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THE CENTRAL RECORDMM ItKMtllON UNTAnNlSIUSD DKMOCltACr MIKJiTHKNTII KY FRIDAY FEBRUAHY 20 MOO AN GOOD T NfI41 MT j a f 4 f1OJ11l1Nl1LNT1is ter irIA LR OfflMK HORSE SHOEING hnvo employed a good horse ahoor and i nro prepared to give you good shooing I PLOW con grind your old plow point and it will givo you as much service as a new 0110 You wilt ho surprised Cutting Harrows Sharpened We have n machine to sharpen cutting harrows This reduces the draft on your team and improves the amount of work for you arc losing time nnd money by using a dull tool J Repairing Of Farm Tools Dont throw away your Plows Cutting Harrows Hinders Mowers Rakes ltc until you have us look j them over Vc can save you money by repairing them 1 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 as there are so ninny things that we can repair and you dont have to wait to order from factory CONN BROTHERS THE Lancaster Steam Laundry has employed Expert Laundry Force With Many Years of Experience Give them u trial They Guarantee Satisfaction Weekly COURIERJOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Edr Is a National Nowapnpor Democratic in politics It prints nil tho nows without fear or favor The regular prico is 100 a year but you can got tho Weekly CourierJournal fill tho CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year For 150 If you will give or send your order to this paper not the CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal a Year 600 Sunday a Year 200 g- g We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily fe- M or Sunday if you wilt write this paper p I 3Jaga tt tOOJacJ1ttc3Jttc3Jt003tt j I Vo Vo u J i J A t I L01rJfflJ fjl10S01 I t r WilJll 101 l1lttl X X X rlJX 1 ljjJ GRAND COURT HOUSE S 1kJt- A tv x S 4a0 0 r X41 b 1 3 Coun or Journal t ER TURDAY IGFITr Saturday night JvOnirt House PolleD Court Tho five crnpshootors referred our last IMUO were lined twenty dollars each In Judge Harris court The Kentucky Slate Fair will held ut LoiiUvlllo KyScplcmbcr 13th to I8th Inclusive Mrs S A Kemp aged 70 years died at tho humeof her Kunlnlaw Kllja Murphy after n short Illness of pneu monia Tho burlnl occurred In tho lower part cf tho county She Is sur vived by two sons News has been received hero of tho death In Ooldllcld Nevada of Theo lure Doty a son of the late Mrs Antic Doty Mr Duty was City Attorney of Goldflcld and a lawyer of much brilliancy and learning Ho Is survived by Mrs Maria Hello Bassett uf Louisville nnd several brothers bo sides quite u number of relatives In this county Card To lilY friends and who were so fallliful and kliyr during my sad bereavement 1 in mv most slit acre thanks 1 1 forget the many kind for me In tho mist trying of my life May God rest upon each of them George Ray Hiickeye Ky Sunday will bo n day devoted cxclu slvely to tho W U U Sunday mornings will bo tho life work of tho lamented Frances E Wlllard by Kid M Tinder Sunday evening a temperance lecture by the gifted Mrs Frances Ucauehamp Simpson Rny Miss AnnleHlmpson and Mr Henry Hay were married Wednesday Febru ary 24th at the homo of tho bride These young people are highly esteem cd dad congratulations are hi order limo HucoiU wishes to extend theirs among others Valuable Team W O Hlgney bought of J B Leav el a pair of the handsomest horses In the country for They arc beau tlfal bays band 0 years old lei hands highwlth splendid style and action They aro Ideal coach horses and will bo used by Mr Itluncy to draw ills handsome Funeral Car making one of tho most attactlvo outfits of the kind In the whole country Contract Price Tho Fiscal Court of Garrard county hiss contracted with Pauly Jail of tit Louis to do some much needed repairs on tho county jail The contract price Is 3000 and tho work Is tu bo completed In sixty davs The contractor guarantees can escape from this Jail after com within 21 hours giving him all tho tools and appliances desired This work has been needed for About twelve oclock lust Thursday night the handsome residence on Mrs Wales farm formerly owned by Judge J S Hoblnson two mules trail worth about 14600 and u policy of only 1600 was carried on It in the Continental Insurance company The j origin of tho fire Is unknown as It was llrst discovered by Mr Nelson Mar sec who occupied tho premises near time pantry Mr Museo only succeed cd In saving two or three pieces of furniture Wo regret to note such losses and advise that tho only rout edy lies In carrying more Insurance Withdrawal In ylow of the fact thrtt my business relations with North nearhr all of my tune i and buslncsA at Uvmio consumes county In tnoraco for The Legisla turn and I reluctantly withdraw from the race 1 feel confident thar I would have been succssf ul and Jram thankful to the great uf citizens who have JT III i Xlll n I giving mo the noinlnaJnon 1 make j this withdrawal Jn that they may make and 1 will cheerfully any one they may name W II llurton A Mammoth Paper M Hughes received a copy of tho Seattle Sunday Times from his son In law Kolund a special Issue celebrating Its Seventh Anniversary and exploiting time Alas Exposition to bo held In Seattle this your The me chanical work Is superior and matter and Illustrations aro highly Instructive and entertaining halted In tho civilized worlc Each copy consists of J88 pages and the edition numbers 100000 copies Tho postage on a single copy U 12 cents Bach copy weighs three pounds x and therefore requires 300000 pounds gf white paper to nuullbh the same The cost of white paper and Ink III this edition exceeds 10000 An m mouse crowd will attend tho exposl lion 1 1 J1 h- oI 1 I I a sister f of Thank ncl ors f r ca never d UIIO i I IIrs blessings uf fOlio 500 3000 Company that no one plotion Midnight Fama upJJ s J D Mr Percy ILls ka It is tile largest newspaper ever pub t W- In rmou ds sometime 4 t fin 1 are Ihma then balance I II C unable to devote rho ncc ssar tlulo tu can bss tba nut her promised n t Ir 111 1 1 urn es c ally than I to llto no ucrutlo linty Otn mlteo for ale nnutho r initiation sup rt j 1ukou 1h1c1110 threading n Till ANTIOIIUIST A HBI F A TALK BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS Il Contributor Sunday Is of rest when Im tired Altogether Well Not but It was Intended as my day of rest Urantedj but the Sabbath also has its origin in a Godgiven law not only of self privilege but duty to Its Giver The supreme ctiactor of u law tho beHtower of n benefit the grantor of n privilege has a right to Icllnc Its hiss ho not Well yes Then explaining Its uses as a Su premo Giver God makes It plain that tho seventh day Is for worship of Himself as well assclf rest Well whats the meaning of worship Literally It means worlhful In ev cry day talk worth while while Is a word referring ttftltno and place worth referring to God as a value for men both in life time death and Beyond you say Sunday Is mine chlelly for my rest also somebody else can go to church for worship Im not In It then you practically ay Gods seventh day law for Himself Is out worth while no value to mo Do you mean to say that all that God for I make valueless when I decided Sunday for my own self uses In visiting enjoy ing myself c Well my friend to be kindly fair you go further You make yourself an atheist If Sunday Is only for self An atheist Why that mean Im a non believer In God I believe thoro IH a God as much as you duI Kindly slow up the word ath plat Is from two rcck words a and thcosln the translation from Greek to American language u Is rendered away from theos Is rendered God so that atheist means away from God one who Is in vltcd to honor his Word and Law dues not think It worth while tine and place no value Self consld crutlon tho chief business Yes but Im a free agent doesnt the Illlile teach that Surely the blind tiger Is a freeagent counterfeit er Is n tree agent the hold up of that train out In the Rockies a few nights ago was by road agents very free It In each case there was no law In the land Yes but the old Sunday Is Old Testament ways are different from New Testament law of Christ Wei judge fair Christ was charg cd with that by some of his Jew friends but ho hadjthe last word on that to say 1 came not to destroy the law but to fulllil fulUII mean ing to make good Therefore he was no destroyer of seventh day law Besides ho hallowed the day In rising from the dead made It worth honor Ing as Soul Emancipation Day Do you think the Resurrection worth while Is for worship If the celebration of Day Lee Day Lincoln Day Is worth while for great leaders of one nation how about ono day In a week for honor and remembrance of a De llverer all Nations Emancipator of all races Leader not only of Time but Eternity Hesldts Paul says If Iliserrectlon Day Is not worth while then the whole gospel and church business Is not worth while Aro you prepared to say so Twenty Centuries of Chris tlanlty fairly estimated is no fraud It It ISf why not go back to heathen Ism It has no CUrlst no resurrection of just and unjust m account for deeds done In body tho biggest man with time biggest club may do the man and If ho can dodge the police j no damages hero or hereafter YCF but dldnt sumo of tho Jews deny res urrection day Some of them only a party called Sadducccs named a leader of that sort of name do you prefer to honor his day Instead of Christ Day Well well Youve waked mo up a bltjhow about Railroad Sunday excursion Sunday visiting good time for yourself c Have hardly time to hear you but 1 think It will Do worth whllo to be In the worship1 next Sunday Thank you my good friend well take up some more of that In another talk In the Hitpoim FLOOD Reports of ono of tho heaviest over recorded In Kentucky were received Wednesday The rain has been