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TIlE CENTRAL RECORD MIMttTHKHTll V 1UllKllKriiaiON VNTAIIitlSllKD DMMOMIAOY AM GOOD LANCASTER KY Fill DAY 5 IH09 MVX HM It OOVEuNIJGNT our 11BBUU Any r r I 1 a wxm Tin RoofingG- alvanised Roofing Steel Roofing i Rubber Kate Roofing Guttering Galvanised Cistern Pump Cast Iron Cistern Tops Force Pumps Etc All kind of Tin Repairing on fcltort notice Got our price on Plumbing Hunting and Plumb r ing outfits for country hOniOs V 4 tta3Jttc3Jttc3J i1ttcJJtt tt t A I i t i 4J a 3Jfb 3Ja a u t d- I 1- rwrr llter f a 1 A M CONBROS Local Items Thorn will Im prnanlilntf nt KmU lurk next Sunday by llov W of Lexington The Lnillcs Aid Society will Saturday afternoon with Mrs W J ItomaiiM on Htchnmnd street Mrs U II Dottton Is snlTerlng will 1 broken arm dislocated tho result of a full Lat Is doing in IIH could bo expected Mulct Soiling by Tho Pound W II Burton bought 0 mures from John Creech of Itlchlnond weighing 1000 poundseach at 18c per pound Burned Mm Louisa Holt zclaw near Preach etsvlllo was badly burned last Satur day while standing before an opcli Wale her clolthlng taking Ire Notwithstanding the unavoidable accldcnlH that have occurred at the olcctrio plant the proprietor Mr Alex Walker hail succccdcd In lights on again to this delight of tho public W C T U Mm Francis Heauchamp of Lcxlng ton President of State W C U will lecture at 1ulnt Lick dilstlan church tho second week In February Tho exact date will bo given Sliver Too S The Ladles of the fTesbyterlan Missionary wUrglvo a Sliver Tea In Church on the wfViiiijt en oclock livery ono Is cordially to como and bring an offering Hiimd Brako Mr JCRSQ Fox has 11 recently pat ented hemp brake In ono of his fields which In said to bo doing the work of several hands and doing It properly This has been tho ono thing needful to Insure cultivation of more hemp as labor lias been uncertain Anderson Pollard rims marriage of Mr Thos Ander son and Miss Hester Pollard took place at the homo of tho bride Wcdnesdiiy January 27th Rev O P Hush of Delating They aro both highly rep utablo and wo wish theta much hap pIliCS Examinations Friday and Saturday were examine tlon days for colored pupils who wish ed to obtain certificates as graduates In the common school course There were 6 bright looking students who stood tho examination under tho ef Relent superintendent Miss Jennie lllgglns P MoLt meat well 1 late Sic ty thin lies an of Y the ninth at the i and shouldoq R putting yte Feb r Rev invited Is the Manwho Needs Must Have and Shall have Good Shoes His work requires him to cover his foot with well mtulo comfortable SHOES Ho shall have them because r x f wo luuo got them hero for him Wp cater to the wants of the Working Man and have taken great in the select a n and building of his Shoos Wo have made his Shoes a nV r Is study foul huvo lines of shoes made of good loathers built upon honor We buy our Work Shoes from an East v t orn house who tan their own manufacture every pair of shoos they sell No Jobbers Profits direct i j from tho factory to U3 therefore wo can save you 25 per v wont on your shoos If anything over goes wrong wUh our sliQoa wo fro here to make thoiwrong right Wo want your Shoe Trade and if Good and Low vv Prices anything to do with it wo aro sure to got it H The Workhig Man i I I i t I Ii I 1 t j j il I Shoes 1 sr u L e 1- l t v cafe r r loather aU1 A 1 H r Ii two tI I lLIS w i If till tho fouls Iii Urn world dead It would bo u dreary place iliuufdiit want to bo allvo then lilt y u wouldnt be you would yoH Luttbiillon Hibbard Jeff Hlbbiird son of Prank Hlbbar ono of Lancasters merchants brldny January lUth ill 0 p III Longvlow Illinois Tho funeral ryes wore held at Jens Olmpot Hi county at elvvon oclock Wcdncsdu the remains being Interred ul place Card Of Thank Ilev sod Mrs Sliousohovo rcccntl received beautiful new tablecloth Rift of tlio Ladles Working Society for which they express their hearty tlmijks This Is only ono t many lovely ways In which pastor wlfo have been reinfmbjred by noble HUlc band who are working s modestly yet effectively for tho Mas ters cause May Ills richest blcssln rest upon them Mlnoral Prospects Mr Milton Mahan went to a few days since taking with piece of mineral ore obtained Ills farm within about 4 miles of place with tho Intention of the fragment tested by an assay st Tho oro Is heavy with a subsUnc sliver and Mr Mahan hopes has a fortune In tho way of a valuable mineral deposit on his farm A Rumor It Is rumored that Senatorelect W Bradley will compliment his by using his liilhienco to locate itindsomo government building place Time old Marrg corner to be time proposed site of contemplated structure which will tho Bradley building containing post olllcc and make tho whole jdlllco one continuous business block Y M C A Quito a number of young men t Dr Klnnairds olllco on night for tho purpose of organizing M C A Various committees appointed and will report bove named placo next night February 11th Young met the country are cordially Invited o attend and assist In the organlza of this most helpful Institution The of Isaac Arnold t Anderson Indiana last week remains were Lancast eme ry Ho af Ou ccunty being u sonof CY Sr Ho married Miss Mitt tothwcll who with their children llurdctt Ramsey Henry Hiram lurdett and Miss Louella survive Im Ho was a substantial citizen connected a member of time Christian church and held In high by all who know him Water Works Rates Tho City Council have found It ncc isary to snake a slight raise In the atcr works rates being based on time of adjoining towns and the rals 1 rates In most Instances aro cheaper tho rates elsewhere Our has been runnlnifbehlnd about 200 a year and oven these rates will flake supporting The rates appear olsowhcre In an In this Issue No property would be deprived of tho ctloif against tire for several times rate Taft At Atlanta Former Kentucklans are generally tho front no matter where they located Dr W S Elkln Is presl of tho Commercial Club which entertained W II Taft on his recent to Atlanta On tho samo Mrs W S Elkln was Ills partner H dance when tho Presidentelect evidently feeling some 111 of from his superabundance of av rdupols took occasion to courteously How Is It wo get on so well igothciV The vlvaelous young dame with her usual brilliancy of repartee Because we are of the sauna Household Recipes Steamed Drown llrcad Two heap cups of Graham flour ono cup rimieal ono cup Now Orleans mo two cups sour milk ono of hard ono tablespoon of soda It should be a rather stilt and steam three hours I use kklng powder or entice cans to steam Ino In tough pans will answer lie part of tho better and add a fow dates raisins or currants and result Is ono YOU will like to re at Divinity Candy Ilaco In a largo three cups sugar ono cup water boll till thick In another pan onehalf cup corn syrup ono cup gar onehalf cup water and boll till threads Heat tho whites of two n well mid pour over theta time of tho llrst pan making nn Icing thu othoi and Iraqi wolf and until are all wolf mixed Then add 10 sup pecan moats unrt betty again pur buttered pans and mark off squares whllo warm ronuclm Qnocup milk three cups bu uriono teaspoon button ono pecans added last IK until It inUlea removo and Funnjr worm J knew died ser that a must and the from this having like he O home town a at thIs Is said the Join the met Tuesday a Y have been at Thursday lion Arnold occurred and Ins raid len Y Arnold Mrs well rates than not It self ordinance owner the to are dent visit at though feels replied vintage lug lasses snIt servo chopped the vessel and put It contents add into into CliP Pro Until othmy o n4 j Lexington Plat- a from death bided lu wa s esteem waterworks evening remark tablespoon batter stead- Ily Mown foal boa wltli egg t Itead Shearer Uron advertisement I of sale and U J Ilcndrcns of his 5 and 10 cent store In this All Rtoht Now Frank U Graham Davenport I and seem all right now I lost hue cockerel that was about dead ordered tho medicine Sold by U Mount Co Lancaster Ky Two New Autos Doctors J M Acton and J nalrd have received their new Machines and find them to be very kind for their purpose If yo care IORCO these machine get and phone either of them to see lung It takes them to reach you It Its worth while The Louisville Banquet S C Denny Jno M Farra Thomas and Dr M K Denny od tho Banquet given at the Seclbac last Friday night by time business of Louisville They report a time Speeches wore made by dls ttngulshcd guests urylng closer rela tlons between tho city and country both In commercial and social rela lions Our merchants should prac tlcc what they preach and buy from homo city all things being equal April We havo been Informed ofllclallv that the new rural route running from Lancaster through Huckeye around Wolf Trail to Stone and Poor RJdgo pike will begin on April first This will not necessitate tin discontinuance of any post office tho route and pQoplo along tho lint who desire tho service should order boxes and havo them time to receive their mall and ly the Central Record on April second which will be the second day of the now rural service Salo Declared off On account of tho bad weather the talllon and jack sale to have been hold at Hustonvlile February 10 and by time Hustonville Combination Co was declared off and the 50 or 10 Jacks and stallions that had been entered will be sold at the annual sale Hustonvlllo March 21 and 