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THE RECORDVUIIK flKtlQ10kt VXTAnmitKD DtiMOGllAC AM Goon LANCASTER KY FKlDAY DECEMBER 10 1000 jr CENTRAL 5 vcr- b VitA xawxai i i GOVERNMENT ate urrJrxrrtsrn Gasoline Engines Corn Mills Feed Wills Corn tasks Feed Cutters Wood Saws and PUMPING OUTFITS sold and erected We have a few slightly used Corn Crushers on hand that we will sell at a Let us make you estima tions on your wants CONN BROTHERS V f t t 0 i 1 l bargain 0 IaM at Court Interesting corrcKponddnce wile unavoldsbly omitted this Issue Banquet The dfflcers of tha court and memo bets of the Lancaster bar will dYe n banquet In honor of Judge W C Hell on this Friday evening at the Kcngar This U duns to ciprtss their liluli appreciation of hU fjccel lent service on the bench A full ac count will lo given next Issue Thompson Joseph Thompson who attempted suicide several day ago age 23 years died at lilt homo near Preachersvllle on Monday was preach cd by Kid F M Tinder and tho re mains burled In Lancaster cemetery on Tuesday He belonged to a very prominent fatally and recently married Miss Cummins an elegant young lady of Preachersvllle Mrs Bridget Entertained Mrs D W Bridges entertained Thursday afternoon with an Informal reception In honor sister Miry C Jago of Cadiz Tho beautiful apartments were artistically decorated In green and red suggestive of Cluht mi A guessing contest was one of tho diversions rue llrst prize was won by Mo Joe lloblnson tho booby by toss lietlna Anderson Deirfhlful refreshment were served Mrs Itob art Klkln presided at the frappe table Who Will Help How I time of tho year when Santa Claus displays his wares Ill tho shop windows and It begins to look Christmas was near at hand We often sec the figure of some little one looking In at these same windows and the hopeless expression plainly Indi cutes that Christmas for them ends with thIS windows Now It Is tho In tention of the different Sunday schools to give Chiitlmtis to every poor child In Lancaster Committees from each Sunday School will bo appointed and they would be thankful for any help as to names money toys or clothing We take pleasure In our readers attention to of the Southern tool of of Newnan r5eorKli which appears elsewhere issue of tho HECOUD Is the leading In tho United demand T1 Of tho are In need of many additional Telegraph Operators and nvcry young man wishing to learn a practical trade would do well to wiltolho Schcol at Newnan for It new Illustrated Cat slog glp Ing full Information I Sea th ht lluuso D nber n i i Ian Liutel Ills funeral ot her cilia I till s- It dl cling t I his The S T Telegraph InU to States and s duates are always Im railroads talent Some advertisement Telegraphy country Attend The AT T LOGANS Bargains For Everybody 1 k 0 III I H i Great Sale 0 t H IOObY I TO 4r i H rJ f- 9C t t fR ltd 0 S It Ia J9 t- I r 4 It tACO Hdguti stiM to Itebccca Iearnmn cottite 01 Crab Orrlnud street for Woman Club The Woman OIul will moot Wed nesday afternoon al tho the Christian cliuich The will bo Miss Al tie Marksbury Contemporary Art History Dell i Tinder The Morning Stir of Italian Art RKLIOIOUS All members of trio y 1 T U arc requested to bo present Saturday at 230 to the annual ejection of officers Elder W S smith of the IJIblo Col LojIngtorlwas In our midst Sunday and made two ad dresses at the ChrlMlmi church upon theO W B M and Its wonderful progress llev 0 0 you to the services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning he preach Tho Atonement and Sunday evening on The Fullness of Uod In Honor of Mill Currey Ono of the most beautiful recep tluns over given Incur town that of Mrs JarntsC icmphlll In honor of the bride elect Sis Carrie Currey Over one hundred Invitations had been issued and were The color schema WHS pink and wbltJ und was carried ou In both the dec orations and menu The decorations were unusually orate pink tulle Ivy pink carnation Land bride roses bt Irg used In prnfu1 u Mrs llotnpliill w is assisted In re cclvlog bv Miss Cur ey and Mrs Mc Ncei Mrs beau tlful gown of crepe do chine Miss Currey never looked more beauti ful than she did In an exquisite gown of old rose and MrF McNces was lovely In pink messallne One of the must peasant features of the reception was the sweet music of the Harpist Oerardc of Louisville who played throughout tho entire timeAt eight oclock Currey Informally tho following friends Mr and Mrs Fred Frisbie Mr and Mrs Cabcl Denny Mr and Mrs Joe Robinson Judge and Mrs Utlle Mr and Mrs Robert Ikln Mr and Mrs John Farra Mrs Fisher Gaines Judge and Mrs Ilemphlll Misses Allle and lletlna Anderson Mai tha and Helen Gill Fleetwood andSanford Mr Theo Currey and Mrs and Mr Julio Anderson Important Queries After seeing the picture In last weeks RKCOUD of the court house that Editor Ed Walton built In Stan ford a subset Iber asked us the follow lug questions if Ed Walton can build a 35000 Court House fur Lincoln county why couldnt you build a 30000 new school building for Lancaster Can you persuade the Trustees of the Graded School to erect a new with modern equipments TLo method by which tbl can be done using only the Interest on the Lewis Y Leavell fund has been stated In The RKCOUD by Prof D W Bridges In a series of articles on the subject of a now school building and wo Insist that tills Interest would be suDlclent to erect a modern structure well equipped wIth perfect ventila and light sunidently large U ac comodate the increasing demand for room as tho number of pupils becomes much larger each session not only on account of the natural growth hero but by many that are brought here to tako advantage of the school Bonds bearing per cent Interest could bo Is sued a sinking fund set aside which would pay bonds In from 12 to 15 yearsThe old building Is Inadequate In every respect and out of date No tax would be necessary to erect building and pay the debt AllY communication In reference to this subject will bo published Lot us hear from tho board of Trustees BosworthWyatt Good Roads to Constitution of Kentucky Tho credit of tho Commonwealth may bo given pledged or loaned to any county of the Commonwealth for publlo rood purposes and any county may bo permitted to Incur an Indobt edtiess In any amount fixed by the county nut In excess of live per tum of tlio value of tho taxable pro perty therein for public road purposes In said county provided raid Indebtedness Is submitted to the voters of tho county for tin li ratifica tlon or rejection at a special election held lor said purpose In such manner as may bo provided by law and when any suchIndebtedness Is Incurred by any county said county may levy In addition to the tax rate allowed under section 167 of tho Constitution of Ken tucky an amount not exceeding twen ty cents on the one hundred dollars of the assessed valuation of said county fur the purpose of paying the Interest on said Indebtedness and providing a sinking fund for tho payment of said Indebtedness I Election Notice ntUcllan l Nit Buk ol Uucmlisr If between home tO Juu tr l o too loge of or bnltatlon tJrowlI InvUe on was II eta wore a white I Gees Amendment additional I i I I will tl4 I law I IO ItQI Iv dlrllOlou or lIln ur- Die II OllIIIHIY Chltr c 1 Mrs Lila t lead rs Miss Interesting Ilemp Ill ants received M Lancaster build- Ing Ion lie tie con TLer Le s pie t It e 81900 JUDQE FORDS ANSWER Ope tj your he Save Your Hops How can you afford to take chances against tho ravages of diseases which are liable to wipe out your entire herd of huge time Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy prevents disease and makes hogs grow aud fatten very rap idly Sold by J R Mount Co Election vrllt be held M Clt Wio tl ot4 ot Ueliif KT U disc rHUP80NOMW As primilond In last Issue we now publish tho answer of Judge Ford to the charges mado by Inspector Thatch j cr concerning Lila service as commit tee for Mluts Ills failure to pay Judg fur fines to the State and of records not found In his office The answer refers to tho charges To tho people of Garrard County The Stale Inspector In his report to tho Governor calls attention to the fact that I was appointed committee for two Idiots These appointments were mado by tho Circuit Judge and not made In my court and It Is the opinion of several learned attorneys whom 1 have consulted that section 1070 Kentucky Statutes refers to ap polntmcnts mado In tho County hurt over which tho County Judge presides and not t those mado by the Circuit Court where the Circuit Judge J Hut be that as It may the mlstike I It was one was an Innocent one which I dare say many officials have likewise committed These commit tceshlps were In no way connected with my official conduct as County fr Judge As to the Ann King matter I and completely answered these same charges over a year ago which were S hatched up just prior to my last nom inatlon fur County Judge Notwltb standing same I was nominated i opposition B Just prior to my last election the v John Jones matter was brought up I B as committee for Jones purely