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Front THE RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land of JVoir1 TWENTIETH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 4 191O C CENTRALLilt RUIKBIiIt 48 I Land 11ow f Post Houghton- AND OTHER BUGGIES Averys Plows Corn Planters Cutting Har rowsCultivators and Rollers Wire Fencing Painted Galvanized and 9 TIN ROOFING GUTTERING PUMPS ETC We can save you money A trial will convince you CONN BROTHERS OWENSBORO WAGONS It I 4lllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllfl1111111 R II 1 Glen Lilly and White House I I flOUR I Have you tried it If not you have not tried the best Dont depend alto gether on our word for this askyour neighbors they use and can tell you how good it is Then call your gro cer he will send you any amount DO IT 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 stock the best grades of Clover Timothy and BlueGrass Seed A car load ofstrictly nice recleaned NORTHERN WHITE SEED OATS We also have OBELISK and GOLD MEDAL FLOUR In barrels and half barrels This flour cannot be excelled and a trial order will convince you Coal Salt and Feed BANKS HUDSON I I 7i i- j Sit 1 I NOW i i i S i i t ji i i IIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIII11- W nMIfn fl u havein I 1 i r 4uII F i 4 e s s f e r Tbe Garrard Circuit Court CJnvene Monday Mr and MrF Fred P Fnsbie both quite sick of grip Master Banks Hudson Jr has sick but is much improved Little Lucile Ballou daughter o Mrs H M Ballou is reported very low Hon L L Walker has moved into his new law offlcee over J W Smiths Clothing store Rev C C Brown will begin a pro tracted meeting at the Presbyterian church in the near future There will be no services at the Presbyterian church Sunday Rev C C Brown will preach in Junction City Prof S H Nickell was called to his home in Candle City Kentucky on account of the serious illness of bis mother Look out for mad dogs for several have been killed in town the past week It wouldnt be a bad idea to kill off a few Worthless dogs every week Mrs Mirgret Dunn of this city is critically ill at the home of her son in Chattanooga her daughter Mrs W B Mason was called to her bedside on Monday Miss RelU Arnold has returned from Cincinnati Louisville and In dianapolis where she purchased a fine line of the latest style millinery goods She wil announce a short time the date of her Millinery Opening A telegram was received announc ing the death of Mrs I R Yantis or Flemingsburg The deceased was 68 years of age and the wife of Dr Robert Yantis formerly of this coun ty A husband and 5 children two of whom are S S Yantis United States Commissioner and Mrs F J Fogg of Lexington survive Eirly to bed early to rise makes men healthy wealthy and wise Thus runs the old saw and theres more in it probably than many of us are will ing to admit Rushing things is all right if not carried too far But some people in theirmad desire to bag in sight ovedo it To this class belongs the old lady who went to the stairway and yelled upstairs to a grown up daughter Sally Sally Git up Git up Here it is four oclock Monday morning tomorrowsTuesday next days Wednesday half the weeks gone and nothing done yet When Mr C A Arnold made his settlement as sheriff with the Fiscal Court and filed it with the County Clerk last Saturday his official relation with the people was severed having been in the sheriffs office four years as deputy and fouf years as sheriff No people were ever served by a more po lite and accommodating officer than Mr Arnold He has been vigilent in collecting the county and state reve uue and prompt in paying it over to the proper authorities At all times be has regarded his relation with the public as a matter of business and re tires having made a financial success of official life and the well earned rep utation as a most excellent official and also what Clayton Arnold most ap preciates the will and friendship of all This has been a season on unusual mortality among the people of our and county The grim reaper has been busy among the cld young leaving hearts and homes crushed and desolate It is truly a time for reflection We cannot the cause of separation from our loved ones any more than can we the causes of separation in We stand and gaze at two mountains side by side with a river fljwing between and we of bow in the far past some con vulsion in nature rent them asunder and left the gap between Oh the gap in human lives How it rends the heart and what a wail of anguish goes forth from the soul convulsed with when the separation comes But the kind Fathar fails in what would be a chasm deep and with his love and care It flows straight from His throne and give that peace which passeth all under standing Bratton Flonnicthe little six year old of M and Mrs James A Bratton of Point Leavell who was badly burnt last week by her clothes catching fire from an open grate died Tuesday and brief funeral services were held at the Lancaster cemetery Wednesday at 230 oclock Many of the and friends of the sorrowing family were present and as they looked upon the sweet little body in its white their hearts swelled in sympathy for the bereaved family Democratic Congressional Meeting Hon J Norton Fitch chairman of the Democratic Committee of the Eighth Congressional District has called the committee to meet in Nich olasviUe on for the purpose of fixing the time and manner of mak ing nomination for Congress Hon James 1 Hamilton is our and attended the meeting At has been but one formal the honor that of Hon Harvey Helm present Coo are been i everything good city death and understand peaceful think sorrow relatives pl cid casket ent fathom nature terrible daughter afternoon Committee March 3rd Committeeman there announcement for our greastsan- r f Realsstate Sale Miss Eliza Smith has just sold t County assessor W S Carrier residence on Danville street known a the Judge Burneide property Wi hope this will make a permanent resi dent of Mr Carrier who is a citizen of the very highest type Bond Issue Not Needed It is annaunced that there will be n bond Buthorized by the general assemhly That is the thing Cut off some of the useless ap propriations abolish some of the use less offices and create no more of them and bond issues will not be necessary Owensboro Inquirer Institute at Lancaster The County InstitutfeVof the Bible Schools of the con bleSciools Jarrie Afn by Secty Paper Sold The Winchester Democrat one of the oldest and best papers in Eastern Kentucky has been sold by Messrs Biehm and Donovan to Tim Needham of Wi iamstown and Cnerles B Nel son of the Government printing office at Washington City who takes charge March 1st We trust the new owners will keep up the paper to its present good standing Blind Tigers Raided The officers of Danville headed by Chief of Police Logan Wood raided the blind tigers in that town last week and captured 28 still of whom landed in the work house Four detect ves three white and one negro have been work ing on the cases for some time Mr Wood is to be congratulated for this good work and we hope that from now on Danville shall be as free from the Animals as is Lancaster Court Day A large crowd was in town Monday and business good Capt Am Bourne reports plug sold from 30 to 80 mares from 90 to 125 aged work mules 150 to 200 one cow and calf 3750 about one hundred cattle were reported sold at from 4 to 4c per Ib hogs from 9 to per hundred There were very few hogs and cattle on the market but there were a number of buyers not able to find wanted New Corporation- Mr F G Hurt has purchased from Dr B F Walter and Mr G A Walter an interest in their great Chill Cure PillThe new firm will incorporate under the name of The Walter Brothers and Hurt Medecine Co with a capital stock or 25 00000 Dr B F Walter will be president of the corporation and Mr F G Hurt will be secretary and treasurer Their place of business will be in Lancaster at the Furniture store of Mr Hurt and they will put on the mar ket this remedy and several others They will have for sale a small amount of taeasury stock We wish them much success in their enterprise The Local Paper In the Home The local newspaper should be found in every home No child will grow up ignorant who can be taught to appreciate the paper It is the home paper It is the stepping stone of intelligence in all those matters not to be learned in books Give your children a foreign paper which con tains not one word about any persun place or thing which they ever saw or perhaps ever heard of and how can you expect them to be interested But let them have the home paper of persons whom they meet and places with which they are familiar and soon an