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PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEIIOGRAC from The Land ofN LANCASTER KY FRIDAYS NOVEKCER 25 I91u r F Pit 1 t1 if Fro TIre Laud of w AND GOD GOVERNMENT U 33 ikEhr IE 1OItL n 1 FIRST YEA L es T L iY Wv J i V s hiPLU J Bit m Nn 1 Wi m Uj M IllTE bM f a AND I liro t I 1 toJ P lkCwl 8ljiI Ofj ii f aii11 r if- fJ ano f IIi i4 q t fJii n r i J fI gIi n I 01 U U U s IivVe are head quarters for Galvanized l t furnish on short noUce f tf fj C fJ ii tJ 1 t1 g i fr i bH UJ jL i f arease s S i t i J 1 H c oMo rt There is t lot of other Flour hut lone Ji1c- a I Q A 6p I fy N v T 1j1tf1HI f i1i ti D f eo ti FOR QUALITY Be sure and call for these brands when 0i GOOD FLOUD 7VE IVIAKE IT PHONE 47 G darrar r1iIth ij any LANCASTER KENTUCKY llltI11i TWENTY 1s t fflOT V tlr r 3 J u Let L1S make you prices can save you some money 7r Pt fig jJ c r r La roofinga can- ei f L- cTn9r to Yas d L t by- 1r P r s4Gr4hqr 1 q Mf1 7AT Y T isi 44 f4 d 4r you want f4 4- h t II DIGGING ill in the sulject of coal deep er yoa will find thaJ our coal is by far the best Ve- ICI are handling that kind 11 and we would like to con I x Ii I jI vince you Sire by buying wellscreened high I I us we are at I Lancaster lumbar fg COg l 2 money grade coal from which selling living prices t t FUIjiJo 7j i HIGHEST FSE7 PAID FOR EtW FURS HIDES WcoJ on CoainSssJon Write for pries lIt merlioninn this cd AND Ji1f1EEiCE Arm ri k ZBtESasJied1887 JOHN WHITE CO LOUISVILLE q f e i Got a chance at tbe Free Buggj at Batsons Let us see limY product by brip inj In Toup ore on or bt fore next court SOOO worth of pre m in ins given away Nov j the Insurance man NaysrLee Wade Lee and Miss Judith Kaylor bout of this county drove to the home of Elder IP M Tinder and were soon pronounced man and wife by this popular minister S2000 tarpaulin l overcoat 2m5 500 hat ShhSlCO Central Rec ord one year 4 given for test 1 U z en ears corn auv variety next court day Nov 28 liy Ed O Gaines the in j surance men Laed Sale j Hugh Swiiietroad report the sale of the improvements Md 20 acres of wvt is as the Wallace i lace at Leave by Jn i Hamiitm r M K Ross to Fl i at 5000 00- Tiiis is a toppv and Mr Cuili Is to be congrai ua ed on securing one of the best in tlie County North Pole Nov 21 1910 Wireless Message To Everybody In my trip through Tuy Laud I saw of toys and all kinds of Xmas goods no ing to Haselden hers They irlci me one entire rontn v be devoted my Ill be there too and will know when tri how Im coat j ing Santa Clause Gssa Show The pe who nursed tlie chance to see the Princees Quartette ut the liaise evening uai ed the charxe f seeing ITC ofj the best cnlertaitjKems that Lancas ter has seen in some time number wzs fine and about one hun diTd and fifty people erj yed the even log and felt that it hud not been wa ted Tbe yowg ladies were from Wichita 1C as and have been iij for the Pst two seasons giving Eba Aldnde I Mr Joseph idii o nd Ms LM- j ie fluni will mo t Faj fills cisfi tal Ti u siivmif aid ii jrlor of- i Ue Phjetls hot il uirrc in marri ue The cereM y to be performed v J5 Jr AnMtiaipet r of the chiifh The unwri the k s of Jl Jrd Mrs M cim- Aidrklje of tins roiinty ai d an hidu trious yinini farmrr The broke attractive dinliter of Mr aunt Mrs 4ohii have aid is une of the in st cmpoyreH of the Bastin Ccmnanv haviMt operated at the long distance phone Largest fa The World Our reader lute doubtless noticed the wdvertislnsr of rtrliit Metal phia Pa viiirb has been appearitij in the for some niintis past and those who have had rea 5ui to be interested in roofing have thereby The Cor right is said to be the largest makersof Metal Kls in the worid product well and over the entire Uui ied States Th v are always to give prompt attention to inquiries u d to either send samples and quote jrices to those likely LU be in need of roofing or to refer them to a nearby local Agency Our Thanksgiving Day 3Itich has been said as to the origin of our Ttmnksyivim day and all are familiar with the history of the Pil grims lirst celebration of the honored custom in our own blessed land riitir was thHiikvgiin cf real heart felt gratitude and we owe much to I them fur setting apart a day of rem embrance for blessings received It is a thing for a great nation ptilsi a d throbbing with j life and activity and whose every mo msnt is deeply intense with business t suddenly mills to erase to iirind the machinery to stand still ml then in thesolemnity and still niS the hour to render thanks to the Giver of all good gifts the source of all our joys on and our hope j for the hereafter Crab Orchard This is the gala at historic old i Crab Orchard Springs for the Natinol Fox Hunters Association is lioldi g los seventeenth annual meet there This association was formed in 18U4 with Rear Admiral lames E luett of the American N ivy as its president md the rules by which dogs are dig able for registry are made by this sis uciation and all important fox events are regulated there being perhaps fifty orginzd fox hunting associations in U S The great social event of this gatheiiig was the ball given Monday evening and not only was Kentucky represented by fiir women but many from greater dis Lances were there There are about two hundred guests t the Springs and among the number are many of jarrard county people All the Walker boys of Garrand are with their fine hogs J your arm l1 da I 2Sby Gaines t J t j I 1000 i J I Curti pin J hipments I Br d it gOds et i Com t I I Ever J I traVt l their I the r I Central t Cris i u I i ton r itt the t t RftuW1l Cu 50 N St Plitlilel t R cord we taupe 1 II proh ed Shin Weir i t ficm i01 t i j iI beaut iul stopthe J of 0I l week I it I Il our own I t a i t i i t 3OO- i I i i r t rt own Poi it him s ante t on pet Peer s 1 u day l enterirtntnPnts t t I i f valued Telephone the 23d mate- stl Company I and e glad i Bart i hunting unhand Barsous r piinting tv EBL Auxiliary will ent rtain in honor of Miss Florence Miler Saturday after noon from two thirty oclock until four Invitations have been to the Standard Auxiliary to the Circle Members and to all other sinn Workers in our town A most delight ful afternoon this will prove to be Look Out A line of from 85 to 25 to set a trap or a dead fall of any kind or hunt with a ferril upon the lands of anoth er wiuut his consent was passed by the list LojiKature and laving n his possession o caught is priua facie evidence of guilt It will be well therefore for trappers to look out WeiagEelk Miss Ora D Poorii of Buena Garrard county ad Jr Broaddus of Lincoln Ci nit v married at the residence of Ed Biliard one mile friu Dnuio O Wedneidv R iv J Dickey performed ceremony The bIde Is one of Garrards most at tractive girls Mr Broaddus is one of Lincolns best young men and their host of friends wish for them great happiness They will make their home on Mr Broaddus farm near Stanford A Mistake In our last Ispue we stated that Hp good pipe of the ip st Church voud hun a protract o l mciei ii riu rig this week We are sorry tht mis like however it watt our fault as we were given the infor mation by Mr 0 T nruminit As the past r of the Baptist Church w i not in town we could 10 frcir hitn about the uceetirg Mr Bush ir always kind enough to give us nil the church news and we gladly pubrsl same and appreciate 1 is LiiidncKS t tlie local paper In this case the ms take was not with Cesst Lee TGsi tread The Angel of Druh in mercy out his band and cb c d ihi if flight of p rinp he iiiri i and vvier f h urcsci ciuit L oTo su i wns eui irvri hiiv jd f M lie ought nd Ii dajrlu t f htittie miiKtfiJar ahplordid p hr f ii way yet he iiyli of ilii v d rl ly U unt IVJsful cud cu f miiy gen erations uf ancestry himstif tern greatest of them all in thought pur pose and achivoQieut yet he all pomp and giory and tunic on nitnseif the lfe uJ hs fthuvnien rather prfcleriig the hut their course foua and ciotUi jg tnathe cuuid the btter uiiderj uiid suf lie was a man oi convictions and he lived what Liu believed lie feared no monarch howsoever power and hssmifchly pan was ever ready in defense of his oppressed cjuntrymeu Powers asitipui entitles bowed down tj his superior intellect but he vus alike iudilfereut to the vauities and flatteries uf this world he lived his people and for his people tits great heart broke i The Talk Of The Ttntn nt mde ou page thai LI 11 is offering for sub his beautiful clothing stock a whole is to cause a seisaio iu our town That he contemplates making extensive alterations iti his store will baldly surprise anybody as Mr Baisuni one of our most progressive merchants and ha in the past showed us that he keeps up with the times To make his determination still stronger and with a view to reduce his stuck in orders to mUe room for new and uptodate merchan dise Mr Batson offers his stock at such retail prices that have never been approached in this community That the public will take advantage of such a wonderful opportunity is an assured fact In the pasts Mr Batson did put on sales which always were successful and consequently caused a great of comment among our people turn thanks for same the prices wore cut to what was thought to be the imit But now this enterprising mer chant doing more and bettor because he has cut prices in many cases below wholesale cost of goods and more because with an unwanted generosity he offers as an absolely free premium a beaut ful rubber tire bug sfv purchased for the occasion from Ilaselden Brothers right in town The bogey which cost 3500 will be on at the store every day of sale each customer shall receive a ticket for each dollar spent and no doubt competition will be keen as to be the possessor of the tickets it is indeed a wonderful act oC generosity to return thanks to the public in such a practical way and It is no wonder that his action at the present time the of the whoe town and coun try We are fclid to sate that all his advertising matter was got ten out by the Record and not one cent spent put of town I j i l li i 1 L g iI i C J I Mi 1 I t i Vii lU r a 8 ciock I j I occurfi not Hid out u reacT rd s rri Krtt t age t thy S11 h IHmi1UW t14 t x attd tte i i ive toll i and great fur The Bat iJl1 S bUll leading To re i i I I sale trice laeck Tic ti77 s red game i iota err eveein it r twit lit ro ih s t1sL arrU to- euisht d gdha 1Lt1 fir iiini repo need peasants tit tt fering puvzrry his aaiour another road pore deft better exhibition toil a t t I M3 tu fic injure with G ine t on is cr5aitlv putting ou a bi ais Go to Monday is court day Stop at till oftl9 and p y us that dollar you ow the BECOKD Mrs Kjiili Btllou has sold her on iiicbmoiui Street t Belle Scott of