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THE CENTRAL RECORDPUliK RRhWlOitt VNTAItmiMt HEUOCllAC AND GOOD GOVERNMENT rWKHTtlttlt LANCASTER KY F1UDAY NOVEMBER 12 1909 I A AlI NVJtnllt1J- I i r r D Gasoline Engines Corn Mills Feed Mills Corn Crushers MCutters Wood Sows 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 II i 1 ji i J 1 j J t h t I h 1 y ri Mayor H T Logan has secured 63 members fur thu Lancaster and Oar rard County Development Association Messrs Mort Iloblnson J M Hyatt Bright Herring and Am llotirno aro serving on thu Federal Jury at Rich mond Grass Lust week about 25 acres of grass was burned on tho farm of 11 F Mud don near town It wascheckcd by tho hard work of about 20 men 11000 for best 1 di rt day once Man Rev Jacob Edwards colored has been canted as pastor of tho A M K colored church of this place to Rev Walde Memorial services were held Sunday afternoon at tho home of Mrs John E SlorinPB by the members of the Missionary society of tho Presbyterian church as a tribute to the late Mrs Dorcas Walker a lamented and faith tot member and tho esteemed Vice President Rents Property Mr Jack Adams has rented his house on Richmond street to Mr W P Gregory of Paint Lick possession to bo given January Jack hadnt run such a good race he wouldnt have to go t jail on New Years day Fox Hunters Meet Tho National Fox Hunters Assocla then Is holding Iti annual meeting at Lawrcnceburg this week with a largo crowd In attendanco Mossy W S and Woods Walker of upper Garrard two of tho best known fox hunters In the stale nccompinlrd by their Mr Turner of Mississippi are In attendance Mr W S Walker took Mr Turner which will bo entered for sumo of thin prizes and will doubtless carry away some of the honors Picture Show Mr G M Patterson has his new building near completion on Rich mond street where ho with Mr Sar gent are entertaining Immense crowds each evening with moving pictures On lost Saturday night they showed unusually good plcturcr and many peo pie had to wait for the second and third performance In order to get standing room Let every one patronize the show thereby forcing Mr Patterson to en largo his building and make an upto date opera house SeD Ill UeRc n Court oil r I I1r t- It rho Ilouso rlday urns care corn 0 for be hand to co hr ugh u my office on r b to NOV 2 Ed 0 Inca the In succeed visitor twudogs and Wearer Independent of All Trusts WORKING MENS SHOES MADE BY Endecott Johnson Co possess better wearing qualities than any others and cost less Every pair is strong and comfortable 2 his is the first and only concern in tho world to tan leather and aoll SHOES made from raw ma v torial direct to you less nil middlemens profits You got serviceable and wholly satisfactory shoes at lower prices than they can bo made for olsowhoro EndecottJohnson Co malts more Shoes for working than any other two factories in America Toro are many styles designed especially for different kinds of work nt prices ranging from 1GO to Better Shoes for less money j UOGflN All tho very latest creations In Young Mens Boys anti Ohllr drona Clothing at pricey that defy competition Seo us and save money Ir 11i- 1f 1 1 To rIJ1 1 i Iyj j J men 00 1 H T fi KI t ti l u1 J- f pI Ir 1 RI i n 3 Ind i14tt tens v- k6f J V a Send In for the Lancas ter undGarrard County Dovolopmcnt Association mid try to win the Mm Mury Miller Frlohlo It htlll up on nullercr from toimllltl1 MSJi Hlfdlo McUlnro young daughtcrof Hrs of Sim ford reported quite sick but later Information MIOWR soma improvement In her condition The report given our Pdlnt Lick correspondent tlm cITed that Mr llurdclb llamsey lind purchased the Joo McCorniuok farm wasnn error nit a letter from Mr lliunsey Mites that ho never nn ofTci on It For Sale Ax we tuiMiome w will also I 1020 4 t Mrs U Hcinplilll Tlio membership of the Lancaster anti Oarrard County Development As sociation Is growing radldly Wo 200 members by tho first meet lug which Is Tuesday night Woyem her lOlh Thh meeting will bo held at 7 oclock at the Odd Fellows Lodge rooms Tho of tho Mercer county bar presented Judge W 0 Hell with a handsome silver service at the close of his court In that county This 1st tie gift only went to express the high esteem In which ho was held at hl hours The Judge has many warm friends In Garrard who wish tutu much success In ail he undertakes In tho fu lure Dairy Starts S W Moss started lilt dairy wagon on Tuesday with several customers lie has purchased n walton especially for llil wurk and lovers milk once a day during the winter months nod In the summer twice n day except Sun day Silas has lots of good cows and those who buy milk from him will have the satisfaction of knowing that It Is clean and pure Collision Ron H II Tomllnson a se rious railroad wreck near Knoxvlllc on Monday night He was returning from Anhville North Carolina where his daughter Iss Margaret has been for Bomo and wo arc glad to re port she Improved In health Tim train on which ho traveled col lided freight train demolish clng both engines destroying three cars In front of him killing two lire men one engineer and wountllng soy eral others Mr Tomlinson was thrown ncross his coach but was not Injured Houses to bo Eroded Ono of Lancasters best business men Informs us that he Is going to build several modern cottages with the conveniences of and Mjhts In each In tile early spring Such cot tapes will be In demand both for and for rent persons are anx ious to move hero but are kept away on account nf scarcity of houses Let tho good work go on Wo should have twentylive houses built In the city limits In the next twelve months Bob Whites Plentiful The outlook for quail hunting Is good provided we have some rains be fore next Monday on which day hunt lug will It was thought at first that the crop would be short but reports show that a second hatch was made after the first was drowned by the spring rains In this section many birds will not be largo enough to kill for several weeks Reports from many sections of the State es pecially lu the mountains and on tho Virginia border line show that tho quail crop Is larger than for many years RELIGIOUS Elder M Tinder Is engaged In n series of met tings nt lIen Ings school house The Ladles Aid Society will meet Saturday afternoon at time porno of Mrs Emma Kaullman The First Quarterly Communion of tho church year for the Lancaster and MoKondrco Methodist congregations will bo hold at MuKcndrco church HUbbell Friday November 20 and 27 Rev I W Robeition will conduct tho service assisted by the Dr 1uarco vM preach next Sunday at Hubble at 11 A Ji and and Lancaster at nUht John Steward Kennedy one of Americas llltlo knuwn hell men who died of whooping cough In lilt Now Yurk rckldenco recently left bequests of more than 25000000 to religious clmrattblo mid educational Inslltu lions In lilt will rime gift U Iho larg oat slnglo contribution of Its kind ever mudo and the Inuludo ed ucational and church Institutions North East and West lu the country and one abroad six Ig all Road This Pr U I1 PliurcB liberty hid says I have tested Hourbpn Hog Jhylera Remedy In ton cases of cholera thin full and U has proven successful In all but one It according to IntrucllonH In the case In which It fulled Sold by J U Mjunt Co singaa tj the sick Iht being a ho A S 11 Ice 1I have sold will offer min houseli fur slur prl vato sill aim rubber phaeton und barn ss nod nun sell i lot two cll carriages J expect wash M Ith a sale I 1 pasts the 21st South was nut II your was at hr Iii est In d members time s wafer M any begin beneiici a lea iivon Mr Henry Ulddlobcrger of Paint Lick has taken rooms with Mrs Edna Francis Tlnsley ilros sold their crop of to bicco to Milo Simpson for lute per pound Tlifn In tho best price that has been paid In the county this year A Joyous Feast Pine banquet given by tho Adult Bible Class of tho Christian Church at the Kcngarlan on Tuesday night will bo long remembered by those who wore In attendance Time menu was perfect In every detail and appoint marl the board fairly groaning under every luxury In and out of season At for partaking of the bountlous feast It II liaison actd an and the following gentlemen respond ed J II McNeil of on Hlblo School for al the People W 1 Wllihmvun Education the Church Gives and fc M Tinder on My Clas In thh combination iho physical and spiritual man both feasted to their entire satisfaction The oujtjjt of tho banquet was to draw tho class closer together and create more Interest In tho Sunday school work Publicity- M D Hughes chairman of the Pub Committee for time Lancaster and Garrard Development Aasocla lion has named the following as j of his commlllee Misses Ida ana Lou Grant Gco Smith Jr II C Hamilton F S Hughes Lancaster Ivy Miss Jennie Swope Marksbury I Miss Miytno Ballard Oryontsville W II Furr Flat Woods Miss Florence Chrlslopher liuena Vista Eliza Ruckcr Paint Lick Miss Katie Mae DIckerson Buckeye Each member Is requested to write an article not to exceed 300 word concerning the resources and advan IIRCS of their respective sections which will be used In aLa fur advertising our city and county Please mall to the chairman who desires to get the population of Garrard county Iho area tho amount of each crop raised this year and the number of horses mules sheep hogs and cattle shipped annually School Notes The school realized twenty eight dolhrs from the entertainment Mop day night This sum will be used for the grade libraries We need seventy live dollars more to make these libra rles what they shoud be Tho teachers met Saturday morning for their study of school problems and some very Interesting discussions were held School sanitation was the topic under discussion The more we study thH subject more Bro we convln ced that effective class room work largely and at tractive surroundings Mrs A R