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THE CENTRAL RECORDUXTAMIBlMt HMtOtMcr AM 0001 UOVKKiMKHT NtNKTHKNTH VKAll LANCASTtiK ICY FRIDAY DECEMBER 4 1108 i f I LI lUllN JO lON L 1 r11F 1e Jruareiaa As Usual we are UNDERSELLING THEM ALL entire line of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Carpets Trunks and 1 Re adytoWear at Slaughtered Prices You know wo moot rill competition and wo want you to call and let us prove our assertions byigiving you eoino Red Hot Bargains Everything reduced for tho next thirty days Get in the Habit of Visiting THE Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated Leaders in HighClass ReadyMade Garments t I 1 r SJ 3Ja 3J J 1 Lame Garments iC t 4 I j- Our I t REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank Or LANCASTER KV AT Close of Business Nov 27 1908 HK80UHCKB Loins dlieouiitii IMAM 7- 3Orerilrtlli scoured Hid uiufcnrrl tim 11 II H funds to secure circulation Vtw ou- Homti SIWI C- OlUiiklniboutodirnUnruandnxtiircd Stxuou Due from N llon l links uul Ateliul 3 Kt 00 one from rU lo llmiki lunkvri I7M W IMi from noun o 01 Ulivekonil other coib llf n M o Notes of other Nitlonul lUnki ll i W Frucilonil u r currency nickels ISM LAwrvi MONEY KMKIVK IN HANK vis IIIMI MI Dotes 4V7MU- Koilumptlon lund with U R Tr urer emit of clrcuUllou 1M0 00 Tout jJHjw rfi IIAI11IITIKS Hurplui iincl IftOOOOO National Hank note nutiUntUiiV ftouii DO Due to other National liauict aMI M llaukvra M 4J Individual d llriIIN Ti Kcivrvvd ou K HTtic r COUNTY or U m iil itI IIK the IHIVH uamed bank do awtar that I ho aboru state meal li true to lb bust of my Hulitarllxd and iwaru to tuioro ami day ol Deo ivos H 0 Deniijr Notary IliUloCommission j ivi OoamtT AllciitJJWAIKKM ARNOLD J UlrecloriJ 8 Juilhiuh THE CONFERENCE This a grays matter begun tho Undertaker Consequently want moro light thrown upon It nratuluxt thu lami Manufacturer I hope our views will all bo In with thu occasion put la thu lilknomiktr No pp dreams admonished tho plumber I whatever U nald nono wilt tuku U III said thu doctor Then well all be RIll not ask crop question mipplo jiionted the lawyer nut It was tho remark of tho baker which up tho mooting What I want to know drat if nil lie declared U who i axpoctuil to sup the dough Haltlmoro AJuiiricau IdUnisi Gathers No 8hivIdlonesa never made Hi way In the world and never will Tho world Joes not owe ui n llvlntr Every manu and woman alike owoa world work beyond broad and water and a crave uuluyi lie can M by hU strength and ld4i INo S8a and f 1 ruler 1illll fIG f I Ii CIIIII lIock aid in 00 Ioftlleli CKIeD an Ito 1 I lip 10 HIlI IIll1k 11101 lIbJtCI IIIChcIl4 for Tale UTE I Bun ur llndon Colder lit 010111111 belled 111 tutu 1 r Is bar hope broke 1 ply 1 I myII A or THE r ice erne and I End centa Lrgal tender per j 0000 Isles TOTAL i CIder this m S we 4 t good nntured iii tellow creatures win- S etMa1MR r C M REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCAHTKll KY AT UKKOUIICKS Loan and tllieomu 4IHI01 fJ Overdraft fcuril ami uiincnrisl Mil VI II B lloinl to rcure circulation Mt 00 fund i niirUii XIAII M 700000 Due National IUuk oKiiuti S7AH M Dun rum Mate Ilanka and llankeri Dim Irom unproved riwrroaneiiu S7Jw M- Clutcki iiilnlh it ini w i ol other National llaiikf 7 HO rcurrincT iilclirUcl 1 97 IAwrut U ticn vie IN IUNK- vtztOpiate 7 WiiO- U xiilteiidcr tunic iO CO 13075 C- OItetlruiptlon fund with tlBTrem urer circulation 00 Mono 00 10000 00 MAniUTIKB Capital atook iiald lu Inuil Uimlvlilfil iroflli Itia exptiiira and National Ink Niile Dua tn oilier National llauka luillvlilualrUiioiUaiulijectlocneck STATSOrKlNTlCKYCOUNTYOrnAKHAHDa I H 0 nINNY taililer of the above named Imnkilo solemnly awrar that above itateninut true to thu bentol inr knowlcdgo 80 NN- YUaihkr and sworn In before mu lit ol Dec 1V08 V 11 Ma o Notary Julillc- Mjr CumroUilouexplret Feb A C1 ItollNfOK A II UKNNY Ulreclori JNOK HTOKMEI 1 famhfl Fut Silas Beaver Undo 1otor Whlto aint as youiiR OR ho onco was la heT I boon noticln him a lot lately Wnllla Weaver Ha afalllu fast Is Undo Peter Ho yesterday no moro thnn nblu to do the chorus saw an split his usual two cords o wood and bring up tho days water from tV spring Then ho cnmo down street In th mornli fur hi usual con Hlltutlnnnl over nt Arts played two games o sovonup went homo to din nor an drovu n beet critter ovor to Alex tapes In th afternoon Ho was just barely able to totter down to the storo for a tow bourn last ova only 87 last May Ho aint IV plan ho wui 1uck Authoritative A lady novelist writing ft political wants Information as to how n political convention conducted Oou orally speaking convention la opened wtli prayer and conducted with live aces and H razor Louisville CourierJournal orTIi No i na1 The Close of Business Nov 27 1908 tank hnueUrrtdlureend IUllru Iran dun rcerTu v 71 lOb l Iracllonl IbOO Total 711 18 8701 le 0 f I old blIel Subscribed lit nilla aftor doln hll chorellIn hu 1 tory hl g i n rte r Is Now poi I tale Nld I5IY1 MauUI 10N1Y91a 144001- Total 7171 1 the dIy mwas the Local Items Wo hear that of tho hoii meat lately put up by the farmers Is Blight ly tainted Twenty live loads of elude cr Works given free If ground not wet L K lie 11 20 2t Kxntnlnatlon for appointments to the Eastern Normal School will ho mold at the Superintendents olllcc on Saturday December 10th Hughes and Swlnobroatl sole for Mr Itciijuinln Hum Ills firm of 130 Hcrcs 6 miles from town to A F Banders It Is one of tic best bar gains sold till season Avoid The Rush As tny reduction salt begins Friday I Would tlioso who dislike n crowd and rush to cotnu that day and avoid tho largo crowd Saturday Tlils Is suggested for your comfort and convenience II T Logan Lincaster Fair The annual meeting for election of oniwrs of County Fair Association will bo held at tho Secre tarys ofllco in the Oarrard Dank and Trust building on January 11th 1000 It was decided at a meeting held 18th to lold tho next fair on thin followleg dates 20lh and 30th 1009 Special issue Wo will run a double Illustrated is sue on Decinber 18th In order to fur nish space for Holiday advertising Merchants should note tho fact that our field men arc constantly the subscription list about 75 good names having been added In two weeks The Truth The Journal U Informed that are traveling throughout the county selling stoves and ranges The good people of this county are making a mistake In encouraging these people You pay more for your stoves or ranges than If you purchased them from your hone merchants and contribute to tho support of Institutions that do not benefit you in the least Trade at liome JeRsamlnc Journal Surprised Him F A Kites Wyundottc ICy says My hugs were so sick they could not eat and were all scouring very badly I gave them Bourbon slog Cholera Remedy and to my surprise It cured them without a loss Sold by J K Mount Co Lancaster Ky Obituary Robert Hall who was shot In Cor bin died of his wounds and his re mains were brought hero and burled In Lancaster cemetery last Friday at ter funeral services by Rev O 1 Bush He was In his 27th year and was a kind Industrious young man lie was born and reared here having moved with his fathers family a few years ago Thomas Chappcl age 20 died in Crab Orchard and the remains were burled III moved from this county a few since having been lit for bona time before and having confessed his Savior and submitted to Immersion at Ills home Funeral services were conducted by Kid F M Tinder All that was mortal of Mrs Ann Hrouddus was laid to rest In cemetery on Sunday silo having tiled at homo of her nephew Jerry Uroaddus on Sunday Silo wus 84 years of age and was well and favorably know She was a member of the Christian church and leaves many friends and relatives upon whom the loss fulls heavily Kid Tinder outdat ed ut tho funeral Improvements Tim new residence being built by Mr U T Embry Oil Hill street and one being erected by Mr S Q Hasel den on Richmond street are peering completion and they will be handsome buildings This not only rellccts cred it on these gentlemen shows n of enterprise and an era of pros parity for the city when taker In con section with the tact that others will tie built to meet the demand tot homes by people who desire to get the uonotit of our splendid school and other advantages Let the good work continue Tho denciml for houses Is always greater than the supply Death J U Hurt ago 05 died of pneumo tile ut his residence In on Wednesday forenoon Funeral service wore conducted at Lancaster Cemetery Thursday at 230 p III hy Kid F M Tinder ami tho hotly was laid to The largo crowd of relatives and friends that attended the services proved Unit ho was hull In tho highest esteem Hlswlfo and throe semis survive him the oldest sun F 0 Hurt being a prominent business man lu tills olty Deceased was worthy member of the Jhrlstaln Church at Falrvfow and an upright substantial and honorabluclt teen always being found on the side of law and order mid willing to do hit part for the general welfare Subscribe for Tuu UKOOUU mach Iron Sale lid the Oarrard July 28th peddlers to Corhln lie had Lancaster but It spirit 11 rest a Wet r when n Supt August increasing 4 Lancaster cemetery months 4 I I The Records phone number Is 3 teat Brown hatfd bng be tween Stanford Sattf day afternoon NovcmWer 28 Rclui V to olllco and recfilvo reward It The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian Church will meet with Mrs W A Arnold Saturday afternoon at tho usual hour The U will not meet In the Mouth of December The next meet ing will bo on thaflrst Monday In Jan uary with Mrs M P Frlsble lfs J II 1nftoy sold his tobacco crop of pounds on tho Lexington through Slas Shot average of 23 cc An Invariable Remedy Chas Cllntonvlllo Ky says I cured chickens of cholera with Bourbon Cure and speak too ily of It as an Inval uable remedy to fowls Sold by J R Mounts Co Lancaster Ky Final The time has arrived for roc to make a Html settlcmcn las sheIf for the 1008 revenue penally having her 1st I will to advertise and by paying once you will save further in Garrard Than Wo venture that there were more and b fer dinners served In Lancaster Oarrard county on 20h than In county of Its size in Kentucky This is character istic of our people Of course we can not mention them all but there was one that we must mention because tho temporary pencil pusher of this omco was a guest and enjoyed an ex cellent dinner given by Mrs R T Embry to a few of her friends It the repast could linger with the taste as It docs in memory we would be happy still Circuit Court Considerable business has been of by Judge hell since last Issue Link Lock was fined 950 and cost Oil bert Turner Jr 1300 and 10 days In jail Creed Turner 150 and 30 days the case against speed Mason for murder was continued and the trial of Wm McQucrry charged with Ku Kluxlng consumed two days and resulted In a hung Jury Amtfbg Visiting attorneys were J T Shelby Of Lexington Saulloy LR Hughes Geo Saulley and F F Bobbllt of Stanford Wm Smith and Judge Burnam Judge Rico of Rich mood and 0 C Fox and C C Bagby of Danville New Train Service The Louisville Nashville Railroad will on December 21st place In effect a new train schedule on their Ken tucky and Knoxvllle division which will be a great Improvement for the public The following Is the sched ule for tho Knoxville division No 23 Florida Limited Lv Louisville 810 a in Ar Rowland 1120 a ID Ar Jacksonville tullowlng No 21 Georgia Special Lv Louisville 800 Ar Rowland 1125 No 22 Florida Llmlted will pass Rowland north at 620 p m and Ar Louisville 815 p m No 21 Geor gia Special will pass Rowland at 121 a m Ar Louisville 750 a m On trio Kentucky division from Cln cinnati there will be corresponding service north and south of the above trainsA train will bo placed In service between Louisville and Richmond via Rowland brunch as follows Lv Louis villa 700 a m Ar Rowland 1105 a Lancaster 1130 p m Ar Rich mond 1250 a m tasking connections to Cincinnati and the North also to Atlanta and the South Returning Lv Richmond 120 p m Lv Lancaster 22fl p m Lv Rowland 234 p m Ar Louisville 065 p m Present morning and night trains 0 and 10 will nut be changed but Nos 28 and 20 will he discontinued Revolutions At a regular communication of Pilot Lodge No 78 Knights of Pythias held Nov luih 1008 the following preamble and resolutions wero unani Whereas It ties pleased the Great Architect of tho Universe to remove truer our midst our late brother Dr A M Helm