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THURSDAY June 2q, - I89o
Sends his Hot Rays
But we can help you
Prepare for Them.
If you have not supplied yourself with. Light
weight Clothing, come to us. "We will
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derwear is Ele- -
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To see our Handsome line of
Hats. "We have a complete
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We study to Please our
Patrons, and give you
the Best Values'
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1 DANVILLE, KT.
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Uncle Cla'born Lear remains quite
Mrs. Margaret Robinson is visiting
relatives in Danville.
Miss Tillie Arnold is visiting Misses
Jennie and Lucy Arnold.
Mrs. Frith and children, have baen
visiting Mrs. II. M. Ballou.
Col. and Mrs. John W. Poor visited
Mrs. W. R. Cook this week.
Miss Sue Layton, of Covington, is
visiting Miss Jennie Gulley.
Miss Nellie Dillon leaves tomorrow
to visit friends at Richmond.
Ed Walton and Joe Waters were the
newspaper men here Monday.
Miss Florence Harris is spending
three weeks at Dripping Springs.
Mrs. William Hughes has returned
from a visit to relatives in rerryvme.
Mrs. Nannie Corn and two sons were
guests of T. W. Reid and family bun-day.
Richmond Pantagraph: Miss Bes
sie Bolton is visiting relatives in Gar
Misses Louise and Frankie Kauff
man are visiting relatives in Iluston
ville. Judge M. D. Hughes is working up
Maccabee insurance in Danville this
Miss Amanda Anderson is in Crab
Orchard, where she will spend several
Mrs. Henry Fanlconer left Tuesday
to spend several weeks at Dripping
Lyman Ryan has about recovered
from the injuries received by a fall
County Clerk John Duncan is enjoy
ing a well-earned vacation at Cumber
Miss Margaret Ilackley, of George
town College, is visiting relatives in
Miss Olivia Sweeney has returned
from a visit to Miss Jennie Shumate
Mrs. Mary II. Letcher, of Nicholas
ville, is the pleasant visitor ol Airs.
Miss Nannie Harris leaves tomor-
ow to visit relatives m ijuuiawuu
Mrs. Donald McDonald, of Danville
s visiting ner parents, quire ivm-
naird and wife.
Mr. II. M. Ballou has about recover
nd from a sdcII of illness, and is back
it his grocery.
Mrs. W. R. Cook entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Letcher Owsley at tea Wed
Miss Sue Sutton, of Marksbury, is
isiting her sister, Mrs. Ben' Hughes
on Danville ave.
Misses Cohen and Dickerson, of
Nicholasville, have been visiting Mrs.
Gen. D. R. Collier and wife attend
ed the funeral of Capt. Dobyns, at
Rev. Massee has gone to Atlanta,
Georgia, to see his father and mother
who are seriously ill.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Marksbury, of
Marcellus, is the guest of Misses Altie
and Bessie Marksbury.
Miss Vesta Lackey, of Kansas City,
Mo., is visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Lackey.
Misses Ellene Hiatt, and Georgie
nenry are the guests of Miss Katha-
r ne Hood, of Shelby City.
Mrs. W. Simpson Elkin, of Atlanta,
Ga., is spending a few weeks with her
sister, Miss Jennie Duncan.
Mesdames Cotton and Burnside, of
Danville, have been visiting Mes
dames Hudson and Rigney.
Mr. James W. Griffin and family,
after a visit to relatives in this city,
have returned to Lexington.
Miss Lula Anderson entertained
few friends Friday evening in honor
of Miss Clara Haun, of Texas.
Miss Magie Tomlinson left Tues
day for an extended visit to friends in
Lexington and Flemingsburg.
Little Misses Harriett and Margar
et Vennetta, of Danville, are visiting
their aunt, Miss Sallie Lou Myers.
Misses Hallie Rice, of Marksbury,
Mary Lynn Mock, of Danville, have
been visiting Miss Sallie Lou Myers.
