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CENTRAL REC ORD,
FRIDAY, October, 28, IS'. 8
Charley ':ini pi .s .vita D . Ite. ey
Mrs. John M. L'jau ic.Mo ... r
a few days visit to Cincinnati
Miss Martha Elkin is the sucst of
Us Mary Welch, in Xicholasviile.
Misses Lillie Xo.l and Lula Grahatr,
spent Sandiy with Danville fiiends.
Miss Amanda Estes has rcciVdred
from a recent se?ere spAl of illnesr.
Mrs. Turner, of Nashville, is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. James McCarly.
Mr. II. N. Beard, an insurance man
of Louisville is in town for a few days.
Mr. Tom Uaughman, of Boyle, has
been yisiting his neicj, Mrs. Jas Beaz
ley. Mrs Gabriel Lackey, of Waco, Tex
as, is the guest of Mrs. Mattie Dun
can. rf Mrs. J. W. Poor, of Bryan tsville
who has been strlously sick, is some
Mrs. W. C McFarlaad and Miss
Kate Walker returned to Lexington,
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Rice, left Mon
day to spend the week in Richmond,
Eld. Robert E dn, of Bjrgin, has
been Eld. George Gowen's guest for a
Mrs. J. C Robinson is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Charles Richardson, in
Miss Lula O.vsley, of Arizona, is the
uest of Mr. Arch Walker and family
Mrs. Rosa Brown Crow, of Louis
ville, visited her parents near th!s
city, this week.
Mrs. Moore and Mis? King, of Bur
gin, have been visiting Misses Martha
and Sallie Tillett.
Bob nenry is now located in Oklaho
ma and writ.-s lm: Rizcokd he is try
ing to buy a farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ester, of Kirks-
ville, visited relatives and attended
church here S-inday.
Miss Mable Chrisman, of W."cliLta
Has., has been the guest of H. M. Ball
all of our friends and pat
rons to call and .make
of our stock. We took es
pecial pains to select only the
and Latest Novelties to be
found in the markets.
Miss Sallie TillEttl
The past record of this
great make of goods has
proved their durability of
wear and perfection of fit,
while the accompanying
illustration taken from a
window display of one of
the many -great establish
ments who use the Dut
chess proves the actual
test of strength every
garment is guaranteed to
Every pair sold under the
The most simple and yet strong
est warrant ever promised on any
make of Trousers.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
TRY A PAIR.
many ladies to be in town this week?
those pretty STYLISH HATS just
take pleasure in showing good's.
CUBAN RELIEF cures
Colic. Xeiirafg-aniid Tootlmche
in five minutes. SourStomach
and Summer Cotuplaiuts. Price, 25 Cents.
lo 1 this week.
Mr. F'sh r Herrin;', visit.. ! l.ih-ois'.er,
al G -:'pr--t.wrt. Sun-Jay.
Mr .1 W. Il.ut. o St,nfo-d was.i.
t --.n M;iftr -, aid m-i-.i' iter- it:
niic-.t il:"av n; cab
Mr Alt-x IS iZi' V and churn in
lansr'itor, MaUi, of Crab Orch.r ,
iero gue-.t of Dr !tetz!iy
Mr?. Grime? and daugater, Mis"P.u
line, havi reluracl to Stanford, aft t
a visit to Mrs. A. C. Denny.
Miss Baylor Jennings has gone to
Spencer to visit her relatives and will
remain there stvjrul weeks.
Julge M. D. Hughes has returned
from a trip to Som -rset He says it is
one of the best towns on the map.
Mrs. Kitty Burnside and Mrs. A. G
Huffman, of Stinford. attnJel the
funeral of Mrs. W. J. Landram Satur
day. E'der Jesse Walden has go-.e to
Washington county to engage in a
meeting. He was accompanied by his
Robert Hueston has returned to his
home in Danville, Illinois, after a
pleasant visit to R. H. Batson and
Dr. Wesley went to Stanford Mon
day, wi.ere, in the absence of Dr. Car
penter he assisted D .. Peyton in per
forming an operation.
Misses Pearl Burnsile and Mary
Bruce, Messrs. Jack Rout and A. S.
Price, cf Stanford, have been visiting
Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside.
Mrs. E W. Harris and sin George,
Mis. Sjlon B. Henry and two children,
Ella and Allen, returaei last night
from a visit to relatives in Arkan
sas and Oklahoma.
Sure Fit. .
The wayfaring man, though a fool,
could not err in my measure blanks.
