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From Tne lAnd of Smo THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Lund of Now LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18 I 1 1 u i- r 1910 BUK48 1- r2 V y r k- y Post Houghton AND OTHER BUGGIES Averys Plows Corn Planters Cutting Cultivators and Rollers Wire Fencing Painted Galvanized and k 1 TIN ROOFING GUTTERING PUMPS ETC We can save you money A trial will convince BROTHERS j ft jU i OWENSBORO WAGONS t i p as i a I 9 a I CONN f t8P 11IIllI1111111 111 IIIJtl 111 1IIIIlI1111IJ g Harrows YA your a Glen Lilly and White House i i flOUR I ot Have you tried it If not you have not tried the best Dont depend alto gether on our word for this ask your neighbors they use it and can tell you how good it is Then call your gro cer he will send you any amount DO you will never know just how good it is until you try it Bring us your EXCHANGE business we have the latest and best improved Corn Meal Mills made and will be glad to have your business Phone No 47 Thanking you for the patronage extended we are yours very truly GARRARD MILLING CO LANCASTER KY Field Seed We are making a specialty of Feid Seeds this son and have in stock the best grades of Clover Timothy and BlueGrass Seed A car load of strictly nice recleaned NORTHERN wRITE SEED OATS We also have OBELISK and GOLD MEDAL FLOUR in barrels and half barrels This flbur cannot be excelled and a trial order will convince you Coal Salt and Feed BANKS HUDSON i i i 3 t t i I T NOW i i t i I t- I I J I Ii iIII I J I II J II J 1 J 1111 tt11I111I11I11 i IIII1I1IIIII Wll1Jn1J1 n 110 n 11 se- aS o I 1 1 I L I t r tr f f 11 4 4 f I x4wIIIIPwuwmwwwlllMsrwmlr f y- w Circuit court begins the first Mon day in March Mr Sam Walter continues danger ously ill at Frankfort The Garrard Circuit Court convenes first Monday in March Be sure and get your tickets now for the New Zealanders at McRoberts drug store Mrs Mabel Games who has been quits sick of tbe Gripp we are glad to learn has recovered The New Zealanders will be the last show of the season at the Court House dont fail to see them M Jno M Farra was in Lexington Monday for the interest of the hemp growers ot Garrard county Messrs W B Burton linson and Elkm attended the horse sales in Lexington this week From canuibalism tc culture A na tive troop of cannibals will the Court House Wednesday March 2nd Next Tuesday February 22nd is Geo Washingtons birthday and all the United States will celebrate the birth day of the Fatner of our country You have heard of cannibals all your lire now is your opportunity to see them as they are Court House Wednesday night March 2nd I have received a lot of new and fancy patterns floss need les etc All kinds of stamping done Phone 85 Mrs L N Miller This troop of New Zealanders at the Court House Wednesday right March 2nd will make you laugh one minute and cry the next Be sure and see them If there is anyone who is contem plating buying a home in Lancaster you had better get busy for property is going up to the sky as soon as we get our new school bull ung Mr Gel A Ballard a prominent merchant of Paint Lick paid this otllce a pleasant call Tuesday morning Mr Ballard is a splendid gentlemen and we are always glad to see him It has been suggested that the pastors of Lancaster meet once a month to discuss anything that may have a tendency to better the com nity We think much good could be accomplished by such a move Mr George T Higgiubotham of Lexington was here on business and Tuesday He was one of the must popular and prominent men of this county while he lived here and his many friends are always glad to see Lim The Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U D C ail not have their regu lar moutbly meet Monday afternoon on account of the weather and the sickness of some of its memoers They will meet Mmday February 21st at the home of Mrs James A Royston The loafers are a pretty slick set of fellows They generally those who do not advertise in tbe CENTRAL RECORD and as a conse quence tney are not disturbed much by customers The loafers understand their business better than some chants Tne Development Association met Tuesday night in the city court room and some important matters were pertaining to the development uS Lancaster and Garrara county Ev ery good citizen should attend these meetings and help build up our town and county The Stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs Stephen A Walker on last Sunday morning and left little Georg etta Fanis Walker the sweetest of humanity that came to gladden any heart Stephen has a grin on bis face a yard wide Mother and baby girl doing nicely Mr John M Farra and Mr Robert Elkin attended a meeting of the Sec retarys of the fair associations South of the Kentucky river in Danville on last Tuesday Watch for the best fair Lancaster has ever had this year for we have live men at the head of It which guarantees a good fair Mis Jennie West met with quite a painful accident Tuesday morning by the explosion of an alcohol stove Her son Willie lighted the store some manner an explosion followed burning Mrs Wests face hairand arm very badly and Wills hand The two consider themselves fortunate in escaping with no more seriousinjury Wort Mr F Saufley Hughes who has made the CENTRAL RECORD a most readable and satisfactory paper for the past year has sold the plant good will etc to Mr Green Clay Walker a wellknown young man of Lancaster It is with sincere regret that we see Ifr leave journalistic field He is an excellent newspaper man and a honorable competitor We trust that he will reengage in business he is equipped for The glad hand is extended Mr Wal Jcer with the wish that he iriti con tinoe toiaake the BBCOBD a good fam ily a credit to the littlt or Journal I HarryDTom Carlton be at embroidery Monday loafaround me discussed bundle so r ust different ever out wherein Kind Hughes most th well a rand city In Which lass published lnteij s r r February 22nd 1910 Christian church 730 to p m ot a Boston Tea Party Thanks for A mericUB Religious Liberty and Freedom and a cup of tea for all who come The Circle Girls Nicholasvlll Goes Wet The local option election at Nichol asville on February 15th resulted in a victory for the whiskey men the town going a majority of thirty The town has been operating under local option since September 1906 Vacation After fffteenyears of hard work without a vacation Dr J B Kinnaird one of our leading physicians also we might add one of the leading ones of this State decided to tike a whole weeks vacation and left Wednesday for a pleasure trip thro Florida He will visit Pensacola Tampa Jackson yule and other large places As so many of our good citizens are a vacation in Florida we hope some of them will write us something about Florida and bow they are en joying the nice weather Mi T K Watson of this place re ceived a telegram reporting that bis mother had died of pneumonia on Fri dayMrs Jane Watson was 74 years old and died after a short illness of this prevalent and so often fatal disease Time fuueral and burial was at the home of in Crab Orchard on Sunday afternoon Mesdames Rog ers Newland and Frank of Lincoln county and T K Watson of this city suryivd her and to them the extends much sympathy Social Function On last Friday evening the Sewing Society was entertained by Mrs Jen nie West at her beautiful home on Stanford street Plates were laid for the entire mem bership of the club and the affair was thoroughly enjoyed as one of tbe most pleasurable that our little city has seen recently The place cards were unique and ar tistic and the table appointments and decorations were tasteful and com plete The program was replete with happy hits and merry jests which were fully appreciated by the club members Banquet The banquet at Transylvania Uni versity last Tuesday was largely at tended and many prominent business and professional men from all parts of time state delivered short addresses Much enthusiasm for the betterment of the university was manifested Airangements were perfected to raise 250000 by popular subscripeion of which sum 11000 was voluntarily subscribed The people of the state everywhere are awakening to their educational needs We hope that this good educational institution will have no difficulty In getMng the 250 000 and more More About Cement Walks Are we going to have cement walks around the public Equare or are we going to let Danville Stanford Mt Vernon Nicholas ville and all the neighboring surpass us along this line It is estimated that it will cost 10000 to put down a cement walk in front of the double store room of Haselden Brothers Now ask the question would it raise the value of the property that much Could not every property owner afford to pay a small amount to have good walks Everyone think about this then act and watch what a marked im provement will follow Goodio Mrs Jennie 60 years died alter a painful illness of cancer of the liver She had just submitted to an operation at the HMzabeth in Lebanon thinking thereby to prolong life but all to no avail The burial was in the Danville cemetery Saturday morning The deceased was a faithful and con sistent member for many years of Methodist church following daughters and sons are left to mourn the death of a noble Christian woman Misses Nannie and Virginia Messrs John Octavious and Duke Goodloe and besides a number of dearlv beloved grandchildren and other relatives