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THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELWlOb UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT 1W LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 21 1910 I wLt J TWBNfIITHYIAR NU I y 1 d1 Sr Horse Shooing We have two good shoers They will correct Firing and Treat Corns All kind of repairing on all kind of GUESS CONN ft f horse jf t Stumbling Inter t I j H 0 j 1 r Pb Ae 4 I V lift John Anderson li reported quite sick of bronchial pneumonia Friends are quite glad to tee Mr D M Lackey out again after quite sick spell The Card Club met Tuesday after noon at tho home of Annlo item don on Lexington steet The January the teachers has come I to pay all who have reports here Go Supt Mrs Marshal Eason who has been 111 for somo time Is able to be up again She Is thankful to her many Monds for their kindness during her Illness News comes that another little preacher has arrived at the home of Rev and Mra Henry N Faulconer In Philadelphia May the little man grow up to be u popular as his father Mr Matt Ellis who died recently at his homo In New Castle was quite a popular drummer In this section bra been coming to Lancaster for years past and was well known of Aooldently Shot of Mr Hicks of the northern part of the county was accldently ihot through the body a title by her young brother one day this week We are unable to give particulars but wo hear she Is get lug along nicely now Mora Moving L L Walker and wire have taken rooms with Mrs Geo D Robinson Raymond Hendron has moved to the country and Mr Rlddleberger of Paint Lick moved to the property va cated by him of Thanks To the kind neighbors friends of the community we our most sincere for kindness and help during me hours of sick ness and and father May the of God be returned to one of them Mrs Mary Dlckerson and family srgalns In Land We have three tracts of unlm proved land fpf One tract of of 18 acres well located lies and gfcgfl land Can give at Will sell one tract 9 ri Hur J fA Mile To draft an am epared file t r Jen Illgglns rile our druIlKItl A tbUd r r r Caret I d er than tb r sad deaf of sband rich s eac i mall I eat rlrlln II 2 cres ant er anot er a 3 acr II e pone n one Apr a Netla Taehen very esteemed las blesaings l I Please call arid pay your ACCOUNT H T Logan to 0 I i 4 i J r I it 4 0 I I Y I y tr i I wh cs you Wasnt Attorney W I Williams placed his index finger over the muzzle of an air gun that wasnt loaded The wound Is not serious but the bandage Is slightly Inconvenient Light On It was a mult pleating light Monday night whet our electric lights were turned en We were In total darkness for abbut ten days and It was not to tee dozens of lanterns on the streets at one Heres hoping It will be a long before we shall be compelled to resort to them again KlnnaJrd On Thursday morning as we went to press we the sad news of the death of Mrs patsy Klnnalrd that occurred Wednesday night at seven oclock funeral services will be held at the residence Friday at 230 oclock conducted by Bev 0 0 Drown assisted by Eld F M Tinder County Clerk Wm Hamilton hall been III of an attack of gtlp J E Klmore has accepted a posi tion In K II BaUons clothing store Mr T M of Harrodsburg Is here representing the State Fire Marshal and will the burn lag of the Nucklei1 tobacco barn f Land Hughes Swlnebroad sold for Durnitde 68 seres of laud on the Richmond pike to R E Henry at 900 per acre Prewltt Mr Doc Prewltl a reputable citizen age 88 years a member of the Baptist church died at his sons on Broaddus Branch last Thursday and was burled In Lancaster cemetery on Friday Bowling Alleys W O Dunlap returned from Clncln natl this week after buying two of the most up todate white maple bowling alleys be could find They will be laid on cork so as to keep down the noise of the ordinary alley The room recently purchased by J I Hamilton from W T West will be used for the alleys and will begin at once to get It In condition Dials and Mortgages To give our readera some Idea of the volume of rea estate transfers made In Garrard In the last few weeks we learned from County Clerk J W Hamilton that there had been 102 deeds and 24 mortgages his office since January 3rd 1010 This shows bow much In demand our farm land and city property are and looks Ilk there Is plenty of money In circulation with so few mortgages Of course all mortgages are recorded but there may be numbers of deeds that will not be recorded for some time County Supervisors We are unable to give a full account of the work of the board of supervisors this Issue as the recapitulation sheet Is not yet made We are able how ever to give the raise on the Bryants villa district which Is 942000 Tak log thl rate over the county the In crease will be considerable and the total value of property will be In ex cess of any previous list This should be expected as we have about 150000 acres of the most productive land un der the sun yet the vaults In our Court House that bold the deeds to this valuable lane are Insecure and In convenient Let us have another vote on the bond Issue to remodel our Court House v Mlllsr Wilson X The matrimonial bee that has been buzzing around the job department of the Rucono office lighted Wednesday on the foremans hoed Mr MIMor Being overly anxious to al low this little Insect to successfully do Its mission on earth he left Wednesday morning to be guided by bis winged companion to Rich mood where the queen Miss Fannie Thompson Wilson was In waiting The happy couple left Richmond on the morning train and wore married la Lexington at ten oclock Wednes day morning They were accompanied by the grooms sister Miss Anna and Mr John Lynch of Nicholas vllle The writer bu bad the pleasure of fourteen months business with Mr Miller and each month on us more forcibly hlssterllng character Doing faithful and entious In all his duties we Join the editor of the Climax In saying that we know success wi 1 reward his faithfulnessThe la the daughter of Mr and Mrs L T Wilson of Richmond and Is beautiful young lady beloved who know her She will be remem bored pleasantly here by all who have had the good fortune of hearing her sing at the various churches They will return to Lancuter the latter part of this week and live on Richmond street where the groom has titled a lovely home Heros hoping that Happy and his wife will be happy through life Monday is court day DONT FORQBT TO PAY THAT f l YOU OWH THK RUCORD n 1 laul Card ell Ie Robert Load u The recorded- In Leonard- N Lancaster Miller conIC I a D rho than Ido unusual time time afternoon pork county Impresses ball jyvfriu y Mrs J Ron Young Is out again nf te several weeks lllncBc Miss SitllloTllloU has been sick fo past with muecular rhou matism S D Turner sold Ida stock of gro cerlc on Campbell street to J M Tur nor and lIaney Leo who will tho business Alexander Walker purchased tho lot of II n Northcoits Stanford street for 11760 upon which he wl 1 build an Immense warehouse Sale of City Propsrty J I Hamilton bought of W T West his store room on North side of Public Square formerly occupied by Misses Ziegler for Judge Homer W Batson and Mrs Ujtson of LoiiUvllle are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a recent vhllnr In their home It Is hoped little Miss Batson will make a stay of Indefinite length The number of wagon load of to bacco that are coming In can scarcely Ittruly looks like Gar lard Is coming to the front In this commodity From this time on our battle cry will be The Land of Now Nsw Mill In Operation The new Garrard Milling Company has completed the work on the ma chlnery and are now turning out three excellent brands of flour and meal They not stood back on expense but have put In the best and latest Improved machinery and will have a stock of fljur and meal ready for sale by the first of next week They In vlte all to come and Inspect their Could ba Improved If tbn true that the L N railroad Is going to raise the track near tue depot would It not be a good opportunity for the chairman of City Development Committee to do some good work In trying to prevail on them 6 run the switch so It would not have and from the coach Try your hand Mr Logan Then Mavor Logan dont let your street corauilUeo forget the sidewalks to the depot prerslon Is made on strangers entering our town from the station before tney get on the Public Square Two Probable Residence Additions It irumrcd thul there Is a strong probability of Lancaster having two new residence additions one on street and the other on Stanford street The one on Richmond street will extend South from the of Richmond street and the L N rail road through the lands of Mrs Dorcas Walker deceased and will probably connect the Crab Orchard and Richmond pikes If thu plans materlallzo this can bo made one of Lancasters best residence streets since will face East and West and will have a natural Iope from the street back on either side The other addition Ii proposed by W B Burton who contemplates put ting down a side walk the entire length of his land on Stanford street South of Mrs Emma Hlgglnbotham and dividing the land Into lots for residences Thlj al Q will make many desirable loti since the city has recently put electric lights this far out and water too will be The question of buying suitable lots on which to build has been a serious one In our town for several years and now that our town Is growing and the people over the state are learning of our superior school advantages it be hooves all