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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 17 IMS THE CENTRAL CORD J rEUl NUXJlZR 1113 I1FTJEJTJI r Saturday April 18thI opening Come and see the most complete lines of Buggies Surries Phaetons Harness Hardware Stoves Farm Implements I We sell Ahlbrand Buggies Theyre built to wear Spring of Buggies I A Pi ce of Iugg News We are going to SMASH one Here is Where we Show you Dealers often tell you what good materials their buggies have iu them But every now and then we find those who say WE ARE PROM MISSOURI and you must SHOW US HASELDEN r OASTE EW 1W A A A A BROS wnone n n rnG wrw r= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = New Easter Suits Are Out Theyre the snappiest ones youll see and the best Every idea that has been brought out to give clothes style neatness and distinction has been faithfully work ed in the Mayer Sheur Offner Sterling Way Coats are shaped the least bit to the natural lines of the figure to give them grace and are just long enough to be smart and genteel Single and double breast ed two and three piece suits as you like Trousers are made medium and full peg top neither too ioose or too tight Medium and tropical weights in the neatest of strips checks mixtures and blue We stamp our name on the inside coat pocket as guarantee that these clothes are right for style SMITH HEEEING serg s andwear 11 t Ii 1 BRYANTSVILLE Mr John Kindig of York Pa was here this week buying horses Miss Mayme Lee Ballard was in Lex ington for a short visit last week Mr and Mrs J M Smith of Mackville have been spending a few days here Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Atha DunnThere will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday morning and eveningMr Mrs Henry Tomlinson were in Lexington last week for a short visit to relativesMrs Coleman and Mr Dolph Latinur of Nicholasville were guests of Miss Mayme Ballard Sunday Mrs John Johnson of Livingston is visiting her mother Mrs Josephine Boner Mr Johnson spent Sunday hereMiss Bessie Bolton has returned to her home at Harrodsburg after a visit to Miss Alta Boner and Anna Kay JenkinsMr Mrs Bedell Chancellor and Mrs B C Sandige of Lincoln visited Mrs W J Hogan and Mrs Eliza H Ballard last week Master Harry Madison Durham the bright little son of Dr and Mrs J H Durham has been quite ill but is re ported to be slightly improved Miss Ethel West and her visitor Miss Browning of Winchester Misses Betty West and Annie Herndon of Lancaster will be the guests of Miss Mayme Ballard Friday The following were on the Honor Roll at Miss Isons school for last month Misses Jennie Montgomery Eva Vaughn Lawson Pattie Belle Burke Josephine Moss Gladys Wells Bessie Swope Lizzie Grahm and Katie Barnes Dickerson Masters Milton Paul Willie Mac and Francis Elliott Andrew and Tommine Burke Clay Coulter and Ernest Ballard Miss Alta Boner and Mr John Peters of Mackvllle drove to Burgin Wednesday afternoon and were married at the residence of the Rev P G Ross Rev Ross performed the ceremony in a most impressive manner The bride who is a very popular and charming girl looked stunning in a blue tailored suit with hat to match Miss Boner is the daughter of Mrs Josephine Boner and is well known in the county and will be greatly missed by a wide circle of friends Mr Pet era is a well known and prominent farmer and President of the Farmers Bank of Mackville They were accom panted by Mr and Mrs John M Smith of Mackville and immediately after the ceremony left for the grooma Saturday April 18th On Saturdn Apr 18th at Two Oclock P M we invite all those who are interested to the test Come and SEE FOR YOURSELF Mr J F Tunley representative from the Ahlbrand Carriage Company will be present to SHOW YOU You will be well repaid for your time Rain or shine we will show you what the Ahlbrand Buggies are made of witness home at Mackville Their many friends wish them every happiness Miss Jennie Burnside and Mr Charley Collier of Middleshoro were married Wednesday morning at the pretty country home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs James B Burn side It was a very quite but beauti ful wedding only the immediate rela tives of both families being present Rev P J Ross performed the ceremony and immediately after the happy couple left for a short bridal trip after which they will be at home in Middles bore where Mr Collier is in business The bride is one of Garrard countys lovliest young women She is hand some and attiactive very popular and has a host of devoted friends and admirers in Central Kentucky where she is well known She is a member of one of Kentuckys most prominent families and a graduate of Millersburg Female College Mr Collier fomerly of Lancaster is now located at Middlesboro and is popular young business man and nas a host of friends both in social and business life This popular young couple have the best wishes of a very large circle of friends for a long and happy life with out even a shadow to sidden them Not This Time Hon J A Sullivan who has been sick at Frankfort since before the Leg islature adjourned has recovered sufficiently to go to his home at Rich mond He has been very prominently mentioned as a candidate for Congress from the Eight District but it is that he will not oppose Hon I i i i I I i I j J J I a- very believed for reelection hut will getin line for next time The over the state are saying many nice things of Mr Sullivan in regard to his being the next democratic candi date for governor and we believe his party will insist upon his accepting this nomin anon A Poor Rule It has not occurred to some bene diets perhaps that their wives should earn the living during leap year to other husbands It has never occurred I that their wives should not earn the living every year I HarveYHelm Jnews- papers I J I J l r L Our display of Spring and Summer Apparel for Ladies was never more complete We call especial attention to our lines of Silks Lawns Serge Mo hair Panama Ginghams Dimity and Batiste Chinese and Japanese JMatfings Brussel and Rugs Elegant display of latest style Slip pars and Hosiery Beautiful line of Lace Curtains We undoubtedly have the prettiest stock of Spring Apparel for Ladies ever forought to this section and want you to sere the goods THE Joseph Mercantile Co INCORPORATED aR RalltIRlRlIIRlIItaRROu- r II I I I I I I I I I I I I I if I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 11 II t ems r I We are compelled to move to another store room in this city and before doing so we will make a great reducticn in Wall Paper offCff se m remarkable bargains Paper that sold at 50c to 75c we are now selling at from 1 Oc to 1 5c We are making a rwini OBD at expensive paper that sold from 15c to 8Oc Now Qc to S We also have a big lot of different patterns in small quantities that sold from lOc to