You a-e sure to get a Ot. If you do
not don't take the suit Come, and
compare prices and quality of goods.
' M. D. Hughes, Agent.
Back to Work.
John Duncan, who has been con fin
ed to his bed for several months, is
able to resume work in his barber
shop over Benge's stable. He will be
glad to .cee his old friends arid will ap
predate a share of the pabliJd patri.-.
The DutUIerar Mill.
I have rented the famous Eudderai
Mill, near "Gilberts. Creek, and am pre
pared to furnish the very best flour.
Will make a specialty of custom grind
ing. Farmers', bring along'your wheat
and. cp 0, Satisfaction fctiirantced.
i'0-7 JoiixC. PoTTS.
Broke 'Km Up.
Cffl-ers at Somerset tick sledge
han.mirs and broke into the blind t:
gerr, arresting the oreator& Th's
mode of procedure has entirely broken
up the den's in that town. Some of
the owners and "backers" said the offi
cers had no right to break into the
iiouses, but they did so and this brave
act has not been questioned.
THE PEACE COMMISSION
Has Settled the
That it is best for the Men, Boys and Children to
Buy their Clothing of Us.
FrosperltT ti All wte Deal WitI Us,
as we give Good Value and Save Money for the
One Low Price to All. All our goods are the
L. Frohman &
Ihi Central Kentucky Medical As
sociation met here on the 20th mst.
The meeting was called to order by
the President, Pr. J. S. Wesley. A'ter
the reading of the minutes, the follow
ing papers were read:
1st. The Seruim treatment of Diph
theria, with reports of cause, by Dr.
J. B. Kinnaird. Discussion.
2d, Netritie. Dr. Harvey Cowan, Dan
The met ng then adj iurned to m"i-t
in Dnv.lie on tlie 3rd lliursday in
January. 1 ht 'olhming phys ciai."
wvre in :i"f-- -d ow. irs m .
K uir-.'.i.e. .i d
II & R. C. i 11. u-.il Mc vi- , ii
7ille, Stcinba-r. I'.iint Li-lc O'li.i -non,
Stanford. Elliott, llryi.uis-. is ,
Herring, Grant, ivnu.ii.o. -.-lo. a.i
Weslev, of La-icaster.
Shot the Sheriff.
Lokdon, Ky., Oct. 26. At Manchester
Robert Lucas shot and seriously
wounded Ben White, the sheriff.
About three weeks ago White went to
the Lucas hotel, owned by the widow
Lucas, mother of Robert, and fired
right and left, causing considerable
trauble but hitting nobody. Tuesday's
slrooting is the result.
Died or Bright' Disease.
Lawkenceburo, Ky., Oct. 20. John
McCalla, a wealthy and prominent
farmer, died Tuesday morning at his
home near Hebron, of Bright's disease.
He was 74 years of age and has been
an invalid for some time. The re
mains were buried Wednesday at Heb
ron. Their Slurried Life Was Short.
Lexington, Ky., Oct. 20. Last June
Ben Way, of Louisville, and Grace
Taylor, of Richmond, eloped. The
girl's father appeared on the scene and
took her home. The young couple
never lived together, and now Way has
commenced suit for divorce.
Foul Play Suspected.
Wihtesburo, Ky., Oct. 20. The re
mains of a local traveling salesman
named Perry Hawkins, claiming to
hail from Winchester, Ky., were" found
on Lower Long Ford creek, near the
Pike and Letcher borders, Tuesday.
Foul play is suspected.
Undr Llnc iln's P cture.
Owexsboro, Ky., Oct. 20. George W.
Jolly states that if. he is denied the log
cabin as his device in his race for con
gress he will have his name printed
under a picture of Abraham Lincoln
and the words Independent Republican
Third Keiitcc'y May Go to Cuba.
Fkankfort, Ky., Oct. 20. It was
seini-officially stated, here Tuesday
that the 3d Kentucky,. now in camp at
Lexington, has been selected to do gar
rison duty in Cuba. The official order
is expected within ten days.
Alleged Murderer Arrested.
WnxiAMSTOwx, Ky., Oct. 20. Word
has been received from Mt. Sterling
that Wm. Sanders, who killed Dave T.
Franks, at Crittenden, this county, last
April, is in the custody of the authori
ties at that .place.
Held Up and Bobbed by Soldiers.
Lexington, Ky., Oct. 20. John O.
