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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l I- 4 S4 YRARr THE CENTRALPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER FRIDAY DEOEiMBER 1909 c r r f REC Rb KY 4 Gasoline Corn Mills Feed Mills Corn CrushersJoel Cutters Wood Sows and PUMPING OUTFITS sold and erected Wehave a few slightly used Corn Crushers hand that we will sell at a bargain Let us make you estima tions on your wants CONK BROTHERS Hi I I J1 I 6ngln6S f i q1 J 1 r I i r IXJIXII I A V v ion 22nd a orpl Womans Club most Interesting of Womans Olub was held In the Sunday school roost of the Preabyfccrlan church Fildsy afternoon Tho club will assist In the fight against the whlto plague the Ort step to be taken with the children In the schools Certainly Now In order to substract ex plained a teacher to tho class ID math ematlcR things nave to be of the name denomination Fur Instance wo couldnt tike three apple from four years nor six horses from nine dons A hand went up In the back of the room Well Johnny smiled tho unsuspecting teacher Please madam shouted the boy cant you take four quarts of milk from three cows Kentucky In Demand Mr It E McRoberts had the ilk tinction of hunting near Hnpklnsvllle with Ills brotherinlaw Mr Ilurrr Ware who had a brace of Bolters that have since been sold to Harry Whit ney of New York known to ua through his connection with the Peary Cook controversy Dr Cook left hit records with Mr Whitney who was hunting game for his own pleasure Antics Wo presume Mr Whit ney tlioughttho best way out of It was to cone to buy a 1760 dUll and lose himself In tho happy hunting ground of the South for the winter at leaat Arnold Anderson Wo have received an anouncment of the marriage of Mr Paul J Arnold Hlu Uouluti I Anderson which occurred on Nov third They are now home t their many friends at Grand Tower llllnck This will bo of much Interest to the friends and relatives of the groom aa delta native of Qarrard Co but has resided In 1 llnoia for the past six years Ho la remembered here as a sober and Industrious young man with an Irreproachable character and exceedingly with ill who know him The bride II the only daughter of Mr W 0 Anderson of Grand Tower Illinois and II an attractive and ac complished young lady being a great social favorite In her community- It glyM the BKCORP pleasure to will tbctt Toni and happy life Come l an I I A meeting the j t I f I I J 1 Does I I t el tllcky J suit at IV Sco A 1 e Mounta oy by local talent hurt Ho Dec w- L the t Ilouse bcr Gr ne ClrcloGl educate Irl I r I r i t i i i lathe 7f I ae 4 Mrs Marshal Euon has been on the sick Hit for several weeks Police Court Chief of Police Luther Iferror ar rested a gang of colored men for crap shooting and four of them were given 120 each In Judge Harris1 court urlel or Petero The remains of Mrs Peters were brought to this city Saturday and In terred In the Lancaster cemetery Tho deceased was a sister of Mr Thomas fleering formerly of this county and the lato Dr II 0 and James Herring of thus phce ournoNolghbora Miss Ida Lee Bourne of this and Fred Neighbors of Louisville were married on Tuesday at the home of tho brides sitter W K Warner of Stanford Tin der officiating The bride Is the and attract vo young daughter pf Mr and Mrt J D Bourne of Me Creary while the groom la an energe young businessman of the Falls City having a good tale graph operator The happy young couple left at once for a bridal trip of six weeka to New Gleans and other Southern points Investigation On Wednesday morning Circuit Clerk J W Hamilton requested Judge W O Bell to give the Grand Jury special instructions In reference to charges mado against him by State Inspector M II Thatcher In a report concerning a record partially burned and a uilulng record that Thatcher be bummoned and the case be fully Investigated No additional Instruc tion was given hut tho session of the Grand Jury was extended to next Thursday and Thatcher and Special Inspector E G Floyd were summon od from Frankfurt to testify before theta Mr Hamilton laanxloua for a complete Investigation A Merchant Read the page advertisement II Login In this Issue In which you will find 130000 worth of goods priced at rockbottom figures This office has Just printed 23000 bills which havobeen scattered all Central Kentucky and will bring large crowds as he offers to pay railroad taro In a radius of 60 miles with every purchase of lift Mr Logan li one of our most energetic citizens has been at thQ head public enterprises Is now mayor of the city believes In home patronage sad his honest bu l nose methods kite won fur him the respect and eateew of the trading 00 wrljr get bargain Mr Mrs Eld F tic positional T ot public I vicinity M handsome Wid Awake many and A Ono girl was born to tho wlfo of II 0 Dunn on November 24th Wo are glad to note that Mr W McC Johnson has finally been In doting his big coal mine deal referred to In a former Issue Rabbits Scare There is a great scarcity of tabblti throughout tho State according to rc ports received One reason advanced Is that tho severe hall storm last spring slaughtered most of them In tbe west end whore most of the ship mania como from tbo hall was ex tremely severe Marriages Mr Benjamin M Lane and Miss Odessa A Simpson of Stone were un ited In marriage at tho homo of Elder F M Tinder Mr James hocks and Miss Lyda M Simpson were married Thanksgiving Day by Eld F M Tinder at tho residence Miss Sallle Prather and Mr Ben lIam were married Wednesday after noon by Eld F M Tinder Both of the contracting parties belong to prominent families and tho RECORD them well Teeohero Organic The teachers and school people of this district met In Richmond at the Normal building and reorgan ized the Eighth District Teachers As social Ion Representatives from every county wero present and an meeting was enjoyed The follow Ing officers were elected Prof J A Sherro of tho Normal President Prof D W Bridges Lancaster Orad ed Schools Vicepresident Dr Fallls Danville Prof Coates Richmond and Prof Abner Burgln committee to ar range program for next meeting which will ba held at Dinvlllo the first Fiiday and Saturday Christmas Miss Ora L Adams of Harrodsburg was elected secretary Richmond Climax RELIGIOUS Eld F M Tinder will preach at Sycamore school house next Sunday afternoon at 230 Tbe Ladles Aid Society will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs R E McRobcrts Prof W F Smith of Transylvania University will speak Sunday mor ning and nlghtattheCbrUtlin church observing 0 W B M day Dr Pearce will preach Sunday mor ning at the Lancaster Methodist church but will not preach that night on account of having to go to Louie vllle where the National Church Fed oration Committee meets Ho will begin a reties of discourses for Decem bet next Sunday Eld F M Tinders sermon on How to make Lancaster an Ideal Town was well received and showed the necessity of considering the moral and spiritual growth of the city as well as the material growth From his text he proved that God must be In the work to make It a success Tbe Baptist Ladles Aid met afternoon with Mrs 0 D Pow ell when the Bazaar which Is to be laid December llth was discussed Many nice and useful articles are be low sent In and the ladles are hoping to make a good sum which will aid them greatly In paying for their new parsonageSunday December twelfth has been set apart to celebrate the eightysec ond anniversary of the organization of the Christian church of this city Several papers will be read setting forth the history of the church from Its beginning and a roll call of the en tire membership will be made On that night Eld I J Spencer of the Central Christian church of will deliver an address The church Invites all friends and neigh bon Hop Foedere end Brooders The cheapest and best way to cure hogs la to keep the well Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy puts and keeps hogs In a healthy thrifty condition Dont wait for your hogs to get sick A few doses now save the loss of your entire herd Sold by J R Mount I latter wishes F Ida I Ot successful enthusiastic v Monday Lexington Jt Dont fall to be at the meeting of the Lancaster and Garrard County Development Association next night at tho Odd Fellows lodgo You On Thanksgiving the members of the Baptist church surprised their pastor and Mrs Bush with an offering of many good things Wo thank you brethren and sisters not more for the material than for the spirit that prompted the giving O P and Mrs Bush Circuit Court Considerable business1 has been trans acted In Circuit courtalnce last Issue Several misdemeanor werd die posed of The cue of the Common wealth against Andy Broughton and Chas Majors charged with murder was continued Clarence Fry colored Rot a life for the murder of Virgil Mulllns also colored tbe trial consuming Friday and Saturday Har din Robinson and Tomlinson for tbe Commonwealth and G B Swlnebroad for tbe Civil actions are being beard this week Improved tiectrlo tight System Mr Alex Walker has put about 95 000 wortb of improvement to his light plant recently He has been working to Increase tbo capacity of his macbln ery and tells us that by January first he will have doubled It Iscontemplstlng putting In a full metre system If the City Council will give him a franchise of reasonable length and allow him to run the lights all night with the additional charge for same This would bo most to all consumers as tho lights should run all night and when they are all put on a metre system people will be only paying for what they get which Is fair for both parties Besides this out lights will be much hotter as customers will turn the tights off when they are not In use thereby giving all the lights their full candle power If this Is done our light system will be second to none In tile state An Answer Captain J A Doty published the following In tbe Courier Journal which shows tbe Commonwealth Is In debted to him In the columns of your Sundays In dispatch from Frankfort I find quoted from the report of State Inspector Thatcher speaking as to the condition of certain records In Oar rard county tho following language Mr Thatcher makes sensational charges In report which he with Gov Wlllson He has placed his on the hands of tbe proper civil authorities and wtl attempt to pros ecuto certain officials In the Criminal Court Important records in Clerks once In Garrard were burned and Mr Thatcher says that be must conclude that these books and records were destroyed or abstracted with some criminal Intent In view ther along he says alleged ancles In the Circuit Clerks office were found to be 8248 In tbe County Clerks office 9760 in tile Police Judge of Lancasters office County Judges office 28240 showing a total of 833448 which has been collected by State Inspector Thatcher and turned Into the State Treasury It Is not anted In the dispatch In which clerks office the records wero burned and a hasty reading might and to clear the matter from all pos Bible doubt I as Clerk of the Garrard County Court state that tile burning or abstraction was nQt In my office nor of any record or records which ap pertain to mj office The Inspector found that I had on hand of the States collected by me 760 and which I at once paid j This amount was In a book covering fees received for llcenres from colored people and the book was overlooked when the State Inspector my office some time since time the State was my debtor In the sum of 910 which sum Is yet duo and which can be paid me as I am In formed only by an act of the Leglsla ture J A Doty Clerk I I room Thank goods cues a filed dlscrep1 2 I one onlco all much as the other I examinedi mo t I Tuesday sentence appeared defense satisfactory paper report the indicate money i i J Now Get Busy Tho Land of NowThls Is the slogan to bo used by tho Lancaster and Garrard County Development Asso ciation In tho work recently mapped out by this organization at Laaewtor At a meting held In Lancaster a mohth ago when the movetreat was launched a committee made up of Captain Brlnlon B Davis President of the Louli vllle Commercial Club A B Lipscomb Secretary and R E tingles of Louisville was appointed to award a prize of In gold to the person who suggested the beat slogan to be used by the Association All slogans were sent to President John M Farra of the Association at Lan caster Mr Farra received several hundred suggested slogans and those were forwarded to the Louhvllle com mlttcc whlcb took them In hand and after a deal of discussion awarded the prize to Dr William Burnett who suggested tho slogan The Land of Now Among the slogans most seriously considered by the committee were the following Progress Publicity Home The Paradise of Prosperity The Portal of Industry The Doorway of Dixie Tbe Hub of the Commonwealth Drop your Hammer Get busy Tbe Hub of Kentucky From the Heart of Kentucky The Land Kentuckys Land of Prom foe A Reserved Section In tbe Theatre of Life The Iron Is not Strike Garrard County Gods Country Th Eden of the Twen tleth Century The Utopia of North America The Garden Spot of the South The Gem of