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J xWJNrrkrlf 1RAA THE CENTRAL RECORDpunt LANCASTER KY SEPTEMBER 21 won IWL111Uh UNTAU4VJSIIEU R1ruCIlACl ANN lOOn aOV1WNUmT FlU JAY d 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 j Ir 1- II i i I I I I o I Etc I Mr Davo Thompson linn been on the sick list but In well enough to bo out again If you need uln Scs see Or CL rue many friends of Sam Johnson Jr regret to learn of Ills Illness und hopo for hlH speedy recovery Dr Hurnott has been appointed ns n delegate to meet with the AntlTu bcrculosls Society In Lexington Sep tember 20th The W 0 T U Convention meets In Lexington October 1 nnd Mosdomes 8 D Cochran and Funnlo Farra will bo the delegate from here Mr J 1 Hamilton has furnished of flees In Front West side of Public Square In the most Improved style where he will solicit Lifo Fire und Accident Insurance Mrs Hamilton will have chaw of the office acting as bookkeeper Think to the Tho ladles of the Womans Club have taken It upon themselves to as slat In the good work of up the town by hiring hands and putting them to work on the public square When they have taken this much In terest In the looks as well UH the tan Itary condition of our city surely the property owners should appreciate their effort by doubling tho force now at work On Thursday night September 10 Mrs Martha S Leak dlcd at her home near Lancaster of a complication of diseases Though she had to cnduio great suffering she did so with pa Hence and won victory over pain and died In peace without a struggle Mrs Leak wasa rcsidcntof Virgin la having moved to Kentucky In 1801 She united with the Missionary Hap tlst church at the ago of fifteen years and lived a consistent Christian until death ended her noble life Mrs Leaks service was often re quired by her neighbors In helping tho sick and attending at the death bed of her departed friends Such ob ligations as these she was ever ready to fulfill and no duty was too hard to perform where the result was benefi clal to her relatives and friends She was a good woman and will be greatly missed by her sorrow stricken friends May her example bo a guide to tho living Funeral services were conducted at the grave Friday afternoon by Rev O P Hush and the remains were laid rest In tho Lancastercemptcry A Friend J I f I tho Blue latest nnd I L t Lk r L I L I L I L r L I I I 0 at the 1 ig U hotel 1 ay Sep tomber Ii Ladles tot School shops 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 H T LOGAN 4V J I 0 I j j 1 I p f J f Jr j f 1I a d h Those who prdfer having their eyes tested at can do so by no tlfying Iliolork nf tho Kengurluir hotel Oculist and Optl ciao will at tho Kenitnran llolei Tuesday SoplctttberSSlh Good Judo When a bargain conies up before Ciipt Am lloiirno he never falls to take It In Ho purchased a house and tour acres of lend on Danville pike near lilt hume from W T Sutton for 11400 Embroidery Club On Tuesday afternoon tho Embrold cry Club was entertained by Mrs M Walker at her beautiful country hone Ncarly all of the members were present and a most enjoyable after noon was spent by all Raised HI Hot J Hogau Dullard of Hryantsvllle ID one of the must conscientious auto moblllsts In this fcecllon of the court try On his war from Lexington last week ho ran down and killed a hen and Instead of going on unmindful of the grief of of that hen ho immediately stopped got out picked up the unfortunate fowl and rung the dour bell of the house nearby A woman opened the door aril he began to talk saying 1 am very sorry to Inform you that I have unintentionally killed this hen of yours und staled he was will to pay all dimage but tho wood lady says I am so much oblige to you I have been trying to catch that hen for three days to cook for dinner and I never could lay a hand on tho pesky thing Thank you sir thank you So he raised his hat and said you are entirely welcome Nlcholasylllc Tribune J A Advance Ninety five fir cent of Its church families and membership contributive to the cause of annual benevolences with over forty per cent advance over tho preceding year Ninety per cent Increase In Sunday School enrollment of pastorate three hundred pet cent advance In circulation of religious In homes with valuable ad ditions to membership of the re port of tho pas turate of the M E Church South to tho annual of that body representing obe hundred pastorates and thirty thousand membership A complete directory of membership with full fiscal exhibit of church ad ministration for tho past year pre pared by the pastor and to be placed In each church family has just been completed In the oillce has received special commuiid from our bankers und business uncut something all churches should servo fur member shut Dr Pcurco has been cordially called to tho pastorate for the corning church year A Truo Democrat Millard F Uout who recently bought the J M Martin place on the Nlcliolusvlllo pike and moved to It from Garrard county tells the Gazette that two young men called at his home Thursday and told him they were taking a poll of the county What for ho asked To see how many arc going to vote the fusion ticket was the response Well you ureafter tic wrong man said Mr Rout I will not have a veto here as I will not hero long enough but If I had been hero COO years I would not vote for such a lay out as that I am u Democrat The young men went away sorrowful for their hopes were highThose who know Mr Rout say that a better Democrat never lived In Gar rard or any county than lie Ho was a wheel horse for the party there and will be hero Ho Is tho kind of a This Is true to the letter as no bet ter Democrat over Mlllard Resolution Whereas God In his holy and all wise providence has called from our midst our beloved daughter Mrs Elizabeth Duty who has been oillcer of tho Mary Walker Price chapter of tho United Daughters of Confederacy BIDCO Its organization six years ago 1st ire It resolved and recorded that wo subunit to Ills will In this us in all things While wo shall miss her counsel and assistance and sorrow to thinly that wo shall nut see her face In tile world again we thank God for sparing her to us so long Wo rejoice her char meter peaceful end und her abut dent ontranco the life eternal 2nd Wo bear testimony that us mother wlfo und Christian her battle of was bravely fought i her relation In arh wins faithfully tilled her race was nobly won 3rd In hot Heath tho Mary Walker Price Chapter U I U lost a faith ful tutu who watfovor willing und utllolent In her service und whoa culled In u largo way was found devoted und loyal to hut cause of tho South Ith That we extend to the boreav ed family our deepest sympathy und pray that God In his mercy bind up broken hearts and lead them tu too Unlit through the deep That u copy bo Kent In tho family ono to the i Quo to the Confederate Yoteruu recorded In limo minutes of our chap ter Committee Mrs Fanny Mrs Sam Mrs Ed Price Mrs F I Friable Mrs K U Galncs i heir nines 1 rllill t d wners lug Goad Is Lancaster McKendreo C iference rncethig lit 1 Sept 22 and Mr have tbeen citizen who helps any community lilt Lea ell Ian Ih 1 lie tenderly list literatures Is1y Iii cuuri other Gazette lived thai life gloom anti y Lcnnlo Miller of the HKCOKU force Is sick wo Data nothing more serious I than love Dr tg wjll Ken tembcr 28th scs should not j have their eyes tested Much Interest Is being manifested In the revival services at the Baptist church are attending and tho sermons by Uov 0 W Elsey are productive of much good Three hundred lives were lost and 110000000 worth of property destroy ed In a tidal wave following a terrific gulf storm along the southern coast of Louisiana Tuesday Holt cholera costs farmers of the i United States 110000000 annually uc cording to estimates presented at tho closing session of tine Interstate Asso j elation State Hoards of Livestock j Commissioner in Chicago t The Children of tile Family I Tho Sick On last week U M West wasstrlck en with paralysis He has lingered to t this tine Thursday without any marked change and Is still In a crltl cal condition j Miss Alma Lawson who