men who have the citys welfare at heart to help push these roposed additions to a successful end We wish to suggest that It these two additions are successfully added that the owners of the land incorporate a clause la the sale of the lots making It compulsory for the purchaser to put up a residence to cost not less than llOO RELIGIOUS The Presbyterian Mite Society met Tuesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs D Duncan The Union services were held at the Presbyterian church Rev O P Bush preaching the sermon Rev C U Brown preached a moat excellent sermon Sunday morning on Foreign Missions Brother Tinders many friends will be glad to hear that he will be able to teach lilt class and preach Sunday mor ping thought he does not feel able to preach Sunday evening Five thousand laymen representing practically all of the Protestant churches In New York voted at a In the Hippodrome afternoon to Increase foreign mis ilouary offerings of Greater New York by 1325000 during the coming The amount to bo donated this year will approximate 1723000 The meeting was held under the au iplcea of the Laymend Missionary Movement and marked the closing of the Greater New York convention Nineteen cities In which conventions have boon held have pledged an In crease ot 1760000 A series of meet Ingi will begin thU week In the large cltls of the South I some Miller 13000 bo estimated handling I I to be crossed by passengers going to I A baa I Hattie days continue have products report Iv 1u Richmond Intersection 1k theists suitable accessible mass meeting Sunday twelvemonths J New Harness Shop Hand Made Harness Work Gear Of All Kinds Prices to suit you and the goods Suit everybody for they are made by L J Sanford from Kirksville SEE OUR WAGON TARPOLEONS HASELDEN BROTHERS Repair Work o Specialty YOUR ACCOUNT IS Please Call Lancaster Lumbf it IS YOUR LIFE INS H Y iifllllYOffice National Dank of Lancaster The William Oliver Plow r OtOtOiOOt i tlS StlS a g 8ABA AAA tC IijO 11 f HASELdt i f1JJ0lY0JtflfO I ro a ta arattarasra a oa uvaxa at asreal w o e a atzataeacaa ataa atatw C IS rr a- I i Manufacturing 1rOT pbells 4 a- Pht s an aJQ r other Sp Strong and SLIGHT and prices improvement A 4 s i t h r dal T W J RomaI IYIr- hi t cc H IN1tnYutI CENT11AL MSUKD WKKKIY s HUGHES EdrPubf KnttrtA at tAt fait Ofltt xi Milir Vai Member Ky Pro Association and Eighth Dlitrlct Publishers League Lancaster Ky January 2t 1010 fates For Political Announoamonts For IM chief end City Oillccn 1 600- ForOountr Olllcc 1000 District Onide1 1500 Fur Cull per lino 10 Fur Curds per line 10 For all publlctlinK In the Inter Mtof Indlvldualnoreiprcwilon Ul UUI 14UM v Obltunrluff per line ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo nro iiuthnrlzd tonnnminco lion Ilmvny Helm acnndliliiie to succeed 111 line If In ConitrrM to the HC than of the Democratic party Warning For Legislators It Is a dangerous thlnif to Imvo pow 6r and authority If not used In n man nor consistent with the will of the people who hold nil power and till delegate for u time withdrawing It it taut properly exercised The ocrati easily hold tho power In the Lexlslatura and If tiat body tally to do a tern tiling n inn irlty of the people want dune the next Aiwmbly Governor and till will he republican We hurt but fow nipj il y last sefloii and th people held the republicans responsible for tho dorsal of tile conn tf unit they ifuvcus a Itu u tntjurlty this time Fonder well fore you turn it down for they know that you can pass It und they arc dr termined to have It There are ninny other things they want The school system should be far removed from pillllcs women should be given the suffrage in educulToiiHl matters mid everything necessary should be duuo to briny about aiybtem of education equal to that of other States Our tax has kept capital and many needed ec terprise from our State which has Inexhaustible resources and limitless possibilities The Tax Commission has submitted a report showing cleat ly the burdens that our tux Hyntctn Intllctft upon and recommends a constitutional amend ment to correct those cyiln which should be submitted to the people Our laws our tax laws our prison conditions and many other things have affixed a stigma on proud old Commonwealth and people are struggling to have It If the Democrat go ojl cu whl be hill and be called upon again to servo their country Dotlrablo Legislation Wenoai tlly approve the three reduced by Senator ding toward much needed refrmn One proposes to give the Judge leaving the Jury uJ render a jcftvt guilt or Innocanci Anoth plates BC JaxaUrg tho con younger con bo are less hardened In crime ms to amend the parole the penitent felon an Iy to start lire anew us a for the practice of granting r political purposes and 011 F favoritism Tho sanitary of the prison are also to bo and steps consistent with jjr and enlightenment are to n in order to reclaim the felonc r States are doing We should irovo this course for If every were unveiled there are wisp would have a direct and ml Ijitcrest In tlo Improvement on conditions The growth and lag of society demand a putting those practices wllch are Umoraiiee mttllco and bar pa been reported that tho purchased by the trustees with owls YLeavfll fund will earn 00 for this year If such is tho 10 It seems to us that enough will be callzsd to asslft very materially In paying the expenses of the Cruder School In addition tothe the above hind wo understand the school will have Its per capita of about 1100 from the state the revenue from of 25c im the hundred dol lars and tut ion paid by schohrs liv ing ouullfl this dlhtrict Surely the school tiuktfcB can manage to uavp a surplus to pay for any bonded nww without a cent addllhnal tax the people will vote the jVd urge the pco lu to demand jjjijuestlon Vo heartl vre know the kli community well enough iey take sufllclent pilJo In want an upludato school j tuilldlrtr Tho people dc i the health of the children II Uecaus our forefathers light the three Bb reading d rlthmelc In g cabins Is Miy our veneration should taught uncomfortable A Qopd Law leT In commending accounting vf In rtfcm mid s otivenevi sauli will IM able lu show bufpre th Uw ji Il tloi a tiu lie kw win t fciUte much fW000 Whip the J lie sal ale I c its lg x YKAn r wlCI Far Stlllo und It vlowlI per 1111 10 bll and fight dl4advantnlle14 und U removed mouse ues never I Thomas I c Ion tel u s from ve many tax lon If IUd and C III t tr1Iu11I then w I u f all a I lUUA A Ilan Yana I t un I i f sub at I De thAt I oC sys- i r i i school IC r srtn4 vl- fi r they respunsi 1 bl nI1 ixlrg the pt net cases sot tv hide lasso I t w uii rune t I year 1 t year pub 3 hug lam I Trcitsttrv Is properly consctvctl It means lower tcxes When public counting and hook keeping nro placed on an equal bolo nit h the srstcin In use III wtllrcguUtcd prlyalo concerns It will moon Vial will nl trnctahlghtrgrndoofmcn It would nl i reduce I hi tMnplnllon to default It In a buxlncsi that Itirtl hna and other plates have neglected too long It li another step and n lung ono toward ilia Instltitlon nf actual business methods In public lice where there IH nerd of the licIt bur 1 less root basil oltidml Tho Mowlig bill has Bern Ihlro duciid In Cougrwii noel It will meet with tho hearty approval of the news paper fraternity and al favor to every bttly ns It to keep the Oovernincrt from com poling wlli tho printer wlu In the only ono with whom It compiU tlon Wo look for u speedy passage of thoMl Ho It enacted by tho Senato and House of Ilcprcspiitillvcs the United Slates of Airerlci In Congress assembled that from nnd tho proval of this Act It shall he unluwrul for tho PostOilljo Department or any oniccr head of bureau or chief of dl vMon thereof print print cd or soil or t ff r to cell any clamped envdipes beating upon It a printed direction giving the name of any In dlvldual or company or any number of any Dice box or er or street number or the name of tiny bu 111 g t which It shall bore turned ll uncalled fur or undelivered Provided that this shall not apply to those envelopes printed wish a return curd left blank as to name address hux drawer street number or build lug and which only give the name of Iho town or city wlh the Stale Territory Notwithstanding the poor nppear to have many privations hardship and troubles yet they have many advanti gas over the rich They are not an noyed by nvents for silver nnd gold mining stocks Investmnnt cam standard o Their relatives are not anxious to sea them die HS no estate will be left They arc not annoyed by a host of so called friends who profess their admiration purely for the purpose of being benc tlted In some WilY The chl f tsgo lies In the tact that they can sleep at night not being In doubt to whether their dealings have pressed any one our are they bound to worry over I lulr stocks bonds and curltlcK Take 1 all In all there Is but little difference ns to advantages If we livens we should Following an lnformalciiass of House Comipt t6Tin Ranking and Currencvrnepresiiitativo Hammond uT has framed a bill to al low national banks to loan not to ex teed CO per cent of thrlr savings de pislls on Improved form lauds under regulations to be prescribed by the Controller of the currency We fall to see wiry this piivllego should not be given It Is the best character tit security and the banks are at expense some cumpewaton should be allowed Move to The Farm Too many are leaving tho country and going to tie dilcs where they tall to produce the