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Bring Forth It's usie for the Public Dressin M 9 rjts Extra Fine ks VV vy NV 4 t T T T f I I 1 fv yf s f ts 'T 'Ts J. L. Frohman & Co., (LiZlivievy Saturday, Ocz. 8. We will have on display a very select and elegant line of pattern hats and bonnets. A very cordial invitation is extended to all. Don't DForg-et Tlie Dates Respectfully, NOEL SISTERS. Telephone 85. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, October, 7, 1898. I PERSONAL. I Sauflcy Ilughes took iv the trots at Louisville this week. Mrs. Wary Allan Weisiger is visiting friends in Lexingtou. Hon. George T. Farris has heen ct home for a few days. Mrs. George. M. Patterson is in Cin" cinnati for a few days. Sam Joseph, a Cincinnati drummer, was here the first of the week. Misses Addie and Bertha Burnside were visitors in Danville Monday. First Sergt Al. Curtis, of Richmond, has been visiting Capt. Sam Duncan. W. A. Arnold has returned from a visit to Nicholasville and Lexington. George Mcltoberts was over from Stanford Sunday, to sea a pretty girl. Misses Nellie Marrs and Maggie Tomlinson, visited Danville last week. Anthony Busby, a soldier boy, of Lexington, is visiting Dr. Bush's fam ily. Mrs. Margaret Gill attended the W. G T. U. Conventior at Louisville, last weeic Miss Helen Thurmond was Mrs. U. D. Simpson's guest Saturday and Sun day. Miss Ollie Mitchell, of Pittsburg, is visiting Mrs. Nora Miller, Danville av enue. Mr. Keth Lackey, of South America, visited Mr. D. M. Lackey's family Monday. Mrs. Charles Norris and little daugh ter, Mattie, have returned from a visit to Frankfort. B. A. Spencer, of Louitville, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mis. P. W. Spenc'r. Mr. and Mri. J. W. Miller have re turned from a pleasant visit to Louis ville relatives. Miss Amy Davidson is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. J. liomans, on Rich mond avenue. MissEliza Smith has suflieiently re covered to resume her school duties at Ml 6 m school house. Judge W. E. Walker has been as signed to duty as U. S. storekeeper at Curley's, Camp Nelson. Rev. H. N. Faulconer and wife left Tujsday for Barbourviile, where they will remain for a while. Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird have gone to Columbi s, Ohio, to spend the month with relatives. Mr. and Mrs S. D. Rothwell have returnid Irom Dripping Springs, hav ing had a successful season. Dr. Steele Bailey, of Stanford, was here this week to see Lieut Claude Wherritt, who is some better. Ilughes Aldridge, of Co. L., has re- ;c3vered sufficiently to be on the streets. Will Marksbury remains qjite ill. S-igt. Al BarnsiJe has recovered in m ais recent illness and is ready to start to Cuba on ihs shortest notice. Ashby Warren, corporal of Captain Duncan's company, was over from Stanford Sunday to see his relations. Mrs. Elizabeth Denny is at heme from a visit to h.r neice, Mrs White, at White's Station, in Madison county. Ashbrook C Frank orders his paper Overcoats, f A vf 4 i 'T 'Ts 'Ts 'Y 'Yx Opening, changed to Amarillo, Texas, at which place he is teaching in a large college. Mrs. Louis Landram entertained at tea last Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. W. C. McFarland, of New York City. Mrs. II. M. Ballou and little daugh ter, Pattiline, have returned from sev' eral month's visit to relatives in Shel by ville. Mrs. W. C McFarland and son. Lan dram, Ic'.t Monday for Iluntsville, Ala bama, where Capt. MeFarland is sta tioned. Mrs. W. 0. Bradley and daughter. Miss Christine, of Frankfort, have been visiting relatives in this city for several daja Mrs. Albert Schilling, of Richmond, accompanied by her two bright chil dren, Carl and Marie, are guests of Miss Nellie Dilon. Mrs Dr. Acton, who has been criti cally ill of typhoid fever, is some bet ter. Dr. Acton, of Louisville, was called to see her. Misses Wood and Burnside, of Stan ford, and Miss Watts, of Richmond, are expected today to visit Misses Bes sie and Jennie Burnside. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dsn man and sweet little daughter, FrancU ,Lee, have returned to Nicholasville, after a brief visit to relatives here. Misses Bessie and Jennie Burnside will entertain tomorrow evening at a Military Tea, in honor of their guests and the soldier boys at home. We regret to lenrn of the illness of Mr. J. L. Frohman, at Danville. He is a mighty clever fellow and a good friend of The Record. He is some better now. Miss Bettina Anderson, the artist in crayon and water colors will be over from Lancaster this week to isit her sister, Mrs. W. T. Brownintr. Lexing ton Argonaut Mrs. A. K. Campbell returned to her home in Minerva, Ohio, where her husband is pastor of the Christian church, after a month's visit to her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wald. n. Judge Robinson and wi'e will leave this week to spend the winter in Cali fornia. The Judge has rented his farm near town. Their legion of friends hope they will soon return greatly benefitted iu health. Miss Henri Fish has returned to Crab Orchard from a delightful visit to Miss Rella Arnold at Lancaster, loud in her praises of the people of thai, city, who know so well how to enter tain visitors. Stanford Journal. A report was in circulation