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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11t t AII i f- rtrrrxrrletIt THE CENTRAL RECORDIUMi KKMOlOli UNTAIlMSIUiD AND OtfOD QOVKMMKNT LANCASTER KY FKIDAY OCTOBER 22 mOUe lOCllJC1 It1 Gasoline Engines Gorn Mills Feed Mills Corn Crushers Feed Cutters Wood Saws and PUMPING OUTFITS sold and erected We have a few slightly used Corn Crushers i on hand that we will sell at a bargain j Let us make you estima tions on your wants CONN BROTHERS- I J a I J I un mm Dr E II Pcarco entertained oniclal mcmnorii of Ida church at din nor Monday evening at tho Koimarlan Deacon talent piny will be given Court House early Miss Noll Johnston I J B Sandusky has bought n farm 1100 per ncre land will movo there We regret to lose him and his excellent family Mr 8 W Muss ono of Garrnrds hustling farmers will start n dairy In Lancaster about November 1st There In a good opening hero for such enterprise and we feel euro that Silas will succeed Colored Baptist Church Tho members of the colored Hap tUt church havo added a house of worship They will also odd a furnace to mako the build ing moro comfortiblo for winter mouths Faithful Janltorlll Uncle Jim Anderson tho faithful Jtnltjr at tho Lancaster Graded School Is reported on a decline from tubcrculoil The t achors and pupils of tho school xtlll present him a leath er chair for hit long and faithful sere Sale Of Town Property Hughes Swlnebroad report that they havo sold for 11 E McRoberts what Is know as tho Hurnslde dwelling and lot on corner of York and Dan ville streets to Miss Eliza E Smith for three thousand dollars Possession January 1st 1010 Sold Again The property on Richmond road near town sold last week by J BSandusky to Alexander Walker was sold this week by Walker to W A advance of 700 the price being 14 300Mr also comes lo town to get the benefit of our excellent school which has made town property In de nand Good Time new road machine which the city recently purchased was given a trial on Totlcn avenue this week It did extra good work making the rough street now look like a boulevard Wo are glad that tho majority of this council and the Mayor will ho re elected since they have begun to do such good work If they will continue tho work on time streets and tint fur get the sidewalks we will guarantee their election 2 years hence con the I liThe tine 110 hll NOPe under the direction of f I near WlcholRIIVIIl Rt r r r JlntI try t1 their r r r I I I I Ice I I r r r Price at all Price r I a Looks r 11st 11 ate TI Ica a b I the C Majestic OpeningOF Noveml ist to 6th Special inducement offered during the week A Majestic Range has been used In this community for a quarter a century and still in good condition J R MOUNT CO WE K u i 1 I J oft p I i r 1 I torn taut week to the Ro Schooler a Imulilcr Mcuulnineii Fiinnlo Farra and James Clark are on IIM Rev and Mrs O P limit are Jolclng over the arrival of a sun on last Fildav Tlio Ladles Aid Society of the lisp tint reserve the date of December Hth fur a baziar Dont read tho second column on fourth page unless you are n Buoscrlb cr for tho IVNTitAt lliicoiti The friends of Mr T Pollard nro glad ho will bo well enough to return from tho Infirmary at Loulsvlllo this week Dr Win Uurnett loft Wednesday afternoon In his automobile for Shel byvlllc to see his niece who was re cently bitten by a math dog Wilson has mat return ed from Cincinnati where sho bought a saw and nptodato line of fancy embroidery patterns and floss and will bo glad to show then to her customers The Malleable Range exhibit at Ilascklon Ilru which will continue during this week Is drawing large crowd They are serving a nice lunch to nil who give them a call this week It Is H pleasure to us to learn that Sam Johnson Jr who has been In an Infirmary III Loulsvlllo for several weeks has recovered sulllclenlly to como home We wero glad to see Tastlc out Wednesday James Jones sold a house and lot on Campbell street to James Cumley of Hackloy for 800 Mr Cumley will move his family hero tho first of the year to send Ills children to our Hue school Aunt Hanna Jennings colored died at her homo In this city last Friday The burial took place Sunday ufter noon In the Lancaster Cemetery She was a highly respected woman and as site was so kind In she tied herself to many white families In the community Sale Of Land Hughes Swlnebroad and Jas I Hamilton sold for U I Swlnebroad 83 acres of land near Hryantsvlllc a part of the Dunn tams to C A WIN lard of Virginia at 10000 per acre We are glad to welcome Mr Willard to UarrarU County Hopper Wlllatn D Hopper the Infant son of Mr mid Sirs Wllilum D Hopper tiled at their homo 1323 Leo street at 815 oclock Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Hopper have a large circle of friends In this city who will deeply sympathize with them In their bereavement Charleston Gazette Tho deceased Is a grandson of Mr V D Hopper a prominent lawyer who lived hero fur many years and who has brothers and sisters still re siding here Booming Booming Every day In the week and each week In time month either brings to our city or Inquiries for houses In which to live All of this Is ilio to our school advantages our mar kets grid the best merchants In Ken lucky Why do not some men who are financially able build some fur rent They can easily bo rented to net tho owner a good pcr cent Wed as well luck the city gates us to have good men turned away wo have no houscf Wako up Wato RELIGIOUS Rev O I Hush will llll his pulpit Buckeye Sunday On account of holding a mooting at Inbble Dr Pearce will nut preach at Lancaster Sunday Kid F M Tinders subject at the turning service at time Christian church next Sunday will be Bell ilous PrejudicesSunday nightDeath bed Confession llev 0 0 prows loft Saturday to aimed tho Presbytery at Columbia Ky Ho will go from there to Howl Qroon Tuesday to attend time Synod of Kentucky Mrs Ilrown will attend time Missionary Unman at the tamo time not place Tuesday Oct 26 Dally Gospel Services at MulCendreo church Hnbblo Lincoln county com mencing above dale 1030 u m Motto of services Honor tho Word Honor the Spirit Outlook encourages fur gracious Interest A 1 1 churches fraternally welcome Oper lug days of services will bo Bible Read Ings on following Hulijeots to servo which dont forgot your own lllble bring U bring it I Tuesday 1030 a m Oct 21 Tim Savior of Nowt Wednesday Oct 27 Repentance Unto Life Thursday Oct 28 Tho Faith of Power1 Fr day Oct 0 Regeneration us Faclj Sunday Out 30 Conversion an Ex perencoi Sunday School Lesson Families mind Individuals especially and earnestly requested odevotlonnlly theso services In thulr own homes Other notice later A fruitful great crop harvest Just fathered iooi why begrudge n half day now In gratitude lulls Donor Pastor wife of the sick Fannte sickness newcomers meal upi at lug peoplenil remember rev Miss C cottages because Fishing Tho Water Works Lake will be open cd for Halting bcglnnlift Saturday Oct tbcr23 open un til A pill I 1010 those members who hayo palm dues for before fishing Hy order of Board of Directors this October 18 1009 It F P FtUbleSccty Walker Again a largo relationship Is grief and u cloud hovers over the community caused by the death of Dorcas Lcavrl Walker at the homo of her soninlaw Mr George D Robinson on morning the C7th year of her age and had been Ill but a short time death resulting from pneumonlu A crowd of relatives and friends attended the funeral services it the Presbyterian church on Tuesday at where words of comfort were spoken by llov C C Drown and Eld F M Tinder Burial followed In Lao caster Cemetsry Sweet music and abundant and beautiful floral designs In various forms wero olTered as to kens of lovo and esteem Deceased was the widow of the late Judge W E Walker who was Judge of the county court and represented Garrard county In the Legislature Sho leaves two daughters and four suns all of whom are wellknown and very Intelligent Mrs G D Robinson and Miss Nancy fur whom the deep est sympathy Is expressed over her be lug unable to reach home from her school In Virginia until after the death of her mother The sons are L L a prominent lawyer of this city Greet Clay now located In Louisville William now of Tennessee and Horace of this city With the example given them by the life of the mother and many other advantages they are use ful members of society and shining lights in the spheres In which they move llavhg decended from a long line of worthy and distinguished ancestors deceased had those elevated concep tions of the principles that should govern human action so well defined as to make her helpful In every walk where she cane In contact with oth ers The beauty of her soul was man ifested by a smile and a kind word In every condition of life Her devotion to her church and charltablo organ izations was such as to elicit univer sal admiration and It can be truly said that she will not meet her savior emptyhanded the world having been made better by her pure devoted and unselfish life The memory of her sweet life will linger with us and shed a ray of light over the moral and splr llual world as the light of the lun remains after It Is hidden from view Fur those who aro bending with bitter grief we would Implore the blessings of Providence and commend the example which her pure Chris tian life has left for them for In such life alone Is there anything perma neat and enduring May they become thoroughly Imbued with her falah spirit and her life enjoying the Inheritance of an untarnished name left by her as she departed for hh Courts of Glory Cable Robinson Tho marriage of Mr Clove Cable and Miss Mao Robinson was solem nized In tile