neccssaiies rjf lire There are more consumers than pro ducers and hence farm products are In demand the supply nut being to the natural Increase lit population aud the Increase brought about by open Immigration The farmer Is at the bat and we are glad of It for he Is the bone and sinew of our wealth and he lives the only happy and Indepen dent life A leading poltlclan gathered his followers In ono section of tho county court house to hear ono ut the cam palgn orators Idling them that when he stamped they must applaud loudly to show their strength While tho orator was talking on u dryly logical print the leader knocked his pipe on a to remove the ashes and his henchmen roared like so many lions and thundered against the floor like battering ram the necessity of Intellectual lion for stifTrnire Our habl ti and our control over t hem determine our future for hnpnlnm or mlery In lime and deprived of olJ cts of lu t and unlit ly plea ure as we must arable or In hell If wo cultivate the good we w Il be happr or In heaven Our repicsentatlvo J O Uoglo Is on tho following committees In ibo LeglNlalurc Publlo olllccH Tubercuk sis AMlgnmont of Committee Uoomn Stato Prison mla House of Reform In suranco Federal and State Conutltu Hunul Amcndnipntc We Juln tho Kcnlticky Press III ox prenslntj W Walton 1ms left the Uuld We linpo that attar ho takes ft vuciitlou he will iiKidn take the edl lorltil chair we will mlw isle bll Hunt edit rials not of life U Induced by sel are tellUh because they gratify our I souse of light and duty Makes Lay Jlourbou Egg Producer l a natural iidllui powder for Itjlitf hens Itacts on tile tlve untl J egg oruana and iriuke lay reuularly Try U aid by J U Co f ks tad HE ttn at sass jf er Ity Id publlq nalco ItlOIi who IU lIce Ie or huvo Otis past drawl IrleL or see the- Ir lInnesota Ins teat ti wo will be mill deep egoist fur very motive but out always by a Our acts ur asp p s r Ihuso Rep t tars n nit r r any alms lit rnture ads t r This Incidentals quail oleo Ity lY regrets IhatCuh Juurnall a- Ha r n motive char lien geoUt fowls produclu th tin ace b Mount I qua owe Has silo ci cl c Itcmpmbor ldrno still bo drug Canecrnlnn Our School boron I line In tho probably In 1881 Mr 1ccplcR pastor of the Molhodiit church ntiBgcstcd that Iho Dillilup residence be bought and cijtivctUd The was tided upon dl cu l in ut the matter In tho loco nownpipor A public mcellig win culled when n taw public spit lied clt Izens a fund to orgutilzo the Oarrnrd Fctnnlo Collcgo colego opened under auspicious clr i 1 V l WUK 1lnV flJ l the Institution fair Its to tho older eleven years thu cal lego proving unsuccessful finally the people demanded n Graded Kchool Thocd tiraf the Conl nil Ky News M D Hughes kept tho subject before tho public In his advocacy of such n tchool until Ilia present Orndcd School opened In 1805 If our Information Is correct Mr U F Hudson wns llrst person In our community tn nd vocatJ tho Graded School and was on tho pest board of Trustees which of flee hn hrld for many years Mr Hud son bus always hero n filind of tho school and bus used Ills It ilucnte In kecphg up tile high standard adoo ted The mantle of M D Hughes has fallen upon Saulljy worthy successor to a model editor and we predict for him a bright future ready ho has shown cnteiprlfio and Krlt In the upbuilding and uplifting of U native town and county lie has displayed unusual wisdom and Is us verhatlle and resourceful as his broil er Robert who started in wlh the KECUUD oillce many years ago rise present editor of tho liECUito can accomplish a great deal fur our city If ho can succeed In pearl g be yond u reasonable doubt that we IntMv ni rH Itulllln This Secretary of the Hoard of Trus tees lu response to many Inquiries submits tho following extract from tho will of the late Lewis Y Leavell who so generously remembered our community if will und bequeath u0 remain der or my estate In tryst for the ben ctlt of the Lancaster Graded Common Schoolwhlte and direct that tho Gar card County Court shall appoint three men us trustees lo Invest and manage K fund Said oleo must be of high n ral character and good Hnanclal iirity and live bond fur performance of their duty and alas be paid a rca savable sum for UiolrRcr vices If they so desire 7iiB KAHNINOS OF TillS VtfSSO SHALL ONLY UK LSHI KOH ECU VBAUfl KXlENSKS OK PAID SCHOOL FIIOVIDED ANY I10NDED INDENTED NESS NOW EXISTING MAY IIE OUT OK IT KepurlH of trustees every two recorded The court shall appoint and till any vacancy tmt may occur In said board J D K Dutno IH acttnowledked t I a so see Unclalmee Letter Ucliw is u list of letters remaining u the Lancaster Post the week ending January 17th 1010 D S Has T A Ebell Irene Dean Enoch Gerhen J T Jctf U James Wundlsklll If called fur say Advertised Wm PM GILES Wo are very sorry to report that Lewis McCulloy Is very nick Already a volume of 1010 good reso lutlons have been laude and at the the year u small li a will re niHiiT unbroken Mr Sum Moberly been a resident of our bark fur three years tins gone to EJenlon to reside Miss StottH was friends and relullves In Madison labt week Riley Davis bought a nice young horse front J L Raney for are s rry to report that Mrs Eddie Chandler Is very sick at this writing Mr Charlie Floyd of HackUv has been vlsltlnu friends and relatives at this place Mrs Raymond Davis was the pleas ant visitor of week Moses Humphrey tccetilly sold a nice milk cow to James Murphy fur 63500 Joe Burton bought a rive horso train Jumcstioott of Jessanilno rat 100 This cotntnunlty has the entire list of every concelyaMi sprcltis of hu muily the lintulkcUili critic the llu eutgosslptr thu uug 1 e tlr stlan the linmuiuluto dude tho melancholy bachelor tho vivacious maiden tho ullvery headed father thocurloy hood ed youth tho warm and patriotic dem carat the miileud mid defeated repul Let tin pray Saved At Door The door of deuti ueemed ready In open for Murray W Ayers of i Utfo N V when Ills was won durfully laved 1 was In a pondltiun ho willcs my Kkn was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue emaciated tram losing 40 pounds growing weaker dally Vliu lout liver rouble pullig me down to death hi sjlte of doctors Then that matchless in dclnu Electric JlitterH cured me 1 regained the 40 pounds lost atuj now am well und strong1 all stomach liver and troubles theyre supreme COout ltK MoUobcru lw i j ie L I I Ii tho- r llrL ouso sdi Jan 20 Se la w un nt told Into Ru III cSC lUll slier n sub crloorl The Uzen tho- r lilt sun A I a new school years slurp be node to said court arid ont c unclaIm- ed Wet HO- We WllUJln 11111 Trans 11 IUu c uozEWcat sale lobar tat early 80A alentalnCullrgr After abs All e tl nest inn tau on Au rl plutlur Roar lose ivho has dacha vlslti Mrs slutls you Death dread 1ur lido R A In k tag oat ul oy or ol General News Oov Wlllnnit l lu Wellington tend tho conference of Jovormiri ahtl declares that ho will basal nothing ti till he IU hi for Republican Clllcfg In till State A tentative agrcomotit has brtn reached to appropriate iOOOOOiKX fur tho completion 01110 River li provcnieittH to bo expended In stunt of 15000 000 a year for twelve years MlMKIcaiior Williams onco nurso nf John D Uockofcller oral Inthatof IU W Olludd died In Clovrl iiul 0 Satur djy night Uio war lOo pease Id In handing out crUos rat arlcsaggnguilng JJOOOOOujcar Miy 0 ynor of New York tins appoint ed only ono Tutnintny man Murphy has paid tie Mayor many visits but they Imvo brought forth no patronage results Tim llrst convonton fur tho study the hookworm will beheld In At lauta thin wllbo attended by over 200 physlciins three repro senlatlves of the Rockefeller million dollar fund and tho many other pro mliicnl wen of science Suit was Blid in the United States Circuit Court In Chicago charging that the Federal cornorallin reconlly pissed by Congress Is tincon Rtllutlonal mul necking an Injunction to restrain fie directors of the North cm Tiust Company of Chicago trout paying the tux Another melon of large propor ttons tho distiloullon of 920000000 In commun stuck Is to be given tho Hlocuhildersof the International IUr vcstcr Company tho company have recommended that the entire 30000000 of stock bo placed on a 4 per cent dividend basis commcnc Ing next An Arkansas laud owner tiffern to also 4000 acres of ilnli bottom land In that Slhlo the umcmployed without rcservatons or lie made the offer at a meeting oracle attend cd by what Is termed the olllclally unemployed otherwlso hoboes who drunk Iho free coffeo and cheered the speeches The will of tho Into D Ogden Mills of Now York disposes of Mi largo es rata by division equally bitvcen bis son and daughter O dcn Nllls and Mrs Whltelaw Reid wife of the American Ambassador to the Courtof St JamcB A bout 1400000 Is left for charitable purposes Provoked by published charges that the Hurley Tobacco Saclcty controlled the courts and the legislature of Ken lucky Representative J Campbell Cintri I nan impassioned speech in the House defended the people of ttie State as He declared that in opposing the tobacco trust they had exeiclscd their lights In u in inner Mr Cautrlll contended that as there was but ono buyerof tobacco the of that product were tied In combining so that thorn would be but one seller Changed Her Opinion Then I am to understand that this U your tlnul answer Mls tftubblo My flnal answer Nothing can move you Nothing Then my life will bo n lonely and my fUle a harsh one for my uncle with whom died and leftmo That fact the case Henry I cannot be