Price and Mrs Johnson Price visited the school Monday Tho first quarter of school work closes this week Examinations will be held on Thursday and Friday Miss Smiths room gave a very good literary program last Friday after noon about half the pupils In her room taking part Tho pupils of the High School will give a program every two weeks tho first to bo on Wednesday afternoon be fore Thanksgiving Mrs Burosldes music pupils will assist at each second meeting Tobacco Notes As a result of the prolonged dry weather which has rendered tobacco In such a condition that It can not be handled there was a decided falling oil In the receipts on the Lexington loose leaf market last week as compar ed with the receipts of the preceding j week Total receipt for the week ending Friday night wore 305295 pounds as compared with 610655 pounds for tho j proceeding week which was a falling off of 205200 pounds j The general quality of the offerings j for tho week Just closed were odds and ends and tall ends of crops and very little real good tobacco was seen on time market The demand was strong nn all grades and an advance of from 1 to 12 per 100 above the price quoted last week was made on several grades There la a keen demand1 for color prudes at fancy prices but the offer lugs of this class have been Very lira Ited The highest average price at any one house was 1542 and a few good but not fancy crops averaged 1700 910 10 91023 1015 1580 and 1640 Fortyseven thousand and the pounds wore sold Nov 0 at prices ranging from 8 to 2060 a hundred Tho average close to the 13 mark but as tile offered was ot the Inferior sort the pt Ice was consld erect excellent Enough Said What sort of fellow II bet Ho layi hi right Index Inter against cheek have his picture taken Another Star Student of Ailronoroy I have dl covered a star professor she In uu boyT TJarvard Lampoon Probably Not Silo beneath her husband know ItT liThe 1I licit members j c time depends upon healthful d his to toasl master Winchester Miss lit cs morning grads now1 hats floes vto4otot n o t oiot 0410 1 04040 Cet The Best r nHVruvcuvaaavaav m MarkII Irh Trade r THE 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 I S w s t 1 s fr ids 1rVt441Stl 4 4 4MQ t A tiA9titydSfY it7tlta7469A t I fiVE DOLLARS IN GOLD IIThe Lancaster and Garrard County Development Association which was formed here this week wauls a slogan or battle cry which will help it win In Iho great commercial war now In progress between different com munities for supremacy and will glue Five Dollars In Gold for the best sug gestlon sent to the President of the Association John M Farra Lancaster on or before November 10th The slogan should not be wore than eight or ten words and should bo es peclally expressive of Lancaster and Garrard Countys Interest or what both must stand for Thlsslogan Is to ADE IN SOUTH BEND 111I ALL be used In red ink on every piece of literature Issued by tho 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 and letter heads The asso elation has appointed U E Hughes President Kentucky Electric Co Louisville lirlnlon B Davis Presi dent Commercial Club Louisville and A B Lipscomb Secretary Commer clal Club Louisville as a committee to award the Five Dollars for the above named prize i r II t i 1 i r envelopes I For convenience time following blank may be used Fill It out and mall John M Farra Lancaster I respectfully suggest the following as an appropri ate slogan for the Lancaster and Garrard County Dover opment Association Signed Address f In order to MAKE ROOM for my large SPRING STOCK i 0 0 0 OI Into H m oooooRoooo oo oooooooo o0 oQ j j J Buggies and Harness I will give a set of HARNESS with every buggy sold as I have only a few left Come at once W J Romans I I 4 i 11 n j to r i Upon trI i1s CENTRAL 11EC01Um- auKn witKKiY IIVOA YKAU F S HUGHES EdrPubr nt A ll OJlt t HiMilffi Member Ky Anoclatlon lid Eighth District Publisher gue Lancaster Ky November 12 For Political Announoamenti F r 1rccliict and City ODIcc For County Olllccn 1000 Fir Htaln and District Onices Fur CallH per lino 10 For Cards per line 10 Fur nil publlcul Ions hi Inter Individuals or expression of Individual views per hue 10 Obituaries per line 05 The proposition to make agriculture a regular branch In Stets Normal Schools will meet the hearty approval Ui uiui wealth conies tint of iho earth and morn ittudy luieccksary t iget tho best In farming than any of so called professions with their volumes of rules and commenttries The tact Is It requires more Intel Ucnce to be a sticcessful farmer than It dues to to a lawyer br physician and tho vocation Is highly honorable and praliworthy Wo quote from James J 11111 In tile Worlds Work If 1 could have mv way I should build a couplo of warships a yoar less that 5000000 or 0000000 a start ut least nub thousand turul schools In tho United States Ht JiOOO a year each In the shape ot model farms This model farm would be simply a tract of land conforming In size Mil treatment crop selection and rotation and methods of tion to modern agricultural methods Its purposejwoutd bo to furhUh to all its a working model fur common Instruction Cultivating perhaps train forty to sixty acres it could exhibit on that area the tages of thorough tillage which small farm makes pusMt IP of seed specially chosen olid tested ment at agricultural college farms of proper fertilization slock raising al ternation of cropland th3 while scl entlflo and Impioveddystcm of seeding harvest ing and mar kiting Tho farmers of a county could see as they passed Its borders how tin lr dally labors might bring Increased and Improved result Tho example could not full to impress itself upon an Industry becoming each year more conscious of Its defects and its needs As Lust as It was Mowed It would Improve farm conditions make this a form of enterprise more attractive to thu young and the intel ligent and add enormously to the volume of farm products which con stitutes ourendurlng national wealth The Impression among some that the vote of the colored man Is an asset In the hands of the republican party is not btlleved by everybody This would be u slavery more galling than that from which they released They are beginning to think for them selves and the more they become en lightened on the principles advocated by the party the more vote wltlf that party as many did In the recent election They are also Klveu them IB by democrat and when In want or distress they are generally Democrats They should also that we would not have them back In slavery und that the Democrats helped to make the Federal array strung enough to subdue the South and gain their freedom Returns show that the Democratic landslide 2nd Is unprecedented In the history or Kentucky politic The Republicans lost many counties and districts that were never known to fall them The largest Democratlo gains came from the mountain section of the State Time Republicans elected only ono State Senator They sue cccded in defeating the Democrutc nominee In tho Campbell dls tilct The Democrats elcctsd E Ber tram for too Senate In the Sixteenth dutrlct which has heretofore had a Republican majority of nearly 3000 The next State Senate will stand Democrat to twelve Re publican The llouso of according to Incomplete re turns shows seyentyjlx Democrats aid twcntyfcur Republicans were elected Republican lenders are denouncing the hill and Its effect was tell on too second not only hero but In Massachusetts the homo of vast man ufacturlng Interests and a republican itronghold where Uovernor Draper was by only 8000 although the Slate went 00000 republican In 1007 This shows which way the wind blows and If we will slick to thin text sad nut BO ult on some side issue that will lead the people from tho vital question victory In the history of limo tuition will be won In 1U12 Lew extravagance other sour cell Of revenue and less burdens on Iho a nmssef should be our slogan This signal victory of thin Uentocniti It thunder tgnw that the patty Ih unltsd awl Uiej eoplo are re lliluK that the bill U 9 nj ra hey all It M Enl Jill p SuondCIo MU J 00 CRt at uu Query progressive our results Perhaps Otto would do I would take I by expel II j 1 I t i learning that moat ot the rtlleved by remember twent Ix tatl vest ole ted the wrraHst i nil tells W 00 tt Matter Pro y le l bale t f 1 iG r r the All 1 r l yearn agric cult i ady cu ill vat ion must ace i I I Y t were 4 twill empluym t C t county i Repres elm i until i lust t 18yn tsritf ul tine ant COLONEL BILL CIGAR r d or tnl passed In the Interest of tho facturers nnd that it Imposes n den on the masses by Increasing the cost of clothing and provisions Ken republican strongholds linvo doted to tho camo of Justice reputll CliO counties and cities have enlisted under our banner nineteen Senators were elected and all lire Democrats The expression of Lincoln about fotl Wit the people al time time applies In this case It we keep time Issues bo toro the people wo have smooth sal Ing In the next State and National elections Ilotii Sam Shnckclford Coroner elect will on Saturday January 1 1010 proceed to hold an upon tho remains of tho Republican patty In Mercer county If any there and the following gentlemen aro cited to appear at sold time und testify ns witnesses Gcorgo Robinson William llerndon Thos M Caldwell W N Drown Jr Plank Carey S 0 Foster GranvlUe Preston oust Cna W Uell The object and purpose of sold I quest 1 to bo to ascertain If of what aliment derangement dlsarrniigement sold Republican party diddle and whether of Internal dimension general dissipation or just plain dlscomboberatlon Harrods burg Herald We said that we would win If we Rat a fair count which wo did and tile result U overwhelmingly In our favor It would have been one hundred votes larger In some races It the election commissioners had