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TWBKTY FIRST YEAR LA PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 1910 from The Land ofNow NUMBER 29 THR CENTRA r RECORDiIawdofi5vcf AND Let us make you prices can save you some money We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing furnish on short notices L a KM Lancaster Ky ItW W Ji L tr I2j t t HOTWfTER t ft rt I HI 11 f T nj J f w t h 1C f E r f I I 1W 0 l lln1 t CIr 1 f JtJ j 1 li t u I c jr f f i t tt t t t r Iii t rf f ft M r t Ii U iq t f t t ltf 4rt tk 4 t ja Z Y 2 LUM1OE t t E l 4 rflLt f ti L t i A a Et rf La scan i yriJ L V t e Exchange Saturday October 29tl at Hurts Furniture Store Circle Girls Sand and Portland Ce ment go to Hudson Hughes Lan J Dr Pierce will preach next Sunday 1100 at the Methodist church j in Lancaster All members especially invited to be present at this service No night service the pastor being in 3 protracted services at Mc endree church 3 Commencing next Sunday Rev 53 Pat Davis will assist the pastor in a two weeks meeting at McKendree 5J church Hubble Pat Davis is one of the most successful evangelist of the South Hear him 3 Pie Supper Dont fail to attend the Pie Supper at Herringsschool house Saturday Oct k 29th for benefit of Orphans home Extremes Standpat Republican members of Congress voted against 15000 for childrens playgrounds and then turned around and voted 12000 for 1 Speaker Cannons automobile i Real Estate Sale Hughes Swinebroad soldfor Mrs Pattie E Brown of Braddock North I Dakota a dwelling and 3 acrces of land in Paint Lick to H S Riddle berger for 1600 Possession January 1st 1911 This Is Certain Republican voters who sympathize with men like LaFollettee and Cum ins cannot consistently vote for stand pat Republicans for Congress because standpatters believe in Cannonism j and Cannonism is the archenemy of LaFollette and Cumins Sale of Town Property Hughes and Swinebroad sold for R S Brown his handsome residence on Water Street to Eld F M Tinder at 5 000 The public will be glad to f I learn that Bro Tinder will remain with us and that we will not lose Mr I Brown I Chumbley Mrs C M Chumbley wife of Rev Chumbley who for a number of years was pastor of the Lancaster s Church died in Dublin Ga on the night of October 20th She was a 1 Itivaole woman and made many friends during the time she lived in Lancas ter all of whom will regret to hear of her death She was buried at her old f home in Virginia tJ For Rrlck casterIta a m I I 1 g J t I i ifI I r 6 I I I 1 J I i b fit 2 4 J I a Presbyterian a WJ La lieD J iJ t 11 f 1 FootvJ For S i We are ready to show you all the latest nov 0 eltles1 SUITS and OVERCOATSn t7t for Men and Boys n C StA t Ill O3n I tear Ladies i r LOGANaI Waits a Prkary Election A primary should be called for purpose of naming a Democratic nom inee for the circuit judgeship The election will be held in a from uow and the selection of a nomi nee for circuit judge and common wealths attorney should he gottci through with The presentcommittt as is well known is committed to th primary method and same should bv called earliest date possible Danville Advocate Pay A bashful young lover walked into the house of his sweetheart bearing a large box with the name of a promi nent florist written on the cover How sweet and fresh they are cried the young lady opening the box I believe there is a little dew on them yet Whyer yes admitted the young man in great confusion but its just a and Ill pay it tomorrow Success Magazine Married In Lexington After attending a dance in Lexing ton Friday night Mr John Owsley Reid and Miss Francis Cooper were married at the Phoenix Hotel at 130 oclock last Saturday morning Both parties live in Stanford and are of prominent families Miss Cooper is the attractive daughter of Mr G B Cooper Lincolns County Clerk and has many friends in Lancaster hay ing visited here often Mr Reid is a very popular young man and is consid ered wealthy Well Pleased With Mules Mr J H Baughman of Stanford was in town Court Day lie had Just received a letter from a party in Gil litin Tennessee stating he pleased with the alt and with the other seven mules bought at Mr Baughmans sale lie stated that the mules had won over a thous and dollars worth of premiums in Ten nessee and were considered the best at every point they were shown Mr Baugbman is delighted that his customer is well pleased and with the fact that Kentucky stuck can win in Tennessee or any other old State Speaks To A Large Crowd Hon Harvey Helm democratic can didate for Congress from this district was in town Court Day and delivered a splendid address to the voters of this County in which he urged them to be on hand at the poles on Nov 8th and cast their vote He stated that this is the most important election that has been held for many years as the democrats are tryirg to hold the upper hand in Congress and stand a good chance so to do if they will stand togetherDont to come out now for this is a duty you owe to yourself as well as your fellow citizens Work Of Our Washington Correspondent Is Recognized Clyde H Tavenner who has been acting as Washington correspondent for the Central Record has been nom inated for Congress by the Democrats of the Fourteenth Illinois Congress ional district The nomination was given Taven ner in recognition of his vigorous es pousal of the cause of the people As a newspaper man Tavenner ex posed the work of the lobbies in Wash ington he protested against Cannon ism extravagance and all legislation designed to increase the cost of living As a member of Congress he would d the same thing Suday Seta louse Dedicated The new Sunday school house near Hyattsville was dedicated last Sunday afternoon Elder F M Tinder con ducted the services and gave a splen did talk People from all of the Hyattsville section gathered to this little house to hear the first word of God to be taught in the new Sunday School room and every one there felt interested in its welfare and the good that to come by reason of the building of this little house They also felt prowd of the fact that it was paid for and without much effort for was anxious to have the building therefore it was easy to raise the necessary funds to pay debts We congratulate these people and believe that God will surely reward them for their good work Charley Humber who is charged with shootim Jim Jones col the Traylors distillery was arrested last week by Sheriff Ballard of this and landed in jail at Stanford as the shooting took place in Lincoln county The charge against him is shooting and wounding with intent to kill Sheriff Ballard and his depu ties of this county laid all night to catch Humber and caught him about daylight last Thursday morning The County Judge of Lincoln county fixed his bail for only 200 and Mr James I Hamilton of this county went his bond Alvin who is alleged to have been implicated in the affair has not yet been captured our good bis deputies have not given u hopes the year lateuded to little w swell I parts issure everyone Ot 200 Bud i 3d regular at the that all Uider near county out Thomaa however sheriff and t I ti JS Yk Central vs True In a game of foatball played in Dan vibe Wednesday afternoon Central won over Tulane University of New Orleans by a score of 31 to 0 Central has won every game this season Married at Hartferi- MJssZfii Ztnnne of this place and Mr Charles E Stanford of St Paul Minn were married at Hartford Ky Thursday evening The bride is a very attractive young woman and has many friends here who congratu late the groom upon the winning of such a popular young lady She is a daughter of Mr West Zanone one of out City and leading pub spirited young couple left Sunday for the South where they will spend the Good Tobacco Prices The first sale of the 1910 crop of at the Danville warehouses Sat urday afternoon the average price received pound and the American Tobacco Company was the leading buyer although independent buyers were in tne market the bidding was spirited The highest price received was 18 cents a pound and the lowest was 8 cents All of the tobacco that was oHerecl was of a much inferior grade to the average crops grown last year Five thousand pounds were sold at the Danville looseleaf house and a bout the same amount at the Peoples house Popular Young Couple Marry On W dnesday evening at eight oclock Miss Mary Davis and Mr Will Ball were united in wedlocks holy bonds at the home of the bride on Uaiivile street by Rev O P Bush The did not come as a as this is a love affair of several years Only a few relatives and friends were present The bride is the daugh ter of Mr C Davis of this place and is a very pretty young lady The groom is in the Grocery business in This cty and is a very deserving young man and has friends all over the coun ty who will congratulate him upon his good fortune in winning such a wife They are at hunio to their many friends at the home of the grcom on Rich mond street The Record extends best wishes and congratulations Wastefulness of Protecbm The wastefulness of taxes collected from the people under the tanfi laws is not one of the least vicious features ofprotectionAmerican duties have a gigantic army of have increased the price of everything aura have added enormously to the ex penses of the government The country is divided into 160 dis tricts and ports for the collection of duties Of these the expenses In are greater than the receipts the cot of collection ranging for every dollar collector trom 1 58 to 30941 In the Alexandria Va district the government spent 1224 to col lect S10 In the Annapolis Md district it cost S95G to collect 3 09 In the St Marys Ga district it cost to collect 1525 In tne Coos Bay Ore district it cost 1464 to collect 7981 this years report of the secre tary of the treasury is not as bad as last years which showed that in one instance the uovernmenthad paid two men 1100 to collect 60 cents Louis O Thurmond and Miss Mar tha Ellen Sudduth were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs James L Smith in Hamilton Ohio last Tuesday The ceremony was conducted by Rev F W Evans of the Universalist church As the bride ana groom are both popular and are an uuusnally at tractive couple there were many pie present The brides maid was Miss Emma Eads and the witnesses were Mrs Milton Smith and Mrs Ends Both bride and groom for merly resided in Lancaster the bride having moved to Hamilton only a short time ago The happy couple left