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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tv i 4 f THE CENTRAL RECORDUNTARNISHED D HOCIIAQ AND GOOD QovtiiWMBtiT TWIHTIkCTH fKAH LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 28 1910 Ii rbof a rU 4 Ill I J 0 J I I tI- r Ii T m 1 I 1lc t 1I J f fI1i1 1 ve 1 a 11 J ii oIf wNf 1i II 1 0 t- ofI 1 H i W d m rJJ 1 1 d 1 1 f ltt i I f t 14- 1 h L1 rl VY M t 1 raNIUifN RE1lGIO M r Port Houghtonw w AND OTHER BUGGIES Averys Plows Corn Planters Cutting Har rows Cultivators i and Rollers i Wire Fencing Painted fialya and jj r TIN ROOFING GUTTERING PUMPS ETC a We can saveyou money will convince you if CONN BROTHERS I l L H fJ t i l It Ii tto jt j J tv t i lJt T I I AtrialI r t i1 r i Isr 1s 1 r OENE0R0 WAaHI P t r- r r Mrr 4 r y t School r R Mrs Della Arnold Is reported sick of the whooping eougli The population of llryantsvlllo Is In crrailntf since Mr Lem Teater lisa moved there a line boy having been born at his house Ilatnm Brothers have purchased the Merchandise stock of the Southern Mercantile Company at Ily and will continue to carry a full line of goods Options are bring taken for the Government building and those on the Inside claim that we are sure to Yet It That and the nOw school building will add matcilally to our al ready beautiful and growing city Judge Ford held June Wren who I charged with burning the Nucklcs barn to answer before the grand jury In a bond of 1200 which he gave Ham Broaddus colored charged with killing another colored man named Cobb waived examining trial and was committed to Jill Card of Thanka We want to many friend their us In the hours of trouble the loss of our dar husband and tb Jackson ari- Bryantavlllo Ky Hagar Mif W F larger who moved Wayno county to a farm recently bought by her husband near Ilryants vllle died on Tuesday and the remains were burled In the Lancaster cemetery on Thursday She was a devout mem ber Of the Methodist church and an excellent lady Bargain In Land We have three small tracts of unim proved land fur a 000 tract of 21 of 18tcres lies or all XPGrms to null purchaser Ap ply to Hughes Lancas Ky 12121 Art Initructlona Miss Salllo Elkln will open a atudlo nt the Graded School building January 31st where she will give Instruction In china decoration oil water color and pencil drawing Miss Elkin hu spent her entire life In this cvmrnq uity atKl hwhad a private class her q she has done uiuch to awaken Interest In the study of art In her native county fche arotfs herself of every opportunity to study having recently had lessons from Mrs eonard of N Y We be speak her liberal patronage i 9 I eneral I t Trill f klndne to da k I r her M ever ono be rowa ed that happy an boo I U8 JI amity r I I I r r t acres not her r another of 17 ell AI wel OC8ted w II a good I od Can I possess n once WI I II one r I r r evera1 ear I r rquit t than our for iron dale I Iv 13y her eftnte for amost n j l b p jj It j j M i II I j i 1 1 f Ml Pie call arid p y ACCOUNT U f ffiMl IC It I t4 1 jtIf tt1 1 fI i 0 I t IR 1LQjan r S IL w sour I d- r fr e II L Read The Oarrard Milling Coi ad I at the top of the third tiRe William son of Mr and Mrs Chan W Anderson has ben dangeronsly til of whooping cough Mr end Mir M F West of Wash legion D 0 Ire the happy entertain ors of a precocious little visitor Chief of rollco Herron made two arrests Monday be tried The results will bo given after the trial by Judge Wraek The train due hee Saturday night at 820 did not arrive until 10 oclock Sunday on account of the engine leaving the rails near Lowell The engineer and null clerk wero bruited A largo crowd nw Durno at the Court House Wednesday night and were thoroughly pleased with the en tertalnment Next entertainment will bo the Koll Lltchfleld Comedy Company February 7th seats on sale at McRoberU drug store The Womans meeting at Mrs J A Anions this week was unusual In Interest as well M subject Italian opera was discussant Vlrdla score of II Trovatore being the one selected All the world and levee Ah J have sighed to me This fane theme hoe sufflcerlto make his name famous Ovar 400000 The work of the County Supervisors shows the total property of the county to be 85790882 tbeJncrcMoand raised on property being oier 1400000 above the property of the preceding year This Is tho result of the knowledge of our productive solfJbelng made known throughout tho country Court Guy A largo crowd tcwn Monday and bufloess was Pow cattle were on the but prices were good A number of mules sold Iron 1100 to 1225 0 A a pair of I F a two year old 100 and bought one iron UobtShearrow fur 1135 Ash by Arnold sold a pair of mules for I27S Robt Shearrow six year mule to Dorp Fox for 8300 Alfred Owens sold a pair of six year oldmare mules to W B Burton for 1100 ill K Herndon bought a nlcp palrfrom Mr Dean for SmithDoty While their friends were ex pectlng the eyent yet the marriage of Mr E D Smith and M Its Huttle came as a surprise Saturday evening So well did tiny guard their dons that their closest friends did not know of the Shortly after supper they drove to the Methc parsonage where the ceremony was said by the Rev Mr Crutchfleld The bride Is the eldist daughter of Mr Jesse Doty pf Lancaster and has ic sided In Richmond for several years Dy her sweet disposition and manners nho became a great favorite with our people who wish her well In her new station She Is a young woman of great Industry And many noble traits which Insure for the fortunate ero tn an Ideal helpmeet Mr Smith has ro sided In Richmond for some years where as editor of the he has won many friends Is a mat of ability and energy and Is worthy of the noble woman whO has entrusted her welfare to him The couple have roonr8 at Mrs Millers on West Mali street The Climax Join in eyery good wish for a life of happiness Richmond Climax The Bacons endorses the above and adds that she great favorite everybody RELIGIOUS ROT O P Bush will conduct vises at the Bapt lit church Sunday There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday at m prompt by pastor Special announce ment to membership Full attend ance requested Sunday night at Methodist shovel by ofllclal Invitation Dr Pearce will conduct the first of a union of services to be hold in rotation at the different churches of the town In which there will be joint ofllclal at tendance of the different lodge nity of the community All the memo bership when so choosing attending In their regal and with emblems of orders respectively Front pews of Qudltoilum will be reserved by ushers for the different orders as church guests un the occakiqn Ron U U Brown preached an im pftbflve and unusually appropriate sermon Sunday evening at the Preaby terlan church on Why people dq not g6 tQ church He placed the per centage oC attendant at about a sixth or an eighth of the entire ship m omumnltv of and as a tHat the laity did not fully rMlltf motive that should Ui m to the S n tuary a i rtifhlp torsi Qod Almighty To Lay Bo tU HVtf FrpdwHr supplies ale HU In yarliHw Wraith M 4s WUM food to HM fflf IftUM of A w Ww M4 will k your rw Lit tie seeond anll8M walt In marked twO Naylor sok eJOO wale herewith sera a this sire aka Has t alt the 1 54 ItQtI 4G0u ri I I s hauls lightly Club rest Ircly bought olds at 3 for many Dot fete arrangements lie ll rata ru nibs a gave iet v n the take deer I this grasses fat 9 h- Rs Wl Try it sec W J R xlunt r t y d r rr re Mr Jno KWMt one of Lan Mtflr Maleotn Ifou o and Henry purchased the Uxlurts of Fred VHItef sons barter shop which was run here for about six months Good Two shares of stock in the Citizens National Dank belonging to the Hark Which shows the thriving condition of this splendid Institution The Citizens National Life ance Company has begun business at Birmingham Alabama and all the Southern States will menage Mr Oco D Durdett formerly of this place who Is fifth vice greet done and kiss located there It began businera under most auspicious circum stances County Court Id Judge Fords court Monday the of Mrs Pattle and Mr Tlra Harris were probated The her two daughters Kate arid ed as with the will an nexed Mr Harrh gave all of his prqperty to his Bister Mrs B R Denton Ineorporatsa The purchasers of the distillery property have Incorporated under the uamo of the Pilgrimage Tobacco Corn pany with Banks Hudson President R I BurtonVlce President W R Cook Treasurer and J M Farra Sec Managers The above corporatloD will transact a larger volume of buslnew than concern In this part ef the C W B M Auxiliary Mrs Kauflman entertained In her hospitable homo the members of the P W B M Auxiliary In honor of Mrs Walter Bcazley at Los Angeles Cat Mrs Beazley was the first president of the Auxiliary and this fact and long residence in the West made meeting full of Interesting Incidents and delightful rcmlnlcenccs After an hour most pleasantly spent refreshments were served Mrs KaufT maps home H always a charming cen ter for friends and this occasion was not an exception jf Klnnalrd On Wednesday night nineteenth Mrs Klnnalrd age 83 years died at on Danville avenue Although she had been In 111 health for