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THE CENTRAL RECORD1URK KKMUlOb UNTARN1BI1KD DEMOGJtAC TiriUtTIKTIt YHAIt LANCASTER KY F1UDAY OCTOBER 8 won I t ANlJ Goon VIWNMENT r I NfJttnlrltU Yl- I r Gasoline Engines Corn Mills Feed Mills Corn Crushers Feed Cutters Wood Saws and PUMPING OUTFITS sold and erected We have a few slightly used Corn Crushers on hand that we will sell at a bargain Let us make you estima tions on your wants CONN BROTHERS a i j i t lit F h u mt jS p v r vr i Miss Mnry Arnold reported quit Elder F M Tinder says ho lll hl pulpit hero Sunday If possible I Roy C C Ilrown has been engaged In n series of meetings ut Junction Clay The Fiscal court met Tuesday anti adjourned till the IClh day of the month Hughes Bwlnebroad sold the Dunn cottngc on Richmond avenue 8 Hughes for 1800 Rev land Mrs O P Bush moved Wednesday to tho now Haptlst parson ago on Stanford Street rue ofllco and hall of tho Kcngarlan hotel have been newly papered and It Indeed makes a beautiful Improve ment Dr W M Elliott bought of Mrs II A McOrath her house and 60 acres of land adjoining Bryantsvlllc for 15700 The Mite Society of the Presbyte rlan church wishes to announce that they will hayo an exchange on Wed nesday before Thanksgiving Mr B D IIerndon will not now be annoyed about making a will and dill tributing his property as he has an hfclr a handsome boy born Saturday Wo regret to hear of the death of John Hardln ut Decatur Illinois He recently left this county and has a largo relationship here among whom Is Mrs Alexander Walker who Is a sister On Parole William Humber has been released from tho penitentiary on parole on account of poor health we are In formed At Play While at play on tho school grounds last week Will Rice Amon got his arm broken Tho last report from the lit tie fellow was encouraging Schooler Noel Married at the residence of the brides parents In this vicinity on Wednesday Miss Halllo Schooler and Jasper Noel Rev O P Bush olllclat big Painful Accident Last Friday afternoon while It E Henry and wife were driving their horse became frightened and began to kick The buggy was turned over and Mrs Henrys arm was broken while Bob only sot a few scratches Though her suffering has been Intense she Is Improving rapidly sick of Irlpp fill I f to a 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 4 WQv ff IIII r t 1 4 c I I 0 l 41 r f 4 w tiI a- r I TLIJ i v rA r Asl j PrTH KnlKJ K T Pollard was takers to Louisville by Ir IJurnolt fur nn operation B W Llllanl win llnid M100 fl Dnnvlllo for telling liquor Ho paid 1300 rind closed his drug store Mr Ueurge M Patterson bough tho lot where the from Unmans mud Elmore for I12UO lie has boon granted u permit by the City Council to erect n brick front building with mutnl sides and root Wo hope ho will build 11 first claw opera house It would pay City Improvement Tho City Council has wisely doter mined to Improve our street crossings They havo received u carload of vitri fied brick with which crossings will b made In such a manner that dirt not accumulate on them and a now road machine to grade and Improve the roads in tho city Hurrah fur tho Mayor and the Councilmen Let the citizens Improve their pavements to show the Council their appreciation of tho public Inter est taken Woman Chrlttlan Association Mesdames Cochran and Farra at tended tho twenty ninth annual sea sloe of Kentucky Womans Christian Association which met In Lexington this week A former Lancastrian James Nathan Elliott was on the pro gram for an addres subject On Be half of the liar Young Mr Elliott Is rapidly rising to the front In the legal profession and no doubt did him self proud upon this occasion Very Successful The entertainment given by Miss Nannie Harbeo at tho residence of Mrs Robert Lytlo last Friday evening under the auspices of the Daughters of the Confederacy was very In point of attendance and receipts and highly enjoyable from an artistic and musical standpoint Miss liar bees reputatllon as an entertainer Is now coextensive with the United States and those who assisted tier In the musical program deserve tho high est praise Danrllla Advocate Welcome Mr Robert L Arnold n prominent farmer tif tholslnt Lick section has leased the Kuutlman property on Dan vlllo avenue and will locate hero time benefit of our excellent school In educating his children Wo this good family Many aro corning here on account of time school which Jrof Bridges has made one of the best In the State and which Is the pride of our people It will soon be come necessary to enlarge the school buildings Mad Stone A gentleman by the name of II F Flannery of Leighton Leo county Kentucky was In our city Tuesday trying to sell a mad stone Ho said ho found It about two months ago In Oklahoma and utter It was pro nuunced genuine by several physicians was ollered 200 for It but he refused sell It and holds It for MO It was about two inches long ono Inch wide and very porous Seems that he could have a quick sale for It If he could that It was good for what It Is recommended Bonxloy Harris Friday night at 8 oclock Cathcryn Grinstead Heazley became wife of Mr J Randolph Harris Rev T W Barker of the Methodist church performing the ceremony wedding was a quiet one on ac count of tho Illness of the formers daughter and only a few Intimate friends and relatives were present bride Is a daughter of Rev W S Grinstead a former pastor of the Methodist church hero and Is very popular and accomplished while the man of her choice Is ono of Lincoln iountys substantial as well as most excellent citizens and their many friends here and elsewhere wish for unbounded happiness Interior Journal The groom Is a Qarrurd county man anti of course it goes without saying the above mention U altogether Johnnie Pop do babies ever cuss Father Why no Johnnie babies never mild curse Juhinlo0h yes they did pop tho llblo says so Father Johnnie you must bo crazy lliblo never said any thing of the Johnnie Why pop dont tho BIble Job cursed tho day lio was born House and Lot For Solo I desire to sell privately my In Lowell KY consisting of u good five room house and two acres of fund A property Is wolf Improved w st convcn In Oarrurd county and any onT desiring n good I wpuld be pleased tu have thorn and we OaU Yin Hurt Sr t plotlllo how Ktlllldll will After rca rg t e a slTUI I tll ss rater uu nt hen by II Bllrbce II no Ire char this night jc to- Ilet to prove time The The them that true Thin kind say t rftCox s ilil successful abavr cue tan them a Irian Friday Admission welcome Mrs now f property rhl IUD goad mare all n out butt rigs pleat of trul II o well war both suipi r and lee one dos u three churc os uid acl mil and r road Um hw I s uno the lent min best to U home call bee + Lawson On last Sunday morning every voice In tho county had words of sympathy to express to Mr and Mrs W L Law son when It was announced that Miss Alma their only daughter had been called to her Eternal llcst on Satur day night Monday afternoon In the presence of one largest gatherings of friends relatives that have In tho Lancaster cemetery the funeral services were conducted by Rev C C Brown assisted by Eld F M Tinder AH time sweet and most appropriate song dare In time arm of Jesus was sung all opportunity was given tho many friends to pay their lust respects to their loved one which was done with probably the most Moral offering that has been here When her schoolmates with whom we associate her name Bhowed their deep bereavmcnt It touched the heart of present Miss Alma was a member of the Presbyterian church eighteen years of ago and Is survived by her father and mother and three brothers She was u universal favorite at home at school In every social circle where she was known Possessed of a sweet dis position a bright mind and attractive personal appearance she will live long In tho memory of many who join the family In mourning over her untimely departure Grateful Words We deslro to express our everlasting gratitude tA time many who it In dear daughter SMr and Mrs W L Lawson Expressions Appreciations and the floral offerings Mrs Rebecca West and Family Brown Thompson Miss Brown and Mr Morris Thompson were united In wedlocks holy bonds Wednesday morning at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs A U Brown Jr Elder F M Tinder sealing the contract The bride Is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs A B Brown Jr and being one of the graduates of the Lan castfr school last year has made many friends and admirers In this commu pity while the groom Is time son of Mr Smith rhompson of Stone and Is a welltodo young farmer After a reception at the grooms home the happy couple took a bridal trip to Ohio Time RKCOUD wishes them a long and happy life Davidson The Hupmobllo a Beauty