historic old church Pleasant Grove Thursday Oct 14th tt 3 oclock Never was this church moro beautifully decorated than for this occasion The entire pulpit was it mass of golden rod and ferns und extending far on either side This bower of beauty was studded with white candles which shed their melluw light on tho bridal party nnd carried out the color scheme of yellow and whitWhen Miss Annie K Jenkins began the strains of the wedding march the ushers Mr Harry Robinson of Dan ville and Mr Frank Robinson of Uo bride led the way to the altar Time lithe Mower girls Gladys ContJi und Mao Humphrey Robinson beautifully dressed In white scattered llowurs In time brides pathway as she camu forward on the arm of her maid of honor Miss Cyrena Dunn and net her betrothed Mr Cable who came up the opposlto Isle with his best unarm Mr Edgar Dunn Bid F M Tinder In most sacred sentences made these two sue Sweet notes of Lauges Flower Song could be heard during the cermory The bride was becomingly uttlred In u traveling suit of blue bilk with hut und gloves to match Miss Dunn wore u blue tailored gown and black beaver hut Tho happy wedded pair Immediately drovo t Danville whore they took the train south enroute to their fu Havana Cuba Mr Cable U a native of Kentucky but Is n civil engineer employed by the government and stationed In Cuba Ho Is an unusually bright young man successful J business and a fuvorlts with ull whu know him Robinson has many charms and it stay well to said to know her Is to love her Cuba has Indeed pined one of Kentuckys fulreH Jewels and may tho pathway of Mr and Mrs Cable bo oyer strewn with flowers The JUcouu extends cqngratulv Vlous and boat wishes I 10011 and ref Inlng Iy r dear 1908 smith the pr eding elllli ble to A other parse fishing Hlero I respasscra n will ecl such It y4 I e In amrear ii at F rug store Ull pay dues time last Monday tho t rnoun a her rich brother turo home Notice th time years sb w ho be- prusceti P- Filibls pour stmlc en t Mrs Was In thugs Miss N filM nBIt u E i an en JL 1OR Tim Malleable Range Exhibit Wo want you to visit our range exhibits and listen carefully to oil that M said You will thou be able to appreciate tho su perior qualities of The Malleable made In South Rend twmtwmttW 1tI11 HHot otIt01Oto 2 i q G fo b NEXT WEEK IS OUR TREAT Three minute biscuits mid delicious hut coffee served by Tho Malleable Girl A beautiful cook book and useful souvenir free BEST OF ALL Tho Malleable Man who Is a range export will show you his favurltc 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 tango purchased during this exhibit you will re ceive tree a complete set of High Grade Cooking Ware worth 760 HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster entucky i g t flflflfl CflStIBwa o7tFlasuuaaala aan k School Note Mr W I Williams was with us Monday at chapel exercises and gave us an Interesting and instructive ttlk on time life of Edgar Allen Poe Tlio pupils always hear Mr Williams with pleasure He has promised to come again soon mind tell us the history of a rubberball Wo shall all eagerly await his coming Section H of the 8th grade gave the following program on last Friday after noon Cora Perkins Break Break Break Patsy Anderson Nut Guilty Talllha Bourne Auctioneers Gift Nannie U Herring Walling At the Church Eliza Todd Tho Boy and tho Brook Margaret Arnold Tlio Arrow and tho Song Young What the LIllie GM sill 1 Sadla Aiderson Look Pleasant Bradley Bourne Childhood Joys Hugh Miller Patrick Henrys Speech before the Virginia Convention Bowen Forest Primeval Music by by Bernie Lear and Mary Johnson On Monday morning the pupils of this grade and their brought In thirtyseven books which are being enthusiastically read at an hour for such reading At the close of the year these books will be returned to the owners Ilrllyn Young was selected to act as Libra flan The members of tho Excelsior fir cle of the eighth grade have begun the publication of a paper called The Excelsior Journal Mary Johnson was chosen Editor Margaret Arnold Elizabeth Collier and Mary Cloy Wil blends appointed holly Givens hams assl tant Editors Patsle Kln nalrd Bernie Lear and J C Hemp hill repoi tens and Sadie Anderson and Ector Lawson illustrators The pupils of tho 4th and 5th grades devoted one half hour on Friday after noon to Nature Study The subject for the afternoons work was The Butterfly Some beautiful specimens were brought by the pupils time story of the life of tho butterfly was read descilbtntr It from the ugly grub un til It dons the bright hued wings of the butterfly Drawings were then made by each pupil tho best ones added to the Nature study collec tion Kathleen Walter Fanny Tinder Anna Margaret Elkin and Martha Kavanaugh visited tho 4th and 5th grades on Friday afternoon Books for the library aro coming In rapidly and much Interest is being manifested D W Bridges Wll Inde use call You may hav of tlv town ail tlced that the men clothes th Is io Marx All Indebted to J C Robinson dccd will call at Tho RKCOUD of slid Vettlo 10152t i being yy o Cur y Davl- wl t old t set e 10821d4 a p ett yl vin lookhog ut mien I i due to me fact ti ftJas sell manyIlurtbchatinerk lease 11 Fi n fuel era ere a i se o w J Collie t R E envy t Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on HickoryOld WAGONSWith the strongest and lightest running WAGON on the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky i r ri IK i CENTRAL 11ECORDU- BUEI WKKKIV UuO A YKAtt F 3 HUGHES EdrPubr JTnltrtit nt tt i ntt ljt It fxinfiilfr K Member Ky Pre s Association Eighth District Publishers League Lnnonitor Ky October 22 1909 I Rates For Political Announcements Fur 1nclnctniul City Onicca 1 GOO Por County Olllccs 1000 Fir Btnte and District Onicca 1500 Fur per lino 10 For Card per hue 10 For all publications In the of Individual or oxprssslon of Individual views per lino 10 OMftwlM per line OG 1 a- IeUtCIU Nnll r end Call tr Nnbr Interest Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M C Smiley Fur CommunwuiiUli Attorney Chas A llurdln Fur State Senator It L Hubble Fur Keprcsentutlvo J O llujtlc For Circuit Clerk AY D Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J V Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Dullard For School Superintendent Miss Jen For Jailer Jack Adams Fur Atscssor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 Logan Ison Fur Magistrate 1 J P Bourto For Coroner henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS I To the of Oarrard county 1 am the Republican nomi nee for County Attorney and ap preciate yuur support 13 O Vfo are authorized to announce James R Henry us a candidate for Magistrate In RucUeye district num ber fiulijeui to the dictates of no political party Democratic Rally About three miles from city halt a tulle from the Danville road is a place on Dlxs River familiarly known as Cat Hole Bend on account of It being a good fishing point No truer democrats or better people live than those In that section On last Saturday they had a bountiful dinner near the liver and about 150 voters who know the Importance ut electing the democratic ticket and perpetual lag the principles of iqual nights to all and eicluflve privileges to none partook of their hospitalities Words of cheer and confidence In the suc cess of the entire ticket were ex pressed by everybody Several of the nominees on the county ticket and Judge MC Saulley present and received assurances of heaty support Though this goes without saying as they are true to their party and realize that they are solemnly obligated to support the nominee They will not be lead astray by personal consldera onus the love of money or by any foreign to the party principle Alter dinner several were called for speeches Joe E Robinson made a rallying speech und Introduced Judge Saulhy who spoke at sure length In his usually ckqiient and attractive Btraii John N VVI lpe welcomed the crowd on behalf of his m Unborn A U Brown Jr anti fqi ire R Uojl an uwerod repeated cal K and npokd along lines continent i h the occasion making earliest appeals fur the stip put of every democratic nominee In fact It was an oldfashioned democrat ic love feast tree from file Ion or dis turbance of any Uld and the boys will all votudcmociutloon November second Those who were familiar with the life and Judge VUllluin Lindsay and who realize bilUltnt achievements U Jui hit and u states mar regret excuec Jugly to hear of his death at Frankfort on last Friday A leader in State and National legls Jail and u learned judge of the ap pellate court his brllll nit career will ho remembered by lhu attorneys of Kentucky und uiij lilntr States The Herald printed bills Tuesday announcing speaking dates Judgo Uernctw Judge Cardwoll and other Republican candldatex When Judgo Baull y uvts on their trail ho will settlor them like they wore a flock of crows Rut we think Judge Saulley should nut Interfere with thU aggre gallon fur the iiiuro they spank tho larger will he the Democratlo major ity Hurrortabiirk Ilerald Ve refer with pride to the tact that our subscription list U still grow Ing rapidly and we hope tu be able to advocate those and princi pies thttt will ulwayi Insure public up pruval Merchants should tako no Lice that advertisement In the RBC OHO lUll now read by several hundred moro pcoplo than they wore a tow months HJJO and business men Imvo awakened to the ra portance of and a nle IJIlllllns lllstrlct No Ills i I T cllura t rot lilt In for a hurao lnUruhayy y r c ev a i j were issue I interests F I generally roars h on toot tn raise stock nrid purchase properly No ono should re fuse tu aid In thin matter and save thousand of dollars to tliocomniunlty Tho tervlco of the L ft N Rnllrond