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Fro Tine Land of NffS PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land of LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1910 NUMBER 30 i CENTRA1 utRntJr J e Y THE lou TWSN1y ImST YEAR aC i b i to 1- t t f 1 rI J l mW flTEIi c 1 nft I I O 4 8iII C LW t Ii PI t 0 9 jl Let us you t some money i i fI ti J n I I 1 b S j t F lf e trT t t f j aJI Ji J f are head Quarters 1 t for Gtval1 zed J J t on r t tr II r iW ft 1 t J3 t Caster Jy f c c t 71IfI 1I oJ ft ssTr Mnut7x7Mn f a e- r t rLuwINo-r VflTLti l 1 Frt HtIPj make prices can save you ttit TF IIYL t fa We I l1 roofing CG 1 c Liriish short notice Z 1 t A lcti r Mrs Dabney continues verj 111 Owing t her advanced age 8J years her recovery is considerd very doubtful Dr John A Snoden our esteemec Paint Lick friend was in town and informs us that he contem plates spending the winter in Califor will offer for sale his persona property and real estate a full nptici of the sale will appear in next weeks have received the invitation Mr George Robertson En gleman request your presence at marriage or his daughter Miss Elis Chenault Engienian to Ashlev Turner Reed of Pueblo Colorado The bride has many relatives in this county whc congratulate the groom on the prize he has won Elder M C Hutchings who lives near Preachersvse happened to an accident Tuesday evening while com ing from church on the Kirksville road about live miles from Lancaster Someone run into his buggy and turned him out into a creek and broke his buggy We to state that Elder Hutchings was not hurt Miss Katie Lee Denny and brother Mr saw Denny gave a delightful and unique social function a Halloween party in the Woods in honor of Miss Lettie McRoberls and her popular visitor quite a number of society went out from town and the pleas ures and past lines of Halloween were most delightfully enjoyed in the open Sale Of City Property Hughes Swinebroad sold for Mrs Jennie Comley her property on Camp hell St for S50 00 to J L Davis Possession January 1st 1911 Ray living near Bryantsville and Miss Lorena EJdington surprised their friends by driving to the resi deuce of Elder K M Tinder and being u wedlocks holy bonds Singleton Perkins J W Perkis Mss Mary Kate I Singleton both of this place j ted in marriae in the parlors of the Louisville Hotel Thursday at 930bv Dr H M dii of the Methodist Temple i The bride who is a pronounced beauty was most attired in a suit f brown Th young couple left at once bridal trip to St Loui They were ncccmtanied to Louisville by Mr C K of Mt Sterling sin unrIe nf the pride Mound Paint may cost a trifle more but C C J E Stormes j DITCH I nia and Iissue r following i the I Ii V t I i areglad I r t i I I I EddingtonRay- JesseI kited in and were unt lImiplly for a Old ham Thursday people S Wednesday bet its S Of Fine Fall Ladies We are ready to show you all the latest nov elties in SUITS and OVERCOATS and Boys Ii i SEE OUR NEV LINE Jt j 11 Footwear I IG cr s 1f for Men j i H T L 0 G A N l For I t A GOOD NEW OPERA HOUSE To Be Run On A First Class Plan AT The To Geae Here At last it looks good for Lancatt and Garrard County showgoers it is currently reported that Mr R I McRoberts will build a new uptoJH Opera house on the old Mason lot on Stanford street Mr McRoberts it is fc intention at this time o if he is assured of the good will an support of the Citizenship of the and town The house will be on a business plan and nothing vulfi or dirty will be allowed to ar only the Ingest class of the Corfu ies will be given engagements W think this a good move for the tow and are sure that it will meet wit the approval of our good citizens pri vided it opened by Mr McRibcr which insures a good clean boost on that the people will patronize an help along in every manner posibie At present the entire Hotel is rent ed to Mr Sanders and the work can not be started until January 1st Th lower part of the Hotel has been by Mr Sanders for the year however Mr McRoberts has retune the offiice and dining room and lit h en and ah the grounds for the pure si of building this Opera House Ever one be a booster and let us hope tha the adventure may prove a success not that Lancaster will have an uteri house just the same as her siste towns At present we have only small picture show as our and it draws large crowds and cl sar ves them however Lancaster can sup port them both and they will draw people to town Destroyed Property There is no harm in indulging i innocent jokes on Halloween but when it comes to destroy intr pop erty then the police should taUe hand The signs of Messrs II T R S Browm and R H Bifsor were torn to pieces by some hudlum and as yet Mr Herron has bepn un able to find who did the dirty wick For A Good Cause The Silver Offering given by the La dies Missionary Society of the Prosbv terian church on last Tuesday evenig was a success in every way T e Church was decorated beautifully with lowers corn stalks and jsickolsn terns and about one hundred and lit ty people were present to enjoy them selves A tempting lunch was served which was donated by the good ladies of the society They made forty three dollars A Wasteful Set An exchange says The farr js art the most wasteful class of minufac ores in the world If the merchant r other business man would on business as does the average far ncr he would soon go bankrupt The armer loses a little here and there by lot practicing proper methods He does not care for his manure at once nd loses soil fertility a field is not handled just right and it washes in urring a loss crops are not cared for properly weeds grow and cut down he yield there are a hundred and one ways for leaks to occur The farmer not be able to stop all of them he should keep watching them stop as many as he can Deserves CoMpliment Grand High Priest Harry Bailey of yntbiana Kentucky has appointed High Priest W O Rigney of the Chapter of the Royal Arch Masons s one of his instructors to exemplify he Chapter work in several districts a the State of Kentucky Mr Rig ey has been High Priest of the local Chapter for a number of years and is considered one of the best in the State his appointment to this position due to the fact that Mr Bailey was Inspector for this Chapter two years go at which time he saw Mr Rigney on the degrees We are giad to that our townsman stands so in Masonic circles and we are are that greater honors will come to and to the local Chapter through successful efforts in properly per orming the duties of this position Clear Those who have ambition to preside s Circuit Judge of this district seem q realize the universal popularity of he Hon C A Hardin before they go ery far We believe that the Denv ratic voters of this district have made ip their minds to give him the for Circuit Judge in of his excellent services as Attorney for seven years Both the Hons George Stone and henry Jackson of Danville though icing strongly urged by many admix ng friends have decided for he nomination Either gen lemen would make a good Circuit Judge but do not wish to make the sacrifice necessary to obtain the nation Mr Jackson is County of Boyle County and one of the nost promising of the younger mem jersof the bar ic this district He ias been connected with Central University Law School enjoyed a rery lucrative law practise and is very popular in Boyle County d Best Of Shows Only for hotel state that mild County run she h i lUll I t amuse mert night a I i i carrv his I may but and local and put know high him his gail nomination recognition Commonwealths nottoask Attorney rented i Logan about FCW of these nom they and k- lr DIFFERENCES OF OPINION the Mali Mead Contest On At Richmond In b Alison Circuit Court last Wednesday a very interesting case was tried one which comes under a that the whole state of Kentucky is commenting on at present It if whether or not Malt Head as sold in option territory is an The case was Commonwealth against Martin Gentry the wel known soft drInk dealer of Richmond ri a recent decision by the Court of I Appeals Carroll writing it was iiM thif It must be shown to be in j it is of doubtful intoxicant qualities Gentry was charged with js Mii mead and thus violating the local option law Both sides fnuifht anti introduced many I ireses Prominent citizens for swore that they had drank sever a bottles of the article and it had not aff cted than Mr Valentine Har di a well known citizen declared on tie that he had parta ke enviously of the beverage and it iMxtcard him The jury after be for scniPiiiue rendered a ver dict uss sing a Hue against the defend lent for An expert chemist from the labrato ry of state college was here for the prusecntion and gave evidence show ing that maU mead contained alcohol Tie case will be appealed Richmond Climax High Bridge Early in 1911 the new High Bridge which is to span the Kentucky river M the Qiioen Crescent Route will nvp KT n completed It will be the highest bridge spanning a navigable s iemi on th American continent and is be the most massive structure of its ligth and breadth known to the eivilizfl worll and will have a sustain i ca ciy of 7200 tons In the er HI of fiis wonderful span more titi two two hundred thous rri rjv t anti fourteen millon pounds f rested are required Almost were spent in x tae re t steel that are i2ii r combined to produce this mar r of i The old bridge which has at tnctel sihr seers of every nation is coismicteJ of iron in weight onefour th as massive as the steel of which the new brhVe is being made On ac ivuiU of he superior material of the IIP v it will have about five ton s tfce sustaining power of the old o From te top of the rails of the new to the water in the river v in distance is 315 feet It will qur 140000 pounds of steel rails M cl 2000 build the double tract the bridge which is 1223 feet ii of people are now b iy to the scene to witness hiiidi of i structure the like cf wvkii txi nowhere else in the v continent and it is ti Mi list this marvelous handiwork jf man shuhl have as its setting a is unrivaled in natural iify and charm Picturesque Kentucky river with ttJvering cliff lifting themselves rare than three hundred feet above bs watir Hue arc in full view from train while passing over the this point the winding stream has de miuated by tourists of all countries at the Switzerland of the iVesteni Hemisphere The wouder ul height and powerful strength of he conrectipg link of steel may be trained elsewhere but the amazing icture which nature has painted for background can never be approach id in the cutayory of human achieve Bents Cant Beat Helm One of the best speeches of the cam that we have seen is by Con ressman Harvey Helm of the Eighth istrict He presents facts and figures o gracefully that the wayfaring man hough a fool must be attracted by hem In addition to his argument ie makes a good deal of Can and his sattelites that Champ having promised him to him preside occasionally when he selected speaker the greatest delight f his congressional life will be when o presiding to say when Mr Cannon rises and addresses the chair The from lllionis is ler That may be fun for Helm will be wormwood and gall for the Czar who shorn of power will prob bly pine away and die By the way Ir Helm one nominee of rke Republican party cold