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The Laid THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From Tlie Land TWENTIETH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 19IO w Frt oilow rluasgs 4 of1 f aux sT Post Houghton AND OTHER BUGGIES Averys Plows Corn Planters Cutting Har rows Cultivators and Rollers Wire Fencing Painted Galvanized and TIN ROOFING GUTTERING PUMPS ETC ri1 We can save you money A trial f convince you fiQoJ i QVEEORO WAGONS I g i Ii J i II i I I- g I i J twill J B i CONN BROTHERS RI111 1 1 oi I I 11 M 1 I 11ooI Ieo l II 1 ILJJ o1o II I 11 4 y J S Oleo Lilly and White Housei FLOUR 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 IT 3STO W 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 sea son and have in stock the best grades of Clover Timothy and BluHirass Seed A car load of strictly nice recleaned NORTHERN WHITE SEED OATS We also have OBELISK and GOLD MEDAL In barrels and half barrels This flour cannot be excelled and a trial order will convince you Salt and Feed BANKS HUDSON j i S i 1 I t IIIIIIIIJIIJllllll ltllllllllllllllllll afII 1VNUlWaa MWa I I I 1 FLOUR f f e t w Coal e1 f a S 3 Buy tickets now for the New Ze alanders Mrs John Black is reported very ill at this wiiMnp Mrs James Prather has been quite sick with grip He who thinks he can develop in him the power tnat can Miss Eunice Prather has accepted a position in Dr Actons office Mesdames W O Rigney James Hill and Wm Burnett are victims of grip Mesdames Alexander Kennedy and Banks Hudson have both been sick for several days The New Zealanders at the Court House Their first appearance in Lan caster Come and laugh The Womans Club met this week with Mrs D W Bridges and an program was rendered Remember the troop of Cannibals at the Court House Wednesday March 2nd for benefit of the Circle Girls Come and help the Circle Girls and at the same time enjoy yourself at the Court House Wednesday March 2nd Mr David Thompson who has been in declining health for more toan a year past of heart disease Is very low Mrs Ada Kinnaird has returned from Cincinnati where she has pur chased a large line of the latest styles in milliney The W C T U members have moved from the rooms over Mr Jos ephs store to their new quarters over R S Browns The Presbyterian Mite Society will meet Saturday afternoon at the church The subject under discussion will be Alaska Mrs Julia Rogers Barnard who has been III at the home of her mother Mrs Pat ie Gill we are glad to report very much improved You increase the beneficial effect of good by thinking that it is good you decrease the beneficial effect of good by thinking it is bad Mrs Mary Harris of Indianapolis fell and broke her limb She is a sis ter of A T Anderson and Miss Anderson of this city Little Miss Margaret Geneyie Brad shaw arrived Feb 21 for an indefinite visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Walker Bradshaw McCreary Mr J E Dickersons relatives and many friends are indeed glad to see I him out again after such a long and criTic 1 i mess from typhoid fever Mr Coleman Gulley has returned from Richmond where he underwent an operation for his hand We are glad to report that his hand is almost well The Circle Girls are educating an orphan girl at Hazel Green Come and help them and enjoy yourself The New Zealanders at Court House March 2nd Look at the label on your CENTRAL RECORD which shows when your expired then stop by and pay us to date or if unable to stop mail us a check Miss Booyer of Richmond an expe rienced trained nurse is ministering III to little Elizabeth Logan Simpson who is improving after such an alarming i loess 4 Several crops of the pooled tobacco has been delivered at the Duncan barn which has been leased by the Burley Society More is coming in this week We have heard it intimated that there will be something done about the concrete walks aronnd the public square Dant let this drop for we 4 need them badly Saturday AdiHnt Metcalf and Joe Ray were fined 20 00 and the cost the charge of disturbing religious wor ship at Scctts Fork Trial before th County Judge M Tom Wan of Somerset was a recent visitor of friends and relatives in Garrard Tom says meat is so high in Somerset that he take what little he gets in a capsule The future of any individual is the the result of the sumtotal of his in the present The clearest thoughts and best ideas are found on side of the mind Mr J B Jennings of Pecos Texas Tuesday night for a few daysvis it to his mother Mrs H C Jennings Mr Jennings has been to New York buying goods for his house at Pecos and only stopen by here for a few days Hampton Since Mr R G Hampton and Miss Min nie Sine of Stanford drove over here Wednesday night and were married at midnight by the Rev C C Brawn at bis resdence The couple spent the night at the Kengarlan and drove back home Thursday morning They experienced some little trouble in ob taining marriage license but finally a messenger was sent to see Clerk Wnerrit who t once gave the harpy tand sent them their way rejoicing I I 1 rl f S I Amanda e tt j i iIe t i tiDe I t j t o- nt haste 1 thesunny arrived If on t Interesting I F4 3 q i i I t F t t actions mapletfilr license 1 Mrs Richard Wre of Cincinnati who underwent a sejious operation at the home of Dr Acton is reported do ing nicely and will be out to the gratification of her many fiiancte Mr J Joseph is in New York buying goods for his store His son Arthur who has developed into one of the bens business men in Lancaster is in full charge of the store during Mr absence Watch Richmond Street Messrs W J Romans J E Stormes A D Ford and T B Walker four of our most enterprising citizens will build cement walks in front of their residences as soon as the weather opens up Keep the good work up Sanders The funeral of little James the three year old son of Mr and Mrs James B Sanders of Richmond Ky was held at the Lancaster cemetery Wednesday at 1 p m Services con ducted by Eld F M Tinder who spoke in words of tenderest sympathy and comfort of deepest Christian hope and promise Mr D T Brummett late of Corbin Ky has locased in Lancaster and will be engaged in the Grocery business with his father Rev C T Brummett at the old Underwood stand near the Depot uuder the firm name of C T Brummett Son Rev C T Brummett has made many friends while livi ig in who will welcome his son to our community Honor For Lancaster Boy Will H Noel a former Lancaster boy hut for the pastfew years a resident of Knoxville Tenn is last rising in the commercial world Upon the death of the manager of the large wholesale grocery house in which Mr Noel has been employed as head book keeper for several years be and one other young man were appointed en tire managers of the business which is a very high honor contideiing he got the position without applying for and there were over forty appli cants for the place Mr Noel has full charge of the finances We hope he will continue to rise as we are always glad to hear good re ports from a home boy Beazley Oa Tuesday morning Mr W B received a telegram containing the sad news of the death oOIrs Elizabeth Beazley widow of the late Geo R BeazleyShe on February 21st at the home of her daughter Mrs F L at BerryviUe Ark of pneumonia and the remains were shipped to this place for interment in the Lancaster cemetery The funeral services were conducted by Elder F M Tinder at the cemetery Thursday The deceased was a sister to Mr W G Dunn of Marksbury Ky and Mrs Tbos Richards of Stanford and an aunt of Mrs W B Mason of this city and MrC L Dunn of Chattinooga Tenn She was 70 years of age having resided in Garrard county all her life until a few years ago when she remov ed to Arkansas with her daughter She was well known and had many friends in the county being connected Life will never be quite the same to those who knew her while those who were nearest to her will long for her with unuterable longings long for a mothers council love and ad vice She was a strong Christian character patient loving and self sacrificing Her daughter Mrs F L Austin is very sick and was unable t accompany the body here Election Contested The local option forces in Nicholas ville have filed in the Jessamine coun ty court a pet ton contesting the election which was held there on 15th and which resulted in the town going wet majority of 35 votesThe petition alleges in substance that the language on the ballot was misleading ambiguous and contadic tory that the election was held on the 15th of February which was a time other than a November election and no registration was held not less than five days prior to said that a number of persons not required to show their registration certificates that persons who were not registered or who registered illegally were voted and counted that the voting booth in one precinct was not inclosed on three sides and for that reason the votes were not secret ballot in one precinct voters tovote and bad ballots cast outside the booth which ballots were received and counted the chief of po lice who the says was in fa vor of the sale of liquor took an part in Vie election and one of the city policemen was also an election officer and gave outinformation at the door of the booth that persons other than officers of election permit ted to come and remain within less than fifty feet of the polls in two pre cincts voters who were neither blind illiterate and exhibited their ballots and said ballots were not secret ballots that in two precincts persons were permitted to vote who did not reside in the precincts and were not qualified voters the officers of election in two precincts did not take the oath to du ties as such officers and lastly that of