Geo U Harris and J E Stormes have secured the agency for the Hup mobile and broucht In the demon strating car last Thursday Mr Har ris driving it through from Louisville In four hours actual running time distance ono hundred miles The Hupmobllo is of the runabout type geared up three to one and is of running five miles an hour It has an eighty six inch wheel base four cylinder water cooled motor equipped with a Bosch high tension magneto and Is shaft driven One ut the chief charms of this wonderful little car Is its great strength and ex treme simplicity to operate It has two speeds forward and reverse with nolslcss change speed gears and Is driven entirely by pressure of the toot throttleIt no spark lover and the drivers hands are always on the wheel for guiding It has a multiple disc clutch running In oil which Insures smooth starting and stopping Time braking Is both expanding und contracting op erating on the rear hubs by foot pedal and side emergency love and aro very positive Tho car weighs on Iv eleven hundred pounds which means low cost for upkeep It gives us pleasure to extend the glad hand of welcome to time Hupmobllo and we predict for It many friends and What The Answer What State Is called tho Mother of Presidents Virginia Who was called tho Black John A Logan What President was forced to go to Washington in disguise Abraham Lincoln What Presidential campaign was called the lard Older Campaign That of 1840 when W II Harrison was elected What Indian duct was defeated by Mud Anthony Wayne Little Tur tie Whoso dying words wore This Is tho last of earth and I am content John Qulncy Adams Whp said Wo have met tho enemy and they are ours Commodore Perry What U time oldest university In the United States Wboii foundcdHar yard 1030 What literary man was called the Interrogation Point because of his deformed body Alexander Pope ot the and everyone oJ I Ielf red ot conso t on ay1otur III is ur realest be th oss I I e most a lily p eclat the mat visIt het tut Uo and 1 cons ling ords t r mapy friends durl a last and Ilrea ereave ment a wo wll her rem bet the sweet sic admir- erS Eagle gathered profuse L L z x r z x t rand friend wad aria R reai lour 1 ntte Bessie All l rted urrev w leas at h d o settle 1082t capable sixty The Most Wonderful Range IN THE WORLD Youll think so If you take the time to look It over Youll know It after you have had one lu your kitchen for a few weeks Youll find this Peer of Ranges at our store I o I I fitVVtaUatGtlsVqCVgtGtr tr tin Omttfil0tnQGttO4d1 i An expert Range Demonstrator will be with us October 1 8 to 23 Call and see him Biscuits and Coffee are served free and valuable souvenirs given away HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky i ZZZZ I I ltltfl ItltllZllZltZ lt MitMt Apron Sate Ladles of M E Church will hav their Saturd Moss Bailey The marriage of Miss Mary Moss and Mr II C Bailey of Pendleton Virginia was solemlzed at the home of the brides parents Tuesday morn ing at 10 oclock Elder F M Tinder officiating It was home with no attendants was handsomely attired In a suit with hatancl gloves to snatch Miss Moss a daughter of Mr and Mrs W B Moss of this city and a niece of the late Congressman David I Colson of the Eleventh District and has a hosts of friends In the coun groom Is In the railroad busi ness In Virginia Astor an extensive trip through Colorado and other parts of the West the happy couple will be at home at Pendloton Vlsglnla The RKCOKD expresses congratula tions to the groom and wishes the couple a pleasant journey through life Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against W R Teater deceased aro hereby notified to accordlnyto law arid file thqm with us at Teafers vlllel torney U lUaU L T Teater M Teater Executors 1084t of W Teeter Dccd Pr n If 20 p 10SU wedding traveling Is tyThe W I Ill at Ky a before Novemb rifer nun st8d end ex a Novem egoist verifrt men 3y or v itlt vhs aster General News Auditor James and Treasurer Farely have made all arrangements to send out next week the checks for the school teachers pay amounting to 1100000 ThIS will be the first of school money for the present and time teachers will meet with no delay Iti receiving their salaries At a meeting of the district of time Burley Tobacco Society at Winchester the vote or the coun ties on the Burley pool wus ratified Time officials returns show 103000 acres nave been pledged Unit thcro Is a substantial Increase in tho pledges during the extension for untlll October 20 the feeling among growers Is that time pool should be declared Judge B F Hill of Henry county has pooled his tobacco In a card Judge lull says conditions have changed and he Is willing to take part In a peaceful organization for the protection of the grower President will spend the week In California arriving at Davis evening Time latter halt of the wek will be given over to a visit to the Yosemite Valley San Francisco Sacramento Oakland and other points will also be visited Clarenco Lebus of Cynthlana will tho head of tho Burley To bacco Society At a meeting of tho district board held at Winchester Mr LoBus was unanimously roelecteid president of tho society It was also de tided to remove the headquarters to Lexington but this was cd and will be taken up again Installment Oaf newspaper Tuft Monday continue as committee signing 1 J r t tl Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on HickoryOld WAGONSWith new Improvements makes them the strongest and lightest running WAGON on the market W J Romanst Lancaster Kentucky CENTRAL HECOiKItM- OKt WKKKtY HM A VkAH F S HUGHES EdrPubr if lit A Mambtr Ky Preea Association Lancaster Ky October 8 1900 Raton For Political Announcements Fur 1riolnct mid City 600- Por County Olllccs 1000 Fir State and District Ofllcen 1000 For Gall per line 10 Fur CarcK per lino For nil publications In the Inter cut of Individual or expression of Indlvldiml views per line 10 Obltunrlnn per HIIP Oft r t 101 hen a- BielHldofN raid Eighth tJlstrlct publisher Lugue 10 00 t 4 I t shred nl ti xaIlntt e- r Office n r Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judgo M 0 Suilley Fur Commonwealth Attorney Chas A llurdln Fur SUite Senator It I Hubble Fur Representative J O Hoglc For Circuit Clerk WJJ Mason County Judge A I Ford For County Attorney J K For County Clerk J VV Hamilton For Sheriff OcoT Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jell nlelllgglns For Jailer Jack Adnmn For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan For Mii lstrate District No 1 J P Bourco For Coroner Hnnry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS I To the Republican party of Uarrard county am the nee for County Attorney and will ap predate D We aro authorized to announce James It u candidate for In Buckeye district nuni bar three to the dictate of no political party Bryan Bnllcy The Kood jadKiiKMitof J Bryan was shown In liln refusal to accept a proposition to debate with Senator Halley of Texas on of tar iff taxation of Imported raw material Ho one can say that Mr Bryan Is afraid to enxano In discussion with any roan Nu one can say that ho Is nut a debater of rare ability No one can say that he has not the courage of his convictions and Indeed extra ordinary courage reasons for de dining the debate commend them selves to every properthinking Tno tendency of the discussion would bo to ucceutuutu party d lifer cnces on the threshhold of the election of members of congress next year Democrats who have observed the dissatlsfuctlou with the Zion tariff have and reasonable hope of controlllni the next congress With such a fair prospect In It would be suicidal at this time fur tiny democrat wedge of alum There are several worthy Ken tleuien of thlsdlstrlct to whom sum uiJii rumor ascribes a present Con of bttComliiK candidates for time democratic nomination We are nut certainly udvlstd that this rumor Is founded on fueL but on the ussump thin that it Is u tact It Is one which brought hume to too party In Ken tueky will Illustrate the almost Inul fully of the internal dissension which would possibly tallow a dispute umontr themselves a question vyhlch should and will be determined by the next DcmocrullcNatlotial Convention LUc race referred to promises to be lively enough at all events without toe uddltloii of extraneous questions Each gentleman spoken of has points of excellence and his personal follow injf lion Harvey Helm of Lincoln wo are sure will seek u Jim clllclcnt public service and lurtfu ucjualniunco In the district will se cure fur him an udvtntutfe worth con slderlnu lion W J Price of Boyle county Is frequently iiiBiitlonen us a probable candidate Ills uwu attainments lily capacity us speaker and a largo und Inlluunllal family connection will servo him udmlrably should he enter