for Anderson Ind where they will make their future home The groom just returned from a threeyear service in the army but has now ac cepted a position in Anderson as man ager of his uncles store Sale of City Property We are authorized B Robin son Executor of R M West deceased to sell a parcel of land on the East side of Stanford avenue about 300 yards from Central Park with a fron tage of 480 feet giving ample room for several building lots or suitable coalyard or stock pens as it also ad joins the L N Railroad If not sold privately before November 28 court day it will be sold to the bidder on that day at 2 oclock p m at the court house door with out reserve by bid or limit in order to settle the estate Thisis a chance for 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 Honges A Swinebroad Oct 1428Nov U25 la Ii was H cents per numerous wc ldirr surprise W 693 A lid tI pea by G fora Curhrci men men- The winter tobacco necessitated officials forty SudduthThur load evening Wil- Liam highest 5 iJKQ1 rg riZ t IfJ n 0Vc 3U 0 r b n c e- r 1 s- r a lY cl BEST HEATER MADE Come and we will show you why DROSS qc 1tov Ir I ptS 311N 1 tit 1 i r3 i t Yl J AvJAVil QJ ktrlLfj htrIbtlAV vjiY slT O fl1 r S VII ft FOR 30 DAIS we will sell the KOKOMO Wire Fence at 28 12cts W J ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky We pack our 1 Erlen Lily and White jlouse in 24 and 48 pound bags rand in barrels Ask I your grocer for the size you want youll get it PHONE 47 Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER KENTUCKY Subscribe For The Record Why not buy milk from the Dairy F R E S I L K delivered at your door twice a dayT S W MOSSPhone 19O t IIIIIIIIII I iIi I I 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIS i i i H3 i- it I r i v b I p f Li f1 f NNOOrM t g r CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Entered at Uu pot Office in Lancaster Kytca SccondClas Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky October 28 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 Offices 1000 F r State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR COXOKESS Harvey Helm ol Lincoln County ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge- We are author d to announce non Charles A a candidate fur Jtidjze of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis trict at the November election 1911 subject to the action of the party AatMobHes Health A New York physician expresses The opinion that automobile riding has distinct advantages as a health promoting amusement It has been proved of decided benefit to sufferers from pulmonary throat and ear diseases when indulged in under proper safeguards and in condition dictated by ordinary prudence Car diac ailments also are likely to be re lieved the fresh air moderate gentle stimulation of the circula tion and mental diversion having an excellent curative influence The physician notes some such as the danger of inhaling impurities This would be avoided he says if roads were kept free of dirt and dust The heavy atmospheric pressure induced by fast running would not be beneficial to impaired lungs or if long continued to healthy lungs been found that uiotoiiag is distinctlyadvantageous to sufferers from and chronic catarrhal conditions the use of the automobile by tuberculosis subjects whose temperature is above normal is interdictedThe of the physicians ad Tice says the Courier Journal appears to be that the man who is fortunate enough to possess an automobile and who is sensible enough to use it sane ly may profit in health as well as in pleasure However unless there is a recovery from the speed mania which seems to have taken possession of the country the automobile is more likely to be classed as a coadjutor with war famine and pestilence in the decima tion of the human race In our next issue we will print the names of all the children who are on the honor roll at school and we would be glad to see the name of every cLild in Lancaster on the list If your childs name fails to appear the par ents may blame themselves to a great extent for you should have made your child study at home for when they do this and do it well it is a hard matter to keep their names off the honor roll The Danville Messenger has been boosting Hon Henry Jackson of Dan for Circuit Judge to oppose Hon Chas A Hardin for the nomination Mr Jackson is one of the best lawyers in Danville and would make a goon Judge however he has never said that he even wanted the place So far Mr Hardin has a clear field and Mr Jackson is the only man men tioned to oppose him for the nomi nation The recent term of the Circuit Court cost the State and county less than onehalf of the usual amount It is astonishing how much can be done in a short while if the powers that be are diposed to work Judge Walker basset an example that should be followed by every Jud ge in the Logans sale has been a success and many of our people have found and are pleased with their We call attention to their large advertisement in this issue of the paper and ask that our subscribers read it and see if it is not worth your time A Georgetown man breaks the for making wills All the married women would be pleased to have their husbands make the same kind will for it only says I hereby bequeathe all of my property to my wife and then he signed his name We wish to thank our many friends both white and colored lor their ten der word of sympathy in the hours of our sad bereavement over the death of our son and brother John Doty We are also very grateful for the any beautiful floral gifts Pd The Family fcrSJe Plymouth Rock Cockerate JESton es I I and 1 For County lIar in Democratic and h says exercise has ub cute diligently StateKentucky Republican bargains record ota fxl Of Tiags t t disadvantages 1Clai eit yule purchases G e HH The Tee Cert Okeaargarae Tax Why did the Congress of States enact the present oleomargarine law which provides for an Internal tax of ten cents per pound on ar tificaily colored oleomargarine Was it to permit the butter producers o the country to exact a high price butter as has been claimed To such a claim is a pretty serious of our federal law making body Of course butter is higher in than it was ten years ago but so other necessities of life The of oleomargarine now being put upon the market bears a higher ratio to the amount of butter con sumed than it did ten years ago This coupled with the fact that less than three per cent of the oleomargarine sold is taxed at ten cents per proves that the oleomargarine law has absolutely nothing to do with butterCongress enacted this law to prevent fraud n the sale of oleomargarine The was intended to prevent the honest sale of oleomargarine or enhance the interests of the butter producers of the country but rather LO protect the one against fraud in the purchase of butter or oleomargarine and the other against frauduleut cum potionCongress intended to compel the sale of oleomargarine in its color which is white or nearly so in stead of in the natural color of butter which is yelow Congress at the same time reduced the former tax ol two cents per pound on oleomargarine to onefourth of a cent per when the product is not colored to look like butter Congress used its taxing power prevent fraud in the sale of oleomar marine because it had no other effect ire means of accomplishing that re suit When oleomargarine is put up on the market in its natural color making it impossible to commit fraud the tax is one and threefourths cents less per pound than under any previous oleomargarine law The butter producers of the country are benefitted by oleomargarine only in so far as the integrity the dairy industry is sustained a ben efit which is shared by every other citizen It is a most important branch of agriculture and it is quite as es sential to prevent the destruction of an agricultural industry by fraud as it is to prevent the destruction of our banking industry or any of the other industries in which every citizen is interested A Smile If there is rain when you desire sun shine dont cuss the weather for You cant change it and you wiil feel better if you accept the inevitable smileIf go wrong at home or office you will not make them smoother by venting futile indignation and work ing yourself up into a fruitless rage smileIf have a trying day in business dont go home with your troubles clouding your countenance and sour in your disposition because that will only make your loved ones suffer be cause of your ill fortune smile nave a smile for every condition of affairs Smile at your work as you smile at your play AS the poet has it Smile awhile And while you smile another smiles And soon theres miles and miles of smiles And lifes worth living while you smile Te He Heap Growers The National Corn Association which holds its fourth Annual Exposi tion at Columbus Ohio January 30th to February 11th 1911 offers the foll owing premiums on hemp WORLD CLASSES Premium No 60 Class G Best collecti ve exhibit hemp the following 1 Sample of double dressed hemp not less than 5 Ibs 2 Sample of single dressed hemp not less than 5 lbs 3 Sample of softened dressed line hemp not less than 5 Ibs 4 Sample of carded hemp 5 Sample of hackled long tow 6 Sample of hemp in stalk unrett ed bundle not less than 6 inches in diameter 7 Sample of hemp seed 1 quart 1st 800 2nd S500 3rd 8300 Exhibitor whose sample wins first prize in above classification will a framed certificate signed by the president and secretary of the National Corn Association and with the Association seal affixed These certificates will give name and of the exhibitor nature of the exhibit and will be displayed with sample for which it is awarded during the two weeks of the Exposition after which it will be forwarded to exhibi torThis is a splendid opportunity for the hemp growers of Kentucky to show their products and the Association officers are anxious that a large num ber of entries shall be made HOG RAISERS Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head We guarantee Owlen Re dy to keep hogs healthy and free from dig ease for 5 cents per head per month Itcures Cholera Kills Worms 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 yon about it 2 SOLD BY J R Mount Son Go i y S Z the United for make indictment price are pound the price never to natural pound artificially to thus of No1 receive Stimulates revenue percentage law legislation including address BIfbie Big a Prices are