interest is awakened which increases with every weekly ar rival of the local paper Thus a habit of reading is formed and those child ren wi 1 read the papers all their lives and become intelligent men and a credit to their ancestors strong In their knowledge of the world as it Is today Mrs Zerelda J Brown 83 years of age died at her home on the Buckeye road on Saturday afternoon 26th 1910 The funeral was by Eld F M Tinder at the cemetery M nday Morning at elev oclockShe by a husband Mr A B Brown Sr and six children Miss Martha Ann Stevens teacher at the D and D Institute Danville Mrs Judge Holman and Miss Mlle Brown of Louisville Mrs R M Arnold of Mineral Wells Texas Mr A B Brown Jr and Mr Geo Brown both of this place to whom much sympathy i extended She was a true Christian woman and loved b all knew her We will weep for the days that come no more Eor the sunbeam gone from the heart and door For a missing step for a nameless grace For a mothers form for a mothers face But not for the soul whottT is won Whose infinite joy has only begun Not for the spirit enrobed in light Crowned where the aBgete are the issue present correct 9 and- re d women Brows conducted who crown i o I I Christ M op I add Educted Red Froze w I e C istian chore t vent n th- EvEyfofllcer t BI- u toe s e i rP often d o horses what they Lancaster tonight s Mrs Ada Kinnaird has returned from Louisville and Cincinnati where she purchased a fine line of the latest styles in millinery goods Her trim mer Miss Stella Alexander of Louis yule is expected soon Watch for the date of her opening which will he an nounced in this paper James A Stout of Danville Ken tucky who had sworn vengeance on the women of Danville was arrested Tuesday and trIed and adjudged a lu naticJimmie as he is commonly known wrote a letter to the police at Colum bus Ohio and asked them to send 100 policemen and 500 mounted officers all double barrel shot guns He desired to take charge of the forces and shoot every woman in Danville until the street should flow with their blood Money on Hand Garrard county is able to pay her debts When the retiring sheriff paid over all money from the county rev enue to B F Hudson county the balance on hang including the road and general fund to the credit of the county amounted in round num bers to 1100000 There is a small amount of outstanding indebtedness which will reduce this amount to sme extent But the financial condition of the county is excellent So long as the fiscal affairs are in the hands of good as we have at you can always get your claim against the county when due Wont reconstructing the turnpikes with our biifSpringfieldKelley roller be a good way to invest a portion of this surplus Thompson Mr David Thompson age sjxtyfive died of heart trouble on Friday morn lag February 25 h 1910 at his home on the Crab Orchard pike two miles from Lancaster Funeral services were conducted at the grave Saturday afternoon by Elder F M Tinder interment in Lancaster cemeteryHe survived by two sons Robert of Crab Orchard and Booth of this county Besides the two sons he leaves to mourn their loss many other relatives The deceased was a very prominent man and by his manner won many friends He was a thorough business man and owned one of the best farms in Garrard County Louisville Auto Show Plans for the big Automobile Snow which will be held In Louisville at the Armory March 17th 18th and 19th have developed so far that it Is this will be the greatest exhibi tion of motor cars and appurtenances ever held South of the Ohio river or West of Chicago Reports from the Exhibit Commit tee state that every inch of space on the ground floor of the great Armory has been taken by automobile dealers and over one hundred of the latest models in motorpropelled wagons both passenger and vehicles will be displayed in the mostattractive style In the spacious balcony will be arranged rows of ex hibits of sundries accessories for auto mobiles motor cycles tires etc One of the most interesting of the Show will be a celebrate aeroplane the identical one witn which Curtiss has made his several recordbreaking flights in different part of the country This great air craft will be suspended from the roof and will hang in the middle of the Armory and an expert aviator of note will be present to lecture on its operation and mechanical features Reduced rates on all railroads from points in Kentucky have been granted for the dates of the show School Notes Mr Nickell was called away last Thursday to his old home oh account of his mothers serious illness We are glad that he could return to his work on Monday of this week Miss Knapp West taught for him while he was away The usual semmonthly meeting of the Teachers Reading Circle was held in the Library last Saturday Inter esting discussions were given on the subjects of Habit Formations and Memory Training The pupils of the grades second to eighth had exercises celebrating Long fellows birthday on last Friday The High School pupils will celebrate on Friday March 4th at 230 at the reg ular meeting of the High School Lit erury Society Two weeks from this date the life of Andrew Jackson will be the principal theme of their meet ing The eighth grade is making a lection of the likenesses of our govern ment officials They have begun with the county officers of Garrard county who will form group number one Next they expect to obtain pictures for groups representing the Executive Legislative and Judicial departments of the State of Kentucky After that they will make similar groups of the National government The School Board has about closed the deal for athletic field and our base ball club be organized and begin practice We ought to have a fair team this year The ten nis courts will also be in this time on Mound City Paints may cost a trifle I more bull C C J E Stonae I j Insane bearing treasurer business men ei 2 Ii I II j i I I I I I I I I I J j i I i j j j j j i j soon j usefrom j present straightforward assured including commercial features i cols our Will s w SS 9 S VULCAN PLOWS YY4YtYAYi ii1YM7 i THE BEST MADE s 8Via Plow Gear wagons I GRASS SEED ETC HASELOEN BROTHERS B Give Money A Chance By buying your Groceries of me Satisfaction guaranteed W D WALKERPhone 181 Prompt Delivery YOUR ACCOUNT IS Please Call and Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co The Win J Oliver Plow I j3 S I Mr s I I I I i I I I b1Vt S1VtS Jt 1Vt SS s I Your I I IeI 7j ooooocaG II I II I eI- I Settle- I I Y J Y i a I za I 3 B ennnn tiwwnw 1iIi ii ri is guaranteed to give perfect sat isfaction It is the B Strongest and I on the market and see it and get prices fir RUNS LHITER than any plow Call W J RomansI 0 JO 0 s CENTRAL RECORD raeUED WEEKLY 100 A YKAR From The Land GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPvhr Poet Office in Lawxultr 8eeondClaM Moil ratter Eighth District Publishers Lancaster Ky March 4 1910 Rates Fer Political Announcements For Prt cinct and City Offices 500 For County 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 or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce Hon Helm a candidate to succeed himself 1 1 Congress subject to the ac tin of the Democratic party Etfucatlenal Issue April 8th In asking tbe confidence and of our readers we feel that in re turn the RECORD should endeavor to J give that which will most benefit all In doing tbat however we shad not expect all to agree with us in every plan presented to accomplish the de sired ends But whether or not our way may be yours be assured we will urge m tiling that will not iu our best judgment hi ing happiness and prosperity to the community large MF Prompted by tbis desire only we shall continue through the colmns of this paper to advocate and present tboSe questions we think most of your and will must promote tbe general wel fare There are many stations in which lire lust act and it is many sided which necessaiiy makes questions more or less impoi tint according to the individual But thereis one ques Lion ot common importance and with assurance we can say to the public that of all universal education is first If there is any one remedy for all the ills of the state it is universal educa tion When that is accomplished you may view the future wi h confidence always be the master in whatever aveuue of life it is placed Mind is the life aid human thought is the process by which ends are achieved From infancy to manhood is the springtime for sowing In tbat tome let knowledge be disseminated without stint and education be broadcast To this end on April 8th next an ed ucational issue Our best efforts will be used in makiig that issue of the paper interesting and instructive along modern educational