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Fran Land of Now THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From lie Land of Now TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 1910 NUMBER 28 t r- I ti The s33JS33 33 0 S Let us make you prices can save you some money i We are head quarters2 for Galvanized roofing can p furnish on short notice Lancaster Ky IIagj tt AND r R n Ml1 D u ii Nh g r i I ljt J I t C I1Q 1 W It il a 3JM M Meo ej c I r 1 PIUMING tit 193LLUhii iTi HriqEir1it- l 1 Wi1 rieTiES we will sell the OKOMO 28 l2cts FOR SO DAIS Wire Fence- at ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky We want you to remember Gk Lily or White Jlouse when yon make your order thats why we are using this space I Garrard Milling Company I LANCASTER KENTUCKY 1 I l I I 1 J 1 I Ho O Z 1 a111 otoJ 10 1 I IJ 1 I I i 1111 I Jr I i 1 J IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi1IIIIIIIIIIII111111111 bl I r Wcatia i a 4 i r If i I f I x 1 Sale Declared Off Mr Booth Thompson who advertised his sale in last weeks issue of our has sold his arm privately to his brolher Mr R E Thompson for 830 00000 and will not have the sale This is one of the best farms in Gar rard county Mr Booth Thompson and family are thinking of going west but it is hoped that they remain here Chief Herron Makes Two Arrests On last Friday night Cheif Herron arrested Win Lewis col in Lincoln county who was wanted at Coving on Ky charged with stealing a horse Mr Herron took the negro to Cov ington Sunday and turned him over to the authorities at that place He also arrested Willie Yantiss a colored boy whose home is in Lancas tcrSundaywhowas wanted in Lincoln county charged with horse stealing He is accused of stealing a horse from Link Higgins col who lives near Jones recovered his horse last Friday The state offers a reward of fifty dollars for each horse theif convicted and if both of these are convicted Mr Herron will receive the rewards Council Meetin- gAt the regular Council meeting last Monday night the City Council passed an ordinance placing a one thousand dollar license on all soft drink stands where malt meade beerine and other similar drinks aresold The ordinance will go into effect from and after its publicationAn was also passed mak ing it a fine for any person to ride a bicycle velocipede or tricycle upon the sidewalks or pavements in the city A telephone franchise was and was rejected by the Council The Committee composed of Hons W I Williams J E Robinson and G B Swinebroad who were appointed to make a as to the telephone in this town and county made their report which was a good one and will be printed in the CENTAL REC ORD of next week Death Penalty The negro Shay Pellmau charged with criminally assaulting little Nan cy Rankin at Hubble some six weeks ago was tried in Stanford last week and the jury returned a verdict in flicting the death penalty A jury had to be summoned from Boyle as it was impossible to get one from Lincoln who had not expressed an opinion Only five witnesses testified Mrs Lee Rankin mother of the girl the little girl herself Mr Thomas Rankin aid Mr Huffman testified for the pro secution They made a very strong case against the negro Pellman took the stand for himself and denied every charge made against him Tbe case was argued by Commonwealths At torney Chas A and Attorney R H Tomlison the latter represent ing Pellman The jury was given the case at six oclock last Friday evening At 830 they had not reached an agreement so were allowed to sleep on the ques tion until Saturday morning when they returned the verdict at 1015 oclock Judge Walker refused to grant trial and the case will be appealedUnless anothertrial is granted Pell man will be electrocated at Ky in accordance with the new law adopted by the last legislature In the meantime on account of the presence of the mob spirit in Lincoln the negro has been taken to Lexington for safe keeping The date of execution has been fixed for December 10 His will be the first electrocution in Kentucky under the Unjust Criticism While in Stanford last week we heard a man say that he believed that the negro Shay Pellman would have been killed had it not been for the militia to protect him We quote be low an article that appeared in the Jast Saturdays Danville Advocate which shows what some people think or the Interior Journal for the unjust criticism it gave Judge Walker The fact that Judge Walker is a should notsubject him to criticism when he is endeavoring to do his duty He is severely arraigned by the Interior Journal because he out the soldiers to prevent Shay Pellman the biutal negro from being lynchedNobody knew better than the of Lincoln county that Penman was in danger of being mobbed they would not have spirited him away to Lebanon for safekeeping It was thought tnat the mob spiiit was so rampant that Pellman might be taken from the Lebanon jail and he was hurried away to Louisville There is some mystery about this sentiment dying out completely if the Interior Journal is to be believed exactly on the day that Pellman was If local officers could pro tecthim why was he not returned at once In fact why was he not brought back in the first place The Advocate is strongly opposed to the politics of Judge Walker but will always stand ready to commend him when he the law as be is sworn to do1 V I I I tanford introduced report Hardin anew Eddyville new jaw Stanford officers otherwise eve returned r N paper I conditions county alleged Republican called upholds I a HON CHAS A IJARDItf who will probably be the next Circuit Judge of this district Since the Hon Chas A Hardin announced through the press that he would he a for Circuit Judge of this district subject to the action of the party much comment has been observed favorable to his selection We copy a portion of the publication of his home paper the a man and citizen no one in this district stands higher in public estimation Fearless just concientious of clean pure life and high ideals the judicial temperament and poise should find in him easy and rapid Sprung from a race of lawyers of eminence in their profession Mr Hardin possesses a laudable ambition to excel as already manifested in his official career which becomes his pledge and guaranty of excellence in any position to which he may be called by the people I candidate HeraldAs development Democratic Hoozier Cotton sale still on at Bat sons this week The money for the teachers will not be ready until Oct 15th Miss Jennie Higyans To Argue Case Miss Cora Nance of Dayton ivy has been given permission to argue a case in which she is interested before the Court of Appeals This will be the first woman who ever appeared as an advocate in Kentuckys highest Court Daily Advocate The price of the Daily Advocate is S300 per year It is published every day except Sunday and is one of the best papers we think that comes into our office We have made with the Advocate whereby all of our subscribers can get the Advo cate for S20o per year Demand Eor Teachers The cry comes from the northwest especially from Washington and for more school teachers Those who go there marry so fast that the demand for female teachers is always greater than the supply This may be a scheme to get pretty school marms to come to those states by stating the possibilities If so it is a pretty good one At any rate some or them will try it especially those whose charms have not been fully recognixed at home Good teachers are in demand everywhere however while women from which to select wives are as thick as leaves in Vallombrosa W P Walton in Lexington Herald Ewell Will Not Rnu The leading Republicans of Eighth Congressional district headed by Collector Ludlow F Petty of Sheloyville created much interest when they began mobilizing at the Gilder House in Danville shortly be fore noon last Saturday Numerous conferences were held and leaders in squads were observed discussing ab sorbing topics Latter in the day announcement was made that R L Ewell recently nomi nated to make the race for congress on the