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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t PKRNTIATII YRAri THE CENTRAL RECORD1UKK HKltlGlONt VNTAnmatlKD DKMOCIUCY AND GOOD WMllNMKNT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17 won f f WCH3CE WE MANUFACTURE all kinds of Galvanized Water Troughs Tanks Let us make you prices Roofing Guttering and all kinds of TIN WORK Heating and Plumbing CONN BROTHERS t Etc t I u 1 r IL ti J 1 Wills will begin a norlc of meetings at Mt Hebron church on Tuesday night Ul Dr D V Waller has patented the famous Ur 11111 chill euro and will take a trip through tho South it with druggists It Is a sure euro Sale of Stock of Goods John HIckH who recently sold his Interest In his store at Stone Ky has purchased tram II D Leo his stock of merchandise utJudson Ky will bo given as soon as Invoice can bo made Accident Lath week tho Dally press that II Clay Herudon a promi nent Internal Revenue oniclal had fallen through an elevator shaft at Maysvlllo and received fatal Injuries Capt William Herndon this city who Is a brother was preparing to uo to Muysvlllc when he received a egram that the Injuries were not fatal and that ho would soon recover Lend Sates Hughes iVSwIncbroud tho real es tate men report that they trove just sold fur G D Swlnebroad limo 143 acres of land purchased by him from Loin Tcatcr for fllvo thousand dollars Tho talc was made to K D Ray and John A Masters Mr Ray getting OS acres of land and Mr 76 acres They also report that P T Brown tins sold his farm of 110 acrrs on Sugar creek to II D Leo at 102 60 per acre Brae Ball Tho Harrodsburg Herald says that the base ball team of that place has outclassed every team In this section Lancaster defeated Harrodsburg early In the season 7 to 2 and 12 to 0 in dou ble header and recently defeated their Kentucky Central league team 0 to 8 and the management of team states they can arrange an other game If they aro not satisfied The Harrodsburg paper referred to will please correct tho statement City Ticket Over 200 names have been slimed to a petition favoring the rcolectlon of II T Logan fnr Mayor and J R Mount James Hill II C Hamilton and James Smith members of the old Hoard of City Council adding tho names of G S Oreenleaf and W M Zanone That the city administra Lion has been acceptable Is evinced bv this petition The council has tho affairs of time city In n bust ness Pike consistent manner and Chief Police Ilerron has discharged his faithfully It snot likely that will bo another ticket I I I I I I I I I Masters I I bandied lot toy shoo- Ing t Possession announced tell I I I I I curlLancas- ter I I I r I i p l I l I I l School Shoes For Girls and Boys BEST On The MARKET School SUITS for Boys The Famous Perfection Brand None better and few as good Suits from 200 to 650 T LOGAN b 1 I e n I I i t t 1 I 1oIrIIPt iJJ r pa1- l i r I I t IfLYM 4 s IiI t 1 y t Tho county election commissioner are now BlicrllT t A Arnold It II Jmnefldlnrk Learning Wlidom from Others It In a great thlim to mix butlmoi with clover jiruplo Ono picks tholr brains unconiclouily Dulwor Lytton Death Mrs Prowilt aged 00 years died at her home within 1 miles of this place and the burial followed on Thursday Tho deceased IN survived hy her oiled husband amid several grown sons and daughters Corner Stono Tho ceremonies Incident to laying tho cornerstone of Danville now post olllco building on September 22 will bo Imposing and a large crowd will bo In attendance The program will open with a tmmiuet at noon Good Mr R S Hughes Editor of this paper writes from Norfolk Vs on a card with a picture of many bathing on the Virginia Beach In which ho says This U the first bath tub I have seen that IH long enough for mo Wo hope ho will remain until he clean Going Down Tho rebellious had Just been cost out of heaven In the Rwlft down ward flight Lucifer overtook lleulze bub WhntB troubling you ho called An old problem an wercd tho future foul fiend between BornvreaultB Whcro are you going this fall ihllndeiphla Record Police Court Chief Ilerron arrested Fred Emer sun colored on the charge of selling whiskey and In Judge Harris court ho was lined too In one case and eGO and 25 days In another This Is the first case of the kind In some time and ho had 100 quart bottles In tho room Beyond Medical Aid 0 D Weathers Avon Ky says My hogs were so badly diseased with cholera I did not think medical alt could possibly save them I gave them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and It cured them without a single loss Sold by J II Mount Co Notice To Grain Dealers The Merchants Exchange of St Louts extends an Invitation to every grain and elevator man to come to St Louis during tile week of October 4th to Olh and It ho will send his name to this Bureau a visitors ticket to the flour will be Issued good fur six days All who have In SU Louis are especially urged to como timid take part In tho Centennial Celebration of the Incorporation of tho city Reduced rates on nil railroads Publicity Bureau 214 Chamber of Commerce St Louis Educational Tho teachers associations will be held In each Magisterial District the following dates and at tho follow ing places Lancaster Qctober 2 with Prof Bridges as Vice President Dry intsvlllc October 10 with Miss Lu cretin Skinner as Vlco President Buckeye October 23 with Mr W A Wheeler as Vlco President Paint Lick district will be held at Carters flllo with Mrs J A Arnold as Vice resident All teachers are required jy law to attend these associations or lose the day We hope no teacher will lose an opportunity of attending ts these meetings promise not only to l o entertaining but Instructive County Superintendent Mrs Nancy J Hiown widow of the late Judgo Ephralm Drown died ut tier home In this city on tho Oth be ing 81 years of ago Appropriate tu neral services were conducted In Lan ustei cemetery in the presence of many relatives and friends by Rev IX 0 Brown and the mortal part of that pure and much loved woman was laid to rest beside her husband She jvas a member of tho Prcsbyte rlan church and her excellent traits jf character endeared her nut only to tier splendid family but to all Vho know her Sho left seven children who are prominent and live and move In time best society They are Mesdames J A Royston this city W O Parks Columbus Mississippi Geo II Uruco Spring Lake Now Jersey J N Lake 1erro Haute Indiana Messrs W G J R Drown of Onlcugo and It Q Brown of Leavcnworth Kansas 1hcso ore worthy highly respectable lad their lives evince time worth of tho parental training with which they were blest The Is contrlb uted Nancy Gray Drown tie wife of the late Judge Kphralm Drown was the daughter of William Gray of tho Philadelphia Gray family old who was noted for hit piety timid Godly life In this community She was gifted wlln tine mental endowments and her ambitions anti Ideals were high but for many years sho was semi invalid which disqualified her from active service und her uurthly life was far trout what shu had hoped It would bo In achievement In life her beautiful faith sustained her and in her declining years she lunged to bo with her Saviour and In Heaven bho will realize all of her an llolpatlons her wishes und her hopes and tier gloTltlod spirit pursues tho lofty career of JW liuuiorUUCri I lIallloll and angels oil Brown I and Mrs Nov becomes flub ever lived it Time of property by E II K trldge Trustee of II W Cornollu amounted to about 11000 J I Hamilton exchanged 40 o on tho Dinvlllo road for C acres on Sugar Creek the terms o the deal tint being given One of tho must unique gathering In tho history of religious organza lions will bo tho Centennial Stat Convention of tho Christian church t he held In Lexington September 2 to 21 Elder P M Tinder will till his pit at tho Christian church Sunday forenoon and will preach at tho homo of Mrs John A Sanders In the Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock wherd arrangements will bo made to seat the audience School Tho first weeks work has given promise of a very successful year Pu pils mind teachers have entered upon the work with great enthusiasm While the members enrolled In the With School Is not so great as for tbe past two years there Is manifested a spirit of earnestness which Is Tho other grades are as full as usualA minutes each day are devoted to physical culture drills In all the grades Systematic exercises are such as to Induce proper carriage breathing to promote health and ijlvo strength to the body The eighth grade Is unusually large numbering thirty Under tho dl rection of Miss Fleetwood they have organized themselves Into a club which they have named Circle Its aim Is tho of all which Is helpful and the suppression of all which Is harmful The club poet Is Longfellow tho col ors blue and gold and tho watchword Excelsior There has been offered a prlzo to tbo pupil of this grade who makes the greatest improvement luring the year III freehand drawing and penmanship Several of the members of the Ex celslor Club met the teacher and spent the morning beautify lug their room with pictures and other decorationsOut work will bo done In Na ture study and Geography at least twice a month by pupils and teachers of the first five grades tMiss Anderson will spend two perl ods a week In simple manual training work with tho second and third grades an exercise which must