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Fran Titc Land of Row YEAR PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From TFie Land LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1910 NUKBER 32 L TILE CENTRAL RECORD ofEw n Au B U ft I TI- c ft I g j U9 t3 a11 DA I D 73 i f1EAm H 1 iI r t Ni1ii1 g jl qg k5 1 t aJ iw s 4ii s f Let us make you prices I can save you some f I i ti Bft a u tti tiU t7i tiJ ij H j t y t t 1 l f g I tfilfj B Dr IH ft ijJ t t t1 S I r1 i t td g I We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing i riII comi i1 7rr PA 11HJ i l f i r Sf J i 1 y t- P rte 1t eiAc 3 l Jro t v rytt j ioT WTEtrat P N T1h r money a- i1r canon short no icefurnish j A a mil 4Q c e annual Nov 28 Dont fail The Peerless Secure your seats at McRoberts for The Peerless Paincess Mr Bastiiiis having three small houses built on Hamilton Steve Lewis is doing the work Mr W B Burton shipped a car load of mules to the Wilson Live Stock Co ou last Tuesdav He paid an average price of 18500 per head quartet DonG fail to hear them Let us see how your farm produces by bringing in your corn on or before next court day 3600 worth of given away Nov 28 by Gaines the Insurance man The Garrard County Bible Society will meet at the Christian church Sun day night at 715 lIon W I Wil hams will deliver an address Every cordially invited to attend There will be a box supper at Stony I Point Schoolhouse on Saturday night Nov 19 to procure a library for the J school also to help The Kentucky t Childrens Home Society Everyone I is cordially invited as we need all the j help we can get Stony Point School The C W B M has secured the service of Miss Florence Miller for an address Sunday morning Nov 27th at the Christian church Miss Miller is a speaker of ability and has much experience in Mission work in the mountains of Kentucky The pub lie is most cordially invited to this I Mrs H H Grant wife of Dr Hor- I ace Grant of Louisville received from her fathers estate the late William- J Owsley of Cumberland county 30000 and her son Ovsley Grant was given S100i0 by his late grandfather Mrs Grant is a close relative cf Mesdames Eileu Owsley and William R Cook whom she has often visited 9 Eighty five professions with largest results in the church history since its organization is the record of the ser vices at McKendree chapel at Hubble 5 the meeting closing Wednesday night I All churches cordially united in the fj services and all reaped great fruit The pastor has been assisted by Pat j i rick Henry Davis the Irish Evangelist the pastor will receive the converts to church membership next Sunday morning and will not preach at Lan Gaines annual corn show Nov 28 H V 3 3 3 A rare off d the peo pIe of Lancaster In being able to hear The eerless Princess i I I flone i I l a 31 9 2 l J I I i I 2 caster Gaines corn ow Princess n I avenue i opportunity is anti vic ity premiums o 1 r had service SEE OUR NEV lINE M 0r I 1 i are ready to show you all the latest nov S eltles i1 SUITS and OVERCOATS S for Men and Boys s 1 H I LOGAN IW r 0 C1 i1w 0 0- F kire kallh I r Footwear x For Ladies la O- We I 13 That Good Oyster Soup The Baptist ladies will serve oyster soup at Ball Hollzclaws store Tuef day evening Nov 22nd beginning m 15 cents per plate Large Advedsements We call attention to the large ad vertisements of our patrons in weeks issue and ask all our friends subscribers to read them and give merchants the benefit of their trade Help The W C T U The ladies of the W C T U sell tickets on commission for Peerless Princess show which appears at the Court House on next evening This will be a good show and a large crowd is expected Sale Of Town Property x Hughes Swinebroad sold for W Williams his splendid residence Lexington avenue to V A Lear 84550 It is known that Mr Williams and his excellent family will move Tulsa Oklahoma and their departure will be a source of deep regret entire community All will join in welcoming Mr Lear and his family to our city Stanford Court A fairly good crowd was on hand County Court day in although the cold rain made it unpleasant to out There was about 1200 cattle on the market and almost all them sold at three and onehalf to five cenis per pound according to the quality of offerings Nunnellevs stock pens are considered about the best cattle mar ket in the state Evidence of Progress The Danville Advocate says that juries in that count have lost their animosity to railroads and a plaintiff must appear in court with a good case in order to win The time was when one could get a judgement against railroad no matter what the of the or the proof It is a sign of progress that we are get ting away from that Newspapers probably are most resnonsiule for they have educated the people away from the idea that the railroads are outlaws Beheaded About nine oclock Sunday evening Jack Hall and I h Rogers became envolved in a dig te on Main street in Danville ended the by severing gers head from his body a dirk Both par tIes are negroes and it is said they had been gambling drinking and quai reling evening After the murder Sheriff Fox in company with several other citizens went to the home of Hall and after a search of the premises found him hiding in the gar ret The examining trial was held Tuesday Announcement Extraordinary Caldwell College of Danville Ky announce the engagement of Mischa celebrated Russian violinist Josef Hofmann world renowned piar and Mme SchumannHeink great dramatic contralto for three separate recitals to be given in the College Gymnasium on February 6th March and April 13th respectively at P M The season ticket sale is now on reserved seats for the three begin given with season tickets The price is 500 for the three concerts the single admission will be 200 250 and 300 with reserved seats Reservation made by applying to Mr Martin Reid Jr Director of the Music of Caldwell College Ky Charming Lecture There has not been such a literary treat for Lancastrians in years as was enjoyed by a good sized audience at Presbyterian church when Miss Nettie Hamilton Field Secretary of Chautauqua Lyceum delivered her Inimatable address The Evolution Democracy shown in the the Euglish Poet Miss Hamilton also greatly enter tained the pupils of the Lancaster High School oy her charming lecture Woodsworth This gifted young woman was also enjoyed sociality meeting a select intellectual circle at six oclok dinner given by Misses Martha and Helen Gill and also being entertained at a sumptuous repast in home of Mrs F P Frisbie Big Day Fr Old Soldiers The big pot was put into the little last Friday and the Old Soldiers enjoyed themselves to the fullest at home of Thomp M Arnold on the Lexington pike Never before was a better dinner prepared and the Old Boys had a big day discussing old in their pleasant manners and of experiences that the generation have never or ever will Besides Mr Arnolds family following Old Soldiers were pres entCapt John G Doty age 82 Ezekiel Norman age 75 Rev G W age 74 J H Arnold age 72 W Dunn age 72 T M Arnold age 72 M Myers age 71 Jerone Tinsley 71 Capt J A Doty age 70 B M Lear age 70 R R Denton age 68 Homer Tinsley age 67 J W Royston age 66 at 4 p this and will the I on for to tothe us good be the a peW ion and 1 ist 21st 830 performances price no maybe Department Danville the the of Writings- of on a the one the times telling younger know the G I 1 the Tuesday stanford allegation r altercation during the El man Thompson age The bird law was out Nov 15th Quite a number of people have been wasting ainunition The Peerhss will appear a the Court evening S p in reserved scats at McRoberts Drug store The ladies of the Presbyterian church will have an exchange at Mr E W Harris store room Nov 22 beginning at 10 oclock A M 111121 3600 2000 1st 1000 2nd 500 hat Central Rec ord one year 4th given for best 1 doz en ears corn any variety next day Nov 28 by Ed C Gaines the in surance man Burton Vance Louisville Times It is the talk among people who in a position to know tnat neither Homer Butson nor Robert Bingham would accept the appointment to the vacancy caused by the election of Judge Shackelford Miller to the Court of A ppeals Mr practice is said to be of such proportions that he would not care to surrender it for a judge ship of one year with the possible chance of being elected for four addi tional years Mr Bingham is also a member of a nourishing law firm with no desire for a oneyear judgship This leaves Burton Vance former law partner of Gov Wilson with a clear field There are some who say that Gov Wilson may appoint Mr Bingham who will decline the honor which then will go to Mr Vance Dr A D Price one of the best known physicians of Central and one of the most esteemed cit zees of Mercer county died at his home in Harrodsburg at 730 oclock Firiay night of a complication of dis eases He was in the seventieth year of his age and was a native of Mercer County and had spent all of his life there lie had been practicing medi cine in Harrodsburg since his gradu ationDr Price had for many years been a member of tIle First Presbyterian church in Harrodsburg and was a of the Danville Chapter in Mason ry The funeral took place Sunday after noon interment in the Spring Hill Cemetery of Harrodsburg The had charge of the services at the grave Doctors Burnett Kinnaird and Mr J W Emore attended the fu neral Novel Scheme A despatch from Tacoma Wash has the following to say Not satisfi ed with resting on her laurels as one of the very prettiest girls in Tacoma Miss Lavone Livingstone who is