election officers were no1 posted 6 it Austin prominently February bYa were were were showed dl I cards of instructtons for the guidance jICeI goon Lancaster Mason special elect- Ion permitted petition active were nor at ornear 7 Monday Is County Court day a large crowd is expected in town Enemies Go straighten and dont mind them If they get in your way walk around regardless of their spite A man who has no enemies is seldom good tor any thing he is made of that kind of ma terial which is so easily worked that every one has a hand in it A sterling character is one who thinks for him self and speaks what be thinks he is always sure to have enemies They are as necessary to him as fresh air they keep him alive and Active Live down prejudice by right dtiag If you stop to dispute you do but as they desire and open the way for more abuse Let the poor fellows talk there will be a reaction if you perform but your duty and the sparks which if you do not blow will go out of them selves and those once alienated will flock to you and acknowledge their error Interviewed Our representative Mr J O Bogie i was interviewed at the Kengarlan ho j tel Wednesday night by a representa j tive of this paper and made the state ment that he was for the County Unit bill and had always been for it and ex pected to vote for it when it is placed j on is passage He further stated that he had treated the County Unit gill as had all others vowing against mak lag it a special order as he saw no S reason who it should be given prefer j ence over other bills that were of greater interest to the taxpayers He ilso stated that for two weeks he voted to make the County Unit bill a sped il order but as it seemed to be the temper of the house not to do it decided that it was useless to waste jj further time by voting to make it a special order when his not ef rest the situation one way or the oth Mr Bogie says that he stands ready to vote as he promised be would i before the election RELIGIOUS J W Terrell will preach at Scotts Fork next Sunday Everybody come There will communion services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday Preparatory services at the Presby terian church Friday evening at 715 oclockRegular services at the church Sunday morning and evening Subject for Sundoy morning Chinas Falling Walls There will be preaching at the Bap tist church at Buckeye Sunday mor ning at 11 a m by Rev W H Brum mett of Williamsburg All members are requested to be present The Rey O P Bush will conduct the regular services at the Baptist church next Sunday morning aud Subject fur the morning The Powers That Be Are Ordained of God Subject for the evening Third Saying of Christ on the Cross The name of our town stands for a picture in the minds of all who have lingered even for a few fleeting days within the charm of its wooing beauty It stands not alone as a present but as the future ideal to its own loyal citizens It i unique among its sisters in this state as an ideal city of homes even as the county is unique for its wealth fertility and manifold attrac tionsMen here take pride in their homes The word home next to that of mother is the greatest ever uttered by human tongue What a refuge the home is when the darkness gathers How glad one is to get a glimpse of home when time and space have sep arated him from it if even but for a brief period The business here represented is on so solid a foundation as to insure per fect credit if needed The banks have a combined capital surpassing other towns They are ably officered co ser vatively managed and are adding their full quota toward the development of every industry The doctors lawyers dentists dry goods men grocers clothiers tailors hardware merchants jewelers lum ber and implement dealers harness shops drug stores meat creamery telephones system Furni ture dealer produce houses tobacco warehouses grain dealers coal dealers restaurants hotels water system electric lights mills millinery barber shop laundry liv ery stables blacksmith and repair shops all these are displaying an that is truly worthy of commendationImprovements of various kinds are continually being made lawns are cared for in an Inviting manner church influences are wholesome so vial influences elevating and inspiring home influences a benediction educa tional influences the most helpful Man meets his fellows here with a Good morning James how are you feeling this morning while the an swer is wafted back on the morning breeze Quite well I thank you The good women as they toil the greater part of the day in looking the domestic duties hum a merry tune the while because love lightens labor over their tea cups at an afternoon or around some family circle barded together as a club they discuss ft pics alone to elevate their iace f I the She vtte did ere ChristIan n evening Our Town I Ipic- ture I I I I establishments And l markets aggressiveness being after function intended Tbieaa0nr Tones 1 air ro5Ba5ra SOSaa VULGflN PLOWS O THE BEST MADE Plow Gear wagons 8 GRASS SEED ETC f HASELDEN BROTHERS a Give Your Money A Chance By buying your Groceries of me Satisfaction guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery YOUR ACCOUNT IS Please Call and Settle Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co The Wm J Oliver Plow II SI l t1 i 91rS SI I i s I S SiS SiS iiXi tS I I I I I I ocOOocoooc s A II II II II I I o X e1 II I a FMOOOOO00000 fO0000000000QG I3JF Due 1 f is guaranteed to give perfect sat isfaction It is the Strongestand RUNS LIGTER than any plow on the market Call and see it and get prices k W J RomansIr- c = CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YELL From TIe Land Of JW GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr Entered at tie Poet office in Lanemtcr Cy a SecondClou Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers Lvalue Lancaster Ky February 25 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices t 500 Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the of individuals expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are to announce Hun Helm a candidate to succeed himself in Congress subject to the ac of Vie Demucratic party There is probably more controversy in the Kentucky the regulation of the sale of i itoxiratint liquors than any other question upon which definite legislation is proposed This fact 1 me keeps up public inter est i i a that s vitally effects the general welfare But si nee a num ber of neighboring communities which are mad option units under the ex fisting temperance Laws have again submitted the question to election the jieaeral results of those contest and tLe status of tile temperance cause in the state makes more acute public interestThe right to regulite the sale of uqior is no longer ques tioned and tie to regulate in cludes the right prohibit the open saloon But whether or not the ernment should license the sale de pends upon the viiies of a majority in seme dt finite territory The exist ing op i m bll makes the county the unit of decision ii all counties except those having cities of tie first second third sand fourth el iss We favor the proposed option making tbe coun ty the unit without regard ft the city or class of city Why nut The coun ty is the unit i i the enforcement of liw and all the people of the county are t xed defray the expenses matter of right should not every Citizen in a county have a voice in reg ulatng a matter thatso vitally effects the consumption of bis taxes other wise is a form of taxation without representation It is now too well et tab iUied for argument that the in creased use of intoxicants likewise In creased crime It is tery expensive to the public to prosecute criminals One may consistam ly favor the proposed li I and yet favor the sal 101 for the purpose of tae legislation is ugly to en 1 irge the unit sill leaving it to a ma j iritv of the voters whether liquor shall be sold The tight between those opposing the open saloon and the whiskey people has been going on in this state for years Every battle has not by any been a victory for the temperance people Yet in summing up the balance is largely in favor of the local optionist The fact that there will be no local option bill by the present Legislature that Somerset Paris Winchester and Nicb olasville have by small majorities re turned to the open saloon is no reason for discouragement The waving of public sentimeit on all great public questions will make no exception of the temperance cause but as the sea tides c sine and go we tiiuk there will come in a temperance current ere long that wil effectively sweep away what now appears to be a small for the saloon A good deal has been said in recent years about Forestry and one great mind after another has studied this until today a buteu of For estry has been organized i i so efficient a manner that from a small beginning eight years ago it has groan to the propor i ins of an economic of the government It controls millions of acres of land administers many and mixel business interests governs wisely diverse industries and people saves for tbe central govern a constait3 increasing revenue and conserves for future generations Tne natural wealth of lumber grazing mineral and wattr power committed to carr One of the most important questions being argued today Is whether the cutti ig away of forests effects the amour tof rain fall Willi L Moore chief of the U S Weather Bureau has been making investigations along line and has arrived at the conclusion that forestalls has little or nothing t i do with the of rainfall The tendency today is to convert for est cultivated Prof Moore advises it to be pr erved for itself but at tie Sams