Mr. Pendleton, of Geomla. student
from Seminary, is the guest of Rev,
Massee and tilled his pulpit Sunday
Miss Djrcas Loavell has returned
home after a pleasant visit to her
cousins, Misses Jennie Kavanaugh
and Florence Burnside.
Miss Lizzie Thompson has returned
from a visit to Marksbury relatives.
fine lef t Mondav to visit relatives in
Hustonville and Stanford.
Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside
gave a luncheon last Thursday even
ing in honor of their cousins, Misses
Burnsine, of Barbourville.
Lex. Herald: Mir. E. D. Potts was
recently elected Vice President of the
State Children's Home Society, with
headquarters at Louisville.
Ills Life was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
f Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder-f
ul deliverance from a frightful deatho
In telling of it he says: "I had taken
Typhoid Fever, that ran into pneumo
nia. My lungs became hardened. I
was so weak I couldn't even sit up in
bed. Nothing helped me. I expected
to soon die of Consumption, when I
heard of Dr. King's New Discovery.
One bottle gave great relief. I contin
ued to use it, and now am well and
strong. I can't say too much in its
praise." This marvellous medicine is
the surest and quickest cure in the
world for all Throat and Lung Trouble.
The Nicholasville orchestra has been Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Trial
organized and Brown Anderson, Char- bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Drug
ley Denman and Brown Cogar, all well Store; every bottle guaranteed.
known in Lancaster, are connected
Miss Pearl Hill is visiting Mrs. Taj
lor Burdett at Bryantsville.
Mrs. Eliza Farris has returned from
several days' visit to Danville.
Mrs. B. F. Wal ter and son, Robert,
have returned from a visit to li. L.
Salter and family, of Danville.
Mrs. J. R. Hill leaves Thursday to
visit friends in Middlcsboro and
Pineville for the benefit of bcr health.
Prof. Henry Elliott, of Mayficld,
was in town this week mingling with
old friendf. He was returning from
the big convention at Louisville.
No! it is not claimed that
Foley's Honey and Tar will cure
Consumption or Asthma in ad
vanced stages, it holds out no such
false hopes, but does truthfully
claim to always give comfort and
relief in the very worst cases and in
the early stages to effect a cure.
STORMES DRUa STORE
Mrs. W. S. Grinstead and daughters,
Misses Kate and Nellie, of Millersburg,
and Miss Annie Spoonamore, of Stan
ford, visited Mrs. Hunley Singleton
Col. W. L. Fergursbn, Judge J. S.
Robinson, Mr. J. V. Cook, Judge R.
A. Burnside, "Crafty" Burnside and
Thurmond Anderson are among the
guests at Dripping Springs.
Mrs. Chas. Whitwer and handsome
little son, Charles Fox, and Miss Arm
strong, of Dallas, Texas, win arrive
Saturday to visit their grandparents,
Capt. and Mrs. F. J. White.
Nicholasville Journal: Tom Under
wood, the popular and accommodating
transfer agent at B. D. Spears' livery
stable, is reported ill of fever at the
home of relatives near Parksville
Jacob Joseph, G. S. Grecnlcaf, Joe
ST. JOHN'S DAY.
Enjoyable and Appropriate Celebra
tion at Kirksville laiit
CAPT. GEO. II. DOBYNS
son. llenrv I'attcrson, .kick matt, months aeo was aoie to no aooui. At
June 24th is always a big day with
Masonic lodges the world over, and
wherever it is convenient a big picnic
and celebration is held. Several neigh
borhood lodges usually unite and have
one big gathering. Kirksville lodge,
No. 183, decided to do the honors this
year, and the announcement was hail
ed with delight by surrounding breth
ren. The day was a beautiful one.and
the lovely woodland, opposite Bro.