grieve for her Dunlap As we go to press this Thursday morning we hear of the sad death of William Q Dunlap He was found dead this morning in front of bis residence on Lexington street jury pronoun ed his death due to heart The funeral will be held Friday ing at 1030 oclock at the Lancaster cemetery Services conducted by Rev C C Brown The deceased was widely connected being a grand son of the late Dr 0 P Hill and a son of former Congress man Geo Dunlap and Mrs B F Wal ter Jt rotherinlaw of Mr James r Hamilton Besideshls many friends other be a wife aBd two children Eugeule atby to mourn their loss His was a heart of gold he being brave true and generous arid was liked by all who itnew bjnv We extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved ODW 1 Tea Party nor a Washington but wetby spend- Ing Watson the ceased community towns yourself Goodloe age land xac vet Offering hospital the The failure morn and relatives leaves andDor x r J as many of their as the slide would hold All of tbe boys and girls thoroughly enjoyed the ride About ten oclock the merry crowd broke up apparlently happy and frozen Those present were Misses Margaret Mount Helen and Martha Gill Irene Romans Katie Lee Denny Mary Doty and Lillian Etta Sanford Will and Sam Denny Billy Burton Lewis Gill Dave Thomas and Green Clay Walker beautiful event of the week was the wedding of Mr War field Clay and Miss Esther Burnam which was celebrated at the home of the bride on West Main btreet Tuesday evening at six oclock The wedding was a quiet affair only the members of the immedi ts families and a few friends being present The ceremony was performed by Rev E H Burnam an uncle of the bride and at its con clusion an elegant supper was served Shortly afterward the bride and groom slipped quietly away and motored to Lexington where there they caught the C O for Now York The bride is the eldest daughter of Judge and Mrs A R Burnam and is a most accomplished and attractive girl She was reared and has spent most of her life in this city where she is endeared to a host of friends She is well known socially all over the State and has friends everywhere wish her happines The groom is the son of tbe late James Bennett and is an excellent young man He is a member of the local bar holds a Government commission under Judge Cochran and is a farmer on a large scale as well He has been successful in all his under takings and in this his best quest he is heartily congratulated by all The The wedding present were unusually handsome and numerous and shower ed by the good wishes of the com Mr and Mrs Bennett will en ter ausfi itusly on their new life Richmond Register New Machinery Now that the Fiscal Court has a complete outfit of road ma chinery consisting of roller engine rock crusher grader barrow wagon and team the public may look for some miles of good road Work will hegira about April first It must not be expected that all the turnpike in Garrard County can be rebuilt in one year for a seasons work when well done is from twenty tj thirty miles but when tbe work is properly done it will last from five to ten years Tbe outfit was nut all bought at the meet itig of February 11th The coun ty at former times had secured the crusher wagon and team but the last investment amounted to more than 1000 We approve of the investment for it is apparrent to us that the prac tical way of buiding roads is with ma chinery and we believe the taxpayer will unanimously approve of the acts of the Court This matter has been under advis ment for some time and nothing done until every member of the Court had an opportunity to investigate thorough ly the many kinds of machinery used In working roads and they bouaht on ly the besc ard most modern We have no doubt that our Court is much interested in giving the public bet ter roads and will put up every effort to see that this machinery is properly used for in the use we get the results We hope that the work will start on a business basis free of politics and favoritism with the Supervisor of Roads whose duty it is to look after the work constantly in charge with competent and practical road builders using the machinery Under these conditions we will vouch in advance for the success of the new RELIGIOUS Elder F M Tinner will preach at Christian church next Sunday sub jects 1045 a m The Present Status of tbe Temperance Cause 715 p m The Unfaithful Rev 6 P Bush will conduct the regular morning and evening services at the Baptist Sunday The second quarterly communion of Lancaster McKendree pastorate of Methodist church will be served next Sunday February 20th at II a m and 715 p m at Lancaster church Mem bership of both congregations will join in the services Quarterly business conference joint ly for both Saturday February 19 230 p m at lecture room Official borrds of both congregations in attendance including S School superjnter Intents Dr D W Robertson presiding Elder will conduct services By exchange Dr Pearce conducts communion ser vices at Harrodsburg on above date MARMAiE LICENSES Past Week Price Agee and lacy Ball Robert Gillen and Lela Boas ootoKD Sam Mlddtetoa and Anmle urns Arch B atrigkt awl Elma Bald i IOnJ friends j j BennettBurnam- A t J mum I purchased t Servants church JU 1111 II I JlIiII IIIIIIIIII WHITE A t E J Bennett iy undertaking Issued r a n SKS9S O VULGflN PLOWS 3 X 7 m1C ry 9 THE BEST MADE iI Plow Ooar wagons GRASS SEED ETC HASELDEN BROTHERS Few Becauses Why we ask for and expect your Trade BECAUSE for as it is possible to determine our stork take in aU the good kinds and leaves the other out BECAUSE if you are particular about eatables our store will appeal to you play the game of business fair and i square We make right any mistake that we make as soon as we hear of it try awfully hard to get there on time We appreciate the inconvenience to you ing for goods to be delivered BECAUSE in spite of all these advantages your dollar is as large here as anywhere OFTEN LARGER Ball Holtzclaw i IS YOUR LIFE INSURED IF NOT WH Y BEaZLEV HASELDEN Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 Dont throw your money away I will guarantee to save you money m on the following goods Buggies Wagons Plows Wire Fence Buggy Harness Wagon Breeching Bridles Back Bands Col lars Collar V t Chains V Hames X All kinds of Roofing House Paints Oils Machines Etc W Romans 4 M S i 1 1 ifl9 dA g J L 1 A BECAUSEwe 4 I BECAUSEwe ofwait iil iiJ1l1iIIJtI ii I 4 P d Ta s race 0 c sm 0 1 J t II 1 4 sa Iti i I S rt j i 1 1 1 j L r t X 0 AFi 4 I Washing y CENTRAL IB0UED WEEKLY A YEAR From The Laud Of Now GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr Seconddaw Mail Matter Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky February 18 1910 Raftas Far Palltical Announcement For Prtcinct and City Offices 500 For Offices 1000 Fir State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line I 10 For all publications in the of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are author z d to announce nun Harvey Helm a candidate to succeed himself In Congress subject to the ac tijn of time Democrat ic party Although the Bal inBernJCliot in vestigation has not more than practi cally begun many fact of public in have been revealed It is now pretty generally understood that there will be no whitewash dune by the committee appointed by Congress We know that if all the committee are such men as nur popular Kentucky congressman O lie James the peo pie will know all the facts when it reports These are the formal char ges made before the commitee against CouimLssiuuer of the Laud Of Lice Tbat prior to entering the Govern ment service in any capacity R A Ballinger acted as attorney ii drawing up an agreement in escrow and deeds in the WIson Coal Company cases in Lewis County Wash these cases be ing an alleged fraud upon the Land laws Mr name did not appear in the court records of the case That Mr Ballinger as Commis sioner of the Land Office in 1907 did not show gence in iivesli a ting tie alleged frauds connected with the Cunningham coal laud cl urns in Alaska that he had knowledge of all the t surrounding these claims and in of this entered the employ of one of the claimant leaving the Land Office and be coming Secretary of the Interior that he ordered these claims to be cleat 1sted fur patent without due invest and that they would have gone to patent if Glavis and others had not Intervened The people have already learned by this investigation the enormously min eral value of the public lands of ssd that what remains will be saved to the put lie good It is that in the last eight years fifty thousand acres of this valuable coal loud worth at least 10000000 has been fraudulently obtained from tile government Including in this was the Wilson Coal Companies claim for whom Mr Ballintrer prior to his ap poiitment act d as attorney in pro curing without permit ting his name o be known to the public The courts bfiyjj nlread decided this claim was frequently ott rued The public is universally convinced that fraud and graft was working its way through the land office to the public lands in Alaska and that both Mr Clavis and Mi Pinchot were using tbt ir every honest endeavor as public officers to protect the public from the laud sharks and for this cause alone they lost their official heads We be lisve the President should have dis mIMed Secretary Ballinger when the charges were filed against him at the inception of this controversy