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Fron The Land of Now THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT Front The Lend TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11 191O MVMBII 31 of r y- i 4 1- f 1lfiro s Great Democratic Victory New York John A Dix Democrat elected Governor by plurality of about 68000 New Jersey Dr Woodrow Wilson Democrat elected Governor by 10000 or more Massachusetts Eugene N Foss Democrat elected Governor by about 30000 plurality Connecticut Simeon E Baldwin Democrat elected Governor by about 2500 plurality Ohio Judson Harmon Democrat elected Governor by about 60000 plurality Indiana Democratic Gains all over the State and Legislature claimed which if true means defeat of Beveridge Democratic Majority Increased Every Where Except Tennessee Indications are that Democrats are Ahead in Congress by From 35 to 40 Seats r DEMOCRATS SHOW SURPRISING GAINS THROUGHOUT STATE Capture Nine Out of the Eleven Congress ional Districts With Increas ed Majorities Helm Wins Easy by a Majority of About 2700 Settle Miller and Lassiiig Democrats Win In Court Contest Nuns Appellate I I Democrats scored sweeping victo ries all over Kentucky at Tuesdays election and many rockribbed Repub lican counties either tumbled out of the g o p column or the majorities were greatly reduced Tie Democrat trains were iiDt confined to an one sec tion but a democratic atmosphere per varied the whole length and breadth of the Old Kentucky Home The net result of the election was nine Democratic Congressmen out eleven and the election of all four of the Democratic candidates for tbe Court of Appeals heals Defeats BoMtt After tbe battle of ballots it was shown that the Democrats had made a gain of one Congressman W J Fields in the Ninth district who made a remarkable race against Con gressman J B Bennett his opponent- In the First distrct Congressman Ollie M James Democrat was re elected by an oldtime majority bis only opponent being a socialist The Second district by an increased majority returned to Congress A O Stanley of Henderson over Salmon RepublicanOne surprising races was that made by Congressman R Y Thomas Jr in the Third district who defeat ed W H Jones his Republican oppc nent by 1324 majority Jhw Wks Great Race The most ran in the State was made by Congressman Ben Johnson in tbe Fourth district who carried every county against Dr Republican receiving an majority of over 6000 In tbe Fifth district Congressman Swager Sherley Democrat goes back to Congress having defeated his Re publican opponent Judge Wheeler McGee by a majority of nearly 4000 A B Rouse Democrat easily W Nagel Republican in the sixth district The Seventh district after one of the hardest fights in the State re turns to Congress J Campbell Can Democrat by about 3000 majors over M C Rankin Republican The HOB Harvey Hel agate naked v remarkable race unprecedented C IIII oft i Republican Caddie defeated all qty Id a clean sweep by carrying every Cour ty in this the eighth Congressional district with the except iou of Garrard Madison and Rochast le His majority over the Hon Hugh Miller is 2787 There was a very light vote polled all over tile district and little intresl ta ken in tbe election as Helms election was at all times conceded by a safe majority Following are the in the district by Counties Helm Miller Boyl 400 Shelby 784 Spencer 425 Anderson 450 Jessamine 325 Mercer 364 Lincoln 412 Garrard 23 Madison 150 Ruchastle 200 Total 3160 373 In the Tenth district A Floyd Byrd Democrat made a gallant fight again st great odds but was unable tb tbe big lead of J W Langley Republican who is sent back to the next Congress While the Eleventh district was con ceded to Caleb Powers Republican the Republican majority was greatly reduced by Eliza Bertram the Demo crat canidate who ran a most surpris ing race in this stronghola of the majority being only about 8000 deal Sweep Fir Jtfces Tbe Democrats made a clean sweep of the four Appellate districts in which elections were held for Judge of the Court of Judge T J Nunn had no oppositiin in the first district Judge W E Settle had n easy race in the Second diitiict his majority over J Allen Dean Republican being 3543Judge Snackelford Miller won over R W Bingham Republican in tbe Fourth or Louisville district by majority of about 1500 In too Sixth district Judge John IT Lansing ran a remarkable race easily defeating Judge Tomlin Republican by 5500 Peerlew Princess Quartets Nov 22 at Court Howe I I overcome Appeals a out major- Ities Republicanism votes BiWANNA The Hoosier State made a good record and Sen Beverage will have to retire The democrats will con trol the Legislature by a good fat majority probably twenty or thirty NEBRASKA It looks like a republican for the good old state of however we could not anything else when Dahlman ran with the whiskey people and W J Bryan opposed him for it If Dahlman had stuck to principle and to Mr Bryan he would have been elected by a large majority over republican Aldrich NEW JERSEY Dr Woodrow Wilson is Governor of New Jersey This good news is ringing in the ears of all good He was elected by a ma jority of about 15000 over his re publican opponent Vivian M Lew is The good work is going on where and it looks like the are disgusted with Teddy Taft and the whole bunch and are to have every thing from now on DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS Congress changes its face and will be democratic by probably 35 votes The democrats gain in every state In New York they gain seven republican seats In Maryland Massachusetts and North Carolina the republicans each lost two seats Illinois Kentucky Ohio and Missouri and several other States show a loss for the We are sure to have a democratic President next trip so let the democrats be careful and not make mistake TENNESSEE Captain B W Hooper the candidate for Governor of Tennessee who was supported by the independent democrats and friends of the late Senator Carmack was elected Governor of Tennessee over Gov Bob Taylor by a majority of about 15000 This is the first time Tennessee has had a republican Governor in twenty years and it was brought about by the Carmack tragedy and because Gov Patterson pardoned Duncan B Cooper who was convict of the murder of Senator E W Cor mack one of the smartest and best men that Tennessee has ever known NEW YORK John A Dix a business man and the first democratic nominee elect ed in sixteen years will be the next Governor of New York State His majority over Henry L Stimson was about 65000 It will be that Teddy the great stumped the state for Stimson against Mr Dix Now the good news comes that Teddy is turned down in his own election district as well as all over this great United States Mr Stimson it is said made the statement Tuesday night that he attributed his defeat to nation wide causes and a general move ment of the Republican party toward progressiveism Judson Harmon was reelected in Ohio and will be backed by a legislature He defeated the republican nominee Warren G Harding by about 50000 When Governor Harmon received aworaoce late Tuesday that he had been reelected Governor be made I f seats Governor Nebraska expect I I ever people I Democratic almost I I republican OlIO I I democrats determined republicans remembered democratic 1 l the following statemen- tI am greatly gratified by the re sult of the election which I take as an approval of my efforts for good goverment in Ohio Further than this the reelected Chief Executive of the state had nothing to say but indicated that he was greatly pleas ed with the result coming as it does as one of the greatest in the political world of the day MASSACHUSETTS The Democrats elected for Gov ernor of Massachusetts Congress man Eugene N Foss by a plurality of over 2500 over Gov Eben S Draper the Republican nominee Governor elect Eugene Foss gave out the following statement This victory voices the protest of Massachusetts against the Payne Aldridch act the present high cost of living and the broken pledges of the Republican party I deeply the honor and realize the responsibility which it brings It is a vote of confidence on the part of the people of this must make good I shall en deavor to do my part and I ask the cooperation of every citizen Elective In Garrard Onr election in Garrard was one of the most quiet in years Not over two thirds of the total vote of the County was poled Considering the interest taken Congressman Harvey Helm made a good showing The Couc ty usually going from two to three hundred and fifty republican except when a full County ticket is in the field We fcive the vote by precincts Helm Miller Court House No I 160 110 East Park No 2 195 129 West Park No 3 109 West Bry No 4 98 129 130 Buckeye No 6 54 164 68 88 Union No 8 7L 121 Paint Lick No 9 88 106 Mrs Ed C Gaines entertained the Embroidery Club Tuesday afternoon The social function was an occasion to celebrate the tenth anniversary of her marriage The home was beautifully decorated with potted plants and blooming flowers All of the guests assembled were Irvish with good for the gracious hostess Mrs L N Miller left Sunday for Cincinnati where she will buy a new and uptodate line of Stamping flosses etc On her return she will be located at R S Brown Dry Goods Store and will be pleased to show all of her friends and customers the latest and newst designs in em broidering and fancy work Traits Dispatched By Teleptae Tbe installation of telephone equip ment on both dispatching and circuits has just been completed on the Knoxville Division of tbe Lou isville Nashville at a cost of 36000 00 This railroad is one of those which has lately been supplanting the telegraph for the work of handling train movements substituting the telephone which because of its accuracy speed and safety has late ly come into favor among railroad managers Fatal Accifcit While working at the laundry last Saturday Hanna Mayfield Faulkner col had her arm mashed in a roller which probably caused her death the following day at 1100 p m She was considered one of the best and most reliable bauds that Mrs Arnold had at the laundry It seems that she was cleaning the collar machine and the steam engine was running and while endeavoring to clean the rollers her caught in the rollers which took in her arm up to the body alter tbe accident she was taken to the hospital where she was given medical attention The funeral took place in Lancaster Monday afternoon at 2 pi m I I I I J I I I I Commonwealth- We I 87 Est Bry Nos 62 WalkerS H No 7 Total 973 996 I I bandwas Immediately I j victories appreciate wishes patterns message greater d AMUSEMENT FOR LANCASTER PEOPLE FIVe Good Slows Everyone will be interested in the fact that Lancaster is to have five good shows at the Curt House this winter so that our people may have the chance to enjoy themselves with out poiiitf to thecity The shows will be under the management of Messrs James Beasley and Joe S Haselden who have put forth their best efforts to secure high class performers for each and every entertainment The first show of the season is the Peerless Pi incess Quartet and comes off Tuesday night Nov 22nd The last show The Floyds comes off March 27th These shows are of a higher class than the ones offered by Messrs Beazley and Haselded last sea son and