prove a source of pleasure as well as profit In train Ing eye and hand The School Hoard meets with us regularly once a month this year Wo shall expect a visit from them on the first Wednesday afternoon of each month Tho Hoard has made as gen erous expenditures as could be afford ed In purchasing maps kindergarten material and other school supplies and every room Is fairly well equip pedWo Invite our friends to come as us opportunity is afforded them and see the work wo are doing see some of tho things we need then help us to obtain them D W Bridges Principal Lancaster Graded School I1UENA VISTA Herman and Archie Barnett were In Cincinnati Sunday Miss Eliza Barnett of Wllmoro vho has been visiting her brother Is with friends at Harrodsburg Tho ladles of Mt Olivet church solicited sutllclent funds to have ho church newly papered and carpet ed The church will bo ready for use text Sunday Thomas Skinner who Is teaching at smltlitleld has been at tho bedside of his brother who Is doing nicely at writing Miss Nancy Mao leon who ispent a rut of her vacatllon with hergrand lather returned this week to school it Asbury College Mr and Mrs and Miss sklns of Ambrose spent Sunday with time family of J W Asklns Mrs Stacey remaining for a weeks visit R P Ison and family from near Lancaster have been with relatives lore Miss Alice Scott has martrlculated it State University for another year Hugh Christopher bought a sow md eleven pigs of A T Scott for II Ruble sold 08 holts to Victor Lear price 710 Mrs Marla Lane left Friday for an jxtended visit to relatives at Dan rifle Mrs Lou Lane and children spent From Friday until Monday with at Danville Chas Robinson sold his tarot to A 1 Scott for 17400 Mr and Mrs Will Decker of Ver mllles visited Mrs James Robinson tad son Virgil Wilds has returned from a vUltto Mr and Mrs Dullard near Stanford Horn to tho wife of Frank Wells on tho Dth Inst a daughter Master William and Martha Mun day of Harrodsburg are visiting rela tives All owing frt mllllnoryy l ryleaso settle with Becker 0vjjt sale acres country Note i liTho Saturday here have tills Guy Stacey en- L relatives Mr ophlUe et for Mta U once l mud put gratify- Ing given Excelsior cultivation often 1 cal and at Superior and Kentucky 1 1 sSee the Mogul Wagon and the Osborne Harrow Best on the Market tV IJVV IIiV t of Iri II clot o to of of o to totohT r The Funny Side Sociologist Do you have much trouble keeping down expenses The Toller Not so much us keeping up the revenue Milwaukee Journal M M M A schoolgirl with largo feet was sitting with theta stretched fur out Into time aisle and was busy chewing gum when time teacher espied her Maryl called the teacher sharply Yes maam questioned the pu fake that gum out of your mouth and put your teat lulNow York Observer Its no disgrace to fall If you havo done your best said the philosopher That so replied tho moan who had VDut Its pretty tough to have to idmlt that time best vou could do was fall Dotolt Free Press you dont like my style of dancing Ormo In distress Well there Is rather too much sameness about It Jack Kr how can I vary It Ormo Suppose you tread on my loft foot once In a while Too Hasty Coal Dealer out That load hasnt been weighed It looks to me rather largo for a ton Driver Talnt Intended for a ton Its two tousl pil maybe JackPerhaps anxlou fah d t JUlMIll tJ aS I I t i u w HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on Hickory g i i l1ISI1ZI1Z1lZI1I1ZI1Z1II1Zrs tZ tlfltltlZtl tlZtltltltl9 f Old r WAGONSWith new improvements makes them strongest and lightest running WAGON on the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky the f Dealer Go York Weekly Tommle I see wood yields about onefifth as much heat as coal Dobblo I guess my dad dont know that Tommle Why Doobie Decauso when ho warms mo ho always uses a ihlnglo Yonk ers Statesman Larger Than Mammoth Cave Profcsser Edgar L Hewitt tho archaeologist has just discovered greater caves In the northeastern part Of Arizona than the worldfamed cay erns of Kentucky They have chasms and vaulted chambers Ip which an otUco building of forty stories could bo stowed away and are surrounded by ancient and mysterious ruins never before visited by a white man The Indians have long known of the exist enco of these caves but have kept It a secret A NavaJo guide led Profes sor Hewitt to them Several natural bridges between hills In time vicinity the professor found so largo as to make time rock bridges P Utah and Virgin la look puny by comparison Tho ruins contain relics household arti dies and remains of a race of which the archaeologists have n o trace These caverns doubtless formed tho shelter and home of early tribes and this discovery will bo of Interest to solontltlg scholars And he came thither unto a cave and lodged there 1 Kluge I90i Christian Herald aheadNew t i world wido 4 dvi S CENTRAL IJ8UICI WKKKIY ItMAYKAU F S HUGHES EdrPubr flnlfrfd l IK fati OffM t lAtneniltr AVi Sftendtnan Will Miller Member Ky Association Eighth District Publishers Ky September t7 1909 Rates For Polllleal Announcements For Precinct and City Oniccs 1 600 For County OMIce 1000 For State and District Onices 1COO For Call per 10 For per line 10 For all In the Inter est of Individuals expression of Individual views per line 10 Oiiltimrlr per line V 4 Pre and League I y t fpI RLCO1l- r 4 a- i U 1 Lancasternr k uuuu lineCurds is II 1 Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M C Saullcy For Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Hardln For State Senator It L Hubble i Tor Representative J O Uogle For Circuit Clerk V H Mason For County Judge A D Furl For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Mis For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison For Magistrate District No 1 J P v Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT lien fur County Attorney and will predate your support II D Herndoti We beg Mr Land rain of the Climax that our father used tho wor1 wooded In a sense of being pleased with when he said that ho was wedded to Kentuckys beautiful women horses lauds c This Is not the tlrst time that he has been asked to explain that expression Tho Democratic nominees are fn tho best of spirits They are going In to the hedges and high ways where they find the majority In favor of tho principles which they advocate A democrat offered 6 tol on the election of the entire ticket from coroner to Circuit but found no takers Much Is being said and written of tho death of II Ilarrlman tho great railroad king and Unaucler lie had accumulated many millions of dollars and was one of the greatest financiers the country has ever duced But death levels all ranks and he stands us other men before the of eternal justice where large fuudb cannot be Used to defeat the ends of right He should have taken much block In the narrow Ce lestlal roaa that tends to rest and we are nut prepared to say that be did trot But It his genius and power to organize had been exerted toward the promotion of moral and religious causes the world would bo much better lion J A Sullivan of Richmond delivered u trUe and eloquent speech at the Louisville barbecue In which he showed that the taxing power of the republic Is turned over to the trusts und had the following to say of Kentucky IK a Democratic state of UN manhood uud woman hood Is of that faith Because of all this u higher standard Is required by the public of the Democratic party than the Republican party Before tho laHt state election the Republican party combined with both the tem and out temperance people after tho election they were willing to combine with either or both sides of this question Commander Peary has displayed a I spirit of envy Jealousy and littleness In denouncing Dr Cook as an Impos tor In announcing the discovery of tlie North Polo Dr Cook has acted u manner that commands the and esteem of the public If Perrys claim to tho distinction of making tho discovery was based on good have pro duced the proof Inn quiet manner Tlio In favor of Dr Cook who u being re celvrfd with the greatest honor Ills frlendsure producing many tilings to tho discredit of Peary and they will give him a banquet In Now York on the 23d We are for Cook until V Imvo more evidence ie State Hoard of Health has s fwcd u circular giving Rome fuels tu typhoid fever which j Should Induce everybody to use livery precaution to prevent It Wo quote 4 the following An of 13303 cases of I m tlt I I HI KentucUy every year chiefly con Jthcci to people In prime of life and uKofuliug The cost of cttrlnx fur tlioae blck of 19 say noililnu ti the I j I I Jennie nlglns o To the party of Uarrard county 1 am the nom to say to t Judge E of Y pr I t corruption o our State I J perul1ce t i j conduct bas preJudiced the people t WIt a l1 1 this and are j 0 I ItI 7 j 7 r11 1 JwLt d I tt i IIt r I 1- t a 1 rl Si 1 14 i 1o J bar r 4 k am jurlty l a Iii respect y d T I refureucu disease reported ri a i 0 suttee iiiffcrlnu and low of life for the year In reported M being 1003760 At the very low estimate of 2600 each lira lust the actual money value of those dying was 13017600 It to for Rick total loss to the people of Kentucky from this hue disease In an tldllSoO NEW CLOTHES IN CONGRESS Once upon a time tho seasoned gas nips of Washington say you could spot a United States senator sight nut now they declare It Is hard to tell n