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THE CENTRAL RECORDPUKK VNTAHNIMIKI DJSUOCHAClr AND OOOD GOVERNMENT TWItttrtKTIl VMAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 IlB1J1GIOl xtrxrrrr I 1 e Gasoline Engines Corn Mills Fetid Mills Corn Crushers Feed Cutters Wood Saws and PUMPING OUTfiTS sold and erected We have a few slightly used Corn Crusherso- n hand that we will sell at a bargain Let us make you estima tions on your wants CONN BROTHERS I I i 1 lor i I I II j j I i t r i t h r 1 j I 1 Wo are glad to learn that Mlrm Al ma Lawson Is recovering her health Mm W II Moss took n premium at the MlddlcsboroFalr on a handsome pin cushion which she made Toe Teachers Association Lancaster District which was to meet hero next Saturday has been postponed to the first Bttluitlay In December I Samuel Johnson who has been III for sonic time was taken to Louisville Saturday by his physician Dr Win Burnett Ho was placed In the Dea cones hospital where ho will submit to an operation Josh Daniels tells us that he has canned over 0000 cans of tomatoes and will begin canning apples on Geo Browns place lie said that next year ho would bo prepared to cat all kinds of fruit and vegetables A card from Eld F M Tinder who Is holding a protracted meeting nt Klrksvlllc states that ho lost a bunch of letters last week while driving In the country and would bo grateful the tinder It he will return them to tho Sail of Town Property Hughes Swlncbroad report that they have sold for Henry Simpson his property on Hill street to L J San ford of Klrksvlllc for the sum of 11600 Mr and Mrs Sanford are coming here principally on account of our schools and Mr Sanford Is going In business hero We are glad to wol como such people as these to our city Point Laavell The store at Point Lcavell will bo run by Mr John Anderson This Is a good stand and with Mr Andersons friends success Is sure to be his George Lcavell colored reported to us that he had put Point Lcavell back on tho map by moving the store which was washed several hundred yards down the creek back to the plko The story Is now on high ground being about ono hundred yards West of where It was originally Court Day Note The largest crowd that has attended court for many months was hero Mon day and although September court usually brings a good number this one seemed larger than last year Business was very good with both stock men and merchants and exceed ingly good with the candidates Many mule colts were on the market brought good prices ranging from 160 to 1120 Aged mules brought from 126 to 260 Horses brought from 1125 to 8225 Butcher cattle brought from 2 to 3 cents feeders from 31 to 4 Sheep sold at tram 4 to 5 dollars per head font r r r t t tot 0111ce- t k 4 tube and they 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 H T LOGAN fl ti I l I I L i if j I I rrrba i 1i I cl r Tom McMillan purchased tho black smith shop on Lexington street ran J W Hamilton for 600 mIl 0 K MatBlml will preach Christian church Sunday morning It tho dlMcuca of Eld P M Tinder The entire faculty of The Lnncastc School will upend today In Lexington where they will visit the city 49380 Land Sale Ingram sold his farm of 47 acres which ho purchased of OT fig glnbotham to Rankln brother fo 105 per acre Mr A L Powers tho man bought so much tobacco here your has been In Lancaster for BCT oral days and says he will buy again Hits year and give tho best mar ket price of Bank Stock On court day Capt I M Dunn sold eight shares of Citizens National flank stock belonging to the estate of Miss hell McOratli deceased D Wal ker nt 116460 per share and five shares of National Bank stock belonging to same party to Sr at 8135 pur share Painful Accident B Pcndleton of near Buckeye Is suffering from a painful accident A wagon ran oyer his foot breaking some bones Dr 0 M Hendron was called and after thorough examination found that his toe would have to be ampu tated The operation was quickly performed and at last reports the pa tient was doing well The Centennial Celebration of Dis ciples of Christ will be held In Pitts burg Pa from October 11 to 10 In clusive Special trains will leave Louisville and Lexington at 730 a m on October 11 arriving In Pitts burg at 530 p in same date The crowd going from Kentucky will be largo Will Probated The will of Robt M West was pro bated Monday It bequeaths the hone on Danville avenue to his sisters Misses Fannie and Bottle his mother to have a home with them for life At her death the remainder of his prop erty Is to be divided among his brother and sisters The will names Ceo B Robinson as executor without bond Change The well known grocery firm of Cur ray Davidson has dissolved part nership Mr Currey buying the Inter estof Mr Davidson Mr Currey who has been In the grocery business In Lancaster since his childhood except a few months when ho was with the creamery Is a very practical grocer and all who witch his advertisements In the will profit thereby Address to Woman Club Mesdames Klnnalrd Hlgglnbotham Kauffman Cook Miss Sallla Elkin went up to Richmond Monday afternoon to hear the address delivered to the Womans Club by the President of Federated Clubs of Ken tucky Mrs Leech of Louisville She touched upon civics school Improve ment tuberculosis ending with rather a humorous expose of Fletcherlsm Mrs Leech was presented with five dozen roses in the name of the Lan caster Womans Club it being the llrst to come Into the federation after her election to ofllco The Big Lexington Trot Tho greatest trotting meeting in tho world begins at Lexington Ky on Tuesday Oct 6th and continues 10 days Every day one or more ol the historic stake races of Kentucky are contested and all the races are tilled with the best horses from all sections of the country meeting at Lexington for the first time this year Thero are nearly 700 entries In the 33 races and It will bo tho greatest meet Ing ever known Excursion rates ono tare rounq trip will be In effect from all Kentucky points The best racing and music In the country Re member the dates Oct 5 to 10 and attend Betttr Still You cant make a man a gentleman by calling him one mid the moral IzerTrue rejoined the thoughtful thinker but nine out of pot ilble ten you can please him and thereby carry your point and that more to the purpote The Spirit of the Law are charged with being the leader of an organized band of pickpockets Prisoner Well yerll have to Im pose line on the corporation den yer know yer cant punish me luck ptiilmUtlc Wife during shower Tha roof li leaking again You should send for a tlnn r Husband On the I dont suppose he could make It any worse White Wyandotte W E Johnson A Bon Lexington Ky Last year we lost one entire hatch of Line White Wyandotte chick ens from white diarrhoea Tills year wo have given our chickens Bourbon Poultry cure In their drinking water and have pot lost any Sold by JH Mount Company at tho Graded who lust hero to C J S Johnson Bulne