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THE CENTRAL RECORDMltK JIKMUION UNTAItmiMI DKMOCIUCy ttlNKTKHNTH Ktlt LANCASTER ICY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 HVMBKM 43 ANlJ GOOD JOVBIlNlIEN1 lliOJ J I w w HORSE SHOEING Wo huvo employed n good porno shoor null nro prepared to give you good shooing PLOW SHARPENING Wo lion grind your ol l plow point nml it will glvo you ns much service ns n You will bo surprised Cutting Harrows Sharpened We hnvc n machine to sharpen cutting harrows This reduces the draft on team and improves the amount of work for you are losing time and money by using n dull tool Repairing Of FIrm Tools Dont throw away your Plows Cutting Harrows Hinders Mowers Rakes Ktc until you have us look then over We can save you money by repairing them i We Are The Farmers Friend If you have a break down or any trouble with your implements you can save time and money by consulting us ns there arc so many things that we can repair and you dont have to wait to order front factory c3Jtt41tOOJa nac3Jat1J t1Ja m u I I j t t I 1 I CONN BROTHERS rJII v nCw oHo i your t I Local Items Dont fall V rCTo Utibo Mm Frances llcnuclmmp will lecture j hero some time Hill nuintli The date will bo announced later Wo are Kind to learn tint Mr lniti Todd who hall been conllncd for weeks is doing wnll since the opera Lion performed Tho homo of Mr and Mrs II Simpson was tirade happier mornliiK when Kllzaboth LOKIII nil nouuccd her arrival President It U JroHhlleld of Jrnn i nylvanla UnlvciMlV of Lexington preach at ChrlHtlun church next Sun day murnlnit at the usual hour Tho Lancaster Steam Laundry employed an expert laundry man from LexltiKtoD who has had many years ex perleiicc and they Kuuranlco satisiac lion They will appreciate your pal ronaRC I Bank Cloned Friday February 12th Ccnlcn nlnl Anniversary of the birth of Lincoln nil of the banks In city will bo closed They will also b closed on Monday February 22J which U tbo anniversary of Washing tons birthday Hard Luck Tho editor of I his paper had hard luck last week when without any up parent cause Ida bin rill hUll that ho was depending on for about half his next years living died but If delin quent subscribers will treat us well p Rslbly we can buy another Russ Mo Enterprise Dont this touch I your sympathy If so remit In Now York J I Walker of Richmond proprl ctor of the largest Ladles Heady to Wear Store In Kentucky wjjh Miss Hattlo Doty of Lancaster as an ad visor along the lines of purchasing Is In New York buying goods tend his advertisement as It appears each week In the Record Kllsha Qooch the son of Lllbnrno Gooch of Goshen neighborhood died Saturday Feb Oth In his fathers home lie had suffered from a IllntSH covering many month Ho was twenty three years of ago and ono of the noblest Christian charac ters In his community having been a of age Ills funeral took place at the Goshen church Sunday afternoon conducted by Elders J U Livings ton and F M Tinder Ho was a neph ew of Wm pouch of this county Friday EI nlllhL Feb 1 t Court louse sumo was Tuesday will has On this I III ease Gooch or church slllco ten see exact Abraham protracted member I Ito years being See our New Line of pV- I j Springw Oxfords OVERCOATS and SUITS i AT COST s H T LOGAN 1 I I J T I 7 t L II aleS t i I c II itJIll t1 f t J i It g 4 r I i I I t lWWWU i S M S L Y AI 4 i i r eC ft It w i a i k vwr Vlll MwriWT broad nod NY please the lust Item III Olios latter lit issue Viltiablo Infurmutlun for Tho Hllvor Iea given nt the Pro bytcrlan church was pronounced grand HIICCCM 1ho free will wits wits beyond expectation tlio weather so Smith Tlio sad news of the death of Calllo Smith which occurred nt hurt Worth Texas was by Adani wtdncidar icceased was the widow of John Smll who lived near Point Lick for mar Years Site n Mslcr of Mrs Sill blare of or Mr Adams of tills city School Exorcise Every Monday nuking exercises of the graded schools of speeches anti poetic declarations made by half dozen or more of the each teacher taking It In turn furnish the program by represent lives from her grades Tho patrons and public generally are given a cur dial Invitation to b present at exorcises Shearer Move the community at deeply regret the departure of M E M Shearer to Montlcollo native home after living In our for about three years made many friends here by fair deal lug and mural upright and affable conduct They believe In und prac lice a high grade of citizenship such nice arc needed In every country Mrs Louisa Ilollzclaw who was painfully burned at her homo I Ircacliersvllle died last Friday Buttering were intense until death her The Interment followed Saturday In the Lancaster cemetery She Is survived by many relatives friends besides her Immediate fatnll which Is as follows Four daughters Mesdames Pebbles Sebastian und Lawrence and four sons William John Robert and Mason Holtzclaw Lincoln Primary At the primary election held In Lit coin county Saturday a largo voto polled and everything passed quietly Ibo successful ones arc as follows W S Uurch for County Attorney J D Swupe fir Circuit Clerk V L Mc Carty fur sheriff JohU 0 Poppies fur assessor Dink farmer fur Qco P Bright Judge J P Ualley forCountyJRdgcQ UCoop er for County Clerk Garland Singleton for School Superintendent II Shanks for Representative James Mc Kechlne for magistrate and I M Bruce for constable were nominated the committee some weeks ago liav ng no opposition The closest race between M S Haughman and W Li McCarty for sheriff latter winning only 20 votes Reduced Rates The coliseum at selected for the place to hold the Anti League State Convention February 10 17 und 18th Railroad will and onehalf faro cerUIIcato plan A great conven Jon Is expected and many speakers ircat notoriety will bo there are Guy II I Olcenn of North Carolina Asst Attorney General rlckett or Kansas City Kansas 0 Taylor D I of Petersburg a Rev Brooks of Alabama Judge 0 ORear of Frankfort lion 0 B Woods Mayor of Richmond Dr it II Crosslleld Prcs Transylvania University and many others as good W 0 T U will furnlsli meals Coliseum at SScente This being the first convention o kind hold In Kentucky a cordial Invitation Is extended to all that nay bo a grand success City Connell The City Counill mot In a called ses lon Monday night with all the coun oilmen present and Mayor Logan The object of this meeting was from tho citizens of the town n regard to soiling time Telephone franchise and overy seat In the was tilled After tho reading of the old between the city and the liastln olephono Company which Is tho said ompanyH permit to operate a tele huiio business In this city In which said company agrees to furnish telephones to all persons in tho city In Garrard county the maximum being ono dollar per month for rdlnary phones Mayor Logan asked any expression trout any citizen favored or opposed the granting f this now franchise In respouco to call from tho crowd County Attor J K Robinson Cupt Wm hunt lull W I Williams und J W argued their objections It plainly shown that a majority of lioso present objected to grants this now franchise and were sat itlert to Lot good enough atone Cuuiicllmeu Hanks Hudson qnd H Hamilton asked that a voto bo on tho question but on account of amendments It could nut be put n vote Monday night but was post oiiod to next regular mooting Had the new been granted would have raised tub rates of bus lew phones ono dollar and residence hones titty cents per mouth West A Arnold rend this you n offering MIL pr Mrs Tuesday received Mr lack The was IJr1nlltsvllie und Jack the opening consist pupils to these Wo and large D t their They and so her relieved and lIne was Jailer W by by Loulsvihletias been Saloon on rates ha ono all the of among He- W Ed The the it to hear courtroom the and price fur who u hey Sweeney was h O some to fran hlsu I U11Swhte after disagreeable community for ruroner was them tit the presiding contract don tug token Shearer Sale A largo crowd attended time sale Tuesday although the was a disagreeable one sold well ai shown In tho Items milk sows from 170 to II stickling calves 120 Verses from ICO 1148 and mules train 116060 to Capt Am bourne was on tho block Mr Roosevelt has been offered tl 000 a week to head a wild west says a dispatch Teddy Is a show himself and It would be useless expense to carry buffalos broncho busters and tho If his services could bcfiecurcd Sta ford speaks for an exhibition In ovont tho president onlxcs his graph to a contract Interior Journ Whit It L White a highly reputable hen ago 78 years died near Rubble Lincoln county last week The mamma wore burled In Buffalo lie Is survived by his wife who was daughter of time late Grcenbery Bright and a sister of Mrs 0 A Swlnebroai of this city Ho was a member of Cumberland Presbyterian church exceedingly worthy citizen and had host of friends Sine Frenzied Finance The most vital article that bodys Magazine lias published Frenzied Finance days Is of the Street by Frederick t In tho February number strikes a blow and a telling one margin gambling In Wall street echoes the cry of many who tried their luck dad been lured destruction