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THE CENTRAL RECORDPUKK RKMQlOtn UNTAnMSHKD DBMOCttAO AND HOOD GOVERNMENT TWMNTtMTH VJUJI LANCASTER KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1909 M I 1 0 FS 0 xvxAuaJ Gasoline Bnalnes Corn Mills Feed Mills Corn Crushers 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 i t L f I J 0 0 II t 1i wTo Mines bought from Hurt the nilllW property on Water street for llfiW J I Hamilton surd 12ft acres of tho Taylor Ralney at 176 per aero and 133 acres at tf5 per aero Master T J Prlco received an ac cidental wound In tho foot while out hunting but It Is not thought to bo serious There will bo an entertainment at tho court house on tho night of De cember 22nd under the auspices of tho Young Ladles Missionary Circle of the Christian church Court Day good crowd wee In town on Court day and business was very brisk Considerable slock changed hands About 200 cHttlo wero on the market selling at from 21 to 4 cents horses from 110 to 160 aged mules from 1100 to 1225 sows and pigs IC to Eujoyabla Social Soolal given at tho Prcx bvtirlan church last Friday evening was Indeed a most delightful one The church was beautifully decorated with potted plants and ferns while tho seats were arranged in a way so that tho center of tho church had the ap pearance of a spacious reception hull with sufficient tables to accomodatc the guests wills paitiUng of the lucnh which consisted of two sand wiches two kind of sallds beaten bis cult pickles and coffee or chocolate Placed In different positions In tho room two boxes to receive tie free will offering which amounted to a nice sum RELIGIOUS Dr Pearccwlll deliver the Thanks giving sermon at the church at the usual hour The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet Saturday itlernoon with Mrs W T West on Danville Street l5ld F M Tinder wishes loan nouce that he will preach at New church at McCrcary next Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock Ha will preach Sunday at tho church on tho subject Why 1 am Identified with the Declples of Chilli also Sunday night on How to make Lancaster an Ideal Town Rev Hagan a missionary from To keo Japan delivered a most Interest Ing talk at the ChrUtlan church morning and at the Bible School Sunday night which met itthe Ban list church Mr Hagan has been In the missionary work In Japan for nine years and has been very successful III winning souls Christ D ruler puce I Not AVery r 118 fAnr r r I were r r r r r Antioch r r r r r r r fur r Chi tian Chri than Sunday Swell Dressers are Interested In Good Tailoring I TAILORS and CLOTHES All Tailora are not skillful Tailors Skillful Tailors are not all con j scientious Conscientious Tailors are not all good tailors 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 i Our reputation is your warranty for expecting perfect clothes whenyou leave your measure with us Our tailoring is tho Best Tailoring done in tho city Every good tires sor knows it Our Pall and Winter woolens aro handsome and show tho lat oat kinks in stylo Wo make suits to order as low as 1800 or as high as GQ 00 You wont have to worry about your suit If we mako it m H T UOOflN The Best Shoes The Best Hats The Best Furnishing Goods i- Thi Best of everything that Money can buy at prices L than you can buy elsewhere L- m SMJSfliTSfflJlS SfllSiKOfitelS s ppTOI r liiii1 41 II l I I r J I r I l o t r 1t it I r E lower r Judge Win Bhutan has been 111 for several day Qrow Ray Mr NewtinOiow Mm MattIe Ray were united In marrlugo nt Jud son UevO P niclanng For Sate An we have sold oir home wo will offer our hotiRohyldfurnlluro a i rl cton arId ai now also salt I In two clo 1020 41 Mrs J 0 nemphlll Tha Heavna In November rho moon goes Into total eclipse on the morning of Saturday tho 27th but It Is too early for most of UK to sco It Icglnnlngnt 120 oclock totaling at 223 and ending at 447 Look out for on the 251U In th6 evening Well Remembered Horn Mr henry Liimmers n well known cltz n of this commulilty died Thuis day at tho hone of his soninlaw Mr Charles Tcrrlll nt Ufd House The deceased was fur inuny years an en gineer on tho L N ft R and thu train designed ni 0d Henry run Ming between Richmond and Stanford was called In honor Ho had been In III health fur sometime and his de miss was not expjcted He had num emus friends here who wl I sincerely regret tJ hear of his demise He Is survived by his wife and ono child Mrs Tcrrcl The funeral will bo held Saturday remains Interred In tho Richmond cemetery Richmond Hen later Big Corn and Tobacco Show The corn and tobacco show given 0 Qalnestlie Insurance man court day was a success In every and created much interest the farmers of the county There were twenty lye contestants for the corn p Izes which were 5 to first 3 to second and 12 to third and 20 for the tobacco prizes which were 93 to 11 st and 2 to second Jonn M Sanders won first with corn Victor Lear second and Ben Kelley third Ben Knlloy won first with his and henry Yater second The Judges on corn weru Messrs ley Gooch and Beck and on latacco were M issra Powers Cook and Simp son Mr Galnes proposes to dstrlb ute excellent seed corn to pros pective Insurance customers Pleasant Occailon Tho MrT B Rob inson compliment to Judge M 0 Saulljy and the Confederate Veter ans living li Garrard on last at the Kengarlan wits one of the most notiblo and cnj lyablo events of the season and will be pleasantly rc membered by all who were present The sumptuous repast reflects credit on tho hotel management and was far better than tho guest enjoyed during their service as soldiers though they are now good livers Judge Saulley of Stanford Dr and Mrs Green Wl liam Uuughman of Danville and the following yit rans of this county J A Duty J 0 Duty T M Arnold Joe II Arnold Denso Moore Ben Lear L Norman I M Myers Stan ley Payne John W Royston II R Denton W G Dunn were present Aftcrdlnner talks were plvon by Judge Saulley Dr Green and others expressing thanks to tho worthy host Mr RubInson for hits hospitali tyThe occasion was doubly Interesting to the veterans In view of tho tact that the scenes conllcts and achlev menU of tho sixties were discussed with tho same spirit and animation which moved them when thQ leaden rain fill thick and fast Their devo tion to the Lost Cause was beautiful and thejr allegiance to the united country Is highly praiseworthy The veterans express their thanks to the Daughters of the Confederacy for decorating the table In the colors of tho Lost Cause School Note Tho school takes the customary two days recess on Thursday and Friday of Thanksgiving week Wednesday will bo taken up with exer nod Hush Ii Ie all t to od I Ill II arrlalell stars and tiro by- E Ers tit dinner all afternoon oquit ha esa U E ahuol or meteors among tobacco giyenby edit Saturday t l The Ladles of the W U T U have postalcards to sell at Josephs store Tho W 0 T U sent A to Hind man containing a quilt pieced by Mrs I Patsy Klnnnlrd ono of the charter members Mr R E L Murphy the RECORDS hustling correspondent at Union brought us un immense box of delici ous persimmons Monday which we enjoyed very much The Senior are Quiet i Tho Junhrs and Sophomores will entertain the Senior a on Friday 20th with a social at the ctl Itfgr Dlllclous refreshments will be served and a gala time enjoyed by theyoung people Circuit Court This court convened on Monday morning Judge W 0 Bell presiding All of tho officers were on nand ready t t assist In turning the wheels jus j tlcq hissers Robinson and Hardln I were on hand to prosecute In tin Ir us ually oblj manner Judge Bell i ered a full learned Inslructlou to the grand Jury In which B ho Instructed them to Inquire Into ev cry violation of law and find Indict I meat Tho Judges remarks In reference to jj tins as his last sitting as Judge of Ibis S court wero ranching and his j to the superior citizenship of this county and the friends be bad hero was highly appreciated by all those who had the good fortune to hear him The following constitute i the j mien GRAND JURY jj A Kavanaugh Foreman Webb Kelley T 0 Rankin g 0 Detrick Sam Rich R L Hagan Norman Grow 8 O T Layton II K Sebastian J F Ruble Ike Dunn J E Anderson iETiT JURY Abner Hughes John W Brown II K Herndon J W Royston J D Pope Chili Ballew Fred Creech J T Henrr rhos Owens T W Thompson Joe Burnslde A B Brown Jr Woods Walker Mart Robinson Ben Hamm J B Leavell Roy Beazley Jack Bourne Jno Meadors Wm Blanks W P TugnU Price Bourne W T Djolln Wm H Hughes The Majors and Brougbton murder trial was passed until Friday Several misdemeanor cases were disposed of the result of which will appear nutIssue A Tribute to Judge W C Bell By unanimous consent Judge J W Alcorn was chosen as special judge sad the following testimonial adopted spread upon the records of tbe court Upon the voluntary retirement of lion W C Bell as circuit judge of tbe 13th Judicial district of Kentucky we the members of the Lincoln county bar otter to him and tbe constituency he has served this expression of our personal and professional regard for him as a learned and upright Judge who In i he discharge of his omclal du ties has at all times exercised hit au thorlty with that dignity and courtesy becoming the gentleman of refined In stl net and who In tbo bearing and determination all questions In con troversy before him has impartially as a trained lawyer and scholarly applied the maxims of equity rules of law As an endearing evidence of our of hit worth we deliver