the contest Judtfo W U null of Meteor has friends In thu district wno are already p commeiidlnif him to the party Jlull hut thuudvantayoof u qualntuiice In the judicial district which Is embraced within the Blonal district and Ills service as clr cult judge Is deemed a factor to his credit lion Jeny Sulllviin of Madison county may bu regarded as n candl date though wo urn not a ware that ho hiss KQ definitely announced lie Is a lawyer of flue ability a legislator of experience a democrat to the core but like Helm und Price lie ought to bo triple taxed with a revenue tax a polo tax HII excise tax mid all kinds of taxes until ho vets u Judge lied tile only one of tho lll 4 who l married rue HECQUU fa rots compolllinj a man to marry be fore he can vote run for ofllce keep A tavern or ue a road oyoreeer Can uc rl Ison yoursuppurt lJellry liP laIItrdto W the subject Ills democrat Aldrich to drive u largo JII For r Robins 1 uu lleru strungI sight die lu c re endursem I J Bung ice t b of- 1 1 1 on mid dou t sera term tint cut midge trite tic to P a tit of tr O J otisljr w Romincnd to ench of Koiitlciticn both nnd cxnin lliyan Ho hunting the party to got together for limo next congrca ultiiml campaltfii Ho Insists that UN oritniilralloit be perfected nnd main tamed llo recommends that nil olio iMUcsbofillmlimtedjund Ills tluiuly Klnccrn advice IIIIB tho support of lid own work along this line Tlio ItKCUitu ramp odd that our prospect for sleeting n membor of connrcss next gent will bo llmlnUhcd just lu tlm proportion that those who nmy be looked Ions potty leaders fall to ncllvo support to ticket In the tho present Judicial and county races Ucspondlnn to a call which had been Issued by C A Arnold chairman of the Democratic Campaign commit tee n number ut Democrats met ut court house on Saturday to con unit advise and suggest In reference to time ornnnlzatlon of the county During the temporary nbsenco of chad man W 0 Oooch was called to the chair and time object of the meet tug explained few stirring re marks by County Attorney J Rob Insun Hon It II TumlliiKun was called who delivered an eloquent and earnest appeal for party ulle lance claiming that It Is the duty ut every Democrat to support time nominees und the vote to como out Ho paid a high tilbuto to our county of and insisted that the fiscal nf falis of the county should remain In the hands of democrats This should be because they have done their duty In Improving thu roads the schools and everything that tends to Insure the public good handling the pnbllc funds In u consistent conservative and economical manner Valuable suggestions were made by d I Hamilton W I William J N White M D Hughes and othcis On motion of lion W 1 Williams It was agreed that the Campaign chairman and the precinct commltteemen shall select ten men In each precinct to urge the vote out and todo everything that eau bo done to Insure time election of the ticket und report at a meeting beheld next Saturday ut 2 oclock m This work Is done to supple merit the good work already dune by too candidates and to swell the ma jorities Much enthusiasm was man ifested No good democrat will rest until victory Is ours March In un broken columns und be true to your selves your party and your country Let the slogan be Bun them In a bunch Vote for the entire ticket as you are obligated lode Democrats pay fourfifths ut tho taxes and they should control the fiscal affairs of the county It Is like u man looking at ter his own business rjy a large majority the Burley growers voted that the pool should bo continued this year and that the books should be kept open until October 20 Over one hundred thousand acres are In the pool with 01000 unpuuled We said from the beginning that the principle ut the pool was right and since the Society agrees to advance fifty of the value of the crop where the tenants or other growers need It we believe that our farmers should po5l and help others who have borne the burden In the tight against the trust and Drought millions of dollars to the farmers Judge B F Hlirof Henry county who opposed too pool so earnestly last year now In It We quote from statement made by him i It js Impossible to got protection under present conditions from tho law making power for the lawmak Ing power Is the property of the unjustly thrive at the expense of labor In all depart meats It Is trite but It Is true that IIIQ tunnels ore yearly robbed ut the produce of their lobar There Is but ono way out of this condition Meet organization with organization All appeals fur loyalty In the Dem ocratlo ranks apply not only to time county but to the Judicial District races No district In the State will he blessed with more clllolent than that pure and obis prosecutor Hon Charles A Hardln and that Jurist Judge M U lath of whom are true tried capable and above till honest and sincere In tlio discharge of olllclal duties Such men should and will run with time county ticket Captain Herndon other candidate fur Judge not even expect tho full voto of his party because ho was not nominated and gets on the ballot by petition while too democrats will support Judge Saulley ho bolas the regular nominee The Captain Is n can Dud u lawyer but ho would riot make a good Judge because ho Is not trained to sea both sides of a case If ho could see oath sides of this case ho would nut ntako the non All good Democrats realize the Im of party loyalty and harmony They fool as much bound to support the nominee as they du to fulfill any other obligation ThU has always been the rule and It Is as binding to day us ever Organization us esson In patty ranks as In any condition life and he who forsakes the ranks party In the future To the victor the soldier who remains In tanks be longa the spoils Ho lot us not be load astray by side Issuesor personal con alterations Voto under the rooster and sloop well We received announcement which appears In the first column on this pogo James U Henry us a candl dote for Maulstrate In Buckeye Dill numbar three Although Mr Henry will make his race subject to the dictates ot no political patty be so j n fi Jan till 0 the ndylco pIe lit I urge tobacco per cent Is Interest that seek to renowned cannot to be tuyorod by tho the oti u gl lie lit t bra ot11 Saul rap ezpro4 lie cars to tin a will vote lc iiU tlnmiin ut thd first dugr e anti would fulfill tho dutlM of time office to tho satisfaction of nil McCnrtv fcoii In the primary lion coolest cast In limo court of np penis It now becomes tho duty of lUughinan and his followers fall In line and pulp to roll up n big for tho entire Democratic ticket In Lincoln county Judge Saulley wax hero Wednesday afternoon meeting friends nod get WIll used to tho road and limo old sur roundliigo before taking Ills sent tile bench again us ho Is as sure to elected as Novemlipr 2nd comes Editor E C Walton In In Martins vlllc being treated for rheumatism from which plats ho wrote nn Inter cstlng letter to hM paper Tho BedRock of Suocosi lies In u keen clear brain backed by Indomitable will and resistless energy Such power commies from the splendid health that Di Kings Now Life Pills Impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmon Llzemore W Vn writes They are the best pills I over used 25c at B E McUobertB 1m UNION Mr John Clark and two daughters of Cartersvllle visited relatives here Sunday Mrs Wm Coon and children of Lowell were guests of relatives here last week Mr C W Murphy the veteran turn contractor Is building a pike near Spoonvlllo bOeorgo Wells and Gatliff Smith with their families have gone to Illl nols to make their future home Joe Kuykendall of East Burnstadt visited his sister Mrs Jack Hammack lost week Ho went from here to Ohio Mr W R Murphy of Lynchburg Vu stopped on his way home from Knoxvllle to visit his father Mr C W Murphy Mrs A J Hnmmack and daughter Mrs Fannie Koclher have been vis Itlng In Louisville and Indiana Mrs Koeler will proceed to Texas where showlll teach school Miss Agness Murphy after r vacation with her grandparents and Mrs E W Murphy has re i u rued to her home In Lynchburg where she will enter the Holy Cross Academy A Banquet spread before you would do you no good If you couldnt cat What good can loud du a child when as soon as It enters Its stomach It Is eaten by worms Thats the reason your baby Is ailing cross peaty faced and thin Give It Whites Cream It will expel tho worms and act ns a tonic for the child Sold bv R E McRobcrts 1m 1 PKEAtiJIKItSrifjLB Horace Miller of Uroadhcad visited friends here S D Carpenter sold his farm to a mountain man Horn to the wife of V C Cummins sun William Henry John Rlgsby bought a horse from Henry Lunsford for 130 John D Morton of Stanford visited Mr and Mrs John Williams Miss Mlnnlo Pherlgo and brother of Lexington visited