Agrl cultural Conditions We represent a Federation of Commercial Tbunder old Garrard to the forel Shout this slogan oer and oerl Lancaster and Garrard great M tko them foremost of the SUtel President Farra received slogans from as far East as New York city The competitors for the prize Included the following John M Logan New York N Y Mrs E D Putts Lexington KT II F O Hurt R H P Filitlc Mrs Ada Denny Robt It Meadows Clay Sutton Jennie Ida May Grant R W McRoberts R L Elkin Dr Wm Burnett Dr Pearce Robt Walters R E G S Greenleaf S D Cochran Mrs Samuel Cochran Leonard Miller Ed a GaInes Sadie Anderson W O Dunlsp all of Lancaster The one selected Is full of slgnlf Icauce when applied to the territory which It represents The develop ment of our rich agricultural resour ces and the construction of factories to make our products available by preparing them rot market and avoid InK the expense of shipment In a crude b State show the necessity of acting NOW and saving thousands of dol are for the growers of our hemp a fruit vegetables c All these products can be manufactured hero and not only furnish labor for bun dreds but leave the difference be tween the price for the crude and the 0 manufactured article here Instead of giving It to the cities to wblcb we ship We can furnish the products for a hemp teeters a tobacco factory and a fruit and vegetable cannery If tile cities can make largo sums of money In manufacturing and pay freight on the crude product why cant we make a larger profit having no freight to pay We bave capital enough and such enterprises properly advertised would Invite capital with groper encouragement In reference to taxation NOW Is the time and de lay Is hurtful Let us organize a I stock company and keep our profits at home jj Let us act In the living NOW and not rust out while contemplating the 5 dead past or prophesying In reference to tho future Take care of tbe pres cnt and we will have utilized all the time that belongs to us What does j It profit us to know how tbe huge stones were placed in the pyramids of i Egypt or what disasters will befall us in the future We are happier not to know How Is the public benefited by j I 5 boltGrand TlnKley Batson- F Rankin tobacco what you or ancestors Patronage Transcendent Eli Henry knowing your The 435OOO Court Holia Built by Editor E C Walton ot Stanford Kentucky i i l NIT Jk r I J a o ttQ4 I t CHRISTMAS I and Holiday Gifts AT Hasoldon Dros1 sv ralara aESnmu aES asoEaquavrfaze otav m atatr r r 1 L r t oQ F aQaQaQOQataQ gE QkQkQfrQsQ4QAQtfAMak did Show us what you can do NOW I Talk and work NOW for every enter prise and every Improvement and our town and county will be second to the Commonwealth Much good will be accomplished In giving publicity to advan taKes In clip and country life Our city enjoys all the modern Improve ments with a cultured Christian peo pie free from feuds and local attires surrounded by and permitted to all the blessings tbat emanate from nature and her God We have an able and our churches are open for the of the Giver of all blessings our Graded school has an endowment fund of 160000 and Is one of the thorough Institutions of learning In tbe State causing a rapid Increase In population We bave three bunking institutions three grain warehouses hemp and warehouses lu our city about twenty thriving villages two of which banks and the territory Is thickly settledOur farm lands yield abundantly of variety of the most profitable crops two of which hemp and tobacco bring over a million of dollars Into the county annually The cereals are bountifully Blue grass tlm and clover abound making the handling of horses cattle and mules a very profitable occupation These de sirable areconstantly Immigrants from less favored sec Clone to our superior enjoy worship I tobacco produced condit lOlls most bringing With a proper realization of our Inexhaustible resources and our limitless possibilities together with a determination to encourage home the most wonderful results would be achieved Ohm Publicity Committee Many thanks to Mr Jas B Leavel for some nice potatoes as large as Joe Mounts head This Is an act of Mrs Charles K Marshall died at her home In Richmond Ky Tuesday morning after a long Illness la addl Lion to her husband the widely known Christian minister she is surylved by six children The Boy Know Little boy said the well meaning reformer Is that your mamma over there yonder with the beautiful set of furs Yes sir answers the bright lad Well do you know wbat poor mal It In that has laid to suffer In or der that your mamma might have the furs with which adorns herself so proudly Yes sir My paper Chicago Ev The bazaar Aid ty of church will at on Saturday Dee 11 IMWt dons enterprise I Post of Ladles the a t old ore T charity ant she r r- ening Joseph In order to MAKE ROOM my large SPRING STOCK 1 IJ1 IXQl r1 flI0 m I for OI C Buggies and Harness give a set of HARNESS with every buggy sold aa I have only a few left at oncefrtV W Romans I I I 9 e fJ Jk Jb i i i a 4 C w t 1 v 4 CENTRAL RECOR MBUKD WEEKLY 1100 A YKAR F S HUGHES EdrPubr in LdMoHtr fteSecondOoii Malt Maher Member Ky Association and Elahth Dletrlct Publlchers Ue aue Lancaster Ky Daoember 3 1909 For Political Announcement For Precinct and City Oftlees 601 County Offices For State and District Offices 150 For Calls per line For Cards per line For all publications In the of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line K Obituaries per line 0 M Bryan hay tars properly against the saloon An attempt will bo made to pass a law sutMtitutlng the electric chair fur gallows In this state It Is lest painful and the most humane of all forms ef Inflict hug the death penally We have alas favored a hw thai will insure the lilting of capitol tot taxation and the sending of two mil lions of dollars out of tIe state by a party In Jefferson county to avol taxation will support our contention The American Tobacco Company considering a purchase of 8120000000 of pounds cf tobacco of the 1009 pool from the Burley Tobacco Society This would be the must deal on record and If It goes at a good price everybody should pool here after In hunting statist Ion of the effect of local option tbU city and county should be consulted It was first vot ed here In 1880 and the decrease in crime the Improvement In advance In the price of real estaleand the general uplifting of the communi ty speak In no uncertain way and prove that It h best for any The Lexington Herald very wisely nuggtsls the appointment five law yers to draft a bill to revise our elec tion laws and favors the raising of a to pay them In order to the for passage during the com fog session of the Legislature We beaitl favor the for there Is more corruptIon under the present system than was ever known In the Commonwealth A handsomely carved hoard Is being containing the following There Is so much hid In the bestof us And so much good In the worbtof us That It hardly behooves any of us To talk about the rest of us Tlili sentiment should be In many households If Santa Claus wants list of need It we will fur nlsi him with a number of We will publHh next Issue an an ewer to some uf the findings and con clutliiiR contained la a report of Inspector Thatcher In refer once to an upon of some pub Ito records recertly made here The dais for the answer could not be pro cured In time for this Issue We do nt believe shat there was an criminal Intenton nor do we believe that the public will the ik so when Mil the conditions clrcntmtin ces are It Is nut the pall uf wisdom to hasty concluklonc More than 160000000 pounds of cig ar tobacco and nearly four times tunnt tr of lha other of tobacco WM grown In the Dinted Suites In 1108 tccoralng to bulletin Issued by the Department oj Agriculture KiRtuoky leads all the States In to b ceo grown producing more than one third of the crop of the country and of the entire crop of the world VVMIa sotae l baccq g pro 4ueed n vTrf SWoi less than I pr M0t country1 crop U o 0 5 OIlU Pre F Interest declared the I morals the community sold Inscription a names State published form that almost of tr j atmd al Use fort a ji Rita 9 10 i I i i a through r r 1 j 1 I fund propust inn f4 r i i acid y those who tl r exam f I and rL v r about one nlIlh this a r 1 1 Nothing is More Acceptable for Christtnns giving tlmn something fur the homo If it bo ri piece of Furniture it brightens tho home not only for the day or the week hut for years to como if it is the right kind of Furniture nnd rightly bought r1 or t rCP f 0 4 J In rto r J d 4 t Il- of I t- c L 1 r tll I a r lrw1 West of the Mlsalppl river Texas being tho only l State In wlilcb the Industry has much Importace Onrrard county Is classed amone the largest producers In the State and tIe revenue derived from It makes out land among the roost valuable In State 2 We are gratified know that Incut men approve of our In reference to new laws needed and especially to the tax revision bill propose to make mention of all laws needed and would BUKK t this nectlon that candidates Congress iliuuld be Interviewed as to their VII Jlnifiiess to use their Influence la mod Ifylng the InterstateCommerce laws no as to prevent the shipment of liquors local option territories This Is much needed as the only annoyance we have Is by such shipments Down with home people Is the moi tu la Danvlle savs tho Advocate That feeling predominates in many other localities The Climax regrets to say That la the reason so many towns and even the State of lugs at the rear of the of progress The good Book a house divided agalnt itseif cannot stand and this truth Is manifested more and more day it takes a long pull a strong pull and a pull to tether to accomplish goofs things the soonerthe people are guided by this idea the better for all Rich mond Climax This feeling predominates here too but lets overlook the past for our are now awakening ti the tact that In unity there Is strength and every one Is pal ingfor Lancaster and Uarrard Countys interests NOW Forewarned Is Forearmed The Democrats of Kentucky bad Just as make up their minds that they are up against proposition The Republicans are going to fowl note Appellate Judge 0 ORear for Governor on a platform construct ed to catch the temperance vote The judge Is an avowed temperance advo cate and can consistently stead upon such a platform Resides Judge ORear Is a very popular man and by his advocacy of the tobacco growers cause he has made many friends that class of vitus The people of the State generally know that he Is a man of force and ublHv Notwith standing the poll ical upheave It Is going to take a mighty good and dean Democrat to beat him and the party must not make the mistake that any sort of a nomination is equivalent to election We have got to put our best foot foremost and In order to win re must man as with whom we shall deserve to win The editor of the Gazette has no candidate for Governor and no axe to grind Figuratively he sits on the watch sad taking nits of events and the trend of sentiment and having Boning but the good of the patty at heat und wanting nothing and expecting nothing de ires to lstua wan log In time that the temperance element of the Demo cratic parly has gut to be reckoned Midi as well at the large and growing independent vole It It the sheerest nonsense that a Democrat cannot be a prohibitionist Ho can he for or agulmt the sale of liquor and oil be a Democrat Even with the nllllary admhUtmton of Governor Wlilsun to hold up to the horror of the tot r awl the recklessness that has charucteilzed tho HepuHoui mlsman ogtment of generally tlio Democrats wl I have no walkover for the succession unless they select as standard bearer a man of known In tegrity and capacity ono whom the people holleve wDUIyo fair Just and economical munagomentof the altulrr file wrltir Is a bred In the bone Democrat who has become more and more Jij the principle of tho patty the more he hit studied them Ills only Demo success and whlje m will yote for and support any nominee whom the of the n suit vent Ion unites there are li of who will d 1 d t con- K Intoxicating lot Kentucky procession ever people 1 E sefect such a tower he simply to assart pub aUirs Stat desire la tor upon pllrt apfpNlnY thousands growl trans p t pro Vi in fur say sad well rile arson recent love wth crane wisdom retort rn Y not care so touch for regularity It the nominee does nit all In a large meis ure their Idea of what ho should tw The time Is past when a Democratic nomination In Kentucky means election though it Is naturally a Dem ocratlc State In order to win we have to put up our best men those ot Irreproachable character and unqucs tloned Integrity or we will suffer hu mlltatlng defeat again Forewarned forearmed W P Walton In Lex IngtonGazelt0 heartily approve the foregoing and Insist that the best man be nom loafed not only for Governor but foi Congress and In foci for every oDlco in the people Alone In A Sew Mill At Night unmindful of dampness draft storms or cold W J Atkins worked an Night Watchman nt Uunner Springs Such exposure gave him a severe cold hat settled on hit lungs At