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Tile Land of Row PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOUT GOVERNMENT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 I91O From The of NUMBER 23 CENTRALLFrnn L Iant LOU I y 4 l I k THE RECORD rt TWlfd 113 Lrtn iw tJ PLUM BiNGg OTiIJDTERil AND p fI 1J 12Ti fJ i L I I tri JA g rij u4W tm iI I tH50m1 i iHj tI I Let lIS 111ake prices I can serve you some money a l J f1 ia 1 J rJ1 rb 1 J fI- ti J Li We are head quarters for Galvanize roofing can furnish on short notices I f1Tq D tllfir1 rl1 4 K fLalvctstl rf rc oN U v a c 1 3 4 r cTrFA L t k t you t TR 4- llLJ flj t i t- Buy that new fall suit at Logan sale theRecord office a between the age of 12 and 18 to the newspaper business Monday is County Court Day s while you are in town dont fail t stop at the Record Office and pay subscription This means anyone owes us so be on hand At nine oclock Saturday 3 Logan will throw away absolutely 13 50 worth of dependable merchandise from the top of his roof Be on liana 5 and get some of this free doings f Mrs B F Walter entertained in formally on Tuesday evening In honor of Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts attrac 3 tive guest Miss Reed of Texas beautiful coloneal house and grounds 3 were artistically decorated Frappe the front porch the lower porch was ffi for dancing Mrs Walter has always 3 been known as a charming hostess sine ia never in the history of our town has f there been a more delightful social 5 gathering No Services Sunday g Rev C C Brown left Wednesday attend the meeting of the Transvl vania Presbytery at Buck Horn Ky The Presbytery will be in session over Sabbath therefore there will be no 6 j service at the Presbyterian church Z Sunday A Bad Fall On last Sunday morning while on s her way to church Mrs Johnson Price ito fall and hurt herself very badly a She was taken home at once where ev n j cry attention was given and now she is about well 1 BurnsRobinson Charley Rubinson of this county 5 near Buena Vista was married on 5J Wednesday in the city of Lexington Miss Mary Burns The wedding was at 330 and was at the home of the brides parents and quite a swell Harry Tomlinson of this place cousin a of the groom acted as best man 1 Appointed Stock inspector The Fiscal Court has appointed Mr Jj A D Leaven stock inspector for Gar rand County Mr Leavell is a stock a more appointment duties are to spect stock to see that they are in K good health He will be paid accord 9 j the number of head of stuck tlui inspects I WantedAt boy r I learn I C your who f3 morning I free t2 f The I t I I Ito 1 I i ol t j l to he l 3 refreshments r i i 4 Richmond i ito affairs i CourtSIlls in- S iri SEE OUR NW Footwear For Ladies We are ready to show you all the latest nov elties in SUITS and OVERCOATS for Men and Boys H T LOGAN i LINE i OfF 11a i I s n n I 4r a rr r r a I Did you eyer hear of 100 shirts 25 cents Logan sells them during sale Killed On Train John Doty about 27 years of age a son of Jerry Doty a respectable citizen of this place was shot a killed Sunday night while coming Cincinnati on the Land N excursi by a Lincoln County negro nsitri Ophelius Bryant The shooting just beyond Winchester a Bryant was arrested when the arrived at Winchester It is that Doty was not at fault and Bryant thought he was another fello Doty was buried at this place Tuesd afternoon WalkerDoty Charles J Doty and Miss Lula Bel Walker were united in marriage the home of the brides parents 3 and Mrs William Walker in Fayet County on last Wednesday Kev VV Porter Baptist minister olliciatin Jack Doty as he is famiiary know here at his boyhood home is a son the late Mr Charles Doty of Barbara Cal is making good in tl city of Henderson where he holds lucrative position with the railway company The bride is as an unusually attract1 voung lady and quite popular Tl happy young couple left at once the home of the groom in Henderso Good Prices at Sale A large crowd of people attended sale of Mr Cleveland Rose last wee and prices were good A bunch brood sows sold at prices rangin from 35 to 50 per head and 27 of 100pound shoats sold at 12 cents pound A team of yearling mules for 356 and another pair at 335 an mule colts brought from 75 to SIO A pair of aged mules sold readily B450 and an inferior team at 365 brought from 4 50 to 500 Farming implements brought prices and everything sold readi Mjney was plentiful and was spirited Col Dunn was in hi best spirits and those present declare that he eclipsed all of his past record on the block Urged to Run The Danville Advocate his the fn owing to say about our tflicient Corn jy Attorneylion Robinson county of Garrard county was in city today He has many friends hen end is always a welcome visitor Mr Rubinson was asked about the that he may be in the race for attorney and his reilj was that he was very well pleased with his present He has made a very tine county attorney and it goes saying that he would be a candidate for the place now held iy Hun Charles A Hardin think he ought to run for the dace We agree with the Advocate that e would make a good commonwealth attorney and if he should decide that e wants the place he would be a hard to beat for he has served us well i his present capacity Shot Down and Robbed of Money and Whiskey While carrying on his back a sack containing three gallons of whiskey Jones an industrious and re colored man whose home is in was held up by two white near W H Traylors distillery Lincoln county on last Saturday ght about nine oclock and after Jones through the breast him of 1000 in money and ree gallons of whiskey Jones was ought back to his home in after the shooting where he was medical attention He is in a cry critical condition and little hope had for his recovery Dock Terpin another negro who was by when the assault was made witnessed it after he had sufnc ntly recovered from the fright stated iat he and Jones bad gone over to Traylor distillery to get some hiskey and while he waited at the Jones went through a back to a house near the distillery and bile he was gone Charley Humber Alvin Thomas came up to his but j and had a conversation with him recently Jones came back toward the the same way that he had gone i get to the house and Humber and advanced meeting Jones near him demanded his goods treated the request seemingly i a joke whereupon Humber drew a and fired two shots only one of hick took effect and when Jones nad then to the ground Thomas proceed 1 to rob him of his effect He says moon was shinning brightly and e could see the parties plainly and everything that passed them After the parties had bbad him they ran away County Attorney W S Burch of incoln county came over to Monday and placed warrants with Ballard for the arrest of Hum Thomas charging them with crime but before the sheriff had to get out to Hyattsville near the accused parties live they ad beard of the warrants and skipped and have not been found at the ime we go to press Humber and homas are bretbereinJaw and are rominently connected LATER Hamber was found Thurs ay morning by Sheriff Ballard fur his and colored from occurred train chimed that at 1 of Santa a street reported for the of head a sold for Cattle per hundred good IV bidding attorney the report commonwealths without formidable A lot of people man James pe ted Lancaster men In shooting robbed Lancaster given is near and the vehicle way and buggy Thomas when Jones pistol the beard between Lancaster Sheriff ber and the time where out I i Loirau believes lion I people so you should in turn patroni him Public Speaking Hon Harvey Helm Democratic nominee for congress will speak i the court house in Lancaster Monday at 130 cclock P M Durin his two terms he has been true to party and constituentt Go hear him give good reasons for votin against the party of two factions pn tractive tariff trusts the New and all that is truthful to test interest of the masses The Wallace Farm Sale the real men report that the ste of th Wallace farm was held on October 1 th just as advertised by them being sold to the highest bidder without by bid or limit The home place with 107 acres was purchased by E K Ross at 100 11 per acre 34 acres unim proved Inn 1 by las G BtKosirlu at l GO per acre The store house and lot at Point Leavell oy Noah Spainhower fur 1000 00 and the five acre tract with smiU dwelling by Dennis Lear for 65600 The whole farm of 21C acres averaged 102 per acre Campaign Committee HOP R H Tomlinson has been ap pointed chairman of the Democratic Congressional campaign committee of Garrard county Under his leader ship the campaign will be vigorous anti aggressive and we may expect good results though the county is republi can The members of the committee are as follows Court House precinct M D Hughes East Park T B Robin son West Park Ashby Arnold West Brvantsville C C Becker East Bry intsville John Bryant Buckeye Rob art Long Walkers School House C S Ballow Paint Lick Robert Arnold Union Mr Cunn Mr Tomlinson the committee to meet at his dice in Lancaster on Saturday Ojto er 29 at 2 oclock p m Joy Riders Have Exciting Time While returning from Nicholasville Sunday night ia his new Auto Mr llaselden and family of this city lashed into a large trunk of a tree hat had been placed squarely across turnpike in front of Mr Dave Uvopes place about four miles from own The occupants of the machine were considerably shaken up and htened but were not seriously hurt Ir Ilaseldens new machine however considerably damage It is that this in the was placed there by four young in the neighborhood for the of having some fun and that they staitioned near by to enjoy the when some persons in an utomiliile should run into the log he penalty of the law is very heavy r such sin act and the proper should see that such are taught that this is not the ay to make fun Harding Next Judge Judge George E Stone of Boyle announced last Monday in anville that he would not be in the the nomination for Circuit udge which leaves Commonwealths ttorney Chas A Hardin of lIar idsburg the only candidate before le Democratic party It is now actically certain that Mr Hardin ill have no opposition for the nomi So acceptable have been the rvices of Mr Hardin as Common eallhs Attorney to the people of district that they are glad to pre him to the more responsible of Circuit Judge Mr Hardin a learned lawyer fair and impartial his official conduct and he possesses