at II G Cummins E K Sutton of London was vis Itlng his sister Mrs M O Kennedy Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson of Danville were visiting relallves licro J L Kennedy has moved to time property recently purchased of J 1C Sutton Mr and Mrs John Hester of near Paint Lick visited Mr und Mrs Lunsford Carlo Urlllaln King of Norman Oklahoma Is visiting friends and rel atlves here A J Thompson and wife of visited the w H J Miss Fannie Colyer of Crab with her guests Misses Eliza Pike and Core Oaks of Brodhcad at tended church hero Miss Mary Logan Anderson tho handsome daughter of David of Uarrard was time guest of her cousin Miss Alllo May Cummins The school taught by Miss Sarah inward at the Hobbs1 school houso Is progressing very nicely It Is quite a treat to too passersby to hear her pupils sing Old Kentucky Homo Rev Plerco Bryant hold a very sue cessful meeting at the Baptist church which resulted In seven additions to the church und It N behoved that lnucl1 Ono of our oldest Inlmbltantisays was the most opjoyublo meetings hold hero In many a day The preaching was all that could bo desired and the singing con ducted by Mr B T Lunsford was tine Miss Ella Thompson u visitor d mated as organist and Is deserving of compliment for the nice music Frightful Averted I would have been a cripple for life from u terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Dlsborry Kelllher without Buckleus Arnica Halve which soon cured mo for wounds cuts and bruises t soon cures hums Scalds Old Sores Bulls tikln Eruptions Worlds best for riles saoutnE MoUoberti lm 111 I1 i lug a M it Jt o ho IlIall n elect to pike to J Danville faintly ot Brown amid J Orchard Anderson good will follow Fat lInn I lid Enlarge role spend Vermin 4 TIiomnpon lufalll ago able Is U School Notes Now pupil continue to enroll will us and wo expect tho number to reach hundred within tho your Mr Robert L Arnold of Paint Lick linn rented property In town ami his homo hero In order to Inivo nil vantago of tho school Wo are In formed that Rovoral other famlllos nro trying to find homos hero with tho namo object In vlow On last Friday tho teachers of our school hero given permission by the school board to upend tho dray visiting tho city Reboots of Lexington Tho day was pleasantly and prclltubly spent lu observing the work of tlicso schools Supt Cassidy met us ut tho station and gave the entire day to our entertainment Wo visited all the schools beginning with their ful new High School Fli l wv ob served tho work In the cooking do partment whlcii Is hued up with gas ranges and all necessary Kvery student boys crud girls alike Is taught the science of cooking Next we went to the manual training department In which nil pupils do work from paper folding for the first grades up through mat weaving rug making basketry etc to cabinet work fur the higher grades Tho va rlous schools have many beautiful pieces of furniture made by the pupils though the children have permission to keep all the articles which they make In the Harrison school wo saw u really handsuiuo walnut book case made by two boys of the eighth grade Most of the classroom work was In keeping with the favorable surround lugs Ono feature which Impressed Utl the departmental work for all grades above the fifth By till method each teacher has to teach only one subject through all these grades Thus she Is enabled lo devote all her time to Otto line of tlriught und can prepare her self to present this more fectlvely Luau when she teaches all the subjects of any otic grade This Is u thing which wo Imo Introducing hero as soon as Wo have u building suitably constructed fur this method ut teaching We did nut full to visit the negro High School Here we found a good building well lighted fully equipped and furnished In this school more than two hundred students are eii rolled In the cooking deportment lIe sides they have a regular Hluh School course of literary work Out teachers think that the visit was well worth the time No doubt helpful methods were suggested which we shall be able to use here at home Wo were Impressed forcibly that Lancaster needs u modern building with better equipment When the time comes to erect 1 new building a department of manual training should be added And sonic movementought to be Inaugurated to hasten the time of building True we uro doing pretty well but we think the best Is none too good for the boys and girls of yer I W Bridges Is very sick Mr J W Sanders Was at Stone last weekJim Sanders bought of Bert Stone a horse for 1110 Tom Hicks sold a horse to Jim Crank for 125 Tom Hicks sold a bunch of hogs to V A Lear for 01 Toni Hicks bought of Luther Bur chettu horse for 1135 Angle Sanders bought eleven head calves at 8860 per head Mr Eirl Grow and wife were vis Iturs at Mr Tom Lcmays last week Mst Gertrude McQuerry visited Mrs Edd Grow at Bourno last week Mrs Lynn Cobb nod Elmer visited Mrs Bill Sherrow last week Miss Alice Snyder was the guest of Mrs Maurice Long Saturday Mrs Nora rector of Buckeye vlf Iteq her sister Mrs Forest Curtis last week Mr C S Sanders and fatally were visitors at Mr and Mrs Sum Sunday Misses Pearl Sanders and Llnnlo Preston spent last week with friends at Bourne F 11 Grow was n visitor of Uurdett nt Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday Mitts Lula B CriitchUeld has return ed loon u visit to her cousins Misses Asklns at W more Mr 0 M Mobloy and wife have re turned from a visit to Mrs Mary Martin ut Lexington M rs Tom Lcmay and daughter Ola visited her daughter Mrs D at Mt Hebron the latter part of the week Misses Georgia A Crutchflold and Peachlo Mae Sanders spent Thursday night with their teacher Miss May Scott Mr Ino N Hherrow and tended preaching at Mt Ilabron Sun day mid visited Mr and Mrs Jno E Shorrow Mr and Mrs L L Sanders rind lit tlo son Burnett of Crab Orchard spint Wednesday night with Mrs Mary A Sunders Mr Charlie Mitchell wife Blunchle have from a weeks visit to his father M Mitchell of Nlcholusvlllo A Shaking Up may all be very well BO far an the trusts concerned but oat when It comes to chills and und ma larla Quit the goblins und take u real cure Ballards Ilerblne ton tale no hurinul drugs and Is ns Cat lain as taxes If It doesnt cure you I vet your money back Sold by H E lm ko f I is ast Mrs nil lr L I RIIII art Dock Prewltt I her aunt bride nt pro lover Cir 4 ca will rain lima beau aulptue lit couLvmpl Lan 5lIINL t Gun Lc rotor Ill uteri cans may Had iu cr W u 1IOOUUVK I Mr llok rot nt Kill writing Mr R 1 lliirton was In Danville noel attended court nt llurrod burg Monday lr and MM ice llcndron Intro ro turned homo from a visit lu relatives In Ills Miles U visiting Miss Nnnnlo Lmur of Coltunburg nod meeting nl MoMlames Wlllla Rny curl Porter Winrreii of Mndlum wore Mrs J M Dlokurson Monday Mr Raymond and wlfo visited Mr Clayton Sanders and fatally of Illcliinond tho week MlM llalllo Kchiifler tho daughter of Mr nod Mrs Nick School and sir Jasper Noel wero mar tied Wednesday ovmilngnt i oclock nt tho protty country residence of tho hrlrtes parents In Madison county Rev O P Bush performed tho cue mony Only their Immedlulu friends were present The pretty brldo tired In n beautiful white silk with list gloves and slippers to mulch After the ceremony nil elaborate sup per was given by limo brides mother Thursday the happy couple drove to the homo ut tho grooms parents Mr T Noel where n sumptuous din ncr was awaiting them Jasper Is u prominent young farmer Nod Is well known throughout thU section Wu wish both limo bride und groom n lung and happy Journey through lire A number of nympathlzlng relatives and friends gathered ut Uunns Chap el Sunday morning to pray tho last trloutoto Mrs Lucy Duvls who died ut hor homo near this placo Friday night She to whom tho world was full i f life und hopo was taken by doaths cold nand nnd forced to leave a broken hearted husband one daughter and oim son They who urc left bohlnd have Gods many promises to comfort them Blessed mire the dead who die In the Lord frum hence forth Yea Kiith limo spirit that they may rest from their labors and their works do follow them OAKTEKSVILLK Horned to the wife of James Wylle line girl Mrs Pauline Carter was in LancaS ter fur a few onyx last week Miss Mary Hobbs of Macksylllo Is the west of her friends Miss Cure and Mary Roop Mrs Clara Wylie and Mrs Jcnnlo Ilryunt were time guests ut Mrs John Roberts There wore number of pen plo here Saturday and Sunday gather Ing cuustnuts and perslmons Mrs Lizzie Carter and children havo gone lo Marksbury to stay with her father Mr C S loop who Is building fur Mr W P Toggle The people of this placo aro very much pleased that the Kentucky Annual Conference appointed Rev F D- Pulmetcr as their pastor for another year this being