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THE CENTRAL RECORDpuns nKMOioti vxnnNisttJSD DMOCHAOY AND aovxiiNMKNT NtttKIMttNTIt VBIH LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 12 11100 I GOO fri4t s IYh 4 Y ri Buggies SuiTles Carts Harness Etc If yon arc looking for n real bargain dont pass us by Wo believe that wo hnvo the teat for tho money Wheel Guaranteed NOT TO Loose in the Hub Wo have n side spring long shaft Cartwhich is the pride of nil Horsemen Come find Give us your Painting Rubber ing Repairing etc Work First Class CONN BROTHERS 1 f Runa outs h 1 t Buggyout r i t J jjt sea J 1 f JI r j itlt e r t 1 I1 1 ii i S GETS JJ H Braket r 4 I Court day night atttomrTIouBCi To Correspondent If you do not mall no It will retch our once by Monday night we can not use same Read the able arguments by Prof D W Bridges and Dr M Elliott In this Issue In reference to educational mat tors Bob Taylor ham to bo the finest ail enters tamer on the platform At Court House Monday night March 22nd Exchange My division oNtiMMW B M will have ah exchange oV t 6 Post Ofllcc on Saturday April 3rd You can pro pare tor a Sunday at little cost and help tho best known cause Mrs Wm Captain Killing Mr Robert Meadows who was In Crab Orchard Saturday night reported the following news as given to him Walter ROM colored age 10 shot and Instantly killed Herbert umber ago 35 Ross gave himself up to jailer Coffee at Stanford and claims self defense Big The large sale of business horses Stallions and Jacks to bo held at Husr tonvllle has had to add another day to their dates making them March 24 25 and 20 Some of the best horses jacks and stallions will be sold on above dates and much Interest Is be log manifested They have already 25 Jacks and 35 sUlllons entered for sale Write to the HuMonvllle ComHna LIon Sale Co Huslonvllle for alogue Prof Elliott Goes to Newport Prof II If Elliott has been elected to the Park Ward School of Newport Ky and entered upon Ins new duties Mon day The following was taken from the Public Leader at Maysvllle and we can vouch for the truthfulness of It because Prof Elliott taught Lieu for some time and wo noted his ster ling qualities and Lila wonderful abil Its as a teacher Mr Elliott has been teacher of Latin and English In our High School since September and we have found him to be a tutu of good scholarship In his subjects and of excellent teaching ability We regret Very much to have him leave us but are delighted to know of his advancement Mr Elliott holds a State diploma which U a life certificate to teach In any school public or private In the State I totter on nth I l consider trle d ph lUnll ound Amer n din r But tt colored i Sat it the lrlncipalship ot my catS Avenue Cool Clothes for aurnmer wear must be V carefully tailored or they V will lose their shape in notimeThe makingtoorder oflightweight suit only partlylined to secure greater comfort in hot weather is a specialty withThe Globe Tailoring Company Of Cincinnati they guarantee permanent shapeliness A special line of tropical suiting of serviceable quality U one of the features of The immense variety of seasonable fabrics See them here H T Logan t Globe d lUlph llln hju wm entertain you Nw DrassmaMna Establishment Miss Nannie iWcrs will Open her dressmaking over 0 D Powell store on WrAh 20th She In a and will ap preciate a call I High Attraction Ralph Dlngham the worlds leading monologue entertainer will at the Court house on Mayday night March 22 under the of the Odd Fellows Prices 25 35 and 60 cents Mr James Simpson living on the new Danville pike died at his home Friday after a lingering Illness of tu berculosis ago CO years Ho Is sur vived by Ills wife 3 daughters and one son The burial occurred Sunday mor ning at Buckeye v Tralld By Blood Hounds A dispatch Stanford says Joe Hayden and John Green negroes were placed In jail hero last night charged with robbing a Harrodsburg man named Hood who had been here at court swapping horses Ho claims that they too trots him Bloodhounds were brought from Hustcnvlllo and they trailed three times to Haydeus house and he was arrested on the strength of It Hors Show Tlio business element of Richmond has Inaugurated a movement to give a Horse Show about the middle of Julr and It the plans recently mapped out materialize an exhibition will be given for three nights In the big amphithe acre at the Madison county fair grounds Matt S Cohen the well known horse show exhibitor whose home Is In Richmond In one of the men In the movement and In discussing the movement he said It was planned to glue the exhibition for three nights and that about 17000 would be distri buted by the association He said the prlzs would range from 1100 to 1300 and that rings would he arranged for every class of horses Manual Training In pur plans for school Improvement provision ought to be made for Instal ling annual training It can be done without any great outlay and will prove of Incalculable benefit The boy who Is trained to tools skillfully to make accurate measure manta to persevere In constructing some Intricate piece of workmanship will receive a training which no class room drill can give Many pupils who have no special aptitude for literary work will be held longer In school and will be prepared to do efficiently some useful work when they leave school For the girls lessons In sowing and cooking should be given Thevo are accomplishments useful to every girl necessary to a majority and many home furnishpoor provlslonsfor their acquirementAnd the greater part of our school children come from the farm elementary agriculture ought to be taught In the Graded School The time Is upon us when scientific agri culture must take the place of the old way of farming Our State now make the course In Agricul ture one most Intportant partments but few pupils go to college about one In twelve of those who finish the High School course Many of the fuels upon which scientific ag riculture Is based can be successfully taught In our HlghSchools a good part can be taught even In our schools The simple study of seed se lection and testing by every pupil In Garrard county could be made to yield thousands of dollars to our county The yield of corn In Iowa lias been in creased In the last ten years about 25 per cent almost wholly through seed selection As much or more might be done by our own people We have not realised the need of such for our lands are so productive as to make farming profitable with ordinary care But let us see how much It might mean to with this one crop Last year we raised over 100000 bushels of corn Twenty live per cent of this Is 21000 bushels worth say sixty cents a bush el 116000 which the farmers might have had to their credit crease might be made In other crops which are grown In this county and our wealth Increased very greatly Tim suited of rotation of crpps the various plant foods of the different kind of plants the value of fertilizer tliq composition of soils etc can ull be taught In such a way as to be of jirao benefit to overy farmer boy But to do this we must have a fair laboratory equipment for the subjects of botany chemistry and physics The national government Is now considering estab lishing In the various states experi ment stations In connection with the High Schools now existing giving sumo ten or twelve stations to each state When these are ready for es tablishment we ought to bQ In read Iness to show why we should be with one ot Lancaster To him that lath shall be given Is as truo in business relations as It Is In moral And 1 doubt not that the last part of the quotatlonfrom him that hath nut shall be taken away oven that which he hath may apply to us If we to not Improve the talent committed to ui Very truly D W Bridges Principal Lancaster Graded School I I ellta lis ent skilledmantua Grad I a au Ices lodge from gut I use Universities ut the us A like the queatin ot keq interested dos common Ins tics foundation favored Dr E II Pourco will preach Sun day morning at Hubble and night at Lancaster Tile Ladles of I will have an efrch olllce on I- Djreet From Cincinnati Miss Fannie Wilson who has just returned from Cincinnati where she selected a large assortment of the lat est fancy work designs and a complete Stamping Outfit will appreciate a call from ladles who wish stomping done Miss Wilson will bo with her slater Mrs W R 3ott on Campbell street Lancaster to Lexington AutoTranalt Believing that the much talked of Interurban between Lancaster and Lexington impracticable on account of crossing Kentucky