Coy's just beyond Kirksville, never
looked more inviting. From 1,000 to
1,500 people assembled early in the
day. Some annoyance was caused bj
the Lancaster band failing to show up
at the proper time, but when it did
arrive and the folks learned the delay
was caused by a sick horse, all extend
ed the forgiving hand to the boys ano
Passes Away Friday Evening. A Kind
Iy Gentleman and Loyal
(Danville Advocate )
Captain George II. Dobyns, an old.
and highly esteemed citizen of Dan
ville, died Friday evening, after an ill
ness of about six months.
The funeral was held yesterday af
ternoon at half past three o'clock, a
the Methodist church, by Rev. J. R
Savage. It was attended by a larg
congregation and the remains wen
followed to the grave by a processioi
which attested the love and esteem in
which the deceased was held. Com
rades of Wellington Harlan Post bore
the casket to its resting place, anc
there, draped with the ilag which tht
Captain loved so well and laden with
flowers from hundreds of loving hands
the weary body was laid away.
Captain Dobyns had been in failing
Haselden, Alex Bishop, R. II. Tomlin- proceeded to entertain them with a i(jaUh fQr bufc untn ab()Ut slx
T....1. tt:.. i.-infino:i t.hi musicians surelv annre- . ,
Louis Landram and several other
Master Masons attended the Kirks
ville celebration Saturday.
A few friends were entertained
Tuesday evening by Misses Allie, Bet-
tie and Mary Anderson in honor of
their cousin, Miss Clara Hann, of
Texas. Lovely refreshments were
served and an enjoyable evening spent.
Joe Waters said some mighty nice
things about The Recoiid's editor in
the last issue of the Lincoln Demo
crat, all of which are highly apprecia
ted. Joe had to draw upon his lm
magination powerful hard to write
Misses Carrie Taylor, of Augusta,
Ky., and Mary Beazley, of btantord,
are the pretty and charming guests of
Misses Alice and Lizzie Hudson, on
D.uiville avenue. Tuesday afternoon
a delightful picnic was given at the
iron bridge in their honor.
A charming houseparty
given by Miss Elsie Palmer this week
at residence of her brother-jn-law, Mr.
J. M. Higginbotham. The guests are
Misses Jennie White, of Richmond,
Annie Higginbotham, of Marcellus,
Annie Perkins, of Marksbury, Willie
Belle Burnside, of Lancaster.
ciated. A large stand was erected
under a canopy of maple trees and
scats arranged far out on each side
for the audience. Bro. J. W. Moore,
Master of Kirksville lodge, called the
assembly to order and delivered the
address of welcome. Bro. W. P. Prew-
itt, an exceedingly bright Mason, and
a mighty clever man, introduced the
speakers. First came Hon. Grant E.
Lilly, of Richmond, who gave a very
interesting talk upon Masonry and its
foundation. At the conclusion of his
speech, dinner was announced. Spread
upon snowv linnens beneath the state
ly trees, was a feast tit for ye gods.
Spring chicken, old ham, beef, mut
ton, salads, all kinds of breads and, in
fact, everything that goes to make up
a nrst-ciass iveiituuKy uium-i,
there, and bountiful quantities of it.
Sweet-faced girls and handsome wo
men flitted to and fro, determined
that no one should leave hungry. It
was a dinner which a fellow enjoys,
is being not one niaae up 0f knick-knacks and
that time he began to decline, hiscon-
lition became a matter of serious con
cern, and, though all that skilled at
tention and loving care from family
ind friends could do was freely given,
the sufferer grew weaker and weaker
until the end came, peacefully, to close
the chapter of a useful life.
George II. Dobyns was born in E;isJ.-
ern Virginia, sixty-four years ago, and
came to Kentucky when quite a young
man. At twenty-one years of age he
narried Mary Robinson, daughter of
Richard M. Robinson, of '-Camp Dick
Robinson." They have one child, Rieh
ird, of Knoxville.
