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THECENTRAL RECORDfUKK HKMQlOttt UXTAItNlSltKt DKMOCttACt AND 0001 QOVK1UMKNT LANCASTER KY JPKIDAY NOVEMBER 5 1009 J fu rwxxrrxre L rI r r- LYA r I r w 1RIM xaxrrasan Gasoline Engines horn Mills Feed Mills Corn Crushers Fool Cutters Wood Saws and PUMPING OUTFITS sold and erected We have a few slightly used Corn Crushers on hand that we will sell at a bargain Let us make you estima tions on your wants CONN BROTHERS J 1 J J J I f i J t I t 7 f I l u 4 Subscribe forTiiR CENTRAL HKO Cordially invited to come and box The following ones are numbered with tlio sick Meidames Rebecca West Kmnm KaulTmnn Matllo 1 Frlsblo and Dr J 11 Kliinalrd I Mm K D Potts lm recently Issued Idle Hour Btorles and Stories for Children two volumes prettily bound and red covers tuKablo for Christmas prevents Price of each 1 10 Address the author at LeiliiKton Ky An expert accountant for the Hemp Company examined the books of It M West Co which wero kept by F I Matksbury and found them In perfect condition Tide reflects great credit on the mem hers or tho home firm as they did a largo volume of business with tho first named firm Ed 0 Oalncs Is offering good money for the best samples of corn and that 14 brought to his olllco on or before county court day of this month Ills show last year attracted much attention and It lIds fair this year to have more contestant Pick your corn and tobacco and go after his money Everybody should attend the enter talnment at the Court House next Monday iiUht Half the proceeds will be given to the school library The entertainment Is well worth the price of admission and every one who attends will have an enjoyable evening and the satisfaction of having helped In a worth cause Good For Richmond The Midhnn grand Jury reported as follows The grand jury belt leave to make the following report After a thorough Investigation of the differ cot violations of tho law wo find that dime of every nature Is on the de crease It Is true that our county had this year sevcrHl homicides but not withstanding that we are compelled to believe that public morah have Improved We alto find from a statement made by our mayor U E Woods taken from the records of tho different courts that the cost of keep state county and city prisoners has decreased onehalf as compared with 1000 when saloons were in force In our city and arrests for drunken ness aro onetenth now what they were In 1000 all of which we tribute ti the abolishment of saloons and the general crusadu against drunk enness and intoxicating liquors Lex Ington Herald t IJ wjUlle ox lIupperllrvt at lie N a In green Amer- Ican tobacco f f a f I II II lIng abou Itt I Dltll- ern n ting ohoal ouse nigh t Evory 1dn brln I post pnld k materially Wearer Independent of All Trusts WORKING MENS SHOES MADE BY EMecott Johnson Co possess better wearing qualities than any others and cost less Every pair is strong and comfortable his is Ute first and only concern in the world to tan leather and soil SHOES made from ray ma terial direct to you less all middlemens profits You got serviceable and wholly satisfactory shoes at lower prices than they can bo made for elsewhere EndecottJohnson Co make more Shoos for working men than any other two factories in America Thoro aro many Styles designed especially for different kinds of work at prices ranging from 1GO to j Better Shoes for less money LOGAN All the very latest creations in Mens Young Mens Boys anti Cull drens Clothing at prices that defy competition Boo us and save monoy r 11i1 i ToI j i i i r f 300 T l1f i C r r rK I Y r- Edor 9 U J r r I yt 1 br rC r r- rt- yflt r 4f r Garrard 346 Democratic Listen Every Democrat Won District for Saufley Kentucky In Line Again J 500 The vote polled on Tuesday was the largest In the history of the county 3001 cast Doth parties made a game tight and the democrats are happy It Is Impossible to give the official vote until next Issue as the vote will not be otllclally counted until Friday We give the majorities as gathered from the returns Saudey 207 Hubble 200- Uogie 146 Ford 200- Iloblnson 132 Mallard 340 Carrier 283 Adams 345 Simpson 208 The vote for those without opposl tlon h as follows Chas Hardln 1021 Mason 1C80 Hamilton 1G08 Tlosley 1677 Miss Hlgfilni 1021 and J Bourne CG9 In the 3 Lancaster pro cincts for Magistrate The constitutional amendment Dr W N Those lay having their eyes tested A Recipe for Sanity Are you worsted In a fight Laugh it off Are you cheated of your right Laugh It off Dont make tragedy of trllles Dont shoot butterflea with Laugh It off i Does your work get Into kinks Laugh It off If Its sanity youre after Theres no recipe like laugter Laugh I toff The late Henry Rutherford Eliot in The Century Hyattevllle Depot Robbed The depot at Hvattsvlllo was broken on Sunday night and about 1760 was taken 30 of which belonged to the L and N Railroad Company and and 1760 to the depot agent Ouford Ely The burglars left without being dla curbed and It was not known till Mr Ely went to work on Monday morning that the theft had occurred Dlood hounds were ordered from Lexington at once and arrived at Hrattsvlllo about one oclock Monday afternoon After many trials they were unable ti trail fnrther than the Tho owner of them said that wind was too strong to trail In tho from which all the dust had been blown Letters of Encouragement Since the organization of the and Oarrard County Develop ment Association many encouraging letters have been received among which Mr Fred Levy of Louisville In which ho says to say I think this a floe thing for the welfare of the towns Intones and of course It will meet with success In the hands of such energetic and progressive citizens If nonresident membership Ii eligible 1 would like for you to propose my name fur membership and If elected notify me and I will settle We apprecl ate this from such an excellent gen tlemau as Mr Levy and only regret that we can not admit nonreildents as members Another letter from Mr John B Mclarrln of Louisville to non s D Cochran In which he writes succor agingly of the move and congratulates the people of Qarrord county through him on their determination to wako up and Improve things letter Is most excellent one bids Mr God speed In his work as chair man of the Educational Committee He says that while wo hayo splendid crops of agricultural products the crop of children U more Important than all uthrra and their culture should receive ipecU attention 1 I Into pike the pike le one from Needs stupendous a Cochran g ocull t eat I the K agar hotel e Nov 0 need glaMe ould not de rifles Lancaster Ills failed to carry in the county In the city race U T Logan was elected for Mayor and the old council reelected and E W Harris was re elected Police Judge W O lead was elected Mayor of Louisville by 3000 majority and the The people of Garrard county will bo glad after January first to see Judge Ford presiding over the couit Billy Hamilton ID charge of the records and seal of the county Joe Iloblnson still pleading for the Commonwealth Keg Mason keeper of the circuit court record Ballard and Robinson collecting tax Jack Adams in Jail MI Htggins looking after schools Tinsley surveying Inspecting the dead Bourne building now pikes to Help Lancaster and Garrard countys Development Association Farmers Inatltuta As announced In the RECORD last week the Farmers Institute conven ed at Paint Lick Monday morning presentMr sent by Commissioner Rankln to conduct the Institute was on hand and called the bouse to order After some remarks In which he said that from the looks of the crowd the men present did not come In the Interest of the Institute but for another purpose the meeting proceeded lion R II Tomllnson and benator George Farris made a motion that the election of officers would bo the flier thing which was seconded and car rled The following nominations were made and seconded and the nom inees were elected without having all of whom wore democrats the republicans seeing that they could not elect a man In such a throng of democrats President J Wade Wal ker Vice Presidents S D Cocbran and G D Swlnebroad Secretary R L Elkln Delegate E L Woods AI ternates J M FaIn B tiwlne broad Treasurer W G Kern per Actor election of officers the mall tute proceeded to Institute work but Tuesday being election day we were unable to get a report of same Mr Everett Farra candidate for member of tho State Board of and Senator Newman Secre tary of State Fair were present RELIGIOUS Rev E II Pearce will preach the Thanksgiving sermon at Christian church Eld F M Tinder will preach at Christian church next Sunday at 1045 subject Kentucky Missions at 716 The Sin Mockery The exhibit of the Magestlo range at J R Mount Gos Is drawing good crowds and all who attend are much pleased with this excellent range The adult bible class of the Chris flan church taught by Rid F M Tinder will give a banquet Tuesday evening at tho Kengarlan hotel They have arranged fur an Interesting pro gram and some very able speakers will be present among whom will be Eld J II MoNeal Ed S Jowett of Winchester A Tiny Baby cant tell you In words what the trouble U but It Its complexion gets pasty If It gets weaker and weaker loses Mesh and U cross and peevish you can be certain that it has worms Give It Whites Cream Vermifuge guaranteed harmless Expels the worms and puts the baby In a healthy normal condition Look at the label on your paper bysimilarmayor County Simpson opposition and O Agriculture Ua and ilon Get The Best 1V67 