I It all that can bo denlrcrl Wo and West and wo como front Loulft vlllo tn Lancaster It three louts nnd fourteen tulmilos a dluancoof 113 miles Do you know that DnivHIo Nlch olasvllle Richmond Stanford and have concrete sidewalks mid that Lancaster still has soma of c rough rock and sunken brick Wo Offal a moro dlnicult question limn How old was Ann It it this Did Cook or 1eary either go tu tho North Poll The BedRock of Success lies In a keen clear brain backed by Indomitable will and resistless energy t Such power comes from tho splendid health that DI Kings Now Life Pills Impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmon Llzcmorc W Va writes They urn the best pills I ever used 2So at R E McRuhcrts 1m Communicated Tile following lettjr nas heels to lion John F Lancaster Ky RnpubiMii nomiico for the SIxtySHVcnth Lf lliUlve District nod also to Mr J W Bogle Lancaitir Kv Democratic nominee fur the same dlitilct Olllco of time AntiSaloon League of Ky 45 Konvon Bldg Louisville Ky Dear Sir You havebeen honored by your party with nomination for the above ofllcf am willing to all nominees for Legislature to kindly state tip publication In the local what will be their attitude If towards the i Unit copy of which is enclos cd Imvo the goodness to you In advance for your courtesy and trusting that you will bo able tu give assurances which will bo In line with the sentiment of the vast uiajoilty of the voters of the Stile that measure I am Respectfully yours T S Buckingham Acting Supt Kentucky AntiSaloon League A second letter was also sent to Mr J W Bugle and there no re sponse Mr John F Marsee as fol Dear Sir In reply to of August 24 In regard t my lulludc It elected I desire tfc sa e that I am In favor of the Dill do all 1 can to se cure its It there lifnythlng I can do for you please me Yours truly signed John F Marsee T S Buckingham Acting Supt AntiSaloon League of Kentucky Louisville Ky Oct Oth 1009 Educatonal Meeting The Teachers Association In the Magisterial District number three will be held at Freedom church near October 23rd The following teachers will discus the following subjects The Value of a Normal School Train log Miss Margaret OHearn Dlscllp line In school Miss Bessie Oulley Primary reading Hen drcn The best way to secure attend ance Miss Mao Broadus The Respon sibility of Teacher and Mary A Barr A Teachers Calling rise Necessary UiqulretuentR Miss Sue Hlgglns What the Rural School lacks being Ideal Miss Mao Scott Prof J U Booth of the Normal School at Richmond will address ut his subject being Time Outlook Rev J T Stamper of Burboursvlller will glue a lecture on What Cornet lutes a well rounded education lion J E Robinson of Lancaster and lawyer O P Jackson of Richmond will sqeukto us on the vital of today Some other prominent speakers ate expected W A Wheeler Vice Pres Rabbit and Squirrel Season Closed The closed season for the hunting of rabbits and squirrels Is now on and It Is against the law to kill these animals from now until till beginning of the quail season on November 15 law governing these was passed for tho purpose of affording pro tectlon to quail during the two months Immediately preceding the ex piration of the clusud season Some hunters take advantage of the oppor tunity offered tor other game and kill quail while supposed to bo hunting rabbits and squirrels Wo regret lust space prevents us from printing time program In full of the Teachers Association at Carters vine last Saturday which Mr Jesse llalrd the secretary was kind enough to send in The association was to order by the Vice President M8 J A Arnold and u largo crowd at tended although many teachers thought It would nut convene until later und were not there Thinking that our cushaw had gluon out Mr J I Doty presented us with tho largest pumpkin we have seen this year also a largo basket of Nonesuch and Pippin apples that would take the premium at any fruit show Mr Doty says ho has at least 800 bushels of these apples He cer Ululy U a lucky man have cuunecllun North South MI Vernon MAr ec tI lb ext newspap s el wd II win y u deUne you O1ll1lu- nThankl a wered lowsMr T S uckingha Loulsvll Ky your etter towards th Cot ty Unit JJlII II III pas a comn nd Nina Miss Allie E PJr lIt Mis anIma I e good Fast sent County R towards has been Tit called rnar li 4 i t t 9 WAUen HUDSONS LETTER M- Cotttltmttl lau A very Interesting but ordinary cutouts on tho ranchis time btutlng of bronchus by the Indian A herd of them Is driven Into the corral where ono of them Is lassoed and led out on tho plain Hero ho is blindfolded and a rope U securely lied around glith v Two Inciting on horses get on tiller side to hold him whllA a third inounlH him grasping with hU hands lllo rope under which he pushes his knees Tlio blindfold and away allot thorn go yelling across the valley until a Lit of ginger Is taken out of tho broncho Time last day of July and wo had neither received any mull nor had heard a word from tho outildo world That afternoon Mr Campbell with Dr Gilbert and Dr Jonex two San t DloLo dentists came tramping tutu tho ranch house They had come trout San Diego In an automol Ih to within live miles of tho house where ktepncs8 of the road down time mnunlklu compelled them to stop The next tnorrlng early 1 rude to the machine and found a package of six teen letters for myself which I toad while riding hack They were enjoyable you may be sure Then bctran time preparation for time deer hunt which wo were to take up among tho pines on tho San Pedro Martin mountain rouge To begin the mules the range nod shod line shoeing of a horse or on a ranch whore they run wild for a good part of the year h Inter sting often times exciting One horse was partly broncho and could be approached only care Each tore toot in turn was tied up under him and shod But when a hind toot was up he began bucking futiouMy lo was finally thrown and by tho time 10 was shod bU head had been tied beam both tore feet to one hind tout to a post In front of him the other to a pot behind him Ills r Was bleeding one eve was neatly out and his hips so badly strained that necessary to turn him out cooking utenslU sleeping ball and guns were set In order for an surly departure on the follow Inn morning Then it was that wo saw a of packing When we had gene two or three miles across time valley the first Incl l dent woithy of note took place Tomos the Indl tn guide was bucked T and dragged about thlity yards by l broncho which Immediately ran i tf arid covered twentylive miles be tutu he was lassoed Thereupon one of the pack mules became and took light scattering his cargo all over the valley Nearly a half day was consumed In getting tbo caravan of ten mattes In motion again Parts of the trail up tbo mountains were exceedingly steep and alRlcult At one place one of tho pack mules fell over backwards and neatly rolled over Dr Jones who bdng u sturdy pillar of time Clu I tInn church so far forgot himself In hU excitement and fright as f sling u very bad appllca tloc at mule For hlsoutburstof indignation heat once apologized and promised not to do It At night the mules were hobbled and a bell tied around the neck of one so Tomas could easily locate him the following morning The third day found us on t ip of the San Pedro range covered with nag nlllcent spruces fire and pine The average altitude on top Is 10000 feet the highest peak being 11200 feet It it cool even in the summer there Is likelihood of frost N ally the whole of the Ihkt afternoon was spent the Utld glassop Time view Is the most magnificent I have ever seen I understand that a wilily travelled scientist who was there stated that In extant It Is surpassed by only one oth er In the world Standing i i one pUco I was able to see with the naked eye the Pacific Ocean one hundred nnd tlfiy mils lu the the Oulf ot Ca Iforiilt twentylive miles ti the East uid the state of Sonora Mexico on the other side delta of irudo flyer to the Northeast and mountains In California und Art runs one hundred and llfty mile to the North Niagara Full or the Grand Canyon of the Yaliwstone are As Mr Campbell expresses It It Is Indescribable and were It would be unbellevat Mr Campbell guaranteed deer So It was with u feeling of contidenco that he Dr Junes and I started out together the first morning The en joyment of riding among the giant bull pines with the air fiutlldanlly cool to bo bracing was lean tell Its echoes as 1 It Within an hour Dr Jones shut a Urge buck Attar dressing It and lying It on hU orals ho started for camp A taw mlnulos later It began lo ruin Mr Campbell and I were under some pines seeking shelter from time rain when wo saw a buck run across the valliy Into some willows lining an arroyo out of sight I put spurs to my mule and In mlnutM saw htm stand lug directly at me stopped dismounted tired und down ho wool Then we started fur camp only a coupla of uill away It was si 111 rain lug and I was leading my mule with the deer In the saddle Before going two hundred yards I sow tire In u bunch run up time side of a hill In front of ui Leaving the mule with Mr Campbell followed andlq live minutes taw the bunch I shot ono and could have klled two or three more but I had all I wanted Then I went up to the one I had shot which was I on tho ground apparently dead 1 set my gun down and i Before doing so pow ever 1 turned around and culled to Mr Campbell to bung bo mule up m I I OCt It lifted came unusually were litres up oft with tied lo- a R post The grub sclentlUc exhibition exrtcd time ugsla the eullrn the not nearly so Impre he and awesome It lilt illSI a few I IIi prepared to from creek hid imo nuts it was unfoutunate west recall looking dress e n deer While I