You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central Record: n. Friday, December 11, 1908. Central Record. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1908 cen1908121101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central Record: n. Friday, December 11, 1908. Central Record. Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. CENTRAL RECORDIVHK UKUaiONt UNTAKNiaiUll VKMOCKACr XtHKTKKftTIl VKAIt LANCASTER KY FIUDAY DECEMBER ti liiOB t II I 1 AN aOOJ I ii 1 r r j- LrL r THEM I JO ri1uNiiiJrV7 4 w xtlrDlD Rt As Usual we are UNDERSELLING THEM ALL Our entire line of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Carpets Trunks and at Slaughtered Prices You know wo meet nil competition and wo want you to call and lot us prove our assertions by giving you some Ilcd Hot Bargains Everything reduced for the next thirty lays Get in the Habit of Visiting THE Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated Leaders in HighClass ReadyMade Garments OUll LINE OF Holiday Goods IS NOW ON DISPLAY And we cordially invite your inspection We csu supply your every want in high grade JEWELRY WATCHES SILVERWARE CUT GLASS AND NOVELTIES nt the very lowest prices We are also fully prepared and equipped to do nil kinds of Watch Clock and Jewelry repairing without delay We will appreciate your business lIt tt 3Ut 3J acntt- I Loi I u r 1 Garmouts l t 33tt i ooo7ooooooc OOC II J 7 k r eLadosadYowear i t4 r t O 1 Frisbies 00 XXXX I M XXKK CKX DRUGSTORE r I It I BACKED BY OUR I GuaranteeAnd pot whoro you can roach us Dont buy n oar riago a thousand miles away Our vehicles nro made for practical utility ns woll us beauty and comfort nnd are durable and satisfactory W J ROMANSI r ii r Local Items ChrlHlmaH gift Twin daughters woro born to the wife of Thompson who lives on the Stanford road Tae Ladles Aid Society of tho Christian Church will meet with Mrs J 0 Robinson next Saturday at the usual hour Death George Allen an Infant son of Allen Illatt of Lexington died last tiatur day and the remains were brought hero on Sunday and burled In Lancas tor cemetery The child was a great Krandson of Mrs Rebecca West this city Card Of Thanks t Wo heartily extend to I I tlmelv assistance words durlnit the last Illncfl husband and father MM John Hurt and Family New Firm II T Logan rented to Misses Scot to Potty and Irene Roman his brick storeroom North sldo Public square which ho will have remodeled and re fitted The ladles will use It for a Millinery Store and as they have many friends they will enjoy a full share of public patronage Land Sill Hughes and Swlnebroad sold for 0 A Swlnebroad farm on tho Richmond pike to Benjamin Hem fur 114000 It consists of 168 acres Is well Improved and the location is very desirableThey a splendid farm on the Lexington pike with two houses a tobacco barn and all necessary build ings that can be bought at a bargain Announcement Dr E II Pearco will deliver an at tho Methodist church In this city on next Sunday night on tbe gathering of the Council of American churches lu Philadelphia which ho attended as a delegate All congrega LIons In Lancaster are cordially to unlto In the services A Mighty Gathering Thirty three Christian denomina Lions of America gathered at Phila delphia by their official to one body of Jour hundred and fifty delegates representing 18 of membership gathered too not to fellowship each other Joining In song following song prayer following prayer until people and pea plo looked other through wet eye lashes to say Has Pentecost Come Once More This Is the first Trlenlal of the Federal Churches of Christ In America first organized Nov 1005 in New York City Probably no addresses from platform since the foundation of American have represented power of speech to kindle and fire the hearts of wen as In the recent national Kath ering R H Pearce Circuit Court Everybody Is working faithfully In this court and several cases have been disposed of some of which follow I o Drown administratrix against L N Railroad peremptory Instruction for defendant Mike Ohara against same verdict for defendant J F Holtzclaw against J S Fettu verdict for defendant Herbert Per klns against L N Railroad verdict for defendant Commonwealth against George Guinea charged with obtain InK money and goods by false pretense two cases verdict for ono year lu each case In the Penitentiary Same against Susie Grant charge receiving stolen goods 30 days In Jail same against Harriet Shanks colored honso break ing two years In penitentiary As wo go to press Henry Shrlley Is on trial for murder at Dav Istown llardln Robinson and Tom llnson for the prosecution and Williams Hamilton and Walker for the defense At this writing the Grand Jury has not adjourned but several Indictments have been returned tome of which havo been tried In the foregoing cases From Richmond Climax With tho advent of the Now Year The Climax announced to its readers friends and patrons that plane are now on toot which will make It a blyger and better paper than before UuslncMS has Increased to such an ex tout that we timid It necessary to em ploy the services of an export paper man and It Is with deep prldo we uiako known the taut tUat Mr Louis Laudrpin will eagle the first of January to associate himself with our alreadycompatentfpree Mr Landram Is a born newspaper man and until rc centllyi when he sold Ills plant he was owner and editor of tho Central Re cord of Lancaster lie Is not only a news gatherer and polished writer but a practical printer lie will assume ed itorial and reportorial duties on this paper and we that we are Indeed fortunate to secure the services of so competent and experienced a man He has hosts of friends In tilielty who will welcome him TUB Climax Is new machinery all the time and changes are all of lend to the betterment of the Climax facilities newspaper work rented the Ellis Second street with bis charm move to Richmond during UM nut few w eki a A I Marlon our hanks our friends and nel II for their soling four the Goodloe million disparage but at each I Republic Ann I t colored I I I I ever I I I to our midst made I d afternoon and c address invited representatives Jr I i paw i cal constant i at ebon l a Christmas Shopping and we hopo that everybody will bo made happy Hob Walter the devil of thin office set a galley of typo Tuesday nab ls hustler If ho Is In love Improving Mr J Mort Rothwell who was wounded near Crab Orcb ord was brought homo Sunday and I resting quietly I Mrs S A Hascldcn who gave us a local last week fur tho rental of prop erty In IJrynntRvllle phoned us Mon day to drop It party saw tho and rented property Advertising pays Strayed from Thursday Dec 3 a black Ride back cow Information leading to her W M Judson Kyr Not having tho estate of J aro hereby notified to me or my attorney J Gem From The Late Senator Carmack I speak sir for my native state for my native South It Is a land that has no sorrows a land that has broken tho ashen crust and moisten ed It with her tears a land scarred and riven by tho plowshare of war and bbl lowed With graves of htr dead but a land of legend aland of song a land of hallowed and heroic memories To that land every drop of my blood every fiber of my being every pul gallon of my heart Is consecrated forever I was born of her womb was nurtured at her breast and when my last hour shall come I pray God that I may be pillowed upon her bosom ahd rocked to sleep within her tender and encircling arm Death of Col T P HIM The following part of an excellent article In tho Interior Journal on the Col Hill lie was the same charmer In the so clal circle lie had no superior as a conversationalist Ills fund of reml nlsccncesonltvened with brlllancy and made him the chief spokesman of every gathering great or small Ho enjoyed the society of the young as well as the old and retained his to the last He was the personi