Biyrintsville who i move Nov 2Sb Mr Ballon and children will take room vitli Mrs Land Sale Hnphes StthebroRd report that tuy have sold for B t Kco ler about 40 the u improved past of his firm on Kntfar Urcck t Brothers a T0 00 prr sere Cordial tivifeilo- BTie pullij Is corcii Uy invited to M s Ftrece M er of LMisile JJCA MI xt Sirdi y JiMirifiip at Cbrh rirci bJie c mes tons hi rc uic el as ii JilutuitjjsiKfik jer a very cinrnihg y Uii woinar The dweilirg of J L Payne seven Kils out in the Flatvouds sectirn was bar hea with all its contents about noon Wednesday 2500 iusurance 1050 with K C Gaines Tbe oritin uf th3 lire is not known both Mr Payne ad wire tot in the dwel ling nt the ihi a rouig man whit y s 1 vir a wsih lr and Mrs Payne AH thti Iirstt i e to recover the lint on the farm tnlig to gate eotratca into thE e fouQK 3f Pavn came very nearly by the tl tints Gacd eri7- U siRR laf t Wi1iie day night the iruseiinjj4thcijj at McKendree M i clmrch of Ilubbe has beta roost notable Nearly one hundred professions v it a tbe last service fil i the house room were uf the result By iu vita tion of the pastor tht membership of the Baptist and Cbrte tiai churches in the 621 vie and all alike rcti ived valuafclf atv Haiois The spirit of accord fiuteru remarked b1 ill ptvi in i ieRcd co xrexa navJg twice div for utilcs u i i l iJrij the wi ter then iit h s been p5aaneclbf the pasfin yul Uburch Guards to confer tUo i i of the Cervices 1 1i e S n TewlMs MV csci Wfcliiestlaviit orvtf service 2 7N Scol for adults deficient c inai a K uiibb branches 3 Misie rraiuiujj Class un eni iiyt d in truclor 4 Every we ks organization a d ms of ivi Farmers In uravviaetit I itii printed program of topics b f ptep rtd for each meet inrv wit fc litrjiture of advancetl from U S Government Experiment Sta iousof the Agricul url D parfmefi State Ag ricuiturat ViJif The vigorous growth and progress of the as rt fi cted by the records of population aid harvests and the of international arc tilings for which thanksgiv g is especially due for the year 1910 according to the annual Thanksgiving lay proclamation issued by President Taft The frt ehUiiii n is as follows of 1910 is drawing to a Ths records of population and harvests which are the index of show vigoious national growth and the health and prosperous well being of our communities throughout ills land anti in our possessions be vond the seas These blessings have tot descends upon us in measure but oveillow and abound They are the blessings and bounty of God We continue to ba at pace with the rest of the world In all essen tial mutters our with other hannoniiu with an ever grovvitjg reality of fri ndliucfs and tep h cr reci siiition of mutual de peiidance It is especcialiy to be nc ted that during the past year great i regress has been achieved in arbitration and the peaceful of international dispute therefore I William Uow ard Taft president of tie United States of America iu accordance wiih the wise custom first settlements in this land and with the rule establish from the fonndatiin of this govern ment du appciut Thursday Nov 24 1JIO as a day of national thanksgiving anti enjoining the people on that day to meet in their churches for the praise of Almighty God and to return thanks to Him fur all His goodness and loving ness In witness whereof I have herenn tn my hand and caused the seal of the United Statef to be affixed Done at the city of Washington this fifth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and and of epn ence of the United States the 135th William Subscribe Record of j Ion residence r 1 tt acres of Huffman f i t Big Fire o heir t W some dtstarce Vi I list to united heartily cum tmfly the MIr I and ht I t VIC ld t o inrornrt ion the Proclamation country con iti us This year rest rioted rein iHs are can e Now prayer heartfelt kindle set tan theo Taft fur i tt1 Speaking Bat sows tutu alxut Go Icy S hex 6l r and tae away being cnntait staadiag tern i Was it Teat has with t hung t lie also t s auk ilimg general pace close progress pool 1 the f settlement IL f i F j S 0 f 01 ll V1i E J tf9 JjCa7 r Y v Jc t- S V IE pti ri ill Y L4SS BEST HEATER MADE g Come and we will show you why n a r i BROS t c I f Ii tfit tI b t g YCqAWVec lSS1meJ elJ j E i 4 he Si Wapn with the late improvements is the Strongest and Lightest Running Wagon made See me before you buy ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky I I3KS The handsomest line we have ever had Must see to appreciate them Come and examine and price them R HBATSON J ijfltnry fiT J I21l CLOg S CLOAKS I i 1I II I 1 w V 0 l rY U TUAT DOllaRI rt s a J- S v t CENTRAL RECORD IKCORPOBlTED I8BUEB WEEKLY SL A YEAR GREEN CLAY WALKER itr Mail Member Ky and Eighth District Publishers Leefue Lancaster Ky November 25 1910 ataa Fir Pelltlcsl Announcement For Precinct and City Offices f 500 Offices 1000 State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line W For Cards per line W publications iu 1 he inter est of individuals expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We are authorlz d w announce Hon Clnrles A Hardin a candidate foi Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis trict at the November election 1911 subject to the action of the Democrat ic party Every growiug amtiliuus town is composed of three elements Those who work parioiicaSly vigorousouslv arid intelligently for its advancement those who are in a state of apathy or indifference and those who take a delight in discouraging the of others ridicule andiby a denial that any progress can or has been accomplished and by beasts of every other torn besi Jes their owu The last class are called crockers but thev are really something worse foi their opposition does not arise simpl from despondency but that unen viable spirit that will neither act it self or suffer others to act MSeise The great troube among American youth is the lack of application and thoroughness in what they undertake Anything that cannot be learned by superficial study is given the goby for something less tediuus StudY and bard labor are looked at from a wrung standpoint and as a consequence the clerkship ranks are full of unemployed young men and the professions are overflowing with mediocrity while good mechanics find plenty of work at living prices The evil spoken of Is seriously felt And those who work ata trade do It in so loose and careless a manner that they often are not to do the work they promised to do On account Thursdsy being Thanksgiving Day our paper pub lisned on Wednesday Thanksgiving Day is an annual religious served In the United States suggested by the Hebrew feast of tabernacles or feast of ingathering at the end of the year The occasional observance of a day of thanksgiving formally recom mended by the civil authorities was in Europe in the fifteenth century These appohtnieuls were at different seasons of the year but were generally for the harvest and were in late autumn the war President Lin coln issued a proclamation rec in special thiuksgiviug for In 1862 and 1863 and a national procla mation of the annual thanksgiving in 1863 and 1864 Since that time such a proclamation has been issued annually by the president as well b the Governors of the states and the mayors of the cities and custom has fixed the time for the last Thursday in November Nut only Japan but in various cap ilals of Europe the idea is expressed that Democratic supremacy in United States is likely to promote action relative to the Phiii pines Several Japanese statesman profess to believe that the Democrats ray turn the islands over to them European opinion takes it for granted the great powers may be come the purchaser- In these expressions the facts in the case are lost to sight The Purpinrs never would become dependeu dencies of the United States if it bad ot for the votes of Democratic Senators IB all probi ity nothing of importance will be done as to them without the votes of many Republican SenatorsAs iaperalistic experiment in the Oient was not in the first instance a party question so now there is no definite party division concerning our future policy in that quarter The Republicans profess to be aiming the ultimate independence of toe islands whatever that may mean The Democrats have demanded an im mediate declaration of our purpose to give them independence at the time with suggestions of a which is rot any clearer The truth is that we seize this tie thoughtlessly and for the present at least It is le s painful to bold on Irmly than to relax our grip An amiziDg blunder from every point of view the acquisition of the islands unquestionably was We shall be for Indeed in if IB disposing of the harden we do not taTolve ourselves in trou Ke Tortc World to eM mile IB the lead alai Ile track lllr Uk Ii Fr h h curious effort by from competent J I festivalub not unusual Durin mend- Ing VictorY day Let w i that ORe of bees toward proper protectorate net our z I Peet Gjci 1 Laestter a- AseeACaa Miter press Association For Wunty Total persistent 1 eDf p evil lw Ti the- decisive t 2 hate w evea greater New Ws y a 1 r- A Cfaiereice OfStraws According to expectations about Governors will attend the cf Governors to be held at Frauk fort and at Louisville next week In a speech made to those present at the luncheon in the red room called by Chairman Andrew Cowan of the General Committee for the purpose of discussing plans for the enter tainment of the visiting Governors Gov declared that be had no doubt that the prospective visitors would form the most distinguished group of guests the State of Kentucky bad ev er entertained Col Andrew Cowan chairman of the General Commltttee told of the royal reception and splendid entertain ment provided the Governors during the conference in Wa hington out he declared that he believed Kentucky would surpass even the entertainment provided there an opinion iu which Mayor William O Head and ail concurred- A large sum will be raised for the entertainment of the visitors in 1050 of the amount needed been subscribed in five minutes at the luncheon Thursday Invitations to Goveruorsand Gover norselect of all 1 be States have been sent out by Jov Wilson from The invitations state that The General Assembly of Kentucky bj j int resolution invited the Gover nors and Goveruorfcelict to come to Kentucky fur the third conference which is t le open in Frankfort on Tuesday November 29 to Louisvilh for conferences The back and cute tainmeiit in that city on Wednesday November 30 and Thursday December 1 The invitations lay stress on the fact that It is especially desired that each Governor shall bring his wife or the women of his faniiv who are to Oe entertained largely in private