to 5 his hand this declaration of our es 5 teem and cause a copy of tbe same to be spread upon the permanent records of this coot t J W Alcorn M 0 Saufley J fl Paxton P M McRoberts J S Ows S lay Jr Harvey Helm JN Saunders j F F Bobbltt W 8 Burch G B Saulley K S Alcorn Thomas H f Shanks W II Shanks G D Florence T J lilll Jr Interior Journal clses appropriate to the occasion all tho grades giving a program In their j own rooms j Tho High School joint with Mrs Burnsldea music class for the follow j log program this afternoon box of dell comprebenllvo and acid November reference Judge appreciation Tjhctnksgtvtng Program jCancastor Sractod School November 24th 230 p m Lillian and John McRoberti Thanksgiving Songs v Children Paper Mad Olmmlnado Margaret Arnold TommybobsTlmnkSKlylng VUlon Frank Tinder j ailu Mattle Adams Tho Pumpkin Elliabetb Olvena Florence Johmon- f H Sutton and Mary Dalton JlA t and llrown Dlckerson Mary Lee Lear Freedoms Thanksgiving Day Kite HoUicUw Vocal LIttle Princess Children Piano Duet Florence Johnson and Alice Rlgney Thanksgiving pn Annie Margaret Elkln Vocal i MI Mitii Helyn Young lluiHin1liMti ti t Bernie Lear A Pair of LunaUw Martha Karnaugh and Dunn Chorus KM i IM I m CUM Plano Duct It u It May Cochran The Ollirln or Day Plana Mao flagon and Acton n d non In i Qua n u1 Oracle Tlnatksgllcg nuunnnn nn oval Ella u uu nuunn fill t V wr otoi 04moto 000 00 Get The Best f G Cds 1 THF MALLEABLEIN SOUTH BEND It has improvements which no other Range has Take nothing said to be as good You want the best WE HAVE HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Lancaster Kentucky II B B S S z s ss s s 7 ADIa IT- t M1 1i V 1 General News Richard Watson Gilder author and editor of the Century Magazine died last week of heart disease In New YorkA of burglaries was commit ted In Nlcholasvllle last Week The drug stores of the Hutchison Drug Company and D B licmphlll and the clothing of B M Sparks Co were burglarized The State Department practically has recognized the belligerency of the Nicaraguan revolutionists and has made peremptory demands upon Kjluya fur explanation of the ex ecution of the two Americans as insurgents Twentytwo entombed mines were rescued alive from the St Paul mine at Cherry III and over seventy oth ers In another sectloq of the rains are reported to be alive Rescuing are prosecuting the search with great vigor The whole atmosphere In the town was changed by tIle news and grief was changed Into Joy for some and hope for others The eager women crowded about the shaft entrance to learn the names of the men as they were brought to the Asserting that sixmonths trial as misted by the courts has shown the 21 cent rate to bo without profit to the railroads this Louisville and Nash I Pres- Ident condemned I parties Itt lo surface I store R yule railroad petition In the United States Court that the Injunctions against the enforcement of the rate be reinstated The lion Is In tbo bands of Judge T G Jones now holding court In firming ham Ala The report that tbe controlling the Western Union Telegrapn Company obtained by the American Telegraph and Telephone Company would lead to a closer communion of Interests between those companies and the Postal Telegraph Company and probably an ultimate merger of the three companies was color when nodule of tbe American Tele phone and Telegraph Company frank ly said that the Postal Company was the largest single stockholderln their company Still StruQOlna Whats this demanded the officer pointing to a package at the bottom of the trunk That li a foreign book entitled Po liteness answered the man who had landed I guess Ill have to charge you a duty upon It replied the Inspector It competes with a small and strug gling Industry In this country New York Sun The bazaar of the Ladles Aid Socle ty of the Baptist church will be held at Josephs store on Saturday Dec 11 111041 flied asking pen Interest In II ven ore lust a customs In order to MAKE ROOM for my large pi SPEING STOCK m i 1l111 X X J rtflllJWlfgrJYfJ 0 I Q i or Buggies and Harness I will give a set of HARNESS with every buggy sold as I a few left Come at once W J Romans I t have only 0 or 1 y Ml1 IIfAr1ytlYfllflaYa01 1 c Insist Upon COLONEL BILL CIGAR t y6 Tr i 10 r IL t i f b w r vU fc r j J r kir T y 4 II 1 r Lt1 Elegant CENTRAL 11ECOH tSSURD WXKKkY 1109 A VKAH F S HUGHES EdrPubr Xftr i nl lift roil OLIN n ldnft l r Jfr a Srt mrfCJ li tfnll antler Member Ky Association end Eighth District Publishers Le gu Lancaster Ky November 26 1909 Rates For Political Announcements For 1rcclnct and City Oniccn 1 601 Olllccs 100 For State and District OfflceR 15 01 Fur Call per line 11 For Cards per lino 11 For all publications In cstof Individuals expression of Individual views per line 11 Obituaries per Hill Journalism There an many who believe that i newspaper should pubhh minor matters and dinicultlrs In which thu public Is not I iterestcd Tlili would bring a paper In had repute and uhould du RO because the publi cation would not benefit the comtru nlty and good people related to guilty would be classed with the guilty and Impiop crly RQ It Is only the province of a paper to take up notoriously aualust public Intrest and such as are tried out In the courlp We quote from an address of Col Henry Wuttersun along this i Pretendlm be the cspcclil dc the Invaders of private Tluht 1N household seems any longer sate against intrusion Our reporters are belng turned Into detiCllveF As nurnly as this be not checked we shall grow to be the objects of bitter tear and hatred Instead of trust and re sped In an opinion written by Circuit Judge II Sunburn of St Paul filed In St Louis and St Paul the United States Circuit Couit for the District of Mihsourl held that the OH Company of New Jersey was an Illegal corporation and ordered that it be dissolved It was author Ititlvely announced bj tnicersof the Standard Oil Company that an would be taken from the decision as that had been the general understand ing between counsel on both sides In the It was held to be a conspiracy in restraint of and t nonopol ze commerce among The people and tho dem ocratic will at last have an nlnir Institutions have drawn money to the and the time destruction- of our system as an abnormal How ol blood ti one part of the human body produces death John D cannot make amends by giving u few millions to libraries If he wants forgiveness should give It all back to the people The Womans Rights Association will make some reasonable requests of the Legislature this winter They will ask for equal rights with the hue In the or their children This Is a natural right and should oe enforced They will also ask that women be placed on the boards of punitive and tducatlonbl Btltutlons This h altogether appro primate and we would likely have results ID the controlof such In Hiltutku The request Is to sub mit u constitutional amendment women to vote In Kentucky We certainly should not object to al lowing tho majority decide this and we know that they should vote on school questions Thanksgiving The designation of a day when all business should bo suspended the purpose of expressing thanks and showing gratitude for the blessings that we unworthy motels enjoy Is eminently appropriate We are In debtcd to Providence and real earnest Thanksgiving and Christian Ken ice Is all that we can offer In payment of the debt To do llili grudgingly and is the work of an Ingrate who Is worse than a Let us church and spend the remainder of the day In a becoming and not In riotous feasting drinking and unbecoming conduct Express your appreclutl in of blessings by consUtent words and appropriate action Knockers or Tattlers One of the most detestable beings thin rlle of purgatory Is the or tattler character Is destroyed busings Inlerchfi effected property values depreciated by the tongue of tome One who knows about the facts or conditions in reference to given person or thing unjler discussion The Idle are often guilty of thin crime and they should engage In business of their own his malicious tike a hand and play it for all U la worth They should be forced to pay damages or be held responsible in tomb way Let us ex amine ourrelves and pluck the beaus our own eye The ladles of Henry county have pooled turkeys and have set a lea of 30 cons per pound Ijve Turkeys like tobacco aro a luxury not a necessity and all pf the turkeys like allot the tobacco are not For Cuunt Inter 05 and In no way I t tenders ot liberty we are becumlnll f r W combination In- I I Such loll East lIe band Tart t mariner I I y laud their weight Press I iho personal offenders cases lined r r l p w Standard t I y aria the States the tun threatens y b guard inshlp I f better allowing fort r y 5 indifferently thief attend goy r 1i from i ti D rated In Henry county or In Kenlu ky If those who are In pools what they expect for turkeys and I bacco thcro arc a lot of lift poor who will of necessity cut out meat cigars and tobacco For few of those who ire Ih tho key pouf to make big money wcsu gest that Mi Lebus be consulted partlcufari Shelby Record The State Ecctlon Commissioners completed the tabulation of the In the recent election last i hi t The good roads amendment to the Cunnilutliii carried by a mn jonty of about 6000 Several counties tailed t send their vote to Frankfurt aid many failed to send the voto Jim amendment The commission however certified the void rcctlved the amendment as having carried b over 0000- We that