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THE CENTRALJlKblUloy UNTAKMSIIKl 1MUOUIAGY NINKTKKNTII VlfAlt LANOASTKK KY FRIDAY JANUARY 29 UI09 RECORD I AN IOOU OJJmvlmN7 I XCMIIAJJ r J 1 t Tin Roofing Galvanised Roofing Steel Roofing Rubber Kote Roofing Guttering Galvanised Cistern Pump Cast Iron Cistern Tops Force Pumps Etc All kind of Tin Repairing on short notice Got our on Plumbing Heating and Plumb ing outfits for country homos CONN BROS j if t cJ f i J i f 1I r I jI rlll gt T d 4 o tA a d L t H Ir price r- k I J t mTY t Local Items Rend Tiberius Smith which begins In this Issue I llov1 II Prcenmi from Ciilnn will jnddreks in open confer amen nn WcrlneMlny February 10th nl the 1rcsbytcrlan church J II Dunn has rented a farm near Burgln to which ho will move Roy Schooler will occupy the place which ho vacated on Richmond street Having sold out so closely during the holidays E W Morrow has Just re turned from Cincinnati where he chased an elegant lino of cut glass china Jewelry end novelties Uncle Rubs On Friday night February 12th Uncle Rube will be at Urn Court House This entertainment In which much Interest Is already manifested bids fair to be a must enjoyable one It will bo given by homo talent under auspices of Tho Ladles Aid Society General admission 35c children 2Cc Reserved seats 60c at McRobcrts Railroad Talk It Is reported that tho engineering corpse for tho Cincinnati Kentucky and Virginia railroad will begin work near Sharpsburg about tho middle of Nebruiiry This new road will pass through sumo of the richest counties ot tho Blucgrnsfl and will extend Into the mountains and open up large and coal fields Ot course the proper route would be for It to como through Lancaster but we may not be able to show them A Call Well knowing his ability high standing and sterling Integrity It was resolved at a tweeting of a number of republicans and personal friends of Garrard and Madison counties that they call upon tho lion Louis L Walker to allow his name to be placed before the lion Secretary of the Treasury of the Incoming administra lion for the position of Collector of In ternal Revenue of the 8th collective district of Kentucky Good Work The county board of supervisors have finished their work which to gather with omissions and raises on property amounts to about 1100000 over the assessors lists The taxable properly In the county Is about 15600 000 winch might bo Increased If the personal property could bn fully listed and we hope that the Committee of tax revision will suggest a bill to force a complete list TIt above Is a good showing for our superior lauds and their abundant products I the audience r lumber it t i t t punt t t t Drug- Store a Is the Manwho Needs Must Have and Shall have Good Shoes j Isis work requires him to cover his foot with well mado comfortable SHOES Ho them because 1 wo havo got thorn hero for him Wo cator to tho wants tho Working Man and havo taken groat caro in tho select ing and building of his Shoes Wo have made his Shoes a i study anti havo lines of shoes made of good leathers built upon honor Wo buy our Work Shoes from an East house who tan their own leather and manufacture ovory pair of shoos thoy sell No Jobbers Profits direct 4 from tho factory to us therefore wo can saw you 25 por i i colt on your shoos If anything over goes wrong with f our shoos wo era horo to snake tho wrong right Wo want c your Shoe Trade and if Good Shoes and Lov j Prices hove anything to do with it wo arc sure to got it H T LOGAN The Working Man il oft t 1j j- i 0 t II t I lII t 1 I d 7 shall bati o V w aril t 4 r I e I t 1 It 0 will 111 his pulpit In tills city next Sunday ut tho uiiun hour Sq J I Hoiirno has eroded n hand soma moniimerton hi family lot li Lancaster ermcirrv coaling fl60 Turn McMlllnnotio of Dm best black smiths In the country lies opened shop on depot street and will op predate a call There In a strong sentiment In o t concrete paverncntH would beautify thu town so much It Is hoped that th6 work will be Wo appreciate a beautiful calendar from the Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond This calendar gives the pictures of the spacious University Hall and Campus Clean Up In some sections of the city refuse has accumulated to an extent as to endanger health and present an un sluhtly appearance The proper au thontlcs should taJ this matter up Immediately Without Ball Judge Ford held Charles Major and Andrew Rroughton without bond on the charge 6f killing Mrs Major near Uuena Vista some time ago Each claimed that the other killed her and ait they were engaged In an altercation each having a pistol It Is believed that sho was accidentally shot which would be inexcusable as they were engaged In an unlawful act Painfully Burned Miss Katie Leo Denny met with quite a painful accident last week She was assisting Inline culinary de partment when a op Haw oil of a cooking utensil on the range dis charging the hot steam and liquid In to her face The burn caused excrusl atlng pain necessitating the call of a physician but at last reports the young lady was much re lieved and resting In comparative comfort McSharry Phillips Wo clip the following from a Cull fornia exchange One of the prettiest weddings of tho season was solemnized at halt post 0 oclock on Wednesday morning In St John Catholic church when Miss May Anna Phillips became the bride of John McSharry Roth young people are exceedingly promi nent In Catholic circles so naturally their wedding was of widespread In terest Rev Monsignor McCarthy read the marriage service and oniclat ed at the high nuptial mass Tim bride Is u daughter of Lewis Phillips well known In this county having moved to California several yean ago A The writer had the pleasure of vis iting Marksbury Uryantsvlllo and and Marcellus three trlvlng towns In our county Tho merchants above place all reported good business and prosperous conditions This section of our county known as Camp Dick Rob Irson Is a famous section for fertility of soil and merchants In these places should appreciate their excellent loca tion We are thankful to Eager Bro at Marksbury for courtesies and to Mr Skinner at Mar cellus for his Investment with The Record It Is useless to add that the enterprising firm of Becker Ballard Co who will begin business In their handsome store adjoining The Dry antsylllo Bank In a few days will be placed prominently before the public and well rewarded for there largo ad vertisement which will appear In The Central Record on February 12th Other merchants In that section will doubtless see the wisdom of their course and follow suit Handsome Monument- L L Walker Executor of L Y Leaven Is having a handsome mon ument erected over the grave of Mr Leaven at a cost f 12700 The base Is nine feet square weighing 21000 pounds The shaft Is 30 reeL high and required tho capacity of a car to bring It to this city It will be the largest monument In the cemetery Tho Is handsome and the finish most excellent The Inscription on one side gives the name Leaven and on the birth and death dates Markers arojeft on the stone for other members of the family Wm Adams and Sun of Lexington furnish and erect the monument Mr Adams Is a brotherlnlaw of lion R ilrm has contracted for some of the largest monuments In the state under sharp competition among them the Ooebol monument It Is eminently tILting that the marble should point to the skies and mark tho resting place of one whoso alms ambition and character Utlca were as high a the concave heavens to which this shaft points Ills gift of about 60000 to Lancaster Graded School Is another monument tq his memory which will keep his name before future guneratlon by furring to the good dune by this Insti tutton which U the pride of our com inunlty Ho deserved a brighter crown than any that ever decked the brow of a king that waged war and Bought the destruction of life and tor sudatance was given to elevate Instruct and enlighten mankind Ito anew favor Nothing and taken up at I Pleasant Trip I n I I I another II Tumllinsou and his chiseled ref his P Ruth ronce duch unfortunate thou extended design Jim Collier wants to know It you Palestine plant has bloomed In ordi to know Whether to keep his It away and buy a White Elephant For Sale Place of 60 acres on Lexington lk It I well Improved and all building are new A bargain Apply to Hughe Hwlncbroad Judge M 0 Sauiley was In our clt on Monday He has been appolnte special judge to hold court In McGoffl county during the month of Pel ruary Sliver Tea The Ladles of the Presb Missionary Society will give a 311e Tea In the Presbyterian Church i nAh evening of February tbe ninth en oclock Every one Is cordial t to como and bring an offerl g Everyone who saw Shungopavl highly entertained from the first was highly educated good speaker iv marvelous performer The Jugglln and bell ringing of Mr Oarrestoi pleased tho best critic If the I 0 0 F will bring another as good our log this series standing room as I was Wednesday night will be at i premium Visitors The following Is the list of visitor to the Record oOlce court day T T Burdett J II Harris W 8 Embry Editor 11 C Walton InterIor Journal J D Pope J II Clark J M Wheeler W P Tuggle E 8 Bourne Huhton Roberts W T Noel S L Rich A J Rice W II burr J Schooler Banquet at The Seelbach Invitations have been received several prominent business men