twenty years old has made an an nouncement which places her in the front rank of philanthropists her action on the assumption that there are at least 10000 men in the United States each of whom would be willing to be married if he could get a wife for Miss Livingstone has a chance marriage for the 10000 for the not exorbitant price of 5 Leach Having lived in Virginia and in Petoskey Mich before coming to Miss Livingston says she knows enough about men to feel sure that 10000 of them are willing to give 1 a chance on a happy home If an acceptable candidate gets her will take her and 5000 If the selection is so ungallant as to decline marry he will forfeit the 5000 he might have with the his bride On other hand if he is not up to the and specifications favored by Miss Livingstone she thanks release the agreement for 5000 will be bargain and she will forfeit her 85 and let the man go out and pick wife Fox Hut The National Fox Hunters will hold its seventeenth annual field trials and third annual bench at a meeting which will begin Nov 18th at Crab Orchard Springs The meetings will not only attended by fox hunters from all of the United States but will e a notable social affair and will be attended by many of the most society people of the country Mr and Mrs Owen Tyler will chap eron a party from Louisville Gen Williams and Mrs Williams Misses Marion and Kathleen Mulligan Miss Fannie Reed will be among from Lexington Mr and Mrs Greenleaf will bring a party of young people from Richmond Mr and Samuel Woodridge will head a of young men and women from Versailles and parties from Boston York Washington Philadelphia other Eastern cities will also be in attendanceMost fox hunters of old Gar will be on hand including the Walkers of the Paint Lick section who have some of the best dogs in the world The Derby comes oft Friday the Bench Show Saturday and tbe all age stake starts Tuesday and will proba week J House Tuesday at Tuesday tarpau n overcoat 3r 1 L00 I court are Batsons law Price member 1 TaIcoma for he to the plans from a 000 his own Association show Friday be parts Roger D and those Jack Mrs group New and rard last aU c JjI cess Kentucky Masons Basing arranged prominent q r n 11 ltlStJJl 0X0Jl S 1 Ljl m S aiZ1 fcIo Q a Court House November22 1 IS i- T O Vf Efer S i tai Ezrs t We BEST HEATER MADE Gone and we will show you why Itt i iiA a f13 ti ion f iJ g b 1 f t1tcJeJ rU fill t1 t r f cJ ya BROS1 with the late improvements is the and Lightest Running Wagon made See me before you buy J ROMANS Lancasfer Kentucky CLOAKS CLOAKS The handsomest line we have ever had Must see to appreciate them Come and examine and price them R H BATSON T WalrondO J ttIJMJIftmjt I If2Joaks I 1 I 1 I a a I RrAw US THAT DOLLARPAY 4 FRESH GROCERIES PROMPT DELIVERY NEW GROCERY arid MEAT MABZET c LC I I Fresh Groceries We have Just purchased the large Grocery Stock and Meat Market formally owned by W D Walker and adjoining The National Bank and H T Logans Store We deliver Groceries and Meat to anyone in town Give us a trial phone 181 We also want all your produce including Eggs Butter Meats of all kinds dressed turkeys etc We pay for Eggs this week in cash 27cts in trade 28cts For good butter 20cts We are in business to stay and to give everyone a fair deal We only ask a reasonable profit on our goods and shall at all times make our customers satisfied I Fresh Meats promptly H We Want to Please Our Customers CENTRAL RECORD 1XCORPOUATED ISSUED WEEKLY JUKI A YEAR GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Emend at the Pott Gce in Lancaster Ky of Secondelds Mali Matter Member Ky Press Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky November 18 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 1 For Cards per line 1 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 Hon Charles A Ilardin a candidate foi Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial at the November election 1111 subject to the action of the party TkTms Offer During the last dozen years we have sees the influence of that class of great corporations that look for in Federal legislation to increase their earnings steadily grow says the Kentucky State Journal Arid as it has gained in its hold upon the party in power it has giown in boldness and insolence Only a few years since Mr Lippett of the cotton goods combine who is slated to succeed Aldrich in the Senate boasted before a of Congress that he wrote the cot ton scheduled in the Dingley bill common had such things become that this remarkable statement ouly a very mild sensation The Democratic leaders raised their voices in protest against the infamy o the thing but they were promptly brand ed either as doctrinaries or Continued acquiescence in this character of evil so benumbed the pub lie conscience that the spectacle of a President of the United States sending for the beads of the Trusts and asking them to raise a corruption fund to se cure his own reelection was looked on with easy complacency by a large of the people Following this Aldrich and Guggenheim raised the tariff on manufactured rubber for the benefit of the Rubber Trust in which they field millions of dollars of stock And as an evidence that even this was not regarded by the party iu power as a crime we find President Taft after all this bad praising Aldrich as a states man Tne situation had become not only alarming but discourageing to those who had never ceased to denounce the shame and horror of it all But at a titna when the picture looked darkest the American people seemed to begin realizing the enormity of the dangers tbat surrounded them and here and there an occasional hopeful sign appeared Two or three special elections for Congress showed those who bad borne the beat and burden of tbe long fight for the peoples rights that tbey could at last expect some help from the people themselves With this encouragement the fight was renewed all along the line the citadels of corruption masquerading wader the name of protection were stormed the people stopped toanalyze a certain piece of heroworshiping they had been chafed in stared a few plaia Association- and For County interest District Democrat- Ic committee ands anarchists happened just favoritism created percentage unblushingly LANCASTER KENTUCKY E 1M Ivtr Wa1ker Co I facts in the face laughed at their own stupidity in the past and then pro ceeded to tear the lions skin from the donkey whose imitation of roar had so long deceived the tide had turned I No man can say how long the people will remember the lesson they have learned at so great a cost but they have at least learned it and learned it I well and this a tremendous gain Certainly for a while at least we j shall remember that this is the peo pies government and that they can j run fc when they wsh to do so Judge Batson We have heard a great many persons say that Mr Bingham the defeated re publican candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals ran a remarkable race against such a good man as Judge ShackeSford Miller One wav to ac count for this race is that Judge Ho mer W Batson one of the very best and smartest lawyers in the whole city or Louisville was chairman of the re publican campaign committee and through his capable management and hard work Mr Bingham ran a much better race than if he had been such an efficient chaii man and The Louisville Times has the following to say along this line Former Circuit Homer W Batson was the chairman of the Campaign Committee and Robert W the Republican nominee for Judge of the Court of was an aggressive fighter Un doubteoly they were the leading spirits in making the organization are giving them and their associ ates due credit Judge Batson has been known to be an exceedingly able man but his cleverness along lines of organization was notsuspected As a campaigner the Democrats say he has D W Fairleigh Charles L Scholl and the others lashed to the mast and that he is ii a class by so far as local Republicans are concerned The quietness smooth ness and silence io which the campaign was conducted remind ed the older heads of the methods of George D Todd and Charles E Sapp back in the olden days when that pair was such a terror to the Democrats Along this line the Evening Post has the following to say Judge Batsons work to the task of and those manifold duties fall upon a chairman of a campaign committee in a hardfought contest The Evening Post has seen many chairmen in antiMachine fights in Louisville and never a stronger more sagacious more tireless leader than Judge Batson He gave up weeks of his time to the work he supervised the work of every committee he Lar monized lactions he caused old feuds to be forgotton at every stage of the canvass he showed ability courage and energy Repdbficai Papers Agakst Powers Editor J W Stevenson of the Re publican Mountain Echo published atTaylors capital of Kentucky that to say London calls loudly upon Congress to refuse to permit Caleb Powers to sit in the august body He says that he believed he was guilty of conspiracy in the foulest most damnable most heinous most diabolical crime that ever dark Kentuckys history and therefore if be understands the of the law guilty of murder and worthy to be executed for the cominis the dastardly crime instead of sitting in the seat of the mighty that a man who has been three times convicted of a dastardly crime and never acquitted ther or is not fit to represent the splendid citizenship of the mountains in any capacity that innocent children should not have this stigma placed