25 The stallion and jack men who had their stock thoughtlt rather for the salo and the promoters of ontcrplso acceded request postponed the sale until March 24 and 25 Interior Journal RraSbt rtA iChurch lo Rev J IIi reeinan of China conduct ference on For especially In MlssloqUrt work At the evening service 7 p m there will be i popular Missionary address by Mr freeman Exetybody Is most cordial y these services Those of churches who are Interested J any Mission work are to be present C 0 Brown Pastor Quarterly Communion This service will be conducted at Methodist church next Sunday by Dan W Robertson Presiding Jlder of the district A full attend of membership expected As a of broad education and high record Mr Robertson Is highly es teemed among the best ministry of Kentucky Quarterly conference and meeting In church lecture Sunday 230 p m a full attend requested Preaching by theEI at night 715 p m Dr Pearce at request of tho Presiding Elder conduct communion service at next Sunday An Open Meeting of City Connell City Attorney L L Walker ro us to say that the publlo Is In Itcd to attend an open session of the Council next Monday night February 8th In time City room Tho telephone franchise come on that night tor passage and this Is made In order that the can bo beard on the subject and any suggestions that they may tit as to tho restrictions In tho It being tho desire of time to do what Is best for the ben of the people Country people aro earnestly Invited Dont knock on io outside but come to tho City room where you can be heard Road and Consider Ten reasons why Lancaster should a now school building 1 Tim old building U not largo 2 It Is not arranged for graded purposes 3 It Is poorly heated i It w not well lighted 6 U can not bo properly Ventilated o There Is no room largo enough seat all the pupils for general 1 Cloak rooms cold dark and Inconvenient 8 No room for County High School p Class rooms cannot be made motive In appearance 10 Pupils are hindered from doing best work by unfavorable condl p W Urldges Principal Lancaster Graded uool opening Bourbonono when- I J n Kin the how Try Dave men our nearly First up on their In especial 11 Sale at entered time to tnoir will Missions d rarY 10th at 230 p m This Interesting an all Invited tend th also 11 the Itov anco room anco del will Richmond quests City liP request make see franchise Council eat Court have enough to eX- ercises Pupils at e 1 4 issue k Maxwell sick attend royal early and r o dim will be interested o her minister steward cart people school are their Hoar 1111ffiIiif nML DDLtsIp AND I DN SS i Vulcan Pirns Plow Points We are the people for your Plow Gear and Wagon Harness See the Haselden Back Band BROS Wholesale and Retail Hardware I J E A I S IIII r AND 1 G3 HAS CDEN Notice to Correspondents Please send your name and this ofllco at once that you may b supplied with stationery London Kentucky has had four de structtve tires In three years the occurlng a few days ago Tho losse amounted to about 122000 among them Editor Nat B Sewcll of London Democrat whoso loss to 1600 with no Insurance Lincoln Memorial one hundredth anniversary o Lincolns birthday will be observed b the Graded School on Friday 12 at 130 p in People of all sections havo como t recognize this Kentuckian of plonee days as ono of the worlds greatest men A short program Is being by representatives from all tho grades of the school which will pre sent some of the facts of Lincolns life and the historical events which cluster around his name The friends and patrons of the school are cordial ly Invited to bo presentVery D W Bridges Principal Lancaster Graded School Baby Left On Train By An Uhknown Woman A young married couple was on the train from Louisville going to their homo ID last Saturday In tho seat In front of them sat a nicely dressed woman with a little baby about a year old Some miles out from Louisville the lady with the baby arose and asked tho young married woman from Midway If she would take care of her baby for a few while she went iota time next car The Woodford county matron smil ingly consented as she was very fond of children anyhow Shine took the little fellow cooed to Lira and played to him for some time Station after station was passed and still the mother did not return to get her baby Finally the train passed Frankfort and still there was no sign o tho mother Tho young woman from Woodford was getting uneasy for she had to leave the train at Midway but she hoped the mother would return before that point was reached She was doomed to disappointment and when the con ductor called All out for Midway she still had the baby In charge She did not want to keep the baby and did not want toleavo it In tho seat unpro tested when she gjt oft the train She undecided what she should do when the train stopped at Midway but as tho car ceased moving she Saw a young man evidently An unmarried youth entering the car Instantly her mind was made up She took the baby In her arms and walked up to meet time young man and aa she was about to pass him In of the car she held the baby out to him and said will you pleaso hold time baby for mo while I step out on the plat form u minute The young man was too polite to refuse so he took tho little baby and sat down In time seat The train pulled out and time question now Is young man do with the baby No ono has been able to hind out whteher the mother came back or whether the was the real mother of the child but was some woman paid to palm the baby oft on some unsuspecting woman like thought the county wows was Anyhow everybody who has heard time story U praising the quick wit of the young from Midway In not entirely deaertlPff hljd yet getting rid of It loot In the nick o address- to last the was stIll the aisle what the o ltuiraQktor Now r amounted The February prepared Midway minutes canning tWI eye aim woman e f y Ground hog saw his shadow Red Hot There will be a red hot primary election In Lincoln county Saturday The raco for sheriff seems to bo at tracting much attention and In this connection we desire to express our friendship for one of the candidates Mr M 8 Baughman and unhesitat ingly say that If his many friends and relatives m this county wore to deaden over the line and vote for him his election would be assured As sheriff for four years be discharged his duties faithfully and fearlessly being just the character of a man to protect and guard the interests of the people and if reports be true we ex pect to hear of his nomination In Memory Mrs Lucy B Moberly Folger wire of of Stone this county gave up the life here or life on earth January 28th ult at 8 oclock p m after a lingering illness The God likeness the spirit returning to Him who gave It She was the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 M Mob erly of Stone this county Stfe died rejoicing In the hope the is known only to those wlio know Mie way from earth to fitfe leaves besldo her specially these being husband and aged re spectfully two years her father mother sister of this county and two brothers In Kansas and almost countless friends to her loss She was a good mother neighbor and friend Said to her husband mother others that she was to meet God and wasted to see and would see Hal lie her daughter who preceded her to Heaven about a year ago Adman Ished her husband and friends to her in a better world Improved Switchboard The new Switchboard recently bought by the Bastln Telephone Com pany will be Installed within the next two weeks This switchboard was de signed and built especially for the Lan caster Exchange by tile Dean Electric Co of Cleveland Ohio and represents the highest development in construction It Is of the mag neto self restoring drop type equipped with double supervision cord circuits Hash light transfers order wires tour party harmonic ringing circuits night alarm condensers repeating coils emergency generators and all other appliances that go to the making up of an up to the minute swltchbaord Tile double supervision cord circuit U an especial point of as It pre vents time subscriber from being tied up to another or to an open circuit In such a way that ho can not gob the at lentos of the operator the ringott being sure and certain The order wires and flashlight transfers enable the operators to give quicker and wore satisfactory connection than before Time harmonic ringing cir U tho ono perfect system of tive signaling that li calling ono par ty on the line without disturbing the others Every device that might as Blat In giving bettor been Incorporated IntOvtbls switchboard and no expense has been spared at tbs sacrifice of efficiency In the prima paid to the Dean people Is considers more than that asked by manufactures but believing that qual ity should be the consideration the Ilastln Telephone Company select ed the best Every subscriber will welcome roent and I F N FaiRer flea en ye nes t r children teI oven and mourn 1 meetr J merit cult 18ec lonlo hoe fact obi r this tbolJ1alij tqbtool1 oR H ttI JUIIt permitted i r i 4 and t 5 r r switchboard f0ur party other 1 brat great lap meat rrtuhty 4 had lyt t CENTRAL RECORD I SUKI WKKKLY IIUI A r 8 HUOHES EdrPubr gnltnd nt lit fait Oftl lit tAntntttr u BteendCtan Hall Ualltr Member Ky Press Association ud Eighth District Publishers League Lenceiter Ky Februarys 1909 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 1 600 For Count Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line