here Louisville Heads of Houses a banquet given at the Seelbac hotel on January twentyninth a 30 p m This Invitation Is In of courtesies extended LOUIsville men while going through Bluegrass last August Quite number of our best citizens will at and those who are prevented regret It boyond expression Miss Gulloy Hostess To add to the many pleasures o their honeymoon Miss Bessie Guile an elegant luncheon In seven courses to her brother Jesse and brIde last Thursday evening This pleasant affair was the first home for the happy young couple and hours seemed like minutes to Those present were MIsses Journe Agness Miles Susanna Lear and Mottle West Messrs Cecil Broad lus Louie Tinder and Dr Gilbert Mr Mrs Ross Bastln Keep This for Reference Post Master West kindly gave us the ollowlng Do not put writing In lewspapers or package If you do the natter becomes firstclass mall and must pay letter postagotwo cents in ounce or you are liable to a fine of 10 Written or typewritten letters In unseal envelopes are subject to ho same rate of postage as when seal idtwo cents an ounce Post cards In transparent envelopes vlll go at the rate of one cent If provided there Is nothing more han the address of the one to receive t and the name of the sender Stamp rust be placed on envelopes and not m card when enclosed In transparent envelope Post cards containing writing and nclosed In scaled or unsealed must bear a wocent stamp and tho stamp must ia placed on the envelope Instead of ho Winning Dog Goes Through Many Hardships to Get Homo Her feet sore and bleeding and al nosE starved to death SemInole a hreetlmo prize winner In the Nat anal Fcx limit Association trials Sunday to the homo of per Judge 0 Floyd Huff Hot Springs Ark after having been lost n tho last annual trials at Crab Orch ard Ky two months ago The fact if tho Incident puts to shade many of Roosevelt nature stories More than two months ago Seminole in aged hound was put In a crate at lot Springs and sent by express to partIcipate In the national trials Leading a pack In chase of Reynard ho never returned Judge Huff In every weekly paper In this action of Kentucky offering rewards or the return of hU dog Hope was Inally abandoned Sunday Pie stalked tho yard of her owner complotly exhausted Sho had swam the Mil ilsslppl and Arkansas Rivers In her return That a fox hound shipped by ixpress tosuch a faraway point should Ind her way home adds to the Every thing elso but the tact that round was last heard of In tho hills chasing a tax and two uonths later arrived homo almost dead a loft for conjecture It could not been tho scent that directed the return Carrier pigeons had hereto fore had the exclusive record for such recta In fact cats In fancy The Jog U the pedigreed mother of some if the heat hounds In the Derby trials if the past two We had an advertisement for this log and as loon as the came out dug knew the would be found Throw waR lie and d by from to the the a tend will gave hIs greeting from all present and you placed unsealed whether Prize returned owner the Into Interest Kentucky have and dz err say invited recognition transparent envelope advertised rand years taper went bvlue g lML tifii1j The Vulcan Wow Co EVIMVILLI llll m TRY THE VUlOAll W H rhttelted Strut Durable Light Draft Wb Strengthened Mold FuR Chilled hterloelcMl When flaw OouikUr Quality Pries Stoondi HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE Clover and Timothy Seed Lancaster Kentucky THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaater Ky CAPITAL STOCK 50000 GUARANTY 50000 TOTAL GUARANTY 100600 New and TTptodato Steel Vault SAPS DEPOSIT BOXES We offer expeditious pleasant and safe transaction of business The Farmers Bank Point Point haa Face chiil Wide Ed Snoot Patented Extendon and It th- STRuNGEST and MOSt DURABLE Chilled burial Joint t III I oWISTOCKHOLDERS Ii r r r I 4 e Lon Chill e Point made I yea eauw i r I 3 1 I H C3t1 M C j lr fr tf Rally A big Sunday School rally will at the Christian church both Sunday morning and evening The rally will begin Saturday evening un der tbo management ot Elder Frazee of Louisville who Is quite an entbu elastic Sunday school worker Partnership Wllllm O Bradley United States Senatorelect and State Senator Nat C Cureton have formed a partnership for the pratlce of law The firm will be known as Bradley Cureton and will the ofllces now occupied by Senatorelect Bradley In the Ken tucky Title building on Court Row The firm will unquestionably take the front rank In circles In Louis villa and the States Senatorelect Bradley has a wide reputation as a lawyer and has enjoyed a lucrative pratlco since be has made his real dence In Louisville Ho came to Louisville after retiring as Governor of the State State Senator Oureton Is a native ot Henry county and has been practic ing law In Louisville ten years or more Ho is known as a hustler and has a wide acquaintance In the city and State Mr Cureton will have full charge of the firms business whle Senator Washing ton during sessions ot Congress Court Day Proceedings An average crowd was In town and the day passed quietly considerable business being transacted Three wills were probated In Judge Fords court The will of Mrs Emma Good loe Gregory provides for the payment ot liar Just debts the sale of her both real and personal and an equal division to bo made among her tour children Win Chester W A Arnold this city Messrs Parker and William Gregory W F Champ ot Paint Lick was made executor by the will and em powered to sell and convey the willed Is estimated at about I25 000 The will ot MM John 0 bequeathed her estate to her four children John G Boyle W X and Margaret Elizabeth Doty Tho will or Mrs Ann M Broaddua gives her property to her children and names her son Bud Broaddus of Richmond as executor Master Commissioner J M RqtU well made the Urn following salts The Potts mill property to B V thud son for 13610 the Ralston property at Lowell to Dr Snowden of Paint Lick tar 11213 and the Don Goodloe place at Lowell to Jack Denny for 1203 Sheriff sale for taxes resulted In most of the property going to the county and lUU pajuwut of occupy Dradly In prope- rLy Mesdames property fur beheld It klallof Duty Arnold s Morse BEST CHILLED rrnfIft eL 1 111 r Mr John Black and Miss Luanna Joshllng were married Wednesday at the Presbyterian manse Rev 0 C Brown officiated A new Rural Route will be estab lisped from Lancaster to Buckeye and vicinity about April 1st supplanting the Stir Route now carrying mall To Patro It you are In water used last year you must pan same betore water will be i Luther E Herron Supt Ommlislon The following names were uninten omitted from the Hon er of Lancaster Graded School last neck Harvey Estes In ninth grade and Jennie Cox In sixth grade Honest County Officials i State Revenue Agent James broth er of State Auditor Frank James as slated by Revenue Agent Terbune were In our city for several days dur ing the present month Inspecting and examining tbe various onlcea of toe CountyThese two polite and courteous first made a thorough exam of the books and records of tbe County Clerks Ofllce They found when tbe books had been balanced that the clerk had been very accurate In his accounts bad made prompt set Elements with the state and Instead of being In debt to tbe state as hail been so many County Clerks he has over paid the state In a small sum and the revenue agents were glad to square accounts This showing was quite a compliment to our friend J A his son W A Doty who Is h i deputy and In charge ot the ofllce- The office of the Circuit Clerk wu then examined and was found with an unusually neat and accurately kept set of books and that Mr J W Ham titan clerk had made prompt settle moat with the ptate of all money that came to his hands Kentucky has but few clerks the equal of Mr Hamilton and none superior Upon examination ot the records ot land salsa for taxes It was found that Mr 0 A Arnold sheriff had colJecV ed practically all the for state and county since be has beep sheriff This Is not only proof eniclency of our affable and polite sheriff but the splendid prosperity ol Garrard county there being less land sales for taxes than perhaps coun ty la the entire state The cltluns of tbe county caa democratic party when our county Ifr arrear or I I turnlsb you J I l I l II InatIon Mr j f no cause ot GOR1plllu It t i a bQwluwI t 1 i a gentlemen t J t end 1 taxes the u hays Just rd- ctats slake uclr 1 F K to 0 0 11j IrNlJtAlJ llEUOltU lAtlAh ttJq It VICAR j fI S HUGHES Edrrubr III lMnenln I- IkdCIIU NIlII Member Ky Praa Association and Eighth District Publisher League Lancaster Ky January 29 1909 ate Political Announcement For rtclnct and City OnlCCl t For omces District Onlces For OallJ pot Uno For Card per IIno 10 For all publlcan ln tho Interest or or- IndlldualYlews per Ilno 10 Obituaries per IIno 05 i f- I I J 1 WERKIN 6aliiidaiAeIMdtCL AY gnfer Fir 6 nary 1- DFar8tateand lb d u Indlvldualgurcipreselon Democratic Ticket For Stato Senator It L Hubble For Representative W B Burton For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent MlssJen- nleHlgglns For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J II Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourne For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the Judicial District I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of