g as a matter of accomodatlon The over payment of tile 30 occurred In J this way About January rod 1008 James A4 Jones an honest and i cl Izen of this county came J as committee to collect the money 1 which 1 had collected from the State ft for Pete Warner who had charge of the Idiot I had already collected the 75 from the State when J A Jones Informed mo that the Idiot was dead 1 thou calculated tho amount due Warner up tj the date of the death of the Idiot and the amount that should be returned to tne State and then In the presence of Jones filled out the two checks one to warnerfor and one Auditor fur 30 and I gave both checks 1 n sealed envelopes stamped to Jones and requested him to road them which he did and I never heard anything more of the mat tar until the Inspector brought up the matter and when he told me the check had nol been received Iprompt fy paid him r refer to J Lancaster Ky to prove the above As to the two lost books they con clued old records of the trial of Grim Inal cases long since disposed of and of no Importance to any one There has never been a Common wealth execution book in the office slnco 1 have been Judge and Mr Floyd li mistaken when he says that ho saw the replevin bond book It lids been out for more than one year There Is no safe place to keep tho records of my office and as for that matter the records for any of the offices Twice I have had the matter before the Fhcal Court and twice they have submitted a vote to tho people to issue bonds so that the court house may be prepared to the public records However the people have voted It down a two third majority being required As to the money be collected from me It was on old Insolvent judgments and tax on suit uncollected about 5 eleven dollars I was Informed that I was not compelled to pay on these 5j judgments but I did so to avoid litigation The County can fully explain my conduct In S this matter and he will say that I am guilty of no wrong as tar as these judgments are concerned I had not 5j collected ono cent of this money that the Inspector required mo to pay on I desire to say that I am grateful t thrf people of this coun ty for their support and confidence In v electing me by over 200 majority the slanders that have 5 been used against uio and I desire to assure the people that I shall faith j fully discharge the duties of mv office avoiding all the mhtakes I can and accounting for every cent I collect as 1 have dune before and more too It seems that the only charge that can bo brought against me Is that I have been elected as a Democratic nominee three times In a county that Is 350 republican by majorities rang log from 05 to 340 To the last charge I plead guilty and that of Itself should convince any fair minded man that 1 am guilty of no wrong More will fol low If ncceisury Very Respectfully A D Ford J G 0 C moots tul- ly acrid 145 t sped J themIn phan any Iou IlIlQn t t t presides f r without reputable tome because preserve Insolvent Attorney tnot- withstanding I t i I j j and p c oks- Ileip ho ole girls e Ito an or at k toe Teen so ten The tteoetsll 1 Ii us Tuve4 yJwunyllih for a 0ueuiux ywr- 0co4900 iM The Home Of See our line of Toys Silverware Table Cutlery CHAFING niouroI L Lamps Tool Chests Wagons Guns Velocipedes Haselden Brothers i- t1St1Wl tWtWtt1 t1 11 V WI t Ot1ot SANTA ClAUS I I M 1 SERVINQ t1BIJSt1S1S1 1 S SSI hdl tdZOl boA tr r 4- M tt t usuuata tarlaaa aaa a tr atatr rr2650 WORTH OF TOBACCO Rocleved In One Day An unusual scene was disclosed on Monday at the Tobacco In this city when nlntythree wag on loads of tobacco that averaged 2500 pounds were delivered This tobacco Is In excellent condition and brought an average pi Ice of 14 cents which makes the enormous sum of 32650 that was distributed among the growers of Garrard county This was caught by a RECORD man and trains of wagons are continually coming Into town showing that Gar rard produces more than adjoin ing county We cull on the Advocate to como again In reference to he quaalty re ceived by them Give one days re ceipts as a test Short and Simple Way Oue of the shortest and simplest methods known fur culculitlng inter est Is to multiply the principal by the number of davs and divide as follows For 4 per cent divide by 72 For G per cent divide by 60 ForO percent divide by CO For 7 per cent divide by 02 For 8 per cent divide by 45 Then point oil two decimal places For instance U find Jntereston 9300 for 02 days at 8 Der cent multiply 300 by 02 and divide by 45 and pointy oil two decimal places tour If cents are principal The result Is 730 allY Warehouse lathe CurreyAnderson The wetldlog of Miss Carrie Currey and Mr John Anderson was solemniz ed at the Homo of the brides sister Mrs J C Hemphlll on Wednesday morning Eld F M Tinder In a beautiful and Impressive way perform ed tho ceremony In the presence ot the Immediate family The Harpist played Lohengreus wed ding march as they entered the parlor and during tho ceremony ho played the flower song The bilde was becomingly attired In a taupe tailored gown with grey boa ver No couple that ever left more friends and It is with deep regret we give up one of our mos popular girls They will make their home In Wash Intiton City where the groom Is a high Government official Shop Early The merchants would like to see rush as Christmas approaches This would not only be better for the pur chaser but would not work such hard ships on tho clerks and proprietors Why should you wait when their full line of holiday goods Is out and you can get better selections now than later The bazaar of Aid of th UaptUtfhurch will be be at on Saturday Do I hat Lao t thllrcustolDers buy to the 1t Jusep s caster havo early avoid a I j t aK aI th dies Society s a 1- t In order to MAKE ROOM for my large SPRING STOCK JiJJlJi l10Jlf X J FWjJliJffWJ 1fl m m m OIr i Buggies and Harness I will give a set of HARNESS with every buggy sold as I have only a few left Come at once W J ftfl IW Romans t ri t MATCHLESS ALSO I Ellington Hamilton and Howard PIANOS at Popular Prices CLOCKS LAMPS WAGONS ETC I i o VUIIfn tloul- t I CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A YKAtt 3 HUGHES EdrPubr fteondCJaii Halt Untttr Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers Lesgue Ky Dscsmbsr 10 1909 Rates For Political Announcements For Pnclnct and City Office 1 00 For County Offices 1000 Fir State and District Otllccs 16 00 For Call per lino to Fur Cards per lino 10 For all publications tho Inter est of Individual ur expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line A AN N OUNCE MINTS We are d to nan Ilaivey candidate to succeed himself tsutijpct to the ac tl3n of the Democratic party What would we have done without our tobacco warehouse facllltes fur handling another season Kentucky Is the third cash producer In the Union In the pay melt of Internal Revenue paying over i8 000000 The expenditures of the Federal Government during the last tem of PrefHent Cleveland were 1441000 less than under the last term of Mr Roosevelt and yet the republicans stand for economy and reform non R II Tomllnson showed us a North paper conttlnlng a per fect figure of a turkey set In type It Is an excellent piece of workmanship and ii about us near a turkey as we poor editors get as wo have the shad ow without the ubMancp It Is reported that Altirney L L Wtlker of this city will be appointed U S Attorney fur the Eastern dis trict of Kentucky He U a man of su perlor legal DtalrimentH and altogeth er worthy and capable If appointed ho wl i discharge tin duties faithfully Now since the Cloud Roads Amend passed and we hays laws to the Improvementof educational condl 1 ins with u Legislature largely Democratic we will enjoy an era of peace happiness and prosperity tilth erto unknown In our grand eld Com monwealth Louii Landram Is making the edi tonal pige of the Richmond Climax one of the most Interesting It has ever been our pleasuie to read The put Ushers of the Climax made a master itroke when they secured the services of Landram as editor As a pan grapher li a clasa with Em met Logan Kentucky Advocate The Kentucky Advocate says Judge W 0 hull has culled a kpeclul tesslun of the Garrard Courtly Grand Jury to Invest gate charges made by inspector Thatcher against Judge A D Fun The grand Jury was already In sea lim no additional Instruction WUK given time of service puly belnji extended ut the irqqrtlur the Jury A rcallutljn Unit Christmas is near at rulcullnii soft arts the heart and calla Into tidbit UK Hweotett and ImpuUes of the soul and the being who U moved when couUinplailiir the approach of the season net win thy name of u human The denlie to give rnnne tiling to Madden I he kdulHifwir fell low mortal Heav en when fie Father gave Ills Son to redeem fallen humanity and In cele bratlng his I Irth we Intuitively I ml tats the Plvho prlm U of giving nnulfeated In the atury of the cross Hntor R L Hubble w I Introduce K bill Inlhe L glMilure V0 7 couuty dUtrlct J f to tatcurr sod Lancaster suth z Bn rca ell It nyres Letll Ret and