harsh who bassustuined such recent bereave meat If I could believe that you are sincere OhSusanl Do iittfquccze mesa hard Henry Your poor uncle Was belong III Three days It Is too bad You say ho left you Ye lift met How How much I said ho hud left me Ho had nothln else to leave 1 Bin alone lu the world now homelcfs pen nllcs lit with you by my bide why show falntedl more bull C tftt J E SlormfH Every Mother U or should be worried when the little ones have a coug ti or cold It lead to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia then to more serious Ihllurdri Syrup will euro the trout h prevent complication Sold by IV McRob 1m Buy Fresh Milk each morning frpm tho DAIRYMANS i 1 1 to nt do tit In the house enl week and tax IIIW 1he dlrecturllor one I live lsasust surnOlt hal he line much Moulld City JI I may cost a trine roil w tldna fI h und at coca and 1 ell II rJ I I J Iha brut hurdr Inr r rting Apt U cons ions law abldlug rot ers oat alters loon V mum oooeoeoaoeaaoooMf rl I e H WMwNYNM trf1Nt1N I Y I I IGAlKIISVIJiIiti McftilamDflS T hoover n II HnTJI ore numbered with tho sick 4 I vitiiii 11 111 mire nivn for RUhitl line In better at this wrlllnif Mr KJ Slmpsotiiweiit to Lexington this week on Mr and bins J Wesley Walker were the aural of Kemp Witlkor and ly SundayMr Mrs JtM Hill visited N lloglo Saturday Mr and trr Wm Bimpnon have rc turner house after npendliitf a week with Jostatiilno count friend K H stay of Lexington spent Hm day with tho homo MUt llroaddus In with her sis ter Mm Kd Simpson this week Mr and Mrs J R IUtco visited rletulH tit Mirksbury Sunday The Meanest Man In Town li ono who always wears a frown Is cross and disagreeable noel Is short and shore Il hli nnswerfi Nino casrn out of ten tho poor fellows fault Its tils liver and digestion Hint makes him ted so miserable ho cant help being dlmgrocable Are you In nf Iolllluf Ititn I lint ritniltllnii Then start nt onco taking HcrMno lor your liver tho Rafft sure and seeable vegetable regulator Sold by It E McRoberts 1m MAUKKHUItr I Win Doclln sold n hunch ut tilt hogs to V L Lawson ut tl 70 per hundred Murk Oolns told a lot of shunts to Bob tout fur 7 cents Mrc M F Rout of Fayctte county has recently bcrii the aural of Mrs and Mrs Jno Simpson Mrs IUhnid McOroth of South Corollas stay with friends nt thin place a tow days ago W D Murksbury Is assisting Joe Skinner III thoHtirout Marccllus Miss Kay Jenkins will leave In a few days to Join her sister MM Chalmers Gallagher at Tumpa Florida whore she will spend time winter Mist Jen kills will her friend Mm M e Rtiblnson of Havana Cuba J c tore returning home Mrr Tell ilia Jones Floyd aged 8i died of I of old eau At till home ot Mr HIlT Floyd of Mt Salem December 31st 100J She was an estimable chrhtlan lady of Hipiltt fnllli mid Iho exemplary lire which she lived Is a living tcMltnony to the fact She walling fur tho call of tho master and tier l t words were Lord take suet Lord take mcl She had many friends In tills county as the greater part of her married life was spout here as well as In Lincoln county There are tour living children Mrs Fannie Pollard Mnrkbury Mrs I Lexington Mis Ambrose Bourne Lancaster Mr Wit Floyd Mt Salem Funeral services were heU at too rcnldence conducted by Rev Thomas Coleman of Danvil1 then her body was placed In tio ceme tery at Mcklnner Tho many friends offer condolence to the bereaved Mr White Muccc has move to the Prult place J W Woods has lust 16 valuable hugs wHit cholera Mrs Family Pollard has been visit Ing hlH daughter Mr Ella of Dauvlllc Scientific Spanking consists In punishment only when u child Is actually bad Sumo mothers think that all crying Is badness It nut When your baby cries look for pins or sumo external cause It you cant llnd thorn baby Whites Cream Vermifuge as the chances are It Is from worms which keep It hungry and cross all tho time Pleasant t take sure III Its action Price 25 cents Sold by R E Mc RobciU 1m We will send the Courier Journal for the next THREE MONTHS to you f B McRoberts i I i lM beep I j Ii leI ill rt I fJ rn rn rn the Its not I I I Sylhe umdu a It hereon her ual II i too sloltel lUll u 1 I d h Mrs Sans bust I4SQKS Gut folks site anger alias Fox vl able was Just Ten hug Coil give O- Re s t b As the firm of J R S MOUNT CO has taken I in a new partner all i ACCOUNTS I3l made with the old firm are l DUE K I Please call and SETTLE f- fJ R MOUNT CO 1 ritJjh mjl g rDf y II I i 1t i I iilillrJ l 3S fl o i WJTL THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DEW J sTOHllES Yin Prul DEXNV Cokltr J F RoblnNon AsVt Cuhr R T Embry DlllUCTOItS Saml Alex It Danny A 0 Robinson John E Stormen S C Detinv J WI Wllilami trratdtet y C D Cochran Ilook keeper L Gill J J WALKKU President J S JOHNSON Visa Prtti ORQANIZHD IMj Tlje CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OflMNOASTJiK KY CAPITA 50000 SURPLUS 35000- yfi P HUDSON Cashier W O RIONBY Cuhr D WAIKRK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J B Johnson II F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Olbb L Walker U A Arnold We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO hasnt been open regular for aomodiino but will bo opened ovary Saturday now Come In and get the best PHOTOUS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO HERES A Bargain j FOR YOU Daily Courier JournaIi By Mall Three Months and The Central Record j One Year Bat For Only 200 The price of the Dally is 600 n ycnr Jivsoi for three months Ve hove untie a special arrangement whereby will accept ordes for that piperniid ours ilttriiiK JANUARY FIJUs MARCH ONJY at the price for both named above Send iu your subscription at once and keep posted on the Proceedings of the Legislature Sunday CourierJournal not included In this offer Send soctf1 additional if Sunday issue is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL j i a paper is it ever was We can still furnith tbei Weekly and our paper both one year for ISO Orders MUST be sent to this paper NOI to the COURIER JOUHNAmo get advantage of this put rate f f i r AIII 0 ii V owl L lto t t v 4 l I it Jf If w j RUARY t I r jn1tlUl good i tI 4 r 1Yt i I t Courlar Journal e and t M a II LouJsvill A Nashville Time Table j For Lexington Clirln n all niitl intermediate M n Tn lliUpi m And 1140 p in Far HUHfiml Corbin Kiiuxvlllo point Siiuthi 040 n in mill 83f p m For Stanford Iiulmnon Ijoulivlllu nntl poliiU North and 214 pin GossipAbout V VPV A Brl l Mention of the Comings nd Oolnji Ly Thou Vfi In 1 K Robinson was In Frankfort on buIncsi lust week V I Williams has returned from n business trip to CainpbclUlllc The Misses llamni are III Stanford the guests of MIRR Margaret Lyiin- MlM Virginia Stanford limo guest of Mr and Mrs W 1C War MlM Lucy Francis Is tho guest of Mr and Mrs James Cummlitg of Stanford Mrs J A Mlngua has returned from a slay with her relatives In MlM LIIMa Noel of Dinvlllo Is the guest of Mrs Thor Austin and other filiiidMm Jefferson Dunn of Lexington Is hero with Miss Knapp West Mrs Nelson of Wllllanuburir Is the guest of her Mr and Mrs J M Mcadors MlM Joan Mount left this week fire R vlKlt her sister Mm Shelby i of La Grange Miss Elna Mason now of Shelb City was nthome Saturday Dud Sur day for a visit Mltaes Jennie and Hardln leave soon for Decatur III whore they win reside Mm Richard Ware of Cincinnati Is here fur a with her 8lslcrL Mica SUIIe Lou Myem MU Null fuhnslon has returned from a visit t Mr and Mrs Larry D Jones of Mnnllcrlln- Mm W K Shugars of Sttnfcrd been the guest of Judge Win family Mm George Hallcw of Richmond hat been a recent vhlljr to her moth er Mrs Kdna Francis Miss Ethel Hlllonof SUnfoidlsrls Iing Mrs R II ItuUot sad MUsSutflo Hilton Miss Cnllh Adam rclurncA from a vl U to her friend Mlw Ltje Pralher of Richmond George Hunli IH In Stanford s Il the absence of operator Mr lllco Miss Sue Shelby Mason leaves hhotU ly to enter one of tho leading Huslnns Colleges III time city of Cincinnati Mlis Ilcrlha llurnsldo left Wednc dy fjr u hlt t her aunt Mr T Charles McGugln of Ml Vernon Ohlt Dr Llllard and Mrs Llllard have returned to Lawrcnccburg after a Hhort visit toGarrnrd county relatives Putts left Sunday fur Cin cinnati where she MI trim In one of the leading millinery houses In that city Miss Scoltn Petty Is with lit Joseph MdrchanllluCo attain after u vltltlu her mother Mrs Elizabeth Polly of Dccatur Illinois Mluina Margaret and llcsslo Shugars have returned from n Uasaiit slay with limb brother O W Shugars of Indlanapolv Master Henry Thomas Hatcher the tirlglit IttlloKunof Mr and Mrs J D Hatcher Is spending tho week with Polhrd In the country T Roswcll and Mrs Mlles who were called homo on account of the death of Mrs ley returned t Louisville Wednesday Mr and Mrs I Hairllt n leave this week for Memphis and other Southern cities They contemplate a trip to California before their return homo Mr Reason And wife have return to their homo In Chicago after a ten dnys visit to Mr anti Mrs P R Cox Mr andMra Marshal Kuson and other relillves Miss Jennie Leo DIckorKon of State Normal School at Richmond who was called hone last Thursday by time death of her father Mr John Dicker nun has resumed her work Miss Dlckorsmi Is one of fluekovcH most lovublo young women HIM hiss tho deppckt sympathy of her inuny friends lit this place Among the sorrowing Bands who attended limo funeral of Mrs Jesse lulloy wore Um fnl iwliu relatives from a distance Mr and Mr Llllurd liles of Somerset F Ilosw ll nnj Funnlo Mao Mlles of Louis lr 0 D Llllard Lnwrnneoburg lr