and Whereas It Is just that a tilting recognlllon of his many virtues should be had therefore bo It Resolved by Pilot No 78 Knights of that while we bow humble submission to the with of the most High we du not the less mourn for our brother who has been taken from us Resolved that In tho death of A M brother who was ready to proffer the hand of mid muli voice to tho and distressed of the fraternity an active member of the whose utmost endeavors wore exerted fur Its welfare and pros friend and was to us all a citizen whose right and noble lire was u standard of emulation Hesdved the heartfelt sympathy of this Iodize to In their niloUun Resolved that these resolutions be the records of this and a cdpy thereof be transmitted to the of deceased brother F R L David E L Ellington on Resolutions o I D C llUgnoy of u0 mark buruo and sun JIIC18 to 3Octs an Stephe n f Poultry Notice T been added to all p taxes Decem boc lied s at cost C A Arnold Shr Cot 1242t th erUon an other I M C p nt p In lIelm laments the loss of u ever o IIBed b eI undeli nub afd sue and hln MIss 1tccreary cannot oTaxPayH giving any disposed morning Northbound m- Ar this bear f rally put I The statements of two of our hanks In this Issue do not show anything like hard Wines hut rather indicate an Wo ftgrot 10 note the death of Prof V 0 Instead t Danville 110 was kniwn by tho teachers through out Central Kentucky merchants knowli tho value advertising take a page each this week and wo aro forced tu a supplement McMillan A Cox havo moved Into their new store on Campbell street and will appreciate a share of public patronage Exchange The Thanksgiving exchange at tho Post Office was a success Those hav Ing It In charge appreciate tho willing ness to buy on the part of tho public a much as the kind spirit shown by tho contributors Next and last of Bales will bo Dec 12th and delicious dishes cakes candy and dells will be for sale You are Invited Exe ange x The Ladles of 10 0 will have exchanges t the office on Danvlllo street dates Wednesday Nov De cemoer 12 The of good things will begin early opabe dates mention ed Tho ladles will cater to the needs of the housewives and will gladly take order to bo filled 5t Good Work At tho meeting of the School Im provement League It was decided that the first step taken should bo to place books In four rooms of Hie lower grades After Christmas tho simple plan will be set on foot to raise this small amount and tbcLeaguolnSureof the hearty cooperation of tho public Tho League means to do something and it will do much if you give it sup port and help Next meeting Dec 16 Fortunate wero those who heard Dr A J Klnnaman at the Christian Church last Sunday morning Ills ad dress was pointed and pleasing clear and convincing hopeful and helpful He showed conclusively that ones field of usefulness broadened to the time spent In school lie ex pressed great hopefulness for Kentuc kys educational outlook under the newcchoollaw Kentucky pays direct ly from her treasury a greater sum per capita than any other Southern State but even ths fund should bo supple menled with a local tax In the rural districtsOnly out of every 100 children of school ale In the state are In school Something ought to be done to bring them Into school and keep them there Democratic Primary Election Held November 28 1908 Tbo family contest Is over and all democrats are ready to support the nominees next November The tick et Is a strong one and there should not and will not be any sulking In the camp Though there are some dlsap polntmenls there are no wounds to heal All good democrats claim that they ore sacredly obligated to support tho nominees and that party organ Izallon Is as essential as method and order In anything Nothing should I deter us tram doing all In our power to perch victory on the democratic banner and may It ever wave In The names of the nominees ap pear at the head of our columns and will remain there until they are t Mr C A Robinson who ran with Mr Ballard does not appear In tho list but his good character and Ins popularity will give strength to tho ticket The vote was 140 larger than the vote cast for Bryan Novem her 3 being 1300 In this race but much more Interest was taken and there being a number of candidates a larger vote was pulled We give and niaj irllles as follows Sheriff Geo T Baliard 717 David Ross 082 Ballards Mujorlty 35 County Clerk Hamlllon 054 I 406 Hamlllons Majority 543 Circuit Clerk W IJ Mason 872 E P Brown 309 Masons Majority 603 Jailor JackAdums 761 Sunders 633 Adams Majority Sid Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourne 200 David Dudderar 200 Bournes Majority 00 Buoyancy of Cork support a plan of ordinary also lu the I water Still Another Excuse Are you willing to chop some wood for your dinner Lady answered Plodding Iete an It would bo agln principles to put an ax Into one of do moimrchi of do forest even though he lay prostrate at me feet An Unfortunate Misunderstanding I had to leave my lust situation tho missus said they wero going to load the sinful life and they wouldnt want any servants about the place Punch I I ore ot well Tw our duterprlsln run t W M oat the t loing 25 aturday al In proputlon honor J W J A Doty D O One pound of cork is sufficient to 1m interostod In do pruservution off prosperity oaf elected totals tho because jiffisiiBaiiaiiiMifflaifR WB smeswiwWi Christmas Goods i a and lots of them We are headquarters for Santa Claus and our prices are WAY DOWN EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEE I HASELDEN BROS 1 II j I FI 11iifilliijF fiiriJ cPfiiFiJrriIriiirfili SJ IiiiFiJ riiEJ Iii1 J 1 I J t eeeeeeeaoeeeeeaaa eeMe N e eee 1 i f f WHATS THE One day youre up on day youre down nut what the day you belle one day you frown But what tho One day you come one day you go One day youre fast day youre day you lend one day you owe But what tho One day you will one day you wont But what the odds One day you eat one day you dont But what the One day you ret one day you toll One day you freeze one day you boll One day you clear one day you But what the One day youre here one day youre there But whet the One day you pray one day you1 iwear But what the One day youre bold one day youre hy But what the Half Holiday A Horrible Suspicion- Do you buy husbands shirts T Why do you ask Well I dont wish to have you think I would try to flatter you or anything like that but he seemsjato ly to have shirts that nro so becom ing I have always tend such poor luck In picking out the kind that would bo most suitable for my husband that why my dear what U the matter I hope I havent said anything to hurt your feelings I assure you I have meant every word and I shall go down to his office Imme diately It has just occurred to me that perhaps his new stenographer 1 picking them out for him Chicago Ancient Standards Shall you see the now play Mrs Drown Its to be a very brilliant performance I believe Well I hardly know My daugh Is to be one of a box party of school girls tonight and It she deems It suitable for a person who acquired her sense of propriety before 1890 I shall probably go Certain things are discussed on the stage nowadays which perhaps 1 am too old to hear Puck Complimentary Exchanges It Is going to be war to the knife declared the suburban man who was feeding his chickens What now asked the friend Why hunker sent me a box of axle grease and told mo to use It on my lawn mower What did you I sent It bock and told him to use on his daughters voice Chicago Dally News Bliss Lysander sweetly Do you know what day this Is Surel Our anniversary Margaret dour pretending to havo remem berod It all the time No such thing frigidly Its the day you promised to nail the leg on that old kitchen table Lysander paled tried to square himself on the anniversary blunder failed utterly and the fireworks were A Fair Price Miss Beauty at Church fair Dont you want some Mr llachMr Dach Naw at a dollar apiece presumeMiss Oh no The minister nU wo must not charge prom than we thought the things wero worth Those wore anode by that horrid bliss 1ert I think they aro worth about ten ft cent New York Weekly Irish Wit An Irishman who was trying to sell his horse was asked by the possible purchaser If the animal was timid Not at All at all salt lie sleeps In a d rk stable all slope every plant which Is the same m paying salt that beii A bravo fellow replied the Irish man Anti bo sold p odder one One odds odds soil odds cryOn I onJudgo a ODDS a odd One slow odds odds odds your dot t pea wipers y General News Ellen E Peck notorious twenty years ago and called tho Confidence Queen was arrested In New York on the charge of swindling a firm out of 82000 The woman Is 80 years old Standpatters are said to be dissatis fied with the manner In which Chair man Sereno Payne Is conducting the tariff hearings and are afraid that a bill Is to be railroaded through Con gress The rumor at Tlptonvllle Tenn that Gov Patterson Intended to send 150 troops to tako charge of the altos Lion and arrest supposed participants In tho mob has caused great excite ment and Sheriff Halnes declares that If the soldiers are sent there be will resign Dispatches to Duns Review Indicate good progress business despite the In terrupton of a holiday and the Irregu lar weather Clothing manufacturers are and all textile lines Improve Better reports are received from the Iron and steel Industry and the lumber trade Of tho 26672 crimes committed ID Massachusetts during the year 1895 22614 were committed by criminals who had been led to their criminal condition by their Intemperate habits Of these 21873 confessed to having been under the Influence of liquor when their crimes were committed Andrew Carnegie has declined the In vitation of Chairman Sereno E Payne to appear before the Ways and Means Committee In Washington Mr asks to be excused from before the committee says that he has served his full term In Washington upon tariff matters MIL JOHN D KOCKEFKILEtt on the witness stand in Now York last Fri day admitted that the net profits of the Standard Oil Company from 1890 to 1007 was In round numbers about 1470000000 yet Mr Rockefeller con tended that too business was very hazardous Few men however would be unwilling to risk considerable hazard with such a profit in view Judge Charles E Booe charged with defrauding the State by false vouchers forgery and obtaining money by false token waived examination at Frank tort and was held to the grand jury under a bond of 15000 MH Thatch or State Inspector filed an Itemized list of Judge Boons peculations dur lag his teum as Claim Clerk under Aurthor James French Exports of MlstUto Nearly 200 tons of mistletoe are an nually exported from France to Eng land principally for use at weddings Dally Thought Never bear more than trouble at a time Some people bear three kinds all they ever had all have now and all they expect to a Missions England has a mission pf de p s fishermen owning 11 boats which aye tematically vUlt the floating vlllai In the North sea and oR the Newfound laud banks Th Plagues of Egypt The plagues which according totk Bible were brought upon Egypt for tbo kings obstinate refusal t too Israelite go Into the wilderness to celebrate festival were 1 turning of river Into blood I frP8 3 lice 4 flies 6 murrain Qtbolls 7 ball 8 locusts 10 the slaying giUt lr t busy appear- Ing one CupS The the I f Or p r- I i 1 J t i Carnegie ft t Ym r ilbar r told f l born 1 Another Great Sale at the Store Famous for Fulfilling Its Promises 4 Sale Begins Friday December 4th 1908 Promptly at 9 oclock and Closes December 251ft r The Season is Lath We Need Money and Goods Must be Converted into Gash p Jtt r u 1c 1trllrt it rr I 1 t 1 tiMAEI 000worth of highgrade CLOTHING SHOES Hats Caps and Furnishing Goods 8 for Men Women and Children to go at less than cost J 1 11 j E v k VV Of course you want to save money so wait and bring this bill to ourstoreon December 4th 19O8A T 9 OCLOCK A M LOGANLancasters Recognized Leader in GoodsEtc i I I I H T Clothing Furnishing Must Have Room Must Hive Cash and to do this we are com pelled to dispose of this stocK as quickly as possible WE WE r 1 JI immense Backward Season and Need of Ready Cash Force us to This Sacrificek Everybody knows how late Fall and Winter have been and that oven now real cold weather is scarcely upon us This of course has greatly retarded sales in the Clothing arid Furnishing Goods busi ness However you must bear in mind that this is also the time of the year