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Frost The laud of Now CENTRALPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From Land of LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER NUXB2K 27 THE RECORD The I 4 1 91 o L lotcY TWENTY FIRST YEAR PLUMBING HOT WATER AND Let us make you prices can save you some money We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing can furnish on short notice Lancaster Ky I i I i STEAM HATING i J I ij I g rrfUER SR I i J- e o rW4 t f 1 1 TiN ROOFIG1r Jj A The county meeting of the Christian church will be held at Hubble Satur day Dinner will be served and a large crowd is expected to partake of the hospitality Preaching services at the church Sunday morning and evening by Dr E H Pearce Morn log subject Lost Gospel of the Judgement Evening The Anti Prayer Meeting Way Its final Ballard Mr Thomas F Ballard of Wallace ton Madison County Ky died at his home on last Thusday The burial took place at the Richmond cemetery Wednesday morningTo Miss Frances Adams of Hustonville and Dr T W Penningtcn of Stan ford are to be married Thursday af ternoon Oct 20th at the church in Hustonville They have many friends in Garrard county who wish them happiness Up In The Air Col Roosevelt went up in an aero plane with aviator Humphrey at St Louis late Tuesday afternoon He made three laps of the field He was in the air three minutes and twenty second and landed easily Buying Tobacce Mr W Plummer Kincaid reports that he bought sixtyfive thousand pounds of in the Paint Lick section last Tuesday at from 16 to 12 cents per pound When the farmer gets this pi ice it certainly looks as if he has no kick coming this year Taylor Noniiated Senator Robert Taylor Fiddling Bob has been nominated for Gover nor by the regular Democrats of Ten nessee It looks like the Republicans j will win this time however and Sen ator has wisely decided not to resign his seat in the Senate until after the November election FARM FOR SALE I am offering for sale privately my farm of 104 34 acres situated on the Walker turnpike one and one half miles from Manse Ky This farm is well improved and in high state of cultivation Has nearly nev 5 room dwelling good outbuildings two tc bacco barns hold 25 acre Plenty good stock water and good cistern This is one of the best and must productive farms in the county and will sell at si bargain if sold in next 30 I days Call on or write 5 G P Terrill Lancaster Ky I I I I I j i Methodist Account tobacco 3 SEE OUR NEW LINE Of Fine Fall Footwear For Ladies- We are ready to show you all the latest nov elties in SUITS and OVERCOATS for Men and Boys H T I i j I I 10 n 1 n 1 n I r J f LOGAN There will be a mass meeting bv the farmers of Garrard County next Saturday afternoon in the interest of the tobacco question Chief L E Herron left Thursday morning tot Mt Vernon Ky where he wi1 purchase fifty carloads of crushed rock for the City of Payie Bronaugh Miss Elizabeth Payne and Mr R H Bronaugh Jr both of Crab Orchard to this city and were married by Eider F M Tinder at the ministers country residence Both bride and groom are popular members of East Lincoln and belong to two of the most substanteal families of that section Their ages were given to the clerk as 22 and 19 To Help Oir Streets Chief Herron oh last Monday morn ing arrested Fred Anderson COl and charged him with boot legging He was tried before Judge Harris Wednesday morning and given 100 00 and fifty days in the workhouse Mr Herron found whiskey in the negros possession and as he had before been convicted of selling whiskey it was easy to make a case against him Our faithful Marshall says that he thinks there are a few more people in town who sell to just a few people but that be is sure to catch them if they con tinue in the business We commend him and trust that he may not allow one drop of liquor to be sold in our town Making Good At Harrodsburg Judge L L Walker is holding court in Harrodsburg which will continue thru next week A Harrodsburg pa per has the following to say about the opening of court last week A very large crowd attended the opening of the fall term of Circuit Court and some gazed with much cu riosity at the new first Re publican they had ever seen on the bench Judge Walker opened court like he meant business and delivered a splendid charge empbasizing espec ially the laws against the sale of intox icants the necessity of elections and Incidentally the need of a new court house The charge was full and im pressive and many favorable com ments were heard on the Judge and his manner and method of conducting court and his very evident ability King Beazley On last Wednesday morning at ten oclock Miss Virgina King and Mr N Beazley both of Paint Lick Ky were united in Wedlocks holy bonds at the Campbell Hagerman College in Lexington They drove to Lexington in Mr Beazleys touring car and im mediately after the cerimony tile hap py couple left for a thirty day tour through Kentucky Tennessee Ala bama Georgia North and South and other places of interest to them The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs W T King and is a very at tractive young woman having many friends and admirers Mr Beazley is a prominent farmer and tobacco buyer and has beet very successful in busi ness owning one of the best farmes a round Paint Lick where they will make their future home Their many friends wish them success and A Tepest In A Teapot Editor Record Without discussing the merits or de merits of the tobacco pool I feel safe in saying that the agitation of the question is causing unnecessary alarm and distrust It is admitted that the tobacco crop is the source of consider able revenue but real estate the bas is and the source of all wealth caunot be materially effected by a slight de cline in the price of that crop never comes from the need of a chew of tobacco or a drink of whis key Many farms with fertile soil and good location are bringing high prices though a stalk of tobacco is never grown on them Again it is true that land is increasing in value in States where tobacco cannot be grown This proves tbat land values have increased from the fact that capi tal is seeking it as the best and the safest investment andthe additional fact that population is increasing therby creating a demand for it which enhances value as in any other com modityWe a great variety of crops by the cultivation of which many farmers have become wealthy though they never cultivated tobacco claiming that it is severe on the soil and re quires attention all the year thereby being very costly and causing the farm to be neglected and a loss to be in curred in other crops fencing Many farmers turn their attention to corn wheat rye timothy which at the prices yield a handsome profit Many favor blue grass and all kinds of stock including hogs mules sheep Shorthorn or Jersey cattle and horses both common fad thonrough bred upon which colossal for tunes have been made while the soil has been preserved with much less labor trouble and annoyance A care tulstudy of conditions convince one that the cultivation o tobao not necessary to the pros perity of the country and that the prices for that crop may yet be satis factorily adjusted judgethe R happI- ness Famine etc cloy retc any f 1 Lancaster society Carolina many will cods insure Observer w h YK Y Sale of City Property We are authorized by G B Robin son Executor of R M West decease to sell a parcel of land on the of Stanford avenue yards from Park with a fron gage of 480 f et giving ample room for several buil tog lots or suitable for a coal yard or tock pens as it also ad joins the L N Railroad If not sold private y before November 28 court day it will be sold to the high est