true conception of the ofllcial digni necessary to make a successful Cir tit Judge That he is well titled in way for the high honor he seeks 2 verily believe and wish that he ay realize his ambition without political struggle Ideal Way Mr E P Eaulconer1 of Danvilla purchsed a farm on Manitee river Tampa Florida and will at once for the laud of flowers and erect handsome home upon his new poss sions In November his family will in him and they will spend six mon s there The othersix months they spend upon their Blue grass farm the Faulconer section In a coc rsation with a Mr Faul ncr says such a plan of living is larebt the ideal as it is possible to This perfected the modern methods of travel trip over the Q teen through the pictureque Ken cky Tennessee mountains the orchards of Seorgla and the range groves of Florida embraces ie of the most charming journeys in union To board the train in the grass on a zero day and land a hours later in the land of summertime is as the realization- a happy dream The Queen Cres it Route is now making very attrac ve winter tourist rates to all Flor a points and the indications are for a very large southbound issenger traffic this season Vestibu d pullman coaches will be carried from Cincinnati to Jacksonville New Orleans f j in patronizin s I next his hi and Nationalism the inebroad estate requests Sam the fri was reported obstruction turnpike men purpose were scene authorities offenders county contest for nation the mote is in a ty every further t i has near lea ve a I j will tin reporter I attain way has been by The Route peach the Blue few perpetual favorable direct and p r i i flit liesti potion Ores 3nt s 6 m vO J Se f1 15 ti n U 1 0 i 0FEi r t F Q S u q BEST HEATER I ffADE Is Come and we will show you why 8 I0 lII- II r1A tLU N BROS I dlwV h rI I JL1 Ab lljl L 1 l pt- l j d l r Z0 01m S I T c Os V rnt Ie Gl Ef Sj t J 1 r 1 FOR 30 DAYS we will sell the KOKOMO Wire Fence at 28 l2cts W J Lancaster Kentucky We want you to remember Glen Lily or White flouse f when you make your order tliats why we are J using tins space i Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER KENTUCKY Subscribe For The Record Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a day S xW MOSS190 ROMANS Mo otHt I I I I I I io 1 I I I 1111111111111111 II i i iii I I i flltIlltl IIIIrIIIIt IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII i i i t t f one ic t ii t4 e NN N 1 f 1- l T x GO TO FOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS t r1P fPIiil I 4 F G CJLuf v rlT T 1F1iC4 i i1Ar e 19 Kf ir i t I m f JtJ m I 1 d ft J Furniture lI R gS M ETC J 5 G LL r i i r It- t r- I Carpt a tZJPanosi t f CENTRAL ISSUED WEEKLY Ji t A YEAR GREEN CLAY WALKER Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky October 21 191O Rates For Political Announcements- For Precinct and City Oiliccs 8 500 For County Ouices 1000 F r State and District Oflices 1500- Fv r Calls per Jine 10 Cards per line 10 publications in the Inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per Jine 10 Gfcttuaries line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOIl COX KE55 Harvev Helm Lincoln County ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge itiKirzi announce Hon Charles A Rare in a candidate fox the Thirteenth Judicial at the November election 1911 subject to the action of ihe Democrat ic party Statistics of Disease According to recent mortality sta tistics the number of deaths in the United States is annually about one and a half millions This would indi cate the continuous illness of about three millions Of these medical au thorities give us about 500000 afflicted with tuberculosis Of 22Jo children examined in New York City 2J were to be suffering with pulmonary troubles Illinois is said to be spending ckse upon two millions every year to educate children that will die of tuberculosis about the time of graduation The national Tuber culosis Society calculate that one twentieth now in school nearly a inil of children will die of this disease before the aye of manhood and wc w 1 t Edt r E Luau llc j I I p r are to Jndse of percent lion t Off IN lntciIATIr sft dRrtJ Cti sa 1itxC tfT AI C- Fairf Mattir For For ai We District fort U manlUiid This terrible sacrifice is evident iv nrt necesary Professor Filipr estimates that it can be1 edutvd 75 per cent The number of deaths from tuberculosis has already decreased pearly 15 per Cent in live years The is a fierce one snit we can ctint oil vicioikms with ChoJera which used decimate our pupuiatrm are now almost swept fut of the United States Yellow lever which at was held to be unconquerable is the east of our fears even in death rate of 640 out cf every 100 000 has fallen to one of 7 in 1 OI and not a single death during the next three years Malaria fever with its transmitter the is still a serious scourge but no longer a terror Professor Fisher shows that Of ninety diseases seven account for note that half of our losses of life ard he holds preventable Tuber cukisis and typhoid fever are at pres ent our two chief dangers A Bureau of Health is a rational demand of the people The Independent l The remark is often made by visit ors to our town that it is a prosperous thriving town Traveling men espec j tally speak of the amount of done for these re mark are That the buyers pay the j hkheftt price that the markets sfTord often a good deal better prices than j are paM in the neighboring towns To the merchants aito is due a share of the credit They carry large unit well i selected stocks bought in large quan tides at close figures for cash and Jive their customers the advantages of the cut prices Nothing helps to build up a town more than Lye ener getic business men Our teachers are working hard and successfully but they never know whether their work is appreciated or not unless they have some intimation to the effect from the patrons of the schools Parents should make it a point to visit at least the rooms in which they have children Kindly visits from parents have an inspiring influence both for teacher and pupils and if the visit be accompanied by occasioned word of encouragement so much the better The prosperity a town is not guarded the wealth of its inhabi tants but by the uniformity with i j a I i and i to j that an If these f busines- I I Irvine battle pert txtice shut 1p x onetime Cub- A tno quite s serewis at i i METAL SHINGLES Laid 20 yeas ago are as new today and have never needed repairs Think of it What other will last as long and look as cell Theyre fireproof and very easily laid They can be laid right over wood shingles if necessary without dirt or inconvenience For prices and other detailed information apply to James T Hill Agent or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa good s storrY woof roofing creating which they pull together when any important undertaking is t be accom pWied A man with a thousand dollars at his command ad a love for his town in his heart can do more for the upbuilding of it that the who locks up his capital and snaps his lintiers at home progress Democrats In The Limelight j Three Democrats whose fate as candidates will be deter mined next month are very properly i the subjects of careful study by Dem ocrats throughout the country for one of the three may become the partys i candidate for President in 1912 Insi Harmon of Ohio Woodrow of New Jersey and John A Dix of New York these are the men at racting the attention of Democrats very where The size of the majority received by etch of these men if elected may i ave much to do with the race in ls i2 Two of them are untried and so far as national politics concerned unknown Governor Harmon enjoys the prestige of having been one of the three Dem ocrats elected to Governorship in Republican or doubtful states in IfluS a big Repul lican year But this will go for naught so far as the Presidential nomination is concerned i unless he again Ohio next month and by a big plurality President Woodrow Wilson al though untried in public office has an advantage his wide reputation as an educator an anticipant in public movements and a writer on pditical subjects His conduct in the New Jersey compaign is generally praised lie has developed campaigning ability of a high order speeches are nei ther academic nor and his personaiity is attractive He is credi ted with being a progressive which does not Mire the shine meaning when applied to a Republican If President Wilson should carry New Jersey by a handsome plurality his availability for the Presidential Particularly in the south wouklhe acceptable because of his southern birth and training and the south its opportunity might assert its power by forcing his nomination John A Dix is an unknown quan tity as yet A mouth ago he was never thought of as a possible nominee for the Presidency A mouth hence or a little more he maw loom very large the Democracys growth of ber That New York would go Demc event up to the time of the Saratoga convention and the bulling of prominent Republicans since the convent m hardly justifies the cock sure predictions of Republican success Democratic victory ii New York next month would insure careful of the character and fitness of the man who heads the ticket as a possible leader in a bigger tight These are some of the reasons why the present campaign in New York New Jersey and Ohio is watched with such keen interest by Democrats Tile history of 1912 is being made in part in 1910 Washington Post Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but C C J E Stormes I unun i sort Wilson e I cart I I j l Hi be- I I tits cratic this year was accepted as a millionaire gubernatorial pre ti yes incendi try conceded seeing amour foreordained consideration Good Way to Use Hyomei for Catarrh Besides bieathing through the in a few times a day many catarrh sufferers write that they ti d inhaling HYOMLE pronounce it Hiyhtme from a bowl of steaming water each night before retiring a great aid in curing stubborn cases Try it its very simple gives quick relief and makes you breathe Fill a Jowl half full of boiling water pour into the water a teaspoonful ot c ver head and bfvvl with and breathe through nose and mouth the pleasant medicated anti septic and healing vapor that arises This method relieves the stuillness at once and makes your Head tine 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 in halentBear in mind that a HYOMEI costs 8 1 