When the War of the Rebellion
broke out, Mr. Dobyns was among the
irst to answer the call for volunteers
to defend the Union and he entered
The Commencement at Berca was a
rand success. A great many from
round here went and had a nice time.
M .ore & Co. ran their Hack and car
ri:d 15 passengers. All of the livery
igs were out that day and the hvery
nen made good money.
Dr. Poyntz and Dr Cosenbergc of
his place, attended the .Commcnce
nent at Bcrea, also Mr Jim Butner,
he polite clerk of Moore & Co.
The Picnic given by the Masons at
Airksville was a good one. There
verc about 1,000 people attended and
lad a nice time. There was speaking
n the ground by several distinguish
rentlemen from Richmond Lancaster
md other points. Lancaster Band
-urr ished good music for the occasion.
Paint Lick has another side-walk
mining from R. L. Jennings & Co.
itore across to Fish & Co. Drug store.
You get up in the morning tired, a
bad taste in themouthandaheadaiche
Know what's the matter? Biliousness,
Take DcWitt's Little Early Risers.
They regulate the liver and cure con
stipation pleasantly and promptly.
l,n Stormcs Drug Store.
Is the forerunner to cousumplson.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-IIoncy will cure it,
and give such strength to the lungs
that a cough or a cold will not settle
there. Twenty-live cents au .uuiujlt
erts Drug Store. lm
trash, but consisted or wnoiesome, de
lightfully prepared solid food.
Dinner over, the crowd again assem
bled about the speakers stand and the
band livened up things by a few pa
triotic airs. Rev. Ira Parton was then
introduced and made a forcible and
George Smith Jr., left Tuesday for eloquent talk', wmui was grcauy iu- chureh meniber-and a consistent one
will act joyed, lie was ionoweu uy
H. Tomlinson, of this city. The big
dinner evidently set well with Bro.
Tomlinson, as we have never heard
him make a better speech than he did
there. He devoted most of his talk to
A Peculiar World.
This is a peculiar world, says an au
thority. One man is saving money to
.mild "a house, another trying to sell
his for less than it :ost to build it.
the Union Army, becoming a member Qne js speniijn, all the money he can
if General Nelson's staff. His capaci- k jn tafcj., ius jrjri to the theatre
ty and loyalty attracted the attention uul sentjng her flowers with the hope
f his superiors, and after doing good
service in the early preparations, Pres
ident Lincoln commissioned him As
;istant Quartermaster, with the rank
of Captain. He served throughout
the war and was honorably discharged
it its close. In politcs Capt. Dobym
.vas a Republican, but maintained in
this the same liberality which charac
terized his entire life. He was a
Cumberland Falls, where he
as special reporter for several of the
daily papers. The Recoud will hear
from him also. George has proved
himself a good correspondent. In re
porting he is careful, painstaking and
strivesto give both sides of all mat- the manner in which the Musonic fra
ternity protected tne wiaows aim or
phans, and his touching words brought
tears to many an eye. We have had
the pleasure of attending quite a num
ber of fraternal gatherings with Bro.
Tomlinson and heard him make many
talks, but his address Saturday was by
far the best we have ever heard made
by anyone. Speeches on such occa
sions generally consist in brushing
cob-webs off the moon and picking
stars from the heavens, but none of
the speakers did this Saturday, conse
quently the cold facts interested the
people and will have a good effect for
thefraternity. Bro. A. J. Pike also
made an interesting talk replete with
Masonic history and other entertaining
It was the intention to have some
children from the Orphans Home at
tend the celebration, but their school
was not closed and only two pretty
little girls could be there. The mem
bers of Kirksville lodge will always
have reason to feel proud of the day's
doings, and we can assure them their
visitors will never forget the kind ano
ters in a perfectly fair manner.