salon of the upper house from a It Is all In tho matter of clothes says the New York World The long frock coat the expansive shirt front nnd tho big soft black hat of old havo yielded to modern business attire Wo mention these things a Washington dispatch stating that 65 members of the house ap peared on Monday In wholly now tab ment suggests A general thought of tho clothes of congress A British M P who visited this country n few years ago remarked that our national legis lators did not know how to dress To which a traveler from homo rejoined promptly that they were lucky If they did not know how to dress like memo hers of the house of commons Uo that as It may what meager partlcu lars wo have of the new suite of vari cue representatives Indicate that tho Increased salaries of congress have fallen amid exponents of sartorial progress and good taste It Is likely that all 66 of the freshly clad would pass muster on brightest Fifth avo Sir Robert Bond former premier of Newfoundland who has been conspic uous for many years as an opponent of American fishermen who ply their calling In Newfoundland waters and who has been largely Instrumental In Inflating the fishing Imbroglio to which compelled consideration and submission to The Hague conference was badly beaten In the election which took place In Newfoundland This fact will be accepted as evidence that are not opposed to fishermen and that they find In tho presence of the Americans an of business which makes for the prosperity of the coast fishermen who not only work for the American fish Ing vessels but also dispose of their fish In a legal manner under the limi tations of law An old Inmate of an almshouse In New York aged 88 who had never In the course of her life seen an automo bile before fell In a dead faint In the street when one whizzed by her with the horn tooting When she recovered she told the doctor who had attended her that she had been in hell and had seen Satan Some of the victims of the speed maniacs would not quarrel with her diagnosis of the situation Guessing matches as regards the population of the United States as It will be shown by tho decennial census next year have begun In lively The estimates run from 75000 000 to 90000000 nut guessing at the census Is about as satisfying as a postal card canvass before election The average citizen prefers to wait for tho official figures It difficult to kill off the gambling spirit Tho Cuban house of representatives has voted to establish a national lottery It is Cubas busl ness of course But other ways of raising money for government would havo been more credits ble In the history of the world the time has come when It Is necessary for the nations to unite In conserving their natural resources If they would escape or postpone the fate that seems to have been dealt out to the moon Judging by tho numerous of divorced couples there Is a field for some enterprising author who can hammer together a book on How to bo happy though divorced So long as the earth numbers among Its Inhabitants so many per sons who want to get something for nothing the lottery business will keep on looking for an opening Anyone who does not know what a basic patent Is but would like to find should watch carefully the flutter the aeroplane case through the courts Nations that ore hard up tor money should hold off on Dreadnought until they find out what tho airship Is going to do to armored fleets Automobiles that would lay their own dust and consume their own Blenches would make for tho humble pedestrian Let us think of the time to come when the pendulum shall havo the other way and tho dear women wear no hats at all It would Indeod pity It any of Abby Hams wives should bo com pellod to take In washing to support old goek Ix ndon has a lot of Coney Island at tractions and It is as tickled as If It had made a new discovery There Ice trust cornering tho supply In tho North Atlantic The man that rocks the boat gets no Caruvglo medal News Papers For Sale at Record Office 1 tor- o added the cOllt If carl lilt the It gives n arerngo of at l due Newfound landers the Is pretty purposes lout build- Ing Iltq much sweeter swung Old this In stockbroker because proportions international American element fash- Ion remarriages boa lane a a x f Miss Little Irlmcs In at home ngnln After spending several days at Crab Orchaid Mrs J W Woods and Miss Lrla Simpson MM M F Rout near Lexington from Friday until Sunday Mr Mark Golns sold a sorrel horse for tf00 The horse has taken several premiums at tho different fairs Mrs Ella Cecil ut Danville over Sunday to join her daughter Miss Annlu Cecil on n visit to her mother Mrs Fannie Pollard and other rela lives Misses nnd Edna llerkclo attended the Dunn Or rell wedding at Lancaster lust week Rev Everclt GUI of Danville will assist thin pastor Rbv Shouso In u series of meetings at tho Fork church beginning on the evening of October eighteenth Mrs Rogers of Mlllodgovllle Is with liir daughter Mrs Mlllurd Rogers who has been quite sick for several Noah Mnrsco has been confined to his bed for two weeks with rheumu tlsui and malaria Mr Lawrence of Indiana was called to bed of his wife who died ut the home of her parents Mr and Mrs N J Gosney of tuburculosls Wednesday of lust week After a short service ut the house her remains were placed In Lancaster cemetery r One day lust week Amos tho 14 year old son of Mr Albert Skinner ac cidentally shot himself while corn In the Held Ho picked up the gun by the muzzle which was Iv log In his way when tho discharge his left side penetrating his lung Ho remains In u critical con dltlun at this writing Pioneer Day was celebrated last Sunday afternoon at Pleasant Grove church by appropriate exercises Rev Tinder the leading speaker made an enthusiastic talk on Alexander the founder of the Reform re ligion the hardships of Mr the growth of tho denomination and how tho Truth us given by Mr Campbell should be propagated and taught to tile rising generation The gist of the papers that were read was the honoring of great mien and a plea for unity that other denominations might come Into the great BIble Truths as taught by Mr Campbell After which a collection was taken fur the endowment fund s Jf T itX n fi for settle A Burglar In Town the name Is had cough He doesnt care fur gold or sliver but he will steal your health away It he ap pears In your house arrest him at once with Uailards Horehound Syrup It may mean consumption If you dont A cure for all coughs colds and chest troubles Trice 25o 50c and 100 per bottle Sold by U E McRoterts 1m PAINT LICIT Mr and Mrs Tolby Cornett are over the arrival of a tine boy Bishop visited Miss Docla Metculf recently Miss Marlon Ledford visited her cousin Miss Lucretia Spurlock last weekDr Carman and Dr Patrick attend ed the baseball game at Richmond last week Ralston died of pneumo nia at his home In Cynlhluna Sunday ulghl He leaves a wife and four children and a number of relatives to mourn their loss Miss Avis Metcalf entertained very pleasantly at the home of bliss Llllle Smith last week Mrs Mary Conn spent several days laic week with her mother Mrs Davis bliss Agnes Henderson has gone to Corbin whore she has accepted a po sitionMr Grant Melcalf has entered school ut Uorea Light Is conducting a series of meetings at the Baptist church und much Interest Is being manifested Hopplty Hop Aro you just barely getting around by the Rid 0f crutches or a cane Un less you have lost a limb or have a do formlly If your trouble Is rheuma tism lumbago sprain still joints or anything of like nature use Mallards Snpw Liniment and In no tlmo you can throw away and bo is well as anyone Price 25c COo and 8100 Sold by It E McRoberts 1m GAUTJSIISriLLK Mrs C S foul who has been siCk for seven weeks IK able to bo up again Little James McQuery In very sick at this writing to say Miss Mary hoop U able to be out again after u severe attack of typhoid foyer Mr James Wells and family wore the guest of Dr 0 S Redwino und Sunday Mr Beard Clark bought a nice bunch of lings train Mr Curls Wool wine last week Tho death angel has swept over tho homo of Mrs Old Rothwell and as hla victim her loving son Kd ward Ho died of that dreadful die uase typhoid fever Ho was burled at Paint Lick cemetery Saturday We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family I HI i MAlt IUWUU r Mile and Levle Dunn daysMr the death Tile friends the family otter sympathy entered Campbell All uwln will or will pit s all I wIth lice r e 0 173t re- Joicing Miss Ollie Mr large was your rutches Wo are glad the C Z 7 cam u shucking Campbell CC uteri r Bro claimed r e General News Two hundred dollars n ton for broom corn Is now predicted by then In tile trade At III farmers have refused 1170 for corn In the Mold The price Tuesday was 1100 llurora are frantic while the turners nro stand Ing put Henry Clown says that ho knows poalllvely that Kdwnrd It lliirrlman left Arden or At least a great part of It to Now York Stnto as n public park Henry Hill a negro was drowned In n creek by a mob nl llayvllle Li lifter bo had attacked Miss Notllo Junes n prominent young womnn of that place Announcement comes from Louis vlllo to effect that the Luulsvlllo Ilorso Show will bo hold tills year dur Ing week of October 11th It will bo held hi the Firm Regiment Armory which unsurpassed as a show place for horses The prizelist been