McRoberts and a I JudgeYou a what use till lay G Friday SIs d Rt coon time personally WEST A deep gloom and Intense sorrow pervaded this city county and other sections of tho country when It was announced that ROIIBKT M WEST died on last Friday night Although ho was stricken with paralysis a week previous and his recovery was In doubt yet his friends and relatives hoped and prayed that ho would be restored to healthImpressive funeral services were conducted at the family residence on Danvllb avenue Sunday afternoon by Eld F M Tinder assisted by ROT C C Brown The statements made In reference to the exemplary life of the deceased the profuse floral offer Ings and the sweet soulthrilling muse Ic all conspired to attest the exalted moral and Christian character of this noble man The remains were laid to rest in Lancaster Cemetery and as sure as there is truth In the Book of Inspiration the finger of God will find his grave on Resurrection morn A vast throng of people attended the funeral consisting of his large and distinguished relationship many residing In this city and county and many prominent persons from other counties with whom strong ties and attachments were formed on person al considerations and by business lie was in his 38th year un married and Is survived by his Mrs Rebecca West three sisters Misses Fannie and Bottle and Mrs George B Robinson of Danville one brother James L West two half brothers J M and W A Hiatt to all of whom sincere condolence Is ex tended lIe was a member of the Christian church and a favorite in so cial life having held places of public trust and always being true to the best Interests of tho people whether In political or commercial relations His farming Interests were extensive and he handled agricultural products on a large scale A man free from guile and decep tion void of policy true to the right In every condition of life a faithful friend a devoted son and brother his character penetrates moral dark ness and serves as a guide to lead us In the paths of honor truth and Such spirits are attracted to Heaven as pebbles are drawn to the earth and we should so live that we may meet him m the abode of the redeemed Waste of Good Money Think of a dinner coating 25 a plato when a shots can be fattened Into a hog fdr leail Charleston and Courier First Cousin of Lincoln We had the pleasure last Friday of having for our visitor at the RKCOUD ofllce Mr Ambrose Cobb of Jessamine county who Is a first cousin of Presi dent Abraham Lincoln and the fath er of Mrs James Witt of Buckeye making her Lincolns second cousin The relationship between Mr Cobb and the President was made by their mothers being sisters Mr Cobb was In town on business representing the Lawrencnburg Gran Ito Marblo Works of Lawrcnceburg Ind Ho is an unusually well preserv ed man and stands very erect though he will be 78 years old In January The resemblance between Mr Cobb and the latest pictures of the Presi dent was very striking as his beard was cut In about the same manner and ho had very prominent cheek bones which must hays been characteristic of the two families He married Miss Hunter about 67 years ago and to this union were born three boys and three girls all ofwho are living save one During his conversation he spoke of a reunion of the families In Shelby county when he was about ten years of ago saying that he and Abe u he called him had driven up the cows lots of times together and that on more than one occasion Abe hid thrown him over nil shoulder at play We appreciate this visit and hope Mr Cobb will como again etc long e I I relations mother virtue 400 pound New do and Kentucky ar 1 1 See the Mogul Wagon and the Osborne Harrow Best on the Market 01ot t t El I 4MGIdG9pVLICLYLIYLIYLIYLIYL L1Ll yt j Superiors 1 HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky ra Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on Hickor I m z trStrztrStrsS stttMI Old t 4liS1ft3itwCLpIp7GHCL7 L WAGONSWith the strongest and lightest running WAGON on the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky l School The school heard with much a talk on Monday morning by of Cynthlana He used as his subject S S S Not the patent medicine known by but a cure which ho otter ed for Ignorance The first S stands for Start In tho race of life wo must start early and start right The out come of the race often depends upon the start which we make S number two means Stick A goad start will amount to little without stlckablllty Many a task calls for hard work The pupil who sticks to his task Is the only one who can hope to accomplish any worthy thing The last 8 means Stand Pupils should strive to stand first The tests of school are to show pupils where and how well they stand Tho stand lag In school will forecast ones In after years Rev 0 P Bush visited the school MondayMr of Klrksvllle came In to see us Monday with the Intention of entering his children In school He baa bought property near the school Quite an enjoyable program was rendered Friday afternoon by section A of tbe Escelslor Circle of the eighth grade Desiring to honor their chosen poet all the selections were from Longfel low and wore the following Life of Longfellow J 0 Hemphllli Psalm of Life Mary Clay Williams Selection Evangellne Marie Ballard Selection from wwnj OulldroBi Hour Ellia Rev Elsey thatname l luotor Notes pleasure standing Irvin both Collier The Wreck of the Bernie Lear The Vintage Black Smith Lucian Grant Rainy Day Eliza Cox Song from tho Portu guese Ethel Lutes Paul Reveres Ride Carl Acton Curfew David Ran kin Excelsior Robert Thomllson Music by Mary Johnson and Patsy BATSONS Suit Cloak Opening SATURDAY OCT 2fl9 Complete lino now in stock 1250 to 25W La AND Pri t Hesperus s v tz s Line t Y Hha u i3 aHiaw attia a v I Autumn e will have a complete line of Ladies and Misses Tailored Suits Skirts and Cloaks u M display having arranged to have an exper Tailor from one of the largest houses in the East Our entire stock of DRY OOODS NOTIONS SHOES AND CARPETS and in fact every department in our store is now complete and a look will satisfy you that we have no competition Remember the date Saturday October 2nd 1909 The Joseph Mercantile Company I l L IE M m SatUrday OctCJber 2 9 l4- aj Jiit ffII M In J Mon adies II I II- II M M I i Annual Opepiing n A CENTRAL IIECOIU ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A TEAR F S HUGHES EdrPubr nfrr it al l Once in Lnnenittr AV a SttondClau Slatttr Member Ky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky October 1 1909 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Onicefl 8 600 For County OlMces 1000 FIr State and District Offlccs lfi00 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per lino 10 For all publications In the Inter est of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per lino 05 Democratic Ticket I For Circuit Judge M C Saufley For Cominonweiiitn Attorney Chas A Ilardln For State Senator R L Hubble