enlarge r went line ltuud n01l11 lit Iii the I the Ulh tstered at the Poet ranee Yr ae r r 5 it i together out largest a 1 r Dakota 1 i looking he stands w quickens Ito r ant hadlaD I luln 1r next akin r outuf e s y and putting I It the 8i OUtrlct thereby giving the gallant and light big democrats of Casey n clinnce to be factors In Kentucky pdl lis It Is a good hill and we hope the Senator will be nl b to Interldr Journal We enter our most solemn protest ugalrut the above named lilt Not that we have anything agohiht the good democrats of Casey county but because conditions ere not ripe for such a bill our majority being small enough now Th a announcement of nun harvey Helm to succeed himself In Congress appears la this Issue He has teen true and faithful to the people of the District and la every act and utterance his loyalty to the principles of the Democratic party has been clearly manifested Hq has served on several important commit tees recharging his duties faithfully and hecMms that ho Is now better prepared to servo tilt people that It requires considerable time to become acquainted with the rules and moth ods that must bo observed In the work of Congress Elsewhere wo lIve an iutervlew with him published by the Courier Journal The Interior Journal referring to prospective U S public for vlilch Congressman Harve Helm has introduced bills says that the post office receipts at Stanford are several thousand dollars more than at Ed will have to study that lesson again Toe difference will not exceed 1100 and from 1100 to 1250 lieces sent In locked pouches to smaller po unices each day by carriers If the tilllccs taken In by these routes were discontinued the receipts woud be larger here We are fund of Stanford people but no better people live than those of thli ciMr nod we need and must have a U S building Senctir W O Bradley will cv ery effort In his power for the building referred to Tills bring his old home he naturally feels like doing all he can for people The Press should warn the Legisla ture to watch that bill to be submitted by Governor Wilsons so called nonpartisan commission whose cMef advisers are republicans It Is nut necessary to form more dl trlcta that will be republican though It that the Governor claims that redistricting woblJ help that party They estimate that each Leg islative Uldrlct should have about 21 000 residents estimating the popula lion of the State at 2100000 The Lex I lature should also prepare a new and much pill on asses melt and tux tt Ion to which we have frequently referred revise the elec tion lawn pass u law malting It more dllllctilt to be divorced give wotntn tho right of Suffrage In school elec Duns make It a felony to carry a weapon concealed and give ell In corporated towns and cities the au thority to make concestlons to man ufacturers In reference to taxation In order tj encourage the of capital Tin urgent necessity of tto conser vation of our nutloiial resources Is ihown as follow by James J 11111 III rim Voill Work Pracirally cur public lands are about all occupied Our other national resouices ex plaited vkjti a hand Gun Iron tad coal supplies will show signs of xlmusilin before fifty years have Cashed Tho former at the present rate of Increasing population will Le 4ieutly reduced Our forests are go urn lapldlj our nupplv of mineral oil hews ti of the The toll of the country U being Impover Uhcd by careless Iruulment In borne if the tidiest portions of the country lu productivity hiss deteilirated fully 50 per cent These are facts to which necessity will compel our attention before we have reached the middle of ihUcettiiryi To a realization u our MisUlon and especially to a Jealous euro of our land resources both as to quantity and quality lu A node of cultivation will at once multiply the yield per acre and reftore of Inipalrlng fertility without There I Issue lu I Lancaster redistricting Ii said spJIIH Ill hove Bern I tho end cal tho d W delay pass bill dinga era use atoned deadly investment list cool a till o no lOUR XMAS EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH We have anything r6u want in EA Sectional Boo irrow Magazine Rack Library Table Morris Chairs Rockers iiijjjIii i f G HURT 3 orEftTrncrt1orm LT7T1P1 IVD1lIlJr SHOPP1G vau r vwhso 3eiivwn aaMSanonicran ELca on oae LANCASTERKYw- w AU1 business or In politics that compares Importance or In power with fit Among the recommendations In the Presidents message to CUCIKUBS we mention the following He Is against further tariff tinker In He favor A ship to encourage Publicity of political contributions Iu elections of members of Congress Chit pensions A higher rate of postage on and magazines A fund of 30000 to aid In suppres sing the slave trade A commission to evolve u plan toex pedite legal procedure and mitigate the laws delay Construction of an artificial Island and fortlloall in III the entrance to Chesapeake flay Two battleships and one repair ship r the navy cktib an extensive u Pearl Island Hawaii A national bureau of health Statehood for New Mexico and All zuia and an appointive Governor and Executive Council for Alaska Civil control of the Lighthouse hoard and separation of the National Astronomical Observatory from naval coutroCelebiatlon In 1313 of the semicon tenulul of negro emancipation and reimbursement of the depositors of the defunct Fi eedtuans Trust and Savings Company Consolidation the Bureaus of Man ufactures and Statistics n the De paituicnt of Commerce and Labor Appropriation for the remodeling of the Distrlctuf Columbia Jill We clip the following from Wash ington D C to tho Courier Journal Bib Representative Helm of the Eighth Kentucky district made the following statement I shall certainly be a candidate to succeed myself In There Is no precedent In the Kentucky district for twoterm Congressmen and such a precedent should not be estat lished My predecessor represented the district for eight years and has predecessor for twelve and the last terms of each wero those that were most useful to their constituent 1 have never made the statement that I would not be a candidate for the third termSeveral of the district congressional committees In Kentucky have already met and fixed the time and manner of nominating Cengrtst mep I consider It to do the same In the Eighth district to avoid complications with the races for State offices which art already beginning to attract ut tention Helm will Introduce a batch of now at the opening days sehslou of Congress among which will beone appropriating 100000 fur the erection of a public building at ShVlOyvllIe Kv where the free city delivery essential tj an appropiltrlon for public buildings Is about Jo no He will also introduce a similar till carrying usoniuwhut small er amount for a building at Lancaster and has Iu preparat on a bill for a bulldl at llarrodsburg where the pontUllee receipts are bhuwliig a grat ifying Increase Ills utlior bOU Intro duced were fur the nioit part of a pit vale character i eclt tg the relief of nenslonura und chluiunt In tic tiM Ills make Perryvllle a national park and appropriating money to public bulllng on the already selected at Lawrence burg have been printed und referred to the proper connnltteisI- larVe dont let our limn the others and have It built tint A Nearly Appetite U what moat babies have lut U of no ueiiutlt to them If hoy wcrinr Ho turo your baby Ii nut troubled with thorn Suns syinptoins ijways iuu gry rinks under the Ayes not gaining III weight and yullow complexion A few doses of WuHoaOream Verm fugo will expel all worms n pots live 1ilue 25 cenia MolloberUIna white tie of base at Jl Eighth bill to 101 per Solbf E sub iJy Amer- Ican ships lug periodicals hutment v ti adalsable bliss Inaugurated Ifs erects tie coat- less Ills bottle hr James Qahcart reccnly sold a horse to Sam Moberly for Mrs B Hay who has been very slk U Improving Lewis Toater Is very low with pneu tnunla Wedding bells will ring this month Wo are glad to report that John Mc Culler who has been sick Is out again Mr Forest Stapp Is numbered with tho sick Cash Wheeler Hold some hozs to flub Whitaker for 7 cts per pound Miss Mlshel Price of Hackley A hit cd friends and relatives at this j 1 ice last week Raymond Davis sold a nice milk cow to Owen Comely of Jessamine for 30 Miss Ulatiche Btotts was the pleas ant guest of friends and relatives of Midlson last week Giles Is booming tobacco Is selling high whiskey Is flowing freely preach CM both male and female IliutlsliliH dashing young men and liandsomo young ladles making life all sunshine forgetting dlsappolntmets and sad remembrance let be RO Era long the storm will begin to gather the clouds will darken the thunder to roar the wind to howl the forked lightnings and a mghty up hcaval will burst forth and then we will to taste the ollter draughts of ro morse the haunting ililons if and last the most dreadful sting of death will complete Dies drama nod ushers us Into the presence of tho great I Am to render an account of the way we have lived Looking Ones Bast Its