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THE CENTRAL RECORDi URK UNTAitNisiiKD DKMOIIIACV AND noon ttlttKTKHftril V KI II LANCASTER KY MA UGH 2 INK PDMHXM I FlU DAY1 I w hilt I1IoN aolInLv iIuvrcfl tit c a Buggies Surrtes Harness Etc If you u ro looking for a roul bargain dont pass tia by Vo bcliovo that wo have tho lest for the innncy Wheel Guaranteed NOT TO GET Loose in the Hub Vo have a side spring long shaft Brake Cartwhich is the pride of till Horsemen Crate and Give us your Painting Rubber ing Repairing etc Work First Class it r WJtt nWJtWItWIltr A Rtlna outs Carts u u Buggyout see f CONN BROTHERS tt 3Jtt rrcDtt r r ri r i t r C I 1 nominate Kil V M Timing for Representative of Qarrnrd county A Republican Tho Aid Society will melt with Mrs W 1 William next Saturday at the usual hour Circuit court adjourned Saturday after n three weeks session during which Important cases were dIR posed of Tho appearance of the famous Ralph Illngliam at the Court Hou e on Monday night attracted a large crowd and every body gut the worth of his money New Smoke Stick Tho smoke stack of the Lancaster Water work roll Monday as was ex petted an account of Its age Conn Brothers have contracted to put up ono at a cost of 1150 which will be dune In a few days No No Fine After giving the law last Issue goy erning tho running of automobiles we wrote that In cases of an accident a tine or damages could be recovered meaning manifestly and only when the party running the auto violated tho law Space In Demand Wo add two panes to this Issue to make room for merchants Our sub scnptton list Is growing rapidly and space Is In demand It will pay the public to see what tho merchants have to say as well as to read our news columns Big T II Robinson sold his beautiful home on Stanford pike containing 147 acres to J F Iloltzclaw of Preachcrsvllle for I148SO Wo wel come Mi Holtzclaw win wants to take advantage of our school and we are ilIad to know that Mr Robinson will remain with us County Court Not quite an average crowd In town Business was moderately brisk In Judge Fords court the will of Michael Simpson was probated giv tug ISO acres of land near Stone to his wife during her life then to their childrenMaster Commissioner J M Roth well sold the land of A D Ford Plaintiff vs Elijah Ford Defendants containing about 00 acres for 11200 Cattle sold from 3 to 4c sows and pigs from 110 to mules from 1160 to plug horses from 30 to 100 and a bunch of 28 ewes and 29 lambs for 1224 84 0 A Swlnebroad sold a team of mules for 1250 and a cow for SJI many I Fault 10 200 Bold I 10 i r 3 Sale I oiiQOiOiOiI I II I Special Shirt I Q Q I I SALE IQSpecial 50c Shirt Sale iSee our window display of Spring Shirts ttt tII u t Swell line of 9 J ready for inspection i u Ittl e t H T Logan I Q QT111 1 0 Ask for Gold Trading I 11 I f Q ilitj N iiNNNNH f1 ttHN1tJt ttftir 4 wuwI 4i44i448094ei4ii4F4t4 IQr4rpt4t iI 4l5t ttitttttt Ftttttttttb 4th Spring 3uitsy your tttttttttttttttttttttttttt r G r s tt Stamps f V 1 e rte lion March 10 to Fred hail and wlfo of Pulnt Lick fyJlti piunil buy The Ladies of n Method 1st church I otllce on SahTrday before Kistcr I An II F D man requests Unit the exact change he left III boxes fut stamping letter on his route to avoid removing gloves to mike clmngr Wo regret that the Itoll of Honor of the Graded School and the list of those paying subscription to Iho KKCOIID since last Issue roust be deferred till next week Measuring Party At High night March 20 ofjtfsi Hall team prang live every tout of your height ami a penny for each ad dltlonal Inch 3ll2t Tho annual convention of the 8th dlstrct Christian Kndcavor Union will be held In the Christian church at Stanford April 30 May 1st An Inter esting program Is being arranged and the Endeavors or the district are urged to attend A Good Entorprl e An elfort being made hy the cit izens of Bryanlsvlho and Camp Dick Robinson loeslabIMi a Graded School We hopo that they will succeed us that end of the county Is ono of the most fertile sections of Kentucky The land will enhance In value and every child In the district will be an opportunity fur an education at home thus saving the expense of a boarding school besides having the watchcare over the child the value of which U beyond estimation First Lecture of the Course TlckoU are now ready for the Tran sylvania University Extension Lecture Course Admission to these lectures will be by ticket only Wo shall try to see that every ono who Interested be presented a ticket with