ficatlon of kindness and the best Index of litscharacter Is that those who knew him best were drawn to him with hooks of steel During the whole of active practice there were students n his office many coming from a preferring his Instruction to that of of the best law schools These students today are scattered all over the country many of them having at rained eminent success In life and It can bo safely said that there Is not one of the number who does not have for him the affection of a dutiful sun to an Indulgent father Progreee In Rural Free Delivery According to the annual report Just Issued by Mr P V Fourth Assistant Postmaster General charge of time free rural delivery monotony of life In 3000000 farmers Is broken dally by the passing of the rural carrier Thirtynine thousand one hundred and fortythree drivers whose salary averages 1867 leave dally In the Iron hexes in front of the farmers homes their mall The establishment of new routes during the past year has made possi ble tho discontinuing of 1058 country postonlces According to the report Lho introduction of the rural system stimulated an Interest In country road Improvement as there has been expended In this direction since the establishment of rural routes tho sum of 170000000 If Congress takes favorable action upon tho recommendations of this re port tho farmers will enjoy a special postal rate for packages weighing not over eleven pounds the special rate to be In effect only between the dlstrlb utlng olllco and tho patrons on any route from that otllco Since tbe es tablishment of the first rural route there has been a demand for a special rate on packages and for a time the carriers wero allowed to handle pack ages and make their own charges but this has not proven satisfactory There Is now a general demand for this service sot only on the part of the farmers themselves but on the part of merchants boated at distributing points Mr McGraw states In his re port that there would be no addition al expanse to the V st oftlce In the operation of tills special rate on time other hand t greatly Increase postal receipt He thinks that It neat uniform of value to tho the city would also Increase tho Influence and dignity of the rural carrier lie asks for an appropriation fur the rural tem next year of In Maryland the afoot day a worn an the establishment of a rural route In her section because Ion of country life Tho rural now serving about eighteen millions of Americans who live In the country and It Is quite likely has duos wore improve conditions In time trlots to bring time with modern thin the eiUuloo ottnefrw L a I last hand accidentally paper str n b wn de- horned town d or tees y Dyoli se e All those cl hn all lion file the with E I hlnsoD properly proved L In Assignee 21136 deaU humor his distance McGraw InC homes Department wisps Ii clmlr In would the ule and 0111 over one the Maryland woman the In the to- N e s IS to aria ea my lac et IL Putts it buoyancy has Wou fa- it I6 tau than d0 orbY countryt s Subscribe for Tun RKCOUII Tho city Council has appointed Than Austin Judge K W Harris and W U Mason ns City Supervisors The Lancaster Hop Club hap Issued Invitations for a dunce to be gluon at Armory Hall Tuesday evening tho 22nd Smlttlos Harp Orchestra will furnish tho music Teachers Money Time teachers of tho county can get I checks for Novemberand December by calling at tho County Supcrlntcn I dents ofllcc this city on next December Sit Marriage Mr Robert Shearer and Mrs Mary Long wore united In marriage at tho residence of Eld F M Tinder he officiating on Sunday at 030 a in Mr Shearer Is a prominent farmer and good citizen Mrs Shearer was the widow of Robert Lung a daughter of A B Brown Jr and an excellent lady Exchange The Ladles of tu 0 B M will havo exchanges at tho Pout otllco I on Danvlllo street t ho dotes Wednesday Nov 5 Saturday De cemocr 12 The sa o nr good things will begin early on lie dates mention cd Time ladles wll cater to tho needs of the house wives and will gladly take order to bo tilled oj 6t A Card The exchange given by tho ladles of r the Biptlst Church on last Saturday afternoon over Mr Josephs store I was quite a success Everything sold jl at a good price It Is our aim to have for sale Just those things which aro useful to every housekeeper and L we trust that wo can have tbe same L cooperation In tho future which we have had In the past We now take this opportunity to thank the public I for Its kindness and consideration In our past work A Member Chrletmae Sending gifts to gladden the hearts of friends and relatives is highly com mendable but certain things should be observed In selecting them We give the following from Everybodys Magazine A gift Is supposed to represent your wealth of affection not your bank balanceYou will give moro pleasure with a thoughtful gift than with an expen slue one Getting a big show far the money may do for some wedding but never for any Christmas If the panic or any other upset has made Impossible for you to give as usual writs letters Instead Your friends will like you all tho better sure Dont leave letters and cards till the last moment Write them at your convenience and hold them till tins proper time Mall everything to reach your friends before Christmas and mark the packages Open Christmas Late guests and late Christmas packages are of a class of Cempbolltvlllee Most Lovable Ladles Died at Her Home Here Last Night At 130 oclock last night Wednes day December 2 1003 Mrs Mary Lois Williams died at her home In this city after an Illness of about two months She was a victim of Brlghta descaso and gradually grow worse until about noon yesterday when she suffered a stroke of paralysis which effected tier entire left side resulting lu death a few hours later Deceased was the widow of tho late DeRoy Williams who died In this city about four years ago She was the daughter of the late Dr Thomas Ir vine and was born In Adair county on March 4 1851 In early childhood she removed with her parents to Lebanon where she resided a number of years and It was there on Nov 10 1800 she was married to Mr Williams To this union was born three children all of whom survive as follows Mr W I Williams of Lancaster and Mrs Sam Scott and Mrs James O Pruott of this city About thirtylive years ago they removed to this city where they have since resided Mrs a devoted member of the Christian church and It was duo to her Individ ual effort that tits present church ed Itjco of that denomatlon In this city was erected Sne started a subscrlp LIon paper with a donation of 176 and with that began the solicitation of funds and succeeded in raising hereto tho other members of tho con areuatlon reallted they would be ably to build a church She possessed a One Intellect and many beautiful traits of character which won for her tits love and admiration and frlehdahlp of all with whom she came In contact The funeral services will bo conduct ed by her pastor Rev Wm Stanley at tho residence at 10 oclock tomor row morning after which time Inter ment will bo In Ilrookslde cemetery Taylor County Inquirer Final Notice To Taxpayers 1 The time has arrived for me to make 1008 revenue The penalty having been added to all unpaid taxes Decent ber Ut I will be compelled to advertise ind by paying sumo at once you will cost 0 A Arnold Bar Q rrMdX U43U IJj Saturday Ii Ii V always c Wiliams was GOO a as sUiIQ for further 0toll inR t Anal settlement rho- ne save It c Christmas AND Gifts AT HASELDEN BROS d Holiday i I lrlr I J NINMNMM ea t 1 p 1j If you were in the Position N Same f as we are you could see this was absolutely the best time to buy coal as we have looked over the whole field and know what we are talking about Hot air will take a bal loon up but it will not keep it there Try our coal for our claims Ballards Ballards Obelisk Flour SALT and FIELD SEEDS BANKS HUDSON