For Representative J O Bo le For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen nie Higgins For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourne For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the Republican of Garrard county am the Republican nomi nee fur County Attorney and ap preciate your support B D As wo went to press Thursday the 13th republican judicial committee was in session and had not acted on Capt Wm Herndons candi dacy for the republican nomination for circuit Judge In this district When the vote was taken In the com inlttce us to whether a convention should be called or not the committee tied up Messrs Davlson aud Estrldgo voting against the making or calling for a nomination and Messrs Swope and Rausdcll for doing so It was pretty tough on the Captain to be the only candidate for said nomination and have the steam roller machine run over his wishes In the premises es pecially so too when his county chair Mr Estrlcise voted against his own countyman Captain you must bow to the tosses and the republican machine However u nomination against Judge M U Saulley would on ly have been loves labor lost Inte riot Journal Falling to be Indorsed by his party will cause him to lose many votes as the party organization not teal bound to support him It appears suicidal to us but this Is a matter for him to consider and ho had better look well before he leaps sue the eloquent and excellent address delivered by lion Harvey Helm Gem Bressman from thin District Wed nesday afternoon In connection with thin ceremonies Incident to laying the cornerstone of the Government In this city the appropriation for which he hiss been largely Instrumental In obtaining Without Invidious dis tinction or In any wise detracting from the merits of others delivered on tbojum occasion It can be truthfully Y J I W iI afternoon Ulan will pleasureIn I e bet Man a r 1 t build- Ing said that It will compare favorably with any ever before delivered by anybody at any time and all those not fortunate enough to hear It upon persual will bear out this as sertion Congressman Helm has not only developed Into an orator of great ability but has during his term In the House proven himself an Intelli gent faithful and conscientious work er for the best Interests of his consti tuents and should and doubtless will receive tho plaudit of well done good and faithful servant Ken tucky Advocate The camps of the Democratic county nominees are fully equipped and re cruits are dally being added to their ranks The ticket Is a strong one and the county administration has been such as to Insure thesupportof a large majority of the voters Business men take no risks and are satisfied when conditions are favorable to the goner al wellare President Taft seven electioneering with the Mormons by preaching In their church but he will lose out with the Republicans of the west on ac couut of the stand he has taken on the Tariff bill A solid South and West will elect a democrat In 1912 If the Burley Tobacco Society would Insure that tobacco tenants would re celvo 60 per cent of their crops w live on during the pool we believe that Garrard county could be pooled It still looks like Cook Pearys conduct will never be approved by the people Its A Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns Its doers Thats why the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies Every atom Is a health force It kills germs and colds and lagrlppe vanishes It heals coughracked membranes and coughing stops Sure Inflamed bron chins tubes and lungs are cured and betaorrages cease Dr Geo More Black Jack N C writes It cured me of lung trouble pronounced by all doctors 60c 8100 Trial bottle tree Guaranteed by R E Me Roberts I ni Election Officers Below we give election officers for regular election November 2nd 1009 COURT HOUSE No 1 W R Cook Judge Clove Bourne Clerk John Duncan Judge Alex Walker Sheriff EAST PARK No 2 Wm Leavell Judge Bascom Ford Clerk Joe Meadors Judge W A Moberly Sheriff WEst FAUX No 3 Jas Clark Judge Ashby Arnold Clerk Bastln Judge Cronley Broaddus Sheriff WEST UIIYANTSVILLK No 4 G A Bowling Judge Sam SechrcHt Clerk Ed Eason Judge R M Moss Sheriff EAST HllYANTSVILtK NO 6 Tim Ford Judge Dick Moore Clerk Taylor Noo Judge B II Halcolm Sheriff BUOKUYK NO 0 Roy Ileasley Judge- E B Rny Clerk Cecil Broaddus Judge Forest Stapp Sheriff WALKKUS SCHOOL Houeu No 7 Woods Hurnslde Judge J L Shepherd Clerk Sherman Gaay Judge John Harrison Posey Sheriff PAINT LICK No 8 E L Woods Judge Parker Gregory Sheriff A B Estrldge Judge A McKnlght Clerk UNION No 0 Wm Gooch Judge Jack Edwards Clerk listridge Judge II K Herndon 6ner8 I I r hopeless A 11 E E anywhere JIUCKKlE J P Long ofCottonburg Is visiting relatives here- J O logic bought of J W lull one cow and calf fur J22 W T Noel and son Jasper were In Richmond Saturday George Ray was a visitor In Nlcho lasvllle last Friday Mrs Cobb of Lexington Is the guest of Mr and Mrs James Wltt Mr Tommy Cotton of Kirksvllle was village Thursday Mr Cecil Broaddus has recently been In Louisville buying his fall goods Mr Wesley King and children his parents Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Whitaker en tertained a number of friends from Jessamine Sunday Mrs Sam Schooler and two daught ers Misses Bessie and Maggie and Mrs Allle Sanders wire guests of Mrs R I Burton Friday Viola the daughter of Wesley King died at her home In Madison Co on the 18th being 10 years of age She was laid to rest In the Buckeye ceme tery by the side of her Mother who was laid there the 28th of Febuary A Fattier one sister and two brother are left to uiourne their loss Frightful Fate Averted- I would have been a for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Dlsbcrry Kelllher Mina without Bucklens Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infalllable for wounds cuts and bruises It soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Bolls Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Plies 25c at R E McRoberta 1m MAKKSHUKl Mr Henry Tomlinson left a few days ago to visit his son Hugh of To ledo Ohio Mrs Nannie Sparks of Illckman Is with her sister Mrs IcleKcraper T a pair of wean ling mules for 8150 Rev Shouse has returned from Grove where he and Rev Betts of Louisville have been engaged In a series of meetings which resulted In 47 additions to the church The church has called Rev Shouse to preach for them once a month Mr and Mrs Logan Burk have re turned from a visit to Louisville Mrs Della Aldrldge of Stanford has been visiting her daughter Mrs DurhamMr Eager and family have returned from Harlan and will be this week with Mr and Mrs John Ea ger before going West Master Andria Burke who has been suffering from a nail wound Is much Improved and will soon be able to school again- S 0 Roop has Just completed a beautiful new dwelling for Mr Wll lIam Tugglo Little Paul been quite sick for several days the effect of bo lug kicked In tho