was soiling I leant n m lie behind tno mind Inokl U around I saw to my amazement limo deer that I had runnlilg off 1 rut over and picked up tny sari just did Kara time lo drop tho deer bofoto It was out of Mtfht By noon wo were In camp nod I had neon blue deer that morning Dr Gilbert and Sch came In ut dusk each hating shut a deer Limo Schwartz didnt got his III next morning whoa Toman tracked amlfouml It fur him Our appetites woro ferociously keen su yon may immnglno with what rapi lily venison dhappeard The next day wo jerked tho vcnlion which lit done by cutting It Into thin strips and hanging It out to bo dited by the SUP Tho lends were prepared for the taxidermist by removing the skins and nailing them und taking meat from tins skull limo brains were saved for tanning the lilies and sumo of the feet we kept for MUll rack All day we wore busy attend ing tu tho deer mind that somo comical remarks Innocently made Dr GllbertWhcro Is my hldeV Dr Jones Hanging upon a limb Schwartz Whoro did you throw my fctt Dr Gilbert In tho sack Mr Campbell Doc where In your head Doc 1 dont know Dr Jones Has anyone semi my bruin Schwartz I think not We had all tho deer wo wanted for while so Dr Gilbert mid I took our kodaks and hunted deer for their pic turn Wo took quite a number but as you see they du not show up well as they were too far away Tomes culled Tomas el because he Is humorously Inclined unusual Indian lie would grunt and laugh at every thing that wassail or dour At sight ho would set fire fallen pine and sleep as near as com tort would allow Ho would take all the albs of one hide of a deer Insert the end of a long stick Into them them over the coals and theta eat all enough for half a dozen ordl nary famlllef With what sort of di gestive organs his anatomy was en dowed we could only wonder Mr Campbell had bad him sent to Jail fur three for stealing sumo of ills cattle but apparently ho seemed to think It was the only natural thing to bo done and came back to go to work himDr Tomas and I spent two days hunting mounttln on the eastern bluff of the range where there s almost a sheer drop of 8600 feet Dr Gilbert and I each carried a canteen of water a light coat and a rifle of course Tomas carried I he kodak time Held glasses and the grub consisting of tortillas jerky raisins and coffee ready mixed with penoche Mexican cane cngur The climbing among the cliffs as we stood on a ledge a few In ches In width with the place whcro we would land It we tell hundreds of feet below was thrilling In the ex treme That night we passed In u can yon We built two fires and placed some boughs on the ground between them a bed You may DO certain that our rifles were not far away for It was not Improbable that we would receive a call from some of the moot Hans whose home we were Invad Ink Coming out of the canyon we saw seven sheep sianding on time edge of a cliff several hundred yards above us but they scampered oil unharmed The deer were sufficiently numer ous to have permitted our killing u good many had we been to Inclined However when we had enough treat meat wo hunted with the kodak only We returned at the end of two weeks to the ranch whence Swariz left for Sun Dlcgu In the machine wllh the two doctors I remained to gu to a lower rungs of mountains out on desert In quest of time object of my irlp u big horn sheep As you know all animals are endow ed with sumo moans of protection from ihelr enemies Mountain shoe depend upon their ability to cllin cliff so Inaccessible that nothing elte ran follow them out noun their warst enemy the mountain lion This tact makes the hunting fur them extreme ly dillloull and sometimes dangerous Their heads are Imposing and hand some The day Is out fur distant when It will he impassible to get ono III the United Stales at any tuft Fur these three reasons the head of the big horn Is a much prized trophy Taking this Into consideration I to time desert fully decided not to return without a sheep Mr Campbell Juan a Mexican boy nicknamed Kugle dye which Is explanatory two pack mules an extra homo In case of an emergency or ac cident and I composed the outfit Two days were consumed In getting to the sheep country tho must o which wasspcntln crossing the desert rime bout was terrific and water was lo be found In only three places sac of which was a natural basin or In time rocks where the rain water and remained In Itweremyihds o Insects Carrying It In our canteens suspended from the saddle horn It be coins so hot as to almost burn the lips There was little satisfaction to thirst Time desert otters two striking peen liarities In respect to Its animal am vegetable life Nearly every form vegetation is covered with thorns such an the cactus and nearly species of unltnul life mire uolvonoui such as centipedes aruiilularn Qllu monitors scorpions und rattlesnakes It produces In ono a vlerd sensation to Blind on a ulountaln and look down upon time desert The artist who Il Danloa Inferno would nu doubt the night of It It lit simply hellish The lust night In camp I stooped over to pick up the coffee put near the tire und broly inltsed closing my tin upon a healthy looking tarantula CONTINUED I w h flout W o r n Collled len lo- a she p for tank tell germ r vY rr ruler arts s ime lean years tam s lit stunted sal U ul of 0 P t t b Feeding Farm Hindi Kvorjr fnrmora wife knows what Ire rncndoui appetites farm load usually Gut while they eat well they work well too Heros n good suggestion about toed Ins tons hands Qlvo thorn plenty of Quaker Oats A big dish of Quaker Oats porridge with sugar and cream or milk U tho greatest break taut In tho world for n man who needs vigor nnd strength tar n long days work Tho man that eats Quaker Oats plentifully and often Is tho man who docs good work without excessive fa tlgue There Is n sustaining quality j In Quaker Oats not found In other j foods sad for economy It li at the head of tho list Besides tho packages Qimkor Oats Is packed In largo also family packages with and without china 6 Fruit and Ornamental Garden on application Agents H Sons Lexington Kentucky Cream Vermifuge I I EXI rd and Cot ag F tazzst HJTES i 1 ave regularize tor Or Lawn THE n 11 InII RE fJ E I GU1g191EED- I tiCt L THE ClliUTiENS FAVOiiTE TONIC ctwUc or iMiTtnnNi Tilt CHIUIIlt PimAKtD CHIT Ot LInIment Co- OT XOUIO MO McRoberts Drug Store For Sale Having sold CO acres of top unimproved land 1 will sell privately my Improved land ut 40 acres at per ucre 12 miles East of Winchester oa the Iron In Clark county Ky It Is also near the L fly I mile from church H miles from grist mill shop store school house etc It has about 10 acres ofjftrgln soil 2 acres broke and put this and 28 acres been cultivated for moro the 12 years Improve menu ut a house of nine rooms 1 tobacco barn 1 stock barn that U hold 2 acres of tobacco cistern at dour meat house lien house and all other necessary out buildings Good orchard just been bearing 2 years House has been newly covered and pointed rime farts Is watered by an spring also well fenced For further Information call on or write J Wheeler Allen Winchester Ky R No 2 Home phone 8033 Enst Tennessee 02 101541 GEO W ALLEN When Sick Women suffering from head ache backache inside or nervousness or any other resulting from female trouble should get Cardul and use It regularly Cardul has been found thousands of ladles to relieve female weak ness by restoring to health the weak womanly organs L I h ubacco nut sun Is III G e I R aliment Batlard Snow aB- r Mrs F S Mills Murletta Calif tried Cardul and writes- I dont think anyono can recommend a medicine more highly than I can Cardul 1 had a mishap followed by In flammation I positively bo hove I would havo died had It not been for Cardul When I begot taking It I could not stand on my feet After two bottles I was cured and I now weigh 165 pounds Try will help you Sold everywhere WANTED tak- Ing CardulIt E45 Poultry and Eggs Highest price raid for Poultry FRESH EGOS 2 Dots dozen Good Coal and Salt for cash Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber Northcott oboe IL B1 r THE Garranl Bank Trust Co iNCOIirOIUTKI Capital Stock 5000000 R H MekOlWRTS 1rest J C Kubankit t Vice 1rcs K I Uttrlon 2 Vice Pres J W 1JUIORU Cashier I V ft a n A ut It I Klkln Hook Keeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank HAVE NOTHING EXCEPT Everything You Need FOR BUILDING Lancaster Lumber Mfg Go 1 tjj f 11 t l J rf r CHIt ler I i 1 L t f1li iiiIii 4 t- f Y y LtuvunHtat rKy r 4- t1 t i a- WE 1 Fy rF THE National Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A Hr riciMcat J E STOHUES Viet Irctl J V Koblnson AMt Caulir- H T Kuibry uiurxrruita Saml D Cochran Alex It Denny A O Robinson John K HUirmrt S C Denny J Wllilnnm S c Clahr Gill W DEAN lEN Y nmok keeper L We wish to say to the public that hasnt been open regular for somo tinio but will bo opened every Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTOKS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO n TEE FOX STt1DIO I 4 Here we go heel and toe Rundown heels toe make the youngsters shoes go quickly Try Shoes Extra heavy tips extra solid what Theres in every pair I ut Brown r j Buster heels wear BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES JrFor oUl1iterL50to250 SHOESFOR MEN Youll Get i J i ot There is More Comfort it in Q of White House Shoes than In other shoo you could buy J SallafaelionuJ k- I f Y rf 1t Actual because they are built on scientific lines of correct foot form which meant foot comfort White house Shoes fit tho feet snugly without cramping and cover a largo range of styles and lasts This gives every one Just the style ho wants and at a popular price White House Shoes White House Shot