Republican ticket against Harvey Helm the Democratic nominee had formally wsthdrawn from the race His withdrawl was accepted Hon Hugh Miller circuit court clerk of Rockcastle county was to make the race against Helm He is a well known Republican leader but he cant down the Hon Harvey Helm Jwige Bwiside Badly Hut Judge R A Burnside was probaly fatally injured in a street car accident In Cincinnati on Monday evening His skull was fractured he received several internal injuries and he concussion of the brain It is said that he had just left a car on Warsaw avenue and was crossing the track to the other side of the street when the car coming from tbe other direction struck him He was uncinscious and was moved to the City hospital where medical aid was given and his wounds dressed His daughter Miss Bertha left on the early train Wednesday morning and a message from her this morning states that the Judge is doing nicely and has been removed to a private hospital where every being paid him He will be remov ed to his home here as soon as he is able to make the trip Judge Burnside is a good man and is said to be one of the most polite men in Lancaster He has many friends and every one is very much grieved over the sad accident and hope that be will soon fully recover arrangements the suffered knocked Thursday attentions J I Oregon nominated telegraphic For nice six room dwelling with two acres of ground Appy at this office 107tf Garrard Milling Co Mr H S Riddleburger has sold his one third interest in the Garrard Mil ling Co to Mr F G Hurt price pri vate The mill is now owned by Messrs Gregory Champ and Hurt j and all three are fine business men The mill is already a succass and the i flour and meal is very much compli mented Mr Riddleberger has not decided what he will do but it ishoped that he will engage in business in Lancaster The Alma Kellner Case Joseph Wendling charged with the murder of little Alma Kellner last December appeared in the Criminal j Court of Jefferson county last Mon day and plead not guilty Wendlings attorneys moved to set aside the indictment and filed demurr ers to the charges contained therein and the Court set a motion for hearing next Saturday The attorneys fir Wendlingalso moved to have the case moved to United States Court for trial I on the ground that he is an alien and j in entitled to a jury six members of which shall not be citizens of the United State Public Sale Several Tracts of Land In order to wind up the estate of the late O T Wallace we Will SELL to the HIGHEST bidder on the prem SAT OCT 15 1910 At 2 Oclock the following property Location At Point Leavell on the L N Railroad between Richmond and Lancaster and at the intersection of the Richmond and Lancaster and Hammack pike 5 miles east of Lan caster Ky The property will be sold separately in the following order 1st Tract 16722 acres with the improvements consisting of 10 room modern frame dwelling large barn and all necessary outbuildings fine orchard fronts on the pike 50 acres bluegrass 30 acres in corn balance in clover and timothy Very fertile soil 2nd Tract 3402 acres of unim proved land adjoining theabove fronts on pike all in grass beautiful build ing site 3rd acres at the rail road station with three room store building thereon Adjoins 1st tract 4th Tract 518 acres fronting on piKe with small dwelling thereon TERMS 13 cast January 1st 1911 remainder in equal payments of one two and three years with lien notes bearing 6 per cent interest Posses sion January 1st 1911 This STRICTLY an ABSOLUTE SALE without RESERVE BYBID or We stake our reputation on the fact that the person WHO BIDS LAST GETS THE This is a magnificent farm and we have prepared a circular letter giving desrciption of the property in detail which we will be pleased to send any one on request Dent fail to attend this sale We are ready to show the farm anytime Sale will be held rain or shine HUGHES and SWINEBBOAD Beal Estate Agents Lancaster Ky COL I M SaleA r I OF ises on j Tract345 I I I PROPERTY DUN LIMIT Auctioneer x t i ITSSATURDAY ENDS li f To every purchaser of the South Bend Malleable Range this week only we will absolutely FREE a 750 set of Cooking Utensils HASELDEN BROTHERS 1 Just received a Car Load of IH American Fence Ircl 28 12cts per rod for 30 days i J R Mount Son Co I E iBL Ii Ii give rJE rtlmr l j mfIJElfigx l ilSfiJ8iiW I I IISm rill I m sr i S J o Your Husband Will BeUnwilling to have you go back to ordinary flour once he has tasted the delicious bread cakes baked from aV4 I WHITE SWAN FLOURW- hy not try a sack of it The result will please him and you too The cost of White Swan Flour is no more than that of common Flour Try a sack your next order Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 u UAZYSi Please call and pay your subscrip tion forThe Central Record We need the money Good Work of Crow It is estimated that one crow will destroy 100000 insects every year Quite a number of the people are partaking of the hospitality of Hasel den Bros at their Malleable Range They are serving coffee chips and biscuits exhibit potato iifj t rtK Y All persons having claims against the estate of Thos Aostia decd wilt present too same to the understated properly verified on or before 1st 1910 and all parties iadebted to said estate will call oa take aider signed aad pay at once aad ABate Awtift IeIice KacbelPAla Thin Ulle November 1y 1 May i Se3NtL lJICEiriXx r- rL 4 t y r- r m We cordially invite you to call and see our immense line of FURNITURE ffi p J 1 0 jLJ I 0 PV E I 11 I1i 1311 F G r U Tlot It L LaLl LeI Y Il Ji i vS- d U Jrrrr7 FALL t T y r M marketSr KF t a- cli CENTRAL HECOIIIIXCO- KPOUATED ISSUED WEEKLY JlOO A YEAR From The Land Of Sovf GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Entered at the OjScc Lnamatr Ky as SecondGats Mail Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky October 7 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 Fir State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET lon COXGUESS Harvey Helm of Lincoln County ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hon Charles A Hardin a candidate foi Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial at the November election 1911 subject to the action of the party We Will CMUMM Tben The editor of the Record is a and this paper will support the regular nominees of the democratic party It matters not who may be the candidate or canidates for the opposing party We believe in party loyalty and that consistency is a Jewell in politics as well as in other relations of life Our good friend Editor Sauf ly of the Journal seemingly to stand the application of this princi ple would have us waging war upon our brother Judge L L Walker in the he should be the repub lican candidate for Circuit Judge We have a bit of pride in the fact that Judge Walker is making good upon the Circuit bench and that he well qualified and is apparently pleasing the majority of the citizens all over the district and so long as his official conduct is in our judgement of such an efficient and honorable we will continue to commend him for it as we will all public officers who fairly conscient iously and honor ably do their dutyof whatever political faith they may be While this paper will support only democratic nomi nees We will wage war on no officer not excepting our brother Judge Walker As Ti State Primaries There was one thing about the state primary of 1907 There was not a single question raised as to the fairness of the from Down wniie the State convention of 1899 was charac terised with the greatest frauds In a primary election the people name the ticket while in a convention the politicians nameit The primary is growing in popular favor everywhere We nominate neatly all of our county and distiict officers in that way then why not the State Officers a lit tie bard on the candidates it is true but we believe that it is better for the party If we could return to the fair ness which used to characterise the conventions of years ago we would pre for the convention but just as certain as