this Is a great and that the large will much benefited by Oil 4 amendment It Is believed that the ncxtcongres will be democrat and tho Iniqultou tariff bill the fostei ing of tho tendency wealth In small part or the nation at the ex of the greater part that belief It tho people will the real Issues we will not only have democrat is congress but a democrat President In 1012 and the people be relieved from tho heavy burdens Imposed b extravagance and ties on the necessaries of life The upward revision of the the dissolution of tine Standard Company the sugar scandal and protection of Lusts will all furnls good mateihl for the Democrats campaigns Properly they will help us to win The fatalities of the hunting are greater than those of baseball football combined Look out for cheaper coal oil Baby cant tell you In words trouble but If Its complexion pasty if It lets weaker and weaker loses flesh and 1 1 cross and peevish can be certain that it has worms Give It Whites Cream Vermifuge guaranteed harmless Expels worms and puts the babv In a normal condition Sold by K E Mc Robert 1m OARTEU8YILLE Mrs F M Is on the sick tills week Mm John Allen and daughter Miss Mae were the guest of Mrs Jack Inson Satniday Mrs Lizzie Caldwell has returned home otter spending a few weeks with her daughter Mrs Llm Pennlngton at P llys Bend Mr Aubrey Carter who Is attending the lierea Ct liege was wltb home Saturday and Sunday Rev Alva Tussy wife and daughtci Elsie and Mrs Edward Roop were pleasant guetti of Mr and Mrs 0 S Roop and family Thursday Ml s Mary Hobbs Is numbered with the tick James Cephas Redwine Is very sick at this writing Mr and Mrs John Dawson daughter Elite were the guest of Mr and Mrs 0 S Roop Saturday Sunday Young Grls Victim of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick nervous headaches They make and strung nerves and build your health Try them 25o at R E McRoberU it J10DKNE J C Turner sold a bunch of fat shoats to 1 D Pope of Hyattsvllle at Olo per lb Mr T E Turner ed a nice dwelling on hU farm here which li a great Improvement to the place Born Nov 20tb to wife of Luther Ray a son Mr and Mrp 0 R Carpenter were In Danville Saturday Mrs J P Hamm and daughter pent a part of last week with Mr Hamm and family at Hlckmun Mrs Sullle Bak of Jackson return 4 home last Saturday after spending several week Carpenter While loading baled hay last week ilr Win Duncan hud tho tnhfortune tall from his wagon fracturing his right Drill J 0 Turner was vhtlng hU par Mr and M Turner at lyattsvllle Sunday Mr U 0 Oalnes of Pink la with ulatlyea here A Scalded Hoys Shrieks horrified Isis grand mother Mrs Maria o Nebo Ky who writes that all thought he would die liuck Arnica Salvo wholly cured him ntt fur Hurnb scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Fever lores Hulls Skin Eruptions Chllb itns Cha pped Bovu roua File tRE McBoberti Ita I I o deals a- very tur fur vote Monday on on fell victory at be and to amass a pence warrant study a will du tariff Oil the used A Tin what the I i gets you the healthy Can hit Rob folks the and and prompt and up herslsler Mrs 0 It to outs MrsJ Ie Taylor when lend Iblo limbo get turkey State high Incoming season and tar e Are pure- blood has aboutcomnlet Salter with hands President Tans Thanksalvlng Proc Jamatlon Time season cf the year has when in aecordnnco with tho custom cstabllnlcdliy our forefather tho people of the United Stales wont to meet ii their usual places o worship for artsy of thankniilvlng nf pt 1itcd by the civil miglstralo to thanks to God for tho great clS and benefits which they have en joyed Doling tills past year wo have liUhly I lest No great calamities load or tempest or epidemic have u Wo have lived in quietness undisturbed by wars or rumors o wars Pcaco and the plenty of bu tcous crops and of great industrial production animate a cheerful resolute people to nil the renewed of beneficent industry and nil trial and moral progress It Is alto gcthcr fitting that we should and gratefully acknowledge source of these llesalngs Therefore I hereby appoint Thurs day the twcntylirth day of Noveir bcr as a day of general tianksnivln and I call upon tin peojhon that day laying aside the usual vocations to re pair to their churches and untie In ar proprlate sei vices of praise and thank to Almighty God In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused of Unled States to be aftlxed Done Ctl of Washington this 16th day of November In year of our Lord one thousand hundred and nine and of the Indc pendcnce of the United States the hundred and thlitrfourtli WILLIAM TAFT By tho President P 0 Knux of State A Broken Back That pain In your back caused lumbago si if muscles or a strain Is easy thing to get rid of Ballard Snow Liniment cures rheumatism uinbago sore and still muscles strain sprains cuts burns bruises scald and all aches and pains You need i bottle In your house Sold by U K McRobcrts 1m LAINJ LICK Thanksgiving services ai Christian church conducted the pastor Eld George Mrs Robert Bailee of Richmond has been the guest of Mrs Ellen W Mrs JM G Conn of HyntlsUH spent Thursday with Mrs Sum lien dereonMr and Mrs W G Kemper are home after an extended vii it to sister Mrs Claud Kemper at George town Indlina Mrs Ml lard Highland and children of Paris are visiting Mrs Martha Ely Mrs Mturlce Perkins Mr and Mrs Wallace clover of Crab Orchard returned to their homes after a EOMcWbortei Mr W D Felton made a living to London last Sunday M K Ross Is on a close deal for dairy farm Lexington LastTuursday while driving a of mules Mr Jim Ralston was thrown from his wagon fracturing his and causing him severe pain H J PATRICK y DentistAll Work Guaranteed Paint Liok Kentucky 11llMf JUICKCVE Mr and Mrc Jaspher Noel vlsltec her parents Mr and Mrs Nick School er of Madison recently Miss Nora Long has been vlsltlin her l ter Mrs It I Burton Mesdames Addlj Ml her and Davis of Nlcliolasvllle visited parents Dr und Mrs G M Hendroi tine that of the week Mrs Mike Ray of Loyd was the guest of Mrs Mary Dlskerson MondayMiss Miles cntortnlncd a nun her friends county very pleasantly Sunday Misses Lucy and Muyme Dickerson visited their sister Ml s Jennie Dick erson at the Normal School of Rich mond from Saturday until M iniiay- M1 H Mary Barr was the guest pi Miss M irgarct OHcarn Friday night Mjsdumes L F Brown and Buford West vhlted Mrs J W Brown last weekMr T O 11111 and family visited ilr and Mrs John Teater Sunday Mesdames Andrew lloglo and Ivy Iroaddus visited relatives In Mercer county Ust week Forced Into Exile Wm Upchurch of UJen Oak Oklu was an exile from home Mountain he thought would cure a frlulit lungracklng cough that had defied remedies for two years After six months he returned deuti steps Then I began to used Dr he writes and after six bullies 1 am an well ua ever thouHanda yearly from desper lung dUeases Infallible fur Coughs and It dispels hoarse iesH apd Bore Thrgat Grip iornvliUls Ilemorrliagen Asthma Croup Whooping Laugh 60o and 100 trial bottle free guaranteed by t E Mott9berts returned reverent are been or and humbly the divine seal Limo Ht oho the ono by an will beheld the by son at her have vIsit trip a team Mary their last ber tit from Msdison air tub dodging lima Discovery It lit I return mere befallen energies the oleo Secretary 51 i t1 Mrs bear shoulder all taking saves Colds MKKIl8 8ilOLllUrSK Standard Olll No No No Wo ore fur time man with the flue Hoc lion The above should bo the Higun of time Lancaster and Oarrurd County Development Association Your last weeks issue claims 0 mil lion pounds of tobacco and ono mil lion pounds of hemp fur tl U years all In Oarrnrd county and you are right if itdonl exceed It Who did It The strong hborcr who worked in the heat nf the sun Al praise to the man wlh horny hands Uurrurd county has aright to boast She Is ono of time very best counties In one of time best In ore of the best Republics li the Western Item Isphere Uuckcje l the most solvent Buena Vista tho most pious llrvants vllo the most good land Paint Lick and Back Creek tho best tobacco bell Tyro and the Cat Hole time best opos sum and coon country mouth of Ca noe and Davis creek Including Mt Hebron country the best IMIig the Wolf Trill for maple syrup Scotm Fork for minnows Sugar Creek fur hemp seed Bald limits for tock trad cis Flat Woods and Cartersville for chestnuts and mineral water Frog Branch for good white seed corn and to Lancaster fur u blending of the wliclo diversified If we would live the Garrard county cliluken hens time they would lay enough eggs to pay odour debt Tho way for Lancaster und GarrardCounlv to develope so Educa tion must keep pace with other things Wo are studying more about how tu get money thin we are study hew to enjoy It Your correspondent dots not want coun next winter breaking hemp hike ho did last winter and hear sons of well todo farmers 10 or 12 years old cussing their echoes wo want then to go t school and wo want them to study when they go Dollars without sense will not go much longer so get a lit lie book laming as you g lien F Evans A Hairs Breadth Escape Do you know that every time you have a cough or cold and let It run on thinking It will just cure Itself you aro Inviting pneumonia consumption or some other pulmonary trouble Dont ihk It Put your lungs back III perfect health and stop that cough with Bollards Horehound Syrup Price 25c 60c and 100 per bottle Sold by R E MoRobcrts 1m GILES John McCulley is this writing Zeak Mobcrly