time wants to impress that they have nothing to do witb creating or augmentingdroutlis in any part of the world He claims floods are caused by excessive precipitation and the precipitation over the aad eastern portions of the US is the vapor borne by the warm southerly wicdd from the Gulf of Mexico sod the adj eel toceans the interior of too country However this opening J K at variance the theories of tbe Forest service and the popular view of the so j Ct This theory has beea ac cepted only ss the opinion of one use of scieatifc alUIameat so the ROT ruBMt to faTl g thoroughly dtocu L and For County Interest lutblriz d Bal vey ti Levi I inure over mutter Ii t gu bill t o Asa i 1 sut j department melt it amount jJ v t a- r t m IiL a t V r means l vie rrry 1 act Q f th I tar helm r cent iota Wit t c r v r fi rY i r 1y v is cal i f l ed and decided before two many of our forest are cut away whether or not the forests influence our climate and rainfall Senator Hubble Is this general caustc criticism of our Representative in the Upper House at Frankfort just That Sena tor Hubble has used his vote upon e ery opportunity to prevent the exten sion of the County Unit law is the cause of this miniTest public disap proval of his course We disagree with our Senator upon this pub ic question and regret that he dues not view this important legislation as But the fact that a citizen does not agree with hi representative on a public question does not alone such arraignment as some have Mr Hubble The Senator was by the Democratic party with his party platform silent upon local option and his opponent for tbe declaring i i favor of the Coun ty Option bill and charging HubMe with being In favor of the licensed He was elected at the general election with a republican opponent and it was openly and pubtkly charged in this city by him and many others that the democrat ij nominee opposed the extension of the County Unit bill and that he was a whiskey man Now of these charges so far as we have been able to learn were previous to 1 is election ever denied by Senator In fact those opposing the proposed county writ bill voted for and support ed Hubble with the under finding that he would vote as he is now doing and the temperance people exptcted or should have expected the same vole Out Senator is not guilty of embez zing representative power but on the contrary is voting as the general pub Pc expected him to do If the option people either democrats or would expect their respective rep ti vestal Frankfort to assist in extending the temperance legislation we think it wiser to nominate those pledged to the cause previous to the election rather thou to depend upon resolution and general criticism to coerce a representatve who has pre viously pledged to the other side The murder ot Hiram Hedges by nUIit riders some two years ago will be recalled That two years passed before anything like a vigorous inves tigation of this crime was taken up is lamentable At last a grand jury in Nicholas county has an indictment and it is better late than never It shows that there are responsible in Nicholas county who have not or for given atrocity Whether or not the man indicted was one of tbe murder ers cannot at present be determined but it is the hope of every true who has a in his State and an interest ii its welfare and a love of just ce tuat the tri l will be conducted impartiall It will be remembered that Mr Hedges was ca led fcj his door in the middle of the i i ht and shot down in cold bood by a gang of night ri dens Unsympathi tic indeed must be the man whose blood does not grow hot at the very thought of such an act Every man who honors tbe good name of Kentucky name of which suggest beautiful and everything that is pure and just should join in an effort to punish persons who violate the law It is your duty to do this You owe it to your State to your fellow man to yourself and to your God Do you know the German fable of the horseshoe Tbe Chicago prints this story In the olden times in a little Iii lage of Germany a blacksmith was bard at work The sound of the anvil attracted the attention of the devil He saw that the smith was making horseshoes and thought it would be a good idea to get his own hoofs shod So the devil truck a bargain and put up his hoof The smith saw whom he was dealing and nailed on a red hot shoe driving the nails tquare into the hoof of the devil The devil then paid him and left but the honest blacksmith threw life money into the fire firmly believing it would bring him bad luck Meanwhile the devil walked some distance and began to suffer the greatest torture from the noeF The more he kicked and and swore tbe worse the things hurt Jim Finally after be had gone through the most awful agony he tore them off and threw them away From that time forward whenever be saw a horseshoe he wouUTrun away fever isbly anxious to be out of sight of the things that had tortured him so The German peasantry all believe tbis story today and one can scarcely find a doort t p or a barn that hasnt a horseshoe nailed above it Friends of the Hon James J Hamil ton are urging hits to announce as a candidate for 1 he democratic congress1 itnal nominal He has assisted many nominees of the party in this county in the parties flag to victory In fact there hasnt been many political contests for thee past years that be has not been one of the most active and earnest members of the patty in bringing success to the orgaiiizitipn He is a past master in the game politics with his pluck and indomitable energy and power of leadership we believe that should he decide to enter the fight other as pirants for the nomination will soon learn that the Garrard County candi date is fullworthy of their consider tion His friends think it our tine to furnish the nominee of the this county not bad the honor for 6 lot a time J1 I I wed jU SU fYI nat d nomination saloon Hubble republicans resent atruri pus returned tit zens forgotten the Kentuckian pride and t U ever flowers Horseman danced I fifteen I I par 1 t 0 t iguruusly wit rn carrying and the sin boa 1 h ce A side light on those things for the present depleted condi faun of the Stite Treasury has been brought out by the investigai Im now on and having to do with the manage ment and condition of the Kentucky militia From the testimony of it has Lien developed that tbe State spent night rider troubles a total of 190000 in sending State troops to first oue place and then another aud ii many instances witb out any request having been made to the Governor to send troupe It has been developed that the bill of liveryman alone tor horse hire to mi i iinien and not including feed was more than 10000 TLis is looked upon as rank extravagance on the part of Governor brought about dy poor judgment on his part It is generally conceded that little or no good was accomp ished by means of the State milita during the uightiider troubles Shtlby News Democrats all over the country will be happy to bear that Senator Till man of South Carolina is improving and will likely recover from a recent attack of paralysis Senator TiTman is one of the must picturesque and honest statesman of our nation and the country can ill afford to lose such a man at any time Saved From Awful Peril I never felt so near my grave writes LewisCbamblin of Munches ter Ohio R R No 3 as when a frightful cough and lung trouble pull ed 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 winch completely cured me Now I wei b 160 pounds and can work bard It al so cured my tour children of scoop Infallible for Coughs and Col is its the moj ceitiin remedy for LaGrippe Asthma despepsa desperate lung trouble and all bronchial affections 50c and 100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by B E McBoberts 1m CAKTEltSYILLE Mr Granville Clark is some better at this writing Tbere are some hopes of his recovery now Mr Ambrev Carter sold to Mrs Lundy Rubinson a nice mare for 182 50Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first j nifty and low prices Banks Hudson Burned to tbe wire of Mr Clarence Green a tine girl on the 20th Miss Addie Blain who has been very low with witb pneumonia is able to be up again Burned to the wife of Mr James Weils a buy Mrs P L Gabbard is on the sick fist tins week The little children of C F Jen nings who have been very sick witn measels is improving and Mrs G B A len was the of Mr and MT J T Al en The stork visited the home of Mr and Mrs David Carter on last Satur day morning and left a eleven pouud bay Mr Carter has a grin on his face a yard wide Mother and baby are doing uieely On last Thursday morni ig at two oclock tbe Great Angel of Heaven hovered around the home of Mr J Thomas Allen and claimed as its vic tum his darling wife Willa She was just in the bloom of womanhood ouly 19 years of of age She was sick two weeks and all that loving hands could do was done for her but all proved to be in vain She was adaughter of M and Mrs S Roop she has belonged to the church for several scare She leaves tj mourn their loss a husband one little girl two weeks old a father mother and tour Misses Cora Mary and Paul ina Roop and M J D Carter a host of relatives and friends The little feil is in the hands of her grandmother Mrs John Allen and we wi h her much success in tbe trials and troubles of tIle little one Lovers Lane In April when the moon is full How many a dress of bright Goes arm fn arm with some dark Al ng tbe woods by Lovers Lane The newlyplighted farthest roam And latest in the But bride and bridegroom seldom leave Tbe homeward end of Lovers Law Sometimes a troop of stray And follow in their parents train To pick the sweet anemones That grow so