ll For Cards per line For all publications In the Inter Coat of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line OS 10 r t 1 Alt I 1 7 t It It I I a 4 I r r ItR c 3Democratic Ticket For State Senator R 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 Qeo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J H Dunn For Magistrate District No P Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate M C SAUFLET We are authorized to announce Hon candidate for renomlnatlon for the once of Commonwealth Attorney for the 13th Judicial to the action of the Democratic party We are thankful to our worthy Con gressman Hon Harvey Helm for Information and helpful services A law part of the country was ectcd by the severe storm and drop in the temperature Business was paralyzed In many sections traf fie was delayed and much suffering was entailed That able Democratic paper the Kentucky State Journal baa employ ed Mr James L Newman one of the best newspaper men in this country and if possible the paper will be 1m proved but not in the editorial de partment The Cuban Republic is already In trouble on account of the of a mau as Chief of police who was not favored by the Vice President who threatens to resign on that ac count This Is a poor showing for self government the Republic being only snout a week old Senator James B McCreary secured 0600 In the omnibus claims bill passed by the senate for damages done to Madison Female Institute which was seized and used as a hospital by Federal soldiers for some time afte thebattle of Richmond In 1862 This was a Just claim and the Senator ways looks after the Interests of constituents Overl2000lmmigranta have been In duced to come into Kentucky since last July Most of these are laborers but at least one third of them have purchased homes During the year 1008 Immigrants moved Into the state and bought farms south of the Kentucky river Tnls Is gratifying a pews It the new are of the proper citizenship otherwise we would be bettor without them Gov Wilson has come out In a opposing the referree or boss od of appointing Federal offices believes that merit should be consld Bred and not political influence pr any pull a man may have This Is in theory but may be realized In practice on account of the Influence to the political schemer has over the man whom he put in office The only way to remedy tale evil would be for the appointing power to got nation as to qualiflcatlon from other sources The eyes of the nation are on Kentucky where the Lincoln Celebration will be bold on February 12 Extensive arrangements pro being completed to make It a occasion A tent that hold 4000 people will be put up your will be run ont of Louis vllljt betide the one bringing Pres drat who will deliver an Many distinguished orators U 1 will b present and the of the groat raanclpator will become tu Hoit bUtorlo ipoU ID the ties Wi too winy laws that cannot be Mfow sad therefore vwtkltM sad should be repealed Tbe J a 1113 it to A ale HIggins I J for the Democratic nomination tor Chili A Hardlo of Ilarrodsburg as t valuable I appointment aID 000 rowers letter will adetr pat which are t r UJUI r 1 t I 1 i refer i h sud i ll zl I i t I t I t aver 1 f me 1 never r Info Hud I t Oe Wuaty I trains I oat hive r 4 aa tIle r pe lOt ter i iiiiiiiiii i p Itlcs will nmr tin m HI ir iip iM n liclllal inin will toll Oil It a vote has boon purchased Tlio only remedy qualification for suf fra e nnd the creation of a public sentiment Another that is seldom enforced Is tho law carrying concealed deadly wcrtnon which cuti Only be enforced by liukliin It n felony to carry n weapon conceal cd fur no one would take the risk Revolts At Cold Stssf Your only hope laid throe tors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble llesln an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Headache SSc at R E McRob crts 1m Reel Cause of The Divorce Evil Cay or Family Life la Respon sible For It It the one million divorces In the country during the last twenty years had been granted for trivial causes the outlook would be bad enough but the situation becomes all the more se noun when tho separations take for grave moral reasons It Is ally recognized that such causes as adultery desertion cruelty for crime habitual and neglect to provide are grave reasons for divorce and while some of our States have omnibus clauses In their divorce law these six principal grounds are the ones recognized by the majority Of States Morever the statistics of divorces granted show that ninety seven of all divorces are granted on these six principal grounds Only an Inlgnlflcant traction of the divorces In the United States are granted for trl vial reasons such as Ity of temper Again over sixty of the divorces In the United States are granted for the two more serious grounds of all adultery and desertion In other words in two thirds of the cases divorce was granted after husband and wire were already practically separated We must conclude therefore that divorce is prevalent not because of the laxity of our laws but rather because of the decay of our family life The real evil Is not divorce but the decay of the very virtues upon which the home rests The problem In Amer lean family life Is whether we are able to build up the virtues upon which a new and higher type of fam fly may be founded higher that Is than the despotic semipatriarchal type of family of our fathers which Is now passing away or Is rather already extinct It must be remembered however that the they essential ment In the home life at a people Hemp Grower Meet at Lexington W Schllcbten president of the Ramie Fiber Company of New York who has been In Lexington Ky for several weeks Introducing a hemp breaking machine had a rosettes In that city with a number of prominent hemp which may result In a pool being formed on the hemp grow of Central Kentucky similar to the Burley Tobacco Society Kentucky has In recent years pro duced only a small proportion of the hemp which formerly grown the chief reason being In the difficulty in which has become Indisposed to tackle excessive prices aod now produces only 20000000 pounds which is practically the entire product at tho United States However 70000000 pounds Is Imported Into the United States from Russia Italy Mexico and the Philip pines As Central Kentucky practl States where hemp can be grown and Is a much larger demand than Is grown in title country It Is be lleved that a pool of the hemp grow ers could be easily made by which the product could be sold by tbe planters direct to the manufacturer This would result It Is argued In the planter receiving cents a pound and perhaps more Instead of 0 cents the present price to the producer Mr Schllchten guarantees to break with his machines at a charge of halt a cent pound all hemp which can be grown and thus the production can be made unlimited Farmers Home Journal CAIITEKSVILLE Mr 0 8 Roop is numbered with too sick this week Mrs Paulina Carter is on tbe sick this week Mr and Mrs Sam Baker will more this piaco next week Mr Pierce Alton and family will start to Illinois Monday they will make their home Mr John Furgerson got his and hands badly frost bitten Saturday Rev F P Bryant sold to J W Pointer one yoke of oxen for 175 Miss Mallnda Caude has returned her home In Jackson county spending a taw months with hot Ills and brother Dr and Mrs Red Is wino Little Roy Lee Infant son of Mr and Mrs Mid Fieeman died Monday and was burled Tuesday at tbe SraUh grave our aympv to the bereaved family feminine In developing the Idea of truthful ness a teacher asked the question What Is the beet titles In too world do and at tho same time the hardest A little girl raised her band timidly Wolf Emma Tp arrl d t IT i i u r t r ho tiro lnorat d II Constipation D Imprisonment drunkenness percent percent them havIng It broken by the nelCro such hard without betas paid ally the only part or the United ii list tot t EnUII f1ll k jOWl lilt r Ii IxW other halt egalt growers era was lab lpbor ow the care aft acer bit e c Lad Dlrsolorv Inmnlvt hdrfu Ni 101 V ft A M meets second and fourth Tutiday night In each mouth at 700 oclock lodge room third story over Citizens National HanK Sojourning brothers cordially Invited to attend Thus WhorrlU Sccty 1M Frlsbln W M LmicastcrCliiiplcr Nil eon A M meets third Tuesday night In each month In Masonic lodge room third story over Citizens National flank So Journlng companions cordially Invited to attend Thomas Wherrltt Secty W 0 Rlgoey H P Franklin Lodge No 7 I 0 0 F meets every Monday night at 7 In lodge room over GUI Simpsons store Odd fellows visiting In tbe tbe city cordially Invited to attend J A Bcazlcy Seoty J E Ncvlus N G Garrard Lodge No 20 K of P every Thursday night In Odd fellows lodge room over Gill store Visiting Knights cordially to attend J Joseph K of R S J B 0 PAINT LICK R F Champ who has been confined to his bed with typhoid toner for three weeks Is thought Lobo some better Sallie Cook tho little daughter of B P Gregory Is about well after soy eral weeks Illness of typhoid fever Miss Pearl Ely Is visiting home folks for a tow weeks Mrs Rlddleberger will begin a private school at her residence Monday There will be preaching at PaInt Lick Christian church Sunday by Eld George of Lexington 011 Terrlll assistant cashier of Bank was sick for a few days last week Mrs Emma Davis of Jelllco was the guest of Miss Agnes Henderson week John of Lancaster was In our town