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Our stock of Fall and Winter Shoes is the finest in Central Kentucky, and We defy Competition on I
Quality or Prices.
la Overcoats, we simply surpass all competitors, and can show you the Nobbiest, Best and Most styiish garments to be seen anywhere.
Oar line of Under wear is Complete and Handsome. See these garments before making your selection.
Remember, We handle nothing but the best goods Money ean buy.
THURSDAY Septeniber28I89g
We spared neither time nor .
money in securing the
3aU JlfltiUnety
Ever shown in Lancaster.
Our stock is now in, and .on
display. We ask you to
1 m i mi 1
Cyrus Doty, of Lexington, is visit
ing friends here.
Hon. Sam Stone, of Madison, was
in town Monday.
Miss Nellie Dillon has returned
from a visit to Stanford.
Capt. TV. J. Kinnaird, has returned
to his home in Middlesboro.
Judge O. F. Tillett, who has been
critically ill, is much better today.
Theo. Currey has accepted a position
in It. H. Batson's Dry goods store.
, Mrs. J. "W. Sweeney has returned
from a visit to Louisville relatives.
Miss 3Iortie Nave, of Danville, is
visiting her cousin, Mrs. Jim Dunn.
Mr. George Smith, of London, has
been visiting his cousin, E. G. Brown.
Miss Annie Austin is in Miss Lillie
Noel's millinery store for the fall
Messrs Jack Rout and Al Price, of
Stanford, were visitors in this city
Miss Grace Kinnaird is very much
improved and now thought to be out
of danger.
Miss Alice Hudson has returned
from a pleasant visit to friends in
Augusta, Ky.
Mrs. Chas. Richardson and baby, of
Somerset, are visiting her father, Mr.
J. G. Sweeney. ,
Miss Pauline Arnom, of JelHce,
Tenn., is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Louise Arnold.
Mrs. Oma Logan, of Danville is vis
iting her nieces, Misses Bettie and
Hattie Arnold.
Mr. Robert L. Salter and wife, of
Danville, were here the past week
visiting relatives.
Mrs. J. D. Boaine and daughter, of
' Nelson county, have been vititing rel
atives in this city.
Miss Mary Anderson is expected
. home this week from several months
visit to Lexington.
When in Danville, call on
School Books,,
Miss Nellie Marrs spent Saturday
and Sunday with Miss Jennie Burn
side, at Paint Lick.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jennings, of
Paint Lick, spent Sunday with J. C.
Thompson and family.
Joe Waters represented the Lincoln
many names tu its nsu.
Miss Mertie Walker, of Perryville,
accompanied by Mr. Davis, visited
Mrs. E. W. Arnold Sunday.
Miss Mitchell, how has been visit
ing her friend, Mrs. Hollie Carlton,
has returned to Mitchelsburg.
Mrs. Ruthford Blanton, of Rich
mond, has been here a few days teach
ing a large class in battenberg work.
Miss Bettie Anderson leaves this
week for Lexington to spend the win
ter with her sister, Mrs. W. J. Brown
ing. Miss Hattie Arnold returned home
last Wednesday from a very pleasant
visit to relatives and friends in Dan
ville. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jones, of Win
chester, and Mrs. C. -M. Richardson,
of Somerset, are visiting Mr. J. G.
Mrs. G. M. Patterson and little
daughter, Grace Helen, have gone on
a trip to New York, Buffalo, Niagra
and Boston.
Mr. J. H. Hurt, of Hyattsville, will
return in a few days from a six weeks
trip to Petoskey, Mich., and other
points on the great lakes.
Rev. R R Noel, of Stanford, was
here Monday. He is soliciting for the
Lincoln Democrat and says he is
meeting with much success.
Miss Mary Tumey, of Danville, has
been visiting her brother, Mr. W. S.
Tumey, previous to starting South,
where she will spend some time.
Senator Geo T. Farris is at home
from a month's stay in the shoe house
he represents in Louisville. lie will
again take "the road" this week.
Miss Pearl Phillips has been placed
in charge of the Telephone Exchange,
and her excellent work is being highly
complimented by the subscribers.
Miss Jennie Arnold, who spent the
summer with her uncle, Mr. J. M.
Higginbotham, and other relatives,
has returned to Guthrie, Oklahoma.