last he I nd to glue up work He tried many re icdles but all fulled till he used Dr Kings New Dlcovery After uMng one bottle ho write I went back to work as well as ever Severn Colds stubborn Coughs inflamed throats and sore luncfi Hemorrhages Croup Whooping Cough get quick rrlbf and prompt cure from this lotions 50c and 81 00 Trial bot le free guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m MAKKSBUltr Mr Robert Fox wm at the bedside of hit grandmother Mrs Sophronla Fox of Danville who has been 111 for days Chalmers Gallagher and son John who has been with her father C M Jenkins left for Tampa Florida to Join her husband They will spend the winter there Mr Tom Chesnut Is at home again after several weeks stay at Martlns vllle for rheumatism He Is very much Improved In health Miss Mary Chesnut entertained at her home Sunday Mrs Underwood and daughter Mrs Murphy of Boyle Mr John Eiger and family have from a visit to Mrs Orsborn of Paint Lick Mr Ben Hughes and wife of Lan caster have been vl tiling Mm Mar garet Sutton Miss Bane West of Lancaster Is the guest of Mrs Woods and Mrs Salllo Fox this week Mack Elllult attended the family reunion given at the home of her Mrs Arnold at Paint Lick Mr Prowltt was here In Interest of farm week Mr William Tuggle sold to George Rubles a shoat cents per pound lie also sold a sow and pigs for 2300 Miss Georgia Dunn has returned after a days stay with Ml8 Jennie Hlgulns at Paint Lick Miss Edna Berkle spent from Friday until Sunday with Mrs Ap Price of LancasterMr Mrc Mick Moore and Mlis Lee Herring of Lexington have home after 4 short stay with friends In this vicinity Aunt Mlram Pi tars died of Infirmi ties Incident to old altO last week ai the hump of her brother Mr T I of Lt xl igtoc Her body was brought to Lancaster fur funeral last Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs Moore and MM Lee llorilig rcUtlvesof the deceased canoe with the Irs to Lancaster The meeting which began evcilng ut the Fork church Ii In progress anti Is likely tu cue issue throughout the week The preaching of Dr Gl Is simply puss gout original unit Ills clear logical reasoning of the scriptures at links U lurprUlng thero U no compromise but preaches the old tlaie docUlnes which DuptUU have held the time of the apostles JIo uses no chicanery or modern machinery with which to induce men to lain tit church Ills only weapon fa Sword of the Spirit und lu know how t wield It The attendance I ood and the order pejfect Jfe urt Ulon wplo timer I will- Ie ISIs oWe the gilt ot I ands medicine J W Mrp his lest at 6 last atoll Slice tin hll ne Ten several hire returned Dr and sitter hunch of home returned 1 erring near rein Monday w p e JJOUHNE If F Eilglngton sold a bunch shoats tj Mr Ruble of Buena Vista at 0 cent I W a Turner sold la W U Burton of Lancaster a work mute price 150 Tom Montgomery bought a twu fear old horse of Stun Raines for 9130 O R Carpentjr sold a bunch of tat hogs to Ruble at 7 cents Mlis Lucy Ledger returned Sunday after a weeks visit with MitiS Mayme Lee Marsce at Mirksbury Mrs Mllly Upton and sun Clell Junction City were visiting her daughter Job Marsee Saturday and Sunday Miss May me Grace Adams who bus been with friends hero the past month returned to Nlchilisvlllo Saturday Mr and Mrc Tom Brnaddus and children of Muksbury spout with Mr Luther Ray and family Mr J C Turner wife and daughter were with relative at Hyattsvllle Sunday Mr Noah Mir eo and family of- Murksburr attended preaching friends here Suuday Mr Thomas Montgomery anti who have been living near Bryunttt villa moved back tu Ids roan hero last week We are glad to have them back with us again Looking Ones Beat Its a womans dcllitht to look her best but pimples skin eruptions sure and bolts rob life of joy Llstcnl Buck Ions Arnica Salvo cures them makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures PI in plea Sore Eyc Cold Sores Cracked Lips Chapped Hands Try It Infallible for Piles 25c at R E McKobcrU 1m PAINT LICK lolls Lillian Cochran of Lancaster has been visiting Miss Forrest Dnnlon Misses Ethyl and Sallle Woods have returned to school at Madison at Richmond after a visit to home folks liars Misses Florence Christopher Elza Elizabeth Bryants vllle have been the guestsof tho Miss es King Ml es Mary Bulard sand Nannie Canipbelle are spending seveml days with Mrs If Rlddlebcrgor at Mr R N Beazloys Mrs Ann Robinson of Lancaster has the guest of her Mrp Jas Franli The oyster supper at Fishs Hal last Wednesday night a being well attended Several couples from Lancaster were there Mr Fish la quite tick at this writing B Extrldges Is being Invclced thh week The new linn Woods and rreudway will take posekslon next week Roy and Ethyl Estrldge Chests Motciilf and Oihndo Hucker who are vtendlngtchool at Barbourvlllo spent from Friday till Monday with their parents here Mr and Mis W F Champ and children of Lancaster spout with Mr Champs parents hereMr and Mr Juts Elkln of Versailles Mr WS GrlggH and wire of Rich mond have returned to their house after a visit to Mm I 0 Rucuer Mrs Fannie Oarrufd nnd children of itlchmond parents hero last week Mm WP Fish etiteit lined In of MM LI Han Cochran Mr JH I inton of Lexington has been of Isis blither Mr II Denton MU Kthl KitrldKO entortulnnl n number of Irlundo HslSitlurday night Misses LoulKO and Nrllle Rico und Salllu spent lout Filday In Lau caster M J D nti t- All Work Quiranteed Paint I4olt Kentucky t i e i I Qeo hum tit famI- ly Institute IRon and Urvarlt lit quite success W S The stock ot A Vlliltld her honor the guest t a Mrs Sundae unvisited been alter was goods al Thanksgiving t Woods PATRICK s1 d We Have s 6f tltnbront articles lint to onos good r tailo ittul good sonso No gift could bo moro wcl como Whatever tho sizo of your holidny np k bo very sure you cnn find1 sbnicliiing hero that will it t JAoi1mV 1 IIIIIIIi A JJ 1 1 I I I r v I r F iY I if I l I r II h j It 1ft I w l- wI r r-m 1 wy W Hundreds nl 1 cal rn mutton elleetll flea I f 1 Itlrlt AA 7 t011 t CAUTKIIHVIMK F D IMImulcr lUetl by R K Pike organ protracted muclltig lit Carters Chapel on tho 20 Mrs Urn Wyllo was the guest of Kate Allots Sunday Mlus Brunnott Arnold of Paris spent hurt week In Uartcrsvllt vlslt log her mother Mrs J A Arnold Mrs Nfirmti Roop of Richmond Mr nail Mf l L Roop of Sliver Creek were the guest of AIr and Mr 0 S hoop Sunday Our school entertainment ThankSkilvIng which n perfect success Mrs J A Arnold deserves much praise for the nice way the children were trained Mr and Mrs Add Sowdor have moved from Illinois to make this their home A Hearty Appetite Is what moat babies have but Is of no benctlt to them if they have worms lie sure your baby U nut troubled wit h them Sure sjinptoms always hun gry rings under the ejcs not gaining In weight and yellow complexion A tow dimes of WhltiH Cream Verml tUlle will expel all worms live cure and reliable 1rlce 23 cenls per bottle Sold by U E McRoberts 1m We have begun opening ChristmaS GoodS and now have nn cl ogunt display for your inspection Morrow McRoberts WANTED Highest pri je paid for Poultry FRESH JlGrOS Good Coal and Salt cheap Wanted Old Iron Bonos Metal Rubber Rev Mrs nn 11 It Is a pea 1 I our Poultryand Eggs for tiltllh I j I v assito t gore was I rrWww 1a rendy Mn 11 BL1Nortcutt Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DEMY Nuldut J B STOUUES Viet nest- S c nun J AmtCaMir- fl T Kmbrr Bookkeeper Smnl Alex U Dnnny A 0 KoblniKin John K HUirtncr S C LOHI WI Wllilnms THE F Robinson Cochran nenn J Cashier DIItEt rots D WE HAVE NOTHING EXCEPT Everything You Need FOR BUILDING Lancaster Lumber Mfg Go rjiij V i- y I rli I I k Horn vo go her and Rundown hsck wornout toes make the youngsters shoe uo quickly Try Buster Brown Shoes Extra heavy extra solid heels are what last Theres double wear in every pair LocI Rarisara Jrao= BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 250 l SHOESFOR EUt Youll Get Satisfaction Thero is More Actual Comfort n of Wliito Houo Shoes than in other shoo you could buy t tin t t because they ere built on cclcntlflc cf correct led form which means foot comfort White louto hoto fit the ken snugly without cramping and cover Isrco range cf styles ami lists Tills Rivet juct the style ho wants and c A pojiulsr price White HOUBO Shoes Vhlto SFtncr rffor Men for Voinun Kentucky Drills Vulcan Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A oomplflto line of furnlturo nntl stovoa on inatnllmout plan1- Jteat 2 lunge roil Iron 3 crimped roofing nt f21G a acjuarp We want nil your products at highest market price Becker Ballard GoB- ryantsvlllo Kentucky i lines I I everyone hlUa1 O I ff t tI1 s OA 335o3o19OO 4 d t I I Blast I I c 1 I1 II iiI te Lead While Others Follow Sale Now On In Pult I e r YtJR r 1T1IIITII1TII flTPt 1 EUuuIi U UW uiwu-r i t This Mountain of Merchandise must be turned into cash in a hurry Sale opened Thursday Deg 2nd at 830 a m H Logan Look for the Name t t T 4 i 1 r IH T I lOGAN LANCASTER KYI A Masterful Demonstra tion of Bargains going for 1O days Sale opened Des 2nd at 830 a m H T Logan Look for the Name ursd tk It It is imperative tint wo oust this mighty mountain of Merchandise which wo arc overburdened owing to the backward season and disaslrioua weather conditions which call for an uncompromising sacri prollts on Thursday December 2nd at 830 a m Wo will begin a strenuous campaign of Bargain giving which will startle the entire State of Kentucky This involves our entire stock of 6lothing Shoos Hats 6aps Furnishings Etc Facts and figures will tell the story rather than words Prices have been shattered Great chunks have been cut off the cost of the manufacturers The buying public are value seekers in every sense of the word Believe the condition of nflniis which now exists here then act quickly Profit disappears and costis lost sight of entirely A powerful persistent purpose urges us to make this sacrifice consequent ly thuro is only one remedy that is to Cut and Slash This is not a store to build up profits but a store to build up a royal corpse of friends We have paved the way this far and are constantly working with this end in view told to make this the ideal store for Men Hoys and Children The magnitude rand money saving influence we pass along to you during this sale will more than strengthen the fold the prestige and reputation house as bargain givers Look pejai Realize Rejoice When Did You Ever Read the Like Before u fico of I J V this r 1 rower 1 Mens strictly nil We ol Vdcur Sulks slat arc unusual 1000 values toiloicd and de signed under our direction These lire the bit fabrics the best tailoring the smartest fullest cut and the most advanced style young Mens garments that tooo ever bought 395 Strictly nil Wool Velour Suits unusual 12 value Here tie surplus fabrics bought un der price from n lending New England Mill tailored during dull season at considerable savings tailoring nnd trimmings arc good 12 standard 595 High giade Worsted Suits Miinrt toils of high all Wool Worsted in the new shades Ail sizes in pure worsteds in the new stripe tans grays olives blacks and blues These are tailored garments that are excellent valucsatt5 695 Mens 18 suits all the newest effects in woolens pretty tans olives and greys pre dominate also plain black and blues latest cut cut with the latest pcint pf se lection largo enough to meet men with every taste 895 Finest Australian stock pure Worsted Suits 20 nnd 22 values Fabrics of this quality ate good enough for suits higher in price The smart satin and silk stripes in various fancy chain stripe weaves will not be shown in other stores un til next Vail Models aie correct and ad vanced in style 5 95 Hngllsh weaves in flue Australian stock 25 values Here arc two grades pf serge tint you cat count yourself lucky whdi you find them in until 15 suits The jwloriug trlnnnngi arc thu best 23 standard i M jRi io SU u I hind I fashion put reult wear t tx w 1 3 j t 3 F I a4t k considerably 1 a alti t l Mens Suits Irom fabrics that are as well as exclusive including grays browns olives blues and blacks in allwool worsteds tweeds and cheviots as well as navy blue serges either pure silk lined serge or alpaca lined suits for the ultra young roan as welt as for the conservative mon 12 95 Mens 30 Suits The very highest art of readymade clothes will in this se lection Foreign fancy worsteds and cheviots in one and effects fall suits or medium weight silk or serge lined Enough here to please men in all walks of life 1490 OVERCOATS liens black and blue cheviot Overcoats as perfect in fit and wearing qualities as the very finest grades very warm and heavy Regular juice 10 now 395 Melton and Kersey overcoats warmly lined silk velvet collar tinny styles all lengths regular price 12 price 95 Were any one to tell you that at only 885 you can buy a genuine St Andrews Kersey or Pool Heaver Overcoat you might well doubt It The wonder pIt is that we have hundreds of them in all styles Regular 18 and 20 values 885 Handsome Patent and Kersey Over coats hand tailored end lined with the chore est materials The kind of garments worn by the dressers this season