thick in Lovers Lane Sometimes a lady walks alone With head inclined as if again She heard a voice to us She seems at home Lovers Lane A stranger banished long ago From tbis green path forgives his pain And sends a little prayer to heaven For all walk in Lovers Lane Sarah ft Cleghorn In Everybody Worthy of Respect Respect the faculty that tky Aurellus Hamlet had melancholy probably caused by an inactive liver A bad liver makes cruse irritable physical depression and HerMne is acknowledged to be lh perfect liver regulator If youre blue and onto suite bot tie today A for headache Constipation and Fever and all liver complaints Sold by B E MoRoberte 1m i L 1 the I I l one I I K Mr Ir guest Sunday p C methodist sisters besides woodremain 1 formal udgmeDts Marcus lone CHUB mental Ballard oJ responsible witnesses during delai children unknown who and may read gets positive trice h Ifo Chills 1 neat 1 ne General NeWs It has been announced by market men that American beef exported by way of New York to London England is selling from 3 to 5c per pound less in London than in New York Thejneasure increasing the salaries of Circuit Judges in Kentucky 1200 a year has passed the Senate and the House of Representatives The Burley Tobacco Society will to the tobacco crop of the current year and a of the dis trict board bas been called for March 8tb at Lexington to approve tbe pledgeAttorney General Wickersham will be called as a witness in the Ballinger investigation 10 ten what he about a conversation he had Henry M General of Port about a ago over the laud claims involved in the invcsIga tion No opposition to the Hon Ollie James as tbe Democcalis candidate for Congress in the First district hay ing appeared the committe will at Paducah February 24th and declare Mr James the nominee This shows that the people the good work of Congressman JameF The unit bill is killed by the action of the Senate in keeping it in the hands of the committee on and morels who refused to report tbe measure Tbe friends of temper ance legislation have practically aban ded all hope of getting a local option bill at the present session A delegation of prominent Kentucky negroes headed by Dr C H Parrish of Louisville called upon Taft Monday to urge the appointment of Albert 6 White as Mi liter to Heyti The delegation was introduced by Senator Bradley The appointment was urged on the grounds of the sat isfaction it would afford the people of Kentucky especially the negroes The first bill to pass both Houses and go to tbe Governor was that of Senator Arnett of Covington making October 12ili a legal holiday under the name of Columbus Dav The bill was strongly pushed by the Knights of Columbas tbe leading Catholic organization sad was opposed by some Prutestant on the plea that it gave undue prominence to a particular organization The day is a legal holiday in a number of States The case of the prosecutor in the Bellinger investigation was practical ly closed last Saturday When the committee met Mr Vertrees that he did not care to question Glais father Mr Brandt examined Henry M Hoyt who corroborated Glivis in important points and after introducing a large amount of evidence announced that be was practically through Adjourn ment was taken uutil Friday Feby Incensed at the action of the pc 1 ce at Philadelphia i arresting strike leader C 0 Spratt of the carmens union tbe Central Labor Union de a sympathetic strike of all or labor in the city which means that one hundred thousand laborers will quit work if the order is obeyed Hundreds nf been arrested and several tilled since the Carmens strike The Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co says it will fight to the bit tar end as is also the declaration of tbe Union The company is running cars on the ciple lines but the service is not and but few people venture to ride on tbe cars Tbe authorities of the city are assured by the national guard commanders that the entire di vision of State military numbering ten thousand men is at the service of tbe city in case the police torte is to keep peace Took All His Money Often all a man earns goes to doc tOtS or for medicines to cure a Stom ach Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr Kings New Life Pills would quickly cure at slight cost Best for Indigestion Bill usness Jaundice and ty 25c at R E 1m BUENA VISTA Tom Askins and family who have been visiting J W Askirs have re turned to their home near King City Missouri Cbas Robinson and mother of Bur gin attended church here Sunday and dined with the family of Wm Chris topherVirgil Wilds one of our popular young men has moved to Bargin where he will make his home with his uncle Virgil Scott and iroved to Bryantsville ti the property ed by Dr Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Quarterly meei ig w 11 be t Browns Chapel March 19b and 20h Rev Strat on district superinteudei t presidingMister John Dismukes who has been dangerously ill with the second attack of pneumonia is im pros Vas OraPoor wasealied to Stan ford by illness of her sister Mrs EdBHlard Mr Alfred Swope of Bry antsvle spent days last week with the hitters parents Mr and Mrs James Chritpher M rand M ir Leathers of Fauicon er have viitiing their daughter Mrs Wi H Duncan who for several weeks 1 undertake pOll meeting remembers Ho t Attorney year mart appreciate religious Pre jdeDt fraternal mini t rs announced documentary 2 clued men and buys have started on Sunda regular unable Dyspepsia Constipation MI trig Roberts E iitt Mrand bee 0 wit s Rico county gan zed pct Deb ife have vac held now mach the several i has heels kw h u il a ill School The Washington Day exercises of Monday afternoon were well attended The program as rendered consisted of the following numbers and 3rd grades Tbe Flag Bradford Williams and 1st grades In Memo iiui Annie Reid A little School Boy to Washington Hudson Good O d Times Wi liana Khmaird The Color Guard Florence Acton Geography cjong Four Girls Life of Washington Five Buts Like Washington Woodruff Wil lions Plane Duet Mary and Ber nie Lear Second Carrier Washington Elizabeth Ford Wasbiufctuus Christmas Party lie Miller Sung Trio Helen Young Mary Lee Lear Florence Johnson Chorus The Presidents Music Cass Birthday of Washington Lucian Grant Washingtons Clay Wil liams Chorus High School Messrs Batson and Cochran of the School Board paid us a visit on Friday afternoonMiss Mason of Richmond while visiting her sister Miss Mabel Mason spent some time with the pri mary rooms We are glad to note the presence of menu of our pupils who have recover ed from recent sickness President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been help ed by the President ef the Industrial and Ordhans Hume at Macqn Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine Stomach Liver and Kid ney troubles We regard it as one or the best family medicines on earth t invigorates all vital organs purifies the aids digestion creates anpc tile To strengthen and build up pale thin weak children or rundown people it has no equal Best for complaints Only 50a at R E McRoberts 1m Millinery ffor Sale I wish to my stock of millinery at Ky 2l84t Ms G Fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Ole Million Strawberry Plaits No Agents Free Catalogues H F Hillenmeyer Son Lexington Ky We will send the Courier Journal for the next THREE MONTH- Sto you for 1 O O McRoberts This contractor got results Some ago af contractor a railroad a climate was troubled a by sickness among the laborers He turned his attention at once to their food and found that they were full rations of meat were g water from a stream near by He issued orders to cut down the He also boiled Oats and mixed the thin water with their drinking water Almost instantly ai ns stomach disorders andKB men snowed a decided improve and con tractor had experience taught him thegreat good oatmeaL 53 The wassmall lOc for regular aue packages k itabo her for kot AII Note I I Songs2nd SongsPrimmer I HandRuth Vile KissMary I J r riV rely Pain ck A rII I R E building clr greatlytheaen I1 that Fri bie Lit le Johnson fur ll iud female sell BALLARD ears warm maker all meat iii oust ant clan atea 4 The Coming Harrow I T r T rl1Jfr l I I Clarks Harrow I iI Cutaway i Clarks I Cutaway Harrow I HAS AT J R Mount Son Co saves one team and one hand each day you use it and leaves theground good condition for seeding The following farmers are useing it and will not have any other J E Robinson J N Denny A R Denny J Wade Walker Woods Walker Frank FolRer J W Palmer H K Herndon J A Doty Owen East Walker Wm I ARRIvTED I in Arnold W S Joe Bog Bi1iJ E l i AC rIrriM THE Notional BankOf Lancaster Capital 50000 A R hiesideat J JL STORMES Vice Presc S C DENNY Caskier J F Robinson Asst Casbr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamI D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stones S C Dennv J Williams S20000 DES Y L I its Giil W IfI J J President WALKstt JB JOHNSO PnaLVies ORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000- B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONKY Asst fashr C D WAUUES Bookkeeper- J J WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Bidson J J Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold We wish to say to the public that hasnt been open regular for some time but will be opened now Come in and get the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO HERES A Bargain FOR YOU Daily By Mail Three Months and The Central Record One Year Both For Only 200 The price of the D lily ConrierJonrnal is 600 a year 15 for three months We have made a special arrangement whereby we will accept ordes for that piperand ours during JANUARY