bidder on that day at the court house door reserve by bid or limit in to settle the estate This is a a bargain Terms Half cash balance in 1 and 2 years 6 per cent interest Posses sion at once Will sell in lots or as a whole Hughes Swinebroad Oct Nov 1125 Dont gorget to stop at the Record office and pay your subscription for we need that dollar Twin Leaves Uncle Dave Ross has brought to the Record t tfiee a strange leaf of tc bacco that is causing much comment among tobacco growers The leaf branches out from four different places where as a rule it only branches from two place We will be glad to show it to any one who may call at the Record office Badly Hurt Dave Hamilton the eleven year old son of Mr J W Hamilton who lives in the Buckeye section on the farm of Mr John Adams was kicked in the head by a horse last Saturday His skull was crushed into his brains He was brought to the Lancaster Hospi tal where an operation was performed and is getting along nicely It is hoped that he will soon recover Public Sale The public sale of stock and crop held by Preston Beck at Marcellus in this county Saturday was largely at terded Milk cows readily sold at from SG5 to 8S5 per head thirty head of hogs brought 9 cents a pound aged mules 225 per head and yearlings 150 each Twencptive acres of corn sold In the field at 32 26 per barrel Mr Beck and his family of wife and two children will move to Danville to make their future home A telagrain from Santa Bara Ca brings the sad news of the death of Mr Charley Doty at his home in that place on last Saturday lIe died ol Diabetis and had been in poor health for some time The deceased was a native of this county and a sister of Mrs 1 J Walker and a btotherinlaw of Miss Lena Blight of this place He has many friends in this county haying lived here until some ten years ago when he moved to Lexington where he lived until two years ago when he moved to California He was hurried it Santa Bara last Monday He is survived by his wife and several Public Sale OF 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 ises on 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 acres with the improvements consisting of 10 room modern frame dwelling large barn and all necessary outbuildings fine orchard fronts on the pike 50 ages bluegrass 30 acres in corn balance in clover and timothy Very fertile soil 2nd acres of unim proved land adjoining the above fronts on pike all in grass beautiful build ing site 3rd Tract 345 acres at the rail road station with three room store building thereon Adjoins 1st tract 4th acres fronting on pike with small dwelling thereon 1st 1911 remainder in equal payments of one two and three years with lien notes bearing 6 per cent interest 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 rah is a magnificent farm and we have prepared circular let tjivinfi of the property f which we will be pleased to send any one on request fait to attend this sale We are ready to show the farm ap time Sale will be held rain or shinei HUGHES and SWINEBBOAD Seal Estate Afceats Lancaster Ky COL I M DUNN AucttooWr about 300 entral w tho f orde chauc for I 14 28 Doty Tract16722 Tract3402 Tract518 TERMS13 LIMIT 0 l i 4 Ji jit f t i East- side children dr cash January Possession PROPERTY Dent Y fJfejlljl fa jI S T 0 V E Se r0i 0QQi 0 r e BEST HEATER MADE Come and we will show you why N I i IQ BRO S I PJ i 5vrYi d Ir9J4 WiQ QlQIQL 4I1 A llQhJJ u1 u d lip o 70 T JvJ s J T I j O 1 V E I c S I cip FOR 30 DAYS we will sell the at 28 12cts KOKOMOWire J ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky We want you to remember Glen Lily or White jJouse when you make your order thats why we are using this space Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER KENTUCKY Subscribe For The Record INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH illllif HASUDEH National Bank ofLancaster Pfcose 31 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIE I IIIII IIIIIIIII11111111111111 J i i I i I 111111 I I 111I111I 111111 I I I I I I I I III I I11111111i Officer s j t- t c I s a S wtS a 1 We cordially invite you to call and see our immense line of FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS and NOVELTIES that we have brought to this market y l 7 I f F AL L 0 PEN I N UL F G HURT Lancaster Ky J G CENTRAL RECORD ISCOItrO HATED ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR Front The tarn Of Sow GREEN CLAY WALKER Entered at the Pot flier in iancncVr K y SeeondCiasf Jfcil iTatUr Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky October 14 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Oflices 500 For County Oflices 1000 Fir State and District Oflices 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 FOU CONOIIESS Harvey of Lincoln County ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce lion Charles A Hardiu a candidate foi Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial at the November HIll subject to the action of ihe Democrat ic party Primary Hecfioas In many of the states the method of selecting candidates for office is eith er a question at issue between con tending faction in one or the other of the great parties or an issue between the parties It is indeed surprising that the people have not sooner de manded more consideration in the candidates for office The compulsory direct primary plan is be ing adopted in most states and from the growing sentiment ib favor of this plan not many years will elapse before every state will have a direct primary law and all officers from constable to governor will be named by the primary Certainly no fairer way can be devised Since party loyalty is so generally observed by the electors they should name the candidate The convention and com mittee plan only serves the purpose of the political boss and is usually the ciuse of so many incompetent or un worthy officers All political parties should be re quired to choose their officers by the direct primary plan Election is almost here and every good democrat should come to the poles and help roll up a large majority for the popular Harvey Helm your mind to honor Mr Helm for the good workbe has done by bis majority this year greater than ever before What is tne ofjection to selling the park to the Government and having a nice new building in the center of the square Is 5000 notenough for it At any rate it is all that Uucle Sam will pay for a lot When the Fiscal Court placed the value at 6000 00 it prohibited the sale Col Roosevelt says if be thought be could carry even one Southern State By George Id run again for the Presidency Well bow absurd no danger of Teddy carrying a good old Southern State so let him keep out not be disappointed re powerful glad to see the i going down on the square be Citizens Bank and Storms aras certainly badly needed n tnd that every street willjt i i I Edt r itl and l election Makeup makin off race and s Helm District selecting judging 7 1 f 1 s 1- w crossings Keep u p to be good and you ma not attract his attention But tell him how a change for the better in his life may increase everything of worth In his and you have a real cjnvert If Bob Taylor is save the Demc crats of Tennessee from defeat he will have to do some of the liveliest flddlin hes ever done yet It has been said before but de serves repeated that ninetenths of the troubles people worry about never happen The Telephone Situation The Citizens Committee was so faithful and submitted such a splendid report as to the telephone situation ir this county that we are publishing some so that each and every citizen may have the chance to read it care fKy and study the case The com mittee certainly deserves great credit for the time and work spent free gra