Regular 25 value price 10 5 This enables you to pick overcools from twenty distinct lots of 25 qualities These Overcoats come in those soft fluffy vicorous unfinished worsteds rid Kersey so plensent to touch ore cut broad shouldered and send form fitting 1lIe overcoat thnt Is so popu lar with joung 1195 he found materials Beaver best fashionable its two toncd 1 r men Cravenett Coats 100 Rain Proof Coats assorted colors values up to 15 for 595 s The best 16 Overcoat values in America heavy vicuna cloth genuine cheviot fancy or plain excellent stylish appointed Overcoat Regular price 1600 now 675 No millionaire can dress better or more sty thin in one of these 3600 black cloth OvercoJs made of imported cloth hand silk lined regular price 3500 price now 1495 URNISHINGS roc hose tic white plaits and chambry value at TSc 370 Mens fine fiose all the collars worth 9C Mens heavy cotton hose black and tan only 6c Shirts in nil colors pcrcnkjuadras plaited and neglcgcc Regular 125 value 590 Hemstitched Handkerchiefs plain and borders 150 values 30 Union made work shirts best on earth black satccuhluu chambray block and white drill regular 75c values 370 Mens Fleeced lined underwear sale price only 33C Mens Woolen Underwear worth 200 go at Mens heavy woolen w rth 500 pair only vf Mens silk embroidered only 60 15 dozen ties worth soc Birch special for this sale only ytf 80 n tailored ud 50C fancy Z Jose 17c suspc rs lien Dres Shirts extraort nary n1V Its 1 I r r per r r PANTS Mens pants of waterproof material fitting igc Mens all worsted pants in narrow stripes and plain shades for dress wear ular price 400 now 179 Mens finest quality trousers of a hand some new stripe and check guaranteed to keep perfect shape Regular 5 now 249 Childrens Clothing 3 and 4 value Childrens Suits Russian suits new models excellent worsted and cassimers knicker suits new shades in vel our cheviots and cassimers some are brok en sizes correct models 149 5 value Childrens Suits model fabrics all wool velour knicker suits correct new olive tan stone and gray shades smart new models moth and rainproof 219 7 value Childrens Suits Russion and sailor suits smart flannels worsteds and ges two pair trousers combination suits best 7 value strictly nil wool guaranteed not to fade or rip blue sage knicker suits only 485 One lot of Hays overcoats worth up to 300 go nt 980 Hat Department Mens stiff and soft hats in all colors worth 200 go nt 490 Mens Fedoros in black and pearl shades worth 3 50 fo at 149 Boys dress Hats worth 150 go at 39c The Famous Swannliats worth from 280 to loo go at to 235 per ct g Re seT 198 1111111111 y 111 111 r 1 The Worlds famous John B Stetson Hats 5 and 6 grades go during this sale Mens arid Boys caps all grades go at 390 Shoes Almost Given Away FuHy 10000 worth of high grade Shoes Rubbers anaUreT8hoes for Men Women and Children almost given away Mens Shoes in heavy london caps exten sion sole and McKay sewed worth 25o now 980 Mens Box Calf Shoes for Sunday wear all sizes worth 3 now 139 Mens Patent Colt Russian Calf and Gwn Metal Shoes worth 380 go at 198 LADIES SHOES Here is the greatest choice in the sale for 98c We offer the best Shoes on the Globe for the price is certainly equal to any 2Bo or 300 makes latest toes block styles made from colt skin and Williow Vici Kid Shoes compare with the most expensivsShoes on the market nrc going at 980 The famous Drew Shelby Shoe Ladies in the Ultra fashionable leathers and lasts worth 3 to lro all go at 189 to 325 WalkOver Shoes famous the world over 298 and 325 Nttotthelm Shoes the highest 6 and 7 graue Mens high top black and tan Shoes worth 150 to 600 all go tit 298 to 308 Rubber Boots worth up to 8300 go in this sale at M4 Childrens Shoes 750 Misses Shoes worth 250 at Sc 398 Calf oftnd for at flo to hat i 1 M 1 425 troth BEWrtREOF FRftUD Owing to the magnitude of this Gigantic S jM J unscrupulous merchants and small frys will take advantage of this extensive advertising we have done thioughout the country nud try nlul lure you In through fictitious signs Dont enter the building until you see the name above the door In big letters H T You will know then you are right U LOGAN The greiiteaHWgnin treat in tlio History of Konluolty SIlo opened Thursday Dec 2nd at 830 a m ML T LOGANJ 1 wl y t fri 33000J Worth Of High Grade Tailor Made Clothing Shoes and Furnishings for Men Boys and Children will be distributed in the homes of the people at prices that will startle the Mercantile Wc ld The final dash of our stock taking Sale I Our Guarantee Wo nsauro oaoli and every purchaser absolute satisfaction Wo guarantee every statement rondo and will take back exchange or refund the money on any pur oliaso unsatisfactory for lily reason wlwtovet Every nrtiulo anti garment in the house marked la plain fljfiU03 All transactions during this Sale CASH JL LANCASTER KENTUCKYH Loganr This Groat GiganUu Solo begun Thursday Dec 2nd at 830 a m r H T LOGAN I NOTlCGi Railroad Paid to Purchasers to th Amount of I5OO or OWr Wlth V Fiftyf7 1 I Parse Rlus Muss A HE ttt t0 a- MNAAMIlNil TOT I PUBLICWe the undersigned merchants have arranged with the Merchants Commission Advertising Co of Louisville Kentucky The largest premium concern hi this part of the country to give STAMPS with every loc you spend at our respective stores V r H T Logan Clothing and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions R E McRoberts Druggist Mrs Mijlinery v M K Denny Dentist J P Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries When you GOLD STAMPS are earning premiums which are both useful and oriiimentnl on money you have got to spend at sonic store Why not confine all your purchase at our store nnd buy your goods for less and some of the many handsome premiums given in exchange for GOLD STAMPS people have already started collecting them Hundreds of WHY NOT YOU Start today Call nt any above mentioned and see them and be convinced HK Call I GOLD Ada kinnaird Prathe ou stoland secure a saving book Premiums at f w U r r a t 3 l save f l secure 5 i J R 1 oar display 1 MERCHANTS COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO 303 Commercial Building LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W W NI U A I your Tobacco with iiUZLlY HASEL9EH We insured tobacco lost year in this and adjoining counties when other agencies could not Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 We wish to say to the public that 91 U sUaLLJ- husnt been open regular some time but will be opened every Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO HELP PUSH IT ALONG Are you tar tli advancement of Lancaster and Garrard County If H lofa the LANCASTER AND OAIUIAKD OUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION Use the blank Wow Fill It out and mall to John M Farra Ljncister Tlia membership fee lull ir will nut bo paid by members who enroll their names before December lit All members enrolled alter that date must pay one dollar membership tee In addition to dues Not necessary to remit dues until Dec 1st Sign application now and help both town and county LANCASTER and GARRARD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION APPLICATION FOR MBAWBRSHIPM- BMIIKKSIIU FEn 100 MONTHLY DUES 25ct I hereby apply fur membership In the Lancaster and Uurranl Development Association and upon nomination of my eloclbn tobecoati on June 1 of each year of my connection Absoelatlon Address Recommended by I K1 S r e 8 TIlE POX rorlUoo ot ono agree to pay with hId Signed OM r 1 EEAZLEyl 1 11 for- T r i i- rw Y 4- 1 1 r r 9 County tl r eY r fr1A i UNDERTAKER htKIII Cathy OQ Ia sad htbali lug Oyfte Ugrllle atretl rtlU LINE OP CASKETS ANU HUKIAL HOHES ALWAYS I STOCK II fir rr CONCIRNINQ WITCHCRAFT There Is no possibility of a r petl tlon In thus country ot tho witchcraft crato which more than 200 years made Salem MASS a very dangerous place for suspects Thnt oxtraordlnay delusion which led to tho hanging of many Innocent persons seems unac countable to the enlightened minds of the uresent tlmo says tho Troy Times belief In witchcraft still exists Is shown by an Incident In Duller Pa where a woman was charged by another woman n neigh bor with casting n spell over n cow and thus preventing the animal from giving milk This wee done said tho complainant through witchcraft Tho matteroffact justice of dl re garded the silly witchcraft story though he did hold tho accused for plain ordinary assault And probe bly that was as near witchcraft ns anything that happened In Salem or elsewhere Vienna II suffering from too many pigeons and the authorities aro nt a loss to know what to do to mitigate the nuisance The birds which num ber some thousands have A privileged existence nobody them In any way so that they flourish and In crease rapidly Recently so many com plaints have been received from house owners of the dirty condition of tho facades of buildings caused by the pigeons that the Vienna magistracy decided something must be done to re duce the number In their the magistracy appealed to tho Vi enna Society for tho Protection of Animals to aid them In a legal slaugh ter of the offending birds always hav lag regard however to the provisions of tho new birds protection law Tho society answered that It would be hardly consistent with their principles of friendliness toward animals to on gage In a massacre of pigeons nnd therefore they must reject the official appeal The magistracy are now wrestling with tho problem alone Perhaps the unemployed of Vienna r might help them Here Is one point on which tho Im migration laws might easily be strengthened American citizenship Is not a right but a privilege and It should be so construed says the Now York Tribune If the country offers exceptional opportunities to the strong and Intelligent of other coun tries It la worth their while to prove that they are entitled to share In these opportunities No one can find any legitimate fault with this except the criminal and the inconfpetent and the American people need consult theIr wishes only In so far as It may be desirable to find out what ther would prefer and then act to the contrary One college professor having that he can signal Mars an other Is convinced that he can talk to that planet by means of an ar tificially constructed rarefied atmos phere nut even It the last dream Is realized experiment may get another drawback by the discovery that the Martian language may be something on the order of Volapuk or Esperanto If future generations looking at womans bat of the present day should get the Idea that it was filled chiefly with brains Instead of a judl clous mixture of natural bdlr and other things they will not bo sur prised at the suffrage movement of the twentieth century An Illinois woman in a school board election Toted a bank check Instead of a ballot She did as men long havp done only the men put their checks where they could change other votes No foreign eyes were permitted to witness the ceremony of girding the sword upon the new sultaln How tho man must have groaned within himself A western college has prohibited Its students from attending theaters Meantime hazing lunching and such delightful pastimes may flourish mer rlly Dreadnoughts are now being con structed by many nations and should they ever meet In actual warfare heaven help those aboard them If the census bureau needs Investi gating now Is the time to Investigate It before the work of counting noses and false teeth begins From time to time England discov ers the affectionate railroad oc topus Is making Its embraces still more affectionate Nature dandelion exhibit Is show lag the park experts that they aro not the only landscape gardeners In the business Any hotel which Installs an aero plane garage on Its root may bo ac cursed of keeping abreast of epoch Insanity Is Increasing In Japan pos sibly as result of stqam heat and janitor service It la no longer an act of daring to wear a itraw hat Germany keeps Kngland In a state of anxiety and causes tho stolid lint to wonder whether hU country really Is the greatest thing on earth A Iioston professor Is planning balloon trip over the Atlantic Melt find a sandwich and a life preserver Valuable Accessories That Oregon man who committed murder because ho skull milk would never qualify Its u aiimniaP boarders i trrrII t t I it I t Rio Yet that molests declared that the a shut II w course perplex- Ity procedure one moving picture FIRE IS THE GREATEST FOE OF OUR WOODLANDS Often Kindled by Sparks from Railroad Locomotive and by ClearingLand 1J t rJ k tJ 1 t4 of AVV Of all tho foes which attack woodlands of North America no other Is so terrible ns fire Forest Ores spring from nanny different causes They are often kindled along rail roads by sparks from tho locomo lives Carelessness Is responsible fur many tires Settlers and farmers clearing land or burning grass nnd brush oftons allow tho fire to escape Into tho woods Some ono may drop a match or the glowing tobacco of n pipe or cigar or a hunter or prospector may neglect to extin gulch his camp fire or may build It whero It will burrow Into tho thick duff far beyond his reach