has had ty phold fever fur some time Is not any better at press hour pneumonia hav I hIll developed i Oratory j lion Horve Helm delivered a speech at Danville on Wednesday on the oc casion of laying the corner stone of the Government building for which ho worked so faithfully In Congress which was replete with oratory and good thought Tho fund for the build Ing was properly appropriated as Dan ville Is a thriving and prosperous city full of business enterprises and with Institutions of learn lug School Twenty new pupils were enrolled during the past week Mr I D Austin of has recently moved to Lancaster to edu Cato his children Mrs Austin tells us that six other families from her homo will soon move to some town where they can have the advantage of a good school Let It be positively known that wo are going to erect a modern school building with first class equipments and we may have these six families and tlfty others perhaps make their hume In our town Mr Elmorc Mr ISatson and Mr Cochran of tho School Board were with us Wednesday afternoon are determined to look after health of the clilldrenund accordingly have arranged to have the entire school kbulldlng scrubbed cyery two weeksFour of our last year graduating class are entering higher Institutions of learning this full Floyd Swopo has entered Transylvania Dan ElkIn becomes a student In Phillips Academy of Andover Massachusetts Sue Anna Lear is at Hamilton Col lege and Nancy Walker will bo as a student to Randolph Macon College for Women at Lynchburg Va Miss Anderson took the second and third grade pupils for a visit to tho shoo shop on Friday There they ob served the work the materials and tools used and gathered other facts upon which they will report la their language work this week Miss Sanford will take third and fourth grades for un excursion In Nature Study on Wednesday afternoon of this week The pupils of these grades organized a Blue Ribbon League with Alice Rlg nay for president and Dalton Rich secretary nod treasurer On each al ternate Friday afternoon they will spend an hour In giving readings and recitations They expect through their League to procure some books and pictures for their soon A gold medal has been offered to the pupils of the High School In order to n friendly competition and co oporutlon In this years work The plan Is this Tho students are divided Into four groups tho average grades of these groups for lust year being ap proxlmatoly the sumo The medal will bo given to the best student of which the average grade for tho year shall bo the highest In this way tho Individual pupil who hopes to win not only what strive to excel but ho must encourage all the members of his group to help nuke the group standing as high us possible In u for u the ruse narrows down to some four or live of tho bright cut pupils but In a contest such as we ml tun tinmi the Interest of every student und to rouse everyone to u In his own group secure bettor work from ovary member of the High Schcol nitrnns nf Iho to visit us see what their own children doing In school Your coming will be an encourage ment to path touchers and D W Bridges Principal Sick Chicken Mrs John F Wagers Richmond About a month ago quits a h number of my chickens were sick with distended craws and I thought sure they would all die 1 gaye them bun Poultry Cure and never lost a chicken Sold by J II Mouot Co W N o IIr y The to uecd full i I I t Card o hanks l We desire t tank our frle d and l- lIelllhb s w Ind us dur l Inlf the 11 ss std deal our blessed f mother rll Leak blessed famous Notes Pllint Lick TheyI University admitted contest to enlist Again wo Invite the s botararhn i largo crowds wereso z rouse rid and Cares hour Superior and Kentucky See the Mogul Wagon and the Osborne Harrow Best on the Market Jot ctl I D I 100 q OqSgLfgaq qtgtfgaqttqliqfLpttqat4 ct3 G4tiSt7l CloSOLo3 i i1a + General News Commander Robert E Perry landed at Sydney N S Tuesday and was tendered u public reception of sumo pretensions Ho made n speech to tho populace and was toted by the public onicluls of tho little seacoast city Tho Winchester agreement made by the Burley tobaccogrowers of the State was ratified by tho olllcers of the American Equity and tho Burley Tho entire crop Is to bo with tho Harley Society under the agreement Thu union of forces will save millions to the growers It Is tutu Tho ovation tendered Dr Cook citizens of his home city at Ills ar rival tiara was wild happy and joyous When he leaded In Brooklyn crowds were so large that tho mulltla and po lice worn barely silo to keep down a riot so eager wore they to embrace tho explorer The will of Edward II Harrlman was tiled at Goshon N Y The es tate U bequeathed to hU widow Mary W Harrlman It Is understood that Mr Harrlman provided for his children before death Tha estate Is estimated to bo worth from 475000 000 to 1100000000 Rival propositions to carry tho malls from Chicago to Souffle In have been submitted to tho Department by tha Great Northern Railway Company and by the Chicago Milwaukee and Paul railroad Such an accomplishment as U proposed would clip sixteen hours th societies pealed bye littyslz Post atllco Sir r j A r rvarssa J HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on I trStrSll Old u 1 Sc rwgxqlq q q qaq q qqq kaAA1sadaz5iAl 47 WAGONSWith new improvements makes them the strongest and lightest running WAGON on the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky oil the present schedule for the 2200 miles The contract Is worth 87000 000 Clarence LcHus president of the Burley Tobacco Society Issued a card from Lexington In which ho relin quished all claims to tho bonus of 000 which was voted him by tho dis trict board of tho Society at tho of the attempt to pool the lOOn crop of Burley tobacco President Lebus said ho turned back tho bonus In order to remove all obstacles In tho way of making this years pool a sac cess Hlshop William George McClcskey for years loud of the diocese of Louisville und the oldest bishop In the hierarchy of hue Cuthollo Church In America died at the Preston Park Seminary September 17th Dr W O Roberts tho attending physician could not assign any de Unite malady as tho cause of tho prelates death but said It was lust a weakening of vital forces Thou entire Catholic world Is mourning tho death of tho grand old man All previous records wore surpassed Thursday lush In attendance at the State Pair The oillolul figures for time number of people who passed through the gates were 35000 It was Kentucky day und Press day An ad dress wis trade by Goy Augustus V Wilson at the annual convention of the Kentucky Good Roads Association Ono hundred soldiers whu worn mak lug preparations for a sham battle narrowly escaped heath by nwchlnw tutu a string of dynamite 100 feel long 10 outset that f forty ono r t h 1Ii CENTRAL KECOlltISn- URl VKRKtY 1100 A YXAIt F S HUGHES EdrPubr Member Ky Prats Association And Eighth District Publishers League LnncaMer Ky September 24 1009 Rater For Political Announcements For fiO- OKorOountT Olllce1 1000 District Offlces 1600 Fur Call per 10 Fur CnrcK per tine 10 Fur all publications In I ho Inter cut of Individuals expression of Individual views per line 10 OHIMinrH per lino Oft Jrau UIIIt lrecillct and City UOlces Stnto and II lie r M it- i 14 ZiIerrdallMPo1UQle U itawter AraN- etuad t1ar1 1s I 1 u u I F Ir Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M 0 Saufley For Commonwealth Attorney Chas A lliirdln For State Senator U li Hubble Fur Representative J O lioglc Fur Circuit Clerk V II Mason For County Judge A I Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Oeo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Louan Ison For Magistrate District No 1 J P Uource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the Republican party of Uarrard county 1 am the noml non for County Attorney mid will ap predate your support I D lion Champ Clark the fol lowlni piece of political history which should encourage all good Democrats and cause them to be true to their partyIn the Fiftyninth Congress the Republicans had a majority In the