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TIlE CENTRAL RECORDIUltK VXTAHXISIIKU ItmtQCHAQY MltfKTHKftTIt 1KIH LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 WOO MVXBK 41 tl v f llNUU lON GOOD QOVEENd4ENT 1 rer H i K r 11N1 iwmffsM HORSE SHOEING Wo huvo employed n good horso fehoor mid are prepared to give you good shooing PLOW SHftRPENINC Wo etui grind your old plow point rind it will give you ns much sorvico as n new one You will bo surprised Cutting Harrows Sharpened We have n machine to sharpen cutting harrows This reduces the draft on your tcnm and improves the amount of work for you are losing time and money by using a dull tool Eepairinj Of Farm Tools Dont throw away your llow Cutting harrows Hinders Mowers Rakes IJtc until you have us look them over We can save you money by repairing them a I We Are The Farmers Friend gr If you have a break dowli or any trouble with your cj implements you can save time nnd money by consulting tj us as there arc so many things can repair milt W you dont have to wait to order horn factory CONN BROTHERS ttcJ3ttCnttc3Jac3Jt tOOJtt tt a- f n that WI u 3Jtt ac1 3Jttc 3Jttc3Jrt f I Local Items TO DELINQUENTS You havo boon warnod our predecessor oonoorninj tho Postal Law by which i papor will not bo oarriot through tho mails that ono year in arrears on sub Boription Call at office court day and settle runty 27 th Circuit Court will convene March first Instead of Iho second Mon day OK heretofore the dato been changed Hear Her Mm ncauchamp will lecture nl Ilucna Vista tho 20th Paint Lick tho 27th and Lancaster tho 28th She was reared In Uarrard and wo bespeak for her a large crowd Fire Escape Ilasoldcn Brothers have just con pleted the lire escape In time Kengnr situ All guests will feel more com fortable now an they will havo two exits In case of lire tho escape being on North sldo and tho largo stairway In time South sldo- II H Swoffield of rime Glubo Tailor Ing Co of Cincinnati will have on display at 11 T Logans store Friday and Saturday of this week his beauti tot line of spring and summer suitings Mr Swoffield class cutter having been brought up in tho bust ness He has many friends and ens loiners here who are always glad to see hem A Good One During a recent smallpox epidemic In ono of the large southern cities a general vaccination crusade was un dertaken An old colored woman who worked In a laundry declared It was positively out of the question for her to have a lame arm Well auntie said the doctor 1 will vaccinate you en ono of your low or limbs so It wont Interfere with your work No blrcc said auntie 51 cant spare one omy hugs neither Well what spot could you spare because you must be vaccinated The old colored woman thought and thought and finally said slowly Well Lord dont never get no chance to set by is on Court Uouso a Fob Monday leaving t high I I knowsI r day night Ise down DISPLAYR H Swoffield of The Globe Tailoring Co of Cincinnati will be with me on Friday and Saturday February 19th 20th See his elegant line of Spring Suitings Suits to measure from 2000 to 5000 FIT and SATISFACTION Guaranteed H T LOGAN I L f X7 ON j j I If I I SPRING SUITINGS Mm Moso Miller left Tuesday fur kansas to nee lifer ulster who In very the City Council IK treating streets to n coat of splendid which was much needed the docket for circuit court will very small about twentylive and not much commonwealth business Tho Cooper trlalls going on at vllle and sensational testimony Is b Introduced nomo details of will bo given next Issue Time ladies of the city pivo Miss In Held n donation party at her on valcrtitrcet and gifts were bestowed We learn ns wo go to press that Mfko Simpson an aged and cltlrcn died and remains were hurried In cemetery Thursday Overlooked Roalltles of Religion A series of discourses under topic beginning at Lancaster Metho dist Church nekt Sunday m on Sunday night 716 prompt Services by the pastor Sunday School subject ActsO Stephen time Martyr Dangerously III Don Uoodloo a highly respected col ored man of this place Is dangerously III of tuberculosis time homo of George Lcavcll Ho is father of Speed Gcwdloc of Danville who Is principal of a largo colored school Hear Thom Madame Allco whose rich contralto voice Miss Anderson the who Is a grad unto Uruunbertfcr baritone necessary quail UcallOns Earl Smith the vie llncellst M widely known through the United States will bo heard bj every one at the Court House night February 27th Denton Ummethun Information has been received tho marriage of Miss Nan Denton at her home In Lexington wedding occurred on Sunday at Calvary baptist church the clergyman being the Rev Mr Arga brlte or Georgetown The groom Alfred Howard Ummethun also o Lexington ills James and mother Mrs Angle James were residents o Lancaster fur a number of years Stole a Load of Hemp JR M West bought a load of hemp from Miller liroaddus colored of Lin coin county which had been stolen from John Foster Mlllcrls In It Stanford awaiting action of Jury Mr West caught the negro be foro ho gut Out of town recovered his 3080 which IIQ paid him for the and the wagon and Luke the hump back to the owner When theft like this occurs do you think your residence and farm are from such folks It they could get a wagon In The Philippines We arc proud of tho following from Philippines Lieut Edward L Jonn who has receutly been placed In command of the 2nd company Nucvu 2clji Philippines Constabulary to become ono of tho most efficient the younger olJlcers In the corps rapid Improvement In drill and llslpllnpof this already crack compa ly since hits taking commund bids fair make It ono of the best tho service Ed Is q son of Uncle Tram Conn whom every ono knows onto of Qurrards best citizens Grand Success It seems useless to mention tho plendld entertainment given with talent by Miss Nell Johnson under tho auspices of ho Ladles Aid Society for It looked as If every man vomau and child who claim Oar Tad county their home wero present Clio gross receipts were 125 It eras lucky that time night was a dark mend rainy ono for there was hardly to stand and if It had been a jotter night everyone would have uncomfortably crowded From grand opening to time last act all executed their part without an error Lho between act specialties wero must enjoyable and In mote than instance were brought back by op three times rime ladles would sate In announcing Money to all who think they havnt muiieys worth Educational Addresses Wo have Just arranged with Prusl lent Crosstleld of Transylvania to furnish us live popular ed icatlonai addresses by as many dlf eront speakers Theso uddresses will icgln In March and will bo given at ntervalsof abvut two weeks till the close of school In May Wo should like to hayo these addresses In the Chapel but If they shall bo us wo hope they play It will o necessary to secure place with reatoriieallug capacity Dates will bo announced very soon or tho entire course and as soon as lio announcement Is made tickets tho tlvg lectures can bo procured applying to Iho principal The tickets will be presented absolutely without cart to tile pu tu all tho patrons and to every of will to tQ i i J i 0 Wj Bridges At ill tin metal Lo Nosh hog which Jul homo Mr worthy near Tealerllvlllo time Lancaster above 11 a also his the Myr Is onderlul pin st of lerllu Ir a vlti n Saturday James The the officiating was the grand 0 hemp hIm get on sate It on time of The to companIes- In homo real room been time plauso have been back their II fur by th p appearances bountifully san In law Mho hereof Jill made prom- Ises being University soul attended n pits bclt w mu ogre com f Miss Stella Hill of Cincinnati trim for Mrs Ada Kfnnalrd son The Ladles Aid Society will Saturday afternoon with Mrs Hurnsldo The League Is In In Louisville and heavy pressure be brought to bear on Governor son to do his duty Teacher Money Tho County School duperlntcndc has received tho Information that money duo last Saturday will not ready for payment for two weeks Kid Crosslleld of Transylvania delivered an excellent at tho Christian church Sunday Tho Ideals of Education by much valuable Information was Buys In Fayatta Mr George T Hlgitlnbotham years sheriff of Garrard as as ono of her most prosperous farmers has recently bought a very handsome farm In Fayetto county It Is known as time Wm Fields farm which Is com prised of 143 and tho price was per acre Cincinnati To Lancaster J L Gill who recently purchased Chalmers Detroit Automobile In Cln- Innatl left here last Thursday with Simpson Gco Harris and J W for tbe Queen City to bring new machine home They the trip with much satisfaction the car as represented As auto moolles are getting plentiful It te well for those who use horses a day oil and get their horses to them School Entertainment- On Friday February 12 the pupils it tho Graded School gave an enter talnment In honor of the one anniversary of Abraham Lin coIns birth The exercises Consisted of