FEB RUARY and MARCH ONLY at the price for both aaraed above Send in your subscription at once and keep posted on tie Proceedings of theX LegislatureSu- nday Courier Journal not included in this offer Send socts additional if Sunday issue is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL just as good a paper as it ever was We can still tike and our paper both one year for Orders MUST be to this paper NOT to the COUMtTW adTUt s M j i i Walker T iT Arnold TIlE POX STUDIO everySaturday is Weekly JU fLi e oft ic cat c f Courier Jourrial famish iaoseat to t rater r r i r I i L I This Space Is Reserved For The Joseph Mercantile eompany WAV A W A r A W A IT A A A J A r 1 ii i C J CY C J I J 1 I I i t f i E 1p ili I a C t 1 r w ii- r t 1 L1 Gossip About People N V N A Brief Mention ef the and Geings Ly These Wt Are Interested In Mr E C Gaines was in Paint Lick last Monday Miss El z ibt tl Anderson is visiting i LouisvilleSenator Fan is spent last week with his family here M Ollie of Paint Lick was ii tjwn last Sunday Miss Marv Kath Singleton has re turned from Cincinnati Mr Winton Wiseman of Danville was in our nuist Friday L L Walker made a business trip tj Louisville this week Mr Charlie Tf vis spent a few days with friends in Richmond Mr Herbert Kinnaird is in Louis bile jn business this week Mr A F Sanders is at home from a easiness trip to Mt Sterling Miss Delia Tinder was at home from Richmond Saturday and Sunday Mr C n Jahn or Pittsburg is the guest of his friend Fred P Fiisbie- Mr Ikp Dunn of Lexington is the guest of Mr J D Gulley and family MJR Joe Botnrs rif Richmond is the guest of Mr J D Gulley and family Miss Allene Bourne was a visitor to Miss Irene Romans the first of the weekMiss Lucv Walker D is visiting her sister Miss Jessie Doty in Mr W R Patick a prominent farmer of Lowell wasia town Wed nesday Miss Lee Pruitt of State Lick Springs has been vi iting Mrs Dave Sanders Li e Ford who is attending college in Lexington was at home the first of the week Mr Doo GM and Carlton Elkin attended a dance at Danville last Fri day night Mr Hogan Ballard a prominent merchant of Bryantsville was in town last week The Chautauqua Circle met Wed nesday afternoon at the home of the Misses Gill Mrs Lizzie Burgess of Lower Gar rard has been the recent guest of Mrs B H Tomlinson Mrs O A Hendren of Cottonburg has b cn visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Prather Miss Amanda Anderson attended funeral of Mrs John Earl at Fal mouth Ky Thursday Miss Anderson and Zada Zanone are attending the Millinery Opening in Louisville Mrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts of Lex ington spent a few days this week with Mrs W I Williams Miss Mary Elmore a student of the Normal school at Richmond was at home Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ethel of the Normal school of was at bode for several days visit Miss Mary is with her Mrs Mary Hamilton at Buena Vista for a short Mr and Mrs J S Bowman of Lew Is county have arrived for a visit to Mr and Mrs W G Anderson Willie B Logsden and Ed sa Mason of Junction City were visi ton here the first of the week Smith of Crawfords is again with Miss Ref 1 1 for a stay of several months Mrs Ely Denis and daughter of Romlind have been visit ln sad Mrs John Forbes rTSe Ladies Aid Soclty of the Chris UMtrtHHt will eet SaUJday after Cemi t j I I WestDarnold Owsley visit Miss Iva Lee yUle Indl ma 0 o 7r j I l Ter ill l r 4 qty Richmond a 1 1 1 annie Richmond grandmother a x I Miss Mies k Arnold heather thepast f lie week L 1 noon at the home of Mrs Rebecca WestMiss Katharine Miles Hemphill has returned to her home in Nicnolasville after a pleasant visit to Miss Mary Arnod Misses Margaret and Havey Dunn and Miss Ueviues of Danville were with Mr and M s R E McRoberts Tuesday Mr Wood Dunlap and Mrp D Potts of Lexington attend ed the funeral of W O Dunlap on last Friday Miss Sadie Mason of Richmond was the attractive guest of her sister Miss Mabel Mason on last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Emma Kauffman and Miss Frankye leave this week for a visit to Mr and Mrs John Green leaf of Richmond Mr Raymond King after a peasait vifitto friends and relatives in Garra d has returned to his home in Cement California Our representative Mr J O Bogie returned to Frankfort Wednesday morning after spending a few days with his home folks Mr R G Burgess from Armington Ill has been visiting Mr James Pra ther and was called home Monday on account of sickness Miss L ittie Ham and Nura Parks two of our accomidating telephone girls spent last Saturday and Sunday with their home folks MrsW R Gott and little daughter Miss Leona accompanied by her Mi s Wilson have returned from several days yisit to her parents in Richmond Mrs Judge Holman of Aurora Ind sitter Miss Allie B Brown of Louisville have been called here by the alarming illness of their mother Mrs Breathitt Brown Sr Mrs J W Walter son John L and daughter Miss Ethel Walter baye re turned from Frankfort where they were called by the serious iilness of Sam Walters Sum is reported much better to the gratification of his many friends- i Wont Need A Crutch When Editor J P Sossman of Cor nelius N C bruised bis leg badly it started an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proyed worthies Then Bucklens ArnicaSalve healed it thor oughly Nothing is so prompt and sure for Ulcers Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Pimples Eczema or Piles R E McRoberts 1m The kickers on the farm are not so hard to get along with as the kickers in town On tbe farm there is tbe kicking cow ahd our long eared friend the mule while in town there is the old mossback who wants all the muni cipal improvements without paying for them The cow may be sc Id for beef the mule traded for a shot gun hut nothing but a funeral will get lid of the town kicker Leror Percy of Greenville was chos en United Stateo from Mississ ippi on tbe fiftyeighth of tbe Democratic caucus by a majority of five votes over former GovVardaman Whan oalloting was resumed all of the candidates withdrew with the of Percy and Vardaman tbe vote showing Percy 87 and Vardaman 82 The nomination is equivalent to elec tion The ExGovernor became known by his utterance against negro equality and his extreme position as to mob law while Governor of Gcttlng On The man who is not afraid gets on It isnt tbe chap who is always trying the with a timid foot who skates across the pond it is the one who taking all things into consid eration strikes out boldly Same way with business You cant sit still and expect the world to bring orders in on a silver platter You have to six boldness with brains and go outfortbeni yourselves TheMB who te afraid to re s ooslbillty will sever be troubled Eugenia county sister hud 25t at Senator ballot exception widely daughter land Mississippi carefully ice its take with taking large profits from bis bu i nes Tbe pusher may be obnoxiois at times but the pusher is one tui dred per cent better than the stand stillerAll the featherbed world loves a lover But all tbe business world loves the man who dares if be does a thinking along with his daring Shirk ing responsibi iry holding back so that you may get every possible angle on the question before you go ahead hesitating pondering past ogical moment these are the things that have kept the failures you know just where they are Getting on means getting busy It means taking the initiative when hesitate recognizing opportunity a square away and realizing that to morrow is a day that never gets here Dont be foolhardy in your energy But dont forget that the God of Suc cess likes a Goer Tell Us About It Every newspaper wants to publish the news The better the paper the more prosperous it wi 1 be Local news items are especially hard to run down How many times have you dear reader been approached by the newspaper man for an it m of news and told him that you knew nothing of interest Probably at the time your family were away on a visit or some one from cut of town was visiting at your home Of course you dont mean to deceive the scribe yet when you received your paper you wonder why your family or friends were not A good way to avoid all of this is to kindly inform us of the fact or drop a note in tne postoffice to the paper or telephone us at No 43 The one item may not amount to much but several columns of such news is the life of a local paper See Recipe Cood Town Grit Push Energy Schools Morality Churches Harmony Cordality Advertising Talk about it Write about it Healthy location Speak well of it Help to improve it Advertise in its paper Patronize its merchants Have Cement Sidewalks Elect good men to office Honest competition in Faith exhibited by goods work Make the atmosphere healthy Fire all croakers loafers and dead btats Let your object be the welfare growth and promotion of your town and its people Speak well of the pub licspirited men and also be one of them yourself Be honest with all of your fellow men LICK M WS Fib of Stanford was friends ore day last week Miss Nettie Is visiting friends at Berea After an illness of pneumonia Mr Wilson Howard died at his home last Tuesday and was buried at Manse The sick In this locality are impov ing rapidly and will soon be out again Mrp J H Burke and son Edgar Poyntz spent Sunday with her Mrs Joe Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson JfrW O Mays of Terrillt was in midst Monday The private school being tavgbt by Miss Maud Crandall will close next Friday Attention Swine Breeders Bourbon Hog Colera Remedy is a preventive as well tt for bogcholera and other Infectious of swine It keeps healthy and snakes them grow and fatten A few doses