when wideawake merchants must be well sold out in order to pay his bills in the cities and arrange for his Spring nnd Suinmur goods Thus you see how imperative it is that we meet the conditions and the only way to do this is by selling the stock now on hand at cost and even less than cost to be prepared to handle our next sea sons goods We have boon forced to have sales like this several times before and wo leave it to our patrons as to the truthfulness of our statement that wo have always fulfilled oveiy promise made in our advertisements We must have Mopey The goods must go regardless of what they cost us so come to our store on December 41h and you can bo fitted from head to foot with the very best McrclmmlUo and experience could secure and that too at just what the manufacturer charged us for it K 1 t money Ii ti South Side of Public Square Next to National Bank p LANCASTER KENTUCKY EE r E 0 c South of Public Square Noxt to National Bank 1 Sid J If We employed large force of ann all will be waited upon promptly We advise that you come early as the prices we quote and tho fact that the people know wo never sell shoddy or trashy stuff will quickly reduce the stock and break the sizes in many lines As wo aro crowded for time wo must rush this sale and it will only continuo until December 2G Remember wo have no fake or job lot stuff shipped to us to be worked off on the public but place our regular genuine stock upon the market If is not perfectly satisfied with the quality of goods bought of us wo arc only too glad to refund the purchase price If you are business man or woman you will quickly see wherein you will save money by coming to us Just read the prices below look at names of1 the brands of the goods and you will be convinced of the economy in securing these bargains additionalclerks J 1 t I I I I It I anyone GREAT BARGAINS In Mens Boys Childrens Clothes A fine suit of Mens clothes 238 This suit is positively worth three times this amount A fine suit of Mensclothes 398 all to match This suit is worth 1000 or your money refunded at any time during this sale A big lot of Mens suits in all colors worth go in this sale at 498 Mens splendid suits in cheviots and scotch plaids worsted and cassimeres all styles 585 These suits are worth i5oo or your money back Silk and Satin lined Dress Suits in all the new shades worth 1150 go in this sale at 748 At 998 we will sell you a suit or overcoat worth 1780 to 2260 from a large assortment of as finely made and as elegantly finished suits and overcoats as the best dresser could desire Fine foreign suitings and overcoatings of style and tone and in a great variety of effects tailored into garments of faultless fashion in colors and styles 998 At 1398 and 1485 these represent the porduct of the worlds celebrated looms and worlds most skilled tailors They equal any 2500 tailor garments in the world or we will cheer j m m M m J J Enormous stock of g FINES SHOESat the Mercy of the Public U The Greatest Shoe Values on Earth We must and will turn them into Money K Mens heavy double sole in laoe and Congress Shoes y every pair guaranteed for good wear Many of this lot w were none were less 200 while n they last 188 Mens shoes for business wear that g mean service and comfort Many styles In all the DOW a est shapeafor fall and and 350 13l o f i I III I t II U r If I made to order thMi Fi Fii ti4i F- An i e fully refund your money 12 98 and 1 65 Mens fine dress pants 980 Mens fine trousers in worsteds cheviots and cassimeres worth too at 239 Mens trousers worth 000 at 29 MENS WINTER OVERCOATS Richest In Style Highest In Quality Mens nice good durable overcoats in all colors 598 Mens fine overcoats in silk and satin linings worth fiGoo go at 689 Mens overcoats worth 1800 go in this sale at 793 First class rain coats in all colors positively worth 2000 at 998 Boys suits for fall and winter wear worth Iron 200 to 6Co go in this sale at less than half price MENS FURNISHINGS Goo Mens Negligee shirts worth 100 at 12C 60 dozen Mens shirts stiff and soft bosom white and fancy patterns worth 1 oo and 125 go at 25C Negligee shirts worth 125 our price 7gc Negligee shirts worth 150 and 200 goat 83c Mens handkerchiefs at 3C Mens suspenders worth 25C price 9C Best work shirts cn earth at 4ic Mens socks all colors 5c Mens socks all wool 19C boo pair overalls worth 750 go at 42C 50 dozen ties worth hoc go at 190 g go at 149 y g Mens fine dross shoos in Box Calf and Vioi Kid best workmanship and finish worth 400 go at 108 y W Shoes worth 100 and 200 sale price 33 49o and 98o Misses shoes worth 225 sale price 69o to 117 Infants Shoes worth 60o to 76o go at S9o J p Mens shoes atl 189 149 198 Mens high top 1 blaok and tan shoes worth from 460 to 850 go in J jj this sale from 198 to 498 Honest Mike boots worthM 500 at 369 Honest Mike shoes worth 360 sale JJ ft price 289 Walk Over shoes famous tho world over 8 898 and 338 Florsheim shoos the highest 500 ft IS 10 11 I UIttUUlti ItlttUiIIttUttl UIII tI t I Y o and 800 grade salE nrioe 425 2 F j tt YFi+ + HAT DEPARTMENT Mens and boys fine dress Ijats the latest styles worth 125 and 150 go in this sale at 390 50 dozen mens fine hats all shapes and styles worth 200 go at 980 The famous Swann hats from 210 to loo go at 198 and 239 We are sole agents for the world Jim B Stctscn hats worth 500 go during this sale at 398 nest Brand Slickers worth from 200 to 300 price i5o and 235 Mens Corduory pants worth 200 node price i25 Kxtra heavy Texas Corduroy pants worth 300 to floo at 198 and 285 GLOVES and MITTENS Mens Leather Gloves and Mittens worth Soc at 190 Mens Heavy buck palm gloves worth 7c at 12C Mensfullcalf skin gloves worth 100 of 830 Mens buck gloves worth 100 and 125 at 630 Mens full dress gloves worth 100 and 125 at 83C Wrights Health Underwear worth i5o at 830 Coopers famous underwear worth iGo nt 830 The famous Royal silk plush underwear worth 8200 ati 23 H H LADIES SHOES j Over 500 pair of tho vory finest of tho fall season j goods laoe or button all weights of shoes fronoh kid patent leather and russian calf worth 250 to 400 p lace worth 360 price 149 300 pair of ladies shoes 8 in odds and ends worth up to 300 go at 36o to 60o M 5 Tho famous Drew Selby shoos for ladies ultra fashiona J y blo leathers and lasts worth 800 to 500 go in thisj sale at 189 and 386 B T T T T famous f UNDERWEARI I Itllltit 11 till UI price 98o to 198 Ladios fine viol kid ShOOE button Hand I i l TTiTTTTTTTTTTTTISYW T TT T IT TTTW c FF4 Wt4 944 M ttt i z 1 i tl Sal Positively Opens Friday December 4th 1908 at 9 oclock a m and Closes December 25th Wo guarantee perfect satisfaction in every particular in every article wo sell and will oatoom it as a personal favor if you will bring back any article which is not exactly as represented Remember rwo have notraah or old stock it is nil now and uptodate and is well worth twice tho prices wo ask Wo urge upon you tho importance of securing those bargains No goods will bo jlmrgod luring thiq solo Betiding Clothier Furnisher Outfitter and Shoe Dealer i i f- HT LOGANt r tot I f fh Jrl t 1 II ii L I I 4 i Lancasteree I H a- tk ti r f r 1J YV iff y I L 14111 Thursday I k I11- 1L It H Begins ash II o ore i J1I ovM rt J1 r n J 1 r ALE l 11 It Beginsi Thursday 4r Cash 9 k H t yr WHITE ELEPHANT STOREi r r rtr a 11 c Cia sa e rll aYi 7I I Pitch in and Buy Suits Remarkably Low THE LETEMGO 1 Our Reasons for This Profit Distraction Sale Our Patrons Know What a Handsome Lino of Clothing We have always handled the best styles the neatest fits and the most dependable goods the market affords Our motto has always been The Best Goods for the Least Money Always looking out for the choicest and the best we have been on the lookout for a new line of clothing and after looking the least ern markets over we announce to our patrons that we have found by examining all the notable lines of suits made in this country the one we can depend on We have examined them inside and out and taut them to pieces and studied their construction of every detail The garments we finally selected will fit better will keep their shape arc nil wool will be more durable and satisfactory thou any gar incuts manufactured in this nation They are handtailored for us by an Eastern firm one of the lar gest and and most admirably appointed clothing es tablishments that has ever been erected We arc going to displace all other lines of clothing heretofore handled by us the Hart Schaff ncr Marx line and Hcldman Hcldman PileofStyle line and all others and fill our shelves with this new line for spring Now in or der to do this we arc going to inaugurate right the of this fall season right when you want such articles a Salo to Close Out this Stock of Clothing- We now have on hand at fabulously rockcrushing prices to refit and refurnish our business house ready for the new line we propose to put in about the first of March 1909 We are going to designate a SAUS of clothing and gents furnishings shoes under wear overalls in fact everything in our Clothing Department A dollar spent at this sale wilt pay you the biggest interest a dollar ever brought Conic and FCC how much you can carry away for it This sale will continue for at least ten days possibly longer but we urge you to come early for many of these bargain lots in a hutrv f longer got Y best equipped S p Old Lines Must Move Out I I e BEGINS 9 oclock a m Sharp RAIN or SHINE Suits 249 490 980 1210 1390 THURSDAY 3rdDEC Small Change Does Big Work During THE LETEMGO ON NEXT THURSDAY DECEMBER 3rdAt 9 oclock our doors will open upon the grandest and most novel sale of merchandise ever held in Lancaster Ky We expect to make this one of the greatest sales we have ever held we want every throughout the store tell a tale of profit destruction that you can scarcely believe until you see it with your own eyes Flaming red is the mystic price that rules the hour Special Offering 500 Suits and Overcoats To Close Out The Suits for men and young men in a variety of choice styles excellent colorings and patterns Fabrics are fine worsted fancy Scotches and black Excellent values 2500 Suits reduced to 1390 2000 Suits reduced to 1210 i85o and 1500 Suits reduced to 980 Mens Suits Overcoats for the business man or the young fellows The staple and fancy styles in fancy Scotches Oxfords cheviots and blacks 2000 Overcoats reduced to 1398 i85o Overcoats reduced 1249 1500 Overcoats reduced to 998 1000 Overcoats reduc ed to 749 500 Overcoats reduced to 298 The Raincoats a garment desirable for fair or foul weather 1850 reduced to i5oo reduced to 998 Others cheap er We Will Close Out Quick 360 Suits 150 Overcoats For men and young regular 1000 1200 1500 propose to put in about March ist Heres an opportunity you cant possibly afford to overlook Every suit in this sale is a strictly all wool fabric They are single and doublebreasted fancies and blacks beautifully tailored and worthy the consideration of any man or young fellow who wants a firstclass suit for little money Come pick out your suit overcoat and other goods as soon as you can The LETEMGO price is yours The way we are going to sell these goods makes your money do double duty You can get a fine durable suit or overcoat for about what the cloth costs with making and lining thrown in ElephantStore I as low s249 12J9 menour 2000 and 2500 values to make place for the new spring line we I f t newest tonrt3 LISTEN HEAR THE LOW PRICES ECHO 5000 Yards of Full Standard Prints in all Colors 4 cents per yard DOWNI DOWN Away Down Go the Prices 100 Ladies Suits 150 Ladies Cloaks 150 Ladies Skirts To be slaughtered in this sale You cant afford to pass this great opportunity by Beautiful lute of Ladles Tailored Suits Coats neatly trimmed and tailored gored Skirts with folds black blue and brown novelty stripes actual values 1800 to 2500 Specially priced 695 to 998 600 to 800 Cloaks in this sale 398 to 498 These arc full length Coats in black beautifully trimmed in braids and velvets 1000 to 1500 Cloaks beautiful styles of full length Coats broadcloths and Kerseys empire effects full satinlined nil shades and blacks actual 1000 to 1500 values Special priced 798 to 998 Indies Tailored Suits 2000 to 3000 actual value elegant line latest styles broadcloth and novelty materials trimmed and tailored styles Special priced f t I1i ii new t 1249 satlrt lined Is t Dress Goods and ilks We are showing all the new Dress Goods in pleniiful variety of uptodate and staple colors weaves and effects at less than usual pricesChiffon