and Mrs J U Woolfolk Winches tort Mr a N Miles and Mrs thrown Mcholaivlllo Mr Curter tiillere of Logana Making Ufa 8 for yvorywlioro life In bring made moro sofa through Limo work ofDr Kings Now LirulIIUlM Consilputlon III luusncsi Dyspepsia Indigestion Liv er troubles Kidney Diseases and SCo at R E MuUuborlii lm t c t id 1 Gill South 1 If J Art Bourne III In I LtlU Iulilt tier hterll Dane and to j 0 f wilt k l I if rIM 11 1 tihilnra and t her satera fL Ira c lif actinJ till J S 1 i Miss Idol fo i fi Tenmlu Mrs J Fannie Jesse Mrs J VIle 1111 ford of k Itteh pond r not net parent Allot k r Pcnr 4 stay is II tr C depot sgenl 4 n r yJ a u Mlle 1 Mao Oui- o 7 tw J i Hiss o r n butt4 1 Durno will amity ut two Girl Wonderful Linguist A girl named Minna Wclsboln has astonished time United thinks Immigration authorities by her nlilllly to mind rend lltioidan Polish French German Italian Span Ion and EnRllsh A Card lining compelled on account of my health to take a rest I have resigned my poMllon for the present In with tho Graded School I thank tho board ft ulty pitrors and pupils for many kindnesses render cd mo In the past I take pleasure hero In recommend Ing my substitute Miss Magee Shu has dune good preparatory work for touching and I am sure will do cfllcl on conscientious nnd faithful work kith her puplli I hopo she will bo well patronizedMrs llurnitlde Qulliy- In loving rcmembronco of Helen Mlles Guile born October 24 1883 died January 12 1010 Wife of Jesse Gnllcy and daughter of A C Miles and Mary Llllard Mlles deceased two sisters Fannto Mae and Agues and one brother Llllard Miles arc loft mourn their fuss Sine was a graduate of the class of 1005 Hcaumont College Harrodsburg on January 0 of last year was tho happy Mr JtKSu On I ley On now years diy litte Robert Llllard came their love and complete tho happy union How proud was the young mother when alma looked on her III tie darling timid saw a pit babe oclock January 12 after of night had Bellied round came tmt darker und deeper shadow Qvcr this happy lamlly Just ten after embracing her sister and her name Fannlo MIC the death iingcl claimed our dear lichen Asoiemn and Impreslvo scene around the bed were the faithful ami devoted young husband two tlilcrs yes three for llcssle Out toy was all a true uhlcr could have been Their devotion to each other had been long while a subject rcmarkcdjon also devoted family sit of whom were deeply grieved as they haw the precious life of one so dear slowly ebbing away What a holy place The close of a Chi Isl I ins life Serenely passed away the golden rind of life wbS sundered and she was gone Funeral services were held In her homo by Roy flush pastor of the church of which she las u loyal me m ber QursynipatnlcR go out to all those rfnu mourn but huw wo whim we could lighten time sorrows as they seem so heavy lo the young husband Kiev jtrrtfiort months of supremo happl IICKS with cheery companion who greeted each home returning a smile May these fund mem ories help him bear bereavement On of she kissed hcrfalher and wliKSred rime way Is Such a sufferer over hopcfulrnevcr murmuilug To know herftvas to love her A universal fa unto and possessed of u remurkuLlir cheery disposition a highly cultivated mind and heart she was capable and helpful In Sunday School und church work Her It lluence will ever live In time hearts of those who enjoyed the sweet pleasure of her society Willie lhot0 beautiful hands are renting on that pulseless body today while her form lies ut rest under a flowcpluden sod In tho Lancaster her pure noble soul has put on Immortality beyond Iho slarllt dune Amid the mourning and dreariness of bereavement may the loved ones have the fortitude to en chore llln sorrow and be constrained to look forward with full contldence to the Joyful reunion with our own dear lichen tier death hone of Iho trials wo may not understand but now wo see through a glass dimly but then fuco lo face Interesting Program The Miry Walker Price Chapter of time U 1 U hold u very Interesting memoilil service Wednesday after noon In time parlor of the Hotel Kcngar lan ui u tribute to time two leading Confederate heroes taco and Jackson The llrtt fculure of Limo exercises was Furru followed by reading of the rit uulbythn entire chapter then Mis Mat tie P Frlsllo delivered In uu Im prculvo and dlgnlllcd manner an outlining the growth and general design of the U D C organ Izallon Mrs II F Hudson historian of delivered an interest Ing und welNwrlttcn paper A Life Sketch of Lee u beautiful selection of mu lu was next In order succeeded bj u reading of limo poem M irs hub urL Is AkUop Kiven In u touching modulation of volco by Mrs S Dun ny Aflnrmath was next contribut ed by Miss Mary Duty A Life Sketch of Juckboi was furnished by Mm S I Coohrun followed by u tong Buys of Tho Sixties well rendered by Misses and Lucy Doty a reading of the poem Death of Jack sun khowcd hue elocutionary train Ing on tho part of Nibs Kuphronla A Tribute to Lou by Great Soldiers Statesman und Dl vines was u chtlco and scholarly address by Mrs F P FrUbk Fulhor Ilyund matchless poello tribute March of the Dead was pathetically recited by Mrs U 0 Uluet und tho closing and most oiUhiuliulla feature of the entire program was then contrlbuUd by tho united voices of tho whole membership Joining i the Inspiring strains of that tllrrlutf musical cuts connection M Ilelo t bride uf to share feet At 0 mil tbs Grouped fur a she 1 time eve he th pill ceUl- o fy draperies of a prayer by tile elmaplaln Fannie thu Chapter 51 1011011 mug ceN Ill this at to a ealugtuu an tat the Coon Ill a hero heat ednesday Jane ay 20 a ton yenr atd speak the- ca hag l1Imt y bright within dB car Mrr address C Itatle Commit Fox Deathless pixie r VOULIFINI IT IN THIS COLUMN f 01 I who to me to please All and RaOll with Ul D Ball or Ed Gali 114 3t The Otm of Hair dry ViJdOs shoes and groceries l212t Notice In hereby gbrcil that I will I George 11431 In Mug Hyatt Cot WanUdl A Kod white wotnaq to do cooking Loulsvlll No washlnjnmronlng- onicc 1 1430 Tlank Slack For W of Nlcuolasville will front of IhfrCorfH day Examination The exkmluillojHjorCor ountySupt Nonce of Dissolution The arm of Gill Simpson grocers Is hereby dissolved by mutual consent W I Walker succeeds cclfullr yo J L 0111 J W Simpson 11UVANTNVILLE Miss Elizabeth Bryant has gone to Danville whore she will take a course Mrs John Peters of Mackvlllo was the guest of her sister Mrs 0 C last week Mlsa Katie Mae Farley will go to Klchmond next week where she will attend the Normal school Mr and Mm Hugh Tomlinson have returned to thclr home at Toledo 0 after a visit of two weeks with Mr II J Tomlinson and family Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdett have moved Into time house recently vacated by Mr W A Dlckorson- Mrc Sam Farlce has been visiting relatives In Jessamine Mr Ilogan Ballard spent Sunday in LexingtonMr Mrs Henry Tomllnson have returned home after a visit to rela lives at Lexington Mrs Jeff Dunn of Lexington spent a few days with Miss Bessie Patton tho the week Miss Inez Coleman of Danville was limo guest of Miss Elizabeth Bryant Mr Dunn of Lexington was here this week on business Mrs S A Murct and daughters left Sunday to spend several weeks In FloridaMrs Johnson and little left list week tor Bell Jelllco af ter u visit to her sister Mn 0 0 Decker Madam rumor says that there ate to oo several weddings In our vicinity real soon Miss Miymo Ballard visited Miss Bjlllu Elkln at Lancaster this week Tho sale of Mr J II Barley January 6lh was well attended nut withstanding tho cold weather everything sold well Mr Eatley and family will to Jessamine He recently sold Ida farm to Mr lager of Wayne county Their many friends hero regret very much to see them leave A Wild BIlMird Raging brings danger suffering often death to thousands who tako colds coughs und lagrlppo that terror of Winter und Spring Its danger signals are stuffed up nostrils lower part of nose sore chilli and fever pain In back of head and A cough Whets Grip uttacki ai you value your life dont delay getting Or Kings New Discovery One boats cured me writes A L Dunn of Pine Valleys boss after being laid up three weeks with Gilp For sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs Colds Whooping Cough Bronchitis Alum ma I Is supreme Mo 1100 Guar anteed by R B MolloberU 1m 1l3L Becker or week end Iko S n ovu In liwet lla lg v fur sl r u E fall ulluw 11 y tiro sou fed C thou ow wWo e- alkor o II 21dL- 8tr ycd tom pla at Hyatt 6a brow Jet a wit o a and a tar rd Ely J tc ye frost no ca ed gee mid Its 1 Ex w lane F ale Trade A N 1 ante nr r tr o font Apply his e 4t few Ilv lace Vyand ro era for al Fimo o- s A Ic- i 212t Mar abut Ky ask all are ndebted C cry rc ec mill bf ou Bros has d solved pa tnersi R L an Il- be at that d at d wit u o ate line of make ppllcatlon t he overnor- Kentuc y for It pardo of o and ho o work I m y of hire In U Iw and ea at dim Bale L Steele sell sever Ishares QJi Cltize Nat tonal ha k ale of Lan al r I lour run o t 114 on tool Dlpiumitas will it d eq Ja 20tH Jen old firm We deal c to thank o f ends nd Limo public or the pea atr nag nd ask a cent luanoo same t We old stand I II b1 business first daughter Saturday throat grlpping t J1UKNA VISTA Measles and whooping cough aro both prevalent hero Miss Maymo Haslln has returned to her home at Lancaster after pleasant to the fatally of AlborlSklnnor Mr and Mrs lien Tracy havo gone to Louisville after a few months stay Mrs Amanda Lane Mr and Mrs Hugh