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I have concluded it will be best for me. and my customers to sell for Cash. Will sell to every one alike for Cash. No Time, No Bad Debts, No Fancy Profits. All Rock-Bottom Cash 1898. Mrs. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, February, 4, 1898. Miss Pearl Huffman is the guest of Miss Le Rodgers. Mrs. Alice Clark, of Danville, is vis iting Mrs. J. Rodjjers. Miss Ora Sanders, of Buckeye, is the guest of Miss Pearl Boss. Mrs. Alice Clark and sister visited Mrs. J. L. Warner, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arnold visited Mrs. J. L. Warner, Sunday. Mr. Merriman and family, of Illinois are guests of T. J. Hammond. . Miss Altie Markshury entertained a few friends Monday evening. Mrs. Minnie Harvey and children are visiting Mrs. Maggie Arnold. Miss Mary Elkin, of Stanford, is the pretty guest of Mis Mattie Elkin. Mrs. Allen Beazley is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hays, in Sstanford. Mr. Willie Stone, who has been iil with pneumonia, is much improved. Miss Bettie Henry has returned from a visit to relatives in Crab Or chard. Miss Annie Austin, of Crab Orchard spent Saturday and fcunday-with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Drake and hand some baby, Lois, were visitors here last week. Miss Fannie West was entertained by Miss Amanda Anderson Saturday and Sunday. Eev. Faulconer, of the Presbyterian church, has been spending a week in Middlesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bussell, of Marion county are visiting the family of W. B. Jarvis. Miss Mattie Beazley, of Crab Or chard, is visiting her brother. Dr. Walter Beazley. Miss Minna Crutcher, after a short visit to Miss Sallie Anderson, has re turned to Richmond. Capt. Chas. Gallagher, who was quite ill at the home of his son-in-law, W. A. iliatt is much better. Miss Louise Kauffman, of Richmond College, tpent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Emma Kauff man. Miss Anna Pearl Burnside, of Stan ford, has been visiting Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside, at 'Possum Hol low. Dr. Allison Clokey returned to Louis ville after visiting Miss Lula' Batson, who is doing splendidly and wc hope will soon be entirely well. The bad weather prevents Capt. White from coming to his post in The Rt.cord office. He has about recover ed though, we are glad to note. Mr. Jno. S. Baughman, of Danville, was in town Monday and honored The Rkcokd office I with a call. John is a mighty clever fellow and the girl who captures him will indeed be fortunate. 1 he Stanford Journal says Col. W. G. Welch, who has suffered with rheuma tism for some t'.me, has gone to the Martinsville, Ind., Springs, with the hope of improvement We are glad to see Mr. T. W. Reid back at his post in Gaines' grocery, after a slight illness. This is Mr. Reid's first illness for many years and it we very much against the grain with him. I MCOOMOiOMi0 0O0M00m0Hi In Clothing, Boots, Shoes, WE CASH! Bargains for the year Moody Harden, STONE. E. L. Murphy sold a plug horse 813. Frank Folger bought of Wm. Wall a pair of mules at $65. Luther Raney bought 12 head of cittle at $10.63 per head. T. L. Sanders bought of Freeman Lane 20 hogs for $26.00. Frank Folger sold 6 bushel of hemp- seed at $2.00 per bushel Miss Lizzie Thompson, of Bryants ville, began a select school at Pleas ant Hill Monday morning with very good attendance. John Roberts, of near here, sold ten head of cattle to Vet Brooks, of Little Hickman, at $S0. T. L. Sanders sold seven head of hogs to Ben Robinson, of Lancaster, at 3c per pound. Luther Ramsey also sold 4 head of hogs to same party at 3c per pound. J. B. Sanders, of Lan caster, also bought several hogs at same price. Lewis Harris ave a large oyster supper last Thursday night in honor of his fishing club. Lem Mathas gave a dance Monday night in honor of Leslie Green and his many friends. Mrs. John Roberts, of Jessamine, vis ited her sister, Mrs. Peachie Grow last week. Miss Mattie G. Sanders visited friends and relatives in Jessamine last week and also attended the Brooks Alverson wedding at Mt. Zion church. Miss Aider Brunes, of Little Hickman, spent Sunday and Monday with Mattie G. Sanders, of this place. Miss Nell Ray, of Buckeye, visited Miss Irene Raney Thursday. Miss Pearl and Jewell Sanders visited Mrs. Nellie Preston Thursday. Mrs. T. L. San ders visited Mrs. Gabe Preston last weelc Mr. Wm. Sanders, of Burgin, is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. James King and wife, of Burgin, are visiting relatives near here. A thrill of terror is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night. But the terror soon changes to relief after One Minute Cough Cure has been adminis tered. Safe and harmless for children. Stormes' Drug Store. lm BUCKEYE. Dr. B. F. Walter, dentist office over Ballou's store, Lancaster. 