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THE CENTRAL RECORDPURK HELlOIOh UNTARNISHED DEMOCHAQl AND OOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 14 1910 NUMiiR4i f d I If 7W- BNTIBTII II I m Tv V 4 i9 j4 d lyP 1 4 W l 1 t- I r a- li y Horse Shoeing We have two good horse shoens They will correct Firing and Treat Gores All kind of repairing on all kind of GUESS CONN BROTHERS n f I Stumbling Int ering l I H Lh MtlloMlMTholma Hamilton Is re ported quite sick of tonsllllls Ilobt I boon lit tar moral weeks h Improving Ills many friends will regret to learn of the sudden loath of Mr T J II Turner of Nashville Tenn formerly living here and well known through this county Mr II U Denton has a copy of The Cancaslon a weekly paper published Hi Now York In 1803 full of events of the war democratic In policy and contilns an Item of Kentucky un der martial law Mr Jordon Myers 70 years of age who died at lily home near High Brldgn Saturday night of heart dis ease was tba father of Mrs Wm M Simpson of Teatcrsvlllo and Mrs D E Blumfleld also of this county Improving Mr J 0 Dlckersoni many frljnds will ho glad to hear that he Is on the way to recovery after a serious Illness of typhoid pneumonia One of his nursed has been dismissed and with out complications should arise It Is thought he will recover Mrs 8 N the sympa thy of the community In the recent death of her father Mr Sanford A Rice of Carlisle The deceased was a deacon of the Christian church In his community for many years a staunch democrat and a prominent farmer of Nicholas county U D O The Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U D C will render a programme on Wednesday January 10th In the parlor of the Hotel Kengarlan and a number of Interesting features will be included In the exercises The meeting Is held as a Leo and Jackson memorltl service and all the members are urged to attend and par ticipate paying due tribute to the memory of these two Confederate heroes Miss Ann Bottle died on Friday night at the name of her nephew Mr Wm Uettls on the Danville pIke af ter a general decline of health The burial occurred Sunday after a short service at the Bravo followed by Interment In the Lancaster ceme tery The deceased was 70 years of age and was long devoted and consist ent member of the Chlstlan church She will beremember b oldorcltlxen for her long and faithful service as tollgate keeper on the Danville pike in well as her loving attention and and tender care of her aged mother She ii survived by several nephews and nelces o It Is I Bettle morning who Nicholls has co t PIei 1 J frr call pay rQ r f 1 tt 7 li t 1 W tACCOUNT loi1 e 1 f ff V I TLogan 1 1T I 11 rs t Er l 4 H Mrs Thusa Currey and son have taken with Mm Guy Davidson Dividend Daolarad At the annual meeting of the Board of Directors of the Dank of Bryants vllle the regultrt mlannual dividend of 3 per cent WM declared payable January 16th lOlO Suoeeaafut School Miss Maud Upalnhower who has just closed one of the most successful public schools In the county boa to her homejn Oarrard county Richmond ReglUer The farmers HOBO Journal of Jan uary 8th contains a good picture of T 0 Elkin driving Pharothrtlie well known roadster g dlng that belongs to W B Dutton Ie will be remem bered by all whoMw him show In the big roadster ring at the Lancaster fair Good Condition The annual report of the financial condition of tbo city of Lancaster ap pears elsewhere lo this issue giving the receipts end In full It presents a good showing and speaks well for the Council and all the city oOlelali The balance on hand Is 1182201 Outlay As we go to press we hear the sad news of the death of Mrs JesseJWGul Icy that occured Wednesday night The funeral will take place from the residence of Mr Robert Qulloy on Buckeye pike Friday morning at ten oclock conducted by Rev O P Bush and Eld F M Tinder Interment Will take place In the Lancaster City Council Meeting The Council met Tuesday night and transacted considerable business Among the most Impoftant things that came up before It was the Intro ducing of an ordinance to prohibit the sale nf elder In the city This was In troduccd on the grounds that the ci der was being mixed with lemon ex tract and other things thcreoy mak ing an intoxicating beverage Itwlll come up again at the February meet ing NaUoital Bank The stockholders of the National Dank elected Tuesday afternoon the following officers tj serve for the en suing year A R Danny President Jno E Stormes Vice President S C penny J F Robinson Assistant B T Embry Bookkeeper DIIlKCTOnS S A B Denny A C Rbblnsbo J E Stormes S C Denny J W I Williams Cltzono National Bank On Tuesday afternoon the stock holders of the Citizens Bank elected the following ofllcers to serve for the ensuing year J J Walker President J 8 John son Vice President B F Hudson Cashier W 0 Rlgney Asshtant Cashier 0 D Walker Bookkeeper J J Walker Jr Assistant Book keeper DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex GIbbs Lewis L Walker U A Arnold Garrard Sank Trust Co At a meeting of the stockholders of the above Institution on Tuesday the following ofllcers were elected to serve for the ensuing E McRoberU President Banks Hudson 1st Vice President R I But ton 2nd Vice President J W more Cashier D A Tbomas Assistant Cashier R L Elkln Bookkeeper R II Tomlinson Attorney DlKKCTOllt II T Logan J R Ilasoldcn R L Elkln V A Lear R L Burton W L Lawson- T J Price L K Perkins W T 0 RankIn Tbo Own A B Brown Jr J W Hill J II J 0 Eubanks- J H Wtt R H Tomlinson J E Robinson Mason II Pollard Job Marsee F B Marksbury A semiannual dividend of 2 per cant Another Big Fair Inthe absence of President J Y Robinson tho meeting of the Garrard County Fair Association was called to order by Vice President II T Logan After the reading of the minutes of the last meeting by Secretary R L Elkin the following oftlcera were elec ted to serve for the ensuing year 0 A Arnold President II T Logan Ut Vlcq President W R Cook 2nd VIce President R L ElkIn Secretary and Treasurer As there twenty live stock holders and the above four were elected committee ap pointed by H T Logan named the re maining at stockholders as directors made the Kieoullve Committee as follows J MFarrajJ Y Robinson J W Elmore C A Rotlnson F H Hughes B Burton and J L Gill The next thing cone before the meeting win on which the air should be held this year It was unanimously void to hold It oa July 8Uh MtU and Wb Duwo la got your seats now at Mc Theodore rooms Cochran yearn E R W G GQoch Dalton declared Ire to OIUCe a and W to Ute c Ing b Clan returned cemetery Cashier A Ii Gill Cook aaa dates w Mystery anti the ma glclan Thanks to Mr Ernest 0 Brown of San Diego California for a copy of the San Diego Sun In which were full dcsctlptljns of the city and county showing them to be In a most prosper ous condition Miss Sallle Tlllett has the good for tune of having secured tho place of deputy under J W Hamilton In the County Clerks ofllcc Miss Frankyo Kauffman also holds a clerkship under Mr Hamilton Thank Mr S A Wallace of Lexington In remitting for hIs paper for another year I herewith enclose check for one dollar In payment of Fathers subscription to the best county paper In the State ylz Tbe CENTIIAL RECORD Good Statement Elsewhere In this i Rue we publish the statement of the condition of the Garrard Bank Trust Co of this city and the Bunk of Bryantsvlllo They both show steady growth and will be satisfactory to their respective stock holders Commltttoman Elected At a meeting of the democrats of East Park precinct on Saturday after noon J Hamilton was elected chair man and A K Walker secretary Rogue Brown was unanimously elected democratic committeeman for that predict to till the place of R M West RELIGIOUS At the union services Sunday even Ing at the Presbyterian church Elder F M Tinder preached a most able discourse upon The Ten Virgins Eld F M Tinder will preach Sun day morning at the CluMian Church on What God Expects of the Men of the Church Youve Got To Advertise When tho dust Is on the counter and the cobwebs on the shelf and theres no one In the store but your own disheartened self and jour stock Is getting shelfworn and everything looks stale and bills enough are com lug In to make a banker pale Oh thens the time a fellow Is afeelln1 kind oblue and Is puzzled with the thought of the proper thing to do In such a situation but one remedy applies If you want to get the cus U to advertise x Resign Position Mrs