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TIlE CENTRALIUHK IIKUOWX DKUOCIlACr MINItTKKXTII 1ltlH LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAKCII 5 I I RECORD 1 f ANlJ 0001 OOJlWNIBNT 00 H t t I I tin inYIsiiina A r Ill 0t xuMAa14 immMV HORSE SHOEING I- Wo luivo ployed n good liorao ohoornml MO prepared to give you good shooing PLOW SHARPENING Woeiui grind yottr old plow point nnd it will give yon ns much service ns n new ono You will bo surprised I We Are The Farmers Friend 3 If you have n break down or trouble with your J5 implements you can save time and money by consulting ty us as there Ire so many things that we can and I you dont inane to wait to order fioin factory Cutting Harrows SSiarpened We have n miclilnc lo slnrpcu cuttliiK harrows This reduces the draft on your tcnm and the nmoiiiit of vjrk for you nrc losing time anti money by using n dull tool 1 Repairing Of Farm look I 3 J Dont throw away your 1lows Culling Hnnowfi g Htiulcrs Mowcis Rakes Etc until you inane us look j- l them ever We can save you money by repairing them 1 a BScSc 3c I i t n T t 1 VI 1 improves h f any LairtcJ t 1r I Next Hunday will bo foreign tnlr slonary tine nt till Christian church The tho rrclluroll will have nn cxchaiigcffl the putt olllce on Saturday bcSnfo Ktstcr Joseph Kevins bought from Hood Hiker n cottage oil Lexington strcol for 1 1200 The Ladles Ali Society will meet Saturday nflornoon nt the homo of Mr Robert Kmbry on Lexington street All members nro requested to be present Sunday Match 1Hi at Fnlr I View church to hear Mr C W Camp bill preach W 0 Wy nn ono of most Rtantlal business men of the end anti present representative of Garrnrd county was elected director of the Peoples bank a thriving Institution at Paint Lick I Lagan Mr Rice Logan utter aii illness of a few days died February Jill anti was burled In the family cemetery Freedom church lie win one or lrrards best citizens and the commuil ty extends Hiii ailiv to his wife elgh children mother Uu brothers and t ulster whu ere left lo mourn their lot Death Of Mrs Buih The Mid but not nnrxpieud new of the death of Mrs O o Bind In SI Louis on last Sunday morning win received here tier burial talk place In that city on Munday fciho was lit wlduw of the laic Ur W N flush ul t leaves two daughters and two sons to bear Ilio heavy bereavement They bpent the greater part of then lives In this city old the people knew their splendid traits of character bet ter than we can tell them Obituary Last Saturday the community was grieved and surprised to hear that S II Anderson dyed at It oclock at his home near town on the Danville pike He had been III for several days but no one thought lliat the end was near tho Immediate cause of which was nn abscess In the head Funeral services wero conducted nt the oil Sunday at 230 p m by Kid F M Tinder and tho body was laid lo rest in Lancaster cemetery Deceased wts fortynine years of age n member of the Christian church had many friends mid was related to somoof thu most InllJcnllal people In the county He was kind courteous and had n good word for everybody which undo for him many friends who admired his splendid traits of character Ills wife and six children survive him nnd to them the sincere c indolence of the vicinity Is extended L11dies of echo I sub lIt I t I l I b l b the at- residence Cool Clothes for summer wear must be carefully tailored or they L will lose their shape in notimeThe makingtoorder of lightweight suits only partlylined to secure greater comfort in hot weather is a specialty with The Globe Tailoring CompanyOf they guarantee permanent shapeliness A special line of tropical suiting of serviceable quality is one of the features of The Globes immense variety of Bcaionablo fabrics Sec them here H T Logan O BRILLIANT CAREER OP Lancaster Boy After n three year crnlio around the world as on of the U H Navy Ensign John IMul Miller sun of Col nod Mrs Julio W Miller will re turn to IjiincHHlcr Ills boyhood home In n few days Ho reached Americas shores with thin great North Atlantic Fleet on lVbru ry 22 and leaving nuked fur short leave of absence was dotnched from his battleship The Ohio Immediately upon tho arrival of Uncle Smuts muun Uetit line of llxht lug vessels at Hampton Iloadr HnklKn Miller left Lancaster February 22 10W following a weeks visit tome after Ills graduation from tho naval academy nl AumipollK and sailed from Huston two days later for Alexandria l ypt whero he joined Admiral Slifsocos Hiuadron for a tour of Asiatic waters Ills llrst alignment was lo tho U H S Udlveston on which cruiser he re mained until last Full when Admiral JOHN PAUL MILLER SpcrryH whitecoated inahtcrs of the sea steamed into Manila Hay conclud lug the first half of their trip around the horn Fur 33 months lie had Illled Important pasta on the f iilvcs ton In Its maneuvers on the Pa cltlc paths that skirt China Japan and the Philippines II I N experience therefore In sightseeing hiss been greater than comes to but few men even twice or lirlce Ills years The career of young Is ono of rfhlch his friends here and that mess everybody t Lancaster are very proud and will certainly bear now In the Sprint of ho was a student Lancaster traded School when tire County Intcndent of Public Instruction an nounced a competitive examination to determine who should represent Oar rant In the State College at Acting upon n chance surest toil he tried for this honor aid won nutrlculatmi at tho Grass Cap Ital In September of that year For three terms ho stood high In his ems seR there but always having desired to attend the Naval Academy he en tered the contest which was to decide Senator Dlackburns appointment In this dlcctlun In the Summer of 1002 Thirteen boys measured minds with Mlllor In a rl ld conducted by two learned teachers at Versailles but the Lancaster boy carried oil the laur els Going at once to tho Academy on tho Potomac he settled himself for thorough training returning to fur only one month each year lie soon took high rank In his studies and for two yours was tlrst honor man In the largest class In the history of the Institution Two months before his graduation he was Unfortunately accused with half his classmates of hazing and was scheduled fur when resident Roosevelt having had Millers case presented to him by Senators Hlackburn and McCreary re versed tho decision of the court mar tial the Brat time a Chief Magistrate over Interfered ami sent u special message to Congress citing Millers predicament and the possibility of losing country a youth whoso future gave such promise and recom mending now laws to govern In sun liar situations Miller was but his enforced absence front his classes the few remaining weeks reduced hits averages to tho point that ho finished third honor mm a rare distinction In Itself but below what was duo thu Lancaster boy lire Presidents Interference how over singled Miller out for special duty lie went aboard tho Oulvcston as i Midshipman nnd was soon advan ced to KiiKign an olllco corresponding with the Army Since then tho drat and second honor trop have broil called to shore duty in tho construction corps leaving him llrst In tine lute of see promotion In his big class Mlddltiboro- Wo are vory thankful to W J Klu nulrrt for Information In regard to tho prosperity of Mlddlesboro trod wo would l o to publish n the various Industries of that steady grow Ing city but lack of space at this time prevents Tho wonderful develop taking place throughout South Kistorn Kentucky Is not only smug tho Industrial lure but the ed ucational as well Schools college anti libraries are being built In nil tho Jiuslness centers as well 111 In tho most remote mining camps and It will not bo many years until Kentucky will bo prpwl of tho section Vital was once re puted to be the land of the moonshiner and the feudest SOIl Itt Super flue mQnt that Is I I 14 liter reviewing Lexington course Lancaster dismissal tt the exonerated lit glad latter Circuit Court This court convened Monday morn Ing with Judge W C Hell on tho bench and all tho ollkers of tho court on hand to assist In turning the wheols of Justice Judge hell delivered a full complete and learned charge to the Grand Jury which Included a recital of tholr du ties In finding Indictments generally nnd In reference to the violation of election laws specifically Wo will Important cases as they are heard The following Is n list of tho juries OIlANI JUIIT N J Gusiiey Foreman Henry Cox D C Sanders C U Lcdfoid Robert Shearer Gosnoy Will S Embry W K Moss llcnly V Hastln S Hory G H Ruse Henry Arnold W R Cook IKTir avnv- Chun Ruble John M Duncan Greenlcaf R GPettus lieu South Sr Robert Price W B Lackey J S Johnson It L Burton Bright Herring Gco Broaddus V A Lear Kd Price K W Perkins Jerry Bland A I Rice Nit ban Hjgle Llsh Forbes A C Mlles Job blamed Louis Morgan J W Wuid4 IrtKlon peck T D Chestnu Tim visit Irg attorneys the Ural day were Henry Jacktion or Danville Judge M U iSiilliy and J N of SI unfold Oi Tuesday Ollle Ball confessed lo to the chiirgo of hiiroc stealing and the Jury fixed his punishment at live years III the penitentiary The case against Speed Mason for murder was continued Aaron Grunt gets three years In the peultentlaiy fur shutting S D Ruth wellCreed Turner was lined for Mrs George Wright died on riiornlnz otter a lingering Illness She was a worthy lady had many friends Exchange My division oTRju C D M will