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THE CENTRAL RECORDVNTAltMSHEl DKMOGIlACr NltatTHKNTH VBAH LANCASTER ICY FRIDAY NOVEMBER G 11108 J cJ1 AN GOOD aOJlWNtWv7 I 4SSRJ r LL a 1 c 1 I 1 1l11u11o1oY r XOYDxI al Price Explanation We have been asked by relative to the low prices we have placed on our stock of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Ladies ReadvtoWear How Can You Do It Thats easily answered What we wish to do is to make customers make friends and many of thorn Wo can not do that merely because you have a pecular fondness for us but must attract you with the best in stylo and quality and this being done wo must then put forth an Unchallengeable Price upon our goods to merit your patronage and hold it Get in the Habit of Visiting THE Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated Leaders in HighClass ReadyMade Garments fi i many- I i j Garments-I I j I It I i i i i 1 ti I I L I Local Items rho Ladles Aid Society of tho ClirU flan church will meet with Mrs 11 13 McKubertR on Saturday at 230 oclock Grand Pa Jack Adams has moved to his handsome homo on Richmond street which he purchased fro in Mrs Mary Hamilton Tho new tobacco warehouse on Stanford street a much needed build Ing and ono that will gladen the heart of the farmer Is going up rapidly Subscribers Wo request each of our friends to bring n now subscriber to thin Central Record and wo will appreciate the favor Meeting A meeting of thin shareholders of the Lancaster Opera louse Cu Is call cd for today Nov Oth at 3 p in In the County Court room to receive tho re port of the action of time board of dl rectors Important Fancy Price Dan Elkin sold an Atlanta party one of his tine ponies at 1176 and his father It L Eikln bought and ship ped to parties In tho same city a horse at I2SO ono at and a pair of extra good homes at Splendid Sermon Eld F M Tinder preached a ser mon on Good Citizenship Sunday evening which was replete with val uable Information and contained much good advice which would make tho world better If the truths taught by It wero generally considered and ap predated Qarrard County Vote Below we give a table of the vote of this county It will that Taft carried the county by 311 votes which Is less than It has often been Holm runs ahead of Bryan 2 votes The city of Lancaster Is 67 Democratic for which wo are all thankful uitunij u nodqof r r r r I 400 1000 I t O I1 aen a 0 par t ro i cr 3 II I iL1 IiI iiiiiliJuvlJUI IJut tn a lUlan C baleen GLI 4 K 7 SKOzr p t t tl GW r r R Gws Boots Shoes Gents Furnishings Etc 1 T LOGAN w I I 8ARGAINS 1 I 0- L j 4 J IN YL n nflllii i fl il 0 J o t0 f 1 I J ftI t i l if t I 4 jr ktk f j t f 1 l- I4 4V EYERYTHING v ra 1 3 t i1 t i1r rd 1 Crowing Because Lancaster Went Dimoorallo I Educational The next time of meeting has been sot by thoSchool Improvement League fur tho last day of tho month Wed nosday Nov 30th The public Is cordially Invited to this meeting an It Is hoped to Institute a measure In which every man and woman In Lan caster will bo Interested rite are urged and pay their dues and take action on a matter of Importance Robinson assisted by Hughes Swlno broad have Hold 330 acres of the famous Qllllsple farm of 035 acres at prices ranging from eat to ISO The handsome Improvements can now be sold with 120 acres of splendid land making the most at tractive home In Central Kentucky The remaining section will be sold at a bargain Sad Death Mrs Salllo Cimpbell Hcazley wife of Mr It N Ueazloy died at their home In Paint Lick on Sunday morning after a lingering Illness She was a memo ber of tho Presbyterian church and had many friends who join the Bad ouu In offering condolence to time be reaved husband and four children left to mourn her departure Funeral services wero conducted by Rev D E Frlerson on Monday at 130 p m the burial taking place In Paint Lick Cemetery To Our Friend We tako this method of expressing to those who were so kind and consld crate during bereavement our most hearty and sincere thanks for their timely aid and condolence We will never forget these acts of and friendship and trust that cfich of you will receive that reward merited In IhtfGrcat Beyond promised those fellow beings who aro ever ready to help and assist those In trouble and distress W L Lawson and Family An Opportunity This one Is giltedge 432 acres land In one body consisting of 3 tracts with dwelling and Improvements on each tract suitable for 3 lamlllcs de siring to locate on adjoining farms Located In the famous Camp Dick Robinson section of Garrard county where hemp and tobacco grows and unimproved land sells for 100 per acre This land we offer Is nearly all In grass well fenced and well watered and well Improved and splendidly lo cated right on pike and Is worth 1100 per acre though we can sell It for a great deal less The bargain of a lifetime Hughes Swlnebroad t Lanoaster Ky Kind Word Interior Journal That wood paper tho Lancaster Record has been sold by Editor Louis Landram to Mr Baujley Hughes for 14600 Mr Hugh es U the youngest son of Judge M D Hughea and a brother of Mr R E Hughes of Louisville both of whom have had lots of newspaper experience We welcome Mr Hughes Into the newspaper held and predict success for him Wo hope he will see tit to keep his stag the cleverest and ono of time best equipped newspaper men In the State Mr Louis Landratn Louis Landram has sold his paper the Lancaster Record to F S Hughes of tile same city There Is not a more popular quill driver In time stato than Louis and he Is known as tho pet of the Eighth District Pub Ushers League Jessamine News Paper Sold Louis has sold the Lancas ter Record to Mr F S Hughes of that place who will conduct It henceforth It has been ono of time best papers that has como to our ofllce and wo aro glad to learn that Mr Landrum will engage In newspaper work elsewhere Win cheater Democrat Church Directory Preaching at the Lancaster Meth odlst Church every Sunday night p in by tho pastor Dr E II 1earcc also on Ural and third Sundays of each month at 11 a m Strangers and vim torn always welcome By vote of Church Conference held Oct 25th at the Lancaster Methodist Church tho following olllcers and teachers wore appointed for he church year Oct 1103 Oct 1001 Superintendents R 11 Tomllnson Walton Muss Secretary aid Treasurer Will Hamilton llascom Senior Uible Ciao l l Tomllnson Bright Swlnebroadj Junior Jllble Class No 1 J B Dlckoniun Walton Moss Junior Olasa No 2 White Intermediate Class MraS W Moss Mrs Annie Sin gleton Primary Class Mrs Ranks Hudson Miss Jennie Lackey Uoard Lonon Mlsa Jeunle Lakey members t attend Lan SI I amllton kindness o f Oil Landrum Mrs Iliac Sc 8 out Jr ill Ford 6 k ELECTION NUDES I Country Republican Bnt Democrat Win In Sections THE WINNERS FOR CONGRESS First DlstrlctOlllo M James Dem ocratSecond District A 0 Stanley Dom ocratThird DktrlctR Y Thomas Dem ocrat Fourth District IJcnJ Johnson DemocratFifth Swager Shorle DemocratSixth L Rhlnock DemocratSeventh District J Campbell Can trill Democrat Eighth District Harvey Helm DemocratNinth N Kehoe DemocratTenth Amos Davis Dem ocratEloveuth 0 Edwards Republican re elected Helms Majority Is about 1700 The tenth district Is close Nebraska went for Bryan It looks like Indiana and Ohio have elected Democratic Governors though both statee went for Taft by decided majorities Hughes Republican was elected Governor of New York br about 60000 and Taft carried the state br about 80000 The Southern States with Colorado Montana and Nevada go for Dryan giving him about 180 electoral votes while Taft will get about 300 Bryan carries Kentucky br about 16000 and cuts deep Into big plural Idea of four years ago In several States So tho result has often been worse TIle ninth district Is In doubt There was a strong tide In favor of Bryan and Democratic gains resulted but they were not strong enough to overcome the advantages and the enormous resources of the Republl cans The closeness of the vote in some states leaves no doubt that without a lage corruption fund and the power of the Federal Machine they would bo In the Bryan column Later Langley republican carries the Tenth Kentucky district by 2000 While Taft wins Republclan major Itles four years ago are cut enor mously The result was close In Mary land and West Virginia and Governors were elected in sev oral states that went for Taft Miss Annie Perkins horse became frightened Wednesday afternoon and tau rapidly through town turning the buggy over Marshal Herron caught the horse and fortunately she was not Injured She Is a daughter of Mrs Josh Daniels He Could Afford It A young lady asked a butcher for a dollar toward paying for a temperance lecture She didnt expect to get It but the butcher said Theres your dollar Ive sold meat In one day since this town went nolicense than I used to In a whole week when we had saloons and thats more Ive got my pay for It What better temperance lecture than