Belle Burnside who for years has so ably conducted the department of tho Lancaster Graded School lisa resigned her position on account of 111 health Miss Mae McGee daughter of Mr and Mrs John McGee of Danville formerly of this place has been selec ted to complete the term and being a graduate of Cincinnati Conservatory of music It goes without saying she is very competent and will give entire satisfaction The 1 oldOvers and The New Judge Ford J E Robinson Squire Bourne Miss Jennie IIIgRlna and W S Carrier are doing business at their old stands as heretofore to the satis faction of the public and the best In terests of the people The harness In the sheriffs ofllcc Just ties Ballard and Robinson W B Mason home In the Circuit Clerks ofllce be was there for thirty years J W Hamilton Is an experienced man and will give satisfaction In the Qounly Clerks of fice while Jack Adams Is doing nicely serving a four years term In Change of LatchStrings In order that may know how to thud your friends we give some of the raovlngs that have lattly taken place J B Sandusky moved to Jessamine and W A Price moved to the place vacated b him R S Brown moved on Water street and G D Robinson moved to the old Walker homestead J S Schoolor and T B Robinson moved to farms on Richmond pike re cently purchased by them James Witt moved on Crab Orchard street R P Gregory moved to Jack Adams place on Richmond atrnot Judge Burn side moved to Mr on Lexington street and W S Carrier moved to tho property vacated by him Mr Pralher moved to Mrs Grants property and Mr Hlbbard moved where ho lived on Water street Male House moved on Danville street and II 0 Simpson to house vacated by him L U Sanford of KIrk vllle moving where Simpson lived Dave Sanders moved to thIS Fisher property on Lexington street aud Dave Rosa to the property vacated by him Jno E Anderson moved to the property bv H V llastin who moved to tho country Alexander Walker moved to the property purchased of Mrs Joseph and Joseph to the Stormea Flats on Danville Jesse Fox moved to the W A Price place and flub Arnold lives at the Kauffnian property Dee Guile moved to the Mason property on Stanford street and James Dalton where Qulley bad llveij on Crab Orchard street Dob Burnslde movedoii Danvlllestreet and Parker Jenkins moved near the water works W L Lawson moved to the Ilemphlll property and Bruce Law son to the farm Mr nd Mrs James H Dunn have moved from to Decatur III where they will nuke their hove tunA no says t many musical all Roolnsone property vacated Jacob rt-t deceased get teat you street M w YOUR ACCOUNT Now is the time we need it HASELDEN BROTHERS Why you shuuldjpatronlzo THE PEOPLES BANK BECAUSE X 1st Our ODlcera and men of sterling integrity 2nd We do business on a basis 3rd We strive always to prompt and courteous service to all our friend wf patrons Kb Your Money Is left In our care In addlllon to other precautions forsafely we carry ample fidelity and burglary Insurance Our surplus Is growing rapidly and we are becoming stronger each day Try us and you will never regret It Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky your Tor with HASELDEH 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 MAKE ROOM my large SPRING STOCK I r Pleas Pay ti IUS 0 10 N z s Z Employe re co vative a rd S when a BEAZLE WJ I Sl841XM m o 00 forID IDi OP y1VYgtA Pgfot7yY79GM4K4C7gN lAGOQ AmOMOC0M0OLn i gl Giti CtSit tl t9i4 Pt NryiAl h i- ZziIz e1cco fi h 4 N- rs t 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 UOStj I I 1 I 4 i s 1ir 1lt 1- V4 F CENTRAL RECORD HBUKD WilILY 1100 A YURt f 8 HUGHES Mambar Ky Pfen Association and Klahth District Publishers Laaaua Lancatttr Ky January 14 1910 tits For Poljlloal Announcamanta Fur Precinct mid City Oftlce 1 600 Onlcca 1000 Fir and District Offlces 1600 Fur Calls por line 10 Fur Cards per line 10 For all publication In the of Individuals expression of Individual view pot line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo are authorized to announce lion Hiuvoy Helm to succeed himself In Congress Mibcct to the ac tion of the Democratic party 1909 Tobacco Crop According to figures compiled by the United States Department AR rlculture the 1009 tobacco crop amounted to 049357000 pounds The report lives the average price at the farm as 101 cents per pound making the total value of the crop 95719000 We hardly understand how this val uation was arrived at A compara tlvely small proportion of the 1009 crop has yet been sold and tobacco article which Is dlmcult to place a valuation on It Is worth what brings Possibly the Government Rot valuation from the trust If BO the flares will have to be revised un less the Government succeeds In abol ishing the tobacco pool which It Is now trying to do It does seem u little hard ti us plain people that our Gov should allow the American Tobacco Company a trust of tbo first water to go unmolested and then try to crush the farmers for organizing simply to protect themselves Farm ers Home Journal The summary dismissal of Plnchot Roosevelts friend fur insubordina tion by order of President Taft may have set the fuse to a masked battery However there will be little question as to the propriety of the act Plnchot had Rotten to think he was a bigger man than Tuft when matter of fact few men arr He had one of the insurgents read a letter from Taft In Congress and Is said to have dared the President to fire him The Incident promises to produce tbe biggest patty split the Republicans have ever known and when thieves fall out honest men Ret dues Let them fight We are like the woman who said when she her husband and a bear In a death grapp It lithe I ever In which I didnt cara who whip Evening Gazette The Courier Journals Frankfort correspondent says In Saturdays pa per Among those who Visited Frank fort this week to be present at the of the General Assembly Is Judge Conn Bell of Harrodsburg for mer judge of tbe Thirteenth Judicial district Friends of Judge Bell say that he was here In the Interest of his race for Attorney General of If he to this office and satisfied tbe people of the State as well as he dill the people of this dis trict while he was judge and we have v no doubt that ho would his name would be added to the immortals of Kentucky About half a million dollars Is due the school teachers of the state and just that amount was In the treasury a few days ago and tbe Treasurer to pay warrants drawn for aries allowed of the Legisla ture as It will take about 1100000 to pay them and the treasurer wanted them to decide whether they would wait or have the teachers to wait This Is an easy question Pay the They work hard do much they outnumber the legisla tors The latter 6nact a law pro viding a means by which their salaries can be paid The Louisville Herald Is certainly making a strong pull for a larger clr culation since ti yhayd reduced the price ut that excellent paper to one cent The Herald Is much improved under the now management and It look like the reduction In price will make agencies for It throughout the State Agents are wanted In every town and any wishing to secure It mutt make application to the circula Ion department of the Herald We hardly think It necessary Jo In form the public a deep stow fell and we have hadsoine very cold weath er Out It might be news to say that It was the heaviest know that has fal len In Kentucky In fifteen years and with UNA exception the deepest since 1687 Last December was tbe coldest December in S3 years We may expect good health and abundant crops In 1010 f A number of good bills luye been In trpduefd In the If that body v pass the county unit bill and revise our rotten taxation teratbey will be praised by a large ma jorlty of the people Wehope that they will not go off on mouse tracks but UM ihAlf time It passage of Mtjiurti U 1 y i to ojlet lit Ir lItteIClG For UountT State Interest a Th I It its ernment asa saw first fight saw pedKy Kentucky wereelected t t H refused sa- Il can r JI bull J h r JI r t Edt Pubr JteltrrdI la lad Laaeaarer n1- S Xad Xnner T ur s X 1 a t lean their l l 1 fl organization I h s 1 i members r teaches I 1 one that y I r aye Soaks pnigbaf- rIe Tho fcili ln from President Taft Is true to the letters there Is tine lesson taught by hlitory It Is that the permanent grcatncM of any state must depend moro upon Its country population than upon anything else No growth of wealth can make up for a loss lu eith or the number or character of tbe terming population