to smolder for days or weeks and perhaps to break out as a destructive Ore long after ho Is gone Many fires sot for malice or rovengo and tho forest Is often burned over by huckleberry pickers to Increase the next seasons growth of berries or by tho owners the I halt burned are fully watched A sudden change ol wind may check a fire or may turn It ort In a now direction And pqrhaps threaten tho lives of tho men at work by driving It suddenly down upon them When all tho conditions are forest fires sometimes roach gigantic proportions A few such Ores have attained historic Import Ono of these It the Mlrnmlchl of 1825 It began its greatest destruction nbout one oclock In the afternoon of October 7 of that year nt a place about sixty miles abovo tho town of Newcastle on the Mtramlchl river In Now Ilrunswlck Ileforo ton oclock1 night It was 20 miles below Newcastle In nine hours It had de strayed n belt of forest 80 miles long and i5 tulles wide Over more than 3600000 acres almost ovary living thing was killed The Pcshtlfto Are of October 1171 favorable once I I Trunk Damaged by Fire t of cattle or sheep to make better pas ture for their herds There Is danger from forest fires In the dry portions of tho spring and summer but those which do most harm usually occur In tho fall At whatever time of tho year they their destructive power depends very much on the wind They cannot appear Forest After Being Swept by Fire travel against It except when burning up hill and not even then If the wind Is strong The wind may give them strength nod speed by driving them swiftly through unbiirncd Inflammable forests or It may extinguish the fierc est Ore in a tune by turning It back over Its path where Is nothing left to burn In fighting forest fires tho wind is always tho first thing to con sider find Its direction must be care FARMER REGARDS WORK AS SCIENCE Now Scndo Soon unit Daughters to tho hunt of CoHcuca Never In tho history of agriculture has there been such a forward men on tho part of the farmer and for the former oq the part of stale and nation as Is noted at tho present time Prosperity for tho last decade has been the constant companion of tho man who coh s and feeds tho nation All this good fortune that has fallen to the cause of agriculture lies not come unmerited Progress has been rondo nil along tho lino In tho various problems dealing with the tillage of tho toil and the produc tlon of bountiful crops Educationally tho farmers are not so tar behind their city cousins as one would naturally think nnd It wo tako proportionate numbers Into considera tion tho farmers aro ahead Tho ot modern civilization and tho advantage of uiitoUiito methods and conveniences are en joyed as generally by the country folk as by thoao living In the cityIt seems almost needless repetition to cite how through tho agency of the telephone rural tree delivery and In tertirban electric railway the former Isolation of the farmer front tho city has disappeared All those modern Imvo their Intlticnoo ou rural comminution for the bettor Koch year tho number of farmers sons and daughters attending our higher Institutions of learning U Growing larger Kducatlonal stalls train other walks of life either front tho wealthy or working classes Thoro U a very gout reason fun the presence of the farmers son and daughter In the halls of learning Ag- rlculturul education lieu bccoino the favorite theme with tho wldoawake farmer family and BB a result tljosii liutltujlons ar being patjonUM solv- Ing blessings almost proportion Islarger nova suving was still more severe than Mlrnmlchl It covered an area o over 2000 square miles In Wisconsin and Involved a loss In timber other property of rosily millions o dollars Between 1200 and 1600 per sons perished Including nearly hall the population of Pcehtlgo The most destructive fire of more recent years was that which started near Illnckley Minn September 1 1891 While the area burned over was less than In some other great fires the loss of life and property was very heavy Hinckloy and sh other towns wore destroyed about COO lives were lost more than 2000 persons were left destitute and the estimated loss In property of veil ous kinds was 25000000 Except for the heroic conduct of locomotive engineers and other railroad men the loss of life would have been far greaterThe means of fighting forest fires are not everywhere the same for fight a fire Is at the beginning before It has had time to spread A delay of even a very few minutes may per mit a fire that at first could easily havo been extinguished to gather headway and gftt altogether beyond controlWhen there Is but a thin covering of leaves and other waste on the ground a Ore usually cannot burn very hotly or move with much speed Tho fires In most hardwood forests ore of this kind They seldom kill largo trees but they destroy seedlings on J saplings and kill the bark of older trees In places near the ground Tho hollows foot of old chest nuts and large trees are often tho results of those which occur again and again and BO enlarge the wounds Instead of allowing them to heal almost to overflowing by students eager to make farming their Now conditions must bo met In our progressive age such OR the remarkable Increase of our population and an overIncreasing demand for farm products at high prices the rush of so many country people to live In the city Impelled by the erroneous thought that farm life Is debasing and that urban existence Is moro at tractive than the monotony of tho farm Feed for Pigs I have boon forced to depend upon my farm for my pork and have learned that plenty of rutabaga tur nips clover and ono bag of corn will put a hog through the winter then put to pasture till fall It makes good pork and at a low price There Is money In It and no need to depend upon the west for pork Editors Advice You waste too touch paper said tho editor nut how can I economize asked the writer fly writing on both sides of the paper nut you will not accept articles when they are written on both sides of the sheet No I know It but youd save pa per just the same Yonkers States Qsnoa the Superb Genoa when seen from Ihe sea rich ly deserves tho title It has acquired of tho fluperb for most of tho town being built on the tower hills of tho Mgurlan Alps thoro Is an unparalleled opportunity for tile display of archi tectural Ilesldes being celebrated for Its churches palaces Bffd pictures Genoa can boast of bray lag been the cradle of Jho banking business of tho world and oven now prom money matters aro transacted there than In any other town In Italy And to many of us If wo know noth else about It Genoa calls up pleas lug memories of a cake ns beautiful Hath suggests a bun London Chronl clet the waysbut at the other Ores I I I f nian lug and lifework THK CAUU Of THK CROW Ntt for bUekblrd U for for cutworm and I to crow Thus pans the upon I never s w wiitw unfair a division Im IMiKUdedl caw taw I gone formr thinks that w Poor caws can live on air To to the cut worm I A mi mlI y not f lr ijvft The blackbird noisy A robber for arced I why th think too should have And two to one Is Why tlo thy iMdiT I ft why tiny to earth Bo much than this lard declare this crow caw MW sew flo unfair a rtlvlilon Im DUKtidrUt caw caw caw Letter from a City Woman My Dear there only one grief hanging over mo since I loft you and that Is the fear that you do not as the old darkey observed tlnk on yor mar des You do not appreciate ydiir blessings In the life of a small the freedom from dirt alone la worth 6 much more than you can ever realize I was amused to hear you say that you needed to clean house Why I could not see a ck of dust anywhere In the town there Is no such thing as dirt as we city folks understand It And the calm which Is not stagnation by any means For you your clubs your your pleasures your drives so much that Is pleasant and profit able nut you also have quiet when you want It your ears are not assailed by strident sounds of all kinds at all hours and above and beyond all you have closer touch with nature that restful mother of us all to whoso heart we of the city rarely return Birds to sing to you grass and trees to wave and whlspor to you flowers for the picking and heavens wide view and pure silt for the breathing So remember my friend to tlnk on yet marcles tlnk on yer marches Paraffin Paper Save all that comes to the house It Is good for wrapping food to take to picnics etc It Is a bad plan to use newspapers for such purposes as the printers Ink Is poisonous and apt to be absorbed by the food WEN ABINET IE QUICK vK QUICK be quick In to 1 kindly v Do quick let on In tor row IN I IU put ne d Ut quick mjr In sic log sracloui ll Regret It hard and blttw And short Ji The word of chttrlnc lie quick MX No hop too dim to lighten Some heavy Bay not day Ill help them poor Ah lit and r flying lie quIck He quick Talks with the Cheerful Grouch A deeply rooted conviction that the world Is all wrong and icing to the deranltlon bowwows as fast aa It can Is not by any means Inconsist ent with good cheer and a lively dig position and the Cheerful Grouch poked the fire and allowed her words to bo digested without glancing the audience How can one be a grouch and at tho same time cheerful T Easily theory has nothing to do with practice one may believe that the world Is topsyturvy and yet gang her aln content to take things as they are and make the host of a bad bargain Morcy on us That Is putting a premium on pessimism The Cheerful Grouch stopped po king the fire Not at all It la only by way of encouragement to the one whose natural bent Is pessimistic I know by personal experience that ono may have such a bent and yet be gay na a lark Whats the difference I do my heat and U things go wrong forget It and she shrugged a pair of doubting shoulders Out how about the theory that Gods In his heaven alls right with the Lovely Sweet and a snap for those who aro born with the ability to see It Personally I never could quito bring myself to feel that IVory thing Is all right Indeed I think It Is often wrong and that maybe the Lord wants us to help him put things righter If that be conceit make the most of ItI and she poked the flro amid universal silence Machine Qrssse roar be removed from wash fabrics by cold rainwater and pure soap Finish Give woman the credit she de serves suffragette cried and whero would man shq Rot all the credit she wanted hed bo In the poorhouse sneered a person In the rear of the hall Stray BtorUi Bigger Yet That said Illliikers as ho gazed In astonishment at his wires new hat Is the biggest thing I ever saw Oh Just watt till get bill for M I j the one the crown the fence CaW the iJ thing famed rant former lit enough waste the I needs All round t never town II IfO r11 JLL I I Ins The the soul The gift the to The the sick I toward lilt world f His I bef- It Inn you JiJ-r frKV1IN1IZAHINIT 66 Prow the glee one tn lea ate a seed row sire mare she entertainments died I shrift message way Come cheerfully the coarse taw TATTUN TiA LtAVil 8lnc that ancient when erring Antony wandered after light love elusive tnd auspicious blonde has men aced the quiet home of demeillo It mud be assumed however that An tony know nothing of the the lloman senate was sadly All those since who have In the cup that cheers have been wiser In their generation than that New York benedict recently accused of by In tno Ing of mysteries The evl deuce was 10 patent that the guilty wretch sought no other defense than quarrel With sheer masculine strategy which li alleged to have In eluded cleaning out the house he barred tho door against hit subtle feminine half says the Washington rot Whereupon came tho airing of these things before that roost unsensl tire of persons the local magistrate a lowbrow who would not accept the testimony of a cup turned threo times slowly with a wish The bane sided with tho man of course The result achlered by such a dispensation of Justice Is not one to be desired The domestic war has subsided to feigned peace a sort of armed neu trallly Such suspicion will never die The only thing proved by It Is that men will hang together unless It be that there are those who should bar Oolong from the home Moral Uo a strainer The fortune of 5000000 which was acquired by Christopher Magee polltl clan and newspaper publisher of 1ltts burg who passed away several years ago has been released by his wifes death and will now go to the ultimate purpose for which It was devised by Its accumulator tho foundation ant maintenance of a hospital for women The Institution Is to bear the name ol the testators mother Elizabeth Steel Magee One of Its features will be department for women In distress who are to receive free treatment at all times and be asked no questions Chris Magee did not escape sharp criticism while alive but even the roost Inveterate of those who were his political enemies must admit the ex cellence of the great purpose to which be saw nt to apply his money The April fire loss In the United States and Canadn amounted to 119 345300 making an aggregate of S72 001700 for the first quarter of 1909 Compared with