have an exchange tfie Post Olllce on Saturday April You can pre pare for a Sunday at little cost and help the best cause Mrs Captain A Superior Production The Interior Journal published an memorial relative to the character of the late Col T P Hill which was adopted by the Lincoln County liar It was written by Judge Haufley a warm friend of Mr Illll and It Is a production that would do credit to the masters It Is chaste In style pure In diction and enriched with all tine higher graces of composi thou We hope to have space to repro duce It Mr W I Burton Democratic nomi nee for Representative having resign ed former Senator George T Farris would gratify his numerous hero as well as In Garrard by annouuc log himself as a candidate fur the po sition Having made an able mid con sclentlous State Senator and being tho author of much legislation result ing In good to the people of his district It ices without saying that ho would make K model Representative In the Lower House and It Is the belief of the Advocate without detriment to the claims of any other aspirants that the people of Garrard could not do better than select him as thel standard bearer Kentucky Advocate Iris friends hero are proud of his and would bo glad to see him honored again Death Michael S Elkln was born In Shelby county Ky September 24th 1821 lie lived most of his lirA in that state Tile past 12 years ho has spent with his daughter Mrs Frank Craver of this city Ho was the father of 5 chil dren of whom Mrs Craver Is the only surviving child Ho passed away af ter a brief Illness of two days on 22 1000 Aged 84 years 4 months and 28 days Ho was a life long too Christian church Funeral was hold at 10 oclock on Wednesday morning and the remains Interred at Green Lawn Pratt Kan The greater part of his life WAS spent In thU county where ho has miiiy relatives and warm friends who are grieved to hour of his death Pay Ae Wo Go alto State Journal believes In pay log for what It wants and soiling Its space to nnv legitimate lien that wants to buy It Therefore It will do cline to accept passes hereafter to shows of any kind In exchange for space Manager J M Perkins of the Opera House agrees with us that this U the correct principle of business and hereafter will pay for notices of shows while we will pay for tickets to see thenv There aro many entertain outtldo of the tltcutro which wo would not go to for pay the pro moters of whirr think that they are entitled to tlio free use of the paper after they have grudgingly glean a couple o f coinpllmeiiturlfB That doseiit no any inure In this once Money U the only thing that printer will accept for pay and we must have It 9 pay Venom if N J it U S 850 assault t 3 otter town Win C Good Mends member of Republican 1II0lt8 Su says the UIconn auto Sanders Thursday ail urnett M record February 6UTTING HARROWS Vulcan Plows Plow Points We arc the people for your Plow Gear and Wagon Harness See the Haselden Back Band HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail Hardware THE PUBLICis Invited to visit my store and see the many pretty and useful things I have in stock and to which I am constant ly adding new and beautiful things in the way of Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattings and many other things It is a pleasure to us to show our goods Wall Paper and Wall Moulding fur nished in new and uptodate patterns on short notice J C ROBINSON i 1 EJF r S I fit 1 t I I I I Y i i AND i 1 f r r I ru e s a a Notlcel Lancaster Methodist church next Sunday 11 a m and 715 p m Sunday School 930 sharp Services by pastor Sermon series Overlooked Real Idea Morning subject The Un reconciled evening TheApathetic Removed Mr L L Sanders formerly a hust Unit merchant of Loyd has moved to Crab We regret to have such an up todate merchant leave our county but we teal that with the Im menso stock of goods he IS going to carry In Crab Orchard that his success Is assured Card Of Thanks I desire to express my sincere thanks to those who contributed funds mounting to 155 which was delivered to me by Mr 0 A Robinson to assist me In caring for my children In this my greatest bereavement Mrs Alfred Boner tho contests for tho best essays on tho life of Lincoln held In the Graded School Nancy Walker won the prize for the high school department Kate Holtzclaw fur Miss Fleetwoods room and Joseph Rogers for Miss Smiths room At somo time In tho future these papers may be printed In the HKCOIIU The Question I D Walker Informs us that a log on his farm got out of control and roll ed over Will Wallaco colored He said that the log was about two feet In diameter and twenty feet rolling over his cntlreJJody beginning at his feet Wallace a little sore and the lug Is minus the bark Next Extraordinary Sale Wo aro informed that W McO Johnson negotiated u deal wltliTltU burg parties for a large boundary of coal lands In Knox county for which ho codtructcd last spring at over 1100000 In excess of the cost price The selling price was over ono halt a million dullard Wo are glad to note time success Johnson as ho deserves It on his grit and energy- A Story The llKCOiin very properly Ignored the story In reference to the finding of large umi of gold and silver and untile dlamondsat Paint Lick tent front Danville because we knew It to bo a rake a RBCOUD man haying In vesUgatud It Such stories are an imposition on the credulity of time public and we mist on greater care In future 7 T account of Fake val 0 4 Orchard Conto t- In a- Ma the t General News Mrs W K Vanderbilt Sr has glean over 11000000 for the erection of tour model tenements for persons sulTerlnif from tuberculosis Mrs Millard two small children were burned to death In a fire which destroyed their home at Hun tersvllle Clinton county The lower house of the Arkansas Legislature passed the Uann State wide prohibition bill by a vote of 63 to 27 The bill now Roes to the Senate An alleged grafting plot said to In volve Chicago polltlcansof State wide Influence was responsible for the ap pearance of nearly 100 men before the grand jury in that city Chicago stilt remains the healthiest American city of more than 350000 according to Vile annual re port of the Chicago Health Depart merit Its death rate from all causes Is 1410 per 1000 The men on the bond of Beach liar Ills who Is charged with the murder of his rather Judge James Hargls ear rendered him to the Breathltl county otllcers and he was arrested and taken to the Jail at Irvine to await his ses oDd trial In April The first trial re sulted In a hunK jury A resolution was Introduced In the j Rouse by Representative Qalues of t Tennessee directing the Committee on Judlcarr to report a bill creating a Department of National Highways a member of the Cabinet The Lower House of Congress to raise the salary of time of the United States from 160 000 to 1100000 per year A bill wan passed however time Presidents salary at 75000 butt cuts oft the 125000 appropriation heretofore made for tho Presidents traveling A 150000 I necklace to Miss Jennie Crocker ot Ban Frt Cisco was stolen during tbe Gras ball given by Mrs dial Alexander at the Ban Francisco el Miss Crocker was one of 402 gu i Invited to the ball time list Including The thirteen Tennessee 8 mtoii who failed to answer rollcall jf morning thereby breaking a quorum aro still outside the States and the legislative Uogle continues The Joint session reeonvened yM torday without HccompltoblnK thing UealdN blocking the runaway Senators have In a MM sure sled up the fln ncUl waottlMrr of the State A xpproprlatUw4 w expire March 19 tad sitar that ikUs Kitson and JI I Inhabitants I and Good Roads to bo over by texp ncea pet b elogtng lint l all persona prominent hoc list Fri say IMII1 loa rlittle can be out pro ltlo IJ J I t r I f h 4 declined President i tk r virtually 11 until a sew Itp Malt ea aMsdt 3 Lancaster Steam Laundry has employed Eipert Laundry Force With Many Years of Exwience Give them a trial They Guarantee Satisfaction COURIERJOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Edr Is a National Newspaper Democratic politics It prints all the news without fear or favor j The regular price is 100 a year but you can if get the Weekly CourierJournal and the I I CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year For 150 3 If you will give or send your order this the CourierJournal lrv Daily CourierJournal a Year 600 Sunday CourierJournal a Year 200 mf5g We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily li or Sunday if you will write this paper I 2Q J I1 i 1 r Ir i t papernot m mQtmYffi1 GYG 61m1 tmtG G1 s- I 1 N THEN 1 1- lt b HIVcekly 1 i ti toe j Just Receiv a CAR LOAD OF Wire BECKER Marl tCoB- RYANTSVIU KY Agents for Moyer and Kauffuian Buggies WANTED Poultry and EggsH- ens llcts Ducks 10cts Turkeys 11 to 18ots Geese 6 to 7ots EGGS Junk of all kinds White Surgeon Graduate of tho Langshlro- V B College England 1809 Phono No 206 i- Lancaster Kentucky I I I WIIiill iiiiMiJ f I f I I BNorthcott jt I i Ii i I li ij I J U ij U r t- ed k- i i y t t Itttttttlltil l tlF0n60 I I t I l Ha tie i I t M 11 UUYANTHVILLE Miss Bertha Christopher was the week end guest of Miss Elizabeth Bryant Mr and Mrs John Peters of Mack vllle were with Mrs Josie Boner tbe last of the week Mrs Cbalinus Galleher Is from Lexington this week visiting home uf her farherC M Jenkins Mrs Wm Cook and mother of Lan caster spent Saturday with Miss Eliza Ison Mr John Johnston