Tho Lcilngtjn Herald gives static tics to prove that the per cent of hilt Is much greater In States that have no school suffrage for women than In those that have and Ken tucky 0110 of the first named En act a law permitting women to vote In school affairs and we will soon be come more enlightened Goy Wlllson did nut submit sug gestions In reference to a revision of our laws on revenue and taxation This li the biggest pill In the box and as the treasury Is empty he should have taken It first But perhaps he has concluded that the repub licans will never carry the State again and hence his indifference The Democratic members of the general assembly favor an Income tax Thus shows good judgment The in comes can bear the burden Govern ment the protection of life and property and as It costs much to pro tect the property of the rich they should pay more than the poor for protection It Is reported that Thomas W Law son the Boston Millionaire ban fought the Burley Tobacco pool at about 20 per pound and the formation of a manufacturing company If this Is true It will be dead easy to pool hereafter L L Walkers friends regardless of politic are willing to give odds that he win the race lor U S District Attorney for he s truly a Longfellow In body and mind Joe Kmbry of Stanford Is door keeper of the House and Jessie Alver son of the same city h assistant clerk of the the General Assembly at Frankfort The insurgents and Democrats in Congress combined and stopped tbe roar of the Cannon awhile Too Much Face You feel as If you had one face too many when you have Neuralgia dont you Save tbe face you may need it but get rid of the Neuralgia by Bollards Snow Liniment Finest thing In the world for rheumatism neuralgia burns cuts scalds lame back and all pains Sold by R E Mc Roberts 1m Good Old How would you like to return totbe Good Old Days before the bill collects was turned louse upon an unprotected publicBefore people knew that they bad concealed within their anatomies tbat dreadful and worthless piece of ma cbinery known as the vermiform ap pendix When every doctor bad his saddle bags wlttrhlui and no matter what the trouble was be gave you calo mel and quinine and It always cured youBefore we were notfled on hand that countless thousands of deathdealing microbes lurked In everything from loves first honeyed kiss to a skillet of fried onions Before It became styllih to sleep away the long winter nights bard thin mattress between two cojd sheetsWhen eggs were so cheap that your wife didnt board them up and rush them off to market without leaving even enough for an occasional eggnog When boys wore redtupped brass toed boots and in dresses and wore their hair down their backs without a suggestion of spit curls rats and psyche knots When everybody used the same kind of cologne When an Invitation to a wedding and the infalr didnt have to re sponded to with a cutiilass punch bowl when In all probability the very same day jou sent the aforesaid you were forced to drink butter milk out of a stone china coffee cup When there were no telephones by which ycur wife could order a lot of trash that silo did not need and could notify you to come homo before you had scarcely struck the club or the sorrier grocery When a girl could make up her bed and her room without having case of nervous pros When a boy could split a little kindling and carry In two buckets of coal without a pain i hits side or the headache When mother could get MX children off In time for school do all the work take a lot of good things to several sick nrUbors and not havu to be sent annually to the hospital for repair When mothers looked altir their babies Instead of the pet dUll When men settled their difficult i by appealing to their nelghors or with bare Hats instead of with Winchesters andlu tile c ut troonu When aman could take a little wine for his stomachs sake without going home drunk and beating up his wife and terrorizing gen orally When have tosclla good to buy When a woman drew came u high up did low down WD B a boy at CUrUou tint wu lilt oracy 14 wisely Ii for cents proposed Senate In for Days ever ana plaited be wee nlldron you dlla horse to buy wife Ii hat and two liar Ii lilt will applying plat punchbowl e defined ration household this your coatsuiil 1 P i natufled with a package of lire crack ore and three hog bladders and a girl was delighted with a china doll and a candy sheep Before kids learned to wilts a letter to Santa Claus asking for wagons plstoh dulls dull buggies doll beds ttalns automobiles candy bananas nuts wearing apparel of every dUcrlpi ion and a cart and pony When wo used candles and tallow dip and didnt have to pay tribute to the Standard O 1 Co When buys spoke of their parents as father and mother Instead of the old lady and the governor When children were taught to obey their parents rather than parents made to obey the child When shoes were fitted to the feet and not feet fitted to shoes When everybody worked Including father When womens shoo heels were where they ought to be and not stuck shoe at and angle of 45 degreesHow would you like to return to tine Good Old Days when folks went to church to take part In the services and not to see how many pretty fixings they could put on and see what other folks wore When folks went home from church and Ulscusscd the good points In the sermon rather than cuss the minister for not being more entertilntng and for preaching more than thirty min utesWhen everybody took part In the singing each following his own pecu liar time rather than depending on a few squeaky voices stuck off In one cor her on an elevated platform When the preacher a real man of God and not a product of one of the modern schools of theology pointed his people the straight and narrow way which he himself was When the hymns were a real leader with a tuning fork be fore tbe advent of the big pipe organ tbe horn and the diddle When everybody Invited everybody else home with bin to dinner and each one invited tbe preacher When folks read the bible Instead of newspapers and novels on Sunday When the church place of wor ship and not a medlnm for the display of fine millinery and costly store clothesBefore the days when the preacher answered a call of the Lord that carried with It tbe blggebt smart When christians paid their just share of the church expenses without having to be assessed and then chased all over the country to collect sameWhen the entire family sat together and mingled their voices In songs of praise before the days when tbe young folks come In late drop down In the rear and never cease to giggle and talk even while tbe minister is praying Wben mother read tbe bible to all the family gathered around one big cheerful open fire and not an stove or a hole In the and father lifted his voice in supplication Before people got to busy reading the newspapers chasing tbe almighty dollar and studlug schemes get to officn to study the bible We love the present but oh you Good Old Days Kentucky Republi can Census Enumerator All persona who wish to be o nsua enumerators should read tbe follow ing carefully and flue application be tore January 25th with supervisor N D Miles Nlcholasvllle Ky Washington D C December 29 1909 By January 25 all applications for the positions of enumerators In the Thirteenth Decennial States Census must be filed with the super of census for the supervisors districts In which the applicants re side Between that date and Febru cry 6 the supervisors will cards to applicants Informing them where they are to report for the test to be held at Lancaster Ky on Feb ruary 6 only Census Director Durand emphatl cally states that persons desiring to hold such should not In fear of the Usst to be made person of publlcicbool educa tlon who can write plainly and fast will go through the with colors flying In fact tbe test h Intended simply to help tbe supervisors pick suitable persons to enable the Director of the cenjiun to exercise intelligently ills power of of those whom the supervisors designate appointment It will Involve the U ling of either a who will make the count In tbe cities or of both a sample population and agricultural schedule by candidates who will enumerate the country To prepare the way and to insure every being given a fair chance the supervisors will advance to each and every candidate a set of printed Instructions for filling In these sample schedules Between February Band February 22 the supervisors will go