river one of our citizens In the near future will In augurate an AutoTransit between these points Ho claims that In view of the fact that It requires us to el 70 miles to reach Lexington nowand his line will only traverse 30 miles and at a more desirable hour he should be liberally patronized by the public Wo believe that this enterprise will meet with the approval and support of our people Court Considerable business has been dis posed of In the Circuit Court since our last Issue the following cases having been tried Commonwealth against Raymond Ray charged with Kuklux log verdict of not guilty The same charga against Wm McQuery tried by a Jessamine county resulted in a verdict of not guilty Commonwealth vs Homer Pollard cuargod with forgery verdict of two years In penitentiary Commonwealth vs Raymond stay charged with detaining a woman the jury assessed a Ono of Ito The grand jury has returned ten Indictments to this time Bought Drug Store Mr W B McRobcrts who has been In the drug business hero since the memory of man runneth not to the contrary has sold his business to Messrs W K Shugars and Varney Tanner of McKlnney and Invoicing will begin this morning Mr Shugars was a partner In the New Stanford Drug Co until a few months ago when he and Mr J Randolph Harris sold out to Dr W B OBannon and Mr P W Whlpp He and Mr Tanner are both too well known In this sec to his future but the I J and his many other friends hope he and his excellent family will remain In Stan ford Interior Sournal Mr Sugars was reared here and ire wish him a profitable career Lecture Course Arrangements have been completed for the educational lectures mention ed some weeks ago Dr Crossfleld will send us the following lecturers at the dates Indicated Dr T B MrCarthney Whither Are We Drifting March 27 Dean Irene T Myers In Old April ft Dr Elizabethan Drama May 1 Prof Chas A Shull Luther Bur bank and Ills Work May 15 The place will be announced later Admission to these lectures will be by lloket only but these tickets will be cheerfully presented tree of charge to all who will promise to attend Everyone who is at all Interested In the uplift of the town and community should take advantage of this series of lectures D W Bridles A Beautiful Wedding On Wednesday at nine oclock a m the marriage vows were taken by Mr T Wood Burnslde and Miss Lena W Rlgney at the beautiful home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W O Rlgney on Water Eld F M Tinder oftlclaling in a most Im pressive manner The bride was handsomely attired In a green traveling suit and the groom In black David Walker and Simeon Anderson acting as attendants Only members of the two families were present and In every the occasion was attractive and Impressive because of the absence of pride and display and a manifests lion of the happy and beautiful home life of the bride who Is a kind lova ble and cultured young lady possess ed of the trolls of pure tad noble womanhoodThe Is a son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Burnslde and Is a sober telligent and industrious man b6 lunging to the highest class of citizen ship In fact thd contracting parties ore related the largest and most Inlluentlal families in the country Many handsome and valua ble presents were bestowed some be sent from Madison and Jessamine counties and even the servants who had for a lung time been employed at the Rlgney home contributed gifts In appreciation of toe kindness of the brideThe happy couple drove to Danyllle where they took Florida train The RECOHU joins the entire community In tendering beat wishes and ulatlons For GOOD JOB WQIIK flh go a tiie ore tray jury Kentucky The Horn Street appointment to some of Cou rat call n- I Sunday etho IstpW post lister Note necessary 110 Shearin ins lug GUTTING HARROWS I Vulcan Plows Plow Points 1 We are the people for your Plow Gear and Wagon Harness See the Haselden Back Band HASELDEN BROS Wholesale and Retail Hardware BurnTHE FAMOUS Rca Star Coal The Coal with a money back gnaran tee Sold only by Lancaster Kentucky II LANCASTER LUMBER MfCID AND RE2ASKSm IS J Y I Educational lirvantavllle Ky March G 1009 Editor of the CKNTIIAL RECOUP May I beg jou for the use of your valuable columns of this issue There has been recently some dis cussion of County nigh Schools In your paper Having been elevated to the office of Chairman of the County Board of Education I feel that my Im pressions of the new law may be read as coming from the pen of one who has the desire to do what Is best for the pupils of our county especially as his own family while democratic In a does not conflict with the Roose velllau policy The law seems to be for our less for tunate counties where they do not have a Graded School which embraces the nigh School course My during a recent conference leads me to believe that the present course of study In the Lancaster Graded School fully covers this enactment which reads Provided there Is not already existing In the county teat a High School of the required grade For the county to be taxed for a High School when we have one or its equiv alent does not appear to me to be the Intention of the law yet I am wil ling to confess my reading of Blacks stone to say the east Is desultory If the county should be taxed five cents on the hundred dollars for a County High School how lung would be we would be taxed twenty cents on the hundred dollars which li the limitSuppose we would take a voto on es tablishing Graded Schools embracing the High School course of third class at Camp Dick Robinson Manse Buckeye or any other point In the county that they may legally placed by a vote would these schools be of more benefit to the county than the proposed now High School mentioned In the last RKCOUD Why la a child of Hryantaville linens vista Buckeye and Manse entitled to less educational advantages than Lancaster Junction City or I do not hold the people of Lancas ter Junction City or Klne vllle re sponsible lack of rural graded schools but I think that we can use this tax In these localities to help build Graded Schools with High School course aa you now have in Lan caster we will then tuck the law and obviate the necessity of High School M 1 believe the Infection of the law Ww nattM not tin be torour la to beno sense Information before and the classes Recognizing my inability to discuss the legal aspect of this question also that my Impressions may be erroneous In part I hope that this squib may provoke a discussion of this question for It Is mandatory that we act be tween now and March 1910 Believ tog that vox popull is vox Del I respectfully submit these Impressions W M Elliott Not but an evening of Song Story March 22nd at Court Y M C A Conference A Masculine Christianity Confer ence Is to be held at Paris Ky March 1214th beginning Friday evening at 730 and closing Sunday night under the direction of the State Executive Committee or the Kentucky Young Mens Christian Associations The scope of this conference Is much wider than Is usual with such gatherings eluding not only delegates from the City Railroad County and Student Young Mens Christian Associations but representatives from Church Clubs Mena Bible Classes Laymen Missionary Movements and other men religious organizations The object of conference Is to promote religious work among men and boys and to establish closer among these various move ments Dr E Y Mulllns President of the Southern Baptist Seminary of Louisville will make the ad dress upon Masculine Christianity Dr R A Torrey probably the best known Evangelist soil Bible student now living will deliver two addresses and many others will take part Mu sic will be furnished by the Oovlngtoo orchestra An Editor Thought The editor sat In his office whence all but him had tied sad he wished that every deadbeat was In his grave stone dead His mind then wander ed far away to the time when lie should die arid his royal editorial soul go scooting to the slot when hed fields of Paradise and sail oer jasper seas and all thing glorious would cqrnblne his every sense to please lie thought how then hed look across the great gulf dark unit drear yawn between his happy soul and those who swindled here and when for water they would call and caper bcd snout to the ova tfaataon jour A lect MpsJaJ nd I dUse this ln la i Jua ul 10ur mat a Ins I relationships f 3 that d semi bins wIt4 fish 1i- p Wall Paper Furniture Sewing Machines Mattings Carpets MASTIC HOUSE PAINT By purchasing stock for two stores wo arc able to got lower prices consequently wo offer fallowing