stomach by a colt Rev Hlllbron of Lexington has a unanlmouf call of tho Pleas ant Grove church and will begin his pastoral duties next Sunday Rev Wills who Is engaged In a meeting at Mt Hebron was entertain ed at dinner Tuesday by Mr and Mrs Noah Marseo All owing Mrs Josephine Boner for millinery will please call and settle with Mr 0 0 Becker at once 01731 Money Comes In Bunches to A A Chlsolm of Treadwell N now Ills reason Is well worth read Ing For a lung time I suffered from Indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness and general debility he writes I couldnt sleep had no ap petite par ambition grow weaker cry day In spite of all medical Then use Electric Hitters Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now 1 can at tend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves 600 at R B MoBoberU 1m II II D ClJesnutt sold Shouse has J1 n eVe for incur visited enter accepted treatment General News Miss Ellzebeth Hawkins of ElkIn Fayetto county committed suicide at Richmond by hanging herself to a bed postThe French dirigible military bal loon Republlque exploded In the air five miles from Moullns and was wreck ed Capt Marchal Lieut Phnuro and Vlncenot and Rcux were killed It Is estimated that tho visitors to tho HudsonFulton celebration InNcw York will leave 82500000 with New York hotels and merchants The crowd of strangers Is estimated at from 800000 to 1000000 The American Association baseball reason closed with Louisville the pen nant winner and Milwaukee In second place During tho season Louisville won ninetythree and lost seventylive games finishing with a percentage of 554 President Taft preached a sermon In the Mormon Tabernacle at Salt Lake Sunday Ills text was A soft an swer turneth away wrath but griev ous words stir up anger Tho Presi dent made an appeal for amity be tween the people for attributing the best rather than the worst motives to the action of others when possible to do so and not to harbor hatred or anl mosityHarry Whitney of New Haven Conn the hunter who has figured In the Cook Peary controversy is on his way home In a dispatch from Indian Harbor Labrador bo confirmed Dr Cooks statement that Cook had told him be had been to the North Pole and that ho had cautioned him to keep the secret from Peary He also said that Commander Peary had refused to let him place Dr Cooks box of In struments and records on hoard the Roosevelt when ho came south Dr Cook said that the data he gave Whit duollcajo of what he had aud that It was not essential as he could compile his records from the observations and data he had reserved The BedRock of Success lies In a keen clear bruin backed by Indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from the splendid health that Di Kings New Life Pills Impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmon Llzemore W Va writes They aro tho best pills I ever used 25c at R E McRoberts 1m I J ney was only a I sub Lleuts J J WALKIcit President Willie Qlll from Jake Hurt for 300 per barrel Wo are sorry to report that Mrs BIll Davl who has been very sick Is no better Raymond Davis some hogs from Dan Owrns of Madison for 9 cents per pound Miss Blanche Stotts visited friends In Madison county tho latter part of last week Mrs Arthur Dallcv who has been very sick some time Is no better Mrs Joo McCulley Is very sick at this writing but wo hope will soon be alright Bro B B Hill will his regular appointment next Saturday nluht and Sunday at Chapel Everybody Invited attendJohn a nlco work mule from Robert Teatcr of Madison tor 1105 Saved Them Dr Grceson State Scoty of American Veterinary Medical Awn Kokomo Ind says Tho herd of on which tho Bourbon hug Cholera Remedy was used was sold yesterday We give this remedy tho credit of them For sale by J It Mount ti Company WANTED ooullhlMmo corn bought for till Amon bought J O hogs 111115 IV saying Poultry and Eggs Highest price paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS and Hons Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber H B North ott J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY y CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B P HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNJIV AMt Cashr O D WALKICII Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex 01 WM Lewis L Wnlker O A Arnold THE Garrard Bank Trust Co JNUOIirOHA- TKUUunoutttor Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R McROWWTS 1rest J C Kubanks i Vice Pros R Burton 2 Vice Pres J W HLMORK Cashier DA Tlnmii A t CuUler R L Klkln We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank II U I I U I I t rnN Ilook Keeper B L Imt W C FUti Viet lost W 0 Keop r Ciiblir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOIirOKATKD J IWood Wo offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment CAPITAL 1600000 SUKlLVS 900000 IIIHMTTUHM- M COY RQOOVN JS BURROWS J B WOODS K L WOODS WCWII WCWVSS K 1ARNOLD Our Customers ore Fully Protected by Fidelity and Caiuality Insurance Field Seeds Wheat both Local and Northern Va rieties Rye Barley and Timothy Seed Wo carry tho above seed only in the boat rc cleaned grades Wo have several grades of Coal that we can make interesting prices on Your orders are appreciated BANKS HUDSON II N H fIWWIOhAftNul n 1 I I I W Here we go heel and toe Rundown heels toes make the youngsters shoes go quickly Try Duster Brown Shoes Extra heavy extra solid heels arc what last Theres double wear in every pair U I out c BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 1 I 250 SHOES FOR MEN Youll Get Satisfaction There is More Aual Comfort in n of White louse Shoes than in other shoe you could buy an 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 largo range of styles and lasts This gives every one Just the style bo wants and at a popular price White House Shoes White House Shoe for Men for Women 350 500 300 400 Kentucky Drills Vulcan Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A complete lino of furniture and stoves on installment plan Dost 28 gungo rod iron 3 crimped roofing nt 3lfi n sqiwrq We want all your rodttcts at highest market price Becker Ballard Cp Bryantaville Kentucky 1 I S CHANGE The firm of Currey Davidson will dissolve partnership October 1st Mr David son retiring They wish to thank their patrons for their liberal patronage THEO CURREY takes this opportunity to ask all their old patrons for their business andN also invites others to inspect his uptotheminute line of FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES at the old stand where he will continue the business J r 11I l B U SIN E S SI c I I I i J ij t1 t I I L OF i et r j- tpI Fall Opening Of SATURDAY 2nd You are cordially invited to Mspcct our display of FALL and HATS Millinery Trimmings and Novelties Mrs Ada M Kinnaird Stormes Room Danville Street IMPORTANT NOTICE Our Fall stock is in and every thing must The latest NEW YORK STYLES are now on display at our store Come early arfd make