still going up As a of the upward reversion of the en tire cotton schedule in the PayneAl drich law the prices of womens and childrens dress goods have increased considerablyThe Farwell Company says in a review of the wholesale dry goods trade that still more advances may be expectedThe declares that almost all manufacturing agents are prices on staple manufactured cottons As it looks now prices will continue to grow firmer and higher in staple cotton goods Mutilated His MaKcripL An editor was sitting in his office one day when a man entered whose brow was clothed with thunder Are you the editor he asked YesRead that then he said at the editor an envelope with an inscription on it B said the editor trying to spell it Thats not a B its an S1 said the manS yes I see Well it looks like Sal for Dinner or Souls for Sin ners said the editor No sir replied the man noth ing of the sort Thats my name Samual Skinner I knew you couldent read I called to see about that poem of mine you printed the other day en titled the Surceas of Sorrow- I dont it said the editorOf course you dont because it went into the paper under the villai nous title of Smearcase Tomorrow A blunder of the compositor supposeYes sir and that is what I am here to see you about The way in which that poem was mutilated was simply scandalous slept a nigutsince It exposed me to derison People think me a fool The editor coughed Let me show you This first line when I wrote it read in this way Lying by a weeping willow un derneath a gentle slope That is beautiful and poetic Now how did your vile sheet represent it to the public Lying to a weeping widow I iuduced her to elope Weeping widow mind you A widow Oh thunder and lighting This is too muchIts hard sir very hard said the I tor Then take the fifth verse In the original manuscript it said plain as daylight Take away the jingling money it is only glittering dross In some flies in for the boss By George I feel like attacking somebody with your fire shovel I fancy I have a right to murder that compositor Where is heHe is out just now said the edi tor Come in to morrow- I will said the poet and I will come armed British and Colonial Printer and Stationer And then the people wonder that editors as a rule are shortlived PROGRAMME Of Teachers AsstdatiM The teachers of Educational Divi sion No 1 will hold their meeting at Antioch Saturday November 5th 1910 PROGRAM SongDevotionalTeachers Professional Spirit Miss Jennie Higgins Co Supt MUSIC How to secure a good school spirit Miss Mable Mason and Mrs Darnold Tardiness How to Prevent It Miss Kate Moore The Value of a High School Educa tion Bettie Robinson Afternoon Exercises 130 p si Methods of Teaching History Miss Harriet Fleetwood Physiology Mias Ada Rich and Miss Bessie Singleton MUSIC School Consolidation Prof D W Bridges How to Secure Good Order Miss Minnie Johnson Primary Reading Miss Susie Brashear What to do with the Incarrigaples TommieFrancieMethods of Teaching Geography Miss Eliza Smith ADJOURNMENT bring a basket Miss Allie Hendren Pres Miss Amanda Anderson Secy MT HEBRON Mr Willie Preston is quite sick with typhoid fever Mr Wesley Thompson who has been Rev JI Wills of Lexington ful filled his appointment at this place Saturday afternoon and Sunday The infant of Mr and Mrs Harri son Duncan of Wilmore was brought to this place for burial at the family burying ground Wednesday Mrs Dillard Brumfield and little daughter Lorene of Jessamine spent Mr Curtis and family moved from here to NicholaSville Friday Misees Ada arid Katherine Vander pool of Lexington are with their sis ter Mrs Oakus Montgomery Miss Edith Ovelia and Amy with their escorts were in this community Sunday J Ceil Up thrusting I havent sayTake Miss NOONRECESS groundEvery better parentsMr Montgomery visitors 4 ip fo result V advancing r member I r FAIR EXCHANGE A New Back Fir as OH fee Hw it is Doe it Lacofer The back aches sometimes with a dull indescribable feeling making you weary and restless piercing pains shoot across the region of the kidneys and again the loins are so lame that to stoop is agony to rub or to apply a plaster to the back in this condition You cannot reach the cause Exchange the bad back for a new and stronger one Follow the example of this Lancaster citizen Mrs TS Ellis New Danville Pike Lancaster Ky says I feel grateful to Doans Kidney Pills in return for benefit they have brought in my fam ily My back was very lame and there was a constant pain at the base of my spine Doans Kidney Pills went at once to the root of my trouble and 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 slightesthesitation in 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 no other TEATERSTILLE Miss Inez Sebastian was the pleas ant guest of Miss Virna Sebastian Saturday night Miss Ora Wheeler has returned home from the Richmond Infirmery where she has been having her eyes treatedMr Sebastian and family were recent guest of Mr and Mrs Bil SebastianMr Agee was with relatives in Madison Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Casey and chil dren were guest of Mr Mrs Morton and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Luther Map are rejoic ing over the arrival of a fine boy For Brick Sand and Portland ment go to Hudson Hughes Lan caster It Reaching The Top in any calling of life demands a 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 blood tones and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of your daily workAfter months of suffering from Kidney W M of Gushing Methree bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man50c at R E McRoberts and Son im STONE Mr Elmer East who has been down with typhoid fever is some better Miss Mary Osburn is very low with typhoid fever Mrs James Vincen has typhoid but is some better Mr Robert Long and wife are on the sick list Mr Jimmie Lear from Mound Kansas will visit his uncle C M Moberly the first of the week Mr John Prewitt made Stone a short visit V G Preston and wife are visiting Mr Luther Rany- C S Sanders and wife are in Crab Orchard for several days Mrs Folger of Somerset has been visiting her daughter Mrs Walter Fairs C M Mcberly bought of Math ews some calves at 10 00 a peice often does not agree with her appearance Pain and suffer ing add to the years till many look much older than they really are Many women avoiding pain by the regular use of that remedy for women Wine of Cardui keep their youth and beauty No use nameDoansandt- ake Ceo Troublewrites Valley Ells Womans Age amen recommending vigorous Sherman effectual Take CARDUI Mrs Annie Vaughan N C tried Cardui and writesI was sick and worn out almost untff death My sister finally persuaded me to take Cardui Before I had taken five bottles I was writ and strongTry Cardui It Is for wo to health Thousands of wo men have found it to them lasting benefit Try Cardui sale everywhere It qualities Raleigh girl Peoples Iacco Warehouse Co tr INCORPORATED For the sale of Tobacco Perryville street one block of Q C Depot Danville Kentucky The largest and best equipped house in the Burley District for the sale of loose leaf tobacco south of the River Shelter for 5O loaded wagons 1OO head horses Free Stables and Insurance We offer the best possible facilities for selli g loose leaf tobacco and with our splendidly lighted house it will pay you to come and see us before making any arrangement for disposing of your tobacco I M Dunn Pres H D Stiles YicePres Henry McWilliams jtfgir John S Vanwinkle SecTreas J C Davis Bookkeeper Asst 01 V Laps eaf 0 j Every home have a t S Sects t can I I FART FOR SALE I am offering for sale privatelvmy farm of 104 34 aeres 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 new 5 room dwelling good outbuildings two tc bacco barns hold 25 acres Plenty stock water and good cistern This is one of the best and must productive farms in the county and will sell at a bargain if sold in next 30 days Call on or write G P Terrill Lancaster Ky Having sold mv farm I will on Sat urday Oct 29 10 at 130 p m sell to the highest and best bidder at my residence one mile North of Bryants ville on the Lexington pike the stock and personal property Several good brood mares 3 fillies by Ariel will be 2 years old in the Spring 1 horse same age by Ariel 1 weaning colt by Rex Helton 1 mule colt 1 pair 5 year Old horse mules 16 hands high 13 head PolandChina stock hogs 2 extra good Jersey milk cows will be fresh in November about 100 barrels of core and 100 bales of hay Also rone household and kitchen furniture Deluding an antique dresser and bed Perms made known on day of sale Ii good I Pelc Sale fI U II fi U l fi fI I of 1 ic tf5iv I following Leavy Duns a I Ir r bpdcant afford to buy a good piano and I dont 1 want to invest in a poor one I r Let us convince you that you can afford a good one right now record of 50000 satisfied buyers at home tions colleges etc I IJIFor a surprisingly reasonable price you can get the Hamilton abroad inchliI1gSChO9 I Piano wItiIand Cbe OnLilamili instrument at a like price to appreciate what satisfactory and lasting value k ill give you Vre have a beautiful assortment styles nov en display Free beginning today Songs of the Sunny SouthJ thirteen famous old melodies in in book form words and music complete Ifnot convenient to call fill out and mail thecoupon F G HURT II I I I II I EE off r L Send me a copy of Songs of the Sunny South cs oCcrcd ii year rxlvertiseniciit Name If possible give us below the name of someone you think siiariM ftsvfc piano c wants a player piano Your name not be used Name Address i Address will I 1 anew INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH I Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 I BEIZLiY HAIELDEN Dont Forget- that it is my purpose t o carry every thing in the J J iano The attractive price at which this instrument is would not be possible were it not for the unusual facilities of its makers The Hamilton Piano Factory has the most modern equipment and is one of the largest in the United States Ithas allthe advantages and benefits of anorganization in thepiano oddL You must hear this to realize how distinctly better it I tluui any other Jfj sold piano i r r f rfa KODAK LINE Come in and I will show you i John M Mc oberts 4i II a i NOW FULL BLAST I II I tr r TaLogans Entire Stock AT THE Peoples Mercy SALE ON IN uAI H uuii I IIB11I iiHr I jjji 1 III U NiIfl1 INU- II EXTRA 5 REASONS 5Why it is the duty of every Man Woman and Child to attend the