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THE CENTRALPURE UNTAMISIIKD DKMOCllAOt AND GOOD OOVEKNMENT LANCASTER FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19 1909 I RECORDlTllllOh t rICIfrUrH YRar KY xuMeaa 1 1 a4 Gasoline Engines Corn Mills Feed Mills Corn Mrs Feed Cutters Wood Saws and PUMPING OUTFITS sold and erected We have a few slightly used Corn Crushers on hand that we will sell at a bargain Let us make you estima tions on your wants CONN BROTHERS cf I I I i I IXII J i j i 9j I 0 W Anderson has been on tho sick list for a tow days Jesse H Arnold has accepted a sition In Frankfort If you want your name In tho List Rend us 25 cents Stephen A Walker has accepted a position In tine furniture store of F 0 Hurt Remember tho Sllvoraoclal at the rlday evening I November 10 The Misses Grant have received tho Information of the death of their cou sin young Mr MalDney of Craig City Virginia Tho Deacon was well rendered last Friday night and compliments are In ordor for Mlw Nell Johuson and all those who took part Circuit court will convene Monday There are fifty five appearance gulls about twenty new cnmmonwealth cases and three old murder trills Dlrd hunters who went out Monday say that It was too warm and dry fur their dugs to do good work although many birds were all through the county Tho Ladles of the Presbyterian church wilt have an cxcbabge at Miss c sMlllc store on Wednesday November 24 begin ning at ton oclock- J M Farra received about 450 slo vans to be used by the Lancaster and rard County Development Association Five dollars wIll be awarded to the party sending In the best one In order that the RECOUD force may give thanks for what little they have we will go to press on Wednesday of next week Correspondents wl 1 please have their letters In this ofllce by Monday night Garrard county produces 0000000 pounds of tobacco from about 0000 acres and 1000000 pounds of hemp from about 1000 acres These two crops will bring over 81000000 to Gar rard CDunty The corn crop this year Is a bumper Advertising Pays A lady sent an ad to the Bacon for the sale of a handsome homo and tho sale was made before the Issue was run off John Anderson advertised for a lost sow she came home with 10 figs then ho advertised the sow and pigs for sal As soon as Booth Thompson saw the ad ho went and bought them fur 13500 John asftcdus to notify tho readers of the HKCOHD that she has been sold as he Is still bothered with many buyers i t t f I clip r I I Zlelll llllnery r r I r r r I po- I Posted Pre bJ I i ki led Swell Dressers are Interested in Good Tailoring TAILORS and CLOTHES All Tailors are not skillful Tailors Skillful Tailors are not all Conscientious Tailors are not all good tailors I Durable Clothes dont always possess the right kind of style Stylish Clothes dont always possess durability It takes a great combination of things to produce the kind of clothes you should have Our reputation is your warranty for expecting perfect clothes when you leave your measure with us Our tailoring is the Best Tailoring in tho city Every good dres ser knows it Our Fall and Winter woolens are handsome and show the lat est kinks in style We make suits to order as low as 1800 or as high as 550 00 You wont have to worry about your suit if wo make it H m H T UOOftN The Best Shoes The Best Hats The Best Furnishing Goods 1 The Best of everything that Money can buy at prices low er than you can buy elsewhere r tm IJ I x j I conscientious don l D 1i I r r s i r r- r I l 1 i r rJ I j r i r r r i o i r- ir I r 4 N j r tl All nro to tlio Hoclal at the Friday oveiilng 30 November 10 The bazaar of llm Ladles Aid Socie ty of the held at Joseplsirtoro on Saturday Dec 11 1MOII Press Men to Meet The midwinter mooting of the ICon lucky Press Association will bo held Lexington December 28 and 29 I II Homar of Versailles E E tililn nick of Shelby vllle and Charles W MitcuUe of Ilnovlllo were appolntad a committee on program and arrange merit Change of rime Number 71 mixed train south ar rives at Lancaster now at 020 a m and number 28 mall train North ar rive at 1114 a in ttftacn minutes earlier than heretofore Post Master West says that all mall should bo deposited at least 30 min utes before tho time for arrival of train Sales of Property Vlluglicft Si Swlncbroad report tho following stiles Just made by them Ellzibolli Joseph to Alex Walker reft Lexington street for 1000 M L and A Uonzlcy to 11 S Brown residence on Water street for 3000 J A Uratton to Albert hurl man 80 acres of land on Sugar Creek at 45 per acre Tobacco It Is believed that while tho Burley Tobacco Society Is local log warchous cs to tako caro of tobacco they would do well to consider Lancaster as Oar rard county raises about 000000 of pounds being In excess of some adjoin Ing counties They could then be able to put this county In the pool and thereby control our Immense crop giving the growers a convenient place to deliver their tobacco Sultible premises far the business are avail able and the matter should be taken up at once To Confederate Veterans The following Invitations are out to tho Confederate soldiers of Garrard county Out of compliment to Judge M C Saulley of Stanford and the Confed soldiers now living in Oarrard county I will give a dinner at the Kcngarlan Hotel In Lancaster on November 20th 1000 at one oclock p m I cordially Invite you to bo my guest on that occasion Come and let usliavo a good time together Very truly T II Robinson An Announcement Party Mrs Joe E entertained Thursday afternoon In honor of Miss Carrie Currey at which time the en to Mr John Anderson of Washington D C was announced tho wedding to take place on Wednesday December the eighth Tho Tuesday Afternoon Card Club was Invited ti meet her at two oclock The tally cards wore In the shape of pad lucks with cupids hearts and quotations upon them and upon the inside was written the At four oclock a few of tho Intimate friends of Miss Currey were received i The decorations wero In green white A delightful menu was by Uoaedlct of Louisville tho Ices be Ing In tho shape of wedding slippers wllh green bows Toasts were re sponded to and all showered good wishes upon the The afternoon was one of unusual Interest to the intimate friends of Miss Curroy and a still wider circle re to seo her leave but John Is one bf our boys and we say a great deal for him when we say he Is well worthy of the girl he will win Sugar Cured Pork This recipe has been for years In Virginia and Is thoroughly reliable To sugar cure hams and shoulders For overt 80 pounds of ham or should ers use 3 ounces saltpeter 7 ounces brown 1 pint tine salt Mix all thrcA thoroughly and rub on outside of meat same day It Ii butchered Lay meat on Inclined surface for 24 hours to drain whore It cannot freeze Then rub 2 quarts of salt on the 80 pounds Let It lie for 14 days on Inclined sur face so that molting brine will not stand on moat Hang up and dry or stroke then pack for the summer A board or swinging shelf In the cellar with one end rated and a tub nr bucket to catch the drip lithe best place to keep the meat In tho north In climate It will not freeze In the smoke house Perhaps as good a way us any to keep It over the summer Ii to put each pleco In a Hour sack or a bug made for the purpose and stuff all around the meat carefully with clean hay or straw so that the meat h nu place touches the bad This will keep any Inquisitive fly from reaching the meat and also supplies ventilation and prevents molding Sugar cured bacon can bo prepared In the same way as hams and should ers by using about DO pounds of tide meat out la strips for this tame amount of saltpeter sugar and salt Bacon prepared In this way U superior to the expensive sugar cured breakfast bacon on the market Indiana Fur SEND JON WORK TO OKNTRAU neoonD OFFICE a Inv f c wit o idonce on W tagement of Miss Currey ands t used I I J I YOUR Ttil d S v1r rein Ilap church Warehouse rate Saturday RobinsoiO announcement bridc elect rots sugar till nor Riqioious The prayer meeting for tho members of tho Christian church which was to have been held Wednesday evening at tho homo of Mrs Emma P Grant was postponed on account of Elder P M Tinders meetings continuing at Her rings schoolhouse Tho Ladies Aid rfocletr will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of W T West on Danville avenue Ed F M Tinder reports that he Is having a pleasant and successful meet lug at Herrings School house Elder F M Tinder will preach at tho Christian church Sunday morning at 1045 oclock subject Why I am Identified with ChrUt also Sunday nljht on now to make Lancaster an Ideal Town Services at Memorial Methqrtlst church next Sunday 11 a m and 7 by tile past r At 230 p m at Herrings School louse Dr Pearce as chairman of was culled to Louisville past week to make arrangements for meeting of tho Executive Committee of the American Church Federation In Louis vllle Dec 710 Thirtytwo denom inations are represented on the Exe cutlvoCommllteo representing twen ty million communicants of the Prot estant church of America The morning session will bo given to of tidal business tune afternoon and night to public services addressed by lead log mlnltters and laymen of churches of tho nation A social was held Thursday evening at the Christian church by the men berspf tho society and the of the church Man comes Into the world without 5 his consent and leaves it against his t will During