for Men for Women 350 500 300 400 Kentucky Drills Vulcan Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A complete lino of furnituro and atovoa on installment plan Heat 28 guago rod iron 3 crimped rooting nt 1316 a square We want all your products at highest market price Becker Ballard GQ Bryantsvlllet Kentucky f ret J r1 t t t W 1- I n Jlr Plows vY jGossip About People e A Rrlil Mention et Comlngi and Oolnji Iff Thou Wi Ate In Mrs 0 T berth Is In Jolllco on a vIMt F P Ftlablo was In Loulsilllo this week James T inn was In Lexington lot week M F wife are visiting relatives hero lion n II Tomltnion was In Derea Saturday on business J W Sweeney lain Milwaukee vli Illnu his slater Mrs Hoelntf- Wlllli Kennedy of Richmond was a vMtor In our midst Saturday Ml Rebecca Ulco of Richmond It tbo guest of the Ultscs Francis Mrs Charles Ilurd of Leitiigton U tllllmt Mr II F 1atton land family MlwEitrll Welker h In Fills City a visit to Dr and Mri Frank Wai kcr M ISH Irene Romans has been with her friend Miss Lavlsa llarrli for a vl HMr and Mri James Bhopshlre of Cynlhhna are guests of Elder F M Tinder Mrs Mirtha Terrill of Richmond Is thin guest of her sIster Mrs Sue Lcavcll Mrs 11 A little daughter Aiujr of Georgetown are the uucsti of Mr Clay Button Mr Charley Long and bride of Richmond were guests last week of Miss Minnie llrowu- Mm Walker Uurnnlde of Richmond was the guest Friday of her aunt U RlKtiey Mr Swlncforlh of Cynthlnna was an Intircstcd l ltiir In the tobacco In barest here Saturday was In Danville a portlun of week wltb her sister Mr Gsluep Mrs George Hallow of Richmond wm with her mother Mrp Kdua Fran cl4 for a vl It nf several days Mm Lewis Francis of Richmond won tiara Tuesday to attend the funer al and burial of Mrs Dorcas Walker To the pleasure of RW McRobcrU Mlm Miritarnt Bugle of ML Sterling visited the Mlwcs Mount this week The Embroidery Club was enter Ulnod at the htwpluible home of Situ tiophronli Fix tut Friday afternoon Judge and Mrs Ilolrosn nee Mrs Rosa liruwn Crow of Indiana were here fur n visit to the parents Mr and Mrs A II Brown Sr Doctors James 11 Klnnalrd J M y Gilbert were In at tendance at the Medical Conrtulhn In LoultxlllJ the first of thU wetfk Mr and ln Charles Oolll r and 11 tu hun JamiB have returned to their home la MHdlesboro after a vU U to Mr and Mrr James U Oilier Mr Ed Wetter who baa been In LouUvlllo under specll medical treatment will return home tlih week Wo are itl ul that I in U Im proved Messrs Ed and N U Price a duck supper FiMuyovenlnu In honor of Dr and Mr A d IMee who left thU Wednesday Instead of last for their now homo In Stanford Messrs Wm Walker of Jelllco Green Clay Walker rf Louisville and Miss Nancy Walker of Randolph Ma at Lynchburg Vu were called homo by the death of their mother Mm Dorcas Walker ItUCKUVE Mr and Mrs Mai Carter were guests o Mr and Mrs Hob Long Sunday Mrs Vista Cute and children from Illinois are visiting relatives near this Mr and Mrs J W Brown visited rclutlveH at Duoua Vista Sunday and Monday Miss Nora Long of Cottonburg via tied Mr Cora Mutton part of last week Mr It I Burton and wife and For eat Stapp and wife attended the trots ut Lexington last week Mrs J O Ruule and two children have returned from a pleasant visit to liar parents In Morelund Hubert and Earl Carter visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs Jim 1ra ther of Lancaster Sunday T O Hill purchased from James With his rcMdence mid one hundred and eleven acres of laud fur 111185 Mr Cecil Droaddu has recently Hold Ills liouso und lot containing one and one half acres to Sale Hurt Jr unknown A Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns Its doers Thats why the American people have crowned Dr KlnuN New Discovery the King of Throat and remedies Every atom ls a health force It kills germ and colds and lagrlppe vanishes It membranes and coughing stops Sore Inflamed Won dual tubea and lungs are cured and hrmnrrage cease Dr Qeo More writes U cured mo of lung trouble pronounced hope lea by all doctors 6001100 Trial butte free Guaranteed by R B Mo r L I the V t1 Elkin and f l l Dawes and t W Curl I Currey tat D t fc t 4 tt Act 11111IId J i Ir cundl j gave rI con t pIco paid ln Lung lIIack Jack N 01 tublrts r I I f r srl 1 on ant Mrs Mk Flther p r l litters his College Y i Inc o her at ttr r b a t 7rr S 4 its p heal cuugh racked rt W- tA k OAUTEHHVILLK Little Cephas Rcdwlno li very sick at this writing Brother Jordan preached an Inter est Inn sermon Sunday morning Mr Mike Jennings to Illl nols whore ho v1 1 stay until Christ masHer H F Jordan and wife of Cor bin wore Mtors at this place Satur day and Sunday F Jennings will leave Tues day for Fort Worth Texas to sea her son Rev William Mrs Elit Conn and faulty have morcd train Iillnolito this place where they will make their home Tho putties bolow hero who gather chestnuts havent much re spent for tho Cartersvlllo people as they Lava gone Into the orchard and cutand broken up the persimmon and chestnut trees If our people wore to their orchards and destroy their trees as they havo dono ours they would prosecute w PAINT LICK Mm W O Mays has returned from Richmond Mr and Mrr E L Woods spent Sunday In Reran Dr Patrick went to Louisville and returned Tuesday The ladles of tho Methodist church lore will have au oyster supper soon Date later Mr J D Uurchell Is spending soy oral weeks with her daughter Mrs Ullncr at Junction City Mr A H EUrlduo sold to Mr Hulchlns a live acre lot tat 11600 Mr IIu tcli Ins will build a residence on the lotMisses Stella Marino and Loula Mo Whorter have returned to school at Richmond after a visit to their par cuts here Mr Parker Gregory sold his coal business and scales ta Mr WO Parks of Lowell Oscar Parks will run the coal business Misses Nancy Lowroy of Jessamine and Elizabeth Scott who are attend ing school at Richmond havo been the guests of Mrs J Walker In getting a buggy last MIL Margaret Rennlclc fell and fractured her ankle bone The accident Iscauslng her much sulTerlng Rev S M Carrier was again sent by conference as pastor of Walnutto Methodist church This Is his third year and hit congregation welcomes him back Mr W II Feltner was summoned to his homo last Wednesday by the critical Illness of his mother who before bo reached home Mr teltners many friends sympathize with him In lU loss and sorrow The concrete fever Is ran In In our community Mcsari R M Lear R N Rcazley A H Estildgo and plhers are having walks made Hurnam Rucker havo put down two concrete floors for handling coal BAKERS HCIIOOr HOUSE Hen Evans teaches the district school now Chestnuts aro ripe and there Is a bountiful yield Wallaceton people have big prayer meeting every Wednesday night Persimmons In abundance In fact hlckorynuts walnuts beech nuts and acorns to spare Thin Baptist are holding a successful revival atCartcrsvlllo Elders Bryant and the Fire Escapes Public schools hold up well hero at this reason when In most districts there Is a falling oft when frost fulls The corn crop Is short on account of the drouth and nun productive ad Hut plenty cf mast fur Christ toss Your correspondent has been hero tour months drinking mineral water and living on good viands and hattnt heard of a death lu the time In this section The birth averages about 2 per week James Wylie half way between tho two villages ruts a sorghum mill and dues custom grinding and evaporating fur 18 cents per gallon and makes the best irolasscs that any boy over licked oil of u cornstalk paddle The people In the extreme South Eastern part of Garrard county are a libertyloving Independent class A little remote from their county seat Lancaster but they get there all the same especially to pay their taxes and subscribe for their county paper Fewer men on the delinquent list from hero than any other part of old Gar rurd county The CttNTiuir RECOUP Is read hero more than any other paper and people seem to like It more and more Your correspondent overheard It discussed not long since ono pumpkinpusher said what do you want to see tho Lancaster piper for there Is nothing In It The other man retorted by saying yes that Is what we all say after wo read It but wo are never sat Istled until wo get It If we have to borrow It Pumpkin pusher No 1 wilted fur lie was a well known paper flood who was never known to sub tcrltp but always on tho Shaking Up may all be very well BO tat as the trusts are concerned but not when It cornea to chilli and fever and ma lotto Quit the quinine end take a real cure Uallardn Herblne Lon tain no harmful drugs and Is an rain as taxes Kit doesnt cure get your money back Sold by R R 1 hAS gone Mrs given out of Phelps aru 1 c r lw C comet to- go Sunday Gum Wednesday diet rate borrows you MoaubU ll IIUKNA V18TA Jack Duncan who hiss been quite III Is convalescing Henry Ruble attended tho trots at Loxlngtin last week A T Scott bought of Virgil Scott ono Jersey cow for llfi Gen Smnlley Ilea moved his family to their property on tho Lexington pikeMr Tom Poly cf Ft Worth Ark visited his uncle J W Asklns and family Will and Mark Jennings shipped a car load of hogs and butcher stuff to Cincinnati tills week Jill Alice Scott student at Stito University spent Saturday and Sun day with her parents Mrs Frank Rogle of Lexington was a recent visitor at her mothers Mrs Elizabeth Isons Five or six carloads of hogs have been shipped from here to Cincinnati within tho last ten days Nearly every tobacco crop In this section lira been sold ti Lancaster parties Prices ranging from It to 13 centA protracted meeting will begin at tho Presbyterian church Monday November 8th Wo are unable to atita at present who will usslt tho pastorMr and Mrs Oeo Tracy of have come to make their