an urgent request to attend But If any one should bo overlooked we will gladly furnish ticket on request Dr T I McCartney gives tho first of these lectures at the Presbyterian church Saturday night March 27 at 8 subject Whither Are We Drifting The Material David Ross Garrard countys cfll clent jiller was In town a few hours Friday Mr Russ was recently de feated for the Democratic nomination for sheriff In his county by a few votes Ho never sulked In his tent nor whim cd about It but announced Immedi ately that he was for the nominee and would tight to the last ditch tot the ticket Thats genuine Democracy and thu way to win battles Rag gedy as he Is familiarly dubbed Is u yard wide and all wool both In pol itics and In the everyday walks of life Richmond Climax May Music Festival Kenflicklans and those who are In terested In Kentucky are looking for ward with more than ordinary Inter est to the May Music Festival which Is to be held In Loulsvlllo May 0 7 and 8 because fur the first time In Kentucky will be heard a rand opera star who claims the Blue Grass State as his hone Rlccardo Martin who has been singing with success for seasons at the Metropolitan Opera House New York Is to be the leading tenor for the festival and his friends from Hopklnsvllle his home and other towns through the Pennyrlle will be there In numbers to greet him A Card From Judge Bell Harrodsburg Ky Men 23 09 To the voters of tho 13th Judicial District Fur some reasons I would ask the nomination of my party for Circuit Judge and yet fur stronger ones I feel I should retrain froth seeking It and retire to private life at this time Those who are nearest to mo are In slstent and 1 have concluded after careful consideration not to utter I shall take my place as formerly In tho party ranks with tho hope that 1 may bo of some service there I shall never cease to labor for what I believe to bo the cause of tho people and the best Interests of my party I can not express toe deep apprecla tion I entertain fur the exulted honor you have bestowed upon mo and I shall cherish with lasting devotion the nappy friendships I Novo formed throughout tho District W 0 Hell Well Known Here Curtlf F a promi neat Kcntucklun died at his homo In lllchmoiid last weak In Ills eighty ninth year For nvor sixty years Muj Hurnam had been prominent In the affairs of Kentucky and he was at ono time President Cabinet lie was originally a Whig and distinctively u Republican al though ho was elected several times In 4 Democratic district without oppo iltlon Muj Uurnum was ono of tho leading lawyers of Eastern Kentucky ind was Identified with the business Interests of that section of State or nearly tbreeuuartoiaof n century do leaves of chlldrer who have been prominent In Ken Ducky for Tears lie had many warm rlends In this county KnightsTemplar J M Uothwell 1 8 Qreonleaf J L Jill Oapt Win Herndon and II V lUstln attended he Sunday will Jcr llllile lit tile IIlJllt r Sch aol Chap rldllY bona It er for Iii III RIht MnJ BII II membQr of Grants the II large tuneralon r given several family VV yilpr lloni March 20 to Joe Lawsoti and wife of Paint Lick II ten pound boy i rue County Superintendent re quests all Trustees and got Dlankn for census report before first Sale Of Town Properly Hughes Swlnebroad sold for J I Hamilton II nice residence arid six acres of laud on Crab Orchard street to Frank Kites for J2200 Jets your Easter gowns In the lead Calawba Khaki and Mars We have the suit all the new and MlM Arnold Danville Avfc Mrs rums Owens of near Preach crHvllle while going up tile steps Into her porch Saturday fell and broke her arm just below the elbow We re Bret to hear that this accident occurr ed and hope she will Imprcve rapidly Insurance That Insure The late S H Anderson took a pol Icy on his life Issued by tho Aetna Life Insiiruncecompany making three payments Al the time of his death I lie had not paid tho premiums for two j years and sixty live days The family thought the oollcy had lapsed but In vestigation showed that It was still In force running as extended Insurance Settlement was promptly made by this great old company You would do well location their agent M D Hughes awl insure with that com pany I Good For Lancaster Mr L T McCarty In speaking of his trip to Lancaster as a juror In the Jessamine Journal after speaking highly of the Kengarlan Hotel and other Institutions of which we are proud closed by saying The being limited to thirty mlnules each at three oclock the case was submitted to the