the people should appreciate the efforts to have some inqocent amusements for our town The tick ets for each performance willl be on sale at McRoberts Drug Store Ad mission will be 25 35 and 50 cents Sale of City Property We are authorized by G B Robin son Executor of R M West deceased to sell a parcel of land on the of Stanford avenue about 300 yards from Central Park with a Of 480 feet several building lots or suitable for a coal yard or stock pens as it also ad joins the L N Railroad If not sold privately before November 28 court day it will be sold to the high est bidder on that day at 2 oclock p m at the court house door with out reserve by bid or limit in order to settle the estate This is a chance for a bargain It will be offered in three separate lots of equal frontage and then offered as a whole The ex ecutor accepting the bid or bids bring the most money Terms Half cash balance in 1 and 2 years 6 per cent interest Posses lion at once Huhges Swinebroad Oct 14 28 Nov 1125 To prove that our town is and growing we point to you the fact that it is necessary for the L N to build to their Depot at this place They are now at work on it and will extend it thirty feet and thereby make it onefourth larger than it is at present We will have a good depot and should appreciate the efforts of the L N to give us good service m every way As we go to press we hear that the editors brother Mr W E Walker has purchased the Grocery and Meat market which has been run by Mr W D Walker and was formally owned by Gill Simpson Mr Walker will kill his own meat and will always have a fresh supply of groceries and meat on hand He is a son of the late Judge W R Walker and a brother of our Circuit Judge Lewis L Walker FaferaUe hpressiM The special session of Circuit Court has been busily engaged this week in the trial of the contested will case of the late Claiborne Lisle The test mony of the coutestants was finished Wednesday and the other side is now busy in presenting testimony in sup port of the will The trial will proba bly consume the the remainder ol the week and Judge Walker has been holding night session to facilitate the work Judge Walker is prompt in de cision strict in preserving order and has made a very favorable impression Winchester Democrat HeuySebasM On Wednesday evening Mr James Robert Henry and Miss Scotta Mae Sebastian surprised their many friends when they motored to Danville and were united in wedlock holy bonds Immediately after the ceremony they returned to the brides home where an elegant dinner was served The bride wore a beautiful brown suit with bat and gloves to match She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Sebastian and is a pretty blonde of on ly seventeen summers and is very while the groom is the son of Mr James Henry of Kirksville and a hustling young man of good habits They will reside in Kirksville where the groom is associated with his in the mercantile business The Record joins their many friends tn wishing them a long and happy I J East- side giving ample room for I I 4 frontage prospering oldest popular father lifer si Peerless Princes A i S T 0 V E SI a or 0 0 BEST HEATER t I MADE I Come and we will show you why BROS rJllj01fff Itj rG fi s1 e RHASELOEN o m m ccxeyear Court House November 22 sjH FOR 30 DAIS we will sell the KOKOMO Wire Fence at 28 l2cts J ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky There is a lot of other Flour but none like Glen Lily White House FOR QUALITY Be sure and call for these brands when you want GOOD FLOUD WE MAKE IT PHONE Garrard Milling Company LANCASTER KENTUCKY Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a day S W MOSSPhone 19O 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 47 Id I er J 1 RECORD INCORPORATED ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor the Post Gct Lancafttr Kya Seconddag Vail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky November 11 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 F r State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 Fur Cards per line 10 For all publications in the of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hoi Charles A Hardin a candidate foi Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial at the November election 1911 subject to the action of ihe Democrat ic party The Victory The overwhelming victory of the Democratic Party in last Tuesday electron was more decisive than was contemplated by the most tic demurrals In the Northern and Xew England states the victory was sweeping one while the Republican Western stiles generally retrained loyal to that party Why this humil iating defeat of a party so for fourteen years Why such change of The reasons we think are easily so plain that he who runs may read In the tirst place the en tire country a of tin1 tariff downward The Republican party had promised in the last election both by platform the interpretation of the same thai we should have this relief and being successful at the pulls witn Seu ators Aldndge and Republican senate and Cannon and Caiinouism in controll of a House and being aided and abet ted by President Taft deliberately broke faith with the people and viola ted this pledge Again the voters in these states have been convinced the Republican party of the is in league with the great Trust and the Moneyed Oligarchy ofthe country and that they are controlling legislation at Washington through the party We think that the wid vicious and unjust attack of exPres ident Roosevelt upon so many of Democratic leaders disgusted many the voters who otherwise might have voted the Republican tcket Western Republican generally seemed to have voted with their party Re publican insurgency has been in the west These insurgents had most miyersally been successful in securing nominations Insurgency is a protest against Aldridge and Can nonism and in effect an acceptance Democracy as set out in toe last three national Democratic platforms So there was really no issue between the voters except when local issues are be ing considered We think the result a cheering victory for democracy How will we improve upon the advantage gained Is the question now TIle Harvest Be The Democratic victory in last Tuesdays election while more sweep ing in the Nuithern and States is nolicable in the returns from nearly every section of the coun try What will the party make of the success of this election Great things may be accomplished for the benefit of the people and the future of the party In the fist place it is to be greatly hoped that in Champ Clark of Missouri who has already announ ced for speaker the House or some other great democrat in whom the people have confidence the Lower House will find a leader and that the policies of the platform adopted by the last National Democratic conven tion will guide them in legislative matters In other words the party must have definate policies and such must be in harmoney with those for which tbe party has been fighting Again let no democrat think more of success at the poles than tbe tenets of tbe party Let us at all times keep faith with the people or we will soon meet the fate of enemy on Nov 8th The democratic party must continue to be a progressive party We must stand square for Jeffersonian princip lesatall times A repudiation of the national platform of 1908 would mean backward steps and a forfeiture of the peoples confidence Some of their wise ones who foresaw that the people losing faith in the republican party and were about to adopt attempted to save tbe day by tacking on enough of the democratic principles to hold them on but the voters would none of deciding rath er to cast their lot with tbe party which bad been fighting the peoples battles solong Let us not sacrifice one jot or title of democratic principle for the reward of office Then tbe harvest will be a successin 1912 as well as a victory that will re sult in a successful administration Wiy K of one of Lancasters art successful bateaess houses ex why they advertise and why i CENTRAL EJttrfd at is sad i interest District sentiment discerned de ires presidential a Republican East Republican re What Will o x were It aWes r I i r f I s enl hu ia sueces fu reversion au afte tha th o Tti o democracy A ember plaIc Lxx they prefer the newspapers for that purpose as follows We advertise in the newspapers nf or our work and to let the people about our firm our store and our stock because we cater to the intelll gent class and they read the and we believe in increasing our buisuess because e can talk to more people through the newspaper a greater distance in less time and a more reasonable price than in any other way because our newspaper blinks us greater returns for the least than any other kind of advertising that we hive done because when we write an ad we are not too stingy to pay fur plac ing it in the best possible medium or have it inserted so it is attractive be cause we know it is seen and read by every member of the family to which the paper goes What Next Mr Roosevelt It will likely take another bear hunt in Africa or some other far awayhunt ground fur the txpiesidcnt Teddy the terrible to get his nerves settled Tuesdays election was cer tainly a rebuke to the Jig Stick His New Rationalism dilnt take any where His abuse of Jud e Baldwin in Conneticut elected him in all probabil ity His attack on Governor Judscn Harmon in Ohio is said to have added to his niij rity at least twenty five thousand His work in Massachusetts elected Eugene Foss the democratic governor while Candidate Dixs majority of GOOCO in NY isa monument to the memory of his suc cess at the repubican convention at Saratoga Will he be a candi date against Taft in 1912 How long will it take him to rebuild the Repub Mean Temple Outrage Tne futility of the tilort to enforce prohibition by the States so long as the Federal government sells liquor licenses in territory in which the local laws forbid the sale of intoxicants was never better demonstrated than in Memphis which is a dry town in a dry Statesuys the Lexington Herald Tile United States Collectors report that for the nr nth of October the sale of liquor license there exceeded that of the same mouth list year by 53087 This is a bun i ig shame Congress should resurrect and pass the bill tc prohibit the granting of licenses if territory It is against principle of home rule and should not ba Geo Boner of the Jficholas villa Tribune is a hot tip for PostMas ter at Nicholasville He has a strong indorsement and a good chance to win out Being a former Garrard County Buy he has many friends here who hope that he will be appointed as long politics being editor of a paper and always fighting for the Many a child has gone to the bad be cause its parents n mistaken tender ness and to avoid temporary unpleas antness have let their children have their own way in every thing instead of imposing upon them the restraint of a wise and loving parental authori ty The nation that gets intoxicated with wealth and has no ambition above commercialism is doomed to ul timately Jose its strength and die out As with individual so with nations it is character and not dollars that gives permanence and true power Some of our business men who set up a terrible howl about people orders to department stores have all their