bnrgnins IO tT f I A I best Oc calico now Sets 5000 38 J inch shooting worth I x 7lfits Krfe 40 dozen Childrens Iloso size fiHuOi worth IGcIs now lOcts I STAR BRAND SHOES FAMOUS THE WO X OVER 0 h RJ Spring Opening p or Ir now A t G000 yards yards We have an im mense stock of I I t Democratic Ticket State Senator B L Hubble For Circuit Clerk Mason For Codnty Jud e A D County Attorney Ji JT Robinson For County Clerk f W Hamilton For Sheriff Goo T Ballard For School Superintendent MlsaJen Die HIggins For Jailer Jack Adams Fur Assessor W S Carrier Magistrate District No 2 J H Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P B6urte For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of tte 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for the nomination for this district I pre fer a primary election M 0 SAUFLKV We are authorized to announce lion Chan A Bardm of Harrodsbuof as a candidate for rennmluatlon for the office of Commonwealth Attorney for the 13 h Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized toannounce lion Jobn a candidate for the nomination fur the action of the Democratic It has been predicted that BOOtIe velt will be a victim of some dreadful disease in Africa but we hope that the feathers tar plucked from Bryan to make his nest will protect him and he will return to tell u of his trip Tariff for revebue Is a well known democratic doc rtue and It was the only large feather left In tbo rooster but Taft has Iucked It because the apprbprlatlops are so largo that the tariff will be high enough jo work protecll6n which was always advo cite bv ihe republican party lions Haivey Helm Ollle James and Chump Clark have the honor of defeating the Ship Subsidy bill Our Congressman Mr approached a colleague who favored the tears in his eyes persuaded him to vote against It Hurrah for lUrve nan John Sara Owslcy Jr announ Cell his candidacy fur the Domocratlo fur Judge of this judicial In this issue He la well koowuln the district having served iblytnd faithfully as Coinmonweallh iitlorney for1 two terms He Is now Judge iuf Lincoln county tilling the uueiplrcd term ot R C Warren President Tufts Inaugural address a reUPMn 9f Republican Wife IB iaaln crate doctrine enough to make pal W B of I Owsl s U this U ect tu I elm with lilaU lf ft r Far Ford Far For Circuit Judge Jr clrc t I arty rate T court doe tie IC Syracuse Hillside Plows Kokomo Wire Fence A visit to our store will you we can saveconvince WFLI fiTS SHIELD l AND Writ WEARS SPRING CLOTHING should claim your httcntlon right now Soon the Spring blossoms then follows the Good Old Pum mcr Time Get the full worth of your suit buy It now SHIELD BRAND single or double breasted style both two and three piece suits sold within the ratio of 1000 THE LOWEST 2000 THE HIGHEST will wear until cold weather conies niMlnand look too good to throw away n r 4 Stone Kentucky and Kentucky Shield t w IE S z CLoyd r4 iSSOKD WEEKLV f100 A YKAR F S HUGHES EdrPubr JTMmd aJ IA Poll Oftt in ZaneoiKr ftStcmdClan fM Mallet Member Ky Pr M Association Eighth District1 Publl h r League Lancasttr Ky March 12 1909 Rat For Political Announcements ForPrrclnct City Offices 600 For County Offices 1000 and District Offices 1500 Calls per line 10 Cards per line 1 publications In the Inter est of Individuals or expression 6f Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 L CEN R RECORD aDd Far State Ffall as- a and For For If he adheres to that part o which favors tart fur revenue educational qualifications fur suffrage among white and black together with a few more principles referred to will rise up and call him great It proph6cv of Prtif Fredrlc Starr of the University of Chicago i correct the following will have to b changed when Teddy goes on hi big hunt to Africa average pe rlud of life of eighteen Presidents af ter they lets the White House wa twelve years and ten months only exPresident fur whom the goy ernmcnt has ever done anything In i pecuniary way was General Grant who was restored to the retired list o the army and received the pay of t general fur several years before death The widows of Grant Hayes Garfleld and McKinley wen voted pensions of 5000 each The Lurid Glow Of Doom was In the red face hands body of the little son of II M Adams of Henrietta Pa Ills awful plight from eczema had for five years defle all remedies and baffled the best doc tore who said the poisoned blood affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother bottles Electric Bitters com pletely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and Blood Disorders and Rheumatlsa Electric Bitters Is supreme Only 60c Guaranteed by BE McRoberta Im STATE WIDE PROHIBITION GEORGIA 1908 and 1909i On Year History At the mass meeting of churches o Lancaster on Sunday night last Dr Pearce an speaker of the evening sub milted the following data as reported from Atlanta At request of the RKCOKD the same Is presented to readersTestimony of Atlantas Chief of po lice The number of arrests for In the city of Atlanta de creased 3858 In 1008 as compared with the record of 1007 a falling off of sixty two per cent The population of Is one hundred and four thous andAgain same authority not the Courier Journal The big decrease Ir the number of and of disorder generally shows that Prohibition Is good thing and Is prpvlng successful In Atlanta Again One feature of the good Prohibition that I have noticed and that Is the decrease In the number o cases of destitution very few report of such casesduring the present year Judge Droyles Judge of the police court of Atlanta not the Courier Journal of Louisville Ky I consid er the police record for the year and am thoroughly convinced that Prohibition Is a success It has K reatly lessened such offenses as wife beating stnbblngs and common brawls such as are superinduced by liquor 1 greatly gratified over the first years showing of prohibition Prohibition an a of property In Georgia Loss of Allan la from saloon licenses 10080 was one Hundred feud fifty thousand dollars Against this tax values Increased dur ng the year more than two million dollars and In spite of the panic the bank of Atlanta earned six hundred thousand dollars for their stockhol bars Testimony of twelve leading Irrns shows that business has been as rood or better rents have Increased md workers heave saved Gain in value of building permits 10080 Ayer 1007 two hundred and seventy line thousand one hundred and dollar In the last year of the laljons In Atlanta 19007 there waa a ties In building permits of 001318 as compared with 1000 the best year In Manta business history Courier to contra Atlanta can safely lo without saloon licenses to pavq streets light the city and educate the hlldren The negro The effect on the color id population has been good Street whore before Jan 1 1008 he saloon was the best paying prop a savings Bank U now prosper ny1 Previous to 1608 negroes of At 0 4 rc and peO- ple the The and had all IN Its drunk nneaa Atlanta cases a of tar seventy Decatur ort The Presidents seen seven from Wonderful money ours gt lanta were paying annually fines the city funds of fifty thousand dol lars In first Prohibition year of 1008 this was cut In two the 25000 meant better homes moro schoollni and something to lay by In the Saving Bank DefectsSo called Near Deer li allowed to be sold providing seller pay a city license and dispense more than four per cent alcohol This Is a fair concession to the plan o Nulvatlonadvocated as central redemp Urn of the National Model Llcenw League to regulate thebaloon four lUtbs of those tried for before the police court their condition to near beet bought and drank In a near beer loon Probably the only way to reg ulate a near biting snake Is to cut 1U head off The leading dally of Atlanta and South twelve months before Prohibi tion was voted In Atlanta said It ft a fanatical agitation of a question Recently It said the sa loon cannot come back it Is gone for ever from Georglar Whats that It means politician or journalism whose means the undermine of good life and safe principles the people whoso rlcbbt means a foray on the prop erty of the many has had Us day com lug steadily to ltd evening Later ai In Georgia Bo In Kentucky Its posit clan ana Journalism will either stand up or lay down to take notice of that fact It Saved Hla Log All thought Id lose ray writes J A Swenson Watertown Win Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Dolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts Plies 25c at R E McRoberts 1m UNION John Tudor bought a horse from