by Mr Glavis but be may not have fully known Bal lingers conduct prior to this iuvetii at ion now that the facts are out the pubic will no longer ex case fur this reason If Mr Taft wish es public confidence Secretary Bal liiger will soon become an Ex oy Presidential order In a speech before the AntiSaloon League id Frankfort State Senator J J Watkins decared that it was currently reported that four Senators had sold out to the liquorlobby for that he was willing to give tile aameof his Informant- In its i of Sunday last the Lou isville Herald denounced present con in Frankfurt and declared that a coalition of corruptiouists p clans and lobbyists was holding up legb1 ition ofall sorts and that noth lug could be done without the consent of The Third House The Herald names tbe leaders in this outrage upon decencyIn in the House Col Jack Cbinu asserted that lobbyists were numerous and more brazen than ever before and that their actions and unblushing presence was a disgrace to the Stale the Legislature convened ExGovernor Bokhara in his paper TIle Kentucky State Journal present conditions Since then he has been making a desperate fight agaiist the corruption threatening to overwhelm Democracy going so far M to name the offenders It Is the most astounding situation ever knows In tbe history of tbe Stttci Why does notGovernor Wilson send a special saesWetj the Legislature calling at etition to those infamies Why does act call m SLOG JIJIknd aUk i Laaeasrer Mr Associatlon and Interest r t rest due ircuw tlUces p gation Alaska J i Sue di IOns more Before predicted cbl f J loUtrilr I IlJ ti 1 7 RECORD a Pest Cffia LY ae Ky Press County y Ba lingers e ii pile after y p estimated r 4lmust i t and lit F r e dg Stoatw 1 R x i- is Court and turn Bob the greatisp CommonyenHu8 Attorney of them al aloose on the foul gang Judge Stout can rid Frankfort of the lobbyists corruptionifcts and debauchers between sunup and sun down if he so desires and Com monwefeUhs Attorney Franklin will send them to the penitentiary in lots if given the chance Why does not the Legislature clear its own skirts by removig from office the grafters whom it is charged sit as member Impeach them Penitentiary fiem Col Jima Richardson in Glasgow Times The sympathies of the public had become so universal in tl is country for the suffering thousands in Cuba caused by the iihuman acUof Captain General Weyler of Spain that Vie un fortunate blowing up of the Main pre cipitated a war between the two countriesBy war became a world power and received many other advan tage But our sd i rs came back from Porto Rico they brought in to the South a plague known as the Hookworm Disease whch now promises to cause more mare and paralize more business than did the Sp wish in Cuba The disease is caused by a small worm which attacks the bowels and enervates and debilitites the subject which tina 1 results in death The existance prevaldnce and dis truction of the hook worm disease is no l anger regarded as theory by the medical professin It is estimated that at least thirty per cent of the deaths in Porto Rico result from this disease that twentyfive per cent of the cotton mill workers in the stites with it and that in some of the sand districts ninety per cent of the entire have the disease It these esti mates are to be relied upon as correct the financial 1 ss to the south by the part paralysis of the industrial army of infected as well as the great toll of life are in the realm of the incalcula ble It Will be remembered that only recently Mr John D Rockefeller gave 1000000 to eradicate this plague This gift will greatly aid the several years faithful research work done on the hookwocm disease and toe alt of the oil may result in the mastery of the plague Yellow fever was eliminated from the South and we have confidence that in the continued advancement and progress of the medical professipn they will soon master this new disease of the southern people Why Go to College We are often asked should a young or woman go to college the thing of going to college or not is in the air W hear it great deal and bear many arguments both for and against a college course As to the propriety of it let it be said that it al depends on so many circum stances that a direct answer is That every young man or should go to colege is just as as that no one should go at all Real genius is independent of al and hence some of the worlds greatest men never entered a college door Such was the case of Abraham Lincoln it always seems t us college education would have spoiled him and crippled his rare genius But all such men have a training of some kind and equal to a co lege education But on the otier hand all other things being equal a college education necessarily of great value few or even many college asses is no argument against the college The college cannot change the nature of men or women If they go into college as impractica bles they will as a rule come out the same A college develops but does not create it is an ariituiil and not a supernatural one The question of gcing to colige or not can only be solved by knowing the man or woman the college and the cir cumstances incident to the case Here as in all cases every tub must stand ou Its own bttoin must be consulted Many persons will not take an any more than some coarse rough stones will not take a polish To attempt to edu cate them is t throw away time and money It is tj encourage false breed disappointments On the contrary supposing the posses sion of a good mind and character there Ii nothing that can add to its power and usefulness like a college ed ucation Here the mind is taught to work The fouudaii be laid for all future grow til and A college i m of kind and in the care of the right per scm is capitil invested and well It is not simp a money iu vestment but also a mind and heart investment and bring pi asure and en joyment to all the subsequent lie Hence go to ct 1 ege if at all possible Why not a leci la ive committee to investigate the lobyM at Frankfurt It js nut to give all the spare me mei ts to Senator J J W tr kins fur hinting about them Tbe people of the State know Senator WaU ins pretty well and believe him full of entbusiajm for the temperance cause with honest purposes and good motives Mayor Gayner of New York Is tip j ped as the Democratic nominee President in 1912 He has beed asked to a dinner in Springfield April IGtb the 167 h anniversary the With of Thomas Jtfferson and the invital ion intimates he is on In Mbispuii as the Natijnalj j Z we when tuff thoroughly y are mcted trig man Nowadays discussed- a that- a Because- a graduates- are educat I rn an to the right necessary I MO- on N Frank legislative carload ring destroy l vas southern community benevolent impossible woman nonsensical conditions r institution Individuality ambitions may development Invested for attend that looked ier for 1912 r x Citizens League of DanvilleMeet- At the meet of Citizens League held Friday night at the court j ui it b know that this couuly being rank ly misrepresented by its Senator in the General Assembly resolutions were pissed appropriate to the President the meeting to order and appointed the following comnri tee on Resolutions R P M Goodwin lames Gentry Wm Robert and W H Harris The Committee brought in the fol low i g resolutions which were passed after which tie League adjourned Whereas in the four counties of Bojlt Garrard Lincoln and Casey which together constitute tbe Eighth Senatorial District there is not a single licensed saloon and the senti ment of the pepple as manifested by thtir votes upon tile question of II censiig the sale of intoxicating Ii qnors is overwhelmingly opposed to their sale and Whereas the sentiment if the peo ple in each of the four counties con the said District is also uv erwhelu i inly in favor of the passage of the County Unit Bill by the Legislature and to that end is in favor of the reference of the said bill to a committee in each House of the Legislature that will report it back to the burly and permit it to be voted upon and Whereas Hon R L Hubble the Senatir at present representing the people of the said District has by his vote i i the Senate upon the question of reference of the County unit Bl t a Committee shown hIs opposiiijn to the passage of the Bill and his oppo siion to its reference to a that wi 1 report it favorably and Whereas that Senator Hubble in a private interview with the editors of our county Kentucky Ad others pledged himself to the support of the County Unit Ril and then accepted the published ments of said paper touching the i terview and Whereas many of our voters were governed in their votes by said Ftute ments Therefore we feel that he is justly bound to keep the pledges made Therefore be it Resolved that we the citzens of Boyle county in mass meeting as sembled hereb express ourselves in fwir of the speedy passage of the Vnnty Unit Bill and further that we t peal to our Representative in the Mn t j to cast his vote and to use his iillnence in every proper and legit mate way to the end that the said Bill may be placed upon passage and be enacted into a law Kentucky Hubble discussing his attitude on the county unit question said that he is for higher license that he is opposed to any repeal or fication of the present option liw and that he is opposedto the exten sion of the option law Senator Hubble says that his posi tion on this proposed was