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THE CENTRAL RECORDtutu JtKtMlOit UNrAKNISllKD DKtiOUlACr NWKTKKtiTH VI A It LANCASTER ICY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 IJI08 I l I J f L f IUrlmtmIl I L f xtrYAEA 1 r ANI 3001 r xm xx x Womens Distinctive Outerwear SuitsCoatsSkirtsWaistsThe 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 pricesGet the Habit of Visiting THE Joseph Mercantile Incorporated Leaders in HighClass ReadyMade Garments It 3J 11tt 3JtWJtfc 9 J u- n I R n Sa 0 E S H Ir r War a r Local items Olvu thanks Fresh Totho Kengarlaniru big Thanks giving dinner Give your work to Lancaster Steam Laundry All wocft guaranteed to bo llrat class mid Into 11 27 21 Wo are sorry that a want of space forced us to cut a fow Items from our excellent letters City Marshal Ilcrron tells us tint ho saw n moro quiet and orderly court day crowd In this city than that last Monday County Court The crowd was an nvcrKQ ono nnd business was brisk Cnpt Am Hotirno reports a few cattle selling from 31 to 4 cents plug horses brought from 125 to 40 aged mules from 1125 to 175 Mr A 0 Hoblnson hat n handsome walking cane made from dogwood bush tho root being used as tho hand end It Is beautifully finished and ho appreciates It very much it being a present from hit friend Mr Mack Huffman of Stanford Delegate Dr E II Pcarcc will tin as a dell goto to tho National InterChurch Council at Philadelphia December 28 and will be absent from his church service In Lancaster on Sunday 29 and at McKtndreo church on Decem ber Oth Dr J A Klnnamun of Bowling Green will speak at tho Christian church next Sunday 2 ih at 11 oclock A M and tho other churches will ad journ In order that all may have an opportunity to hear him Ho speaks In tho Interest of education and be ing a very able man everybody should attend Sale of City Property Mr Alexander Walker has sold the Bradley property on Lexington Ave to J U Mount at This Is handsome property and the public will be to learn that Mr Mount and his excellent family Intend to mako Lancaster their permanent home I A Splendid Bargain Wo have 200 land in two and a halt miles of Urn thfivlng town of Hryantsvllle well fenced well vat ered with a comfortable house ten aero tobacco barn stock barn and other buildings life Boil Is fertile and will yield Rood crops of hemp to bacco corn wheat c Prlct only 10 Hughes A Swlnebroad th l up- l I GOO I glad I II hone can limn r never 1 acres of p a Lets All Be Thankful I A kind provitlonco lend n genoroys public have showered upon us during year blessings for which wo are truly thankful v right that tho day should bo devoted to thoughts that arc in harmony with the occasion and in accordance with this spirit our storo will closed on Thanksgiving day May our patrons find much happiness in tho pursuit of their pleasures on this our National day so heros to you for a good Thanksgiving dinner and a jollyy reunion annual tho family table T LOGAN CLOTHIER and fURNISHER It f I j past Its J I f boo a t 1 t I IJ J I I ti I 1 I J f fI 1 J xr the r i V a i P w r t M j 4 Praise tho Lord The Records phone number Is 11 It Mount Storn rnorii for rent Ono of tho best In town Apply to W T West Y oripujiflcstiuaro 1120lt The Ladles Aid Society will meet with Mrs llobccua West Diinvlllo Avo next Saturday at time usual hour Mr D S Porrln list sold his stock of groceries tho depot to Mr Thomas Howard of Preacliersvlllc PosscMlon December 8th Not Serious lion J Mort Itothwell who received a flesh wonnd accidentally at Jno W Holmes residence Is not seriously hurt and hopes to be able to attend his cases In circuit court Mr Wm Henderson of Lowell was married on Wednesday 2 Mi to Miss Annlo Williams of Lincoln county Ruth parties are popular In their sec tions where they are well known Cured Hogs J A Scott Avdn Kysos hog Cholera some hogs for me that I did think could possibly be saved by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky The CKNTKAL Rmrnn goes Into every household In Qarrard County Merchants should consider this tact when deciding where to place their money set aside for advertising Read our town boosters which appear In doublecolumn form with appropriate Illustrations They set forth tho necessity of patronizing your hone enterprises to bring about good results for tho town and county Dogs Sold While attending the Fox Hunters meeting at Crab Orchard Mr J R Ray of Buckeye sold to S C Wool ridge of Versailles two hounds for 100 Wo hear that about fifty hunters at tended the meeting and had a time All Right Now Frank R Graham Davenport la says The fowls I ordered the Bour bon poultry cure ror have recovered and seem all right now I lost one line cockerel that was about dead when I ordered the medicine Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Iy New Committee The following Democratic county committee was elected last Saturday to servo four years Their names are given in the order of the serial num bent of the precincts Loyd Bourne R M West James Clark John Ruble Ike Dunn Jr J O Uogle Joseph E L woods Ib Cooley They met on Monday and elected J I Hamilton chairman and R M West Secretary wo look to you gentlemen for the success of the Dom ocratlc party in every campaign Circuit Court This court convened Monday with his honor Judge W C Bell on the bench who gave time Grand jury a thorough and learned Instruction In reference to their duties in procuring testimony and finding Indictments for violations of law Special atten tlon was called to Infraction of laws The prosecuting attorneys and all the oillcors of tho court at their posts to do their duty In turn Ing tho wheels of justice The of oases be mentioned as time term progresses Court adjourned Wednesday till Monday on account of Thanksgiving and the election Sat urday Special Service A special Dducatlonal service will be held at tho Christian Church Sunday Nov 20th at cloven oclock All time churches of time town have been to take part In this service and It Is very much desired that everybody bo present Dr Klnnaman of Bow ling Green will be present and will give an address Never before have time people of Kentucky been so much awakd to the educational needs of her people Be ginning on Sunday Nov 20th an ed ucational campaign will be launched at some titty different points and will continue for olghtdaya It Is planned to every nook and corner of tho State during this eight days campaign To Tho Domoerau qf Carrara Co Wo appeal to all our democratic to nt tho opening of the polls by six ren us all honorable assistance In so curing the nomination for sheriff The democratic has my BcrrlMfl In every battle for twenty live years For this 1 have never pad and have never sought from my any tho time without opposition for the nomination term uf Jailer ho will have hold lice from tho party fur twelve years All will with my A Robinson wo can administer the onlco of lorllT as ettlcleutly us Mr ROM From a view point I ask you follow democrats am not tied to this nomination fur sheriff 1 will greatly appreciate your vote and help George Ti JUllard For le rllOrourhbred Vu oc oar It r His Bourbon Rome ured t II old f election disposition will Invited reach fld In this olelltloll Mr Dave Russ hat bean oleQted by the three tlllte to onlco of air O Ill J near almost pleasant Rocs wore nonet party except party 8y SRO Read our Fnrm and Stock column I One hundred members have been ad ded to tile Christian Church this year The subscription list to tho Record I was Increased 15 since last Issue Ad vertisers should noto this Tho Thahknglvlng sermon will bo preached at the Methodist Church on Thursday November 20th at 10 oclock A M 01 fiesta Col A D Leave who know tho ailllflplo farm very well has bought part of It thereby showing that ho knows a good thing when ho sees It Abundance of good tobacco news Plenty of money for the farmer and everybody Is happy and at peace with tho world Killing At Davlstown Henry Shirley color ed klllnd his half brother Joo Lee shooting him four times Shirley jail Particulars will be given after tho trial Wo have tine announcement of Judge M U Saulley for the democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of this district will appear next Issue Reversal The court of Appeals has reversed the case of the commonwealth against W IP Ward who was lined 500 on tho charge of challenging to light a duel Ills attorney W 1 Williams contended that ho was not guilty of that charge W O Dunlap went to Nashville to arrest Ollle Ball who Is wanted hero for horse stealing having escaped from jail but he had stolen a horse down there shot himself and was In the hospital will bo hero later If ho lives Mr and Mrs celebrated their Golden Wedding their fiftieth marriage anniversary on Monday Sixty four children and grindchildren wore present The entire community tenders congratulations to these good people Good One The colored preacher said I had foun It necessary on account of do hard times and the general deficiency of the circulation meJum In this church mah new otter matte collecting box Its so fixed that halt a dollar er a quartet will ring a bell distinctly heard by de congrega tion and a suspendub butn my feller mawtles will tire orf a pistol so you will govern youselves accordingly Let the collection now proceed while I lines a him Household furniture consisting set of bed room in several tablas and one book case and Call on or address Record tllcc 3t Sheriff Glvea Warning Sheriff C A Arnold desires the ub lie cautioned that he penalty and costs go ri county there rush and no tice Is given guidance of those woo and Inconven ience Tho penalty Is six per cent and Interest and costs arc In addition to this penalty 11 20 2t ELECTION OFFICERS For Primary November 28th 1008 Court House No 1 W R Cook Judge John White Judge Geo T Ferris Sheriff Fishier Herring Clerk W A Arnold Challenger C A Arn old Inspector Thomps Arnold Chal lengor J E Robinson