a womans delimit to look her best but pimples skin eruptions sates and hubs rob life of joy Listen Buck lenn Arnica Salve euros them makes the vkln soft and velvety It glorltlcK the face Cures Pimples Sore Eyes Cold Sores Cracked Chopped Hands Try It Infallible for Piles 25c HI R E McUoberts 1m PAINT LICK Little Lena Eit ridge Sulle Cooke Gregory and Pdllh llosson spent Sat urday and Sunday with Bernlce Chump of LancasterMr Rico to Win chester Tuesday by thu death of his mother who was burled In llloh moud Wednesday S XDr und lrsSnowdcn have fur their guests their son Shllucy of Hillings Mutt and doctors sister Mrs Lou Muuntlleld of Winchester The friends of Robert Mnys are vM to know he Is able to be out again af lung and painful Illness Miss Nancy Terney of lUuhmond visited liar home folka Saturday and SuiVday Miss MiUle Wyllo of Cynthhna IK the guest of here Mr Jim RaliUn who was run over by a wagon Is improving and will soon be well again The children of Miss Cnindulls school wll give a plo iiujipcr Wediuk day iil lit to pay for the cistern ut school house Tho MUsea MoWhorter oiucrt third at dinner 1 Sunday In honor of their visitors Moses Kolli anti Slant eyhon Francis lluiikln Niincy Lung and AIIU Ilendrui Mr D Feltnor loft hero Sun day for London Ky to accept a peal lion Il the mercantile ass Robert amid Alix of Rich mend have been visiting their broth er Mr Hugh Mason V 8 Flats Is paying 14 conta for turkeys Ml n JCIIplm Wlllliunion was Iu Lan caster Monday shopping M J PATRICK All Wurk Guaranteed Lick Kentucky OIl S 1100 It futurity T Lips was lilt t Barg S Wly l wru lIt hit W 111 ill II 11591 sure begin I called n ys tuna relatives thin E bits Demist Print MWKKYK Mr Jasper Bogh of Irillann Is vl Ming Mn It I Burton nnd Miss Katie I Mac Plyltersun wore vIMtois In Itlch need Saturday Mr Tom test f has been visiting his daughter Mrs J O hurl Sirs C M Hcndrnn left Saturday for nvhlt daughter Mrs lst1 ly King Messrr Toaler of Marcer and John Tenter of Ohio Itd relatives here last week Mrs Ivy Broaddus In vUttlng her sister Mrfe Charlie Cotton at Nina Sirs Nancy Jnno Hay was the guest of her daughter Mm John Dlckcison Sunday Rev O P flush will till lib regular appointment hero Sunday Dout Be Hopeless about yourself when youre crippled with rlieiimitlMii or fctlll Jjlnts of uouri e youve lots of things and they failed Try Ilallard1 Snow Lie luicul It will drive away all uchcs pains nnd BHIness anti leave nn well as you ever were Sold by R 1C McRoberts 1m We have begun opening ChristmaS hoodS mid now have an display rcncly for your inspection Morrow McRoberts WANTED Poultry and PoultryFRESH Good Coal and Salt cheap for cash Iron Rubber Mon hind tq her Slid r i i nI I 11 our I elegant 1 iI In Eggs Highest prloo paid WantedOld Bones Melril relatives bete Ant intuf Argun at r ells uu al Stiled tan rrU ra Fl1 B1Nortllcatt THE f HOOSIER SPECIAL Kitcllen Cabinet DISPLAY Dec to I Call and See Them I iWLbOD S 7 13 18 asnma ew B= T II E Notional Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A IIEMNV httlilcil J E STOHMES Vice Picl S C PENNY Cithlir J F Uohliwtin A l CiiNlir Kmlirjr DIIIKOTUII- HSnml I Cochran Alex It Drnny A 0 ItfibliiHin John HUirmcf S C 0nnv J jdlll VI Wllilaiim It Its ltatk keeper R u WE NOTHING III EXCEPT I You NeedI FOR BUILDINGI lt n HAVE S iveiytiilg Lailcasler lumber Mfg Go Here we go heel and too Rundown hecli wornout toes make the shoes go quickly Try Buster Brown Shoes Extra heavy tolid hscli arc what Theres double wear m every pair youngsters t tipsextra BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 250 I R 1 II Get Satisfaction of While Ilouno iihoos titan in any other oboe you t is Moro k Cmfort r n t You There Actuil in nir 1 buy because they built on cclcntlPo lines cf sanest locI form which means fool comfort Vilto house Choia t fit the feet snugly without cramping and cover a lar o rango of styles and This every one Just too style ho wants at a popular price i t White House Shoes White Houses Shoca for Men for Women 350 3QO 300400 Kentucky Drills Vulcan Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A complete lino oMirnlturo ami atovua on Installment plait Heat 23 gunge roil iron 3 crimped nt 216 a sqiwrpj We want all your products at highest market price Becker Ballard CoBryantsville Kentucky lire l tlasts gives and Jt j b I I n to ot1ng p 1 I t 1 t- y s I A I r LINE OF 1 r COMPLETE 1r r I j UpOIJ t i- Mnltv r 1 oily Varden md Sehraffts Ghocolates 1 I J rtr a d- fr TJ In every size package All kinds of a is IE d see us before buying Phone 181 Phone 181 t 1 R ITS c1 L J v4rp 7J i s itCall 5 LlC Gossip About v x e A Mention f MM Ootap W n Itrttt4 In Mr Adolph Joieph of Peru Indiana Is with horaefplk- sIr and Mn J A Amon were Wednesday Mr A F Sander I at home ifter buMncss trip to Ml Vernon IM John Grocnleafof Richmond is visiting Mrs Emma Kauffmau Mr LIvlnKston Cooper of Monllcel lo li vltltlnir Mr J Ii Sandusky Mrs W Conn licit pf Ilarrodaburg In here with her husband Judge W C Hell Mrs Joo Arnold of Richmond la with her mother Mrs Marnaret Ar nold Mr 88 Short of Hhelbyvllle hu ben the recent vucst of Miss Knapp Weal Little MiuIortorHcotl Hudson is out again lAtter quite a serious attack of Illness Mr Julie IlurrlM of Columbia Mo wit here vUllliiK her coutln Mra Ann Robinson Mr and Mrs John IHllof McCresry hare taken rooms with Ira U D blmpaon Lucy Walker Duty Is at attain after a pleasant visit to yule filends Miss Nan Dunn of Danville was here Tuesday fur the rey reception Mrs Lucrctla Cotton of Madison was the recent guest of Ir and Mn A F Sanders Dr and Mrs A S Price of Stan ford were guests Sunday of Mr and MM Ed Price t who re ceived a severe burn about two weeks ago Is Improving The Chautauqua Circle met afternoon at the home of Mrs James A Ruyston Notbern Ohio Is the guest of her slater Mrs Dave Prattler and family Judge llemphlll wu at home Wednesday to attend the Curroy Anderson wedding M Sdsmes Hwope and Becker of IlryanUilllo luna been recent visitors of Mrs John Johnston Mrs Fisher D llttlesoo of Danville are hero with her moth er Mrs Arthusa Currey Mrs RJ Price and N D Price were In Stanford the past week visiting Dr and Mrs A 8 Price Miss Ada Spluth returned Sunday to her homo In St Lmils after several months stay In Lancaster i Mr and Mrs Walter Walker of Stanford have been with Mr and Mrs Stephen Walker for a visit Messrs and A K Walker ited their cousins the Mluca Walker In Madison the past week Miss Dora Cuujjhlen left Kilday for her home In SI Louis after a protract ed my with Mm Alex Walker Miss Lena Taylor of Waco Madlsoi county spent several last week with liar friend Mlw Davis Mrr Chas Denman of Nicholas vlllo was the guest of her sister Mr II V Ihslln several days last week Mrs lien Henderson has returned from a pleasant visit of two weeks to relatives In Mrs W R Cook accompanied b Mn Sprague of Lexington will to visit Mrc Joe Houston of Philadelphia Mr was here to play fur the CurreyAnderion wedding is roaiiBger of the Florentine Orchestra a1 this Bcelbach Mrs W S Heutley and little aonr William aid Jack of Los l Ifuriila arrived Wednesday fur a vis it to Mr and Mrs James A Henley Mrs George M Patterson and daughter Mlw talon who have been In Uerea fur several months are ex peeled home to spins the Xmas days MISS Young loft for New leans where she will ulp Vo Cuba She goes to visit her brother Mr Herndon Young who holds a Mood on the Weal In ktI ople 0I i the tdt t In LClllllt a Z f It It WIt ff tk f DD- t 1 Kate Singleton Putts ut J C Gaines and T B k J t rjfj 1 Dauvllleand llarrudsburg Oorardo who f Jo I t hull Ole 01 a a ark C LiT is 4- f q j N tY Sys a 1 DI Its home llemphlh Cur T S MlsiMrJ Wednesday Miss Ida v x is L a r via day Kate i k lean r r t Angeles v car flake r position dlan Island Little Miss Bornlco Champ a at tho home o her parents the past week Tho tot lowing ones were her quests Misses Lena Kutrldue Salllo Cook and Pattfe Mays of Paint Lick Mr and Mrs II V Dastln gave elegant 6 oclock dinner Thursday cv enlnir covers were laid for sixteen and an elaborate menu of Severn courses was served Tho place cards were very artistically decorated yellow Chrysanthemums tho work o Bastln MAKKHUUUi- Mr W P Greening and Master Neal Greening of Lexington have been visiting relatives at this place Born to the wife of Mrs White v pound boy Maura 0 K Polndcxter Edward Polndeiter Fred Huffman George Brewer have gone to Oklahoma on a hunting expedition Mr Pulndtxtcr will visit his mother Mrs Clayton while there M Uses Zells and Mettle Cowan Inez Coleman and Ethel Lane of Danville Messrs Martin Adams Will Thurmond Dan NetIns and Will Champbell also if Danville were delightfully enter lined at J oclock dinner a few even toga agone by Mlw Patti Hello Burke Little Mlu Ruth Carrier has been couflned to her bed for the past week She baa aymtpma of mettles Mr J M and family will leave out week to make a three weeks visit to relatives In Marlin Then they will go to New Mexico where they will locate permanently They will be greatly