lines and we hope to insi ire all with an determination to make the schools of Garrard county from the subdistrict to tbe high school the very u t possible It is interesting to note bow history repeats itself though frequently at long la 1830 tbe good roads movement began in this state and within seven years it had paid out of the public treasury more than 3 000000 which was supplimented by 12000000 from private subsctipticn in building roads It was daring this time that our Lexington pike was built Tbe country at large again seems to be possessed of a road mania and tbe enthusiasm in this state for beter roads will probably bring about a road tbat will far eclipse tbat of Vie thirties It is a truth of history both modern and ancient every road building peii d has been accompanied with un iversal social activity and govern mental vitality The condition of the highways is the best indication of clv ilized motion and business prosperity We are i i need of no further argument for good roads There is universal harmony in wishing for them The only question for the public may our roads be improved The present legislature will enact the the way to provide more money for it takes a full treasury to build and maintain macadam roads Those re spooslble to the public for making better tub public highways are wisely prepaiiig to meet the public demands We do not refer alone t the turn pikes but all tbe public highways Those living in districts are as a whi le the most independent and stabl classes of tbe body politic Their interest must be considered We mUtt have such roads throughout the state as will enable them to get their produce to market without in convenience They must be able to send their children to the neighbor hood school and then to high school They must be provided with such highways as will permit them to con veniently get their families to church and to tie county seat The wonder ful improved means of locomotives in this age has almost eliminated the highways are good and kept properly in repair The modern country borne with little expense can be provided wi h all the conveniences such at beat light and water as we have in the cities When the land owners re again upon the tarn they will produce such store wealth raise a more thrif ty aid sabeUHtial family who will be the future diiat Mf state t 1 New fit tie Association and Interest Hat vey com 1eration H r the RECORD be sma lest i 1 I era that Ishow L tIle rural Mdt Ii to of f J Of Iriered Cyr r- rMmar Ky Press 4 Lea ue i t support ass worth effectively a T s Intel Igence eta I planted will unrelenting f f building 7 i lawgiving convert tint the gnettly k Inwrsst t e- r S- sy v state to encourage the owner te be Hue They will do this gladly when the public highways are right It looks now as though the necessa ry number of ttates will ratify the amendment to the federal constitu flan so as to authorize Congress to en act the income tax It has grown in pub ic favor to such an extent that they demand itt passage and why not It is true that such as amount should be exempt as represents the fur earning capacity of the average enerjetic and well educated ciMzen but where ones income is beyond tbe average it ii due to some advantage that he has over his fellow man by class legisla i m or the discovery of tbe hidden treasures of the earth and it is right that such a man should pay tbe expenses of tbe Government flat gives him the greater protection by reason of his property Tne American people are and great and while It has been said that they will never cope with the niilllonalie question yet we be lieve that it is on a fair road to settle ment when those who have been so greatly blessed beyond tbe fortunes of their fellowman shall be called to share in proportion to his wealth tbe burdens of taxation in tbe pas sage of such laws as the income tax ana inheritance tax Gov Willson has recommended a State income tax to tbe Legislature but it will hardly be passed at this time however the granting of the right National Government in no way affects the right of the st te to collect such a tax Tbe people who were indicted by the federal grand jury for interfering with an interstate shipment of maintain that they are innocent and it is to be hoped that they will show it at the proper time not oily on their own account butr for the good name and order of tbe stat If they are guilty we have no doubt tbat thev were led into it under the belief that public sentiment was with tbem and that they could control the local grand jury and escape indict went People in power often act under such assumptions but we cannot af ford to trust puMic sentiment except when we are in the right for if we are wrong we can never know from what source the point of wi 1 come for it always comes from the unexpec ted one and the shield ot truth alone can withstand tbe attack from what ever source it may come The boom of Caleb Powers for the Republican nomination for Congress in the Elevanth Distict has been rudely shattered by the alleged dis covery of the fact that he demanded and received 500 for making speech es in the last campaign But why visit Caleb with condign punishment when it is a well known fact that two of the most prominent Kentucy Republicans have demanded and for political and the they for a commence ment State How Good Mews Spreads 1 am 70 years old and travel most of the time wiiies B F Tolson of Elfzibethtown Ky Everywhere I go I lecommend Electric Biters be cause 1 owe my excellent health and vitality to tbem They effect a cure every time They never fail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels simnlate tne liver invigorate tbe nerves and purify tbe blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily joy Try them Satisfaction is posi tively guaranteed by B E McRoberts Im Th Woman With Serpents The following was written only by William Watson an enclish poet No production of modern lit erature has so engaged public atten tinn as this poem It is said that Mr Watson bad iu mind Mrs Asquith and Violet Atquitb wife and daughter of Premier Asquith of London England This severe excoriation came by rea son of the misuse according to the ideal of the poet of the great influ ence in English public affairs bad by the two ladies This is the poem She is not old she is not young The Woman with the Serpents Tongue The haggard cheek the hungering eye The poisoned words that widely fly The famished face the fevered hand Who slights tbe worthiest In tbe land Sneers at the just contemns the brave And blackens goodness in its grave In truthful numbers be She sung The Woman with the Serpents Tongue Concerning whom Fame hints at things Told but in shrugs and whisperings Ambitious from her natal hour and scheming all her life for power With little left pride With venomed fangs she hide Who half makes love to you today To morrow gives her guest away Burnt up within by that strange soul She can not slake or yet control Mallgnantllppd unkind unsweet Past all example indiscreet Hectic and alwavs overstrung The Woman with the Serpent Tongue To think tbat such as she can mar Names tbat among the noblest are That bands like hers can touch the springs That move knows what and things That will their fates have hung The Woman with the Serpents Tongue w upon farm resourceful upon tobacco at tack received payone speeches addresKentucky Only Th recently cannot I who met ocher either tithe Journal 50c Tongue of seemly I HELMS SiR WIG SPEECH Vigorously OssoJbs Bill en Ocean Mail Subsidy OurDipromaey Faulty Kentuckian Will Not Declares Ship Subsidies Irlna Desired Results PRESS WASHijToTON D C Feb 24 mail steamship subbi Idles Rpresei tiive Helm of Ken n speech in the house today declared that the United Stiles gov I as being converted into a pose of extendiig trad He insisted that subsidies had nub built up the mat Mine interests the United States l do not subFcrihfe to that course or policy that would convert this i tj a girantc pawnbrokers shop in order to quire trade declar ed Mr Helm do not think we are materially improving trade with and South America by to put men selected at control of the of certain of these countries In my require something more subsidy to the ad verse feeding engendered by our pres ent policy in that zone of the Western Hemisphere which should be our best marketI apprehensive tbat the good ef fects of Roots to the Central nd South American re to closer and more cor dial relationships with these govern ments has ben largely discounted by our more domineering policy there 1 fear some blunders and mis takes have made That quarter of tbe glotfe is on the eve of de velopmenj from which we are in poi tion to r ap