sometime her death was a shock to her devoted children and the en tire community In which she was known and held In the highest esteem on account of those excellent train of character which adorn pure and noble womanhood Ou Friday Rev C C pastor of the Presbyterian church of which f he was an active and devoted member conducted fun erul services at the residence end In the presence pf many filendx and a largo and distinguished relationship the body was burled In Lancaster cemetery She was the widow of the late Wn Klnnalrd a bank cashier and well knbwn throughout the country She was a niece of UOv and reaL ed to lIon Samuel McKee Five daughters and three survive her Misses Kateand Lllllin Mrs Maria Kirby and Dr J B Klnnalrd of this city Mrs Mary McDonald of Dan yllle bits Wm Burnslde of Barbour vllle and Capt W J and McKee Kin nlard of Mlddlesboro all of whom have contributed their part to the rood citizenship of the communities In which they live Deceased was active In every cause that tends to beautify and elevate human lire and her kit words and comforting deeds will lire In In with the principles which the abode pf Angels School Notes In spite of bad weather the school attendance has been quite good for the month of January We have enrolled twenty seven new pupils ilnca Christmas Some of the rooms now have about sixty pupils making It necessary to purchase a tow new desks We are pleased to report that class work has been good and that few need to be apprehensive failure In ex amlnt ifjns which come Thursday and week Is tilling the place from which Mrs re signed has a largo mutto class Several tarmac students visited uk Monaay irvirulng Mlsa Mary Elaaore of the class of 1808 has entered the Normal School at Richmond The School Board pea arranged to w et an architect this week who will present plans and estimates either for remodeling the old school building or erecting new one It Is hoped his proposal will r wl wUh suck favor that we begin to make plant for the needed Improvements BO a to have ever readuew by Sept loll Many ether towns waking liiiprovetnMtat and unUM we do something foou we shall Had ourselves out trpp d by our MKhbars If w M i to quiteIIIDun toTIn r bounder anent at mar allot her t sLillian Cnpt Y admIII lit rutor rotary and General h r the Pat W Drown I Let ber sony harmony F who a tpmber 1 U wltl huhteolO i N I fiJY fro r w Plo rhit for bequeathed property L quahfl courtly Entertains le per the sties blaQso hat can are Make raagelrleuN 4 ty ltwuta tuteketlwt7eua41 P tpM ws west t srV7 e t ac rv ISNRed INea Y3x tl Y tsxt iIC jtllo dwelt In yi rd tr 1 fngthorouglt M a new e n 1 l aue New Harness Shop Hand Wade Harness Work Gear Of All Kinds a Prices to suit you and the goods Suit everybody for they are by L s J from Kirksville SEE OUR HASELOEN OROTHERS YOUR AGGfiJWNT ISf Lancaster ManufQcturing Co IS YOUR LIFE INS If NOT 1 1 Y Office National Hank of tfcnstcf V load The William Oliver n TThT9 t jr v t i h f Ii t t i L i I t j AtiO ARPOLOO8S X t t 1y i tft- a 1 Hf4 i l rbHua Ix t JIiaRep t tg I S Ai Alt t I I d I ecL1 J4o fo t to P j i ftIoJ Il rJJ i BIAZLEYI a IITIJlfn J w F t x made Sanford r a 7 tz r air ore Specialty4 ty B i 4Bis1 F S4K SitfpiVll r a e- 4 ate w ease LiMbo i ii r rt IW t i t ti t ley n s n ikir ECMD ioo A VKR ssoclstlon ubllthere League tar Ki January 28 1010 Rates For Political Announcement For Prtolnct and City Unices 600 For County Offices 1000 State and District Offices 1600 For Call per lino 10 For Card per lino 10 For all publications In tho Inter oat of Individuals or expression uf Individual views per line 10 line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo nro authorized iniinnoiince lion Huivny Helm n cuiicllilutu to succeed lilrntelf In nuti pt to the ac tl9n of the Democratic party We licurI lly concur wllty the Shelby Record in this following statement having always primary elec There has been but little said taco that will ba Held In thls district this year The friends of several gentlemen have said that there would be opposition to lIon Harvey Helm the t In cumbent for the Democratic ntnilna tlon but as BUlliorltuilve to lust fleet has beer made Mr Helm has made his t fllclal but none of this others dune no A nomination will be as a course and the selection of a party candidate will probably be wade some lime In the spring or summer The time and of making the selection will be by the Congressional com mutes which will be called together at the of JK Norton Filch of county who Is the of that committee The of tlili district are In the selection of a good man for the po sition and be no or Busplcl Hi of unfairness In making that selection The district from a path Is very close and the defeat of a weak or unpopular Demo cratic candidate by a strung and popu lar Republican would not only be but very la There must be no question as to the fairness of the selection Packed con In the past have had much t the eoiviLLjmi that have rears and no fair man r of them In the futur r should be entitled to a voice IM of lIlt partys candl nyVote should be counter Ii a prl as been rarely If iutlon There Is a primary on Its own S IN PRICES of persons enlist In the eat and other blglipi Iced repares to Investigate tort Brooks lead York calls on- o Btilke against ts a score a many cltler f Labor may hand and 9 Congress 3 American t should be y on account account of intry for It ts we all eat too glit be Del ter It the hi live UiatstlnKS you most no you have warmed In I the congealing current X thawed by your kind ed Is normal functions tulilook it fur a klndllor liif IjiUlncUof gratitude our sympathy and crows helpfulness I with a serpent Stiffened aud be ill It harmless JPU It have left It In Its jncapable ol if death Into bet j wiuapors have made l C notoriety they uVjr deadliest and W not drop such nine o liar II ored ortho Con relillonal ret tI t I announcement y mat tror maD- Der pleasure taint l aJ landpollJt able pu I na TtiJTor av or ao be l lands ew t u rat r Y 1 de Pubr- aMtrr Xy- Iter 4t c Obttuurles per r lion recently announcement have made determined I Chairman Democrats interested there inust t pro t r- n the Ev coo bo dune tit In WART HIGH lone match wasp would they Lc d of mm- ylyhtpllhlrod urg IjeralI- M 04d duce lepu nl d be clt mn Kentucky Tin law n It Vroufd keep funds In our Blsta where they propcrlv boon Son Futher what Is a mojirlty Saltier In which House soil Son In tlio Benato Father It takes two thirds to make a mijorlty In the Senate sun Hon Is that Dcniocmili Father No Indeed SonWell who fixed It that war Fathci Father The Democrats Son Will the Democratic petty bo blunted for I Fjithei Yes ton Ky State Jour nalWo might add Son Wliat vi M become of Taft otter ufTali Father lie cun never wit again Sun What about the Democratic dlnle Senators who are against the County wilt bill Father They wIM never be elected again and thoud not be Repljln train the floor of the Ser eta to a recently newspaper article on night riding In Kentucky Senator Uradley uttered vigorous pro tcHti against what ho declared was HIP Injustice and the falsity of the story He took cxcpptlon to the assertion In the article that condl Inns In Ken tucky today are as 1 tmen table as they were In 1007 and during a portion of 1008 A large crowd heard I ho speech and it gnfft without saying that It was an excellent one as ho Is able and willing In defend his native State against foul and unjust cnlumny Offlrhls of the Burley Tobacco So ciety who Washington announced their belief that tie Gay crnmertt will not prosecute the society under thin Sherman anilUnit law ThUlsa tliliteous decision Instead of being an organization In restraint of trade they have banded together to prevent being robbed and to Insure a made by the manufacturer which has amounted to hundreds of millions of dollars Referring the county unit Mil to the committee on Religion and Morale U regarded by is friends as a prear ranged affair to defeat the Mil In the State Senate and It appears to be true as they claim that only two of the nine members are Seven of them are Democrats and the people will hold them responsible If the bill Is defeated The majority of the peo pIe should not be strangled by sharp practice and dark and unfair methods Working on the farm and opposition to early marriage are enforced by the following paragraph In top will of a lady across the river If any of my children marry or quit working on the farm or on my said rent estatt before five years shall have expired after my death he or she shall forfeit all Interest In my eftite when dual dlspotltlon except the amount of II The sad news of the death of At thnr Goebcl has been received He will be remembered on account of mitt ful work In attempting to bung the assassins of his brother Oov Wm Goebel 1 1 justice We had rUlier be them In lihgravo than an as sassin with a crown on Ms head It Is said that W J Bryan will be a candidate again fur President In view of hi defeats this looks like and yet the feet that the trusts and manufacturers are against him Is a good reason why he or some oneof his faith should make