The article Is straight tho shoulder and authorattve Gould Information has been received if tho death of Mt Homer F Gould t his home Indianapolis Ind was born In Indiana 28 1835 and was of Scotch his ancestors the Burnsldef coming to this country in 1740 and thing In South Carolina Mr Gould served four years as cadet at Annapolis Md served through the civil war as a pri to General A E Burnside uncle At the close of the war ho married to Mary E Haselden of To this union were born children of whom there are now Inv Mrs A II Lelt of Michigan Indiana Everett Gould of and Thomas 0 Gould of New York Mrs Gould died In 1881 In 1888 Mr Gould was again married Addle F Fulmer who now survives him Kavanaugh Slavln One of the prettiest weddings of was that of Miss Jennie Kava atigh aud Mr Thomas R Slavln which was solemnized at the Old Presbyterian church on morning at 10 oclock rite church was beautifully Tho pulpit was banked with smilax and studded with Easter As Miss Grace Klnnalrd time beautiful strains of Lohengrlns wedding march the bride came down left Isle on the arm of her honor Mrs Geo D Robinson The groom was In tho opposite his brother Dr Slavln as best Messrs Alex Doty Horace Walker and Will Denny acted ai ushers Tho brldo carried a shower boquet of brldo roses and was beautl attired In a handsome tailored of blue broadcloth and a becom ig fur toque which enhanced the of her complexion and the f her dark eyes and hair Mrs was very handsome In a black and hat and carried white carna Immediately after the marrl tho happy pair lift for the home f tho grooms sister Mrs NannU Jones at Danville where an bridal luncheon was served Tin wishes of their many friends IIH CKSTUAL RECOUD follow them their journey through life Cant Bo Dr Eliot of Harvard In a recent declares that good health bo tho first consideration who are now In our schools with shattered health can bring comfort and joy to tho home which bo brought by one with glowing vigorous active physical powers This isertlot needs no proof All truth Yet wo dare force our cbll on to run the risk of Impairing their oy crowding them Into a schoo whore there are twice as many as healthful conditions Tho best authorities say that there bo at least 250 cubic feot of for each child In the room pupils will require 10000 cubic I n our school wo have more than pupils some rooms which have than 0000 cubic feet Then each pupil requires about 000 cubIt feet of fresh air per hour we furnish this fresh air without not only are bodies Injured but are dulled We must have our small rooms a complete of air every four minutes Our ily means of ventilation is by all placed on one tide of the Consequently the pupils roust rtuthe robrcathe then breath again air which In the course of the day my have becomo laden heavily with jadly disease germs No wonder that the scientists ol Europe and America who day Everything following to 1200 show whole a cowboys like the auto clt re a the an a Every since the The Poison Dickson It at and time have onto from hero The deceased October set a naval and vate his was this city Six Inc City to the season Paint Lick Wednesday terns and lilies started the matron- or tale with man and Ed suit beauty suit LIons age best and In Sanitary address should for those No one the might admit Its health room pupils will allow should space Forty feet In less It which minds with change room time both Shearer cemetery parentage Indianapolis decorated fully fairness Rob- Inson elaborate 40 windows sro OOiJJImi tJII SADDL SAND JlADN SS Vulcan Plows Plow Points We arc the people for your Plow Gear and Wagon Harness See the Haselden Back Band HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail Hardware Behind a Good Team AND E JJA I E S II Oyfl Jl I= striving to conquer Tuberculosis looking closely Into the sanitary con ditions of our public buildings and es peclally our school buildings Many practitioners say that frightful disease can be well nigh by careful precautions every where and especially In buildings fre quented by the public Our children spend six hours a day through eight to twelve years In school room Some may escape Infec tlon But are we willing to expose them through all these years Very sincerely D W Bridges Principal Lancaster Graded School Bradley Special The Bradley special will leave Louis vlllti at 000 a m March 2d person who desires to make the trip should Immediately write to M II Thatcher Chairman Committee arrangements 600 Kentucky Title Building Louisville Ky glvlngname address size of hat desired and whole he will meet the Bradley Special also giving similar Information as to friends from his section who desire make the trip Descriptive booklet and full Information will be mailed all who may apply therefor It necessary that we be advised at U earliest possible date as to names and location ot persona who Intend tc make time trip and hats desired BC that no may arrange therefor Those win first Indicate their purpose to gc with us will receive a preference In the matter of accpmoda lions Those who may not desire or expect to sleep on the cars In Wash Ington will effect their own arrange manta lodging there II Thatcher Chairman Tht CemfortibU Nome A comfortable home U like A well managed campaign on the battlefield No ono does what he wants but what are thIs prevented the Every on to to Is tor W he ought should be hitched a good CARRIAGEYou tention to the horses without a single worry about the vehicle you sit in Our carriages are just that kind If you buy one and your horses are as good as the carriage youll certainly have a dandy turnout W J ROMANS I r Drink Only Native Win In Persia there are no distilleries breweries or saloons and native wine Is the only Intoxicating beverage used Lincoln The Inspired By Col Henry Wtttenon Where shall we find an example so Impressive as Abraham Lincoln whose career might be chanted by a Greek chorus as at once the prelude and the epilogue of the most Imperial theme of modern times Born as lowly as the Son of God In a hovel reared In penury squalor with no gleam of light or fair sur rounding without graces actual or acquired without name or fame or oftlclal training It was reserved for this strange being late In life to be snatched obscurity raised to su promo command at a supreme mo wont and Intrusted with the destiny a nation The great leaders of hit party the most experienced and accomplished public mon of the day were made to stand aside were sent to the rear whilst this fantastic figure was led by unseen hands to the and given the joins of power It U Immaterial whether we were him or against him wholly Immaterial That u the world never witnessed before he tilled tho vast space allotted him In the eyes and o mankind Is to say that ho was Inspired ot God for nowhere else could we have acquired the wls dom and the virtue Where did Shakespeare get his ge nius Where did Moijrt get lila Whoso hand smote the lyre ot the Scottish plowman and stayed tho life of the Qerman prleat Uod God and God and as surely as those wore raised by God Inspired by God wee Abraham Lincoln and a thousand years hence po drama no tr DO eplq poem be tilled with or bu followed b mankind story 6 AM lift wAdHtli from of for sic will r wonder J with fueling a trout mug alone sdi l deeper than that whlot tents ti o- i iV J Lincolns OneHundredth AnniversaryD- ATES THE BEGINNING OF OUR SUCCESS We have moved into our newly equipped spacious room and cordially invite you to see the largest line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE 1 and Ever Displayed in Garrard County 3 f 1 1r j uggle r 7 ZrnP1ernzkat BECKER BALLARD COMPANYDEALERS IN GRAIN HAY CULTIVAtED HEMP SEED and WIRE FENCE 8c CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WKKKLY 1100 A YKAR F 3 HUGHES EdrPubr filtered in JTyai attowtCUut UM Hatter Kjr Preaa Association and Eighth Dtttrlet Publishers LMQUB Lancaster Ky February 12 1909 For Political For Precinct and City Offices 1 600 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 per line 10 For all publications In the Inter Cest of Individuals or expression- of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 Poll Member Announcements For Cards at tAe Office lie uter Rate Democratic For State Senator B L Hubble For Representative W B Burton For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen nle Higgins For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor B Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J H Dunn For District No 1 J P Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13tl Judicial am a candIdate Democratic nomination Circuit of I pre fer a primary electionM 0 SAUFLEY We are authorized to announce lion Chas A Hardin of Harrodsburi as a candidate for rennmlnatlon for the office of Commonwealth Attorney for tbe 13ih Judicial District to the action of the Democratic party The whole nation patrician and plebeian rich and poor the Blue and the Grey by common consent do homage to the character and achievements of Abraham Lincoln this day Raised In obscurity apd be ing possessed of a order of Intel lect having convictions In line with the prevailing sentiment