feet and other having been nominated by com nitte out of form the pros sect is that hi 1600 and over majority if two years ago may be increased to 1500 Lexington Herald Saved An Iowa Mays Life The very seemed to yawn be ore Robert Madsen of West Burliog on Iowa when after seven weeks in hospital four of the best physic uns gave him up Then was shown marvelous curative power of Elec Tic Bitters For after eight months f suffering from liver trou ble and yellow jaundice getting no help from other remedies or doctors ive bottles of this matchless medicine cured him Its positively guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kid iey troubles and never disappoints Dnly 50c at R E McRoberts Son 1m I J I local Iud r if mitt j e ite stand I l our O steel manufactur- i sections n p A and nre brieb ics t ac h tl rae tit Hi ape r its the the non anasays Clark let gentleman not hasgiven the the grave the the frightful t subject intoxicant x csut paid wit def t i Brig in years via l Tito St rust tt CII i Thru ands t ect nJ tri Anitr can i at bridg- ett teen sign Inor butt t3 a j I 0jT 0q lC n 8 IE U 1 r Jr s i Vii 1 f im l- S II T IfS O 1 V 137 M E r SI HEATER MADE Come and we will show you BROS 0 C0 s 0j F A F L U rd Sl tJ 2Ii l tcorV1oi j J ViIl l lfiIA 1bJ IIL BEST i whys iFl FOR 30 DAYS we will sell the at 28 12cts KOKOMOWire W J ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky We pack our jilen Lily and White flouse in 24 trail 4Spound bags antI in barrels Ask grocer for the size you want youll get it PHONE Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER KENTUCKY Subscribe For The Record Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a da- yS V MOSS 3 J J ill111111111111111111 I i i 4 i i I I h t I i 47 S S I t It IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII tf t ijl i Ft I bone J 1 a aa J J your y- NM NON rf c 4 I90- r it r 4k- w CENTRAL RECORD pMCtt TOKLY ILM A JLE GREEN OIAV WAUCEB Crter Mvmtor Ky PI M AsMeiatl E4Mh Dtetriet Piihltohars For Proofed wrf City O o t 500 For Count Offices 1000 For State and District Ofices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications the Inter est of individuals expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS Harvey Helm ot Lincoln County ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hop Charles A Hardin a candidate foi Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial at the November election 1911 subject to the action of the party re JIIM OJrec Lr Clue Las 4 Fr tJeaI District Democrat- Ic lecoRPOiTED wrM m M Iasrler s- a iii it YiMer and Lass bt Ilan Nvn bt i m- Raas M e Democratic Ticket HARVEY HELM The democrats are receiving good news from all puts of this great Uni ted States State the Courier oumals correspondents M r Watterson and Mr say Dix for Governor is a sure winner and the only question is bow much his plurality will be Good news also coses from Ohio Connecticut Mass achusetts and many of the other dou btful states Only a few store days left and election day Is here and all good denocrats will have the chance to again honor the popular Harvey Helm roll up for him a majority that will not be forgotten in the corn lag year We ask of every Democrat la the district that they vote and take an interest in the affairs of their Country If every democrat should think Oh Well Harvey Helm is safe so I wont have time to go to the poles today then tbe Republican candidate would be sure to win and be would count in congress for the democrats have a good chance to a majority but one or two has a chance to a full democratic representative in Coo areas with the possible exception of the bloody eleventh and even ip this republican district the people are hop eful of defeating Caleb Powers the aaaa who was charged with tbe saur ter of Gov Gobel and who was thrice convicted and finally pardoned by a republican Governor Let us urge again for the nut time Rot to let anything keep you a from the pjles on next Tuesday Be on baad early and pat your for Harvey Helm and use your until lag effort to see that your democratic eigbbor is there also We suppose that from time immem orial smuggling bas been practised about as generally as the chance would allow aad people have insisted on re garding it as a venial offense to cheat tbe government We a bad enough condition now bat there bw been a decided improvemeat in public since highway robbery and hoc caneering and slavestealing were thought ao more disreputable than amaggliagordodglag taxes la sow Itappears that we may be indebted to the Secretary of the Treasury aad particularly to Collector Loeb for a sew stiffening of the public COB science on smuggling The public at teattoa was sharply called to this of fie agaiast patriotism by the Indict of the Sugar Trust thieves later the exposure of women smug glen ami later still of the art sealers Urge amber of other Importers are ceafeasing their effenar to pay up their thefts muiOBly be left oiherwiee Let it act be thought that ia the pricklags of loaecience that a vedtetarted them tat tie tear of evea fear of the law w BO small desires Mi thow who that confess come to we that it N wrong aad dmjrracafal to rob the aatloB We lotk a clearer cease of the oUigatlM to obey the Jaw of tile whisk civic rightinaaaiai Of all af thai pear Ho IBM Ned TIeS In NewYurk Stealy and have have you waj r Jq Ger urals seat nil Day And sow a If I discovery and lass I etII J JUwr I e I t r tha Kentucky tot big Ti have Mss ssi titi peace t palahmest Tai for stem Labstt fstie ens Jsrrsr st ws- d aN 1N View but coatem hit the future The annual death tile leaves and lowers sad their anna ml reeurectkm Uacn beautiful lesson What M more rtcnlf tastroctlve ttaa the Terdure of spring field and foratt muitled with emerald la April whit eoed with blossoms ID May and June waken all that is noblest ami best in our natures The rich summer beau ty the luxuriance of the harvest the brilliancy uf autumn inspire us with richer and riper thoughts Tbe whole is a continuous feast that we trvto share with our friends The saddest of tbe year to a lov er of lowers Is one that succeeds a bard frost A thousands attachments are severed in a few hours The wild erness that bad blossomed as tbe rose has become a blackened sepulchre at the touch of the Icy lips of King Frost But we have only to wait a few more months and we hail once more the vernal spring for ftis only through death that we live again There are a multitude of blessings for every sor The regular monthly Council will be on next Monday night at p m Some important business matters will come up so every one Is invited to be on band We that a telephone franchise will be introduced and if it meets the of the Council it will be Everyone should be on hand es peclally the people who have phones and live outside the City limits 3ov Wilson who pardoned Caleb Powers and made it possible for him to go to Congress got what was com ing to him him the other day at Som erset Less than 100 people heard him make his muck advertised peecb It was a frost and shows the thrice convicted man Caleb Powers may not get Into the halls of congress even though be did defeat Don C Edwards Cast your vote for the peoples choice tbe Hon Harvey Helm Next Tues day is the day so be at the poles early and bring your democratic neighbors Tbe report for the second month shows the largest honor roll we have ever recorded Thework of the school has been excellent Three grades tbe first tbe tenth and tile twelfth have nil been on time every day and thus have earned their halt holiday Two other grades have only one tardy mark against them Following is the Boll of Honor Primer grade Lnla Ruth Austin Bland Mattie Lee Cox Gertrude Conn Eugenia Danlap Judith Daniels Johnetta Farra Fray cis Grant Jane Haselden Cecil Henry Annie Fay King George Lawson Le Rebekah Siler Eliza beth Terrill John William Tinder Hoary Clay Vickers First grade Christine Brown Stel la Brown Lucile Ballon EHsha Car rler Lawrence Dlckeraon Sallie Crooke Gregory Porter Hudson Bob ert Hagan Minnie Jennings Ida liar pby Elizabeth Voss Ezra Pollard William Partin Bettie Walker Robinson BnssellSanford Isabella TerrilL Second grade Josephine Bornside Stella Henry Martha Sweeney Minnie Coon LilliaaYatea Sae Fish er Bespess Tbelma Hamilton Mitch ell Finder Bradford Williams Weal Elmore Isabel Sanford Mary Brown Third grade Carrie Bell Romans George Swinebroad Margaiet Cook Clayton Morrow Bowman Grant Champ Anna Pearl Dickerson Joe Ballon Hudson Frls bie Maud Conn Claude Conn Kath leen Bratton Mary Minnie May Robinson Willie Christine San tiers Coleman Arnold fourth grade John Harvey Sates Robinson Cook Mildred Beasley An nie Reid JamesSlier Val Cook Wil ma Henry Elmer Boyle Jessie Austin Mamie Williford Bath Carrier Glad ys Frisbie Ralph Meadows Mary Lee Lear Josses Tinder Fifth grade Georgia Moss Charlie Elmore Lucy Pollard Sallie Cox Cox Will Bice Anton Woedrufl Williams Yanetta Spoonamore Vary Owsley Willie Kavanaugb Annie Powell Alice Blgney Julian Ander son Harry Brown Sixth grade Katberlne Bourne Dalton Bleb Susie Cora Joe West Bert Emory Seventh grade Mae Powell Ora Pravtber Jane Ferrill Carrie Reid Florence Johnson Allen Johnson Johnston Oracle Man Cockran Eighth grade Jennie Cox Bessie Cox Stella Sanders Elma Singleton Elizabeth Ford Wood Wilmot Jen nie Lawrence Helen Robinson Viola Tribble Ninth grade Aetna Mary Johnston Marie Ballard Elisabeth Collier Lucian Grant Patsy Kinaaird Bernie Lear Ector Lawson William Mason Georgia Sanford Helen Youag Bessie Brown Mamie Calllco Mary Holtzclaw Cora Perkins Mary Clay Williams Tenth grade Fraak TiBder Adam Maggie Brow claw Eleventh grade Charles Dmaa Cur ry Robiaeoo Toe High School has bees divided latefour groopsaach of which gives a literary aad musical program ere Fri sap afteraooB IB each math The ratof these program was restored last Friday afteraoon at three oclock The friends of tile school are cordially Invited to be aressat at these scar These froaps will also compete vsaai which to the gw p whose BBla iaf shall have bees r f rj r of row 730 approval that SrJI XIM Anderson- t suns Osborne Middleton enl Bernice Adam Paler cad Mattie lair wII f tile 1TIClIIt j 1 11ll Ii aY the twcCeettot hummer day meeting understand granted Boris l Sea1 Ward Britton Yore Nellie HateHotta elw bas this medal will go to best pupil of the winning group Already much enthu slum has been manifested In tbe con test In a contest of this kind every that his indi efforts may contribute to the of his associates though he may not win the prize for himself D W Bridges Supt They burled Senator Dolliver last week at bis old home in Iowa Ten thousand peoplefollowed the remains to tbe grave But that was not the end of Dolliver On the 13th of last June he made what proved to be his final speech in tbe Senate It was a solemn of the protected interests which have proved themselves powerful en ough to control Congress intimidate the President and ostracize the few Republicans who defied them That speech lives and today Is in the bands of millions We quote of its para graphs How long does tbe Senate of the United Statespropose that these great interests affecting every man woman and child in the nation shall be man aged with brutal tyranny without de bate and without