general mid every river and crook throughout tho entire Commonwealth Is bunk full mid many of them havo overflowed The damage In tho Green River district and along tho streams In tho western part of the State Is heavy Tho lower Ohio Is rising at all points and a big Hood Is pro dieted Warning has been sent out from Cincinnati that the river Is ex pooled to reach tho danger point short time In Louisville and throughout Jefferson county the ruin fall was that vice hind be suspended on many lines Tho damage has also been great to live stock and other property Near louUvllu 30 cattle wore swept to death Many bridges have been all over tho country hemp has been washed from Holds and great damage tfthorwHo hUll been entailed throughout this and other counties Nothing like It hue over with Into short a time Lets got go to pan vo and see Thousand The Mouse tonight i I Ol IIIV Whop stands not DayIs wurthfulIs i weaker lor- a rainfalls U y Interurban ser- tb await OCC o r bUN 1r uses ChrLt haw Washington after rapidly therein washed fed ow nd a OLLIE BALL OUT AGAIN In Again Gone Again Caught Again Homer Pollard Also Ran While an Immense crowd thronged within a block of tlio county Jail lit tlo was thought that one would at tempt a break for liberty at 330 p in Saturday yet In the face of it all ON Ho liall who Is gifted with the art of breaking Jails with Homer Pollard succeeded In sawing one bar Into and springing another till a space 12 by 14 Inches was made through which crawled out o the cage The next obstacle for them was a largo steel door which entered Into the female cell As each Inch toward liberty gave them more strength and courage then succeeded In breaking tho door entirely off of hinges Ran Over Lawson Mrs Lawson who opened the fe malo cell to put In a trusty who had been helping about house work was confronted by two desperate char acters Homer Pollard pushed Mrs Lawson away and gained the front door which leads to the street As she gave tho alarm and before she could shut tho door Ollie Ball pushed her and said get out of the way Miss Sallie Ill catch him Caught Near Jackman Spring Running down Stanford street to Methodist church then West toward the water works Jumping many fen ces they soon gave almost out and were captured by John Walker whom Chief police Ilerron had deputized Walker marched them tb Herron who was within a few yards of them When Horron discovered Balls hand In his pocket ho Herron Immediately called him liall then pulled a 38 S W Hammerless pistol and It to the Chief Pollard was found to have a razorFree Ride To Jail Walker and Pollard on one horse and Herron and Ball on another started for Jail Ball said to Chief Hep ron Im not going to stay In Jail Its too close to court As this Is Balls second offense In breaking this Jail It looks that he may have his way Ball who Is charged with horse stealing broke out of this Jail In April 1007 was located In Nashville and brought back hero December 22nd Pollard is charged with forgery In three cases Sound Doctrine At the Union services at the Pres byterian church Sunday evening Eld F M Tinders report of the AntiSa loon League Convention at Louisville was a masterly and Intensely thrilling addressRev 0 0 Browns opening com ments that to the Biblical evils The World the Flesh and the Devil Christians are called on to combat Kentuckians will be compelled to add n fourth overpowering menace The Courier Journal was received with appropriation and amusement Elder Tinder gave an account of Attorney General Trloketts speech before the convention and what ho hud to say In regard to his enforcement of law against tho whiskey traffic In Kansas City Ho also spoke of his unassuming sincere manner and the demand for Attorney Trlcketts service New Hampshire and other states In toiling how ho had won In tho conflict for civic righteousness Elder Tinder also gave an Impres sive description of Governor Glenn of North Carolina of his magnificent personality and powers used since his youth In the warfare against the ray ages of rum and notwithstanding his strenuous efforts against tho great liquor business his growth In popular Ity and prominence until he was made Chief Executive of his beloved Tar lice State Ho also told that Dr Taylor a great Baptist divine and temperance work er of Virginia stated that the Louis ville convention was the most enthu siastic and forceful of any yet held by the Anti Saloon League and that It augurs much for a great Prohibition vicinity In Kentucky Mr Tinder closed by outlining the work planned for tho coming campaign of this state and remarked that if Gas Wilson did not grant a special term of tho Legislature that the prohibition forces along with the AntiSaloon League will bo gathered In great num bers at tho Capital at ho next regu lay term of the General Assembly and that there will bo something doing In quiet little Frankfort that will give a mighty Impetus to tho onward sweep toward state wide prohibition Tho Hustonvllle Combination sale which will be on March 24th and 25th was well represented hero Monday Drye Cling Lutes and U 0 Allen Post Master T West Informs ui that there are two more opportunities for registered mall to leave Lancaster One on train arriving at Ili20 a m North bound Instead 1131 as here tofore one en train arriving at 2U p mi South bound Instead of 280 us heretofore I they Mr successful InFlorlda b- Ur W of apd handed again Assistant Kansas 1 GUTTING HARROWS I Viiican Plows Plow Points I We arc the people for your Plow Gear and Wagon Harness See the Haselden Back Band BROSWholesale and Retail Hardware Big Auction Sale j OF Clothing Ladies Cloaks Shoes which we will sell Saturday afternoon until the goods are disposed of Sale begins at 130 and closes promptly at 330 We must close these goods out in or der to make room for our Handsome Spring Lin- eR S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky AND EPAI S 1 SP i i t HAS L V N N N NNNNMN r I k 8 every 1 N Mrs M D Hughes has received a telegram from Pratt Kansas announc ing that her brother M S Elkin is not expected to live For seats Opera House Lion and the Mouse B Harris Is to present there Friday 20tb Forgery Susie George colored was arrested by chief Police Herron Thursday She is charged with forging check on Oeo A Leavell and cashing same at grocery She was held over to await action of Grand jury We are glad to bear that II 1C Herndon has gone Into the Maple business As he received ten gal lens of water In two hours from first tree tapped seems he might come across with some sugar So Far So Good May the appearance of tho streets since tho city has began cleaning them be so magnified In the eyes of our City Fathers that they will con tinue the work so that a man would be ashamed to throw refuse on the public highway CUrrarda Wealth We give below a brief statement of the properlty of Garrard County both real and personal which prove that tho county Is one of the wealthiest In tho state considering Its area Real Estate 13710423 Town Lots 400127 Personal Property Total Colored List 123000 Paid by Banks 172720 Total 6110107 Exemptions 203303 Grand Total 6012700 Are ou u er o the Ilou urday nl telephone t see whlc ry night 2 sic to Danville e Meadows sugar Grand urday nlg curt House Sat The Ladles Aid Society will meet with Mrs T J Price Richmond av enue next Saturday afternoon at the usual hour J S Schooler who recently moved here from Madison county bas opened a furnltuie store on Campbell si- Tho high tho se Piano Tuning Mr John G the John Church Cincinnati Is here for a few days your order for House Reference Rev F M Tinder Court Day An average crowd was In town and business was good Below we give general reports of stock sales about 20 mules sold bringing from 1100 to 1105 horses brought from 175 to 1105 heifers brought from 3 to Sic and steers from 3 to 4 cents There were about 200 catties on the market W B Burton sold to G B Robin son one harness mare for 180 and a team of mules to R M Robinson for 1335 Not All For You Yes you are pretty certain to fled things In the paper hit you dont care for and some things that dont exactly suit you says the Marquette Kan Tribune U is to be expected that you will and it makes no difference what paper U referred to It the p for you It might differently It U gotten out for other hundred as well Do with newspapers as you would with tho course at hotel take what you want and pass what dont care for It was out for the other fellow for you Co ce Ang of Co ale one I tuning M urnslde or Simpson l Monday pars were out and arranged j t len oment- Oraa Co tt- at urt H e Saturday C to c 4 r be i n call I PQst Sh 6 75 1OO Danville Opera louse Friday T e and La st and nCenalntucy Prices 460 February 2ir CENTRAL RECORD IB8UKD VVKKKLY 1100 A YKAR F S HUQHES Laneatltr JTr01 tondCl ii Vail Xalttr Ky Prose Ai oel tlon red Eighth Dlctrlet Publlitur gut L ncoiler Ky February 26 1909 For Political Announcement For Precinct and City Orflces 600 Offices For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 per lino 10 For all publications In tho Inter Cest oflndlrlduali expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 Id0 1011 O t Member i For County For Cards f v I ILt1j 1 a Ear Puba flat i 100 ti Ptrnoeratlo Ticket For State Senator R L Hubble 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 Superintendent Miss Jen For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 3 H Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J F Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13t Judicial a candidate for the Democratic nomination Olfcull district I pre fer a primary erection M C SAOFLEY We are authorized to announce Hon Cha A Hardin of nnrodsbarg as i candidate for for th office or altb Attorney the 13th