now nay save the low of your satire Sold 07 J j j others I I for a VimSnap prices Treadway our LJ- IoUltt CO r lilt thepsycho mentioned I PAINT herewith daughter McCormack sure a cure diseases bogs herd F e 1 Louisville Nashville Time Table For Richmond Lexington Cincin nati and intermediate stations 514 a m 1114 a m and 140 p m For Stanford Corbin Knoxville and points South 940 a m and 835 p m For Stanford Lebanon Louisville and points North and South 214 pm 1 YOUU UNI IT IN TIllS COLUMN d Shoes sold tf I will serve a good finner court day at L N Chas Baierlein rdrobe y at this office Get a good 35c at Baierleins restaurant nea on court day Phone 199 tie grocery 24tf line of dr haw cheap I am sellsng wagons tf We handle the f brand of flu Rooms for or un furnished MrtJKD Powell tf urner 24tI Foji BENT Splendid lic squara ajtoly Sv ne 2 18 t For Sale f One Oak library one Walnut Don target tie cl old rfem need of T tf Brin est mar 211t Bring vmrhiftter and eggs to Cur market price2183t For Sale One nice Walnut furniture Will sell cheap this office Try a Win J plowyif you want w on the market T W J Romans tf The firm of T S Son have is now run by Robert retiring Elkin his son 2183t on bond W B Burton 5 oND k mules to buy see 2Utf Anyone claims against the estate of L Walker de ceased prelmt them to Lewis L properly approved JLi redspo Ibs all charges Hamifton Adams it pd greases and paints in ties I ha ermnd that is cheap penter and Contractor Notice hereby tie disso of the arras and that its being up and if hat Jtnjr claims against it they will T them at once GarrardHotel Co By H T Logan President John M Secretary 3446 I t Highest mar prod ub broad r X ta top tablt at office Im Hickory w on y a wag WJ Romans e I pay pri a e W Walker se Ap at n dissolved part ers and the tuslness S rIf t I the and strong rc find whe 18 put st tf J Romans rH I have K ut Is 1ution tel Dlils Farr dt r JK- rout t reys 20c per gallon 3c Try a by Rests r t For tf din epot lin Anew u Ions just o tt- S and s W J R urner 24tf at urnisbed country office n t Hughes marble pply this ur pro hlgh Curry lace revs pla eat lliv r tbtest u lag Ire fence you want I have apit p ny wishing hay g Mire rcas Walker Straye to y place on Cra rcbard pure a u ebruary 14 ack and shoat wIg g about 95 er can hay me by paying W Rellab energetic man to sell 1 ri of ad oun r Comm o eve andOhio Alas boa t r r or llin India f- S B F D No 1 given Comps y a p r 4 See the Cannibals at March 2nd One dining room suit of furniture in Oak coniiting of handsome sideboard china cabinet table and chairs For information apply at this office tf Thresher For Sale Complete Gaar Scott Outtlt consist ing of 18 H P engine with Cab Jacke tanks that hold 5 barrels engine has been is new just f factory cy inder with wind F and bag ger Has threshed six thousand It is just as good as new Will sell on three fall payments A if sold at once Leslie T Bradshaw l28tf Bradshaw Mills Ky In the Promised Land Perhaps when were In the land well forget that there ever such a place as this old world and yet there are pleasant paths and friendly faces well never want to and dreams well take to heaven with us Atlanta Constitution Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but C C J E Stormes Popular Music juskreceived in stock A fine line of late Vocal and Instrumental MUSICat F 6 HURT Lancaster CourtHouse I For Sate doub etc ree is er the separator i3 x49 big sta I was forget t bushel bargain promised Coal FOR SALE I Cheap For Cash or Produce We have tbe genuine Blue Gem and Jellico Block and Nut Coal Also a car of KNAWHA SALT just received Higbest market price for Poultry Eggs Hides Furs Iron Bones Rubber and Metal Stones old stand Campbell street near tbe depot I I i j B Northcott I WhDOU6lAS3354SIIOES HI ZU OF lars RUE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES I have worn W Douglas shoes past six years and always find they are far superior toall other high grade shoes In style comfort and durability WG JONES lOttoward Ave Utica N Y If I could take you iato my laff tories at Brockton Man and stow ysw how carefully W L Devfks SSMMS an i JT ji realke why they fcold their ihipc fit better wssr leacsr s i CAUTI OXSee UN W l D BMM m price to stamped OB tbe bottom K Jtak U ce JW SMITH THE Milli AND RETAIlEII L forth Eau would J Tate WL iWriIe wZaU WLDo8IIIMt WIIALKJIr J t 1 pre tee aiathsaayeth make orb oft Why you THE 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 4th Your M mey is Safe when left In ourcare In addition to all other precautions forsafety 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 THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5000000 R E McRoberts Pres Banks Hudson Vice Pres R I BartoaYlce Pres J W Elmore Cashier lh A Tsceus Asst Cashier- R L Elkis BookKeeper Comparative statement of its growth Individual Deposits January i 1907 1653474 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 1 9O9 1 1645236 Jan 1 191O 13564758 IS YOUR LIFE INSURED IF NOT Office National Bank of Lancaster WAGONS We have just received a car load of in sizes and at to you PLOWSWe have a large assortment of Vulcan Plows and all kinds of Farming Implements Wire Pence American Field no better made at higher price See it before buying Bring us your Produce Becker Ballard Co Bryantsville Ky II I II I I I Peoples Bank Paint Ky I IE Q I I WHY REAZjEY IISELOE Phone 8 I I iij I ColumbusWagons various prices 1 R I I fI m 1 should patronize lick f 3- 1n l interest i d Fencer f I 1 Jiiitiis i EE I TT r 1 Farm and Stock Do not be i i a hurry ing in sowing clever seed Be sure spring is here first The severe fre zing v eathpr of tic winter hlioud give a line yield of ma ple sugar and s up I is claimed sht p ffd a small pan i y of II ixseed once a week are not likely to suffer witi colic Mr Carltxn E M i bjugiil3 horses at the Lexington salts lie paid 200 each fur two of them and 100 for the other Tile fastest owned in Garrard county W B Burton bought t the Lexingt ti sales the great trot tijg sta liOn B iiitiie Rogers 33753 race recoid 2loi time in a race 208 J lie also bought teu road horses from 200 to 325 Bu preparation is big made all over the fr the tobacco crop of 19O and III every direction the growers are beginning o irn the sod The i idicatioiis r tlia tie acreage put out will b JIN lirge if nutS even 1 irger than in 1109 Twelve tobacco growers of Grant county were indicted ii the federal court at Ky charging them Ji of the Intetsfate Commerce law It is charged in the itdictment that ilie parties used ihreasand i jlenct i i rtempt to one W T Osburn f o 11 shipping his tobacco to iicinnati The Farmer and Seed At this season of the year farmers everywhere are preparing for the crop of the coming season At the very beginning of this whote process let them conjJIer mure carefully than anything else the character of the seed they are tne Determine in your own mi d what kind of crop you want If are raising corn consider the corn that is the most pi oh table and get seed of tha Iti id that you vm t The of tin farmer is every year to us a matter of admiration Here he has his capital ii his land To capital he uint add his labor He lakes seed that he has bought and sit in the ground knowing that there it must rot diinteg t he fore there can be any possibility of a return But MI regnl r arc the process of ns ture for scTuiany generations has the seed planted in the earth brought forth aliuuda t crops trat the farmer without imetsal he has at the btyi of the year in the fortunes of tis farm on the basis of tbi process of isaMjre Faith is good Vi work on the farm wool 1 come to a tinristlll but add h and direct all Of your lihurs with intelligence tlicrefure with the careful selection of theseed winterer juuare going to plait Di not trill i with this subject Plant some seed of vour own n iing but it is wise always to Improve your seed by new seed frcm other sections new life new strains In selecting usur on seed select the very four own prc ducts Discard faulty or defec ive Enough i known tov about breeding with animals to make it possitl to improve your dairy cows your horses and your cattle A like pi iciple appli s so your seed It is the principle of i itehigent selection HOU12 and Finn STOMACH MISERY FOR OVER SJX YEARS Think of ii After ix years of sour stomach of gas of tier vou ne s dming which time every me 1 lay on his stomach like a lump of lead a man was restored t I perfect health by M na stomach tallets Read what Mr Ucffinin landlord of the rHolcl write 1 suffered misery and intense paias from stiituach trouble for over six years and all the doctoring that I did or medicines I used were of to avail until about two years ago when I used a treatment of A i in The firs treatment Helped me grea y anc upon using it a wl i e I was made entirely free from any stomach trout 1 or complaint wh tver Since the cure by Miona 1 have regained mv weight I eat and sleep well am never nervous and mv en ire general health is much t lax M Hoff man Webster N Y Aug 2 1909 MioiTa relieves stomach distress in five minutes It acts like ma tic It is guaranteed cure sour stomach gas eructations heartburn dzzsnexs3 biliousness and or money back For sale by druggists every where avid by R E fur 50 cents a 1 irge box sp i thai tntter ever bet ue raM Cui1i OIl i itI HI plat OU I hat the bUJ i lies tlLiun min bout it urks tu fd I impllrl lIt 11 t f the eruct aUons I Web bt ere net v usness I Roberts I this NN s iou prevent fat 4 Bei few day I HTOilEm1IMiDJy1wiE I Cures catanli or back Just Ijeatheitin Complete outfit in inliuler L bottles 50c Druggists Mr Voyle Ray has been very sick gripp MP John Black is very 