sold a nice horso to James Gahearl for 150 Mrs Raymond Davis and handsome little sun Robert visited Mrs William Stotts last week Richard Burton bought a nice young horse from Llnzle Reynolds fur 125 Mrs Sam vis Itjd Mrs Raymund Davis last week Miss Albertle jbeily was tho pleat nut guest of Annie Murphy last Sun dayW B Ray houffht some corn from Prlntes Walker for 260 per barrel Moses Humphrey has sild crop of tobacco for 15 cent We sorry to report that Mrs Is very sick Mrs Lou Murphy Madison vis ited Mrp Willie Worthington last weekThese long nights good papers and books companionable so subscribe tor the HKCOHD High Prices For Eggs Owing Vi Eastern speculation It Is predicted that eggs will be higher tills whiter than ever before A few doses of Egg Producer will make your fowls lay amazingly and cause them t produces greater profit Try It and see Sold by Mount Co SEND YOUR JOB WORK TO THE CENTRAL RECORD OFFICE I production cum oodirmelli just to throullh he very k at Moberle and chllJren tilt If J R Sautes l tido g strowl try are B- Ray L We have begun ChristmaS floodS mud will linvo nn el egant display ready for your inspection Morrow McRoberts It Can Catch Up before tall And bear In mind drop Is all Not behind On the Road to Fame I dont know what to do with this poem said tho discouraged wooer of tho mime Even the magazine editors pronounce Is slush Old roan youre In luck replied tho horse reporter have It set to music and start downtime at a popular song x More Punishment Mrs Stuhbi reading Yes John It states here that Abdul llnmld was oxllert with 12 wires Mr Stubbi With 12 wives Poor old chnp They are determined that ho shall not have any pence anywhere ho V Lets Expensive Homo remarked tho newly mar nod la tho dearest placo on earthThen why dont you up house keeping and board rejoiced the bachelor Unfortunate Accident First Sailor Did you over have bad accident In the fog Second Sailor Well I should say so Once I ran Into n fellow I owed five dollars to In a fog Youkvrs Statesman WANTED TURKEYSat price delivered at my pens from November 12th to 20th I openingour t I Nov 27th Pride gees a The dintar It pike a I H w rrrr r Saturday I e rr goes non BB5Nortllcatt1 X ra 11your Tobacco with IIIZLEY HASELQEN We insured tobacco last year in thin and adjoining counties when other agencies could not Office National hank of Lancaster Phone 31 We wish to say to the public that TIlE FO2 STUDIO hasnt boon open regular for 801110 tulle but will bo opened ovory Saturday now Come in and get the best IlJOTOUS at the best prices The POX STUDIO e r I y r r u THE National Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A K DEMY htildtnl J I STOHMES Vlei S C llfim Cstblir J K lluliltiMin AMtCudlir- RT Kmbfy Snml D Cochran Alex U Donny A 0 Robinson John E 8tormci S C LOIH WIlliam IH DonnY J W I era Ilatk keeper IIROTOtts WE HAVE NOTHING EXCEPT Everything You Need r FOR BUILDING Lancaster Lumber Mfg Go The highest on foods Sir James Crichton Browne FRS of London gives the best reasons for eating more Quaker Oats I I 4 f it lIJ1 j medicalauthority LL i fit I s vr Jn an article published in the Youths Companion of Septem ber 23rd 1909 Dr Browne the great medical authority on foods says anti muscle There is one kind of food that seems to me of marked value as a food to thebrain to the whole body throughout childhood and adolescence youth and that is oatmeal Oats are the most nutritious of all the cereals in fatsorganic phosphorus lecithins lie oatmeal is gaining ground with the welltodo of Great Britain He speaksof it as the mainstay of the diet and says it pro and and Here we go heel and toe Rundown hccli worncut toes make tho youngsters shoe go quicldy Try Duster Brown Shoes Extra heavy solid heels arc what There double wear in every pair I tipsextra duccs a bigboncd welldevel oped mentally energetic race His experiments prove that good oatmeal such as Quaker Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being but eating it strengthens and en larges the thyroid gland is connected with the nourishing processes of the In conclusion he says It seems probable therefore that the bulk and braNvnincss of the Northerners meaning the Scotch has in some measure due to the stimulation of the gland oatmeal porridge in childhood The Scotch eat Quaker pals because it is the best of all meals 0 cl e- oats BUSTER BROWN glue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 50 Youll Gct Satisfaction There is More Ackual Comfort in a of White House Shoes than in other choc you could buy O O I 1y I r s t bccsuco they are built on scientific lines cf correct foci form which mean foot comtoN While Homo Choco fit tune feet snugly without cramping ind cover krfti style lie wants and ct a popular price hlto IIouso Shoes Wnlto Kouso for Men for Women Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence- A oomploto line of furnlturo ami stoves on installmont plan Beat 29 gungo roil iron 3 criinpod vooflng at f31G a squftro We want all your products at highest market price BeqRer Ballard CoB- ryantsvllle Kentucky I tango ot Blylca and lasts This gives every ono lust e J jI i I 3oO500 300 Kentucky Drills Vulcan i f I it1 1 1 n J it t I f 55 4U gip Plow t k y Our ay Opening Saturday November We will have the largest line of Christmas and Wedding presents shown and cordially toj mo and In spect them will find many new and exclusive articles that are us Remember the day 27th I3E5 I I rJr ui It t o ttt01 toO to n play we hay ver invite u on I Saturd i E P RIS xanca ter yA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAA 1 r 1 4 0 4 4t 4Qeaito r i ou ovember t I About X th C mifi Editor Walton was here Mofidt Miss Lucy Duty la visiting friends In Danville Henry Jones or Richmond was this city Monday In Louisville week on business M P Klkln of Lexington was with hli brother T 8 Elktn this week Mr Will Walker of Jelllco Tcnn It vMtliitf here at his former house Attorney W I Wllllama was Danville the past week on buNlnena Mla Resale Yanta of Stanford li vlnltlnK her cousin Miss Alllo YantIs Louis Morn of Campbells Ille Hid his 6r i Klchard Dcnnr of Stanford ai of Mr and Mm 8 U Den Miss Minnie Drown It In Lciltmloi the guest of her friend Miss Ollli 1litrlgo Sucker President of tho Na tunal Hank of fctinford wan hero Monday Mrs Emma Rush tins returned to Hiclimotid aUr vlsllltig Rev and Mrs O P llusli Mrs Hello Perkins has been visiting Crlt Eubauks of Htaufurd Mr and Mis Mike Kennedy of coin county aro visiting Mr and Mrs Dlctcersun MlM Amanda Anderson Is spending Thanksgiving wlti Mrs Dally at Murktbury Mr Wm llromldua and son of Louis yule arc hero fur a visit to relatives and fi lends Mr John Nevleux of Lebanon Juno lion has been the recent guest of II II Bdtson J M M udoni returned from a Wllllamsburg where lie been on buslncn Mrs S P Grant of Danville waa with her brothers Via Messrs Price tills week visit Mrs A J MoNccs of Clinton Mo to visit her mother Walton Anderson li nt homo fur a visit run the Normal school at It loll mond- Mr J U Mount Is at homo after paying a vli It to her aunt Mrs Jones ot Mrs K E Rowland and children of Ilutllif Ark are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 8 U hoary Mrs LlnnloSanduiky Sorrelofllar rodsbury U tho guest of her parents Mr and Mrs 8anduiky W P of Lexington was here Monday and said The happiest day I spend la In Lancaster Mrs Miry Allen McDonald of Dan ville was with her mother Mn Patsy Klnnlard for several days visit Miss Mury Clark Knglemanof Brady dock Not tii Dakota la guest of her cousin Miss Calllo Adams Mrs Wm llurnsldo has returned to her home In Harbourvlllo after a visit to her mother Mrs Patsy Klnnalrd Mrs Luther Foley and slater Miss Mary Tlllett of Lexington are visit lug Misses Martha and Salllo Tlllett Messrs Floyd Swopo and Richard Hcllbron students of Transylvania University were visitors hero Satur dayMrs Ed Dlshman and two children Irivo returned to Uarbourvllle after a visit to Misses Kate and Lillian Kin nutd Harry Tomlinson of North Dakota U hero for a ttiy with his parents Mr and Mrs R II Tom Minion Mr Walker of Nlcholasvllle visited sisters Mesdames B F Hudson and W O Rlgney Monday Mr Handera and Miss Chris tine Banders have gone to Silver Creek Editor Lewis Landram of the mood and wife will arrive to night to vhlt relatives and pet sever al iqare meals Mm U Id liataon and sister Miss Buile Hilton wore In Stanford Sun day with their parents Mr and Mr J II Hilton Hudson of Central Unlver illy Danville Is at homo for several dayi with tilt p r nti Mr lad Mn 9 F Hudson f r TTTTTTTTTT I and Oolnp Wt Art IMuuhd In Ed In T West was last I h In I J M Mead the jUCAt J I her I l t to hast fur a will arrive allO tly J Setnphlll Carrie again I f jJr Ucaale 1J Baker and D C IR ch- If i I e v 1- f PeopleIyThocc r d w I f l vie Uruthcr hr law p7 S daughlerSirs Liner e Mrs hay shit f Dire C Miss the Braddock his V OatsClimax s tl V I iiIrloy r T ii a Will Cecil of Danville win atlMt or here court day J C Ilcmphlll of Loulwlltc spend Thanksgiving with homo folks O W Shugars of Indlanopollx called hero by ttio Illness of hit I Mrs Jack Adams li at homo from visit to Mrs Willis Adams of MI Vernon Mrs Bert Soper and Miss MinnIe pulley are visiting Mrs D R Allmui of RichmondMrs Dudley and children have returned to Lexington after i vUlt to Jill lull and family Mr and L T Wilson of aro spending Thanksglvl with Mr and Mrs W R Oott Mn ROM Mlu Burnt Lear will spend Thanksgiving with