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THE CENTRAL RECORD fUMXtHKMTII VMAH LANOASTKK KY Fit DAY SKITKliliKR II 11108 L NflllU4 i 4 They are Coming In Our linos of Fall and Win tor Clothing and Mens Furnishings are beginning to como in You KNOW we aro tho Loaders in ovorything In these lines and this soason wo surpass all pre vious endeavors to ploaso you in both price and quality 1 it r J hJ J j r r t Ie I F I t k 1 I 1iI II WI C j 1A I c H r j It Logant P g s V t 0 t 7f- y t r t r immense r CIs e I 4 J 1 C I Lnrj E 111L I i EJ S 1 S r 1Ii r E N T I R E L Y N E W 1908 Pall Glothin We are very proud Indeed of our selections in Clothing for the coming season and our customers are agreelu with us on this point They do not hesitate to say we have Beauties New Colors New Out Coats Urowns Olives and London gmokes are the leading colors We also have Blacks Blues and Grays nude up with the latest designing We also show you an entirely new cut coat this season which is a sure winner Now a word to the man who has not worn our clothes Look these new styles over this season before you buy and let us have your oplntyn whether you purchase or not We stomp our name on every salt for quality SMITH HEEEING V I 1 I t tI J ii k i a I some I a r r W Troubles fur tho urchins bcitan MUll day Tho dovd crop 1 very fine and many have been slaughtered by tho hunters Tile nlHhtfi have been exceedingly cool this week and a tWo lira early mornings dues not feel uncomfortable Tho Lexington colored fair Is every Lancaster Negro who can scrape up enough money to buy a tick Put every child In nchoot Tip crop of Illiterate cltltcns In now overly largo so train tho young unfT up In tho way they should KO No Peddlers Wanted It In not likely Unit Stanford will be bothered with peddlers hereafter council ntn recent meeting fixed the license nt 500 per year 8250 for six months and 50 per dny Child Labor Law Tho Child Labor Law went Into ef feet Sept 1st No children between the ago of 14 and 10 years are allowed to work without a certificate from the superintendent of schools Big Show at Stanford Tho bluest crowd ever at the Stan ford Opera House Is expected Saturday night Greater Minstrels will make tun Tho show Is larger and better this year 40 musicians and specialty peo plo Held Successful Meeting Eld F M Tinder writes Tho Record from Ml Bourbon county that ho has Just closed a meeting at that place In which ho had 20 ad dlt Ions to tho church He will return to Lancaster and flit his pulpit at tbo regular time Sunday School Opens Tho Lancaster Graded Schools open cd Monday morning with a good at tendance Tho corps of teachers Is unsurpassed and under tho able super vision of Prof Urldgcs much good work Is expected The Institution was never In better condition and under present management tho people have every reason to be proud of It Town Property Sold Hughes Swlnebioad report that Chas S Hallow sold his residence and 3 acres of land on street to Price of Stanford who will move to tho place Wo are glad to welcom Dr Price to our city Mr Hallow will return to his tarn on the KlrkRvlllqpIke Dr PrlcCpafs 26oo for tho property purchased by him Tho U D C The members of tno Mary Walker Price Chapter U DO are requested to bo present at the regular monthly meeting to be held with Mrs Alex Doty Sept 14th promptly at three oclock Important business to bo at tended to before the State Convention which convenes In Dardstown Oct 14 President U D C Mr Patterson Hurt Mr G M Patterson the L ft N agent was seriously Injured by a fall Mon day morning While attempting to climb Into a box car his hold gave way and ho fell to the ground strlk on Ins head and sholdors lie was badly shaken up receiving many bruises and sprains lie Is confined to Ills bed but will probably be back at his post of duty In u few days Good Roads Association In November 1000 an amendment to tho Constitution will bo voted on which will allow State aid in tho build Ing of better roads In order to arouse public sentiment In favor of the amendment and to mold public senti ment In favor of Us a penna nent organization of Good Roads will l o effected at a meeting which by proclamation Gov Wlllson has called to meet at Louisville September 17th during tho State Fair Just Warning Word This Is the season when typhoid fever germs lurk In tho atmosphere ind trash and all kinds of rublsh will cause this germ to take life and bo carried Into tho home There Is Roth ing so unwelcome In the homo as III ness and typhoid fever Is tho Illness that all abhor A llttlo precaution now may iavo several lives and pre vent an epidemic Attend to thlsand see that your premises are free front garbage and tho water you drink Is free from fever germs n eLIThe city when Coburns carrying Carmel Dr At I log adoption draw- Ing performers Richmond a II Wlllott who Is playing cornel nt the flutist mcotlngl8 an old rows paper man and occasionally drops In rune Record onico and sots a few sticks of type Theres no denying the fact that printers Ink will stick to tho Ingot I Returns Smell llourbon tfqws The returns to far inane trim the sale of lambs cattle and hogs have been very remunerative with a correspondingly bad year for most of whom bought on fu tures nnd who met with a declining market One Hourbon county shipper says ho had shipped 6000 lambs and his profits If any would not amount to 125 A Succsss The success of the canning factory at Ilurgln which Is now turning out fifteen thousand cans of tomatoes a day but emphasizes the fact that there are many other crops that can bo grown on Kentucky soil that pay as well or better than tobacco Tho farmers In tho vicinity of liurgln planted ICO acres of tomatoes which will this year 400 bushels to tho aero and are sold to tho cannery at 25 cents per bushel Good Mooting In Progress The meeting In progress at tho Daptlst church Is being well attended and proving of great good to both members and the many others who en Joy the services Rev Mr A K Wright of Washington Is preaching excellent sermons and their effect Is being felt by tho community A feature of the services Is the cornet music furnished by Prof II 0 Wlllett of Paris whoso assistance has been secured during the meeting Services are held at 10 oclock a m and 730 p m A most earrest Invitation Is extended public to attend each service Lot Sates In view of tho tact that there Is a demand for building lots and residence property Is In demand at tho close of each year the undersigned have made arrangements to sell some beautiful building lots on Lexington street and sonic racing an extentlon of lull street both sections being on tho now occupied by Eld F M Tinder Nothing but good residents will be permitted to locate on the property The Improvements now occupied by Eld Tinder and about 13 acres of land will be sold and the entrance to that portion of the property will be alone from II III street For prices and fur ther Information apply to Hughes Swlnebroad CANDIDATES GAUDS To Tho Voters of Garrard County- I am a for nomination for the oNce of Superintendent Schools for Garrard county to tho of tho Democratic party and will appreciate your support 7 tf Hleglns To Tho Voters To tho Democracy of Garrard Coun ty I take this method of announcing to you that I am a candidate for tho olllceof Sherrllf for Garrard county A Robinson to bo my deputy sub ject to tho action of the democratic party G T Bollard To Garrard County Voters lam a for ShcrrllT of Gar rard county to the action of the Democratic party Your support be appreciated and If elected I will put forth my efforts to duties of tho