knowledge and with out explanation by the very people that are 2ngaged in monopolizing tbe great industries of the world that propose to impose intolerable burdens upon the market place of our country So far as I am concerned I am through with it I intend to it but I intend to fight it as a Republi can and as an American cltzien 1 do not propose that the remaining years of my life whether they be in public affairs or In my private business shall be given up to a dull consent of the success of all these conspiracies which do not hesitate before our very eyes to use the lawmaking power of the United States to multiply their own wealth and to tin the market places with witnesses of their avarice ud of their greed Do tbe people of New York note the fact that so far as Mr Roosevelt and Mr Stimson are concerned this Brutal tyranny is still without debate and and without knowledge an without York World General News Tbe Democratic State committee of New York has Issued a statement at tacking Col Roosevelts labor record The shortage In the crop of French grown wheat this year is estimated in a report to the United States Giver ment bv rorsul Hunter Sharp of Lyon at 35000000 bushels He adds that the French are looking to Argen tins with the hope that the large crop there will lower the price of wheat throughout the world The Customs Court decided to assess moving picture fims from Europe as photographs and not as celluloid thereby reducing the duty to 25 ad oalorem In a speech in New York City last week Senator Boot made a pka for election of the Republican ticket Be said defeat would mean a blow to the Republican administration and Tafts chances for renomination in 1612 He said Col Roosevelt was not an issue in the campaign as he has nothing to lose The last Kentucky State Fair a profit of over 20000 all of which will Oe applied on a debt amounting to more than that sum The attendance broke all records for that institution AD American loan of 5000000 to tbe Chinese Goverment bas been con summated at New York Miss Georgia Vermillion of Dan ville and Mr Rowland Bishop of Hustonville were married in Jellico last Sunday morning United States District Judge McCall at Memphis dissolved the injunction issued by him several days ago the sale of Intoxicating liquors by 114 saloons of that city Judge McCall in dismissing the in junction declared tbe Federal Court bad no jurisdiction case The Saloons immediately opened for busi ness after tbe decision was announced At the next session of Congress President Taft will recommend that the postage rates on magazines and periodicals be changed The adver tising pages and reading matter will be seperated and a higher rate charged on advertising portions Newspapers will not be affected by the proposed Three thousand eight hundred and four persons were killed and 82374 were injured in tbe United States during the year ended July 30 Capt Robert E Peary will return to active duty in tbe Navy Department November 9 as an engineer expert for the Department of Justice before the Court of Claims The Interstate Commerce Commls Lion gave a decision holding that bread should be shipped at a lower freight rate than cake one being a necessity and the other a luxury The Treasury report for the of Oetofedr shows a delcieney of 3 363862 in ordinary operations the Panama Canal expenses not being counted in The cost of work on the casa addtd to this makes a total short age for the Month of 5285083 ITCWM SKIN UKASES An eared by ZEMO efeai liquid for external use ZEMO draws them leaving a aad cures every Writ far 14 W s lItdisiMCfclt U LLI f tacieDt J made to see rid1 Of DtliYer two fight explanationNew percent netted in the measure month dtlaefrtozfn to the ud CIaper 1 k success Tic tivigVoice Indictment yesterday prohibiting a surface destroys Feral Ii v 4 Way I Harriet had a temper Harriet was given to sudden quarrelsome freaks both upsetting and Har riet made bread like unto feathers and her coffee was nectar Also it was easier for the Bowencotts to endure Harriets disposition as she choso to vent her temper on Lorena Lorena was the nursemaid a quiet little creature with pathetic eyes and an inability to harbor resentment Mrs Bowencott looked on helplessly as she heard Harriet order bully and tyrannize and saw Lorena meekly but she did not attempt to inter fere except indirectly She had kept house three years and had learned to ignore family rows in the kitchen Only she wondered at Lorenas pa tience and longsuffering and she won ders the more that Harriet was not touched by it Instead it seemed to incite her to fresh unkindnesses There was a curve to Harriets lips that was cruel in spite of their red ness and a flash in her black eyes that was a danger signal to those who knew her At times she seemed possessed of a demon of rage that shook her through and then it was that Lorena suffered She was one of thoso who are at violence and who shrink at a scene so almost tremblingly she would do part of Harriets work for her the baby permitting take her scoldings apologetically and general ly reef sail under the storm when Harriet was flying about the kitchen with crimson cheeks and glowering browsHarriet nagged as well as scolded found fault unjustly and under Lor enas longsuffering developed traits which would have done credit to a slave driver When she could Lorena to tears Harriet became almost mild In her pleasure For a week Lorena had been going about her duties paler and quieter than usual and Mrs Bowencott plucked up courage and politely with Harriet Why do you treat her so she ended rather shakily for Mrs Bowencott too it may be confessed was afraid of a sceneHarriet leaned against the kitchen table and frowned She seemed to be tying to formulate a reason for her own enlightenment as well as her questioners I dunno she said at last She just aggravates me She just looks at yeh as though she to get bit and that makes me want she is so little and thin she hadnt ought to work anyhow I guess I just hate her I dont like to see her around I Mrs Bowencott retired from the conflict routed She could not make Barriet out Her remarks seemed contradictoryThat lorena went across the city to see her mother and did not come back in the morning The very good reason was the Bowencotts found by dint of telephoning that Lor ena had become so ill when she reached home that the doctor had bundled her off to the hospital at Bowencott dreaded to tell Har riet the news She was fond of her little nurse girl and could not bear to see Harriet when she found Lorena was at last removed from her path And Harriet was too frank to pretend any sorrow she was far from feeling It certainly seemed that fate was play Ing into Harriets hands She was washing dishes when Mrs Bowencott told her the news severely too In a faint lingering hope of making her ashamed of the way she had treated Lorena Humph growled Harriet her dishwashing jauntily Mrs Bowencott yearned to her on the spot but remem bered the coffee and refrained however she declared Harriet to be unregenerate and quite heart lessThat evening Mrs Bowencott dis cussed the situation with her husband Its too bad but Ill have to get nurse girl she said It will be weeks before Lorena can come back Harriet was straightening the dining room and parted the portieres fierce ly She looked as wrathful as she had ever looked at Lorena and she breathed hard Youd never be that she cried Why this is like home to her so fond of the baby and just die 1 she cant come back here It wont be many weeks and Ill be willing to help yeh take care of the wont seem natural not to have Lo rena here Teh wont be getting an other girl If you could see how white she is asked Mrs Bow encott in surprise When did you see her I went to the hospital this quavered Harriet dissolving Into tears to take her some ffflow era Shes awffful sick Shes too thin and little to always makes me mad and I want to take it out on some one when I think of It Say Mrs Bowencott youll keep her place for her if I help Certainly I will said Mrs Bowen cott In fervor that was threequarters bewilderment But somehow she felt she had a comprehended the enigma of Harriet And she fore saw peace when Lorena once more came back to take up her work As to the Sun To what group If the sun we do not yet know but Delau ney has presented reasons for think ing that those stars whose distances have been measured is to say those which are nearest to us group themselves around Sfrlus the dog star to a manner to that in which the Inner planets are grouped around the sun If this is correct Sirius may possibly be the master sun of which our orb ef day Is a distant satellite Harpers Weekly J t I annoyingbut submit reduce expected toand onceMrs somewhat resuming discharge Mentally another doing Lorenaand allshell babywhy- It WhoLorena afternoon workit clueshe that IJ I arises 4i appalled remonstrated any belongs similar mss 1 s a t s tsy GreaterBeauty Tone with use in of tops 8tfWHILE quite the contrary is true of most pianos We are all familiar with the piano that develops a metallic tone after a few years use You dont want that kind You want one that your children and grandchildren will enjoy as well as give you pleasure for a lifetime The children cant practice away its marvelous beauty oftone because it is the permanent result of careful plan ning and construction Not the transient satisfaction of some tone regulators doctoring When you own an Ellington Piano you can be sure that even greater beauty of tone will be revealed with use than that which first appealed to you Free beginning today the Ellington Intermezzo TwoStep a beautiful selec tion full sheet music size If not con venient to call fill out and mail the coupon c i I F O HURT Send me a copy of the Ellington Intermezzo TwoStep as offered in your J advertisement Name Address11 If possible us below the name of someone you think suocd a new piano or wants a player piano Your name will not be used Name Address T P give Lave WILL PROMOTE BEAm Wnrven desiring beauty Ret help from Bucklens Arnica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions sores and boils It makes tbe skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures sore eves cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever surfS cuts bruises and piles 25c at R E McRnberts 1m YANT8VILLB Mr and Mrs Frank Campbell and daughter Fvelyn of Danville were weekend guests of Mrs J C Wil Mr George of Lex ington was with relatives from Fri day uutil Sunday and attended tbe of Miss Leavy Dunn Mrs Francis Christopher and son of Somerset have returned home after a short stay with her fath er and sisters Miss Kate Patten will leave shortly for a protracted visit to relatives In TexasMr and Mrs Jotm Smith of Dan ville were mingling with friends here MondayMrs Miss Emma Craw ford have returned to their homes in Jackson after a visit to Mw G B Rose and other relatives in the com munityMiss Perkins of Middlesbo ro is the pleasant guest of her cousin Miss Francis Tomlinson Miss Tomlinson entertained a few of her friends at a Halloween party Monday evening in honor of her guest Miss Perkins The sale of Miss Leavy Dunn was well attended Everything sold well I Young Girls just entering into womanhood often suffer much pain and i misery during