Joe Ball for 1100 Mrs Chas Dllllon has been very 111 with pneumonia Mr Woods Walker sold a mare to Joe Ball Mr W S Walker has been confined to his room with sickness Some one has been tampering with mall In Mr John Newlanda mall box Mr John Clark and daughter of Cartersvllle relatives here Sunday The friends ot Mr E H Walker who has undergone an operation are pleased to know that he Is recovering Sam Palmer a worthy old colored man and mall carrier from Point Leave to Fiatwood died last week Mr Woods Walker sold 3 acres of land to Dock Hunt and a strip to Chas Dllllon at 150 an acre Manatee McQuery bought a mare of J B Parks for 1176 The rains put the tobacco men be hind about preparing their beds Mr Walter Wells a former resident of this place and Miss Maggie Moor Rutheton were married last week at Berea They spent several day with friends here who wish then smooth salllnK over the troubled set if life McOHEAUY Mrs Jno R Curd and llttlq duught rs Ruth and Marie of Burgln arc lulling her parents Mr and Mrs T W Uradvhav near this place Mr Ilurman Doolin wife and hand tame little daughter Agnes Marie flailed Marshal Hutton Iud family Sunday Miss Kate Hamin of Hvttsvllle flailed Miss Llltle tae Button last week Dr and Mrs Amon of Lancaster Mulled T W Uradkhaw Sunday Mr Steve Hill and wife spent lust Jalurday and Sunday W Hill md family Little tylsaThelma Rhea Layton been visiting her grand parent Into saved Fully attributed the vexed that the Interest It and were guests of of with has Ambrolo noth- Ing drunkenness sue leg for 110 J If awl Mry CsllroS IN MEMORIAM Died at St February 28 Ot S Bush Another link In the chain of school mutes at old Franklin Institute broken when Mrs Oseo Salter Bust passed to the Great Beyond Amoni the very first of the little girls to en ter that most excellent school she It associated with many pleasant as many hard tasks Its walls And the games upon tin little campuM None could skip tin grass faster or jump the rope beget than Osee She belonged to a brigade of country girls Her Lone was a the old General Jennings place Im proved and beautified by her father Mr Gabriel Jones Sailer who his large family with all the of both farm and town life What so Inviting as Oieos lunch bas ketl The delicious cookery of Black Mammy days And who more generous with fruit and berries with the greedy town girls She was i cheerful happy companion always ready for a frolic and one of the unselfish I ever knew Her social funned friendships then to whlcl she was loyal throughout her life Even though years elapsed between meetings one might take up where he left off and time and dig tance were forgotten She was an earnest Christian an up right citizen and was ever true to and others As wife and molhei she way devoted and untiring In her duties Her children In truth up and call her blessed In her last days their efforts to soothe and com tort her were constant and loving was thouzhtful and considerate to the end and has left a beautiful example for her descendants to emulate T the life long friends who to prized her the world can sever look the same We are few indeed and as we lament her going we ask In the words of the old song the injr jronlht where have those cherished out Why bare tbcr droppd like the lest Ah why have they lei t ut to mourn T the answer comes It Is but the gath ering of the ripened sheaves of the harvest and ere long at such an hour as we know not we shall be called K join her In the Innumerable caravan Till then dear friend farewell In the sweet fields of Eden may we meet again come at Itujtb though life be long dreary The day must dawn ami darkwme night be pass All journeys end la welcome lo the weary And betvun the hetrti true home will conn at lat Angoli Your faithful watches keep tat Slug un sweet songs Till morning Joy shall end the night ot weep lag Mud long shadows break In cloudless love Eugenia D DrMBTOte Veterinary Surgeon raduuto of tho Langsbiro S Collogo England 1800 Phono No 205 Lancaster Kentucky Louis 1901 Mss was memories welf all luxuries the moss nature Just rise She Where lire friends of Obi and onl rralllleat shovel life I V with- In prodded herself coney best slug of the Putts Unmannerly Hull Selfishness li over on the Increase Vo elbow our way through the crowd tread on others heels and lei door or never npologlxe Va have time to bo polite Matin Paris Rwfiif Samples Free nxroKB YOU BUY Bhiu ic r onr write me ask lor Kco In e mi lti 1 will ou lt mill good iimnlri ul mount ol Vert Hnbb f Itooflnf sun laced with Calcutta Hump renter entn Me CaliloKiU 111 imtfit rooflti proposition made 7 er up ro Huf much cheaper that much better ID lower price than told oth r bur of rooflor and don think ol ihlmlei uutll harem inn InrnrTer Write today sure Address W W WtTHBKS MK IxixlDgton Kj New Ihone Ml Old 1booe All kinds of Field Seed I Buggies J and Kauffman 1 American Wire Fence cj any hcighth L Parmio1 ioo of Shoes Choice 100 aUSCo Just received another Car Load of handle only first class Buggies such as kauffmanLaPortand medium line 0 L Haminacl Paint Kentucky each no 1 lloon Ii sod and end If return let 01 kind but Top urn1and ever b roll OU 2n Seed Moyer 100 pair ECKER1 i it tBUGGI ES We orprpsred from a acorn sue cent qua uncle FENCE ImpIeents pits 1 BRYANTSVILIeKY Lick THE Lancaster Steam Laundry has employed Eipert Laundry Force Years of Eijerlence Give thorn H trial They Guarantee pt With Jau I I Satlflf lon g r THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY Pmldtnt J I STORMES Viet Petit S C PBNNY Ciblif J Robinson AwtCashr B T Rmbry llookkecper Saml Alex It Denny A 0 Robinson John E Stormcr S C Denny J L GUI W I Wllilamn Dill KCTO 118 D Cochran j Safety Deposit Boiesfar 6ellt fe Solicit Your Bnsiness W Free Free SAVE GOLD STAMPS until furnish your homo absolutely Free with Numerous Useful anti Ornamental Articles They cost you nothing and can bo secured with every lOc at the following stores Ask for them H T Logah Clothing and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions Gill Simpson Groceries R E McKoberts Druggist Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery- M K Denny Dentist T S Elkin Son Meats and Fish Call at any store above mentioned and secure a book containing roo worth of 00141 STAMPS Free and start saving them today Samples of premiums can be seen at the Joseph Mercantile Cos Banks pay interest on what you save Gold Stamps earn premiums to beautify your home on money you have got to spend Trade only with merchants who give you GOLD STAMPS Free Iji store Free purchase sating THE PUBLIC Is invited to visit my store and sec the many pretty and useful things I have in stock and to which I adding new and beautiful things iu the way Furniture Carpets Druggets Rugs i Mattings and many other things It ia a pleasure to us to show our goods Wall Paper and Vall Moulding fur uished In new and uptodate patterns on whorl J C ROBINSON Ialit 0 IM l 1 j I i i I i tt lrtlu constantly oft notice se Lktslt San our Roofing before buying Guaranteed for 5 7 and 1 0 Years Something New in Disc Harrows See them before buying Studebaker Wagons Oliver Plows Syracuse Plows Vulcan Plows 850 J Eu Mount Co J f I l JJ s I IJ i 1 J 11 u IJ I r 0 mIiifflnii J t A 1 1 e a rj lid r 1 sr Ito r- r r a r r r r s I r tla 1b r ill u ff Arterial Culty Embalmlag- Ufl It na UNJJBRTAKBR as1 1snlllaielt FULL LING OF CASKETS AM 1IIMI At HODES ALWAYS IX STOCK I THE COAL WE t S HANDLE throws ofT more heat than the Inferior kinds and why There is a reason for everything It is because our coal is free from clinkers and burns freely It Rives a clear bright fire nnd the coal is entirely consumed Ior further particulars KCC us Correct weight correct price and cor rect treatment always Flour and Field Seeds BANKS HUDSON v va aNVVWnr y J J WALKBKPrcsldoDU II S JOHNSON Vice Preut J OKUANIZGU 1883 Thu 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITOL 50000 SURPLUS 15000 B P HUDSON Cashier W O RIOHBT AMt Caxhr O D WALKEU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alpx nibtx L Walker O A Arnold YOU ARE FRETFUL YOUR HEAD ACHES ITS YOUR LIVER USE J r eMI k i No Better Advice could be you It IB nn Impossibility for ono to enjoy good if out not necessary compound Cures Constipation Fever OytpepiU all complaints duo CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED Tvlmtdoot entirely cured I would bo without It for tho Tuko pluiwuro In rooomwoudlug It to my Is IICRUlNU a I havo troubled for the past four years with n to use I t111 o nmlnU now MAUI rtARle u our y a