times The invitation declares that The reason fur the conference is its usefulness An outline of the programme is in the InviUtion as follows November 29 Col E IT Taylor of Frankfort will give a luncheon at his icautiful home before the afternoon insiness meeting and there will be a reception at the Governors mansion it night The next morning Wed nesday November 30 we go to Louis ville by special train and stop at The Seelbsch Hotel where rooms haw peen reserved for all and on our there will be a business meeting before luncheon Automobiles will meet the train and will be in attend inre for the members of the and families throughout the conference Wednesday night here will be a gen en 1 at Pendenuis Club where our guests will meet a great many of our people Thursday nightdiriners in a num ber of homes will be given with to all of our guests the bterkr Jwial By Request Lines In loving memory of my husband John Travlor Died 1910 October 8 1878 October 8 1910 So often weve wondered dear loved one Which one first would pass through We have greeted this day each year with delight And soften been thankful that fac H d been kind to u left us Together lifes conflicts to meet We were happy to know we were and true And tis yet a glad memory sad sweet To think of the years that have van ished They were long but so short now Theres left to me but the Godsend of tears And to think and remember and dream To know you pleasure in sorrows dark night To live with you lifes journey through To others so noble so honest upright To me always tender and true It i rhapsody still to remember You were mine so rebellious Ive been Since the grave hid your face and your form from my view Yet Ill seeyou and know you again The brightest of all earthly blessings Was to know that through all you were true And the crown of all heavenly glory Will be dwelling forever with you Be sti 1 my sad heart cease renm ing Gods justice is glorious and true Tile clouds hide the sun but tis shin Ing And it halo speaks always of you Theres a haven of rest for the wear oppressed Together well be on that shore No heaven Id share if you were not there To live saved redeemed evermore Clare Duty Traylor NOT smrroit BLONDER 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 rodsbarp K but for years they saw every attempt to cure a lung racking rough fail A t 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 bad for years This wonderful lifesa ver is an unrivaled remedy for coughs lagrippe asthma croup hem orrhages whooping cough or weak 60c tlOO Trial bottle GwuruUed by R B McBoberts So la r7 7 ci I thirty repail ill I S d pal ty the invitations Fr 13 the to strutrgl seem- S naught colds fret Iii j I Y Cf rit I conference Wilson present Louisville having Frankfurt given arrival April gate toying ill pegs The Dairy COVT The dairy cow does more than bring financial success to the dairy farmer She makes him a better citizen that he would otherwise be Her influence upon home conditions is a most contribution to those factors which are responsible for the changed conditions which prevail in the farm homes of today Thousands of these homes are now characterized by and happiness were formerly they were blighted by drudgery and m happiness better financial conditions have contributed to this change and the dairy cow has been in no small responsible She has contributed instill another v av The dairy cow teaches kindness Her owner soon Icarus that only by treating her kindly he secure the highest possible from ner and she responds quick ly to kiiid words and proper care Her disposition ii one that the human family might well emulate She is patient and long suffering acquiescing mutely in the arrangements made by tIer owner fur carrying on the buisness striving at all times to repay him for every effort made fur her cart and comfort The members of the family as they come in contact with her and her kindly disposition are influenced foi good As they appreciate the finan cial benefit to come from caring fur her well they take a deeper interest in her In doing so they unconsciously cultivate those qualities which make them better citizens The dairy cow the prototype of mans best friend is wielding a greater influence than she is generally credit ed with She has always been fount in the front ranks in the march of civlHzuton and no agriculture countrv can long prosper without her She is i potent factor in the upbuilding ol such a country financially and and a wise ptople will appreciate her and encourage the industry of which she is the foundation Saved An Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to yawn be fore Robert Madsen of West Burling ton lawn when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best gave him up Then was the marvelous curative power of Elec tric Hitters For after eight months of frightful sulldring from liver trou p and yellow jaundie getting no IP from other remedies or doctors iv bottles of this matchless meflkitic mpletely cured him Its positively guaranteed for Stomach Liver or Ki i hey troubles and never disappoint Only at R E McRoberts Sum 1m Every day the year will be a day of If you trade with W E Walker CoHere are some good things we have for your Than ksgivi n g dinnerFresh OystersCelery CranberriesFancy Cream Cheese Oregon Apples CakesOranges Bananas Plum Pudding PineappleLeave order early to insure prompt atten tionBring u s your produce W e pay the highest price LBfib Co Phone No 181 r pleasing comfort measure daft V socially physicians sh IWI t 50 in- v THANKS GIVIt GII 1 H I returns r x 7 k ACROBATIC ELEGANCE Matilda bought a liobbla skirt Its style was very fine But is was tied so tight it hurt Around the ankle line And yet she rather liked It It showed her wellshod feet And offered glimpses now and then Of hosiery so neat 4 And so unto a man she went or great gymnastic skill And many hours a day sho spent In practise with a will At last she Is prepared to meet The hobble starts demands She doesnt try to use her feet But walks upon her hands ANOTHER FOOZLE 7 when I t f f Helen ever get a at golf she thought so until she married him Pessimistic Ring out ring out the wedding bells True love must run its course Although deep in our hearts we Therell soon be a divorce Compensation Congressman Dan Anthony of Leavenworth Kan a nephew of late Susan B Anthony has a ten yearold son who looks at the prac tical side of things every time Not long ago his father had to go to Washington When the day of arrived Mrs Anthony said to theboySon arent we going to be when papa goes away Yes replied the boy but well have a lot more cream for our oat meal Compared you ever see a mum my did It look like you ever see a dried Trotter Well thats a mummy on a small scale A Remedy Uneasy lies the Bead that wears a crown said the student of history shaking his head They neednt be uneasy If they dont want to rejoined old Bibulous Why dont they hang up their crowns on the costumer and if they want a sound sleep take a good old American nightcap A Deceiver He is superintendent of the Sun day school and a leading man In the community Isnt he Yes but I am greatly disappointed in himWhen we were young folks he to me and when I rejected him he said he would go to the dogs BASHFUL GraceDid prize j I MaudWell theft lonesome HomerDid TrotterYesHomerWhat TrotterDid appleHomerYes proposed I near departure contemporary Office Boy The boss Is busy now Will you wait in the anteroom Silas feller cant I wait in the uncle room A Ticklish Matter The Airship man While taking flight Still thinks about A place to light Helps Plants an item that says the use of electric lights will make plants grow wonder what kind of plants Church Electriclight plants guess Yonkers Statesman Vain Regret If you had begun to save up when I told you you would have a riica little home now No I wouldnt Yes you would easily No I wouldnt Id have a nice lit tle auto darn It Nov 12 191 In the matter of Fannie Turner as signee tbe creditors of Fannie A Tur ner are hereby notified that I as as signee of Fannie A Turner will re ceive claims against the said estate at my office in the National Bank of Lancaster sam to be properly proven I will hold my sittings commencing on the twentyfirst day of November and continue up to the twelfth day of December 1910 November 13 1910 J A Beazley Assignee CloverSaay si7 ChurchHeres GothamI I Ky ll 84t young r Lancaster c For 1O days only beginning Nov 25 we Of fer you the following described articles at a greatly reduced price to make room for Xmas goods This is a rare opportunity to secure good dependable Furniture Rugs ect so take advantage of the sale Ji X X X DXX i 11 Fl E Wn BA GAINSJQ t S9 zr i2 a aka aCYnCln aJcr3aris rr x uu sc 10G V M Brass Beds regular price 11250 now SlUOO This is a 2 inch continuous post Bed weighing 185 lbs Grasp the oppor tunity to get one while they last llI a1 i r tP rJJ r 7 36 x 72 Smiths Sat Axinin ster in all the newest fRugs patterns and bright colors regular price 4 00 to 4 0 now 360 twt Ob wU Yu r Tables sizes 16x16 0x20 24x24 Quartet saw oak Tubbed and polished was 150 175 and 225 now 125 150 and 2 c CON Public Sale Monday Ktiv 28 County Court I will i her for sal to the highest the household gnosis and j including one very tine organ it i condition uf Mrs Dorcas Dab j at her lite residence on Rich mood street Sale at 2 p m fj Hjis lclen i Administrator rOn fun Itt rJ S I I i P fete a J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Otlice Phone 31 Residence Phone j LANCASTER KY HoldTurkeys Until i to tenth of December Eggs 28 to 29 cents Chickens 8 to 9c Just received a car of pure Can el Coal H B NQRTHCOTT DEPOT STREET Fruit and Shade Trees Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for tree Catalogue No Agts HFHillenmeyer Sons j Lexington Kentucky first 0 t i 4 I t1 o 7 s r r I z21 best patterns Regular price 250 now 200 as long as last tthey tITJ i s Trunks at a small fraction of their regalar value they It r must go regardless of iI t t race r iII I 27x54 Smiths Rugs in all the newest and I Sat xminster Fact we have bargains all the time It will pay you t ftl j to investigate these prices before buying elsewhere Bi JS I F I f s I s LANCASTER KENTUCKY Io If a oUI0 18 g g g g J jfJ1Ltilt ht This Bank will lighten the burden for your mon ey Open an account and at once be relieved of all anxiety about thieves fire or other sources of danger to I ofcaring i your cash The GARRAED BANK TRUST Co Is a much safer place for your cash than your home or office De posit yours here so as to get the security of its strong fireproof vaults Commence nowand sleep sound tonight YOUR TOBACCO I BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH id fla3M 1P 9 iiASELufli Once National Bink of Lancaster Phone 31 Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILlS delivered at your door twice a day S W MOSSPhone 190 DOLLAR iilH come back to you 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 idea where it will buy the moet I 4 r 4 i Q rcA s e i i i YOUR l 1 t t JNUREIi O i 4N AN N L Aei1 ant t E 4r Y Yti 4 A t Merchants Attention- We desire to make a change in our business Therefore we now offer for SALE AS A WHOLE the magnificent CLOTHING Stock of R H Batsons Store Lancaster Kentucky Any merchant wishing to inspect this very complete stock will be welcome during the hours of 8 and 9 in the morning when all information regarding same shall be givenR BatsonIi MAGNIFICENT STOCK Lancaster Kentucky The Satire Of H BatsonR To The Public In order to devote all our atten tion to the Dry Goods Ladies Readyto wear Ladies and Gents Furnishings Shoes Hats Etc nid to make extensive alterations in our always popular store we now offer for ale our clothing stock as a whole But to make it attractive to a prospective buyer we now in augurate a 14 DAYS SALE during which profits are to be forgotten You will be able to buy the very latest and seasonable goods at prices never dreamel before Come and see the unusual low prices at which we offer our superb lines of goods in every department To look means to be convinced and to buy R H Batson I Consisting of new and uptodate merchandise and to be sold out slick and clean lock stock and barrel without regard to former cost or selling prices These goods consist of Dry Goods Ladies Ready to wear cloaks ladies furnishingmens clothing of the best makers high grade hats and shoes select gents furnishing jewelry trunks etc all new and clean goods to be sold within 14 days for whatever it will bring t MOST STUPENDOUS BONAFIDE SALE IN YEARS The day his is no choice It is compulsion The entire stock must go so that we cm mike necessary alterations Nothing is reserved everything AT YOUR dollar in cash is worth more to us thii dlloirs merchandise hence the prices you get the benefit TURN OUR LOSS INTO YOUR GAIN Reid Sea the mighty nnd crushing prices they tell the story of how one mans loss makes your gain The goods are here the prices are here and if saving dollars is anything to you you be here SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 26 at 9 when the mightiest and m 3t wonderful selling out event ever known will begin trifle J t MEROYone tw f will A M Read Digest Mark Ponder Learn Realize Profit Wonder Watch Wait for this Wonderful Event From Saturday NOVEMBER 26th at Lancaster Ky to MONDAY December 12th Staple Department 1 yard wide Brown Sheeting a bargain at 6 1 yard Bleaching fine extra heavy quality per yard 5 A better grade one yard wide at your mercy 9c Standard Calico come in all ois price per yard 4c Apron Ginghams in different pat terns and colors 10c values For 14 Dress Gingham postively worth your mercy 9c Mohair 50 inch beautiful grade postively worth 75 cents Sale price now 42c Standard Outing Flannel patternspositively worth 15c a yard for 14 days 5c Striped Serges worth 75c a yard beautiful shades at your mercy 49 A large selection of Suitings all colors and patterns worth I5c Sale price lOc Black all wool Panama worth 100 a yard now per yard 790 A good cotton blanket going at 49c 114 cotton blanket come in gray at your mercy 98c A all wool blanket at your 349 Skirts Ladies high grade dress skirts all wool perfect fitting garments show ing the latest fashion worth 500 at your mercy 299 Ladies ultra fashionable skirt the skirt that appeals to every per 6 days5cIx at f LadiesTailored positively tI r I cola q beautiful mercy r fi 1 son of refinement genuine French Voile never sold for less than 1200 is at your mercy for 798 Cloak and Suit Depart rnent- A full line of Childrens coats 10to 14 All going at 198 Ladies full length cloaks made of black broadcloth worth positively 650 at your mercy 489- A suit that is the highest of a tailors art the latest style all wool and satin lined worth 1800 at your mercy 1098 Another suit beautifully adorned with silk braid and buttons all handtailored and never sold for less than 2000 is at your mercy now 13 9 Towels Notions etc A good towel 4e A much better grade 8c Pins full count to the paper for 14 days Ic Capsheaf safety pins all sizes per paper 3c Thimble 3e Needles 2 papers PC Ladies FurnishingsL- adies Plain Black Hose seamless all sizes guaranteed tOe value 8c Childrens fast black hose all sizes 10c values at 8e Childrens fast black hose spliced heels and toes extra heavy ribbed 15c values now 9c Ladies Black Hose never sold for less than 25c at your mercy 19c Ladies fleeced Vests 22c Ladies linen finished Handker imported produce Store closed to all the world Thursday November 24 and Friday November 25th Nt goods sold and nobody admitted until Saturday Nov 26th- at 9 a m Wanted at Once 25 Salespeople 25 t S 54 AN Buggy on exhibition at the store to be GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE 85 Rubber Tire BOUGHT FROM BROS LANCASTER Each purchaser is entitled to a tick et for each dollar spent in the store from November 26th to December 22nd The customer shall himself drop the duplicate number in a solder ed box which hall be cut open on December 22nd at 2 p m and from which sbtl be drawn the winning number The only condition being that the holder of the winning num ber shall be present if he is not the drawing shall continue until some one present with the coresponding num ber will be awarded the buggy chiefs sold regular at 1 c at your mercy 3c Ladies hemstitched and embroid ered Handkerchiefs at your mercy 8c Outing Flannel Gowns different colors uptodate patterns worth 75c at your mercy 49e Ladies Sweaters all wool latest patterns worth 400 is at your mer cyv 249 Look at our Full line of Baby Coats and Hoods Ladies Shoes- A lot of dress shoes to be at 98c Ladies shoes in vici kid patent tip worth 200 at your mercy 129 f HASE L DEN sacrificed Money must be had at all hazards Remember this No matter what you have seen before yod have never seen anything like this It will pay you to lay everything aside and travel 100 miles to attend this greatest sale that ever has cccurcd in this section the first train or cart automobile horse mule take shanks mare and get here open day or soon Tell the good news everywhere so that all may rorre and slime in the greatest harvest magnificent bargains If ou do not come to this FUAERAL OF PROFITS you will miss the greatest values in low priced goodness ever hcvglt that is all Rend the item These prices will clear the store like a storm wave sweeps the deck of an trean Steamer i I i I Ho ling t Ladies shoes in black vici kid patent worth up to 200 all the new styles and lasts for 14 days 189 Childrens shoes all sizes and styles worth up to 200 at your mercy 98 Mens Furnishing Agood Dress Shirt sells regular for 75c now 3c Mens fine shirts fancy and nob by designs worth 100 Sale price 79C Undershirts and drawers just the thing for this season 35C Work Shirts face sleeves extra long worth 50c now A fine 25c Tie reversible silk for fourteen days i6c A better one sale price 39c Mens iSc Hah Hose Black socks of extra thread good 15 cent value in all sizes At your mercy 8c Mens Fancy socks at your mer cy lie Mens neatly hemstitched hand kerchiefs in plain white and borders a standard 10c seller Sale price 3c Mens linen finish hemstitched Handkerchiefs narrow and wide hems worth 15 cents At your mercy Mens suspenders extra good quality pretty designs standard 25c genuine bargains At your mercy 14e A much better and higher grade never sold for less than 35c At your mercy 19c A better one sale price 39c c 8e 3i colored Mens Jersey ribbed underwear as good as Coopers going at 46c A good sweater for boys 2 c Mens sweaters in all colors The best grade 9 Clothing Department Mens fine Dress Suits all wool in checks and plaids very neat pat terns Sale price A very fine Suit the higest of fashion latest patterns and finest material never sold for less than for 14 days 898 A tailored made Suit in the very latest fashion the newest Summer fabrics Was a bargain at 2000 For 14 days 1289 The best Blue Serge on the the very latest pattern and cut For 14 days 1298 Fine Boys and youths long coats worth up to 200 at cy 119 A beautiful line of Boys At your mercy 298 Mens Pants A large line of Mens Pants worth up to 150 going at 2 50 Mens Pants for 184 designs and excellent tailored made of imported woolens none in this lot worth less than 250 Sale price 184 Our entire line of Trousers They are made of imported Nowhere in this city can you equal them for less than 400 now 319 200 Corduroy Pants now 98c 300 Corduroy Pants tailor made for fourteen days 198 13C 8 1250 market your mer overcoats 98c Distinct 400 wor- steds 51 OUR GUARANTEE Nothing reserved Experienced clerks to wait on you remember your money back on any unsatisfactoy purchase Railroad fare refunded to purchasers of 2000 worth merchandise on presentation of return ticket Positively no goods charged Cashat BATSONLANCASTER KENTUCKY The Policeman in Front will guide you to the right place I I R 4 J S ii Ji H u- 6 i i i Boys Suits Boys two piece suits of good wearable materials neatly made in Knickerbocker styles Russian Blouses Sailor suits etc Worth up to 300 At your mercy 198 Boys fashionable knee pants suits in swellest novelties and fash ions value for fourteen days 379 Shoe Department Mens double sole lace shoes Lon don cap extension soles also heavy work shoes every pair guaranteed for good wear worth 175 at your mercy 98c Mens fine dress shoes made from select calf and vici kid best workmanship and finished worth2 At your mercy 143 The best shoe on the market for the price the latest toes and styles in all leathers sale price 319 Boys Shoes we close an entire lot of odd and ends at 119 Mens Hats Come and get your pick of a nice lot of hats at 59c 150 value good stylish Hat Sale price 98 Stetson and Dunlap shape Hats in black and drab an excellent value Come in all sizes and styles Sale Price 149 John B Stetson Hats the best of all 500 Hats For fourteen days 349 A large selection of Boys caps 19c Mens caps with ear flaps 19c 500 50 nn at your mercy FREE FREE To the first five ladies customers entering our store after 9 oclock Saturday morning we will give a nice 10 yard Dress Pattern to the first five men a fine Dress Shirt absolutely freeThe one chance of a life time Do not miss it J i j Ladies to know they can got SAMPLES nd O ESTIMATES on their f by writing at once to i MISS R J OWENS I I guarantee perfect fit when correct measures are sent also stylish uptodate