stationery and bills printed away from home Consistency thou art a jewel The character of the man you honor is sufficient to show your own charac ter therefore stick to a man who has courage and honor acd thereby raise your own character to a higher It is quite the fashion for some to lay the blame for their misfor providence instead of plac ing it upon themselves My goDduess but didnt Harvey Helm sail by easy The Peerless Princess never fail to entertain The Paint Lick the Knights of Pythias has been transferred to Garrard Lodge No 29 This means that the Lancaster Lodge will be strengthened by twenty new Paint Lick members Prepare In Advasce Here is tbe way an exchange duns its subscribers If you have fainting spells accompanied by chills cramps corns bunions chili abs epilepsy and jaundice it is a sign you are not well but liable to die any minute Pay your subscription in advance and thus make yourself solid for a good notice Bexyper There will be a box supper at Sun School house on Wednesday evening nov 1C 1910 for the benefit 1 Kentucky childrens Home Society s body cordially invited and every requested to bring a box and C boy prepared to buy money is to help carry the home little ones through the winter JTJ4 I we are not ashamed our goods ati expenditure Democrat ic jAn shows- r n tolerated- t Editor jobfrepublican- e cause people tunesupon Of Pytls lodgeof frequent obituary nvside of Every girl is every come This t because know newspapers advertising ing prohibits n sending standing Its one Kw e Good Service From L N It was currently reported that th3 L N Rail Road Co would discontinue the opporation of the morning and afternoon passenger trains being known as Number 27 28 running from Louisville to Richmond and re turnedThe enterprising citizins of the community got busy immediately and had a meeting at the National Bank of Lancaster and at the meeting selected Messers R H Batson J E Robinson and J M Farra of Lancaster and W G Kemper of Paint Lick to go to Louisville and protest to the of the road against the chance- A petition to the rail road company signed by 250 citizens oi tne town was handed the committee to present to the rail road officials asking that train service remain as it is at present hearing tnecommilte the of the road gave assurance that there would now be no change since the efforts of the company to accoiro date the public is appreciated We have the best train Lancaster has ever had and those enterprising citizens are entitled to the praise of the community for their successful ef fort Bribery Cases At the close of the trial in Spring field Ill on the 29th of State Sena tr Pemberton and Representative Clark the jury disagreed stjndng eight for conviction and four for ac quittal The defendants had been prosecuted for taking bribes in with a contract for furniture in the Capitol and the evidence came during Vie investigation con cerning bribery alYecting the election of Senator Lorimer They will be tried grand jury at Chicago has obtained evidence relating to the bribing of a juror Grant McCutcheon who served at the second trial of Lee ONjil Brown indicted for bribing members of the Legislature to vote for Lorimer McCutcheun testified that 100 was paid to him in the office of Brovvns council An unsuccessful aliened to keep McCutcheon out of the grand jury room was made by means of a writ of habeas corpus lathes A Hamilton chief of the tire department in Lawrence Mass has been convicted of bribing an alderman bv the payment of 100 to vote for his appointment to the ollic3 which he holds and has been sentenced i prisoner for two and one half years flie Mayor of Lawrence Mr White serving a term in jail for bribery The man the bribe is the one to go after then this kind of work can be stopped for where there is no one to utter the bribe there certainly cant be any one to accept Plan To Spend Ten Thousand Dollars What Ten Thousand Dollars from Red Cross Seals will do in the check lug of consumption in Kentucky is ex plained in a bulletin issued today by the Kentucky Association for the Study aud Prevention of Tuberculo sisCounting every available oed for con sumptives in Kentucky there are at the present time accomodations for hardly 125 tuberculosis patients This is just about one bed for every ICO con consumptives in the State If suffic ient hospital accomodations are prc vided only for those who are too poor to ply the full price for their fully 10000 more beds in special institutions for tuberculosis would be needed at once The immense outlay necessary to provide and maintain so many beds in hospitals makes it im perative the Kentucky Association for the Study and Prevention of Tu berculosis declares that such be erected from public money either municipal county or state In order to get appropriations for public hospitals for tuberculosis agitation is necessary and in order to create a campaign of agitation orgaiization is demanded But in order that an or ganization may carry on an effective campaign funds are needed These funds it is proposed to secure in as many communities as possible from the sale of Red Cross Seals The State Association cites one il lustration of the way in which asrua sum spent in education hassecured large appropriations The New York State Charities Aid Association in the three years 1908 1909 and 1910 has spent in the upstate portion of New York about 55000 in arousing the people to tuberculosis As a direct result of the public senti ment produced by thisoutlay thestate county and municipal authorities have already appropriated for tuberculosis work 1500000 and appropriations for hundreds of thousands of dollars are pending Hundreds of hospital beds have been provided and the already alms for No Uncared for Tuberculosis in 1915 Thus the State Association says if Ten Thousand Dollars is realized from the sale of Red Cross Seal thousands more will be added to It from the treasuries Last year 87 807 stamps were sold outside of is aimed this year to sell a million the Seals for the State Canpafgn The Kentucky Federation of Womans Clubs will have charge of sale of the Seals in all cities where they have Clubs Adress all communications to the Secretary Eugene Kerne at Headquarters 215 Walnut Street Louisville WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY Women desiring beauty get help from Bucklens Arnica Salve b- t banishes pimples skin eruptions bares and It makes tbe skin ti and velvety It glorifies the face c eye racked lips chapped lands Best fd burps n sores cut bruises and piles 25c at U E jkEcRoberts ihv I After services connection tu I againA to be jut i now who oilers treatment institutions the dangers ot Association Louisvill- eIt of the E boils soft J fever fr i 0 Pt Management Management light attempted public wonderful scald 4 Srr r r- K DEATHS Ferrell Bright Ferrell a well Govern ment storekeeper and gauger of the Eighth district died at his home fu Rowland after a long illness Osborn Miss Mary Osborn age 18 years died after an illness of 6 weeks of typhui fever at the her parents Mr and Mrs E Osborn of Stone The funeral wa preached Sunday after noon by Elder E M Tinder Be sides her parents the deceased is sur vived by a sister and four brothers A devoted daughter and loving called to her reward ana another home is deprived of departed ones tender ministration Hassldea About 7 P M last Thursday while riding home in his buggy Mr J N Ilaselden a prominent mer chant of Danville was run into by a wagon of the Chesnut Salter Ildvv Co and thrown out and iistantly killed Mr Ilaselden was at oue time in busi ness here and was a very popular He has been in harness busi ness in Danviile for the past twenty years He is an uncle of the Haselden Bros of this City The burial took place in the Lancaster Cemetary on last Saturday afternoon Little Mary Belle Parks died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Parks of this county atter a short ill ness of pneumonia aud croup Being the only daughter and just three of age her death came as a great blow to the parents who almost idoliz ed her One more jewel added to the Fathers priceless crown Weep not fond parents for your cherished one for has not the Savior said Suffer children come unto me for such is Kingdom of leaven Voods Clinton Woods years died at the home of his mother Mrs Garret Woods near Lancaster after a linger jug illness of tuberculosis Theyoung man had been West hoping a change of climate would prove beneficial to him he having only two weeks when death claimed him Be sides his mother several brothers and sisters survive him his father having met such a tragicai death less than a year ago The burial occurred Sunday afternoon in the Lancaster cemetry Sympathy is extended the family in this second great bereavement Dabney Mrs Dorcus Dabuey died in her 88th year after an illness of two weeks on Saturday morning at 9 oclock The funeral was held Sunday after noon at the Lancaster cemetary and conducted by Dr E II Pearce Though some what eccentric in disposition the deceased was a remark able woman in many ways being a close reader and very observant she was aware of the current event of the day An only son died some years ago The popular hardware mer chants the Haseldeu Brothers and Mr Joe S Haselden are her great neph ews and were ever kind and of her in her declining years Mrs Susana Logan aged 85 years widow of the late Mr John Logan died after a brief illness of pneumonia at the home of her daughter Mrs R L Hubble of White Oak Lincoln county Though an invaled for many years the deceased was patient and ever lovable in deposition to all around her wearing a serene that endeared her so much to her loved ones The writer was a guest in the home on a number of occasions and knew her true worth and excel lent chiitian character Another mother in Isreal has fallen from To the only daughter and de voted grand children is extended much sympathy The remains of Mrs Mattie On eat widow of the late Dr Wlliam Oueal were brought to this city Monday and after funeral seryices at the Christian church were interred in the Lancas the deceased and husband the lute Dr Oneal and soninlaw Mr T L Hubble and wife were residents of Lancaster for quite a number of years Dr Oneals death having occur ed here Mrs Oneal was at the home of her sister in Verona at the time of her death She was a devoted member of the church and ever an active member being a sister of the late Worth Yancey pastor of the church here for a number of years To the only child and daugnter Mrs 1C L Hubble much sympathy as the tie between mother daughter was always so tender loving Saved An Iowa MilS life The very grave seemed to yawn be ore Robert Madsen of West Burling on Iowa when after seven weeks in he hospital four of the best physic ins Rave him up Then was sh wn marvelous curative power of Elec iric Bitters eight months if frighlfulsuffering from liver trou le and yellow jaundice getting no other remedies or doctors bottles of this matchless medicine cured him Its positively uaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kid ey troubles and never disappoints ly 50e at R E McRoberts Son L Mnr of sisters merchant Parks years the 2 been considerate Logan countenance outranks Oneal tercemetrv Elder h and and t J4 r JI hf known homy evenings little age