his stay on earth his tune Is spent In one continuous round of contraries and misunderstandings In his Infancy he U an angel In his boyhood he Is a devil In his manhood ho Is cvcrvthlug from a lizard up in his duties be is a d fool If he raises a family he Is a chump If he raises a check he Is a thief and then the law raises h with him If be la poor man he is a poor manager and has no sense if be Is rich be Is dls honest but considered smart If he Is In politics he Is a grafter and a crook If he Is out of politics you cant placo him as he is an undesirable citizen If he gives to church he Is a hypocrite If he stays away from chrucb ho Is a sheer If be donates to foreign missions be does it for a show If ho doesnt ho Is stingy and a tight wad If ho deals with home mer pants he 1 a winner if he doesnt he Is a loser When he first comes Into the world everybody wants to kiss him before he goes out they all want to kick him If he dies young there was a great future before him if he lives to a ripe old age he Is In the way only living to save funeral expenses So life Is a young proposition after all Brownsville Pa Ex BallCampbell Tho Wedding of Mite Mae Salt and Mr Ernest lotion Campbell was sblmlzed In Louisville on Tues day The bride Is the only daughter of Joanna Ball of this city and a of Mr Win Ball one of Lancas best citizens She Is a most at tractive young lady with unusual musical talent and enjoys a large friendship in this community The Is a popular jeweler In Stanford Iy and wo bear be U a tine business man Wo wish to congratu late him omhavlng won such an ele Pant lady and wish them much sue cess through life Development Aiioclatlon On Tuesday night although the rain fell In torrents tho first regular meet lug of tho Lancaster Qarrard Coun ty Development Association was held In the Odd Fellows lodge room with about forty members present all of wiiom were enthusiastic over the new work which Is before us The minutes of the organization meeting wero read and adopted after which the chairmen of the various committees were called upon to name their committeemen A motion was made and carried for each member present to secure five now members by the next meeting night which U Dec 7th which they agreed to do This will bring our membership up to 300 After a motion to give the Secretary an assistant a committee was named to Investigate tho expense of an otllce and a stenographer for the association Uncle Jim Anderaon Jim Anderson colored one of the most highly respected colored persona In the county died last Friday after a lingering Illnaw of tubercu bale The burial took place In the Lancaster colored cemetery Sunday afternoon before an Immense crowd of his white and colored friends Uncle Jim had been Graded School for 23 years and the children from the beginning of hIt work there to tbo time ho resigned a few weeks ago loved and respected him for bit many kindnesses to them and tried to show appreciation by urnhbliig Immense floral designs for the funeral It will be many years before Uncle placo hUlled I Mrs the Declples of Ladles Aid Lire Ellen Janitor J pas p- In Committee later ers groom morning at the Choir Get The Best aaasarafvpa sataraadEcasaaoDado4O O1OTdt taTO crzaso i Trade Mark THF 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 2IQl I J MALLEABLEADEI r I i i z r z i MCBWgofirFq gCgagrx qCro4x7ogdxkl7 gtrgirgdirqA1I4R From A Man Who Knows The following interesting letter from a man who knows was received by John M Farra President of the New York Nov 8 09 John M FarraLancaster Ky Friend John i I was exceedingly glad to read in the CKNTUAL RECOUP that the Citizens of Lancaster and Garrard county had organized a Development Association This being my and county I shall alwaye feel a deep Interest In the welfare of the town and county The people stood by mo nobly In my mercantile career In Lancaster they helped me to build a commercial en terprise that 1 was proud of and I shall always remember them kindly for their gracious patronage there are no better or more hospitable people on earth than Lancaster and Garrard people and I love them with all my heartI with the proper Interest and with a united effort on the part of the citizens much can be accom plished have many things that should attract and draw people to tho town and county In fact your are great and you should let the world know about them There are many ways of advertising and tel Hog the world about the good things I hometown You Development resources you have But advettlsel you must I am a great believer In advertising when you have a good thing let the people know about It and they will come to see you I know they will come for I have tried It Lancaster and Garrard county peo ple should stand by and patronize home Industries this Is the only way to build up the town and county The businessman bankers merchants and manufacturers should stand together and advocate honest and fair compe titIan and not be afraid to spend a few dollars in advertising their wares and merchandise to the consuming and purchasing public Advertising Is not an expense It Is an investment if properly handled It the people will work and pull they can accomplish much In Union there strength I trust you will be successful In great results tar Lancaster and Qarrard county and for the slogan for the Lancaler and Garrard County Development Association I suggest Progress Publicity Homo patron age for Lancaster andGarrard County IndustriesI am yoursJ Mince Pie Under Ban Even as as the earlier years of tho eighteenth century mince pie aa an adjunct of the Christmas feast was forbfdden to the English clergyman f t together accomplish- Ing late i In order to MAKE ROOM for my large SPRING STOCK 1 T t0X0r0X J rllll0fYJ S S ID S ID I I or ti Buggies and Harness I will give a set of HARNESS with every buggy sold a I have only a few left Come at once W J Romans it rI 1T v Insist CIGAR An Elegant 5c Smoke i f 0 1 q NIIM t 0 On o a Xt 1ft IM I iEN A tv nre r COLONEL RILt CENTRAL RECORD ilBUKI WBkKLV IIW A YBAH F 3 HUGHES EdrPubr SecondClan Wall JMI r Member Ky ProM Association Eighth District Publish L uu Lnncaiter Ky November 19 1000 For PotUloal Announcements For City Oniccs 1 600 For County Olllees 1000 For State and District Ortlccs 1600 Fur Calls per lino 10 per line 10 Fur nit publlcal Ions In I ho Inter rat of Individuals or expression or Individual views per line Obituaries per line 05 The following word of warning from the Shelby Record should be read and heeded by Democratic party The rare for Congress prom Iscs to boa lively one and we put up the lest man as our bearer VTlie State uf Kentucky all thing being equal 1 safely Democratic 4 t Tlili was deirfow tinted last election when every Democratic county increased mnjorlly and many counties that have heretofore been In the R publican column fell line and helped to make u landslide But n victory this year dos tint necessarlh presume success In the future Man voters no longer stamp blindly node a party emblem They think for themselves and vote In nccoldance with thrlr views as Uilhe the me that are candidates and as to the measures that nee livtlved Faction al liuhls and tho hjcilm of Issue that not democratic lost the btuta to tho Republicans two year ago Wlllsons mnjcity then over 18000 neatly 0000 of which Jefferson county alone Jefferson this year went more than 2000 a Democratic gain of over 11000 The Democrats can win and will win If there Is nn elimination from hadcrnhlp of all who are determined to rule or ruin and the best men that can be found are put forward as cat didates on a platform that Is Democratic One year trot now Congressmen v III bo selected and two years hence there will be chosen u Governor and other State ofllcers Tin Congressman In I his district elec td the time by a plurality of 1 070 but In this same district l i 1007 when Wlllson was lected four of tin ten count tea went Republican and Democratic majority In the that year was only 287 Fur reasons and fur others the Democrat of the Eighth dlUrlct must make ni tulitake in the of the nom Ineo fur Congressman to be next Fall There are said to be sev eral aspirants to the place but there has not yet been an official announce ment made by any of them Every whoso name has been mentioned as a candidate for the ofllci has friends who would be pleased If be were elected Every one of them may be qualified to till the place but is out all that should be considered Qualification and fltnes for the oftlce Is absolutely essential but the nominee In the Eighth district must be sufllcienily tree of politcal other entanglements to make him pop ular after as well as before the Con vehiljn or primary ut which sc acted The majority In this is lit lo enough at best Two Repub Bean newspapers both ably edited have been what was In the district a year ago and strenuous ef be made to elect a Repul llcan Congressman In the Eighth To do this would te possible with a weal Democratic candidate For tho Dem ocrats to win with the strongest can dilute they may select will not be childs play Nsw Laws Now that we have elected a lature which Is largely Democratic and there nothing else to do but to make laws we expect the enactment of rmny that are much needed Thor are many thatshoul I be repealed and Bomeshould be passed toregujute butts civil and criminal Our system uf Is rotten t the core Doutl taxation Is enforced when land taxed to Iti value