missed by their friends lo Hilt vicinity Mrs Jeff Dunn who has been tho faithful organist at Pleasant Grove church for the put 15 yeara played her hymn Sunday Her resignation was accepted br the church and ttathrlno More was elected to serve in her place Mrs Dunn will leave the 1st of the year to Join her husband who located at Lexington several Her parents Mr and Mrs Jack Dunn will move at the tame time to Lexington Mr and Mrs Jack Dunn have l o been con nected In an omelet way with the Pleasant Grove church Mr Dunn hay big served as deacon for a number of years while hU wife was teacher of the Infant class for 40 years Working Society recent ly presented to Mrs Shouse a beaut ful heavily embroidered centerpiece The work was done by Mrs Eugenia KemperThe Muilo Club and Liter icy Society of Dunn Accademy car ried out a Joint last Friday afternoon The children did well showing thorough and conscientious Mlsa Patti Hello Burke pro hided very gracefully over both ties Miss Nancy Woods received tilghcst general average In music fur the pakt month Mr and Mrs Ingrarn have gone to Georgia where they will spend the winter TuoSbouseGIU meeting closed at the Fork church Thursday evening Dt last week with two additions The candidates were baptized at Kings Mill Friday morning The protracted meeting closed Suns night the meeting quite a access Rev E K Pike delivered Rev F D Paline erbapt zed eight by effusion Sunday morning and three bv Imnerslon Sunday afternoou Miss Fannie Pal of Grassy Lick attended church here Saturday Sunday Miss MytlaOortnn f of Flat Woods Is visiting Mrs O A Green Mr John Allen celebrated hU 07lh birthday Saturday Quite a large crowd of friends and relatives were to partake of the bountiful Mr MM Caleb Todd of Jleren were guest of Mr and Mrs Ton Allen Sunday Her Hurt Was Broken because her complexion was bad anti the could find nothing to clear It up Ladles a bad complexion caused by an Inactive liver An Inactive liver will be put In perfect condition by taking Mallards Herblne The un tousled liver regulator Sold by 11 E rta 1m Gregory an In loU Marc a ll list Miss In e work ItSVILLE erlDp s meter and present rep and ou entertained house party Mr se f r tale on Da Ito cc- A I Eager inths ago The Lsdhs soda I CARTE day was splendid IS1 UNION Mr S D Turner and wife nf Lnn caster visited Miss Sarah Hammack Sunday and I Mr George Archer of Tennessee has been visiting relatives at this place Kph Hammock tins sold to Chump and Gregory of Lancaster a large horse for their delivery wagon Mr Powers IIIH bought considerable In this vicinity lately prices from 12 to 11 cents lllchmond par fought of G P Terrell about 10 000 pounds nt ICt cents John Tudor and lllatt Davis while hunting last week killed a species ol phcasant that lu very rare Where It camo from Is a mystery They will have It mounted George Wells and young bride who went west recently to make their for tune have returned like must of the test to say that money In not to be gathered from tho out there Tho three weeks revival meeting at Good Hope baptist church dUlled Twenlyjno were biptlzid In Drakes Cheek there were also several rcnewalsof churchvows and additions by letter The church on several days was unable to accomodu to the luimcmc crowds It was the most successful meeting In tho churchs hlUory Rich Mens Ar Poor beside ibis 1 want to go on record that I regard Electric Bitters Hspne of the greatest gifts that God has made to woman writes Mrs 0 Illilncvault of Vestal Center N Y I can never forget what It has dune for me ThUglcriousmedlclnegives a woman vlgorof body and Jubilant health It quickly cures Nervousness Shoplissness Headache Backache Fainting and Dizzy Spells soon builds up time weak ulllug and sickly Try them 50c ut R E McRuberU 1m HT IIEIIKON Mr J M Vandcrpool sold his farm of 149 acres located near Lock number 8 to B A Duncan fur 12760 Mr Isaiah Jackson who inns bc ii very sick fur sometime Louisville where ho will undergo a surgical oper ation Mr II R Montgomery suld a bunch of fat hogs to C A Robinson at 71c per pound and also bought of Isaac Duncap some stoats at5c per pound Mr Sam Duncan sold 17 pgs for 3975Mr Marion Montgomery bought of Mr D M M mtgomery a cow price 35 Messrs Joo R Duncan and Jcnnlu McMllllan arrived teat Wednesday from spend the winter with their people here M L Mont gomery a cow and calf for 140 Mr Dud Mrs A S Dean In Jessa mine on business last week Miss Beatrice Sanders of Stone spent last week with her sisters Men dames H R Montgomery and San Duncan Mesdames Salllo Jennings and John Dean spent Monday night with their sister Mrs A 8 Dean Miss Flossie was the charm Ink guest of Miss May Montgomery at BrvanUvlllo Saturday and Sunday Mr H L Thompson wife and little daughter spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Philip McMllllan In Boyle coun ty STUNK Mr Dok Prewltt Is dangerously H at this writing Mrs Mary A Sinders bought a milk cow from Clayton Preston for 2400 Tom Hicks bought twenty ttaht acres of laud from Jim Sunders fur 1350 Misses Lulu and Gcoriili CrutchDold and Alice Snyder wore guests of Misses Lyda and Null Ray Sunday Mr Clyde Folgor returned to his homo at Somerset after spending say eral days with his ulster Mrs Viola FajruoC Sunders and family spent Sun day with Mrs Sallle Sanders of ottsvllle Tom hicks told acres of hind to Robert Preston at 523 per acre Miss Beatrice Sanders was tho guest of her sister Mrs Maple Duncan of Bourne last week Mr and Mm Clouio are re Jolclug over the arrival of a tine buy on tho of Nuv fa trl Coil rn to accu tie trees buoyant liP lain Id Grow sold to Born 011 six trvln 20 at nu- Ile Sunday U Gift assaying Its Melancholy Illinois to Mr E rr fly General News FRhafrotli nf Colorado In ii porch at Now York baforo frknl Frnnchlxa League said woman mrnge hits proved a sticrefvS In Colo rado and predicted that It would universal In the United Stiles Judge James Brcnlhitl Attorney General has written 1111 pinion which he holds lint the Burley Tobac co nod Insurance Company Is Illlcgalli Incorporated Judge Bruhtlilttsays i slnulu may not do both a mcrcanlllo and Insurance buslriet I The A mm lean Tobacco Company announced ollklnlly that there was no truth In the reports that tho company with tho Burley and Insurance Company for the piirclinso of the pool crop of Kentucky tobacco for 1000 Dispatches to puns Review Indicate that labor troubles are having nn ad verse effect on business ut thin North west but reports from other sections are generally favorable with holiday trado unusually active Suggestion of definite character was made li banking quarters In New York that the taking over of tho Kqnltablc Trust Company nnd tine Mercantile Trust Company now controlled by the Equitable Society end one or perhaps twu trust companies con trilled by Mr MorganThe championship light be tween James J Jtiflilcs and Jack Join ton will be held In San Frinclsco be Cure a club organized by Tex Rick ardof K y Nevada and Jack Gleason probably on Julv 1110 The bid made b Ulckurd and Gleason of a purse of 9101000 and tho contestants to take percent of the moving plcluro rest I pts was accepted by of Johnson and Jeffries Miss Alice Loyd time wellknown writer lecturer nod head of time department of the Hurley pool has tiled articles or Incor Piruti in for a company to tobacco hogsheads The proposed factory will bo In Lexington Bustle and turmoil continues In tho political laid In England Instead of what will the Lords do with the budget1 the question now shapes In the liberal mind as what will the country du to the LordsV Tho severance of dlplomntc rela lions between the Unltd Slates and Nicaragua tho dispatch of vessels and to Central America seems to Indicate Interesting developments In that direction In an election held throughout Win chester amid Clark county Monday the city by a mnjorlty of 358 votes decided to saloons Local option carried In time county out Ida of Winchester by 052 votes Ten saloons III the city nlll continue to do business Stung For 15 Year by IndlgcsllonH pangs trying many doctois and 20000 worth of medicine In yule 1 F Ayscue of IngltsUle N C at last used Dr Kings New Life Pills red writes they wholly cur ed him They cure Constipation BIllousnefiK Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kidney and Bowel troubles 25o tR 13 Mcllobcrls 1m GREAnPECIAL OFFER Life Scholarship In TELEGRA PITY TYPEWRITING AND RAIL ROAD AGENCY reduced In 15 12 60 of lullroad fare paid Buys N to learn u llrstclass tradu tlmt pays a good salary every month I year Excellent at low TaUs Now dents mmlfvln months Our month In start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promo motion Diplomas awarded Grout Demand for Tilenruph Operators Wilto today for our Free tilpane II lustrated CutaUu which gives full particular Soitluvu sclioul u JVIcgrapliyi Box J173 Nowniin On Mound 01 more Oov John limo In oaf publicity r war ma YOUNG MEN Lf N T rGRAPHY TAKE D TAE OF OUR till time ho rd eau huts lull IUIlI el 1 8000 II- IIlIIbllllltlil al au Stu 4 m0 