clearly understood in his last race and that as a result of his known a ttude the Rev T 3 Buckingham of the AntiSiloon League spent a week in Boyle county trying to defeat him In addition he says a Prohibitionist was put in the field against him Saved From Awful Peril I never felt so near my grave writes Lewis Chamblin of Manches ter Ohio B R No 3 as hen a fiightful cough and lung trouble pull ed me down to 115 pounds in spite of many remedies aud the best doctors And that I am alive today is due solely to Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me Now 1 wiih 160 pounds and can work hard It so cured my four chil ken of croup Infallible for Coughs aud CMis its the ceitiin remedy for LaGrippe Asthma despepsa desperate lung trouble and all bronchial affections 50c and 100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by R E MuRobeits 1m STONE Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Mrs Robert Long and child are very Mary Preston is some better at this writing Elmer East sold to Theadore horse for 175 A T Sanders bought in Richmond Monday 8 cows for 20 jrer bead Mr C M Mubley is very sick Mrs Milinda Preston of Jessamine is the guest of her daughter Mrs Mary Preston A T Sanders sold to Jess Prather a cow for 4 cents pea pound Mr and Mrs D M Crutchfield vis ited Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray Thurs day night Mr Minard Lane was the guest of Mr Gen Anderson Thursday night Miry A Sanders had a die 1 rat week by gttting fasten in a wire fence C S Sanders sold a horse in Rich mend Monday fur 150 Mr Clayton Preston and family have returned from Indiana where they have been visiting his father M Potts Preston Mrs Peach Grow and niece Miss Pearl Sanders have returned from Jessamine after a pleasant visit wiLb relatives Mr Odus Roberts who has vis lUng his cousin Lee Grow has re turned home Rev Mott of Lexington win his at Serfs Fork Sunday and Sunday Mrs Earl Grow visltd her parents Mr and Mrs Tom last week I inK for the purpose world- I was moron colled unanimously I sli paperthe vocateand stet it Sent Jr i r m dl al- mot sickMrs Irvin- a I valuable appointment right Lemay 0 L tr o house the occasion using present Committee Advocate exter son 4 Mrs mare to been till General News Tire engagement of Miss Eleanor Buyer Alexander of New York City to Theodore Kooscvct Jr i annouu ced Tire wedding will not take place until after the ExPresidert returns from Dear hunt in July v John L SuTtvan married again John may be among the pugelisii discards but none can ever impeach his courage The endless letter chain scheme has been adopted by a Newport Ky man to obtain a pardon fur Henry Youtsey who is serving a life term in the prison for tbe murder of Guy Goebrl Herman Newcombs I il to substi tute electrocution for hauling in the State of Kentucky passed the Senate Monday Senator Newcombs bill to provide a penalty for those responsible for indigent children was also passed by the upper branch of the Legisla ture Representative Johnson of Ke tucky forced Inspector Repp of the Bureau of Arimal Industry to admi that the packers di eliminate against all stock growers south of the Ohio river in prices paid for steers Dr B C Hyde has been arrested at Kanses City Mo on the charge of murdering Col Thus H Swope Dr Hyde is toe husband of the late ni lionaires niece The warrant says that Dr Hyde on O t 3rd 1909 with felonious intent administered rych nine to Col Swope The physician pleaded not guilty He was releas ed on a 50 000 bond and his prelimi nary hearing was st t for February 17 The St Paul coal company has made an offer to the surviving relatives of nearly 300 miners killed in the horrible mine disaster at Cherry 11 to pay a of 80000 to relatives of unmarried men and a max imum amount of 1200 to widows with six or more children the money to be paid immeciiitely the interested persons sign a qnir claim It is claimed tnat the Company i not guilty of any ciiaiSnal negligence that as its capital was only 350000 it could not be held for more than that amount Hamlet had melancholy probably caused inactive liver A bad liver makes one cross and irritable causes mental and physical depression and may result disastrously Ballards Herti te is acknowledged to be the perfect liver regulator If youre blue and out of sorts get a bit tie today A positive cure for bilious headache Constipation CM Is aud Fever and all liver complaints Sold by R E MoRoberts 1m 1AUKS11UK1 Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Litle John Wehtl y Sutton il of rheumatism Clate Marsee recently bought a horse price 140 Mr Harvey Dean has been confined to hii room a 1 winter with grip Misses EJna Berkle and Irene Eas ley were unable to attend school last week ou account of illness Mr Ben Patton has been suffering for several weeks from an attack of gripUnder the skillful nursing of Miss Sallie Lou Byres Mrs White Mirsee is improving Miss Ella Dunn was over from Dan yule a few days ago the guest of C A Robinson She also made a short visit to Mrs M men Robinson at Marcellus before return ing home The price of a pair of mules S Id by Harvey AldridgE to Nelse Marsee was 280 Speaks Brothers bought at Ricl mond court soma cattle paying for one lot 21 per head the other 16 per had Mrs Elzibeth Burgess is visiting the home if Mr Rubt Tomlinson of Lancaster Messrs James Royston Bob Rout and Tom Cbesiut three of our popu lar young men crossed the river a few Sunday evenings ago to make a visit to their best girl On returned home filled with admiration and deep muse of the lovely evening spent but the ardor of the lovers was suddenly chill ed by the bores plunging them into a deep hole of water at the crossing bv the old Paper Mil A desperate fight for their life and tbe life of the r horse was made After much effort they linded without the fiss of the life of ary Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Mrs Ben Hughes and Della Bice Hughes of Lancaster been spend ing several days wi h her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Quaker Oats is the worlds food Eaten in every country eaten infants athletes young and old Recognized as the great strength builder Delicious and economical JUfMlmr We packages vtd benaetkallr reCt ipt d I i Clove r lave a J f O ff r iris the minimum sum are ban Mrs an t let Y Leave Wood Unpainted A German writer pleads for leav ing wooden articles unpainted and un polished He maintains that they are not only more beautiful in their nat ural state but actually keep better and are more easily cleaned Six Nights 6O As You Please Race How many iied fathers and inttL ers in tlii trtl is race every night a bald And they wonder what the met er is Chances Ire the child isslarvingTworoiS are eating all of its food Most children have worm yours neednt Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the worms and the child Price 25 cents per boLlle Sold by R E McRoberts lin KT HEBKON Mr M L MnitKomery and sister Miss Lou are recoveii K from a severe case of measles Mr Edd Grow bought of Mr John Sierrow of Buena Vista a mare for SlnO s Mr Anther Preston S H a horse to Mr Sessc Duncan price 35 M ErnEs Montgomery had a nice mill cow to die last Monday Mr Russell Vanderpool was here Tuesday After a Ii leering illness of consump tim Mr Lego Anderson died at his home near Lock number 8 Tuesday remains were Herred in the Fork cemetery Wednesday- To thcsurpriseof their many friends Mr Ernest Ball and Miss Cube Sher row were married at Rev G W Thompsons Wednesday afternoon We axteud tj them our heartiest con uratlatlons Messrs J P Dean and Edd Grow are with fl Sam Duncan and wife who are very sick Mr Frank Gammons of Mercer is with her parents Mr aud Mrs G A BruceMr John M mtcomery of Bloomiog ton Ill arrived Wednesday fora stay with bis mother Mrs Lourany Mont yomery Clover Timothy and Oat seeds quality and low prices Banks Hudson Mr W N Grow and wife were with his son Mr Edd Grow last week will send the Courier Journal for the next THREE MONTHS to you for R E McRoberts When Sick Women suffering from backache pain inside or nervousness or any other ail ment resulting from female trouble should and use it regularly Cardui has been found by thousands of relieve female by restoring to health the weak womanly organs town er carrY l t ell tl1en I r1 e II I I I I I 100 II 1 headache get CarduJ ladiesto weakness Whites r rrww p I Take CARDVI Mrs F S Mills Murietta Calif tried Cardul and writes I dont think anyone can recommend a medicine highly than I can Cardul I had a mishap followed by I positively be Ueve I would have died had itnot been for Cardui When I began taking it I could not stand on my feet After tak ing two bottles I was and I now weigh 165 pounds Try Cardui it will help you Sold everywhere more inflammation cured E 45 i j The Coming Harrow 1Rl r f llliiiJ I j Clarks Cutaway Harrow I Ei I THE NationalOf Lancaster Capital 50000 20000 A R DENNY fiesideat J E STORMES Vice Premt S C DESSY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennr J L Gill WI Williams nk Ss Ins J J President E WAr EIc Clarks Cutaway f Harrow i HAS J R Mount Son Co 1 saves one team and one hand each day you use it and leaves theground 1 in good condition for seeding p The following farmers are useing it and will not have l iany other c J E Robinson A R Denny J Wide Walter Frank Folger II K Herndon J X Denny AC Arnold Woods Walker Palmer J A Duty Owen Eas W S Walker Wm Gouch Joe Boggs J