that could be delivered even by the grctest temperance orator Great Succeea F P Clay Jr Paris says I have had great success with Bourbon Poultry Cure On levoaal occasions have cured chickens that were too sick to walk or stand up Have lost but ono old chicken this year Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky The Burley Society Has Seen Sue cessful In Its Fight Against Tho Trust The Cincinnati on Monday publishes Its regular annual statement of tho tobacco crop for 1008 gathered Ijy special correspondents In the va rlous Curler tobacco producing coun ticsIt shows that the HurleySociety has hoop successful In Its tight against the tobacco trust Compared with tits 1007 crop the production for 1903 was about one sixth that of 1007 In the Burley counties of Kentucky 17032000 pounds were raised this year against 152001 000 In 1P07 a failing off or cut out of 13560000 pounds In many counties In Kentucky not a pound of tobacco was raised this your Old Mason shows up with 20 000 pounds about one good farm cropagalnst 8100000 ratted lost year The grand total of tho entire llurley district shows 20100300 raised this year against n total of 175776000 In 1007 or a total shortage this year as compared with last of 140000700 poundsMost of this tobacco Is In this hands of the farmers held by the Society The total available stock ol tobacco now on hand In Cincinnati and Louisville Is 27008000 IDS Of ls Equity tobacco Add tu tills pounds of Equity tobacco held In and pounds of the 1W3 crop In growers pot marketed and the pf to bacco In sight until another raised U only 107060300 pounds or about one half the amount usually railed In a single year There Is n way of telling how much tobacco the have on hand but It l a that th U away below the usual amount curried av wwoo gf the yeun I DistrictD K tI the Ilrqn sate Many Democratic more J Burin tin b t la a ey STOVESHEATING They Burn Their Own Smoke I HASELDEN BROS I General News John D Rockefcllow Ji has been sworn In as a member of the November grand Jury In New York City Louise Voet of Newport who jumped from a tenthstory window when a Cincinnati office died from her InJuries BIds were opened at the Navy De partment for the construction of eight submarine torpedoboats for which Congress has appropriated 1350000 Cleveland Farmer of Simpson coun killed by his uncle by marriage James Jennett There were no wit sasses to the shooting and the slayer claims It was done In selfdefense REAL BEGGARS ON HORSEBACK Are by No Meant Uncommon In Some Part of the World J Whoa ho says pullln up his hose and then be whines For the love o charity kind gent would ye be BO good as to gimme a crust o bread for and a hand ful o oat for the old motet The Bailor smiled thoughtfully and stirred hit Icecream soda with a long spoon Yes Hal he resumed theres ac tual beggars on horseback la Roosla They travels from town to town In caravans They beg grub for and fodder for their nap just i I been tellln ye 0 course in the Argentine where a hose dont coat a song Its only na total yo should see beggars on an I ant sayln nothln about that Dut In China they ride too whllo theres a Maltese beggar down Malta way what even drives a spring wagon an takes his gal along his canoodlln to ask you for a copper to stave off starvation then starts right In again where ha left Oil A Missouri Fish Story- It Is a wellknown fact that when alarmed fish scuttle Into dark plus beneath the water A friend of mine told me of an Ingenious plan adopted by an old fisherman on the Dlue river to take advantage of this fish custom said A B Vas Valkenburgh United States district attorney The old fisherman procured a bar rel bored a number of holes in It and weighted the bottom with lead and Iron To the top were fastened two topes attached to a windlass on a boat Rowing out to the mlddloof the llluo bottom of tho river Then the old fUherman tent his four sons two in tech direction to points 60 yard away whore they entered canoes and commenced to beat the water with flat paddles raising a great hubbub Grad ually they worked down to the boat whero old fisherman was ready to haul out the barrel As they came close to him he quickly manned the windlass and the barrel came to the surface By actual count there were 28 shod 40 carp 17 catfish and nine jack salmon In tits barrel The catch weighed 160 pounds Kanias City tar The Accident of In tits new Interpretation of life tall Julia Ward Howe In on address before hive religious associations In Jloston its gifts and obligations 1 must think the last two generation bqve even a very great an almost progress How iftould I ft woman fall to mention M part of this progress time rehabilitation of cozy In the democracy of souls the BQcldept of Involves right of masculine force pver feminine ln ne s and la time new creature Introduced by the Chris i lan teaching no distinction of er l responsibility was r oinltodH a EJ tE1 Miss build lug tywas thar mea elf Interrupts the brre rea fag ou thlt time I lI hl Incredible t burned themselves horseback was sunk hex I great lei Mew 9roa 4 w ISee the NEW Florence and 20th CENTURY Get a handsome set of ware worth 1750 free See J B Mount Co ad vertlsment in this paper for partlo ulaN Walking Cake Day Saturday November 7th of ezbl bltlon week Dont miss this exhibition The Majestic Walking Cake will be baked In a Majestic Range AirTight Oven m the Ing In the afternoon at about 230 twentyfive ladles will stand on two 12foot planks placed on the cake and crush It Hat In five minutes It will rise to its natural height when It will be cut and served to all present Drop In any day during exhibition week and have a cup of coffee biscuits Free Ladles especially In vlted J R Mount Co Exchange The Ladles of the 0 W M will have exchanges In the Stornaea Build ing the following dates November 14 Wednesday 25 Saturday Decemoer 12 The sale of good things will begin early on the dates mentioned The ladles will cater to the needs of the and will gladly take orders to bo filled How to Treat Spralrv Sprains swellings and lameness are promptly relieved by Chamberlains Pain Balm Thislmlment reduces In flamatlon and soreness so that a sprain may be cured In about third the time required by the usual treatment For sale by F P Friable 1m Resolutions Paused by Demo cratic Senatorial Committee cf 18th District Bolt resolved the democratic county chairman of Lincoln and Qarrard counties composing the 18th Senatorial of that a call be Issued the Democratic Senatorial Committee of the 18th Senatorial district of Ken tucky for a mass convention to beheld at the respective teat of several said district on the 17th day of November 1908 at tits hour of 2 p m on said date tor the of selecting delegates from Kald counties to a con ventlon to be held at Liberty Casey ber laoS at which Senatorial district convention there shell be selected by said delegates a democratic nominee for the said 18th senatorial district of Kentucky it resolved That the basis of representation from the said several counties In told 18th district shall be as follows One for each 200 votes cast for the democratic nominee for president In the election of 1904 or of said 200 votes and lie it further resolved That In of said bask of representation that Lincoln county to nine delegates Casey county six county delegates and Uarrard county six delegates to attend sold convention at Liberty Kvt as aforesaid and ported the democratic ticket young men who have become of age since last regular democratic Lion and to aftillaU with time democratic party shall be ble and are to Be It further resolved That time ktogttM selected from the several counties to attend the Senatorial District Convention and who shall hold as signed by the Chairman and Secretary Convention be and District Caws ChaaF Montgomery JJ IaIII wonderful morn B Sataida the Casey county Ky on the democrats hate heretofore snit an u or Count prima taole entitled mw de tot participate t the J do i l 6 r and 1 i November a housewives 2t a one r the I I le stool beheldr 1 tw y Iloldaan Sec l1 1-11113TN I r s- n I I Tue f the fKIt b ll M wwamv Qaeoii will toll you that it is just ns essential to 1m vo good coal ns it is to have good things to cook with in propniring a meal guarantee n full ton of good coal cool nt a fair price Ballards Obelisk Flour in barrels and genuine Kanawah BANKS HUDSON Vo I j Salt- Y Lancaster Lute ft Coal Salt Lime Sand Colunus Cement Plaster Briok Bee Hives Roofing Ridge Roll Bale Ties 4 Feed Crushed Siding Field Flooring Ceiling Windows Doors Lumber Hay Stone Laths Shingles Phones 74 and Lancaster Ky i Mfg i 104 i I COMPANY j- d e Seeds t 1 LET us DRUGS We will fill them promptly and just as they should bo May we have the pleasure of serving you are in business for your a 0 Prescriptionsr pr We wil do so with the PUREST and BEST of no- curatoly s a Health Fnsbies iDRUGSTORE An Unusual Watch Offer ONLY 600 20year goldfillod