Broadcloth 5 inches wide in black worth 150 at per yard 98cents Broadcloth In colors 52 inches wide worth 125 extra special now at per yard 19 cents Herringbones Diagonals shadow striped Panamas and novelties 42 to inches wide actual values ifo per yard marked down to 89 cents Panamas Serges Herringbones and many other new weaves 36 to 42 inches wide in all the new fall shades at per yard 75 cents to 65 cents actual values reduced to per yard 49 cents Double width suitings in all shade actual value 50 cents per yard reduced to 29 cents SIIKS yard wide black taffeta Silk re duced to per yard59 cents Yard wide black taffeta Silki35 grade Deduced to 98 cents Yard wide taffetas and satin in colors suitable for Suits Skirts and Waists reduced to cents One lot assorted Silks plain colors and fancies values up to 100 per yard reduced to 35 cents I fo I 9 All woal To Give Place to The New I Skirts Panama Skirts in black blue and brown newest models pleated and plain gore with taffeta folds or folds ofsame material and cover ed buttons values up to 750 reduced to 450 and 398 Extra sizes in Panama and Voile Skirts for large people these skirts are cut extra full all the way up newest fall models at from 850 to 498 Handsome Voile and Chiffon Panama plaited flare and Directolre styles satin silk and button trimmed reducee to 049 to iiJ8 Petticoats Wonderful bargains black silk Petticoats at 149 These are the kind we havesold at 650 made of heavy rustling taffeta Silk full flue flounce cut extra full special now Sjig Silk Petticoats extra full silk dust ruffle special price 649 Black satteen and heather silk Petticoats cut extra fullln several different styles always sold at 150 special price 08 cents Women Knit Skirts in solid colors and stripes 12 cents I r y i s Big Bargains In Childrens and Misses Coats 198 to 998 15 and 20 Ladies Tailored Suits Reduced to 798 Como to the Salo that never Disappoints Hope Cotton 7cts a yard Yardwidth Bleach Cotton Sets a yard Every Price Guaranteed or Monoy Refunded Space too Limited to name the many Bargains found bristlingin every Department RED the mystic color that marks the Price Watch for the big sign in front f t tJ a 85 xtra Salesmen want 4 ed Apply before 0 a xn each day Must be ex perienoed f r t I I White Elephant StoreSO IbT LANCASTER KENTUCKY sR r iiifRailroad fare paid to ties buying sa5 or more I the for I instruotion to collect it t It Jii x par i t b- Ask Book kaeper rt rrt y Y 1 L I I r COffiD an I i icumip i 4- ii L Two Boon rt- S X toils I n arc Obelisk flour and stood bread employ the first you are always sure of the second They go together even when accompanied by only moderate baking skill Order a Barrel of Obelisk Four Dont mix it with other flours Give the Flour a chance to show what it can do by itself Coal Salt and Peed BANKS HUDSON I Tobacco Barns If you arc going to erect a Barn either for tobacco or other purposes now is the time to buy your LUMBER for the following reasons Owing to the enormous amount of tobacco that is go ing to be raised this coming year the demand for LUM BER likewise will be increased so if you wait till the time to house your tobacco before you build like many will of course be delayed One Saw Mill leas just begun sawing on a very fine boundry of Pine and Hemlock and we are making a specialty of furnishing Lumber in car lots at special prices either her or any point on the LN It will pay you to see us before buying Lancaster Lumber Manufacturing Phones 74 and 104 Lancaster Ky OUR LINE OF Holiday GoodsIS NOW ON DISPLAY cordially invite your inspection We csn supply your every want in high grade JEWELRY WATCHES SILVERWARE CUT GLASS AND NOVELTIES at the very lowest prices We are also fully prepared and equipped to do all kinds of Watch Clock and Jewelry repairing witbout delay We will appreciate your business I I If you I t I I I I 4- I 01 W Q 0 i i tV J I k Q 0I- i 0 j I 1 XrA I itt OOOOOOOOOOOC tjl Audwe l J f I I I I Y- i D I Q ta 0Q i Q Q Q- Q Q Qt Q Cot Q Q fJ Q r s r t 1 r FrisbiesIf I OOOOOOOOOOOO OOC 1 IDRUGSTORE OOOOOOQOOC This Week Our HOLIDAY LINE will be opened and we cordially in vite you to inspect it We shall take great pleasure in showing you through Morrow McRoberts JEWELERS k We aro showing special bargains in Mens Ladies and Childrens Try usjand wp will make you a special pricq on oods Wo will eoll them for logs than manufacturers cost S BROWN Kentucky 1 iI i i ffjj j Jrjff C QTHJNOI f t r C 1 0 aIEI If the ot 1 I I I ARt I f il nqster M M f d 1 I NN ON NNNNtNi I 4 1 i rpy41 4 ti- I e N4sN N Ni wN N NN NN N 3 tr 11110r kk f l t MN Nl OMT11AL UECOlll118- 1KII WRKKIV IIWA V It Alt F S HUQHGS EdrPubr Kntitiit nt IKl JVildfl fatfoMtr AVi ftmiutClnil Mnll Slalltr Mombor Ky Pros Atteolatlon Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky Doeombor 4 1900 Dimoerotlo TIcket For Stato Senator H L Hubble Nor HcprcscntiitlvQ II Burton Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For School Superintendent Miss Jen nlo digging For Assessor W S Carrier For Sheriff Ceo T Ballard For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Circuit Clerk W H Mason For Jailer Jack Adams For Magistrate District No 2 Ji II Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourco For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination M C SAUFLKY We are authorized to announce lion Chas A Hardm of Harrodsburif as a candidate for renomination for tin office of Commonwealth Attorney for the 13th Judicial District to the action of tho Democratic party I lion Harvey Helms plurality In I the race for Congress Is 1075 Senator W O Bradley denies that ho Intends to punish tho Federil of who were for Taft The new congress will have a repub lican majority of 47 about 10 less than their majority In tho present congress which meeta next Monday The defalcations of Judge Boos the claim clerk In tho Auditors ofllco amount to over 825000 and the In vestigation Is still In progress The worst feature Is that he professed to bo a Christian Tho Country Life Commission Is ing favorably considered and good crowds have attended tho meetings Practical suggestions In reference to the Improvement of the condition of those who live In the country should always be In order Improved roads better educational facilities and many other subjects touching on the health Intelligence and happiness of the country people aro amoog the most Important to Insure the prosperity and welfare of the nation for all our wealth comes from the farm The entire tobacco crop has been sold and tbo Burley society has won in Its long struggle against the trust Independent manufacturers bought tho remaining 25 per cent at the same prices that prevailed in tho large sale reported last Issue The sole will bring about 83760000 which added to the other sale will make about 110 000000 for the farmers In the Burley District No wonder business Is brisk and everybody Is happy If this money were distributed equally to the entire population of Kentucky It would give over seven dollars to overy man and child Garrard county to bacco lands are in demand In this issue the announcement of Judge M C Saulley for the nomination this appears Ills olllclal life as Judge of the district for eleven years is an open book In which Is recorded rulings and judgments consistent wIth the principles of right and justice and favoring law and order He Is an em inent lawyer possessed of a strong will and a high sense of honor never favoring any compromise when ques tions of morality and public good are being considered lie has many friends who will exhaust all honorable means to secure his nomination Tho many friends in Qurrard county of our popular Commonwealths A Hardln of liar rodsburg will be happy to observe In this Issuo of the Record his as a candidate for renomlnutlon by the party for tho otllco of Attorney Mr Ilardln Is a gentleman of the best moral character socially he Is polite and affable pro fessionally ho Is a lawyer of ability Ho has made tho district a fearless honest able and impartial prosecutor Ho la In every way qualified to till tho office and ho has earned and richly deserves public approval as a reward for the splendid services rendered tho district Qoed Cough for Children The season for coughs and Is now at haud and too much care can not be used to protect the children A child Is more to con tract diphtheria or scarlet lever when ho n Ill cold less tho risk Chambers c lairs Cough la tho sole roll once many mothers and tow of those tried It are willing to of RIPley noyor I lulnu Cough Remedy for my children tlon This contains no opium or other narcotic and may bo as to a child as to an adult n Fpruiebj Friable jm i i i 0 c rJv n and u u n o W Far County for prefer boo woman democrat- Ic for Judge of dis- trIct Attorney lion Ohas alJ oUlclal Medicine colds UilO other F W hlllil Alan Chamber 1 and It 0011 satlsrac i 1 rr t llce holders announcement Commonwealths F have atlier RIven I LAINT litUK Mr Harry L Francis noM n pair of nudes to VV II llurton for lluo- Mf Itoger Uuckcr of Lexington spout Tliankrglvlng with Ills bruthur anti mother Mr WlllUm Hurt of Now Mexico VIM with Ills iiiotiifr Mrit Juno Hurl Itntli Aunt Elicit Cniiipboll was married Wcdnwtlay evening 2flth to the Ruv Thus Drown of Lexington W Q Kcuipor mndo a flying visit to Cincinnati Wednesday returning by tho way of IxUl vllle Thursday Mr J A Hulin of father of tilt Into Dr Helm Is horo looking after his sons business Mr gofer who was with the Amor lean Tobacco Co last year has return ed to tako up his work of grading to baccoTho public sale held by M d Lamb at tho Gllllsplo farm was largely tended and property brought good prices O L Arnold of Sulphur Ky ar rived Wednesday to assume his duties as book keeper for the American Company Tho bank Is at last under repair Mr R K Stone of Richmond Is now the brick work and wo all hopo to soon sco the building completed- Dr Carman Is elated over tho fact that ho will soon bo back In his old of flea over tho bank Since tho lire ho held his offlco any and everywhere Mr 0 A Mallard has just completed a temporary building which he used as a fancy grocery and meat market Mr Ballard Is an enterprising business man and will build a permanent in tho spring The American Tobacco Co opened up for business this week Mr R N Beasley the popular buyer for the Co started lato but ho Is paying tho best price which Is tho best friend to the farmer Mr Walter Ilammack a popular clerk of this place has accepted a tsar cling position A Richardson Co of Louisville He will havo the state of Texas as his territory A largo state for a small man but ho Is a good salesman and wo feel sure of successMrs Helm widow of the late Dr A M Helm Is again at her homo with tho White louse Club She will remain here until a settle ment Is made of tho estate Tho Berea Telephone Co havo their new lino to tho Carters vllle plko where It connects with the Bastln lino which was just completed Wo will havo a metallc lino to Lan caster and Bcrea and It will be a pleasure to the business people They will not have to watt until one woman tells her neighbor about the old hen and chickens and tho baby while they walk the floor and say Sunday School words because they have an Import ant message to send No moro Line Busy On Wednesday evening at 7 oclock at tho residence of the brides father J D Burchell of this place Miss Burchell was united In the bonds of wedlock to Mr Arthur Botner L N Ry conductor of Lob anon Ky Tho wedding was a quiet allots only a very row the closest friends being present beside tho of tho contracting parties They departed Immediately attar the ceremony for Now Orleans where they will spend their honeymoon The Rev J M Rash of Winchester was the officiating clergyman and dellver ed a beautiful and Impressive Miss Annie was the eldest of Mr and Mrs J D Burchell and was the favorite of old and young alike her sweet smiling gentle ways wero like the spring sunshine As this young couple starts ont upon lifes pathway their friends wish that It may with roses Marked For Death Three years ago I was marked for death A graveyard cough was tear ing my to pieces Doctors failed to and had fled when m Mrs A C Williams of liar Ky The first doso hnlped mo and Improvement kept on until 1 had Icluo holds the worlds healing record for coughs and colds and throat diseases It prevents pneumo ala Sold under guarantee at McRoberts drug store SOc and Trial bottlo free 1m UNION Mr Ebb Cook sold 7 yearlings at 125 per head