tis TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER KY Gentlemen The Bastin Telephone Company has no franchise from the city of Lancaster The Company owns and operates its telephone system in the city of Lancaster under and by virtue of an agreement made severa years ago between the and the Company From the records of your body you are familiar with that agree ment By the tams of that agree went the Bastin Telephone Company agreed to furnish phones in the City of Lancaster and also in Garrarcl County outside of the City of at the flat rate of 1 00 per month It is not neccessary for us to euumer what the agreement provides that already know We find that the city has lived up to its agreement in every respect and has kept the faith Bastin Telephone Company The city has afforded the Company every protection guaranteed or implied in the cotract referred to and has at all time stood by the Bastin Telephone Company so far as the said agreement is concerned We find that the Com pany has not lived up to its furnish phones to the people in Gar rard County outside of Lancaster at per month We sent out cular letters to the subscribers in Gar rard County outside of the City of Lan caster 152 replies have been received by us We file herewith a copy of one of said letters One of said circular letters One of the questions pro pounded in said letter was How much per month do you pay for your phone and how long have you paid that rate The answers to that question slow that there aie75 phones of those answering for which 81 00 per month is charged that there are G2 phones at 81 50 5 phones at 125 9 phones at 8200 and and These answers speak for themselves They show that the Company has not lived up with its agreement with the city to furnish the country people of Garrard County phones at 81 00 per month In most instances the execs over the agreed rate has been in force for several years The agreement to whichwe referred to was made March 17 1902 and is in force now and has been continuously ever since said date We further find that the Company has violated its agreement with the city in that it has failed to keep its system up to the state of efficiency that exist ed on March 17 1902 We shave made oral inquiry of a good many people who have phones in the city of as to the efficiency of the ser vice they are receiving and the answer in most cases has been that the servic is poor In the letter to which refer ence was made a few moments ago the question was asked What sort of service are you receiving from the Company 46 answers were saying that the service is very good that is to say fairly or reas onably good 3i answered that the service thatthey are 75 answered that the service is poor and one made no answer We therefore report that the Company has violated its contract in two essen tial points to wit Overcharging and unsatisfactory service that lire to Cit late city should do That as stated wih The agreement- to 100 2GOcir Telephone recieviug Is good at all tube Lancaster phone at 8300 Lancaster received r below the standard maintained at time agreement was entered into With reference to the status of the City and of the Company in their it is our opinion that one of two thinks can be done either the pany can be compelled to live up to its j contract or it can be compelled to cease business in the city of Lancaster and to trove its poles and wires from the city thoroughfares Although we find that the Company has violated its contract without any excuse what ever in our judgment we believe that the rates that the Company is now charging in the city and in the county outside the city are reasonable provid ed a fair and reasonable service is dered We do not thinl the service that is now being rendered is commen surate with the prices charged We ind tnat on nearly all lines in the nuntrv there are generally from 5 to 5 phones Mr II V Bastin appeared jefore us on behalf of the Basiin Tel ephone Company in the of the interview he said to us speaking with reference to the service rendered that the service is bad and becoming worse every day His explanation of that cntiditiou is that at the present rate the Company is not a paying prop osition We invited the Bastin Tele phone Company the invitation oeinir extended through Mr II V Bastin who appeared before us on behalf of the Company to exhibit to us if they so desired the Companys bunks so that we may have some firsthand in formation upon thequestion whether or not the rates now charged are suffi cient to pay all the running expenses and put the system etlicient conch tion and in addition thereto to pay not less than G per cent net per annum on the cost of the plant H V Bastin declined the invitation We think a franchise should be sold but we dont believe that the people of this county Including the city of Lancaster will be willinx to pay any increase over the present rate charged by the Company In the circular which we have to several times we asked the question Do you favor an increase in the rates with a corresponding increase in the effi ciency of the service rendered by the Companj Of the 152 answers to this letter G failed to answer the question and 19 favored an increase with proportional increase in efficient service one person favored a decrease 127 were in favor of no increase If a franchise should be sold it is just and neccessary that the city and the county should be carefully guarded Through your then City Attorney Judge Lewis L Walker you asked us for our opinion on the question of whether or not the city can by fran chise control the rates in the couuty outside of the city We affirm hesitation that the city can and we believe that you ought not at any time sell any franchise that does not protect the country people by fixing a rate as to the charges in the country as well as fixing the rates to be charg ed in town We cannot lay too much stress upon this The town and the country are vitallY connected commer daily socially and in every other way in which you can conceive and we can not urge upon you too strongly the necessity for protecting both town and county by setting forth ly and iu detail in whatever franchise you may sell if you should sell one the rates that are to control both iu the town and in the county and it is oui legal opinion that the Courts of this State will uphold such a provision in whatever franchise you may If you sell a franchise you should re quire a bond of sufficient amount to insure that the operator of the Iran chise wi 1 comply with every condition of the franchise Furthermore it you should sell a franchise there should be an upset price fixed for a franchise to operate a telephone system in the city of Lancaster is in our opinion a valuable piece of property and the city should be well paid for it The rates in any franchise should we think be sufficient to pay for all the running expenses and to keep the system thoroughly efficient and to pay 6 per cent net per annum on the amount itvested If you should decide to sell a franchise you should not do so in haste I I r I I I I ret I I course I I r I I l in I But f letter peci call J I Its agreement Corn and Mr referred received without gel r what you do in haste you might repent in leisure We suggest that request a committee of three or live to prepare in conjunction with your city j attorney a franchise that will thor oughly safeguard the citys interest of the county outside of city We to state just in this connection i that one reason assigned by the Bastin i Telephone Co for the decrease in effi ciency of their system is that they are without a franchise and are unable as a company to borrow money with which to build up their system persons who have money to lend