some of the bent flisand I surely biUeve that tbe Reot policy will yield us returns than tbe Tariff laws Mr Helm decared had made the United a dear mar ket It is as unreasonable he added for us to foreigner to pur chase in a protracted market where the seller insists on his profits that arise by operation of law as it is t ex pect the individual to do bit shopping at the highest priced store in any giv en locality The report of the Commissioner of Navigation shows that we have three subsidized on the Carribean route and the complete and final an swer to all arguments in support of su i1y as a trade producer is that n t with standing subsidized lines our trade in tht sphere has instead of increased Mr Helm concluded his remarks by declaring his opposition to subsidy of any kind The applause that greeted Mr Helm when he first evidenced the high esteem in which he is already held among the oldermembere The inter est and accorded him throughout of the worth of his speech which was about an hour in length Mr Helm has seldom talked exreptto answer roll calls be claims to have answered more than any other member has been there less than three years but when be does talk he evidently studies and prepares what be to say This was even more evident b bis speech of last Thursday than it in his speech on the tariff at the extra session Bis position on tbe Insular Affairs Com mitte has given an opportunity to study tbe mail subsidy grab In all of its phases and be has improved said opportunities Mr Helm arrived home Saturday to the of tbe district Con gressional at Nicholosville on Thursday He says he has in the wis ofc of committee and is only askinW to give him a primary in wbicn all the democratic voters can have a say and which will be fair to as many or as few as want to run against him for the nomination Stanford Interior Journal The Happiest Hour He Do you remember the night I proposed toyou She Yes dear He We sat for one hour and you never opened your mouth She Yes I remember dear He Ah tbat was the happiest hour of my life Catholic Mirror March v March is the birth month of some our most popular men and women William Dean Howells was born at Martins Ferry Ohio March 1st 1837 Fanny Crosby Mrs Frances Jan Van Alstyne was born in Putnam county New March 24th 1820 James Lane Allen was born near Lexington Ky in March 1840 William Jennings Bryan was born in Salem Illinois March 19th 1860 Alexander Graham Bell was born in Edinburgh Scotland March 3rd 1847 Charles William E riot was born in Boston March 20th 1834 Octave Tbanet Alice French was born in Andover Massachusetts March Wtb 1850 Saved A Soldier Life Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreeble to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than facing It from what doctors said was I contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck In spite of all for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discoyery which com pletely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds For Coughs La Grip Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough and trovhle its supreme 50c 100 bottle free Guaranteed by B E Hc RobtrU lat B ASSOCIATED 0 pmiug I ernment I gigantic pawn er shop for the pur f I government relations Ce tral attempt i opinl formerSecretary hit r cent en better States J- Jines full these decreased appt uses w eYldenCe h hIm meeti committee the of York 1J Colds i ptin fending Vigorously I our Waahingto tin governments thai overcome great coercive policy z Tarose who vas attend confidence diem consumption tome remedies t Trial az fV v Important Man Selected You know the man kingly an You run across him everywhere He seems to think his hat a crown He tilks as though he handed down Most all the wisdom that tbe seers Have gathered in a thousand years His dignity is mobt sublime To joke about him a crime and When yon meet him it is to lift Your hat and cl se your eyes and it would P ease him if youd just liedown And grovel in the Tbat is the wiser course I say but Im a feeble minded jay and when I meet the swelled up man I jolly Him the best I can I would to him the fact recall Tbat hes but MOlt 1 after all Hes naught but bones and legs and trunk And lungs and lights and kindred junk He breathes the same old germy air Thats breathed by hobos everywhere And when he dies as die he must Hell make as cheap a grade of dust As any Richard Roe in town The monument that holds him down May tell hiS glories for a while But folks will read it witb a smile and say Was Johnny on the spot when he was on tbis Earthly shore I never heard of him before Obituary Affectionately inscribed to the of little Marion Blytbe Sanders the son of M arid Mrs J B of Richmond Ky On February the blue eves o Marion less ay After only of opla following measle tfe brittle thread of life broken a d thepvresoul took it into ete nity was an unus ually ha dsom and child and in i knew all of the lo as they were around bedside in such soicitude and called their clearly and Distinctly Then weep not so sorely Oh com ones Nor griefe at the act the Master treas That Is no morel Lay away playth i And the d ling curly head How yoallMiIss It from its pillow On the lime iron bed But a trace to all repining Cornea this florn the hand of God And your hearts though sore with weeping Still will bless the chastening sod A Swollen Jaw is not pretty nor pleasant Wheth er its caused by neuralgia toothache or accident Bollards Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling and relieve the puin The great and sure cure for rheumatism cutq burns bruises scalds any and all aches and pains Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Th of Is du t I thoughtthat memory three earold San rs lid ytbe S ders closed I the eternal sle to e reopened a an of end foursP UI a attack lythe precocious eve h last loess he ed es e Your reciousc lid was ure on Wlv n o your kfeplnK three iet t h such hppy years Dra he bll he cr p upon Softly mournfu wfsper y th aby Fold the b robes witePattering Se are stilled I ver hBe has c eo the gold hair Face so sun eyes hang wise in gathered fort ss h- d arare dIard looptn yhntters- Kna the lo owes your all la The family that eats Quaker Oats is a familyThe most popular food in the world be cause it does most least Regular tOe packages and hermetically sealed tins for hot climates 54 Fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Laws and Garden tee 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 McRoberts I plentyof healthyrugged andcosts Mill I I I I 1 I I 1 100R I I PILES I TO THE rY1I1MllAiM Irr1AAAi get ImmttUtt itBef m- Il sSM MiLkOhtrek i PUBLICWe the undersigned merchants have arranged with the Merchants Commission Advertising Co of Kentucky The largest premium in this part of the country to give GOLD with every IDC you spend at our respective stores I H T Logan and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions E McRobert jiruggist Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery Dentist J P Prather Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries J When you save GOLD STAMPS you are earning premiums which are both useful andornamental on money you have got to spend at some not confine all your purchases at our store and buy your goods for less and secure some of the many handsome premiums given in exchange for GOLD STAMPS Hundreds of people have already started collecting them WHY NOT YOU Start 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Son Co Hardware Implements Grass Seeds m Ipercent- age iCorn iIE fi 1 JS JOHNSON VIe Pros6 ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK i Of LANCASTER KY 9 CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 1 P HTJDSOIT Cashier W O BIONKY Asst D J J WALKER JR Asst BuokKeeper Business Solicited Pronpt and Garcfa Attentfoi DIRECTORS- J S Johnson BF Hudson T M Arnold 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 every Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTOES at the best The FOX STUDIO HERES A BarGain FOR YOU Daily By Mail Three Months and The Central RecordO- ne Year Both For Only The price of the Dilly Is 600 a year 150 for three months We have special arrangement whereby we will accept ordes for that paperand ours during JANUARY and MARCH ONLY at the price for both amed above Send in your subscription at once and keep posted o the Proceedings of the Legislature Sunday CourierJournal not included im this offer Sexd sods additional if Sunday issue is desired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL isjust as good a paper as it ever was We cam still funusk the Weekly and our paper both one year for Orders MUST be sent to this paper NOT JOURNAL to get