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THE CENTRAL RECORDVNTAnmilKD JAMOGMtT AW GOOD UOVMtifMKM HIKItTttKHTII LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER J3 11108 1 r PURE lwrlOJON I Nfl 83 Ii r r T1 trr4n Womens Distinctive Outerwear SuitsCoatsSkirtsWaists The seasons most wanted models fitted equal to custom made Wo extend to you nn invitation to call anti inspect our lino We also have a complete line of for Men Women and Children and can please you both in quality and prices Get in the Habit of Visiting THE Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated Leaders in HighClass ReadyMade Garments 1r it I J f 1r t h u u t i 1wi 1- s i I t- ij i I SICFS I I i- I a S 4r wC Well Dressed Ladies Wear Our ShoeS rIj f Y I iy H Local Items TUank God for the refreshing rain Prepare for Thanksgiving Thursday November 20 Lot Sold Mr CD Powell sold a lot with 7 toot front on Campbell Street Just south of his store to S G Hascldcn at 1760 On Parole Mr S B Jennings who went to prlsoi for live years for killing Mate Miller tins been paroled attar serving 1 months He has many friends and n latlves who hope that his conduct be that of a good citizen To Taaohera Miss Jennie Higglni County Supor intendent lien Information from the Stato School Superintendent that the money for teachers will not be ready next pay day Saturday because taxes are slow coming In Had Lost Hope L G Botkln Paris Ky says had no hopes of saving my hogs as some of them could not eat I drench ed them with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and did not lose a hog Bold by J It Mount Ky Opera House A meeting of the Stockholders of the Lancaster Opera Houto Company is culled for Friday November 13 at 7 oclock P M In the Directors room of Tho Garrard Bank and Trust Company Every ono must attend thin meeting as matters of great Importance are to be brought before them L G Davidson tiecy Sales Joe S Hasclden has sold the prop erty bought of Henry Duncan on Richmond street to his brother S G Hasclden and he has bought a half Interest In the undertaking business of J A Bcazlcy on Danville street Their office will bo with their Insur anco at the National Hank Joe Is a hustler and we predict abundant for him Alpha Mr W 0 Anderson showed us copy of this paper published In 1877 In this city by Mr A B Elkin It is a newsy little sheet and contains mnch that would be Interesting to many of our citizens ono Item stating that the members of the Christian church subscribed 11600 ono Sunday to pay some debts and B F Hudson Principal of the Malo Academy advertises that those who are not able to pay tuition will be taught gratuitously will I CoLancaster success Th a Jc I I Count The Feet of the Ladies who pass and you will find that more feminine feet tread the sidewalks of Lancaster in our SHOES than in Shoes sold any other dealer in Lancaster Reasons Why its because tho mnjority of tho Ladies appreciate tho excellence of our footwear Our Shoes appeal to tho critical taste of Women wlio are lopking for Stylo Durbaility and good fit Go for any kind of Shoos but come hero for the BEST KIND Shoos in nl colors nil stylos and all prices IT LOGAN I I b the If f Anywhere A J II I 1 t t y rr e 4 Q I Y tsl 4 Ohl is tst t I lr Circuit court ono week from no Monday November 23rd A Democratic committee for On rard county will bo elected November 21 Tho Ladles Aid Society of II Christian church will moot with M W T West on Saturday at 230 P Today Is tbo last day for payln thoaum required to enter tho primary election to bo held on 28th Mlsa Fannlo Henry of Dorado Ark sent her mother Mrs S 1 Henry a curiosity In the way of a ilmmon It being 31 Inches In dray and weighing 12 ocnccs Light Wo were only In darkness thre night A rain fell after we the shutting down of the electrl plant and Mayor Logan chief o Police Herron and the city council said Let there be light and I came on Wednesday Our citizens delighted and they now know th value of our light plant The residence of Mr Andrew Bogy of Buckeye burned Sunday morning at 1130 Church which vfas In ses slon nearby adjourned and his turn ture was nearly all saved 1000 Insur ante with Beailcy Hasolden Loss about 11000 Frank Ross residency on Danvlll pike burned Tuesday Total loss n insurance Educational The next time of meeting has bee set by the School Improvement Lcagu for the last day of the month Mon day Nov 30th The public I cordially Invited to this meeting a It Is hoped to Institute a measure li which every man and woman Iti will be Interested The are urged to attend and pay dues and take Immediate action on i matter of Importance Sad Death Tno news of the death of Mrs J I Harris at Stanford on Tuesday was received with feelings o regret and sorrow oy all those who bad had tbo good fortune to meet her She wee about thirty years old and Miss Mary Cash of Lincoln county She was married about ten years to Mr J Randolph Harris of thl city son of Judge and hauls who has lived In Stanford since thi marriage Funeral services were belt at the residence In Stanford on Tbur day and the body was burrled In Stai ford cemetery In the presence o many relatives friends She leaves a daughter age 8 years and the people tender sincere condolence to her and her father Kind Word The following Is from the Louis ville Times of Oct 29 Louis Lan tram publisher of the CENTHAI RECORD at Lancaster sold the plant o F S Hughes at a good figure Mr andram has In view newspaper work t another point A newspaper man row start to finish It Is with genuine egret that we learn cf this change In he RECORD which Mr Landram has een fit to make No matter where 10 pitches his tent the hearts of the Kentucky Press and especially the Jlghlh District Publishers League if which he is a charter member will allow him with the same warm feel age of love and esteem that his do Igbtful personality and brilliancy of clad has so long Inspired In them The sale of the Lancaster Record was sold to Healy Bastln last failed to go through and tbo newspaper was put up at auction this and was purchased bv Saufley lughcs of Lancaster for 14500 Mr iluguea U a brother of the prominent iQUlsvllle newspaper man Robert E lugbes is said to be a hustler Editor Landram who Is one of the popular editors in the State al eady has a number of splendid offers will likely go into larger Journal sm Danville Advocate We regret very much to learn that friend Louis Landram has levered his connection with the Record which was one of the edited and cleanest sheets In the Mr Landram Is a allow and can claim many warm rlends and especially so among the lowspaper fraternity Wo sincerely that whatever business be may mgage In that success will crown his ifforU Mt Vernon Signal Loula Landram the pet of the Ken ucky press baa sold the Lancaster Mr F B Hughes In wel ornlnjr Mr Hughes to a high place in he profession we ore glad to at the sine time know that Mr Landram not only continue In Kentucky but will remain In the 8th District League In fact we can not fell spare LouU Harrodsburg Demo Only One Mrs Cfntbla Duncan Georgetown y bad occasion to use ourbon Poultry Cure with my turkeys hi year and It cured them I only oni dont think have t It had Used Ibis wed ln sooner old by J a Mount ft Co Lancaster Saturd y M EI per are Lancaster members theIr afternoon was alto Mrs E W nd which week week and most and our good Lancaster best Uooord to will Journalism Let says Iwould I K dIe dots Flr L tt Late whole soul Lope rat j tat host y Tho Ladles of Baptist church give a Bazaar and Exchange In JBJohi sons room Danville Street Deccmboi Gth 11 1331 rise first quarterly report of Lnn caster Graded School for 1903 and I loot Is an excellent ono and will ap pear In next Issue of the Record Call The Democratic Committee of Oar rard county Is called to moot at court house In Lancaster ou Saturday No vember 14 1008 at 2 oclock p m Business of Importance W 0 Gooch Chm Married On