upon them j I themand i I I I I 1 I J I Judge I Republican Biu ham 1 I I I I I Republican I was confined organization i e n e d letter of adding belittle i without organizer Appeals Democrats always himself Sends Ion that they should not be made to look back when they have reached maturi ty and be made to blush at having such a representative Editor Stevenson says he has given the matter much thought and feels that he has arrived at a conclusion both certain and right that the high minded body of lawmakers when they assemble in Washington on March fourth next should refuse to seat Powers and thus save the district and S ate the stigma of being represented a man who had been thrice convict ii of conspiracy in the murder of a flow mortal and never acquitted Most of the good democrats and A great many rcpubiicans agree with Editor Stevenson Caleb Powers hopes may yet be in vain Breaks Silence The following statement by Theo dore Roosevelt his first comment since the recent elections will appear in the forthcoming issue of the maga zine with which he is connected On every hand personally and by correspondence I have been asked to make a statement regarding the elect lou So far as I am concerned I have nothing whatever to add to or from the declaration of princi ples which I have made in the Oss awatomie speech or elsewhere east and west during the past three months The ll ht for progressive popular government has merely begun and will certainly go on to a trumph ant conclusion in si ite of initial checks and irrespective of the person al successor failure of individual lead ers Many persons feel offended because their comings and goings are not men tioned while those of others are and wonder what the matter can be The explanation of the matter is that the editor means to be impartial but some escape mention The likes and dis likes of an editor have nothing to do with it and while it is not pretended that the editor is more than human he knows that the success of his paper depends on his fairness and to all It is the best way always when a notice is desired to mention it to the or communicate through the post office No one feels worse a bout any seeming neglect or partial performance of duty than editor himself I Having enjeyed our rooster week we are now looking forward to turkey Civic Notes It will no doubt be of some interest to know that the Womans Club has recently planted twenty trees in our town The locations selected are along the streets where shade is most needed and several within the school grounds This is but the beginning a plan that promises to be a pleasure to the people and a pride to the club A neighboring citys club has pro proposed that the cub at Lancaster meet it half way with a continuous line of the beautiful Tulip Poplars the tree selected by the Federal clubs of Kentucky for street and wayside plantingThe of the Womans Clubs in scope activity and efficiency is remarkable Indeed it is the most potent factor in the altruistic move went of the age It is a sort of spiritual evolution in which small and personal effort is changed into a great and civic force The wisdom of the ages has round that it is only what one gives away that one ever really possesses and the Womans Clubs have proven it again To the one who is the means of bringing cleanliness and out of the dirt and confusion her town or by saving some natur 1 beauty or historic landmark from de acquires a poise a security a knowledge cf ber capability that j j I I I I I I I I I the order int stroct ion f g tj f 1 I I try takeaway impartiality editor y r s I i strengthens the fiber of her life and will become a valued asset to the race The Womans Clubs are beginning to be a recognized civic power It was the New Jersey Federation that saved the Palisades And it was the effort of the general federation that passed the pure foul bill The clubs that have come to believe in doing rather than Dante in being rather than Browning find in civic la bor a field close at hand and one that cries out to be tilled Many miles of dusty highways to be shaded many trees to be planted Honest Administration John A Dix the Gorernoralect at his first public apppearance since his victory at the polls pledged himself to an honest administration untouched by any influence but his duty to the Whole people His first problem he said would be administrative reforms and retrenchment in expenses lie said in part Our party hits taken upon itself a great responsibility ann if we are to bear well that responsibility and well the duties of State admin istration itcan be only by the devotion counsel and cooperation of all good citizens One of the first problems will be reform in the administration of affairs in this state Alongside and quite as important will be retrenchment that we may restore again the conditions under which a public dollar shall have as much purchasing power as a pri vate dollar It is not necessary to remind you that unnecessary taxation shall be held an unjust taxation that public trust shall have the same high sense of duty as is required of private truth that those who have betrayed the trust reposed in them by their fellow citizens shall be driven from public life Charmed With High Bridge Dr Ira Remsen M D and L L D President of Johns Hopkins University of Baltimore after ad dressing the students of Central in Danville Friday afternoon was motored with a party of prom nent citizens to High Bridge which spans the Kentucky river on the Q C Route and thence to the Old Sha ker Village and to Ilarrodsburg the oldest town in the State Dr Remsen who has traveled in all parts of the civilized world declared the scenery around High Bridge to be unsurpassed by the mist picturesque section of Switzerland and other lands noted for grand natural scenic pictures Dr Remson too was deiighted with old Shakertown only a short distance away from the bridge and with Harrodsburg Nut in all his tray els had Dr Remsen seen anything quite so wonderful as the High Bridge itself and he viewed it with scrutiny and great interest He said tnat High Bridge is one of Kentuckys acneve ments that has given her internation al prestige In the party with Dr Remsen were Dr F W Hinitt presi dent of Central University Dr John C Acheson president of Caldwell Col lege Dr professor of Chemistry in Georgetown College Dr Friend Clarke professor of Cnemistry in Central University Dr J R Cowan of Danville Mr R M Trimble and Mr Floyd Frazier of Mt Sterling and Mr Floyd Laswell of Owensboro Fine New Automobile Tires cheap not trust made goods Save you 50 per cent on tire cost Any style bead 28x2812 60 30x313 75 1780 32x3 12S8 90 34x3 121960 30x421 70 31x4 22 00 32x4390 34x42680 34x4 1583170 Dunlops 15 per cent additional Tubes 15 per cent less prices No shoddy Prompt shipments C 0 D allowing examination 5 per cent dis count for cash with order GEYER SALES CO Dayton Ohio forcea I I I Ph D I Garnett Ryland I 30x312 perform Un- Iversity historic ban standard odds home COlt have a o1faJ 1 I I e i r iii Q Iyy YOUR DOLLAR Will come back toy u if you spend it at home It is gone forever if you send it to the Mail Order House A glance through our ad vertising Columns will give you an idea whereit will buy thee most r bA i J J aa rs t J r FRESH MEATS Give Us A Fair Trial Good Piano C Ej cant afford to buy a good piano and I dont 1 want to invest in a poor S3 G y a record of 50000 satisfied buyers at home Atiding schools institu tions colleges etc F ill one andabroad r notmil ti if1t Vam1lion I II lam The attractive price at which this instrument is sold would not be possible were it not for the unussial facilities of its makers The Hamilton Piaio Factory I has the most modern equipment and is one of the largest in the United States I Ithas allthe advantages and ts ofanorganization unequalled inthe piano world You must hear tills piano to realize how distinctly better it 13 than any oilier II III b Stt I 1 t = instrument at a like price to appreciate satisfactory and lusting valve k will give you We have a beautiful assortment of styles 1 now en display 1 Free beginning today Sengs of the Sunny South thirteen old melodies iu in book forth words and music complete Ifnot convenient to call HH out and mail the coupon I F G Hurt hat I I ous i I II rr 4 1 J me a copy of Songs of the Sunny ns Ia II Nome I I If possible give us below the name of you thilk should a pino t wants a player piano Your name be used Name Address I I f 7 r jI rJfS jilJm iiljJll2 7ri1g DO YOU SMOKE ImJ I We have a nice line of 11 Pipes Call and see them DRUG STORE IIffiJfflii Iiif J itI Send c South ofered yczradvcrttisciuent e v t Address someouc i aie new or will not n Z r f iL FRISI3IESI J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY It I i tIIIIIIIIU I CARDS I UIlIl1I1I1I Jersey Bull Ilcniy Simpson 88421 Season 1910 J w J TINSLEY J- Otftce over F G Hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky W T KING LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references T SWEENEY- li Count Surveyor PHONE Auctioneer W Morrow Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed t MKDennyI E DENTIST I Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed KentuckyPaint Lick1110tL DR Win BURNETT Piwsican and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physical aid Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 8U Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave He My Twt Wife hiss h Twm See the tall sign North side of Public Square M HOUSE J E Robinson uwra MI cam ATTMNEY 