the two last put this shows A better state of things which It Is hoped may con tinue The fire loss for the first four months of 1BOS was 190804000 and for the corresponding period of 1907 fl42f200 A metaphysical physician now tells mothers not to punish their children for naughtiness but to play to them on the piano by way of correcting their faults Yet piano playing has been known to demoralize a whole block and develop the residents most vicious passions It seems the Irony of fate that the kaiser who believes In the complete subordination of women and the striction of their activities to the of church kitchen and children should be balked In his hopes of add lag Holland to his empire by a mere baby girl A nun drank two quarts of whisky In two hours In Philadelphia to Win of one dollar He will drink no more and his executors doubt whether the dollar will go far toward paying funeral expenses v The big universities report a In the classics and theology and some cuss without tho fear of the before his eyes arises to announce that the world must be getting better A Frenchman has bequeathed his fortune for masses for the souls of people killed by Joyriders Their sin In getting In the way must be consid ered great In Franco Edwin Markham more or less ryibmlcally and reach out your hands among the stars nut doesnt It cost 10000000 Give us an easier one He Got the Direction But recently arrived a shade bustled up to St Peter My good man said ho will you tell me where I must go to lot suuvo nlr post cards And St Peter eyeing him sourly told him whore ho could go to One Want Supplied Walter Youll find our roast goose very satisfying sir Regular Patron I dont doubt It William The lilt roast goose I tried here will satisfy me I think for tho next ten years lining mo some broiled ham William TRIM l lJ I the man I deficient I wife expert read a a f l t I lord Says Laugh I I a 1 a i e- rlime leaves else indulged nonsupport tea dreg I wcll founded a year t 1tj II let abet shortage 1 e PIN The Preacher You boys shouldnt play ball today Sunday Is day ol rest The KldsWe aint tired sir A Sitter Crop p srh m a f lluf be Pqwn In o4 Delaware huh tht girl wont tall us Tti r er w f a The no Ire I i 1 4te h summer son 4- S S Gossip About N V Arid Mention of Mm Kathleen Walter ipcntTliin giving In toslnuton Mr and Mm JamciTolten otBtai ford wero here Saturday Mm Ann nuhlnson Is In PInt vliltlnir Mm JHIIIM Francl- IlrlUo Conn of Cincinnati ipen Thankniilvlnii with homefolk Hon Jtto L Anderson of Wtsblnf ton D 0 Is hero for a tow day Dr Wm llurnett wife and datigh ter spent Hundav at Uloomllcld Ky MM Mabel Ilrownlnj of Winchei ler Is Miss Battle West Mm Klltibolti furies and ton are In Versailles vIMl Ing friends Mr and Mrs David Chcnault o Richmond aro with their daughter Mrs J W Klmorc- Mm K L Poor has returned from i stay with Mm Theodore WlntcriinlU of LouUylllo Maim Sparks of Nichol asvllle U the uucat of her cousin Munueillo Klnnalrd- MlinQeorulo tilling ber cuusln Miss Jcnnlo UlKKltis of upper Qarrard Misses WHrtla Lee and Joe Helen Merritt are viilllntf friends In Lei Inuton Mesa Lucy Francis U at homo from a to Mr and Mrr Georyo of KlchinondMm Uurnsldo entertained Friday evening In honor of a few frlcruli Miss Edna Hallow of Richmond li the ttuctuf Mln ci Lucy and Tommlc Francis Mr and Mrs ChnrlM F Denman taro returned to Nlcholasvlllo after a visit to Mr and Mm Alex West MlM Allle Yantls entertained honor of Miss lies I o Van Us of Stanford Mlwcs Miritaret and Joan Mount attended dance In Stanford week Mrs Ernest Warren has returned to her home In Mlddlcuboro after a plait II M Mil00 bier W R look entertained the Card Club Tuesday afternoon at her suburban home Mm Joe T Arnold of Richmond visited her niece Mrs W II Ward last week and Mm J F Pctlua have to their home In Springfield after a visit to 51 m McCurloy Mr Dave toll entertained In honor of Judge Hell a few friends Monday night for supper Mr and Mm Thomas R Slatln spent Thanksgiving In Danvllla with the former ilUer Mrs Nannle S Junes Mm R E McRobcrta Is at home from a several weeks visit to her Dr and Mm Ware of Hopkins vllleMm 8 H Nlckcll homo again after a visit to her parents at Carlisle havlhtr been called there by the Illuean of her father Mr John R Kelley who lived near llackloy has moved to Knoxvllle Tennessee where ho will make his fu ture home Mr R F Hudson entertained a number of gentlemen friends at a sumptuous dining on Thanksgiving at hh suburban home Miss Maymo Walter was In Lexing ton last week to see her ulster Miss Kllffl Walter who ls a student at 8 Business College Mm H A II Marksbury who has been vl ltlng her daughters Mesdames Howard Rice of Richmond Ind JumeiHtaughton Covlngton return ed home last week Mrs Samuel Hascldcn and little aonsJ R and Sumuel Duncan Haul den left Tuesday to vl lt Mm Hosel dens parents Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan of School Note The school resumed work again on Monday morning after having spent holidays very pleas Bin If Miss Mason visited hours at Richmond Miss Urashear went to for stay with Miss Robinson who formerly taught here A hrgu number of patrons and friends of the school wore present at tlio exercises given on Wednesday af ternoon Mm MoNoes a member of tho cUsH of 1003 of the Lancaster Graded School was with ui Monday morning Frank Tinder Charlie Dunn late HolUolaw and Qua Dunn are the leaders of their respective sec duns for the fret quarter In the con test for the medal offered to tho group making tho highest scholarship aver age of Will Ulce Amon was overlooked In making out the Honor Roll for the fret quarter The Association for Lancaster District meets at the Graded School building Oil Saturday December fourth at two oclock It U hoped that the teachers of this District can be present UrldgMCh lrwi Ii to fi J- t CotIIIn by The Art lIIttIIled 12 rt Lick I the little Sallie bUll t it hit Ball Ink her cowin v the Suwn one nlllht last t Mr and Mr II W U parent j i I I Nl llllulJle I the I a PI rtt I IIIteml I all W le- A the sal Gohil Ws In- e t 1 gucstof Mesa Dunn la i da Mil returned y iota s hat 0 rhankagiring I I b i ante a Then r j I p f General News The Court of Appeals artlrmcd life sentence against Beach llargl and ho must servo for life Turn Qallaghor 13 years of site wagon load of policemen had surrounded the Lafayotta Yank I St Louis confessed that he with boy had planned to rob th bank LenS Uufus LUIpwli lent week receivers fc the Burley Tobacco Societys pools ci 1000 and 1007 took charge at Lazing Ion of time unexpended fund of 430100 remaining In tho pools Denial U mode by the Nicaragua legation at Washington tiatprcsldcn Xelaya U about to leave that countr result of tho revolution ho now facer The legal Ion says It U In dall communication with Managua President Taft has begun dlctalloi annual mcusge to Congress Will be busily engaged at that task the next tow Ho expects to the work and have It In hands of the public printer this week On criminal charges resulting from time relations of extensive underwrlgh Ing frauds on tho docks of the Anwl can Sugar Refining Company In Wll llamsburit N Y alx former cmployei of that company were placed on In tho United States Circuit Court ff w York City Dispatches to Duns Review Indl caw that progress In omo lines ol business Is si III hindered by the recent warm weather but oMdo from this temporary drawback all signs point tiady expansion In both production consumption It was announced at Lexington that the executive committee of thin Amerl Tubacco Company would consider Ion made by tho Burley organization for time sale ol 120000000 pounds of tobacco of the 1009 pooled crop to the company Dr Frederick A Cook has dlsap from public view and but one roan Charles Wake of New York where tho Attic explorer Is at ircsent Reports that ho had tailed Europe and Havana wera denied efforts to fad him havo proved inavalllng Mr Wnke confirmed ru that Dr Cook was In a state bordering on nervous collapse and said was taking a much needed rest Walter Wellmanwho filled to reach North IMe by the balloon route a review of Cooks and Pearys claims of the discovery of tho polo haractcrirss Dr Cooks story lOlfovldcnl and even deliberated Im Wellman In his says that Pearys narrative of the Ii credible In every particular Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin a statement to the nrmbcrs of the 1000 and 100 flunky tobacco pools appealing to them to allow any money they have In the treasury to remain there tp promote Interests of growers In the Course of the addreis he said that the Members of the pool have received money they are entitled to and lots be men not curs Rich Gift Ar Poor beside I his I want to go on record as aylng that I regard Klectrlc Hitters of the greatest gifts that God made to woman wiltcs Mm O Uilnevault of Vestal Center N Y I can never forgot what It has done or me glcnousinedhlncgives i woman buoyant spirits vigor of body jubilant health It quickly curia Nervousness Sleeplessnens Melan choly Headacho Uackuchc Fainting Dizzy Spoils soon builds up the week ailing and sickly Try them 0c at R E McRoberts 1m UUENA VISTA James I Hamilton and wife of Lan aster spent Sunday with relatives hoar here Char Scott and family Van Ars havo been visiting J W Scott wife Miss Miry Skinner spent the with a school nato at Bpilny Station MIis Florence Christopher spent hankiulvlng with the family of King at Lowell and attended time ystcr supper at Paint Lick Wednes night Mr and Mrs Ed Ballard vUltcd the smile of J J Poor last week Miss Alice Scott came home for hanksulvlug She was accompanied her cousin Mlsa Margaret Chris other of South Elkhorn Archie Skinner while assisting In allnu a tree last Saturday had tho lUfortuno to have the second linger n his right hand severed It was neo ssary to amputate It near the hand loyd M Jim fcTnpson Is reported very Ick from erysopulur Mr John Ray has hh eye en rely from a small rock flying In It Miss Llda Raney entertained a num of friends very pleasantly Sunday Whlttikerls visiting her later Mrs Hall Montgomery of la Illckman The MiMes llurton of Jessamin are Ulllng their cousin Mlsa Hallo Sebas on Miss Mimi Walker of McQreary Is Ibltlng Kirby Tester Born to the wife of Mr Qeamo agltl IMoundOlty fAints vay t cat R naldwln and were appolul d and tom complete the trial In to and can a pro 1 tobacco knows fur and that lme In asIa posture anal I cover hued the the Men rune has and and dell tad IhankllllYlulC holidays lay lAt LIt her pult u ovl b tim turgid after another Iii his days paired more the die adds lY- e ray 4 Jar Mrs 051a sister Mrs U atrale slof bwt1 VOA Ji ofmNe From Comrade To Oomrada The following loltir was recilyc after n notice of time dinner given I the Confederate Veterans by T 1 Hoblriiion at the KcngarUn was CUrksvllle Tcnn Nov 21 1001 Mr Joe II Arnold Lancaster Ky My ddar Comrades Time enclosed clipping U tho first have heard from you for years an brings mo back to memories of th sixties It Is a great pleasure to mo to or see anyone honoring my dear ol comrade It has been one of my gree pleasures to give and contilbuto t pleasure ot the C S who answered t time last call of tho roll those atlek to time finish They Were truo men and worthy o all honors they aro Thoroughbred and run time taco from end to Kentucky la tho home of thorough broils and It Is right that they should them No mungrel blood courses through veins of the boys that surrendered Leo JohnstonKlrby Smith Fo Duke and others of those who re calved their parole from prison I remember In my school days i In our reader that run thus which I think Is applicable and quote memory Time mongrel hold wll but only crowbars loose time Bull Dug grip Personally In the battle of lift have captured my share of the spoil though I have been burned by night riders and on the account if their depredation my factory has greatly depreciated so that jiy Individual losses from that cause s fully I30000 I have left suflkctit to give mi moms better than old soldier rare and a little to help less fortunate lomradf who have not boon able U capture their share of time spoils Ir lifes battle Jack three years ago crossed tho rh r and Is In the shsdeawaltlni rest of his comrades to cross over Remember me to your brother Den and others of Yours faithfully T D LUCKKTT Hr Heart Broken because her complexion was bad cared find nothing to clear It ur a bad complexion Is caused Inactive liver An Inactive liver be put In perfect condition by aklng Mallards Herblno The liver regulator Sold by R E IcRoberts 1m THE 1A1Y PRINCESS A nation U plight forlorn b in und kjr Who unto them li hors Within Its tiny anger It nktloni lire It flrnt cry w Or freedom from were strife Upon this Infant I axed a Thrice welcomed I It coming A blessing and a prltt So tiny and o helpless It tale To bar foreign ruler Protector or yet only on scale mlxhty This babe I different From other human bable From Gods own Heaven lent their tiny nnjter Round human heart curled Which make them protector Heal rulers or world Lighting the Fire A fire broke out one night In one if the smaller towns