corrected a plain clerical error wnlch they could have done but they would not go behind the returns and they did right After the election some democrats remarked In the presence of Judge E W Harris a republican who was Police Judge that ho was tho only nest rag the republicans had left whereupon one of tho party said If the egg hatches It will he a goose Cift Turn Austin an old Union 0 Saufley so closely In the Ohio raid In 1803 that the Judge was forced to leave a biscuit which a lady was hand Ing him on n plate and yet they fought together in the last political campaign Tne progressive republicans will make it hot for the standpatters when congress convenes in reference to any attempt to curb anti trust laws or weaken the power of the Inter state Commerce Commission Tho clizsns of this section will steeple regret to hear of the death of Ron G QGIIbeit ably rep resented this district In Congress tour termc He was a billllant lawyer a profound statesman and a polished Did we hear someone that the new City Council was going to order concrete walks put down on the Square lint That h the place to begin and then have them extended out each street The redistricting commission by Governor Wilson will likely disband as we have a legislature that will attend to that matter and be democratic It will do Justice to all sections i The Frankfurt correspondent to the Cincinnati Enquirer nominates Judge MO Saulley for tho next governor of Kentucky We join the Intel Journal In seconding the nomination Judge M 0 Saufleys majority in the district composed of Lincoln rard Boyle and Mercer Is 1031 Capt Herndon should move that It be made unanlmoiiH Inteiior Journal Hats oft to C A Arnold democrat er laM workerc Capt Herndon sold Ill bet that Judge 3anfley doesnt bother me any II UNION Jerry Donahue bought of J D Nave one yearling bul for 25 It F Parsons bought a house and 10 acres of land tram Joe Ball E U Uamihack sold his blacksmith tools and rented hli shop to Henry Conn Henry can repair anything from a bolt to an airship A J Miiiual has about completed a dwelling on time 22 acres of land that he bought from J D Nave for 1200 Mr E II Walker did not return from LouhvlUe as was reported Ills condition Is now very favorable Forced Into Exile Win Upchurch of Ulon Oak Oklu was an exile from home Mountain air ho thought would euro a fright fullungracklng cough had delled M remedies fur two yours After six1 hUttips Then I hegan tq used Dr Discovery he writes and after thk six bottles 1 am as well us overt Huvea thogsalids yearly from desper Ilixi fllaaiiilall T u 111 llr W Ugujjlis and Colds It dispels Ioarse ness oust tiara Throat Cusp drip Hemorrhuges Asthma Croup Whooping Cough boo 1100 trial bottle r e guaranteed by K MclloberU M i jtij has beau redeemed some ot the Inquest boo possible elected says tllllt he chased Judge gentleman Public appointed Ic campaign chairman and many more that returned fur and I 1 r sol tri trig mn b lucky curt old steel oast dier whose asp g death dogs C1 Gar lug u u of V cei Or Vurlgc Sanlley e nls the DUIrlct by 1031 U L tlubblo Is elected cast for the Constitutional mcnt und 81 against It In county llctow we glvo each candidates voto nnd majorities In Qarrard couttyt For Circuit Judge M C Saun y 1035 Win Ucrcdon 1330 Maforlty SCO For Commonwealth Attorney Cliaillardln k1000 Kjr Sehator II L Ilubblo 1C03 Jnyson Wesloys 1350 MJorlty 203 For Kcprccnt Hive J O noglo IMI J F Mtrsco v 1385 Majority 140 For Circuit Clerk W H Mtson 16PO No opposition For County Judge A D Ford 1571 WOMiyH 1315 Majmty 200 For County Attorney J E Robinson 1634 U D llerndon 140- 2Mnloilty 132 For County Clerk J V Hamilton i1003 No opposition For Slier I IT Qco T Dullard 1CCO Alexander Layton 1323 Mijorlty 337 For Assessor W S7 Carrier Jolla McQuerry 1327 Mijorlty 188 For Jailer Jack Adams I 1557 1312 Mijoilty 245 For Coroner Henry Simpson 1037 Frank Hourne 1310 Majority r318For Surveyor II J Tlnsley 1577 No opposition P School Superintendent Miss Jennie HUglns 1521 No opposition For Justice of tile Peace J P Bourne C09 No opposition LORan Ison 400 Scott 175 MuJirlty 315 Harrison Ray 300 No opposition J B 370 No opposition For Constable Frank Loss l Written on ballot Raymond Davis 358 Lcm Irvine 188 Majority 170 W II TankerMey 300 No opposition CITY RACE Police Judge E W Harris 182 J A Royston 80 Majority 102 For Mayor H T Logan 227 No opposition For City Council No opposition J It Mount 220 JT Hill 228 HO Hamilton 228 j w Smith 228 0 S Oreenleaf 228 V M Xinone 230 Several reputable gentlemen who were at the polls and who are with tile conditions assort pos Ively that a clerical error occurredU fr n III Carrier Jack Adams and Miss Hl glns 100 votes lefs than they ally recelvert The Election mission would behind tho Wo had enough wltbjut It so tho uso worrying MAIIKSBUHIT Business meeting at the church Saturday morning at II oclock We are glad to note that Mr TeJeaf Pollard Is at home agala improving slowly Mr Fred Boldt who has been tho guests of Mrs Elizabeth has returned to his homo In Indiana Master Glass Carrier earl sLster Ruth visited their auntMrsMcVlior ter at Paint Lick Saturday and Sun day Mrs Monlo Dunn and MUs Ella Dunn of Danville kayo been tho guests Misses Levlo und Susan A Dunn x Rev Ilellbron was tho guest at the homo of Mr J W Simpson Saturday tilled lilt npppiatment at Pleasant Grove Sunday morning Mr J W Woods la insisting Mr Rout In thu store during time illness of James Uoykt n Mrs lion Hughe alil Dollit Hughes of Lancaster have beon visit Ing her mother Blrs Marguret Button Mrs Edith Shouso entertained of this week Tim did dinner consisting of tho sad a dollgbtlii day was spent Dr Mack Elliott sold lisp turn re purcliased Hlpbavd Mo for 10300 to Mr N I0 cs j rd In e lie n l Countur nator by 314 there were OS Nil OPPllllltlJI I i Nllh NOt i J E Gray For ted East gluing S returns what Burgess and or the nlblo Class at suaban Sin vul amen gotta 1111 111rrr1r r ergo tK Jan outgo S 1 r R t din apt Nlo waq thoroughly Onto moat tom I Cow rax bib act nub left nor lea at ai M Mr Cobb will not get possession for n year Mrs J W Slnipion entertained a iniuiuorui incuun ok uiiiiicr jucniinjr of last wcok rime guest of honor wns Mrs Jed Dunn Mr James Royslon has been sick for the past week with tonslllt Ifi M IRS Elizabeth Simpson dolUhl fully ontcrtnlncd the at Wednesday of teat week Mcsdames have Dunn nod William Maughmaii of Danvlllo visited the homo of Mr 0 A Robinson Misses Iutilo Hello lltirk anti belli Uryant were III Danvlllo evening vl I lag fi lends Rov Shouso lllcd Mi apFolntmeiit lleiiton Sunday Ho also visited limners Chapel and did soma splendid work there A Hairs Breadth Escape Do you know that every time you hue a cough or cold and lt It run on thinking It will just euro Itself you are Inviting pneumonia consumption ot coma other pulmonary trouble Dont ihk lu Put your lungs buck In perfect health and stop that cough with Kallards Horehound Syrup Price 25o 60o and per bottle Sold by U E MoUoberls lm HUENA VISTA Mrr Clark Connecticut has been the guest of her nephew Frank Wills and family Mr James Hamilton of Lancaster was a guest In this vicinity Sunday Tho paitor Rev T F Walton Is conducting a meeting at tho Prcsbr terlan church All are cordially lu vlled tj attend James Splllman of London was the guest at Chaij Rubinson text Wednes day Mr and Mrs John Poor have rc turned from a UUhtlr daughter Stanford Mrs George Darnctt has been on tho sick list Will King of Lowell was mingling with friends here Sunday Measles In a mild form have appear cd hero and several have fallen victims ThM Poor and wife of liurgln spent Sunday with S W Poor and family Richard Leathers of Mercer was the guest of his slater Mrs W II Duncan a part of last week Ray Hall and wife of Lincoln have been tltiung Mr and Mrs Will Eason Richard Wood or PollysUend contemplating the opening ot a gen er l merchandise store here about tho of tho year A A Tiny Baby cant tell you In words what the trouble in but If Its complexion gets pasty If It gets weaker and weaker loses flesh and li cross and peevish you can be certain that it has worm Give It Whites Cream Vermifuge guaranteed harmless Expels the worms and puts the baby In a healthy normal condition lm JJKVANT8VILLE Mrp dallle D Welch went to Sunday to her daughter Mrs Sam Dcatherago Miss Mitllo Deane of Jessamine has returned home after visiting Mrs Charlie Deane Mrs W J Hoitan 1 In Lexington where she went to see her grand daughter Miss Anna Leo who has been quite ill of pneumonia Mr Nathan Noe who has been quite 111 still continues very sick Miss Joe Helen M net has been the guest of Miss Mugaret Dcerlng at Nlcholasvllle Mr and Mrs J C Williams and children spent the week with rcla lives at Danville Dir W M Elliott and I C Rose have bought of J II Durham his lino of drugs Dr Durham Is going ehewhere to locate Mrs J II Dean Is ylsftlng relatives In Jessamine Dr W M Elliott sold the turn ho recently bought of Mrs R A Qruth Jr to Mr Cobb of Fuyetto for Q200 Mr Cobb formerly lived In Ourrurd and his many friends very much pleased that ho will return Mils Maud Martin has Deco the guest of Irlunds In Danville Mr Jesse Ferklns returned to Louis vlllo Fildav attar spending several days at home Our thriving little town Is rapidly Improving Mr Homer Stone of Cin cinnati arrived Monday and od Ids tonsorial parlor Your putron age will bo greatly appreciated and you will bo pleased as M Stone Is an Tho reception given by the 1 idles of the IleasantGrpvo church Saturday afternoon for Mr oust Mm J II Dunn and family was en joyed by every ono present Mrs Slim llaselden vultccl relatives at Uurglu of headache as well as alder women but quick relief anti prompt eurO from Dr Kings Now Life lo II liervoun headaches They make pure and Htrouu nerves and build up Health