the extended For from lm- r LR of Tone sieve1 with n if 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 vrill enjoy as well as give you pleasure for a lifetime The children cant practice away its marvelous beauty of tone because it i 3 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 tons will be revealed with use than that which first appealed to you Free beginning today the Ellington Intermezzo TwoStep a beautiful selec Hon full sheet music size If not con venient to call fill cut and mail the coupon r I1 GreaterBeauty S use j mf ytl 3S Jr J i Jj 1 z quite the contrary is true of I j 1 oft 1 iI e tanfl BILE r r1 1 G I Seld me a copy of the Ellington Intermezzo TwoStep as offered 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Garrards wide awake pedagogues was church here Sunday Mr and T Wells of Dripp section were attending church here Sunday last Mr Russell Brown of Stanford and Miss Haliie Brown of Garrard were guests cf Miss Katherine Melvin Mr David Anderson Srt of Garr rard had half of his small crop stolen one night last week r Rev and Baird visiting Mr and Mrs J Anberson last Sunday church hefe Mrs Mason Holtzclaw and Mrs Susan Were Mn and Mrs John in Garrard Little Miss Sara Larue of Stanford and little friend k le Carpenter spent days with Mrs W P White Rev T H Thorton a noted evan gelist of Virginia is conducting a pmtracled meeting at the Baptist church which is well attended Miss Ina Roberts and brother George of Hubble with their brother J T Roberts Jr of Oakdale Tennessee were with Mr and Mrs T Y Shaw Mr Parks will go to Louis ville a few das to biing his little son Master Clinton home He has been in the Childrens hospital to have a limb straightened The young folks went to the parsonage a few night past and stormed Rev J E Roberts and wife As each visitor carried a pound or more of something useful it is safe to say that the minister was well poun dedMrs G W Spangler who lives near here raised some mammoth squash this year The vine was over 60 feet in length and bore a large number of the luscious fruit One of them weighed fortyfour pounds another fiftysix pounds and more than sixty inches in circumference UPSET STOMACH Causes Sick Headache NenrHSKss Diz mtss Awl Bittsiess R El Son guarantees stomacn tablets to cure upset or any other case of or money back And a large box costs but 50 cents There is no earth so good for 95 per cent of the stomach jas known the world ION A of a stomach in five minutes It gives instant aid and comfort to sour or gassy stomachs It stops j stomach labTets do not stop at reFiet they are guaranteed to cureAnd they do cure and if you could look through a few thousands to us from former dyspeptics telling of the marvelous en rat ive value of 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erg body 1lIO se o4r mach right in a did drug1y Lion r L A j o Mr Squire Whittaker sold one atthe Lancaster court price 125 Mr Wm Whittaker and Squirc court at Richmond Monday Mr and Mrs Luther Raney Sunday with Mr and Mrs Mike Ray Mr and Mrs Ninton grow Sunday with his sister Miss Mollie GrowBorn to the wife of Mr Jim Mathew an 8 pound girl and has been christen ed Signa Elezebeth Miss Flora Adkerson has returned home after several weeks stay with her sister Mrs Mitch Lavne Mrs Jesse Sherrow and Mr Mrs Lena Ivens spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Wm WLittaker Mr and Mrs Suearengen of Frankford visiting her I LBdatothers Simpson other relatives caster People Hate Potmd That Is True A cold a strain a sudden wrench A little cause may hurt the kidneys Spells of headache often follow irregularity of the urine A certain remedy for such attacks that every call Is Doaus Kidney Pills a true spec ificThousands of people relyupon it Hereis one case Simon Rathe E Main Stanford Kv says Some years I used Doans Pills with results In 1900 I met with an ccident which brought oh a recur euce of kidney complaint I sufficiently so that I could work back remained very weak When doing anything that required looping my baek bjcame very lame and painful Remembering what oans Kitfney Pills had done for me I procured a box and they rave me great relief Doaus Kidney have my highest endorsement For sale by all dealers Price 50 FosterMilburn Ca Y sole agents for the United Remember the name tfoans and no other 1m Buisness at church Sat 11 oclock JEhe Ladies Working Society will with Miss Sue Sutton next Thursdays Miss of Middlesborough is pending several weeks with Iie Mrs Claud party last Thursday evening in honor of her Mr Arnold Rev Jones of Louisville will preach Mt Hebron next Sunday morning Miss Georgia Dunn went to Eddy last Friday where she will stay three weeks doing prison work Mr Bob Rout spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs F Rout near Lexington Mrs Noah Marcee and sou Tom returned from visit to her Mr and Mrs Turner at Henry Tomlinson was kicked by a mule leaving his flesh considerable bruised but fortunately no bones were brokenDr W Porter has concelled his engagement to lecture at the church so there will be no lecture as was announced in last weeks Record NOT SORRY FOR BLUNDER If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I a doomed victim of consumption I might not be alive writes D T Sanders of Har odsburg Ky but for years they saw attempt to cure a lung racking cough fail At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effect was Itsoon stopped the cough and am now in better health than I have for years This wonderful lifesa ver is an unrivaled remedy for coughs lagrippe asthma croup whooping cough or weak lungs 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Son 1m GILES Subscribe for 100 per FotestBtapp is very sick CbarleSMunffiY Stotts some hemp seed at 150 per bushel Mrs Robert Long and handsome little son were in Lexington last week ifrandHrs Joe Davis of Madison were Baymon Davis last week We are glad to report that Mrs John has been very sick is visiting her Mr and Mrs Ray last week We are sorry to report that Haz 1 md Mrs Baymon The little son of Mr and Mrs nond Davtetyho has been very Ijw wifltf we are glad to report Improving SHALL WOMEN VOTE If tbeyjliCUmillions would vote Dr Pills the true reme for women For banishing dull backache or onstipati a dispelling colds impart tObingup the system ri all a Easy safe sure 6cat B H XcBoberU Son 1m Mr Estes and two children horse attended spent and Grover Indare Mary and a ANSWERSflERY CALL This Or some hnswers St ago Kidney good but Pills Buffalo- N States take MARl morning- at meet Tum son Swope a at yule M have Lexington- Mr here waS now every wonderful I had colds ot Mr and Mrs sal rWIll1 m vlslt1Dg Mrs Amon who ij icbUdren the handsome tJl1t Hardy tog ap r s MJ4 f1- 1Loyd Newton et3 3r3ir spent Amedicine carpenter recovered Amy previously cents a ttiliUllt the Perkins bliss Fat gave brother at the usual hour parents hemorrhages r theRecord year HeleajheJlttle daughter improvingPrintes were patens B ilttle daughte7 Davis is very sick Kings News ife fagged feelings headache titelind they HE1V- BINET T 1JE WHO eats the fruit should J at least plant the seed aye If possible a better fruit than that which he has enjoyed 0 thou spendthrift Defray thy debt to world Growths of Mother Earth The liking for vegetables is usual ly a matter of training in childhood and It seems a pity that so many chil dren at a time when tastes formed are deprived of the enjoyment and real benefit which a varied diet gives because the parent lacks appreciation of the value vegetables as food There is no excuse for monotony the are served for with thought a different arrangement and preparation may give variety each day in the month Vegetables contain salts and miner al matter valuable in the blood otherfood principles and water in abundance The cellulose or woody fiber In vegetables give the necessary bulk to our food We need as Kipling says Bulk in our insides Spinach has been called the broom of the system It contains iron and other minerals making it a valuable vegetable for spring use Asparagus is a food and a medicine as is celery and rhubarb Dandelion Is a green vegetable salad plant valuable for a spring green It may be cooked like spin ach served with hard cooked eggs or fresh with French dressing If bleached by laying boards over the dandelion plants early in the spring they are especially tender and nice to serve Cress may be early from the brooks and is another salad plant eat alone or In with dandelion lettuce or with onions unit radishes It makes a most attractive v salad The radishes and onions sliced very thin and heaped on the bed of cress French dressing may be served with this Salad o r Cheese Is food that needs to be cooked at a low temperature Too much or too prolonged heat renders it tough and The of a rarebit de pends upon the stirring which must be continuous Proud of It The this Thomas I hear my dogs been fighting again Thomas the gardener sir and dont he Cant Convict Him Paw what Is a safe blower The man who brags about the size of the fish he hooked but didnt land STONE Mr Elmer Est Is improving each day C S Sanders and family visited last week in Valley View Mr J II Green visited his son at Lexington a few days ago Angle Sanders was at the Sanitari um at Crab Orchard several days Robert Long sold Jim Parks col two yearling steers at forty dollars Ben Shearer sold to Hiram Ray one sow and six pigs for thirtyeight dol lars Somerset visited his daughter Mrs Viola Fayne of Stone recentlyMr Evans and wife went to Buena Vista to see their daughter Mrs Duncan who is sick Mrs Robert Long and son accom panied by Miss Annie Hardwick went to Lexington last week shopping Mrs Mollie Fayne was called to Bow ling Green to be at the funeral of her brother who died suddenly of heart trouble AvoidTrouble lido wfcei tkrealeiei skill take Ciriii iprevent tte Vii U jm 4 lice CMittM ft wffl save ytm Kk pata aid misery ThMsaiishave frieiCariiitelire CMM fMrt It saute Hkfcris Mexfti M writes 11ftreiteiei will kelpei mt atre tha ay fter NiT iavtB afiMfeeaHiy Wy Itttt kitw if Iiifejuk trMMes art I whfc al Mtterfcfl iw CelCarW StU everywhere the Common I of in besides obtainedvery goo are I smoothness MasterHows ImprovePunch D Milk a IIIe rreeemfIt CARDUI JeIf was alllsb Itt n fi j4 1t are vegetable way thgy combination Hints Yes Leslie Mat Folgerof iliisbat t eui leave 1- twiierM Taken el I alt WiieilCar C ke i st lire ejt L Lt Your Husband Will Be to have you go back to ordinary flour once he has tasted the delicious bread cakes baked from tI1J Unwillingt- o WHITE SWAN FLOUR Why not try sack of It The result will please him and you too The cost of White Swan Flour is no more than that of common Flour Try a sack your next order Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop a I I Jn1JI vAnv I The At 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time Blood Balm B B B purifies the blood does away with every system of catarrh B B B tinglingfluod of warm rich pure blood direct to nerves and parts affected by catarrhal poison giving warmth and strengtb just where it is needed and in this way making a perfect lasting cure of cdtarrh in all its forms Druggist or by express 81 00 per large bottle with directions for botnecure Samplesent free by writing Blood Balm Co Describe your trouble