Greatest Sale ever inaugurated in this County Because lOur advertising is honest Because 2 Every statement we make must be exact Because3 What we say today is not unsaid tomorrow Because 4 You get your money back no explanation nec essary Because 5 Our prices make it expensive for you to buy elsewhere THINK OF IT New Clean UpToDate Merchandise at prices never to be forgotten When you come to town dont fail to look for the I Read These Almost Unbelievable Prices f SAVING SALE ai LOc ANS Clothing The largest sensational Clothing war Lancaster has ever known Ul tra fashionable nobby Clothing of the highest grade tailor makes forced 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 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 mix tures this suit is positively worth 800 or your money refunded 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 during price now 457 I i j j I on I statements I purchase 800A I anytime marvel j thissale I I Men Dont stay away Bargains are plentiful You save mon ey on every article purchas ed Oct 22nd to Nov 2nd 3 a S648 For Suits Worth 1200 Mens suits of the finest makes in black and blueblack Thibets and serges including some dark and fancy mixtures made up in all the new swagger nobby cut coats custom made suits which were positively sold for 1200 and marked to sell for the low price during this public salenow 648 For Mens Suits Worth 13 highly custom tailored garments that sold formerly for 1350 select a suit from this lot of finished and elegantly tailored suits garments such as the most fastidious dresser could desire these suits are made up from home and 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 1146 for mens Suits Worth 1800 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 869 50Mens finely entirely Mens Pants 98c For Mens Pants Worth 1 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 s 8148 For Mens Pants Worth 200 Distinct designs made of imported woolens excellently cassimeres plains and trousers that fit perfect and tailor finished sold regular for 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 450 Trousers 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 50Good tailored chevi- ots 200 350Mens I demand I distinguished sold forpos exclusiveness 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 54 inch collar with strong tab Three outside pockets 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 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 pickyour choice from never sold for less than 1500 sale price now 998 1198 For Mens Overcoats Worth 1800 K you have been used to wearing fine tailored made custom 1000Light Button 1500The elsewhere I designs 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 individuality and 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 Horeheim shoes 500 and grades going for 425 Childrens Shoes Childrens 75c and 100 shoes at 48cts Boys shoes worth 175 and 200 special at 98cts Boys Mfaool shoes regular 250 connoisseur 600- I going EXTRA for 148 One lot of odds and ends special 25cts One lots of odds and ends special at oOcts Ladies fine shoes regular 200 and 250 grades going for S148 All leathers in Ladies fine 350 and 400 grades sale price 298 Hats J B Stetson SSOOgrade now 398 Swan Hats 250 and 300 grades sale price 198 Swan 350 hat going at 248 Mens Furnishings lOc handkerchiefs 2cts IDC handkerchiefs Gets 25c grade going at 14cts Heavy Soxs 3cts 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 Coopers Balbrigaii underwear 100 and 150 per garment 88cts Royal Silk Plush 150 grade for98c Union Suits 250 and 3H grades going for177 Working shirts 50 and 75ct value going for 39cts value I I 1 c i STOCK MUST BE SOLD AND TURNED INTO CASH Read This Guarantee We the undersigned hereby agree to refund any purchasers their any merchandise bought during this sale for amy reason whatsoever 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 cask Come yourself of this opportunity moneyon dissatisfiedor madeI typeof hereavail H TAll we ask isfor you io come 16 our store and test our claim then tell your friends They will thnlc you L 00 AN If you have not attended be sure and come one of the remaining days Bargains galore Oct 22nd to Nov E c r ti yr h AI- f The Second Stock of Ladies9 Drss Goats Recently Purchased New York are now on H W W Now the On our second trip to New York we made a point to secure good lines of Ladies suits made of the New Rough Effects in Black Navy Scotch Mannish Mixtur es and Browns As the season advances we find a de cided tendency toward all rough faced goods for tail ored suits and a strong demand for brown shades No where else in Central Kentucky will you find such an assortment of highclass tailored suits We have the best possible suits at 15 but our big sale is on the very finest grade of strictly plain tailored suits from 25 to 45 Suits that you will feel good in anywhere and in any company They are right inside and out Junior suits for children from IOta 15 years always hard to get right but we have two lines that are right One is made of fine Cheviots at 12 and one of new rough material at 1 5 These are the best values we ever saw in Junior Suits Raincoats are back again as strong as You cant get along without one We have a big line to se lect from at 850 1350 and on up to 3000 About 200 new coats in all the stylish mixtures and solid colors and black These are at every price from 850 to 90 Our assortment of plain black coats is unusually attractive We have in stock more than 150 new one piece dresses ranging in price from 1 0 to 75 Dresses for any occasion made of SatinsEolians Velvets Serges Silks Chiffons etc These represent the very latest ideas of New York designers Fine furs in great variety Solid black furs are the correct thing for We are showing an immense variety of Pillow Muffs Bar rell Muffs and Rug Muffs with collars to match in Genuine Black Lynx Black Wolf Black Coney Black Persian etc at every price from 5 to Also some special values in real Mink Muffs and neck pieces Remember that we are sole agents for the celebrated Munsing un derwear the finest in the world and no higher than the ordinary kinds Ladies Munsing Union Suits at 1 to 3 Mens Munsing union suits 1 to 5 Childrens Munsing union suits at 50c to 1 50 When in our store it will pay you to look at our lines of household Linens Blankets Ladies Furnishings Redfern Warner Gossard Peerless Hosiery etc You will always find something new good A B RobertsonDANVILLE KENTUCKY r J uits and In Sale is TIme to 4 a ever 1 this season 100 fro Irr L Q S are Corsets FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER Five Good Papers for 2 The Central Record for one year a pa per devoted to the best interest of Lancaster and Garrard County Regular price Home and Farm the Souths greatest agricultural paper for a full year regular price 50c and worth it Uncle Remus Home Magazine founded by Joel Chandler Harris a Magazine especially made for the Southern people a full year regular price 100 and worth it Good best Magazine published for the home and housewife one full year regular 150 and worth it And The Evening Post a daily newspaper devoted to the best of Kentucky and its people equal to any daily newspaper in the country for 3 months regular price 125 and worth it I 100 Housekeepingthe 1 ce COMBINATION OFFER interest Here you have a value of 525 The wonderful offer we make you for all five publications is 200Please understand this offer is made to you with the distinct un deretaoding that subscriptions will not be accepted from persons who can secure The Evening Post from local agent or carrier Give order to 5 The Central Record Your r zyrN 7 PKEACHEHSVILLE Mr Frank Rigsby spent Sunday with relatives at Broadhead Miss Ella Sprinkles has been visiting her sister Mrs L F Thompson Miss Polly Land has been a guest ot Mr and Mrs J F Payne Rev Pierce Bryant preached at the Baptist church Sunday Mr Phil B Thompson sold 3 hogs to Mr Richard Williams for 55 Mrs John B Anderson and family were visiting her father John Naylor Mr Henry Blankenship who has been ill for some time is no better Mr David Adams and children who Blood Poison Clad by the Marvel of the Ceitary B B B Tested For 30 Years Drives out blood poison in any stage permanently without delay mercury with pure ingredients To prove it we will send you a SAMPLH TREATMENT FREE If you have Ulcers Eating Sores Itching Humors Swellings Mucus Patches Bone Pains offensive pim ples or Eruptions take B B B Botdh ic Blood Bam All symptom heal quickly Blood is made pure and rich completely changing the entire body into a clean healthy condition heal eveiy sore and stopping all aches pains and itching curing the worst case of blood poison DRUGGISTS or by 1 PER LARGE BOTTLE directions for home cure SENT FREE by writing Blood Balm Co Ga Describe your trouble and tree medical advice given Sold by F P FBISB1E bqton cal with express SAMPLES Atlanta have fever are much better Master Jesse Kid little son of Hen ry Kidd cut a toe about off Mr R D Pettus sold some steers to B D Holtzc5awat4ic J T Chadwick and daughter Miss Melsadia of Crab Orchard were visit ing Mr and Mrs W P White Mr W P White will soon have a sale and will rent out his place and spend the winter in Arizona there will be services at the Methodist church Rev J E Roberts will make his first appear ance in the pulpit here on that date PruittThompson gave a very nice ride a few in of Misses Ella Sprinkles and Polly Land of Rowland The occasion was enjoyed by all participating Mrs Catherine Baker died at her home at Stringtown about four miles east on the 18th aged 71 She is by her husband James Baker and two children both grown Mrs Baker was a consistent pious of the Baptist church at Good Hope and had been a member of the church for 40 years The fueral was preached by Rev William Mack Hutcbings af ter which all that was mortal of this good lady was laid to rest in the old country burying ground to await the Resurrection Morn Kills a Murderer A merciless murderer is with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prev ention They gently stimulate liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation Headache BillJ ousness Chills 25c at R E McRoberts and Sou lm I I NextSunday eveningssince l hay honor survived member Appendicitis stomach c FILTHY STOMACH Focd in Stomach Causes a Rank Condition en you have iwiiyesiirrj your food sours many liiiKs it act unity