Inspector East Park No 2 Jim Conn Judge A K Walker Judge W L Lawson Sheriff Alex GIbbs Clerk loge Brown Challenger W R Gott R M West Challenger InspectorWest No 3 J F Robinson Judge A W Kavanaugh Judge J A Beazloy Sheriff W O Dunlap Clerk lames Clark Challenger and Inspector Frances Clark Challenger R II Tomllnson Inspector West Bryantsvllle No 4Charloy Pcindcxter Judge J B Rubbles Judge G A Bowling ShorlffGco I Robinson Clerk John Rubble Geo II Lane Inspector Will Rose Challenger and Inspector East BryanUvlllc No S Tavltir Burdett Judge R D Moore Judge Geo Eager Sheriff Ike Dunn Clerk thud Dunn Challenger and Inspector John Woods Challenger and Inspector Buckeye No Pierce Judge Andrew Bogle Judge C M Holwrley Sheriff R 1 Burton Clerk Rob Long Challenger Frank Viorco Inspector J 0 Bogle Challenger and Inspector Walker School House No 7s Ueo Wilson Judge Joo Ross Judge James Henry Sheriff Will Wheeler Clerk Star Wheeler Challenger John M Sanders Inspector ck Sympson Ulmllutigor and Inspector Paint Lick No 8 It Woods Judge Geo Allen Judge Mitt Ross Sheriff K 0 MoWliprtor Clerk Will Conn Challenger Wade Walker Chat lenger Parker Gregory Inipeqtort Joe McCormick Inspector Union No Oi Joo Bourne Judge EpU Bently Judgei Ebb Scott Sheriff Wood Walker Clerk Ebb Cooley Challenger E II Walker Inspector ttogers Challenger W Q hooch QUm by novo Soho to lnterduca For airs des c boned 1113 taxes In ten days December a to t n t vnlts and OCurt II I Pal It N WQIt tieal s tr la- In which Jane Cax ate atone turn re walnut Interest As approaches Jill In- Spector Challenger HEATING STOVES They Burn Their Own Smoke HASELDEN BROS I I Ii i1III m rarrIriTr 0r1rFt 1rr11i9 All stores will be closed Thanksgiv ing day Twenty five loads at Works given when ground not wet Ilcrron Supt 11 20 2t Exchange The Ladles of W B M will have exchanges tho PosJodlco on Danville stree the dates cemoer 12 at good things will begin early the dates mention ed Tho to the needs of the housewim and will gladly take order tobe filled Gt Good Results Our statement sometime ago that the Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse would prove a blessing to our farmers In giving them a ready and an market for their tobacco has been verified by recent developments The company has already bought sev oral hundred thousand pounds at 13 to 17 cents and as most of it was raised In Oarrard county It Is gratifying to know that considerable money will be received by our farmers and that the man who Is prepared to raise tobacco at the prices next year will bo on easy street It also proves onr contention that land that will produce such a valuable crop will always be In de mand at a high price and as Garrard Is one of the best tobacco counties In the state our land Is worth more than It brings Some Bible Questions M V P In IndUunpolli Who was the first archer the Bible In whose funeral procession was the first record of horses Who Is the first person on record who wept Who found out a mans nationality by giving him a test in pronunciation Who was famous for his fast driving Who was called a mighty hunter before tho Lord Find the titles of four modern nov els In the Book of Ecclesiastes Where docs Tennyson get his idea for the song Too Late Where does Kipling got his line The tumult and tho shouting Who said Tell It not In Oath Who said Escaped wltb thb skip of my teeth What was tho namo of Sauls father Who was In u vision a valley of dry Who built an ivory house Who was the Inventor of the harp and the organ Who was the first Ironworker Who employed the first carrier Tho ago of but one woman Is given la tho Bible whose Who wrote tho first poem Who said 0 that mine enemy would write a book Who said iMy punishment Is great er than 1 can What was tho name of Sampsons father What was tho name ot Esaus moth or Who said Jealousy Is cruel as tho grave Who founded the city of Babylon Report correct answers to the fore Watched Fifteen Years Fur fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklena Arnica Salve and It has never tolled to cure sore boll ul9er or burn to which U was applied It has saved us many a doctor bill Bays A F Hardy of East Wilton Malue 860 at R E MbRoberU druu store lw IJIICEI IEJ IEJ IJ o cl ers Water free hauled L teat Wednesday 25 Saturday De Tll n ladles 1V1J mentioned- In bones foil lbg Not sale cater accessible Star aloe pigeon carp See the NEW Florence i andr j 20th CENTURY The Ladles of Baptist church will give a Bazaar and Exchange In store of Joseph Mercantile Co December 6th 111331 GOLD FOR CHRISTMAS Tobacco Grower Victorious The American Tobacco Co has bought pooled amount of twelve Millions of dollars About seventy millions pounds pass from planter to manufacturer About 60 000000 pounds of 1007 crop brings 17 cents a pound and 10000000 pounds 1000 crop brings 201 cents per pound Tho deal covers 75 per cent of the 1908 and 1007 crops About 12000000 will be brought to Kentucky Speaking of the deal tho Presldeht of the Burley Society said I believe what we did today will meet with general approval among the tobacco growers The American Tobacco Company up to the scratch with us and the price paid was tar In advance of prices that have prevailed for many years It is a ment of all the disturbing conditions that have existed not only in Kentuc ky but In Tennessee and that there will be smooth sailing now Ht Hebron Corn Is selling In this at 13 per barrel n the field Mr Philip McMlllan moved from this place to county last week Mr Green Vanderpool moved to the house vacated by McMillan The of S N Morford was well attended and everything brought fair prices Mrs Frank Garamond and little son Eugene of Mercer were Ithe guests of her mother Mrs G A Bruce Saturday night Mr John Lane of Denver Cola la with relatives here Misses Llnnlo Preston and Lee Wiley of Stone visited Mrs n v R Montgomery Saturday night and Sunday Miss Edith Aldrldge who has been quite sick for some time Is reported no better How to Trat Sprain Sprains swellings sad lameness are promptly relieved by Chamberlains Pain Balm This liniment reduces n flamatlon and soreness so that a sprain may be cured In the time required by the usual treatment For sale by F P Frtsble 1m STUNK Miss Llnnlo Preston and Flora Lee Wiley visited Mr and Henry Montgomery Saturday and Sunday and Attended preaching at Mt Hebron Miss Mabel Orutchtteld spent Sat urday and Sunday with her aunt Mrs Lou Ray of Buckeye w- Mn M A Sanders sold to Mr Joe Pope three heifers at So Also Mr Dock Lee sold to same party several heifers at same price Dr Gilbert bought from one calf at 116 Vvl Mr 0 A Arnold bought from dif ferent parties several shoats at 310 Homer Stone left laid Friday MlsAnilM J I Sanders and sisters Pearl snit Beatrice were the guests of Addle Lee or Nina anti preaching at Bethel the third Mr John PrewUt returned how daughter at Mafk bury IEJIEJ 1EJtJ EJEJSr to the it 0110 sale u abOut one third s Mrs Tom Tapp i r tor r 8U ISunday after several wee wIth her I j Burley s x came l FIr wallyj locality r t i Flora t l l a I 1 Miss attended spending t I v- w irj v I J TnBoon COffiU an 1 i S 11y- y I r I I i ions are Obelisk flour and good bread If you employ the first you are always sure of the second They go together even accompanied by only moderate baking skill Order a Barrel of Obelisk Flour Dont mix it with other flours Give the Flour a chance to show what it can do by itself Coal Salt and Iced BANKS HUDSON Tobacco Barns R If you are going to erect a Darn either for tobacco or other purposes now is the time to buy your LUMBER for the following Owing to the enormous amount of tobacco that is go ing to be raised this coming year the demand for LUM BUR likewise will be increased so if you wait till the time to house your tobacco before you build like many j sawing on a very fine boundry of Pine and Hemlock and p we a specialty of furnishing Lumber in car lots at special prices either her or any point on the LN g will pay you to see 1 us before buying Lancaster Lumber Manufacturing Co Phones 74 and 104 Lancaster Ky I OUR LINE OF xxxx Holiday Goods WILL BE ON DISPLAY Saturday Nov 28A This is the largest line wo have over shown and wo cordially invited to inspect it DRUGSTORE Wait untill next week and see MORROW elegant line Holiday Goods It is even more select than ever before Morrow McRoberts Wo are showing special bargains in Mens and Boys CLOTHING Ladies and Childrens Try u and wo will make you a special price on tlioso Wo will soil them for loss than manufacturers t R S BROWN Umcatttft Kentucky when I m xm D I I wilt of course be delayed One Saw Mill has just begun making tIt i I m ffI X rijJl I I you I MCROBERTSI t l of- l I I 01015t ods ill ill t 4 i I i 6 l reasons are i t 4 1 1 H pi hic NN NN e i I r L a i r I y r i Iul HN ANj t t i 1 COA- t i ri f t y t j CENTRAL llfiCOltlIdS- UKD WKKKLY M 0 A YKAIl F S HUGHES EdrPubr KUr it PotlOffltt lit tinfntltr Member Ky Priis Asioclatlon sad Eighth District League Lancaster Ky November 27 1908 Democratic Ticket For State Senator It L UlMMLK For Judge A 1 Foiin For County Attorney- J E IlOIIINEON For School Superintendent Miss JKNNIK HIUOINS For Assessor S W OAHHIKU For Representative W U BURTON For Maglslralc UryantsTllto District J II DUNN Tbo demand for gold dollars for Christmas Is causing tho coinage ot five hundred thousand every day at tho Philadelphia mint It Is reported that Tuft favors hon est tarllT revision and If ho doss will make a popular president for moro people would by reduction than by allowing tho sched ules to remain as they are It Is to be hoped that no whisky or money will bo used Saturday to Induce floaters to destroy genuine democratic votes Wo see no difference between destroying our ballot by a match and destroying the effect of It by voting a floater Returns from the 119 counties ot the State show that Bryan received a of 244243 voles 235334 plu for Bryan 8009 votes Tho votes for the