gowns Respectfully if So J OWENS f 1 444 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky r Ai I II fi aI 111 IW JIII I 1 f 5f r i111 1itG SEt 1rLv J I 11 I Ii I I I 1 1rI IG J 7- V t M rd MIssl t tx IUYA IWlRht1V I and let me Finish your pie tares for youiJ t I Hifr T j 1 n ltAt At rn I McRobertsrromits ke Your Husband Will U n willing to have you go back to ordinary flour once he has lasted the delicious brad cakes baked from 4JC i t Ee- g 1 WHITE FLOUR I 54 not try a sack of it The result will please iiitn and J- Li too The cost of White Swan Flour is no more than that of conunon Flour Try a sack your next order p Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills r ALEX WALKER Prop Why Oil J i t It 9ffi SWAN e tr l J President WALelnti-t GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31 19 on or write IL C KING Passenger Old Ticket Agent 10J E Main St LEXINGTON K YOUR TOBAGO We will pay highest market price at all times De liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford W R KINCAID DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO Residence Phone 199 Stanford Kentucky m rC foil POlrtic Irs cal 01 r g S v 39 g I SELL i t1 j x Y J S Vice Prestj ORGANIZED 1883 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I- Oi LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier f W O RIONEY Asst Oashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper J J WALKER TK BookKeeper F Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnod WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ID ASOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAILY VIA II The Ix tt 25000 ijI i Asst I IrI I r Pr II IT- Oi ALL l t i 9 r t MtD THE National Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DEN XV Hesident J E STORIES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr- R T Etttbry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denuv J L Gill WilliamsV I f 1 ES3 embar x- L For the Penalty goes on at that time Time and Trouble Remember the new law compells the Sheriff to settle in rf December 1st or pay the penaltY Sferilf f 3arrard County n l1 N I r tt111fT f Itt o jJ I i U Wil r 0Hl N 0 Wr f1 1 t0LJ y 0 r e Lee S aV6 Y JOn6g revenue full by BALA R D 5 5 rc D l f L r7 I I rL31 r tI i13 1- I i r I z I ra T tip GaT9 t y1 v cyr i ti g3r k a t 4 A w fi s 3 wb wt 4 Ygxt AH WHO KNOWS Do you know she said I didnt come to this place at alL I had an idea that it would be awfully stupidAnd havent you found It stupid he asked You know I havent How should I know No place could be stupid If you were there It Is very nice of you to say so I shall be so sorry when you leave It has been the most glorious week of my life I am glad to know that but I hope there may be many more glorious weeks in store for you After he had gone to the tennis court and left her alone on the wide veranda she sighed and said to How sad it is that a woman Is the right to tell a man she cares for him Who knows what would have happened if I might have told him all Only Two Kinds Little Lawrences grandfather was very ill and a trained nurse had been employed to care for him When he became convalescent a young woman who had studied in a hospital for a short time was secured In her place A sympathetic neighbor meeting Law rence the following conversation took placeHow Is your dear grandpa this morning Lawrence He is better Have you the trained nurse still No the trained nurse has gone away and the one we have now Is half trained and half Home Companion Another Kind j Ha said the Russian count with a fierce scowl on his Muscovite fea tures This worm of an American writer has insulted me with his pen Has he written a biting satire about you inquired the fair charmer to whom he spoke Nothing so gentlemanly yelled the count He has named his pig after me DIFFERENT W u want to I I I denied wildWomans I l I i J herself Minks plays golf so well he ought to be a professional- Yes I suggested it to him but he says nothing would induce him to work so hard in hot weather Guess Ho wanted a hat His wife did too Which got a new lid I leave it to you Something in a Name Pretty smart girl eh You bet shes smart Why last spring that gal trapped a halfdozen skunks down here in Poppletons woods an sent th skins to Noo York to be made up Now shes got one of th finest sets of Alaskan sables you ever laid eyes on Three Masterpieces Picture will be 15000 francs and I guarantee them all as absolutely authentic Customer I think Ill only take the middle one cant let you do that Thats genuine one of the lot Pete Mele Overworked The philosopher of the Philadelphia Inquirer turns in his swivel chair and remarks Divorce is that somber background that makes happy stand out in bold relief But doesnt the philosopher begin to think there is too much and too little relief Added Years Young Wife Tomorrow will be my twentyfifth birthday Hubby Why a year ago Just before our wedding you told me you were twentyY Yes but we women age after marriage Letting Father In I am going to ask your father for your hand in marriage How dreadfully oldfashioned you areIn what way Dont ask him ten him Still Living Do you believe that the diplodocuc exists Did up to last week You astonish me Are you not Nope I married her daughter DealerThat DealerI the most marriages background 1 Nell rap- Idly tonight still mistaken UPSET STOMACH Causes Sick Headache Nervousness And Biliousness R E MsRubcrts Sun guarantees stomaCH tablets to cure upset stomach or any other ctsi of indigestion jur money bscc And a large box costs oO cents There is no remedy on earth so good for 95 per cent of tie ailments of tlu stomach as the prescription known the world over as MIONA stops the misery of a dis tressed stomach in live minutes It gives instant rid and comfort to sour or gassy stumachs It heart burn and heaviness promptly But stomach tablets do not stop at rtlief they are guaranteed to cure And they do cure and if you could look through a few thousands of testi monials that come to us from former dyspeptics telling of the marvelous cu rative value of MlrONA stomach tablets you wuuld be just as as are If you are out of sorts nd the stom ach is the cause get a cent box ot MIOX A today In 24 hours you will feel more cheerful in a week the sunshine will again come into your life in two weeps you will be able to eat anything yon want will sleep peacefully and will he vigorous and fu l of energy Dont hesitate to try MIONA they never disappoint Sometime tilt simplest sttraaeh trouble Causes mh the entire borly A vTl set your stomach right in a day Sold byRE McRuberts Sun and everywhere lui BUCKEYE Mr Eld Dickerson sold to Ray a calf fur 814 00 Mr R I Burton pent Saturday with Mrs J P Long of Cottonburg Miss Atrn s Mif s is isittng couisin s Helen Ripy of Lawrence burg MrePrinlis ann little child ren were with her mother Mrs B Ray a part of last week Miss Mae Broaddus was with her friend Miss Rella Arnold of Lancaster Sutwday and Sunday Mrs Raymond Ray and son Neil and Miss Cordia Ray were guests of tilts William Fain Sunday M and Mrs Jasper Noel visited her parents Mr and Mrs Nick er of Midison the tirslof the week ANSWERS EVERY CALL Lancaster People Hafe Found That Tnis Is True- A cold a strain a sudden wrench- A little cause may hurt the kidneys Spells of headache often folow Or some irregularity ofthe urine A certain remedy fur such attacks- A medicine that answers every call Is Doans Kidney Pilis a true spec ific Thousands of people rely upon it Here is one cist Simeon name carpenter E Maii St Stanford KV aais Some Tears igo I used Doaus Kidney will Hood results lu ItWO I nut with ai iccident which brought on a recur rence of kidney complaint I recov sitlicientiy so that 1 could work out my tack remained very weak When doing anything that required itooping my bucc became very lame ind painful Remembering what Doans Kidney Pills had dune for me previously I procured a box and they slave me great relief Doans Kidney Pills have my highest endorsement For by Iii dealers Price 50 cents FosterMiiburn Cu Buffalo N Y sole agents fur the StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other 1m Mr George Kelley went last week to Cincinnati to attend the bunijl of his sister MrW D Marksbury went to Lex ington for a visit t Mr and Mrs John GreeningRev of Louisville wail preach at the Fork church next Sunday mor ning and evening Miss Ray of Caldwell college was the guest of Miss Margaret Jenkins Saturday and Sunday Rev Jones of Louisville preached two excellent sermons at the 31 1 Hebron church Sunday The Ladies working society wil meet with Mrs Eugenia PclLtrd nex Thursday at 2 oclock Miss Eugenia Pull rd has returned home after a pleas Jut visit to her sis ter Mrs Ella Cecil of Danville Mr Joe Tuygl i of Portsmouth Va has been spending several days with his parents Mr and Mrs W M Tug gleMr D F Rankins shipped from Danville last week two carloads of mules and two carloads of hay to GeorgiaMr Rice of Danville recent ly came out toenjoy a rabbit hunt with Messrs Mason and Tealeafus PollardMr and Mrs Millard and four children of Pondcreek Oklahoma are the guests of Mr C K Poindexter and family Mrs Margaut Naylor of Lancaster who has been visiting Mrs Fannie Pollard is the guest this week of Mrs Margaret Sutton The box supper given at Sunnj Side last Wednesday evening was well a cn rrl rrrceeds ril P given f O but ION A M tjna we eryof itlO Raymond Mi WtIer School PlUS red sale MARISLUKl f I Dizziness M slops enthusiastic tilt L druggist sos her i CATARRH Cured By Tie Marvel Oi Tie Cectay R Hawking Spitting Foul Breafcl d te charges of yellow matter permanently cured with pure II tinicalhmredienr To prove it we wili send Tim i SAM PLE TREATMENT FREE TATA RRII IS NO ONLY DAN GEROUS but it cattsrs iicciitiwus death and decay of boaes antbt Lion causes loss of appetite and reaches to general debi iy idiocy and insanity it needs attention at once Cure it by Botanic Blood Saluv B B B It is a iiiic5fT radical per manent u it rids the of the j iou germs that cause catarrh At the same time Blond Bairn B puiifles tLe brood does away with every system of catarrh B B B sends a tingling HM CI of warm rich pure blood direct to tTiepanilfzed nerves and parts affected by catarrbtii poison giving warmth and streughi jtkt where Is needed and m tLis way making a perfect lasting cure C catarrh ill all forms Druggist DC by exp ess SI 00 per large bottle vtirit direct is for Samplesent free by writing Blood Balm Co Ga Describe your trouble awB free medical advice given i P Friable 1m phans home Pearlie the four year old daughter of Mr and Jack Daily died oC and was burried Sunday afternoon in cemetary at this place Mr Zach Ekin