left a few ago for Plncvllle where be will en Kane In business Mr George Burke had the misfor tune of loslcg a tine mule by drowning WednesdayMr Rose Is home from Buonovllle Mr R D Moore was in Lexington the first of the week Miss Maude Martin entertained a number of her friends at Bridge on Thursday night Mr D Jenkins has returned to Georgetown after spending several days here with his father plimentary to the W H M Society of this place Mrs J 0 Bryant and Miss Katie Farlee spent Monday In Danville will he preaching here Sun day evening at 730 by Rev P J Ross In Love A dasblng young man who was deep In love wrote bis little bunch of sweet ness a letter as follows Dearest my love for you Is strong er tban coffee or the kick of a cow When I think of you my heart flops up and down like my mothers churn dasher and visions of doubt creep over my soul until I reel like an old cheese toe like young goats over a stable rout I feel as though I could lift myself with my boot straps to the belgbth church steeple As a gosling swim meth In a mud puddle so do I swim a sea of dellghtfulness you are near me My heart oscillates like a shaker in a funning mill and my eyes I will pine away like a poisoned bed bug and you will catch cold over my To Stock Men The Jlcoordis letter prepared limn ever or Horse card with or without the picture of your animal Prom M h r Two thousand torn of fish wt tent I of work v qr air den skippersSensations ot- a In countrytown LI up a ncat Jaold I rove tb There when gravel Ioget r Siberian i i CENTRAL RECORD 188URD WKKKLY 1100 A YKAR F S HUGHES EdrPubr tnltTtd at rat aped tn tanMlltr J StemdClail HaH Hattir Member Ky Press Association and Eighth District Publisher Lemur Lancaster Ky March 0 1909 For Political Announcements For Prtclnct and City Offices I 600 Offlcea 1000 For State and District Offices 1600 For per lino 10 For Cards per lino 10 publications In tho Inter estof Individuals expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 a i For County Calls It II Forall Pod Rate u e Democratic Ticket For State Senator 11 L Hubble For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Riblnson For Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Oeo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Illgglns For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J II Dunn Fur Magistrate District No 1 J P Dour co 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 pre fer a primary election M C SAUFLEY We are authorized to announce lion Chas A Hardin of Ilarrodsburg as a candidate for rcnomlnatloii for the office of Commonwealth Attorney for the 13Mi Judicial District subject to tbe action of tho Democratic party Tell us of the schools of any town or county and we will tell you of the criminal dockets and the citizenship of that place It has been truly said If you would keep people from crimp you muit educate them and tbe as sertloii has been frequently verltitd statistics It goes without saying that Lancaster Graded School under the superior management of Prof D W Bridges and his able faculty Is doing incalculable good not only the moral and Intellectual growth of this and coming generations but In the material and property values of the community The arguments published by him In a series of articles In the RKCOKD fa voting a new school building are ab solutely Irrefutable and It Is time that the Trusties were responding columns are open to them people would not be burdened the value of their property would be In creased the health and better ad vabcement of their children would be secured and they would make an In vestment that would exalt and besets fy life far beyond the rate of Interest generally realized It will be gratifying to the people of Kentucky and especially In this vicin ity to read the following quoted from Senator James B McCreary A few weeks after Congress adjourns I will return to Richmond Ky and my res idence will be in the State and county and town where 1 was born and reared and where I have so often been hon ored and whose people I love so well 1 shall occupy tho same home In which I have lived for many years I am sat isfied with my religion my politics and my home and I do not desire to change either and 1 shall stand ready to help my friends and shall always take an Interest In progress politics and education an1 In everything that will advance or benefit Kentucky to whose pet pie I shall always bo grate ful fur the cordial friendship and the hearty support extended to me for many years It the Congressmen want to do their printer constituency the tight thing they will put the government out ol the business of doing commercial printing We have been receiving for several days advertisements from the public printers offlco at Washington of how low It will print stamped It practically puts printers out of that kind of business and they are the only ones that the government singles out for competition It Is not right It Isnt fair and It ought to be stopped Kentucky State Journal This Is true as gospel The printers loss Is excess tax paid by him while no other business Is placed In competition with the government A petition U being asking lion 8 P Cochran to ccorae a candidate for representative if Qarrard county end Insisting that I ill nomination bo made He la a tried Democrat and a true man In social pnmercla and oWclal life having served faithfully u many places of public trust Ills loot service being D the LegUlalureJvvhere he Stasis record County Jennie I l I bye Ins C I b Our TU envelopes numerously signed l a spotless Our now President Is a day old and as wo wero at press during tier Inaug uration wo will tell of the Imposing ceremonies next Issue Wo are hope ful thatwo will have a Is sure It docs ns well as ho knows how to do wo will have Jus tlco dealt out like wo do In a Demo cratlo administration Tho democratic party is harmonious No wounds arc to bo healed and tho whole county ticket will win In it walk next November Tho horses entered for the race are truo and tried and no entries will bo made against them unless It be to bring a taw colts lute public notice with a view to try them again In some future That the Congress which adjourned yesterday did some good cannot be denied but much was left undone that might have been completed Too much time wasconsumcd In with the President and making many unnecessary appropriations the total of which will exceed two billions of dollars But tho Republicans aro responsible for It all Although polities seemed to creep Into the Farmers Institute at Eliza bcthtown much good will result from that and future meetings Farming Is a science that requires more brains and systematic practice than some of the so called learned professions Much Is being said of a law to pre vent carrying There but two remedies Make It a felony or stop the manufacture of them as we put them 16 a good use Guns will answer every purpose But few If any of Roosevelts pol ides went Into effect but many of them aro Rood and wo hope that they will yet become effective The Inauguration ceremonies were more brilliant and Impressive thin those at any previous event of the kind HT HElillON Mr F B Grow was the guest of Mr Edd Grow Sunday Mr U 0 Rains of Pink was ming ling with friends hero Sunday The little girl at 11 L Thompson has been christened Velma Grace Mr Isaac Duncan bought of Mr U O Montgomery a mare for 1100 Mr AS Dean bought of of Stone 12 bbls of corn at 1325 per barrelMr Philip McMllllan and wife of Boyle county were with relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan and little Murl in Lexington this week Mrs Lucy Montgomery who has been quite III for some week Is slowly Mr II L Thompson sold to Henry Smith and Guy Easly a cow and some hues for ISO Rev fulfilled his at this place Saturday afternoon and Sunday Miss Mullle Crawford of Buena Vista was with her aunt Mrs Chas Duncan Saturday night Messrs E Anderson and J E row delivered hemp at Lancaster Fri day at 15 and 1560 per hundred res pectively Mr and MrsJ M Vanderpool were called Saturday to the bedside of their little grand son Guy Vander pool at Lexington Misses Pearl Sanders Alpo Snyder and Llnnlo Preston of Stone were with Mesdames Sam Duncan and II R Montgomery a few days Nor Death In Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Ida Soper to face death Fur years a severe lung trouble gave me Intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies tolled and doctors said I was Incurable Then Dr KlngsNew Dis covert brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled In twelve years Mrs Soper lives In Big Pa It works won dors In Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and all Bron chlal affections GOo and 11 00 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by R E McRobertK 1m lIUtiKKlTB Mrs R I Burton has been on the sick list Mr J 0 Bogle Is suffering Intensely from sprained wrist Cecil Broaddus was In Louisville last week buying ills spring goods Mrs Emma Manfgrd and little daughter Revs Ray of Frankfurt have been visiting relatives here Miss Llnnle Preston of Stone was the guest of Misses Lucy and Jennie Dlckersun Fflduy The many friends of Miss Ruth Ray aro glad to know she la able to be out againOn Friday of last week the correspondent was layered by a nail from our editor Mr F H Hughes his visors Mr Ware McRoberln which was by chance buy much ap predated Mrs Wesley King died at her home n Madison count