oflluo Jonn Walker will bo my deputy Ross For Congress lion Harvey Helm of Lincoln county Is a candidate for reelection to Congress on the Democratic tick et Your support will be appreciated For County Jailer I am a candidate for the office of jailer of Garrard county to of tho Democratic party and will appreciate To Tho Voters I am a candidate for election to the office of Assessor for Garrard crun ty subject to tho action of tho Domo oratlo and will appreciate your support promising to put best efforts to discharge duties of tho onico faithfully and to tho satlsfao tlon of S Carrier To Tho Voters I am a candidate for the onico of Jailer of Garrard county tc tho action of tho Democratic party and any assistance may sea to irlvo mo will bo greatly appreciated O that average I I I I J supportDave W the property r action discharge Ring Phone No 20 give us your order and our delivery wagon will quickly be at your door with the The Freshest GROCERIES Hvery delicacy for the table Fresh 1ruits Vegetables received daily L G DAVIDSON Here We Are with tho finest boatselected Fall and Winter Wearableso- ver brought to Central Kentucky Our buyer spent many days in the market and sue ceeded in securing the cream of everything new These goods arc arriving every day and we can show you the most beautiful lines you can find anywhere Ladies Vine Dress Goods in great profusion together with everything they S will need for Fall and Winter jg We call especial attention to our extensive and elegant f lines of M Ladies Cloaks and Wraps See them before they are picked over We will make n spcciaty this season of Ladies ReadyMade Suits and Shirt and call your especial attention to our lines We are prepared to please the most fastidious tastes Joseph Mercantile Go Incorporated a IJ L- m M It I stockof I I I I I I I I I I Waists I I I I PLAINT THE SEED FOR THE WIDE WIDE UORLD WE SUPERIOR KENTUCKY WHEAT ill Vulcan Plows HASELDEN BROS A Il k IJ J EEAZLE II tP A Ile rr- w UNDERTAKER Artctlal Cavity oAses on Psavllla Sir ad k 6aI lag fULL LINE Or CASKETS ANU UUKIAL KOBE ALWAYS IN STOCK lI r ri FIELD SEEDS have several varieties of selected reclonncd Seed Wlioat nlso llyo and Tim qthy Wo carry a largo stock of the best grades of c o aii Have just received a car of BALLARDS OBELISK I FLOUR and n car of Genuine Kaimwh SnIt Will be glad to name yoyuprlces on any of tho above mentioned articles BANKS HUDSON 1 THREE POINTS HIg In your favor when you buy from us I Best Quality Low Prices I Good Measure H Give us a trial order and be Convinced I AUSTIN HURT If Coal Brick Sand Lime Comont Laths Shing si los Crushed Stone Rough and Dressed Lumber M Phone 104 Lancaster Ky For anything PaintLine go j u Lm rtAVNWlJl4tNI Vo p 4 1 S t 11 t OOC I ti ftt i rI I 4 V l1h1Ml1 M r I r 00 IIw in the 1 tot FHsbles OOC DRUGSTORE e At Unusual Watch Offer ONLY 600 20year case with genuine American movement FULLY GUARANTEED MORROW Jewelers and Opticians New Line Fiolcard China Just Received m Important Announcement TO ALL MEN Any one wishing a TAILORMADE SUIT should call and see our line of Vail and Winter samples and see if we cant please you All we ask is one y trial order and we feel reasonably sure that you will always want your Clothes made by the W T Brownridtfe Tailoring Co Their Square Deal for Every Man f R S BROWN Uimciiiter Kentucky 11 goldfilled i I I I I t I I MottoA f f NNNN N N NN NN N N t I t I l ri I MCROBEWFS- t ANN N N1 r- p Y up to date t M i i lOENTUALHECOJUISStfRt LOUIS LANDHAM EdrPubr Leonard N Miller Solicitor Knltnd nl Mi toil n AniiMllir ni BttniidCtntt Jall MolltT Member Ky Press Association Eighth Dlitrlot Publishers League Lancaster Ky September It 1908 One often hcatR much about this or that great public problem And without doubt Hiiro are many pbb that need solution There though that Is over present and that has not been solved Reference Is had to tho too prevalent prattle of the American people trying to evade tho different laws that are on the statute books of tho state or na Lion This man thinks that some certain law Is not Intended for him and so ho simplifies the whole matter by Ignoring that purtlcular law Another fellow annuls for himself some other so on through tho whole catalogue of laws Thcro Is but one safe position and that Is to havo all laws enforced If any provo obnoxious or detrimental to the Interests of tho masses repeal It but do not Ignoro It There aro In lon tuckr today laws that do not meet tho demands of tho ago that should be In order that they do not crop out now and then to annoy and harass least expected A good many near politicians would bo doing themselves and their family a distinct service It they would do vote tho same sort of energy applied to party service on tho welfare of their own household One lift at homo Is worth more than a dozen to tho party A lot of loafers will hang around street corners when they should bo at home helping tho good wife with the family washing John Ruskin says free heartedness and graciousness and undisturbed trust and requited love and tho sight of tho peace of others and the Istry to their and the blue sky above you and the sweet waters and flowers of the earth be neath and tho mysteries and presence Innumerable of living things these may yet be here your riches untor mentlng and divine serviceable for time life that Is nor It may bo with out promise of that which Is to come It would no doubt bo a distinct gain to the state It tho number of lawyers sent to the legislature be limited to a very few It Is a fact that the average lawyer In tho legislature Is much better hand at detecting flaws In laws after they are on tho statute books than be was In seeing the de feels in the bill while It was pending before the lawmaking body of the state A man down In Texas recently swallowed a silver dollar and would not consult a doctor for fear tho man of physic would force him to cough up two and not being an advocate of the tree coinage even at tho ratio of two to one be Is just going to wait until ho Is good and ready before ho resumes specie payment Tho speech of acceptance has grown since the days of Lincoln That distinguished American could say ho would accept in a speech of lets than two hundred words And Til den did not find it necessary to bur den the public with a long dlsserta Non of all the Issues of the campaign Bob Ingersoll said Justice Is the worship Love Is the only priest Ignorance is the only slave Is the only good Tho time to be happy Is now The place to be hap py Is here Time way to be happy Is to mako other people happy When a man finds himself out of harmony with his fellows It Is time for him to take a vacation and while absent take an inventory of himself and see where ho Is shy of time things that his friends do most admire Tho Society for time Suppression of Unnecessary Noises will bo a mighty busy lot of people from now until tho November election Most of the campaign speeches will be made up of unnecessary noise Tho candidate who attempts to satisfy all the people has a mighty big Job on his hands and It ho attempts to carry out his Intentions he will end up with a very meager vote Wonder if tho rubber trust will not make a gumshoe campaign rather an expensive affair They Take Tho Out I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for many years with Increasing satisfaction They take the kinks out of stomach liver and bowels without fuss or savs N II Drown of Plttsflold Vt Guaranteed satisfac tory at McRoberU drug store 25o Of Atheism They that dewy a God destroy mans moblWyj for certainly man U of kin to the beasts by hi