your choice We have right Merchan J B WALKER RICHMOND KENTUCKY your Tobacco with BEAZUEY MUSELDEN We insured tobacco last year in this and adjoining counties when other agencies could sot Office National hank of Lancaster Phone 31 IMPORTED HATSof oxquisit style in all tho Newest Shapes will be shown at FALL MILLINERY OPENING SATURDAY OCTOBER 2nd to which you aro invited to attend Wo will also show a largo assortment of hair goods MILLER ZIEGLER E a Is co J t h f f MILLINERY i W TER i i 0 411IIIIIC4ttlIIIIIIIIIII111 cc o f t dise at the rig t ices ffllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1 IX1 S a r e ILl I 1 j o r 10 I I I JY I o NN r 4 OCT BER 4h i v P rar r 1 r a tf R n ooaaeNOMOary a 1 LT w 1 NeN1 N Gossip About People z z Z A Brief Mention of the ComIng and Golnji by Thou Wt Arc In Editor K 0 Walton was In town court day Dr W N of Stanford was hero Tuesday Mrs Jack Adams Is In Lexington visiting friends Oca Yantis has returned from Oklahoma Tram Conn of Somerset was homcfolks Monday Farra of Lexington was with John M this week Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford has deco with Miss Annie Ilcrdon J II Walker of Richmond visited Mr and Mrs W O RlKney Sunday Miss Dove U Harris of Danville Is vIMtlnu tier sister Mrs S II son Miss Ileuecca Rice of Richmond has been the recent truest of the Miss cs Francis Elder Tinder left Monday for Klrksvlllo where ho will hold a of meetings Mesdames T H Hartley of and Dunn of Danville arc Kucstsof Mrs II M liallou Miss Minnie Ilicrljo has retuned to her homo In Lexington after a visit to Lancaster friends Mrs Emma KaulTman Is In on a visit to her brother John Qrccnleaf Mrs of Crab Or chord Is the guest of Mr and Mrs tooth Thompson Miss Mlnnlo Brown spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Cora Poor of Buena Vista Mrs AI Sanders Is at home after visit to her mother Mrs Allen lay lor of Madison county Mr and Mrs Lewis Landram of Richmond were guests of Mrs II A U Marksbury tho first of the week Mrs George Hlgulnbotham of Lex n ton was with Lancaster friends for several days visit Miss Delia Tinder Is at home otter a visit to friends In Wichita Cuiisus and St Louis Mrs Wm Mays of Paint Lick was visiting Lancaster friends the latter part of tho week MltfS Annie Herndon len this week for a visit to her brother Leslie don of Lexington Mesdames John E Stormes and ianks Hudson and Miss Elslo Morrow were visitors In Danville Saturday Mr and Mrs Mlko Kennedy of Lincoln county aro guests of Mrs J Dickerson Miss Ethel Walter Is In tho city of taking n special course at J Dullness College s Mr and Mrs Virgil Hester of Stan ford are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs hub Cox Muses Susie atone and Hattlo attended church at Mt Hebron Sunday night Miss Virginia Conn Is at homo after pleasant stay of a month with friends in Sprlngtlold Ohio Mr and Mrs Charles Hardln of larrodsburg wore guests Sunday of A Mr and Mrs U D Simpson W S Ileasley of Lexington was Mondaymlngllng with his county friends Mrs Jennie Goodloo and daughter Miss Virginia of Sprlnglleld are ViII hors of Mr and Mrs W A Arnold Emma Layton of McCreary visiting liar sister tilts Davo Han dors MIss Myrtle Thoad of San Francis ce Oal Is visiting at tho homo of Harris j lcs I a y 1 i Oft J Norman F M Louisville J S Richmond RobertThompson her cousin protracted Durham horn Miss Craig w vent Farm And set i1 Ilex man rrard bliss G visa I a n a te Mr M D Is In Loulsvlll on Business H Collier visited her Mm C M Richardson of Lexington Fred of Louisville was the guest this week of Miss Ida Lee Jtourne Mr and Mrs Jesse Stan ford were visitors In Lancaster Sun dayMiss Jennlo Parks of Paint Lick has been with her cousin Mrs F S Hughes for a short visit Miss Alice Henderson left this week for Florida where she has accepted a good position In a Southern flora C R Davis left last week for a Homo length with her husband though Tenn and Ga Mr Davis Is popular traveling roan We regret to rote that 0 A Eager of Markbbury will leave Saturday for Tucumcarl New Mexico where he will make his tutus home Miss Kathcrlno Conn left Tuesday fur an extended visit to ut Uur nlng Springs Clay Co to recuperate from an attack of typhoid Mrs Ellen Owslcy will entertain the C W II M at Mrs W R Cooks resi dence Wednesday afternoon October Oth at 2 oclock Mrs II F Hudson entertained the Presbyterian M Society Tuesday afternoon at her pretty suburban home at a social Mr Thos W Conn wife and baby of Hcrlngton Kansas attired Friday for a visit to the formers father and other relatives Ills drat visit for nearly nine years R Boyle and daughter Miss Huldah left this week for a visit to his old homo at Springfield Ky A family reunion will bo hold by his nephew R II Edelen After a pleasant stay with her child renT II Walker and Mesdames H F Hudson and WO Rlgncy Mrs Walker loft Friday for her home In Huntington West Va Miss Jennie Washburn who has been with her sister Mrs T J Price left last week for n visit to her sisters Mesdames G F Smith of banford Fla and M II Mabry of Tallehassee iUKNA VISTA Mr Frank Wells has returned from visit to relatives In Mason county Mr and Mrs Eugene Ruble are re lolclng over the arrival of uon Miss Florence Christopher will vis It relatives at Lexington and attend the W 0 T U Convention Dr Everett 0111 of Danville de livered a very Interesting lecture to an appreciative audience horn Friday evening Mr and Mrs J J Poor have been visiting their daughter Mr Ed Mal lord near Stanford Chas Robinson has purchased from T Frlcman near Uugln a form con of IDS acres at IJO per acre Miss Mary Asklns has returned from visit to Durgln and la entertaining her cousin Miss Itluncho Asklns of Ambrose w Will Poor of Lancaster spent Sun day at homo Mrs Dudley Lane of Nloholusvlllo has Leon visiting hot daughter Mrs Marshall Scott Mr of Jacksboro Tonn who has purchased the stuck of gouda from Scott has arrived and Is Invoic ing Wo welcome him and family to our village On Saturday night October Otli a meeting will bo hold at tho homo of William Cnrlstopher Program to consist of music rcclta dons and an address by Roy Walton Mr Ira Shorrow tilled tho pulpit at Mt Olivet Sunday In tho absence of the pastor All Josephine Manor do Or anti settle with Mrs OonJectter I J Wearers or thMrs her aUllt Ito rSquire Anna Davis 1 s to llrfantllvlllelly I or u Mrs slat Neighbors Fla ting mperance owl tIbier 1I cueti n r f i v r y j ii i r v t m Business Items than any Cc cigar made 10 14 1 For Salo 44 acres miles Hughes Swl Come In and renew your subscrlp i tlon 01741 For Sale 1 have UOO bushels of hlll sal ajfV unit next court day 10141 W E Moss Phone 354 F Any Intellgent person may earn a e corresponding for news end 017 3t G B Swlnebroad Premium Given Away Call for tickets l y your shoes at cost Abqndantb rialns horse mule 16 and receive 92431 5 Per cent Money loan In sums of 1000 or more and tliero wlmtftvo aresel liiK Wan you can get