This Week Our HOLIDAY will be opened and we cordially in vite you to inspect it We shall take great pleasure in showing you through Morrow McRoberp JEWELERS 50 LOADS OF I KINDLING WOOD per Load Delivered Phono us your ordowbpforo supply is exhausted Lancaster Lumber Manifactirtofc Co Phones 74 and 104 Lancaster Ky r yourselfprove II f 1 u X 0D 100 g t I N NN Ntt wNN N i LINEr t N N N NNNN N N N N1 w i I riiit The Big Sale Gaining in Force and Favor With the Public Thats what the people say that have made the rounds Any attempt to compete with us only shows up in bolder relief the great values we are offering at this sale i The Season is Lath We Need Money and Goods Must be Converted into 6ash lto t t I t w 2 I J I 1 1 4 WFRAIITHVEVAITIIUF I I- p ii 000worth of highgrade CLOTHING SHOES Hats Caps and Furnishing Goods for Men Women and Children to go at less than cost I I wa Yw k r f r r An Enormous stock of FINE SHOES at the Mercy of the I The Greatest Shoe Values on Earth I Wo must and will turn tom into Money g Mens heavy double sole in lace and Congress Shoes every pair guaranteed for good wear Many of this loty were 800 none were less 200they last 128 Mens shoes for business wear thatJ mean service and comfort styles in all the new i shapes for fall and winter and 850 i I while- t t et Public- S t i I or t b Of course you want to save money so wait and bring this bill to our store and make your I i Holiday Selections j LOGINLancasters Recognized Leader in ClothingFurnishing GoodsEtc i I I iH T v vv vv vv v I WE Must Hove Room- WE Must Have Cash and to do this we are com pelled to dispose of this im mense stock as quickly as possible s r 1 i rs Backward Season and Need of Ready Cash Force us to This SacrificeEver- ybody 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 and Furnishing Goods busi ness However you must bear in mind that this is also the time of the year when wideawake merchants must bo well sold out in order to pay their bills in tho cities and arrange for his Spring and Sunnier goods Thus you see how imperative it is that wo meet the conditions and the only way to do this is by selling the stock now on hand at cost nnd oven loss than cost to bo prepared to handle our next sea sons goods Wo have 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 every promise made in our advertisements We must have Money The goods must go regardless of what they cost us so como to our store on December 4th and you can be fitted from head to foot with tho very best MorclwndUo money and experience could secure and that too at just what the manufacturer charged us for it If boon I J I 1 South Side of Public Square Next to National Bank 111 I LANCASTER EK r E 0 cAt II KENTUCKY South Side of Public Square Next to National Bank I J We employed a largo force of additional clerks and all will be waited upon promptly We advise that you come early as the prices wo quote and the fact that the people know wo never sell shoddy or trashy sluff will quickly reduce the stock break the sizes in many lines As we crowded for time wo must rush this sale and it will only continue until December 26 Remember wo have no fako or job lot stuff shipped to us to be worked off on the public but place our regular genuine stock upon too market If anyone is not perfectly satisfied with tho quality of goods bought of us we are only too glad to refund the purchase price t If you are a 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 of the brands of the goods and you will be convinced of the economy in securing these bargains and i a a OL i are i I + 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 Mens clothes 398 all to match This suit is worth 1000 or your money refunded any time during this sale A big lot of Mens suits in all colors worth 13 Do go in this sale at 498 liens splendid suits in cheviots and scotch plaids worsted and all styles 585 These suits are worth i5oo or your money back Silk and SUn lined Dress Suits in all the new shades worth 1150 go in this sale at 748 At 898 we will sell you a suit or overcoat worth 1750 to 2280 front 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 qnd styles 998 1298 and 1485 these the product of the worlds looms and worlds most skilled They equal any tailor garments in the world or we will cheer r TTTTTTTTTTTT rT II I I I I tAt represent 1 tlHu 11 c P a madeto order H 4 t4 fully refund your nioneyi2gS and 1486 Mens fine dress pants 98c Mens fine trousers in worsted cheviots and cassimeres worth 400 at 239 Mens trousers worth 8500 at 298 MENS WINTER OVERCOATS Richest In Style Highest In Quality Mens nice good durable overccats in all colors 598 Mens rain coats in all colors positively worth 2000 at 998 NENS FURNISHINGS 500 Mens Negligee shirts worth 100 at 42C 60 dozen Mens shirts stiff and soft bosom white and fancy patterns worth 100 and 125 go at 20c Negligee shirts worth 125 our price 790 Negligee shirts worth liOo and 200 go at 83 Mens handkerchiefs at 3C Mens suspenders worth 25c price 90 Best work shirts on earth at l2c Mens socks all colors 5C Mens socks all wool 190 500 pair overalls worth 7Cc go at he 50 dozen ties go at 19C lrT Tttlllllltlllt91Itlllll I1Itllltlttltllill 689Mens goin t tIII i a+ ++++ + + + + + go at 149 Mens fine dress shoes in Box Calf and Viol Kid best workmanship and finish worth 400 go at 198 Shoes worth 100 and 200 sale price 49o and 98o Misses shoes worth 225 sale price 69c to 117 Infants Shoes worth 6 Oo to 75o go at 29p Mens shoes at 129 149 198 Mens high top black and tan shoos worth from 450 to 850 go in this sale from 198 to 498 Honest Mike boots worth500 go at 869 Honest Mike shoos 860 salo L shoes famous the worldand Florshoim shoes the highest 500and 600 grade sale price 425 t t l t r t I trice Walk Over t DEPARTMENT Mens and boyssfinc dress hats the latest styles worth isG and 150 go in this sale at 39C Co dozen fine hats all shapes and styles worth 200 go at U8c The famous Swnnn hats from 260 to 400 go at 198 and 239 We are sole agents tot the world famous Jim B Stetson hats worth Goo go during this sale at 398 Best Brand Slickers worth from 200 to 300 price 150 and 235 Mens Corduory pants worth 200 sale price 125 Extra heavy Texas Corduroy pants worth 300 to 400 at 19 and 285 GLOVES and MITTENS Miens leather Gloves and Mittens worth 5oc at igc Mens Heavy buck palm gloves worth 75c at 42C Mens lull calf skin gloves worth 100 at 83c Mens buck gloves worth 100 and 125 at 830 Mens full dress gloves worth 100 and 125 at 830 UNDERWEAR Wrights Health Underwear worth iCo at 83c Coopers famous underwear worth i5o at 89c The famous Royal Silk plush worth at 123 1IIIIt IIIIIIIItIIIClttlt tll I f t f 8200 lOL OLOL II w- HAT mews la f 9 underwear LADIES SHOES g 500 pair of the very finest of tho fall season and button all weights ofshoes french kid jf and Russian calf worth 250 to 400 sale I price 98o to 108 Ladies fine vioi kid shoes button f and lace worth 850 price 140 800 pair ladies shoes M in odds and ends worth up to 800 go at 860 to 60o The famous Draw Solby shoes for ladies ultra fashiona jf p ble leathers and lasts worth 800 to 500 go in this i sale at 189 and 825 j T TTTTTTT T 1 lOver t l t h 1I t r 1 Sale Opened Friday December 4th 1908 and Closes December 25th Wp guarantee perfect satisfaction in every particular in ovory artigjo wo and will esteem it as iv personal favor if will bring back any article whit is not exactly as represented Remember wHuvo no trash or old stock It is all now and uptodate and is well worth twico tho price wo ask We urge upon you the importance of securing those bargains No goods will bo charged during this solo THE LEADING CLOTHIER FURNISHER OUTFITTER and SHOE DEALER tsell you 0 I I T LOGAN ancaster KY t i I a 1 i- l JL1 c n 1 A I- g I lutvo u largo nsaorlinont of bountiful j 1 fiandPaintsd Ohina 1 ODD PIECES ETC I have time largest line of