and free medical advice given Sold by V P Frisbie 1m Divorce Trials In Vienna nearly all divorce cases are open to the public and the In every case is given out In open court Publication of divorce cases in St Petersburg is penal of tease Paris allows no publication fines publishers 20 to 500 All Brus sels cases are heard in private In Switzerland the court says whether or sot there shall be publication In Holland is on the quiet same thing in Madrid DR HOAGS Blood and Liver Restorative e J 1 y tile eIIfTIle CeIIIIyfI 30 Tars SAMPLE f sendsa the parallred Ga decision s r IJ L Lsaki Fie Atlanta Everything 1 aa 4 UTW Mimrrnf M HsW Fteifier TIlE RELIABLE REMEDY the nerves makes new rich blood increases appetite More people owe their strength to it than any other rem dy Dont wait buya bottle today SOLD BY F P Frisbie POSTEDThe log to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever at we will prosecute all offenders tc fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Juo M Farra Squire B Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price F Herring W A Price S L Rich W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold W G Anderson H C H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn J 6 Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr W Burnett C G Gay My Farm of 1 66 Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further particu larswrite m- eN H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky Fruit and Shade Trees Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden r free CtUtotue I JesD1un V E W S Embry P Sweeney- Z T Rice Jas Sutton Hamilto- nL fOR No rtlI Sou eky Sir I t r Sc Mrs SALE x rr wi Afts tyA 6 ai4- r r r LIFT UP YOUR EYES AND LOOK By MSMP WILLIAM A QUATLE Text In everything give thanks for this Is the will of God In Jesus Christ concerning you 611 Have we sot set the song of the Christian life to much to the tune of difficulty danger and sorrow In everything give thanks I am pretty certain will in the multitude of in stances be translated as meaning that whatever difficulty or distress enters your life be of grateful mood Do not murmur Be glad through whatever roughness the water wear as we voyage across their uncertain billowsI certain of two things In this matter First that this is how this Scripture Is pretty generally viewed and second this Is not what It does actually mean It does mean that but it means indefinitely more A farm is on a landscape and he who confounds farm and landscape Is not seeing things as they are Difficulties are to be encountered and sorrows are to be met and they are to be met with the mood of manly and womanly resignation to the wideworking will of God But that we are to be for the clouds rather than the sunrise and the noon and the blessed open sky Is to me absurd and a interpretation of the good God our Heavenly Father To be glad on a holiday is as devout as to be sad on a funeral day We shall not need to reset our estimates of God and his will mony with his mood He Is the glad God of outofdoors and the happy singing things whether they be birds or children or women or strong men This anaemic notion of religion Is un wholesome because It Is untrue God gives no assent A good man and great said this In everything give thanks Nobody but a good and great man could have said It The sentiment Is like Mount Lycabettus from whose top all of hlstoried Greece lies under the eyes without straining an eyeball All life lies at the base of a mount of vision and of praise like this In everything give thanks The fact which is meant to be lifted into light at this moment is that there is a devotional element in all things whatsoever We say grace before meals except we be heathen We often say grace before labors and battles without or within and reading of books and taking of journeys and husking corn or going to picnics or a stroll through sun burnt fields for the sheer love of the crisp grass under foot and the hot overheadWe beyond the permis sion of God this thought of devotion or we must be at or prayer meeting or at family prayer to be Those places and occupa tions are greatly good but they do not monopolize the moods of devotion The devotional frame is the deep con sideration Are we open to devotion for all things as Paul was It Is meet to give thanks for the bird voices and a good way to give such thanks is by listening to the voices That is worth weighing To love things enough to give things heed Is a mood of gratitude whereas not to care enough for things to notice them is a firstclass specimen of Ingratitude toward God and his doings The crickets chirp Is a species of poetry which well set the heart singing after Its fashion too Such a little warmth makes the cricket set his heart to song Were we as good at the voicing of our gratitude as the cricket of the hearth what a shout of chorusing would the great God hear from men The religious nature Is wiser and wider than many religious folk are given to supposing Christianity is generosity Thank God How often have I found my own given to that gust of gratitude thank God And I am not slow to believe God hears such prayer and smiles with gladness to hear it Why should we not give thanks for the finding of a wild flower or the striking graceful ness of a child at play or the toss of apple branches lit with bloom or the blue jays note with its musical un Buaicality No secularities are just theme for praise and prayer We have no call to ask for things for which we have not call to answer to God ia spon taneous words of thanks I thank you is a phrase which the debonair use frequently Courtesy is a good habit for a body own sake To be genteel is a soulInstinct of fineness and if a man or a woman lived alone and broke bread with himself al though such a way of living Is not necessary or to be desired If oe is alone and has no relatives then should such a one borrow some child or better some homeless body human not feline nor canine to keep alive the humaneness in ones own soul he would do well to say 1 thank you when he passes food to himself for BO would the method of good warmers be kept alive and the social impulse would be hearkened to Father I thank thee says the Christ and fa everything glee thanks says his brainiest follower And for one I will take this advice and will fiad provision for devotion fa everything books folks church snag tears and cares And for the least and largest to the God and Father ef lord Jesus Christ will make my aJeratkra fpr the Christ my Savisw as my King Tee Busy Thinking Ts It tree that he Is very aboest 1 h dl y it tol A that car wm dew faft his arm last year aa4 h Mt yet hrMght stt ref JUMUJM I MW fee nut fctitfn ken haat the ywtsxfey 1 a that 4is nesMN charttahfe SOOT she had tea her MS by a Mttto w e-c I Cri grateful listless concerning us before we are In har de- votionaL altar bat TIle besets jifI I I 1Lere1 These church rosy somebody tar weir K ashWarier w B get sting M f jre THE AMATEUR GARDENER rye planted the peas Ive set out some slips In the sun Im wondering now with a carefurrowed brown What the Job will be like hen If done The names that are written In Latin Ive studied with scrupulous Ive mixed up the seeds of all kinds of breeds And scattered en everywhere The scheme will work out beyond ju tlon In a highly original way The humble stringbean by sfde will be seen With the pink and the poppy so gay But I tremble to think of the finish As over the garden I Will they call me to eat the potudas m sweet While tomato plants stand In a Mud Plata Yes said the naa who had been down the Mississippi ytfu have some fine swimming holes around St LouisThen you took a dip spoke up the St Louis man And tityou do after enjoying a good the broad I went home and took a bath A ROYAL WEDDING 7 LtJ lathe care I YIIM w t iwIa In Mississippi rose bed aide r gas Mr saw Willie Bumble Bee last night and he had a royal skate o Mrs wonder his sister was married to Mr King Bee yester day Too Much Kneeling Along the beach the chappies stand With fancy canes and towsers Some bag a handsome heiress and Some merely bag their trousers Playing Safe There was a youth in our his name my memory slips who reared hed kissed some microbes from off his sweethearts lips When he found what he had done with all his might and main he rushed back the following night and kissed em oa again Poor Mr Staylate I must have been born to be a great commander boasted the youth Everything I say goes Oh If you were only like what you say yawned the pretty girl as mli night pealed forth from some belfry Grasping a New Idea- I suppose they threw rice at the newly wedded couple observed the girl with the obtrusive nose Threw it responded the other girl they shot It from guns Possible Explanation Mrs wonder why was created before woman the woman would have somebody to talk to as soon as she got in the game I Imagine AWFUL RUSH THERE WaspI WaspNo tow ChattertonI sera ChattertonSo egotistical neighboring HIM Newstyle ni admit that bas ket ball is a very rough game Miss Oldstyle Then why do yw girls play it Miss It fits a girl ferso ciety functions when she has her way to the refreshment table While Ma Dooo liAn summer she has kept her sleeve Rolled arms are brow But home again with work to do She promptly rolls them dews Could Afford It How rich is he Immensely wealthy Hes had every operation the doctors could think of Inouf Said Is he devoted to his writer He goes shopping with her whs he Bight the ball S4 rHftfl tho 6 TLamks fer de Mawfe miM marked Deity chosen toft take 1m dis cosBsuutrt Tm stwdjim social ooadltisas Mt A Roland An 1 to sW say laadie- srowd Ho acts Mko a skark W U yovra to kiss arotvt Dmft m r tot upher i pJl v p101t r Per OfT i tf riwrc J GoiNfMr r New bat tom yon airae etaWba dy peanr pate perfect Karl wesia y 3 1 4- Sl t 11 AT LOWELL KY ON Tuesday Nov 22 at 10 a m Having decided to from my present I will sell at public auction my household and kitchen furniture consisting of 4 nice iron bedsteads mattresses and springs cooking stove 2 heating stoves dresser chifoneer brussels carpet nice drug get nearly new 1 Ox 12 feet chairs tables etc 1 bug gy 2 sets harness 1 mans saddle Ladies Saddle bridles etc 1 small cannon 4 inch bore 2 sets of spoon moulds these two articles are perhapps the first of the kind ever offered for sale at a Kentucky auctionAt time will offer for sale the following real estate 1 nice 5 room cottage with half acre lot 2 good 4 room cottage half acre lot 3 2 acres fine bottom land on which can be grown enough to bacco in one year to almost pay purchase price The realestate will be sold for cash or on easy to suit purchaser Last but not least would respectfully ask those indebted to us by note or ac count to please call and make immediate payment Dr JOHN A SNOWDEN Col WT Auct LOWELL KY Before December For the Penalty on at that time Moneg Time and Trouble Remember iiew law compells the Sheriff to settle i 5 fug by December 1st or pay the penalty JK tit r T BALLARD County r- Jo II 7 i t rB I payment I KING J f 1st goes eve the K j i Ji 1L w rtLic SALE remove location r 1 DO IT NOW Your if revenue Gi Sheriff of Garrard a The Place 4 j2 I 1 111a RA 8 This Js to get You elothes r r- T f- e 1 1 I 4- I3ecause OUR MERCHANDISE IS PRICES RIGHT STYLES CORRECT DEPENd rt lOUR t I t1 The