Wednesday 11th at the home of the bride at Buckeye Kentucky J L Hill ago 10 years to Miss Samantha Bogle age 10 Tho parties are both popular and have many friends who offer congratulations Teacher Tho Teachers Association of the Lancaster Magisterial District will meet at the Graded School Building Saturday Afternoon November 21 at 230 oclock An Interesting program lies been prepared and every one Is cordially Invited to be present Miss Knapp West Sec Election Of Officer Tbo U D C met for the election of officers on Monday afternoon of this week The officers arc as follows Mrs Martha Friable President Mrs S D Cochran 1st Vice President Mrs Re becca West Honorary Vice President Mrs James Royston Treasurer Mrs Ed Gaines Recording Secretary Mrs Alex D ity Corresponding Secretary Mrs B F Hudson Historian Mrs Fannie Farra Chaplain For Clerk Elsewhere In this Issue will be found the announcement of Mr W B Mason for Circuit Court Clerk to the Democratic primary on November 28th He served In that olllce as deputy for several years and as clerk for many years making In all 35 years It Is concededby the Bench the liar and tbo people generally tbat there is not a better qualified man for the position in tbo entire country Dark and Dry Our water supply was cut oil last Saturday by order of Mayor Logan as tbo water In the lake was getting low and It was necessary to bavo fire protection So many people are haul lag water and as the moon wanes will be In darkness This will us to appreciate blessings while we enjoy them Our water supply will always be equal to any ordinary con dltlon but It must be remembered that this Is the worst drouth In the history of Kentucky and more loss and suffering has resulted from If Notice Tho democrats of each precinct In Sarrard county will meet at their re ipectlve voting places on Saturday November 21st 1003 at 2 oclock p n standard time and elect a com nltteernan to serve until his successor elected On the followleg Monday he nine committeemen thus elected will meet at the Court House In Lan taster and organize and elect a and secretary to serve as provided W G Goods Cum 113 2t Dem County Committee Obituary Mr James A Bratto a age 04 years led at the home of his son P 0 Iratton on Saturday morning of heart trouble Funeral services were onducted at Lancaster cemetery on unday m by Rev Brown f the Presbyterian church was a Confederate Veteran and a rorthy affable gentleman A large of friends and relatives witness d the burial which was conducted by he Confederate Veterans the depart d having attended the burial of many comrades and thus showed his alto lance to the cause to which he had Ivan some of his best years He bad nohle traits of character and o was a man of courage and deter nnatlou though ho was not able to from his last attack of nervous rouble Ho leaves two sons R G and A Bratton who aro well and favor bly known In this county and Mrs uslo Melghan an estimable lady of oulavlllo whoso friends condole with In their great bereavement A Good Qne There has been recalled by the death f James W Paul the Philadelphia anker this story which he told long go I was going homo one night rte and saw a man who had evidently looked too deep Into the cup making rantlo but unsuccessful efforts to pen a door with a latchkey I do dod to help the roan who was not 10 gone as to have forgotten his po Iteness for before entering the house trough the door which I succeeded In penlng he asked my name and thank d me I proceeded on my way but only gone a tow steps when I earth some Mr Paul Mr Mull 1 turned and there was my of the latchkey coming toward no with unsteady gait He put one land on my shoulder looking me In the taco said Say did you ever get an answer to long letter jou wrote to the Dally tfawi a will I sub- Ject wet chairman bylaw at 2 p 0 U Deceased crowd t many rally J them s far t had one calls and that ThesaaIQnlanIY ChCllIlO 9 lend PILEs I HEATING STOVES I They Burn Their Own Smoke I HASELDEN BROS i General News Many of the politicians In believe it Is not improbable the President Roosevelt will be elected Senate from New to success Senator Platt w Democratic politicians expressed th opinion In Washington that Bryan defeat was due to an unlimited of money and an unwarranted lack o confidence In the principles an pledges of the Democratic platform The Governments contention tha the American Tobbacco Company Is operating In restraint of and in violation of the Sherman law was sustained In decIsions handed down by Judges Lacomb Coxc Noyes In the United States Clrcul Court at New York J ridge Ward dill sented Dispatches to Duns Review Indicate tbat the sentiment In business circle has distinctly Improved since the many large contracts being placed that were beld back until the remove of that uncertainty Many mills factories have Increased their active capacity and there is a better demand for labor President Roosevelt Is engaged It preparing his last regular message Congress It Is expected that his earnest recommendations will be foi amendments to tbe Sherman antitrust act an Increase In tbe powers of the Interstate Commerce Commission ant greater navy The tariff question It Is believed he will leave for his Resolution Passed by the Demo cratlo Senatorial Committee of the 18th District Bolt resolved the democratic county chairman of Lincoln Boyle Ci soy and Garrard counties the 18th Senatorial of Ken that a call be Issued Democratlu Senatorial Committee ol the 18tb Senatorial district of for a mass convention to be held at the respective seat ol several said district on the nth day of November 1008 at the hour of 3 p m on said date for the of selecting delegates from sold counties to a con vontlon to be held at Liberty county Ky on tbe 10th day of laos at which district convention there shall be selected said delegates a democratic nominee for thin senatorial of Kentucky Bo it That the basis of representation from the said several counties 18th district shall bo as follows Ono for each 200 votes cast for the democratlo nominee for president In the election of 1004 or of said 200 and lie it further That In bass of representation that Lincoln county to nine delegates county six delegates delegates Garrard county six delegates to attend said district convention at Liberty Ky the democratic ticket and all men who have become of age the last regular democratlo oleo and who purpose to affiliate with ble and are Invited to In said mass to In sold Be It resolved the delegates from tile several to attend the Senatorial Convention and who shall hold credentials as such signed by the Secretary of the County Conventions M as tc and participate lit the Tlaft ln fVnWon HOI Keoy Lathe York amount trade antitrust and t the Kentucky November as aforesaid that Known- delllocratil have the democratic 111811 bo ehlll participate prIma facie Obit jMoQIIQI18rl Washington election coos successor resolved said county heretofore supported since J F abrq p See the NEW and 20th CENTURY Florence For Sal Household furniture consisting of one set of furniture in wal nut several tables chairs sad one book case and desk combined Call on or address Record office 11 1331 How Much You Olvlna T Ron Have you ever thought how little of our time Is given to Christ and reli Klan In fact the average church member gives very little time to Christ Very often it would to one hour In a week God from the crea tion Of the world set apart one day to be devoted entirely to him and his set vice Surely that time should be glv en to Christian work and worship How Is the day spent by many who be to the church of Christ They are late in arising no time is taken prayer and tbe reading of the Word of God tbe services of the sanctuary are not attended and they go to their rest at nlgbt without opening the Bible without word of prayer The day has been spent In pleasure visiting speaking about worldly things and sometimes even In gross violation of