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THE CENTRAL RECORDRELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From offline TWENTIETH TEAR LANCASTER FRIDAY FEBRUARY II 1910 NUMBER 45 c j t i 21 cc From Tte LuNl oj PURE Ttl Lend KY rf wsrR s i G y x w x A X r jam j- 1 u 14otu TE n Post Houghton AND OTHER BUGGIES Averys Plows Corn Planters Cutting far rows Cultivators and Rollersi Wire Fencing Painted Ga anized TIN ROOFING GUTTERING fUMPS ETC i We can save you money A trial will convince you CONN TO THE PUBLIC r l There is nothing for those iho dwl in the Land of Now andw ave spared nothingthorough ly remodeled added new nachinery in fact made a new mill in which we are makii for the best in our line Glen Lily and fhitl Douse Flour PEARL MEAL pnd MILL FEEDS Call on your groce now and get a bag of our flour We are making this of tlu clean wholesome wheat that we can buy aid feel that it will please and that you will apreciate our efforts to serve you fcWe sell at wholesale cily biit solicit GRAIN EX CHANGE Nearly anygrocerjcan supply your wants in this line f Thanking you in Advance for any and all patronage fyou may give us and that we will do all we can todeserve it We e yours very truly GARRARD POLLING CO Field Seed maldnj alsjbenalty of Feid Seeds sea in stCKi the jest grades of Qover Tiawtii pBlueGrass Seed JT f ty nice redeaaed EED OATS v A kh p it J 1F r r X t j 21 I I I j t j and- j I OTHERS l i toy good is S iy j i Sl ure t i iou g ou J W OEMEOaOtWAGOIj x a s a 1 Y s s r Q 4 4LLultIIIfl44IuhIti4n34jitIIItI 11141111111 ii f t tvery best L74N RIcYr i IpiT are this son and have k l- R A o f r4 NO TAE N ALta1 4LOULiabarr is a Tk Ig r cannotb- es eelIed autd iaxtal1 ll c0A91IICeyoHy wF a Coal tea F arakrt y1 rr A Y r e Will Doty is recovering from a re cent attack of rheumatism Mrs Givens Terrill living on street Is reported sick The many friends of Mr are sorry to bear of him being ill There were nine additions by letter to the Chrisiian Church last Sunday morning Mr Sam Walter is reported ill of typhoid fevor He is in the hospital Frankfort The Young Ladies Circle will give a Colonial tea at the Christian church on February 22od The Stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs BTU Corder on last Monday and left a little baby girl J W Ferre will preach at Scott Fork church night Every body come Mr Geo Saufley son of Judge Saufley is reported dangerously ill of typhoid fevor at bis home in Stanford Mr J E Dickerson who has bad such a protracted and serious illness of typhoid fever is just now ably to sit up The entertainment at the on last Monday evening proved to be a very enjoyable affair and a large crowd attended Mr C T Brummett has purchased the Grocery establishment of Mr T M Howard located on Crab Orchard street near the depot Mrs B D Tomlinsons friends will be glad to know that she is now able to sit up she having been quite a from rheumatism for many moutes Mrs Robert Embry entertained the Circle Girls Wednesday These young women meet to do sew ing for the girl whom they are educa tion at the Hazle Green school Arthur Gooch charged with killing his stepfather Sam Goocb was held over to the grand jury at his trial Judge Bailey The defendant was not placed on the htand Interi or Journal I Mr Michael Bay of Buckeye has Canadian patent his improved water Ill ter He has decided to move to Ottawa Ont the latter part of this year His daughter Miss Cordelia and Mr David Sutton will accompany him The City Council met on last night and several claims against the city were allowed The Council also gave Haselden Brothers a permit to build a two story fire proof building adjoining the rear end of the police court room The first monthly term ot the Gar rard Quarterly Court was held on Tues day and a number of civil cases were disposed of This court has had con tinuous session for the past eight years but will in the future convene on the second Tuesday in each month Important Meeting There will be a meeting of the Association on next Tues day evening at seven oclock at the Odd Fellows Hall is urged to be present as there will be some im portant matters to be discussed Census Examination Twelve applicants took the examina tion Saturday for the of cen sus enumerators The examination was conducted by Mr W T West at the Graded school building The pa pers were sent to Washington and Mr West will hear who gets the place about March 1st Easter Easter Sunday comes this year on March 25th which is earlier than at anytime since 1894 when it came on the same date The date is fixed by the vernal equinox Easter is always the first Sunday after the full moob after the sun crosses the line Last year it fell on April llth Weather prophets claim an early easier means an early spring Far Farmer Laneaeter Bey The many friends of Master J C Hemphill Jr of Louisville will be glad to hear that he has been elected president of his Sunday school class there He attends Sunday school at the Cbristin church located on the corner of Fourth and Walnut Sis and Mrs Powell wife of the Bev E L Powell is his teacher This is quite an honor for the little fellow as this is about the largest church in Louisville Sales of Preperty Hughes Swinebroad real estate men report that they just sold to Victor A Lear for Mrs Margaret J Robinson her handsome residence on LexiDfitoa street for 500000 They also sold for L L Walker as Executor of Dorcas L Walker 8 of land to Lancaster Cemetery CowpaBy for 300000 a d to I Robinson the Dorcas L Walker hbawBtetid oa fil baood street sintlog ol the bw io w sad CCHBBMC Ions brick reeideecc aiid of Mr Eoblaiss ha already MOT to the property parcbasai by bin aha m lit 1 We anXfliHi jbwacoiM UMaie tiii r rl t ij S r at r r next morntne and Court- House a on Monday Development Everyone position Heft I COD Jan IIt 1P a i Richmond F Hughes Sunday sufferer energetic before Js have acres the 24 acres IK i a January L Resad tW E a s Welceme Visitor The big hearted Landram Editor of the Richmond Climax paid this office a very pleasant call Satur day It goes without saying that i entire office is always gl l to see him Chant In Paper The Lancaster BKCOBD has been sold by Mr F S Hughes to Mr Green Clay Walker of that city Itis to be hoped that Mr Hughes will not go out of business Mr Walker is a brother of Hon L L Walker of Lan caster whom is slated for the U S Dlrtrict attorney for the Eastern Hicbolasville Tribune Sad News It is with extreme regret the recent illness of Mrs Jennie Goodloe has been learned She is now a patient in Dr McChords hospital in Lebanon and haying lately submitted to a surgical operation is somewhat improved Mrs Goodloe and family left here several years ago to reside near and Is admired and loved for her excellent Christian character Newspaper Sole The Lancaster Record which has been ably edited by Mr Saufley Hugh es for the past year was sold February 1st by Mr Hughes to Mr G C Walker a popular young attorney a native of Lancaster but recently a practitioner in Louisville Mr Walker is well known in Danville where be formerly held a position with the Cincinnati Southern Mr Hughes made many friends among the newspaper fraterni ty during his occupancy of the editor ial Ad vacate Kentucky Hemp Pool Mr Jno M Farra and Mr Banks Hudson attended a meeting of the hemp growers of Kentucky in Lexing ton Tuesday About 60 per cent of tbe hemp grown in Kentucky Js now pooled and in tbe next week the hemp growers expect to secure enough to make 75 per cent We think this a wise move and believe that good re auits will follow as this crop is the smallest grown in the last 20 years and the quality Is as good or better than has been produced in ten jears Austin The White Hall Register of White Hall III gives an account of tbe death of Mr Samuel Austin a nephew to one of our best citizens Capt Thos AustinThe deceased was born in Garrard county and left here when be was ten years of age with his parents to reside at White Hall He was 29 years of age and married Besides his wife and little daughter he is survived bv his parents Mr and Mrs James Aus tin and one brother Rogers Powell Miss Nannie Rogers and Mr Robert Chester Powell were quietly married on Monday morning Feb 3th 1910 at the fc the grooms pareatr on Both the your people are well known ir Lancaster and Garrard county TM bride resided at Point Leavel bat for the past two years has been propri etress of a dress making establishment here where she has made many friends The is tbe son of Mr C D Powell who has been in business here for a number of years and who is one of our most enterprising merchants The young couple left for an exten ded trip tbroug California and Oregon and will probably locate at Oakland Oregon We wish them much happi ness on their journey through life Valentines Day Monday February 14th valentines day Whitney says that St Valen tine was a man of admirable parts and so famous for his love and char ity that tbe custom of choosing val entines upon his festivals took its rise from thence Others derived the custom from birds being supposed to select their mates on this day others from a practice prevalent in ancient Rome at the festival of the Luper calia during the month of February when among other ceremonies the names of young women were placed in a box from which they were taken by young men as cbance directed The pastors of the early church finding it impossible to extipate this pagan changed its form It was tbe custom on the of February 14th St Valentines day to have the names of a select number of one sex put some vessel by an equal number of the and every one drew a name which for tbe time being was called his or her valentine The custom choosing valentines existed very early Pres eta of gloves garters and jewelry were common at Valentines Macaulay Improves I Let OM auu stand ataay right Hpratlus quotfc aptk he abide at ay loft sad keep the bridge with Three Ic JMike it bet fer caltiJr U these art whea we write about the MfleTiBh rti ti Hfeg Feesery a reefers Th chMpeit i b tt way to h frs te t BoorbOB f tripodKentucky e of Richmond formally groom II ceremony thereupon t lODe p f tor f i7d ljff i Louis the district Springfield street eve into other band lids fist men foes st cure key BaLo iIh