change of organizationMany their female trouble started during that trying period and has clung to thorn ever since Cardui is a friend to young girls as welt as to women o all ages It has been to help women during trying periods by relieving pain and restoring organs to health wonderful I I lams flit ale and the B i ginbotbam Logan i fount the i dlaordeas Take CARDU Mrs Mary Hudson man Miss writes Wbife staying with me and going te school my young sfcterwxsift terrible misery I got her to take a few doses of CARDUIi and it helped her at I have taken Cardui my self and believe I would have been under the clay hid It not been for that medi due Try CarduL It wit help you For sale E 4t Fast once t yam y that it is my purpose t o carry every thing in the 8 I Dont Forget 1 INSURED YOUR TOBACCO I BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH I If MASELiii Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 A I i tl e KODAK LINE Come in and I will show you John M McRoberts iiJijgLilJijglgm i SELL YOUR TOBACCO We will pay highest market price at all times either at Paint Lick or Stanford W P DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO Residence Phone 199 Stanford Kentucky Subscribe for The Record WantedLadies to mow they can get SAMPLES and ESTIMATES on their Fall md Winter Gowns t by writing at once to MISS R J OWENS i I gujjrante e perfect fit situ correct measures we seat aim 1 stylish up tod Respectfully j cTVUSS R J OWENS 444 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky KINCAID l fi II Deliver t f F I I o the People OF Garrard County and Surrounding Whereas we regard it our duty to express our sincere gratitude to the many people who cheerfully re sponded to our Money Saving Sale We owe thanks to the entire community which has helped and with us in launching one of the most successful business enterprises ever attempted It has been left to the people and not to us as to whether our methods in distributing bargains are the right methods and the fact that every day since our sale opened business has been done It is the talk of the town the way this immense carnival of value giving has excelled any mercantile event Ten hustling busy days have passed FULL OF LIFE FULL OF BARGAINS FULL OF SATISFACTION but now comes the most stupendous the crowning of these ten extraordinary days the last and the best The best indeed as we have been preparing for these days saving the best reductions making additional reductions and impossible as it miy seem to those acquainted with the great bargains offered during the past ten days So far will these 1O banner days excel anything ever set forth It is rediculous to think that you can secure the values that we shall offer at even almost twice the price elsewhere The worst about such a statement as this is that every store says the same thing and nobody pays attention to it in consequence What form of words can we use to convince you we mean every word of our claim HONESTLY EARNESTLY and LITERALLY If this is all true its important to you compare the values that we offer with others judge for yourself you must and will recognize the truth 7 i j J 0 I 1 Ten More Days f J J II f y t w- Ztsaa1L fr Logans Sale on- tjflues cooperated i h A Mens Clothing The largest sensational Clothing war Lancaster has ever known Ul tra fashionable nobby Clothing of the highest grade tailor makes forced on the market to be sold for prices less than these garments could be manufactured for Scan these and then come to inspect this highgrade stock of clothing of all tie best standard makes Then and only then can you test the truth and veracity of these state ments 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 800 A fine suit of clothes all to made up in the best wool material homespun worsted and tures this suit is positively worth S800 or your money refunded during this public sale price now 298 457 For Suits Worth jOO Mens suits that are the peer of any clothing you see elsewhere marked at prices to sell for 1000 a mar vel 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 this sale price now 457 Y I Scotchmix anytime prices purchase 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 098 148 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 from the ordinary factory made they are smart and full of formerly sale price 198 248 For mens Pants Worth 450 Trousers strictly tailormade showing fit style and effect fineness ofwork that you could not duplicate even for the regular price these highly tailored trousers sold forpos itively these values were formerly 450 come and select your fit and style at this sale now 248 50Good tailored 200 350Mens I distinguished exclusiveness sold regularfor350 chevi- ots demand different 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 eyes of every of dress beauty and end less variation of excellent styles that reflect charming and truth elegancy are positive 1800 values come and pick your choir at this sale price now 1198 ShoeDepartment Work Shoes 96cts all sizes Work Shoes 128 all sizes Work Shoes 196 2128 Veda high top work shoes 196 Dress Shoes WalkOver 350 shoe going for 296 400 shoes 325 Rorsheira shoes 500 and 600 grade lane 425 Childrens Shoes Childrens 75c tad 100 shoes at 48cts Boys shoes worth 175 and 200 96cts Boys school shoes regular 250 the individualityI 248 I lat connoisseur Q88348398 for going STOCK MUST BE SOLD AND TURNED INTO CASH Read This Guarantee W the undersigned hereby agree to refund any purchasers their any merchandise bought during this sale for any reaso wkatsoeverif 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 type of Bargain Sensational Sales This stock must be sold and turned into cash Come here avail yourself of this opportunity moneyon dissatisfiedor madeI J Dont stay away Bargains are plentiful You save mon ey on every article Nov 2nd to Nov 12th purchased 4 r 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 hi 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 648 S869 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 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 S1350 public sale price now 869 1146 for mens Suits Worth 11800 The swellest and nobbiest combination of style and skill that the products hi 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 I I I entirely salenow I I I I I i I Mens Craven ettes Raincoats and Overcoats 498 For Mens Overcoats Worth 1000 Light 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 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 1500 The swellest front Overcoat of style you could expect to buy regular for no less than 1500 else where 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 1800 If you have been used to wearing fine tailored made custom Button 3 inch designs HTAll we ask is for you to come to our store and test our claim then tellyour friendsr r c r c They will thank you OG AN r L M II 1 value for 148 One lot of odds and ends special 25cts One lots of odds and ends special at 50cts Ladies fine shoes regular 200 and 250 grades going for 148 All leathers in Ladies fine 359 and 400 grades sale price 296 Hats Stetson now 96 Swan Hats 250 and 300 grades sale price 198 Swan 350 hat going at 248 Furnishings ion handkerchiefs 2cts 15c handkerchiefs Gets 25e grade going at 14cts Heavy Soxs Sets Black and Tan Soxs 15c value for Gets 25c value hose all colors 13cts 35 and 50C values for 22cts Fleece lined undershirts and drawers 50 and 75c value per only 37c Wrights Health underwear 100 and 150 value only 87cts Coopers Balbriganunderwear 100 and 150 per garment 88cts Royal Silk Plush 150 grade for96c Union Suits 250 and 3 H grades going for 177 Working shirts 50 and 75ct value going 39cts J B 500 grade fens garment far If ypu have not attended be sure and come one of the remaining days Bargains galore Nov 2nd to Nov 12th 4-W o i I 1 Jersey Bull Ilcoiy Simpson 88421 Season 1910 J w s WEE N E Y H J TINSLEY Surveyor PHONE Office over F G lIurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky T ING LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him W cry your sales Best of references n L9 3E9J Count 3J w Auctioneel J5 W Morrow Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed M K DennyI 1I DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds JHIHuery H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky ui tf BE Win BURNETT Plwsican and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers- of QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Or J B Kinnaird Physican aid Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave Ik Tw Wife ers h Tm See the tall sign side of Public Square M J E Robinson LAWYEt ml CMJNH ATTHNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed LOOK AND LISTEN- For UpToDate Hair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS GO TO HENRY DUNCANS BARBER Snor ON RICHMOND STREET Office Hours Office over 8 AB to 22 1 pm to 4 Stormes Drag star DENTIST Lancaster Ky I have just opt up a new clean Barber Shop oa Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my eMs to call and see me Clean Tools SfaipRazon Owe Attention JOHN DUNCAN I I IJu I I J J only North j B F i 65 1 I uoo o HOUSE- s M Faulkner SALTER Plow s MARKSBUKv Mr William sold an aged mule for 100 also a weanling for 72 The Juveuile Music Club will a progam at Miss Dunns school Nov 11 Miss Edna BarMe who is president will arrange the program Miss KaiiCy Wood is secretay of the clubMr WT Bobbit of Nebraska has been visiting Mr William Dousing Mr and Ms Walls of Texas have been visiting Mrand Mrs William Broadt Rod Swope lies just concluded a visit Mrs Altia Chris tjpher of Mickville Mr and Mrs Malcomb Aldridge have been recent visitors at Lex ingtonMiss Moors gave an ice cream supper at Mason school house 12 CO was realized Master Leonard Pollard has been quite sick for several days Mrs Blank and daughter Annie Mr Poynter and family were visiting SKIN AFFECTIONS Whether Oi Infant Or Grown Person Cared By Zemo And Zecio Soap An Unusual Offer The R E McRoberts Son says to every person be it man woman or child who has an irritated under or itching skin to come to our store and procure bi the of ZEMO and a cake of ZEMO Soup and if you are not entirely satisfied with results come back and yet your money So confident are we of the ellieacy of this clean simple treatment that we make you this unusual IFe- rZE5O is a clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of cz nia pimples dandruff and other forms nf skin eruption ZEMQ anti ZE51O soap are the most economical as well as the cleanest and most effec ive treatment for atiecJijns uf the or scalp whether on infant or grown person In Is Earths Most Beautiful Object The Favorite Tonic for Women Makes it Possible GET A BOTTLE TODAY Price 100 SOLD 8V F P Frisbie POSTEDThe undersigned nereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jim M Farra Squire B Parsons W S Ferguson Ed If B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson B C Arnold W G Anderson H C Hamilton- L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn- I G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr W Burnett O G Gav EXCURSiSN eo Broadus Mrs to tier inter 2 a Mrs P carryout Drug- Store skit yu M inri S Q15 CINCINNATI AND RETURN QU EiN C