completed avid lie amounts to bo awarded will run well over 12 000 Tim horsemen of the Stuto and the country at large who regard the Louisville show ns tile equal of any In the country will havo something worth while to contest fur this fall Commander Robert E Peary Dr Cook as an Impostor be fore the world In tho Brooklyn claims Unit ho had discovered the Nortn Polo By wireless Commander Peary sent broadcast that Cook had never been out of slghl of land In the Frozen North and thai the Eskimos would bear witness that Cook was an Impostor Dr Cook to Pearys charges at Copen batten Ho was not perturbed and In a calm mood said that tuna would orovo his statements true That ho was the first discoverer of the North Polo the world would know as ho hind the proofs to substantiate his claims Dr Cook also said bo would send a ship to the polar regions to bring to America the two Eskimo who uccom panted him to the pole and prove by them as well as by authentic that he was there Edward II Harriman died on the Dili at his home on Tower Jill lie succumbed to an Intestinal disorder from which bo had been suffering for a longtime Mr Ilarrlman Is said to have retained his mental faculties to the last The end was peaceful Tho fatally were at the bedside The death was not announced until thlrty live minutes after the close of tho New York Exchange The Kentucky Rapid Transit Com pany capitalized at 110000000 was chartered at Dover Del to take over traction companies In Kentucky Its principal operations at lint will be Louisville Lexington and Frankfurt The company Is said to have been by Boston New York and Philadelphia capitalists It Is also authorized to operate electric light and gas plants Former President Roosevelt re quested that the United States Joy eminent send a supply of black bass to lirlllsh East Africa to UTdeposltcd In Lake Nulvasba Mr Roosevelts request was made In a personal letter to Commissioner George M Rowers of the Bureau of Fisheries and It will be complied with If possible A Frankfort Germany newspaper announces that leading of llerlln and Frankfort have subscribed tho capital necessary for the floating of the projected Air Line Navigation Company The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so desperate as poor health Success to day demands health but Electric Hlttdra Is the greatest health builder tho world has ever known It com pels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and Invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant off rd to slight Electric Hitters If weak rundown or sickly Only COo Guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m REPORT OF THE CONDITION NolltKK OF LANCA8TKVKVAT UKBOUKCK8 tomu mid dltcounli ITOio M Overdraft iccurtd and iinxcurfit uij a7 I H ilouiU to ivcuro circulation Wuoo oo bomb tiurliini etc mcooo Nailoualllaukil otrcivrve- ngeut 311 fO- niielroin iieni 1IVI1 45 Chuck sod other llenu 10500 other Broke l hO- XKractloiialpapvrciirrvnoynlcktlicti 1UV fl Bp cle- Vl TA0X- Legtllelider notes Jf 677U W 13100 TAI Redemption Fund UHTruu ur r HMO 00 Capital il lAlllMTIKa aid In UIIoiialIlaukKol OiiUtaudln Mum ui iu tn Other Nations lUnki IHIndividual ilupo4lt ubcc lo check I3DIW 15 limurycd forlont I All w 60000 00 VOOUOOU Total Sffl l 87 T4TKO KlNTlC YCoUNTVOrOltllillOM I H 0 IIKNNY Oatlilvr of lh shareu n1 lktV ltl Htlltlllv CIVMAP Ihftl italtmivut U to b il f kuowl BlUltNNVCtthlvr Subscribed sad sworn to m ibis tilU ol Bi INN Notary IubllC- My OommUtlon exi lr i Jfeli w Vlo AtiviliAMX KINNY Ulriglori A 0 UQHINIOM I I P Arcola use explorers replied observations The Close of HallknlllhOlufllrnllllrlllIl ftllnrn 7000 W Due irOIn Pllrovo rune Node of w 1 nlrcl lion I TOil UnltlYhl 11 UIUIII tool Ibe ov lie day J c7T tie lie denounced messages organized or Till NATIONAL BANK oss So islI 109l J cart i 12oaya057 hl roalllees ea au4 axe 0505 H9 ltrue and belief tV11 L VVA Believing that the people of Kentucky Citizens National Life v Insurance Mv Company v Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for 4 its will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of letting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each First week August 2 y 10696000 Total Second week August 9 IH 20024000 Total Third week August 16 r 34500000Total Fourth week August 23 1 46946000Total Fifth week August 30 60170000 Total Sixth week September 6 73822000Total Seventh Week September 13 83466000IF YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON W II GREGORY I OUISVIUK KY CRNTKAI UNCORD Lancaster Ky me full Information as to the CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY n T t1 J c t JI0 I c I wit be intercsted in tho organization f th f l It0iof r t ftI 0 I r t i f i l b stockwe it A week Iof P 0 frio l I i J v J I ll aso lend I I NAIJ lJUIUIS to A r a i1 i r i Ise r v r r 9 t r k itii Tint r 1- Y Kindness patter Than Gold A bit of kindness g n better Rift by far than all tho gold In the Tho one bring out all the Rood and heavenly attributes and the other all the unreal and worldly REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens OF UNOAHTEIljrVAT Close of Business fat 1909 UH Rood lo Tire oircuulluii SOUN on- lioiiiU t curltl ivlo vo oo 6000 00 Uutt torn Hunk uut KB crveAiivutil U lluo HUto llunki mid Compiulei- mul Hnvlngi lUnk lilt W Due from Hpi ruvit lrv rvu Kif iiti M9IH W- lCbttokiaiul other e 4li lleiin M7 It Notes of ollirr National llauki 1100 uo imi r currency ulokvlt Mb luwrub MUNKV lUirRYi IN IUNK vuiMHO on load with V H Trent Jft r c ut clrcuUtlou JTMO flo TOTAL J1 8 iiook ptlil In HuriUuiuml 150000 oo Individual d i oUl Jftltocrieck Jertldcd Ulivckt eovouoo fj Run or KKNTVCK COUNTY or Ukiutiu F miller at the tamed Ltnkimo wu r Ihullliv above muiit U true lo the ol in kunwludiru sad l II If Hubiarlted mid iwoiu la toloro m llili kit CouimlMlon Jauunrr W W JOMIUVT All l J 8 JOIINIQX Plroctori na or Tus National Nil 13 opt Its II OUII n or twl lftalliru u and 110101 W II O W 0 rlAnnITlJoII lots tape aU- INIII j IIlIelo olbur UIII II x7 Ib7l bl Ile eau 7s TOTAL Ill O Notar I AIINOLD kingdom Bank IIOFs Last and J21T2a5 4- 7OTeIrsit end uureeured 01115 Nat 1 vale ea trot lien Trust Spec s I 2790 tutur 1 23000 W- Vu Irldvd profit r earl OkW a9 no outrt 4lue NIU as cub Io- Rulctrud forTeaet t3itMiTI set m above stole burr bell day Dl duel 1W10H i1 iubllo 11SYALaak OA Impatience stow weak wo think others are to how Impatience It In BO clear to ut that Impatience In others IB a foolluli waste of vital force since It cannot possIbly do any good but wu are Im patient ourselves and learn nothing from the folly of others Kan Globe h I Atc 18on Simple Recipe for Beauty An old book says that It one will mako a powdur of elder llowrri Ritth ored on midsummer day dry them and ma n spoonful thereof In a good draught of water morning and eve nlng tor the apace of a month It will muse him or her young and handsome for a long time t OOND TRIP O LOUISVILLE SUNDAY SEPT 1 9th Louisville and Nashville SPECIAL TRAIN Loivvo Liuioaator at 705 n at Louis villo lOilC Loftvoa Louls p m returning GAME Louiyfle vs Minneapolis TWO GAMES Beautiful Parks and River Rides G M PATTERSON Agt L N R R A J I I Ii m f0 tLL Vl if X200 oad i ivoa i BASED U The COMING HARROW 1 ti I I CLARKS DOUBLE DISC CUTAWAY I It does butter work at one half the as the old i 11h style Harrowsj COME IN AND SEE IT Hoosier Wheat Drills both one and two horse Oliver Plows Studebaker Wagons Majestic Ranges Moors and Clarks g Heaters J E Mount Co IMPORTANT NOTICE Our Fall shock is in and every must go The latest NEW ORK early your We have the T dise lt the right prices w J B WALKER RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1- i I r1 hI t rLI t t trg 7t t S are now on display tour sto e Come an m e choi rig erchan trr lfjo j rr l r EIl lII lelfLj rt a R t YLE 4 i I i 4 FN 4 1i 4fN4f 4fH f President xrlu 1vL J S JOHNSON Preit It Vice 1 ORGANIZED I88j TV CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Or LANCA8TBK KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B P HUDSON Cashier WO KIUNBT AwtUMhr O I WALKKU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex 0b M Lewis L Walker THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Luncnttor Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R IJ McROIlKRTS Brest J C Uubanks i Vice Prcs R L Burton 2 Vice Pros J W KLMORK Cashier DV Tin iin A t R L Klkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO hhsnt been open regular for sonic time but will bo opened every Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTOHS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO I III T M Arnold O A Arnold I fj ii w I 7 tt If C uhler I kit i I i 1 r i b 4 1- r r fS t s b a THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 60000 Surplus 20000 A K DENNY IrttlJiul J S C PINNY Ciibltf J IP Uoblnson Aut OasUr- U T Embry Hook keepor PIUKOTOU SawM n Oootir H Penny A 0 Jlotilnson John E Stories S 0 Donny dill W I Williams I STOlnlllS Viet J G Prst Alex Gossip About People A Drltf Mention of the Coming and Oolnji ty Thou W Art In Mr R H Unison has homo Mr JCMO Fox has been to Olympia Springs lion J M Itothwell Is altcndln the State Fair Miss Alma Lawson still remains I of typhoid fever Dr 0 C Farrln has returned to homo In Colorado Mr Jack Haiti has been a visitor In Lexlnton Floyd Bwopo has entered Tran sylvanla University