homo with Mrs Amond Lane Mr Tracvs sister Mr Tracy Is In falling health and It Is hoped country life will be bcnetlclal fho teachers of this district held their Association here Saturday It was a Whittler meeting each teacher present read or recited something from this poet after which The lluskers was read critically STONE Mr Lynn Cobb sold a house and lot near Stone to Mr Harve McCulley 1050Mr Hicks sold a horse to Mr Odus Naylor for 145 A T Sanders bought of Llgo Me Million ono calf for Mrs Llzzlo little son John of Uryantsvllle wero the guests of Mrs Mary A Sanders and family loUt week Mr Charley Homm and wife ot Hy attsvllle were the guests of her sister Sirs Walter Payne Sunday L L Sanaera and family of Crab Orchard were visit irsot Stone Sat urday night and Sunday Mm Eliza McMllllon was the guest of M A Sanders Friday R II Preston was In Danville vii Ming his brother Mr Tevls Preston the llrst of the week Mr Norman Grow wife and lltle daughter were guests of Mr C W Mitchell of Nlcholssvlllo last Satur day and Sunday Rev W F Mutt of Lexington tilled his regular appointment at Scotts Fork Saturday night and Sunday tllflhtly Colder with Snow When vou see that kind of a weath er forecast YOU know that rheumatism weather Is at hand Get ready for It now by getting a bottle of Bollards Snow Liniment Finest thing made for rheumatism chilblains frost bite sore and stilt joints and muscles all aches and pains 25c 60c and a bottle Sold by R E McRoberts1m AIlKSBUltr Mr J K West of Lancaster was a visitor of Mrs Sutton aDd family ono day last week MI8803 Pattlo Belle Burke and Eliza beth Bryant went to Danvlllo Friday afternoon to visit Miss Inez Coleman Mr J M Eager and wife vlslt d Mrs Human Ledford on Buckeye pike Saturday and Sunday Miss Elizabeth Bryant Is taking a business course with Miss Dove liar ris at Danville Mr Bob Routwhoso Illness was pro noticed typhoid fever by his physician was carried to tho homo of his parent Mr and Mrs M F Rout near Lox ington last week Rev Shouse went to tho Grove Sat urday to till his regular appointment at that place A most remarkable case of modern times Is the 17 year old son of a wealthy tamer living In an ajolnlng county who has never been to school a day In his tits at tended a circus or a fair and has not oven been out of his native county only In company with his father a very tow times and yet this young man Is educated in tho strictest souse and his general bearing bespeaks culture and refinement The use such severe dis cipline with your Ills reply 1 du nut want my son to learn tho ways of tho world Monty In to A A Chlsolm of Trcadwell N y now Ills reason Is well worth read ing Fur a long time suffered from Indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness and general debility he writes 1 couldnt sleep had no ap petite nor ambition grew weaker ev ery day In spite of all medical Then use Electric Bitters Twelve bottles rcstojed all my old time health and vigor Now I can at tend to business every day Its a wonderful Infallible for Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves 60o at R K McRoberts 1m Subscribe for Record I Louisville 11276 Burgess end U U Margaret 11uerya8to son Comes treatment medicine I anus evening afternoon p all whY wa Bunch bctlVf than any 6c cigar made 10 1 We will buy all of the good yoi can bring us HUKTtciii Vr Ib I have 200 bushels of hill onions for said at UC6Vr bu be kwll lrt 101lT W E For Sale The Mercantile Co It Hyuttsvlllo Ky For Sale Two houses and lute In Paint Lick Ky g n Henry Beazley Fur Lick Kentucky j Old Furniture For Sale 10222t Miss Fannie Bishop Save 25 to 60 per cent on new line of shoes at patent a you 60 per cent All shoes cut to cost to close out stuck 0 D Powell St 8 Per cent Money Will loon In sums of 1000 ormore real If you to mnko application 025tf G B Swlnebroad I Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against Robert M West deceased arc hereby and u Williams at Lancaster Ky George H Robinson Executer of Robert M West dcod 108Ot Mrs Mary Jennings and Miss Katie of Arcolu Mrs Manuulo Ray and family Fiidity Mrs Murlnh tansy and Elvoree Carter vlUcd Mrs Flor unto Ballard of Bryuutsvllle from Friday until Monday Oilman tile little three year son of Mr Jesse Simpson n tow ago took u notion to climb soup so ho begun on a small shed room and climb ed 25 toot When ho was toted by his toothier he was tilting on tho comb of the barn The little follow hud to bo coaxed down The Time to Pout A great Fruueh chef used to say to those customers who pratsod his din lover boast of having Ulnod well till the next day Frightful Fate Averted I would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut my knee cap writes Frank Dlsbcrry Kulllhcr without Bucklena Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infulllublo fur wounds cuts and bruises It soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Bolls Skin Eruptions WorldH bust for Illea 85o U E MuRoborU liu YOULL FIND IT COLUMN u loll he8tof d epiniil ihe I s dill ward robe hen ss e n IV other pieces of furnR re her sister nor I ylwar r IN TIIIS Cuullalnyllnrltrnbtht lerfelltA- C II fn suythl You eeryor you bl 1 rsh c it flsl very h day anti Jalur at 1 Ik ion 1l I kin me it you 1 eat at ratl Son receive frost read Imr Eacite r 1 olstr for epee Jud unde tho a uok- I ant f Ct t L wn ova rail fish sv pay highest cash prlc for all prod e 1016 1 N urn ihono Op- on el i n kin y at- dl n a car11 erlel cu- Ora as lory Cruni Ice and Oyster alur L I ip- 10222t alt for o blaJes Itun op- Ong1 wee Ii V I u i IL it bl 16E o- W tq t yo uy u eat rom J1 Toth r SunY Vs r ten or 10222t- We ill ha w11ac ou ut IC you w nt I n c c w t- It eau iv Chas Balerleln- C ha ho f us I d C s Flu r I do I P Tr t It S D rner lone 100- Fu Rent uonIS ccupled by J- A Ue W I be t d cos- e J Storlae Wqwill give 18 cents per p nd for yeTcountn 1016 2t S rnC Irene 100 Dun fu thin ajest Range openin cek N t 0 b- 1015It It unt t- Inds pan u Cl 1111 igar sm c reel ns 11 r n Go tuB hurt aslor on Depot et cet d e S a eggs II 10U 10 lu butter 1 uer spot t 1 Ph 00 l0 16 t 1 Lan a whit ua le l dad Muss tone 3M On dwell g outo d at e r a This sou of t o a l e tyn 1n lariat only t r tl e South n be g her f nlu to rice end term apply t O ml r 116 5it l Ira a were h 1 sale e Pow s B st 116 e3 0 a gl ou the fin eh idl0 s ers asst nnurtgag state will nc t uu ley t lh s fall o the pat the yc uo R o fiat nett Cd to v y elr claims accord log I I fib heat before Nuvem r 15th lU wl me Dam i Icy or with In ttrIlUy V Loyd daughters old- s days Ill Silo fib 0 re n r WHAT HAD SHE LOOKED FOR Perhaps Engaged Dirt Wanted to Have Something Serious to For viva Her Fiance You hnvo never told me anything timidlyArealized Unit although they had been engaged nearly a month he had cor thinly been negligent In that direct I suppose I ought to say something about It ho said Iromlso to toll mo all Do you mean that Everything Ho cliuned hor hands Tio crisis had come neAred ho said Ill mako a clean breast of It Of course 1 realize that It hnd to come Still Oo on I 1vo led n pretty hard llfo I goose In college there was a tlmo when 1 didnt do much but buck the Well Its playing poker mostly I got In tho holo pretty deep Theo of course I had my nil of drinking ca rousing lato I broke loose at last You I had to but It was pretty fierce Did you Well partly Then I had love at fairs thcro were so many of em you know that It didnt matter I was dropped onco then I braced through I spun around a little after that until I got to playing the ponies Playing the pontea Yea rnco track you know Bet ting on horses Dut thank heavens I saw tho folly of that And you stopped Absolutely You see I came to myself My character asserted Itself It was a hard fight but I won I wish It wasnt there dear But I was bound to tell tho truth Tell me Its all right Tell me you will forget It She looked at him with a troubled look I suppose I shall have to she said Dut I thought you were a good deal worso than that Thomas L Mas son In Llpplncotts IT FAMILIAR else tI- ger What I hours sea stop II upgot 1 i lan that BOUNDED Widow Drown regarding tho new acquisition My wordl Its almost tho same as having a man about tho house Trouble In Hades Ills Satanic majesty touched a but ton and summoned his head Imp What Is all that noise In Factory street your Imperial majesty it Is the women mobbing the new corset They are all demanding one of those new corsets Sutferln1 souls gasped his ma jesty and I thought I had Invented a now torment Tho mistake was In forcing that French girl to wear one first She made em all believe they are the very latest style Saints above and I thought derstood women Well well now that I think of It the plan works out bettor than I thought Take em away from all the ladles but a few seo that they aro advertised as the very latest fashion and I guess that will mako those women who cant get em suffer all right all right Puck Where Her Friend Was The fluffy little woman In the peach basket bonnet had the tired clerk pull down fortynine of the fifty rolls of silk and snip off samples of each for her Thank you so much she twittered with an engaging smile but I ddint want to buy any silk for myself I was Just looking for a friend Well murmured tho clerk with a wicked leer at the bonnet why not lock In this last roll lie might that you know The Darktown Minstrels i Jllstoh Thompson ash beaks a conundrum for you Elucidate Mlstah Bones Whats do dlffrenco atween economical cabnet officer an a Call forny farmer lookln ovah his ranch Give It up Ono prunes de estimates and de oddah estimates the prunes SIgnor Schmitt the silvervoiced tenor will now slag Wo Patted In the Twilight by tho