Miss Hue Anna Lear at Hamlltor College They will visit other rein lives while In Lexington Mrs W A Rcatley and daughter Mitt Lizzie who have been guesla ol J D Simpson and family left Wed nesday to visit In Louisville MlJiStllloKUInycxtjndH a curdls J 4th Sh thus cxlil l of her Kcraml work oven If you to buy 111021 liUBNA VISTA Miss Ora Poor has returned from visit to her sister Mrs Ed Bollard Mrs Hugh Christopher was called to Lexington hut Tuesday by cat Illness of her uncle Mr Oeo Mc Cann who died soon after she reached his bedside Tho meeting at tho Presbyterian church closed Monday night with live additionsWelch and Mr Mlles both of Nlcnolasyllie were on a hunting cxpl Friday Mr and Mrs Robert Duncan of Boyle county were suitors hero last week Mlsi Elorence Christopher and W II Duncan attended the C E Con ventlou In Lancaster Saturday Will Jennings who has been quito sick with measles Is ntle to bo out again Chas Coulter and wire arc rejoicing over the birth of a Ilite son on the 18th Inst This In the twelth child Buntln Is vIM lug relatives near Bryantsvllle Miss Mary Atkins and Guy Easley spout Sunday with friends at Am broseWord was received here Wednesday of tho death of Mra Thoa Cunningham at her homo In liurgln Mrs Cunning ham was a native of this county and lived here until a taw years ago She li well know From Corpus CmliU Tex comes tho announcement of the marriage ot Miss KatherlnOFlenvcr to Mr Rnlp Dlmmlck Miss Flenvcr has twice been a visitor In our village UNION Rev George of Lexington vlblted U F Parsons Sunday- E G llauiwack ought a harness Alfred Owen for R E L Murphy sold a cow to G A Morgan for MO John Gafoey sold some calves to Wm Gafoey at 110 per head Woods Walker was In Louisville the rslof tho week R F Parsons R E L Murphy Aicher sold their fat huge to S G Anderson at 7o There will soon be a law mill In at John Longwort bs Rev Geprge tilled the pulpit at Ftflrvlow Sunday He U certainty one af tho most eloquent ministers In KentuckyMr Ncwland has returned from Bloomington 111 He purchased blacksmith shop near Bloomlngton will go there lorctldo January 1st The IlsptUU are having a revival at load Hope Rev Stamps of Knox ouuty U assisting the pastor Rev Ualrd Mrs Mqberly of Ruthton Is the of her granddaughter Mrs J F Newlaml A buy arrived at the home of Lewis Nave All Including the father are recovering from their Joy Mr R 0 Doaln and wife of Outers vllle spent Sunday with his father Mr J 0 Rosin Epidemics come In tho Fall and and every year thousands of farmers lone their hog Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy prevents and curea cholera and other Infectious diseases A toW doles now may save ol your entire herd Sold by J It Mount TYTrTTTTTTTTTT will was a Mr Richmond Dutln and to o nro Inter ed In decorated chin u call at th arlur or lenKarlI I el on Dece r 3rd and w be glad I o you r t ro a tho crll dlUoo hero Mr htlie Sherrow or at mare or operation n II and Notloe i I father in sec done a T and- S guest 4 t- YarmefaInk Spring the Joan Cot yAh Mrs Jeff Dunn cainohomo after spending a week In Lexington Miss Eliza IHOII will spend Tlmnkt giving with Miss Virginia King Lowell V Misses Blanche Hamilton and Snlll Marrs Sparks of NIcholHstlllc been tho guests of Mrs J II Dcane Miss Katie Pnlton h vMtlng he sister Mrs W W Burnsldpnt Rich mondMr O B Roso M at home from Uoonovlllo Misses Inez and Ethel Lnni of Danville and Mattie Cowan o omersct will be the guests ol tatilt hello Burke the litter part Imo week Miss Pcatl Aldrlgc of Stanford was tho guest last week of Mrs J 11 DurhamMrs Rugsdulc who has been visiting her father Mr B P Hwopt for a month left last wcex for a visit to relatlva before returning to her homo In Missouri Mr and Mrs John Johnston of Lan castor spent Sunday with Mrs C C Becker Ms Iko Dunn entertained a num ber of her frlcnas at dinner last Thurt day and FilJay Several from licro will spend Thanks giving In Lexington Miss Mnymo Ballard Is In Lexington fur n visit to relatives and to tee Leslie Carter In Vasta theme Mr Walker Burnsldc of Richmond was hero Monday J 11 Durham and children will spend Thanksgiving with relatives Stanford AllKHUUKY J W Simpson sold to W II of Hu tunvlllc 1 maro and year ling colt for 1310 Jim Turner sold to Noah Marsco barrels of corn at U 60 per bU In fieldMr W D Marksbury Is making three weeks stay with friends at Lex Ington Mrs Noah Marsco visited Jake Carpenter of Ml Hebron Sunday- W I Murksbury arrived hero week from Chicago to make an Indef finite stay with relatives and friends Mrs Hubert Clark was hostess dinner Sunday In honor of her bus bands anniversary Mr and Mrs Burnam Lcdford vlsltjrs of Mr and Mrs J M Eager SundayMr Mrs Ben King were guests of her mother Mrs Tompson Arnold near Lancaster Rev Hellburn visited tbo homo o Mr B G Dunn Saturday evening tilled his appointment at Plcusan Grove Sunday Mr and Mrs Jim flyers of Detroit aro vUltlng Mr John Royston familyMrs Elisabeth Burgess Is visiting friends In Versailles Rev II has resigned care of tho church at this place take effect tho first of tho year has accepted work In tho boundary o tour churches doing mission and col portage work at a remunerative salary Ho with his family will reside In Dan vllle Miss Lillian Ingram will entertain number of her school friends at Thanksgiving dinner Mrs George Huffman who Is at Lexington hospital is getting along nicelyAccording to arrangement Rov of Danvlllo arrived hero Monday night to hold a short revival service Tommy do yon know why I have kept In school Yesmj you want to Und out was In that note I slipped to Jones It was to lot her vtlm she mustnt make eyes at mo cause I dont love nobody you The school trill was required to writ an essay of 250 words about an auto mobile She submitted the following My uncle bought an automobile was riding along In the country whet It bunted going slowly up a hill guess this U ubout fifty words Tin other wo hundred aro what my uncle said when he was walking back town but they are not lit for publ cation It la aOrlm to neglect your heath Tho neglect that you can be guilty of U allow biliousness or liver or towel trouble to continue la poisoning your entire system anti may lead to a serious chronic dU lease Take lUIUrda Heroine am got absolutely well The sure cure fo and all trouble of the stomach live bowels Sold by R E McRobert rTTrTTTTTTrr r Saturday at have Culman Miss or Mrs at n Murphy GO time a last at were and and M Shouso the to tie a a the Gill U ult what Kitty know but lie to to constipation any It and and liltVANTHYIIiIiI Mrs Mrs you anymore teacher Worst any 1nl VOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN rninjH HUmpluiiiii i n Fnrrfi 1 I1 J jlTj futLnflNranlm Rat Thanksgiving dinner and N Restaurant Wp wnnl to your orders for Red Cn harm 7p Get your oistiro celery me your jiroduce Jtay best fresh bones cumoRtrMliihffci 2t The Kengnrlan lintel wlltrfako a spcclaltt of ttiefr six oclpcMlnncr on I now huvo on display myyfancy han3 paint cdIt and Buy now lMM2t TlM Ballou For rent 7 rooms and hall over Wards and Eljjfns grocery stores on for on lluzhes wlnebrdad ll102t Loan Roe W M Hutchison of Preach broad coll black ivfcoat with rT FlndVr will please ro Dec 1st 111U 2t We will crvo nnjl turkey for pply to 1110lt Store fixtures for sale consisting of scales cheese knlrc etc I have no need of these iq iny store since entcd a store with fixtures S D Turner 5 Per cent Money S Will loan In suns of 1000 first mortgage wf estatar If you will tlio ioney lite UT8 or tho no year jfa the time to make application 025tf G B Swlnebroad Ten Cent Store For Sale Having decided t move to Uio coun try on accouuC of my health I will Wosses loii R J Hendron Lost Tax Notice This Is tho last city tax notice be fore tho goes which Is lst Please settle Luther 111021 City Tax Collector Publlo Sale 1 will offer t the highest and best bidder at my residence near the depot at 230 p m Baturday Nov of my and kitchen drnltur- ow Fiinnlo Bishop Am Bourno Auctioneer ll102t I OC omllllu our trlll UL 1- 1l IH Supper at L otU Jhili rr t1- Cnr ttJ LlJllt JMIot r jIILIeIr 111 11 I JI timing OU cd for your urant Urln ce Hams r and Thanks Iv u leo for rent Squa c to l1u Swine bUad 11O2t cll fcce goats Is grand cllcil Richmo d s et UJlO Call crRvll los turnto or to owner U The pe Tlmnksglvl CIIIP showcases l rea n d rail firs sell Jor In give tin r11123t jon Dew her at on tth tl I old w r e S fill Thin n t ing and Clrrtshnpd- It ttPnt Balou hbntr mad iuls n sack at Porn at strol TI ant sgivin- gdlunca times upr g by1 ndid oUiublic ply lips i t ttDso1Uc e- Loo Out ally cs on your sr of tax U e and save l penalty E W I Is TreaR goose lnhernnt sup ralerfeln- Fors RaNT1 rue and premis on slating four ores of round lusted on Cr b chard sir 1 J L Tot en Stanford R o ore so s good pep dhty and uu OVERRUN BY PRAIRIE Foreat Service to nun Thorn OH ot Southwell In cooperation with the stockmt the United States forest service hibegun nn active campaign against pral Ho dogs on tho Infested ranges within the national forests ot Arizona New Mexico tho Austin Statesman Successful attempts poisoning prairie dogs were mado spring and summer by the forest semi Ice In other parts of tho country this year the work will be carried much more extensively Tho poison used to put an end these little tests of tho western ranges Is prepared by coating wheat with i of strychnine cyanide potassium anise oil and molasses stockmen supply horses and