body and he be not of kin to by bid spirit he II base and ignoble lure flacon For Sprained Ankle A sprained ankle may be cured In about one third tho time usually by applying Chamberlains rain Balm freely and giving It abso lute rest For sale by F P Frlsble Jm I lit aunt lawand est f mID- I painthese a Kinks tm II ere a I leone repealed when only happiness frictions s required Alllo Dunn had been In Lcxlng ton fur a short stay Mrs Graven of Winchester ban been visiting llosslo ration Miss into Farllo mid Mr Hum Purlin visited relatives In Mercer last vceic Mrs Jno Davis and children of Dan vlllc vlMtcd Mrs Mute Scott lust week Misses Eliza isms and Kato Moore attended tho Institute at unction City Mtas Anna Steele Cook of Is tho guest of friends and rcla lives hero E Adams and daughter tic have been Visiting Mr Adams at Slmrpsburg Misses Elizabeth Bryant and Hello Hurko wore guests ot friends at Junction City lost week MuTIno Norris was In Burgln to see her brother Mr Smith Williams who continues quite III Miss Hester Patton Is at homo again after an extended visit to Mrs Chatlcy Collier ot Fork Ridge Tcnn Mr botcher Christopher has return cd to his homo at Somerset after spend hag tho summer hero with relatives Miss Maymo Ballard and Messrs Sam Rose and Bryan Ballard attended tin danceatSomersot last Thursday night Mrs W T Woolfolk and daughters Misses Anna Leo and Marguerite ot Lexington catno over Wednesday for a short visit to Mrs W J Hogan Rev Martin of Iowa Is conducting time protracted services which began at Pleasant Grovo church Sunday morning Every ono Is cordially Invlt cd to attend Mr James Burnsldo has gone to Mid dlesboro to attend the Annual Confer onto of tho Methodist church Ho will visit his daughter Mrs Charley Collier before returning home Miss Clara Bennett of Louisville will arrive about the 20th and bo with Mrs Josephine Boner again this sensor as trimmer Miss Bennett Is well known hero and her numerous friends are delighted to know she will return Mrs Boner will have an elegant line of tall and winter milliner and will bo pleased to have all her friends and cus tomors call and see her before going elsewhere Miss Bennett does not need an Intrpductlon to this commu nity as she has been here for savors years and her trimming has always gl v en satisfaction A Knocker J CGoodwln of Reldavllle N 0 says Bucklers Arnica Salvo Is a sure enough knocker for ulcers A bad one came on my leg last summer but that wonderful salvo knocked it out in a few rounds Not even a scar remain cd Guaranteed for piles sores burns etc 25c at R E drug store 1m MAHKSBUHV I Mrs Smith has been quite sick for tho past week Mr N I Bogle of Lexington was hero on business last week Will Hensley bought of O A Robin son a pair of work mules for 350 Dr Webb of Jessamine county was hero last week the guest of Mr M F RoutMr Jeff Dunn who Is In business In Lexington Is spending the week at homeMrs J W Flowers and children of Louisville are guests of Mrs Jeff Dunn this week Mr Mark Gems was recently kicked by a borse leaving a deep flesh wound on the arm Mr William Henslcy Is feeding 450 hogs for different parties at 41 and Co per pound Mr and Mrs T 1 Herring have return cd from a weeks visit to relatives In Lincoln county Mr Benjamin Robinson left Monday Lexington where be will enter College Uncle Brice Kemper a colored man died of dropsy at his homo on Sugar Creek last Saturday afternoon Miss Anna Steele Cook came over from Lexington to spend several days with Miss Lula Simpson Messrs John and George Eager will leave In a short time for a trip to Texas and New Mexico Mrs Bettlo Iemper who has been tho guest of Mrs Margaret Sutton has returned to liar homo In Kansas City Mr Joo Tuggle of Norfolk Va has returned home after making a short visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Tug gleThe Ladles Working Society will meet with Miss Jennie Pollard next Thursday All tho members are Invlt ed to beprcsent Misses Lucile and Zllla Dawes two charming young ladles of Georgetown who havo been visiting Misses Anna Kay and Margaret Jenkins have ro turned home How to pet Strong Daly of 1247 W Congress St Chicago tolls of a way to become strong Ho says My mother who Is old and was very feeble Is deriving so much benefit from Electric hitters teal its my duty to toll those who need a tonlo and strengthening medicine stout It In my mothers case a marked gain In flesh has re t sulttd Insomnia has been overcome and she steadily growing stronger Electric Bitten quickly remedy stain ach liver and kidney complaints Sold uuder guarantee at R K Mullah a orts drug store 60o 1m Remember the Goddard stock and Implement 12th at IJarrods I I I I I I 1 I I I Jilt Mrs T Mal- R L mourning for Oklahoma PJ I sale YANr81IliI I Miss buss Lexington Patti Sure enough that Sept 0 i Bring mo your eggs W 11 Ward Fresh Oysters at ImulorM o 11 1m Ono eRr load of Owcnsboro wagon at live and prices Curt liras stock cud Implement sale at Hurrodsburg Sept higgles client fur 30 W J Romans Fresh served In any style at oil 1m It E Goddiird inn sold his barn and will a big lot of stock and Implements Sept 12th Reed wheat aunt fur wile 8 14 tt thanks Hn Headquarters for Vulcan plows miners cafe for Oysters In any style Stockmen wilt bo Interested In the sale of It E stock and menu which takes place at Harrods burg Sept 12th I will sell any article In store at cost for cash or trado groceries to any tiling on earth W Olltf Dallards Obullflk flour anti genuine Kanawha Salt Banks Hudson Our granite and china warn must bo closed out at once regardless of cost 6 11 tt Ward Jet your roofing Guttering Pumps and tllo at onn Bros It vou want a good oil liny Ballard Obelisk flour and genuine Kanawha Suit Bunks 14 Having sold his barn R E Goddard tine business and other horses Sept 12 at Harrodsburg Old Hickory wagons at reduced seta es for 20 W J Romans 011 Vulcan Plows and plow points 8 21 tf Hnscldcn Bros Dont forget tho Old Hickory walton Is stronger and runs than other wagons W I Humans Fresh celery grapes and all kinds of fruits at 0 11 lui Seed wheat and rvo for sale 8 14 tt Banks Hudson Fresh lassie made bread and cakes every day at Xlmmeri 0 11 lui Get my prices on Old Hickory wag ons before you buy W J Romans Now Is the time to get bargains in Surrles Buggies Carte and Harness at Conu Brothers Wanted Car of scrap Iron old rags and Junk 21 H B Notice Is herewith given that the firm of Sutton Ward has this day been dissolved Mr Sutton retiring Sept 8 1103 Watch for the spotted horse and give the boy your order Phone 50 S D Turner Fur low ftnd delivery call up CO Turner I do not want to carry my largp stock of buggies through the winter Come get ono while they aro so cheap 0 11 W J For Sale house and lot on Crab Or chard street R L Hogan 4t I am overstocked with buggy and wagon harness For I will give you the bargain you over lad W J Romans 0 11 It you desire any magazine publish ed I can save you money bits Dollle Brown Store Cloud On account of Now Year our store will be Saturday Sept 20 We will also bo on It being the ot Atone ment Joseph Mercantile Co tt Save Me Your Orders Having arranged to work Garrard and Madison counties for the Knox vlllo Nursery Co I ask my to save their orders for W 0 Armstrong Ballard House U To Owners of Dogs The dog tax Is now doe Call and settle same at once Tho law does net compel mo to come to you BO save trouble br paying your dug tax promptly L Cu 73tC For Rent At Once Tenroom twostory house known as tho Ballard block from the Square on Danville street Posses Blon Oct 16th 1008 Apply to Jno M Orand