00 But as stated before if you already own in inhaler a battle of HYOMEI cost hut 50 cents HYOMEI is guaranteed by R E McRubert Son and druggists every where to cute catarrh sore UiOiU coughs colds asthma and or mopes back Try it on that generous basis Stomach dosing never cured catarrh and never will HYOMEl directly reaches the inflamed membrane kills the germs and soothes and heals the itilLimation Viite fur free trial but HYOMEI t Booths Hvomei Co Buffalo New York The President Is Slightly in Error In bis speech at toe Republican National League dinner in New York Presideht Taft said Oar democrat i friends are saying that if the Demo cratic party came into power it would reduce the expenses of this govern ment 8300000000 It would seem that Mr Taftsqua rel is rightly not with the democrats but with Nelson W Aldrich the Re publican chairman of mittee of the Republican senate It yeas Senator Aldrich who stated on the lloor of the senate that a could run the government 6300 000000 cheaper than it is now being run 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 SAMPIK TREATMENT FREE If you have Ulcers Eating Sores Itching Ilumois Swellings Mucus Patches Bone Pains offensive pim pIes or Eruptions take B B B Boton ic Bliud All symptons heal quickly Blood is pure and rich completely changing the entire body into a clean healthy condition heal eveiy sore and stopping all aches pains and itching curing worst case of blood poison DRUGGISTS or by ex press SI PER LARGE BOTTLE with directions for home cure SENT FREE by writing Blood Balm Co ALlanti Gi Describe your troublo and free medical advice given Sold by F P FRISBIE i j hal r HYO lEI Cowl feel I outfit croup i I I tie of the FIn ucecom I I BTested I I Bam road the I I I k easier I businessman I SAM- PLE3 Forced To Leave Home Every year rge number f pn r sullerers whose lungs are sore and rack ed with coughs are urged to y to climate But is costly aid not a ways sure Theres a tttr way J Let Dr New Discovery cure you at home It cured me of lun trouble writes TV 14 Nelson of Ark wh a else failed and 1 iijuned pun s in v ight Its sutVv the King of all t ugh aid lunsr cures j Thousands owe lives and health to it Its positively fsr j Coughs Colds LnGnppe AstSma j Croup all Throat and Lung Irtubies and Trial little free at H E Sin In FARM FOR SALE Tarn offering for sale farm of 104 54 acres situated on the Walker turnpike one and one halt miles from Manse Kv This farm well improved and in bib state of cultivation Has nearly ne 5 ro i dwelling good untburldings two t bacco barns hold 5 PlenM good stock water and cistern This is oce of the best and j productive farms in the county and will sell at a bargain if sold in next 30 i days Call on or write G P Terrill Lancaster Kj Sick List a Heavy One The sick List of the London force averages 500 men every day i HOG FEEDERSN- ow is the time save your rugs Dont wait until they become sick Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy- is the only known c u It E for hog chol era A few doses along with the j feed now will destroy all disease breed ing germs worms and parasites i your hogs and cause them to fatte rapidly Costs only 5 cents pi mouth for each hog LY 1 J R Mount Son Co Dont fail see Logan Saturday 1 Get your Court Day dinner at the jail For Sale Good Plymouth Rock CockeraL Fine Breeders J E Stormes What A Famous Editor Says j The editor of tile TayiorTrot wood Magazine wrote to one of his friends these words Yon asked me to notify you if I saw an opportunity for a safe investment I have it for you I never knew until now what a good for a money making investment this magazine afforded You asked j me to let you in on the ground floor and I art doing so i This same opportunity is given all who desire to be a stuck holder and a j Life Subscriber to the Taylor Trot wood Magazine One share of stock i par value 1000 and a perpetual sciiption to the magazine both 1000 r Let us have your order now i opportunity is limited Write Taylor Trotwood Publishing I I o I 7 100 McRoherts and r ate mr i acr m t police t very OLD I tI I I I I i i I I I sub for I I I I r another this King Calamine tit i guaranteed hoc good i I opportunity i I This i j Colt Your Husband Will Be Unwilling to have you g back ordinary four once he has tasted the delicious bread cakes baked from z I i t I Y V L WHITE SWAN FLOUR Why not try a sack of it The result will please him anII you too The cost of White Swan Flour is no mme caa that of common Flour Try a sack your next order Lancaster Elevator and Flour MitEs ALEX WALKER Pre We wilt PLY highest market price rt all times either at Paint Lick or Stanford V P DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO Phone 101 ticf rJ Kentii kv BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH ElIifc Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone J i ii C I I N F hi tXr tr flUB rii n r C 0t g I I KIN AID heSHttncc u i I11JISURED YOUR 1OBACCO II 8 HASElDffi I 3 l b CPr A u J liGl g fr1 ffiI tl di I tI I It Take ajffE r1i t t b I L i rrlt Diver 1 a J V r- izsue LC zt tti t Codak ItIi youuTitn and let me fur j rush it I have 1 j- k I just bought a assort meat and also supplies I John McRobertsm 7 Lancaster Kentucky rice l l tJ J fl tJ zl i s- Special on Rubber Tires The B F Goodey and the Kelly Springfield is the best Rubber on the market Guaranteed to sell the world over at 2000 per set and guaranteed to be the best Rubber made tK Going in this sale at 15OO per set Firshon that sells at 1800 going in this sale at 13OO per set Set of 4 wheels 7S size Defender Rub ber regular price 1400 this sale 1000 Best round edge steel tire per set for buggy size Danville Kentucky vvvf mfc mmv sM s frv J JuL Jtv JLlI Jbl Danvillle Kentucky f N or dl ays Days i 1800and 1 3 4 R lV O D K gg t I Ct R t t re to Daysj x Onhli 6 a 50 ri c s S jL-r r 1t- x t We will throw away from the top of our building 1 Saturday Oct 22nd j at 23O oclock fifty dollars worth of good dependable merchandise to the crowds 1 Delow Be on hand and get fj your tare absolutely free Lancaster Kentucky g ORH IArcIoJL 2al f he I I c t 3 d LO6AN tartling Information A1VT TT 1 U r o IIe 1 m I lI F i 1 10 k r 100 Shirts 25c To the first 20 men in our store Saturday Oct 22nd our opening day we will sell a regular shirt stan dard brand for 25c Dont miss this opportunity Store opens at 9 A M promptly Saturday H T LORAN Lancaster Kentucky 11 100 1 i AT 9 OCLOCK A M Entire Stock of Clothing Shoes and Furnishings will be put on Sale for Ten Days Owing to our heavy Fall and Winter purchases of Clothing Hats and Furnishings we are pinched for Room also anticipating other changes we are compelled at this season of the year to throw upon the this GIGANTIC SALE FOR TEN DAYS You Only a Few Dollars To Buy All You Need Read carefully do not skip a line Rain or Shine come buy new Dont do yourself injustice An event unparalleled in the annals of Lancas ter an event that offers the good people of this section an opportunity to buy Fall and Winter goods at a sacrifice An aggregation of under priced merchandise genuine bargains Here they are picked at random Every one is genuine s d 0 dtleglns atur ay ct 22n fiT LICJI I raI cI f GAr KyI EIIdl T 111k N TT bh I m 0m e3L e I 0 um ug I Nee i 4A 1 I Lancaster 3 aL9M- w market f Mens ClothingT- he largest sensational Clothing war Lancaster has ever known Ul tra fashionable nobby Clothing of the highest grade tailor mattes forced on the market to be sold for prices less than these garments could be manufactured for Scan these pri ces and then come to inspect this highgrade stock of clothing of all the best standard makes Then and only then can you test the truth and veracity of these Remember your money will be refunded should you be in any way dissatisfied with any pur chase you make at this Public Sale 298 For Suits Worth fine suit of clothes all to match made up in the best wool material homespun worsted and Scotch this suit is positively worth 800 or your money refunded any time during this public sale price now 298 457 For Suits Worth 1000 Mens suits that are the peer of any clothing you see elsewhere marked at prices to sell for 1000 a of goodness all sizes and all to match dont fail to ask for this suit the former price this suit sold for was positively marked at 1000 daring this sale price now 457 I J statements I 800A I mixtures marvel I = 8648 For Suits Worth 1200 j Mens suits of the finest makes in black and blueblack Thibets and i serges including some dark and fancy mixtures made up in all the new swagger nobby cut coats en tirely CUStom made suits which were positively sold for 1200 and marked to sell for the low price during this public sale now 648 8869 For Mens Suits Worth 13 50 Mens highly custom tailored garments that sold formerly for 1350 select a suit from this lot of finely finished and elegantly tailored suits garments such as the most fastidious dresser could desire these suits are made up from home foreign fabrics faultless fashion nobby effects and creation of art Remember if you are in any way dissatisfied your money is refund ed These garments positively sold formerly at regular prices of 31350 public sale price now 869 81148 for mens Suits Worth S1800 The swellest and nobbiest combination of style and skill that the products in tailoring can create fitting garments that show the very newest lines they are a revelation of the tailors skill showing careful and painstaking custom tailoring absolutely guaranteed these high grade tailored garments positively sold regular for 1800 marked to sell for at this sale now 1146 I I I and- I I I I I I I I I I Mens Pants 98c For Mens Pants Worth 1 50 Good quality worsted pants well tailored selections can be made of a great assortment of stripes and lines all sizes sold formerly for 200 sale price now 098 8148 For Mens Pants Worth 200 Distinct designs made of imported woolens excellently tail ored cassimeres plains and trousers that fit perfect and tailor finished sold regular for 8200 sale price now 148 198 For Mens Trousers Worth custom made trousers tailored from exclusive patterns garments that possess the master touch of elegance and refinement that appeals only to men who and require something differ ent from the ordinary factory made they are smart and full of formerly regular for 350 sale price 198 248 For mens Pants Worth strictly tailormade showing fit style and effect fineness of