of a major i of tho natlop In reference to the l lnjton of slavery ho was chosen ec ute tbe will of the people So jjprptesitQ believe but ho way a creat uriB and conditions men are The will the pow and the Inclination to act was In the sovereign people and he only ex ecuted their will In a masterly The war proved two things in the truth of which the North and tbe South now agree One Is that the Union Is sacred and the States are Inseparable the other that slavery Is repugnant to a high state of Christian civilization and enlightenment In which all concur except where reason in still and controlled by prejudice The of government aid In building and maintaining better roads Is lining generally discussed and favor ed Nbtblng barring good govern meat and contributes t9 the and happiness of a Country than roads The Hoplo should heat for purpose for while It ap Q be a heavy burden It would Investment the In of returning the Ticket for thlsdlstrlct names Inspired UOd asome or I manner 1 more U1 Sallie p t HM df lalbMldo crest I Attorneys Magistrate high e not by another good schools belog good favor appropriations thus pars 11 jq l Ing a means by which the people could travel with some ease and pleasure and transport crops with less cost trouble and annoyance The proposed legislation in Callfor nla In reference to Japanese attend ing school with natives and ownlni real estate Is another strong point In favor of the sovereignty of the States or their right to control their own affairs California receives Imml grants direct and If they are object lonable that State has the burden to bear and the Federal Government being free from such burdens should not interfere The truth Is we have people enough and Immigration laws should be greatly restricted It Is a sad state of affairs when a woman offers her child for sale to raise enough money to have an oper ation performed This occurred In Cleveland Ohio when Mrs Kate Gar ner offered to sell her eighteen months old son for 8175 This Is a good op portunity to see how charitable these people are and venture to say that such could not occur In our midst This month will be remembered on account of tour Important dates Heretofore ground day valentine day and the anniversary of Washing tons birthday were the days that held the boards but now the Centennial ol Lincolns birth comes in for Its shay of public attention and the papers are over doing the thing as usual Keepa Them Healthy Chas Stevenson Cllntonvllle Ky says I cured my bogs with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and have since used It as a preventive and they have not been troubled with disease or sick ness Sold by J R Mount Co Ky Conundrums and Anawera When Is a newspaper like a delicate child When it appears weekly IH the Fourth of July like an oyster Because we concot enjoy It without crackers What tree Is of the greatest Impor tance In history The date Why is Sunday the strongest day In the week Because It Is the only one not a week day What is always behind time The back of the clock On what day of the year do women talk the least The shortest day Why Is music cheaper on Sunday than during the week Because dur ing the week you get It by the piece and on Sunday you get It by the choir Why Is a washerwoman like Because she brings in thee close clotnes of the week What Is that which occurs twice In a moment apd pet once lu a thousand years m Why watchdog larger by night than by day Because at night he out and by day bo Is taken In Uee Hive Saying Of Lincoln This cannot live on Injustice Teach Hope to despair to none If I can leartTGods will I will do Let us have faltalbst right makes mightImportant principles and must be Inflexible know the truth and the country Is safe I trust I shall be willing to do my duty though costs my life You must remember that some things legally right are not morally rightThe man and the dollar but In case of conflict the man before the dollar With public sentiment nothing can tall without t nothing can succeed When I hear a man preach I like to him act If he bees Intemperance Is one of the greatest f not the greatest of all evils among mankind Ko man la good enough to another man Without that The LOrd prefers people is He made so many 1 thew I dangwr ever It must Bring up amongst us It cannot cone I their local bOil ISa Islet It It sea as I I I Lancaster Why Saturday Tho jotter may were others consent common loeking What reaches use from abroad- I have been driven many times my knees by the overwhelming con viction that I had nowhere else to go One poor man colored though he be with God on his side Is against us than the hosts of the re bellon The probability that we may tell li tbe struggle ought not to deter u from the support of a cause that deem to be just When any church will inscribe Its alter as its sole qualification membership the Saviors condensed statement of both law and Gospel that church will I Join with all m heart and soul Washington Gave Up to three doctors was kept In bed flee weeks Blood poison from a spld ers bite caused large deep sores cover his leg The doctors tolled then Bucklens Arnica Salve completel cured me writes John Washington of For eczema bolls burns and plies Its supreme 25c R RcRoberts 1m MARK8BUUF The local 0 E held an open session at the Grove church Sunday afternoon Nelson Marsee has moved to Walden farm on Danville pike Quite a Is expected to at tend the business meeting at church tomorrow Saturday to lend encouraging band to the pastor Mrs Mary McUrath had a valuable mare to die last week on the farm her brother MY Boh Rout A few days ago Mrs Noah Marsee ac cldently let a window sash tall on band causing much pain The Joints were considerably swollen and she not yet been able to use it The little visitor In the home of Shouse has been christened John Henry The Ladles Working Society meet Thursday with Mrs Eugenia Kemper Rev Henry Shouse went to Freedom church to till his appoint ment at that place Miss Georgia Dunn went to Paint Lick Sunday to spend several days with relatives She was accompanied by Mr James Lytle Dunn who home Monday There has been very little active farm work In community for the past 8 or 10 days on account of the bad weather but quite a good deal ground hoe been ploughed and largest tobacco crop that has ever been raised In this section Is being anticipated The Ladles Working Society has entered the paper business as was stated In a previous letter place They fully realize that col letting several thousand pounds of per will be no easy Job Therefore the society earnestly desires a hearty co operation from each member of the church here by working up the section of the country where they live In or der to make a success of It Old books with binding magazines and letter paper Is preferable but anything In the way of paper will be thankfully re ceived by any who wishes to contrib ute to this work PAINT LICK Mr James B Conn of Lancaster was a yltl tor here last Monday Mr William Brogle of Nicholas vllle Is tbe new salesman foi A B Estrldge Miss Millie Oriborn of Boattyvllle Is the guest of her brother M F Os born of this place Claude Spillman returned from Hot Springs Ark Monday where he has been for the past month- A B Champ of Negley Ohio ls vliltlPg his parents Mr and Mm James Champ week Mr and Mrs Woods Walker Misses Nary Jane Mattlq and Walker left Monday tat Farruh Florida tfhere they will attend a House bunting party fora month given In their MrA of New York to we over for Once for to Bosquevllle Tex at E the number the an of her has satisfactorily Mr will Saturday returned U of this tell and honor 0 stronger the from par Whig by IleuyIer THE Lancaster SteanrLaundry has Expert Laundry Force With Many Years of Eiperience Give them a trial They Guarantee Satisfaction a eyed TEATER8TILLE J R Pierce sold a mule to Mr Tom Robinson of Lancaster for 1110 Mr Brutus Wearren lost his stock barn by Ore Tuesday night contain ing corn hay and a valuable horse which perished In the flames Mrs Sam Cotton and Miss Emma Walker spent Tuesday of last week with her sister Mrs Kerby Tester at Lord Mr Thorborn Wade and sister Miss Eliza of Jessamine spent the latter part of last week with their aunt Mrs E B Ray Mrs Julia Walker spent several days with her daughter Mrs Patti Teater who continues quite III Miss Verna Pierce bas returned home after spending the week with her uncle Mr Doolln or Marksbury Miss Emma Walker visited Mr and Mrs Alex Walker of Lancaster last weekMr John Hill and wife spent the day Sunday with the latters sister Mrs Dave Long of Nina Mr Walter Grow and Mr Joe Fierce attended court at Stanford Monday Mr and Mrs Walker Bradsbaw of McCreary spent Sunday with Mr TbompsIIIIl and family Mr Frenils Walker wife and little daughter Mary Edith spent Sunday night with Mrs John Walker WATER RATES ORDINANCE Be It ordained the Council the water works ordinance be amend as follows sThat the water rates shall lows Dwellings one family orurfiydrant without ad ditional hydrant 3 00 Sprinkling extra per v Bath dwellings MOO each additional Wash each additional basin 100 I One In 200 each Bath tubs public ones 1000 