other tickets In follows Prohibition 6801 Socialist 4037 Socialist Labor 842 Peoples party 324 Independent par ty 77 Kentuckys electors for President will meet at Frankfort on the second Monday In January when they will cast the vote for Bryan acd appoint a Messenger to carry It to Washing ton They receive mileage and live dollars per day while they are In ses sion They ought to have received funds to defray campaign ex penses R L Hubble was nominated on the first ballot by the democratic conven tion at Liberty on the 19th to make the race to succeed himself In the State Senate Casey Lincoln and Gar rard voted for him and Boyle voted for Mr II G Wlngate of Danville Ben ator Hubblos name appears among other nominees at the head of our column Years ago cotton was said to bo klnif In the Southern States and It is now true that tobacco Is king In Ken lucky and a few more states Tho re cent purchase by the American bacco Company from the Burley To bacco Society after the county had been convulsed and shocked by un known parties who tried by force to regulate the growing and tho market ing of the product proves that tobac co rules with as much power as any tyrant that wields the septer This sale will bring about twelve millions ot dollars to Kentucky and fa a decid ed victory for the planter the price being double the price paid a short time ago Speaking for the creation ot tariff commission Senator Beverage said As our tariffs have heretofore been constructed by both parties they have been unscientific and crude Noth ing but our great natural resources utterly overshadowing those of other nations have saved our foreign trade from extinction We are shamed by the fact that comparatively Germany today sells ten finished manufactured articles abroad whore we sell one Opnnany has been able to do this chiefly by her doublo tariff system This she bulldcd by having an export commission solve the subject A wise tariff law cannot bo struck oft by men nottudenls of tho question working for a taw weeks without training or aptitude for their work The demand of the business and producing Inter csts of the United States fdr a modern tariff commission cannot longer be Ig noredThanksgiving furnishes much that Is sweet In verso und prose and In song and oration The sweet sontl ment created by being grateful U In deed beautiful So strong Is tho In to express gratitude that an Ingrato Is regarded as a low detesta bio character and very properly 40 There Is nothing new about this ob ligation to give thanks The child thanks Its patents for every little while we who are only chll dren thank our Heavenly Father for tho countless besslng wo enjoy Whine It Is true that wo are always thankful It Is wise to have a day sot apart by the authorities to empha size this duty this high privilege and ho who looks lightly upon Thank giving Day and spends U In revelry and drunkeqecsj Is not worthy t en joy the blessing that aro showered upon him Lot usbe thankful In tact fpr all PplrJtM bjewlng and tot tho f 0 I I al A r I I I f I f I ho- be benollted u l I Tart frailty I f r some Toe cllna lon Rift grown I I I I r i y tier 8rrmA f7nu Nnd Jnlfrr Publishers I i gifts total Kentucky 1 ANNOUNCEMENT To Tito Voter Of Clitrraid County Konluulcy For the pMt six years I have been frequently urged and mtlldltoil hy n great number of good democrat ot Oirrurd County to run fur nind county nfllcd moro especially that of Circuit Court mark mud to run fur that pMltlon on September Cotli 1UM t appoared before tile l rrnrd County Democratic Jommlttctj under unit tocwilldilei nitd NUbinlilcd my claim for tlii olllo of Clerk of OirrurdClrcult Court subject to their notion nut data tlio commlttoa called n primary election to ho held Saturday Ntivcmbcr 23tb 1MS to nominate nil candidates who hail oppo sition among others to my surprise that ot Circuit Clerk I again nnnounee myself for that Important olllco to the people fooling that my experience In said office enable urn to discharge the duties thereof better limn over before An to my iuallllei tluns to discharge over duty pertaining Ilinruto 1 refer loovory Lawyer Judge or other count ulllcer who knows me In the state of Kentucky 1 not ho ablo to see the voters before the election but any support you may give mo at said primary will bo thank fully received and gratfully appreciated by your 1unuo Sincerely W U MASON 1i h Ie eITering their on each mud will prI- mary SlUtAIIT l y mn use said allot rich heritage of country abounding In wealth und abundance In the harvest In Its history and In ev crylhlng that beautifies exalts and embellishes civilized life Seven Yara of Proof I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery Is the best medicine to take for 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 prowl that Dr Kings Now Discovery Is tho best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis hctnorrago of tho lungs and tho early stages ot consumption 1U timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia Sold under guarantee ut It E McRoborts drug store 60c and tlOO Trial bottle free 1m BUCKEYE Corn Is selling for 1300 per barrel at this place Messrs John Crudel and Heardman of Lexington are visiting Mr Forest Stapp Mrs J O Bogle and children are visiting her parents at Moreland Miss Nora Long of Cottonburg her sister Mrs R I Burton a few days ago T O Hill sold to loge Brown six head of cattle at 1333 per hundred Mr heather Ray sold two hound dogs to Mr Wales of Bullett Co one for 850 and the other for 8160 Rev O P Bush tilled his rcular appointment here Sunday morning and evening Mrs Floyd Curtis and children of Paint Lick visited her mother Mrs Jennie Broaddus Saturday and Sun darMiss Bertha Brown of Lancaster visited Mrs Jno Dickerson Wednes dayMrs Wm whitaker has returned home after a few days visit to rela tives at Nina Mrs Walker Dradshaw entertained quite a number at dinner Wednesday In of the bride and groom Mr and Mrs Jesse Terrel II 111 CANDIDATES GAUDS 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 ofllce of jailer of Garrard county subject to the action of the and will appreciate supportDave To The Voters I am a candidate for the odes of Jailer of Garrard county subject to the action of tho Democratic party and any assistance you may see proper to give me will be To The Voters To the Democracy of Garrard Coun ty 1 take this method of announcing to you that I am a candidate for tho Sherrlll for Oarrard county C A Robinson to be my to the action of the democratic party G T Ballard To Garrard County Voters I am candidate tar BherrlfT of Oar rard county subject to the action of the Democratic Your support will be appreciated and If will put my efforts to dls duties of tho olllco loan Walker will be my deputy Ross To the Voters of Qarrsrd I am a candidate for the ofllco of Uarrard County having boon nominated by the Democratic county committee 1 submit record to thu people and assure them that If 1 am I will discharge the duties of faithfully will appreciate their support To Tho Voters- I am a candidate for tho democratic nomination for circuit clerk and take this method of assuring tho voters that 1 will appreciate tholr support Being employed I visit voters but submit my quail their consideration will be yery for done for me Very respectfully To The Democrats of Qsrrard County Your committee has called a primary election to btf held on the 28th November 11108 fur purpose of a candidate for county I submit claim for nomination for said otllco citizen of Garrard county Is in said ofllcu faithfully administered and I submit to you my III urilllltlluf nrfnt again honor nomination for oltlco and should I bo can rest assured that your Interest will be faithfully and honestly looked after as they have me In the be my deputy Thanking you for past yot will again e clear to sup richest II Erne t vIs- Ited J ennlo appreciatedJack olllce of subject Assessor fur the ol1lco lIeatllna to Interested past record the affair In olllco all evidence Should yuu m past U sou Alex Doty Jr part me the coming Qur selecting primary Y oty n To The Voters To tho Democratic voters of Magis tonal District No 1 Garrard County Kentucky 1 am have been for some time past a candidate for tho olllro of I was a candidate before the recent meeting ot the Committee and believe under the party law that said Corn mlttco had no to make a nmnlna tlon for any ofllco prior to November lilt The as follows Said Statn Executive Committee or any other Committee shall not call a primary or convention for tho nomina a Democratic candidate or can didates for any olllco to bo by a popular vote prior to the Jst of November In tho year next proceeding the In which the to held for which said candidate Is to be voted for 1 am a candidate for said ounce and will bo until the people say that they do not want mo to soles and I take this method of Informing friends that 1 am a candidate and will thank them for their Yours Respectfully This Oct Nth lees Notice of Democratic Primary Elec The democratic voters am notified that a primary election will be held In county pursuant to regulations tile com mittee tile primary election law ot the State of Kentucky In the following manner First A primary election will be held In each preclnt In Garrard county at the regular voting places In same between the hours of six oclock u in and tour oclock p tn Standard time on Saturday day ot November 1008 for the of nominating candidates for tho democratic party for the of SlicrrllT County Court Clerk and Clerk of the Garrard Circuit court said candidates to be voted tor when nominated at the regular November clclclon loou Second Any known democrat who Is a legal voter In the preclnt where ho otters to vote on the day thereof or who will be a voter In said preclnt at the regular November election 1100 shall be entitled vote In thjs primary Third The oillccrs who hold this election shall be by the democratic