Christopher spent Sunday In Lexington Mr and Mrs J 0 Pryor who aro both years of age are victims of whooping cough J W our popular blacksmiths has been unable to attend to business on account of tho Illness dt wife and children The youngest child Is very III with pneumonia and measles Mrs Dlsmukci I convales cent Miss Alice Scutt a student of State University U confined at homo with measles It will likely be sometime before she ls able to resume her school workG II Ruble the well know suck trader lost a valuable mare last week Colic Is thought to have been the causeOn account of so much sickness among the pupils Miss Lucre 1 1 has closed her school near Camp Nelson After a short vhit to parents and other relatives Will Asklns has to his borne In Kansas City The public school at this place closes The teacher Mitt Myrtle Ruble will leave soon for school at Richmond Too Much Floe You feel as If you had one taco too many when you have Neuralgia dont you Save the face you may treed It get rid of the Neuralgia by Billiards Snow Liniment Fittest thing In the world for rheumatism neuralgia burns cuts scalds lame back and all pains Sold by R E Mc Roberts lm PAINT LICK Dont taU to read Flap Ham macks ad following this teller Mr Robert visited his brother W O Mays at Richmond last week After a severe spell of grip Mr E C McWhorler Is Improving and about able to bo out again Miss Maud Crondall has opened a private school over the ware house Miss Margaret Anderson has had for her guest Miss Marian Nolon and sis ter of Richmond QMIss Annie Buttner of Is the guest of her aunt Mrs Rodney Qrlggs Mr Sam Campbell and sister have taken rooms with Mrs Vina Mc Whorter In the Dr Suowdcn house Little Eva Mae Conn Is quito sick of lonsalllk Mr W G Kemper Is In Cincinnati on business Messrs Slaughter and Kemper the Cincinnati Tobacco men will finish prizing their purchase this week Miss Zllpba Williamson ylsltcd friends In Lowell Sunday and Monday Mrs E L Woods entertained a number of filends at dinner Sunday Mrs Palmer and children of Richmond and Mr and Mrs Oatley of Klrksvlllo have returned to their homes after a visit to Mr and Mrs Joe McCormack Fish have about the interior of store house which Is nicely furnished an arranged fora general merchan dine They have employed Mrs Vina their clerk She Is a well known and a competent saleslady are cordially General Merchandise CASH STORE Paint Lick on Saturday Jan 22 M J PATRIC Work Guaranteed Paint Liok Kintuoky I hit Ito Dlsmukes ono ot thlt week t Maya Calpast J T Burke 110m mack completed their complete line of as YOU I he I ammac s Dftntl t- AU over fifty Skinner rat rued applying invited t OPE ING of Fish unll HT JIKIIItON Mr Isaiah Jackson remains very III Mr Willie Preston sold tn Jim Ray a horse price tOG Robert the little son of Mr and Mrs 1jury Spcakrt who hiss been dan gcrously ill with pneumonia Is convaleo lug Mr Jno Jackson sold to different parties corn at I27C per bbl The 7 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter of Jessamine died last Thursday Remains wore Interred In Mt Hebron cemetery Fri dayMr Russell Vanderpool of Lexing too was In this last week buy log produce Miss Maggie niece Mss Irene Vanderpool moved trout here to Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan of IJurgln were with relatives hero Sunday and Sunday night Miss Minnie Tester of Madison was with her sister Mrs Lowry Speaks apart of last week Financial Money Is tho root of all evil and grafllng doesnt Improve the fruit Smart Set A Wretched Mistake to endure the itching painful dlslretft of Piles Theres no need to Llstei I suffered much from Piles writes Will A Marsh of Slier City N C till I Rot a box of Uucklens Arnica Salve acd was soon cured Mums Bolls Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema Gulp Chapped Hands Chilblains van It 2T c at R E McRob erts lm BREW THAT STARTED Fearful Concoction Responsible for Trouble Among Women of Cigar Factory There never was such a strike as that of the 100 women employed In a clear factory Just across time river from New York All Hungarians they are as husky as catamounts and have the same regard for the sacredness of human lire that a polar bear shows None of them can speak English and no one dares to get closo enough to them either to find out what their dc mands nre or to tell them that they have been accepted AH any one knows Is that they aro on strike and likely to stay so The proprietors of the factory are gild to be considering the wisdom of starting another tae tory In San Francisco and letting the strikers tako this one apart If they want to The strike started when some In spired idiot at a Hungarian wedding built a concoction to which he gave In Hunky tho name of lightning conductor Lccat tradition holds that this brew Is composed of gin bitters svehska punch beer new cider creme de menthe abslntho and rum all mixed In a tin washtub with roast apples floating In It That recipe may not bo absolutely accurate but whatever the lightning conductor Is made of the results were always the same says tho New York of tho Cincinnati After the first drink the guest tried to kick the bride At tho drink she sought to sot fire to the kitchen and at the third drink she pulled her oldcountry shawl about her round placid face grabbed a bat In one hand and started out howling down the street smashing at every living thing In sight After tho fourth drink a strike of cigar rollers seemed almost ridiculously easy Tho 100 amazons that once rolled cigars in tho factory havo seized every avenue of approach to that building They patrol night and day keeping up big bonfires all night long round which they sit and drink 1 c The 15 police of New Brunswick have been wblped to a cream custard twice and finally gave the battle up Noth log but a Qatllng gun could possibly have any effect upon these women A delegation of townspeople that called on Chief OConnell got a flat refusal to Interfere Ill not sacrifice my men ho said glaring at the dele duotor Ill hang him on a street cor nor as u example Avoid Trouble Weaw wh threateiei with a staid take Curia aid prevent Ike Im Me eceirrlig delicate cwdHiM It will save yea meh pals ud Misery tried Cirdil before ewUte aid have ftud H tJ WMderlil heieUt Mrs Faille Nkhds el Mettle writes lest year I was threateiei wMh l Yelped sere thai uy her nedlclie I have iHie healthy toy Ithlrt CardHllhelliestMedklMl kw Iw leMle treiMes Mi I wish all intkrwf w everywhere Uruce and where will STRIKE- r i J i i i J j 1 I J i i J i i correspondent second C C i i i canfind j al5b Ira II THISUS lIve Me Ills aid Wise II tar lie New II wild It kl Slid I Lo31ngt0Qn they resHe islf before orange Times Star r year neat Take CUI I sea try Cards e t 4 TO Remark r- r l J J WERISE 1 that summing up all the good points ab6ut Obelisk Flour give you nearly as of its as a single trial of it in So we ask you to order some We know tlja once you how beautifully it bakes and how far you will be a steady user of OBUUSK FLOUR hereafter BANKS HUDSON Why you THE PEOPLES BANK BECAUSE 1st Our Ofllccrs and Employees aro men of sterling Integrity 2nd We do business on a conservative basis 3rd We strive always to accord and courteous service to all our friends and patrons 4th Your Money Is Safe when left In In addition to all otjfer precautions for safety we carry ample fidelity and burglarlnsurance Our surplus U growing rapidly and wo are stronger each day Try u and you will never regret It Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky WAGONS We have just received a car load of Columbus Wagons in various sizes and at prices to you PLOWSWe have a largo assortment of Vulcan Plows and all kinds of Farming Implements WireFenceAmerican Field Foncf no bettor made at higher price See it bofor buying Bring your Produce Decker Ballard Coi Bryantsville Ky wouldnt good Idea superiority you lame it es NtJY I should patronlre I I ourcare b c rljr01 0 1 I s I Kfi see e Ming ooo o o Q interest r k j1p- M Indestructible The clear full brilliant tone of Columbia Indestruc tible Cylinder Records Is the for theirgrow ing popularity But its a fino they break M matter how careless be and that they will sever wear out no many times you play then 35 cents t jtill for a catalog I A splendid repertoire to choose from and we are adding to it right along F G Hurt Lancaster treason know cant may 4 mat ow f l tr Farm ana Stock dull Hi K tlcrmlun 0 Rood hemp brakes T I Lana sold hlfl crop of 1200 Ibs of tobacco to W I Hurton Lancnslct1 htistlliiK stockman had u valuable Iiotso to last week Tilt United States linn loat Its placi as tho greatest wheat producing country In the world and Russia has won Mr Oeo D Robinson Danville Ky sold a four saddle Ktilllon b Highland Dare to Dr II L Casey of Mexico M i list week fur a irocd prly Dolbcrt Daultoi has the corn shuck Intf record of La Halle county 11 In 7 days ho shucked 3014 bushels from the stalk an average of 113 bushels a ttiy Interior Journal Tho Executive Committee of the Kentucky Swine Breeders Association have netted the next annual meeting of the Auoclitlon to be held In tho Aurlcntural Uulidlntf of tho State College at LcxJopiGit February ISand 10 Wo must Increase prcaucllin per acre by more Intelligent mclhtds or we must face the relentless certain day when wo shall nut produce food enough to supply our own necessities President William C Brown of tho New York Central railroad In an address before the New England Rail road Club The of liner he must continue t advance