andies and MYii 33J I have ever had for Christmas Prices toy Call nod sec inc 3 H M BALLOUi 1 Vulcan Plows and Points I 1 STUDEBAKER WAGONS 1- s fj9J Si The Best and Lightest Running Wagon Made Treat yourself nice sctof Dug gy Harness for nn Xmas Gift Buy your Wifo a Majestic Range for an Xmas Gift A Bread Maker A Turkey Roaster or a nice Carving Set makes a good Xmas Gift All cheap at 1 J E Mount Co h fI cT rJ o llJx X CIX X X Xf1 rCljJ Y k CHRI TMAS PRESENTS t i fli0X0Jt I0X t 1rJ xnfidxQ l fiWg iiI riillrii r 1 II ton p A EEAZLEr d rt nZ4 co CY ky r- yn t i 1 p p K f fQdoet oaoio Q I m 131 fB a l laJ x111 T UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity ou Denrnle IIlreel Cmbaimiog- Oaloe I IFULL LINE OF BURIAL NODES ALWAYS IN STOCK J J WALKBII President I J S JOHNSON Vice Preat r iORGANIZED 1883 Tbe CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANOASTJiK KY CAPITAL SURPLUS 5 B F HUDSON Cashier WO RIQNKY AnstCashr O D WALKKII Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson li F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex a I MM J I iJ Bouk keeper tsar W1 CURET I 3 UUKNS NIUIRALOIA ANn ALL PAINS CUTS SPRAINS STIPP JOINTS COMltACTnO MUSCLES IUSED SNOW 10 YHARS Soltlo Illolimoiul Mo wrltos Thin In to thut I hnvo used your dhow Llnlinoiit for ton oto ovory anon Ib has ronUorvu linmudlato rollof Avtld nil Substitutes Three Sizes 25c SOc 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 000502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by R E McROBERTS LINIMENT t eo certify years t Butt t N w Music A Ylrilnln newspaper his J puts an or birth undor the heAIio- IIItI IQ 1 foCJ r aru r poancementh l IYlbN11 VFr01AMM tW Even ourGrandfcdlhens1 knew what SNOW LINIMENTwill A CONVINCING PROOP of tho worth of n jnodlolno ia tho cnrca It can Evorv mod Ilallardfl Snow Liniment knows that it 1 lt t I 1 r 1 Root eorno Will Fall An excavation In the street play not bo a tomptiitlgn lopit person will till Jw Into It One lonl lla t burry I4j+ GMtf TllAL ItECOltlHfi- UKII VMHKI Y II MA F S HUOHEa EdrPUbr Member Ky Pre Association And Eighth District Pubilihun League Lanonitar Ky December 11 1008 For Political Announcement Fur IHcliictiinil City Oillcoi ftoo For County Oillcen 1UOO Fir Hlnto nnd District OlllccH 1000 For UitlU per lino 10 Fur Curds per line 10 Fur nil publicans In the Interest uflndlvldtuh or ckprcsulon of Individual views par lino 10 Obituaries per 05 l A L L Alt Kt bee nat to JIll II np N Sr r1 lI ttrNIHItiI5N t IIipA49r Ad rdseu NAI rotter nu 1 Democratic Ticket For State Senator It L Hubble For Representative 11 Burton For Circuit Clerk W I Mason For County Judge A I Ford For County Attorney J B Robinson For County Clerk J W Hnmllton For Sheriff Coo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen For Jailor Jack Adams For Anscssor W S Carrier For MnKltttrale District No 2 J II Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Uourcc For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13tb Judicial District I am a candidate fur the Democratic nomination IrcullJ uUtie of this district for u primary electionM 0 SAUFLKY Wo are authorized to announce lIon Chas A llardin of HarrodsburK as a candidate for nomlnatlon time ofllco or Commonwealth Attorney for tine lath Judicial District to the action of the Democratic party In the Twenty sixth Judicial Dis trict MJ Moss was un easy winner In the Republican primary In the con test for the nomination for Circuit Judge Ho Is a brother of W D Moss this city The popular vote over Bryan this year way 1100000 while Roosevelt defeated Parker in 1904 over anti the hundred thousand This U n democratic train of 1400000 votes The people will finally right The last session of time Sixtieth I Congress convened Monday with be coming dignity Look out for appro prlatlons especially for taking the census next year which will be onor moin We are hopeful that tariff re ductlon will bo favorably considered Time President puts the New York Run and the Indianapolis sews In the Ananias Club and one of those papers answers In terms not at all complU mcntary It seems to be very bad taste for thePrcsldcnt to enter Into personal controversies nq dilTerence who Is right The Eighth District Publishers League of which The Record Is a member adopted the rates at the head of this column Reference Is made to this because time rates were charged In a bill for a political call running six times and It was not thoroughly understqod Gov S Blackburn of the Ca nut Hone who Is sojourning In Wash Ington a few days luforo his return to Kentucky announced to his friends that ho Is ready to resign his position should Presidentelect Tuft so deal ro Guy Blackburn says that work on the cantl In Panama Is progressing along Utica that aro satisfactory Capt Louis Lit ml ruin whoso ably edited The Rucord for fourteen years and was President of time Kentucky Press Association has accepted a po ttltlon on time Richmond Climax and will move to that city He bus u host of warm friends hero and will make many In Richmond Wo congratulate time Climax and the citizens of that city on securing his services as ho Is familiar with every detail of The Democrats of time House are planning to demand An Investigation of the purchase of the Panama canal property 11111 In conformity with this programme Ileprescntutlvo Hulnoy of Illinois yesterday Introduced rcsolu ton directing the Speaker to appoint a committee of live to ascertain how much of tho 10000000 which appears lit record to have boost paid to the French company was really paid to company In notliru tho death of Col T P Hill at Stanford thu writer who lies known him for fifty years often edl lied by his advlceund moved by his eloquence joins the wlmlu country In expressing the deepest regret and sor row lie was truly u great man A tjiorquuh lilslormn an eminent lawyer lie Will yot live u W No 11I1l1l11s for lore for get J O T QrQ f two millions journal- Ism hut and a d hill fnumory if limny far linyolitl lite nwifliu bf his imllvoLiiiint llelng it limittir of liiiigungc uloqiiuliCi will roll on fur Roiieriilltms for It of n typo tlmt yonM cannot Impnlr or The Presidents message to CoiigrunH Is rcplolo with lire policies and his earmarks are no distinct that the au thor would have been known without the ftlgrmturc Ho shows time nations financial condition to be excellent mind that tho cunency nvstem Is Im perfect seeks morn publicity In cur puratinnxj ndmlU folly of Shcrinnii nnlllrust law urges that salaries of all Judges bo doubled anti recom mends laws for bettor educational fa duties and tho conservation of pub llo health Ho says that tho National Government alone should deal with corporations and In that and other things manifests his usual tendency toward centralization Tho timid winter meeting of tho Ken lucky press Association will bo hold at the Seelbach Thatch Louisville on De comber 20 The following subjects will be dlsciipscd by tho distinguished journalists whoso names aro given Tho Public Press and the Public Schools II A Sommcrs A Message fruin tho Mountains Charles W Mctcalfe Good Roads Desha llrcck Inrldge The Pay Miss Louise A Habbage what tho Public Expects of the Press John D Carroll of the Kcntflcky Court of Appeals Some Things an Editor Ought to Do and Sumo Timings He Ought Not to A Jonas Tho Home Paper and the Homo Town James Richardson Advertising as an Essential to Suc coca John a Lewis Louisville Re lation of the Press to the Farmer M W Noah President Needham will preside Program substitutes Ed ward O Leigh Thomas 0 Underwood Gov Wilson commuted the sentence of Robert Hocker tho negro who was to have been hanged at Lexington In stating his reasons for commuting the sentence of Rocker to life term In the penitentiary Goy Wilson said In a long opinion that he did not think that Hocker had prcmcdltatedlv com mitted time crime