Lancaster tor ent 8 21 Ira Special Notice It time for tho Lodlea Home Journal or any other or periodical expired please call and me renew Re member I order publication promptly Mrs Dome tt Merchant Tailoring An experienced tailor will be with me and 12th for the purpose of measures fur clothing and I will be glad to have sen his lino get a good Ut Satisfaction 2t I Have measure taken by an ex tailor Sept 10th litho and 12th who will bo 0 at that time 2t Cured Hogs I J A Scott Avon Ky Dour for me that I did not think could possibly be saved Hold by J li Mount Go Lancaster Ky All thigh Now R Graham Davenport la fowls I two Poultry Cure for have recovered and seem right now ono too cockeral was about dead when I ordered the medicine J R Noun Co Lancaster Ky lot IIvo OIIlIlIR1 U honors cute sell r tt steal to Zltn cafe Hudson horseman will so I a number 01 J rubber S I miasma n ouse aU all J U Uemphlll J 0111 phIII HI bun hog Cholera cured some o I thl a Ifs mar a Nor hL colt t closed Oct 6th ma- D rown a guaranteed t Frank f p I I Notice known heretofore ns lied rick ft Friable U thin day by niiitimt consent dissolved All holding claims llrrn will thnn to F P Prlsblo for payment All nmuim owing time llrm nn F 1 r par Idol All hilT lug repairs with lha above time will F P drug store fur name W PI Pi table Tex Notice Tuxes under the Htatuto mire duo line 16th day of March each rear A great ninny tho taxpayers of county have dulnyrd Urn payment of their taxes until Nov tuxes put paid by 1 della are so reported to time cOlin ty clerk at time cost of the tax payer also 0 per emit Dont fall your taxes at onco mid thereby cost I Ihn II till lorllClIIII lcrllclIlII I out lima miew rUVOllllu law amid penalties UAAtnud7 U Sheriff ot Uarrard all save 21 Wo aro Headquarters for Everything needed in the Money to Loan nfdnr of time Inrtitrd Circuit Ouml III the cnsifof Ivan Plsli tlliin vermw Mont Flitlt I am ordered to loan about the sum of liooo for tint less than twelve month with good mid luillleicnt security ono desir lug thin money eon mako proper note play with mo M G C C 710tf yere Notice Your luxe sure now duo Tho taxes aro what keeps time city goUig and the affairs of tho condition just tho sumo bo glad If all can do so to coma forward aunt settle their tuxes at onco L K Herron 2t City Marshal For Sole Ono ROW and seven shoals weighing respectively about 250 and cacti healthy thriving ccndl tion G Y Conn 1 II It t A I o c would II mahmeMJ I w Conunl inner Tax to sire y takes your in JUST IN I Gar American Fence rgja 4 foot Fence at a bargain for the fiyj Next 20 Days I Vulcan Plows Buggies and Buggy Harness Cheap J R Mount Co Time Schools of the county era now opening Dent forget that 111J1I a Ii j c0 sisEI a SCHOOL 0 R B WcRoberts j DRUGGIST School Books Always CASH BARGAINSIN MY LINE I Dressers 8 to 30 00 Washstands 4 oo to 10 Beds 4 to 30 00 Bed springs a jp to 5 Mattress 2 to 15 00 Chairs per set Diners 4 to 20 Rockers 150 to Tables Dining 6 to 35 Center 150 to 10 Big line of Carpets and Rugs Come and see them New Car Load O F Tho boat fonco on the market will not rust ns quick as other Donees it can bo put up tighter stays up bettor anti is easy to put W J I I c r I 1 12 I I I J Ii r 1 j j I f- ItI t r to Ji tSf I r ROBINS0N1J LAMA i FENCE 1 t lip r ROMANS t Mav m nMW mirKtfrejRa FALL WHITE ELEPHANT STORE Beginning September 11 12 08Lancaster Kentucky LADIES TAILORED SUITS FINE LINE CLOTHING I umY1Iam71DJ1l1VQ IaDiB I j I J It I H A r S O1iIIIMr r OPENING 1 R 8 N The 1908 Improved De Laval SEPEEATOES Ten years ahead of all others in every feature of scpara tor practicability Ten New StylesTen New CapacitiesTen New Prices A size for every dairy from the smallest to the largest Boautiful in Design Perfect in Everlasting in Daily Use Result of thirty years experience in building separators Send for handsome new catalogue illustrating fled de machines in detail and to be had for the asking THEO CURREY Agt Opening Saturday Sept 26th Wo hue secured everything new for Full and Winter especially jji largo assortment of the stylish GoldMedal Special and Gage Shape Wo cordially Invite you to call and see them T Mrs Walker Jr Bi Walker Go are now ready with our Fall lino of 1 I COATS and SUITS in styles and i v Novelties tjj JustJthosuH for thq School Girl Wo are show ing tho most complete lino of i French Hand Embroidered Lingerie Underwear Soo our Shoath Skirts and Imported Directoiro Gown J B WALKER 60 RICHMOND KENTUCKY L W 0Y 1 OEEA II I i I I I rsil t Pall u 1 A w 1 1 I I IWo I J S r I I Ii L I t a It 1 J I tXi I t0 lY t t L Construction b ascribing 1 y b4 tr audiuterMILL1NERY rid r I i a 5 C t 1- v x Misses Suits attractive t V rs elf t y t I R r1x- w F a M l Gossip About People v v v A Drltf Mention of the Comlngi Oolnji tyThoie Wt Art In Miss Pearl Hardln has accepted a position In Cookvllle Tenn Miss Ethel Dunn has none to Florida where she will teach this year returned from a visit to relatives In Nlcholasvlllc MIssDesslo Drown has returned from i a visit to friends near i IJarrodsuurK- i Miss Lou Grant has been visiting i her uncle Dr Price Grant of Danville Mrs Banks Hudson and children were visitors In Crab Orchard tills I week Mrs Edwin Moritz of Atlanta has been visiting the family of Mr T S Elkln Mr Jacob Joseph is still In the East I buying goods for the Joseph Mercan Miss LouIse Kaullman ball returned i to St Louis to resume her duties In W K Shu ars of Stanford j Is visiting his grandfather Judge Wm Sbuitars Mrs Alex West In Nlcholasvllle vIsiting her daughter Mrs Charles F Denman Master James I and Our Watkins have been visiting Mr and Mrs Jas I Hamilton Miss Bavno West has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs left Dunn of Dryantsvlllo A Amon find son Willie Rice returned from a visit to relatives In Crab Orchard Dr W M Uurnett wife and little daughter May have been visiting rcla tines In Shelbyvlllo W Fleming coun ty Is the Ruest of her parents Mr and Mrs William Andrrson Mr J II Ilascldcn and family and Mrs Kate Aldrldgo have returned from a weeks stay at Dripping Springs Mrs rattle Gill Miss Jennlo Duncan and Mrs Juliet Roy I ors were visitors In Stanford the past week Mrs Hello Uurnsklo has returned from Mdntlcello where she spent the summer with her daughter Mrs Larry- D Jones Mn Henley V flostln little son Charles and Miss Manila Uastln have been spending a week at Crab Orch Messrs Jacob Joseph and E W Mor row have returned from a months stay at Hot Springs very much Im proved In health Monday Master Cert ElkIn Em a few of his friends at on account of his tenth birth day anniversary A 0 Miles wlfo and daughter Miss Agnes left last week for a visit to rcla lives In Missouri They will remain for about two weeks Mr and Mrs M F West left Monday forlhelr home In Washington D 0 after a delightful months visit to his mother Wesley West Mrs Alex Walker has returned from Indianapolis Cincinnati Louisville and Nashville where she purchased a largo line of Winter millinery Miss Llnnlo Mass who was operated upon for appendicitis some few days ago Is reported by her physician as- i doting nicely and will bo able to bo out soon Misses Margaret and Joanne Mount and Miss Lettlo Mao MoRoberts at tended the reception given by Miss Sarah naughman in Stanford Wed nosday afternoon Mr Arnold Simmons of tho Naval Academy Annapolis Is here for n months visit to his aunt Mrs J 8 Johnson Mr Simmons was appointed to the academy three years ago by Set ator McOceanr and has made rapid progress lu his studies Ho Is a tine 1 J and i lit Mrs J E Stormes hall I j I tile Co Is I Mrs J