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THE CENTRAL RECORDKEMOlOli VNTARMSUKD JtiMOCRAOt AND GOOD OOVBRMIBNT LANCASTER KY JANUARY 7 1910 NUMBER 40 t f JUllM l e N 1 i4 r it p a r t r rWABTIxTit1rBAA Horse Shooing We have two good horse they will correct Stumbling Interfering Firing and Treat Corns All kind of on all kind of GUESS CONN BROTHERS f j repairing c TIa i sliders J Mr Win 0 Anderson Is numbered with the tick The county board ef supervisors Is now In session and a report of their work will tin given later Paul Morrow the bright little ton of Mr and Mrs E W Morrow 1 re coveting from quite a severe attack of HIllCM 0 Adams one of Oarrard coun tys best citizens has moved to Shelby Wo hate to Kin him up tut wish blm much success All who taw the mlstcrlous working ofotho bypmonllst Galvanl at the Court House on Tuesday and Wednes day night were loud In hit praties He entertained good crowds both nights To the Peoples Bank of Paint Lick and the Garrard flank Trust Co and Citizens National flank of this city and the Stato Normal School of Richmond Ky wo express our thanks for a hand tome calender from each New Firm Mr John M Mount ton of J R Mount has become a partner In the firm of J R Mount Co Ho is an excellent builness man very popular and will mist materially In the bus Mr Mount and his wife will live on Water street Stockholder Meeting There will meeting of the stock holders of the Garrard County Fair Association on Monday afternoon January 10th 1010 at the Uarrard Hank Trust Co building An many Important questions will come up at this meeting the secretary earnestly urges you to be represented either In person or proxy Saturday at 1130 Rev O P Bush the martlago service of Miss Lucy Dickerson and Ceo Ray Miss Dickerson made a bonny bride attired In a handsome tailored suit of green and a dreamy white hat They were the recipients of several presents The father of the groom Mr Hiram Ray remembered him with 11000 Both young people are prom inent In social circles the bride also In church work Read and Profit Two grocery stores have changed hands In Lancaster since our lost lisue W D Walker buying Gill ASIrapsons and Messrs nail Uoltzclaw buying 11 M Balloun tock Their advertisements appear else where in this Issue and If you will watch for the grocery ads from week to week and count your saving for one year you will never cease reading them for they will save you money M Incas of the firm I ontdated at h k bee S I I i i I 1 1 I I u III frJ r fiig rm 1 i y f 1 J tI 1 1 Please t 1 4 Y 1 4 I jtI ACCOUNT i if j IfLTLogan J r 1 Ii t r r- fn call and our i t r r Al W k 1 1 1 1 itLn a4Y r Road the condition statement of tlio Peoples Bank on 4th page Mm J 8 Johnson l In Richmond the bedside of her mother who has been quite 111 Robert LlUard Gulley came to brlgh ton home of Mr End Mrs Jess rjulloy on New Years morning Since wo did not publish taut week we find It Impossible to sire full men tlon of all events during the past two weeks The city board of Supervisors con slating ofCapt Turn Austin Judge Harris and W B jsfason raised the property list making it near a million Mr J L Sanford who moved hero from Klrkivlll get tho benefit of our school entered six children in said Institution on Monday We welcome him and his excellent family No Eleetrifl Light We have been informed by the Elec trio Light Company that they will not Thlsjnconvenlencejs excusable Mnco they are their dynamo and do log some other repairing We hope the Jlghts will be better after the change Wh r ltt The death of Miss Des ale Wherltt on December 25 caused sorrow and regret ja the community Funeral services were conducted by ROT C tt Drown the burial taking place In Lancaster cemetery on Sun day 20th She the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Wherrltt to whom the RECOHD extends sincere condolence She was kind Intelligent and had many friends as well as a prominent relationship Many floral designs were offered as to kens of appreciation Lancaster Boy Honored At a meeting of the faculty of the medical department of the Lincoln Memorial University Thomas P Mil ler of this city was chosen as to represent his class at the commencement exercises next spring Mr Miller la manager of the retail de partmont of Miller Kephatt and has pursued his studies at the medical college In connection with his other He Is one of the brightest students that bas ever attended the medical school and no greater honor can bo conferred upon a member of the graduating class of any school than to be choaentatedlctorlan Mr Miller li being congratulated by his many friends In upon the honor and a successful future is pre dieted for him in the medical profes slon Knoxvllle Sentinel Tom will be remembered as a son of Cot and Mrs W S Miller who were natives of this county Every one will be glad to hear of Tomi success knowing that the honor was worthily Swearing Day In Town One of the busiest days that we have aver seen was Monday at which time all of the county officers were sworn In and are now grinding away like they had been there for a long time They had a bard day to begin their duties as nearly all of the transfers of land were postponed from Saturday until this day because all of the banks were closed as Is their custom The following ones took the oath of office A D Ford County Judge J W Hamilton County Clerk 0 T Ballard Sheriff with 0 A Robinson and Tom Ballard as deputies J E Robinson County Attorney W B Mason circuit clerk Steve Carrier Assessor Jack Adams Jailer Miss Jennie Hlgglns Superintendent J P Bourne Logan Ison and Hiram Ray Justices Ray mond Davis Constable The constable and magistrate In No 4 and coroner elect Stop son did not qualify J M Farra was sworn In as coroner To start the ball roiling for another prosperous year for the city of Lan caster II T Logan was sworn In as mayor together with councilmen Mount Hill Xtnouo Greenleaf Smith and Hamilton At their Ural meeting which was Monday night the following officers were elected L L Walker Attorney L E Marshal and Superintendent of Water Works D A Thomas R W McRoberts Clerk and 0 P Walker Treasurer of Sinking Fund The body then adjourned to Tuesday night January 11th All of the old officers discharged their the satisfaction of the public L E Heron who has made a most excellent about 1000 to the city KUUGIOUS The Ladles Aid Society will meet tills week with Mrs Emma Kaufftnan Elder F M Tinders Bible Class met Tuesday evening at the home Jllia Amanda Anderson Sunday night services will be by Kid F M Tinder at the Presbyterian church Everybody In llted The Week of Prayer that was begun Sunday night at the BaptHt church and waa to continue through this week was necessarily postponed on account- of haying no eleotrlo lights after the Ices Tuesday night at Methodist church It win be continued how v r at tome early date at the t furnish the week unexpected thlt city Treasurer meet duo lies to general mar conducted r about next necessary wan beautiful valedictorian district Heron credit off RSVw H Q 0 B B Henry who has charge of the Lancaster Cemetery reports CO hurl ala during time year 1000 which Is about the same M In former years Mr Robert L Klklns many friends to hear that ho has recovered sufficiently from his late Illnsss to bo out again The Mary Walker Pi ice Chapter of the U D C meets Monday 2 oclock at the home of Miss Mary Doty the members are urged be present as some Important busl ness Is to bo discussed Painful Accident Mrs Patsy Klnnalrd one of the most esteemed of the aged women of this community fell while In the act l the chair striking the floor on one side and breaking her at the leant The children of Mr and Mrs A B Brown Ir surprised their mother on January 1st with a storm party This was Mm Browns birthday and when all the children came In unexpectedly with a girt of remembrance for her It made the new year beglu most Prosperity Tobacco and other crops mules hogs and cattle have brought much money to the people of Garrard county and they deserve It for no bettor live on earth It Is reported that the deposits In the five banks of the county were larger last Monday than ut any previous time In years In the midst of these bounties wo should not forget of all these blessings K