men time poisoned wheat Is given out br the government olHcers for distribution upon ranges within the national forest areas Each rider carries the wheat In a tin pall supported by a slung across his shoulder One hand Is free for the reins and the other the rider uses a teaspoon to out the poison In balU and drop It the entrance of the The action of the poison Is almost Instantaneous Most of the prairie dogs In a town are dead within am hour or two after the bait U dropped Early last month 9300 pounds ot wheat prepared In Albuquerque N M and shipped to the various na tional forests In Arizona and Now Mexico to be distributed This quan tity of wheat will make approximately 6020000 baits which will clear up an area of from 65000 to 80000 acres at a cost exclusive of the labor of die tributing It on the ranges of about 1 4 cents an acre The poison Is used to best advaa tago In the early spring when the dogs first come out of their winter quarters and before tho green grass la plentiful enough to appease their appetites Raise flees for Recreation Mr liana of Delt Mont raises be for recreation and yet they made money for him last year From 13 hives ho took almost 1000 pounds of the finest quality of honey leaving a good supply for tho bees during the winter Tho honey was worth M cents a pound Sure to Take Notice Qunner What do you think of the proposition to signal Mars with mir rorsQuyer Im not aura about Mars but I bot Venus would take notice Gunner Why Guyer Because Venus la the planet you know He Was Fortunate Meeker My wife walked all over my collar this morning Bleeker Thats too bad You have my sympathy old man It might have been worse Fortunately I didnt have collar on at the time HOW INDEED DOGS and nays at last oa to of The and with men lre holes to nor MeekerOh Dally lad gunnysack near was one feminine the Do you love your papaT asked the ministerYes sir replied Willie And do you obey Yes sir And now comet the most Impor tant question of all Do you honor himHow can I If T o U the kind of man ma tells him he is every little Must Be Written They rail It the unwritten Put then I doubt It For or to It seems Were toned to read about hIm T a law every day It while HELP PUSH IT ALONG Are vou for tho advancement of Lancaster and Garrard County If B loin tho LANCASTER AND QAUllABD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION Use time blank below Fill It out and mall to John M Liuoister The membership fee of will not be paid bj members who enroll their numcs before December tat All members enrolled after that date must pay one dollar membership too In addition to dues Not necessary to remit dues until Deo 1st application now and help both town and county LANCASTER QARRARD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION APPLICATION FOR MBMDBRSHIP 1100 MONTHLY DUES 23cts 1 hereby apply for membership In the Lancaster and Uarrard Development AHSoclatlou and to upon notification of my election one dollar membership fee and twenty llvo cents a month dues Bald dues payable ono dollar and fifty cents un December 1 and one dollar and cents on Juno 1 of each year pf my connection with said Association AJdresa Recomuieuded by one dollar Sign MtlI11RIISIIII LO- b Signed p 1ft 1 Farm and Fan r19County agree pay fifty b WtlMfJlftJ THEFLOWER Flock wvw y 4 OF THE will feel lonesome on Thanksgiving day unless the flour that goes into the pic cake pudding etc is equally choice If jott use OBELISK FLOUR your baking will be the best you ever turned out You dont have to take our word for jt Ask anybody who has ever used Obelisk Flour Barrclsat 700 Half Barrels at 375 BANKS HUDSON 1 The Great Range I Time Tried Tested In use 27 years after burning with tho house of W U Cook Examined recently by two stove experts and found to bo in good condition Many in use in the county from 4 to 12 and 15 years Buy one and save money and fuel See our 750 Dollar Headquarters for shells and hunting outfits See Rogers Silver Ware J R MOUNT 60 1 J J YALKEU President J S JonNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNKY Asst Caahr O D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex Glbbs Lewis L Walker THE Gareard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R McROBKRTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W Cashier DA Tin tin Ant Cuhler R L Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank I L Woods Irot W C Fob Viet Ircil W 0 Kmpir Cuklir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick JNCOKfOKATtCU Wo offer you fair treat wont with every aooom 900000 modation that is nmBorotuu consistent with COY J6ooooo It KL ARNOLD HQQUYH JHBUBHOWI Bunking j oyiBu WOWVNN J- Our Cuttomera Fully Protected by hdelity and Ca uality niuranq Thanksgiving MVU AAMV iWmrnllii1 net friJ i un Lii IrPI1 DIRECTORS T M Arnold O A Arnold Lan a ter JI I OAPJDAlg W I it IS ail Ile tv JI- D e i 1 our C nn 3 r t o i t a- a S IU MORE it l l t SURPZDS I conservative rawQdpa ELwoODa rte k 1 r Farm and 0 Morgan said and cast JCMO rOY tut 31 K 1 Price wjlrl a mare mule tb rltfhr of Danville fill ICO Ike Nitylorm I 1 n pulrnf horno inn ton J tUtnlltonfu fico W8 Walker aold to W II Unit a mare mules fur 150 J I Hamilton shipped a carload inulii and horses to Mimphls tl week R tloblnsnn sold H lien of Danville Ky a pair of mare for 130 Prertin Beck average of cents per pound fur his tobacco Danville J T Henry Hold crnp of of about 6000 IM ti CTiclnnall 1 1 js at 131 ctv After advertising In the Farmers Free Column of the HKCOIIU W of Lincoln county K 1 1 live pjiirtiii mules fur 125 Fur Sale A rock crusher In condlton will crush 8 to 10 rods day Will stuck Apply t rtuRhesSWlnobroad W 0 Burton shipped a carload mutes to WIson N C Tuesday averaged him 180 lie will a load t Atlanta this week T L Broaddus sold U lots of toba co lift week with Shelton Warehouse of Lexl iifton that averted him 175 the lowest price being 1360 and highest 2060 T 0 ElkIn bought from Carpenter Brothers uf HusioiiVKlle a nice horse for 300 and one from Bruce of Stanford for 8175 also from Dr Burnett fur A red heifer calf 350 lbs and bavhtf a white mr place about two weeks affdt Find er Leaven B G Fox of Udtivlle Ky tells u that ho has bought 763 ycaillnit mules and mule colts since August 20 Pennsylvania parties and home trade Mtnyof these were bought In Gar rard county The Burly Tobacco Soc tv has pur chased five acres of land at Mt Stetl Inland will at once bv ln the erec tion of a modern warehouse und redrj log plant which will employ CO hands and handle 650000 pounds of tobacco Ky Advocate Horses and Mules Wanted having horses or mules sell will seeing rbpyis I buy them yat any time give highest market puce v W B Burton Lancaster Land For Sits One budred aud fifty acres of land well Improved well l atii Call J E Robinson cow Ii Inclined to kick while be lag milked pass a small rope the budf just In front of the udder and over the of the hips but nut ll ht If the teats or udder are not sore this method V will cure Making The trouble li usually with the milker To Dialer In Cattle For grazing and feeding cattle on or place your orders with S A Cooper Co Kansas Stock Yards A careful selection what youXwant will be made W O Park hud 27 experl ence In filling orders on market Please address all O Park Kansas City Stock 101lOt V D Burton bougbt from W JL Fliyd 41 mules at 163 each from J K Oau hman 3 mules fur 100 and from Jim Yuwell a team of mules for 1370 and a harness horse for IIDS all of whljli were bought In Hustonvlllo also bought from nub Drown of Paint Lick a team of mules for 350 a harness horse from N W Hughes of Nlcholasvllle for 250 and a of mules from U F Hudson forIOO Frcm i from coun try banks and bankers one of the Louisville banks eaimatrs the Uurley tobacco Kentucky tills year at be tween 100000000 and 210000000 Other type In the States are estimated at between 175000000 and 100000000 pounds mak Ing a total crop In the State of between 305000000 and 400OoO000 pounrlM This bank wtuni tS between 65 mid 05 per coot V of the Burley crop has been or will i pooled Cheer Up A correspondent ln Adrian lightens our burden somewhat contributing the following What If d ys cold And youre feeling old t And blue Anddligiuted too We all Take a brace Look trouble the face And smile A while Nut reamed by looking ori the shelf I Keep your troubles to yourself l AudOlieer up Jlk a A to Hen pair uf of I J Bright mules lot 1111 JO at his tobacco pat II 3 guild per of that also ship f the Bob one 175 left pleas n IrY Cephus M rc n Point sty a fur t Any one to will the Ky ro lour miles W a ba on around tip Draw It up amply f j call Comm ss on CIty fur cOfOJl unlcaUons Yards lie 1 In J4 also Cheer ups the I In Keep num lI1L yOUr woos i Jo Petrlll 11JI1 Stock scow I 1 4 4 L Ill uoYt i tradd fur harness back t p j good wet ua good hro Bryant vllle 1 sell at Ira w quickly t 11 s burlilies tats to- W i I team fathered j h- oI 1 j dot ig glum j 1 t Free Frew r a FARMERS COIUMN HIMMMMIMMMIIIIIIHIIlMtr- fptee b low htftrfluf 1 tot ciet lye me of our Utmtr nutuctlbern U the ot stock irnlti fttirt such Ihlngi turn nibe Urmtf cannot ffofd lo Lisa No nolle will xoecpltd oTr hues sad will only In two lutes of tt HicofiD Foil BALM 3 good short horn bull O T I have 14 good hemp brakes for W G Gooch 1 have sonic younlt white Plymouth nock roosters for sale J T Honrr I have 6 mules Me V If HUnerStanfurd Kr I have 25 extra flood himo steers fur sale J R Ross 1 have 12 hemp brakes