songs recltatlonsand original papers bearing upon some phase of Lin life and character Ises serve to Impress on the minds of pupils the worth of thus great resident whose loyalty to duty pre served the Union of the States Time school chapel was crowded with frlcndsand patrons of the school Consideration Could the patrons of our school but como In and spend a day with us when thermometer Is Showing a treez temperature we would not need to them how poorly our rooms are heated A red hot stove In the center t the room almost blisters those pu who have a place near the stove yet falls to make comfortably warm those who happen to be seated irthest away It would bo criminal or the teachers not to permit pupils change their places In tho room In efforts to keep comfortable takes tho time of both teacber pupils Besides pupils thus about the stove waste much aluable time some because a good opportunity Is afforded for shirking others who wish to study and are hindered by those who are not studying Thus the effectiveness of Is reduced at least one fourth cost of maintaining our school Is 600 a month The result therefore duo to our primitive of heating Is a waste of time which 160 or a month during the winter months As a matter of econ my then our method of heating be changed But we cannot estimate the loss to In unimproved time and In formation of the habit of killing as well as In Injury to health ako this from Dr au liorlty on the subject of saultatlon ordinary unjackoted stove such s Is often used In school rooms should bo tolerated It does not give a heat to tho room and It does assUt ventilation sufficiently but the contrary consumes a great mount of oxygen In time room that Is needed by tho pupils for breathing It off carbon dioxide and when urnlng coal gives off also sulphurous gas which Is ve y poisonous irritating Theso are not chief faults On account of time resulting ventilation the air Is breathed robrcuthed by the pupils and teacher until It Is extremely deblllta the effects of which aro lasting Another specialist on tills sublect Uurrage says Tire aqueous arising from time breath and from lie general surface of the body a minute proportion of the an iiml refuse matter which has been by actual experiment to be poison It Is time substance gives the peculiar close un smell which Is prccelved on saving the fresh air and entering a space occupied by human bo and animals and air thus charged been fully proved to be the great of scrofulous or tubercular dls Shall wo accept what scientists Ufi make haste to remedy our cond or will we refuse to believe and when tho plague stalks Into our lomoa charge our own negteob to the workings ot a mysterious providence Very P W HrldgM Principal Lancaster le4 School will this sea meet hells session will Will the be lecture on which for county well acres 200 a John Sweeney Ids made would to take all coIns the the Fact For the log toll puts and to their This and congregated duty yet The about costs morq should pupils the time Rembert an liTho not general not on gives acId and- o however poor and ting Dr vapor proved deadly pleasant con ned inks has eases and 0 o I Anti Safoon University Imparted paid find- Ing accustomed hundredth dialogues Such exer schoolwork method contains which cause Lions GUTTING HARROWS- I Vulcan Plows Plow Points i We are the people for your Plow Gear and Wagon Harness See the Haselden Back Band HASEIJDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail Hardware FREEMa- il Box with each Six Months Subscription to Louisville Times for 250 Courier Journal for 300 R E McRoberts ftgt i Ii fa fa I IIi IIi l I ljjf 1- I AND REPA2RS-D Flower Sale x The Ladles ot the Aid will a Wwer sale In the the early will be taken at any the exact date ot sale will be announced later Freddie Sar wouldnt you like to have three eyes George Yes Freddie Whered you have the other George Id have It In tbe back ot my head would I wouldnt George Where would you have your other eye Freddie Why Id have It In the end of my thumb sol could poke It through a knothole In the tenco and see the ball game Drtss Utsrlsls Far Spring Of time materials which will be used for will be In much evl dence and together with them plain weaves such as broadcloths cashmeres and serges Black trimmed with white will be seen on some women of the most exclusive taste Black as a general thing will be much used Among colors however the most will be different shades of blue and the grays which have been Intro duced nhls winter will be repeated In the spring fabrics Tho March De signer lest Yet The I 0 0 F In their series of en tertainments has not disappointed and as the best la yet to come we predict a crowded house The Concert company which will be heard In the court house on Saturday night February 27 la recognized by the prea as one ot the highest class entertain manta on the road Below aro clip pings from the press recital given by Miss Paltna Anderson oped Into an enthusiast ovation Many who were present at the recital declare that Miss Anderson la little less than a prodigy of musical talent and ability Madame Alice Myron was wally tho distinguished feature ol time evening and her magnificent con tralto was heard to good advantage time role assigned tu her She Is a mu sician of much emotion and she uses her voice with skill Mr Karl Smith handled the difficult lento moat with a conlldenee that can only belong to a genius Mr lUarabergei U owe of time best equipped persons whoever undertook his line of work He has wollow deep and musical that without effort ho move lI So- cIety ave sp I Orders tl and II eye lor iIIC Oland liTho devel- a ol 0 let Freddlo You thin popular anyone I a so lmle audience ay will 9snti Concert The lovers of an opportunity who have course In Berlin by to the Grand Concert at Court House February 27th Accidental While engaged In a game of marbles during which as usual tbe boys began scrambling Cecil Brown son of huge Brown suffered a broken arm accidentally We are glad to know that be Is resting easy They Call For Seven And Up Cam Harron Chief of Police Ilerron has suspected for some time that gambling was be log in The Old Ark On night about twelve thirty ha made a quick run up the stairway hearing a noise as ha approached the room the parties attempting to any sign of gaming On entering the room he found a die on the table two different parties had dice and money In their hands which made the circumstantial evidence overwhelm ing against the five colored men in tbe room lie arrested them and when tried due notice will be given Crap shooters should articulate more clearly when calling for seven t A Plan To Rats Money For Your Chuwk A plan for raising money for church purposes which has been successfully worked by women In many places Is known as the year plan It seems to be a little complicated but It 1s really quite simple The Initiative Is taken by one woman who calls herself the year The year responsible for ten dollars toward the fund she wishes to raise She then finds twelve women who are kuown as months They are designated by the calendar names such as Mrs January Mrs February etc Tbe next sttp Is for each month to Had four women who will servo as weeks Each week Is to find seven days In working out the financial part tho months give ten dollars the weeks five dollars and the days dollar each Once the mouths havo been secured time competition and fun begin fur Mrs July ID hind Ing her weeks have bead found the eiclto meat runs still higher for there la still more competition two weeks will be hunting for three hundred and slxtyflvo days When the last clay has been tiara will bo quite a turn IB hand March I must ave to musIcIans co pi their got j conceal none weeks J i t I Ys t T done Saturday a 1 1 t Then u aoouu the Fit i Desl ser 1- I l d l CENTRAL RECORD 1880KD VYKICKLY A YKAH F a HUGHES EdrPubr StunitCUtt Nail Uttlir Member Ky Aeeeetetlon Eighth District Publisher League Lancaster Ky February 19 1809 Rites For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 1 600 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per lino For Cards per lino 10 For all publications ID tho Inter Cut of or expression of Individual views per lino 10 Obituaries per line 05 00 lAlltllltr ro jl Pre I and 10 rl I d i if defendnlIAeNilofN M I t l Democratic 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 Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen nie Higgins For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W 8 Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J H Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of this district I a primary election M 0 SAUFLKY We are authorized to announdo Hon ChaR A Hardin of Harrodsburg as a candidate for rcnomlnatlon for the office of Commonwealth Attorney for the 13th Judicial District to the action of the Democratic party Two things threaten the perpetuity and the welfare of our nation and un less conditions change