work that you could not duplicate even for the regular price these highly tailored trousers sold itively these values were formerly 450 come and select your fit and style at this sale now 248 chevi- ots 350Mens demand distinguished exclusiveness sold 450Trousers forpos Mens Craven ettes Raincoats and Overcoats 498 For Mens Overcoats Worth weight and medium weight Overcoats suitable to wear early in the Fall including Mens Overcoats in heavy black Beaver Cloth four buttoned single breasted style trimmed with Black Horn Buttons strong Worked Holes a 3 M inch collar with strong tab Three outside and flaps lined with Italian Cloth strong sleeve lining a lot of highly tailored Overcoats positively none worth less than 1000 sale price now 498 998 For Mens Overcoats Worth 1500 The swellest front Overcoat of style you could expect to buy regular for no less than 1500 Overcoats that penetrates to the swellfront highprofit dealer that would offer so highly tailored a garment for this price you can now duplicate for this low price Box Meltons in black or blue and a great amount of other dressy you can pick your choice from never sold for less than 1500 sale price now 998 1198 For Mens Overcoats Worth you used to wearing fine tailored made custom 1000Light Button I I elsewhere designs 1800If have been garments if you love the ultra and unusual in tailoring you should see these Overcoats and Cravennettes Early Fall Light and Medium Weights including a large lot that is just what you want this Winter A feast to the eyes of every of dress beauty and end less variation of excellent styles that reflect charming truth elegancy These costs are positive 1800 values come and pick your choice at this sale price now 1198 ShoeDepartment Work Shoes 98cts all sizes Work Shoes 128 all sizes Work Shoes 198 228 Mens high top work shoes 198 248 298 348 398 Dress Shoes WalkOver 350 shoe going for 298 400 shoes 325 Florsheim shoes 500 and 600 grades going for 425 Childrens Shoes Childrens 75c and 100 shoes at 48cts Boys shoes worth 175 and 200 special at 98cts Boys school shoes regular 250 r I connoisseur I individuality- and I I I l I S going value for 148 One lot of odds and ends special 25cts One lots of odds and ends special at SOcts Ladies fine shoes regular and 250 grades going for S148 All leathers in Ladies fine 350 and 400 grades sale price 298 Hats J B Stetson 500 grade now 398 Swan Hats 250 and 300 grades sale price 198 Swan 350 hat going at 248 Mens Furnishings 10c handkerchiefs 2cts 15c handkerchiefs 6cts 25c grade going at 14cts Heavy Soxs Sets Black and Tan Soxs 15c value for 6cts 25c value hose all colors 13cts 35 and 50c values for 22cts Fleece Lined undershirts and drawers 50 and 75c value per gar ment only 37c Wrights Health underwear 100 and 150 value only 87cts k Coopers Balbrigan underwear 100 and 150 per garment 88cts Royal Silk Plush J50 grade for98c Union Suits 3W grades going for177 Working shirts 50 and 75ct value going for 39cts 200 250and STOCK MUST BE SOLD AND TURNED INTO CASH Read This Guarantee We the undersigned hereby agree to refund any purchasers their money on any merchandise bought during this sale for any reason whatsoever if take back any merchan dise if found not as represented in this advertisement Owing to the well established reputation held by me I guarantee every price and every statement here never exaggerate quality or price Come here and see the evidence of the truth this is not a sale of ordinary common class or Bargain Sensational Sales This stock must be sold and turned into cash Come yourself of this opportunity dissatisfiedor madeI typeof hereavail br TEN DAYS Store closed Wednesday Thursday and Friday to mark down and rea range the stock for this sale Opers Saturday October 22nd at 9 A M A Free Ticket to UK Heebie Theatre tt Every Par cbser rf 50 cesis aid over Shy Ocher 22wL r If LOGANTo the people not familiar with my standing responsibility and establishment let us say the name of H T Logan is synonymous with high and honorable dealirgs and with a o years past record of standing in the city of Lancaster I never made any out strictly stating the truth the truth in the deepest sense of the word LOOK THE BLUE CANVAS FRONT H T assertionwith FO f Y nix 1 nr l Yt JL pl yYi TEN DAYS Ifyou value money be sure pay this store a visit We mil what we have and have what we iivercise This sale is for CASH mly A Fne Ticket It Tk Dickie llnbe fe In ItK i c8er p1 t y atii i 50ce a rc a 1Y G 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 kine 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 14 to 12 Draft Mares 10 3 to 4yearold 14 to Draft Geldings 10 General Purpose Geldings 20 General Purpose Mares 30 Branded Ponies and Several Shetland Ponies- I will close outjor put into winter quarters all unsold These horses and mares were bought hi 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 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 BAUGHMAN Phone 46 and 1 16 Stanford Kentucky Just received a Car Load of American Fence 28 l2cts per rod for 30 days J R Mount Son Co OF 1 roodmares rrdJjjIt m il Ii fBI I j Y 1- i l a 5 u ay G t I I J J On The 1st OF NEXT MONTH pay all your bills with checks on this Bank and note with how much higher respect you are Be I Tel Tded sides you will have something left and v ont feel like let ting your balance get too small That meant you will cut down your spending and so increase your saving GARRARD BANK TRUST CO 1 enI X sen Q l De w asen 0m 0 ma oI r THE National Bank Of Lancaster Sirplis 20000 JL R DENNY hresideat J E STORIES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Alex R Denny Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J L Gill WI Williams eaital 50000 Saml D Cochran A C CD JJ CD UJ rUJ os w00U 3 J J WAXKKK President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCA8TBM JTF CAPITAL soooe SURPLUS 25000 B P HUDKMT Cashier W O BMMBT A tCaabr C D WAIDR Bookkeeper T wTVTC T Bwittss Sdicito Froapt and Garcia Attention DIRECTORS J 8 JobMon B F Hwteon J J Walker T M7 Anrti iAta 61 Ww Lewis L C A Arnold t Ast 1Jook Keeper f r G C- yr t t r l I s Wilkes h I s I- YF HAVE THE Congressman Helm Shows Up Alliance of Republicans with CannonAldrich Special Interests in Strong Speech at Danville In an enthusiastically cheered Epeech delivered at Danville Ky on October 17 Hon Harvey Helm Dem erratic nominee for reelection to Con gress from the Eighth District in part saidThe Republican machine in this Congressional district does not appear to be in good working order but badly out of gear On the 9th day of August last the Republicans met in conven tion at Danville and after adopting a platform of the standpat variety places Mr R L Ewell on same The platform still stands it has not been renounced by the highbrows who con stituted themselves the whole party and selected the present nominee with out any reference whatever to the wishes of the voter of the Republican party nor has it been renounced by the present nominee himself Mr Ewell simply stepped off of it because he found it was rotten and discovered that those who framed it up did not understand the temper of the people nor the drift of sentiment of his own party in this district He attempts SHAll CANNON 8TH DISTRICT v Congressman Helm of the Eighth District however to conceal his real motive in withdrawing by saying that his eye sight is bad when as a matter of fact he has recovered his second vision and quit because he saw the writing on the wallRead the Platform The platform is a very significant document as reported by The Ken tucky Republican Resolved That we heartily en dorse the splendid administration o President William H Taft in its en tirety and especially the PayneAldricl Tariff Bill the particular features o which are sufficient guarantee of a con tinuance of the greatest era of pros perity this country has ever known Be it further Resolved That the State of Ken tacky has the right to feel justly of the record and achievements of Sen ator AV O Bradley who is one of the foremost Republican leaders of the na tion We especially commend him for his untiring efforts for the tobacco hemp growers of Kentucky and as ai evidence of his broadness we point with pride to his efforts in behalf ol the veterans of the Blue and the Gray We approve and endorse in un qualified terms the splendid business like and faithful administration of the State officers by Gov Willson and the other officers That platform is strictly a stand pat declaration of the third degree It is a covenant with the special in terests and privileged classes to the very front door of which its trail leads t is an endorsement of the Cannon Aldrich regime and is a pledge of con fidence in them though it the nom inee says to them You can use Everyone who votes for the Repub lican nominee in this district O Ks the program and thereby registers his approval of the Taft administration and the Payne Aldrich Bill that has caused a within the Republican ranks from Maine to California This platform upon which the Republican this district stands has a value on Wall street and I haven the slightest doubt that if he will it to the Steel Trust tie Tobacco Trust the Sugar Trust or any of the special interests in whose behaif the FayneAldrich Bill was framed he will be able to raise a campaign fund on its face value alone It is one of Joe Cannons pocketnerve regulators The man that votes for the nominee does so after being fully advised and the Re publican nominee if elected is not and can not be expected to vote to alter change or amend the PayneAldrich Bill because the convention that framed up the platform on which he stands has not only endorsed the bill in its entirety but pronounced it a guarantee of the continuance of the era of prosperity that this country has ever known With this as his eommisslcn from the chosen delegation of the people who In sol emn convention undertook to voice the sentiment of the Republican party in this district he would not be or unfaithful to the trust confided in him especially when there was a protest on the floor of the convention against the adoption of the platform which was overwhelmingly defeated proud and me nominee- in warnedUUt st Cannon Aldrich rebellion commercial exhibit Republican untrue and the stamp of condemnation place any opposition to the standpE platform as presented and adopted It goes without saying that a on the above