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Irif jM v IirrrlfNJIJIJ1I Ir14x 4- jpro THE CENTRAL RECORD1UKK KKMOWli UNTAKXinilKl DEUOGNACi AND Goon GOVERNMENT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 15 1909 r- r r Gasoline Engines Corn Mills Feed Mills Corn tasks Feed Cutters Wood Saws and PUMPING OUTFITS sold and erected We have a few slightly used 4 Corn Crushers on hand that we will sell at a bargain Let us make you estima tions on your wants CONN BROTHERS i 1r V I The L ft N will run another excur to Cincinnati next Sundry Elder P M Tinders meeting at Klrksvlllo resulted In 18 additions to Miss Maymo Wnllers has accepted n position In MrA Alex Walkers Mil linery Store Interesting totter from irofes F Evans li deferred until Issue was received too lato Jim Ballard hall accepted a position with a wealthy hemp grower whose homo Isslxty mites from Chicago Dr Pierce will his pulpit In Lan caster Sunday morning and evening and ask for a full attendance of the congregation John Leo Elkin brother of T 8 Elkin of this city has moved from Versailles to Dunvlllo where ho has taken charge of tho Clemens House We hear that his table Is a good one which should make It popular with his old Lancaster friends when In Danville W F Champ of Paint Lick one of tho Urm who bought the Minor Mill some weeks ago has moved to the pro perty recently vacated by Rev O P Bush on Danvlllo street In this move Paint Lick loses one of Its best citizens and Lancaster welcomes him and his family Tho friends of Mr Ray will be glad to learn that ho has accepted a good position with the Central Tobacco Warehouse Co at Lex Inglon for which ho will solicit November 1st after which date he will be found In the house This Is a splendid firm and Llge will do his duty Mr Givens Terrell of upper Oar rard has rented the residence of Dr Price on Richmond street tho house formerly known as tho White homo stead Dr Price and family will move this week to Stanford and will take with them the good wishes of our peo plo They have quite recently pur chased the residence of Dr Steele Ballet In Lincolns capital Kentucky Dog Go Eaat W J Lcavoll tho breeder and fancier of Jcisa mlne county sent two hounds Duke and Grit to Barrie Mass to be shown at the trials there this week Orlt will run In tho Derby Duke Is one of the greatest fox hounds In tho Unit ed States and will run In the allage stake and shown on the bench at Bar rio Mr Lea veils hounds are noted all over the country his dogs having won the Derby at the National Fox Hunters meet several times Alan the church rAnI next- I I I r I r I I Ell I I I I I I t t foxhound I r r r r nut fill iKen- tucky until well known Majestic peningOF November ist to 6th Special inducement offered during the week A Majestic Range has been used in this community for a quarter of a century and still in good condition J E MOUNT CO 1 tJ 5 WEE I l 1 w JI 4 Y r It1 t r r r t ti is soiling W C T U All friends aro wines cd to send all articles to Josephs stare not later than tho 20th for tho box for I the W 0 T U Settlement School Land Salo Hughes fc tifflncbroad resort that they have Just sold for Meade Toatcr Della Htimplicry and G II Swine broad their faro of 103 acres on the Ioor Ridge plko 8 miles from Lances at per acre The sah was made to Lewis Simpson Onstott and Lynn Cotb Sam Morford of Pink sold his mer chandise business Saturday to Mr James Todd of Clark county posses slon to bo given at once Mr Mor ford has not yet decided what ho will engage In but ho will not leave hero till after tho November election John Stanley was Instrumental In making the deal Mr Morford como here from Stone In Garrard county where ho sold merchandise Jessa mine Journal Big Dawson Drafted Tho local fans will sorry to learn that nub Dawson Richmonds big catcher and Unit baseman has been drafted by the Minneapolis club of the American Association Dawson was a tower of strength to our club and WQ regret to lose him but stllrwc are glad to see him move UP Heros hoping ho will stick Richmond ell Peculiar Name A conductor and a brakeman on a Montana railroad differ as to the prop er pronunciation of the name Kuralla according to the New Orleans States Passengers are often startled upon at this station to hear the yell Youre a liar Youre a liar and then from the brakeman at tho other end of tho car You really argil You really ore Et Improving Information from Mrs George M Patterson now In the hospital at force states she Is making some gain toward health No doubt one aid tu this improvement was the remem brance by a greetlngfrom the State W 0 T U Convention at Lexington and two dozen pink and white roses sent her by her own Dls trict Union of she was for sey oral years president Fine Monument Mr J II Kennedy cf Madison county was In town this week repre Peter Uurghard Co of Louisville Mr Kennedy U a hustler and says he can now turn out better monuments on shorter no ice than Heretofore lie has sold soy oral monuments here and useless to say they have given thorough satis faction to the purchaser When In need of such wurk call on Mr S I Henry who will give your order prompt attention during the absence of Mr Kennedy Rev H N Faulconer It Is a source of gratification to us and will be to the public generally to learn of the eminent success of Rev Henry Faulconer formerly of this place In his work as an evangelist Wo note from a Pennsylvania paper dated Sept 30th that many Presby torlans have planned a campaign for him In which they agree to and furnish means for any work that he may propose to d6 Leading llnanclers among them Dr John II Converse ore promoters of the plan and all speak In tho highest terms of tho excellent work done by Rev Faulconer We quoto the following from the same paper When the business was ended several men of tho various churches tcstltled to the great value of Mr Fuulconcrs work how It had stimulated all the churches to renewed effort had In creased the membership had added to the harmony among tho people and encouraged the pastors We aisn clip I lip following from tho Herald and Presbyter Tho Chester prcshvtory placed on record Its heart felt gratitude and thanks to God for answering the prayers of his people for hu recovery train a serious Illness of UH beloved evangelist Rev Henry N Fnulcnncr aim rpjnlcris that Ood has restored him once more In UH and enabled him In resume his work thoughuut the presbytery Educatonal Meeting The Touchers Association In tho Magistral will bo held ut Freedom church near Nina October 23The following teachers will discuss the following subjects Tho Value of u Normal School Training Miss Maragot Ollcarn The Best Way to Hecuro Attendance Miss Mao llroaitdus Tho RespunslbIN lly of Toucher and Parent Miss Mary A Barr A Teacher Culling Tho Neo esssry Requirements lllg gins Hural School Lacks Uelng Ideal May Scott lion J i K Robinson of Lancaster and Prof I II loathe of Richmond will speak to us on the vital questions of today Some other prominent speakers are expected W A YVres 1111111 lie rll and 70 be max telegram of lIe tlnl Monumental Almighty I Uhtrlct Nu 3 I Miss Susie What till Miss I I I J1 s a goo hing or this awn hat uur Rieu fn ht c faro tc t ar s cis clot es n 1i rt Scl off r tb- otak nines Sat Ii lots oft Iron arrival conductor underwrite showing I I Buy Beautiful Home W L Lawson purchased from J 0 llcmphlll his residence and live acres of land on Lexington street This Is considered ono of the handsomest homes and best locations In Lancuter Big Sale J II Sandusky sold hi handsome brick residence and ninety two acres of land on Richmond pike near town to Alexander Walker for 113000 Wo hUllo tint Mr Sandusky and his splendid family will remain with us Mr S 1 Henry certainly the man In Garrard county who knew that the editor loved for ho presenter us with a fine one This will for several days bo the next to help Buffering humanity as winter approaches Painful AccIdent The many friends W O Dunlap who was one of tho fishing party that went to the mountains last week will regret to learn that while engaged in a playful wrestle with Wm Gooch ono of the party he got his leg broken between the knee and ankle It brought OL gloom over the entire party and all hope Bar will be able to bo out In a tow days Help The Orphan The friends of tho Orphans Home at Louisville are asked to contribute articles of clothing suitable for winter wear The box will bo sent at once In order that It may reach tho Home be fore the matron provides for the win ter Mr Robert Embry at the bank will the packages Let ill who love children help In this work Eetea Stevene Shirley Estes was married Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock to Miss Pearl Stevens Rev O P Saab officiating The brldo Is the young daughter of Mr and Mrs David Stevens of this place while tho grooms parents are Mr and Mrs Ship Estecs The RE COIID wishes them a long and happy life Tobacco Meeting At Lancaster Saturday 130 at the Court House Coin speakers 4111 address to rard Is the last chance to hear arguments for the Pool and ivory firmer Is urged to attend Mrs Ellen Owsley entertained the Auxiliary and Young Womans Circle of tho C W 0 M last Tho occasion was a Postal Shower and resulted In messages of love and being showered on Missionaries In the home land and foreign field About 50 ladles were present Cakes and cream constituted the delicious refreshments The occasion was tru ly a delightful one School The teachers have organized circle for professional reading and will study Thorndlkes Principles of Teachings this year They held their Urst meeting last Saturday morning Twice every month they will meet to discuss tho text studied those parts of It which may be tho work of the Lancaster Scbool Tho school will not have a foot ball toim this year Our boys are tan light to hope to put up a winning team so are preparing