rots and forms Kftsea that poison the blood Take ionu stomach tablets if yfu want to clmtitfu Ind stomach a heisUhy lean Minmi is the bsf prescription f r upset sromnch iui ti f ever written Nu platter h v miserable your feels Mionii stomach tablets give hiiinetimla relief i Take Mioini stomach tablets whlcl areguaranieed to cure indigestion and rid yourself of dizziness uHhtui ness nervous or sick headache or money back I Ask R E McRoberts Son Take Mioim tablets if you want t make your stomach so strung that it will digest the heartiest meal without distress and fumisn good clear nu tritious elements to the bodyTake Miomi tablets one or two with or after each if you want to get rid of that drowsy tired out feelingFifty cents a box at R E Me Roberts Sun or leading druggists everywhereI bothered for years with stomach trouble and gastritis Food laid like lead in stomach and fer merited causiig gas to form This caused a pressure on my heart sc that 1 choaked and gasped for breath and thought my time had come Mi omi cured me after I had doctored without success Win V Bloomington Ind 1910 BOURNE F L Clark sold cow to Lcm Teater for S2300 aiso sold a hit steer to James Parks for 27 50 Millard Hamm and Lem Teater bought a bunch of cattle at Danville at 3 cents per pound Mr Sam Speaks was visiting his par ents near Lancaster Sunday Mr Crank of Stone bought a pair of mules from Millard Hamm price S385 Mr Loyd Sanders and wife of Crab Orchard have been visiting Sir and Mrs Tom Hicks Mr Chester Rainey and Miss Minnie Grow of Wilmore were visitors here SundayMrs Milly Upton and son Cleli an Miss Edua Gillon of Mercer were with Mr Job Mursee and family Sat urday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Noah Marsee and Miss Lucy Marsee attended preaching here and visited Mr J S Carpenter and wife Sunday J S Carpenter delivered a bunch of fat hogs to J D Pope of Lancaster Tuesday at SS10 per hundred Forced To Leave Home Every year a large number of poor sufferers whofe lungs aresore and rack ed with coughs are urged to go to an other climate But this is costly nod not always sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kmgs New Discovery cure you at homeIt cured me of hirj trouble writes W R Nelson of Cala mine Ark all else failed and 1 gained 4i pouiu g in weight Its the King of all c ugh lung cures Thousands owe their Jives and health to it Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles ooc and Trial bottle free at R E McRoberts and Son 1m Mr and Mrs CramptonColHnsspent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Mike Ray Mrs Florence Ballard spent a few days with her sister Mrs Luther Ra ney and attended the burial of Mr Ray of Cincinnati is at home on a short visit Mrs John Hicks spentSunday with Mr and Mrs John Ray A number or farmers around here have sold their tobacco from 10 to 12 centsLast Monday morning Oct 24th at 830 oclock there was a reaper whos name was death visited our and took from us Voyle Ray son of Mr and Mrs Sim Ray he was a young man and twin brother of Yella Ray They were 1 years old a few days be fore he died both were members of the Baptist church He had been a constant but patient sufferer of tuber culosis for a few months Just a few days before he died he called for Mr Maurice Calico to talk and pray for him for he knew he was a true Chris tiara and was worthy to pray as he sta ted he was the happiest boy he ever saw and he believed he was ready to meet his savior We feel sure he has gone on to meet Bessie and Lillian woo have shortly gone on before Death is a beautiful thing when we know they are on the saviors side The remains were laid to rest in Buck eye Cemetery We thank our many friends for their kindness and sympa thy shown us in that dark hour of sorrow A Sister The Worlds Best No one has ever made a salve or balm to compare with Buck lens Arnica Salve Its the one per fect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands or Sprains supreme Infallible for Piles E McRoberts and Son Fermenti g I I your it 0 one Hal stomach I meal a milk when aid 8100 1fT Voyle Rev Miss Gladue community a Its ointment R f r i C blood makrug Mathews surely Lot d tits at Get Your Copy Today CJ The new Art Catalogue showing Color Drawings of attractive Library Interiors announced in The Saturday Evening Post cf October 15 to be distributed by agents for 81otAvcniekc Elastic Bookcases can be obtained only at our store as we are the exclusive agents in this city for this trademarked lines of highgrade furniture G HURT andother F t We will pity highest market price at all times De liver either Paint Lick or Stanford W P KINCAID DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO Residence Phone 190 Stanford SELL YOUR TOBACCO a Kentucky A 1 AL Your Husband Will Be to have you go back to ordinary flour once he has tasted the delicious bread cakes baked from I I Unwilling WHITE SWAN FLOUR Why not try n sack of it The result will please him and you too The cost of White S an Flour is no more than T that of common Flour Try a sack your next order 2g Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills C ALEX WALKER Prop I I I i O y ipp Til 3w5 1 = On The 1st I OF pay alt your bills with checks on this Bank 1 and note with how much higher respect you are regarded Be NEXT z5Mti sides you will have something left and wont feel like your balance get too small That means you will cut down your spending and so increase your saving GARRARO BANK Sr TRUST CO jij t ac letting THE NofformlBoiik Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus S20QQO A R DEXSV Nesideat J E STORUES Vice Prest S C DESSY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Storme S C Dennv J WI WilliamsL Gill J J SVALKISI President JSJOrrNSO PrestVice ORGANIZED 1883 Tfe fflfflS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RISNST Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper J J WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold I I w ID EEPOETS BUT DAMAGE Flashing banners may appeal to patrons but show no results from the interior Qonvinein Proof Wanted During the sham battle between our competitors with blank cartridges we fought our battle with real am munition giving our patrons good merchandise at honest and low prices and we are safe to come out victorious from our easy Our name is still the in every household in Garrard County for Honest Just and Fair dealings with each individual and our aim is to still the name of aZl cnra iiiL p J DO NO I Vflhat More Is struggleCbyword rq- E1LAiK CARTRIDGESMAiZEj 10A T j s ph Mercantile 6 IL7 W ITMt A Brief rtuliea of the and Goicgs TL Vz Arc interested In M ss S visitor in Som itT K W n vMted relatives atOr s icfay Iiss I r f is tin tu tof i a Dav- Mr Sii i vMtor in Nich Ciivrlu l i ndst3r airi jrast ul i ii iis n rs I y I J es n r Ciiiren ti je vi i Miss tr H is msdt a sever il iiys aCiip iiviHe- Mr TI T j v is in L joisvilU v ti lit K M Jj Juhi 1oti ermx i t Ii Luri i in church Mrs s r irjcd from a visit t i livtfti he Fas City Ejtor L of I anvillr j in wiK h refvir a short vis it Mrs J fr in at it filial Vr Jnii T iUy K Fr twr has returned o ks s w i h relatives I r Jr from HOIUK i iliis Mr aud Mrs Miss Jttic r ft Tuesday to visit her friend Ms Luis West in Wash cu Miss MiT Clav Williams left last jFidiy fur a with relatives iB Cutapbtlviile Mrs W T Malmeantl children impbesville visiting Mr W C D vis and family Mrs Frank B Marksbury for a to Mr cue Mrs Lewis Laudram of Danville Mrs Btllo Bnrnside and Miss Nell Johttson are nl luuue after a stay at Battle Creek Michigan Mrs Alex West and Mr James Lear spent the week with Mrs Charles of UicUolat vil3e Mr and Mrs Charles Denman of Ixicholasville have been recent guest of Mr and Mrs Alex West Mrs A F Sanders Dr J G Pur sley and Mrs Parsley were with rela Lives in Sunday Mrs J W Elmore and daughter Miss Lydia Ehuore are in ilarrods burg for a visit relatives Mrs Henry Xewlrnd and d Miss Nell Newiand of Orchard visited T K Watson Friday Miss Anneil Toiniinson is visiting iu Lexington and ware in attendance at the Burnsll ba 5ou nuptiulK Mrs T L Broaldus has returned from a protracted visit with relatives in Indiana Misouna and Kansas Mrs Mary Hunter of CnibOrchard wits gust Thursday and Friday of 3Irs Emma P Grant and daughter Mrs Midler of Miss loUie Brooks of rabOrcliard weekend the Misses Arnold Henley V BHSUH and Charles returned from a ti relatives in M usoii Kansas and Jndi fGQr f People gr uOo tf Ccni i u f A in- C i jIi t a uhnot V1netid- ai j r cam cd 1 z We I In ton stay y arc left Tuesday hit F- ID nm n Kirks me to tile of airs visit i r rS c- r Nutt t most Lit Lox ngtuu lib k iu ice i t lit j Tlia114 lire rile r ltv sh art o r i i t Crab i O clalnma and the guest tittles have r r e t l n arid sire Jn Pixun of Stan fr wi viif heie Wednesday 3Iis June i Wood in Stan fn viMtiiitf Mss Adei roods fam Jr J Y Jobi s n kfi Wednesday for I uIi Georgia to pc id tlie fct Mrs J re s Dabney ole of Licis ers ilut ii zca Js quite sid si Choifait of Rich tni d i i be gut of rises El tn i e- Vfiu Rata of Piiint L v iLi Mis ii ri Arnold S F iirtls f fi llBTHl If- vh 11 of Upper i ri r p n returned af tr ii v Ls vstu iu itiatives in o i i r ui Ph r mot r and sii itoi I x vu arc uuets of Mrs Ai x Vifcir- M i is M ry E mo e f Richmond Ki hOfl wa tt home ior sever jal HJ xi j JIrs Sriik M et and la ihter of nit f Mrs Jack aiiis J iyuii Mr V T Man and children ifruii lisviilvs are visiting her f W t1 LriVis rs Caw of lie Central Rote rd Oft soent Sanday at her bttiieiu lAt viii Mrs Ernest Hailic RisJ i hiv returned iu th Miss 2firn a Elraore is af home again afar visit tj relatives in Lex x Ms M O Kentiedy of Mis J E Dicker h of the week Jillier has ro tunned af tel a proUacitd to My aud Mrs Samuel Miier of Knoxville Mrs J W Miller has returned from several woks visit to her sister Mrs Saniuei Muhr of Kuoxviiic- Mi s Maud Shearer of Wayne coun ty ha here visiting at the home of Mr aud Mrs Robert Shearer Mr E L Barnard uf the U S Sur veji j corps has joined his wife here for a visit to Mrs Puttie Gill M Morgan Benzcy and attractive Mis Lucy Hale of were visiors here Mjuday E r F M 1ioder was in Rich nniid MUduy 10 see his daughters Misses Delia and Fannie Tinder Miss K io May and Mamie DicKcr son t f BuckcTe have been gutSfiof Mibs rnctisie Mae Mrs John M Farm and little dough ter Johhetta ai h me from a visit to Mru George MeRoherts of Coving fe n mes and Lrm uel