case with genuine American movement FULLY GUARANTEED MORROW Jewelers and Opticians New Line Pickard China Just Received MORiDBERTS rr- i 1 I n GENTLEMEN We have a full line of Mens and Boys CLOTHING which we want to dispose of and we will save you from too to goo on the We hove a handsome line of Cloaks and ReadyMade Come SkirtsCo- me in and look tliroiigh our line and see jf we dont mean just what we say R S BROWN Kentucky I I I f suit I tII 14 I I I m IL Lnai caster NA NrNNkt 1 r e CMTIUL tmKU WKfcktY II W A VKAU F S HUOHES edrPubr K lttt t nt foil 1nw In fxinmilf n fCMll Unit Mnlttt Member rty Prat Aaeoolatlon net Eighth Dlalrlot Publishers League Lanenater Ky November 0 1008 Salutatory Hiivliitf purchased TIIK CKKTIIAI ItFXoitu plant IneludliiK Uio tub NorlplKiti Hit and the Kood will of 1117 predecessor the bin hearted and big brained Louis Lnndratn I bet tu muko uiy bow and send greeting and Kood will to the public 1 shall con llnuo the paper and the Job ofllco and though 1 am deeply scnslblo of tho ro sbonslblllty which attaches to tho po sition 1 hope by lair dealing and the publication of a conservative and consistent paper tree from malice or to merit the patronage which my predecessor enjoyed and more which may bo obtained by solicitation I hope to rccclvo tho exchanges which are on tho list and I request all correspondents to continuo their excellent service Since It will bo that I shall lay down tho pol ices of tho paper by a platform of principles to bo adhered to or a aa lutatory or an Inaugural statement so to speak the paper will bo devoted to tho best Interests of Lancaster and Qarrard County Tho good of our people and tho advancement of those principles which Insure their happl ness shall bo paramount In determin ing our course on any question Hav ing always believed In the principles of the Democrat party It goes saying that the paper will advo cato those principles and use all hon orablo means to aid In the election of candidates nominated on those prln clples All corrupt methods In pol itics commerce social life or In any thing whatever will bo earnestly op posed My father M D Hughes will help mo for awhile each week until I can take charge 1 have adopted the mot to which he used for a time at tho head of a Journal which ho published and I Glean aseM and defend tho prlu clples suggested by it The motto follows Pure religion Untarnished Democracy add Good Government In this wo see all that Is good and excellent In life 1 ask the Indul gence of tho public until I am tully equipped for he work that Is before me Let us bold each other up and offer help and comfort In hours of ad versity F S HUGHES Valedictory In retiring from the tripod of Tips CUNTHAL RKCOUD I take this of expressing to every patron of The Homo Paper my most profound gratitude for every kind word of encouragement and for every penny dropped Into the till of the enterprise during the fourteen years have tug ged at the oars to keep the ship afloat and Issue a paper giving strictly the newsof Lancaster and Garrard County During this time our efforts have been largely devoted to printing mat ter that would build up the town and county and brine business hero yet my chief purpose has been to keep the columns of this paper free from any thing that would cause a heart ache or was calculated In any way to ques tlon or besmirch the character of any one We have had nothing to say In regard to politics because wo the time has long since arrived when the voter must weigh well In his own mind tho character and qualifications of the candidate be tore lending aid In placing him In control of public affairs As stated above I appreciate more than feeble pen Is able to express the patronage of those business men In Lancaster and Garrard County who have supported the paper and while It has become necessary to cast my lot elsewhere my most earnest desire and sincere wish Is that the splendid ad vantages and opportunity of and Garrard County will yep at tract attention of those In position to bring them before the financial world and that our people will receive what Is Justly duo them- I have sold rIm CENHHAL to Mr F S Hughes a son of my friend Judge M D Hughes This sale In clndes tho plant subscription list good will and all pertaining to tho business All those owing the ofllce for subscription or Job work will con fera favor upon myself but upon my successor by calling at the ofllcc and paying same to Mr Hughes Any favors In the way of Job work or subscription given to my worthy and deserving successor will bo appreciated by me I tnank you my friends many times over for tho patronage you have given me and In bidding you adieu my greatest desire Is that you will M our old Rip Van Winkle said Llvo Long and Prosper and that we will all eventually In That City Not Made by Hands Eternal In the Hcavoni Verily Louis Landram Some one put crow eggs under our game hen and wo have no roosters for this Issue In the late election tho people were arrayed against predatory wealth and they lost In tho battle The the Hrownvllle affair would have detested Taft If the toe tend children of his party had not put up money enough to buy hU oleo 9 i t A I Jtl COlt lItt n I I I f t i I f t i C notonly and Ion It tie Ill wlll I expected without r method I s right thinking Lancaster lti con need panic ry Lot tho democrats stet on cdunn llonrtt campaign leaching the people thill honor Justice Rte more tu be dcslicd than much gold Although the democrats lost on Tumdar they should clean their guns nod go sit It Hgalli No coiiipromUo should be made fur dcnnxiritlc prln ililcM weird not bum to die but iu Inherent In nature ihlngx nod though crushed down fur awhile corruption non Illthy lucre like truth they will rise again Such IK tho of nil that IK pure right and Just und of nil principles which promote tho general The Presidential election being over wo hope that tho pcoplo will como down gradually so 01 to with no disasters as they have boom up In tho air for some time This election comes too often Tho Pros Ident can servo two terms and It ho wore elected 8 yenta at tno start It would save commercial disturbances and many disappointments But tho strangest thing in our his tory Is tho tact that Roosevelt serves 10 years and It mav be 24 years If ho and his man Taft stand In with tho corporations that have grown rich by protective tariff special favors given them by tho Republican party It might be Roosevelt 8 more years through Taft and 8 more for himself after Taft This Is onu man rule so glaring that It savors of a monarchy as well have him tho and fourth term as to have the man ho names CANDIDATES CARDS For Congreee lIon Harvey Helm of Lincoln county li a candidate for reelection to Congress on time Democratic tick et Your support will be appreclat ed To The Voters I take this method of announcing that 1 have been nominated on the Democratic ticket for Superintendent of Schools and will appreciate your support Miss For County Jailer I am a candidate for the office of jailer of Garrard county subject to the action of the and will appreciate our DaTe O Sanders To The Voters- I am a candidate for the ofllce of Jailer of Garrard county to the action of the Democratic party and any assistance may see to give mo will be greatly appreciated To The Voter To the Democracy pf Garrard 1 take this of announcing to you that I am a candidate for the ofllce of for Garrard county 0 A Robinson to be my deputy sub ject to the action of the democratic party G T Ballard To Oarrerd County Voter I am candidate for SherrllT of Oar rard county subject to the action of the Democratic Your support will be appreciated and If will put forth my efforts to dls charge the duties of the ofllce John Walker will be my deputy avid Ross To the Voters of Garrard I am a candidate for the ofllco of Assessor for Garrard County having been nominated by the Democratic county committee 1 submit to the that If 1 am elected the duties of the ofllce faithfully and will appreciate their support To The Voters- I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for circuit clerk and take this method of assuring the voters will appreciate their support Being employed every 1 visit voters but my quail their consideration will be very aratoful for done for me Very respectfully To The Democrats of Garrets County Your county committee has called a primary election to be held on the 28tn day of November 1008 fur the purpose of selecting a candidate for County Clerk and to I submit my claim for nomination for said ofllce Every citizen of Garrard county Is In terested in having said office faithfully administered and I submit to my record In administering the affair office as evidence Should yon again honor mo with the nomination fur ofllco and should I be elected you can rest assured that your Interest will be faithfully and honestly looked after as have me In the past It elected my son Alex Jr bo my