the race What about Champ Clark Former Senator JljCreary has an nounced that the unveiling of the Qoebel monument wll take place on February 3 Let us go and do honor to the memory of this great and fear less advocate of the Interests of the cdmtnon people a trait rarely found In UIlulul life In this corrupt age It affords us a proud satisfaction to learn that many favor the school building which wo and others have advocated through these columns We hope to see that and other which have been suggested mateil ills In tie near futurr Two good bills buvu been Introduced In the Legislature one to estaHinli the whip log pot fur wife betters and those larceny and the other maklCT t a misdemeanor to treat liquor Ii a bar room Secretary often Interior Ualllngcr made a speech before the Good Our ernment Club at Wlll imstown Macs In which he bitterly attacked muck rakers and pennya linen and dr fended his own course As Dr Is a man we dont know what to soy but It he wore a horse wo would think he had the Farmertt Home Journal Saved At Door The door of dcafi seemed ready to open fur Murray VV Mars of IHfge N Y when his life eves woo derfully saved I was In a dreadful coudltifo he writes my skin was altnOat yellow eyes sunken tongue coated emaciated from losing 40 pounds growing weaker daily Vlru l tit r puplng me down to 111 In He of Then that tnwllrluoKlectrlc Bitten U me 1 regained the 40 pounds and now wet t d ll MoRiMli liver and kidney ihiM b vre supreme Wo at n Ism j I 1i IILl sllnuidlbccome a lima or the prnflts I made lit one ut Improvements IIUIII J petit anolh to l trouble doctoral bless t tit I N r P Plnclmut pal abed returned tram rllvl lon fort foolishness the pull Death Tram lam 1 r l More rrobabllltlee A prodlul u business scheme Is un der headway but as the pUns have nut vet reached nmtorlnllullon tile enterprho will nut be revealed to tho pub to until It Is a bona title deal Tuu 1 itehllon of opol lug several new streets running Intersecting roads and sidewalks from the Richmond to Uio Crab Oiolintd roads and aso from mho latter tu tho Stanford turnpike and making an annex to the town III tlo way of desirable building sites III In the vicinity of tho new Uibacco re drying plant In a design tent much public spit IcdncsH on time part of too promdtirs and will very much enhance the value of the property In the southern suburbs of time communi ty A might also bo run from the Datulilo road across the blow the Klnnalrd property opwilng Into the Duncan town annex g ring a bttcr access to the water works locality and oleo advancing the Interests of the colored folks by glv Ink erdrlvewuy from their residence cclloi With time prospect of a muglntlccnt 1100000 government bu ldlnuHud the d CtrlcHturage plant harnesfliig Dlx river and furnlehlng unllmitd llghtand power for all purposes Lancaster proniUeB date tu become a very thriving and progressive city with all tho rlvHl I les ready to admit that this Is truly tho Land of Now With such promoters as Lancaster and Garrard Development Assoclatloi ajd M D Hughes fur mauy years the cUluf advocate of Lancaster progress and cutcrprlsc there Is no probabll tills community ever returning Its turner lethargy and stats of ludilt erenco was tiedevelopment of a vision the of a drcati of Win II lUnkln of Uuffajo who un folded his plan to Francis Lynda Stet souCievelundH law partnerout I 1 ig a way of capturing and utilizing for commercial put poses some of the energy that was going to waste over Falls Stetson sent Edwa d U Attains a ttnancler and scientist Europe searching forttie ouu way to harness the Fails Rothschild suggested to Mr Adams the same of Sir Win Thompson later Lord Ke vln as that of competent and great engineer By the aid of this eminent scientist the giant teat was designed and brought to realization But back of all and may be greatest o ill was the dream or vision o W D Rankin So Lancai t sr also has her designers a id dreamers ever so needful fur without the vision In the minds eye tbe more practical part of hu manity would accomphh but little and great teats and glint enterprise would lo and unborn Ida Mar Grantmember of Publicity Committee of the Lancaster and Gar rard Dev lopement Association WEN 4BINET A SERMON IN RHYME AS TUB DAY BO BIIALL THY BTHKNOTH BE r L new street pasture needed II the tot t It Niagara allover rem I1 I I haw thent abet a- very earlI mat UIlzatiuu read e t I r y r tiNT not with pondering on what the days Stay brlna thee Fur hearken what the Lord In Israel says Thy strength be It may be thou wilt have or Jfaralii cup The bitter drink Strong when Oed call on thee to up Thou wilt not ihrink or when shall strike the hour Take thou no heed Each day God Jive the courage wit and hall flower I l That day may For alway As the day thy strength hall be Then courage take thee Is the promise of thy Lord and neer forsake thee Bridget messed Is the vegetable brush for cleaning potatoes they should always except fancy cooking bo boiled In bo eaten lf thoroughly cleaned and Is excellent In cases of chronic con Btlpatlon flossed are cereals and nuts among foodstuffs They are tho moat con denied of foods containing thu most nourishment for least bulk Blessed are the houses where there are In summer no portieres tow rugs and no draperies All these exclude air and light gather germs and dust and are altogether tn hot weather nuisances messed Is the cornmeal mush made with a little butter Try It and soe how economical this Is because It In sores that all the mush will be eaton Blessed Is the laundry soap used to- stop up a mouse hole with It will pro r vent mlso from again In the same place Blessed Is the cocoa which Is beaten I with on egg beater Another Dish This Is afforded by the combination of tomatoes and cheese It will be found n substantial meal Roll slow ly soino ripe tomatoes until the juice Is evaporated Remove from the fire and add butter salt and pepper and cream or Parmesan cheese Stir well and servo Immediately The amount of cheese must bo governed by taste but It Is best to have It In proportion of a third of chee e to the tomatoes too Mush Poee You feel us If you had one face too justly you liavo Neuralgia dont jou Says the face you rosy need but of the Neurululn by apply log Unluicnt FlntiUl tUloii In tU world for ibeumatlsm neuriliiU bur i cuts scalk lame bacK and all piloK Me for potato gnawing h Vegetarian when ILl rid IJObutl need Thin twin Beatitudes get dfaprdslitwtr fiuld tty 1ta- 10 RECLUSE1 PROBLEM ABNORMAL LOVB OF SOLITUDE UNDERSTAND All Clantsof Included Among Those Peculiar Indlvldualg Who Have Shut Themselves from Their Fellcw recluse Is a problem which has deflect doctors and dent late alike They can give no satisfac tory reason why an otherwise person should shut himself up and re tune to mlnRlo with his Sallow men Only n few days ago an extraor dlnary story of Beltbanishment ws revealed at an Inquoct held at Tbo central flguro might have topped out of the pages of Dickens for he was known by the curiously ro mantle nickname of Walter All AloneTwenty years ago Walter Tlbball to give him his real prosperous butcher Then one morn Ing he disappeared from ills usual haunts the buitneM was sold and the streets of Chatham knew Waller Tib ball no more For the rest of his life he lived In n miserable shanty on the outskirts of tho and silent The little toad be ate was delivered by a man who seldom saw Walter and never conversed with him The cottage foil Into a very bad state and TlbballB health broke down but ho strenuously refused medical aid and resolutely declined to enter the Infirmary At the Inquest It was stated that Walter had condemned him self to this wretched existence by way of expiating some purely Imaginary faultHenry CavcndUh the famous nat ural philosopher and chemist was a recluse who astonished England A son of Lord Charles Cavendleh and a nephew of the third duke of Devonshire possessed of enormous wealth the subject of universal ad miration scientific at tainments ho the solitude of his study and too company of his books to the pleasures society could offer him For many be lived at Hamp In a largo roomy house attend ed by a number of female servants who however strictly enjoined to keep out of hi night If a domes tic by the merest chance camo Into the presence of Cavendlsb she was Instantly dismissed Every morning the philosopher would leave a note on the hall table naming what be wanted for dinner No one taw him place tho noto there but accustomed to the strange cue toms of tbo establishment the meal would be prepared and only the of the repast signified the pres ence of the master of the house When Cavendish died In 1810 he left behind him nearly 5000000 be Ide a lasting reputation an a scientist and writer on natural phltpsophy The case of Copt Wilson contains every dement of tragedy and pathos Educated at a great public school he entered a crack cavalry regiment when only 20 years of age Then tot lowed a decade of popularity In Lon don society Dut everything changed with the death of his supposed rather It was then revealed that Capt was not the son of the man to whom ho owed