ad keeps 4 iIst ord tar leiea1 ektDst sI for rw titlet1 eeM yw tlrali b J 1Mowltt- L w A O Stanley defeated G C Given and Lavega Clemens for the nomination for congress In the second Kentucky aistrict receiving about 4000 more votes than both his opponents Mr Stanley has relatives and many friends in Garrard county who are pleased that the briliant 01 ator and will continue to serve tbe people of this state in tbe lower house at Washington Court News Sam Johnson of the Harmons Lick section was tried Saturday in Judge Fords court on the charge of Breach or the peace and fined 50 and cost James Rogers of Crab Orchard was given fifty dollars and cost and ten days in jail before Judge Harris in the Police court on the trial of each of the two warrants for carrying con cealed a deadly weapon The defend ant was arrested by Marshal Herron last county court day after a pistol had been fired upon the street We com mend the ties for the law and especially against those who carry pistols MrH M Ballou died on Monday morning at 6 oclock after a lingering illness of tuberculosis While it was thought he was in a very precarious condition it was nut generally known the end was so near The funeral services were b at the residence Wednesday afternoon at 230 conduct by Elder F M Tinder assisted by Rev O P Bush A widow and two children survive and to them much sympathy is ex tended for the departure of a devoted husband and loving father An aged parent Elder Joseph Bal lou of Stanford and the following sisters and brothers also mourn his early death Mrs Ducan of Toledo Obij Mrs Ernest Warren of Mid dlesboro Mrs Wyatt and Miss Ellen Ballou of Stanford Dr Halleck Bal lou Dexter Victor and Guy Ballou The deceased was in the grocery business here tor many years and com mand a splendid trade and was very popular and by bis fair dealing bad made quite a competency Lackey Mr Delaney M Lackey died at his home at 530 Friday morning of ab scess of the liver While it was known ne had been quite ill he had sufficient ly recovered to be upon our streets Wednesday uith ever a pleasant greet ing for all When became known Friday be was no more sincere regret and heart felt sympathy was ed on all sides He would have been 83 years old in March had he lived He was possessed of remarkable vi tality for one of hi age and was quite a favorite For many years he was an officer of tbe Presbyterian church and was ever faithful and loyal to his re ligous duties Many years of his life were spent in both Richmond and Paint Lick where he was well and favorably known The deceased was one of a large is children the only one now surviving being ati r Mrs Jane Ballew of this vicinity JL widow one son Mr A Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City and one daughter Miss Jennie Lackey are left to mourn their irreparable loss and for them much sympathy is felt The re mains were taken to Richmond Sat urday morning for interment Friends after friends depart Who has not lost a friend There is no unijn here of hearts That knows not here an end Bowers Henry One of the greatest surprises in the era of tbe newly weds this season came yesterday in tbe form of a to friends in El Djrado announ cing the of Miss Frances B Henry and Hunter D Bowers which was solemnized at the home of the brides uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs J H Garrison in Little Bock Wed nesday afternoon February 2nd at 130 oclock Bev J F McKenzie of the El Dorado Presbyterian church The wedding was a quiet one and was witnessed by only a few relatives and close friends Immedi ately alter the ceremony the young people returned to El Dorado and for the present will beat home to their many friends at the residence of Mr and Mrs F W Miles The bride is one of El Dorados most charming young ladies and has always taken a prominent place in the social circle of the city She came here about two sears ago to make her home with her elster Mrs F W Miles and her pleasant manner has won many warm friends who wish her much joy and happiness Mr Bowers home is in came to El Dorado about two ago and holds a position as book with the Compress company He is a young man of sterling worth and business ability and Is prominent in social and fraternal circles He Is to be congratulated on securing such a charming and accoKplished bride The Timeg joins theirmany friends in wtebiBg then a long useful and nappy life TisBes El Do ado Arkansas bride is well kBOwaaad liked by people of Mvittg jOB t left Slat te caarailif Wp att I democratic city Ballou old t ooH f The I i10 8I1 1 statesman enforcing express family telegram marriage officiating pears keeper prosperous y she eau age are da Mr card Mt8 1 B SearIof eW itIts ing eeh aitieis lr ire c2 S 3 SJSP S9SSS SSSSS New Harness Shop f Hand Made Harness Work Gear Of Prices to suit you and the goods Suit everybody for they effe made by L J Sanford from Kirksville SEE OUR WAGON TARPOLEONS i HASELDEN BROTHERS 1s i RepairWork a Specialty A Few Becauses ii Why we ask for and expect your Trade P BECAUSE for as it is possible to determine our i stock takes in aU t e good kinds and leaves the other out J BECAUSE if you are particular abou eatables our store will appeal to you I play the game of business fair and square make right any mistake that we make as soou as we hear of it j BECAUSE we try awfully hard to get there on J time We appreciate the inconvenience to you of J for goods to be BECAUSE in spite of all these advantages your dollar is as large here as anywhere OFTEN LARGER Ball Holtzclaw i IS fflSUB0 IF NOT WH V illlllf iliiUilOffice National Bank ofLancaster i I I All Kinds j 9 f i3 i I I t t t izlltll a I 1m BECAUSEwe Ii Ve deliveredIij i YOUR LIFE t Phone 3r tf x I r3 I The William Oliver Plow t 1 a I waiting 1 1 A is an improve ment over all other plows It is stronger and jand prices are iright It I 1 r RUNSUilT1F- L 9r e w I fr i Y YYij d1 I JSSi r 1 4- i t r- h4 fl nft rr t CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY A YEAR 4 From The Land Of JSW GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPobr JEMcred U the Pott GOti in Lnttctutrr SfCfmdCtatf Mail MaUer Member Ky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky February 11 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 Fur Cards per line lr For all publications in inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce non Harvey Helm a candidate to succeed himself in Congress subject to the ac tU n of the Democratic party The Political Outlook Pulisfrcal conditions are arous the people The Middle West is especially solicitous There are things that point to this unrest and dissatisfaction i The Republican Press in comment injj ou the Congressional elect since the passage jf the Pay neAldrich Bill has claimed fur tuem proof of the substantial endorsement of the policy of the stand pat The truth with reference to them does not sustain this contention The first election was in Washington To fil the occasioned by the death of Francis W Cushman This is a strong diitii t in which Demo have no hope of winning with the normal political conditions The present representative had nearly 2 TOO less received ii 1908 The other special election was in Chicago where Senator Larimers successor was chosen Mr in 1908 had a majority over all oppo sition of 14000 vote His di J not receive a maj jrity His election was The moststriking t i ig iu that connection was the fact that a Republican ran independent on the platform of the insurgents in Congress That was oppositi in to Cannot ism and the Payne Aldiich tariff law and received mere than 8000 votes nearly Off per cent 01 the vote that given to the Republican nominee and this not withstandjng Mr Cannon and other leading Republicans thoroughly the district This situation could hardly have been expected in Chicago In less than 100 miles from that represented by Cannot Thi resut is OIly a slight indication of the revolt of ii the Middle West against legislative methods and policies Republican leaders need nut think that they can always disregard their platform declarations and pledges and at the same the endorsement the thought ful intelligent Republican voters There are other sources of The reckless extravagance seen on every band and the by the present administration is one of these and will meet condemnation With Treasury balance diminished itT less over 250000000 to less than 80000000 is an object lesson which naturally alarm Soon with the present rate of absorbtion of treasury balances the Government will be compelled to muney to melt its necessary and current expenses This situation in the absurdity of raising the tariff so high that importers can not pay the duty and then spending mon ey so lavishly that new methods of taxation must be resorted to or must be borrowed to pay running James Lloyd in National Monthly Since this article was written there has been au electon in Missouri and Hfce democrats elected in the 12th Mo district to succeed DeArmond who was burned to death got 3750 major ity a gain of 1 650 over the last elec ti in Let the good work continue and the next congress will be strongly dem ocratic The good roads bill has been favorably in the Senate and will come up for passage the hitter part of this week law wi 1 very likely pass vith some amendments and will change altogether the present road system This law the State to give its assistance to the fur public road purposes also allows the counties to become iidebted by bond to the extent of 5 per cent of their assessed valuation for public road purposes and also permits an ad ditional tax of twenty cents the 100 to take care of the indebtedness after it i created by a two birds vote of any county This law will do away with the road the mar istrates elect a county road engi who must be a qualified road biiider or engineer and he is requited to road institutes in roa In the county during will create a senti r N38 good roads oce the ration for the graft which has frees a 8 H ki n r ed ym 1 I c vc LOO i PrEcinct and state I titO y ring man r J Ii ReputJ1 callS J s T5 Cats maj i successor b 11 u diy vut was 1 canvassed a t Speaker j Republicans thepresent son l secure discontent acdnowl th ihree causes borrow money expensesRepresentative