last week helping G W Conn on bis carriage warehouse A B In Louisville this week Thos McClure of Mt Vernon was tbe guest of lila sister Mrs W F Champ this week In October 1908 the will of W P Griffith was probated In tbe Garrard County Court Under Us provisions the bulk of the property estimated at from 110000 to 112000 was left to his brother Sydney Griffith supposed to live In Virginia The executor of the will W F Champ of Paint Lick hoe andIsIn an effort to locate the missing heir or his children so tar without success It is a rate cise that so much land has to hunt for the heir to whom It has been bequeathed Uncle Prcs as bo was familiarly called was a bachelor and lived alone for the last 8 or 10 years even doing his cooking and washing himself The nearest relatives found so tar are some cousins living In Rockcastle and Madison counties this state It Pays Well Jack Taylor Briar Hill Ky says I never bad bogs to fatten as well Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy has paid me at least 110 for each dollar I Invested In the remedy Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster y MAKK8BUKV Mr and Mrs Ben King attended funeral of his aunt Mrs G T Thompson of Mt Hebron Rev and Mrs Shouse arc receiving congratulations over the arrival of 11 pound boy Mesdames Jack Naylor of Judson and Tine Norris of Bryautsvllle have been recent visitors at the home of Mr James Parks Mr Riley Durham of Boyle county dropped dead ono day leaf week while preparing a meal for his sick brotber Ho was burled In the cemetery this place last Sunday afternoon Mr Ohearn bad a valuable ox to die last week D S Swope mule by deatb valued afll25 Mark Uolns bad a Jack to die for which ho recently paid 1350 There were only a few pupils regis tered at the Fork Sunday School Sun day morning on account of the mer cury dropping so Iqw Mr Shouse the Sunday Scbool In of the superintendent W D Marksbury This Sunday School Is and has always been evergreen Its doors never having been closed during the winter season Miss Add Arnold arrived tore last Sunday morning on the way to fill her regular appointment las superinten dent of the Sunday School As the horse she was driving was not roughed she could not go further Arnold never absents horse her duties when possible to be there sad the sacrifices which ibo counta soy for the cause In which engaged are termed by most people Impossibilities The Illble s udy class taught by Mr Sbouaa continues to meet every Wed nesday afternoon regardless of the Inclement weather thus showing their ntense interest Tile class has now entered upon tho second quarter of Old Testament History The au loci of which la the Conquest of Canaan to the Formation of the Sop arate Kingdoms of Isiae and JudaU Class mot with Miss bottle too Wednesday of his week ts e a at e Invited Lawson O H S Peoples Cnn Estrldgo was Bluegrass lost a absence Grove from The riot trf IJ r s I c Y ocl moo Simpson A no last ti iii oak a J It McQJorry was the guest of 1 Fiirr last Sunday Wm Coldlron has gone to Olay County on business Mrs Mcla ROM has returned from an extended visit toiler children In lVi lllliuilH Tho presiding not CUIIIP owing to too extreme cold wcallier connqucntly theto was no quarterly rosettes at Lawson Chapel W H Furr bought tour of corn from Leo Broyles at 1276 per bbl Washington Once Qsve Up to three doctors Was kept In bed tor five weeks Blood poison from a ers bite caused terse deep sores to cover his leg The doctors tolled then Arnica Salve completely cured mo writes John Washington of BosquevllleTex For eczema bolls burns and piles Its supreme 5c at R E RcRoberts 1m Mrs Homer Tlnsley who has been very sick Is better at this writing Mrs Sim Ray Is still Impovlng Miss Ethel and Ltda Simpson spent last Saturday night and Sunday with Odessa Simpson Mrs Jane Coulter and her nephew Mr Marshal Foster ot Oklahoma are with relatives here Miss Nclla Ray has returned hone after a weeks visit with her sister Mrs Eliza MoMllllon Mrs Frank Ray entertained Monday- t Mr Irvin Simpson sold one mare to Mr Boyd Broaddus for 1140 he then bought of Mr B F Grow a horse tnt 100 MTllEliUON Mr Samual Duncan sold to Noah Marsee a good work horse price 1100 Messrs M L Montgomery and G W Thompson delivered some hogs to Mr Joe Pope at 6Jc per pound Mlfis Marine Sbcrrow Is with her aunt Mrs Dee Eason at Nealton Mr Caleb Johnson who Ilea had an extended visit with relatives at High Bridge and Boyle County returned home Thursday Mr John Eison and family will move this week to the place rented room Mr Ben Patton Mr R L Bar ker of Boyle will also move to his farm recently purchased from Mr Eason Mr B A Duncan and daughter Miss Hattie have returned from a pleasant visit to Indianapolis Mrs Martha J Thompson aged 72 wife of Rev G W Thompson depart ed thin life at 345 on Friday after noon January 29 1909 She had a par alytlo stroke December 14 1908 which contracted softening of the brain and from this time had suffered greatly both physically and mentally She was taken worse Sunday morning and was unconscious until tha end She leaves a husband son and a number of grand children to mourn their loss She united with baptist church In 1852 and married 1854 She was one of Mt Hebrons charter members Since her first llness she has expressed a desire to pass over the river of Death and al ways said she was Just waiting to go Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a cull war veteran of Kemp Texas that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold be writes developed a cough that stuck In of all remedies far years My weight ran down to 130 pounds to use Dr Discovery which restored my health completely I now welsh 178 severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages and to prevent Its unrivaled 60c and 1100 Trial hot tie free Guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts 1m GROWING RUTABAGAS What One Farmer In the Northwest Has Been Able to Do Root sonatas has been successfully practiced by Thomas A May of Larl more N D In 1905 ho grew six acres of rutabagas and harvested about 8000 bushels reports Proto Thomas Shaw In Orange Judd Farmer JIll land Is loam but has in it a little sand He grows millet before the root crop This aids In cleaning the land Then as soon as the crop is removed he plows the land lightly This is to bury weeds Then he puts on 30 loads of farm manure per acre This Is plowed down In the spring as soon oa the groin is sown The ground Is thor oughly pulverized on the surface It I then made Into raised drills a double moldboard plow and marker Tho rows are made about 33 Inches apart Lato In May or early In Juno tho seed Is sown In the raised drills by using a turnip drill drawn horse which sows two rows every round A little roller attached to drill covers the seed and firms ground The crop Is kept clean by horse and band cultivation When harvest time comes file tops are re moved with a hoo and file turnips pulled out of the ground by running a harrow ovor them Mr May has succeeded In getting great crops of wheat alter turnips In 19QO he grew nearly 48 bushels of bluestem wheat per acre from six acres The average In tho neighbor hood was 16 bushels Of course this may not follow on all soils but on bis loads he gets his heat wheat after roots tho ground having been thus manured borers roots eta sown He has a tine herd of cattle and he flnds what everyone nits has found who takes roots that they are a brand food for calves and Indeed claw of cattle la the winter sea d v r IL IICHm W- In and bole Buck lens II That to me Asthma busing b- ono loa 4 111 jfk tf t elder slid Loyd t t tony set dee b P 1 f r I I I r V WATER RATES ORDINANCE lie It ordained the the of Lancaster that the water worksordlnance bo amended a follow That too water torso shell bo as lot IOWMl ellltiKf olio fmmljjimu liyilnitil tTUO liluiut fuelt ml diiluiial hydrant 13 00 privilege 1600 extra per Hath tubA tot dwellings 1400 each additional tub Wrath basin 1200 each additional basin 1100 commode In water closet kind 1400 each additional 12 1200 each public ones 11000 each additional one public water closet appfoved kind additional 11 0 Hand basin public house 00 each IISOO houses 11200- Photograbh 11000 Printing Mice 7i Livery and public stables each stall year Ornamental fountains and sprays 1200 per month yearBuilding Cc 16c per Ic Metre rate minimum rate 1160 month For average dally use 1000 or less 40c per Whore av dally use exceeds 1000 gallons 25o for 1000 gallons 16o for additional 1000 and fraction thereofAll rents are duo In advance and It too rents are not paid In ten added not pal the end of the then the water Is to be cut off by Superintendent and not turned on rents penalties and 1200 additional as foe It on are All ordinances In conflict with tho This ordinance shall take effect from Its and publication Approved Feo let 1909 II T LOGAN Mayor Atttest W B Mason Clerk m I cordially invite a everybody to IEJ come 3 1 February 61 r J ra when wo will bo ready p to show you some big values for 55 and lOcts and I am sure you will i go away happy by m ono aj time got your moneys worth Lancaster Ky Uncle Allen Whether you believe In praying for rain or not remarked Uncle Sparks Its a thundering sight bettor If you dont mind my putting It In that way than scolding Providence because you dont got It WANTED and EggS Hens 9 to 9cts Duoks Sets Turkeys 11 to 12 ots Geese 6 to EGGS Dr U E