GCCpUrduEVE4tGlGtiCtJUfitlTC o ti o4 0t tittrt l- i j j Trade Mark It has improvements which no other Range has Take nothing said to be as good You want the best WE HAVE IT HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky FIVE DOLLARS IN GOLD i 1911 TilE MALLEABLEI I S S S S S S Z Z M Z Z Z S SS S i ilt a ti f I The Lancaster and Garrard County Development Association which formed hero thli week wools a slogan or battle cry which will help It win contests In the great commercial war now In progress between different com munltles for supremacy and will give Five Dollars In Gold for the best sug gestion sent to tho President of the Association John M Farra Lancaster on or before November IQtlu slogan should not ben ore than eight or ten words and should bo es peclally expressive of Lancaster and Garrard Countys Interest or what both must stand for Thlsslogan to The was be used In red ink on every piece of literature Issued by the association and It Is hoped that all merchants bankers professional men and citizens generally who have printed stationery will use the slogan on all of their en velopes and letter beads The has appointed R E Hughes President Kentucky Electric Co Louisville Brlnton B Davis Commercial Louisville and A B Lipscomb Secretary Commer cial Club Louisville as a committee to award the Five Dollars for the above named prize association Club f j e President For convenience the following blank may be used Fill It out and mall It to John M Farra Lancaster I respectfully suggest the following as an appropri ate slogan for the Lancaster and Garrard County opment Association Signed Address Dont buy a Wagon until you get my prices on Old Dev l Hickory 1 d w WAGONSWith new improvements makes them the strongest and lightest running WAGON on the market W J RomansLancaster Kentucky 1a 4 Insist Upon COLONEL BILL CIGAR Ail Elegant So Smoke Itt t toL i i 4n n r r rsf K 1r M1 v1 lf M r 4 I k T 2 1tt 1 t t CENTRAL RECORD t 8CKt WERKIY lw A VKAIt F S HUGHES EdrPubr Knttrld at Me Par Ofler In lMe iHtr u SttandCtatl HnM Unite M mber Ky Press end Eighth District Publishers Luau Lancaster Ky November 5 1909 For Political Announcements For City Olllccs 600- ForUuunlv Olllrw 1000 District Offices 1000 For CiilK per line 10 For Cards per lino 10 Fur nil In Mia Inter Mtof Individual or expression of Individual view per line 11 Ollluatles per line Oi Association lrf and and J r Rates clncL I Fr Shtta OUIl TIME TO t ROW Paint Lick Democratic Monday The holding of the Farmers Insti talc for Garrard County at Paint Lick a Republican precinct In the extreme Extern part of the county on 1 tat Monday and Tuesday seems tp verify the so frequently made by the pre s of tile Stale that the oflleeof CoinmfFMJtier of Agricul ture Is being operated ti Interotiof tho rcrubllean party ut el ctluK tl lcputrsto the State liidtl tube and there electing a Republican as a member of the Hoard of thereby giving that party core trill of the State Fair and everything connected with the Bureau of Agricul Lure That ofllco has been produc Live of much good to tho farmer but as It Is degetierutHK Into politics we tear that Its usefulness will be no more Different meetings of that kind place the blame at the door of the party and who can blame the democrats for tiMiig a hand They went to Paint Lick on Monday from Lancaster and other points tin therallroad In automobiles wagons nod horse back about 300 strung Wnen the electlin of was In older the republicans seeing that they were snowed under made no nominations and the Democrats elected a delegate and all tho oillcers for the county Wo quota from The Kentucky State Journal the following Is to be regretted that a work begun and fraught with such possibilities for good should have gathered about It Kliln less than two short years such a decided odor of partisan The reading public recalls the State Institute at Elza bethtown last wirer and Low real purposes of the meeting were practically lostjilglil of In tho prllil Into which It degenerated The manner In which the County In stitutes are being conducted this year Is becoming will known over the State Holding meetings In Demo cratlo counties at outoMhrway places and at Inconvenient times made It easy to work the political trick l i view the election of a Repub delegate till the scheme was And tic Interests of the film ers have fared no better perhaps In such meetings as Intro been hi Id since the exposure was made as the Democrats resetting the Intrusion of politics intJ the meeting tiara beer UN partisan li thtlr attempt elect Democrat lu delegates No one coild expect thu Democrats under the circumstances to tiko allY other course result Hie absorbing In terest at tho meetings has been the cleitlmof a delegate tilt over little Intercut has been Hhotvn hi the real business of the ineoUiigf I of Tho Lancaster and Ourrurd Coui tv Ddvelopmoit As sociation bespeaks a new cm in agr cultural common il educational and all business rrhtlonc Tie means and resources are having been given to UK from the botiutlful haul Our people are cultured and Intel Dent The want of public to saute ex tent retarded our advancement In dividual cITort cannot accomplish what united and combined cllurt Mill Insure A realUUIon of this tact l the basis fur tho formation of all De vclopmciit AsiocltUbnc In unliy It now behoovtH us tu liny our goods at homo and thus eimllu our inei chants to carry that we ought need Kverv duller spent from home dlmlilthe1 our resources Fac tortes will now be built lo manuacture our many luxurious farm products ftiid the Interest of onu will be the In terest uf ul1 frt us make n lung hard pull ultpuelher fur the development of our rich resources since UioultoilimU over the coup ther the Agriculture j i bUllll s t calscrup exposed Ju t t All U The orltlUllullan or Jehovah and has there ant Uhirg l n u tf r fo zF 11 asset 111 I tot 1 1i republican ulcer a 1 swell 1 I tb- r l I lean r bu- T 1 1 a abundant t spill enterprise Isptreii Vl n t try will have time to teat awhile from the busy hum Idle chat In rdfcr once to the prospects of different Cut dilates and how men would vote Vr have no harsh word or personal flaunts for any ono and wo only ex crclsed our rights di favoring tin election of tho Democratic ticket The result will not change our form of government The planets wll roll their suit lo rounds the stum wll sill twinkle tho sun will shed Hi glorious light the showers will continue to re live recitation and fertile soil v tl yet yield abundant harvests nolwlth Mantling Ito result and the same would liiivu been true if tile result had been dllloreiit So the nation yet lives and God rules the unlvew We the Eorciclgn people into lected Democratic servants for an other four years who will look liner tho Interests of all the 1 1 as they Intro been weighed In the stoics and not found wanllng Although the oHlclal vote cunmt be given until next Issue It U a source of unbounded satisfaction to know lhal we won nil along the line Conditions varied the majorities but the candidates put up a bravo u and they richly deserve the signal victory which they have On the first day of IhU month the tees for regkt rlng a letter was raised from eight tu ten cent The Depart uncut alleges that the Increase Is nec to make In the registry department What deticlt Is It that makes Uncle Sam compete with pour of en dupe Couldnt he do without this and l ulcers lire Charley Hardin and J K Robinson will be yoked together again to reprc sent the commonwealth and an abler team cannot be found In the State Their ollldtl career Is a guaranty that they will guard tie interests of the people and that they will do their duty in Guy ufllcs Judge Saullev carried every county In tho District and his majority will be about 1500 We arc glad fast he will again grace the judicial ermine and everybody knows how well he will discharge his duties As we predicted Kentucky has ken her stand again In the Democratic ranks nod will nut be lead astray again by false assertions and mouse track The next leithlature will be over whelmlngly Democratic li both hous es The senate will be 20 to 12 and tile house 70 to 24 Having captured the log cabin we may clean tout paper and paint and winter our game chickens in It I And there silll stands Garrard In the Democratic column has a Head that will dl sect her properly Kill Her Foe Of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Hayncsvlllc Me was Dyspepsia I lutmsely offs eulng or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed and several doctor gave me up I tried Electric Hitters which cured me completely Now I can cat any thing I am 70 years old and am over joyed to get my health and strength back again For Indlgeslljii Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lime Rack Female Complaints It Only COc at To The Public In General Come now let us reason together lie conslderateand cbaratablo to your Flour Mills Did you know If the mills had riot bought your adding extra cleaners and liiitiHHnir got wo wheat In pretty good shape at a loss of onetlflh of the Wheat All of the Impurities are taken out of tho wheat and the flower Guy of your mills Is as as Is to make It liut wheat Is ill not as will not bo quite so lively Any good standard mill coq inako as good Hour us the other trill so to your home mills and you will make nu mU take Hnrmiin St Forced Into galas Win of Glen Oak Qkla was an rom home Mountain air he thought would cure a fright ful lungracklng coiiuli that defied all remedies fut two