TSo IbTow lo SL IE3O11- We are making big cuts in all our paper and are selling most of it for less than manufacturers prices t t j ri F a ti c Lr Ltr Ii u y j L I IBaIII te lese I B g LADIES v9jjta racsKrcr s crr axar ar r nrccy vzs xa acaa t 4 atrtai IcI g rear n e i I I Main stDauvllet COAL Coal COAL 6 inch nut lOc per bushel 6 inch block 12c per bushel Black Bear or Red Ash loc per bushel The above are yard prices We charge ic per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery in town Farmers wagons loaded promptly at prices quoted Field Seeds Salt and Ballards Obelisk Flour For sale by HUDSON Heart to Heart Talk No i Dont imagine for an instant that because we are small Jewelers in a small town that we are not prepared to take care of the Watch Clock and Jewelry repairing brought to us in the best possible manner As good as in the city Why certainly Why not Years of experience in large towns and cities enables us to know what you get there We do it just as well and can prove it and time price is less in most case We Do Hand Engravinga- nd are in touch with the Diamond Market We know where to get the goods It might be to your interest to see us when you need anything in the Jewelry or Optical lines Our Motto Promptness Accuracy and Reliability Hedrick FrisbieJewelers and Opticians At Frisbies Drug Store TulI I I I I I i I I I I I IBANKS I JVIVtM11M A lrr rw r llIIIIIIIIIIIIlJ CIIIcrJIIIIICI I I J I I I I I JIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDrQI IIRaCill lJJa aeeeeeeee J J WAIKJSK President r AM E G I B BON S J S JOHNSONVice I I ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL lsMi SURPLUS B F HTJDSOIT Cashier W O BIQNKY Asst Cashr C D Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders The Photo Season is Now Open and we are prepared to furnish you with the very latest work at reasonable prices Take Advantage of the Good Weather we are now having and bring the Children in The FOX STUDIO OpenEvery Saturday Cyclones Windstorms Tornadoes This is the time of year for v these Get a tornado policy from J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency I I I I I i I I i WALK n R l FREE By special arrangements with Bastln Telephone Co I anyone can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 sue CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Maim Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky April 17 1908 Wet or dry seems to be quite an issue in many states and in many counties or the different states Illi nois voted this week on the question with the result that many counties voted dry while an almost equal num ber concluded to continue the present system of irrigation It is a wise pro vision to have these elections divorced from politics as much as possible and holding elections to determine wheth er a place shall be wet or dry at some time other than during a general elec tion Better and more satisfactory conditions are more likely to prevail A prominent writer on hygiene in sists that persons should never eat except when they are in a cheerful mood Wonder what he is up to any way Does he desire to have a lot of persons starve to death The depositors in a defunct Japanese bank petioned the president of the institution to commit suicide That was much better form than to lynch him thought no doubt not so effective in results Easter is sufficiently near at hand that the latest creation in the window of the milliner is holding the atten of the daughters of Eve and even now and then takes a peep at the price tag A man with a bullet proof head has been found down in New York Bet he is not the only fellow with a thick head down New York way Few men are fools by the act of na ture but there are a whole lot of fellows who make fools of themselves choiceMost us are always willing to look at the best side of an untoward thing but are too often unable to find it The good some people do consists mainly in their being perfectly harm less Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels to get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the reliable purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping 25c t McRoberts drug store 1m BUENA VISTA Mrs Elizabeth Lane continues quite ill The family of Geo Barnett has been suffering with grippe Miss Bessie Bolton of Harrodsburg attended church here Sunday Miss Florence Christopher has re turned from a visit to friends at Salvisa Rev Walton of Bradfoidsville filled his pulpit here Sunday morning and afternoonProtracted meeting will begin at Mt Olivet May 11th Rev Griffy of Fal mouth will assist the pastor Mrs Ike Hamilton of Lancaster and Mrs Cecil of Wilmore are at the bed side of their mother Mrs Lane He Got What He Needed Nine years ago it looked as if my time had come says Mr C Fathing of Mill Creek Ind Ter I was so run down that life hung on a very slender thread It was then my druggist recommended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I need I had one foot in the grave bur Electric Bitters put it back on the turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold under guarantee at McRoberts drug store 50c 1m a I I I I I I I I I I J edstrength merman M e MT Mr 1 M Vanderpool Lexington was in this locality Saturday Mr S N Morford made a business trip to Winchester last week Mr Marion Montgomery sold a bunch of shoats to C M Jenkins for 5c per lb Mr Isaac Montgomery sold a nice harness mare to Nicholasville parties last week Mr C M Jenkins was in this locality last week engaging hogs May delivery at 5Jc per lb Miss Peachie Mae Sanders of Stone spent last week with her sister Mrs Mattie Duncan Mr Ben King and wife of Boyle were the guest of their grand parents Mr and Mrs G W Thompson Sunday Russell Johnson of Mt Sterling is the guest of his sister and brother Mrs G A Bruce and Mr C W Johnson this week Miss Bettie Jennings who has been spending several days with her sister Mrs Isaac Montgomery returned to her home in Jessamine Saturday Messrs Herman and Spencer Scott of Cincinnati were with their Mrs E F Scott a part of last week and were accompanied home by their sister Miss Leola Scott Death Was On His Heels Jesse P Morris of Skipper Ya had a close call in the spring of 190G He says An attack of pneumonia left me so weak and with such a feerful cough that my friends declared consumption had me and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped me and after taking two and a half bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and lung disease in all the world Sold under guarantee at McRoberts drug store 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free 1m I BOURNE S N Morford was in Winchester a part of last week Joel Marsee bought 44 acres of land of the Ray heirs for 890000 Joe Smith of Lancaster was a visi tor here Saturday and Sunday Speed Raines bought of J T Upton of Boyle a