being slow so the Company sayS to lend money to a telephone that has no franchise Mr II V Bastin in the interview referred above stated to us that the franchise now pending before you is incomplete lIe did not specify in what particulars said franchise is in complete Respectfully submittedJ G B W I Wil lams Committee I Louisville Disappointed The population of Louisville is 223 928 The train over 1109 when the city had 204731 is 94 per cent In 1900 Louisville was the eighteenth city in the United States Under the pres ent census of 1910 Louisville cannot be better than the twentythird city in rank of population and there is a possibility of its going in twentyfifth place Mayor head and the Council are not satisfied with the returns and a committee has been appointed to in vestigate the cause of deficiency The people of Louisville had figured at least 250000 so the returns bring great disappointment to every citizen who has the wellfare of Louisville at heart Fiscal Court Meets The Fiscal Court met last week No business of importance was trans acted except the allowance of a few claims and the placing of a price on the park It will be remembered that we have already expressed our opinion about the Government building prop ersition and we believe that the of the people are with us when we advocate the park as the place for the Government building The Fiscal Court placed a price of 8000000 on the park and this price kills the plan as the Government has only made an ap propiation for and could not possibly give one cent over this a mount for the park and then it it not worth in our opinion than 500000 We hope that the Court will see fit to reduce the price to an amount that will enable the Govern meet to purchase it Doctors Opportunity And what asked the anxious par ent would you advise in my daugh ters case She must stop all piano practise at once said the physician firmly This seems a strange cure for a cold but it must be remembered that the doctor lived In the next flat Cleveland Leader Blood Poison Cured by the Marvel of the Century B B For 30 Years Drives out blood poison in any stage permanently without delay mercury with pure botonical ingredients To prove it we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT If you have Ulcers Eating Sores Itching Humors Swellings Mucus Patches Bone Pains offensive pim ples or Eruptions B B Boton ic Blood Bam All symptons heal quickly Blood is made and rich completely changing the entire body into a clean healthy condition heal every sore and stopping all aches pains and itching curing the worst case of blood poison DRUGGISTS or by ex 1 PER LARGE BOTTLE with directions for home cure SENT FREE by writing Blood aim Co Atlanta Ga rouble and medical advice givers Sold hj F P TTRISBIE a I therefore company Swine road majority 00 m ire BTested take B SAMPLES j i for desire 85000 FRE pure Describe yaw free k E Forced To Leave Home Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs aresnre and rack ed with coughs are urged to go f o a other climate But this is curtly hint not always sure Tlieres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discovery cure you at cured me of lusv trouble writes W R Nelson of Cala mine Ark when all else failed hurl I gained 47 pounds in weight Its strey the King of all cough and luuir euros Thousands owe their lives and health to it Its positively guaranteed fos Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Croup all Throat and LUM T troubles ooc and 8100 Trial bottle free at R E McRobcrts and Son 1m Protracted meeting began at this place Monday evening Mrs Jennie Broaddus had a fine mare to die lat week Mrs Helen Ripy of Lawrenceburg is visiting Sir and Mrs A C Miles Miss Zulu Calico of the Normal School at Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks Mrs Mal Carter visited her parents Mr and Mrs Prather of Lancaster MondayMiss Schooler of Madison is with her sister Mrs Jasper Noel Mr and Mrs James ViM of Lancas ter visited Mrs Martha Anderson Sunday Mr and Mrs R I Burton were with her parents in Madison the last of the Reaching The Top in any calling of life demands a bOdy and a keen brain without health there is no success But Elec trio Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and the blood tones und invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of your daily work After months of suffering from Kidney W M Sher man of Gushing bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new at R E McRoberts and Son 1m Mrs Welch of Nicholasville has been the guest of Ms Will Dickerson the past week Mrs KelleyIIogg left the first of the week to vbit her brother Mr Ison of Lexington Mrs Sue Salter of Lancaster is spoor several days with the Misses Troy Hogg fell from a wagon his arm in two places Mr and Mrs Made Moore have to Lexington after a visit to this community Mesdames Henry Cox and Breathitt Brown from Lancaster were the guests of Mrs Wm Blanks Wednes dayEmily Humphrey Bourne has Sca lettin Rev Jones a Theologue of preached two tine sermons morning and evening Mr Wiiliaiu Doclm who has been ir Pulaski county in the interest of hi timber land is a home Mrs Jake Carpenter and Mrs Jce were the guests of Mrs Noah Mar cec Sunday Mrs Bettie Jones of Mt Salem has been the guest of Mrs Fanny Pollard She also made a visit to Mrs Ambrose Bourne while here Mr W D Mtirksbury and Archie Skinner while on their way to M ircel Ins the horse became frightened at an automobile upsetting the buggy and throwing the occupants to the ground The buggy top was slightly injured and was all the damage done Nine times out of ten the country horses would not become frightened it the Auto Fadists would slow up their machines thereby avoiding many ac cidents andsome times losses MoundCity Paints may cost a trifle more but C C J E home UUl ErE I I I Trouble wJ tes I three man 50c j1AUSnUU breaking I I again Turner r Stormes f i t 4 It wet k vigorous enriches lag Dun returned Louisville Sunday Your Husband Will Be Unwillingt- o have you go back to ordinary flour once he has tasted the delicious bread cakes baked from tG f fJ 4 tw k s I WHITE SWAN FLOUR iWhy not try a sack of it The result will please him fe you too The cost of White Swan Flour is no more than s that of common Flour Try a sack your next order p S Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills C- J ALEX WALKER Prop will pay highest market price all times De liver either Paint Lick or Stanford W R KINCAID DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO Residence Phone 199 Stanford Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH Milldelivered at your door twice a day S W MOSSPhone 19O lt n3 cl j iI1i411rrj 1118SV T rv i Vc at a Kentucky 9 6 ands iLL YUJllTOEACCO 9 63ri W 34 esa9ta s a d O Gyv1 N O C D Nf v 1 1 4 METAL SHINGLES Laid 20 years ago arc as good as new today and have never needed repairs Think of it What other roofing will last as loco and look as well Theyre fireproof stormproof and very easily laid They can be laid right over wood shingles if necessary without cre ating dirt or inconvenience For prices and other detailed information apply to James T Hill Agent or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa t Jifr raI JI rS illfiir i 1St H DIIA8 tIi- T 1 Take a Codak Ii 7 with you f and let me it I have 1 r furnish I just bought a nice assortIrHj lE- fil went and also supplies P I John McRoberts 1 Lancaster Kentucky I tii Fi rrJ rJ HJilii1i The Ladies Fashion Store Where the Newest STYLES are ALWAYS Shown FIRST If you want shoes becoming to you You should be coming to us J0 se P h sr I ri I Jltitt tt aIr lB The Joseph Mercantile Company I Gossip About eopisN A Brief Mention of the Comings and J Ira licitclaw