Lee, a huckster, claims to have been
held up and robbed of S28 by four sol
diers on Pemberton avenue at S o'clock
Tuesday morning. -
D'phlherla Closed t 'e-cliooL
RicmiOKD, Ky., Oc JoT Diphtheria
has appeared at Fcxtown, this county,
and the public school there has sus
pended. Burned to Death.
Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 20. Mrs. John
Johnson, 74 years of age, was burned
to death at her home, near KnottsviUe.
Eer clothing caught fire from a grate.
Do Not Be Imposed On.
Always insist on getting Foley's
Honey and Tar, as it is positively, ab
tolutely and unqualifiedly the best
cough medicine. Accept no substitute.
When you have a bad cold Dr. Incli
nation would recommend Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy becausa it is
pleasant and safe to take. Dr. Expe
rience would recommend it because it
never fails to effect a speedy and per
manent cure. Dr. Reason would rec
ommend it because it is prepared on
sc:ent-fic principles, and acts on na
ture's plan in relieving the lungs open
ing the secretions and restoring the
svsti'm to a natural and healthy con
dition. For ial- bv R E McRobcrts.
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o d to .leff Dunn, a
J. C. Siler, who is connected wiJ
the stock yards at Lexington, is at
home this week.
Richard Robinson sold a work horse
to IS. D. Holtzc'.aw, for 35.
Mrs. Dr. Brown is visitinp' friends;
here for a few days. D 15. Edmiston
and wife, of Crab Orchard, was visit-J
ingat W. II. Cummins' Sunday. MrsJ
Bryant Ballard is visiting her daugh-
ter at Loudon, this week. J. h. I'et-
tus made a business trip to London a
few da3-s ago.
Oh, the Pain of
Rheumatism often causes the most in
tense suffering. Many have for years
vainly sought relief from this disabling
disease, and are to-day worse off than
ever. Rheumatism is a blood disease,
and Swift's Specific is the only cure, be
cause it is the only remedy which can
reach such deep-seated diseases.
A few years ago I was taken with Inflamma
tory Rheumatism, which became so intense
that I was for weeks unable to walk. I tried
several prominent physi
cians and took their treat
ment faithfully, but was
unable to get the slight
est relief. In fact, my con.
dition seemed to grow
worse, the disease spread
over my entire body, and
from November to March
I suffered agony. I tried
many patent medicines,
but none relieved me.
Upon the a d v 1 c e of a
friend I decided to trV
B. S. S. Berore allowing me to take it, how
ever, my guardian, who was a chemist, ana
lyzed the remedy, and pronounced It free ol
potash or mercury. I felt so much better after
taking two bottles, that I continued the rem
erty.andin twomonthsl was cured completely.
The cure was permanent, for I have never since
had' touch of Rheumatism though many
times exposed to damp and cold weather.
Eleanor M. Tippzli.,
8711 Powelton Avenue, Philadelphia.
Don' t suffer loneer with Rheumatism.
Throw aside your oils and liniments, as
they can not reach your trouble. Don't
experiment with doctors their potash
and mercury will add to your disabil
ity and completely destroy your diges
will cure perfectly and permanently.
it is eu&ranteea nureiv veceiaDie. anu
contains no potash, mercury, or other
mineral, .books mailed free Dy owiit
specinc uo., Atlanta, via.
Farm for Sale.
I will sell my farm, containing seventy-sis
acres, privately, and on easy terms, Thi
laud lies about 4 miles cast of Bryantsville, U
easily reached and in good state of cultivation
House contains, four rooms and has all nec
essary outbujldiugs. There is a good orchard
and never fai'ing water. The ploca is under
zood fence. For further Information call on
Mrs. J. M. Scrivner,
10-18-93 Bourne, Ky.
'ihere was preaching at Harmony
church Sunday, by Rev. Ilutchings.
There was meeting at Lawson's
The tobacco men are all busy strip
Clyde McCarty wasiuming W. II.
Furr's m il on Friday last, wheu the
maw-head blew out. Fortunately, no
one wis hurt.
Mr W . Furr h.i r.-turne.l from
c .lfot i C iiie. wnere ne tins oven at
tendi 1 r eiie ivi'fn Kev. .M -U
j .1 . i. a. ;-. tur v ..
iuiriii.li 1 .d i.imity vii.ie . at .,0 111
-u. rrynrm's. Sun ntv. Miss .lu.-g!-Huss,
jf llainuiac spent. . uesd y at
Flat. woo. t.
