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We are ready to supply the demands of our custo mers.
WE ARB SELLING GOOD CLOTHING FOR LESS THAN EVER KNOWN.
SEE OUR GOODS AND BE CONVINCED. Toll SstTred. lO Tiraes Q-vear.
Some of our $12, $13.50 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits now for $1 0. NEVER AGAIN WILL SUCH BARGAINS BE OFFERED.
Fine Straw Hats 50c on $1.00. Negligee Shirts. Stacy Adams Pine Shoes. Suits made to order in Danville.
COME AND SEE OUR SUITINGS AND WORK SHOP.
J. L. Frohman &Coi?
Always this time of the year my desire is to get rid of
all the goods in my line -whether I get cost or not and my
customers always reap a great benefit. This time my bar
gains will he
GREATER "THAN EVER,
so first coming will get the Cream, All goods in the mil
linery line go in this sale.
FRIDAY, August 5, - - 1898
TL A. S.one is in Lexington this
wek 011 bjsincss.
Miss Mary G..1 is the guest of rela
tives in B.irbourv.lle.
Miss Rella Arnold is in Crab Orch
ard visiting relatives.
J. Brad Jennings has been in the cit
ies this week buying goods.
Miss L;na Bright is visiting Mrs.
Charley Djty, at Brannon, Ky.
Miss SalHe Prewitt, of Kirksville, is
visiting in and around Lancaster.
Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson is spending
the week at Crab Orchard Springs.
Miss Lillie Dale Grant has returned
from a pleasant visit to Mt. Vernon.
Miss Hattie Mac Arnold is visiting
relatives and friends near Buckeye.
Miss Louise Kaulfman has returned
from a visit to Hustonville relatives.
Miss Lillie Dale (Jrant spent several
days at Dripping Springs this week.
Jim Cunning! am is quite ill at the
home of his n.other, on Depot Street
MLCS2S Lou Grant and Lula Ander
toa visited Dri ping Springs this week.
Mr. B.n LeU-h;r, of Xew York, is
the guest of iis sister, Mrs. E. L. Ows
ley. Dr. and Mrs. Carpenter, of Stanford,
epent Sunday with Dr. Wesley and
Graham Pric;, of Danville, is visit
ing his cousins, Messrs. CJias. and Fred
Eev. and Mrs. William Waldcn arc
visiting at his father's, on Lexington
Mrs. EfGe Baughman, of Stanford,
visited Mrs. Margaret Dunn, first of
Charley Frisby left Tuesday night
for an extend .-d trip through the North
Dr. Hugh Grant and family have re
turned from a week's sojourn at Drip
A crowd of young men and ladies
attended the ball at Crab Orchard
Misses Bessie Turley, Amie David
son and Stella Adams arc guests of
Mrs. W. A. Hiatt
Miss Lyne Le'cher left Wednesday
v, NOW OPEN
S RESTFUL go
- GOOD LIVINGJ
'&or terms address
Qus Hofmann, Prop'r.!
for her home in Henderson. She leaves
many sad hearts.
Mrs. Prcctor and children, of Dan
ville, have been visiting Mrs. E. W
Harris and family.
Miss Annie Austin has returned
from Crab Orchard, accompanied by
Miss Josie Stephens.
Miss Norma Stone has returned
from a pleasant visit to friends and
relatives in Kirksville.
Mr. Ray Arnold, of B.-yantsville,
spent last Saturday and bund.iy with
his cousin, Bruce Arnold.
Miss Lena Gordon Tillett, at harm
ing Flemiiigsburg belle, is the gucstof
Miss Maggie Tomlinson.
Misses Lizzie and Mattie Thompson
returned Mondaj from a visit to the
Misses Bright,- in Stanford.
Miss Bessie Adams, of San Autonia,
Texas, has been the guest of Mrs. W.
B. Mason, for several days.
Miss Nannie Gaines gave a hay ride
last 'lhurtday in honor of Miss Ruth
Williams, of Campbellsville.
Randolph Harris has returned from
Arkansas. The climate went against
Ran, and his health broke down.
Judge Hemphill and mother, Mrs.
Rachel Ileinnhil', have returned home
from a weeks stay at Crab Orchard.
Misses Ilallie Doty and Margaret
Noel are being entertained at a houtc
party by Miss Bettie West this week.
Misses Alice Unison, Lizzie Hudson
and Lena Iligney have returned from
a six weeks' tour through the eastern
Mrs. McElroy and Miss Agness Don
ahue have been spending a few dajs
with friends in Nicholasville and Lex
George Smith, Jr., has been at Crab
Orchard Springs this week represent
ing a number of daily papers. He is a
Mr. Wm. Sandtrs and wife, of Bur
n, Mr. Morton Broaddus and wife,
of MeCreiry, visited the family of R.