reported cuuni s issues Oft overseer and 111 Jeer eeh lfff i ct5rz a iT Y wt 9J F f Lr a s a P the t r w now one he vacancy y Repub can 1 frt M pity than 31 over s s district 3 p ti dg vets cram tins ifies This enables n bold pet r which e aaial rose ti Yi3p glidal- v L y Y j d ere b W no pay to the county one dollar for ey expended by the county but county is permitted to more jhau 10000 Garrard county raises about 16000 for same purposes and receive about 8000 from the while we to the State iu taxes about 83000 We urge no objections to the bMl in itspresent form Although France is of the old est of European countries it has nor er experienced a disaster like in ettenftc what has visited the most of that country within the past few weeks rains caused all the streams to overflow their banks and to rush villages and farms leaving waste destruction of property and loss of life iu their pathway This great aggregation pouiitig into Seine river was more than its capacity to carry off so an immense damage suJted along its course Water rose to a greater stage than ever before at Paris exceeding the high record of 1802 TMJ city largely over catacombs which heve been tilled with the overflow from the river causing streets and sewers to cave in anu de straying the foundations of some of the big public buildings Lighting plants have been rendered useless so many parts of tle city is left in dark ness The loss of life can hardly yet be estimated and the damage to exceeds 200 000000 The sympathy of the U S goes out to these sufferers specially from those who so recently ctme near being en golfed in the oveifljw from the Wolf creek gorge along the Ohio river When we think of that terrible dis aster the Sunfranctsco earth quake and again flit flood at Paris ad rc memtering that these two cities are recognized as the most wicked ones in the world should we not lit H be a warning and remember that as we sow also shall we reap Senator J J Watkins started much talk Monday when he introduced a bill in the Senate malting it a fur any candidate to violate after his election pledges made before the The act provided a ary sentence upon conviction of any person who breaks a pledge made to his constituents as to how he would vote on any leading question The bill was given its first reading Watkins ii sore over the shelv ing of the county unit bill and wants to hold all Senators and to sledges on this other measures in the future The bill car not affect any member of the present Legislature even if it should become a law Lexington Herald Our representatives should be men enough to keep their pledges however we think that such a law would be a good one for sometimes the people make a mistake and elect a man who will not keep his pledges Of course the people know how to deal with such a map if he should ever seek nomination hut this law would make him do fie li ht tbing while in ofllcp President James K Patterson of Kettuckj University on fart made the announcement that he had in his will bequeathed a 1 of his estate whicn amounts to about 150 000 to the Kentucky State university In his address before the leyislative committee of inspection Patterson stated that the death of his sun and only cl id fifteen wears ago there was mithiuu in whose fu ture jofeitsddeep an interest as his foster child the State University to whose development he has devoted the best years of his life Ttai is one of the very best schools that can be foundand we believe one of the reasons is because it has been directed with M much agility and conscience by PresidentPattersor Itis a beautiful thouglit that this man after giving forty vears of his rite work to tie school as his career as President draws to a he an noupces that In addition to his work he also leave at his death the be has saved so that it may be used for the of improving the school William Jennings Price of Danville who ill enter the race for the Congressional nomination the Eighth district to succeed Coc gressman Harvey Helm was here to attend the unveiling of the to Governor Goebtl Mr Price was making a splendid Q bD for the nomination at the time of Mr Helms first nomination when he was to retire on account of illiess He is in splendid health now and till say that he will make them all sit up crud take notice when he gets into the running Frankfurt News The mite disasters are becoming more fn quent and it is time that the people of our country should take a hand and dr maud a more rigid in spertion of the order to save the lives of the many people who are compelled to make their livelihood by working ii these pines sad to think of te many helpless widows and children who are 1jft without means of support to tight the battles of life alone Since last November it is claimed that the disasters in the West have claimed 415 victims The verdict fyr 222000 in favor of D E Lowegaiusc the Unit icrs of North America in the United is tites Court at Hartford Conn is an other fur organized capital over organized labor When will organized get its ending in Mounfl City Paints trifle j I j y i nt at ed I would pay one before Continuous r I i built properly election Senator Representatives another Saturday Pre ince cose ill fortune purpose Democratic in monument Jilt dUst t paWr l a e bal c t t I I t y f erg two restive would talc can over felon and ide gee 4 filers mines du victory tbd uatLs ray test CBC JE btorreai- y i ter of er 47 to g a v General News The Trustees of State University in Frankfort on February 3rd and elected Judge Henry S Barker t 1 succeed Prof James K Pat resigned Apropos of the kidnapping of little Alma Kellner of Louisville the Ken tucky senate passed a measure the law on kidnapping so as to the penalty of death or life im prisonmeut at the discretion of the jury Commander Robert E Peary of the Numb Pole has made a ion the National Geograpb icai Society which if accepted will mean that an American expedition will be on its way to discover the South Pole next fall Louis Paulhan the French aviator had a narrow escape from death when his flying machine collided with the fence at Denver Col last week while attempting a flight over the business district of the city Several persons were knocked down but none seriously hurt Wireless telegraphy saved the lives the Captain and crew of the steam Kentucky The ships destress sig was picked up at Cape llatleras crud in a few minutes the steamsuip Alamos reply was heard and the Alamo hastened to the relief of the men on board the Making The unusual condi i in existed in the funeral of General F Draper in that his widow requested that her husbinds brother Governor of M issachusetts Eden S Draper and George A Draper not the funeral and and the peace officers were present to prevent them attending had they attempts du so The tariff exchange rates the United States and Germany have settled fortunately fur both countries this avoid a tariff war which has been threated for some time by each country agreeing to an exchange minimum rate There is a great volume of business between the two countries which is estimated at 500000000 Heretofore when for any reason a Circuit Judge could not try a case the Governor has appointed a special judge to try it and the pay and mileage se special judges auinunted to a hi e sum each year According to a la which has passed the State Sen e will be but if a Judge is not ble some ether Circuit Judge is busy at the time will be assigned to the position The Ul allows 1200 per year for tli service thus raising the salary of the from 3000 per year to 4200 The monument of William was formally dedicated at Frankfort on Thursday February 3rd and stands as a lasting memorial to this great man who was so loyal to the great common people It was erected by tie people of Kentucky and paid for by smal con tributions from thousands of devoted admirers of the fallen democratic leader Just before the exercises un veiling the monument to Wm Gobel the body of Arthur Goebel bit was lowered into a grave close to that of the dead Governor of Ky People from al pasts of the State ut tended the ceremonies to by thiir presence the love and respect they felt for William Goebel A half holiday was declared at the State Capital and the officials and clerks almost to a man attended the James B paid a beautiful and touching tribute to Goebel recalling the fact that jus tice still cries out for the punishment of the men guilty of the murder Justice Goebel our dead Governors brother also made a short speech iu which he bitterly arraigned Gov Will son for granting pardons to Howard and and the others accused of icity in the murder Saved From Awful Peril I never felt so near my grave writes Lewis Cbamblin of ter Ohio R R No 3 as when a frightful cough and lung trouble me down to 115 pounds in spite of many remedies and the best doctors And that I am alive today is due solely to Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me Now I weigh 160 pounds and can work hard It al so cured my four children of croup Infallible for Coughs crud Cdis the most certain remedy for Asthma despepsa desperate lung trouble and all bronchial affections 50c and 100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by R E McRobeits 1m JIKYANTSV1LLE There is quite a good deal of in our community and It keeps both of our excellent physcians busy both day and night Mrs H BSweeney and Miss Belle Burke spent the weekend with relatives at Danvile Miss May me Balm has been e sick for the week and still ues very ill Dr and Mrs W Elliott spent Sunday with Lancaster Mr Logan Ison has been con fined to his f6r several days wi h tqc silos Mr and S H lay were over Jessamine last week Mr Mrs B P Swope visited relatives at MtjCreary recently Dunn sold a horse to Mr Tevi4 Thompson for 140 and Oa seeds first Duality and low 1 f ff sf B i Hudicn t n i el ry Pe tie i j IJ met president amend- Ing provide discoverer prupo i t unconquered nag Kentucky VIJ1 attend been oft appointed ext a Circuit Judges brother allow exercises senat r pulled it sickness qn M rfiltlves at room I ri 4 I k I t son presets burial il Circuit whatnot bI Crea comp blanch GaGrip Pat last tout Mrs Ear from and blr Tom Clover Timothy azr4 e l yj iic cas it A ri to is c i p I Agrlcltural Training in Public