graduates IT ELY GUAHAN- rImU POST NS to t01l per IHOoel Imu become Burp nntion was negoillh g Tobacco representatives tobacco manufacture Iota itself inca man stud onis YOUItOPVORP NIT nt min paling 815 3alp ay cost o l4 0511 YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN 17 Ibs best sunr for II rut us nil your grocery order next wecl et our cost prices Kood Wo wllHcIl thin bestiatent flour for 30 days for sack cash Currcys I will luvosomo pjetOres In Hrlnt me youp produce best prlcci1 bones 11111 Brothers a McCreary have a of furnllijnr that they are tr 12341 Wo will for sale at our esl Lexington street hold Satur day Dfcejdber 18th rMrs Jacob Joseph Attention Ferriage will bo free over Kentucky river all tohaBco sold at ttfe Warehoue Lexington Kentucky 12341 Notice Notice liereby I will This Dec 2 1009 121041 pd Public Sals Having amid my faun I will on Sure Enough Coat More for your dollar at Powells than it any of the sales All shoes at sure enough cost All notions and under wear at cost A coffee always I5c per package for 10 1 will also have a largo jfno of drummers jamplas on Dec will sell at Take all la alf goods are lOto 20 In tttn Till nods at PIts Alst to sell storo and or separately Trado never less than 20000 a year 12321 0 D Powell 1 Un I JIJr t r Ilmu It ted J1 1232t JP Nuttier 86n 1l1Id e la A I time next t5 tipfor 1232L r coors Ilt t It tiN 1 DfIf the urns jfd fresh pl c strllhzht loIfaHous 2t received ar I at rock m prices r dance un our Iud turn Lure rbuckIts 0 t per c nt cheater at than I elzewl are secret limo to rchan all know It your Christi as want ICO sail together 1w1M ilA l r to eta rcBh at Bag u t- RCr at t C ato oes or- co Est hllds brown Ili Prl- dre Ile 1 cash rim I via m a eon on all an d efur 3 teeter Bale Mayuro1stla butter ti oil louse orr Central iea Luc given jhat i mike cap c thou to t1 vernor oc 1 utu t Cho efdon at A o- Or ut- P John 1 ou Tuesday Decemba 8 sell t the highest bidder nil o sLock fa min Is and lmeusel Id g 123 tPd J T Raney soda 3 cost owes bt is Buy COLUMBIA DoubleDisc Records 65c They fit any machine and outwear any other re in tho world Double value for your money Call iul catalog I P G HURT cords I Get n Freely Burns Longenmcl Tastes OTTer Than Any r C M cyemu os igr Made rKl4f y u THE Garrard Bank Trust Co JNCOItroiUTKD Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton a Vice Pres J W KLMORE Cashier D V T i it u A nt C Hitter R L Hlkiu BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank Get your wife a For an Xmas Gift See our Moors Air Tight Heaters the Best Heating Stove Made Lisk Turkey Roasters Aluminum Cooking Ware Rogers Silverware Knives Forks Spoons Sec our line of Sausage Mills and Meat Choppers Ctfokers Custom and Keen Cutter Scissors Get our prices on PAINT Buggy Harness at reduced prices el R MOUNT 60 J J WALK BU President J S JOHNSON Vise Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIMNS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RiQNEyAEstCashr 0 D WALKEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Glbbs Lewis L Walker 0 A Arnold E L Wood Prest W C Fish VicePres W G Kemper Cashier Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky Capital MurplusS 2500000 When you sell your tobacco do nut forget that time PEOPLES DANK has been In business over years has always stood by Its patrons and will appreciate your deposit The greatest Inducement we can otter H safety and courteous treatment X nyour Tobacco BIAZiiY We iusured tobacco last year this and adjoining counties when other agencies could not Office National Hank of Lancaster PUoue 31 LuhiGusiter lm1M1rrnr tg Ig Majestic Rangem Etc I I eight S u r e In ICy C t IL r Toledo t iI c i B ryrE7 E3 FB C i j 1 withyr i SEaS nt 80 Snok r Farm and Stock W VUasllnoou sold Ids faim of 7 acres lo W 0 Lackey fo 70 per acre tock crusher hgood coiidMon will OioofO H Swlncbronds 100 Jer toy COWA dltd luM week cult wcliihHg abou 3JO hating n white baclf loll Leavell Jno E Anderson sold 13 acres of land 2 miles from town 01 the Lexington pike to A II Brown Jr for 13300 Land For y tide liindtcd and tlfty acre of laud wet Improved well Whl in J I Hamilton lKiii J W Swce trey combined mare fur 300 which he shipped south Horses and Wanted Anv ono having hordes or sell a l W 11 Hutton Lancaster K E M and W O Walker wild 21 of young cattle weighing 800 pounds to parties at 4135 To Dealers In Cattle For grazing and feeding call on or place jour orders A Cooper CommlMilQriCo Clti Stuck YarJs Aarcfulselellim for lyour W if experl ence Hi on tills market Please address all communications O Park Kansan City Stock Yards IO1lOt fill I about 15000 Ill of tobacco lu nicbmond paris lit average of 16 cents fur the entire crop This Is believed to be the larg cit sale made In that section of tin county Fruit Tree Information No fruit trees If use Grimes Insect Powder lly a long careful study I have a powder that when applied TliH Is the time of year to pay at tentlon to your tree Pd1234 0 T Grimes Negotlalons which have been between a syndicate of New York cap Itallsts and Urn managers or the 1001 Burley tobacco pool for the sale the former of 120000000 pounds o tobacco have beet called of A L Ferguson and C Q Patrick repre sentlng toe Burley Society returnee to Lexlnutin Tuesday fr m New York biltging with them an onY from the Now York syndicate to pur chase the entire rooled a pound the syndicate to pay li a once 2000000 to bind the agreement Almost simultaneously representa tlvesof the Eistern syndicate ed telegrams directing them not sign the contract Alone In A Saw Mill At Night unuil idful of dampness draft storms or cold W J Atkins worked as Nigh Watchman at Banner Spilngs Tcnr Such exposure gave him a severe that settled on Hi lungR At last h bad to give up work lIe tried many r medics but all failed till he used Dr 11 coverr After using one bottle lie writes 1 went back tt wprk us well as ever Severn Colds Blubboin Coughs 1 named throats and sore lungs Hemorrhages Croup and Whooping Cough get quick teller and prompt cure Ilils wliilous medl cine SOa and lo free guaranteed by It E MeRoberts jut ip CB LclQW Dili heading U fur the ucla live of our firmer ubucrllwri and for ot stuck grain and tuoh tblngi on rum M Itrraer cnuuot afford to adven No uotlce will be accepted over our hues will two luuci ol tbs IticoftD of chugs Cheap 14 backs of hay Cull be fed on placf J G Conn full BALK 3 Kurd short horn bulls O T I havo14 good lump brukfN for sale W G Oooch 1 havo sumo youuu white Pymouth Rock roostoru fur sale J T Henry I have 23 extra good home raised steers fur salo J R Russ I have 12 hemp brakes In uqod con dlll m that I will sell fut 25 H K lloriulon Fur 3 lelS 0 M norca cockerel Noiturupp strait Address Mrs 0 1 Terrlll phone 160 Lancaster Ky I have 150 act e of stalk aud grass land to runt fur grilling J M Farm Subscribe if Record L Fur crush 8 u day III to ll1l1he1lIiI wItebruad A red Ibt and Inv plilc two weoks u frY Cephus Mu n Puillt hls house and Sale rod I mil tot ndlea rYIIIIL W I s ut II II CIIII J E blllson lit Mules mU s to will pr JUt by s will buy them t all tlmo n dive the hlghet marl L Ice head M caUl Kan S Val t md O fail wbo I shad 27 rdeus to- W Givens an moro spraying you perfected to the roots or will all worms I sects and scale ILls pert tlv I u el ttlon Anyone w the powd r O T or write at Lances ter on to crop at 17 cents to 1 cold King New 100 Inn uJI the the all In For Layton J 1 Sale A 10 ods pert t WJIhLnuarur k Apply MiterI Finder pleas n y a good fen yule bore on- a unit lug n r t Sterling with S wlaLyou fill be illitn Terrill i r frul5trecs k stn rmleas sit crimes 4 b reedy i trim Crlul but eaoooooooooaoesoey use sale Its be only tree Sue Phute 312 r x r 1 Liquor Law The futhwlng are of deep Ihtcreii In local oplon sections and wo hope will bo enforced Another phase fn the treat campaign against liquor will conic t toro January 1 when thb revised penal code of the United States will go Mitt rffcet Many of the changes made In tho pomil laws by the Sixtieth Congress were of unmoor Inter csl but rclatlnu ti tho shipment of liloxlcatlng liquors Into dry territory contnlticd now Klv latlm the result of which will bo to make the Unltul States a factor In prosecuting violators of the set In thlekly settled cominui I New Kiglaiid the local authorities 01 n rule are able ti deal effectively wHi offenders but In the South where sot tlement is sparse tile tusk h not so easy and the Southern members li Uled that the Federal government should come to the aid of the local au thorities Three sections of the new tion r I tie to the liquor traflh The most Important provision Is that nn and after January 1 every shipment of Intoxicating liquors shall bear the name of the consignee the nature of the contents of the receptacle and the quantity contained therein It Is a notorious fact so say persons who have had experience In attempt hip to drive out blind tigers that practkaly all the Iquor now shipped Into prohib ited tenUoiy are not librlod at all