his fourihyeur here A Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard Time world crowns Its doers Thats why the American people have crowned Dr Krnus New Discovery tho King of Throat und Lung remedies Every atom Is a health force It kills germs and colds Nod lugrlppo vanishes It heals coughracked membranes and coughing stops Sore Inflamed hron chlai tubes raid lungs tern cured and hemorragcs cease Dr flee More Black Jack writes cured mo of lung trouble pronounced hope less by all doctors Me 100 Trial hotllo tree Guaranteed by R E Mo Roberfs 1 in OULL feel better for work play or rest it you eat Oats at least once a WANTED Highest pyico paid for Poultry GOOD OLEAN EGGS and Hons Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber i fjL J M Jl1 l1l11ll1l1 guns ut its lrKt ot the lId n t N C alt days POultry and Eggs y I Sun la sick day alt visitors clueat woos micra Friday quite n 4Its Quaker glyp L B1Nortllcott t Good Morning Uncle Sam Good Morning Boss Say Uncle Sum wlioro do you buy your GOAL Ain only ono plnno to buy curl Boss find dots right wlinr I sits mine right down luiynh at do Lancaster Lumber Yards Joys got Ilcd Star Coat at ICcts an do best JOo cool you obor scon for do days not n clinker in it llama right boss Sanders Sanders i 4 I i 1 do s mono l i t riJ t c goo er ivrww4rVwrOti rlw S g PITB T T We the undersigned merchants hove arranged with the Merchants Coinniission Advcrtisinp Co of Louisville Kentucky Tire largest premium eastern in this port of the to Rive COM STAMPS with every roc you spend it our respective stores H T Logan Clothing and Shoes The Mercantile Co and Notions I B E McRoberts Druggist Ada Kinnaird Millinery M K Denny Dentist J P Prather Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries When you save GOLD STAMPS you are earning premiums which nrc both useful nnd ornamental on money you have got to spend at sonic store Why not confine all your purchases nt our store nnd buy your goods for less nml secure some of time ninny handsome premiums given in exchange for GOLD STAMPS Hundreds of people have already started collecting them WHY NOT YOU Start today Call at any store above mentioned and secure a saving book PRInt Premiums on display at Joseph McrcantileCo Call and sec them and be convinced 1 I 1 I i countr Jos JS Dr Goods rs I I I a J 1 cr 1 TO THE tiv MERCHANTS COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO 303 Commercial Building IOUISVIUK KENTUCKY WVWI Here we go heel and toe Rundown heels toes make the youngster shoes go quickly Try Busier Brown Shoes n A Ai rwvwr wwurcro I out i Extra cxlra solid heels V what M wear in every pair BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 250 1 heavy tips arc There Iouble Youll Get Satisfaction is More Actual Comfort in n of White Mouse Shoes than in other shoo you could buy j There on I ar r because they are built on scientific lines ol correct fool form which means tool comfort White House Shoes fit the feet snugly without cramping and cover a large range of styles and lasts This gives just tho style ho wantfi and ot popular price Whlto tlouso Shoes White house Shoes for Men for Women 30 800 300 400 Kentucky Drills Vulcan Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A comploto lino of furniture anti atovos on installment plan 28 guago rOil iron 3 crimped roofing at 315 a square Wu want all your products nt highest market price Becker Ballard Co Bryantsville Kentucky everyone f If t las r a Best L We Give Courteous 1 l wt11 Y1rI it T At urraaasr i- r 0 1 Tretltlrent- r UANTITIES y o urtJXU LARGE I r MOIp 1 w1111 r A j I 2Inti We Solicit Pattonllge1 t I4r N r Mtts MI Your Country produce wanted at highest market price When in town make our store your head quarters and bring us all of your BUTTER and BOOS Having many years of experience knowing when what to buy and being able now to give it all of my personal attention I can sell you better GROCERIES for less money than you can buy else where us a call and be convinced that customer always a customer THEO ill We Strive to Kentucky We Guarantee Satisfaction I nd lye one a I Lan c a ti e r I C VII a I 3IILEi I I S i U H R Y Please S The COMING Ii HARROW sr rmr J r I CLARKS DOUBLE DISC CUTAWAY It does better work at one half the expense as the old style Harrows COME IN AND SEE IT i Hoosier Wheat Drills both one and two horse Oliver Plows Studebaker Wagons 1 Majestic Ranges Moors and Clarks Heaters S J R Mount Co ii imiiiiiiiriiiif 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 at the right prices J B WALKER RICHMOND KENTUCKY J J WALKKlt President JOIINBON Vice Prest ORQANIZED 1883 I Tlie 61T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK O JANOA8THK KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 35000- M P HUDSON Cashier W O PP WALKKU o Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIUEOTOHS J 8 Johnson U P Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex OIWw LowlH L Walknr U A Arnold Garrard Bank Trust Co JNCOHJOUA- TKDUunouHtur Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R K McROHKRTS Pleat J C Itubanki i Vice Ires R L Burton 3 Vice Pres J W WMORW Cashier D Tin iui A t Cashier R L Klkln We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank J J II I 11111t It 1 Merchandise J It II II I It It II J S J J tl fr 810NIU AMt Cashr tI ill I L i II I 1t I r t THE tti1 s r n u Iiq 14J f EBU ill SI kl ld l t l gl i I n k ItGITTT4tttIttt 4tttT1T 1 l Book koepcr 1 i i L1L Book eepgr Gossip About People N V N A Oriel Mention of the Golngi by Thou Wt Art Interested In Main has returned fron a visit to Somerset Mr A W Kavanaugh was In Saturday on business Herbert Price of Danville was n visitor In Lancaster Friday W H Burton was In Richmond Monday and Lexington Thursday Dr 0 II Rosa or Frankfort spent Sunday with friends at HyaUsvllle- Mlsslrcno Ilomans Is visited Miss Lavltta Harris at Hubble this week W McC Johnson was In Frankfort Wednesday on professional business Mrs Bessie Hourno has to Lex ington to visit Miss Jesse Ulakoinnn Attorney L L Walker will BO to Tulsa Oklahoma Saturday on bush ness Mrs W II Ollannpn of Stanford was the recent guest of Mrs W T West Mrs Dolllo Brown was In Lexington Sunday visiting her sister Mrs M M Miller Samuel Lackey of Guerra Texas Is hero on a visit to his uncle Mr A R Denny Elijah FOld of the State College Lexington was at home last week fur S L Ashley and family hue moved to Florida where they will make their future home Mrs Mattlo P Friable left for a visit to Mr and Mrs W 0 Price of Danville Messrs E W Morrow W 0 Dun lap and T n Walker have gone to the mountains tlrhlnt Kaudman Is In IIus tonsvillo vntlllnit her grandmother Mrs Mary Kuuflman Elder 0 K Marshall of Richmond was with Mr and Mrs B F Hudson Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ed Price and N I Price were In Danville last week visiting Dr and Mrs S P Grant MlssSalllo Marrs Sparks of Nlcho lasvlllc Is the guest of her cousin Miss Marguerite Klunlurd Mrs Uesslo borne and J W Bourne and children visited the latter parents at Danville last week Mrs Margaret Dunn left Friday for a visit of Rome length to Mr and Mrs Cooper nunn of Chattanooga Miss Jennie Hardln was called to Decatur III Monday by the death of brother Mr John I Hardln Cleveland Bourne and sisters and J W Bourno nod family visited Mrs Uutlier Ray at week Mr and Mrs Ira Taylor of Clove laud Ohio wore pleasant visitors In our midst the latter part of last week Miss Lucy Francis of Paint Lick has returned from a protracted visit to relatives In North and South Caro linaMcssrsStove J W and A 1C tal ker were In Louisville the past week to see their brother Mr Ed Walker who Is III F Holdam and Jesse Wouron of Stanford wore In Lancas tor Saturday to take in the Millinery openings Miss Anglo Klnnalrd one of the val ued teachers In tho D 1 Institute In Danville was at homo Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ann Robinson Is at homo after a pleasant visit to relatives In Helton NO ntul Wilmington and Charlotte South Carolina Miss Ida Grunt and Mrs Susan are on Danvlllo steers sick list Mrs Suitor Imvlim gotten fall entire length or one I end 1 Pearl Louisville a shOrt ylslt her Nlcholasvlllo last J a a wash the MIAs gone Wednesday Miss Frankyo t Sitar cutting Dr B F Walter left Tuesday for n months trip In the South Ho will returned to his olllce about Nov 1st Mesdames Carrie Davidson and 7 1 Rice of Hlclimnnd hate gone to Till to see the formers sun R L Davidson Mr and Mrs Gott and chil drop and Miss Oru Johns of Rich mood were guests of Mr und Mrs Gott Sunday Mrs J S Asklns charmingly enter tained the ladles of the Mite Society Presbyterian Tuesday afternoon at her Inure at McCreary Mesdames B F Hudson and P Frlsble will loavo tho 12th to attend the State