Schools Prof A H Gilbert of the College Agriculture State Utiiversitr has expressed his views as follows on the bill now pending in the Slat Senate providing for iastuctbn in In the curriculum as outlined by Superintended Crabbe and others about a year ago I notice that they recommended the iit otluciion of ag teaching in our public schools in comicoton with other courses but made it optional in all s That is while other funds mental saljo t are required the sub jest of agriculture is out n quired but recommended that l be taught till such as this is a step in the directior but it cannot exptct be complied with at once There no quest ijn at all but that the of agriculture should be taught in all the first class secondary schools in Kentucky The que Lion will be how to get it taught fficlenty at title A corps of teachers eau be trained in the special courses in the College of Agriculture but the ques ion is to provide teachers in tIle near future However it speaks well for tie general interest of certain legislators and the public in this question that it has been brought up at time The cultural Department of the Univers it while not putting ir self forward to control legislation is in to l ty out courses crud t recommend suitable to be taken io regard to the teaching of this branch and it is willing cooperate in every wav possible This movement sluuld mean a closer union between the secondary schools and the State University and especially a coser union between the flogs of ure In Kentucky where the farming interests predom largely the system of should be a logical one and ought to lead from one school to the University the highest in the educations1 system is readied Many boys and girls not being attend ege she ud have opportunity to learn about farm life in the lower had melancholy probably caused by an inactive liver A bad liver makes one cross and irritable causes mental and physical depression and may result disastrously Ballards Hertiie is acknowledged to be the perfect liver regulator If youre blue and out of orts get a bit tie today A positive cure for bilious headache Constipattou Cli Is and Fever and all liver complaints Sold by R E MoRoberts lin GILES Watch the Record grow Raymond Davit recently sold a milk cow to Robert Long for 40 x We are sorry to report that Ennis the handsome little daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew fctstts is very sick at thi4 Mr and Mr Eddie Chandler were visiting M and Mrs Raymond Davis last week Sam a horse to John Dailej bought a mule from B F Peel for 135 oho a horse from Ed Ware for 130 William Stotts is reported rick at writing D Fat hergill bought a horse from iSaulter Ham for 140 also a mule from Tom Brunner for 150 Wanted Eggs Eggs If ou want eggs give your fowls Bourbon Producer This is a natural condition powder for living hens which acts gently on the digestive and eggproducing organs ann makes them lay amazingly Trot it and see Sold by J R Mount Co BUCKEYE Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Mrs Jasper Nuel is sick at this writing Mr Wm Burton is on the sick list Mr J O Bogie was with homefolks part of last week Mr and Mrs George Ray spent 1 st Sunday with Mr and Mrs Forrest Curtis of Mt Hebron Miss Cordelia Rav spent several days last week with Mrs Forres Sttapp Chester Schooler of KirksySlle has been visiting sister Mrs Jafper Noel Mrs T O Hill has been visiting her daughter Mrs Walker Bradsnaw Mr A C Miles has pone Clear Water Fla for his liealt1 Why does Great Britian buy its oatmeal of us Certainly it seems like carrying to Newcastle to export ingoatmealto Scotland and yet andEuropeThe reason is simple while the eaten oatmeal in quantities and with aregularity that made them the most physically and active mentally of American eatingoatmeal and the to the methods of manufacture so that get that desirable foreign trade How well he has succeeded would be seen at a at the export re on Quaker ip without a in packages sadin hermetically aeal a U L J II agriculture ut ural clements this i a o subjects AJ so education another i rt able t r ell schoolsIHamlet I writing I Wylie sold s Gaheart for I thi Egg preparation t the Oats hundreds of thousands of cases of English and centuries I n miglt re ed 1 wJ a Y i was Aga poll fan t i tug isle until Jatue 5125 1 bit eve Com for fall time Oats ed Oc clku r- ni t Six ers Good for Something Subbubs What do you intend to do with that lot you bought in Swamp j hurst am thinking of malting a fishing preserve of it Brooklyn Life Nights 60 As You Race How many tired fathers and mutt in tliis town enter thH race every night carrying a babj And they wonder what the matter is Chances are the child is starving worms are eating allot its food Most children have worms yours neednt Whites Cream will get rid of the worms and strengthen the child Price 25 cents per Sold by R E MuRoberts 1m f I Commuter I Yermifu e Please 0 bottle c M Q g g 3 S g S 3 Q S Q 2 n g Q g 8 q 8 Q g fi g We have ecured the famous line f J C Corsets ranging fMm 1 to 250 Everyone guaranteed All styles I I g FISH HAMMACki PAINT LICK g We will send the Courier Journal for the next THREE MONTHS to you for 1OO R E McRoberts Nearly all woman suffer some pain at times due to the ailments peculiar to their sex If your trouble is yet in a mild form take Cardui to prevent it becoming more serious If you have suffered long years get Gardui at once Use persistently and it you r 1- I I I I I 1 1 I I I I L I t will help Take MillI Mrs L Eells of New Hartford la was afflicted for 24 years She writes For the past 24 years I have been afflicted with womb trouble causing extreme nervous ness pain in right side and back altogether making burden I tried doctors various others remedies without relief Finally I using Wine of Cardui Now T am entirely cured I cheerfulljr all siinilarrjr afflicted to try Car rthit bet S9Id lies and women rb S4f- r FY J rl rraJ iiiIEI w 60ming Harrow y 9J r T i i J Clarks Cutaway Harrow I jill Itill rJf I TTAfi ARRIVED AT i xK R Mount Son Co saves one team and one hand each J day you use it and leaves the ground p in good condition for seeding I The following farmers are usefng it and will not have I any other J E Robinson A R Denny J Wade Walker Frank Folger J N Denny J W Palmer J A Duty Owen East w S Walker Tf a Gooch H K Herndon I I AC Arnold Fri Joe B I Lfii 1IIiiIIiIiIIEi r i rI tienrods Walker t THE National Bank Of Lancaster Svphs20000 A R DBS XV rresideit J B STORM m Vice Prest f C DEUT Caskler J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DiRECTJpjs Saml D Cochran Alex E Denny A C Robinson John S C Dennv J L Gill Wl Williams Capital 50000 I E Stormes 1 IIij J J IVALItK 1PresIdent Clarks I Cut way IIHarrow i JS N2VIPe ORGANIZED W8j The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RISNKT Ass tCashr G D WALKKK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Proqpt and Careful Atteitfot DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Htison J J Walker T TU Arnold Alex Gibb Lew L Walker C A Arnold We wish to say to the public that hasnt been open regular for some time but wil be opened every Saturday Come in and get the best PHOT at the best prices The FOX STUDIO Daily CourietJournal ByMaiI Three Months and The Central Record One Year Both F itOiily 200 The price of the Dally is 6oo a year 150 for three months We have made a spcial arrangement whereby we will accept ordes for that dunig JANUARY FEE RUARY and MARCH ONLY at the ric for both named above Send in your subscription at once posted on the Proceedings of ttte Legislature Sunday CourierJournal not include i tkiofer Seadsocts additional if Sunday issue is desired WEEKLY COURI Et JOURNAL is good a paper as it wall Wci itffl f i fsk Weekly and aper both year UK ilii JOURNAL to get adv t f ftki cirt I TIlE FOX no S L A Bar aiD FOR v u r k p p rand r 1 1 o J i 0 Orders be senttowpa tth couJtt f L c H V w ry Tt7DIO s r Courier ntaal o and t r r1c J natal slot tiC y our oil 4 t r MUST tai 3tt h a- M i4- A Gossip About Ne A Brief Me ti M f the Cenwcs aae Oehgi Ly These Wz Are bteratea la R H BatsoQ was in Lexington MondayMr K Walker was in Louisville this week Hr T B Blight of Danville was i town Sunday Herbert Price of Danville was a it r bere Monday James West of Louisville was ner for several days Mr Wm Goodloe ot Paris was i our midst the past week MtssEffts Kennedy Richmond i visiting Miss Ella Henry Frazier Hurt leaves next week for business tiip to Cincinnati Harris of Hubble the guest of Miss Irene Romans Miss Polly Traylor ot Lincoln the guest of Miss A 11013 Herndon Mr Richard Ware of Cincinnati has joined hurwife here for a visit Mr J B was in Cincinnati and Louisville on business this week Miss Hattie Brown of Preachers is the guest of Mrs Wm Law sonMr and Mrs J W Sweeney made a several days stay in Lexington this week Ollie Tenill of Pint Lick visited Lancaster friends the first of the Kennedy of Richmond came Thursday for a visit t Miss Ella HenryMr Mrs Ed Price visited Dr and S P Grant of Danville TuesdayMr Mrs James I Hamilton are at home a stay in Memphis TennesseeMrs Bohon Campbell of Stauford has been with her mother Mrs Joanna Ball Miss Cordelia Hamilton of Middles bro is here for a visit to lint mother Mrs Sarah Hamilton Mrs Herbert Price of Danville has been vith her grandraetb Mrs D M Lackey for several days Mr and Mrs Louis Landram of Richmond were the recent gusts of Mrs H A B Mirksbury Mrs Jesse Arnold has returned to Frankfort after a short visit to her mother Mrs Ellen Bettis Misses A Hie Yantis and Martha Kavnauyh were the guest of Miss Kathleen Walter this week Mrs O W Potts and children of Richmond came Friday for a visit to Mrs Potts sister Mrs Mr A Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City was called here Friday by the death of his father Mr D 31 Lackey Mr and Mrs Charles McGugin of Howard Ohio are the guests of Miss es Bertha and Bettie Walker Burn side Burnside is at home again after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Charles McGuigin of Howard Ohio Miss Mary Kate Singleton left Mon day for a stay of some weeks in Cincin nati in one of the leading millinery houses Misses Kate Hempbill of Nicholas vAle and Edna Shriver 111 arrive this week for avisit