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THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1899
Charley Durham bought of Wm.
DIehouse, a good milk cow for $25.
Mr. Robert Humphreys and wife, of
Chicago, are visiting their parents
Mr ana Mrs J u uoner. . . . bit. vjiar
ence Scott and bride, of Nicholasville,
visited their parents, Mr and Mrs T.
D Scott, last week.
The school boys of Eice Academy,
causrbt in a trap near the Fork church
a very large cat. supposed to belong to
the Maltese species. It measured 36
inches from tip to tip its claws were
an inch long, and it was supposed to
weigh 26 pounds.
Miss Katharine Moore closed a very
successful school at Rice Academy,
Dec 22 She gave a nice treat of can
dies and fruits which delighted the
Masters Thaddie and Joe Aldridge,
cousins, aged 12 and 13, received the
same number of htad marks in the
advanced spelling class. Little Gene
Aldridge, aged nine, received fifty
head marks in the smaller class. Each
of them received a handsome knife as
"We wish The Record force a merry
Christmas, with all the luxuries of
the season, and a substantial reward
In dollars and cents for their hard
A SURE CURE FOR CROUP.
Twenty-five TYears Coustant Ue
without a Failure.
The first indication of croup is hoar
seness, and in a child subject to that
disease it may be taken as a sure sign
of the approach of an attack. Follow
ing this hoarseness is a peculiar rough
cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Re
medy is given as soon as the child be
comes hoarse, or even after the croupy
cough appears, it will prevent an at
tack. It is used in many thousand of
homes in this broad land and never
disappoints the anxious mothers. We
have yet to learn of a single instant in
which it has not proved effectual. No
other preparation can show such a re
cord twenty-five years' constant use
without failure. For sale by R E Mc
Roberts, Druggist. lm
Rer. Stamoer. of London, will oreah
at thii place Sunday. Everybody in-
vitea to come.
Miss Hattie Duncan celebrated her
fifteenth birthday last Tuesday. Quite
a number of her friends were present
and greatly enjoyed the nice supper
prepared for ail. After supper tne
crowd was taken to the parlor where
tney were nigniy entertained until a
late hour. Miss Hattie received sev
eral nice presents.
Miss A E Scott and Rube Scott vis
ited relatives at Burgin Monday.
Mr G A Bruce visited relatives at
High Bridge last week. . . .Miss Edith
Montgomery spent last week with her
cousin, A E Stott Miss Lucile Mar
see closed her school at Bourne Mon
day. August Flower.
"It is a surprising fact," says Prof.
Houton, "that in my travels in all parts
of the world, for the last the years, I
have met more people, having used
Green's August Flower than any other
remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver
and stomach, and for constipation. I
find for tourists and salesmen, or for
persons filling office positions, where
headaches and general bad feelings
from irregular habits exist, that
Green's August Flower is a grand
remedy. It does not injure the sys
tem by frequent use, and is excellent
for sour stomachs and indigestion."
Sample bottles free at J E Stormes'
Drug Store. Sold by dealers in all
W D Scott bought ten barrel of
corn from D Scote at $2 per barrel.
John Montgomery sold his crop of
hemp seed to E D Lawson at $2.50
Dennis Scott is shipping turnips to
Cincinnati this week.
Plenty of rain now.
S. Ballard will soon have his house
completed and J L Anderson will
move to where Sam Ballard now lives.
Mr. Ansil Siler will make his future
home with his mother-in-law, Mrs,
Rev. Mahona, of Stanford, was here
Monday writing life insurance poli
Richard Robinson bought a small
house and lot here from Menifee El
more for $165.
Miss Maggie Purciful will spend
Christmas mPmeviiIe, visiting rela
J H Thompson bought a bunch of
nice hogs in Rockcastle county, last
J B Hutchison sold a fat cow to S,
Morgan for $27.50.
J L Anderson sold a pair of horse
mules in Danville Monday, for $110.
J L Hutchison has a car load of wal
nut logs out, ready to ship.
We will have a saw mill in opera
tion here next week.
It Hit The Spot.
When suffering from a severe cold
and your throat and lungs feel sore,
take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar,
when the sore
once relieved, a
feeling and heal
nes will be at
ing of the parts
affected will be experienced and you
will say: "It feels so good. It Hits
The Spots." Guaranteed. C C & J E
There will be a Xmas tree at this
place on the 25th, at half past 2 o'cl'k.