Mr Leo Gostlneau has been very sick with pneumonia J T Tunkersloy sold some steers to Win Marshbanka at 3o E B Cook sold two calves to of Paint Lick prices 121 Firs Noe sold his tobacco to Mr Powers at lOo R E L Murphy sold to Mr Beasley of Paint Lick at 16o Prayer niQotlnga are hold at Good Hope overy Thursday afternoon arid Saturday nights Everyone Invited Win Lawton moved to Ida house ho erected on Brushy Knob He bought the land In the spring front Qeorge Schooler for 1300 He Is now living higher than anyone Mr Wm Mays our rural mall car riers resignation took place Tuesday Thoro never will he a moro popular and we wish him success on his farm A Dangtroui Operation a the removal of the appendix by a surgeon No woo who takes Life Pllla subjected to ordeal so t dont foal They cure constipation headache ana 25ot lU K Mo Roberts drug store Jw 4 II us tOil lIIe lit Tobacco do- Ing liar for E completed Annie of relatives 10 my got Dr KinKs Now myhealth 1100 Shepard air I ut lour I arising ceremony daughter 9 husband 4I ruin t t 1 f Guns of all kinds and Hasoldcn Bros V Dont buy your cutting ill you got my price J Sea our robes ami Iluscldcn Bros Dont forget tho Old wgoi Is stronger and runs lighter wagons Get m oni before you buy v Foot warmers end carbon lluselden Inns A Hasclden be glad Haseldcn Bros You arocordlally Invited to attend U1 store by tho National and Lutz JfcSchrainm Co on Insons store lie can havo your pictures enlarged In any kind Guaranteed Business Items TOJM TOM Tugs ItiiMiUlM For Srlel lot of Xnin nt tli Brothers Old newspapers nt 20 fur fiYpnls at tills olden Iltos Car of Cotton Heed Muiil JtistXri cd Hanks Hudson II a Bet Car of 1 Batiks Hudson Store room Ul III Apply to W T West Mllllntry At Cost Como and let a bargain at cost 112721 Mrs Alex Walker Ills bargains In bunitlcs at Hasoldcn Bros You are cordially Ihvltcel tt aUtfnd the demonstration tp ho pi our sure by tho National Bfoculi arid Lutz iSchrammCo on De cember 1103 Curruv I am overstocked with bury arid give you bargain Remand Oil Will take orders for anyktad of Man names Also Journal and Companion I 112531 For Rent Mouse and lot at now occupied by J C 12421 Mrs A rIlasoldcn For A lot of ewes In good dtndUIonJ provo money makers 112031 J lllEmlll Seo our Chafing and Bakin Hasclden Bros t dwelling and adjoining tho College grounds Is for the year 100 For particulars can see mo on time place Fisher tt For Rent j Store room Henry Duncans Possession Jan 1 tf Daughter You aro cordially InvlUil to attend tho demonstration to bo our store by the National and Lutz Sell ra in ui Co Do comber 4 1008 Notlc l Beginning on Saturday November 14th I will soli goods at a special low daysMrs112031 Dwolllng For SMy dwelling on Crab pike Hamilton 1030lf My resldenconcnL to former Mrs Susan 8 tf Fruit I am orders tho Knoxvillo Nursery Co for appreciate any udo Fruit on mo at tho I Hotel Thanking my past 112041 D Armstrong To City Payer Your city taxes aro Thr taxes are very near to tho us llconsodu not amount your taxes beforo the penalty KOCH 1st must bo at onco as to make Grist Bargain For the next 30 days i will soil tHe entire stock of General Aiercliandiira of Jima II 1otts at hla Lick This stock Dry Goods Notlom r Clothing Groceries bo I UiU stock as coq Ret u bargain by seeing me at once It L Klkln Trustee In Bankruptcy Lancaster Ky Dec 1 Notictl are that 1 the otllca of Hormlon tt Lau caster to rewlva slain estf te of time sold Indebted to him fill please come forward and settle me D E t i rfoJl A U Il Meat J CUll II Rt It t Fern dlell amid Rldlllier toy rlnighaaud rut dl1I r oh ff 1 IV load d tolls IU n basso b e IT IIIckl y IT th n tU Ito an II hats a 1 u mar oj walton harness For thirty da UIO Jove r- had W J Alt Ory ntsv t1e Willi n S o and 10tf jthe demonstration to Il our fibre ItCo camber oj Curroy Call on J U Collier at J u It you esire 1 2OIt Sal bred early to good bucks fo r Mrs S n oecu t by II T Logan JOurt lYe t ills u Co or Davidson R t Or I Jan lat Nor can see me at any home bins J For ent occupIedbyFie r Tree t r All II delivery and stsall a d cal lon frlon a for favors Ve W Tax uo all wo hav to much Please amid I SO have Monday s oro u Juillt f 1l001 au of co v Any uuo lie j w op ov cry Saturday beginning 7 oclock sit on against ass w llor Asslygoo i II t 6s hags Y pond Bonds r11as oh 4f wagons I bleat 1 parr w ltus prices on Old 111ck ry va J Ito fns brie at for but squ e One the best town fur h si u 11 46 r racer J Iv N fur ruo llrown g w venzit 1005 Davidson In Ishev lots barbers L Currey ha I pool noy 0lties b run coner oar co S Su rid must timeVI Un1008 at r at fat j Buy at Home We have the lest range on the market and we con so demonstrate If the public will sail nt uur sloro Why j bay front some foreign institution thnt does not pny any fi5 taxes to keep up your county toads your school your churches should burn out of d home your home merchant is always ready to help you in tine of need when if you requested a catalogs or foreign house to help you they would tell you to go to the Devil We cnn give Ji you a better stove and save you from 15 to super cent L in yrice Call and let us demonstrate this L IB J E Mount Co This weok wo will be nblo to show you our line of CHRISTMAS GOODS Do not fail to do us tho favor of seeing our Display It will bo mutually plcnsant anti profitable WcRoberts Drug Store BARGAINS j IN MY LINE Dressers 8 to 30 00 Withstands J 4 oo to 10 Beds 4 to 30 oo Bed springs 2 50 to 5 Mattress 2 to 15 00 Chairs per set Diners 4 to 30 Rockers 150 to 12 Tables Dining 6 to 35 Center 150 to 10 Dig line of Carpets and Rugs Come and see them J C ROBI When You Put Money In A tr f J jjtt1m JillI rmrrWriJnlUif in 1 I J- IDI IIII I iill I IJili If you 1 t t i I I I I I C f I l I J O IJo i ct I I I 1 L jr 8 L1- 1 hIh I 5 SS m w y r r iii r- rrw wM I I y i 7la ll Carriageyou vaut to know that your isnt wasted We give a written guarantee to every purchaser There Js no enjoyment that equal a ride in one of our match less carriages We can supply you with any style all built with that careful attention which in and finish add so much to personal comfort W J ROMANS money j cpn constructionII II I n III M d1N1V THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 510000 A H UBJINV President J I STOHMES Vice Prtil S C UBNNV Ctiblir J F Robinson Asat Oa- II T Embry Hookkeeper1 pjiutcToitat- SaroJ n Cochran Alex R A 0 Robinson John R Htormea- H 0 Penny J 14 am rr i SaretsBeposIt Boies forM I IIf I I 1 Wo Solicit Your It Basicoi 1 V i i t j A New Aid Fable f TMi ti not n Ado table though it may onto ill lnng It in Homo Alii falilo Onto llioro n lotaor who ml nround nnfl cut Kindling ftM I Klovo liunofu n WhlUlwI HKnitiit vjiii IIITJ WHS AlU y You It wan N I Why d 81 nntl found that the wn Sure Mikol j Look nt tint town over in next County drown like Jonahs Uoiird but I tlon t oo that iminons Thats the wny town On dny taremile stranger nontr1 Into Town tintWM KnocktJ from th that had lllowioml like Jonnh i I In Beard m U GhttHiHj HH 1H t HiHH H HiHc I lIng n was too for Cook l and hi8 town lend1 I Its 1In11 ltletJy on till Bllllk Ii lantlllt ho hero I leak lust bit n Jonnlt lure ttC woro knocking particularly a the burs Jour Siir3Sti iSititirwsrSS r t 4 nglind l I l i I lie some any Ilur fir rt or rluliUTtfiinlInU nod Irop a to lit ballon Look here you he rrmnrkci to the citizen Who w i handing Out Kntwki what ito you lo for till town re you doing your mrt to thl lluru on tin frwradT Wh f that hefty llunfh of lltrrn hue itlcklnK out Th t a Mnlt Cntnlnicua from Chi raro n town that li a town rpll J the r Bo I thotilit tho Impertinent Arrive nl Now let Lund you out n nlra little Wed of common en Ior the t t ten you have sending your money to tho Chl rjigo Mall Order houtc Instead of wndln It among your homo mer chant What would have happened to Chi CBKO arty year ago It all the Flrnt Bettleri hind hlpp l their lMOn Coin to New York on ImlucementiiT Why youll tiara to use a Kami drnlirer now to nod the OrlKlnal 811 of Chicago Now In the llurs from which I the the tl the 11 l put f rof 11 Order JI Ore U mil JI aof tIIl lot 1111 gtl ir your Clothed a 4 said 4 fir j iiyear been i4 r 4 4 cot over nil Hum Iluilnem yrar ORO Wn panMit Heolutlon that w would trade at home and holt our own town to Spread out to that you could fllKlit It on the map without uilnR Opera slut you and a Hunch of other In Ihl town have ruled your Bubitanc In Iltotou Hxp naitur In Chleago by mall n4 let the hrrlrt hanK out the Nothlnif Uelnic1 RII In front of ooma of your own town Hmporlum lnok l our Town and then look at What make the Dlffer tncT Whereupon tho Whittling Gaznboo threw n few well cho Ben into mental makeup find wont down to tho store to Annex n collar in place of the Paper Circles which ho had bought front Chicago nt nits o Box MORAL If you want your town to grow patronize home enterprises r 1IIe JU 11101111 In we I Q 0folks 1 Q mercantile 1St i I e1 r Q g g J- I r l A this Glass yours aS F his Yllia o 4- CI ai- ooCoo aooooaoogoooooo1oooa aooc o- Lrl UNDERTAKER r Arterial Cavity Embalming oa OlIIe Street J s and D3aee FULL LINE OF CASKETS Milt HUKIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK I r J J 1rcnldcDt WALK Kit J S JllllNBON Vlco Pros t 111 ORUANIZGD I88j The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANOASTHK KY CAPITAL liu SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNKV AMt Cmhr a D WALKKII Bookkeeper Business Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson H R Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Olbbs I 5 f Solicited I i 1 n WINTER COLDSyou BALLARDS HOREHOUND i no them ifyou SYRUP A cough cr colt l n forerunner of mnny elok It ho 1 10 Hyutoiii In A of tulxiH nail oolln must bo order to liwuro brood hwilUu Ballards Horehound Syrup COUGHS COLDS BRONCHITIS WHOOPING COUGH CROUP AND ALL PULMONARY DISEASES Cured of a Chronic Cough J H Kills TUilto Mont write j cheerfully rpoom wllli olmwlo i yru ullvotvU nu liwuoilluto and j onnnnont 25c boa and 100 Bullard Snow Liniment Co 100902 4con4 Street ST LOUIS MO Sold R E OvBERTS I j I I CURES Irtuut 1I11ruhuunl to d for YCIIItI uhronlo nil wlutor 1I0rbhouul1 I uuru 111 RpnfnIf 1 1 i 1 Mct f I iI J rtI soiloua s ells Bbouhl tuu6 d r I I which i llnllnrd i Watt n 1 ptnlgiI WBI011 plat North e IiLH About People NS A Drltl Mcnllcn of the ComIng Oolnji Wt Are In Mm Mntllo Dnnvlllo vlHllln relatives Mlw A mm Noel of Danville was In our city Monday Mr Jolla his home In Hyullovlllp- Mm Klliel West Darnold In vlxltlnu relatives In Ilensurovllle Dr Ilurnctt pad Homer Tlimlcy were In Louisville tliln week Miss Alllc Yantl entertained soy Mrs J K Stories M In Covlnulon vIMtlntf Arthur Ilublmrd L K Stanford was hero Saturday on professional business J II Klnnalrd lias splen did work fur Tlio Record Misses Helen Gill liavo been spending u week at the Kcnuar lau Miss Mabel Clair Arnold of Paris vtsltcd her aunt Miss Funnlo nell Austin Mliis 1ully Travlor of Lincoln has been tho recent visitor of buss Annie Herndon Mrs Alexander Kennedy of Lex liiKton Is with her daughter Mrs Hanks Hudson J S Johnson and little dough ter Florence are spending a few days In Ulchinond Miss Katie Selvldtfc of Chattanooga Penn In her aunt Mrs Sue Anderson Mrs V T Rico and llttio daughter of Richmond are visiting her mother Mm Carrie Davidson Mrs R A Hurnslde has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs William Lackey In McCrcary Misses Edna and Norma Hallow of Richmond lire vlslllnif their punts Misses Tomnile and Lucy Francis Mr and Mrs C F Dentnnn who have been guests of Mr and MM Alex West have returned to Nicholas vllleMr LaAlnla Brown Park of Rich mond spent the Thanksgiving holt day with her mother Mrs fancy Brown Senator G T Farris came from Louisville Saturday to vote This Is twice this month lie Is true to his friends and his party Miss Altle Marksbury gavean ele gant dinner Friday In honor of Miss Julia Hlgglns of Richmond The guests were Mrs Mary Friable Miss Margaret Tomlkison Mr F II Marks bury Mr and Mrs Louis Landram Tho departure of W S and R A lieazley for their now home near Lex Ington Is a matter of regret for the en tire community because everybody Is their frMnd on account of their up right conduct und their sterling qual itiesThe St Louis GlobeDemocrat has n splendid likeness of the Infant daughter of Mrs L M Cox formerly Miss Eugenia Bush of this city Tho child Is named Christina Carpenter lOx and she won a prize at a baby show given