each additional One public water closet approved kind 8 00 each additional 4 00 land basin 4 00 each additional 200 Basin culinary use In public house 1800 Restaurant and eating houses 1200 Photograph galleries 1000 Meat IVOO Drug Stores 8 00 Dental ofllcca 000 Printing office 700 stable each head of stockLIYery arid public stables each stall 2 00 year Ornamental fountains and sprays 200 per month yearBuilding Be per 10 nnr mirri JMetro rate mlnlmiun rate 160 allons or IMS 40qBCr 1000 Where uv 1000 gallons additional J WO gallons and traction thereof All water rents are due In advance If rents are not paid In ten from the expiration of a penalty per added paid In 16 days from end of the then tho water a to be cut by Superintendent and on penalties and 200 additional A fee It on are All ordinances In conflict with the are This ordinance shall take effect rom Its and publication Approved Feo II T LOGAN Mayor attest W B Mason Clerk of the City of Lancaster that be tot 700 each prlvllell 00 tubs or bas Q com ode approved kind each 12 I 1200 per month r avers use 1000 dall us ceedll 25o for 1 160 or each and t o quarter the not rents above Kr s rinkiin J00 400 additional F tins days Good Suggestion A Japanese saying Woman Is an unmanageable creature flatter her aho U elated thrash her wccpoth kill her spirit haunts you We would suggest that heel remedy la to love her Exchange Ii I cordially invite everybody to come in when wo will bo ready to show you values for js and I am suroyou will j go away happy by knowing you have ono Limo got your moneys worth WiRJHendren Lancaster Ky WANTED Poultry and Hens 9 to Ducks 9cts Turkeys 11 to 13ots Geese 6 to 6ota EGOS Dr M B liteV- eterinorv Surgeon Graduate of tho Langshiro V 8 College Epgland 1809 Phono No 205 Lancaster Kentucky she her the Eggs 9 Ii runs Saturday Fohruary 13 so big 5 a d lOcts j cta B1Nortllcott1 HEADACHE comes from worrying cold feet nUll indigestion By using our COAL Regularly you quickly eliminate the first two causes tho latter will yield readily after a few meals Cooked with our Jellico Coal u u I I Lancaster Kentucky Begin now to Feed INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD Wo keep it in all sizes from 2Cc packages to 25 pound buckets IWcRobertsDrug Store OOC OOOOOOC OO J F roll i r i I II I c I f o j i 1- i I oooooooO1 1- dt g 444 THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY Pmldtit J B STORMBS Vlc Prtit S C PENNY Cutler J F Robinson Asst Cushr DIIIKOTOIIS Saml D Cochran Alex It Denny A 0 Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J WI Williams R T Embry L Gill Hook keepor KENTUCKY i BRYANTSVILLE Safety Depodl Boies for Bent h Solicit Your BusinessWe Big Ruction Sale OF Clothing Ladies Cloaks Shoes which we will sell every Saturday afternoon until the goods are disposed of Sale begins at 130 and closes promptly at V30 We must close these goods out in or der to make room for our Handsome Spring blue R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky r l r U b c- J f1 l 1 r M M Juot received CAR of I I 1 OLIVER PLOWS I Plow Made i STUDEBAKER WAGON fS Lightest riming nnd most tumble Wngon mndci J Double and Single Disc Hnrrows Vulcan Plows 850 All kind of OLIVER REPAIRS J E Mount Co r 1 I f lmtmUm Bf tIt1F Frin I L1iiJtU J f II r t Jlilnw A Pr M laIv7 L3cs e IA u klC fj j- u UNDERTAKER Arterial ud Clnlty Embalm- ingI oa Olnlll etraei I FULL LINE OF CASKETS ANU IIURIAL ROPES ALWAYS IN STOCK y you get from us So free from dirt stones and slate So free burning so quick to get going Order n ton or 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 coil Car of Obelisk Flour just received Clover Timothy and Oat Seed BANKS HUDSON Iso- j v V a IMA n J J WALKKU President ayfAlSln JOHNSON Vice J S rest ORGANIZED I88j The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANOASTllK KY CAPITAL M SUHHLOS B P HUDSON Cashier OD WALKKU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson II F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Jlbhs Lewis L Walker f W O RtoNllv Hl1Ihr C A r LI- II Irnufd tlsorarau mn CURE ITTJL Certainly Great Goal fW 1 IT 1i8D e4pMNMNA s I V Even ourGrcindfctDhens SNOW UNIMENT A CONVINCING PROOF of the worth of n modlolno Is tho ouroa Ik can olToor Every has used natlard V knew wha U a Sne1r LIuiment knows that KIIHUA1ATISM CUTS 81KAINS STIFP JOINTS HURNS MiURAUllA CUNTKACTBO AND ALL PAINS I USHD sNOW J1NIMBNT 10 YnAR3 Rottlo lllohmoiul Mo wrltofii in to certify that I have your Huow tor tot lams In every ease It rotulorow rullof and Avoid nil Substitutes Threo Sizes 2Sc SOc 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMRNT CO 000502 North Second ST LOUIS HQ Sold and Recommended by R E McROBERTS back llul lUll 1 t v t I I hie taro su 1 uto tit oat s k About Going LyThoit Wt Art Intmiftd In JCMO Arnold was In Lexington Moth tiny on business Duke aooclloe ofSprliiKlleld visitor In our city Tho Embroidery Club mot last week with Mrs L 0 Davldflon Sam Joseph has been In town n few days with Mr and Mm J Joseph Frazier Hurt Otllo Jones nnd Joo Haseldeit were In Richmond Sunday Mr and Lcsllo Hcrndon are vlslUnu hh father Captain Herndon Miss Dovu U Harris of Danville Is visiting Mr and Mrs S II Ander son MrsMattlo Terrell of Richmond Is vUltlnK her sister Mrs Suslo Leav oil Dr Ilublnson of Georgetown was a visitor in our midst Saturday and Sun day Miss Fannie Wilson of Ulchmcntl guest of her sister Mrs W U Gott Mrs W A Arnold and Miss Hella Arnold visited Dauvlllo friends last weekLadles Ali Society will meet Sat urday afternoon with Mrs Jonnie WestMrs Louts Goforth of Uilinore Is visltltiB her father Mr Robert iiakcr Miss Mary Muss Is at homo again ateru pleasant visit to friends in the Falls City Mrs W E Mossand little daughter arc at home from a visit to friends In LouisvilleShirley Elkin loft Tuesday morning for Virginia where ho has accepted a position Miss Susie Leaven Is at home from several weeks visit to relatives In Richmond Rev U 0 Brown preached at Junction City both Sunday morning and evening Miss Pearl Collier of Crab Orchard a guest at the homo of Dr and Mrs A S 1rlcc The Mary Walker Price Chapter of tho U D C met with Mrs J A Duty Monday afternoon Mrs George Miller Lusk Is at htino after a visit to her sister Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville Master Commissioner J M Roth well has returned pomp after attctid log courtat Ml Vernon C Uirnard of Washington Is hero for a fortnights stay with her mother Mrs III Mrs Link Morgan of London has been visiting her coHsln Mrs Mose Miller and other relatives Miss Peebles has returnee to her homo In Ashland after a visit to Misses Martha and lichen Gill Wo regret to hear that Mis Ksce Hush now of St Louis Is In a critical condition and Is not expected to live Little ROle Hughes of Baldwin Oa camp homo with Miss Llulo Brown and will bo for several weeks Tho young men of the Baptist church hero recently organized a lit crary society It meets every rues day evening Mr and Mrs M D Hughes spout their fortieth wedding anniversary Tuesday with Mr and Mrs R U Hughes of Louisville Mrs lion Slavln and daughter Mrs Ntinnlo Jones also Mr and Mrs Guy Hundley of Danville attended the Kavaniiunli Slavln wedding a handsome picture of Mrs E L a recent Garrard county bride appeared In Saturdays Courier Journal Mrs Woods was formerly Miss Puntha Royston of Paint Lick Quarterly meeting was held at the Methodist church Sunday the presid ing Elder being present but tho un favorable weather caused tho absenco of quite a number of Its members Former Editor Louis Landrain has had another compliment bestowed up on him It Is tho gift of a gold headed umbrella presented by tho ladles of the Presbyterian Mite Society The Womans Club mot Wednesday afternoon at the Picsbytcrlan church Tho leaders woro Mrs J A A mon and Miss SaUte KJkln line subject for discussion was Ancient and Mod ern Rome Art and Artists Mrs W A Price has returned with hordaughter Mrs from Ft Pierce Fla Miss Dunn has been III of foyer for several weeks and her many friends are glad to know that she has sufficiently recovered to make the trip homo Miss Della Tinders friends will regret toloarn that she mot with quite a painful accident one afternoon lust week While descending a light of steps she sprained two of her ankles BO badly that sho tills since boon un able to walk non Joe 13 Robinson County At tornny for Gaarord WHS here Monday and Oilman office n pleasant cull Mr Robinson U ft leading Porn ocrat of this scQtloii and should the Congressional buujng In lila bonnet will have a fallowing that will be w tq UontiUlchmon4 Clliuar I I I J Mrs is the here Is Mrs D 0 her gucst many paid tho People was a is P Woods Ethel Dunn beo begin General News W J Bryan er nt tho laying of tho cornerstone of Urn Y building nt Tampa Fin Eight thousand people Saturday witnessed tho launching time big battleship Delaware a t Nowport News Va Gov Wlllson Issued n proclamation to tho people of Kentucky calling on them to display tho American flag and assembly In tholr respective corn munities to honor tho memory of Abraham Lincoln on February 12 the one hundredth anniversary