buggy horse price SG5 00 Otho Montgomery spent several days last week with relatives in Madison Mrs Eliza Ross who has been quite sick for several weeks is reported bet ter Mrs J S Case and family moved to Mrs Middletons property here last weekMr James McWilliams and wife were visiting relatives at Wilmore SundayMiss Lottie Hamm has accepted a position with the Lancaster Exchange for several weeks R Carpenter and grandsons Chester and Forrest Raney are with relatives in Jessamine Allen Sherrow sold a tract of land containing about 16 acres to Ike Montgomery price SJ5000 Mrs J H Turner and sister Miss Durham spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Hunter Ray near Bryants ville MAKKSBUHY Mrs Fannie Pollard several bar rels of corn to Wilson Moore at 350 Rev Henry Shouse attended the min isters meeting at Lexington last week Mrs Icie Kemper has been visiting her sister Mrs Nannie Sparks of Hick Georgia Dunn has returned from Chamberlains Has the Preference Mr Fred C Hanrahan a prominent druggist of Portsmouth Va says For the past six years I have sold and recommened Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is a great remedy and one of the best patent medicines on the market I handle some others for the same pur poses that pay me a larger profit bu this remedy is so sure to effect a cure and my customer so certain to ap preciate my recommending it to him that I give it for the preference For sale by F P Frisbie 1m I Ui B nON f n immediately Mrs G Hattie sold manMiss grandmother a visit to Miss Jennie Higgins of Paint LickWm Hensley sold a lot of ewes at 8550 per head lIe also sold a lot of shoats at lets Messrs Robt Fox and Ed Perkins went to Lexington Monday to attend the horse sales Mr Jno Eager sold 18 shoats to Mr Ledford at 4cts lie also bought one milch cow for S2f Rev Mr Shouse conducted a very interesting meeting at Orchard Grove Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Harry Aldriclge of Stan ford are guests this week of their daughter Mrs Dr Durham Master Joe Bryant was the guest of his aunt Mrs Sam Deatherage the first part of the week Mr M L Harris wife and son Mr Robt Harris of Lexington have been recent guests of Mr Henry Tomlinson and family At a meeting of the Ladies Work ing Society of the Fork Church the following resolutions were adopted Whereas it has pleased God to can our sister Mary Elizabeth Marksbury from her place in the Ladies Working Society to the reward which is laid up for those who labor in the Lord be it Resolved that record upon our minutes our appreciation of life and work amonij us She was one of our charter members for many years a faithful omcer both as secretary and treasurer and one of whom it can be truly said She alwys did what her hands found to do Our loss is I but we know that for her we ougut not to wish it otherwise In the land of endless clay There shall be nei flier sorrow nor erjhiif neither shall here be any more pain for the former things have passed away Be it Resolved that we extend to her fa ther and brother our sincerest sympa thy for we realize that theirs is the greatest loss Under the cover of His wings may they they hide and may Ills grace be suillcient for them Be it also Resolved that we send to her fami ly and to the Central Record a copy of these resolutionsRev H M Shouse Miss Jennie Pollard Mrs II M ShouseComte Rheumatic Pains Relieved Mr Thos Stenton postmaster of Pontypool Ont writes For the past eight years I suffered from rheumatic pains and during that time I used many different liniments and remidies for the cure of rhenma tism Last summer I procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and got more relief from it than any thing I have ever used and cheerfully recommend this liniment to all suff erers from rheumatic pains FOJ sale by F P Frisbie 1m A willowy maid is askinny girl with an obese bank account There is nothing to be gained by being a knocker One Touch of Nature Makes the Whole World Kin When a rooster finds a big fat worm he calls all the hens in the farm yard to come and share it A similar trait of human nature is to be observed when a man discovers something ex ceptionahy wants all his friends and neighbors to share the benefits of his discovery This is the touch of nature that makes the whole world kin This explains why people who have beer cued by Chamberlains Cough Remedy write letters to the manufacturers for publication that others similary ailing may also use it and obtain relief Behind of these letters is a warm hearted wish of the writer to be of use to some one else This remedy is for sale by F P Frisbie 1m Notice to Trustees In a recent letter from State Supt he states that th2 new School District law goes into effect June 15 of this year however this bill does not pro vide for any change whatever in the management of tbe schools or the selection of teachers for the coming County Supt Star Cleaning Co L Faulkner Mgr Clothing Cleaned Pressed and Repaired Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 121 I I I we tier I further I n I I goodhe everyone t yea irreparable ljJi1 11vil110 1 g J1 DJ t4ams Tile Night Riders have stopped riding and the people are going to where they can get Bridal Presents Sterling Silver Cut Glass Jewelry Watcnes Clocks Ik The best quality at lowest prices Your eyes will be Scientifically examine used will be guaranteed to suit them for two years Repairs on Watches Clocks and Jewelry guaranteed- for one year Call at the old stand next to National Bank tt l OI io4L lIcI obeJtst it f i GLASSES T riRcERTs d 3e A 4 4 4 c- A s f 4- Q 4 w 4 e9 0wQBRQVJ Buggies Buggies Ii I IFI In order to make room for my large Spring stock of Buggies I have ten Buggies and Driving Wagons I will sell at Great Emir gains Come before they are all gone W J ROMANS I I III I l l rIZ1Y6Yn ISl jgqr I DECORATE wmHerndon HERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Lancaster Kentucky Once over Stormes drag store r Itaw Ben DIIernilon c M K Derm 1 e Inside and Out I fjPaper your walls while you paint your house Let us sell you the material McRobeif Drug Store I I0J I I I I 1 1 WJIljli rff lrGr fiJtff D DENTIST Office over Hernilons jewelry storeI I 1 i kr z t1 WIIj LUI s t LIA NEW- t e EE ff t t J w r i it rIi lf1 Rm 5I fI r Ira ffl c U ErrU itJ 1 I r Litrl J f The HICKORY 111 Servicable Durable Comfortable F Come in any old day and see them Were Smashing Prices VULCAN PLOWS 850 I have in stock a nice line of Good Me dium and Cheap Furniture Carpels llaitings Rugs ETC nit of which have been buuliht at the ve ry lowest cash prices obtainable Any thing wanted not found in stock wilt be ordered at very reasonable prices Your patronage respectfully solicited iI fm i itrA f CoIII kkrm I I mn n 7r i Or f1 osJ I Ii Q DRUG GETS i A I P 3C ROB i r S 0 N Tm t lj L j I s Fi Ma E 7- i Cr Ei f r 9 9 vy 1 4 j