Chill 4 r i boon not Pleasing and Effective A Positive Cure PRICE soc Wlard Snow liniment Co 000503 North Second St ST LOUIS MO F IIi Sold And Recommended by R E MCROPERTS IQI I V I 4 1 u About People e e e A Brltl Mnlon e the Coming and Oolnjl ty Thou Wt Art In Paul OrltfKii of Illchinond wus HundnyMm W A 1tlco visited In ford Friday Mint MBJIIIO Walter In visiting A U 11111 In Stanford J Joseph Is In Cincinnati buying spring slock of goods Miss Julia Mining lias returned her homo in Ulclnnond Mrs Hubert Burton Is at homo a visit to Danville friends Miss Salllo Klkln Is at homo after visit to friends In Somerset Walter liurnslde of Richmond been with Lancaster relatives Mr and Mrs W McO went to ritUburit for a few days Miss Mary Davis has been very for several weeks but Is better now Miss Hester Patton of Lower rard Is the guest of Lancaster friends Miss Iolllo Traylor of Stanford with Miss Annlo Herndon Elder P M Tinder Is at home visit to relatives In Georgetown Paris Mrs M M Miller of Lexington vlilthiit her sister Miss Amanda An derson Mr and Mrs It II liaison Just returned from a ten days trip Chicago Miss Ellen Mays Hall Is In the guest of her coHxhi Mrs J W Lullue Mrs George Hallow of Hlchmont has been the guest of her mother KJnti Francis Miss Annie Cotton of Danville the guest thlswcekof Mr and Mm WO Rluner Mrs Thomas Mnlono and children of fierce visiting her rather Win Davis and fatally S S Short of WcMcrvllle Ohio was the guest Saturday and Sunday o Miss Knapp West Miss Mettle West Is at home after i lengthy visit to her sister Sire Oeo Robinson of Danville Dr Woods Otfllvlc of Princeton has been the recent guest of Mr Mrs Horace Herndon Miss Edna Mason Is at homo from i pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Roy Haynesof Hlllsboro Ohio Miss Cordle Hamilton of Middles was hero with her mother Mrs Isaac Hamilton last week Miss Iva Leo Smith of Richmond Inl carte Monday for a protracted stay with Miss Rella Arnold Mrs J W Sweeney who has been III for some tlmo Is to KO out driving Sirs W R little daughter Hiss Leona have returned from u to relatives In Richmond Tho Baptist Ladles Aid met afternoon at the homo of Mm 0 Powell on Richmond street Mr Andrew Hcmphlll of was the Mr and Mrs A Arnold the first of the week Miss Johnston left last week a protracted visit to relatives und friends In Monticello and Somerset Miss Ethel Dunns friends are glad know she Is well enough to bo out a serious attack of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs W T West returned Tuesday from a pleasant visit to Mr Mrs Mlllard West of Washing City Mr E Dickerson a popular drum fur a Lexington bourse was at with his family Satmduy and Sunday Mr and Mrs W II Wherrltt re turned Wednesday from a two months to Mr and Mrs W 0 Wherrltt f Now Orleans Rev 0 0 Brown Ulltd his regular appointment for the Presbyterian at Junction City Sunday morn and evening On March third Mr and Mrs 0 n wore delimited ovor the of a ten pound boy Cal will you nine him Toddy or lat The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet Saturday afternoon at the hums of Mrs J Robinson on Lexington street Miss AIMe Marksbury has returned om a protracted visit to her sisters esdamua A II Rice In Richmond und James 8tuughtonof Mid etuiij Ohio Mrs Stella Hill an experienced from ono of tho largest houses Cincinnati has arrived In our city will have churgo of tho trimming department of Mrs Ada Klnnulrdg lllniry stoic thus season Kid and Mrs F M Tinder enter lined at their suburban homo on evening Mr und Mrs R mbry Mr and Mrs J A lleailoy and Mrs W Uurnett and little The Woman Club mot Wednesday Mrs Fred P Friable aerv at hostess Ttio Icaaoia wore Mea lines II E MoRoborti and F M lndor and Miss Joanne Mount The ibjeot fir discussion England Lop Turrets and Towers Parliament I P I III I hero Stan I I Mrs a I to J after I a I I I Johnston sick I Oar I le fur a visit after- a and Is have to Louis- VIlle I tills was ors and boro now HulllclellUy recovered Outt and D guest lr W for to after and ton mar homo visit church Nevleus mud milliner arid Friday 1 Dr afternoon lug don I Ar i V aaiGo has visit Monday Nicholas yule Nell lug arrival Fleece daughter 1 I MAUttBlil V Jco Kelly told n bunch of shoats Ullly Lawson at Sic Jonah Matsco sold n homo to Mm Mary Rico of Danville for tICo Mr II T honey of Lowell peril visiting friends In this vicinity last week Mr David Jenkins of leortfotown has been tho iturst for several days of his fattier 0 M Jenkins Mr Tom Knhlmati was hero time first of tho week In tho Interest ol his farm Miss Florence Smith entertained about forty young people at her home Saturday evening Rev jhouso will preach hero next Sunday JIll will bo Ninth Corn mandmcnt Thou shalt not bear false witnessMr Mrs Teleafui Pollard re cently entertained In honor of tho young people Torn Chesnut has accepted a posh lion with tho Kentoe Baking Powder Company of Cincinnati Ills territory will bo Illinois Kentucky and Tennes see Tom Is a hustling farmer and we wish him success In Ida now vocation Tho Ladles Working Society desire to thank Mi Robert West of Lancas ter through this letter for tho number of sacks ho so kindly donated for the benefit of the nuclei Tho gift was very much appreciated Friends dont forget tho hard tlmo tir i up old papers Just lend them a helping hand wont you Mr and Smith wOO guests of her mother Mrs Ray on Buckeye pike Sunday Neer Death In Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Super to taco death Fur years a severe lung me li tense suflerliiK she writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctor said I was Incurable Then Dr Kings New DIs covert brought quick roller a so permanent that I have not been troubled In twelve Mrs Soper liven In Big Pond Ia It works won ilcrs In Coughs and Colds Sure Lungs Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whooping Coughs and all affections Coo and Trial bottle tree Guaranteed by It E Mclloberts im OAKTEUSYILLE Mr J L Pitts of Berea was In Jurtcrsvllle Sunday Rev Palmcter tilled his regular ap olntuicnt here Sunday Mr and Mrs Todd were the guests it Mr and Mrs J T Allen Saturday night Mrs Molllo Roop was called to tho bedside of her futlor Mr Turner at Silver Cock Mr and Mrs Thomas Allen were visitors Saturday and Sunday t1 I to was 4 time Ladles is having In Icttlll Mrs truubid years LaO rippe 100 at Cllrlersvlllo text gave an cure Bronchial ww SHIELD bl SPRING CLOTHING should claim your attention right now Soon the Spring blossoms then follows the Good Old Sum titer Time Get the full worth of your suit buy it now SHIELD BRAND single or double breasted style both two and three piece suits sold within the range of 1000 THE LOWEST 2oqo THE HIGHEST will wear until cold weather comes again and then look gpod to throw away They are here look then over free of charge whether you buy or trot j too f Business Items lintfaht or clicnp rocolr 363t tiring your produce or t nn Cash 3 t 3t All klndnof BOlatocs at Wards grocery 11000 to loan on Ritalo Ap ply tc tho Central Record F H Ktiltonfl Pride canted R od are tho best on Fine Krocerlfn nt Pruthcr service 3C3t Try Kutno of under FnrmerM builders nnd would by With CM Hoofing In another 312 I have two nicely f rd 5 rooms for rent to pomoim refer ence apply to 3 3tf Orders taken s Homo Journal and all otliermafHzlnes 22041 Urowti We have an experience tturcher to handle our meats ColtOn Pratuer 3 63t If you will IMnted or Galven Ized Steel or and write W W Withers Lexington for lowest prl 312 Wo have In stock Found on Saturday Olb In front of the Laundry a black muff same by calling at this paying COc for this notice that never before They toe resultof Mutual Stop thliiklaiid let Games ex piotectlofi It affords 3 12 2t For Sale Disc Plow Boon seed 20 4t Phone 154 F S C Rhode Island Reds stock bred from winners Eggs guaranteed to Ka lull 20 81 Phone 138 Of Ilvattsvllle Great China Sale The a of our Bar Saturday Much 3id Good tea per set 25 good plates set 35 cents 7 dish each 18 cents bowls and each 00 cents quart KraAry bowls 14 cents each 30 else In proportion this Is a tale but we take eggs and etc same as cash W H Ward From Siberian Fisheries Two thousand tons of nah are seat of Siberia every year II IIno lie tl Saturday tlmo market Gill Simpson line tlr eLton K our CUIII I dR our private label is ride tractors t readI V pruposi I t Ill M Iss Sa le tor I La Mrs Tullo h ye Ujf Jelnz reserved plums bl ck ell Dna err errles Try some or them Gill Impson 3b3t fu Owrlo n otljc and st neverdiedday Irs ed ale th