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1 6 Laura Burnside 250
17 Mrs J B Kemper Marks
bury 250
I8 Ettie Gulley Lancaster 250
19 Janie Middleton Judson ioo
20 Thos L Nailor 100
21 Jennie BroaddusMcCreary ioo
22 James E Todd Lancaster ioo
23 Mariah Harrisf ioo
1 24 Mrs G M Patterson 100
25 Miss Mag Patterson ioo j
26 J ptha Onstott Stone ioo
27 Miss Minnie Wearren Tea
tersville 100
28 Mrs Mag Wilmont Gilberts
Creek Ioo
29 MrsW B Mason Lancaster 50 I
30 Miss Georgia Petty Lan
r caster 50 4
3 Joe Melton Sweeney 50
32 J LHoltzclaw Preachers
lie 50
tin Lancaster 50
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For SaleA nice Jersy cow Apply
at this office
Uncle Josh Spruceby at Opera House
next Thursday night
Large line of Coal Vaces at Low
Watchjfor Uncle Josh Spruceby pa
r de next Thursday Its great
Nice line of fruits nuts and can
dies always on hands at Faulconer
Important Notice
old accounts mustoesettled atI
This means all who are indebt
G S Gaines
has moved his den
Blue Grass
it ya
shop into
5 shoemaker I
Te clothier also
y Steer
house 4th Monday in
ale red weight 750 under
Jht ear Owner can get same o
Ing for this notice and for keep
fj J Thompson Preachersville
Mr G S Gaines has purchased the
beautiful lot of Capt Sam Miller on t
Danville street for 900 He will erect t
a handsome dwelling thereon early I
next spring This is one of the pret c
tiest building sites in town and has 1
been wanted by many prospective c
Too Cold for the Brethrent
The fifth Sunday Missionary andI
Sunday Sehool Meeting South Dist
trict Association Baptist church was
arranged to be held here last Satur
and but the weather
day Sunday kept j
nearly all of the delegates at homet
A few came however and the meet
ings heldt
Masons Elect Officers t
The annual election of officers of I
Lancaster Lodge No 104 was held i
last week and resulted as follows i
Louis Landram master J Joseph c
senior warden Joe E Robinson juni l
or warden H Kinnaird secretary D f
G Ross treasurer A T Anderson s
tyler The following appointments 1
were then made E M Walker seni l
or deacon Alec Bishop junior deacon
Tom Adams and Robert Whittaker
stewards Rev Ira Partin chaplainJ
W C T U Concert I
The Western Star Concert Company l
have been engaged by the W G T U
for an entertainment Jan 26th AsI
this is one of the best concert compa 1
nies now traveling in America and 1
having given entertainments all over 1
Europe with great success our peat
pIe should show their appreciation of i
such rare artists by giving them a t
rousinghouse and thus aid one of theE
greatest societies for good in theworld il
The Southern Extending
The following taken from the Louiss
ville Times shows that the spirit of
extending is warm with the Southern
Railway and italso has a strong bear I t
Ing upon the building of tiroad 1
through here As the Cincinnati
Southein is now taxed to its utmost I
to handle the Southerns work of I
course other means will have to beE
procured tobaul the business when
Times says
The Southern railway has set aside J
1000000 for the building of an ex S
tension between Chattanooga Tenn i
an Stevenson Ala The distance is
thirtyeight miles An entrance into C
Chattanooga is now secured by theC
Southern oVer the Nashville fhattJi J
nooga and St Louis Two surveys 1
have been made One provides for a a
tunnel under Lookout Mountain and 1
the other which would be longer will
be less expensive The road wiube t
built at once a
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Go to Logan Robinson for heavy
boots and shoes
I am standing a nice Jersey Bull at
100 cash m25tfj R L ELGIN
Fuller S Sympson have decided to
continue their sale of queensware at
cost a few days longer
Fine new stock of aordians and
guitan r
strings at J O Tholons
For Sal
21 nice 850 to 900 lb steers and 13
Johnston or Sons
Telegraph Office moved
Clay Hamilton has moved the tel
egraph office to Dr Kinnaird s office
just one door below the old place
J houses have been filled
uality of this much
ters crop of
ling next
flexi s
reet and
er before to
lis customers
nry sexton at the Lan
every tells us there were
interments there during
r This is much smaller than
i and speaks well for the heal
y condition of the town especially
when it is remembered that many
country people now bury there
To Ambitious Young Men
Write immediately to Wilbur R
Smith for 23 years President of the
Commercial College Kentucky Uni
versity Lexington Ky for circulars
of this responsible and influential col
lege Bookkeeping Shorthand and
Typewriting and Telegraphy taught l
Graduates successful In order that j
your mail reach this college address
only Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky
Big Ingin1 Eothwell proprietor of
Dripping Springs was in town this
week and gave us a pressing invita s
tion to go home with him and spend f
the winter The springs are some r
miles from any settlement and of i
course at this time of year deserted a
but if printers material coal etc a
continue to advance in price and col j
lections do not pick up we will go l
there or some other secluded spot E
not only for the winter but for allI
time to come s
comeSize 1
Size Them Up
A great many colored people have
been appealing for assistance during
the extreme cold weather and have c
of course been supplied with necessi t