years After six months ho returned deatj dogging I hen I begun to used Ur Discovery he wrltss and after Ink six buttes 1 am as well us ever 1 1 saves thousands yearly twin desper att lung rtheasec Infallible for Coughs and Culls It dispels Hoarse nvkH and Sore Throat Curts Grip liorncliltls Hemorrhages Asthma Croupi Whooping Uougli 60o and 1100 trial botMe free guaranteed by 11 K MolluberU nrd lie won e sary up a llil punters I tie ta- I Its LtJlllivllu unequaled whoa this year and you h had your wile p d to any urket outside t your m Is IInywl to In tu y three tut thll of would have t rejected W have io majority ot fur teat and by considerable ex pot o lo u Hard work by and ng cleanlllil and we fr pu o p slble rent tuber od we hR lu our Ilr d ul St a of Ken cley Then mouth tI Oovernmel us s p bleat II hour you Il ood pure ur but nut white aq tI continued Impness Ju lit uk trucker l1 h l pout deficit bunt ship Je t ought largely rebut recleaning 1 math I sill owing to halt ut steps air m Commissioner rtanklnaOenlal The Lexington Novcm her hat contains the following louts t UnmmUsloiicr Itailkln that the re pull cans hero Injected politics Into FarmorsInslltutcs To Kentucky Up on reading an ar Icle In the Louisville ironing IVst of October 27th content the Farmers Institute ul Finch vlile Shelby county In which the iics len why was the In s I lite placed at Flnchvllle itiktsad of at the county seat and Hie corrrs pondent writing thu article clalrnrd that tho quc tlon had been unanswer ed Always 1 bars disliked to engage III a newspaper controversy but 1 feel that It the pccple to know the Hlftilrs of thU ofllco as lam their ser vant and It and will cult tinue to be the policy of the Agrl cultural Department to keep open books for the bum lit of the farmers and citizens of tills ommonwevlih The reason for holdfiig Ihu County Farmers Inslltutsof Shelby county at Klnclivllj was that wo had Inaug orated a boys und glil growing con test Ust spring and It was placed ut Flnclnllle at of County Superintendent of School Q M Money who Is a Democrat because ho Ihoiitfl t It to bo ono of line best farm commui I les In tile county cud If he made mistake certainly I should not be blamed for It and 1 feel that the ui Udell the Loulsvlld Evening Post Is a rttlctou upon the people Of that community In receipt of a letter from Mr E C Vaughn of thu Agricultural Experiment Staton at Lexington Kentucky who was Judge of tho corn and ho states that there were twelve entries and that It was a very successful contest Now It seems that some few nor rowmlndcd Democratc pollllclans who are candidates or prospective candidates for unite have seen fit to use the columns of the Democratic press for locat lug the County Farmers Institutes In so called places and charge that It was dune for political reasons 1 desire ti den this In toto and furlner stole that 1 do loot pro P HO ta use or be used by any polltl oans or bo controlled by a machine uf it her party or take part In the maintenance of arnaclil 10 prepared by someone fur ills own personal gain but Instead Iclend to be Commission er of Agriculture and hold these In stllutjs for the benefit uftlie whole people regardless of machine politics It tins been the custom In the past fprti few of the courthouse politicians in any couuty be It Democratic or Krpul lian to control or attempt to control all meetings whenever held at tin county seats whether It be a farm ers or political molting I find that In nearly every case some politician desirous of furlherlng their own in crests through the channels of these meetings hence I delre to hold these meetings In places other than county scats to avoid any injection of pol in this great and progressive work Rut what do I Und In many Instances where the Institutes lire be lug held for the benefit of the farmers In farming dhtrlcls gangs of politi clans and floss from the county seats are brought to for the sole purpose of electing a Democratic delegate to tho State Institute nod not to derive any benefit from these meetings but to control them In a po litical way and thwart the tho farmer Still the howl goes up that they are not Injecting any politics In the Iribtitule work I belt ve that In tin years tine If the Institutes are hold In rural that enough farmers would be so aroused and enthused that tho In dilutes when hold In county seats would cease to be dominated by pal lllclans and profe onul men and be come a farmers meellng In Its real and true souse Htny tanners live ten twtlvo and miles from the county seals and cannot and will not always go there and I believe In per sonal work and direct conttct with tho people and therefore the institute having been at the county seats In the past until last year that they should be carried to tho people who desire and need the Instructions and will take advantage of Iho same when presented lo theta 1 belbve tliut if 1 nun arouse und help a number of men In different purls of each county that I will have done a great work and will have benefited thin people that 1 am must Interested in I bellovo that those titan and women who live torah dlslihis and sparse are as much entitled and should share equally as well as those who live In tho must accessible points for they pay their lazes as readily us man who lives In town Certainly It would bo unfair to them should I harken to purely selfish motives of tome people und continue ti these meetings at ono point depriving the masses who toll from sun to sun producing the food products and raw materials to teed und clothe the peopb of tile towns bad cities of the beiiellu to bo derived from these meetings I ap peal tJ the reason of the fair minded citizens of If I have not set forth just and logical reasons fur my actions In tills matter ami that Bro tree from ugy political usgemblunco- Tu illustrate tho above reasons I cull t mind a few of the successes and failures In the liul Unto work of the past to yearn Lust year learning that all Institutes hell In Flemings burp the county seat of Fleming county had been almost a failure n every case 1 placed Institute at herald of the of N duo the sUllllclltlUl1 to out the inslltut3 districts fifteen thla State the I I CI lzema was has been ling lam crIlialso thin oQico ut hc way tics inflict deal led II flip hull Kwlng whiro nn ntUiulnnce was present on the second dny nlllnmgh n down pout of rain continued throughout the day These name pen Plo were no cnthu ltRllo Hint naked for the Institute ngaln this year but having a taro growing contest lit that county at Illllsburo mid follow hug my Idea to ultcrnntatho hstltnt t between the different points In county 1 hold It at Illllsborn Last year successful InsllMitis welO held at Ilusstircvlllo Henry count i Crup pers Shelbr county Ul wmllold Nel son county and Walton lloono Coun ty all being away from county seats and In almost every case when they were hiltl stray from county latgo and cnthu lisllo and prulltible meetings were held while those held In the county seatn with hut few ex cctlin were almost till failure as the will show When result ore being In proportion to the money expended 1 feel that the broadminded cud pro grcsilvo people will say Weighed In the balance and found not want ing Now If there Is politics In this work by whom was U Injected Surely tint from this department Our bucks ure open My ms subject to crit icism and I extend ti each and every clllzjn Invltutlnn lo visit the Agilculiurul Department and fur himself the work we are doing Respectfully submitted M r HANK IN Comr uf Agriculture School Noea An entertainment for the benefit of the school bo given at tile Court House Monday night Nov ember 8th The proceeds will be used for pur chasing books for the grade libraries A largo number of the pupils are sell fog tickets Ihi week Mrs Hum sides gave a program In the chapel lust Friday afternoon On the last Friday of each muitu at 300 oclock Mrs Ilurisldo will be glad for those who aru Interested to bo present tu hoar the Miif Ic class progam On Monday morning special exer tines were plven by the litte people of the second grade They presented a little play eulltled Why tho Keep their Leaves Charlie Emore and Woodruff Williams sung You Cant Pick Plums from My Plum Tree Several of our former pupils were with us on Monday onion theta Llge Ford now a student In State College Three new pupils Jennlo and Rice Tcrrll and James Russ all of were enrolled Monday The pupils of Mss Andersons room enjoyed a Halloween Feast on Friday afternoon nuts fruits and cakes In abundance had been provided by the little people Programs will e arranged for each room for Thanksgiving exercises We hope that another year may Und our surroundings so changed that all the school may participate In a goner Thanksgiving program What would you be willing to give man or woman If you snow how to change your prey the color of the If vigor and glos ay texture to an extant what you a crave but have hitherto aa your wildest dreams never thought attanable John Ulrkholz Omaha lilly says I used QHan Hair two weeks gray hairs have re assumed heir Lucela Mason says Two sift II M I I M l pod my hair oml out und cured I It lilnLr scalp and all dandruff from We e testimonials on tile in Hair Restorer and QHan Hulr tunic are not idle they do the work If MX bottles of QHan Hair Restorer and It only requires six hollies for the most obdurate case that has over been treated falls to bring back gray hulrs to the natural color of youth your money will be refunded by the druggist