ES NJ ROUTE t SUNDAY Nov 6 SPECIAL TRAIN IV By It lctir 556A N MERIT FM PAliiaILABs near Hubble Sunday Miss Georgia Dunn accompanied by Miss Elizabeth Simpson sev eral days at Frankfort last week Miss Georgia was there in the interest Of prison work Misses Add and Carrie Arnold att Bible Parliament Tuesday afcLexington Teachers course at Grove church is said to be doing splendid work under the direction of Miss Can ie Arnold Bob Rout sold lot of 150 pound shunts it 8i cts Will Rubles bought at the sale of Miss Levey Dunn two yearling cols for 150 each Dr Porter of Lexington will lecture at the Fork church next Thursday night Nov iotli at 70 under the auspices of the Ladies Working Soc iety Subject Fools Price of ad mission 25 cents Dr Porter needs no introduction to the public as he is wijlelv known as Editor of Western Record as a lecturer and is one of the leading Baptist cf the South You will miss a treat if you fail to hear him Every body invited to come CATARRH SUFFERERS Good Thing To Know How To Get In stant Relief If you now own a Hyomei hard inhaler R E Mcltoberts Son wants you to know that they will sell you a bottle of 11YOMEL for only 50 cent Remember this all who suffer with catarrh a bottle of I1YOMEI pro nounce it is put up in a separate package and sod for 50 cents to acconudate the vast army of peo pie who already own a Hyomei inhaler R E will sell it to you at that price and give you the opportunity td begin at once to rid yourself of vile catarrh and the snifll ing hawking and spitting that go with it Many people through years of upon them Some of these people think that one bottle of FIYOMEI ought to cure them They do not stop to think that a din eased condition that is the rcsut of negligence cannot be overcome in a weekNo matter how chromic your catarrh troubles ifYOMEl is guaranteed by E McRoberts Son tj cure them you give it half a chance Just cache it thats all and its healing hjuthing antiseptic properties will make you feel better in a day If you own an inhaler get a 50 cent bottle of HYOMEI at R E McRob erts Son today If you do not own a I1YOMEI inhaler ask for a ou fit which consists of an inha ler a of HYOMEI and simple instructions for use This complete costs 100 but you then have an inhaler that will last a lifetime 1m TEATEKSYILLE Miss Mary Stillobower been the recent guest of her cousin Mrs Bert Moberly of Madison county and services at Gilead Mr Miller and family are visiting relatives in Jessiinine county Mr Charlie Cotton and family also Mr Dave Long and family of this place have been attending protracted meeting at Gilead must attentively MKs Texie Agee spent from untill Thursday with friends in congregation assembled at the waters of Paint Lick creek near Bradshaw mill for the purpose of an other baptism Sunday There were eighteen they proceeded from there tj Gilead where they were gladly recieved in fellowship of the church CATARRH Cured By The Marvel OfThe Century B B BTested For 30 Years Hawking Spitting Foul Breath dis charges of yellow matter permanently cured with ingredients To prove it we will send you a TREATMENT FREE CATARRH ISNOFONLY but it ulcerations death and decay of bones kills ambi tion often causes lossof appetite and reaches to general debility idiocy and insanity It needs attention at once Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B It Is a quick radical per manent cure because it rids the sys tem of the poison germs that cause catarrh At the same time Blood Balm B B B purifies the blood does away every system of catarrh B B B sends a tingling flood of warm rich pure blood direct to the paralized nerves and parts affected by catarrhal poison giving warmth and strength just where it is needed and in this way making a perfect lasting cure of catarrh in all its forms Druggist Tr by express 1 00 per large bottle wit h directions for home cure Sampesent tree by writing Blood Balm Co Ga Describe your trouble and free medical advice liven F P Frisbie im FARM FOR SALE I am offering for sale prtvatelvmy fatm of 10434 acres situated on the Walker turnpike one and one half miles from ManseKv This farm is improved and in high state of Has nearly nevi 5 room dwelling good Outbuildings two tr bacco barns hold 25 acref Plenty good stock watenand good cistern This is one of the best and productive farms in tire county and will sell at a bargain if sold in next 30 days t G P TerrilL Lancaster Ky f1 spent Trail I aa Son neglect let get a hold complete bolt Ie OUI tit ha attended Monday LancasterA pure B causes 1 I Atlanta cultivation Call r ended Pleasant rubber C flit hume McRubets have catrrh strung unreasonably C r con vertions tan eal SAMPLE DANGEROUS with Sold well must vn s PKEAtiHEKSVlLIjE E Cox sold 30 shoats to George at 8s Mr and Mrs A D Stevens were at Rowland Arch D Stevens sold a mule to J E Robinson for 55 T A Brentsold a good caster com t for 80 George Dyehoiise a cow of VT P Deshon for 22 Mrs Katie Fayife of Tupphanna was a here Sunday J T Rigsby sold 15 Heifers to J L IJnlohings of Royle at Mr Jesse Brown was visiting near Bee Lick last Sunday Marshall Newland sold a horse to Taylor Noe of Bryantsville for W C Cummins sold a mule at Lan caster court to Sam E Harris for S76 Mrs Mary Jane Hays is very ill of heart trouble at her home at Harmo ny MissElar of Griffin Station was a visitor of Mrs Meson Holtz clawRev J E Roberts was in his pulpit at the M E Church Sunday for the first time Miss Annie Bartles of Griffin Station was of Misses Croushoru at Goshen Mr and Mrs S D Carpenter gave a dining last Sunday to quite a crowd of heir friends Miss Sallie Coolev aged sixty five died last week of pheumonia at her home near here Mr David Adams and family who have beets so of typhoid fever are getting along fine Mr and Mrs K G Smith of near Walnut Flat were visiting Mr and Mrs J M Cress Sunday BD bought 3 cows of John Robinson of Crab Orchard for 63 00 at Lancaster court Mr and Mrs F L Cummins of Crab Orchard were the guests of Mrs Rebecca Pettus last Sunday Mr W P Deshon has been named as administrator of the estats of Mrs Mary Spratt recently deceased Mrs J C McClar of Stanford and her visitors Mrs Lauretta Hiatt of Broaduead were visiting Mrs J M CressMiss Emma Holtzdaw our school teacher was visiting her pupil Miss Alza McA lister ut her pretty Home near here Mrs Marinda Blankenship and sons masters Henry and Wiliam Blankenship were visiting there son and brother Fount Blankenship al StanfordThe pie supper was well at tended The sum of S2775 was The pie baked by Miss Emma Hollzclaw brought two dollars Jones Cress sold 16 heifers at Lan caster court at S3 40 and bought 30 200 pound hogs of Tom Yantis at some 1300 pound cattle of R L Hub tle at 5c Mr J F Mjser has bought the old Arnold farm near Paint Lick which contains 1G2 acres for about 5000 lie recently sold his place near here F Lawrence for 3750 Henry Blankenship one of the old est and most highly respected citizens of the Preachersville section died at the home of his daughter Mrs Nancy Morgan Monday afternoon of senility Mr Blankenship who was eighty four years of age at his dear h had hale and hearty up to the past few days prior to his illness lie was a pioneer citizen the type which one would do well to emulate lie is survived by eight chidren the o its of two of whom is not known Miss Kate Blankensbip and Mr Jos Blankenship left home time ago and none of their relatives know where they are or whether they are living or dead m rried or singe In addi tion to these deceased is survived by Messrs James and John Blankenship of Preacbcrsvilte Mrs John Kirby ot Lowell Mrs Woodward Lunsford and Mr Belle Burke of Stanford The funeral was held at the late res irlenca Tuesday afternoon Rev Owen of couducting the ser vice Bmiil at Crab Orchard Many Countries Speak Spanish Spanish is the official language of 22 nations or states ANSWERS EVERY CALL Lancaster People have Found That This Is True A cold a strain a sudden wrench- A little cause may hurt the kidneys Spells of headache often follow Or some irregularity of the A certain remedy for such attacks- A medicine that answers call Is Doans Kidney Pills a true spec ific Thousands of people rely upon it Here is one case Simeon Raines carpenter E Main St Stanford Ky says Some ago I used Doaus Kidney Pills with good results In 1900 1 met with an accident which brought on a of kidney complaint I sufficiently so that I could work but my back remained very weak When doing anything that required stooping rnybac became very lame and painful Remembering what Doans Kidney Pills had done forme previously a box and they gave me great relief Doans Kidney Pills have my highest endorsement For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States name Doans and take no 1m Sutton mule at Lan bought visitor 360 115 Bar le aguest ill Ho1tz law Ste and whereat Preachersville 4 urine gears recurrence Remember the c visiting relatives little realized S to- M remained cf some every recovered other S loo You say elder bloom sweet I love minds me eo f things things maybe I hid b Uer forget Its hard loving and log just through pMie prk7e If I ra1 Ictvc vi but nt tvoirty you beak e yiMrs of your own v ay Jean I v s twenty only by the the Lt Bible where all our agei s t down Ho would have it i j that I was just abort seven Fist ha thought I was old enough to himSomebody else thought so too1 Al len Waite the squires lame son We had gone to school together J 1 three John had always fcel ed i and off his pony and in ilu 3 t had often come my way to mako things a little rasfer for him A 1 lad he was in spite of being so spoiledIt his people terrible to have their only child a cripple He had been born straight and lusty as bodys child it was a that gnva him the withered leg anti tvis r foot Except for them he was fns and well made wtb a face like picture Put some way Th n I looked at him Toms face always came between a rey haest face with the kindest brown eyes to light it I loved John ell the way all from spelling books yet he never eared for me except as a lit e girl until I was rlsn AH at once it to hm that lw couldnt live without me He toM me so tight a a3 If joy ever feillecl I sfconlSnt be living Put came in the foolishness I torraeate myself wondering if be bad not sensed how I loved him and bad come to me out of pity So I buog back He was patient enough with sue too patient for our good until AJlea Waite began liannting me and say Ing everywhere I was the beauty of the country It was truth though all along until I was full grown Id been called Rid cr B 11 By Uianu Is L itit boo v o t m y 11 Ion g an good lon I came no here Martha sire rflocIiil sid re T sadly fever a e r net en Allan Came Spurring Over almost ugly a tearing tomboy aP frowsy and freckled who cared nc more for frocks than to have tLeri whole and clean and had rather pla hopscotch and ride races the colts than sit and sew or make puddings or darn stockingsAunt had charged all that she was my mothers sister and let me see she cared to have me look the lady Sly stepmother had not had until Aunt Jane came She made me dresses and brushed my hair till it was like spun gold and took off niy freckles with buttermilk and kept me it gloves till my hands were baby soft She was to blame for the boys both