to pjsy basket ball Wo hope to be able to se cure a suitable room In which to play after the weather drives us within doorsThe girls top under the direction ol Miss Mason find much sport and healthful exercise In the game of bas ket ball The room work aver ages better than ever before There few Idlers and almost no ab sentces The class In Physlca made a mer carry barometer this week and for a time will observe the varlitloas of at mospheric pressur The class Is now studying the subject of forecasting the weather The grades from second to eighth are making un effort to secure grade libraries hook shelves hajre been pro cured fur each of rooms and ready several books have been secured Hiillublu to the respective grades Tho School Hoard has bought some honks the pupils have furnished others and a few patrons holed We should bo glad to have all who are interested make a donation tu these libraries Many children have tow good books In the home and fui such children the School library should furnish suitable reading rust ter Rov F M Tinder was present Mon day morning and gave a very helpful chapel talk on Kindly Speaking Hurt Embry spent Thursday and Friday In Lexington and Frankfort The Blue Ribbon League held their Urst regular meeting last Friday afternoon tho bell grade rendering too afternoon program The next meeting will ho tho third Friday In the month and the program will bo prepared by tine 4th grade pupils Messrs Unison slid Cosliran paid us iftull on last Wednesday and gave the geography class an Interesting talk atuut the discovery of the North Vole cushaw keep us alive Who receIve afternoon- at pet nt fIb bacc growers i Oar rd Co ty In the I terest f the obaceo Socle 0 the sam da a County Chair au represen County on he IIstrlc6 rd will rills week Interest Not a applied- to life but I ho have eontrl o only art anther rley be- eleete reading hay class alp t JIll 1 t r r NOMnde + et ilOR TUB Malleable Range Exhibit Wo want you to visit our rouge exhibits and listen carefully to all that Is said You will then bo able to appreciate tho su perior qualities of The Malleable made In South llcnd I i 1 1 tl7tlMtlftlqftlqqtltlSqtltla4ototOttd4ot014otot 4oioMmf NEXT WEEK IS OUR TREAT Three minute biscuits and delicious hot coffee served by The Malleable Girl A beautiful cook book and useful souvenir free BEST OF ALL The Malleable Man who Is a range expert will show you its favurlto range You will know why It Is Im possible to make a better See him at our store any time from October 18th to 23rd With each Range purchased during this exhibit you will re celve tree a complete set of High Grade Cooking Ware worth 760 HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky I i v I 1 Z s IJIJV JflrSSSSttllS I r tl tlttl7tlCtl Aa General News The Ohio courts divorced 5034 mis mated couples during the year ending June 30 according to Information tiled with tho Secretary of State by the probate courts of the State The Permanent International Peace Bureau at Its session In Brussels adopted a resolution suggesting teat tho various Governments or tho world Join In the creation International fund for the relief of sufferers In the eycnt of the occurrence of great dis asters In any part of the world A motion was also adopted favoring the Interdiction of thin tlmwlng of explos ives from airships In time of war Wrlitlit broke another worlds record at College Park Md flying 600 meters and return at the rate of fortysix miles an hour Two hundred night riders burned tbo tobacco burn of Edward Willow Ky Fifteen thousand pounds of tobacco was destroyed Mr Johnson was notified to pool his tobac co but failed to do so The telephone lines to Drooksvlllo were cut A light snow tell In Hamilton Ohio Monday and reports from Minnesota and Wisconsin show that blizzards were felt In those states Mrs Harriman widow of E II Harrl the richest woman Irrtlie world The estate left by tile railroad mag nate who died a few weeks ago to a statement made by a close friend and business associate today Is valued at 300000000 oran Wilbur Johnson- at manls accord- Ing A gulf hurricane swept Key West tho Florida coast and Havana Key West Is filled with wreckage and tho propety loss there Is estimated at 000000 The damage at Havana Is placed at 91000000 Several lives were lost thero Fears far the safety of between 2500 and 3000 workmen employed on the rail roan being built over the keys to Key West The speaking end of the New Yorjc City campaign began Monday night and the bluer words uttered Indicate that the mctroplls Is to have the live lest political stuggle forseveral years Judge Guynor challenged William R Hearst to joint debate and was him self charged with unbecoming while on the bench by a Hedrst orator All IndpbtwXtoCurrcjr wlL snd rfrrJV settle It 82t Quito a number heard Miss Barben at the Presbyterian church last Fri day night and were thoroughly pleased with her selections Collier Mrs R E Henry 10162t The members of Lake Placid CUT Business of to attend to F P Friable It Secretary I 2 J entertained l 1 f J are j nets Davidson All indebted J Rob a n decd wit please at T a itco D ofil and setti with ft Henn 0 at turn u store and settle wt b 1 y FishI- ng are re sled t meet at Poll Court ow n ri a eve rtat7 ci ill tance L buy a Wagon until you get my prices on Hickory 5 Dont Old WAGONSWith new improvements makes them the strongest and lightest running WAGON the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky I on r i I a wiresa I CENTRAL RECORD 188UKD WKKKLY 1100 AYKAfl F s HUQHES EdrPubr jr lm i al 11 JV f15 in fxinc iil r AV 01 Member Ky Free Aeool tlon Eighth District Publisher Laague Lnncaiter Ky October 15 1909 For Political Announcements For 1riclrtctnml City Oniccs 1 600 Fur Uounlv Olllccs 1000 District Onicos 1600 For CnIK per lino Fur Card per line For all publications In this Inter rstof Individuals orexprcsnlon of Individual views per line 10 OnllimtlM per linn t- t lIIII1U A It fr Stntc and 10 10 tI 05 IN r- f t Nnll Anttcr- I i end G Rate 1 Democratic For Circuit Judge M 0 Saulley Fur Commonwealth Attorney Chas A llardln For State Senator It L Hubble For Representative Bugle For Circuit Clerk U Mason For County Judtfe A I Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson fur Count Clerk J V Hamilton For Sherlir Geo T Ballard For School Superliilcmlent Miss Jen lns For Jailer Jack Adams For Afsetisjr W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Republican party or Uarrard county am noml neo for County Attorney and will your support B D We arc authorized to announce James It Henry as a candidate Magistrate In Buckeye district own ber three subject to the dictates of no political party Heretofore wo have written at the record and the superior qualifications each Demo crude uoiiiluee In Judicial trict and county Each Is well prepared to discharge thedutles of the offices hought and In most cases this iltneas has been demonstrated by long and etlldctit public service The public Intercuts have been guarded with care and zeal sufficient to merit and gala the approval of the people Roads have been constructed over territory that was almost Impassable public Impjovements have been made criminals have been ably prosecuted and we are blefsed with peace pro perlty and plenty of funds to meet all demands our schools being In a condition than they have been In the history of the county With these conditions why vote for another ticket made up of untried The people own the county and are selecting servants to look after and conduct tit business of the county Does the farmer or merch ant discard time tried and faithful employe fur one without experience Tine rule Is to enough alone and It Is the part of wisdom to do m now Vote unde the rooster for the gold of the public tq fulfill your sa cred obligation and to perpetuate that party organlzitlori which Is nec essary In every political battle Judtfo Herndon evidently thinks he rail force Republicans and many Democrats to vnto for him Ho seems to think that the only thing necessary to the circuit Judgeship Is to have his name on the ballot Expo rience Is a d ar telicher but will ably touch the aggrwwlve Lancastrian a few things In political etiquette The backbone of the Republican party In Iloylo county Is opposed to him Ky Advocate Many of his party oppose him here and there are enough nf this kind In the district to defeat him through Sauflpy would win nnyway It behooves till Democrats nil over Kentucky to vote Straight If fonio other purpose on account of that rc hill I tho republicans havo n mujirlty In the next tine child will nut live long enough to see another Democratic representative or Senator In many and district n the Statr The must observer ran see tho truth of llls assertion Dont walk trap In day light The re vision of our system will bo among the many Important ques tions before the next Legislature A bill should be passed to avoid double taxation to compel the listing of money and notes and to Impose an equitable tux on all Insurance compa lutes and other Institutions thus ro duclng the burden on real property which bears more than Us share simp ly because U cannot bo hid train the asseuor Tnere U great demand fur property In Lancaster and fur fIrms In Oar yard county This U on account of fertile toll Hood roads good schools a Tickett J O W nie i I appreciate the races r let well the YItIlIl61I I counties Into u tax M r to j fur- S concer Ing die I better j menu lime secure pro 4 district hug f isle y I c usual 3 i b peacenik moral Godlotlnif mid everything that goes to ex alt and embellish civilized life There Is much happiness hire and tho people are bound to each other by sacred ties of friendship and mutual esteem Wo regret very much to hear that John Q Iulllnm one of tho editors of the llurrodsburg Herald way forced Into A difficulty with J Wesley Ho