There is a church choir, up -in the
north-east corner of the state of
Maine, composed of five ladies, the to
tal weight of which tips the beam at
1,000 pounds.
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. F. Denman is critically ill at
their home in Nicholasviile. Mr. and
Mrs. Alex West were called there by
telephone Tuesday.
Wm. O. and Casey Owsley were here
Saturday. They leave shortly for
Mexico to spend the winter. While
Casey looks a litole the worse for wear,
yet he is rapidly gaining ground and
will soon be all right.
Mr. R. L. Elkin, Master Dan, and
Miss Francis Collier have returned
from Atlanta. Mrs. JElkin will remain
in that city under treatment of Dr.
W. S. Elkin. She has improved in
health since going south.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker and little Pat
tie Duncan, of Buckeye, were the
guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Marshal Eason, Saturday and Sunday.
Little Patties health is semewhat im
proved. A telegram Monday announced the
arrival of a girj baby to bless the
union of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Fris
bie, at their home in 0.nahi. The
Tablets, Inks,
little lady was named Gladys May.
The Record joins many friends in
extending congratulations to the clev
er father, charming mother and the
little Miss.
Mr. Gus nofmann and handsome
little son, Eddie, of Crab Orchard
Springs, were in town Monday. Mr.
Hofmann has just recovered from a
severe spell of fever which attacked
him in the height of the season and
interfered greatly with the running
of the hotel. He says the report that
the property had been sold is abso
lutely without foundation, and there
is no talk of such a move. The hotel
is kept open all the year, and guests
can always have good accommoda
tions. The Keeley Institute is flour
ishing, and has quite a number of pa
tients on hand.
A Word to Mothers.
Mothers of children affected with
croup or a severe cold need not hesi
tate to administer Chamberlain's
Co'jgh Remedy. It contains no opi
ate nor narcotic in -any form !and may
be given as confidently to the babe as
to an adult. The great success that
has attended its use in the treatment
of colds and croup has won for it- the
approval and praise it has received
throughout the United States and in
many foreign lands. For sale by R.
E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm
Real Estate Bouglit and Sold
I am in a position to advertise prop
erty and to get fair prices for it.
Please consult me if you have any to
dispose of, or if you desire to purchase
The Graded School and an era of gen
eral prosperity, with a prospect for
water-works and another railroad,
have caused a number to seek homes
in our city, and the value of property
has been enhanced. Although seven
teen residences have gone up, this
year, there is not a vacant house in
the city, and even building lots will
soon be in demand. Until it is settled
that the new railroad will be built, I
offer the following property at the
very low prices:
No. 1. A handsome residence, of 10
rooms, with two cisterns and all nec
essary out-buildings, beautifully loca
ted on Danville avenue. There are
fifteen acres of land attached, with a
front of G90 feet, thus furnishing
building lots, which can be sold at
good prices. The property is owned
by Mrs. H. C. Kauffman and can be
bought at the low price of $5,000.
No. 2. A valuable brick residence,
of eight rooms, on Lexington avenue,
known as the Dr. O. P. Hill property.
This is one of the best houses in the
city and is well located, in a quiet
neighborhood. There is an abundance
of fruit and water, ornamental and
shade trees, a fertile garden and eve
rything necessary to make it highly
attractive and desirable. There are
four acres of land attached, furnish
ing three good building lots. For the
present this property can be bought at
the very low price of $4,500.
I will show the above property to
any one desiring to purchase. I will
handle farms on reasonable terms. No
sale no pay. M. D. Hughes.
October Scrlbners.
Good short stories abound in the
October number. There are two of
Joel Chandler Harris's amusing "Min
ervy Ann' stories; there is another
O'Connor tale by W. H. Browne; a
new writer, Judson Knox, tells a story
of the humanizing of a bank-teller
(illustrated); Brander Mathews con
tibutes "In the Small Hours," and
Quillcr-Couch's serial rapidly appro
aches its dramatic climax.
&c. a Specialty.
Mare Local.
Superintendent's Notlcrs.
The election notices and poll sheets
for the election of trustees, which is
to take place the first Saturday in Oc
tober, are now at the Superintendents
office. Trustees will please call and
get these notices.
Teachers will please call and get
their term reports.
tf. Elisa J. Ldsk, Co., Supt.