House or 114 In the Sixtieth Con grass they tied a House Majority of 6 In the present House their majority Is only 47 So that even a blind man can see that the current runs against them Holding all the seats that we now have we must ualn only 24 In order to control the next House Surely the tarlil fiasco ought to lve us not only 24 seats now held by the Republicans but twice 24 Indeed the bill dell ance of public opinion such a thwart log of public desire that we ought to have us big a majority In the Sixty second Congress as we had In the Flftvsecond when even New England sent more Denacrats than Republl cans to the House art fruits of the McKlnloy bill History lies a mruuge and Instructive way of repeating it selfA few figures may servo to elucidate the situation and here they are There are 10 Republican members whose pluralities are below 1000 nine whose pluralities arc below 2000 and above 1000 and eighteen whoso plu ralltlcs are below 3000 and above 2000 That makes 40 all told With the current running against them not a of the 40 Is certain of re election When they think of the PayneAldrlcu tarlil bill and then of the first Tuesday after the first In November lulu the cold chills creep up and down their spinal col umnsOne other tiling Is quite likely to help us In 1010 In any event the Senate will remain Republican till 1013 When the beneficiaries of the PayneAldrlch bill reflects upon that fact and upon the fuithcr fact that they will hold the White House till March 4 1012 they may conclude that there Is no sense In their wealth In electing a Republican House In 1010 and therefore leave Republican candidates to puddle their own canoes Democratic prospects are Improving every hour Judge M C Suutley of Stanton has been an Interested visitor In cir cult court this week He Is one of the attorneys In the Gray will case He Is very popular In Danville and both Ro publicans and Democrats usU slder the candidacy of Judge Herndon of Lancaster us u joke Kentucky Advocate Those familiar with the conditions assert that It ho makes the race he will be defeated by a majority hith erto unknown In tho Judicial District Pile world Is still discussing the discovery of tho North Pole and the majority very properly give the hone or to Ur Cook It Is conceded that the account of the exploration of Peary confirms thin statements of Dr nook and ha will always be given the honor of staking the discovery even It 1onrv went to the poll after ho did which M not likely Only ono discovers discloses or sees Urst however many may ieo afterward The people hero and at Hubble will yUdly learn that Dr E II will have charge of the congre nle IlIl1l1lns gives a Monday rule COli I till 7c u r t i t i i l l 1 r i 3 t r Payne Aldrluh Is ouch ci 1 i St man it bquanderl cr I 11 t 5 Y fear r sag ce Rations of the Methodist church hero nnd there Refcrcnco I mado In this Issue to Ills work an pastor Ho M hl hly qualified and his pure constant and unirolllOi Curls tint nervlco hiss endeared him to tin people of all In the death of Governor John A Johnson of Minnesota the nation sot tern a great lass lie was three llmrs elected governor and It was thought by many thnt ho would have been tin ilomoarutlo nominee for President In iu lu mo people and nbbvo all to the prlncl pies of eternal right made him at once a leading national character Pima nation stands sadly in Head of such men whohold right HOOVO might Prtsldent Taft said at St Paul that ho Joined In the prayers that the life of Governor Johnson bo spared because ho Is a man that the State nod Nation cannot afford to lose This Is an honest confession coining from one who docs not agree with tho Governor on tho leading of the day Truly tho people do need such men as Johnson but ho lien on Tucs day Mr Clarence Lebus hUll announced that he will not claim the 810000 bo nus and the Hurley Society and the Society nf Equity have joined Inter iMts In thin years pool of tobacco These facts will encourage those who furor limo Pool nod as It will bo tilT or on October 1 It behooves the Ktowerri to think and act quickly President Tafl Is making u tour of many thousand miles during which he U speaking tu tho dear people patting on the back and defending the Tariff bill which Is destructive to the Interests of the masses He Is certainly electioneering fur the second t rm We are glad to note that the State Fair was a full and complete success over 100000 people having attended and the vast resources of Kentucky were brought to light In a glowing manner The meeting of Commercial Clubs at Lexington was well attended and steps wero taken to create a unity of I nl res ts and encourage Immigration and the Investment of capital In Ken Judge S W Hager has purchased the Owensboro Inqulrerand will make a red hot Democratic paper he competent to du so In an excepta ble manner A Burglar In Town his name Is had cough He doesnt care for gold or silver but he will steal your health away If be pears In your house arrest him once with Uailardd Horehound may mean consumption If you dont A cure for all coughs colds and chest troubles Price 25c COc and 81 00 per bottle Sold by McRoterls 1m 1JUKNA VISTA Hollls Spoonamoie of Wllmorc spent Sunday with his sister Mrs John Johnson Mrs Hugh Christopher spent last week with her parents In Lexington Rev E B Hill Is at Mavsvllle attend lug conference and Uv P J Russ Is In attendance at Paris rare oc cn ranc for both conferences to at the stone lime Dr Gill pastor of the Baptist church at Danville will lecture here Friday evening Subject The Land of the Caesars M s Fanny Bryant of Qryantsvllle was u week end guest of Mrs Robinson A F Scott bought of W G Christ pher one horse fur 1135 Howard Asklns visited relatives In Louisville and attended the fair Miss Maymo Uaslln and brother of Lancaster spint Sunday with the family of Albert Skinner Charlie Robinson visited relatives at Versailles lust week Clots Scott of Mercer was a visitor hero last week Mrs Askins of Louisville will ar rive this week for a visit to the fain fly of J W Asklns Misses Uesslo Brown and Jennie Gulley of Lancaster spent Sunday with Miss Cora Poor Miss Margaret Robinson Is visiting her sister Sirs Spllman at llarrods burgJames Hurnldot of Richmond was u guest of J J Pour lustTuesday night J W Asklns has engaged his hogs to J U ruble at 10 75 Will Scott sold a bunch hogs to Victor Lear at The Road To Succors has many obstructions but none so desperate as poor health Success demands health but Electric Hlllers Is time greatest health builder world has ever known It corn peU perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches time blood and tunes qnd Invigorated the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant to slight Electric Hitters If weak rundown or sickly Guaranteed by R E Molloborts 1m 1MVANTHYILLK llryaqtavllle Ky i i i r j 3 r 1012 ills loyalty Ida party Issues declared A ldrich tuck It Syrupy n E Its a convents t 7 All ow sag M Jos udllinory II plellse with AIr O Uecker today lilT nd do ease l ILr i rqw Mi elsewhere CIlOltiIflhiIltt bus bug a 4 Sal h a loner t e I Ana sot uuco U 17 4 tin Only G All ow ng b a Joseph no nor coaled h r Illlaory wl c and soft wltb Ma U Beck r e pat Ito Gu all MT HKIMON A series of meetings conducted Jhy Rev J 1 Wills of Wllllnmstown be gun at this place Tuesday Messrs Sam Duncan nnd Marina Montgomery soul to Mr Lowry Speaks some ryo at 1100 Per bushel Mr and Mrs Johnson Speaks wore made very happy on the 21 lust by tho arrival of an 8 pound buy christened Slips Edward Mcssrn John Vandorpool A 0 Montgomery and little daughter were with relatives Lexington last week Mrs Silas Moberly of Stone spent of last week with her daughter Mrs Johnson Speaks D 0 Montgomery and wife were with their uncle Shelton Teatcr near Hohon Mercer county unit Saturday and Sunday Mrs ft A has returned from a weeks visit with children In Mercer and Bugle county Leo Grow and wife were the guest of Mr DennlsScott and family Sunday MM Hendrlckson of Orchard Grove spent Sunday with homo folks To Bo Happy you must have good health You cant have good health If your