U I C Convention which meets In tho city of Hopkins the 13th and list Toe following Is taken from Rich mond Indiana paper Mr and Mrs Howard Rice celebrated their twenty wedding anniversary yesterday Last evening entertained Inform ally at their homo In tho Wayne The rooms were decorated with chrys thcmumsund greenery During tho elegant luncheon was Many guest were present to par take of the hospitality of this popular couple The following Invitation has been received by tho many friends of the bride Mr and Mrs Richard Morton Robinson Invite you to bo present at the marriage of their daughter Mao to Mr Charles Cleve Cable on Thursday afternoon tho fourteenth- of October one thousand nine hundred and nine at oclock Pleasant Gove Church Marcellus Kentucky At Homo after November Ilrst Havana Cuba UAHKSliUlir Miss Ware of Lancaster has been visiting Mrs Mursce Joe Fisher Hughes fiOMiccp at 5 Mrs Broaddus entertained a few friends at dinner last week Tile church meeting of the Fork church will convene Saturday Mr Tugglo sold 18 hogs weighing 225 Ibs to V A Lear at per Miss Eliza Ison attended the State Convention of the W C T U at Mr Jess Perkins has gone to Louis ville to take a three years course In DentistryMr Eager und family left Saturday for their future home In Yew Mexico Miss Fannie Polndcxtcr mod Mr George Rogers of Boyle county were married last week They will lire In Cincinnati Mr Shouso and family and Miss Lizzie Simpson have been on a visit to Itorton where Mr Slumso has been Holding u meeting Pie joint sale of Eager Brothers yea well attended und everything liroughui fair price Cows brought from 23 to 10 und horses from 3D to H25 While Mrs Peachy prow of Mt Hebron was at church one night last week her housu was burred There was no insurance und nothing was saved Money Comes In Punches to A A Chlsolm of Treudwel N Y now His reason Is well worth read ing For u long time 1 train Indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness und general debility ho writes I couldnt sleep had no up petite nor ambition grew weaker ev ery day In spite of nil medical treat aunt Then use Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all lilY old time health und vigor Now I can nt turn to business uveiy cliyr Its u wonderful medicine Infallible for Stunmch Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves 60o ut U K MollgborU 1m cheek Sl Oklahoma C S villo on fifth they evening an Aid rldle 50111 to J00 and 1040 hundred Louisville Wit Mattie served I Business Items If yquJiSTt anj hhiB taBClfSo to 1 H If Fresh pork and tender bee better than anv 6c cigar made lavldson Come In and renew your subscrlp W N Craig will return to Lan Ocvnc IthK For Sale Handsome fjibbcr tire carriage that ox313Danvllle Kyto82t Saturday morning on the las It Mrs I fttle Duncan Moss Phone 354 F lack Ixtrse mule 15 Iubb and reward 024St- i 9 Par cent Money Will loan In sums or more Notice to Creditors Aid persons having claims against Robert M Wo t decease B Robinson Executor of Robert M West decd 10 SOt MT 11KUKON Sorghum making Is In progress In this section N T Grow purchased of Edd Nay lor nls farm for 2300 Walter Fain wife and baby were visitors In this locality Sunday and MondayMiss Jennie Ward of Lancaster spent the last of tho week with Miss Lou Montgomery Marlon Montgomery sold a horse to R Burton for and bought one of Wllbert Dally for Joe Ray wife and daughter Wilma Miles were tho pleasant guests of Mr ant Mrs Edd 3 row Sunday Miss Alice Harnui and Emma Dunn if Little Hlckman vyere guests of hiss Mettle Scott part of last week Ibo residence of Mrs Grow was destroyed by tire last Tuesday night only part of the contents worn saved Mrs J A Clark and sister Miss Jen nit Lou Rogers of Boyle county were with Mrs Edd Grow Saturday and Sunday Tile series of meetings conducted by Wilts of Wllllamstown at this place closed Sunday evening with U ndilltlons Two Others full Fremont Bennett Modoo Ind I used two other remedies and lust twentysix out of eighty live hogs I thus used Bourbon Hog Cholera tamely und It cured my bogs Sold All to Gurrevt WIt r It1jlt tloD Jtmordellfvr gr Olf Brown o 000 Ilrs e late f you will nee the tll all o the Ir of th yeJt no IS II tI e to nrke nppllc tj611 G D wIne oad are hereby notlltcd to Hfy ImSJ cord u law n rhea po t DI1- vllle or I at I WlIlIa at ri1 caster Geor 1150 1125 lde Roy J I IJf J R Cu cot you aey oce cat bn1to to Ft ver rids Prathe on 10 2- tTra her cat rk C We ollc t your sines 1082E- I slat upon olonel Bill Cigar 5100 ea CC t s 1 g I 1014t Indebted su at the old t nd dtd sac la k blot olile D cast r th t c t y eyes and r lOulm es ice n- It c vt 0 at I1a- 1vN o L st sire is a 1 Ir 11050 w h chain and In tat o I have bushe of hill a ions for sa ut 1 rel II bo ff- Lo tc ter w tutus t co rE day 10 t W Lost 4 years old nat sa 1 ch h For yinfor mat un r h re rn lea of- F akin calve on rcq non lat o6tt v n6r n idle than o betoro- Yuve 5LI 1009 wit iv w l1 pe t a Pea Ills Mount Ai Field Seeds Wheat both Local and Northern Va rieties Rye Barley and Timothy Seed Wo carry tho above seed only in tho best re cleaned grades Vo have several grades of Coal that we can make interesting prices on Your orders aro appreciated i BANKS HUDSON OF KINDS AT McRoberts Drug Store oooo x oe eo oc oo coooo B L Wood Ircit W C Fish Vice Prcil W 0 Kemper fabler PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOIUOUATED LNA N W4 tItttNIIWJ1 V W4 w ntt OOOcOOOC COCQOOOC OOC I SOL I ALL I ifl n J I 1111AW- I trI rr l IP Il 1 SUPPLIES x IC j Wo offer you fair with ovary accom modation that is consistent with treatment consorvativoBanking Our Customers ere Fully Protested by fidelity and Casualty insurance A BEAZLEYI i J UNDERTAKER Arterial Cavity Embalming OQ nljvlllo Btteel and Odloe CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 900000 niiiiccrroiia M COY K L ARNOLD ROQUYN BURROWS JB WOODS WOODS w o nan w o WYNN J B x L I PULL LIMB OP CASKETS ANti IIUKIAL UOliBS ALWAYS IN STOCK your Tobacco with BliZLIY HASELDEN We insured tobacco last year in this and adjoining counties when other agencies could not Office National Hank of Lancaster Phone 31 I Insure I IJ r ootoo1 r O000OON OM000M001M44000 r see Jit W Morrow Gnttlnitto OiiciU- litiei filled ftatlifitiHlou Cn riint l Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Ifflrms on tots Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Office Itunri Office orcr- B m to U 1 p m lo 4 Btormvi Slot B Phone 05 DENTIST Lancaster K Denny DENTIST Office over Mlit Arnold Millinery H J TINLEY County Surveyor PIIONK 2WJ Office corner Lexington St nod Public Sqnar Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts U S District Court Onlce over Police Court Phono 18 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KKNTUCKV M BARBER Call In and get n Shave Hair Cut Shampoo North tide at Public Square Hot and Cold Baths HRA B PRICE will practice Dentistry at his hump Hlrhmond ave Monday and Tuesday OQIO O fr OO OOPOQQOOOOOOOO OOO0 Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts H M DuncansShop tor Hot and Clean Towels and Sterllzed Razors Wo appreciate your trade and we ore here t Stick to the old rellablo Darer with 8 year ol experience and three chant ho Richmond street W KING LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references Colder with Snow When you see that kind of a weath er forecast you know that rheumatism weather Is at hand Oct ready for it now by getting bottle of Ballard Snow Liniment Finest thing made for rheumatism chilblains trust bite sure and still joints and muscles all aches and pains 25e fiOc and allOO a bittlo Sold hv U E Mclloberts 1m LIVK STOUT UA11KET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAltDS October 0 Cattlo Sheep lUcolptt WO 300 IM- OATTIKI 8i ipi r liscsari Hatcher Htm Goad tn eliolcc Common to fIr ll lf n oxtr Ioo4 to cliolce Coiumon 19 Ulr Cowi eilr loiul to oliolco Common to Ulr CililierJlullt ntlJUlU OAIVK8 cilr A GV6 M 4 N36M 3004 40 4 fKxa4 U 5 7K4 CO J KV33 M 4 1C 4 K IW IIX aw 8 IS 1 tVl 23 a 0091 M 8KSTJ TMI4 S5 Common Urgo Vdti t M- IIUltlioo4 utoli r 7 idfiJI M- Mlit l elicri T 4W J no- BU I V T6 Common to choice heavy 6 V t T- OKuril BUXSIM J 7KJJ8 W Ooo4tocbolo Common IQ lair IAMUSi vilr lpo llo UoUt Old News Papers For Sae at Record Office a ror r r I and o INSURANCE HOUSE and every I TO Steamed a T lightly I aloin UO j packets and allow 4 Wit hilj4 IIIIitjD410 T W 6 oco f es wine roar t Drug F AVALCER a1 are K y 1 Roovooooooooooooooo o00o00000 1- GO stay Auctioneer a flogs extra Extra eauldrtogoo4 end 0 JIsbteblppen s6ty4ys- o1IgIIQlbaudloai 0W- s11aaPOxtra 25 ifI 9 v5Q t 1 p Farm and Stock Loulsvlllo homo show next week J W Sweeney sold to 11 E Henry n twoyearold Jersey cow fur ISO Mew T J and Ed Price