of whom you hoy the prepare lljn You know your druggist ask him Every gem every well bred and man shoull use the Q Mali lonlu It will save what you have keep thin scalp In healthy tool will Increase the vigor lengjA and isslncss cf tlje to the Lentlvoman or gentleman R ll recommends und hatred or your halt Is commencing lo fade you have the full size 60c bottle by nag 12j In postage In the llusslgUilih Drug Co Memphis Tunn A Heirs Breadth Escape Do you know that every time you have u cough or cold und run on thinking It will just cure llsrU you are Inviting pneumonia consumption or some pulmonary trouble Ilk your lungs back In perfect health and stop that cough with llvllurila llorehoinul Syrup Price 25o60o and 1100 per bottle Sold by R E Mmuborts 1m Old News Papers For Sale at Record Office record out II lied u will route sclpav I Mouse heir youth and woman to npth d yo sir I storey I tad natural Ior thl applications Q st Ip completely I I use of the r mo d which o erect for years have t our orrice nod IIR above mfr man ned Its I cOlldlt u lair u It Is necessity II lute hut It sk your drUlClllijt Roberts tt preparations can send LIt too steady they the seats this olllco act l are cord tl see Evergreens o r you er Increase tIY the Its I Ira Q Ran dream well gro w a b sells lint other Don t u 1 Lancaster Is tho geographical con ter of tho Stato Kontuoky Is ono of tho largest hompshippnig points in tho State Has two and ono Stato Bank and Trust Company Has ono of tho host Schools in Kontuoky Has two flouring mills Is ono of tho States bost wheat and corn markets Has lights wat of works and telephone ox changes with ndopendont and Bell long distance con churches Has two good hotels Has enterprising mor chants in all retail lines Has a big Creamery With An Abundance- Of Raw Material LancasterNeeds A hemp factory A tobacco factory Fruit and Vogotablo canning factory A Paint Factory to use the countys wonderful do posit of bary tes A Looso Leaf Tobacco warehouse An Ice Factory An Automobil Garage Wholesale Grocery Garrard County Has a fertile Eoil upon which is raised a diversity of big crops Is one of largest and best homp and tobacco coup in tho state Has as many miles of good turnpike as any coun in the state Produces fine grades of all classes oflivo stock Has excellent schools and many churches Has prolific orchards and vineyards Both Lancaster and Garrard County Offers abundant oppor tunities for and induce ments to tho capitalist rind tho laboring man Hero is a homelifo that is unsur passed Womans Age often docs not agree with her oppearanco Pain and add to tho years till many women look much older than they really are Many women avoiding pain by the regular use of that ef fectual remedy for women WIno of Cardul keep their youth and boauty Mrs Annlo Vaughan Ral eigh N C tried Cardul and writesI was elck and worn out almost unto death My sister finally persuaded ma lo take Cardul Before I had taken five bottles i was well and strongTry Cardul It Is for Its lonlo building ties should restore gently to health Thousands of wo men have found It to give them lasting benefit Try Cardul sale everywhere E17 i Graded oleo trio noctionsHas th ties CARDUI women 01 Nation alflnnks l suffer- Ing kO THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOUrOltATKI Capital Stock 5000000 K It McROIlliRTS 1rcst J C Kubanks i Vice tics R I Uurton a Vice Ircs J W laMORlt Cashier D V r 1 1 mi Aiii R I Klkln Hook Keeper We Invite Yotlr Patronage The Farmers Bunk c C 1 LdtntattNLei try 1 utier THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A U DBNXV hictlJcn- lJ8 STOIIMES C PENXV Citktir J F Robinson AMt It T Embry r Saml D Cochran Alex It Danny A U Unlilnson Joint K Ktorinw S C 00111 VI Vlliliini u let Cash A 11111 CIOtl8 J Pat- S Rank Denur Here we go heel and Rundown heels worncut tow make the youngsters shoes go quickly Try Buster Brown Shoes Extra heavy extra solid hccb arc what last 0 eel Thcrot double wear in every pair BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters to I I l II150 250 Indestructible The clear full brilliant of Columbia Indestruc Hut its a fine thing to know they cant break no matter how careless you may be and that they will never wear out no matter how many limes you play them 35 cents Call for a catalog A splendid repertoire to choose front and we adding to it right along F G Hurt Lancaster Il tone growingI are Youll Get Satisfaction There is More Actual Comfort in a pair of White House in tiny other shoe you could i bu becauia they are built on oclontlflc lines cf correct form which means foot comfort 7hllu House Clioon fit the feet snugly without cramping end cover larm range cf styles and loots elves ovary ono Just tile style ho wants and ct a popular price Vhlto Honso Shoes Wfilto Honta Jlhocs V for Men for Voincni Kentucky Drills Vulcan Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A complete lino of furniture anti stoves on Installment plun- Hpat 28 gungo rOIl iron 3 crimped rooflng nt 210 a Ve want all your producta at highest market price Becker Ballard CoBryantsvllle Kentucky t I It II 1ft I 3 j oo S O tlJ I This l tts tarot r Gossip About ve e A Britt Motion of the CcmlnA and Oolngi Ly Thou Vf Art Inttmicd In W B Ferguson wan In town till week Lewis llerndon waa at homo till week Mm Wit Uland In reported quito II at tills Mr John K West is on tho sick ll at this writ HK MIRR VlrKlnls Heotlcy Is re ported quite Rick Win Ooodloe of Iarli waa a rccen vliltor In Lancaster Mra I F Hudson Will hostcRs at at clcifanl dlntiiK on Saturday MrA K L Poor left last week for i ttty nt M ullosTlllc Indiana T J Mjodcyli vMllnjf tIt aontJ W M ody near llerca Ncra Ohearn la vlnllliiK friend relatives In Miysvlllc Ky Mrs J W Uuynn and chldrci have been guests of Mra Cochran MS Leslie Illnton of Stanford wai a recent visitor of Mrs U if HuUon Judge J U llctnplilll of Louisville Is hero for a visit to hli wife and son It II Ration Is In the F IM City a visit to Ills non Homer W liaison B W Morrow mid U W McRobcrt were visitors In Cincinnati this week Mlw RMnhotli Anderson visited It Hlchinoud twin Saturday until Mon day The Card Club wai entertained Jim day afternoon by Miss Alllo Marks bury Mrs Mildred licstley Is In Stanford visit daughter bin Win Hays MM Emma hush of Richmond l the guest of tier and Mrs O P Hush Mrs 0 U nruwn laalliomo from i visit to Louisville relatives and friends Mrs W T children of Bores ore nucsts of W 0 Davis and family Elliah Ford of Sttt Collexc at LexltiKlon was at home Saturday and Sunday Mr George HlKxIiibotham of Fay ettc was here mliiKlInK with filendi Saturday Master W K Shuuars of Stanford Is vhlllniz hits uraudfathcr Judge Win I SliUBam Mr and Mrs S W Lackey of Rich mend have been with S D Cochran and wire M J A Annn It at home from n pleasant Mt to Mrs A L Cheatham of Loulsllto Ruthbecn and Oscar Taylor of Madison are visiting Mr and Mrs A F Sanders Miss Altlo Markabury ls In Rich mond the guest of her ulster Mrs Louis Landrail Mrs Alexander Kennedy left for a vlfll to friends In the city ot Lexington Mlm Norma Kluiore Is In Nlcholts yule vlOtlnv at the homo of Mr Ctiarlcs Alexander Mrs Dudley and daughter of Lex are v ilnt her parents Mr and James Hill Mr George M Patterson has front a shoitctiy with his wife and daughter at IJcrea Mr and Mrs Clarke of Paris have returned to their homo attar a visit to Mr and Mrs Nichols Mr and Mra It K Hu nc8 and lit tie daughter Margaret left Sunday fur their homo In Louisville Misses Lucy and Tomtnlo Francis visited their cousin Mrs Nannie Slav in Jones of Danville last week Mr Jacob Robinson of Doyle was with his brother attorney J J3 inson tho latter part of the week Miss Kdna Mason of Junction City Rpcnt Saturday and Sunday with tier parent Mr and Mrs W U Mason Mrs ClmtlcR Davit Is with her par owls M and Mm Jacob Joseph after u protruded stay In Gcorula and Tenn esseeMrs Sarah Hamilton U In Wllmoro at the bedside of her dauitlittr Mrs IIollU Spounamoro who Is reported Mr J Randolph Harris and wife of Stanford visited tho formers parents JtidKO nnd Mrs E W Hassls In oily Wednesday After an adjournment for tho sum mer the Womans Club held their lint meelliiK Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church Mr aud Mrs Nichols entertained a number of their friends to u oclock dinner tho past week In honor of their uueats Mr and Mrs Clarke Miss Angle Klnnalrdof D ts D Institute at Danville was with her parents Dr and Mra James II Kin nalra the latter part of the week Mr and Mrs Thomas R Sluvlri who tho past year In will move to Qurrard and occupy Mr i SUvlut farm near Paint Lick The United Daughters the Con federaoy meet Monday afternoon it 8 ucl ick at the home o Mn Sd opl b I f 11 writ Inll Lit tII t Mr M has and rf t 1 1iffJ1 all for W her t Y Bono and 3 1iI f t IrF I pt I itrn blear J J J j 1 I kt I lOll I on Hob- O quite ill L I f this J J have been resillonta f t of will I i dA 4 a 1l t 1iw 4u I Wednesday err r y Mrs returned 4 ri f r J fJalntR All of time members nt present as there la sum Impurtant business to cotiRltlc- rMlmKllMelxtli Mlnnlch of Rich mom n I mined nurse lias locate In Lancaster for tho practice of her profcRSlon She comes well rccomcn ded ns a competent nurse IIIJKNA VISTA A T Scoot lost by death a nlc Jersey mulch cow last Thursday Mr R S llrown of Lancaster Sunday n In lit with his eUter Mrs S W Pour Mr and Mrs Huuli Christopher wer In Lexington Sunday attending thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mrs ChMtoplierfl parents Mr and