A. Stone this week.
W. 0. Owsley leaves this week for
North Carolina. His health has been
bad for some time and he will remain
until he recuperates.
Casey Owsley lias returntd from the
law school in Virginia. Casey is look
ing hale and hearty. This is his first
visit home in two years.
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Faulconer left
this week for a visit to relatives in
F rankfort and other cities. They will
ba absent for several weeks.
Mrs. Arthur Hubbard, of Covington,
and Miss Allene Jackson, of Richmond,
have been Mrs. Jno. E Stormcs' and
Mrs. Wm. Brkele's guests this week,
Messrs. Hines and Pence, alias, the
"Flying Squadron," were down from
Paint Lick this week, the former
strictly on business, and the latter
Mr. W. L. McFarland, after spend
ing a week with Lancaster relatives,
returned to New York Monday. He
stopped for a visit to Mrs. W. G. Dan-
lay, in Lexingtjn.
Earle Farra gave a hay ride to i
numbsr of young folks Monday eve
ning. Earle is quite a ladies' man,
and bids fair to equal his gallant sold
iar brother in smashing hearts.
S. G Danny, the popular teller at the
National Bank, has been hobbling
around for a few days with a boil on
his foot The enemy has surrendered
to the surgeon's knife and Cabel is
back counting out "dough," as usual.
The Lexington Argonaut says: Mr.
Jhn Anderson anl daughter. Miss
Marr. came over from La.nca.Rtar trus.
terday. Mr. Anderson returned, tak
ing Mrs. Anderson, who had been
with their daughter, Mrs. Browning,
for some weeks. L'.ttle Miss Marie
Barnes also went to Lancaster. Miss
Mary will remain for a week or more.
Miss Jennie Burnside is v s ting the
Misses Anderson, on Lexington Ave.
Miss Allie Hum! cr, of Oklahoma, is
the guest of her cousin, Miss Rella
Mr. and Mis Willh.m Eikin and
babj' of Atlanta, Ga.. Mrs 'iimber
laice and little Annie Elkin. of New
Orleans La., arrived Wednesday to visit
Capt. Elkin and family.
Some time ago the Richmond Daily
Register offered a trip to Niagira Falls
to the most popular salesman or sales
lady in the city. The vote was to be
east by coupons clipp sd from the Reg
ister. The contest was as hot as the
final quarters reserved for fish liars
and politicians, and much excitement
was create;!. The voting was brought
to a close Saturday and it was found
that Miss Bessie BaujWiman was the
winner by a big majority. She is the
daughter of Mr. John T Bausrhman.
formerly of this city. She ii a beauti
ful girl, and hasminy admirers in this
city, who are delighted at her success.
We have used Chamberlain's Cc ujh
Remedy in our home for many years
and bear cheerful testimony to its val
ue as a medicine which should be in
evjry family. In coughs and colds we
found i to be efficacions and in croup
and hooping1 couh in children we
deem it indispensable. H. P. Ritter,
412" Fair flax a ve., St Louis, Mo. For
sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm
The Gentry Ke-Unlon.
Tie morning of August 1st, found
nearly one hundred and fifty of the
Gentry family already assembled at
Crab Orchard Springs, eagerly antici
pating the arrival of the elans, and
they came on foot, in wagons and b'
rail, in a steady stream throughout
the da3'. The noon train from Louis,
ville brought a crowd of 150 from Mis
souri, Illinois, Texas, Louisiana and
all through the South and West 1 his
train also bore the Kentucky delega
tion, headed by Gen. W. H. Gentry, of
Lexington. During the afternoon,
Mrs. Gen. Gentry arrived, accompani
ed by her Mandolin Club, and will fu:
nish music during the re-nnion. The
program, as outlined to The Record
man by General Gentry, is as fol
lows: Tuesday evening, organization
and addresses of welcome by some
prominent Kentuckians, and responses
by members of the Gentry family;
Wednesday evening Manager Hofmann
tendered a banquet to the assemble 1
hosts. Covers were laid for 500 guests
and that prince of hosts fairly surpass
ed himself in the prepcration of the
menu for the occasion. On Thursday
evening is the Governor's Ball and the
Governors of several States are ex
pected to be in attendanca, also Gov.
Bradley and staff. There will be sev
eral germans during the meeting,
and dancing will be indulged in every
night Many packs of foxhounds will
be there and those who wish may in
dulge in this sport to their heart's con
tent. One night during the re-union
there will be given what Gen. Gantry
designates a Ghost Fox Chase;" this
consists of the dragging through the
Springs grounds and the corridor of
the hotel, the skin of a freshly killed
fox, and at midnight several packs of
twentv or thirty hounds each, will be
placed on the trail, and the sleepiug
guests will be aroused from their
slumber by the, to many of them fa
miliar, sound o: the dogs in full chase.