sold 40 head of feeding cattle to S liciiz ley of Ktiyotlc for 4 00 hundred Tim report of Kentucky crops for September shows theta to be In excel lent condition Tlio only complaint Is lack qf rain In the Sec und district nro scarce and the prices The sale of James Martin at Mar cnllua last Thursday was well and timings brought prices Imitcs brought from 155 tn 8100 cows 21 Ki 4S calves 810 to 125 horses 80 to tlTO Corn suld In tho shock nl 1216 Horse and Mule Strayed nation 108 tf ox 25 Lancaster W I Burton sold a saddle Rcldlng to Shropshire of Winchester for 300 lie bought a road mare with a record of 233 for his own isc and a harness tfuldlni from Sum Markin of Lebanon both costing him he also bought four mare mules from W S Ilensley for 1782 CO Strayed or Stolen Ifil nr in liitrj My property fur sale 2 miles from on Lre lnKton pike In Grtyd d Sclu burnt Fur John XX AndcrsotjjILnnca To Dealers In Cattle or grazing and feeding riffle call on or place your orders with SyfA W O Park Kansas City Stock Yards 101lOt Dr J M Wilson Is credited this statement There Is one with tuberculoslsln every291680 head while In 201580 cattle there are that have tuberculosis nnd In the same number of hogs there arc 2300 that are tubercular So If aman eats beef and another eats mutton time one who cats the beer stands a chance of contracting tuberculosis In a year while the mutton cater stands a chance of catching it in nut less than 655 years The moulting season Is hers Many experiments have been made and still more suggestions as to the best way to handle poultry during this trying or deal It Is generally conceded that rich foods are necessary Feed that contains the building up Ingredients are said to be necessary In order to keep the liens strong and vigorous throughout time moulting period Cold Weather Advice to all Is to beware of coughs and colds on the chest as neglected they read ily lead to pneumonia consumption or other pulmonary troubles Just as won as time cough appears treat It with Uallard8 Horehound Syrup the of America Use as dl rected perfectly harmless A cure and preventive for all dlseaseses of tho lungs Price 25c 60u and II 00 per bottle Sold by H E McRoberts 1m Joytl Harrison Ray and wife spent Satur with Mrs Nannie Ray and family Voylo Ray and Lots Rahoy were tho of Mrs Larkin Hicks of Crab Mr and Mrs Stanley Burchell of jancaHter visited Mr and Mrs Ray wand Ilurchell Mr and Mrs Luther Raney and lit Elvoree Carter spent from Friday Sunday with Mr and Mrs L L at Crab Orchard 1I1UMEI CUUKB CATARlili Ilyomel Is natures remedy It Is vaporized air produced tram tho mighty eucalyptus trees of Inland Australia In this antiseptic air a hard rubber inhaler that jineH with every outfit It U by R E McRoborU to cure asthma soro throat bran iltls or croup or money back A only 1100 and extra cost but CO cents Anyone Bullera with catarrh after this must enjoy It MIONACures indigestion It relieves stomarh sour ibo or back box of tub U CO cuts m aft towns I PJ n ur p fur o n n m II L lib I vII W high A Wanted- A one lug or to sell will PuU by sceldmp 1 will buy lit nv il a the hlllh t tdarke to La seer Ry W S HOi standardcure day guest Orchard tie until Sanders You breathe through catarrh complete ouUlt11I bottles who offer JIIIIW stem nll Large I I l 3 qnd Sts to- tor it I IyItregistered per lugs attended good liors les hen nd gt BBt lack mark n bot ear als rim In u ready t pig he ict- abo union ago I sv d fir n ur brow gorse Igb let my p a Sund Y Ight h d- cr III t OLD mo td lice vo I e war J Poo 16 Ruen Ista y tow d dl tr t fir c ho e o tall n ce ry ut ul ngs r cular pane 1 r a ress t r 1 lt Coo er mission Rs s Y Snot Y r A ca at I sal c oil f rad by rwha y w t wl be 0 r wlh Iran ach 2 years per enco n nllln orders un rke- UPlease addres ail cum filcatl s t wit slice 655 guaranteed ach cures all vlt die o t t RAISING BEEF IN CORN BELT FOR THE MARKET reflect Discretion Mtint Do Exorcised in Selection of Stock and Proper Combinations of Fectlo IJy J U Ihtrrlo 1 Al I J A Herd of Fat Stock Ready for Market Tho present era of high prices for oil tonne of feeding products makes It Imperative to exercise the greatest discretion In feeding beef cattle for market This condition must give to tho tlirco fundamentals of beef production viz Time selection of tho feeding steer the proper com bination of foeds tho feeding period and conserving the writes J n Burrls In the Orange Judd Farmer I believe that on land In the corn bolt that feeding cattle cannot be practiced nt n profit unless ono has n wellbred herd of milking shorthorns and hoe a good reliable market for the surplus milk Then also must the colt lose none of Its milk rat but be pushed to a finish na baby beet and never carried through more than ono winter It costs on highpriced land about f21 to keep a cow n year nnd to this e lB manure 100 per ncre Youngsters must bo added the cost and keep of sire qulto an expense In Itself in to produce a calf that could bi bought In time open market for 20 From this evidence I am inclined t bellevo that for the most part teed cattle of any ago having quality can be purchased more cheap Jy than when grown on the corn belt rarm It cattlo can be purchased a ling Prize Winnlnp order Two Dangers Removed fiaoon I see the ntmosplioru Is tree or microbes at an elevation of 2000 toot Egbert Free of automobiles too Yonkers Statesman Doubtful Testimonial Fladger How do you Ilko your prvachorTnisaby Ftrat rate lies so ogreo never talks religion to you at all you know Chicago Tribune The New Literature Then you dont cure for tho new motor novel Cant say I do To me It reads like a repair catalogue with a light plot to It Pointers on Poultry Mrs D A Brooke Sturgis Ky saysi I have been using liourkon Poultry Curo and think It Is the best poultry remedy I Iwo over used It you will get our druggist hero to hun dlo U I can recommend It 1 am an old hand nt raising chickens aunt so many corns to ma fur pointer on poultry Bold by J Ik able now near tho place of finishing so much tho better Ono of the most serious problems in thla regard Is to obtain cattle of good quality Those districts which nro not es sentially dairy regions have such n mixture of varying degrees or worth leanness that It la Almost an Impossi bllity to obtain n talc grade of cattle This necessitates going to Kansas City or other western markets for A steer In fair flesh weighing 1000 to 1100 pounds anti known in market parlance as thc would be my choice As to breeds I should not especially par tlal Any one of the three recognized beef types will give good returns If selected carefully Cattle of this kind If put In the feed lot the last half of November can be made Into good beet In from 120 to 160 Corn hay silage shredded atovcr and cottonseed meal should bo used The cattle should bo made to consume as much roughage na possible from tho point of economy and thus utilize nil the corn plant If tho feed lot la and It should be by all means the amount of manure saved will be quite an item on tho credit side of tho transaction Uy a judicious combination of the abovementioned feeds there Is no reason why a price cannot be ob tamed ror the rood consumed equiva lent to that obtained on the market nut this may not appear as profit The average corn belt farmer can teed the products or his farm an cheaply as to haul them to market U those products are fed on concrete floors under shelter fully threerotrrths of their plant food value can be returned to the rarm Even ir only the mar ket value of the feeds Is obtained and the feeder did not receive any not profit from the feeding proposition na rar as the cattle lire concerned thero would still be a profit Dealdca tho feeding farmer Is gradually but adding to the material value of ids farm Tho conservation of toll for tuity la unquestionably tho grentcat consideration In American agriculture feeders ana be surely feeding days dover covered Custom Grinding Every SATURDAY AFTERNOON Meal kept for ex change at all times Most Grocers keep our Meal and Flour Wanted Old Corn Henley V Bastin i i i j I 0 I 01 I2 J y r I ij ft I 2 t IW I I 1 IfIf I tt t llttt 1111 t f1 541AkAAskzda dMdirtJ 7rii4 Gt4a 7rttttnt tG7i1G 4 q tott itT t t t1 t 7 t 67- L L t L THE LITTLE GREEN HAT A lot or from my home town live I mict or two every And more o them stem lo be coming each year They like t o well that they stay I met tiara Drive by square Me seems to be growing Mud with A jaunty roll glnte air Was wearing u little green hut Ed asunder walked byhes a lawyer you know only ben hr n abort time nut builneii he say If beginning to grow And he ii a chap who will climb As jCira I saw him swlnir up the street We couMnt help noticing that Our friend Will ilrcincj teat cur WBS wvarlpg u little ureen hat W