and mortgage or lion notes on the same are also taxed The farmer should pay on the part pain for and tio note holder on the balance The law requiring the purchaser tn pay on real estate bought before February 1 h also ob jectionable because the purchaser Vila his money September 1 and lio pays on the farm the seller would be exempt entirely to that amount when lie has the value of the property A I iw should bo enacted to force a full Idt of capital and thereby help tho owner of viable property to the burden by reducing rule taxation as It would bo diminished If t the property liU were larger Ue concealed weapon law It Is a dead etu mid should have a more severg penalty attached A license should be o permit tune purchase deadly weapons We throw re ti lot ions around the sale qf pulionoua jned pv one can buy a deadly Our divorce are bJotOHput The laarrlnKe contract can be broken fur thejuott t s r f f Jrd aAI r1e OJIU Ky I 1 and Rates Irfclnct amt Fur Clfll1 taken the e all or 0 1 war j t i I J I l t t1 selection I r 1 man r t J or- t addedtoo III It mat- t rll Inset in I It- tr tilt o f to- W it yet nl ur awe ne d f LI r b LaeauUr t sheet A r I ito i fitness were w- In case dally Nag last tl distrl the elect A t 4 thee t I necessary y leis di trl 1 1 f ti1 I is i i h bea f a As- tr a and heap laws a trivial 4 n u- r YF y e i 1 ai u s causip Tho Nil lo rouse alone should bo good and other causes should bo punishable us other ci lines 1artlcs nary separate but If for trivial causes they should not bo permitted to marry ugain Pete This In Your Hat In order that tho people may RCO how they have been discriminated against In favor of the rich by the IMyncAldilcli tariff law a Republi can measure sanctioned by n Republi can tho Lincoln Neb Journal n Republican which supported Tuft In 1008 pro duces sumo very Interesting figures These tUurcs very clammy lislnceily of Aldrich and tlier Re publican traders In the claim that the now tn Iff bears down heavily on the luxuries thus making the rich consume them pay more for theta while at too same time It greatly re duced the rates on the necessaries the things that the great n l Id loci uw use thereby reducing the priced upon them Tho Journal was curious to learn n hot her II li wan true or nut It led clghturllclcsthatircdlttlnctlvely luxuries and H also Hit d eight other articles which arc distinctive neces series Here they are LUXURIES Per Cent Diamonds j10A- ulomolics 45 Champagne 60 Furs 35 Pall and Stationery 20 Jewelry i 60 lewel Boxes 32 Yachts 35 KKCESSAUIKS Percent Sugar 78i87 Blanket 16542- Yarnf 13912 Carpets 6572 Stockings 8705 Clothing 8001 Dress Goods wool 10502 Shirts i6016 Owensboro Inquirer It 1 likely that the good roads imendment was demented and Sea hors Bosworth and Wyatt will take 4teps resubralsslor They vlll advocate the unploymeut of vict 1 ibor in bulldlog roads This been done successfully elsewheie and there would bo no competition Mill union labor With this feature and submit ing the question when there not so mecum contests V cause the voters to overlook the question It In very likely that the measure would curry vlilch we unworthy mortals enjoy Is iltogether appioprUte But why make it day We are blessed thousands of times each day and should bo Just as thankful next Wed nesday as we will be next Tnursday turkey or no turkey The First district Democratic con resslonul committee has been called to meet In Paducah December 1 to 11 x the time place and manner of noml noting a candidate for Congress Gun pressman O lie James will have no op position Judge A D Ford will cei tlnly qualify for County Judge In January If he lives reports to the contras notwithstanding 11T IIE1I1ION Mr Marion Montgomery sold to Mrs and calf for 50 Mr Jas Parks bought of Mr Edd Grow a calf for 14 60 Corn Is selling at 230 per barrel this locality Mr Q B Vanderpool left last week for Lexington where ho will reside in tho future Mr and Mrs Dennio Scott were with his brother near Junction City Sunday Mr John Jackson spent last Satur day with his slater sire 8 N Murford at Pink Mr 0 A Bruce wis with his daugh ter In Mercer County Sunday Mr Samuel Duncan was In Lexing ton lust week on business Mr John Sherrow aged 70 died his home at this place Saturday became III Friday night and suffered Intensly until the end He leaves a wife and six children mica a number of grandchildren to mourn the loss Interment took place in Mt Hebron cemetery Monday morning The tarn lly hue the sympathy of the entire community Forced Into Exile Wm Upehurch of Ulen Oak Oklu was an exile from home Mountain air ho thought would taro a frMit fur that timid defied ell remedies our two years After six months he returned deat dogidng Then 1 begun to used Dr Discovery ho writes and after tuk Jng six bottles I as well as over Usavca thousands yearly from desper at lung diseases Infallible fur Coughs and Colds dispels Hoarse nesn und Sore Throat Curls Grip ivrnchltls Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whooping Cough boo and 1100 trial free by E MollobecU r i i a I t i pre llel1t how who Hid towald Its extevery Llllio Sherrow a cow 11- I cough tJllI pa IL rtit c con ha ire many no w a evening lie luugracking apt lit Christian Endeavor Unon too annual convent Ion bf Oarrard County ChrUtan Kndravor Union will chutes Lancaster Saturday November SOti Time following Is the program Convention text Lot uS not bo weary lit well doing for III duo season wu shall reap If wo taint not 1000 SunK Sort ice 1010 DevitlonalEd Richard II oil burr 1020 Welcome Address Lancaster C B Society 1025 Verbal Reports from Societies 1030 Song 1035 Endeavor In rural Districts MUs Florence Chtl t pho 1040 Workers Conference 1125 Appointment of Committee and Announcements 1130 Noon recess and soclni half hour AVTKHNOON BKSSION 100 Song 110 Devotional Miss Carrie Arnold 120 President Message Hiss Geor gta Dunn 125 What can the young people do to help tho Paloi Discussion by all pastors present 150 Question Ilex 215 ChrUtlan Endeavor Behind the BrsEld F M Tinder 245 Good Cliizjushtp Rev E II Pearce 300 Conversation Service Rev Bush 315 Pcports of Commltr Mlzpah A Heirs Breadth Escaps Do you know that every time have a cough or cold and let It run on thinking It will Just cure Itself you are Inviting pneumonia consumption or some other pulmonary trouble Dont i lik It Put your lungs back In perfect health and stop that cough with Ballard Horelmund Srrup Price 25 60c and 100 per bottle Sold by R E McRobcrts 1m Stopped His Paper Not very long ago a cranky sort of an old man met u on the street and H us to his paper There wf something In It that did not Just u t his fancy We frequently meet Him on time street and 1 Uamutligtu auto the took of surprise on the old fel loco that wo are still in exl tence regardless of the fact that he stopped tho paper Some day and that wont be lung tUher that old gentlemen will turn up hU toes heart will be stilled forever Neigh tiers and fi lends will hh lifeless clay to tho silent city and Uy It to the rest among the flowers An obituary will bo pub l hed In these columns tall InK what kind of a husband a good neighbor and beloved citizen be was which the recording angel v ll look for sake and In u very short time be will be forgotten out there In the cold graveyard wrapped In tho slumbers of death he will never know that the teat kind words spoken of him wero by the of this paper which In life ho so spilefuly stopped Did you over moment and tlilrik that your editor who ever ho my be will wrltj your obituary some daj Ex Young Qrls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and cure from Dr Kings New the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25c at R E Mcllobertf lm BUENA VlSlA Miss Earine Asklns of Wllnoro N vhltlnif the family of J AskliiH and other relatives Ml Aunea Bouts of stereo spent Friday until Monday with the Misses L Inner James Scott wife and daughter of Jessamine liavo been tbo guests of Mr and M8 J V Sot Mrs Ruth M ody Alabama Is the J W Asklns sad family Miss Ring and E Mc Whortcr from near Lowell spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Miss Florece Chrlstphc- rGottCo of Lancaster through their agent Leslie Ruble bought a number of turkeys In this section Price paid Albert and Mlis Lucre tra Skinner and brother Archie warn lu Losing ton Saturday on buslnew Miss Asktns and Mr Rid dlo of mbroso have been the guests of the Misses Asklns Mrs Ren McCann of Lexington has returned t her home In Losing ton after a brief visit to her daughter Mn HuKhCliilUopher Hen Perkins a unmoor resident of thU now of Middlesboro made a llyli K visit hero 1 ml week M cud Mrs Logan Duncanof Mor cor attended church hero Sunday amid yliiltd Mr John Duncan James Munduy and family from near Sunday with Mr uud Mrs A Sculded Shriek horrified his grandmother Mrs Marla Taylor f Nebo Ky who writes that when all Thought lie would die puck Arilca Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Jlunib SculJs Cuts Gurus Wounds Urulses Cures Fever Sores Rolls Hklu Eruptions Chll lams Chapped touts 83catRE MoRoberts lm bo bald nt ChI htlllil 1 lOP WI1NINtJ 11t tON Chi hUah Son 11 you H Just slows IIh overt Chili hyK Asa he ties editor Just pause a I W from guest or Iadd tie but Ihmod o lIandli Soon Iha t step clew prompt spentLo II pay Ions l 1- r a IMVANTHVllU Prof MlltHi Kill Ut of LcxItiKton won tho weekend guest of hit broth cr Ir W M Hlllott