2t Hemp breaking was in full blast dur ing the pretty days of last week. James P. Prather sold to Joseph Simpson, yoke of oxen at $75.00. Joseph Simpson sold to Mr. Hisel, of near Lexington, 10 calves at $15.50 per head. Also 3 yearlings at $20 per head. We have an old man in our midst that has suddenly developed into a maker of furniture and musical instru ments. He lately made two rocking chairs that would grace any parlor and made for his son, ajbanj) that produces fine music Quite a number of our young folks attended the birthday party given by Miss E.ta Cotton at her horns in Mad ison county Thursday night. They report a large crowd in attendance, an enjoyable time, an elegant supper and many handsome presents given the fair hostess. Mr. Wm. Jones and wife, made a visit last week to relatives near Wal laceton that they had not seen for 30 years. Ebb Uickerson made a bus iness trip to Buena Vista Wednesday. Forest Curtis and wife, of Kirksville, spent a few da3s with their parent, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray last week Miss Florence Tanner, of McKinney, has returned from a visit to Miss Hat- tie Jones. Mr. Oscar Ray, after mak ing a visit to his friends here returned to Illinois, Thursday. It seems that the most of our boys have the Illinois fever. Some have gone and in a few weeks there will be more to follow. GREAT CAN AND WILL Bo)utU Society.. Written for The Record. It was I think early in the '70's that I wrote the appended simple stanzas for the little people composing the Rosebud Society in Mrs. W. A. Yantis' department of Franklin Institute. Recently I have had a letter from the "Mary" of the lines, requesting that the piece be reproduced in the Cex thai. Record, and I comply, hoping that the editor will give it space. ".he Alpha Diamond Mines," and "The Omega Flower Garden," we.e also written about the same time, to compliment the rival literary socie ties of the institute. My recollection is that the Rosebuds were Mary Hicks, Tom Bush, Susie Harris, Lida Jennings, Lizzie Jen nings, Abbie and Frank Yantis, Nannie . Fleec'e Cook, Will White, Willie , Nellie Marrs, Lettie Carson, Mollie , Lija S'lvidge, Lula Chaires, Maggie Currey, Addie Folger, George Potts, Aliie , Mamie Olds, Napoleon Price, Sallie . The Blanks I find I am not able to fill with certainty. I believe it would be of interest to the readers of The Record, to trace these ''Rosebuds and publish their whereabouts at this time. Lida, Lula and Lizzie lived to womanhood, were married, and called to their eternal home while yet in the springtime of life. "Abbie" is now Mrs. John Morean. of Paragould, Ar kansas, and the happy mother of four little Rosebuds of her own. She is prosperous, as is also "Frank," who is married and is a rising railroad man. 'George" is married and has a fine po sition as manager of the Burnet House, Cincinnati "Fleecie" is Mrs. Kinnaird, "Mamie" is Mrs. Stormes, and "Maggie" is Mrs. Robinson, all of your own town and county. Will not some reader fill out the missing para graph and tell us where the others are? A VISIT TO FAIRY LAND. I was walking in the city. On a bright sunny day, When I met n little fairy On mr long, lonely way. She was dressed all in roses, In her hand a small stick, Her face was glad and merry. And her step light and quick. On her head a crown of flowers, On her feet golden shoes, And the little wand she carried, Wore the same yellow hues. "Will you walk into my garden?" Said her small silvery voice; "I will show you all my roses. And you may take your choice." "I have only lately planted These young rose trees of mine. But their blossoms are as fragrant As the finest of the fine." "I will let you pluck a nosegay, You may stroll througe my bowers, So come this way, fair lady, And see my pretty flowers." Then I could not choose but enter, Through the gate opened wide, So I went into the garden -Of my sweet fairy guide. She bad twenty-fire or thirty Little trees in a row, And I smiled when I noted How the blossoms seemed to grow. And 'was funny that the flowers Did not bloom out in full, For she had instead of roses, Only Rosebuds to pull. So I asked the little fairy How she made them so neat. How she kept her charming rosebuds So tidy and so sweet. Said she: Lady, I will tell you, I have known a long while; With tears of joy I water them, Their sunshine is my smile." I stepped forth to take a cluster, When the spirit's golden wand Touched the trees, and ljta wonder, Beneath my outstretched hand. For a little girl came tripping From each tree on my right, And on my left were little boys, Driving roses out of sight. On each leafy top were ringlets, All of bright sunny hair, And each tree was clad in garments That only children wear. Now the sprite became a lady, Quite as tall as myself; All her rosy raiment vanished To adorn some other elf. And the garden all around me, Changed into a long hall, Where thesj little human rosebuds Seemed to come at my call. There were Mary, Tommie, Susie, Lida, Lizzie, Abbie, Frank, Nannie, Fleecie, Charley, Willie, All just ready for a prank. Nellie, Lettie, Mollie, Lija. Lula, Maggie, Addie, George, Allic, Mamie. Napo, Sallie, Lads and lassies small and large. GIVE Priceless Pain " If a price can e placed on pain, Mother't Friend' is worth its weight in gold as an allevi ator. My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did al together with her last, having previously used four bottles of ' Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a mother," saya a customer. Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Carxni, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator Company, of Atlanta, Ga., the proprie tors and manufacturers of "Mother's Friend." This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines ad vertised to do unreasonable things, but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective in adding strength and elasticity to those parts of woman's organism which bear the severest strains of childbirth. The liniment may be used at any and all times during pregnancy up to the very hour of confinement. The earlier it is begun, and the longer used, the more perfect will be the result, but it has been used during the last month, pnly with great benefit and success. It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending it, but greatly dimin ishes the danger to life of both mother and child, and leaves the mother in a con dition more favorable to speedy recovery, " Mother's Friend " is aold by druggists at i.oo, or sent by express on receipt of price. Valuable book for women, "Before Baby is Born," sent free on application. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Such a lovely little gardon Of living, breathing flowers, That I thought I eould not leave them For a great many hours. Then they bravely made some speeches, That were witty and were wise; While their hearts looked warm and loving, Through their bright sparkling eyes. And they moved about with freedom, Full of cjulak, childish grace, And the lore they bore the lady Shone on each happy face. I had never seen such wonders Of little girls and boys; I was never culled to enter Such a paradise of joys. So I said, "I love these blossoms, But I cannot pluck them all ; I will leave them to their fairy Who presides at Rosebud Hall." EUGENIA D. POTTS. We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleas anter or better way to do it than by recommending Oae Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia, consumption and other seriou thij troubles that follow neglected colds Stormes' Drug Store. lm Mccreary. J. R. Bradshaw, of Maroa, 111., is with his father, Mr. T. W. Bradshaw. Miss Florence Tanner, of McKinney, was the guest of Misses Carrie Hardin and Lillio Warner last weelc. A. S. Prewitt who lives near Grecncastle, Ind. , has returned home alter spend ing several weeks with Mr. Ben Kel ley. Misses Minnie Pherigo and Car rie Hardin visited Miss Susie Long in Ma lison county, and attended a birth day party given by Miss Etta Cotton. The Misses West of Paint Lick, were entertained by Miss Minnie Wearren last week. There are three little things which do more work than any other three little things created they are the ant, the bee and De Witt's Little Early Risers, the last being the famous little pills for stomach and liver troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. lm SWEENEY. S. Rigsby sold to James McCarley 5 shoats at 3c per pound. Miss Stella Derhon has returned home from a pleasant visit to her sis ter, Mrs. Gray, at Livingston. J. F. Thompson sold to McCarley & Lawson 9 shoats at 3c J. U. Thomp son and J. F. Thompson sold 13 to same party at same price. S. Morgan sold 1 milk cow to Dave Ross for 830, 1 fat cow to B. F. i Robin son for2 3-4c, and 1 at 3c, also S. Mor gan bought 20 head of shoats at 3c, and bought 1 fat cow from Sam Ander son at $24. BARGAINS Hats, and Gents US A SAVE YOU MONEY. TRY MARKSBURY. Dr. B. F. Walter, dentist office over Ballou's store. 2t H. D. Aldridge sold to J. A. Wood a short horn cow for 25. There have been several parties in this community this winter and we suppose from what Madam Rumor says that there have been some engage ments. One young fellow was over heard trying to prevail on his sweet heart to change her name. As he was a great lover of dogs and she was not, she demurcd at first but finally con sented on coadition that he would only keep his old coon dog. So a great burden has rolled off his mind and we suppose that it will not be long before Rev. 