Tier of Huckeve visited Mr Mrs I3avis Prather the first of the f week Opt T A Elkin acid Mr Duty were in Mill Suriufrs Saturday for I he juurUifie of the Ztllicoffer monu hxs hen r wino r art the e r S t I Cur I f J i r rI the i Fr L Ad h f Woods aJld I hum a short 1utl1 and Verrailes dt ron JIN iclruativille Lincolns i Slit firs Bh tit hit I brine nee Sutton Mid and x in meut anr f l red ret i lei a c a li i ese gut tsefi sea r Mss tit a1 City refe is Mend Miss Stanford recent ere 4f2icoln Caster At Elder F 3J Tinder entertained his Sunday school or Bible Class Friday evening The hours were from seven to ten Mrs Howard Rice has returned to her home in Richmond Indiana after avisit to her mother Mrs H A B MarksburvMrs M Frazee returned to her home in Maysville after a weeks visit to Mesdames Henry Clay Jennings and W I Williams Mr Robert Thompson and family of Crab Orchard will move to their hand some farm near town known as the John Gill farm Miss Letty McRoberts and visitor Miss Ruth Reed of the Lone Star State were weekend guests of Mrs Vaught of Richmond The Missionary Society of the Pres byterian chuich will give a Silver Tea on November 1st at 730 oclock All are most cordiilly invited The ladies of the W C T U met at hospital last Saturday Ar ter the meeting Mrs Gulley the ma tron kindly showed them over the buildingMrs Shearer gave a most sumptuous dinner to about thirty or more guests The dinner was in hon or of Miss Maud Shearer who has been her recent yisitor Mr and Mrs E M Walker will leave on lanuary 1st to make their home in Eminence Kentucky where Mr Walker has a good position with a Jersey Stock farm Messrs Fred P Frisbie Sherley Hudson Dave Thomas Willie West and Misses McRoterts and Reid wit nessed the foot ball game at Danville Wednesday afternoon Mrs William Boyle of New Or leans who has been making a stay with her parents Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt left Thursday visit to relatives in Hustonville Mr Travis Morse of Ioda Kansas was a visitor in Lancaster the past week Mr Morse was in the revenue service when Gen W J Landram was Collector of the Internal Revenue Mr M F Rout of Lexington was in town Court day He had with him his friend Mr James A Hulett Both these gentlemen own large farmes near Lexington but always like to spend a day in Garrard Mrs Mattie Duncan went as a dele gate Tuesday and Mrs C C Brown as an alternate to Synod which met in Harrodsburg Mrs Fred P Frisbie was also in attendance and delivered on interesting address The ladies of the W C T U are requested to meet at the usual hour Saturday afternoon They will be ready then to pack the box for the Hindman school All contributions sent will de thankfully received Mr and Mrs W L Steele Mrs E U Miner Miss Daisy Steel Mrs H B Taylor Misses Ella Steel and Eiiza beth Taylor formed a pleasant auto party from Nicholasville that were guest of Mrs T B Walker Saturday Miss Letty McRoberts was hostess on Tuesday evening of a most elabor ate and dainty course of dinner given lor her friends to meet her charming visitor Miss Ruth Reed of Texas The home was a bower of beauty with many artistic decorations and the menu served could hardly have been surpassed On Tuesday November first Mr W I thecity t I I protracted for a I t I I sjm Ice Cream Soda Water CocaCola Phosjrti 1 phates Grape JuiceJESSJ In And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers at FRISiBIES DRUG STORE I m rS rriJ NrJfJFriI EiiJl1iJIJI11I 1iJrrillfijffi1 I iiJfiiIiIiI il rwm I 1 f r di f r- f H Wherritt Lancasters highly esteemed citizens will celebrate his eightyfifth birthday A more or hospitable couple never lived in our city than Mr and Mrs Wherr itt It Is hoped this worthy Lancast rian may live celebrate many more such happy occasions Here is a Reaeiy That Will Cure Eczema 1 We Prove It Why waste time and money with greasy salves and lotion trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when the Me Roberts Drug Store guaranteesZEMO a clean liquid preparation for exter nal use to rid the skin of the germ life that causes the trouble One ap plication will relieve the itching often times one bottle is suflicient cure a minor case of eczema In over 2000 towns and cities America the leading druggist has agency for ZEMO and he will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment ZEMO recognized as the cleanest and most oopular for eczema dandruff and all other form of skin scalp affections whether on infant or grown person Will you try a bottle on our recommendation R E McRoberts Son Drug Store Dr Rose bought the dwelling now occupied by Dr Elliott from Mr Richard Ballard Mrs M B Scott sold her residence to Cbas Deane Mrs Scott has not located but we trust that they wilt not leave the county Mr and Mrs C A Kenney and son Henry Mr and Mrs W R Powell made an auto party to W A Dicker son Sunday afternoon Dr and Mrs Ellott attended the Shriners banquet in Lexington Satur day night Miss Mayme Ballard has returned from Louisville much improved in healthMr and Mrs Cheatham of Nicho as vjlle visited friends and relatives in the community Saturday and Sunday J C Williams and Will Holcomb attended the Edelen sale in Mercer last week The road machine is doing spleneid work on the Lexington pike This road is a regular boulevard for automo bilestsMrs S B Nelch has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Deather age at Richmond For Brick Sand and Portland Ce ment go to Hudson Hughes Lan caster It Sale 75 acres of land midway between Bryantsville and Buena Vista About two miles from each place This land was a sugar maple grove and had never been cultivated until I raised four crops fine hemp and then wheat corn which good There is level a nice little who has attended to th land has a farm in Jessamine County and I am anxious to sell Address H Nicbolasville or see Mr Tom Dunn at Bryantsville 10143t What A FaMis Efitwr Says The editor of the TaylorTrotwood Magazine wrote to one of his friends these words You 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 opportun ity for a money making investment this magazine afforded You asked me to let you in on the ground floor and I am doing so This same opportunity is given all who desire to be a stock holder and a Life Subscriber to the Taylor Irot wood Magazine One share of stock par value 1000 and a perpetual sub scription to the magazine both for 1000Let us have your order now This opportunity is limited Write Tttlor Trotwood fJo oneof most t and tel in the is treat ment pi mplJs or BRYAN TSVILLE yet- I f with only two crops f wer extremely never fail K stock w r the land is and would e farm wh n im ved Mr Ide Shero er fore ught B Campbell I popular experimenting For Pat Pahina Leaders In Dry Goods and Ladies Wearing Apparel j YOULL FIND IT IN TfflS COLUMN At Uurreyslfjr sh oysters It Call 17 for ftexn oysters E Zimme Get a oaf6f down east brown at Curreys s It For Rent Sormes 1014tf Large o uoes at Powells than ever it New cranbes riesXelery and grapes Friday at It Special sale Special sale all the time at Powells S price Cash or merchandise Ball j Floltzclaw it Try the eler shop and you will never W D Walker 2t Just received a lot of evapora ted fruits molasses and other syrups Ball Iloltzclaw It Farm For Safe 102 acres well icapoved handsome baick residence Ith eight locm one mile from Bryantsville on the Lexington pike Address 9 2 St G T Higginbothm City Tax Notice Your City Tax has been due since March the 1st if not by Novem ber 1st there willjbe a penalty of 6 per cent added Pay your City Taxes and save cost Office at Police Court Room Luther E Qerron City Tax Collector FOR SALE Snow cases counters light electrolier new reclining uphol stered chair wheel invalid chair 12 foot oak dining table with extra adjus table round top fpanel doors 2ft 10 in by 6ft 11 injG single light sash 2ft 10 by 3 ft 11 In 2 plate glass 2 ft 5 in by 5 ft 2 in 2 plate glass 2 ft 4 in by 7 ft 5 in 1 plate glass 2 ft by 8ft 2 in 1 marble slab 2 ft by 9 ft 4 pair window shutters 1ft Sin by 7 ft 11 E Stormes10 14tf Fine New Automobile Tires cheap not trust made goods Save you 50 per cent on tire cost Any style bead 28x2812 60 30x31375 30x3 12S1780 32x3 12S8 00 34x3 1281960 30x421 70 31x4 22 00 32x4390 34x482680 34x4 ErunIops 15 per 15 per cent less than standard prices No shoddy goods Prompt shipments C O D allowing examination 5 per cent for cash with order GEYEB SALES CO Dayton Ohio STRAIGHT SALARY PAID LEADING FRATERNAL IN U RANGE UNION OFFERS for energetic white to its business in and a round Lancaster must have good to ABILITY and and be capable of advancing to a District eputysbip Previous experience not required Write giving full particulars of self with past record and present position Address in strict confidence Supreme Commander General 414 First Bank Building Covington A Goof Plata Can be had by ambitious young men ladies in the field of Wireless or telegraphy Since the 8hour became effective and since the Wireless companies are establishing stations throughout the country there a great shortage of telegraphers positions pay beginners from 70 to 90 per month with good chance of advancement The National Tele raph Institute operates six official institutes in America under of B R and Wireless Official and all graduates into position will pay you to write them full details at Cincinnati O or Philadel I r Fresh I I bread wllLrabJe roomsJ lin a on It Bring us your we pay highest for maple fd 91n inJ 15 170 cent additiona ubes discount excellent tuniny man qualifications s C ARACTER National Kentucky and Railway law Is places It p IfSt oiystbr mars downstairs E lower prjee g new b r it near p opp ha die HONESTY supervision for phis the Paint All wagons look pretty much alike when finished varnished How are you going to know what sort of timber is UNDER THE PAINT Even ifyou 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 a reputation for building the best wagons made and for absolutely honest dealing Under if paintedand I maintained When you know you can depend oa the JPlIIi why take d1anoes wifh ether l 8 Mount Son Co Lancaster Ky WeuQaieuateetkSdJeiaEer Jul I ATHENA UNDERWEAR from its very nature appeals with force to the womanly woman When she picks k up she realizes that she has found the underwear she wants As she wears k her opinion is strengthened Such daintiness such perfect fit such comfort without bud have never been combined in womens underwear to