J T M PC 0tc matiYl You know it pays to always so you miss II tJ Pam r l buy the best will not it by getting l VeriIestf J t I1rE rS ktsEi for all kinds of painting For sale by Dealer 111 Buggies Wagons Harness Implements and WIRE FENCE jg A Hardwood Floor of any Color You may Choose ibr 250 I yfij H pvLiiG hn3rJj j1 i t IfjJi201E jJfl 1t1 0 Tfilie0rit1J008Jfi l00 4 II 9 J2LjD r warY 1L i I rS j Floors vhich are In too poor condition to he im pr vcd with varnish alone can he made Jo imitate a genuine liardvood floor this new patented Graining System process docs not the services of a professional firs The Graining Tool takes the place of skill n l can he used by the man or woman thus raking it possible for one it a very slight to enjoy tin luxury of a This Graining protected bv oic or Uvo coats of produces s tiiiit outweai nr y ordinary varnishev f rvrrv OV81 ruire wood sccccssfuily a r new Compound Chi ml rttu inexperienced or sure FRISBIES STORE L Come see our DRUG E Merry Widow E Q Giiison Sailors Gold Medal Shapes Jaunty Turbans Everything in the best styles Low prices for quality Come early Mrs Alexander Walker Spring 1908 Spring 1908 We call especial attention to our exquisite line of nillinery which is now complet in every respect We have every new creation for Spring and Summer Mrs Ada Kinnaird and I 1iY iOiQtHO JSQ QQ o I 4 tow o o a Local ftcr nice strings from Hanging Fork Dix jivcr has been too muddy so far Oh cheer u l Your wife probably doesnt tike your new spring suit any worse than you do her new spring hat Get out your glad rags for Sunday Its Easter you know which has converted into a day for showing off the new dresses and bonnets The Record olllce has printed more horse cards this season than in any year and it looks as if the farm ers are going to give more attention to the raising of good horses The executive committee of the Kentucky Press Association is called by President Lew B Brown to meet in Louisville at Seelbach hotel Saturday Every newspaper man has been invit to be present and a large number of quilldrivers will attend The Record office has been given the order for handsomely engraved to the graduating exercises of the Lancaster High School We can furnish the very best engraved work on short notice and at very reasonable prices Give us a trial order Improvement at Waterworks Tile City Council has ordered a car load of new sand to be placed in the filter at the water works and the entire system will be overhauled and cleaned As the lake is now full to overflowing this insures an aoundant supply of perfectly pure water during the sum mer Capt Luther Herron chief of police has issued a circular calling attention of the people to the ordinance requir ing the cleanliness of property and prohibiting throwing of papers and ether trash on the streets and alleys Persuant to orders from the City Council he will enforce these laws to the letter Remember the exchange to be held in the room Danville street tomorrow Saturday This is under the auspices of the Daughters of the Confederacy and the ladies will appre elate your patronage Everything to eat will be on hand in abundance and at very reasonable prices Easter Entertainment The Junior Band of the Christian Church will give an Easter Cantata at church on next Sunday evening at 730 The public is most cordially invited to attend The Greatest of Bores It is the man who knows everything better than the fellow who made il who tries ones A ft cr a seance with a knowitall it is refreshing to get out near a frog pond and enjoy the quiet Within a few days a hawk head will be worth 8100 to any one who presents it to Kentucky County Clerk The lawwas passed at the last session of the Legislature and will be in full force and effect ninety days tWill the date on which it was passed Nicely Messrs Ilaselden Beaxley have been meeting with fairly good success on the opera house proposition but the people are not responding with rapidity such a worthy enterprise calls for The usual knockers are knockings of coure but we believe the plan will yet succeed A Dangerous Practice There are a good many persons who are in the habit of leaving horsesstand ing on the streets not properly secured to a hitch weight or pest This habit should be stopped In many instances the life and limb of the public is endangered Hitch your old plug and youll possibly save trouble City Council Should Act That hats worn by women this spring are so large that it may he necessary to enact all women to head the same three thou on the street That is one side of the street for those going a certain direction and those going the other way to take the other side By this means fatal collisions may be avoided Other Land Sales Since Hamilton and Elliott bought the Beazley farm of 780 acres Dr Elliott agrees to take 27G acres at 8110 per acre Beside this Mr Hamil ton has sold about 190 acres to B F Hudson at per acre and about 180 acres toT B and James Walker at MOO per acre These three include the whole G52 acres of the Lexing ton pike leaving 12S acres of the en tire tract on West side Republican Convention The Republicans of Garrard county will hold a convention in the court house on the 25th for the purpose of selecting delegates to the state and dis trict conventions to select delegates to the national convention While there are a great many Taft men in Garrard yet it is likely that the delegates will go uninstructed as a compliment to Senatorelect W 0 Bradley who is a staunch supporter of Fairbanks It would be the nice thing to do as this is Gov Bradleys old home Dripping Springs to Open Mr J M Rothwell has just returned from Dripping Springs where he and his father the clever Big Injun have been superintending a lot of improve ments being made at the resort and getting everything in readiness for the big business forecast this summer They propose to make the placed even inviting than heretofore and no pains will be spared to furnish every comfort to guests Announcement opening will be made later s jFi t been- previous led invitations I Stormes j The Law Progressing the an ordirance 100 I more I npa li4t aysht n stv cU r nerves Hawk C requiring on East B M District Meeting The nuwUng J v iV ti l Ml C W B M and Sunday School Conven tion will be held in the Lancaster Christian church beginning next next Tuesday morning There will be about forty delegates present from Lincoln llockcastle Madison Pulaski Wayne and Garraru counties Sessions will be held Tuesday and Wednesday mornings anti afternoons while ixiih evenings will be devoted to business sessions The public is cordially invit cd to attend all sessions while the even hugs meetings will be made of especial interest to the people The Record is printing the four page programme which is of unusual interest Farmers Are Happy The farmers are happy at last Though their tobacco