of the Bend was seriously ill at the home of his grandson Mr Will Smith of ville lie is no better at this writing Rev Heilbrone of Lexington tined his regular appointment at Pleasant Grove church Sunday morning atE was the guest of Mr C A Robinson while here Mr W C Greening was with rel ttives here Saturday and Sunday En Route Corbin complete the organization of a bank which he started at that place The Judges the highest honor to Miss Nancy Woods in a scale contest Friday afternoon rise points of contact were tone re duction tone color and suiothness of execution Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Eczema WeProvelt I Why waste time and money expert menting with greasy salves and lotians trying to drive the eczema germ underneath the skin when R E McRoberts Sons Drug Store tees ZEMO a clean liquid preparation fur external use to rid the skin tf germ life that causes the troubN One application will relieve ing and often times one bottle issutli cient to cure a minor case of eczema In over 2000 towns and cities in America the leading druggist has the agency forZEMO and he will tell you of themarvelous cures nride by this clean simple treatment ZEKO is recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for pim ples dandruff and all other forms ot kin or scalp affections whether on or grown person Will you try a bottle on our recommeudati H E McRoberts Suns Drugstore Fine New Automobile Tires cheap not trust mule goods Save you 50 yer cent on tire cost Any style bead 28x2812 GO 30x 313 75 30x3 12SITSO 32x3 122S 10 34x3 12Sll 60 30x4S2I 70 31x4 2200 i43S0 34x4S2H80 0 Dunlops 15 per cent additional Tubes 15 per cent than standard prices No shoddy goods Prompt shipments C O D allowing examination 5 per cent dis cash with order G EVER CO Ohio Rag Carpet for Wall Paper Among the peculiar substitutes for wall paper is that in one of the art galleries It is nothing but a huge rag carpet of neutral tone that covers the entirewall space Tired Women WMKIWWI asi frci frtiM teed a Me That feefef wed Ml leave yw iisetf THe TkMsaiis of weaver have tries Card aid wrile eidwsiaslieaUy ils to B fcr t often takiu BoB it it home curE pneumonia nat t t unaimouslyawarded I from gear11 the itclt eczema infant f3txlI5 cl1un for SALES Dayton less II lire ill II Car elkdualreiRQ meats II weaea II B Tested 30Yczrs its b cue system Atlanta Sold by Mrs taken j recently the fur less used everwiilik w drat Iii the ads weak less e featbcaelii 1 eli Take CARD01 A Clarks Ira N says ca kIkiR Me Ie lire t kIa IIIaw a wwrII IlkIeI sUI ahtQs tic braise JeW 6IK Try IL Fir wuJkat 1 reeeY klla ins mss SweNSe- rloi Isyat tirr ti hr hkiq uli iayswrt I- trli i w 1 ae 1 alt se tTHE People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings Cen s Ly These t Are In F P Frisbie was a recent Danville visitor Mr Parker Gregory was in Danville SaturdayMr Mrs Banks Hudson were in Danville Monday Mr O K George of Mississippi is a Lancaster visitor Chas L Z none was in Lexington last week on business George Harris is in Stanford acting as telegraph operator H Clay Kauffman made a business trip to Danville Monday Mrs II A Price WHS the recent guest of Danville relatives Mr and Mrs William Sebaslin are in Richmond for a visit to relatives Miss Ella Dunn of Danville was a recent visitor of Mrs U M Balluu Miss May Broaddus of Buckeye spent Sunday with Miss Rella Arnold Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta is the guests of her sister Miss Jennie Dun can Mr Jacob Joseph is in Chattanooga isithig his daughter Mrs Charles Davis t Mr and Mrs Charles Scott of Cin cinnati are guests of It Boyle and family Miss Katharine Melvin of CrabOr chard is the of Miss Ilallie Brown Miss Ellen B illou of was with Mrs H M Ballou and children SundayMr Mrs Coleman Gully have rooms with Mr and Mrs W J Humans Viss Letty this week for a visit to friends in Richmond and Lexington Miss Ilallie Brown is at home after a visit to her uncle Dr Stanford Miss Ella Henry is at home after a pleasant visit to the Misses Kennedy of Richmond Miss Iva Lee Smith of Richmond Ird is the guest of Misses Rella and Mary Arnold Miss Mabel Mason leaves Thursday to be with her parents in Richmond fur a few days I J sip About f I f r j I t I I Stanford it IcRoberts left EugeneBrown- of I i I midi i iii J J II t r j i t i guest t- t i token y i DOWN GO ON Tailored Right Now is the proper time of the whole season to get either a new Suit or Coat Assortments in our stock are new gocd You know what styles are best and prices have reached the lowest limit Dont delay Come at once and get your pick of the seasons smartest styles at prices far below ordinary Come to day 441 r THE PRICES Ldes Suits and 6oats r II 1 j Ladies HandTailored Suits Worth 25 40 reduced to 1748 30 and Ladies Handsome Coats worth 20 25 and 30 reduced to 1448 Ii The Joseph Mercantile in High Class Merchandise The DePendOn Store aC L 3 moo- T Mrs D M Lackey came home Tues day from an enjoyable stay with Mrs James II Capertou of Richmond Mr and Mrs Grant Trumbo ol Frankfort have arrived for a visit tc Mrs Sallie Maret of lower Garrard Mr and Mr George O Spoonamore and handsome little son were with W M Zanone and family last week Mrs W K Warner has returned tc b2r home in Stanford after a visit tu her parents 31 r and Mrs J B Bour neMr and Mrs R H Batson little Miss Cecil Batson and Miss Susie Hil ton were with Stanford relatives Sun dayMr and Mrs L C King of Hubble were given a sumptuous dining Sun day at the home of Mr and W MossMiss Bettie Faulconer has returned to her home in Campbellsville after three weeks visit to friends in Paint Lick Slits Lee Prather and Mr Willis Kennedy of Richmond were recent visitors at the home of Miss Callie Adam Miss Mattie Lee Hubble of Hamil ton Collie Lexington is at home to spend Thanksgiving with lIon and Mrs R L Hubble Miss Mary Rankin of the Madison Female Institute Richmond is at home to spend Thanksgiving with her parents Mr and Mrs David Rankin Mr James uobert Henry and bride of Kirksville nee Miss Scotta Sebas tian are down for a visit of several days with Garrard revives Mrs John Nevus Of Lebanon Junc tion and sister Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford were recently visitors of Mr R II Batson and family Mr and Mrs Ed Walker J W Fnncis and T K Watson were inter ested spectators this week at the Fox limiters Association at Crab Orchard Mrs Ed C Gaines was hostess afternoon of the Presbyterian Missionary Society Mrs Gaines being the Vice President of this organiza tionThe Mary Walker Price chapter of the U D C will meet Monday Nov 2Sth at the home of Mrs James A Royston All of the members are requested to be present as there will be an election of officers at this meet Mrs Cleve Cable ot New York nee Miss May Robinson will give a most sumptuous dining Thanksgiving at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Mort Robinson The guests included are all the members of the bridal par ty that participated at Mrs Cables j I I S a I Ini I firs Monday Chapel Satuaday night MissTexie A gee spent Saturday Sunday with Miss Dona Mae East Miss Inez Sebastian and Miss On Wheeler were the charming guest o Miss Ida Teater Saturday and Sunday and attended services at Chapel Mr and Mrs Morton Casey and children have been recent guestof his brother Mr Will Casey Mr and Mrs Walter Grow speo Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Thomps Sebastian Mr and Mrs Alex Walker of Lan caster were guest of Mr and Mrs Kemp Walker recently Mr and Mrs Jeff Walton were with their daughter Mrs Edward Dailey Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mark Bogie has been the re cent guest jfber daughter Mrs Otto SimpsonMrs Estes died Monday af ter an illness of only three diys She left one only daughter Mary to mourn her loss She was buried near the house in one corner of the yard because she said She did not want to leave her daughter Tne mother and daughter were very effectionate and at her mothers requests she is going to live alone with only the lonly grave to keep her company The communiiy extends very much sympa thy to the greet striker daughter PAINT LICK Gaiiies annual corn show Nov 28 Dr N Muys and daughter Mrs Ellen Wilson spent Friday in Lancas terMrs B M Lear and daughter are attending the national fox hunt at Crab Orchard Mrs Joe McCormick has returned hume after a visit to her sister at Greencastlc Ind Mr and Mrs Arther Battner of Lebanon has returned home after a visit to relatives here Mrs G W Rice and daughter Louise spent Tuesday in Ricemond Miss Agnes Henderson and Mrs W G Kemper were in Lancaster Wed nesdayMiss Susie Smith and little daugh ter of Mr Wilson Rogers who have been sick of dyptheria are both im provingMr Mrs Longston and Mr and Mrs Coyle were the guests of Miss Nettie Treadway last Sunday- A little child of Mr P Hensley died last Sunday and was hurried at old Paint Lick Cemetary- Mr A B Estridge spent Sunday with Mrs M K Ross SHALL WOMEN VOTE If they did millions would vote Dr I and little I I r 1 I YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Gaines show Nov 28 Fresh oysters jorZimmers Gaines annual show Nov 8 Call 17 for fresh oysters R Zimmer Gaines annual cornishow Now 28 31 cents for Y W H Ward For Rent down stairs 1014tf I will give 27 money and 28 1111tf Call new and Bring me your will pay highest for same Mrs Fannie Turner 1111tf Arbuckles coffee 17 cents pack j age 3 boxes rolled 25 cents 8 cakes or cents and a granite at cost Mrs Fannie Turner Depot street Phone 199 1111tf per month straight salary and xpenses rig introduce ur Poultry Remedies Dont auswer unless you buisness Eureka Food Mfg Co Incorporated St Louis Ill Wanted Corn at the rass Fir Sale Old fashion For Sale 10 Duroc gilts bjerfwr February arrow J HSobinson 1118 2b Pd Ftr Sale to drive Waned To house and about 30 to 50 cres Jgash or grain N Rogers Hcbreafyr Waned Organizers on liberal contract fiite Kentucky Manager 10301041 rexel Bldg PhilaPenna 11 11 2t l ann c roomsJ irS cents cents in trade r gs this week Mrs Fannie urnerJ Phone 199 up 199 for all kin fresh ingredient f ack cake l111tt aunt produce mar e rice oa lenoxso pOt I J lotof an nwara I 8000 with can Poultry East Creamery1118tf itch r corn r eggs t week 391 liable formes n f per ti amen a creChe r r One co ned mare ve years old erfectl f fora one lass Jen a 4I fns rent o d y t i r Two COATS tN ONE I T Jbhe Uvtirto r i irdJfm jJgJS1ra L r1 According to our usual custom we will have on display oUr line of Holiday goods on Saturday November 26th Each year we try to make our line more attractive than the year before and we believe that we have succeeded We extend a cordial invitation to every