lite Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of the Langahire S College England 1800 Phone No 206 Lancasttr Kentucky I b Council- ut Clt approved l W additional IIasln cu Inarl uso I ubllo house nil Rs1 Meat ma ota 00 Stn es 00 Dental o I a t000 table x00 each ot stock 200 rd dope from the expiration or quart ter penalty or per cent be lb dote from aoove are in Saturday knowing you have R J I ots H B Nortbcott I 8 node loo hoed erase a r r r r r r r r r JHendren 0 r 1 e 1 e PROSPECTIVE BUILDERS lf your are oillitr KOHK Ol pnlr Hutiio llun or other Out Hitlldlug pay you to be fore you do thl an we have a large assortment of good Building Lumbertogether with all necessary building materials nt a price to build you n belter house at n better price then nay other firm you can buy front A complete assortment of Kbcrions heat Paint It will pay you to see us before buying LANCASTER Begin now to Feed INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD Wo keep it in nil sizes from 2oc packages to 25 pound buckets IWcRobertsDrug Store bi 17 XX tJI To Jto hull our it ace till 1i LuMB M CID oocOOC OOCOOC Jf4 I t r 44tg l Will v reasonable 0000000000004 rwwww uIV THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEMNV Presided J B STOHUES Freil 3 C Cashier J F Robinson AMt Cashr R T Embry DIUKOTOIIS Saml D Cochran Alex R Donny A 0 Robinson John E Stones S C Williams flu J W I DENY Ifook keeper Denny L Gill Safety Deposit Boies for Bent Solicit Your BnsineisWe o Big Auction Sale i OF Clothing Ladies Cloaks Shoes which we will sell every Saturday afternoon until time goods are disposed ol Sale begins at 130 and closes promptly at 330 We must close these goods out in or der to make room for our Handsome Spring Line R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky Behind a Good Team r i i rf PIII I I 1 NNNNNNN l r AMNIMAA I i I should be hitched n 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 are just that kind If you buy one mud your horses are as good ns the carriage youll certainty have a dandy turnout W J ROMANS I t CARRIAGE 1 t JI i J Y j rt 1- v e v- r Just recoivod a CAR of OLIVER PLOWS 1 Best Plow Made STUDEBAKER WAGON Lightest railing and most durable Wngon hair Double null Single Disc I tar rows Vulcan Plows 850 All kind of OLIVER REPAIRS J R Mount Co I L tli tft lllrtlilllfM N IJ I J I tI r 0Iifh I II- rf gI Iqq r 111S119 r u rIp a r t I J r la rJJfJill tiu I r UNDERTAKER Arterial and Carify Embalming I Or1e OQ INnflll street 1 r t rt FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL HOIIES ALWAYS IN STOCK I N tIMfMAa 1 W ITS Certainly Great Goal N you get from us So free from dirt stones and slate So free burning so quick to get going Order a ton or so just so you can say you get your coal here Then people will say that nothing but the best is good enough for you even in coal Car of Obelisk Flour just received Clover Timothy and Oat BANKS HUDSON I rw I Seeds I V AW Ft n J J WALKKIC Presidentt I J 8 JOHNSON Vice Trcst ORGANIZED 188J The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTHK KV CAPITAL tn SURPLUS I 5 B F IIUDSON Cashier W O RioNKr AMt Cashr O 1 WALKKU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson U F Hudson J J Walker Alex Gibbs Lowls L Walker C A Arnold I j J r T Arnold F v I A e bL v do WINTER COLDSyou Them ifyou use BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP A cough cr cold U generally R forerunner of many uorkma in n of tubes and colls which must bo Ballards Horehound Syrup COUGHS COLDS BRONCHITIS WHOOPING COUGH CROUP AND ALL PULMONARY DISEASES Cured of a Chronic Cough J n Ellis butte Mont wrltoa choorf rocom to nil RflUotpa with chronic I mitrorud yours with ft hronlo cough which would lost nil winter Syrup vlluotvU nn and permanent auto 25c SOC and 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co North Second Street STi LOUIS MO Sold nnd Rf no R EMcROBERTS It thu 1 j ill order W hUlUr9 good hoalUi CURES for Immodll to i I t 1 11 I Ic alokhlolls p kipt 1 llaluIrIs f 4 a doo doa Kotmaxit jtaut ofc Gossip About People N e e A Drill Mention ut tin Comlnci It II IJiUoii I visiting III Indian apullA John Marrs of Richmond was In town Wednesday- Mr and S 0 Denny wore In Loulkvlllu last week Miss Irene Komans Is the guest of Mixs Ida Leo Bourne Kid P M Tinder lias returned from a visit to Cincinnati Lltfo Ford has accepted u position with Mount Co Mr Arch Walker for n business trip Mississippi Miss Ciilllo Adams Is visiting Miss taco 1rathoral Illcluuond Miss Ora Poor Is visiting her sister Mrs Ed Ballard of Stanford Mr Fred Uatterlon of Paris popular visitor hero lust week Jnmcs 0 iiurnsldo visited h I s daughter In UlimliiKlmm last week Mm J W Davis of Henderson N 0 Is with her mother Mrs Hllas AshleyMiss Llzzlo Brown who has been teaching In Georgia Is at homo fora while Mrs II of Milwaukee WIB Is visiting Mr and Mrs J W SweeneyMrs Prlcols at homo again after a visit to Dr and Mrs S IVGrant of Danvlllo W 1 Dlckorson of Newport has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Fred Frlsble Harry Elmore of Mexico Is hero visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J W Elmoro Mrs U F Walter has returned home after a weeks visit to relatives In Stanford Miss Arnold will leave shcrtly for an extended Cincinnati and IndlanSpolls Mrs Rebecca West and daughter Miss Fannie have been In Danville for several days Mrs J II Williams of Ilarrodsburg has been a recent weekend guest of Lancaster friends Miss Margaret Dccrlrig of NIchol asvllle Is visiting Misses Joe Helen and Wadlo Leo Mcrltt J E Robinson having a case to como up In Federal court has been In Richmond for a few days Mrs Susan Sailers many friends will regret to hear shots Buttering with an attack of plurlsy Mr Leo Column Gulloy has been the guest of Mr John Walker the past week at his suburban homo Mr J H Parkland daughter Miss Jennie passed through hero Tuesday en route to San Angelo Texas Miss Edna Mason loaves Saturday for several weeks visit to tier sister Mrs Roy Haynes of Hlllsboro Ohio The many friends of Mr J C Rob Inson will be Bind to hear that ho Is able to bo out after a months Illness Mr Lester Ellis of Eminence one of the most popular drummers on the road was a visitor In Lancaster last weekMrs Emma Hush of Richmond Is expected this wcpk and will bo the guest of her daughter Mrs 0 P Hush Elder Robert M Campbell formerly of this placo tilled tho pulpit of tho Christian church at Hubble on afternoon Mesdames 0 D Powell and H 0 Hamilton mid little Miss Annie Powell were visitors of Mrs W T Short of Richmond week H M Hallou loft Monday for a so journ In Ashvlllc N 0 Mr Hallou hopes as well as his friends for a great Improvement In health Mr J U Conn Is In Cincinnati and Columbus on business and will visit relatives In Sprlnglleld 0 Anderson Indiana and Illinois before returning Mrs John Howling nee Miss Lizzie Walker formerly of this city Is re ported dangerously III at her homo In Lexington Mrs Howling has recent ly undergone u serious operation for the removal of gall stores The report comes that Dr W S Heuzley Is qulto 111 of pneumonia at his homo In Los Angeles Cal This news Is received with sincere luna Dr HQaileys old homo and it Is hoped ho will soon recover from his late Illness We with tho many friends of Cup lain Louis Landram now of the Rich mood Climax regret to hear that ho U sulTorlng with a former trouble of varicose veins and has been forced to submit to an operation but hope that nothing serious will result The following Invitation hiss been received You are Invited to bo present- at tho marriage of Jonnla Lackey KuvauaugU to Mr Thomas R Slavln on Wednesday ingoing February tenth nineteen hundred and nine oclock Old Paint LlokCliurpU County k 7- I I l lllGl1Wl AtII- f and I 1N Art In Mrs J n left was n A I Hell a I last many regret In wo Oar ar Oolnbs Thou Wt Tuesday Hoeing stayIan Sunday lit tell Ken tuoky- r General News Tho Carlton Tcxcs Stato Hank was ante red by burglar tho sate blown open and 110000 Mnlon The robbers cvrnptd leaving no clew lliisnvelt Iraq given np proVal to tIe head of Lincoln on the popular coins probably lire half dollar Tho Interstate Commerce Commls slon has ordered railroads In the South to refund 1105000 to Milppdrs It being held that an advanced rate on lumber was unreasonablo Assemblyman Drew Introduced tin ncwnnll alien land bill In lire Califor nia Legislature nnd extended to dispose of a motion by tho author to refer to a select committee of ono A Lexington dispatch sas Richard Gentry wollknown sportlng man suf fered n stroke of paralysis at the Good Samaritan hospital Ills left side It affected and lilsnpuch Impaired Hy voting an appropriation of 1760 000 tho House of Representatives made liberal provision for further ex periments by tho army with baloons and airships for use In warfare Tho postofllcc at Scottsvlllo was en tered by burglars tho safe blown open and several hundred dollars In money and stomps besides several registered letters and n mall pouch taken Thcro Is no claw io tho rubbers Gen Gomez was Inaugurated Presi dent of with Impressive core ninnies Provisional Coy Flagon after turning over the Goverment to the new administration sailed for tho United States on tho now Maine After four hours of debate the claims till was passed by the Senate It carrion an appropriation of about 3000000 The bill having been favorably acted upon by tho house will now go to conference with tho many amendments that have