this district I pre far a primary electionM C SAUFLEY We are authorized to announce lion of Harrodsburg as a candidate for renomlnatlbn for tbe office of Commonwealth Attorney for tbe 13th Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party Some of our worthy contemporaries among tbem tbe Courier Journal contending that prohibition is Democratic that a Democrat cannot be a Prohibitionist This Is Illogical and Inconsistent for the fundamental principle of democracy Is to give tbe greatest good to tbe great est number and no one will deny tho fact that Intoxicants produce poverty crime and miser than any other known cause We fall In tbe light of these facts to see why tbe grand old democratic party should adopt a prohibition plank Recent developments prove that the people who hold the sovereign power want it and they should have It Free from any entanglement It Is known that Kentucky Is overwhelmingly against the of liquor Other states are falling In line and the day Is at band when the party adoptln tbe plank will rule tbe country Tennessee has passed a Statewide law prohibiting tbe sale of liquor over the Governors veto and also a law prohibiting Its manufacture All that prohibition would be tbe best thing for the country If It would prohibit This Is a concession that liquor is an evil that should be eradicated and it should be remem bered that no law prohibits entirely that which it seeks to prevent Our laws are all violated Must they for that reason be repealed Some and refuse can be found notwith standing tbe ordinance against It Js enough to say that In this county there is not onetenth the amount liquor drunk that was under the license system and the same would be true anywhere It officers would do their duty It Is urged that prohibition a mans liberty Every man is required to surrender certain natural rights for the peace and welfare of tbe community Furthermore it Is tbe man without drink wbo is tbe tree man and tbe man who must have It is the slave Again It is said such a law would be undemocratic because it seeks to regulate a mans expenses as to dress and food the party being op posed to sumptuary laws This Is a moral question and doea not deal with food and raiment and yet If they de stroyed the peace and happiness of the community they should be by law The talk of confiscating property should not prevent the en actment of a law In which the whole country Is Interested The capital invested In the manufacture of liquor could bo put to work In the manufact ure of clothing and It would be a pay lag Investment because the money now spent for liquor would be spent for goods We should forever be true to our party but we feel that prohlbl U tbe quintessence of democracy Texas may be tbo Lone Star SUte from present indications Tennes see li going one better by having two stars In her crown One was pore located when the organlsa M itatt wide prohibition bill over the Governors veto The doom of the whiskey Interests was sealed when Mr Oarmaok was killed The loflg o U of thU wa are itlll h of i i J i j 1 1 certainly not sale garbage I p Ion right WILe ltronK enough Ut ret 13t rti a a mo i I 4 agree 11 takeaway regulated I but thin for M t k Beach Hargls Is helping the prosccu tlon to convict him In hlA next trial HO got drunk dismounted a man shot several times wept to n house on Fro zen Creek caused the fondly to flee from home and amused himself by shooting at dishes on tho table On his way back to Jackson ho shot him self In tho toot and It that amputation would bo necessary The jury that tried him and his bonds men must bu cxorclicd over such con duct This Is tho quiet young man who was forced to kill father so said his attorneys If the law not to allow a man to shoot his own pistol In town or to build his own bog pen near our house can be enforced why not object to tbe sale of liquor which docs more hart than all the pistols Wednesdays Educational to the Courier Journal should be read In every household It should stimulate the whole State In the good of the schools and there by the welfare of the people hpMklng llumitfli both the Senate urn the IfnuM In which n JIll was Intro duced Monday by Senator Kelt Uptcsontutlvo White to prohibit the soliciting of orders for tho purpose of alcoholic liquors whether liquors bo III IhlsorRomoolbcrStalf Wo glory in all they hard dune and hupu Unit this bill limy go through oven if Mr Patterson docs veto It ns ho did the other An effort Is being made to secure a pardon for Henry E Youtsey As matter of fact Youtsey deserves bang Ing as much as Caleb Powers Taylor or Howard but as Goy Wilson bent on giving all of Gov Gobcls as sassins their freedom It would not be surprising to learn that be has par doned Youtsey Interior Journal It Is source of gratification to know that not a single Democrat voted raising the Presidents salary to 1100 000 and other Increased salaries Sev eral Republicans voted against It also Such extravagance and protective tariff should condemn the party in power and put It out of business February twnlfth tits been declared a special legal holiday being the of the birth of Abraham Lincoln wbo was one of tbe nations greatest men and who would not the salary of 1100000 if be were tbe President elect now Tbe trial of the Coopers for Senator Carmack Is going on at Nash villa and sensational developments are expected A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was hold up in his work health and happiness by what was believed to hopeless Consumption writes W Lipscomb of Washington N 0 took all kinds of remedies and ment from several doctors but no help till ho used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured six bottles lie Is a well man today Its quick to relieve and tbe surest cure for weak or sore lungs bages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and al Bronchial affections 60c and 100 Trial but tlo free Guaranteed by R E McRob orts 1m UKYANTSYILLE Miss Allle Dunn has returned from a three weeksstay in Lexington Miss Sallle Reddr of Louisville Is visiting her Aunt Mrs Josle Boner Mrs Milton Elliott of Lexington is visiting her son Dr MIttle the little daughter of Clay Dunn is very much improved after a week of Illness Mrs of Lancaster has been with her daughter Mrs Dunn the past week The able address on Christian ucatlon delivered by Prof Taylor Sunday afternoon at this place was re celved by a large number of people Prof Taylor sot forth tbo needs good home government and thorough training In tbe elementary and high schools as a fitting preparation college and University work came In the Interest of Kentucky College of which be Is President BUENA V18TA Chas Scott and family of Van Are dell spent night and Sunday J WScott and wife IIollls and family of Wllmore spent Sunday with relatives near here Miss Ora Poor and Yligil Wilds are with Mr anti Mrs Ballard near Stan Miss Buslo Jennings and brothers entertained a number of their young friends Wednesday evening Miss Myrtle Ruble will open a select school hero next Monday This Is Mlsi Rubles first school at this place but we heartily recommend her to the patrons Mrs Joo laon who has been the truest of 8 N ban and family left for an extended visit to relatives TennesseeJ has been confined for three weeks Buttering with grippe Mrs Henry Williams la a victim of grippe J W Munday and family of near Harrodsburg spool Sunday with the family of Joo Hamilton Chas Ohotham and wife ot Ilsrrods burg of Hurgln eo Spllman of Danville were guest of J a Boblosona family ltt IfrliUjr it I d t e g e II J k wa anniversary accept Supplement promot- Ing Here b M Elliott Dee GUlley Olay Ed- t ford today Will Spilman U l an tit hi seem to kuhn tree fora tsp o toe H tie with a Sid But True Tho following helpful and brllllnnt effusion was gluon Us by lion U II Tnmllnnon Drcatlics theta n rasa with soul so dead who aster to lamest hath sold ThU night berate I o Io bed Ill go pad pur the printer there be go nark Mm well fur hint there pcuU no funral hall and ho will go to well a placo wbcto they dont have Inter Hows This The editor was busy when Ii6 was asked Slow are the markets The Inquirer was retorted to tlio olllce wit Who looked wise and Raid Young unsteady girls lively and In de mandj papas firm mammas unsettled waiting for higher bids entice consld orably mixed fresh fishy active and slippery eggs quiet but expected to open soon whisky Is still going oolong strong yeast rising bread stuffs boots and shoes those on the market are soled and constantly going up and down bats and caps not so high as last year except which Is stationery tobacco very low and has a downward tendency sliver close but not close to got of Kentucky Advocate Lodge Directory Lancaster Lodge No 101 F A M meets second and fourth Tuesday night In each month at 700 oclock In lodge room third story over National Dank Sojourning brothers cordially Invited to attend Tbos Wberrltt F I Frlsblc W M Lancaster Chapter No 60 R A M meets third Tuesday night In each month In Masonic lodge room third story over Citizens National Bank So Journlng companions cordially Invited to attend Thomas Wherrltt Rlgoey H P Franklin Lodge No 7 1 0 0 F meets every Monday night at 7 oclock In lodge room over Gill Simpsons store Odd fellows visiting In tbo the city cordially Invited to attend J A Beazley Seoty J E Novlus N G Garrard Lodge