the any where clso 02421 ODPowell JIODHNE C A Robinson bought of Mrs L A Turner a cow and calf price 152 60 J S Carpenter sold two nlco steers to J D Pope of Hyattsvllle for 176 Several from hero attended county court In Lancaster Win Oaks and family of Lancaster moved lust week to G R Carpenters place Hayes Raines Is making an visit to relatives In Bell county Mrs Mllly Upton and son McCIlll of Hoyle were with her daughter Mrs Job Mai see several days Mr Fox E Turner Is preparing to erect a now dwelling on his faun here J W Smith and wits and Charles Wells and family of Jessamine are visiting G R Carpenter and family this week Misses Allco Ilamm of Hlckman and Emma Dunn of Nicholasvllle are spending tho week with tho Misses Humm Miss Lotta Hamm of the Exchange Is with home folks and attending the meeting hero this week All owing Mrs Josephine Boner tot call and settle 01731 Why We Are Stronger The old Greeks and Romans were great admirers of health und strength their pictures mind statuary mado the of the men itand out like cords As a matter of fact we have ath letca and strong men men fed on tine strength making load such M Quaker Oats that would win In any contest with tho old Roman or Greek champions Its n matter of food The finest food for making strength of bone nervo IB eau oatmeal Quakor Orate Is the beat because It Is pure no husks or stows or black specks Farm on wives lire finding that by tending tho farm plentifully on Quaker Oats thuy got results work aud economy If you are convenient store buy the regular sire pack It not coat the state buy Urge family package I Insist eftl l 4 tru t6II 1If G frs cad All oyJng Mr tor De on ltt orlertlbNU age wn Yo h ye a good r t W e Eager Hro1Marksbury Ky ill I tit Ie on real estate It you Hl tl moo ate t rail or or ho ow it mto make app tlon 62tt Co o et r Lancaster ftdIlJ an upon clone III Igo es fr better prove nd on- t S Josephl Boner wl 1 pl ago 11 nit ttl C ret I t btcpaskep4coon 242t No a for lOn r b el- Lm ale th Iou Inca se rlenc ranee nary atom or Il pa tic a D1l port Y Lost Aa 4 yeare old n n I l hl high r any for l on r h r urn e tt D Ran ateard st year e Po ell clloup extended ntllligpr c MraU tacker ttinca uscles muscled ogee the use t1 t I I i FALL OPENING OCTOBER 2nd 1909 We are prepared to for inspection the SWELLEST CREATIONS season as well as our home models Wo als have a complete stook and are ready for GIVE US A CALL RELLA ARNOLD die ft o e a l r Falls We invite you to kindly favor us with a call to inspect our line of Millinery OCTOBER 2nd One half hour in their midst will show you more style than you can see anywhere else town i n Best of all the prices are very very reasonable R S BROWN Lancaster Ky CT A BEAZLEYI UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity Embalming Otllae oa naavlllo Btrea FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROUES ALWAYS lit STOCK We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO hasnt been open regular for some time but will bo opened I every Saturday now Come in and get the best PIIOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO SATURDAY OCTOBER SECOND We will have on exhibition a large assortment of the Millinery You are cordially invited to inspect them on the above MRS ALEX WALKER r well known GOLD 1 recognized as ulantlard of style In American blade s HATS dates If j r OOO Q44400400400004 o4 o 01t 1CRIDS V ilurrow Grmiitutu u Jcj OlMici Ullcil Butlilnillon lutrmilced Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Karms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phono 221 Ofllco Your Office over R n m to 12 1 1 m to I Stormct1 Ittng Store H3 F WALTJ3R DENTIST Phone 03 Lancaster Ky M K Denny i S J w I I Jf wine roa I L L w wlrw DENTIST Office Milliner H J TINSLEY County Surveyor rilONE 229J Onicc corner Lexington 8t and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all Stato Courts and District Court OHIco over Police Court Phono 104 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTKR KKNTUCKY M HOUSEBARBER Call Hair Cut and Shampoo North aide of Iubllc Fqunre Hot and Cold Baths UK A S PRICE will practice Dentistry at his hums Richmond uve every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts H M DuncansShop for Hot and Clean Steamed Towels and Sterllzed Razors Wo aprrcclate your trade we are here to May Stick to the old reliable Barber with 23 years ot experience and three chair Richmond street W T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references lightly Colder with Snow When you see that kind of a weath er forecast vou know that rheumatism weather Is at hand Get ready for It now by gettjng a bottle ot Mallards Snow Liniment Finest thing made for rheumatism chilblains trust bite sore and stilt joints and muscles all aches and pains 25c 60c and hllOO a bottle Sold by R E McRoberts lm LIVE STOCK MA1HET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAUDS September 8 Cattle Sheep Itec l U WO MOt Bhl meut V HO U- CATTMI Bhlppen 5W W extra 67X00 C- OUoo i tn choice 4 TfiB64 Common lo fair 3 034 M llolf rcilr 4 rxaooO- ooit to cliolco 68 Common to lair 1 Q3 n Cows extra t ss4 40- Uocil to Cliolco IMi IS Common to fair il w 1 25- Cauusri 1 78 2- 3llullibalnvua 3 1031 u 2X3363 r 7 8 4 U- QAIAfcBt xtr 0- r Common au4 large a WK4 C- OIIOOSi nooij i okt Hud butcber 0 OOC4 8 1- WWU it packer u 7 eoctH 10 Siege 4MK348S Common o choice heavy tat IQW 6 0 0 U Light hlpperi OKX9740- Blunlycorn fed WOiJi760 85- nmxa4 jo fiHKKIiextr Qood to choice Common ta lair Old News Papers For Sale at Record over Arnold U S In and get a Shave I h ao TO J and a hop II HOI lea Butcher Ileen a OO t 7 W II l lhll 110 e I 7 I W r I Min I v 004 ooeoovooooo000ooooeooooooo00V- V I soeoooooooooeoooooeaooooo0000 t a C rr r r rr r bulla r good r W4v r lbr and lea 1 x04 w Ian r Officer l i Farm and Stock 0 Bwlnebroiid bought some feed ers nt 31 cents Mrs T 0 Robinson sold n family horse to Philip Dalton for tiM sting awes for sale Win Galls sold about 12000 pounds ot tobacco tu A L Towers fur lllcti- II K Horndon lost u good mare val tied at 1200 last rlduyfrom paralysis J I Hamilton sold 72 acres of tho Kunlinan farih to Julia Speaks fit 13760 per aero Wm Gaines of Lincoln sold n pair of 2 year old mars mules to Alfred Owens for 280 li E linker of Jlackley sold his farm of 100 acres ot well Improved land lo Wm Cosoy of Tealcrsvllle for 175 per acre I V Naylor sold two old mare mules to Geo Rubles for 1220 and bought a pair of ulds from Dick Burton for 300 court day G I Swlnebroad sold 83 acres more of the J II Dunn placo tu Frank Foltfer at 1100 per acre and bought of him the Jonah Marsee place of 88 acres at SO per acre Horses and Mules Strayed or Stolen Buena Vista Ky Colby Jenkins bought 7 mule colts average CO A Hunley of Danville bought 16 average 800 Jim Woods bought 0 average Crlt Eubanks bought average 103 J E Robinson bought 0 average 72 J I Hamilton sold to Mr Naylor the 72 acres