Mayor Clarence Woods of Rich mood was hero Sunday Mrs John Ballard has been on i short visit toLcxIngtou M IRS Knapp West Is In Richmond Visiting Mrs Short Dr J S Brumott Is at homo from a visit to friends In Corbm Mrs Ellen Tails has returned to homo at Muskogeo Oklahoma Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond Is tho guest of Mrs M K Denny Mr and Mrs Ross Bsstln were visit DM In tho Fayctto Capital last week Mr Charley Vanght of Richmond was the guest of Mr John McRobcrts Mr and Mrs Fisher Herring arc imong tho guests at Dripping Springs Miss buc Anna Lear loft last week to enter Hamilton College at Lexing ton Mrs W O Rlgucy entertained at a 3 oclock dinner on last Thursday even- Ing Elijah Ford left for Lexington last week where ho matriculated at col Mr Louis Burnslde Is again at homo tier u western trip In search of Health Miss Jennie Washburn of Louis ville Istheguestof Mr and Mrs T J Price Mrs Margaret Buford of New York Is visiting Misses Martha and Sallle Illlett Misses Katie Simpson and Mabel Mason are In Crab Orchord vlsltlnl Friend Mrs Fannie Farra has gone on a recuperative sojourn to Crab Orchard Springs Miss Carrie Currey entertained Friday evening In honor of a number f friends Mr Gordon Clangor Jr of Va Is visiting at Mr W it Cooks W J Romans and daughter Irene UfO enjoying the State Fair In Louis lllo this week Mr and Mrs Nathaniel Cotton of ilrksvllle Mr W J tomans and wire Mr and Mrs T L Wall of were the guests of Mr and Mrs W V Lear Sunday Mr Sanders and brother are n Louisville on business and visitors if the State Fair Mrs Baum and Miss Dcthuna of Ml Sterling Ky are visiting T S Elkm Miss Cordlo Hamilton of Middles oro Is hero visiting her mother Mrs Hamilton Mr Jim Wall of Pueblo Old Mex co Is visiting his relatives Mr T L Iroaddus and family Mrs George Miller Lusk Is at homo tiera visit to her sister Mrs R E lughes of Louisville Mr and Mrs Thomas Slavln of Boyle have been visiting relatives in city ahd vicinity Mrs 0 D Powell and Miss Nannie loners are at homo from Lousvlllo hero they took In the Fair lIon J A Sullivan paid this ofllca pleasant call this week being In our on professional business Mrs Brent Motcalf and children of iashvlllo Kansas uro on a visit to tier ather Judge R A Burnside Mrs Grant and children have olurned from u visit to Mr and Mrs t S Jtowman of Lewis county Miss Leo Prattler has returned home In Richmond after a plea nit visit to Miss Calllo Adams Dr and Mrs A Price entertained I a sumptuous dining In nonor of F M Tinder and Mrs Tinder Mrs G M Patterson and daughter lisa Grace Helen are In heron tho ittor Having entered school there Mrs Dave Binders and daughter Chrlstlnu loft Thursday to Mr Oatly Burke at Silver Creek Mr W B Moss and daughter Miss will bo visitors In tho balls City week and attend tho State Fair Rev Charlie Reid of Mldrtleborp nd Mr Sam Woolrldgo of Denver COlorado are visiting their sister Miss Reid Miss Anglo Klnnalrd loft Wednes Capital whero she has copied a position In tho D and D nUHute Mr and Mrs R E Hughes and auditor Miss Margaret of LoUIs r I I returned his recent W T her lele Charlottesville Somerset Dave McKee Mrs Isaac this a town II M t her EI- der lad vis- It Mar this Julia d for t are gueslaof tot Iv will nrrlvo hero this week to relativesMr Jim Coy of Klrksvlll ntid Mr nnd jam Cotton r Buckeye wero visitors In Crab Orel and Sunday The many friends of Miss Jnll Reid will regret to know tlmtMio leave In n few days frr Denver Col I make her homo Mrs Samuel llnxcldon and llltl Runs ore nt homo fiom n visit to parents Mr and Mrs Powell Duncar of Nlcholasvllle Mr and Mrs 1nrrlMi Miss Eta Levy anti Mr J 0 Rodgers compos cd an auto party who visited Mrs 11 M Lackey Tuesday Mr and Mrs T B Walker enter rained eta sumptuous dining In honor of Mrs Anna Walker o Huntlnglori Wcsl Virginia Mr Roy Good of Is n vlf tor hero attracted to his former plnii of residence by one of Lancaster charming brunette beauties Mrs A II Rice of Richmond Ind who has bacn with her mother Mrs II A B Mnrksbury for n visit to now attending tho State Fair In Louis vlllo Mr Frank Muth of Richmond graduate of the University of MU tins been visiting his aunts Mesdames B F Hudson and W O Rlgncy Mr and Mrs A II Rice and Mr and Mm Dolph Rico leave Louisville next week to attend n house party ol the home of Mr and Mrs Boner ol Nashvlllo Mrs N L Uronaugh Miss Bro laugh and brother of Nlcholasvllle tad Mr Itobert Letchcr of Kansas My came over In an auto to see Mrs Kllen L Owslcy Mrs E W Spraguo and two little laughlcrs have returned to Louisville after a delightful visit to Mrs W A number of entertainments were given In her honor Mr Baker Walkers many friends ire glad to learn he has suniclenlly from his late extreme Illness o come to Lancaster to visit his other Mrs Anna Walker Miss Alllo Arnold has returned from a pleasant stay with her aunt Mrs Hugh Ilemphlll of Nlcholasvllle she will leave soon to resume her as a teacher In the State D and L Institute In Indianapolis M Isscs Sallle and Martha Tlllett en tertained at a 0 oclook dinner Satur lay evening In honor of Mrs Mar Buford of New York Mrs 00 arils of Colorado Mrs Emma lug tlnbollmm and Misses Martha and Helen Gill of this city Llllle Janie Haselden was hostess it a party Tuesday afternoon In of her Oth birthday As n lose to the happy occasion tho en Ira bunch of Juveniles were given an into ride by Mr J R Haselden the alhor of tho little hostess Mr W S Elkln of Atlanta who served In a highly creditable The National Assocla lon of Retail Druggists paid his ir Captain T A Elkin a visit on his return from the meeting at Louis Ille Mountain On a lonely night Alex Ilenton of Edward N Y climbed Bald lountaln to tho homo of a neighbor tortured by Asthama bent on curing with Dr Kings Now Discovery had cured himself of asthma wonderful medicine soon rellov d and quickly cured his sons wife of severe lung trouble Millions the greatest Throat and Lung cure n Earth Coughs Colds Croup Hem rrhages and Soro Lungs are surely by It Best for Hay Fever and Whooping Cough COo and 100 Trial bottle tree Guaranteed iy It E McRoberta 1m 1IUYANT8VILLE Messrs Oscar Patton and Harvo lord of hart Worth Texas spent sov days In Richmond recently Mr and Mrs J S Hascldcn are In joulsvlllo attending the State Fair Mrs E 11 Ballard and daughter llss Maymo and her guest Miss Hun or of Qultman Ga spent Thursday n Lexington Judge A D Ford of Lancaster Dr V M Elllolt Dr B 0 Rose Messrs I C Becker and II Ballard loft Tues for Louisville In Mallards tour ng car to attend tho fair Mrs Harve Dean and Mrs Charley curio and children are visiting rola In Jessamine Mrs Chalmers Gallahor of Lexlng Is visiting her father Mr C M Jenkins Miss Resale hackney of London tho guest of tho Misses Marel ast week Miss May me Mallard and lion guest Miss Mary Hunter of Qultmnn Ga TO spending a taw days In Louisville Mrs J II Durham has returned lomo from a visit to relatives at liar loursvllle Mr Price McGrath entertained two at Five Hundred Thursday venlnu In honor of Miss Mary nun or After a very Interesting game n elegant luncheon was served The vonlng was thoroughly enjoyed by one present All MI Josephine for vis- It will her Tuesday Mo- a recovered duties celebration President or Night On Bald Fort him that TIlls B cured II aral day ton was tables every ti ml1l1no please ctll II settle with U Decker Q Ul1J vile Mrs sour Rook Bret manners fat believes rip yea lug Bt lei M ice Business Items BfUH lyl fui Mlu OAUwlnil bunch I otll Lliavo n of yountf MmJpwphlno Donor Como In your subs lion for nil ftiBugflnc tM7lt sr Miss Llljr Grant jitter a course tlio oj For Salel Kent In town Ah rHlJ 11 acres nt All Boner d censed plc KSf and ltli Mrs J STUecke Kr Wanted reliable ncrRetlc man In adjacajT countle Salary Stetson O Cleveland Ohio It Notice Application will be made to tl hoard bo part n the Kfbund of 111 102t Robt Burnsldo v K MMB Any Intelligent person may e tamp for full ress Syndicate Mlddleport N Y 017 3t e Per cent Money Will loan In sums of or more Irst mortgage estate tho o mnk 625tf 0 B Swlnebroad The first Childrens Fair ever heji n Kentucky by colored chlldreastisll io held at September 24tl nd For Inflation ad M Lancaster Ky Dont the ncky 190af Co lust eil Miss Carrlo Arnold Sect Garrard County For Sate soli month der at m cet court day S L Ashley Tuition The rates of tuition for sjuuent tsldo of the Lancaster Qra grades to eighth and twelfth grade 15 T B Klnnalrd Secy Notice Tho school tax books are Would bo please to write you needs the MOney 08 that will Tcost bj at once and settling 10 3t E W liarrlsTreas Notice of Dissolution Notice Is hereby given that tlrm amUi er at SlarculUw Kentucky bB been Issolvea bsnutual B F i L rui dr Robins r S Skinner Public Sala of Bank Stock Will offer for sale In front of House door In Ky tares In the IpUonal Bank o lOncaster K not sold privately before lint date For further Informatloi rite I M Dunn Aft or R A MC math ExrDanvllle Ky 017 21 GILES Mr Richard Uurton Is very sick a his writing John M Anion sold W M Worth nuton some hogs at 7 cents per Mr Raymond Davis and wife wen Isltlnu Mr Ed Chandler and wife st week Mrs V L Davis Is very sick 10 hope will soon boallrlKht Raymond Davis bought a orso from W M Dean of Jessamltn 1185 lien Humphrey sold Moses Hum some hogs at 0 cents per pound Mrs Robert Lung and two band