All are invited.
Mr. and Mrs'.Elliott visited relatives
near Paint Lick, last week Mrs.
Mouie awope's scnooi win ciose on
Friday, after which she will return to
ner nome near Mcureary, mucn to tne
regret of her many friends in this
community Miss Mattie Dunn's
scnooi closed Friday last. Miss Mattie
is a splendid teacher and gave perfect
satisfaction B. F. Jennings, of
Paint Lick, is visiting relatives here,
tms weeK....Mr. and Mrs wooasare
rejoicing over the arrival of a son at
their home Mrs Fletcher Ison.and
children, of Wilmore,are the guests of
ner sister, Mrs. i)r Armstrong. . . .miss
Powell, of Stanford, visited relatives
here Sunday, and attended preaching
at the Grove.
Bro. Allen will fill his regular ap
pointment at the Grove, Sunday.
In sluggish liver, HERBINE, by its
beneficial action upon the biliary
tracts, renders the bile morefluid, and
brings the liver into a sound, healthy
condition, thereby banishingjthe sense
of.drowsiness, lethargy, -and the gen
eral feeling of apathy Qwhich arise
from disorders of the liver. Price 50
cts. C C & J E Stormes. lm
A few fat hogs are selling here at
3i cents per pound.
Jas. W. Wallace finished gathering
:orn on the 18th inst.
H C Kinnaird has been on the puny
list for several days.... Rev Parsons,
of Berea, preached a most excellent
sermon at the Baptist church here
Sunday on the subject: "Evidence of
Our Acceptance with God." The
many friends of Dick Mitchell were
very glad to hear that his sister, Miss
Bessie, nad received a letter irom nun
a few days ago, as he had not been
heard from since he left Ft. Thomas
about the last of August. He is now
at, or near Manila and is reported as
enjoying good health and buoyant
spirits.... James Kinnard, who left
here 15 years ago, then a little boy, for
Missouri, is now here on a visit for the
first time. He is now a shrewd and
successful business man, being employ
ed as traveling salesman in five of the
A Thousand Tongues.
Could not express the rapture of An
nie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard St.,
Philadelphia, P., when she found that
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption had .completely cured her of
a hacking cough that for many years
had made life a burden. All other
remedies and doctors could give her
no help, but she says of this Royal
Cure "it soon removed the pain in
my chest and I can now sleep soundly
something I can scarcely remember
doing before. I feel like sounding its
praises throughout the Uni terse." So
will every and who trigs Dr. King's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c.
and $1.00. Trial bottles free at R. E.
McRoberts Drug Store: every bottle
New York Ameetinff ta select a. I
Pastor for the Baptist church here for '
western states, for a large firm in
next year is called for next, Saturday
at 2 o'clock On Tuesday at 2 o'clock
at the residence of Wm. Hiatt, Mr. J.
B. Wallace and Miss Carrie Pitts were
quietly married by Rev. J. R. Howes,
pastor or tne m. u. unurcn, or wiiicn
both bride and groom are members.
Mr. Wallace was born and reared here
has been a popular teacher for 15
years, became indentitied with the
childhood and has always been consid
ered as pure and consistent a man as
one may expect to meet. Miss Carrie,
the bride, was left an orphan several
years ago and only came to Wallace-
ton to live some 6 or 4 years ago, but
in that short time lias proven herself
as noble, pure, consistent and zealous
a Christian girl as blesses our com
munity, and by these noble virtues
won the heart that had withstood the
darts of Cupid for 36 years. Such a
union deserves, and in the present
case at least, receives tne universal
congratulations of all of their acquain
The disposition of children largely
depends upon health. If they are
troubled with worms, they will be
irritable, cross, feverish, and perhaps
seriously sick. WHITE'S CREAM
VERMIFUGE is a worm expeller and
tonic to make them healthy and cheer
ful. Price 25cts. C. C. & J. E. Stor
Ebb Cook sold a mule to J.
George Miller sold his farm tc B. C.
Anderson for $700.00.
Ebb Scott sold his fine sorrel mare
to Lucion Perkins for $107.00.
Jake Clouse traded a cow and $10.00
to W..H. Furr for three calves.
On last Wednesday evening the 13th
Mr. Wm. Hammack and Miss Nannie
Lawson were married at the residence
of Rev. Crawford, near Paint Lick.