another gener ation will witness our downfall Heed the prophecy for It Is made after calm and dispassionate consideration The complications which exist In to Immigrants will become more general and serious trouble will arise The character of Immigrants Is not to our natives and unless much greater restrictions are enforced good citizenship will revolt to prevent the corruption that would follow as pure water would become foul It nant water flows Into It You had as well try to mix water and oil When our standard of excellence Is lowered our national will be dimin ished In proportion Another great danger lies In the un lawful aggregation of wealth as In what Is called trusts where by men of limited out of business and there Is a congestion of the circulating medium to one sec Lion which produces national death as congestion of blood to one part of the human system produces physical death The analogy Js perfect and remedies should be used to prevent congestion oven If It takes a dose of confiscation We quota the following from the Presidents message on Country Life In which we heartily concur First effective co operation among farmers to put them on a level with the organized Interests with which they do business Second a new kind of schools in the country which teach the chil dren as much outdoors as indoors and perhaps more so that they will for country life and not as at present mainly for life in town Third bettor means of communlca tlon including good roads and a par eels post which the country people everywhere are rightly unanimous demandingTo well be added better sanitation for easily preventable dls eMa hold several millions country people In the slavery of continuous III health Mr M 8 Baugnman will contest the nomination of Mr W L McCarty who on the face of the returns was nominated for sheriff In the primary Saturday by a majority of 14 Mr Baughman charges many Irregular Idea such as voting republicans and men who do not live In Lincoln coun ty He has engaged the services of Messrs P M McRoberU and George B Baufley to represent him Interior Journal While we do not favor contests as a rule yet If the charges are true should win not only to se cure his own rights but for the good of party which would be ruined by such corruption and every good democrat should see that Justice Is pogo PsUtlom re being cIrculated hero else where asking Pov Wilson to call B extra MMOQ of the Legislature to consider ta pMMge of the county VaU bill It Ubo pe M 1 l It t f man- Ifested areputI prepare the 1 I that t I prefer I reference 1t acceptable stags strength means f t L I r I shall rasa tkeee titions and the work of the Anti Sa loon League will have tho desired ef fect fur both parties are pledged to the passage of tho bill and It the Leg Islaturo meets free from any cOmpll cation the bill will pass It the Gov ernor has changed his mind ho should remember that ho Is a public servant and ho Is obligated to do the will of the people Just as any agent Is bound to du tho will of tho principal Lincoln day Is over the people are I at business again the earth rolls her ample rounds the sun emits his efful gent beams and every blessing Is bo stowed by an Indulgent God to whom alone all adoration Is duo It Is em inently fitting that we should remem ber those who have rendered valuable public service by appropriate core monies but we should not forgot the sourco from whence wo receive even life and every blessing Let us con tribute funds to place the name of Jehovah above all beings In the uni verse and send his word to every heathen land Corruption and graft in omen Is manifested In many places and now Col Jack Chinn makes serious charges against tho management of the State prison Let all such charges be In vestigated The announcement that Col Henry Watterson has decided never to before the public again as a on account of his recent bereave Is a source of deep regret to tho public Tlllmana pitchfork put Crum out of business Could Not Eat W H Clay Lexington Ky says Our fowls were so sick with cholera some of them could not eat We Bourbon Poultry Cure down them and did a single fowl to die Sold by J B Mount Co Lancaster Kentucky In Th Wrong Paw Uncle Hiram Deggs who lived In a certain ex mining town in Eastern Kentucky was very fond of his toddy and on several occasions was twitted by the boys about town because when In his cups he was unable to locate his home which was one of a row of min ers houses all as much alike as peas In a pod One afternoon In the only booze Joint In the town Uncle Hiram was bragging that ho had the matter so aranged now that ho could find his own home no matter how dark the night or how big the Jag on board He explained that be had placed a big boulder at the front gate and that stubbed his toe against the boulder he would know that be was at home The boys all declared It was a capital and assured him that he would have no more trouble In finding his own fireside In the future Meantime some one In the crowd went out and gave a small boy a dime to move Uncle Hirams boulder two doors farther down the street to the front gate of a worthless fellow named Dave Skinner When the time came for Uncle Hiram to go home ne was somewhat the worse for liquor but confident of his ability to make a Going on until he came to his boulder he went In and finding Dave In possession and supposing that Dave was visiting him be proceeded to try to make Skinner feel welcome When supper time arrived all marched out to the kitchen and sat down to a rath er scant meal poorly prepared In true mountain style Uncle Hiram told Dave that all the vlttleson this table to So just help yourselves and dont use no manners All pres ent fell to with a right hearty good will except Uncle Hiram who in spite of his sawjthat something was wrong although it never occurred to him that he was anywhere except In his own home Several times he straightened up as if in the act of say Ing something but each time relapsed Into silence Finally seeming unable to stand the strain any longer he looked at Dave and said Dave I am no hand to apologize but I have been thirty six years and this Is the poorest snack the old woman has got together fn all that time Frankfort Journal KTONK Mr Llm Cobb fought a horse from Mr James Llttrell for 150 Mr B H Preston bought one pair of work mules from Mr Sam Fabbard price unknown Mr Cobb Js buying hogs from parties at 4Jc per lb- Llm Cobb sold Jo Flm Leayell one horse for 155 a 8 Sanders sold J W Sanders one milk cow for 136 F B Grow bought one milk cow tram Mr Oscar Grant for 40 Miss Alice Snyder spent Saturday night and Sunday with her mother Mrs Mary Snyder of Paint Lick Mr L L Sanders wife and son of Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan and little Nephew Murrel Uurdett pt Bqurno wore the guests of Mary A Sanders and family last Saturday night Mabel Crutchfleld of Nicholas rllle spent seveial days with home folksMisses Urna and Ruth Asklns of rVllmoro were the charming guests if their aunt Mrs Crutcbfleld latter part of last week 0 S Sanders and John nicks were n Louisville last week buying their prlng Roods Miss Nettle Hunter of this place s the charming guest of her sister Hr For t Calico of McCreaiy this I I r appear lecturer not baTO land- Ing be et L M the t men poured do when he that schema was different Mrs Mba week SNe Oar General News Unusual cold weather In the State of Oaxaca Mexico has greatly the cotton crop Tno First State flank at Oktaha Okla was robbed Monday of a largo amount of money by burglars Tho House ot Representatives pass ed tho bill providing for separate statehood for Arizona end Now Mox Ice Tho Interstato Commerce Commis sion has ruled that express companies cannot be compelled to perform 0 O p service for the liquor traffic The Tennessee Senate after a session passed the sovcrtfl election tag the patronage of Guv Patterson Tho jury In the case of Bufus Brow der the negro charged with the of Cunningham last July a verdict of guilty at Russell vlllo and was sentenced to hang on April 10 next A jury to try Col Duncan B Cooper his son Robin Cooper and John D Sharp for the murder of former Eward W Carmack has at last been secured at Nashville Tenn and tho taking of testimony will begin TuesdayMr made reply In the House to Mr Balncya charges of fraud In connection with the purchase of the Panama canal Mr Levering William Nelson Cromwell and said tho charges bad been Instigated by exconvicts He also made of attempted blackmail About tho most unique Lincoln cele bratlon In the United States was at Hamburg stock farm In tfayetto whore Nancy Hanks the famous race mare named for Abraham Lln oclns mother held a largelyattended reception under the auspices of her owner John E Madden Nearly three hundred people were burned to death Sunday when the Flores Theater of Acapulco Mex was destroyed several Americans be among the victims The telegraph office was burned and the news of the disaster was