the command of God And when tbe minister of God remonstrates with such members of the church telling them of neglect of the duties they owe to Christ he Is told that because of press of business because of close con moment to an omce or store or other place of labor Christ must be robber of the time and service due him and the sacred hours of tbe holy Sabbath desecrated HARKSBUBf T D Chesnut sold 3 fat cows at 13760 Born to the wife of Mr Nelson Mar see a fine boy Mr Fred Burdett has returned tram a visit to relatives in Broadhead M F Rout and others send greetings to the democratlo editor of the Record Mrs Jim Grimes has been quite sick for the past fow days of typhoid fever Miss Mary Cbesnut was the guMt of the Misses Battle at Lancaster Sat urday The Misses Clark and Mr Teleafui Pollard and wife were In Danvllle shopping last week Miss Rose Aldrldge la convalescing after being down with typhoid fever tar several weeks Mrs George Eager who has been quite sick for several days Is much better at this writing Mr Charles Denman and wife came over Sunday from Nlcholaavllle o visit her parents Mr and Mrs Alex WestRev Wm Stalling of Smith Grove tormer pastor of Fork Church la ex pected soon to visit friends at Danville and in this vicinity Mr Robert McGlunli and family will go to California Instead of Okla homa rfu he at tint thought He iqld hid property Tuesday Mr Frank Robinson pas sold his Interest the store at Marcellus to Mr Ben King tar 12300 Mr Robin ion will move to Richmond where he win In the fee and coal Tflllrk known M Burnslda Robl on 4 How to Treat BJ Sprain Sprains swelling promptly relieved by Chamberlain 1aln Thlajinlowat ieduce lah Itamatloq rind to that a nay be iured In j bout one hlrd tip bedroom TIm Ar notamount for and In Bal 0r by treltmQ I x along 1 r 7 a a w I r k t ti engage thin tmenew aft spray o ti tai ror sal by I L friebis Y r 1 f II UW n Tie Qileen of the Kitchenf Svill toll you that it is just as essential to have good coal as it is to have good things to cook with in propairing n meal Wo guarantee n full ton of good coal coal at a fair price Ballards Obelisk Flour in barrels end genuine Kanawah Salt BANKS HUDSON BUY YOUR WINTER FROM Phones 74 and 104 Lancaster Ky LET US We will do so with the PUREST and DRUGS We will fill them promptly and ac curately just as they should be May we have the pleasure of serving you We are in business for your Health i J m 1 LJicastrLumber 4fg COMPANY X l X I I Pill Your BEST of w COALaQ 0 ti Frzcrptions FplsblesL IDRUGSTORE An tonal Watch Offer ONLY 600 goldfilled case with genuine American movement FULLY GUARANTEED MORROW MCRjJiiif Jewelers and Opticians NffW Line Fickard China Just Received We are showing special bargains in Moris CUOTHINO Ladies and Childrens Try ut and wo will make you a apeciol price on gopds Wo will soil them for less than cost BROWN Kentucky I I I c10 aIs ISI th mal t S Lancaster 00 N NNNNN N rinI I oar2y I t i I I N NI NNNNN N rdNNNN N N N HI N NNNNNNNN N andl Boys t ill a- sH Rr N M M 4 w 1f11 MTr M OMTliAJjltEGOlU IA8URD VRRtt fV F 8 HUGHES EdrPubr Knltrtit at 11 foil Oflet n tinmiltr AV a tittiniitClnH Mill Hatter Member Ky Aaaoolatlon Eighth Dlatrlet Publlahara League Lancaster Ky November 13 1D08 MlMuiirl WM settled by Kciituch latin and wo will hue to KO over and lecture them fur gulag fur Tuft American Tobacco Stock dropped thirtytwo points on account of Federal decision to tho effect that Is a trust In restraint of trade farmer Is at the bat now Tho supreme court of tho United States has decided that only ono can botdugntat Bcrca It sustains our court of appeals which upheld the law against mixed schools Senatorelect W 0 Bradley and republican Congressmen of this state have formed a trust to dish out the Federal plo Wilson carried the state last year and Bryan this year so looks like they ought to ba consulted The Republicans said that the pros pects of electing a Democrat as Pres Ident caused the panic when every body knows that stock dealing brought It on and we are not so sure that was not dono as a rebuke 19 Roosevelt for fighting the fatted corporations I Moro restrictions on foreign Imml gratlon are to preserve Institutions Otherwise we wilt victim to tho combined powers This Is Inevitable although some think that we are Invincible n other doctrine and practice which concentrates the wealth of our nation and Impoverishes tho masses Is Pn tcctlve tariff a republican doctrine We heartily concur In tho Inaugurated at Danville looking to location of Bryan In that city order to send him to the US Senate but a Republican suggests that Roose velt be Induced to come to Lancaster and lecture In our School on Political Economy This will dd If he will his students all about Campaign Let us know Doctor Better times will come from natur al causes and not on account of party The genial sunshine tho r freshing shower and the fertile are the principle caUses of prosperity Vicious legislation may produce I times but good will follow as as light follows darkness The drouth the panic and disturbances over acco are passing away and a period of prosperity will follow On Monday afternoon former E W Carmack editor of the Nashville Tennescan was shot and killed In Nashville Tennessee by Robin Cooper who claimed that his father had been tho subject of ridicule through Carmacks paper The whole trouble grew out of the gubernatorial primary In which Carmack was do feated and It shows how far men can be led by political envy and prejudice Both parties are prominent and great excitement resulted from tho tragedy Democrats find much comfort In the fact that notwithstanding the nation went republican several states elected Democratic Governors and other of ficials although the states went for Taft One sweetly consoling and highly gratifying thought to Ken tucky Democrats is the fact that the state Is redeemed and the party fully united will elect any men It may nominate In the future Other stated will return to their first love and the principles of eternal Justice will yet prevail Gov Johnson has carried Mlnno sota for Governor three times In suc cession In face of a normal majority of 100000 Republican There must be something a man who can do that At any rate he already looms up as a man to lead Democracy out of the wilderness four years hence Johnson for President and either Harmon of Ohio or Marshall of for Vice President looks mighty good now and will likely look better as the days go by Kentucky State JournalThis sounds all right until you put them up n a national race where If they win they might have something say about reducing tho tariff or commending changes In money and then those who have made millions out of protective tariff will cuntrlbute enough to a campaign fund to defeat all who oppose special privileges Yet wo will try to win next time Sevan Years of Proof I have had seven years of proof that Pr Kings New Discovery la the best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition throat cheat or lungs says W Y Henry of Panama Mo The world has had thirty eight years of proof that Dr Kings Now Discovery Is the best remedy for coughs and colds la Hippo asthma hay favor bronchitis tieiuorrage of lungs and the stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia Bold under guarantee ut II K MoRoberts drug store boo and HOO Trial bottle free 1m 1100 A YAIt Pr and u there the It The race the It It our- fall- a movement the W J In tell any soil close sure tob Senator I I be- Ing Indiana necessary Contributions unusual In earl JW7i3flONETMufARskttr n CANDIDATES OAUDS For Hun Holm of Lincoln county a candidate fur rooloctlo rc i on the DcmucrHilo Your support will be upprecla od To The Vetera 1 take Unit motliixl of Unit 1 luivo been iiumlimlvd on Dcniucmllo ticket fur Hupotlntiiiden of Schools and will appreciate support For County Jailer I a candidate for tho jflleo o jtllcr of county subject the action of the