Last Sunday was Children's Day at
the Methodist church and the exer
cises were very interesting uue oi
the most entertaining features was
Curly Locks,'' a well delivered, aud-
bly spoken oration by Master Joseph
Rogers, a tot of two-and-a-hair sum
mers, lie spoKe "ijittie -uiss luunet
response to an encore. The hand
some little fellow never hesitated a
moment, and was as self-possessed as
College graduate. Then beautiful
little Miss Ada Wesley, of the san.e
tender age, recited. She was as pret
ty and coquettish as a maiden of six
teen. Her recitation was "Mother's
Kisses." Miss Helen Grace Patterson
was expected to add to the novelty of
the occasion, but most peremptorily
declined, as the Superintendent, Prof.
Patterson, was unavoidably absent.
Cured When Other Failed.
A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N. Y
Writes. My wife suffered from kidney
trouble for years. She consulted sev-
from his youth up. He was for many
years one of the most faithful atten
dants in the Methodist Sunday school.
But it is not as a soldier and as a cit
izenthough he had honorable careers
as both but as a man of extreme gen
tleness and goodness will Captain Dob
yns be most tenderly remembered.
There was in his heart a feeling of
brotherly love for all men and he wa&
ever ready to spread the mantle of
charity where others might have blam
ed or derided. Added to this was a
genial disposition which made him
pleasant as a companion and valued as
:i friend. He loved little children.
and they in turn loved him one ol
the most genuine tests of nobility of
heart. His devotion to his little
niece and her beautiful affection foi
him was one of the tenderest incidents
of his life.
The widow, who shared his compan
ionship for nearly fifty-years from
her very girlhood and who also shared
with him many of the hardships ol
war in behalf of her country, as wel"
as the kindred here and in Virginia,
have in their sorrow the sympathv
of hundreds who knew and loved this
kindly, Christian gentleman. The
angels who guard "the bivouac of the
dead" watch over no soul more gen
tle, no spirit filled with a truer love
f making her his wife, while Ins
aeighbor is using what money he has
in getting a divorce. One man es
capes all the diseases tlesh is heir to
ind gets killed on a railroad. Anoth-
r escapes with only a scratch and
.lies with the whooping cough. Une
man stands off his creditors and goes
traveling to the lakes or springs,while
mother stays at home and pays his
Kidney Cures without getting relief.
She was induced to try Foley's Kidney
Cure and in less than a week after she
began using it, she was greatly im
proved and three bottles cured her.
C. C. & J. E. stormes,
Iced Water Preferable to Ice Water
Iced water is preferable to ice cra
ter iced water being cooled by the
ice without being, brought in direct
contact with it. The less ice water
one drinks the better. Ice water in
creases one's thirst that is, there is
BIsi.inrcli's Iron erve.
Was theresultof hissplendid health,
indomitab ewill and trf mendous ener
gy are not found where Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys and Bowels are out of order.
If you want these qualities and the
uiccess they bring, use Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They develop every power
of brain and Ixuly. Only 25c at R. E.
McRoberts Druggist. Ini
Seven Good Point.
A writer in an exchange has observ
ed the following:
The citizen who doesn't like mow
ers is generally one who is too lazy to
The man who talks loudest about
hard times is the man who does the
least to make times good.
He who says life is not worth the
living gets frightened the worst at the
;irst suggestion of death.
The farmer who is always dissail ti
:d with the weather and poor crops.is
the one who spends one-half his time
in bed and the other half in town.
The individual who is always com
plaining because the world appears to
have a grudge against him is the one
who is always doing something to of
The woman who spends three days
out of the week complaining of the
unkind things people are saying about
her. consumes the otner iour mswij-
in Breckinridge and Handcock coun
ties. The animals first become afflict-
nl wlVi i rnltrnnrl t.llfll crn intOSnaSmS.
x greater tendency to desire drink in- wi(jh lways prove fataL Some Vcry
ismuchas ice water hiaKes. wn. u...M . . . lmve accUmbed to
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob ing mean things about somebody,
life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
cures them, also Old, Running and
Fever Sors, Ulcers, Boils, Felons,
Corns, Wrats, Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Chapped nands, Chilblains
Best Pile cure on earth Drives ou
Pains and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box.
a .fMn conep is nfTflPtintr mules Cure guaranteed. Sold by R. E. Me.