not received In Mexico City until Monday Jit E L Powell pastor of the First Christian church of Louisville In a sermon Sunday on the subject Was Abraham Lincoln a Chlstaln did not answer his but left no doubt In the minds of his hearers that he looked upon as a true Christian character United States Senator Isaac through his agents expended 110779305 as a candidate for the for the office of United States Senator from Wisconsin Inci dent to the primary election held on September 1 1008 This is shown In his statement filed with the Secretary of State Three robbers Leldup a Denver and Rio Grand passenger train Saturday and secured possibly 135000 Including eighteen packages of registered mall The robbery remarkable for Its originality and daring It took place within eight miles of Denver within less than two miles of Fort Logan the United States Military Beserva tim and at the spot where habita dons are plentiful The birthplace of Jefferson Davis President of the Southern at Fairview In Todd county Ky will be dedicated as a shrine for the South on June 3 next the 101st anni versary of his birth It Is understood that plans for an observance of the occasion similar to that at the Lincoln birthplace are being prepared The Jefferson Davis Memorial Association has sufficient funds to erect a memorial building The value of wireless telegraphy as an adjunct to the operation of the machinery of justice was demonstated when John Ryan seaman on board the United States ship New Hamp shire was placed Under arrest and to the ships brig at the request of District Attorney WInslow of West Chester county flashed to the New Hampshire by wireless while that ves sel was several hundred miles out at sea on her way to meet the American battleship fleet Ryan Is wanted for alleged participation In a burglary committed last May at Osslning N Y One of the burglars upon being arrested turned States evidence and Implicated Ryan Lincoln day was observed the United States and In many foreign capitals Probably meetings were held In cities towns and hamlets with varying program mes of exercises The principal cole bration was that at the Lincoln farm near where President laid the corner stone of the memorial hall that Is to be erected around tho Lincoln cabin The President delivered an address and there were speeches by Gov Will son former Gov Joseph W Folk of Missouri Secretary of War Luke E and Gen James Wilson The exercises attracted a crowd several thousand despite the that the day was disagreeable from a weather standpoint The Kentucky Court of Appeals handed down an opinion which mesas A loss of thousands of dollars to tobacco growers and others whose crops Iud borne and other property were de stayed during the raids of sight riders In the put two years In reversing the Caldwell Circuit Court in the case jf flue insurance companies against the Imperial Tobacco Company the court upheld the validity of the riot Jlause of pollclM written In Kentuc ky and held that the raids of the light riders come within the moaning if the term riot The Imperial To Micco Com to recover for I bills prepared with a curtail J S returned Senator defended allegations county Kent cky question Lincoln Stephenson omc was con- fiDed thousands- of 0 pe plo lac sued i M damaged lively view murder ng nomination Confederacy handsome throughout birthplace Roosevelt la suranco carried on tobacco and barns destroyed by nlghrlders at Princeton Caldwoll county November 30 IDOo The lower court gave ludemont for JIUOKKlE Mr Herbert Whltaker sold a bono to Roy Sanders for 1136 Mr Llgo Hurt had agood work mule to die last week Mrs John Dlckorson accidentally fell Thursday and sprained her ankle and has been walk since thenMiss Agness Mlles visited her sister Mrs Jets Gulloy last week 8 Gilbert has returned after a weeks visit to relatives In Spencer countyMr and Mrs Dilly Cotton visited her parents Mr and Mrs L F Drown the latter part of the week Miss MollIe Hurt visited Mr and Mrs Herbert Whlttaker last week Mrs Harvy Dean of Bryantavllle and Miss Ella Welsh of Nlcholasvllle are the guests of Mr and Mrs A 0 MilesLlttlo Miss Minnie Stapp visited Miss Ruth Ray last week Mr and Mrs Jose Hill visited her parents Mr and Mrs Nath Bogie Sunday Again the death angle come into our midst and claimed for his own the wife of Mr George Ray who had been a patient sufferer of consumption for sometime She was confined to her bed for seven weeks and was constant ly surrounded by loved ones to minister to every want As she would see their eyes moistened with grief she would beg them not to weep for sho was nat suffering just patiently waiting for the summons of her Master which came In the early morning of February 14 1000 As the heavy eyelashes dropped softly on the pure cheek as if In sleep she made one more call to her husband who bad been so faithful and kind to h r and said I am going now meet me in glory then she gained the victory without the battle Farwcll loved one the bright eternal doors have closed after thee we shall see thy sweet face no more To the kind husband father mother and relatives we say Weep not for her whom the veil of tomb In llfes early morning hath hid from our Rev P conducted the funeral services In the Buckeye church and the remains were Interred In the Lancaster cemetery Just Receiv I eda p- I CAR LOAD h OF IWirei Fence i BECKER Ballard Co 1 BRYANTSVIW KY J Agents for Moyer and Kauflman i Buggies Loyd Mrs Lem Teater continues quite sickMr Odin Naylor bought of Mr John Ray one horse for 155 Mr Henry Sebastian IR sick of ty phoid pneumonia but Improving Mr Voyle Ray visited Mr Loton and Lllburn Ray of Bourne last week Miss of Marksbury is the guest of Miss Avis and Mary Met calfMrs Aaron Ray and children are spending several days with her par ents Mr and Mrs ol LancasterMiss Metcalf was the pleasant visitor of Misses Pattleand Vella Ver nell Ray Saturday i WANTED Oliltry and ens lOcts Ducks lOcts Turkeys 11 to Idpti Qeees 0 to 7ots EGGS In- S rlbCO unablo to Dr J has natural i Tom Chapell Egg I I ij ij U I I ij I I ij ij ij ij U l ij ti V 1 ii Ella Howard IL B1Nortlicutt1- y l L i UnoMtor Federal Veterans Attend I The Lincoln Centenary I The following excerpts are taken front tho diary of ono of three char ter members of the Lincoln Farm As sociation who attended the Dedica tion on tho 12th Inst of tho one bun dredth anniversary of his birth My the war they wont not to bo observed but tu observe and to bo single units In the Groat Pageant there assembled representative of all the forces that RO to make civilization the foremost on earth and to forever consecrate and make hallowed to all future genera lions lonely spot to Inspire patriot Ism and love ot country as he the ob ject of this celebration was and tried In the crucible the most cru el and exacting who deviated neither to the right or the left or swnrvcd from the purpose of reestablishing the Union ot the states In Irrevocable bonds to the Intent that liberty should not perish from the parch The day might not hive been Ideal u some might suggest as the day of Judgment for which all other days were made will to some be deplorable hut It representative ot the life of LincolnThe were active the ab senco of dust was noticeable It was not too cold neither hot It might have been damper It might have been windier The soil was such that all could carry a memento away with out being accused of petit larceny Even the sun shown at times and finally a calm spread Its serene Influence over all and the last act of consecration was over It was an impressive day some will forget act others will forget something else all will forgot but none will forget all There were two distinct consecrating partite oil the ground that dot at the same time and whose were Identi cal and no mental reservations Inlin Icai The little matter of seagrass formed and fashioned Into cables made the doyldinn lines superinduced by police regulations backed by a secret service an army mllllla with Improved rifles and a great show of big banded and stared policemen mounted on steeds that would death In a weeks time if given full range of all that consecrated land Whether those cables were to keep the Ins from going nut or to keep tho Data from going In I never Inquired but my observation was that a lady sickened and In a manner swooned and when borne from the jam It took the corporal of the guard to open the way for her exit Of course wo saw the personal of omclal dignity arrayed In different regalia and could distinguish the rigid eagle of the army from the gold lace and cables of the navy It required no marks to distinguish the President In fact he could not have been lost bad he broke over the cables Of course the Folks and the Wilsons and the Wrights even Dr Rlxlcy whom we saw called into Llncolns cabin to minister to some dear woman who was In danger of passing to the great beyond a sliver cmblasoned flask was sought and found and when unscrewed and