of his birth hank clearings testify to a steady volume of payments through somewhat under tho high average of tho early months of 1000 when trade was very active Total clearings last week at all lending cities In the States are 2010021051 or 382 per cent larger than a year ago Seven Itllctmcnts were returned by time Federal grand Jury at Muskogee OKla In the alleged town lot fraud Investigation the charges being con spiracy to defraud tho Government The names of those Indicted arc Gov Charles N Haskell O H Severs A English 0 Walter R English James W Hill and Walter R EatonGovernor Pattersons veto was knocked out again The bill prohl biting the manufacture of Intoxicat ing liquors In the state of Tennessee come up In tho House for following the Governors veto The veto message read after which discussion of the matter was begun Tine bill flnnally was passed by a veto of CO to 37 Tho law goes enact January 1 1010 A storm of wind and rain which at limes gained the velocity of n tornado swept through portions of Arkansas mid Mississippi causing the death of seven persons and fatal Injury to as well as demolishing n now be of smaller buildings and causing other property damage While wlro communication Is badly demoralized and the reports rather meager It Is not believed that the fatalities will exceed the number After being burled for 33 days In a huge mound earthquake ruins a man was taken out alive according to a message Messina While a of searchers were Working on pile of debris they heard faint cries cooling from the dcbths of time ruins Toward night the cries ceased but a strong force worked on the wreckage all through the night shouting to the Imprisoned tim Tho rescuers reached tho man In time to save him When becomes President ho will ride In an automobile furnish ed by the Government That ques tion was settled Saturday by the adoption by the Senate of the report of the conferees on the urgent delis iency bill which carries an Item of 12000 for the purchase care and maintenance of automobiles for the use of time President Time appro prlallon of 500000 to enable tho Sec rotary of Agriculture to continue his campaign against the toot and mouth disease was reduced to 160000 and adoptedA was Introduced In the Houro by Representative Volstead of which provides a pension of 12000 annually for every President after ho leaves the White House No duties will be required of time chot executive but If he should again be elected to the high est office In the gift of the people his pension would cease during his term of olllce The bill docs not provide however that tho pension will cease It tho exPresident should accept the office of United States Senator or any other Federal olllce A meotlngof time board of directors of time Louisville Commercial Club was held Saturday for the purpose of hav a conference with President Frost of time Bores College Mr Frost after a brief Introduction by President Kels ker explained the plan Uerca had In view fur the establishment of an school for colored people lie said that It was necessary to raise 450000 to secure tho lurid and time buildings necessary and to provide for tho endowment Of this amount 340 000 has been pledged on the condition that Kentucky would raise as much as 50000 of tho amount needed to com the 150000 Ho pointed out to time directors tho advantages an Institution to Louisville and read letters commending time proposition from Gay Willson Senator McCreary Supt Crabb and others Tho Olub mat tor of lit care for the commercial prog teas of Louisville that tho city raise as us IftOOOO for thus enterprise and pledge thelrearncst efforts to this end Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Texas plot existed between a desperate lung trouble und tho grave to cause hU death I contracted a stubborn ho writes developed A cough that stuck to me In spite of all remedies for years My weight ran dawn to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings Now Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pQiicds Fur severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asth ma and to prevent Pneumonia Its unrv lcd uml 100 Trial hot tie free Guaranteed Uy n Me Roberta Ira wu till M U the banks United 1 W Turner consideration was another party this Mr Tart log pieta Commercial os a that u cold that boo 1 princlpalspdaka A Into from encouragement vie Minnesota retired Industrial such much l Business items llrlng mo Arj2 5 2t WH Wflld- Frcnh fish Buturl day 1 B Elf Clover timothy and for iwlo Hudson 2Ctf r- Wo carry a Upd groceries 262t tajt Vo want thcon rtlouldors and I jolts Curry sale 2Ctf nks Hudson Cotton seed ii by Banks Hudson r 2Ctf to pagan and get highest prlaer 26tf Cotton Hudson Go to i rlcs and nc al for sale by flanks 26tf i and get cheap groce Loaf Tard Trade with Word and yor Morrow For time and fresh and cured Mean otophone 67 12041 cured meats at nibbard- i S 2621 Wo waV and eggs High est market price paid In cash or Curry 21231 Dr A8 PHcewHT at his Monday and Tuesday n Richmond street Found on the Lancaster a ClassPin Owtierorfi have same by calling at this pin and paying 40 cents Mr this notice For S l McCormick cutting bar row In coidlLtrJn at price Apply otllce Locust posts Mrs II 1201 t Uuantsvllle Ky Is your watch orflock broken Take I It to at Morrow Me Roberts Did try at Wards restaurant jlf not fall In line eats there once 2621 OurM Figure it TIIKBK STIBNO NETOOOO ODFOWrunCUS TOMEHS GUI Simpson One vJalnutVelboo showcase also eight foot mal showcase In perfect condition Will sell cheap M s Knowing this to the home of all our rs we through each one for their liberal the past and hope for a continuance of same 2521 W II Ward For Or Rent i t ment new and two acres of land on CmbOrenard street Call Joo S National flank or Henry Kuhlman atLowell 2 124t Strayed- A fox has been my place two months I same by proving 1204 Bryantsvllle Ky Notice Notice Is hereby given that the tan caster Opera House Co consent In writing of of tiro majority of the shares of solved and It will to close up business affairs All persons and demands against the Company will present them at once L Q Davidson Secy January 1100 11641 GILES i Born to the wife of Luther Ganart a boyRichard Burton Is very sick at this writingMrs Harvey Teater who has been very sick Is reported some bettor Mrs Rob Long visited her parents Mr and Mrs 0 Ray last Monday Moss Humphrey sold a horse to his brother W M Humphrey for 1100 Tobacco raising and horse trading are the leading topics among the men of Giles Miss Blanche StatU visited friends In Madison county last Saturday night and Sunday M Isscs Kittle and Emma Watts have returned homo after a visit to relatives at Winchester Miss Bottle Blakeman of Madison county was the guest of Miss Ida Tea ter lust Saturday night Mrs Wylle Burtog Is at the bedside of her daughter Mrs timlllo Reynolds who M very low with consumption Miss Minnie Tester entertained a number other young friends last night and all report a nice time Any professional checker player will George Tester at home most any An Invaluable Remedy Stephenson Gllntonvlll Ky says I cured my chickens of Cholera with Bourbon Poultry Uure can not speak too highly of It as an InvaN uable remedy for towels Sold by J R Mount Aj Co lAQOMUr Ky M ltJc- RI ho nd Owns get pro rt cost mes W b the wuers stoc coed I debts find 1 Chas and lice a ery I lid un 2 fr seed ike go nil f everydayD sun 36 Clover tknothy ant at seed for cal sale hiring ro co m I ee a ns tt beforewith be a jewel in the apes of your Lo 252 Now stock t t glass china dry and sliv are Just received by k tober I best of taro Ios c 1111on Cox ew lcher Shop Frosh R Pratt utter dentistry h m of a oh street n o 1 finder d Ius 1t For Sale an es tor barns Ii Sweeney far w as 3o years experience Sa faction guara eed t you es r b mug ave Ever who comes hack am a lit for tutu wand rte 3t paper oes usto ad ery patron n Sale Six room w good base o build Ilaseld at Ledger Saturday 3I I L W I PEOPLES Paint Lick S Wood ireeL C FIb She Prest W0 Kemper Cetier INCOItVORATED Wo offer you fair treat ment with every that is consistent with conservative Banking accommodation CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 II COT R I ARNOLD ROOCYN J8BUROWI JB WOODS KL WOODS 1- DtllJlOon1 w c plan Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance THE Garrard Bank Trust Co Lancaster Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton a Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DA Thomas Asst Cashier R Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank illlilY HAiELiiN INSURANCE Farm Property a Specialty Pay Cash Without Discount 57 Years an Agency 17 Leading CompaniesOf- fice National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 Your Account IS DUE Please call and Settle J Ci ROBINSON J B Walker is now in the East Buying Goods and will show tho HftNDSOMEST LINE of READYTO WEAR ever shown in Central Kentucky J B WALKER RICHMOND KENTUCKY THE POX STTTDXO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock Those who come in the tore noon will av td the afternoon Photos flniahod up in overy atylo at