party aid will appreciate your nupport Dare 0 wanders To The Voter I am a candidate for the offlco o Jailer of Garrard county the action of the Democratic party and any assistance you may see to give me will be To The To tho Democracy of Garrard 1 take tide of to you that I am a candidate for olllco of ShorrlR for Garrard count OA be my to the action of tho democratic party To Qarrard County Voters I am a candidate for Sherrlft of rard subject to the action the Democratic Your will be appreciated and If will my efforts to charge the duties of the office lone To the Voter of Qarrard I am a candidate for the ofllco Assessor for Garrard County having been nominated by the Democratic county committee 1 submit in to the people and assure them that If 1 am I will discharge the duties of the ofllce faithfully and will appreciate their supportW To The Voters I am a candidate for tho democratic nomination forclrcultclerk sad this method of assuring the voters that I will appreciate their support Being employed 1 canno visit voters but submit my quail their consideration am will be very for done for me yery respectfullyEph To Democrats of Garrard County Your county committee has called a primary election to be held on 28th day of November 1U08 for purpose selecting a candidate County Clerk and to you I submit claim for nomination for said ofllci Every citizen of Garrard county la In terested in having said oniw faithfully administered Isubmit to you m past record In administering affal ofllco as evidence Shodld you again honor me with the nomination for said office and should I be elected you can rest assured that your interest will be faithfully and honestly looked after as they have been me In past If elected my son Alex Doty be my deputy Thanking you for your support In the past see your way clear to sup To Voter To the Democratic voters of Magis tonal District No 1 Garrard County Kentucky 1 am have been for some time candidate for the office of I was a candidate before the recent meeting of the Committee and believe under the law that said Com mlttee had nb right to make a nomIna tlon for any office prior to November 1st The law as follows Said State Executive Committee or any other Committee shall not call a primary or convention for the nomina Lion of a Democratic candidate or can didates for any office to be filled a vote prior to tho 1st day of November In the next the In which the election Is to be which said candidate la to be for I am a candidate for said office and will be until the people say that they do not want me to office and I take this method of Informing Friends that I am candidate and thank them supportYours DAvID DUPDEIIAII This Oct 14th K08 Remarkable Natural Fortress In the northern part of Madagascar the most remarkable natural fort ss in tho world It Is occupied by wild tribe who call themselves the of the Rock The fortress ia lofty and precipitous rock of ous site 1000 feet high and eight square miles In area Its sides are so teop that it cannot be climbed artificial means Within it la hoi and the only entrance la by subterranean passai NetlceJ All persons claims estate of Landram assignor notified that I will on Saturday beginning Saturday 7tn 1008 at 7 m at once of Herndon Herndon Lan caster Ky claims of the said assignor All icrsons Indebted to him please forward and settle with me Hen D Horndon Assignee Is lu announcing your lIlIlI to to appreciatedJack County announcing the Robinson to de sub- Ject OT Ballard Gar count of support die will be my David Roes of ficatlons to The the for my the Jr you primaryYours The Justice of the Peace for said district Is People without low the are eYe ery Nov the to receive the come 4t Con rss ticket Voter take the hello will a a nor a do Node orOemoeratle Primary Eleo lien Tho democratic voters ate hereby tlmtu primary bo hula In county pursuant to lc ul tloiis the Com uiltlvo aid under HID primary election law uf the Hutu of In tho following iiiiiiincr First A will ho held in real iireumi In Ian itr I enmity ut the regular voting in mimii betMcuti the hours uf hlx oclock u m mid four ucluck p in btiinditid tlmu on day of November 1108 for till of noinitiuiliig candidate for the democratic for the offices of NhurrllT Jailer County CourtUlnrK and Ulcrk or the Uatratd Clicultcuurt Maid uaiulldnUN voted lor when iioiiilnaicd Ill thin regular November clelclun 10011 Second Any known democrat who Is a legal voter tho preclnt whore ho offers to vote on tho day thereof or who will be a legal voter In said at the November election 1VOO shall be entitled to vote In this primary Third1ho officers who hold this election shall be by the democratic County Committee mid shall bo selected tram lists of persons qualified to hold tho sumo from lists by tho various candidates and shall be so selected that each cats didate will have representation In said office of said lists shall be furnished to the committee the various candidates at least ten days to tho date of the election Each candidate shall bo entitled to a challenger and the same person may act as challenger and in spectorFourth Said primary election will be held under tho primary lec tlon law of tho State of Kentucky with a uniform ballot In each preclnt rho ballot boxes tram each preclnt and all returns shall be made to the chairman of tho Committee within the time required by law and on certify the names of the succcssfnl candidates to the to be under tho democratic device of tho democratic party on the ballot to be at general November election 1009 for tho office of which such persons may be nomi nated Fifth Any democrat who Is primary election for of tho offices for which this call Is made and to have lilt name printed on the ballot for the said election shall on or before 12 oclock midnight No vember 13 1008 tho chairman or secretary of said commit tee the sum for the purpose of defraying said expenses of prl mary such deposits shall constitute notice to tho committee of the desire of such candidates to have his name on said ballot of said election for the respective office that In a remaining from the amount so deposited It shall be return ed to said pro rata Sixth In the event there shall be only one candidate for of tho respective offices uamed who shall do with the chairman or the County Committee on or the said date mentioned herein re said In that event the democratic County Committee shall meet and such candidate or candidates the nominee or nom Inees of Undemocratic party for tho once for which he may a candidate The order on tho ballot In which the name or tho candidate shall be printed shall be determined by lot In present of tho candidates and be fore the committee after due notice to said candidates to be present Seventh It Is ordered that this notice of the said primary election be posted as by order of this September 25thl 1008 W O Goocit 0RA Copy Attest R M West See D a I UNION J II Ball sold his house and lot to R Paine for 1112 and a mare Miss Fannie Austin of Lancaster visited relatives here the past week Mr Joe Rogers and wife of Stanford guests of relatives hero Sunday The farmers are all busy gathering hero It Is considerably better expected- E L Woods of Paint Lick fat hogs of R E L Murphy and eorge Marshbanks at 4lo The baby of Walter Hawley died week and was burled at String town cemetery on the 5th Forest Urea extending almost from Springs to Cartcrsvltle have destroyed a tremendous lot of timber past week and are not yet under control Mrs Captain Johnson died on the th and her remains wore Interred at bo String Town cemetery leaves husband and several children They the sympathy of the community Watched Fifteen Year For fifteen years I have watched working of Bucklens Arnica Salve It lies never failed to cure any boll ulcer or burn to which It applied It has saved us many a bill Says A F lardy of East Maine 2fio at R E MoRoberts 1m nOLI lied IIICUIi POilU Woo the next day