his splendid position he was only a foundling Though his foster parent had left him hit entire fortune he resigned at once from the army and from his clubs said firuwcll to all his friends and retired to an ob village 1n tho south of England Dy his will he disposed of 750000 London Telegraph Why He Erjded Friends Nip Speaking of tbo Friend who sat la the jury box of the United States court with his bat on the other day Attorney Francis n Leo of Trenton told of a little Incident happened In connection with a good Quaker qiialnUnce of his who lives Moorestown Oneday the question went to sleeP In meeting started to snore For awhile the nasal notes Were soft and smooth and did not disturb the worshipers but finally the sleeper lot out a few ex tra links and kicked up such a com motion that a kindly disposed Friend thought It the part of wisdom to awaken him Friend Nathaniel ho whispered poking the sleeper In the ribs I think theo had bettor arouse thyself What did thee say I What did thoe exclaimed Nathaniel suddenly starting out of hla slumber What ts the matter T Nothing Nathaniel replied the other without even breaking Into a smile only theo waa snoring a little and I was afraid that outsiders would think that tho spirit had moved thee to a trombone solo Instead of an ex pression of thy Not What He Expected Had a great surprise today How was that My sop pointed out the famous football coach to What surprised you In him Why It was a njan I alway thought It was an ambulance Truly Novel 1 have tried to write something out of the ordinary In this novel Well my boy I think you have succeeded In what particular Your heroine acts at times as If she had sense Kansas City Journal AttentlCni Swlnu Breeders Bourbon Hog Colors Remedy la a sure preventive as well as a cure for hog cholera and other Infectious dl eases uf swine It keeps lings healthy and makes them grow fatten A few dwtcs now may myo the lost of your entire herd Sold by J R Uouitt Co Mound City IVIiili a Ulfle H 9t butl0 0 A J iTQruidV1 HARD TO namewas Ii townalone stead were re- maIns W the Quak 8ayT conviction i sir I coat i f r- a Society Men- The human sane Chat- ham All Alone All Alone preferred years aon cure mo 7 General News Tile Senate Irrigation will report a bill providing hit n 130 000000 bond Isnuo lo complete Irriga tion protects The Supreme Court of tho United States announced that It would tako n rcccuftfrom next Monday January 31 to February 21 Wurnor Van Nordcn president f the Van Nordcn Trust Coinpnny of Now York was robbed of 28000 by tvru women last week was leaving the WaldorfAstoria Thomas Taggxrt of Indianapolis who was accidentally shut by W II Norton white hunting near FavoUr Site will lush I ho sight of the light eye Martin ONeil treasurer of James B Ilagglus Klmendorf stock farm near Lvxlngton died of blood twlsun ONeil tried tu rid himself of a corn by paring It with a razor That Henry KendallThiiw h a bank etithtols subject to the United Stiles bankruptcy laws was held by Referee B Hltlr Uncle Suminle Salyer aged 118 years fattnrof L N II Salyer uf Whltcsburg died at Lit old across Urn Kentucky border It Wise cuunly Vl lnU A fourth of France It Is estimated U under water Snow and rain Ire add Ing to the fl odii which are unpc edented lu the history of the present generation Time Seine continued to rise and tho situation In Paris grow worse hourly The schooner Henry II Fiske of Host HI oound from Huston for Jacksonville was found bt tloin up hy to revenue cutter Grcshaii live tulles iff Nantucket M aid It believed that her crew of eight men were 1ist i i weeks turn Proceeding will soon be Instttited by the Department of Justice agalnkt the tocalled beet trust with at Chicago Complaint of al of the trust In re itralntaf trade have been Investlgat d by the deportment brought under the Sherman lawAt a conference with Chairman of the House Commit tec on Naval Af false and Representative Roberts uf MassachuRttU member of tho com Prcnldcnl Taft announced he favored a provision fur two now of the Improved Dreadnought or all big gun type in the forthcotul ig navel Every Mother be worried when time little ones have a cough or cold It mav Iad to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia then to suincllnng more scrtoui Ballard Horehound Syrup will cure the iroulh at once and prevent any complication Sold by R enr 1m Buy Fresh Milk each morninifrom DAIRYMAN S W MUSS on ahd that his Wild cam at riltaburlt Cal twenty le hut headquarters I Ked Acllm be that approp hLion bill lis or rHO 00 0 0 1- I I I I 1 We will send the Jorna1 for the next TUREE MONTII- Sto you for R E McRoberts ear commit italic rapt horn four tnnsted uperaml ors will autt rust Funk mitt e ehould eeNNMMe00e004Ne600000 NN- Masraw er 1 our 100 I 1 As the firm of J R 1 MOUNT CO has taken 1 in a new partner all I ACCOUNTS made with the aid firm are B DUE 1 Please call and SETTLE JR MOUNT CO I ffirrrillli J 1 I t I I WII JgLiJ r I i 7TJ Aiiipr r t m n I N 11y THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A K DEW ticiljtht J B Vice Prul S C J F AmtCashr- R T Rtnbry Hookkeeper UIUKCTOUS knn Alex R Dnnny A 0 K Htortuv S 0- i Oil ST PUNT Clor nobl in sam Ito hn J W I WIII k4Es onr s J J WALKRU President JH JOHNSON VIe Prwt ORGANIZED IMj Ibo CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Or LANOSTKR KY CAMTAI 50000 SURPLUS 35000 B F jnuusoH Cashier WO RtoMBY a I WALK n Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson D F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Glbb Lewis L Walker J A Arnold We wish to say to the public that TEE FOX STUDIO htisnt been op n regular for some time will bo 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returned to KnoivlllQ Mr 0 A Ilouliixan was In Louli- tlila H tow lilJS Mr and Mm EJ Tutee were recent visitors loDiinvlllc Mr Juhn W M Ier spent lorcrul the Palls Oily Mr Jacob Joseph will o Rant In a days to buy Mr Oooch of Somerset ha been vMtlnif In tlil city i Mr M I llUjihffl has been on a J M Meadors ms returned from a visit to Wllllniiuburif Mrs A It Hlco h returned to her lioino In lllcliiuond Indiana Messrs StoeleandWnlUor of Nlcli Monday MUsGlinljs Perry of Hlclimond In a ducat at the Simpson House Mr and Mr Johnson Illce hare been recent visitors to Stanford MlwMhnle Ilrown Is visiting Mm Minnie IJierltfo of Lexington Mewrs Joo and Louis 0111 worn recent visitors to Richmond Ilrndthaw of McCrcary la Tls Itlnii her slater Mrs Mr Joe llmh of Winchester U the Ituctt HeY 0 1 Rush Mr Hamlltm are In Ilolllnif Fork MiMlulppI fur a week Mrs W O HUncy him been quite a HUfTorcr from raraircsof the trip Tho Tuesday Afternoon Club wan ontcrtilncd by Mrs Joo K Robinson Mr Louie Tinder Isnt homo again vftlr a visit to Paris and Georgetown Klitor B WalUm ws ijifti Mon d y In the Jutirctt of his popular rspcrMm Ella Way Binders of Stanford With lieII and Miry Arnold MS WS Ilcazloy and Ml Hell Arnold pcul Wednesday In Crab Or chard Mr and Mm Julia B Stormci leave about the KOTCiith fur liar Water Flurlda Mist brat of tlio week to entir the Normal school alJUchmotid Mrs JS llowtnsn of Lewis county Is visiting her parents Mr and W 0 Anderson JrnUic JennlnuHQrtdiileaf of Rich noil visitor of Mm Emma Kiuduian Monday Minn Jonn Mount leas rcffcrned hone after weeks visit nllbreli lives In La Or mi ten MU Norma Emote liutlioi oa iln after having been a member of t louse party at Georuulowii Mrs W8 lleizcyhu returned to her California home after a pleasant vUlttoroUtlvct hero Mr and Mn Oalhy Burke of Sit vet Creole have been recent visitors of Mr and Mrs Duo Sunders Squire Mrs J II and little Miss Laura Dunn of Leiliiiton visited Mr and Mrs J D Outlay this week Joe Elder and little daughter Josephine of Danville liiivb boon Itlnx Mrs EnunalllKUlnbollmni Mr and W Miss and little daughters returned Saturday fruit a protracted stay at Haitian N O Mi and Mrs H II IJalson and 11 tie daughter Cecil have been recent Bujouriicra In the city of Indliuupolli- Mn Ethel Darn Id Is back from a vMt to TuylorHTlile and will become a pupil a the Richmond Normal school MlMTommh Francis Ivtvcs Tum day to visit her brusher Mr Alex FrancU at llolllnif Fork Mls lsilppl Mr a prominent at torney of Lexington and his wife vis tied M r and Mrs I WllllauiH lust week Mrs K L Poor loft Wednesday to j tin Mr Hollo Ourdotte ut Jackson villa fur the remainder of thewldter Mr and Mrs T J lrlco leave tho Hmtof next week to visit M II Mabry and Mw Mubry of Tullu liussce MM Jesse Arnold of Frankfort Is hero to move her liuunchold uoods to tfuliiK to house keeping in liur lately adopted Mlw Annie Holla Ilrouyh of oritunUo an art uluba and give Instruction In wood curving china pulntliiK and leather work She tea located at house Miss Mary Kuto Singleton loaves shortly Cincinnati to take a course In Millinery and that she I stake usiiccctwful do Jrfiior of head jar KOCH without KB Ins an the Is one of castors inoatatylUli jaunu ladle HcRsri Jt anti A H Kliumlrdi At Mlddleaborouuli Mn W Hvrn of llaibQiirvtllo Mrs Jemiu Kustman of Ooluiwbus Ohio and Mr Dunuld MoUpiwW U nvHI tutU at the funeral of Mm P ttl I 1jJ A I R iiI 