is in Lexington fora Mrs E C Gaines was a visitor in Lexington this week T A Anderson was a visitor in Cin cinnati for several days R G Ward of Cincinnati was a in Lancaster t he past week Mrs M K Denny and children are in UichuiJiid visiting relatives Miss Rlli Arnold is convalescent after an attack of malarial fever Miss forma Elmore i at home visit to relatives in Richmond Mr S S Short of Shelby vill 2 was a visitor here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Stephen Walker and Nits Mary Arnold were in Tuesday T R Walker and Miss Lucy Francis were in Danville Monday Mrs Mattie D Duncan is in the Falls City for a stay of several days Mrs Ann llobinson is making a visit of several days in the Falls City J Lewi Gill and Sherley Hudson were visitors in Danville Monday Mrs Martha Gaines left Mondayfor a visit to Lexington Shelbyvillc and LouisvilleMrs Carson and little daugh ter of Stanford are guests of W J Romans Mr and Mrs H S RUldleburger have returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond Mrs Dohyns of Danville has been visiting Sirs Eliza Farris at Mrs llallie Dunlap Mr and Mr Charley Long and little son of Kirksville have been visiting Lancaster friends la Hendren of Kirksville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Hendren Mrs Howard Rice of Richmond lad Is here fora visit to her mother Mrs II A B iarksbury Miss Bessie Shugars left the past week for a visit to her brothers O W Shugars of Indianapolis Mesdames Wm Steele and Bruce Taylor of Xicholasville are with Mrs T B Walker for a visit Miss Allene Bourne is at home after a piease nt stay with her sister Mrs W K Warner of Stanford Mesdames James Cook and Joshua Dunn of Danville were guests this week of Mrs H M Ballou Mrs G C Farris and son left for a visit to friends in Ohio their home in Colorado Mrs Hattie Tankersly of Hamilton Ohio is here visiting her parents Mr iud Mrs J W Putnphry Mrs E C Gaines and little s n Claud Rice have returned from a visit tj relatives near Lexington The Chautauzua Circle held its fill nicei sg at the home of Mrs F P Frisbie on Water street The Womans Club held its last I i u F l oiags Wz Arc In shm t I j from- a I We Mrs nlght St enroute- to tint I t ss r Lyaior r visit visitor Dan Mrs Miss little i meting at the beautiful suburban home of Mrs II Clay Sutton Messrs W L Lawson A Arnold W H W B Burton at tended the trots in Lexington Mrs Lee Perkins and little daugh ter Evyline are in Richmond for a stay with Mrs Perkins parents The Womans Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will meet Monday afternoon October 17 h Mesdames J A Amon and Ross and Miss Sue Anna Lear were visitors in Boyles capital Saturday Harry Robinson of the D D Insti tute Danville has been ilh his Mr Mrs B Robinson Mrs John M Farra and little dau ghter Johnetta are guests of Mr and Mrs George McRoberts of Covington Mrs B F Hudson give a six oclock dinner in honor of Mrs G C Farris of Colorado and the Misses Gills of this Ruth Reed of Clartsville is spending the month of October with her friend Miss Letty McRob erts A Goodloe Lackey left this week for a stay of several days with her daughter Mrs II H Price of Dan villeMr and Mrs J W Pumphrey have returned from a protracted visit to their daughters in Kansas Ohio and Indiana Miss E izibeth Denny of Lexington and a former LuncastefTin has taken rooms for the winter with Mrs J C RobinsonMrs Lisk and sister Miss Hul dah Boyle h ve returned frem a visit toM nd Mrs Charles Scott near CincinnatiMrs J M Frazee of Muysville came Thursday to be the guest of Mes dames Henry Clay Jennings and W I WilliamsMr Mrs Tom Craig of Stanford and Mr and Mrs Geo Kelly of Marks bury have been visiting Mr and Mrs Adam Kelly Mrs J G Pursley nee Miss Bertha Sanders has returned from a visit to Fletiiingsburg Frankford and Nashville Mr John Greenleaf and daughter Miss Van of Richmond were the guests Sunday of Mrs Emma Kauff man and family Mr and Mrs Ernest Warren of Mid dlesboro leave been visitors Mrs H M Bill jw after a delightful visit in the east Mrs Charlie Wave Wallow of Southern Kentucky and Mrs Clarence Vaught or Richmond were guest of Mrs R E McRoberts Mrs oil A Arnold Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird were guests at a most sumptuous dinning given by Mrs Win Cecil of Danville Miss Katie Simpson entertained a number of her friends very charmingly Monday eveiiig in honor of Mrs G C Faris of Denver Col Mrs D C Sanders and Miss Christine leave Sunday for a visit to Mr and Mrs George Walker of Greensburg Indiana Mr Sam Joseph of Cincinnati but a former resident of this place has been visiting his brother Mr Jacob Joseph and meeting old acquaintances Misdames Freeman Miles and Hun I W Brow 1 llld Bastin and l I IciLy I I I I i I I I I I Carrolton again of- I daughter- I I I I I parents Texas ter Bowers returned Monday to their home in Eldorado Ark after a visit to their parents Mr and Mrs Solon B Henry Mesdames John McRoberts and John Rout and Miss Martha Paxton Rout of Stanford were guests at a sumpti ous dining last Thursday at the home of M rs D M Lackey Through an error typorgaphical or otherwise it was stated Mrs W O Rigney and Miss Jane Doty would en tertain their Sunday school classes Sunday afternoon when it should have been Saturday afternoon Mrs Mary Taylor is visiting rela tives in Louisville She went to the city to attend the golden wedding of her brother Mr James Barrett She suffered the great bereavement of bc ing there Sunday when he died after only three days illness 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 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 and stronger one Follow the example of this Lancaster citizen Mrs Ellis N w 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 ouce to the root of iny trouble and en tirely 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 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 themFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostcrMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other For Sale 75 acres of laud midway between Bryantsville and Buenavista About two miles from each place This land was a sugar maple grove and had never been cultivated until I raised four crops of fine hemp and then wheat with only to crops of corn which were ely good There is never failmg tock water the land is leval arid would make a nice little when improved Mr Ide Shero who has sere to fore attended to this County ana Jram anxious to sell Address EfoB Campbell Ficbolasvill or see Mr Tom Dunn at Bryantsville Card of Thanks Wesincerely thank our many friends for the kindness shown and the assist ance rendered us in the sad sad hour of our bereavement and grief over the loss of our dear daughter Daisy We can never repay but God will surely reward you all Mr and Mrs Henry Hutchingson OneHow pains anew T S I walking extr term land has ought arm in Jessamme I Ice Cream Soda Water CocaCola Phos phates Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers at FRISBIES DRUG STORE rim ffiffiJ filj1 LBr ijrnJrnll tmliifjJJfi1 fJliifli1 1 II rr J rr iii Y I tr Two COATS DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO THIS 3 TREATMENT Why experiment trying to drive dandruff germ from underneath skin with greasy lotions or fanoy hair dressing when R E McRoberts drug store will guerantee ZEMO and ZEMC SOAP to entirely rid the scalp of th germ life that causes the trouble ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be in any city or town in America and are recognized the best and economical treatment for all affections of the skin or scalp whether on infant or grown person One shampoo with ZEMO SOAP and application of ZE MO wi litoo itching and