COUllt Courthouse desiringto 10000 he may In event there secretary- of the democratic County Committee J were corn than some last Dripping the She a have tI the and sore was doctor Willton drug store low iII elect Ion Saturday tt ms q Ire g ANNOUNCEMENT To The Of Qarrnrd County Kentucky For the past six years 1 bave been frequently urged and solicited by a great number of good democrats of Qarrard County to run for some county office more especially that of Circuit Court Clerk and offering to run for that position on September Jptlj 1009 1 appeared before the Oarrard County Democratic Committee under their call to candidates and submitted my claim for the office of Qarrard Circuit subject to their action and on said date the committee celled a primary election to be held Saturday November 28th 1008 to nominate all candidates who had oppo sltlon among others to my surprise bat of Circuit Clerk I again announce myself that Important corn to the people fooling that my experience In said to discharge U Q duties thereof better than ever before Aa to my qualltlcatlonVta discharge each and overt duly pertaining thereto I refer to every Lawyer Judge or county officer who knows me In the state of Kentucky I will not be able to see all of tho voters the prl mary election but any support you way give me at said primary will be thank fully received and Kratfullv apprMlaU by your PUHIIO SKUYANT 1 Sincerely W B MASON no one of Clerk for me other before Voters omceenablea till 11 1 Bargains in Stoves ness and Buggies J E Mount Co WINDOW GLASS- We are prepared to furnish all kinds and sizes BARGAINS J IN MY LINE Dressers 8 to 30 oo Washstands f 4 00 to 10 j Beds 4 to 30 oo Bed springs 2 50 to Mattress 2 to 15 00 Chairs per set Diners 4 to 20 Rockers 150 to 12 j Tables Dining 6 to 35 Center 150 to 10 I Big line of Carpets and Rugs Come and see them J C ROBINSON 1 When You Start J B AMERICAN FENCE t 290 FAINJS l lI I M6Rob8rts Drug tore I S j r 1 a Ai 1 v ft ift4- S or Harts r W r- AND I p Out Thanksgiving you want to be sure you are coming back whole It wouldnt do to have nn accident happen on 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 the inside as it is attractive on the outside Come look them over W J ROMANS t L t f l rti swv THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DINNY Fruitful 8 C DaNNY Ctihlir J y Robinson Aat Oa n T Erabry Bookkeeper PIHMCTOIIS Sara DCochran R Denny A 0 Robinson John E 8 0 Denny J Qii J t n Alex Storm STOLWICTlcs Past Li wi SafetiDepoiltBoieiforRiiit rIi fe Solicit You BullI 1tr J I i 4 Boost the Booster Thats tho official slogan of a certain town In Arkan sas which through boosting Itself and boosting Its has doubled Its population slnco the 1900 census BOOST THE BOOSTER The Arkansas town had been quarreling among itself I t Jt1tt t t t t t a t t t 1 j t tmtumtumt1rti t rn n v vr rnpavw NMwwiiwM Myi s f tie boosters for years and Standing still It had boosters but It had others who refused to boost the boosters refused to by them and yell Good It up 1 BOOST THE BOOS the town got together with itself a Boost the Booster Club and be gan to boom Now its principal thoroughfare which was a streak of mud is a stretch of as phalt and it has new buildings to match Now everybody boosts the and booms the boomBOOST THE BOOS TERThis town might take a hint from that one We have our town I stand boykeep IFinally J organized osters town has some But sometimes they midstBOOST THE BOOSTER Cut out the criticism Quit the queering Boom the Boom Then watch the old town perk up and plunge for ward You can see It move t WHEN YOU BOOST THE BOOSTER YOU BOOM THE BOOM et discouraged because of opposition right here In our I n J f t tmt t mm tt1 t U Jtt JIYALEEUPreeldont J 8 JOHNSON vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Hi CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK O LANCASTER KY CAPITAl SURPLUS IM B P HUDSON Cashier W O BIOHBT Awt Cuhr 0 D WALKBU Jlookkeopor Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Olbbs BEAZLEY HASELDEN Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Bams and all your farm property Office at National Bank tancaster Ky Fhotf 31 The arrard Bank Trust Co IKCOIUOIUTKD Uanoatttor Ky Capital Stock 500001 Stock Holders 5000 New and Uptodate Vault SAFE DEPOSIT BOXEn I AVeiuvlte you to call bud inspect qr office and building and make use of for expeditious pleasant sad so Uansic tiou of rl d 1 t t- Will t II I ff i I IfII- I Guara J I 7JLI I f f ri our facilities t I I I I I J parmra I r I seen F i I s i Steel 1T t i business t The ankar 1 t Gossip About People v s A oriel Mention of Comlnu nd Oolnji LyThoii Wt Art In Judge R Uurnildo Is In illch mond thla week Mr nay Lane of Mlddlcsboro WM a recent vUltor hero M and Mm 11 L Elklt aro In Lcxlntfton Mr R II BaUon who has been III Is convalescent Mr Ware McRoberts was a visitor In Stanford Friday Mr F P Friable wife and sun were visitors in Danville Sunday Mr Robert Woods of Stanford was a visitor In our town Sunday Mr R M Edwards of Dccson M IRS Is visiting Mr J I Hamilton Miss Carrie Romans has recovered and Is able to attend school again Misses Margaret and Joan Mount were In Danville Tuesday shopping Miss Frankle Kauftman Is able to be out again alter a slight indisposition Miss Nell Johnson Is In Montlccllo visiting her niece Mrs Larry D Jones Mr Thurston West has gone to Washington City to accept a position Mr Denton of Paint Lick visited his daughter Mrs S D Cochran Suh day Miss Jessie Doty has been visiting her sister Miss Hattie Doty In Rich mond Mrs R L Hubble entertained a number of friends at dinner last Mrs Joe Gray Reynolds of Chicago j Is visiting her sister Mrs Nancy jj Drown Mrs W I Williams who has been f quite lu Is convalescing we are glad tO 8184- t Mist hose Sandidge of Ilustonvlllc Is an Attractive guest of Miss Katie h Slmpibn Mn O W Darnold and Miss Bottle I West have been visiting relatives In McCjteary Mft Jesse Walden wife and son of Datvlllc were visitors here Saturday andSuudaf if r Allen Zarlng of Richmond was In our city Friday having driven In hi automobile tor and Mrs Adams of Lexington live been visiting the family of Mr Mr and Mrs 8 D Henry attended the funeral of R Harris at Stanford yesterday Mrs A D Miller of Richmond Is expected this week to be the guest of Mrs Louis Landram Mrs E C Oalnca and son Claudo Rico have returned from a visit to relatives In Richmond Miss Leo Prather and Paul Grlggs of Richmond were guests of Miss Cal lie Adams Sunday Miss Luclle Collins of Richmond and Saran Dunn of Stanford were visitors here Tuesday Miss Rettle Paxton and Mrs J B and son James Mr and Mrs A 0 Robinson a visit Mrs Mary Allen McDonald of Dan ville Is expected fora visit td her mother Mrs Patty Klnnalrd Mrs Edwin Price Miss Tommjo Francis and Mr Napoleon Price were visitors In Danville Saturday Mrs J W Elmoro left Thursday for a months visit to her brother Mr Label Cnenault In New Mexico Mr and C Robinson spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Tom Robinson and wife of Hustonvllle Misses Edna Louse Schrlvler of Nebo HI and Katie Ileraphlll of Nlcbolasvllle are guests of Miss Mary Arnold Miss Nora Francis who has been spending a month Louisville is again with hot slater Mrs Edra Francis Mr Larry D Jones wlfo and baby who lore been guests of Mrs Belle Burnslde have returned to their homo Mgntlcello Mesdamea E W Harris 8 B Hen ry Mist Rachel Henry and Geo B Harris visited J R Harris and wife at Stanford week Mr Billy auffloldntly recovered from a severe attack of tonsalltts to preside at the organ at the Christian Church Sunday W S and R A Dewier who pur chased the land and buildings of the McQrathlana Farm from Col Young have arrived from Lancaster and are preparing to take possession II T Brown of Maswejt street brotherln law of the Beatley Brotliers Is going to mayo the stud and give It Ills attention Lexlpgton Leader How Icyour Da ton hint Mary Dowllog