loving But they never held it against certainly I dent Its right down pitiful to think of a girl growing up and never knowing what it is to play the great game Love is the great game I had niy fill of It that summer twenty years back In the early June the elders all flowered the richest heaviest bloom I ever saw on them And there were such clumps of them all up and down our lane with wild in between and wild buckwheat and tangling everywhere I loved to walk there stopping whiles to bury my in the older 1 liked to pick the seemed a sort of Sacrilege the moon as they were in prime and John walked with me through its shining He lived a little itiy off and came almost The lane was our AuntJan had for a littlei while and my stepmother never opened the best room for anybody short of the ministerShe mean to bo only that she loved to know and hear all anybody said Sire could see us walking the lane length in the moonshine else she never have let me go She was all Xor Allen thinking so much of money as she did He came In the day time evenings his father wanted him to stay and talk ojer eases with him Allen had read law but never Truths Great Power He who has the truth in heart need never fear the want of sion on his tongue Ruskin SHALL WOMEN VOTE If did millini s would vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true dy for women For banishing dull fagged feelings backache or headache constipation dispellirg colds Impart ingappetite and toning up the system theyre nnrquared Easy B E McBoberts 1m It bar b con carednobody me herand climbing bloom never clustersit fun d refuge gone nt unkindit- was his persua rem at t 0 r 1 1gt patchwork pretty roses face every tohi away would they suite sure 25c Son Husband Will Be Uowiiiing go fnuk to JK ordinary four o o he v has as cd the r Hious bread cakes baked from f I T 114 to haver ou WHITE SWAN FLOUR Why nc a sack of It The result will please him and you too TIe cost of White Swan Flour is no more than that of common Four Try a sack your next order j Lancfst r Elevator and Flour Mills ALX WALKER Prop tr e1 t rfr J rr Aa1KvYiY iif l8 s sa r The At tractive Account count you will be pleased to find out ii Bank Vhn you stmt an ac j fi 1 I F a co ve ie ct it is to haze a safe place for your money and n v that you can get at It case you need at once J QARRARO BANK Sr TRUST CO I in i 1 i1 rq t d What i Of Lancaster Capita 50000 Surplus 520000 A I EXY resident J 8 STORIES Vice Prest- S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robiosoo Ant Crshr It T Ensrv Bookkeeper DIKIMlitf3- SanS D Cochran Ae R Denny A C R iiison John E Storm S C I nny J L Gill VI Williams 0 THE nK 7 0 NhoiA tt HUNTS Royal Blue Mattress r Guaranteed Twenty Years SANITARY box mat tress All erings may be unbuttoned removed and r A co I nritiitu statlmts sent to the laundry while spring in use I This is the latest and greatest achievement in bedding being durable luxurious and comfortable give a guarantee bond nigh every Royal Blue PoG HURT I L f i l rj iiTil TOURS iv TO PLORIDA iAND ALL gOUYnR J R SORTS1 0 SALe D remains We twentyyear c t T LETS t1Y t IIc Poti c3 on or r ClDlC L J 141 EH1 Kti rA FJIy vt p GOOD hST 1JG Uid iI1 MAY 211CII- t r i t rrat r t Amt LXGTOY J J WALanIIs Presided J S JoirssoK Vice Prest t ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIOKSY Asst Casbr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Jv WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Solicited rompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Johnson JJ Walker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnod i i ra J 5 J S B to t- rIx3 t Nsir f s t tret Plhs P IIudson s y I Store Leads UsualWe have received a second shipment of Ladies TailoredMadeSuits the latest models that are to be had and if you contemplate getting new Fall Suit you cannot afford to make your purchase until you have our line r a I T H E A C E IS- I AND t I Josephs AsI I a inspected The Joseph Mercantile Co I I sitPeopleI t t Hurt is in Stanford visit lug Mrs W B Curtis Mrs Jassss Conn is at home from a visit to Yrs Curtis of Stanford MsfiiBiss W B Mason and William B Danville Monday W JL Shagars Jr of Stanford bas been visiting Lancaster relatives Parks of Lexington is tbe guest of herfriend Miss Allene Bourne J C Rankin has moved to tbe new farm be just purcbased In this Mrs B 1 Walter is at home from a visit to Danville relatives and frIends Mrs George D Robinson and little son George D Jr were visitors Iu RicaBKmd last Saturday Mrs M D Lackey left Saturday for a visit to her cousin Yrs James W Carpenter of Richmond Henry Smith and George Phelps of Richmond were here Mon dayB L Walker of Nicholuville was a weekend guest of Mr and Mrs T B Walker Mrs John E Stormes Coving ton visiiiag her cousin Mrs Arthur HubbardMisses Mamie and Stella McWhor ter of Paint Lick were visitors here SaturdayMrs H Lane of Bona Vista is visit log her sister Mrs James I Hamilton Jasses B Walker of Richmond was j the guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs T B Walker Miss Chastine Rucker of Paint Lick was with Miss Helen Patterson Satur day aad Sunday- H Clay Kauffman and Miss Tom mie Francis were visitors in Danville tbe past week Mrs Laura Naylor of Buena Vista is with her niece Mrs James Ham ilton for a visit Miss Sallle Lou Myers is at home af ter a vibit of several days with rela tives in Danville Miss May Burgess entertained at a Halloween party Monday night at in Paint Lick Miss Lucile Lackey fjt North East Garrard Is tbe guest of ber cousin Miss Jennie Lackey Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton M of her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside Mrs Aaate Singleton to at home a visit to her brother Mr C K of Ml Sterling Jsage Wss Sbngars and daughter Lilly left Saturday for oils for a winters sojourn Mss R T Embry entertained at a at her hospitiable bosse In booor of few friends Mr adMrs WS Eoibry and Htlle son Yauti were in Lexingtoa this week for a stay of several days Mrs George Miller Lnsk is at home after a protracted visit to her slate Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville A CIKs iyThan Wc Ars i Sarah were In couut I lain I L herb pest after Old Mill six oclock Boer I lleelte il Ire and Scarp le 1 Mrs usok lair MessrP i th Indianap Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson were in Danville Tuesday B S Browm Is at home after a short stay in Cincinnati Dr Perry of Stanford was here Monday on business Misses Bella and Mary Arnold were in Lexington Tuesday W S Walker is in Lebanon for medical treatment J Raymond Haselden was in Dan ville Tuesday on business Alex Denny of Richmond was a in Lancaster Monday Malcom House was with friends in Palls the first of the week Miss Bessie Madison county visiting relatives Miss Wadie Lee Maret is in London visiting iiiss Pearl Hackney Miss Georgia Davis of Owensboro guest or Miss Miry Rankin Sue Anna Lear is with Mis Bes ale Gulley of McCreary for a visit Judge L L Walker is in Winches ter holding a special term of court I Mrs Ann Robertson is enjoying a visit to telatives iu Miami Missouri Mrs H Bau of Madtoou Ill is the guest of Squire Robert Boyle and fam ily Mr and Mrs Bohon Campbell of Stanford were with Mrs Joanna Ball SundayEarl Farra aud Joe Price have from a fishing trip in Rock castle couutv Mr Thomas Johnston Is at home a visit to his son John Johnston family of Louisville Mrs W R Burnside has returned to Barbourville after a visit to her sis ters Mrs Kirby and the Misses Kin nairdsMiss Mary Doty entertained a few of ber friends Saturday afternoon to meet her visitor Miss Anna Rogers of Lexington Mfes Mary Rankin of the Madisou Female Insitute came down for a visit of several days to bar parents Mr aud Mr David Rankin Judge R A Burnsides many friends will be glad to hear of his continued improvement since his recent severe accident in Cincinnati Mrs William Burnett and sisters Misses Carrie and Addle Arnold to Lexington Monday for the Sunday School Parliament which was in session in that city Mrs Bell Burnside left this week with her daughter Mrs Sarry D Jenes for Mouticello Mrs Burnsides many friends hope the change will prove quit beneficial to her health Miss Ethel Darnold entertained her grades tbe fourth and fifth by giving them a Halloween Party Monday nig ht About 52 children gathered and spent a most delighlful time Little Miss Mildred Beazley was has tell Monday night for a Holloween Tea The following class mates par rook of the hopltallry of the gracious little lady Misses Mary Lee Lear Gladys Frisbie and Ruth Carrer The Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U D C are iovitea to meet tbe Breckinridge Chapter of Danville Nov 7 Should the weath er be at all favorable a number will po down to the meeting I Prather Is In isa Miss after motored Kate MarrIson visitor returned Mr J S Johnson Jr was called Louisville lute Friday night to his Hefts Miss Lora Belle Minor had an operation performed at a bos pltal in that City Miss Minor Is bet ter and her many friends hope she will soon recover Rev and Mn C C Brown were at Harrodsburg last week attend ing synod and tbe Womens Synodical societies Mrs Brown made an ad dress before the latter body and was greatly honored by being elected both of Home and Foreign Mis sionary Societies in the Presbyterian church of Kentucky If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I was a doomed victim of consumption I night not be alive now writes D T Sanders of Har rodsburg Kyi but for years they saw every attempt to cure a cough tail At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effect was won derful It soon stopped the cough and I am now in better health than I have had for years This wonderful lifesa ver is an unrivaled remedy for coughs colds Jagrlppe uthma croup hem orrhages whooping cough or weak lungs 50c 1100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by B E McRoberts Son 1m Of Teachers ABMOMIM The teachers of Educational Divi sion Vo 1 will hold their meeting at Antioch Saturday November 5th 1910 PROGRAM 10 oclock A if song Devotional Exercises Rev O P Bush Teachers Professional Spirit Miss Jennie Higgins Co Supt MUSIC How to secure Rood school spirit Miss Mable Mason and Mn Darnold Tardiness How to Prevent It Miss Kate Moore The Value of a High School Educa tion Miss Bsttie Robinson NOON RECESS Afternoon Exercises 130 p x Methods of Teaching History Miss Harriet Fleetwood 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 Misses Carrie Anderson Tommie Francis and ElizabethBettis Methods of Teaching Geography Miss Eliza Smith ADJOUBNMKHT Dinner will be served on the ground Every one Is invited to come and bring a basket Miss Allle Hendren Pres Miss Asasnda Anderson Secy HOG FEEDERS Now is the tine to save your hogs Dont wait until tfcey become sick B ri lif khn loMtV is the only known cus for hOi chol era A few doses along with the feed now will destroy all disease breed ing genie worms and parasites in your hogs and cause them to fatten very rapidly Costs only 5 cents per month for each hog SOLD BY 1 J R Mount Son Co to see visitors NOT SOW FOtILONDER J PItUAQE Physiology muAda Blch and who secretary lung racking it Ice Cream Soda Water CocaCola Phos phates Grape Juice Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers DRUG STORE Ands FRISBIES L I I 1UT BALD Scene A crowded railway carriage Baldheaded Pompons Old Man passengers Talk about the poor its their own fault Now just look at men Im a selfmade man and proud to say so I started with noth lag but brains and look at me now Stuttering Mss in Corner who is seen endeavoring to speak What ftddo you call yourself a Bftade man Pompous Old Man Yes sir a self Bu4e man Can you coatradlct me Stuttering Man OX no Only I tfceagst that if youyouyou were a sel seUelfmade maa why tie 4Idat yooTxrayeu put some hair on your head Collapse of pompous old san Setting the Pace Henry insisted the wife of the San who had made his first million why do you compel our fashionable butler to go around the house In his shirt sleeves So I can enjoy some comfort in my shirt sleeves without shocking his lord mayor of Londons sensibilities elucidated her husband as he settled Wok for an afterdluer smoke An Approbation So you approve of the hobble skirtCertainly replied Mr Sirius I approve of anything that may divert fashion from am effort to magnl lT and coiffures The hobble skirt is considerately worn In such a man Mr that it can obstruct nobodys view tm any assemblage Why They Left Let me sing the old songs in your parlor lisped the girl who Imagined sIte was a prima donna Please dont begged the land lady But your boarders will fee carried away by my singing Thatt Juat trouble The last StimM you snag they were carried over to the next boarding louse Her Haunting Fear Bridget Time brings many changes Nora Nora Indeed it does I wes little I used for fear the policeman would get BM and now I cry for fear I wont get the policeman Harpers Bazar LOGIC j the i t sELF MADE addressing Eelself self dd dickens headed Barker hate Bridget to- ry r Dumas Seesu to BM yare always preyed money Does It la owlag to ethers The B a41t bound the wtanaas feet she gave a flirt And walked oft when his back was turned Jbe used to wear a hobble skirt Her Wrath Justified What is she mad about That woman has beem talking mean about her baby What eovld she ay mean about an tmmoeemt baby She said it looked like its father Natural Inheritance flail He Mite Plyauvtk II rather ghe Tec indeed that if emly matmraL Some of her ancestors lire feeler Colmmlws discovered ABMrica That fellow watches fk axcasaM la Ms for Felled u With ICNel lint The fi the I fut i n f l 4 rope faakiosed I1at ale said Wherefere esh a eK dLIts llatret iaiwlat tatf iMx s Leaders In Dry Goods and Ladies Wearing Apparel YOULL FIND IT W IllS COLUMN Fresh Zimmers fresh oysters It Call 17 for fresh oysters R Zimmer For Rent iail Desirable down stairs Stormes 1014tf Eight barsnf lenox soap for 25 cents at W D Walker Try the new butcher shop and you will never forget It W D Walker2t Good Cockerale Fine Breeders J E Stormes On Oct 26th v bob tailed cow If found return to Mrs Sinda Creech on Creek Fer Safer One good Organ Will sell at a For particulars call at this phone No 326 18 acres of land fronting on pike Splendid location class land No improvements 1 mile of thriving village tine building sites Will sell one acre to 18 acres Just as nany acres as the purchaser wants For further particulars apply to Hughes Swlnebroad Lancasaer Ky 2t FOR SALE Show cases conntersS light electrolier new retuning chair wheel invalid chair 12 fcot oak table rfth extra adjus table roupd top 3 anel doors 2ft 10 in by 6ft 11 light sash 2ft 10 by 3 ftj 2 plate glass 2 ft 5 In by 5 ft plate glass 2 ft 4 in by ft 5 in 1 plate glass 2 ft 9 in by 8ft 2 in 1 marble slab 2 ft by 9 ft 4 pair window shutters 1 ft 5 in by 7 ft 11 E Stormes10 14tf Fine New Automobile Tires cheap not trust made goods Save you 50 per cent on tiri cost Any style bead 28x212 60 30xS1375 1780 32x3 1288 90 34Wl21960 30x4321 70 31x4 22 00 32x49390 34x42680 34x4 1583170 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 GEYER SALES CO Dayton Ohio Sullivan Michael An East Boston doctor told of the experience of a druggist the other day who sold some alcohol to a new ens tomer After the man had signed the book as required he said Now dont get that name twisted It Is Michael Sullivan and not Sullivan Michael same as they turned it around hi the directory Boston Journal r AtCu roomsJ Sale Plvmou Rock Last B ones Ha ton ba as otBc r tf A Bares V A saI Tract Of Laad irst Se r fro upholstered single 11 2 7 inJ 30x312 tel vst sat eyi i F f black in BETSY GOODHOME Betsy Is an advanced exponent of comfort economy aa vxd cheer She will endeavor to wis a place In the hearts of every fastilj UiGarnird Co and to this end siiaxteJL her lenses her theorfjia asMl ot tire stay advantages of ti witli B S BROWN the of low prices dealing company and good will bO rape t R square arm Under the PaintI All wagons look pretty much alike when finished painted and 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 I maintained When you know you can depend on the J R Mount Son Co Lancaster Ky nytake duaswitliU7 eiMr WecnlntIc SVLL1 1G 1 J ATHENA ATHENA UNDERWEAR from its very nature appeals with par ticular force to the womanly wow When she picks it upi she realizes ths she has found the underwear she wants As she wears it her opinion B strengthened Such daintiness such perfect such comfort without bulgy have never been combined in womens underwear to the manufacture of the ATHENA line fit previous One great point that this beautiful desirable underwear casts no more than the ordinary ilfkrJhg 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 is 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 rr I deeper Ill f vince you Save money by huyiag wellscreemed grade coal from us which we are selliag at lime prices Lancaster Lrahr Vfg Ctv hilk r- r 7 HUNTS Royal Blue Mattress 1 Guaranteed Twenty Years IIISANITARY box mat tress All cov may bee unbuttonedremoved We are handling best brands of coalBLACK BEAR RED ASH JELLICO and Blue Gem Block and Nut Also BENNETT JELLICO You will find our prices cheaper for quality than other dealers Coal 1 1 to i4c per bushel at yard or on cars Any one want ing car load will sell close as cheap as you an buy from the minesFresh Clean Eggs 23Jto 24c Chickens 8 to 10 Ducks 9 to xo- cJL B NORTHCOTT DEPOT STREET COAL CHEAP very ttrcutwtxrartfss asr sent to the laundry while remains in use TInsis tbe latest and greatest achievement in bedding being durable luxurious and comfortable give a twentyyear guarantee bond with Royal Blu- eR G spring I Ve every HURT 1 You Read the Blue Grass Edition of The Lexington Herald o 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 000Il Special Rate to January 11912 WlTHDrli OUCH GLDS s JLB McRoberts I DrugStore J t 4 LTIIRITRIMWNTS SLE- SlTALy ExaD gL czoz rt- i 1 Rt 1- t 3 iAK I 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 HERALDINCORPORATED KENTUCKY 18 i I VT1O G IiT e e L METAL SHINGLES Lid 20 years are as good as new today and have never needed repairs Think of What other roofing vill last as long and look as weil Theyre reproof stormproof end 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 Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa 1 n L 4Uj I i Metal le rl ago creating J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY KILL COUCH AI CURE THE LUNCS DisNei ertl Ifll PBICE Be sum IITrill F Private Sale Having decided to locate in the West I wish lo sell my of about 24 acres situated on Hick Creel near StOny Point school house on Rich mond and Lancaster dirt road five mi es from Lancaster 15 acres bottom land splendid tobacco land good orchard apples peaches antf plums the best of well water on ru ral roue fronts road 200 yards from school house good five room house and other buildings at the of four roads i mile from rail road also chickens turkeys and other fowls One yood harness mare one good milk cow first calf and household and kitchen furniture and some farming tools You can pay f r this place ii two years Aith tobacco Will give you easy paymentsMrs Tabitha C Doty G it Lancaster Ky My Farm of 1 66 Acres Four and melialf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further particu lars write me N H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky Fruit Trees Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for free Catalogue E PffiUenmeyer Lexingtoiij Kentucky I goo witH fOR and Shade or No plice intersection SALE EverYthin Agts Sons a v Farm and Stock Mr Je se H Sutton sold to Mr W B Moss and price S5i 00 Animals probably use more salt in summer than in winter because drink more water The incme from cows depends upon Lhe cow and care of cows hemsel ves of the milk and ot the calf Most of diseases of hogs may Iv largely avoided by ahe use of proyer feeds and man ixmunt and IM p venting contact with infected ani mals The Burley Tobacco Society has brc atiht uit against W T Arnold HI Danville Ky alejitijj that lie s 1 hi crop of tobacco after it was pled Farm pcpuSati n in the Utitecl Sa tea has increased only 10 per cent since 1905 but the value of farm pro ducts has increased 40 per cent Unless you put plenty of uond wholesome feed into a cow you cannot xpect to get much milk out of her Xo man can get something for noth lug in the dairy buiiness- A good horse used in a common sense manner live to an old aue HId be 11 condition to peform work at all time Give geese a pasture and pond and they sniff lake tale of with little fcj linr Breeding from stock too closely re lated does nut bring results introduce new blood frequently Mr W B Burton bought mules in Bardstowt las from Mack were tirst class and him SUKiOO per head W B Burton shipped a load oi fat mules to ttilson N O Tuesday In preparing beds for Corners 5t should be remembered that most which produce a yellow should not have much organic nut ter in the oil Red or purple flower will do best on a soil with a reason able amount of organic matter and plants which are grown for their should bo attempted only on rich soils We speak of that now bocaus this is the ideal time to prepare next years flower beds If you have only common covc breed them to a male of standard dairy breed and the result will give rade animals These halfblood raile animals bred in the same line v ill give animals more nearly pure bred and this breeding and selection with judgment wLI result in a hc rd of high producing animals that will make money for the breeder or the man who buys them Trimming the orchard is imperative and trimming the hedge rows is just as important An uiunmmed orchard not only fails to produce fruit but is also unprofitable in the shabby it gives the farm The un trimmed hedge is even more objec tionabe as one gets his first hnpres sion from the outside Humus making crops are such grasses as timothy clover blue grass brome grass and alfalfa It has been found that grass land plowed and put into crops is under better conditions of moisture and freer from weeds than land that has grown grain continu ously When the fowls begin molting they will practically cease laying As the growing of new feathers Is a heavy drain on the fowl extra feed should be given A small amount of linseed meal can be given to an advantage Feed wheat and oats rather than much Dont let the young orchard trees go into winter without protection Anything that shades the bark will