whlchhe purchased from Robt Speak at 83 per acre and sold to at 55 per acre buying at the same time 50 acres from Mr Sparks for 2000 My property for sale Similes from tot 101U Anderson Lancaster W H Denny sold to Bright Fox court day one pair mules for 475 W R Burton sold 0 mining mules to Baird Mann of Lexington at 125 each also 1 harness horse fur 225 ho also bought 0 mules average from 150 to 200 To Dealers In Cr For grail W O Park Kansas City Stock Yards Cold Weather Advice to all Is to beware of coughs and colds on the chest as neglected they to pneumonia other pulmonary troubles Just as soon as the cough appears treat It with Ballards Horehound Syrup the standard cure of America Use as di harmless A cure and preventive for all dlseaseses of the lungsPrice 25c 50u and 1 00 per bottle Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Versatile Printer A printer In Harlem announces In his window Wedding cards funeral cards calling cards playing cards Also poetry written and printed TALK TOWN Nearly Every one In Albion Mich Praise MIo notho Money Back Cure for Indigestion ALIIION MICH The people In are elated to an of the many cures which have lately made by Mlonn a dyspjpsla ci o with a world wide reputatici Ferybody Is Mlona II Ae a wbat some Mrs EiO cured that had mo u long H Mott sV s I had doctored for months without help I usert MI olla and since It three years ago I have been free from the distress Mrs Emma Ovory says Fur months I had dyspepsia stomach distress pains and house Nothing I used relieved or cured till I used Mlo E McRob rts Mio druirulst In Lancaster sells he wmiderf ul dyspep cents a largo boxand ha thin i of It that ho will vivo your back If It doesnt cure I Onroa mtarrh or buck Josl liruutbeltln OompIetooutfltJucJudlnj d A pear 150 7 farm n Sch I trlc se j sod bu ild es ry s For h 101 or itddre e Joh E lead consumption- or rectedperfectly OFTHE Albion extent all remarkable een respected resld tli ay Ca me or n stomach t uble bothered II aa non ilia taro MI IIn for 0 s well 111111tO hw court day Iravea nod WI any n 1ti Thurs 2 2 year Wet A y o having hors or m les sell I 1 roil seeing nes w 11 buy then at n tiu o lid giv J t highest w ke pr eA- a lV urtun Lancaster Ky br harsu or 10 toads 1gh let m pl oS d Ynlg T au- cr t po fy o a d r e eta t e wait Mr Sparks 70 acres ofMltclielis an Lexing plk tied milf rick h In rout all I t hobopar Ic its p S e d feedin c ttl all- an u pla yo order WI U A Coupe Co miss n Co Ka sa tv Stock ar s A trett sole ti n or what m ant wi 1 be ad b ur V 0 Pnr honest y nr p onto n O Inn ord rA n Ids h Please ileac all J one to 101 lOt readily CS y unusua because endorsing yslMI o na rev using ton HYOME1 lutralerll k eaIr 6ustom Grinding Every SATURDAY AFTERNOON Meal kept for at all times Most Grocers keep our Meal and Flour Wanted Old Corn Henley V Bastin SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS AT McRoberts Drug Store Good Morning Uncle Sam jj Good Morning Boss Say Undo Sam where do you buy your COAL AIm doys only ono Plato to buy coal Boss and data right whar I gits mine right down hayah at do Lancaster Lumber Yards Boys got Red Star Coal at ICcts an do best lOc coal you cber soon for do monoy toys not a clinker in it Dats right boss Sanders Sanders I J I i i I J I It h t ij t t t u Et I t I t t t t OQC OOCOOOOO OOC x u 4 1 I C er I l 1 t t t t t t t Iak1aaA tAltttdualdklaataEaEvtasta tauavtatnt- r S ex- change1 tic t tt 17 7 t I- Yt7tSiltr lYt1tIl IYUYtYtl 1 1 i i 1t1 1t1 t1 i tlti iltl t I I I o oF I c oo ere a I r mil The Famous Transylvania Stake This great race on Thursday Oct 7th third day of the Lexington Trots Is for the annual trotting champion ship of the world It Is always a great race and this year will be sensational 14 of the best stake winners In the country are named Including Margin 205 Pensla Maid 2001 Rob Douglas 2001 Inner Guard 200t Paderewskl 2001 Marie N207 Todd Mac 2071 Jack McKerron 2071 Baron May 2071 Carroll 2081 El Victress 2031 etc One fare round trip on railroads dur hIlt meeting Oct C10 For Study of Mankind i Would you learn to know your look at mankind and their deed Would you learn to know mankind look Into your own heart Schiller I i A Shaking Up may all be very well so far as the trusts are concerned but not when It cornea to chills and lever and Quit the quinine and take a real cure Rallards Herblne no harmful drugs and Is as cer tain as taxes If It doesnt cure you get your money back Sold by R E McRoberts lm Phonograph In Austrian School The phonograph Is In use In some Austrian schools and by its means pu pile are made familiar with famous speeches in history Pretty Tribute to Woman God mode woman small In order to do a more choice piece of workman Bhlpr Alfred da MunoU malaria Contain Lexingto rots OCT TO 16 THE GRTE IN THE WORLD STAKES sooo PURSES 21000 FUTURITY Tuesday Oct 5 3000 TENNESSEE Tuesday Oct 5 5000 TRANSYLVANIA Thursday Oct 7 3000 CUP STAKE Monday Oct 11 GREAT 2j03 PACE Friday Oct 9 5000 TROTTING HANDICAP Thursday Oct 14 Other Daily and of America BLANCHE IN DAILY CONCERTS ONE FARE ON RAILROADS J i Sensatlona ace Webers Pzo BE NOT EHAFFEY Soprano Sololst below Illll llMlllllg ll lot tilt MOlU lira of onrUrmcriiilMicrlbcrii unit I for the ute ol ilo k xritln and lliltiRi nil teeth the Utiner ennnot nrtorit to ties No notice kill l over tour linn Mill will lifonlflu two of the lUconii fr ofcliitti Flveorhlx hundred tobacco sticks V G Anderson j Wanted Qnulnir for 20 yearling cat Do and ID two year old chills or nnv I part of them Iliono U II Lcflford I or write T Rice Hlcliniund Kr I 1IUVANTHV1LLB Miss Elizabeth Uoborlson of Louis vlllo cAme lust week to oc with Mrs C U Ilcokor this season na trimmer Mrs pecker IIIIR a beautiful line of millinery nl Mrs Honors old stiind anti sin will bo pleased to hnvo her friends call nnd see her line before Kulnir where Miss Robertson IH qulti in experienced Irlinmcr and she feels sure she can please the most faslld loin Mr U A McGrath of Grcenvlllo S 0 was here this week on business Mrr Fanny to leave next week for an Indelliilfu stay with her sister Mrs Parr nt Lebanon Ind Mrs T R Adams spout several days In Lexington recently Mr U P IMtlon Misses Hefslo nnd Katie Patton and Mr Ilurvu ration attended the convention of the Chris thin church at Lexington lest week Miss Mary Hunter of Qullman Oa left Wednesday to return homo after a months stay with Mayino Hal lard Hunter wilt stop In Atlari ta fur a visit tu relatives In route Mrs Jell Dunn was In Lexington last week Mrs W A Dlckcrson nnd Miss Eliza Ison were In Dauvlllo shopplqu Saturday Mr Letcher Christopher of Somer sot has accepted a position as sales man with Dickerson Hros Miss Katie ration entertained at dinner Saturday for Miss Hunter of Qultumn Georgia Mr and Mrs U A McGrath left Wednesday night to return to their home at Greenville S C Mrs Me Grail the summer here Miss Mnymo Ballard entertained nt cards Tuesday evening In