of No 238 8tU Ave San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Bitters A cue of acute In digestion prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver trouble KlectrlQ Bitters U the boat remedy on the market today Tills toalo and alterative medl clue InylgorttM the system blood and etpeolally helpful In alt forma of fewaU w Vue 60o at R X drug itore 1 m J the A II Tomlinson I Paxton Mrs J In Ip at West was purls I visit- Ing i t i Saturday Mrs J personal great the it woUoena Of New ork City The Town Million Ovor 2fiO000 pn pl work rilurJ- tionuy iMitiid li MitiiullniuM by 600000 puuplo lny A child I burn every four minutes nnd u death occurs cyery seven min utcs In 1885 Now York had only twenty eight millionaires Now It has over 2000About 45000 marriages nro solcin nlxud every cur one In every eleven minutes Tho principal government gives yearly 50 to each blind person and It has done so for years There are over 3OiK miles of paved streets which aro cleaned the year round by 2000 laborers It Is the publishing center on earth Over 35000 people find cm ploymcnt as printers and press opcr atom Tine transient hotel population Is figured nt 250000 people a day The hotel properties arc valued at over 80000000 It requires about 16000 tons of coal to supply New York About 11000 000 tons aro used to inako steam and electricityOver telephones aro required for tho hello system They are operated by 8COO employes who 2000000 calls a day The private art gallery of J Pier pont Morgan Is the lineal In tho world Tho building costl000000 and tho art treasures are worth six tines that amountThe elevated and surface railways represent a total of 230000000 and carry 4000000 a day The city lies spent nearly 2000000 In subways No 1 Wall Street Is considered the highest priced property In tho United States Several years ago It sold for 700 a square toot and It Is assessed by thin city at a little oyer 4 per square Inch There aro two banks on Manhattan Island that ore open day and night excepting Sundays and legal holidays Three sets of clerks and ofllcers In these banks work eight hours each during the day Ever business day more than one hundred families or 500 people arc added to Its population William A Clark the United States Senator from Montana owns tile cost liest private house In tho world on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Scventysoveiith Street It contains 121 rooms and 20 bathrooms besides a Turkish bath The entire Island of Manhattan was purchased by PotOr Mlnuft from tho Manhattan Indians for 24 or Its equivalent In scarlet cloth brass but tons and other trinkets To day the assessable real estate Is valued at 85 400000000 The population Is now 4 800000 Londons population is 500000 more but New York Is growing seven times as fast as tho British metropolis and should become the largest city In tho world Inside of ten years Tho pop ulation increases at the ratio of five to one compared with the Increase of tho rest of the country The cost to run this great city Is more than tbatot any other munici pality There are nearly 00000 peo plo on the citys To keep the peace there are 7200 policeman and over 1200 special onlcers and watch of tho city which goes up In smoke every year amounts to nearly 80000 OOO Success N Y Magazine Mind Your Butlnets It you dont nobody will It Is your business to keep out of all the trouble you can and you will keep out of liver and bowel trouble It you take Dr Kings New Life Pills They keep biliousness malaria and Jaundice out of your system 25o at R E McRob erts drug store 1m Exchange Tho Ladles of the O W B M will have exchanges at James A Bezaloys otllco on Danville street the following dates Saturday November 14 Wed nesday November 25 Saturday Do cemoer 12 The sale of good things will begin early on the dates mention ed Tho ladles will cater to tho needs of the housewives and will gladly take orders to bo tilled Book Make Desirable Christmas Gift Provided The Giver Judgment It you are In doubt about a Christ mas girt choose a book This Is ad nilrablo advlco provided the buyer Is a Ut subjest to lot loose In a bookstore Each Christmas 1 Invariably receive books from two friends One of thorn sends volumes which make vivid spots in my library shelves she runs to bindings of gorgeous scarlet blue or green Her clolco Is either a stupid novel driveling poetry or some Idiot caly languid philosophy Each vol umo contains an elaborate Inscription which quite precludes Its exchange at the bookstore Christmas from my other book loving friend came what I had lung wanted a vol ume of quotations During former year had discovered such wants as a work on dietetics a rhyming dictionary and a voiuma of synonyms to which I refer every day Insldo each book with that wishes u Merry Christmas Is a hue tolling whero tho book was purchased and that It may bo exchanged It desired Only none of her are of the kind 1 want to exchange The Do comber Designer Bubwrlbe for Tim UKNTKAI RKWUU I d of nt n answer H- Is employedby 0 Last sho a Dud VIi ten greatest passengers payroll 4t Has books Business Items Jukes nnd bread rash every day at tho L St N Headquarters for if 1 will save you money on inlcol or fnanB Meals hours CrfnUW Baler loin phone No 210 I made W J Unmans tit you get my price W J Kdf Old Hickory prlc es for 20 Oil Vulcan Plows and plow Bros Call Charlie Baierlbln jrficmo No 240 when you want inytfilng In tho restaurant r Dont forget tho Old Hlckor Is stronger and runs otherwagons W J Romans ons you buy W J lit Now Is the time to get barrnns In Silrrles Buggies at Curio Brothers V For Sale A house and lot on street Apply to J II Dunn Pflfnt Lick Ky I do not want to my of buggies through the Come phone No 240 and have prepare your breakfast I am overstocked with wagon harness For thirty flajrh I will dwelling and lot College grounds In for rent for tho year 1000 For mo on the place Mrs Susan Fisher If For Rent Jan 1 II T Logon tt Marshbanks Paint For Rent Our residence on Ave Apply to J F Robinson Natio nal Mrs W R Robinson and Daughter 60 acres corn In Ofarrard cpunty Will rent money Call at Record ofllce on G 0Ky 4t Notice It you want to save the donaltHr n school tax call and settle the 1st of December 11 13 3t E W Harris Trees Dwelling For Rent My dwelling on Crab Jan 1st For particulars can see me at my home I Hamilton io 30tf Wantedl 0000 dozen fresh eggs Will pay 25c for clean fresh stock pre mlum for extra quality An B North colt Ofllce on My resldencenext to ly occupied by Dr by uie Possessio J Mrs SusanS FIsltkfT White Llckubout Jul weigh 700 Ibs Anyone an 1 w occupied Apply to tf Eitray weighIngsame by paying for and keep of COil J 2t Wanted SGood fat turkeys from November 10 II B Northcott Stan ford Lancaster otllce on Stanford St To City Tax Payer j Your city taxes are Auo taxes are very near all we have to run the as the license no to much Please and pay taxes before penalty goes on December Jst must DO paid at once to make settlement with the first Mon day night In Luther E Marshal Notice to taxpayer As your taxes for 1008 have been long since duo and too and costs will be added December 1st leaving only a tow days la which to pay your taxes I or one of jay dep be at Paint bank Saturday Nov Buckeye Miles store Saturday Nov 14tb Bryantvllle Bunk my time Dont fall to ineo of my deputies at tho places savo costs A Arnold 11133t Sheriff Uarrard County Ky Latest And also that every an should Eat and Drink and Itnjoy time Good of all his Labor It is the Gift of God So this only have I found that God hath made mat upright lint they have sought out many inventions yr And so it is I is Electrified Air Ilour We have in our mill and every our Flour is Strictly 1UKIt and beautifully white DURHAM RUCKKR Paint Iiick Ky nelltllll nt plo IlnsI galvanized J at nil V t arrow font buy your cutting har J 821 tt neon net my prices on waj a IltDes ond stock will capoearlytrainI