ti the action of the Democratic party The extra session of Congress convene March 15th and we hope fo souse favorable legislation as good Im previous are generally made at th begInning of an administration Although W J Bryan was dofeate and Taft gets the salary of 110001 that should gotten Mr Bryan sees that and goes 125001 better as be get 125000 this pea for lecturing and bare a more pleasan time Senator Bradley was defeated In to change the rules of his and said that If the party can get along without the once holders I In the bunch Commonwealth Attorney when be heard of application for the pardon of Taylor Finley and others very wisely said that be bad engaged In one farce af that kind Jbe GoTenor and that bo did not propose to take part Jn another After a cruise of over 42000 miles the American fleet has landed home and been welcomed by the Preslden and thousands of people who are proud of It as the safe guard of our nation and jhe guarantee of protection It as sailed by powers The journey bas demonstrated that we are at peace with the world and yet that we prepared to defend ourselves In any conflict It was a success diplomat calls and trial of the Coopers at Nash Tllle is nearing a close and whatever the we do not believe th Senator Carmacka publications instilled the course de fendants We do not approve of the method of tantalizing a private citizen tbrougb the press tnt It the Lion Ja right In Its theory of a conspir acy and tbe testimony seems to It the highest penalty should be Imposed on tbe accused Tbe Courier Journal apposes sumpt nary laws and so do we In the true meaning of the term We do not to say what a man shall cat or wear or how much he shall spend so long as the public welfare Is not In event natural rights are always surrendered for general good Tbe law will not Jet us carry pistols but we are allowed to carry bottles which kill more men than pistols kill and cause much more suf fering The fallacy Is apparent to Mr A Addams candidate for the Democratic nomination for Prison Commissioner paid us a pleasant call this week He Is1 altogether coinp his always been consistent Democrat He will he remembered as clerk of the Court of Appeals after tbe death of Longraoor and he do erf jaueh credit for turning the few of said pdce over to Mr Long moors widow he only receiving u try as deputy He married In Lincoln anfwill vprqbaby gftbe support of this cU tr trwUU would him tgood protyect for the nomination Die HIggins I I Dlatr ct am for Is eno nation Comma w for Judlcl strict wilt boo have his attempt party Franklin before are I The verdict maybe at pro ecu all l t r IYa t A I 1 1- i School 1 L f t I 1 Ij 4 him will 44 I forgotF- t other P I nautically I the support attempt injured that i teat sad a b r t t t s Much lib been said about ISdUcatlo In ihatb and the means are pro vided by a1 law that tUablcs courts to levy a tax of 90 cents on 1100 In rtftttl districts having ed school which can be supplements by an additional tax of 25 cents 01 each one hundred dollars The trutl Is attendance at school Is Irregular 01 account of Indifference of parents What we need Is the enforcement o the law referred 16 and the enactment of a law compelling attendance at schools This Is for the publla wel tare We appeal to all Democrats to ad here to party organization We di this not because there la any Immcdl ate danger of breaking ranks but cause the best time to prepare for In times of peace Wo know bow high prejudice runs and bow man things can bo brought to bear to crest disaffection Organization Is seen It nature System governs the planets as they revolve through the Immcnsl ty of space the march of the army I by organization commerce Is govern ed by confidence In those who tak part In It A democrat has no more right to vote against the nominee than a soldier has to desert the army He Is sacredly obligated If be takes part In the nomination The Courier Journal frets over tbe successful fight that Is being made against liquor and goes so far as to use vile names and offer fallacious arguments against the lea Rue It opposes tbo work of tbe preachers In that cause to prevent tbe unity of church and State when nd such thing Is contemplated We need tbe high grade of citizenship In tbe church to Insure good govern ment A preacher should be allowed to vote and urge tbo enactment of laws for the good of the public The command to render unto Caesar the things that are Caesars only meant to pay tax or tribute for public It didnot mean to allow an evil that gives to Caesar the souls of our men their earnings and tho tears and sighs of our women Tbe people will stop tbo manufacture and sale ol liquor and this can be done without confiscating property 1MYANTNYILLE Mrs Alice Adams of Denver is on a visit to relatives In this communityMr Pettus of Somerset has been here for several days ming ling with friends and looking after bis business Interests In this place Mr and Mrs John Johnson were guests of relatives In Lancaster tbe past week Mesdames B P and Will Swope their sister Mrs Walker at Mc Creary Monday Messrs Frank Robinson and Walker Burnslde of Richmond were hero the first of tbe week Mrs Ellsa Ballard has returned from a two weeks visit In Lexington Dr and Mrs Elliott visited In and witnessed Tbe King of Kong Mrs J 0 Williams gave dinner last Sunday to a few friends and her pester Rav P J Ross Burgln Miss Rebecca Ward of Lancaster is visiting Miss Eva Vaugh Lawson Mr Marshal Davis of Sulphur Well is visit to his sister Mrs Charley DeanMiss Elisabeth Bryant entertained her friends at tbe home of Mrs M R Berkele on last Friday evening The rooms decorated In red and white the color scheme being carried out very effectively Refreshments were served and the guests declared Miss Bryant an Ideal hottest Mr Nathan Noe was In Richmond last week Miss Ellsa Ison will begin her select school here Monday March first Mr Tom Dunn from Mackvllle was here last week Cured Her Turks L G Botkin Paris My wife gave her Poul try Cure whoa dying and it for fowls we used Sold by I J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky BUJiNA VISTA Misses Jennie and Mary Skinner are their cousins Mr and Mrs Wallace McClure Tenn Chas Robinson bought of J W As corn at 1360 per barrel Richard has moved to tenant house of Sidney Poor Miss Alice Scqtt of State University the 22 at home Miss of Lexington been the guest of Mrs Virgil Robert Harris of Lexington spent Thursday night with bis cousin Robinson Mr and Mrs Chas Scott of Mercer spent Saturday night nndtjunday with W Scott and wire Miss Margaret Robinson Is spent ig the week with tbe family of II J omllnson of Bryantsvllle R P lion of IfcCreary accora pa by his little daughter spent Sun with relatives here Mrs Pryor and sitter Mrs Jennings called Saturday to the bedside of sister Mrs John Asbar at liar diburt Mrs John Brim who died suddenly t a neighbors wu hurried at Mt Dlvet 13 Virgil Scott sold at DanvlIU at the x Login MlM twp rprices 7 our Fiscal each no grad the boo andraves expense Colorado vis- Ited Lex- Ington an Dna were K says turkeys ourbon re cured them Id the best remedy ever visiting at Oneida kina Middleton the Nell McCann has Scott Chas J Died wore a 1116 and 1120 I I t wale Antl saloon the a have spent last s day heir last a bones n f r y s JiUCKKKK Mrs Jennie Broaddus visited ho daughter Mrs Stella Curtis of Pain Lick tho latter part of the week HIM Cora Poor of Buenn Vista ha been visiting relatives bore Little Della Murphy visited her Ills tor Miss Ethel Murphy a few last week Mrs Raymond Ray and little Noll visited Mrs Virgil Layton o McCreary several says last week Miss Agncss Mlles has returned home after a few days visit with aunt Mrs Harry Dean of Bryant vllle Mr and Mrs John Tester and Mr Lewis McCulley and family were the guests of Mr and Mrs Andrew Bogli Sunday Mr Mike Simpson died at his home near hero February 17th of that dread ful disease consumption In Novcm her ho went toOolorado with the of Improving his health but It was It vain Ho was brought back to hit home Just one week preceding Iris death He leaves a wife and children to mourn their loss The en tire community extend their deepest sympathy to the bereaved family The Secret of Long Lire A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life deals with the blood age millions of Americans bacKprovcd Elec fete Bitters prolongs makes It worth living it enriches and vitalizes tbe Uloodf rebuilds wasted none cells life and tone to the entire sy em Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Gushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 60c at R E McRoberts 1m GARTEU8YILLE Born to the wife of Joe Cambell a fine girl Mrs Clara Wylle and Mrs Jennie Bryant were tbe guest of Mrs C 8 Roop Monday Mrs John Calico Sr who has been very 111 Is better Misses Nllla and Mary 0 Roop have returnd home after spending a few days with relatives at silver Ceek C 8 the MaRls tonal District and tbe Dlvlson Board was notified to meet the County Superintendent at Lancaster Feb ruary 22 at 11 oclock to make arrange ments to tbe dis trictsMr C S Roop is now making plans for a two story building for Mr Bird on White Lick Creek Thorn must be a great Increase of the tobacco crops as there Is a great demand for the sticks at this place Mr S D Carter bas a contract thousand at this writing C 8 Roup G S Redwine G B Allen D M Carter and Thomas Allen went to Richmond Friday night and joined tbe encampment Tbey will Institute the encampment at this place as soon as they recieve their sup plies HEBRON Mr Dean is having very had luck with sheep this winter having recently lost five ewes and fifteen lambsMessrs J E Sherrow and Samuel Duncan bought the cows at Danville last Monday at 3c per pound Born to the wife