platform would if elected vote for Cannon fur for which position he is now a So the voter who support the Republican nominee is again over to the System The first declaration made by th Danville convention is that We endorse the splendid of President William H Taft i Us entirety Is this because that i his Winoua speech he said the Payne Aldrich Bill is the best tariff bill tha was ever passed by Congress and ei tiorsed it as a compromise with hi promise of a revision downward 1 it because just before the of the last session he sent a message to that body before th bill was a year old asking it for th appropriation of 250000 and to invest him with the power of appointing special commission to secure not for Congress that under th constitution has exclusive jurisclietio of all revenue measures but inform tion for the President Is it because he wants to further revise the bill that has received his blessint and is now being praised becaus through it 75000000 more taxes been collected under its operation tha under the Dingley Bill with corn spondingly heavier burdens on th people Did this same convention his administration because h attempted to turn over through hi secretary Mr Ballinger the Alaskan coal fields and great water powers fl the Northwest to Morgandigger heim syndicate as well as the sugar land of the Philippines to the Suga Trust through his Attorney Genera Mr Wickersham Was it because Mi Taft surrounded himself with a composed of men connected wit the trusts and corporations Was i because he had dismissed faithful off dials from public office because of thei and patriotism Was it the railroad bill prepared by hi Attorney General and sent to to be passed without alteratioi or amendment and which would have been a virtual repeal of the Sherman antitrust law Was it because he pu party solidarity above the nation needs and the welfare of the people Was it because the conservation bil he had presented to Congress more favorable to exploitation that conservation Was it because he to permit Congress to invest gate the sugar frauds in New York Was it because he has abandoned White House and is making a mov ing picture show of himself Taft Himself With Special Interests President Tafts alignment witl the special interest is demonstrated b the railroad bill that he had presented to Congress with instructions to pass without amendment and in order t force its passage withdrew Fedora patronage from those Senators Members who dared to amend it an threatened to veto it if bill as introduced provided for First A court open to the railroads bu closed to the public with power giver railroads to enjoin the orders of Interstate Commerce commission in the court tc overrule findings of fact and tc de termine disputes on broad grounds o public policy to issue injunction on ex parte hearings Fourth No appeal allowed the or the public the Interstate Commerce Commissioi of its rights to appear by counsel court on appeal from its findings the shipper of the right to a hearing before the court disputes the Attorney General full power to prose cute or dismiss in rate cases at his personal pleasure the railroads specifically the right to ap pear by counsel with prepared cases Ninth Repealing the AntiTrust in its application to railroads and agreements between roads as tc rates railway consolidations of all character Elev the watering of rail road stock After eliminating these vulnerable features and inserting the long and short haul features placing the burden of proof on the railroad tc show the justness in the increase in rates and other valuable and liberal extensions of the power of the the bill was passed Taft Claims Legislation At this point in his speech Mr Helm ably and at length showed con clusively that Mr Taft and his in dorsers were claiming as a credit tc his administration the enactment of a long list of legislation that was in real ity a part of the Democratic platform and forced through Congress by the Democrats with the aid of the members of the Presidents own party Among these he mentioned the Presidents emasculated railroad that would have been ruinous to all but the railroads if passed as intro duced the campaign contribution bill the removal of Cannon from the Rules Committee the income tax amend ment the employers liability act and others not only passed by the socalled minority but provided for in the ecratic platform and ignored in the Republican National platform to these bills for which Taft claimed credit and to which the Re jubicans were really entitled he said that the portals saving bill really con the central bank bill that they were afraid to pass till after the The ship subsidy steal Federal incorporation and central bank meal ures all star features of the Taft were defeated In other words the Democratic minority the majority party and controlled the legislation of the last session Going back to the Danville conven tions plank We especially indorse its entirety the PayneAldrich Tariff Bill he began to quote some Slows with which certain Republicans particularly Dolllver and Cummins had to beat from it its worst and most fraudulent features Quoting iberally from Senator Cummins of the many features of the jill put in it in the interest of mo nopoly and winding up with his state ment that We have revised the tariff n response to an overwhelming sentiment and have succeed d in taking off about onefortysecond yon candidate Speaker candidate delivered heartily administration adjournment special a information very have endorse cabinet loyalty because Congress was the and amcnded This the SecondAuthority ThirdPower FifthDepriving SixthDepriving SeventhGiving EighthGiving Law legalizing TenthLegalizing enthLegalizing revolting bill Dem ce d election administration in sledgehammer eminent Senator attempted den nciaticjn Republican refused shipper before orate Commission Referring became of the average imposition upon dutia ble goods In quoting from Republican Senate Bristows denunciation of the bill its authors personal interest in fraudulent features thereof he showo that this Republican Senator taut from Kansas where the Payne bill ai flies in that agricultural section as i does in the Eighth Kentucky District and quoted from Senator Bristow a saying that Under the leadership c Aldrich and Cannon instead of rcvij ing the tariff as we promised dutie were fixed not with a view of protect ing legitimate American industries o of securing revenue for the govern ment but for the purpose of promoting the financial interests of certain or concerns Further quoting from Bristmvs speech in deuunciatio of the tariff bill and his brother lit rublicans who framed it he wound u with this sentence from the recen Kansas State Republican convention platform do not recognize the r vision of the tariff of 1909 as a sari factory fulfillment of the tariff pledg of the Republican platform- To show that Mr Taft has made a unconditional surrender to the he quoted his speeches before election On September 22 1908 a Cincinnati Mr Taft said If I ai elected President I promise the ratio that I will use every fiber of my to carry out honestly and the tariff revision promises of the platform Two days later at Milwaukee he said it is my judg ment that a revision of the tariff ii accordance with the pledge of the platform will be on whole a substantial revision down ward To show that he did not hoe his promise he said Let us apply gauge to this tariff bill There is a infallible test for the bill the record show that in 1JOT fl2yl0942 wen collected on imports under the Dingle rates then in force Now take identical goods in the exact quantitie and apply the Payne rates as fixed applying them item for item schedule for schedule substituting Payne rates for Dingley rates amount collected would have t e j47rS44 an increase of S3fiia00 or 171 per cent Make another test if you please The Diugley tariff con sists of 2024 items of these titer were unchanged 1150 leaving changed S74 items Of this number 220 raised and 654 reduced with this re suitThe 2024 items of the Ding ley tariff yielded as stated above 32310934 The 220 items the Payne law increased The C54 items the Payne law decreased 763833 In other words the increase on 220 items yields 4 per cent of the tota revenue while the decrease on the 65 items yields 23 per cent of the tota revenue which demonstrates that while there was a reduction downward by items there was a revision upward as to results Continuing he said In the cHic where the cost of living is being felt very acutely the Republican candi dates are telling the people that tIP increased cost of living is not due ts the tariff bill because the tariff ta on farm products articles of food wa reduced In the agricultural districts the Republican candidates are tellins the farmer that the high prices farm products are not due to the tariff till It is true that the tariff on food products was reduced It is a remark able bill that can enrich the manu facturer by increasing the tariff or his output and at the same time en rich the farmer by decreasing the tariff on his products Extravagance of Republicans Mr Helm next called attention t the extravagance of the Republican party stating that The public bust ness transacted by the Federal Con tress had grown to stupendous Experience is a valuable asset of the representative who has to with this immense volume of business the voter may in a measure obtain a partial knowledge of its magnitude when he realizes that the appropria tions made and authorized go far the billiondollar mark as ap pears from the following Agriculture 134S763C OC Army 53 Diplomatic and consular 4116081 41 District of Columbia 10H S045 99 Fortifications 5517200 01 Indian 9266523 Legislative executive and judicial 34158767 Ofl Military Academy 1856249 8i Navy 131350854 3S Pension 155758000 00 Postoflice 243907020 00 Rivers and harbors 41323113 50 Sundry civil 113984101 82 Deficiencies 1910 and prior years 12722733 80 Miscellaneous 2000000 00 Reclamations projects reimbursable 20000000 00 Permanent annual 130931595 12 Imperial Valley appro priations 1000000 00 items authorized but not appropriated for Public buildings con tracts authorized 27000000 00 Rivers and harbors con tracts authorized 10618C05 00 Navigation contracts authorized 1119050 00 Bank note redemption fund 300000000 00 Total 1096275155 44 The total shows an increase of 41 00000 over 1910 Payne Bill