m Charlie everhadado Ie HenryDuncans Red steer came to on would c n lit same by paying cost and roo Wm LIck yo 3t L lo ton grow d al r Spoon morc Prnchers e Oroha d ke rs W I t ent SChO enn t I notice GUile to 20th highest market Ife paid Lancaster od The tit clt not mount for and he T o Peoples S Lancaster- at 0 Ice in tI le lid penaltyO I LOU1 InventionScripture latest fo cluing install ne potln of bake Vulea iron beet t Iun gone rl ltu ans pfd arg w Ing 1s lslay t tube o tt- Wente iu g Ile ro ay For fer cue lea taxes thin 141U drone TI bl A 1 Fall d Winter ILLIlE1 have everything new for Fall and Winter especially a large assortment ot time sLyllsh Gol Medal Gage We you to call and see them Mrs Alexander Walker B L w C Fish Vu Press w O I PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I 1- r YI- We secured Special and Shape cordially invite Wood PresL iemler Colter Wo otTer you fair treat mont with every accom that is consistent with conservative Banking modation OAPITAlt 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 onworoiis M COY ROQOYH JB BORROWS JB WOODS WOODS woFisn E L R L ARNOLD Offr Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance The 1908 Improved De Laval Ten years ahead of all olhes feature of separa tor practicability Tell Now StylesTeD lei Capacities How Prices A size for every dairy from the smallest to the largest Baautiful in Design Perfeot in Construction Everlasting in Daily Use Result of thirty years experience in building separators Send for liapdsome new catalogue illustrating and de scribing raachines in detail and to be had for the asking THEO CURREY Agt We extend to the public a most cordial invitation to call and inspect our lines of FALL AND AA MILLINERY MRS ADA KINNAIRD OUR MOTTO Always Something Sew Wo aro now ready for you with our new lino of Fall furs and Misses DRESSES The visiting trade can inspect one of tW strongest assortments of modlca to be seepany where Original In style Correct infit and ajiape Ferfeqt tailoring Matchless in value New goods uttlviug dally oa RICHMOND II t l X m X X X I m o SEPEItATORS I Tan I s I m I m rr 8 oe 10 I I INTER 1 J 1 LVRJIII I I Skirts II1 I I B WALKER ci 1 o Ceeir rM o every o noes eeeeaeeeSooatt sweeeeeoeoeeeeoassseeeeeeettt y eeeleeNOOOOOOOOOMea ooaeoeA Ai Suitsoats K 1L 4- t 1 KEPVcKVI 0 Mi WINTER COLDSyou use BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP Y i them ifyou x s A couch cr cold la ft lororuntior of Borloim lick pens It bo tho human breathing a Combination of tubes and cells which kept In order to Insure good health Ballards Horehound Syrup COUGHS COLDS BRONCHITIS WHOOPING COUGH CROUP AND ALL PULMONARY DISEASES Cured of a Chronic Cough J H FAIR Butte Mont I cheerfully recom mend Jtnllnrds Horohound to with chronlo 1 suffered for with n chronlo syrup olloctod nil Immodlato and permanent euro 25c SOc and 100 Ballard Snow Lnimezit Co 500502 North Second Street T LOUIS MO Sol1 R E McROBERTS A RhoulI not U1uS j CURES which would lout nil winter llorhound I 4hi n EEAZLEyl writeR rears I UNDERTAKER Arterial Cayity Otllae oa DAnvllle Street aid Ea6aluiig- i FULL LINE OP CASKETS ANU BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale QUEEN ft CRESCENT ROUTE- To Many Points South and Southeast TIckets Ktttralirf Way Slit I9fl9 Writ for rates Sad older H C HUG CPJL 101 Kato St UxlmJUB Ky I VIA I Until L Good Public Sale Having decided to RO to Oklahoma I will offer at public sale on the W J Gllllsple farm 11 miles from Lowell and 2 miles from Paint Lick Ken lucky on the Qtlllsple pike on WEDNESDAY NOV 25 1008 Bell the following property towit 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 good family mare 8 years old In foal br jack one colt 40 head yearling steers G head twoyears old 3 calves C good milk cows 3 of them with Young calves 110 good sheep 50 shoats B tat hogs 250 bales of mixed clover and timothy hay 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 i and harness 1 share of stock In Paint Creamery 25 bushels of Irish Potatoes onehalf Interest In about 8000 pounds of tobacco Household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at p oclock 0 MLAMII WANTED Farmers having good quality of Butter Game the highest city mar vket prices should send name and address to The Miami Valloy Order Del 1725 Vine St Cincinnati 010ltlm 60 YEArtt EXPERIENCE PATENTS DcaioNt COPYHIOHTI Ac H Scttmnc Hmerkatt t 1 hay Lick f i EggsPoultry- or andwishing ketch end o bath t aA- oollun I tUbablrtiaUI llll rat ILN b w j 1 U Ir u I II Ynrk Tbree aged i roesending es mar ire ouulnatl- ysuef w4 u 4I INylltudrd weklr rtespI- na writ rra6f tl dre rdesln iilt-lnahalMi W4 44 i t 4 BOURNE Lllbern Ray sold a horse to Harrison Ccan for 1140 00 Mrs Edith Aldridge who has been quite sick Is reported better- J T Turner sold a bunch of fat bogs to 0 A Robinson at 4cts per lb Mr add Mrs James Ledger are with relatives in Madison this week Mr T D Ilendren ot Nlcholasvllle was here several days last week Miss Ina duller returned to Buckeye Saturday after a visit with friends hereMr John Carpenter of Jackson was visiting his brother Mr Q B Carpenter recently Mr and Mrs Albert Huffman of Orchard Grove spent Suuday at Mr Luther Rays Turners Sunday Misses Tall tha Temple and Nannie Coulter of Hlcktnan spent with Miss Annie Case Mrs A D Upton and children of Harrodsburg spent several days with her daughter Mrs Job Marsee Misses Maud and Nell Morford of Danville were guests of Mr Sam Mor ford and family Saturday and Sunday Mr James Durham wife and son Cecil spent Saturday and Sunday with his slater Mrs Hunter Ray near Dry antsvllle LEFT ON HER DOORSTEPFOR MOTHER Mrs A 0 Tuson of Livermore Cal writes I picked up from my ono day a little book In which I soon became much interested My little girl of Ave years of ago had been troubled for A long time with lose of appetite extreme nervousness and undue fatigue Bho was all run down and In a very delicate condition method of extracting the medicinal ele ments ot the cods liver from the oil eliminating the obnoxious oil I so hard for to take Jut the I for my little daughter and I Immediately went her a bottle of Vlnol It helped her won derfully Bbe has gained rapidly in flesh and strength and she not easilyI for the good It has done her and I hope other mothers who have weak delicate or ailing children will be benefited by my experience and juat glvt Vlnol a trial McKokertN Drug Store I daughterJ 0 Wednesday very comprehensively which does eui doorstop a children Farm and Stock JfldrtfO I llobliumt bought 110 head of stoppers nt 3o to 3Jfi W 11 lliirton sold eight fat 4 to 0 years old Mi U M ol MMiliMliul fur 111260 Look over your If they need busy nt once De lay In thin matter tray cause you n lot of trouble later on We hear that J 1 Curtis of Mad sun county bought Enoch Creechs farm of 03 acres seven miles from town at per acre Sheep require pure water and will rarely drink thnt which Is Impure In this respect they ire more delicate tlittn any other domestic unlmul W 0 Shropshire of Wlncecster bought of W 11 Ilurton his show mare Ada Bell for 8850 and his walktrot mare Lucile for 1250 Ho also bought a saddle horse from Dave floss for 1225 days sale of the Me Gruthlan horse sale at Lexington amounted to 174010 for 301 head an average of 1205 0 F Troutman was among the Jessamine purchasers Squirrels mo reported as storing much food In Garrard Co so It Is to be a cold winter An old hunter near Sugar Creek took more than a peck of corn and nuts from a hollow tree which he cut down recently Sweep walls to remove all accumulations of dirt and give your hen house a good liberal treatment whitewash see that the wash every crack or crevice where lice may be hiding or disease germs may possibly be lurking Curtis Skidmore of Powell county put live acres In tomatoes ho sold 1 612 bushels at 25c per bushel to the cannery realizing ISOCO per acre be sides losing about 600 