1 jw of con sumption Mr Mirshal Preston has returned to Say Brook lllimi after a shoit ttty with his parents here Mr and Mrs Wm Whiltiker and spent Sunday with Mr Len Cobb and family Mr Montgomery of Little HickfflaB was wiihliis grandparent MraadJIrs Lenlven Loytl 4 chi horn dren Johnny Why Not A Silo We want to see the Garrard county farmers get the largest pussitle prtfii from their agriculture products There is no room arguments as to the fertili3 of our soil or tlist under sin i ar condit ons as much can be harvisttrd per acre asriu any other blue grass It is not wise in our judgment lot our farmers to look to tobacco for profK and neylecJ the culture o other crops that may be more profi able in the near future than the growing of tobacco The farmer wl 1 find more sai isfactory results in average years business in growing a variety of cops and different H ds of slock talking care to over ft Ick at no time It is pleasing to note the in terest among our farmers in such modern methods as will result in product in and better quali y of farm products In what way wl you dispose of your harvest We can see as much profit In a silo as in any one new Jg that can be suggef ted In the use of Vie silo the crop when it is r tile very highest stile of nutrition is cut up and preserved in th t state uulii fed t the stock titus the farmer to have green feed during the winter months of Missouri has the folkwinir to say about the Ml It wil keep tick thrifty and growing ail vinter produces fat beef mure cheai I than dry feed enables cows to produce butter more economic 1 y is more conveniently handled dry fodder prevents more of corn stalks in the manure furnishes a fed that soock will relish in the cold whiter mouths makes palatal food of stuff that woul i not otherwise be eatII enables the farmer t preserve fOLd which ma tures at a raisiy time of the year when drying woull be next to impossible and is easily constructed and the of bui ding will be more than returned the and because it is the most economical nTetLo1 of foed for the stcck during the hot dry peti ds in summer when the pasture is short Worn Out Thats the way you feel about the lungs when you have a hacking cough its fiiolh hness to let it go on and trust to luck to get over it when Bal lards Horehound Syrup will stop the cough and heal lungs Price 25c SUe atid SI 00 per bottle Sold by P E M Rubert 1m BOD11KE Chester liainey Iud Mitchell Car pettier returned Monday from a visit to Wiluiore and Valley View Otho Montgomery bought a cow of Dr W Al E lictt of Bryautsville at 3000 Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first q jaitj and low pi ices Banks Iludsip- Mrc G R Carpenter who has been confined t lur room rheumatism the past week is improving Mr Irvine Bl ilceman of Buena Via ta was visiting his wife who has been quite sick at her parpit Mr and In DuncansSautrday and Sun J S firpenter bought a of work tut es from Ash Arnold 25 F L Jar bought a pair from same party pi ice 325 Mr James Ledger wife and baby were with r 1 itive i i Midison sev eral days Ms Emelinc Carpenter and chil dreu who have been with relatives here the past two months will leave for tin ir home at F ir Grange tli week M Kirby Teater wire and little son of Loyd weie with l i father Mr Lem Teater Saturday and Sunday Millard Hamm sold to Price Huff man of a milk cow price 1000 Baby Hands will get into mischief often i means a burn or cut or scald Apply Pal lards Snow I i liment soon as the accideiit happens and the pain will be relieved while the wound will heal quickly and nic ly A sure cure for sprains Rheumaiism and all pains Pi ice 25 50c and 1 00 a bottle Sold by B E McRoberts lin C lover Timothy and OAt seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Mrs Jno Simpson has been sick for the past few days M G Aldidge and Abner Huuhis have been to Broadhead on a business tripM rk Gums Jni Woods Wm Dot i i John Royston Fox Perry Tuggle and Virgie Chesnut attended the horse sale t Lexington Clarence Durham is ill with pneu i at the home of his sister Mrs Jas Tuner Mr Frank Higgins of Paiit Lick has been vii lug in tLis com munity Mrs White Marcee continues to and her friends hope to see her out ag ia soon Miis Lucy Ledger spending weeks with Mrs D W Marsee at Marksbury Mr Laurence Durham is reported to he quite il of pneumonia at tbe home of I i bister J H Turner M J C Turner wife and daughter and Mr J S Carpenter and wife were with Mr Noah Marsee and family at Marksbury Sunday Mr Porter Prewitt of Illinois and John Prewitt of Marksbury were visitors at Mr J P Hamma Saturday h fur al me the und rlaJ i I enabling Thee peImcn In milk and ex- P Us first yea I p i i all III 1fk bury ju t as I i t hAItKSBLIIII I Rut t I mud rids I i several Mrs county larger stat i sour I halt the supplying the itt Sirs S day fin 31 1 fi Improve i FARMERS COLUMN i dpace below this beadingIs for the exclu sive use of our farmer subscribers nUll is the sale of stock grafti and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver Use No notice will be accepted over four lines nud will be only in two issues of the RECORD free of chage Wanted a bind quaitorpf beef J T Henry Two t ice milk cows for sale Plioie 17 E C McWhorter Paint Lick For stilB 300 bales of secondil ss bay J H Thompson Preachers ville Wanted A good tobacco tenai t al so want some one to saw 40COU ft lumber CaptT A Eikiu Pure Orpl ington cockerels Tor sae at 75 a piece Also eggs at 50c a set ting Mrs Lee Iloltzslaw Gilberts Creek The Burley Tobacco Society will pool the 1910 crop Do good work Give that your fist I tlou your best tflfurt happi tress success and plenty must fi low You g t even people not by doing to them whiit they have done but b doingsotnething better Somewhere in this great Countr just fie kind of weather you like is beiijj cussed by some grouchy chap who does not so cheer up I Habits formed in yoith during the period of scoot 1 influence and determi e 1 rg Iv the entire life the indivi lual afterward Hal is of promptness industry work court esy in fact everything touching the school life w ill never be eradicated Pupil teacher parent look will to this period of life Makes Hens Lay Bourbon E rg Producer is a natural coidi1 iUD powder for 1 hens It acts gently on tIle fowls and egg prodwiig organs and makes them liy regularly Try it and see Sold by J R Mount LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Cattle Hogs Sheep C FTLE Shippers 5 r r0 Extra fi a 75 Butcher steers extra 0 10fi 2 Good to choice 5 50 6 00 Common to fair 00 5 2i lleifera extra 5 Go f 75 Good to choice r 005 fO Common to fair 3 00 4 Cows extra 5 35 5 50 Good to choice 4 0525 Common to fOr i 7V4 40 dinners 2 753 75 Bulls halognas 40tr tn Extra Fat bulls 5 0 575- CALVES extra 10 iFair to good SriO8l VO Common and large C 00J HOGS good pack rs and butchers u 75 9 85 Mlxtd packers I uafJ 75 Stags Common to choice heavy fat sows SO 9 00 Light tlIjipers 9 15 9 50 Pigs 110 lbs and less r0 10 ShEEt extra 0 itiXft 5 Good to choice 0 00 6 25 Common to fair 3 50s5 75 LAM US extra 9 10 Good to choice 8 50 9 0 Common to fair 3 0 5 75 POSTED- i The undersigned nereby give wart 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 Squire P Parsons- W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich Mrs P V Kinnaird T A El in Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Fi e Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca Wet Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson II C Arnold W G Anderson H r Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn 1 G LOST Two Fox HoundsO- ne has a black back the other is a black spotted dug Finder pleas to or notify J M Broaddus K and receive 500 I I I j u OJ 1111 0 DrI 0 OOU080 OM CO If I ht arid i iI t you I lifewill If t i hg digestive CPI 1 l iltl IJtJ Wit 111 7SI it 1 10 io4 5 25 7 6 n S 10 I ann Lancaster I i i i I for I 2c iineuts 107 lz e return reward i BUMPED THE BUMPS OLD LADYS EXPERIENCE AT CONEY ISLAND Undignified Descent Amused the Crowd and Also Brought Offer of Financial Reward If She Would Repeat It I went down to Coney Island one night They tell me its a good place to find missing people My and Liz zie you never see such a place Such a banging and rattling and music play ing and hollering youd bed horn was let loose It seems to me that city folks idea of having a good time is to be bumped and jolted and swished around like plates in one of them newfangled dish washing which I never could see the use of nohow- I was plumb daft with it all By and by I got sos I just followed them in front of me blind like a sheep There was once when I found myself going up a long narrow stair At the tOl you went into a little houselike and everybody was sitting down on doormatslike and being shoved through a little door Then I thought I was in a crazy house for sure and I turn to escape down the stair again but what with all the crowd pressing up I couldnt get down and before I well knew it I was sitting down on one of them doormats myself with my feet sticking out in front of me I aint been so close to my feet in years Then the fellow give me a shove Lawkamasy Lizzie It was like falling over a pressypuss in bed I went down in that there slide faster than the Empire State express Having my umbrella in one hand and my knitting bag in the other I couldnt lay holt of anything All I could do was holler and that I did right smart It want like no cellar door you understand but as crooked as a rams horn I slammed against one side then the other I slewed around and lost the dormat and then- I I went over a and fetched up at the bottom all of a heap and feel ing like grandmothers rag doll And Lizzie