and that the story of tho killing was probably not told In Its entirety to time jury Time commu tation of pocket created some at Lexington although there was little of the mob spirit expressed The Governor seems to like halrspltt ting and hypothetical propositions Wo might assume that the whole sto ry Is never told and thereby grant clemency Tho truth Is tho pardon Ing power Is a dangerous thing In the hands of any one muse It should be vested In a commission consisting of men who aro Independent politically and who will give bond never to ac cept any ofllco Medicine That Is Medicine I have sutTered a good deal with malaria and stomach complaints but I have now found a that me well and that remedy Is Electric BItters a medicine that Is medicine for stomach and liver troubles and for run down conditions W O Kicstler of Ark Electric Hitters purify and enrich tho blood tone up tho nerves and Impart vigor and energy to tho weak Your money will be refunded If It falls to help you COo at It E McRobcrtsdrug store 1m MARKSIlUJtr Mrs Ed Sutton Is down with rheu matism Mr Millard Ledford has moved to Paint Lick Mrs Margaret Sutton was quite sick tlrst part of the week Miss Bessie Jlolton of Burgln Is Miss Mao Robinson The regular business meeting of the church will be held at U oclock on next Saturday Tho pastor will bo glad to see a large attendance on this meetingHog Is practically over with the housewife Is sitting back In the chair of contentment knowing the larder Is filled to overllowlng and the hardest work of the season Is over Hev Henry Shous returned from Salem Friday where ho has boon con ducting u revival service for the past 10 days MrShouso wont to Freedom church Saturday to meet his regular appointment at that place Tom Chesnutt sold his crop of between nine and ten thousand pounds to Alva King of Nicholas ville ut Iftcts Tom Kuhlmun sold a stimuli crop at Itlo und u premium Tho tatter three sold to sumo parties ut LancasterA man feeling the effects of the Juice of the fruit was on exhi bition on time lower end of tho road one morning last week Ho was running Irma horse under lash np and down tho plko with reins lying on tho dashboard In consequence time saw mill shut down work for time time being and time doors of the dwellings mid the store house wore closed else young man In question yus of another county but we are sorry to note time vile stud which caused time good fooling was sold to time boy train our county under heavy penalty of time law Marked For Death Three years ego I was marked fur death A coughs was teem covorvi 0 Williams of use Ky The Ural hnlpod me smith Improvement on until lied In weight and my health was restored Thw toed Id tie the worlds healing record for and lung and throat diseases It prevents nia Sold under guarantee at IV E McHoUrw drug iwe 60o and 1100 Trial bottle 1m 1 ji 1 j n 1 Ids time dOIlLry excitement 4 tobacco lug lungs to pieces flAiled tu help and bud tied when my Ur I Now says A IUSO 110 r w was Do- E visiting Ductors mime got Dls hulls r y p Business items Iujm Toys Miix deii Uro For Oriel bleat How 9 V big pond Ill lot of Xmas goods nt imoldcn Old newspapers 20 for C cents nt tills Fern dishes and J rdlnlJr f lies alder llros A wood irnngo nt 200 dos Ward 1 Ward leads slid others follow dirfng the holidays I Car of Cotton Seed Meal Just r cd Uankfl Hudson Say Hill Seen Santa lies to Wards store 12H2t I Number CO gets tho SllVcr Set tiring III time number 0 I wagons sleighs and velocipedes llros fCar of Cotton Seed Meal just receiv ed Hanks Hudson Guns of nil kinds and loaded Haselden liros Y CO l ll2t buy your cutting harrhw un til you get my price J ju1 I See our lap robes and horso bl llascldcn I Wo bought early We Ileticn we can sell cheap J 1211 2t I I Order a Christmas box of Honakcrs cut lowers from Wnro Mullobcfts Store room for rent on public One of time best In town I Apply to W T West 11 at Haselden liros Have you seen Miss Sallle China at Curry it Davidsons We have presents sultabl all father mother brother Bluer and sweetheart W II Ward Make Mama brlngwoirto see Santa time window Honakcrs cut tfowUrs on day Dec 12th special It Ware A be bought for a reasonable our store W 11 Ward Our Xmas goods are oppn and are Invited to look I them over whether you buy or not I 1211 2t Ward The consistent purchaser of gifts will got some of Miss Elklns Hand Five Per Cent Loan Money to loan on aunts of 4100000 and over apply to Q H I am overstocked wagon harness For thirty drijs 1 will give you the greatest you ever had W 0 11 No more appropriate or can be than Miss painted China at Currey l David sons Will take orders for aflyklndLorMag names Also Homo Journal and Companion ll253t Mrs Brown Always order Honakers for funerals weddings and all social purposes Ware MuUobeuR Phone 55 121121 Call on J B Collier at J U lobfn Insons store ho can have your pictures enlarged In any kind you Guaranteed See our Chafing and BaklnfxtHshes I Haselden Bros Boys wo have some of ts for young ladies in wo dont wont to got rich oil y 12112t My lot adjoining the urounds Is fur rent for time year 1001 For oartlculars can see mo on the place Mrs Susan Flslj r tf Dwolllno For Rnt My dwelling on Crab 1st can see me at my home Mrs Hamilton 10 30tf I My rcsldenconoxt tiScIipot former Mrs Susan S Fisher tf Election Notice An election will bo Ield nt hu Cit Irons National Hank 12th tlw se leotlng live the en Kiilnir vonr It P llnilsnil HHSlllor Election Notice There will bo un election on I Tuesday Jan 12 100U Nat purpose of electing sluollrcctors to servo fur tho ensuing TI 1211 td S C Denny Cushier Fruit Tree Trees novelties ling on mo at Mason lintel Thanking my friends for past fa vole Very Uespt 112041 11 Armstrong Qreat Bargain Vat the next 30 duys vt sell tlio entire stock of Uenerul of Jno H on Paint Lick This cot Isis Dry Goods Nullons Shots Clubbing Groceries J uiw trust bo sold regardless of cost one dei this stuck u H whole can K t n bargain by seeing UKIklo In llnnkruploy Lancaster Ky Deo a I LJ fit YAt Y2 D Powell designs on short font W bO Ward 2t uare slness Big bargains In and Ijhness F I tis 12 2t fir lwU2t Claus at lie Is there In 12112t Satur s M oberts r rot12112t no W tIt PaInted ChIna at Curroyl vld sons 12 2t I t 1n For artlculars twlnebruad Attorney y J Ro ans tt and 1121 or lllo gladden sire 7t cest tow Id Word 0 I pike an J I Ro occupiedby 0 January 1009 for ot serve Ueo tiLl leos 1 1211td tTlu ut Latcaste KY for the mr I am orders to tho 1 oxvlJlo Nursery Co fur April and I 1ol1ln Fruit c I Iro stack Bouts IY lUll IIICe- H Trusto I r Comm at 2t ely tf tit I Toy 1t20 tf hells Funeral nico1 i rI ono u totsP I much s A buggies 1Varde store mdtl real es with bu bars dui ble Elkins tP c ewers me WI dwelling and I Fa For F Tu say directors moil lab I er Strawberries b ii1 B L Wood Irctt W C FUb VIet Priii W 0 Kintpir CIr PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCUUIOHATKD I t I iiy r Wo offer you fair treat mont with ovory that is qonsiatQiit with consorvativoBanking accommodation I OAVITAli 1600000 900000 It COY HOOOYM JBBORnOWfl I D WOODS X WOODS W O F18H E L ARNOLD L SURIIUS ttuaoroset it Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance The Garrard Bank Trust Co IHCOnrOIUTED Lanca ter Ky Capital Stock 50000 Stock Holders Guaranty 50000 New and Uptodate Steel DEPOSIT BOXES vVc invite you to call and inspect our and building and wake use of our facilities for expeditious pleasant and safe of business The Farmers Bank BEAZLEY HASELDEN Will Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns and all your farm property Office at National Bank Lancaster Ky Phone 31 J B WALKER CO you to meet Miss L A Siebold who will give free fittings of the celebrated Redfern Corsetsf- or a limited period beginning Seventh J B WALKER 60 RICHMOND KENTUCKY IN MY LINE Dressers 8 to 3 Beds to 30 00 Mattress