deputy Thanking you for your past and that you will again see your way clear to sup port mo In the primary Yours Respectfully To The Voters To the Democratic voters of Mails tonal District No 1 Garrard Kentucky 1 am have been for some time past n candidate for the office of 1 was a candidate before the recent meeting of the Committee and believe under the party law that said Com mlttee had no to make a tlon for any office to November 1st The party law reads as follows Said Stain Committee or any other Committee shall not call a primary or convention for the nomlna a Democratic candidate or can dldates for any office to bo tilled by a vote November In the the In which the election Is to beheld for which said candidate U to be voted for I am a candidate for said office and will bo until the people say that they do not mo and I take this method of my friends that I am candidate and will thank them supportYours DAVID DUODKIUK 14th U08 Saved Them State Secretary of American Vetlnary tlon The herd or on which the Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy used was yesterday this the them J R Mount Co LiGCMter Kjr I t 1 I J y a if aid tit b t County and assure thom I will discharge W that 1 dart tlcatlons to Cast ld Count of the Peace for said distrIct This OCt Dr J Q Oreeson a U limo history moo virtually another Shorn m coon as redo a s remedy k n y r g Noun of Democratic Primary Eleo jj lion The tcmocratlu Voters ors hereby bo liuld In Uarratcl county pursuant to lIt corn iniiUo urn under tile primal y election following manner town 1 llriti A primary uiicHoti will bo hew in noel pricuM In lariutil county thu hours nf nix ucluck HUM on Hiiturdur Utiih day of November 1U08 purpose uf iiominaling canulilnlcM for tilt fur the Mllces of Sheriff Jailer UotiiUV Court UlntK mid UluiK Of the UitrrHiil UIHiilUOUil scud camlldnliH lu be voUU bur when humiliated at the rtgujiir November elotcloo 11H1 Second Any known democrat who li a legal voter the whorl ho offers to vote on the day thereof or who will bo a voter In said at time regular November election 1000 shall to vote In this primary Third Tho officers who hold this election shall bo appointed by the democratic County and shall bo selected from lists of persons qutillthd to hold the saino from lists by the various candidate and shall be so selected that each can dldato will have representation In said office of HstH shall be furnished tu the committee the various cant Ida ten at least ten days to the date of the election Each candidate shall bo entitled to a challenger and the same person may act as challenger and In spcctor Fourth Said primary election will bo held under the eke thou law of the State of Kentucky with a uniform ballot In each prcclnt limo boxes from each prcclnt and all returns shall be made to the chairman of time Committee within tho tine required by law and on tho next county committee shall meet at tho Court House and canvass the return and the names of tho successful candidates to tho officler to be under tho democratic device of tho democratic on Limo ballot to be voted at tho general November election 1000 for the retpcctlvn office of which such persons may bo neat rated Fifth Any democrat who Is qualified to hold said office desiring to a candidate the primary election for of tho offices for which this call Is made and to have his name printed on the ballot for tho said election shall on or before oclock midnight 1008 deposit with the chairman or secretary commit tee the sum of 100 00 for tho purpose of defraying sold expenses of mary election and such deposits shall constitute notice to tho committee of the desire of such candidates to have his name printed on said ballot of said election for tho office that ho may designate In the event there In a remaining from the amount so deposited bo return cd to said pro rata Sixth In the event there shall be only onccandldate for of the respective offices named who shall de posit tho chairman or secretary of the County Committee on or the said date mentioned herein re said In that event the democratic County Committee shall meet and candidate or candidates the nominee or nom Inees of thedemocratlc for the office for which he may be a candidate The order on tho ballot In which tho name or the candidate shah be printed shall be determined by lot In the of the candidates and be fore the committee after due notice to said candidates to be present Seventh It Is ordered that this notice of time said primary election be posted as required by law by order of tho democratic Committee this September 22th 1003 W OGoocii Chairman D R M West Secretary A Copy Attest M Sec D 0 WAS PRISON OF JOAN OF ARC Foundation of Ancient Tower Dug Out In Convent Grounds at Routn The prison of Joan of Arc has Just been located near Kouon The founda Lion of the ancient tower In which It was have been discovered and opened up through some now construction work undertaken by the government In the grounds of tho Unullno con vent from which tho nuns hava recent ly boon expelled Tho workmen In digging for the new foundations came upon n massive wall enclosing a circular space with a diameter at about 3 feet When thl was cleared of earth a well was found In the center measuring six feet across and about 30 foot In depth Water rose In It clear and cold an soon tho earth had been cleared away from tho bottom When the antiquarians got busy they Identified tho wall as the founda tlon of a building which was known for ages aa Tho Maids Tower A document dating back to 1641 was pro duced which taking It for granted that this tower had been the prison of the Maid of Orleans 210 years nrovl ouily gave a description and of It Including tho well which unmistakably watch tho rulna Just ox burned The structure appears to stood unchanged from the loath of Joan In 1431 to 1G90 when It was reduced to ruins in the course of a siege In 1769 the city tensed tho site on which ruin stood to Louis Mouclmrd In 1780 he appears to have stopped paying tho rent Tho greater part of tho ruin was cleared away about this time but aa lato as 1789 a vlnltor writ Ing about tbo Place mentions the foundation of the tower a vUlblo pad siioalnof tho well After that It was tilled In with earth and later the became part of the nuns garden and tho pxlitoneo of the ruin and limo tradition attaching to It wero forgot ton and Croup In Children My little girl Is subject to colds lays Mrs Win II Song No 41 Fifth St Wheeling W V Last winter she had a severe spoil and u terrible cough but I cured her with Chamber lalna Cough Remedy without tho old of a doctor and my little boy has been prevented many times from having the croup by the timely use of this syrup This li tor sale by y JWblt Ira r tuut it 1 low of till blaHI lit IUII1UCkY lu lime tile tgtllnt Yullhg III suI1W between IIIIU four Shuulnnl for thu lIIucrllUu I 1 November respective i00 I u measurements have the Cold remedy i notllecl at flute iocluxk m 1J alto P 1 t FALL OPENING THE GREAT Majestic Exhibit at the store of J E Mount Co Beginning Wednesday November 4 Two Qraphono concerts daily 010 and 230 Bryan and Taft speeches at oach concert T S WINDOW GLASS 1 We are prepared to furnish all kinds and sizes McRobertsDrugStore BARGAINS I IN MY LINE Dressers 8 to 30 00 Washstands 4 oo to 10 Beds 4 to 30 00 Bed springs 2 50 to 5 Mattress 2 to 15 00 Chairs per set Diners 4 to 20 Rockers 150 to 12 Tables Dining 6 to 35 Center 150 to 10 Big line of Carpets and Rugs Cone and see them J C ROBIN When You Start iMm I ffi1 j I J 11II IIJfrfI P A totN I AND I 1 I I I I I 80 N I iiiiiiiIi II I y 1 a i Rd j iaerir arVI j i Out Thanksgiving you want to be sure you arc coming back whole It wouldnt do to have an accident happen err that day Lots of accidents ore the result of poor harness You can insure against one by securing a set of ours which we guarantee to be as good and strong on time inside as it is attractive on time outside Come look them over W J ROMANS I i i I I THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A K DENNY iriildial J B STOBMES Vies Pm1 S C DBNNV Caiblir J J Robinson AsatCa- R T Embry PIHKOTOHS D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John H Htonnea 80 Denny J L Oil Sam f Roek keeper Boies for BeitSafely eposlt Tft Solicit Yoir Mm It A How Much Could You Get For Your Farm Tou nro n farmer X HWJ ncnr tliln town You own Inml Lot im say that you own moro than you iicud null would Ilku to tell a htiiutrtMl acres How much could you set cr nero lnnd vnltim hero rlncn lately lint linn tlio vnluo of your laud risen n you think It should Your laud Is good land You think It In worth cotmldcrably wore than anybody Ins offered you Well let u nee A man buying farm land naturally prefer to locnto near n thriving up to data town lie wants goad liomo market for his I lu want good schools i I t1tUmtttUt1tt t t11tt 1- t t t2 0 J 10 r rV 1- r 4t F crops Lot u say your land threo from