Try them 25o at II V lm r j I Ic s Bible 11111 too visit near lInt Richmond D has open You Grl Are Ylotlm all the comedy for tick I Class Ut visit lYuolf are t thutuu Uly last weak 4s gib VII worlds n your I P elk rid Lancaster Is tho geographical con tor of tho State of Kentucky Is ono of tho largest hempshipping points in and ono State Bank and Trust Company Has ono oftho host od Sohooluin Kentucky Has two flouring mills Is one of tho States best wheat and corn markets Han electric lights wat or works and telephone ox changes with independent and Hell long distance con neotions Has six ohurohes Has two good hotels Has enterprising mor chants in gall retail linos Has a big Creamery With An Abundance Of Raw Material Lancaster Needs factory A tobacco factory Fruit and Vegetable canning factory A Paint Factory to use the countys wonderful of bary tcs A Loose Loaf Tobacco warehouse An Ice Factory An Automobile Garage Wholesale Grocery Garrard County Has a fertile soil upon which is raised a diversity of big crops Is one of the largest and best hemp and tobacco counties in the state Has as many miles of good turnpike as any coun in the state Produces fine grades of all classes oflive stock Has excellent schools and many churches Has prolific orchards and vineyards Both Lancaster and Garrard County Offers abundant oppor tunities for and induce monts to the capitalist and the laboring man Here is a that is Administratrixs Sale As the Admlnlatjmtrlxof Rica Lo gar ut I V W gan on I SATURDAY NOV 13lh 1000 the following pcrconal property towlti I pair mules 3 1 cult 2 caws and calve 1 sow and some shoatf 1 buckboard 1 harnesH 1 A Imi row 1 Disc harm 1 hay rake and many other farmjjfg 1 ton of hay corn blacksmith tools mud lot ofJvoultry Household MRS mON LOgAN Administratrix The Shoal Food for WoH ri Time bo t food for thjwo who work priced nniooB that and vigor without taxing dlgos tlon Riiil yet It Is tho lvo food ono can cat Tills tooth low coatlnnl nt n HIA want to good train what they tarot hands foj Plentifully polo will work and fatigue than It very about laude were gathered t fcs or Fishier of University In 1008 In addition to lie i ac ago pate Is In largo slxed packages either with or without china I A the State Has two A hemp deposit dcceat ell t Itt the e u d sun and kitchen II Uptro Perms tom known oil of sale Sale hjcgims 10 oclock in 115t with hand or II never high InQuakernails Hour lament t grog value nd It I eat food f who cot the gnu ust u t I Iclor r n QUI ur lilt U ted on nlnto s abhor kind of toad ot theao ctQ were Proyad oast tg k r b Nation a1Bnnkn Grady hame lifo unsurpassed Inch l nco ut the auld Lu day rain Qua etter All Intones uman THE fiarrard Bank Trust Co INCOHIOUATKI Capital Stock 5000000 R K McRDUHRTS Vrcst J C Bttbntifca i Vice Pros R I Ilurton a Vice Prcs- J W HLMORR Cashier D V Pmiu R T Itlklu Hook Keeper We Invite Your Patronage The Formers BLink I C uhler Lunoattwr Ky r111t THE Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20OpO A N OEJI1V tictldiai STOHME3 VlctPml- S C UBNilV C klir J F Robinson Awt Caslir Saml DCochran Alex It Dnnny A 0 Robinson John K Slorniw S C Dt W I William National Bank J I It T 1 lIIbry DUI ItCTO liS J Gill Ilook keeper L Young Girls Just entering Into womanhood often suffer much pain and misery during the change of their physical organization during that trying period and has clung to them ever since Cardul Is a friend to young girls as well ta to women of all ages It has been found to help women during their trying periods by pain and restoring disordered organs to youtheir rellevin Take CAR Mrs Mary Hudson East man writes Whllo staying with mo and going to school my young sister was In terrible misery I got her to take a few doses of CARDUI and It helped her at onco I havo taken Cardul my self and believe I would been under the clay had It not been for that wonderful medl cineTry Cardul It will help you For sale everywhere B4S have SHOES von MEN An Elegant 5c Smoke L Here we go htcl and Rundown heeU malte the youngsters slices go quickly Try Butter Drown Shoes Extra heavy extra wild heats arc what last Themes double wear in every pair tool orn out toes+ COLUMBIA DoubleDisc Records 65c They fit any machine nnd outwear any other re cords in time world Double value fur your money I Get n catalog I F G HURT I I t CaL tat BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 250 Youll Get Satisfaction There is More Actual Comfort in n pair oWlilto House in other choo you could buy Ii I tIroff r p became they are built on oclcnllflc lines cf correct locj form which means feet comfort Whlto House flliooj fit tho fact snucly rlJiout cramping and cover a lane range of styles and lasts This gives every ono tje style ho wants and populir price Whlto House Shoes WKlto House Show for for Women Kentucky Drills Vulcan Ploys Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence complete title of furniture mud atovos on Instullinont plan fiest 28 gungo roll iron 1 rooting nt 210 iv aqiwrpV We want nil your products at lilghcst market price 4 Becker Ballard Gql Bryantsvllle Kentucky 4 I i i r lIi r i ten J I 360300 X r r t2h Ii ft i ollmp Ii r reta tk1 I r3OOS rr r aYA 11 t About People v v v A Brltl Mention of the Coming Goings Ly Thou Wt Ate Frailer Mutt was In Cincinnati thl week Mtssm Ed and N U Prlca were li Stanford Monday Fred natlnrton of Paris Is In on midst tar a short stay Mrs K C Uarnard was In Clnclnni II fur a visit of several L L Walker was In Lexington Louisville this week on business Mrs Ruth Taylor of Harrodsburg Nolllo Taylors vliltor last week Mm W H Elkln Gf Atlanta Is hen Tlslllng her sinter Mlna Jennie Dun eau Dr J B Klnnalrd attended a med leal meeting In Danville list Thurs day Mrs Ed win Walker In Eminence on a visit to her mother Mrs Annli Ramcy Mrs It E Mcroborts M visiting hei parents Dr and Mrs Ware at Hop klnsvllle Miss Paulino Hockcr of Stanford U the guest of her aunt Mr Mattlt DuncanMrs H Mount loft Sunday for visit to her aunt Mrs Jones of liar todiburg Mrs Charles Davit hat been at Junction on a visit to Mrs Arch Illcs Davis Mr and MM Wm Murphy of Hut tonvlllc are gucsU of Mr and Mrs U D Simpson Misses Bottle and Allle Anderson were hostesses for tbo Card Club afternoon Ralph Arnold and children from Ilarrodsburg lilted home folks Sat urday and Sunday W K Simitars of Stanford was with Iris father Judge Wm Shugan and family lost week Mm W I Williams entertained the CluuUuqua Circle at her homo on Lexington street Miss Jessie Doty of Richmond was hero for a her sitters Misses Emma and Lucy Doty Mr James Turner of Mlulsslpl Is of Mr end Mrs Steven Wal ker of upper Garrard Mrs James A Rovtton li at home from several weeks visit to her and son at Chicago Mrs DarlGalbrallh and children of Oklahoma have been recent visitors of Mr and Mm J W Elmore Mlu Carrie Currcy la at hone attar a stay of several days In Louisville with Mr and MrtJtinea Currey Mrs Carrie Davidson hay returned from a pleasant visit to her ton U L Davidson of TuUa Oklahoma Mr and Mrs Samuel Huelden of Ilrvantavllle have been recent guests of Mr such Mrs J R Huelden Arnold and children Cora and Carl of Harrodiburg Mr and Mrs Joe Arnold the past week Jim Anderson It at home from a protracted itay with her mother Mrs Helen Van of Ilarrods burg Mss Mary Elmoro has joined sister Miss Norma for a visit to their uncle Mr Charles Alexander In Vet sallies Mrs Wood Uurnilde entertained this Embroidery Club Friday at the home of her mother Mrs W 0 IllgnoyMn II A B Marksbury left batur day for several weeks stay with lion daughters Mesdames Howard Rice of Richmond Indr and James Staugh ton of Covlngton Mrs Qoorgo T Farrls will return Saturday from a protracted vhlt to her daughter Mrs Elbert Smith of Jelllco TenncBsco Miss platy Goodloe Lackey has re turned to her home In Kansas City attar a vUlt to her grandparents Mr and M Lackey Mr and Mrs Fishier Herring have gone to In a new cot tage Just erected upon one of Mrs Mornings farms near Drakea Creek Mr and Mrs Humphrey Hudson of Danville announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Josephine to Mr Charles Whltnor Mllnor of Luulsvlllr The fair bride la Qarrards grand daughter In that her grandparents on the paternal lido were Mr and Mrs Morgan Hudson long worthy citizens of Garrard Sho Is a niece of Mr B F Hudson of this city The wedding will occur halo In December Miss Salllo Elkln will have her a ntul exhibit Decor hotel duJJifday and Saturtij lrd and 4th nia 21 A Scalded ioya ShrUkt horrlflcrt hU grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible tor liuinn Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds BrOlses Cures Fever io l K MoUuUrtl 1m rI N t h1 IJA II r J and r It ti days and was I a Lebanon y volt to the Mr It C I tied Mad all Mrs to Ion Inc 5 M j J l x r d w t J i t i 4 v w z Tuesday tiE C c j M r guest daughter ry b l 1y Mrs 4 he- rr attar loon4 rC r a huuso keeping ICrw i i a sale o d t iii t the hors o f tit ICe rlan I r rid I i r ChubbIri4 4i 1 ClIIJvS Thmo long nlghlR Mood papers books aro companionable Hubscrlb for tho RKCOHU Mr Raymond Davy nnd wlfo handsome little sun Robert won Mr Ed Chandler and wife last week Some of tho farmers say corn start at 2 25 per barrel whllo other say 276 If tolling the truth and relalln facts Injures a man financially and so chillY let him bo for ever povcrt stricken and friendless and hit nlll abundantly repay him The wedding will precede the ChMstmas by a small margin li tlilt community Now sea It the dont MIa Blanche Stotta was tho pleas ant guest of Miss Albertle Moberly MadUon last Sunday While a young man In this vicinity was sitting comfortably enjoying the 11 nor of a evening two handsome young ladles were discussing what was most essen tial In winning a husband a converse tionalist or a beauty After