the manufacture of the ATHENA line previous particular One great point is that this beautiful desirable underwear costs no more than the ordinary il fttting underwear Daintiness elegance refinement without extra cost Without doubt ATHENA the most desirable underwear we have ever sold for women misses and children Many styles and fabrics See Window Display At BATSONS STORE DIGGING in the subject of coal you will find that our coal is by far the best We are handling that kind and we would like to con Ii I deeper vince you Save money by buying wellscreened grade coal from us which we are selling at living prices Lancaster Lumber Wtg to I I high I r Ladies to know they can get SAMPLES and ESTIMATES their by writing at once to MISS I guarantee perfect fit when correct measures are sent also stylish uptodate gowns Respectfully f 444 Fourth Ave J OWENS Louisville Ky r Q l I I I Isl- I Iii III 11 l E III fa ult3rGOVnS II III I I 11 R OWENS I I P Ii- I I I Iv tz r C v Th T J r f- lii WantedU ud I II- Ii MISS I0 You Read the Blue Grass Edition of The Lexington Herald u If This is the regular Monday morning news edition containing in addition six pages devoted to general farm news and news pertaining to the farming interest of the Blue Grass section of Kentucky I 100 Special Rate to January 11912 LO More than fourteen months of a good news and farm paper combined for the above small amount Order now and get advantage of the full time LEXINGTON HERALD LEXINGTON INCORPORATED KENTUCKY o J rwz METAL SHINGLESL- aid 20 years ago arc as good as new today and have never needed Think of it 1 What other roofing will last as long and look as wen Theyre fireproof stormproof 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 repairs creating We are handling bet 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 14C per bushel at yard or on cars Any one want ing car load will sell very close as cheap as you can buy from the Fresh Clean Eggs 19c Cash B B NORTHCOTT DEPOT STREET COAl CliAJ mines J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3L Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New KILL THE WITH I I Discovery FOR OUCHS OLDS PRICE lie Free wee TW JL E Mctloberts Drugstore ALLTHROAT AND lIJIIGTIOIJBLES- GV mED SADSFAOW- O JmY j AS zuiD Private Sale Having decided to locate in the West I wish to sell inv place of about 24 acres situated ou Back Creek near Stony Point school house on Rich mond and Lancaster dirt road live j miles from Lancaster 15 acres good bottom land splendid tobacco land jtfood orchard appes peaches and plums the best of we water on ru ral route fronts road 200 yards from school house jjoon five room house and other buildings at the intersec tion of four wads mile from rai 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 toots You can pay for this place in two years with tobdccv Will give you easy payments Mrs Tabitha C Doty G6t Lancaster Ky My Farm of 1 66 Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further write me BOGIE Lexington Kentucky Fruit and Shade Trees Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for free Catalogue No Agts FHillenzneyer Sons Lexington Kentucky I I i fOR SAl I particulars NaH J General News Fifteen cars of lutnter were wrecked just outside of Kings Mountain on the Cincinnati Southern Monday morning No one was hurt It was announced that United State Senator B E Shlvely of Indiana will shortly be operated upon for the cf a dead bone from his foot More than 209 appliuaiinns fur night iiceiise for Hotels and stloons of New York to keep open election night have been refused by Aiayor Col Bennett II Young delivered a splendid address on Oct 22nd at the dedication of the Zf lliccffer Monu ment eight mites west of Somerset The Department of Justic will bc gin tikiuy testimony in the Govern ments suit against the sccailed bath tub trust in Pittshurj on October 31 The President of France gave a luncheon tL the Elysee Palace in Paris in honor of Jacob M Dickerson of War of the United States President Tnft who was the guest of the Ilsoublic of Argentine on board the training ship President Sarmiunto at Washington was the ffrst Amen can Executive to be entertained on a foreign warship The Censna Bureau announced that the population of JelTerson county Kentucky including the city of Lou isviUe was 2G2U20 compared with 232 519 in 1100 This it a gain of 13 per cent Ehel Clare Leneve was acquitcd by a London jury f the charge of being a accessory after the fact in the mur del of Cora iJille Orippen known Oil tic stage as Btlle Elinorc wife of II Crippen who is to be handed November 8 The trial listed only a few hours The Census Bureaus report on rot t u shows a 410 100 ha las counliiiir round as half bales were ginned to October IS from the growth of 1SJ10 ompaired with 5530Jo for 1500 G 30 1GG for lOGS and 4420258 for 1107 to tie Cirresponding date Prices ar vanced sharply on the New York and Sew Orleans exchanges Mound City Paints may cost a triO more hut 0 C J E Sformes The undersigned nerey give warn to all persons not to trespass upon uv lands any purpose whatever us we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire R Parsons- W S Ferguson Ed 7S B Price E F Herring Vvr A Price W S Erabry S L Rich Kinnaird T A Eltdn J W Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson II C Arnold W G Anderson II C Hamilton L II Brown G Y Conn W Conn J G J Conn- J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr W Burnett 1 Secretary I n I t U1a rs t hr for P W Dave Thoxnpsou Sweeney- Z TRice Jas Sutton Irs r 4 removal ail Gay nor Ir- Irs and well known medical authority has won the friend ship and gratitude of the American pcopls IlLs years of practical experience in the treatment of certain dis eases of which he is acknowledged leader caused his foimulss to be sought by so many that a corporation was formed under the name of the DH C A HOAG CO OF GIHGAOa ILL obtained some of his most valuable prescriptions which enables every man voman end childlo share in the benefits of his research and affords an unusual oppor tunity for the sick of our vicinity For CATARRH Arm U96ERIK AflHEHTS during convalescence form La Grippe Typhoid Fever winch leaves the patients exhausted CELl TISSUE TONIC braces the patients enabling them to coxbat the ravages of disease and guarantees them a ccir lease on life by restoring health CELL TISSUE TOH1S Dr Kos sis the greatest tissue builder and blood maker on the market A powerful giver and constructor Price 100 DR HGAGS KERVOTINE is a prescription for all zittois disorders Health produc DR KOAGS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Small tablets easy to take Great results The greatest discovery of the age for Indigestion and all stomach troubles Price SOc Fer nnejffliatisn Blood and Skin Diseases state take Dr Hoags Blood and Liver Restorative PRICE 100 LADIES if you are suffering from persistent Hcadsclse pains in back and feel as if it were impossible for you to endure DR KOASS VINO REPENS No sick woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine It will surely help you WRITE FOR HOME DOCTOR BOOK how to take care of sick and room The above preparations can be obtained at your dealers For sale by F P Frisbie j DR C R IiOAG THE SKillfUL CHIGAmJ SPECIAUST I n I Iwhich and other diseascs strength idealtonicI I eradicated I yourhousehold Prlc S100 FREETell I I Farm and Stock The road to wealth raise Scanty feeding is visteful feeding J E Robinson bought eleven mule colts Court day Keeping the drinking places cleat and the approaches dry Dr J B Kintsuird sold a Jersey cow for S25 50 on last Court day Sheep dislike mud and will hesitate before crossing a muddy place No animal is profitable when at a standstill so keep the lambs growing Sheep like to drink dose up where tse water bubbles out from the FojxBrick Sand and Portland Cc ixtent Hudson Hughes it A wet lieu is not a comfortable hen even in warm weather and she ought to have protection from storms The ground and duel pen should be disinfected every spring and fall by digging up and sowing green crops Mr Bootli Thompson shipped 67 head of line cattle to Cincinnati last Saturday and sold them at GJ cents II FT Stiles of Boyle county Ky sold to John V Collins of Springfield a pair of very tine work mules for 46 A few liens carefully watched and hhtMally fed arc moro than a large number forced fur their living Do nut feed laying liens too much corn Corn is a fat producing food and dues not supply enough protein for laying hens Dr D M Jodbey Perryvile Kv bought of II E Allen Richmond Ky i he saddle mare Idella Rex 5500 sired t y Rex 1706 dam Helen B 375 by son of Blood Chief 2fcd dam by Waxy At a public sale of s ddle horses made by Gay Bros Lexington Ky a Montgomery Gay brought SliCtK and other Lord Highland went at 62700 The corn crop of the country is placed at 2750000000 bushels bv the department of agriculture exceeding the crop of 190 by 250000000 bushels Mr Prather reports abju 400 cattle at the stock pens court day All of them at from 3J to 4 cents per pound There was also about fifty sheep on hand which sold at 3 Busi ness at the Stock pens was good and the pens were cleared The farmer who keeps sheep and does not make it a point to furnish the housewife with a nicely dressed mutton occasionally during the hot summer months falls short of one of the most satisfying parts of sheepraisingCarbon is death to snails and other insects in the benches if a few drops of the liquid is placed in holes about one foot apart all over the benches It needs rare in use as it is poisonous and explosive Nothing will promote laying all win ter more than a small patch of grain sown early where tile fowls can get it and pick it at will It beats stimu lating codiments that too often injuro the digestive organs The great majority o diseases Inch dent to poulfry are due to bad bad housing including cold damp and illventilated houses over feeding rich feeding impure water and want exercise Pigeons seem to revel In warm weather provided the water supply Is assiduously cared for and insect pests kept within bounds by a regular use of some deathdealing powder The surprising growth of sweet clover on railway embankments and land where new streets are being cut gives an erroneous Idea of the re quirements of the plant The ordinary alfalfa whose original home was probably Persia has come to be considered standard and valu able forage crop in the western