liver Is out doing Its but sure poisoning Is gulag on all too lime such circumstances 1 Hards- Herblno orates a perfectly healthy liver kelps the stomach slut bowels right and acts us a tonic tho system Sold by R E McRoberts JIUOKKYK Miss Lennie Preston of Stone via Ited Miss Lucy DIckerson part of last week Miss Nannle Long has returned home from u visit to her friend Miss Agnes Miles Misses Ruth Asklns Mabel and Lula Crulcutlold visited Mrs Nora Teeter the first of last week Mr J M Atnun and wife and Mr H Ray and wife visited Mr and Mrs Hob Lung Sunday Mesdames It I Burton and Forest Stapp have returned to their homes after a weeks stay In Crab Orchard Mrs Ray and grand daughter Katie Mae Dlckirson visited Mr Ray and wile of Madison the first of the week Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray attended the State Fair ut Louisville olio visit to her sister Mrs Wool ford Raney of LaGrange while on their j mrney Dr Notts letter aroused a storm of protest Sticks stoutly to state mont Offers to put up money to back his opinion In u recent Issue of this paper Dr Noll whose tame Is a matter of oat recognition stated that there was no cure fur bald tics An opinion which U evidently shared by all otherwise the numerous concerns to cure bald would be What Dr taming his will was IhM hbad never seen In all of the thousands of cases which have passed under his notice one In stance where the disease of baldness had been cured Hut he did state as well that he cheerfully admitted that there were remedies that would re store gray hair to the color of youth and that there were Hair Tonics which would encourage the growth of hair cure dandruff and the ordinary diseas cs of the scalp he referred particular ly to QUan Hair Restorer and HalrTjfilc Dr Wott states that he will glue to any charitable Institution named 1000 on receipt of any authen tic proof showing has ever put bald head where the roots were his last state win the 110 at tho doctor offers to Q U Depot druggist will Indorse the statement to tho six bottles of Hair Restorer tails In a single Instance to change grav hair to a color tint If the patient has used six bottles and the result Is nut as u let ter written to Dr Nut will bring back the money and that It a slxbollle lot of In crease tho growth antfttrcnglh of time hair cleanse and scalp In good condition money also bo returned You know your tr Jgglst ask him R E McRoberts recommends and sells these If you are gray haired or your hair Is commencing to fade you can have tho first full size COc bottle by send ing 12o In postage lo time HusslgElllH Drug Co Memphis Tennessee Convenience In City In Leipzig thero are street kiosks whore a penny tho city directory can be Inspected Cats Bite May Cause Lou of Hand As Annie Kromer was walking slung the street In Nazareth Pa alma stooped to pot a stray cat The heart iprane at her and fastened Its teeth In the back of her loft hand Buffering excruciating pain the girl ran several blocks to bur homo with tho lafurl atoa cut itlll on U had to ba killed with a dub before It lot go Its hold It U feared the girl will loge tier hand Cures and Prevents W T Halllnger Lexington Ky says I havo used Bourbon Hog Remedy and I think it ls time only remedy ever mode that will euro and prevent hog cholera For nao by J R Mount Co J I tld dutyslow under td r entire n N J Willie a short n n exls Ice ot t tat use ness to pu hair a billiard ball etc im ern d did state as et enco to the Issue con 1 telllents corroborate Q wen on a de d SI mont the d JIlIIM have In general laid In a suet Uau Hair Restol Tunic A one who wants tu mousy send a e er Jlemphis T t lie States and any If natural tllI o the w props flans for Cholera bi apart puce grad lone adv Nut Ban the lair o y mat rand fleet Q Dan claimed expend r pu 1 han ln JG a t r William Mr Fi Irldgs of Paint Lick n bunch of sheep tor 1 1 fio per head Miss PauHno Burdott and Mr Tour Hurdatl have Just concluded a visit to their brother Mr Herring Hurdoltof Junction City Mrs Paris anti little daughter of Hlrmlnghnm Ala were guests last week of Mm Klziboth Burgess Mrs M F Rout true near LcxIngUm made n short stay with Mrs John Woods last week Mcssis Kd Perkins Toni Hurdott nod Miss Paulino Hurdott woof to Lmilsvlllo lust week to attend tho Fair Mrs Richard McQrnth who has been with her mother Mrs M V Rout for several days come last week week to continue her visit to relatives before leaving fur her homo at Greonvllle S C John Dunn of Lancaster has homo utter a visit to his aunt Miss Llvlo Dunn Miss Salllo tutu Mcyrs and Rlslir Mrs Ulelmrd Ware lulus visit ing Misses Mlnnloand Bottle Rovston Miss Georgia Dunn Is In Lexington attending the centennial State Con vention of the Christian church this week Mesdames MOllie Dunn and Mary Floyd of Danvlllo havo been visiting the homo of John Rovislon Mrs Richard Ware and Miss Hetlle Royal on left Monday for a visit to In tend Salvlsa Mrs Elizabeth Burgess timid sum John T unto returned noun an exlcn tied visit to relatives In Indiana has gone to Grove CM Rey county to assist Rov Hulls In a meeting at that pleas Miss Lillian Ingram and brother Guy have been to Cincinnati to con suit Dr Saddler In regard to their eyesMr and Mrs U D Simpson and grand daughter Ellzibalh Logan Simpson have been visiting Mr J W Simpson nod outing Mrs Ella Cecil nod Miss Annie T Cecil of Danville have returned homo after ylslllng relatives here RoY H MShouse attended the conference at Lexington laU Monday The members of the conference were dahghlfully entertained at dinner at the home of Dr J W Porter Miss Eugenia Pollard entertains the Ladles Working Soclcly at dinner last Thursday The friends ot Miss Mary Kcmpcr of Kansis City are glad to know the operation for appendicitis wussucccts fut and she Is getting along nicely Mr Robert Smith U visiting tofu tives In Tennessee S cafl anti with M1 K C once 01731 Avoid Trouble Wornci whea threatened with a mishap should lake Cardnl and prevent the troa ble from occurring In your delicate condition II will save you much pain and misery Thousands have tried nd II ol J In SHUn r lIellllle1 bought of Rev Shuuse All fs JOllephl Boner for aloe y II pleas Beck to u Ca dul oollne meal a hue welder I returned bran owmg soul belay boa e Take cXnoui Mrs Fannie Nichols 01 Mexico Mo Last year 1 was ullh a mishap of Cardul helped me nwe than any other Now 1 have Cardul medicine I know of female roubles aid I wish all suffering would try 11 Gel Cardui Sold everywhere write threat ed medics a fine alt boy e nest r women WANTED ands Ithink E 41 Poultry and Eggs i Highest prioo paid for GOOD OLEAN EGGS Sons Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber Poultry and H1 BaNorthcott1 1 PUBLIC SALE OK STOOl ANn CHOI1 JUJu COUNT Having sold hiv deciding to quit farming 1 wiyoii west of Hick Roblnxon on ptopertji 1 work homo I corn 2 brood inarm R lull U years I feed sled 1 pony brood oars 1 roller 1 weanling mare 1 harrow I yowling horse pony 2 Rail dell I urnld homo tiroko to ride and drive 1 yearling horse cult Jim Clark 1 under ten years old 2 lu work yearling molts f good cows 4 Jersey helfcrK 1 Jersey 1 binder I mow er 1 A imp rake 1 hiv 2 hay frames 1 cultlVBl 2 baker waginkM spring wiignn 1 bug and lianii fi Minsof IIMISO timothy hay 20 ncros nf corn In Mhock a lot of gear unit plows und other things too numerous to mention Terms nmdo known mi day of sale Dinner at 12 oclock sharp Copt I M Dunn Auctioneer JAMES MARTIN Murcellui Ky Coiiinilssloncrs Siilo of Land DoeU Mullock Etc Cinctit COURT Ilfft JulU Wnldlis tile D li- lly virtue o uctKinf ul of n rrar l Clr cult Court rvn t ri llir Jiinv term 19 t In lheftlioro ljlrlnclloiil n Mmtfr Commit iloncr wlllou MONDAY BKITKMIIKR tV 1909 Ixlwren Iho hours of to m mid a p w It be Ing County Court day t the Court door In Lanrailcr larmrl County Ky to the UUIivil and tat blililcr the ilctcrlb ed rviil properly Ijing and beU 5 In OralCounty Ky mill U compo ol Iwo tract Tract So I It on tin wnr of While Lick Creek mid 611 the of Itlrhinond UiiMilcrkuruplL iud It rounded fol Iowa I hank ot branch younOMftk walnut