4 I I Mood trip to sere were hero Ibo 4 lidV Sanders w ot III I lion and MII J I I liaR Hull 1II lIlnlllori the Ira a via Mrs Wallace Muir W Judge t101 Ida place ot abode to the fur I I W II It of iv I i aaaas-J h IR Colnlnr OeM ta r- r 1- t w S days few q lay tbuefheas Loulayllle- R b mid U vllln p t ilea r t C a lien Misses V I t l c r 1 p was a I i sera v a Q t Florida t preparatory his s vlllu is lore l r Shu sun 1 Lan aide I 4tnustrd A HIdNK frll Hnlllo FaynonoM a mule to Sato Hurt f r lon Mr U II IreMon bought a mule from H humor of price unknown Mr Purest Curtis mind family visited hl brother Mr nirdCnrtlsof Paint Lick the latter part of luit week Mrs Pcnchlo Grow part of last week with her sister Mrs Mary A Uundcrt Ml s Mind Mitchell of Judson spoilt Monday and Tuesday with Mrs Charles U row Mr Clayton ProtSin soil faintly ate visiting Ida father W P 1reslon of Indiana Mr Tulor Ilnneyond family left last Tuesday for Yates Center Kansas to visit relatives for several weeks- J 1 Sanders end sister Fcacble are visiting In Crab Orchard this 11 BI Ltila ILCrutcliUetd was the cliarinhiK iue t of Miss Alice Snyder Mr Harvey Wiley sold toO 8 San tiers 60 barrel of corn at 2 15 per bbl Mm Motile Furno U visiting her son Joluiie at Lexington this week Mrs Qcorue Thompson wan tho guest of Mrs Joe lUcks Monday IMIKAUHKKJMUB Mr Joe theater visited Ins sister Mra J M Lunsford Mrs J M Cress was visiting Mrs VT II lirowii In Onrrsrd Monday Mrs Mirlnda Hlankcnslilp and dauKhtci were whiting at lirodhead this week Ilpy F D Piilnictcr will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday Mr Fttdu Parks and were In Qurrard to see ills father who Is Just from a very e ero fall Miss Emma lloltrcluw tho young lady who taught tho Ircaclicrsville Bchotl year has entered the Nur tnul school ut lllchmoLd Miss boruli Howards school at the llobus ichool lubURO ended January 21 She nlco treat of oranges candy etc The puill very creditably recited their ex uicltes Miss Howard has taught un oxccptlontilly good Hclioul and her pu pils and fi lends were so attacked to her titer hatd to give lice up Site will enter school ut Cumberland Gap HUKNA VISTA Mrs A D Scott Is on the sick list Mrs IlenJ McConn of Lexington Is with her daughter Mir lluuh Christopher Mrs Until Moody who has been the and fatally has gone to HarrodHbnrg to volt relatives before rtturiiluK her homo In Lana M Uses Lucrctla nnd Mary Skinner will leave this week fur school at Val parlso Indiana Alfred Swope of Ilrvnntstllle and M IKS Bertha Christopher drove to DUI ln lust Thursday and wero united In MothodUt rtturnlnK that evening to thin Hrooiii parentSr near Ilryantsvlllc where a reception was tendered them They with several friends were enter touted at dinner Sunday by tbe brides parents Miss Is tho daughter ot James Christopher The groom tho oldest suit of U Hwopo it prosperous farme Scores of friends extend congratulations the popular young couple Jesse Rogers who with hU bride was visiting relatives In Lincoln en with pneumonia Ho lies been quite III but better now and hopes to return homo soon Making Safer Everywhere life la being made more safe through the work of Ir Kings New Life Pills In Constipation JIll lousncM Dyspepsia ludlgcUloti Liv or troubles Kidney Diseases and Vowel Disorder Theyre easy but sure and perfectly build up the health 25c at R K McRobertn 1m GILES We are shad to report that Woods Burton who has been very sick In Improving Dennlo Looker recently sold scmo corn to Henry Reynolds of Jessamine for 3 per barrel Mr and Mrs Raymond Davis were visiting Mr and Mrs William Stolts last week The old maids have started Maybe they will continuo like sheep Jumping a fence Tho farmers who have pooled their tobacco are rejoicing over the reported deal by Mrs Ed Chandler beonvery sick we arc very glad to report li Im proving ThU has been n tine time to fuel but a bad time to got It Tho handsome Harvey Teeter who hits been very tick Is hotter Mrs Robert Long and handsome lit Mr and Mrs II Ray last week A Wretched Mistake to endure the lulling painful distress of Piles Theres fiQ peed to Listen I Buffered much fruit Piles writes Will A City N C1 till i it box ot Arnica Salvo and was soon cured Hums halls Ulcers Fuver bores Kciuins spent week last Hurtday her sister I tat yard a guest J W Askins Ala- marriage at the Lit the suclJly burp lltlid sun CIt re potted tie children were vlslllpg her parents It MmhE1 lIucklen II lib Mae wife recuvul lug consisting of lit parsonage only was stuck a 4 wholes tiller gut hetureWOfla IHOKIVK Ir G M Hcndron li numbered with the sick Mr Ucorwo Hay sold some loge to Mr Lawson formic Edward Dlckcraon visited his friend JIM IJoKle Wednesday Mr Hale Hurt boughtof Mrs Mol lio Faytie a pair of mule for 1105- MlM CordtlU Ray will begin a school at 0 linns Chapel the 21st of February Miss Stella Ford Hay of Madison hiss boon vUllIng her Mrs Nancy Jane Ray Mlta Emma Simpson died at her homo near hero Tuesday night of tuberculosis The body taw to Lancaster Thursday fur burial Little Miss Lavcino DIckerson of Lancaster her Aunt and uncle Mr sod Mrs J W Drown lice O P Mush who has been pastor of tho Uaplht church hero for tho past two years resigned last Sunday The JJaptlst church of Lancaster has employed him for all his time It is with much rcitret that we up such a faithful HT ilEHHON Mr Chas Duncan sold to Mr John nun Speaks of ten shoats fur 410 Mr A S Dean aho sold to Mr Elislina Sherrow a bunch of shoats at 12 per hoed Mr H R Montgomery sold to A S Dean 05 bbls of corn at 1275 per bar relMn Frank Gammons and son of Doyle wore with her mother Mrs 0 A Bruce a part of last week Mrs Author Montgomery Is very sick at this writing Rev J I Wills fulfilled his at this place Saturday afternoon and Sunday Ml Edith Montgomery of Bryant vlll U of her cousin Mrs Edd Grow Mr P U Grow Istho guest of her uncle Mr Ephrlam Anderson Mr from Duncan who has been In Indianapolis the past year Is with hotnefolks and friends for a two weeks stay Mrs A S Dean and sons wero via tore In Jessamine last week Mr Isaiah Jackson need 02 years died at hits puma near hero January I7lh at ten p in He had been a con stnnt sufferer for three months but bore It all with the patience and fort tudo of a true Christian lie leaves a wife two suns and daughters to mourn ttulr loss Funeral services wore conducted at Ml Hebron Wed nesday bv Bay J I Wlllsafter which the remains wore held to rest to await the resurrection morn Tho bereaved ones have our heart felt sympathy Mr John Jackson and daughter LI I la pf Kcenc attended the funeral services Wednesday Th Man In Town Is the ono who always wears 2 frown across and disagreeable and Is short and slurp In his answers Nine cases out of ten Its not the poor fellows fault Its his liver and digestion that makes him feel so miserable ho cant Ielp being disagreeable Are you In danger of Retting Into that condition Then start at once taking Mallards Hcrblno tar your liver the safe sure und reliable vegetable regulator Sold by It E Mcltoberts 1m HARKBHUlir M 0 Aldrldge sold 40 sheep at 1000 per head Mr Jonah Marseo and Mr Clayton Marsco visited their mother Mrs Mlrseo of Mt Hebron last week Mr Julio Prult Is quite 111 of at the homo of Mr John Mar seeMr T D Chesnut will leave the Ural of February for Florida whore he will spend the remainder of tbo winter Influenza has become an epidemic In sumo pats and quite a number of Miss pupils are absent on of It Mr McKecknlo and family of Drlghts fend have whooping cough Miss Lucre I Skinner tins school on account of colds and other ailments At a recent meeting of the Ladlts Society the ofllcers were for the year Mrs Virginia Swope was reelected frost dent Mrs Margaret Elliot Vlco Pres ident Miss Mary Chcsnut Sccretnry Miss Sutton holds the ofllce of Trees urer for an Indellnlte period The Bc nloly will meet with Eugenia Kemper next Thursday Another specimen of splendid paren tal control Is that citizen formerly of this count y but of the Wet who has reared 0 boys to manhood none of whom use tobacco nor drink liquor In any form possessing Una physiques measuring as well as high moral character Each one occupying lucrative positions and tome of the buys are active church workers A Wild Billiard Raglna brings danger BulTorlng often death Ui thousands vh9 take colds coughs and lagrlppo that terror of Winter and Spring Ita danger signals are stuffed up nostrils lower part uf 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 pie writes A L Dunn of Pine Yilley Ml a after being laId up three weeks with Grip For lungs Hemorrhages Coughs Colds WhQulgjr Cough Bronchitis Aath I I I I Is visiting give pastoru Mark lJur appointment the guest four n Meanest pneumonia Dunn account hem nON 111 sore a J rand mother vas Eugene Miss abandoned Working ensuing ota 0 feet L L it I Loulsvlll A NashvllU For Richmond Lexington Cincin nati and Intermediate stations 6tU lull n 140 p In For Stinford Corbln Knoxvlllo nnd points South 040 a in and 835 p m For H tun ford Lebanon Loulivllle and points North and South 214 pm YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Buy