town A farm that very much llko yours li three miles from n town twlco ni big iid twlco an proupcroui UiU town It you were going to buy a farm for your own occupancy wouldnt you n wholo lot moro for land near the Utat IK twlco n bar l twice i lively T Of courto you would It would bo good bUHlncM Now what makes n town big and bustling Money Mouoy In clrcula tlon Not In circulation In Chicago for Instance but right lu tho that wants to grow How much money liaro you tent to tho big Mall Order bounce In the city tho past ten years How much havo your neigh lam sent How much have all of you together out of circulation lere at home miles i looks f I a J t rs 1 1i town put a y o 4 It In probably beyond calculation If all that money had boiii spent lu your owif hump town Unt It reasonable to assume that tho towu would have grown more than It has grown f Wouldnt this town bo a bigger and batter town f Wouldnt it havo moro stores to buy your produce Wouldnt it havo more public improvements to mnko it moro attractive to outsiders who might como hero to live to go into business or buy your ourplus land at n good figuro ITO TRADE AT HOME MEANS TO HELP THE TOWN AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD TO HELP THE TOWN AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD MEANS TO HELP YOURSELF m ii H II Mil fl I t 1 t H Ht I I 1 r i a k J J WALKEH Presidentw J S JOIiNBONVlco ORGANIZED 1883 Tha GlTiZENS NATIONAL BANK Ot LANCASTER KY CAPITAL IIM SOBPHJS jitB P HUDSON Cashier W O BtoNKT Awt Casur 0 D WAIKKH Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson D F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Glbbs BEAZLEY HASELDEN Will Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns all your farm property Office at National Bank Lancaster Ky Phone 31 The Garrard Bank Trust Co IKCOIirORA- TKDLunonsstur Ky Capital Stock 50000 Stock Holders Guaranty 50000 New and Uptodate Steel Vault SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES We Invite you to call and Inspect our office and building and make use of our facilitjes i for expeditious pleasant and SarI trausac V Ibis of business awe Th Farmers Bank J Book i Iii fI fY I IJ jl I I I JIi H iv I lI I i ii- t rtr ri l J i J Iij t A t kcopen- r r L r 1Ya sand M j fL V y il 6- r t1 ttt 1 sal L s- J 1r al Gossip About People I A Arid Mention of the mn Oolngi ly Thou Wt Inltrtiltd In rrttimu IM I uatl IX M V Klkln of Lexington was here Monday Mr J M JVurii n visitor In Louts vlllo tills week Hmintor Ceo T Furrls citino from Louisville to vote Mr AM Hhcly of Chicago was n visitor hero tills week Miss Delia Tlnllcr Is rolfl then In Carlisle and Paris Mrs linn joined her husband In KnoxvlllcJLcnn Mr nod Mrs Louis VVust will return to City BntuYdny Mrs Nniinlo Woarrcn of Lexington Is vtsltltiK Mrs 8 I Cochran Mrs Juliet Ilouors Is In Cincinnati fern weeks stay with friends Mrs of Mlrtdlcftboro has been n recent visitor hero Mr Carlton IJIkln Is In Atlanta for several weeks stay with relatives Mrs Kettle Lnndrntn Is In Danville vUltlntf Mrs Mary Allen McDonald Mrs Joe Faulkner of Mlddlesboro Is visiting hcrslster Mrs Jennie West Mrs W K Oott and baby hays ro turned from a visit to relatives In Ulclimond Mr and Mrs M K Klkln of Imvo been the guests of Mr and MrsTSEIklnMcsdatncs Dillon and Jesse Wearen of Stanford wero visitors here Saturday Rev M V 1 Yeaman nnd Mr Nat Ourrey of llarrodsbunr wero visitors mere tho past week Mrs Artlibr Ilubbard who has been the guest of Mrs J K Stormes has returned to Covlnclon Mr J L Anderson after several weeks visit hero to his old home has returned to Washington D 0 Miss Mabel Ilrownlni who has been vIsllliiK Mrs 0 V Darnold has re turned to her homo in Winchester Miss Albeit McCabe who has been vlsltlnit Miss Ilcttlo West has return ed to her homo at Vlcksburg Mrs John Mcrshon of Somerset and daughter Mrs Arthur Hill of Lincoln were guests of the family of Mr John Walters last Friday- A handsome picture of Rev I K Adams and wife appeared in Satur days Courier Journal Mrs Adams was the pretty Miss hcsslo Leo Price of this city Congratulations are being showered on Mr and Mrs Bruce Lawson and many good wishes expressed for their llrstborn n lino young sun who last week Congratulations and good wishes are being sent to Mr and Mrs Clarence Williams for their sun who has Just arrived at their homo In Lexington Ky Mrs Williams was formerly Miss Eugenia Potts Dunlap of this city The boy has been named Clar once Llndsy Williams for his father Mr W II Wherrltt celebrated his 84th birthday Saturday evening by an elegant supper to his relatives Mrs W M Hogle of New Orleans was the only child present It was also the 62nd anniversary of their wedding Many useful and pretty presents were received Sincere congratulations and well wishes were tendered and the oc casloii proved a most enjoyable one Tho Womans Club held Its regular meeting lust Wednesday afternoon at half past 2 oclock at the Christian church Sunday school room Mes dames J M D V Bridges were In charge of the program subject being China and Confucianism which was splendid It was a very interesting meeting and a largo mom bership present Mrs Williams of Cainpbcllsvlllc was the guest That tho members have progressed and grown In thelrclub life In very evident Tho next meeting will bo November 11th at tho presby terlau sunday school room Japan Phencmilnal Progress is tuna subject with Mrs W I Wil hams and Miss Margaret Mount lead ors Hostess Miss Martha UIII The Junior Society of tho Christian Church enjoyed a Halloween party at the home of Mrs Amon Saturday nluht About thirty live wore present all wore masked and presented u grue some picture as they tiled In through the small entrance guarded by the Old Witch In the dlnvllght witch stories were told during which clank lug chairs und weired sounds come from least expected places The ghosts then unmasked and were usher oA into tho dlnlitg room whore Clmla rolla In her chariot grouted them no companled by her fairies Mrs Amon assisted by Mrs liullou and Mrs William Miss Salllo Klkln and Ham Johnson waited on them with lemonade and ginger bread ap pies nuts and grapes Misses Sue Anna Lear Aorta Margaret Klkln sad Fannie Tinder did the entertaining Mind Your Business I you dmifc nobody will It Is your to keep out of all the trouble you eau und you will keep out of liver and bowel trouble If you take Dr Icings Now Life Villa They keep blllousnew malaria and JaUndlco out of your system Mo at R K MoRob prta druii storaJ Iw n I iOWIt 1 and Art was VIAl Unit JJnvlll Washington ChRrleli Collier I d I J ar- rIved I I iarm and oJ retinue of ails rCatttttirtea e 4 aY Curries Lexington Miss t the business rfi I influx i leanly Mir HI W w Mnhati of Lnmnitnr vtolted MMfolm Mn l r- Mr MM ttwlor itttrt Mnlmn vmliml bits HitzitouUi JtafcuMil Urub OianiiMl Mr 11 li ItolUelnw Is wiling goods ul this lit oxptotsa sliuro of thin trade ilierB nmjiiw tot only slight Hope of till drouth Ming broken soon Dlx River Til ninny plnem Springs tool wills urn my low anti drinking water Is soiree People urn hauling water from the big pond on Monefco Hlmorofl farm mid for nil that wo havent heard of n prayer bomg fur rain JIUKNA VlSlA Mrs lay has moved from this county to Mercer Poor Is with her sister Mrs Millard flour Stanford Robert Harris of Lexington was a visitor lit J It RobinsoiiH lust week Mrs J U Ruble is entertaining our cousn Mrs Reynolds of Scdalm Mo The meeting continues at Mt Olivet Brother Jones Is preaching some soul stirring sermons Walden lllakenian who attends school at Ucrea College hits been via iting parents Mrs IlolllsSponnnmorc of Wllmorc and Mrs Will Hamilton of Lancaster visited Mrs Monday Mr Albert Skinner has bought soy oral barrels of corn from Willis Moore at Camp Dick Robinson price 333 Mr Wllloughby Coulton law stu dent at Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with tune family ot W T King Misses Stella sold Nellie Clark Mr and Mrs Leonard Pollard all of Lan castor have been visiting Mrs U 11 Lane Mr nnd Duncan Mrs Mont gomorv of Uourne Mr and Mrs John Johnson of Wllmore were guests Sunday of the fanny of John Duncan Mrs J F Ruble accompanied her mother Mrs Lane to Lexington lust week M ruble will return this week but Mrs Lane will remain In definitely How to Curo a Cold Be as careful us you can you will oc caslonally take cold and when you do got a of known reliability and that Is certain to tITcct a quick cure Such a medicine la Chamber hails Cough Remedy It has gained a world wide reputation by Its remark able cures of this must common all can always be depended It acts on natures plan relieves the lungs aids expectoration opens the secretions anti aids nature In tho systolic to a healthy con dition During the many years In which It has been iji general use we have ytt to learn of a single case of cold or attack of tho grip heaving re suited In pneumonia when this rem edy was used which