ARRIv D ATlfii I PJ t I im J Jjimgjj 1iJ fii 1 B S J I I W n JS JOHNSON PreatVice ORGANIZED 188j Tbe GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000- B F HUDSON Cashier W O RiSNcr Asst Pashr C D Bookkeeper J J WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garth Attention Hudson T M Arnold Alex Gibb Lewis L Walker C A Arnod We wish to say to the public that hasnt been open regular for some time but will be opened every Saturday Come in and get the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO HERES A Bargain FOR YOU Daily Courier JournalB- y Mail Three Months and The Central Record One Year Both For Only zoo The price of the CjarierJonmal Is 600 a year 150 for three months We have made a special arrangement whereby we will accept ordes for that pa perand ours during JANUARY FEB RUARY and MARCH ONLY at the price for both Send in your subscription at once and keep posted on the Proceedings of the Legislature Sunday Courier Journal not included in this offer Send sods additional if Sunday issue is desired 4 WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALi- sjust as good a paper as it ever was We can still furnish the Weekly and our paper both one year for Orders MUST be sent to this paper NOT to the COURIER JOURNAL to get advantage of this cut rate DIRECTORS- J S Johnson B F J J Walker TIlE FOX STUDIO Y l Daily namedabove 7 r I WAr aa 1 a I i 150 Gossip About PeopleA N N A End Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Arc In Miss Annie Herudun is visiting LexingtonMr Logan left Thursday for a ten days stay French Lick Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford with Garrard relatives fora visit Samuel Duncan in Atlaiti for stay with and MrF W S Elkin Mr Joe Haselden wasiu the first part of the week on business Mr and Mrs George Robinson ol PanyMe are guests of Mrs Hebeckz WestMrs R E McRoberts and Miss Nor ma Elmore were victors i n Danville Friday Mrs R Dimmer and Miss Flora Zi ler have been visiting relatives in Gin cinnati Miss Ella May Saunders of Stanford has been the guest of Lancaster re lilives Miss Emma Lai t n left Wednesday for a visit to friends at Somerset and Buruside Mrs John Magee of Danville visit ed her daughter Miss May Magee the past week W R Cook and son Robinson are at home from a visit to friends in Louisville Mrs J W Elmore is in Richmond visiting her parents Mr Mrs David Chenault Bradley Bourne has returned from visit tJ hisMiler Mrs W K Warner StanfordMiss i Pepples has returned to her home in Stanford after a visit to Lancaster friends Mr and Mr E1 Price were guests the past week of Dr and Mrs S P of Djnviile Miss Margret lluney of Eminence is Vie attractive guest of her sister Mrs Edvi Walker B F Jennings has returned to his home after a visit to his daughter Mrs George Ballard 3Ir and Mrc R H Batson were guests for several days of Mr and Mrs 31 Cherry of Brodhead Mrs R II Batson and little daugh ter Cecil have rt turned from several weeks vi it to Stanford Miss Rella Arnold left Sunday for a stay in Oinci inati Intii inapolis Louisyile aud Frankfurt Mr and Mrs John Eorbes were vis iting fri nd and relatives at Keene and Lexington Kentuckj Mrs V A Arnold was in Danville Saturday l o attend the buiil of her aunt Mrs Jennie Goodloe Mss Cordie Ilanilloti has returned to Middiesboro after stay with her mother Mrs Sarah Hamilton Mrs D W Bridges and little son D Warren are at home after a months visit to relatives in Cadiz The Chattar qua Circle met Wed nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs B F Hudson on Danville Mrs George Miller Lusk left the first of the week for a visit to her sis ter Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville Miss Annell Tomlinson left this week for a visit to her sister Miss Margaret at Ashville North Carolina Miss Margurite Kinnaird has re turned from Louisville where she has been visiting her cousin Mrs M H GrantElder F M Tindtr was called to Ma son county Monday of last week to preach the funeral of Mrs Jacob Worthington The Womans Club met on Thurs day February 10th at the home of Mrs C Brown An interesting program was rendered Misses Bettie and Al Anderson were gracious hostesses for the Card Club Tuesday afternoon at their home on Lexington street Mrs W R Cook Misses Lucy Fran cis Frankye Kauffman and Joe L Francis were in Stanford last week to see Uncle Josh which was given at the Opera House in that city Wont Need A Crutch When Editor J P Sossman of Cor nelius N C bruised his leg badly it fct irted an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthies Then Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it thor oughly Notfiing is so prompt and sure for Ulcers Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Pimples Eczema or Piles 25c at R E McRoberts 1m exchange says they have invent new kind of social It is called an avcirdupi is party A H the girls are weighed and the weight of each written on a piece of piper and put iuti a hat and the young men must draw The young JOBS RUSt go to supper with the girl whose weight be draws and must pay for her supper at onehalf cent pound It is exciting so far as young men are concerned Save Yeur Hogs How can you afford to take chances gaiBSt the ravages of diseases which are liable to out your entire herd rf kegs at any time Bourbon Hog cholera Beaed prevents disease and akei bogs grow and very rap lily Sold by J R Mount Jb Co l in t is is a D Richmond a lIP Grant t J ashort C o she rIc f t ft z- a r i Avenue i 4A ui t j jAn amusement i per- T very Jr wipe rk s i fatten th- b4 t An Editors Appeal My friend help the editor in bi wildeyed search for news When friends to see you if you are of is tell him when your wife tea party if you have re covered from the cffocts of the gossip drop in wih the news when a baby arrives till your pockets wi h cigars if you go to a patty some of the good things and leave em with the item in our sanctum your wife licks you come in and let see your scars and tender sympathy through the paper if your motherin law has dont be bashful about ii give in all the common place news 111 short whatever makes you proud sad lonesome or glad submit to our 24 karat wisdom and see our matted lucks part and stand on with gratitude which will pour from every pore like moisture from the dew besprinkled earth How to Kill Your Town KickKeep And dont quit kicking Oae pull one way and one tother Go to other towns and buy goods Denounce your merchants because they make a profit on their goods Knife every man that disagrees with you on the method of increasing Make your own town very bad Place and stab is every chance you get Refuse to unite in ay scheme for the betterment of the material inter ests of the people Tel your merchant that you can your goods a great deal cheaper in an other town and charge him tionKeep every cent you get and dont do anything of u public nature unless you can make something out of it dl recily When you say anything of your town say it in such a way that it will leave the impression that yon have no in it Patronize outside newspapers to exclusion of your own aud then them for not being as large the city papers Visit Your Schools How many of our school childrens parents ever visit the schools or even know the teachers when they meet them on theStreei How know what fieir chidren are studying or how they are prcgressint Is there any of you who have a building to make or a fence to build a dress to make or house to paint or whatever the job may be that say tj the one you have employed Here are the tjols and mat ji ill go ahead and do it to suit yourself and it iilsuiLmp Is not that what many of you are do log with your children You say by your actions Here i my chili with its books paper and pencil Ive furn ished mateii 1 and tools educate him as you Now we hear some of you say The teacher knows bitter what they ought to study than I do While that may be ij part true the carpenter or dressmaker or a knows better how to do the work than you do yet you do not leave id all to them On the rhiig generation depends the welfare of this great Patrons and parents take more interest in our schools and visit them often and by your presence give the teachers more encouragement ask them how your children are doing Perhaps a few minutes talk with them will save trouble that years to come can never undo Think about this and ask yourself if you are doing right School Notes Mr R Cullen architect from Louis yule met the School Board on last Thursday to consult with them about the erection of a new building or the present building He promised to submit plans and estima tes when he returns in March We very much hope that this initial toward needed improvement may be soon followed up wih substantial results Everybody recognizes the fact that onr needs are imperative if we keep up wits educational progress inKentuckyOn afternoon Feb 21 the school will five a Washington Day program to which the public is invited The hour is two thirty On Friday afternoon a mixed was given by the pupils of sec tion B of the eighth grade The number was ii connection with their study of Civil Government a de bate the subject of which was that it is right for a man with out children to pay school taxes The judges decided that the affirma tive advanced the better arguments This grade is striving to be ready for the Common School Diploma exam ination to be given in May This them to entrance into the High On last Friday