have Mrs M Bowman of Mr Sam Duncun arid I I I IOn I I I I J I alt Imd I I r t 1 schoolMaster and Springs Mrs young gentleman and has many friend In Old Kalmuck who wish all sue cess In his future Miss Allecn Dourno has returned home after a short stay with friends and relatives In Lexington Mr and Mrs R II liaison have return cd from Chicago where Mr liaison purchased his immense stock of Fall and Winter goods which are arriving dally Mrs Ellen Owslcy has returned from a visit to her son Lelchcr at Madison Illinois Tho many friends of this bighearted young fellow will bo glad to learn that ho Is succeeding so well Miss Austin of Indianapolis has or rived to take charge of the trimming rooms of Mrs Alex Walkers millinery establishment Miss Jennie Hardln of Decatur ll will also bo with Mrs Walker again this season Stanford J R Mount and wife of Lancaster spent Sunday afternoon with the family of Mr McRoberlsMr Ed Ballard and wife visited relatives In Upper Garrard Mr J 0 Bogle one of Garrard countys best democrats and cleverest gentle men was hero Saturday Nlcholasvlllo Journal Jesse Arnold and wife of Lancaster returned home Friday u visit to Mrs Margaret Folgcr Dcnman returned Saturday from a two weeks visit at and French Lick Ind Mr Denmans many friends will bo glad to learn that his health has greatly Improved and that ho will In business In Nicholasvlllo Mt Sterling Gazette Tho camping party given at Kirks Camp In hon or of Miss Mary Lear was the happiest party given this summer A little cool for bathing but all report It tine On Thursday an elegant dinner was given by Miss Lizzie Ircwltt Cole man In honor of her attractive guest Miss Marv E Lear of Paint Lick Ky The decorations were purple and gold candles with huge cut glass vases of Passion FlowerH Quito a party of young ladles enjoyed the Theatorlum party and lunch given last evening by Misses Susette Johnson and Lizzie Prewlll Coleman In honor of Miss Mary Lear Mr and Mrs Louis Landram attend ed the meeting of the Eighth District Publishers League at Estill Springs Friday and Saturday They had as their guest Miss Margaret Mount There were about forty newspaper people present and Mine Hosts Rid die liros put forth every effort for the entertainment of tho party Ea till Springs Is one of the most delight ful resorts in the South and tho stay of tho press gang will bo long re membored by the newspaper people It Is more than likely that tho stole Association will meet there next sum mer as a more lovely or desirable place could not bo found In addlllon to the business sessions hold there wero euchre parties a ball and many other social features on the program JJUENA VISTA A T Scott sold to S N Ison a milch cow prlco 50 Miss Irene Ruble spent last week with relatives In Danville Marshall Scott and family of Nlch olasvllle spent Sunday hero Tom Skinner loft Monday to resume his studies at Howling Green Will Eyans and wire are rejoicing over tho arrival of a little daughter Special services will be hold at Browns Chapel beginning Sept 17th Will Scott sold to Mr Dean nor Danville ono pair of mules Mr Melvin Harris and son Robert of Lexington visited J 1 Robinson last week Miss Eliza Burnett of Wllmore will arrive Saturday to visit her brother George Burnett James Johnson while In Danville last week had tho misfortune to have his right oral broken of Harrodsburg spent from Friday until Monday with his uncle J B Robinson Mr and Mrs Herman Gaines of liter cer tho Misses WeiUeU and Holds Bpoonamoro of Wllmoro spent Bun l JournalMr II J after Mrs Chas F con- tinuo price UOO Jas Spllubun Mr and day with the family of John Johnson An all meeting will be held Sunday at Iollys fiend school house Dinner on the ground Mr and Mrs Jas Christopher spent Sunday In Danville the guests of Mr and Mrs J T Hawkins Miss Nell McCann of Lexington and Manford Carter of Jessamine visIted Mrs Virgil Scott lust week Mrs Morgan Welch of Jessamine Is spending the week with her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Williams Miss Vlrglc Watts and little nephew John Watts of are spend Ing the week with Mrs Virgil Scott IllEACHEIlSVlLLK Mr Henry BlankenshIp has been quite 11 but Is much better now Mrs N J Horton continues danger ously 111 her death being expected al any time Miss Sallie Newland of Lebanon Junction visited Misses Pctlus and her friend Miss FannIe Colyer Messrs Samp and F Cummins are with Sprlngtield Lumber Co building a house for Mr J M Pettus near Stan ford Miss Ruth Durham of Omaha has returned homo after a pleasant visit to relatives hero and elsewhere In this stateMiss Kate Waters of Stanford who Is leaching our school Is giving entire satisfaction Dud Is very popular wIth our young folks Mr and Mrs J M Cress and little son Master Joe are vlslllng Judge W R Cress at Monticello and will visit Rev and Mrs It 0 Jordan at Hurnsldc Carey Anderson our colored mall carrier attended county court at Stanford In August and from that place mysteriously disappeared noth ing as to his wherebouts can be Mrs W B Burgess and sister Miss Sallie Coleman Hobbs of Tuscon Arizona are visiting theIr uncle Mr W P White It will no doubt be of Interest to your readers who think we have been having hot weather here to know that last month the ther mometer In Tuscan frequently stood at 00 degrees at midnight STUNK Born to the wife of Mr John Hicks a boy on the 1st of September Mrs Blanche Ray who has been sick for some time Is Improving slowly Mr R II Preston sold two heifers Clay Arnold at cts per pound Mrs Mary A Sanders sold to Mr 0 A Miles two steers at 81 cents per lb Miss Lyda Mao Itay of Loyd was the guest of her sister Mrs Llgo McMllllon last week Mrs Mary Sanders of Paint Lick visited her dauglmcr Mrs Iva Hicks last week family of Indiana spent last week with Mrs Walter Favno Anglo Sanders and Tom Hicks spent last week with friends In Somerset and attended the fair Mrs George McQucrry of Jessamine spent part of last week with her daughter Mrs George Ray of Buckeye Mrs Emma Posey and Miss Nettle Hunter returned homo last week after spending several days with Mr and Mrs Joo Hicks Mrs Mary A Sanders visited her daughter Mrs Muttlo and Jewell Montgomery of Bourno last Thurs day and Friday Bro Wltchon of Lexington tilled Rev G H Ferns appointment at Scotts Fork Saturday night and Sun day night and frlond Miss Lillian Cannon of Nlcholasvllle spent last week with L M Crutchtleld and family Charlie Askins and sister Fan nlo and Miss Curd of Wllmoro were tho charming guests of Miss Lula Crutchtield from Saturday until Sun day ul- MT IIUHUON Mrs Luranoy Montgomery sold Sam Duncan a caw and calf for 130 Miss May Scott attended tho Instl I lute at Junction City week I to- M r 3 Mr Landrum BurdeUo and I Miss M r lays r learned MabloCrutchileld last Born to the wife of II F Edglngton a fine baby girl christened Mottle T Mr Ed Grow sold a fat cow to Leslie Burner of Camp Nelson at 3 eta per lb Mr and Mrs SN Morford are very happy over the arrival of a 0 pound boy Mrs DIllard Brumllcld of Jessamine Is the guest of her mother Mrs Alex DeanMrs Thomas McMllllon of Illinois Is the guest of her mother Sire Luraney Montgomery Mrs G A Bruce who has been spend Ins two weeks with her daughter In Mercer county returned home Sun day Mrs E F Scott and daughter Mrs Ed Grow spent a part of last week with Mr S B Scott and family near Junction City Hubert Elmo the little son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Montgomery while playing with a scoop cut one of his fingers almost off last Friday causing the little fellow much pain I What He Wanted A young man having