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 Shoe Repairing Phone 340 Public Square Second band clothes sold on commission fe W Faulkner fllgr LOOK AND LISTEN For UpToDate Hair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS GO TO HENRY DUNCANS BARBER SHOP ON RICHMOND STREET I ffJI 11 I I I I S i J r Office Hours S XL to 12 1pm to 4 Stormes Dreg Store Olice over DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky I have just opened up a new dean Barber Shop OB Lexington street next tothepott office a d have my friends to call aod see me Clean Took Sbp Razors dose Attention JOHN DUNCAN B F WALTER I wHo ROT SORRY FOR BLUNDER If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I was a doomed victim of consumption I might not be alive now writes D T Sanders of Har rcdsburg KY but for years they saw every attempt to cure a lung racking cough fail At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effect was won derful Itsoon stopped the cough and I am now in better health than I have had for years This wonderful ver is an unrivaled remedy for coughs colds lagrippe asthma croup hem orrhages whooping cough or weak lungs Sue 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by B McRoberts Sun 1m PAINT LICK Miss Nellie Rice was in Berea last SundayMrs L Wallace spent last Mon day in Lancaster Dr Treadway who has been quite sick is able to be out again Mr W F Champ of Lancaster was with friends here last Wednesday- Mr W D Feltuer of London was the guest of friends here Sunday Mrs Jennie Baker of is the guest of relatives and friends Mr A B Hendrick who has been sick for several weeks is able to be out againMr ArvUIe Arnold of Sulpher Ky has accepted a position in Peoples BankMrs Joe McCormick and Miss Ethel Woods spent Wednesday and Thursday in Lexington Miss Marguet Uennick will leave Tuesday morning to visit relatives at Nicuolasville Mrs Susie Wallace who is spending the winter with Mrs II L Wallace is visiting her brother in Richmond this week Mr and Mrs John Shepherd cele brated their golden wedding last Sun lay with a sumptions dinner and a number o friends present After spending home Missis Moliie McWhorter Hazel Pat rick and Emma Estridge have re turned to school at Richmond Miss Lula McWhorter of Paint Lick was the fortunate winner of tbe medal tt the Declamatory contest at Nor mal school at Richmond Saturday eight I r I resa E I I a few days at Gallipol is Ohio SS ivm 2 l S S A BODY BUILDER FOR THE CELLS TISSUES A nTTRFSL STSEK37U KOBUC Kfi SECaaiTRSSTlTe TG5JS FOR THE EtCOD SD BECTClSSTSTZa GUARANTEED TO GAVE SATIS FACTION OR KCHEY RZTUKDZD sow BY F P Frisbie NEW YORK WORLD Practically a Daily at the price of a Weekly No other Newspaper in the World gives so much at so low a price The great ptliticil campaigns are now at hand and you want the news accurately and promptly The World long since established a record for im partiality and anybody can afford its Thriceaweek edi ion which comes every other day in the week ex cept Sunday It will be of particular value to you now The Thricea week World also abounds III other strong fratures serial stories humor mar kets cartoons in fact that is to be found in a firstclass daily The ThriceaWeek Worlds regular subscription price is only 1 00 per year and tiis pays for 156 papers We offer this unequalled newspaper and The Central Record together for one year for 175 The regular subscription price of the two papers is My Farm of 1 66 Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further particu tars write me N H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky AnD The WBel EditIon of the everything 200 fun SALE rice 1 General News The funeral of the late Senator A S Clay of Georgia was held in Atlanta WednesdayCongressman William W Foulkrod of Philadelphia died in that city with out knowing that he had been defeat ed for re election United States Senator Alexander Stephens Clay died suddenly in a sani tarium at Atlanta He was serving his third term in the Senate The Controller of the Currency has issued a call for statements of the con dition of natianal banks at the close of business November 10 The PanAmerican Society of the United States for the purpose of close relations with the twentyone American republics is in process of orgonization Miss Jennie Brown a 16 yearold girl committed suicide at London Ky by She left a note addressed to her sweetheart tell log him to meet her in heaven Representative George W Reid of the Ballard Carlisle district in the Kentucky Legislature died of appen dicitis Saturday afternoon while on the operating table in a hospital at Cairo III Governor Wilison has just issued his annual Thanksgiving day procla mation The Governor declared the people have much to be thankful for making mention of the form of government The State Capitol Commission has accepted the loan of the figurehead of the battleship Kedtuckv from the United States Government and the massive bronze ornament will adorn the Capitol at Washington Henrv R Anthony a boy burgler who confessed to robbing seventeen residences in New Jersey towns was sentenced to twentyone years in the reformatory by Judge Scott at Pass ic N J He is nineteen years old Representative Ollie James of Ken tucky declared that it was his opin ion no opposition would appear in the Democratic caucus when Champ Clark of Missouri is nominated for Speaker of the new House of Representatives Robin J Cooper charged with the nurder of Senator Edward Ward Car iiack was found not guilty by a jury the Criminal Court at Nashville The verdict was returned on recommendation of Attorney General A B Anderson Following the return of 300 present ments by the grand jury against the proprietors of soft drink places in Nashville Tenn for violation of the temperance laws of the State whole sale arrests were made Saturday in Washington that the Japencse Government is seeking funds in the United States for building Japans greater nary It is said this move disproves rumors that the open duor of the Far East was to be closed to America A warrant was issued at Wheeling W Va charging Thomas McCoy o tbe Bethany College tean with murder in connection with the death of Capt Rudolph Munk of th West Vergjjia University team in a game Saturday Charles Van Overbeck manager of the Standard Oil Company of was closely quest Lined in the Still dards trial at Jackson Term the outside business affairs of the directors of his company He gave lit tie of the desired information howev erExports of foreign merchandise from the United States for the fiscal year 1910 broke all former records totaling 35000000 or 10000000 more than for 1909 and 7000000 more than 1903 when the previous record was made Total exports amounted to 1745000 000 Diplomatic representatives of tbe United States Germany Russia Swe den and Norway notified the foreign office of Portugal that they were ready to transact business with the Portuguese Government This is con sidered virtual recognition of tbe re publicThe number of desertions of the en listed strength of the army of the Uni ted States during the last fiscal year was materially less than any year since 1899 according to tbe report submit ted by the Secretary of War The reason given is that rigid courtmar tials have had the drsired the soldiers Probably the highest amount ever paid in Kentucky for saloon license will now be charged in Bowling Green The City Council passed an ordinance fixing the saloon license at 5000 each Notwithstanding this steep figure there were eight applicants for license as soon as the ordinance was passed This wIU give tbe city an income of 10000 a year from eight salon which is more than any city of this size ever derived from saloon licenses before The Supreme Court of the United States declined to review a nunber of decisions of lower Federal courts in which the right of the Government to collect the Spanish American War in heritance tax on estates of persons who died within the year immediately preceding July 1 1902 The decision in all these cases had been entered be fore tbe Supreme Court decided last spring that the tax be imposed on such estates Mound City Points may cost atrifle but C C A J E Stormes I t I t strychhihe pr sect I r enD It Is report d toraie football effect upon ore cultivating swallowing Kentucky regarding AT LOWELL KV ON Tuesday at 10 a m Having decided to remove 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 SNOWD1N Col KING Auct LOWELL KY Before December For the Penalty goes on at that time Save Yourself Money Time and Trouble Remember the new revenue law compells the Sheriff to settle ini full by December 1st or pay the penalty G T BALLARD Sheriff of Garrard County Ytt mw f W I Nov22 rttliIt ljilU r rI riTJ rrtJ I rd1 ifJ l fBJ rcH fiWH location I I payment W T rt zy 4 eL c4 4 W DO 1st g PUBLZC ALEU L PAY IT NOW 1 o Beginning Today We Will Offer on Special Sale at Very Low Prices 15O Ladies Tailored Suits These Are All New Shapes and Mater ials and Finely Tailored Be 1475 and 42375Pri6fs Will 7 i There will be in this finest lot over 75 entirely new Suits made of the new Rough Fabrics Broadcloths Serges Scotch Mixtures Basket Weaves etc in all colors There is absolutely nothing the matter with these Suits except that they are mostly single suits Every suit is the work of the very best class of New York tailors and materials are the latest and best and newest colors Linings are Skinners satin In the lot is every size from 14 size to 51 inch bust measure In the lot are a number of sample Suits worth up to 45 and