walked row block then we met Johnny Drown he was wearing one too lived for K year la this pig noisy town And does n the other rolki do I Km lUlrxi and I darted Of had with our chat And wry coon I Juit Ijkv all or the was wearing a little green hat Charlis t Ji Tuck one days clo alatleon quit he w o nst lies that reel In the folks hare tat lie and a Andy left Inquest needs come below Ibis hcudlnx It for the rich live me of our Unnrr inlicflbtn anil U the iMo ot Sleek grain and such think i Ittm at farmer cannot afford lo a hc the No will be accepted era line and will be only In two Dane ot KKCOKD otehate Five or six hundred tobacco for sale W 0 Anderson J have n 2 year old Cnlimot buck for nalc James Clark I hitvo 10 gaud yearling mules marts and horses In nac also 100 owes bred to wind buck C H Jenkins Hrvanlnvlllo Ky WaiitedOrnzlnKfor20Tearllnica tin two year old cattle or part of them Phone 0 1 Lodror or write 1 Rice Klchmond Kv Mr Q 11 RtMulb In Hboiifvlllc o business Mr C Rasa Is In Loulsvlllo buslncM Mrs J C Williams nil children via Ited relatives al Iturkln last week Miss Mnrunrol Decrlntr was the Misses Muret last week Mrs Kitty King or Uumln Is visit Mrs J g Williams Mrs Chalmeis Qallahcr has gone Louisville after visiting her rather Mr 0 M Jenkins Miss Hello Schoolllold of Danville was the nttncllvo weekend Miss Maud Martin Mr J Sam Rosa left Kiturday Philadelphia where ho will attend Jcllerson College of Medicine Misses Inez Coleman and Ethel Lane ot Danville were the weekend guests of Miss Patty hello llurke Mrs II Hiillard Miss Mnyme Dullard and J IloKan Hallard were n Lexington tar a short stay last week Mrs W J HoKun came homo Sat unlay after spending Acrerul weeks Ii LoxliiKton with her daughter Mrs W T Woolfolk Miss Lillian Leaveil expects leave In u few days for an extended visit with her Matter Mrs M R Smith at Paduca Misses Maud and Mabel Martin en tartalned with a card party evening In honor of their guest Sciioolllold ot Danville Five linn was played and after a very Kumo a delightful luncheon was served limo girls prize a jabot was won by Miss Mac and the ncntlcmans prUeDa tie Mr Stun Ruse fine evening was ouKhly enjoyed by the following Hello bchooltlcld Mao Robinson Katie Patton Anna Kay Jenkins Mayme Utllard Messrs Oicar Puttot Sam Ruse hub of Danville Ur II C Ruse and WI Rose At the luncheon lvoii Thursday by the Misses Maret la honor of MI Mao Robinson the cniMKomcnt o Miss Robinson to Mr Charles Ulevi Cable of Cuba was announced wcddlni to occur October time mil Only time most Intimate friends of the guest of honor were present and Ii was a most delightful occasion Time luncheon was served In live courses color schemo or yellow and carried out both In the dccora Jons and luncheon Time center de oration being a mass of yellow white clirysanthomums the place double hearts It was a pleasant was thoroughly enjoyed following Misses Katie Anna Kay Jenkins Mary and Dunn of Danville Resale Rolton ilarrodsburn and Margaret DeerlnK if Nlcholasvllle WHAT THE GREAT OPERATIC ARTISTS ARE DOING Great artists like Melba Calve games and others much to the preservation ojlhelr buy b auty as to the development of Ices Hair complexion de nand t to greatest are A smootho velvet and complexion In runnel Ion wUn n luxuriant head of hair w II tho mast common i nkiftt rctnalo Into an attrac sclnatliikr woman In professional life thur lUKhly understand this taut How we Hear time expression What beautiful head of hair or What it lovely complexion etc wo nan fur Instance of fifty years whoso has becomo streaked with gray f situ than mMy realized that j llan lair Restorer would youth I beauty and abundance wouli she not pity to become c It and If she knew that ppllcatlni i of tho to the would remove all blotch etc uu improve tlumimploxion a hundred f d her ap tlftcci years yiX Kor would she 11 t Restorer and that fur diseased iwlltloiia of the calp falling hair inurull ate or to Increase time of tho hair the Dtilowas always upon lldruwUt Try It you use six midtlio results not as claimed druuuUt will von yor U K rcc theso f commenclnp to fade or your hair you can have llr t full size 600 bottle by send J2q postage to the HuaslicEllla UK do Memphis Tennessee I jA r race for the untie font the sticks good 0 good lIe h for nay Z lilt ANliSUM W on time guest uf lug her to guest of for the f to Friday pretty ltobhlliOll by timer Jesse lCI klns Bright time Time white and cards ulJlllr and toy of OO devote nll care abut i their v a to mite trim funs place Live a tI Nun n often a Take a hair returo her hair to its what possessed face pit ell tlosldu ran use Nott that noyer In his cull pre Ice tuilod III ono IIlnlle lust ice U restore hair 10- clllor og upon QIlan hair growth QUa lair rul c1 have It for It yon refund limo ber and sells lOlls hired is time inK In Oe046oeeeeOeeOMOevOYO- I COLUJteeoeoeOoteeee4eeeooe free 4 amid 40 daughter Miss tired interesting Misses and being tub Patton Restorer milking Its ys gray dept solely tube sale d nttlos are pro ur yauaTUg u We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STTJDZOh- usnt been open rogulnr for aoinu tiino but will bo opened ovary Saturday now Come in ntit get the best IHOTOKS nt the best prices The FOX STUDIO OCT 5 TO 1 THE GREATEST IN E 21000 FUTURITY Tuesday Oct 5 3000 Tuc dfty Oct S 5000 TRANSYLVANIA Thurdny Oct T 3000 Monday Oct Ill GREAT Friday Oct v Other Sensational Races Daily Webers Prize Band of America BLANCHE SopranoSoloist CONCERTS FARE ON RAILROADS u m 1 u J Lexington Trots TI 859 PURSES e 5000 TROTtiNG HANDICAP Thuradny Oct BERNDT MEUAFFEY worn n STAKES O 203 PACE lA y NONE A Record Touching said Thomas V Iiwson at a shareholders meeting Huston Ho referred tn the defeat a motion he had opposed Oh you It was very touching ho resumed satirically As touching In fact tho obituary thnt tho Tombstone Iiiprinted about the notorious Her Bert Mnnnorlng Thu deceased thla epitaph touch hiRly concluded will bo great missed Ho leaves Indeed 11 widows nnd 72 children to mourn his loss Encouragement for Dantam A little girl who had a live ban tam presented to her was disappoint rd nt the smullnoHs of time first egg laid by the bird Her Ideal egg was that of limo ostrich n specimen which was on a table In limo drawing room Ono day the ostrlchii egg was miming from Its accustomed placo It was subsequently found near time spot whuro the bantam nested mind on It was stuck n pleco of taper with the words Something like this plcnso Keen on trying Interest I think I shall rotlro from high finance said Mr Cumrox I want tn take things easy- I didnt know answered Mr nun tin Btnx that there was any easier way of taking things Having a firstclass Steam Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them ally tlcbth For further information writeJ E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky Cream Vermifuge In of as of Aroused Well Drilling WBrtTES elm tap 1 THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster tfapllal 50000 Surplus 20000 A H IIBJIHV hcnldtnt J B STOUMBS Vice Pried S C HBNNV Cithltr J IMlobliMoii AmtOaslir 11 T Kmliry HookUropor Siiml D Cochran Alex It Onnnjr A U- lloblnson John 12 Htormcn S C- Dotmv WI WHimm r I I I J 14 hill tSJW m nnrvnnts THE OJWNTEEO REMEDY WOFM THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC tlW4RC Dr IMITATION THI eingiNi cmrmip ONCT DallnrdSncvv Liniment Co- OT IOUIO M- OMoUoborta Drug Store n FINK FA 1131 IN UAKKAUI COUNT FOR SAIiKl A blue gr i form lu t p alluded on new pike nut folm U l six mile ot lnrcniter eontilnlng no rrv well lue tiM In tcHxl iilhlxirli lb lHK ol Hie John Walker tract a h ilx mo new twoiturr rriMfivtu itiercon with all n p ry nullmlldlnn rntxl now barn 40iW V II r lctH lx n rsrl llln rrln and creek runulnc ihrouiih- T a nU c h In hand balance one two from tearing its coat littercl until ald IVrwui looklnc or uch place ita e write W U WALKER BlantonJ Ky KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery AND ALL TIIIIOAT AND LUNa TROUBLES OUARANTEED OH MONEY REFUNDED K K McUobertN Drug Sore Women Women who sutler from female ailments rcqucelly neglect their trouble till a general follows Dont wall till yqur case Is as bad as thailake Cardul In tune It Is a sale reliable all women Mrs Rcna pare ol Pierce Fla tried Cardul and alter ward wrote fever front all sorts ol fe mile trouble had pain In my side pains In my could not shortness ol breath I sullered for u Ill husband Insisted on ny trying Cardul Ihellrst me relief and Hew I am almost well will help yep line al end tart lib cud ants or I FOR OLDS BATI FATrOlL iCARDUI 1 I was a sul t I Cardul- II lout eureli room year day of cal per cc OUC SrR1cITrial Dotu gee break medlcllc for q Its 4- 31r 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