there was a couple of thousand loafers of both sects standing there just waiting to see me do it They let out a roar like the bull of Bashan I hope they split themselves laughing Maybe I wasnt mad I tell you I would have given them a good piece of my mind only the breath was all shook out of me I just brandished my umbrella at them and walked away dignified Well that wasnt the end of it Youll scarcely believe what Im go ing to tell you next Lizzie There was a spruce young fellow followed me down the walk and when we got a little ways off he and tipped his hat real polite Excuse me madam says he I represent the management of this here park We will pay you 15 a week throughout the season if you will repeat that act twice every night Hulbert Footner in Putnams His wife the Boss The man edged toward the door Be for the doctor could stop him he had quietly turned the key No more for me he said What Go back on your word I havent I kept my bargain You havent paid your price That isnt my fault Im not for your mistakes Besides I dont see that you can do anything about it Any exposure would The doctor rushed forward and stopped in front of the man who looked on imperturbably Arent you going to give me back my property he asked How can I It doesnt belong to me any more But doctor Ill tell you what I will do Well well You drop in and see my wife about it and Ill be agreeable to anything she says Good r Todd in Life Tangled Home Mrs is your friend Mr Wal nan Hasker Poorly hes home sick Mrs Hasker Homesick Then why doesnt he go home is home Didnt I just tell you he was I Mrs Hasker You said he was homesick and I jjont understand how he can be homesick and home at the same time didnt say he was I said he was home sick I Mrs didnt say he was homesick but said he was homesick j What you mean by such nonsense Hasker impatiently I said he was home and sick at home j Mrs Hasker jGracious Why didnt you explain in A Judicial Expert The native with a stogie met the native with a pipe I Howdy Zeb quoth the stogie na tive Hear bout th fuss down to th court house Nope drawled the man with the pipe What was it about I Why Jim Simpson has been Abner Hawley for alienatin th affections of his wife an Jedge Mus grove told th jury to bring in a ver dick of cents damages he thought that was all the damage was worth to Jim An Jims wife got mad an threw a chair at th jedge and he had her arrested an put In th cooler i But didnt th jedge go a leetle too fir when he fixed her value so low i Not at all not af all Y he was her first husbandi I Six Nights 60 As You Please How many Vi red fathers and mot ers in tbii town eit rtLi5 race every night carrying a baby And they wonder what the mat er is ChancYs are the child is starving worms are eating all of its food Most children have worms yours neednt Whites Vermifuge wilt getrid of the worms and bt ehgtherr the child Price 25 cents per Sold by B E McBoberts thnk all I machines up responsible 1 I morningChestert- on I HaskerHow I I HaskerHe I HaskerI HaskerYou do thefirst placeJudge I I six cause J I lace i I I I r liD F c I carpe homesick I suing see red bottle 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- S Creamery Butter is made from pure cream by modern methods and is the best that money can Imv If grocer does not handle Creamery Butler or Old Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give g you the name of one who does We also sell Coal and Brick and will ap predate your patronage r r V Bastin I J at the Creamery X- SgWKSSSRWtSSI WlWR ON SALE GOOD RETURNING UNTIl MAY 31st 1910 For FuI tarticuLsis Cil ca cr trcite H C SG F T A 0 E lLrCr IciMir E I J trS Z SfZ 1izJ t t v I Old Fashion Corn ieaI Ii Ii Jour Henley s J 11 t 0 tl tlc rrr 1 t j g itt g r rtl W TO H SOUTH and SOUTHEAST i I DAILY VA t I Ift Ki LJ 7 2Q 1 l Jf I t t i rI 4 t ri t SI 1 J- rwi TqsT QUN CRESCENT RONE CURRENT VERSE Ne Man Needs to Starve At last the mans temper rose He svuns his stool and deadly Delivered Smash on snarling nose That forced his Himsy door Twas lulled He skinned it on the spot And clapped the carcass in the pot Then blew the coals when they were hot Behind him locked the door Set out for town returned with sack or onions salt white bread and black And ah the Whiff as he came back Of wolf stew through the door I sot nine rubles for his hide And bounty on his ears beside Its not a healthy place he cried For wolves before my door So heres the nub dont sit and fret Theres bounty paid on wolf ears yet Pick up your stool so out and get That wolf before your door C L Edholm in the Bookkeeper The Girl Who Looked Behind Her j The girl who looked behind her With shy and timid glance Such wondrous grace entwined her She set my heart adahce Then lute a nymph affrighted j She vanished in the throng And left mine eyes delighted My fancy fraught with song j The girl who looked behind her And fled on righted feet j Though memory hath shrined her j I never more may meet Another man may fetter The heart that lied from me But who could love 1er better Whose love more faithful be The girl who looked behind her 0 nay time future bring Far fairer things and kJiuler Than any bard can sing Though I may never greet her I pray my song may find The lass who made life sweeter For him she left behind Samuel Minturn Peel in the Tran script Mothers We are mothers Through us in our bond age j Through us with a brand in the face Be we fettered with gold or with iron Through us comes the race See the people who suffer all people All humanity wasting its powers In the handtohand struggle deathdeal ing j All children of curs Shall we bear it We mothers who love them Can we bear it We mothers who feel Every pang of our babes and forgive them Dare ye sleep while your children are calling Dare ye wait while they clamor unfed Dare ye pray in the proudpillared churches WIllie they suffer for bread Rise now in the power of the woman Risenow in the power of our need The world cries in hunger anti darkness We shall light We shall feed In the name of our ages of angush In the name of the curse and the slain By the strength of our sorrow we In the power of our pain Charlotte Perkins Gilman in Progress ing Woman The Things We Meant to Do When at some mystical behest Life greets us with its tirst embrace And with a blind but growing zest We learn time strange earth face orient clouds we love to A shining pathway in the blue Where gods inspire our eager chase To do the tImings we meant to do At noontide on the sunlit crest The zenith glow subdues our pace But stilt that vision of the best Blots out the petty and base The hurrying byways interlace Pale broken dreams the wayside strew Too swift the hours too strait our case To do the things we meant to do The shadowy Islands of the west Grow rich with days declining grace They proffer us the cup of rest The guerdon of a hard won race There la jio lovelier dreaming place And yet our restless souls would sue Grant us oh a little space To do the tilings we meant to do Ada Foater Murray in New York Su blows I I I I I I sin when kneel I I Icon- quer to Through things I good Every they trace gods I I COLUMBIA IOouhieUisc Records 65cI They fit any machine and outwear any other re cords in the world Double value for your money CaH in Get a catalog P G HURT Z get reiisf J Dr Shoops Magic Oiatmea Mr Luther Guthrie of Beaufort N C Epent money freely in employing doctors to cure his wife from continual headache He writes One bottb cf Cardui did thing she has taken for ten years past She had suffered with headache for ten years and I had 30000 for doctors billz for her but noth ing did her any good t imm date 200000 I my wife more geod than any I sp nt I i I c1 rent ALL Take =mmI She has taken two bottles of Cardui and it has done her two thousand dollars 2000 worth of good Just as tong as it is made I shall have Cardui in my home For all forms of female pain like headache side ache pain in limbs dizzy feelings dragging down sensations etc Cardui has been found to be an effectual remedy Dont wait tillyoaare Try Cardui at once Sold everywhere 46 II 1 allrundown I H M OuncansShop for Hot and Clean Steamed Tower and Razors trade and we are here to stay Stfe u olrt rviiublu Bazltor with i Richmond street Office Hour Storm Drug Store WALTER Phone Co Lancaster Ky H J TIHSLEY County Surveyor PHONE J Office overF Hurt furni nr r tore Lancaster Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY LOWELL KENTrCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references I I I I I I G i S er zed I ill years of expetienc Zsnt It tlmriie Ihllir shop over S a rn to 12 1 p nt to I B F Kentucky INSURANCE wr T Auctioneer i cRsjGOTO Veaierecitte 0111cc DENTISTS EING W Jorroivv Graduate Optlcfaa Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATIMNEL Will Practice in all State Courts and 1T S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 J JVU K Denny R J I DENTIST Office over 3IUs Ari oId Milliiierv Hughes Swinebroad REHL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone Cut FlowersF- or Every Occasion Ware McRoberts H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky IMiKf Dr J B Kinnaird Physican and SurgeonO- ffice Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office PboueSD DKWJH BURNETT Plwsican and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Resilience Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cream Vermifuge It l 11Il I I Irk OQOooQOOuOQQoQe4eoec c W vii WORM REMEDY TiE iiiEi TIE CHILDEWS FAVORITE TNt G BallardSnow Llaleat Cea- eT LOUIS M- OMcRoberts Drug Store KILLTHE COUCH CURE THE LUNCS WITH Drlilgs TUNIC iNrTaTi sPRLPRCB SUlLY New Disciviry FOR OUCH aus rItLTlHR McRobext oicL Drag