aud hlikcry pelt Ifri thence HfW 60 to a aud thoru rush corner to John Wvddle thrnc will old Wrddali line rt C1 K crotiluc ft Lunch at irro cbalni III all SIM to a take new corner lu line to Writ thence wllli N 24 K liyt chain the South of a bunch K Corm thence with laid W llX chalni to ft N 7 K chain lo a toile corner to lAid Conn and I Mlllard Otbnrue thence with laid borntt 7 W51iVcli lin to a dune encore to OtborneBCOlVuuOehalnttoft stake on the Gaitaldtof aUue corner at lllrhmnml and Uncailer turnpike thence fulling Imm edlalv ly Into and with middle of taint H 40 to Mri Bally McCormlckt corner thence pike am with said JlcCormlck llnnHfil KtTfOrhalni to th bo ginning contalulUK four and une unar ter jrTract No J li data In the and Jit Vernou road onehalf poMT from a hickory stump which U to K 1 Ken nedy form rlyi mid K gtoo iiir Tty wllh ri l 8 414 n poles lo the mouth f lane O ace leaf IUK road aud upahlllBiiW sole on the top of a ridge thence fII K W polei to a down lu E 1W toic bcKlnnlue coutalulUK lit crriono r lour K le brlnn Ihe turn land lo Andrew Wrddle deceased exe IlUKielon on February 1DO y jdtid of record In Uarrard County rlrrkiARIee two tract of laud will be oll uiparale ply Bald naleli made for the o of of the proceed amonir and defvudanli ai tholr reipecUo rlghti may tale will be made ay credit of fl and 14 eiccute liomU tnj U good rrutltr to the Raster Commli said purchaa money enl Intent r aunum date c le until which tie cutlou may not paid at iiilurlt Ilie tame haying Wlu force and effect of a Judg mint Allun wlllalio lie retained the land sold for the payment ot the jArobaie mouer J M KOTIIWKLL Mailer Comr larrard Circuit Court V I Vllllami Ally tot plalutin TliU Aug lh 11KW S27M Cream Vermifuge J N gAit nod 8IWlIM 11 t tit 0 luck u mil mat public sal II c two the 1Inhrrx rullll the old lie n 111111 hors Jlrll t hone r ke I u A the a lion pellet hK l South the all 11 UelllllnlnJf a e on the II late halo a Win West line to a on corner to n N- At r A line S W 1110 chI learlug the hound a lolloIY lleghwhg al a cater a e net U t a Itp loa S IJ W11m e neuce Mme S count 11 lIb I pare IIiI Iall ar Said II mouths amid the poreba r will bll rwnired to nor for l from pall upon I I u I HITES p far 301001 dispose Iho tip R follow Uig ersonal nuter all Llvn tat yenr nld hors hut hnud dump h0lse t mil OAAatap tell a South chains said auto tide you make sal pike t seventy acre ra Vat llrotta thenc Bald itI with 41mole and TEIIAS nth learle ape i matron e THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC ciwjiac or IMITATION f THI etNuiNC rr io OMIT r BallardSnow Liniment Co T XOUIB NO Mclloborts Drug Store Well Drilling Having a firstclass Steam Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them any debth For further information writeJ E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky KILL COUCHA- ND LURE THE LONGS I KingsNew 1 FOR THE GUlpmEED I WORM REMEDY OUCH8 CFJ see dlee AND ALL THROAT AND OUAKANTEEO BATIQlAOXOU OH MONEY HEVUNDED U K McUobcrta Drug Sore LUNG TROUBLES I TO PUBLICWe the undersigned merchants have arranged with the Merchants Commission Ailvcrtislnj Co of Iotilsvllle Kentucky Time largest premium concern in tills part of the country to give 0011 STAMPS with every you spend nt our respective stores H T Logan and Shoos The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Notions- R E McHoberts Druggist Aotf Kinnaird Millinery i ji M K Denny Dentist- J P Prather Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries When you save COM STAMPS you nre earning premiums which are both useful and ornamental on money you have got to spend nt sonic store Why not confine nil your purchases at our store nnd buy your goods for less and secure sonic of the tinny handsome premiums gives hi exchange for GOLD STAMPS Hundreds of people have already Marled collecting them WHY NOT YOU Start today Call at any stole above mentioned nod secure n saving Premiums on display nt Patton Tnlbotts Call and see them nnd MERCHANT j COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO 1 1f W a t m I W IpfHE tf roc m Clothing Goo nd Mrs u I i I I n n r aSsagpt i nJ1 B er 1Rnt A ssrs- r 1 r booihkhl LC convinced 9h m 303 Connncrcin Building f W W1rCE r KIYOUISI IIII KENT THE National Bank- Of Lnncnstcr Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A K PEJSSV fruitful J E STOUMES Vice C IIENNV CubUr J F lloblnson AnVt Cashr R T Fmbry UlltKCTOU- SSaml D Cochran Alex It Onnny A C Robinson John K Storme S CD WI Williams Ir- S J I Gill nor kkenpnr B L V idt IreiX W C FUh Viet Irtii W 0 Kimptr Ciihlir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick 1NCOU1OKATKI Hn H II offer you fair treat tnont with ovory uocoin- inodntion that is consistoiiL with consorvntivo Banking VO CA VITAL lfioono SOKPUW 900000 M COY K UAUNOM- H IOUYN 1 H HCIIKOWII I H WOODS K IkWOOlm W C WYNN IOIIMI IW o rill II ellM Our Customers re Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Field Seeds Wheat both Local and Northern Va rieties Rye Barley and Timothy Seed Wo carry tho iibovo seed only in tho heat cleaned grndos Wo have several of Coal that wo can make intoroating prices on Your appreciated BANKS HUDSON AT THE RECORD OFFICE COURT DAY IL tAW U uU U p n rot I I r O YOUR ACCOUNT j t s grades ordora are NWMf A r PAY 4 dr Pall Opening Of SATURDAY OQTOBER 2nd You are carnally Invlt lo Inspect our display Stortnc1 Room Danville Street IMPORTANT NOTICE Our Fall stock is in and every thing must go The latest NEW YORK STYLES are now on display at our store Come early and make your choice We have the right dise at the right prices J B WALKER RICHMOND KENTUCKY RY j I and INTER HATS IIIIIIf NVIt a Mrs A a M fI- e 0 t 0 I 1 Merchan- IttttfIlflIttttf I11h Jrta til u- o i 44I riui o- fFAL I nuniugs and s In aIr t Nt NON 44 4I e J J WALK Kit IroildeuU JOHNSON Vice Prest J S ORGANIZED I88j The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANOASTHK KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O KIONBT 0 D WAIXKK Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson 0 F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Olbt Lewis L Walker O A Arnold THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOHIOKA- TKIIUanuuMtur Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R K McROHKRTS Pit J C Kulinnks i Vice Pres R Hurtou 2 Vice Pres J W KLMORK Cashier I A TiKius Aut R Klkin Hook Keeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank your Tobacco with BEAZLEY HASilQEN We insured tobacco last year in this and adjoining counties when other agencies could not Office National Hank of Lancaster Phone 31 IMPORTED ATSof exquisit atyle in all the Newost Shapes be shown at our FALL MILLINERY OPENING SATURDAY fixCTOBERnd to which you aro to attend JfTo will also largo assortment goods t AMt Ilookkeo per i I C ill icr I I IK1 S a r e-i r itt f iOf I 1 1 wills 1 I I i vited sl w 4n f I a NwaMoeeNN seaae oaaesaaotaa anNaaeeNatwaeea- jyr t Vs R 0 hair vf7S ii I MILLERZIEGLERjanee Gossip About People e s A Brltf Mtntlon or the Coming J Joseph Is In Cincinnati buy Ooor o Knttcr has roturncd llarlan county Mm liottlo Hurnctt of bhclbyvll la visiting Dr Ilurnett MM ICiithrlnc Harris vIMtcd tlvcii In Stanford the punt week Elder GcorKo Vercoe of Watldr K was n visitor In our midst Sunday II 0 KauHinun line roturncd to Louis where ho will attend school Miss Mlnnlo Ihcrlifo of Lexington Is the guest of Miss Jennlo Ilardln Mrs Milton Ward has return from a Tlslt to relatives In Virginia E Brown Is enjoying a needed rest at Crab Orchard Springs Prank II Marksbtiry and wlfo In Lexington this week fur a short Mr Littleton Rico of Cynthlan home of J W Hwc ney lion R IITamllnsnn was In DKliii on professional business Mrs Woods Walker and returned from a visit to Enllcl Illinois Miss MaitKlo Livingston of Orchard was a visitor In Lancaster Sunday Miss Pennsylvania s the guest of her cousins the Mlssc 3liUK rs Mr and Mrs N Miller Lena llrluht have been In Cincinnati recently Miss Vlrttic Conn Is making a some lenuth to friends Sprint held Illinois Miss Lucy Doty has push Jon In Miss