bards who entered the Herald onion and began firing before Pulllam was aware of his presence The first shot of Uobards entered Pulllams left shoulder and the next passed through time first and only shot of Pulllams entered Ruburda brain The difficulty arose over Robard accusing Pulllam of intimacy with a relative all of which denies Another meeting of the campaign committee last Saturday revealed tho tact that the boys have on the war paint aro confident of victory and that their camp fires will burn brightly until the mcrn of No vember 2d when the untcrrlUed hosts will meet tho enemy and gain n signal victory Judge M C Saufley Is In Oklahoma professional business this week but will return Saturday and continue help the boys In the county races Incidentally looking after his own race If It should become necessary but as his opposition Is not the nom Ineo of any party ho will win in a walk Rankln Commissioner of Issued an address to the farmers of Kentucky urging them to pool their tobacco crops lie favors organization amongtho growers and deprecates all tendency to lawlessness Tho entire Democratic ticket will win so you had better get In the and enjoy the fun The Bedflock of Succete lies Ina keen clear brain backed by Indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from the splendid health that Di Kings Life Pills Impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and tardy J A Harmon Llzemore W Va writes They are the best pills I eyer used 25c at R E McRotierts 1m JJODKNE J P Hamm sold his farm to Jim Stone of Judson for 1500 J 0 Turner wife and daughter were visitors at Hyaltsvllle Sundays Mrs Thus Turner sold A mule colt to Bowen Fox of Danville price Rev Langley of Jackson is here for a visit to his daughter Mrs W 8 Bowling Miss Lotta Ilamm of Lancaster was with her parents Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs L H Brown a number of young folks evening Miss Delpha Coulterof Bryantsvllle spent several days recently with Mrs J S Carpenter- Mr Milt Carpenter and family of W 1 more were with relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr Otho Montgomery and wife were visiting Mr G M Lyons and family at Valley View last week J S Carpenter bought nine fat shoats of F L Clarke at 025 also a bunch from G R Carpenter at 840 Mr James Wells and bride of Wll more with his grandparents Mr and Mrs G R Carpenter and Thursday Miss Cora Langley who has been spending the summer with her sister Mr W S Bowling will return to her home In Jackson county Wednesday RECORD SHIPMENT FROM MEM PHISMEMPHIS INCREASING TREMENDOUSLY AS ASHIP1 PING POINT In an Interview with the Hesslg Ellls Drug Company the larg est firms of wholesalers Inthe South ern States they stated the de mand for Hair Restorer and Q nan Hair Tonic was unpre cedented proportions So great has tho market become these that druggls are ordering of them In than of any other prepartlons compounded The mad by tho compounders of QBanlHul Restorer Hair Tonic Isnlque You can go to any buy six packages of QIian Hair Restorer uric at a time and If after using the sixth bottle the color of your hair has not been chiming ed to color of youth any will give you un order on the to refund to you your woney Tho use by gray haired people as those who are not dally of tho Hair Tonlo It pal lively Increase I growl tho hair from three Inches year un til the limit of i rowth been reach ed Tho preparat the hair I ealth condition and will eradicate atop fulling hair cdtrecl e conditions etc No wom i be without a bottle of time Q llaf Hair Tonic Us use Is adellghtt ifiablt For sale at all drugglsU Ask druggist about tho guarantee on QIlan omit prepar tluni R R MoRoberta recommends and sells these preparations It you are hatred or your hair Is commencing to fade you can hays the first full size 60o bottle by 12o In postage to the Drug Ooi MftapUU Tonne 1 u his hal whllo 11111 lam Democratic on M C New 85 t r preparations reatu uantitles for the so to pur ose ofT r druggl rid dru IIlst I anu hair TON IQ Is Jnteoded Ir wet A app cation III IS e f r I d keep In a and IT tous II uld u oUr I citizenship o Agriculture bandwagon entertained Saturday were Wednesday Ono bat Q Ban gr and Q Ila the fact arers as ald teal ruewi perfectly zero eh send- Ing Ills ANOTHER IN STRUOTVE LETTER FROM WALLER HUDSON A Nieconn man got permission from Mr H F Hudson to publish tho fol owing letter from Ills son which gives mush Information concerning Mexico and tier people It will be continued In next Issue only part of It appearing todav University Club San Diego Calif Sept 8 Dear Mother and Father As I have just returned to San Diego I shall glvo you an account of my summers out Ing Accompanied by flue dozen kodie pictures In some of which you will see quail deer and mountain sheep In native habitations tho first place let me Introduce tn you Richard Schwartz who was with mo until I went on the sheep hunt He Is eighteen years old a young folow so constituted as to de rye the lull enjoyment from such a trip a congenial companion and an admirable boy In every respect On tho morning of the twenty sixth June wo loft San Diego by train for Tla Juana we met Mr Campbell and drove In a wagon drawn by four mules to his ranch two and twentyfive miles distant Nearly all of that day was spent In an exasperating manner palavering with the custom house officials at who refused to permit us to take any of our ammunition across the line excepting shotgun shells The officials In charge knew about as much English as I did Spanish to both languages were considerably butchered We bad About fifteen hundred rifle shells without which It would have been useless to go Finally being convinced that we would not bo to take them over we picked them up and carried them about a mile out into the brush where we assorted them In the tops of our high shoes in bur blouses and In other places under our clothing Their weight BO that we could hardly walk but we were not searched and tcok them with us safely We drove one hundred miles south slung the coast to Ensctiada and thence a bit over one hundred miles south of cast to the ranch From the wagon Schwartz and I shot quail and rabbits to supply us with Thirty miles from Enscnada Is the settlement of Guadaloupe luvlng about three hundred Inhab Hants who came there only a few ago as a result of their with existing conditions In their own country They cling to their native customs some of which display a consplclous lack of harmony with their preset environments For Instance they wear raps heavy beards and even big coats and build steep roofs on their houses A little before the sun had reached the zenith on the fifth day we came to a sudden halt held an It were tn a spell by the magnificence of the view which confronted us It was Trinidad Valley the ranch encircled by moun tarns rising to giddy heights on all sides Level as the floor It lay below us spotted with creeks clusters of trees surroundings springs herds of burros mules horses and cattle By my side on the wagon seat sat Its ver itable king Mr Campbell exceeds six feet by several Inches In height and has a magnificent physique hair Is red on account of which he goes by the name of Colorado the Spanish word for red As he tells a story In language as picturesque as the country over which he rules one Is Immediately Impressed by UU strong personality In woodcraft hunting craft cattle craft or any oth er kind of craft that Mexican or un Indlln can do he can do better The natural result oTwhich Is tint he pus unbounded respect of the natives amounting almost to awe Time ranch which Is leased from the Mexican government consists of 550 000 acres Time distance from the two points furthest apart Is fortyfive miles On It live a small tribe of In dlans and few Mexicans Martin Gonzilcs a Mexican Is vaquero or head cowboy he rules supreme during the absence of Mr Campbell Time ranch house Is built of adobe uses the ground fur a 11 or and has a thatched roof Around It are several remadas frameworks thatched with willow boughs to protect one train tile beating rays of the Timers Is al ways a bronze so that tho heat Is not oppressive Not far from tile house Is the bath tub an agutt callento a sal phur spring of boiling water In this 1 have soaked for hours after having been In the mountains or on time desort for a septa of weeks where bathing was Impossible First I would throw III my clothes tat thorn soak then place them on the grass In the sun wnere they would dry by the time I was ready to put them on After scrubbing with the tout of a Spanish dagger which exudes suds pours 1 would come out and tho wind and sun for a combination towel Time cleansing was thorough Martin with his family and dogs lives If hero a child U born he notifies Mr Campbell who con suflH the almanac to hind the day from which the new born ls The Rancherlllo or Indian village Is about a quarter of a tolls away Time ratio of dogs to Indians Is about four to one Occasionally you can sea a bunch of squaws sitting a la tailor fashion In a row one behind the other with hands busily employed on tho heads tho ones In front Ticks mid lice The llltla tots go around weal log the same suit which they brought with them Into this world WhOA venison given out INTERESTINQ AND tOO In j where TI- Juana allowed hampered- us 1I1 I rtslan lIr ielP the sun oap u nearby If had I 1 l Mexic1T hundred enough tat years dissatisfaction Ill and fruits saint toe a and I would take a little troll tot quail or rabbit or go set down by the corral with n twentytwo soil bell enough doves for several meals Hardly day turned during the whole summer that wo dldnt ace at east one coyotf Ono morning whllo sitting under the remcda at the house I counted nine Tho stillness of ev sty night was broken by their cries About daylight one day while riding cross tho valley I Lentil a