in the great doctors band doubtless relief was instantane ous and as dernier ressort they all take It We saw Mrs Roosevelt and Miss Ethel and as they did not note us raising our cap we cant claim any dis courtesy on their part and were that the brave ladles helped In the consecration Now to mo the was only partial that a great was made and I call upon the officers of the asicclation to rectify In MayThis old G A R man also charter member of Lincoln Farm Association No 70157 braced to locust tree and midway adown the path on the spring side as the President with raised In recognition of the outside1 assembly turns to his right and not three rods from him down to that wonderful spring take three long handled gourds one to Mrs Roosevelt one to Ethel and a copious one him self from that only live element then standing on the brink pour a libation In everlasting consecration and con nect that living fountain with the crumbling cabin Those gourds would have been priceless souvenirs If nothing more They have been placed In the cabin as a visual of the consecration forever and a day I venture to say the President and his Immediate party never even saw the spring for I saw thom on and departure and when It Is called to his mind he will raise the big stick and in a sweeping circle will rue the day I was tempted to call out that such be dono when the crowd closed down him and the charm was passed FREAUUEH8V1LLB Mrs A J Thompson has been ID Mrs Henry who bas been quite III Is better J D norton delivered some corn at Stanford at 13 2S J L Kennedy bought of Llge WII son two calves and one steer for ISO John Rlgsby Jr sold tyro horses at Stanford court to W B Burton of Lancaster and Mr Philips of Leb anon at 1160 each Levi lieu has bought a phonograph and U entertaining musically Inclined friends each evening A harp selec lion by M F Lawrence Is about the best record yet Judging tram the proposed acreage of tobacco for put year the ever pres eat tobacco And It a lot wore pleasant lallfng than 1008 A fiend of ours says his locality couple of boys will raise tbqwetf I a some purposes starve to ar- rIval bum 11ear old our was something buttoned rejoiced consecration mistake cheering amigo could sign someone apes t OOOOOOOC OOC OOCOOCMO WE SELL 1 Lancaster Kentucky cOOCOOC iiIiijjiII Feeli gOT ooeK C 0 A a LANCASTERLIERMGC lOOp00000Ag00 A 1 Securitywill Carriage from us Everyone who has bought from us knows this to bo a fact but wo want you to know it as well hence this advertisement Wont you call W J ROMANS THE Lancaster Steam Laundry has employed Laundry Force With Many Years of Experience Give them a trial They Guarantee Satisfaction I rMwwwtVU i art THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A H DENNY Priildn J I STORE Vice Prcit S C DENNY Catblir J F Robinson Cashr U T Embry Bookkeeper DUIKOTOIIS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John E Stormcs S 0 Denny Gill W I WilliamsJ L Asa Safety Deposit Boies for Rent I I We Solicit Your Easiness Big fluction Sale Clothing Ladies Cloaks Shoes which we will sell every Saturday afternoon until the goods arc disposed of Sale begins at 130 and closes promptly at 330 We must close these goods out in or der to make roost for our Handsome Spring Line R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky Oh 1 Utute of Limitations We venture humbly to expostulate with the distinguished feminine pub Heist who that Adam WM a loafer We dont moan to dofomj Adam As the cauio of work In his somewhat numerous posterity he never can bo popular He may have boon a malingerer but surely ho s pro tected by the statute of limitations New York Sun rr r 1 Translate at Your Leisure A Zurich newspaper published the following mlvortUomont In English Residing hoard house among a charm lug vet of mountains beseeming for families or singular Individuals Shadowed glades and amlublo places for resting for guests of the cure All facilities for mountainous expeditions Excellent kitchen with lager boor ruu ping from the A t Von I a k lapP When In need of tho best I RubberIron or Pebble call on 1 J E Mount Co 11 We will make you n very close price We ate not giving ill nwny n lot of Novelties hut give you something mote ffOj Useful Lasting niul Convciiicnt vlr 8 Money In Reduced Prices Oliver Plows I STUDEBAKER WAGON g Lightest riming and must durable Wagon Made S A few Vulcan Plows left at 8 50 Arterial and Cavity Embalming J- Onuoi DturllU rULL LIJIB or CASKETS ASh nUKIAI UOIIES ALWAYS 11 STOCK lmJ1mLI ImM ril1lli rrill1mmlIDill1fjffl1irr 1 J J A EEA LEYI r It liar iI rs- n l c E I u h e Iljl ei r a 13r rrl la 4 uI ll- 1UNBBRTAKBR L t f WE HONOR Wash I MM rv t111gt011 onions other things for his absolute honesty We prove otjr sincerity fallowing his example in the tanking of Flour It Is absolutely honest In that It is made of nil selected wheat with no Inferior materials added to give weight or color Try a barrel next time and see how honesty also means superiority Clover Timothy and Oat Seed BANKS HUDSON b rJ k Srand of t r I tVVttdVA A 1 T erJI OE eli 3 J VALium ireadcnt t ttiti J S JOHNSON Vise Pre t e The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL IJM S W B 1 HUDSON Cashier W 0 RtoNKir AMt Cashr 0 D WALKBU Hookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson H P Hudson J J Walker Alex OlulM Lawns L Wnlkor P A Arnold YOU ARE FRETFUL YOUR HEAD ACHES BT S YOUR USE 188J R r I 1 jJ ii Itti M Arnold ri i NiIQ l01 I LIVER OKOANIUA ofz4NOAsT KP- a r sut r T V V 1 qrte No Better Advice M d you It nn Impossibility for ono to onjoy hvSith Ja out not net HB Nn lrloUy oRolaWo CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED T plonauro In it to my THpDI la It 18 our Uh tlrltll n wut Cures and all W Torp d I hlVo been trou11olt for tho four with lint tlootorlt chronlo I tr1Mrl to and r elhl nom new I not lIo without It for tho 1 MAUI r Y o curiu complahlu sue n Liver k t past yearn use nu anI rely oared sing and EffectiveI 1 Positive Cure PRICE soc llaul Snow Liniment 02 North Second St LOUIS MOT If 1ll Cud a oW uncJ Recommended by R E McROBERTSIr w v About People A fuel Mention of the Comlngi Mrs J R In In Louisville I this week Robert Klkln visited friends In Dan j vlllo last week h Frlsblo has been In Louisville n few diys on business Miss Eliza hon of Lower Onrrard visited Mrs W R Cook lion R It Tomllnson attended j court nt London recently MM W R Cook and Miss Kllza Icon spoilt Monday In Danville Rev of Orconup Ims been vaulting Ilov and Mrs Oi3 Drown J W Sweeneys many friends regret to hear she continues qnlte III Miss Calllo Adams Is at homo afteri n lltrlilmmil Miss Mettle West Is visiting her sis I ter Mm Oeo Robinson In Danville Miss Polly Trnylor ot Lincoln was I a weekend guest of Miss A nnlo Hern don T S Anderson was a visitor last week of Mr W S Ucazlcy of Mr II J McRoborts ot Stanford spent Wednesday In this city with rcl atlrcs Misses May nnd Annie Powell their cousin Miss Ilcssle Short of Ulchmond Virgil Klnnalrd of Central Danville was at homo Saturday and Sunday Elder 1 M Tinder attended tho Antisaloon League State Convention In LoulHvllle Wlllard Hilton of Stanford visited their sister Miss Susie Hilton Mrs Ellen Owslcy who has been In Madison 111 for several mouths has returned home Mr Malcom Miller of Richmond tray been a recent guest of Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Wo regret that 8 II Anderson U confined to his room but hope to hear ot his Improving Mrs Alexander Kennedy of Lex Inglon Is time guest of her daughter Mrs lianks Hudson Miss Uesslo Yantls of Stanford Is visiting her cousins Misses Irene RQ mans and Alto Youtis Mrs Ada Klnnnlrd Cincinnati making preparations for a largo mil linery business this spring Miss Campbell of Madison Is visit Ing at the homo of Mr and Mrs Rob ort Couchman of this vicinity Miss Julia Reid has returned from a protracted visit to Rev and Mrs Charles M Held of Mlddlcsboro Mrs Quincy Gay and cjauuhter of Connellsvllle Ind are too guests or Mr and Mrs A W Walker Coleman Oullcy who has had much trouble wIth his nand has Improved wonderfully since the operation Miss Lena Bright left Tuesday with Doty tq visit his father for soy cral iflonths at Lake View Ark Miss Hesslc Singleton Is nt homo at tor sovorut weeks stay with relatives- In Mt Sterling Vorsallcs and Mesdames Arch Kavonough and Ed Price were visitors last week of their ulster Mrs George Hallow ot Rich mondMrs Jonas Ruckcr has returned hone In Richmond after a visit to father Mr Wm Shugars and family Miss Leo Prathcr who has beep the charming guest of Miss Calllo Adams returned to her homo In Richmond Monday Mrs Ben Ilamm of Hyattsvllle left Tuesday for several months stay with son Scott Ilamm of Olla Bend ArizonaMrs Hasuldcn and llttlo sons have returned from a visit to her Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan of Nlcholusvlllc Miss hello Denny wont over to Oaf rard yesterday to see her cousin Ming Katie Leo Donny who