Affects This Section Discussing the hemp and tobacco sections of the Payne bill Mr Helm The importance and value of these sections to the farmer have been by Senator Bradley who n his speech delivered in Louisville August 16 said In my judgment the of the tobacco bill would have ustified every Congressman from Kentucky in voting for the present ill and the Republican newspapers n this dTslriet have criticised my vote against the Payne bill on account of he tobacco and hemp sections of the ill rhe statement of the Senator is unwarranted and the criticisms of the papers unjust as I will undertake to lemonstrate It is no benefit to the armer to raise the tariff on the raw and the s individuals We n interests the being decently Republican the tIlt the now the were 132S S the l or deal bOG 00 appropriations eo eo said overstated passage Republican 736 proportions beyond material and decrease tb tariff the finished products of hemp as as of products that can bo sut titntx for or used instead of hemp was done in the tall Foi example yarns made of jute a title for hemp were reduce trout 35 per cent Cables and cord Orr posed of Istle Taffiuico fibr Manilk sisal grass all substitutes for hemp or a mixture of any of these from cent per pound to r r cent a pound Threads cords or twine composed flax hemp or ramie from 7 pound to 6 cents per pound Mats rugs made of hemp flax jute etc from 5 cents per square yard and per cent to 4 cents per square and 30 per cent Hydraulic hoa made in whole or iu part of 1lax hemp etc from 20 cents per pound to lf cent per pound- It should be borne in mind that under the rule adopted by tie Keynb lien majority to force the taync through the House without detente m amendment or vote was allowed or any of these items or any others ox cept petroleum barley barley malt lumber and hides So much for th hemp proposition I voted for the Stanley toiarcf amendment offered by McCulI whict was of substantial benefit to th farm er in that it ermittcd hint and hu subsequent vendee to sell tobacco ii the natural leaf without any restric tion whatever This amendment was taken out of the bill in the Senate and instead the following was Every person shall be regard ad as a retail dealer in leaf tobittet whose it is to sell to bacco in quantities of less than ar original hogshead case or half or vt shall sell directly to consumers or u persons other than dealers in leaf tr hacco or to manufacturers of u br snuff or cigars or to persons who pur chase in original package for export That is oiiiy the betfinniug of Thi Senate amendment 1 quote the re mainder Every such retail dealer ir tobacco shall register with the cone tor of the district his name and style of residence trade or business and the place where such trade business is to be carried on and r failure to register as hereby required shall suLject such person to a penal of 50 nail every retail dealer In Ita tobacco shall also keep a book ard en tor therein daily his imrrhases of tobacco and his sale where sales amount to two pounds or in one day Such record shall be kepi written up to date and shall he in form and contain such entries as be prescribed by the CoRimissiouer o Internal Revenue with the approval o the Secretary of the Treasury such hooks shall be open at all for the inspection of any internal rev enue officer or agent Severe Restrictions and Limitations Further discussing this feature 01 the bill he said Enough of this amendment has been quoted to its severe restrictions and limitations I will not say to you that this amend ment will not be of any advantage tc the farmer but wilt penrit you tc judge how great will be the benefit i any to him slow many farmers are expert as accountants tc keep the set of books that is required of them to sell any portion of their cropAre the benefits to the farmer by reason of this amendment so great that they would justify my rote for a bill that has multiplied the burdens ot the people and that has been by the people from Maine to Cali forniaIn closing his speech Mr Helm said Finally we come to that of the Danville platform that Ap proves and endorses in unqualified terms the splendid businesslike and faithful administration of the state of Ices This was indeed the crowning act and master stroke of that conven tion I have not been in a position to study state politics very closely but somewhere I have heard it stated that the state is in debt over a million dol lars that interestbearing warrants or notes are being issued to those hold ing claims against the state and tha the elate of their payment is nowhere in sight I remember that it was stated when the Democrats went out of office that the state was out debt the state capitol which cost close to two million dollars was paid for In other words the pay as they go while the publicans borrow as they go 1 have that two or three hundred thou sand of dollars had been spent by the Governor to catch night riders who up to the last report had not been caught As soon as a Republican Governor is elected the soldiers are ordered afield and this use of the soldiers is doubt less what the convention referred to when mentioning the splendid bush nesslike and faithful administration of the state The Governor vetoed the income tax amendment that says is all right As to the other state officers that the convention praised I am willing to leave this praise to the officers themselves The Governor says that the Secretary of State is a nymcompcop Bruner says the Governor doesnt know straight up and what Auditor Tames says about the Lieutenant Governor just will stand printing while the tatter says James is another And so it goes in state while the nation is presided by an amiable President who ia ruled by bosses who are ruled by money Not Counted Mamma are the hairs of our head numbered Yes darling Well hen how many is there Is that wad o you leave on the dresser at light Lubricating Notes Sometimes the word corker Is a mfs the word uncorker would b appropriate Exportation of British Coal About twentyfour out of every one hundred tons of coal mined In the United Kingdom is exported Londons Government The city of London corporation con fists of the lord mayor 23 other alder and 206 common councilors gas Payne subs of anti t I i I J substituted busin ss Ilace leaf suet tl and sho portion o antI Democrats R Ted r mollycoddle the aver ill hair homer more men d Ir r 1 p ae prodre Ito cents per yard till s leaf i o surd shy condemned nearly heard f t f SEND YOUR PRINTING TO Central Recordntucky Thei s f if Ni Vt J i f T rzaseri 7 r n tiN f v ti c CARDS Jersey Buli Simpson Season 191- 0J W SWEENEY H J TINSLEY County owjr F Mart fur iSHW it Lancaster LOWELL KEXTCJCKYL Gut him to cry ar safes1 VhY J I P He my BB417 SUr t 1 11ctiOTteet lles or r R4rY Vy00E000 X44 IY VY1 rAnVNow6 R 6 A646664W CO t i w 1fye jar zafCR J- Omer aaur 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recent visitor in Lancaster Mrs Jesse Arnold of Frankfurt is here with her mother Mrs Ella Bet Sir Bradley Madrsonville was a visitor in Lancaster for several days Mrs James Pennington of Virginia is visiting her brother Mr II Yard L L Walker who is holding court in Ilarrodsburtr spent Sunday at home Mr R L Ham has returned from 7ii t ICr l J I Pzo l EI 7 s a Gail iast MISS Bourr e l wasa tis of V r 9 j week Neli c Wilson fudge prospective trip to Oklahoma and i Kansas Mrs Hopper of Hustonville has visiting her sister Miss Jane i Hopper M and Mrs Cotton of Kirksville have been visiting Mr and Mrs W J Romans R 11 Tomlinson is at home a stay in one of the Lexington hospitals Miss Annie Wallace of Charlotte N C is visiting her aunt Mrs Ann Robinson Little Miss Cecil Batson is in visiting her grandmother Mrs J III II Clay Kauffman was in Harrods burg and Burgin the past week on gal business x Harvey Estes who is attending school at Georgetown visited his par eras Monday Mr and Mrs Clay Sutton were in Louisville for a few days last week at the Seelbach The Womans Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs Ross Bastin on Lexington street Miss Dove Harris of Danville was wi i h her sister Mrs L II Anderson Saturday and Sunday Mrs Leslie Hilton of Stanford and Miss Katie Cass of Brodhead are visi ting Miss Susie Hilton Mesdames R S Brown and John RMKS were recent visitors of Mrs Win Blakeman of Kirksvilie Mr Ott Clark of Harrisburg Illinois came Wednesday to visit his uncle Mr J P Prather and family O T Wallace returned Monday to his home in Wilmington N C after a visit to Garrard relatives Henry Simpson and liti le Eizabeth Dogan are in Lexing ton for a visit to relatives Mr and Mrs S G Haselden i I j i I j I E jill rs I I Hilton lei I I I I I I I I I I I I r I leer e i Stanford Mrs laughter sons are in Nichulosville for a visit to Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan Myrtle Estes of CrabOrchard was a pleasent visitor last week at the home of Mr and Mrs S II Estes Mrs Louis Landram of Danville came up Monday for a visit to her mother Mrs II A B Marksbnry Mr R Zimmer has returned from Baden Germany where he was called bv the illness and death of his father Mrs Mary Allen McDonald of spent several days with her the Miss Kinnaird and Mrs Mrs Bessie Allen and children have returned to their home in La Grange after a visit to Mr and Mrs J R Monnt Miss Fannie Frazee one of the fac ulty of Hamilton College Lexington was the weekend guest of Mrs W I Williams Mrs William Burnside of Barbours ville is here for a visit to her sisters Mrs Marie Kirby and the Misses Kinnaird Mr and Alex Walker W T West and R T Embry spent the past week in Lexington with friend Mr and Mrs W K Shugars and son W K Jr of Stanford were guests Sunday of Judge William Shugars and family Miss Maud Wilson returned to her home in Richmond Sunday after a protracted stay with her sisters Mesdames Gott and Miller Mrs Maurice Thompson and little son Stewart ONeal of North East Garrard have been with Mr and Mrs Breathett Brown for a visit There will be a call meeting of the Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U D C next Monday at 230 oclock at the home of Mrs S D Cochran Mrs Sallie Daly gave a most ous dinner iu honor of Mrs D W I I r IHs Kirby Mrs Mesdames i I j sumpt- l t Danville sifters Ice Cream Soda Water CocaCola Phos II M phates Grape Juice And aQL arge List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers at H FRI BIEiS DRUG STORE I J5i lmfj