through the test papers satisfy themselves us the qualifications of those wue have pasted and make their designations or recommendations to the Census 41 rector The nut step will be the JX rectors approval sad then the to the 8avt Your Hogs How can you afford fj take chants against the ravages of diseases which are ImbloUo wipe out your entire herd pt bogs at any time Bourbon cholera Remedy prevents disease and makes hogs grow and fatten very rap Idly Hold by J ft Mount Cu guns live Intbe t 1 wan wall to the to elected United sendout An average heat and sample population schedule In t orange really treading airtight AIInlghttY vl ors stand reasonably approval fur by those send supervisors enumerators I General News Living as father and daughter Ro berta hulas do Janon tho 17yearold Philadelphia heiress and Frederic Cohen waiter at the ford Hotel December 29lh from Philadelphia and for whom a wjrldwlde search was Instituted were found and arrested at Chicago Not Mr Carnegie and his millions In steel but woman with millions left her by her husband heads tho list of personal tax assessments made public in New York She Is Mrs Emma B Kennedy widow of the late John 8 Kennedy whip left 0000000 to charity when be died recently and she must pay taxes personal property valued at 10000000 Mr Carnegie who the list last year tied this year for second place with Mrs Russell Sage at 15000000The lour Investigation by the Department of Agriculture to develop a strenuous fight ac cording fci authoritative report It that the real fight will be made by the makeraof bleaching machinery who have raised a fund of 1100000 for thay urpose and not by the millers Sixty feet below the surface of Water street ten men engaged In digging the water tunnel to he used by the Kentucky ElectrlcCompanyat Louis villa had a narrow escape from death Monday morning when a Msfoot sow er directly above their heads gave way and flooded the hole in which they were working with water With the water rMng quickly about them the workmen rushed for the shaft One by one they quickly scaled tbe ladder to the top of tbe earth A tragldy was narrowly averted I A Wild Blizzard Raging brings danger suffering often dcath to thousands wire take colds coughs and lagrlppe tbat terror of Winter and Spring Its danger signals are stuffed 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 New Discovery One bottle cured me writes A L Dunn of Pine Valley Miss after being laid up three weeks with Grip Fur sore lungs Hemorrhage Coughs Colds Whooping Cough Bronchitis Asth ma Its supreme flee II by R E McRobertftXlui Dont to the Jan 20 1910 Obituary George Dunlap whoso death occurred in Chicago December 19 was the only surviving son of Mr Woodford Gaines Dunlap and Ella Burdette Landram Ho was born at Nicnolasvlll Ky on tbe twenty fourth of October 1881 tits mater cal was General William Jennings who served In the war of tbe States On the paternal aide his grandfather was the George W DunUp a statesman and a lawyer of ability lie was In both families from sturdy Huguenot stock Tbe blood of the McKees Lapsleys Robertsons and Letcbers flawed In his veins Of hu revolutionary ancestry General Wll Ham Jennings and Major William Dunlap whose remains Ho In tbe Lexlngtpn City of the Dead served until the surrender at Yorktown Superior talent and culture were the watchword of bit people honor and upright living dlulngulbbed them throughout their generations The young man whose life was BO suddenly possessed high capa bilities and many ktsrllng vlrtuts He was endowed with distinct person al attractions and attached friends wherever be wenti Kind pbllg log it was pleasure to know him and his early taking away Is sincerely mournedFor father and sister who sur vive him the sympathy of the com munity was stirred to fervent dons of condolence and was fated In the numerous floral offerings sent In the letters and telegrams and visits of frlendJ We have looked upon bU dead face and felt a pang of anguish that hli young life went out so He sleeps beside the mother who Idolized him friends t whom his genial companionship ever welcome bate said farewell the places that kpef bin will know him no more forever In the resurrection morn we shall know oi we are known and there up there some day wel A FiJsnd Lexington Herald December 23 Buy Fresh Milk imornmg from the DAIRYMAN S W Mos who eloped on topped promises Is said uP 00 all se d v Woodford Land ram cut off Mild IIi pres to bll hat resting loon I Bellevue Stral a Guaranteed moat Courthouse grandfather How descended B place The Rae understand ahtMieN r r I ANNUAL KKlOKT- OV Tltlt Financial Condition 01 T1IK CITY OF LANCASTER Vor the fiscal year ending January 3rd 9 10 rUUnce on bund J n tt- Fhifi collected IUIIro d Ui Llcenieicollorie Tmti t tMMI DIBnUUSRMKNTS M II in Cllf Attjr r for Town cioek Police J u City treasurer Aiienor HtiMrvlion Fur Unking fund On Streets Freight JtliltliiK WATKIl WOtlKS KKVKNUIC ItFCEtlTS- lUUne on html 4th lto f M collected I MM Aml trtnifcrrcd from ftn r l l irstj Knf Inter Paltry Bupla inn roolriNew Smoke Stick lUnllni Mlieellanroni RW McUOBEUTH Clerk I Morn 2MOO Total tiMl TO Mayor Unclalma Lattara Below is a list of letters remaining In the Lancaster Post office unclaim ed the week ending January 10th 1910 DIll Atkins Lizzie Arnold J E Buck Miss Mamie Canines Joe Dela nay Eliza Hosklns Frazier T O Mil ler Ellen Miller Anne Strudge Rev J L Wlnn W W Walker In calling for these letters picnic say they were advertised West P M UEOEi UOD 4111 OlIer trneh U eollcltdm Total f lIar ell 11000 Inltq ot 18101 moo II roO lMt0 UtnUn IroII PO toII MOO IMII 1160 lfI1 eoul Too 10 111119 II to1 tT Streetlla In T9 to lm ta Aml TlIndrr Labs 61 Dalsnc r tarlHI Total U Jan aesii 180 so r hl S1111A M 1121 n T LOGAN Wm T Yr t collected a66iai bNtU 660751 hem 15 Mayor 76tH Marshal Pddxztrapollce 5600 60w M Isoote ato Telephones ceount L 1ua 61 nIu6MCote Item 6 solo to let worie lend on band I 9Tn Water ten fund Total 19681 T- Onl9adnBEMRNTB care at COLUMBIADoubleDisc Records 65c They fit any machine and outwear any other re cords in the world Double value for your money I Call in Get acataloc F G HURT We will send the Courier Jonml for i MONTH- Sto you for 1OO R B McRoberts I rI th t alp ext As the firm of J R ti MOUNT CO has taken gin a new partner all m ACCOUNTS 1 made with DUE old firm Please call and SETTLE m J R MOUNT CO r DJftHJJ f tl t w 1 r C 18 11 f1 s are r THE National Bank Of Lancaster Oiiltil50000 Jfrplyi 20000 HUtSVIiiPrul S e OMIT Caiklir J F Robinson Asat Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIHMCTUM Saml D Cochran R Danny A 0 Robinson John R 8 C Denny J Wl Williams A I Dun tr J Storm L Gill it Alex J J WALKBK President J S JOIIMSOM Vies Preet OROANIZED I88j Th CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS lajooo B P JDSOK Cashier W O RIOMBT Asst Cashr 0 D WALKBB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Cartful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex GlbbA Lewis L Walker We wish to say to the public that THE FOX tUDXOhb- sut regular for will be opened every Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTOnS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO HERES A Bargain FOR YOU Daily CourierJournal By Mail Three Moths and The Record One For Only 200 The price of the Dilly Courier Journal Is 6oo a year 130 for three months We have made a special arrangement whereby we will accept order for that paperand ours during JANUARY linn RUARV and MARCH ONLY at the price for both named above Send in your subscription at once and keep posted on the Proceedings of not additional If Sunday issue is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALi- sjust as good a paper as it ever was We jean still furnish tb Weekly and our paper both one year for l 0 O Orders MUST be sent to this paper NOT to the CQURIKI f i f I i 1t I I I T M Arnold O A Arnold I bee open some but p Year oth Sunday w f J I i jJi- JOU1UiAI0 pI t 1I1iI 1 Q x l t f C ii al LegislatureJournal I a jjgt kdvaaa e cut ra t This is especially true at this season of the year Do we fill your orders now f iw o t TVKr i ty ar o tWe have the largest and best selected stock of in town at prices to interest you Give us a chance to show you Phone 181 Lancaster Kentucky W D Phone 181 Lancaster Kentucky VIf k Ir s l fr J Ij If c O m Z m s t t f W A LitE R z- e YOU MUST EAT TO LIVE e R Ct R Gossip About A Brief Mention or Com Going tyThoM Wt Art