Saturday and the remains were Interred In the Buckeye metery Sunday afternoon She eaves a husband and six children to mourn their loss besides a host of floods and relatives The bereaved LISTS the sympathy of ho con nuulty sorvative One JuPgo Tart race quarreling weapons are never Llm Cobb Burdette are recovering W S Taylor appointment Sher- e Old and fatally administration thin a concealed I Ire Buckeye R UNION Mr E H Walker has been very III lamp Archer Is preparing to erect i 12 aero tobacco barn Elijah Creech baa sold his tarn It F Pnrsjn Mr Creech has Into one of H K llcrndons nausea Tho ten months old baby of John Hawley died after a lingering and was burled at String Town Com otervi Mr and Mrs R M McQuorry vl Iced relatives at Cartcrstllle Sundai Miss S E Hammack one of the business women In the state has re turned selling goods at the old stand Fado Parks of Proachorsvlllc Sunday with friends here Win Parson and family of Bad Creek visited his father Sunday Mr Robert Gastlncau and family p Hyattavlllc wore guests of his brother Lee Uastmeau Sunday Miss Katie Clark of Cartersvllle I spending the week with her sister Mrs R M McQucrry- licgardlcsi of rumors there line been any smallpox here only mumps There were a few cases at one house In the Flatwoods but they have sheen well for weeks It Saved Hla Lag All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson Watertown WIs Ten years of eczema that 16 doctors could not cure had at last laid mo Then Bucklciis Arnica Salve cured sound Sad well Infallible fur Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bolls Fover Sores Burns Scald Cuts Piles 25c at R E McRciberts 1m Loyd Mr William Tester Is reported III at this writing Mr Lem Teater Is able to be gain Mrs Sim Ray and family spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mrs Nannl nay and family Mr Henry Ray and bride were of her parents Mr and Mn James Simpson Sunday Mr and Mrs Dock Simpson Sunday night with Mr James Simp sou and family Miss Mary Lee Layne spent data with her brother Felix Layne Mr Jess Ray has returned home af ter spending a part of tho winter with hiscousin Mr Ollle Layne Mr Ollle Layno has returned III after spending a part o the winter with Firs Foster William Adams lost a very tine Saturday night of lock Jaw Mr Harrison Hurt of Jessamine spent Saturday Highland Sunday with Mr Rube Hurt Mr Henry Ray and Miss Amy Simpson both of this county wer united In marriage at the brides bom last Wednesday 24th at 3 p in Th marriage ceremony was performed b the Rid Tinder Following the wed ding the party went to the room where a reception was tendered to the guests Mr and Mrs went to their new home Monday PAINT LICK II L Francis left Tuesday morning to spend few days In Lexington Rev E W Light of Comings Ga has been called as pastor of Mount Ta bor church at this place to succccc Rev Otis Hughson lion W C Wynn and G B Todd left Tuesday to attend the Inaugura lion Mr Todd will also visit hit brother N of Washington Prof Ben Evans who Is teaching a private school at the home of J A Todd near hero will closo a must suc cessful term next Friday March 6th The many friends of Oscar Parks of Lowell are very sorry to hear that he has pneumonia but wish him an early recoveryDr W Ogllvie of Princeton Is visiting relatives In the county this weekEight men and boys walked to Pey tontown seven miles above here afternoon to the wreck which occurred on tho south bound passenger train They started game but and stiff at the Christian church Saturday night by Mrs Beauchamp which was highly entertaining and true was well attended After the lecture she organized a W U T U Just received another Car Load of LaPort We handle only first class Buggies such as KauffmantLaPort and Moyer Also a medium line Paint Wck Kentucky to moved illness best spent not up It Skin and rep up the spent several to his mulbnr Rosa mule ills udcle a E Todd returned The lecture BUGGIES D L TI guests Norm rl Bay Sundae sore Hamao Why Not Be An Artist in every detail of your judgment your decision to use nothing hut our Red Star Coali- n the future markcs you as ono capable of keen discrimination LANCASTER Lancaster Kentucky A Feeling Of t L MB M CID OOOOOOOOOc OOC ooocOOOOCM iiIiiiIii iI I j Securitywill Carriage from us Everyone who hits bought from us knows this to be a fact but we want you to know it as well Hence this advertisement Wont you call W J ROMANS IiH MtnuWnjI THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEMY IrciUcit J I STORUES Tics Prtit S C DEW Cithlir J F Robinson Asst Caihr- B T Embrjr nook keeper Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson Jfhn E Stormw S C Dcnnr J 10111 W I William D lit KCTO liS Safety Deposit Bom Kentfor I Solicit Your BusinessWe BRIGHTEN UP Paper your room up fresh Our Spring stock of 2 WALL PAPERis arriving and it is pretty and cheap R E Big Auction Sale Clothing Ladies Cloaks Shoes which we will sell every Saturday afternoon until the goods arc disposed of Sale begins at 1130 and closes promptly at 330 We must close these goods out in or der to make room for our Handsome Spring R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky JiIIIT iJ I I IDRUGGIST ON J f b r I t blue 4 Luuea w s tMa a ww 3 5+ + Sco our Roofing before buying Guaranteed for 5 7 and 10 Years Something New in I Disc Harrows I See them before buying aJ Studebaker Wagons Oliver Plows Syracuse Plows Vulcan Plows 8 50 Mount Co 1 I rw i lirrrt I I 17 1 I m r I Ln h III f11 Y c c J R II 11rrwliffil OgJ h I P A EEAZLEyl fYi h I waifM e PN 61 f8 r U a A t Arterial ud CYUy o Jill soot UNDIIRTAKBR Embalming oa alums FULL LINE OF CASKETS AXU IIURIH ItonES ALWAYS IN STOCK I h IUW W r THE j WE I HANDLE COAL throws ofT more heat than the inferior kinds and why There is n reason for everything It is because our coal is free from clinkers and burns freely It gives n clear bright fire niul the coal is entirely consumed Ior further particulars see us Correct weight price and cor rect treatment always Flour and Field Seeds BANKS HUDSON I correct V d V W WAy y y IwMANM J J nnIVALKalIPreetdenL J S JOHNSON Vko Prcafc M ORGANIZED I88- jTlju CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of IANCA8TKR KV J SURPLUS I S D P HUDSON Cashier W O KtuNRY AsVt ruhr 0 D WALKICU nookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garcia Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson H F Hudson J J Walker TM Arnold Alex 01 bin Lewis L Walker C A Arnold M I CUTL I u v n CURE Even ourGrandfothens1 knew what LINIMENT will do A CONVINCING PROOF- of Iho worth of n inodlolno In tho onroa it cnn effect ono who him Band llallarJa Snow Llnlmont knows that it will 11r r M RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOINTS UUUNS NHUMAUIIA CO f RACT D MUSCLUS AND ALL PAINS USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YDARS flottlo Richmond Ho wrltosj Tills la to certify that I havo your for ton rhoninntlmn luinu buck oto und In aria it has ruuUorou iuimodlato rollul anti satisfaction Avoid rill Substitutes Three Sizes 2Sc 50c 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 000 502 North Second Street 8T LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by R E McROBERTS y r L 4 t sum B mani v a r Gossip About v v v A Odd Mention of Comings Oolnji tyThoM Wt Art In Senator larrls was nt homo Sunday Mr J lf Kennedy of Hlclimunil was hero this week Murray Smith of Hlclitnond was n recent visitor In our city Duke Ooodloc of Hprlnuflolil was a visitor In our city this week L Klkln of Versailles was hero this week visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Ja I Hamilton have rcturnod from a visit to Memphis Miss Julia HlgKlnaof Richmond Is Miss Annie Hcrndon Rev 0 P Bush Is at homo after a visit to his parents In Clark county Miss Katie Leo Denny Is In Rich mond tho Misses Miller MM Emma Hush If In Richmond vlsltlmt Mr and MM Clarence JIush Miss Dove 11 Harris of Danvllle Is with her sister Mrs 8 II Anderson Miss Lena Rl ncy Is In Richmond James I Walker Mr and Mrs R II liaison are mak lug a stay of several days In Clncln oath Miss Nora Francis Is tho guest of her niece Mrs laugh Mason of faint Lick Rev Yandall of Stanford has been a recent Kueitt of ltev and Mrs C 0 Brown Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond he guest of Lancaster friends tho past week Mrs Edna Francis Is vlalllng her daughter sirs George Hallow of Richmond Allco llltfney gave a candy pulling to some of her little friends one after noon recently Mesdames James R Klnnalrd and Emma lllxulnhotlmm were visitors In Danville last week Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis arc at homo from a visit to Mrs Nan tile Jones of Danville Elder U W Dick of Lexington was the guest Saturday and Sunday of tin W I Williams MIss Holla Arnold hiss returned from a pleasant silly In Cincinnati Indian apolis and Anderson I ml The Embroidery club met Thursday afternoon nt this home of Mrs Ed C Gulncs on Richmond street Mrs J I Paxton and little son of Stanford have been recent visitors of Mr and Mrs AC Robinson Mesdames D rcas Walker and Gen Robinson arc at home after a visit to Mrc Thomas Slavln of Danville Mr J D Mardlow an old soldier win died In lulu Illinois was an mule or Mrs S II Kites of this place There were services at tho Presby tartan church Friday night prepara tory to in Sunday morning Miss Elizabeth Anderson was called homo from Louisville Saturday by tho