has been quito sick Interior Journal President R II Crossllold of Tran sylvania University Lexington was tliu guest Saturday and Sunday of Mr und Mrs W I Williams Messrs J Wado Walkor Alex and and Luther Glbbs W B and S M Denny and Fred Hatnin attended the torso sales at Lexington this week Misses Pearl and Clara Collier and Wallace Cover of Crab Orchard visitors of Dr and Mrs A S Price and attended tho home talent last week Charles Connor Jr tho little son of Ilov and Mrs C 0 Drown was chris toned on Friday Heros hoping Unit tho follow may live to become ns popular and highly esteemed citizen us tils gifted father Squlro R Boylp Captain Thomas Austin Q S Oreenleaf Jghn K Ktormea and John attended the Lincoln Centenary last Friday The tlrst throe are Federal Veterans and charted raemberfof Lincoln Mrs H 0 Barnard whq hw v m IL NJ m Oolns Are In Mount P I y r Brown ij Mrs pleasant visit to trlends J 0 Mr In I tULle I I I Palo I t 4 I For her M tit Io noon J i ag and e INThou Wt J Lex- Ington visited University Mlssionovaa11d I i I hi Georgetown toper parents Mrs were play Furra 1Jarrn ro nt R tl on ri visit to hnr mother Pnttlo pill expects to leave the latter part of the week for Washington City Sin will be accompanied homo br her eau Joseph Rogers J M J Urcenlcaf attended tho Masonic bgnquet nt Richmond Tuesday night Mr Chlnoy Duncan Shelby Hamilton of Richmond were callers this onico Friday They attended the homo talent play nnd regret very much that thulr friend Mr Paul Orlgits was nut able to tunic for his incubator was duo to hutch that oven lug no could out leave the chick Otis Mr Will Strickland entertained six couples yesterday afternoon at the Ocean Pond Club house In honor of Miss Mnymo Dullard of 1entucky who Is visiting Miss Camilla Stevens The crowd wont down In time nftor noon and returned on the night train They hind n Ono fish supper and dancing nnd other gnomes during time evening Tnldostn Tines Qa Miss Mary Arnold left Wednesday to spend a few days with her sister Miss Rolla Arnold In Cincinnati and will go from there to Kansas City to join her cousin Mm Andrew Tanner for a lengthy sojourn In California Mrs Tanner Is the daughter of Mr James Arnold formerly of Richmond but now of Kansas City whoso first wlfo was Miss Hood but whoso sec ond wife Is a sister of W A Arnold of this place Mrs Tanner a daugh ter of time first wife was married about 2 years ago to Mr Andrew Tanner a Millionaires son Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept In bed for live weeks Blood poison from n bite caused largo deep sores to cover his leg Time doctors failed then Ducklcns Arnica Salve completely cured me writes John Washington of Dotqucvllle Tex For eczema bolls burns und piles Its supreme 25c at E RcRobcrts 1m PAINT LICK Mr Kemper Is away this week on The directors of tho Paint Lick Creamery Co havo decided to start tho Creamery main tho llrst day of AprilW J Cardwoll of Lexington Agent for time Mutal Benefit Life Insurance Company spent tho day In Paint Lick last Wednesday looking for an agency this place Mr 0 A Ballard Is receiving brick and we hope to soon see something In the way of building In our lit II Hall of Winchester- was here last week visiting her broth It P Gregory Mrs liotllo Gates Till leave Oklahoma next week AvTlenTslib will mako hor home with her brother J R Gates of that state J W Half cr of Lexington paid a short visit to Ills relatives Jj F Gay und wife near this place A M Davidson of Silver Creek was In town Tuesday It Is reporter froth headquarters In Loulsvlllp that time American Company will not buy tobacco at this placo this year Their lease on the ware houso expires with this and they will not lease again W F Champ executor of time Ore gory estate held a sale of the person ally Monday the 13th at tho Gregory turn N W Rogers who was reported very sick the first of tho week Is some While Tuesday tho horse which Mrs Garnett Kompcr nod Miss Agnos Henderson were driving suddenly began to kick and completely wrecked their buggy Luckily neither were Injured as tho horse hung his feet and fell and Miss Henderson sat on his head until holp CAUTE1ISYILLE Mr J A Arnold attended Lodge last right J N Allen bought of John Ronfro a small yoke of cattle for 128 of Bores tilled his regular appointment at Christian church Saturday and Sunday Little Ilalllo Carter who has been very sick Is somo bettor was no preaching at the church tho first Sunday as tho pastors family was sick Cartersvlllo I 0 0 P Lodge Is to Paint Lick Monday night to confer degree work Mr C S Hoop and family wore to Richmond Thursday to attend tho burial of their nephew and cousin Joo Hoop Wo havo seen tho effects of whlskoy more at Cartersvlllo H died May 25th than wo havo In twelve years It would bo a Gods blessing If there could bo somo way fixed to keep it trout being shipped whore It Is not wanted Public Sale Having leased my farm I will on TUESDAY FKURUARY 23 1000 at 10 a m soil to the and best bidder at my homo on Lexington plko mnjesa lotted mule 3 2 pair a yearold 1 weanling brood mare a milk cowa yearling sows pigs tanning Implements IK Itothwoll and O a n II spiders WO a do- Ing townMrs for Tobacco season out driving cano the hero slnco J froth ncastor the proIOfl to itI ness inure 1 idle I three yelI I I T Ia on davot salu ARNOLD bits and enjoyed Genera better afternoon toy Winkler Methodist invited called Carter 21 mane dings sm ties tmulea mule cattle calves a also ASIIItY S t e Business Duy your Xlmmer Fresh 1V II Words Court cf pine Produce IturfTi nl my ho se W U Ward r Cotton for sale by Banks r Fresh hojnj lade taffy and caramel Heal Monday at L l Clovor sato Joles Curry yuavldson 21231 Good bread buns c Fresh dally j MTards Restaurant Clover and oat seed for sale r Banks Hudson 25 tf Cotton for salo by Banks Hudson y 26tf goods loose at aMrgaln W II Ward Try some of oar goods under our private Pride v GUI Simpson For the best ot Groceries and fresh and cured Meats phone 67 120U Cox Wo buVtcr and eggs High est market In cash or trade Curry 2123t Found on Lancaster a ClassPin Ownerurn have same by calling at this pin and paying 40 cents nr this notice L2041 iy and oat seed for Banks Hudson Fresh plcVcakcs buns and bread Kul tons are theon tho market Gill Simpson Got lygxt meals at Zimmers Res For Sat Locust posts for barns Ky For Sal Fresh jersey caws ail tbo time want tobuy cows and belters fB Swlnebroad Our Mott Figure It oit inane BTISKO NETOOOO TOMEU- SV GUI Simpson I have opened a shop on street andxm ready to all of your rad repair Tom McMIIIIon Duv your at C D Powells casu KIOTO and see how much each 0 months subscription to The I Louisville tor 1260 or Courier Journal for 3 K E McRobertS Cotton PathfiT will furnish you meat that yo cajf eat without losing your temper also carry an up todate llnonrGrocerlcs For Sale Or Rent Six room cottage with of land on CrattOrclMtrd street Call HaseldemarNatlonal Dank or Henry Kuhlmai at Lowell 21241 Strayed A fox hound has been place two months Qwnor caplfet same proving und CW 12941 y Bryantavllle Ky Eatray Monday a at Unusually Zlmmorgets direct from the oyster are tree from The oysters and the any adulterant Clergymen Are Scarce Tho reluctance of men to take holy orders In the Church of England which Is so noticeable a feature at tho present time Is a matter ot more than ecclesiastical Interest It affecta not only tho existing clergy but also tho laity and not the church laity alone but tho nation AS a whole Nineteenth Century Notice Qarrard Circuit Court J 0 Clauses Admr Ac PIKu vs Russol Clouse c Dens cause having been to i notice U now the estate Olouse All parti having claims against uld the saws on Morrowcourt tl Y25 tf every day Wo r con shoulders and s ca Wo need meld must cut our daybebeforebest atallmoreboarders tint aid David n an lea Mrs 11 n Sweeney Je s You g I erred the undersigned Mast rout on cl given t lt III his oOlce In par td County Kontuck- Ul the 2 I and hoar 1110 claims J O aon day property proyon or egwa wIll W 100I- I2t J U lWtbweU II 00 O O I mst o tom oysters y nnor at Uhas lfsier meal tf candy mars Jet a oo N Itcstau it Saturday want tim t seed Pride med t ned label do do the treet n o I Ii yantavillo Also ODFOI ECUS do bl smith sheet 44 ill Save ones ds one money you1 ave Free I will give a all ho FREE with rime ew FI hey d base meat now out ullding d two acres Joe S y proper y art As I was coming m Stanford nigh t into bunch nov same and paying 11w at Steve miles east llyattsvlile Fine his stora ads hey water Ice or because are pa In the latest contal do t come with ummlseloner- to hear how alt uur 000 ando against 1of that This Feb 19th 8 L IWt C Pith Vld Prut W 0 Kinipir Cuhltr PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORiORATRD v l W It i x Wood 1 Wo otTer you fair treat ment with ovory accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 16oooeo 900000 M COY BL ARNOLD ROOOYM J BURROS I B WOODS RL WOODS