levee bark Ing behind me Turning around I saw a big coyote standing In the trail bark ng at mo I have his toll now Mr Campbell hiss a homo In San Diego where his wits and little girl spend the summer So wopirre were the only ones at the house and Swart and 1 were left atone when Mr Camp departed fur time states a week Ve did tho cooking Our pies and puddings astonished the Mexicans who occasionally ate with us but our jlscults would snake Miss Jennie ealous When w4 first arrived there was a snake two drowned rata soil several ageless of huge In the well A drink or water produced an unpleasant slim ulus to our Imagination so wo jsssord tho snake and pulled him out Then with buckets and ropes we drew out all the water and went down and gave the bottom and aides a good washing Tho bottom of the well was Oiled with sand some of which we panned and found gold but not In sufficient goon titles to pay All over this section of the country where the rainfall Is small ants are constant nuisance to one attempting to enj ijr a siesta In the house the all tables and cupboards were set In tin tilled with water to prevent their crawling up Alamo thlttyflve miles distant Is the nearest post ofllce So you lice ranch Is quite Isolated Consequently many things are done In a primitive I recall the unusual method of measuring the distance between the house and ma quite tree In he valley which Is a land mark Mr Campbell measured the circumference nfu wagon wheeland then tied a white rag around the tire An Indian with some beans and a sack took hit seat In the wagon which was driven from the house to the tree Each time the white rag came round ho dropped a bean In this suck Upon arriving at the tree the number of beans In the sack wore counted and the distance ascertainedOne which we later dls covered to be thatot July 4lh Mr Campbell Schwartz and 1 arose at twothirty and started out Into the mountains on mules to satisfy tho call of our appetites for venison In the middle of the afternoon we sw a deer on the other side of a canyon at long range We dismounted threw shells Into the barrels of our rllleaand began celebrating the day of our Independ ence by bombarding the deer which ran out of sight up tho mountain side I followed on toot and gut him After dressing him we tied him on the mule back of the saddle and made for tho house where we arrived at tenthirty p m eighteen hours of riding being pretty strenuous for the first day But the venison feast was compensation In full Under the direction of Martin and some of the Indians I undertook to tan the deer skin a process which I discovered to be difficult and tedious After removing the skin from tho body it was soaked over night In water then placed over a smooth pole In a slanting position With this rib of a dead horse the hair was scraped off and attar another soaking likewise the cuticle which Is extremely tenacious Then followed another three days soak In soap suds a sun bath and an other soak Then with the brains of the deer the oil was washed out of the pores of tho skin till It became dry pliable and suit Most of July Swart and I were alone on tho ranch exccp ting thus Mexicans and Indians 1 found that necessity good teach er of the Spanish language Talc we placed a pack of grub and bedding on a burro and went out Into the mountains for a week each time hunting deer There Is a great deal of science In placing securely a pack on a burro or mule Tho two most famous hitches are the fquaw and the Diamond It Is very difficult to learn to throw either one of these One day on one of these trips we left camp to hunt deer on a mesa nearby On the way we killed a rattlesnake there we killed a centorpede and on the way back a tarantula Martin told us of a canyon where there were muchas cordonlccs many quail I toile over and found a little spring nestled In a cluster of willow with a fow cutjnnwoods scattered about a beautiful spot and cool In this one little nook of shade and yen due lonesome among ho bill dry hills hot and barren there were perhaps live nundred or a thousand quail Af tar bagging enough to supply our need I saL down In tho shade with my ku dak near a spot upon which tho sun shuwn Piutty anon the quail which had scittered came down Into the shads from all sides The ground the hu hes and the trees all around mo alive with them One was kind enough to accord with my wishes soil walked out Into the where I took their pictures soy era times You havo the pictures Dorit you think are pretty There was more pleasure In taking thoso pictures than In anything elso 1 did all summer While returning to the house a coyote crossed the trail and I dill mounted to shout AH 1 had only one left for my rifle I dropped on ono knee and aimed carefully u lie was running dlrtclljf Iron He A Schwartz Loll later I everywherea the manner a lone the nmntlmof woes they o f a layout coos were CUYe sunspot wee T y tell Instantly soil I stepped the dis tance three hundred soil twentyone yards My shooting however tho tlrst part of time summer was wild but toward tho last on the sheep hunt 1 shot with some drgteo of accuracy at long distances A weak or so later Schwartz and 1 took another days ride of fifty miles to H little valley at the heat of the ranch fur antelope Wo saw ono herd of ton Schwartz tired three times but they were too far away UONTINUKII Mr James Unhurt Is numbered with Mr Jeff Walls hail a nice horse to dlo last week Floyd Humphrey sold a nice work mulo for James Land sold his farm to Floyd Humphrey fur 1850 Miss Blanche Stotts visited friends Madison last week James Parks purchased of Raymond McCulley n suckling calf fur 17 Walter Mobcrlv has a now gum tire buggy Young ladles watch out Mr Raymond Davis and wife and little sun Hubert wore vUltlmt Mr Ed Chandler and wife last week Rev E li loll tho able pastor of too M K church at this place said sermon Sunday night that It Ignur Rico was eliminated tho human taco would be pure as the angels Solomon never said anything wiser Mony Come In Bunches to A A Chlsolm of Tread well N Y now Ills reason Is well worth road Inn Fur a lung time I from Indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness and general debility he writes 1 couldnt sleep had no nor ambition grew weaker day In spite of all medical Then use Electric hitters Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now I can at tend to business every day Its a wonderful niedlclnc Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves s COo at R K McRoberls 1m The Gospel of Getting Get your desires and get them quick let money which as things ore Is tho root of all good Get ex elusive houses and gardens Get motor cart Got old oak and lung It Get Invitations Get all you can of all that U good and correct 10 you remember early so you enough tho words which contain tho pleading of all fathers and the passion of nit experience Wis dom is tho principal thing therefore get wisdom and with nil thy getting i get understanding John O London In London T Weekly If She Had Not Married Tho lover of euphonious female names mutt look back with regret to the eighteenth century with It Ira grant memories of Helmets Arabella and Amabel Yet In Spain euphony I still preserved Could you havo moro beautiful name than Juana Maria de los Dolores do Leon It I ono of the Ironies of history that tho owner of these charming vocables fated to be known In after life a Smith and to bestow that much lei attractive and euphonious title upon a town In South Africa What He Meant Your novels riot endure said the critic I know it the author They are not literature said the criticCorrect said tho author Well then what do you mOOD by themMoney said tho author Walter fetch mo n oortcrhoutu Htorc Didnt Have to Change During tho years In which our puro food laws have been put into effect there been a great hurrying and scurrying on the part of tho food man ufacturers to change tiolr methods to malts them conform to the law The Quaker Oats Company Is a con spicuous exception It was admitted that Quaker Oats was as and clean as possible and was no Ideal food It Is 10 cheap that an ono can af ford It and BO that every ono needs It Tho of lust years experiments at Yale nd other points whero food value tested I that Quaker his eon adopted by many pcrion telr food on which they rely for adding vigor and endue of muscle and brain The Quaker Oats Company meets all demands In this way It packs Quaker Oats regular also aud the large size family package the latter both with and without china 4 WANTED I ellht or tho sick every remember Ia a was will said H The has re that t nourllhl g rue t e w ro a I I i l 01LES OHO ii inns suffered appetite treatment about s Lad Oats once r s Poultry and Eggs Highest price paid for Poultry FRESH EGGS SOots dozen Good Coal and Salt cheap for oaeh Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber H BINortbcott1 THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOIUOttATICn Lnnon iter Ky Capital Stock 6000000 It McKOlWRTS 1rcst J C Itubuuks i Vice Prcs R I Burton 2 Vice Ircs J W KLMORIt Cashier D V tt nit K I Klkln Book Keeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank WE HAVE NOTHING EXCEPT Everything You Need FOR BUILDING Lancaster Lumber Mfg Go I A I t C HItler tIiiiiiii III o Ir 1 I i4awate i f- It Ant 1 THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A B DKMY rutldcat J I STOHME3 Vice Pri l S C PENNY Ctiklir J F Robinson Aint Cailir- U T Etnbry Bookkeeper UIIIKCTOIIS Saml D Cochran Alox It Dennjr A 0 Robinson John K Htormcc S C LQIII WI William f JDenny We wish to say to the publiothat huant been open regular for some tithe but will bo opened every Saturday now in and get the best PHOTOKS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO THE POX STt1DIO Con e 1 Here we go heel and toe Rundown heels wornout nuke tiN youngsters shoes go quickly Try Butter