has been selling around 15 cents their corn now at 84 per barrel and other products accord ingly they have had a grave grievance against the hog market which for some months has been low says the Richmond Register Now however their smites are radiant for the market had braced and jumped with bounds up to the rockety figure of six cents and a comfortable fraction over Cattle are likewise on the rise Last week the Weils purchased over 30 000 worth of export cattle in this county at prices ranging from to G cents The cattle were principally the herds of H B Hanger Harvey Chenault and A K McCowan With these two big staples going at such good prices all talk of hard times soon be over Just Think of It There no doubt has gone out of Garrard county during the past dozen or fifteen years thousands of dollars in the form of investment in speculative schemes wildcat projects and vision ary companies Little if any of this vast sum has ever returned and it is very doubtful if any more will find its way back into the ulrinuels of local business Just stop a moment and figure what that amount of money would have done for Garrard county had it been invested in some prosper ous industrial concern As the thing turned out it would have been better for those who sent their money away to have donated it to factory fund out not one would have thought of doing such a thing and vet in the end it would have profited them more than has the investments they have made Fifty thousand dollars put to work to boom Garrard would make the county thepride of her people and the envy of the outside world Sam Danny and Doo Gill were in Stanford Sunday Mr A M Sheely of Chicago has been spending a few days here Mrs Marcus Biakemore of La Grange is visiting Mrs J R Mount Rev C C Brown is attending the meeting of the Presbytery at Greens burg M iss Katie Lee Denny has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Richmond Jessie Doty is in Richmond visiting her sister Miss Hattie Duty of Richmond Mrs Alexander Kennedy of is visiting her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs Juliet Gill Rogers is spending several weeks with hei aunt Mrs V S Eikin of Atlanta The Baptist Aid Society will meet Monday afternoon at 3 oclock with Mrs Bejamin Hughes Dr White and family of Harrods burg have moved in the Owsley pro perty on Danville street Matson of are the gnest of Misses Martha and Helen Gill The many friends of Miss Betsy West were glad she was able to be out after her recent illness Mr Leslie Herndon mail clerk on the N between Lexington and Louis vide was here this week Richmond Register Miss Annie Herndon of Lancaster visited Miss Lucille Collins last week Mrs Martha Frisbie has returned from a short stay in Danville with her brother Mr William Price Mr G M Patterson the L and N agent of this city is back at his post after an illness of grip of ten days Mr sister Miss Bessie have returned from Florida where they spent the winter mouths Miss Mabel Browning of Winchester is the guest of Miss Ethel West and will attend the WestDarnold wed dingMesdames J R Mount and R E McRoberts and Misses Margaret anti Joan Mount were in Danville this weekMrs George Bruce and Miss Dove Harris who have been with relatives have returned to their home in DanvilleMr Johnston and wife of Liv ingston have been guests of his sisters Mrs Belle Burnside and Miss Nell JohnstonMiss Elkin has returned from several months stay in Somerset where she had a very successful class in china painting Miss Jennie Burnside one of tile most popular young ladies of Bryants I I p u v j I C N 2 I I Personals Lexington Mrs Quale and Cincinnati Land Owen and i 51 hiss son Shuars here k j t ct t A J r t r iii i New Stylish and Uptodate H iotDduy ShooS Hatsl Br f and S f- fi Sa Furnishing Goods I t Ir ItI are arriving daily Our stock will be corn plete with everything that is necessary tOI M i dress you correctly for Spring prices are always consistent with IIlligh class merchandise T LOGAN s i e g 1 rrj p Y rf r- rc d9 g r r I r r1 f r a r t- Our y 9 r 3 FLrr ere r a3M viiie and Mr Charles CoUier of this city who is manager of a large coal company ia Tennessee were married Wednesday at the brides home Their many Lancaster friends wish them much success and happiness in their new life The following invitations have been issued Miss Herndon Miss West to 5PM Mrs J E StormeV Misses Bertha Burnside Norma Einiore Alberta and Carrie Anderson and Mrs Louis Lan dram were visitors in Danville Satur day The following invitations have been received by Lancaster friends Mrs Edwin Borden request the pleasure of your company at the wed ding reception of their daughter Nary and Mr Oliver Wallace Jr on Tuesday evening the twenty first of Aprilnineteen hundred and eight at six oclock Four hundred and nineteen North Third Street Wilmington North Carolina Stanford Interior Journal J R Mount and R E McRoberts of Lancaster were guests of Mrs II J McRoberts Miss Ethel Dunn has gone to her home in Garrard quite sick Miss Laura Dye is teaching her classes at the Graded School Mrs Ed Walker of Garrard is over to see her sister Mrs J C Hays who is quite sick Tile literary club met Friday after noon at the library of the High School The attendance was large and enjoyed the delightful program Mrs Louis Landram will lead the rest meeting her subject is Easter with the responses answered by the name of a favorite hymn The club will meet at 3 oclock instead of half past two so that Mrs Letcher Riker President of the State Federation of womans clubs can be present The following invitations have been issuedMr Mrs William T West request thj pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter Ethylto Reverend Obed William Darnold on the morning of Wednesday- the twenty second of April at haP past ten oclock at home Lancaster Kentucky A very pretty affair which occured Tuesday afternoon was the novelty shower tendered Miss Ethel West the bride elect of Rev 0 W Darnold given at the home of Mrs R T Embry The decorations were unusally The drawing room library sitting room halls and dining room were all thrown together and plants and flowers were used The dining room was adoined in red The table was covered with lovely lace pieces and was adorned with a vase of red carnations and here and there cut glass bowls and platters filled with beautiful confections De licious coffee chocolate sandwiches and wafers were served and during th r rhuv A prli 6th lUOS band I I I I I I I I I beautiful t is v Mesdames chiming hours frappe was served i Mrs Embry received in a gown of white mull Miss West in a beautiful gown of white batiste trimmed elaborately in lace Miss wore a blue silk gown Miss Herndon wore a dainty gown of pink crepe de chine and Mrs West wore a black lace gown Assisting in the various rooms were Miss Neil Johnston Mrs R L Eikin Miss Bettie