I i 11 IiBURP US II I I I I If t 1 q- Dr11wrOn w o ton Our Customers Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Uonoaater Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Kubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DA Thomas Asst Cashier R L Elkin BookKeeper We invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank INSURANCE Farm Property a Specialty Pay Cash Without Disoount 57 Years an Agency 17 Leading CompaniesOff- ice National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 Your Account IS DUE Please call and Settle1 J C ROBINSON J B Walkor is now in tho East Buying Goods anti will show tho HftNDSOMEST LINE of READYTO WEAR ever shown in Central Kentucky J J R WALKEE RICHMOND KENTUCKY TIlE FOX STUDIO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock Those who come in the noo n wilt avoid the afternoon Lush Photos finished up in every atyle at reasonable Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO Ire t 1tt I t BEAZLEY HASELDEn i If fl I 1 r I I I IIt III1In 4 fore prices I 1 q i 111 4 t t yal r l a 11 z V V s ti Ij i- l E- I jlA I 1 n 1 r M a a t r rt umayTh 11ILL t c i soeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeaeeeeeaa iuABj1a I 7 IV Morrow Graduate Optlctna- Ol i i riled Btllifietlon Ontr ntcd Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms ou low Commission Titles Abstracted Phono 221 Office flours Oftlce over 8 m to 11 1 pm to 4 Blormti Drug Store B F Phono 05 DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST Offlce orer Mln Arnold Millinery H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHONE S J Office corner Lexington 81 and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER ail COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phono 194 Ed C Gaines NOTHING LANCASTER KENTUCKY M HOUSEOnly White Barber In Town for Danville Steam Laundry North tide of Public Square S DR A at home Richmond ave every Monday and Tuesday STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipt 1070 8304- Bhjpmenti 11 831 CATTLE Bhlppert Extra 6 1C CM Batcher iteeri extra 6 7Cfl 00 Good to choice 5 00 S 63 Common to fair S04 7- 5lUirru extra 9660 Good to choice 4 755 40 Common to fair 2 7594 65 extra 4 85 5 CO flood tocbolce 4 3J94 75 Common to M 3 2fi4 25 Canner 00 bologna s 40 F t built 4 5008 00 CALVES extra 0 00 7009875 Common and large M 6009860 good packer and bntchert 6 75 8 80 Mlxtdpaexeri M 8 88BO 75 Btagt 4 25s 25 Common to choice heavy fat IQWI G 009 e 20 Light 6 659 6 M rig 110 Ibi and leu 60095C5- ailEEPi extra 5109625 Good to choice 4 608 00 Common to j ou4 25 LAUDS extra Tfi 9775 Good to choice 7 0097 60 Common to air 6 009865 Farm and Stock COMING EVENTS Kentucky State Farmers Institute EllxabetUtown February 2420 Kentucky Sheep Breeders Associa tion Ellzabetntown February 26 Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club In Kentucky Beet Cattle Association Lancaster Fair July 2830 State Farmers Institute at Eliza bethtown Febiuary24 25 and 20 J I Hamilton took a carload of horses to Memphis Tenn Tuesday Mr A B Brown Sr lost 3 yearling cattle last week from Black Leg The best known remedy for this Is black leg vaccine virus sold by tbe druggists The date fixed for the Shelby Coun ty Fair at Sbelbyvlllo this year Is tbe fourth Tuesday In August con tinuing tour days A considerable amount of hemp has been delivered In Mercer couuty at N 60 per hundred however there are many who say they will hold the 1008 crop for higher prices the above price much ISM than was paid for 1007 crop will certainly be worth any farm If time and money to attend the Farmers Institute Elizabeth Wiwn February 85 and 30 Possibly tb T8BRGWB6weHti that two TTOWCH lecturers have been obtained VVALTER I JI I t t J 1 BUT- t INSURANCE d Agent I I PRICE IIntistry Is il 8g- 5 00 fait 2 ooe 714 Fair 10 100d hipper M i f fair l I I I February lo May I faking te a 2 1 q a I t j r c e I a I i t 4r practices LIVE Yeti 1r 268- I Cow Bull If MOOS t 1I 9 I i I I It abler t s V N 1t r to make talks will make more neon want to attend We are sorrr that space will not permit us to publish tho program which contains the names of many exports In all branches Q Shumate Newborn Tenn has sold to U Ill Gardner dishing Okla tho stud colt Peavlno Dare lOot As Its name Indicates this coining M of Chester Dare and 1eavlno blood comminuted through some of tho best of both strains Farmers tome Journal Airy Kino Fox No 74 1 Not a better bred In Ken tucky escended line o champion In the ring and at the milk WlUtie allowed to servo approved 13 cash at tlmo of service privilege At my barn on amllton Avcnuoln Lancas ter JCy OB Swlnebroad 210 tf Tobacco Is now raised In every coun try but the United States leads all Germany produces 00000000 pounds Persia 100000000 Turkey 45000000 Japan 40000000 India 650000000 the United States 082000000 Of this Kentucky produces 250000000 and Tennessee 34000000 In 1005 tbe value of our tobacco was over 1300000000 The to bacco consumed was over 448000000 pounds the number of cigars consum ed was over 7000000000 and of cigar ettes over 3000000000 while over 307 000000 pounds were used In tho man ufacture of chewing tobacco smoking tobacco and snuff In answer to Robert T Qulscnberry of Danville Ky In regard to the val ue of soy beans for dairy cattle W D Nichols of the Kentucky Experi ment station the Kentucky Farmer that soy beans make an ex cellent crop for hay account of Its high protein contents Is espec tally valuable for feeding dairy cows Very few dairy men In Kentucky however have nude a practice of growing soy beans most of them using the cow pea Instead My own ence with cow peas Is extensive than with soy beans though I have found both excellent sources of forage milk production Personally 1 prefer the cow pea far hay on account of Its steams not being so stiff and woody as those of tbe soy bean I know dairymen however who have obtained as good results with soy beans as with cow peas In our own dairy work we find our annual crop of cow peas Indlspenslble Soy beans for bay should sown until danger of frost Is past preferably the second or third week In May They are usually sown with an ordl nary wheat drill nearly which are adapted sowing peas and The rate of Beading Is from one to one and a quarter bushels tc the acre drilled as for wheat It planted In rows about halt this amount Is re quired The grain drill Is used enough holes being stopped up between the holes left open to allow 32 Inch spaces between the rows Seven or eight seed to the foot should be dropped Cultivation will conststof two or three shallow plowtngs with the cultivator As the plants grow coarser and are cured with more difficulty when plant ed in rows the method of planting first described Is to be proffered when bay is the object though the second method is bettor when the soy beans are Intended for seed or for silage Both cow pea and soy bean on ac count of tbe large amount of water In the stem and pod require great care in curing It is usually unsafe to stack or put them In the barn sooner than four days after cutting Soy beans should be cut for bay when In full bloom cow peas when a consider able proportion of the pods have ri pened Both cow peas and soy beans have the same power of Improving tbe fertility of tbe soil which red clover possesses The nodule or small ball like objects upon tbe roots contain within them myriads of minute living organisms or bacteria which have the power of using the tree nitrogen of the air irid adding largo quantities of nitrogenous fertilizers to the soli The Secret of Long Llf A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life Ills method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Elec trio Bitters prolongs life and make It worth lying It purities enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to tbe entire system Its godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble bad blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Gushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 60c at II E McRoberts 1m Knowledge and Idleness H is no more possible an Idle man to keep together a certain stuck of knowledgo than It Is possible to keop together a stock of Ice exposed to tho meridian sun Every day do stroyi a fact a relation or an Influ once and tho only method of preserv ing tho bulk and value of the pile constantly adding to it Sidney Smith To Stock Men The Record is better prepared than ever toget up a neat Jack or Horse card with orwithout the picture of your animal H fro s pall co at return product gays In whlchon ex erl more bur not bo Jar for lab yearling Jersy along allot soybeans a e Spare below thli heading the exetn Ite anit li the ale ot crock flo unit such things on farm at the former ennnot afford to d cr Hi No notice will be accepted om HUM and will be outfit two the RECORD ol charge WANTKD Two or three tons of all clover hay Telephone 0 B Lcdford or wrlto T Rice Richmond