choice for 2375 This while much less in price are fully as good values as the fine ones There will be over 76 of these made to retail from to These are also New York Suits and are made right and finished right and will STAY RIGHT when worn All colors and blacks in every size from smallest to 47 inch bust measure Now if you want one dont J Ill 75lot S18 25 2375 i DANVILLE KENTUCKY n A B Robertson fro WaLadies to know they can get SAMPLES and ESTIMATES on their Whiter Gowns by writing at once to MISS JOWENS I guarantee perfect fit when correct measures are sent also stylish uptodate gowns Respectfully C Rj J OWENS I 444 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky fi t 1I1 A c I I It 11 I t falland Iii I I I I Ill 4 I I Iii Iii A I a i nil I I I Ii MIss i iIJ JiIJalil I 8 and let me li g 1rc1 rn f I Finish your S tures for you pic John M McRoberts IJ Jiy Your Husband Will Be to have you go back to ordinary flour once he has tasted the delicious bread cakes baked from a r Unwilling j 14 WHITE SWAN Why not try sack of it The result will please him 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 FLOUR a and- y Jnw 1JWfnJJJI I 4 r Guaranteed Twenty Years I III 500We will during this sale only offer Childrens Double Texture Raincoats made with two layers of cloth with sheet of rubber between at 5 These come in all sizes for children from 6 to 15 years in olive and fancy colors The best rain garment ever produced We have left a few handsome Street and Reception Dresses on which will make some very low prices As these are only one of a kind and vary greatly in price we can make no uniform price but if interest ed will pay to come and see them Some Extras We have left from last season a few garments which we will offer in this sale at 13 and 12 price viz About one dozen ladies onepiece wool dresses up to 15 will offer choice for S3 A few Misses fine wool dresses were 1650 for 5 Childrens tailored suits were 15 will be 750 l H Fine Dresses I HUNTS Royal Blue Mattress I I SANITARY box mat tress All may be unbuttoned removed and I I I coverings aLswrarstssFucrn sent to the laundry while remains in use This is the latest and greatest achievement in bedding being durable luxurious and comfortable Ve give a twentyyear guarantee bond with every Royal Blue F G I spring I j HURTI i J J WALKER President rj J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper- J J WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO FLORIDAAND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAILY VIA I i 1 v 7 t I j T GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31 1911 For Fcsl Particulars call on or write H C KING Passenger end Ticket Agent 101 E Mia St LEXINGTON KY SELL YOUR TOBACCO- We will pay highest market price at all times either at Paint Lick or Stanford WPKINCAID DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO Residence Phone 199 Stanford Kentucky i I I Deliver y CATARRH Cored By The Marvel Of Tie CeBtay B B BTested For 30 Years Hawking Spitting Foul Breath dis charges of yellow matter permanently cured with pure Botanical ingredients To prove ib will send you a TREATMENT FREE CATARRH IS NOT ONLY DAN GEROUS but it causes ulcerations death and decay of bones kills ambi tion often causes loss of 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 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 with every system of catarrh B B B sends a tingling flood of warm rich pure blood direct to 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 or by express 1 00 per large bottle with directions for home cure Samplesent free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga Describe your trouble and free medical advice given Sold by F P Frisbie 1m TEATERSYILLE Mr and Mrs Sidney Lemay have been recent guest of Mrs Fount Cook Mr Geo Sebastian bought of Mr Rill Crue ten barrels of corn at 225 The sale of Mrs Lucy Jones was well attended and every thing sold wellRobert Noel had a fine horse to die suddenly while on his way from churchMr East bought of Mr Charley Cotton seventyfive barrels of corn price unknown Mr and Mrs Wolford Agee have been recent guests of her parents Mr and Mrs W T Casy Miss Texie Agee and friend Mr Ed ward Arnold of Buckeye attended services Wednesday night SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES YIELD 4 TO ZEMO A CLEAN PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL USE R E McRoberts Son Drug Store is so confident that Zemo will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown of pimples blackheads dandruff eczema prickly beat rashes hives ivy poison or any other form of skin or scalp eruption that they will give your money back if you are not en tirely satisfied with the results ob tamed from the use ofZemo The first application will give relief and show an improvemet and in every instance where used will destroy the germ life leaving the skin In a clean healthy condition Let us show yon proof of some remarkable cures made bv Zemo and give you a 32 page booklet how to preserve the skin B R McRoberts ft Son we permanent the paralized atFreedom LIQ person prompt persistently SAMPLE wen DrugStore y 4 V 4D M tF FLATWOOD Mrs Walker Gafney is very III with lung trouble Rev A C Baird pastor at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday- W H Furr and family visited at Mr G A Morgans Miss Maggie Arnold visited ily of Mr W li Furr Saturday The public school at Union has been suspended on account ef diptheria William Manning and family have returned from their visit to Whitley CountyThe of Mr and Mrs George Beazley that has been seriously sick of diptheria is very much improved Squire R F Parsons is the best road overseer in the country He has gra ded the county road from the pike at Woods Walkers to the end of his sec Lion of road over a mile beyond the Union Schoolhouse and has also the road from Chadwells to Good Hope church He has worked fifteen days on the county reads this year CATARRH SUFFERERS Good Thing To Know How To Get b slant Relief If you now own a Hyomei hard rub ber inhaler R E McKoberts Son wants you to know that they will sell you a bottle of 11 YUM El for only 50 centsRemember this all who suffer with catarrh a bottle of HYOMEI pro nounce it Highcme is put up in a separate package and sod for 50 cents to accomudatc the vast army of peo pie who already own a Ilyomei inhaler R E McRoberts Son will sell it to you at that price and give you the opportunity tJ begin at once to rid yourself of vile catarrh and the sniffl ing hawking and spitting that go with it Many people through years of have lit cat irrh get a strong hold upon them Some of these people un reasonably think that one bottle of HYOMEI ought to cure them They do not stop to think that a dis eased condition that is the result of negligence cannot be overcome in a weekNo matter how chronic your catarrh troubles II YOU EL is guaranteed by R E McRoberts Son to cure them if you give it half a chance Just breathe it thats all and its healing soothing antiseptic properties will make you feel better in a day If you own an inhaler get a 50 eent bottle of HYOMEI E McRob erts Son today If you do not own a HYOMEI inhaler ask for a com plete outfit which consists of an inha ler a boltle of HYOMEI instructions for use This complete outfit costs SlOO but you then have an inhaler that will last a lifetime 1m BUCK YE Mrs J O Bogie spent Friday with Mrs Lewis McCnlley Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray have been recent visitors in Danville Mr and Mrs Sle Hurt visited rel atives at Lexington the past week Mr John Humphrey had a valuable horse to snag himself on a cornstalk Mrs Jennie Broaddus bought of Sale Hurt his house and lot price Rev T B Ray of Richmond Va spent Saturday and Sunday with home folksMr and Mrs R I Burton was with her parents in Madiscn the first of the weekMr John Humphrey sold to Thomas Davis fifty barrels of corn price per barrel Miss Ruth Ray of the Normal School at Richmond spent a few days with home folks ANSWERS EVERY CALL Lucaster People Have Feud That This hint A cold a strain a sudden wrench A little cause may hurt the kidneys Spells of headache often follow Or some irregularity of the urine A certain remedy for such attacks- A medicine that answers every call Is Doaus 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 years ago I used Doans Kidney Pills with good results In 1900 I met with an accident which brought on a of kidney complaint I recov ered sufficiently so that I could work but my back remained very weak When doing anything that required stooping my baci became very lame and painful Remembering what Doans Kidney Pills bad done previously I procured 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 StatesRemember the no other im Fruit and Shade Trees Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden for free Catalogue No Agts Sons Lexington Kentucky Sundry the tam store e at R and simple 500 50 recurrence fur me nameDoansandt- ake ILl BilleDmey graded neglect er Y r r Miss Zula Naylor has been visitinV Mrs John B Anderson Mr and Mrs Mahan of Lancaster were visiting Mrs Susan Cress Miss Lucile Ballard who has been quite ill is able to be out again Mr R G Pettus bought 40 barrels ot corn at 3215 from Mr O H Ander SUn Mr and Mrs G C Kennedy had as their visitors Sunday Rev T H ThorntonMiss Payne of Tapphanna has been a guest of Missss Lucile and Jes sie Ballard Mr George 14 fee dots to Mr J II Baughman of Stan ford at 4 00 Mr K J McAlister sold a bunch of hogs to B D Holtzclaw at 3765 and