County Committee and shall be selected from lists of persons qualified to hold tho same from lists by tile various candidates and shall be so selected that each can didate will have representation In said otllco of lists shall bo furnished to tho committee by the various candidates at least ten days to the date of the election Each candidate shall be entitled to a challenger and inspector the same person may act as challenger and In spector Fourth Said primary election will bo held under the law of the State of Kentucky with a uniform ballot In each prcclnt The ballot boxes tram each preclnt and all returns shall be made lo the chairman of tho County Committee on the next day thereafter the county committee shall meet at the Court House and cunvats the returns and certify the names of tho successful candidates to the to bo under the democratic device ot the democratic party on the ballot to bo voted at the general November election 1WW for tho respective olllco of which such persons may bo nomi nated Fifth Any democrat who Is qualified to hold said olllco desiring to a candidate tile primary election for any of tile unices named for which this call Is made and to have Ins namo printed on tho ballot for tho said election shall on or before 12 oclock midnight 13 1108 deposit chairman or secretary commit tee the sum 00 for tho purpose of defraying said of prl mary and such deposits shall constitute notice to the committee of tho desire of such candidates to have his name printed unsaid ballot uf said election for tho respective olllce that ho designate In the event there In a surplus remaining from the amount so It shall bo return ed to said candidates pro rata Sixth In the event there shall be only one candidate for any of tlio respective unices named who shall do tile chairman or secretary of the County Committee on or the said date mentioned heroin re said In that event the democratic County Committee shall meet and candidate or candidates tho nominee or of thedemocratlo for the onice for which he be a candidate The order on tho ballot In which the namo or the candidate hhall be printed shall bo lot In and be fore the committee after due notice to said to present Seventh It Is ordered that this notice of the mild primary election bn as order of too democratic County Committee this September 22th1 1008 W 0 Qoocil Chairman D 0 0 West Sea D 0 NotlQe dram assignor are I i ii NoV Ttn 1008 at 7 Oclock v m sit at the olllco ut llorndod Aj Lan laid assignor All indebted como forward and fltle Herndon Awlgnoe Justco of the Pence for said district er ulHIIUlII Ion o 111 cell to wIthin the time law and November nom- Inees SecretaryA All persona olahna estate hereby noticed lat ov Saturday bowl ring Ky W 0 hIma alnllt with election determined oft i having l castor recu mu- U It MM A cat load just in 4ft fence 28icts per rod Fodder twine 5cts per bale BUGGIES and HARNESS cheap while they last See our spec ial prices on Graniteware A guaranteed 3m wagon at 6250 J E Mount Co Our Holiday Goods nro now hoing opened Next week wo will t hnvo them ready for inspection Do not buy until you 800 this line BARGAINSIN MY LINE Dressers 8 to 30 oo Beds 4 to 30 00 Mattress 2 to 15 oo Waihstamls 4 oo to 10 Dell springs 2 50 to 5 Chairs per set Diners to 20 Rockers 150 to 12 Tables Dining 6 to 35 Center Big line of Carpets and Rugs Come and see them J C ROBINSON When You Put Money In A 0 1j L 1 u 4J r- II u ud l r I I h r ItJ I I ItJ A L C hh 0 I 1 I 10 I f I I f t5o to 10 I r I n- l IIf ill II Qtl AMERICAN FENCE r r El r rr I r r r w1 your MGRobertsDrugoro t l 1 1- rrM I Carriageyou give a written guarantee to every purchaser There is no enjoyment that can equal n ride in one of our match less carriages We can supply you with any style oil built with that careful attention which in construction and finish add so much to personal comfort W J ROMANS I i I I t THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A U DENNY S C PENNY CMilir J F Robinson Asat Ou- R T Embry Hookkeeper Dill KOTO U- SSatul D Cochran n Donny A 0 Robinson John E 8 0 Penny J l GUI I J STORMC9 Vies c Alex Storm I IIIIII asides a irest Boies for BentSafetyDevoli 0 iI Solicit Your BUlin IRa J YOU FRETHULV BIT 11 1HADC MAnK Wo Better Advice nil your with IIISRUINII a strictly Cures Constipation Chili and Malaria and all duo to a TorpcU Liver CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURE- DI Jmvo barn for pust four vrlmt doctorH cnllctt ohronlb niii n friend ndvlmd fill to tuta llcrMtic nnd I did n nil lain new entirely cured I would not 1m without It fur tho Tuko plcuuuro m recoumiendlug Ib to my frlcnda T 1 1I I I- J L I Uit Y Xl tJt M Jr YOUR IIEAD Acrf ESJ LIVER1 USE t r l r 1 I IIf oouM M It Is nn far onn toO tr out of r 1If1IUon In I the IInll x r r h1 diL J I r I y esel i- e C 1r-r 1 Herr yon enjoy health is nrtili IL1a tint dru trout rnl w- tt Pleasing and Effective A Positive Cure PRICE soc I Ballard Snow Liniment Co 500502 North Second St S ST LOUIS MO r by R McROBERTSI IJ A Enid and Recommoidod Z UNDERTAKER t Arterial aid Cllylty Embalmlag ease oa Denrllle street FULL LINE OF CASKETS AMI I1UHIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK Are You aTrust Buster J i it 4 e It a 4 1 I J J WALKHII President I J I Hoy You Yes YOURE tho man wo mean Youre always talk ing about the Moron tho trusts aro doing Tho countrys going to tho dcninition bowwows you say bccnueo of tho un curbed trusts Web grow ing richer poor getting poorer Used to bo that a poor man could go into business for himself in n modest way and mako n good living Now ho must become n clerk or n roustabout or n hodcar for somo corpora tiori Bomo combination that lilts grown to bo a Goliath of bigness that has devoured tho fat of tho Innd and is still gour mnndizing upon it till thoros not a scrap of bono loft for tho nor underdog Thats your lino of talk Youro still handing it out and youre proud of it Well now lots BCD Aro YOU a trust buster YOUR SELF Didnt wo see you stalk up to tho postofilco just now and mail a letter with tho address of a city Mail Order Store on the envelope I Hoy I Didnt Dont you know that tho Mail Order Storo Is n trust ono of tho most dangerous in tho crowd 1 Dont you know that it is eecrotly and silently and slyly closing tho doors of opportunity to the young oleo in country towns anti small pities liko ours f Dont you know that the Mail Order Trust is collecting tho patronage of town and country people by the mail route thereby cutting down tho patronage of the smaller merchant tho local man Who is trying to build up a modest independent antitrust business t- Hoy Didnt that over to you y B which moans note well Why dont you trado homo instead of helping to build up n trust that hurts your homo I r t I at I I I 1tXj r bI b m wet 1 occur taco I J 8 JOIINHON Vlco Pre i OROANIZCD 188- 3Th GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 01 LANOA9TJIK KY CAPITAL IUmO S Ml- D P HUDSON Cashier W 0 RIQNBY AIL Cuhr 0 1 WAIKKII Upokkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIBKOTOB8 J B Johnson I F Hudson 3 J Walker T M Arnold J I t L t hex t Q e lt I ii i GIt bf Jr About A Brief Mention of the Comic nd Oolnji ty Ttioit Wi Art In Mr Carlton Elkln has returned tWill Mm Undid Henry ils visiting In llclimond Miss Itcllit Arnold nf Crab Orchard been visiting here Hurry Toinllnson at from North fur nwhllo Mr and M Knrra visited relatives In Jlynttnvlllo Sunday Mrs J I Hninllton has returned ronf a brief visit In Lexington Mr Jl L Elkin did some Rood work soliciting for the llccord Monday Miss Franklc Knuffman In able to be out after an Illness of several days Miss Sue Button of Marksbury has been visiting Mm J I Hamilton Mrs Juliet Rogers lion returned from a two weeks visit In Cincinnati Miss Delia Tinder has returned from a visit to Georgetown Paris and Car lisleW I Williams was In Frankfort several days of last week un legal bus Mrs Ernest Warren of Mlddlcsboro been visiting her brother Mr II M liallou Mr E C Walton the popular cd tor of the Interior Journal was here MondayMrs M Richardson and children of Lexington are visiting Mrs J C lloblnson Miss Abblo Taylor of Washington I C is her sister Mrs C C Drown MrsAnn Wallace Robinson has been visiting Mr and Mrs Jacob Robinson near Danville Mr Harry Robinson and Mr Tom llauglnnan of Danville were visitors hero Sunday Judge and Mrs E W Harris at tended the funeral of Mr John Cash at Stanford on Monday A very pretty picture of Miss Hal Hall of this city appeared ID Sat urdays Louisville Tunes Miss Hattie Robinson of Campbells vlllc will take Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs U D Simpson Mrs II A Hoeing of Milwaukee WIs Is visiting Mr and Mrs J W Sweeney Lexington avenue Miss Cotton has returned to her homo In Dnnvlllo after a short visit to friends und relatives here Judge W Conn Dell and Mrs Hell are staying at The Kcngarlun during the November term of our court Mr Robert Tay lor Englrman of Stanford were guests In our town Sunday evening Miss Julia Higgins of Richmond will be of Mr and Mrs Louis Landram during Thanksgiving Louis Landram was In Harrodsburg Saturday the guest of lion Lew li Brown of the Harrodsburg Democrat Mrs 0 A McRobcrto who has been the guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Burn side has rcturccd to her home In Mesdames John Rout and J J Mc Roberts of Stanford and Virgil Smith of Louisville visited Mrs D M Lack ey this week Messrs J L West and D A Thom as went to Casey county hunting and killed 80 so they say Wo didnt get any birds S Qreenleaf Gee Smith Jr Simpson and Jacob Joseph went to Stanford Friday night to attend the Masonic lodge Mr Doo Gill loft Saturday for Piltsburg Pa to be gone several days at tim annual National session of the Phi Delta Thotas Mr D M Hutton of the Harrods burg Herald paid us a pleasant call Monday hosts President of the 8th District Publishers League Wo regret to announce