cleanse the scalp of dandruff and scurf We invite you to try ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP and if not entirely we will refund your money Public Sale We will ofierfor sale publicly at the residence of the late Thos Austin on Crab Orchard street Saturday 22 10 at 130 p m the following One 2yearold borse well broke 1 yearling horse colt 2 steers weight about 600 pounds 1 twohorse wagon and harness 1 turning plow and oth er farming implements Terms All sums under 500 cash in hand over that amount a note with good security bearing interest at the rate of six per cent Racnel P Austin Annie M Aurtin Executrix All persons having claims against the estate of Thos Austin decd present the same to the undersigned properly verified on or before 1st 1910 and all parties indebted to said estate will call on the and pay at once Rachel P Austin and Annie May Austin This Sept 30th 1910 Executrix YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Fresh af Zimmers Call 17 forfnesh oysters R Zi turner Exchange Oct 29th Lots of good things to eat Circle 9 305t I am standing my Jersey bull for 100 cash R L Elkin For Rent i91r Desirable rooms KE Stormes 1014tf I have a good jersey cow for sale Mrs Nannie LancasterKy Bazaar and exchange Dec 2nd and 3rd Orders taken for fan cy articles Circle 9309t FOR SALE A spotted pony 18 months old V L E Herron Amateur and printing neatly done Kodaks repaired 9292t C B Bastin Tel 225 I am in the market at all times for fat and feeding mules also for horses See me or phone 95 before you sell W B Burton I will divide of the Mason hotel two families Jan 1st I will explain to those desiring to R E McRoberts 101421 FOB SALE Sbow cases counters 3 light electrolier new reclining uphol stered chair wheel in chair 12 f rot oak dining table wfth extra adjus table round t p 3 panel doors 2ft 10 in by 6ft 11 hi 6 sash 2ft 10 by 3 ft 11 ip late glass 5 in by 5 ft 2 in 2 glass 2 ft 4 in by 7 ft 5 in 1 platfe glass 2 ft 9 in by 8ft 2 in 1 marble slab 2 ft by 9 ft 4 pair window shutters 1 ft 5 in by 7 ft 11 in J E Stormes 1014tf I the the obtained most satisfied I Notice will tr downstairs ence cakesand developing i port ns proper t so toaccomodate Pos ion s gle fight 2ft October November undersigned oysters For Reid rent lld to 4 COME HERE FOR YOUR New sell you one that is just right for you that will exactly suit you One that is absolutely correct in STYLE and dependable in quality I CoatiI andwell C- One For Sale 30000 ft Georgia yellow pine 4 by 4 by 10 on Farra Pelgrimage Tobacco No V Entire stock at cost for cash tf R Closing Opt Sale Having decidedto change location will sell at and less than cost fo cash my entire stock Drygoods and Shoes tf R L Hagan Farm For Sate 102 acres well handsome baick residence eight locm one mile from Bfyantsville on Lexington pike Address 9 2 St G T Higginbothm City Tax Notice Your City Tax has been due March the 1st if not paid by 1st there a penalty of per cent added Pay your City Taxe and save cost at Police Luther E Herron City Tax Collector Fine New Automobile Tires cheap not trust made goods Save you 5 per cent on tire cost Any style bead 28x2812 GO 30x3 12 8178C 32x3 12S8 90 34x3 1241960 30x4S21 70 31x4 22 CO 32x43CO 34x42680 34x4 15S3170 Duufops 15 per cen additional Tubes 15 per cent lei than standard prices No shodd goods Prompt shipments C O D allowing examination 5 per cent dis count for cash with order GEYER SALES CO Dayton Ohio A Good Position Can be had by ambitious young and ladies in the tied of Wireless o Railway telegraphy Since the 8hou law became effective and since Wireless companies are establishing stations throughout the country then is a great shortage of telegraphers Positions pay beginners from 870 t 90 per month good chance o advancement The National Institute operates six officia institutes in America under supervi sion of R R and Wireless Official places all graduates into positions It will pay you to write them for ful details at Cincinnati 0 or Philadel phia Pa 995t What A Famous Editor Says The editor of the TaylorTrotwooi Magazine wrote J o one of his friend these words You asked me to notif you if I saw an opportunity for a investment I have it for you I never knew until now what a good for a money making this magazine afforded You me to let you in on the ground flow and I am doing so This same opportunity is given who desire to be a stock holder and Life Subscriber to the Taylor Trot wood Iagazine One share of stock par 1000 and a perpetual sub to the magazine both I have your order now Thus opportunity is limited Publishing Co Private Sale Having decided to locate in West I wish to sell my place of about acres situated on Back Creek Stony Point school house on Rich mond and Lancaster dirt road miles from Lancaster 15 acres 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 intersec tine of four roads i 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 some farming tools You can pay for this place in two years with tobacco Will give you easy payments Mrs Tabitha C Doty 966t Lancaster Ky I I V John M Co parry Fake ale 923 lagan I Groceries 923 th the since November G Court- Room 30x31375 s men the Telegraph and sate opportun- Ity investment asked 1 a va ue scriptl n for 1000Let s Taylor the 2 near five good 2 Call impr wed sy will e nice with all Write Trotwood y w k i ATINA ATHENA 7 UNDERWEAR from Its very nature appeals with par ticular force to the When she picks it up she realizes she has found the underwear she wants As she wears it her opinion is strengthened Such daintiness such perfect such comfort without bulk have never been combined in underwear pre vious to the manufacture of the ATHENA line womanlywoman W fir women the One great point is that this beautiful desirable underwear costs no more than the ordinary illfitting underwear Daintiness elegance refinement without extra cost Without doubt ATHENA is the most desirable underwear we have ever sold for women misses and children Many styles and fabrics See Window Display At BATSONS STORE Just received a Car Load of American Fence 28 l2cts per rod for 30 days J R Mount Son Co ffm rtillm l Iau fgHmm lEfurtW8ffilJ8rn1 1m IJ 0 l I r- Ip c BE of the weather or of the good nature ofyour aeigk bors Stop in and order your coil the Inde dent I iiII now bile tfcEftnoneter i Mif 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 Nig Ci I i k r a ANNOUNCEMENT OF J H BaughmansN Horse and mule exchange at his home just sold in Stanford Ky Sold out to do 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 Nine to raise high priced mules this I know from actual experience 15 Yearling 14 to 12 Draft Fillies 2yearold 14 to 12 Draft Mares 40 3 to 5yearold 14 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 winter quarters 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 15 to 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 grass will exchange any of them for any other stock to graze especially mules and cattle Am always in the market for highclass mules and cattle J H T3AUGHMAN Phone 45 and 1 Stanford Kentucky All iragons look pretty much alike when finished painted and Tarnished How are you going to know what sort of timber is UNDER THE SAINT Even if you were a wagon expert you couldnt tell 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 tained a reputation for building the best wagons made and for absolutely honest dealing more 20 16 U PInder the l Y I When you lmow you can depend on the Jlmie take chances vriih any other We sell and guarantee the Studebaker Son Co Lancaster Ky iwhy MountJIR1 Y On The 1st OF NEXT MONTH pay all your bills with checks on this Bank and note with how much higher respect you are regarded Be I sides