jury and a verdict rendered In favor of defendent after which Judge Dell thanked the jury for their service a compliment of which they were all proud and wan replied to by W E Combs who ex tended our thanks to the judge and all too cHlclals tor their courtesy and kindness bestowed while In the county seat of the grand old county of Gar rard We then took our departure our respective homes which we reached about 8 p m feeling as one always feels after mingling with such noble and good people as Qarrard county possesses L T McO Seattle Exposition The state of Kentucky evidently realizes that the tic Exposition to open at 1st will be an excellent means of ad vcrtlslng fur the governor has ap pointed a commission to arrange for participation the Pacific exhibition and the Hluo Grass state will be well represented This was encouraging news to thousands of former Kentuck luna now residents of Washington Oregon and California who desire to see their native state represented In some manner at the exposition Kentucky Is following the lead of several Eastern arul middle Western states In this matter and when the ex position opens In a couple of months this grand old southern state will be there with lying colors and will join with the Western states In extending a welcome to the world ut large on the shores of the Pacific A Very Sad Death On last Saturday afternoon Harvey tho bright little son of Mr and Mrs II J McRoberts was killed near Stanford by a wagon passing over lila hJdy He had approached the wagon to speak to the driver and likely at tempted to climb on It falling under tho wheel Ills parents wore from home bufarrlved soon after the hor tibIa accident A vast throng of mourning relatives and friends at tended the burial at DulTalo Cemetery on Monday after brief services by Eld J L Yundell Deceased was live years old and re markably bright and Intellectual for his ago Ills father Is a brother of U E McRoberts and Mis J R Mount of this city The family Is prostrated with grief and can only be consoled by an abiding faith that his departure from tho tabernacle of clay added ono more to the host of angles that sings praises to Jehovah Tho newborn lambs now shiver hi the cold and frosty breezes er calf with feeble voice up Its buck and freezes Wo change our heavy underwear and till tho air with Huorzos and premature robin chirp out In the apple treeses The sun shine hies tho south hill sides and starts the grass to growing tile bud begins to glow and swell the next day It Is snowing Vine sap Is In the ma plo trees and from the limbs Is whom suddenly a freezing blast comes through tho forest ripping Tho lousy yearling rubs his neck against the old cow stable the brood sow mumps her hack and roots us deep as she Is Hut while she digs u frenzied storm from MooseJ w comes a scooting the sow hicks buck to her warm nest for It has spoiled her rooting The daisy In the sunny dell lifts up Its head to blossom It fuels tire north winds Icy breath and straightway It plays posiuml to call April iso Can Wisteria old II w uptodate Nudes for Alaska YukonPacl SeattleJuno too soon humps I L adieu shades Irt Ea v speeches March dripping able GUTTING HARROWS I Vulcan Plows Plow Points i We are the people for your Plow Gear and Wagon Harness See the Haselden Back Band HASELDEN BROSWholesale and Retail Hardware 51Im j E y AND m J Tobacco Journal We have the first copy of the A S of E News a splendidly edited paper In the Interest of the Society of Equity It Is published at Winchester and tobacco men would do well to read It Methodist Chufdh Lancaster Services by tho pastor Sunday night Subject TilE ETKKNAL KIDNAP OK SOUL The subject will be the last of the monthly series on The over looked realities of religion I A Midnight Blaze About twelve oclock Wednesday night tho handsome residence of Dr Wm Johnson colored on Campbell street was discovered to be on fire and too late to be saved by the tire compa ny The loss was total the house being worth about 2000 It was Insured with Oeazley Ilasclden for 1250 To The Ladles- I have lust received another beauti ful lot of stamping samples and Fancy embroidery patterns to be worked In ono and two colors They are all the latest styles and handsome patterns and tassels can be select ed and finished I am with my sister Mrs W R Gott on Depot street and will appreciate a call for I have a beautiful line and Invite all the ladles to see them Miss Fannie Wilson Wedding Wednesday morning Mr Robert 11 Whittaker and Miss Bruce Pumphrey