No 29 K of P meets every Thursday night In Odd fellows lodge room over GUI Simpsons store Visiting Knights cordially In vlted to attend J Joseph K of R Si 8 Ji B Lawson C C What Would You Do she was passing the other after noon In getting something out of pocket a young woman dropped a slip of paper on the ground One saw it and picked It up Intending perhaps to return It but a glance at the clean cut annular band writing induced blm to read It through for publication and hero It Is no better than to do It I promtly tell to I used to occasionally but I wise now I should hate bye and bye to know that my face might be hang ing up In Tom Dick or Harrys 3 I dont let a man take my arm when be walks with me If be does I tell blm I prefer him to give mo his arm 4 I dont go out with a man because ho asks me to I like It bet ter It he asks another to go too bis sister for instance 5 I dont let any man see me home from church It be hasnt got gumption enough to take me there and sit through the service with me ho can stay away altogether 0 I dont let any man glue me a present unless It Is something of a trilling fruit or flowers 7 I dont encourage a man who Is not perfectly polite and agreeable to my mother Whoever calla on mo sees a good deal of her 8 I dont allow a caller to stay later than ten oclock It he does not go at tbat time I tell him politely that this la my Record Obituary- f Early In the morning of January 2d the spirit of Mrs Margaret Royston Doty took Its flight to that not made with hands eternal In Heavens For nearly a year her frail had been tortured by pain but plaint came from her lips If It was her Fathoms will that site so let It be she would not shrink from any cross He might lay hot She was the daughter Roys ton one of tho pioneers of county who did up was much her at a age and to assist mm to training her brothers and after years her own tamlly mere tho reclp tents of her care ana no sacrifice of self did she consider for her to make She was hums and her of charity not proclaimed to world It was her delight to go to the house the Lord and when her falling health no longer permitted her going she kept close beside her a copy of the Bible In Its promises she found that peace which passed understanding io that Sustained and soothed by an unfaltering trust approached her grave like one who wraps tbe drapery of her couch about her and lies down to pleasant dreams bites blessings all enjoyed lifes labors done serenely to her final rest she passed while the of her virtues yet lingers twilight hues when the bright e I A 0 If It such I foolscap- a holds CItizens- r Sect Sect W O gAs betItdmen room- r costlike customShelby ibm uff r up of on muc fU the bUilding o la communy who I r ted In progress ot the u cl an the cbo la In his Mrs otra d lpg left ly age t pr Ida over her father h e to mt rt his old oo eat qUle woman deed like 0 L V surely ii men k do he any Jus homer tb pt attar ae the day mother younger many wore tub un is set r yam XT UKIIHON Itov W S Taylor of lliirgln Is holding a few days meeting at this Mesdames Lucy anti turanoy Mont uomory are numbered with the sick Mr A S Dean bought 1ft hid of corn of Mrs M R Ircston prr barrel Mr J A Clark wife and son Eu gene of Boyle were the guests ot Mr and Mrs Edd Grow Sunday bliss Mlnnlo Gullcv of Lancaster was with her sister Mrs Herman Humphrey from Saturday until Mori day and Maggie Der Ingcr of Wllmore were with Mrs Dcnnle Scott Saturday Miss Jennie Montgomery of Err antsvlllo was with her sister Mra Chas Duncan last week Mrs Sallio Jennings and daughter Miss Zenith of Lexington and Miss Lucy B Dean of Pink spent last week with Mrs A S Dean Mr Dcnnlo Scott Is delivering pota toes at Bryantsvllle and otbor points at II per bushel Mr B F Grow of Judson wa with friends hero Saturday and Sunday Mrs House of Stone spent Sunday with hor nephew Mr 0 A Montgomery Susan Mao tho little daughter of Mr and Mrs Luther Humphrey Is very III Dont Divorce A western Judge granted a divorce on account of Ill temper and bad breath Dr Kings New Life Pills would have prevented It They cure Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble tho Illtemper dispel colds banish hcadachesconqucr chills 25c at R E McRobcrta1 1m Loyd Mrs Sim Ray has been very sick for the past few days but Is better at this writingMr Mrs Jesse Simpson has a very sick child Mr and Mrs Marlon Calico of Mad Isoo spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Sim Ray and family Mrs Lucy Folger Is very low ot con sumptionMrs Ray and Miss Llda were tbo guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Ray Sunday day Mrs Raymond Blrtchol and family spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Lee and family Mr and Mrs Joe Pollard visited her parents at Sunday In Remembrance Dillon Ray son of Mr andMra Situ Ray was a youth of Just a few months and had lived up with his confession No warning wti given hli lonlhid down from dfttkneu And be ejrtAed that greet unknown M d riollo row litEnJojlDf ibff be utl of jf In the morning nt bloom When evening r fie ne without warning tomb Ills kind heart at morn with love Tils friend d cold and gloom but what to us is life or what Is death earth and heaven TIs but a dream a a reit a breath from the great God given A Sister Card Of Thanks We hereby our aln friends and for their and sympathy us In the hour of our and tbo Mr and Mrs Him Ray and Family We are receiving two letters from Loyd and as there seems to be a con filet In Items wo cant publish both We gave an account of tbo killing of young Ray In last issue and there fore omit tbo report given In this Write us a personal letter and let us understand wbo Is tho regular correspondent We appreciate these letters Editor Shrouds Uncalled For Among the unclaimed property which was recently auctioned by the Midland Railway Company at Derby England were 20 bicycles a piano 12 shrouds and a toddy kettle and stand We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it We ask all those who are rundown nervous aged or weak and person suffering from stubborn colds hangingon coughs bronchitis or incipi consumptionto try MolloterU Drug Store d to at 13 Mcdl1l11CII Kea Peul Jessie Out a pleasr Mar Ju t childloved wentlIe had s I Gone In mOl1l1nt m 11ID II all pal tOne ride h ended e all car nor e loll ear g yes gone Cbe was but found him d till nothing II wl extend care felt t k to our relatives neigh s kindness own meat lose or our son and letter in t every o ia placer Ma t from spite apt one morning brother satisfaction debilitated General News Tim post iilllco clopitrtuient will Is boo 100000000 postage stamps to commcmornta an of Abraham Lincoln The iSurloy Tobacco Society Is pro paring to begin an rtctlvo campaign to seethe pledges from farmers that they will pool their lOOU lobucco Dispatches to Duns review Inillciilo moro activity In must manufacturing hut wholesales trade la Irregular Clearance sales and tnoro seasonable weather at some points are reducing stocks of winter woods There Is already a State law in prohibiting the giving away of cigarette papers and there Is now before the Legislature K bill Imposing a fine on the man wbo basin his pos session any these accursed things The Senate passed a bill making February 12 a special National holiday The Senate also adopted Senator resolution providing for a stir vey of The Lincoln Way from to Gettysburg That child labor Is a menace to the national health and the public welfare and that America taking the lead among progressive Nations should It were arguments made the National Child Labor Con bronco In Chicago Dank clearings last week at all cltlei In tho United States are 12 002 007 004 10 0 per cent larger than a year ago but 11 S per cent under the corresponding week of 1000 when trade was very active The loss compared with 1000 Is wholly at New York CityIt Is announced that Presidentelect Taft has decided to do away with the refrco system In making his ap pointments In Southern States and Is looking for some method of the character and abilities of the men recommended to him ap pointment In the Senate Senator Rayner charged that the President was going to Africa to hunt wild animals which have never before been heard of and be declared the Smithsonian Institu tion would be justified In paying tbo expenses of the expedition because It will be conducive to the and general welfare of the Nation tempo tartly at least State Inspector and Examiner M II Thatcher Chairman of tho manta Committee for the Bradley Special which will carry the big del egation of Kentuckians to the Inaug uratlon of Presidentelect Taft and to seo Senator elect Bradley sworn In has received word from tho railroad officials that a rate of 17 from and 110 from Lexington will be made for the round trip to the nat ional capital This rate applies only to tuna special train fur the regular rate from Louisville on other trains will be 122 60 Those who wish stop oveis at tbo capital can do so by tbe difference In rates The Brad ley Special will leave Louisville at 0 oclock on tbe morning of Starch 2 and will reach Washington at 7 oclock on the next morning March 3d The sleepers will be kept on tho tracks at the station at tbe capital so that the men of the party may spend their nights In their berths In tbe If they desire Had To B Drenched T P Gammon Avon Ky says I cured my hogs