shows conclusive ly that It Is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease Chamber lains Cough Remedy contains no opl um or other narcotic and may be glv en as conlldently to a baby as to an adult For sale by F P Frljble 1m STONE Mr Rill Whlttaker was In Lexlnuton last week Mary A Sanders sold to Dock Leo a cow for 2icts Beatrice Sanders sold to A T San ders a tract of land for 8700 Miss Muncrvle Speaks and brother are tho guests of Mrs J T Speaks Misses Mollie Hurt and Alice Snyder visited tho Missus Sanders Sunday Mr Llgo McMillan and wife were tho guests of Miss Ella Hicks Sunday Mr It II Montgomery and wife at tended preaching at this place Sunday Nlss Ode Snyder visited her sister Mrs OS Sanders Saturday and Sunday Riiiiey and brother were tho guests of their aunt Mrs U U Pros tonMiss Lula U Crutchflold was the guest of Miss Llunle Leo Preston Sun day Miss Molllo Hurt of Paint Lick was a visitor of Miss Alice Snyder Satur day night Mr and Mrs John Roberts of Jeans mine were the guests of her sister Mrs Pcuciilo Grow Mr Lewis Murphoy wife and daugh ter Lyda Mae spent last week with relatives at Lexington Mr and Mrs J T Hicks and chlldror visited tho latter mother Mrs Mary Snyder lust Sunday Mr Hugh Aldrldge wife and little daughter Carrie spent from Saturday until Sunday with their aunt Mrs Mary Sanders Miss WllllH R Henry of McOrcary attended preaching at this place Sun day und visited Miss Ills licks Rev Fern and wife visited friends at this place und filled his regular ap polntmcuts Saturday and Sunday How Digestion Mrs Mary Dowllngof No 228 8th A vu Sot Francisco recommends n remedy for btumach trouble Silo says Oratltudo fur the wonderful tlicet ell Klcctrle Bitters acute In digestion prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach unit liver Hitters Is the best remedy on the market to day ThU great tonlo slid alterative modi cline Invigorate the system purities the and U especially helpful lu forms of femalo weakness 60o at U3MoIlouerUdruif8tor9 If I I I I Mrs lno is u Ora lIr Sam w n ment and r Miss Lyda II your III II case of blood 1Itt1f11IIiV111JI Mrs dry offered MIss his Joe Hamilton upon restoring M troubles all Bu8ino89 Items 6tkw plan and hrnid hiked miiy flay L ft N Restaurant for iiiisii plo n liros will save you on steel or galvanized W J Romans i Meals hours Charlie llaldr loin phone Nu 210 I handle the best cutting harrow inude W J Romans lBtororoorn nnd residence for rent osNcsslon Nov I II U Hamilton if D6nt buy your cutting harrow un til you got my price J Romans Old Hickory wagons at reduced pric es for 20 W J Romans on fulomi Plows and plow points ftSl ff Uros t Mil Charlie llaicrleln No 10 when you want anything In tho restaurant line forgot tho Old Hickory wagon Is stronger and than other wagons W T Romans J Jet Old Hickory wag ons before buy W J Romans 1 Now Is tho time to got bargains In I Surrlcs Ihigglcs Carts and Harness at Conn Brothers I For Sale A house nnd lot on Richmond street Apply to J II Dunn Paint Lick Ky I do not want lo carry my large stock of buggies through tho winter Come get ono while they are so Ull Romans I Vhen you want to catch tho early aln call L N Restaurant No 240 and have them prepare your breakfast Charlie Halerleln 1 am overstocked with buggy and wagon harness For thirty days I will give you the bargain you ever had W J Romans 0 11 y Stray Mule block suckling mule colt came to y place at McCreary Sunday Owner can get same by paying expenses Walker My dwelling and lot adjoining the ollego grounds Is for rent for the year 1101 For particulars can see the place Mrs Susan Fisher tf For Rent Store room occupied by Henry uncans shop Possession Jan 1 II T Logan if led steer came to place on Lick about July 1st weIght TOO Ibs Anyone can gut same by paying cost and pasture Wm Jlurshbanks Paint 3t j For Rent ur residence on Lexington Ave to J F Robinson at the Hank Mrs W It Robinson and Daughter If Wanted i corn ground In Qarrard bounty Will rent In grain or money Call ui Record olllco or address Q O Spoonamore Prcachersvllle Ky 41 Dwelling For Rent welling on Crab Orchard inn lilt For particulars my home Hamilton 1030tfi- lty Property for Sale laving decided to locate elsewhere will sell my stock of goods storeroom And dwelling possession to bo liven at once C D 31 Wanted dozen fresh eggs will pay 22c for clean fresh stock VIII pay pre mlum fur extra II li North colt Olllce on Stanford St Rent eldencencxt lo School former IftOecupled by Dr Denny now occupied by me Possession Jan 1 Apply to Mrs Fisher tf f Estray en lip as ostrav on Oct 23rd one ick Poland China male sliest weigh Ihg about 75 pounds Owner can have name by paying for this notice and J HGullcy 2t Wanted fat turkeys from November 10 Oth Highest market price paid H II Norlhcotl Lancaster Stan ford LancasteLotllco on Stanford St oiling For Rent dwelling on Danville street occupied by me Possession 15 with privilege of rent Ing next year Apply at tailor shop Danville street if To City Tax Payers Your city taxes are duo Tho city taxes are very near all we have to run Limo city us the license do not amount to much Please como forward and pay taxes before time penalty goes on October 1st These tuxes must oe mirl nf njt have to make inv settlement with tho tho nrst night In December Luther K horses City Marshal Jj O Latest Invention Scripture And also that every man should Hat and Drink and Enjoy the Good of all his Labor It is the Gift of God So this only have I found that God hath made titan upright Hut they have sought out many Inventions And so It is The latest is Electrified Air for bleaching Wour Vc have installed one In our null and every pound of our Flour IB Strictly 1 UUW and beautifully white 11URNAM KUCK1W Faint Ky rltII till 1 nt nil 1 ont prices on W J rune I moon My ulscs lon all see me at l Susan JS 1 1 keep of eug nru once I I t Lick I real liim t you L p morn- Ing mite National 1 uwoll 000 For 1 tied T n out Oct Will I Monday J I Fall Winter Wo have secured everything now for Fall and Winter especially n largo assortment of the stylish GoldMedal Special and Gage Shape We cordially Invite you to call and see thorn Mrs Alexander Walker B L Preit W C Fish W 0 Kcmpir Csiblir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED a d ULLzWEY ji j VIce Past J F- tt ten J Wood offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking too CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 900000 M COY R L ARNOLD ROOUYN J 8 BURROWS WOODS WOODS ntnvronat J B K L W C pIalr Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Y The 19O8 Improved iDe Laval SEPEEATOESTen years ahead of all others in every feature of separa tor practicability Ten New StylesTen New CapacitiesTen New Prices A size for every dairy from the smallest to the largest Beautiful in Design Perfeot in Construction Everlasting in Daily Use Result of thirty years experience in building separators Send for handsome new catalogue illustrating deg scribing machines in detail and to be had for the asking THEO Agt We extend to the public a most cordial invitation to call and inspect our lines of FALL AND WINTER MILLINERYMRS OUR MOTTO Always Something New Wo are now ready for you with our new lino of FallSuitsGoatsSkirts- I Furs and Misses IK DRESSES visiting trade can Inspect one of the strongest of oodles to be seen any where Original in style Correct in fit and shape Perfect In tailoring Matchless In value New goods arriving dally i J B WALKER CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY 11 II jjililWiWJjjr O EA I m CUR EY 0 f I I I I j toO I I i I 1- 1I I Ibo M I11 a 1 p Q- g and r too ooCoo o ooAQooo o rMeeeoooeeweoeooYeeeeeesoeoa wNaeeetee ee i t t M M y i 0 j t No Better Advice MuM nfl rd you It la nn for ono to enjoy rd health It Li out of order U is not osnary nil yslent tlEfWINn Constipation Chills and and all duo to a Torpcd Llvor CtlRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED I have troubloll for tim pane four with t1at tloutor cnllal chronic nJIII IIadvlllN tuts to use lIorblno I clld nnJ cared I would not ho without It world Take plouuro In rccontmcuellng It rlcnds y sue l 1 I e 4 L 0rrIa 4 r 1 fMMItgIILIFdh tIY jIrt lAlu llliil- Wf O J 1 AD AC 1 y LIWIET- r IJ 51E- r rruti o ANaTNAO 1 r a nnc your l over Dyspepsla- 1dairla tx cut nd nm now for tits Pleasing and Effective1 I A Positive Cure PRICE Ballard Snow Liniment Co 500502 North Second St ST LOUIS r 1 Soc MO- d Yv e Hiii gnid f d Recommended by T R E McROBERTS J A BEASLE53T ifr I iA n + UNDERTAKER Arterial Cavity Esbalria Olllee OQ DQYllle Street L i uA PULL LINE OF CASKETS ANU BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK GOING SOUTH t Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale QUEEN C CRESCENT Points South and Southeast Tickets Good RttmralM Vatl Nay 31st 19 9 Write for rates and folder H C SING CPA lot Mala St Lxla tB Ky VIA II Tn Many L I r ROUTE- r Public Sale Having