teaionable prices Loavo orders for framing The FOX STUDIO II IE INCORPORATED I L I I 1 Ii R 1 I I 11I rush j I J r NM i1 4 1r 4 j I CARDS I k- ii yss- ee NNNe NesNeeee t4 4spsussssi1Neaetse H J IK Morrow Grntlunto Optlclnn- aluiiei Fitted luirnnleed Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell harms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phono 221 Office Houri Office over 8 tn to 12 1 p m to 4 Slormoi Drnt Store Phone 05 DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny Satisfaction I B F WALTER j 4 e a t a DENTIST Office over II In Millinery H J County Surveyor PHONE H9J Office corner Lexington St nd Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E ail COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone lea Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTUR KENTUCKY m HOUSEOnly White Barber In Town Agent for Danville Steam Laundry North side of Public Square Farm and Stock CUMIN EVENTS Kentucky State Farmers Institute Ellzabethtown February 2420 Kentucky Sheep Breeders Associa tion Ellzabethtown February 20 Kentucky Dairy Club In Feb ruary Kentucky Beef Cattle Association MayLancaster Fair July 2830 Duroc Jersey sale Louisville Ky February 18th Conducted by Amos W Harris Son LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Feb 10 flogs Sheep BeCilpU 728 4802 180 Bblpmintl 60 1278 CATTLE Shipper S60 2S Butcher iteen extra 6 Good n choice 5 009 6 M Common to Mr 3M48S- Helferi extra 6408BO Good to Cbolc 75S352 7X9 4 CO Cowl extra 4 850 BOO a 2504 IS 2 008 00 Btockiri and fetderi 2 76 4 M Bullibalognu 340 460 4 SO SCO CALVES extra 8600875 Fair to rood u fl6082J and Urge 4 60800I- IOOB t cood packeri andbutchen 6 80 6 BS Ulxtdpaeker StafiV 648O080 4 008BS Common to cholc heavy tat 4 75 8 25 110 Ibe and lea IU9 40 B Burton sold to L B Mann ott Atlanta Qof n C gated gelding tot tW B Burton bought mules and hors 9at Stanford court Monday pay Injf llQS for each Mr Burton also shipped a car load of mules to Atlan ta Saturday that cost him tlO each The Immense sale of horses to be conducted by the Kentucky Sales Co at Lexington Ky February in to 20 will afford an opportunity to buy sad dle bred horses of the highest class The catalogue contains discretions and pedigrees of some 600 ICO of these are saddle bred horses Stal lions mares geldings broqd mares and young colU and nllles There are about 20 stallions headed by Mr Jones magnificent young bon King horses Lord Golden a hone that promises to develop Into a champion Dalsyfleld 2035 the loader In the mare division If you In the market fur a saddle horse of kind tend for a catalogue The hones will bo sold Thursday DIM February 18 aqd 10 Write Kentucky Sale Co for Inforraa pooled tobacco bought by the Indo I TIN LEY RobinsonLA- WYER INSURANCE Cattle II 00 Common to flr to choice 4 4 Common toflr h Canaan Light hipper 6 IIIOII2 Good to choice 4 6O1I 00 to extra 7 007 710767 6 Lawrence I a are Tk of rte I t a e e a t Cattle a i 20 Good 2S 75 Fatbrie Common cows Pig 4 75556- SiIEEPtextr Common fdr 200q425- LANfSi 7- 50004tochotce lair O 7 0- 0r 84a t f flourI- d 1 j 1 a saddle Aaf gualbat fall 1eieM w 1 1ln r awe t pondcnt manufncturors from tho flue Icy Tobacco In tho blgrfleal at Winchester last fall Is now being Fityctto Is one of the first counties In the district to got IU ap portionment ready and In order to do It Secretary J D Clark has been working practically night and day for tho last two weeks This first consign wont the Inspection and acceptance of which have just been completed comprise 654 hogshead or about 000 000 pounds Twentyfour different Indepcnt firms among them several Lexington manufacturers will share In this distribution The offlcal for the Independents after finishing here will at once take up the work In other counties sampling and accepting the tobacco as rapidly as possible so that It can bd delivered to tho purchasers and the growers get their money The American farm annually 4000000000 bushels of grain The crOp thlsycar when tuo last bush el Is totaled up will be found to amount to about four and a half bil lion bushels In other words If you were to load the grain crop of the United States on railroad trains It would take 30000 twentyfive car trains to haul it It would take all of the frlcght engines In the United States and half passenger engines to movetheso trains counting but ono engine to the train and would require more box cars than there are in operation In the whole countryTo at It another way reckoning the population of tho United States at 80000000 the crop of grain the tanner offers tho country this year amounts to nearly fi3 bushels for dvery man woman child Its value Is enormous The crop last year was below the average yet even at that It was worth 12278000000 or nearly 128 per capita Dog and Sheep Law There seems a crying demand for a better law for the protection of sheep from dogs and it Is suggested that an amendment of the existing law to to that of Pennsylvania might be a great Improvement The chief feature of that law Is In Its 10th and llth sections as follows Section 10 says It shall be lawful for any person or persons to shoot or kill any dog or dogs found or known to be chasing or worry Icgsheep or so to do within this common wealth without liability on the part of such person or persons to pay any damages therefor Section 11 makes the owner of any such dog liable for all damages so done by It It Is a fact that the value of the sheep killed by dogs In Indiana are worth ten times more than all the dogs of the State The public tax for the damages dont pay a quarter of the loss Some Farm Law In speaking students Judge Laffery said that law suits often were caused by urinal matters which could have been easily prevented If the per sons concerned had only had a slight knowledge of law He pointed out that law suits often arose over bound ary line and corner stones This Is useless if we only understood the law No survey can make a change In a boundary line If there has been a defi nite and recognized line for fifteen years And ancient monuments or corner stones will hold It matters not what the surveycalls for Agree ments between the landlord and ten ant should be In writing and must al ways he so if the contract holds for a longer time than a year There should always be two copied of the contract one for each party The tenant Is re quired to comply with the terms of the contract and In case the tenant falls to cultivate his crop In a husband like manner the farmer may hire la borers to cultivate the crop properly and pay the cost out of the proceeds of the crop Among the other things mentioned by the lecture was the sub Ject cof lawful fences which he said must be built of solid material four and onehalf feet high either rails planks or wire or by a ditch 3 by 3 feet with a hedge on one side may be used No man can use barbed wire for a partition fence unless his neigh bor whose field Is next When stock a partition fence the man whose crop suffers may secure damage It tho part of the fence the stock broke over belonged to the owner of the stock otherwise not Water c mrscs must take their natur al way and no man can place obstruc tions In a stream though his own land should any way damage some other person Lexington Lead LEFT ON HER DOORSTEPFOR MOTHER- Mrs X O Tuson of I picked up from door step one day a little book la which I Boon became very much interested My little girl of flvo years of ago had been troubled for a long time with loss of appetite extreme nervousness and undue fatigue She was all run down and la a very delicate condition This little book was very compre hensively written and told of tho new method of extracting the medicinal ele ments of the cods liver from the oil o lard for children to take Just the said I formyllttla dauchter and Immediately went a bottle of Vlnol It helped her won dertully Sho has gained rapidly In flub and itrenttb and ibo do i sot easilyI the 1004 It has dono her and I hope other mothers who have weak dollcate or children will my experience and Jut Ire Vltfol a trial McKofcorta Drug Store 4 delivered and accustomed break over Itbo upon It In er my elltplnaling the obnoxious oil tor tetul for ben Atedby 0 cioty inspector produces of conform to the tohls consents Livermore Oal write which U thing ailing a 4r JIUCKKiK Mr feather tiny has returned to his homo after u few weeks Rtayln Mrs Hansford Land spent a few days last week with friends at this placeMr and Mrs John Humphrey Mr and Mrs Raymond Hay last weekMiss Lula Heat of Mordant Is tho attractive guest of tier sister Mrs J O Bogle Mr and Mrs Buford West visited his mother Mrs Davlo West of lost week Mr Hiram Ray sold two mules to Ike Naylor for 1300 also a pair to Tom Rogers for 1228 Mr and Mrs Forest Curtlsand tam ily have been visiting her parents Mr and MM Hiram stay Mr Raymond Ray sold to Cecil Broaddus acre of land and to HUh Whitaker i sere at good prices Mr and Mrs L L Sanders have re turned to their home at Crab Orchard after a weeks stay with relatives here BOURNE J W Huffman Is reported to be quite sick Two of Mr John Dyebouscs children are reported quite III