been placed upon It by tho Senate Time Chesapeake and Ohio railroad control of which recently pawed Into tho hands of a new syndicate headed by Edwin Hawley bud E II Hunting ton will be greatly Improved connections are to be made that will make tho road ono of the great trunk lines No changes In tho man agement aro contemplated Gov Wlllspn has remitted Ken tuckys portion of tho 11000 fine enter cd against Hcrea College for violation of tho Day law which Imposed a pen alty for coeducation of whites and ne groes In the same Institution The Governor says Hcrea has done great work In the State and was In good faith In making a test of the Day law In the courts In tho upper house of time Tennessee Legislature n bill Introduced to require sheriffs to secure from revenue otllclals a list of all persons to whom Federal liquor licenses have been Issued Another bill was providing for a commission to assess tho value of all property tho uso of which Is alleged will be damag ed by time Stato wldo prohibition bills Vigorous denials both by C P Taft and Nelson Cromwell of time charges made In the recent speech of Mr Ralnoy of Illinois on Panama Canal affairs were read In the House of Rep resentatives Time communication from Mr Taft was In the shape of a cablegram from Havana to Mr Raln ey while Mr Cromwells rejoinder was addressed to Mr Layering of Massachusetts Tim Stato Board of Capitol Commis sioners awarded tho contract for fur nishing tho Interior of the now Capl tol building to tho Wollacger Manu facturing Company of Milwaukee It Rogers Sons of Frankfort and March Stehlln McKnlght of Lex ington Frankfort and Tim contract Is ono of the largest ever let In tho State for Interior furnish logs and calls for an expenditure ap proximating 115000 Following Its constructions of tho Kentucky antitrust law In the Inter national Harvester case tho Court of Appeals tho Judgment of 82 700 Uno returned against tho Ameri can Tobaco Company In tho Henry County Circuit Court Tho lower court was directed to sustlan tho dc murred to the penal suit tiled against Tobacco Company on tho ground that that no allegation was made that time company entered Into any trust or combination to Increase the price of tobaccoFollowing time achievements of wire less telegraph In the recent collision between tho steamers Republic and Florida tho Navy Department open ed bids for locating n wireless tower at Washington for communication with ships ut sea to the distance of 3000 miles Time specifications require that tho tower or station shall bo cap able of transmitting messages nt all times and at all seasons to a radius of 3000 miles In any navlgablo direction from Washington The messages are nut to bo Interrupted by atmospheric disturbances or Interference by neigh boring stations In time Richmond city Democratic primary hold Saturday although ono of time fiercest snowstorms experienced for many years raged throughout tho entire day Interest was at fever heist and tho of candidates were and going ut all times Out of tho number of candidates those suc cessful are SamualH Rico for May or Judgo Jennings Qrconfeaf for City Judge Thomas Collins for City Magistrates J D tykes and Henry 1 Ricei fur Constable L Jkl Sorlvenort fur Council Tall Todd Jell Stone John E Sexton T T Coving ton Emil Lorlech Everett Barry and Mri Jennlng Qrcenleaf la a nephew of GH Qrcenleaf and Mrs ma of LUIS city Ji Irl dent tho plan to put OliO of time wh Important w reversed Attorney m r Cuba omnibus Federal Introduced big bunch largo Business nwvlclndRnwrto eat lhona181 hiring mo your prVdu 2f2t 2Ctf s Hudson Wo carry a oncralllno o Clover tlmoth sale j seed for I ikB Hudson Hudson Bring your br o and I Hudson Wo hlfthcar market for butter and S Elkln Son 122 4t rica and notion Loaf with with Ward and you will In time eyes of your Lord r For the bestJof and fresh and McuUcXT phone 67 Cox goods our private label uaranleo all these goods GljyrWmpsop Phone 181 11 Shop Freih ured meats at Hlbbard Dr A 8 dentis try at his lilimerffi Richmond street fior will sell chew l202t cords of wood J F Robinson Foi Sale Mccormick cutting bar row In condition at rockbottom price Apply at PHIS oOlce SFor Sato Locust posts for barns Mrs Sweeney I204t Y Ky Did you at Words restaurant II not fall In line vho eats there once comes back ognri 2 62t Motto Figure It oft orttKUK STIBNO MKTOOOO ODFOIf VCUB TOURS Gill Slmps For Rent At Lowell A nice cottage of 15 r necessary of best sulphur iufl In country to Ky For Ono showcase also eight foot In perfect condition LHrTll sell cheap Morrow and l293t Knowing this paper jm to the home of all our through It thank each one for their liberal time past and hope for a continuance of same 262t W II Ward Strayed A fox has been at iny place two months Owner catujrot same 12941 IryanUvllle Ky Notice Notice Is hereby given that the caster Opera Co by co writing of the owners of tn of the to close Its lusluCss affairs All persons haying and demands against time will present them at once L 0 Davidson S cy January 1100 11641 UUENA VISTA f On account of the severe cold Miss Ruble did not begin teaching this week but expects to open school hero next Monday Many are taking advantage of the cold and are housing tho Ico which Is not Jflrst class being very muddy and full of snow Rev Ross of Buruln was unable to reach hero Sunday on account of snow drifts but expects to till his regular appointment hero next Sunday Dudley Lane of Nlcnolasvllle visited his daughter Mrs Marshall Scott last week Mrs Frances Ueauchamp president of tho Stato W 0 T U will lecture hero one evening next week A lull house Is desired For the first time In almost a quar ter of a century the mall tailed to reach llurgln Our faithful carrier Mr Urlco Sechrest had completed halt of the Journey when ho encountered a snowdrift extending from fence to fence Ho learned afterward that scarcely a carrier reached IJurgln that day One being compelled to abandon hla wagon In tho snow Wo will at public at 10 oclock sharp on TUESDAY FEDRUXKY Oth 09 at time Q T near Point 3 1 four old good brood and Jrj 2 milk five 1 share In wancaater Creamery 1 out 3 net of farming chickens house and Oapt A M Bourne Auot I J f r n Prath I I out buildings fi o t and A Sal utehowcaso rte c sto we a d ry n Mr Public Sale auc WRllac lUlU arrard Kentuokyl- iell time ra 10 hand K combine work ma ell Nmtboth e t COWl eara old kltcheu D UH m5 YrWald SaturdayClover thnoth and aced for aalo 1 ucerlea llbb bather Fresh bun an cad ordey day aL Wards test nt 2 and l G tt- Calton seed mn a1 sa by Barks 24tf to agars mar pr Cotton sec m for 1o by Banks 25tf egg r Go to flags a get imp R race Y rY U and rrado Jewel G cries cured Fuitons Pride ned w char 2526 Ice w and esday of each Sale FuUy one 1 nd bin er t nd es his Bryn tie eve try b ding ave d 0 y Apply wale re Mcfo hours proving proPCt and Led or I use t in shares o stock l ereby dissolved and it w I pro ed forthwith is Co any p flows personate r Four t wares Yearling by ersey wag lei furniture w IW G I I PEOPLES BANK P i t Lick t Re d n L Wood Itttl C rob flee armpit Cao61t4 INCORIORASD Wo offer you fair treat mont with ovory accom modation that is consistont with consorvativo Banking CAPITAL 16ooooo 8VRPXtV8 900000 U COT BUAHMOLD- ROOrjVN JB BORROWS JB WOODS I U WOODS w o run blRaroR8t Our Customors are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Kubanks i Vice Pres R Burton 3 Vice J W EIMORE Cashier D A Thomas Asst Cashier R Elkin We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank t II I L L e Press 11ook Keeper I I Your Account IS DUE Please call and Settle ROBINSON THE BIG NOISE IN I Suitsann Coats Still keeping up They must go to make room for Now Spring Line 90 Our Muslin Underwear and Corset Salo now on Como early and got first choice Long Kid Gloves in Blacks and Tans 250 and 300 quality going 200 during our sales J B WALKER 60 RICHMOND KENTUCKY TIlE POX STUDIO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock Those who come In the noon will avoid the afternoon tush Photos finished up in every style at reasonable prices Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO I I Ii j I I C 1 iII I 2- I Ii M I II fit I U I I 11111 I tore t Iiri Ju i f M our I J1 t t t r I J I i J- I h aA M111NNeeMiN1NeeMMii ft re10eeNM1ee111eeMNe JJ W Morrow Orntlitnto OjitJdn- OUiiot Fitted B tl lMtlon Oiurute l Hughes Swinebroa REAL ESTATE Sell farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phono 221 Oltlc hours OMtt a a m to 12 t p m to I Stormti Drug DENTIST Phone 05 Lancaster M K Denny DENTIST Office over Mln Arnold Millinery H J TINSLEY County Surveyor fllONE Office corner Lexington St end Public Square Lancaster J E Robinson LAWYER ud COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone Ed C Gaines NOTHING LANCASTER KENTUCK DI Only White Barber In Town Agent for Danville Steam Laundry North tide of Public Farm and Stock COMING EVENTS Kentucky State Farmers Institute Ellzabethtown February 2420 Kentucky Sheep Breeders Assocl tlon Ellzabethtown February 20 Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club In ruaryKentucky Beef Cattle Association MayLancaster Fair July 2830 LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Id Cattle Yogi Receipt 1330 7001 li Shipment v a 2007 CATTLE Shlpperii 5 1WJJ6 asses 6 75 8 cextra Good to Choice 4 ffl5Common to fair 4 TIeif rieitra s 08 i Good to choice 4 js j C Common to fair a 7534 Cpwi extra 475 6 c Good