at the Central Presbyter an Church In that city Mrs Alice M Trcager wife of Wil liam 1 Trcagcr Deputy Sheriff and HallllT of Department 0 Supeilor Court died at her home No 072 West ThlrtyUfth street yesterday after a lingering Illness She was tho dough ter of Henry Collier formerly a prom inent merchant of Sacramento Phe was 20 years of age She leaves beside her husband a daughter Laura E Treager California Ex Deceased was a niece of Mrs U D Simpson Medicine That Is Medicine- I have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach but 1 liavu now found a remedy that me well and tint Is Electric hitters a medicine that Is medicine fur stomach and liver troubles and for run down conditions W C Kiestlcr of Ark Electric Hitters purify and enrich tho blood tone up nerves and Impart vigor and energy to the weak money will bo refunded falls to help you 60o at R K Me Roberts drug store Ini UUUKKVK Mr John P Long of Cottonburg wo visitor lore last week Mr T O Hill sold two horses to Mr Tote Milton for 160 Mr John sold some hogs to Mr A 0 Mlles fur me Mrs Andrew Hogle and Mrs Heather Ray have returned trout a few days visit to relatives In Mercer Mrs Nancy Juno Ray and grand duns lust week Mr and Mrs Miles And daughter Agues visited relatives In Lexington lust week Miss Mao UroaddiH made a short visit to Herca recently Misses Mablo and Lula Crutchlield of Stone visited Mrs George Hay Wednesday night and till Misses Dick erson Thursday The following couples drove to Wednesday and worq quietly married Jennie curter and Mr Herbert Whltaker and Mm Ella Vicki and Mr Howard Logan q J b4 u end Ly Those D Irlshlo III In day Mrs Hughes ot dono some soliciting Martha and use guest of lilt 1 Goat z hurt era friendisPhnnksgivltg Mrs eater visited Richmond Dr A M Helm 1 if r tw luck died iti the hI JOoiiliM Hdsplliil In Uxliitfton Ky HI 730 n m- Ilnirmlar November Ilitti lOOti Ha had week of lever III wife Mi Jauiiiw Illeli arils Holm and father nhil only brother of JIustoiiYlllo were with him at the endIlls remains were taken to Danylllo Frldaymorilng and Interred In the family lot In the cemetery nt that since beside the graven of his mother std two sisters wlio have been taken within the hilt taw years Dr Helm was a dependent fruit Marguls Helm an oillcerot the Rev elution who was a settler In Lincoln County with General Isaac Shelby and a brother of Governor John L Holt Ho has numerous relatives In Central Kentucky Ho was married twice tho second time only four his deceased wife survive him Ills youth was spout on tile old Helm estate In Lincoln County He having moved to Madison County about ten years ago He was a member of Pilot Lodge K of P at Ford Ky which sent a delegation to Lexington and as slated In arranging for the funeral Dr Helm has been a resident of Paint Lick the past tour years practicing his profession as a dentist and during those four short years ho has made a legion of friends no one who met him could help but like him to say the least and with his manly upright and Christian life ho was wore thy of the friendship of In losing Dr Helm trout our midst the citizens of Paint Lick not only lose one of the best professional men but one of the best and highest types of Its citizens a man who never to the knowledge of anyone had an and It seems that his motto was that of the great statesman who said Charity for all and malice none A Friend This te Worth Reading Leo F Xallnskl of OS Gibson St Buffalo M Y I cured the must annoying cold sure had with Bucklens Arnica Salve I ap plied this salve once a day for two days when trace of tin sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts1 drug store 25c JIUENA VISTA Mr Will Baker and wife of Versail lea have been visiting J 11 Robinson and family Chas Scott and family of Van Ars dale were with relatives hero last week Miss Nell McCann of Lexington has been spending a few days with Mrs Virgil Scott Mr J J Poor and wife spent last Thursday with their daughter near StanfordMisses Myrtle and Irene Ruble via ited relatives In Danville the latter part of last week The following young ladles attend log school at Lexington spent the Thanksgiving holiday with their parents Misses Waddle Ring Alice Scott and Christopher WHAT INTERESTED THE CHIEP South Sea Potentate Anxious to Hear of Famous White Men Dr Russell Cool of California hap pened to suppress an epidemic of measles while on a vacation trip to Tahiti and Chief Orcaorl gratefully In vited him to a banquet In his primitive palace Tho South Sea potentate and his white guest sat amiably on the floor and off roast pig and other native delicacies served on and oaten with the fingers After dinner host and guest adjourned to seats outside the palace lit long fat black cigars and gazed out over tho moonlit Pacific In tho eyes of Chief Oreaorl Robert Louis Stevenson who did so much to Improve tho condition of the South Sea Islanders was tho greatest white man that ever lived The chief ro dated to Dr Cool many Incidents to Il lustrate Stevensons kindliness then asked a score of questions about the health of Stevensons widow and of his stepchildren When tho last ques tion had been answered there fol lowed n long period of silence The two friends pulled slowly at their cigars and luxuriously regarded the radiant tropic moonlight glowing upon rustling palm fronds and the silvery ocean Thou Orcaorl turned to tho doe tor and demanded Now tell mo about John U Sullivan PUT CHILDREN IN SAFE PLACE Fathers ivSd Offspring from the Fury which are ervlcoablejljr In fair weather are not of much use to the pioneer of a now country All torts of vicissitude present them solves to the dweller of thq wile ro Rlon Mr Willey In Ids History P the Whlto Mountains gives an In stance of a man whoso Ingenuity with stood n cyclone The Incident took place In the early days of Jackson A terrible tornado passed over the llttio settlement It Will 10 strong hardly anything could stand before It Houses and barns were leveled trees whirled about In tho air llk stick anti men and women were caught up ami earned along tor rod One house was razed to tho ground table beds bedding and wind Tho tether of the snatching his babies front grasp of the muster thruit the JIUU folks heads through two rally of fence iqd tt Uiein Unit secured with dangling In the wind Hi thou wont to after his other prop arty The five children remained safe n their fastening and uninjured outrode tha wpo t Youths Com panion e V I 11 i Arthur MIfIUI I Time little chIldren by enemy toward lover Bertha dined broad- leaves Wit were went flying about In the tam the rudI a heir loss little rceF ra r11 r thin Isenn Nick I hero ypltoh ago for all Tornados children look I M cnnoggr vio Kucnt ut Dutin fiiuiU- aMisNun Button and Mrs JJltun wart In Lexington last week Mnp Ilng Mr 11 F Robinson who IK attend lug State College was home for Thanks plying x The II Y P U heed Its weekly mooting at the church Sunday oven Ing MIHH Quito a number of were well pleated with the splendid Thanks giving Issue of till Central Record Mr and Mrs Donmatiof Nicholas vlllo spent Thanksgiving with her mother Mrs Alex West Mr George Robinson and wife of Danville Yore tho guests of Mr 0 A Robinson and wife the terror part of lust week Mr A J Rico who has been a resi dent of Lincoln county for sometime has moved to his tarn In tile bend Mr and Mrs W Woods and daughter Miss Nancy Woods went to Parksvlllo last week and were guests at a Thanksgiving dinner given by Mr and Mrs William Floyd Mrs Lewis Philips of Fresno Cal who arrived here some time ago Is the guest this week of Mrs John Simpson Messrs N P Cobb and George Hlg glnbotlmm of Lexington over last week to vote In the primary elec flea returning home Sunday Mr C A Robinson who received tho nomination Dupty Sheriff Is being congratulated by his many friends here Mr Ei Hughes of Lancaster who had contract for working this section of the turnpike a distance of about 4 miles has Justcompletedlt The road Is much Improved and Is to be the best work done since the removal of the tollgates Miss Annie Perkins ono of our most popular young ladles and Mr Cleve land Rose were driven In a to Lexington taking a train from thence1 to Louisville where they were quietly married on Wednesday evening of last week They were accompanied by Messrs Jesse Perkins and Sam Rose brothers of the bride and groom The bridle party returned home Monday afternoon and a handsome reception was given them by the grooms parents Mr and Mrs Rose They will reside with the mother of tho bride Mrs Hello Perkins The happy couple have the best wishes of the community Subway Rosa Tho other night qulto late In Broadway subway express sat a lady accompanied by a gentleman She was a very pretty lady and exquisitely dressed Her escort woe In evening clothes In the seat facing them was a man who had evidently been Indulging In good liquor for he was In a happy mellow mood telling himself all about it The beautiful woman fascinated him and ho kept watching her and smiling pleasantly at her much to her embarrassment There was noth Ing her escort could do save to make tho best of It for no offense was Im plied nor Intended All the time the smiling man kept his hand on his coat pocket Once or twice ho started to take the object ho was guarding out but thought better of it Columbus Circle called the guard The man arose gave nn unsteady but gallant bow and handed the lady a glass of jelly Where he bad picked It up wAs hard to Imagine He went lurching out the door and the recipient of his odd gift was too amazed to do any thing but hold It in her hands and York Times Extraordinary Lightning Stroke Proto A Herschel In the Quarterly Journal of tho Royal Meteorological society for October last describes tho extraordinary effects produced by lightning In the midst of an open moor In Northumberland A hole tour or five feet In diameter was made In the flat peaty ground and from this halt a dozen furrows extended on all sides Pieces of turf wore thrown In various directions one three feet In diameter and a toot thick having 78 feet from tho hole tlon showed that in addition to tha ef fects visible on the surface small holes had been bored In tho earth radiating trail the largo excavation Women Need Fine Dross U found to haveia great effect sane and Instead of the poor creatures Into nondescript garments Bomo wlso people have glvon ih m the sort of garments that their souls teemed to crave oven to tinsel crowns A woman who does not feel that life Is not worth living when iho finds her dresses spoiled In tho making or when la not able to afford A wellfitting dross U not normal and should begin to take care of herself lest her mind tan altogether Literary Success Ornbb I hear your last novel has already appeared In Its sixth edition How did you manage to become to phenomenally popular Bcrubb Very simple I put a In the papers saying that I looking for a who la something like the heroine of ray novel Within two days tho first edition was sold out TltHlti Beware of Frequent Oolde A succession of cohti or protracted cold Is almost curtain to end In chron ic catarrh from which few persons recover live every tho attention It deserves may avoid this disagreeable disease How can you cure a cold Wily not try Cough Remedy It Is highly recommended Mrs M White Tonn Several years I was bothered with my throat and lungs Someone me Cham berltlu Cough 1 began It and It relieved meat ono Now my throat sound and Lr iU ll Mary Chc nutt luading our citizens J carrie for mot r I blushNew fallen upon the Insane as well as upon the IISt she wire a are 1or I t rrar Miss Gunrg6t early sold wbito gloved Dress personal was s us- Ing lwr + L trlet W C h W O Kenlper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick d r i VV- E Weeds Fi tits last i rNcoltIDIWo offer you fair treat mont with every nccom 1 tnodntion that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 M COY RU ARNOLD KOOUYH JBntJhROWS J B WOODS Xt WOODS nIIKnORII I I W O dart Jt Our Customers are Fully Protected and Casuality Iniurance The Garrard Bulk Trust Co IKCOBPOnATKO Lanoa iterKy Capital Stock 5O000 Stock Holders Guaranty 50000 New and Upto date Steel Vaultw SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES We invite you to call and inspect our office and building and make use of our facilities i for expeditious pleasant and safe transac tion of business The Farmers Bank BEAZtEY HASELDEN Will Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns and all your