West and Miss Frankie Kauffman Mrs J E Robin ISOH Mrs F P Mrs B D and Mrs Sam Ilaselden assisted in the dining room Mrs Embry is a very j fascinating nostess 30 guests were present TO THE FARMERS Many companies have cancelled their policies on tobacco barns and the farmer is left without insurance The Home Insurance Co New York the largest and most popular Fire Insurance company in the world has can celled none of their policies even in the heart of the tobacco district and as an accomodation to the farmers will place Insurance on their tobacco barns and any other farm property that they may have Address or phone Jesse D Wearen the Insurance Man Phone 3G Stanford Ky 58 We will call for your Laundry and deliver work promptly Ring up Gulley Hotel 48 Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Agts tf i JtA I I I Fri ble About I of J I Browning Hern- don On April the 8th after seventeen clays of terrible suffering Mrs Eliza beth Perrin died at the home of her only child Mrs J A Merrimau She had been a member of the church since early womanhood and was widely known in Garrard County where she had resided most wf her life Besides her daughter she leaves two brothers Mr George son of Tiptop Mo and a host of rela tives and friends to mourn her loss Services were conducted by ter and remains were laid to res la toe Paint Lick Cemetery We desire to express our thanks t our friends for their many deeds C kindness during our recent trouble J A Merryman and Family A Twenty year Sentence I have just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by Bucklens Arnica Salve which cured me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago writes 0 S Woolever ofLeRays yille J Y Buckleus Arnica Salve heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts in the shortest time 25c at McRoberts drug store Ini A Bargain For sale full leather top phaeton good as new Also a good milk cow tf J M Hiatt Lancaster Ky I Death La Rev Palrne aged Methodist t R E McRouEUTS Prest J W EUIOUB Cashr J C EUKANKS Vice Prest R I BUUTOX 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with The Latest Improved Burglar Preef Vailt ail Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and bu ness experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS I I Cash I particularly M 4 II K Herndon Thos Owens V A Lear W L Lawson W R Cook H T Logan J R Ilaselden A B Brown Jr T J Price EL Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R Ii Burton L W G Gooch K Perkins J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin K I Burton i l SNOW LINIMENT will do A CONVINCING PROOF of of a medicine is the cures it can effect Every one who hns used Bollards Snow Liniment knows that Grandfathers knew what th9 Smith r CUREI RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOINTS BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTED MUSCLES AND ALL PAINS I USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS V L Settle Richmond Mo writes This is certify that I have used your Snow Liniment for ten years rheumatism neuralgia lame back etc J and in case it has rendered immediate relief and satisfaction Avid all Substitutes Three Sizes 25c 50c 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended McROBERTS Trotter bay roan stallion 15f hands foaled 1903 b- yRE Patchless toy ell VJ cu Q Path More 11258 IU ordinl Si 1 of Zclpha Mack Saladn Sisttr Mnzette S Ji Matar ilJ4 and Mat Ten i2S i I r4 l tl 2 t r Abdallah 1SV Sire of 13 dams of J Colon Dam of Simmocolou 21 etc Tennessee Wilkes 2735 10 in 215 Mnrcola Dam of 5 i I l Recording Patchless is a bay roan stallion 15J hands high 5 years old this spring he is a grand individual possesing size style action bone and finish to a de gree rarely found in a trotting stallion As sound a horse as lives with the best of eyes feet and legs and with so much natural style and action that bound to make a great breeder He has never been trained a day but has plenty of natural speed and is so well gaited and richly bred that he is sure to make a fast horse with a little work From his breeding on preceeding page you will see that Patchless is very richly bred in producing lines being by that good stallion Patch More 11258record 224 and his dam a sister to the great race mare Mazette 204i and two others while his second dam is a great brood mare being the dam of three with fast records In this young stallion is combined the blood of George Wilkes Mambrino Patchen and Strathmore three of the greatest progenitors of speed known to the trotting turf You can make no mistake in breeding to Patchless for should you fail to get a trotter his produce are sure to have so much natural style and action that you will find a ready sale on any market Patchless will make tHe season of 1108 at my stable on the Buckeye and Lancaster Pike at only 81200 to insure a living colt A lien retained on colt to secure the service fee Care taken to prevent accidents and escapes but not responsible if any should occur FOREST STAPP Telephone 191U Lancaster Exchange BUCKEYE KY fun his e THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50i000 Surplus 101000 A R DESXY President J E STORIES Yice Prest- S C DESNV Cashier J F Robinson Asst Ca R T Embry Bookkeeper I DIRECTORS Sam I D cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J L Gill WANTED To buy Oak and Beech Lumber Will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and Beech Flooring Write to the Kentucky Hardwood Floor ing Company Beech st near Woodland Ave LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY KILL THE COUGH m CURE THE LUNGS e WITH Dr Kings New FOR OLDS PRICE see A sun little freeIda J P Wearren BLACKSMITHING and General Repair Work Horse Shoeing A Specialty- All Work Guaranteed Have your horse shod right Also rubber pads put on If I dont stop your horse from cutting I will give your money back Carriage work promptly done All work guaranteed J P Wearren AlL 1IIR0AT ANDWlGTlOUILES- GU JlDUJDED r Al11TEED SATISFACTOB- OS MONEY Even our Mambrino Patchen 5S Sire of 25 dams of lfi Lady Avers by Abdallah Redmous Great brood Strathmore 10S Sire of 6 dams of 181 Coral by Clark Chief S9 Great brood mare George Wilkes 519 222 Sire of SSdams of 197 Lizzie Hurdcii by Tea vine Great brood mare McEven 171921S4 Sire of 4 dams of 5 Widow Malouc bv Eii field 12- SGraudam of 3 marc- ill SafetjEejosit Boxes forRent We Solicit Busiaess IYour We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give satis faction we will return the entire amount of money for it We mean this and ask all those who are sick and need strength to try itwith this understanding McRoberts Drug Store PAINthin inthe head pain anywhere has its CMIBB ln congestion pain is blood pressure else usually At least so says Dr Shoop and toprove it he has created a little pink tablet That tablet called Dr Shoops Headache