Brown Shoes Extra hoary extra solid heels are what leaf There double in every pair I toes s wear BUSTER DROWN iibbeo SHOES For youngsters 150 to 1250 I rlI I I Blue SHOESrow EN Youll Get Satisfaction in a of White House Shoes than in other shoe you could buy I I There is More Aual Comfort because they are built on scientific lines of correct foot form which means foot comfort White House lit the feet snugly without crimping and cover a large range ef and This gives every one Just the Style he and at a popular price aao5oo 3oo4oo Kentucky Drills Vulcan Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A complete fine of furniture and atovoi on installment plan Heat 28 guago roil iron 3 crimped rooting nt filG n square We want all your products at highest market price Becker Ballard GoB- ryantsvllle Kentucky I lasts if I Shoes styles wants I4 She y I V f s the smartest and best to be had We want you to view these charming creations in Hand Tailored Fall Suits Cloaks Skirts and Furs t for their styles surpass anything ever shown in your city Our Fall line of SHOES is now complete and we show the cream of styles in Gun Metals Patent Kids and Tops in all colors Spend a while at Josephs and see all thats best in fall attire for the family THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO f 1 S S E f Falli Cloth I I 2 y OiLpl 7i r cE- f Wearing Apparel 7 L L Gossip About People C Ne A Brlif Mention W tfw Gals Md Ootaji ifs An Mmttd Capt J A li In Lexington this week Mrs C C Drown U In tho Falls Citr vlilllng relatives Miss Altlo Marksbury li at home from a to Lexington Mrs Booth Thompson li making a stay In the city of Louisville tilts Frank Marksbury visited LeI ington relatives the put week Mm Alton Taylor of Madson hero visiting Mr and Mrs A I Sanders Mrs Katie Jcnnlnits of Illinois has been vlilllng friends and relatives here L L Walker and wife and J J Walker are In Tulsa Oklahuma this weekMack Henderson attended the the I O O F meeting at MaaQeld this week Vanlta Okla homa U vUltlng at the home of J N Denny Mrs Am Bourne has returned from n vlilt to her mother Mrs Floyd of Hustouvllle Mrs Jumea Anderson Is visiting her mother Mrs Helen Van Arsdall of llarrodsburg MlM Kathleen Hanly of Nlcholu vllle Is the guest of Allan Anna Mil ler this week Misses Rcllaand Mary Arnold were vlsltlnir Mrs M E Flab at Crab Or chard this week MlsaSuile Milton visited her par cuts Mr and Mrs J 11 Hilton In Stanford Sunday W L Dramlelt of Carlisle been the recent guest of Senator and Mrs K L Rubble Mrs D M Lackey left Wednesday for a visit to Mr and Mrs Norbert Trice of Dsnvllle Little bile Cecil Bstson U visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs J II Hilton lu Stanford Mrs H JuMcRobert8 and Mrs Van Arsdale of Stanford were with Mrs J K Mount this week Mbsdaroci D F Hudson and Mattie Friable are in HopklnsTlllc attending the U Convention Bertha Sanders li at a pleasant stay with her grand mother In Madison county Claud Wherrltt of New Orleans Is at home visiting his parents Mr mid Mrs Thomas Wherrltt Miss Edna Mason of Junction City visited her parents Mr and Mrs W II Mason Saturday and Sunday MUs Alleone Ilourno returned home Wednesday after weeks visit to friends and relatives In Stafford Miss Allle Arnold left Saturday to her duties as a teacber In the State D D Institute In Indlanapo Miss Fannl Wilson JelL Wednesday for Cincinnati whore she hoe Rune to buy a new lot of stamping nd embroi dory patterns Mrs W H MUM and daughter Mrs W EMoss and children haTe return ed from pleasant vlilt to relatives In Mlddlcsboro Mrs James Royston left the lat ter part of last week for a visit of some length to Mr and Mrs Claud Hoyston and Miss Annie Roys ton of Chicago Visited the homo of Mr J n Han dusky on their return from a bridal trip through the North MesdaiDM Monte Punn of Panvlllt of BroadhMiJ 0 B MoRoberU and 8b il Un Tsl 1 nOM Dot lilt r Mr O LUennet of t r D O from a resume 1 tllr UI J a j A r 1 1 If 11811 c tl la w le- A d 1 s f i 4 kk e t4 but a v k a w r ryt y home ir le eJ4 i t MrS3 w w bi 1Cllea h wife of and W L Howe and wife of Rich mond are visiting Mrs Belle Hender sun West attended the Post Mas at Louisville Mrs O a Ferris left Thursday her home In Denver Colorado was accompanied as far as Loulnvllli by her sisters Misses Murlha Helen 0111 who will attend the horse show MrUlm Wall whohss been vlslllni MeMrs Droaddus and Lear left fur Somerset to tee his brother Tom before leaving the following day for his hone In Old Mexico Mr Wall Is engineer of ono of those great Western trains Ills train climbs the mountain sides passing through an altitude of 6000 feet from C a m to 3pm Mrs Stormes entertained at Ova hundred Tuesday afternoon In bonorof her visitors Mrs A W Hub bard and Miss Ann Sinclair ofCov fnglon Dellcous refreshments ware served and the following ladles a most delightful afternoon W R Cook D W Fridges and J E Robinson Misses Carrie Currey Polly Traylor Annelle Tom llnson Norma Elmore pct and Allle Anderson Heleu and Martha 0111 Annie Herndon Allle Marksbury Margaret and Joan Mount IJtJCKKlE Dorn to the wife of Sale Hurt a One boy Lee Basket of Nlcholasvllle Is In our vicinity Mrs Robert Long was In Nicholas vlllelsst week Miss Margaret Ollearn visited her home folks near Marksbury last week Mesdames Mollle Fain and Mary Clouse of Stone were guests of Mrs Mike Ray last Tuesday Mrs Porter Wearen have recently moved Into Wm Whltaker house on the Paint Lick road Mr Whitaker will leave for Illinois In a few days Miss Jennie Dlckemon of the State Normal School at Richmond accom panled by her aunt Miss Kate DIck arson spent Sunday and Monday with home A Banquet spread before you would do you no good If you couldnt eat What good can food do a child when u won as It enters Its stomach It Is eaten by worm the reason your baby Is ailing cross patty faced and thin Give It Whites Cream Vermifuge It will expel the worms and act as a tonic for the child Sold bv R E MoRoberts 1m John Frost has gone to Darbours villa on business J H Miller sold a fat cow ti J E Hammonds for So a pound Mrs Vernle Ulpson of Knox county Is her sister Mrs John Long worthMrs Ada Pence of Missouri who has been visiting relatives and friends here la visiting In Stanford Miss Vtrgle R Worrol who has been visiting relatives here has returned to Oklahoma to engage In teaching There was preaching at Good Hope Saturday und Sunday by Rev J B Parks the Pastor Rev A 0 Baird bo Ing In a meeting at Gllllad church In Madison county B 11 Walker we are sorry to eaiC- i l J bedside In Louisville where been for medical treatment money and medical science can w Is being done for his recovery We bin cereljr hope he may yet V with Snow When you see that kind of a nesth or forecast you know that rheumatism weather Is at hand ready for It now by getting a bottle of Mallards Snow Liniment Finest thing made fur rheumatism chilblains frost bite sore Iud stltl Joints aud muscles all aches and pains Ho 60o and allOO a bottle Hold bT B B MoRoberUIn W T tore Con ntlon for She and J E Mrand IU That Ut WOOD nut Improving Ills family la a h AI tlllahtiy eel Oat Monday enjoyed Mesdames FLAT ale has that 4 lx yd Horn to the wife of Mr Henry Ray a boy Mr Ellga Uolton hay been very sick but Is some better Mr and Mrs Lem Tester and child ren spent Sunday with Mr W D Parson and family Miss Vella Vernell Ray has return ed home after a plciuant visit to her relatives In Madison Mrs Aaron Ray and children spent In Madison with her aunt Mrs George Prather and family bTONK Clayton Preston bought a horse for 170A T Sanders bought of Jim Hicks a horse for 105 U S Sanders taught of Clayton Preston a horse for 1160 Mrs Peach spent last week with Mrs Mary A Sanders Mrs Henry Montgomery and little son Wllbcrt visited at Stone Friday porn to the wife of Charles Grow on Oct 7 a daughter christened Lu clio Mrs Jno N Sherrow and Mrs Lynn Cobbspent Friday night with Mrs U G Preston Tlvls Preston of Danvllle was the guest of his mother Mrs Mary Tuesday Mr Forest Calico and Mrs Jno H Posey were tho guests of Mrs Emma Posey Coy Sanders and family and Miss Alice Snyder were guests at Mrs Will Taylora Sunday Mrs Mallnda Preston of Jessamine has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Mary D Preston Mr Maurice Thompson and hand some bride were the charming guests of Mr and Mrs A B Drown Sunday Mrs Ida Preston children and sis ter spent the latter part of tin week with their aunt Mrs Wiley of Mad isonAll the neighbors were very much alarmed Monday night by being In formed that Mrs Mary Prestons barn was on tire The neighbors were soon there to lend their assistance al though It was too late It certainly was a great loss a there were seven head of mules and horses burned be sides feed and farming Implements MAllKNUUUY Mr and Mrs Felro of Cairo N Y making a short stay with their Mrs FAith GUI of Danville will arrive next Monday night to assist pastor Spouse Ih a revival suvlce at the Fork churchMrs Woods entertained at Sunday Mr William Floyd and wlfeof Parksvllle and Miss Eliza Ison of llryantsyllle Misses Inez Coleman Ethel Lane have returned to their home In Dan vllle after a short stay with Miss Pat tie Belle Burke On Sunday October 3rd Mr Leonard Pollard celebrated his CUth birthday Nine of hrs children and 21 of his friends spent a most enjoyable day with Rev ahouxe who has been engaged In a revival ut the Orchard closed the services Wednesday evening Up to this Jias been no r 4jeen very good Mr Jonah Marsee has on h black sow having four this e She owner advertisement and for tho expense of her keeping A Shaking Up may all b nreijt t e trusts are concerned but not when It cornea to chills mid foyer and ma larla Quit the quinine and take a real cureUallarda Herblne con no harmful drugs and Is as cer Lain as taxes If It doesnt cure you get Your money back Holder R