an Impediment In his speech that prevented him from pronouncing certain words plainly went Into a butchers shop to buy some sliced shoulder The butcher was unable to understand what his customer wanted and tho young man repeated the order several times much to the amuaement of those present Finally becoming Indignant at the Ill concealed ridicule he slapped the butcher on the shoulder and blurted out I want some of this but I want It sliced off of tho other hog Illustrated Magazine Tim It la proper to say half After one just as proper to say half put one The former prevails In Eng land and the latter In the United States but both are equally For Sale 1000 Fence Posts N II Boglo- 370Soulh Upper St Lexington Ky 71081 Now In City My trimmer Miss Cora Bennett Is IL of millinery and will arrive about the a full line We will have a very handsome display and will ap predate your trade Josephine 4t For Sale Warrenwood the beautiful farm of 380 acres two miles from Danville Kv Elegant homo second to none in Boyle county no railroad between It and Danville where there are colleges for both men and young women For particulars apply to Miss Jean D War of Warren deceased 844t Sea Beazloy Haselden forlnsurance your county property tobacco barns corn rest denco o Over 60 years without a lawsuit Phono 31 now In the cities selecting stock on understood bluegrass J J WALKEU President fi The Lancaster Graded School Monday Sept 7 1008 All children of In this district are entitled to tree tuition and parents diana are urged to have their and wards present at the The 1st 2nd and 3rd grades I 9 00 4th 6th and 6th 00TuItIonE W Harris Treas 8 28 4t J S Johnson Ohm Farm for Sale Fine blue trail located on the Pleasant Hill pike three miles North et the town ol Danrlllc will be told it public auction lo the highest and belt bidder In front of the Court Home door In Danrllle Ky on Monday September 21 1908 at Two p m This farm contains M acres of well Improved blue trait land especially adapted for hemp and tobacco Floe dwelling rooms large new tobacco barn tale will b third crib and balance In easy payments 1erioui desiring Information will write to C C Bagby Atty Danville Ky Anyproipec lre buyer will be shown the farm at any time PUBLIC SALE Having bought a farm lo the state of Indian I will on Tuesday September 22nd 1908 tell to the highest bidder al the residence ot Or Ramsey lu Garrard County 2 miles from and 10 miles from Lancaster on Lancaster and Richmond turnplkethe follow ing property It year old extra sugar one year old extra plantation horse mule These 17 mule II to U bands high and cost from 175 to 1100 Uitfall wean lug One pair mare mule six yearilold 17 hand and 1 Inch high weigh 2809 Ibi Wilt broke J ono mare mule 3 year old well broke one pair horse mules 4 years old 10 hands high well broke one good Jack eari old hands high one good brood mare 10 old colt by ildo and In foal gentle for ladles to drive not afraid of team or automobile one good brood yeartold colt by side and In foal to Jack well broke to work some yearling colts and fllltfti lot of and three year oi l fllllei trotter and combined lot of brood and colts Horse atock U all well bred There will also be told 11 head of extra feed Ing cattle weighing over 1100 Ibi a lot of good yearling iteent ome extra rood milch COWl one goat fifty good stock hogicwllt weigh over 100 Ibi nine good brood iowiflvrf stack tlmthybayalot balled hay 90 acre of corn to be Judged In field and bo led down 75 bushel of good teed wheat one halt interest In ten of tobacco 40000 to bacco itlcki lot of flour old ham side meat and lard Farming Implement ai 4 wagon 8 A turning plows o double shovel 1 dick dull 1 McCormick 3 cultivator 1 smoothing barrow 1 good roller bay frames 4 low iron wheel for wagon feed trough locuit 13 cord new victoria carriage and bar near wagon and plow harness lot of house bold and kitchen furniture 1 St Louie wrought Iron range cooking stove good at new 0 good young hem and many other things 300 acres good grass to rent from te till January 1 1KW TERMS Ml sums under 10 cub on sums of 10 and over credit will be given till January 1009 with per cent Interest from date till paid Bale begin at 9 a m sharp B Ramsey Paint Lick Ky W I1 rrowttt And Derea Ky tuition per cblldren living outside this as 12 00 g Terms of on Paint Lick one mule a I II man two a mar lame sled Ilove wood I I 0 children district Is farm Oclock mare pug arc laS year s can Acre follower binder l post iMall J S JOhxeoN PreeI ORGANIZED 188j The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK O LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SIM iwujiiiiMM B P HUMOR Cashier W 0 KioNinr Asat Cashr 0 D WAM B BookkM Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS I J 8 Johnson BF Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex GIbbs ottAuuul Old Kinnaird Insurance Agency Established 1852 Office At National Hank Lancaster Ky Phone 35 J I HiSELUEI1 J 9 llK u pity tohnn MICK urn ilin the Btoiimch or HtliniilaU tlio Neon amt kidneys I all wrong A weak stomach weak stomach nerves A always And this Is also true ut the heart and kidneys The weak nerves are Instead crying out for holp This explains why Ir Sloops Restorative Is promptly helping stomach heart and kidney ailment Tho Restore t tine reaches out for tho actual cause of tlicaonllmcnU tlio taping Inside nerves Anyway test the tine 48 hours It wont euro so soon as that but you will surely know that K help Is coming Sold bV It E Mcllcb I erie tti f PlnkPalnTablots Dr Sboopsstop- f Headache womanly pains nny pain anywhere In 20 minutes sure on the 25c box Ask your drug line R E McRobertn Tickling or dry coughs will quickly loosen when using DrBhoops Coufh Remedy And Itlsso thoroughly haitn I I that Itt lItorA 41 k Itlst or doctor noout thlil tormulaW 4- 1 r nt menus Formula H TRADE MARK No Better Advice MuM bo offered It ia nn Impossibility for ono to enjoy good health If tho liver Is out not necessary compound Cures Constipation Chills and Fever Dyspepsia all complaints duo to a Torped Liver CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED Novo been troubled for tho past four with What doctors called chronic and n frlond advised mo to use Merblno and I lId go and am now entirely cured I would not bo without It for tho Tako plewmro in recommending it to my friends with t1IRUlIB I s fi a Pleasing and Effective A Positive Cure PRICE soc Ballard Snow Liniment Co 500502 North Second St ST LOUIS MO is o pTommended by R E McROBERTS inL5TATE LOUISVIUUD SIX BIG DAYS DAILY TRACES 25000 IN PREMIUMS Here is the place to display your live stock and farm products to meet j to combine amusement Show day rain or shine in our new 100000 Live Stock Pavilion Be one of the quarter of a million to visit this years Fair LOW RAILROAD RATES Te s information entry blanKi or catalog addroaa J W NEWMAN Secretary X Louisville Ky r KENTUCKTh BIGGEST snow I SEPT1415 161118191908 WEBER BAND pTTRA 20 SIDE snows rlbv A10N 1 i THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC I CtWUC or IMITATION TMI atNUINK mCPAIIIO ONLY IT Liniment Co T LOUIS MO MoRoborts Drug Store I Eczema Is Curable ZEMO scientific preparation for external use Stops and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and Is permanently cured by Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co St Louis sale at McRobcrU Drug Store I I a Moor I Ballard Snow this PilES et l edlate relief fre Dr Sheers NDJtk Olnttat Hiiutit Lens iiutlt ra to lisa iiif even fur wry jmiiiit ImhtM Tlin Hfeoit leaven and toiitlcr MCIIM of u lung lienllnit numutnlnmiH