In fair ratio with tho steady Increase In the co t of living Imp Albert ono uf Americas grca cst stallonp dead at the of 28 years When 13 years old ho was pur chased for the In the outskirts of Hopklnsvllleby Its own ers Dr M W Wl llama and MaJ Cj rus 8 Radford Assistant Quarter master of the United States Marines He distinguished himself as a sire In an Incredibly short time after being brought hero and In 1000 Williams Radford refused un utter or 830000 for him Their judgment was well vindi by tho next crop of yearlings which brought 12000 one of the num ber selling fur 7 700 Purchased In the fall of 1800 crop nine or ten 2 placed him a premier stallion In 1890 with nearly 8100000 to his crcdt Of tills crop came Mes florist th champion of his time who won 30000 In stakes Then followed Herbert winner of 15000 8TONK Mrs Irene Preston has been very sick for several Mr Turn Lemay was thrown from a horse last week and badly hurt Mr Lynn Cobb sold his house and lot on Scotts Fork to Mr Bob Lung for laW A T Sanders sold three tat hogs to Brown Lawson of Lancaster at 8 cents per ponnd The Kentucky river has been on a boomMr John ticks and family of Jud son were the guests of Mr Joe IIckt and family Sunday Miss Alice Snydor was the quest of her mother Mrs Mary Snyder of Loyd list Sunday We are glad fi know that Mr L M CrutchQeld who has been confined to his room for the past month with a broken ankle It Improving Mr Jim McUllllon of Indiana was the guest of his uncle Mr Llgo Me Million lust week L L Sanders and fannyi of Crab Orcbard C S Sanders and family Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan of Curdsvllle Mrs Jeuell Montgomery of Bourne Mr Earl Grow and wife and Mr Mtil clo Thompson and wife wore the of Mrs Mary E Sanders aud family Sunday Ml Neda Reynolds of MidUon Is the charming guest nf M St lions Lee Wiley this week Lltte Miss Alberta Speaks of Bout no In spending several days with M Moberly Miss Beatrice Sanders returned home Saturday after spending fwo weeks with her sister Mrs Sam J T Sanders BfJrt a bunch of shoats to A T Sundtrs ut 760 per head Mr Emmlt Long vUlted his cousin Mia Alice Snyder of Stone Wednes day night Unnecessary Accomplishment Stella Here U a iclicdulo that you can food a family on a Bella Well If you have enough brains to do that you can catch a hue band with plenty of money He Knew Her Bridget Will yex have your dinner now sorr or wait for the mhmaaT Head of the Houso Where U your mistress UrlJgutT Bridget Theres OH auction beyant tho corner said shed stop there tar a mIn Jilt Mead of the Houio Have dinner now Bridget New York Bun Read Thl Dr 0 Shares Liberty Ind Bays 1 have tested Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy In ten cases of chol era fall and It baa proven success ful In il but one It was nut given according to directions In tlia case In which U failed Void by J Mount Cotnpauy ov has torMlo cheap Milo HltnpllOllaI that dltUllcllon r I said wales declared J Ii age Adelbert Stud cat d III first 2yearold days 1 I uest her grandmother Mrs V I 120 month sort an she 1 tills I mil fi Id Rolla end d easy Nen n 1 0 my rut 1144 J w nay 14Ie diet l year old t i f r year olda l A r 0 J j p s a Duncan t Ylr a r noolMti n 11 h4a A clean hone II soonest curried Dotter poor horse than o poor autoChickens kept confined should be fed a noon meal Cheap harness often proves an ex pensive Investment A little axlo grease applied where It belongs saves horseflesh Lots of people have automobile asps rations and ox team efficiency Good ventilation Is one of the essentials to good health of dairy and matsGood management Is the only thing which will make hens pay a profit every month A cold roast for dinner and a hot roast between meals turns the milts oi the divorce courts H should not be one great breed ol horses against another so much the well bred against the scrub Whenever a largo limb Is sawed from the tree wound should at once bo covered with wax or thick paintFall plowing that U well done cuts the labor of preparing the seed bed next spring cuts It squarely In my opinion Diversified Intensive farming la the only kind that will pay the money which buys autos and other conve niences for the farmer A few hours work with a iteddy team and a road scraper will save dol tars worth of manure and leave the barnyard In dandy shape for the win toes chores When the consumer can rest assured that hit milk wont have dirt And filth settled In the bottom of the glass from which he drinks he will pay high for his milk There It a mistaken notion among some breeders at to the value of old sires among horses and other live stock It has been noted that good stallions If kept right are valuable for very many years Best soil for alfalfa Is with a surface sufficiently heavy to retain an abundance of moisture and furnish a good storehouse for plant food one with a fairly deep subsoil sufficiently porqus to allow good underdralnage Fall lettuce and other small are welcomed In the average and the trouble of growing them is extremely profitable Just another way of utilizing those out of the way places in fence corners and close to buildingsClover Is very valuable and where clover hay Is fed to itock there will be abundance of ihatterlngs for the poultry whether fed dry In a clean dry place or whether steamed or fed In a bran mash the value of clover that torlngs is greater than many think Some of the com shocks will twist and go down before you are ready to use them If such shocks have already been damaged by rain husk thorn the corn and fodder In small piles let dry for two or three days and then store If they are left In the shock both will mould and rot Ground limestone Ii better than burnt limestone Two per acru may be applied If the soil Is rather acid but If extremely acid three four and even five tons per acre once in three or four years It may be thrown upon the ground broadcast and more of It should be applied on the bills H Is not necessary to Inoculate the soil for cowpeas but It Is necessary for soy beans It Is much easier to Inoculate the soil for soy beans than for alfalfa but it Is just as Inoculating once Is sufficient It may be done by putting a pint of the soil containing the bacteria In the drill box and lotting It sift out with the seed On the majority of soils It U safe to spread manure In the fall either for fall or spring plowing It manure has been accumulating around the barn yard or In the manure shed It Is a good time now to draw It out and spread It upon tho land In no way does manure give as large as when spread on grass land and there Is no better time than tall The fall rains and winter snows will soak It well Into the soil where It will be available for the grass roots when they start In the spring Comparisons Are Dartgorous chap told mo this morning that I looked the Imago of you Where Ii the Ill pound the life out of him Too late I killed him Interesting Question Why nsws the Philosopher of Folly that you never meet a brll liant man or a clover woman without o stop and wonder why ha or the happened to marry the dense one b did a the tone Idiot or the f a fire tw- In zone crop horn out- place necessary returns t e 0 1IUOKKY15 Miss Emma yimpsun who has been to Colornda for Tuberculosis has re turned homo Mr John Boglo was up from Frank tot t last week to sea homo folks Mr Miles will start to Texas soon fur his health It was learned Wednesday Mr John Dickerson who had been In pour lienlth a good many years and an in valid several months hud grown sud mistily worse Wednesday nliilit weigh burl and friends canto to see It there was any little service to tender but was evidence to express In words ha loved tint ho would soon bo lathered at the River At630lho last was breathed so gently yes Jut as Ills many friends had treated him In his yearn of declining health Mr Dlckcrxon wns 22 ago to Miss Mary Ray daughter of Dr Win Ray deceased To this union were 0 chldrcn 6 whom are living Ed ward Katie Mamie Jennie and Mrs Oca Hay The wife and daughter administered to his comforts with energy Wbllo doting to some extent on little Edwnrd the only son he was not ranch less fond of Iho daughters ch latest plea sores being In his two young est daughters Mvmlcand Katie sing his favorite church songs In healthier das Joining In liltnsolf is he possessed a tine tenor volco Mr DIckmon a church going man of the Baptist fulti and as said by a devoted church memur Ho was n man that at to his own affairs Ills business was that of a drummer and after his declining health prevented traveling he was still urged by firms tj resume his work for ho was zealous In bust Nerve Timing A strange instance of the care an minuteness with which the body Is now studied In tho effort tc understand Its powers and function better Is furnished by a paper read recently at a meeting of the Royal so clety In London on the Rapidity ol the Nervous Impulse In Tall an Short Individuals Even the dlffr once In time required for a nerve telegram to traverse the bodies different persons Is regarded as s matter of scientific Importance A scries of observations has showr that the length of the nerve does no pulse passes between the brain and the extremities and consequently thai time Is needed If the path ii lorg than It It Is short It follow that a short man should feel a on his corns quicker than a tall but the difference Is so slight that the offender has no better chance of es cape In one case than In the other The Sunday Magazine Picture of Presidents In every