a cow for S32 Mr and Mrs Arch lit tle daughter has teen ill and scarlet fever is feared Mr and Mrs Gooch of the Goshen neighborhood were visiting Mr and Mrs George O Spoonamore Mrs James Elmore and son John of Jellico Tenn have been visiting Mr and Mrs Evan Foley Mr and Mrs James Curtis and chil dren of Garrard were visiting her father B T Lunsford and family Mrs Nancy Morgan has gone to Mercer county make her home with her brother Mr Jame W Blanken shipMessrs Robert White and Pruttt Thompson spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Cephas Morgan near Point Leave Mr and Mrs D J Rigsby and pret ty neice Miss near Cedar Creek were visiting Mr and Mrs T Y Shaw Misses Mary and Lucy Pettus who are attending the E K 3T school at Richmond visited Mrs Rebecca Pet tus a few days Miss Fannie Young of Highland who is teaching the Gosben school has been visiting the Misses Crou shorn on Stingy Creek The protracted meeting still con tinues at tne Baptist church large crowds in attendance very good order prevails and mueh interest shown Mr and Mrs F F Cummins and family of Crab Orchard and Miss Jennie Rogers of Ceder Creek were guests of Mrs Susan Cress Mr W F Parks went to Louisville and returned with his little son Clinton who has been in the chit drens hospital to have a limb Miss Nellie Newland the popular voung salssdady for WC Cummins has returned from a visit to her father at Cedar Creek Miss Mortie Scott with her Mr W P Grimes of Stanford sold seven mules to II Thompson for STOO Mr R E Thompsonof Crab Orchard bought a good Rex Peavirie stallion of same for 8200 Mr W F Ballard who was hurt by a falling wall while raising a house is much better he hopes to be able tu take part in the Nationol Fox meet at Crab Orchard soon SHALL WO N VOTE If they did millions would vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true for women For banishing dull fagged feelings backache or headache constipation dispelling colds impart inn appetite and toningup the system theyre unequaled Easy safe sure 25c at R E McRoberts Son Inx AiAccwtt To March 31 One handclasp 1 boxcandy April 1 One teeny weeny kiss 1 dczen roses April 2 Two teeny weeny kisses 1 novel April 3 One soul kiss 1 long auto ride April 4 Several soul kisses 1 bracelet Total 1 wedding ring Tired Women WMKB mn m vermrk lied m lMfenfcelH five jw II HadL Take for the east J JCEAYHIIIS1 t o Spooamore sold D Stephens Hettie or Master straightened returned Mr Hunters t Buy it at Frisbies lid less gate e dk wistlII tYie while II tadI IIaL e J 11 J remedy sd II wa 11t Iia ies a1 wat TNiais wisei tki Carii- d ils lent M Tate CAROUI Iexcel leer rn1IrL- arta Swcet Wr Idle lire s1ll III 1JrIiIeIl117Ca fir fraNlIii Rwwe at- rlkiNr eiyswei is iMe hr me Ie IieR Mi 1- wnli awiItaiYr- bwa 1 iiial Mt- e e7 Mes COME AT ONCE t IP IR I C IE S OTJT TO JL IF1 R A Zi Z Xj Listen Ladies we desire to announce to the people of Lancaster and County that beginning on MONDAY NOVEMBER 21st AT 9 AND LASTING TEN DAYS that we are forced to offer our large stock consisting of Trimmed Hats and Shapes at cost and a big redaction on everything in the Millinery line suchas Plumes Wings Ribbons Vaivsts Etc Everything far cash Come at once and get choice This is the chance to get Inter Hat cheap Take advantage great ottering at once Ira E JG rrard O LOCI agood of E i r thiS Hats from 50cts to 1000I I JrliTTL JR RellaMiss Arnold Anyone Might Write an Advertisement Like This Pi No One Else would Such Values as These nI 0 but Offer I I Nineteen New Fall Skirts in the newest ma terials and every single one is HandTailored worth from 1 O to 125O5 both in black and colors Reduced to S S I U t The above garments will be placed on Sale next Friday November 1910 and will be sold out within the weeks time The values offered are such that the Skirts must go so see that you get a new skirt for such an exceedingly low price MercantileThe Store that does as it Advertises ny Style Leaders C 18th I I Ili Std J a alllllt a r L l ssldi 111111 a Gossip About I People N N I A Brief Mention of the Comings and f Goings Ly Those Viz Are Interested la Shirley Hudson was in Monday visiting T K Watson was in Crab Orchard Sunday fora visit to relatives Mis Hattie Galley of Kirksville is the guest of Miss Emma Layton Miss Eliza Ism of Lower Garrard bas been with Mrs Win B Cook Mis E ZH Rucker of Print Lick vi ited friends in Lancaster the past week Mrs Carrie Davidson is in her daughter Mrs Z T Rice Miss Letty McRoberts has been in Richmond as the guest of Mrs Dr Taught Robert Walker Jr of Richmond has been visiting his cousin Mr Shirley HudsonMr Johhston is in Louis vile for a stay with Mr and Mrs John Johnston Mrs W T Short of Richmond spent the past week with her sister Mrs C D Powell M and Mrs C F Denman of Nich olasvile are guests of Mr and Mrs Alex West Mrs William Fayne was called to Bowling Green by the critical illness of her brother Miss Angie Kinnaird of the D D In stitute Danville was at home and Sunday Robert Kennedy of Lexington war here for 3 visit to his mother Mrs Alexander Kennedy Mrs Alexander Kennedy is reported quite sick at the home of her Mrs Banks Hudson Mr and Mrs Blanchard of Hunting t m West Va were guests at the Simpson House Sunday Mrs Maurice Thompson and little son Stewart ONeal have been visiting Mr and Mrs A R Brown Mrs Malcom House and little son LeRoy Dave returned from a visit to relatives at East Bernstadt Mrs John E Stormes is at home z gain after a visit to her cousin Mrs ofCovington Clayton Lawson the bright little on of Mr and Mrs Bruce Lawson has been quite sick for several days Mrs L F Hubble of Somerset has been the recent guest of rs Wm Lear and other nds The Presbyterian Missionary Socie ty meets the third Monday and all a embers are requested to be present Yrs A B Brown was the hostess at a most sumptuous dining to guests at her bospitiable country boe Yrs H A B Harksbnry and daugh ter Mrs H Gay Sutton were week Dam Hz Richmond vi iing 4 Saturday Anther Hubbard Lancaster thirty l c r b 1 I i daughter r r A lUlLL ILL I Nf E R Y S A lr E Mid guest of Mrs Louis Landram of Danville Miss Fannie Bishop is on the sick 1st Mr Bunks Hudson was in Danville Monday Mrs J W Ehuore was in Danville MondayJudge Walker is holding court in StanfordMis Tomlinson is in Lexing ton for a visit Miss Albert Anderson was in Lex ington for a viit lust week Attorney G B Swincbroad attend ed Court in Stanford Monday Mrs Samuel Rankta has been visit log Mrs Ejmiston of Lisicolu Miss Estell Walker is in Stanford the of Miss Belle Denny Joe Hastflden and Willie West in Stanford Miss Nora Clark spent Saturd y and Sunday with her hjuiefulks Miss Jennie Cleo Lawrence was the L C King Sunday Dont forget the Peerless Princes at the Court house next Tuesday night Mrs Cleveland Hose is in Stanford visiting her sitter Mrs J C Eubanks Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Danville are witty Sirs Rebecca West and family Mr MiurlcJ Ashley has returned to Louisville after a pleasant visit to his parents here Mrs Lear accompanied Mrs Stella Hubble to Danville and was the Mrs Butler Mr aud Mrs William Ball were in Stanford Sunday the guests of Mr iiid Mrs Bohon Campbell Misses Arabella and Margaret Bogie f Mount Sterling are the attractive visitors of the Misses Muutit Rev O P Bush went Wednesday to tire Baptist Association wncli convened iu Cyuthiaua this week Mrs Nancy J Lawrence and Mr E R Holtzcla were relatives at Danville Sunday and Monday Mrs Elvada Tudor and also Mr at d Mrs Robert Tudor of Madison hae been visiting Mr and Mrs J P Prather Miss Emma of guest Miss Hattie Galley of Kirks ville were with Mrs D C Sanders SaturdayMrs Walker entertained at a oclock dinner at her home on street The repast was served in coursesMrs little grand son Walby Potts of Richmond were guests of Mrs J B Soper end sister Miss Minnie Gully Miss Willie B Logsden Messrs La monte Hankie and Clarence Perkins of Junction City visited Miss Sue Shelby Mason Monday Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch have moved into the Lancaster Hospital and have charge of same for the of thi year and nex Mrs W Hf Collier and little daugh 1 guest ssr spent Sunda I of I I I Mill I ucst of bro I Layton McCreary and G uUy and I bl guest lira her visiting Lexington remainder a ter Mary Johnston Collier of Camp bell City are guests of Mesdames J B Collier and W McClelland Johnston The Womans Club held its regular weekly Wednesday afternoon Mrs J W Elmore serving as leader and the subject for discisbion was the Eliza bethau Age Rev Thornton of Virginia who has been holding a meeting at Preach ersville will begin meetings at the Baptist Church Sunday morn tog Every body invived Mrs Ed Walker entertained the Embroidery Club Tuesday afternoon Mr and Mrs Walker expect to leave Garrard soon to reside in Eminence much to the regret of their many friends Mrs Jennie West who has rented her dwelling on Stanford street to Mr R S Brown and family for the year 1911 will leave shortly to make her home with her sons in Washing ton City Mr Frank Todd and Mr Bob Cox took a large crowd from Lancaster in a twuhorse wagon to Hubble for church Tuesday night It was a de lightful trip and was enjoyed by all that went Relatives and friends here at his for mer borne are glad to learn that the accident which betel Rev R R Noel while driving out near Halls Gap though quite painful was not regard ed as dangerous Mr S A Walker has accepted a pcs ition with the International Harves ting Co of America at traveling and Mr John Walters