tho famous Red Crocs W Wal J3 have moved tie D oR Piano or Trade for sloe Stanford strew ey Co B Northcott Books For SB W popular cop I who are Urjcbted to mo to or Ed 01 Galne 114 3t ry respe H M llallou The firm of Bros Ices dis solved R L l line of sh Kentu George l143t Mrs Maim Hyatt Col Wanted I A Rood white woman to do cooking Louisville 11431 No 1 white navy beans at Powells cents oer Ib fjiv i It all around titan others give They all know this to be a fact 0 D Powell Thresher For Sale Complete Gear Scott Outfit consist ing uf 18 II P double engine with Cub Jacket etc Three ttnks that sell on three tall payment A If sold at once Leslie T Bradshaw 128U Uradsbaw Mills Ky Unclaimed Letter Below is a llstof letters remaining in tbe Lancaster Post the week ending January 24lh 1010 Neerlce Adams Nellie Bryant J B Ditcher Hilton Bash Hatch or Starling Payne T W Rothwell Mrs Ray Puling Leonard Peters If called for say Advertised Wm West PM Time Table m I unclaimed J II 1 a- in and C dirt Ilea of Co For a Chip A a g d an F er- uisr I rs n Ht ts t hour rem D rota whole Ie 121 tf 0 they viii Le dry go r n- a Phone I 1t Fo alb A N 1 P o or s r tr Apply tls o 4t- Tl Da lie Laun gen guar ante tit wor the r o- Phon o DI 1k t- I hay moved y pa try p a from tb d o Stu place ne r tM do tit I ha tw how cases o of hlch a w l a tor a the flee Ira 2t K visa Hotel tted ka a In good co II to or Bale a hi price It pd Ii Powell ask all please II and se a tit W Ball v If an artner an iii- be at tit mild sad Ith u t to d ode ad g er- l1212t Not a is hi by given tit I will make app tlo to tile Qv rso t for ti spa don t u le and h use work em family three n o ho id s- No was n tire Apt V t1 once x soaps awe o price 3 r be at en c am n- dy 10c then sell 20 ing your cas t owell End get 5 percent mar t hold 6 be eta Th ngine lies never been belt I61 n w lust from the factory he a ar tor 1 1x40 hl cylinder tii lad tac r ad b gee Has t shed s 1 ou ad alt eta It is ust so goo s w Will bargain ch ice COLUMBIADoubleDisc Records 65c They fit any machine nnd outwear any other ro cords In tho world Double value for your money I Call ml F G HURT Get a catalog I k HALL CAIHB6 fOnTnAIT Clyde Pitch tho noted ulnywrljht was praising tho loportcr of the pnst Ho hug merged now said Mr Pitch Into the playwright the novel hi or the lender writer We dont have reporters like him now Tholr power IR too soon recognized They rise too rut And hence the columns suffer Mr Fitch took down one of hit scrapbooks lore It a sample o the way re porters used to Ua very good and amusing he said Its a descrip lion of hell Caine Listen And he read Whan he removed his slouch hat ho thawed long hair brushed back a la Pompadour It lira tho shade of maple sugar and It It getting thin on tho top Ho had an enormous collar with it turndown gap threo Inches deep Ho could wear a collar at least five sizes smaller without choking His whltu necktie was tied so care Icssly that the knot part of It hung two or three Inches south of the col a button AN EYE TO FUTURE BUSINESS news write i r was that fellow to you so earnestly In front of the church today Sexton Thats Mr Hustler the fa mous divorce lawyer Minister did he Sexton Ho offered me 10 to pass around bid business cards to all the bridegrooms who are to be married here this month f The Usual Program- A tlpp a whin a cloud ot dust And you the hurtle And then you call an ambulance An auto turned turtle Same Shade Seems to be a college over the hill So It wonder what the college colors areThere Is only one dont understand- All the students at that college used to be pickaninnies Quite Simple How are Orayce sad Maude getting along now Admirably They havent quar reled for a week How does that happen Well you see Qrayce Is out of town THE REASON WHY MInisterWho talk- Ing want part Joyrider hoe colorblack- I 7 thereon le- I John why did you buy this book for Willie Ive read It through and It Is pure nonsense It Isnt worth wasting ones time over I bought It for Willie my dear not for you Thats the reason I was so careful about Its being pure non sense Inexcusable mull worms and must play Dut this I note There no rcnioa that I know Why some mutt rock the boat Tired Women Women worn and tired frets overwork reed a tonic Thai feeling i weak tiredness will net leave you el Itself Take Cardal that aad of uemcH el wemea have tried aad write calhuslasllcalUrel Its great beaelK e A recent letter Mrs Charles ratef S vetlser lad says 7wjBC can kUe has done Iw Be Canal c nld a days wk I weald werk awklle iwd He I shall always iv Khcle year wedkhe Try Carfel Fer ute everywhere Some some le less er lei tile Mess Card DUJ let e lore I lIeal IlkII let tie 4 t flt W elf ail cals weak ae Iron tell kewwnekycar awed dews e 5 TO THE PUBLIC There is nothing too good for those oho dwell In the Land of Now and we Imvcspar dlfothlugtliorouEU ly remodeled added new tiiachin in fact made a new mill lit which we arc makingJor you the best in our line Glen Lily artHviiite louse Flour PC3RL MEAL and MILL rEDS Call on your grocer now and get a bag of our flour We arc making this of the very best clean wholesome wheat that we can buy and that it will please you and that you will our efforts to serve you We sell at wholesale solicit GRAIN EX CHANGE nn can supply your wants in this line Thanking i advance for any and all patronage you may give us and assuring you that we will do all Ve can to deserve it We are yours very truly GARRARD MILLING CO LANCASTER KY j u feel appre e o grocer y In rt U 444 4 M4N449 44414li1j t a k r3 4 P do lout WERISE TO Remark that summing up all the good points Obelisk Flour wouldnt give you nearly as good of its as a single trial of So we ask you to order some We know you see how beautifully it bakes and how far it goes you will be a steady user of OBELISK FLOUR hereafter BANKS HUDSON Why you shouldapalronlzo THE PEOPLES BA BECAUSE- 1st Our Officers and Employees are men of sterile 2nd We do business on a conservative boil 3rd We strive always to accord prompt and court to all our friends and patrons 4th Your M limey U Sato when left In ample fidelity and rapidly and we are beconjln will never It Try u a Peoples Bank Paint f m We have just received a load I Columbus Wag M in various sizes and at price H terest you PLOWSWe have a largo assortment of and all kinds of Farming Implemon w Penci Amorican Field Fonco no bettor at higher price See it boforo buying v Bring us your Prgp n Becker B abo des superiority it n you owe tl once d v MW 7TALL h o fe- In addillonto all titer ptec ron for Insur Our ld anger each day regret lWll0K0Jlyl Jt 0 l Q 0 f safety e LID 1GON car ri r i y Wi marl 1 J Ta Bryan 9t i l iY- t p t l if and Stack I red Jersey Bul H Mnri itno at i MuW Uerlotl l arrt wltli n Md die uollj Bays tint lad that t lint II land l dttdaniiuKvprtU Fiiuuft tilt season will think hub been to n hurso Mio tred In that bIll Rule at Ltxhiiloti Ky Kobrinrv 14 to 18th There Is no danger of overstocking the dairy cow inurkut no lonit an the systematic robVIn of the herd br the dlxpotial of the calves conlnufv When cows Bell for from 150 tu 70 at public sales It seems like fully to hur ry oft the calves for a few doll ira a headThe cow that making from two to thr e pounds of butler each day Miould n it be turned out In a ynrd In the cud else her yield will drop If put In a roomy Htal and t ed so the can move nruuiid nod lie down comfortably size will net all the oxer else necessary Hnavy milking dairy cows never voluntarily take exercise U EQoddnrd pf of Red Leaf was In town Monday Ho said that he was going to tell Red Loafln the Kentucky Sales COM Fails at LexhiBton February 14 to 10 This Btalllou Is highly thought of In foils county and all know he Ua good one being the lien Hur first prlz utMtdlion Square Garden OARTEHSYIIiLB Mr John Davh Is very sick at tills wflihiK Dr O S Redwlno and famly hue to this place Mr Andy Conn told fj Mr Win 0 3ttiy for 76 Miss Mae Allen Is the guest nf Mrs Caleb Todd of Heron Mr Tim Penln tou of Pollys Bend was his Mr Mr and Mrs Thomas Allen have moved to their now homo on Mr George Allens term Mr and Mrs J T Sowder of Berca was called to the of tholr SOl Mr John Sowder who is very low In sad but loving remembrance of our beloved friend Mr John Calico Br who departed this life Frldny January 14h lie only liked a ftw days teluif 77 years of He was a kind and man and loved by nil who knew him lIe will be greatly missed by his many friends and tlves He leaves to mourn hilt loss a wife and several children and n some of Kentucky and some ana Injustice been quite k has returned e6k with her ndera were the John Ray re i has two children lonla bated her mother t week again Iltls daughter y Tester Henry Ray ne horse to hue returned In J s was the rner Sunday of Paris spent her sister Mrs Kay mach oniach In Inutes nlly kick I bloated K8 then you ilels the dun cv r L Instant d thor a engtlien b stlon acute or Thl means ess and blilous irugtihtR every Ml large box Test sample oaths JiulTulo er thi of tour diner iurlnK nine inontlw und upeptU by Mlpna A e 18T Foil rUulii Street constlp