adTaaUfe rate 25000- B C i 11 Walker a TIlE POX STUDIO prices Courier Journal Courier onrnal madea I to the COUumt ef tks ashy WAr Bookkeeper L ion FEBRUARY s 80a cat e i- G PAnEKIS yTTERICK t CANVAS AT 2 A NO3 TSTOBACCO urawvu EVERYTHING PRETTY EVERYTHING NEW Each day brings the arrival of desirable SPRING MERCHANDISE from the Eastern Markets You are invited to inspect our well selected stock x The Joseph Mercantile Company leaders In HighClass DnJ Goods Notions Etc J r C1 IS II IS I I I I r I I I g v Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention ef the Cewtegt aril Mgs lyTlMK W Art la Mr Jeff Dunn was in town court day Mr Joe Price is visiting friends in DanvilleMr S Hughes was in Louisville last week Mr B S Brown is in the Falls City businessDr Burnett was in Lexington WednesdayMiss Gill is visiting friends i i Cincinnati Mr Mike Danabe was a visitor in Bubble Sunday Mr K W Bourne of Lexington was town Sunday Mr Roy Gooch of Somerset was in town last Sunday Mat Cohen of Lexington was a visi tor here court day Dr James B Kionalrd is at home afterstay in Florida J W Sweeney was in Lexington last week on business Mr Lucien Burnam of Danville was visitor here Tuesday M Fisher of Danville was a visitor here Tuesday Mr Jessie Walden of Danville was In town last Saturday Mr M S Baugbman of Stanford a court day visitor Mrs W R Cook was hostess to the Tuesday Afternoon Club Capt A M Bourne was in Lexing ton last Saturday on business Miss Juii Higgins is expected this week to visit Miss Annie Herndon Mrs Suie Leaveil is in Richmond visiting her daughter Mrs Dr rip Misses Sue and Bertie Bourne are visiting Miss Lee Herring of Lexing tonMiss Angle Kinnaird of Danville was at home last Saturday and Sun dayMiss Helen Jenkens of Franklin N C is with her aunt Mrs Walter E loss Judge B A Burnside of Louisville was with his family the first of the weekMiss Lucy Francis of Paint Lick te visiting her sister Mrs F S HughesMr Anderson of Lincoln county was with Lancaster relatives SaturdayStanley Gulley of Mineral WellsTex as is visiting friends and relatives in LancasterMr Greenleaf of Richmond the funeral of Mrs A B Brown Sr Miss Annell Tomlinson has been visiting her uncle Mr Jotm Mans in Richmond Miss Mae Broaddus is spending a few days in Lexington Hicholasville and Midway Miss Miry Miller of Richmond was the guest of M fas Mary Duty a few days last week The Cbautiuqua Circle was by Mrs B F Hudson on Wed netday afternoon Mr Shirley Hudson who is attend ing School at Danville was at home Saturday and Sunday Jfiw May Magee visited her parent Mr and Magee of Danyille Saturday and Sunday Mte Scott Petty was called to the Bother who ta aerioMly 11I in Decatur Illinois Yrs C C Cible of Havana Cuba visiting her parents Mr and Mrs B M Robioaoo JCesaaMM Curie Davidsoa W VJ Romas were celled to ItealagE Moafey by the death of tbek J a Gaines was Ii JJ Barf I attended entertained 1 here f f ti in f i sat i it Iz 1 t I F j t Yrs John bedtldeof her and d s r sisterinlaw Mrs Robert YantK Woods Walker is at home from Louis ille where he found father in an improved condition Mr John H Pumphrey and wife of Towana Illinois are visitidg the of Mr J W Pumphrey Misses Nina and M try Cottrell the party given by Mr Philip Mahoney last Tuesday night The Miry Walker Price Chapter of the U D C met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs James Royston Mr and Mrs T J Price will be at home this week from a months pleas ant sjourn in the Land of Flowers Miss Tommie Francis left Tuesday for a visit to her brother Mr Alex Francis and family of Rolling Fork Mississippi Laura Lindsey Dunn of Lex ington has been visi log Miss Mittle Dunn at the home of her Mrs J D Gulley Miss Bessie Richards of Stanford was here Thursday for the burial of her aunt Mrs Elizabeth Beazley of Berryville Arkansas Doo Gill Sam and Will Denny Joseph Carlton Elkin and Dave Thomas attended the dance in Stan ford last Friday Evening Stuborn As Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then theres trouble Loss of Appetite Indi gestion Nervousness Despondency Headache But such troubles fly be fore Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best Stomach and Liver re medy So easy 25c at R E Mc Roberts 1m BRYANTSVILLE Clover Timothy and 0 at seeds firs quality and low prices Banks Hudson Mr and Mrs J C Williams and children spent the weekend with re latives at Burgin Miss Miyme Lee Ballard is able to be out after a months illness Mr J H Dunn was over from Lex ington this week Mr B F Patton has been quite ill foj several days Mr G B Bose has gone to Boom ville on business Mrs A T Christopher and son Logan of Somersat have been relatives here Miss Katie Mae Farlie is at home from the Normal School at Richmond Dr W M Elliott was at Lexington last week Mr J Hogan Ballard spent several days in Louisville recently Mr Harvey Patton has been in Knoxville Tenn on business Mrs Walker Burnsde of Bichm and has been visiting her father Mr B F Patton and family Mr Allan Saddler of Winchester Mr and Mrs Sim Parks of Boyle were called here by the serious illness of Mrs Martha Saddler Quite a number of the farmers have been delivering their hemp at 5 cents Mrs H B Sweeney has bought from W W Burnside of Richmond his vacant lot situated between the Bank of Bryantville and Becker Bal lard Cos store and will build a two story f omce building This will be quite an improvement to our enter pi iiing little city Mr Charley Deane sold a pair of mules to Mr Carter Sellers of Jessa mine for 350 Mrs E H Burke has returned home after a visitoo her sons at Junction CityB J Patton of Lexington came over to see his brother Mr B F Pat who is quite sick Miss Eizabeth Robertson of Crotbersvilleilnd i expected soon to again be with Mrs C CL Becker m trimmer Robertson h an artist In her line and has many friends who will oe delighted to know that she will return Becker will have asMMisoMB Military hi family attended Little visit- Ing here grandmother Arthur ton Miss Mrs lire of General News Congressman J Campbell Contrill of the seventh district has announced that he wi 1 be a candidate to succeed himself in congress Beginning 1 the Seaboard Air Line put into effect a general ad vance in pay of two and oneLalf cents and hour for all skilled laborers over the entire system Louis Paulban the French aviator who has been exhibiting in the South and West has been compelled to his remaining engagements a final of the Wright brothers injunction suit A number of valuable papers on the tobacco situation were from the residence of Congressman J Campbell Can tiill In Georgetown The ourglar discribed as a well dressed man fired a couple of shots at Jack Payne a nephew of Cantril who interrupted him Neither shot took effect Indictments charging conspiracy to raise pncs on foodstuffs contrary to the public good against all the and directors of the National Packing beef trust were presented to Judge Swayze in the Supreme Court of Hudson N J in Jersey City Six firms and twentyone individuals are Whether the judicial branch of the Government has any control over the legislative branches was argued be fore Justice Wright in the Supreme Court uf the District of Columbia in the action of the Valley Paper Com pany of Mass against the Joint Printing It is expected that 81600000 will be distributed at once to claimants against the Southern Mutual Invest ment Company as a result of the con firmation of the report of J C Rogers the receiver by the Circuit Court in LexingtonSix earthquake shocks were recorded Monday afternoon and night by the seismograph at St Louis Uni versity and Father Goesse In charge of the instrument believes a great up heavel of the earths crust is in pro gress in some part of the globe Two of the prison reform bills were passed by the Kentucky House of Tuesday One of the bills provides for a change in the pa role law and the other for the of one of the penitentiaries into a reformatoryInvestigation of alleged cold storage evils was resumed Tuesday by the Hudson county N J grand jury which last week indicted the socalled beef trust including the constituent firms and individuals the directors and officials The Kentucky Senate passed the bill providing for woman suffrage in affecting the public schools An amendment to the measure permits only those women who have taxable property to vote Senator Lion made two unsuccessful efforts to have the Committee on Rules put in charge of all leg slati n The bill providing for a bond issue to pay the States debt was finally killed Train service in the Northwest has been practically suspended because of snowslides landslides and floods which have followed thaws whch released the great banks