Mr and Mrs J U UIMunn amid children visited relatives tn the Utter part of time week Mr Logan I on tins been vlalllnit hU UiiUKht ir Mrs A T Christopher at Somerset Mrs W J Hogan cntno homo Frl day after upending a son days In Lex ingtonMr Noo continues to Im prove very slowly Dr W M Elliott anti J IIo an Ballard were In Lexington Tliursilnjr and Friday They hating gone to take Mrs George Huffman to mho hospital where site underwent an operation MlssSalllo Marrs Sparks of Nlshol ns llle item bees the guest of J II Dcanc The regular services will bo held Sunday evcilntf ut the Methodist church by tho pastor Rev Godbuy It Is thatcverybody wli attend Pattio Belle Uurko lots for soy days been on tbo sick list Miy mo Milliard expects to go to Lexlngt m In n few days for a visit to relativesDr Rose Is repairing He Is having hardwood floors laid and will havo other Messrs Holcomb who purchased the Mure room of Mrs Taylor MuU ns now tho Uryantsvlllo drug Hire anti post rflko will move I to Mr Dent Hi bombs lot Quite a loud deal of Improving Is In our little cityMrs Charley Dcano Is vlsltliir li Jessamine A Tiny cant tell you In words what the trouble I but If Its complexion gets pasty It It gets weaker and weaker loses flesh and cross and peevish you can be certain that it lies worms Give It Whltjs Cream Vermifuge guaranteed harmless Expel tho worms and puts tho baby In a hcullhy normal condition Scld by R R Mc Robeiti lm PAINT LIUK Mr W S Fish has bought out tho undertaking from W F Chump Mrr O E Williams and children left Monday for tin Ir new home In Madison Ind Jas C pucker or Middlesboro and nr rer Ruckcr of Loxlrgton visited their parents ono day lust week Rev Uallou of M ddlesboro nas been visiting at tho home of Mr Will KingDr W L Carman has returned from an extended visit to his parents at Washington Court House Ohio The many friends of Mhs Margaret Rennick are glad to know Is Improving an4 hope she will soon bo out again Ml es Susie Hilton Gallic Adams and Rachel Henry of Lancaster spent Sunday with Miss Eliza Rucker After spending Saturday and Sun day with their parents the Mkscs Me Whortar have returned to school In RichmondMr who Is running a warohous at Lowell sold to Mr Langley 150000 Ibs of tobacco at Hlc The tjbacco market Is quite flush In this neighborhood stlllng at from 13 to 15 cents per lb Remember the oyster supper at Fishs halfypn Wtdn sda nlghtJje toro bccOt Metnodlst church H J PATRICk Dentist Paint nivtr Kentucky Burgh hoped ort l lira once Improvements bel1llt dune It bu I less that ho ed Li6k Mrs Mite Miss Baby tobacco inK All S4I k Oua tin Lumber Mesa Out of Straw It seems at hit ti iiniko lumber out of straw hits rcRUlttsd U 1 fJnldnor of Now York hm spoilt years and over 100000 on this Invention and has mado n success of It At a recent meeting of farmers In North Dakota hocxbltltvd lumber mado fruit straw that iippcnrcd 1 1 bu made nut of hard wood and for llnlsl lg It tikes a high pedal mectlig Mr Gardner told tio farmers tliul ho could m inn fncltiro lumber ht n fruit 116 to 20it ono ton of straw nuking 2000 feet of the iiinrteriicli lilinbcrsuotini would bo Used In nil out big building A plant which would manufacture 73000 feet a thy would cost front 260000 ti HfOOOO The Itimbor retail ut 100 u thousand In New York aid at about 50 here A plant bo pal I ciKon from the profits Ho suggested that the farmers organ uch n company or uncouriigo Ilinie I itercdtei t cniislvuiiiii Rxliroad company has adopted boatels fur ctlllnfs fur Its curs and J J IIM of tho Great Northern will havo llnlshlngn Time lumber din bo used for Inside purposes Including and U lode structnblo and vermin und Mt and Furnur Governor I Y of the product In North Dikota mid wilt probably promote u largo company for Us nnnuracturo at Fargo lotus nla Farmer Avoid Trouble Women ivhca threatened with a mishap should take Cardul and prevent the We trout occorrlng la your delicate cetidillei It will save yon muck pale and misery trIed Cardul belorc confine sleet and have found II el wonderful benefit Mrs Fannie Nichols el Mexico Me writes Last year I threatened with a mishap and Wine of Cardnl helped me more than any other medicine Now I have a line healthy boy I think Cardnl the finest medicine I know of for female troubles and I wish all suffering we try It Get Cardul Sold everywhere WANTED TURKEYS at the highest market price delivered at my pens from November 12th to 20th time UUUllll1t successfully utitmi At this cut ot thou IId cot hi fur In n flit limo the fur car flints mice pruot Is ht1fClllell In lho manufacture tier Thousands have TakeCARDUI was would II last feet mnaterlalsuatd St lea Mea E 41 sIP BaNoi X rayour Tobacco with iiAZLEY 1ASEJOEN We insured tobacco last year in this curt adjoining counties when other agencies could not Office National hank of Lancaster Phone 31 We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO hasnt Leon open rogular for Bomo time but will bo ovory Saturday ConIc in and get the best PHOTOKS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO s S r e OII nod now r Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOniOIUTKI Capital Stock 5000000 R It McROORRTS Ircit J J C Kubnuks iVice Ircs R I IJurton 3 Vice Ircs J W KI MOkU Cnshlcr D V I n lut All R Ulktn Hook Keeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank I I THE C uta ler Ltuwnptar ICy I Notional Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R htcotdiat J E STOHMES Petit 3 C Cublir J F Robinson AMI CdHlir- U T Kiubry Hookkrcpcr D Cochran Alex U Onnnjr A 0 Robinson John K Htornim K C WI Wllilanm Ice rtE nenny J IJ Gill THE DEs Y uuttccrona Sam Indestructible The clear full brilliant tone of Columbia title Cylinder Records ia the best reason for theirwow ing popularity But its a fine thing to know they break no matter how careless you may be nnd that they will never wear out no matter how many times you play them 35 Call for a catalog I A splendid repertoire to choose from and wo are adding to it right along F G Hurt Lancaster I Inde true cant I cents o Hens we go heel and tool Rundown hcclt vomout toe make the youngsters shoes go quickly Try Buster Brown Shoes Extra heavy extra wild heels arc what last p Theres double wear in every BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngster 150 to 250 pair 1 = Youll Get Satisfaction there is Actual Comfort in a of White House Shoes than in others choc you could buy 1 I i j I j ore- M + because ere built on scientific lines of correct tort form which means foot comfort White House Slioca fit limo Sect snugly without cramping and cover IsrRO range of styles and lasts Tills gives lust the style lie wants and at a populsr price White Houco Shoes for Men for Women Kentucky Drills Vulcan Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A oomploto lino of furniture and stovoa on inatullinont plan Host 28 gungo Iron 3 orinpod roofing at f215 a aquaro We want all ypttr products q highest market juice Becker Ballard G Bryantsvllle Kentucky they l J I LI WIHe o StocJ I t IfrOIl a t I Ito ra everyone fl ILWe r ti FOR ANYTHING 0XDU NEED FOR YOUR T GiV XlfcTGr X IfcT IsT IE We will have fresh Oysters Cranberries and everything else necessary J r I I 4 6 ra f A I L a11 GIlII Slaspso hc e LL a N es cr r Celery r N 2 I d y- Y d Gossip About A Bud Mention of Cemlntt sad J L In NIcbolaivllle Sunday c Mr and Mr WE MOM arc In North Carolina on a visit Mr It L a visitor In Dauvlllo Saturday Fred P Frlsbla Is at homo from a business trip to Cincinnati K E Molloberts has gone U Hop kinsvlllo to visit his wifes relatives Mrs Susan Salter la In Danville vis illlng her nephew Mr John Leo El kin Mr and Mrs J F Pettus of Spring Auld arc guests of Mrs Llulo Me VCarlcy Mr and Mrs Willis Pearl of Lon don were guests Sunday of Miss Rella Arnold Judge A D Ford Is at home after a business trip to Covlnglon and Cln clnnatl Mm Oaller Silver Creek Is the guest of Mr and Mm David Sanders Mlu Annlo Davis McRoberts of Stanford visited Mm J R Mount last week W J Snrxltf rass of Kansas Is the v guest of his daughter Mrs Booth Thompson Mm Mathew Walton of Lexington fslltouursiof Mrs S II Anderson and family Mines Ethel and John Eva Hilton of Stanford are guests of Mr and Mrs R Mrs R T Embry entertained a number of friends at an elegaat din nor on Tuesday Mr and Mrs W R Moss and child rOil have none to Raleigh N C for a vlilt to relatives Mrs John E Stormes Is In tile city of Covlngton visiting her cousin Mrs Arthur Hubbard Miss Mary Jagoo of Cadiz Is ex peeled tjls week for a visit to Prof and Mrs D W Bridges Mlu Annie Hcrndun was hostess to the Tuesday Aftirnoon Club at ber on Lexington ave Mrs George A McHoberte of Cov Inifton Is here vlslllnit her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Hurnslde LlltU Mlts Mirgaret Smith of Jol Ijco Is hero with her grandparents Senator and Mrs George T Farrli- Mre John Mount of Rocky Mount North Carolina Is with her husbands parents Mr and Mra J R Mount Mrs George Robinson has returned to her home In Danville after a visit to her mother Mrs Rebecca West Mrs Henley Rastln and little son Charles havo been In Nlcholsvllle the guests of Mr and Mm Charles Den man Mr and Mrs J R llasoldcn and Miss Edna Mason and Joe Haselden made an auto trip to Lexington Sat urdayMrs J I Paiton and little sun James of Stanford were guests this week of her parents Mr and Mrs A C Robinson Mesdames Crlt Eubanka and R M Newland of Stanford