one FRISBIES DRUG STORK r iJIffi IIBjiIJr 1 If ottC r J iI 1 j i 1 l JaJ I Come in next week and get a I 7 611 S T Of WAH fH II 5 I CARDS I 1111 J Jersey Bull Hemy Simpson 88421 Season J W iM J TiN LEY Count Surveyor Office over F G llnrt So furniture Lancaster w T LOWELLr KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references 1 M f L 19- 30SWEENEY pti0NE 4J store KentuckNT I Auctioneer I E W Morrow Gruluate Optician Glasies Fitted Stifl1ctiou GI1U ntLI I MKDenny1 i DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Miiliucry H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Wrk Guirauteed Lick KentuckyPaintll10tf DR BURNETT Physicon and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store RCM Jence Phone Office Phone Cut Flowers QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swraebroad REAL ESTATE- Sell Farms on low Commission V Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physican and SurgeonO- ffice Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave UK toy Twt Wiite Barters II Town See the tall sign North side of Public Square M HOUSE J E Robinson UWXEt aM COUNTY ATTOINEY Will Piactice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning atd Pressing La dies and Glens Garni Shoe Repairing Phone 340 Public Square Second hand cutes sold on commission fe W Faulkner Mgr LOOK AND LISTEN For UpToDate Hair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS oo TO HENRY DUNCANS BARBER SHOP ON RICHMOND STKEKT Office hours Office over 8 A a to 12 1 to 4 Stormes Drug Store 33 F WjSLLTER Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky I have just opened up a clean Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me Clean Tools Sharp Razors Close JOHN DUNCAN 1 f f I I Ill 5 j lUrlUU I I 1 I J Ifs I pm Attention t new a a WOTf1rtWOW MVFARM t To stimulate a large flow of milk cow must receive considerable protein In her food in proper proportion toy the carbohydrates and fat this has long been an accepted fact but feed high in the nitrogenous elements costs more than most farmers feel they can afford to pay in view of the low price they are abe to obtain for their milk Alfalfa contains a very high percen tape of this fact the of any of the forage plants grown The farmer has as much right as anyone to wear a good suit of clothes and adorn and beautify his home In fact it is his duty to do so It is also part of his duty to furnish good read ing matter for the family We should strive so to elevate and dignify the business that any man could be proud to say I am a farmer Only the best cows should be kept If there is an abundant supply of fod der wheat and oat straw cows that will freshen in the spring can be cheap ly wintered and It will pay to carry Winter wheat should not be sown too early or Its growth will become so rank and succulent that it will not the freezes of winter to the Pennsylvania experiment ticn Horses are now being raised for service and the commercial value of the animal can easily be 25 per cent by generous the first year after it is weaned The man who does his level best to succeed will never be an utter no matter what his ultimate cial condition The only real failure Is the man who never tries As a rough fodder for young animals alfalfa Is unequaled since it contains in generous quantities the well properties necessary to healthy and rapid growth Dairymen recommend drilling six pecks of rye and four of barley to the acre The two grains make a thick growth and much finer herbage than rye alone Too many farmers keep their farm horses tied by the head all winter in a dark stuffy stable without any whatever and up to their in manure In producing hogs either as breeders or for the pork market the feed is the predominant question as it is the principal cost in growing the hog The hog that will turn back to the farmer the most pounds of pork in the quickest time for the feed that he is the one that he wants to make mon Weaning should notibe a violent and abrupt function but the young animal should be prepared by preliminary for the first great ordeal of its life Mulch the asparagus bed with a good coating of strawy manure and cut away and burn the tops as soon as the frost has blackened them Less than a score of years ago horses were selling by the dozen for about the same money that a good horse will bring today Some of our experiment stations go so far as to say that an acre of rape will produce as many pounds of pork as an acre of corn Secure the small fruits from Do this early to be certain of it for small fruits will be of exceptional value next year The bush fruits like currants and gooseberries can be set In the fall in the same way as cane fruits also grapes Endive is not seen In the garden as often as it sLould be When well blanched it makes a delicate salad plant The little cracks in the poultry house are what play havoc with flock especially if they are where will allow little currents of air to reach the fowls when on the roosts No one who knows anything about hens keeps a hen until she is three or four years old unless she has perior qualities Heavy losses and much finds its source in improper of breeding ewes during the late summer months Like all other domestic animals hORS require salt and more when running on pasture than any other time One cross mv answer but in the end crossbreeding becomes a very complicated affair and has ruined more than one flock nf sheap The prices of fat hogs declined sharp ly this week and farmers are to sell rather than hold Sales w e freely made n Boyle county at f 65 for 250 to 300 lb hofjs George C Graddy the wellknown i II nitrogenin highest usually themover withstand particular increased feeding failure balanced peeks ventilation question ey with education danger SUe discouragement management dispos d c r accord anfin ho e t of alsr thy 1 s I breeder of trotting hcrses died at his home in WoodforrI county Ky Nov tuber IGUi Pie bred Goy Francs 2CJ J M Black more 212 Raciij Onward 212 Woodford Todd aid J R and J S Clayhrock Ky sold to J R WaUrfield or Uielby viiie Ky 20 3 year old wiles to be on or before December 10 for 17750 per head lso Jo same parties 2 ciming 4 year d mare muhs for 10000 Many farmers make the mistake of thinkirr lime a true fertilizer wh 1 acts as an aid in the soil to other fertilizers to work In this re spect it might be called an indirect fertilizer However it has a small amount of real fertilizing in asrnucn as many of the crops clover and the legumes especially require it in their growth Most soils though contain enough lime for all plant needs when other soil conditions are right A famous French poultry expert glees a simple and easy way of hens lay In winter It is simply giving the fowls grain that has been limed Without showing especial fondness for such grain fowls eat it all right This diet is harmless pro vided it is not continued too long Wheat is generally used for this pur pose but barley oats and corn can be treated in the same way The main ingredient of wood ashes is potash an alkali which as all al kali has the power of neutralizing acids Hence the application of wood ashes on our soils corrects the acidity the same as caustic lime The ashes also contain a considerable proportion of lime which has the same action Nothing bespeaks the character more than an attractive home a well kept lawn and happy wife and family and those all represent giving attention to the often neglected odds and ends of our time corn velop the industries of the Pacific coast Eastern buyers find strong western competition in Iowa and Mis souri Keep and breed and try some of your hens that you like titer If they superior qualities hold on to them till they die even if they run down to only fifty or sixty eggs a year If the six million farms in this coun were laid out in one square tract Uuy would comprise a tract of land al half as large as the United States or twelve hundred miles each way It is an excellent practise to look ahead and arrange some means where by the ewes as scan as the lambs are separated can have a new growth of palatable forage to graze upon A tree or plant that has had all summer to grow in and has become well established by a considerable root growth stands a better chance to go through the winter safely man who cannot milk without abusing cows has no business in the cow stable A kick or blow will retard the secretion of milk and may injure the cow for time to come The care of the lambs so that they do not lose their Iamb flesh Is in with the feeding of all kinds of stock that we wish to prepare in good form for the Land that has been seeded to clover and the crop turned under has been found to contain twice as much humus moisture and nitrogen as that which has no clover Flowers in the window speak in an unmistakable language of interest in the things that add real charm and dignity to the daily grind and help to make life worth living Corn silage may be fed as soon as the silo Is tilled provided you have cat tIe enough to eat all that has started to ferment or heat on top of the silo each time you feed There are two reasons why sheep are not more plentiful on the average farm fences are not good enough to hold sheep and the mud Is frequently fatal at lambing time With a nutritious supply of palatable pasture old ewes can be recruited up in flesh very rapidly and gotten into marketable condition before closes in An over crowded poultry house does not mean thrift for any and especial ly for smaller and weaker ones are usually the young and smaller pullets The higher price is partly won by increased weight and partly to su perior quality of soft fleshed chickens Progress in farming is an individual problem from the solution of which the state the nation and the world must benefit Hens that are good layers and that are fed right will lay up to 40 right through the first half of the moult Iowa is in a class by itself as a hog state Apparently most of the corn grown In Iowa is fed to its 6485000 Many a man has been surprised at ithe effect of one load of barnyard scattered about under a tree It gives new life X An ordinary 160 cornbelt farm can carry about forty dairy cows but 240 sheep would test the pasturage harder Grape vines make a satisfactory fence if trained on five wires Peonies are highly ornamental perfectly handy j ter J others Springfield com lI deB erl t malting westa demonstrate y rest sTile accord markets crimson I 7 chI percent J manure andl fruitfulness 1 1 J w i x ail values o- man t win well covered wine and t r f General News Mr Mary Thaws appeal for Harry K Ilwvs transfer will be ar i ued at the January terms of the New York Court of Appeals Champ Clark has enough votes