a to 15 00 Washstands 4 to jo Bed 3priag 2 50 o 5 Chairs per set Diners 4 to 30 Rockery Iso to u Tables Dining 6 to 35 Center to o Dig line of Carpets and Rugs Come Iud them J C ROB II I I1i1 I III j I I cordiallyinvite I I I I I I I IM M JMBARGAINS i 00 00 I i i r O J t M Vault- S WE office transaction rt r i i l K I r December I lir w I jT k time a tfi111t I1 1e11 1 11 i 1 This week we will be nblu you our lino of CHRISTMAS GOODS T Do not full to do us tho favor of seeing our Display It will be mutually pleasant and I profitable t I to I I i r rwrr r w- tllA 111v e4t whlt2r 7aJ 147 A4Ny allow1 h i MGRoberts Drug 5tore THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY Preitdeat J B STORMES Vice Prtit 3 C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Ca R T Embry Bookkeeper DitiEcxons Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John E Stormes 8 0 Denny GillJ L t SafetjDepslt Boies Rent We Solicit Your Dsinessl A- We are showing special bargains in Mens and Boys CLOTHING Ladies and Childrens Try us and we will make you a speciol price on these goods We will sell them for less than manufacturers cost R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky 0 i 01 c aIE s I i NNNNNN NNNNNNNNN NI r J tNN NN N N N NNNNNNN Farm and Stock t At the sale of Fercberon and Shire mares held at Wllllamsvllle III last week fortyfive head were sold D90 an average of 1429 James Clark bought 100 acres ot un improved land three miles from town bn the Sugar Creek pike of Hudson and Kavanaugb at 100 per acre The land Is very fertile At the recent sale of Durocs of S B Murphy Savannah Mo heventytbree bead averaged over 40 and fitly head brought an averaged of 5161 Savan nah Belle brought the top price W25 while the nine of her litter catalogued broughtlOOS- t At a recent sale of Shorthorns lied by S P Emmons Mexico Mo thirty nine head brought 4600 averaging 1116 The highest priced bull Laven ders Diamond brought 525 and Fern wood Sybil sold at 1300 the top price of the females Farmers Homo In this great wheat belt lt Is often the practice to burn straw In other sections straw Is largely wasted Straw has both a considerable feeding and a fertilizing value In order to deter mine its fertilizing value experiments nave been made py the Maryland Station Fresh was broadcasted at a rate of two tons per acre In the early fall and plowed down the following aping and the tol lowing results were obtained The untreated land produced 34 bus hels of corn per acre and 10 bushels ot wheat The straw land producted 68 and 10 bushels respectively and tho seine land manured produced 80 of corn and 22 bushels wheat Tho results show that while straw Is not as valuable a fertilizer as manure it will produce a considerable Increase in yield and should be used fresh where available rather than allowed to KO to waste Indiana Farmer The farmer with dairy cows who has a supply of clover or alfalfa has a sure thlnglu the dairy part of his Industry if he will use the feed right and take good care of his cows this winter A dally ration of ten pounds of alfalfa and the same amount of clover hay and about 90 pounds of silage along with grain feed as cobandcorn meal lie with own farm mill about Un pounds dally lu three feeds dayThe offering of new Burley aggre gated 310 hogsheads The quality was there wu a marked of color or bright grades and tfce OMUttyi wu Low grades t I Journal i Experiment bushel such wake pie 1 fair t for 18 1 4 wheat straw t 1 4 I C can r i a i e r r fnNe w i1 drew the most active competitions and going prices were the highest In years nothing no matter how common was knocked down for less tban 14 per 100 pounds Medium and good red leaf met with a very strong demand and while such grades sold at high prices they were not proportionately as high as tbe low grades the margin between tbe high and tbe low grades being small Tbe average brought by the 310 hogsheads was 810 10 This compares with an average of 11170 on 62 hogsheads In the corresponding week of last year and 04 hogsheads at an average 731 in 1006 showing pres ent prizes tobe more tban double those of 1000 Courier Journal Thl I Worth Reading Leo F Zellnskl of 68 Gibson St Buffalo M Y says I cured tbe most annoying cold sore I ever had with Uucklens Arnica Salve I ap plied this save once a day for two days when every trace of the sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts 25c UNION Sam Hall and some tat hogs at 5c Mrs John Newland Is very sick of pneumoniaW has completed another room to his store Mr F Parks of Preachersvlllc vis ited relatives here Sunday George Deazley delivered one of his tobacco crop at Lancaster for lOic Mr R F Parson and family were guests ot Wm Parson at Stony Point SundayMessrs A L R E L Lane of Gate City Va were hero on business last week Frank Gafney of Crab Orchard moved Into the house he bought from Wm Lawson In the spring Tho members of Fairview met Sun day and Rev W 0 McCallum of Lexington was by a unanimous vote chosen pastor for next year Rev McCallum accompanied by his mother came to Lexington from Australia years ago to study minis try He Is now one of the best ministers In the county A Dangerous Operation U the removal of the appendix by a surgeon No one who takes New Life Pills ls ever subjected to this frightful ordeal so feel them cure constipation headache bilious new ana 23o at R E Mc Roberta drug store 1m Jim Ross sold Steele and for the learned remarkably drugstore U halt several stir Gossip About People e e e A Brlf Mention of Coming and Dolngi Lylhou Wi Art Inimiitd In Judge It A Uurnsldo vaunt homo Sunday Senator 0 T Farrls Is at homo for the Holidays Mrs J W Ilamllton spent a few days In Louisville Miss Anncll Tomlinson Is visiting relatives In Lexington Mr John Grcentcaf of Richmond was a visitor hero Sunday Mr and Mrs Millard Meadows of Lowell visited relatives here Mrs J C Hcmphlll who lies been quite grip Is Improving Mrs Lizzie Dillon of Stanford has been visiting relatives here Mrs J M Farra has returned from visit to her parents In Hyattsvlllo Miss Mary Kato Singleton left Mon day to visit her aunt at Mt Sterling George Boner of Is with Mr R H UaUon during the sale Mrs Emma Kauffraan and daugh ter Miss Frank were In Richmond a few days Miss Ida Potts of Cincinnati Is vis iting her sister Mrs Prather on Danville St Mrs Walace Gover and Mrs Al Holmes of Crab Orchard were here shopping Tuesday Miss Carrie Currey has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs F D Gaines In Danvllle Mrs E E Nelson ot Wllllamsburg is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J M Meadows Mrs J E Stormes returned Monday from a delightful visit to Mrs Authur Hubbard of Covington Mrs W S Elkln ot Atlanta Is the guest of herslsR rs Mrs Pattie DGill and Miss Jennie Duncan Miss Abble Taylor who has been the guest of her sister Mrs 0 O Brown has returned to Washington D CMiss Annie Royston who is very successful In teaching in Chicago will visit her parents during the IIol Idays Miss Jennie Lackey will return homo this week from three months visit to relatives In Paris Georgetown and LexingtonA Impromptu dance was given at the Armory nan Friday evening Lewis Burnam furnished good music Miss Bruce Pumphrey has returned home after several mouths visit to her sister Mrs S M Jordan ot Terra Haute Ind Misses To vis Carpenter ot Stanford and Llllle Leavell of Bryantsvllle visited Misses Addle and Carrie last week Misses Flora Zelgler and Gallic ler an experienced trimmer will open an uptodate Millinery store in the storeroom to be vacated by F P Frls bio They will appreciate a full share of patronage In the contest conducted by the Evening Post of Louisville Miss Conn of this city was given one ot the scholarships Miss Conn Is a pop ular young girl and her many friends were glad of her success she so greatly deservedThe Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will