Old Mill on the Dam The Reason I trod token my silk bat to a local dealer to bo ironed an operation which his employe accomplished while I waited Aa I donned the head piece I happened casually to ob servo Its always boon a wonder to mo that your establishment could af ford to Iron hats gratis Tho hotter smiled sadly Oh answered he meokly the hats would last much too long U wo didnt1 Harpers Cold Neater Advice to all Is to beware of coughs and colds on tho chest as neglected they read to pneumonia consumption or other pulmonary troubles Just as soon us the cough appears treat It with Bullurda Horehound Syrup the standard cure of Anieilca Use as dl reeled perfectly harmless A cure and preventive for all dlseaseses of tho lungs Price Wo 60u and 100 per bottle Sold by RE Mo Roberta In 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Mllllnrry H J TINSLEY County a 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 Ofllco over Police Court Phone 104 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTKR KUNTUCKV M HOUSEBARBER Call In and get a Shave Hair Cut and Shampoo North ilde of Public Square Hot and Cold Baths HR A S PRICEw- ill practice Dentistry at his hump lllcliniond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts H M DuncansShop fur Hot and Clean Steamed Towels and Sterllzed Razorp We dprreclato your trade and wo are here t stay Stick to the old reliable Harbor with experience and a three cbalr shop Richmond street W T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Rest of references Notice to Creditor All persons having claims against W R realer deceased are hereby notified to verity them according to law and tile them with us at renters vllle Ky or with I Williams at tornpy Lancaster Kyon or before tat 1000- L Tjfeater U Teater Executors 108lt of W realer Dcod FINK FAMJl IN JAllHAHD COUNTY FOR HALK A Sue lue pram tarn lor tale iltuated on new sea Iolnt Leavtll and ilz roller loiiiliol ntorcoutluliiVuo well located III r odnelKliborhoodbelii part ol the John V tract with a hindiome new oveu room rtsildenee thereon with alt iKcrHiur oulbull li ti aud good new barn 40iU Well watered ill never falling prlugi and creek rutiulng IlirougliT- KHM H In liamlf balance one and two year from bearlug Interval until paid Ieriuui lotking for such platy plcaie write one W 0 VALKKK Stanford Kjr KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings Niw Discovir I I d Survc or Ill0 N r U S INS OE 1 2i years of W November I lIke JAr aker cub dq six WITH l t J J t i t 1 1- t I o4ooeeooeooeoooeoooeoeoooewooeY- Y soooooooosoooooouoeaooooo00000o 1 1 t l acres two etory tit act percent I IFORC 8 8 PDce ITrW Veil QUARANX10BD BATIBPAOXO K U McRoberts Drug Sore ANI ALL THIIDAT AND LUNIilTROUBLEB MOMJlY AEPUNDIfDOIi r a Has This Paid t For LOOK AND SEE Call AndSettle For Once WE t NEEDWHAT DUE US PaperBeen AT I THEYELLOW LABELON IT IttAt IS CURED BRONCHITIS Mrs Hopkins Her Will Saved Choktd and Qtp d for Breath Somo five years ago I was ttkcn with n bad uttick of broncliltk I was affected with n bronchial cough and cold tli scoiinh wns neutrally much more apparent atnlijht and 1 would wake up choking amid Kanphitf fur breath anti there seemed to bo a tu rluloKippiiKoIii mr throat anti tube My threat wus titular and IriUtille nnd hid tin nchliiu Fonwllon which wits bad nl timer I doetoi td nnd used several remedies but re cilvcd no ucrmuncnt nllaf unlll I used Ilyonid Thl remedy It cer tifiil luh std It saved my tile mend I accord It time credit which U de serve There Iniolhhtf tio ttrtuiK for inu to say retftucildK llyomtl Ada Ilopklus S Uuitr Ave Uoldwuicr MIch August 22 1008 H 1C McllubortssdM Hyoiml nounced IHrflMMiieJundbopuaninlcca U to cure bronchi N cntirrh asthma croup hay foyer cough and colds or money back The complete t on ly 100 which a II y omtl and a neat hard rubber hhalcr Cures indigestion It iflleTM ctomnchinlaray Bonr Ktoni nrh lolrhmriind cams dli caw or money hark Ltir o box cf tub Iota GO could Lrucsista lu nil towns For Cheaper Raw Materials It Is a mistake to assume that American consumers are the only clamorer for lower duties In certain tariff schedules Manufacturers glv lag allegiance to both political parties have Jolned In the demand In order to Increase tho export market Herein wo have ono of the main reasons for lower duties on certain raw materials In the Payne bill Man ufacturers with market conditions at their fingers ends know that raw materials will enable a furth er Invasion of foreign markets And forget eIther cautions a Kansas paper that It was the Re publican party that said the thrill must be revised by Its friends It the Republican party said that It seems to be making good with one campaign pledge at least Kansas City Star Strange Idiosyncrasies and opln m of grayhaired people cud those affected with scalp and hair trouble New York City sends nut men twice over In all probability than any intercity In the world At an banquet by a ttrm to Ral smen there were present some t vo hundred grayhilrcd and ballheaded salesmen It was a sun lect of mournful then that the linn was eoinriiendny to prefer younger men One t Id pa re t several Kat around Il irA mil flfltirdii t ntt yet 1 am to show niyuke am for the has been bllMin f I knew of the cdorXof man of thirty dont you use Hair Uestorer suggested one of bis audience tMy filjnd answered tho old fellow once ie pUut of a bit patsnt meol lne Unit On my way through one room I asked one of the employers what they put up there H Ileitirer 1 was t Id want U say that among tho employee that room I never In my Ufo saw t gather so many haired ana baldheaded people replied the other I have a good head of fine brown hulr 1 my hair three montts ago before tbU linn was u tine old Iron g y I used QUan Restorer you K U the resul and owners of Han Ihir Restore agreed ti ref mo my tnifney dllnt do a line gray My wife used JBau Hair and It has cleared mar scalp kfip4iiK her Wliere can fou get tf1 On at any i up time Is to fade you can have full slzo 60c bottle by send ing 12o In postage to the HesslgEllla Flourishing a knife and announcing that he wanted to kill President Tart Charles Tliorp an aged prospector web arrested at Albuqueique N M after a vicious struggle with time pt lice A Banquet spread before you would do you no good If you couldnt cat What good can food do a child when as soon as It enters Its stomach It Is eaten by wotmw Thats the reason your balmy IH ailing pasty faced and thin Give It Whiles Cream Vermifuge It will expel time worms and act us a tonic for the child bold bY II K Molloberts 1m Farm For Sale 113 acres Wro best tobacco corn and ling Madison cofinty 7 II NYBTUIinKVANT Cottonburg KiQ 222t Old News Papers For Sale at Record Office I L Life especially tillII I Mrs for MONA I cheaper dont I I given Lilt dl cu lon triarcb rows gr8Y1n the rt Ice marked red I good rk tarn I ov dIrt In lilY be use ten sotnethin oIl turn lnyhulr W U tot a lucky Y Q I d I Well I working h gray Well 1 came th nd Ill hair from hi a Ill bet Its increased U leullt ItChef drug u d time hack guar B Mc uue s recommends nd padons It you are haired or your haIr the first cross fun n tulles foul tlclmmncml ibllu Tuesda v 23rd Rt m i I I r Says pros outfit Lu some more sales annul itt limon hunt better life ornamenting t with taut llu visit air Alright haven litim list tit lain ug out mix stare will tee- It sell these pr bj sal t g 0 I t a f e t MAY HAVE PLANNED REVENGE Sardonic Man One Good Reason Why Girl Should Choose Her Lent Worthy Suitor Of course Its an old saying that 1 you never can toll about n woman1 said tho surgeon reminiscently I re member once when I was a hospital Interne had as a patient a young lady who had been badly ns n result of tier clothes catching on tiro Her burns persistently retimed to heal so wo decided thoro was only ono way to save her and that was by a skin grafting operation We com UL 1 lives and naked for volunteers who were witling to sacrifice their cutlclo In tho Interest of the young lady good looks and possibly her life Tho first Volunteers were two young men who said they knew tho patient and wished to glvn up some cuticle for her benefit We learned that tho two were hot rivals for time young ladys favor and neither was willing to let tho other get ahead We Agreed to use skin Impartially from each but nt the very tint flash of a knife ono of the candidates weakened and said ho didnt think ho would bo able to stand It In fact he announced that ho had changed his mind and wasnt going to part with any of his valuable outer covering Arguments were of no avail so wo were forced to take all the skin we needed from the second suitor who stood It without a flinch Tho young lady recovered completely with her looks almost un impairedAnd course rewarded the hero who had so nobly offered up his cu tide for her sake by bestowing herself upon him suggested ono of Ids list enersOn the contrary said the surgeon she afterward married time other man Thats what called forth tho with which I began this yarn There wets a moments silence while the group wagged Its heads I dont see anything strange about that spoko up the sardonic member of tho party perhaps that was tho only way she had of getting oven with him And It being agreed that this suggestion explained everything tho waiter was requested to tilt em up again FROM THEIR HUSBAND I I Saw wo burned with her friends and reIn remark i Mr Oldwcd Well girls always like fairy stories Mrs Oldwcd Ita a good thing for after they grow up and get married they have to listen to n lot of them JohnnIe Fear Little Johnnie need six hind been to church and had displayed moro than usual Interest In the sermon In which the origin