leclded to RO to Oklahoma I will offer at public sale on the W J Ullllsple farm 1 miles from Lowell and 2 miles from Paint Lick on tbe Gllllsple pIke on WEDNESDAY NOV 25 1908 sell the following property towlt Three aged horse mules 1 pair of twoyear old mare mules 3 yearling horse mules 1 good family horse 8 years old 1 good family horse 8 years old 1 good family mare 8 years old In foal bvjack one colt 40 head yearling steers 0 head twoyears old 3 calves 5 good milk cows 3 of young calves 110 good sheep 60 5 fat bogs 250 bales of mixed clover and timothy bay 1800 bales nice tim othy 1000 shocks of corn will be shucked and In pens 1300 shocks of fodder and will furnish place to feed It Farming Implements 1 good wagon and harness 2 mowing ma chines 1 bay rake 1 good corn planter 1 good disk harrow and a lot of plows and gear 1 good buggy 1 buckboard and harness 1 share of stock In Paint Lick Creamery 25 bushels of Irish Potatoes one half Interest In about 8000 pounds of tobacco Household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 0 oclock G M LAUD Notice All persons having claims against the estate Landrum assignor are hereby notified that I will on Saturday beginning Saturday flu 1008 at 4 oclock p m sit at the office of Horudon Herndon Lan cuter Ky to receive claims against the estrte of the said assignor All Indebted to him will please Ren D Herndon 4t Assignee MAHK8BUUV w Mr Robert Smith and family re cently visited her mother Mrs Ray at Buckeye Mrs Den King andMlsa several days In Lexington recently shopping Mr M F Rout has returned from Lexington after a lslt to Mr George Hlgglnbothnm Mr William Dollln sold a bunch of cattle to Will Lawson at from 21 to 3t eta per pound Misses Lee Herring aad Mary Chess nut visited Miss Msywe Underwood Wednesday evening Mr Cyrus flally after an Illness of pavers weeks Was able to cut his Itt the polls Ut GewrgB lgvr bu returned from Kentucky sbdats hay i f every i come forward and settle with me v l vote r v i k l v i r i Arta pent d 1L i Tuesday 6 tHr I Jr tlarland county where be spent sey with relatives Rev Henry Shouse left last morning to hold a two weeks meeting with a country church In Wopdford county He has secured the valuable services of Mr Willett to lead tbe choir Mr George Hlgglnbotham who bas been an Important factor In the elec tlons here came over from Lexington bright and early Tuesday morning to cast his vote While here bo was the guest of Mr M F Rout In memory of Mrs Susan Bourne who departed this life Oct 17 1008 at the home of her son Mr Ambrose Bourne where she resided 33 years She was 60 years old and since her connection wltb the work with Dlx Hlver church lived a consistent Christian life having been a member of this body for 65 years She la by six children Messrs Jack Sam Ambrose and Edmond Mrs John Holtzclaw and Bourne services were held at the Baptist church at Lancaster by Rev Shouse In the presence of a large con course of friends who had met to pay the last tribute of respect Her body was laid to rest In the family lot at Lancaster Seven Year of Proof 1 have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery Is the best medicine to take fur coughs and colds and for every diseased condition throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has had thirty eight years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery Is tbe best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis hemorrago of the lungs and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia Sold under guarantee at R E MoRoberts drug store 60o and 1100 Trial bottlo free lm To Taxpayers State and county taxes aro now duo Tho penalty goon on December 1st so you had bettor settle now and save the cost necessarily incurred by delaying tho matter A Arnold Sheriff BttK m I Itftsisisftll stt oral days Tuesday she MrJlm 9 iD survived Appropriate U Nl1JriJL KIM fs 4 Farm and Stuck lldttler Brothers sold 130 export 0 11 Hwlnotmmd sold two Jersey cows ut 9i A 1120 Tho sale of MeOrntliliiim Hhicl nt Lexington netted Col Mil ton Yuuug the proprietor about 175000- Wllllnin Curtis sold to W It Land a bunch of 111pound Iiou 83 W Illlvcns gold 76 head of 1600 pound cattle to henry Knight ft Co nt lj40 Interior Journal R A Dodd sold this week to John Wright of ClKTsldc NO a car of stock hogs at 3c per bound Also bought from Melvin Land and Moses Nave 10 acres each of timothy liar at 19 and one car load of clover hay from J Norton Fitch at 18 Shipped from Wllmore three cars of ear corn for which he paid 13 per barrel Jessa mine Journal The commission appointed by Roosevelt for the purpose of In quiring as to what may be done to better the condition of the agrlcul workers of the country will hold Its first meeting at the Agricultural Col lego of Maryland The will then RO south to devote the next ten days to hearings In the States south of Washington and cast of the Mississippi River It has bdcn estimated that In the best the crop Is only sixty ttyo per cent of what It might have been and many crops are not over forty per cent of a perfect yield It Is said If tho farmers of this country tad been able to add one grain more to each ear this year the total In crease would have been more than one and one half million bushels Win chester Democrat In regard to fattening hoes on skim milk with coin and waste from the kitchen this Is one of the most Impor tant branches of dairy work where there Is an abundance of skim milk The best ad vice I can give In relation to fattening hogs Is to advise the collcc tlon of bulletins on this subject from the various experiment stations and perhaps some books relative to this subject Pill pens as a rule are very about a dairy owing to the odor that always attends them For this reason they must be put at some dis tance from the milk house or else kept In well drained pens with cement floors or It will be Impossible to make tine butter when the wind comes from the direction of the pens With ordinary handling skim milk works best with suckling sows and young hogs Skim milk has the grow inz rather than the fattening food qualities and therefore better for mak tog the frame rather than fattening the hog With proper skill however both can be accomplished with It To do tills however the feeder must be thoroughly posted and that Is why I advise considerable study on the Home and Farm Watched Fifteen Y r For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklens Arnica Salve and It has never failed to cure any sore boll ulcer or burn to which It was applied It has saved us many a doctor bill says A F Hardy of East Wlllton Maine 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m IN LINE AT THE ReCIPTION Sad Story of Unfortunate Young Man and Buey Ladle The anaemlo young man with the Intellectual face hadnt wanted to go to the reception any of the time but the fell clutch of circumstances had ao tightened that the fatal afternoon found him wan but determined at the head of the reception line Mrs Smith chirped the hostess allow me to present Mr Montmoren cy How do you Lovely day Unt It Mrs Jones this IB Mr Ranchy Excuse me began the young man who was rather attached to own name but Mrs Jones was already human Interference Im so glad to meet you Are related to the explorer Drown lot me present Mr NanBen The young face was consider ably redder than when he started but he had not yet reached the end So glad Nice weather Unt It Do you know one really needs a Miss Smith this Is Mr Hansen YouJl pardon me but my name I a Oh I dont think peculiar at all Mrs Johnson Mr Pants I was just going to say began the desperate young man when the lady shook a warning finger at him That you were the original bad boy You young men are 10 dreadfully wicked thee days Gertrude Ger trude come here dear this II Mr Pecklie gritted his teeth but the matter was past help Im glad to meet you said the Sweet Young Thing Wont you come Into the dining room and have some I dont believe I quite caught your Pickles Isnt ItT Persons of a sensitive nature will appreciate how It pleased tho young man some 15 minutes later when ho expired after partaking of a dish of very groan Ice cream Puck IIU Term ot Endearment your husband still call you his pearl and hit gem and all that asked Not exactly answered the elder one doubtfully He hat taken to call lUll me hit gold brick of late and Im not sure what he miens by has right suggetttd the younger one Yes admitted this elder but Its hard to whether he hU defini lion from slang dictionary or n regular one I cattle 41o 3 Iliad Pres- Ident to day commission corn fields sub- Ject do his beyond Mrs mans parasol Its nameMr DON 1 just the the Post r at at objectionable you coffee the matron It- t sound say gets a arrtat DATE TO FOrtQBT Lombard Ctrtalnly Hid Cinch on Her Hubbys Memory A lurked nJ tho Corners of Mrs Lombards mouth as sho listened to the plaint of tho school friend whom ho had not seen moro than ton years Im