The City Council would do a wise
act if they would require the patent
medicine and other fakirs to move out
to the suburbs. These swindlers rake
in many dollars nearly every court
day, and it is strange that men buy
from them. Lancaster has two of the
best drug stores in the state, and if
you want medicine go to them; they
will not swindle you.
For Hos Killing.
Benge & Miller have constructed
first-class slaughter pens and are pre
pared to kill and dress your hogs or
cattle at reasonable figures. The pens
are located at end of Totten avenue
and are up-to-date in every particular.
Have your meat killed where it can be
properly handled and by expert hands.
A Valut Lick Enterprise.
Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by
Adams & Fish, Paint Lick, is meeting
with ready sale every where. Persons
who have used it say it's a marked
success and a sure cure for Fistula,
Polevil, Swinney, Scratches, Enlarge
ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on
a written guarantee, and money re
funded if not as represented. For sale
by R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster.
Bis Times at JTIIddl- nbro.
Middlesboro 's preparing to put
the big pot in the little one on the
5th, 6th and 7th of next month. She
will have a Grand Fair and Midway,
one bigger and better than has yet
been attempted by any town in the
state. A. M. Kinnaird is secretary,
and informs us that neither time nor
money will be spared in making the
arrangements complete in every de
tail. Low rates will be given by the
railroads and this will be a fine time
for our people to visit the Magic City.
A Few Pointers.
I. am prepared to furnish you a ready-made
or a tailor made, all wool
suit at prices ranging from $7.50 to
$30. Pants at. $2.50 to $9. Overcoats
at -16.50 to $25. Fits .and quality
guaranteed, as our many" customers
will testify. Prices are uniform and
yieid a very small profit. I will com
pare prices, quality and fits with any
house.. Wanamaker & Brown sell
only good quality, and operate the
largest and oldest house in the nation.
They sell at a small profit, and the
quality sold brings in a good revenue.
900 samples to select from. A fine
line of excellent hosiery and under
wear to select from, at Philadelphia
prices. I will appreciate a call and
insure perfect satisfaction. A chance
for a $5 pair of pants will be given for
each $5 worth of poods purchased, and
the customer who guesses nearest to
Goebel's plurality over Taylor will-receive
the pants. Boys and young men
under 35 breast measure, can have a
suit cut and made to measure, fit
guaranteed, at a saving of 25 per cent,
as I represent the only Boy's tailoring
house in the country. Suits tailor
made at $4.50 to 6.85, 10 and $12. Over
coats 7,00 to $9. Extra quality and
superior workmanship. Buy early and
get the best. M. D. Hughes, Ag't.
Adjoining New Hotel.
Best Soda
Ian Ittaclarcn on The Cnnrcn.
It has been known for some time
that Ian Maclaren has been critically
studying modern church methods,
and the results are now to be made
public in The Ladies' Home Journal.
His first article is called "The Candy
Pull System in the Church," and in
this he frankly states what many have
felt but have scarcely ventured to
publicly assert with regard to social
tendencies of the church. The great
English author will then handle "The
Mutineer in the Church," and after
that answer the somewhat statling
question, "Should the Old Minister
be Shot?"
Notice of Election.
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
day, November seventh, eighteen hun
dred and ninety-nine, from seven
o'clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m.,
continuously, an election will be held
in and for the City of Lancaster, Ken
tucky, by the qualified electors of said
city, to determine whether said city
shall incur an indebtedness of fourteen
thousand dollars for the purpose of
furnishing said city with water, (fifty
fire hydrants), for seven years. Said
indebtness to be paid in seven equal
annual installments. The amount
therefore necessary to be raised an
nually by taxation is two thousand
dollars. R. Kinnaird, Mayor,
of city of Lancaster, Ky.
Att: W. II. Wheuritt. Clk.
The United States purchased $!,C00
000 worth of sisal grass from Mexico
during the last fiscal year, more than
the combined purchases of the two
previous years.
RHOEA. A prominent Virginia Editor Had Al
most Given up, but Was Drought
Back to perfect Health, by
Chamberlain's Colic Choi
erea and Diarrhoea
From the Times, Hillstille, Va.