of a very bad case of cholera with Bourbon Cholera Rem edy Several of those hogs could not eat and I had to drench them with medicine Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky White Napoleon Failed It would probably bo Immoral to make Napoleon ones Ideal Moro over we have to remember that to construct a perfect household Is an achievement greater than any of Na poleoni A truth which Is Illustrated by the fact that when he devoted his abilities to housekeeping ho failed It proved better to let Josephine have her way which was extravagant but comfortable WANTED Poultry and Eggs Hens 9 to Ducks 9cts Turkeys 11 to Geese 6 to Otfots EGGS Dr U B White Veterinary Surgeon Graduato of the Lftngshir V S College England 1800 Phone No 206 Lancaster Kentucky L tho lines Knox almo forJ peace Arrang- Louisville palling carat cts 12 ota Ii uuehundrotll crop of Arkansas Wash- Ington discourage before lead- Ing ascertaining 9y B1Northcott1 Begin now to Feed INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD Wo keep it In nil sizes from 2oo pnehngos Io 25 pound buckets McRobertsDrugStorft h ij II A llU 1 1 u Aw JIt 1 i 41 I I 4 ww aM au bfNVelalllLAttV i yY 1 a THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DBXXY Presided J B STORMES Vice FWt S C DEMY Cur J F Robinson Asst Cnsbr R T Embry Bookkeeper Saml D Cochran Alex R Danny A 0 Robinson John E Stones S C Denny J Williams Dill ECTOIIS L Gill W I MetjDeposit for tat I iBoY c Solicit Yoor Businessiv I Start the Now Year right by Settling Your Account Vo must settle up our 1003 business and ho ready for 1100 so please call and scttlo nt once 1 thank you for past favors and wish you a prosperous New Year R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky Behind a Good Team I i i i tt t i I I iIf Pi1 A l NNNNNN NN N AMMMMrMe AIM I should be hitched a good You want one so reliable that you can give all your at tention to the horses without a single worry about the vehicle you sit in Our carriages arc just that kind If you buy one and your horses arc as good as the carriage youll certainly have a dandy turnout WJ ROMANS Use Ebersons Lead Zinc and Asbestos Paints THE BEST PAINT Onco Used Always a Sfttisflctl Customer Sold only by I CARRIAGE 1 I I I i I I I AOOOOOOOOQC OOOOOOCOOCOOC r i I IIJ fy i a 5 j s i iS LANcATERLJERMFaCI r- c 00 000000Nhlwfr rr RPii IEi We need our money to pay for sameJ Your account Is dUe oorrie In and help Us out til Dont forgot wo soil tho OLIVER PLOW 1 and STUDEBAKER WAGON J2J The bust Plow and Wagon niiulc Vulcan Plows 850 AND RIJPAIUS We are selling Graniteware at Cost J E Mount Co fY f r L t Uavill I I rI IaYJ W u IJ A EE 1 1LQ L1SraLmltryllt If- JIBoualit Property r- ll y i fat a a I r 18 d F l3 f k f7 C- ll u UNDHR11AKHH Arterial and Cavity Embalm1ug TT FULL LINE OF CASKETS ANTI IIUIIIAL I10IIES ALWAYS IN STOCK 4 OQ PAIl V a a aJl Aa OAS Breen r AA 1W Little I GOOD 4 Goal A makes n big hot fire when n lot of pour teal sends out no heat nt all It is economical to buy our coal because it is clean goes farthest tunics most heat leaves very little ash and costs no more per ton than poorer grades We deliver it to any part of the city Pull weight always Telephone your order to us Fanners wagons londad Field Seed and Feed BANKS HUDSON I 4 i f N MVIMr w 4 I J J WALKKU President J S JOHNSON Vie treat OKQANIZnO I88j The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL JIM SURPLUS SM B V HUDSON Cashier W 0 RIONKY AMt CaMir Q D WATKKII Hookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention J DIRKCTOHS- J 8 Johnson H P Hudson J J Walker Alex Glbb Lowls L Wnlkcr HSSC5K YOU ARE FRETFUL YOUR HEAD ACHES YOUR LIVER USE t A i a 0I I ftt T M Arnold C Arnold t i A i ITS t 4I A J vrts c i THABO PIAMK No Better Advice 1 offered It Ja nn Impossibility for ono to enjoy mod lioiiUli If out not P ywt with drum IIElimNn c rnwi m Cures Povcr Dyspepsia Malurltt and nil to n Liver CHRONIC CONSTIPATION I CURE- DI rcmblod vhnt ilootori i entirely cured I not Im without It tor the Tttlco pleasure In rvoommondliiff It to my frlomlo I pt 011It hit lIlolI n gtrlou ollhlo compl have boon far pant tour yearn with called lhronlu nmt n mo to IIIJO and I lId nnJ fun t rr1 l ito hyena net Al Constar CIsI oil Cho au ncvy Pleasing and Effective A Positive Cures PRICE Soc jj Mallard Snow Liniment Co 600503 Nortll Second St f ST LOUIS MO t rr 4I F t r yam Y 5 SoJd and Recommended by R E McROBERTS W I if p l i Gossip About A mitt Mntlo l thi Comlnsi rod Golnjj Ly Thole Wi In was In town Monday Judge J B Owsloy of Stanford was hero Monday Win Jones and Barry Francis upcnl the day hero Monday Hubert M Weil visited relatives In Danvlllo lust week Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington was 111 town Saturday Mr nnd Mrs W tl Gottwcro visitors In Louisville last week Mldfl Jennie Lackey left Monday for n visit to relatives In ilirls J Randolph Ilarrln of Stanford flsltcd Ills parents this week Mr Robert Woods of Stanford was a visitor in Lancaster Sunday Mrs Win II Cook was tho guest of Danville relatives this week MIMI Christine Merritt of Danville visited Lancaster friends Monday Frank Pierce of Louisville was mixing with friends here court day Mr Bryan Carpenter of Danville has been a recent visitor In our midst Miss Flora Holder left Monday for a several weeks stay In the Queen City Mr Ephrlam Miller of Montlcello Is with Ida brotherinlaw 1 E Cor der r Mr Jake Robinson of Dan ville visited Mr J U Kobluson Elder F M Tinder left Monday for several days visit to his sister In Cln cinnati Messrs T 1C Watson and Ottlo Jones were visitors In Crab Orchard SundayMiss Fanny Carpenter of Crab Orchard Is the Misses Xinonc Mrs Frlsble visited Mr and Mrs W C Prlco o Danville this week Miss Hallo Hood of Junction City has been the guest of her aunt Miss Emma Hood A M Klnnalrd of Mlddlcsboro Is hero on a visit to his mother Mrs Patsy Klnnalrd Mr D M Lackey was summoned to Richmond this week to servo on the tho grand jury Mrs George Robinson of Daiivlllc has been hero visiting her mother Mrs Ilcbccca West Mrs J I Paxton of Stanford vis ited her parents Mr and Mrs A 0 Robinson this week Mrs Emma KaulTman Is numbered with tho sick at this writing being a sufferer from rheumatism Mrs D M Lackey who has been III for several still confined to her room with an attack of grip After a visit to Dr and Mrs Mar steal Denny Miss Mary Miller has re turned to her home In Itlchmond Miss Lena Rlgncy entertained tho Embroidery Club last week It will meet this week with Mrs M 1C Den ny Mr and Mrs J S Ilaughman and little son Hranham of Danville wore tho recent guests of Mr and Mrs Lu ther GIbbs Misses Mottle Dean Houlali Rob erts and Mr Collier of Jessamine county are guests of MrpTaylpr Bur detto this week Morrs Sparks has to her homo in Nlcholasvllle after a pleasant visit to her cotuln Miss Marguerite Klnniilrd Tho lllblo Training Class of tho Christian church will soon resume their study under thclrctllclcnt Elder P M Tinder Mr and Mrs Jcsso Walden and lit tlo sun II 0 of Danville were vis Itors of Mr and Mrs Charles Anderson tho latter part of tho week Miss Ida Potts who has been with her sister Mrs David Prayther for two months bolt last week for a stay of several weeks In Cincinnati Mrs D M Lackey has received In formation of tho death of her cuusln Mr Hlnton of Parts Ho died of double pneumonia after a brief illness Wo are glad to announce that Miss Alllo Arnold who has been III of Dyp therm lies recovered sulllclcntly to resume her duties In tho D and D In Htltuto at Indianapolis Two veterans Misses Bruce ann Payne wore given little bronze cross ut the lust meeting of the U D 0 Doing HI and unable to meet with tho Daughters they had the crosses of honor soul to thom Tho Womans Club met Wednesday afternoon In the Christian church The subject discussed was France Joan of Arc Louis XIV and Napole on riio leaders were Mesdames K L Klkln R Robinson Jennie West served as hostess Later Information tram Miss Etliol DunnH condition Is that liar Illness has taken a typhoid fonn ninth or W A Price la In constant nt tendanco at It Is to be hyped Mist Junn will soon rally from her sick led once again bo her cheery self i i a E ISWM People tet I I JS I Milt Cohen I 1J tomal ill iJ ill m tJ iilj Iill I Monday the guest or Mattie t I i Price I Miss Hallie teacher litho and J Her Mrs her bedsllo n ae 1 e tcerne k r Are nn t wife PF r weeks returned Mrs and T b si Redid Ml liil bciii returned truth it friends in Lnnnwler anil Ulnnfnril Mr llrlsto mm if Lancatfnf WH u victor hetc Mil Mif Mnfo Iloilnum Wiiu has boon vIMtln her mm Mr Frunk Kntiliwott IIUH returned to her li line in Jarrnrd Jacob Joseph of the Joseph Morcnntllc Lanonstor was hero this week as a U H Juror Mr Josoph Is a splendid clt Izon und n lino business man lllcli tnond Climax President Holpi Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of Time Indus trial and Orphan Homo nt Macon Ga who writes Wo have used Klco trio UitUrs In tills Institution for nine years It has proved A most ex ccllcnt medicine fbrHtomach Liver and Kidney troubles Wo regard It an one of tho best family medicines on earth It Invigorates time vital or gamma purities the blood aids digestion creates nppotlto To strengthen and build up thin polo weak children or rundown people It has no equal for female complalu Is 1m STUNK George MrQucary of