Mrs IJeuJ McCann Mr and Mrs Champ of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Davis Mrs John Johnson timid Joo Hamll ton were called to Wllmoro early Wed neaday morulnv by time Illness of thou shier Mrs II ti Spoonamoro Mlw Jonnlo Skinner and brother Archie visited relatives near Huston yule Saturday Miss Ann Poor has returned from i pleasant hit lo filendsat Lexington- Ed Eton has sold hilt tarn consist ln of over 300 acres to J I Hatnlllor at 23 per acre Mr and Mrs James Chrlslottlici spent Sunday in Wllmoro with Mrs IIollU Spuonamore Archie Skinner leaves this week to reenter school at llerca Wit Scott Roll bh tobacco crop to Lancaster parties nt 14 cents A Scalded Hays Shrleki horrified his grandmother Mr Marla Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes when all thoUKht ho would die Buck tens Aruba Salve wholly cured him Infitl Iblo for Iluitih Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fever Sores Dolls Skin Eruptions Chub lains Chapped Hands Soon 25calR K McRoberts PAINT MUK Mrs A R Estrldue and Mrs W G Komper were tu Lancaster Bhcpplnji last week Mr Orville Arnold of made a trip hero lest week Dr W L Carman and II J Iat rick made a trip to Louisville Sunday In Dr Carmans Auto Metcalf li her brother ut McKlnney Kentucky Mr Joo McCormack has sold his to Mr Burdett Ram toy at tlOO per acre Mr U E Williams left Wednesday cacept a purl Ion ns foreman In the tobacco business at Madison Indiana Mr Woods of JcKsamlno county was hero trying to hay up a number jf rice Jersey cows Mr Robert Mays who has been 111 for several weeks Is slowly Improving Decidedly the largest crowd of then that kayo been In Paint Lick for fears was assembled hero Monday III the Interest of the farmers meeting md politics Mr W D Hammock tins moved to ho homo vacated by MrW F Champ mad Is handsomely furnishing his bachelor nparlmenlsf Young Qrli Are Victims if headache as well as older winner all Rot quick relief and prompt ure from Dr Kings New Life Pills ho worlds beat remedy for sick and lervous headaches They make pure hood and strong nerves and build up health Try thom 25c at R E IcRobcrlr HAUK811UKV Jim Turner sold 4 calves to Noah I onco at 11100 per head Mrs Robt Humplirevs and datuh er Mugaret have been vlslllnn Mrs W Woods and Miss Mary Clicsnut Mr M F Rout from near Lexlng on was the guest of Mr J W Simp on one evening last week Mr Den Woods has returned from tssamlnu county where be has been o visit relatives Mr Millard Rogers and two of his hlldrcn who have been sick with ly hold revel are Improving Little M 0 Aldrldgo Lies been quite Ick Mr date Marceo has also been in tho sick Rev II M Shouse and family spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs J F lolltclaw of Lancaster Miss Jonnlo Skinner who has been caching school at MtjMartah closed school last week on account of DiphtheriaTho Rogers of Lincoln are at ho bedside brother who Is Ick of typhoid fover Mr Rob Rout who has been quite tick with at the home of his alher came hone Sunday The Ladles Working Society will neat with Miss Virginia Swbpo next Thursday at 2 p m Invitations are out for the leldWrlKht wedding which takes Mace the hilt of this mouth at Park Mace Methodist church Richmond a Mr George Rurdetto Wright ho prospective bridegroom Is a great of the late Ilurdelto Kern tor who was a minister of the gospel it this place for 40 yours Next Saturday evening the men of Pleasant Grove church will lve a reception In honor of their new Rev Helibreon of California Lisa Mr Jack Dunn and family who vlll loon remove to Lexington Jonah Murcee sold a pair ot mules o Humphrey 1300 to tin thaI routa Piles Lexington villi lOll hone and larm your J list her or their mea lclI bore pastor Mr urged ho spent Miss Docla nut Crutch rand aoh S C u HIGH ROYAL TITLES LITTLE MODESTY SHOWN BY oc CUPIEflB OF THRONES One Sovereign of Inilgnlfloant Empire Rejoiced lt the Appellation Great Thief Many Others Equally Ludicrous If ns reported the czar of Russia Intends to abandon his title of all tho Itusslni ho will sacri flee the most exalted of his many Ills allies a more recital of which would nil hair a column and which are cer thinly numerous enough to equip a score of reasonable potentates Hut oven tho proud array of titles cuts n poor figure beside that of tho sultan of Turkey who In a Turkish newspaper was described not long ago In these extravagant terms Tho finest pearl of tho ngo and tho esteemed center oftho universe nt whoso portnla stand tho camels of Justice nnd mercy and to whom tho eyes of thin kings and people In tho west have boon drawn tho rulor thdro finding an example of prowess amid tho classes a model of mercy and kindness our inflator the sultan of two shores nnd tho high king of tho two sens tho crown of ages and tho pride of all countries the greatest of all khalifa tho shadow of God on earth tho sue cessor of tho apostle of the lord of tho universe tho victorious conqueror Alatinzl Sultan AbdulHainld Khan There have been several who have actually claimed to bo dt vino among them the kings of Ava and of Ceylon each of whom was called God Ills majesty of Ava In his letters to his fellow sovereigns spoke of himself ns King of kings whom nil others must obey as ho Is limo cause of pres of all animals tho the seasons the absolute toaster of the ebb and flow of the sea brother to tho sun and king ot the fourand twenty umbrellas Tho Kandyan monarch equally In humility described himself ns limo protector of religion whoso fame ts Infinite and of surpassing excel lence exceeding tho moon the unex panded jessamine buds and the stars whoso feet aro as fragrant to tho noses of other kings as flowers to bees most noble patron and God by custom etc The shah of Persia has an amazing array of titles ranging from shahln than king of kings to such poetical attributes ns tire rose of do the branch of honor and mho mirror of virtue whllo his majesty of Arrnran wed to bo proclaimed as emperor of Arracan possessor of the while elephant and the two earrings and In virtue of this possession legit mate heir of Pegu nnd Drama lord of tho 12 provinces of Dcngnl and of tho 12 kings who place their heads his feet Tho king of Achcm boasted almost is many high dignities as there oro lays In a year amoug thorn the sovereign of thy universe whose body is luminous as tho sun whom God rcatcd to be as accomplished as tho noon at her plenitude whoso eye IIUers like tho northern star a king is spiritual as a ball Is round who when ho rises shades nit his people md from under whoso feet a sweet odor Is wafted Dut perhaps tho most remarkable ltlo any monarch was ever proud to was one borno by tho king of Monomotapa whose praises were rung by his court poets and musicians is lord of mho sun and moon great uaglclan and great thief Different Lions Percy Yes I pasted last summer n the mountains and the dear girls a lion of me Prudence How funny You must lavo been a mountain lion Percy Yes and this year I shall the summer by the sea and Im theyll make a lion of me again Prudence Gracious I Then youll 10 a sea lion I 10rland reGulator- of under own made pall lure autocrat czar lack- Ing General News John tjlnwnrl Krunwlr lawyei llnunctrr mid plillmitliroplit Now York of wllmiplnit It wits within two mouths of lilt oluli tleth blrlhdiv Act lov Cox pardoned forma SlHteTftxuinror W II In lictmmt III ferry evil Hrcnthlt connllfH under obtain tug money under f lo prounsos The nwwMln nt franca Ito beei Identified ns Inrhnn Aitnn n forme editor of n newspaper nt Seoul Hi mild that ho wai ono of nn organize t Ion of twenty Koreans who had nn onlli that they would kill th Japancso statesman William Sparks whose trlnl In Olr cult Court at Hlehmnnd n few tsar nan reunited lit jury was ad mitten to ball Thtmdav In the sum u 5000 Sparks was tried for the kll ling of JT CoHiiM a wealthy youni harmer last spring John D Hncknfeller the Standarc Ol mfl nnt hits announced o 1000000 to In iUliMnit tin hookworm clUoaso wl Is prcralen tlrntmhont thin South A control Mm of leading and edam tins has been named to handb fund Vital MnflsllM fnr the first months of MIA present your show nt excess of deaths over In Franco of 23 205 In 1009 the execs of deatln was 10 603 anti thU growing rtlscrep nncv has raised again a cry of alarm for the future of tho French race The LnkeRftheGtilf Deep W t r ways AsoclnMon adopfd a rcRolutloi anlhnrlzlntt KavanRiialt t nppnlrt a coinmlttco of GOO men It appear before the prnpcrcommlf ten o Tnnitrrw nnd demand that bomndn for llwdpnvnlnijof nel of tho Mlsslppl River Night risers attacked the homes o George Krcltz and lien Lon necker president of the First National Rank of MajHvUlc In the western purl Ion of Mason county Mr Krcltzs door was broken open with a crowbar nnd he was warned to pool his tobacco At Mr LonKiicckcrft houso tho lire was returned mad the riders were driven oil It Is reported that three were woundedAttorney General Urcalhllt has au thorlzcd the brlnul of legal proceed Ins to prevent the merger of the Cincinnati and the Lou NvIU and NaMivHh railroads The Frankfurt und Clirlniialj Is now In possession of tho Nash vlllo II L chief attorney of the LoutHxlile rind Nashville has Is sued a statement den IK that tho purchase of the Frankfurt und Cincin nail Is In violation of the State Con stitution Try This In November Thousands upon thousands of tam tiles who have not been regular of Quaker Oats will begin on the first of November and eat Quaker Oats onco or twice everyday for thirty days of this month ho result