we call one witb five candidates for Governor in the field there will be a row and a lot of sore spots We can have convention after tbe primary and make a platform as is done in Georgia Eiizabethtown news lion B L Ewell gave as life excuse for withdrawing from stoaal race that his eyes were weak in Mat and District Democratic democrat Interior event that i character honorable nomination Itis a I I 1 Post s f I Y miSUnd 1 i r tY x governor r thedong vTs f FEI err yes land he wasnt well enough to make the race against Hon harvey Helm what wade him feel seems that he was in oo1 condition he first was nouiicauid O Ill tell you was the news from Maine that made hint sick Iltlm will make his present opponent sick We understand that Mr Dudley has closed his hup joint on depot street since the ordinance was passed a 1000 license What will other Hop joint do We were asked out to lunch several times this week Haselden brothers are giving free lunch to all who call at their store School Notes Friday Sept 30 closed the school month of this year The work has beer quite good attendance and deportment excellent The mental plan in the High School is meeting with the success which we Teachers can du better work and pupils consequently fullow the work with increased interest Reports of the first months work have been sent to the parents We trust thatthese reports will be read and if grades not entirely satisfactory we should parents to see that their children study at night i The Honor Roll is made up of those students whose average class work is 90 per cent and above if their deport meat is not below 90 per cent Those entitled to enrollment this month are Primer Grade Lula Anderson j ii Cox Gertrude Conn Judith Daniels Johnetta Farra Francis Grant Jane Haselden Cecil Henry Hester Lamb George Lawson Rebekah Siler Eliza beth Terrill John William Tinder First Grade Christine Brown Stella Brown Loucile Ballon Eugene Crooke Gregory Porter Scott Hudson Robert Hagan Ida Murphy Elizabeth Middleton Eugen ia Muss Isabelle Tenill Elisha Car rier Loveone Dickuuson Minnie Jen nings Ezra Pollard Raymond Peao man Bettie Respjss Walker Robin son Russell Sanford Bessie Smith Ludeila Peace Second Grade Thelma Hamilton Josephine Burnside Lillian Estes Mitchell Tinder Ricnard Boyle Mary Brown Bradford Williams Third Bell Romans Clayton Mono Bernice Champ Pravther Kathleen Bratton Bowman Grant Pearl Dickeusou Aii na Britton Doss Collier Johnston George Swinebroad Margaret Cook Fourth Grade James Siler John Harvey Ester Mildred Beasley ma Henry Christine Sanders Ruth Carrier Robinson Cook Florence Ac ton Meriyn Washer Val Cook Fifth Grade Charlie Emore Georgia Moss Sallie Cox Nellie Cox Lucy Pollard Will Rice Amon liam Kavauaugb Nancy Lee Hagan Harry Brown Vanetta Spoonamore Alice Rigney Sixth Grade Dalton Rich Susie Conn Joe Harris West Seventh Grade Mae Powell Ora Praytber Palma Johnston Florence Johnson Eighth Grade Jennie Lawrence Helen Robinson Jennie Cox Ninth Grade Mary Clay Williams Cora Perkins Bernie Lear Mary Johnstone Patsy Kinnaird Lucien Grant Mamie Calico Mary Holtzclaw Helyn Young Tenth Grade Kate Holtzclaw Mattie Adams Frank Tinder We submit also the enrollment and attendance by grades Grade Boys Girls Attendance Primer First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth 94 per ct 96 96 97 96 y 2 J r I I I I lIt it Mr creating the deport I expected carefully like fur r Ruth Austin Bland Mattie Lee Cochran Sallie GradeCarrie Vivian H n Wil 12 24 10 17 II 11 13 1 19 12 15 II 11 12 98 II 15 96 II 6 12 94 17 13 97 Co 17 95IIi 2 4 99 U I wean Stfir 13 7 10 Tenth i Eleventh 40 97 Twelfth 99 have been fewer cases of tard iness this month than we have ever known noweverthcfirst rade only grade with not a single mark against any member of the class This class therefore will be given a half holiday sometime soon D W Bridges Supt From An Electricians Note Book On the Indianapolis motor speed way a 5ton gasoline commercial truck at tamed the speed of 2G miles an hour carrying 9000 lbs of grave in sacks Of thirty electric meters recently tested by the Public Service Commis of New York ore ran t o fast two were slow and the rest were within ie legal limit of accuracy Wireless is being successfully used on r ships Steam heat by electricity will be used to heat the cars for the Pennsylvania tunnel trains next win ter A hydroelectric plant of 9000 h p capacity is being completed in North ern Italy The New Hampshire state prison has discarded candles and installed electric lights A n electro magnet was recently used to lish a broken steel drill from the bottom of a 500 foot driven well The magnet not only brought up the brok en drill but all the metal particles or borings which were in hole Small electric lights are fast dis placing all other illuminants on auto mobiles A touch of the finger turns the electric lights on or oil At the Denver electric show it was demonstrated how the atmosphere of a city might be kept pure by the use of Ozonizers Wireless telephoning from a moving train has been successfully accomplish ed in England One can appreciate the greatness of the General Electric Company nectady by the fact that there are 835 telephones in different parts of the plant of which 410 are located in the office building The average number of calls of city a working day is G51 One days records show 18 9JG factory calls with 917 toll calls The total number of calls that day was 20 2G9 The maximum number of for any onehalf hour the same day was 1392 and the minimum 240 is developing all kinds of elec trical conveniences Railways are springing up in all parts of the water powers are being harnessed and the current is being applied to all the industries Nearly all of the lar her towns and cities now enjoy elec tric lights Sample records taken from express deliveries by electric vehicles show for a 1000 bound Dally mileages from 30 to over 50 making from 30 to 185 stops and deliveries and in 37 days an aggre gate of 1 751 miles twoton wagons showed records of 32 to 47 miles with from 125 to 180 deliveries This un doubtedly exceeds twice the amount of work airood team of horses could do Electricity will aid the development of the Mattagami mines in the Cobalt region The telephone is growing in favor among the Cubans x The largest single telephone ex change in the world is said to be in Hamburg Germany Reaching The Top in any calling of life demands a vigor ous bode and a keen brain without health there is no success But Bitters is the Health Builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and en riches the blood tons and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of your dally work After months of suffering from Kidney Troublewrites W man of Cushing bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man50c at R E McRoberts and Son im MoundCity Paints may cost a trifle morebull C C J E Stormes 0 y 1 2 II is r genera tad I at stab tus Italy I country I Electric I ihere tt lard ion Set ca greatest M Sh M three 1e err UNION Miss Lizzie Murpliey has entered college at Berea Mrs R M McQuerry who has been very low with fever is reported some better MrsC W Murphoy and daughter Miss Rosa were the guest of Mrs Em ma White last Saturday Miss Peavine Clark of Cartersvile was the guest of her sister Mrs Mag gin McQuerry last week Mr R F Parson overseer of the dirt roads at this place deserves much credit for putting the roads in such jocid condition Kills a Murderer A merciless murderer Is dicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prev ention They gently stimulate liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation Headache Billi ousness Chills 25c at E E and Son 1m BUCKEYE Mr Ollie Bogie sold to Jesse Hill a ware price 00 Mr A C Miles sold a number of cattle the past weekprice ranging from 4 75 to 85 00 per hundred Arrived at the home of Mr Geonre Ray a daughter on the 2Sult Mrs Nick Schooler and daughter Lina of Madison was with Mr and Mrs Jasper Noel Friday Mrs Will n of Lagrange has been the recent guest of Mrs Hiram RayDr G M Heudron