you will have something left and wont feel like your balance get too small That means ycu will cut down your spending and so increase your saving GARRARD BANK TRUST CO I I letting THE National Bank Of Lancaster 50000 Surplus 20000 DENNY President J E STORIES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saail D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennv J L Gill W I Williams ital CPA J J President WALIK J S JOHNSON PrestVice ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZMS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER EY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier s W O BIGNKY Asat Caster C D WALKKK Bookkeeper J J WALKER JK Assfc BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS x- JS Johnson Hudson T Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnod T I I I iof l- lF JJ Walker I U Arnold SJc yik c 7 r r B r f Kills a Murderer A merciless murderer is with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by They gently stimulate stom ach liver and bowels that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipa ion Headache Billi ousness Chills 25c at R E McRoberts and Sou 1m STONE Born to Mr C W Mitchell and wife a fine girl Mr and Mrs Walter Fain are rejoic ing over a tine baby boy Mr and Mrs Thomas Tapp are bug congratulations over a line boy Mrs Girty Allen of LaGrange has been visiting home folks for several weeksMr Prewitt has returned from a visit to Illinois Miss Baler Grimes has been a visitor of Mrs C Mjberly- Harve McCurley sold a mule cult to to Robert Long for 3000 Angle Sanders sold to John Prewitt one twoyearold filly for 13500 C M Moberly bought of Brewner ilennells some calves at lOits Mr Lim Cobb is in Lexington on business Miss Linnia Preston and mother have been visiting in Boyle county Mr C S Sanders and family have been Crab Orchard Mr Irven Clonses little girl has fevor Its The Words Best No one has ever made oint or bam to compare with lens Arnica Salve Its the 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 McRoberts and Sot PIIEACHEHSV1LLB Dame Rumor hints a soon Mr David Adams and three of their jhildren are down with typhoid fever Mr D M Anderson sold 12 mules o Mr J Mr J P Ballard bought four calves l Church Wilson for 887 J R Rijzsby sold 25 acres of to Mr J M Cress at delis edMr M F Lawrence sold 30900 pound ctttle to Lutes Bros at Mrs T Y Shaw had as her visitors Mesdames Wm Shaw and HawleyMiss Carpenter has returned from a visit to Madison county rel Misses Katie and Carrie Payne of Lebanon Junction were the guests of Mr and Mrs J l Payne Misses lia Pettus and Eva Taylor who are teaching in the graded school at Crab Orchard visited Miss Pettus grandmother Mrs Rebecca Pettus las Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs T Y Shaw visited Mr and Mrs Wilson King near Gum SulphurRev Cornelius of Berea is holding a protracted meeting at the Baptist church Mr J R cow to Mr J F Payne for 2750 and bought some shoats at 10 cents Mr M F Lawrence sold some corn to Mr N W Fowle of Rowland at Mr Ben Kennedy sold two weanling mules to W A of Garrard at 50Mr J C Hays sold 4o head of 550 pound cattle to M F Lawrence at 4J centsMr Cobb of Boyle bought a lot of 900 pound from parties here at 41 cents to 5 cents Mr J F Shaw sold a weanling mule to J H Thompson for 78 Mr William Croushorn bought some hogs of Phil B Thompson at 10 cents When Sick Women suffering from head ache backache pain inside or nervousness or any other resulting from female trouble should and use it regularly Cardui has been found by thousands of ladies to relieve female weak ness by restoring to health the weak womanly organs r n scarlet e asalve I Bush perfect mania e 11 Cress Ir rn 250 420 Rigsby sold a 350 Price cattle ailment get Cardul Appendicitis prevention preventing reedy S S visiting in Q men atSJO S ati ties r Take CAROUI Mrs F S Mills Murietta Calif tried Cardul and writes I dont think anyone can recommend medicine more highly than I can Cardul I had a mishap followed by in flammation I positively be lieve I would have died had it not been for Cardui When I began taking it I could not poundsTrySold everywhere B45 I f2 JLQ 7 viJ taking BUENA VISTA fiJissMayme Bast in of Lancaster is visiting the family of Albert Skinner Mrs Grubbs of has been the guest of Mrs C F Ison and relativesMrs and children from near Salvisa have visiting rela tives here She was accompanied hone by Mrs John W Scott who will remain for a short while John Najlor represented Mt Olivet Sunday School at State Convention at Winchester last week He reports a great meeting The school of Miss Lncretia Skim er gave a box upper last Friday night to raise money to pay fur the new heater They realized S1575- Ilngh Ask ins who has been in for sme time is at home and wife of Ambrose were guests of J W Aspens Sunday Mr CyrusEason and wife of Burgin visited Ed Eison and family last WednesdayA bought of V T Evans one bay mare price 8225 Mrs Hugh Christopher spent Tues dav with her parents in Lexington James Riles of Wyoming has been visiting the family of this uncle John Duncan Sr Miss Mary Asians of this place F T Walton of Bradfordsviila were united in marriage at Lancaster Monday Rev Walton is the popular pastor of the Presbyterian church here and Miss Askins an active church worker She will be missed both in church and social circls They left immediately for his home at Brad fordsville A host of friends extend congratulationsMrs from Mercer attended church here Sunday dinned with Miss Ora Poor FARMERS COLUMN space below this heading is for the exclu sive use of our farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm ns the farmer cannot afford to adver tise No notice will be accepted over four lilies and will be only in two issues of the RECORD free of charge I have for sale a good pair of four year old work mules I will be in town Court Day with 50 bushels of hil onions Tom Leavell A good home for man and wife or old lady for particulars apply to T W Curtis B F D 1 Lancaster Came to my place about the 10th day of July a small roan heifer weiirh ing about fC01t Owner can have same by paying expenses Mote Robinson Wanted to rent for the year 1911 a bout S acres of tobacco land with good house not less than four See Mitchel Kellef Hedgeville Ky or J F Robinson at National Bank Lancaster Kentuckey A 2 yearold red cow with white spot in forehead short horns Moved from Buena Vista to Carters ville Reward of will be given for return to me at Cartersville Cow was giving milk Sam Pennington CartersvilJe Ivy United States of America Eastern District of Kentucky S S In the United States District Court In And FOP Said District EASTERN DIVISION In the matter of Cur S SANDERS Notice of 1st Meet Bankrupt lug of Creditors To the creditors of Coy S Sanders of Stone in the County of Garrard State of Kentucky and District a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 22nd day of August A D 1910 the said Coy S Sanders was duly adjudi cated bankrupt and that the meeting of hs creditors will be held W I Williams in Lancaster Ken tricky on the 17th ot October A D 1910 at 10 oclock in the forenoon at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting- T II HARDIN Ot 3 1910 Refree in Bankruptcy LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Oct 13 Receipts Shipments Cattle Hogs Sheep ins 1810 1077 170 8i5 CATTLE Shippers Butcher steers extra Good to choice Common to fair Heifers extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows extra Good to choice Common to fair i Canners Bulls balognas Extra Fat bulls CALVES extra Fair to good Common and large HOGS good packers and butchers Mixedpackers Stags Common to choice heavy fat sows Light shippers