You Buy Means Quite Considerable Outlay It is your desire to gat and our desire to give every possible cents worth of real value for every dollar you spend for clothes That we do give you real value for the money we will prove to you conclusively if you will the opportunity Is it not to your own best interest to grant the opportunity Stylish New Suits and Coats from 1000 to 4000 A Pretty New Line of Furs now on Display Mercantile CompanySt- yle Store for Ladies Where Quality I Cloth s r 16 at store the most Y I I I 1 The joseph tsv IsM this gives i Gossip About People vev I A Brief Mention of the and Goings Ly Those Viz Arc interested In MrT M Willson was a visitor here SundayMiss Reid has returned to her home in Texas Russell Brown of Stanford is visiting his cousin Cecl Brown the W C T U met with Mrs George Patterson Mrs W O was in Richmond Idoudny the guest of relative0 The Misses Gill entertained the Sewing Circle Friday afternoon Mrs Sallie Miret is in Mount Yer nun the guest of M is Mary Conn Mrs Joe Ilagan of Madison is with her sister Mrs John Ross for a visit The Misses McWhorter of Paint Lick are guest of Miss Stella Hendren Duke GoodHe of Springfield is the guest or his cousin Mrs W A Arnold Miss Allie Yiinlis is in Stanford visiting her cousin Miss Bessie Yau 1 L Beazley of Stanford was with and Mrs James A Beazley Mrs W K Cook and son Robinson vere visitors in the Falls City the past weekMrs Harry Embry of Shelbyville 111 is the guest of Mr and Mrs W S EmbryThe annual box was shipped to llindmau W C T U Settlement School Miss Edna Kavanaugh has returnee from a visit to Miss Berta Jean Penny of StanfordMessrs and X B Price were with Dr and Mrs S P Grant of Dan ville Sunday Mrs A Langford of Richmond was with Mrs Parker Gregory as a recent guest Mrs O A Hendren of Madison has been visiting her parents Mr and Mis J P Prather M D Hughes was in the Falls City for a visit of several days with his son R E Hughes Miss Betie West is at home after a visit to her sister Mrs George Robin sun of Danville Mrs George Bruce of New York has been a recent guest of her sister Mrs James a Royston taster C W Clark of visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs Sam Bourne Mss Ressie Singleton left last week for a visit to Mr and Mrs C K Old ham of Mt Sterling Mrs Mattie P Fiisbic left Sunday bur a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs W C Price of Danville Miss Anna Rogers who has been visiting Miss Mary Dot has returned to her home in Lexington Mrs George Robinson of Danvile was with her mother Mrs Rebecca West the first of the week Mrs Powell Duncan of Nicholasvill1 has been the recent guest of her dau ghter Mrs S G Haselden I I fi l f I The laalesof nine 1 4f I vis lr y W Lexington- i I r Comings i I Sunday t e JlLss Halite Brown is at home from a protracted visit to relatives hi Coffey ville Kansas and Missouri Mssrs Walker and A W Ivavanauuh were in Richmond this week for a several days visit Mrs Jesse ArnoH has returned to her home in Frank fort after a visit to her mother Mrs Ella Bettis A number of cases of pnemnonU are reported in the country In one three members are ill of it Miss Lee Denny was hostess of the embroidery club Friday n joii at her pretty country home Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford was the weekend guest of her inters Mrs R iI Batson and Miss Susie Hilton Mrs W Ross Bastin was hostess for tie Missionary Circle Tnurcday after noun at her home on Lexington street Miss Anna Rogers left Sunday for her home in Lexington after a pleas ant visit to her friend Miss Mary Do tyMiss Kate Davy of Lexington ar rived last week and will spend the winter with her cousin Mrs Sarah Hurt Mrs D M Lucky formed one of an auto party from Richmond that were visitors in the city of Lexington Tuesday EHer F M Tinder was in Danville the latter part of last week for the being conducted in that city by Mr Small Misses Ossie and Helen Young left Tuesday for Maysvi le where their parents Mr and Mrs J Roe Young have located Miss Rebecca Clark after spending i week with the family of Mr Sam Bourne has returned to her home in Xicnulasviile Messrs R H Batson John M C Denny and Attorney J E Robinson were in Louisville Friday aud Saturday Mrs Wiliim J Romans has been called to the bedside of her sister Mrs Nannie Jennings of McCreary who is reported quite sick of pleurisy Mesdames Ed Price and Fred P Frisbie of the Lancaster Chapter ware in Danville Monday to meet the Kate Morrison Brickinridge Chapter Mrs Sallie Rayburn and grand daughter little Miss Gregory of Rich mond are expected Thanksgiving for a visit to Mr and Mrs Parker Greg ory Misses Delia and Fannie Tinder of the Richmond Normal are expected this week for a visit of several days to their parents Elder and Mrs F M Tinder The following friends were here for the funeral and burial of Mrs Mattie Oneal Monday Mr and Mrs J L Butler of Danville Rev O M Huey Mesdames Edson and Roussin of SomersetMiss a lecturer sent out by the Chautauqua Lyceum delivered a fine address at the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening Her ad dress was well received by the audi ence assembled Western Horses For Sale I have 17 good big horses and mares all broken will be in Lancaster house n 1 I until Sunday W Peck j family K tie after Iarm S I I J I milton wes for I at heto ate on nd nd a Rod strung hors ric to 150 ill also the ftauflJrr our onday ArK revival and is t Con etx beat Teachers Associatien The Teachers Association division one met at antioch Saturday Mr Frank Broaddus the genial trustee gave them a cordial welcome The house was tastefully decorated with pictures and autumn leaves The work of the pupils displayed on the wall gave every evidence of an upto date teacher Rev Bush conducted the devotional exercises Miss Big gins read an interesting and instruct ive paper clearly defining the teachers duty Misses Anderson Hendren and Rev 0 P Bush took part in the dicussions The meeting adjourned until one oclock A most bountiful dinner was served One of the attrct ious of the afternoon was a motion song given by Miss Hendrens pupils Miss Stella Hendren gave in a pleas ing manner her method of teaching Primary reading Little Miss Dodo Bourne sang a solo Miss Carrie An derson said she had nc incorrigible bovs therefore it was not necessary to discuss that question Miss Burdeau Furguson gave an interesting talk on School Hygiene Miss Mamie Mc Whorty gave a dialect reading There was quite an assembly of patrons and pupils Amanda Anderson Sec HOG RAISER Are your hogs worth 5 cents per nead We guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from dis ease for 5 cents per head per month It cures Cholera Kills Worms Slim ulates the Appetite Aids Digestion and causes hogs te fatten very rapidly This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout the country Come in and let us tell you about it 2 SOLD BY J R Mount Son Co Fine New Automobile Tires cheap not trust made goods Save you 50 per cent on tire cost Any style bead 28x212 60 30x31375 1780 32x3 12S8 90 34x3 12 19 60 30x4421 70 31x4 22 00 32x4390 34x482680 34x4 15S3170 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 s 30x312 I I BETSYS POINTERS If I were looking for a real good husband I wouldnt have to leave Lan caster to find him You probably know the man I mean The noble man who makes the best husband for any woman on earth is not afraid of a pair of overalls And speaking of Clothing the place to buy is R S BROWNS Ice Cream Soda Water CocaCola Phos phates Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Queiichersat F R I S B I E S D R IIG r 6 t iJt II I iW J rjS s ys yf nn A Waiting Game You let two automobile scorchers get by without saying a word to em Dont worry replied Si Simlin I reckon I know the constable business by lettin a few go pas I set up a feel in of confidence an by an by Ill git a bunch wuth while Gentle Dear me said the pretty girl in the orchard Peaches always cause me to smack my lips Indeed laughed the young man at her side Well there are some peaches that cause me to smack their lips And then he got busy A Hurry Call Im looking for a doctor Can you answer a hurry call If it comes within my province said the physician Im a lung spe cialist you know The boys lungs seem to be all right Its a green apple specialist I want Candid Talk How are you today Feeling well Do you really care a rap Not a rap I merely risked out of politeness that I see was quite wast ed AND GOT TO SMOKING AGAIN r Hint is hard for some people to keep their good resolutions Widow I know It my poor husband died the day after he swore oft Favorite Brands- I cant do without matutinal said Mrs Giltcrest Indeed said Mrs Flubber with a slight air of superiority W use Queen of the Harem LITTLE BUT ACTIVE c cc Friendit smoking coffee HSNOVCf It isnt always size that wins For quality counts more than freight The small mosquito takes a man All of ten thousand times his weight And Once Is Enough Do not turn backward Oh Time In your flight We just finished checking Last months bills last night Honors Not All His Of course Mrs was Peary found the north pole but ae never could done it let me tell if he hadnt had those Equi nox dogs along The Natural Output When one sows wild oats what sort of crop does he The natural teiiwt w or ave i i lc r j 1 l Lap ling saying you a gets the rult of his labors to aI tit a rtxt YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN atZimmers Remember Wards good coffee It Call 17 for fresh bystersR Zimmer Dont fail to seq TJrifPeerless Prin Secure your seats at McRoberts for The Peerless PjiriCess The For Rent i9H B sirable down stairs rooms JpS Slormes 1014lf Eight lenox for 25 cents it W D Walker Try the new bt shop and you will never W D Walker2t We have afot of and will pay 26 cents per week V H Ward It 1 will give 26 money and 27 cents in trade this week Mrs Fannie 199 iriitr 1 want to lenda good gentle pony for his keepHuftil April lst1911 W H Ward It Call up 199 for all of new and fresh ingredients lack cake 1111tf Bring meyouir country produce will pay highest market price for same Mrs Fannie Turner 1111tf Any piece of or glassware in our house cost in order to make room large line of Xmas goods WH Ward It The Peerless will appear at the Court House Tuesday evening at 8 p m reserved seats at McRoberts Drug store The ladies of the Presbyterian church will have an exchange at Mr E W Harris store room Thursday Nov 22 beginning at 10 oclock A M I1112L A rare opportunity is offered the peo pie of vicinity in being able to hear e Peerless Princess quartet Dont fail to hear them cenis per pack age 3 25 cents 8 cakes 25 cents and a L lot of tinwara at cost Mrs Turner Depot street Phone 199 1111tf Good PlymoVjrti Rock Cockeralsv Fine Breeders J E Stormes Wasted Organizer O liberal contract Wiite Kentucky Manager 10301041 Drexel Bldg 11 11 2t On Oct black bob tailed cow If to Mrs Sinda Creech on Creek One good Hamilton Organ Will sell at a barg particulars call at this office No 326 tf 18 acres fronting on pike No lie of thriving will sell fro rne acre to 18 acres lust as nany acres as the purchaser wants For further particulars apply to Hughes Swinebroad Lancasaer Ky 2t Showcases light reclining uphol stered chkir whafl invalid chair 12 fcot oak dining