attended the Physicians Medical Society at the past week Mrs is visiting her Mrs L L Sanders of Crab Mr and Mrs Linsey Ray spent a few days last their sou bert Ray of Madison Good Way to Use Hyomei for Catarrh Besides bieathing through the in haler a few times a day sufferers write that they find inhaling pronounce it Iliirhome from a bowl of steaming water each night before retiring a great aid ill curing stubborn cases Try it its very simple gives quick relief and makes you breathe easier Fill a bowl half full of boiling water pour into the water a teaspoonful of HYOMEI cover head and bowl with towl and breathe through nose and mouth the pleasant medicated and healing vapor that arises This method relieves the stulllness at once and makes your head feel fine You can get a bottle of HYOMEI at druggists everywhere or at R E McRoberts Son for only 50 cents Ask for a extra bottle HYOMEI Ln halent Bear in mind that a HYOMEI cut fit costs 100 But as stated before if you already own un inhaler a bottle of HYOACEI costs but 50 cents j HYOMEI is guaranteed by B IE McRoberts Son and druggist every where to cure catarrh sore thoat coughs colds asthma and croup or money back Try it on that basis Stomach dosing never cured catarrh and never will HYOMEI directly reaches the inflamed membrane kills the germs and soothes and heals the inflamation Write for free trial bot f tie of to Booths Hyomei Cu York J ORDINANCE The City Council of the City of Lan caster ordain as follows It shall be unlawful for any person toride a bicy cle velocipede or tricycle upon the sidewalks or ia the city and any person violating any of the provi sions of this Jaw be not less than one dollar or more ttian ten 10 dollars Logan Major IV W Me Roberts tatty Glerkrj f s B I r n stomach I 150 AlIt Lexington Nora Teater sister Orchard weep with ViI II catarrh- s IJ YO TIE antiseptic t J generous HY MEt J t pavements T I J r r t Appa i many S Buffalo New krill fined H b Blood Poison Cured by the Marvel of the Cenlary B B B Tested For 30 Years Drives out blood poison in any stage permanently without delay mercury with pure To prove it we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE If you have Ulcers Eating Sores Itching Humors Swellings Mucus Patches Bone Pains offensive plan pies or Eruptions take B B B Buton ic Blood Bam All symptoiis heal quickly Blood is rnjiclt pure and rich completely changing the entire body into clean healthy condition heal every sore and stopping all aches pains and itching curing the wont case t blood poison DRUGGISTS or by ex press SI PER LARGE BOTTLE with directions for home cure SARI PLES SENT FREE by writing Blued Balm Co Atlanta Ga trounlo and free medical advice given Sold by F P UUYANTSTILLS Mrs Margaret Parr of Indiana ac companed her sister Mrs Fannie home and will remain several weeks visiting friends and relatives Mrs W L Wolfiilk and daucb tern Misses Annie Lee and Margar et of Lexington attended the birthdav dinner of Miss layme Ballard last Friday Miss Ballard is much improved in health to the delight of her many friends Dr Elliott and Dr Rose attended the State medical association at last week Mrs Carrie Moss and daughter Jose fphine of were with Mrs G C Becker Sunday Florence Ballard has been vi i two in Crab Orchard Mrs Bettie Rice of Shelby viile visi ted her cousin Logan Ison last week Miss Elizabeth Bryant was with her parents Saturday and Sunday Mesdames V7 R Powell and John Meekin of Nicholasville were west of Mrs Will Dickerson and other rela lives last week Forced To Leave Home Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs aresore and rack eel with coughs are urged to go to an climate But this is costly and jot always sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discovery cure you at homelt cured me of lung trouble writes W R Nelson of Cala mine Ark when all else failed and 1 gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to it Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles hoc and SlOO Trial bottle free at R E McRoberts and Son 1m BUENA VISTA Mr and Mrs Jesse Rogers are receiv congratulations upon the the rival of a son on the 28inst Mr J J Poor is visiting relatives at Stanford and Maysville Mrs John Duncan who has been quite ill is no better at this writeing Robert Ruble and Ralph Scott are taking a business course at Danville Miss Artie Johnson is with Mrs Wi liam Johnson near Danville Mrs Gutley and little son of Burgin were guests of of Mrs John Johnson last week Mrs Geo Barnet is sick i Miss Blanche Askins of Ambrose is the guest of the family of J W As kips Mr and Mrs J K Daujiherty and j family of Lexington and Miss Eliza oeth Christopher of Indiana are the guests of Mr and Mrs J T Christo pher Mr and Mrs R P Ison of McCreary are of J and family Mrs Bessie Ison is the guest of S N lion and family 4 G I I a J j Describe Jour FRI DIE Bryant I f I Lexington I nan Irs I It I al- I J r 1 FE rn WAskins m but oulcal ingredients max i her r tog guests All wagon look pretty much alike finished punted and varnished Hoir are you going to know what sort of timber Is I UNDER THE PAINT E Even if you were a wagon expert you couldnt tell I There is only one way Buy a wagon built by a maker you know is reliable For nearly sixty years the House of Studebaker has main tamed a reputation for building the best wagons made and for absolutely honest dom llde t11 hen f r ram t When you know you can depend on the I tliBfJtLLj Vtby Jake chances wiili any other We saland guarantee the Studebaker Lancaster Ky Why not buy milk from the Dairy P R E S H MILK delivered at your door twice a da- yS W MOSSPhone 190 I JIii O o t f tT e k L Co1l f Cc OPA Wyiv0 F t1 METAL SHINGLESL- aid 20 years ago are as good as new today and have never needed repairs Think of it What other roofing will last as and look as well Theyre fireproof stormproof and very easily laid atingf dirt or inconvenience For prices and other detailed information apply to James T Hill Agent or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa Take a I C long I They can be laid right over wood shingles if necessary without ere rrItl rtJiJr ri1i DIAIF L rJ 7JL- c Codak you J with I and let me it I have Ifur- nish just bought a nice assort ment and also supplies John McRoberts Lancaster Kentucky i 1 J lt Successful Was Our Superb Showing Of Ladies Ready Garments on our opening dates last Friday and Saturday that we have decided this Season shall be one grand con tinious opening We issue a standing invitation to our many patrons and friends to inspect our UpToDate line of LADIES READYTOWEAR GARMENTS throughout the entire season The Joseph Mercantile CompanyKENTUCKY 1 r 1 a LWW ISo I To Wear 1 I I Ii C m 1 LAIVCASTER rGossip About 1 People I Goings lyThose W Mr W J Romans was iu Louisville this week on business Mrs James P Prather leaves to day for several weeks stay in Illinois Miss Helen Bayers of Rockcastle is visiting friends in this county Mrs Clarence Stuckev of has been visiting Lancaster friends Mrs J E C unch of Somerset is TJjiiist her sister SIis J M Mmut Mr Ward of Minenla Texas is visiting his brother 3Ir AY II Ward Miss John Eva Hilton of Stanford is with her sister Miss Susie Hilton Mesdames John Lynn and James Lynn of Stanford are with Mrs John MountDr Mrs A S Price of Stanford were visitors of Mr and Mrs Ed Price J Ira Holtzclaw is at home from a stay at the Appalachian Exposition Knoxville Mrs Horace Herndon has been the recent guest of Mrs J C Hays of StanfordMiss Kate Singleton has re turned from u visit to Richmond and Mrs Martha Turner of Nashville is visiting her daughter Mrs Eliz abeth McCarley Mrs Frank I Marksbary and sister Miss Morrow were visitors in lloyls capital Mjnday- JI ss Angie Kinnaird of the D and P Institute Danville was at home Saturday and Sunday Mrs Miry Letcher of Nicholasville Is here fur a visit to Mesdames E L Chvsley and W R Cook Mrs Joanna Ball is at home from a visit to her daughter Mrs Ernest Bo hun Campbell of Stanford Mesdames Fountain Rice and Ballew of Richmond have been guest of Mrs Edna Francis