has the position made vacant at I Hurts Furniture store Mrs Stella Oneal Hubble who has been visiting Mrs Will Lear and Mrs Anna Kauffman left Tuesday for Dan ville to spend several days with her friend Mrs Butler before returning to her home iu Somerset Miss Annie Cotton of Danville is tae guest of Miss Tommie Frances She was entertained Mouday at by Mrs B F Hudson Ou Tues day Mrs M K Denny gave a sumpt uous dining iu her honor Elder and Mrs F M Tinder left Monday for a yisit to relatives in Cynthiana Mr Tinder went to pro nounce the ceremony for the wedding of Miss May me Shropshire and Mr Carl 0 Wilmoth the bride being a niece of Mrs Tinder The following announcement has been received by Lancaster friends Dr A S M ffett has announced the en gagement of his daughter Miss May Craig Moffett to the Rev J Crawford Crenshaw of Dermotte Ark The wedding to occur during tha winter Mesdames B F Hudson Fred P Frisbie W I Williams and the Misses Gill accompanied Miss Nettie Hamil ton the Field Secretary of the Chau tanqua Lyceum to Stanford she gave her delightful and instructive lecture on Robert Burns The Ayrsh lve Poet Information has been received here of the critical illness from pneumonia of Mr William Yantis at his home in Beedee Ark Mr and Mrs Yantis were residents of Lancaster for many years and have many relatives here who hope to that tie is on the road I aseries ut I I J I here hearsoon salesman accepted dinner H recovery The newest Creations in Altinans Voile Skirts worth from 1 to 65O Reduced to J A I 2 50 YOUll FIND IT IN TillS COLUMN Gaines annual Nov 28 Fresh Gaines annual cor Nov 28 Call 17 for oysters R Zi turner Gaines show Sow 28 For Rent 1911 Desirable down stairs EStormes 1014tf 1 will give 27 cents and 28 cents In trade this week Mrs Fannie Phone 199 1111tf fresh itigredlei 1111tf Bring me your country produce pay highest ma er price for same Mrs Fannie Turner 1111tf Arbuckles 17 per pack ge 3 25 cents 8 akes or of 25 cents and a lot of tinwara at cost Mrs Fannie Turner Depot street Phone 199 1111tf Wanted rrass Creamery 1118tf For Sale 10 Duroc for February farrow J F Robinson 1118 2t Pd For Sale Oneycombine nyone to drive Waited To rout a house and about 30 to 50 acres olyl niL or grain N Rogers McCreary Ky Waited Organizers on liberal contract Write Kentucky Manager 10301041 Drexel Bldg Pbila Pentia 11 11 2t Fir Sale J One good Hamilton Organ Will sell at a bargain For particulars call at this office or phone No 326 If Last Sunday one week ago an S A E pin Finder please return to this office A number of bronze turkeys Mrs Dennie Scott Bourne Ky A Bad We will sell a nice and two 00 Rents for ten per cent Hughes Swinebroad It Black back female foxhound tan bead medium size Reward for infor rnation leading to her recovery Tom Hackly Stanford Ky Ir ovst dimmers fr anna orn roomsJ f r gs rner Can up 199 mr n f new and back cake c flee eats I boxes roll oats len p granit and Corn at gilts ed ash Lest Fir Sale acres ot l rice Lit It corn show show i money f s for will L are aYears old Perfe I sane Mi Jen a gins Cage d f F j FOR SALE Show c s counter light electrolier new reclining upbc 1 stered chair wheel invalid chair 12 fcot oak dining table with round topi 3 panel dqcrfs 2ft 10 in by 6ft 11 in 6 single sH ht sash 2ft 10 by 3 ft 11 in 2 2 ft 5 in by 5 ft 2 in 2 2 ft 4 in by 7 ft 5 in 1 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 tf 11 E Slormes 10 14tf Because Unanswerable The truth is always the strongest argument Sophocles 31 pla glass p lass plate ass inJ I extra adjustable ate BIG SALE ITEN DAYS Beaver Shapes At Cost I Why not buy milk from the Dairy MIL 1 i delivered at your door twice a day s VV M 0 S S Phone N 000ow 9N N Nfl SH 190 Come in next week and get a with each MAJESTIC RANGE e Best Range MadeI- n use by one man in the County for 29 years el R Mount Son 60 feVJSL u1S I IS75o SToOf WAH FH H I P 4jj Jrgy e t a I A l I DIGGING i the subject of coal dep er win fiud that our I coal is Ve- It71 are handling that kind and we would like to con r t in you 1 yfartae best II Iii ince SIre by buying high IiI 1 1 III us we are at I III Lancaster lumber Db Co l 1 you n171Y tillscreened rode coal from which selling living prices Mf Lid veers ajjo are as good as new today and have never needed oairs Think of it J Vhat other roofnj will List s lonj Had look as well Theyre fireproof stormproof and very easily laid j They car be laid right over wood shingles if necessary without ere 3 tins dirt or inconvenience tj For sad other detailed iuferTnation apply to if James T Hill Agent or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa I i 1tf J j 1G t 3- f g w it6MET o prices h tt k i SHINGLES lj This Bank will lighten the burden of caring for your mor ey Ope 211 account and at once be relieved anxiety about thieves fire or other sources of danger to m j I I I i ofall your cash The GARRARD BANK TRUST Co is a much safer for your cash than your home or office De posit yours here as to get the of its strong fireproof vaults Commence now and sleep sound tonight I place o security U A i S zcve sea Of Lancaster Gaoitsi 50000 Surplus 20000 A K DENY President J E STOEHES Vice Prest S C Cashier J F Robinson Asst R T Eaibrv 8H kkeeper DiUEcrons D Cochran Alex It Denny A C Robinson John E Stormcs S C Denny L Gill W I Williams F a THE BfJ v C shr Sam J l L NBon DES T A N D 3 BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH Office National Bank of Lancaster There is a lot of other Flour but none like7 k 1t ooa 7 r d YOUR I I I B1iA ZLEY 1 Phone 31 L A I T J7 Ji i I I I 1 1 1 IHt HoIH zo i i INSURED TACU FILflEf f r H tHen Lily White House r FOR QUALITY Be sure and call for these brands when you want GOOD FLOUD WE MAKE IT PHONE LANCASTER KENTUCKY S f I I I 47 i I Garrard Milling Company I I I III I1I11I1 J II I I t I J I Jo III I II I II Ii tS ff f ff I ff4i i a AND HIDESKiSHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS HIDES Visol en Corcmisioa VriJe for pries list ucnlfcahig ihls ad FURS DM JOHN CO LOmSWLLEKY Eata 1837 WHITE I WILL PROMOTE BEAUTY beauty yet wonder j ful help frcm Bucklcns Artica Salve It banishes pimples skin eruptions sores and boil It makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures sore eyes cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever j ors cuts bruises and piles 25c at R E M Roberts 1m Red Seals Judging from at hand today the National Association for the Study I und Prevention of Tuberculosis est that by December 1st not less than 7rCOOC0 Red Cross Seals will have been distributed in forty different states of try Forty million seals have already been and aioller large edit ion is prepared Agents orders dale aggregate all of that amount and i considerable number rive not j vet ftated how many seals they can use Taking into consideration this tatter class and the agent who will bs appointed before December 1st the prosuicus for selling 1COOCOCOO stamps which is the goal tiiat IJHS beet the iational workers are xremcly biiht Over 30 suuc societies have or an Zd the sale tin an cxtrtiKe basis and si about 10 more states Red Cress Seiils will he sold i i ssine pi sees t ld iiCudiit itale city county subMueslis an aimy of fuly neri women and children will be en caged in acliinu the bright Ch iimus Seals for the prevention of tubtrculc sis Permission to sell seals in on idoS of all postollices has been 4raied by Secretary Hitchcock b3 on sale in department stores hotels railway stations drug stores and iu thousands of other Evary conceivable deice for tisitiir the seals is being prepared In some places valuable przrs will be giv en Millions of slips dociirors posters and other kinds of literature wil be distributed cjilintr upon the public to biy Cross Seals the agencies that are ccop eratinsr with the Red Cross and the iu societies arc womens dabs lodges labor unions business mens as i souiations stores batiks newspaper thousands of schoolboys and is a bullet iu the iUhl s against tuberculosis in the comuiuiii v where it is sold and a million dol i rs from the salu rout j this phiyue is the object of the Uiiristmns campaign Saved An Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed lo yawn b fore Robert Mudsen of West Burling ton when after seven weeks in the four of the physic ians gave him up Then was sh swn the marvelous curative power of Elec trie Bitters For after eight months of frightful suffering from liver trou ble and yellow jaundice getting help from other jremcdies or doctors live unities of this matchless medicine completely cured him Its positively guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Kiel ney troubles and never disapajint Oily 50 at R E Mclljberts Son 1m I Public Sale On Saturday the 2Gth day of Nov 1110 at 2 oclock P M I shall sell public ovtcry on the premises in Lancaster Ky all my household and I kitchen furniture of every descrin 1 Mon Terms Cash TMJohnston Last Notice io Tax Payers Remember the new Revenue Law coaipells the Sheriffs to settle in full by Dee 1st or pay the G per cent pe n ally so please pay at once and save all parties trouble G T Ballarl Sheriff Garrard Co We are handling best brands of coal BLACK BEAR RED ASH JELLICO and Blue Gem Block and Nut Also BENNETT JELLICO You will find our prices cheaper for quality than other dealers Fresh Clean Eggs 27 to 28e Chickens 8 to io Ducks 9 to toe Geese 7 to j cts Turkeys wanted this week at the highest market price B B DEPOT CURE THE LEIS9CS 10 r 5 Women desiring I Cross II reports 1 hates I I 0 n1il1g the com d Ito I by iII I