and Mla Annlo Rose of Dryantavllle visited Mrs J S Johnson this Mi Robert Rogers and llttlo daugh tar Elizabeth of London England hivo been recent guests of Mr and Mrs Dank Hudson Mrs E L Pcur who Is now In Mar tlnsvllle Ind for treatment for rheu matism will leave shortly to spend the winter In tho South Miss Ruin Ray of Normal School lUchmona spent frpm Saturday until Tuesday with homo folks Miss Ray Is an appointee from Garrard and has Just passed first examination on a two yearn state certificate course Mrs Arthusa It Currey announces the engagement of her daughter Car rim Davidson Currey to Mr John L Anderson of Washington P 0 The wedding will take place at the real dence of Mm J 0 Hemphlll on Wed nesdayDecemier the eighth nineteen hundred nine MUjBallloKUIn exDnd a cordial invltallun to all who are Interested In decorated chlnalo call at the KenKran Hotel on December ard and see fv work even If you dopol care to buy H4Q2t If TOM to lie as sweU utssed as lIill v Ws All W In f t 4 Eklo was w IjJ 1 Burke or iI iI ifAie 13 ft r i J l fd F rl II lfation r 0- i itr I r t I I 1J 5tf i t t I r t it I rtI i r i aI If iI J fY ff II f br l t I I par ror Sow be glad tb fou till OIh r t at tier You an iI Ot rise from James p W r k e e 1 Going byThas Vrancls was t x 4 s4 4 a E s F 5 home g Y q fi s Yy h b 1aa ti weeks s t i t f I r 1 flub nave 1 rcc Xcramlo4 4 t ac want wear II t clraIfner Nttrl- adtbLbee r WalkerShtppird Time following wedding report will bo of much Interest to the many rel atives and friends f the bride and her parents who formerly lived In this countyWichita Pails Texas never witness cd a more beautiful or Interesting wedding than that of Ml s Dot Wal ker daughter of Mr and Mm Daniel Hates Walker and Mr Will liolton Shepperd on Nov 10 1900 at tho handsome hump of tho brides brother Dr Wade If Walker 704 Scott Ave Tho bride la a member of Kentuckys oldest and most highly connected tam miles of the Bluegrass rrgln and a great soclnl favorite here her family having been residents of this place fur years and occupying positions of ImportanceThe Is a popular and prom inent young man connected with tlo Denver R R Formerly ho lived at JIll Sandy The spacious residence was beauti ful with palms ferns and cut flowers and a largo number of guests were hidden to the luipresalvo cere many performed by Rev Lapulcy an old friend of time family Tho strains of Mendelsohns wed ding march played by Miss Mary Au derson accompanied br Mrs Uruco Greenwood with tho vloln heraled tho approach of the wedding party to the alter of terns palms and vines room Thobrldo entered on tho arm of her eldest brother Dr Wade II Walker who gave her away She never sweeter than In her elegant lace robb over heavy white satin hand In Mlver beads and silver ring rime sweeping veil was held with pins and bird of parldlse agrctt Tho bndoa bouquet was white crrsauthemums the maids carled arm bouquets of pink carnations Time groom and his groomsmen wore very handsome In the conventional bhck After the ceremony and congratula Lions the guest were served with cream and cake In tho dining room which was beautifully decorated In pink car nations american beauty ruses pink ferns la tho lIbrAry fruit punch was set red by Misses Luclla Brooks and Enter Ooesilne and the 1 idle used fur serving tho punch was made fur time brides maternal grandmother In 1833 and has been used at the various weddings of the family since One of the features of the evening was cutting of the brides cake which was made by her mother and ti tile old custom stirred by the bride and baked In tho old pan that has been uicd for so many fair brides of tier family and contained the dime the ring tho thlmtlc needle tho bachelor button and the mlttsn Each of tho 200 guests were to register In the wedding book Many beautiful and cosily gifts were sent by friends as tokens of love and esteem In which they Mr and Mm on an early train for an extended Eastern tour and will return about December fifteenth A Broken Back That pain lu your back caused by lumbago at 11 muscles or a strain Is an easy thing lojiet rid of Ballards Snow Liniment cures rheumatism lumbago sore and stiff muscles strains sprains cuts burns bruises scalds and all aches and pains You need a bottle In your house Sold by R E McRoberts 1m CAUTEKSYILLE Mr Qco Allen sold to Morris Green a cow fur 137 60 Born to the wife of Andy Conn a tine boy on the 13th Mr Picas Dees Is visiting his par anti at Livingston Rev W II Oryantls holding a meet log at the Copper Creek school house Mr John Sowder and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs Sum Baker J D Carter sold a Cow to W M Pennlugton for 130 Mr Cnarlle Phelpa who has oeen very low with pneumonia Is much Im proved S Ruop le building an add tlirifto Qeo Allens now home 3 rooms back porch Mr Walker Bryant and family and Mrs F P Bryant were time guests of Mr and Mrs Milton Jennings Sun dayMr O 1 King of Norman Okla was the guest of the Misses Roop and his cousin Ulu Mary Hobbs Filday Mr J 0 Napier pad little daughter Graxe of Rowland are visiting hla daughter Mrs Kate Allen Mr John Wilson happened Co an ac cident while barking board timber cutting one tinKer off and Ida thumb very badly Rev F P Bryant tilled Lila appoint mentatPreachersvllle Saturday and Sunday Jr D I Montgomery met with a painful accident Sunday morning while out looking at hla young mnlM one kicked him In the face II the drawing POll cryaanthemums and I were held I as A badly wit CM McKee arranged Waked embroidered accord- Ing requested Sheppord left Saturday hit School Notes Tho first quarter of the school year closed last fcrlduy Examinations woo held on Thursday and Friday The reports show a very satisfactory grade of work Those making an grade of 00 per cent and over have be m enrolled as honor students Their names are as follows Primer Grade Lucllo Ilallou Eu gene Cochran LaVcrno CDIckerson Porter Scott Hudson Dola Rico hughes Mltinlo Jennings Eugenia Muss Ida Murphy Elzibeth Mlddl Ion Darker Foley Ezra Pollard First Grade Mary Brown Neal El more Lillian EitlsTlielma Hamilton Stella Henry Etta Lutes Suo Fisher Rcspcsfi Mitchell Tinder Tommy Walker Bradford Williams Minnie Conn George Foley Second Grade George Swlnobrond Bowman Bernice Chomp Earl Jennings i Clay Miller Maud Conn Mary Adams Joseph liallou Claud Conn Margaret Cook Hazel Corder Pearl Dickerson Hudson Frlsble Ktnnnlrd Clayton Morrow Her tha Oaks Vivian Prayther Anna triton Moss Cattle Hello Romans Willie Christine Sanders Third Grade Mary Leo Lear James Tinder Wilma Henry Chris tlnn Sanders Mildred Beizley Harvey E Us Katie Joshlln Flsrciice Actoc Elmer Boyle Mir Sargent Jcssq Austin Val Cook HobliiKon Cook James Slier Annie Held Willie Hell We t Gladys Frisbic Fourth Grade Alice Rlgner Char llo Elinoro Georgia Muss Wtodruff Williams Fifth Grade Dalton Rich Bottle COrder Kalhrlno Hournc Sixth Grade Miy Powell Ora Prayther Carrie Reid Seventh Grade Ucsslo Cur Eighth Grade J O Hemphlll Ellis CoxM try Johnston Bernie Lear Mary Clay Wlllums Lucian Grant Helen Young Elzaboth Collier Ma rlo Hullird Patsy Klnnalrd Robert Tomllnson Manila Galileo Ninth Grade Frank Tinder Kale Hollziluw Skittle Adams Tenth Grade Charlie Dunn There were several other pupils reached almost 00 and while not quite reaching Honor Bull requirements they have done very creditable work The attendance fur the quarter has been unusually good the average at tendanco being a little above 00 per cent of all enrolled Tho Wednesday music club com posed of Mrs Duriihldcs pupils will ulvo a program In the Chapel the last Friday In each month However on account the meeting this month will bo held on Wednesday of Friday Tho public is Invited to attend D W BRIDGES To Mak Lay Bourbon Egg Producer supplies etc ments found In various grains seeds and grasses which causes the food to produce eggs Instead of fat A few doses In time feed will make your hens lay amazingly Try Hand see bold by J R Mount Co The IrlHIcki Almanac For 1910 Ready November 15th 1000 a on itstronomy and meteorology the only one containing the original Hicks Weather Fore casts By mall postpaid 35c en nowstands 30c free with u years to Word and Works tho Rev Monthly Miga ilno the In America Agents wantet Remember the gen uine lUck Forecasts are not pub lished anywhere get then only in his own publications Word and Works Publishing Co 2201 La Mo AtUntlcm Swine Breeders Bourbon Hog Colors Remedy Is a sure preventive as well as a cure for hog cholera and other Infections dis eases of swine It keeps hogs healthy and makes them and fatten A few doses now may save the loss of your entire herd Sold by J R Mount Co It Is a Crime to neglect your health Tho worst neglect that you can bo guilty of U allow constipation biliousness or any liver or tx wol trouble to continue It Is poisoning your entire system anti and nmv lead ti a serious chronic Take Ilerhlno anti got absolutely well The sure cure for any and all trouble of the stomach liver and bowels Sold by R E McRoberts 1m FINK VAUM IN UAIUIAHD COUNTY A flue blue arise farm for sale situated on paw new Point heaven and eta motto Utc it r lnlugSOO sorer will totaled In l tiorbooib luK at 111 Julia tr with tumliom nt w i v ro A r ittl n v iber on with tl D cnurr Qulkytlillnft ud good u w barn p co w tU never Ulllug iprluvi lunulag tbrougb- T xij In baud UUnee mid years tram b rlu until paid Persons o klDg mob pl c writ OfM WQWAHCKHl iloK