afternoon the pupils of the fourth abd fifth grades gave a Lincoln program The school room was decorated in pictures pertaining to the life of Lincoln and the program was composed of papers recitations and songs concerning his life A black board history was written in senten ces by the pipils sf the fourth grade in which all of the Important events of this great life were given At the closing number of the program the entire room gave My Old Kentucky Home Much enthu siasm is shown the pupils in the celebration of the important birth days month of February to us A class in mental arithmetic has been organized composed of sixth and seventh grade pupils from which we believe splendid results will cone St Valentines Day was observed by come not ashamed a and call steal If us feel it end kid 1J your outa buy faith the as many painter nation program closing Kentuckians by gives r your wives did business with extor denounce lie remodeling action Resolved entitles School that the the pupils in the first seven grads Some information in regard to the good Saint was collected and in the afternoon the Valentine box opened and the missives distributed The Uncoln Memorial Building February 12bh was Lincolns birth day and is now announced that the Lincoln Memorial Building on the birthplace from Kv Is practically completed The formal dedication will take place this year the exact date remains to be selected The corner stone of this great build ing was laid last year during the celebration Since that time some 15000 people have visited the farm and it is useless to say that dur ing the years to come thousands of people will continue to visit this beau tiful place to pay passing tribute to this great war president and to see the cabin in which Mr Lined was born About 30 acres of the 110 acres com posing the farm is in cultivation the remainder 80 acres being left in tict so that the viitors may see the place as it originally stood where young Abe Lincoln studied the trees birds and flowers of the field and acquired his early education The american people owe a debt of gratitude to Mr Robert J Collier of New York who did so much towards the redemption of the Lincoln farm With his father who is now dead Mr Collier was at the bead of a large weekly magazine and this was a medi um tnro which he advocated this great movement and his appeals for popular subscriptions brought money in vary ing amounts Mr Collier bought this farm under the auctioneers hammer and trans ferred it to the Lincoln Farm associa Hon about five years ago and these years have been eventful ones for the little farm and for Kentucky It has assured us that Lincolns birthplace wil be preserved as the common prop erty of the people of this great Repub lic For the results of these five years let us hail Mr Robert J Collier as the one patriotic american who did more towards this great work than any oth er manFACTS ABOUT LINCOLN Febru ary 12 1816 Removed with family to Spen cer county Indiana 1818 Death of his mother Nancy Hanks Lincoln maniige of Thomas Lincoln his father at Eliza bethtown Ky the bride bean Mrs Sally Bush Johnson 1830 Lincolns family removes to Il linois 831 Abraham Lincoln makes trip to New Orleans Locates at New Salem Il832 Captain In Black Hawk war Defeated in race for Legislature 832 Hide postmaster at New Salem L834 Becomes assistant to County SurveyorElected to Legislature from Sangamon county election to the 837 Licensed to practice law 838 Third election to the Legislature 840 Proidentlal elector on Harrison ticket Fourth election to the Legisla ture 842 Mar lied November 4 to Mary Todd 846 Elector to Congress to the Philadelphia National Convention io formation of Repub lican party 958 Joint debate with Stephen A DouglasDefeated for the United States Senate i860 Nominated and elected to the Presidency 1861 Inaugurated as President March 4th emancipation proclima tion to the Presidency down by J Wilkes Booth April 14 dying the following day Remains interred at Springfield 111 May 4 Took All Money Often all a man earns goes to or for medicines to cure a Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr Lings New Life Pills would quickly at slight cost Best for Indigestion Biliousness Jaundice Malaria and Debil 25c at R E McRoberts 1m GILES The stork has again made a visit to community and gladdened the of Lewis McCulley by leaving a charming little boY February 7th Raymond Davis recently bought a milk cow from Nany Davis for J9 We are glad to report that Eunis handsome little daughter of Mr Mrs Andrew Stotts who has been sick is improving W B Bay sold a milk to John Sewel for 30 Joe Burton has Rum tire Young ladles watch out Mrs John Amon was visiting Mrs last week Mr San Wylie sold some corn to Simps Warren for 325 per barrel Miss Ida Teater was the pleasant visitor of friends in Madlsen last week Mrs Moses Humphrey who has been sick we are glad to report is Mrs and family were Mr Lewis Humph of Jessamine week Mound City Paints maytest a 0 was it near Hodgenville 1909Born near Hodgenville 1819Second flatboat 1836Second Legislature 1848Delegate 1856Assists 1963Issues 1864Reelected 1865Shot HI Stomach cure Constipation ty our home nIce the and cow buggy RobertLong very rey batiC C fJ centennial doctors Dyspepsia very anew improving visiting and Mrs oat trifle ore B Stories s Y rY Louisville 6V Nashville Time Table For Richmond Lexington Citfcin natl and intermediate stations 514 a m 1114 a m and 140 p m For Stanford Corbln Knoxville points South 940 a m and 835 p m For Stanford Lebanon Louisville and points North and South 214 pm YOULL HNI IT IN Krout atYisTeys 20c per gallon 3 by R L For sale cheap a fine wardrobe Apply at this office tf Phone line Li n the grocery 24tf A new Hi nd notions tf Red Cross Turner 24tf Rooms for rent furnished or Mrs C D Powell If Highest mark 2182t For One Odk library table one Walnut marble top at ihii office Ijjjfr so W mar 211tf The is now 1 tmpanioi y Brown Bring your eggs to Cur For Sat One nice furniture Will sell cheap Apply at this office The firm of T S Sun have is now run PT S Elkia his sou Robert retiring 2183 on Lundy to buy W B Burton 211tf Anyone having claims agaiust estate of Mrs Dorcas L Walker de ceased present L Wal ker properly approv 2t One dining suit of furniture in Oak consi tidg df handsome sideboard china and chairs For information apply at this office tf Carpenter and Contractor For Sale t barn cured Ky Blue 00 bu extra nice Jasn She Bring the s in now while we sizes y will not last at these pr We the boys shot reduction sale of shoes and everything else It C D Powell Notice is hereby given of the of Garrard Hotel Company and that is feeing closed up and has M claims once Garrard Hotel Co By H T Logan President John M Farra Secretary 24 4t Thresher For Sale Complete Gaar Scott Outfit consist ing of 18 H P double ejNfne with Cab Jacket etc Th Be tanks that bold 5 barrels has ne been belted factory Tbl Separator isj549 big cylinder bag ger Has threshed siaJRmsand bush els It is just as goon as new Will sell on three fall payments A bar gain if sold at once Leslie T Bradshaw 128tf Bradshaw Mills Ky Status of the Child What constitutes a child Want of instruction for they are our equals so far as their degree of knowledge per mits Epictetus Farmers Lucky Find Farmer Vestberg near Champlain N Y plowed up gold coins estimated at It la believed the treasure was buried by persons who stole it from the British army camped near Champlain during the campaign against New York state President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been help ed by the President ef the Industrial and Ordhans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters In this Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kid ney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth It invigorates all vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion creates appe tite To strengthen and build up pale thin weak children or rundown people it has no equal Best for complaints Only 5QC at B Jl McBobtrlfti Isi and I Try a pair otIPu tJbo sold tr fOtT just We v brand e e Br me y r oduce rein D ice o the nlY un till h hot Mrs bu and reys place lIijfbe arket prIce 2183t et ot Eudissolved par uers and the business b Sale I hav a IFge s wish niC see the themto Lewis d For ale roo cabinet able jI b ave s t ng ic m n t give th rat to dissolution t e 1 b ess one against it ey will them at 50000 COLUMN i n handle unfurnished country produce trier 24tf- Fo RENIS udid u eon public eq ar apply t es Swine broad Sal APPIy highest alker Home 5 Currey lacei Waln r i oLwork mules one I have a pl r board tha is cheay- er and i tte tb n laater or ceiling and is fi oof- S ewis F No 1 50 sh Grass I Orch Gr eed 24 3t Junctio ty Ky pre t Th ngine t new lust fro the wi wind s ac and female nb i R BIIYANTSVILLE S Clover Timothy Oat quality and low l M R D Moore was in Lexington this week Lee Ballard who has been quite ill for the last two week is improving slowly Kay Jenkins left Satur day to spend several weeks at Jacks sonville Florida Mr Raymond King of Cement Cal was here last week visiilng friends and relatives It is Mr Kings first visit to Kentucky since leaving 4 years ago He is delighted with the West but says tqere is no place like Old KentuckyMrs O Adams is at home from a visit to Sbarpsburg Mr John Davis of Danville was over Tuesday to see his mother Mrs H B Sweeney Mrs Charley Deane and Mrs