little children wore visiting tier runts Mr and Mrs 1 Ray lust eok Mrs Arthur Dallty who has been try sick we are glad to report Is lm roving non Humphrey sold Jim Collins a alt Miss Maud Tester and Llule Ins wero tho pleasant visitors o Miss unto Murphy All Id IU IIL noWIUO III hll ralWatullLaua located nice o log Mrs Ir m oery will call set I IJryantll lie to- selliu rlcl1t1n Oa rat nd Commission Co r Ir Corn ra tor c Vm Hum c October he I a c r newt paper p nce unn ce y Send partlc rs Empire 11000 on real you will n the t tall or t or year 0 time pllcatlon Sta e C rrard b represen here bed steads l dresser and one 1i011tn It belor Ja Monday U the hillhe reSidence on s It o I riot fo ar s follows Fir condo I d Pou fifth an a h 812 Seventh read e the 8 ool There o ow that o o es ro- tho yea calling the Court Lancast Soptember 2 11909 alH ocl a mat ublle e ek In the Clt en atlonal B k t Lancaster aud pound but nice young for some tor TI C hay orabl ork done on st s pair tell CA fn o It U 1 ton B t- All owing tnlllhiry wl ease c ii eti- wltii M C Becker iico I 17 and r take era Doll mown Clnclnnntl aollcltnl I rolls 13t rot ry cot la- R lagan esephlno sgreaes pain Iss1 rood inomo rpandIng f ed psdney late helm r Lanc ter 25th 1 mess M II i Sneed Lexington Ken Centennial ventiot- eptet 2l 2 ntid washs Mon Ills Stantor innths t1 grades rl Inc Crean lie o Robinson in c us I c- 33t Sshar sot troy 4H Cot Field Seeds Wheat both Local and Northern Va- T rieties Rye Barley and Timothy Seed Wo cnrry tho abovo seed only in tho ro- clcnncd grades Vo havo several gradosbf Coitl that wo can niako interesting prices on Your orders are appreciated BANKS HUDSON SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF KINDS AT McRoberts Drug Store B L Wood Freit W C Flab Vice W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED Wo offer you fair treat CAPITAL 1600000 mont with overy accom SURPLUS 900000 modation that is DmroroRB consistent with M COY BL ARNOLD conservative Banking Our Customers ire Fully Protected by hdelity and Casuality Insuranco E X xm your Tobacco Barns with HASIL9EII as they will Insure your Tobacco also Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 Here we go heel and toe Rundown heels toes make the youngsters shoes go quickly Try Buster Brown Shoes Extra heavy tips extra solid heels what There double wear in every pair BUSTER Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 250 WWA rr tI W lMAy 4 0 i u ttr vJw AffiA OOC OOt CALL I Pre t I I I 1 B WOODS B L WOODS w o Plan w c WYNN I S U r e BEiULLY I B OWN IJ H t I I i lost QOOOOQPQC 04o00o00 1Lu xi JP OOOOO OOtOOC OOOO i 6 1t00UYN JLBURROWS t 1 ktr r out I are SHOES FOR MEN Youll Get Satisfaction in a of White House Shoes than in any other slice you could buy There is More Aual Comfort r 1 because they are built on scientific lines of correct foot form which means foot comfort White House Shoes fit the feet snugly without cramping and cover a large range of styles and lasts This gives every one Just the style he wants and at a popular price White House Shoes White House Shoes Men for Women f S35O SOO S300 S400 Kentucky Drills Vulcan Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A complete flue of furniture and stoves on installment plan Boat 28 gungo rod iron 3 orimpod reeling at 316 a square We want all your products at highest market price Bryantsvllle Kentucky or BeckerBallardCo t R 4 a 91 jr i r00000001 t t r 1 e4eeeeeaeeeP01 Ji W Morrow irndtintc Oi tlcliwU- laiieil rilltd JUtlnfactlon Uuatanteed Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Soil Forms on low Commission Titles Abstracted omen tlotim Office over H m to H 1 p m to 4 Btormei Drug Store 13 F Phone OS DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny I 1 hone 221 II t VVlI1r J j I 1 s DENTIST Office over Ml Arnold MIlllniTy H d County Surveyor PRUNE 22DJ omen corner Lexington SI end public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Ofllce over Police Court Phone 104 Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURA2TOELAN- CASTKR KHNTUCK- VM HOUSEBARBER Call In and get a Shave Hair Cut and North tide o Public Square Hot and Cold Baths PRICE will practice Dentistry at his IIOIIIP Klrhmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts H M DuncansShop Hot and Clean Steamed Towels and Sterllzed Razors Wo aprreclate trade and we are here to Stick to the old reliable Daiber with 23 yean of experience and a three chair shop Richmond street W T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references 1UULIU SALE heaving sold our store we will sell to tho bidder at the farm 41 miles of Lancas ter on Lexlnytoti on THURSDAY SEPTKIIUER 30 1000 at 10 oclock a m thlollowlni prop arty t year old rcafe 1 pair of work mules 3 milk pure Jersey heifers bred two meat log sow and seven pies about 75 burials of earn farm wauonv ono slide 2 disc 10000 tobacco sticks 1 rldlnjr cultivator 1 mower and hay rake 3 shovel plows 3 turning plows 1 ono horse corn two sets of plow tine of shop tools ono wheat oui A harrow 2 buuules 1 cart and kitchen furnl turo of ono cooking stove tile folding room suite 2 nearly new2 ox tension tables 2 desks and tlilims too numuious to mention TKUMS mado known on day of sale Capt Am Bourn Auctioneer lM72t KAUKIl 1UOTHKHS PINK PAlm IN UAUHAlll COUNTY SAM A blue opal illuated on new lke mar Iolnt ilx tulle south ol tt i located In good u lflg part ol Ilio John Walker tract J lib a liand om woitorr nc thereon with U nevvr lalllnit prltigi TKIMI Laud balauc and two year Jroinfijr o ale bvarluv its per teat r l until l riuui ooklu foritt bvUcapcaia write Qrttt W 0 WALI KB8ttolqr4 Kjr L I ij TIN LEY 1 11 i s l ER A S OlD oJOoooon 000 oo o coooo 0 I GO TO for stay an farm est Nort Lump e One 0 year o I I mess mare 1 7 cut 3 2 Jarrllwa double larnees S drill old consist 4 bed stout 1 1 WIIKh 1 and I ng tithe Fun line faun Jj Jar ler coat dug well bood new IIrOUII I tbul tugaauil Well wierI treat runs is rough I one lulu i i l II II K 1e u r II r J Slump 1 Y I ooe3Qooooooewooooooao- tt r i I your t highest and r dresser chili cs tilt r are1 acre acv all urceOatr oonewharts4- 0x10 and i sid Y Farm and Stock J V tlollzclaw boughnfi owes trout J V Itoblnsun at M pet lend T It Walker bought 30 from II K Henry nt 5 21 per head I For Rarjlf I Tho farm of M A In Bourbon county Junes Well front Warren Kogers 100 head of export cattlo that averaged lfil pounds per head for which ho paid 0 cents per pound S Farm For Sale 200 acres on pike near Ifcrurban i T llcndrlckson T H Robertson of Bethel sold tc a Bowling Orcen dealer Monday thirty two yearling mules at 1140 n head two yearlings for 8330 and a pair of work mules for 500 Winchester Democrat At the administrators sale of Ihrry Land In Faycite county lust week Ed Weathers of Bourbon county purchased 355 acres at 115 per acre and Jamer Evans bought tho 250 acre tract at tUO per acre Hurrodsburg Herald Feeding The Crops The noted mlilloimlre farmer David Ilanklti of Missouri says 1 have boon asked why I always feed nil 1 always say Unit 1 thud It prolltablo to teed It be cause In that way 1 can gut full value out of It and secondly I also gain an Immense amount of fertilizer and thou to haul my corn to the railroad to ship would bo a big job And fur titer 1 do not believe In selling raw material You see 1 run my business something on the plan of the manufacturing Industries of the country I want to sell tho tliilshed product and can do so only by feeding all I raise to stuck If by doing so 1 galu only an average of 100 a head our the cattle and hugs 1 feed you see 11 pays me But of course 1 expect to make more than that 1 would recommend to every far mer to feed Ida crops rather than haul the grain off the place My observa LIon Is that a great many farmers do not carry out their work as far as they can They sell too much raw mater ial and nut enough finished product It Is true there are years that tho re turn from a crop might bo greater bnt year In and year out It will pay you to feed all you raise Prof C H Eckels of tho Missouri Experiment Station has been making observations In the farm dairying line In the State The milk produced by the average Missouri cow lu a year says Mr Eckels will sell fur about 50 at the creamery or when made In to firstclass butter A good cow of the dairy breed will make at least 50 cash Income every year 1 have a list of about fifty Missouri farmers who report a cash Income of 50 to 100 a cow every year and these figures do not Include the Income from the sale of calves and pigs feu ou the skim milk says one milking Is a tremendous As a matter of fact It takes only sixty hour worth 15 cents an hour to milk a cow twice a day for ten months Last year the cash Income from the herd of Jersey cattle on tho college farm was 8250 a cow for butter sold and 1250 a cow for milk skimmed milk and calves making a total Income from each cow of 05 This year tho average Income per cow from the same source will be 100 for the entire herd of twenty eight These results do not come froth expensive or excessive treatment of any kind But they are tho result of the right thing at the right time In tho proper way Kentucky Farmer LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAHDB September IS Cattle nag Sheep Receipt 011 1762 18VJ Shipment 401 CATTLE Shipper J5WV3860 Extra OOU fl 75 Butcher