farm property Office at National Dank Lancaster Ky Phone 31 J B WALKER cordially invite you to meet Miss L A Siebpld who will give free of the celebrated r Redfern jy fora limited period beginning De II cember Seventh J B WALKER 60 RICHMOND KENTUCKY GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Nowjm Sale QUEEN CRESCENTROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast Tickets WU K jr 3W l 9 Write nits oU K C KM L Ill K Melt l ilUKi IMS II Fidelity II I c i Ii IRaam I I oct Ii JI 1 I I I II I II fittings M I Corsets Et1a VIAI tee c 4 JJ v r- r a 1 s j t eAa j J k t tl k- tr t rt I i IiLIlll lll I t y Geed pat I tag ib r a M1i Alal A Uf train 10eent piece will count PULL value A Uf from 5 cent will count HALF value TOBACCO with valuable tags Say your tag from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST MMtarWtriuHM SiNriPrM HWM MM Ivy f MHMl tUHMMty W N rMtoHt- ftMKBMr tSSJf Mf SSr TW Coupons from MANS PRIDE OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IrazN Simkl GILT EDGE tart Smtklni Ytltow Strips frtm lUSTER 4 Tap from the above brands are good for the following ami many ilatr uaefbl presents as shown by catalog Gold Cut Buttons SO Tg Fountain Pen 100 Tags English Steel R or 30 Tags Oeaticmans Watch 200 Tags French Briar Pipe SO Leather Pocketbook 80 Steel Set 200 Tag Bett Steel Shears 73 Tags Pocket Knife 40 Tap Playing Cardi 30 Tags 60yd Fishing Real 60 Tag Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog y PREMIUM DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN TO1ACCO CO St Louts Mtt 6T h a a IV i l I f T lit ew J till T Tv AND Tare PoeketbooSO Tap Tap Carving it lj t T i y4 Vied i- I t f Ji P11k ftt1 Pa1k Lady rft I PROBABLY THE REA8CV Ur and Wings were reading the evening paper Peculiar way the Japanese haTe raid Mrs Wings casually they read up Instead of down and from right to left What do you suppose they do that for Mr Wings How should I know Mrs Wings What questions you women do ask Thea there was silence until sud denly Wings threw down the paper with a remark of an electricblue color and a brimstone smell and began poking the flro viciously What Is the matter Mr Wings eagerly naked his wife Matter Oh at all a halfcolumn of thrill ing before I found that It wound up with a patent medicine ad Tertlaemcnt Again there was silence Then Mrs Wings who had been pondering something deeply said I know now why the Japanese read up Instead of downOh you do eh Well why So as to see the patent medicine aivertlsement before reading tho ar NOT POPULAR Mrs nothingnothing I onl narrative Ucl J t Club Bore I have been horribly In sulted One of the members offered me a hundred pounds to resign my membership of the club What do you advise me to do Funny a bltl Youll get a better Never Bankrupt Have you ever boon bankrupt asked the counsel I have not replied the witness Now be careful came tho admon ishment Did you ever stop pay aent Yes promptly Ah I thought wo should get at the truth observed counsel with an smile When did this of payment occur When I had paid all was tho crushing retort HalfHoliday Giving and Forgiving 11 save her a kiss very bravely and then i Becauie she seemed shocked at bli daring iHe took It all back the omen Ills act by reaction repairing Duck she of repentance could not be If j send From further compunction to him Jill kin of contrition the fully restored And for giving the first forgave Him Judge Conscientious About It Gllward asked the caller fan you carrying all the life Insurance jpu can afford No awwered the ruin at the desk I can aford more and I had to take wit more but from a iiote 1 got from ray employer this morning I have begun to suspect that Im car rylw a good deal more than I urn wortk Chlcsio Trlbtme A Joks Heres a story sad the visitor that Da Boer brought with him from Bouth Africa It seems Dont tell It Interrupted the Why not flscauH said the WU wlth crews of laughter thati carrying ajeke JUtto too farAdtVotad ManWalt offerl unpleasant lowed I like meekest save HMr I 7 WIt t I a IIr 0 1I suspension t she I L expected I I I w r i Sporting Manners Tho manners of tho sportsmen In the hills are more often than not of a mold which oven the tourist would despise to Imitate pdsslbly an mom dent knowledge ot tho arm of accounting for the violence of the vocabulary heard among sport ing parties more or less skilled Leeds Mercury RESTS ON PRODUCTS OP FARM Fruit of the Earth the Real f All Prosperity The nations prosperity really rests ion farm products So long as theso reach up to the value of former years approximately 7500000000 In 180T this must continue to be so There las probably never been a time la this generation when such splendfi crop yrospecta existed a at thu beginning of May and which have up to the middle of tho month Tbe empty cars of today will all b enlisted to move the wheat corii oats and cottoa now seeded One strong impression OB tho traveler In the TransMlsslsslppt country is the utili sation of tho waste places of past yearsThe unsightly desert of today Is the blossoming orchard of tomorrow and the irrigation ditch tho advance agent of prosperity In manifold forms Some of too results of irrigation in Texas which promises to rival Louisiana as a riceproducing state and In Colorado where land newly watered commands from 600 to 1000 an acre and that In bearing orchards from 3000 to 4000 an acre are marvelous to Western Texas cleared of mes quite and cultivated for cotton has witnessed an increase in her annual rainfall of nearly ten inches The change of climate in the new portion of the country Is a study by itself Nature adapts herself to new condi tions and helps those who help them selves Charles F Speare in Review of Review GOOD ADVICE FOR ANGRY MAN Friends Prescription a Whole Lot Than a Warrant A very sensible bit of advice ex pressed In homely language was given by a man not long ago to an and quarrelsome friend It brickyard and two of the workmen bad engaged in an angry dispute which culminated in a fierce encoun terIn the skirmish ono of the combat ants was nastily hurt on the head and the employer who happened to come on the scone of action when the fight was finishing and was a man of more temper thin discretion ad vised the injured one to get a for the others arrest While the matter was being die cussed by a number of workmen who had gathered round a big burly who had heard everything and seen the whole affair jnadp his way to the man with the damaged cranium saidYou want to get no warrant Dill You Just go to the chemists shop and get yerself two pieces ot plarster good big ones and put one piece on yer head an the other on yer mouth an youll be all rigtitl Where Swtdenbora Was Burled Emanuel Swedenborg whoso are being removed to Sweden was burled beneath tho Swedish church which adjoins the once notori ous lUtclirf highway now metamor phosed Into respectable Bt George street He lies beside another distin guished Swede Dr Bolandor the dis ciple of Linnaeus and fellow laborer In botany with Sir Joseph Ranks who sent the first lecturer oa natural science to Oxtor4 The Swedish church was the scene of the tai sumptuary law on prorou gated In England On Sunday Beptem ber 18 1748 an order wa rwd here prohibiting natives of Sweden from wearing gold or silver IMe on their clothes Although Bwedenbors formed no definite religious prgnntaaUon his adherents are still numarow and pos sass at least tour la London Foundation behold Setter fellow remain alt Wealmlntr Gazette 1 j a of w destruction general continued excisable warrant dross frt n- S Made It Pay SI Snyder mortgaged his farm to buy an automobile Jem Wlnrow Yes but this winter when the snow was too deep ter ride ho used the machine as stationary injlne sawed 234 cords o wood pressed 389 bales o hay an straw did the mllkln separatln an with the machine cut feed for the chickens an cattle and pumped th water to th house Wit he saved enough to pay off thet mortgage an leave a tidy balance o 470 In th bank Oh yo dont get th best o Wit on a bargain Puck Mysteries of Civilization You have persuaded the Indian to give up his picturesque headdress and blankets and wear hats and trousers said the sardonic person Yes in the Interests of civiliza tion And I suppose It is also in the in terest of civilization that we pay high prices for these cutoff garments of the Indian and use them for wall dee orations Washington Star Looking Before Leaping wish you would call at the office of Mr Oldricb 989 Fashion ave nue contrive to have some conversa with the venerable gentleman and so far as you are able examine into his physical condition I desire to know how long he is likely to live Physician Certainly Are you his wife but I have a chance to fce New York Weekly Giving Them Credit You know said the distinguished oriental who manifests much curl catty that the Chinese discovered the art of printing from type of years ago Yes replied the man who was Interviewed And Incidentally I dont doubt that were the original Inventors of the Interrogation point Washington Star QUITE AS BAD SeaverWit churn In LadyI t LadyNo be- Ing cal lates ion thousands She Hut they cant prove that you havent made your money honestly Ho No but it will take all Ive made to pay a lawyer to persuade them I have Beautiful Thought Why do you weep I said For tsar were In her eyes 8h looked up timidly Quite taken by surprise Then through ken ralllns tears A tender revealing She simply pointed to The onions she was peeling V Vernon In Judge The Dot Has that titled soninlaw of yours any business sense t Yes answered Mr Dustlnstaz I must say I admire his foresight and KagnrJty He absolutely refused to tako any chances on my regarding him M ta poor relation Washington Star Probably Mrs Crlmsonbeak see by the that women clean the streets ol CannesMr Wear long trains out there too do they T Royal Maga Badinage at Real Ice Skating Rink First OlaclarlaarHQW did ttake you to learn od eeoadMM About fB alttlafa toUt glue the leaf lUll I smile paver 4Ia iIuu4YQw i t Farm and Stock J K nndJ 0 ttoblnson sold their crop of tobacco about 30000 pound at IOJ Stock and crops Hold high at W n Lambs and T 1 HerrlujdNialoii lust week In N icholHN corn In aching from 1 tu 323 thn barrel In the Held or from 1360 to 1375 delivered Several law have been hauled from Carlisle tu Robertson county where It Is the season has been so dry that little was raised At Lexlnttton Charts Lute of Oar rard county bought for Simon Well cattle 1315 pounds 20 cattle 1400 pounds 78 cattle from Lincoln county at Os They averaged 1482 pounds and wero all Polled An gus They will be shipped to for the Dukes and members of the House of Lords to enjoy during the Christmas holidays The analvilHof Kentucky soils which made by tho Bureau of soils In the Department of Agriculture at Washington Is demonstrating tho wide diversity of crops which Kentuc ky can grow The analysis of soil from six counties developed twenty seven separate soil types Tho resources of Kentucky and the capabilities of Its soil are not generally known and ap predated outside tho State and hard ly by the people of our own State Muscular Pain Cured During the summer of 1003 I was troubled with muscular pains In the of foot Pedlar of Toronto Ont At times It was so I could hardly walk Pain was recommended to me BO tried It and was completely cured one small bottle since recommended It to several of my friends all of whom speak highly of IUJ For sale by F P 1m IIUYANTHYILLE Mr Jeff T Dunn and Mr Marlon Delaney of Lexington came over Saturday to the election In in auto mobile That Was Different There were 12 or 15 men sitting In a Brooklyn saloon the other evening when a stranger to all entered stood by the door and asked In a loud voice Gentlemen Is there one among you who will help a poor discouraged man to The speaker appeared to choke right there and while clearing voice It was noticed that two or three men slid out of a back door several others turned their backs and one man suddenly went to sleep Each one assumed an attltua ot demeanor calculated to discourage the stranger but he presently recovered his voice continuedWho a poor discouraged man to drink a dollars worth of I will replied every man In the place In chorus rand a grand rush was made for the beer Ruskin the Pioneer John Ruskin proposed oldage pen more than 60 years ago In his lectures at Manchester In 18S7 on The Political Economy of Art he pleaded for pensions to soldiers of the plow share as well u soldiers of the sword