accompanied by Rev and Mrs Hush drove to Hotel In Dan vllle and there were united In holy wedlock by Rev O P Bush After an enjoyable dinner at the hotel the happy couple took the train for Terre Haute Ind to visit tho brides sisterTho bride was handsomely attired In a traveling suit of gray cloth with hat and gloves to match Mrs Whit taker Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Pumphrey and Is well known and popular young lady lovely alike Inperson and disposition Mr Whit taker Is a prosperous farmer and stock trader of Yates Center Kansas lie Is well known mere having lived hero for several years The heartiest of good wishes from their many friends go with them to their new home Arbor Day Proclamation To tho of Kentucky Tho asks all tho people to Ux upon Friday April 2 JOOO as Ar her day fcr Kentucky sod hopes that every ono who can will plant at least ono tree on that day and that tho will hold public meetings by school districts ut school houses or other convenient places to discuss tree preservation of our forests protection of tho birds school gardens and the work to clean up and make attractive the toads streets and va cant lute and to cultivate In all places neatness order and beauty to mako our homes our farms roads nod pub lic squares more beautiful and pleas ant to the end that as time goes by ill our State will ba beautiful and winning not only to passersby but the Joy comfort happiness and tho mental and moral betterment of ourselves and all our people Let us plant trees fur the future plant gar dons for this year and all yenta to come and make every public place pleas the eye and cheer tho hearts of all who see them Augustus E Wilson Uuvornor of Kentucky Hen I Ilruner Secretaey of State February 23 JOOO i Ij J IEJ r loony the Ollcber O people t fur t jj Easer Governor General News Rubbers dynamited the safe In the bank at Coldwater Okla and escaped with 2000 It Is reported at Washington tbat President Tart will extend the order placing fourt class postmasters under the civil service to Include the States The Standard Oil Company Is well taken care of In tho Payne tariff bill The provision concerning lion of oil Is the same as In the Ding ley law Speaker Cannon has set his foot down on general legislation at the ape cial session of Congress He has an nounced that committees will not be named until adjournment The movement to convert the of Jefferson Davis In Christian county Into a memorial park for South erners was revived at Hopklnsvllle Options on the Davis farm expire Apall 27 and It Is requested tbat all Confederates and their sympathizers Interested send their contributions for the purchase of the Davis place to S A Cunningham Nasbvllla Tenn The In the case of D B Cooper and Robin J Cooper at Nashville re turned a verdict finding the guilty of murder In the second degree and fixing their penalty at twenty years In the Tennessee penitentiary Immediately after the verdict was read the defense moved to set It aside because of the verdict disagreement on Friday Tlnd the court to declare It a mis trial Judge Hart said he would listen to arguments on this motion later lie then fixes the defendants bondat 25 000 each which was promptly given and they were released from custody Willie Whltla was returned to his father at the Hollenden Hole Monday after his father bad paid the 10000 ranson to a woman In a confectionery In the East end of Cleveland The lad was astreet car by one of his captors who paid his fore and walked Into Iho hotel lobby asking fur his father The youngster said he was well treated and seemed to have no realization of the dreadful predicament In which he had been He described as well as ho could tho places to which he had been taken Mr Whltla refused to give the police any Information that would help them In finding the kidnappers Squeezed Theres nothing In physiognomy observed tho mat who had been stung I desired to bo ruler In my own household HO I married a woman a weak ciao which he lead Inherited from her toothier Later 1 found that she also lunl a stubborn disposition which she had Inherited from hur father Mark Twain On Advertising Mark Twain says When 1 was ed iting tho Virginia City Enterprise writing copy one day and ruining the next a subscriber once wrote and said he had found a spider In his paper Was this good or bad 1 replied to him In our swore to Correspondents column as follows OK1 Subscriber The finding of a was neither good luck nor bad Tho spider was merely looking over our to find out