Ky I Grant William lIolIlon Cord r Jonhl Cox or holidays Hens Rev splendid Ir t III ks bra l onthly Discounts on lanaCft In quantities elseyou cunt St St Louis row t nail mls SALE I oulh of good walk a 0 Well 11 red and creek elf out Iwo air per for average Instead cordially On copy subscription disease FOIL pike part r Iwo story day ofate Seat luWres please Gerteral News The lion Winner K Settle was de Glared tho Democratic nominee for Judge of tho Court of Appeals of the Second district ntOwensboro Ho had noupposlton Jiidgo Thomas J being with out opposition was declared tho nominee for Judge of tho Court of Appeals In tho First district A serious operation was performed upon Mrs Wilson In New York last week The Governor wired Secretary Todd hp was confident the surgeons work would bo successful Upon his written confession Unit ho had committed an assault upon time little daughter of A C Wine John Ejglo was sentenced at Washington Ind to life impilionmcntln the State prisonWith simple but Impressive time monument orated In memory of the Miiwchuselts soldiers who were buried at Baton Rouge La during time war between the States was unveiled there Monday In accord with plan to provide fifty counties with adequat ware house facilities time Burley tobacco and Insurance Company approved con ditionally time purchase of the Bonto Warehouse at Harrodsburg with a of 1000000 pounds the purch ase of two acres of ground at Law rcnccburg nod live acres at Mt Ster Zing Completing his 13000 mile journey through the West and South Presl dent Taft arrived In Washington from Richmond Vu Ho was greeted at the Union Station by members of the Cabinet and a large crowd of people Ho was driven Immediately to the Within House In time Presidents auto mobileAfter setting tire ti his own house In Madison county CasMus Iuody cut his wifes throat her to be burned In and going to a building in t he yard su icide by drinking carbolic acid Mrs Moody crawled to the road In runt of time house and died Thomas Jefferson Hall a boy caused a reign of terror In New Albany while attempting to rob the Merchants National Bank lIe shut and Instantly killed Garry Fawcett cashier of the Institution and then probably fatally wounded President J K Woodward and a negro clmuffeur He was captured and lynchingThe of the sugar weighing frauds promise to reach proportions that will rival tho famous Insurance disclosures While none of the illlclals will talk it Is known the Investigation of conditions ut Philadelphia and Boston are under way as well as ut Now Rork Time control of tho Western Union Telegraph Company passed to tho American Telephone and Telegraph Company and a long step was taken toward tho morning of the telephone and telegraph companies of tho noun try Into a with a capl talization of nearly 1000000000 YOUlL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Hogou Is llli f every tiling Lot of Becondhant ewlng machines for sale atyour price SD Turner 1 Cranberries Celery at Carreys fur Thanksgiving dinner at Balerleltirciitanrautv Nun Augustus Itt leasing the nillllCS committed old narrowly escaped corporation H I I tI 1111 naKa 1rtr1S Klvlnltlloodll Oysters und Democratic ceremonies capacity I7 year Investigation dtbr fzecoaL CULL9XLJtltaphtca4ur Thanks eJctyamulyoe9tbingymaIwod Oetr2TT sntrforvout ftgs at 8 D Turner Mi Eat Thanksgiving dinner and sup per at L N Restaurant dertfilercompletely41eavell at Coir RedCrowFlmirrmade liHParts In barrel or sack otSDJ TurBers at 7 perba7rel TlieKengarlanvIIi Bpcclaltyof tHfllfWUdfock dlnneron Thanksgiving show Monday Insurance Man Hplendld pfllce rent 7 rooms and ball oter Swlnebroad ll102t Look Out Time oenalty your school tax Dec Is 1110 2 We will serve tiSSo and tu Jf for ThankSKmnglnner and supper Goto 8DJTurncLsonJopot street for your court dayjuncbh They will serve Boup Hshijintl iJatDbergj pd wlches It You at for the 16W en on tobacco core Foil RKMTrrHouso and premises con slating of otfirouncVtaUuat ed on CrabOTchaTd stree Apply to 17 lb sugar at for a dollar Arbuckles cofTealScts Largestock of dst Prints 6 Powells In eyerfthlng show cascstscale8 cheeseluLva etc since I rented a store with fixtures 8 T Turner B Per cent Money Will loan In sums of or more first mortgage pn real estate you will the money late thlqyfall or time Swlnebroad Ten Cent Store For Sale Having to move to the courf try orj my sell my of glve v 111231 R J Hendron For Rent Three rooms for rent over my offlce with men V 11122 J Lest Tax Notice This Is the last city tax notice be fore time penalty goes on wfilch is and settle ll102t City Tax Collector n 500 for best dozen ears best jdozen ears 1200 for best ears v iacj O3 00 for best 12 00 cxt best hand the last day Gaines tho Man Public Sale I will otTer ti the highest and best bldderatmy residence near depot at 230 p m Saturday Nov 23th all of my furnllure- f Fatfnle Bishop Am Auctioneer ll102t OotUnlf rrrwhrttrbe MlllolIa t- JQa It IryntrWlrt ri makea I i Oalne j I E pply Swine bn atff 1l202L 4 Fo jllilns on RIch o street for IIJD nail aD- lIujf 4 on C and sav6 E W Tress Cb I fll bOw l a nd I or sent I the Insurance 1tr 1 II LSottenJiLwlurdKy 11194t fi low lls U sl es e t Save man 2t Storol1lturesrotlIIlecoDslt1DirOfU I have no U l r 1000 I time ft tho year the to application I 625tf G I accon health Twill t modern sonvenloDcCB rentt6 forJIrr or 9 n KIDnalrd Decen lJeJ1sf Plea c Vltb f 300 next n 1 jPz In france ho ld and kl r w 111recelye orders fora tulpfn gntlpesi0294t Tfikdkeptiintro tOY a a l Doutdorget the eorrrtitnd tobaceo the torrent onPulilic are Wars and grtery ga t onalty lijut e aledetn av Bring r- sines fonr acres Y5L need ottbesain myvst4sre a reed s pow make fr decided sock goods and im- pmediate ossesslaa Prefer bed you g atone iron tith M p y sob HELP PUSH IT ALONG Are you for tho advancement of Lancaster and Oarrard If BO loin tho LANCASTER AND QAUUAUD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION Use the blank below Fill It out and mall to John M Lancaster Tho membership feo of one dollar not bo paid bj members who enroll their ntimcs before December 1st All members enrolled after that date must pay ono dollar membership tee In addition to dues Nut necessary to remit dues until nee 1st Sign application now and help bulb town and county LANCASTER and GARRARD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION APPLICATION FOR MBMBBRSHIPM- KMIIBIISIIII 9100 MONTHLY Doles JKScts 1 hereby apply for membership In the Lancaster and Garrard County Development Association and agree to hay upon notlflcatlon of my election one dollar membership fee and twintyHve cents a month duos Said dues to be payable ono dollar and llfty coats on December 1 and one dollar and tiny cants on Juno 1 of ash year of my cbiineotlon with said Association Signed Address Recommended by County will to I It lir I 4r t Farm FEe 19r udJ tr YOUR Attention IS Drawn to the fact that OBELISK FLOUR is milled front the best wheat grown When you bake use OBELISK FLOUR and youll find your baking the best you ever turned out You dont have to take our word for it Ask anybody who has ever used Obelisk Flour Barrels at 700 Half Barrels at 375 BANKS HUDSON The Great Majestic Range 1 Time Tried and Fire Tested B In use 27 years aftoi burning with the house of pj W U Cook Examined recently by two stove 1 exports and found to bo in good condition Many m I in use in the county from to 12 and 15 years jjj Buy one and save money and fuel S i See our 750 Dollar Gun 1 i Headquarters for shells and hunting outfits 5 IB See our Rogers Silver Ware 1 J R MOUNT 60 i J J WAKSHIt President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Ot LANCASTER KY 50000 SURPLUS 25000- B P HUDSON Cashier W O RIONKY Asst Cashr C D WALKKB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Glbb Lewis L Walker 0 A Arnold SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS AT I L Vmt W C Flib Vice Pr l W 0 K a p r Ciiklir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INUOUlOJUTJCD ftMl MIfr 1 ij CAPITAL ii OOCOOC OOC OOC OOCOOOOC I 1 r next jrfa 1 r r I a d Ui EB t j1 P I0r1G r Mcfloberts Drug Store I AOOO00O00O004 OOtOOOQOOQOi- t Weedy Wo offer you fair treat mont with ovory accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 1600009 SURPLUS 900000 U COT RUAHNOU- KOQUVN JB BDKROWlt I B KU WOODS WOVI81I UIIIIKJTOMI Y O WYNN WOODS i Our Cuttomers Fully Protected by hdelity and Caiuality lniunnc0fro I Farm and Stock Jim Wood nold 20000 pounds of nt train 1H to 14 RUsbr m 1 to Dr J A liar mon a fancy harness mare for 185 ft K Hcrndon sold 100 batrrU of corn to J Wado Walker at 260 per barr J 1 Hamilton bought of Taylor Ralney 268 acres of land 0 miles from Lancaster at 105 per acre We learn that Hunks Hudson hag fthnled and uhlpprd 20000 bushels of corn this tall from the 1900 crop I havo about 600 shocks of fodder and would like to have a bunch of cat tljtcffMd Ch ll122tpd 1ucbaVl ta Ky Oco Tankeraley and Gets Anderson sold their crops of tjbacco which were raised on 11 K llorndonis place at cents N For tuck cruflher In good condlton 4lll S told rode per day Will to Swlhcbr6ad Yfindcll Caldwell of this county btiuitht 75 heart of llDSpound cattle of James Yowellj of Hustonvllle week at 1 75 per hundred Kentucky Advocate s Dont Jorjtet nelt cot It doesnt seem right to sell eggs of different sizes at the same price They should either be sold by weight or waded and the time