to Miss Miry Arnold Mr Lige Ford who is attending State University at Lexington visited his fatberJudge A D Ford Saturday and Sunday Mr J R Mount the un veiling of the Wm Goebel monument at Frankfort last Thursday also went to Louisvile to attend a meeting of the Hardware Association Elder F M Tinder Messrs V A Tear and James A Beazley were in at tendance tbis week at the AntiSa loon League convtntinn wbicb was held in Frankfort tbe JtbStb and 9tb The fclliwing ones attended tbe burial in Richmond Saturday of one of Lancaster oldest and most highly revered ciiizens M D M Lackey Mr A R Denny Mrs Mattie Dun can Mr and Mrs Charles Ballew Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside S C Denny Rev C C Brown Mrs JohnM Farra Senator George T Farris Messrs Ray mond and Joe Haselden Judge George B Nelson of Win chester announces the engagement of his daughter Miss Theodosia to Mr Thomas M Hampton also of Wiacbester The prospective groom is wellknown bere as be was a teach er In Garrards Graded Shool when Prof James Patterson had charge of the institution He a cousin of Dr T J Hood and sister Mtas Emma ad quite a wealthy farmer and is to b congratulated upon wianttf such a worthy helpmate wit N A CmftMi When Editor J P SOSBWW ofCor reliiw B C bruised bi it fittried aa ugly sore Maay aalves and ointnenta proved wojthlew Then BackteaK Arafca Salj a1ed it thor OBfftily iNotbte is o and oy 1 a Miss Lavisa is Is Con vIle week Erne V Mrs Iron I1tr Bert Soper Miss Bertha ofNebo will attended Ii i sf ie rm8ers tCon IIJ 2 at 1IiI I I I U Lrr firr iu viE r 1 Miss I e i t4 S badly 7 4 pro Boils lana Irwias Lancaster Record Sold Mr F S Hughes has sold the caster RECOUP to Mr Green Walker who took cjiatge of Monday Mr Walker is a son of tl late Judge Wm Walker welremei bered by Richmond people and is young man of great energy and The Climax welcomes him to the and wishes unbounded success Ricl mond Climax Hendren Little Emma Louise Hendren years of age died at her home Lancaster on Saturday morning a months illness She was an bright and happy child and her ways and beautiful face gave to all who saw hei while she the light and joy of her home Little Louise left behind to mourn her loss her fattier and mother M and S Hendren three sisters Mrs Oscar Hell on of Kirksville Hendren of Madison Institute Al ie Hendren and two brothers Jesse and Owen Simpson Hendren While they ill a ways remember with min gled joy and sorrow the precious child who for such a short time filled Urge a place in their hearts and home They are consoled by the the thought that she is happy now in the of the Great Mister who loves little children and the two baby brothers and a baby sister on the other side The numerous friends and relatives in this and adjoining counlies were deeply giieved to know of her death Many of them met at tbe home Sun day for the funeral services conducted by Rev O P Busu assisted by Eld F M Tiider filljwed by interment ip the Lancaster cemetery Better Sidewalks Most of our neigbonng towns have been improving their sidewalks and as we live in and age of improvement why not Lancaster follow and get inon this good work as a starter we would like to see cement walks around the public square It would improve the town wonderfully as well as to make the property more valuable and we do not believe there is a property owner who is a business man who would not willingly indorse this move ment It would enhance the value of pro perty as well as being beneficial to ill citizens It would impress strangers who visit our town a view of in vesting money and show them that the people from TIlE LAND OF NOW are wide awake people and look after the best the little city of Lancaster Let every good citizen talk this up if our council believes its the vil if the people and hear the people say want better walks then it wont lung before an ordinance will be tassed This is one of the many improve we need so lets go after this get it then we can see what is vvi 1 of the people towards the improvements 1 venture to that once the goad work is started twill not stop until Lancaster has better sidewalks or at least as good as neighboring towns School Notes Miss Elkin opened her Art studies Mondry Jan 31st and has a good class several other members promise o j iu soon The school will haye appropriate exercIses for Washingtons birthday elebration on the afternoon of the wentrfirst at 230 There will be no chool on the twenty second Several new students have enrolled or the list half years work We now thirty seven tuition pupils the largest number for the thtee years The following pupils made an grade of 90 or over for the last and their names have been on the Roll of Honor PimerGrade Jean Cochran Scott Hudson Eugenia Moss Ezra Dtlla Rice Hughes Bettie Respess Robert Hagan First Brown Neal Elmore Tbelma Hamilton Stella Sue Fisher Respess Mitchell M 11 tha Ward Sweeney Tom iv Walker Bradford Williams Jose Burnside Second Grant Belle Romans Clayton Morrow Fiisbie Williim Kinnaird oseph Ballou Vivian Prather Earl Jennings Bernice Champ Pearl Dick rson Wesley Brown Dickerson Wil e Sanders John Cox Clay Mdler Third Grade Mildred Beazley Robinson Cook Mary Lee Leir Reid Elmer Boyle Wilma Robert Brown James Tinder Estis Florence Acton Walter Gladys Frisbie James S ler Fourth Rigney Georgia Moss Rice mon Woodruff Williams Mary Nellie Cox Fifth Grade Dalton Rich Bert imbry Joe West Katherine Bourne lines Nevius Sixth Prather Mie Mamie Stormes Dunn Flor ice Johnson Annie Belle Ballard Seventh Grade Jennie Cox StEla Elizabeth Ford Gowen Helen Robinson Eighth Grade Lucian Grant lelyh Young Mamie Calico Ector Bernie Lear Mary Clay Wil Marie Ballard Elizabeth Col er Carl Acton Mary Johnston on Eliza Cox Eliza Ninth Grade Kate Hqltzclaw Tinder Mattie Adamp Tenth Grade CharIfa Dunn Several other students fell only a title below 90 The work of t bool s very good very few having tiled to make whichH e of 70i i J 1 J 1jr c Clay ability fold three near after unusually sweet happiness was Mrs Stella and so company suit ill interestsof and they be men Is and the other say our with have enrolled past average quarter placed Porter Pollard GradeMary Henry I Tinder pblne GradeBowman Carrie Hudson Annie Henry Harvey Cox GradeCharlie Elmore Alice ill Wood GradeOra Powell Sanders Bourne Lawson Hams Robert To ml1 os lie Wan DW Brld L I t t f e l J e l v2 Lao sam T beautiful Vi Todd Prank than the paijg giad J Matrimonial Hint There is no doubt that a great berof silly glils give their first thoughts to idle dreams of matrimony They care for nothing coveted goal and in so doing improv ment elevation and dignified woman hood are forgotten Long ere they qualified for of married they willingly take tbe reSponsibilities upon them providing any one for their hand and when tbe marriaf vows are spoken tbe heart is rid of a immense burden tbe object of life attained under twenty any business to think of marriage 1 she finds in one of the sex responding with her own let her admire and enjoy it but not t an extent that the heart with love and the mind a wilderness of air catles Shelby Record Forget The Bad If you would increase your happiness and prolong your life forget neighbors faults Forget the slande you have heard Forget tbe tempta tions Forget the fault finding give little thought to the cause that provoked it Forget tbe pecularitie of your friends and only remember the good pcints that snake you fond them Forget all personal quarrels o histories that you have heard by acci dent and which if repeated seem a 1000 times worse than they Blot out as far as possible all the di agrecables of life they will come but they will grow larger as you remem ber them and constant thought of the acts of meanness or worse still malice will only tend to more fam iliar with Obliterate every thing disagreeable from yesterday start cut with a clean sheet for today and write upon it forsweet memorys sake onlv those things that are lovely and lovable Lutheran Observer The Hlndman School Many of the readers of the RECORD have learned with the deepest regret of the destruction of the school build ings at Hindman Knott county by the recent fire This school has bad the same misfortune twice before The W C T U organizition of are responsible for this school and many of the good women of tbis county in that organizition have worked and and success Misses Petitt and Stone have made a great sacrifice For its success It is located in the very heat t of the mountains of Kentucky and the opportunity for work is almost unlimited The good accomplished in this educational un lei taking is almost like fiction and source of satisfaction to the W C U members and the entire public hat ihe cilizensof the little mountain in which this school is located io appreciated the of the school that they very promptly subscribed thousand dollars to assist inHbe ebuilding We commend those the work in the past and hope or it a greater future Dog Law We have had for more than two what is known as the dog law The purpose of which was to give the rowers of sheep pay for the animals tilled and injured by the worthless logs of the country Under the of this law the owners of each over four months old s required o list it for taxation and if he is der in this duty is subjec to fine of dollars The tax on each dog is dollar and any one having listed a and falls to pay the tax is subject o a fine of twenty five dollars We leartily approve the purpose of this but is it being enforced Tbe firet year the tax collected on logs in Garrard county exceeded the laims allowed by the Fiscal court for beep killed and injured bv dogs hundred dollars Last year tbe laims allowed exceeded the dog tax will as required be prorated mong the loosers ofsheep This vear be claims coming in for sheep killed injured are surprisingly large and in all probability be greatly in of the dog tax Those engaged in the sheep raising Industry will observe tbe penalties for who fail to list tbe dogs and pay tie tax and see to it that the law is enforced Monday morning complaint was to the authorities that Oscar colored living near town was arboring a dog that has been killing Robert Clarks sheep Upon it was found that be had not this dog for taxation He was ran brought