Herndon Entertains fraternity On Tuesday December 28th Mr H K Herndon entorUlnnd the local of the Phi Theta fraternity at dinner at his palatial country homo In honor of ills visitor from Ohio Mr The dining room was beautifully decorated with white carna stone and house pleats while the members enjoyed the spread J B Klnnalrd W B CookF B J L Oil B Ford Slier lie Hudson Alex Doty Jr V 0 Klnnalrd Joe F Price L It Ford 0 S Johnstone Tobacco Bern Burned On last Monday night the tobacco barn belonging to Win Nuckles In the East end containing about 5000 pounds of tobacco belonging to Sam Baker was destroyed by fire Blood bounds were gottoa a few hours later and trailed directly to June Wren who was arrested and lodged In Jill here charged with the deed We hear that the barn was but none was on Bakers Wren protests his Innocense Par tlculars will be given after examining trial Tilt Is not a case of night riders Knights Templar The exercises by Richmond Com nmndery Knights Templar held Jhrlstmas day were enjoyed by a large number of our people Being a organization the every section of the country assem ble on Christmas day for the purpose of giving public expression of their faith In and devotion to the Master The program by the local organization consisted of splendid music furnished by the Ceclllan Club and remarks by Eminent Commander D B Sbackel ford Sir Knights A R Burnam and W R Shacklefurd The principal ad dress was mado by Sir J Mort Roth well of Lancaster Mr Rothwell who Is a gifted orator gave a spice did outline of the order its origin and purpose pointing out Its beautiful teachings and the good resulting therefrom Ills subject The Day afforded splendid opportunity to re mind his llstners of the meaning of the celebration and what It meant to mankind Richmond Climax Leaf Tobacco Warehouse The effect of the Development Is shown In the purchase of the Pilgrimage distillery for It was not until after Its organization that the business mOil of Lancaster and Garrard county awakened to the fact that we could do greater things It we would go after the business that was necessarily going to adjoining on account of our limited facll for handling our tobacco Messrs J M Farra flanks Hudson W R Cook and R 1 Burton purch ased the property consisting of 201 acres for 93000 They will begin remodeling It as soon as the weather permits and wnen they have completed their work It will be the largest loose leaf Tobacco Warehouse and liedrying Plant In the hate with the exception of one In Lexington There will bo about 100 000 square space which will be sufficiently large to store all of the tobacco raised In Garrard and the adjoining counties During the busy season they will employ about 100 men and will be prepared to shelter 60 wagons and teams The L N switch which runs part of the way to the large warehouses now will be extended to reach between the two main ones so that tobacco can be shipped from etl4 or conveniently Tho company will be Incorporated but It Is not known yet who will be the offlcera artf iliad afternoon- at All of t of a scat and In some way IIln hip bone pleasantly the 01 er members Dolts S Johnson bounteous Mark bury tobacco Commanderles- In feet of Ilour y 1 taking people following insured Christian Loose Association counties Ides i t A jj ft s Now is the time we need it HASELDEN BROTHERS Why you shouldjpatronlze THEE BECAUSE PEOPLES BANK 1st Our Officers and Employees are men of sterling Integrity 2nd We do business on a conservative basis 3rd We strive always to accord prompt and courteous service to all our friends and patrons Kb Your Money Is Safe when left In our care In addition to all other precautions for safety we carry ample fidelity and burglary Our surplus is growing rapidly and we are becoming stronger each day Try us and you will hey er regret It Peoples Bank Paint LJck Ky your Tobacco with BEAZLEY HASELDEN We insured tobacco last year in this and adjoining counties when other agencies could not Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 In order to i MAKE ROOM for my large SPRING STOCK I V49VE7t t Please Pay d 0 a 1 Usv YOUR I e I S S S A I j I I K K1 S a1 r e j 00J Y10X01 J mm tiI 00 fdpNCMOECVkf aEla6 U1g6gMCES tJDrlTdtt DOM7 Q 1 ZdL 1 i i ti ACCOUNT v 1 t CE4q 81r Fl riGMrMt GMdtiSIIr EJ r I Fy o r D or- r Buggies and Harness I will give a set of HARNESS with every buggy sold as I have only a few left Come at once W J Romans I I I IlItM ItI r iRi ffiiSfSJiisG As the firm of J R MOUNT CO has taken in a new partner all ACCOUNTS made with the old firm are li DUE Pleasd all and SETTLE J R MOUNT CO YOUR ACCOUNT IS Please Call and Settle Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co J J WALKKU President J B JOHNSON Vise Pros t ORGANIZED 1883 7 Tfci CITIZENS NAT3NAL BANK Of LANCASTBR KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B P HUDSOH Cashier W O RIO BT Cashr O D WALKBU Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIREOTOllS J B Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Glbbj Lewis L Walker 0 A Arnnd 1 I m I m J i I I 0 e I r I L rrr rr r r Lii 1N I j i 1r H r 1 rr Jto TJ ri r f Ls- r 1 r l Ass Dook keeper r I l t TO IV V THE r11M11NM1AA1 PUBLICWe the undersigned merchants have arranged with the Merchants Commission Co of Lcuhille Kentucky The largest premium concern in this pnrt of the country to give with tatty roc you spend at our respective tores H T Logan Clothing and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions R EMcRoberts Druggist Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery M K Denny Dentist- J P Prather Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries When you save GOLD STAMPS you are earning premiums which are both useful and ornamental on money you have got to spend at sonic store Why not confine all your purchases at our store and buy your goods for less and secure some of the many handsome premiums given in exchange for GOD STAMPS Ilundrtds of people have already Matted collecting them WHY NOT YOU Start today Call at any store above mentioned and secure a saving book lfKKK Premiums on display at Joseph McrcantilcCo CnlJ and see them and be convinced tieing GOLD TAMPS 1 I L i Ads d T J lJ t c MERCHANTS COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO 303 Commercial lluitdlng IfOUI8VIWK KENTUCKY CENTRAL HECOIU ttRURD VKRKLY ItwAVKAK F S HUGHES EdfPubr it IAl T l 0tc H Lnneniltr JCy nil SttonrlClitu Vail itntttt Member Ky Press Aatoelatlon Eighth Dlatrlet Publlnhora L gu I L nca ttr Ky January 7 1010 For Polltloil Announcements For 1rtclnct and City Ofllce t GOO Oillces 1000 For State and DlitrlctOniccS IGOO For por line 10 Fur bards per lino 10 For all publications In tlio Inter cjtot Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo RIO Authorized tunnnounco lion Helm n candidate to succctd himself In Congress to the ac lion of the Democratic part I A happy new year to rich and poor smut and sinner filond and tot Turn two new leaves one to quit tuning and the other to be more cbarltall In 1009 for educational and clmrltablo purpones amounted t it42000000 are sure that an Increase In pop ul it ion and wealth In our city and county will be shown by time census to be taken UiU year Some one Iho enact ment of a law barring men over 05 years or from Jury service Tlil U extreme fcly Tho cuurls would bo deprived of experience and wisdom In the Jury box which li only acquired by They serve as a check on tho young and Impulsive jurors It the old man Is not In good health the court I wl I excuse hunt We have from time to thou BURuest cd ncedujl legislation and as the law making power Is In session we shall still urge the passage of several bl The body largely democratic tliat- ih1 party will be held responsible for II 1iws enacted Impor- i doing rluht Even It the re publicans want n bond Issue to meet the deficit In the treasury give It to them and take the credit of relieving the country The management of the Louisville Times deserves the hlxhest praise and commrmlatlon for Issuing 108 pages of entertaining matter coml ting of cur rent news blatant Items artistic l lustraUonR unique advertisement and superior feature articles on De cember 31 This was done to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Its