of Mr L son on tbe llth last a 10 pound girl Mrs G A Bruce is with her daughters Mesdames Frank and Georgia Oam mons Mr Haryey Dean and family Mrs Dillard Brumfield little daughter and Master Odus Brumflcld of Jessamine are guests of Mr A S Dean and family- A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Jas on tbe 14tb Miss Jennie Ward of Lancaster spent Saturday night with Miss Lou Montgomery Messrs Isaac Duncan and Harrison Dean were In Lexington last week Misses Anna and Mary Case of Mar ccllus were the charming guests of the Misses Hamm Saturday and Sunday Miss Mottle Onstott Is with relatives near Lancaster BOURNE County court was well attended from section Wm Duncan sold a nice o shoats to Isaac Duncan at 6c Sam Speaks made a trip to Lexlog Saturday Mr Joe Duncan and wife of Dry inUvllle spent Sunday with Miss Hat Duncan Misses Anna and Mary Case of Mar cellos were with friends hero Satur ay and Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Clark wore visit relatives at Wllmore the latter of last week Mrs John Taylor of Valley View home Friday after spending weral days with relatives here Mr Jane Marsee and family visited brotner Mr Jonah Harass and tam y at Marksbury Sunday Mr John Derringer and wife of WII were with her sister Mrs D fl several days Mrs J M Turner of Hyattsville la tending the week with ber ion Mr J Turner andofarnlly Mr Harrison Duncan and family of Igh Bridge visited W Duncan and Sunday II o II das son her hope several Ills eUtod Bu II put es I p ts II loop Chairman of redlstrlcL lama of for- man faTA S II I McWilliams bunch ton tie InK Ills more Carpenter wife d ong and Thom this pelt returned t a t p General News Local option elections will bo In twelve counties In Indians week Over CO per cent of the rural delivery mall routes to bo In 1000 will be In the South whoro demand for tbo service has grown Washingtons birthday was celebrated In various throughout the United States and t American residents In several of foreign capitals More than 31000 men will march the Inaugural parade March 4 Ing to official reports made to the ii auguratlon committee jatja held In Washington JM7 Dickinson of Tennessee be Secretary of War In the Taft Inct Charles Nagel of St Louis be Secretary of Commerce and and R A Balllnger will be of tbo Interior Robert B Bledsoe of Dallas Tex who entered the home of Lawrence Jones a millionaire of Kan sas City and attempted to extort 17 000 from him was sentenced to tblrt years In the penitentiary The subcommittee of tbo Senate Committee on Judiciary by vote of 3 to 2 decided to bring In a that President Roosevelt without authority In consenting the absorption of the Tennessee and Iron Company by tbe United States Steel Corporation The severely criticises the President directing the Attorney General not Institute prosecutions under the anti trust act Tbe State Board of Prison Commit stoners came out In a communication to the Governor requesting him have made at once a full and speedy Investigation of the State penitent Iaries They say In their Commun Ication that they are tlrel of recent criticisms that have been upon them In tbe management e the State prisons and that they ci pedal court a thorough Investlgs flea The Federal grand Jury In Wasb Ington returned Indictments agalns the Press Publishing Company New York and Joseph Pulitzer Ca Van Hamm and Robert H Lyman editors of tbat paper and owners of tbe Indianapolis News D lavan Smith and Charles R Williams charging libel In publications In con poetics with the purchase of tbe Pan ama Canal Robin J Cooper was the first Introduced for the defense Nashville In the case of the men chari cd with the murder of former Senator Edward W Carmack Cooper was the stand all day He declared Carmack fired the first two shots Iris part In tbe tradgedy he said came about through his efforts Co bis father Col D B Cooper out o trouble The testimony of others in dicates that Carmack was approached abused and shot before b could defend himself and that a con splracy was formed to murder him Just I Fence I 1 BECKER i j BRYANTSVILI KY Agents for Mover and Kauffman Buggies WANTED lOcts Duoki 10cts lJ to ISoti QtN 6 to 7ot I I I I r 1 l fi fi U fi U fi U hold this tree established the rapI- dly cities the In accord meeting will Cab will Labor Secretary M lies s acted to Coal report for to to the of lob N too witness at on that keep Received a Ballard CO Hens Turk 1 EGG anniversary report heaped suddenly gAR DAB wJ Fa11ryajEg e HP B1Nortlicatt1 HARKBMUMV Mr U F Rout has returned iom from a short stay with friends In Mr Mark Coins has boon so unfortt nate as to loose 3 valuable horses tbo past 2 weeks Mr Gosney has returned from County where ho went to mothers funeral Messrs John and George Eager Woods and John Royston went Lexington last week to attend horse sales N H Dogle of Lexington Is this farm on Sugar Creek Ho will be of Mr John Royitonwhllo here Mesdames Jim Eager and Burnat Lcdford have been recent visitors tbe home of Osborne at Lick Mist Agnes Mlles of Buckeye with her aunt Mrs Harvey Dean Robinson Miss Avis Motcslf of Buckeye spending several days with Miss HowardMrs Ledford was the of Mrs Jno Eager Sunday Mr M F Rout attended tho sale J I Hart of Wood fold County Rev Shouso preached for the Salem congregation Saturday Sunday In Casey county- A dog owned by Mrs Underwood recently went mad biting one of best milk cows two hounds and a cat Before further damage was done dog was pursued and shot four before life became extinct Mr George Irvine assistant tele graph operalorat Plnevllle has the guest of Mr John Eager for sever at days Mix Leo Herring of Danville hero last week visiting friends of old homo The Ladles Working Society meet with W D Marksbury at Mar cellus next Thursday Miss Mary Chestnut has been a guest at the home of Mrs Under wood at Hedgevllle Miss Ella Dunn of Danville been vlsltlog Miss Mae Robinson Miss Bessie Polndexter has quite sick for the past few days Mr White Marcee and Miss Annie Marcee drove to Lancaster of last week and were married b Rev O P Bush at hit residence The young couple are very popular li the circles In which they move have the Congratulations of many friends In the community their return to the home of the bride Mr and Mrs Noah Marcee nice wedding supper was awaiting them GILES Born to the wife of W M Humpbre a girlRile Davie bought a milk cow Gao Peel of Jessamine for 137 60 Miss Minnie Teater a from ber brother for 1 100 Mr Sam Hunter bought a from Evcrette Warner for WO Mr Dick Williams met with a painful accident a few days ago cutting up some corn for Mr Watts near this plats bad the mltfor tune to cut one of his fingers off Mamie tbe handsome little of Mr and Mrs Forest Stapp I very sick PAINT LICK Dr W L Carman baa been In Mr E T Ecton of Winchester bu spending a few days with friends W E Sullivan of Wllllamatown as here Tuesday for a short visit to Garnett Kemper Lennlo Miller and Miss Fannie of Richmond were hero last Thursday Mrs Ann Robinson of Lancaster s visiting her sister Mrs James Francis of this place Mr and Mrs Sberman West who been spending tbe winter with Wests parents Mr and Mrs M Noe have returned to their home n North Dakota It is reported here that Mr 0 P Ter bas refused per acre for Iris of 108 acres Mr Terrell last sold 15000 worth of tobacco from twenty acres with a bad stand Mr Woods Walker wife and slater have been attending a house In Parrlsb Florida are expected the last of the week O L amaiacW Co General CAR LOADOF Bugtfes L Hammok t Co Paint WckJteutucky In attend his John to the over week In the Interest of his the guest at Mr Paint Is this weokat Camp la Ella guest of New and her the times been was tier will recent hoe been their On a tram horse horse while Jeff for a few daps been hereMr Mr have Mrs L rill 135 farm year who party home acksmith Carriageairing Just roc od anotllor Lexington Bracken Wednesday and very daughter Louisville Wilson ing n We handle nl Grat class ggrea Lake P t Fifs r cuff n Etc Of OOC i OrII LANCASTER lUMBE MfCID Lancaster Kentucky OOOOOOOOOC OOC oooooo oocIu lli u il fit Feeling Of Securitywill be yours if you buy your Carriage from us Everyone who hRS bought from us knows this to bo n fact but wo want you to know it ns well Hence this advertisement Wont you call W J ROMANS I t I M 11 1 THE Notional Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY J I STORMES Vice PmS S C nun CnhUr J F Robinson Aut Cashr R T Embry DIKECTOHS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John E Stormcc S C Dennv J Wl Williams Prul cat L Gill Boak keeper Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent I We Solicit Your Easiness FREEMa- il Box with each Six Months Subscription to Louisville Times for 250 Ml Courier Journal for 300 R E McRoberts ftgt INAUGURATION FARES TT T i I I I VIA f c bI vvv z 2025 2225 r Ta WASHINGTON ana nil rail Comfort I beauty lilntorlo n In carte Cur service Jn Tun lICe 0 naurpussed i111111 w interest SEE THE BATTLESHIP FLEET t Going to Washington direct an via steamer to Uld 1oint Comfort rail Connecticut Nebraska Rhode Minnesota LouUanu Virgin Mor lIo 0 II returning 1and Islan la Kentucky Kansas Georgia Keartago irermont Jersey Illinois Missouri and Wisconsin will be In Hampton Roads Finest Naval Display ever teen on the Atlantic Coast Tickets on sale February a8 Mftrch i a 3 good to return till Stopover at RlclimouuVai and other points Ior eta and sleeping car reservations call on or address 0 W BARNEY D P A Tkket Ptioenlnllote Lexington Ky Doth Phones 167 Now March 8 f r irAce tick e Sot our Roofing boforo buying Guaranteed for 5 7 and 10 Years Something New in Disc Harrows See them before buying Studebaker Wagons Oliver Plows Syracuse Plows Vulcan Plows 850 J Eu Mount Co I gffiilli