arguing pro andcon for quite a bit they asked tho young feller hula opinion Well isld he you hUd both mado eloquent and logical points but tho surest arid easiest way a husband to my notion Is to find a man with out any brain Tho handsome young ladles sullied HarcaMtcally and loft him In solitude to finish huts smoke The stork has again been vhltlng In our vintage making and happy home Sam Wj He and Fred Howard uo the fathers of a boy and girl re ipcctlvely They each step higher longer and with more elasticity smil ing broadly Blanche Stotta Is expecting as her ducat Miss Beatrice Stutti an Accom pUsh young lady of Little Hlckmsn W 11 Ray recently bought some corn from Prlntcs Walker at 260 per Mrs Sam Moberly and handsome laughter Alberttr were vUltlng Mrs William Stotta last week William Stotts bought twenty bar els of corn from James Witts fort2GO per barrel Women Agree Out In a small western town there ire a lot of pretty and cleyer girls sanded together under the name of Marriageable Ladles League who ire perfectly aware says Dorothy Dlx n tho New York Evening Journal takes a great many desirable qualifications make a man an agree iblo husband and tho chief of these Is ntelllgence Hence at tho mooting if tho league l u t week the following resolution was passed by a unanimous rote Bo It resolved that we the mom ors of the Marriageable Ladles jcague do hereby agree nut to marry my man whols not a patron of his newspaper for It Is strong evl his want of Intelligence and bathe will be stingy to provide or hli family or to educate his chll Iron or to support Institutions of earning In tho community These girls dont beat about the msu They go right at It and taco ho tact that the man who I dull and gnorcnt and unprogrcsslvo In his outs is not going to be a Solomon In middle life or a sago In liliojd age They realize that tho man who docs read the newspaper Is tho dolt who gets taken la by confidence men rid who Invests the family savings In old bricks and conies whining homo o be comforted for his stupidity by il wife Ho Is a man ti bo avoided ly every girl who docs not feel that ho has a sacred call to run an asylum or Incurable Imbeciles and this Is ho kind of man that the Marriageable ladles League resolves to sidestep The Idea Is u good one to pass along girl may take It as a sate tip that man who Is too closeDated to take newspaper and too utterly stupid to cad one Is tho kind of a man that Is olng to bore her to death But the main point is that both husband and wlfo aro interested In lie things In tho papers They can talk about tho same murder trlalsand llyorccs and financial scandles and olltlca that are Interesting tho public it the moment and of such gossamer hors aro tho unbreakable chains of ove and sympathy urged The real test of perfect amity and inderstanding between a married louplo Is when thoy split the nows spar between them Tho Dovo of ieaco has taken up his permanent oosting place In their household larrodsburg Republican A Broken lIck That In your back caused by umbsgo muscles or a strain Is an asy thing to get rid of Ballardn now Liniment cures rheumatism umbagb sore and stilt muscles strains sprains outs burns bruises scalds and all aches und pains You need a mule In your house Sold by R E MoRoberts 1m K FARM IN IA1IUA11D COUNTY FOIl A fins tar vK iltiutod ou plkt Vol l u4 sea wild outbolUrtitornii uiliOO croi well ocittd In ood DeUWBlioodlmliig ol ho John W lk r iu I wiU hindiome neW woitori i u llieroa witb RuulldlDM ud good IKW ttru 060 JJ wtor d n Y r Ullluv i rlui ud tftok ruuulng hrougli TUMI cash In hand l l ne wa y r Iron lifMluy its per rruni looking or such pUce jilttto l M W 0 WitKIR BUolof 4 K And And III InK will bell of one recently tO get hob barrel the that It homo lance of too not Any the a ln HAri thus I UPI residence lit one OlD unlit paid conscience bell three tur still eras farm raw near put hero uy and day of sale lupmsi will 6 To Th PUbllo In Cotiio now lot UN reason tfKetlici tlo cotmldcfnto anti charalijbio to you Flour Mllh Did If th mills had not wheat till year nnd you had hnd wheat still pcd to any of you mills anywhere lijf Kentucky thrc We have tho thnjorlt pause br ndilibu extra cleaners nn lots of hard work by handling and re handling cleaning and recleanln w get tho wheat In pretty good shape n a low of oiiCllfth of tho wheat tho impurities aro taken out of th wheat and the lower from any of you mills Is as pure as Is possible to tusk It nut remember tfio wheat lit sill not as good as wo onorallr havo I our grand old tiVHfl of Kentucky Then remember mad us stop bleach hour you will sit will not Ife Alto BO lively Any goo standard 1011 can make just as goo lour as other mill so stick to you homo mills and you will make no mlt take Hurnam tucker Kill Her Foo Of 20 Year The most merciless enemy I bar for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Hayncsvlllc Mo wa Dyspepsia I suffered Intensely afte eating or and could sleep After many remedies liar tailed and several doctor mo up I tried Electric hitters which me completely Now I can cat I am 70 rears old and am over Joyed to let my health and strength hack again For Indigestion Loci of Appetite Kidney Trouble Hack Icinalo Complaints its unequal iAINT L1UK Mr Henry Rlddlebcrgor and wlf lava returned from a visit to brother Mr at Point cavell After spending the summer with their parents hero Mr and Mrs A wh Guyn have returned to their lomo Canada Mr II L nnd family moved te the residence vacated by EUIIIIsmr Mr and Mrs Parker Gregory the day In Richmond last Wednesday Sparks of tire from the train caught destroyed a lot of fencing for Mr T L Rurnam and some udder belonging t Mr Ledford Llttlo Willie Jcnnlng Is spending evural days with her cousin Maud onn of Hyattsvllle Mr and Mrs S D Lon aster visited Mrs Fish last week Mr Harry Moore and Dr Hamilton if Munslo Ind havo been visiting hisses Alma and Mary Lear Dr Snowden sold hU homt here wo lots to MM McWhorter for 1 00 Dr Snowden will build a nice csldencc on another lot Mr Mlt Hoss his homo Improved place to Mr Wearrcn and ho balance of his farm to Mr II t Wallace for 100 per acre Married In Lancaster on Wednesday itjthe home of Mr and Mrs W F Jhamp alter Hamtnack of Paint Lick and Miss May me Ferguson ol Vornon Elder F M Tinder he odlclatlng minister Mr Hnramack U ono if Paint Licks icft citizens and has many friends through the entire county wbllo Miss erguson U an attractive and accom dished young lady equally as popular o her homo town We welcome her Into our town Tho RECOUP congratulates Wallci nd wishes Mrs Hammock much hap mess he Rev Irl HIcktAlmanao For 1910 Ready November IBlh 1000 a splen yearbook on nslrUnom and nuleorology the only on containing he original Hicks Fore icwstands 30c tree with ears suoscrlpl l Word and Works ho Rev Irl U II I Monthly Mugs lne tho beat 1 monthly In America on In quantities gents tho gent Ino Hick are not pub shed any Rot them only In his pwn publications Word ind Works Publishing Co 2201 Lo Mo WANTED TURKEYS at the highest market price delivered at pens from November 12th to 20th Old News Papers For Sale at Record Office anal ow bought r uinrke ulsido tuurtlus ot It nul cave been rejecter bor h urllel ot your wiles I considerable ex Allot Government let goo pun our but nyt so whlto and II a continued dnmpnesI th t drinking scarcel gave cured Limo cd 1111600 at her John Trlbblo at1lner Saskatchewan have C spent end and Cochran of W S and and was did ealher casts Uy ma p tpald 3c en a u s Discounts AI lnnaea wan ed Remember ecastl re elseyou lust St St Louls my H you yr iur by uwir anything Wallace Nit trans has srid lit copy F B1Northcolt1 General News Nogrd hunter wllllo smoking a ml bit n hollow lug caused a costl lire county A rumor wholly unfounded former President Ittmnovrlllmd beer killed In A ft IRA was widely circulated rude Court of Appeals hold memo rlnl services In honor of tim Into Judgi William Lindsay At n reception tendered In huts honor at Versailles Oov Illackburti of th Canal Hone announced that ho would resign and upend tho rest of hits life a mild homo A lire Insurance company of Con agreed to pay 11000 to b turned over to tho heirs of Mrs Bell Gullies who with her children wa burned to death In tho honso on murder farm April 28 1003 Dispatches to Dunno Review Indl cato some delay In business at a fen points because of high temperatures hut on time whole the Undo situation tnalnlilns steady progress with col lections showing further Improvement In many section Mrs John Jacob Astor was yesterday granted an Interlocutory decree of dl vorco by Justice Mttlng In the Supremo Court at Now York City N Y All papers In tho case wore sealed nod the proceedings were carefully guardedTroops were sent to the home of hen Longneckcr In Madison county to trap night riders They remained on guard three nights but no riders appeared and tho soldiers who had been sent from Lexington were ordered home Completing her Government trails at various speeds oft tho coast the bat tleshlp North Dakota steamed Into Boston after having sped up and down the coast from Cape Cod to Capo Ned dick Mo for twentyfour hours at a gait or faster Forest fires are raging In many parts of tho Kentuckymountains vast amounts of tho most timber ol that section have been destroyed Tho town of fierce where force College Is located was threaten sued but hundreds of men who turned out to assist In the work succeeded In lighting tho homes back Albert II vice president of the New York Central lines Including tie Big Four says the company will MO about 500000 through the ol Icged defalcation of Treasurer P L Warriner of Cincinnati It Is alleged that tho amount of the alleged defalca Lion Is 013000 of which property amounting to more than 100000 has been turned over to the company as part payment