'Kuykendak will be called upon to tu the nuptial knot, as ha hug adopted the " credit system." Miss Lena Palmer, of Point L2avellj visited Miss Jennie Perkins, last week. Mr. Joe Aldridge is quite sick with pneumonia at this writing. Dr. Her ring is the attending physician. Mrs. Sam Haselden, Mr. Robert Jennings and Dr. and Mrs. Mack Elliott, of liryantsville, were in the congrega tion at the Fork, Sunday. Miss Ida Mae Kelley will open a four months spring school at the Mason school house, Monday Feb. 7, with twenty pupils, We are glad to note that Airs. Miram Peters who has been suffering with a sprained ankle for several weeks is able to walk around the room with the aid of a crutch. Children and admits tortured by burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the great Pile remedy. Stormes' Drug Store, lm FLATWOOD. W. H. Furr bousrht a hog from Mr. Jake Clouse for $3.50. Mr. Sweeney Morgan was in this vicinity buying stock last week. Mr. Thomas Collett bought two calves from Mr. Corum for $33. Bob Faulkner, of color, had a mule to die last week from the effects of a mad dog bite. There have been several mad dogs killed lately in the surrounding neigh borhood. Mrs. James, the widow of the late David James, died of la grippa at the home of her son-in-law, Mr. John Boain, in Estill county. She was brought here and buried in the Drake's creek graveyard, near Preach ersville. Mr. John Jackson la very sick of pneumonia. Miss Maggie Ross, of Hammack, spent Thursday at Flat woods. Mrs. Dave Anderson is spend ing a week with her mother, Mrs. Hays. LEAF. Dr. B. F. Walter, dentist office over Ballou's store, Lancaster. 2t Mr. Will Wallace traded a bunch of mules to W. H. Douglas for his crop of corn. Ed. Adams, of El Do.-ado, Ark., is here with a car load of cattle from that state. Some sneak thief stole about one third of the coal that Mrs. Annie Adams had at the school house Sun day night. Mrs. Annie Adams commenced teach ing a subscription school at Norris' store house last Monday. Little Willie Pullins, son of Mason Pullins, is quite sie'r. W. B. Adams went to Rockcastle this week oa busines. For Sale. I will sell my farm of 73 acres sit uated in Garrard county, 2 1-2 miles northwest of Paint Lick station, on the L. s Railroad. It has on it a new house with six rooms, a new barn and other necessary buildings and also a good tenant house. There is a well of water at the door, the best in the county, not failing during the drouth last summer. The water is so cold that we never h-ive to use any ice in the hotest weather. The farm is un der good fence and is very productive and will produce anything that grows in this country. It is supplied by a spring 6: pure running water that never has been known to go dry. My reason for selling: My .physician advises me to change climate on the account of my health. Address C. B Engleman, Paint Lick, Ky. PljtHf 6t C U B A N OIL' cures I IWII VI v Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. CALL wwfw mm ' Afljnstei M Promptly Fail BRYAJfTSVIIXE, KV. To the members of the Kentucky Growers Insuranca Co., and to whom it may concern: Owing to the many inquiries rela tive to the loss of my dwelling by fire, I wish to say for the benefit of those interested, that the amount due me under my policy in case of a total loss was determined when I made my ap plication and as shown by ray policy. Owing to my absence in "Virginia my l)ss was not certified by Mr. G. T. Higginbotham, Chairman of Garrard county board, to the company for pay ment until Nov. 22J, and in Ijss than sixty days thereafter I received the en tire amount insured for. For solvency and cheapness every fanner should consider our company before insuring elsewhere. Yours truly, K. Koe. Tho above speaks for itself and those desiring protection to their property against fire, lightning and wind at a price in accord with the cost of carry ing it, should confer with D. ;W. Dunn, Danville, solicitor for Boyle county. Josse Doty, Hyattsville, solicitor for Garrard county, U. C Baughman, Stan ford. B. B. KenJall, General Manager, Lexington, Ivy. Jan. 28, 3t. O00000090 I aoocg W. H. LACKEY Successor to Lackey & Gulley. ;Firs- Ctlas LIVERY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN. FIRE anfl LIFEINSURAN C E SPEBIGELELD FIEE MB MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK. Robinson & Hamilton Agts Office over Post Office. Lancaster, : : : Kentucky. zT'H e!-rZr d'TZ: I HEW LIV1EY. I I I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. I. RICE BENGE. jj Queen St Crescent Route. Handsome historical lithograph, col ored birds-eye view of Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, Walden's Ridge, and portions of the Chickamauga field as seen from the summit of Lookout Mountain. Highest style of litho grapher's art. On fine paper; plate, 10 x 24. Mailed for 10 cents in stamps W. G RlNEAHSON, Gen'l PaSa'r Agt., Q. & C. 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