ffiTh1ig I I on n i III r tiI 7 C rwr A 11JL1i1 1 F S3 iI1 Ir p Bf f I t l o E3 rJ181AZT iT Arterial asd Cavity Embalming on Oil tntnvnle attar I UNBBRTAKBRI rULL LISP OF CASKETS AND UUHIAL HOURS ALWAYS IN STOCK a WE HONOR Wash ington among other things for his absolute honesty We prove our sincerity by following his example in the waking of Obelisk Brand of Flour It is absolutely honest in that it is made of all selected wheat with no inferior materials added to give weight or color Try a barrillicxt time and sec how honesty aleo means superiority Clover Timothy and Oat Seed BANKS HUDSON IiVttA II 4r J J WALKKU President J S JOHNSON Vice treat ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL MI 8UHPLCS MI B P HUDSON Cashier W O RIONMV AMt Ciishr C D WALKHK Bookkcopor Business Solicited Prompt and Garelul Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson H P Hudson J J Walker Alex Glbu Lewis L Walker QI ltANOASTJ Iq 1 t I II T M Arnold 01 Arnold i Rf r WINTER COLDS you need fear uuse BALLARDS HOREHOUNDSYRUP t them ifyou I h cr cold In generally n inrorunnor of Horloim kept In to liuuru good liwxlUi Ballards Horehound Syrup COLDS BRONCHITIS WHOOPING Cured of a Chronic Cough- J n JClllB llutto Mont wrlton i cheerfully rocom with I for ft ohronU woulil teat viior llnllnraH Horohouna Pyrun vlIc nil and ppnn nv OWo 2 c BOc nnd 100 Bellard Snow Liniment Co 000302 North cond Stroet ST WUIS MO Sold and A human k 1I tom 1111 of and Which bo- l CURES ALL PULMONARY DISEASES t a HorohnulIl 8yru to c s 11111 wit I nil ftrjr A l fjc t oJ I Jo1 ReC0t111ct by- I R E MCROB RTe f ells combination tuhVN Jolla trustr t t i AND uluru r lot d 11 whichr R Gossip About People v v x A Bill Mtnllon cf and rcurot to heRr that Mrs J M In III Ilittbuitr of Mnysvllld cent visitor In our mldxt Wm Uiilncn of Lincoln visited brother Kd 0 Oalnts Monday Lewis and Too Hurnftldo of Middles twro ftpcnt a tow days nt homo Miss EllMboth Andcriton loft Wed ncuday for a visit to Louisville Miss Nnnnlo II Herring has been visiting tier brother In Stanford Misses May and Annlo Powell linv returned from a visit to Richmond Mr It M Leo of New Mexico I with his sister Mrs Homer Tlnslcy Mr Morris Dudley and wlfo are with her father and mother on water Miss Amanda Anderson spent a of the week with Mrs Duty at Marks bury Squire Jack Dunn has returned Louisville to bo treated for a few longerCapt T A Klkln after weeks stay III Atlanta has homo Miss Mabel Mason made a days visit parents In Madison countyMesdames W T and J Wesley West left this week for a visit to Washing ton City Mr George Robinson of Danville visited Mrs Uubecca West and lly this week Miss Lllllo Lcavcll of Lower Gar rard was the Mrs W A Ar nold Tuesday Mr and Mrs James I Hamilton have none to Memphis Tenn for a visit of some length Miss Ella Welch has returned to her homo In Nlcholasvlllv utter a visit to Jarrard county relatives Master George Walker Lawson has been visiting Miss IJelUm Mac Gulley In the country this wcclc- IV II Hutson Is at home again utter a several weeks stay In Indianapolis Wo are glad ho Is much unproved Miss Oraco Helen Patterson has re turned from a visit to her cousin Miss Elizabeth McUlarcn In Hcrea Fannie Wllsqn who has been visiting ipr sister Mrs W R Gott has returned to tier home In Richmond Mr and Mrs Henry are re joicing over the arrival of attne girl at their homo Sunday February The two youngest children of the late Marshall Pollard were sent to the Methodist Homo In Louisville lust weekJoe T Price of Central University Dnnvlllcr was at homo with his par Mr nnd Mrs Ed Price tho first of tho week Mrs Henry Hall has returned to her Ironic In Winchester after a visit to her brother R P Gregory und fall ily ut upper Gurnrd Dr liurnett who recently purchased n Buick automobile In Louisville camo homo In his new machine accompanied Harris Tin Western Union brought infor mation that Mr and Mrs Jake Miller of Charleston W Va are rejoicing over tho arrival of a nine pound boy Mr of panvllle spent Monday In our city with friends Mr Slavln honored the Record with a subscription for which we are thankful Miss Nannie Rogers of this county has rented rooms of Mrs 0 D Pow ell and will open up a dress making cs tabllshment Miss Rogers will kayo several assistants Mrs Emma Hush who has been vis iting her daughter Mrs O P Rush received tho Information last week of the sudden death of her sons child at his homo In Richmond Mrs George Is her sister Mrs Grace McOlaren of IJorca Mrs Pattersons friend hope a rest of some length and treat uncut under a specialist will restore her to uer former health The Tuesday Afternoon Club was entertained by Mrs J E Stormcs last wick A delightful luncheon was served to the following guests Misses Polllo Traylor Carrie Currle Alllo and Hottlo Anderson and Mrs W R The Womuns Clum toot Wednesday afternoon at the Christian church Tho hostess of tho occasion was Mrs J U Hcmphlll Tho loaders wore Mesdames 11 li1 Hudson and Miss Kllnabeth Anderson Thonubect for Usousslon was Spain and Spaniards Mrs W K Moss has returned from Louisville where alto went to tine Methodist Orphans Homo to adopt a little ulrl The child sho brought back with her la a blue eyed little lass of 1 years and will make n nice cpiijpanlon and playmate for her own little our year old daughter Mrs D M Lackey mot with quite a painful accident Sunday afternoon us she was toUirnlng froin tho com etery In somo manner she caught her loot and fell forward upon her face with a great deal of force and was painfully bruised anti will be dls abled for qwlillo Hho is fortunate In pscaplnB without moro sorlous Injury L J A4h 4 Oolng misfiled In h IWo I was arc his I J I I street part I j to J days several returned several to her I of J r Uth t cots i iI I Sunday by Ceo J and Mrs Thgttas I M Patterson I t j eventually J i z L the s by Thou Ws Are fang guest r f MIss T I 1 RrSluvin visiting auk brlght looking For Public Good Etory clllrcn of Lancaster ought to bo Interested In tine proposition to erect a new school building should hear lug whether ho favor such on action or not For mr part with all tine pleasure which 1 might take In nn Im posing well equipped building stand Ing upon our campus which cannot be surpassed In beauty should not bo In favor of this expense If I wore not confidant that ovary man woman and child In Lancaster and Gurrard county would ho benefited either directly or Indirectly Of course my chief IM for tho wolfaroof those whoso lives I nm trying o help shape and for whom I am In a measure eternally responsible Tine good of the public ought to be the first consideration In every plan fur the school In selecting teachers in enforcing regulations In equipping llbrurlcsand laboratories as well as In building and furnishing a mouse Most of childhood Is spent in the school room How can lovo fur ones children be better shown than by making this other homo as com fortdblo and attractive as possible Unconsciously children will measure tho Barents Interest In and of an education by sacrlllccs which are rondo to give child an education How readily tho pupil responds to a sacrifice of this kind Is fully attested by the Intense application of nearly all those pupils who come from homes where mothers must wear the faded dress another winter and fathers toil earlier and la tcr that their children may stay In school So a sacrifice on tho part of those upon whom the burden of a now building would fall heaviest would meet with a corresponding determine lion on tho part of the pupils to be worthy Many children who now de spise school would learn to love a place made bright and cheerful for them Habits of order and system would be established In their lives a love of the beautiful would grow up within them just as naturally as pure speech graces the lips of ono who never hears any other Hut what Is Invested for the good of our children cannot truly be said to be a sacrifice What would wo not do foi them Should we In our deep In lerest for them ut ourselves the full amount allowed by law and many of our neighboring towns are doing Increased tax would bo very little only one fourth of ono per cent But not that much In need ed One tenth of one per cent can be made suniclc t for present demands BO that the man who now pays fifty dollars tax would have to pay only two dollars and fifty cents more To the tax payer who has no child to educate this small Increase might at first thought seem somewhat But If the fact of an educated citizenship a wiser better happier people with whom to live seemnot a sufficient compensation let him remember that criminal prosecutions for which ho I taxed decrease In cost as educational facilities Increase and that too In a ratio that leaves a balance tq tho education Hut money expended for a public school building Is nut really TAXATION It Is but an Investment The build Ing Is always Ute property of thoso who paid for it And tho money which tho reluctant tax payer hands over Is only Invested for him In a way which benefits every man In his coun ty Real estate In Bowling Green Ky advanced a few days ago more than fifty per cent In that section contiguous to tine grounds which the new Normal school was expected to occupy Thirty thousand dollars liu vested In a High School building In Lancaster will value o real estate within the school district from thrco to times the cost of such a building Some of us who have been studying tine question of a now building believe that arrangements can be made for Its erection without a cent additional taxation and the course of study kept up to Its present standard However wo should like to hear about two thousand five hundred people who live In Lancaster say with ono accord We will build though our rule of taxation