The date of the novel proceeding will
not be divulged as it is to le a sur
prise. By Thursday night it is expect
ed that fully five hundred will be in
In addition to the Gentrys, Manager
Hofmann has 150 regular summer
boarders, and there are new arrivals
every day. There are ample accom
modations for all, and the welfare of
evjry one is carefully looked after,
notwithstanding the crowd. Gus Hof
mann seems to have the lcaack of be
ing every where at once, and nothing
is neglected that would tend to adl to
the comfort of the guests. The table
service in unsurpassed and when the
cipae:ous dining rooms are filled to
their utmost capacity so excellent is
the service that no difference is no
ticeable from ordinary occasions.
"Black Chris' and "Yaller" Gentry
are in their element and shake han Is
with -their many onsins fifty times a
Seven two-horse wagon loads of bag
gage cartied by the Gentry crowd, car
ried terror to the hearts of the"omash
ers" The Committee on Credentials exam
ined John Sam Owsley, Jr., and, find
ing a deck of cards, accepted him as a
relation and presented him with a
With Dan Kennedy in charge of the
dining room, and Ciiiy Green, l'iil Gill,
Monk Gill, Theodore Young, Bill Rout
and Morgan Adams on the waiter'
staff, how can a Lancaster man get
Dr. Dick, with his able corps of as
sistants, keep the table supplied with
turtle soup and frog legs. The doctor
is seen daily super.ntending the drag
ging of a monstrous seine through the
Four old gentlemen were overheard
ia conversation. None of them were
under sixty-live years of age, and each
one asserted that he had never used
beer or whisky. They were Gentry's
and must have been from Kansas.
IVhfii You Take Your Vacation
the most necessary article to have with
you (after your pocket book) is a bot
tle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an ab
solute prevention or cure of all de
rangements of the bowls caused by a
change of water. You are likely to
need it lm
AVords That Will Live.
nere are some of the epigrammatic
sayings of the present war that will go
down in history:
"Excuse me, sir; I have to report
thatthe ship has been blown up and is
sinking." Bill Anthon3 of the Maine.
"Suspend judgment." Capt Sigs
bee's first iness-ige to Washington.
"We will make Spmish the court
language of hades." F.ghting Bob Ev
ans when war was declared.
"Remember the Maine. -"Comniador.e
Schley's sTgnal to the tiying squadron.
"Don't hamper ma with instructions;
I am not afraid of the entire Spauish
fbet with my ship." Capt. Clark, of
the Oregon, to "h Board of Strategy.
"You can fire when you are ready,
-Gridley,'' Coinadore Dewey at Manil
"To hell with breakfast; let's" finish
'em now." A yankee gunner to Com-
"The battle of Manilla killed me,
but I would doit again." Capt. Grid-
ley, of the Olympia, on his death bed.
'Don't get between my guns and the
enemy." Lomaaore uewey to rrince
Henry of Germany.
"I've got them now, and they will
never get home." Coinadore SchleT,
on guard at Santiago harbor.
"There must be no more recalls; iron
will break at last. "Lieut Uobson to
"Don't mind me. bovs; go on fight-
fll. CUBAN RELIEF cures
flalllCrS Colic Neuralgia and Toothache
,,MVB vin five minutes. SourStomach
and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 Cents.
Get One of ttae Roasters Free!
Call at my store and we will ex
I aui still iu tlie lead witli
Goods are all fresh. I can please
EvANGDON'S BREAD DAILY
PLEASE GIVE US A
1. 1 BALLOU.
ng." Capt. Aliyn K. Capron, of the
Don't swear, boys; shoot!" Col.
Wood to the Rough Bid.-rs.
"Take that for the Maine,' Capt.
Sigsbee, as he fired a shot through
the Spanish torpedo-boat Terror.
"Shafter is fighting, not writing."
A 1 jt. Gen. Corbin to Secretary Alger,
w.ien the latter as:ceu for news Irom
"War is not a picnic." Scrgt Ham
ilton Fish, of the Hough Riders, to his
"Who would not gamble for a new
star in the fl:.g?" Capt Buckey
O'Neill, of the Rough Riders.
"Afraid I'll strain my guns at lorg
range; ill close in. Lieut waiu
wright, of the Gloucester, in the fight
with Corver.i's squadron.
Don't cheer, boys; the poor devils are
dying,'- Capt l'hillip, of the Texas.