that Mr T I Herring and his popular family will move to Danville Wo commend them to the good people of that city Misses Margaret and Jo Anno Mount will bo guests ut a house party given by Miss Salllo Taylor Woods of Stan ford for the Thanksgiving dance on the 27 Hi Mr J R Mrs Mount Mr ft E McUaborts and Mrs Me Roberts and Mr John McRoborU were guests of Mr und Mrs H J McUoberts of Stanford Sunday Mrs Louis Landram will give a Thanksgiving dinner in honor of Miss Julia Hlgglns of Rich mom Her guests will bo Misses tie Marksbury Margaret and Juuu Mount Several of our young folks enJaVed thoroughly the impromptu dance given Thursday evening by Miss Polly Truylor for her dancing class tills oc casion being tlio closing of her very successful lessons Messrs Horace Walker Hascom Ford Alex Duty D A Thomas W II Burton Herbert Klnnulrd and BOV eral others will gu to Lexington Thanksgiving flay to tcq the gridiron battle between Kentucky State slid 0 TT tor Football Championship of Kentucky a I has home JJakotn Mrd J Incas has of lie I1ruce and MIll Sue the guest Covill If ton birds U Mountand t lIuorrow aaPeople A thin In tboguest hex HVulng Misses Tlimu11 and hatter Mr Hoplnr mid Mr AI ten arlng nf Rlclininnd down ItiiMr afternoon nntl wore guests of the Misses Mount for while MlmIlimrmM the attractive sister of our Mr D A Thomas A special from Louisville says WII liam Leslie Horndon a railway postal clerk of Lexington Ky and Miss Well Waugh of Heard Ky were mar rlcd In Jcfforsonvlllo Sunday night by Magistrate CharlesS Hay The Is a native of Lancaster ICy nnd a son of Captain William Hcrndon an attorney at Lancaster The young gcntlamcn gave a delight ful dance itArmory Hall last evening A largo number of the young folks tripped the light fantastic until the wee ems hours of Cincinnati furnished de lightful music As The Record goes to press ahead of tlmo this week a more extended notice cannot be given A great many visitors were present Mrs J C entertained very delightfully this a Kensington In honor of Miss Katie Leo Denny of Lancaster Kv who Is the guest of Mrs It A Haynes Mrs O S Rapp of Marlon Ohio was another out of town guest About twenty enjoyed the gracious hospitality of the hostess Hlllsboro Ohio Dispatch The Womans Club has had a very handsome booklet published contain ing a list of the new olllcers for the ensuing year and themes to be dls cussed Tho club will meet Tuesday December 1st at 230 p in at the Christian Sunday School room with Miss Lena Rlgney as hostess and Mrs Jennie West and Miss Franklo KaulT man as leaders Their subject will bo Russia and Nihilism Tolstoi and his Teachings In responding to roll call each member will give tile name of a Russian Ruler Mind Your Builnoul If 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 If you take Dr Kings New Life Pills They keep biliousness malaria and jaundice out of your system 2Sc at McRob erts drug store 1m Obituary of Mr Susan A Bourne Susan A Bourne was born August 23 1828 in Washington County Ken tucky and departed this life October 10 1008 She was eighty years of age and a remarkable woman Mrs Bourno was married to James Bourne In the year 1345 and since then she has resided In Garrard She was the mother of nine children six of them arc still living the others having pre ceded her died forty three years ago leaving her the care and great responsibility of raising a large fatally of children In this she succeeded well working hard meeting with many discouragements which she overcame with an earnestness that not many women possess While yet In Kentucky at an early ago of sixteen she professed faith In Christ and united with the old Fork Church Mrs Bourne was greatly afllcted for several months before death but her sufferings were borne with forti tude and patience and she talked much about her departure hence Longing fur that rest which remains for the people of God At the last she reiterated her hope of a Ufa utter this life telling of her friends and neighbors exhorting them to live better What an example for Chlstlans and sinners Yet she never claimed perfection In this life often speaking of her imper factions but to bo satisfied when she should awake with his likeness Tho hand of the kind physicians had done all hi their power so the devoted children and friends could only bow In humble submission and weep for the dear one who has passed away Dur Ing her last moments she bid her tom fly and friends farewell telling each one to meet her In heaven Among her last words were these Farewell to all Im going home and then she repeated the twenty third Psalm Tho hearts ofthoso left behind are sad and there are vacancies In the homes but the Joy In leaven Is far in excess of all earthly sorrow Her day has Indeed ended her sun of life has set beyond the horizon of our vision yet streaming radiantly upward lingers the fragrant memory of her lIfo and it will abldo with us for many many days Funeral services were conducted October 18 at tho Lancaster Baptist j Church by Rov H M Spouse and O P Bush and tho remains wero laid to rest In the Lancaster cemetery to wait the resurrection morn Wo have lust our darling mother She has bid us all adleuj Silo has guns to live In heaven And her form Is lost to view Oh that dear one how wo loved her Oh bow hard to give her up lint un anglo carpe gown fur her And removed her from our How It your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowllngof No 228 8th Ave San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble Sloe says Gratitude for the wonderful elTeol of Electric titters In a case of acute In digestion prompts tills testimonial I urn fully convinced that tar stomach and liver troubles Rleotrlo litters Is boat remedy on the market This great tonne and alterative medl cine Invigorates the system purities the blood and la especially helpful In alt forms of female weakness 60o l R E MoHoborU drug itore m Jrlrll cur HUIHIlY n SmlLtles supurb pargur chal mInI R E Her huband hr Mrs iii tin shunt bridegroom orchestra lookS lie today p I j j t Business Items newspapers ut 20 for 6 at Cat of Soed Meal j freceiv ed Hudmiii 1120lf Cakes pies nnd bread bakddfftsh ovelY day nt L N Meals at nil hours Baler loin phono No 210 r Car of Cotton Seed Meal cd Hanks Hudson 11 20lf Call Charllo llatcrl No 240 when you want nbythlng in tho restaurant Dont forgot tine Old Hickory Isstronger and runs other wagons W Get prices on Old Hickory wag ons before you buy W Now Is the time to bafgalns In Surrlcs Buggies at Conn Brothers v For A house and lot on IMchmond street Apply to J H Dunn Paint Lick Ky Millinery At Cot Como and In hats at cost 11 272t Mrs Walker When want to catch the train call tho L N Restaurant No 240 and have prepare your breakfast Charlie Call on J B Collier at J C Robin Insonsstore ho can havo you r Dlcturcs in any kind desire Guaranteed Tll204t For Sale A lot of ewes In good bred early to good bucks will prove money makers Apply to J Hamilton My dwelling and lot grounds Is for tile year 100J For see mo op place tf For Rent occupied bv Possession Jan 1 II T Logan Desirable at a bar gain or will small farm Apply to H C 1120 2t For Our residence Ave Apply to J F tho Hank Mrs W R Robinson and Daughter tf I am overstocked wagon harness For I will glvo you the greatest bargain you W 0 11 azlncs Also or Home Journal and Companion 1123t Mrs Brown CO county will rent or Call at Record olllco or address G 0Spoonamore Preachcrsvllle Ky 4t You are cordially Invited to attend tine demonstration to our storo by tho Cu and Lutz Schramm Friday Iocember 4 1008 Curroy Davidson Nolle Beginning on November 14th I will sell at a special low price next 30 days 112031 Paint Lick Ky If you want to penalty on 1st of December 1113 3t E W Harris Tress Dwelling For Rent on Crab ircMrd Possession J an 1st Km particulars can see me at my IHamilton 10 30tt Wanted 5000 dozen fresh ggs wilHt5ay25c for clean fresh pay pro nilnni itjr II It For Rent My rcsldencenoxto former occupied by Dr Danpjrfnow occupied Last Sunday Nov 15th In 11 niirrnrrl r Trust Cu book containing about 93 00 In silver also somo Return to this olllco and re colvo reward Good tat from November 10 to 20th Highest price paid H B ford on Stanford St Fruit Trot I am orders KnosvlIhTo Nursery Co for und ling on mo at Hotel Thanking my for past fa vors Very 1120 4t D Armstrong To City Your city taxes ar due The cits taxes lira very wean wo have torQn pay on Ut- oe paid ut onco avjklriivo to flake MondayNotice to Taxpayers AH your taxes for 1008 havo been long since und tile penalty and costs added 1st leaving only a tow days III which to pay taxes I or ono of bo un Paint Lick Peoples bank Saturday Nov Ullii Mlles store Saturday Nov 14th Hank Saturday Nov Lancaster at my tlio time Dont tu meet mo or ono of my deputies at tho tints and save costs and penalty 0 A Arnold 8bert Uarrard Comity Ky h this Conan JtellLa nt fill to unLItr t J J mans Cart sal get n ox hat leln wit bt y tldr ys take a If ulna y on Rion ey Jolnl Ie r nt r narticula an Mrs SUSI II o tf For S lo buslncs prop rty excha If ur Jla ton Ret ton National Wanted acres corn grow d I In U Ifl National I It Co II Sat rdav mil nor goods to G A Ballard Notlrol s s lUol tax cull un before tbo h uw rs etc for extra qu North cott OmCO on tit ford St Sohti l by mo lo an Apply to Susan S Lost Lancaster or 10 Hank Want d I u t L actor a tm Lancaster ice for Aprl appreciate any un fill jrult u I values cal th ason file s Ta the city lice du nut amount 11011 Please and your tuxes burl u lJt4Jlfu taxes IIIUt I tal U 13 7 1 r cent Rinks rely ego mans pt a C ova orders for ykl I4f a s fisher Storeroom array riot Mrs 1e ettlo 1 Mrs Fla receipts dells r tie Payata us tea to urd penalty gee irl run duo ale will 91st a6 I k l d e I t L Vo d Irttt W C n rut W 0 Ctthlir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKIOKATKD Itt K mpr I I I t Wo offer you fair treat wont with ovory