birth and It was the greats feat In journalism ever known li Kentucky or any Southern State It proves what en orgy and Intelligence can accomplish The meeting of the Kentucky Press Assoditlon at Lexington was the most brilliant and prolltabla one In Its history Much by lending editors on the proper management of a paper what should bo published und the power and lnlluencof tile press when run In the the pub lie Helpful legislation the curse of free advertising and the a journal devoted to the wt Ifare of a community were freely discussed time meeting will be productive of much good We suggest that In the rj t oillcc department can be paid by requiting Congressmen and nil govern inent olllclals to pay oa mat tr that Is sent out In their Interest as packages of seed speeches tctwhich are used fur jneerlng pur poses Another method would be to charge In proportion distance a package Is carried This Is consistent with all rules cf just tee A small In creaSe for each uddltlnivl 300 or COO tulles would ralso u largo sum of money Op Ions are bel ig sought on ultiblo fur tho proposed Qover juei t bu This should bo dune before the I pushed In Wash ington us no exoilltnnl price v IU be paid tor any property Wo hope that everybody will say and do souiollmig secure this bulldlig It will ba a bentlU In many bring inure bmlocss boa great convenience nod add to our already Increasing populi tlon Tim North side of the square J I prop arty Central pork and the 51 isou Ho tel are among limo sites named Time now year Is another volume In time history 01 your life consisting of 345 pagw each day bring a page Look out or sumo pages will bo left blank Beware of 11 its or blurs on other pages above ml avoid a record it toed with Let till volume shlno throughout deeds and achievements fur the good of hu uuiily mid God Let It tg meet I bo approval Court of Q lory Let each succeeding volume or year Imtlmllirly maJo up slid when you to answer fur tho deeds done h the body you will itind tree from clmigo and La accorded on abundant entrance Into Eternal Lift Rotrocpeotlvt And Provpaotlyt Tim old eat with Its tents and bimUs been consigned tuVlioUlwofeturnlts to bo B and PIt for juUllty I nIt vey I I We has ulueKted I age age I Is so hence the ce of I i I a I was I Interest ut r benefits ot aud- I the deficit pot Ile I property way Ilauulltuud home fill whim the or us are called any I Ire sarraws r Init ruCalls i the wilt I I sal to Lime mutter pup bnlllatt gl cry bn such oft anti list i Ito I1 I used n testimony In the great day of reckoning It pfoducad abundant ImtveslH nnd so far at matbrlnl pros porlty IN It was ono of lime best yenta It now behooves us to look to the future Wo have used these column In the Interest of putty eiitcrpiUo that had In view good and tlio wen cral welfare We ngain offer apace to the ndvocnlcs of public Ihterests Wo plotlgo our feat efforts to old In ascot ing the following Improvements arid luuforcontrlbutionsconccriilngtliciil Time Oovernmciit building which Is elsewhere In this Issue We heart lly favor concrcti pave incuts to tho city limits and wo llovo that till will ngteo with us If they consider tlio convenience nnd tho increase lit tho value of propcrtv that would result truism such Improve ntnl Cltlzjiw In other ramous ob Jectcd but after they worn built they were satisfied and would riot be without them We will continue to publhli favoring a now school building Everybody knows that our school has Increased our population and enhanced the value of propctr Wo want everybody to join us In a united exertion to secure an Intsrur ban line The purchase cf Dl tlllcry by four of our enterprising citizens with a view of converting tho hugs warehouse Into n loose leaf to bacco house will be of Inestimable benefit to our town and county We can now handle our fix millions of pounds of tobacco Saved At Death Door The seemed ready tn open for W Ayers of Transit DiMgo N Y when Iris life was won derfully saved I was In a dreadful condition he wrlci my skin wis almost yellow eves sunken tongue coated emaciated 40 pounds growing weaker dally Vliu lent liver trouble me down to death In Btlto o dActor Then that matchless Electric Hitters cured me 1 retained the 40 pound lost and now am well nnd strong Fur all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre supreme COcot R E McRobcns 1m The remains of Mrs David of Crab Orchard an excellent was burled here on December 25tn Tho services were conducted by Rev C C Drown The Chautauqua Circle met tills week at the homo of ll ei and Miry Doty VVm J Bryan on Persona Liberty The roust notable recruit of the pro hibltlon ranks U lIon William Jen nlngs Bryan who has comeout In his nowspayer Time Commoner em phatlcally against the saloons and the saloon arguments Jli Inlliirnce be extensive Dealing spe clous pleas of the liquor dealers that prohibition unwarranted Infringe sent of personal liberty Mr says What Is meant by personal lib crtv Dues It mean that a person has aright to In any quantity at and In any place no matter what Injury he may Inflict on others A drunken man Is a menace to the lives and property of those about him have tils neighbors no right to protect themselves A drunkard robs hU wife and children and niay finally make his and himself acharge on society has society no right to protect isclf The sal on Isnextofkln to the broth el and the gambling hell It Is the ren dizvous of the criminal rlsment and the willing tool of the corrupt pollt the bcdy tha right to protect Itself from the demoralize tlon which tire saloon work Per scowl liberty must not curtail or deny any other persons liberty One mans llbertv stops the limits of other mens rights Mr Uryuni ld In the great battle which In now being ought fur the American lama IK UNION P F Parks and wife of Preachers vlll visited Mrs Amelia Ross Hugh Jail has returned after several years spent In Texas arid llllnuls Dow Turks sold 20 shunts to hue liras Misses Elliiibelh and Rosa Murphy of lierca college spent Christmas at Tudor sold to filch round parties ut lfi cents Mr Tudor lntHKla to leave soon for Red Rock Oklahonia R K L Murphy sold a bunch of tales from 912 head and somo shoats at Scents Jessie laird Woods Graves Clar once Fields and Murphy are nil at Ikrca college this winter Every marriageable person In this vicinity wlJ wed this winter good start means anything Here are a tow of the contracting parties U L lialnt and Atlas Bernie Hammonds Hampton MQuorry and Mrs Lena R N Heasley of Paint Lick bought rnlluwlni nf J V Newland at Ilia George Ueailey at 12 touts mid R K It Murphy ut Hie Mrs John has boor under treatment at Itlcliniond hoe re turned considerably improved in health Tha teml nce was small P Newlandu Hal v n account of tho ex tremo cold weather Ulie stock sold fulrlv we I liurnrR HM 50 tn 100 cows 121 to I37i Mr N mid family will bo mlsed by the people o Limit j con hOt the VJllrlmolCe III R doni that door of Murray tile lean lit Ilk anytime tamil boa nut pal hcurtlY wrlcomeChrlstlu1 Observer Sunday at ale homeS lilt tobacco to per tulle t its Uawlu lltmclj U06111nd the crops Nuwlallll who lit J cOlu nuultr I moot tuned anything luring p Plug medic ltd Jan w ill whim firs felon short et s Don 830 bliss bilot- Rum9op tobacco mummies greet ly t an o lu mid MT IIKIIUOM A Imppv and prosperous now Ui Mr Russell Vanderpool sold sonic corn to different potties at I2GO per barrelMrs they Montgomery sold to Mr Jail Parks a calf fur 16 Mr Islnh Jackson continues very III Lira A H Deal sold tn J M derpool a Jersey cow for 10 Mrs J I Crawford is numbered with thu Hick The nmrrlnge of Mr Robert Leo Bherrow 17 sod Mist llcrnotllo Preston aged 15 was solemnized at tlov 0 W Thompson on Wednesday neo 20 1000 A nice supper was glr en nt tho brides lame May their Ufa ba crowned with jay and SUCCCM Miss Lou Montgomery bought of Krncst Montgomery u calf fur 110 Mr Henry Montgomery J 11 ti M D Lcnmy tlio tract of recently purchased from Mr Sam Duncan for 1320 Miss May Scott entertained a few frltiiidson Monday evening Mr Arthur Montgomery and Miss Hunted surprised their many friends last Wednesday by driving to the hcima of his slater Mf Tom ueillHgln murrlngo Rev lien ry Tomlltisini Illlclutlng They arc both prominent