death of her father Mr S II Ander son A Rood likeness of Garrards eftlclent Superintendent Miss Jennie HlgKlns appeared In Saturdays Courier Jour nalMr Jesse Walden and lit tic IICof Danvlllo were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs 0 W Ander son Mr and Mrs John S UauRhman of Danville attended the funeral and burial of their cousin Mr S II An dorson W A Arnold ono of Garrards most enthusiastic fox hunters Is distressed very much over the death of one of his District Manager of theO W I M has gone to His tonvlllo and Somerset on business fur that organization Tlio following Lnncasterlnns left Tuesday on the Uradley Special for the Inauguration Washington City Postmaster W T West and 0 D Powell Time following birth announcement cards have been sent out Virginia Pearl Walker born job ruary 25 loot Mr and Mrs Alexander Wulkcr Mr and Mrs W II Collier and little daughter of Crawford Tenn smith Charlie Collier and wife of Fork Ridge Tenn are with Mr and Mrs James 11 Collier Miss Scotia Petty and her brother Mack have returned from a visit tu their mother In Illinois Miss Scotta has accepted a position with tho Jo seph Mercantile Company Anna Shlverly tram Rosen thaiSloan Millinery house of Hi Louis will have charge of tho department and Miss Jennie Ilardln of Decatur 111 will bo man ager if Sirs Alex Walkers Millinery Store on Danville street this season Captain William Ilerndon of Lan castor was In tho city Thursday tu some business In this circuit court Cunt llerpdou U ono of tho loading lawyers In this section of thy state He U an FUll county man by blrUii and like other citizen from tiers thinks Gstll the garden opal rue worldTUlchroond Oluia L 17 L the and O 1 Mr J the kuca1 or guest ot allllMrs wall AI rand and Mrs sums favorite ElkIn Mrs every of J the visiting dugs MlsaSallle trimming attending An Important Question Whal provision will bo made for the County high School pupils during tho next year Tho law that the County Hoard shall levy tho ncccMary tax not to exceed twenty cents on tho taxable property of tho county for tho purpose of cBtaullsnlng a County High or they mnycontract with Lire Hoard of any existing thigh School for tho nccommodallon of all pupils who have finished tho common school course There ate now III tho Lan caster Graded School soma twenty pupils who llvo outside tho school dis trict Next year they will bo entitled to free tuition These twenty five pu pus pay now 760 toward maintaining our school Thcro will U In addition to these some twenty five others or moro who will take advantage of tho provision of the now law Now Limo question arises shall we say to the County Board that wo will make provision for your pupils for a reasonable compcn atlon or must we say that we am already crowded and cannot take your pupils A conference with tho County Hoard makes me be hove that this Hoard will mako a levy of hive cents prospective pu ells next year This would Increase the revenue for our school some 000 Ono additional teacher will cost about 11000 This will leave a toward arranging rut manual training Including elementary culture a subject tho Importance of which will be stressed In an article to follow this If we agree to take the county wo must have moro room If we refuse to take Uiem wo lose a number of pupils who arc nOw paying us I7CO a year and we also lose tho prospect additional revenue which would en able us to strengthen our faculty and extend tho course of study In time courso of four years there ought to be 100 pupils from the county In regular attendance In addlllon to the pupils within this district Of these per haps fifty would be boarding pupils These fifty would spend In Lancaster at the lowest estimate ICO yearly a total of 17600 Then as a business proposition thirty thousand dollars Invested In a school building and qulpmcnls olTers a better return than almost any other enterprise If any one may be skeptical let limn to write to town which maintains good public schuols and ask of their worth to the town In enhancing the valuo of Its property It seems to me that Lancaster can not afford longer to disregard the ques tion jf school Improvement Almost all the neighboring towns have recent ly erected modern school buildings During the year more than a dizen new High School buildings will be erected In tho mountain counties County High Schools have within the last three months been established In the counties of Knox Laurel Holland Whltlcr The law Is Imperative rue County Hoard must take action to have things In readlncsi by March 1010 It Is to the Interest of both time county at large and to Lancaster to plan fur tho erection of a building which will meet the needs of both Not to do so means a lass of a put of what we now have to du so means a better school for our own pupils with no Increase In time cost of maintaining It Very truly yours D W Bridges Principal Lancaster Graded School 4 Explanatory Time following letter Is published at the requestor Mr G W Elam belnir In answer to written by him to Judge Referring to public mutter we cheerfully publish It Mr G W Elam Flatwoods Ky Dear Sir Your letter of tho 29th of January Is received I reply at once without hesitation or In ref erence to time course shall pursue with regard to the selection of Juries In case I shall be elected Circuit I can only say that It was my Invari able custom when I formerly held this cilice to specially Instruct time commissioners who are appointed by law to select Jurors to select only sober discreet und inlelllRent men from all parts of tho county and to do so without regard to their politics or religion or tno place whore they live If the commissioners obey these In structions tho courts bound to have the best men In the county of locality This saute plan I shall pursue If I am elected A square deal to every man who has business In court and equal regard to every sect ion of the county should bo tho guid hog principle of every Judges ofllclal course I cannot promise to bo a wiser Judge than anyone else but I can promise to be Impartial so far as I know how to be 1 recognIze tins lo bo the first duty of every judicial ofllccr Jurors are selected by jury who are appointed by the Judge and If I um elected to time onlce of circuit Judge 1 shall appoint com mlssloners who understand their duty and I shall Instruct them to select Juries from nil parts of tho county from rich and poor alike provided only that they are Intelligent situ honest Yours respectfullyM Tho Lurid Glow Of Doom was seun In tho red face hands and body of tho little sou of II M A damn of Henrietta Pa UU awful plluht fruit eczema hud for five years dolled all remedies and bullied the best duo tore who said the poisoned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him Hut writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Hitters com pletely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Hloqd Disorders aril Rheumatism KIcoUlo Hitters Is supreme Only lieu Quar nteed by R B Iin I nays for a fifty I 2 or- an one Saul y reserve 1 Ncn bert School five balance a rl pupils any Judge are regardless commissioners Business Items llflKi fur cheap itro ffci 3531 Bring your produce Cash or groceries r Fresh fish every FArlajmnd Satur day T H 26tf- Fullons Pride canned the best on tho market all Simpson Fine line of groceries itltatton ft Irui lior Phono CO QulpR service 16 3t Try some of our canned our private label I have two nlc ly fu for rent to pars Orders taken for Lftdl Journal and nit other 22041 Wo have an experience butcher to handle our meats Frather 3 C 3t Wo havo In stock sonic them GUI wSlmpson 3631 For Sal Or Rent Six room cotlagJ base ment now two acres of land on Crab street Call Joe S Haftelden Rank or Henry Kuhlman fct Lowell 2 124t For SaU 1 Do Laval 435 Craum Semirator 2 Incubators and 2 Reversi Disc Plow Hoot cotfnty white seed corn Moss 220 4t Phone 164 F Ettray As I was coming Stanford Monday u steer got lhlo bunch Ilv proving paying costowncr can Steve Hills 2 miles east of Hyattsvllle 21031 S C Rhode Island Reds I have Cook lralns of above slock bred from winners Eggs guaranteed to well reasonable 13 A lull 220 St Phono G Hvattsvllle All persons having clalma against tho estate of r deceased will please properly proven lo L 2 20 41 Lancaster Kv GILES bits W T Teater Is very sick at this writing Riley Davis bought a horse from Floyd Reynolds price 150 Gen Reynolds bought a young horse from Forest Stapp for Welba the handsome llttlo son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Is very sick at this writing There will bo preaching at the the Urst Saturday night and Sunday In March everybody Invited There Is a great deal more land plowed fur tobacco than was ever known before A great many beds have been prepared to sow the seed as soon as the ground Is dry enough TEATEHSYIIiLE Mr N K Bogie bought a horse from Ashby Arnold for 1150 Rev Uush and wife spent Sat urday night with Mr N K Bugle and familyMr J R Pierce bought a pair of mules from Mr Bruner of Jessamine 1265Mrs Walker spent time latter part of lust week with relatives In LancasterMiss Bogle has been time pleasent guest of her sister Mrs O K Simpson Mr and Mrs Samuel Cotton enter tained the following Guests Monday Mrs IC Warner Miss Nell Bourne of Lexington Mrs J B Bourne Misses Ida Leo and Allene Bourne of McCreary Mrs Wm Simp son and T Hoover of this place All Serene A country correspondent for a