stand dear she said youll have to reconstruct conic of your ptahit You tee I married a for getful mon too Why you told mo not ten minutes ago that your husband hail never yet forgotten your birthday or your wed ding anniversary cried her frlendj and you told me youd boon married neatly 1 1 years Thats ever since the year after father took us all abrt l Yes said Mrs Lombard demurely I have thats n long time Unt UT hut you see thing was in my favor I was born on the Fourth of July Mr Lombard couldnt very welt forget the national holiday And as soon u Id found out how forgetful he I decided to be married on another doll dayI suppose as you were abroad you didnt realize that tho date of my was unusual people arent often married on the twentysecond of Fob ruary I think Hut you see by a lit tie Judicious planning Ive been saved the necessity of reminding him about our anniversary Youths Companion JUSTICE BROWNS ONE LETTER Point In Argument Not Intended by the Great Jurist Mr Justice Drown of the United States court now retired was addressing a class Of young law yen In Detroit Mich which was home before ho wont to Washington according to the Saturday Evening Post In my opinion said tho learned justice to the young men lawyers just starting out In life prone to put too much reliance on letters of They go to a now town to settle down and take letters to help them along Instead of relying on their own abllttlei and not on the help others can extend to them I hear of young men taking a dozen or two let ter into new place Now I do not believe In that Why to show you how It I a matter of principle with me I will Inform you that I brought but one letter of Introduction with me when I came to Detroit only one The justice hero pouted and looked around to see what effect his words had had One young man piped up and said Who that letter from Mr Jus tics Drown Rufus Choate he replied and he doegnt to day understand why the class roared with laughter He Obeyed Order A ranchman living In that locality noticed a imall bunch of teal that were In the habit of using a pond not far from dw Jllng He requested Legrand to try hi luck with them the next morning when they could be ea ily found Legrand however wa short of ammunition o the ranchman gave him a shell which he jokingly enough for a good shot and he expected him to come back with tho whole bunch numbering six On the ensuing day Legrand departed before sunrise but returned to emptyhanded No Le grand T He shook his head No duck The next morning the result the amo No ducks Legrand rNo duck The third morning a shot heard Legrand returned with three beautiful bluewinged teal hanging from each shoulder Legrand how did you manage to have o much luck all of a sudden Today he replied the first time I could get them lined up to that I could bag them all at one shot Forest and Stream At Homes for Customers Shopping athomea 1 the lateit idea of a dressmaker in Part The decorations of the hall of her estab lishment are carried out In a Wedgo wood design The balusters are cush ioned with red velvet There la an old rose salon where the are parts clod In white and the carpets cur and luxurious couches are of old rose brocade In th gold salon the are paneled sand tho furniture upholstered in gold brocade In these room tea I served with things to eat and fashionable women may look at the gown on the model and chat about their merits even If purchasing is tar from their thoughts Watch the Milk Bottle We are nearing the hot months when the Infantile death will take 1U annual abrupt upward turn and in four or flvo weeks mortality will once more show Itself In customary shocking detail Much of It U duo to milk and not necessarily to milk that war impure before delivery If the parent of the community wish to the babies the remedy for the aura mar ill reels to a large extent with themselves of the milk bottle from time on will go a long way In preventing the dreaded die which mean o ranch In the countrys vital statistic Detroit Free Press The Vanity of Woman Dismal why tic dat wlramen U mot alters better lookln dan ui moo UT hazy Luke Dats a oay one A woman washes her face mot very day jut de looks uv It Willing to soda u Ive gut a notion to knock you Into the middle of next week growled the belligerent person Qo ahead said the other man Ive got a date with the dentist for next Saturday Judge Worn Louklnv IU boy you look ailf yon hid Just stepped out of fashion plate Crlmtcnb ak Tbat 10 I knew I hid rheumatism but I didnt suppose I was a ai Lute l frO I Ln tire mlln for war his are WAS this 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of any cleiuWo Journal Term II ywri t mwadMlin Rheumatism I fonnd tried cure totnatlital Not that will Mnlibkn Ui distorted limbs of chronic crtvpt nor turabnnrback to flMh tats deplorable dln e In Oennanr ltd of I lound Utt Ingredient Which Dr Rheumatlo lUinodr wai Dade k perfected dependable Without tncndlent treated many CMee but DOW atlMt Hunt curee all curable sue ol heretofore touch dreaded dltcaie Those waite Sound Blood eeem tndluolrt and under the action of tills remedy ai U tone forever U now no 1 j einue toiufler W tell and taconfldenm r niwi M Dr Rheumatic Remedy R E Itching Skin Diseases Are cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures form of or disease AH K ruggliti Write for sample E Mcd Co St Louis For sate at MollohortH Drim Store Eczema is Curable ZBMO a icUntlflc preparation for sterntl Stops and destroys germs that akin Ectma quickly yields and ls WBuniatlr cured by r m tk bU dlcln Writ for s a To ui il MoRoberU Drug Store JeEES EggsPoultry- or Anyone nalnl a etrb nel4mpllnn ml w a till t trID a for a filmed growths Ie can now unI tw the pains and Ioz Cheml the utcllllull I thus ranDIar iRheumatic r 1eQ to para 41110104 paw the and the cause or T real a ua nIrer wIth i I use ell Alt Z W ROM I4CGoIIelll la b1m a trod ene1 cur n tbrnu unn e meathn rfour mont 3eterosday New Ynrk have and a That a b win than sand In freely when trade waatsere s freely from ts Whose cause Dru gist pl Me and TAt CURES Pneumonia Gonmimptlon Feleye Heney and Tar not oly the cough but and strength en the lunge and prevents serious n suits from a cold j There U no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lush trouble u Hertey and Tat I taken a It will cure the most stub born cough the dangerous kind settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do soft risk Pneumonia when Heney and Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lung Remember name Feleye Heftey and refute any substitute offered Do not take chancea with some unknown preparation that you the same when you can get Feleye Hay and Tar that mate yen Be l er aad and cettala ia faults Contain opiate f r After PhytMaiM SaM He Nad C fMUinitI ii B H Jones Pastor U E Church Grove Md write About seven or eight ago I bad a very severe cold which physicians said wa very Beat pneumonia and which they afterward pronounced consumption Through a friend I wa Induced to try a umple ol Foleyi Honey and Tar which gave o much relief that I bought some el the regular else Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat that tire Three le25c 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times a much a the small and the 100 bottle almost sin Uaw IM muck sill AH KNMKIKI IIC C J K Stormes AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS DAINTY A THK ROHK 6 FOLEYSHONEY I PREVENTS an heals Fete that 4 F Tarand costs lIfo yean or alas sec PILES lallllte relief rr 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DENTIST over UerDdoo t ANDLUNS SATIBYAOTOs 013 r 1 Once Jewelry store wHITEd 1Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CIW or IMITATION TNI atNUiNi rmrtnto ONIT BallardSnow Liniment Ce OT LoUts McRoborts Drug Store FEEILE OLD LADY Hu Strength Sectored By Vinol Mrs Michael Bloom of Lowlitown rays For a long time I have been so feeble that I have had to be wheeled around an invalids chair I had no strength and took cold at the slightest provoca tlon which Invariably settled on my lung and a cough would result My son learned of the cod liver called Vlnol and procured a for mo It built up my strength rapidly and after taking three bottles I am ablqto do mot of my work and I can walk a quarter of a mile easily Every aged or weak person who re quires strength should try Vlnol I am delighted with what It has dose for meAs a body builder and strength for old people delicate children weak rundown and after sickness Vlnol Is unexcelled It U falls to give satisfaction wo will your money McIlobortR Drug Store The Truth Every in this who Uiuf Eczema Pimples Band rut or any form of or scalp dls case can find relief and be permanent cured by Zemo for external ute All durggliti sell ZIMO icr sale at Mclloberu I Pa who 11180 years of age preparation if creator from I J Drug f PILES Me 11 If ltltI iv M- Oa la e return d t r a Spore 1rI wi ly if Mwc