what merchant was not advertising so that U could split Its web across hla door and free and undisturbed eilsUnce tot overall v t Southern the Importa fury defendants asked put on withI1 spider Un your copy of the otorprlse I lead 1 a I I f r birthplace i I t t Cleveland k I h lucky Any Phone 181 Simpson Demonstration Saturday March 27th 1909 On the above date we will have at our store special men from the firms of H J Heinz Co The National Biscuit Co and Blankes Coffee who will demonstrate the pure food products of their respective firms You are cordially invited to call at our store any time during the day and try these popular products GILL SIMPSONR V Anderson Mgr l c 1 J 11 J I I I I Lancaster Kentucky a Ir- r e6 i Pu Foodr t iI I 1 1 CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY llUO A YEAn F S HUGHES EdrPubr JTnltrtcf of the post Oflct n Jx ne ili r o Mall Matter Member Ky Press Association- and Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky March 26 1909 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct mid City Offlies 1 600 For County Olllces 1000 Fir State and District Offices 10 00 Fur Calls per line 10 For Card per line 10 For all publications In the Inter cst of Individuals expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 0 Second CIA ii f t o 1 r N J y J Democratic Ticket For State Senator It L Hubble For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Rublnson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff GeoT Ballard For School Superintendent Miss For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessjr W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J II Dunn For Magistrate District No 1J P Source For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of Ibis district I a primary election M C SAUFLKY We are authorized to announce lion Chas A of Harrodsburg as a candidate for rrnnmlnatlon fur the otllco of Commonwealth Attorney the 13h Judicial District subject to the action of thin Democrallo party We are authorized luannounce lion John Sam as a candidate for the nomination for circuit of this the 13i h district to the action of Iho Democratic President Tafta message to Con Kress was brier and to the point The assertion of the Itucdiiu that tho Dopers should not be a quitted for killing Senator Carmack Was lied by a verdict of twenty years Jn the penitentiary Sarcasm cannot be so withering as to justify homicide Hot ter proceed bv Juncllun Federal lightning will likely strike our town soon as It Is believed that Attorney Louis L Walker will be the next Dlslrlct A tloney for the District Domocralu have no ray If It should become true the of lice will be well and ably tilled A lecturer before tho Medico League 8jclely of New York has that Americans lake too many baths A reporter forthe HKCOUD who has voted the Democratic ticket fur forty two years says that he will vote for that lecturer fur President of politics guv Wilson list refused the request of the AntiSaloon League to call a Apccjal session of tho Legislature Among the several reasons given he wiji that there U no urgent necessity It that ninetenth of the State Is dry und that the condition of the wjllnut Jusllfy such an pease The will be made t the w lon Jennie IlIgKlns It prefer I I Ir I Eastern i euur ex It t1I r ul o e I d P I r 1 I t i Dart t von I I burr i I lit assertc I for w The Democratic commute of Fay cUe county has very wisely passed a resolutlun requiring doubtful voters to make a pledge to support the nom inee of the primary election We have favored such a rule fur some time It prevents lljalersand Republicans from Interfering with the affairs of tile democratic party and nominating a candidate that they will not support against one of their own party A true democrat will not object to the pledge and a doubtful one should be required to take It As a largo crop of tobacco will be raised In this county this year the question or pooling It Is ono of very grave Importance and should be calm ly and dispassionately considered by he farmers There are two sldd to the question aside from any thought of night riders The Society of Equl ly of claims that the pool brought the advanced price Yet the long delay In realizing on crops the refusal of some Independent manufacturers lo abide by their contracts of purchase und the contention that the curtail ment of the 1008 crop created a short age and a demand which naturally In creased the price must all be consid ered The Democratic Judicial met at Danville Tuesday