Old Halo 2Incubatorsblo cou t white corn W Moss fti I have Lanjfrurd and ok s Ins of above rim ha well rollowln are ow gains In dishes which we rpu1 on sale md e s p Inch Large pitch s ch steak dllh el ell lIS ce Its i gallon pitchers Every will out tea do ito Fulto Gill Simpson rood k raspberries R Benefit Prices Cents cat BRIGHTEN UP Paper your room up fresh Our Spring stock of s WALL PAPER is arriving and it is pretty and cheap R E McROBEBTS DRUGGIST 111 II a lIP rl il Vs I BROWNKentuckyIRIS Il I L WlOdImt W C Flab VIet rreri W o I PEOPLES BANK Paint i 4 aim fr COller Lick INvoll1URATBD Wo otTer you fair treat ment with ovory accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 10fooooo SrJPylS 900000 DiitBcrronni II COY RU ARNOLD ROODY JBBURROffi- JD WOODS WOODS wo run w o WYNH I I L Our Customers ere Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance THE Garrard Bank Trust Co 1KCORPOUA- TKDUancaater Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R McROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DA Timu A t Cashier R L Elkin BookKeeper- We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Pank WIND STORM CYCLONE AND LIGHTENING INSURANCE BEAZLEY 4 MiSliillOffice National Bank of Lancaster Big Combination sale OF HIGH CLASS Business Horses Stallions Jacks To be Held at Hustonville 24 and 251909 WRITE FOR CATALOGUE The Hostonville Combination Sale Co HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY We are now ready with our II r Phone 31 KyMarch Ii i r 1 1 Suits Coats Skirts Silk and Lingerie Dresses Spring 1 j I I f Come quick and see our goods If we cant please you will pay your fare home J B WALKER RICHMOND KENTUCKY THE POX STTJDIO 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 flnUhod up in ovory atylo nt reaeonablo prices Loavo orders for framing The FOX STUDIO i At I t r I lore Y I t 1 CARD siIf Ht tt Nee leuN e e441Neses4 Jt W Morrow Gniiliinte Optician OlMnut Pitted flalUfnctloii I im nilteed hushes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell 1arms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 V Oltlct Hours Office S Vm to II I pm Slormri Drug Store B F WAXTKR DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST once over Ml Arnold Millinery 1H J TINSLEY County Surveyor HONK 0J Office corner Lexington 81 Public Squire Lancaster Kentucky Robinson ali Will Practice In all State Courts and JS U S District Court Mice over Police Court Phone 104 le Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT lyANCASTKR KENTUCKY M HOUSEI Only White Barber In Town for Danville Steam Laundry 1 North aide of Public Square DR A B PRICEf will practice Unntiatry at his home Klnhmotid ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion Ware McRoberts T LITE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Much 10 Cattle Sheep Receipt CM 8070 7 14 415 560 M- XztM v 6M OP I5 fi IXi 5 90 to j 3 759 6 IS Bptfera extra 5 71 5 M to choice A oo Cwnmon to fair a 2S4 U- Cowi extra U5 ft M- GMt choice Cemmoutofalr SUX94lt Canner 2 coos 00 Ball balogna S7X940 4 60O5S5 CALVES extra 00 to good i 7259400 Common aud large 8 60 8 75 HOdS good packer and butcher 7059710 Mlxtd packer M 8 0 Stags 4 6034 SO to choice heavy fat ow S 00 S 4U Light hlpp r 80u9 8J- Hg dlOlbiandleiK BtXaoo- BHEEIiextra 5a M- Ooqdtocholca 4 7i5S3 Common to fair 3U 40i- TIuitSt extra i 8 00 Good to choice 7857VO- Common to fair s 61CX3700 and m COMING KYKNTS Lancaster Fair July 2830 Beet Cattle Association Kentucky at Louisville September 13th to 18th 0 Conn sold 10 ihoats JOO pounds last week ut 6 cents Successful Incubltorl eyefy thing complutc sale Mrs mon It Scuddttr bought of John p Qoodloe of Madison a One threeyear ware by Ilex Peavlna Cpr a fancy pilco Interior Journal tTu yet suppyof eggs dur IRK thIS winter the pullets west be early and they must be kept vigorously and fed properly during the winter It U or two rosy broken In a calfs mouth will cure lou of scours Another remedy ls l amHll quanMMw M In ipllk or In feud Katlr also bow l lit over t t Ii and J E LAWYER COUNTY ATTORNEY l 11 i rNSURANOE JI Agent I IU U 11 Jill 11 flog 1I I l all Shipper II O 8 HHII4 61I U II r 03 Common II ff Stoc-kS i In late J weighing Y ca paclI und a 200 P fy ur d aid II be rail fill 1 i leok JI II pt 4 I a tot Phones 0 t I n a t b j i t eleINuesMMNNSONeLN- y r CATTLE II I n br slyer ass a RCa bull rm p Kentucky Fuir 4 egg r old A steady latched claim that sup corn calves 4 N t W D Hurlon n car of horses iud mules to Wilson LUc Stuck Co Wilson N C that cost him 1190 each lint J I Clark secretary the Fityctta county branch of the Butte Tobacco Society MJH that the Hurley tobacco find IheinHcUcK woefully mistaken If they expect lo realize prices for tho Wit crop which will probably be planted thU year unless they ngaln form a pool Can a hen lay or nut will It certainly does look that way All know that If we move hen from one yard to another there will be a Great falling AchanRO of nx tures In the henhouse will work the sumo results Whether tho cessation li voluntary or nut It pays to disturb the layers little as possible Oranvllle Welsh LVcll and Henry Tently uf Huylc will be tx tenslve Canada farmers They re cently bniiuht of Durhxin St Cecil of Danville n 32horRe plow which will be pulled by an Immense engine and which cost them 15000 Tim freight and duty tin It from Danville toUunadit va4 11310 King Fox No 74 16 Nota better bred Jersey buJHii Descend from aJong line of champions In rfiiit and at the milk pall Willbe allowea to serve approved WT cash at LImo of service with privilege At my barn on Avenuoln Lancas ter Ky QU Swinebroad 210 If Dr J U Beck has sold his splendid farm D Carpenter place of 208 acres near Hustonvllte to Messrs James N Cash and J Itandulp Harris of this place at 92fcO Dr Deck bought the farm about two years ago nt 80 Mr Harris will take charlie Becks saloon March 20 The doctor Is undecided on his loco lion but we hope und believe lie will remain In Lincoln Interior Journal The fifth annual winter sale by the Kentucky Sales Co at Lexington was one of tho best held In that city In years The aggregate of the light har ness division fur 332 head was 110280 or an average of about 1310 Tho high eat price was 1650 paid for Sinter Cullettc 0934 full ulster to Charley Herr 207 by Walnut Hall sloe farm The second highest price was 1525 for the great KhowgeldlitB Mestizo light harness champion at the Ken tucky State Fair of 1007 Jan L Guy of Plsgah was the purchaser The result of the sale of 114 saddle horses 1530 000 an average of 320 was even more gratifying than the light harness offering Jessuiulne Journal To Stop Sailing Adulterated Seeds Commissioner of Agriculture M 0 Rankin has Issued a circular letter to the farmers of Kentucky urging them to use great care In the seed they plant He calls attention to great amount of adulterated seeds which are offered and sold to farmers by seed dealers He requests farmers who buy seeds for planting to send samples to the Agricultural Experiment Station at Lexington and have them tested planting He requests that farmers also give the name of the dealer from whom they puiclmhfd the seed The Experiment Station will analyzs the seed and report whether they are pure or adulterated If farmers generally will practice this It Is hoped to prevent a great deal of the Imposition which has been practiced upon farmers by unscrupulous seed dealers Will Pool Tobacco Commonsense would seem tobacco growers go Into the pool smoothed the path for quick and easy movement with all delays reduced to a minimum The Burley Society Is organized permanently It has tlllcl ent olllcers and clerical force Each county Is In good shape The Trust and warehouses understand If the pool stands that there Is but one seller Every pound that Is grown will be needed to help supply tbo deficiency caused by the failure to raise a crop lust year With thetbrlghtcst for high prices If tho pool stands and the absolute certainty that prices will go to pieces should there bo a Hcamble with every fellow for good business sense demands the pool The grower should enter volun tarllv without tho expenses of blg al mass meetings much speech mak ing and attendant hard feelings It ID a business matter simple enough No pool low prices strong high prices There you are Cynthluna Democrat Fa m Product has wonderfully blest our country according to the report pf Hon James Wilson Secretary of the total value of farm pro ducts fur the year 1008 was In round nuiribers 777800000004 the previous year It was the banner