give a social on the evening of Dec 11th at 7 oclock at the church The Is cordially Invited to come and bring a silver offering which will be used for the benefit of Missions Mr and Mrs S D Cochran enter tained at a 0 oclock dinner Monday evening In honor of Judge and Mrs Bell The table decorations were pink with carnations and terns The dinner was very elaborately served In courses Mr Cochran and Judge hell were old school mates On Sunday evening Nov 20th Mr J S Carpenter and Miss Rovesta drove to Danville where they were united In marriage Rev Gill of ficiating They were accompanied by the brides niece Miss Annie Marseo and Mr D White Marsee of this city Both are well known and popular young people and we join their many friends In wishing them much success lifeSamuel M Walters who has been chief pharmacist at tho drug store of J W Gaylo for several years leaves tomorrow for Memphis Tenn where he has accepted a position with a druggist James S Robinson Mr Walters has made scores of friends by his quiet gentlemanly demeanor and they are all sorry to sco him leave Frankfort Frankfort Nuws This Is Sams home and he has many friends hereThe meeting of the Womans Club was hold Wednesday afternoon at half past 2 oclock Mrs Kauffmau thb president presided and the meeting arranged was one of unusual Interest the program being given by Mrs F P Friable and Miss Helen Gill Their subject was Belgium and tho Nether lands The Work Shops of Europe Miss Jane Doty was hostess The meeting was a large one and the audi ence much enjoyed the valuable talks and papers given t L J the h a lot r Mils Gr ill uf Arnold Ratio congregation Turner 4 General News Wheat prices on the Chicago advanced to a now high record mark for the May and July deliveries The United States suit Germany Imvo arranged for a postal rato on between the two countries of 2 cents In stead of the oxlutlng rule of 6 Kentucky game lawn were pronoun ced Ineffective nod useless at a meet lug ot sportsmen held In Louisville An organization looking to more laws IN projected Five bursars hlow open the safe of the Cirrt National Hunk at Pcppcrnll tass and made their escape In an au tomobile with 114000 of the bank money Ilf agreement of counsel the Chesa peake and Ohio railway and W R Johnson Co pleaded guilty to rebat ing at Rrlchmond Va and the rail road was lined 10000 and Johnson ft Co 14600 Dispatches to Duns Review Indicate a seasonable response to the lower temperature In most sections of the country while manfacturlng plants are fairly busy and holiday trade Is ao tlveW D Campbell sheriff of Uullltt county paid to Auditor James 11200 for dogs assessed In Uullltt county es tablishing a record for colleettCK dog tax Uullltt county Is the home of the dog tax law Representative Champ Clark of Mis was chosen minority leader of the House at a caucus of the Demo cratic members of that body He was placed In nomination by John Sharp Williams his predecessor Democratic Congressmen at say It Is too early to discuss the next candidate of the party for President but generally agree that Mr Bryan will never run again A mild boom has already been started for Senator Culbcrson cf Texas The steamer Soo City for many years In the passenger trade bn the great lakes and recently sold for serv In the Gulf of Mexico was lost In a storm off the coast of Now Foundland Not a man of her crew of at least eighteen escaped President Roosevelt in A letter to Dr Lyman Abbot put himself down as a mild advocate of womans suffrage saying that he did not fear any great evil from It and that he did not look for anv great good Uov Wilson has decided to have a semiannual examination of the States books made and will probably recom mend to the Legislature that a con troller be employed to further sale gaard the States money The purpose of the Ways and Means Committee to draft a new tariff bill materially reducing the Dlngley Is disturbing Republican Senators who now expect that the only hop of preventing a lowering ot the duties the Senate James OHearn an editor of Peoria III asked the County Judge to com mit him to an iDsand asylum saying that unless he was locked up he would kill an attorney and then commit Ills request was complied with Tho suffragettes of London In other words the militant section of the who are agitating for the suffrage for their sex Indulged In a fierce demo onstration against David Loyd George Chancellor of the Exchequer at Al bert Hall London- A cheerful feeling prevails in mer cantile and manufacturing clcrles in all parts of the country Batik clearances are now about as large as In 1000 showing a full recovery from last years depression Large manufacturers are putting on more hands and railroads are ordering locomotives The lIon William Lewis easily de tented JUdge II 0 Faulkner for the nomination for Circuit Judge In the Republican primary held in the Twen tyseventh judicial district Ills maj ority will be about 2000 lie carried every county In the district Caleb Powers got his revenge when Capt B B Golden was defeated for Common weatlhs attorney by J U Cloyd Capt Golden only carried his homo county Knox Good Cough Medicine for Children The season fur coughs and colds Is now at hand and too much care can not be used to protect the children A child Is more to con his cold the less the risk Chamber lains Cough Remedy Is the sole of many and few of those tried willing to use any other Mrs F F Starchier of W Va says I have never and it has always given good satlsfao tlon contains no opium or other narcotic and may be as UUCKKVE Mr Heather Ray loft last week for a visit to Oklahoma Mr Tom East and family of Iudl ana are visiting relatives hero Mr Hiram Ray and family visited Mr and Mrs A 0 Mlles Sunday Mrs Porter Warren and children of Lancaster are visiting relatives here Mrs Wm Whltaker and children are visiting her parents In Jessamine Messrs John and Shell Tester of Mercer visited relatives here last weekMiss Lula treat and brother John of Moroland are visiting Mrs J 0 BogleMrs George UcQuerry of Stone visited her Mrs George Ray a few oH 4 t sourl Ice also suicide women carsand whenhereli- ance mot It are Chamberlain adultFor d11 Exchange loiters cells satisfactory Washington men schedules fe- in sera daughters awe Could Not Eat W II Clay Lexington Ky siy t Our fowls word so sick with cholera some of them could nut Wo Honrbor Poultry Cure down them and did not luvo a single fowl to Hold by It Mount ft Co Lancaster Ky Adam Ere end Some App ee How many apples did Adam and Sonic say Eve 8 and Adam 2 total of 10 Others say Eve 8 and Adam 8 total 10 Hut If Eve 8 and Adam 8 2 tho total will be 00 Now It Ere 8 1 and Adam 812 tho total would be 8 U 1 Then If live 8 1 hat and Adam tho total would be 1023 Or again Eve 814 Adam Adam oblige Eve total 82050 Thongh wo admit Evo 814 Adam Adam If ho keep Evo company total 8182050 All wrong Eve when she 81812 many and probably felt sorry for It and Adam In order to relieve her grief 8 1 2 therefore It ho 81814240 fy Eves depressed spirit hence both ate 81800804 apples Christian Hel per The Real and the Unrest An acre In Middlesex li worth principality In Utopia Macaulay Muscular Pain Cured Dung tho summer of 1003 I was troubled with muscular pains In the of foot says Pedlar of Toronto Ont At times It was no painful I could hardly walk Cham Pain was recommended to me so I tried It and was completely cured by one small since recommended It to several of my friends all of whom speak highly of It For sale by F 1m 110UKNE J T Turner sold a sow to C A Robinson prlco 1475 Mr W S Bowling made a business trip to Lexington last week Mr J W Ledger moved Friday to his farm which he recently purchased ot Lllbcrn Ray price 107500 Mr Milt Carpenter wife and lIttle son Jake spent lost week with rela tives here S N Mortord and family spent the day Sunday