away from pain centers is though safely itsurely equalizes the blood circaJation If you have a headache its blood pressure causeIfBruise your and doesnt it get red andwell and you Of course it does Ia con ration blood pressure Youll find itwhere pain Its simply Common Sense 25 cents and rfiAarftilly TTTmmMMl Dr Shoops Headache Tablets 4R E MCROBERTS inotj paid- u Tabletblood acertainty20 minutes and the tablets simply distribute the unnatural blood pain S i jI ror coax pressure ha e8sing y pressure We tell Where Itch is Dont Dose the Stomach to Cure Eczema and other Skin Disease Those atllictecl with Eczema psorias is salt rheum or other skin disease of suniiair nature should never dose the stomach to rid themselves of the terri ble itch They should doctor the itch where the itch is cure the skin through the skin not thuugh the stomachEczema and other diseases of a kin dred kind are skin blood diseases Science has shown that Eczema is caused by germs in the skin and that the disease can be eradicated only by killing the germs Dr Decatur D Dennis was one of the first physicians to follow out the germ the cry in skin diseases Then he that by mixing oil of winter green with other soothing agents he had a liquid prescription which killed the germs and cured the awful itch leaving the skin white and Smooth Since that time this D D D has been the standard remedy for skin diseases just as D D D soap is the standard high grade skin soap The first few drops or D D D give instant relief from the terrible itch and from the frightful burning of the diseased skin So reliable is this D D D remedy that hundreds physicians prescribe it It is a wash as thin as water and as mild and as pure which is applied to the diseased portion of the skin Mrs Frances Richmond of Milton Trimble county Kentucky writes My little girls fingers were sore al almost the bone from Eczema 1 used part of sample bottle of D D D Pres cription received from you and now they are well It is a wonderful skin remedyWe Investigated this D D D Prescription before recommending it to our neighbors and patrons and after a long experience we are more than ever convinced of its wonderful merits R E McRoberts Lancaster You neednt decide now but call at our store any way and we will show you how this D D D Prescription gives instant relief from itch Feet Swelled From Frightful Eczema Could Not Wear by D D D Prescription This Letter From a Columbus Ohio Business Man i I Itch diseasesnot ShoesCured Read DoctcrTile The discovered Prescription Columbus Ohio Nov 5th 19M Gentlemen For several years I was a sufferer from Eczema the affliction affecting my bands arms and feet At times my feet became so swollen that I could not wear my shoes while the constant itching of the eruption on my hands and arms became almost unbearable Upon the recommendation of another such sufferer as myself I began the use of D D D and it gave me immediate relief I have now fully recovered from my ailment and I give D D D the credit for affecting what is to me and my friends a marvelous cure Truly yours GUY J GOBLE Dont be fooled into thinking that skin troubles comes from blood impurities and dont ruin your stomach with purges and blood remedies Eczema and all skin dis eases are caused by little germs that attack the skin externally D D D Prescription kills these germs and leaves the skin clear soft and healthy Its work seems almost miraculous If you are skeptical go to the druggist whose name appears below and he will show you photos and proofs positiva that D D D will actually cure any and all skin diseasesR McRoberts Sale of Land and Personalty As Executor of Samuel R Dudderar I will on THURSDAY MAY 15th 1908 at his late residence about one half mile from Goshen Church in Lincoln county Ky offer for sale at public outcry his homeplace of about 325 acres containing a two story frame dwelling of 10 rooms all necessary out buildings and well fenced and about 30 acres of unimproved land about 1 mile East of Goshen church also the follow ing personal property 4 aged work mules 10 2 year old cattle a lot of cows and calves a lot of hogs about 300 barrels of corn about 600 bushels of wheat 3 calves farming imple ments and machinery household and kitchen furniture 1 lot of bacon 10 shares of stock in the Garrard Bank and Trust Co and 31 shares of stock in the First National Bank of Stan KyPossession of all the land except the part now in cultivation to be given as soon as terms of sale are complied with The terms will be announced on the day of saleA Robinson Executor of Samuel Dudderar J P Chandler Auctioneer Important Notice Having sold my store to Mr J D Nave I must close up all the outstanding business without de lay Those indebted to me will please call and settle at once as the business must be wound up T R Slavin Danville Steam Laundry All laundry work done by the Steam Laundry is fully Ring up Gulley Hotel and we will come for It Coleman Gulley and Leonard Miller Ants tf 4t J Danville guaranteed Business Headquarters for Harness Hasei den Bros 43tf Buggy and wagon harness very cheap 2t W J Romans Best Seed Potatoes 8120 cts per hti tf s 1 Turner Soc us for buggies and harness 4Hlf Ilaselden iSrotf Kokomo Fence Best made 2L W J ilomans Fresh fish ever Friday at Turners meat market tf Come and see our line of glass whether you buy or not 26 W II Ward Now is the time to get your bee hives Lancaster Plaining Mill 2m For Sate Single comb White Legon eggs f0c per setting J G Doty J r R F D No 2 Paint Lick 3t 1 good new rag carpet to exchange for produce W II Ward Cow Pasturage- I will furnish good pasture for a limited number of cows Pasture oven May 1st Terms reasonable 1m v B Moss The Best of Literature- I am prepared to order any magazine or other publication on the very short est notice and can save you both time and money on same Call at store of Joseph Mercantile Co Will your orders Mrs Dollie Brown For a good buggy see IlaselderiSBos 4 tf Bring me your Produce 2t W II Ward Have your guttering and purnps re paired by Haselden Bros 4 3tf Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W f Romans For an uptoda Bath room out fit see Haselden Bfos v 43tf For Hames cottars trace chains and pads see IIaselde Bros 43tf We have just opened a new line of cleaneasy glass ware any price from 5c to 40c per piece they are beauties and so easily kept clean 2t W H Ward Please call and pay your account and save further expense This means you if owe us Mount Elkin Look at my linn of Ladies and Misses Oxfords a nice line and prices the low est John Magee 1m Your measure taken for Tailor made suits at John Magees satisfac guaranteed lui White Plymouth Rock eggs 50cts for 15 Mrs J G Burnside Point Leavell Ky 1m For Sale MTwo thorough bred Duroc Jersey boars red as blood line as silk and ready for service J F Robinson tf at National Bank