and a bonding company will pay 50000 Buslnesi Business Is poor said the beggar Said tho undertaker Its dead Falling oft said tho riding schoolteacher The druggist Ot viol he said Its all wright with me said the author Picking up said tho man on the dump lMy business IB sound quoth the bandsman Said time athlete Im kept on the Jump rue bottler declared It was corking Tho parson ts good arswered he I make both ends meat said the butcher The tailor replied It suits me Advertising World Versatile Printer A printer In Harlem announces In his window Wedding cards funeral cards calling cards playing cards Also poetry written and printed In that his tlectlcur hiss lei valuable lards runt Chrhl Inn Mil nineteen koot Already Now 1 YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN present II MHallou llVto Lot of second land sowing machines Get 27 ccjjta for your eggs at Turn Ou uxlljiKanJs while Ji4liieJlDjt at cost Mr Dolly Drown will recclvoorders tut your produce I pmthe It you been trading with us H M 2t Red Cross made la Paris In or saCk otS D Turners at nee barf el Please bring mo your bams egJs I wantjKlr trade Billou 17 lb sugar at Powells for Arbuiklcs coffee Large stock of aHibst Prln Save money dl Powells In ovary thing 2t In the store but ha nice polite to wait on want youas a customer I I H520 H For Cheap My house on Water street I If not sold a short will rent for o atoro fixtures for sale consisting of jhowcasevstales cheeso knife etc I o nd need of Inmy store 5lrices I rented a store fixtures 8 D Turner For Sale or Rent The residence nojw occupied b Judge R A on Danville street Possession given jdlnuarlst 1010 Apply Eliza For Sale Two houses and lots In Kvi belonging to Fur prIces and terms opplyto W 0Kemper Paint Lick Kentucky 101541 5 Per cent Money Will loan In sums of 11000 or more Ural mortgage estate If ydu to make application 0 B Swlnebroad Ten Cent Store For Sale Having decided to move to ti coun try account of my health I will sell of give Im mediate possession R J Hendron For Rent Three rooms for rent over my with modern conveniences Prefer foryoug Notice to Creditor All persons having claims against Robert M West deceased are hereby notified to verify their claims accord Ing to law and file them on or before November 15th 1000fwlthme at Dan ville Kv or with taV I ire reque the undci if George B Robinson Executor of Robert M West decd 108Ot 11D1fI1f11 tlh rJ 11 irI for your price rner 1 rib fur I hljhl n M IJI try us olOolri6 th lalllff I T mea R butter 11 a dollar 15 eta IIhl 0 lent I cnnnot I I OUt Sa ar lot thin tt o year 1011 1 w y at Slmpsd fItd I w ib E h or tlcurge ml Sr Paint Iek Henr eazloy urtIncsinformat lop 1 on eal will late or the time e oft tock gori d renting r men tlrl J 01 Wllllnms All IJiobted West ed t settle with 0 at IlagauissrfllnRaVtfrptnln ltt nosy nave on dlsplaymye1i1iia for altldnt tP h1Qftulr 1d26 41doY ilau t2t haven barrel Iit Sleeks you vire AI1eaz lra these Bur stde Sari i nee the ney tbialell first Lt a year now the 0att sa 1113t office f r oat Rlnmalyd attorney N pt y pore ns to eat fort Its ltd HELP PUSH IT ALONG Are you for tho advancement of Lancaster and Oarrard County If So loin the LANCASTER AND GARRARD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION Use the blank below Fill It out and moll to John M Lancaster Tho membership fee of one dollar will not be paid by members who enroll their names before December 1st All members enrolled after that dato must pay ono dollar membership too In addition to dues Not necessary to remit dues until Dec 1st SlRn application now and help both town and county LANCASTER and GARRARD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION APPLICATION FOR MBMBBRSlllPK- M 100 MONTHLY DUKB WetsFan 1 hereby apply for membership In the Lancaster and Garrard County Development Association and niireo to j ay upon notification of my election I ono dollar membership fee and twentyflvo cents a month dues SaId dues to bo payable ono dollar nod dRy cents on December 1 and on dollar and fifty cents on Juno 1 of each year of my connection with said Association Signed Address Recommended by We wish to say to the public that THE POX STUDIO hasnt boon onon regular for somo timo but will bo opened every Saturday now Come In anti get the best PIIOTOKS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO 19 i Farm nultuslllt re i- e W 6w YOUR Attention IS Drawn r war to the fact that OBELISK FLOUR is milled from the best wheat grown When next you bake use OBELISK ILOUR nnd youll find your baking the best you ever turned out You dont have to take ourword for it Ask anybody who has ever used Obelisk Barrels at 700 Half Barrels at 375 BANKS HUDSON IgfSl SfrtiJUrfc 1MJg lflaC5fEfg flfrllJBfrTiiairmiBfrJBl The Great Majestic Range Time Tried and Fire Tested 1sil In uso 27 years aftci burning with the house of f R Cook Examined recently by two stovo S exports and found to bo in good condition Many min use in tho county from 4 to 12 and 15 years S Buy one and savo money and fuel J2J See our 750 Dollar Gun Headquarters for shells and hunting outfits p See our Rogers Silver Ware P- iJ R MOUNT 60 h l lour IA A aItItf1A WIr I I V I I w m r- iii J- fSl r B I lE 1 1 a J J WALKEK PresidentI J S Vlro Prest I JonxsoN ORGANIZED 883 The 61T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000- B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONKY Asst Cashr 0 D WALKKH Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex Glbbs Lewis L Walker SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS AT McRoberts Drug Store 8 L Woods Irttt W C FIb Vice Pr l W 0 Kemper Cttkltr PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick JNCOIUOIUTKI I I 1 T M Arnold O A Arnold OOOOOOooc OOCOOOOC I 1 OOCOOOOC OO OOcOOC OOOOOC I M 5 1 d I r Wo offer you fair treat mont with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITA 16o ooo SURPLUS 900000 Dituoaroux- M COY BU ARNOLD RQOUYN JBBUKKOWB WOODS Kk WOODS It J D I W W O WYNN01811 Our Customers tie Fully Protocled by idelity and Csuality Inwranco your Tobacco with BEAZLEY HASEILIDEN We Insured tobacco Iast this dJolullll counties when oilier not Office National Phone t ZuIyear In atel ngenclea coilltl lank ofLancgster 3irr f 1 r Farm and Stock at hl fFnt mar kit prlceAtlcmercd at mypcns from Mov 12 to Mth If U Nortlicott It J I Hamilton Mild Iho halnnco of tho Chun M llcltt II about 07 ncfcn at M6 I hnvo alMiut ii foddcr cud halo a bumh of cat Dont forget the corn niicMobiicca day livenulibvi nwnyvntfie hot K m Gallic Man Wool Importations fur Iheflrst s v en mouths of tlio year were 202000000 pounds ati Increase of 17C per cent over lust year The tt t il sales of leaf tobacco on I no Loiiisvllln market frum January 1st to Ojtdbir 114 100J were 71850 liliiK ngaliiRl 03001 hlids sold during cur responding d nf last ear The rcj tClloiiH tliN year were 7lfl7 The entire tobacco crop this year Kentucky Ohio Indiana and Wrist Virginia Is csilautiM nt 230000000 pound Of course Kentucky raised the bulk of tins amount Horses end Mules Wanted Any horses or Mules tb highest mnrki W I Ihirton Lancafter Ky Lend For See ml Hfty ncr oi good land well Unproved well on good rn Ilryant vlllc b raln on J E Rubinson clay asking an accounting of the money received and disbursed and asking the appointment of a ceiver The hay crop of tio United Slates tills year Is cstlmatd at neatly 7000 000 tons less thou hst year and the quality Is reported as not fo good owing to the prevalence of wet weather In early summer It Is pre dieted that good hay will command a good price during the corning winter The preliminary estimate of the yield of an acre of tobacco Is 8077 pounds ngalnst 8022 pounds as finally estimated In 1E08 A total produc lion of 805184035 pounds li thus Indi caled against 718 061000 pounds as finally estimated In 1108 The quality is 807 per cent against 873 per cent in 1008 The crop repotting board of tho Dc partment of Agriculture In U report gives the Indicated total pioductlan of corn fur 1109 as 2707 310000 bushels gansl 2 CG8 651000 finally esllniat d last year with the quality as 84 2 per cent as aualnst 80 0 last year Eight new counties were represented last week at the meeiligof the Board of the Hurley Tobacco and Insurance Company which m t In tin convention room of the Phoenix Ho tel at Lexington All of the members oHIio board were In fielr places when was called to order by Secretary Brooks The new counties are Kentucky Green Hardln Oarrard Indlina Ohio Surly Dear born Ohio Stloto The dliectors of the Burley Tobac co ami Insurance Company took the question of preparing the 1000 crop of pooled tobacco for market and it was decided that the new company should handle the crop directly through its own emi 1 tyes Keporls from all s of tho dli trlct arc that CO per cent of tho un pooled tobacco In the Huiley diitilct has already been marketed Dealers In Cattle For grazing and feeding cattle on or place orders with s experl encc ItiVjUfingordeiHun this market Please nddrcs all communications to W O Park Kansas City Stock Yards 10MOt At a session of the district board of tho Burley tobacco and Insurance Company It was decided the loss value from slui ikuge between winter tobacco uliould be llxed at 1 per ICO pounds The sane HJS tern of grading mid the same number of grades us In the 1UOU1D07 pool will bo uteri On motion of President Clur i once LoliUHU resolution was adopted that tho bunks of Lexington bo uu tliorljied by the Huil y Tubucco and IiiBurinca Conipany ti loan to furm orn of tho graded valuo of tlulr lobiicco us Indicated on rmii ls The hog crop Is admittedly smell Gqvernmenl cutlmatts place the shortage uruuiid 11 per cent for the entire country and 15 ti 17 per cent n the train hog producing States Market experts geneiully conMder that the corn bolt