Jessa mine of her daugh tcr Mrs George llhy of Buckeye Mrs Mary A Sanders spent last Tuesday night and Wednesday with her KUII L L Sanders of Loyd Mrs 0 P Stone of Nlcholasvllle was the guest of her aunt Mrs C M Mobcrley last Saturday and Sunday Mr arid Mrs John Hicks visited their aunt Mrs Emma Poscy last Saturday flnd Sunday Miss Mary Scott of Bourne guest of M C Sanders and tam ily last Friday i Mrs Charlie Hainm Is spending soy with her Bister Mrs Walter Faync Misses Hcnllli Jennings and Lucy B Dean were the guests of Miss Lennlo Preston last Tuesday Mrs Poachle Grow was the guest of her sister Mrs John Roberts of Jes samba part of last week Mr It II sold two good work mules to Mr Frank Folger for 323Mr L M Crntchncld and daughter Miss Leola attended tho burial of his nephew Mr hurry White at Mchol asvlllo last Tuesday Mr and Mrs N G Preston spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs T II Green Mr and Mrs LMCrutchQcld were if the guest of Mr and Mrs George Ray of lluckeyo Miss Nell Ray of Loyd Is the charming guest of lien sister Mrs Eliza McMllllon HAKKSUUKr Pearce Huffman sold 6 calves for 175 Mrs Lucy Dunn was the guest Mon day of her parents Mr and Mrs J K West of Lancaster Mrs Robert Smith continues 111 at her home Mr Jonah Marsee moved this week to his farm recently purchased of Hughes Stvlnebroad Homer Pence purchased a pair of work mules for 235 Miss Lizzie Simpson has returned from Lexington where she spent soy days with MlsttSara Cook John Royston sold a weanling mule to Mr Doolln for 80250 Mrs Jno Eager and Miss Ella How ard worn guests of Mrs Burnam Led ford on Buckeye pike Sunday Mr J II Furgerson of Richmond has recently been the guest of Miss Florence Smith Time bon bon and hlckorynut treat given by Miss Susan Sutton to the Ladles Working Society was very much enjoyed nod highly appreciated The social feature of this meeting was also enjoyed One of tho most enjoyable social events of tho season was tho candy pulling recently given at tho home of MrJImClark Mrs Julia Pollard who made the toady is an export In this line and provided delightful candy for the guests present Miss Susan Alllo Dunn returned homo from Lexington lust week and teaching school Monday Miss Dunn Is conducting a private school und Is known as one of tho best In In tho State Mrs Mason Pollard kicked at a cat that had crept Into her room When she missed tho cut and struck tho door facing Instead dislocating her great toe Sho HUlTored Intensely for sotto while A womans aim with her tool Is not auto Getting Down In tho Earth A hole has been bored In Silesia to u dope of 7000 foot t of D a I w has I visit to co 1llty Mr Cot Only 60c nl It E Dire is Ill the was lIeN bite JI 4 frnryt Liiicnele tiucesl nl Miss Air dpMU farynretlltllerh week Ices t oral days Preston C era r I Oj to Business Items 1OWOllK Go to Hagnti and got cheap utyfo ties und notions l2v A large now line of china at Gill Slmpsona broduco to Hogan Ret highest market price 122 For Have received an lino of Drummers samples for ono third off D Powell Tit Just received two cars of Reddish Jelllco Coal In pluck and nut willsell cheap fur cash H U For the best of Groceries and cured Meats phone 67 l2Mt H i Dr A S Prlco will practice d At lila homo on Monday and Tuesday of each weektf For Fully ono hundred cords of ood cheap J F Ito For Sale Locust posts and poles to Mrs Hallle Sweene 12941 Bryantsvllle Ky For Rent A splendid residence and si on Crab Orchard Street ply to this office or to J 1 Han Our Motto Figure It out i ODFOUO UIICOI Gill SlmpSdj For Sale One walnut olboe also eight foot metal showcase In condition Wilt sell cheap McRobcrts Strayed A fox hound has been at two months Owner can by proving property and W l2U4t Bryantsvllle Ky Stray A largo red male hug ono month Owner can by proving property and paying l204t Ky Warning 1007 ana 1008 hereby notified that settlement Is no made once suit will be brought for collection courts 12221 L Hcrron M p L Strayed Large white and black rBlotted bitch crippled right leg ears big mouth She has about two weeks Reward for formation Toles Walker Phone254 R 115tf Notice Notice Is hereby given that the Lan caster Opera House Co by consent In writing of the owners of the maj rlty the shares of stock Is hereby solved and It will proceed tool wltu close Its business affairs All persons haying debts and den Mids against the Company will them at onto L G Davidson S cy January 1109 lre4t BUCKEYE Mr R I Burton sold a mule to W Burton for 8130 Also Mrs R I Bur ton sold a mare to Mr Wesley for 140 Mr Cecil Broadus bought of Mr Wm Whitaker his house and lot contain lug i aero for 750 Hiram tho youngest child of Mr and Mrs MaiCarter has been very sick ofjpneumonla Mrs Mike Simpson was called to the bedside of her hurband In Colorado who had recently gone there for his healthMrs Florence Ballard of Dryants vllle vlsltod relatives hero last week Miss Stella Burdlno of Logana is Visiting her aunt Mrs Jim Witt Mr A C Miles was In Lexington the llrst of the week Lavern Dickerson ot Lancaster Is visiting her aunt Mrs J W Brown Ml Nora Long visited her sister Mrs R I Burton last week Dr J II Perkins has returned to his homo In Oklahoma accompanied by Mr Mrs Willie Ray and daughter Stella Ford visited her mother Mrs Nancy Juno Ray Monday Miss Mao Broadus has entered the Normal School at Richmond Where Florida Leads The flrrtii lead pencil cedar MBM row Florida Otl IIII J eat lIIOIil New lot ut now ready nL U t r Jus Jc IOU IIrl 14 Wo pap highest market ptl butter eggs t Elkin S It 122 Sale machinewl North t teeth cai x s t sale son rns res p n show fact row- an 1 3t Led er wel bin pounds has een at my pIa a ut o c t Rob rts Marks ry Delinquents m to t r 1006 are a Simpson John Sowell UI an 1CverrtnluKguod to goods t aim T add al an ls 12U 1 a is T t t y lace gee a t lathe E r ton wrinkle faced bee gone p opt lien vou wan G MANUFACTURING ENGl AVER S Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality CENT Hlk 1iEC01iD J9L ll 1b V See- The s ARC URT c 1 8 l Ifint W C Flih VKi Iftnt W 0 Kimpir Ciihlir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORIOHATKD II i Wood Wo offer you fair treat mont with ovory that is consistent with conservative Banking accommodation CAPITAL 16ooooet SURPLUS 900000 mRncrrona M COY RL ARNOLD ROOUYH BURROWS B WOODS It L WOODS I J I W O flan Our Customer are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Big Combination Sale Stallions and Jacks To Be Held At Hustonville Ky February 1O 11 1909 Wrlto for Entry Blanks Business Horso Sale March 24th and 26th The Hustonville Combination Sale Co Hustonville Kentucky I lass I tI i o- pKigC Your Account IS DUE Please call and Settle THE BIG NOISE IN Suiteand Goats i Still keeping up Thoy must go to make room for our New Spring Line Our Muslin Underwear and Corset Sale now on Come early and got first choice Long Kid Gloves in Blacks and Tans 250 and 300 quality going at 200 during our sales J B WALKER GO i RICHMOND KENTUCKY THE POX STUDIO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock Those who come h the fore goon avoid the afternoon Lush Photos finished up in ovory stylo at reasonable prices Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO I III I J Ci ROBINSON tt R I I I wpl M 004 d NMI- d r 1 t- f r r M t e k A from a 10e nt wilt count FULL xalua A tar from piece will count HALF valui TOBACCOwith Save your taps from f OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST iaHtVi FtM HWH th Ivy Wt Coupons from MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IrazN Smtkl GILT EDGE iniK SmtJcbf Yellow Strips from IUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following H many tlhw useful presents as shown by catalog h t tar piece f s cent 4 I J T r 1111 lit W N WI1M ow ILJtI1 teat 1 S H i Irkmaaplaster W IJtear Head Ell Fehr TShy1Ilkidle fMt 1aaMTkNNY a t I Tr tlaesrl ttlNgt 4 c Gold Cuff Button W Fountain Pen 100 English Steel Razor SO Tags Gentlemans Watch200 Tap I Tap Tags p French Briar Plpe 50 Leather Pocfcetbook 80 Tap Steel Carving Set 200 Tag Best Steel Sheari 75 Tare Tags Lady Pocket Knife 40 Tags Playing Cardi 30 60yd Fishing Reel CO Poeketbook5O Tap Tap Tags Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us PREMIUM DEPARTMENT Vf HE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Uufs M f Ie for catalog t 4 I a r d Farm and Stock COJIINU EVENTS Kentucky State Formers Institute Ellzabetbtown February 2420 Kentucky Sheep Breeders Associa tion Elliabethtown February 26 Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club In Feb ruary Kentucky Beet Cattle Association in July 2330 Hughes and 0111 sold to II K Hern don a pair of work mares for I200t W B Burton bought from J B Ruble six 10 hand fat mules for 8116- 0iff T Noel sold 12 yearling mules Monday to BLHubble at 190 per headS sold to B F Hudson one pair of old mules 10 bands high for 1350 Ball Bros of Versailles Ky are receiving Inpulres for Walk Trot stun from Eastern patrons Dean sold to Squire Jim a year old gelding tor 1200 He also sold to W B Burton a team of for last year and their crop for 12440 Interior R L Hubble sold to Tom Rankin one car load of tat mules at 1150 each He also sold to Dick Gentry team of nice 5 year mules for 390 V Wheat sold for 113 a bushel on the floor of Chamber of Commerce In Chicago which lathe highest paid for this