should bo slightly Increased and wo will plan to have nil things In read Incas for September 1010 Very truly D W Hrldges Principal Lancaster Graded School TodtjyV from Greenlands Icr mountain To Africas running strand theyve heard about our Teddy That lionhearted man oven In the torrid zone They know our hot pertater iVhos going to take old Leos mane And melt tine earths equator Toll me not In mournful numbers wo moot again today all tine wo hunt on Sunday fixed up In same old way Mutton chops and turkey giblets lamb and chicken and stow In a motley mass of served again to mo and youl MI I recognlio tho giblets There li me I could not oraekPOh good eve Ing Mr GrlMlo and that neck U owing back Friends of other meals greet you greet you In the good old Yes doggone you I will eat or youll como agalnsomo dayl Wathlntnon Once Qav Up thrco doctors was kept In bed for live weeks blood n ira bite caused Korea to saver hU leg fulled thou HucklcnsiAnMwv Salvo completely i wl John Washington JlosquevllleTex For eczema bolls and plica Its iific ft E HcUolwrU ln The fair Inorder the thisthe unjust credit of noreaso tine five HIIII1 that the Jumble I I way yOU to item split hit deep of burns a t Everyone glvotito subjectn interest estimation And scrap steak polsu The tors mo supreme t Business Items Fresh oyntors at W II WaAltT Produce Is cash at my lioHiCxWT If watch tJ court day for Fresh ovary Frda JUMM3atnr day T H BfrtrT 2Clf We want ban jrttouldors Jolcs Curry 21231 Good cakes c Fresh dally Wards Restaurant We need and must cut our gouda loose at a bargain jnVnrd Oct Curry prices be foro you your 2123 Fulton Prldo canned best on tho market Impson Wo are fixed to furnish ti Try soma of our canned out private label Wo batter amLsgRS High est market price or trade Curry A 21231 Orders taken for L Journal and all other 2 2041 Mrs Our Motto Figure It OUt NKTOOOO ODFO110 OI Kft Simpson You Will Money I store aftjtaCb how much money youll save I will give a mall with each 0 months subscription to The Louisville Journal for 13 or Courier McRoberts For Sale s Six room cottage With good now outbuildings acres of land on Crab Call Joe S Haselden at National Bank or Henry Kuhlman at Cowell 2 124t bio Disc PJfrtr Boon c corn v 820 4t Etny As I was can find Steve Hills miles east of HyatUvlllc 21031 S C Rhode Island Red I have And Cook strains of T a Jre winners i well Prl Hill 25Q St Phone 138 7 HyatUvllle Notice All persons having claims against the estate W P Grlffltn proven or L L 2 20 41 Lancaster Kr Notice Garrard Circuit Court J C Clouses Admr c Pitts vs Russet Clouse Delta This cause having been referred to the undersigned Master proof now given wUKSIt In his office In Lancaster uarftinl Kentucky on the of February 1009 and hear proof on and file claims against the estate of Clouso deceased All partUa having claims against said estate will the same on tbat day properly proven or same will be This Fob 10th 1009 2t J M Rothwell M 0 G 0 0 Public Sate We WKINESDAYMARCn3 ltX3 sell to Jtho and bell following towlt good vary fr Tract No separate tracu ftuti AS a whale and the the purchaser The land will onethird cash and remainder m ono and two years with Q of sale with lien retained on land for purchase money tho following exta Jersey cow j a brood mares one In foal to Silver King other to jack one family horsei a corning year old by Kin 1 25 bushels of hill onions ana sets lot of turnips Irish potatoes 1 buggy 1 spring wagon aitq of household and kitchen furniture weaves loom and wheels bars reeks etc many things not f OF All autos In hand that amount and credit of ihree months with i from und In tuna For further Information apply to R on said land HOLTZOLAW HEIRS A M Bourne AuoUoneer 4 Ur J O Qreeson of American Auo elation Kokowo says hard of hous on Bourbon HOI Choler U medy used was told We hive tints remedy the oiedlt for Sold bj jB Mount 00 lAueuterKy po r Ward 1o Morrow fish our and Ua fOil ell bread r Dad ona t tn are the 0 I more boarders rooms at Wards t murant goods under ail 48Im lIon al callh Davldso lomo m Il des D e Drown box nEE It combo fro tan ford mybunchcost owner Inn at above sto k red OlD gu teed t h ces reaso bte A of ased will present s properly tot Executor Pa nt Lick Ky alker ALt c to on Is 2itl day J C at tin homo of J hIoltx ecel1sod n Preach Ky hilt est tiJ4abr the pr arty tat tact The IIlnln Il acres d wlth Im men ono w t a a Sat land contain too f t a 0 1 r acres t lIlt On nis a pon a s prln known as ther lib whlcl as never known to ho dry 1 i1 will be sold In W11 sold oont Interest e The so al proper consists of II o Its f nnlmc pool mo o er mel RM SAL under iO h ova on a p Inter t to County Nation I Bank of Stanford aced at 10 oclock am J ave Them 8eorotar ycttnary dloa 1 Tins ch the was saving them i repairs t k ods few 1alto 11 lo TILE T1RNO UR OMEIIS1 Say Buv your goods tor nay at 0 D Powell Or Rent basement a two Orch r treet For ale 1 De aval Cram Separator 2- Incubatt s d 2 Br de s ln white seed lions164 1 2 an Eggs amp Cat clalmlrt1 tIec Ilion t1 Lo sa claw jdower c la rov acre hardt0 lyo adjoining tract is Big Ely untl i nultry smalls raping nano- T Lincoln IIultzcl Scat yesterda I L Weeds VtttL W C Fish Vd l ri t W 0 Kio r Cutler PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED 3 k r tv i Wo offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 10oooe0 900000 DIBBOTOIOt- II COY B L ARNOLD ROODTN B WOODS I L WOODS 8VRPJiU8 J 8 BURROW r w o flan Our Customers ere Fully Protested by Fidelity and Caauality Insurance THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Uancaater Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks 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 BEAZLEY HASELDEN INSURANCE Farm Property a Speoialty Pay Cash Without Discount 57 Years an Agency 17 Leading Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 Your Account IS Please call and J ROBINSON J B Walker is now in the East I Buying Goods and will show the HANDSOMEST LINE of i READY TO WEAR ever shown in Central Kentucky B WALEEE RICHMOND KENTUCKY Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock Those who come in the noon will avoid the afternoon rush Photos finished up in ovory style at prices Leave orders for fronting The FOX STUDIO II II i r Settle CHi J iiRt1 I I1 I II I I- J It 11VI TEE FOX SrCDIOII lore It II real nable tIe 10 IH l i t Companies l n rl ADUE- tt IIL I u r i ja x i II I 1 V 1cIf t- t C B L e t e MeM i 1 fh- 5 r its1 ft11f1 NgaIwI4s sSIseaeeeNeeeeetm JJ W Morrow Graduate Optician OUiiel Fitted 8 tlif Cllon liur ntd Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phono 221 Office hour Offlce Over 8 m to U 1 p m to 4 Stormn Drug Store B F WALTER DENTIST Phono 05 Lancaster Ky Mf K Denny DENTIST Office over Mill Arnold Millinery H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHONE SZKJ Office corner Lexington Bt and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KENTUCKY BE Only White Barber In Town Agent for Danville Steam Laundry North side of Public Square 33R A B PRICEw- ill practice Unntiatry at hIs home Richmond ave every Monday and Tuesday LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Feb 34 Cattle Dog Sheep Rccelptl 86 1233 Shipments 7 850 CATTLE ShIpper E tra Botoher eteere extra Good in choice to fair Ilelferi extra Good to choice Common to fair M extra Good to choice to fair f SOO B 10 6186M 875 00 4 5 63 8 7J 4 7S B COOS OS 4 7S6M 3 0094 5 4 M5CO 4 S54 U 1 BO 4 2J Balls balognai S 7X94 4- 0Tatbulli 460BOO CALVES extra 8 25 00 and large M S 80S 75 good packers and butcher t K t 70 4 008 25 Common to choice heavy tat sows 4 70 25 ft6U 4- 5IJfi 110 Ibiandleii 4 B0a 25- 8IIEEP xtra 0535 choice L 4 603500- Common to fair 30U435L- AUB8 extra 7MO7DO to fair 6 00 Earm and Stocki GOMINti EVENTS Lancaster Fair July 2830 Kentucky Beef Cattle Association Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club March 12th at Lexington Kentucky State Fair at Louisville September 13th to 18th It you have not mated up your breeding heni you should dur ing this month W D Burton bought 10 horses In Lexln tonand Georgetown last week ranging In price from 1160 to 1200 Thing sold fairly well at Ashby Ar nolds sale Tuesday Horses brought from 1100 to 210 short yearlings 112 60 longyearllng8 3Q2a The value of the corn crop In Is than that of wheat to bacco oats barley and rye combined if statistics are correct Forest Btapp U in Chicago this week attending the horse mles He had a 3 minute pacer entered for sale Thurs for which bo should have a hand owe price Ai J Thompson bought a farm of eqo acres from Thos Metcalf In county paying 1100 per aero Mr will get possession on pfUfore April Ut 1 i 1 1 if a 6 MhCommon 2 OOJII 00 FaIr good 7 Mlztd packers M- St a 6 Good to II 7107 7 1 I 1 U I II i I dolt I II U J or brood I l t wine roa 4 I i t 4T1 t p t I I I i t ll l I Ho u st r a I1 i t 1 I ti y Common Cory a 7t Canners a to Common MOOS 6 X6 1 it Good tocbolce Common leis 7 k 1n May j Kentucky Inure 1 dAy Ache TiARobinson gold to Louisville a i r J 1 tout to itox Icavlnc fur II 600 Mr Woodrld c who bodnht a of this snares front Mr lioblnson last year Kohl It for Airy King Fox No 74 160 Not a hotter liull In leon tucky Descended from along lino of champions In the show and at the milk pall Will to approved cows at 13 time of service with return privilege At my barn on Hamilton Avonuoln Lancas tar Ky QU Swlnebroad 210 If Tho Lexington horso sale taut week was one of tho largest over held In Kentucky Among sonic of the sales are the following S M Denny sold n mare that had a mark of 212 for 1200 Lawrence Joncsof Louis ville sold a 4 year old stallion by Bourbon King to Richmond parties for II 635 which was the highest price stallion out for Vial ker at tho