Miss Margaret Arnold of the Madi son Female Institute was with her par cuts for aseveral days visit Mesdames S C Denny and J H recent visitors of Mrs John S Baughinan of Danville Miss Frankie Kauffman is at home from a visit to her grandmother Mrs Nary Kauffman of llustonville Mrs W S Grinstead and daughter Miss Antoinette of Falmouth were Mrs Annie Singletonsguests Sunday Mrs Author Hubbard has returned to her borne in Covington after a pleas ant visit to her cousin Mrs John E StormesMesdames Alexander Kennedy and Hanks Hudson and children were vis itors in Harrodsburg and Danville the past week Mrs Noah Spainhower is at home from the Gibson Hospital at Rich mond after a successful operation for appendicites Harry Tomlinson accompained mother Mrs R II Tomlinson to Lex ington Friday where she will again be aTI I A Brief fentoa of the and la Louisv I I E I bUn ay XiclwlasiIlc Elsie Beazley were his b55Y Corn sg Are l forested 1 lle i George I under treatment Mss Margaret Shugars is in visiting friends Miss Dodo Bourne will leave shortly for a visit to Lexington friends Mrs Brown uf Florida has been vis iting Rev C C Brown and family Miss Annie Herndon is in Lexington visiting Mr and Mrs Leslie Herndon Rev and Mrs C C Brown were with friends in Danville the past weekMrs Jones of Williamstown is here for a visit to Mrs Am Bourne and familyMrs Nora Sehrivner of Cynthiana is the guest of her niece Mrs J W Sweeney v Miss Maud Forbes of Detroit Mich is with her Miss Susie Hilton for a visit B D Herndon of Lawrenceburg has joined his wife and little son here for a visit Dr Y G Kinnaird left Wednesday for Louisville where he will attend Medical College Miss Eina Mison has returned from- a visit to Dr James Letcher and family of Danville Mrs O P Bush and little son leave Friday for a ten days visit to Mrs Emma Bush of Richmond Miss Jane Duty leaves soon for a visit to her friend Mrs Louis H West in Washington City Mesdames Alex Walker W T West and R T Embry motored to the Blue Grass capital Thursday R L Hagan left Tuesday for Well ington Kansas and Oklahoma City with the prospect of locating MrsJ B Collier leave the first of next week for a visit to her sister Mrs Wm Jones of Winchester Mrs Walter Hammack and Miss Eliza Rucker of Paint Lick were visi tors of Mrs Wm Champ Tuesday Mrs Lucy Catron and Mrs John Tate of Somerset are axpected to day to visit their sister Mrs Ben Ham Miss Bessie Prather and Miss Sebastin have returned from a visit to Mrs O A Hendren of Cottonburg Mrs J B Soper and sitter Miss Minnie Gulley spent Thursday in Lex ington with their sister Mrs Green Miss Margaret Hurt and Miss Molhe Spainhower entertained Mr Tom Bal lard and Sam Johnson Jr Wednesday night Mrs Hendren and Miss Knapp West were visitors this week at the State Sunday School Convention at Win chester Mrs R E Henry entertained at a sumptuous dining Thursday in honor of Mesdames Miles and Bowers of El doroda Ark Mesdames John Nevieus of Lebanon Junction and Lester of Stan ford have been recent guests of Mrs R II Batson Mesdames Mattie Duncan and E C Gaines go to Winchester Thursday Oct iith to attend the state Sunday School Convention Rev C C Brown and O P Bush at tended the Sunday School Convention in Stanford Saturday and both made interesting addresses Mrs Martha Turner and Miss Margaret Siler will friend I I I I I will I I Hilton Winchester Scotia granddaughter leave shortly for a visit to Mrs J T Pettus of Springfield Mrs W L Lawson gave a sumptu ous dining at her handsome home on Lexington Street in honor of MrF Martha Turner of Nashville Mrs James at home from a pleasant visit to Mrs Samuel Miller of Knoxville where she also er juyed the Appalachine Exposition Misses Delia and Fannie Tinder of the Richmond Normal School were with their parents Elder and Mrs F M Tinder for a several days visit Mr Thomas Brackett of this coun ty and Miss Estelle Yocum of Lincoln were united in marriage at the home of the bride on Thursday Sept 29th Miss Jane Doty and Mrs W O Rig ney entertained their Sunday School classes Snnday evening at the home of ths latter The hours were from two to four Mrs R H Batson entertained at 6 oclock dinner Thursday in honor of Young and Mr Zan Mur phy of Panama The refreshments were most delightful and were served in coursesMr McClelland Johnston was called to Battle Creek Mioh to see his sister Mrs Belle Burnside who is reported not improving as fast as was hoped she would Mr and Mrs Alex Walker Misses Bettie Robinson and Katie Simpson had a most delightful auto trip througn the famous Blue Grass section including Richmond GeorgetownVer sailles and Lexington Mesdames Mattie P Frisbie and Fred P Frisbie and Miss Mary Doty leave October 11th for the state U D C Convention in the city of Louisville A three days session will be held and a large and enthusastic gathering will assemble and do honor to the fallen braveMr Courtland Looney who has been holding a position as typographical artist in The Advocate plant has his position to accept a similar place with The Central Record at Lancaster He is a model young man and a flrstclass Advocate Teachers Association The Teachers Association of educa tional division number four convened at Mt Tabor Baptist Church Oct i 1910 which was called to order by vice president Stella McWhorter and the following programme rendered Devotional exercises by Prof F O Clark of Berea The rural problems Prof John Cal fee Berea Music Solo by Mrs E Anderson The need of Interest in rural work Jesse Baird NOON Purpose of the association Supt Jennie Higgins Recital Miss Mamie McWborter Punishment in rural schools Mrs J A ArnoldHow teach agriculture in rural schools Prof F O Clark The daily preparation of teachers Miss Ida Hurt How to secure an extended term of school Miss Maude Spainhour How to study Miss Marion Ledford Reading Miss McCann Recital Miss Susie Ledford Civios Jesse Baird Ari Prof John vote of thanks was extended to Proffessors Clark Calfee for the much I I A Royston is I Miss Ossie workerDanville h attic Calfee- A resigned Ice Cream Soda Water CocaCola Phos phates Grape Juice Tf And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers at F R I S B I E S TORE 1 rnrr0mrar ffiJ ra ijlJBli i I g JiI1JiI 1 1 DRUG valued assistance rendered by them also the citizens for the splendid hos pitality and the killing of the fatted lamb which was enjoyed by all The association was honored with a fine audience Although several teach ers failed to respond we feel that were there realize more ful ly the importance of their position they are filling and will resume their work witbgreuewed energy Stella McWhorter V P Jesse Baird Sec FAIR EXCHANGE A New Back For an Old it is Done in Lancaster The back aches sometimes with a dull indescribable feeling making you weary and restless piercing pains shoot across the region of the kidneys and again the loins are so lame that to stoop is agony No use to rub or to apply a plaster to the back in this condition You cannot reach the cause Exchange the bad back for a new and stronger one Follow the example of this Lancaster citizen Mrs Ellis New Danville Pike Lancaster Ky says I feel grateful to Doans Kidney Pills in return for benefit they have brought in my fam ily My back was very lame and there was a constant pain at the base of my spine Doans Kidney Pills went at once to the root of my trouble and relieved me Another member of my family was bothered by attacks of lumbago and at times this persons back was so weak and lame that walk ing was difficult Doans Kidney Pills brought relief in this case just as quick ly as they did in mine I have not the slightesthesitation in recommend ing Doans Kidney Pills as I know they live up to all the claims made for them jU vFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostcrMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the no other YOULL FIND IT IN TINS COLUMN Fresh oyster Zimmers Call 17 forfresh oysters R Zimmer Exchange Oct things to eat Vj 100 cash Lots of good 9 305t R L Elkin Bazaar and exchange Dec 2nd and 3rd Orders taken for