before Judge Fords court violating the dog law and was ten dollars and an order made to ill the dog Many others both white colored would likely share the fate if the facts were known investigation made Public Sale Having decided to move I will on VTUBDAY FEBRUARY 12 1910 my placeJon Lexingtop pike 2f fifom A cattle 50 shoats Sale bdjein at 10 oclock Terms knowon day of sale ASH ARNOLD m Bourne Auct Tk All Mny Often all a man earns goes to doe is or for medicines to cure a Stom hLiyrojr Kidney trouble that Dr tog g tlfePUlB would quietly re at slight cost Best for Dyspep i Jmditfegtion BiliousoesB Cowti itlofl Jaundice Miliria sad DeWl I C C S t S s 4 1 i I dO num best but the are tbecares Ute aspires Is No gui has all posltlon such Is ablaze your and of would are make iou contributed to its maintenance East rn T town wok ten years It provisions dOll C licit ten one dog law several and l and will ext cess those s t made Bottom Investigation listed for fined and Name ora little HI t C 8f t RL cR i p I f g t t a t e h k S a b s I reaching opposite them Kentucky Its behind t miles o the high eat a d boa bidde the following tock viz Tb fine bar as rses 5 broodmares 9 pair f or ules from2 to years Id a 20 bea of sh e nd lanibs also 100- arrels corn made New v 15cat berts- f J tf1 Louisville For Richmond Lexington Cioci nati and Intermediate stations 514 m 1114 1 m p m For Stanford Corbin Knoxville points South 940 a m and 835 p i For Stanford Lebanon LouisvIlle and points North and Soutb 214 YWTU ITINTmS COLUMN of Kokomo fcnce W if Romans nd Shoes s 24 Buy the famous wholesale 121tf A ftSn1 For sale cheap a fine wardrobe Apply at this office tf Two nice milk cows foe sale 17 E C McWhorter Paint Lick J- TI wtfl save you fns plow gear W JjXomans We handle the famous Cross r 24tf d red sow If found report to this office Phone 47 f line in the grocery 24tf id for Turner 24tf est mar 211tf arge supply of work mule Any one wishing to buy in 211tf arp Contractor For Dining room rtte bed room suite some oddailes and chairs good s new Fur particulars apply at this office 24tf For Sal Dining room suit baa room suitodd hairs sideboard 2 hina cabinets a handsome table ViUgood as new wil1 ell cheap Appl this office I am operating a grist millat Mr tanford ass meal on T lday and F d ry Give me trial J L 2t For Sal 50 bushels Jarn cured Ky aeedjSl 20 900 bu extra nice rchari ass seed L50 f Shelby 43t Junction City Ky Notice is hereby giveruof the dissc ol the Qarraid Company nd that its is being closed gainst it t will present them at nee Garrard Hotel Co By Logan President John M 24 4t Thresher For Sal Complete Gaar consist g of 18 H P engine with Jacket etc tanks that 5 barrels engine has never n is new lust from the separator is 31x49 big lindeq ith wind stacker and bag T Has threshed six thousand bush It is just as good as new Will on three fall payments A bar it sold at once Leslie TBradsbaw 58tf BradsbawfJirstKy JUDSON Mr Bill Grimes bought of Mr Ash a fine Jerey cow for 25 50 Mr Thomas bought of Mr a fine mare for 105 Miss Nannie B Clark has returned me after a few days visit to her of Danville Mrs Laura Clark has returned home tera visit to her son Mr John Clark Danville Horrible Contingency Averted A man IB Park avenue deserted his after four days because she on him to button her shoes We shudder to think what might have had she asked him to buttoa dress New York Herald President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orpbaas have been by the President efjtbe Industrial Ordhans Home at Macon Gar writes We have used Electric in this restitution for nine It has proved a most excellent for Stomach Liver and Kid jy troubles We regard it as one of family medicines on eartb invigorates all vital organs puiifies blood aid8 digestion creates To Btrengtben and build up this weak cbildrMLor rundown It has no equal Beat forfjfrr coraplalats Only SOc t B cBobcrta 1m Tim Table a and140 and pm FIN I J Twnicg ads 24 U Try D by R Phone w and 24 tf Prather S k yards o street a d arantee rs run a eadows Blue- Grass lu lon otel I up and If a ne has any claims H T Farra Sbcr tary Scott do e bree bold Is be ed t factory e else lain Arnold Naylor Speaks brother ot brIe called her helped and Bitters rears D c j c s 2 a o c g i h a t t- I i 4 NashVille oss fi from W alke retail Cox new lipe of Qr and notions just opened mon brand of LOSTA S pig ner flu count BhI me your oduce I pa high price or cash W D r- G prices on wa n bridles and eching W oma- ns2tf FrSal- I Ii ye on ho see W B 1 haveth W am J Oliver plow t rong s and hg test oniog- p1 on th arket Jtfj qL1inansJ4 1 have a ster ch- ear51rtyr coiling Dq1- i and Sue and I Jas hit Cab ell 4 p happened who medicine the best It the appetite pale people Male REPORT OF THE CONDiTHM Citizens National Ban OF TERKYAT Close of Jan 3tst 1910 URCES Loans and discounts 216596 Overdrafts secured t unsecured 3311 00Bondsire and fixtures 5000 Due from State and rlvate Banks and Bankers t Companies and Savings 5500 Dne upuroved erve agents 79403 Checks and other caal items sss and cents 115 LAWFUL MONEY RES Specie 148X1 00 Legaltender notes i 6715 00 I 21W8 Redemption fund urer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 TOTAL 385424 stock paid In 1 Surplus fund J 25000 taxes 5134 S Bank notes outstanding 49400 Individual check 251063 Cashiers Checks outstanding 100 Reserved TOTAL 1 j STATE OF KENTUCKY OF GARRARD ss ment is true to the best of n knowledge Cashier S C Public Expires January B 1912 CORRECT Attest C A ARNOLD J S JOHNSON REPORT OFTHE CONDITION CHTo 1493 OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Bin Jan 31 1910 RES URCES and discounts 146439 21 Overdrafts secured a unsecured 1398 31 S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities et 226TO 00 UnkinKhousefurnl ire and fixtures 700000 frtm National lot reserve agents 2JJ45 55 from approved rye agents OlflSS 14 Checks and other cas items Notes of other Nation 1 Banks 4590 00 ractionni paper curre icynlckelscts 86 51 RESE IVE IN BANK viz SpecIe t 7055 00 egaltender notes 9410 00 16465 CO Redemption Fund will S 5 of circulation Total I 321359 18 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in I 20000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 6863 38 National Bank Notes 49 00 00 Individual deposits to check 193 44 72 Certified Checks Reserved for Taxes i 1426 08 Total t321J 9 18 I S C DENNY Cashier of the above bank do solemnly swear that the above tatement is true to the best of my knowledge belief Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd of Feb 1910 O Rigney Notary Public My Commission expires Feb 20 1910 ORKECT Attest J E STORIES J L GILL v Directors- W I WILLIAMS PUBLIC SALE GOOD BLU FARM Having ed to quit farming 1 1130 a jaon the premises if not piivatiy my faim of 108 acres situated injessamine county it a good frame dwelling of jrith 32x40 feet iif een or twnty land is for tobacco culture 70 adres In Come aiidilook this farm over known pn day of sale or application to E H RITCHIE Wilmore Ky pnorie 695 Route No 2 rc 0 TIlE N LANC Busin ss RE 19 d 55 00 Tr Ban 82 r 00FractionalYg Ix BANK VIZ 00 w 00 92 LIABI IES 00 00 profits less enses and National 00 00 for Taxes li CooN namedbankand belief B F DSON 2nddayCommission JJ WALKER I DIrectors The d U Due B ks Due 58t6 46 LAWFUL IOl Y Treasurer 50000 00 O standing sub ct 25 00 STATEOF TUCKYCOUNTY OFGAJUtARDSS named and S C day W GRAS dec will offer at p 1Ie sale WEDN Y FFtB16tb 1910 at saId r 58 two and north of Wil more Xy xinarton and Bar This farm well water ed bas n ten and l necessary barn acre of Terms ade on New It 288 35 as 1726 383424 92 Denny OFTHEV NATIONAL BANKI Loans 250000 eiaif njles oithe rodsbur4Pike f1ja spIend rons outbuIld- Ings sto4 suitable wheat if I 1 COLUMBIA DoubleDisc Records 65c They fit any machine and outwear any other in the Double value for your money Call in Get acatalo SEND YOUR JOB WQIIIC TO I Fr HURT 0 tffI 0 r f1 L r ifOor records world u THECEHTkALRECORDOPPltE YOUR ACCOUNT IS Please Call and Settle Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co 1 GROCERIEST LrOAVESTmay al ways be found at our store We handle the bestgoods oa the absolutely PuRE FRESH UfBW and CLEAR Your patronage appreciated W D WALKER v Phone 181 Prompt Delivery THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5000000 R E McRoberts Pres Banks Hudsoa Vice Preau K I BartoaV ce Pres J W Elmore Cashier D A Thoraaa As t Cashier R L Elkia BookKeeper Comparative statement of its growth Individual Deposits January 1907 1655474 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 1 909 1 645236 Jan 1 13564758 Wliy you sbouldopatronize BECAUSE 1st Our Officers and Employees are men of sterling integrity 2nd We do business on a conservative basis 3rd We strive always to accord prompt and courteous all our friends and patrons 4th Your Money Is Safe when left in ourcare In addition to all other precautions for safety we carry ample fidelity and burglary insurance Our surplus is growing rapidly and we are becoming stronger each day Try us and you will never regret it Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky WAGONS We have just received a car load o- fGolumbusWa sizes and at to terest you PLOWSW- ehave a large assortment of Vulcan Plows and all kinds of Farming Implements Wire Peace American Field Fence no better made at higlier price See it before buying r Bring us your Produce Becker dBryantsville Ky 4 0- s I lir rv III D eI I II r tit OOOOOOf2 I I Ix PRICES Imark X r I I t 1910 I THE PEOPLES BANK service- to X XS I I I 1 In various prices IDI- om yo i1 1 fl4 BAd i t i ir S II I I- Fz 1 H I T h- oooQoooooo Atm ooooooooooo oooooo ENr1 r- I t VV J l I I I 22 1 r jV1 J 4 Parrn and Stock carlton JSIklri Ixiught a team til Dups at Burgta this week for 42500 Gott a sow and six vplgs from S H Estes for 233 00 W B Burton sold to W F Sbop sbear of Winchester a fiue three gaited saddle horse for 275 7 w Duckworth of Niholasville bought ten from J B Rub l of lower Garrard for 190 per bead f Col Dave Pre itt of Danville well r knoWn s 1 1 his race colt Ben 5 Jw K Sleet candidate for the Kentucky eV to Ed Corrigan Price ff but understood ro be more than 2500 of all kind sold high in Rich