Pigs 110 IDS and less SHEEP extra Good to choice Common to fair LAM S extra i to Common toJ ir j j Shelbyville other Scott been Guy Stacey and- Re and I 1 W Coon Kentucky rooms Lost with 5 NoIn Bankruptcy t J aforesaid 115 5OG5 G 00 I55 000 2 264 GO e 5Q 90 475I Gi I CCJ w 2 I 90 e 06 I 50 oJJO Is 8501000 I S 50 I 63 9 PO I COD II 5 j07 6 258 15 o0 G oo8 60 400 u 3253 90 200J 7101715 6 CO OO GOO rtt Lf r dr i i Missouri pooooaooooo00000000000oooooaccaro oooFOOOOOOCOCOOCOCOOOOOOOJOoao Strayed fir day Est 5 75d 3 bbd 1 5COri 8 5Ot OOC3 7i4 450O0 d10 50d 8 diay 9 15 Good choice r stat u u6 Food Fermenting in Stomach Causes a Rank Condition When you have indigestioa your food sours many limes it actirill rots and forms gases that poison the bloodTake Minna stomach tablets if you want to change your bad stomach into a healthy clean one best prescription for upset stomach and indigestion ever written Nu matter how miserable your stomach feels Miomi stomach tablets give immediate relief Take stomach tablets which are guaranteed to cure indigestion rod rid yourself of dizziness bilious nervous or sick headache or monev back Ask R E McRoberts Takt Miona tablets if vou want to make your stomach so strong that it will digest the heartiest meal without distress and funisn gocd clear nu tritious blood making elements to the body Take Miomi tablets one or two with or after each meal if you want to get lid of that drowsy tired out feelingFifty cents a box at R E Me Roberts Sun or leading druggists everywhere 1 was bothered for years with stomach trouble and gastritis Food laid like lead in stomach and fei merited camirj gas to form This caused a pressure on my heart so that 1 chuaked and gasped for breath and thought my time had ensue Mi owe cured me after 1 had doctored ihout success Vm V Bloomington Ind 1910 Oh That Mortgage From The Majors Scrap Pile In toe whole range of sacred and profane literature perhaps there is nothing recorded which has such stay lug quaiiiies as a good healthy It ssicks closer than a brother It has a mission that never lets up Day after day it is right there nor does the slightest tendency to slumber impair its vigor in the Ki ht and day on the Sabbath and at holy times without a moments time for rest or recreai jn the biting offspring on and on The seasons may change days run into weeks weeks i ito mouths and taut the be swall nved up in the gray of ad vancing years but the mortgage up in sleepless the interest a perensiial stream running ceuslesslv on Like a monstrous nightmare eating out sleep and rest of the restless slumberer the unpaid mortgage its gaunt and hungray front to the miserable debtor who isia its It holds the helpkss victim with the relentless grasp of hungry giant not one moment of respie or recreation not one moment immunity from its hideous presence A genial savage mollifying aspect hie the interest is paid very devil of devour ng aspect when payments fail Save the pieces wear your old cloth ts reduce your living in all possible ways go down and look in at the jail window and say which looks best that or the mortgage Bar Them The proper study of mankind is a room where womankind cant get in Lippincotts HOG RAISERS Are your hogs worth 5 cents per tread We guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from di ease for 5 cents per head per month It cures Cholera Kills Worms Slim ulates the Appetite Aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout the country Come in and let us tell you about it 2 SOLD BY J R Mount Son Co The undersigned hereby give warn hug 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 Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire R Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N R Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich W Kinnaird T A Elkln Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels DBA nderson n C A mold W G Anderson II C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn J G Clark Pilgrimage TobacaCo AND CURE TH2 LUNGS New OisoDvsry s FILTHY STOmACH Miomi is the M iomi nes SIn Mathews mortgage of exitence stands wig i uncc the rears POSTED Mrs P Z TRice Jas Sutton KILL OUCH I I WITH f leapt its merest with pile clutch mfi Dr1 kings FOR OUCHS OLDS SOc 100 Trial Bottle Free PRICE AND ALL THROAT AND fnjfrTt A KTIESDSATISFACTOB OR R E McRoberts J LUNG TROUBLES I I StOle J MONEY REx J I Having sold my farm in this county I will sell publicly to the highest bidder all of my Jacks and Jennets of 1 4yearold Jack 1 3year old Jack 2 2year old Jacks and one Jack colt all good colors and wellbred and good workers 15 Jennets most of them bought at B B Kings at Moreland last year These Jennets are all bred to the Tucker Jack One trotting Stallion 5yearold standard and registered about 200 shocks of corn a lot of sorghum cow peas a strrm buggy one runs bout good as a lot of farming implements McCormick binder a lot of household goods some Jersey cows and heifers pair of work 4 year old 16 hands high 75 good stock ewes and a few hogs This sale is Absolute Your Price is Mine H 1 Three miles south of Danville two miles east of Junction City Shel by Citv Post Office My Farm of 1 66 Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Greet pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further particu lars write me N H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky We are handling best brands of coalBLACK BEAR RED ASH JELLICO and Blue Gem Block and Nut Also BENNETT JELLICO You will find our prices cheaper for quality than other dealers Coal 10 to 140 per bushel at yard or on cars Any one car load will sell very close as cheap as you can butt from the Fresh Clean Eggs 19c Cash H B NORTHCOTT DEPOT STREET piiii SALE I of OcL 19101 consisting new I Imu- les HFP11 r I s i IH i tr m t1il1 b COAL wanting mines i 3 one I i JNa rI S iti J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Fruit and Shade Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for free Catalogue No Agts H HiUenmeyer Sons Lexington Kentucky i ri 3J J l Jersey Bull Season 1910 J W SWEENEY H J County Surveyor PIWNK SJlOffice over F G IJttre furultnre starts LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry jour sales Best of references CARDS i L Hemy Simpson 88427 TIN IrY Lancaster Kentucky V T KING Auctioneer at OGg00p0ag000aaa00a0400a009OCAr aooooooooaooooxoacooaoow t E Graduate Optician Ii ITrJlorrou Glasses Fited5atLtct ou lttll K Denny DENTIST Office overalls AruoMsMiilinerr J PATRICK DentistA- ll Worfc Guaranteed Lick Kentucky DR Win BOSETT Phvsican kind Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone fc Gilt Flowers ofQUALITY I Ware McRoberts fS3 frOOOOOO OOOOOOOO 6OOOO oqO Hughes Swiaekoad REHL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 OUFoe Phone 3D Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two White Barbers fe Town See the tall sfgn 2vorth side of Public Square HOUSE J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNED Will Practice in all State Courts ands u S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 1W Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Glens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fc W Faulkner fllgr LOCK AND LISTEN Fur UpTcDate Hair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS HENRV DUNCANS Olio Hours Stormes Drug Store 13 F WATIER Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky I have just opened up a new clean Barber Shop- on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me Clean Tools Sharp Razors Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN I I II PaintlllDtf o l QJCI ClcOoOOeoOO ClDD ClCClIIC f I it M GOTO nor ox RICIDIO STREET over r f L r I BuBEia Office 8amtoLlpmto4 t z i t