cakes and articles Circle 9309t FOR SALE A repotted pony 18 months old LvE Herron Amateur and printing neatly done Kodaks repaired 9292t C B Bastin Tel 225 Wanted a salesman for this and surrounding counties With first class goods no tions and pants 107tf David Ades I am in the market at all times for fat and mules also for horses See me or phone 95 before you sell k W B Burton HavIng Hugo Rioter Lad from the bead of Crawford Bros herd of we offer his ser vice at 500 at leap with privilige of returning cow Walker Bros Point Leavell Ky Fine New Automobile Tires cheap not made goods Save you 50 per cent oil tire cost Any style bead 28x212 60S30x31375 30x312 1780 32x3 12S8 9034x3 12S1960 30x421 70 31x4 22 00 32x4390 34x42680 34x4 1583170 15 per cent additional Tubes 15 per cent less tHan standard prices No shoddy goods Prompt shipments C O D allowing examination 5 per cent dis count for cash with order GEYER SALES CO Dayton Ohio OneHow T S I nameDoansandt- ake r I I I am Jersey bull for rutting purchased pure StLamberts unlops I those who entirely 9th ircle standing y fancy developing traveling nishing trust For ft Georgia yellow pine 4 by 4 by 16 M Farra Pelgrimage Tobacco Company No Fjjjie Entire stock at cost forcash 923 tf R Hagan Notice The Taxes for 1910 are now due I order to save the rush lateron come in and settle same 9lG4t Sheriff Closing Out Sale Having to change location ceries and Shoes tf R L Hagan Farm For Safe 102 acres well improved handsome baick residence wu eight rocrn one mile from Bryantsville on the Lexington pike Address 9 2 8t G T Higginbothm FARM FOR SALE I am offering for sale privatelymy farm of 104 34 acres situated on the Walker turnpike one and one half miles from Manse Ky is cultivation Has nea good stock Water and good cistern bf the best and must productive farms in the county and will sell at a bargain if sold in next 30 days Call on or writeG P Terrill Lancaster Ky A Good Position Can be had by ambitious young men and ladies in the field of Wireless or telegraphy Since the 8hour law became effective and since the Wireless companies are establishing stations throughout the country there is a great shortage of telegraphers Positions pay beginners from 70 to 90 per month with good chance of advancement The National Tele graph Institute operates six official institutes in America under supervi sion of R R and Wireless Official and places all graduates into positions It will pay you to write them for full details at Cincinnati 0 or Philadel phia Pa 995t What A Famous Editor Says The editor of the TaylorTrotwood Magazine wrote to one of his friends these words You me to notify you f I saw an opportunity for a safe have it for you I never knew until now what a good opportun ity for a money making investment this magazine afforded You asked me to let you in on the ground floor and I am doing so This same opportunity is given all who desire to be a stock holder and a Life Subscriber to the Taylor Trot wood Magazine One share of stock par value 1000 and a perpetual to the magazine both for 1000Let us have your order now ThIs opportunity is limited Write Publishing Co Private Sale Having decided to locate in the West I wish to sell my place of about 24 acres situated on Back Creek near Stony Point school house on Rich mond and Lancaster dirt road five miles from Lancaster 15 acres good bottom land splendid tobacco land good orchard apples peaches and plums the best of well water on ru ral route fronts road 200 yards from school house good five room house and other buildings at the of four roads mile from rail road also chickens turkeys and other fowls One good harness mare one good milk cow with first calf and household and kitchen furniture and i somefarming tools You can pay for this place in two years with tobacco Will give you easy payments Mrs TabithaC Doty 966t Lancaster KT Sale30000 I John j sale q I I G 1JaIlard I I will sell at anft les for Icash my entir Gro I923 4 J I 14 j Iwell improved n I h state of 5 room ut ildirgs two anus 25 ac Plenty I This is t IRailway I asked J InvestmentI I subscription TaylorTrotwood 1 I I l j Call ori i din r decided t an St st ry gds l Tli farm nd neg dwelling and tobacco of one I intersection SFr xk TOP Buying childrens Shoes where it takes two or three pairs to wear the children through the winter BUY AT BflTSONS Where one pair lasts the boys a whole year OCT 4 TO 14 GREATEST IN THE WORLD STAKES 85000 PURSES 21000 Futurity 3000 Tennessee 5000 Futurity Great 205 Trot 5000 Transylvania Great 202 Pace Tuesday Oct 4 Tuesday Oct 4 Wednesday Oct 5 Wednesday Oct 5 Thursday Oct 6 Friday Oct 7 Championship Stake Monday Oct 10 3000 Cup Stake Monday Oct 10 Thirty Other Sensational Races One Fare II RaMs f I I I II- tl III 1 II r II II II III ir r J Lexington Trots 10000 Daily Concerts fiI- iCI CIEI IiF- J I I I II EII EI BE of the weather or of the good nature ofyour Stop in and order your coal now while the In eDendent I f neighbors I thermometer is high and the price low The man who waits till frost to order his coal pays good and plenty for his delay A wise man will order now Lancaster Lumber MYg Ci iJ 1 ANNOUNCEMENT J H Baughmans Horse and mule exchange at his home just sold in Stanford Ky Sold out to do more business and not to quit business I have just returned with 5 car loads of mares and geldings of all sizes from Shetland ponies to half draft mares 1 to 5 years old that will weigh 1200 to 1400 when matured just the khie to raise high priced mules this I know from actual experience 15 Yearling 14 to 12 Draft Fillies 20 2yearold 14 to 12 Draft Mares 40 3 to 5yearold 11 to 12 Draft Mares 10 3 to 4yearold 14 to 12 Draft Geldings 10 General Purpose Geldings 20 General Purpose Mares 30 Branded Ponies and Several Shetland Ponies I will close ou or put into all unsold These horses and mares were bought in Illinois Missouri and Montana and twothirds of them were branded but were raised under fence and will handle kind and gentle PRICES FROM I5rto 200 I will close out or put into winter quarters all unsold by Nov 15 preparatory to going to Atlanta to engage in the mule business until April 15 1911 Will then return and prepare for my annual sale of Mules and Broodmares to be held next September As I ony bought these to eat a surplus of will exchange any of them for any other stock to graze especially mules arid cattle Am always in the market for highclass mules and cattle J H BAUGHMAN Phone 46 and 1 16 Stanford Kentucky GREATEST EVER HELD IN THE SOUTH Knoxville Tom Sept 12 to Oct 12 Magnificent and Mammoth Buildings More to see Amuse than Ever Offered at Southern Exposition 810000 in Purses for Running and Trotting Races 10000 in Aerial Exploitation by machines of Wrhrht Brothers Strobel and other Aeronauts See the Air Ships 825000 in Matchless Fireworks Grand Battle of the Cloudsand Pains Fall of Prompeii r- Mulhalls Famous Wild West and 25 Other Shows of Greatest Bands in all America REMEMBER THESE SPECIAL DATES Livestock and Races Sep ember 1217 Night Horse Show September 131415 Bench Show September 222324 Pigeon and Pet Stock Show September 27 to October 1 Poultry Show October 512 Wright Brothers Air Ship Days September 2229 Stroebels Dirigible Balloon Every Day September 12 to Oct 12 Pains Fire Works Every Evening Septeuiber 12 to October 12 Battle of the Clouds September iJ24 Fall of Pompei September 26 to October 1 Admission to grounds 50cts in Day After 6 p m 25cts Special railroad rates every day and remarkably low rates to Knoxville and return on Tuesday and Thursdays as follows LAXCASTEU S365 STANFORD 8350 JUNCTION CITY 370 SEE THIS GREAT EXPOSITION W J OLIVER PRESIDENT CT OF winter quarters grass r II Appalachian Exposition I I I I I I r I j Not 11 I 1eo I I eo 1 I I L At I S t My Farm of Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further particu lars write me N H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky COAL CHEAP We are handling best brands of coalBLACK BEAR RED ASH JELLICO and Blue Gem Block and Nut Also BENNETTJELIJCO You will find our prices