Von 25o aw 0 s i h lat I I It to la but or owner sire or moved a mule the guest or Dud Cdhltll bedri Ie ago loving old grand tobq out lat t and mortl that eadlly dl- I aid are Iluarlln sell care k M kek JIoJI y lf Pit II I tJ- T rr l- Earn fart c v lies t exert broLherIn r 1 Law jaw Is often rlgoroaa Inl- tI its rue lid ecks stay ton gu gel Mefuberta M o nat rail W o fur 1 i 9 l ul wrwgm t f4a tats r mil eAt 4 VIESFM ROOI Mf dkm r g FARM y vN f Alfalfa makes dairying profitable It Is useless to plant clover on soli Tho Ilfo of tho honey boo Is very Few plants will grow without air In tho soil Clover and legumes do not succeed on labia that are sour Tho tall Of time year g the best time for setting peony plants Gasoline has recently gained con slderable reputation as a vermifuge The peony Is one of the best and popular of all early flowering plantsIt not a good plan to plant the same field to the same crop two years In succession The wise farmer assurance on the soil of any land that he may contemplate buying When the timothy crowds the clover timothy are usually very large Storms where the soil Is thin and practically must be bought over by the cost of fertilizing are not a good Investment Acidity may bo overcome by apply fag from 600 to 1000 pounds of lime Per acre or by the use of floats or ground shells Reports have been received that about 6000 homestead entries were filed In Montana during the first six months of 1909 No other people set so high a value on good soil as the Hollanders and vat- t are learning that not many acres but rich ones make the profitable farm Clover fields that are tbu may b seeded to timothy for a crop as t summer by sowing tall clove field to timothy harrowing In the Held The roots of the c npca penetrate rather deeply Into the subsoil and en ablos the plant to feed upon the food that not readily extracted bjr other crops A common variety of Intestinal worm which Is a source of much ar noyaoco to horses and which for special attention just now la populwly known aa the pinworm An effectual remedy for potato blight has been found In bordeaux mixture which consists of four pounds of sulphate and five or six pounds of fresh lime In CO gallons of water All milk must bo cooled to a not above 55 degrees within two hours after being drawn and kept thereafter below that and must be cooled to 50 degrees or less If not at the creamery twice a day 1 Live stock farming docs not always mean diversified farming and some forms of live stock farming may be a form of farming In which a crop la grown for sale One of the most serious oJ s yoRa to a system of winsthe effect It has on the land Our boat stand exploitive Wrl ft that la Agricultural re have urged dl rerslfled farming f r many but with the of the boll M ftvJI This Insect made cqtton farming vary precarious and has U4 VWdJcal modlflcaUans In the syste 8q farming provalltoK in that The soy beans make the boat hay If out when the hue formed nnd the lowest leaves hove turned yellow but for seed cutting should not until half the loajrcs have turned yellow Even th soy bean straw Is valuable feed Animals relish the and thrive upon It The milch goat like all goats can make a living on trashy and hilly land whore moat other aulmaU would starve They are very beneficial to land In cleaning It of weeds wet land but thrive perfectly on rough hilly land Those giving should be fed on good grass der and wheat bran but no BnOanl say kind When Friend So your detective forco t failure Chief Kmra W VM we sad anyone who U willing to be cloths woman Pu k French Idea of H v ru A the Dutch o nllness rellgloD the no the French wake A r llM of cook let I once Frenchman who ldt My Idea cf heaven U outing de talc graa to tlitscuadof truw J I f abort most oUr wants entirely the following crops of mineral its copper temperature delivered I como as objectionable In ways e elm J r lit will arming without to about t qAllfJlllp a tea the begin I and brush endure to tail hay Woman 3 e cap w out now and calla many ainglo crop q agrle Ilur land any lzttlon fe- tllltytor yearn tll se loo pods sprout They cannot fad Ue lain make a said globe treltay east Ate y 0e v one 4 i r py k FARMERS COLUMN I below Ibis lif ntlur lit for txeln ubictllxiri nd I for ale of t ln Mid inch tlilim on l M ltm r cannot to ndtft lli No nolle wilt be accepted orrr tout unit will b onlrln two Inuti of IUCOUD oleliut Flty KbodMiecp fur unit HrlKlit Herring II 1C Herndon has 0 good hemp brakes fomlo cheap I have a cartaM good as new will i worth tho nun y Phone 1UO S W MUM IhivaS 0 Drown Le licrn Cud rel for FHO Phone 3SOU- MM J M Cress Stanford U F D 4 hew Silverfaced Wrnndot roosters fur sale Phone Mrs A J Rico 1 21 2t Murksburv Ky For Sale 1 hero about 200 1ieust poi fur u l o fence Are on Imifly See J P Ihlard Prcaehersvlllc Ky Strayed from my place on January tat a white tux hound with large tip Iv head left ear red and black spot on hip Return to V A Arnold Livery Lancaster mad recelvo rewardDan PAINT L1UK M and Mrs Lewi Russ have re turner from a vhlt to Mr Ross par Klrksvlllc M ss Emtim Uurcuell li qillo tick of pneumonia M Tlnley Davis of Stanford Is vltltnif twine toilet Llllo Martha and Robert Gajran of Richmond have returned lioua af and Mrs V C Fish Uncle A lex who had been ui1 man of this place sad on Mrs Cornells uelaunday He had eons then corn and It U supposed died ui failure r has moved to W S fish home place M Fish and fum moved to Stanford Mrs J D Ely and children of Hyattsvlllo arc visiting Mrs M irtha Ely Misses MuddolLKInc and Lucy have entered normal School at mond for the next term Mr A U Eslrldge was In Lancas ter Mpqda Mf Ucoruj lyansons m visiting reh tires In Lexington harmers with silos an maimed to and show greater rmtapendencu than their neighbors without them They say they dont care so much what the season la taiey are sure of lots of good feed A new sheep dlfjcnso has been found among flow In central New York state known as gld hnd Is try Old Is a Iftnln disease being a form of is often fatal The family cat needs watching Cats preferryoune chickens to mlco or rats valcnblo chicks have df appeared In isle way and the cat looks Innocent After you have muz zled joiir own cat then look out for the Twlglibors cat After tha wheat field line iv l open up drains with the plow fort hours work spent at This wHI mean the diving oC muck wlieat from drown I3g out Thorn will l e much rain tween acedfaig time and harvest Nitrogen la contained In great juan ij titles In tbo lr above us but It bo purclru T and used with profit In farming dnuipt under condl tlons and other leguminous plants ran Jraw an they jrccnilro tram 1910 atmouiftare by meanq of bacteria It In not possible to maintain our lands without clover and It Is best to sow claw and plow It under Jt Is deslruhla to clip tho clover two or threo wnaks earlier than It would bo cut fcjrhajf and lot U lie upon too grouml and this h lps the second may bo cut for seed then should be put Lack on tho llu it It fa Interesting to note Just how crop benoJU the soil upon which It grows and Incresaoa Its pro Uuctlvo capacity n tho lint placo It does so by Increasing the supply ef nitrogen which It trnjujfers from the air to tho sell by moans of tho bacteria which live on the roots of the plant This added of nitro lIon serves also to Increase the growth of tho plant us well as enriching tho soil during Its growth Tho light against Insect scale and fungus diseases In orutarda must not bo dropped with the harvesting of tlio fruit crops It cannot ba hoped that you Iwve by your sproyjng opera lions during the tmrfrmur seoHun Wiled all the settle and rungl and doubtless tae press of work oa the fairm during mlllsiowuer reason the matter will 1 101 sag Icctod or very butte lane stager the fruit was formed and It sun bo de pooled ou that Utaro will ue on lout orchard troeM a flan roollmttUm f all sorts to eruao sad cone forth la t iprUtr tttr riisv tiuui I the ale of farm the arm afoul t hike tile tera tllr to their rrundplnH r lr II L Wallaoo In Iltuglus M tel 011 an old and wrld slice Thursdaywas d I Treadway sly Uavlug Noo Rich feel said to bo the teat case In this cotta I been plant loading off surface water A hew bola not poelal live oar theft roots cro which thlo raw th- ouwpea our noW rltidy Il I I y J eNNeeNeeeseeeeeeeeeveveelee eeeeeeeNee eeoGd tasoveea000 epees ire out ate the line the tree It aria II etA hue cuts Jl spent dcadaq Itlchrulund with horbrp lireChar met culled aslug found 1 t t lie staggers pnd lath can Cloves that auppy 1rwcya the over ORIENTAL SERVANT A JEWEL All Around Ability bf the Indlipans Boy In India U 8om thlnfl j to Wonder Ati j In these days of loud wnlllng about the haughty domestic exorbitant service of tho oriental servant In India tho Imllspcjuablo boy J does everything loy being n gen erie regardless of ago or native dignity receiving In remuneration tho equivalent of 12 to f 14 n month nt tho most Ho buys your railroad tickets checks your luggage settles line clam ora of luggage coolies gives your tips nnd shuns away the horde of beggars telegraphs to hotels for your rooms