mond Monday W B Burton bought seven mules at 19000 per head also bought three hones at 16500 per head Will Denny bought a mule fur 20000 4Mr W B Burton sold to Mr Yantis a pair of mules for 335 t to 3I G A Swinebroad a pair of 3 yearulds for 325 Also to Speaks i Bros a pair for 360 and to W L Law i son a pair for 390 In Holland the cows are arranged in the stalls so that the largest tIDes are in the center thus giving tie herd a- more uniform appearance and causing them to make a more pleasing Impre ion upon a prospective buver Since so many of the cows are sold for dairy purposes this is a rather important item in the dairy management1V Mr Duke Gnodloe now living near Springfield Wisbingt n County but mlate resident of Garrard has proven himself to be a tobacco grower the last season he put in two acres of the weed aria realizd 80000 from the cultivation of tLis limited acreage This speaks well not only for Mr GoodloeK thrift in the cultiva lion of tobacco but also for the high productiveness of farm lind in Spring field During the cold weather we called T pop two farmers who were diferent of a farmer One was a grain farmer and the other a stock farmer Tire grain farmer had nothing to do odder a milk cow and a few plow horse He remarked to us Gee but it is lonesome on the farm this Winter The other was as busy as thi proverbial bird dog and he greeted us Glad to see but I am so busy that I havent tme to eat The winter is my time for making money and it looks as if 1 wonll do detter than usual tbis tme You pay your money and you take your choice but Tor us give us the livestock farmer for asuccess every time Ex Questions The Census Kentucky farmers will DC asked a long list of quest ions when the 1910 census enumerator strikes them for an accounting There are fiftynine in qufries that must heanswered by ev ery farmer in the Uritert States oper ating on three acres or more Detailed information covering every department of the farm including the expensce of its maintenance the cost of producing various crops live stock et and the amount realized on such products during the is sought first inquiries on the blank are the usual questions designed to fully blisb the identity of the farm the til of time he has occupied the farm etc Following these the to be inquired into briefly stated arm acreage April 15 1910 arm value April 15 1910 lixed tenure art gage indebtedness April 15 owned but not operated by and mules jind burros ala born on the farm duriog liiaals Domestic anim tured Wool or mohair goat hair shorn in 1909 Dairy products in 1909 Fowls over three months old on tbe farm 1910 Fowls and eggs produced in 1909 Beesand boney Gram and seedp Say and forage Sundry crops cotton including In this inquiry Snail fruits Orchard fruits Grapes Pam Garden Vegetables produced Crops grows for sugar in 1909 Flowers aaraery fctock etc LTa f1TT L Forest produced in 1909 Sales of specified products in 1909 Fruit products produced in 1909 Pasture and inigaiion by Hands will jet fato Mischief often it means S KUII or cot or scald Apply Bal Iu4 Snow Liniment just as soon as tbe accident happens aDd tbe pain will be relieved while tbe wound will beat quickly and nicely A sure cure for sprains Rbeu atfc and all pains Pifce 25c 50c aad tLOO a bottle Sold EMcRoberte 1m Subscribe for itecort I t 4 1 z i W B b lugbt k JJ fr f oZ I mul s Po i h flIp derby Stock 7 0 w i I 0 t champ JO Wizhin I J types ut 1 11 r z wit list year The subjects as Pure r or P3f April 15 J If i J90- 9t c t iO jl by t T v T a 4 1 JJ z private 4 TonI k t 4z L t b a r 1 you 4 1 it C flhjwr pense 4 1 if b 4 T a L i Gossip seldom gossip because they informed concerning all the scandals by merely sitting around and listening to the women Ambergris and Amber There is some popular confusion of ambergris with amber in fact how ever there is no relation between ffiem But for a long time the of ambergris was hidden in mystery In ancient days it was commonly be lieved that it flowed up from the bot tom of the sea Sinbad the Sailor tells of a spring of ambergris that he found but it was in a crude state The fish swallowed it and then it in congealed form and in this condition it floated on the surface of the sea This story harmonizes perfectly with the old Arabian belief Worn Out Thats the way you about the lungs when you have a hacking cough Its foolishness to let it go on and trust to luck to get over it when Bal lards Horebound Syrup will stop the cough and heal the lungs Price 25c 50c and 100 per bottle Sold by B E McRoberts 1m AAKSBUKY Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Miss Brunes has returned from a viit lo her sister Mrs LOWJV of Wilmurr She was accompanied home by her niece Mi Juii Lowry who I spend three weeks with her- On a recent visit to Mr Henry Tomiinson took with him two turkeys each weighing about 14 lbs The turkeys were sold to the propria tor of a hoU1 bringing in cash 8 47 Noah Mtrsee bought 2 year old mule from C M Jenkins for 125 Mark Goins bought a horse from Eurestus R id for 200 John Royston sold a horse to N G Gosney price 100 William Doolin bought 14 sheep at 1 per head from J W Baney Robert Speaks bought of Will 1 pair mules price 360 Mrs White Marsee has been very sick fur a few days but is better at this wii ing PAINT LICK Miss Nancy Terry of Richmond spent from Saturday till Monday with her parents here M Martha Ely has returned from Paiii where she attended the of her daughter Miss Pearl Miss Chestine Rucker is in Rich mond visiting her brother Mr J P Rucker and wife Miss Virgiuii Con of Hyattsville is the guest of fi lends here Mrs H L Wallace has for her guests Mrs Wi1 Wallace of and Mrs Dee Woods and daughter Mimic of Stanford Mr George Slavin has been quite sick Mr R p Gregory of Lancaster was In our inilst lastvreek Rev Fern of Lexington filled the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Mr Rhea King of California is spending sometime with bis parents Mr and Mrs Will Rug Miss Matlij Woods spend last with her slfetir at Richmond Mr W F Champ of Lancaster was a visitor here Monday Mr Henry Blankenship is very sick Mrs James Rigsby has been quite sick but is better Mrs Mcllle Kirby of Lowell has been with her fatiec here Mr John Bell and wife were bis parents Sunday Mr J R Rigsby bought 5 shoats of Galen Rodgers for 15 Richardson V Lawrence bought 26 J M Cress at 7 cents Rev Pierce Bryant will preach at the Baptist church Saturday and Sun day visit ing Mrs T W Jones at Stan ford J R BigsbfscRja sow find eight pigs to Mr James or 3250 Mr 31 F Lawrence vhited his fath er Mr James Lawrence at Gum Sul phur Miss Annie Belle Smith of near Walnut Flat visited her aunt last Sunday Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Mrs Marlnda Blinkenship was call ed to Brodhead list week to the bed side of her dying mother Mrs Jane Bell who has been visit ing herson Mr James M Bell at Paint Lick nas returned bom We regret to alive Mr aufley Hughes up as editor of the Central Record but wish Mr Walker much success and hope he will continue to make as newsy a paper as did his pre decessor Mrs J M Cres sold till worth of eg s last year from 90 hens besides what she used for hatching and do aestic purposes She thinksno breed of chickens equal the Brown Leghorn M Henry Lunsfurda young horse which he was riding was frig bteaed byndoKlgbtandtbewbim his foot catching in the stirrup aad be was then dragged some distance He was uBCoosciouB for a tine awf bad to have eeni ttitcbes UkM la to scalp y Men can keep nature disgorged fe Betlle i Lexington Burton Lexington Tuesday visiting shoats of Susan Cress and family were week w marriage PREACHERS VILLE lat C FARMERS COLUMN dPaee below thU heading ia for tbeexcln slve use of our farmer subscriber and is for the sale of grain and such things on farm as tbe farmer cannot afford to adver tise No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only in two issues of tbe RECORD free of charge Fifty good sheep for sale Bright Herring P K Herndon has 6 good hemp brakes for sale cheap 3 dozen plymoth rock hens for sale Jim Parson Preacbersvile Ky I have a Erasier cart as good as new will sell worth the money Phone 190 S W Moss 1 hive S C Brown Leghcrn Cock rels for sale Phone 380G Mrs J M Cress Stanford R F D 4 A few Silverlaced Wyandot roosters for sale Phone Mrs A J Rice 1 21 2t Marksbury Ky For have about 200 locust posts for fence Are on the pike handy See them J P Ballard Preachersville Ky Pure Orplington cockerels for sale Lee Holtzclaw Gilberts Creek I will sell at Nunnelleys stock yards at Stanford Monday Feb 14 12 twoyeaiold mules and 9 twoyeari Id Jersey heifers to be fresh in early spring W H Rigney Strayed from my place on January Itt a white fox hound with large ng Iv bead left ear red and black spot on hip Return to W A Arnold Livery Lancaster and receive rewardDan The Sliding Scale Willie My papa always applies the golden rule Tommy Huh I get all thats comin to me from a wooden Transcript Platinum Merely Byproduct In British Columbia platinum Is found in many of the alluvial gold workings where it can be saved as a byproduct The saving of it in a way is however attended with so much trouble that it has been prac ticaily neglected and no appreciable pi eduction made recently STONE Mrs Mary B Preston is very sick at this writing Willi urn tbe little son of Mr and Mrs Walter Fayne is very sick Mr Alex Letcher is numbered with the sick Mr George Murphy is with his cous in Mr George Anderson Miss Eyeree Carrer of Loyd is the charming guest of Misses Maymie and Alins Crutcbflfld- M Minard Lane was a visitor in Mndison last week Mr Lynn Cobb wife and lithe daughter Mittie were visitors at Mr R H Preston Sunday Mr Teyte Prestos of Danville was the guest of his mother Sunday Misses Pearl and Bettie Sberrow and Inez Preston of Bourne were the charming guest of Mi s Ida Lemay Sunday Miss Alice Snyder of this place spent last week with her mother Mrs Mary B Snyderof Loyd Miss A B Sanders was a visitor of Miss L L Preston Sunday Messrs A T Sanders and T Hicks court at Richmond Mmday Mr Mead Teater was in Lexington last week Mr Mtlcum Osbourne is at the Dan ville hospital having his eyes treated Mrs H R Montgomery and Wilbert were guest of her mother at Stone Sunday