Sam Farlee attended the funeral of their uncle Mr Dean at Nicholas ville WednesdayUncle Smith as he was familiarly called died at his home near here Monday night after a few days illness of pneumonia Uncle Rocky was 84 years of age and one of the most highly respected and was liked by everyone who knew him He had the distinction of being the fath er of a very large family that of 18 children 17 ot whom are living Read This Dr O P Bhares Liberty Ind says 1 have tested Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy in ten cases of chol era this fall and it has proven success ful in but one It was not given according to direction in the case in which it failed Sold by J R Mount Company inyCick Kyi- ffs G Fruit land Ornamental No Agents Free Catalogues H PMIillenmeyer Son Lexington Ky Popular Music received in A fine line Instrumental TJSICat 25cts per copy F 6 HURT Lancaster 1 I rat Miss Ityme Ann all IS TRE Sit hard a Millio rberry Plans just sto Vocal I t and seeds vices Miss Millin r iYF I Gish s1 priv lymp ock of milligat 218 t Af BALLARD Everything Lawn Garden Ofe of e Coal I For Cash or Produce- We have the genuine Blue Gem and Jellico Block and Nut Coal Also a car of KNAWHA SALT just received Highest market price for Poultry Eggs Hides Furs Iron Bones Rubber and Metal Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot B Northcot- tWItDOUGlAS 33B4SBOES ES H1 FOR SALE OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES l have W Douglas shoes for the past six years and always find they are far superior to all other high grade shoes In style comfort and durability W aJONES 119 Howard Ave Utica If I eoald take you into toy Iuf at Brockton Mass sad show yea hew carefaDy W Douglas shoes are would realize why they hold their shape fit better wear longer aad are ef greater rah tham aay eke CAUTION See that name mndpriea to stamped o the bottom Take Hi MakMUirte yow esoaot fit with WLJ o rlMikoe Order Catalog WUDoaftaiJkMktM j W SMITH THE LARGEST RETAILER worn L NY f-act L JIail auta r ji 1 J le MAKER AND rand yon WL t a YOUR ACCOUNT IS Please Call and Settle Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co GROCERIESAt The LOWEST PRICESmay al ways befoundat our store We handle the best goods on the market absolutely PURE FRESH NEW and CLEAN Your patronage appreciated W D WALKER Phone 181 Prompt Delivery THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5000000 R E McRoberts Pres Banks Hudson Vice Pres R I Pres J W Elmore Cashier D 1 Thomas Asat Cashier- R L Elkia BookKeeper Comparative statement of its growth Individual Deposits January i 1907 1653474 January 1 1908 9491696 January Jan 1 1910 13564758 Why you sbouldopatronize TUB PEOPLES BANK 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 service- to all our friends and patrons 4 h 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 becomiug stronger each day Try us and you will never regret it Peoples Bank Paint WAGONSH We have just received a car load of I ColumbusWagons and at to I you PLOWSWe have a large assortment of Vulcan Plows and all kinds of Farming Implements l Wire Peace American Field no better made at higher price See it before buying Bring us your Produce a Doctor Ballard Co Bryantsville P 1E I II III I eIII I II I I lfi r v I I Ix IX I Ii IE Bart B Vicc 11909 11645236 II I I I I I I Lick Ky rJ I B In various Sizes prices fj I II 4 I rJ t w 1z I I t I 1 1 THEBI s a interest W t r4 Fences fi 1 Ky err Farm and Stock The hest is a man with a shorel and a CkckHoiflof nice clean straw J F Rigney and sun s11 12 jeari mule to Hen Gum fur b250 per heart By securing two or three veilbred sows due farrow i the one may start a 11 e business Mr Dave Ran kin bought of 31 r Yates Hudson 260 acres of 1 md near Camp Dick Robinson a 25 per acre Mr W L Lawson has sold his farm of 213 acres to Mr S E Hammond of Knox county at SC5 per acre We welcome Mr Hammond to our cow ty tiomery Slar a handsome 1 was sold by 3I George B Robinson of Boyle county to the Haywood Fair Association at Browns yule Teuu for 81000 Spray your trees tie fl st year the are il just as MKII as the budb begin to swell repeiti K t every year as lung as tne 1 ve Without this work it is of impossibility to rai5i good fruit f anv kind Give the fowls a daily feed of steam ed ol ver o alfalfa hay li tikes tLf plate of green fund in summer sup plies hi li tu the ration which i bene tidal and In Ips l furnish lime Rut making bone and Ptfthell During the ten mOl tss ended 1909 there were iuiporied into the U i ed States 7535 033 bushels ol pitito i st 331 140 bush Is lug the same hue in 3908 the domes amounted to 788U81 buss els as compared 730861 bushel ii the correpondinu ten months of During the winter when the fowls are coiihud they are mope Ibible lo get into bad habits such as feather pulling egg eating etc A thrifty vigorous foul is nature ly industrious and if given to do it aiJ materially ii keeping them out ol mischief and keep l lien from acquit ing bad habttF A good scratching shed solves the proi 1m It has been frequently suggested and the suggestion is a good one for every farmer to place 1 is name and the name of his farm on his road gate Rot only would persons driving to a place more CUM j liud i but it would add more pleasure and i iterest to peo ple driving from pace tti place This list result woud have saeci 1 iffect with well kept and pretty houses An observi u pero will s 1 loin pass a beautiful firm wiMuut desiring to know owner Ex The at tent i HI of the sheep breeders of the State is cal id to the existing conditions of the sheep interests of Keiticky Under the Federal Quar now iu force i1 will surely re suit in thousands of dollars to the far mers who for mar ket It wi 1 also affect the breeders of pure bred sheep for purposes As tne quarantine now in force will not allow any sheep ship ped oui of the S at j unless every car or crate is marked with a card 5 inch es wide and 10 inches lung Exposed sheep for immediate liuyhter They must be unloaded into quarat tiriepens and this will give the buy ers a ciub to use en us and they w ill take off from 50c to 150 per hundred The Sheep Breeders Association has a bl 1 introduced in the LeyiIa to give the Board of Agriculture power Ui stamp out the disease of Scab in the State and I ask that each breceer write bis Senator and Bepreseitatve and ask him to help pass tl bl If something is not dune now we will have to remain un der quarantine un i the next meet trig of the With the pol iticians on side trying to repeal the dug law and the federal quaran tine on the other side the lot of the sheep breeder in Kentucky is a hard one justat this If you are in terested in sheep breeding you had better get busy Kentucky Farmer W T Chilton Secretary Kentucky Sheep Breeders Worn Out Thats the way you fen about the lungs when you have a hacking cough Its foolishness to let it go on and trust to luck to g t iver it when Bal Hr3 Tf rhnnnri Syrup will stop the cough and heal I he lungs Price tae 50c and SI 00 per bottle Sold by B E MRubert 1m LIFE STOCK MARkET CINCINNATI UNION YARDS Feb 15 Cattle Hogs Sheep BeceJpts 218 2370 i Shipments 533 719 CATTLE Shippers 5 50 6 25 Extra 6S56 Butcher steers extra 6 75 6 00 Good to choice 4 90 5 65 Common to for S5C4 85- Belters extra i 5 35 5 50 Good to choke 4 GT 525 Common to lair CO Cows extra 6 00 5 25 Good to choice 4S5500 Common to fair 250425C- anners 2 60 3 25 BmUsbal nms 4 25 50- tSxfz 4 25 tWUs CALVES 9 50 Yak to good 7 23 9 25 Comnion and large HOGS good packers and butchers 9 aO 9 30 Hlx d packer BUgB 08 7 75 to choice heavy Sat sows 6 50 8 75 089 10 Pip lie 6 59 980 SHEEP extra 6 10 25 fieodtocboJce 6 366 eo OM 0525i- AMstf i 875 I t 11 t I spa llll urn toted ann tr October 31 s a I tc exports 1908 something w 1 9 I is its enterprhilg to are raising i legislature t STOCK u u u CIO u 2 4 u Oo 5 25 extra 4 9 O 9 IOQD 9 u 9 lese t u mumm i eB E i 1 aceasefail 82 r hog doctor c r list chestnut trees dui v lush 1 who anti Imbsp greatly breeding A e had sure one tin r fr 4550 a 0 r Common lbaaad w talcr extra naieel w 1- f y t 00 s v Farmers State Institute The Farmers who attend the State Institute in Frankfurt be inning February 23rd will find much to inter est theta in the addresses to be The following is the program WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 Moni gSession 930 ocloclc Call toO der The lion H M Fir man president State Farmers Inhti ule luvocation The Rev Robert L Jowan Frankfort Welcome Address Mayor James Fl Polsgrove Frankfcir Response The Hun H M Froman Ghei t Enrollment of delegates Appointment of committees by the pre iJeut Aferuoon Ses iyu 130 oclock Alfalfa and Clovers in J B W HoDkinsville Good Roads The Hun Joe F Bos ivtirth Middlesboro Djraestic Science Miss Isabella Marshall Lexington Trust and Their Relation to the Farmer Thomas P McGregor A forney General Bet to Wiry the Holstiins in Kentucky tinlsy Mil ward member Board of Control fur Charitable Institutions LexingtonWhy Ilerefords in Kentucky F C Giltier Eminence Why the Shorthorns in Kentucky Re i Winchester Wiry the Jerseys in Kentucky T R Weber Sit 1jy vl- Adjournmet t ulTck All ok aisoiial ions are urgent ly rcqueitd t cull a met ting of thtir respective associations ftllowing ad jjurumenEveniiig Session 8 oVl ick Poultry P E Hale Quincy Luther and His Work G D Smith Eastern Kentucky Normal School Richmond THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 