The couple then drove to the groom's
father's where a nice supper was
spread. The bride is the charming
daughter os Thomas Lawson of this
vicinity and the groom a promising
young man of Hammack. We extend
John Lawson sold to J R Davis, a
bunch of 100 lb. shoats at 3c per lb.
Mrs Ann Broaddus bought of W B
Adams a good fumily horse for $30.
J B Leavell and W B Adams left for
the wild west Monday morning on a
prospecting tour. If they should get
into a battle with the Indians there is
not much danger of Mr Leavell loos
ing his scalp.
C B Engleman has a cow that will
work anywhere, and is a number one
saddler' and she gives five gallons of
milk a day.
Mr. Jas. Russell, of Rockcastle coun
ty, was here Saturday, to see his
daughter, Mrs W B Adams.
Miss Nellie Ray, who has been vis
iting ner aunt, Mrs (Jlide I'ulllns, lor
several weeks, returned home Satur
day Mrs Annie Adams has return
ed home from Lancaster, where she
has been on a visit for several weeks.
Milton Smith, the butcherof Lan
caster, was at nome on a visit bunuay.
Mrs Minerva Pullios is on the sick
list this week.
There has been a general moving
around in this vicinity.
Mule colts are so cheap that the
farmers will have to bunch them up
and-sell them in job lots.
Some thief stole two shoats from
Wm. Wallace and one from C B En
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yellow, eyes si;nk-
en, tongue coated, pain continually
in back and sides, no appetite grad-
ualls growing weaker day by day.
Three physicians had given me up.
Fortunately, a friend advised trying
Electric Bitters:' and to my great joy
and surprise, the first bottle made a
decided improvement. I continued
their use for three weeks, and am now
a well man. I know they saved my
life, and robbed the grave of another
victim." No one should fail to try
them. Only SOcts.. guaranteed at
R. E. McRoberts Drug store.
ALL SIZES, I
NOW IS TH6 Tlffie TO 50y TH6itt AT
R. E. McROBERTS.
Knowing WHAT to Buy is a Good Thing,
But Knowing WHERE to )ny it is Better.
We are now showing the most Select and Choice stock of CHRIST
MAS CANDIES ever brought to Lancaster. These goods were se
lected with the view of getting the purest and best goods for the least
money. We know we can delight you if you purchase your candies
Superb stock of ORANGES, BANANAS, LEMONS
NUTS and FANCY CAKES.
Nice line of Dolls. Give us a call.
Faulconer & Herndon.
Our Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries is Complete. Bring us
Overcoats worth. $5. at $3.50
7.50 at 6.50
9.00 at 7.50
10.00 at 9.00
I Boys overcoats at $2.25 to 3.50
Mclntosnes from $1.75 to 6.00
All -wool suits at $6.50 to $10
Good suits at $4.50 and $5.00
CHILDRENS CLOTHING VERY LOW, Mens boots
worth $1.75 at $1.50, Mens boots wooth $2.50 at $2.00 Mens
high cut oil grain shoes worth S2.50 at $2.00, Mens high
cut shoes worth $1.75 at $1.50, Good felt boots at $2.00 and
$2.50. A big line of
MENS' WOMENS AND CHILDREN'S UN
DERWEAR. Also Blankets, Comforts and Everything for winter wear
"WHAT ONE WANTS IN "WINTER, Jliglit require quite a
space to list, if you take in the entire range, but it's what he
wants in clothes. his wearables, that ought to cause him to
come here. Reasons: He gets correct styles, the kind of quality
he can safely bank on and then the kind of prices that sway the
buying. Coming in December a great bargain month at this
store, introduces him to values that will make him an eager buy
er that will cause him to feel grateful that the season did not
hurry his selections.
"Will pay highest market price for all kinds
of produce. Give us a call
R. L. JENNINGS & Co.
Paint Lick, Ky.
IS OUR BIG SALE OF
OVERCOATS. CLOTHING, FINE SHOES, UNDERWEAR
Our Special Sale, Suits andOvercoats,
Has Proven Very Popular, and Crowds our Store Daily.
We give you Same Advantages in Prices and Quality that
You Would Get in the Big Cities.
OOIMHE LET TJSIPROVE THIS ASSERTION.
We GUARANTEE SATISFACTION in every sale we make, and will not only refund the money
but pay your expenses back to our store if goods are not exactly as represented.
J.L.Frohman&Co. THE GLOBE, Danville, Ky;
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