teen extra 1X86 1U Oood tn choice 4 7 S7S Common to fair a 00 4 65- Itelf r extra 4 7 85 00 Good to choice 4 00 4 68 Common to Mir 2 aVSS7S- Cowi extra 4 J3 94 10 8 W4 Cummou to fair 300825C- nwieri 1 7S1 2S Until Ulognu 3068M Extra 3IOC437J 875 4 M CALVES extra l o- oFilrtoiood 7KX8B71 Common 4 W48 U HOGS i good packers and butcher 8 40C4 s M Mixed pKCkuri H 1598 40 ftlO 6 W Common to choice heavy fat A ooc 7 W- Ughtthlpperi 7 4 i 8 15- 1lKi 110 IU ami lent 4W4740- HIIKEltvxtra 4 3X44 W Good to choice iW94 60 Common to lair 1 7Ma 0- LAUDBi extra 1 WAI U Good tocholc 7X4740 Common to fair JtOOStO For Convalescents Little Invalids who aro on the to recovery but not yet out of bed are sometimes difficult to amuse Try putting a where It will rolled outside objects tn that tho little ono can she them It often proves a favchmtlng amusement A Hurry Up Call Quick Mr Druggist Quick A box of Huclclens Arnica Salve JIoroH U quarter For tho love of Moses hur rv Habys burned himself terribly Johnnie cut his foot with the axe Mamies scalded Pa cant walk from piles Hill has bolls and my duns ache She gut Hand cured all tho family Its the greatest neaten on earth Sold by R E HoRoberts 1m i WI t ewes Wn o nt Point Let ell sea J Elmore at The Un d hark usL Co 02V Ito mo ut- Nlchnlnliv ICy U 10 2 J G my curl and But tusk doing II Oood to elloleu 26 u hiGh- road mOlt E y i received line r p tIculnr farming n Fat bull ail large Stage sow looking slau S a Wo art wholesale Agents for Anderson Spillman Mills of Danville Kentucky and through nil good groceries we cull furnish ou with thou oxcelehl Flour Our Grist Mill is now in operation and we will do custom grinding on afternoons We will exchange at tiny time Our Meal is also kept for solo by all good grocorics This meal is mndo on old fashioned and is absolutely tho best that money can buy Our Star Brand Butter is it good You Know HENLEY V BASTIN Sale of Reid Otter Johnson Lee DANVILLE KY 2 1 09 The last Bid jets SabeIes i Golden Lad Golden Ferns Lad Golden Mon Plnisir Monas Glory World IrllO winner r Lambert Bre Contribute their to our 50 HEAD OF Jersevs The grandest close IhJrif dccend ant o hit double gradilre Golden Lad BMd like Ooldcu Tttni Lad UK progeny li not or Sure An Ideal and Prcpotcncc Improve any Herd Our Catalog and Col D L Perry will tell tho rest A M trains from Cincinnati Louisville Chattanooga and Knoxvllle arrive In time P M trains leave after sale Good Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Undo Sam where do you buy your COAL Alta days only ono placo to buy coal Boss and dats right wear I gits mine right down hnyah at do Lancaster Lumber Yards Red Star Coal at ICcts an de best lOc coal you ebor seen for do money lays not a clinker in it Dats right boss r i4tihl ii n thoRc n H ri n- h c tn Jt 1 t t 1 t t f 111 f rt I PT Fox Oonnns lormento ex IT SIre stir PedroSIr of U I by Ilaud null I Rio e of St Soli fIn ypo I u r AA I III C I got A ttAtA1tAt11tlAtlAjtAtlAttAt137ASr37gl7Ntttly3tt41ttl3tv3t9 1tlttulttlttlJi r 1 a11 alan t fronch burrs t r tt t7 t- Z 11 t ti Flying oft par O blood Deys Sanders Ll t UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity Embalming Oiltae on OIlIllIIe Street FULL LINE OF CASKETS ANti BURIAL KOBES ALWAYS I STOCK TEATEHSVILLK Creed II Simpson has pone to Nlcli olasvlllo to attend school Miss Allene Peel from Illinois Is vis Itlnir her grand mother Mrs Maria WearrenMr I Ray made a business trip to Lexington and Frankfurt last week Lightning struck tho residence of E H Ray Thursday night Mrs Clayton Wearren of Louisville has returned homo after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends hero Roy Heazley visited his mother at Somerset recently Living and Preaching It li unfortunate that so many ore atora of beautiful thins beautiful poetry beautiful music beautiful paintings dont live tho beautiful lives of thoso who cant create anything ox copt ono healthy lontlinonU Now York Evening Sun Tho demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney cure Pr Kings New Life Pills Is astounding U K MgRobertiaaya ho never saw the like Its because tney never fall to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indication Hlllousness Jaundice Sick UhllU and Malaria OulyMo Ins Co With Rush 0 45w A headache JJOUJINK with Mrs VU Hecker 01731 Have You Then watch It closely And above all thlncs dont let It suffer for any length of time with Is fatal If Its complexion gets yellow and patty If It Is listless cross or peevish tots thin sulfurs with llatu hence Whites Cream Verml loge rho only cure that never fails and has no bad effects Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Thought of a Philosopher Whon I platy with my cat who knows whether I do not make her moro sport than she makes me Montaigne So Would Seem An automobile for thin blind been Invented Heretofore the blind havo been running tho ordinary mako of car Minneapolis Journal Haa Eighty Turkey Mrs Ellora Sonnemakor Glasford III says My neighbors have lost all their young turkeys I have oluhty head of line llourbon Turkeys and I give them llourbon Poultry Cure In tho drinking water twice a week and have not lost any Sold by J R Mount Uo cM Josephine over millinery wl plcaso c I anti at nec us ABaby wormsthat give It It Allowing fu sotto hoe 0 I Apace below hradlnff li far the cielu ilto use ol out uliterlhof and U fur the sale of stock Rtaltt and such on farm an the farmer cannot alforit tn ndrcr tbs No notice be in ctti d four llnei and will bonnljrlti two lures ol the A tow Itmds of sheen fellow corn for at 1260 per barrel W K Moss 1 have a lot of loud seed rye for sale Minuet Ward H V I No 3 lax 14 I have for sale must any limo 2 lo 1 Jersey cows I thicker Paint Lick Ky WantcdQiazlng yearling cat tlo node 10 two year old cattle nr nay part of them Phone U II Ledford or write 7 T Illcc Hlclimond Ky FliATWOOl I W II Purr bought sow nnd Hvo pigs fur 1 00 from Joo Hurnsldo Moso bought of Hub Murphy two sows and pigs 2100 Muse Lawson sold to J K Hammonds I cattle for Kd Porlwood heath tho mlsfcrtuno to cut his tout badly wlillo culling pules a few days ago Mrs Ada Manning who has been very sick for Mime weeks Is reported tube Improving Mrs Mil Pence of Missouri Is vis Illng rclallves In this neighborhood The Good ope Sunday school elec ted Jesse W lialrd to act as superin tendent In place of Alfred Offcns resigned Tho road hands on tho road front Lawson School House to tho Flat woods are converting the dirt road In to a turnpike Misses Ylrglo Worrell and Myrtle Cormnor report an enjoyable tlmu on their trip to the Mammoth Cave To Bo Happy you must have irood health You cant have good health If your liver Is not doing Its duty slow but sure poisoning Is going on nil too time un der such circumstances Mallards Hcrblne makes a perfectly healthy liver keeps tho stomach and bowels right and acts as a tonic f r tho en tire system Sold by R K McRoberts PUBLIC SALK OP LIVID STOCK slaving decided to stop breeding stuck J will on THURSDAY SKPTEMHKH 23 00 at 10 oclock a m at my placo one half mile Huunu Vista Ken fiifbv Twenty brood farm mares of size and rci far breeders with 18 mule colts by amc Homo 2 or 3 wean Thug by Hill nttls lered bA Chief One of these hitS produced 3 fouls to 4 yours old for M 00 350 00 ai 76000 trod all suddlu bred Some of cults arc registered 15 yearling mules averaged at wean lug 55 Indies about 5 horse inulis and 10 mares 15 from yearlings to S years old will have U or seven colts by sldu by day of sale Some of sire by King Giant 6 work mules front 2 to 7 years old 1 live year old gelding 1 family marc 0 years ol t broke In Lexington safe for any child or old person to meet anything from an autu to steam en sell bo as safe an as lives In harness have two of sumo qualities or would not part with her old Mack Jack hands high weighs pounds by J K Haughmans 2nd Napoleon best JackOneHilly a noted mule and jcnntt Jack heads a nerd of Indiana 1 five year old Stud ov cry Clnof roistered a number one breeder 1250 pounds hands Otto by Great land eligible to register I two old by Roundelay by Red Wilkes 1 ono Clark I one year old by full brother to 1 ono old by McKay Medi um by Happy Medium Ill colts by J T UuguolH horse C year ling heifers 2 two old steers 1 fat hoofer milk cows two havo calves 230 will weight and at dc livery 1 Sweep Power good as new for teed 1 feed cutter 1 three horfto cutting harrow on wheels several arm Implements 1 Break Curt cost 55 now good condition TERMS Eight months flute with rt nf T for curb Free Lunch a n nuiiLB WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest price paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS and Hens Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber lF Ill farmer over silo U torO Lawson 0000 II I latof sell the following I III tilll die cu btu jomery cu N Out that surd I thano 11 lie herto an- Imal 101 Ireckln lie at t MI tell uL his Iii high all two year old Chesau say to rrillitor I yeC old ear year JQullen It Earl vearllnu lies 3 horse ts 2 yearling ar cow 3 011 tat fur delivery 200 unndll tw h c I Ins per from title 1 per cent J e eeeeeoeeeeeseeevoeee COLU1JeeeeeoeereeeNe things well Iteenafree ofrherge fur a I persona i rest i bests y Iles tC eligible Cliesnutlllly c jersey1 hugs will an Inter sal IL B1Nortllcott1 1 NO oune FOR BALDNESS PHYSICIAN OK NATIONAL REPUTATION