of snow In the Great Northern train with sixty passengers is reported to have been buried under a snowslide in the Mountains and other seriots acci dents are reported Thirty persons have been rescued snowslides at Burke and Mace Idaho UitsJalHMri Latter Below is a list of in the Lancaster Post office the week ending February 28t 1910 Nance Champ Sinus Leave Petie Thomas M Young If called for sav advertised W T West An Eruption of a volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions will be as short if you use Bucklens Arnica their quickest cure Even the worst toile ulcers or soba healed by it Beet for Burnt Cuts Bruteeg Sort Lips Chapped Ha d Cbilblatata 4 Piles It gives Much cancel pe d- Ing decl ion officials Companysocalled indicted I I mountains- A Cascade Jam P M salve lO- ran IItrelleIIc L bearing stolen county Congressional Committee Representatives conversion matters letters unclaimed Awful the fever at M BObii6s i Loulsvilla Nashvllla Tim Table For Richmond Lexington Cincin nati and intermediate stations 514 a m 1114 a m and 140 p m For Stanford Knoxville and points South 940 a m and 835 p m For Stanford Lebanon Louisville and points North and South 214 pm YOCU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Krout at Ckaafa2Qc per gaHDfc 3t Shoes sold R ppHpnr tf Just opened a tresBt of Lowness Candy 34tf R Zimmer For cheap i fine wardrobe atChis offlc T tf Fresh Lowneys Jandy atZimmers 34tf f pnjy ngirjprpp Syrup at 34tf In the grocery 24tf ng wagons tf We handle Cross brand of 24tf 125 pet Highest r Broom Corn Seed Anderson Stanford Ky ton Mrs WJJf Holtzclaw R F D Nol Phone533 For Sal One Oak ta marble top table one Walnut at tbij with go ks go Q fodder water Lancaster ory JwaRon if jou UlFin need of a J Romans tf JAnyope having the tthem Zimmer as cen was on March 1st 34 me your produce I pay high ce in t Buy your Seed Fo erytbing from Powell fids lowest Powell Currys to Cur price 2183t One nice Will sell nut set of furniture office want to market The firm of T S Elkin and is noilruiroy T S son retiring 2183t v I hate a rK6 supply of on lionLr Any one wlsnink Me W B Barton Fer Sale One lpom of in china tjMe and chairs For information apply at office tf Notice Is hereby given tb r Isaiah Faulkner will ask tbe fovernor of Kentucky to Teeth Im to citizen viofc to will fiP ffifte with the Jjalah TaulkMr 4 Corbin rI I Try by Apply Abs Curre Pbone line u ed fluu urner thus It H r roar 24tr Fox Orplng Cock rel Stanford librar ply FOR Sh rw stPCk nd J It R F D No 2 Dont forget the I old Hick w3i a tin5per du B est 6r cas 211tf Bring Yfr er gs revs pla ket Ch pply at thll Try a Wm JQ1 er it you OD the IIW J Ro a tt I- Ii w a sale 1 I urner A ne notions lus a an tfg See o cheapI am and pl s W J R ns the far Fox SAr EGo country SA EA few niB officer SALE Uster pr d 1 notes ainst Hot rose the tt sing er he h the C o arket more en other pricer Mace a 0 r er Sate 1 t t ru plow Son ye a mess El his Robe If it wiencey an ave e st t aa fi en pn ts n- tf W Jans Fr Sal wor mules buy 211tf din suit furniture Oak coosh a handsome sideboard cabs his ship and a on same Governor at once This Jed IA11- A LOST A plain gold locket mono gram P B W two pictures inside in Lancaster court day Finder please return to P B Williams 34tf R F D 4 Stanford Ky For Having sold 100 of my Ply p mouth Rock hens I have decided to of my Sure Hatch holds 200 eggs Have always g ol hatches from same For price write Mrs C A Robinson What Is Meant by Justice What we want said the attorney to the reporters is justice What I want said the client to the attorney Is a verdict te my favor Life Millinery Sale I wish my stock of L Paint Lick Ky y Mrs G A BALLARD LOST Two Fox Hounds One has a black back the other is a black spotted dog Finder please re turn to or notify M Broaddus Lan caster Ky andreceive 500 reward Popular Music just received in stock A fine line of late Vocal and Instrumental MUSICat F 6 HURT Lancaster f Sal Barred i1 obtained for sell ot vateJy I sell Incubators t milli 21 J Coal FOR SALE Cheap 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 Eggs Hides Furs Iron Bones Rubber and Metal Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot oultry Northcot- tWhDOUGlAS 4SHOESO- YS5HDE5 IL Be 2U SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES 1 have worn W Douglas shoes for the past six jrears and always find they are farsuperior to all other high grade shoes lastyle comfort and durability WO ONES 119 Howard Ave Utica M Y If I wM tike you mto By large fee tortes at Mass sad skew yarn Ww carefally W Dallas nafize wiry they I U their sfeapc fit bettor wear leB er aaJ CAVriOH8ee that W on the bottom Take N It yowr dMter CMMM tjamwlU W IbH ATV J SMITH Tl ilRGESTIAIEI mllETWlI- IF MEWS WOIID L L woW of than L Iu w W E InswnE bee are i are grearlerai aay otherhsassts and VieL e lM OFFICERS E L Woods President W C Fish Vice President VG Kemper Cashier O I Terrill Asse Cashier II II BUTIERICK 1 IPATTERNS DIRECTORS Marion Cop R 1 Arnold J B Woods G G ay a- J S Burrows W C E L Woods W C Fish I Wynn PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KENTUCKY Capital Stock z6ooooo Deposits 10000000 Surplus and Uandivided Profits 1100000 Your Banking no matter how Large no matter how smalt The Peoples Bank wilt give it careful attention This message applies to men and women alike Come in and see us we are always glad to see ycu The safest and most convenient way to do your business a bank With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with years of exper ience the Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky stand ready to serve you Peoples Bank Paint Licit icy THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5000000R E McRoberts Pres Baats Hudson Vice Pres R I BartoB VIce J W Elmore Cashier D A Tkosas List Cashier L Eltia BookKeeper Comparative statement of its growth Individual Deposits January i 1907 1653474 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 1 645236 Jan 1 191O 13564758 IS YOUR LIFE INSURED IF NOT VH Y Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 WAGONSWe have just received a car load of ColumbusWagons in and at to you PLOWSWe have a large assortment of Vulcan Plows and all kinds of Farming Implements Wire Peace American Field Fence no better made at higher price See it before buying Bring us your Produce Becker Ballard Co Bryantsville Ky J IE Pres R 11909 I I IEAILEY HAIELBER I0Xexex a I I I r various SIzes prices I m B I e isthrough T- t interest LI 1 4 Farm and Stock T B Walker bought a pair of mules court day at 325 Alex Gibos bought an extra good pair of mare mules at 1475 W B Bui tin sold 1 t L G Davidson a pair of mules for 37500 Dugs kiled 32 sheep fur J T Dud derer of Lincoln county last week I have a nice high grade Jersey coot for sale She will be fresh with second calf in about two weeks R E Henry Mr Curt Robinson sold to W G Gooch a bunch of 150 pound shoats at Sicts per pound and to C A Arnold a of cattle at 4Jits per pound E F Spears Sons of Paris have bought the crop of the 1909 hemp in Mercer county consisting of 500 acres The price paid for the hemp was 2 cents per pound straight There is to be a Lr fruit show in Boston in October All New England is interested jtct I now engaging tie attention of mans granges particularly in Maine A premium list of 50000 is already assured G P Robinson sold to the Hay wood Fair rif Brownsvile r Tenn the fine four year oll chestnut stallion Montgomery Star sired by the great saddle horse Montgomery Chief Ilis dam was a Chester Dart mire and the consideration was 1000 Montgomery Stir according to the best judges is one of tie most superb indivilu that has let Kentucy in recent years Paid For A Turkey At the northern Illinois poultry show the famous Porter turkey was sold by Walter Porter of Belyi dere E n Burns of Orient S D forjJiOO This gobbler has taken first and sweepstakes at Madison Square New York Batoioie and llagerstown Md and other cities where national poult shows have been held His weight is pounds and be is said to be the larg est turkey in the Unitod Stiles Mr Burns has been trying for three years to buy this turkey but up to the pre sent had been unsuccessful The annual meeiiig of tIle Kentuc ky State Berkshire Breeders Associa tion was held at the Leland Hotel Leiiijt in Kf February 18 A num ber of breeders and all were enthusiastic over the outlook for the Berkshire interests for the coming year All breeders repotted a demand for their surplus stock TLe reports of tie president secre tary and treasurer were beard and matters of interest to t ie Berkshire breed were discussed Several new members were received and enrolled The following officers