Rclla Arnolds milliner iHtubllshmcnt Miss Carrie Walton Anderson to Hlchmond to take a courso Normal school Messrs Clay Sutton and J E Dick rhon wire In Lexington the latter of last week Mrs Mary Allen McDonald of Dan Ille was with her mother Mrs Pats Clunald last week Miss Nancy Walker left Tuesday t Randolph Macun College Mrs 0 D Powell nas been on a re visit to her sister Mm W T ihort of Richmond Mr and Mrs Qcorco Robinson o anvlllc were with Mrs Rebecca family recently Miss Nora Francis left Tuesday elllriK Oklahoma where she has been tiered a tlno position Mrs Mary Hunter of Crab Orchard tho guest the first of the week f Mrs Emma P Grant Mr and Mrs Hauithman and little Ilrannan of Danville visited Mr Mrs Luther Olbbs Miss Edna Kavanauuh loft or Nashville Tenn to be enrolled pupil at Ward Seminary Mrs J Joseph Is at home after ti vUlt to her parents Mr Fox of Eaton Ohio Mrs James A Royston leaves tlili for a visit to her son daughter brothers In Chicago Miss is at homo af nr a pleasant visit to her brother Lei o Herndon of Lexington Mrs II spending tin In Lexington with her cousins Icsdamcs Denny and Yetis Miss Gladys Frlsblo Is at homo from protracted stay with her aunt Mrs E Hughes of Louisville MM Llulo Burgess of Lower Oar aid was with her uncle lion R 11 omllnson and family last week Mrs R Graham Price of Danville In Lancaster last Friday the guest r Mesdames M P and F Frls lo J Randolph Harris of Stanford with his parents Mr and Mrs W Harris fur a short visit last Mrs E L Owsloy was In Morehead 10 past week where alto put hoi upliow Gordon Granger Jr In ihool Mr Win Hlatt of Winchester was hero Saturday by tho alarming Incss of inns brother Mr Robert rest Mrs Margaret Dunn goes this week i Chattanooga Tenn on n visit to her son Mr Cooper Dunn id family Mrs II 0 Payne has returned to r homo neat Lexington after u vU of some weeks to her sister Miss mo Hopper Mr and Mrs Haryo MoRoberls and laughter Annie Davis o Stanford guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs K MoRoberts Mason who Is tcaclnnu i Junction City was at home and Sunday with liar parents Mr W U Mason Mrs Farris and little dau htor have iturueil to their home In lllrmliw L II and sr In tall uooda- rein St I much wen viII It Is a guest at the Lex Saturday children have Crab Emma of sand MIllS visit of Iii liar rune at part enter at Lynchburg Virginia cent West rid for wall lion tad Tuesday pleasant und week tad Annie lIerndon O JennIngs seek 1 was WCOl called protracted It Yore H Saturday anti Mrs Goings Thou We Are trot accepted na- t sirs vas blles Edna ham after a visit to MM Lizzie KCM of lower Oarrard John C llnrnsldcs left Thursday lilt IIOIIIR SanAriKolt Texas after three weeks visit to his parents Mrs E E Daniels Misses Ann May Perkins anti Judith James Dar lets wero visitors In Loulsvlllo week and amended tin Fair Mrs Edward Ilarnard for Vlrtdnla where she will enter li sun Joseph Rogers In one of Its Institutions of canting Mr and Mrs Austin of Paint Lie hays moved to Lancaster Their prln pal object In comliiK Is the nclio advantages they find hero for childrenMiss Mao Mcllobcrls has n turned lo Randolph Macon College I VlrKlnla where site will graduate Ih year and we are confident In honorsMiss McClure entered Stanford Graded school last week parents Dr and Mrs A S Price leave Lancaster soon to make Stan ford their homo Miller and brluht little ton accompanied by Miss Clara returned to the formers homo I Charleston W Va titter a pleasant N Miller Mrs John Anderson leaves this to visit her daughter Mrs W 1 Browning of Lexington and will jo In attendance ut the State Convcn lion of the Christian church whIch meets In that city this week Mesdames R H HronauKh and J Holdham of Qrab Orchard Mrs Win Mason Morris and little Muskogee Oaklahorna were guests Saturday of Dr and Mrs A S Price Mesdames Emma Kaulfman J A Gco Robinson Win Burnett Jlda King R F McRoborts Misses jalllo Elkln Addle Carrie Hello Arnold and Elder F M attended the Christian Church Centennial at Lexington this week Night On Bold Mountain On a lonely night Alex Benton Edward N V climbed fluid lountaln to the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthama bent on curlnt ilm with Dr Kings Now Discovery hud cured himself of asthma mis wonderful medicine soon and quickly cured his sorts wife i severe lung trouble Millions believe the greatest Throat and Lung cure in Earth Coughs Colds Croup Item irrhaucs and Sure Lungs arc surely by It Best for Hay Fever 1 rip and Whooping Cough LOc 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed It E Mcllobertfl 1m UNION Mr Woods Walker has been confin to ids routs with pneumonia R E L Murphy sold 15 hugs to Illerenl parties ut 8c Win Ross wife and Wesley have returned to their hurries Illinois Misses Mary and Rosa L Murphey rave entered Berea College Miss Martha Ross a after spending her vacation her mother Mrs D 3 toss returned to her work Mr John Newland sold Isis farm Gustlncau of Hyattsvlllo 2200 possession January 1st Mr New says he will go Wtst Since my last writing P Ter returned from a trip to Idaho ho visited his fattier and two Brothers Mr Terrell went with a of locating but now says Its ICen ucky for him Rumor says Messrs John and Robert Walker who have been In Montana several years will also return to place to live October Mr R E L Murphy who has been 111 Is out again owing to Dr nowdcns excellent treating Hopplty Hop Are you just barely getting around y thin aid of crutches or a cane you have lust a limb or hero a de rmlly If your trouble Is rheuma Ism lumbago sprain slllt Joints or iiythlng of like nature Use Ballards now Liniment and In no time you in throw away your crutches and bo i well as anyone Price 25c COo and 100 Sold by R E McRoborts 1m SlONK Herbert Folger of Somerset was 10 guest of his sister Mm Walter ayno last week Miss Llnnlo Leo Preston was tho 10 guest of Miss Lucy Dlckorson of uckeyo last Thursday and Friday U O Preston and wlfo and 0 S and wife attended tho State at Loulsvlllo last week Miss Ruth Abklns returned homo uiday utter spending two weeks with r cousin Miss Lulu 11 Crutchlleld Willard Wilson and wife of Losing spout last week with Mrs Mary A T Sanders delivered Ills hogs last week to V A Lear at 7 uU per Mrs Emma cow and to A 0 Mlles for 1 10 Mrs Link Miller sold u calf M- loberly at fie Mr and Mrs John Curroy and llttlo laughter of Vally flow spent Sutur night and Sunday and wife Rev W F Molt of Lexington de vored three very Intorcavinv da nurses ut Scutta Funk Saturday muht Sunday but for a wool good theIr the high the wit Mrs Jako Miller vIsit to Mrs week also F and son of I Tinder of that relieved of Its cured and by cd McQuer- ry In nurse of Richmond with has to fur land Mr O roll where vluw for trio first very Unless Sunders fair ton II lr ton last pound Posey sold a calf to l1 with U SHan Iota f las Inutile flue lei Anton and Pert 4S firs kilo r lay tint Business Items Fresh nWlmmetdf Hamiltons Sp jilnttifthtlcniWiltoe VrV it 41 land l ml wlnobroad Como In your subscrl pupils Spoiling Match 91131 Best locate co Ilagan For Sale f- Wo rave aKOod McCas Any Intellgentjwrson may earn ressSyVfilcate Middle N T 01731 watch lain Return to Chas Rose Silver reek Ky and rccelyo reward Court House Nicholsons colored mlnslr era the road Salufttlfv nights Sept 24 25 It Lot Black horsB inule 0243t S Per cent Money Will loan In 81000 rst mortgage on real fls 025lf G B Swlnebroad Premiums Away Call for where else 024 2t o are sel an got then CDPowell Pita first Childrens Fair Snced Id Lancaster Ky Tuition Tim rates of tuition for students ilsldoof the Lancaster Istrltt tlvo are follows Irsllsei uirlliVjiflli and Rteffi grades 112 venili eIghth grades 5 J U Klnnalrd Sjecy Notice j school tax books are rpaay ould bo write yojr a re 0 31 E W hauls Treas Public Sale of Bank StocK Will oiler for sale In front of he House dour In ptember27 IDOiL Ttll oclocluf in f atoly before For further Information iTM Dunn Agt or R A Mc ath Exr Danville Ky 017St Care In Preparing Food In recent years BclenJJsts have that tho value Is largely by tbo ro U the ntoat