STATES BALDNESS IS NOTA DISEASE It Inn wellknown fact that moro charlatanism Is rampant today on the iubict of the scalp unit lialr than ix Iftlit concerning any other subject rx copllug prologs connimptlon Ir Nott says Among the thointitnds of cases that Inane passed under my In npoctlon I IIIITU seen but very few au thenticated whom baldness IIM been treated of course It nmoiiK the put cut that would accompllsii Unj result wo would know of It and at least try It 80 far is restoring hair to color or promol hog length of the hair thatll ail other mutter The jIlaii hoer He Btoror for instance will restore gray hair to Us natural color 1 have used It In hundreds of Instances without falling In u single case 1 have used the Hair Tonic as well very often nod clTcctunlly to ciicoungo the growth of n luxuriant crop of hair to remove dandruff etc but I have us u single case of baldness that hiss been cft cltially treated without having to resort to u general hygienic treatment In connection with standard like fur Instance Q Iran Hair ihd the Hair Tunis I havofauiKLtliem to bo very ulTcctunl assistants Ur Nutt ud mlu and Inslstk ibAt to produru a lux nrluntgrowthltiLTialr to restore gray hobs euro and diseased scalps by Hlmply ob serving of health and using Qllan Hair Uestorer and Tome hut fur bildneis there Is as a rule no cure although sunup remarkable exceptions may be noted Q Han Hair ItoUorcr and Tonic wo understand can bo hind now ut all druggists put up ready for use with full directions givers the appli cation U K McRoberts recommends and sells these preparations If you aro gray haired or your hair Is commencing to fade you Din have tho first full size 60c boltlg by send ing 12o In postage to IIvsxIgKIUs Drug Co Memphis Tennessee criers Garniture II Is n natlsfactlnn to wear deep mourning when tho deceased leaves one money to pay for It from An Adventure In Exile by Richard Dotty The Immortal Two women wore standing recently before soma original torsos of In an art museum not tar from Iloi ton Alter Ritilug at the marbles for tome momenta ono of tho women was heard to remark to her companion Must Have the Wishbone A Connecticut man gleefully an nounccs that ho has succeeded n duck which has no Nobody who has over carved n duck will object to title new variety but tho ambitious Connecticut man should be warned that any attempt to produce n chicken without a wish boon will bo roscntod by several mil lion children to say nothing of I Jake Gone Dry How Is your business since tho town went was asked tho well known German barber who answered In his characteristic manner Yen tills town vas wetted pccsness vas goof plendy of pcesnesi Yen the town vent dry und L vent on wetted pcesncss vas rollings Now the peas ness Is gout HO long as I get In leas with tho town and go dry myself pcssnpss picks up at voncc stud my razors run smooth and everybody UH pleased and prag about my vork dry now town and tho two drys go Uric together If 1 got yet von night pecsiifss drop end all to pieces and overydlngs goes wrong side In My adwlco Iss for everybody to stop getting vetted and sill Iss happy us tho goose In do tofu story vlndor Ex BAD STOMACH Many In Lancaster are Doing Thor oughly Purified by Ml ona the Guaranteed Cure Indigestion People of Lancaster who suffer from other Rlomach troubles are getting tired of taking prepara tions coulalnlng pepsin because pep sin simply digests the food trtltlclully Pepsin relieves It never cures And remember pepsin only digests animal food It has no cffccton starchy food such IM potatoes rice bread etc Mlona cleanses and punllcs tho stomach and bowels and tones up and outs energy Into tho stomach walls so that they properly mix the food with tho natural digestive jukes of the sumachMlunn tablets quickly stomach from Its Inaction and In a few days It H able to do Its work east raid without exertion There will bo no moro sour stomach formontallon of food dlwlness sick Headache belch hint of gas or foul breath Mlo tin only curtly a largo box and U guaranteed by R E Mo Roberts to euro dypcpslu sea or car sickness vomiting of pregnancy and atonmch sickness resulting trait over Indulgence of tho night before or money back lams catarrh or money hick Just Imtntho it in ov 4J 4 t THAT IN nAnE CASES IIIJtCC fullY there 1111 oiedreine IIIthllllt lid JlhUl to rccyrd loll ctM ntirtsR Is quit puttibte the rws all to To think that they were once level Llro grownups drill Ill for dyspepsia und arouse the 60 InhullJll t wUlet ow d r itstiulc yet Restorer lie gods inbreeding breastbone Inns like the costs flYOMl bru trot Mullbek Kl8 JuJUWftdleKic itmrnli l the flatrafd Sir cnlt Court tnct ff l at Its Jnne Irrm In Uditctlonlii Xlailrr tfofiimln MONDAY IT i w Ift rdi Ilioliotiti at 10 a w and a 1 til It 1 Ills Uuunlr Court iliir tell at the ttmirl lldnid toot In Unninlrr larrard on nl r Kj In the htxlimt and best bidder the lollnnlhg ilrncrlh td real l lh and bilnv In Couhtr Kf sod II coni u nl of two troFli Trail No I l Oif Ihu ualrri ol VliiloAlok rctk and on the Hniilh side ol tin lUfcmohd and l incailrr lnrii lke and It at lows of ft branch jmni h jrnA hickory oln lr th iu M3 W US rliiu a sake ami Iliotn hush cot ir to Wintdlci Ihcnci with said V li f H M K croolnpf a branch at 1714 ale n alUISO to a take n new c f In Him to Win Writ thenco with U K 1191 Chaliii InHttakriinTliaYuiillKlileol a branch cnr mriolt Ktonui tlicnco said Conn N M W lUG chnlni to a stake N T K 276 chain tn a corner la laid tonn suit Mlllurd OtlKif nu itlieiiie will sail lxirn a V iXrh lin to a tour corner lo OiborneHCOW loMcli lin to a ulaku on the Nut ilduola lane corner at Illclimnud lad Uiir ilrinriiik th nrelalllnKlmtne tlal If Into ald ilke and with middle ol tame H Wloochafi to Sir Silly McCormick these truing Iho pike and with Mid UclUiriulckillnvHCI be gushing coiualuliiR lour and one ijiiar Tract No t It tonndl- lritlntiltiK t a ilak- Ml Vrrnon toad Mckarjr liinii ihlfl Try thence wlili fl a follow rf In use Lancailrr and 11 piilo A 41 Wmt Iron a Jt a ctirnrr to K JI Krn U Wlltntill i W inr H ULTai Milra to rust sod on the top N t Wllnmlfi lln seine N M E IIM polei lo containing 1 the nut land conveyed 10 Wrddle dr eai d bjr J i e riugleton on Kvbriiirir Jlth liT deed ul record In larrard Ooiintr rlirttonicf two tracts of land will be sold xparatr Ijr tftld alt It made for the iir o e of dla Irlbullon of Ihe rnf rvdt along tile ialntllli and derendanli ai their reipcctlie may i r- TKRMH niadonacredllol land It month and Ihe urcha r will b repaired lo vir ulebood tiaalil rlh rntllr to the Matter Comulnloner for eald urcha monejr bvarlUK crcent Inlrttit per annum frumdaliiof Mlcualll ald upou which cutluii maf iMucll at niluiltx the tne the force and t of a Judc man A Urn will al a be retained the land sold for the payment of tnoupjr J U HOT 1 V KM Master oemr Oarrard Circuit Oeutt W I Wllllamt Atljr for plalnlllf This Aug Hlti KM PUBLIC SALE llarlni told MX farm 1 wilt to iho Jtlih ol and brit bldileriat rajr Itria Nil North of M Crearjron lliitUutatKr and lluek WKDNKHIUY 8KITKUniit Wad at IB oelook a m the loHowlwr enonal Uneajrrarold hone 1 See year old aihlle I toad year old that bai pruten lo b a ioe1 mul morel I site j r old Iwtnm Mart I two year old hortej t arlln has I iwiklliir toll work lo a oW 9 gw r rllii J cl t MMlAjraf oldjenuet with c 1t brbtr U year old JetlNet In I three year old nul IH t two year old Jcnnvli Jertvjr and calm milk com I 1 dry m U good ilutrt yearling I Jet r bull lu barrel ol new corn limn hold and kltebtii lurulniie and laruilnir mrntiTKHMS All lUtni ol test dollars or under cash all sums ten douse the pnrchaier to glee nole note to b duo January J t 110 and to b r interest at cent pet aniium ins turlljr till paid audio tie orfotlahle and at the larrarO hank Co of Lan calrr Kentucky J W HILL Cream Vermifuge r 1 ti01111111nstO11O1 Hnlo Or Clkreit I liT of rtr9 slmct f t I property rl born Ilh lAIlIL Lark n I I chain 7 f tune oj J 1 II lie N 71 Mf J III j tet owed and sal road the usouth of a I lie sag Nosal a S I J a to II with H one rood r pole toll 11 I drew boa right timid sale III he rood e having ulo n the porch J turnpikeon fay l family mire mule yak Ide I II over with 0001 urI the rate of sir per from j j heal j 7IItTES V infiiiO- AkIIAhO Cottlsr noels yeas r heft virtue use shoes d when NlmirH Beetle tart td fob JteghmlugatatakearttheP s r sd esta hits wills Comers use acre nelyIformerly hence Ie j Iii a bill Skuw1lt ate ridges theists totes In stone ace the b Iuuni acres anti Sold ear net psli rae sEt a sell half 1 eye property family mare 9 a from 2 years 1 teal real sow 2 steers abe Raid raid payable t THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC tlWAKt Of IUITTIOMt fTNI eiNumt rucMaiD ONLY it- BallardSnow Liniment Ce BT Louse M- OMclloborts Drug Store M Drilling IIiving a firtclias StoRm Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them any dcbth Nor further information write J E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky FOLET HONEY TAR Moaa ooutfb a ad It la lung KILL tne COUGH AND CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr Kings New Discovery I I J i j s h e FOR C THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY J 1 gesr I lima Trial Bo AND ALL THROAT AND OUAHANTK 0 8ATISVAOXOH OR MONEY KKPUNDKD H K McKouerts Drug Sore LUNG TROUBLES 1 1 S r