honor of her guest Miss Hunter of Qullman was a farewell to Miss Hunter win left Wednesday to return home Fire Hundred was played and after a very Interesting name a dollttblful lunch con was served It was one of Iho most pleasant events given for Miss HuMtcrdurlntf her visit Those who enjoyed the evening were Misses Hun ter Anna Kay Jenkins Katie Patton Lillian Leavcll Maud and Mabel Mar tin Messrs Oscar Patton Jesse Per kips Price McGrath W U Host Herbert Klnnalrd W U Burton and Dr B 0 Hose All owing Mrs Josephine Boner for millinery will please cull and settle with Mrs C C Decker at once 01731 SURPRISING CONDITIO CITY WHERE GRAYHAIlED PEOPLE RIDICULE tHE OSLER We learn that a of the Q Ban Hair Restorer Tonic win bought by one arm In Omaha City Kdcnlly the cray heads and those possessing this strugKly halt III Omaha City are realize that the advantage of nfescrvlnif a youthful ap pearance to be lightly disregard ed Dr OWra theory may bo wrong but nevertheless many men have fall cd to secure a position that otherwise they might have secured but for the gray hairs that announced the ap proach of loss of energy youth Who makes the best on the employer seeking man with gray hair or with u youthfnl head of nun The uso of QUan Hair make some people look uuJLtwrYty years had been njjlwl back for We publish testimonial that came writer tcstllles to the tact course ro stored the hairs ho had to the original for It Hair Re slorer docs tho 4sume fur you after using six bottles your money will bo refunded by the druggist of whom you buy the preparation We claim for tho 1C will keep your scalp In a condition mod will Increase of the hair at least three per year un til the limit of growfli has been reach d K recommends anti sells tiles preparations If you uro haired or yourlmlrli fade you can have the first full bottle by sending 12c In postage to tho HesslgKllU Drug Co Memphis Tennessee laving sold farm I will soil to and bidder on WEDNESDAY Oth at my residence tuna near the Orchard Grufa school house box 10 brakes good us now many other farming tools and lions kitchen furniture Halo begins promptly ut 10 oclock Tones made on day of sale Am Bourne Auot p T JWO WN I E Apace use u A her accepted Z Miss has spent I iA THEOR earl d o stall p pIe II rg commenclt to Is nd urn cession h pthe th Ulan Restorer an the bolo u unsolicited the tI t t I Hair Tunic list IY ti length In es edIt MoRobe II Ir y conuienc lit Ii 00 Public OUT felt Oil cite Julio ngi war 11111esj e Ii ole o 12 ye old brood marel 3- suckl nil toles milk b suck II cult J II 2 horse wagon 1 buck 0 cuttlllil 1 hOlt h 4ee444voeevaeeeeeva4vevea44 I COLUMjvoeveooodeeetKD44e4eve4ee4144 ten Mho s for sale else Miss Cat druggia two Q Bun lieu Sale my Two rood mare cows heard l I to CLARKS DOUBLE DISC CUTAWAY It tines better work nl sue half the expense ns the old li style Harrows COME IN AND SEE IT Hoosier Wheat Drills both one and two horse Oliver Plows Studebaker Wagons Majestic Ranges Moors and Clarks oj Heaters g- J E Mount Co I I J W II ra r 11 i h J 1 1 i U f 4Cr1 af ltal 0 4f 111J U MT HKltltUN AO Mentuomcry J M Vanderpool 27 acres of land In this locality for 11050 One crop of hemp wed has been sold lu this locality at 360 per bush el The baby at Mr Johnson Speak has been quite sick Mr H L Thompson bought of Mr Johnson Speaks his form of 62 acres price 2800 Tho meeting at this place conducted by Rev J I Wills Is belnir well nt tended nnd much Interest IH manifest Johnson Speaks sold a mule colt for 75 Mr and Mrs Rllshna Forbes of Mc Creary were the guests of Mr nnd Mrs J FSherrow Saturday and Sun day Misses Edith Monluomcry and Ocr crude McQucrry and Mrs and little daughter Lucy are the quests of Mrs Kdd Grow Mr and Mrs Phjllp McMllllan of Hoylo were weekMr Hiram Ray nnd wife of luck eye attended preaching at this place Sunday Mrs James Scott and daughter Mrs A Dean and were with friends here the luster part of last week Messrs Solomon Guilders and Mar lon Montgomery left Tuesday for a visit to Illinois and Missouri Mrs Will Vanderpool and llttlowon Max of Lexington are with relatives hereMr J H Dean sold w Mr fell of Nlcholasvllle a horse for A Banquet spread before you would do you no good It you couldnt cat What good can food do a child when its soon as It enters Its stomach It Is eaten by worms Thats the reason your baby ailing cross pasty steed and thin Give It Whites Cream Vermifuge It will expel the worms and act as a tonic for the child Sold bv R K McRoberts 1m HI Vocation Settled Parko I dont know what 1 nm over KohiR to do with that boy of mine Ho Is careless and absolutely rocktcaa of consequences and douint loom to taro for any ono Ijne Good You can make a taxicab out of him Life Skepticism We confess that wo are always a lit lie auspicious of tho man who says ho takes a cold lath awry morning ot tUo year Topoka Capital Cream Vermifuge e bought of Willie Grow hbte last little son 1160 S I d river Kansas wHITE 1 THE National Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus S20000 A H DEMY Iruldtnt J B STOHHES Irtit S C DENNY Cubist J F Robinson AMt Cashr R T Kmbry Saml D Cochran Alex It Denny A 0 Robinson John K Klormcn S C Wl Williams Ice 11111 KCTO Its J L GIll Book keeppr Denny THE GUiniNIEED WORM KEIEDY I THE CHilpllENS FAVORITE TONIC n m or IIUTATIONI Liniment C T soul Me Molloborts Drug Store Till au atNUU 1 oNtvr- Ballnrlj SnoW I rt1Fril1l IDJfJilll 1 The COMING I HARROW IA FINK FA1WI IN IAKIIAKI COUNT FOR 8ALK A blue r i Urtn lor ilnuted on new U iu Point l v II and ill miles south ol lj rem r onlilnlnr aw ll loralmt In rucxl nel litKtlio 1WlnK put ol John Wilier with himlieme new e ntoom rcidttttfr thereon II ntetuxiT outbuilding sued new watcrxi ill Udvcr UlllPf iprlnii creek rutinlnt through T HM j c iti In loud balance and Iwu year Iron ilaroliile bearlux ill per nol interest until paid 1vrtuni looking such place release or V O Kj a Steam Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them tiny dcbth Igor further information writeJ E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New flee a coil hero learn Well t one for write Well Drillingl KILL THE WITH Discovery idle seta the trash two sick slid cc WAIJCEII Stanford firet class FOR OUCHS PRICE too A aIM Trial OotUt Free AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATIGFACX01U OH MONEY JIEFUNDED R It McRoberts Drug Sore Tired Women Women worn and tired from need a Ionic Thai Iccllng tiredness will set leave you ol llself Take Cardul That for the ailments and weak ol women Thousands ol women have tried Cardul and el Its great benclll to then of weak less or Ness rile overwork fake CAROUI 1 A recent teller from Mrs Charles grasp ol Sweelser lad says Tongue caR tell how muck your ned icine has done for Me Be lore I began taking Cardul could a days work I would work awhile and lie down I shall always live raise le your Medicine Try Cardul Fer sale everywhere B4I I do It- r let not p I t v a a t1