31 n i ig oclock Invocation The Rev C It Hudson FrankfortThe fctili m Law Ken tucky by r quest Prof J J Hooper LtxtngionCortracts Judge John D Carroll Appellate Judge New Castle Seed Corn and Its Selection Prof George Roberts Lexington Agricuture in the Public Schools W II Strange Muufoidvilfe Adj lurnment Afternoon Seshi m 130 urlock The Need of Good Roads in Ken tucky Senator G T Wyatt Om steidOrganizaJim of Farmers and Cur sumers L N Robertson U ic Treatment and Minauement of Sheep DrJ A McKee VersailltF Farmers i i c Hon Roy Wilholt rate clerk Railroad Cow mission Ashland IncreaM g Dairy Profits in Kentuc D Nichols Bloomtield Evening Sessi oclock Organizition of State Corn Growers Association Prof George Robert Fruit and Its Possibilities in Ken tucky Illustrated by G D Smith Extern Kentucky Normal Schoil Richmond FRIDAY 25 M rning Session 930 ocJceK Invocation Rev J S Sins Frankfort Road Improvement of Kentucky C M Hanna Suelbyvi 1 Hogs and Their Feedi ig Prof Wi iiirn Dietrich University of IMnois Urbana III General Improvements of the State As Compared With Former Years GJV Augustus E Willsor Afternoon Session 130 oclock Agriculture in the Public School The HUll James G Crabbe Superin tendent of Public Instruction Fraul fort Child Labor in Kenlubky Pat Fil burn Jtdte Labor Inspector Louis ville Adjournment Round trip tickets can be bought at reduced rates February 22 good re turning February 26 Coughs and Colds Catarrh Croup and Sore Throat Cured by Hyomei The germs of catarrh cannot exist in the same atmosphere with antiseptic Ilynmei pronounce it Breathe Hyomei and r lief from ca tarrh coughs sore throat or cold will come in two minute Breathe II vouifi and that stomach strai ing hawking in the morning will quickly disappear Breathe Ilvoinei and kilt the catarrh germ heal the i flamed membrane stop the discharge of mucus and crusts from forming in the nose Breathe Hymonei for a few minutes each day and forever rid yourself of contemptible catarrl Breathe Hyomei give it a faithful trial and then if you are riot you can have you money back Hyomei is soil by where and by B E A complete costs but 100 and con i is of a hard rubber inhaler that will last for years one of Hyo mei and full instructions for use If a second bottle of liquid is needed you can get an exta bottle of Hyomei in halant for 50 cents Cusss indfssstioostomach ach belching and all stomach orjmoney tal lets 50 cents Linssists ra tl towcs Subscribe for BeconlvI Kent uck Abram J Burbank Session930 fur Pull LifeThe kyW u8 Pro I prevent d ist8 McRubertF MTt B rm rour disc bark I I delivered leer Assistant d liven ill Lexington The High me satisfied outfit bottle Tt relieves tom cures Lire bexx f FARMERS COLUMN pace below this heading is for the exclu she use of our farmer subscribers and Is for the sale of stock grain and Inch things oil farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver Use No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only iu two issues of the RECORD free of charge Wanted a hind quarter of beef J T Henry Two r ice milk cows for sale Phot e 17 E C McWhorter Paint Lick For bales of secondrl ss bar J H Thompson Preachersville WantedA good tobacco al so want someone io saw 40000 ft of lumber CaptT A Elkin Pure cockerels sae at 75c a piece A Iso eggs at 50c a set ting M Lee Holizoiavv Gilberts Creek POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Fquire P Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry b L Rich Mrs P W Kinnaird T A El in Dave Thompson J W Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson II C Arnold W G Anderson H C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn THE FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of The Louis jviiie 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 600 The Louisville Times is the best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of correspor dent Coer the Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field cum pletelyHas lie best and fullest market re purl Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscription Right Awayt- o this paper not to The Louisville Times Baby Hands will yet into mischief often if means a burn or cut or scald Apply Bal Snow Ii liment as the accident happens and the pain will be relieved while the wound will heal quickly and nicely A sure fur sprains Rhcuma ism and all pains Price 25c 50c and 100 by R E McRoberts 1m I 1 II t J II II U UD sale300 tenant rplit1 ton Sweeney- Z Jas Sutton Louisville Times 4 soon I cure a ot rMNtN 600- v ooooosoaeO for T Rice r lianas juntas bottle Sol G d j r Very few bees die Inside of a hiye Nothing is staplo as the alfalfa crop Early tomatoes a profitable crop Acid soils usually have sorrel grow on them Save this years wheat field for some other crop next year The asparagus beetle is a pest and hard to fight Land gets its value from the it will pay on the An acid condition may be deter mined by testing the soil with blue litmus paper will ultimately be seen to be of Importance In irri gated district Worms are most frequently seen in young horses in that are weak and debilitated Timothy and clover mixed makes I good hay because the timothy holds i the clover up and the curing is easier Clover alone cannot indefinitely maintain the land A rotation will not enable us to maintain the fertility of the soil Chickens are very fond of the aspar agus beetles and a few fowls will soon capture the matured insects if allowed in a garden bed Those who have studied the canta loupe market all over the United States declare that there Is no danger of overproduction Luther Burbank says that the spine less cactus will make millions of acres of land now unirrigable produce more fodder than the rich meadow lands The addition of roots to an already complete ration of silage clover and grain for a dairy cow stimulates both milk and butter fat production Few of the honey bees live to exceed the age of 45 dayS except during their time of hibernation in winter yet in this short period much is accom plished Just because wheat Is high this year do not sow an extra rage crop for next year Everybody will do that which will have the tendency to lower the price Perhaps a cow is at her best at six or seven years of age though such j tests as have been made do not always prove that The data seems to be lim ited for some reason It may not be generally known that soy beans make the finest food for poultry The beans would better be cracked until the chickens are educated to eat them Some of the clover plants will alive and some clover seed will be in the soil so that the meadow next year will be mixed clover and timothy which makes excellent hay for the horses The first two weeks of a bees life are spent almost entirely inside of the hive nursing larvae taking only a I short flight on sunny afternoons to strengthen its wings and mark the of its home When pinworms are noticed to be present in horses frequent injections of infusions of tobacco infusions of quassia chips onehalf pound to one gallon of water followed up by a ca thartic are most efficient Land plaster is a soil stimulant and while it increases growth at first it will injure the soil Land plaster is put into some fertilizers but it hurts the land Farmers dont want to to use a stimulant for the land The farmer to win the highest sue cess must be in thorough sympathy with his work and proud of his call ing and he must mix a great amount of brains with his labor The keynote for achieving high success is careful attention to details Rock phosphate does not leach out of the soil it might wash off from a hillside As to the quantity it is best to keep applying rock phosphate until the soil content of phosphorus has been brought up to 1500 or 1800 pounds per acre in the surface seven inches An Ideal of a farm is which maintains a system of agriculture which builds up the soil to a high state of fertility produces everything needed on thefarm that can be satis factorily produced and maintains not less than two principal industries as jources of revenue A very good ration for milk produc tion would be as follows Feed daily to each cow 30 pounds of silage and about 10 pounds A very good nixture to go with this roughage would consist of 300 pounds of gluten feed 200 pounds of bran and 300 pounds of corn chop and for each 3 to four pounds of milk produced give one pound of this combination If it is found impracticable to give 10 pounds of hay daily the allowance may be cut to five aria oat straw may take its place If this is done we adding 100 pounds cottonseed meal to the above mixture then feeding as directed The Daily Health Hint A New York scientist has discov that Wienerwursts dangerous to health Beware of the dog Princeton Tiger LOST Hy and receive 500 so P Ing troublesome Investment I I Drainage I I t i I begin one of hay j red l prove interest vital every and those hay eg producing remain location the should advise and r are ones T o F x ou ds One ha ab bac th o er is a blacks t do nder asst rc tarn to o otfy Broa s Lan cuter regard r Old Fashion Corn Heal is made on genuine French Burs from Sound Clean Corn The life of 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 usetUptis and is the best that money can buy If your not handle Creamery Ihitler or Old Fashion Corn Meal phone us we will give you the name of one who does We also sell Coal and 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