last night that Col. Andy Rice, of Garrard, was dead, but one of the youngest and healthiest-looking men in town early this morning was the Colonel. He says he has no idea of. dying not un til after the m xt circus, anyway. Danville Advocate. And we suspect he would also ike 'o take in at least one more mountain dance before departing. "Big" Rice is one of the cleverest men in Ke itui. ky, and should be left on earth for many years as an example of honesty, uprightness and clever h -artedness. Speaking of the W. G T. U. Conven tion the Louisville Post has the fol lowing among its notes: . Mrs. Beauchamp's annual address was full of valuable statistics and a summing up for the year. She refer red to the gratification felt by the W. C T. D. at the action of Miss Chris tine Bradley, who made for herself and for the women of Kentucky a national reputation in the christening of the battleship Kenta cky. "Christine Bradley was brought up in the Royal Temperance Union of Lancaster, Ky., and for this the ladies of that union may well feel an honest pride." said Nobby Shirts, Stetson THE Mrs. Beauchamp. Mrs. Ro berta Eikin, of Lancaster, a daughter of Gen. D. K. Collier, and President of the Eighth district W. C. T. U., res ponded on behalf of the delegates from that section. Mrs. Ellrin's eloquent effort was greatly appreciated, ming ling as it did a great deal of patriotism and love of couatry with words that voiced the sentiments of every woman, be she wife, mother, daughter, sister or sweetheart, in this broad land. Her touching allusion to the entire reunion of the blue and gray was warmly ap plauded." Additional Local. You ought to know that when suf fering from any kidney trouble that a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney Cure. Guaranteed, or money refund ed, lin Free. An imported, bris.le clothes brush, made in Germany, value SI, will b given with each pair of pants, suit or overcoat bought of Howard Tailoring ompany, and satisfaction guaranteed in price, fit and quality. M. D. Hughes, Agent To the Wild and Woolly West. Mr. R. E. Henry, who has been at work in this office for several years, has concluded to carry out Horace Greeley's advice and go west to grow up with the country. He will first vis it his relatives in Arkansas and then locate in Oklahoma. It almost took the wind out of The Rkcokd's sails for Bob to leave, as he filled his position 60 acceptably. He was faithful at all times and did his work in a cheerful manner. He was far from being mama's darling, consequently was the kind of help one wishes to employ We can heartily recommend Bob to anyone wishing an honest, reliable man. Captain White and Tommy. Hammonds will stick the type for the paper. We will set our own ads. and do job work. We hope those owing the office will note the last sentence and fork out what they owe. Oar already big task being doubled we will have no time to make fifteen to twenty trips for every dollar owing us. tine Aiinute uougn tJure surprises people by its quick cures and children may take it in large quantities with out the least danger. It has won for itself the best reputation of any prep aration used to-day for colds, croup, tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs. Stormes Drug Store. lm r. o. a. Mr. L. D. Routt, General Organizer for the Fraternal Order of America, in stituted a Council, of 30 charter mem bers at Odd Fellows Hall, last Satur day night The officers, for the first year, are as follows: G. M. Patterson, W. C; John Estes, W. V. C; J. T. Hill, W. P. C; J. J. Barton, Prelate; Dr. J. M. Acton, Secretary; J. C. Ihompson, Cashier Treasurer; II. C. Hamilton, C. G., Mal colm Tillett, I. &; Silas Moss, O. W. A. Arnold, James Clark and J. C. Gastineau, Trustees. The Ritualistic work is said to be most excellent and the insurance feat ure is very desirable, giving protection at what it is worth. The plans are among the most approved, and the or der is undet gilt-edge management, the Supreme Council being under the supervision of some of the best men in Cincinnati. Mr. Routt is a competent, affable gentleman and has won the respect and confidence of the entire community. More than twenty million free sam pies of PeWitt's Witch Haze Salve have b3en distributed by the manu facturers. What better proof 6f their confidence in it's merits do you want? It cures piles, burns, scilds. sores, in the shortest space of time Stormes Drug Store. im B. M Hurdett Here. Our old friend and fellow-citizen. B. M. Burdett, who has been living in i'lorida for the last eleven vears. call ed on us Monday morning. Except for a little wear and tear he looks natural and seems to be himself as in the days of yorej is cheerful, bright, And looks as if he might be of good use for years to coma We know he will if he will only come back to Lancaster and live in the pure atmosphere he was used to. He tells us that he is rather tired of Florida and its killing frosts and freezeouta, and that his wife is more so, and perhaps he may come back to Kentucky to spend the ba'.ann of his days, He tells us that he brought GLOBE Telephone 136, a suit in the Breathit circuit court 'ast week for the Breathitt Coal, Iron and Lumber Co., to recover a tract of 1,210 acres of land and that the suit involves