cereal In the last three M Horlne sold to the Star CpatNlchola8vllle Saturday iJOOO bushels of wheat attl07 per bush This Is the top notch reached In Jessamine Jexamine News Auctioneer Am Bourne reports the sales on cods day aged from 8160 to 1200 plug horses 8CO to 810 cattle from 3 to 4 cents cows and calves from 88760 to 35 John Cress of Prcacnersvllle sold Sowder a pair of mare mules for 380 A RDenny sold to Dick Gen mare mule for 8223 Jesse sold to J A Doty pair two year Qld mules for 8275 A tobacco journal wli Jbe estab ilsned at Winchester known as the Amerlcan Society of Equity Tobacco News and will start with 0000 It will be a sixteen page weekly paper with Luclen Beckner of Winchester as editor t J Y Robinson writes entertaining I folks from Butler Ga In the mule trade says other things that trade ligoodmules selling from 8350 to 8000 pair The climate Is very mild with vegetables and flowers In geat abun dance Wasblogton Post in an editorial on sheep raising In Tennessee says that Tennessee s better adapted to sheep railing than aqy other State of the Union having a climate nwir like that of Dorset England than Is touad elsewhere lathe Western hemisphere A good crowd wai jn town Monday though January court Is generally dull bualnoM than usual A great deal of stock wu on the market but prices were high J B Cham then reports the following sales Twen old mules from to 8160 pair M mules at 8325- kfTO fiveyearold mules at 8150 willch eow troy I3fi tb 800 twelve long year Italy cattle at 81060 each ajxtyflye ewes 41 ft each Jesuoilne Journal tiM ral jiim BTOutlem n anaoun CM tbe silo of famous farm plIftOR In Mercer county to MrSi I t il t1 I I f t j I t Chas tour 310 old j I jIii 7 olil mare t c yl F Implement e following to- E L Parka now The las year 1 kin Jt c J t I r o r j c Maya J I j t Gen numerous Bourne4 I mules r OafJournal 4 r the pric- years 1 31 I I from ti I A 1 1 subscribers i lyee among a 1 1 1 ta trio i 4 0 a three yeaVVol 1 i stock stuck t I- extr w yd r a iA s t w s r r y Neal a wellknown farmer und stock breeder of Jessamine county Tbe farm Is situated at picturesque Shaker Town Just across the river from High Bridge This Is one of the best known stock farms in the State and was doubtless disposed of with much fre luctance by General Castleman the sale being necessitated by his numer ous other duties Major David Castle man who was formerly In charge of this farm has gone to Cuba to super intend a very extensive breeding es tablishment owned by syndicate of American capitalists The Kentucky Farmer Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankln has requested the farmers of tho state to send samples of the best grown In their section with the view of Improving the quality and quantity of corn in our state Boyle Cdiinty was the first to respond to tbe request Let Gar rard County farmers be second to show tbe Commissioner what good corn looks like Commis slower Rankin says that It the farmers would pay more attention to this crop that the Statewould soon be known as one of the greatest corn producing regions at the Union Mr Rankln de clares that none of the States of the great corn belt have ever shown corn In any way superior to some that has been raised in Kentucky either In quality of the ear or quantity to the Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns putting out tires then use Bucklens Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Cuts and Bruises Its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Bolls Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief Is Instant 25c at R E McRoberts 1m The advertising rates of both thn Saturday Evening Post and Ladles Home Journal have been Increased Space now In the former costs the ad vertisers 83000 a page and In latter 85000 a page yet It pays to advertise Think it over and get our rates they are not quite so high Worked Wondera Mrs 0 P Wiggins Lexington Ky says gave my fowls Bourbon Poul try when they were sick and it certainly worked wonders Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky Quick Remedy Needed Oh mamma sold little Loa Ive got a awful pain Wont you please give mo Rome of that medicine with In ItT Quick mamma before tho pain goes away The Spitz Dog Spits dog are 10 named owing to their sharp nones This IB glee man name spits meaning ttharppolnt ed Apotber breed la Dalmatian dog hit native home was In Dulmatla FARMERS COLUMN space below beading the excla sire ui mb crlUn li for Ibe ol stock such tiling on farm M Sirius cannot sword to i4rt r III No will be accepted over lour HUM will b only In twp Juue o Good two year old horse mule for sale W R Cock Wanted A high grade yearling Jersey bull R L Elkin a tine lot of White Leghorn pulleta and Cockerels tor sale 0 U Nevleus Urau Orchard Have 400 bales of timothy hay will tell less than the market price TeN phone 0 U LedfortJ or write Z T lllce Blchiuond Ky acre Wounds- e I cure sugar aGe ltd for ul our lId lad notice of 1 have if cots am because es5ssssNMweseoesfasu1 H eeeeeuaeew weeeeeeeesee sale grain the stud the charge V- c A HANDY HANDLE Used on Coops It Permits Their Being Placed Close Together This Illustration shows a handle which permits of placing a number of boxes poultry coops or other articles so provided close to removable Handle Before and After gether It conslsto as will be seen of a pivot handle which drops of its own weight when the box or coop is set down and which when the box be lifted will remain firm between the two checks as shown at the tight PECULIARITIES OF TURKEYS Some Which Will Aid In Rais ing Them S E Wallace contributes the follow ing Items to Profitable Poultry re cently complied by F D Coburn of KansasYoung turkeys are harder to raise than chicks or ducklings In to succeed with them more pains must be token to study their nature and habltr natural tendency of the turkey la to roost where night overtakes It and In time the wild animals are apt to diminish the flock This can be avoided by an Inexpen elvely constructed which can be made with wovenwlre netting a few posts and a root of tarred paper where the birds can bo housed at nIghtThe young birds can be trained to come up regularly at about four oclock to be fed when they can easily be driven into the for the night An earthen floor can be laid in this pen but It must be kept clean Tho majority of failures are no doubt due to lack of proper knowledge or to care lessness In many Instances where the young are hatched by chicken hens the Is cooped and the little ones deprived of their liberty and ted almost entirely on wheat or grain of some sort which alone la enough to cause the poulti to die They must have more of a vegetable diet and oven In this case judgment must be exorcised Turn the hen looso with the little ones and let them pick what they most relish giving them a little meal or wheat to coax them home and also to quicken their growth In picking stock from which to start mako your calculation that some are wild and some are tame The bronze variety Is very able tor tho market on account of Its and tho sweet flavor of Its moat Dut on account of Ui wild roving din position this variety U hard to raise The birds nearly always hide their nests and perhaps will not be seen for a month or two at hatching The White Holland are more do mesticated and are more apt to make their nests about tho barn and BR chicken do They ore also layers having a record of as high ai ten at ono clutch They are probably a harder to raise than the Dourbon Nodi which by tbe way are handsome birds but do not become Quito so tame All turkeys aro peculiar about their nests and when they once select the location they must not be disturbed Mistaken A gentleman war recently dining In the Drug club and having ordered discovered but two minis lure In It Ho called the head am laid How U It that I find but two small oysters In my today The waiter took the bill of tare and looking at It closely aiked the guest Does It say oyster soup with ovitori In It today 1 order roosting place size season eggs oII oysters walt r I to Points and The roosting placo foster mother deal outbuildings hub e N- k e THAT SMASH ON THE JAW WAS LIKE HAVING AN ELEVATED HIT YOU TIBERIUS SMITH His Mill with Chuck McBurr By HUGH PENDEXTER Copyright br JOMP B Bowlea i I I I II II 1Wa i a We loafed about Godthaab for two weeks before I could prevail upon Tib to lot the Arctic circle gtnnts go by the board Then we caught a New foundland whaler and beat across to Cape Gridley where we wore to look for any mall that might have been brought up by tho last boat Then camo the frisk of wind that drove the tub well inside and made it Imperative for us to tarry In that dread northland for yet another bout with tale In which Incidentally Tib was destined to eclipse all Rlbby OHara and Harlem Slather records and make tho Butchers Own with his new scissors blow look like an aged dame working dollies For It was after we left the whaler in high disgust at Tuvak or the Smooth Rock trading post that Tib Cleaned up Chuck Mc Burr the welterweight champion of the Little Seal river and Hudson strait A milliondollar baby boy was the gate receipts and the winner wu to take all Now you know t had always for the boxing game a bit but Tib because of his New England up bringing had but little use for the sport and always Insisted an angry man in a righteous