were elected for J Lewis Letterle president Harrods Creek W R Whit law vice president Oakland Ben W Hail secretary and treasurer Mt Sttiriiiig Executive Committee F M McKee Versailles and A P Shrop shire Centerville Sheep once fattened and then a poor never do well out the fl ck to a profitable basis even if it requires the selling of half the flock In commencing to feed grain V sheep let the be made on a small scale and be gradually increased So far as can be done every lamb dropped should be an impovemeut on the average standard of the flock Befcer have several small flocks than one large one for as a rule the smalls the flock the better the ani mals wi 1 do1 Sheep in good condition now are easily kept in condi ion and can be quietly and easily fi ished for market at any time ajn freezing in the wool causes suffering to the sheep and also the quality of the fleece making the fibre harsh and brittle The growth of wool made during a season depends very upon the of sheep and the feed and given them Tue condition of the mother deter mines the condition of the lamb when dropped whether it is vigorous and ready to start rightly and make a rap id growth otherwise Sheep not naturally so well a dapted to rough usage and to picking their living as cattle and they must therefore receive oetufr and ff BUENA VISTA Mr John Duncan has the pluerisy Mr William Chistopher is quite sickMargaret Scott the little daughter of Mr and Mrs A T Scott is a very sick child Mr W GWeeks who sold his farm in Piillys Bend and will move his to Florid Miss Myrtle Ruble who is attend tog the Normal School at Richmond was at fur a few days MIT John DAughterty and son of Lexington have been visiting her par ents Mr and J T Chrsstopner Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low price Banks Hudson of good health should prevent sickness instead of letting themselves get sick and they cure it So lung as you keep liver bowels and stow acfc bealthyrmnd active condition Ton wont get sick Ballards Heroine relieves coastipalion inactive liver sad all stosiscu fed tnubles McRuberte lp iJt V i entire I geM ill The Association 0 500 fI o priz fir twu at tended splendid the eosuelng year 4 Sheep flowed tobecome scat t deteriorates teed J1 to YOUr Ia boWl 1 dy r 4Y I t ir ri 4 t uucb Mrs tr e much condition The care are cure 1ittieetter C family home I W levers a boil L ti 1 9 a It 4 s The Republican Row The Democrats of the country can sit steady in the and watch the real sure enough scrap that ii on in the ranks of the Republicans The breach between the Regulars and tle Insurgents has been growing wider since Congress met The Taft PincbotBallinger jffair and tbein vestigation resu tng from is have added fuel to the flames All in all it is a good sized row and exceeding ly entertaining largely because it is something that happens so seldom in the Republican party Accustomed to being ruled by bosses fur the last two three decades it a great deal of overt provocation to the drive any considerable portion or the party into open revolt It would have been better for the Democracy of the country in the com lug elections had the entire bunch continued to eat out of Cannons baud they had done so long tor tre mendous antiCannon setiment in the country under those circumstances would have swept every close district into the Democratic columr And the districts especially in the West mud Middle West would not have needed to be so very close for this to have happened But as the Insur gents have refused to be either mot i lied or bluffed the Democrats are 1iok ing on with pleasure at the ever wad eking breach If the Insurgents ever contemplated any surrender the matter has now hone too far When they are no Linger summoned to the flior by the Republican whip when votes are needed aril when they are notified from the White House that they are to be practically stripped of their pa tronage there is nothing left for them to do but burn their bridges behind them And this the majority of them have already done Commenting upon the Administra policy toward these Insurgents Worlds Word recently said Instead of stamping out the firs of insurrection however this treatment seems to have stirred it to greater fury and every day sees addi ions to the number of Republicans who avow that they will never vote for the Speaker again The rebels proclaim that they are loyal to and hos tile only to Cannon and Aldrich but their words of loyality are coldly re calved by the Presidents friends who declare that the Insurgents are bending every effort to ruin the Taft Admi ist ration and force the nomina tion of Roosevelt in 1912 Finchot is regarded as a ring leader in this scheme and his critics oelieve that he invited dismissal to gain a martyrs crown and discredit the powers that be The Insurgents on the other hand believe Pincbot was driven to his virtual defiance of Taft and suoscquent dismissal by the Presi dents plain sympathy with the Bal linger and Cannon forces Cannon is urged to retire bv the Boston Tran script Rep which goes so far as to outline a graceful letter of resigna Lion which it thinks would be accept able Instead of taking Ibis sugges tion in a sprit however the Speaker violently objects to himself on the altar of party harmony 1 will say positively he declares that I will not from Congress until my constituents fail to give me a imj iiity and he adds feel Ingly My worst enemies have nev er accused me of cowardice but if I retired under fire both my friends and my enemies would be justified In not only calling me a coward but a poltroon Thus the grows more bitter and the rift widens Kentucky State Journal Race Suicide is not nearly the menace to increase in populaton that deaths among i Eight out of ten of these deaths are directly or in directly caus ed by bowel troulles Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysentary sour stomach and all infant ai meats of this nature the thing for teeth ing is Price 25c and 50c per Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Her Life Saved Catarrh Leaves You When the Germs are Destroyed Breathe Hyomei pronounce it High ome over the inflamed and germ in fected of the nose and throat It will kill the germs and curecatarrh outfi hard rubber pocket inhaler at druggists and at R E McRobsrts Guaranteed to cure catarrh croup couzhs colds or money back Hyomei certainlY saved my life and I accord it the credit which it deserves and Ada Hopkins Cold water Wich Hyomei has done a wonderful t for me For two years I was so hoarse that I spoke In a whimper now I am as well as ever Thanks to Hyomei Mrs James Spencer Watervliet N Y Hyomei has cured me of catarrh of long standing It is the best thing t kill a cold I have ever pot bold of Mrs A Haslan Croton Lee County la When you a Hyomei Inhaler you can always get an extra bottle of Hyo mei fur 50c at druggists Send for free booklet and sample bottle Hyomi Hyomei Co Buffalo N Y 14IONACures Indigestion Itrelieves Btoaaach misery BOWT atom ach feelchiBgBd cores stomach dis i I r 7 L or took a tlc I I Tart friendly reo ie raDts are McGees Just bottle membrane Complete merltsMrs 1 t boat tins immolating acrimony ball 8100 Including everywhere own Booths tablets liT HEBRON Mr G A Bruce quite sick Mr Chas Duncan sold to different parties corn at 3 per barrel Mr Irvin Dean spent last week with relatives iu Jessamine county Mr J B Dean bought a sow and pigs from A S Dean for 20 Mr Oho Mouigcmery and wife were with Mr DenLie Scott and fam ily Sunday M anu Mrs J A Clark and son Eugene attended preaching at this place Sunday and were the guest ol Mr and Mrs Edd Grow M Vanderpool of Lex ington and Georgia Gammons of Mer cer were wltq aheir father Mr G A Bruce last week Wormology should be studied by every parent If your child is nervous fretful starts iu iu6 sleep is pasty faced has rings under its always seems hungry is not gaining weight you can be sure the trouble is worms Whites Cream Vermifudge is an absolute cure for worms Is its own purgative Sold by B E McRobeits 1m MARKSiiUKY Will Hughes is sick Symplons pneu moniaJames Parks is almost blind from catarac Mr Tom Chesnut has been visiting Pope Bros in Boyle county Mr Marceeand family attend ed services at Mt Hebron Sunday Harve Aldridge bought a pair of mules tram Mr Hubble price 275 Mr Jno Piuitt was visiting friends of bis old home a few days last week atFreedomWm and James Royston at tended the sale of Spears of NicbolasvilleThe for a pair of mules at Spears sale NiclKlasville by Chas Dean was 345 Rev Parsons of Berea preached a good sermon at the Fork church last Sunday morning Miss Mary Harville of OkHhoma is making several wteks stay with Miss Bessie