with Dr J H Durham and family at Bryantsvllle Miss Maxle Lewis of Marksbury was the guest of Miss Annie Case FridayMr Ray and family of Dry nUvlllc are Mr James Durhams Mr George Shearer and sister Miss Chloe were with relatives at Scotts Fork Sunday Mr Edward Howling of Laurel coun ty Is spending several days with his uncle Mr W S Bowling Mr and Mrs J C Turner and little daughter Ardella were visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J M Turner at Hyattsvlllo last week Gilbert Turner delivered twenty thousand lbs of tobacco to A W King at Nlcholasvllle at 17c per lb II F Edglngton Is delivering his crop to same party at 15c Beware of Frequent A succession of colds or a protracted cold Is almost certain to end In chron ic catarrh from which few persons ever wholly recover Give every the attention It deserves may avoid this disagreeable disease How can cure a cold Why not try Chamberlains Cough Remedy It Is highly recommended White of Tenn says Several years I was bothered with my throat and lungs Someone told Cham berlains Cough remedy I began us ing it and It relieved me at once Now throat and lungs are sound and well For sale by F P Friable 1m Mt Hebron Mrs G A Bruce Is on the sick list Mrs Edltb Aldridge con valescingMr Duncan bought of B A Duncan a bunch of shoats at 4c per Ib W S Bowling our new merchant and Mr Irvin Duncan were in Lex ington a part of last week Miss Incy Preston entertained a number of her friends at a candy pul ling Saturday evening Mr Hubert Lawson of Bryantavllle was the guest of Mr Elgan Montgom ery Saturday night and Sunday Mr Thomas Ball our hustling hud ster went to Lexington last Thursday with a drove of turkeys for which ho paid 0 and lOc per lb Mesdames H R Montgomery and Sam Duncan were with their mother Mrs M A Sanders Saturday and Sunday and attended preaching at Scotts Fork We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give sat isfaction we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it We ask all those who are rundown nervous debili tated aged or weak and every person suffering from stubborn colds hangingon coughs bronchitis or incipi ent consumption to try Vinol with this understanding MeKofeerU Drug mere call die J eat P a slant 8 1 2 2 2 instep 1 rlsble visiting Cold meof Isreported poured Era 812 4 81812 4 a at Uarrard Circuit Court llcttlo Christopher ot nl Ilttt- VI Latin ot nl Jofti Notice of ton nionl of tliu Court In the lilKiYentyliil hated the eel Hpuulttl CoimiilMloncr will on SATUUDAY DKOKMllKIl 10 1108 between 11 oclock n in and 12 oclock noon on the dwu louse of harem ell at publlo outer to the highest and best fullowlnit real estate which Is In larnird Kv on till wut r of Dicks River and bounded UK at a stone In the late std road leading from thin Dunvllln and I to whlto Oak Creek thence with the middle and meander the said road or litho N Bl 3 4 W 21 poles N 82 12 W 6121 pole to a In middle of the road at thin mouth of a narrow lane at seven ten ths ota pole from a white oak In the mouth of thence with tho said lane running with tam west crtito N 10 3 4 17 to a stone In time west edge of thin unlit road thence with of 3034 K to two oak stumps ono almost gone In the turn of the road coruer to Cecil thence 8 85 1 2 K 0234 poles to an oak stump thence 48 poles to n stake thence S 37 34 pausing Mrs Cm alms Browns old curlier at 75 and passing this old Ilrown Corner at 1014 nil same course 207 polls to thin bculnnlnK containing 141 sere Tills Is the same tract of land that the In the above action derived title bv Inheritance from their fattier and mother Peter and Kllza of In the iarrsrd County Clerks otllco In Deed Hook No 2 page TERMS The sale will be made on a credit nt six months and the purchaser will tw required to give bond for thin purchase price approved to the special Commissioner and bear log Interest at this rats of cent anndiu from date of unlll paid J W ELMOKB Special M C 0 C C Th Only Cure 0 V Shipp Cllntonvlllc Ky says I have sold and used most of tho hog cbolera remedies on the market and have hauled out dead hogs by the wagon load Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy Is the only cure I have over found for hog cholera Sold by J It Mount ft Co Lancaster Ky Beware of Mind Wobbling To a certain degree wo are masters of our fate and the captains of our souls as the poet says lly strong will and fidelity to ideals wa can rise superior to circumstances The trouble Is that many waste tlmo In letting their mind wobble over the undecided habit of mind wob I Mine Itching Skin Diseases Art cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo lives instant relief and permanently cures any form of Itching Skin or disease All Druggists Write for sample E W Med Co St Louis sale at McllibarU Drug Store FOLEYS WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor BLADDER DISEASEthat not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo medicine can do more ffASNYENUFTODHE- B 1204 N ItEvanivAlt lad flvt I WM troubled with kidney bladder affection which me pall and worry I kit flesh and WM all run bad t abandon work bad throe el best physicians did mo od I WM Foley Kidney was recommended gave no great relief Tit N2U Me An ttH- MUAMftmttttfllKIIT Storwci 1 i ell cI w CoounIMslouers ur Halo UlIII this ling ot stone west side the 100 208 34 S f conveyedbyrlc the Oct Moor KIDNEYCURE I Virginia write aver ant yen who loot Cure ttle after talus tar MCOa I C C J n rt wW dtlo Lntul Pursuant preludes nod at described described I 319 safe 1 ears a this no and wa- aatl Iy card 4 POSTEDTho undersigned Hereby give warn big to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for pur potto wlwlnver nil wo will prosecute nil offenders to fullest extent of tho law Hunters and Fishermen especially tako notice FergtiMUi Mrs PI Oil lay Mutton W Kd twood W T Worrel W 0 Anderson Julio A Handera J W Sweeney J I Nave A mold It L Burton U 0 lluluu W It Cook Ditvo Dudderar Richard llurgerner Mrs K K Daniels Uallcw 11 L Kelley KILL COUGH AN CURL Till Now Diseov 1 W H J f 11 C O H I LUNC WITH Dr I 4- 11111spic l Kings FOR 8 B1 a prn c- Tdltoaela OIL MONEY BEffONDID K H McRoberts Drug Store M K Denny DENTIST OfflecoTer Htrndoni Jtwtltf ilore Cream Vermifuge AND r ALL THROAT AND LUNfIOUBL- EOUARANTEEDMATIMTAQT08 f WIIIPI3M tHE OUmntEED WORM H r EEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CIMIHC Of IMITATION YMt INVIftt ntHntO OMIT BnllurdSnow Liniment nv xouio NO McRoborts Drug Store Sell Your Tobacco At The Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehousea- nd get as high prices as any auction market In the world W M Riley Company Danvillo Ky 1025 3ui Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We have no agents 1rec Catalogue H Sons Lexington Kentucky The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or form of skin or scalp die ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo a clean liquid for All durggists sell Fur sale at MuRoberU Drug Store 60 EXPERIENCE f i f TEEES F externaluse J YEA I s I st Cot t dt i Hillenme or TRADE MAURI DillON COPYRIGHT Miutlitf ikttrb and dttcrlMInn tn opinion fit MI liiTtnllnn It Oommunlr OIllion f rM t Scientific Jfinerican A iMitii rlr of irleiniea Journal II MM fnurniimiUilL l r Eczema is Curable ZBMO scientific preparation for eiteuul uie Stops destroys the germs that cause skin quickly and II permanently cured by this remarkable Druggists Write for urn For sale at Moltoborta Drug Store WANTED Partners having good quality of Butter EggsPoultry or Game and wishing the highest city prices should send name and address to The Miami Vlley Order Del 1735 Vine St Oinoinnat1 9 HftkM HMMM Mit MitvMiU1 r r OQ 1 heud laUm n I W lit WhIDd a and fJ E W c- Anton erlln r prone pat dst enrr fur Cur as telt ii n 1 1u rrlywuhuuttbrt Intl run a mWha pie Ross St LouisMo 1t6Mar- ket to ht ILYKIMEYcuiiNSh- n Tr