year In the hlMory of tho country The value of the alfalfa crop was 30 000000 wealth produced on American farms during the pant ten years to the enormous sum of JOO 000000000 The value of tho corn crop fur 1008 was 015000000 wheat 1020000000 hay 021000000 barley 80000000 oats sad other cereals 121000000 potatoes tobacco and hops IWtXWOOO dairy cow atone produced 800 000000 last The chicken wore tnan 030000000 The value uf all tho animals slaughtered Is estimated at 3000000000 Fauns and farmers combined U t produced four twos the wealth that the Wines of the country brought forth The ex Mailed over 1011000000 ilt growers wilt ns she lilT In all Hall l I th cows t ret Ilanllt n after Dr the to dictate tb pool filII I I luau good eggs Airy Kentucky show too before You havee prospects himself dud Agriculture per cent above lie accounts year ports General News Senator V O Bradley has appoint ed HnrveyS Itwln hi private seen tiuy Mr Irwln win formerly urcMiimn from the Ctti district nod hills lived at Washington Fifteen whlto people situ more thnn twenty negroes wore killed In n Inrna do nl lirlnkly Ark Monday night nnd 100 persons were orlonly Injured fttllmntcd damage to property was 11000000 The State In the Cooper trial at Nashville Impeached tlio testimony of many of for the defense Oov Patterson Included A warrant J Ilenhlny one of the defense witnesses chawing him with perjury Secretaries Knnx Meyer Wilson Dulllngrr Postmaster Gen oral Hitchcock were sworn in nt the White Jltiuso Saturday Secretary transferred the Trrnsury portfolio to Mr MacVeagh Monday DemocrnlR nt Washington are well ftatlslled with the new Administration President Tuft regard us nn able and patriotic American citizen and his to bo exception ally strung Tho choice of Secretary of State Knox s especially Three barges loaded wits Plttsburg coal In tow of the steamer Oakland struck tile Henderson bridge Saturday and were sunk Five barges in the same tow struck another pier of this bridge Friday and went to the bottom of the river Former President and Mrs walked three mllesthrough snow and slush to church and returned the same war Mr Roosevelt Is thorough ly enjoying his freedom spending the mornings In his library and devoting the afternoons to vigorous exercise Former President Roosevelt an nounced that he would sail March 23 front New York for Africa Ho spent his first day as a private citizen quiet Iv at his home at Oyster Ray and took a long walk In the woods Mr Rouse velt said he had received hundreds of letters and telegrams and regretted that he would be unable to answer them all At a mass meeting held In Ham mond Ind the preliminary steps were taken by manufacturers businessmen and municipal olllcers to unite the cities of Hammond Whiting Indiana Harbor and East Chicago Into one city under the name of Calumet The amalgamation Would Include a dozen lesser places embracing In all a total population of 76 000 and making It the second city In the State The sentiment In favor of changing the date of the Inauguration to a more seasonable Or at least a more reliable period will receive Increased Impetus from tine experiences of March 4th The bg parade was spoiled tens of thousands of patriotic citizens were disappointed upwards cf a million dollars wasted and the health of many endangeredAlbert Patrick who was of tie murder of William Marsh Rice made a sensational appeal to the appellate dlvlson In Brooklyn to free him from Imprisonment fur life or send Sim to the electric chair lie that Imprisonment fur life was a greater punishment than the death penaltyForced by the severest storm of the winter to abandon an outdoor inaug oration William Howard was sworn In as President of the United States In the Senate chamber Unme diately after James Schoolcraf Sher man had become Vice President Chief Justlco Melville Fuller adminis tered the oath Mr Tuft was accom panied to the auditorium by his pre decessor and Mr Roosevelt Immedi ately utter the Inaugural address had been delivered took an affectionate farewell of his successor und left for his home at Oyster hay Notwith standing the condition of the streets the parade was held ant nearly 40OCO men participated At night tho In augural ball and the fireworks brought the festivities to a close John W Thomas Jr the young farmer who has caused a reign of ter rur In the northern part of Shel by county Tuesday March 2nd Is now safely Incarcerated III the county jail A bond of 13 000 on one of the warrants him was more than hu could after his strange conduct and Uiere Is no doubt that he will remain behind harp until his trial W J Thomas his brotherinlaw whose life he has threatened repeatedly demand that he be put under u heavy bond to keep the pence and this coupled amount of hull that required If he is held over to the be more than he can raise We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give sat isfaction we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it We ask all those who are rundown nervous debili tated aged or weak and person suffering from stubborn colds hangingon with this understanding McRekerti Drug there out against S Cubluetls believed Roosevelt declared Taft dlspla since inot every I Lana recently was sworn Nagel aid Curteiyon they corn mened convicted command Ito incipient Commissioners HAlo o OAHRAUDOtilCUlT COURT A I Ford AC 1laliitlffii- vo KIIJiili Kortl Vo Defendants Hy virtue of n of the Oat Circuit Court rendered at Its Match term ItKM In tho above styled action 1 as Mauler will on MONDAY MA HUH 22 1000 It being County Court day 11 H in slid 2 p m nt the court In Gurrard County Kentucky sou lo tho highest bidder the fallowing described real Onrrord County Kentucky add bound ed us In a lino of original sur ul a stake corner allotted to John L Dunn I C 40 poles to a stake In said lute to the un divided two fourth n new line S 21 W 71 poles on the South of Corner to seine thenco H 82 K IS08 to a stake In the said road corner ti same thence H 6J W 14040 a stake In n brunch curter to thence tip the brunch with Its N W poles N 61 W poles N 40 W 73 to a In branch corner of JiHin L Dunns lot thence with the N 21 E 174 poles to the sixty acres be It less Said sale Is the of a division of il proceeds among the plaintiffs In this action TERMS Said sale will be made on n of six months and tho purchaser will bo required to execute Master Commissioner chase money hearing Cpcr cent Inter rat annum from date of sale until which execution may paid ut maturity A lien also be upon the land sold for the payment purchase moneyJ M ROTH WELL MaslerComr Garrard Circuit Court I L L Walker Atty This March 4 1000 Of Referee In Bankruptcy In Plttrlet Court ollh United Btttti for the Eastern District ot Ktutueky In the matter ofjobn It Potts In D nkruptcy Bankrupt NOTICE OF BALE OF REAL K8TATE Pursuant to Judgment lu bon HjUil proectdlui lu dlitrlel court ot the United States for the fern District ol Kentuckjr the uudtrilKOed Trustee In Bankruptcy or John II bankrupt will on SATURDAY MARCH tSlll 1909 between 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock noon premises and at the dwelling home on the real estate detcrlbed herein at public auction to the blgbeit auJ bet bidder the two following described tracts ol land lime are In Oared county state of Kentucky on the waters of Ialnt Lick Creek and adjoins the rolls Mill property and the same I deicrlbed aa Tract No One contains Maud U 100 acre and I the aame tract ol land deed of conveyance recorded In tlie Oarrard County Kentucky office Indeed book H 429 dated January Ind which reference la apvclflcalljr made conveyed to the ruptJoDBlllotti by nU auKlafad- I founded on the North the Dally on by the lands and Noel ou the South Qfttj land and on the Wt by tbe lujfd Brown and Sebaitnln Tract No Two being tK nie land that wai conveyed lo John It Itnta by T W Dally wife and by O W and wife by deed of record III the Oarrard County Kentucky Clerks office In Deed Book 0 page S81 and dated October 6th IMC and hook a page 477 and dated Match TSth IK7aId land I bound ed on the North by the lands of Sebaitaln aud Bon and Ray on the East by the lands of America on the South by Sebaitaiu and Son and contain about acre The laud will first be offered In two eparat tracts and then a a whole and the bid or bid realizing sum to the eitate will be accepted by the trustee herein The will be mad on a credit of aU month and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bond for the purchase price with approved aecurlty payable to the trustee lu bankruptcy