of Massachusetts whereupon Its nowlyequlpped fire do artmcnt composed of volunteers was called on to show what It could do Only one lantern could be found smoke was pouring out ot the building and tho night was dark FInally a small tongue of fire and a cheer went up as the Bremen turned the hose In that dlrco line At this moment the captain cried Look out what youre doln hero Keep that water ort that Its only light weve got to put out the Ire lJpplncotts Revised Version Simplex MU Cashlelgh me three times during the last month of leap year but I couldnt flake up my mind to accept her Hammerton What Is she worth Simplex Nearly half u million Well all that Ive got o say II that n tool and another fools Donny aro hard to unite True to Training Generous Lady Here my little boy know you aro hungry for a box of thee animal crackers Uoy Much obliged lady but my elks Is vegetarians Judge Sen of the Soil Say queried the nextdoor what wore you thrashing your for last night Wild oats answered time old man a twinkle In his ort eye wits Cured Him Patience letting married stopped li stammering Patrice How Ills wife wont let him open hit nowl Yonkem Statesman In Chicago Mrs Dearborn I tumbled up the alri today Mrs Wabaih Well thata the sign oull not get divorced this year onkeri Statesman Sarcastic If I were you I wouldnt be a fool True replied Dlggs complacently The unfortunate part of It II that you re yourself The Circle Public Sale Having icld my farm I will on Decembar 20 sell to the lo er aUtf my stock arming tools nd leasehold goods W341 Pd JJT fUney I publish I hear that end honor the wIth ell placo from slip I sod out lave the Lou Co O W and die Ladles ban will liD rejoicing from hold taint newborn eyes Yet the the tale or test home r the appeared out the proposed- to law I neighbor lea with loT month DIn Tues day property still ecu Thy v the baby the prom nations begins Its tie the bye FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN 00 to Irutjiors for fresh sn TV 1232 Omit lino gopds wilt Sat at tho lOc sto gocs f We want yjju at our atoo Si urdi fill yf uKgrocery We will sell the pest patent flour for cash me your produce 1 pay brlcesnams frei Hill at have r cclvpd load otfurnlturo tho price 121 1 1 We will older for Rtlo at our Lexington our 10 MM Jacob Joseph now have on dUplay my In odd plecb goods hand gain Isurfnd now ilofX Ijr i iin Attentlonl Ferriage will Jbe sold t too Con coat from my wane drlvlng Orchard plk S iturda Finder ivyWell 10F Dr W N will tTiclr eves tested na this will b trip this year For Sale for sale our dwelling house store room This Is one 1rf Hyattnltle Ky Sure Enough Cost More for your at Powells of the sales All shoes at nouuh cost All under wear at cost I6c per package soda 3 for 10 wll have a large line of drutauier samples on Dec0 will sellat cost rake all In jill are 10 to 21good chi at than howherk In This Is no secret ho all know It Buy at Powdls A to sell store and goods all togetb r or separately Trade never less ban 20000 a year a32t C D Powell TILES Mr John McCulley who has sick we arculad to report Is I in roving Cape Vincent bought a nice horse row hunk Masters for 125- Mr Wylie Button and handsome hlldren vltlted Mrs William Stott week We are sorry to report that Mrs Is very Ick Leak Moberley recently bought i young horse from Ray Tester 140 Raymond Davis sold a milk cow to Comley Jessamine for 30 Tobacco stripping Is about over li his vicinity The stork has again made a visit community and gladdened tin ot Floyd Humphrey by leav ng a charming lit le girl Nov 23 Louts Teater U very low with pneu lonla Nelco Davli bought a milk cow from Mlles fur 50 Stung For IB Years iy Indigestions pangs trying many and 20000 worth of medicine n vain B F Ayscue of Inglealde I C at lust used Dr Kings New lfo Pills and writes they wholly him They euro Constipation Headache Stomach LIver Kidney and Bowel troubles 5o at R E McRoberts 1m TEATKH8YIUE Mr Creed H Simpson Attend ig school at Nlcholttsvllla spent uankRglvIng vt h the homefolks James R Pierce of Lancaster his father Curtis Pierce Nat lotion of Klrkr Illo wore the pleasent of Mr Cotton and wife last week Mrs Margaret Anderson of Mercer aunty U the guest of N K Bogle nd family Mr Robot Kmbry and wife wore guests of M and Mrs Wm tilmj jn last Thursday Mr E4 Ross spent several days last reek hunting quail In locality II Ray fron the Central Kentucky Tqbacco Warehouse at Lex igton Thursday He repoiU sales re the best of time season You KJJL1Ura Xmas n Iff U 1Te 1232t 1 Ibs ltltnflulatedu c lllycurroII 32t Decom 1h Let or next week A w meat 123 JP Son Jor time 30 cla J A232t Url If the best b tter dil bones o Ious 2t apr deuce t use hold a d k When Sotur day De nber 18th I chin ed tree river II nil IRceo trlll rat y WarelruU Lexington 123t Lost Brown striped n pri Crab 1 last plea nutiq Porte Lancaster Phone It pd at ve offer and oJ time best I Garrnrd COU1l1y tor- bUllnesI Co d liar than it sure notions and ArbuellucolJee always also I per CtU 1o Own men I ts your Chrlstma Moods Iso want been very last r D- Ray nice for Owen to our home A C ducts cured visited last Thmura day Mr and flee the Eo i w n V w meat f bt Ward flog coo b uri W and la e tGs r Prator k not cl pdrrcys umostrelght thin n bottom pal d furnlt re lm t and times 1 over ontuck t Icat t while t Cn oculist time Iengarla hotel Tu day cc 7 Thus who aye not su p u tliemn- selve Sr glasses slmuu not fall le have his last ion jT- ime efuthernMercdn le any per wells whams guests lain 1 1KKAUJIEUHVILLK Horn to time wife at Josh Jonec twinsMrs Fado Parks and children visit ed Mrs J M Lunsford W II Cummins bought a lot of corn of J M Lunnford at 2 C- OAlllo Stay tho little daughter of Mr and Mrr Logan Thompson Is quite III of double pneumonia- Mr and T W Jones of Stan visited at tho homo of Mr and M Cress MUuSirah Howard tie teacher ot time Hobbs school visited her pupil halo Miss Adclla Lawrence Thanks givingMr Mm J F Shaw and Mr D J Rlgabv and wife arid niece Miss Hcttlo Rlgsby were guests of Mr and MM J M Lunsford Ruby Purrlsh little daughter of Mr and Mrs Pevton Parrish was very severely hurt by a nail In a secsaw ward coming down and striking her headMr Parks is getting some bet ter with hh burned hands Mrs Parks Is running time mill while her husband Incapacitated and U quite as good a miller as ho Is Mr J F Payne our good has sold hU home here to D Carpenter for 1200 We hope Mr Payne will conclude to still make our burg Ills home He Is a one blacksmith and a line citizen Your c correspondent spent Thanks giving with Mr and Mrs J M Lunf ford Their hospitable board was luuudantly spread with all the dell aclcsof the season and cake and delectable dainties afforded a des tart Ill for a regal banquet Mrs Lutmford besides being a most agree able hostess Is quite an expert In all natters pertaining to the culinary de mtment We enjoyed the occasion Immensely and wish them many returns of the day Wanted Egos Cgge It you want eggs give your fowls Bourbon Etfg Producer This prepara Jon Is a natural condition powder for aylng tiers which acts gently on the llgostlve and eggproducing organs old makes them lay amazingly Try t and see Sold by J R Mount Co BIT HElillON The farmers have taken advantage f the beautiful weather and most of ho corn has been gathered and Is sol log from 230 to 250 per barrel Rev J I WIIN of Wllllamstown a hunting expedition In this Mr H A Dumas sold his farm of 0 acres to Messrs Willie and Ed Grow ut 50 per acre Mr A 0 Montgomery has moved to farm recently purchased from J I VanderpoolMr Montgomery sold to ticlmtd M trtlu of Danvlle a cow at IG per pound Mr Thomas Montgomery Sr and tmlly moved to their place here from Brrantsvlllo last week Mr Montgomery Jr and wife also moved near lock No 8 Mr Samuel Duncan bought of Mr larrlson Dean some shoats at 300 er head Mr and Mrs Philip McMillan of Doyle were with relatives here rday and Sunday Mr Uriah Dunn and wife of Burgtn pent Thanksgiving with their uncle Ir Dennis Scott Miss Mollle Crawford ot Buena was with Mrs Sam Duncan unday Mr T W Bradshaw ot McCreary nd daughter Mrs John Curd of iurnln attended preaching at this Sunday and were the guests of Ir and Mrs Edd Urow Miss Gertrude McCreary of Stone the pleasant guest of Muss May cult from Friday until Monday REPORT OF THE CONDITION BANK K80URCE- 8mi and Hicouuti I1S4TM Tl rdrau ecure tan lunicourcdi I 8 HouiU circulation i MOOO 00 eto SJMDO- OukluKbouielirnlturtaudRiturci 7000 00 ulrom NHIIOUN J JJO M 1 lit 0 vui g uotoi Fund lib U K itoek rpluiluud i 16000000 JOOOOO- OIT TOHM 10 lUnkt STM 3d i to Private llauki lunkort 1M7N- llvlJu lilu o IH ok 3T 7t ll i j iilo ot l ei o borrowed 10000 00 Mn 111 M XTVCIYCOWHTTOrQi lli OHt VDSMMVCaiuUr My Oomniluloneii ire A u Ko i ii Mrs Mrs J I other I local- Ity his i near r I Sat I Vista place was N A T ION A L No1103lO- F LANOA8TE9K AT U to curs ne W It IcO U 2 I 00 ul LAwrUL II Specie 1 W 8 T u uror o u allQ NIIII r k lii lId ur 111011 for Taxes Total I O or weaf lb loon I 101110 m u4 btlle s PI IIIlb- df Wc II a Dun L forth ado blacksmith Mr- S number haply k ism Coos 0PTna Close Ba ss ov 16 190de ant 1 uelrowY1sfq erregou YOtIT otnsol ey hall ks ractlouamprrreu- e ors Mot nlro rt 5too 00 Total I j4 42504l656- 1t u1LITl paid Not elite and subject t0 I u w mile B Cashier lid above kdosole true uo1t1111 Subscrlbedand sworn abet of Nov 50U I nor o lp411a y0lyrp JEALi pltotW6 THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOHIOKATEI Uunutintcr Ky Capital Stock 5000000 U K McRODIJRTS Prest J C Bubauks i Vice Pre K L Burton 2 Vice Ircs- J W ItLMORK Cashier D V Ttnni R I Klkln Book Keeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank Get your wife a Majestic Range- For an Xmas Gift See our Moors Air Tight Heaters the Best Heating Stove Made Usk Turkey Roasters Aluminum pooking Ware Rogers Silverware Knives Forks Spoons Etc See our line of Sausage Mills and Meat Choppers Pole do Cookers Custom and Keen Cutter Scissors Get our prices on PAINT Buggy Harness at reduced prices J R MOUNT GO V IT 00- I t A Ut C ffilllr lrw lOOj1JmUi I1111 I ID lJ it ill it ill ID m 1Iii oo L- f i i t y shier t et1 I I Il jy IE r J I fg r I J J PresIdent IYALgau 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catalog I A splendid repertoire to choose from and we ore adding to it right along Hurt Lancaster Indestructible igrow- ing PeG e Farm and squire J f lluurne to McfJood win Danville harness 1175 J V Adam to Jcsso Foi 200 pound huge ut I and ten 8fi Ib shoat at IO Jttmcs Turner bought of H E Cot der liU brick storeroom residence and coal yards on Campbell street for I4 GOO Ef P Halloy sold bis farm of 82 acres night miles from Georgetown on the Frankfort pike to Ed Hurst for 155 per acre Brooks sale two miles West of Bryantsvlle the farm wee taken down at 54 per acre Mules brought 1135 to I13 Benjamin lIam bought of James Turner his residence and 53 acrea of land 3t mites from the Rich mond road for 13000 s For rocj srusber In A red heifer abo 350 lb er pleas 0 O Carpenter Hmtonvllle Kv has sold to Dr Wlnneger of Hot Springs Ark for 1250 00 the two saddle mares Flora Leo and Florence Nightingale Both were sired by Dignity Dare 1882 he by Chester Dire to Land For Sal land well well watyd on J E Robinson Horace and Mules Wantetf Any one having bonesor mutes buy them any tl fe stud v blgbest mark The closing out sale of St Lambert Jersey oatle by the Crawford Broth ers of Lebanon Ky was a great suc from every point of view The average price for the entire herd sold was 103 the fortyseven head bring ing 9290 To Dealer InCattl For grazing and feeding cattle All on or place your orders with S A Stock Yard O Park who ence In tilling TJrderson this market Please address all communications to W O Park Kansas City Stock Yards 10MOt Fruit Tr Information No more spraying trees If you use Grimes Insect Powder By a long careful study I have pej reeled a powder appllecKto worms insects aM titlon all C T Grimes 400KJ or write him at This Is the time of year to pay at tention to your tree Pd1234 0 T Grimes The great obstacle to profit In the dairy Industry Is the difficulty of as sembling a herd of cows that will av erage above One hindrance to secceuful dairying Is to allow the cows to go dry too long before freshen ing A good cow bhould give milk at least ten months In the year to be a profitable member of the herd Some cows have such a strong Inclination to flow of milk that It h difficult to dry them off before freshen At least an Interval of eight weeks should be allotted a cow to go dry before freshening to give the animal rest and allow her to recuperate strength for material functions While the cow Is dry she should not be fed corn or heating rations to force her Into too high condition Before freshening a ration principally of protetue that will build up tissues Is that the animal maybe vigorous when she resumes her material funct ions Box stalls should be provided for them when ttey are expected to drop a calf Fur a few days after freshening cows should be protected from cold drafta and not allowed to drink Ice water mashes