"I want to make public acknowledg
ment that I believe in God the Father
almighty." Capt Phillip, of the Tex-
lThe Maine is avengad." Lieut
Wainwright, after the destruction of
Notice to I'rolubltlonl-its.
There will be a mass Convention of
the Prohibitionists of the 8th Con
gressional District, held at the Court
House in Xiehilasville, on Monday
August 15th 2 o'clock p. in. Officers
will be electei and a candidate for
Congress placed in nomination. Any
and every party prohibitionist in the
District is authorized to attend as a
By order of the Executive Com.
Julv 20th 18'JS. O. T. Wallace. 3t
AH persons hnvins claims against the es
tate of T. I.. Harris, deceased, will present
them, properly proveu. to Joseph Arnold, ad
liiiiiNtrntor of said T. i. Harris, or to K. H-
Tomliusou, attorney, within the next thirty
aays. An persons Knowing incmscivcs in
debted to said T. L. Han is. dee'd., will ileise
come forward and pay same to said ad minis
This July 11, 1S0S Joseph Arnold,
Adm'r. T. L. Harris, dee'd.
Flic l& i hi.
As agent of the Columbia Finance and Trust
Company, assignee of Commercial Building
Trust Co.. of Louisville, Ky. I will on the
s6th day of September, iSg8
at 10 o'clock a.m., before the Court House in
the town of Lancaster. Ky.. expose at public
snlu to the highest and best best bidder a tract
of laud iu Garrard county Ky.. about i) miles
irom i.iucasrer nun miles trom Danville on
the Fishers Ford Turnpike containing
withu Good House and other necessary
Said land is in a cood state if cu'tivation.
40 acres of which can so in wheat this fall and
the rest in grass. Said land is known as the
Jun. L. Smith farm.
TERMS One third cash and balance In
one aud two years equal payment with ( per
cent on aeiereu payments irom day oi sale un
T. B. ROBINSON. Aitt.
Columbian Finance and Trust Co.
Assignee of Commercial Building Trust.
uaptain l. ii. duuu, auctioneer.
OF GARRARD COUNTY LAND.
On Friday, Aucust 19th 1803 at 10 o'clock a.
m. I, J. W. roor, assignee oi wnuani tinnn
will offer for sale on the premises 2 miles
north-west of Brynntsviile, Ky., In Garrard
of good. Improved farming lands and 75 or 100!
acres of timbered cliff lands adjoining, which .
will be thrown in with the farm. The im-1
provemema uuusisi. ui n nu aiury iruuiu iiuumj
with eight rooms, a large stoctc barn, crib
aud cow sheds, Ice house, granaries Sic. Fleu
ty of fruit aud never tailing water
TERMS:- One third cash ou January 1st,
1899, balance in two equal payments in one
and two "years with 0 per ccut iutcrest from
January 1st The first payment to he se
cured by approved indorsers. Call ou or ad
dress William Dunn or the undersigned at
3t J.W. POOR, Assignee.
& Successor to Lackey & Galley.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
IWkWL 1'Hi il i ill I
A fence that always keeps its shape
because it's built that way
Natliing but larcc size heavily galvanized wire
nuuc of best lSessemet steel i red in its con.
Structior. "-aine in all the ?o different styles
m.!c turns all tirc4 of stnc!: nnd leaves tlie
stock tinhtrmcd while the fence stands strong
THIS lingc-joint makes an ad
justable fence and prc
vents stay wires from
crimp makes ss tight a
fence in summer as in win
ter, and preventsstay wire
from being displaced.
There's no fence that excels
it ; and few, if any, as good.
32E2lCAri STSEL A KG Wl.TE CO., PITTSBURG, PA.
FOR SALE BY
J.C. Robinson, Lancaster.
It belongs to
J. W. SWEENEY.
- '"HH 1 I i I or
li zr JmQx THAN
Ji CORSETS ll VV J
Here is one of those
who are either so prej
udiced against all ad
vertised remedies, or
have become discour
aged at the failure of
other medicines to help
them, and who will
succumb to the grim
knowing of the won
derful value of Foley's
Honey and Tar for all
Throat and Lung troubles.
on this space.
KftHOHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights
of Pythias, meets every Thursday
night in Odd Fellows hall. All vis
iting Knights are fraternally invi
ted. G. B. SwrxEBROAD, C. C.
J. K. Robinson, K. R. & S.
Kioul.l know that tUo
Ola Ttiuu" Keiue dy,
14 ArVfi' f- ? RSTE
laths l-t rorr'ntTiM'-!. Corrorts all
ako-i irr Ctz-.-t n! I e prt-l l-f")ve- CVli-KT.a.
tac-.jrs 1 ?it.i.- h-io ct..wMtho S
For sale by R. E McKobert.Lancastar
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