Lancaster Farr In another article In this Issue is shown what good prices are gotten for Pcavlne horses and we wish to say that Mr Q Shumate of Newborn Tenn a Record subrcrlber four and ono halt years ago bought Lou Pen vine No 3072 and her suckling colt from M F Arbuckle foi 1335 Since that time according to a letter from Mr Shumate he has realized In sales from this marc 12300 and still has her left safely In foal and now only twelve years old nothing pays bet ter than handling this kind of stock A Madison county farmer has token up the raising of iriulehoofed hogs In appearenco they would be taken for our PolandChina breed but the hoot Is not spit like the common hog but Is solid like tho hoot of a mule They are rahed at Bedwlg ludlana where a breeder makes a specialty of this breed and It Is claimed that they are proof against hog cholera It Is claimed that they can bo put In where other hogs have the cholera and they will not take It This breed of hogs originated In the Cumberland moun tains of eastern Kentucky Tenn eases Interior Journal The raising and handling of In Garrard County has grown to be a prodigious Industry and during the coming season the cultivation of the weed will even reach larger propor tions Many now tobacco barns are soon to be erected and this business alone gives employment to a largo number of carpenters and other Nine hundred and sixty thous and pounds of tobacco have been re cently shipped from Lancaster two hundred thousand pounds from Hy attsvllle and four hundred thousand from Paint Lick all gulag to the Louisville market except the latter A dairy convention will be held at the College of Agriculture State Unl verslty on March 12 and 13 when the Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club and the Kentucky Jersey Cattle Club will hold their annual meetings Proto A L Haecker probably the leading authority on dairy cattle feed lag has agreed to come and address the dairymen lIe will also score and discuss the relative merits of Jersey and holstein cows Prof 0 B Lane acting Chief Dairy Dlvlson D C wilt be there to discuss his score card for dairies and to assist with the milk and butter scoring school Arthur French of Lebanon Ohio has been asked to come and talk to the dairymen on the produc tlon of high grade milk Several dairymen will appear on the prpgram An unpretentious but sub stantial banquet will be lIven during the first evening and several Impor tant addresses will be given after the supperOn morning a number of addresses wjlll be given by Kentucky dairymen A milk and butter contest will be arranged Samples of market milk certified milk creamery butter and dairy butter will be examined and judgedEvery dairyman In Kentucky Is to be present at the conven flan whether be bo a member of eltb er Farmer The easiest money picked up on the farm Is eggs and of all farm products they are the quickest turned Into money says the Equity Farm Journal To Stock Mon The Record is letter prepared than ever to get up a neat Jack or Horse card with or without tho picture of your animal a mars cult 5000 bred Jersey r ho Ilc ed lie no h at WD and soldLook Kentucky clubKentucky t n Ig tobacco workmen Washington expected HN N lawati Iron Fence Chiaptr than wood Will tut a lifetime bWl r k SI ISM CINCINNATI O- Dm 100 tnttn Ira hors iU i U MI ilcu IUHiiU k Cill HI ei MONUMENTS Ebb Bantley Cortersville Ky ALSO M y ARTrlttaxl exa d also IoM On most farmt they are carelessly handled but to got tho most money out of thorn they must bo handler with caro Note tho range In price on tho Eastern bury markets and tho dir ference In prlco Is just tho difference handlingTo the highest prlco the eggs must bo spotlessly clean and newly laid To got a uniform grade of you should weed out of your lock of huns nil oll and sickly and scrubby stock and change your roosters each year To harden the so tho eggs will ship well the fowls should be fed oyster shells occasionally 01 ted bran mash two or three times each week It matters not how good a range your Hock has should be ted train at least once each day to give the eggs a strong body Tho nests should bo kept clean and tho eggs gathered each day Do not keep them In damp spring houses or musty or hot kitchens Keep them In a cool room and cover thorn so that they will not get flyspecked or dust on them Tho stilled eggs should be cleaned with a cloth Do not wash them A egg quickly spoils and breaks In shipping Mar i ket them at least twice each week A serum which Is an absolute and complete cure and preventive of hog cholera has been undergoing testa at tho State University for the past tour months and every way proven antis factory The tests have beyond all doubt that the greatest enemy of tho Kentucky hog raiser has at last been overcome Commissioner Raukln had hoped that the serum could be produced at a figure that would enable him through his depart ment to supply the hog raisers of Kentucky with It without cost when ever the dreaden cholera should mate Its appearance among their herds of swine lie found however that as yet the method of manufacturing It has not been worked to a basis of ec onomy where It can be obtained at low enough figure to come within the funds which are allowed his depart ment for such work and so until It can be produced cheap enough for the State Department to be enabled to supply It to the farmers they can obtain It at cost prIce from time Station Mr Rankin says that the total expenses of Inoculating a herd of hogs It about thirty cents per hog which he believes considering the terrific loss caused by cholera when It makes It Is cheap enough for every hog raiser to use Commissioner Rauklu looked careful ly Into every test which has been made of the efficiency of this serum and says that there is no doubt of Its effectiveness The agricultural press has done much for the farmers good and placing them and tbelr calling on the high pedestal that rightfully belongs to them They have sought recognition for the farmer tnat has been long in coming to him but the world has seen a new and great light and Is beginning to realize that the strongest asset of the nation Is the and hIs products The agri cultural papers have fought the tar mers fight and have brought recogni Lion to the greatest calling In the world They have been Instrumental in securing legislation on pure food pure seeds exorbitant rates rural tree delivery lower express rates protection of forests from fire and In sects quarantine of diseased cattle better rules for the shipment of the pooling of crops fair and equitable prices and many other laws that are on the statute books Not to have a farm paper In your home means that you will be behind the times and will not know what Is being done for you If you are not a subscriber to some farm paper be come one at once and keep posted on your calling Kentucky Farmer The Record will give you a club rate with farm Write this office for Information The Kentucky Farmer proposes to help distribute the seed of pure Boone county white and of pure Johnson county white corn in Kentucky and adjoining States We have no corn for sale but realizing the great that would como to the farmers of the State if they would but take greater care In The selection of and tile varieties of corn they plant we have puchased somo of each of these varieties and propose to give It to those who get us a subscriber to The Kentucky Fanner A pound will plant an eighth of an acre and should provide ample seed next year for the average farmers entire crop You can got a pound of either of these corns for each dollar In subscriptions sent this paper This we believe will be an accommo dation to some of our readers sInce It Is sometimes difficult to get a small quantity of highgrade seed for a foundation Tho pleasure you get to say nothing of tho profit out of grow log this plat of corn and knowing you will luna a supply of good seed for next year will more than compensate you for the trouble In securing sub scription to a paper over Interested In your welfare The records of these two corns at the corn shows should convince any one of their merits over common seed corn Get your neighbors subscriptions and get some of corn on earth Revolt At Cold 8te l Your only hope laid three due tors to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich suffering from severe rectal trouble lies In an operation then I used Pr Rings New Life Fills writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Constipa tion Headache 25o at B B MoUob arts im j ir shell hex cellar demonstrated Exper- Iment farmer cattle benefits II she eggs undersized washed appearance towards for Central recent 1 FARMERS COLUMN IMMMMMMMMMHMOMI below this htftillnji It for the eiclti ore ot our former lubtctlbere Atid It lor the of itock rush thins on farm m the larger cannot nitord to adver No notice will Accepted over lour lines and will two brace of the For Halo 1Q shoals weighing about 100 Ibs each J G Conn I have good mixed billed for sale J D Leaven Uryantivillo I have a good milk cow and calf for sale II L Elkin I represent Knozvlllo Nursery Phone 168 Bhcrllo Kstls Good two year old horse mule for sale W R Cook I want to buy a Rood Jack Nark Goons Marksbury Ky 1 have a tine lot of White Leghorn pullets and Cockerels for sale 0 B Novleus Crab Orchard I have two bushels of homo grown clover seed left Will sell at market price W R Cook I have a second hand 3 Inch Stude baker walton for sale Will soil worth the money J T Henry I have 35 bushels of homo grown hemp seed that I will sell at market price Swccner Morgan Phone 182 U PublicSale I will expose to sale at 1030 a m In J R Azbllli Livery Main street In Richmond formerly Vaughn Si Samuels on Court Day arch 1stMonda Twenty head ofvnjulci two