department and In tact IB every bureau are to be found tte plo tune of the former heads of those d partments or bureaus Pictures of alt of tho presidents arc not In the White House but many are to be found thereNeither are the pictures of the wives of all the presidents those whc occupied the position of fleet lady ol the land to be found In tho White I Mouse though a goodly number have been preserved It Is rather a notable tact that the pictures of nearly all women who have graced the position mistress of the White house are placed In the lower rooms and I dors This region might bo termed I the basement though It scarcely met I Its that position In architecture All of these corridors are used nt the big functions at the White Houtn and no doubt more people see the pic tures of the women than would be the case If they were hung lt the upper I Illustrious Descent i It Is a desirable thing to be will descended but the glory belongs to our ancestors Plutarch Women I Ono woman can meet another for two minutes and describe what she had on for two hours New York Times ABOUT HYOMEI A Bottle Costs Only 60 Cents A Complete Including Inhaler 100 When R E McRoberU states most emphatically that he will guarantee Hyomtl to cure cntaarh or give you your money back what Is your an swerAre you satisfied with your condi tion or do you want to rid yourself forever of vile catarrh with Its hump mating sniptonis such as hawking sal tntr blowing and bad breath Hyumel Is a simple antiseptic med icine that you breathe through a pocket the parts affected by batarrh eucalyptus mixed tilling and membrane Igj filnir antiseptics Get a complete outfit today It only costs 1 and contains ovary thinK necessary to euro any ordinary case of catarrh Extra bottles If needed 60c- IlyomM N the best remedy In the world for sore throat coughs and colds croup and bronchltB It gives won derful relief In two minutes For sale by dru l8ts everywhere and by R E MoRouerts Send for frpe sam plo bottle and booklet Booths Hy omel Co Buffalo N Y A JL it 7 JrlAii It rcllovon etonmch misery sour atom Aoh boli lung and cures dlv 4so or wcuey lark Lwpe box of tub t c 0 I I lust one flanco married born ono ot his S ness It hum o affect the velocity with which an 1m man the liar rooms I woman Outfit small inhaler yer It Ii mad ot A wit of r germ 00 CUres IndfRestloil omlCh Iota 1 IIU towns r Alex years tireless hating wn tended r ore eta core trnliln GO u e 0 I Farmlno In Egypt A Mltor on board the Hliodo Island on the trip nf tho battleship tied around time world last year wrote from Egypt graphically th wondora of time pyramids and otliet Interesting things In that country 01 the farming there ho nys the statue ol Hnmescii Orent wo went for a long rldo over the siitcndtdty Irrigated land to tin tombs The taming laud was quite n sight They ImVo brought corn from the Untied Stales and raise It hero IP great quantities They also raise line wheat clover cabbages lettuce nearly all vegetables Did yon ever see nn Egyptian plow In n museum t They use that kind horn now AR n ode they aro drawn by bullocks hut 1 saw tlinm plowing with cnineln hull a bull and a mid also by hand It was n trance sight Quite dlt fcrcnt from tilling gong plow they use at home of LandCommissioners Halo QARRARD COURT 1 plaintiff Samuel Bra rc Defendants ly virtue Judgment if tho Oar rard Circuit Court rendered at Its Wovembor term 1009 In the above soled action 1 us Muster Commis slower will on MONDAY JANUARY 2Uh 1010 between tho hour nf 11 t m and 2 p m It being county court day at the court house In Garrard County Ky to the hltflicU cd reel property Ijlng and III Uarrard and known SH the David Junes tract of land and an ash and hickory onincr ry Piit thence y 7 W Oi on curner line thenco N l E to nn elm stump In tho branch thence up sold brunch E 24 poles tu a sugar tree thence S 24 V 74 poles to a stake thence S 85 W 65 to the begin fling contulnlntr Said prop erty will bo sold HHII whole and sale Is made for the of real Izlm the debt Interest and cost of plaintiffs which amount to day of 8 to sum of 1165 00 approxl mately TERMS Said sale will b made on a credltof required to bond with good Master Comnflsstoner for said pur chaac monct fearing Oper cent Inter est per tram date of sale until force and effect of a issue If maturity A wIK also be upon the land sold for the payment purchase money J M nOTHWELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court L L Walker Atty for Plff This Jan 7 1010 LEARR TELEGRAPHY TAKE ABTfflTAHrOF OUR BREADS OFFER TELEGRA ROAD AGENCY reduced to 45 and 1260 of students lallruad tare paid Buys thU U YOU R OPPORTUNITY to learn a trade that pays a good salary every month In the year Excellent board at low rates New nan has climate 8000 moral surroundings Stu dents quulfr In 4 to f months Our graduates POSITIVELY POSITIONS paying I5 to 05 per month to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promo motion Diplomas awarded Great Demand for Telegraph Operators Write today for our Free Olpage Il lustrated Catalog which gives full particulars Southern School of Telegraphy llox 873 Newnaii On POSTEDTho undersigned nereby give to all persons upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullesteitentof Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire R Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N n Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry W Sweeney KT nice I fMrs Mrs E E Daniels 110 Arnold W Q Anderson II 0 Hamilton L II Drown 0 Y Conn T V Conn J 0 Conn LUNCS WITH Kings New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES OTJARANTKKD BATiaPAOTOK OK MONKV KBPUNDED 14 McRoherta Drug Sort I I I dell rlbhlll an camel the O CUlT J Carter Ad Ya sell mind best the to descrlb y bounded us DIlnnlnjf t u C acres r I months und 10 will tw ex uto e to the ani 1 ho n which execution not aid I1t YOUNG MEN t n PUY TYPE V delightful Inhabitants i tlOoel notttrtrespuSII the law g Rich Mrs Kinnaird A El ln J JDI Sutton Itebe D R ndr KILL THE UCN AND CURE FOR C8 R I rout the r tint may EC ITINUANDRAI flrat class GUARANTEED warding P IV DaveThotgpsom cat A e l ytal Ba strut We sell best Straight Creek on the market J Henley V Bastin at the Creamery THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5000000-R B UcRobirti Prti Heels llodioa Vice Pre R I Pn Shiner Cashier D A Lest Cashier R L Elkln DMkKctpcr Comparative of its growth Deposits January i 1907 1653474 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 1 909 1 645236 Jan 1 1910 13564758 fT LrDi theI DI I i j f- ico EtiJ Y N o V I G 3R nan Ire J W Thomas stat cot IncH at IJ A EEAZLEYI dlAd Js4lldfitAi4 Yldpdildt 1d11ttllt q pdytp pMMgM6girSihSH I I tr rt a z tt W ttiGIiCiyt4 Iful7pittSC Qtad1lt7QftQdQ17hxdy4Qi9Qgh UNDERTAKER Arterial Cavity on Davrtll SUI aid ti A Jf oar rULl LINE Or CASKETS AMU BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS III STOCK W TO THE FITS We the have arranged with the Merchants Advertising Co of Kentucky The premium concern in this part of the country to give GOLD STAMPS with tveiy roc you spend at our respective stores H T Logan Clothing and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions- R E M Druggist Mrs Millinery- M M Denny Dentist J P and Cured Meats Staple Groceries When yo save STAMPS you are corning premiums useful and ornamental on money you have got at some store Why riot confine all your store and buy your goods for less and secure nne of the many handsome premiums given itKcxchange for COLD STAMPS Hundreds of people have already Mortal collecting them WHY NOT YOU Start today at any mentioned and secure a saving IRKK fPremiums on dlsjflay at Joasfph MercontileCo Call and see them and be convinced jr I C l1ll rsiguc Co nlis n ille r t oberts Ad Kinnaird Prath r Son Fresh an Fancy wldc It t ape purcll e tour C above boo nicrelta its Lcuh OLD argil J1 stn COMMISSION ADVERTISING CO 303 Commercial Uulldlng iOUISVIt LB KUNTUCKY MdB1ANTS e H M Duncanlump for Hot and Clean Steamed Towels and Stcrllted Razors Vi sad w bar la stay 1 H tiperlenci a thr ckilr shop Richmond street Ofilc hour Offlet our I M to It I p m to I Draf Slot B F WATLTJ3R DENTIST LancasterPhono 05 H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor over FO Iturii furollor store Lancaster Kentucky Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KENTUCKY ui HOUSEBARBER Call In and get Shave Hair Cut and Shampoo North ot Foblle Bqturt Hot and Cold Baths W T KING AuctioneerIOWKLL KUNTUCKY Oet him to cry Heat of references L ClO TO ilplred your trade at to old nub lIb years or and hot a I 1 i tHONE S2fJ r 1 a j your 1ry5- RF lee 1w1eeee f- NaNNess NNess l v rrslick the I Storm fh- t 1 One l aide I sales Ii W Morrow Graduate Ojttlclna UltiMi Pitted tl f cllon OuttiDlttd J E Robinson LAWYER ui COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State CuurU ind- US District Court Office over Police Court Phone 101 M K Denny DENTIST Offlc over Mil JliooMi Mllllotrj Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Karms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 For Evory Ocoasion Ware McRobejts WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest price paid for Poultry PRESS EGGS Good Coal and Salt cheap for oash Wanted Old Iron Bones Melal Rubber 41 Cream r r r VHJTE i w o wine rea Ut ewers seoeoeease a HP B1Nortlicott t C s THE IUIIAUTEEI WORMREMEDY t r THfi CHrUWEM8 FAVMITE TONNE CIW I af IMITATION r TNS CSNUINf MlrAMO only Liniment Tt MO Djru Btor iv IcMon br Ballard Snaw outs 1