of Eve had been dwelt on at some length On his from the services there being company to dinner ho had displayed a good deal of Interest In tho eatables especially the mince pie and cakes Some time afterward being missed ho was found sitting quietly In a cor ner with his hands pressed tightly over his rills and an expression of aw ful anxiety on his taco Why what on earth Is the matter asked his mother In alarm Mamma Im afraid Im going to have a wife National Food Maga zine In the Artillery- A gunner of tho Garrison artillery who had successfully passed a black smiths course at homo on fur lough wearing the hammer and pin cers on his arm when ho was by n civilian who asked what the decoration was for Oh replied Tommy facetiously Im an army dentist- I see Said time civilian Of course tho pincers are for extracting tho teeth but what ls the Idea of tho hammer Well you see some of tho chaps are a bit nervous so wo use the ham roar to chloroform them with was the reply London Remarkable Public libraries have their uses other than as clearing houses for books Ono may there tiaras to re marks of wisdom wit learning satire or foolishness Tho other day two young women patrons of n branch II brary met while seeking an exchange Oh gushed one youve got ono of tho latest books Are you return log ItT Yes And Its a remarkable book bya runinrknblo author Is that How Is that Why was time explanation Its remarkable because theres nothing remarkable In It The Housekeeping Bride Hubby Mario tho milk Is not fresh Is there any Ico In tho re frigeratorWlfey Yes William but I think Its tho fault of tho milk Ico didnt look just rush to mo Urooklyn Cltlzuu Not Like Papa A bright little fellow was taken to a barber shop for tho licet time to have his hair cut and an tho barber was In tho distant part of shop for n few moments the small custom er said In lowered torsos to his rather you roust toll thu man that am not to bo shaved Delineator Plain Talk- I think shott I Oh dont say that I One face like bon la bad enouga sot the Ill IIU I t U return was accosted Tit Illte don Tim 4 Farm and Stock A Miruaii soul V II Hiirton n team of mules for MOO W U llurlun was In JH buylutf mules till week Tobacco at Dnnvllla mid Lrx nut m ranged from 8 ti 18 cciiti i n Wednesday J A Morgan K Hammond shipped carload of 000 pound to Cincinnati last Saturday nand re ceived 2 emits for tliuin J I Hamilton sold to Parker Jet kins 10 acre of land near tho wilier works at 100 per acre and 27 sores oil of sumo tract to George Leave color id Sumo warm built bofoie cold weather CODKR on will mean n Kivlnuof feed and hug Ihsli another wily of savliitfi lusstxpciiNO and more money III your purse Horses and Wanted iltiirtmi Lancaster Ky Do you value a cow according to tin amount of milk produces or do you test time milk of each Individual In time herd old Imo her worth on tlmtV safe and sure course Wanted Horsoa and Mules lay a car hjffj of fat broke Jto II Jordan Time highest standard of potato cul Lure exists In ArooHtook la the largest potaioxruwln county In tho United States 18000000 bushels being grown there In otto season with an average yield of 270 bushels to time My property for BaJ 2 miles from on In School houiyrr gaud or address John E Anderson Lancaster 10141 In last weeks Issue we stated that Elbert Calico sold his crop of tobacco to Milo Simpson representing Ian parties for 16 cents Tills was handed us Just thin way and Its all true except Air Simpson Is represent In Lexington parties Imp St lilalso one of the must fa mous stallions In time world Is dead ut Autjiisl Helmuntrt nursery In I iotio cjuuty ills death followed closely that of lieu Strome another humus horse who died Thursday St Ulalje won time Eiwllsli Derby sows the time to break limn chick ens from molting out among the sheds and trees You mire liable to neglect this till freezing weather strikes them unawares timer with fczen counter and frostbitten teat the owls will lay very bite If any till next spring To Dealer In Cattle For grazing and call on or place your with S A Cooper CoinmlwtlowCo Kansas 8 market Please address all coufarTiiilcatloiiu to W 0 Park Kama City Stuck Yards 10l10t Moores Early Is one of the very best varieties of grapes for planting In all sections where frost Is Ilkly to catch time crop before It Is fully inu lure U Is an old mind variety Time berries are largo and sweet and tully ax good In quality us Concord It Is usually nut quite HO productive but It trarllness makes his yarelY most valuable for planting where the hummers are short and cool ripaca below this heading U the exclu ilvu use ol our farmer mUcrlb r and U fur tho vale of stock grain and luoh thlngi uu farm a the farmer cannot afford to adrvr time No notice will be accepted ovif four slid will two liiuci of the lUcoau free of cliaigu I have 7 good OUOpnund cattle for solo Lcarell HryantHVllle Ky I have 10 good yearling wades 0 marts and 4 horses In gaud lltsh for sale also 100 ewes bred to good snick U II Jenklnn llryanlsvllle Ky For Sale Rarl y homegrown timothy seed Call on loses Olveus Hubble Ky I have two nice short yearling calves for sale J W Klmpson Judson Ky Fur Bale About 60 or 00 acres of corn also the stalk Hold Mrs Vic toria Anderson It V I No 4 Stun ford KyiHouse and Lot Per Sate I dtthlro to sell privately my proper ty In Lowell Ky conslHlliiu of u good llvo room house und two acres of land This property IH well Improved with goad barn all necuskury wit building plenty of troll lino soil sulphur gad llmcKtoni cloiip tu three churches goal school and railroad In fact It is Ono of m t cunveii lent and best luuullons In Qairurd county out soy DUO Kuod home I would bo pleased ttilnive them sen no UO841 MYm u Sterling and J t II II lIllIe I Here Lexlugto pike a RUed district rick barn am I t essary ut ulhIlI1115 Fur rut rs phone vile t tccilin cattle ort CItY Stuck arerulselccllur rlr what you Will vIII be made by r W O 1ur W has had 27 yeu In log orders u r hODIOOOOQnoaQ for to oulp lu J R the U t G waeak a t axles cm tie log lunmses f Mules An uue bavhmiz ha s or mutes IS soil iii prutit by lug ue a will buy t mu at v tiute mvu time blghebt ma t price a time Time latter is the anly I III bet In L set r Luw llay Oct er 25th horse amid ul r 11111 u buy 10 head ear old uol ruko and um town all YuMs export- o well knuwm moeoaeooeo ecisooeneearooeeeoo lour and call utmd hurt Sim n How would you like nu Income of 5000 R upward per month Jo good cows will bring you ft- toooo nnd upward per mouth 35 to 40 good cows will n bring you 20000 nod upward per mouth H Work Yes Hard Work f work If you are looking for n Snap dont waste your jj time fooling with cows i If you really wont to Improve your standing in the J world and arc willing to stud nnd Irani and work there j Is no industry that wilt respond more quickly to your cf forts than dairying The d drying Interests to Illinois j Iowa Wisconsin Michigan New York timid Ohio ns to J bocce mud hemp nrc to Kentucky It is n will known fact j that any nnd all of the above named stoles arc more pros lJ porous than Kentucky dui no doubt to the fact that 5 their people nrc quicker in responding to new conditions JJ Ideas and new inventions than ate ours If you arc to succeed ns ndnlrjmnn you must milk tj good cows house them properly and feed them n balanced ration nnd then they will return you n golden harvest H Come to the creamery nnd let me explain to you in detail It will be worth your time S Henley V Bastin 1 I I JI 11 Ir or fo20OO pct mouth 1toYable utoullrl Yolt earl have k It ulllllg la n heal or dttiry cows nllli pnlrotdxiug the t Creamer a to Ia cows will btiug fo5ooo nod n I 16 to ri t n 1 n do know or or utnking without n ti nr U ill ill dO I III l t c ts tldliblbtibSlAEdablbibihihElblh yq gHVigEiqlqEiqYtUgtigEiVE9tl loa on I 1I hood you li but you any way mmiry u 7 1t t a t u 1 1 ri alqiWlqitsqlq7igRqlalalatitsAaYlAaaananaaaaadihSnSitr tr J JIYALItauPresidaat jI1 J13 t JOIINSONVino ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANOASTHK KV CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 1 I HUDSON Cashier W O niONisy Aiwt OiHhr 0 D W ALKRII Hookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt end Careful Attention J 8 Johnson II F Hudson J J Walker Alex Olbln Lowl L Wrtlkcr PUBLICWe the undersigned merchants have arranged with the Merchants Commission Advertising Co oncuisville Kentucky The largest premium concern port of the country to give COM STAMPS Vith every toe you spend at our respective stores H T Logan Clothbfg and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry ftnd R E McRyoerts Druggist Mrs Ada knnnaird Millinery premiums which arc both useful on moicy you have got to spend nt some Why nut confcc all your purchases at our store nnd buy lour goods for less and secure some of the many handsome premiums given In exchange fur 0010 STAMPS Ilundrtdsif people have already started collecting them VI1Y NOT YOU Start today Call at any store above mentioned and secure a saving book KUKK Premiums on display at Joseph MercantilcCo Call and see them and be convinced MERCHANTS COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO s 303 Commercial Dullding l40UISVIMlt KENTUCKY GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN tCRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast Tickets Good Returning Until 3UI 1909 Wilt for rAin sad Wdir M C KINO CPA lot R It Uilitftea Kr r umloxrfoHS r T M Arnold U A Arnold lu AM WIJ ITO I i n c u t Wlmcii save GQII sr II OU are carving amid or mcnlnl sto i I r OJfI4 IIJMLI tt ll N aha iit r J I iA alr ihis jj Goods l M Denny D ntist J P ra er Son Fr sh and red Meats taple and Fa cy Gr erics you flay 9- tt r