young people of this locality arid whites of everyone Miss Gertrude McQucrry of Jesus mine spent the hull lays with friends hereMiss M Ilo Sherrow of llucnn Vista l the gucit of her cousins Misses Mi ry and Ratio Shorrovr- Mr Dlllard Urumflcld wife and daughter Lorenc of Jnsimlno are with her parents M and Mr A S Dean Tim tour year old daughter of Mr and Mr Mlllard Rcgeis of Marks bury was Intoned In Mt Hebron cem clery tat Wednesdays and Mrs Philip McMillan of Doyle Worn with her grand parents Mr and Mrs 0 A llruco Saturday and Sunday Mr J n Dean and Lou Mont gamer were Ihoguestsof Miss Jen nie Ward near Lancaster Saturday night I will now give those who wl change residences and where to timid thom In 1010 M Msrs J M and Rut sell Vanderpool have moved near Lex Ington Mr Tim Ford to tho house vacated by Vanderpool MrJno Ea son to time house vacated by Ford Mr Auther Montgomery and bride to tm house vacated by Mr Eon MN Lowry of to his farm purchased of Mr Ham Dunc n who muted near Utirgln Mr Johnson Sp nks to his fnrnv near Mirksbury Mr to his farm purchased from Speaks Buy Fresh Milk morningv from the S W MOSS The house int mov ed be made much brighter by buying some INSIDE PAINT McRoberts Drug Store year fho Itt onl lmd Norris and time MI s roou OJ lllrttl tI 01 It r I II I I I DAIRYMANI wh ich you can WallPaper d Van aged Flue lo have good Lee each Mooeeaoaooeeeeeee0oeeeeeirNe I U TBVTWfflflflW The u Leading Morning Dally OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY 5 BY THE YEAR J5 lly Mall and In Advance to Jnnuary 1911 This good only until Jnmiary 15 ipo After this rate will be per year orCocts vcr month of less than 6 mouth In of five 5 or more the rate of 450 is allow ed but this applies 16 new subscriptions only No corn mission is allowed to ngcntsor others on this rate Address The Lexington Herald MJXINGTON JKHNTUCKY J HERALD f d r VII Paltt ofTc olds e time 6oo triode c nbs fI tttltttttt tf I 4- RTRTTT 1r1fTYTTTT7TTTr7r7 TTTTTR7TT7RmTT M 1 THE National Bank Of Lnncastcr Gabilal 50000 Surplus 20000 A U N J BjffoHllES Viet Push S C nEJI1V C Uir J F Itttolnson Cashr It T Embry Saml D Cochran Alex R Dnnnr A 0 Robinson John E Slorme S 0 Dminv J LOW V I William INN t diet As Itook keeper mutsrrronat Indestructible The clear full brilliant tone of Columbia Indestruc But its n fine thing to know they break no mutter how careless you may be and that they will wear out no matter how many times you play them 35 cents Cull for a catalog A splendid repertoire to choose from and wo ireadding to it right along F G Hurt Lancaster II growingcant ver J 1 ni I Here we go heel and tool Rundown liccls wornout toes make the youngsters go quickly Try Buster Brown Shoes Extra heavy extra solid heel arc what last uu A hoc Theres double wear in every pair BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters 150 to 250 I I I Youll Get Satisfaction There is More Actual Comfort in a of White House Shoes thou other shoo you could buy r nn 1i because are built on scientific lines of correct loci form which means toot comfort White House Slioco fit tho feet snugly without cramping and cover larco range of styles and lasts Tills gives every one Just the style lie wants and ct a popular price White IIocco Shoe Whlto House Slices for Men for Women 350 800 S300 S4r Kentucky Drills Vulcan Plows Osborne Cutting Harrow American Field Fence A complete lino of furniture nnd stoves on instnllinont plan lest 28 gungo rod iron 3 crimped roofing nt 210 n aqunro We want all your products at highest market price Becker Ballard CQ Bryantivill Kentucky th y I a j f I I 4i f I r V w e w I have purchased the well established Grocery business of GILL SIMPSON and will carry a complete and uptodate line Groceries Queensware andMy Motto will beSatisfaction Guaranteed Let us serve you Phone 181 Lancaster Kentucky I Phone 181 Lancaster Kentucky t oU C m Off 1 are W D WA L K E Rw A 1rZ TA1 T ai I3USIN S C HA N r o- fF Tin V7 Gossip About v A Brief Mention of Iht Coming and Oolnji Ly Tho Wi In W H Uurtoii was In Atnnia till T K Wabon In In Clnclnall Lexington on butlnesy- MlM Callle HI lr left Sunday fur vl l to friend In Iri nton Olio Mr Henry Itarlow of licafoid Is vltltlng Mr uiut Mu Sam Ilournc James I Wnlkor of Richmond was a recent vlsllor tu Lancaster rclatlrca bliss Kiln Dunn or Danville wan the recent guest of MIR II M liallou Mrs J spout Urn hull days with rctatltcs In Tlio Falls City MlM Ellnbelh Ford Is In Nicholas the guest of Ms Win Hoover Delia Tinder left this week to enter the Normal school tit Richmond MlM Ethyl Walter hay returned to Lexington a vltlt to liouicfolki- Mm D M Lackey U at homo after a visit tottlntves In Midlnons ciil Miss Helllo Is in Winchester veiling her friend MlssMibel llru vn log Green Clay Walker has returned to uHluy with his rela tives II Clay Knuffman left Sunday to re sumo his studies In a law Hchool In St Louis Mrs Wm H Cook and children have been recent guests of Louisville frlondf Mr Thou But of Onward Ind his keen Ylrltlngrrlillvcs In the county this week Mrs J H 1axton of Stanford has been with her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Robinson Mrs Mary Allen McDonald of Dnn vllle Is hero with l r mother Mm Patsy Klrinalrd- Lino Ford has returned to Stati Colege ut Lexington after spending the holidays here lion Win J Price of Danville to Mesdames Mat tip and Fred Enable Mr llakcr Walker of Nlcholasvllle made a short visit to Lancaster rela tines the past week Miss KJna Mason has returned to where sho holds a good position as teacher Miss Resale Singleton Is at homo Ukaln after u visit to tar aunt Mrs llybce of Rlchmoml- M T II Walker has returned home after a visit to his mother In Huntington Vet Va Ed Collier has returned to Memphis Tenn after a visit to his parents M r and Collier Miss Susie Hilton has returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrr J U Hilton of Stanford Mr George T Macon has returned to his homo In Chicago a visit to Mr and Mrs W II Mason Miss Edna Francis Kavunautih loft Wednesday to enter school again at Wards Seminary Nadivlllc Mr and Mrs Taylor Haney will leave shortly for a visit to Kansas They go with a view of Miss Wadlo Leo Mirot of Uryantt vllle has been enjoying a stay with hor cousin Miss Gallic Adams Kiln Cox Verde Hester and Todd spout the holiday with Mrs Virgil Hester of Blauhrd Miss Sadie UauKbman of Huston vllle was tlioutticllve guest of Rosa llastln during the Holidays After a Hiy wliii his grandmother Mr Patty 1 JIll Joseph Rogers hut returned id College Muryliud Mr Charlie Woods of Clnolndutl lea Ve n upending the holiday with bli Mr and Woods f Art week and a In I 1 A Mngna j iI l t after West Loulnlle after t I I J a recent vlsit f l Olty I t p iII J U after JF jlj ii1 locating Misses Mrs- W ht p r1tl Mrs Oafr J People p 1 yule Miss tat r k 1L s w was Junco W Mrs sr yyl ye1r i Eliza t It Mister Goodwin Klkln has rcturne to his home In Atlanta after a vltlt t T A Elkin Mrs Hello Ilurnsldc at hom again after n visit to her daughter Mrs Larry I Jones of Monticello Sirs Wm Guinea and daughter Miss Mary of Stanford have guests of Mr and Mm K C Gaines Letty Mcllobcrts and Nunc WulKcr left Tuesday for Ilandolpl Macon College at Lynchburg Vlrglrih Floyd Swopo has returned to Trans vanlu University at Lexington spending the holidays with homefolki Mr Sam Walter has returned his home In Frankfort after a vUlt his parents M and Mrs John Wai ter Mesdames J C Rot Inton and R K henry have returned from a visit relatives In Lexington and Winches tar lichen Gill the Tuesday Afternoon Club at their handsome home on Stanford streetMrs Emra Kauffman and daughter Miss Frankyo are at homo from a vlsll to Mr and Mrs John Grccnleaf ol Richmond Messrs Robcit Kennedy of and Richard Kennedy of Alaba inn spent the holidays with their Mrs Ranks Hudson Mn G orgi M Paltsrson and daughter Miss Helen were entertain ed at dinner during tho holidays by Mrs Elisabeth Patterson Mrs George M Patterson and daughter Ml lichen loft for Rcrca after spending the holidays here wlh Mr Patterson Miss Multle Leo Hubble who has been spending the Holidays with her parents left Wednesday for where she U attending college Mr and Mrs C II and child rem havo returncdto their home