Ky stating the quality location and price 1 have a tine lot ot White Leghorn pullets and Cockerels for sale C B Novleus Crab Orchard Good two year old horse mule for sale W R Cook I have two bushels of homo grown lover seed loft Will sell at market price W R Cook I have 30 bushels of home grown hemp seed that sell at market price Sweeney Morgan Phone 182 B UNION Tom Collet sold a colt to Mr Shot don for Mr Ebb Cook traded 6 steers to C C McClure for a flock of sheep Mr Lee Gastineau and wife are re Jolclng over their first born a girl Frank Oafncy sold his place of 40 acres to Lee Qastlneau price 1350 Mr E sold to George Beazley two acres of land across tho road from the Longworth farm for a good price Misses Maggie and Emma Moore accompanied by Mr 11111 and Judge Moore of Rutherton were guests of friends here Sunday Mrs Larke Tevers died and was burled In String Town Cemetery She leaves a husband and twoamall child ren She was a daughter of M rTank ersley who died only a few weeks ago Mrs Joe King a bride of less than a year died Saturday and was burled Sunday at Paint Lick Cemetery She leaves a husband and a child two months old father mother two brothers and four sisters She was the eldest child and her parents fav onto and was a member bf the church for years She died rejoicing in the hope that Is known only to those who know the way from earth to The entire community condoles with the grief stricken family In their dark hour of trouble Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Texas that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and tbe grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold be writes tbat developed a cougb that stuck to me In spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asth ma and to prevent Pneumonia Its unrivaled SOc and 5100 Trial bet tie free Guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts 1m BUENA VISTA Mrs Weeks who has been critically ill somewhat Improved Miss Virginia King is with Richmond Luther Evans a student at Central University has been visiting his par entsMr Securest Is with relatives at Crittenden lie will be accompanied home by his father who will probably make his home Little who had the misfortune to break her arm and the doing nicely Mrs Mary Taylor Is the guest of her brother Chas Deltrlcb J J Poor has sold his hemp crop to West of Lancaster at Sic J B Ruble has sold his crop to Voris Bros at Burgln at 6c The community extends sympathy to Rov Walton pastor of tbe Presby terian church here In the loss of his wife who died at her home at Brad fordsvllle the 4th lust Interment Carmel- J W Asklns sold 0 loads of corn to Ruble Bros and J B Ruble at 360 Mrs Beauchamp Is expected to lecture here next week the 20th Quarterly meeting at Mt Olivet the 27 and 28 of this month The presid ing elder Rev Robertson will be and preach both Saturday and Sunday Miss Cora Poor entertained Friday evening In honor of her guest Miss Curd of Caldwell College Bascomb Brownof Buckeyehaa been tbe guest of his cousins Cora and Will Poor When Society Decays Tho prosperity of a poople Is to tho number of hands and minds usefully employed To the corn munity sedition Is a fever corrup lion Is a gangrene and Idleness Is an atrophy Whatever body or society wastes more than It acquires must gradually decay and every being that continues to be ted and ceases to labor takes away something from the public stock Samuel Johnson Make Hog fatten RRtfa4 Winchester Cy svs I gave my hogs Bourbon Cholera Remedy and ted them in lot where had with chol I never had a thriftier lot of hogs fatten teeter Sold by i R Mount Co Lancaster Ky If RM i lI for lilt 01 our larmr lIberlbeu for issues of tree Z II relatives- at Anna Deltrich dislocate elbows at- M t present proportionate J T tea I flog era ha hem sit 1- S118885sSeee4NgeIIUSSIS141 four Twill Walker heaven hare a art TIBERIUS 1 halo to be so low and ornery even In this kind of a mill he re monstrated palming It with all his old tlmo parlormsilo grace Remember the towhead 1 urged Jlmmo It ho growled forgetting he had already made It disappear Chief Chuck now lunged forward not waiting for the word His 071 were bloodshot and soapsuds necked his mouth 1 could see ho had all trills and uncles and meant just plain ugly business In a second they were a revolving wheel of leu and arms Soak him I howled dancing up and down and suddenly the bunch flew Into two pieces and each piece finally quieted down and resolved Itself Into a man Tib was the man standing I feel kind of cheap he grinned feebly Hut dear If you only could have seen Chuck lie sat perfectly quiet gazing abstractly at a tree only moving to cautiously place his hand on his jaw And the astonished crowd saw tho swsthy flesh putt out to the size of an orange You see sir Tib had been unable to really Injure his Iron frame and bullet head heretofore Ho had made him smart had pestered him but he hadnt really weakened him any That smash on tho jaw with tho hammerhead was like having tho elevated hit you And the mob always having believed him Invincible couldnt understand It When ho staggered to his feet he lurched to Tib with open hands and sorrowfully and carefully examined the death dealing knuckles Then ha shook his head gingerly and croaked Big medicine White mans Shamaa Is great spirit Im a Methodist said Tib grimly keeping this brass knuckle from all human ken Methodist big medicine repeated Chuck simply walking back to his corner with a slightly swollen er ratio gait Dam big medicine One of his henchmen speedily brought him a case bottle of cheap rum and after the greater portion ot this ho began to change his mind a bit and protest that the Seal Shaman overstepped any Metho dist by several yards And cracking his heels together to show he was still In fine fettle ho rushed to drag Tib from his corner It was at this critical point sir that Tib delivered his famous swing the blow that lamed his shoulder for a yearFor just as Chuck sank almost to one kneo In letting drive his sinewy left Tib sprang two feet Into the air and swung his terrible battling right In a complete circle and brought It down palm outward squarely on top of the astonished barbarous sluggers thickthatched cranium not once but thrice The hammerhead projected from the flat for an Inch Chuck sim ply rolled over on his side with one deep groan and his children howled In horror One two three panted Tib stand Ing over his foe and accompanying each countout numeral with a trem bllng sweep of his fat forefinger 0 wow I owl groaned the Four five continued Tib firmly O wowl Shnman Oughl walled the audience praying In vain to their totem poles Da da da gurgled the baby ai Its custodian rolled It Into the ring so as to gain freedom of motion to beat her head against the hideously carved wooden pillars Six seven added Tib stooping quickly and picking up the crowing purse Faster faster Give him the count In a rush I screamed entirely losing my head Eight nine the old chap called qow counting slowly In rebuke to me thus giving the prostrate chief a fair chanco to rally And the tribe thinking he was pumping more tonic Into Its leader began supplicating him with a medley of sounds to quit his magic Ten and out I cried Tib hugging the baby close Down and outl Hooray I yelled cutting an Intricate pigeon wing much to the kids felicitation Outr groaned Mr McDurr staggering to his feet Say white man what did It What brought the darkness And In awe and with something akin to reverence he stroked the cluster of horns on the top of his head For the trio ot blows had caused as many little mountain peaks to push up the coarse black hair Dig medicine replied Tib getting the baby on his tired shoulder and jumping over the ropes The spectators lnstlnctlvely iUrted to stop us but Chuck being a square sport once the battle bad been fought hung dizzily to the ropes and with bowing head waved them back Let them all go Methodist Dig medi cine ho muttered Owoel oweel1 coughed tho tribe And with the tot In his arms my patron led the way down the Little Soil until we found the men and the boat I looked back once and saw that Chief Chuck Mcllurr was still clinging to tho ropes of the ring while his children seemed Intent on packing up and moving away Maybe they were deserting a leader whose medi cine was so weak but It was almost pathetic to see tho big man lingering on the scene of his downfall And although we never wont back for tho gold and although that was the only tlmo Tib ever shied his castor Into a ring ho always regrets he had to use the until I him of the boy baby kicking up his heels In his fathers home In Tuvak CONCLUDED Revolts At Cold Steel Your only hope three duo to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit llch suffering from severe rectal trouble lies la an operation then used Dr Kings New Life Fills writes 111 wholly cured They Appendicitis cure Cons 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