In Rood dlllon that sell H K Herndon For sale cheap Good cow and weoks old steer calf and u 300 lu hug K K Li Murdhv Paint Lick Ky It Who Lost Mr D N Long of Tcatcrsvlllc hand ed us thus puzzle a few days Cat you work It A banker going home to dinner saw it 10 bill on the curbstone He It up noted the number and hume to dinner home wife said the butcher had sent i bill amounting or he had was the bill ho had found which he gave to Iler and she puldlthc but ner The butcher p ld It to Farmer for a call the farmer to the merchant who In turn paid It to i washwuman and she owing to bank a 10 went to the bank and paid the mV Thn banker rer ionized the bill as the one he hoc Found and which to that time paid 50 worth of debt On careful examination he discovered that the bill was counterfeit Now what was wi In the transaction and by whom United Her Foe Uf 20 The most merciless enemy I had 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Ilaynesvllle Me Dyspepsia 1 suffered Intensely after eating or drlnUnu and could sleep After many remedies had Failed and several doctor gave me tried Electric Sitters which me completely Now I can eat any thing I am 70 years old and am to net my heath and strength back again For Indigestion Los of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lime Back Female Complaints Its Only 50c at R E McRoberts In TO SAVE TIME When your Tobacco is to deliver i to Ke Lancaster Tobacco nrelioueo phone 38 to see if it can b handled that day This will save time tobacco on Saturday unless if was loft over from Friday J A Mingua Co DRY FARMING MEANS Much Mlonnderntood notes Constant Working or Soil In all the discussion of the term dry fanning much misunderstanding exists says Review of Reviews At recant congress there was an to change the organizations to Arid Farming Congress In simple phrase It means A method of farming that shall not Include deep plowing and frequent pulverizing of top soil out of as well as during growing It Is based on principle that the moisture falling rain or snow may sink Into tho if the soil bo loosened Then there shall tie kept above that bed a close Ono blanket of that shall prevent evaporation the furrows be turned at right to tho prevailing winds of trio snow may bo caught and if to pulverizing barrow be sent over fluid after every rain tho seed Is to receive a maximum amount sustenance It It does not got In one season It may In two a crop every alternate year if a one Is ample return on cheap Of course there roust be good as a basis only Irrigation can sand To accomplish all this special ma ilnory has come Into use Horses mill not pull plows biting deep Into tough soil so ful engines that roll majestically with two dozen plows en train In their places Press drills that the seed deep pulverizing has that break tho surface Into pow irllke fineness and other appllnacos used First gut your moisture raise a crop on It Is the adopted by one successful farmer told how ho had plowed 12 Inches had harrowed and cultivated then raised 35 bushels of wheat bushels of corn and generous crops rough feed on each acre finally a profitable fruit on a rainfall of less than fifteen annually Year after year preservation has Increased supply and the soil bed has con intly grown richer and deeper Asparagus and pieplant hardly ever grouui too rich I this the And lot sate be four be free ot chute Layton sale coming for raIsed Phu3e 312 J con I for 25 3 2 alI While at his that to 10 The a the note or had a Presbyterian- Kill Year was scarcely cured over- Joyed unequaled ready call and trouble received WHAT Term the name the the the In earth what dust If angles the certain of enough and good land soil conquer the along are plant rows are then lie deep and or starling orchardall Inches moisture till rA swwl a- MeMw sIP SSS SSISUP I S 11N sitter 3 year uid will picked went only mon fez up- I Positively no Dc attempt season moistened winter centuries drlud formula this lad SA KENTUCKY CROP REPORT FO NOVEMBER t 1900 Issued by the Bureau of Aijrloultur Thin U last report for 1WH tlio next one will bo issued March logo We desire to express our to our very rfllclciit and ultcntll of Crop Ucpoittra who have i ably aided nit Id making our reports during the PMt nine inonUis and their hearty ccjpuratlon fur tho con Ing This report Is a brief summary the past four months Crop On the whole tho year been n very favorable one for the mor The weather has been almost Ideal farming weather since July Isl from which trine thus report covet The drouth of the past year was evident as enough rain fell during th month of July and with tine of some localities during August the Ural put of September when was real dry the farmers were enabled to harvest every crop and house nicely Wheat Tho average wheat yield for this Stale was not very heavy br lug about eleven bushels This sboui ba Increased and can be made pw l bio If the proper ratal Ion Of practised by the farmer largo acreage of planted this year and In fact Is largest for many years If not tho larg est ever planted and more attention was given to seed selection and proper cutlvatlon than ever before Data The oats crop In Kentucky tlih year was a good one as against complete ft1 ure of last year An nv fur this year bushels per acre Hemp The hemp crop this wan exceedingly light und tho for a good price are good rye acreage Is very small In the State and the average yield li only about bushels per acre Dark Tobacco About the of dark tobacco was grown pos slbly a little less than last year the average vlrld was produced Burly Tobacco acreage burley tobacco was very large being about the largest if not the largest ever grown In the State The quality h good and tbo average yield Is about nine hundred pounds per tore for the State Fruit The fruit crop taken as whole was very light In some l s there Is a good crop of apples Live Stock Horaat Horses are lniilfg up will In numbers and re hog at a very good price the average being 10100 for the State mules are scarce and are selling for or average price of 13000 and are hard to buy at all Cattle not as plentiful as were last year and are selling from 31 to 61 cents the average for the Stub being 4 cents sheep lucreoMlng In numbers owing to scablei bring among them and being under Federal urei age price fur the State Is 4 cent hogs are scarce and are selling high pi ice ranging from 0 cents to 7 cents There Is 1 tie or no no disease them Uklig Vie Slate as a whole but In Few localities we have heard of Poultry Poultry and poultry higher than over before chickens range from 8i cents to per pound and eggs are selllnv from 16 cents to 25 cebU per dozen 1 1 the country Clover and Alfalfa Doth are scarce and are sel hug for good prices Clover averaging 1060 per too wl lie alfalfa s selling at 812 25 A Fish Story A remarkable Ush story which Is at iolutely true came to light the other day Sam J Miller of Glendale Ublug In Nolln lie had just strung One threepound black bass and had minnow on I 1 hook As le cast his lino a large duck was lying up stream and saw tho minnow bet as It struck the water It dive fur tits minnow and got the io6k caught l i 1s neck Mr Miller reeled In the wild duck and as a result f his little fishing t Ip had black bass wild duck bjth for supper caught wIth the sumo bait and on tho same iook EHzabethtown News Mince Under Ban Even as late as the earlier years of eighteenth century mince plo aa- n adjunct of the Christmas feast was forbidden to tho English clergyman SOUR STOMACH An Almost Certain Sign of Acute Indigestion If you occasionally have a taste of food In your mouth ll surely that the food you are cat UK H bt K dlKeHed but Instead Is irmenllntf and Klvlnit out puhonous Kax Iia common flymr tllnelj and also that lump lead fcfllnw tin If your stomach was a much greater loud than It stand It you want prompt relUT alid cure olo H K Molloberts get large I III box of JHuna for 60 cents I E MolloCerts knows that Hlo i h highly recommended sclentltlo and Ui t U why ho Is ready return your If It falls to euro stomach belching of liaR bllllounness tick headache foul and all atouuch troubles catarrh or money buck Ju iatU9 It in e the and I thanks ask ear lit has far not exception and It It i cups Is CornA corn was i the i a tIo Is year prospect Rye also usual aid of a local- I fall Iy they cents the Quarantinethe a are 12 cents anywhere way a put afresh wild made- a and Pie the I sour shows nut gases Belching of tom at such of carrying could permanent and Ii tablets a remedy money acId dual ness breath 1 Cures lulll111f tnQUI GOo corps Stile twenty The crop The set are Sttto among cholera products now flYOME1IH brugglltl 4- aY We sell the best Straight Greek at ISets per bushel Henley V Bastin at the Creamery 1 r L it t MtKttHK ft n t i co Iia M t l t n 1 t t t1 n 1 1J IS I IRI I A EEAZLETyl 6- Y 1 cAl1AKA1TA yaa v3iaylasar a ltvanalsaasdI I5 It El 1- 1t I a 9t ta Snl4tatut7Ctlittrttc at17d7kfltAt7A4kttlasEd UNDERTAKER Arterial Cavity Ekalll O ou II 1111 Slrll aid a are FULL LINE Or CASKBTS ANU BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IX STOCK I REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Ban OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Nov i6th 1909 IE80URCF- 8toanaand dlictfoula IH6K4 Overdralla aeohredand uniecnred 4871 4 U a llondl to avcuro MOOO c Bonds ipcnrltlfi etc vfl t- U furniture end Inure Dug front National Bank He Nerve M c Due from Stale end 1rlvatR Aunts and