ties It would be a mighty good idea 1
to make inquiries as to whether these J
parties worked last summer before be a
ing so kind to them In hot weather a
it was almost impossible to secure a a
cook while a hand to work in gardens a
and at other labor was equally as c
scarce As long as the people help I
such parties through the winter so t
long will they lounge about through t
the summer and refuse to workC
Cemetery Committee
A number of ladies met at Masonic
Hall and organized a Cemetery Com
mittee the object being to secure a
number of improvements of the place S
and assist the sexton and association I
in keeping it neat and pretty Mrs I
Mattie Duncan was elected president I
Mrs Fannie Farra vice president J
IrsJnoE Stormes secretary and I
treasurer These ladies have taken J
great interest in the work and are en a
titled to much praise for the noble t
efforts i
ilefforts BaconAndersont
The marriage of Miss Mary Ander j
son and Mr Frank Bacon of Louis j
ville was solemnized at the residence
of the brides parents Mr and Mrs
John Anderson Monday morning at
ten oclock The ceremony was said
by Dr J L McKee of the Presbyte i
rian church after which the party s
with invited friends sat down to an s
elegant breakfast The parlors were 1
beautifully decorated for the occasion 1
The bride is quite a handsome young a
lady with many accomplishments s
and has man v friends among the young i
society folks The groom is engaged t
in business in Louisville and Jga t
young man quite popular among so s
ciety folks in central Kentucky They 1f
left immediately after the wedding t
for Lexington where they will spend
few days before going to Louisville 1
Upon their arrival in the Falls City a
they will be given a reception by Mr 1
dd Mrs Eel Bacon of that city i
Turkey roasters and carving sets at
Lextno g
ton Cream Flour Faulconer Hern
The Graded School resumed work i
Tuesday the pupils having been much
refreshed by the vacation
The plasterers are rushing their
atwork in the opera house They have
completed their part of the hotel
For Kent
plate glass front with or without Con
crete basement Lancaster Hotel Co
3Change in Hemp Seed
Note ad of W J Laughridge in this
issue Price of hemp seed is changed
from 250 to 22
Hoe Estrayed
Left about 20th Red sow weight
about 180 pounds
E W NORRIS Lancaster
Lancasters coal dealers have been
quite successful in supplying the de
mand so far this winter They have
been doing a rushing business
We carry the handsomest line of
kt ery ever displayed in Lancaster
ifferentshades and shapes
lookat our new wedge wood
Frisbies Pharmacy 2t
omplete line of tooth brushes I
ombs hair brushes sponges trusses
in fact everything that should be kept
in an uptodate drug store Frisbies
Pharmacy 2t
The liverymen in central Kentucky 1
dhave formed an association for the
protection of their stock and other I
matters concerning their business I
They decided to abandon the rubber
tires on their buggies a very wise con
Feed for Sale
Such as corn on the ear crushed t
corn and cob meal Baled hay cutI
fodder straw and hay for making I
chop feed Also the best Blue Gem
and Jellico coals obtainable Give us
a part of your trade at least which s
will be appreciated S T Leavell
Son tfC
It Will Co IIl5hcr
We are getting rich too fast andI
are going to quit the coal business v
We have ten cars of Kensee Jellico K
coal we want to close out at oncet
Also two cars of Altimont and Pittst
burg at lOJc per bushel Buy now it t
will go higher when we quit t
W B Moss Coa
Big Offer
Victor Stone showed us an otter
skin which measured four and onehalf
feet in length It was caught in the
rGarr hole on Dix river last week
Victor paid a stiff price for the skin
and will doubtless make a good profit
as they are quite valuable In the
jaws were found several broken fish
hooks which bore the private marks of
Sam Duncan and which he promptly
recognized as having lost on what he
supposed were big fish at the Garr hole
last summer
Up Goes Paper
The price of paper like this is print
ed on is still going up It is now
thirtythree and a third per cent
higher than it was this time last year
and indications point to a still further
advance At this price pars that
are being sent out at a dollar a year
are catching it in the neck right along 7
and many are forced to raise the price
of subscriptfon We will not raise the t
price of THE RECORD however but
there are a few names upon our list
that will go into the hands of an offi
cer soon in order to help us with
stand the storm
Spains Greatest Need
Mr E P Olivia of Barcelona
Spain spends his winters at Aiken
C Weak nerves has caused severe
pains in the back of his head On
using Electric Bitters America
greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all
pain soon left him He says this grand
medicine is what his country needs
All America knows that it cures liver
and kidney trouble purifies the blood
tones up the stomach strengthens the 71
nerves puts vim vigor and new life
into every muscle nerve and organ of
the body If weak tired or ailing you
need it Every bottle guaranteed on
ly 50 cents Sold by R E McRoberts
Druggist A Quiet Christmas 1m
As Mr E M Walkers health would I
not permit his remaining on the
streets at night he resigned as mar
shal and the Council appointed Jim r
Pearce to act until anew man was se