and three years later he developed the plea in his Unto This Last The republished under that title orig inally appeared in the Cornhlll aslne then edited by Thackeray The novelist was a friend of Ruskln and not a Umorous person but so loud was the outcry at the appearance ot such disreputable heresies IB so a magazine that Thackeray was constrained to stop Rusklna pa pars Polite Circumlocutio- nIs that man a My dear sir there no lobbyists But there must be patrlotlo people who give members of the legislature advice on public needs entirely out aide their own range of experience Sloth Henpecked- So they were divorced What was the cause lie was infatuated with gardening and Insisted on keeping chickens Judge t liatd for lh Honor Mr Woodby Is he a society man Miss Freshly I guess so I never heard of his doing anything Town Topics Seeking for tb flight Term A Massachusetts woman has eloped with a man half her sgt I thought they called that abduc tlon Cleveland Plain Dealer question Contentment Is better than riches llut Is a fellow going to be coo tented uuless he is rich Brooklyn Life VINOL IBRES CHRONIC COUINSJ COLDS AND IRONCNITIS Other X Vail I been troubled with chronic Bold and bronchitis for a long time and have tried many remedies without finding relief Through the kind of a friend I tried Vlnol anti after taking four bottles am entirely cured A H Wilde 7338th Minneapolis MinD McDonald 147 W Coagr Bt Paul MinD writes I con traded a severe cold last winter and thought I would never get rid of It I tried Vlnol as a last resort and It bas completely cured me Vlnol combines two worldfamed tonics the healing medicinal proper ties of cod liver oil and tonlo Iron de llciously palatable and agreeable to the weakest stomach For this reason Vlnol li unexcelled II a strength builder for old people delicate chll dreo weak and ruuUown persons af ter sickness and lot Cbroulo Ooufha CoiOe sad Broaobltle McHofcorta lr g Wore t jror i ill L bade reported 2 Its at being I 0 lIon are she a how Aft midi a Avenue Ii L 61cj Liverpool ii Chamberlains I upI bear assays Mat respectable lobbyist quit have suggestion p Unrraid Circuit Court Paulino Ac Plaintiffs vn David M Carter Ac Dcfcndontui vlrttid of n JmlKomont entorod In the abova uano Hi Muvrtitilicr term IU08 of circuit Uoitrl tho unUoihlKiicu UitcClul Cuimiilmiluiior will on THUitSDAY 1008 between tho hours of 10 oclock H in and 1 tioluck p III nl Uurlornvllle Unrrurd runt to tho mill best at public outcry tho property liuruln out for the year term of renting piece or parcel of will January lit 1U10 rIle renter of each separate piece or parcel of prop erly on of security payable to log Intereat at tho rate of 0 cent annum from January lot 1010 and said noto to be duo and payable on January lit 1010 and a to be on tho crops on tho land rent cd to further secure the payment of said notea for the rent Tho to bo rented consists of the following First Tho property where J D Carter now Ky Tho renter of tilts property to the privilege fence on said premlnca and tho orchard of Mrs Carter same to be paid out of tho rent money Second Tho property where black smith shop Is and house where Tim now lives and field same said Held to corn Third The property consisting of bouw aud lot where Roberta now lives In Cartorsvlllo Fourth The property where Wal ker now orchard and lot In Fifth The property whore Wil liam Holland now Cartersvllle of house garden and Held Sixth Tho property where C B Hoop now lives In Seventh Remainder of Und on north side of plko In Cartersvllle Eighth The where J T Sowders now lives of about lO acres 25 or 30 acrea to KO In corn where corn was tills year remainder In grass The renter to have of expending 15 00 for repairing fences front of place and between this place and Al to be paid out of the rent Kluth The property occupied by George Allen acres tom except orchard to In corn be about 11 acres to KO In corn tho remainder In grass Renter may ex pend 25 for fences to be out of rent Tenth The property occupied by J known as tho place about 100 acres 25 acres In corn to go In corn remainder In grass Eleventh Tho Droaddus branch farm of 21S acres occupied Thomas 0 Ilearn 70 acres to In corn re mainder In grass 25 will be allowed renter to expend In repairing fencing to be paid rent None of tho on of tho property rented U to be plowed except as specified The renter of tho blacksmith shop building Is to have tile privilege of ex pending 150 In repairing house to be out of rent but rent Is Insuffi clout be sball not receive further pay than the amount of rent This November 25 1008 QB SWINEUROAl Special Commissioner 0 C C Lewis Attorney for Plaintiffs CONTENT Dear little boy Aa you my Bouncing jouncing Bo merrily With your tyr And your race Allow Utile of envy dots Your heart know You have no with For another gold You have all the joy That your hurt can held You dont envy Your neighbor coat Or with to ride In your neighbors boat Dear tad You tonight You laugh In And your heart I light And you away On your daddy Aa happy tonight Aa youll ever ba- You envy no man golden pile Your face I lit With a brighter smile You envy no man III coach and four You love the knee Ot your daddy more Tonight my boy A the world you see You know no one Youd rather be Toura Just content To away On your daddy At the of day IJotrolt Free QUITE SAFE COll1mIMloI1ClA of IRUI II thu ImO Mnlm to reach property 1U09 to execute note t and bear per of ad- Joining MOlD lug N Allen outof an ride and little glee ride JIll ride kne close ICIL lug carter highest bidder set renting tile undersigned 1 knee afIre emil knee Pre Miss Homeleo You say a man tried to speak to you In that quiet road have to have some one with me next time I go that way I wouldnt dare go alone now Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liquid lor UK Zemo relief and permanently cures any torts ol or di ewc All Write for E W Rote Mfd Co St LouivM For tale at MoRrtuti Drug Btoro f- Ill i wuw gives instant l Uitrrard Circuit Court lletllo Christopher ol lit 1UlTi vn- Hciijiilnln Lunc ot nl Dofts Nollcu Of Hiilo IursiMiittuH Judtf niont of III liio ubovK led uciioli tho undersign ed bpuclal Coiiiiiilmloncr will on HATUUDAY DKUKMIIKK 10 1003 between 11 oclock II in mid 12 oclock noon on tile promise uud ntlhailwoi Unit liuuso of liuruln dvitcrlb ctl public outcry to Urn niulicut and describ ed rcnl estate which Is In Unrrurd County on tim wnlcrn nf UlckM bounded follownt ul It Htono In the lano and road from tho Dmivlllo niul to whlto Oak Creek thence with tIn middle and meanders of tho stud road or lane N fil 3 4 W 21 poles N 82 1 2 W 6121 poles to a atone middle of tile nt tho mouth of a narrow luno nt seven ten thIs pole from u whlto oak In the mouth of lane thence with thn N 10 3 4 W 17 poles to a stone In tho west ctlKO of road thcncn with the west side of the same 30 34 K 203 34 to two oak stumps ono almost KOIIO In tho turn of tho road coruer to Cecil thonco 8 85 1 2 K 112 34 potns to an oak stump thence K 48 poles to a stake thence 8 37 34 W Mrs Cal nllno Browns old corner at 76 poles and passing tho old Brown Corner at 101 4 all same course 207 poles to the containing 143 acres Tills Is the same tract of land that the parties In tho above action by Inheritance from their father and mother Peter and Eliza both Lane to whom it was conveyed by Joseph Tumllnson and thoUarrard County Clerks ofllco In Deed hook No 2 page TERMS The sale will bo made on a credit of six months and tho purchaser will bo required to give price with security payable to special Commissioner ln Interest at tile rate of six cent anndm from date of sale until paid J W ELMORB special M a a a a I caught sight of a burglar under my bod In the hotel tho other night Dear me What did you dot Pull him No I sent for the chambermaid and made her sweep tho room Tho poor fellow died of suffocation Royal Magazine Playing Safe Amateur holding flvo aces leans over to professional poker player and whispers Illlllo bow would you play that Professional replies My boy If I were you I think Id play under an assumed name Judge AIM Out of Sight Dolan with maicaxlno IleRorrat but thots a strange ostrich thinks bos out ar solcht shin ho puts his head In th saand Mrs Dolan How bike a man whin he puts his head In a silk hat Judge Th Millennium Theyve got a no l cannon now Hut wont be romplrt When all th DudJenHlchri rind A noUtltie way to Houtlon Pott and TAR CURES PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption toys Honey and TM not cup tops the cough but heals and strength sos the lungs and prevents serious nsuits from a cold There ls no danger ot Pneumonia Consumption or other serious mug trouble U FeUys and Tar U taken as It will the most coughs the dangerous kind settles on the lungs and may develoy Into pneumonia over night It you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Fotoys and Tar will euro you quickly sad strengthen your lungs Remember Fttoysj H n y refuse any substitute offered Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you same when you can get Fotoyt Ntucy and Tar that VMi a sa r and Is safe and certala si results Contains HO opiates nri After PhyttolatM SaM H Had Oeatuiiipttoa- K H base Pastor U E Church Grove Md write About of Ight years ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very pneumonia sad which afterwards pronounced consumptloa Through a I was Induced to try a sample ol Foloys Honey and Tar which M audit rsllel that I bought ol till regular Two or three bottles cured SB ot wba physicians called consumption sad I aever had say trouble with my throat of lungs that time Three sUM25c 50c 109 The SO cent site contains two ooebaU times as much as the small and the f109 bottle almost U limes H KM4NK INI IT C C J K Stormes I 0 Lniiil I tilt UMrlUlI tJllcult t lit River UIU urI said lane w th tile West Orlllu H 3 1 2 lu o T111I t JIm out t hand f An FOLEYSHONEY I Hen cure Tarand saves thy friend the 10181 1a- ionlhIIMlnuor4ilo ot best life eat CoughsandColds stubborn that Nay the name and the costa seat gave ae some ha have sal ilsi muck POSTEDThbumlorslttncil norcby KIVO wnrn mid to nil persons not tu trespass upon our hinds for any purpose whatever ns wo will prosecute nil offenders to fullest extent uf tile Inw Hunters nnd Fishermen especially tnko notice W B Ferguson Mm 11 0111 Cloy Mutton W J Ollllsplc- Kd Lottwooil T Worrel- W 0 Anderson mull A Bunder J V Swuoney It L hutton J I Nuvo HO llulan- HO Arnold W II Cook liiivo Duddcrar Hlclmrd llnrttornor Daniels 11 L Kclley KILL THE COUGH ANi CURB THI LUNa Dr Kings Now DSCOY fi i Ii I t- W I tire R O hallow r WITH J- WI I ajwLtJdiiejs j JC E 8 FOR rOUA1UMTUDO I n McRobcrl Drug Store t- It Me KeDenny 11011 DENTIST r 1 once jewelry store Cream Vermifuge over lIrndonl I ViIITE8 THE GOIftUUEl WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC crw i or IMITATION THE 8INUINC r l ID onlY I- TBallardSnow Liniment Ce McRobcrta Drug Store Sell Your Tobacco At The Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse and get as high prices as any auction market In the world W M Riley Company Danvillo Ky 1025 3m Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We have no agents Free Catalogue H Lexington Kentucky The Truth Every person in thii who ii suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or icalp dis ease can find relief and be cured by Zemo a clean liquid lot external use All durggisti sell ZEMO Fcr sale at Multoberu Drut Store 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS TltADC M MtD- lSION COPYRIOHTS AC riminiiinlNb tlnn ulcllrtflnaJ nlUI twit IM cMnt ttMjl lnu Uk n Co r c ln SckHliflc flitierkan Million ot icltnimo ut four U 0 IUNNUO 8 idn8WV BU Eczema is a sclentlflc preparation lot sternal uie Stops and destroys th that cause skin diseases quickly and Is permanently cured by remarkable Druggists Writs am pit For sale at Moltoberta Drug Store WANTED Partners having good quality of Butter Eggs Poultry or Game and wishing the highest city mar ket prices should name and address to The Miami Valley Order Del 1725 Vine St Cincinnati O 1rX1Alm i LftsUsl KMMiVA AsM WiMMl1 MAM j 0 NO l l i1 io J 4 T EE jt Hillenmeyer Sons i permanently rII I Anyone andlnla thtb sad f whlhe on Ialnfur I A hndnml ilhsiriI1 lr1 flroo all a1 Curable- Z E MO erml 1ldl for y ii W Rose MIl Co scud l nm tort t4 04erIkn sic unleki 0II OIUikn free se cwLnoIk WIloUl clisres lOtus wekI uyadnews1alrs i U Hi 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