Inltruli Miss Porch of Somerset Is of MlMSlllaElklnKoprescntitlYo was at horn af few days last week i Hen Iloblnion is at home after a vli It to relatives In Texas J W Sweeney was In rise pMt week on business John M Farra was In the Falls City Tuesday on a business trip Mrs J C Heinphlll and son J 0 J have none to Louisville to reside Miss Emma Lajrlon of McCreary li vlilllng Mr and Mrs David Sanders Miss Wadle Lee Maret Is In London visiting her friend Mlu Pearl Hack N U Price was In Danville last week vlslllutf his sister Mrs 8 Orant Mrr Ethel West Darnold Ir In Tay loriivllle the guest of Mlsa Gertrude Darnold Mrs Ann Robinson ii at home from a vklt to relatives In Richmond Paint Lick The Circle met Wed nesdsy afternoon ut home of Mrs E 0 Gaines Mist Logsden hiss returned to her home after a pleasant stay with Miss Edna Mason Mrs Jcue Arnold has Joined her husband In Frankfurt where be B good position Mr Hugh Tomlinson and bride Ohio have been with Ourrard rela tives fur a visit Mrs II a Bailey of Pendleton Vlr f Klnla Is here with her parents Mr and Mrs Win Muss Mrs A Rice of Richmond Ind Is here for a visit to her mother Mrs 11 A D Marksbury Mr and Mm Mike Kennedy ot Lln coin county are KUCSU of Mr and Mrs J E Dlckerson Mrs Alex Walker was hostess at a sumptuous dinner to some of her friends quite recently Eb Scott and family have returntd train Texas and probably call Oar card their homo again Mrs Mildred Ilcaxley Is In Lincoln Capital visiting her daughter Mrs Win Hays and family Walter Ucnilcy and sons Wm and Jack are enjoying a visit to Stan ford relatives and friends Miss May Davis Is at home again af t r a visit to her sister Mrs W T Malone ofXampbellsvllle Mrs A J MoNess has returned to Clinton Mo after a months visit to her mother Mrs J 0 Ilempblll Mr and Mrs Win Farnan left Tuesday for their home In Omaha tor a visit to Mr and Mrs Hunks Hud son Mr and Mm J W Pumphcry are at home from a visit to their daughters at Hamilton Ohio and Terre Haute J Ind Mr Abram Sharp and sister Miss Isabel Sharp of Mercer county have boon guests of Misses Janey and Mry Duty Miss Katie Leo Donny leaves next week for a visit to her schoolmate MM Roy Asa Hayncs of Hlllsboro Ohio Mr and Mis IT A Hoeing left 8un day fur Milwaukee Wlii after A pro treated stay with Mr and MM 3 W Vpweeney i Ethel Wilson the efllclent nurse who was with Mrs George II Patterson returned with her to the Hospital Mr R Baaon formerly of this cltyi Hringlo Chicago U visiting mt the home of Mr Pendleton Cox r f r A ii I 1 tf h fff 11 i c i f t 1 1 and holds of 11 4 Mrs r J aft j l jiI I oi J i I I flu 1 Mores I 1 J I the and ln the y i r 1A a Ae now i s f i a Inu nut us the r fits a r 1y r 1 i cb M d alz s t r feN 4i y i 1 r but now c Iybcf rfINllycar Mr and Mrs W II Whcrtllt and Mrs Thomas P leave about the 18th for a protracted visit to their sons In New Orleans Mrs It K Hudson entertained handsomely at a course dinner on Thursday In honor of Mrs Walter Oeailey of Loa Angeles California MrCy Foley the popular merchant of lIackley has returned from liar bourvlllo with his bride They are now residing In northeast Qarrard Miss Altle Marksbury was hostess to the Card Club Tuesday afternoon She was assisted In receiving by her slater Mrs Howard Rice of Rich wood Indiana Making Lit Safer Everywhere life Is more safe through the work Kings New Life Pills In Cox lpallon iousness Llv er troubles Diseases and Bowel Dlsor ey Theyre easy but sure and perfectly build up the health 25c at U E Mclloberti 1m PAINT LICK Miss Molllo McWhortcr has return ed from a visit to her sisters In Rich mond Mr II L Wallace was In Richmond on business last wiek Miss Sallie Adams Is the guest of Mrs W 0 Hcmper Mr W D Fotner of London was with friends here fur a short time lost SundayMrs Botncr of Junction City has returned to her home after several weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J D Burchell Miss Agnes Henderson has returned and accepted a position hero as saleslady with Trcadway Woods After a visit to Miss Lucy Francis Misses Jennie Parkes of Richmond and Margaret Francs of Cincinnati returned to their homes Those of the neighborhood moved away are W O Maya and wife to Richmond H Rlddleberger and wife to Lancaster R P Gregory and family to Lancaster We regret to lose those famllys but welcome the new ones who are Mr Joe Reynolds at the place Mr Joe at the Gregory place and Mr Treadways family who hove moved hero truss Bores Mlu Zllpha Williamson who holds a position at the Peoples Bank will board with Mrs 00 Rice Mr Newton Todd who has spent several weeks with his parents here will leave for his home In Washington City next Wednesday Mr Currey Rice has entered college at Berea Mr and Mrs Louis Ross who have returned from a visit to Lexington relatives spent Thursday with Mrs W 8 Fish On last Monday Miss Forrest Den ton and Mr Louis Rosa accompanied by Miss Norrol Duerson and Mr Wll Jones went to Richmond where Mr Russ and Miss Denton were united In marriage by Rey McCullom Miss Forrest Is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs R R Denton and a young woman of splendid qualities lovely disposition and has scores of friend In and out ot her neighbor hood who wish her happiness In her new life M Ross Is the son of Mr Sam JlosH of Klrksvlle a popular young man and prosperous farmer whose friends join In congratulating and wishing Trim a prosperous and hap py married life Scientific Spanking consists In punishment only when a child Is actually bad Some mothers think that all crying U badness not When your baby cries look for pint or some external cause If you cant find them glee the baby Whltea Cream Vermifuge aa the chances are U U ffuffeilug from worms which keep It hungry inch cross all the time Pleasant to Uki iur In Its action Price M ce tt Bold B Mo Robert Wherrltt several brinK ade r Dy pepal ndlllesLlou K ICY I from Corbin who bays W O Maya III bIB Ian Bib J6 Mc- Cormack its e I YOULL HNI IT IN THIS COLUMN Take your produce sdr Alt Jets Plano For Sal er Mnds of produce in ex I ask all who are Indebted to me to and settle IL Ball A Hf M Ballou Notice Islierebv that I will makc Of for t jGrdorl of Susie V V- M43t Mrs Mag Hyatt Cal WanUtfl A good white woman to and li Louis or fro ofllce and wages Apply at this 1143t Bank Stock W sell several tonal Ban1 Examination lie exaiaffiWtlon hell 20tbW JMfile County Mere for your dollar at and you knbwlt 171hf beat granulated Come to O D Powell It Nolle of Dissolution The firm of dill U hereby dissolved fnutual W D Walker the oloVfflrm We to thjwk our frlcMls and leipectfullf yours 17 3t J W Simpson Get your reserved seats now for Durno at McRoberta drug store Carrier Cannot Buy Stamp People living along the ural trio delivery routes all over the country hive been In the habit of putting letters In their mall boxes with enough pennies to pay the and the carrier li expected to buy the stamps and put them on the let ters The poatofflce department Is anxious to break up this habit and a circular baa boon sent to all post urging them to do all In their power to discourage and discontinue such practices The reason given la that It unnecessarily delays car riot and In getting the pennies or other coins out of the boxes he fro quently drops them on the ground especially In cold weather when Ida hands are cold and thus he not only loses time but money In doing that the lenders ot the letters should do themselves Vii stamp their own letters Ei Wanted Legs KIB If you want give your fowls Bourbon Egg Producer Thu prepara thou U a natural powder for laying hens whlcMKti gently on the dlgettlra andAg producing organs and make then lay anailngly Try U Me Sold H Mount it Co IJfU enaJasp Wir all cia ey t 1mprl 11 J L GIII unstamped Ion F r lea alto a Bs flu Ito 1x For nt at o a stye MIIe all T Sir ed to my a at I attavlll brow ter wit wh e and a o rue Bul y It Trade A u Ian rg11e Illti red lure r e ofll- W take chaug any in oar o n al o law pleas call wit W or Ed ilea ery ul 114 3t give ap catlo to t G ver fir Kent c Gear cooking use 43rk 1 family three in Ile Good ho Now R F Sat L Steel q of i holasvll will a heCltl at f L a r 0 front tat b7u Ii or m1- dap 1 21 for mmoa School Dlp m wit be Jan and Sup Powell sugar 100 3 ba cook soap ec and 3 pack gas of a for 3 alas of Ladle Chit ens an M sgloves at coat II ocs at Powel buy for ca ut please do not a or credit C dit is no good but ca is 0 K S SI pson grove bye coo t auc d ire the publ for t past pair go and ask a c tin Oo of m t the old stand postage of Ices the something s eggs and r Report of the Condition or TilE Bank Of Bryantsvilled- oing tnilnen at town of BryantiTllle County of Oarrard State of Kentucky AT TUB CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON aStb day of Dec 1909 RESOURCE Loans and Discounts wit one or more surety i Vail Ix an on CoIIaler State jp6mpaulei United State and National flank 161300 Specie BUM and other 13 M Exchange for Clearing homo 187 18 OTerdraftinuMcured til U ruecurrent Expenses Hit J Red Home tjdll 23 Other Real Instate furniture and Flxtarii 170343 Other Assets not Included under any of heads Total 611219 LIABILITIES Capital Brock caibi5000 00 Undivided ProSt 1Z 70 ettochckonwhich Interest not paid H 59 61 to on which Intereit Demand of on which deposit on which tCertified Checks Jf Due National 8373 Due State Banks Due Trust Caiblera Notes and Ullli Stile Payable m Amount Claimed de ilti on not Includ ed under any of the above Total t MIMW State ot Kentucky County of Oarrard n I J 0 Wllllami Caihler of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement It of my knowledge and belief Jc WILLUMI Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th lay of Jan 1910 My Commliilon expire at the end of the next of the B 0 Mulllot Notary Public Dr B M 0 0 Becker J U Boner Directors MoundClty finti may cost a trifle more but J E Stormes Every Mother Is or should be worried j hen the little ones have a cough r cold It may lead to or pneumonia then to sosmblng more serious Ballarda Horehound Syrup will cure the trouble at once and prevent any complication Spld by R E McRob arts 1m Announce Having purchased tho Grocery and Con fectionery M Ballou it i our inton W goods this lino Wo respectfully so licit your patronage Ball Holtzcl9w TilE endorser oa TIme Lon 00 Collet U8Bond Otber Stockk Bond Due 1Irot 7S Due and Dankerrom Notes cash Items Fund to pay Taxes aid 00TimeBID Bank a Compa r Tall due and b Other Llabll heads Iru Ion crou or of H to c ry the boat i and pro i S o you pros pt d courteous stto n at all times tiiiiIIIi8 iiiriiii itANCASTURI fY lUlitUt ea34e Mot ai tc from NSlIona utks from km Paid 4 abort Funds 1000 00 De Hanker standing dolden paid 1 C tat rig Eflte son Report of tho Condition Trust Co conducting both a flanking Business and a Trust Company Duiloeii at Lancaster Kentucky ID the State o Kentucky AT TilE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 28th day of Dec 1009 I Loans and Dl conntf lth one or more names Jl en dorieror uritr I9J874 M 00CallTime lon on 8600 00 Other Stock Etc Due from rank U06S 44 line from Btmi Ilank and Due United Suit and National Bank Notes H3 00 Specie 177 Check and other nib 810 M Kicliango for Clearing home Real House Other Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures SPO 00 Overdraft secured 710000 overdrafts unsecured MO 00 Taxes Paid Current Kxptniei raId Other not included under any of above heads IIMWS SO I LIABILITIES Capital Block In In cub of which li for Trust Business of the Lucky Statute Undivided ProSti Fund to pay Taxes IM MJOO 1477 IS 1 1M W MImewhich 18600 00 on depolt lip 18MC8 V Cashier Due National Poe State hanks and Banker DneTmit Note and Bill rediscounted Payable Other not Includ ed under any of the above State of Kentucky County of larrard 11- I J W above named Bank do swear that the above state ment li true to the my knowledge and J W Simon Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this Tth day of Jan 1910 My Commliilon Expire January 29th MIX D A Thomas WOOoocb W R cook J Director W U Lawion Loulavlll NMhvllU Tim Table For Richmond Lexington Cincin nati and Intermediate stations 614 a m 1114 a m and 140 p m For Stanford Corbin Knoxville and points South 940 a m and 835 p m For Stanford Lebanon Louisville and points North and South 214 Young Girls Just entering Into womanhood often suffer much pain and change of their physical organization Many women will tell you their female trouble started during that trying period and has clung to them ever since Is a friend to girls as well as to women of all ages It has found to women trying period pain Mrs Mary Hudson East man writes WfalU staying with mt and going to my young sister was In terrible misery I got her to a of and It helped he Ihavetakw Cardul and I would have been under the clay had It not else Try CarduJ or TilE Garrard Bank REBOU ES lateral d 10881 a1 Nail JJanker 1S0 10 Item 8000 Of If8OI 00 7f3O Qe 4 J IIU D7 i the II requlr Ied In 00 Kn 60 00 DO which pot Id Trun Checks Bank Sill LIblllt Total I18Jeol 20 ben belief I cr b n hel In their relieving O to for mealy k ysu For B d from ust Companies 44 126051 Total Ione Invested Company Fund tocheck Interest Is Jon Interest Is s Checks outstanding heads of pm- t the young y yes log Taks ARDUI take We ace myself believe been that riI teM sale 14 THE COMINGOF New Year should sec you with a supply yT Obelish Flour on hand For your baking you find any other flour that will insure such delicious and cake It costs no more than the ordinary 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 IHCORPORATKDr Ky Capital Stock 50OOOOa R E Prest J C Rubanks i Pres R I Burton 2 Vide Prta ELMORE Cashier D Ti i an Ant C uhier R I Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank W fl GO N S We have just received a car load of ColumbusWagons in various sizes and at prices to in terest you I PLOWSs I We have a largo of Vulcan Plows and nil kinds of Implements Wire Fence American Field Fence no bettor made at higher price See it before buying Bring us your Produce Bryantsville Ky cane bre kin ROBERTS i J ass wont ng r Bocker Ballard Co oot MWVW- i v I 4 Far r i s farm rffid Stock ot mati Mousy V 21 stared Vt Sweeney- Tlio value of farm products In the United States In 1W9 was 3 700 000 000 which ninny millions greater than the preceding year The wheat growers of Kentucky ate highly the many snows of this winter tlnit they hue thd brightest oullnok largo crop next Hummer that have had In several years The Danville Adrocalo of Wcdncs day says the following In regard to t The highest plo for ycfl terdays sale was received by Murphy Cook of Oarraid they got for one biisket with nn average of 11500 for their whole lot Wo suggest that It Is better not to attempt to do pruning this month except In southern latitude Walt until late February or March Grapevines should bo trimmed hot la tcr than February If the work was not dune In November The winter care of sheep up to tlio time the come corn liti of two things shelter and feeding A will BO through a sheltered by an open shed but no thick ever came out of a whIter li thrifty condition without Judicious feeding The New Mexico Experiment Sla tlon Miallla Turk N M saps In No 160 Tho trunks of fruit trees may be wrapped with puper to protect them from mice and rabbits the paper bent trd on with cord to hold It In dace OH newspapers may be used for the purpose the care no cessary being to see that the piper en tirely covers the trunk of the tree high enough to prevent the rabbits reaching the exposed portion above the paper Reaalng on Tho Farm As winter approaches the farmer who has a well stocked meat lions pantry and cellar together with u sup ply of coal or wood and with food and shelter for his feels like Let winter come on 1 ntn ready There Is ono thing he may have over looked and that Is a supply of reading matter for every member of the tam fly There should bo a variety of well selected reading matter arranged for that will be food for the mind It Is a very unwise man who Imply provides for the stomach and rIOt for the mind as well Tbe cold disagreeable days are going to come and keep all pretty close to the fire Why not provide reading matter that will improve the minds of the family as well as enterlaln and let springtime find each member stronger mentally than winter found them This can be done at small expense Remember the children will enjoy a different book from what the parents Would A few standard novels some history biography and travels will be enjoyed Books on general farming animal husbandry poultry etc shopld A addressed to the Ken tucky Experiment Station Lexington Ky will bring you a lot of good read Ing matter tree of cost Another to the Secretary of Agriculture Wash D Orwi1 bring another tree Tell them what kind of farming you are Interested In and they will select and mall to You tree of cost bulletins