probably come when this will be dune er plea W B Burton shipped a load of mules to Atlanta lat week for which he received a fair price lie also bought a car load of mules court day In Nlcholaavllle from Ductworth Spears that averaged 171 each Horses end Mul Wanted Any one having horses or mule buy them at an W B Ky The wheat market at Chicago uninfluenced by the phenome nail large worlds shipments advan ced In the early trading Corn ruled allitbtly off and oats were 8140 quiet while provisions manifested a uniform advance Land For Sale One fifty acres Title WI Loblnson Secretary Newman made bli annual report to the State Fair Board last week It shows that the not profits of the fair tlili year were 19360 against 1320462 last year or a net increase over lust yeara exhibit of 0097 31 The total gate admlwlona fur the nil days this year were 104042 7 To Dialers In Cattle For grazing and feeding cattle call on or place your orders with A Commission Co Kansas City Stock Yard A for what you wll ence lu flllh Please cornmuWIcatlons to W O Park Kansas City Stock Yards 10MOt The turf world was shocked last week by the announcement of the death of Hamburg Relic the worlds greatest trotting mare She died at the farm of her owner H M Hanna near Thomasvllle GP where she bad Just been shipped In the hope of re storing her 1 1 health by escaping the rigors of a northern winter climate She died of pneumonia a few hours after her arrival at the farm A few days ago load of hill draft horses sold Intbe Chicago market at from 220 to 270 per bead and were bought by New York and other east ern For some time all the heavy draft horses have been In at good prices In Chicago and other market centers thus Indicating that there Is abundant reason why farmers having good large brood mares should grow good drafters tomeetthls demand that seems to be growing so rapidly durlog the year A cow or heifer with a nice large well developed udder with four good teats placed squarely upon same seems like a source of pleasure pro TlJlng they are easy milkers but the urns KOI t of a cow or heifer being termed us a hard milker la as a rule a source of annoyance eaepclally to those who do the inlUlny Owing to the that a cow or heifer U a nice easy milker they are usually milked out clean at each rnlkljw In this way they are enabled to keep up their regular now of milk the other hand It they be bard milkers becomes discouraged and Impatient and falls to draw out the natural quantity The cow or heifer will then soou show the effects of this by drying up on her milk In this way many a valuable cow kola become prac tidally worthless as a milk producer Hard milk Ing cows or heifers can be positively In a short per od of time and In a very way nut by the use of the nCklugi but bjr li UM of the Teat Plug tr vru I cent Chat l DlotIc 131 SaleA tr Apply I A re and Li a wi te- m pia a t two wee s n Find I try Cephus rgan Point Leavell Jy hu dredand or land we Impro d well wets d on good roe r miles o ryantt II at b Ila Call on J car ul s lectl W IlL ma by r W O has d 27 a o I market II acar I demand size the In overcome economical- I k 1 l tobacco l I t r 1 cruel tulles 8c this corn and tat co show day 15C Iven away fur et Ed O Ines the Ins ice Man t i wit heifer weighing t- 35011w tg left do 1 o sell will uUt by see g me as will a and ye the highest m k rice Burton ncaster y seemingly el food a t I S- Cooper e Park wh experi- n eraon addre I dealers k i tact I t wlhlle on walker wits 1 The teat should bo washed with nn Biitlsopllu rolufon Plug should bo dipped In a like solution then In a little ointment and passed Into the points of the teal bring self lug should be permitted to re main In the teal from one milking to another In this mamter hard milk lag can be made a thing of tho Wo the farmers and nil other Interested parties an Idea of how much tjbacco has been received this rail at Lancaster by Ji who Is represented by Mr Powers wu Rive a list of part oMhe purchases from whom and prices They have bought up to this time 1600000 pounds They bought tho past week from R I Duitin 35000 pounds at 14o Mrs Rebecca West 30000 at I4c O T 8000 at Hie Monte Fox of Doyle county 7000 at4c Wcslon Alexan der of Lincoln county 20000 at L Olbbs 6000 at 14c Yauth Oatllson 15000 at 16c Two other good purchases worthy of mention were the crops of J F and 0 D Robinson containing 55000 lb at 16c and that of E C McWhorter 60000 pounds at 14c This warehouse Is now a place of much Interest as they are working dully about 25 men who are kept hustling to unload and sort the weed Her Foe Of 20 Year The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesvllle Me was Dyspepsia I suffered Intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had felled and several doctor gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me completely Now I can eat any thing I am 70 years old and am over toyed to get my health and strength back again Fur ludlgesllun Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame TO SAVE TIME When your Tobacco ia ready to deliver to tb Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse call was left over Friday J A Mingua Co FARMERS COLUMN M IIMMIMIMtl MlllllMlllll dpace below title heading II for the nell live use of our farmer abierlben and li for the sale of itock train and inch things on farm a the farmer cannot afford to adrer the No notice will be accepted over four and will be only In two issues of the RICOBD free of charge FOR SALte 3 good short horn bulls I have a 25 acre stalk field well watered for sale J II Guley I have a 40 acre stalk field for sale Mrs S H Anderson I have 5 coming 3yearold mules for sale W II BUney Ky 1 have 9 pairs of mules that I will loan out to responsible parties Ed Price I have a tine Puland China bURr subject to register for sale G S Kelly Marksbury Ky I have 12 hemp brakes In good con dition that 1 will sell for 125 H K Herndon For sale cheap Good cow and 3 weeks old and a 300 lb hog B E L Murdhv Paint Lick Ky R 2 1 will have for sIlo the last of the month about 40 good meat hogs weighing from 250 to 300 lbs C M Jenkins 1 have a good stalk field of 00 acres with 40 acres of grass adjoining it that I want eaten quickly b oil tie T A Elkin I want to rent fur next year 60 to 100 acres of good grazing lend with never falling water Phone 0 B Ledfurd or write A T Rfce Richmond Ky I have 6 work mules 3 to 6 years old also 2 brood mares 7 to 8 years old that I will sell worth the money W T King Lowell LIVE STUCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARnS November 17 Cattle nogi Sheep Receipt Ml rely 183 CATTIKI shippen jaeooeM- Buuilur it eri t KO8 to Oood In eliolct ii 4 was 14 Common to rater I6WJ4 76 llelfun extra V 6U Good to choice 4 40CIIU- Comniou lo fair I 4094 U Cows extra 4 SKM 4 M- Ocxd to choice I60O4VS Common I 7COMM- Canuir 1 60l 71 Built lalognat- Kxtra fat bull 4COV4M rlrlO004 TWQ9M Common and H 4003900- llOtil good poker aud butebtri I XiI 1 10 UU dpaek ri 77 BW Stage 4 769874- Cotninou to choice btay let sows t 7W3 7 0 Light iblpp r I 3607 N I7MI7H Qoo4 lo choice I 0034 U Common to fair ICOi i w- UM0S extra 97 W J It lit c 11 give A 1 lie- S Kill unequaled O T Layton Stanford 0 air I t tit CIVrSlr J 110 1 OObOOIItUllmI1LJ 7 c s thereat rote past Mingua Layton Jz phone to a if it can be handled 1 day his will save titn and tr blo Positively n tobacco re- coived on S day unless it rom line steer calf extra 66SS1lb 950 nlarge uuur Elge lbs and I 01KI1l extra 4 41x0 4141 nna p Rtmarkabla 8er yln RAaulU What considered the most remark able 1WO apple crop In Pcnnsrlvatilit has Just been sold at the orchard of U U Golwlcks St Thomas York Town ship Franklin county says n Harris bury paper Gclwlcks rvlicd 4600 bttsholsof apples on a thlrtyacro plot nnd sold them at the orchard fur tV 000 Three years Mr Gelwlcks was unable to got ten tends a bushel for his and decided to chop down all of his trees and raise wheat and cornThe entire orchard In 1000 was af reeled with San Jose scale Die trees wore withered looking and the apples very smell and wormy Economic ZviolOKlitSurfmoheatdofthedcrl tun visited the Orchard and found It Oiled wl h trees abut eleven years Ho addled the spaying of the trees with a bulled lime and sul phur solution The trees were sprayed In 1007 and that year off of Mi acres ho got COO bushels of tho kind of apples Last year the crop was line again but this year when all the nelghboilug orchards were beat log only a third to onehalf A crop the trees wero loaded down with apples some of the limbs being pressed to the ground by the weight of the fruit After spraying the trees none of them died and now all are In a most Nourishing condition The spraying has bad a bcnetlrlil rffcct upon all of the orchards In the neighborhood for all of the farmers who formerly be lieved ouly peach trees could bo helped by spraying now know that tho San Jose scale can be driven off of apple trees for good Home Jour nalBelow we give the formula for the spray Bull six pounds each of fresh lime and sulphur In two gallons of water for two hours Then add 20 gallons of water Spray whllo the mixture H warm A good time Is when the leaves have fallen so that the spray will cover all the limbs spay again In early spilng before the leaves put forth PKEAUHElUmLLE Wedding bells shall ring next monthF Blankenship and wife visited Wesley Blankenshlp and wife Joni Hester and father of Paint