Banker Truit Compaulea suit Saving Bunk 17f Due from apuroved reserve agents SI3U Cueckaand other 334 Notes of other N tlon l Hanks Fructloiut currency nlckeU 391 LAWFUL KUIRTI In BANK vis 9 vcle lltivyiui U ender note A 7 0 00 1 I8 C Redemption fund with U 8 Trea urer per cent of circulation JQO TOTAL PVIUIH LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In IMOOO lund SJOOO Undivided prqfltt and t t 7J I S National autitandluf Uuu o Due to other Matloual Banxt lm 4 Due to Htate aqd irlvate Bauka and Bankeri 140 1 Individual denctlu aubjeci luclieck lltjut CertlHud CbecIO SM forl iea w 7 TOTAL triuiiiii or KiNTCcxV COUNTY or OUIKABD ai 1 B f lludion the above above stele meut la true to the of mr knowledge belief B X HUDION Subscribed and to before mo thus lath day of Nov 1W9 R C Notary Public CommUilon Expires January 25 112- Connurr AttcatiJJWAtKJB J 8 JoiiNiox J 0 A AiNOII A Matrimonial Bargain He Why did you me She Well honey you looked cheap when you proposed that I coulC nt resist the bargain FINK FAIIM IN UAUKAIU COUNTY FOIL SALE I A one gr i tarot for illutted on new u tr Point Lcavull ilx miles Itrcnter conulutPK 200 well located In good nelxlibotbood being tart of John Walker Iraettvllh handsome new Iwoitor r ildeue thereon with all necessary and good new burn Witt Well six never Salting springs and creek running through Tiax j cash la band balance one sod two years from bearing ilx per sent Interest until paid Period looking for such placejiteaio write V O WALKKBBUoford Kr LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNIQN TOOK VAIIPB Cattle Sheer Receipt 887 8VM 96- Thlpmenli tM JWJ ft 7 H W Extra lutuhtr liven extra lood to choice J 4 7V9BU to fair B 8644 U- lel rieitr 8Vtfft40- lOQdtocholee 4 1088 15 I W94 W sills 4iM4IOl- oi J to chofc IIOOJ4 1ft lo tilt M 1 75O9 to I 7- 6lulli balognt OKS 7 Eslra 1Y OU 4WK 4 W OALVKBi extra a 7S 7COO8M I K eJomuoaand large 11003 good paciiri aud butohere 10 I U Iud packer 7 W3H10- Htg 4 7MM I lomnion o choice heavy tows 6 Wil 7 U Ight ihlpperi T 4Vtt770 HIIKBCiextr 4 IX94M- lood lo choice IWX 4 tt- ommumof lr JOftcHM- IAUDil iiv 8 7 laodtacUoloa it See 6000 00 luot 01 eb Items tW 00 rAE 10 00 00 expenses I W Reserved sTATS Cuhler of named bank do olemnl oear best Dnn so blue pike south of the a roo1ff o Ibdlldlnps dAY once November OAT19Kt Shippers f5 Com111011 Common to fair Canners rlflo 1004 OJ 1 IIIe sad 6 7 I I 6Oj opTHe Noft a piper and Y t ten Usnk note A that the and sworn Directors marry sale and sores revs watered or sale fogs 4901635 64114603 uum wnu Cow u O SCommon r r Fat bulls r n n fat O 716 40 11I tut nnnextra 1iG0ata01 tOJMIfun1nnup a 610- J g 11 REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK NCABTKH opjBliieBftYl6HI9KSOUBCE8 Loan and dlicoant IIM7M Overdraft ecured and unneeured 1 7UJ l Bond lui cure circulation Muooou ecurllle etc tljtvoal- lankliiflioiuvfurrltnreandaxture 7000 00 Due IrkinNatlunalllauk resellagent 2jn Due reserve ateiiu ajMfJ H Check and other catti Item 41 SI Notes ot other National I A 00 Ill VO LAwrvi MONEY UKXRVC IN BAHK Redemption Fund with Trees urer circulation IIAB1L1T1K9 lock paid lu I MtVOO- OHiiriilufnud WOUOOO Undivided profllie expenie and tialil 7ftMt7 National llalik MIMI i tine to National Hank 7M XI tine to Ktat and Irtvato hunkS Banker1 IW 53 Individual depnlt In cheek 33JM fpayable IncludlliR Certlflealr- ot fur mousy borrowed 10000 00 Reserved for 1617 M Total I2S14I 84 I a U JUICY Cashier of the named beak do solemnly wear that the above ilateinent I true lo of knowltdre and belief 8 U DKKNY Subscribed and to before me 19th of Nov I90U W o Notary tobllc My Couimlmlon expire Feb 111 iu Atlett J K 8TORHM At U 1HHNY Director A C ItOUIMON I or11111 No The u FraCllOlial I Specie IIAR- WLfgelldtr notes LI AI UotII o U I I j Total I I oil I p alas I Tu 10 CAlhler I a 14i3- OF ICY Close T s Sol t Hanks Yet 5 f 0 51001jxoate laze Note and STATKOSKKNTVCKYCOVNTYOTOAKIAIID5l ahoy swore this day 0 COLUMBIADoubleDisc Records 65c They fit guy machine nmloutwenr any other ro cords in tho world Double value for your luonoy Call in Got l catalog 1 F G HURT Subscribe or Record eo oJ I I I e i PIN MONEY FOR FARMERS Vurlon Ways for the Worn A t IMIII u Icnny In advising n farmers wile o tlntifililvr to tans money most people will say liens garden truck o been Nttv If you live OH n farm you know that hens and Rtnlcn ttont thrlVo to n wry great extent the lame farm And If they did th fatally and hired help would play hob with tlio profits of either for tho will uniformly RO to pay tho grocer tin nil the Innncr nun lint I believe bees ran be profitably kept If you know stow mid nro afraid of them Now 1 dont know nnd afraid of thorn so will leave that to sonic abler Jo explain gays the Agricultural Kiltomlst One way to earn n penny tomatoes nnd cabbage plants In tin liouno early put only ono plant each tin cnn that Is unsoldered tied together with a string keep then growing and If they nre ready to blow cum by the time all danger of frost h past co much tho better lug a hole whcto you want to sot them wet the dirt In tho cnn thoroughly untlo your tiring slip n knlfa around the cnn slip your tomato Into the hole prom the dirt around It nnd It will novel know It has been transplanted you can soil tomatoes nt IS cents i dozen before your neighbors vines In bloom Cabbage and melons nnd cucumbori c n bo rented tho sntno way and nil n paying crop while lettuce radishes can bo grown ready fur nine ket In tho bay window ur upstairs I your house Is reasonably warm Shelter for Oeete Old goose thrive In nil kinds o weather If given n shod shelter on tho windward side Hotter o shed to thomitulvos than the row barn they are safe from being stepped on A pasture too for tithe stock wll still do for ROORO year In which tho garden I fortllUcd and tha ground workrd It richer and more capable 01 Growing crops Founding of Weather Bureau Congress deserves tho credit o founding the weather bureau Oi February 9 1870 n bill was which provided for tho eMabllihmen of A national weather bureau Undo tho provisions of till tncaiuro tho do pnrtmont was In the jurisdiction o tho nrniy Its direction being place In tho hands of the United States nig oat corps A second bill was passed by con gross on October 1 1S90 whereby tin direction of the weather bureau wni taken away from the signal corps nnd transferred to the department of agrl culture Tired Women WMKI ud tired aced iteats ThiileeliBi weak esser tfrediess will leave yes el Itself Take Cardil that effectual remedy 01 wemei Tkousuds el wewea have tried Cardal aid write eilkislaslirally Its great le A recent letter Mrs Charles Bran el Sweetest lid says Twigae eaa tell howsuch your Idic has done for ne le lore I begaa laklig Cared could iel dea days work I would work awhile aid lie dole I shall always praise te your Bedlclie Try Cared For sale everywhere KILLTHB COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND LUNS TROUBLES MONKY REFUNDED R K Drug Sore Vermifuge WIFE 8 truck on and lIe onc net pen Isto start In and and and art are and poor J cry become Iles aunts al less CARDUI Ire I d Ive 42 WITH FOR C8 Br U7AXAN AT18iAOTOJiL1C 0 M Roberts C v 11 4 r first all closed because phase wen free ever werk 1 Ier16e d 8 eel Ins B U o F L WI I I E s- Cream s r d f THE 6UWIHTEEB WORM THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC ctwAai or IUITATION THI OIHUH fmraiiie OIIIT 91 DullardSnow Liniment C OTT bOUIB MO MoUobort Drug Store I POSTEDTliuuml6rltfriOi warn sup to nil persons nut tti trespass upon our lands for any purpuna wlmteror ah wo will prosecute till offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jilt M Kurrn tnulro fl Iurionn W H Ferguson Kd N II Price K F UcrrliiK W A l rlco WBKmbiy H L Illch- MruJWKInnnlrdTA Kl In Dave Thompson 7rillco JftsHiitton Mm R R Daniels 1 II 10 TO H M DunontVShop for not and Clean Steamed Towel and Slerllted Razors Ve i trtcl lf fotirlrxU we here to rUlcktollitfoMrflUlilf lutbtr with M fipctlfDf lad K their shop Itlclimond Hi oitico Hour one o tr in lo If I p m to 4 Alormr Itti B OJ1 VALTER DENTIST Phono 05 Lancaster Ky H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PIIONK J Office turner Leilntton St slid Public Square Lancaster Kentucky Ed C Gaines NOTHING UANCASTKK KKNTUCKY ill HO US IS BARBER Cull In and get a Slmtf Hslr Cut and Shampoo North tide of Square Hot and Cold Baths v T KING AiictioneeirOWHM KHNTUCKY Get him lo cry your sales Best of references I I uereb I t J W Heene Rebecca Wtllt t r Anderson rcAiDsJ 1 I j j q of reel Store j UT i INSURANCE Ill bite 1 1 I s i C r i I Mrs snit are star years three s a e 1y I a W M Morrow G mil unto Optician UlaiMt Fitted Hallitactlou Unaranleed J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and District Court 1ollco CourT Phone 101 K Denny DENTIST omc om Mlu Aruold Mlllltifr Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Cut Flowers t For Every Oooasion Ware McRoberts Fruit and Ornamental TREESKvorythlnu for Orchard Lawn and Garden Catalogue on application No Agents H FHillonmeyer Sons Lexington Kentucky iow t PUBLIC SALE Shorthorn Cattle NOV A 1000 a Lunch at 12 oclock BaU be Ulna lpT UQS 1 j I U S Ontce over rM I j I Tltlca Abstracted Photo 221 I 1 itJ Iand uvlllo frill sat r tor prtlea InioK trout II III n r Hantord 1 l eeeee6IIIIII1elIS6N-6j Y 44seeeeeee6oeeeea i eee6666e6 0Irl- AtGLHNBURN1Wlun UFSDAt cca but 0 r- 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