the title to a boundary of 129,000 acres of very fine coal and lumber lands. He feels confident of success, and his opin ion upon a legal proposition is, in our opinion, entitled to the highest respect. One thing is certain, if he fights this case as he used to fight cases when we knew him best, his clients will get the benefit of all there is in the case, and may consider themselves fortunate in procuring his services; and besides, he tells us he has Judge Mat Walton, of Lexington, an old Lancaster boy, and Mr. J. E Patrick, a son-in-law of our old citizen, Tom Richards, associated with him in the case, 'i hat makes a strong team, all fr.om and through Lancaster the grand old town, whose sons know no defeat De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and its merit has led dishon est people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure. Stormes Drug Store. lm You invite disappointment when you experiment DeWitt's Little Early Ri sers are pleasant, easj-, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take them. Stormes Drug Siorc lm Glovannoll ICinnuIrd. The marriage of Mr. Harry Giovan noli and Miss Carrie Kinnaird, daugh ter of Mrs. Mary Kinnaird, was sol emnized Wennesday at half past twelve at the residence o. the bride's uncle, Mr. James Kinnaird, Lexington aye- nue. 'I he ceremony was performed in a most impressive manner by Dr. E M. Green, of the First Presbyterian church, a&sisted Ly Rev. J. R. Savage, of the Methodist Episcopal church. The wedding was a very quiet one, on ly the immediate members of the fami lies being present The absence of all attempts at ostentation, the simplici ty and refinement that marked the oc casion intensified the solemnity and was in perfect harmony with the char acter of thesa two much-admired and greatly beloved young people, both of whom are well-known in Danville and the State and possess a host of friends who will join with every member of the Advocate's force in extending heartiest congratulations and b'diing them Godspeed. Mr. and Mrs. Giovan noli left at noon for New York, to be absent about a week. Danville Advo cate. Mr. Giovannoli has been connected with the Advocate for several years. There is not a better all-'round news paper man in the state. Socially he is one of the best fellows in the world. Everybody likes Harry. He is blessed with the gift of making it pleasant for all he meets with, and time never drags when in his company. As an old Liend we extend heartiest coagratu latious. The marriage o" Miss Minna Crutch- er, of Richmond, to G. V. Evans, Jr, is announced to take place next month. The prospective bride is quite a favorite in this city, where she has been a frequent visitor. Foot Ball. Lancaster versus Richmond High hool. Game called at 3 o'clock, on Dr. Herring's grounds, tomorrow, Sat urday. Admission 15 cents, ladies free. A good team has been selected and a hot game is promised. The Editor Enjoyed Xt. An editor died of starvation after making Dr. Tanner ashamed of him self, was being escorted to heaven by an angel who had been sent out for that purpose. "May I look at that other nlace be fore we ascend to eternal happiness?" "E isily," said the angeL So they went below and skirmished around, taking in the sights. The an gel lost track of the editor, and went around hads to hunt for him. He found him sitting by a furnace fanning himself and gazing with, rapture upon a lot of people in the fire. There was a sign on the furnace which said: 'Delinquent subscribers!" "Come." said the angel, "we must going." "You go on," said the editor. "I'm not coming. This is heaven enough r . j -C i - PlflHfm C U BAN O I Lcnre I HMIIVI Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Eheu matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents Hats, These together OPENING, Saturday, Oct. 8. REMEMBER, All are Cordially Invited. Miss Sallie Tillett. Fruit. Flowers. Shade. Blue Grass Nurseries. Fall, 1898. 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 application to H. F. HILXENMEYFR, Phone 279. Lexington, Ky S. BEAZLEY, DENTIST. Teeth filled and extracted with out pain. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. Office over T. S. Elkin'd meat shop, la the new Thompson buildicg. HOW To Obtain a Roaster Frss. Call at my store and we will explain Talk about cheap goods, when von buy of me you know you buy the best. We allow no one "to undersell us ou same grade of goods If we lend monev we waut Interest. If we ex- cbange goons lor aonars. we waniayery sinn.ii margin, auy oi us ana get pure groceries. DO NOT RUN" AFTER THE CHEAP JOHNNIES. Call anft Enjoy a Pleasant Chat. Pleased to see you. NO WORRY HERE. H. M. BALLOU. Ilr. R. DaldstEin, of No, 541 Fourth ave., Louisville, Ivy will hi at Mason Hotel, Lancaster, Ky., on ' Monday, October 31, 1898' Returning one day each month. Eyes examined and glasses scientifically ad justed. Trained Nurses. The service of Nurses who have graduated from the Louisville Traiuinc School can be secured at the Pattle A. Clay Infirmary of Richmond, Ky,; price $15 per week, except in contusions cases, for whleh $20 is charged. Application for nurses should be made to tne Superintendent of Infirmary. BIG FOUR Wll TO CHICAGO! 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