to choice 4 5504 Common to fair a 00 4 S aooS t Buns balognai j 4094 I CALVES extra 88 Falrtofood 880 82 Common nd large sou 8 1IOOS good packers and butcher 6 l 6 C Nixed packers 8 16 30 Btf I J354 Common to cholc heavy fat sows 4 60 8 C Extra fat tow e I Light iblppet 8 8396 0 rigs 110 Ibi and leu 4M62B- HKEP extra S1052Good to choice 4 to 6 0 Common to lair 30CO4U- LAUBB extra 7 os 7 7 Oood tocbolce 7 jo 7 6 Common to fair t oo7 Q W B Leo 12000 for seven acre of tobacco T B Walker sold to Llsh Cheath am one pair of mules for 1300 Ambrose Calico sold to Moris Long lilt of 08 acres live miles fron Oft dollars per acre Wheat sold for a bushel on tho floor of the Chamber of Commerce In Chicago whl9h Is the highest price paid for thlscereal In the last three years At a meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln County Fair July 21 22 23 were the dates decided on Mr H JT Harris was reelected president and James F Cummins secretary I ntef lor Journal Tho mule may not be the thine of beauty but he Is almost worth his weight Ingold According to the of 1008 the mule Industry of tho United States Is worth 1110038000 BlueGrass Clipper Jacoba Irene the champion Long DUtanco dairy cow of the world 17333 pounds of milk In 1008 making 1122 pounds or butter She the champion butte cow of tho and IVpayi to handle that amike a col stand hitched In tilt U I Store I B rI Ky r J J J rt4J Kentucky- I and 194 1 INSURANCE4 J HOUSE 1 Feb j Feb Sheet I 3S Butcher I 63 i a 73- It II M 4 Ii 00 ot s farm townat 113 I I produced It 2 5 5 o o 5 o 5 5 I r ore WALTER 1 6 e s l i t BUT- t F ft r If I a Squarer L I 1 ti I steer So u 1 i CannerFI bulls e5 t Si I 1 t I reports world v f yq- a i il 6 stall for tho first time takft a abobL lltteen teat long and tlo olltla his body In A slip nooJia tile end of tho rope between toro legs pull It through tho ring the halter and tie It to tho Inantft Thus will break tho worst kind of halter puller Tho new year Is ushored Ir with cattle crop of 1000000 head short tho previous year This will umloul odlr cause a marked Increase In price of cattle and ought to have upward effect on the hog market prediction Is general that will be an Increase In tho of all kinds of stock In tho splng Danvlllo Advocate It there Is any bad weather to us It generally makes Its appear anco during February Tho Is the one prepared for that emergency and hens are nut only comfortable but laying eggs In largo quanltlcs best way to warm poultry Is by them something to do So plenty of litter on the Hour and ter grain In It Make It a rule leave Che laying hens to themselves during tho tore part of the day Is their busy time and they do not to bo disturbed then Scott Hudson has been In Lexington getting together a couple of car of general purpose h uses for tho At lanta market lie found hem by Ing many excursions Into small of Central Kentucky hut ho says are not plentiful and that prices advanced 20 per cent since ho was last tall Tho kind of horses b bought this trip cost him from 175 1300 Warsaw Independent There Is an Increased Interest better farming in the Bluegrass The Kentucky Agriculture College Lexington Is doing splendid work the young men of this State this year Is offering a course In gene il agriculture and dairy with tuition free to Kentucky boy This Is an age of progress along lines and as the farmer i tho future must be well up on scientific as well as on the practical side of farming It Is evident our Ken tucky friends Intend to keep to front in agriculture Equlty Farm Journal There Is a great awakening In poultry Industry among the scientist of the country Twenty o r States have established experiment stations and In addition Maryland At the State experiment station there are regular courses of Instruc Lion on poultry raising while sclcntl lie experiments are made to dater mine the comparative valuesof differ ent breeds and varieties the best of housing and breeding and valuu of the different foods poultry Industry has long been by the scientists and In spite c them according to HRUCS prepared b Secretary Wilson the value of the egg and poultry produced on the last year was 020000000 as much the cotton crop seed Included or hay or the wheat crop Indiana Far mer the question of reclaiming in lands the question been asked What are the legumlnou plants we should use on our farms Mr J G Blair In the Kentucky Far mer says Use red clover alfalfa peas crimson alslko and white all furnish nitrogen to the soil As I seems almost Impossible to ROD stand of clover I would advise cow peas at the last cultivation of corn as early In July as possible When the corn Is cat disk the group well cutting up the pea vines drill to wheat An Increase in yield will result The crop of peas will return to the soil the nitro drawn the corn and th vines disked Into tho ground will the humus needed for following crops After raking tho crop of peas vo surely get a good stand of clove by sowing early More About Alfalfa The value of alfalfa Is seen In facts as the following An acre In bay brings 25 to 135 according to yield fur feedln purposes Tbero Is always a good market for a felts hay which yields more double that of timothy Hogs cows and sheep are toad of al falfa grazing and pastures and the thrive greatly on It Land that will grow alfalfa luxurl Is worth double that of land grow only timothy hay Four times cutting a year of alfalf which Is usual on good land mean to 7 tons per acre Alfalfa Is not only great for llv feeding but as a legume gather nitrogen from the air and greatly the soil great Is alfalfa v Tile queen bee Is solo mother o race All life from the egg tha biological axiom Is exemplified the hive The queen mother rapidly from comb to comb place single egg In each selected cell lay ig the Inconceivable number of 300 4000 In hours represents In a single day tho e endlture of physical substance equa two and opehalf times the weigh t her body Consequently she floe oven teed herself bolas always by a devoted group o lalda of honor worker bees whose fllco It Is to bring lu profusion choicest predigested food to their rul r Not tho least of the wonderfu of the queen Is that of prede srinlnlng the sex of the offspring shall result from eggs precisely under the microscope but whlcl turn worke I J t1 rope bring his In a the ot the an The there price early coming wise poultryman who his are The keep scat to That like loads tak towns they hue here e to for State at for which husbandry agricultural the the the more the The deserted as the IOn has cow sowing the and the cow gen outby add can some such t a year than that will IS stock enriches the great In to twen tour This labor accompanied t the powers which alike In o In a Y t UU1II p I Ito Moose has already giv- Ing methods T farm cloven gets I sally flay pass- Ing a not may evou4ua t s s 8 t e r 1 y a f 6 x 1 e t or queen M their mother m elect1 Kentucky Farmer That A record crop oMIurloy will bo raised In Kentucky year and tho product of many States Increased to an appreciable tent Is the opinion of the local leaf trade and this opinion Is n stantlatcd In a large measure by orders for seed not only trout the llu lor district of Kentucky but many other sections of tho country Tho Loulsvlllo Tobacco Warohbus Company alono Is distributing eighteen to twenty pounds of seed day As to what this means may t Imagined when It Is stated that ounce of seed will produco ctioug plants to set two or three acres In Anticipating a shortage seed as a result of tho Hurley crop o last year being curtailed to less one fourth of normal tho Louisville Tobacco Warehouse arranged homers In certain sections of State to grow seed The cost of seed was something between 12 13 a pound One stalk of tobacco grow enough seed to plant or acres but In a great part of tho Bur toy districts farmers did not plan even one stalk The Secret of Long Lift A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life Ills method deals with the blood But long millions of Americans had proved Elc trlc Hitters prolongs life and makes worth living It purifies enriches vitalizes tho blood rebuilds nerve cells imparts life and tone the entire system Its a godsend weak sick and debilitated pcopln kidney trouble had blighted my for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me but Electric Bitters cured mo entirely Only COc at R E McRoberts 1m MMIMMMMMOMIMMM- MtOIFARMERS COLUMN Space below this heading li for the exela sire use of our farmer and U the of stock grain and such things farm ai the farmer cannot afford to adrer No notice will be accepted over four lines and will two issues of RICOBD of charge Good two year old horse mule sale W R Cook Wanted A high grade Jersey bull R L Elkin 1 have a One lot of White Leghorn pullets and Cockerels for sale C B Nevleus Crab Orchard 1 have thorough bred cows for sale one of which will fresh In about ten days II K Horn don Have 400 bales of timothy hay sell iess than the market puce Tel epbone 0 B Ledford or write Z T Rice Richmond Ky I have 34 good ewes bred to a One buck that are ready to lamb Will sell cheap Phone 220Y Wesley Walker TIBERIUS right Ill gamble hoc suttee here Dont blame me Dilly remon strated Tib Maybo theyre not bad as the posters describe FInzc soars they were absent Anyway they havnt hurt us yet Just then Chuck himself strode through tho gang Then In quaint English he asked what wo wanted and why we it Tib artlessly said we were looking for gold