In caw and the ald bond or bond to bear Interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from date un til paid RLELKIN- Tru tei In Bankruptcy for the Estate of II Bankrupt JE Rubluion Attorney 2iC3t To Stock Men The Record is letter prepared than ever to Jet up a neat Jack or Horse card with or without the picture of your animal A Good Hunt Rewarded An old man In Atchison writes to the Atchison Globe In 1866 I know a Methodist preacher who would an uounco his text In this manner You will and my text In the eighth chapter or Isaiah ninth verso It you dont find It thar you will find It lomewhar If you hunt tho book through from Genesis to Revelation And If you dont find It then you will have found a great many things which will do lo you a power of Advice to Mother no positive with tho children Lay down tho law U in remarkable how soon limy discover when you aro In eariiotit Io nut go to the breakfast table In a flurry but stop long enough to count 100 slowly and then enter with a calm manner determining that will bo no squabbling It Is natural for the young animal to scrap and while not criminal still It must bo checked to Sermon In a Sentence llovorence ho stipple prosaic the natural the real and demand of every common thing of life whether It be your body or your money or your dally experience It shall bloom Into One results In your soul and In your own Influence on the world Phillips Jlrooks 9 i house dour aster sl I tu p rt curt r t ence pules to t nders 28 jO 1 line t bellh cuntulnllill mor or m or and uYl1blo to the undersigned per the force and effect ot a VII for a was lath to b k Noel y r lAmer Potts b ee ul hoes I lit sate good there anti ran bet eer to edge put s situ nis std t san Ing judgment Plffa Sale the the Potts oaths sell follows tut by Clerk peg lan rave o 1V Potts Potts the largest sale Ibis forts erN 4N N NN solfcontrol this own w e r 1I fI N A Feeling Of i I Securitywill be yours if you buy your Cnrringo from us Everyone who has bought from us knows this to bo n fact but wo wnnt you to know it as well Hence this advertisement Wont you call W J ROMANS I I l i Space below this heading It for the oclu UK of our tamer and U for the ot stock train and such things on farm M the farmer cannot afford to tile No notice will be accepted over lour lines and will be only In two Itiue of RECORD free ot charge W S Embry has 3 good stands of bees for sale at 13 each J U Leavell Ky has a pair of coach horscsTunwle 1 have a stallion by King wilt trade or nell him Harrison Ray Buckeye Ky 1 can furnish on short notice Ruff Orphlngton eggs from pure stock Phone 271F J C Morgan I have an extra good work mule for solo Price reasonable Salem Wal lace Sr Paint Lick Ky I have 10 acres of new tobacco land for rent will furnish barn with land Phone 17S W O Anderson Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Catalogue H FHillenmeyer Sons Lexington Kentucky KltlNE Mr Linn Cobb bought at Richmond court a horso for 195 Miss Flora Lee Wiley was the charm Chap el neighborhood last week Miss Maud Mitchell returned to her home In Lexington alter spending a week with her slater Mrs Blanche Grow Mr George Murphy of Hlckman Is the guest of Mr George Anderson this week Mr and Mrs L L Sanders of Crab Orchard attended preaching nt Scotia Fork and visited Mrs Mary A San dora Mr and Mrs John Hicks of Loyd visited their sister Mrs of this place Sunday Rev Mott of Lexington delivered two very Interesting sermons at this place Sunday Loyd Mr Homer Ray of Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday with friend Mr Lota Raney near Stone Mr Jesse Lemay and bride spent last week with Mr and Mrs Carl UrowMr and Mrs Ellga UcMllllon spent Sunday with Mr John Ray and family Misses Ethyl Llda Simpson viII ited their sister Mrs Henry Ray ThursdayMr Ray bought of his brother ono horse for Ito Itching Skin Diseases Arc cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently any form or disease All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo tV unto at Drugstore Ebb Bentley Cartcrsvllle Ky subscribers her lb JEEES lag goat uf Ida Tester of Sun da S Sander his cures Moll Ibuta MNM e eee eeeeewN LARDERS COLU11iN ISee1IIIHe4i sty sale Clay blase s anti WANTED Poultry and Eggs Hens llcts Ducks 10cts Turkeys 11 to ISots Goose 6 to lots EGGS Junk of all kinds IUKAUIIKUSVILLK Master Henry Ulankensnlp hiss been sickMiss Alpha Naylor visited Mrs Hayden Norlor D P Thompson and wife have mov ed to Boyle county Charley Naylor who hu been sick of chills and malaria Is better The aged Mrs Shaw who Is the mother of Messrs T Y and Fred Shaw Is quite III of typhoid fever Messrs Alpha Naylor and Msggle Bell were guests of Mrs John 11 An demon Mr A J Thompson sold hug Hutch farts to Phil Thompson for 110000 There will be services at the llap that church Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Rev Pierce liryant near the word without fall tho sale of the estate and effect of Mrs Louisa Hollzclaw everything sold well J II TlnmpRon trough the land 02 acres for 13 300 Kill WouldS Slayer A merciless murderer U Appendi citis with many victims Hut Dr Kings New Life Pills kill It by pre vention They gently stimulate stout och liver and bowels preventing that clogging that Invites appendicitis cur Ing Constipation Ulllousness Clilllf Malaria headache and Indigestion 25c at R E McRoherts 1m IJtJKNA VISTA J W Dlsmukes was called to Lex ington Sunday by the death of his brotherin law Elmer 0 Trlpp Miss Irene Ruble entertained some of the younger set at a party Friday evening Webb Christopher bought nf Henry Ruble one sorrel mare for 1175 00 Twins a buy and a girl arrived at the home of George Smalley on the 7th Inst R P Ison of near McCronry spent Sunday with relatives here Miss Myrtle Rublo has been visiting relatives In Danville Miss Florence Christopher expect to leave the latter part of this week foj a visit to relatives In Missouri and Kansas She will be accompanied as far as Kansas City by Miss Nettle Ison who goes to visit relatives Joe Hamilton and faultily spent with Mrs Ike at Lan caster Notice All persons claims against the estate uf deceased will please properly proven or L L Walker Lancaster Ky NOTICE POULTRY RAISERS Now Is tlio time of year to feed your fuwla good tonic Ilx 4 IM4 cure Cholera Gapes Houp Canker and Lluiberiieck When fed as a proven tatlvojt not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Price CO cents Nu No Pay Guaranteed by our druggist n K McUOIIKHTH Try It under tUu guarantee Ask for booklet M Of Poultry 318JM A t lUnch h Ylnl W P lpr sent to- W a lit ALL 2 20 a IiI c IINortllcott1 son 5s Friday Crl sine tamp Executor Lick Kr 46 Cure Eczema Is Curable a icIimlDe external Ute Itching and destroy the time cause ute Write tot earn 1 Co It Louis Mo McHobcrls Dent Haute Cream Vermifuge Zit lion for quickly yield I end Is by medicine All Ix W 10 lit HJTB 1 f MO instantly that disuses cured ple Rose Fur C THE CHILDRENS FAVOfIITE TONIC ctv c or IMITATIONS TNI INUINK MIAMIO ONLY BallardSnow Liniment tjOUtO MO MoRoborts Drug Store SEEDSWe Ship best quality Field and Garden Seeds direst to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn Cane Seed Mil let Cow Pens Soja Ucns Peanut Seed Potatoes into nnd Sets Garden kinds GnrdcnMfcId and 1lowcr zcrs Write us fur prices and sans pies State what you want NASHVILLE SEED CO 215 Second Avo North NASHVILLE TENN The Truth Every person in this who it iuf feting from Eczema Pimples or any form of skin or scalp can find relief and be cured by Zcmo a clean for use All durggists sell ZEMO Fcr sale at Multoberu Drug Store KILLtH COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS New cS- T Cab age Plan J Beans Pcas aU Seeds Land Plaster and lcrtlll V1 cil disease permanently WITH Dr Kind l Discovery e5 u Tomato lips non Gen i 172thlmas Dandruff FOR c THE OUUUTEEO WORMREMEDY BrSL PRICK Trial rrMMal J 6a AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATISPAOIOB OK MONEY REFUNDED R K MjRjberts Drug Store WILL CURE Any case of KIDNEY or i BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No can do more WAS TIMC- B IZ04 N Evansville fad wrltMi furvMrlviyears I troubled with bladder affections which caused mi much Palo aud worry I lost flesh and WM all run a ur ago had to abandon work entirely I three the best woo slid a ol nil I was practically given up to dU tad the first bottl w ntttt m MXU MI AI ita NiJAWUNWICIIKIIT C C J 1 Storweq KIDNEY CURE t medicine fi liP reeD ud stilt tl 4 Mikel cured I NVEN was II S e are was gave taking blue i was r t4