and three years old broken This Is an excellent opportunity to secure a good young mule ready for business J J NEALE Long Tom Chenault Auct Suffocated In Hit Hat Fell Into hi hat and suffocated This Is the Indorsement on the death certificate of Alfred 1arlow who was found dead by the roadside In North Raynham Mass by a neighbor The man was on his way to his home and tripped and fell HIs derby hat slipped down over his eyes and his face was forced Into It The man never sufficiently to extricate himself dying of suffocation Soldier Balks Death Plat It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Texas that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in splto 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 COc and 1100 Trial bot tie free Guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts 1m STONE Mr Herbert Folger of Somerset was the guest of his sister Mrs Fayne part of last week Mr John Prewltt sold to Mr John Hick one milk cow for 35 Mr Elmer East sold a good horse to Mr Jim Bourne for 1100 Mr Henry and little son Wllbert Clydo worn the guests of her mother Mrs Sanders last week 0 S Sanders and family visited Mrs Mary E Snyder and family of Paint Lick last Sunday Mr and Mrs Charles Hamm of Hy attsvllle were tho guest of her sister Mrs Walter Fayne last weekMrs Kdd Grow and Mattle Duncan spent last Thursday with Mrs M A Sanders and family L L Sanders and family have to their home In Urab Orchard after spending a few days with rela Lives at Stone and Buckeye Mr John Lane from DenverColora do Is visiting friends and relatives near Judson this week A IAPTIST ELDER Sectored to Health by Vinci I wu run down and weak from and general debility also suf fered from vertigo I saw a cod liver preparation called Vlnol advertised and decided to give It a trial aud the re were most gratifying After tak ing two bottles I regained my strength and am now feeling unusually well Henry Cunningham Elder Dap tilt Church Kingston N 0- Vino li not a patent medlclnt but n preparation composed of the medicinal element of cods liTer combined with a tonlo Iron and Vlnol creates a hearty appetite tones up the organs of digestion and make rich red blood In natural manner Vlnol creates strength for the rundown over worked and debilitated and for dell children and old people For chronic cough and bronchitis Vino unexcelled All such person In vicinity art asked to try Ylnol on our offer to re fund their money If U WU to lIve Mt IkfMtlODMoKokerta Drug Store N Spare role 8fAin anti lice be be In p bile front ot Stabl on a a WaI- ter Mary the first of wIne cite I this eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeee0 die only naconDfreeofcharge hay recovered returned indigestion suite this colds A tai from 10cent piece will count PULL A tag Iron piece will count HALF value TOBACCO with valuable tags Save your tag from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST Htm MM Ivy Pftk MHrnity gtaJSn Fast W N Ttority BlMkBMr TMSMMV Coupon from MANS WIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IrazH Smtklm GILT EDGE IrazN Sulking Yellow Strips from IUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many alhtr useful presents as shown by catalog I a cent t j aids J T IN Old H Jilt Tit fed v value S It t rFH r Nadir WwttmaR Haters par Nead Ir14ie IN Plash Mrs1a11rY Gold CuffButloni M Tap Fountain Pen 100 English Steel Rwor M Gentleman Watch 200 Tap Tags Tags Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog PREMIUM DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Louis Mo J i l r Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of too Langsbiro V S College England ISm Phone No 205 Lancaster Kentucky Mr Sam Cotton had a line colt to die this week Mr Joe Pierce sold a horse to Mr Moberly otMadlson for Master Bert Embry of Lancaster has been visiting his cousin Mr Creed Mrs Emma Manford of Frankfurt Is the guest tf her brother Mr E U RayMrs Wm Simpson and Mrs d T Rover have been visiting relatives In JessamineMr Mrs Kemp Walker are over a fine little girl that rived at their house Monday the 16 Mr Walter Grow has been visiting his cousin Mr Norman Grow Valuable Trait of Character No trait of character Is rarer none moro adlmarble than thoughtful lode pendence of the opinions of others combined with a sensitive regard to the feelings of otheri A J Froudo Sale Of Heferco In bankruptcy In the Dlitrlct United Slate for the Eastern District of Kentucky In the matter of John H Poll aukrupt NOTICE OF ESTATE Pursuant to a the styled proceeding lu court of the Untied State for the Kiifern Ulitrlct of Kentucky the undersigned Trustee In Bankruptcy for John II Iotti bankrupt will on SATURDAY MAIICH Uth I50 between 11 oclock a ro and 11 oclock noon on Ihe premliee and at the dwelling house on the real estate deicrlbed herein tell at public to the hlgncit and beil bidder the two following described tracts of land same are ID Oarrard county state of Kentucky on the water of IJck Creek and adjoins the Mill property and the paws U described aefollowei Tract No One contains U and UIPOacree and le the same tract of land by deed of conveyance recorded In the larrard County Kentucky Clerks once lu deed book tl pate 430 dated January Ind J900 to which reference le iptclflcally made conveyed to the bank ruptJoniill Iotle byll L said land li bounded on the by the lauds of Dally on the East by the of America Polls and Noel on the laud and on the west by tba and Bebaitaln I Tract No Two Und that was conveyed to John by T W Dally and wife and by 0 and wife by of record lu the Aarrard County Kentucky Clerk ofllce ul tad Hook SO page M and dated October tin 1SKW and nook a page 477 and dated Match Win JWT said Und li bound ed on the North by the lauds of Bebailaln and Sou and toes Hay on the Kail by use laude of America Potts on Ihe by Bebaitaln and Son and contains about The land will and be ofmJ lu two separate trace sari then at sari Hit bid or bids reallilug sum lo the estate will be accepted by tbuvuitae hepiur I The tale will made ou credU uf lU mouth and the uri aMror purchasers will be required to eieoate bond for the purchase price with eccurlly payable to trustee lu hie care and he eald food or bond lo bear Intern at the rate of I per cent per annum from iltto of tale un til paid I RkXLXIN Trustee In Bankruptcy for the Kiiate of John U fetle Bankrupt BKblHioAttoruvy JWU u Dr M B White 42 II Simpson rejoicing are Y I Court Bank slay SAL OFp AL Jud d Ion that was N rib lidSoull VlieT I laud of Lee D bel t me I W Its deed So Ih acre I a t b app ruplcTlu 1 t TEATEQSY ILLS ofhe 1n a yin ahoy ct lain Noel by Tear r are wale the larg u ed the bs French Briar Leather Pocketbook so Steel Carving Set 200 Toga But Steel Shear 73 PipeSO Tap Tap Tags 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE L Truce MAMS COPYRIGHT ndlnf a itetrk and d ii u ruin onr oHnlon wbMh r uInfnllon li rrubablr p i nt Oiminlr ttnl ItM flitf1 tf lf M lH t c rte In Scientific jmicrkdtt A h nd lllaitrt w lr UrnMt utlon or n tUnUBo TIIUI I BoiaDft Tiwiataim BONN Co i New York uffln r St u Eczema is Curable ZBMO scientific preparation for external use Stops and destroys the germs that cause diseases Eczema quickly sod la permanently cured by remarkable Druggists Write for sam pie E W For sale at McRobcrU Drug Store Cream Vermifugi DUION Ilrln onndUaL 14108001 on nun aon- anlo h Inn A 141 Ibe rip a Rose Mid Co Iii Loul MOo C- Anton mar tiesa lalnl1 talon Ca mats 1 a art skin wHIPx3A I FOR c THE CUlUHIEEO WORM RE1ED THE CHILDRENS FAVOIIITE TONIC ccwnc or luiTkTiONe THI CCNUIHI tmrAnio onr BallardSnow Liniment Co t r Louie MO McKobcrts Drug Store We Ship best quality Yield and Garden Seeds to farmers at lowest wholesale pees We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn Seed Deans Peanuts Seed Potatoes Cabbage Plants Po tato and Slips Onion Sets Garden Ueftus Garden Peas nil kinds Garden Field and Flower Seeds Land Plaster anti Fertili zers Write prices andsain pIes State you want NASHVILLE SEED CO 215 Second Ave North NASHVILLE TENN lnelluee Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form of Itching or disease All Druggists Write for sample E W Co St Louis Fdr sale At MolliliorU KILL THI COUGH TH LUNGS Dr Kings Niw IY dlrec ane I as So T neat for w tat Drug Store AND CURE WITH Discovery Millet 8 Br PIlIOlCITr1e R I McRoberts Drug Store 1 ANIALLTIIRIATANILUNITI JJRLE- IOUAZAIITTI DMTI 0- oIA 11owIiw MZYUIIDZD Lady Pocket Knife 40 Tag Playing CirJi 30 T s 60yd Fishing Reel 60 Tag PocketbookSO Tags POSTEDThu undersigned ncrcby KIVO warn Ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever a wo will prosecute nil offenders to fullest extent of Hunters und Fishermen especially take notice WS Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed 1orlwood W U Anderson J W Sweeney J I Nave Arnold Mrs PI GUI W T Worrel John A Sanders It L Ilurton It U llolnn W R Cook Dave Dudderar Richard Hergcrnor KB Daniels Hallow David Tompson U L Kelley D II Anderson The Truth Every person in fcring Eczema Pimples or any torn of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent Iy cured by Zemo a clean liquid for external use All durgetits sell Fcr sale at McRotwrtit Drug Store FOLEYS WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia It I WM troubled with kidney and affections which me palo and worry I flesh and WM all run had t abandon work entirely I had three of h best did roe no good and 1 was practically given up to was lint bottle mo great relief Only cured TO IIZU W AID ILW IliliillECIMNfHUIIT C J It Storutea the W J G I lillie II U O S t this city who is suf from Dandruff KIDNEYCURE 1 i WA11YEN Y TO IlL writes live ears I a 1t1fwho Foley and alter akin l iC t law II Sirs t M r p 1 Udder lost s the botttI was t r