and very wisely called a primary election to be held May 15 to nominate a for Judge and Attorney In this district to be voted for next Novem ber We have always favored prima ry elections because all the voters hue a voice and properly conducted there chance for fraud and cor ruption There are only two announ ced candidates at this time Judge M C Saulhy and Judge John SaUl Ows ley Jr for Judge and C A Hurdle for Commonwealths Attorney The niclal call giving the rules un der which It will be held appears In this Issue In this connection we de sire to state that the Insinuations published elsewhere In reference lo Chairman J 1 Hamiltons absence from other meetings of Ihccommlltee do him a great Injustice as we know that he had Important cases In court on days appointed for the meetings While there are some good feature In the new tariff bill It Is not worth while to discuss Its merits or demerit until the Senate gets through with It as the Senators will favor the inter ersts of their constituents of the general welfare As It reads It provides for an Inheritance tax Increased Internal revenue tax on clgarellen a 140000000 issue of Canal bonds an Increased Issue of 160000000 In Treasury cerlltlcalcs and the Imposition of duties on a max Imum and minimum basis Coffee hides and Iron ore are on the tree list boots and shoes leather gouda steel and Iron products lumber wool shod dy and waste and the cheaper grades of ihlrdclass wool are materially re duced Tea Is taxed 8 cents a pound Many reductions will be of benefit to tho masses and many will lKCt but few Paper may be free The duty on relined sugar Is reduced only live a cent a pound o McCHEAItY Mrs J S Asklns has returned from the city where she purchased a line of clitlco goods O W nurse bought of Newton Hendren of Madison one One gold dust stallion also one good jack pay Ing 11000 fur each Miss Bernie ate Annie Walker visit ed Ihelr friend Miss Cora Poor at buns Vista Saturday and Sunday Mr Will Btfuiley and family visited Stove Walker and family Mr Hill wife and little sun visited Mr and J W lull Sunday Mm Alex Layton and Miss Ollla Layton visited Mr and Mrs Willie llroaddus last week Walker Hrttdslmw sold to Ilurman Pool I n one milk cow price 170 Miss Her 11 Hill U visiting her Bit ter Mrs Walker Hradshaw- Mr J K Curd of Uurgln has been visiting relative and friends here Committee lno- Ir Panama of Sundays hoops candidate le less Mrs r w t 4 OFFICIAL CALL Tim Democratic Committee In and for the Thirteenth Judicial District of met pursuant to the cull of Chairman J Penny at the of lice of Chenault In Danville Uuyle County Kentucky on Tuesday March 23 1000 at 2 p m and all were present Said mcetlirg was called to by Chairman Tetmy Chairman announced In Uguely vas duly elect of said Mr Huguely then inroductea life LIons which unanimously 1 A Is hereby to be the several voilng precincts of Doyle CounVes between a in aud 4 p m on Savurday 1DOU for the purpose of nominally Demo cratic candidates of Clr cult Judge and At torney In for the Thirteenth Judl clal District of to be voted lor at the regular November election 1000 2 All Democrats who are legal voters shall bu entitled to vote In said primary election nd are requested to do so desires to be i candidate for th Democratic nomina tion for Judge or Coramoi wealth AtKlnfey shall riot later thai April 0 notice of such In In wiling toO L CuHlttimn of District Commute of the Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates for the nomination for Circuit Judge shall al the time of giving sold notice deposit with the aforesaid chairman sum of WOO and candidates for the nomliia lion for Commonwealths Attorne shall at the time of giving said notice deposit with the chairman 1300 District Committee the In Danville Kentucky on Wednesday May 6 1009 at 2 p m and If at the expiration of the time Dud by section 3 hereof be not more then one candidate for Circuit Judge or Com monwealths Attorney who has with the conditions of Section 3 the Committee will declare to be the nominee for the office sought that who Is the only candidate aud shall refund to such candidate the fee paid by him less his propor tlon of the costs already accrued from advertising and preparing for the elec polls shall be opened In each and every precinct of all the counties the district aforesaid In the usual and regular voting places 0 the of the polls tht officers shall proceed to court the but uts and lo matte returns and In so do ng shall be governed by ihe provision if the