Ken tucky once found himself In tho mountains of that State look Ing for Items of Interest lo his lour There aint a bit of news said one farmer All down this way are too busy with their to think of else Fume crops title year eh asked the correspondent Couldnt bo better assorted the farmer I oughter be In my Held now I would be only I come to seo tho coroner The coroner hes wanted to hold an In quest on a couple of fullers In our placeAccident I reckon not Ran Morgan aint do that by accident I He got Jim brother Tom with two shots Quito have an In quest though What led to the There want no tight Ran never glvo the other tellers any chanct to make It a fight Jes hid behind a tree an give It to em as they come along lias Run baen arrested No Whats the use Some o the Jeffords people come along burned down Runs house snot him an his wife an set tire to his barn No Ran aint been arrested Jut 1 aint got time to stand beau tnlkln to you Got to git back to my havestIn But there aint any news down our way Harper to Hadn 3 IS OIf ro fult nil fide Oil led rooms Its nod refer coca apply to Ilea 33tt Home m D nJo Brown CoLt II eserved 1 bl k rlespeach CHI pineapples ana lit rOm s nd hi p 13 Notice Grl pre me W F Executor a Ill Lick ICY or L Walk r 1225 01 W or Stanford Mrs S n newspaper crops anything an lu anI his Jlf anythhlhappenalU 1 lOU know Weekly 36 goi minder Simpson Sall Mrs Inzs with ood logs d 0 atlonai Hr mid an Ca Prices ant amp Davis Chapel flu Yes nutlmin like 2 I L Irut W C Firs Yin IWl W 0 Kimpir fuller PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I fI I I e r Woods Wo offer you fair with ovory accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment OArlTAT 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 M COY RU ARNOLD ROOUYM J 8 BURROWS J B WOODS K LWOOD- 8WOriflll WCWYMN UllIalORfllI Our Customers fro Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Capital Stock 5000000- RE McROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton a Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DA Tin tin Asst Cashier R Elltlti Book Keeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank Biaiiiy HASELDEII INSURANCE Farm Property a Speoialty Pay Cash Without Discount 57 Years an Agency 17 Leading CompaniesOff- ice National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 Big Combination Sale OF HIGH CLASS Business Horses Stallions Jacks To be Held at Hustonville Ky March 24 and 25 19Q9 Write for entry Blanks Entries close March loth The Uonville Combination Sale Co- HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY J B Walker is the East Buying Goods and will show the HftNDSOJWEST LINE Of READY TO WEAR ever shown in Central Kentucky J B WALKEE RICHMOND KENTUCKY THE POX STUDIO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock Those who come in the noon will avoid the afternoon tush 4 Photos finished up in every style reasonable prices Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO II r L I R- J nowin II I I I 1 1 tore at r f i w s a i I i i n t 1l s I i 4 I a t t e Y 1 CARDS I- J I 1 rl- j t a SUssSlN45- 1111eNis11e eauOe+ JR W Morrow Graitnato uintolaitO- laiiek ruled Ballifncllon liiiuntccit Hughes Swinebroad REAL sTATE Sell Farms on low CotntuUsIou Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Office Hour Office over B am toil I p m lo 4 Stormc Drug Store B F WALTJ3R DENTIST Lancaster KyPhone 05 M K Denny DENTIST Office over Mlit Arnold1 Mlllluerjr J TINSLEY County Office corner Lexington St and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 10 Ed Q Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE ANCASTBR KENTUCKY HI White Barber- In Town Agent for Danville Steam Laundry North ilde or Public Square UR A 5 PRICE will practice Dentistry at his Ulchmoiid ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS rch3 Cattle hogs sheer 479 8415 lit 19 m CATTLEi Shipper Extra Butcher itreri extra flood to choice Common to lair Itelfcn extra Common to fair Cowl Qocd to choice Common lo lair Canneni unite balocnai CALVES extra 45 00 ft 15 625 6 75fl 00 4 V9G5 a 40 4 at 5 35 6 CO 4 VV3Sii 3ixXS 10 4 M500 4 25 4 75 a 60 4 15 jungsoo 3 764 jj 4 40SOO 8M Common ami Urge s ou8 00 11008 jnooj packcrt and butcher 0I85M- lxtdpaclier 6SVB6K- Btail I 00ftlO Commou to choice heavy tat sows 4 7B d to Mbt ihlppen s ftu BSO Ibi auU leu 4 8S 5 C- OBlIEEl1 extra BKXsSSM- GooOto choler 4 V400 to fair i DU4 U LAUdS Ditrv 7 00 7 75 1 7 oo7 CO Common to fair 6MX30U Farm and Stock COMING EVENTS Lancaster Fair July 2830 Kentucky Association In May KetitUcky Dairy Cattlo Club March 12tli at Lezlputun Kentucky Htato Fair at Louisville September 13th to 18th II L Francis of Paint Lick sold a saddle stallion at Lexington fur 1000 J in W Hill of McCrcary sold to Floyd Curtis of Paint Lick a three mar old lack for WOO liy vrowlnu and feeding more leg on the farm the amount ot groin necessary fur Is loss U richer and consequently still Im proves more rapidly The great point lies In the tact that the legume draw practically all their nltroKvn from the air Distribution of seed corn to tho of the State with Idea of I InprovInK the yield by thu Ooqjwlsslouer of Agriculture and far any p rt o Mute c n oil ttlH the corn upon complying with H Surve or rllONE mJ It I Recel i Joo4J I Fat hilll ylr O73825 H 6 com Good fleet tattlo t 1 the manure tar uir the has begun I l 1 r It I 1iis k k II l- kG iiou sO- nly t t hone II V rwee1eaeooooe- ii i y seoeeeoeeeeeeeeeaooeoeo 4 II t Shipment i choice I extra L I I l togood I r Pig 1 bcholte t i I I woes red I lie phew the laid down by the Department of Agriculture Kentuc ky Advocate Dean Ilros of Nlcholasvllle sold to II Clay Hamilton on Monday last Uoltocrat a registered stallion with n record of 221 Mr Hamilton will stand the horse thin year un Avenue a Kino Fox No 74 13 1 better In Ken champions ItKtlio sJiowjiiiK end at the milk pulp Will to serve L service with At my Avenuoln LancnR tcr Ky GU Swlnebroad MO tf Th pufrilcsalo of Bcrkshlrcs hole by y SCorsa at White nail Illinois this week was one of the brat hold this year Forty flea bred sows were sold at an average of 177 The top price was paid for Dukes Unlce 2d sired by Baron Duke 60th Sin was bred to Masterpiece Five six months old boar pigs were also sold at an average of IUO the top price being 1160 Farmers Home Journal Winchester Democrat No actual efforts have yet teen mode to pool the tobacco crop of 1000 and reports from various local papers are very contra dlctory When the delegates from the various counties met here recently must of them thought the pool for 1000 would bo easily effected From other siurcrs we hear that those who stood out before and secured good prices will do so again while those who bore the burden of the tight are not disposed to make the light again for the benefit of those who vlll not assist Work on the matter will gin before lung however and then we shall know The Fiscal Court Saturday certl lied claims to the State Auditor for over one thousand dollars for sheep killed by dugs It Is not known whether or not these claims will be paid out of the money already col lected as drag tux or whether they will wait and lake chances on the tax es for JOCO Something over lIve hun dred dollars worth were certified at a further meeting and these were paid In full with some money left Must of this has been paid over to the Au ditor by Sheriff Hampton and may have been turned over to the school fund If these claims are to be added to those of 1000 and with the reduced receipts from the dog tax they will be greatly reduced and we doubt If the holders will receive more than fifty per cent of their face value Winches ter Democrat Feeding Whole Grain Experiments upon this subject are out numerous but the results are emphatic In three trials with horses grinding Increased dlgestlblll ty of corn and oats from 3 3 per cent to 14 per cent In one trial with wheat there was a gain of 10 per cent In digestibility In one with corn grinding Increased digestibility 7 Bulletin 242 of the Michigan Station offers some exact data upon the subject of feeding whole grain to cows hollers and calves When whole corn was fed to cows 22 per cent was masticated when fed to heifers 10 per cent when ted to calves 0 per cent Chemical analysis showed no change In composition of the un masticated parts so It Is a safe as gumption that the animal derives no benefit from grain that passes throngh the digestive tract unaltered The germinating power of the grain pass Ing through was greatly affected though not entirely destroyed The conclusion Is that whole grain fed to dairy cows and Heifers Is a wasteful practice Seldom will the expenses of grinding equal the waste Grinding facilitates rapid and thorough diges Lion and consrquently should be In great favor with dairymen Kentuc ky Farmer At Berea Dr R A Tarry the great evange list and his corps of assistants will ar rive In Berea on March 0 for a series of revival meetings lasting five days Dr Torrey will be accompanied by the Rev Win t5 Jucoby Dr Palmer the choral leader and the pianist All of these have wide experience In revi vals and together constitute a most efficient corps of workers Dr Torrys visit to Berea conies as a lilting sequel to that of Dr Chap man and Mr Alexander last fall In these two visits these two leading world evangllst have endorsed Bereas wcrk each making only very few stops In the state The good efforts