nccom motlatiorf that is consiatont with consorvntivo Banking CAPITAL 16ooooo BUKlLUS 900000 mUBOTONMl M COY RaOUVN JBBURROWfli JB WOODS Kt WOODS R L ARNOLD i W 0 Flan t Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lanca iter Ky Capital Stdck 50000 Stock Holders Guaranty New and Uptodate Steel Vault SAPS DEPOSIT BOXES We invite you to call and inspect our office and building and make use of our facilities for expeditious pleasant and safe transac tion of business The Farmers Bank BEAZLEY HASELDEN Will Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns and all your farm property Office at National Bank Lancaster Ky Phone 31 J B WALKER CO cordially invite you to meet Miss L A Siebold who will give free fittings of the celebrated Redfern Corsets fora limited period beginning De comber Seventh KENTUCKY GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Sale QUEEN I CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Point South Tlcktls Good R t rKlBl U m NX 3 1999 Write uli uj 14ir M KING CPA M B N U t Uxla M Kr lilIf II II j Ii t 50000- r t Jtfl I IR Mi II I- j IM 1I I 1- I I 1 M I I If J B WALKER 60 I RICHMOND JIEI Now on vu and Southeast t toe f H l i r I j I f eJ 1 i M I J r t t 1 i i H HANKSQIVINO Is ono of our highest and holiest duties There are In the r Scriptures more com mnnds and calls to praise than to prayer Yet few duties are more frequent ly neglected than this There are many people who are always coming to God with requests but who do not come to him with thanksgiving after their requests have been granted Ten lepers once cried to Jesus for as ho was passing them at a dls tance Ho graciously heard them and granted their plea When they had been healed one of the ten returned to thank the healer but the other nine came not again with any word of rec ognltlon of tho great favor they had received So It Is continually many are blessed and helped but few show gratitude Our Lord felt keenly the ingratitude of the lepers who not Where are the nine was a pained question God pours out gifts and blessings every day upon is children and whenever no voice t thanksgiving Is heard In return he misses It one bird of the forest misses Its song If one human heart tails to utter its praise amid lifes countless blessings he is there are who think that If certain definite days are set apart for praise It Is enough For example they will be grateful for a whole day once In a year touching then every chord of praise in their being that this Is the way God wants them to show their gratitude But the annual Thanksgiving day Is not In tended to gather Into itself the thanks giving for a whole year rather It Is Intended to give the keynote for all the years life Lifes true concert pitch is praise If we find that we below the right pitch we should take advantage of tho particular thanksgiving seasons to get keyed up When the strings of life begin to grow discordant thanksgiving will put us In tune The Ideal life is one of gladness tJnthankfulness and fretfulness are discords In the song We havo no right to live gloomily or sadly Go where we may we hear the music of joy unless our ears have become The world Is full of beauty and full of music Yet It Is strange bow many people seem neither to see the loveliness nor hear the music It were well if many of us would train ourselves to see the glory and good nose of God as revealed In nature It will be sad to leave this world after staying In It threescore or fourscore years without having seen of the ton thousand beauties with which God had adorned it Consider the lilies said Jesus Every sweet flower has a message of joy to him who can read flowers and birds and trees and moun twins and rivers and seas and has learned to hood the voices which every where whisper their secrets to Jilra 4 who understands can never be sad or lonely The power to hear wlfat hearts not merely In the ear must have the beauty In souls we can see beauty anywhere Hence thero aro many who are really blind to tho loveliness which God has strewn everywhere with most lavish hand In his works 80 we must have the miiilc In our heart before wo can bear tho music which sings every for him who has ears to hear If we have thanksgiving within us we will have no trouble In finding glad nass wherever we go It Is a sud and cheerless heart that makes the world seem dreary to certain people j lfpnly they will let joy enter to dwell wltklii Notice Of Application For Pardon Shelby Nunn who was convicted of manslaughter In the Circuit Court of Garrurd County Kentucky at the August Term of said court 1895 and on August 0th 1805 will auk the Gov of Kentucky lion A E Wilson 1 tor u pardon and all who object will notify the Governor and state In writ ing any objection to said pardon 1 Shelby Nunn It Napoleon laid that most woman the mother of many children This stay account for the fact that few ladies ore think of Napoleon hero Ebon but tamp no use No matter much you turns de clock hock B4owngwat come JeV do tame C ttft i cleansing returned a It is silent In the glad spring he disappointed Many thinking are toned af tiiI the writing One who loves Gods natures voices have to say Is In our t Wet our where r Nov 161008 2t I May beautiful war i able to ala tf Cannot S man kin anus fix arguments quiet his said Uncle 1 f day V a x rx before ernor t e r FoelConscience e to conscience saw f a now world would be created for them If wo allow our heart to unlovlngncss bitterness evil thoughts or feelings we cannot hear the music of love which breathes everywhere pouring out from the heart of God Hut If we keep our heart gentle patient lowly and kind on our ears will fall wherever we go sweet strains of divine music straight from heaven- A great man has said that the of cheerfulness Is worth a fortune a year This 1s true not pnly in a financial way It Is true of ones own enjoyment of life and also of the worth of onos life to others A glad heart gets immeasurably more out of life than one that Is gloomy brings Its benedictions If It Is raining rain Is a blessing If trouble comes God draws nearer than before for As your days so shall your strength be Then In the trouble benedictions are folded up If there Is sorrow comfort Is revealed In the sorrow a bright light In tho cloud If the day brings difficulties hardships heavy burdens sharp struggles lifes best things como In just this kind of experience and not In the easy ways The thanksgiving heart finds treasure and good everywhere Then a glad life makes a life of gladness wherever It goes It leaves nn unbroken lane of sunbeams behind It Everybody Is better as well as for meeting ono whose Christian life radiates gladness and cheer We can do nothing better either for or for the world In which ws live than to learn tie lesson of prals and of thanksgiving Let us learn to sing unto the Lord with There are troubles in every life but there are a thousand good things for one trial Sometimes we have disappointments but even these are really Gods appointments as some day we shall find out If people are unkind to us we must go on lov ing just as before our hearts full of unconquerable kindness and It will finally win The most deepseated to sadness can bo overcome and replaced by happy cheerfulness The gospel of Christ comes to us and tells us that wo must be born again born from above born of God and our very nature will bo recreated Then dl vine grace assures us that It Is not impossible even for the most unholy life to be transformed Into holiness The being that Is saturated with sin may bo whiter than snow There Is no nature therefore however unhappy It may be because of its original qual ity or Its early training which cannot through divine help learn the lesson of happiness and thanksgiving The secret of Christian joy Is the peace of Christ In the heart Then one Is not dependent upon circumstances or con dltlons Bt Paul said ho had learned In whatsoever state ho was therein to bo content We know well that his circumstances wore not always con genial nor easy but ho sang songs In his prison with as cheerful a heart as when he was enjoying the hospitality of a loving friend There might be hardships sufferings and want but In himself ho had the peace of Christ and this sustained him St Pauls secret of contentment is tho Chris tians true secret of a happy life The Peoples Thanksgiving Even as wo join in thankfulness to the fountain of all good and perfect things we echo the aspirations of those loss fortunate throughout the world who ar turning their eyes the sunlight and the morning of freedom and the responsibilities which freedom brings It Is our Thanksgiv ing that we have led tho way In the path Illuminated by the sun ef lib erty Colds In Children My little girl Is subject to colds says Mrs Wm IlSerlg No 41 Fifth St Wheeling W Va Last winter she had a severe spoil and a terrible cough but I cured her with Cough Remedy without the aid of a doctor and my little buy has been prevented many times from havlng the croup by the timely use of this syrup This remedy U for sale by V P Friable 1m 8trlv for Enlightenment As with nations 10 with Individu als education counts Enlightenment brings men to tho front Into the light of prosperity and fame whole Ignorance keeps tltoirt In the In tho darkness of poverty and obscurity Intolint Civility Hurts The Insolent civility of proud mss II more shocking than till rudeness sound bo Chesterfield cher- Ish hab- It happier toward 0 a an Croup Chamberlains 11 white That Everyday ourselves thanksgiving tendency background Their First Thanksgiving CAKIOS llVYAim nothliiR 10 dotio anxiously Vnnco Orccnwny shook head Not yet dear lio ex I have consid the matter carefully and I think It will bo heal to wait It wont nmko any difference In our marriage she pleaded Wo cnn got married tomorrow ho declared I want to go to town and got to work on my own hook There Is nothing to prevent ns seated the girl It Is not as