The Easlc, Kins oC all Birds.
is noted for its keen sight, clear aud
distinct vision. So are those persons
who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve
for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any
kind of granulated lids. Sold at 25cts
McRoberts Drug Store. lm
A sallow, jaundiced skin is a symp
tom of disordered liver, as it springs
from biliary poisons retained in the
blood, which destroys energy, cheerfu'
ness, strength, vigor, happiness and
life. HERBINE will restore the
natural functions of the liver. Price
50 CtS C U. J. xi. atomies.
for a moment but does not quencn u
July Ladies' Home Journal.
the disease at Pellville, Ky.
There is a time for all things
In Anderson county the wheat crop
is not half as good as last year, and the
yield will be less than one-half the
usual average yield.
No ItlEht to Uglineu.
The woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper win always iime
friends, but one who would be attract-
vc must keep her health, lr sne is
we.ik, sickly and all run down, she
will be nervous and Irritable, li sne
has constipation or kidney trouble, her Ky
One of the gravest facts relating to
the harmfulness of cigarette smoking
to excess is one that has lately come to
light. In two distinct cases, recently
related, with Initials and dates, Dy vr.
vnrivsWinslow.it was necessary to
Weak Eye Are made Stronj.
.1 TWWift.'B T.lt.t.lo T!iirlv ju ..in!nn miiia Moor st.vps removed
tune wi wnx. ' " - uiu laiuu j . ... lfa
m : rn. cnfTorlntr frnm j llilc np snro fVPS nf anV UDDiy ICCCIICS LU puiaiaw.nu xig-'"
constipation, biliousness, sick-head- Uind speedily and effectually cured by smokers. To the no small ro ot
a :he, indigestion or other stomach or the use 0f Sutherland's Jvigic .eye
livnr t.rmihlns. I eoivn Tt.s nut nnin tubes, and so n
...w. io....... X '
lm Stormes Drug Store.
Pemberton & Son, of norse Cave,
bought four good mules from wheat will not be half of the aver
a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Stor
the doctors respectively in attendance,
both the leeches they are creatnresof
very strong vitality presently re
leased their hold and were observed to
drop dead. So notable was this fact
that the experiment was tried or ap-
impure blood will cause pimplest farmers in Allen county, Ky., at prices lge yieM in Gwen County-the heads Llving leeches to other patients who
hlotches. skin eruptions and a wretch, ranging from $70 to $100. verv iieht. v. man), for avroc
blotches, skin eruptions
ed complexion. Electric Bitters is the
best medicine In the world to regulate
stomach, liver and kidneys and to pu-
ify the blood. It gives strong neives
Coughed 25 years
I suffered for 25 years with a cough,
and scent hdndreds of dollars with
bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich doctors and for medic.ide to no avail
complexion. It will make a gooo iook- untu i umju us. u j.
l nrnmon nf ft riin-flOWn fiV- II, llllSilVCU 1UY "It. f.vj.v..
invalid. Only 50 cents at R. E. Mc- Grantsburg,
TinhArtR'. Druor Store. - lm btore.
are very llgnt. re then unoer treatment for exces-
What you want Is not temporary re sVe ciearette smoking, and In every
lief from piles but a cure to stay cur- wse the leeches died almost immediate
TnWit,t.'s With Hazel Salve cures iv. Distinct traces of the dangerous
nlles. and they stay cured. empyreumatic oil that is given off by
lm Stormes Drug Store.
w. T,. f!aldwelL Danville. Ky., sold
t ibacco under certain conditions were
found in the leeches. The same experi
mentwas tried with excessive pipe
McRoberts Drug to Henry Kersting, of Missouri, one smokers, witn no apparent Injury to
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