E MoRoberU m U Grow andMrs I lara house dinner conve- rT 10 bh whit eetwlth cblltl roumal s unmarked w III about ounds Time got her by paying for this II allay Preston end tine tier placolt 125 woh laL tam e e 1 PAINT LICK Mrs G 0 Rico spent last Saturday In Richmond Dr Patrick our dentist Is having a splendid practice here Mr W D Hammack Is at home an extended business trip Mrs Parker Gregory Is spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Henry Rlddleberger of Lan caster will be hero for several days Mr Alfred Kemper of Covlnglon is visiting his niece Mrs W G Kcm Virginia King has returned from a visit to relatives at Nicholas vllleMlu Lucy Fjancls has returned home after some weeks visit In North CarolinaAfter several days at home Miss Ethel Woods has returned to Madison InstituteMiss of Bedford has a position as stenographer In Peoples bank Mrs George Bastard and Mrs Mar the Ely both have a pretty lino of mllllntry goods Little Ray Rucker of Campbells ville spent a short time this week with her sister Geneva Dr Snowden of Paint Lick sold two houses and lots In Lowell to A N Henderson for tlUSO Mr J M Metcalfs handsome brick building Is going up rapidly and will quite an Improvement to Paint LickMr W T Champ and family have moved to Lancaster to reside The citizens regret giving up this splendid family Mrs Sallle Rayburn and Miss Burn L Rucker of Richmond visited Mr Parker Greg orys family MrGeorge Parsons who has been employed as miller for Durnum and Rucker will move his family hero and take rooms with Mrs IJIy J D Burchell has enlarged his store building and put largo glass windows In the front which makes a nice store room He has a full line of dry goods and groceries I1UENA VISTA James Johnson of Illinois is a In this section J B Ruble car load of hogs to Cincinnati last week Mrs Sallle Robinson has been and relatives In Versailles and Lexington A T Scott bought of Logan Scott one milk cow and calf price too also one Jersey heifer 20 An Interesting temperance meet ing was held Saturday evening A large crowd In attendance Mrs Chas Scott and children from Van Arsdall have been spending a few days with relatives here The Teachers Association of this district will be hold here Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Time public Is cordially Invited to be present Miss Asklns of Louisville and Miss Blanch Asklns of Ambrose who have been the guests of J W Asklns fami ly have returned to their homes Horace Kennedy the second sot of Chas Kennedy our popular miller was married last Thursday to Miss Nannie Cooper of rime at Sprlngdale Ky At the recent sessions of time two Methodist Conferenses Rev J Godby vr s assigned to Mt Olivet and Ruv E B Hill to Browns Chapel Rev hailed with delight Rov 11111 will bb welcomed by his congregation u Frightful Averted would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Dlsborry Kulllher Minim without Hucklena Arnica Salve soon cured me Infalllable for wounds cuts and bruises U soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Hulls Skin Eruptions Worlds best for 260 at R B UcRoberU 1m perMiss accepted bo I his pulpit hero and was tno Chapel where lie will Fate I whl IJr r after granddaughter U visitor visit- Ing frlends marriage Qodby tilled boat 4e n Pllee rr S Business Items We pay hlgues SD Turner phone 199 Fresh pork and teuder beef all Iruilie lO82t I We will clve llftlts ngO upfo S V B16 zV SXD Turner phfene 109 10 1540 Insist upon Colonel Cigar J smhkesfrX burjisKhgej to Coney Davidson o41Jul time Al settle V W N Craig Kcngarlan Hotel talc For Salel W s will buy all of the good butter you tan hrffilfuis K lfo I ti streeVr PlionviOO 101521 next week 10141 W E Moss Phone 351 F Apron Sate For Sale lots ln Paint Lick per Taint 1015it cult and coffee a Interesting theta and see Save 25 to Copper cen on new line of shoesiat G you 60 Vie coot to close out stock 0 O Powell 2t liras cent Money to make application 023tt G Nolle to Creditors All persons liavTW claims against HobortM are hereby vllle K Wllllamj Lances George II Robinson Execulcr of Robert M West deod 108Ot BI af tJ bet an ad clga Jpdlbt Wt1l please 109t dICQ the r alnull 8alndlcb lJI relay No ember 201009 lo8tf lI1eanlnlllcsa a nJckel and till J u a su ox lis o Io of k en n Ito th t r l1eaLla made In St I It Itt the store of R olden 1 JI I 11 l F es auttl e e i est a trT 3 Elkin San e l 2t5 I 1 F esli yh per F ay a Pta r Son 1082t crib Ic td al i pro ucor 101 t alt f he M eetic mgt en Ing we of o 1 to h 101 J oum Cos s 1e r 6 fcl you us rn count c D nL et tsMajejb4 Inge open n wee o ov is o J fount Co a ado 91 t- All ed t iiu retu to L u- cas r s y 61 t o t It e r eye d at with ea Ito to s on o- str t nM0 nts e 1DU alb 2t II ndse a ubber re carriage that cos 1 III ell at bar In- Wrl a PO box 3Dar e 0 ce r U roe pot A autlf and pr calc kboolc and use s use r f e o e y vial ar thin o h B M a e- St t igge emk bit aselden Beta phi I ave pdu hols n I of for gala a 100 p r b mot I l e as Lancaster with a oad ne t ourt sy i bL our cal has ayfon Sat Two house and Ky halo In t H ry B az y For t rt or Inf iatlo rlc and terms ply to G K Lick entucky be tut k boo ad useful so van v a s II e et y- I o en 1 s s ro Asol t ametl g ill Coma ow 1 t 1460 patch at 360 o ly y u t o- protlt a shoes lie re ch go All abo cut nab N and y lid all limo Bo Seo 0 1V I loam n eu ns of 11 or more first nor ago um Easl to If you will a lima moo ey to t Is t time t sat thq ye nowt tU li road Wes dec sed uutlaed a vet the cl a d og to I w o duo ti t n o r- Novomb r 1 Ir1009 w Ii n with t torn W I NY A i t w 11= W HAVE YOU IDIScovered what delicious bread and pastry OBELISK FLOUR makes If you havent better try a barrel when you bake again Youll find you are using less flour and getting better results than you ever did with any other flour Order some OBELISK FLOUR now and youll always use it BANKS HUDSON SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS AT McRoberts Drug Store B L Wood treat W C Fish Vice Prett W G Kcnper Caiblcr PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKlOUATKD I r OCOOCOOC 1 I I t q 000YOOOrOOC a 1 X I j oQooo oooo 00x00 ta- e 4 We offer you fair treat ment with ovary accom modation that is consistent with conservativeBanking CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 000000 DIUBOTOH U COY ARNOLD ROaUYN J 8 BORROWS J B WOODS EL WOODS WOFI8K R 1 W O WYNN g Our Customers Fully Prototled by fidelity and Casuality Insurance J A T3TT1 A r iT PTV Ire II 4 e UNDERTAKER Arterial ud Caylly Embalming 0111 an nrmrllte street FULL LINK OP CASKETS ASH HUUlAb ItOUES ALWAYS I STOCK your Tobacco with BEAZLEY HASELDEN We insured tobacco last year in this and adjoining counties when other agencies could not Office National Hank of Lancaster Phone 31 I z K1 Srua i UNl iW Ir 1 H I Are 5l I eHeeeeeeeeee4 e NII- IINcARB Jl Morrow Jrnttttitto Optician fllMl fitted Ratliifacllon Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phono 221 once flours Office om 8 K m to IJ I p m to 4 Slormvt Drug Store B F WALTJUR DENTIST Phono 05 Luncastcr Ky M K Denny l Ouara teed er I DENTIST Arnold Jlllllncrjr H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHONE W J Office corner Lexington St and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and District Court iollco Court Phone 104 Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTKR KUNTUCKY M HOUSKBARBER Call In and get n Slave pair Cut and Shampoo North ddeol Public Square Hot and Cold Baths HRJIS PRICEw- ill practice Dentistry- at his home Htahmond ave every Monday aqd Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts DuncansShop for Hot and Clean Steamed Towels and Sterllzed Razors We your trade and we are here to tar Stick to tlie old reliable Barber with 25 of oipvrlenco bud a three chair shop Itlclunobd street W T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references Notice to Creditor All personb claims against W R Teeter are hereby notltlcd to verify them according to law und the them with us at eaters Ky or with W I Williams at torney Lancaster Kyon or before November tat 1000 L T Tenter M Tent r Executors 1084 of W Teeter Decd FINN FART IN UUIIAUI COUNT FOH HALE A tine blue crass firm for ate illiratcd on our Iolut Leayell and lU mllfi Urc l r coiilalnliif JW acre well In ond n Ulibnrhoailb lng part ol lliujoliu Valkvrtracl tviili a iNiidiom view l i lory aevon room llmrtoa with all urccmirjr outbullill ft HIII gcoit new barn 40iCO VVtill watitrcit Is uovfr falling i rliig and creek running through T w In baud lialauce and twu u r from bvarlug six ceiit filtered until ald 1fnoin looking for l a a W O VALKBH8t urord Ky KILL COUCH MO CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discovir I I Omre over Mlu I U S Onte over INSURANCE I 00 TO a reelal having I pew south of cacti one per place write WITH r e e I i 4 laseeeooeewoeeoeeeeooooa YY soeoooeeoeeoooeweeooeooooa- h V HeM yearn deceased h yule pike residence der or sale such crave FOR C8 8r rnlciOo Trial 6tOs flu OOAHANTXEU BATI8FAOTOA OA MONKV KXVUNDKI K K McUoberts Drug Sore ANI alL THROAT AND LUNG TUOUBLE1 I yr Farm and Stock 0 II Swlncbrond soul a rcitlitcred Jcrsoy cow to Alex West for 1100 I Hamilton raised 320 bushels of Irish potatooi till two acres of land W II Burton boURht 20 mucs nt London Monday that overawed 62 each James H Witt sold his farm of 111 acres near Iluckcyc Illll for 1 100 per acre Rlbert Calico hold his crop of taboo cu to Milo Ulinpson rcprcsontliiK Dan vlllo parties for 16 cents James N Denny had one of his line Jersey cows killed Saturday by a south bound train Mrs Nannie J Lawrence has raised lava cuslmwH that weighed 271 pounds each They lire the largest ours that have teen seen In town this year Horses and Mules Wanted Any out having horses or mules to sell WIIIiurion Lancaster Ky My property for sale 2 miles from