and at that tho big misnomer snapped his teeth and gave an order to his squat followers In a second we were flat on our manly backs with our pockets turned inside out When they struck our trcasuretrovo I thought they would succumb to un wholesome anger whllo Chuck dancing up and down bellowed for us to tell where we had found color Tib refused until we had come to some agreement as to oujr safety whis pering to me that If wo could only dally with Father Tlmo for two or three days tho relief expedition would probably find us After we are dead reminded Tib softly youll never know This struck tho as be Inc closely related to exact truth and ho rclHctantly put up Ills toy and some of his babies to toto us Into a hut As wo wero shouldered along Tib stopped short and cried Hark leer that Hilly Its a child crying and a whlto child or I aovpr managed a circus Mr Chuck growled something naughty and slapped tho old chaps taco whereat Tib displayed seven dlt ferent angry colors and wo woro hustled away from tho the plalntlvo walling Tho mis ilonarys kid I reminded In a wide perThat night our ruddy host visited again and tried to wrench tho lecrot of the lost lodo from our un willing bosoms It you dont toll I mi to whip you each day with these te said thrusting forward two cast iron palms each as largo as a seals Upper Then ho made a tow savago near our respective heads as Intimation that when tho blows they wouldnt bo mistaken for thistle down And wo both observed he was no novice with his dukes What class Is ho In Hilly In lulrtid Fib drowsily as I tossed on skins unablo to close an oyo Think ho must bo In the tonton Thinks hes A fighter out of date antique rolling guard I could and the old follow was sound tsleep In the morning Chuck trounced In and point blInk demanded me to tell where wo bad found the Hakes I had sooner refused than I got A jolt for causing constellations had a nldwloter1 sky backed from the hear ms That agitated Tib who sprang oward only ta bo nj88ur 4 beside drono tobacco this other the front a an In titan with the the and will ell h ten ago It and wasted to to life for on by the free for tour Jersey be will very SMITH from 10 ordered neIghborhood- of us panes an tell that my class no that o1 1 J tobacco front tobacco OOtIOeMeISIS SS W subscriber sale Its only in yearling wanted balf breed Iei mo by a nest left hook 1 was 10 angry I shed ft tow vain 4M There la something so extremely humiliat ing In saucy fist No cutting ho grinned turning to go But lots of times I do this with these and ho admired his huge pads proudly After ho had loft us Tib collected his head together and tried to think How was that blow glv ent ho suddenly asked Why I groaned nursing my jaw ho simply uncoiled Ills arm and thumped mo- No no said Tib pettishly I mean In tho picture we showing solar were a mails pluxue Chief Chuck McBurr Was Still Cllnj Ing to the Ropes Flnzer where tho man with a like a bean knocked out n tall angula shrimpI listlessly and was when ho began going with somo physicalculture stunts Its so different ho observed Ing nimbly and sparring at tho center pole Ah would Kethump When I was young It was a simple rushing clinching pastime with tho ear and eyebrow hold barred what was that hook tho man with freckled legs operated so neatly 1 folio number six Im dead sick of this flghtin business I as my jaw gav a jump Alnt got enought Never my child ho cried soft but firmly Watch me And hang too sir but If he dldn walk to the exit and begaln calling McDurr a variety of undignified name in tho trappers patois Tho heathens speedily gathered around awed by his hardihood and squaws began chanting his requiem Ot courso the harangue soon brought Chief Chuck on tho canter and h was about to lave his hands In Tib blood when the old sport called o him to tarry In his Immediate steps and listen Tibs proposal ws simply this Ho would fight tho Sea river champion Marquis of Queens bury rules governing and stake hi gold mlno secret against the little kid Chuck gazed at his round face bruised jaw In open amazement an then a look of admiration crept his little black eyes And It seeme to me as If he were pitying Tib In hi savage fashion It shall be sot h cried In his deep voice that hi grandslros blood could not rob of It rumbling chesty Intonation This Is to bo on tho square I li slated Tib Chuck reminded him ho would retain the secret If cheated Then h grew serious and faced his followers and sworo by their Shaman that th mill was not to be a doublecrosi I could he was crazy for a g and realized he had probably had little chance to practice Tib touched his jaw and shook hi head and said he would enter tho on the morrow While tho chief disappointed he immediately sent 1 some stew for us to eat and some to rub Tlbs bruises You see h didnt want the fracas to be too casj Ho wanted to cherish and foster hi opponent so as to have It Interesting Meanwhile we went to work Tib a giltedged memory and easily all the blows so faithfully re produced and diagnosed by our before Flnzer and his men tried to make him let mo tako place for he was old enough to bo m father but he reminded mo of my cent trouble I had to admit one punch In the chest would lay mo to get dusty Then I stood on a of furs and played I was the champion so that he could got to tho chiefs height while he boppei about like a rubber ball and did some tearful contortions Whllo I dldn believe ho eould over lick Chuck hoped he would scare him to death b his maneuvers He wont mako m weight ho declared but If Ive friends tell em to place their mono on mo for Ill annex that baby That night I rubbed him In oil he went to sleep early Chuck the gang quiet outside our dormitory and wo were not disturbed until late next morning When wo stepped Into tho sunlight the scenery Impress ed me as being out of joint For It the midst of the Seal rivers grant old stage settings was a roped arena that looked much like parcel of bowery And about It was a sea ol flat faces all eying with admiration the husky build of ChIef Chuck And ho despite tho keen air had been prompted by some New Bedford cor pusclo to strip to tho waist Quito It the approved pug style Near our corner stood an old hag holding bluooycd whitehaired splendid boy wrapped In furs Lord His hall and eyes showed me at he tho missionarys kid Ill him to accept my muttered Tub throwing oil hli coat rolling up his shirt sleeves and yanking his bolt up another notch with a real professional air Why dont ho go and get a reputation b tore meeting the Green Mountain Cannon Dalit And I stopped Into tho corner and called tho names of the fighters and crowd grunted In anticipation ol much pleasure Tlmel I yelled my throat getting a bit choky as I picked uy the bead ftt Tilts bajjmer head annoyed through duck only And the OU Mr two foot and Into still see but ring was all had recalled machine I his 2 conditionlung you knowand rood away bale used I any and kept out a the a once we teach challenge the mUll MtJ tI t yowl r ailed t y nut brow sit 1 r o e y t e e a e l e d d 5 e a s o q a a n t Y Y Y a A tar from 10 e nt pitch will count PULL Value A Uf from ft piece will count HALF Value TOBACCO with valuable tags Save your taps from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST MMNTWOnUMM MM t PnM Hero 8nM SfMr HMMty N rear ThlW Cduponc from MANS PRIDE AND OWENS 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And say sir If you could hue seen thoso two midgets mlnco each other on their tiptoes rib walking with a catty hunching step hed copied from the moving isle turns you would have felt a thrill ol Joy Uy good rights he ought to cut a foot off each arm observed my man as ho ruefully eyed the others enorm cue reach nicely demonstrated when he advanced his Immense paw and coyly concealed Tlbs dimpled palm from view Then second they sprang apart and tho big fellow feinted for the heart and snapped a dirty left at Tibs brow Tib dodged but tho brawny knuckles barked his right eye In passing and the crowd Jeered and rocked back and forth In delight Well sir tho smack of that blow cut mo to tho heart I simply couldnt bear to see the dear old boy cuffed Kick him Fib I groaned my eyes watering anger Ashamed of you he mumbled avoiding a rush and ducking to the ropes Tile seems on the square and I wont lose tho babo by fouling And ho nearly lost his block by pails fag to kiss his bleeding digits to tho kid The blow was a left hook and jarred him badly sir but after ho had caught the kids eye and made him chuckle and crow and tryto Jump from the old hags arms ho seemed to gather new cunning and for tho rest of tho round managed to escape serious damage Rush In I begged as he sat tho corner and I rubbed some oil on his knobby forehead Infighting num ber flvo pictures remember I wile pered He winked his uninjured eye slyly tossed another klsg to the kid and I called for round two Champion Chuck had been walking back and forth before his admirers showing tow hardy ho was by delivering stampingmill blows on his chest The minute Tib stepped to moot him the CONTINUED Little Known In Insect World Although there are over a million specimens of Insects In tho I3rltl h museum scientists say the largest part of the Insect world has not yet been discovered or named A Weighty Question I took In two dollars just now said the first promoter Good enough declared the second promoter Shall we Issue 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