cheaper for quality than other dealers Coal 10 to I4C per Bushel at yard or on cars Anyone want ing will very close as cheap as yottcan buy from the mixes u Eggs IScCasli T StREET FOR 166 j 7 load N t COTI SALE l S car sell rl Fruit and Shade Trees Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for free Catalogue N Agts Sons Lexington Kentucky I H F Hillenrneyer i J BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire B Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E H bg W A Price WB Binary Mrs p W Kjnnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z Sutton M Bebecca West JIrs E E Daniels DB Anderson fiC Arnold W S Anderson H C Hamilton Pilgrimage Tobaco Co rAr v i jsgJijsl I S L Rich Rice I Brown TitOln S GCOIu 1 J Clark r 4 i j JL F T las I GYCo n Farm and Stock Mr John Richardson sold to Pense Bros last week two mules at 9250 per head Clean the coops tliourouirhlv before you put them away Get them under cover too if you can They will last s much longer A good liquid lice paint may he made out of one part crude carbolic acid and three parts kerosene Apply liberally on roosts dropping boards and in cracks and crevices Better gardening is one of the first steps towards better farming Make vour plans to have a better next year Much will be accomplished if you begin the preparation of the soil The condition of the Kentucky to bacco crop September 1 was 75 per cent as compared to 80 on the same date a year ago 77 on August 1 1110 and 81 the tenrear average accord iig tj the latest statistics A lime wash which has been found d good piotection for trees against rabbits is simply to wet enough un slacked lime to the point of consisten cy add a little carbolic acid to tlie and paint the trunks of the orchard trees Beldeena regarded as one of the best bred trotting mares owned in the South dropped dead while competing hi a race at Memphis Tenn rae horse was iwned by Col V A Collier of Memphis and was valued at 25000 She had a mark of 21H lIens that are designed for layers next fall and winter should have a good range with plenty of green food and not fed much grain and othes foods that cause them to put on too much fat Rich food should be fed sparingly until later when they are expected to lay heavily The old E P Shelby farm of 700 acres near Lexington Ky on the Walnut Hill and Ilickman pikes was sold at auction last week at 505 an acre T J Smith of Richmond Ky being the purchaser This is one of the best known farms in the Bluegras and much interest was taken in its sale Public Sale Having sold my farm I will on WEDNESDAY OCT 12 1910 ue mile east of Marcellus on Fisher Ford pike 1 pair mare mules 6 and 7 years old 15 34 hands liiyh weight 2400 pounds 2 pairs mare mules 15 34 hands high good ones 1 pair horse mules o years old 16 hands I pair horses 4 years oid 1 pair horses G years old 1 pair of horses 2 years old I saddle mare and colt by Otitime 1 brood mare and colt 28 fat hogs from 200 to 300 Ibs 4 sows and pigs good ones 1 Duroc 225 Ib boar 21 yearling cattle 2 UvQhorse wagons 2 hay frames 2 Superior Drills 1 mower 1 selfbinder 2 large push rakes 1 dump rake 1 bay press 2 No 1 tarpaulins sets buggy harness 1 Frazier road cart and harness and complete set of farming tools of every descriptionDinner be served on the grounds C C Rose Marcellus Ky I M Dunn Auctioneer Public SaleHaving decided to go out West I will at 2 p m on SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1010 offer for sale at my farm on the Paint Lick and Copper Creek turnpike two miles south of Cartersville the described stock and personal prop erty Oae mare and colt one yearling horse two good work horses two cows heifer and eighteen head of hugs Also all of my house hold and furniture and a good nedium size safe Also a lAg lot of Jew farming implements consisting f 1 twohorfe wagon 1 self binder 1 mowing machine hay rake two horse corn planter 1 disc harrow 1 wheat kill 1 tobacco setter just bought a few months ago and many other arti Us All sums of ten dollars and un 1er cash in hand All sums over ten lullars ere lit of six months with at the rata of six per cent GEORGE R ALLEN R F D No 2 Paint Lick Ky lat en substance I I I yearlings 1 buckboard 3 I two kitchen EXCURSION 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN flow follow- Ing ealvespne Interest SUNDAY Oct 9 SPECIAL TRAIN MTK CT MENT FM MBTHULAM 0 f iJ556A1I 4 3 1 i1iol r i1t Xi t kr tr fr4t ft kmtZi toJ Y 7 J J I I I ii General News The National Republican League reelected John Hays Hammond of Massachusetts president A report on the condition of the United States Treasury for the month of September shows a surplus of 1 400808 over all disbursements The receipts were 55983 578 and 852527006 President Taft has pardoned Ed ward A Boyle John R Cole Pat trick J Hennessey and Thomas Keho sugar weighers wOo are serving sen tences for connection with the customs fraud at New York Former Gov N B Broward of Flor ida died List Saturday on the operat ing table at Jacksonville He was a sufferer from gallstones aggravated by his recent strenous campaign for the United States Senate Four dead a score injured half a dozen of them probably fatally was the record of last Saturdays auto race for the Island N Y Harry Grant was the winner in record time with Joe Dawson and John Aiken third The Rev R F McMurray secretary of the general mission board of the Methodist Episcopal Church South with headquarters at Louisville who demanded an inquiry Into rumors him was exonerated by a com mittee reported no trial will be Dr McMurray was a pastor in St Louis when the rumors first start ed Its The Worlds Best No one has ever made a salve or bam to compare with Buck lens Arnica Salve Its tlie one healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands or Sprains its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at R E McRuberts and Son 3ZA11KSISU1U Mr Claton Mareee is at home from the Lancaster hospital slowly improv Mrs John Steel of Louisyille is making an extended visit to her Mr and Mrs Ollearn Miss Bessie Poindexter is with at Pewee Valley Miss Pauline Burdette of Burgin is making a several weeks stay with her sister Mrs Herbert Brooks Mr Hawe Sutton and family of Cincinnati are with his mother Mrs Margaret fir a few days Mrs Sallie Fx was in Danville Thursday snoping and also Misses Lizzie Simpson and Georgia Dunn The Hulett Bros have rented the farm belonging to Dr Elliot for the ensuring year Morten Robinson bought of Ed Per kins 100 barrels of corn at 8225 sold King and Skinner bales hay at 1400 per ton Mr and Mrs J W Woods are re ceiving congratulai ion over the of the little democrat in their homeMiss Cecil Bowling was in Lancaster Saturday the guest of Miss Ruth er Miss Margaret OHearu of Buckeye was with home folks Saturday and SundayMr Pence had the misfor tune to get three of his fingers cut off while shreding fodder two of which were replaced Mr John Prewitt attended court at Richmond Monday Rev Jones will preach Sunday mor ning and evening at the church Mr Will Hughs and sun are on the sick list Mr C K Poindexter made a visit to Iercer County last week All the members of the church are invited lobe present at the business meeting next Saturday morning Mr AmmoQ sold a good horse for 8150 00 Nearly all woman suffer some pain at times due to the ailments peculiar to their sex If your trouble is yet in a mild form take Cardui to prevent it becoming more serious If you have suffered long years get Cardui at once Use persistently and it will help you Mrs L Eells of Nev Hartford Iav was afflicted for 24 years She writes For the past 24 years I have been afflicted with womb trouble causing exjreme pain in right side and back altogether making life a I tried doctors and various other remedies without relief Finally I using Wine of Cardui NoW I am entirely cured I cheerfully advise all women Similarly afflicted to try Car duLi Sold everywhere J E44 H expenditures Vander il t cup on Long second ointment perfect ill parents relatives Sutton Jim Sutton CARDUI burden began iitif I concerning