In Lexington alter spending Xnus week with their parents Mr and Mrs Sam IJuurnp After spending the Yuletldo her grandparents Mr and Mr John K Anderson Miss Mary Anderson his returned to her home TennesseeAllen loft Sunday after spending the holllays with his parents fur Illrmlnghiim Ala where ho has a position In one of that citys most thriving banks Much to tho sorrow of her many friends Mrs S II Nlchell did not re turn with her husband Mr Nlchell on Hie account of tho serious Illness of lien father Miss Sue Anna Lear who has been with her parents M and Mrs WIN Ham Lear during holidays return ed Tuesday to Lexington to enter Hamilton College Dr J R Klnnalrd went with hlsson Virgil to Louisville where the latter entered a medical college He U a bright young man and can succeed In that profession A special train Ml Sterling gives an account of a swell Christmas dunce at which the Misses Mount and R W Molloborls of this city had the pleasure of attending W 0 Wherrltt of New Oilcans will arrive tits week for u short visit to his parents Mr and Mm W II Wherrltt who will return with him to spend tho remainder of tho winter In tie south Miss Lefty Mia MoRobcrts enter tilncd at dinner Now Years Day Tho place cards wore the linked the pros 1010 and the colors rink and whit Miss Masons tl Itir M Us Lous jon sang beautifully and added much the enjoyment of the guests Making tlfo Everywhere life Is HIK made more through the work of Dr Kings Now Life Pills ir DHoasea and Bowel Disorder Theyre easy hut we and perfectly lulld up tlio 25o at R E MoRobertii rn Capt Ii I been MI Ics after to to to and alter with In GullaLln that place to Sal safe In nsllpatlon ill juuaneas I Il1 Utdlgestion Llv troubles 1 dnoy his grandfather SBases Mtrtha entertained Lexington Wednesday Lexington Ink Ire r Amon Tho Womans Club was by Mrs Amon Christmas In a most Interesting and novel way Tho members wero Invited tQ Library Party and as tho Invitation read como In or out of style so as to represent a book or author The Lady of Quality was well as several ladles of the The Old Fashion Girl Larnmermoor and Antoinette In her famous necklace Portia Tho Nowcoms and number In Lavender and Old Lace as well as Old Rose and Silver Ma dam Butterfly was quite Kay and The Woman In Whlto was Joyous at meeting old friends again After a musical program and Read log of Rrooks Little Town of Both leham by Miss Edna Mason Mrs Amon save a parody on Tho Night Before Christmas tho theme being history of the Club which was delightful form of amusement A beautiful supper was served and toasts given between the courses Miss ElkIn being Toastmistress Woman Mrs Amon Our Guest Mrs Mc Roberts Tho Club Drown Re sponse Mrs Klnnalrd A leather copy of Stevensons Poems was given to Miss Della Tinder for guessing correctly each character re presented Tho next afternoon Mr Amon was hostess to the Richmond St Indies and a few Intimate Again others were charmed by theChlstmas decora tlon and tasteful furnishings of the beautiful old colonial home A Kentucky home a Kentucky hos tess at Christmas speaks loudly of bos pitality of grace and of love Spoontmort The sad death of Mrs Stella N Spoonamoro wife of II 0 Spoona more Wednesday December 29 1000 was a shock to her loved ones and friends who will miss her loving face and helping hand Sho was born Dec ember 0 1873 being 30 years and 23 days old Site was a consistent member of M E Church South and lived a Christian life trusting In God lion death was pathetic and yet beautiful us she ready to go and assured us she was go lug ionic asking all to meet her there Sho leaves to mourn their lost a devoted husband ono daughter mother brother and four stators God has given God has taken Wo must bear the pain for our loved one Is singing in the Angels choir today It may not bo long dear Stella eer well meet In realms above and be sweetly reunited In eternal boundless A loved One EIcton Notlc The voters of 2 Garrard County Ky ars notl fy that an bo held at said poll East Saturday Democratic icufnmllteeman In place of R M J I Hamilton chm Dec 30 1000 Dem Co Comt tittvtnt Mr James Stevens for many years a of Garrard died In Iho past week qf paralysis age CO years A widow formerly Miss Den ton of this county two daughters and two sisters of this place Mesdames Juniis W Pumphrey and Mashall Kason survive the deceased The re mains were brought to this city and Interred In tho Lancaster cemetery Harris MrTlra hauls ago 80 years died near Hackley December 27lh and the regains wore bulled In Lancaster cemetery on tho 28th funeral services being conducted by Elder F M Tin tier Ho was a good ell lien and related to some of tho best families In the county a brother Inlaw of High Prloot For E0gi Owing to Eastern It U predicted that eggs be higher Ibli winter than ovr before A tow doses ol Producer will make your amazingly and cause them to jnoduce a greater Try It and see Sold by J U Mount Mrs Host doing week a but present- as decoration the Bride of Marie a the I Mrs wee preclnc number ierely election ill Par on 8lh at o k p rn to elect a We deceased resident ape latlon Ili IfK lay pro t Co entertained a- very friends January Lexington B- It Denton Iluurbon s i YOULL FINI IT IN THIS COLUMN Wo hn mova Notice Is hereby that Kcutuc Grant This Dec Bin get sa this notice Walker bill aifcss than a doUft In change Rewardlf returned to nls ofllce 21 jf To tht public ness IrLLancasf many pVtrons successonvaiessrs Ball ft Hollzclaw Very Respectfully II M Dallou Nolle of Olitolutlon The firm of GUI XraPson grocers nk our frlen the old Announce ment Having purchased the Grocery and Con fectionery of W M Ballou it is oxc inten respectfully so licit your patronage and in i s q you prompt and courteous attention at all times Ball HoHzclaw LANCASTER KY Election Notlct An election will be held at the Oar Hank Trust on Tuesday lltli 1010 2 p m fur tit elnTiB directors to for year tu present J W Cashier 173t rfoiiiiiii Uo to car goo s i his line pro ijiriii rand serve a Fa cv e sand ue w- apecl at I II z s from ne r the ep- t o s lure t to Bru k r pr cot all I Ia- cla Th sy ii t ar pal Notic von ill make a plicatlon the over r of for pard o Aaron J01 Ilion 9 1 0it pd- We take I kinds of pr duc In clan fu n thl In 11 al D i Izc Eslr A bl k white a tin bltcl alth small tar noun nec twl came to meta bt tw wee ag Owner payln 0 cents for W Loath Last Saturday Lernoon beenMotto rtv d g store and sephs store a ama urse of nd ed kid conta In no dollar 1 one dollar In retiring fro fne grocer bust wish to t nk my their at atronage and hop ea one will a with my Is her by dissolved y mutual cons t- w D Walker s coeds the old im- We sire to and the pu Ic for o past iron a and ask a nttn nee of a e atind- espeottull ors J Ili J Simpson T the boat x January stockholders requested wore l PltEAUJIEHSVlLLE Master Hubert Hollzolaw visited his schoolmate Henry Riankcnsblp Mlis Rebecca Williams who Is teaching In the D and D scbool at Knoxvlllc Is with her parents Mr and Mrs John WI Hams Mr and Mrs F F Olaokenshlp were suiting the bomefolksSunday- Jlov F D Palmeter went to Car tersvlllo to preach Saturday and Sun day Rev Pierce will All his Saturday and Sunday at the Baptist church Mr and Mrs Mason Holtzulaw and family were visiting Mr and Mrs Ben Ilollzclaw- Mr and Mrs M O Kennedy visited relatives atCorbln and Lancaster Mr J W Qlankensblp of Mercer visited bit father and sister here Wed nesdayMiss Sarah Howard who Is teach ing tho Hobbs school vMted at Mt Hebron during Xmas Miss Ha Pettus who Is teaching Is visiting her father Mr J S Pettus M and Mrs Fade Parks wore called to Point Leavell on account of his fathers serious Illness caused by a fall John Dell and wife gave a most en joyable social a few nights since Your correspondent was present and thinks be had a liptop time Thanks to Mr und Mre Hell Emma Hultzclaw of Gilberts Creek finished her school here on Xmas eve Prizes were won for per feet attendance by Iva Thompson and Henry and William Blankcnshlp We bad a good school Mr J P Bullard sold his crop of to bacco to W P Klnkald at Stanford for 14 cents Mrs MoLlIe Breedlove of Goshen Is visiting her mother Mrs Levi Bell biro Ona Naylor Mr and Mrs Fade Parks and correspondent enjoyed the