Mnubitlvo the ciirullvo properties to Dr Sbuop Cutmli Ilcino fly t calm and heals the KenitUivo broticlilnl inoinbr nc No opium ho chloroform nothing hitttli used to Injure or suppress Dunmiitl Dr tihuaps Accept no other Sold by II B MaRobcrts A plenslni good high vrntlc truly flavored amber colored cup of coffee can bo had and without the real Cof tee or daiiia o to lioullli br simply tisInK Dr Shoops now subill tutu called Health lure wholesome toasted corcalsmalt nuU make Dr Slioops Health Joffco moth healthful and satisfying No 20 0 30 minutes tedious bolllntf Made In a ttilnutc says Dr Shoop If scrv ed as coffee Its taste will even trick an export Test It and see Gill 11 lit nut 4- 1ot danger ColT o etc Slm son rI hilt blat wit Iesoiuc the cot h A YOU ARE FRETFUL YOUR HEAD ACHES ITS YOUR USEI LIVER ftt Cream Vermifuge rxtT We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give satis faction we will return the entire amount of money paid UG for it We mean this and ask all those who are sick and need strength to try it with this understanding McKoborts Drug Store The Truth person in this city who is from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis external use All durggists sell ZEMO Fcr solo at McRoberts Drug Store inot suffering permanently B L Pmt W C Ebb W 0 Ktmptr Caiblir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INUOUfOKATXP Wood Vice I Frost Wo offer you fair treat mont with every accom raodation that is consistent with conservative Banking I CAPITAL 1600000 9100000 K COY B UAllHOU JB wooPS KL WOODS BURP US PllUIOTOwal a 8 BURROWS W O aauYN yieit Fully Protected by Fidelity and Catuality InturanceourCJomer are I k a- a TEACHEna INSTITUTE Podngogs of Stveinl Counties In Anuu l3 slon and Aoeorn push Muoh Good A I Junction City Itoylo Co Monday Atiitust tho Joint lust Lute of the teachers of llijrlo and Oar ruril uoiintlcs This being tho lilt Joint Institution nod n resolution In dorsliitf tho plan being passed at thl mcotlnit prove tho cffcctlvcncM o such cooperation Tho wcathc smiled upon us for It was nn ideal week front that standpoint Tin people of the little city and vlalnlty received us hospitably just us wo CX pected having been in their midst Ir tore Everything wax done for comfort Dud pleasure MrJ W Inns presided over the meeting In hi splendid manner and avo govern talks of practical value for he having been a teacher himself some les than fifty years ago and bclnit nnv ono of lioylos prominent lawyers knows how to talk All of us enjoyed what ho said Two Instructors had been engaged Prot Cannon of Murry Ky Miss Lolla Fatrldge ot Wcstboro Mass Prof Canon came enthuslas tic and earnest and with good pract cat sense presented many things whlcl will help us over some dlulcult places with which tho teacher moots during tho year Miss Patrldge whom sonic had heard before and learned to love gained and held tho Interest of all tin teachers by her pleasing manner and practical addresses 1 feel sure one felt sho know of what she spoke and It more teaching real teaching Is not dono by all tho fault will Hi with us and not with our Instructors and the children we teach Tho roll was called only once a day but the promptness ot tho teacher was unusual and the body was ally and enthusiastic throughout and fell It to bo tho best meeting sInce our union On Tuesday evening a School Improvement League was formed for the Junction City district Tnursdaj evening the Commercial Club gave i reception which was thoroughly and appreciated Tho side gotten up for our pleasure were trips to Llnnlctto and Alum Sptlngsand Blue Lick Blue Lick It a peculiar Knob of bluish looking sub stance on which no vegetation grow haying been licked by tho deer it Ii said In pursuit of salt before became thickly settled The meeting closed at noon Friday and we parted looking forward with pleasant an tlclpations to the Institute In Lancai tcr cue year hence M Knapp West Secty RESOLUTIONS We your committee on resolution submit the following Resolved that we tender to tho good people of Junction CIty and community for the opening 01 their bouses and hearts In hospitality to us as a body of teachers Resolved that our thanks be to the members and onlcers of the Christian church for the use ot tbeli church building Resolved that we express our aj preclatlon of the Instructive and addresses of the Instructors Prof Canon of Murry Ky and Miss Leila E Patrldge of Westboro Mass Their manner of presenting the subjects has been helpful and practical and we count ourselves fortunate In being brought under their influence Resolved that we thank the sups Intendentc of Boym and Qarrard counties for untiring Interest which they have shown for the welfare ol the teachers and children of their respective counties Resolved that we ufllrm our appro elation of the excellent manner In which our Chairman Supt J W Rawllngs has presided over time instl tute and of the many excellent sug gcstions made In our behalf Resolved that we express to Prof Fallls Mrs Fallls and those whom they chose to assist them our appro elation for the excellent musical program of our Institute Resolved that we endorse the joint county Institute plan Resolved that wo tender our thanks to tho Commercial Club of Junction City for the excellent reception given In honor of our Joint County Bridges Chm or Corn A clever popular Candy Cold Cure Tablrt called Preventlcs Is being dispensed to druggists everywhere In a tow hours Preventlcs are said to break any cold completely And Pro venues being so safe and toothsome arc very tine forchlldren No quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor Box 48250 Sold by R E Mo Roberts Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form of Itching or disease All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo sale at McRoberts Drug Store POSTEDThu undersigned ncrcby give warn hug to all persons not to trespass upon lands for any purpose whatever we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and especially take notice Ferguson Hutton WJOIIllsple Tortwood W T Worrel U Anderson John A Sanders Sweeney R L Burton I Nave R o Wolan Arnold II Cook i I met JIAt our U T and every en- Joyed the our thank extended In- spirIng O T Institute- D W of or our as W tl P D Gill Clay Ed W J J II C W Davo Dudllerar Rlchald lloriernor es Moot Raw I attractions stat sicken- Ing a Fishermen Mrs r Government Homesteads and How To Secure Them IawI 1 JftI AJ l I J J ll nlL A J4 t11J 11 jt I l from Colticrt Verily February i Kjo8 Wanted An Opening Whore this place Ono who lives in nn Enstorn city writes this letter ono who is typical surely ofnmny in whom adversity lately has caused serious thought about their lot in life Is there any section in these United States to which the many men who are being daily thrown out of employ metit in the cities play emigrate mid begin life again be gin this time as their own masters or in some way that will secure them against being thrown out again at the next panic The class to which I refer is composed of un martled youug Americans of the intelligent physically hardy and ambitious type seen so frequently during the good times in banks amt salesmen and the like who have saved up from 500 to 1000 Obvisiously there are such places and there are answers to this man more truthful and cheer ful than to lament the passing of Government free homesteads in tho West is officesclerks Troubtt One of tho troubles about borrow lag trouble IB that the person borrows It doesnt reduce tho that Is being carried by anybody else A Paying Investment Mr Jno White of 3d Highland