Poindexter Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson The Juvenile Nude Club met last K iday afternoon fur the purpose of ritrying out a programe Miss Pattie Bolle Burke presiding very gracefully at the meeting The same afternoon Miss Nancy Wuud was elected and Miss Cecil Bowling Secretary Take Notice Epidemics come in the Fall and Spring and every year thousands of farmers lose their hogs Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy prevents and cures cholera and other infectious dresses A few do es now may save the loss of your entire herd Sold by J B Mount Co Miss Mamie Crutcbfii Id visited her friend Miss Elveree Carter a part of last week Mr Mitch Lane and wife spent Sat urday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs adkson Mr and Mrs Luther Raney and family spent last Friday with Mr Loss Crutcbheld and family Mrs Mollie Scott and handsome daughter Miss E la visited relatives here and attended the funeral of her aunt Mrs Emily Turner Mrs John Black died at her home near here after a lingering illness of consumption and was taken to the Gboshen graveyard for burial Mrs Emily Turnar died at the home of her daughter Mrs Raymond Burchell Sunday morning and was buried Monday near Roune Hil1 She was 76 years of age and was a mem the Baptist church She leaves a number of children to mourn her loss Womans Age often does not agree with her appearance Pain and add to the years till many women look much older than they really are Many women avoidingpain by the regular use of that ef fectual remedy for women Wine of Cardui keep their youth and beauty J aL eyes Noah Mr Loyd berof suffer- Ing remains President Farmers Take CARDUI Mrs Annie Vaughan Ral eigh tried Cardui and writes 1 was sick and worn out almost unto death My sister finally persuaded me to take Cardui Before I had taken five bottles I was well and strongTry Cardui It Is for wo men Its tonic building quali ties should restore you gently to health Thousands of have found It to give lasting Try Cardui For sale everywhere 47 N C women ahem benefit Y T FARMERS COLUMN space below this heading ia for the exclu sive use of our farmer subscribers and Is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver tise No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only in two issues of the RECORD free of charge Wanted a bind quarter of beef J T Henry Rood gentle horse Theo Currey For barrel corn in shuck 350 per barrel in cub G Y Conn For bales of seconds1 ss hay J H Thompson Preaeuersville Pure strain of early drouth proof yellow seed corn for sale a 1 per bu S H Aldiido Ky Eggs for hatching from pure bred Plymouth Rock 75c per setting of 15 eggs Mrs y Phone 329 J- Fou to 15 bushels of home grown cleaned clover seed W R Gaines R F D Stanford Ky I will sell cheap 300 shocks of fodder 20 hills square and can furnish a good lot with very large straw rick plenty of good water James B Leavell fc Bryantsville Ky BUCKEYE Mister Irvin Stapp visited Miss Cor delia Ray the latter part of the week Miss Lina Schouler of Xirksville has been vbi ing her sister Mrs Jas per Noel Miss Flossie Mie Sutton of Lan caster was the guest of friends here last week Miss Peachie Buchanan of M Be laud is the attractive guest of MisS Lula Best Mr and Mrs Billy Cotton visited her parents Mr and Mrs L F Brown quie recently Mrs Huston Gulley and family vis ited Mr and Mrs Herbert Wiiotaker Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Forest Curtis and spent part of last week wi h Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray Mrs Prentis Walker and little daughter Mary Edith have been Teater Mrs T O Hill has returned from several days visit to her daughter Mrs Walker Bradshavr Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Mrs Mary Dlckerson and son Ed ward were guests of M and Mrs Vir gil Layton Tuesday night GILES Watch the BECOUD grow Mr Robert Long is numbered with the sick Born to the wife of Ed Hunter on the 17th a boy Mr John M recently bought a horse from B Ray for 120 We are sorry to report that Mrs Tom Floyd is very sick at this writing Miss Blanche Stotts visited friends and relatives iu Madison cuunty last weekMrs Linzie Reynolds recently lsi ed her parents Mr and Mrs Wylie Burton Mr William Stotts attended the sale of James Spears of Nicholasville last Friday We are sorry to report that the lit tle daughter of James Gaheart is very sick at this writing Clover Timothy and Oat seeds first quality and low prices Banks Hudson Mr and Mrs Henry Teater also Mr and Mrs Dee Fat hergill were visiting Mr and Mrs William Stotts last Sun dayWe are glad to report that James R the handsome little son of Mr and Mrs John Amon who has been very sick improving If what people say can be taken as an indication there will surely be a large crop of tobacco planted in this part of the county the coming seasor To Make Hens Lay Bourbon E g Producer supplies found in various grains seeds and grasses which causes the food to produce eggs instead of fat A few doses in the feed will make your hens lay amazingly Try it mod see bold by J R M unt Co 1 WANTEDA Sale50 sale300 Hyatt vl11e Ida Timl ALE10 family Mrs Kirby Amon elements I- 3OM1MIoo woiDNaU i visiting Old Fashion Corn Meal 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 methods and is the best that money can buy If your grocer does not handle Creamery Butter or Old Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give you the name of one who does We also sell Coal and Brick and will ap precate your patronage Henley V Bastin at the Creamery WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SOUTH SOUTHEAST DAILY QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 For Fall Particulars call on or write H C KING P T A 101 E Main St Lexington JS SSSRSSSSSSfr SZt s S I I 1 S 1 I S i is sg 1 s g oCt 1 1soCt i I Z l tl r cr TO THE Ky I Ig z it 11 Yf t 3AZ ft77t2 rt anON VtA z Indestructible The clear full brilliant tone of Columbia Indestruc But its a fine thing to know they cant no matter how careless you may be and that they will never wear out no matter how many times you play them 35 cents Call for a catalog A splendid repertoire to choose from and we are adding to it right along F G Hurt growingbreak ITS QUALITY THAT COUNTS When buying that fence for farm dont be get ing a fence it costs a little less per rod Youll be sick of bargain the end of the first season wish you had considered quality instead of price misleadinto r R PEERLESS Tho crossbars arc all of one an1 Bpncht stabthtr to the fenr id so attichu1 as not to injure any the wired ran not slip and yet thefencotobe TectcdonaJ IeBreo zagif aro all the same lensth nniforai tension thronchouk and no bags of sacs or pockets in IwrleRt- Mako roar dealer furnish acceptno substitute Peerless Wire Fence Cbu Ltd Adrian IlIcMguk give Tho knot o permits there are For sale by Conn Bros Lancaster Ky Louisville Auto Show Great Exhibit of WOVEN WIRE FENCEis built to stand many seasons of hard usage Made of hard steel wire that will not rust out and break galvanized March 171819 ttlw Armory CARS TRUCKS CHASSES PARTS MOTORCYCLES SUNDRIES ACCESSORIES ETC Also CELEBRATED RECORDBREAKING AEROPLANE Music and Decorations Afternoons 25c For Particulars address Secretary LomsviBe Auto Desists AM so I Evesti- er ti- d r 4i D H M DuncansShop fur Hot and Clean Steamed Towels and Si2rlized Razors We appreciate your trade and we are here to stay Stick to the old reliable with 25 years of experience and a three chair shop Richmond street Office Hoars Office over 8 am to 12 1 pm to 4 Store FDENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHONE S2UJ Office over F t7 Hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KEJJTUCKV W T Get him to cry your sales Best of references CARDS I JrT GO TO Barber Storm Drug B ALTER i KING I t suuususISIuII1SSSSSSS- I INSURANCE Auctioneer E W Morrow Graduate Optlcia Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed J E Robinson LAWYEI aM CMJNTY ATTMNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 1M M K Denny I t I I Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery Hughes Swinebroad ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 22L Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts H J PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky uitttf Dr J B Kinnaird Physical aid SnretR Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone DR Wni BURNETT and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cream Vermifuge I iREAL 111 J111 I Phvs Can n w rSITS DENTIST I II WORM REMEDY tIE IIIIImEI tIE CMUKVS FATE BaUar a w Ltetaeat LOT McRoberts Drug Store M CURE me LURes w Ca- T KILL COUCH 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