Lick Visited J M Lunaford and fami ly Miss Lula Sprinkles was vliltlng her sister Mrs L F Thompson Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson and Master Earl of Danville were guests of Miss Hallle Brown Mr James Curtis and family of Garrard visited B T Lunsord and familyMr and Timothy Naylor at Rev Pierce Bryant visited at S D Carpcntertf Miss Emma Holtzclawa school at this place will end December 24 Iva Thompson and Henry Illankenshlp have neither been absent nor tardy this Mr Fado Parks our miller was severely but Bed on both hands br bull Ing linseed oil last week Ills burcs are healing J R Rlgsby bought a sow and pigs of John Kennedy for 920 W P While sold 38 hogs to B D Ilollrclaw at 475 per head- J M Lunsford bought a bunch of hogs tom J W Wilson at 7 centBS F F Blankenship sold a mule to W II Commins for 135 John Rlgsby bought 63 cattle In Casey at from 3 to 41 cents J H Thompson sold 18 yearling mules A J Yokrlr of Tenn at 123 each W II a pair of four yearold mules to same party for 350 Charles Rlgsby sold a good four yearold harness mare ti Dr J A Harmon of Crab Orchard for 185 Mr A J Yokely of Tenn bought a pair of yearling mules of Logan Thompson for 325 of Geo O Spoona more a pair of yearling mules for 325 II Brown and and J F Thompson a yearling mulo each at Mrs Judy McCall of Brdbcad was visiting Mrs Evau Foley Mr Walter Jordan was accldenta ly shot la the face by random shoot Ing of reckless Luckily dl4tance was In Ills favor and his wounds are only slight Rev Pierce Bryant Oiled Ills pulpit here Saturday night end Sunday Ills subject Sunday was The Natural and the Eternal Life Good crowds attended each service Mr John Carpenter and family of OVJ homa am families of W H Cummins and S D Carpenter should eat Quaker Oats at least twice a day AMOtt4 cilIa la F li rICh 4 1T ago or Oelwlcks tld finest Mrs John term t Cummlns old of W P D SHOo lire Schoolchildren C apfiles visited NaylorF slowly hurlers however yl Iting the g the Sip T ORCHARD MADE HOG PASTURE Must Be Done in IlcuBormljlo and Judicious Manner The most ardent advocates of poison sprays to rid our orchards of dliuaneii and Insects are at the namo tlmo tho most willing to use nil other available means to tho same end Home stead It Is found that the destruction of the early fallen Is of prime Im portance and this Is nccompllshcd by making a hog pasture of the orchard Some who nro averse to sprnylng go so far ns to say that when this Is done spraying Is unnecessary lint whllo not admitting such nn extreme view the evidence In favor of hog pasturing Is so strong that It Is to t o advised practicable Hut this pass turing must be dono In a reasonable and judicious manner The orchard must not bo made a hog pnnturo for the entire season Itather It should bo used us nn annex for n temporary convenience And caution must bo used not to overdo It Ten or fifteen hogs to the acre for a few weeks when the wormy apples nre falling will bo about right Thero are thousands of farms a little extra fencing the orchard may be so utilized to tho mutual ad vantage of tho hogs and tho orchard If It Is desirable to gather windfalls tbe hogs may be kept out In the morn ing until title work IB done and then turned In to cat the refuse A little rooting of the ground will do no harm and whllo there Is plenty of other teed the hogs will not Jnjure the trees If they begin to do so It shows that you have tho ground overstocked and they should bo kept out It Is not advised that this bo done as a substitute for spraying but in cases whero spraying is not done do this us tho next best thing If this course Is followed tier sistently for several years a improvement In the fruit will bo noted Cows are sometimes used at cull eaters but the objection to them is that they reach to high and devour all the fruit Where trees are very straight and tops upright the cows may be admitted Larger or Smaller Remember said the friend that the eyes of posterity will be on you Yes answered Senator Sorghum and I am wondering whether future generations will look at mo through the big or the little end of the The Real Thing Gunner Thcro goes a sweet couplo Mr and Mrs Candy Quyer Well Well And who Is the little fellow Gunner Oh be the Candy kid As She It Spoke American to hack driver Etes afllanceT Hack Driver Malheurcsmeut mad emoiselle Jal uno femme et sept en fants Upplncotfs TO INLAND AUSTRALIA FOR YOUR HEALTH Round Trip Only 1 If you are a catarrh asthma or hay fever sufferer what would you say If the above offer was made to you How would you like to go to the mountainous forests of plno and euca lyptus where catarrh and asthma do not exists Where people do not hawk every morning to spit out tho lump of disgusting Where tile healing antiseptic balsams purify the air and kill all germs You cant go ti this Ideal spot of course and pos sibly not money But you can for 1 bring tbe healing balsamic air from these forests right to your home vc u can kill the germs of catarrh at home without losing a minutes time Ask R E MsRoberts about Hyomel the Australian dry sir cure Get an outfit which Includes Inhaler for 91 breathe the same air that you would find In Australia and If It does not heal the raw membrane and cure of catarrh snuftl s cough or asthama you can have your money back MIONACures It relieves stomach misery sour atom ach botching and cores ill cage or money bark Lorco box of 60 UAiggtata In all towns KILLTHt COUCH AND CURE THE LUNC8 Kings Niw Discoviry MB ALL THROAT AND LUND TROUBLES ONBT MCVUNDXD R K McKoherts Drug Sore Cream VermifugB whenever whereby wonderful telescope T I You havdtlt Urn cold WITH Dr fOR C8 Br HJTB say fruit von have- N mucous you tablets R a roL irtal So i OTJ Alf EEDHATISFAOTOZ obi td THE 6UUUTEEB WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CIW IMITATIONS THI MNUINC IO ONVV IT BallordSnow Liniment r M- OMolloberti Drug Store or cLout I 1 POSTEDThu hereby KIVO warn Ing to all persons nut to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever wo will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tout of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M farm b n lra It Parsons W H Ferguson Kd N II Trice K V Hcrrliitf W A Price B L Rich Kl In DJVU Thompson J W Sweeney THIco J us Button Mrs Rebecca West Mrs B E Daniels H M Duncansfor Hot and Clean Steamed Towels and Stcrllzed Razor We pt rrcl end WB here to stick with Si experience Mill three chair tbop Richmond street Office Hour omen ow m to 11 1 p m to 4 Btormei Drug Store Phono 05 DENTIST Lancaster Ky H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor iHONK tn Office corner teiluiton Bt 1ubtlc Square Lancaster Kentucky Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTKH KKNTUCKY 91 BARBER Call In and a Shave lair Cut and North tide of Public Square Hot and Cold Baths W T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sates Best of references undersigned alt t W S Emubty MrR P W Minnalyd T 1 DtfD no TO hop your trade are nay to thdold reliable nryear or e a B F and INSURANCE I r A r 6asesq11pesH4Nep WALTER e IIOU IShampoo r Morrow G mil itate Optlplan- dM ei filled 8 tl f ctlon Guaranteed J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and District Court onice over Police Court Phone 104 M K Denny DENTIST Offlce over Mil Arnold Millinery Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts Fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Catalogue on application No Agents H FHillonmeyif Sons Lexington Kentucky PUBLIC SALE OP S- ShorthornCattlel NOV 24 Conveyances Until at Stanford ur Danville Free of CliMge fur parties coming from distance Lunch served at 13 oclock Salu be gins at 1 p m HP HAWKINS UQ3 Stanford K R R a n U S o 10tHI Ito wine roa t ess100011Nuss- Y eoeoooeoeoewe AtGLI NIIU IFonTt1ESDAYe i I We selUthe best I Straight Creek at acts per bushel f Henley V Bastiri the Creamery WE HAVE NOTHING EXCEPT Everything You Need FOR BUILDING Lancaster Lumber Mfg Go 0 A I 1 l V V K n n ti I l F i6 h n II I f- U l COEt1 U Iok k l t1 nat R 8 fi 1 i V IIt 1 I I t EEAZLEYII i r rwfl- tt t1axMaHtpallaatt9ht0athgyHat i 1 bI r l I v j titt t u t t0i r1 I CO tOar axatOatCttatgttgttvtSattattat lQtthth4tiAtttiSlsttfrtlhttA4tht7AtlAt4h 4L 7 UNDERTAKER Arterial Cavity on Oil OutvOle old FBfsaIIsg Itreet rOLL LINK OP CASKETS AND DUHIAt KOIIES ALWAYS III STOCK l r n W tilt TO T 9E LieWe the undersigned merchants have arranged with the Merchants Commission Advertising Co of Louisville Kentucky The largest premium concern in this part of the country to give GOLD STAMPS with every roc you spend at our respective stores H T Logan Shoes The Joseph Co Dry Goods f Notions- R E Druggist enny Dentist- J P Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries When you vc GOLD STAMPS wm ore earning premiums which re both useful and on money you have got at some not confine all your nt our store and Jmy your goods for less and some of the mamr landt oHie premiums given change for GOLD JBTAMlS Hundreds of fe already started cliiig them WHY NOT YOU today any store above mentioned and a saving book PlUm 1remionia on display nt Joseph MercantOeCo Call and see them and be convinced P Clothing Mer ntile a cRob rts Ki nalrd MillineryI M Prath T h p h p I orn ental t peud store purcl sea e In people II c rt and Mrs Ad Il by sec Calla secure l MERCHANTS COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO 303 Commercial Building OlHSVILtK KENTUCKY I