town on Lexluuion pike In Graded ii 0j- r ln s address Julia E Anderson Lancaster 1014U A sensation was created trotting races last Wednesday when the two year old flllr Native Belle trotted a mile in 2071 thus establishing worlds record for two year old trotters She went the first heat In 2121 Native Belle Is a daughter of Moko anti Yellow Belle and Is owned Jolnth by rims W Mur Phy of PouRhkecpssle and Edward Thompson of Brooklyn To Dealers In Cattle For grazing and feeding cattle call on or place your orders S A Cooper Commission Co Stock Yards careful for what our W In fllllmr orders on this market address all co amunlcatlons O Park Kansai City Stock Yards 10l10t from Falmouth Kv says that Uldif Co have started out to buy 1000000 pounds of tobacco for an Independent tobacco concern They have already contracted for about 400 000 pounds to be delivered about 1 at an average price of 11 cents a pound John F Fryer O M Rush and others are buying for the Burley pool A special from Mt Sterling says that tobacco Is being sold rapidly In this market aud the prices be lug pala arc very high in fact very much higher than the most san guise tobacco grower expected this year It has been claimed all along that there was such a bumper crop that the prlco would be very low III comparison to the past two years However when the first crop was sold hero the past week 16 cents straight was paid and since that time at least 1600 000 pounds has hands at an average price of 14 runts and the country Is now of buyers who will willingly pay that for almost any old kind of the Aero after acre of crop Is being sold wlthuut the bUyer seeing the crop Its A Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns Its doers Thats why the merlcan people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the Kng of Throat and Lung remedies Every atom Is a health force It kills germs and colds and lagrlppe vanishes heals coughracked membranes coughing stops Sore Inflamed bron chlal tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrages cease Dr Gco More Black Jack N 0 writes It cured of lung trouble pronounced hope less by all doctors 60c 1100 Trial bottle freo Guaranteed by R E Mo Huberts I m TALK OF THE TOWN Nearly Every one In Albion Mich Mlo natho MoneyBack Cure for Indigestion AUltoN MICH The people In Albi on ure elated to an unusual extent be cause of tIle many and remarkable cures which havo lately been made by Mlonu a dyspepsia cure with a world wide reputation Everybody Is en dornlnu Hero In what some Mrs E 3 Casa MIona cured meofubiomacblioube that had me u lung time W H Matt says I had doctored without liolp I used Ml ona and nlnco uilnu It throe sauna ago hnvo been frog from tim distress Mrs Basins Overy nays Fur mouths had dynpt psla burl stomach illstietw pains and nausea Nolhlnu 1 used relluved or cured till I used Mlo imU K McIlubertH the druggist In Lnncaster sells the wonderful dyspep ale cure Ml o na for 60 cents a large box and ha II that ho will give your money back It It doesnt IOnrus catarrh or money back Jnst Includlmi y l I J tu Thumps night PIll CUIlCr aft the Lex- Ington a new wit Ka as City sal orlon you will be mad by O Park w o as had 27 are experience lease Aspeclal Nay November full I weed 4 Its mo i Pal I tit IUIIH respected rrllldolllH bothered for so well ot 1 r I b U lQo will ruff celrl t 1 isJ will buy the a any l o u d l e the highest iii et pric School Ile ct hg barn an I fie ry a Fur particulars tuna or an to- W exchanged the over s sal Nays uuinllw tiiIris acre flYOM E QUARTERS FOR HOUSING PIGEONS IN COMFORT Description of Economical Loft Tlmt Will Accommodate Two Hundred Palma Without Crowding By C K Graham I t i t 1 a of Neat with Movab le Front and Partitionstea It Is a debatable question with squab breeders today whether birds should be kept In small or largo nocks While ono will advocate keep ing not over 60 pairs In a loft another will advocate keeping 25 and a third will claim that there Is no harm In keeping 200 pairs together Observa tions have led me to believe that 40 Common Type of Pigeon Loft I pairs can be kept together quite suc cessfully These should have about fifty square feet of floor space and the lofts should bo at least six feet high There should also bo a fly from six to eight feet high the width of the U t and from twenty to thirty feet In 1 cth Somo breeders make the fly 1 ih enough so that It will extend over 1 urt of the roof of the pigeon house I In order that the birds may sit In the sun This Is not only Injurious to the roof but encourages the birds to lazy habits whereas to got successful suite In breeding they must be kept working or at least not encouraged to IdlenessProbably one of the worst enemies that pigeons have Is the rat and In order to fight It the houses are gen orally hunt from eighteen inches to re I How would you like an income of 5000 too 00 or 20000 per month payable monthly You can have it by putting in a herd of dairy cows and patronizing the Creamery 8 to 10 good cows will bring you 5000 end upward per month 16 to 20 good cows will bring you 10000 and upward per month 35 to 40 good cows will bring you 20000 and upward per month Work Yes Hard Work but do you know of any way of making money without work If you are loqking for a Snap dont waste time fooling with cows If you really want to improve your standing in the world and are willing to study and learn and work there is no industry that will respond more quickly to your ef forts than dairying The dairying interests ar to Illinois Iowa Wisconsin Michigan New York and Ohio as to bacco and hemp are to Kentucky It is a well known fact that any and all of the above named states are more namita tin their people are ideas and new inventions than are ours If you to succeed as a dairyman you must milk good cows house them properly and feed them a balanced ration and then they will return you a golden harvest Come to the creamery nud let me explain to you in detail It will be worth your time Henley V Bastin fiZ i W C or t S I fa than due doubt to the that r M to new conditions fo- M i I to to I to t I Z IZI I I I t r f fl t fl f fI JJt iSkSt2Aa2idar5d tYJCw Cq9d t ri t1 t t dd t is t tfyour ti T- W t- a t1 prostKentucky fact quicker in responding i arc f i r In n ri Doing Noble Work Kentucky Federation of Wo Clubs doing a great work In the State and should have the en couragement and help of everyone The organlztllon Is now sending out the following the newspapers being asked to print the same Thero are four or live centers for Bach town The Courthouse If a country town The School The Church Tlio Post Onico Thu Railroad Statloh Three needs Clean Floors Clemilayeinents Clean water Beautify and plant all centers with vines and shrubs Put antituberculosis cards In build Inns Have an anti spitting ordinance with a penalty Ilavo a simple linen ufilcept regular women members and Kwoclate men members Join tho State Federation rile mans orllllllllltlonY mall row have two feet from the ground using trap doors from the Moor to the ground In order to keep the wind from blowing under and lowering the temperature of the house during the cold weather Tim most economical construction floor to tho eave In front the south side and from six to eight feet on the north side Houses with a root of this style ore naturally very hot In sum mer but It built high on tho south side It will be found almost Impossible to got a satisfactory alley In the building For this reason a building that la twelve to fourteen feet wide and six feet from tho floor to tho cave and from eight to nine feet from the floor to the ridge leaving tho loft tree from floor to root Is most satisfactory A house such as this with capacity for 200 pairs should cost about 160 per pair Including the cost of fly nests water fountains etc The partitions between the lofts should be tightly boarded to the tops la a house built five feet from the Pigeons of the nests as there Is naturally a draft through the house yet In order to get proper ventilation It Is well to use poultry netting for division from the tpps of the nest to tho roof This will permit free circulation of air In the peak of the bouse especially by having windows on the north aide that may be opened when necessary particularly during the summer months Well Housed Japanese Substitute for Cows Milk The Japanese have discovered cheap and good substitute for tho milch cow In the form ofu tiny bean The juice extracted by a special pro COBS from the bean Is said to bo an excellent vegetable milk tho properties of which render It highly suitable for use In tropical countries The preparation Is obtained from the Soja bean a member of tliii legu minous family of plants and a very pop ular article of food among the poorer classes of Chinese and Japanese In making tho vegetable milk the Moans are first or all softened by soaking and are liven pressed and boiled In water Tho resultant liquid Is exactly similar to cows milk In appearance but Is en tlrely different In Its composition This Boja boon milk contains 02 B per cunt water 302 per cunt protein 313 par coat tat 003 per coat liber 188 per cent nonnitrogenous substances and 041 pur cent ash Same sugar and n Illllu phosphate of potassium ore added In order to prevent the ullpilim lion ot the albumen and then the mix tutu s boiled down III n substance like condensed milk U obtained This condensed vegetable milk Is of yellowish color and has u very hardly fo be distinguished from that of real cows milk a a- very pleasant v rfpwo ttar Dili heading U for the etelu lire of cal farmer iibicrlben and It lor Iho of stock grain and inch livings on M the firmer cannot Tonl to silver tltc No notice will bo accepted over four heel mud will be only In two issues ot the tucoiiti of ehatt I havq 10 good yearling mules 0 nutria mid 4 hotses In good llesli for Rile