protect from sunscald but a covering that gives the tree immunity from both sunscald and gnawing from is better A well drained soil with good eleva tion slightly higher jf possible than the surrounding area fairly heavy in character with a deep strong but not hardpan subsoil furnishes the best conditions for successful apple growingWhile there Is never any very large profit in selling either turnips or greens the crop is one that requires so little care and is so sure that It will pay anyone handy to a market to sow some for sale There are three kinds of bees In drones and the rest workers These workers are all females undeveloped queensThis being the cement age cement floors are good for the pew poultry house for they are dry and easily kept clean can be coverd with dry earth In and cut straw in winter Examine the horses teeth fre quently It might be added that a most important time to do this is when you are being importuned to buy a horse that is as sound as a roach We frequently see young colts fol lowing along the folds after their dams walking litany miles during the hot weather Useless and poor busi Generally when the comb of a fowl Is bright colored showing it to be full of blood the fowl is in a healthy con dition and the fowls are usually ac tive corn fodder and cow peas when Jed in green state are by farm animals much more than after they are cured To groom the horse well after hard orkdoes lot only clean the skin but It prevents various parasitic diseases of the skin asow the the td good themsei not good fifty week 1ill r layI I I flowers boo corn rodents duringthe The summer ne s closer pigs they good averaged foliage appearance Y Grass relished p Social Conditions i Large Cities Pastor of First Baptist Church lil Richmond Va Text Lovers of pleasure more than lovers of God I wish there were no occasion for this sermon There are many sensi tive souls whom its plain language may offend They do not believe that such subjects belong properly to pul pit treatment However I speak my conscience bids me This service is the discharge of a painful duty Do I seek to please men If I yet please men I should not be the servant of Christ The church mem bers of our city in their attitude to ward moral conditions may be grouped in four classes First those who do not know They are good people who attend church They know nothing of the sin and shame of the city streets Where ignorance is bliss it is folly to be wise Second those who know but do not care They have no sense of personal responsibility since they are not participants in the wrong Their chief concern is in taking care of self Third those who know but say they cannot change conditions Sin has always existed and always will The scarlet woman has been in the world since the days of Solomon It is useless to attempt to purify city life and improve social conditions WJfoever makes the effort is striking his head against a stone wall Fourth those who know conditions feel their responsibility as ciiizeiis and Chris tians and endeavor to remedy the ex isting conditions They may not like the crack of my rifle but nevertheless I am determined to take the shot With this in view I accompanied by an officer in citizens clothes took two walks down Broad street and saw sights which I blush to mention The first was on Thursday night the first clear night after about ten days of rain They had come out like the In sects from under bark and sod with the first return of the spring sun They swarmed the streets until it was difficult and in some respects dan gerous to walk Girls resorted to the back parlors of Italian confectionarles where they sat in suggestive positions to welcome and tempt whoever might enter therein An older girl on evil bent led her little sister on her mission Others whose lives dis graced the name of woman stood oh corners or marched brazenly down the street Boys in knee trousers and girls In short dresses were out in the darkness of the night when they should have been at home Mashers followed girls from block to block and around corner after corner and led them down dark alleys All of this and more I saw Twas enough to make the head heavy and the On the second night we visited the moving pictures I nothing ob jectionable per se in the pictures A minister was present and they would be guilty of no impropriety All class es and conditions were in attendance A dude dressed in Prince Albert a bloated faced sport and a weasiey half fed man were there who bought tick ets in rotation and entered one after the other Little children under ten and haggled old women with bent forms were there What have you td say about these shows Two things First they prove the text and demon strate that the American people are lovers of pleasure more than lovers of God On two blocks on Broad street last Friday night more people saw the moving pictures than assembled in seventy of the eighty white churches of this city They lined the block and backed up on the side street waiting for admission and yet we say this is a Christian city Would that it were but many of the church members love the places of pleasure more than the house of God They are too tired to attend the church on Sunday evening but can parade the streets and stand for a long time and spend hours ing moving pictures and vaudeville after a hard days work Oh con sistency art a jewel Passing from the places of pleasure we saw young girls whose mothers thought they were in no harm enter big automobiles and going on joy with young men who meant no good One of the most demoralizing agencies in Richmond is the automo bile of the son of the rich want to ruin your son get him an au tomobile Not more than one out of ten can own a machine without neg lecting his business or injuring his morals If the numbers of the ma chines that ride slowly along Broad street to entice young girls coming from the plays or stand on Mayo East Franklin streets after the mid night hours were published in the daily papers they would strike many hearts with consternation and arouse the rich to the danger of their sons If our want something sensa tional call their attention to this field of investigation It is not pleasant for one to speak so plainly about the deplorable condi tions in the city that we love but to keep silent is a sin To submit a protest Is to conscience and betray a trust We boast of our city as a governed town The conditions which I saw convince me that Richmond is an ap ple orchard without but rotting at the core The social impurity and moral degradation are indescribable and As the city grows in size it grows in wickedness Can we check this evil If not we are to go the way of other cities Whitewashing with a good com pound air spray pump is a cheap and effective means of up and sweetening the of the house Strain the wash through a fine sieve or through burlap before use in the sprayer and then It is not apt to clog the machine all broken limbs from the apple trees bas soon as they are ho tided spoil the looks of the trees and besides the wounds shoufiT Vith white lead possible to decay of th iritri duction of fungus 1j I m q By REV GEORGE w McDAMIELD D r uA I because perilous heartsick see thou rides Ifyou papers stifle churchgoing well unspeakable poultry Removes T1i y as soon as rrJ y saw and without interior be covered prevent diseases k ark rrS Will 45 e Given At Our Store November You et a IkVet 1 CO paicTpn your account if p id now l g Majbin6 4 It Eci Ee3 Away Satul dag 26th ill Vry i1iJ PU1lHC tT L IfA f1El 0EII B I ri IX d Jfe tv9- n w t 100a every 1 TJU REASON It takes nuir fi swallow to Thats a pi vcr y a I ir every day It taljs aria rouejK t to irako u huj iaT And liKiiv an ou bl 3c m to make a Aclcnowcdr this trc h and IB cfcml To sny Its not true turned about tother way It takes pi tliaij cot blossom t make An Hi rf tlirr ncSic gfty rw thats a Irani joke you may and the inkier Is fierce the jolccsimtl is rushed for time It takes tours or Irs thinking t writ one thats neater And more fliau minute to wake elks Too Vatusbre What yon want to do is to have that niudhole ij tile road lixed said the visitor That goes to show replied cr Corritossel ers understand local ffe putty ngh paid oif afftcrtgage with the money I made rfcmlia automobiles out o that WHY SHE TOOK HIW ole u in n i n irnvJ one swalJi to malt say I t one er rilrmd Fanbow 1u hole in t ttni rrt nosegay lone etch crr er s conditions Dolly iiairit heart wop a fair lady won Gladys Site married that old millionaire because he had a weak heart and ocaJdif 3 QuibbJsr Quibbles I have no satlsfac Tory explanation ytt Why a reefer doesnt reef And a sweater tkjjiftrt sweat An Resented School Visitor I hear my good wqmah you have a case of in yciis family ertutlJed Mother Taint no sech thing maain Weaint never had one of them kercuias here The only trouble is that Mamie in her sleep Got Right Bill Tnis says that bftes Were unknown to the I believe it was the tra ders who used to sting them Human Life Advertisement An manufacturer ex so many coming men fail to he account for it He they dont jisQtHe Tight machine fe Gst new DaisyIt livelong But J Asp somnambulism f walks J paper Indians JillYes r H automobile arrIve How oes says i i irth oftIV14TIji r 0 O c Ja J VjesffiH1 fa Barn f y seen n things Stung Ali p 5 That eras occasion when hto- f first called ftl kette eeItmzdeetltrbQtit moue IaI Ifee to Taz faycrs Efmoilwr h ii w IJfvenue Lav rti Mfi thSi iir t M tle in full b is 6 pen y MB pe at tc Hirt save all tliriJ O Kv Sft rif Co pee rloir biii i for the exclu sire use of ounVnm u li i and is for the wle of eitfirntn nil h things on farm the tuner aiTord to a lver tfae X wiil e ivip I over four anal will be only in two i mri of the Fr Stb s ai t 2 utis trr Ijtrl Per 363 G fi Bray Timothy nix d with CIc Car load Phone Hi cn P lplirey 347 A tir Z T Rk Richmond A pocket hook c nrs If seine val a e papers and tJ63 n money near Add L v Sinryei Came my jlce b or the 10th lay of July a vin ran heifer weiuh lug abiuf 500ft O vru r can hyv same by pu n ip s s M knU lion Stayed Tame lo my p Ci ariiu iwo mouth ago a stray hog weiitbin about 125 Ptin Owner can have by For HK rp i Gay 31 Lu K ti- Stravtri tim pinr nb ut100 Ibs IIVE MTOili JUKIihT CINCINNATI UX10X STOCK YARD3 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts tfyt ai7l 1538 Shipments 2 o CATTLE Shippers ISo 6 hotelier extra II1C6 Good to choice 4 5 35 Common to four s r0 1 25 Heifers extra 4 u 5 10 Good to choice 4 I04 75 Common to fair 27i 4 00 Cows extra 4 04 gg Goad to choice 3SV3440 Common to fair 2r37Gunners 2C 2T5 Bulls balogmis 3S5 4 0 Extra 4 e 475 4iVgj475- CALVES extra 50 7 50 9 SB Common Hurl large HOGS goOd and butchers 8 S5S 8 40 Mlstdpackors s 25 8 35 stags 4 75 700 Common to choice sows 5 TTV 7 5- LTghtahippers s ir841101 bsraiid less 50080e- llEEP extra 4 C0 Good to choice 3 Common to fair 2 O0jl5LiVMtiSi extra r G 50 Good tochoice 5 3 6 40 Common to fair 4 75 575 I J or pty I r tarrard COLUi11N 1 OC flit a fItlee R of eh sz flr Sum I nkl Kv fer Safe Ai jJq jet to Itilr 1 Pie Fer Sale d Delirfoled i tof tb toil JiM Ky EIIt M3rhaMtrr last Snit Ga wenfr is 1 lralins Ky to d same payijgcfa Kv btJ C G abmt July itt r bin Owner stoe 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