of pneumonia Miss Bertha Hamm is the guest of Miss Amanda Joseph at Marksbury J S Carpenter lost a good cow by tailing and breaking her neck last weekMiss Rattle Duncan entertained a number of friends at a social Friday eveningMr Speaks and family of Marksbury moved Thursday to Mrs Belle Scotts farm Rev Langdnn of Jackson spent days last week with his daughter Mrs Bowling Speed Raines has been spending sev eral days with his uncle Mr Noah Marsee near Marksbury Mrs D B Carpenter and son were with her parents Mr and Mrs M K Peel of Wllmorc last week Miss MArie Durham of Lebanon re turned home Monday after a pleasant visit with relatives hero and at Marks buryJ D Pope received a bunch of shoats of Thos Turner for Also some fat hogs of J 0 Turner at 14 75 per hundred Arthur Stewart sold his farm to his father for 1250 S L Baird visited his brother Jesse who Is school at Berea Miss Myrtle Cormney was the guest of Miss Dora Douglass Saturday night Arec Wllllford who is attending school at Berea spent a few days at homeJ McQuerry has tract of land from his nephew Newel Mc Querry for 1180 Miss Lizzie Samms of Hazel Patch who bas been visiting her sister Mrs Dave Durham returned home Thurs dayThomas Stlgall has bought J B Corums farm We did not learn the price The place was the home of Mr Stigalls great grand mother Mr and Mrs Alfred Owens delight fully entertained a few young folks Saturday evening Delicious were served and all report an enjoyable time Luther McQuerry has bought about 50 acres off the extreme South part II Walkers farm for 150 per acre The cottage which stands across the road opposite Goodhope church Is on this tract but no other Improvements Lord Mrs Maggie Naylor Is on the sick listMrs Lem Teater is very sick at this writingMrs Teater Is reported better at this writing Mr Len Cobb bought of Mr Louis Simpson a bunch of hogs at 41c Mrs Eliza Hay spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Dan Ray of McCreary- Mr John D Baker bought of Mr Oronley Broaddus a bunch of hogs at 60 per pound Mrs Evy Murphy and little spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs John Hicks of Loyd Mrs Sallie Ramsey returned home after three weeks stay with Mrs Sim Ray and Mrs Jesse Simpson Mrs Tom Lamay Is visiting her daughter Mrs Earl Grow and Mrs Mattie Ray also spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Grow Mr Marshal Foster and Mrs Jane Kanetzer of Chlckasha Oklahoma who have been with J M Foster and other relatives near Loyd for several weeks returned to the West Monday Obituary Again the hands of has swept over and borne away a Ray was the He a father mother sisters and brothers to mourn his has such a gloom overspread our community and many of life Dont dear lAther and mother for dear me has gone this world of toll a id in Heaven we Will meet hun Thank Uod we will never t ajKfln A us has gone to I a vacant chair In our home that never can be tilled by that loved Indiana Mad- Ison W S 120 attending boughta at- E ot too ngel tl earth treasu who d the Uth laid treat cemetery e II e ell to tears over this young who WS the pa from Wonders world to welcome us home ono visited One several FLAT WOOD refreshments daughter Jan lass weeping cut down In from I r MT HEHKON Mrs Eliza J Mlddtelon is with the sick Mrs Alex Dean Is suffering from an attack of grippe Miss May Scott Is visiting relatives at llurgln and Wllmoro Mr A S Dean sold to Mr Williams of stickman a Jersey cow nud calf for 170 Mr Samual Duncan sold to Mr Tel ford Preston a good work horse for 170 Mr II R Montgomery bought of C W Johnston some corn at 13 10 per barrelMessrs Ernest Montgomery and U U Vanderpool made a business trip to Lexington last week Mr Isaac Duncan entertained a few friends at his home at Bourne last week In honor of his sister Miss Hat DuncanMrs Duncan and Master Murl Burdctt spent Saturday night and Sunday with her mother Mrs M A Sanders IMiANTHVILLK Miss Ella Welsh of Nlcholasvllle has been visiting tho family of Mr Harvey Dean Walker Burnsldc of Richmond made a flying trip to this place the first of tho week Mrs Eliza Ballard Is visiting her sister Mrs W T Woolfolk In Lex Ington Charlie Boner who has been located In California with his mother Mrs Josephine Boner Miss Mattie Dean of Jessamine Is the attractive visitor of relatives and friends In this communit- yIt Is with much regret that we lose the excellent family of Mr E D Law sun lie anticipates locating in Mis souri The public School taught by Miss Eliza lion closed last Friday Miss Ison will open a select school the first of March Miss Maymo Ballard who Is visiting friends In Georgia and Florida writes glowing account of the hospitality of the Southern people Tobacco Pledge The directors of the Burley Tobacco Society met laSt week In Winchester and adopted the following pledge for the pooling of the 1009 crop The ar tlces are Iron clad and will prevent the possibility of breach of contract without financial loss to parties so doing TIIU ILKDOE AS ADOPTED This contract made this day wit ncsseth That In consideration of the bene fits to be derived herefrom by the par ties hereto and that this contract IS made by the undersigned and accepted by the hereinafter named Control and Tobacco Society as a mu tual contract with other contracts of like import taken and to be taken and growers of tobacco which are of mutu al to all the undersigned grow ers tobacco owning acres of Hurley Tobacco 11 crop grown on the farm In possession of undersigned In cuunt ad Joining hereby con stltute and appoint the County Board of Control and Burley Tobacco Society corporations under the laws of as agents for receiving comming ling warehousing Insuring grading and selling all of on such terms as said Burley Tobacco Society may prescribe pursuant to Its Charter for such purposes hereby transfer and assign to vest In said agents the title and right of possession to said tobacco pur suant to and agree to deliver the same on demand at such point said as said Society may designate provided said shall not be sold below the fixed by said Society on like grades of tobaccoThe undersigned by reason of this contract becomes Is entitled to all the privileges as a member of said with terms and conditions of this contract we to such Board of Control as liquidated dam ages twenty per cent of of said The Board of Directors of the But ley Tobacco Society are authorized to dissolve the as to this years It in their opinion a sufficient quantity of tobacco has not been pro vided such dissolution Is declared on or before Nov 1st 1000 POSTEDThe undersigned nereby give warn bog to all persons not to trespass upon for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W U Anderson J W Sweeney J D Nave Dave Dudderor Mrs E E Daniels 0 S Hallow David Tompson Mrs 0111 W T Worrel John A Sanders aL Burton R 0 Dolan W R Cook Richard Uergernor B L Kelloy D B Anderson KILLTHi COUGH MB CURE THI LUNGS Dr Kings Nsw Discov II entered and with many other lands ot the sala tobacco In manner and general Upon our failure to tully comply ourlands W S P D W J Ollllaple U 0 Arnold WITH handling I fOR c8 Bl IesP ICI- R K fy McRoberts Drug Store Alt OUAAIITOD I KOWY auUJfDED AND TNADATANA LUND TfIDU1lE IEIoff TIBERIUS SMITH champs long steel arm shot out trip hammers but dear dear tho way rib bobbed under and around It and sank a pudgy flit Into Chucks cruel taco And followed It up with a twoton blow over tho heart simply swept em oft their feet Tho old hftRR began to yowl and the men throw up their hands to the totem poles bcioechtnxly and naked of their gals why this was thus and Chuck went to the ropes Oh no ho wasnt tinged with ven om when he got up and camo gliding towards Itutlandi Pride with long catlike itepil You see he taw hli laurels would wither It ho suffered many more jolts like that oven it bo ultimately won out by sheer strength JIll same was to finish Tib easily and gracefully and when I yelled Hurrah for the Green Mountain Toaiol and Tib mAde a little deprecatory bow and like- a Ir An Ensemble of the Most Vlllalnoui Apologies for Biped smiled on tbe gurgling crowing gate receipts he adopted a crouching style and got Tib over the left eye and below the bolt before I could lound tho gong The last drive hurt my man like sin and I was mat clean through at luch rank play Uy tights he had lost the Joust by fouling Waltzing over to him I told him to eliminate that kind of dlrtr work or Id give the de cision to his opponent but he grinned sardonically and spitting out a tooth made a playful lunge at my chin Look out old ChAp I warned scuttling back to my panting non parch lies 10 mad hell do all kinds of crooked work to down you Guess It was an accident gasped Tib rubbing the pit of his stomach What was that hook the Spider I told him and the third round opened with my patron receiving a present on the sldo of his Jaw that quickly puffed up to the silo of a South African diamond but In the rash that followed he worked tho hook and the funny part of It wai be thought it was on tho level He had ducked under Chucks crouching guard and had sent a raking right from Jaw to ear and then In some outlandish