in good health and strength and vigor will every other month In the rear jMl find them doing the same fully and frequently for the thirty days of November and leap oft a cor responding amount ot meat and greasy foods Youll get more vigor and strength you over got iiuiiy eating While you this see that the children full share Quaker Oats Is packed In regular size packages and largo size family packages 7 hut charge or iris liming n gift ho h kin the births proI lon the chan ranklol t and and St fie eaters mo m an ll t tlrl g Try Itt St Quaker Oats plentl mor renlth th In da of a other kind of r yang n rr YiMWr died I tay tinder Ibn token a used aim President Luuisvmtle v HELP PUSH IT ALONG Are you for the advancement of Lancaster and Garrard County If PO loin the LANOASTER AND GARRARD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION Use the blank below Fill It out find mull to John M Farm LincaUor Tho membership feo of will not bo paid by members who enroll their names before December 1st All members enrolled after that date must pay ono dollar membership fee In addition to dues Not necessary to remit dues until Dec 1st Sign application now and help both town rind county LANCASTER and JARRARD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP MONTHLY I hereby apply for membership In the Lancaster and Jnrrard County Development Association and agree to upon notification of my election membership fee and twentylive cents u mouth dues Said dues to be payable ono dollar and pity cents on December 1 and one dollar scud cents on Juno 1 of each year ot my connection with said Association Signed Address Recommended by We wish to say to the public that THE POX STUDIO husnt boon open regular for Bomo tuna but will bo opouud every Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTOttS at the liest prices The FOX STUDIO u t I c I ono C Muunxttsun Fun SlOO 25ct9 19 A I dollar Dugs r pay medullar fitly w za t YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN UuuatUiJS 2ft for taut Dont full to see The Deacon a Court 18 tvooii for MM Dully Drown will receive orders I want your produce ti II ll6 If you harcnt been trading wither try us II M Ballpu the N 1lcaso brink mo your meat hams eggs tnd 1 wantydur trade ll52l MIM llallou 17 suuarHl 1owflls for lclfl Large stock tsfycenu Save thing 2t For Rent House nnd Lexington irrcet now occupied by mv elfforjrcar 1010 02021 Mrs Fishier Jim Ballou For Sale s Two houses In Paint Llck- iy belonRjritf to Henry JJeazley ces and u Paint Kentucky fc 10154t Eitray A oneeyed bay marc 15 hands blglj 2 years old came to our boufi 2 ca hls nftUixf U T Rsy nand Gates pd It- S Per cent Money Will loan In sutrorjJf 1000 or Inn mprlRBKO estate I IK IIU 11- 1o mnl 025cr U For Sale As wo have sold our home wo wjll tier our household furniture at rate aire pUfletoo md harness uood as now also ell In two cldsod carriages 02JH Mrs J C Hemphill Strayed train my premises last Fri night a brown marc 14 bands ilKli with rlgrft eye out snfall pot forehead harness on tFlnder please Cu r lvlsa Ky or Snlp Estls jaucaster Notice to Creditor All persons having claims against Robert M West deceased are hereby otltled to verify their claims accord ng to law them on or before November llti 1000 with ne at Dan Ille Uv r with attorney JY I Vllllam rt Lancaster Ky All persons Indebted to said West re requested to settlefortbj lth with ho undersigned George D RoBlnson Executer of Robert M West decd 108Ot Public Sale id otler for sale at our residence n Street orf of one e board cd room suits chairs arpcts dishes etc Also farming and ardent Implements Terms cash Mrs W A Reazloy arid Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Catalogue on application No Agents I Iexngton Kentucky 10Mll WANTED Highest prioe paid for Poultry FRESH EGGS BOots dozen food Coal and Salt cheap for cash Wanted Old Iron Metal Rubber 1 Q I tlntfio J IIHIWIJito IIIn tblny ateost alna Ilrtr II M 1I 1k1 OulflIIHtU1aJYhllolt N far Inlf or the Co 1Ualrou W eh r ln role 1o lenconNtJv 12 2t Sea Tim e E11I C r1ii V I a dollar tit cost Prim mane at Iuwr Its In try lot 011 i r1 ij I can the store ulco Ito l k t I IT want yo ala li 11521 sod 11or url Intormati n Jf r terms rrly to W I Lick a or t5 weeks alto own r rether b Ie same and a for IT Corn or mo IT ou li will d the toney late this it or q or o year ow Is a time plicaLion D wlnebroadI II all ubber I 11 I lay I Iii Should pd it I I I I and 1110 I e 1 fruit I Hillhnmeyor Sons Poultry Eggs Bones B Nortllcott14 w w r AYE It Nor every I now h display 11021 aolllrp Cabtrr mngailnriCr 11Q4BIft I pay Inch Rub t oli n nth eat t llouse r Arbt kieroQeo sums t v of stay to po tow oafpuu customer S tuts per se pray g real mark Wet Water SArURDAY OVEMBE iii- I 1 oclt k p our house id and lichen a ure co slat audson ding b liming to r chairs d able three seven eking and EL HAVE YOU I covered nrhwdwww Ills what delicious breath Rill pastry ODKLISK FLOUR makes If you havent better try a barrel when you bake ngalu Youll find you are using less lour and getting better results than you ever did with any other flour Order some OBELISK lLOUR now nnd youll always use it BANKS HUDSON The Wonderful WALKING AKE Baked on the Great Majestic Range Ladies especially invited Friday afternoon at j threo oclock K Dont Miss It J R MOUNT 60 J J WALKBU President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 01 LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000- B F HUDSON Cashier RiaNKYARstCashr 0 D WALKKK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson I F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Glbbs Lewis L Walker 0 A Arnold SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF KINDS AT McRoberts Drug Store B L Wood 1reit W C Fish Vice P t 0 Kcnptr Ciihtir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INUOlirOKATKO I PiAi WA r EJr 2 Iii I Frill if 111 pm I W O OO OOC c- ALL I C x OOc I W I r r iR 1 13B i- B 1- E3 fRi f3 D f3 J fB l I I M J L P r I M v1 1 OOOOOo O OOOOOOO I x- rs I ooooo1x OOOOit We offer you fair troat mont with every that is cqijaiatont with oonsorvntiro Bunking accommodation OAIITAZ 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 DIUMOTOllat U COY RQUUYN I B WOODS BUWOOUa WOKIBH a L ARNOLD J S BURROWS W o WYNN II Our Customers Fully Protetled by Fidelity and Catuality E K1 S r eyour Tobacco with BEAZLEY HASELIDEN We insured tobacco last In this and adjoining counties when other agencies could sot National otIafiticaster Phone are insurance- S N i year r Office Bank 31fII 4 s Farm and Stock J I Hamilton sold IM scion of the Charley Mitchell rlico nt Uftyflve dollars per acre I have I w lHyh irrinli1 Jersey co with second will Ml tilt Jtin It U Iliinry 0 H l 1 I llamll ton mild llto Jiituili Marsco place to W F Huffman at 85 dollars por ncrr 11000 for best 1 doz n earn cof n 5 for heAt hand tobacco luniiKUt to nice on or before Nov i court tl v 1 M 0 lanes the Insurance Man W y Simpson for W II Hurt 0000 pounds of tobacco to ijhclburn Wiiieliuiisc of Lexington at nn itv oraue price or 181 cent According to H report of the United Stitcii Depart merit of Aitikullurc too hens of tit country have pro duced an average of s nnnuuiy dull i tlio ptuft ten year the Insurance Man Horses and Mules Wanted Any ono having horses or muji Mil will by s cliiK me ayi will I buy them highest war W l HIM tun Lanciutjr Ky The time li now athand to do of tree and vine When the leaves fall then this work hmild br Fall prut I i and fill phntln 1ms Its advantages to our moderate cllmatPt To prune In the full you may have more lime to do If and It you better growth tie next year To prune trees cut out dead and thin out dense growth Fanners Homo Journn To Daolera In Cattle For grazing and feeding cattle call on or place jour orders with S A Cooper Com in Ifstun Co Kansas Cltv Ynrds careful Knliutlmifiir what you want be made by our V W O KansavClty Stock Yards 10l10t Dr II D Hodmans list Impott tlou of Jersey cattle from the Isle of Jersey has reached his farm near Shel byvlllc Ky This Imoortatlon con lIsts of 85 head of t ho best island type of Jerseys that money could buy This Importation mined lo the 80 head already at his rain gives Dr Rodman a herd of 105 head of Imported It will be remembered that Dr Rodman receuty siM at public auc tton every Jersey on hlspUce that Imd an American cross reserving only the Imported animate Ill herd 1 head ed by the great bu I Slockwi II which sold two years ago for l 1500 Three hundred and arty bushels of merchantable potatoes from ono acre pf ground Is u0 recoid obtained by James Peffer a market gardner of near Purls Ky The ground was vir gun coll and was plowed deeply in March Freezing weather followed pulverizing the soil which ny seeding time was In excellent condl Ion to re celve the tubers Mr the culture of the potitoe is not In Kentucky the grower Inva rlablr railing tu plant a sulUclent quantity of seed Mr Peffer In tel Hog of hit phenomenal success says that he never plants less than 15 bush els or potatoes to the acre while the usual amount Is never over 8 bushel To obtain the best results Mr Peffer says a loose mellow si 11 should be used deeply plowed and thoroughly harrow ed and leveled Draw the furrows three feet apart plant the tubers six Inches apart In the furrow and If planted early In March cover 1 lull 11 y and If planted toward April 1 cover deeply and always wllh a hoe M Peffer says that the selection of tho seed made with great care and as near as ble they should be or