Ave Iloulton Me saysIIove been troub led with a cough every winter spring Last winter I tried many remedies but tho cough con tinned until I bought a 60c bottle Dr Kings New Discovery before was half gone tho cough was all Keno This winter the same happy results fo lowed a few doses onto more banished the annual cough I am now that Dr Kings New Discovery best of all cough and lung rem wiles Sold under guarantee at RE store fiOc and II 00 Trial bottle tree 1m That LeapYear Privilege No man has ever acknowledged that he was the victim ot Icapycar privilege and no woman ever cared to boast of her success in that line A Traveling Experience I must tell you my experience on an East bound 0 R N R R train from rendition to Ore1 writes Sam A Gurber a well known traveling man I was In the smok lag department with somo other tray ellng men when ono of them went out Into the coach and came back and said There Is a woman sick unto death In tho I at once got up and went out found her very III with cramp col Ic her hands and arms were drawn up so you could not straighten them and with a death like look on her face Two or three ladles were working with her and giving tier whiskey I went to my suit case and got my bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhoea Remedy I never travel without It ran to the water tank put a double dose of tho medicine In the glass pour ed Homo water Into It and stopped It with a pencil then I had quite a time to got the ladles It to her but I succeeded I could at once see tho effect and I worked with her rubbing her hands and In twenty I gave her another dose Dy this time we were almost Into LcQrande where I was to leave tho train I gave the bottle to liar husband to be used In case another dose should be needed but by the tlmq tho train ran Into La Grande sho was all right and I receiv ed the thanks of every passenger In the car For 1m Wasted Drown laying down the newspaper after reading the details of the latest domesticfinancial tragedy dad story sad story What does U profit a man II he saiD the whole world and has one or two surplus women thrown InT Lite Dont be afraid to give Chamber laln8 Cough Remedy to your children It contains no opium or other harmful drug It always curea Fur sale by FP Friable 1m who and of McRoborts drug woman Man LeG rando car to me give sleek advertised that convinced le- the w let minutes M A tag from a 10cent piece will count FULL value A Uf from a 5 cent piece wlllcount HALF TOBACCO with valuable tags itvalu i Say your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST MMttrWtfkmM faJI Vt PrWc Him KIM Ivy W k- SparHMd gtojjjj W N Th OUhMh Coupons from MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL basil making GILT EDGE IrazN lIMIt Ytltow Strips from lUSTER f Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many athtr r useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cult Butloni 50 French Briar Pipe SO Fountain Pen 100 Tags Leather Pocketbook 10 Tags English Steel Razor SO Tt r Steel Carving Set 200 OtoUcmant Watch 200 Beat Steel Sbeari 7S Tart Poek bookMTaft Pocket Knife 40 Playing Garde JO COyd Fishing Reel 0 Tap Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog l briMte PREMIUM DEPARTMENT tiNE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Louis M I p J T old lit Few 1 JIIIIk Bear 111 JtJAI Tar Tags J Tap Lady Tag I J h 1 1 HR1a fIt1 b 1 wter few TJlrwgf i t r Tags Tag Tag r v Rheumatism I toned a tried lad toitod cure for Rhto Mi ivnivt vu manr CM ol nhiutiutltm l but UTt nut of heretofore touch dnadwl dlwaio ThoM Mndllko granular vraitoi ooa and pau under action ot this amber as w1And then when waitel Dr Rheumatic Remedy E lnatlntl ot II med Itnlllten tb dllt011o or chronlo nor turn back to lleell thut can no kW the pan deplorable In II In tile of towq the Ingredient wad dpnndeble pruurlpdon I trot 100m roel I n added tll pure f pass from I m and cause 01 ID now no n no a ual excuse to sad oooddeuco Sh R kayo will limb bony growths In Is ursly quo sad of- s sssse Qlemist bn with which Pr wa I ad Without that 4et many cu all ntab this away lbs din freely the the I t rerea TMr real tuarIoOtis We reeootmgal oo s PILES t Mediate mild frM Ir Shaltts Magk Olataaat KMM MJ ptoNfjT Malt M iakel rtccnl pulltealion Mc C M it Si 1 Ry of Acres Open for Entry Tho opinion prevails to a certain extent that tho Government Homestead law hums ceased to operate because so little agricultural land is now owned by tho government This opinion Is er roneous There yet remain millions of acres of good farming land open for homestead entry but until recently this land was useless for farming owing to the great distance it was located from a railroad So fur as certain portions of South Da kota North Dakota and eastern Montana are con corned this condition has changed The Pacific Coast Mae of the Chicago Mllwakec St rill Railway opens to settlement thousands of acres of the best farming lands Already enterprising American farmers are scouring homesteads along this now line Trains are already in operation on this now lino as far as Harlowton Mont con necting there for Moore Lowistown and other points in tho Judith Basin Montana It is ex pected that trains will reach Butte in tho sum mor of 1008 and Seattle and Tacoma by tho spring of 1009 II Millions i1rF t J It f 1 f Ii J i 1 oat f r Free Homesteads in the West Have Not Yet Passed Away Fergus County Montana contains over 1000000 acres of farm land open for homestead entry In Custcr Yel lowstone and Rosebud Counties there ate several milllou acres of government land open for entry In Butte County South Dakota are thousands of acres awaiting homesteaders The land is excellent for general or mixed farming and Uncle Sam gives you a cordial invitation to go out and help yourself 160 acre terra No drawing is necessary first conic first served When patented this laud is worth from 10 to 18 per acre and will constantly increase in value The government fees do not exceed 42 for homestead ing 1 60 acres Since the time when the more adventurous of the early settlers struggled over the Allegheny mountains there has never been a better opportunity for the ambitious young American than is now offered In the west by the building of this latest transcontinental Pacific Coast Extension of the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway A pamphlet on Government Homeiteidi and How to secure Them li tree the alw tmral other pnbtlealloui iltlnt tutor initlon about this new country of Interest to tho workingman farmer orchardlit ilcxkmau merchant professional nun end investor Chicago MIlwaukee and St Paul Railway F A MILLER Gen Pass Agt Chicago OEO B HAYNES Immigration Agt 95 Adams St Chicago C C MORDOUGH Traveling Passenger Agent 24 Carew Uldg Cincinnati to n railwaythe for kiD r f AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS DAINTY A TH no gityitly enhance personal cliarms And these corsets are not expensive only 100 to 800 KMAMAZOO CORSET co Escluiive ICAUMAZOO MICH believe in them we nell and recommend them Sold W iU H Drown LantyNtor Makers Ikcaiit ewe PILES Before you consult your dressmaker about that new suit you should see us and purchase an CORSET Your gown worn over one of ties corsets will I AMERICANBEAUTY e r W nmt laa iSN iip s Maki OIa11 s KILLTHi COUGH u cuRS TH wens WITH Dr Kings New Discov yr FOR grsr 1e4irl OR XONIY BX7UNDXD wroIIerndon Ilcu I Ilerudon- HERNBON HERNWN- Attorncya At Inw Kentucky Oflos om Itormei drug store M K Denny DENTIST orer Herndoqg Jewelry Non ANI Al HROAl ANBlUNnlllUllll- OUAJUMTIIIID IATIIA L I I Y r Y I Pale r kI 1