If you want a good shoe dressy and comfortable try a pair of The Judge Taft shoes for sale only by John Magee im Reduced Prices After April 15 Barred Rock EggsoOc for 16 100 for 200 hen and 20 chicks 200 clucks Tic each Frying chickens 8600 per doz Walton E Moss For Sale 1 16 hand bay 5 year old combined harness and saddle mare will work anywhere An all around good servic able mare for farm purposes Price is G Y Conn Good work is the only thing the Danville Steam Laundry turns out Phone 48 Gulley Miller Agts To School Trustees The blanks for taking the census have been sent out Trustees not reced ing them by Saturday school notify Superintendent at once Be sure to read instructions on the blanks County Supt For Sale 8 room dwelling 3room store house ill out buildings never failing water stock scales 20 acres good grass land all in good repair on the pike J mile from church right at school in a good neighborhood Apply to Morford Dunn Bourne Ky 1 24 6m We have the Agency for J Solomon Cos line of Merchant Tailoring And can save you money on a spring suit of clothes Remember a dollar looks mighty big to a man who sells Arbuckles coffee for 35cts give us an order and we guarantee a fit See H C Hamilton W H Ward To Whom It May Concern Read this if you please and you will see it means you Have you any sick lame or diseased stock of any kind Have you any horses that chew with their heads turned to one or slob ber bad while eating or driving or continually pull to one side of the road Have you any that look rough or poor and can not get them fat Have you any with weak eyes or moon eyes I make a specialty of treating all diseases of animals horses hogs dogs sheep and cattle I also feel that I can claim a pro ficiency over a great many of my professionals Having practiced my forty two years with good success twenty one years in Canada and twentyone years in this country yet I do not claim to know it all and neither am I a cure all I make a specialty of removing all kinds enlargements or malformation of stock Shoulder boils warts absesses poll evil fistula ring bane blood bog and bone spavin and lame ness from whatever cause or kind 1 also have a patent clip for cracked hoof Call and see me while lam here All consultaoin and examination free of charge and if I think I can do your stock any good by treatment I will tell you and if you wish them treated 1 will tell you what it will cost before I treat them then you can do as you please and we will still be friends as ever DR M B WHITE Veterinary Surgeon office at Arnolds Livery stable Lancaster Residence adjoining W R Cooks residence new 2m 1 terns r appreci- te I right2t profit 100 lbs of sine brother e f ware S 8C S Hemp Seed for Sac I have twenty biHiels genuine cultivattd hemp seed for sile J 1 Hamilton Lancaster Ky tf Eggs For Sale Remember the breeds that lay tin most eggs are the breeds that the nigsfest profit S A Hill 22 3mos nvausviiIeKy 50 000 feet of beech lumber this be ing some of the litest lumber in this country Any one wishing a bill of lumber sawed would di well to see me This lumber is on Herring farm Marksiairy Ky foe Aklriflge Phone 33 Lancaster Ky 1m An Ordinance An ordinance to prevent papersstag nant water dead animals fowls ma nure and other filth and garbage from being thrown on the alleys and streets of KyBe Council of KentuckyItfirm or corporation to throw or piace any papers dead animals fowls water manure or other filth or garbage on the streets or alleys of the City of Lancaster Ky and so offending shall be fined not ex ceeding twenty dollars This ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage and publi cation as required by law Attest J R Mount Mayor W B Mason Clk pro tern Approved Apr 6 190S I CWHitevie For Sale I at j S stagnant anyone 1908 v aQs Sri Burred Ilyrn tilt eggs f r e t 75 cents j or 15 f r t Robinson Lancaster 32EnBu Notice To Bes Keepers The Lancaster Piaininir Mill Is for all iihidsof bee sup olios We Sleep i unities of Routs n ds i Jtuiid at limes at the low st possible prices Call and see our tuck A F I C Sanders prop 2m CHESTER JEWEL Jr E per S tir tu lI Eygs cs Burt headquar tern nil Combined Stallion Chester Jewel Jr rifh horse M hands hlffhtt TiqreoMxoud speed and ir the rrasoii of ItHjs at my half mile from uud 1 miles from Hyuttsvillc at Soo To Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is foaled or mare pnrtrd with A lieu retained on colt for the season moneyJ C GASTANEA Ilyattsville Ky hay action will barn Kirk i1h make nne pike REX ARBUCKLE o Z zt v 1467 pimarv raising s MHJ of year to feels your fowls ai good tonic Remember that only healthy hens lay R 4 II 44 not only cents Loup Cholera Gapes and Limber neck but makes them lay Give each sick chicken 3 to 3 drops or times a day as a preventive give each chicken 1 to 3 drops in the feed once a day Price Sue No cure n by it E ikItnherts f I Juy Makes Xldaeya Sad Waiter Right t Il t pays t 3 OOilTSKIDhLYmRE y VH1IES- e tp iTIVth huij tltttrJ lirtJ- b1trllrrs are twhitrii ilc rrrz the anti tint pay Guaranteed beI t3 tHgltn Jl1 io 1- i 6 1 s Lnyt THE R ri 3 4 crwsne CP JMIT vn THI cuuuc pnrz3 s Drug Store CSILUREN3 F JmUrE 10111 O It S- rBardSnovr Lin meiit LOOle T5Z CO- Oi rsc- 3feRo 1903 GREAT COMBINED STALLION 2500 FOR A LIVING FOAL Out of62 shows he won 50 blues 9 reds unplaced 3 times II Foaled lStK beautiful black 1 hands hilt ami weighs Jot poniuls A mafel itt eonftitmasfOR ssofffr awl finish splendid fret and with lots of knee and hock action Them not a horse in thttxvonfcl wlsfc mow show OD3sss hi hi pedigree than Rex Arbuckle He inherits his great stamina from the Ms dattu King Richunf son oO IftiMiuu who was invincible in the show ring and the sire of many show winners JVC c D O jST A L D 833 MISS RICHMOND 551 A famous mare in her day DEININY Lancaster Kentucky I sir BY REX e show M s w OC z z legs DAM WALK King David will make the season of 1908 at our farm 2 miles West of Lowell and one mile north ofRichmond and Lancaster pike at 1OOO to Insure a Living Colt King DavH the sire of King David Margue he was an imported from England by Singing Keyotie Iowa Margue stands 17 hands high weight 2175 and cost 5000 King David first dal Bell Davis 1293 she is a full blood shire his sire was Roger 10286 was bred by John Davis of stoc grange Chester England sired by Garnet 4037 B B McRoberts bought Roger when he was thre years old for 1950 He has more studs in Indiana than any other horse in the state He took th gold medal at the state fair as the best horse owned in the state King David has three imported cross es in J will also stand a good big Jack Jo Blackburn Jr at same place at 7 to insure a living colt A lien retained on colt for service money Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible shout any occur J HENDERSON BROS Lowell K KING himWe iiviri Mater Phone 178 G t