lected Jim Hamilton was sworn in
as deputy and the new men at once
served verbal notice upon the YO inI
roosters who usually bombard the
town that no shenanigin would be
tolerated Thee latter knew whichi
side of their staff of life was spread
with oleomargarine so took them at
their word A few scattering shots
were fired but the usual hullaballou I
was omitted People living in town
and for several miles out extend a
vote of thanks to the vi ileac police
Come to Haseldens for a nice coffee
or tea pot
For Sale
A few choice cattle shoats Tom
Adams near Camp Dick Robinson
We can take all the butter and eggs
you can bring us Top prices
Have your prescriptions compound
ed at Frisbies Pharmacy Nothing i
but the purest and besj drugs used
As nearly all members of the old
band have joined the Odd Fellows
lodge they will reorganized apd play
for the work in that order
The telephone exchange is preparing
a new card which THE EECOUD ofllce
will print this week Btter put in a
phone and get on the card
The Social and Industrial club was
handsomely entertained yesterday af
ternoon by Miss Julia Mae Gaines A
delightful lunch was served and the
time spent pleasantly
Taxable Property
City Clerk W II Wherritt tells
THE RECORD the recent assessment
of town property shows the value at
838817 tithes 387 dogs 72 The tax
rate will be fixed later on
On and after Jan 1st 1000 we will
change locts for one single hitch 25c
for 1 single hay and 35cts for 1 feed
Enterprise Livery and feed Stable
We want four thousand pounds ofI
butter and six thousand doz eggs 4
Bring them in at once and get top
price and remember we save you I
money on goods bought at our store
A False Report
Some scamp desiring to work injury r
to Mr Bastin has been circulating I
the report that a charge of 150 per
month will be made for use of tele
phones This is without foundation
No advance in charges will De made
and your phone will only cost you thet
small sum of 81 per month The ex
change is being constantly improved r
The firm of Yeager Rice the i
Danville liverymen has been dissol I
ved Mr Rice retiring He will go to f
Kansas City and take a position with 1
the street railway He asks us to r
thank his Garrard county friends for i
their patronage Mr Yeager will con a
tinue the business at the same place it
and asks a continuance of your trade c
Fuller Sympsons is the place to
get your candies and fruits toat
Smokers and chewers will find what
they want if they will go to Frisbies
Pharmacy 2t
Top price paid for butter eggs rab
bits etc bring them in at once
Our line of perfumes soaps toilet
articles etc is complete Come and
give us a trial FrisbiesPharmacy 2t I
Money to LOaa i
Any amounts from 8100 to 1000 to
suit borrower Terms easy
tf J C IlEMrniik
Prescriptions brought to us will be
in competent hands We use nothing
but the purest and best drugs the mar
ket affords Frisbies Pharmacy 2t
The snow which fell Friday was
packed securely by the wind and re i
mains with us with little prospect for
a thaw
O G Speaks has bought of Mrs
Jno Arnold the property opposite
Judge R A Burnsides on Danville
Eld R Lynn Cave of Lexington
preached as the Christian church Sun
day morning and evening He is a
minister of great ability and his dis
courses were listened to with much
Another New Store
Mr Will Ball has rented the bm
vacated by H M Ballou and rill put J
in a stock of groceries lIe haShs
much experienc4 what business and I
ought to do well J
Procure a Ticket
Messrs Beazley Hemphill ha
had tickets printed and fflfva g
the hacks must have one fir the dri
ver before he can haul passengers
This is a good idea as it makes it
more convenient for both parties
They make special rates for funerals A
Will have Charge Again
U D Simpson will have charge of
the Mason Hotel again this year and
will continue to keep up its present
reputation for good attention and
firstclass fare Under the supervis
ion of Mrs Simpson the culinary de
partment is far ahead of any to be
found at the average hotel Mr and
Mrs Simpson desire to thank their
many patrons for the liberal patronage
given them in the past They have S <
also rented the Hamilton house but N
will be sub rented to parties for a NI
Is a new metal which will not
tarnish and always looks neat We
have a complete line of
Chafing and Ser
living tjj x Dishes
Coffeepots Tea Pots Gi
PitcherspSugar Bo
made of this ware Ivhichl
most servicable you can I
Table Cutlery
Vaces and V
Funeral Directors
Arterial and Cavity Embalming
A Specialty
Full Line of
dFurniture and Carpets
K C Branch
Soathbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 1110 XK
Northbnd Mixed 535 r X
North bnd r83SgrII 252 aY
Nonchbndt 1239 JX
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p Iii bid Goodbye to the year 1899 and ex
D Itend to the NEW YEAR a hearty 4
F i welcomeThis
D This store is grateful for the gen 11 D
I I erous patronage it has enjoyed and we I p
D I 4ltrust that we have earned your confie D
dence by deserving it confieI
b I
idence Goodbye I 991
I You gave us many new friends and J I
S made us more solid with the old qnesI
Youproved again that such merit as 1
I lies in our business methods is bound
iTto winsWe part from you grateJ
p fully but expectantly for we are sure t
1 1900 will do even more for us than you J
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