half of the United States See that all empty flower pots are gathered up cleaned and put away ready for use when wanted not left laying around to get broken The exchange of scrubby beefy cows for dairy bred cows means turning loss into profit if they are cared for properly For hogs above soaked shelled corn while a than soaked corn meal made eco nomical gains V Teach the colt to drink sweet milk at weaning time It is just the thing to keep up his muscular growth Clean up and repair all empty flats as they will soon be needed for gera nium cuttings bulbs and other pur posesRoots form a succulent food and are used to good advantage in ether and dryer feeds Do not let tbs harvest rush of work interfere with the regularity of the milking hours The horse is kept for his muscle and his food should be such as will h13 muscular system In Canada the average price of a sheep is 589 which ia quite decid edly greater than withiis Doctor hogs by keeping them clean giving good feed and plenty of care and water l I t t I pigs I to Lancaster to Pea i II I ali on sAd e I I management f f a 20 pounds wer tlle most skimmed supplementing develop r Jdo SI logs go S 1IOti table foiage enjoying i3 triflel i No Exceptions By Lawrence Alfred Clay I Copyright 1910 by Awoclated Lttorarr Irosi Mr Guy Flemming civil engineer was passing a couple of weeks at tIle village of Colville That meant that he was fishing That didnt mean that lie was catching any fish be cause the month was August and a fish that will bite in August is not worth the carrying home A mile outside the village was the Prim school for young ladies Mis Janet Prim principal proprietor and j all that As the school buildings were on the banks of the same river which Mr Flemming was vainly fishing for fish a suspicious person j like Miss Prim must see through his duplicity sooner or later He was gradually approaching the school grounds as he fished and the day would come when he would venture i to climb the wall and address one of j the dozen damsels remaining there through the summer vacation Miss i Prim did see and she called up Miss Fanny Livingston one of her assist ants and solemnly said j Miss Livingston theres a man around That is there is a strange man gradually approaching this place along the river bank He has conic a little nearer every day for the past week Is the constable to be notified maam was asked Only as a last resort Under your care the young ladies are to rial I Maple grove tomorrow The grove is cn the river Should that man be fishing in the vicinity and dare to approach you and the young ladies he must be emphatically repulsed emphaticaMy repulsed Miss LiT ingston I trust that you understand me- Yesru The next day Mr Flemming went fishing down the river He had lath I I T I I I I f in I I I j i situated He Was Started by a Cry for Heip erto fished up the stream He knew nothing whatever of the jaunt to the grove on the part of the young ladies but the voice of Fate called to him He had been in the grove for a couple of hours and he had almost had two bites on his hook when the grove was invaded He heard song and laughter and he soon reasoned out who his callers were It was very proper of Mr Flem ming to sit there and flab and fish and not go spying By skulking through the brush a hundred feet or so he could have come upon the happy band in a dell but he didnt skulk He sat there and bobbed his line up and down and watched the bubbles and the froth More than an hour had gone by when Mr Flemming heard the rum ble of thunder and looked up to see the sky darkening There was going to be a thunderstorm He heard ex clamations and ejacuiations from the young ladies and knew they were to take shelter in a farmhouse a quarter of a mile away He didnt propose to get wet but he had noted a great sycamore tree with a hollov trunk that would give him shelter The voices of a dozen running harumscarum girls had died away in the distance and Mr Premming had laid down his fishpole when he was startled by a cry for help It was near at hand It was the voice of a woman The fisherman made a rush of fifty feet to confront a young wom an whose foot had been caught in a loot as she started to flee with the others She was hanging to the limb of a tree and twisting her foot but the heel was jammed fast It was Miss Livingston There she was held prisoner by her foot a soaking old thunderstorm coming along and the man she had been commanded to repulse standing before her and the only person on earth she could ask for assistance If she emphatically repulsed him I see the trouble and I beg par don said Mr Flemming after an in stant and he dropped on his knee seized the foot and wrenched it clear Then the lightning came and Miss Livingston screamed Then the first big drops of rain were heard on the leaves overhead and the poor young woman looked at the fisherman with tears in her eyes moanedWhat I shall I do Curious to Know It may be as the preachers say From heaven baseball they will not bar But how the mischief can they play The game where no ballplayers are The Sad Truth Economy remarked the moralizer is the source of wealth Thats right rejoined the demor alizer By denying ones self all the luxuries of life It Is possible to save up enough money to provide them in liberal quantities for some one else I I preparing repulseemphatically f dowhat h e WHEPI PA IS LATE Wliei pi is late tfc rs notbln risk T turns ups down rif W r why hea bees tIfiAiMd- I r srle btRotm3 a fvrA TV srtirrh p way to Tvr rrir ent Tlo ruiiKBtcr tret3 ihfir play Anil Urn ttitn drapt most heavily When pa remains away f tttariea have an empty look i7e dfnintrmom s rr liar JTa tMnks lb fora w 11 frrely a- T tt she had roo tj rth Vu I he ocrcrr or liv iIs all the ivlJ RIft when her vffl reM Pa his han ma cKsppeara Ami from the kitrlei She dtftly lakes thl s h imhnc The yvun t rsi yell tn mere And cr Id x n htl U kiss Pa her at the door Cofcnnbtan A Necessary Preliminary I would like to tn to of these palmists who pretend to foretell the future and fool him You couldnt It He would soon find out your How couli teT Well he could make you show hand MORNING CONVERSATION tie II poll care a p f T7tt11 frr l1Iik Is Tbre comes a fhan aves zlUlIe list f b Co ifS one o gUI your ie 3sss wv ls crtacing sn MosqnSto Im rnd ou came I nearly Ttcrkcd to death The Fly Weil yci rest sow Ill take care of him till he seta ready to get up Distinction Yorr terms 5 Its Msriiiitr And farzui to choose you win I t elov this htidins for exclu sivc unto of oar farmer snNrvrUxrr ami is for thy stile of stock grate snih things on farm as the fanner eaunot aJford to saLver use No settee will be accepted over roar lines and will be only in two Issues of the KECOXD free of charge For Kale A sow and pigs Apply at bis office I have sale a tot four year oli work mules T W Conn I be in torn Court with sO Lushel cf 1 ill r5 js Tuna Leaveil A iood home forniana il wife or old lady for particulars apply to T V Oonn R F D 1 Lancaster Kentuc ky Wanted to rent for the year 1911 a bout S acres of t tate lau with house list less tbi four See Mitchel iled eviire KyorJF Robirsoti at ISaf ioisal Haok Lancaster Kentockey Far Safe 32 owes and 2 bucks Sam Cotton TeiitervIHe Kr A yearliac jersey bu Ksabiect to ree later also an Aogora goat Curl Per ii s Markbury Phone 363 G Bal U Hay Thmtljy mixed with Clo ret Delivered in quautii sof 10 bales 0 a car load Phone Bacon Pelphrey i47 A or write Z T Rice Richmond ICy A pocket book cit inin r some papers and S265 in money near Marksuury lust Sunday week Add Lewis Al rcelus Iv7 Came to my pi ice about the 10th Jay of July a small wan heifer wcith in abtiiL 500tt Oucr can have same by paying sea JEifo KnMawn LIVE STOCK MAKICETC- ISCISXATl UXIOX STOCK YARDS Oct 27 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 050 J1I5 715 Shipments til lila 15 CATTLE Shippers 523 625 Butcher steers extra 00 Good to choice 4 jftgo 50 Common to liter 5 j 0l 25 Heifers extras 4 10 Good to choice 4 4 75 Common to fair 5c 75 Cows extra j 10 4 C5 Good to choice 3 75554 40 Common to fair 2 2f3 50 Canners 0 2 TS Bulls balognas 4CO475 Extra 4M000 4 505 GO CALVES extra jj 5 7 TJ 9 oo Common und large s 5C 7 75 HOGS good packers and batchers 8 90 9 OO Mixed pactera so 9 09 Stags I 52o723Common to choice heavy fat sows 6 25 g8 00 s 0881Pigs 110 Ibs and less 500S50SHEEP extra 4 io425Good to choice 3 J0 4 CO Common to fair 2008 25 LAM S extra 6 75 Good to choice G 25 S 65 Common 4 s iRe I can get a gcod I i yorn t I U T r t if n yuu I f y nil I I I III fUT pair or I ill flay I Ken Far Sale K Fsr valuable Skayed exp S 1d t 55 2 2 Fat bn115 Fnir to good g to rt Wben s r beIn it kj- tOFARERS COLUMN ijoesaceivccyosoo spare the coon rooms S1e L5t Light shippers Jersey Bull Hemj Slopo I- Seasou 1910 J W S W E E N E H J Surveyor Office o r F 6 Hurt s ft rnitnr store Lancaster Kentucky rw LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references 0c2 WA T 1 0tr c t illfNli T RING Auctioneer kemcaogeeeoec TINiEY County tgjj IV Grartxaie Optician Glasses titt tl Sasiafaecioo iuarn tii J MK Denny tl i Morrow DENTIST Office over Iis Arnold H J FTRICK AH Worlc Guaraateed Paint LickII19tf DBWmBUB3SnETT Phvsicsn end Surgeon OSice over Logans store Residence Phone To Otlice Phone G QUALITY Ware McRoberts uagfees SvioebroadR- EHL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles ATjstracted Phone l Dr J i EOnnaifd- Phpfean and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office PhoneSO Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two WMie Barbers h Town See the tall si n side of Pubiir Square I HOUSE J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and TJ S District Court Otlice over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning arid Pressing La dies anti Glens Garments Oats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed b W Faulkner fllgr LOOK AND LISTEN For UpTcDate flair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS GO TO HENRY DUNOWSBA- KBEU RICHMOND STREET Office Hours Stormes Drug Store DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky I have just opened up a new clean Barber Shop Lexington street next to office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me Clean Tools Sharp Razors Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN I Jti1Iinery I Dentist Kentucky r a i I 1 oc o QaQ ooo t OX Office over B F thepost J OEt FllIr3 North Sitol Samto12 Ipnxtol VATTKR on s