though 1 had a lot of relatives to consult Then lets bo married and got out of tho way It will make such a lot of talk pleaded Vance Ho found when ho left the girl that ho hind not exaggerated Already the that David drconway had dls owned his son had spread through tho village and tho circumstantial reports of the row which had terminated In the dismissal had gained a wealth of detail In Its rapid travel David Qreenway was the richest man In Greenvale and Vance had made Vapid advancement In the local bank an advancement not alto gether unconnected with his fathers Influence as tho largest stockholder Ho had resigned his position that morning and the following day after a quiet wedding ceremony In tho par sonage of the church he and Carol set out for tho city where Vanco would start anew It was not an easy matter to find a position oven with the recommenda tion which tho cashier of tho home bank had given him but In time Vance found a place and they settled down to make a homo In a tiny flat whoso five rooms were scarcely larger than the dining room of tho Greenwny man lion Tho months sped by nil too fast and even when Vanco had earned a raise In salary and had been advanced to a more responsible position she would not move Well save the rest she declared It does seem so cozy here dear Its our first home Wo shall have much to be thankful for next week Thats so agreed Vance By the way Ive got an Invitation to Thanksgiving dinner so dont lay In a turkeyCarols face foil She had been planning to make their first Thanks giving a notable one but she tried to smile her satisfaction at Vances an nouncementVance make no explanation other than to say that the Invitation came from an old friend and tho before tho holiday he came home early and helped her pack her pret fleet things In a suit case Not oven when they arrived at the station did he enlighten her u to their destination but the next morn Ing as the train neared the old home nnd she began to catch glimpses of familiar scenes through tho frost traced car windows tho tears came unbidden to her eyes As they encountered tho curious glances of old acquaintances she was glad that she had let Vanco persuade her to purchase a set of furs She wanted to look her best for his sake but she did not realize tho attractive picture she made as the sharp breeze brought fresh color to her cheeks and lent an added sparkle to the brown eyesVance sitting beside her clasped his hands over hors We shall hove much to be thank ful for this first Thanksgiving hi said tenderly But most of all I am thankful that you are ra wlfe dear She smiled her answer too close to tears to speak but as they turned In at a driveway she found her voice There Is some mistake she cried Surely you are not going to your fa thersSurely we are he said with a laugh Do you suppose that Thanksgiving dinner would tempt mo from our own homo But you havo mado up she askedWe never really quarreled he ex plained I was dissatisfied at the bank I wanted to be sure of myself to know that on my own effort I could make my way Father and I planned the dramatic scene for the benefit of tho public I dld not tell you fur I wanted him to see that It was for and not my money that you tared I was to have a trial for six months The probation ended last week And you are coming back home to live she asked Vanco nodded There Is my father waiting to wel come us to our new home ho said The honeymoon ends with our Thanksgiving and dad has a new best that ever was to make him thankful too A BAPTIST ELDER Restored to Health by Vinol I was run down and weak from In digestion and general debility also suf bored from vertigo I saw a cod liver preparation called Vlnol advertised and decided to give It a trial and tho re suits wore most gratifying After ing two bottles I regained my strength and am now feeling unusually well Henry Cunningham Elder nap tilt Church Kingston N C Vlnol Is not a patent n preparation composed of tho medicinal elements of cods liven combined with a tonlo Iron and wine Vlnol creates 4 hearty appetite tones up tho organs of digestion and makes rich red blood In this natural manlier Vlnol creates strength for tho rundown over worked and debilitated and for doll cato children and old people For chronic coughs colds and bronchitis Vlnol I unexcelled All such persons In this vicinity are caked to try Vlnol on our otter to ro fund their money If It falls to give at UtectlonMclloborts Drue Store Kubtcrlba for Tun HKCOUU j r I OOCH o fly SAN already happy daughterthe take medicinebut oaooooOOoooooeoorr oauoooaooooo00ooooouuuoo news evening another myself Farm and Stock It li said that 20000 are now milked with innclilnury rite machine when found all right will u lute general IIKO an croiitn dcpatators Inivo Iho Hurley T n Tnlmcro V Lixlnuton said IIUOOO pound of U biiceo at nil nvcritKo of 117 BO per liuii an advance over tho heat prices of lust years crop trans 12 to M Mtnlno Now H C Carpenter of MHlorsburif Hold forty Jersey cows at Mo Sterling fur 12800 an uvcrnuu of 70 apiece This was the best lot of Jcrftcynsold In ten lucky outside of restored stock In nave than ten years Carlisle Mer cury Tho flow of milk Is not largo when cows do not have plenty of good water and water and feeding Is a better way to mix It than at tho pump as n duo proportion In obtained III this way Why not select good as wo select good seed corn and wheat There arc poor results whop this rulo Is not to cows as well as seed Ditwlllo Advocate Somo of tho Jersey cattle bought from the estates Mrs Anna V Qulsenbcrry on October 1st by foreign buyers havo since been resold Ono cow bringing nt tho sale 84760 has been resold for 120 one bringing 105 has been resold for 1125 ono bringing 135 has been resold for JDO and ono bringing 14260 has been resold for 1165 Ono day last week a Bourbon county farmer brought to town tho following amount of produce which ho sold to C P Cook Co Fourteen live tur keys averaging 13 pounds at 13 cents per pound or 12304 sixteen dozen eggs at 27 cents per dozen or 4 32 and ninepounds of butter at 25 cents per pound or 1225 or a total of 83023 Uourbon News Tho Richmond Climax says D C Orlggs of Newbylasl Monday brought tho best load of corn to Richmond that we havo over seen Tho load contained 25 bushels and brought in 825 Tho corn averaged nearly 13 Inches to tho ear each ear weighing ono and onehalt pounds Somo of this corn yellded 80 bushels to tho acre It Is called The Qrlggs corn tho Madison Hero Is a recipe for salting meat which has proved satisfactory For 100 pounds of meat take ten quarts of saltpeter one pound of pepper and two pounds of yellow sugar Mix well put In a tub or some suitable vessel and then apply the mixture well to the meat Caro should ho taken to apply It thoroughly In the cracks and around the edges After tho meat has taken all tho salt possible hang It up and powder It with powdered bo rax Then smoke tho meat This Is said to be the most successful Jcssa mineNews The attendance at court Monday was quite largo and trade opened up better There were from 150 to 200 bead of cattle on the market W D Mclntlro sold 44 head of Hereford calves weighing about 450 pounds at 2150 per head 20 to John Donnell to John W Mcintyre a yoke of oxen at 188 6 long yearling steers it 20 60 Jim Morris sold a bunch of feeders at 24 There were several other sold at from 121 to 824 Merchants report good sales Carlisle Mercury While tho corn crop Is short In owing to tho severe drouth it ls not so all over tho country Prelim Inary reports by the Department of Agriculture show that tho corn crop Is larger per aero and target In the aggregate than last year and that the quantity Is decidedly better than It was a year ago or for an average years All tho crops this year aro highly satisfactory Few records are broken but quantities arc largo and prices good and the aggregate value taken out of tho ground will probably foot up more than over before Ken tucky State Journal How to Cure Cold Bo as careful as you can you will oc caslunally take cold and when you do get a medicine of known reliability and that Is certain to effect a quick cure Such a medlclno Is Chamber lalns Cough Remedy It has gained a world wide reputation by Its remark able cures of this must common all racnt and can always bo up on It acts on natures plan relieves the lungs aids expectoration opens llfo secretions and aids nature In the system to a During the many years In which It has been In general uso wo havo yet to learn of a single caso of cold or attack of tho grip having re suited In pneumonia when this rem edy was usod which shows conclusive ly that It Is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease Chamber Cough Remedy contains no opi um or other may bo glv on an confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by F I Prlrblo lin MAUKNIIUltV Little Mlsa May Turner Is 111 of pneumonia Mrs George Aldrldgo who has pneu inonia Is much Improved Rubt Clark sold several barrels of corn to Mark Coins at 300 Miss Kllzabot Hlmpson wont to Stan ford last week to visit relatives at that place Miss Florence Bmltn has returner from a very pleasant visit to relatlvqi In Richmond Miss nester Patton Is making a two weeks stay with Miss Jennie Collin f Mlddleiborough Miss Georgia Dunn has homo from Paint Lick where site liu g i cows III Ilk I Bred ell cows applied Belle of 2 bunches often a depended healthy ruins narcotlo and us ella I L g ii- I Kentucky restoring condition 1 e f 4 been to visit Jennlo MlgglMx altar HuMo Lcdfurn who tine tH n confined lint tied with appendicitis for tho past month In Improving Mr Jonah Mnrsco bought A tract of land containing 125 acres from the cs tutu of tho William Royston at 810- f Mr Victor llcu and dunglilor HUllii IllKu of TutnurNVllle wofo guest of her pitroiitn Mr and MrnT t Herring the llrnl part of tho week There will be no services held at till Urovo Church Thiirsdity but