should be given and a mild physic adminis tered the day before the arrival of the calf FINE FARM IK UAKKAKD COUNTY FOR SALE A slue gnu la nil illutttd ou falut L rytll and its mile il r couiilulugSW crilo t 4 In Jb lug put ol Ib Join W lkr f wiib bindioia new Iwo tor7 T nroaui rml l uc ibtrvou with Dtctoivjr luj ow buss 40i0 W sic Ullluj tprlosi In band Ultnc on and two r Irora day ol its per t luUrnt until paid rruu looking for iu bpUcvl MM W O WALKKHBUolord Ky flw Correct Tim to stop a or cold Is just a soon as will be o dUller u paeuuaoBW or Just fowdos lore hound Syrup uuen at the start will plug on fiMgiaetlue the Irwtttaeot will be loiiver but the cute to sure by K K MoRobcrti lu I Stock of a borne fur lull eight At Felt town on SaleA Ish 8 to r WI tra fur stock ulChesS I cell Cquper Commission Kane ful se ct n for whatyouwa Lwlbemad b urW ad 27 ye elperl the muscular desirable I 0 Lar wIll good Ira out WI sod n ugtbiough b taP cough It ftlrt4 1m1 Here lit of U I It has beau pout a 1eI i I said 7 f II uod- condiVo will per day ply to- a obroad cal weighing and hay g a white back ft my plc abo two weeks o Ind 1 ty CephusMu Point Leavell y t i f One hundred an ftr acres of oud i Impru d good to fu miles f rifle I s at a barga Call on 1I sell will profit by seei me as I Ill the W B Burton La ter Ky k f City Ac fruit th when the rootsof fruit eea will k al atop Sanl scale It is pert tly rmless v Anyone w b the powd Lancaster J medl sere a they i Warm i sue rum sew elk near south 1 nets a r ail Ildhee good red never crick Thus salt bearing wrier I i Mallards atop Isl 11 run 4 this httdlngU for etch sire ale eilt fi nud li th of itoek train and snob Ihltifl farm M Urmir cannot afford to id ei No nolle will b our and will b only la two Issues IUCOKD ol chart Fon SALK 3 good short horn bulls O T Lrtyton I have 14 good hemp brakes for W G Gooch I have some young white Plymouth Rock roosters for sale J T Henry I hate 25 extra good home steers fur sale Phooe 312 J J R Row 1 have 12 hemp brakes In good that 1 will sell fur 25 II K Herndon For Sale 8 C Minorca cockerel Notthrupp strain Address Mrs G P Terrill phone 150 Lancaster Ky I have 150 actes of stalk and land to rent for grazing J M Farra TO SAVE TIME When your Tobacco is to deliver to Tobacco save trouble Positively no tobacco re ceived on Saturday unless i was left over from Friday J A Mingua Co SlONK Mrs Walter Payne has been very sick the past week with Lagrlpp Mrs Irene Preston Is on the sick list this week Miss Nettle Hunter who fell and broke her arm about two weeks ago Improving slowly Jim Sanders bought of Edd Nayloi one calf for 1050 Mr Jim Parks bought a bunch ol hogs from Mr George McQuerry al 11 cta per pound Miss Beattlce Sanders spent last week with her aunt Mrs Sallle San ders of Hyattsvllle Mrs Emma Posey spending days with her sister Mrs Joe HicksMrs Charlie Hamm of Hyattsvllle was the guest of her shier Mrs Viola Fayne last week moth Miry Snydet of Paint Lick Saturday night and Sunday Mils GerUude McQueary of Jessa mine spent from Friday untl Monda with Miss Mie Scottof Bourne Mr and Mrs C S Sanders and visited her grand father Mr Marlon Long of Madison Mrs Herbert Fulger of Somerset Is the guest of her liter Mrs Walter FayneMrs Olle Whltaker and children 01 Loyd spent several days with her sis ter Mrs B Montgomery- Mr Lotle Raney Is the guest of hi1 uncle Mr Wolford Raney of La Grange Ky Mr and Mrs Jess Sanders and chll dren of Judson spent last Sunday with Mrs Mary A Sanderc Miss Maud Mitchell of Judsonspenl Sunday with Mlia Lula B A T Sanders Is at Crab Orchard for a months htty Mr Maurice Thompson and wife were the guests of her mother Mrs A B tirown near Lancaster Saturday and Sunday Mrs Llge McMllllon spent last Fit day night with her father Mr John Ray of Loyd Mr Charlie Anderson and son of Nlcbolasvllle were the guests of Mr George Anderson Sunday night Mr and Mrs CrutcbBeld spent Sunday with Mr and John Sag rcy of Jessamine ME STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS lecrmtwrl Hoi Hbcep eelpt lUll tJbl M Shipment 9V I W CATTLE Bblppcn i 7KB C 7 Uf700- olcb rit r tstra 1 MO 6 10- ood to obole ft 10917- omtaon lo fair SIOA4 tt- lel ri itr ft 8XJ6 M- loodtoebole 4 ftOOOM lo I7V94M lain MX 4 13 1 M 0 l tocholc IWO4Uo- minon lo air I iOJ I M- annr t 7MII 71 balocnaa IIU9IIOi 4lbulli WJ476- OALYCIIitu U Irtoiood TOOtai- PomoionndUrs H 4 Wtttlt I yoail W Hud kn M I IM 60007H Common to Ul I Ores 7 71 iblppin III 110 tndUiil flCOi87 HIIRBriHUt 4 4034 W- oodloebolc I 794 H LAUMiciIra 7M- ood tocbolce eiKMU- o Moaof lr 40oa bscilbe for Recofd j tIo JH toy t1pac our all the of free sale rated condition gram ready th Lancaster Ware ouso call phone 38 o se if it can be handled t at ny nd Snyder d her er children L M Common COW II Lairs fll It II q all LIb T 7o45 00 GO CI to Su r 7 see LAKMERS COLUMJ below the of farmer for sale the accepted four line the This will time several Mlaa Alice visit Mrr Mrs Cattle naura 6 fair nn w r bulls IIOOR good packer and butober r choice berry owe Comraoalofstr 1QOtat60 o r 1 MONTH WITH EVERY New i A 9 FREE SUB SCRIP THE CENTRAL RECORD The r Next I 30 Days r LONE H TIUN- To For We sell the best Straight Greek 1 Sets per bushel Henley V Bastin at the Creamery 10 III J JI dn IIt I f 00 zI nto rat Pol l Swz a p14g49a1ih4llpStlf3a14aty3taltr t r t- L C C t r n t3 tI1 Ri4tPOAaMaOaQtatu 0aS11 dSOSISAStiSldSttrSdS7hlS4SkASSA u IN THE Long Run it pays to buy a good Flour Buy GOLD MEDAL 650 per barrel 350 per half barrel Try a barrel BANKS HUDSON A v iv J ou wan A 06 A 1Uhen I ENGRAVED The RECORD COlouisvilleK 4 Gil MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality E1TREW v X88 RC URTS seer owrcu THE FUTURE OP FLIGHT The convalescent aviator his crutches at hs side sat In a wheeled chair on the beach Man already In his primitive aero plane flies 60 times better than the bird he said Think how hell fly In 1116 U 1125 Ui SOOOI A bird U fllcht puts forth a tenth of onehorsepower that Is all Its strength Mans primitive aero plane In which no single man bat yet flown In the aggregate more than a dozen hours or so puta forth for every 12 pounds of Us weight 414 horsepower It Is 60 times stronger than a bird- Man flying a yew hours already beats the bird times What will he do when he has been flying a century Why hell go round the world In 14 hours Hell girdle the globe In eternal sunshine with the sun There will be aeroplane sanitari urns In those days wherein men tak lug the suncure will keep up with the great luminary la his course and on those blessed people will pour always day and night the most brilliant morn Ing sunshine NO TIME TO LORE 60 12 pound over Is your mistress at asked the lady at the door No maam Do you eii et her soon She ought to be some any minute Here hurry I Take my card and b sure to her Mrs JtnnUon called END Yd MR WORK TO THE CINJUeM RIOOAD OFFIOB Row homer till VISITING CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS STATIONERY Dout Be Hopeless about yourself when youre cripple wltn rheumatism or alllT Joints o course youve tiled lots of llilnifH they failed Try Mallards Snow Lin will drive away all aches pains and stiffness and leave you HI well as you ever were Sold by E 1m Tain much use 0 arKiiln sail Uncle Eben If youd tuMt1 to man dot has mo sense dun you d bes li to keep an listen An It youn to dat aint got as much sense as you has yous wastln vuh time tryln ti pros education TO INLAND AUSTRALIA FOR YOUR IIEALTI Round Trip Only 1 It you a catarrh asthma or fever sufferer what would you say I the above offer was made to you How would you like to K to mountainous forests of plno uud cucu lypt us where catarrh and asthma eiisth Where people du uot haY to hawk every won lag U out the lump of mucoubV Where the heating antiseptic balsams purlf the air and kill all germ You cant KU this Ideal spot of course You havont time and illy nut money lint you can fur 1 bring balsamic air from these forests right to home you can kill of cilurrh at home without 1wlntf a mlnuleH Jimp Ask U R MllloborU about llyomol the euro Get nil nuttlt which Includes Inhaler for 1 breathe the same air that you would Hnd In Australia and If It dues nut heal the raw membrane and turn you of catarrh imulll s cough ad or astlmma you eau Lave your money back MIONACures It rellovcfl stomach ml ry sour stoic eo K or money bark IMTQ Us c Mil 60 Eiutfgutts w all towua and ImentIt a kin do quiet t Ilk I amlle lure IIH- WlUlhlllKtUII are hay tile donor t I pOll Ills heuihig Australian neh cures dl f o Imo thingyou on Star toll disgusting your lie germs dry air tit r f WANTED A TOOTHBRUSH Uncle Dnnlel Dewberry wandered around the big department store Idly vnlclilnK the scintillating colors ol the olcctrto fountain Well sir said the clerk suavely what can I do for I want ft toothbrush begun Uncle Ihinlol and then before ho could any more the clerk was tumbling down boxes like circus tents at o one nliilit itnnd Yci sir You want the latest 1nrlilan Importation with the remov able handle No bubi 1 Ah I BOO You want the Japanese special Antlioptlo bristles No I Alt how stupid of mot You want a toothbrush for the madam Will you Oh for the baby chT Well heros a peAch The Baby Grand Wo Undo Dnntol brought his horny flit down on the counter Young man he thundered let mo nay ft word I want a toothbrush for our old cow These paitourltcd hy gienic nntlioptlo dairies are using them and wo want to be up to dato too bo Roshl And then the clerk collapsed LOOKED VERY LIKELY z r I any EItP 1 you please She I believe I taw Capt CarpOOler on the Lens this morning Ho Dont think I heard hoi just left for India She I think It was he lie was go lag Into the bar of the Waldorf He Aw cr well phapi youre right The Melodrama I to drive dull Raid the liernlnr and for run Tim villain hl fl lli lucky thins Dull car know how to run Much wore It mlTst be bad to bo married to woman who talks In her sleep Not 10 bad na It la to be married to n woman and talk In your yourself Interested Sir I want to tell you about greatest fraud of the age Whats the matter Did teal second Women Womei woe seller frog female allacRls Ircqieilly neileel their treble till a general brcalHlawaloIleivs DORI walt till year case Is as bad as diallake Cartel la lime a sale reliable caidieIw all women care Away A a the f i I I I Ills poi sing deep somebody w I Take =CARDUI Mrs Pierce Fla tried Cardul and alter ward wrote erer from all sorts ol it had pals la my side drawing pains la Ml had shortness el breath 1 svliered tar years Ul husband ca my trying Cardil The first gave me relief and w I am well Try Cardul help yM COUCH AND CURE THI LUNGS Dr Kings New I Rena tare I I was sale trouble I I KILL THE WITH Discovery el asata pn E42 FOR C8 Br PRICE 00 tTrial tree OK MONEY RBgUMOKP K U McRoberta Drug Sore AND ALL THROAT ANDlUNlnOUBlES- DTAUANTKJCD fi1ATI IlA OY wFII1Hieki Vermi THE U1R1NIEEO WORM REMEDY THE CllltORENS PAVOIJITE r trc or H4lf TlONi Liniment C MolloborU Drug Store II Y I- TDJlhJfJ nOw lGtlt rtq TONIC Tarsntue0 rsteaa19 6tz i I POSTEDTlioundorslitncri Hereby give to nil persons not to trespass Upon our InniM for any purposo wlmtotr its wo will proiucute nil offenders to fullest extent of tlio law Hunters and Fishermen especially luko notice Jim M Inrra quire It Parsons W 8 ItrKUion Price I Kllorrliitf W A Price NYHHmbiy H L Klcll KUIn Prtvo TliomrHOn J W Sweeney BTIIIco Mm llubcccu Went Mrs R R Daniels DHAiidcrMin Arnold H M DuncnnShop for Hot and Clean Towels and 81 orllied Ksunr ffeiptrM tB ourtr de Hid we to clay old reliable Iliibor with SJ Icurtol i rlenc i ctitlr shop lllclimoml street I W 1lnUIlItIIl A JM Sutton i t It U r RDS no TO Steamed are here Illicit In Ih And three i 1- Y warn- Ing Edt Nit urMrs r e- MeeOeeeeeeeeeseuee a Hour I m to II I f m I 001c toe Phone 05 DENTIST Lancaster Ky H J TINSLBY County Surveyor IllOVK l J over r 0 llnrti luiulinre tor Lancaster Kcntucky Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTUK KKNTUCKV DAKUUR Call In and get a Shave Hair Cut and Shampoo North aid ol Ihitllc future Hot and Cold Baths T KIlSTGhj AuctioneerIOWIJU KKNTUCKY Get him to cry your sates Heat of refercucox Ii 1 t r INSURANCE nt S E t r 13 VALT1 R e T Ounce w UoU it Ill H Jforrotf Graduate Optician Ol wi rutted PllnUcllou Ou r nt fJ J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice State Courts and U S District Court Unico over 1ollcc Court Phone 104i K DennyrM 1 lu all Ofllce am Storm Drug IStore DENTIST I Offlc oter fIll Arnold Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell banns on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Cut Flowers For Every Occasion If Ware McRobertse IH HMMII OIMMM MMIMMtl Fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Catulouue on application No Agents H FHillonmoyflp Sons Lexington Kentucky 10SMII Succeed when feB In nervous and female wcaknMMS they are the remedy Jiavo FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND k U medicine MM over a druggists counter irl J Milliner I i OI n t Electric Bitterselse rroltratlOf IIi the over Y i e If u rear as d ROUitfbeet f