hospitality of Mr and Mrs J M Lunsford Christmas day Yours truly did ample Justice to the festive spread The Baptist Sunday school at tbls place gave an Interesting program Christmas eve Recitations dialogues and songs were superbly rendtred af ter which a heavilyladen Christmas tree was altractlon glad cnlng many hearts and adding much joy to tho occasion Santa was and shook hands with the kids and resumed his journey The exhi bition was a success and largely duo to the efforU of Miss Rlnda Pettus and Mrs F F Cummins Mr Grover Gastlneau an energetic young farmer of Hyattsvllle and Miss Alpha Naylor of this place drove to Lancaster on Christmas evo and were joined In wedlocks holy bonds by Eld F M Tinder Mr Gastlneau Is tbe son of Mrs Mary Gasllueau and Is said to be a One moral young man and qulto worthy of hand and heart of her whom bo woed and won Ills bride Is tho third daughter of Mr and Mrs John Naylor and Is much ad mired all who know her for to know her U Is to love her We extend our best wishes and sincerely hope their life may be a one may they never feel the adversities of sorrow A Wild Billiard Raping brings danger suffering of len death lo thousands who take colds coughs and lagrlppe that terror of Winter and Spring Its danger signals are nostrils lower part of nose sore chilli and fever pain In back of head and a throatgripping cough When Grip attacks as you value your life dont delay getting Dr Kings Nnw Discovery One bottle cured me writes A L Dunn of Pine Valley Miss after being laid three weeks with Grip For sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs Colds Whooping Cough Bronchitis Aslh lUll Its supremo 60c 100 Guar anteed by R K McRoberti lui Election Notion Tbtro will t u election beldtlTb Oil IIIDI National bank llth or tb oui n9ilnf vtu 4lr o l n to wv Vy MnluK y r D 4 w UrUUP80NCMhUr Bryant at Mont cel1o AlliS present up up OP T tale 1 appointment sour tbo center of tie 5 stt ted aouary THE COMING OF THE New Year should see you a Obelish Flour on band For your baking yc u l find any other flour that will insure such s b and cake It costs no more than the k G It is worth twice as much Or der some today and be sure you say OBELISK instead of just saying flour BANKS HUDSON THE Garrard Bank Trust Co Lanca tr Capital Stock 5000000 R EMeROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks h Burton 3 Vice Pres ELMORE Cashier D TII on AHt Cuhier R Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmer Bank HERES A Bargain FOR YOU Daily By Mail Three Months and The Central Record The price of the urlerJonrnaHs 600 a year ISO three months a special arrangement whereby we Fill accept ordcs for ours during JANUARY FUn RUARY and MARCH ONIvY at the price for both named above Send In your subscription at once and keep posted on the Proceedings of the Legislature Sunday CourierJournal not Included in this offer Send sods additional if Sunday issue is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL is just as good a paper as it ever was We can still furnish the Weekly and our paper both one year for 7J Orders be sent to this paper NOT to the COUMIllU OURNAL o get advantage of this cut rite wit supply dell cia d t V Pies R L W L 0 CourierJournal YearI ally for We IIY made tin aperand 1 L f i 1- y can ordinary j INCORPORATED w 1 i i N h- One oth F nl0 aaopY IiaoMUST Farm and Stocks J Meadows Hold n Miiall house and 6ncrcsof land on Uoono Creek tot 5GO W U llnrtim hhliipid two loads if mutes in IUO 1 Atlnlitii Rod n load to per head JI Hamilton solriiu Onto Menu the Puliiior tang seven mile frmn Lnticuslcr containing lot at 00 per acre For Bute A rock crusher In good condlton will cruuli 8 tu 10 per day Will trade for stuck Apply to HiniliesSwInebroiid LIMO represent tic Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Com pany says they sold fur Garret Watts one Ictof tibacco at r 100 pounds which Is the holiest price paid In tin tllto for the weed Lund For Stla One hundred and fifty acres of loud laud well Improved well watered on good road four silica Loin HryanU vlllo Will sell at n bargain Cull on J E Hiiblnson The ChlcaRO Drovers Journal says The horse Is recovering his popularl ty and prestige fur use If an observer will imtotliatun the Louie parkflays there are more elegant turnouts drawn by boiscs than a year ago and moro of the leisure class are to bo seen In the parks on hnrsebick The demand for galled saddlTH Is much spire urgent than a year aito and we 1 mannered saddle horses uro moving at to 1000 Horses and Mule Wanted Any horses or mules to sell will profit by seeing me as 1 will buy them at any time and give the Mlhest market price W U Burton Lancattir Ky W 8 Cores of Gregory Form Whitehall UK boUKhtfrom 8 Crouch Son LafuyelU Ind the champion Percberon stulllon Carnot for 10000 Carnutls pronounced by rood judges the best typo of a Perchcr on fctilllju ever brought to this He was a winner at the Path show and since landing in America list summer ho has won chamj Ion ship at Indiana Illlnih and Wiscon sin Stilt fairs the New York Horse Show and the International Exposi tion Most prosperous of till years Is the place to which 1909 Is entitled In agri culture declares the Secretary of Ag riculture In his Thirteenth Annual Report The vauoof farm products Is so Incomprensltly large that It has become merely a row of figures this 8700000000 a gain of 369000000 over 1003 The value of the products lies nearly doubled In ten The report says Eleven years of agriculture biKlni log with a of 1417000000 and ending with 18760000000 A sum of 70000 000000 for the pet 1id It has paid off I moiUages It has established banks It Las made better homes It has helped to make the farmer a cllz n bf the I world and U hiss provided him with means for Improving his soil and mak ing It more productive The moststrlklng fact In the worlds agriculture Is the vlue of the corn crop for 1900 which Is about 1720 000000 nearly equals the value of personal adornments of 70000 000 people according to tile census of 1900 Thin gild and coin and bulll the Jolted are not of greater value Ithas grown up from the soil and out of the air In 120 days 15000000 a day for nearly enough for two Dreadnough dally for peace or war This crop ex ceeds In value true average of the crops of the live preceding years by 30 A Wretched Mistake to endure the Itching painful distress of Piles Theres no need U Listen I suffered much from Piles writes Will A Marsh of N C till I got k box of Jrtcklens Arnica Salve cured Burns Cuts Chilblains van ish before 25c at U K McBob erU 1m The Perfet Feminine Face A perfect fcrolnlno face should moaa uro exactly five times the width ol un eye across the cheek bones The eye should be exactly the width of the mouth and the length of tbo ear exactly twice that of the eye The spacp between the eyes should bo exactly the length of ono eye Loulsvllio A Nashville Time Table Fur Richmond Lexington Llndn and Intermediate stbttcn 614 u in 11140 m and 140 p in Fur Sttnford Corbin Knoxvlllo und point Suulh 040 u in and 830 p rn For Ktiuford Lebanon LonUvlllo and points North and South 214 pm His Plan You say you wnnt this alcohol for comerclal purposes auto thing I tq sot a Ulan to drunk I can sell bint a torse feolcntlflo Spanking consists In when 11 child lH actually bud SlIme author think that nil crying U badness nqt When your y cries Viok for plus or BoineejUgrbiil cause If you cant Into llirui tivc tue baby Whites It Is worms which keep U hungry and cross all he lime rVlcusiit UtukeKuroln Its action Price U cents Sold byRE Mc Job rtt lw M 1111111 N U that cost SillS rods n v who JO pleasure and ot Chicago 300 ono having 11 country Liar Ill production the cluthlag and sliver mot Slates onecrop sn City aid was so I Ulce vcr Sores lands I p want punlslunemt only ha UreulII V till go as the chances uro I I a iz Ir rir I men fit r I Viral i r acre f e 1 r a yards prop Ietor e r year years r t 1 tit percent Rolla Eczema t two thirds n a nail r w4 t I I tit spud runt a f IU1HNA VISTA Miss Corn Poor entertained last Tuesday evening nt her country homo Fair View nt oclock dinner In honor of her friend M M Alc6 Mabel Scott ut Ltxltgtoii Tho dining room wits decorated In mistletoe holly and other evergreens Covers were