and frequently addressed to persons other I han the consigner Here Is what Congress says shall be dune after January 1 Whoever shall know igly ship or cause be shipped from one State Territory or dlstikt of tho United Slates or place noncontiguous to but sal jfd to the Jurlsdlc thereof or from any foreign country Into any Sttt Territory ur district of the United States or place nun contiguous to but subject to the jurisdiction thereof any package of or pickaxe containing any spirituous vl los malt cd fermented iitoxPallng liquor of any kind unless such pack auo be labeled on the oulil le cover as t plainly show tho name of tine cull signee the natureof the contents and the quantity cut tuned therein shall be fiord not less than 93000 and such liquor shall be forfeited lu the United Stiles and maybe seized and CUll demned by like proceedings as those provided by law for seizure and for of property Imported Into the United States contrary to law Any cflleer agent or employe of any railroad compinjr express company or allY other common ir who shall knowingly dt liver or cause to be to any person other than tbe person to whom It has been consigned unless upon the written order In each Instance of the honaUde consignee or to any Qctltlous person or ti any per son und r a fictitious name any spir ituous lnous malted fermented or other Intoxlcailig liquor or any kind which has been shipped from one State Territory or district of the United States or Alice uous to but subject to the jurisdiction thereof or from any foreign country any State Ten Itory or district of the United Stiles or place to but subject to the juris diction thereof shall be not more than 5000 or Imprisoned out more two years or both Reed This I Dr O P Dbarcs Liberty Ind says 1 have tested Bourbon I Cholera Remedy In ten cases of chnl era this tall and It has proven success ful In alt It was not given according to directions In the case In which Jt failed Sold by J R Mount Company Financial Information So you at last yielded to that mans importunities and gave him some tips on the markets Yes an swered Mr Dustin Stax What hap pened Well they turned out BO badly that Im mighty glad I didnt Invest any money on cm myself Washington Star Song has wielded a strange power In human history It seduces men from tbclr homes to the fold It consoles those they leave behind It voices the moods of the lover tho cynic the drunkard the puritan tho maiden and the grandam cowherds and scholars hussars and children all all Thero arc songs about nearly every Imag inable thing on earth except the writ ing and tho reading of articles Ru pert Hughes In Smith SOUR STOMACH la An Almost Certain Sign of Acute Indigestion If you occa liimllv have a taste of sour food In your mouth It surely howl that the food you are outnK li but Instead Is fermeni Inland out poisonous gears Ilelclilnitof voinmon symp tutu ut such tines and also that lump of lead fei lliir HI If our stomach carry lima much greeter loud than It could Htund If you watt prompt remit and per cure BO to U E MudoherU anil i large tin box of Mlona lor 60 cent n B MoHoberla knows that M o im U a liluhlv recommended iclentlllo remedy and that U why he U ready to return your money If It falls to cure acid stomach of dul neu VHlltiusness Mvk headache rout and all stomach troubles Cnteii cAtnnh or back truatholtlu Complete outfit ludu llu I H the the cOlli lien t I Ion or l titer tell ure deliver tI lilt tog but one nut III I11 nil was get belellln breath 1 mOllo Jail julwllftl pnJfilitt New sect n lea like carol non contig noncontiguous arcs than Jr Longs hi digest d gas I4a tablets gas iinnW84Y fiV arm e 9 iomnilssloiiors tt Lund aAnitAiu uypbitiTcouttT II 0 Bpoonatnoro Culdcte ff tkfonditnlB rant Clicull Court mulcted at Its styled action 1 us Master CommU stoner will on MONDAY UEUEMI1KR27 IOU between tho hours of 10 n in and 2 p in It County Court day KC I to the blithest and nt Court door In Lancustrr rard County Ky fiiin im H real propui county Ky In the follo lnK several rica buifndarlea however Id to lot No 2 J P KiihloH thence with him in said No 2 N W 743 chains lo n ntako at a hedge fence cot tier ti ihcnco with Hild hedge B 71J K3rSclialns W 8r8 chain N 75 AV 817 rlHlns N W 2 CO chains N 80 W T45 clmlni to a point In or ricer Iho irlddio of County road corner I o said No 2 and corner to allotted In said Suoonatnoro children thenco with road and with said 17 44 chums In n pidnt In tine middle of said road curlier to same thoncfl i avl ij wild and ntlll chains to a dead tree or snirf used us a post Curler lo same H781 W 4 00 chains to a slake In hue to Abram lln 8 fi7 B pusslittr mldol Mir county road l 1707 clnlux MS to Hie borflnnlnir doiil lnliiit Twenty Four and acres belnif it lot 1 which was allotted Spoonamiiro and her children if Fifty Seven acres 67 Cite foregoing boundary was lumveyed to Sarah John W Miller theater C miiiil slnnor of Qarrnrd Court of Karali against Hollls Sp IDR niira and others In Cir cult Couit hy deed record In tho Onrrard Court4 d rki oNce deed honk No 12 puje 440 Tilt second boundary of land Ii de scribed as Uettlnnlni at a stake corner In Ah nun Holly his line S 67 E 1201 chains In a stakn In his line corner lo the 2480 acres nlotcd to MM Sponnamore ih nre with line of same last named E 400 chains to a dead treo or sum used us a iran punt corner tu same thence N 61 E 225 chains to a stake curlier to same S 87 E 7 00 chains In a point In middle of road corner to some thonco with middle of Ktld road N 17 W 444 chilns lo a point near middle lIt road earner to N 2 part Hilled to 1 P lull thence with sid Inland with middle N 1 631 chains to a point middle of road curter lo J P Rubles oilier lauds thence leaving vllli said Ruble N V 176jtchalns to a slake corner to game In lo Abram Holly thence wl h V 1284 chains the UCirlnnlnir fiinlnli Tlilitr Lu Hundredth 320 serer boundary of 320 acres which ware allotted to Sarah mure fur her hornet TlI boundary of land Is the same land de I he deed that was made by Julie W Miller Master Commit net for theGarrard Circuit Court to stud II 0 Spnmrannre and nllier In the case of Sarah Spoonamore OKI I tat Its anti others bv deed now lit record lii Oarrard County clerks olllce deed took No 12 ire 452 but as stated herein the Thirty Two and Twenty Hundrrritln of an acre 3220 A thin Three and Twenty 20 A olloled to Sarah Spoonamore for her homesteadSaid will bo sold as a whole but as heretofore stated the two boun daries above adjacent to each other und to sib Intents pur poses they wll bo sold as one bout The two boui Uier contain Fifty acres 57 A but from said boundaries tliirolH reserved a grave yam which contains about Oiio Sixteenth of un acre fronts on the couny road audit close to tho residence said the two ore to bo together Fifty Seven acres irore or lesflald grave yard It reserved and Is dlslrlbuiliK among the plilritllf and defendants homln ac cording to Ihelr respective rlyhls and the sliarhrof defendants Ethel Man Curd and Sarah Josephlnn Curd shall remain a lien upon Ilia land bead g Interest until the said defend ants become ofuuo or until the guar dian of the Infants executes bond rr bv section 403 of the Civil Cvde of Practice TERMS Said Halo will be a credit of six and 12 months and Ihu purcliHher will ho required loexfcute able lu tUo Muster for said mon ey bearing 0 cent an lium front dale of sale uijill parry up paid ul maturity th fiiinn having Im force stud effect of u liidgment A lien will also be the land sold for the payment of the purchase moneyJ M ItOTH WELL Master rntnr OarrurdtJIrcnlt Court W I Wllll m Atty fur Plaintiffs This ilea 0 1000 May Be New Industry for India Very little It any cottonseed U pressed for oil In ladle Interest beginning to bo taken In the pos sibilities of an Indigenous Industry for the production of edlblu cottonseed oil It la estimated that tho quantity of cottonseed available fur tuck a pur pose U about 11100000 tons u year India being next to tho United States as the greatest producer ot raw cot ton FINK FAHH IN UAHUAllD COUNTY iOU 8A MS I tilut lurm or ilioattd on n w lk utr 1olut l T ll m U wllei south o Jirc iUr combining JDO crt i well h John W U r litnUiowt raw woiorr vurooitr Uuc ilitrvu witU I niototrjr ouiti Jiditi uc jqod i w biru TtKN rJi lb la lltllil UUUC ol talo lest lug p r uulll i i uni looMug nuolUUco iO ti en v 0 WAUKKHBuolura Kr tint 1 slam lit the Uar NoveinbeF Ill t III IO to the lIC1u o bar 1110 and beln lIOartalet Whl u h tidier urn to ill intents a u1 IIrpuRe one boullllnl- Tho first lu described nil tot lows Itl at II end fence 11111110 corner lot N 21 Sal twiddle or S E 4 h said N 87 W a stake corner tl same S 223 title C flier t ante I nneo ith hit oh llII Eight 2480 f Nil t tuh by rt cult thl Garrard slow on thence NiSI cUuu tv anion and 331 150 challis N 44 W challis N S 3711 chains N 131 cat to tut No 2 at 40tCI1IIIUII In mat IIlId 881 sald lloly Ii 2 t log a l Ii lld lneludes the 320 tad n 3 sot out are 1 II toll am EXCUdll1 he pieces which Said sale la