way I never understood ho gave tho Seal river beltholder tho point of his sturdy elbow just under the ear Rosily sir It would have been more humane to have struck Chuck with a Ho rolled and writhed In agony In his corner trying to corral his wind and Tib throwing out his panting chest his opportunity to finish the brute and Instead walked In his cocky gait to the ropes and reached out a trembling band and patted the kldi white haIr That moment of tenderness was near his undoing For the youngster grabbed his crimsoned fingers with all his tiny strength and wouldnt let go And Tib despite the fact Chuck was now up and doing with a heart to make him look like a minced ham would not yank rudely away Ai a result they clinched and Tlb got a stinger on the side that nearly laid him low I called tlmo repeatedly but the chief was thoroughly Inflamed now because of tho elbow hook and would not break so long as he thought bo was winning Then tho kid took fright his foolish baby mind Instinc tlvely telling him the two men werent acting polite and ho sent up a shrill howl you could hear even above the guttural clamor of tho onlooker When Tib heard this quivering pIpe he struggled like a madman and gave Chuck tho edge of his hand on tho bridge of his nose It WILl one of those rasping Irritating moves that bring tears and the doublecrosior had to back up Im almost too old for this game growled Tib his breath coming In gobs And that rogue acts more un wholesome every round nut watt Ill teach him whos holding big casino In the next six rounds he upper cut his man twice laying open both fat lips and then smashed la ono be tween tho oyci that you could have heard reecho over In Greenland The chief lot out a hollow and began fight lag like an octopus kicking biting and scratching with Tib doing noth lag but trying to keep clear Break away I 1 yelled trying to dive between them with outstretched arms quito like Spike McDougall In the pictures nut It was nearly 4wo minutes before I could got them apart Hell never fight square again la mented Tib tenderly fooling eight Inches from his head in uu effort to locate his ear My heart tank 01 I counted his bruises and I could have wept for tho jolts bo had received Then my hand bit against the small hammerhead In my lido pocket and Inspired I whispered passing It over with wizard skill Nail him It Just fits the grasp CONTINUUM Revolts At Cold Steel Your only hope Mid three due tore to Mrs M E Fishier Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies In an operation then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Constipa lion Headache 25c at R E McRob site lw used Iplk maul Ignored r REPORT OF THE CONDITION or TUB NATIONAL BANK No 11 Oil or The Close of Business 1909 RK80UIICKS Loan and dlicotinti JIHOIT m U H llondi to secure circulation MIKO 00 eruriiiei te riwi m- rtankltKhonicftiriiUurtaimflilurri 700000 Out trim hanks lot reimtagents Stw II apprntrilrricrTcaftnti MAW TV of other National lInk 4 Aiffft- Kraetloual paper Ltvrrvt Itiisan IN Hour I f Co IV W urer WAI Total UAtllMTIK- Sttpitui stock iu MWO 00 IOOUOCO II4IJW National Hank Notci MIIOI m to othrr National Ilankt TJII 71 Hue In State and llankeii M W TATIOrK HTfCKYCOUNTTOFO B llI I R 0 IUNNT cashier of the named bunk ilo that the above lUtcmtnl li true to the txilol mir nd belief BC Subscribed and worn to thli tih of lM W O Ht nrr CommUilou expire Fb20 law CORRECT Allen I Attt It bUilT J U OlttJ- HO K HIOHWII Director REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Pcb 5 1909 HKBOUKCKB lon anti discount IISTTMja- Urerdralli unttcmed 1139 el u H llondi to secure circulation Jouooo Doiiili rcurltlorU One front National lUnki not lie rT Doe from Stale and Irlnto llan Vtnki JDu from to HI ISO Note of Ma U 71 U LAWFUL IN tUNK r cl T lUfuico- ucallendcr BcuOW Redemption land with U B Tress urer per cent ol clrcoUllou ijwo 00 TOTAL iwijtv it LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In VifOO DO ISouO 00- UtmlTMnt profit less eipenKt TM7 17 National Hank notes 4tjno uo line to other National 1111 Si line to State and Private Banki hanker 7 0- i individual subject loebeek ail em 61 Reserved I Ml HI Sure or KIKTCCKT COUNTY or fU r 11 1 n V llid onCaibl the above the ahoy bent It true to the lx t of mr knowledge and belief II V Caihlcr Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9lh day of Feb IW 0 t Notary Public Mr Commission eipltci ttltCo a cT Atletlt J JWALKIII C A ARNOLD J Director Jonxiox Eczema is Curable ZBMO scientific preparation for external use Stops Itching and destroys the germs that diseases Eczema quickly and la permanently cured by this remarkable Druggists Write for tarn pie For sale at McRoberts Drug Store liUENA VISTA Miss Virginia King Is the guest o friends In Richmond Leslie Ruble and Virgil Scott arc numbered with the sick Miss Mettle Dean of Jessamine was a recent visitor of Mrs Virgil Scott Miss Bertha Clicmult spent Satur day nnd Sunday with relatives In Lex ln ton Mrs Ccaucham will not lecture hero this week as announced In last Issue but will bo hero the last week In this monthQuarterly meeting will bi held Olivet 27 and 28 Preaching by tho presiding elder Boy Roberts of GeorgetownMisses and Mary Skinner Florence Christopher and Margaret Robinson spent last Thursday with Mrs Bradley Cunningham at Marcel lus Tho younger set have been tendered many socials this season Tho two of last week which were very much were those given Tuesday eve nlnz by Ralph Scott and Friday eve ping by Mr and Mrs A D Scott Th Secret of A French scientist hiss discovered one secret of fang life Jill method deals with the blood But long ago mllllonHof Americans had proved Rleo trio Hitters prolongs life and Makes It worth living It purples enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells Imparts life and tone to tho entire system Its a godsend sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life fur months writes M Sherman of Uushlng Me but Klcctrlo Hitters cured me entirely Only 60o at R E MoRobertB v 1m Itching Skin Diseases Arc cured by Zemo A liquid external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form of or disease All ti Writs for sample E Mote Med Co St l Nol rU Dui Store IAN ARTKII KY AT Fob 51 lion Nillona hue C1heclll And W Taro 7ts0 run Ih r IAUIIIII SOO 00 paid Undivided rontleu flanks IlIdhlu1 de roll Ie tO beclr 180171 I lor Tu Total rolem knowledge before Feb I I or No Cured anl 71wo 00 lIanlrlurhollelllrllllllre Allll n Inr 0000 Atre II II ere Trait mid lUll proved rear oil r NUn rractloual Ir ulc1reh and seal lOll 11ct800 for Tuu TotAL l of bank do wear that I J H a cause E W Rose Med Co MOo enjoyed e W for W A b I Oendretuseenredandu reureli aetl temNote rut Legal tende notes U8Treas lillSi 1 hind expenes end taxes atd e- Itseerved 217760 t2alu21 dareswear m2 day iublie vita 2Ssel 171 andaman a gents es hank rreney ltasellve nil note and as a and tllVaua name state S 25 ski gtLouis a- Mt Long tweak sFdr solo o 1 t d n o fiace Hill heading In for the each rue nlonrfarmrr nibfetlbert ami 14 fur the ale of anil melt things on farm at the tanner cannot afford to ailtr tire No notice will accepleil user four lines sod will IK only III two ol tlio lltcoKt Ireeofchatie WANTKUJ Twoorthrco tuna of oil clover hay Telephone 0 U Lcdford T toes Richmond Ky stating tliu quality location and price- I have 14 good OWLS bred to a very lino buck to liftnb sell cheep Also two southdown hacks rhono220Y Wesley Walker Cream Vermifuge blow tot tlr that Are rend VIII a eeeeeNaeoeaeeeeeee2oaee- eLAR i S Co Um dye dock grain issues write s THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC ttwADC IMITATIONS TM INUINI fHlr MO OMtt f BallardSnow Liniment LOUie MO Mclloborls We Ship best quality Weld and Garden Seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Sect Corn Cnnc Seed Cow Pens Soja Deans Peanuts Seed Potatoes Cabbage Plants Po tato and Tomato Slips Onion Sets Garden Means Garden Peas nil kinds Garden Ticld and Slower Seeda laud Plaster and Tcrtili Vffs Write us for prices and sam pies State what you want NASHVILLE SEED CO 215 Second Avo North NASHVILLE TENN tJl llrae The Truth Every person in this who is uf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or form of skin or scalp ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo a clean for All durgc t ZEMO Per sale at McHobcrln Drug Store WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor BLADDER DISEASEthat not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo medicine can do more B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia It j I WM troubled with kidney nd bladder affections which rot pain and worry 1 lost flesh and was all run a had ta abandon work entirely I had three ol the best mo I was practically to die was recommended lad the tint bottle roe great relief Ing tho second I wM TWO IIZU foe AID UN C C J I Stormes 0 CST J MU- lct I externaluse sell FOLEYSKIDNEY CURE UP DIE DO and Polo and alter cured IlL RECOMMENIEI StoreD disc r 1- WA YEN TI OYOr flV1 r acUtely All IT PILES1 THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY Ct ink IaIMe tcl t