rnJ rrM lim i I I Wgj fiij iilIjIJ ji1illffi illiii iiliJlIfiIIi1 frII i 1ijffiIJri fiIiifi 0 j e 1 v i r iLrw J7fc r Jilli I k ry 1 Bridges Mrs Ethel Darnold Misses Mable Mason and Amanda Anderson Judge R A Burnsides many friend are glad to know he was able to brought home after his recent painful and serious accident in Cincinnati Mrs Alex Layton accompanied Mr and Mrs D C Sanders Iud daughter Christine to Greensburg Ind where they will be tne guests or Mr Mrs George Walker An auto party composed of Mr Mrs Chastine Mrs A S Farley Lexington and Mrs Rose Sullivan of Indianapolis were with Miss Relle Arnold for a short stay Sunday After several weeks confinement in the Lancaster Hospital Mr Jake Y Robinson is out and feeling fine lie will leave in a short time for Georgia where he will again engage in the mule business Mr John M Farra gave a hay ride on last Friday evening in honorof Miss Ruth Reid the attractive guest of Miss Lett i May McRoberts Supper was served at the Fiurxrrniinds and everyone seemed to enjoy the affair SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES YIELD 4 TO ZEMO- A CLEAN PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL E McRoberts Son Drug Store is so confident that Zemo will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown of pimples blackheads dandruff eczema prickly heat rashes hives ivy poison or any other form or scalp eruption that they will give your money back if you are not ep tirely satisfied with the results from the use of Zemo The first application will give prc mpt relief and show an improvemet and in every instance where used wil destroy the germ life leaving the a clean healthy condition Let us show you proof of some remarkable cures made ImZeina and give you a 32 page bookletfbowtp preserve the skin R E McRoberts Son Drug Store YOUU FIND IT HSCHUMN Fresh oysters at Zj ExchanfeOctN2Jn Lots of good 9305t For P gj r Desirable down 4jKormes 1014tf Dec 2nd and Orders for cakes and 9309t be I and and of I I I LIQ USER I person of I I I skin 1n RZlmmer skin obtained persistently N hers Call 17 for fres vst things I stairs itis xc ange a en fan i 4 role x ref t l- SYa No Fake Sale Entire stock at cost for cash 9 23 tf R L Hagan Closing Out Sale Having decided to change location will sell at and cost cash my entire stpeK Drygoods and Shoes 9 23 tf R L Hagan Farm For Safe 102 acres well improved handsome baick residence with eight tocm one mile from Bryantsville on Lexington pike Address 9 2 8t G T Higginbothm City Tax Notice Your City Tax has been due since March the 1st if noupaid by Novem ber 1st there will be a penalty of per cent added lay your City Taxes and save cost Office at Police Court Room Luther E Herron City Tax Collector FOR SALE Snow cases counters light electrolier new reclining uphol stered chair wheel invalid chair 1 foot oak dining table with extra round top S panel doors 2ft li by 6ft 11 in 6 single light sash 2ft 10 by 3 ft 11 in 2 plate glass 2 ft 5 ft 2 in 2 plate glass 2 ft 4 in 7 ft 5 in 1 plate glass 2 ft 9 in by 8fl 2 in 1 marble slab 2 ft by 9 ft 4 pair window shutters 1 ft 5 in by 7 ft 11 E Stormes 10 14tf New Automobile Tires cheap trust made goods Save you 50 per cent on tire cost Any style bead 28x212 60 30x313x75 30x3 12 1780 32x3 1238 90 34x34219 60 30x421 70 31x4 22 2x4390 34x42680 54x4 lo83170r Dunlops 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 GEYEB CO Ohio A Goes Peatiw Can be had by ambitious young men ladies in the field of Wireless or Railway telegraphy y ince the 8hour became effect and since the Wireless are establishing stations throughout the country there a great shortage of telegraphers Positions pay beginners from 70 to i90 per month with good chance of idvancement The National Tele raph Institute operates six official America under supervi ion of K R and Wireless Official and all graduates into positions will pay you to write them for letails at Cincinnati O or S 5t for Groceries I the I 6 i 3 I adjustable in in by 5 by InJ Doe cot 00 and law is I i institutes in places It Pa L Li r I I l less ban Dayton es full Philadelphia t P ATHENA ATHENA v UNDERWEAR from its very nature appeals with force to the womanly woman VVhen she picks it up she realizes she has found the underwear she wants As she wears It her opinion is strengthenedSuch such perfect fit such comfort without have never been combined in underwear pre vious to the manufacture of the ATHENA line th bulk women particular I Ore great point is that this beautiful desirable costs no more than the ordinary fflfitnng underwear Daintiness elegance refinement without extra cost Without doubt ATHENA is the most underwear we have ever sold for women misses and children Many stvles and faeries See Window Display At BATSONS STORE rabledes BIGGIN in the subject of coal you will find that our coal is by far the best We are handling that and we would like to con deeper kind I II vince you Save money by buying wellscreened high III grade coal from us we are selling at living prices Lancaster Lumber Mg CI- t f 1 1 t which 1 1- j S 4T 1 The Bargain Flood Gates are opened wide at the TREMENDOUS COLLAPSE SALE of v The retail records of the state show no to the phenommal selling of the opening clay and crowds greater every day Price after price reduced crowds getting bigger and excitement growing greater Social push and flaring announcements count for naught against the cold clear facts set forth here The crowds come expecting much and they find the values even greater than we advertise Act at once as this sale closes 29th I 1 U h n raEtL r JiJBb B JI 1 1O r r vjI QP 4 l a Lr W rvaTcA fi r 1 lI Jf i1 m u l J 3 Jbz b I pan alell its I LET B A INS I J Sat Oct T Y v v- Ny II1 jiiI V a f g f o ift a NO UP TO THE A1 r a j Mens Overcoats Mens fine overcoats regular 600 value sale price 3A8 Mens fine Melton overcoats reg ular 1000 value sale price 598 Mens fine overcoats in Kerseys and Freizes regular value sale pries 998 Mens ffne rain coats made of Priestleys cravennette cloth regu lar 1600 value sale price 848 Mens Shoes Mens good heavy work shoes regular 225 value sale price 148 Mens high top working and dress shoes regular 5350 and 4 00 value sale price S24S Mens fine dress shoes regular SJ 0 value sale price 119 Sensational reductions in the American Gentleman and King Quality shoes King Quality 350 shoe 298 400 value 348 500 value 449 u e 1 GOO famous p 1L 1 I F i i i L1 Z 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 loi is 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 Foil w the example of this Lancaster citizen Mrs Ellis New Danville Pike Lancaster Ky says I feel grateful to Kidney Pills in return for benefit they have brought in my fam iiv My back was very lame and there was a constant pain at the base of my spine Doaus Kidney Pills went at once to the root of uiy 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 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 in recommend ing Doans Kidmy Pills as I know they live up toall the claims made for themFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostcrM Iburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the uo other BOURSE Several from here attended court at Danville Monday Job Marsee bought of Noah Marcee a fat sow 1850 Wesley Thompson is reported sick with typhoid fever j S Carpenter and J C Turner were in Lexington on business several days of last week Allan Sherrow is erecting a new dwelling on the place be recently per chased The little son of Mr and Mrs Ollie Sorrow is reported to be very sick- I B Carpenter and family are relatives at Wilmore and Ver sa1 lies Mr and Mrs G M Lyons and dau of Valley View were hereseveral days lat week for a visit to her parents Mr a d Mrs G E Carpenter and other relatives Lem and family spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs W E Ammon near Harksbury Yrs Edith AldVidge who has been DeaverColorada the past year jaw returned home for OneHow T S I nameDoansandt- ake price with Teat Doan slightest liesitation t Via forl hetlgt lug Fa Mens Furnish jings Mens fine red white and blue 5c value sale price 2c Mens heavy working sox regular 8c value sale price 4c Mens black cotton hose value sale price Gc Mens black cotton hose 15c value sale price 8c Mens fine dress shirts regular 50c value sale price 39c Mens heavy work shirts regular 50c value sale Mens fine striped madras shirts regular 1U0 value ff o price 79c Mens medium weir fleece lined underwear regular 50c value sale price 37c Mens soft and stiff hats regular 150 value sale price 7c J handkerchiefs gr lOc price39c regular j Sensational Half Hour Specials Below we quote a few of the many specials to be placed on sale Saturday On sale Saturday from 9 till 930 Clarks 0 N T Spool Cotton spools for lOc Four spools to a customer On sale Saturday from 10 till 1030 Best quality Bleaching 4c yd 10 yards to a customer On sale Saturday from 11 till 1130 Amoskeag Ginghams 5l c yd 10 yards to a customer On sale Saturday from 2 till 30 p in Best American Prints 3c yd Best American Prints 10yds to a customer Other specials announced each day of sale Mens Suits and OVSIT COS tS Mens fine suits of imported suit ings made to suit the taste of the A fine suit of mens clothing all most fastidious dresser made with to match worth 1000 sale price long roll lapels hand padded shoul 5448 hand felled collars guaran Mens fine suits in brown blue teed throughout regular 800 and gray serges tweed and diagon value sale price 1485 yn c 4 9iorth up to 1400 sale price ders i 1 a Ladies Shoes Ladies good solid shoes suitable for all kinds of wear regular hat value sale price 98c Ladies fine dress shoes in TOS kid velour and gun metal regular value sale price 148 Ladies fine shoes in patent leant er gun metal vici kid and suede regular 33 and 1 value nrise248 Domestics Simpson Garners best Amer iean prints regular Sc value sale price Best quality Bleaching legate 8J c value sale price 6 He Extra fire Sea Island cotton 8c yd Best quality of apron gingham regular 8 and lOc value sale price 6cThe famous Bluegrass madras regular value sale price 9c 250 vc IT 12 2 c fty RO fi Look for the Sign h CD tv B Lancaster Ky ff lli t rh i t Q Its The JTo one has ever made a salve oint ment or bam to compare wih Buck lens Arnica Salve Its the one healer of Cuts Corns Hum Bruises Sores Scalds Roils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sure Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands or Sprains its supreme Infallible for Pile Only 25c at R E McRuberts and Son i visit to tier parents Mr and Mrs J P Hauim Miss Lucile Ledger of Scott county is making an extended visit with friend here and at Maaksbury Tom nicks wife attended at Scotts Fork Sunday Mr John Taylor wife and baby of Valley View were ginsts of F L Clark and family days recently Noah C Marcee went to Louisville Monday night to attend a Masonic lodge meeting Mr Sam Speakes and father are visiting Mr Villard Speaker at Stan ford Mr Luther Guthrie of freely in employing doctors to cure his wife from continual headache He writes One bottle cf Cardai did my wife more good than any thing she has taken for ten p years past She had suffered with headache for ten years Sand I had spent 30000 for Idoctors bills for her but did her any good B She has taken two bottles of Cardui and it has done her two thousand dollars 2000 of good Just as long as it is made I shall have Cardui in my home For all forms of female pain like headache side ache pain in limbs dizzy feelings dragging down sensations etc Cardui has been found to effectual remedy Dont walt till you are down Try Cardui at once Sold everywhere i E 45 r Wodds perfect I I and preaching tie r Beaufort N C spent money if Jo nothing worth I all j nest rut s 12OOOO 9 a CARDUI bean run Pool Off The Burley Tobacco Societys pool of 1910 was declared oil Sat urday night at a special the district guard held at the court house in Lexington With the But ley pool the pool launched last week by the Scott county tobacco grower led by Congressman J Campbell Can tril was also abandoned and the vast bulk this year will all he thrown on the open market President Car ence LeBiis stated Saturday that while the 1910 pool had gone to smash the pooled tobacco of 190 would he held by the society until the situation had been improved and bet ter prices could be realized For the past week it has been evi deer that the 110 pool was tottering but President LeBus and the other leaders of the society clung to the one hope that the step taken by the dif trict board last week invitintr outsid ers to pledges to be pi teed in dis interested hands and for which meet ings were to beheld would yet save the day For several days however reports had been coming in that buy ers were scouring the country buying up tobacco at an average of 10 to 12 and that even many of the growers who were members of the pool had secretely sold their The prices at which the 1910 pool was being auctioned became so low Saturday that the society had to rej ect them and with the prospect of not soon getting the money for their crops in the 1109 members of the pool became desperate that the crhis had come President LeBus telegrams to ail the members of the disc ict board calling them to a meeting in Lexington Saturday night From early in the evening reports had been coming in telling of the utter failure of the meetigs held in the different- j counties and when the district board assembled at 9 oclock every member who had read these reports agreed that the pool was dead Hence when the situation was reviewed by Pres dent LeBus in an address to the board there was practically nothing left but to declare the pool off although the matter discussed until nearly midnight only postponing the nevitable end When the resolutions were at last by President Le Bus they were at once adopted- AS he came out of the meeting after the resolution were adopted President LeBus remarked This crop of tobacco is the poorest and toughest ever in Kentucky and well let them have it and everybody get on the dump together But we will hold on to our good pool of 1909 and make them pay us trood money for it yet Next year we will go to work and f I I meeting I I I I c nts I I crors pool 11910 I out I we I aril sally o nigh sign Real zing sent I was offered raised tobacco RY l i cut out the crop from Canada t the Gulf of Mexico and see who will this light in the long run the trust or the organized growers of Burley tobac cf Reaching The Top in any calling of life demands a vigor uus oody 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 en riches the brood tones and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of your daily I work After months of suffering from Kidney Troublewiites W M Sher man of Gushing bottles of Electric Litters made me feel like a new man50c at R E McRoberts and Sou 1m i PiJEACKEJJSViLLK Mrs Thomas Owens is complaining- Mrs J M Cress is quite ill of chills Mr David Adams and family who are ill ot typhoid are some better Mr J II McQuerry of Garrard was visiting Mr and Mrs P F Kennedy last Sunday Messrs J S Pettus and Samp Cum have returned from Springfield Parks of Garrard was with brother Mr Fado Park Miss Flossie Mae Sutton of Lancas ter visited Mrs M O Kennedy Dr Wm Door of Stanford was visiting Mr and Mrs P E Parrlsh and attending church here Sunday Miss Melissa who has been visiting Mrs II Leave in Garrard was attending church here with Mrs night The protracted meeting at the Bap tljst church was closed Sunday night running a week There were six additions to the church Mr Bradley Wilson of Madisonvilie who district manager of the organization was here last week to till a peaking The tobacco growers were urged to join and looks like the movement will be supported here tills a Murderer v A merciless murderer is Appen dicitis with mir y victims But Dr Kings Lib Pills It by prev ention They stimulate stow ach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that JnvitS appendicitis curing Constipation Headache Chills 25c at R EMcRoberts and Sou 1m Dont m Jss big sile of Ltisran It starts Saturday ten days only f I W lI I lL three l rains hi Ham LeavellSunday I is New g tly I I Ambrose after pooling date kill Biliousness y that s gar y S kf bfi khe i Splice below this heading is for the excln give use ot our firmer subscribers ami is the sIde of stofrk grain mid such on farm as the farmer caunot afford to adver tie No notice will be over Hues and will two issues of U e RECORD free of charge I have for sale a good parr of year old work mules I will be Sir town Court with 50 bushels of hill onions Tom Leave A Rood home for man and wife old lady for particulars apply to T W Conn R F D 1 Lancaster Ketituc ky Strayed Came to my place about the 10th day of July a small ruin heifer weieh lug about 500H Owner can have same by paying expenses Mote Robinson Wanted to rent for the year 1911 S acres of tobacco land with house not less thin four rooms Set1 Mitchel Keller Kyor Robinson at National Bank Lancaster Kentuckey For Sale 75 acres of land midway between Bryantsville and Buena Vista A tout two miles from each place This land was a sugar maple grove and had never been cultivated until I raised four crops of true hemp and then wheat with only two crops of corn which were extremely good There is never failing stock water the land is level and would make a nice little farm when improved Mr Ide who has heretofore attended to this land has bought a farm in Jessamine County and I am anxious to sell Address n B Campbell Nicholasville or see Mr Tom Dunn at Bryantsville 10MSt Public Sale We will olierfor 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 GOO pounds 1 twohorse wagon and harness 1 turning plow and oth er farming implements Terms sums 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 Aui tin Executrix j i fARMERS COLUMN g O Nj accepted be only in T W Conn Day d ned tHilIc J F Shero I j f b oCOOOOOOOOCOCVCrcwwarcoxcaccM toGOpo icsoc o oooosnooaroao f things ton fou o about you October rti i j i r If you value money attctMt ltsale is m n who can put on a j money Pniate Sale- or Havnc decided to bate rn the West 1 cash fo sell plce of about- r 24 acres situated on Back Creek Stony Point scbooi house on Rich and Lancaster dirt rued fiver miles frum Lancaster 15 acres d ottosa laud splendid tobacco land orchard applet peaches and plums the best of water on ral route fronts 200 yards from- r school house Kvod lire room Iwuse and other buildings at the intersec liar of four roods mile from road also trhiefcens other fowls One good harness nacre one good miifc tow with first calf and household and itches furniture and funning tools You can pay for this place in two years Pith tobaccc Will give you j easy payments Mrs Tabitha C Doty Ut Lancaster Ky My Farm of I 66 Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further write m- eN H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky Fruit and Shade Trees For Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for free Catalogue No Agts FEillenmeyer Sons Lexington Kentucky s Logan the saving m near t mum ood well rUe I I t rail I lurk JS and some r j nli JH Everything ilL F id 3 i S J 7 tcuc I i side rap rcurd y ai ii I particulars t t Red Seal dress gingham ie oHv lac value sale price 11 Ac Best grade outing ctoth cegnfor Sc value sale price 5c yd The entire line of itaanette aail kimona cloth vane trg to 15r per yard sale 9fr ydL Our line of sifitss at pries that will stagger belieF btjtr de acriptioni Good quality silks in regular 3cc value sate price 2le The well known So sienne and Jacquard silk regular sdI for 50 and 63c yd sale price 39l Our entire line of D Sole China and Taffeta Sfficsv in aMsfeatlfcs values up to S15 yadl sure price Sac yd Shoes Shoes Childrens shoes with spring OF wedge heel regufcr 75c vafere she price 48c Etoys tilt shoes shrfedy sotdi cagwfair 51 5 v ue sale price 59c Boys fine dress shoes regular 2 value sale value SiiO price Cr tawE Pleas j i I heavy s pool gumm d all co ors A R I Court Day ciinnersservefi at the jail i seta good dinner at the j til Day We are handling best brands of coal BLACK BEAR RED ASH JELLICO and Blue Gem Block and Nut Also BENNETT JELLICO Yv will find our prices cheaper for quality than other dealers Coal 10 to ijc per bushel at yard or on cars Any one car load wilt sell very cR se as cheap as you can buy from the minesFresh Clean Eggs H B NORTHCOTT DEPOT STREET Yuu cars Com n T fiffApl I t wanting 19e Cash t i 1 cx a i tlytaf- Y s eta it tI J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and EmbalmerOf- fice Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY COUGH CURE THE LUNGS Or Kings New Dismay O MONET SSFU2TDX3X R E RIcRohertsDnigrStcrc KILLTHE WITH HI COUCHS CIIL TtIII f e sAnSF ct roe iIN T1wcATA14aLP i s1w ILEt it