tho pus t r Ituv Htancifur will preach a Thanksgiving nonnun next Himdny morning Instead of tho uitMMl hour Rev Henry Shonso loft Tuesday to New Salem In Casey county where ho will engage In a ten days meeting Ho was recently been called as pastor of this church A largo crowd was at tho of Mr Morford Saturday afternoon Tho following prices tire tho results of tho sale Horses from 33 to 8100 1 mule 8100 brood saws 87 to12shoat 8215 per head roars 833 to 847 per head Am llourno Auctioneer Mr Herring will have a sale next Friday otter which ho will move to Denylllo Ky Ills soninlaw Muck Moore will go with him Mr Herring has been a citizen of this community for thirty ono years ami his many friends will bo sorry to see theta go Miss Mary Chesnult was hostess at dinner last Friday given In honor of the brldo and groom Mr nod Mrs J Leo Murp of Hcdgevlllo and Miss liar not of Huslonvlllo Miss llarnct ro malnlng to mako a several days visit Tho Sunday School Institute an or gnu of the South District association nlll meet with the Baptist Church at Hurgln November 2720 Pastor H M Shouse will address the body Saturday everting on Musloa factor In Sun day School Work Commissioners of Laud Garrard Circuit Court Paulino Carter c Plaintiffs vs David M Carter c Defendants virtue of a Judgement entered In the above styled case at Its November term 1008 of the Canard Circuit Court the undersigned Special Commissioner will on THURSDAY 1003 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 3 oolock p in at Cartersvllle Garrard county Iy rent tu the and pest bidder at public outcry tho property herein set out for the year 1100 term of renting of each separate piece or of prop arty will January 1st 1000 end January 1st 11110 The renter of each piece or parcel of prop erty will be required on day of proved security payable to the Special ConunlKsloncr and bear ing Interest at the taro of 0 per cent annum from January 1st 1010 and said note to be duo and payable on January 1st 1010 and a lien to also bo retained on the crops on the land rent ed to further secure the payment of said notes for tho rent The to be rented consists of the following First Tbo property where J D Carter now In Ky The renter of this property to have the privilege of erecting fence between the garden on said premises and the orchard of Carter same to be paid out of tho rent money Second Tho property whero black smith shop Is and house whero Tim now lives and field ad joining same said field to go in corn Third The property consisting of house and lot where Roberts now lives In Cartersvllle Fourth The where Will ker Hryart now lives and orchard and lot In Cartersvlllo Fifth Tho property where VII liam Holland consisting of house garden and Held Sixth Tho property where C S Roop now lives In Cartcrsvllle Seventh Remainder of land on north side of plko In Cartcrsvllle Eighth The property whore J T Sowders now of about 160 acres 25 or 30 acres to go In corn where corn was this year remainder grass Tho renter to have privilege of expending 82500 for repairing fences front of pluce and between this place stud Al to bo paid out of tho rent Ninth The property occupied by George Allen of acres tom except orchard logo In corn be lug about 11 acres to go In corn the remainder In grass Renter may ex 825 for repairing fences to be paid out of rent place about 100 acres 25 acres In corn Held to go In corn remainder In grass Eleventh rue Hroaddus branch farm of 216 acres occupied by Thomas 0 learn 70 acres to go corn re mainder In grass 825 will be allowed renter to expend In repairing fencing to bo paid out of rent Nona of tho grass land on of tho property rented Is to be plowed except as specllled The renter of the blacksmith stoop building Is to havo tho of 850 In repairing house to bo out of rent If rent Is Insulll clout he shall not receive further pay than the amount of rent This November 25 1008 SWINKimOAl Special Commissioner j O 0 Lewis Attorney for Plaintiffs Clara Morris and Husbands It Is folly to call tho husbands the head of tho house ho Is not says Clara Morris tho famous actress In Housekeeper It Is but a courtesy tltlo at hest since In truth ho U but an In cadent In tho home life while the wlfo and mother Is lu whole existence literally the sun of domestic iupp nose rises and seta lu tho face of the wife and mother Itching Skin Diseases Arc cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo given instant relief and permanently cures form of or disease All druggists Write for sample E Co St For tale ut Drug Htore T I HCII till 10 separate to execute note with tip lennln ton now Cartersvllle byJ O II W Mol blrtll MIA tit to- go solo P highest renting undersigned expending ose a + miYANTHVIMiK Mrs John 1uters stud sun of Msrk vllle have been visiting Mrs Jose phlno llourno Ur I II Durham was In Utanford Saturday Mm Henry Toiiilliison hits been vis itlilg relatives at Lexington Stmtral from hero attended tho dunuo at NlcholasvllloThiirmlay night MM J MSmlto of M irlcvlllu wits hero for a short stay with her mother Dunn Muse Hitttlo Durham of Lincnstcr wits tho guest Saturday surf Sunday of Ur and Mrs J II Durham Mrs Salllo II Welch line been In Richmond visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Dcathcrago Miss Hester Patton line gone to Fork Ridge Tonn to visit Mrs Chas Collier Miss Frances Tomllnson Is expected huino III u tow days from an extended visit to relatives at Toledo Ohio and Indiana Miss Tovls Carpenter of Stanford Is tho nttracllvo guest of her cousin Miss Lllllo Leaven Messrs II F Patton hurry Patton and Miss Katie Palton were In Lox ington last week Quito n number from hero will go to Lexington to spend Thanksgiving and to see tho ball game Mr and Sirs J II Burke of Mad ison Mr and Mrs Joseph McCormick of Paint Lick Mrs Rose Klll of Som erset Mr and Mrs Will lIurke of Junction City were the guests of Mr und Mrs Logan Hurko Saturday and SundayMiss Hcsslo Hollon of Harrodsburg Is expected next week for a visit to friends Miss Maymo Ballard Is In Lexington for a short stay with Mrs W T Woolfolk The services conducted at tho church by Mrs Ellen Burke were well attended and thoroughly enjoyed by everyone present It was a great pleasure to their numerous friends ty have Mr and Mrs Burke with them againQuarterly meeting will bo held at the Mothodlstchuich Decembers and 4th Morning services at 11 oclock and evening 030 oclock R a sirs Methodist r Though wan show no rift ev ry b rror lloth prnUe and prnyrr ui uplift That there I there li thrift And nuh it g n ruu store From to shore And ti t our nccUlm than llitinrvlre I While rlvrri unit mountain triune With U TlmntoKlvlnff to Ills name Hnrtlllne the Jiilillco From to Clinton In The Mat aline FOLEYS WILL CURE any case of i KIDNEYor BLADDER DISEASEthat not beyond the reach No medicine can do more R 1204 N 81 Evanivflle Ind writes rover fire ears I was troubled with kidney and ladderaffections which me pain and worry I fleihand run year had t abandon work had three of the best physicians who did me no good I was Cure was recommended lad the first bottle me great relUf istlrely cured TWO SIZE SOc AID fit C C J J Stormes skies W And UfO r let peace That ell Bun c KIDNEYCURE ofmedicine liVEN UP TO DIE VirgInia II and and after takln too Nu IEIIIIIIIIIIII I slier More white pen era collard wAs lost was all second f was EMI POSTEDIliuliiidersltfiittl nurbuy KIVO warn hilt to purmitiH mil to trcnpnm upon any purpose vlmtovor as wo will prosecute till intenders to fiillcntcxtcnlof Klslicrincn cNneliilly tnko notice WH Fcr unon Mm I Cloy Hutton W Kd IurtwiMtil W T YYorrel W 0 Andtrmw John A Huiuicrn J WHweunoy It Iliirton J I Jt 0 Nolan 110 CookArnold Wit Iivn Dtidilornr Hlclmrd llorttnrnor- Mm K K Daniels II L Kcllcy U y Hallow KILLTHB COUGH AND CURE THI LUNC8 Dr Kings Nw Discovi I I r I our lauds fur tho law 1 I pill J J1I1I lld I NIl WITH fi m i1wyrtw wJiI31wj- Ills hunters aud 1I s r FOR OU d PRIOR A SI H BOISe Free AND GUARANTEED BATIBFAOTOIiY OR MONEY REFUNDED R H Mekoberts Drug Store M K Denny ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES DENTIST ORlco over H rm1oni Jewelrr itor Cream Vermifuge n V IITES I TIlE GIURUTEEI WORM REMEDY THE CIIILDHENS FAVORITE TONIC CI KC or IMITATION THC Qingixt rutrARio oniv I- TBallnrdSnow Liniment C LOUIO MO McKoborts Drug Store Sell Your Tobacco- At The Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehousea- nd got as high prices as any auction market In tho world W M Riloy Company Danvillo Ky 1025 3m Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn nntl Garden We have no agents Tree Catalogue H Sons Lexington Kentucky The Truth Every person in this city faring from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or form of skin or scalp ease can find relief and be cured by Zcmo a clean liquid for use All durggiits sell ZEMO Kcr sale at Mulloborts Drug Store 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRAOC MARK DesiGNs COPYRIGHT Ac Anyone sending iktlMi and rtMerlptlnn mar Qnlrklr Mtt H li our opinion an imihtblf r t nl ommunlrn lloni irlrtif l HANDBOOK u Iltuulent nu iic t l m PaKnli t Io recites In t- bScientific A h ni om lf lltuilrtlM wpklr tjinrt Mr cuutloi t rtiniina Tfim II MM ruontlji L Hulilbi nil r w Jr Ur orai If WMbl tJZ Eczema Is Curable ZEMO scientific preparation for externsl nee destroys the germs that cause diseases Ecxem quickly permanently cured by this remarkable Druggists Write for lam pie B W Rote Med Co For sale at MolloborU Drug Store WANTED harmers having good quality of Butter Eggs Poultry or Game and wishing the highest city mar ket prices should send name and address to The Miami Valley Ordor Del 1 735 Vine St Cincinnati 0liMolm Kktaey M4 KIN T EES t J oI F permanently I I r fro aIM Rmcricah alit ilL at t a c and shin 17 I 6 III Lou MOo 1 i t l iIJ f It f IlK j 5r s t 4 who is suf die r H taken eiat nol ke wit houi e a four UN rk eu ttt fi DHEY odds