for the purpose ot made on V on which oxecU4lnn nut rei IIhusu 111 lit just Anne loclI4 lu004 bIII or lIlt with Nell ate el nyr III outs lieu IuWtsl fur 1 a vlrtlo of above best l h ei and utlhg tike uJus sailor part pelt 7achlJns Ie port with t lot w 23 t passing oar all uurei huh salt lundreths Acres S yen graveyard meld d put hase ante at myy lasuo grass sate yarn s 10x50 alx fdlloa sprlu- gsu4erakru tbroughi sad yeses from day cud all write uWesell the best Straight Creek l Scts per bushel Henley V Bastin at the Creamery a 5 R S t f R li t I 1 t JI l M r tt t1 I 0y t t I u t t t1 a t 19A196 td hXdSOA1dlldaAt7AfiA7fr 4t0774SCt1a46i aMa 06a41t6Chlt- i I li- D i1- E f h7 tlj- t7 B 5aS 7 7 c J11 1 t a F7tIi t s t With Obelisk Flour and it will innko n hit with you after you havo tried it mice i Baking day Is n pleasure to the house wife who uses OBELISK FLOUR Her baking is always a success Bread that mother used to make takes second place to that made with Obelisk Flour Barrel 650 Half Barrel 350 BANKS HUDSON I 1 tf i jI UIIYono h fWilrlYifujWA V- 1LI Arterial ud Cavity Embalming on u oa IINDBRTAKBR 0invllie Street Couldnt Uncouple A Scottish clergyman got Into conversation In a railroad carriage with a working man who In formed him that he had been a con pier for over 20 years Oh said the minister I can bout that I havo been a coupler for over 30 years Ay replied the workman but I can uncouple and you cannal LIVE STOOK MARKET CINCINNATI UNIoN STOCK YAUPB DtCfnUrl HhC Receipt v 6TI SIM BlilpmeuU WJ ir CATTLE Shipper S7Ka T- Ilntchtr it u txlrrQobit iu 6SB 8 W Common to f irJ S 7t6- titii ri xtr i fc i co- OPO 10 clioloa j 4 7KS6 W Common lofulr J 74H M Com d4 OMxttocliolce I7W440C- ommou to lair 8 llXJt B C- DCtuncn M t I J Uulll ttlOfUH 8C4 IB a 4VSKU4W- OAUVK8I ilr SOW K T 9 H Common J5 j tx- iIIOU8i ooap k n S3V4I 0 Mlxtdi ok r SVVKIU- BUgi JWKaTM Common la oholc iQ fi fiO BTW- MgUj lpperi W W- lU lllOt iidlf i YiTM BIIKKlmir hi 4 aUft- Oood g cUoIco 4 W34M Common Q 18Vja uunsifiir I a- UoQcJlocltolo 19X91 W- CouiwoutoUlf I lWfl Q SEND YOUR JOB YVOflK TO THE OEHTRAL RBOOflD OfFIOE a fit Extra 0 to choice Tt cu II ii W I 71 Cf rill Lilli M 1 lour 79 it7 wull known daub Rugs 1 aoeatS u AYE w n extra u y e uu h Extra uu 5 to good q large and Lutolten r heavy Id n 5 t WE ARE TO MAKE A HIT fft SOUND i I tail LINE OP CASKETS ASH BURIAU UOUES ALWAYS IN STOCK We wish to say to the public that TTO 5T GiTTTT TO hasnt been open for i soma tune but will bo opened every Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTOKS nt the best prices The FOX STUDIO I I z a lrJL THE W regular Trade Terms How much bigaii tho lady toDax tot In temporary cliargo of tho yard how much la stove coal now That depends said liaxter with whom language la often a vehicle o confusion A la carte its seven half Ciikloeac Itll cost you C cents cxtry Youths Companion Thou lists I read a funny story onco which told how a woman put blinders on henpecked husband to keep him looking at pretty girls on tho street No need to do that now Its Im pomlble to sue their tacos any way HOPELESS r coal her fro III an- a Tile Klmberlcy mutes In South Africa have produced 18 ofdla mondii valued at 15000000009 Bu be absolutely urelonn for so cl leader to that the WilY bo able to wear all the the world at ouch tuna will hope ever lit immtiMlbhcrNt aAUHAHI CIIUHJIT COUHT Mirot 1lallitlT Joo Helen Maelm4 DdfciulnnlH lly virtue In Ilia Out mm Circuit riniletcd nt I IM November term I lino In UicTalKivo I an Meter tonim nioiier l 1 nn MONDAY DKCMMIIKIl 27th 1UOI between hours of 2 t in It hell to the I bidder nt tho itoint lloinutlyyf In rani hcrltifd ultiiutftl In Our rsitil Co bounded us follows On the of cud adjoining tilt Danville Mdiolanvllo oMler tend on the watoiH of I x Illvur unit Scotln Fork llrulnnlnit in the middle lit tho nfotcmild Unit ulku road corner In Iultini tbcnco li ikvlnir t o And sal I 1iitton W his Cut W 38D chnl IH tan tiko In Miltl llnr a curlier AII M inlitnin cry thence with bin 82 17CS ililim In Ihe aforvon tOni llo c middle Kiuno N U K3jbCTHilns to tho bCKlu nlnir ncrm- Hald propel pVilll bn sold nn n vho1e lute satin to Sallln A M Ifelrn Mnret unit ln Maret bv dord dilnlJ S7tli lK4 nod rrrnrdcd in April book No 21 In 0 trrnrd county Clerks ntllco sate Is nude fur Iho purpoxo of rrlivpKtinrnt the benefit of plain tin and defendants pert In TRHM8 j- Hitld snlo will bo mndfm n creditor nix moiilliii mid tho will bo required to with IJWH the Master for situ chaw cent per iinnuni from of sale tinlll tho force and cITect of a iiiilnincnt which uxiCullon in lisuo It nut paid nt nmtiirlly A lien wll also bo upon land BIII fur the pay meat of trio purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Gnrraid Circuit Court Henirton Hirndon Allys for 1llf TlilH DccO loon FIAlU M s Sallie Klam la on the sick tol lron sold one load of lohuc Menefeo his crop of tobacco ut C peiitn Thomas WorrcUill three tilt hUllS JuhiiKun fur 7J cents Mr end Mrs Hetirv MiKirennd their daughter and M Georvo Caleb of Corbln are the guests of Mr and Mm J K Ham moils rite mcei MK at Good hope condtii t od by Ilov S T Stumper of litttbuuis vllle closed Sunday win twcntjlive addltloiifi twenty three by baptism llroihei Stamper pr scntrd the truths uf tie III u most vigor iius and forceful Ho In n nut oiicrucihund enthusiastic ncr Hu endfurcd Mmsclf to Iho t copp rctlvliw and building up trie church which now KCCIIIS tilled with new zeal and rcnowod energy fho Correct Time to slop a cough or cold U just as soon an it darts tlun there will bo no danger lit pnuumonla or contiimptlon lu t a few doses of Ilitlarrtit Hurt hound Syrup taker at tho start wM snip cotitth If It has been run lung on Hip treatment will IM Is sure Sold by U H MUobcrtH 1m Nearly all woman suffer some pain at times due to the ailments peculiar to their sex If your la yet In a mild form lake Cardul to prevent It becoming more serious If you have suffered long years get Cardul at once Use persistently and It will help you Mrs L Eells of New Hartford la was afflicted 24 years She wrlles tho past 24 years I havo afflicted with womb trouble causing extreme nervous ness pain In right side and back altogether making life a burden I tried doctors and various other remedies without relief Finally I be gait using Now I am entirely cured I cheerfully all women afflicted to try Car dul Sold everywhere Breast Vermifuge 9111110 A ullllllclIL led I hu IU u I llll tout rent Ilie rllI IC l N- At Iii 111 tike Ii H I lit 11 Ith It CIIIIe ell JII too Sell ht r exec y payable Commis tfher Leo ill II eat I lie list CJ at 1U MI Quorry auld tu rd BILl lIlt way wit II 1 souletlll10 longer but the curl iiCARDUI lorII I I tit I Hat of JIth t ta tiff al lid mini in und lit burl anal jar follow 1 g dr Maud wit hi chilis to as err cut lid ld IreWide other lie untie liter data Jai cent Mini btrll soul the for I i PainI R 4- 4w L TilE WORM 0 Y GVIAIti1EED vlI Ttli IONIC iii Oj Y n- Ut4UcJ Co tIIj er10vF110 FAY01TS ease of unvtnas t14ys LlfL cUt rlotn Mr- oMQRubvrt8 DuS t3tore POSTEDTho undersigned hereby give Ing to ill person not to trespass upon our lamia fur any purpono whatever wo will prosecute till offenders to fullest extent of the law II unters and tMiPriucn especially take notice Purrn bqtito W H Ferguson Kd fc N II Price HI Herring A Price W aiJmbry b h Hlrh TX Kl In OAVO Tliomrson J W Sweeney it T Pica West Mrs K K Itanler D II Anderson 110 Arnold W 0 Anderson H Hamilton DuncanShop for tint situ Clean Steamed Towels and Slcrllted Return W iiircclit your Unite nnj her I with ttjvtnot fijirilciico a there shop Hlclimomt street OAlce hour unite over I am to U I pm to I Slormtn Drag Slur Phone 05 DENTIST Lancaster Ky H J TINLBY County Surveyor CIIONR UML Once om F n Hurl i lurnlinr lor Lancaster Kentucky Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTHR ui UARUOR Call In stud wet a Shave Ilalr Cut ourt Shampoo Korlb ol lutill P Hot and Cold Baths W T AuctioneerIOWHLI KKNTUC Oct him to cry your aches heat of references warn nil Jut M It 1 W i I Mud Jet Sutton t r5 RDS 0 1t tarSuch to oM rrlrablollaLu tied J 1t INSUItANQ II USE a lursona d v WKhunnlid Mrs lleli ecu e r s si- a 0010 HeM stay the vial r TF VrALi R r YiNTLCtC1 Y due say KING y u I W Jforroitv Graduate Qfttvtm Guise 8 ll tellau a AUDitd J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Piacllco In all State Courts and District Courl Ofllcc over Police Court Phono 1U1 Denny DENTIST Offle ortr Ulii Arnold Mllllnerr Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Ifvrni3 on low Coiiiiuission Titles Abstracted mono 221 Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts TREESKvorylhlng for Orchard Lawn sail Uaidwi Catalogue on application No Agonts H Lexington Kentucky JttHH KILL wi COUGH AND CURE TH LUNC Dr Niw K U McRobena Drug Sots rutted U S rMK fruit an Ornamental F Hillo moYQl Sons DiICD fOR C8 BI fANY ALL THROAT ANlIUNI1I OVAAll II D A Oli OWYY YYUNDlnf M poeeaoeooehesc 1 eeeeeeeeo- Y weo eooenuo 5ssuuN i yt WITH kings Tw rr r t 5