beating upon the subjects Subscribe for a family magazine and a dally pa per If vou Jet u dally mall and last but not least a good farm tucky Farmer Of course you dont want to miss your county paper The CENTHAL RECORD If you are not a subscriber begin now IJs only 9100 for one year Saved Deaths Door The door of death seemed ready to open for Murray Mere of Transit derfully I was In a dreadful condition he wives my skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated emaclatcd from losing 40 pounds growing weaker daily Vlru lent liver trouble putting me down to death Then that matchless no Electric Bitters cured me 1 regained the 40 pounds lost and now am well and strung Fur all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre supreme R E Mclloberis 1m Always Some Remedy leaves some door open to come at a remedy Cervantes A Pepper From Poppervlllo A certain man of Ieppervlllo wan the fattier of boys who were In almost constant warfare among themselves or In open rebellion against the head of the fumly or both Ho procured thirteen switches of goodly size IlixUilllty tied them Into ono goodly bunch and caused each boy to exert his utmost strength In an cf foitti break the aggregation laid the bunch down with the portion that any fool ouyht ter know that they could nut bo broke when tied up In a bundle but you Jest turn eui loose and let u t tackle em Tlio old man promptly turned em loose and applied the separate members of the aggregmlon pne to each boy thud suppressed rebellion and re kfired peace the boys 88 well Hut the boys unanimously agreed that wltoliHi were tar dangerous If pot disagreeable Mn l than In I k I I I shied over and any for lIacco 1 t S20 early Bulletin In ioi A 1 be provIded f ooalal card t i ji 7 1J ff t W It- I Y when his life was WOII paved 1n alto of me l1 boa at c od thll ten 1 more Itr ore t t It t J i1 r5 The celebratcdrttu and il u Inns I shu nt ttl nl 1ny night tot N Jersey tlull- I onu 10 at taro r 11 a the sales t lambs floe what r w stock say w ti w R 4 1 s j ia ton j paper K Y t r liridgoN i tJ 4 taro I I Fortune tf t and i A and huaepea 1 f 0 ep chas a t J c Miss Cartlo Naylor Is visiting at llyalt vllld A large crowd enjoyed a storm pal ty Hi John William George Ilrown delivered M tjbacco at nt 12 cents Mr Clinton Iloskliusold lila crop of tobacco at 14 cents Horn to the wife of Mr J M Luns ford n lino girl Elizabeth Untlmilio Mr and Mm John u social a few nights since tj a few youninters Mr Drown and family of have moved to Mrs Warrens tarsi on Dlx river Mr and Mrs Orovcr Onstlncnu of llyallHvllle were visiting Mr and Mrs John Hell Sunday Mcsdamcs J J Thompson and Morgan were tilling Mrs J Thoinrson Monday Mr J F Payne our blacksmith hall moved Into the homo liu purchased of John Cxilsun Mr S D Carpenter hat tiken charge ot the store ho recently pur chased of Mr Mcncfco Elmore J crop of tobacco to W P Klnkald nt Stanford at 14t cents Mr S D Carpenter and family have moved lulu the homo ho purchased from J F Payne last fall Mr Miracle noel family of Brit county have arrived nt their Carpen ter farm We welcome them In our community Rev Pierce till at the Hapllst church lust Saturday and Sunday on account of the Illness of hIs nephew Wo fuel safe In the that when Mayday comes more than one third of the total number of colonies ot houey bees In this section will be dead Master Ben Dallards dog killed a largo rat which had hidden under a platform wales When this rat was placed on the scales It wr Ulicd accord itt to our C pounds A regular Goliath among the rat trloe AWrotchoc Mistake endure the of Plies Phases to Listen Will A Slier City N till Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Burns liUII Cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains van isle hereto it 25c at U E McRob erts 1m 110DBNE Sam Raines bought a pair of year ling mules Job Marsee price 115 W O Turner bought of J 1 Lancaster a pair of work mules tor R Carpenter sold tat cows to Jag Parks at 31 cents Sam Speakes bought a horses of Mote Scott for 85 D B Carpenter bought n brood mars of 0 It Carpenter price 85 Mr Frank Fulger and family of Scotts Fork moved last week to the pans he recently purchased of Ike Dunn Mr Milt Carpenter and family of are guests of relatives here this week Miss Lotta Hnmin the popular hello girl of Lancaster was vlnltlng her parent Mr and J P Humm Saturday and Sunday Mr Loton of Lexington H spending several weekrhcrc Mr and Mrs OthoMontgcmory re turned Saturday from an extended to relatives In Jessuralne Mrs Eaieilne Carpenter and ren of Illlnoh are hero vMt to relatives Air Fox Turner and family moved Into new residence which he erected Coiunilssloncrs Sulo OAHRARD CIRCUIT COURT J B Carters Admr Plalntlfl V8 c Defendants virtue of a Urn Oar raid Circuit Court rendered at Its November term 1001 In the above itvlfd action I an Muster Commit sloner will on MONDAY 1010 2 p in it being sell at the court hciuse dour III LancaKter Garrurd to the the David Jufts tract of land und bounded us follows Hfulnnlng at an ash and lilcknry- nono In V OJ pole to a on corner thence 47 K to an elm stump In ho branch thence up suld B 25 W 74 thence S 83 W 65 to iilng containing 10 acres Said prop la the purpose which amounti of Kttlo to of matcly nERMS Said sale a credit of six months will he money cent Inter annum frffin date of wild having the force and effect of u muni ntpiMiflfkn mnv Issue If maturity A lion ulbo bo the luna payment of the money ROTH WELL Baier Comr Qarrard Circuit Court L Atty for Ilff TlillJftii 7 1010 I p Id Uj In as xl Jr II J 4 Lancaster Bell popcorn nlckc lIe J P colored sold Bryant did not n ltcbin painful need l mudt rum Plies writes Marsh f 1110 n of nr ssoon Ul s Sores Eczema froIT tonot em- U Mrs RaT vis- It for a his recently IfLund Samuel Brewer It JANUARY dth between the hours ot o m and county Gnu YIJ und best ItIdd r cd rt Uarrnrd Cuu t I y and known Mary 7 line I E 21 poles tu u sugar arty will Uo sold 01111 whole and made far of real I IIII the debt at of II 111111 t day the sum 9lbb0 will 0 mad HI and he pu inset tu oxl ute nd with t tie blaster slu r tut tic I sale which noli paid lit llliid for tllo J Id h Walker t n s PItISh11111ty11Lhi Cci Iii Ii assertion informant tit filets suffered Fever fIs two YrIm ore chi J high dean pal log pod r s thence ranch pasta ole appro iu t e glt Control said pi hase q un nt wily puroht 1 y I eta mil krj eel lee UUTIlltSVIMK Little Hallio Cater In my sick of pneumonia Mr J T Sawder and fatally have moved to tiereD AVd tunny Mrs L J Carter h Improving Mr Utadlijy Montgomery and Mr Harmon Hinllh LuulV vliln to attend thin medical school ttta Mia Bryant daughter of Mr noel Mrs Walker Ilryantif vcrv low of pneumonia Mrs Clara Write has returned homo from K st Burnntndt where alto wa called to the bcdttdo of her mother M r John Snwder who has been con lined to Lit room tor sumo time Is ro no Miry returned to her Roma In Mickvlllc Ky after a Mrs Clara Jones of Montlccllo was the pleasant guest suter Mrp Denny Angltn the past week FJiATWOOU Weddings and charivaris seem to bo the order of the day Many of our young people have school at Uerca James Ward and family whn have been vlsltng relatives at Balloys Switch returned homo Thursday Mr J T Unlit of Stanford and Mr of Richmond were In Flat nonds Rev A C Baird filled his appoint tent at Good Hope Saturday and Not withstanding the cold weather there was a largo congrcga tlon Our Sunday School continues to thrive U A Dilllon h Superintend cut now Attendance Is nearly as good as In the summer and wo ore glad tj noto that the recent revival h On Saturday January 8th Miss Hammond and S L Baird fur young people of Chit community In Wedlocks holy bonds by Rev of that Place Miy their lives bright and sunny as the day on which they were made one Mr Will Gross who Is working for Mose Lawson Is the best marksman w spar heard of One day list wick h flock of crows killing l Ive of them atone shut Will Is II scratching In the snow to see If lie cant find thirteen BUCHKVE Deleted Letter Misses Ruth Ray and Jennie Dick returned to school at RIch mom after a short stay with home Mr Llllard Miles and bride his parents Mr and Mrs A 0 Miles Miss Ethel Murphy and Mr Llge Ray drove to Lancaster list Wednet day and were married at the home of Rev O P Hush They were accoin panted by the brides sifter and hus band Mr and Mrs John Humphry The happy young couple have our best wishes for a long noel happy life