of the Chapman and Alexander meetings will long bo felt hero and oven thing are expected this coming series Not en Ape for Details This In an ago of brevity The world Is tou busy to go Into the mln utla or redundant details of passing events How U this Speaking of the price of eggs a gentleman said I can tell you This morning my phono tang I uroso walked to the pleurae and answered It My wife was at the phone and asked me tubrlng a dozen etrgs home when I came to din ner a It was raining I my umbrella went to a grocery store und asked the price of eggs 1 was Informed that they were worth 26 cents a dotin 1 told him to count Ie did no put them In a paper suck handed them to nu and I handed ftltn two dimes and a nickel used 103 words when ho might Imva said In words I paid twen cants today For Quick Job Ci l 43 I f I i p I cnJoM Not bred DIRccndee iron uug brae owed approved a at time to privilege barn on 1030 boo percent we like Chum out u dux7n six tsars llerriu Airy urseyb lucky u COWS crash n Hatn Ito S obtained greater gob Work t a Rural Mill Delivery Benaflte Enor moue The Inconceivably enormous sum represented by butonoof the elements comprising the material benefits con ferrcd by rural delivery may bo con Jocturcjl from the computation con talncd III statement submitted Iho Posit nice Department by J II McUllnlock postmaster nt Phoenix ArBinn There nro four rural route out if Phoenix which trnvcncx the rich Salt Rivet volley or Arizona and Mr McCMntock nays that it a vulti at Ion of II per day for n farmers thou team tliotlmo consumed by a tarmac coming to town onto a week fur ills mall and using halt for that purpose Iud spending Then trip 25 cents fur cigars and other trifles represents a loss of 225 foci trip or an annual loss of 1117 Upon title bi sis master MuCllntock consider that there Is an annual saving of 101 700 to the 870 farmers who are served by rural delivery from ills office Assistant Postmaster General De Graw ho believes that Postmaster McCllnlocks estimate represents a conservative average saving to each head of family served by rural dolly err and that If to the 4000 000 heads of families now being served In the United Stator would represent an mutual saving to them of 000There are other savings and mater al benefits resulting tram the of rural delivery lo which brief reference may bo made It Is shown by reports which have been received at the Posti fllce De partment that since Iho Introduction of rural delivery the value of firms rural routes has Increased In some as much as 45 cent and that the average Increase In such farm values haw been 25 pertertt A good portion of tiles Increased val ue Is directly attributable to rural de livery and represents annular enor mous sum of money Furthermore by reason of the tact that patrons of ru ral delivery now receive dally market reports and newspapers advertising bargains In commodities they are en abled to get the highest market price for their farm products and pay the lowest prices fur the necessities which they require Tile gain and saving thus Effected must be very largo and the total amount of the money value of the material benefits conferred on patrons of rural delivery embraces an amount of such vast proportions as wholly beyond comprehension A member of the House of Repre sentatives who has made a study of Ihe benefits derived by farmers through Die agency of rural delivery pas submitted figures which show that In his opinion the Increase In values due to that service aggre gates at least f60000000 Directory Lancaster Lodge No 104 F A M meets second and fourth Tuesday night In each month at 700 oclock In lodge room third story over Citizens National Bank Sojourning brothers cordially Invited to attend Thus Wherrllt Secty F P Frlsble W M Lancaster Chapter No 60 R A M meets third Tuesday night In each month In Masonic lodge room third story over Citizens National Bunk So jourulng companions cordially Invited to attend Thomas Wherrlll Secty W O Rlgney II P Franklin Lodge No 7 I O O F meets every Monday night at 7 oclock In lodge room over GUI Simpsons store Odd fellows vlslllng In the the city cordially Invited to attend J A Buazley Seoty J E Nevlus N G Garrard Lodge No 20 K of P meets every Thursday night In Odd fellows lodge room over GUI Simpsons store Visiting Knights cordially In vited to attend K of R S J B Lawson C C AliKHlIUliTI Mr Jilt Dunn of Lexington cam over Saturday to spend several days with his family Mrs Jeff Dunn spent Monday with her parents Mr and Mrs John K West at Lancaster Mrs Wm Broaddus Is quite sick at this writing Mrs Kelly Hogg has been suffer ing Intensely fur the past two weeks from the tffocU of accidentally drink lag from a can containing concentrat ed lye She Is reported better at this lime but Is still confined to her Jed Miss Nancy Woods and two brothers Masters Elmer and Chester are attend Ing the spring school taught by Miss Ison at BryunlHvllle Messrs Henry and Stove Durdette recently left for Bilnsvllle Indiana to make an extended visit to their urolher Mr John Burdelto of that placeMr M F Rout has been III fur the past tow day During the past month which on the main was tou Inclement for farm work necesullttllng a past time fur the mOil who would collect In Jorge around the genial tiro at the store exchanging Ideas on faun and discussing the Interesting of no between each Chaw new Ideas were born and funned for spring work the smoke from the cob pipe giving Inspiration to the whole most of conversation was Ihtt electric railway a number expressing a tu give the way one iniu was so tic over getting road said If uecr wry 1 move my dwelling house fuel sure Ihe would have no trouble In constructing toad through thu part country tot a says 18 000 establishment reality J Joseph lumbers lei ot our feud f Iu Instances tbs lode work e Inflict onti the s a a A FARMERS COLUMN Specs below ltd Suiting U for eelu of onr farmer itibicrll eri and l or the i1 of dock train and inch thlnit on farm at the lamer cannot altord to line No notice will be accepted over four Hun sad will l only In two IHIIM of II rro an free of chaise Fur Halo 10 shout wclKhlnit about 100 Ibs each J 0 Conn nave gaud mixed balled hay for Raid U Lcavcll Dryantavillc I have a good milk cow calf for solo U L Elkin I represent Knoxvllle Nugjry 168 Hhcrllo Kills I to buy a good Jack Mark Goons Ky I x second land 1 Inch Stude baker fur sale Will soil worth I ho money J T Henry 1 can furn lull on short notice Huff Orpliliitfton eggs train pure stock Phone 271P Morgan 1 have an extra KWK work mule for sale Price reasonable Salem Wal lace Sr Paint Lick Ky 1 have 10 acres of new tobacco land for rent will furnish barn with land Phone ITS W Q Anderson IIUENA VISTA James Splllman of Harrodburir wan a visitor here last week A little sun arrived at LIfo home Mr and Aim Sid Poor the 24 Mr and Mrs Joe Drown of Mercer have been Mm J U RobinsonMiss Christopher was hostess to about fifty of her young friends last Thursday evening Theo flood of Dlx river slightly dam aged the mill of C Kennedy llc pairs wero at onto made and mill Is In running order again Mrs Elizabeth Ison who narrowly escaped asphyxiation In Chattanooga recently Is recuperating at the home of her fatherinlaw Mrs Rosa Preston who died of fever at her sisters Mrs Geo Sherrows In Cincinnati was burled hero last Tuesday beside her husband at burying mound A large audience greeted Mrs Beau champ at Drowns Chapel last Friday evening She delivered one of the best lectures ever given In this section At the close of her lecture she organized a W 0 T U which will hold Its tint meeting Sunday Miss Florence Christopher attended the MohonSplllman wedding at Lon dun Wednesday evening Miss Mo bon Is well mown here and the groom until a short while ago was a resident here Congratulation from scores of friends Kill WouldB Slayer A merciless murderer In Appendi citis with many victims Hut Dr Kings New Life Pills kill It by pre vention They gently stimulate atom ach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that cur lug Constipation Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion E McKobcrts 1m Carl Boaln Is very low with at tills writing Mr and Mrs Charles Napier were the guests of Mr and Mrs G Ballen Saturday night Mrs R II sick list this week Rev F P Bryant filled his regular appointment here Sunday Uncle Jjhn K Roberts one of our oldest residents has been tonllned to room for the past two weeks Mr G B Allen was In Mt Vernon Tuesday on business Mr and Mrs Caleb Robinson were guests of her father and mother Mr Bud Mrs Smith Saturday sad Sunday Miss Lottie very low of Typhoid fever Mrs J u Curter Is to her toom must all the tuna Mr Jacob Joseph anl Mr Joe Has olden were In Cartcruvlllo Wednesday Mr showed Mr Joseph the Lodge rooi5 and Paraphernalia Ho pronounced the best he ever saw In a country lodge and said ho wanted to visit the lodge In the near future and ecq the team put on their wdrk VINOL CURES CHRONIC COUHS1 COLDS AND IRONCHITIS After Other Fail I have been troubled with a cbronlo cold and broncbltli tor a long and have tried many remedlcn without finding relief Through too kind iug eestloa of a friend tried Vlnol and after taking four am entirely cured A II Wilde 733Stu Avenue Minneapolis Minn a McDonald 147 W Congress Bt Paul Minn writes I con Iracted a severe cold last winter and thought I would never get rid of It I tried Vlnol a last resort