with extra adjus table round to 3 panel doors 2ft 10 in by6ft i 6 single light sash 2ft 10 by3 ft fln 2 plate glees 2ft 5 In by 5ft iri 2 plate Rlass 2 ft 4in by 7 ft 5 in 1 plate glass 2 ft 9 in birSft 2 marble slab ft bjft ir 4 pair window shutters 1 ft 51n bj 7 r I I cess Hapit Aid ociet a bazar Dec lh It ar of forg dozenthis I cents eggs k Ptt cess Lancas r d Arbuclde coffee 17 box s rolled s or len x s of granit nd Fa ie for Ie PpiJa Penna Lt h found r turn Bo s j I o phone A saI Tract Of Lad or land Splendid to tlOn Fi ClasS land Improve ents village Sev ral e Y4m IAF- resh oys ers f will give isoap her tit n fog T ner Phone tdsfog I chin four 26 Sale IIA building sites counters 3FOBS elec roller ne le 2 in 1 2 t11la TE Storaaee1014tf N the Paint All wagons look pretty much alike when finished painted and varnished How are you going to know what sort of timber is UNOER THE PAINT Even if you were a wagon expert you couldnt tell There is only one way Buy a wagon built by a maker you know is reliable For nearly sixty years the House of Studebaker has a reputation for building the best wagons made and for absolutely honest dealing Under 1f 7 maintained you know you can depend on the When why take chances with any other We sell ami gnaraatee tie Stwbaer J R Mount Son Co ia Lancaster Ky i I7 ATHENA i UNDERWEAR i from its very nature appeals with force to the womanly woman When she picks it up she realizes tha she has found the underwear she wants As she wears a her opinion is strengthenedSuch such perfect such comfort without bulk have never been combined in underwear to the manufacture of the ATHENA line I fit women previous particular One great point is that this beautiful desirable underwear costs no more than the ordinary illfitting underwear Daintiness elegance refinement without extra cost Without doubt ATHENA is the most desirable underwear we have ever sold for women misses and children Many styles fabrics Window Display At BATSONS STORE and See 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 deeper I vince you moneyby buying Wenscreened t 1 coal we are 1Ib r i0 0 s h c Save high grade from as which seilin w t a- L v t4- Y r fe d k DO s y a You Read the Blue Grass Edition of The Lexington H eral d 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 1 flfl Special Rate to I nilJanuary 11912 P More than fourteen months of a good news and farm paper r combined for the above small amount Order now and get advantage of the full time LEXINGTON HERALDLEXINGTON INCORPORATED KENTUCKY 4i i METAL SHINGLES Laid 20 years ago are as good as new today and have never needed repairs Think of it What other roofing will last as long and look as well Theyre fireproof stormproof and very easily laid They can be laid right over wood shingles if necessary without cre ating dirt or inconvenience For prices and other detailed information apply to James T Hill Agent or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa f General News The populatiin of Iowa is 2 a decrease of 7082 under the popula tion of 1900 Brown defeated Yale at football the score of 21 to 0 Yale was out played from the start The Tennessee Supreme Court hand ed down an opinion holding the inher itance tax act of 1909 to be uncoustitu tionalA of heavy earthquake shocks was recorded at Washington Sunday The total time of the disturbance was six minutes An official decree was issued at Pekin announcing that an imperial parlimeut the first in the history of China would be convoked in 1913 The canal was ordered drained by the Cincinnati police Sunday in an effort to find a clew to the murderer or Mrs Miry Hackney The search was not successful The fiat case of yellow fever ever known in Honolula was discovered aboard the Japanese cruiser Hong Kung which arrived in port Octobei 30 from Manzauillu Mexico The Railroad Securities will begin its investigation of stock and bund issues of railroads in interstate commerce at Washington probably on November 28 M O Chance auditor of the Post office Department in his annual re port recommended retirement with pay for old Goverment clerks He stated the service is in need of young Dr H H Crinpen convicted of the murder of his wife Belle Elmore the actress played his lat card in Lon don and lost Hip appeal from the death sentence was denied and he will bs executed no November 26 The effort to write Statewide pro hibition into the Constitution of the State of New Mexico is expected to come up in toe convention at Santa Fe tbii week The move is strongly opposed by both Republican and Dem ocratic leaders Emperor Nicholas of Russia was the guest of Emperor William of Germany at a hunt in the new preserve of the Kaiser near Oranienburg Fifteen hundred deer and other fuurfooted game were driven to the slaughter by soldiers and foresters State Senator Watkins died at Saturday after suffering latiHi of the heart Senator Watkins was one of the most prominent mem bers of the State Senate and led the fight for the county unit bill at sever al sessions of the Legislature At a Meeting of the City Council of Danville a curfew law was adopted Children under 16 years of age un accompanied by parents or guardian are forbidden upon the streets The law is a stringent one and Mayor J M Wallace has instructed the police department to enforce it to the letter Robert A Crump former cashier of the Federal Banking Company which failed several months ago in Mexico City was sentenced to twelve years inprisoBBMBt following bis conviction for embezzling 968000 from the in ti tHtiofl This is the maximum penalty provided bv Mexican laws The bank was an American bouse The Iaterstate Commerce Commis Non iipbeM the sweeping advance urfeby railroads in clawes sad commodities from Ohio M MiMMtippiRiver crossings to At Jaati iml JUrmiaKbam since August L JfftM miMed tbe lIed ty the Georgia ami Alabama Railroad CMmiM sad grata companies a iMt tteAtlaeUc Cost Line Louis by er men J J Sturgis last cot t I a sad other flies 4771 Commission engaged dIx tern macro c Luis INkylik s aj J W Newman of VVoodfoid for the past three years secretary of the Keutuckv State Fair and form erly Stite Senator from the district comprising Woodford Scott and Tessa mine counties made his format announcement for the Democrat ic for Commissioner of Ag riculture which nomination will be made some time the coming year and which office will be tiled by election in November 1911 The Star of Kansas City Mis souri protests against the folly of the defenders of the liquor traffic in Mis souria who point to Kansas as an ex ample of the bad results of prohibi tim It says But the brewers and their friends quite over shoot the mark as usual when they put up the claim that pro hibition has been remous or even harmful to Kansas The conspicuous prosperity of that State knocks to smithereens the argument that itessential to business vitality and is a fruitful source of wealth With out it Kansas has become rich beyond the dream of avarice In plain open view therefore of this fact the liquor zealots at Jefferson City di j liy char acteristic stupidity in pointing to Kansas as a reason why Missouri should continue to maintain oreweries and salons on economic grounds COAL CHEAP 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 n to 140 per bushel at as cheap as you can buy from the minesFresh Clean Eggs 23Jto 24c Chickens 8 to 10 Ducks 9 to toe B B NORTBCOTT DEPOT STREET JIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Shipments 27 CATTLE Shippers Butcher steers extra Common to fair Good to choice Common to fair Cow extra 1003 351 475 6 5 50 575 3 50 4 25 475500 4 00 4 fi5 2753flO 1 Fat trails CALVES extra Common and large HOGS good packers and butchers Mixed packer Common to choice heavy fat sows Ucla shippers 3 5435 440 450 fl 55 fl 7 ro gw 7 75 8 25 8 30 815825 4 75 7 W 5 75 7 75 Goodtocboice Co mo LICE extra 358 65 county Kansas SHckilg whisky 11 wanting SheepReceipts Good to choice f 535 He1f 4 50 r5 440CommonCanner 2 2 5Bulls balogna Extra 4 Fair W good 3 Stags I 79 8 re C Plgila h os 790 SHEEP etttra 3 340 4J t Ii i 2- CeaIae to 1 Ne Exact 50 extra 4 465 50a4 8ibs and lees a fi9 i to fair s eetr leekela 590 fair 4 i9 ti 8 NOTES rP1 PAUI t- ayly Retentive soils ahould be drained Send to market all old hens right A poor milker man or maid Is an abomination in a dairy The shorter the fattening period the greater the profit from the pen If there are any bare places on the lawn now they should be reseeded or resoddedThe is a better implement than the plow for breaking up sod in the orchardThere is a distinct difference be tween weeds and corn There should also be an extinct difference An orchard will live longer bear better and be more profitable for well cultivated and enriched Perhaps the first important factor to consider in dairying is the stable wherein the cattle are to be housed Strawberries should be cultivated the weeds eradicated and the mois ture conserved for late summer drouthWhen the incubator is to be started for late hatches set things in order and run it two days before intrusting the eggs to it The scientific thoughtful farmer works with his head He knows every cow her yield her condition and her profit producing capacity Allow the calf to run with the mother for a day or so immediately after birth The new milk is neces sary to promote a proper digestion Aside from the commercial value of the products from the poultry yard the value of fresh eggs and fine poul try for the table should not be No sane and active poultry keeper will tolerate lice in the nest Place water feed and dust bath where the hen can easily get at them when she daily leaves the nest Unless you secure the guinea and have the young ones hatched un der the hens along with the chicks they are almost certain to become wild and unmanageable Beware of red rust in blackberry or blackcap bushes When seen promptly dig up and burn infected plant being careful not to scatter the fungous dust over healthy bushes Those who have large apple are fortunate if they have evaporators for drying windfall This is a good way to utilize unsalable fruit and thus add to the profits of the orchard Keep your eyes open for better hens You will often see some advertised for sale But steer clear of old worn out stock None over one or at the outside two years old should be bought or kept on the farm For graperot and mildew begin early and spray the vines with mixture at intervals of about two weeks Newlyset grape vines should be allowed to grow only one main shoot which should be tied up When we understand that it twenty tons of moisture to a bushel of corn we will study to make its evaporation as slow as possible as crops suffer more from lack of moisture than from any other single thing It Is quite a temptation sometimes to have a dealer offer you a big price for the best sheep and lambs If you need them in your own herd however you cannot afford to take any price offered Keep the best and make that best better another year Cottonseed meal fed to excess will injure the flavor of butter just as linseed meal in excess will injure the grain and flavor While both of these can be fed to an advantage to dairy cows the best results are pos sible only are used in with other materials Do not neglect to examine the and gooseberrybushes and look for the