bushels by pre mature frost and the vines make his ground better each year Beauty Is a good thing In a horse and a woman but a very poor thing In a bull and a jack Families of cattle are valuable for the merit they pus scss today They are not valuable for merit their ancestors fifty years ago wiltos a In Breeders Gazette Eightytwo head of Angus cattle sold In Chicago at an average of 1200 per head The highest priced was Imported Black Empress of Ab crgeldle with heifer calf at foot She brought 1500 The top price for bull was 400 which was the prlceifor the 3vearoId Blackbird bull Woodland Black Ito by Prince Ito Cloyer hay cut fine cooked and steeped In boiling water makes an excellent change of food for brood sows or for cows that have recently calved It Is also excellent for young stock of all kinds If slightly seasoned with salt and a small quantity of bran and cornmeal added to It will provide nearly a complete rood Home and FarmJames R Beazley won the big stake at the Columbia S a fair with his great combined mare Sweet Marie She defeated a big field of good ones He also won a big stake with his stet lion Joe Brown He later swapped Joe Brown for two magnificent show horses Mr B Is showing his string at the Spartanburg S C fair this week Interior Journal Moro than 100000 ears of corn will be exhibited In Omaha Neb at the corn exposition In December for the worlds prizes The highest prize which will be won on corn will be 11000 In cash for the best ten ears of corn In the world and with this will go the champion premier trophy by the Mexican government for the worlds best ten ears of corn This trophy Is a reproduction of a fa mous statue of an Aztec chief and worth 1500 The combined receipts of live stock at six principal live stock markets for the year 1008 up to close of October were 0831000 cattle 10022000 hogs and 7768000 sheep During the cor responding period of last year the seven market received 7714000 cattle 14050000 hogs and 7010000 sheep It will be seen from theso figures that the receipts of hogs at these markets increased this year over last year by 1000000 while the receipts of cattle decreased 128000 Home Farm Considered In almost every sense tail fresh cows will make more money for the farmer than spring fresh The yield of milk Is considerably greater and the value of the calf Is Increased This of course depends on the that aro made for winter dairying Creamery reports show that tall fresh herds pay larger returns be cause the bulk of the product Is sold when butter fat brings the greatest price Taylor County Enquirer The Portland Oregonian says From standing grain In the field to well baked bread biscuits In twenty two minutes was the record made In converting the raw materlaljnto tho manufactured product at Waltsburg Wash a tow days ago This la said to beat the previous record held by a Minneapolis mill of twentynine mln utcs The Minneapolis record was several years ago and might be on at this time but until the Minnesota farmers begin using com blned harvesters and other up to date machinery such as has made the Pa olllo Northwest famous tho record will remain on this side of the Rocky Mountainsliens well In summer because they eierplsei have a variety of green food and also worms and seeds Make the winter conditions an much like summer as possible and the results will be a fullegg basket To be sure It U Impossible to supply worms earl 1 j e n Ill per head build 11111 II lid repairing got eGO go- Ing penetrates correspondent triple Time down tho o offered preparations Improved s food In winter but cabbage and turnips limy hotnitnwiiy for wlntaf situ out clover nnr bo fed two or Mireu times u week nuulcd with H mew of chopped meat Then scatter grain freely In tho scratching shed that they may Imvo plenty of exercise No matter how much a bird ruts If It oatclncH Ruiltulctitlv It will tint grow too full KO keep the work How to Cure Cold Ho as careful ni you can you will oc caslonally take cold and when you do get medicine of known reliability and that In certain to effect a quick cure Such u medicine U Chamber lulus Cough Remedy It has gained a world wldo reputation by It remark able cures ut this must common nil ment and can always be depended up on It acts on natures plan relieves the lungs aids expectoration opens the secretions and aids nature In ro storing the system to a healthy con dltlon During the many years In which it has been In general use we have vt to learn of a single case of cold or attack of the grip having re suited in pneumonia when this rem calf was used which shows conclusive ly that It Is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease Chamber lamb Cough Remedy contains no opl urn or other narcotic and may be glv en as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by F Prlfble 1m 1UIYANTSVILLE Mr Green Bowling was In London- t this week Dr and Mrs J H Durham spent Sun day at Stanford Dr B C Rose has gone to St Louis for a short stay1 Mr Walter Perkins Is at homo after a trip to California Mrs John Bryant has been quite sick for several days Mrs Salllo Bolton of Harrodsburg visited relatives here last week Mr R D Moore sold a horse this week to Mr Edwards of Miss fur 1250 Mrs King of Burgln has been vis Itlng her daughter Mrs J 0 Williams Messrs Hogan Ballard and Sam Rose spent a few days In Lexington recently Mrs J C Williams and Mrs Will Dickerson were In Danville shopping Monday Mrs Herring Burdett of Lebanon Is visiting the family of Mr Henry Durdetto Miss Mabel Martin left Sunday to spend a month with friends at Tus coloosaAla Mrs Marcia Richardson of New York City was the guest of Mrs Mary Berkcle last week Mr W 0 Rose and Miss Mae Robin son were the guests of Miss Margaret Deerlng at Nlcholasvllle Sunday Mrs Charley Collier has returned to her home at Fork Ridge Tenn after visiting her parents here for several weeks The sale of Mr James Burnslde last Wednesday was well attended Ev crytulng sold unusually well Corn bringing 13 and 1310 per barrel Mr and Mrs Burnslde will move to mend Mrs Burnslde having already gone They are one of the best known families In the county and Ills with regret we give them up Mr Burnslde has lived hero all of his life and Is one of the most Influential farmers of this vicinity THE DOCTORS OPPORTUNITY 1141 Dt I Filch It recd hens Green That fellow who plays the cornet is 111 Jones Do you think ho will re Green I am afraid not The doctor who Is attending him lives next door A Masculine Plea A woman lufferi In illence Mane grumbling never And though wo doubt the antrtlon- We wisely hold our t Dut U these iuffcrlng victims or vllo tyranny Would Ut poor men do likewise How happy w hould bl Chine Vivian In Royal Magazine Is There a Ressonr Hooligan Ol do be woadherln how th number av rain In church compare wld th wlmralnT Hlnnessy About th same as th wlramln compare ld th tola In th pinltlnchery Judge How It Was links In surprise Moving again Just when you wore settled Illnks Yes our Willie whipped the Janitors boy Puck In Hades Satan Hallol Where did you corns fromNew lust climbed up from the subway Judge Eczema Is Curable ZBMO a selenUflo preparation her external use Stops and destroys that cause skin quickly yields and Is medicine All Write for sw vie B W ROM Mid Co Bt Louis M9 For at MoRoborU Drug Store man u YorkerI erm eU ertmnently cote corer cease peace cued A tag from a 10cent piece will touht PUtt value A tag from a Scent piece Will count HALl value TOBACCO with valuable tags V Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST MM trW rkinM Sajftrt hide ShM Iv Coupon from MANS PRIDE ANDOWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IrazN Simkhn GILT EDGE fcYazN SIMM YtJtow Strips from lUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many ttfitr useful presents as shown by catalog Gold CulT Buttons SO Tags French Briar Pipe SO TIp x Ladys 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