and It baa completely cured me Vlnol combines two tonics the healing medicinal proper cod liver oil and tonlo Iron de liriously palatable and agreeable to the weakest stomach For this reason Vlnol li unexcelled at a strength builder for olds people delicate dreg weak and rundown persons sickness and for Chronic Couch and UronchitU- McHohort8 Drug Store lire I J and wan Mark bury have wagon J O ur- guests or 1 I typhoid Oil vet 2tic at R 11 pneumonia Is on the his the E O Kelley is confined It at a time a after I Le11NM111Nee1001M1 e1leeeelteeeweeea111 the des nee deer hone the near hero Mt Invites appendicitis CAILIE ELF Aldrlctge little Remedies battles worid famed besot chit Cold A tc from a 10 eent place will count PULL Vlue A tag from a S carat piece will count 1IAL1 value TOBACCO with valuable tags Sav your lugs from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST MMtorWwkmM saliva PrM HKM M Ivy Mtk Coupons from AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IraxH Smtkhf GILT EDGE IrazN Smtkhii- YtHow Strips from IUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following anti many tfrtr useful presents as shown by catalog r um y i J T NsaaIy lit w TIMItJtIIt flN ow Jolly lit W v iar Nand lid EII nwr w Sleek Iv hank TMi1iy pr Tar Nakel wiy MANS PRIDE Oold Cult Buttons 59 Tag Fountain Pen 100 Tact English Steel Rnor 50 Oentlemana Watch 200 Tag Tag French friar Pipe 50 Leather T ge Steel Carving Set 300 Best Steel Shears 75 Tags PocketbookSO Tap Tag 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 Mo f Louts Commissioners Sale or Land OARRAUD CIRCUIT COURT A D Ford c rial Ml IK- VK Elijah Ford Ac Defendants lly virtue of n judgment of Uio Our rard Circuit Court renders at Itn March term action I as Master Commissioner will on MONDAY MARCH lOW It being County Court twy between hours of 11 a m 2 m at tho court house door n Lancaster Garrard County Kentu ky soil to the and bidder the following described real properly In Qarrard County and bound ed as I Beginning In a original sur at a stake part allotted to John L Dunn E 40 poles to a stake In said lute to the un divided two thence a now line S21 W 71 the South Mite of tho rc d to acme thence S 82 E 1503 doles to a stake In the said road to same thence K 6i W 14640 polls to a stake In a brunch corner to n me thence up the branch with Ilk n fancier N 4St W 2670 poles N 61W Kl poles N 4UI W 735 p e In brunch corner of John L Duntiri with the line of sbt 10 N 21 E 174 to tho bcKlnnlnV cutitalnliiK sixty acres be It more Slid sale Is made for he purpose of division of tho amurg tho plaintiffs and defendants In thin action TERMS Said sale will be rondo on a credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required to execute to tine undersigned Master Commissioner for pur chase money bearing 6 per cent Inter pst per annum from date of sale until having tho force and effect of a Judgment which execution If not paid nt maturity Allen wll also be upon the land sold for tho payment purchase money J M ROTIIVVELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court L L Walker Ally for Tiffs This March 4 1100 Sale Or Referee In Uankruptcy lt the District Court of United for the Eastern Kentucky IK mutter of John If lolt tu Bankruptcy JUtilirupt NOTICE OF SALE Of REAL ESTATE Iuriutul to judgment In the above proceeding lu district court of the United Ht te for the Putrid of Keuturkjr too undersigned Trule lu llaukru tor for John II roiu bankrupt will on 8ATUHUAY MAUC1I 43U 1939 between II oclock a m nut It oclock noon on Ihe premises and at the dwellmir house on the r l estate herein tell al public auction lo the hlgneit and belt bidder till two following described facts of laud time are In Oarrard county Hale of Kentucky on Ito wilIer of Ialnt Creek and adjoin the Iota Mill property and the mime U deicrlbed Tract No One Maud 15 lOOtfcree and la Ihe of laud thtt deed of conveyance lu the County Kentucky once in W CW dated Jaiiuury tud IW reference U lo the tank rapt llt old laud U bounded on lie Ihe laud of ally ou the by ihelaoift of America 1otti and Noel on the laud and on the iy Oie of f e Drown and lebMlaln I Tract No Tw elng aims land lhal wat conveyed to II 1otli by T V Dally and wife and by O W Iolli and will by deed of record In Oarrard County Kentucky Clots onice lu Hook SO page lt and dated October Mb 11KM and Hook VI pave 477 and dated latch TVIb IK7Mld land U bound un the North by Ihe Iud of B biitan cud Bon and Ron Kay on the Kail by the laude ol America foil on tin Bonlh by Bebailaln and Bon and Contains about The laud will i be offered lu two teparate tracts and thou at a wbolu and Ihe bid or reallilnc sum to Die Dilate will be accepted by the trustee In r lu aale will be made on a credit fat ils monlbi purchami will be for price with approved security payable to the trustee In bankruptcy this cud the aid bond or bond to bear uur il al he of per ceul auuum loom dale of tale uu til paid K U KIKIN Trustee In Bankruptcy for to Kitale ol John JIC oUiuioa Allormy a34ll JOOU In the u w2 a d lln of carne tu th ace order fourtl pole lu a stake UII t lut hence or esa I ecurfy mn SIIUO State the Eastern LI k co Ilahlt tree wan rer ruled Cler book I bleb ado con Noel y out Trays lb J III Deed I bid I Tb and Ibelurebar or bond tile case o ton a aid the District of a style described as follow t site of aril pegder peeifcalty yed Joists ii I eta by Fast y Casey tt eat lends Iii acre tire the largeal required In eseculs purchase tale a per II Pone Bankrupt 1 w d 9 d u Eczema Is Curable ZBMO a ielentlflc preparation for external un Stopi and destroys the that cause akin diseases Eczema quickly and la cured by remarkable medicine All Write for tam pie For Kaleat McRobcrta Drug Store Cream Vermifuee Itch Ield nenlly E W Rose Med Co lie HITES LouleMa THE CHILDRCM8 FAVORITE TONIC Of IMITATION THI oinuiNt rurtnio ONLY IT Liniment Co- OT LOUIS MO Mclloborta Drug Store We Ship best quality Field and Garden Seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn Cane Mil let Cow fens Seed Potatoes Po tato and Toinatp Onion Sets Garden Deans Peas nil kinds Garden Incld nod Flower Seeds and Fertili zers Write us for prices and sam pies State what you want NASHVILLE SEED CO 215 Second Ave North HVILLE TENN lntttluira Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant of Itching or disease All druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo bNrmlo at MdllitnrU DnuHtoro KILL COUCH AND CURE THE WITH Dr Kings Now 1 u 66D Clover See So a liana cnnnts C hbnC Innts SIi G rden band aster Irelief and permanently cures any form THE Discovery Ala I Ballard SnoW NAB FOR c THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY s gr pRIClt UTrW i10 OK KOWKY JUEgUNDEP I R R MjRjbsrls Drug Store AND ALL THROAT AND LUND TROUBLES OUARANTJCD w A SAT28BAOTOAi Bwalll IronFence capirtluui wood Will UI a llfitme HljMil till WwWl fill It IN I CIWCINNATI 0 1 JM Inlltt il IIM li till Al80 MONUMKN- T8iKbl Bintley Cortersvllle Ky I k UI tIIl I CII 04 1 AaYOrs rise s are 1 Ladyi Pocket Knlf 40 TaRt Playing Cards JO Tags COyd Fishing Heel60 TaBi IPocketbook50 Tag POSTEDThu undersigned hereby give warn Ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as wo will prosecute nil offenders to fullest extent of Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice W 8 Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W G Anderson J W Sweeney J Nave HO Arnold Mrs PI GUI W J OllllRple W Worrel John A Sunders R L HurUin R 0 Biilan W R Cook Dave Dudderar Richard llartrernor Mrs E E Daniels II L Kelley Billcw D II Anderson David Tompson The Truth Every person in this who is suf fering rom Eczema Pimples DanJ mull or any form of skin or scalp can find relief and be permanent cured by Zemo a clean for external use All durggists sell ZEMO Drug Store FOLEYS and TAR CURES Coughs andGolda PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Felayc Honey and Tar only stops the cough but bouts and the lungs and prevents serious r wits from cult There U no danger of Consumption or other serious lung trouble K Money and Tar II taken a It will euro the most born cough the dangerous kind settles on the lungs ud may develop Into pncuraonla over night II you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia whoa Honey and Tar will cure you quickly strengthen your lung Remember tbi name Honey and Tar and refuse any lubstltutQ offered Do not Uke chances with some unknown preparation you the same whoa you can grt Feleys Honey and that costa you ne mere and U and ceruia to results Contains no opiate Ourod After Physlolane SaM H Had Contumatlon B II Jones P utor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or tight year ago I bad A very severe cold which phyilcltns said WM very near pneumonia sad which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was Induced to try a sample of Foleyi Honey and Tar which mt 10 much relief that I bought of the regular size Two or bottles cured roe of what the physician called consumption and I never had say trouble with my throat or lungs slaw that time Three sltesZSo 50c 100 The 50 cent also contains two and onehall times a much as the small alas lAd the flOO bottle almost sis a much sits AMI RE6HMENKI II C C J Storiues time r U tc S disease For auto III Iultuwn HONEY I 1 not strengthens a I PneumonIa 1 stub and Folly I gave three IIhave jIt n law Foley that Foley that coats Tar sale I some nee 1 1