white eggs of the currant worms and the larva of the currant sawfly If you find any dust the leaves top and under sides with powdered hellebore when the foliage Is wet or put a heaping a gallon of and apply The threeyearold saddle stallion iks Denmark has been sold by J Dunlap of Tennessee for 81500 is one of the last of the get of Denmark and out of the are If uzette one of the daughters of lie Chief by Harrison Chief The oIL will be used for breeding purposes The fine farm of the late Charles one mile from Versailles i the Frankfort turnpike containing 5 acres was sold at public auction i H Yaofiant a Billionaire lon now being eggs orchards apples Bordeaux requires produce whenthey connection currant finely ill tie underestimated tablespoonful water yam F LiELi berman of Ashland formerly of Mich igan at 175 an acre or a total of 44 624 At the public sale of Jerseys R Spann at ShelbvvilJc Ky last Thursday 68 head brought 21 165 to tal average 31148 head imported cat tle brought an average of 30850 The highest price was brought by Noble Peer which sold for 3000 Salt whchbas a lot of Impurity in is on the market It is cheap but it coats too much for any of us to use Only the best is the watchword for the who makes the best but ter At a public sale of stock etc made by Messrs Dunn Ky October 31st brood sows of 200 lb weight brought 40 each Hogs are scarce in that section You can wash a lot of good flavor out of your butter if you not careful Stop at the light point Enough is better than a feast in this respect Jas H Gillespie of Mt Sterling purchased from Chas Scott of Flem ing county a yearling colt by Bourbon Chief for 700 Mr E H Wise of Ky recently sold to Mr Price at Atlanta Ga one pair of fouryearold mare mules for 525 The directors of the Henry County Tenn Fair Association declared a div idend of 10 per cent leaving a neat sum in the treasury The tomato pack of the country this year is estimated to be 3000000 cases below that of last year Early maturity is just as advantage ous to the producer of sheep as to any other stockman in the world Mr ES Schuman bought tweenty mules in Lancaster last Saturday av erage price 130 Bright Fox of Danville bought tour mules at Richmond Courtday pi ice 190 If you fill your churn more than half full you will have a slow hard job of churning Mr J P Bourne bought seven mul es in Richmond Monday Average price 163 There are over 170000000 acre sur der wheat cultivation in the world Mr W B Burton bought three hor ses at Richmond court average 150 Without Resort to Law By Donald Allen Copyright 1910 by Associated Literary Pros Come and put in your vacation with me House in the country Lake Fish Golf Mighty goodlooking girl only eighty rods away Cupid Moon light etc So exJudge Gorman wrote to his nephew Phil Walker Just before col lege vacation The judge was a bach elor sixty years old who had bought a manor house on retiring from the bench He was alone except for his servants and Phil was his favorite nephewJudge Gorman had caught only a brief glimpse of Aileen Travers as she crossed the lawn of her mothers grounds next door Any lawyer could have made a case of false pretenses out of that letter but Phil Walker replied that he would be happy to come Miss Aileen Travers was just two weeks ahead of him on vacation She had got home and settled down for the summer before he was due When at home she was the man about the house She could handle saw or hammer and when the lawn mower got out of kilter she had a way of fixing it up instead of sending it off to town to be tinkered at She reached home on this occasion to find that many things needed her atten tion and among them was the glazing of a pane of glass in the kitchen win dow This was left to the last but the day her mother and little went away to be gone till night the cook was Informed Now then if James got that pane of glass and some putty we will fix that window We shall need the step ladderIts the easiest thing in the world for a smart and goodlooking girl to putty in a pane of glass She first takes out any fragments of the old pane Then she mounts to the top of a stepladder and has the cook hold of W it dairyman at are on sister r average the Easiest Thing in the World while she cuts away the old putty Then the new is set made Miss Aileen set out to accom plish this task x Midafternoon came along while she still working So did Phil Walker Ha was walking out from too toe It pane nand fast t 1 its i f rJ v rru4c4s This Sewing Machine Be Given Away At Our Store Saturday November 26thY- ou get a ticket with every 100 cash purchase or every 1 00 your account if paid now HASELDEN BROS oJ paid on FREEWi- ll exercise He GTJHt know what iiou his uncle lived in and he decided that the sensible thing to do was to make inquiries He rang the bell at the Travis mansion and as he rang he wondered if that mighty goodlook ing girl lived there No answer He thought he heard voices at the rear of the house The sensible thing to do was to go around and find the owners He found them Miss Aileen was standing on the crest of the stepladder sleeves rolled up old skirt on and bareheaded and her hair tousled and flying about Thats the way a glazier glazes The cook was hanging to the step ladder like grim death and throwing out a suggestion now and then and the stage setting was ready when the young college man appeared There was a yell from the cook There was an exclamation from the mistress There was a roar from the family dog who has been held back until this moment to complete a dramatic situ ationThe cook let go The stepladder wabbled Miss Aileen came down Mr Walker stepped backward and it seemed to the dog as if the three people were all mixed up for a Then he took after the one who fled nipped him and chased him off the grounds and down the road where exJudge Gorman standing at his gate threw up his arms and called out What villain dared to set a dog on my favorite nephew Tell me his name that I may give him seven kinds of law Phil thought he understood the case and when he got his breath he tried to explain It was a case of natural cause and effort Let any young man discover a girl puttying in a pane of glass from the top of a stepladder with the family cook braced to pre vent a wabble and the family dog dozing in the sunshine and exclama tions falls and bites must follow Its like the stock market when a report Is circulated that John Doe is dead it creates a flurry He held no one to blameSay replied the uncle when the story had been told that girl on the stepladder must have been the All Dodge Soup Soup is probably the most dish in the luncheon menu of the New York business girl todan She acknowledges that it may be and all that but it simply does nt taste good to her The only time so a down town business girl says that the girls she knows resort to soup is when their finances are at a very low ebb What would astonish you though says this same girl is the number of mothers that think that their daugh ters should eat soup every day and try to persuade them to do it They say soup Is so sustaining Well It is I cant argue as to that But I know soup doesnt taste good and doesnt make any too good a foundation for an work It would be different if we could have soup then a meat dish and then a dessert but very few girls I tell you can afford that So we all cut out soup Probably it disgusts the dietician young just out of college but we all feel know whats best for York Press Helped Himself Old Party Oh Im so glad you to pass this way Ive been assaulted and robbed of everything except my pocket book which they happily overlooked The yer to the tree eh Oorrlble Old Party Yes wasnt it The Geat Cant get loose can yer fellow Old Jjo Fd behere for lififhad to free The Gent Now for yer bloomin a MAP moment I I unpopular nour- Ishing perhaps especially afternoons usNew happened GentTied 6 myself 6 Icii xd has women Party book t1 Last Netice to Tax Payers Remember the new Revenue coinpells the Sheriffs to settle iu run by Dec 1st or pay the G per cent so please pay at once and save all parties trouble G T Ballard Sheriff Garrard Co I FARMERS COLUMN space below this heading is for tbe exclu sive use of our farmer subscribers and is the sale of stock grain cud such things farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver tise No notice will be accepted over lines and will be in two issues of RECORD free of charge For Sale Baled Hay Timothy mixed with Clo ver Delivered in i iesof 10 to a car load Phone Bascon 347 A or write Z T Rice Richmond Ky A pocket book containing some papers and in money Marksbury last Sunday week Add Lewis Marcel us Ky Strayed Came to my place about the 10th day of July a small roan heifer about 500th Owner can have same by paying expenses Mite Robinson Strayed Came to my place about months ago a stray hog weighing about 125 pounds Owner can have same by chargesSid Buckeye Kv For Sale A nice male hog C G Gay McCreary Kentucky Strayed to my place about July 1st one red heifer weighing about 400 lbs Owner can have same by paying ex penses W M Casey 2t Twelve choice meat hogs for sale Phone John W Woods Marksbury Ky Grey mare mute coming two years old Finder please return to John Flat Woods Ky Wanted to hire a good reliable farm hand Must be sober and healthy will hire by and pay a liberal price 1 M Myers Little Things That Count A buoyant brief nod of glad recognition all these things that do not Interfere with attention to duty are of large in making the worlds bulk of good cheer CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Dtsctnry R B Drugstore penalty OIl II 0111 OIIU II u I lJ quaD I Lost valuable 265 paying Lest Hawley induste ions theyear worda smilea little AND WITH fOR c r IAJioJQruuJIJDD r o ewoovcaeooe fo o only th weighing two Importance L THE C MS AllTM IATMft uCTasssa 1- oz McRob its I CARDS i uu UI UCClC Jersey Bull 9son 88421 Season IgIO J W SWEENEY H J TINLEY Count Surveyor 29J Office over F G Hurt furniture store Lancaster Kentucky W T KING 11ctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry yoursales Best of references ooooeoo iveovee ooe- wr I1eniy i PHONE E W Morrow Graduate Opticiaa Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Gaaranteeu M K Denny DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Work Guaranteed Lick KentuckyPaintll13tf DR Win BURNETT Plwsican and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Gut Flowers of QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physical and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Otlice Phone Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The OIly Twt Wife ers k Taw See the tall sign North side Public Square HOUSE J E Robinson IAWYEI Ml CftUiNIY ATTUNE 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 b W Faulkner Vlgr LOOK AND LISTEN For UpToDate Hair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS oo TO HENRY DUNCANS BARBER RICHMOND STREET Office Hours Office over 8 m to 12 1 pm to 4 Stormes Drftjr Score 13 FDENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky I have just opl up a new decn Barber Shop on Lexington street next totbepost office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me Clews Tools Sharp Razors Attemtk JOHN DUNCAN r I I I I I I i 89 M yo nOl os 4 CIo 01 rs seeU usswee off ALTER s z 9