uniform size throughout each tuber being split with a knife both ways making tour largo place The secret of this says Mr Peffer h that tuber so plant ed wit furnish nutriment to the young pleat and nourish It till It Is ready to draw Its strength from tho j still resulting nlvuysln the young phut being vigorous and thrifty Jrsurfing rapid growth and early mater Ing of the crop Mr Piffer planted this year the Early Ruse variety u ig the Imported seed suet by digging aid markithg tile crop early realized an average price of eighty cents bushel LcxIiiKt in Herald FINK FAH31 IN UAKItAlID COUNTY FOR SALE A line blue yrai tarn sale iltuiled on oulh ul j i Carter conUliilUK AU acre locaind lit Kood nelxbliorliooiUbeliiK i prl ol the Jolm V U r trial with li njKOin new 3 ten n roum re liteuc with 11 n nlllll1llll lnl alA 4000 watered tU 1 ud rituuliv through TK njf c ih lu bttlnuce one and two o i l f lU coot luturitt uulll l iiuui looking or tie write W 0 WALKKKHUnlord Ky A Broken Back That pah In your back caused by lumbiiyo Hlilf muscles or a strait U an easy thlnu tOKft rid of IkllardV Snow Liniment vuics rheumatism T lumbago sore and stiff muscles strains sprains cuts burrs bruises scalds and all aches stud pains You need n In your house Sold by U F XcHoUtH Ha I s j p i u I 11 aid 2G soil I HO 000000 till orn and baeco- slllw t xt co It ay 2 a U Ualnca pr Ut t nl and 1110 of t III i elves tIf A t will OPark years expert hu r li nil cou to Patter says tuber should be that earth I pike near loiur Leavull lIuli mllrs fl II I blru WUI r lath creek hand lu ucb place lle I J E 1 Cal 1 iobrnati ucfes lit in e i egg r 1UnL rirget i 815 glvc- at yr rtheb p t tine lye rlcr- e rut pruning Stuck who haihad 7 ence fling rderRR u Please ad wlentuos Park Jerseys understood 1 4 S t I posit c l p P perk for nuw six r tell two lory therh net 1g hung years front day h per t rend w t or sue k bottle I fir d e w tk c p o Lclow thud hemline li for the sctn tire mo nf onr farmer iiitiicfllieriiitid l fur the at and alai tliliiiM on taunt t the former ctmiot afford lo III J o notice will he Accepted over llnci mill will two luuti lUcosrt I have 7 good 000 pound cattle for sale Lcaycll HryanUvllle Ky 1 have a good stalk Held of 60 acres A HI kin I have 12 head nf nice young owes for Niile Phone 245 MisH II At dcrson I have n registered Jersey cow with ten day aid fur snit Ed Perkins Marksbury I have 0 hemp brakes to sell worth I I he money It I South Mirksbiiry I lavo n nice sow and 10 shoal for sale Sow will weigh 300 pounds See John Anderson Mrs Emma Hlgglnbuthnm I I have 6 work funks 1 to 5 years i H ulsi 2 brood marcs 7 to 8 years old that I will sell worth fie muney T King Lowell HUCKKYK t purchased of Mr U Iliy sonic hogs at 5 a head I Miss Margaret OHearn spent Sat utdav and Sunday with home folks j M TO Hill and family Mr and Mrs John Teater Sunday Mrs Geo Ifendron pent Sunday with Mrs Jennie Uroaddus Mr Porter Wearren and family were guests of Mrs Wearren Miss Lennie Preston of Stone win the guest of Mils Dickerson Wednes day Mr and Mrs Hiram nay visited L L Sunders and wife of Crab Orchard tart week M Html Kurtz and family wero guests of Mr and Mrs Yin Burton SundayMr Walker nerd wife her parents Mr and Mrs U Ray Sunday Mr Virgil Layton of of her sister Mrs Por Lou Wearren Sunday Mesdames Fanny Jasper and Ida Walker of Jessamine visited Dr Hendron and wife 1 week Mr Jasper Noel and bride her parents Mr and Mrs Nick School er of Cottonburg last week I Administratrixs Sale As the Administratrix of Rice Lr tan deceased I wl 1 sell at pub gan on SATURDAY JfOV 13tb 1000 the follow Ing p rfmial property I pair 3 mares 1 colt 2 cows and calves 1 sow and some shoals 1 buckboard 1 buggy and harries 1 A harrow l 1 hay rake and many oilier farming Implemnis 1 ton or hay some corn blacksmith tools and lot of poultry Household mud kitchen Carlos made known on day of sale isit 10 oclock a in MIlt RICE LOGAN 11521 Administratrix For Sale Having sold GO acrts of unimproved land 1 will sell privately mr land of 40 acres at located 12 miles Etst of Vinchester on the from enure tfilles from grist mill HI or house etc It has 10 virgin soil 2 acres broke tlila vour i and 28 acresliim not been cultivated fur more than 12 years Improve ments consisting of u house of nine rooms 1 5 acre tobacco barn 1 stock barn that will hold 2 acres of tobacco at dune meat house hen house mud all other necessary out buildings Hood Just been 2 years House newly covered rued palmed farm Is watered by an iwcrlasl Inu also fenced For Information call on or write J Allen Winchester R 2 Norma phone 8083 Ksl Tennessee 02 1015 4t GEO W ALLEN Public Salt laving sold my farm m Hedttevlllp Kv 0 miles from and U miles dor on 1- W BUNKS hfulnnln V 10 h 1000 jk A M 23 mores of corn In the shuck 0 acres nf hump 1 1 Nhiiuk a lot or driver hay milk COWH all 3 wean ilnu helfern 2 twoyearold heifers mores vcarlltiK njarft cull sired by Dr MUIIKOII 1 mule 3 suckling colts two one hy fclVfr A ho 2 cutting two mid a lot other machinery and tqolsj liberal and made known on day of sfle- Olnnur will be furnished on the grounds i J If IIUT011WG8 P Ki lUli Subscribe for Recor I I I I i I j I t elect tour be lu of tbe free J U Ity1 I C lit I Mr George Hay Matte I I I MCCreary- was the guest tat III rho laic lnlJe nceof said Lu t a micro KyItn oI ere or und u In tobacco I fur her he fir R Duns U sum Lancaster on the naatur wIll sell to thus Ilh t anti best bid Y lit 10 n the dUIcrlhed J r e also a y sl d by Utant p two I afullTern I eeeeeeeaeeetseeeeweeeeveNi tale Nuck grail otdy otchuge It visit Sunday visited vl itt he sale the to wit mules eel about t i property Jereu barrows r Acts d i d d DOME IRONIES OF FATE It jN wAS Hiu from child hour Ive seen my tended hops decay Vlirn from n train I try to lee A pretty view lure to be A trnln of freight card In the I want there li milk Hut we are out of hurt Then when the mark rull you ire And 1 ilrftitrt wqjiM for ten That milk line all turned court ever hoOt there I like ways a ehorl cake a When I iro gadding rnllcn CorM From near amt fur away Hut when I closely Bray nt home Im certain not n tout will come Around the livelong dny Yet from thcue Ironies of Fate Let no allrglancn swerve Irrhnpi tin better 10 maybe Hy these mime queer contraries we Get more than we deserve Protection to Mothers While we nre waxing eloquent on the duty of the elate towards Its fu j taro citizens the children suppose we put In n word for the mothers For the women who bear and nourish thcso future citizens For n fact thnt the appalling condition of the slums is directly traceable to the bad start In life given to the babe whoso mother Is i not properly taken care of during con I flnoment and for the first three months afterwards Workers In the poor and slum districts say that the most distressing problem they have to race Is ulna hard tragic fact that mothers often work up to the day of childbirth nnd within n week even less after Work In the fac I tory In tho workshop at floors In tho business district any and all this Is done wills the future citizen I starves from birth and Is mentally and physically stunted because of lack of mothers care and mothers milk A noted German physician Prof nudln has proved that If In j fonts are fed for the first three months by the mother there is every chanco of their living and thriving To I this the mother should be so provided for that she can be treed from financial anxiety and the need of hard work for at least those priceless three months This Is trends that the mother should be Yoked after as an Invaluable eU to these future citizens CABINET THE PEACEMAKERS I I t Ills I secure a busIness proposition this which do first t frrtw- I liEN I i I 84 On year and year our family Didnt speak to them ipank me If I went there any J more But I waa awful fond of that Small boy that they call Jim And when he laid hello to me I ald hello to him I IAnd Ma didnt vUlt Jlmmlei- Ma And our Dads didnt speak But Jim and I slipped ort sonictlmci And waded down In the creek And wed swap marbles and one lie gave me top and string Cause I gave him my turn to rock In our old grapevine iwlnf But once I got the whoopln cough Ma said I caught from Jim So when I took the measles I Just gave em back to him And we was both ao alck nomehow The folka forgot to fu So now we lay hello to them N they say hello to ual Clean Silver With a wooden spoon In the water This Isa direction In an English pa per which Is valuable however funny It reads Valuable because many good spooni and touch One plato Is ruined by being washed carelessly and scratched with other metal Stir the silver gently with the wooden spoon allowing It to scrape together ns little us possible A little ammonia added to tiff water which should be hot and soapy will do away with tea quent polishing which U an Injury to good plate Whit U a DalnMarleT This Is tho name of a simple vessel which Is conve niently on the back of the range to keep tho food hot It consists of a lower pan of hot water on top of which la placed a colander covered In which the food Is put to watt for ierv log If one has not the real attic It Is easily seen how It may bo Im Provided Sean Salad Ordinary string beans cold boiled make a delicious salad when corn bloat with green peppers and eggs Chop the peppers very fine they aro butter when not boiled add thorn to the beans and sprinkle over all tho finely pounded yolks of eggs Garnish with Mayonnaise and two or three blla of rod pepper to each plate It