jrtrlngent pure food that boon known Ono food that has stood out ntly a perfectly clean and pure sad which was as pupa beforo o enactment of theso Mwa at It be la Oati by the to be the Ideal foods Quaker Oats Company the only anufacturer of oatmeal at liftS satisfactorily solved the prob of removing this husks and black which are so annoying when titer brands are eaten you are nvenlonl to limo store buy reK also U not near the buy thIS largo also family pack oYIIU eff lp U U UAtfItlrmllMtIII GHI aLt rats il oortrrWttttI- ktI ff1iHctiTl frI it7Temtft111- m1celrI1i1 ftI t tmI JA1AllllWOdIt th- KoodJlJaHIftIrr n tm11r1i r- frlellda etrnr6 acresplf roved rrul at 82500 it ice U21L Iluglres All wing Donor r- mllll ry II please c an ttlr wIth C O Bee t on 1731 Lily after II Conserv to sollclt o 4yea old 15 1ch big F any Infor lIIatlu lis retur p so notify D R irr at Hub and receive reward t nths and thl grades tllj all twelfth I Court Lancaster at pUblic sale S ares of sto In the Citizens Natln at Ua kot ancaster and 6 Inure u tine atl al Hank of Lancas er sold that d write proved a mod me alie It unity j suit laws vcr all food could possibly conceded exp I food for tusking ongtb of muscle brain I h eat cheapest ot all T Is It tbo r l llatenhelnsYlti6sdaVAB Intortf Cr tfiltJw taw C Inca eyr darer UEN 8rAWus- CliuSrkMexM Fo SaI t d fsJoaephlne an renew Lion I to rders for all guxines 17IL I Brown Miss 0 tit c se at- Lino c ucio tt of Mualc C me to ospellingm t at the out se each r y evening In- ct r t Far elel rocery I tow Also rice a Ith It acr account egIste ti t we wll lse teap- 24Jt ger Bros rksbury Ky ood came co spondln tor supers exper nco unnec sary end turnip o full partlcu ra empire J LosTSunday eptember be weds SiverCr Icy ad neaster- udles bi ck l nd hag n ning 831n- aonev n ladles g and the iest trou of sin s and d anti II arou d fu naker rill shin a no Court uuse Friday rid land and pf sun of pr ore estate It you vlll nee the Loney la e tall or- he first f no year n is the time o make pllcatlon Ivan ticks Buy your oes at dwell at c Abu dot argalna- omo a d t them wit ng chit en titan yo fly over eld- a Kent ncky by c f6red child r will e held t Lan tor Se to r 24th- ud 25th 19 For Inf rattan ad- ress M I Box 05 School The pleased o elpt s those needs th money hero no a v this ow taxes for ho yea 1 that hi avo cost by- alling a co anti set ng y not red hat prom taker nil and con pecks bar Intro goo FALL OPENING OCTOBER 2ad 1909 Wo aro pronarod for insuootion tho also havo GIVE US A STALL stook and RELLA ARNOLD SWELLES S of tho noon no welfoo our homo mo ols o coin rowdy or l Orders r a i disp1 ORAT 1 r taro l Wo invito you to kindly favor us with a call to inspect our line of Millinery OCTOBER 2nd One half hour in their midst style than o u can see here else in I w i 11 moreshowy n wn Best of all the prices very reasonable R S BROWN Lancaster Ky We wish to say to the public that hasnt been open regular for some time but will bo opened every Saturday now Conic in and get the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO aVery THE POX STUDIO Here we go heel and toe Rundown heels toes make the youngsters shoes go quickly Try Buster Brown Shoes Extra heavy solid heels what Theres double wear in every pair tipsextra are BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 250 SHOES FOR MEN Youll Get Satisfaction There is More Actual Comfort in a pair of White House Shoes in any other shoe you could buy 1 t 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 I White House for S35O 3500 White House Shoes Women Kentucky Drills Vulcan Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A complete lino of furniture and stoves on installment plan Dost 28 guago roil iron 3 crimped roofing at 215 a square We want all your products at highest market price Becker Ballard Co Bryantsville Kentucky v SATURDAY OCTOBER SECONDW- ewill have on exhibition a large assortment of the wellknown GOLD MEDAL HATS Millinery You above date Made on the MRS ALEX WALKER Shoes Menfor300400 9 ml of sYle In J- nUally Invitel to i l1ect them reco ttlzed S the a t Icon t L are v I t e K- CEr r l 44400p04440000000400o4NQ0401CRDSN1 Jf U Morrow irailuutoujHlcnniG- lativi Fated flallifatjati tuaranlccd Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted omce Houri Offlro over B n m to 11 l p m to 4 Sloruirt Drug Store B F WALTER DENTIST Phone 05 Lancaster Ky M Denny Sell Phunu 221 K 1 re Ir i i t 1 DENTIST I Office orer Mln Arnolc H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor fIIOSK 2J9J Office corner Lexington Bt and 1ubllc Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In nil State Courts an- US District Court Office over Police Court Phone 104 Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KIJNTUCK m nousBARBER Call In and got Shave Hair Cut Shiunpoo North ildo of Public Square Hot and Cold Baths BRJ1 B PRICE will practice Dentistry at his homo tlchmond ave over Monday and Tuesday ooooac g Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts H M DuncansShop for Hot and Clean Steatnec Towels and Sterllzed Razors Wo aprroclate jrour trade and we are here ti Stick to the old reliable Umber with It yours of experience and a three chair shop Richmond street W T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references PUIILKJ SALE Having sold our store and farm wo will soil to best bidder at tho farm 4Mnllus Nurth of Lances tnr nil lnvlnlm ItUllpIku III 30 1000 at 10 oclock u m thu following prop arty One U year old harness snare 1 7 year old mare 1 pair of work mules a milk 3 pure bred Jersey heifers bred two meat hop sow and seven pigs about barrels of cum 2 farm wugniih disc harrows 10000 tobacco slckc 1 riding cultivator I muwor hay rake 3 double shuvol t plows luuu drill of plow harness one set of hop tools ono wheat drill one A hinow 2 1 cart household kitchen turo cooking stove ono folding bed ttfio room suite 4 bed steads 1 iresscti 1 washtitand 2 machines n w2 ex tension dining tables 2 writing desks and lither too numinous to mention THUMB umtlo known on day of Rapt Am Iloiirno Auctioneer l172t KAUKU nnOTHKHS FINK FAHM IN UAltllAHl COUNT FOll tAI K A flno Hue iltuat 1 on pike mar U v U cud mllri south ol aurvi well located lu KuoVt Uhkorhood beluit ol the tract with a handioia new iwoilorgr reild nc ihireou with u c nry patUulldluii sad good new Urn 40 W well watered lx uover Wllugiprlogi pud cruet tunning through TmniV4 caili lu hind balance anil T ar tun diiyolialu btarlug r tutvreil aunt l8l- dlrtuu looking lot such OJICD W WAUKUBUulotd Kjr I l lIIl1l1trI i r I f j a OlD OJDDU 0 JD GO TO j time TIJUIlSDA cows all Slide 2 a I nurse corn wo sots d cuusistimig t w 111 Hal r- i purr John r I chit plus writs l w 1 i I r t 1 I r r I an- a r 3 r I t V I 00000oooooado4ooooeoooooooooe 1 1 J ki stay f r x I ghestand I z 3 turn t s reinsalea- new 1o alt coutatIdoC2Uu Wel u room all 4 r nit two t please r e Farm und Stock Property sold well at tlio salo of J W lllll on Wednesday 1 liiiro ewoarffir solo sVlll fVfi Ilonry Dr W M Klllott Mold tho Martin farm near HryanUvllle toO A How llnif for 11040U UcporU from all over tho county In dlcatc considerable damn n to tobacco from house burn Denny Kd Irlco nod G H Mwlncbruad attend time Jersey Salo In Danville Tuesda- rllobt Arnold 20 head of feed ers at 41 cents and A H Denny bought 13 head nt 4jn Squire J H Dunn and ton Ike bought IfiOacrrs of land in 3 miles of Lexington at 8135 per acre Xacharlah Klkln bought of U A Howling 60 acres of land 12 miles from Lancaster at tSQ per acre W n Burton shipped to tho Wil son Live Stock Company of Wilson North Carolina Wednesday 15 mules avcruuliiK 185 and 10 horses avcruy Inif 1170 W R Cook sold 55 head of export cattle welnliliitf 1410 pounds at 10 12 Gcu Iloblnson sold 35 head at same price llobt Arnold sold CO head at saute price stud Gibbs llros sold 125 head at 1025 Horses and Wonted Any tine havlnit IjjjRcsor sell will croHl by buy them at W U Hurton nice 6 year old harness mare from John Farra for 1105 he also bought 12 mules and 6 horses at Lebanon last Friday the average price