pledged to nominate him for Speaker of the House at the Democratic cus The indications are he have out less than 125 votes The Department of Justice has de csded that the Goveriuupnt depart meals must consider bids or supplies made by similm truth where they are the lowest U irlerp Locked in a small room at Athens Ky D D Whisftnau duel death wits his Thomas Miltr ih Lilt r fa ling with a bullet in hi brain The IJostjllItte Depart mvnt advises the early mailing of huiiday presents with a warnu on packages not to open tin in before Over 5000 d legates are expected to itend the Lsikcson thrGiilf Deep Waterway Convention at Si Louis ginning November 25 J C or Bub Mars made three at tempts to fly bis Curtis biplane at the Driver aviation meet en the third trial he was dasberi to se vjrely bruised The machine was wrecked A census of Ga taken oy J04 or 5473 more Mian the Goverr nienis figure Coexist ricfc wsss found which h d out been visited by fit Fed eril emmicrutui- iGivernorekCt Fuss of M is ehu setts has issued a statement calling on Senator Lodge to withdraw his iidacv for reelection Ii event of a refusal Mr Fuss to into section of the CuminunwcalUi in an en deavor to defeat Senators it is predicted that the ptlitioa tight IJul lid vvil short suet bit er Uoth parties have laid their r Js on the asid it is shown hat pi uipii isj tie wiM be the rp forming of the lieu c of Loris The Tennessee independents aid to have proposed a plan to izj their differences vi h the rcgila Democrats by a civith n of ofiices t Stale vote on the question of the sale of liquors in tlc bi ci Prof VY T St Clair use of known educators of the IK e West and format m tuber t f the ly of the High School in Louisville CjUHiiiltcd suicide 1itt week at the Eastern Kentucky bv hansj itr Figures prepared by fitters of the House working in con ic t mi tHe Demccra c CojguS ional eoimii tee make the it t House stMd Dtinccriits 227 Depul iiui ItiS SrtMitisis 1 Total 31 iviig a Demcoratic y of GH AL i he Tennessee Supreme Court held the four mile law i g the of liquor in Teme s botii by wholesale and retail to be CH stiuliunal In another lire onrt sustained Iuj A olleyiods Ohaltuio ga who qMiibhed an itdij Meta the tiiiing of a tire iiliun order from a Jfeiv Yic CUSM ner Tiiat is held to be iiinineicu The director of the census je Louisville commit ee that lie vofchl not order a recount of cit j V opuhitioM He agreed however to furnish oilicial lists and suygtsrcd ci ruts in the Seventh ward fur a test ul help fUll An ica banihhes pimples skit eruptions ores end It mlles the skit and velvety It the face Jures sore eye cracked lips chapped lauds Best for burns ctlN fever ores cuts bruises and idles 25f al R E MRcbts i WILL PROMOTE NEW YORK WORLD Weekly No other Newspaper in the World gives so much at so low a price The great pjliUcjl campaigns are iidv it hdiid and you want the tie s accurately and prouipfly The sircj lhed a record fur in piriitv at d anvhortv can fTirr its Thriceavcrlc erli ion which comes every in ihe week ex vpl Si uliv it will t ir pritirvalue to you oafs Tilt rjvvoek World also abounds ii oMser fraturcs serial stokes humor mar es cartount fact everything tia to he found in a class da ly- TheThricc2AVeek regular subscription price is only 100 per year an t1is pays for 150 papers We offer this unequalled newspaper UH The Central Record together for one year for 175 The regular subscription price of the two papers 5s 200 Qr Kings New f li re no q y U I i en Hill i fought a t I father lIaw Christ inns b Iurl hand volunteers ius il WiHJJat uH or of 1 calla ely the I i tuLle the too is lest lain will UHt i Knoxville c that intuit the r Women heat tv Hud ns l- It bail glOl ties l TIna nllnlrrlUjf Edltl Oftllu Practically a I1 iy at te pricc of a 1 tthrr day Ill f i ill fir I World AND CURE TitS LUMCS WITH Discovery t I I y Augusta ill v rut fat As the Reuab resin c sale ul totals charged irteat BEAD dextrin tet nose 5 alt n art strut T1Lg HKI t can art let t II FOR II500 100Trial Bottle FIca PRICE AND ALL THROAT TROUBLES GTABAN2EBD OR MONEY BOUNDED R E McRoherts Drugstore a AND lU TIsPAC2Oa rr if I the to 347 y ov PJ r FARMERS COLUMN rfpacc below tins heading Is for tJic exeln sire nso of onr farmer subscribers curl is for sale of stuck grain inch things on farm ns the farmer cannot fiord to ndver Use Xo notice will i e accepted over four lines trod will be only In two issues of the UECOJSD free oiiclursu Games anTiuril corn show Kov 23 Fer Sale Bald Ihiy Timothy mixed with Odin red in quaiili iesof 10 bale a oar load Phone Kuscun Pelphrey A or viito Z T Rico Riehinuncl Ky Strayed Came to my rlrjce about the 10th slay of July a small root setter weitrh it about 500 Ui Owner can have same by paying expenses M ile ltobiiioi Sirayed Came to my place ahsujt two months ago a stray hot weiuhintr abnut 125 pounds Owner can have same by piyiiij chart t s Buckeye Ivy For Sale A male hog C G Gay McCreary Ksr tacky Strayed to 1117 place about 1st one red htifcr wei huj Owner can have snine by paying cx u a IICJJR for Pnoue John W W KM Marksbury Ky Grey mare cowing two years oid incer picasu return to John Miiwloy Pat Wo d Ky Wanted to hire a in d reliable farm hand Muss be imiustrti t s surer and healthy he bi the car and piy a Jiberal 1 M Myers Tiuee shoals vei im from uf ty t seventy pounds strayed from lace within pat month lufor uiiition coniersiir j tiiMn will be ap tHiciated Ilijury Arnold liyatts viile Ky lame spotted Black White and Tau hound about three sears old Left my place about ttn days kith a collar on witii iuiriais W S V Finder seiuin fur reward VV S Vdier irtint Lick Ky ht Ifeee to Tax Payers lUMiitmber the new Ltuvet ue Lit tlie yuetilta to eltJe in ion thc Ibii or p iy thy G per cent peu HuliUie 1 tiijJl uuirard Co JiuUUU Ltj A aiiita UitiV CvS L it LI M- etiioie oui vj U J JStuiuitb FALSE MAID Goodbye to the roses and midsummer pomps Goodbye to the garlinds of June Already it stems half a decade or so Store we strolled by the light of thE moon Goodbye to the pledges we made l y the sea And the hearts that ve draw on the sand Turns Httle cared for the Inflmvin tide As I sat there just holding your hand Goodbye to the cool green curl of tuwaves And the spell of a brief happiness When you went back to town with your checks tanned so brown You left me a bogus address TOO HASTY O i and Clover Sid rstr lhnut uO IhS i pet Ii acu2iIweln chic Lost mull J ill j red my lest eA lMj tL anti 11 Lie lie Uldttt 1 I I I I we I I 9wo4 orac r JOato ncccaraooao o ire July sale i pie ago arty au phase rca aaSe a G r Josh Medders Dont never marry too hasty Bill like I did Bill Swampy Like ev did Why you courted Sally Perkins fer seven years before yew married her Josh Medders Koerect Bill But 1 reckon now I wuz too hasty by about forty years Hobbled Mary Mary had a little skirt So tight below her knees That she could neither run nor walk i And didnt dare to sneeze Trouble Brewing See here Mr Yankem said the landlord patience has ceased to be a virtue in your case Why whats the trouble queried the dentistWell the landlord youll either have to move your Painless Dental Parlor somewhere else or make your patients stop hollering The other tenants wont stand for it any longer confide in you young man Jewelers yes sir Mr intended is undecided between a ring and a necklace goodness sake tell her necklaces are out of fashion or else I shall become bankrupt and you wont get paid TitBits R L 1 C E Z MMrAssistantWhy AMy ForT Y The public is notified that The Kaufman property one of the in Kentucky and with possibly the finest site and grounds in Lancaster or even in Garrard County has been placed in my hands for Quick Sale by its own it has a magnificent twelve room dence is surrounded by two acres of fine large forests trees and while accessible to both City water and electric lights is just OufsBde The City Limits thus avoiding the city taxes It contains 1 5 acres of beautiful grounds but is of advantageous division if necessary Terms to suit See Hughes SwinebroadL- ancaster Ky rrtI1 K Jrr14 e e Handsomest Homes er resi susceptible r s M JJ c j s Ua I l ti You Read the Blue Grass Edition of The Lexington Herald I Tliis is the regular Monday morning news edition containing in addition six pages devoted to general farm news and revs pertaining to the farming interest of the Blue Grass section of Kentucky f j 1FA r it lGO Special Rate to January 11912 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 I 4 1 gf fc K My Farm of 166 Acres Four a lid jiichaU miles from Lancaster on Su fir Creek pike Tobacco btrn 120x40 feet For further prtieu iars write me Lexington Kentucky nereby wart lug to all persons not to trespass our lands for any purpose whatever us we will prosecute all offenders tc fullest extent of the av IIus tersanr inn M Farra Sq ire R Parsons uson Ed N B Price F Herring V A Price S Embry S L Rich MrsP W Kinnaird T A El In Dave Thompson J W Sweeney JjisSuttnii Rehpcc West M s E E Daniels B Anderson II O W S Anderson II T Hamilton n Brown G Y Conn W Conn J G Conn G Clark Pilgrimage Toliaco Co Mrs MHcgif Boulden Dr W Burnett G Gay W K Leaven Dunn fit t f1sf ti it t tf iiB N H BOGIE I tLPIThe undersigned Fbhfjiln especially W S T Rice I i t I vii l r t3- r4 t give tutor Ltutice tit rs Arnold I oo IIVE STOCK 31AIUCETC- 1XCIXXAT1 UNION STUCK VAKDS v i Cattle Hogs Sheep i Shipment 13ot I CvTnj Shipper 430i375 j Butcher steer extra R to choice J S 5i 15 Common to fair SS tOO Heifers extra iKl t 75 GootI to choice 75 lJ Common tr fair 250i K Cows extra 4 Xo 4 iiW1 Gotxl to choIce fio t iCommon to fair in Canners I Bulls l atotia 3 TXo 1 SO I ExJm IGiXiCOtO Fat bulls 4 5 i 7 CAIAES extra 0 5U 00 FairtOKCMxl SOO9iV Common and largu 3 50 r 75- IOl SfiOAii p ckr aii l iitcben 7SO rrv 1 SSJtffcrixi 4 I0SOO Common to choice heavy fat sows I K 00 Light i pers 6350710 Tips lit 4 J 7 50 SIItEPeAtni 83 4 o to choice sziv s 73 Common to fair 2 vxtra Good tochoictr Common to fair 4 ScriaSnit Revenue Producers Knfcker The magazines are charged with causing a postal deficit Becker But think of the stamps soldi for all the poems sent to them HOG RAISERS Are your hoys worth 5 per neaa Bocrbaa Hag QaJera timdr to keep hags heahhj and frccfrom dp ease fur 5 cents per head per month It cures Cholera Kills Worms Stiin ulatrs the Appetite Aids Digestion arid causes husks to fatten very rapidly This remedy i ued anti endorsed by leacliri h i raisers throughout the count tome in and let us tell yore it 2 SOLD BT J R Mount Son I iSo ReldlrS SLl oil jputt j t 1 eo f Of oolj 0 it L guarantee r about o 41 kilt tf I eon s packers Stags j bs suit Ies Good rr tom LAM rS 6 2d uG Bents We 1 1 i irt r