wi havo about 25 per cent cFsliovn to soil this year than lust says Breeders Gazette HecilpU so have been running far behind with a shortage HO tar ut Vie rrluclpul western markets of 1870000 head or 18 per pent compared with the same months lust the lilgli prices that liave fur live hogs consnmp tlon hart been cut lied In a measure put still there Is only a very supply o use IIPK product In store f c s T I fo lICIt too Ahllch t4 tld to std Clfl h lIII to ono IIIIVIIlIt sell will Prut s hiP RII will buy them u Rllvttl1e jr o V Ono hUllretl W red r s1 our tulle f1 n ot upI count I I- To call S Cooper Commlsstll Co Stuck lec tn for what twlll been do our W O llIr wi liashad21 I mer and far thlll year year o Tor r far m per tr aid like QttI 1trtn 1 2 Ilnit t Att fit 1 e hid rfsuntnca pet I n i t bF elrfg add th rcr- a sell at tall e filetalso re- t I that j V average s prelim- Inary a District i the meotilg Mead ii M tee ived your I Kansas Lelty yu wa l ink gum I Ii h unc halt warehouse sis r mea or d c IMHIMMMUMMMMIOIOM below tits heading l for tin exeln use otoiif frmer ub erlb rt tid li foi the ol itock tmln mill such things on farm it farmer alTaril to No notice will be accepted over four lines end will be only In Iwo Inuci o the Ittcom reeolchttRd I have n ZTiucrn silk Hold Yell watered for sale J II Gultoy I Imyoo stalk field tor sale Mn 8 II Andcrcon have fi court ig 3 jrcar old mules for sale W II ItUiiey Stanford Ky lava d hemp brakes to sell worth Iho money It L Smith Mirksbury I Inure a tine Poland China hour subject to rrulslcr fur sale G S Kelly Mirksbury Ky fur sale cheap Loud saw and 3 works old steer calf and n100lb hor It K L Murdliv Paint Lick Ky U 2 I have 12 head of nice young ewes fur sale Plione245 MisS II dcrson 1 will have fur solo tile list of tin month about 40 uood meat hugs weighing horn 250to300 Ibs C M Jenkins 1 have a good tt Ik Held of 00 acres with 40 acres of grass adjoining It thatl woof eaten quickly oil tie A Elkln I have G work mules 3 to 5 years old 2 brood mares 7 to 8 years old that 1 will sell worth too money V T King Lowell LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAIIDS November 10 llvtelpt Cattle Bheep 1083 119 7 l CATTLE Shipper collier stern extra Good to choice Common to fair llelfrr extra Good to choice Commou to fair m Gown extra Good to choice Common to air Uannert Dull balognai Extra Fat bull CALVES extra Fair to good Common and largo UOaSi good packcri and butcberi- Mlxtd packer Common to choice fed IOWL Light iLlpperi Ilm IIOIU SIIEEPiextra Good to choice Common to fair I AMU 3 extra Good to cboice 5 6V9 W oo io- ft 003 BOO 1 eoGM M 5103000 4 IV 5 00 2 Ma 4 00 4 35O4M 5 X 4 A I 76 1 6031 75 4 10349V 4 I0 4 71 875 675850tvtfttn 4 75a ft 753 7 40 7 X 8780 43V3460 a 5425 J003 0 3700 0 2oGDO TO SAVE TIME When your is ready to deliver t6 Tobacco AVnrebouscr call iitivoly n F tobacco re ccivcd on Saturday unless it was loft over from Friday J A Mingua Co BAKERS SCHOOL aiOOSE Bakers School House must Have one tuning before we leave here Last week the farmers hall dry but typical weather to vote and gather malz tWe Just heard of ono baby biting off the end of Another babys nose over on Pond Creek In Jackson county From what wo could learn the mother of ono hud taught her teething young ono to bite everything It could seize In Its mouth so id gut hold of another of lie size tight Inside of an old country church In time of Divine Services and nipped ono coiner of Its nose Curtersylllo celebrated tile Drmr crato victor anvils and loud hurrahs Your corresponded could m t rejoice with them as he Is a I crowroad pedagogue In a strong re publican dlUrlct t o he went coon liuntng alone save his fins Jack and patrors rlilin that he dM a heap of hollowing not to get any game We I tio iituwla Is over and all did nil that all could for nil partis Now comes the drouth and rinse appllca llun to boilness The victorious have serious finites while tho vanquished have our sympathy Wo have had u good school Hero end patrons and children have been the two chief factors In so making It n good one and wo are glud that we to the brush of Old Oarraid County for bruin culture Wo foal that wo have learned as much or more than the pupils Hen F Toujours II Pollteuel You know I am down off the water wagon now DuddyOh why did you do PudUrTut man I I gave up my seat to a lady An Even Break friendly nd If youll take a little In return Here negotiations ceased Lay Ilourbon Ktfg Producer U a natural nnd Ion for laying hens U ads gently on the digestive and eggrproditrlng orgaiii mid make then lay Try U piut ste H Mount Co I D v f t ooooooo FAR IERS COLUMN sonnet tile 40 acre I I An b 1 tIn II G 160 alb 4 00 7 O7 lag aDd leu n I Tobacco 0 3 to cnn bo lion Ic that J this will say rno and r blo r I by silootlug I van ru Can I offer II little r Makes Hen fowls terulatlYl bold by JI I I ii space fire sale the afire loge y r G 7ms8t heavy aT5i La ante Alta se if d ii that you ice powder A r vat JUST ABOUT JOKES TOMMY LEARNS A FEW THINGS FROM HIS FATHER Old Gentleman Hat Much to Say on the Subject and Some of It Seems to Be Exceedingly Theres ono thing I thought 1 know but nnd 1 dont know said Tommy What Is n Joke Father pricked up his rate ns It were A joke ho said slowly Is something Its maker thinks Is funny but nobody else does That explains It then Today 1 sold an awful qualm thing Mother had a lot of women hero and they about clothes I said A worn oils mind Is always on clothes When she aint talking through her hat shes laughing up her sleeve Hut no ono laughed and I read that ono too Tell mo a joke If I wcrO to say when I came homo front visiting tho cemetery that I hind returned tho dead that would bo a Joke Is that n practical Joko It Is not Its n grave Joke What Is n practical Joke If your mother just before going out shopping naked for money and I tiara her nil sho wanted Do you hike practical Jokes Not when theyre as practical as that Dow every one like Jokes Few people do Most people think It Is moro blessed to give than to re ceive Then people cant take a Joke There are some who cant Editors for Instance rarely take a joko Docs any ono make money from tho writing of Jokes Only the paper makers and the postal department of the government Must a joko bo funny to be a joke Few are Then some are serious Not exactly But If refer to a sexton as a man of grave lance some might think you Intended to be Jocular Is a pun like a joke Nothing at all A man who makes n joko Is an Idiot whereas n teen who makes a pun Is a criminal Then the man who writes what ho thinks aro jokes Is a tunny fellow No it Is serious business with him Ho has his ups and downs Yes ho gets up courage to write to editors and gets turned down by tlcm Youre not referring to tho man who writes the column In the papers every day Surely life Is one Joke with him No It Isnt lie thinks hes a hu roorlst but bos a pessimist Isnt Joke writing healthy Not when youre caught at It Can a clan write jokes and still bo a gentlemanYou Tommy that our are Intended for publication and that I have many friends who offIi Boston Police Wit I Seldom do we find wit among the police lieutenants of this city but one In a South end station may be In a clam with George Ade says the Dos ton Journal Recently a newlymade patrolman doing his route along tho common discovered tho frog pond to be overflowing I It seems that those In charge had neglected to shut off the Inlet and as a result the water trickled over tho edges Thinking that tho matter should be brought to the attention of his superior officer the rookie called the desk from his next signal box The conversation ran somewhat like this Lieutenant tho frog pond Is over flowing Itall It out with your hat replied lieutenant closing tho Incident I Disappointed Indeed In Jamaica it is the rage among tourists from England to go butterfly hunting j In a great variety of flannel COB tumes these subjects of Edward VII go careering about In the fields armed with green nets to the great amusement of Americans Not long ago ono of tho most or dent of them after a most exciting chase bagged an insect Ho gazed at it for a moment then turning away with a look of the most Intense dls gust ho addressed the gathering on the hotel veranda with these words Oh 1 say tis but an Immature cricket Comic Dignity Senator I a Folletto criticising a trust said I Its dignity under abuse and attack is somehow funny It reminds mo of a little Sioux City girl One morning she hung about the j kitchen continually bothering the busy cook to death The cook lost patience finally brat she shouted thumping the ta ble with a rolling pin The little girl gavo the cook a haughty look- I never allow any ono but my mother to speak to mo llko that she said Sane Shakespeare was asked It Hamlet was sane Certainly ho cried ho only soot ghnsts not scaroshlps Herewith ho established tho test I to neglect your health The worst neglect that you can be vulty of It to allow constipation bllloucness or any liver or Iowel trouble to continuo poisoning your entire system and and may lead to a softens chronic file arose Take Hathrda Ilerblno anti yet absolutely Tho cure and all trquhlo of the stomach liver and bowels Kgld by R E McRoberd I front I I then 7 I I remarks I Clear out o here gassy n- It Crime H- Is fur linT he I t Pertinent r talked you the I ye little a well sure I SCARED THE GUEST THOUGHT BEDCHAMBER WAS FULL OF FROGS Out It Was Only the Result of Host Being Seized with the to Ralie Hit Own chickens To keep It hag been raid Is nt pile limo or another the ambition of every American boy It Is not always realized but when It In the comfort and tho constant funning are satisfactory Archibald Whltloaco started In tho business of rats lag chickens and aa Ida wife ling a eenso of humor the neighbors are fre