laid for nix A beautiful cut glass bowl which Is an lialtlooin to the Poor family tilled v lih milts formed the center piece Miss Poor pray d ti be nn Ideal hostess As the departed showers of compli ments were strewn around Mh a Poor Miss Uartlm Christopher spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Mrs Ed Ballard Miss Cordelia Hamilton of Mlddlcr horo has been the guest of her broth er Joe Hamilton and fatally Holds Spoonnmore of Yllmore spent Friday night with kite family of John Johnson Albert Skinner and daughter Miry have returned from a visit to relatives near Ilustonvlllc Mr W II Drown moved his taut ily from Cincinnati to his farm near parr Mr Hrown liai the sympathy of the community In the death of Ida wife a few weeks ago Miss Florence Duncan Is threatened with pneumonia Bradley Cirinlntiham and wife am moving from Mircellus to their loan here Tho pi i nary class of lirowns was ciitutalncd last Friday after noon will a tatTy pull the Intermedi ate and senior classes Tuesday nun Messrs Will and Mason ftolond spent the holidays at tin Ir home In Woodford county W 11 Asklns of Kansas PUy and Tom Asklns and finally of Kings City Missouri are visiting their parents The foiluwiig holiday guests have been In our uiUst Miss Margaret Hackluy Georgetown with Mrs 0 U Lane Miss Nannie Leathers Boyle county with Mrs V II Duncan Misses HawKlny Danville with Miss Bertha Chrliitophci Miss Bastln Lan caster Thos Skinner Smtthtleld with the fatally of Albeit Skinner On December 23 Mr Jesse Rogers and Miss Irene Ruble drove to Burgln and were united In marriage at the Methodist parsonage by the brides pastor Rev dodbey They were ac companied by Miss Bertha Christo pher and Mr Alfred Swope After the ceremony the couple left fur Louisville few days la the Full City tlep returned home where several social functions were tendered them The bride Is the youngest daughter F Ruble u well known cattle trader mid farmer The groom Is the youngest son of W A Rogers Tins vicinity was gileved to hear last Wednesday morning of the death of Mrs Holll Spounamore at her home lu Mrs Spuonuruore was born and reared here Sire Is widely connected being of such an amiable dhpoltlon she won a host of friends who extend sympathy to the husband and little daughter Too Much Face You feel as If you face too many when you have furalgla dont you Save the may need It but get rid of the Neuralgln by apply ing Bollards Know Liniment Finest thing In for rheumatism neuralgia burns cuts scalds lame back and all Sold by R E Mc Roberts 1m Commissioners Halo of Laud OARRARD CIRCUIT COURT J B Carters Admr Plaintiff vs Samuel Brewer c Defendants By virtue of a the Oar raru Circuit Court rendered at Its November terra 1009 In the above itvlfd as Muster Commis stoner between hours of 11 p m und 2 p m uLTJelng county courtday Rail at the house door In Lancai tir Garrard County Ky to the higher und best tire following desalt ed roil property I big and being In Uurrard Ky and known as the David Junta tract of land and bounded as fallow Beginning at an ah and hhknry inrner to Mary thenceS 7 W Ill loa Make on corner line ilienco N 47 E to an elm In the branch thence up said brunch E 2t poles lu a sugar trte thenco S 26 W 74 to A stake thence S 85 W 65 poles to lite begin ning containing 101 arty will be sold M a wlifilo and said sale Is made or the purpose of rea zing llm cost of wllch niuiintt to day of Rule to otl5500 approxi mately Said sale will n made credit of six will required til bond with good eat per unUlm front chute of sate until the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may at maturity A wll also bo upon thin land sold fur the payment purchase stumpy J M UOTHWELL Master Comr Onrrard Circuit Court L L Walker Atty for Plff This Jan 7 1910 every Mother la or kliould be worried when the little have a cough or cold It may load to croup or pleurisy or pneumonm Ilion tu bomoHilUir Innro serious Btllardii too troulH complication Sold by K E Nclloty cunt lui r h 1 six guests near Stanford Ihs hiss ftetllpelldlnl a ot J more hud no face ou th world palm lu melt U wl u Y o cu rt II I tlij aerell Sld dot t biter I II 11 Ifll the urn TV MS olin months ha b ute 1 YI o to the Mahlor U I tot said par chose man lelrlnl cent u ilille cues t urchin will ncu and allY t Coils Chapel eve act n MOD JANUARY24t111010 mid e alarluncr d Syrup cur prevcu6 I r n llUVANTHVilLH A Mr T Oi Adftinsnnd Prof Roberta of spent tho holidays with Mrs R A McOrnth nndfuinllT ir Dwld Jenkins of Georgetown hrs been visiting lila father 0 M Jenkins M Jesse Perkins liai returned ti Lnnlnvlllc lifter npniidlng the holldnys Kltn hl mother Mrs Perkins Dr W M nays In Lexington recently Miss fate Farlce was the guest of friends at Wllmoro last week Miss rattle Belle Burke has been visiting relatives nt Danvllld and Junction City Measles seem to be raging In this vicinity Mlwcs Etna Bcrkclo and M ittle Adams being the latest victims Mcssrr G B and W 0 Rose court nt Richmond Monday Mr 0 T Hlgglnbolham of Lex was ovorjto see Mr R D Hal lard who has been qullo sick Miss a num ber of friends nt nn ehgant six course dinner Wednesday evening Covers were laid for ten Mss son Is an Ideal hostess Miss Mnymo Billiard was tho guest of Misses Mirtha and Isles Gill at Lancaster last week Mr and Mrs R A McGratli and son Richard of Greenville S C arc Visiting relatives here Mr Sam Rose came homo from Phil adelphia where ho has been attending the Jefferson school of medicine fur the holidays He will not return to Pliiadrlphla but left Monday for Louisville where he will resume his studies Mr and MR Dunn moved to Lexington Monday They will be greatly missed by their host of friends hers Mrs S A Marct and daughters Misses Joe Helen and will leave soon to spend several weeks In Florida Sir Harvey Patton spent several days in week Mr and Mrs J 0 Williams have moved Into the homo recently vacated oy Mr Lunsford Mrs N P Cobb of Jessamine Into tho ono vacated by Mr recently bought of Dr W M Elliott Dr El llnt and fatally In the residence va n by Dr Durham who expects to 1 vu soon to make Iris home In Okla Mr James BurnMdc of Richmond was hero this week on business Hog Feeders The cheapest and bst way tu cure hogs Is to keep them Lourbon Hog Cholera Remedy juris and keeps lungs In H healUiy Unlfty condl lain Dont walt for to get sick A few doses save the loss of your entire herd Sold by J R Mount Co This for An Affinity Offor If there Is any woman or In any other who sees her enmity In my husband this Is to notify her that sire can have him by calling at my home The Hilltop Atclilson Kan at any hour sire may choose He arum bles at his meals he blows Ills nose In to the grate he puts his feet on the quirts chairs and his head on the cushions ho tells callers that his father was a poor man and that he never had any schooling ho mv statements when 1 tell ol my kinship to the real promlnert people und If I dont watch him ho visit with tho hired man and cnco asked the milkman to dinner If there is woman who sees her afllnlty In HIM let Her hang around my house a tew minutes while I ask him for Chiltimns money let her take him away wants hlmr Atchison Globe White and Dlack Pepper White pepper cornea tram tho saran berry as black pepper White pepper Is tho seed only while black pepper is the entire fruit ABOUT HYOMEI A Bottle Costs Only 50 Cents A Complete Outfit Including Inhaler 100 When B K MoRoborts states emphatically that ho will guarantee llyointl to cure cataurli or give you your money back what U your an swei Aro you satisfied with your condi tion or do you want to rid yourself forever of vile catarrh with Its trump symptoms such as hawking BI Ittlng and bad breath llyomel U a simple antiseptic med icine that you breathe through a snmll pocket the parts sheeted by catarrh Ills made of Aiyunllan eucalyptus mixed with plying and only end contsins every thing necessary to onto any ordinary case of catitnli Extra bcttlts If needed COis Hyomcl It tho heat remedy In the world forsoro throat couglmuiid colds croup anti bronclilts It gives won Jarful relief In two minutes For solo by drugglsw ovarywliero stud by R R MoRuherls Send for free Bum plo bottle arid boo lot Mouths fly omri Co Buttalo N Y It follows nt nmpli