nnd takes care of them when you cot there makes the bed brings tho nt t tornoon tea stands bcslJo your chair at tablo and serves you brings your account when you lenvo nnd wrangles At the dak bungalows ho forages for your meals nnd It necessary vowing men and all sorts of dealers your bed on sleeping and replen Irhes your of Ico and soda Ho runs your errands cleans your boots and hats darns your etocHlngs and mends your clothes and directs you to the baxara where you will be robbed least rccelv Ing his commission later from nn ap trcclatlvo proprietor For every cent intruded to him fur general expenditure ho renders on count and though ho doubtless tr you gently he does not lot atho m I bn robbed by ono person score Ho I silent and than a I to him and shoes on or his And dull ps across your threshold Here TongueTwister tlrcnvlllo Klclser Instructor of tho Public Speaking Club of America whose headquarters Is at tho West side Y SI C A In Now York defies anybody to repeat accurately from memory the following Ksau Wod sawed wood Ksau Wood would saw wood All the wood Ksau Wood saw Esau Wood would saw In other words all the wood Ksau saw to saw Esau sought to saw Oh tho wood Wood would saw And Oh the wood saw with which Wood would saw wood Out ono day Woods wood saw would saw no wood and thus the wood Wood sawed was not tho wood Wood would saw If Woods saw would saw wood Now Wood would saw wood with a wood saw that would saw wood so Esau sought a saw that would saw wood Ono day Ksau saw a saw saw wood as no other wool saw Wood saw In fact of all the woodsaws Wood over saw saw wood Wood never saw a woodsaw thai would saw wood as tho woodsaw Wood saw saw wood and I never saw a woodsaw that would SAW as the woodsaw Wood saw would saw until I saw Esau Wood sayr wood with the woodsaw Wood saw saw wood Now Wood saws wood with the woodsaw Wood saw saw wood Mr Kicker was formerly a member of the Yale faculty Jay Gould and tho Physician A case of resemblance that both ered New Yorkers for years was that of Jay Gould tho millionaire railroad magnate and his Innocent double a New York physician Tho physician was taking a stroll ono morning at an American winter resort when ho was confronted In the path by a dwarfish swarthy man wearing a brown check suit Mr Gould I bellevoT the physi clan murmured Gould stared at his counterfeit pre sentment am not quite suro that I am ho exclaimed I wish you wouldnt wear clothes like mine Slmvo your beard and I wontl snapped tho physician These men were for years mistaken for each other nnd It the physician bad not be n honest Gould might well have feared for his mil lions fqr tho physician might have presented himself almost anywhere as Gould and raised on his taco almost sum of money Sunday Magazine of the Ilttsburg Dispatch The Number Thirteen floes tho number 13 Influence cn reer In the army 7 Is a question asked by a Paris contemporary impelled by the fact M Oudln appounr thir teenth In tho navy list at Ha has just been gazetted as a sublieu tenant In a cavalry regfJnont the London Globe Thirteen If not looked upon as an unlucky num ber at St Cyr for amaunr those who have stood thirteenth Ih the list are Marshal MacMahon In 1825 Gen Itourbakt held the same place nine years later Gen Lavcaucoupot ono of tho heroes at Mete In 1870 was an other 13 Among tho living generals Is Gen llalloud who loft In 18C8 and has slnco had a brilliant career No Match for tier Ah I ho lightly cried I cannot give you the key to my She smiled till the tips of hoi pearly teeth fretted her rlpo red lip Why should thoro bo key tc your mind she gently naked Dc noon locks on empty storerooms languidly away Scientific SpankinG conMstHin punishment only when u child U actually bad Sumo mothers think that all crying Is badness Its not When your baby cries look fur pins or If you punt the hem give the baby Whites Orcam Vormlfuuo aa the chances are It IH from worms which keep It hungry and cross all tho lime Pleasant to tuk nuro In action Price U cents Sold by U B Mo I ItoI name r i J i l I for you over its Inevitable extortlone cooks them lie produces washmen f In In demand lie milk up care t When walk abroad ho attends oa It and It Is distinctly ndvatdar dtO not benover you spot oless salaams never enters presence wIth urbnn offended his multifarious day rail ir wraps himself In shawl I l I i I any aI St Cr declares any put father external fllllO r 7 r able t t erurrtbing t you you hue sego ratter you t his his a tongue twfsloru wizen faced I oil constantly mind tome anQof lug Its Roberts In- S t MteXXte VKVH MWK MX tX XVV We sell the best Straight Creek on the market Henley V Bastin at the Creamery THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORIOIUTKD Capital Stock 5000000 K E McRobtrti Pan ua t HoJion Prt R I DartinVUc Pre J W Elmore Csthler D A Themes A t Cashier R L Ellis D okKtp r Comparative statement of its growth Individual Deposits January t 1907 i6i534 74 January 1 1908 9401090 January 1 1 909 1 645236 Jan 1 1910 13564758 A I I 1 H A i i I I COA I V I tI Iff Ice 1 BEAZLEYI t144dr r t- e r IVYIrtI7ItYIrtlIrlarrw1 1 LIIiIN111 IlIMI1 tNtIN tH07 sati UNDRTAKBR Arterial u4 Cavity ElIlbalJlisf 01111 all Dtavlll Stud FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BORI At HOSES ALWAYS IS STOCK I1 Kind Man from the Country An nmunnjr incident occurred In n hotel a toy nights ago It appears that a farmer from South Jersey who was unusirtfly Ignorant of city ways went to trio hotel with hula son The father rotltto early but the eon went out to oe town At 1230 oclock the farmer went downstairs and Inquired of the clerk If the Jay had returned yet Ifo watt told tout ho had not The father went back to his room An hour later bo again appeared before the clerk an said Haint Jack In yet Again lie was Informed that the lad was out Tho old man made several subsequent trips nail mill Ills was among tho missing Flnally ot 330 oclock tho farmer trudged ly down tho stairs and asked again If lila boy had returned No bos not In yet replied night clerk Waal I guess ho wont come In then Guess you neednt Walt up any longer Philadelphia Times Doing Fairly Well How Is your courtship coming along Oh fairly well Aro you getting any nearer her fa thor A little since tall began Were moved In from tho front veranda tc tho parlor and lies moved In from back porch to tho kitchen Strange Something wrong with this mews j por story How now It doesnt refer to c party of girl travelers as a bovy or boautlis Appraising It I went Into a bank thla morning to vhango my mind said young Light wit with a large smflo Indeed t reJoined Miss Caustlque You got live ponnlca I suppose Not Always Racket It aint the pulse that counts la this world aW the jaultor phlloso phorj a nolntynolav dollar motorcy cle cnn malio more nutso than A 5000 beuadt Accidental What caused him death 1lHa wits slightly unbttl nced Did ho die In itudhousof No ho toll oft H trop 9 hide your light under B n 4 plot piw urWIJ I the the automobile a I 1 The Question Why a T Ito toy wear hue aa wee Daritn r A Fathers Discipline now do you keep your boy so well behaved Do you en to whip him No 1 threaten to let his mother cut his hair Look for the Light Take life as It comes some days rainy and canto days fair When It rains remember that yesterday was sunny and It Is likely that tomorrow jvjll bo so TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER Life Scholarship I n TYlBWIUTINO AND RAIL ROAD AGENOY reduced to 115 and 260 of student tullroad faro paid lloys thU K YOU K OPPORTUNITY to learn a IlrstcluBs trade that pays a good salary every month In the year Excellent low rates New nan has delightful 8000 lu habitants moral Btu TKKD paying 115 to 05 per ini nt rto start on Easy and pletsant employment rapid promo tnutlon Diplomat awarded Great Itettand fur Telegraph Operator VKlay for our Free Ol piie II lustrated Catalog which tlvei U particulars AM CURE Now YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPH tELEGRA- PHY board at l lama lug In 1 O rtaduetea OS VELY OUARAN ONS Soutllcrn School of 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BitlitMlloa Iturttiued J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY Will Practice In all State Courts and U 8 District Court Unice over Police Court Phone 101 M FS Denny DENTIST OfflenoTcrUlit Arnold Mllllnry Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion Ware McRobertsIIMMI MOHMU H J PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed Paint Liok Kentucky 11UMf Cream Vermifuge fI ATTORNEY r I f HIIB b o eeeeeeeeeea b THE GUlRiHEEl WORM REMEDY e THE CHILDREN FAVORITE TONIC IIWAKS Of IMITATION THS INUINS mlPAHIB CHIT BallardSnow Liniment er LOUie MO MoRoborts Drug store POSTEDThu undersigned nereby RJVO warn InK to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever aa we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen take notice Jno M Furrs baulro H W H Fernuiqn Ed N n Price Herring W A Price ln Thompson J V Sweeney KTIUoe JaiSutton L H Drown T Y Coon Q Y Oonn If Clw especially Parson Ell W H M L 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