quently entertained with amusing on ccilotei You remember that cold week wo had about tho middle of March Mrs WhltlcBco asked a caller ono after noonIndeed I do Just after tbo thaw our gutter froze and split all down tho east side of the house It was cold weatherWell continued her hostess Archibald brought homo three dozer chicks that week Humphrey Jones had hatched them for him and Archie was going to develop them as ho calls It In tho brooder As tho weather was no terrific ho thought best to put tho brooder Indoors Instead of In the hen house because tho young chicks aro so very tender Indeed they are assorted her caller Well ho set It In tho guest room which was moderately warm and everything went along finely Toward the end of tho week my brother Tom dropped In Into ono evening In that blinding snowstorm Ho and Archlo had to talk over some business Quito end It ended with his staying all night Instead of plowing back to his rooms Wo put him In tho guest room and totally forgot to say a word about the brooder Her caller began to laugh I can Imagine a good ninny things she said What actually did happen Why said Mrs Whltlcseo every thing was all right for nn hour or two nut at last there was a tremendous yelling of Archie Archlo from his roomArchie went In and Tom asked him Am I dreaming or am I mad Seems to me I hear a lot of young frogs chirping all around the room I dont dare get up for of squashing them Do you keep frogs Archie It turned out that bclngvery tired ho had gone to bed without lighting tho light and In tho dark ho had opened tho brooder to put in thinking that It was a dresser Later some of tho chickens tumbled out and began crying I suppose they I hopo you told him remarked her friend that now hed understand why women aro so scared of mice Youths Companion How She Knew I I do think exclaimed Mrs Tolk or Indignantly that Mrs Gadabout Is the most aggravatlngly Inquisitive woman If I must say so 1 over knew Why I never pass her on tho street but what she Invariably turns her head and stares at me to see what Ive got on and how It sets from behind How cr that is I was wonder ing my dear how you found out that the mean thing looked back Somo one tell you Inquired Mr Tolker And Mrs Tolker straightway turned tho stream of her Indignation seething hot from Mrs Gadabout to her login uating wretch of a husband as she fondly termed him and after tho pyrotechnic outburst steadily refused to speak to tho fortunate man for the rest of tho evening Making Sure of It The colored janitor of tho flat next door approached tho grocer and handed him a paper containing some white powder Say boss ho asked what you tlnk dat Is Joe tasto an tell mo you pinion The grocer smelled It then touched It to his tonguo Well Jake I should say that was soda Date Jest what I say replied tin janitor triumphantly I say soda but my ol woman sho low Its rat plzen she says sho knows tis Jes taste it again boss fo to make sure National Food Magazine Dr Glynn Not Reciprocal Turn about Is fair play as was dis covered not long ago by Dr Carr Glynn tho bishop of Peterborough England lie Is nn enthusiastic as well as an enthusiastic pro hibitionist Ono day he was out In his car and the chauffeur ran out of gasoline They went to a public house for some more and tho owner camo out Seeing the episcopal dross of tho bishop ho said Yes I have got plenty of gasoline but I dont sell It to the likes of them that never buys my boor Scenes of Childhood Tho Old Oaken Bucket dripped a few tears I dont arouse the enthusiasm of the home plato It complained began the rivalry between tho scenes of childhood Too Far In Fond Mother You bettor have the sleeves of that coat lengthened They are too short Johnny Short nothlnl I got Intr thom too far Harvard lampoon Harsh Tho Actor a terrible bore Awful ly bUll arrangements at 8lonport played Hamlet there last week Somebody yelled lire and It took the audience 20 minutes to gut out The Victim HPOIQ tho poor was taint What I Tho Sketch A ButlneM Formula trust say ho was very business like with Ills proposal tq how my fold 1110 to consider rnytolf nttiburg i j t Y hens recently awhile fear something did sound lIke frogs Innocently It dat motorist herewith I As deer rOIl t Hit Desire mos firs beggar engaged 1 t e Tliu tindorilgiicii ncrotiy KIVO wnrii Inn to nil persons out to trcspnw upon our lands for city wlmtovcr nit wo will prosecute till offenders to fullest extent of Hunters and pnpeclally logo notice liwrrt fijilc Pat oni Ferguson II 1C Fllerilng TV S Hmhry B I Illcli- Mt l W Klnnnlrd TA KlKln West NO CURE FOR BALDNESS PHYSICIAN OF NATIONAL REPUTATION STATED THAT IN HARK dASES BALDNESS IS A DISEASE today on tho ulijctuf thoKCupVhil hilr Hmn ex Ills concerning Micjeet rx perhaps Ir Null says Among Iho thousands of discs that have passed under my In npcctlon I have scurf but very few an tliriihcalcd lintlncm where hats been successfully of course If them was nitiotnt I ho patent iiudlclnesnnj tllng that would uccom pIMi the result wo would know of It and would nt least try it Ho fur UK restoring hair to promoting the length of tio hair hats another niiittir Tho Ucstorcr for Instance will restate to Its natural color I used It In hundreds of InstnccJ without fulling in a slnglo case 1 Irivo used the Q llan Hair Toulo at wrl very often and f ftVctiull4 to Jticuiirgo tho growth nf a of lutlr Ui remove duudrull have IIH yet to re curd a single bjldncts that has lccn ctKCtnally treated without liar ing to resort to a general hygienic treat incut In connection with standard i like for Instance Qlnn llili1 Uiwtorer and tin Hair Tonic 1 lute found them t bo very cT ctual a slstaiilF Dr Jotl admls and In lsU that to produce a luxuriant growth of hair to halrc cure diseased scalps it quite possible by simply observing the laws of health and islng Q Ann Hnlr Ilestorcr and Tonic but fur hardness there Is as a curl although some rrnurkubltu except l ns tiny bo noted Qlhn Hnlr IteUorcr and Tor we understand can be had now nl all druukllc ready fur use with roll to tho appll call u 1 I It K and sells these preparations If you are gray haired or your hair Is commencing to hula you can have the first full size 60 bottle by send lag ISo In postage to the IlfsslgElllR thug Co Memphis Tenn For Sale Having sold CO acrtnuf my unimproved 1 will sell privately cur mud of 40 acres ui per acre located 12 miles Etst of Winchester 01 the Iron WnrkK pike In Clark county Ky It is Iho L K Uy 1 tnllu front li miles from grunt mill store KCIIOO house oho Ik hits about 10 acres of virgin Hull 2 acres ijtoko and put In tobacco this and 23 has not been cultivated fur inuro than 12 Years Improve menu consisting of a house of nine rooms 1 6 ecru tobacco burn 1 stuck ham that will hold ucics of tobacco cistern nt dour meat house hen house and all other necexiry out building Good orchard been bearing 2 vearit House has been newly covered Hid painted lire farm Is watered by un nvorlastlnu spring also fenced For further Information call on or write J Wheeler Allen Winchester Ky II R No 2 Homo phono 6033- K st Tennessee 02 101541 GEO W ALLEN Fruit and Ornamental TRIBESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Catalogue on application No Agents H PHillenmeyer Sons Lexington Kentucky PUBLIC SALE Shorthorn Cattle AtaLKNnUUNlRon TUKSDAY NOV 23 100U Conveyance Vi at Stanford and Fret of Charge jjnilng from distance Lunch oclock Kalu be gins ut 1 p in II HAWKINS HQ3t Stanford Ky II U No 2 KBLLTHB COUCH AND CURE THE I UNCO Dr Kings New 7 I POSTED tho V 1 Juu M It V S N W A M wrl lIufll flot tint any uthdr CU1UII1J ton Jilt Inellll or gray luxuriant rolf ole u81 ell product toro dandruff and rule nn t I P Yen us ISO hear ear 2 IQIHI WITH Discovery 1 purpose ldt l Ice Pt ice Mrs Rebecca j Itisn more coati eel Wng teat d 1 Ildn lull hkir atvo rc p dlrcctlu Is Me hems else d bop cat Olt I r o FOR C8 BII rntcn80d i FritiIAl Sale AND ALL THROAT AND OJAJIANTIJBD BATIBlAOXOHY OR MONEY KEtfUIJPEl K K McUoherts Drug Sore Subscribe for Record LUNG sell the blt Straight Greek at 13cts per bushels v Henley V Bastin at the Creamery WE HAVE NOTHING EXCEPT Everything You Need FOR BUILDING Lancaster Lumber Mfg Go 0 A I L t I h l H We UIn I n I t 01 UhH I n r n 1I01 1 1 It f o n t A A tIM It A fl L r I I I J I l tit EE ZLEYI ltASOAl Iblih7fikAilhSthIbidAhIh tXtttiVtgatlf1VYCIUAdit6ty0i 1 r tttit l3 a u u i fr i f iIit tft- U rti1 t n P gaCSSiltaiGt 4laCapICaCaf tt ii ar 1 t A11i4 VMaM tAr1 i UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity O It on OI1lIIe Emballniag r Street FULL LINE OP CASKETS AND UUKIAL HOMES ALWAYS 11 STOCK H DuncansShop for hut and Clean Steamed Towels and Sterllzcd Ilazorp We B rcelale your trade and ere lure to l y Stick with tt yturtol t three chair lUchmond street Ofllce noun Office orer 8 am to 12 I to t BlormtV Drug Store B F WATJTJ3R DENTIST Lancaster Ky H J TINSLEY Counts Surveyor TIIONK tfti Office corner lAixliigtou 61 and 1ubllo Lancaster Kentucky Ed G Gaines NOTHING nUT KltNTUCKV HI IURUCR In gild get n Shuve pair Cut and Shampoo North fide ol Iubllo eiiwro Hot and Cold Baths KJJ KUNTUCKY Get him o cry your rules Uwt of refsrences r J no TO M we to old leD O and a m Phone 05 Square INSURANCE J4ANCST1C II o U V T eeeeeeaeoeeoeaeooeeeeooe ee bra eeeooooa eeoesoa ea the reilsbletuber shop p e e s1 KING sloetionoei- I0 JJ IV Morrow Gruilitntc O Uoliui- OlaiMi Mtttd HatUfactloii UuarauUeil J E Robinson LAWYER nod COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and District Court Oillco over Police Court Phono 101 K Denny v U S r r li i DENTIST 0 flic over Mill Arnold Mllllurry Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Venus on Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Cut Flowers For Evory Occasion WareMcRoborts 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