and Monday Miss Myrnie louse was a visitor of the Misses Crutchfield Saturdaynight Mr and Mrs Geo Thompson and Joe Hicks were guests of Hr cc flicks and flajsHy at Judsoc Sunday Mr and Mrs C M Mobley visited their daughter Mrs J T Speaks at Mirksbury list week Misses Mattie Ray and Carrie Pres ton of Danville are spending several weeks it tbis place with relatives Mr Will Grow wife and little daughter Lucy visited Mr Edd Grow and wife last week Clover Timotby and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Mrs Florence Sullivan of Denson Col is with her mother Mrs Mary Simpson for several weeks Mr Henry Teater surprised his friends by going to Indiana and bring ing back With him a bride We wish Mr and bride a happy and pro perous life M CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discof i I stock SaleI at 75c a piece eggs at 50c a setting Mrs oneBoston fn all son eater ss uSssuIsfrii1sssseSsesI ire Also attended iiLL SIf ttaICK k- TIWusFI E McRoHerti Drug NLTIIMATMISLVUSTU- SSSLEgVA4ZsnMTIpAOTC1 02 ONU ZaIUk- L Sore z HEN CABINET JANES WAY 4 1 v O8T folks think Henrys quiet And in a crowd o com pny he Just shuts up like a clam But somehow r other Jane you know Shes Henrys brothers wife She makes him talk you never see The beat in all your life Now Henrys fond o fishin And Jane talks at a stretch Bout minnypails fish In poles An every kind o ketch He knows a lot of tannin and Jane asks about the land And craps and things till Henry starts And talks to beat the band I dont know why when hes with us His voice is never beard But Janes so slick she makes him talk And laughs at every word It may be tact they call it or A jolly that she hands him But I guess he explains it when He says she understands him Hints for LeftOvers To those who buy expecting to have leftovers we would apply the famous advice to those about to marry Dont Especially In summer is it incum bent upon the housewife to buy close ly and with an eye to Immediate use For all particularly fruit is subject to rapid bacteria decay Some of the succulent vegetables beans peas corn and stewed toma better for being kept on Ice a day after cooking but they should be quickly chilled on being taken from the stove Cooked meats should also be cooled rapidly Put them in a cold place at once or they will sour In the cooling A good plan is to stand the dish in a pan of cold water changing the water frequently until the food is cool when it should be put into the refrigerator Do not cover food while cooking Save Everything A spoonful of tomatoes will improve the morning omelet a cold potato will give you cream soup for lunch and in a dainty salad is made from a combination of asparagus beans beets and all of these with French or Mayonnaise dressing Russian salad combines meat and vegetablesFor salad use only the vegetables mixed with a little plenty of onion and a dash of celery seed CABINET TO THE DANDELION and foodsbut toesare summer olivesany watercress tIJJiv I IM111EN HE poets sing of colum bine and gorgeous marigold Of tulips and the red and white of roses About the lilies of the field the Bible sang of old These I agree make mighty pretty posies But would you know he flower that you can always rely on To come up smiling every time It Is the Most flowers are kind 0 delicate and need a heap o care dandelion Why yrfu even have to coddle And cant be out late nor stand the evening air But have to go to bed like four oclocks But the hardy little dandelion asks a scrap of earth And there hell grow and blossom for all that he Is worth And some need certain climates and take different degrees The orchids and some other kinds are cranky But the dandelion every sort of air with him agrees Hell grow alike for southerner and Yankee I know he wears a golden crown and has a kingly bend But like the true aristocrat hes every bodys friend Marrons Glaces This is a sweetmeat as difficult to prepare as it is delicious Shell somexlarge Italian chestnuts and blanche them In boiling water to wklcb baa been added some lemon Juice vfce tIle outer and Inner shell can be without breaking the nut drop each nut in water part sugar to two of Lay the nuts in this and sim mer gently till they are tender and the sirup is thick Bottle and cork like ordinary fruit till wanted For use drain from the sirup boil sugar till it cracks and in this dip the nuts singly and dry im the oven or on oiled plates A Picnic Kettle There is on the market a picnic kettle fashioned like an ordinary lamp and pan with the addition of ah iron screen for protection against the wind Tjo use this In the city one must have a permit from the proper authorities Sometimes the park policemen wink at the little flrea make by picnickers but more oftea the improvised dinner Is spoiled by bluecoated Tribulations of the Major It was a custom 100 years ago to purchase British commissions for newly born their rank pro greasing as opportunity occurred One of these fortunate infants was the son of Sir William Hoaeyman One day a caller heard Lady HoneyBian shout from her bedroom door Jean the matter Whats all that crying T And Jean answered lOfc y ledy t ere naetking the utter Its only the major am Infant greeting cryif for Us par ritcli hollyhocks othersthey removed warm acidu- lated onO water the nuts however Jn reference I0 babes lathe BUr spirit what a a Lath Old Fashion Corn Meal is made on genuine French Burs from Sound Clean Corn The life Qf the Meal is not burnt out in the grind ing and is guaranteed to give satisfaction Creamery Butter is made from pure cream by modern methods and is the best that money can buy If your grocer does not handle Creamery Butter or Old Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give you the name of one who does We also sell Coal and Brick and will ap predate your patronage Henley V at the Creamery SS S tss r 1 I i ss1 ts s it i i a i i s s- i s ii I Bastin I s i S S1VS Sszs s s ttStr StrZ Zt ZtZ tr trS A EAZLETYI Th r S r xl 23us UNDERTAKER Arterial Cavity 3 on OillvlUe Street d Embalmiug- on MT HEBltON Hemp breaking and plowing are the chief employment in this locality Montgomery Bros sold 200 bbls of corn to Dr Rose at 3 per barrel Mr Henry Montgomery bought of G A Bruce some corn at S3 per bbl he also sold some corn to Lancaster parties at3 50 per barrel Mrs is on the sick list Mr and A S Dean were with his brother Mr Clinton Dean in Jes samine a part of last week Mr Lowry Speaks sold to Mr Thom as mare for 150 be also bought a mare of Mr Jar Leavell for 85 Mr A S Dean sold to C A Robin son some fat hogs at 7 cents per poundMiss Peachie May Sanders of Stone spent Saturday night with her sister Mrs H B Montgomery Mr J C Dean sold to Mr Bruit tield of Jessamine a work horse price 115 Really Serious TheDoctor Nonsense You havent got a cancer Booze is what ails you You must stop drinking at once The Souse Gee Is it that serious Why doctor I thought it was some simple thing that could be helped by an Leader In the Potion Scene First Young Thing at the play What do you think Juliet is thinking of now as she lies there asleep from the effects of the drug Second Young Thing Hoping she doesnt Contracts Made on Feast Days The fixed date for Easter is a matter of little concern in the United States but of great 1 in continental Europe where rent and other contracts are written on such feast days rather than at New Years or the 1st of May STOMACH MISERY FOR OVER SIX YEARS Think of II After fJx years of sour stomach of gas eructations of ner vousness during which time every meal lay on bis stomach like a lump of lead a man was restored 1 1 perfect health by M cna stomach tablets Read what Mr Hoffman landlord of the Webster Hotel writes I suffered misery and intense pains from stomach trouble for over six years and all the doctoring that I did or medicines I used were of no avail until about two years ago when I used a treatment of Micna The first few days treatment helped me anc upon using it a while I was made entirely free from any stomach or complaint whatever Since bna I have regained mv weight I eat and sleep well am never nervous and my entire general health Is much bet er Max M Webster N Y Aug 2 1909 Miona relieves stomach distress In five minutes It acts like magic If is guaranteed cure sour stomach gas eructations heartburn dizziness biliousness and nervousness or money back For sale by druggists every where and by B R MoBoberts for 50 cents a1irge box MC Cares eftterrh or mousy back Jnsl Dennie Scott Mrs Naylor a operationCleveland sneeze greatly the cure by MI 111 r probably importance trout le Hoffman breathaitla licindi- niIibaii FULL LINE OF CASKETS ANtI BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK I Work Im the tamers capItaL Potato tops are good for potato bugs Animal food is essential for geese and ducks Put the pighouse in good condition winter is coming on A horse of quality will outsell a coarse grained one any time When the hen no longer lays In her nest the wood block comes next Keep milk away from all other foods as it is a great absorber of odorsIt is poor policy to feed inferior grain to the to the work team To produce their full milkgiving capacity cows should be kept as free from disturbance as possible Hornless cattle are preferred by feeders and shippers and they will usually pay a premium for them Ringing the Belle Jeweler I understand that you want From Guy to Gwenyth on the inside of this ring sir Youthful Customer Yes thats right But er dont cut the Gwenyth very deep I might want it altered to Gladys or Irene THE Louisville Times FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of The Louis vilie Times is 500 a year If you will send your order to us you can get THE Central Record AND THE LOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville Times is the best Afternoon Paper Printed AnywhereH- as the best corps of correspon dent Covers tbe Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field com pletelyHas best and fullest aaarbet re portsDemocratic ia politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscription Bight Away to tbta fftfcr ot to Tfcw DQHfevilte horseespecially engraved I Tiase c H M DuncansSbop for Hot and Clean Steamed 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