necessary lOt arrival Can i Pain nervousness I I S HOG FEEDERS i Now is the time to save your hogs Dont wait until they become sick Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy- is the only known CURE for hog A few doses with the feed now will destroy all disease breed lug germs worms and parasites in your hogs and cause them to fatten very rapidly Costs only 5 cents per month for each hog BY J R Mount Son Co DEAFNESS OF MR Mr Blobbs dined the other evening with some friends When the guests were seated the host bent his head and began speaking in a subdued tone Eh whats that lemarier Blobbs who sat beside him and who Is rather deafThe host smieil patiently and began again in a louder voice Speak a little louder I dont catch what you say Blobbs persisted A low ripple of laughter went round the table The host his face crimson with embarrassment raised his voice still higher The poor old man did his best to hear but failed What did you say he demanded irasciblyThe cast him an angry glance Hang it Im saying grace he yelled Harry Again Do you remember Harry Lehr Harry was at one of the fashion able weddings the other day Nothing especially noteworthy about that you say And thata where youre wrong Harry was actually clad sensibly and neither carried a pet monkey nor smoked scented cigarettes Where Man Would Be The suffragist raised her right handGive the woman the credit she de serves she cried and where would man be If she got all the credit she wanted hed be in the workhouse sneered a nasty person in the rear of the ball Curiro His Insomnia Weli how did you sleep last nightLike a top That sleeping powder fixed you up all right did it Doe it was a wonder Ten after she had taken it she was dead to the world Bad Luck Did your husband bring home any fishNo replied young Mrs Torkins I understand Charley had bad hick on this trip He got into a game i cards and lost the money he took with him to buy fish ABOUT cholera along OLD SLOB S T 7 7 minutes RIGHT Mr you think that a education pays Air Wise Yes it probably pays the college pretty well Absorption- But speaking of giving ones close at tention Flippantly spoke the satirical man Theres a case In point I scarcely need mention Corea is quite wrapped up in Japan Appearances Often Deceptive What a fineiooking man that is exclaimed a young lady as a passed by who would attract anywhere Yes rejoined her companion He looks like an encyclopedia but he talks like a primer Popular Doctor did such an as Dr Sharp get such a large prac tise among the wealthiest people Klinkers Whenever a millionaire gets sick he tells him its from Probably a New Method Yes my husband was out last night admitted Mrs Lapsling but I wasnt uneasy I knew just where ho was He was being ingratiated into the Masonic order and you know it always takes a long time to do that KILL THE COUGH AND CURS THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES OS KOHEY SEPUNDED K IS MeRoberLsDrug Store v GMrA SmartDo college gentleman attention BlinkersHow ignoramus C I8c 1FOR OLDS Trial HeWeFree Ii i 4 r i i GEcG overwork GABANTEED STISFAGTOR FARMERS COLUMN rfpice below ttils is for the escla give use of oar subscribers and Is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver j Use No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only in two issuts of the j RECORD free of charge Superior Drill for sale clieup John W Woods FOR extra good Fresh Jersey Cows G A Swmebroad For Salt 10 twu year old and 5 year old good mules Jones Anderson I want someone to make for me For sale or rent turin of 78 near Stone P O good portion land i J W AndersonPhone B A 2 yearold red cow with spot in forehead with short horns Moved Buena Vista to Carters yUle Reward of will be given return to me at Cartersville Cow was giving milk Sam Pennington Ky Public Sale Having sold my farm I will on FRIDAY OCT 14 1910 sell to the highest and best bidder following 1 binder mower corn planter roller wheat drill cutting barrow 2 harrows 2 cultivators and a lot other farming implement Also household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 1230 sharp made known on lay of sale Mrs Sim Am Bourne Auct United States of America Eastern District of Kentucky S S In the United States District Court In FOP Said District EASTERN DIVISION In the matter of No In COY S SANDEUS Notice of 1st Meet Bankrupt ing of Creditors To the creditors of Coy S of Stone iu the County of Garrard State Kentucky and District a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the of August A D 1110 said Coy S Sanders was duly bankrupt aud that the firs meeting tf hs creditors will be held at W I Wil iams in Lancaster on the 17th of October A D 1110 at 10 oclock in the forenoon at which tune the said creditors attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business is properly cjme before said meeting T H HARD1N O2t 3 1110 Refree in Bankruptcy LIVE STOCK JIAEKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAKDS Oct ft Cattle Hoirs Sheep Receipts S 0 1517 ahilimMits CATTLE Shippers 5 Butcher steers extra 5 73 Good to choice I 735 S Common to fair 3 3WB I 30 Heifers extra 510 Good to choice 4 i 4 iO Common to fair i 5C4CO Cows extra 4 Good to choice I iClCommon to fair Xj 3 Caaners 2 OX3 ou Balls balognas S734 50 Extra 00 4 SV J s CALVES extra 3TT S KXff 50 Common and largs 4 30 00 HOGS good packers and batchers S SO S Mixed packers S TO J SO Stags o OUf70a Common to choice heavy fat sows 5 7T 7 75 Light shippers S Pigs 110 Ibs and less GGOS40 STT Ssi Good to choice 5 10i enr Common to fair 2 00 3 00 LAM 3 extra 7 00 Good tochoice 75 0 Common to fair 4 CM 5 75 Desiring to make some changes in my business I will on Wednesday Oct sell to the highest and best bidder 3 good Brood Mires 2 colts by Rex Arbuckle 1 by Verdict year old Saddle Colt 2 Work Mules 2 good Yearlings li good 600 Id Steers 4 brood Sows to find pigs in January 1 Soar a lot of farming implements furniture etc sums of 81000 and under cash all over that amount will be sold on a few months time without interest J G Burnside Point Leavel Ky o I Loo OoOO h di1g farmer SALF2 Preuchers m or J G tflfl Lost from 5 Carters ill I r J 0 lay adjudicated S IS f I U 00 IIi t 0 COt 0 Fl1t bulls Fair to Iood I rill sr ou DIG 12 10 12 AJI aforesaid 22nd Kentucky day SOC s e O ShEEP extra Jersey Bull Henij Simpson W Season 1910 J W SWEENEY H J TINSLEY County Surveyor Office over F i HHrt4 fin Lancaster Kentucky T AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your safes Best of references CoI N Xo CARDS t enOR r VV QOOtI 00c0oGOOeO1lO11 3 KING E W jJforrow Graduate Optician Glasjts Filled Satisfaction juoruateeu K Denny DENTIST Office over 3Iiss Millinery DentistAH Wort Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky PiiYsican and Surgeon Offifce over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone f Rowers I QUAIiITT Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REHL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physican and SurgeonO- ffice Danville street Residence Phone 9 Ollice PhoneS Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two White Barbers h Tows See the tall sign Xorth side of Public Square M HOUSE J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY WiII Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court OtUce over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies anti Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fc W Faulkner jVIgr LOOK AND LISTEN For TJpTcDate Hair Guts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS GO TO HENRY DUNCANS BAKBKK RICHMOND STUEET Office Hours Office over Storme Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky I have just opened up a new clean Barber Shop on Lexington street next to office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me CleaR Tools Sharp Razors Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN I jl M II old c II J PATRICK BURNETT GO I I os sm to 1 1 to L Drug Store B F AILEH thepost i 1110tibR Wiii roooooeoQcoQcoooQcooo0o9oooe Cull I4400ooooeQ0oooooee0eoe Snot S pm V