being f100 J I Hamilton exchanged 00 acres of the Eager farm for the 72 acres farm of Robert Speaks the Eager land being valued at 100 per aero and Speaks land at 83 Speaks paying the difference A dealer informs the Democrat that mule cults this year are teng held at least 10 higher than they were last year The demand Is strung seem to be In good financial curt dltlon and they have plenty of grass mind feed If time buyers show an in clination nut to pay the price asked Mr Farmer takes his colt back homo and walls That Is what you call In dependence Cynthiana Democrat Harris Woods have shown their tine mules at seven fairs this season In 04 rings winning 48 blue ties and 12 reds They have been up against tin best mules IN Kentucky and feel Justly proud over the splendid victories achieved Lincoln county now Is con sidered ono of the banner mule homes and our people arc delighted at the progress It Is making In that stock line Interior Journal Cornstalk Filer When time green sulks are given ti hogs care should be used to proven cattle access to the wood fiber which the swine will leave afte chewing the stalks Pigs relish Sulk for the sweetness In It enough saccharine matter In time tlbei to make It attractive to cattle cspeu lally the younger stock This fiber Is Indigestible and the cattle If allowed to pick It up will frequently eat a snlllclent quantity to cause Impaction and harmful If nut fatal results It Is not safe to let cattle Into yards where swine are given green stalks From Coburns Swine In America LIVE STOCK JIAKKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS September 22 Cattle fogs Sheep Receipts 610 1507 153- 8Shlpmeuti 170 1I5 120 CATTLE Shippers S8S6MB- atcher steers extra 8 756 00 Good tn choice 4 7 B a Common to fair 3 CO 4 tu- llelNr extra 4 7V3S 00 Good to choice 3 90 4 W Common to air 1 JlXija Cows extra 4 S54 40 Good to choice SW415 Common to M 1 M- fanner 1 78 23 Hull baloguat a 0098 no Extra 3 6V98 75 II 71X94 85 CALVES extra 800- ralrtogood 7 08 74- Commou and large II OOJ08 U- IIOOB i good packers and butchers 0 004 s 20 Mixed packers 7 7M 8 16 Stag 4 V96 Common to choice heavy sows 6 6u M Light hlpper A 7UiJ7 e- oIJgillOlbiandleii 4tor 77S- HIIKKliextra JX94J5- Goodtocbolce a o9t 7f- tCtiminon to 1 7698 W 1110MKI OATARUliI- lyumol Is natures remedy It Is vaporized air produced from tho mighty eucalyptus trees of Inland Australia You breathe In this antiseptic air through a hard rubber inhaler that comes with every outfit It la guar anteed by U K McUobcrls to cure catarrh asthma sore throat bron shltls or croup or money back A complete outllt Is only 1100 and extra bottles cost but 60 cents Anyone who sulfurs with catarrh after this ifler must enjoy It MKXNACures indigestion It rvllevM stomach misery pour atom MJi cures ills VIVM or bark but of tul CO uU tuwiu L gaud young J N bought U Mule J lilt as n time o the hlllhclit lUll ke rice W urtun Lan aster bought n Farmers from having the but Icae 7 laIr 6 CUlt S liOlrhlnlf lUll mosey Large lute fU r T 200 sell m tuber mule o will tnd a Ky r Oafs a bulls w w fat s lair to 9 Old Fashion Corn Meal mrulo from selected corn on genuine French Burrs at tho Creamer Try n sack i Call for Creamery Flour if you want good bread Our Flour and Monl aro liandelcd by Currey Davidson and Hagan Bros Warranted to give Satisfaction Blue Grass Creamery H V Bastin Prop SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS AT NIcRoberts Drug Store Good Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Undo Sam whore do you buy your COAL Aha only one plnco to buy coal Boss and lots right wlmr I gits mine right down hayah at do Lancaster Lumber Yards boys got Red Star Coal at ICcts an do best lOc coal you eber seen for do money legs not a clinker in Dats right boss Sanders Schooler Sanders J A v m1 1 I n JII r n t n- k r11 ri t t I IJ s 11 1 1Ih fI ft fl t t A tr I I I OOVOO OOOO oocOOC OOOOOc I I I dos t I u BEAZLEY nn jY1Nrrbwr1W41P pfL ySpTyy1RrdA nP a w Iev P AIQdA1QQtAAAtQ- R i n a i t i IIi J n1 00000000000C ooooQoooooo I MMArM it- t wrrnwww Mw w1- l UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity Embalming oa Duyllie01110 Street FULL LINE OF CASKETS ANU BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK I Apace below this heading U for the eiclu ilv use of our farmer and It the Hale of afoot grain end such Mugs on HI too farmer cannot afford to adver lieu No notice will be accepted over muss and will two li ue of the charge 1 have a lot of good seed rye for sale Milton Ward H 1 No 3 Box H I have for sale most anytime 2 to 1 Jersey cows I U Iluckor Paint Lick Ky Wanted Grazing for 20 yearling cat tie and 10 two year old cattle or any part of them Phone U H Lodford or write 7 T Rice Ulchmond Ky A Waste of Time MOlt mon fool away BO much val uable tlmo trying to bo like somebody olio that they hnvo no chance to amount to anything ai tliomiolvci A Hurry Up Call Qulckl Mr Druggist Quick A box of Huoklens Arnica Halve Uoroa a quarter For tho love of Moses hUh ryl Habya burned himself terribly cut his toot with the axe Mantles scalded Pu cant walk from pike lllll Isis bolls and my corns echo She goUUand cured nil the family UN the greatest healer on earth Sold by II B MoHobeUs 1m r I no II I for harm four bl In Itacoau Use of Juhnnlo 2 043 0 G 044 subscribers only + + + JlOUItNE I Allowing ford Rctllo with M73t Have You A Baby Thin watch It closely And above all things dont let It sillier for any leiiKth of tune with Is fatal If Its complexion gets yellow and pasty If It Is listless cross or peevish nets thin sulfurs with Hutu lance Whites Cream Vermi fuge Tho only cure that never falls situ has no bad effects Sold by II K Mcltoberts 1m SALE OF cdncsday Sept 2909 Sale begins ni 1230 p m I wormsthat 60HEShetlana Ponies Ky Mrs asophine 11 or comae ca Mrs Hecker at once given Ily P S IALI- At Pie a t Hill Sn KBltrowN t 1 i The work of organizing the I National X Life ii Insurance Company Will continue but it is not necessary to i further publish the subscriptions made each week This record subscriptions tells its own story First week August 2 10696000 Total Second week August 9 20024000 Total Third week August Total FoUl th w ek August 23 4 e o o o iTotal Fifth week August 30 60170000Total Sixth week September 6 73822000 I V Total Seventh Week September 13 IBightbf Week Over SilmSS Iv c 11 1 1 A I I fI4 I jt f t 1 t r1 1 t t f r i I t 1 i 1tJjri 1 1 I I Ir- wi t I r I t Ie j i 16 4- 3 4 0 0 1 I 46I I 1 1 J I I I r tr T41 fryq n M esnrt ia w r iii 221 w 1 1 e i in Citizens r I I 1 4I t N OOb 1 a GILES I We regret to learn that Mrs Arthur Dalley Is very sick Miss lilancho Stotts Is expecting us her guest Miss HeatrlcoKtotts an ac complished young lady of Llttln I lick man Mrs W Davis who has been very sick Is reported no better Mr Raymond Dorrlt wife and hundsotiie little son Robert visited Kd Chandler and wife last week Mlshcl Irlce of Hackley visited friends and relatives at this place pail of last week We OM glad to report that Richard Burton who has been very Mck Is some better Mrs Forest Htapp hiss none to Crab Orchard Springs fur tier health Tho Sunday school at this place Is making good and the result will be honored with tie smiles of Jehovah The Racoon Is well liked hero If you do nut tako It subscribe for It at Time demand fur that wunderful Htomach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Klnun Now Llfo IllUls astounding U he never saw tho like Its because tney never fall to euro Sour Btonmch Constipation IndlKCstlon Ulllousness Jaundice Kick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 250 l r r l once au- Go With flush I Moltobertt says i j A 0 The COMING HARROW t rI Ills i IIO 1 CLARKS DOUBLE DISC CUTAWAY I It does bettor work at one half the expense as the old 1 style Harrows COME IN AND SEE IT J Hoosier Wheat Drills both one and two horse Oliver Plows Studebaker Wagons Majestic Ranges Moors and Clarks g Heaters J Ru Mount Co I Old Newspapers For Sale At This Office Jl J t III i- tI II l 1IfiJiij m j iJill- l 1tr i r 1 R1 u 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