Miss Lucy Dlckcrton and Mr George Ray were quietly married Xmis day at the home of the bride Rev O P Hush oflldnintr Immediately after the ceremony they drove to the homo of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs lllrum Riy where a bountiful dinner awaited them They have the very best wishes of their many friends Error of Chicago woman In Paris robbed her hostess of money and la In jail She should havo confined herself to spoons and saltcellars The tenets of good form do not Include mInted coins among souvenirs On Maneuvers Army Service Corps N C 0 In charge of forage to officers groom who has come for extra rations for a horse Havo you brought a requlsl fn VI rt IJ I with u but Ive brought a bucket launch Sour Stomach MlOUa Puts limo Stomach Fine Shape la Minutes If your stomach Is constantly Ing up a disturbance you feel and distressed If you belch gas and spur loud lulu the mouth then you need Mona Stomach Tablets the best prescription fur Indlgettlun over written Moim stomach tablets give Instant relief of course but they do more they drive out the poisonous gases that call o fermentation and thor oughly clean f cnovaj and strengthen that nor and bilious whore and It K Nutloberts Ml onu for 60o a largo box Test samples free from Uootha Mloim Huitolo N Y I was under tin care of four differ ent doctors during alas iiioiithii and was cured ot l i by Joseph Qrortdlno ll 7 Fountfalu Btreet nil III vor Mass UoothH Pills fur constlpaton250 Onien catarrh or buck Jn Ijivatlialtlu Oo pletooutfltlnoluilltifl J t Hobbs has n entered Con Wednesdays Sunday Deming good to Lancaster and were unite boas Bred on a f ers nhao week Form- A sot none Ire bloat t food the stomach o Ur IL can readily dl gent food out 1Iona slo ucl allots are Iuaran teed to curl JIlcs110ll acute or cllroll10 or w n Luck This means dizziness seas disappear nrulfwht every sell dy pep ftmM 1 u1U1lurl JIItH Wt4 r d are glad poll d belt r Miss Curlother rule Ve- na pup rove Brunet folks vhit last hid wit ttdclul old will bIl ana e a r t eel Ilk Cd r I r t 1 o I 6 Me M t tMM9 M FARMERS COLUMN Wxmm fo below thus h 1lii It tot the teltt site use ol our trroer ubietlb r And It lot Hi ol itook itkln nd ineh lhlag on If i Ulmf cannot iffold lo d f I linn will two the UtconDlre4ofCli i o I I have five good milk cows for silo that will bo fresh atonco Lost on Monday Dec SO lOaD a gum coat obiuL 2 miles from Lancaster on or at Btiuio They will bo trash In January John A hay Lovd Ky TEATfiltSVIIiliB Mr Owen East Ills been on time sick Mrs Sam Cotton has been very tick Ml Thomas who hat been vl lt Ing relatives here has returned to home In Indiana Mi and Mrs Will Slmpion wore call Meyers Mr nnd Mrs Stove Ilfl were the quests of Mr Dave Henry end wife Sunday Mr and Mrs Welter Grow visited Mr Drack Grow at Crab Orchard last week Ml 8 Lcata Roy Is visit Ing her grand father Mr Frank Illbburd In Lancos ter Mr S T Hoover Is inovplnir lilt his now home hebouuhtof Mr Wenrren- Mr Jesse Bugle was the guest of hit slater hire 11111 at Buckeye night m Tho Meanest Man In Town Is the one wears A frown U cross and disagreeable noel In short and sharp III hH answers Nine cases of ten Its not fellows Its his liver that him feel HO ho cantI Jr danger of that condition Then start nronco taking llallards llerblno tar your safe sure undrelluble vegetable regulator Sold by R E Mcltoberts lin H J PATRIC DentistAll Work Guaranteed Kentucky TAKE OF OUR 1 GREAT SPECIAL OFFER Life Scholnrslilp I n TELEOBA RAIL mid J260 of students road taro paid I Boys till Ii good salary In Urn year Excellent low nan has cllmat 8000 In habitants moral surroundings Stu dents qualify In 4 to 0 months Our graduates POSITIVELY QUA RAN TEED POSITIONS paying 15 to 905 per month to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promo motion Diplomas awarded Great Demand fur Telegraph Operators today for our Free 01page II lustrated Catalog which gives lull particulars Southern School of Telegraphy Box 272 NiMvnan Ga 13JC I POSTEDTlieunderslgnca nercby give warn lug to all not to trespass upon our lands for purpose whatever as wo will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent df the In w Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice M Farm Squire H Parsons W S Ferguson Kd N II Price E ff Horrlnif AY A Price B L Rich i J W Sweeney TOIca JaHSntton Mrs Rebecca K Daniels I U Anderson 110 Arnold W G Anderson II C Hamilton It II Drown G Y COnn T W Conn J 0 AND CURE VHI LUNGS DK Kings Now Discoviry AND ALL THROAT AN LUNQ TROUBLES t o apses term AI Ih No notice will leerl4 over loot In u Conn lodar please reborn uNdc T CoM 1 have tour for enle lat E tst Ills cd to death bile father Mr Jordon Wednesday who always lout th pour I an digestion mikes II arable being IIr Are In I uto liverthe Paint Lick t LEARN TELEGRAPHY Any ANTAGN ray TYJIfWIUTIN AND AOENUY reds cd to lu Y UR llOIt UNITY to learn a that pays u eve y oath boar delight I j I WI Ito I Jno W S Embry II lrHP W Kind 1 A Eldn II I I ono OUCH WITH FOR C8 8rr n OlAUN JilJlD IATIIJA Q MOMIIY IUlJfVJfDJD Drug Sore I sole be AnA to only bass of Y pike 1 rids nice Jerneycows SYllmuro Saturday by the Slmppaua eip ells pug get iiigtri YOUNG MEN LOAD 835 a first ado rites New persona nap It Dave 1huunp West Mrs E KILL U sSo a Olt R L NScRoherts t 5 ii t t t R ft S i We sell t Straight Greek on tharnarket Henley V at the Creamery Leading Morning Daily OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY 5 5 By Mail and When laTidvancc to January 191 1 This offer until January 15 1910 After this date the rill be 600 per year per mouth for periods oMcss than 6 mouths In clubs of five 5 or more the rate of jqjs allow ed but this applies to new subscriptions only No corn mission is allowed to agents or others on tills rate Address The Lexington Herald LEXINGTON KENTUCKY h MhHhhMI 1 est II JJ 1 I I r toOL it I 4 I r t p t I Bastin HJ 1 I 1UU4 u till The LEXINGTON HERALD BY laid holds Ill r t or L J 3 1 l senitnbe vMM etstad latsaprltiirlta w thb iii t ipta gtSgab xtltl xt C trtQrtGfk daAitfAtAtIdSTA THE YEAR ooc 6octs i 4M4 Some illing New In Kitchen Ware 111ttlf ttIIIItt The 1892 Aluminum Ware I rapidly coming Into use fur cooking purposes It la place of agate ware while iU first cost is a more than ordinary ware It la really much cheaper In the lung us it guaran a life time The genuine 1892 only from pure SPUN not cast not acale break scorch or burn It looks like onl about one quarter at cleaned amt handled and 2J j laves money doctors or years and last made luminu will ilv but much is usiiy will not rust e ur tarnish Absolutely pure ant holesome billy Tire Ill S n non Bur ou gel lh original ml n nine Wit lUmpol with the Mlt M Crane J R MOUNT CO Cf 01 dealers EEAZLEYIT A onu Oil PAilfUl street UNDBRTA Arterial tied Carlty Ear sg IVIL UHBOP CASKETS ASU DUIiUL HOBES ALWAYS IK STOCK IYOUR ACCOUNT IS I Please ndSettle Lumber and M a l1NE Lancaster anufacturing o H M DuncanHhop for lot and Clean Steamed Towels and Btorlltcd Hniorr Wo rtrteUi your lr d te i to ol with H of aip il nea chair ihop lllcliinoiul street hours time our B m to II I p MI to 4 Btormu Store B F WALTER DENTIST Phone 05 Lincutor Ky H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor PHONIC JUKI ORIet over T 0 furniture Hancastcr Kentucky Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KHNTOCKV AE IIOTJ EBARBER Vail In and get a Suave Hair Cut and Shampoo North M ol Putllo B iii r Hot and Cold Baths W T KING AuctioneerLOWKLIy KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sates licit of references r c 1iq0 TO aid Stick to lilt lIlbI nub l and liars 1 r NNeseseaaseesesaewels se Ir here star yams t three Once Drug e s store K W Morrow OUtKi filial Httli clloo auir un d J E Robinson LAWYER art COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courta and District Court Unite over Police Court Phone 104 K Denny DENTIST ow Arnold Mllllptrr Hughes Swinebroad REAL STATe Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Cut Blowers y Occasion ie McRoberts I WANTED Poultry Highest prioo for Poultry FRE3MQG3 Good Salt ohea cash Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber Cream Vermifuge Opticair 1 U S all I I1I1IIIII For and Eggs nd r r lJ Graduate r M owes Y Wa eeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeseeeeeeeee raid C al for r IL B1Nortllcott i v REMEDY WORM IN THE CWLONENf fAVMHTE TfNH CIWtMdf IMITATION TVT V olloborta Dru c tjMe 1 a lt LUIS top