Our, ..it.e b.iy was fil da 1 witi.
rhei.m LiMn n. m i;nei-; ...ul at lim s
uiiaine lo p t n s timi .0 ine ilj r. e
triL.l 111 va.n, i-v.-rything ve c-i-.il . n.- r
of t",-t f : i:iui'fit u-u; iu. i 11
- aicoi iw up i.i d-,pr. wii,
s jii.r n: :'.itvi., 1 u5 to ;r; C a-nb r
1 tin's P.ti'j ISisni '. 1 1 m, .iit.t h
first boti.t- jiivc to iuatii riii.-: ih
we cot :i socond one. -in 1. to .nr
pri-i', it "ir t fiim mi. hi 1 .1
J. T. M. vs. l'.i t r ( .. s . . .-.
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No more tickets for the Baking
Pan after Jan. i will be given, so
get your number- and get a pan.
We want BUTTER, EGGS,
HAMS. Will pay good prices for
We are selling
tfaiM ftrnnp.rips Sn f!hpan
X UUUJ UIUUU1IUU uu uuuuu.
Call and get our prices and see our
goods; will be glad to see you. Bring
your friends with you.
"Silver Plate that Wears."
Let us call your attention to our
Triple plated Knives and Forts.
They are made to wear, and con
sidering the quality, style and finish,
can make you a very low price.
The knives are plated on the best
of steel, and the forks on hard
white nickel silver. They are
guaranteed to give satisfaction to
A full line of Spoons, Sugar Shells,
Butter Knives, etc in "1847"
goods always on hand. Let US
show them to yotu
J. O. THOMPSON.
Finest Line of
Men's Suits anil Overcoats
Ever shown in Central Ken
tucky at Prices Lower than
you can purchase elsewhere.
Boys' Suits Guaranteed to
Wear. Children's Suits Fi
ner and Better than ever
Free Toll and Peed.
MANHATTAN SHIRTS, BEST MADE.
STETSON HATS, NOBBIEST MADE.
BEST PANTS ON EARTH.
Try a pair and you will buy no others.
Stacy Mais' Sloes, Best Mafle.
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
'Phone 136, Free to our customers.
In articles suitable for Wed ling Tresents. Tea Table. Dessert Spoons and
V irks. Also Berry and Salad Spoons. Cram an I Gravy L idles. UutUr
K lives, the highest gra:le only carried.
Exquisite Cut Glass in New Cutting .
C. IT. McDONNELL, Jeweler and Optician,
A Few Points
Over All Other Heaters.
INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL,
Produces the following results:
Perfect combustion of Soft
Coal, consuming all the Fumes
and Gases, gaining; just so
much more heat that In other
stoves is wasted.
The Cross Drafts from the Bowl, causes the heat
bo radiated to the floor instead of to
ceillne, like other direct draft stoves.
Great Satisfaction in this.
Perfect control of the fire,
so an even heat can be main
tained, and a good fire kept
Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel
Manufactured for U.
For Sale by
J.C. ROBINSON, LANCASTER, KY.
7 , jyjusT
M JL THAN
CORSETS 1 U V
FOR SALE BY THE LOGAN DRY GOODS CO.
W. H. LACKEY,
Successor to Lackey & Gulley.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
of No, 541 Fourth ave., Louisville, Ky
wilibj at Mason Hotel, Lancaster, Ky..
Monday, Octo"ber 31,1898
Returning- ope day each month. Eyes
examined and la-Sws scientific, y .d
Unprecedented Heat, Economy,
with Equal Satisfaction.
K. STOVE AND RNGE CO.
Fruit. -Flowers. Shade.
Blue Grass Nurseries.
Everything for Orchard, Lawn
and Garden. Fruit and Ornamen
tal -Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Vines,
Small Fruits, Rhubard, Asparagus
and all stock grown in nurseries..
Prices reasonable, as we employ no
agents. Descriptive catalogue on
H. F. HILLENMEYFR,
Phone 27 . Lexin gton, Ky.
jq IDE NTIST.
(fflMHH Teeth filled and extracted with
-U TT T out pain. Crown and Bridge
Work a specialty. Office overT. S. Elkln'a
meat shop, In tbe new Thompson bnildirg.
The service of Nurses who hare graduated
from the Louisville Training School chii be
secured nt.ttio rune a. liny junma-yoi
I Richmond, Ky,; price per week. excpt in
contagious c ises, for whieh S20 ii charged
I Appllc itlon for nurses should be made to the
j euperiaouaeui 01 murmery.