could mace the average pug Into oblivion Yet despite his aversion to professional bouts he opened a new vista In Della possibilities and was the first man to introduce the sprocketwheel smash to the shores of Ungava and the Strait Dear dear what a mill it was and neither of em wore the Arnprloan flag or talked Into phone graphs Out let me hark back and not spoil the finale The circus had given Tib carte blanche to pick up whatever odds and ends ho could in event of failure to snare a giant and ai a stale Issue he had brought along tho faithful old picture machine that once made him president of Arcato It was jils intention to snap a series of pictures of tho rough and rugged life pn the side and profit by them when once embarked In business on his own hook This machine we had tenderly brought with us from Godthaab on tho whaler As won as we reached the post Flnior the agent gave us a 22carnf welcome and when Tlb set up his gallery In tho long low house and began squirting on the screen scenes from Central park and Palm Beach our host could only wipe away pearly tears and moan Man man never leave us This was a great gamo of With that loyal apparatus he know ho could capture the affections and cooperation of any agent or factor on tbe circuit obtain more favors than It ho had paraded out a fat salary It war to them what beads and tin cant aro to aborigines and more than once did we find the move paid for all bother and expense And because ho understood these men and bad anticipated meeting them he had waived his hostility to the bruising pastime and had trotted along three or tour goes different celebrated Chickens and Gouger Boys I thought the gang would go dally with flee They kept him working the films slowly so they could dope out just bow each lemon was donated And tho old boy al though the pictures had taught him all he knew of the port could so adapt himself to our hosts humor a to rant learnedly on just how a telling jolt wai delivered When the screen got bogy he would Illustrate on my and the spectators quickly de ceded he Invented I confess I deplore Its brutality be concluded apologetically evading say admiring lao And yet candor compels mo to insist that ho Wharf Bat led with his right he would have sent the Smasher to the ropes sighed Fnser lamely sj ar ring at shadow If one of those lads could only stub up agalnut the Chuck McHurr outfit and chasten It This called for an explanation and our host described McHurr ai a very unwholesome neighbor It seems his long lank frame contained the crossed blood of the Athabascan Injuu and the worst traits of a white sea cap lain said Chucks grandpa was JiewJisifora wbalr when that hankered I Tlb and between had II All his cause management slx round person flit cuffs rotor port was wearing out the water wlfh its many boats and had lost his ship In Ungava In tho early days Half crazy ho had refused to return and taco the owners and had joined a tribe of vagrants on the Little Seal river Instead and ultimately took a wife Ono thing the old fellow was strong on and that was tho art of selfdefenco Sea captains In his day of course had to be over ready to go to the mat with a mutinous sailor Thus because of his prowess and tho Little Seal peoples Ignorance of the pummelling business he soon came to be considered tho only patent med icine on tho coast Naturally ho taught his son tho game and so It was handed down to tho present polyglot who now bossed the tribe Taken all together they are a bad combination all right declared Fin xcr Several of our boys who bad stolen up there to find out where they mine the gold they sometimes bring hero to iwap for rum tobacco and gunpowder have forgotten to return Chucks people aro not at homo now but when they return I am going to collect a few of my men and run them out Only night my best hunter was telling me tho missionary at Tuvak had lost his kidnaped you know and if Chuck McHurr wasnt In on tho deal tho youngster eloped by himself Say give us some moro of those fights Theyro great It was Flnxcri cbanco remark about the gold flakes mined by tho tenants of tbe Little Seal Tlb to yearning to discover their lode Now that this Chuck or whatever they style him has led his children up north why not sneak over to that stream and do some prospecting ho began and I know he would have hU way For two days I stood him off but ai Flnzer repeated there was no danger tho territory being deserted I finally capitulated and we borrowed two men and a boat and ultimately knocked along tho coast and landed at the mouth of tho river Wo ordered tho men to drop anchor and await our return and to send a posse after us If wo tailed to ring in after seven dayi For tbo first day wo hardly got out of light of our boat so Intent was Tib examining every bit of ledge and tam pering with every bowlder with his hammer Out we didnt find enough gold to fill a tooth For tho next two days wo pressed Inward rapidly and ono night while making coffee on a little Island about as large as your hat and reached by jumping from rock to rock I mado a big hit Tho Island was apparently the buttend of gold mine In tact It needed no geologist to see wed made a happy haul Almost every layer of ledge facing up stream that I jerked loose contained several scales of the lovely stuff Tib laid If wed only follow the banks until we struck tome falls wo doubtless could scoop It out In hunks Oh yet I lamented ai tho circle narrowed and a galaxy of ugly squaws formed a menacing fringe on the outskirts Chuck U away from home all CONTINUED Reality of Riches needier In this world It li not what we take up but what wa up that makes ua rich Found Kettle of Gold and Silver Edward Woods and Thomas Dlcken lumbermen took a day off tho other day to hunt rabbits They found an Iron kettle In tho woods containing 3600 In gold and 22 In silver Oil City Correspondence Ilttaburg Die patch Valuable Conch Shell The conch shell U highly prlied In ImlJa In many of the temples they are blown dally to scare away the ma lignant spirit while tho god receives hit dally meal A conch with the plral twisting to the right Instead of to tho loft li supposed to be worth Its weight In gold Some years ago a conch of that description was offered for sole In Calcutta with reserve Price of a lakh of rupees placed on It It was eventually bought in or 120000 boybeen that ot a sIn son a 4 last one ycarbld Professional Cards lit W Morrow Grititiintvi tMitn liaise lilted RMlitftCllou lauralitrvil Hughes CO I r I Sell lnnns oit low Commission Titles Abstracted Ofllc flours oniet om 8 a to to 11 t f m to 4 thug Star B FDENTIST fPhone OS Lancaster Ky HOMER County Surveyor Lancaster Kentucky J E Robin LAWYER u4 COUNTY VIII Practice In all State Courts and District Court Office over Police Court Phone lot The Truth Every person in this who U tuf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp can find relief and be permanent cured by Zemo a clean liquid All durggists tell Fcr sale at McKoberU Drug Store We Ship best quality Field Garden Seeds direct to farmers a lowest wholesale prices We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn Cane Seed Millet Cow Peas Soja Deans Peanuts Seed Potatoes Cabbage Plants Po tato and Tomato Slips Onion Scti Garden Heans 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01 the corn that la ted during tho year should be given during tho six cold months But a diet of grain alone will nol stimulate egg production declares the Kansas Farmer With It must bo gluon other feeds luch as milk meat wrap crushed bone green cut bone U It li to ba bad ground aholht and plenty of greon feed In the slmpo of grass other green stuff In tho summer and raw chopped vegetables In the winter- It is Impossible to say how this should bo red Give u little of each kind often and It will bo found hard to feed tho hone so much that they will got ovorfat With all the talk about overfopdlng hens one has boon mpruiso4 upon ui It IB ImposslWa to not a hen fat while 119 li laying regularly Thin applies to all noniltUnu broods and It tilt American class It would probably apply to the Langshaui also weight of evidence Indicates that lack of variety li the principal cause of non production of eggs In any flock A Blind Policy The brooding of pure bred stock of any kind U regarded by many people simply a hobby Bomo pgoplo say a mongrel hen li good enough for them It may bo but they are ly blind Q U elr toUrwU 4 REAL 221 e Storm e VAIl jJ M K Dennw over TINS I An NEY U S dt for externaluse 66D and t228l1m liquid form All druggists the Egg the has any to In and pretty fact the The as r w v S sIStsa S wine ra C Phone flEN ST office MissArnolds Millinery t disease insect almost certain beat rw I WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine can do more WAS WIN HP TI B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia Itflw yean I with kidney an 4 which pain and worry I fle b and was all run a had abandon work entirely I had three of the ttt physicians who did n no loot and 1 WM to Foleya Kidney Cure was recommended gay me great relief I wu TWO ilZU SOe AID ILM- IILDAIIRECIMMCBKIIY C C J K Stormes POSTEDTho undersigned ncrobr KIVO warn Ing to all persona not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever an we will prosecute all offenders to fullest 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