I suffered with Diarrhoea for a long
time and thought I was past being
cured. I had spent much time and
money and suffered so much misery
that I had almost decided to give up
all hopes of recovery and await the
result, but noticing theadvertisement
of Chamberlain'sColic, Cb.olera and
Diarrhoea Remeow and also some tes
timonials stating now some pnderful
cures had been wrought bythis rem
edy, I decided to try UV-Af ter taking
a few doses I was entirely well of that
trouble, and I wish to say further to
my readers and fellow-sufferers that 1
am a hale and hearty man to-day and
feel as" well as 1 ever did in my life.
O. R. MOOE2L, Sold by R. E. McRob
erts, Druggist, -.-i-
Oats is considered the best grain for
sheep by all breeders.
His Life was Sared.
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.
Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at R. E. McRoberts' Drug
Store: every bottle guaranteed, lm
Water in tOfam.i
We make special Attention of
Nice combined "horses always on
hand for sale.
Farm for Sale.
Lies one mile "West of Paint Lick-
station and
Contains 102 3-4 acre3.
Will be sold publicly,
October, 7, 1899,
On premises. For particulars, address
H. L. Wallack,
Paint Lick, Ky.
( 120,000.00
A. R.DMST, President.
Jno. E. Stormis, Vice President.
S. C. Denny, Cashier.
I. F. Robinson. Jr.. R. T. Emdky.
Ass't Caab'r. Book-Keeper
Sam 1. D.Cochran Jas Spllman,
Alex. R. Denny. A.C.Robinson.
W. R. Cook. L. Davidson,
Jno. E Stormes.
Tuesday, Oct. 3d, i8gg.
Ila.lng rented my farm with the Intention
of noving my location, I will offer at public
sale at ray home 3 miles west of Camp Dick
RoblnKB the following list of live stock, farm-
Jng Implements mad hoasehold furniture :
3 JSD?is. (3 1b foal), 1 combined mare, 4
head Jersey BYlIfc"C0W2 fine calves, 10
head hogs, 1 3-horse wagon, i Peering mo w-
er, 1 '97 steel hay rake, 1 "Malu" cnltlvhC?r, U
lamp seat surrey, jo tons clover ana timothy
hay and other kinds of faming Implements,
besides numerous articles of house hold and
kitchen furniture. The sale begins at 2 p. m.
TERMS made known on day of sale.
You Are Going North,
If You Are Going South,
tf You Are Going-East,
If You Are Going West
MM H'inH
The Maximum of Safety,
- The Maximum ef Speed,
The Maximum of Comfort,
The Minimum of Rates.
be chat! Bitty htm taker! ky ,jS:
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0. 6. SWI1BR0AD,
Options on Farms wanted. Money
loaned on Frst Class Real Estate.
New York Life In's. Co.
Thirty-Thousand Acres Val
uable Hardwood Timber and
Mineral Lands for Sale in
South-Eastern Kentucky.
Special Bargains in Blue
Grass Farms.
Lani Saveryor aai Apnt for
Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst
of Pythias, meets every Friday
night in Masonic hall. All vis
iting Knights are fraternally invit
ed. Ed Bishop, C. C.
J. S. Haseujen. K.R.& S
Surplus Fuid
C ratal and Prompt Attention Garaatel
I. X. HiaQimoTHAM Fretlden
Liwib Y. Lxavxix. Vlce-Prealdenl
B. r. Hudson Cuhlet
W. O. Biqwxy Assistant Cash'r
C. CvWalkx Bookleepa
J.S.JoHmoir. t TTAMreuT-
H. O. Ash old, Jx. B. T. Hcmoi.
Aux.Gixbi, J.J.Waiim
Jacob Y. Robinsom.
Dr. R. Goldstein,
The well-known Optician will be afc
the Hamilton Hotel
Tuesday, October 10th 1899.
One day only.
Eyes Examined and glasses scien
tifically adjusted.
UuruUBc Wltbdrmwm at Old Point
The quarantine existing at Norfolk
and Old Point Comfort on account of
yellow fever having been withdrawn,
tbis to notify all concerned that the
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway has re
sumed sale of tickets to Old Point
Comfort and all points affected by the
quarantine. The Bi-monthlyjccur-slons
to Old Point Comfort & ' c-
ond and fourth Tuesdays wh be
resumea commencing wun tne second
Tuesday In September. Round trip
tickets will be $15.00. limited to 21
days. For full laformation write,
Gaa W. Barnby,
DlT.PaM,f. Agt., Lexington, Ky,'

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