Crime to neulect your health The worst nettled that you can be glibly of h to allow constipation biliousness or any liver or Vowel trouble to continue It Is polsonlnif your entire system and and mar to a serious chronic dls sease Take DalUrds Herblne aunt vet absolutely well Tho sure cure or and all trouble o the stomach and bowels Sold by U E McRuberts lu I time placed Olnt fMku I lead Ivcr hard bolled a ny POSTEDTuunnderslnnert hereby warn Init to till persons not to trespass upon our lamia for any purposo wlmtovcr wo will prosecute nil ulWndorn to fullest extent of Fishermen especially tnko notice Jno M turra tljulro It Parsons W 8 orutifton Kd N II 1rlco K 1 ItcrrhiK W A Price W S Kmbry b L lllch- MrnP W KlnnnlrdTA Kl In West OF LAWS ROOSEVELT IDEA OF RUDE AND PRIMITIVE JUSTICE Immunity for Sugar with Mllllont Unlawful Imprisonment for Small Malefaeton Pro nounced Innocent No criminal high or low whom wo ran reach will receive Immunity shrieked Mr Roosevelt In his Memo rial dRY speech at Indianapolis In 1007 As n matter of course wo shall punish any criminal whom we can convict under the law Wherever evildoers cod be they must bo exerted to stop crimes of cunning no less than crimes of violence At time Mr Roosevelt uttered these Inspiring sentiments the sugar trust was guilty of violating tho Inter state commerce law and the Sherjnnn antitrust law and was steRling money with both hands from United States government George H Earlo receiver for the Pennsylvania Sugar Helming Com complained to Mr Iloosovclt and to his attorneygeneral of the violation of the antitrust law and although no criminal high or low whom wo can reach will receive Immunity tho ad ministration refused to take any ac lion In regard to Mr Karlcs complaint Mr Bonaparte now explains the Itoosi volt policy on the ground that the complainant had railed to do the ROV Had Mr Enrlo offered mo any cvl dcnco that Involved the public Inter est I should hnvo acted ho says yet the sugar trust comes Into court and settles for millions In n private suit brought under the Sherman law rather than allow tho trial to proceed Tho testimony that forced the settle meht was tho very testimony that Mr Karlo offered to tho Roosevelt admin istration What a different picture of noose rcltlan methods presented Itself when the United States supreme court de ceded that confederate notes wero not- i counterfeit In spite of this decision and of tho protests of Attor neyGeneral Knox Mr Roosevelt re fused to release from prison n man who had been convicted without due process of law boasting that ho was administering rudo nod primitive jus tlce and that regardless of tho court this man was undoubtedly a scound ret and morally n criminal There was plenty of Hooscvoltlnn Justice for the man that pasted con federate notes but none for the crim ofIMore Hist cried the handsome hero In the heavy melodrama Thcro Is a plot on foot What Is It doing on foot shouted a lad In the gallery Why dont it come In an automobile Her Viewpoint His Wife Oh I suppose a mans judgment la fairly good at times but Her Husband Hut what His Wife A womans Instinct Is al ways better Real Thing Little WillieSay pa what Is a pessimist pessimist my son Is n man who derives most of his pleasure from his effort to spoil the pleasure of others Taking Chances follow Hugging making bad breaks Parker Yes hes one of those chaps who believe that Its cover too late to mend CURED BRONCHITIS Hopkins Her Life and Gasped for Breath Some live years ago I was liken wl h a bull utttck of bronchltK I wan Heeled with a bronchi cough and cold the cough wan ueneriilly mtioli more apparent at nUlit and I would wake up choking and K splni for and there seemed to ho a tar ruble stoppage In my throat and tubes My threat was tinder and luluUo and hid an aching which was especially bad at tlmoK I doctor rd tend wed several reinedten but rc calved no permanent Allot until I used Hyotnfl TliH remedy li cor tulnly Infill Hh anti I saved lilY lllo and I accord It the credit which It dc fiervcR There Unuthhir too for mo to say regarding Ilyomcl MrP Ada llopklno 8 i Gutter Ave Coldwater Mich AtiKiist 22 1008 H K MoIlobertsselU Hyomit It to cute bronchi h catarrh asthma croup buy foyer coughs and colic or money back Tim for a complete out 100 a y umel and a sent hard ruhher lilmlor It relieves misery slur atom iveh Uiklnnir mul euro ease or iiicii bark Lmro cf tab CO wuta Ljucglata lu uU towus give nit hunters and Mrs UebeccB he Trust Its justiceI pan rnments work In clinching tiff proof mono1 I UptoDate f PaA HarkerThat le always Mrs SavedChoked tin strong IIlllholIIe and ho vuarllnlce till wlll h uf II MIONACUres 1i IIIIh biz Jet tue hew Two SE15 lie lie Sly Was breath Bonsai pronounced pi ice on- lY drag CARDS J f M lit Uf Jforrotti Grmltinto lllmifi Bullifnctlon Uimrmilrccl Hitglies Swinebroad REAL ESTATE- Sell Iltrms on low Commission Titles bMrnclrd Phono 221 M oo l Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware Me Roberts DuncansShop for lint and Clean Steamed Towels and Stormed IlsEun We we lira hero to Stick to the old mlnlilelUilifr with M Mptlltuca and R three rlinlr Illchmond street T KING AiiclioneerLO- WKLL KENTUCKY Oct him to cry your salcx nest of reference J E Robinson LAWYER nod COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and District Court Police Court Phone 101 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTKK KENTUCKY vi HO us 15 BARBER Call In and get a Shave Hair Cut and Shampoo North lile ot Pnbtlc Square Hot and Cold Baths Once Hour Office over S m to 12 1 p m lo I Stormed Drug Store B F WALTJSR DENTIST Lancaster KyPhone 05 H J TINSLEY Count Surveyor fllONK rteOmen corner 81 and Public Sqn r Lancaster Kentucky M K Denny DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold Millinery PUBLIC SALE Cattle for parties coming jtn distance Lunch arJ12 Sato be 1 p in I II Vil AW KINS l53t Stanford Ky 11 R No S Croam Vermifuge A40J 1 Tfl your AtIlt year of J V U S Ufllae over T INSURANCE I I Or Shorth V1HrrJIE8 a v v Pitted rwuwx wwreaewrr arrxnapea eel rnroeat- Y eeoeeoe taeoooeee eaoeoeooea- on HeM apt reclate lade stay shop s 1 Lexington n AtG Nil ItNIFmnT 1tiDAY NOl 0 Cmtveynr ca both lit 6tunfurt lid Dauvlllo F o of Charge served t 1 guns al THE GUARANTEED REMEDY WORM Till CIJLnnE S FAVORITE TONIC or IUITATIONI THI csitvlm cutPAneo onu r DcIJordSnow Liniment Co ov M- OMolloberts Drug Store KILL TH COUCH CURE LUNC8 WITH Dr Kings New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND tUNQ TROUBLES 0VABANXEED SATIBPAOXOX OR MONEY BEVUNDED R U McUoberts Drug Sore OUIU AND THE FOR CSUOH I f irta Bolda urea How would you like nn Income of 5000 too 06- A 1 by putting hI n licnl of dairy cown nml imlronlxluc the n Ill tl rf VHM J U 1W V u tipwnrd per inontlii 16 to 20 cows will btln you loo oo nnd tipwnrd per month 35 to o Rood cows will bring you joooo upward per month Work Yes Hard Work but do you know of any wny of innklng money without work If you are looking for n Sung dont waste your time fooling with If you really want to Improve your ntandliiR lu the world ntid arc willing to study mud learn nod work there uo In histry that will respond snore quickly to your cf than dnirylng ilryiug interests an to Illinois Iowa Wisconsin Michigan New York nud Ohio ns to bncco hemp arc to Kentucky It is n well known fact that any nnd nil of the nbove named states me more pros porous than Kentucky due no doubt to the fact that their people arc quicker responding to new ideas anti new Inventions than are ours If you are to succeed ns n dairy titan you must good cows house them properly and feed them n balanced ration and then they will return you n golden harvest Come to the creamery amid let me explain to your In detail It will be worth your time Henley V Bastin r I F hAS AMM tMlr fi JOOoo taSnble can ti HIt to COW li ri i nI I li r t W IS tcows f ill l forts The 11 r i t ll nIij t I l M H tJ PI it r f- e J- setaIassAa statsvsrstnstatsasaaraatsastaisatt t ti 1let You l nod you putt good t slid t- It It t if- ty N d to ti ii 1 not 1 conditions t1 milky rr 11 t t- a 1 F rVIpr 7r1v fAIAiaIRIt PUBLICWe the undersigned merchants with the Merchants Commission of Louisville Kentucky The largest prcniiunyoiiccrn in this part of the country to give GOLD with every ice you spend at our rcspcctivu totes H T and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions R E McRoberts Druggist Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery- M K Denny Dentist J P Prather Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries When you save GOLD AMPS you are earning premiums which arc both ornamental on money you have got to spend nt yrnc store Why not confine purchascsVit and buy your goods for less nud secure many handsome premiums given in r GOLD STAMPS Hundreds of people have already started collecting them WHY NOT YOw Start today Call nt any store above mentioned and secure a saving book IRIJIv Premiums on display at Joseph MercatitilcCo Call and see them and be convinced I 0 h arranged Advcrlis Co AMPS Logan lothing f 1 I f ttsef and I our urn son C o the i I exchange I tally f r I TO THE rMMJV tIIMf MERCHANTS COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO 303 Commercial Htiildinp LOUISVILLE KHNTUCKV rMflfAAJf4 WE HAVE NOTHING EXCEPT Everything You Need FOR BUILDING Lancaster Lumber Mfg Go 0 A I i ri1 II 1 or 0 j BEA LEYI UNDERTAKER Arterial au Cavity Eahlata- o ftu off g Uutyllls Stash fULL or rAsgatl ALWAYS I I I p ylNa ANUUUAIAI ItUB89 1 liTOrN- r iiia