places I f I rand r t 1 W If low hopi aJ best not f I p I I tlil JtliNf ff fi j NORTHCOTT STREET- J LLTH COUCH I I I I t I pint being set at iUC tI rh also adv Fed 3 d Itt ng f s tit Is seal l t j a Y r 1 t 1 1 e a LN I lI AND 1 o WITH Si1 Ki New FOR OUCRS PRICE see 100L AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARAH2ESD S TISFAGTOE OS aiOHEY BSPUUDED R E McRoherts c T J Drug Store J I X t I i BETSYS POINTERS If I were looking for a real husband I wouldnt t Lar caster to find him You probably know the man I mean The nobe man who makes the bet husband for any woman on earth is not afraid a pair of overalls And speaking Clothing the place to buy is R S BROWNS below this heading is for the exclu sive use of our farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain sod things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver tie No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only in two issses of tIle Games annual corn show Nov 28 For Sale Balrd Hay Timothy mixed with CIo Delivered in quant i 10 hnies to G car load Phone Roseau Ieiphrey- v 347 A or write Z T Richmond Strayed Came to my place about the day of July a small roan heifer weifh about 500lt Owner can have same by paying expenses Mote Kubinson Came to my place about two months ago a stray hog weighing about 325 pounds Owner can have same by paying charges SM Masters 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 have same by paying ex pe S2c Y J3 Twelve choic meat hogs for sale Phone John W Woods Marksbury Ky Grey mare mule two years old Finder please return to John Hawley Plat Word Ky Wanted to hire a good reliable farm und Must be industentius sober and healthy hire by the year and pity 1 liberal price I M Myers Lancaster Ky 12 lino In the matter of Fannie Turner as signee the creditors of Frtnuie A are hereby that I as as signee of Fannie A Turner will re ceive claims against the said estate at my otlice in the National Bank of Lancaster be properly proven I will hild my sittings commencing twentyfirst day of November continue up to the day of 1910 November 13 1010 A BsEzley Assigns LIVE STOCK 3LUHCET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Nov 1C Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts ON5 S5i 90 Shipments Ifig 1337 CATTLE Shippers 45057Butcher steers extra 2 r r Good to choIce i 2 r 15 Common to fair iVS 1 00 Heifers extra 1004 75 3 75 140 Common to fair s 50 3 T Cows extra 4 5gf4 SO Good to choice tC54J5Common to fair v J003r 0 Canners l 752 50 Bulls baloguas S 75 4 50 Extra 4 ro000Fat balls CUES extra ii OSo 925 Common and largo o 5C 7 75 HOGS good packers and butchers 7 50 7 50 Mixed packers 7 31 7 55 Stags 4 0G 0J Common to choice heavy tat sows 5 00 7 00 Light shippers i 7 W 7 50 Pigs 110 Ibs and less 4iO750SHEEP BKtra S5 4 0 3 Xot 75 Common to fair 2 00 S 21 LA extra OCO 505G15 Common to fair 4 5055J The undersigned nereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lauds for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take M Farra Squire R Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price S L Rich Mrs P W Kihnaird T A Eluin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T tics Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson B C Arnold W G Anderson H G Hamilton L H Brown G YConn W Conn J G Conn G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr W Burnett G Gay W K Leaven J I food- S I I PO i puce charged ever ics or I Rice I ill t I I SUi1yea j tail t I I Turner not t land t J 1l1S1t f Good to choice J itOCO Fair to good S CO u Good to choke IcS Good to choIce POSTED noticec W S Embry have lace of- ti vGCOOOO GOt c oaaaoc ooQ vox b FARMERS COLU1N r dercOtxx oot o4oa rp440 such 10 Casey Lost causing v ill Nov ivied same ttiVelti ill a v r ry P R warning im C yu 3 h C uae a ill OF THE GONOU10H OF THE iM u oniUUiZBllSj 3f ee OF LANCASTER KV AT Close of Business Nov loth 1910 UUCES tonus and diaeonm 175i0 t9 Overdrafts secured niitl nnstenced 2K U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 Bonds 6tcnrh vie Baakinghonse furiiinire tixtures OtG t0 Due from National Hunks not j i 15 00 Due from State and Invntc Uuiiks and Bankers Trust Compai ies and Saving Ranks 59CS Due from apwoved reserve Hsents 2 Cheeks ana other ciuh L Notes of other Xntioial HAD 14 W Fractional purer currener nickel and cents 7016 tiAWFUI MOKEY ItKSEKVE IN 15ANKT VIZ j7i5 t Legaltender notes 3 l 1031S M- Rcdcmptlcu land wHl II iirer ii per tent of circulation rr TOTAL T iJ00000 LIABILITTiES Capital stock puld in 1 Undivided taxes jiaid lejexpeuses and Xational Hank Due to BIUK Due to State arid Wiv te Jiauts and Hankers IndividiMil mosits snbjcet toclieck Certified Cluks Notes mid Kills payitbU iiclndiup Crtirti U of Deposit fur money borrowed 10o0 on J s STATE OF KKNTITI Y rorvrv OF O ABKAKI as I J J Wflker President of tte arvavt bunk do solemnly swear that flirt ove ttt meat is to ht t of my tnovle tr slid belief J J Walker d nt Subscribed aTid srorii to before me IS day of Now l li S C D nny No ry 1nblic Commission Kspirts January 25 l 12 CosrKJT Attest I F Hriwox J J S JOHNSOX Directors C A ARNOLD REPORT OF THE ollO3OF LANCASTER A- TTig of BiWof 1 IlESOCRCES Jcmns and discounts l a Overdrafts setiirwi and mis onred IT tU S Bond to stcnrecireuliitioa 500 M scuds eciiritip etc 21 V Ei fciiiKlM nsefuriittJren l 70W 00 Due Jrom National Banks sot resyvve agents Due from iipiroveo reserve Checks and other ciwii items Notes of XutioiialfctnK Fractional fMRiiereumiieynikelseS LAWFUL MONBY KISEKVE y vnx via Specie L i W Lugftlteuder 4 uO 1579 23 1714 71 Redenijitson Fniir witlU S Trees over irtkjf cin Capital tock raid J 50WO W fund a 00006 Undivided Iroit less expenses end taxes t aid Xntionnl lank otes outstanding Due to Other National BHIIK i 7 Jj Due to State end Pri ute Bunks and Hunkers 95 Ttuliviauitl ur je t to cheek JJ4F 12 Bills payable including ctrtifieates deposit money borrowed 90ti ft Reserved ll U 07 STATEOFKKSTCCKYCorNTYOFGAieSAKDS 1 S C DENNY Cashier of above bank do solemnly swear that the snitcmeiit is true to the BIY rind belief S C Subscribed and sworn to before me 15 day of Xov 1010 W O Ki noy- Noniry Public Jly Commission expires Feb 17 19 i COKKKCT Attest i GJM W I WILLIAMS Directors J K Yield of Rubber Tree flied eight feet from the ground rubber yielding tree of 15 inches diam eter gives three pints of liquid LIFTIKG THE WAGON BODIES Method Shown in Illustration Kss Proved to Be Excellent and Simple in Construction We all know how troublesome and inconvenient it is to change the wagon bodies especially when there is only to do it The method illustrated is simple but very satisfactory The piece used as a lever is 12 feet long It may be a 2 by G inch piece of strong timber or even a nice straight pole will answer The posts are eight and twelve feet above the ground and should be set deep enough to prevent pulling up or careening and should be of sufficient size to prevent bending or breaking The lever is bolted to the long post ten HI 9 00 REPORT No It O 1 nIl its Bud Item tit S frees 00 I J wte oottandulg IJil I I other I 1111 62 1t1i1 1 Ji 11t lln 11 Uescrvcil for T XC Ton I 7 N i i I I nou Pjf1UIU TIn n 4 1 i nA N if 191 I 7 tip tiXIU5 l all Miter i note Totn 1JnLrf1E3 9231itt it r fur Taxes Totnl G3 the blst of Dr tl lrt 1 1 lone ge l ri I OC9 Reserve Beat lilt ja0p00 Surt pro ARp Nan rill s lied vaunted iu Han true Prey this 0r Al I diolJ1 1oh a a Iswo Ioa4 via oral as des ti Homey ago nnrlce Q roe tE ao fur 70U It1 ce r Lifting the Wagon Bed feet from the ground with four feet projecting over the wagon To the end of the lever are fastened the rope swings four of them with loops on the lower end to hook over the bottom cross frame of the wagon body The short post is seven feet from the long one and has a row of pins set in the side of it to hold the end of the lever after the body has been liftedThe different pins correspond to the different heights of the wagons The plan is suggestive of many HOG FEEDERS the time to save your lugs wait until they become sick Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy- is the only known CURB for A few doses along with the feed now will destroy all disease breed ing germs worms and parasites in your hogs anti cause them to fatten very rapidly Costs only 5 cents per month for each hog SOLD BY 1 R Mount Son Co i I I Now is hog f w D ont cholera y j JL The public is notified that The Kaufman property one of the omes jin Kentucky and with possibly the finest site and grounds in Lancaster or even Garrard County has been placed in my hands Quick Sale by its own j It has a magnificent twelve room idence is surrounded by two acres of fine large forests trees and while accessible to City water and electric lights is just Outside The City Limits thus avoiding the city taxes It contains acres of baautiful grounds but is suscepti ble of advantageous division if necessary J Terms to suit See Hughes Swinebroadi Lancastar I I kU 1 C Aif HJt H I n Ci-I rest 15 K y l 4- c r j A of L1 a I t 3utl l t i D You Read the Blue Grass Edition of The Lexington Herald l c o i This is the regular Ioaday 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 ri U I I eOU ru yea Special Rate to January 11912 100 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 HERALDLEXINGTON INCORPORATED KENTUCKY 4 I 0 a wing Machine E E Will Be Given Away At Our Store November 26th You get a ticket with every 100 cKsn purchase or every 1 00 paid on your account if paid now 1 RJ FJI ua H LD ruBROSA I TbIL i r S r tai