also 100 ewes bred to good buck U B Jenkins Ilrvantsvlllc Ky Fur Sale Bnrlflf and home grown timothy seed Cull on lluwen hyena Rubble Ky havo nice short fur sale J W Simpson Judsjti Ky Fur Sale About 60 or 00 acres of corn nlto time stalk held Mrs Vie tori Anderson H F D No 4 Stan ford Ky Cold Weater Advice to all Is to beware of coughs and colds on the chest as neglected they read Iii lead to pneumonia consumption or other pulmonary troubles Just as soon as the cough appears treat It with Ballatds llorcbound Kyrup the standard cure of America Use as dl rected pirfeotly harmless A cure aunt preventive for all dlseascscs of the lungs Price 2 c BOo and It 00 per bottle Sold by It E Mclljburts 1m The Funny Side Tit for Tat An Irishmen was sitting In a depot smoking says the Kansas City Inde pendent when u woman came und iltllng down beside him remarked Sir If you were a gentleman you would not Mnoko here Mum lie said If ye win a lady yod sit farther Pretty soon the woman burst out iiguln If you were my husband Id give you poison Well mum returned time Irish ulan as he pulled away at his pipe If ye wuz mo wife Id take It Untrue Friends 1 heard a dandy today one that youll appreciate Its a true story An Irishman and Italian gut together and the Italian said Mike Sthop right there Thot story Is a lie If an Irishman avid an Eyetullan overcame together the da go would nlvlr chance to say a wurd Thered be Jlst ono punch and thot would settle It In Inland New Yorker to Pat Juit Landed You never saw such tall buildings these In Ireland did you Pat Pat Not to be AstonlshedJFalth ylsl In Irland the top stories of home of tho billdlngs are on hinges so they can bo letdown whin the moue goes over A Glorious Death First Tramp Honey went her sleep Ir a empty brewery VuV las night an suddenly somebody opened up de vat plug an1 beer rush Inl Second Trump Wot became o1 Uoozuy First Tramp Ho choked death trylu t1 stem oe tldel The Reason The Colonel never unbends even when he Is drinking No Ho preserves his dignity In alcohol Natural History Phenomena Teacher was telling her class little stories In natural history and sho It anyone could tell her what a ground hog was Up went a little hand waving frantically Well Carl you Inay tell us what a groundhog Is Please maam Its sausage Everybodys Magazine House and Lot For Sine I desire to sell In Lowell Ky coiiHlnng of a good live room house anti turn acres of land This property Is wtJi Improved with grad burn all out bulldlnvF plenty of fruit tifio well water hush riulpiur und dune close to three In feet ft of limo most conven lent locutloiiH In Uarrard county one deslrhmu good home I would be pleased to have them call and see mo IO8lt Win Hurt Sr For Sale Having sold 00 acres of my unimproved will veil privately my land of 40 acres at per acre located 13 Kant of on tho Iron Works pike In county Ky It IH also near If K 1 IIIIIM from church U from grist mill shill store It acres virgin toll 2 dons broke anU put tobacco IhU year und 8H ucruH un nut boon iig of u liniisu of nliml rouinni 1 1 stuck cistern at dour hen house u ml nil other liulldltigH loud bearing 2 veiirn llniiHo covered H n Wb 2 MOUIO plume 808 3 er 101941 ALLEN Jt 1j1Ifarm free I lcarllllg calves II 111 how a lot de t tI privately my property neCt IIry lit IlIIII is lie und lit II C rk ho m s hUll 1110 lint I fur mire 12 YOllrll uails CUll I II lit ham that will hold 2 tiles or tobacco mOil nelmus Y Imo riven newly allli P II rllrtllill IInllyerlllKI tg also furl e 01111 on If write J W lei 1tlIIe W 1- d oNNNN 4 a eNM5NM1N rue Bale two away a asked cliuche chutdandrailroad deny 1Vi Neno tip Itihurcq barn ihuse guy wa araicady slug war Fur Allen tai alb I J WALKKItiPresldaiil OKUANIZUI IMji The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANOAHTHK KV CAPITA 50000 SURPLUS 5 oo- fl I HUDSON Cashier nioNHr Awl IrOir 0 D WAIKHII Uuokkcepur Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention J H Johnson II F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex hubs Lewis L Walker U A Arnold OCT 5 TO 1 6 THE GREATEST IN THE WORLH WO I D mFOlCJ mil Lexington Trots v n STAKES 8500021000 FUTURITY Tuesday Oct C 3000 TENNESSEE Oct D 5000 TRANSYLVANIA Thursday Oct 7 Monday Oct 11 GREAT 203 PACE Friday Oct P 5000 TROTTING HANDICAP Thursday Oct U Other Sensational Race Daily Webers Prize Band of AmericaBLA- NCHE BERNDTMEHAFFEY SopranoSoloist IN DAILY CONCERTSO- NE FARE ON RAILROADS I I Tuesday 3000 CUP STAKE H J1 I i Tho Malleable mnnand tbo Malle able Kid are furnUhlnir free lint bU cults and a cup of fragrant coffee at Hascldcn liras store all next week WEST MUST THROW OFF YOKE Time to End the Domination of the New England Representatives at Waihington Tile total area of the six New Eng land states I le than 70030 square miles and tho total population I nbout 8000000 Six western ntntcii Illlnnln Missouri Iowa MlnnesoUi Wisconsin and Inillnnn have snore than 360000 square miles and a population of 18 600000 How tho influence of these six western states compare with tho New England Influence In imam the preHent tariff Iowa Wlnconsln and Indiana havo Cummins iJi Follctto and Ilovcrldfio on guard lint what Is their Influence compared with that of tho Now England group These western senators are voicing tho sentiments of the really representative American states Hut what headway arc they making Tim great west and middle wet could put New England In an ob Hcuro corner geographically and still have an American empire left Yet Now England continues to assume that all real statecraft nil tariff wis doom all loyalty to American Ideals are vested In Its senatorial representa When will the west throw off tho Now England yoke Unappreciated Warning Warnings of political retribution such as Senator Cummins addressed to1 Aid rich and the other members of tho tariff hog combine slide easily off tho backs of senators who have their local machIne under good control and their legislatures In tholr breeches pocket Fancy frightening little or Lodge In that way It Is In tho doubtful states and particularly those of the west which aro so filled with disgust at the threatened betrayal of tariff revision that tho prophecies of tho town lena tor will como true If at all Hut this prospect doe not In the least disturb the overlords of tho senate They haVe much tariff goods laid up for many years and ore saying to their souls Eat drink und bo merry Aid rich Indignantly said 1 am rtsponsl blo to my constituents alone Ho need have noronccrn for the welfare of tho party at largo Provided llhodo Island staya Republican what matters It If Illinois 01 Iowa bo lout Aldrich Ik not asking either of tho latter stolen to keep him In thq senate Hut there la ono muff who Is bound to take that tho country Is sqmowhat larger than Rhode Island and whoso duty I to consider tho Interests of time whole people Ha Is the president of tho United Htntcs N Y Evening Post Policy of Deceit The Republicans have made n spec tacular show of changing the old law hero end there but In nearly every essential Item tho return always In to Dlngloy n response to n great cry against tho Payne Increase of tho tax on inch necestnrlea a gloves and poses to retain tho highly protective rates Payne kept tho joy rates on winos and liquors Tho senate appeals to a popular sentiment by raising Tho proposed In crease than 8 a dozen on champagne to IOCQ will certainly entice no gruiii bllng among tits champagne makers ot Nuw York state A Makeshift Revision It Is evident that such tariff ro vision an we are to get Iron the pros ent extraordinary session of congress will bo a temporary makeshift sails rectory to nobody but Us direct bono flclarlei who ore a small minority of limo people of the United States N Y Journal of Commerce does ling 011vcr i I notice out I hosiery senate graciously or law lives the pro Dingloy Ding thorn J B JOHNSON Vice Prcst PURSES No Inqulilllonl We do not believe the country will continue long to look with favor upon these efforts to Increase the power of tho general government over prlvnta business There IB no doubt that whet wo need In not n commissioner of corporations over the of prlvtilo business and Inserting till interfering figure wherever ho n chance but laws known to all men the violation of which cnn pretty orally bo punished without searching the tho companies for evl donco Ihllndelphla Record Wo were told that tho trusts must bo or that they would rule the government What we sea U that tho trusts are stronger than whom they wore attacked and that the law li In the mire It been perverted from tho regulation of morale nnd the protection of liberty to an ontanglo munt with tho Intricacies of economic cpinpctltlonti which It U not tilted to control It hat btri a bitter and hu miliating experience nnd tho prollts of It are nil to be reaped Thus far tho have been solely of dlioiler and dl ernca Kxcbango Old News Papers For Sale at Record Office Cream Vermifuge record books qf slain lien VVHITES A a poring sees gen 1 f dividends TilE CHILDRENS FAVCrtfTE TONIC rlWAKt IMITATION THE aihUINC rkCfAKIB Only T BallnrdSnow Liniment rotio MC- TAlulluborta Drug Storo Nearly all woman suffer some pain at times due to the ailments peculiar to their sex If your Is yet In a mild form take Cardul to prevent It becoming more sorlqus If you have suffered long years Cardul at once Uso persistently and It will help you 0 I Co- oT Pain h Take THE GIUHMEEO mmEENEDY q CAnDy l N Mrs L of New Hartford la for 24 years She writes For tho past 24 years I havo been afflicted with womb trouble causing extremal nervous non pain In right slde and back altogether making life a burden I tried doctors and various other remedies without relief Finally I ba gan using Nov I am entirely cured I cheerfully all women similarly afflicted to Car dul Sold everywhere B44 Eel was 0 afflicted V 1 e v