sour box ot tat uU u nilkU iQ xuts I I Belle spurt n tow 11111 too Eliza sOli entertained Ike S Wild cleo Lexinutut last Mrand Wlllhms and hi w nt togs How In lIlt town pallor contradicts Then If she still lating Inhale over uneurbmuo out Gut a Ce I ate outfit Udiv coats 00 i ONAlures Indl 5tfon mlll m twit llOlc hUI1lI1 m rh 11111 or bask Large I 1 Shani burg Halloo attended h mid nit Breeder no C any coos I lowing rgrrin gautisopllcs- Ii ry std cures rued mono lu tow i ua FARMERS COLUMN truce blow this hetdluKli for the olu UM f rm f uhictlbcrt It the sale at stuck n l inch thlngi on the framer cannot afford to tit tr llto No notl a will b ncfoplfd o r lour linen jlll be only In two liind ot the I have nboulpOOnhockn of fodder for solo or will take some cat Id to oat soma qua Scott lluenn Vista J II Thompson of Preachcrsvllle has live 300 pound and live 2ii pound meat for unh nt 8 dents goad n Ilk cows for sale that Will bo fresh G Lust on Monday Dec 20 1900 a gum cost nblul 2 inlles tram Lancaster on Lexington pike Finder please return 1 1 this office or T Cobb at Stone I have four nice for sale They will be fresh In January John A Hay Lord Ky Hoport of the Condition PEOPLES BANK doing billnet at Ialnl IUV town ot 1alnt Lick County ol ot Kentucky AT or MTIINIIII ON Till nnd Din c ninety m t te MmoiHnail Ixmntou Time Lame oi CollM T l Due froin llankt United Ptnle allon l UaukNolv Specie t 81970 Ol 9MO Ob KM1 10 lint on OTvrdrallt unsecured Current Kxpciuei Real llouto IIAHIIITIrSfC- apttnl Stock fM In Inc llrtooflOO- Riirplin Fnnd H OOII Iront 1 S7 l Deposit BnWecl to chock on which Inlorel U not pad f 1IICW1M National Ilauki 3K5 27 ItltOM f- BTATK op cousrv or uAmivitil1C1- I W 0 ol the loon named Dank wear ttinl tho alioto U lost ol my knowledge and belief I iRubcrlbe l worn to before me Uh day ol Jantull 1910 A D EtrldKe Notary labile Mr eiplrei February 10 IV10 Cinrcct Attci- lWCWjuu J 8 Barrows J Dliectora- K I Wood The Pedestrian lu 1910 Chujzchugl Hrrr Ilrrrt Qlllfgll luggllllglllug rite predcstilan paused at the Inter section of two busy and looked about An automobile was rushing uUilm from one direction a motorcycle from another an auto truck was coming train behind and n taxicab was speedily approaching Ho looked up and saw directly above hits a runaway airship In rapid decent There was but one chance lie was standing upon a manhole cover Quickly seizing It ho lifted the lid and Jumped Into Iho hole Justin time to ho run oyer by u subway train Lip Incotts The Meant Man In It tho one who always wears a frown Is cross and disagreeable and Is short and sharp In hli answers Nino cases out of ten Its not Urt poor fellows fault Its his digestion that lelp being Are you In danger of Into that condition Then at once taking llallards Herblno for your liver the safe sure and rclablo vegetable regulator Sold by R E Multoberls 1m H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky LEARN TELEGfiAPHY TAKE AWAHTAGE OF OUR OFFER 250 of students lullroiul faro pall Hoys thtl li YOUUOPPOUTUN1TV to team U llrstclass that pava a good inontU In year Excellent board at low rates New nun hua dolliihtful 1 8000 Imbltunui moriil mirroundlnuH 8tu dents tiuullfv In 4 tn 0 inuntlm Our BrudimteH POSlTIVKfA OUA KAN TKKI POS1TIQNB pajlni I5 to 05 per mouth to Nturt pn Kasy and pleasant employment rapid promo motion awarded Great DqmuiKt fur Telegraph Operators today fur uur Free Olpu e lustrated Catalog which Hives jmrtlculatH Houtliem HCIOQ of rl cgruiihy link aw NCWII MI 0 i j of lilt and for I I free i i l hogs I I have live y Conn 1 Jersey cows I or vus j Uurard late Till CLolJI I banns one or more aterd Nail VIoIGI U I 111 I- IOerrAfIIoll t11t 6811 fO raId 31 IMJO a Due Cashier 10 I state meat tau to u W o KUIYII Cubler tale Comml loo I Zpzlpl ZllIlollIl Town I liver d makes 1 miserable ho cant I I lug I star II YOUNG MN GREAT SPEC Scha huh W BOA IJ AU reduced to aalurv ovary too III 11 lalte I l sleleeree0eeeeevevoeaNO ti e11100e0oe11ee4eaeeeee Ire grain vas gad of charge at once 28th da o cc 1909 UIICERt ill xlth ruts a mil 16vnar 710r 41mt 4s Ertete sllto4a47 s Ketppe rot cross srreets a greeablc IIttf IIta I n PEIhGft- A1lllTYi CINOANI1tA1L 15 ant tad china t Waite tat r StraightGreek on the market Henley V Bastin at the Creamery I t ts4IMrHrM MV JWJtH M r I l2I i2 l 1 fi Mi Ut 1 It t2r I n 9f 1 c- inatax t sa sstkrkr ssaicadacgtsfl snit Wasellhe k estn- rIf Crl L till 6 t 1 t ptl tl1aatC tltt tlttlti 1QQQtQQQJQtQtDQtQtQ ht Something New In Kitchen The 1892 Pure Is rapidly coming into use fur cooking purposes It of agate and cau c while its first cost U a more than ordinary ware it Is really much in the as t if twentyfive last practically a life time The genuine IB92 Wore mode only from t in break scorch bur It looks life but only about one quarter as easily cleaned and rust or tarnish Absolutely pure nonpoisonous and wholesome money n an the otliinaj and uln with lh VlllcM Owl Alyuuf ilcuktl K- f J R MOUNT CO fkJ 1W e Alum nu are cnllm re r I It year and SPUN not cSt rum wll nut scale peel vet mu saves sure ten l le will as too wave UNDBRTAK R Arterial Cavity Embal II on on Dsurllte ousel and more bull POSTEDTire undersigned ncrcbjr give warn to all persons not to trcspaw upon our lauds for any purpose whatever aii wo will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunt flTfc Fishermen especially take Jno M Furra Parsons S FerKiiKon VtyK N II Price K P A Prlco W 8 Rmbii jr 8 L Ulcb Dave Thulir on J W Hweeno- jrXTHIceT Mrs Itol ccu West K K Daniels- DH Anderson IKJArnoliJA- Y 0 Andowon II C IliunlUon L II Brown 0 V Conn T W Conn Conn KILLTMU COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS sscoviry COLDS T i u t ANI Alt THROW AND TUNA TROUBLES OK MONXY B UND D R McRoicrU Drug Sore Mound Clt Ia may cost a trifle J E Sturunes co flulW In Irrl1A1Iln Jail SuLlolI J a WITH g s oo IL1ED JUTIIIFA oa- I C log Mrs ISV Mrs taa rsn rli No tFOR UAAN Iii h A EEAZLEYS FULL LINE OP CASKETS ASH HURUL K01IES ALWAYS IK STOCK We wish to say to the public that THE Im3iit rogulnr for every Come in and get t best PIIOTOI5S at the best prices The FOX STUDIO FO STt1DIO been open some ti to ut will be opened t lyday now aliit Womans Age often does not agree with her appearance Pain and suffer ing add to tho years till many women look much older than they really are women avoiding pain by the regular uso of that ef women Wino of Cardul keep their youth and beauty Mrs Annlo Vaughan Ral eigh N C tried Cardul and writesI was sick and worn out almost unto death My sister finally persuaded me to take Cardul I had taken bottles I was well and strong Try Cardul U Is wo men Its tonic building ties should restore you gently to health Thousands wo men have found It to give them lastlpg benefit Try Cardul sale everywhere cclua for five for of Take r z47 H M SteamedShop for lint and Towels W apt tfcUl and we to ftllok loth old rolUbUllaibtr wish M year 61 tpnlinee and a IhrcveUalr Hlclimohd street Hour Office over I a in to It 1 1 in to I Stortnti Drug Slot BF Phono OS Lancastor Ky H J arveor Iliirtt furniture lore Lancaster Kentucky Ed C BUT LANCASTKK RC KKNTUCKV Call In and Hair Cut and North of Puhlle Bqnare Hot and Cold Baths W T KING 0 cry your isles of references I r JfO Dunn and Ilted Itncnti f your are shop W4LT R D I TIN LEY mJ INSURANOE1 Rot Vto ampuo lid eerLOWULL KHNTUCKY Oct hlut a r 11M0o 1NSsH CARIBNN sssSiesiSsIS f S0411NM1- un t can de here r stay y omen Count It pines IIOUSLflARllh Aueti0 lest K W Morrow Gratltmte Optician OlaiMi Filled SatUlacltoo Guaranteed J E Robinson LAWYER aid C NTY ATTORNEY Will Piacll4V State CourU and U Court Office over Police Court Phono 101 M K DENTIST one orer Arnold Mlltlntrj Hughes SSwinebroad ESTATE Sell on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 were y Occasion Ware McRoberts WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest prioo raid Goof OoiT and Salt cheap for cash Wanted Old Iron Bones Melal Rubber Cream Vermifuge I all I fII R Iran s I For E H B Northcott11t VHIT 1iJ District easy the ewluOnlseeseelsse seeeeleu Cut F asoseeasousueoeeesooesoe for Poultry F E EGGS REMEDY NORM CHHJWENI fAVOWTE TOMB ciwaai or MitatigNi TMI IMUIK i0 ONIV If MgKoborta Drug StoreYcueTile r