general election laws eturiiH shall mane lu if the respective counties In the dl rlct who will the certificates and any auestlined ballots to this Committee 7 The ofllcere of election shall be selected from lists to be the jandidatea In accordance with the of the election law by the district commlue- e8K4ch candidate be entitled to designate by written notice to tie chairman of each county committee In the dlHlrfaf not live days be furs May 16th name of one person precinct In each county as foil wild candidate at said prim ary 0 On llja after the returns shall have Jjeen the shall uanvaNS the vote cast and Issue of nomlnatlun 10 The of the district directed to froai regular registration I books burg In JUOijie names of all Demo crests and the person sn employed shall return the us by the chairman who shall timcon of election The chairman Is further directed to cause lu be print ed and prepared for use the requisite of ballots lure and ho will procure tile ulrcllnn supplies cause them to to the oflloerB of election as re quired by law 11 The chairman will cause copies hereof cer titled by himself secretary of the commlltee to be at the court Imuse door In Stanford Lancaster Danville and llarrodsbunr and In other conspicuous places In each county In less than forty days prior to May 16th 1VOO notice be published In each flew ouratlo newspaper District Said Committee on motion then adjourned Q L Penny Chairman Chenault lluuuely Secretary Uet Job Work at Ibis offlce Kenl II t th election ur a or sal tit was Lh is It numinate I I Cu n t e ere electlun bet In LI oln GI urn 5 u CM Common althu Kentuc 3Any rsoo Cir u 1009 lye Pent t Ie SaId meet at the o8lceof complied entrance 5The the chalrmel he t Ired prima all 1909 the fu each vat ng to act n nest nd rtltl hal nun t stn 0 t e made In uuvllle I cause to bo dul delivered to tlill sUKll boor the tan IIlmlie of signs weth r I delivered o II i members Secretary It ttee adopted called May who st b books in- Spector tl laq ode meet tee I them necessar too fir and J l i e d Courting Trouble The editor of the Anderson News published In Lawrenceburg makes the following announcement In the last Issue of his paper The average country editor Is a chump He will submit to the abuse of some old miserly skinflint or Shy luck In the community fur years and when death In all Its merciful removes the worthless old car cuss to a place that lias possibly been eager and yawning for years to even HP his devilish score Mr Editor In laudatory language and halfcolumn space will pour out his hypocritical sympathy touchingly yet pathetically Nut so with the News The next old reprobate that shullles off may die with this troubled thought on his mind that we are going to everlast ingly lambaste him as soon as we have proof that his grouchy life has been snuffed out and he Is on his way home Some of you old reprobates be you one or many had better take duo 110 Lice and come In and make good us before the last call for there Is not a drop of sentimental hypocrlcy ir sniveling pretense to our pearl A Sure Cure Win Manlove Tipton Ind says I bad cholera In my herd and did not UMO a hog after giving them Bourbon log Cholera Remedy In my Judg nent this medicine Is a sure cure fur nog cholera For sale by J R Mount Co A Gem of Thought Neath a sunny sky but yet within the grasp of chilling winds we with Impatience the coming of the glorious springtime All Nature yearns for touch of Us fairy lingers and silent plea through balmy zephyrs to burst forth from prison walls and proclaim again the beauty of vegetative profusion All ready has the timid dandelion reared its golden crest to smile minute content and the dainty ululate in tilt woodland peep from beneath the leaves of summers past The winter chirp of the wren has changed to notes of song and the robins laconic call has given place to warbling melody while llie mocking bird hops merrily among Ihe leafless boughs and now again ventures a note of impatient delight If the Designer thus assures the drooping violet after the frusta of winter have seared Its petaled taco to bloom again sold summers realm jives lo the sturdy oak whoso leaves le withering at its feet the certainty to live again will He can He forget the of man when death the frost of claims the body If He causes each waning night whose end Is foretold by the crimsoned sky to O so gradually und NO surely lulu the bloom of another day will llu with hold life hereafter from the souls that have gone Can God glue to Inanimate matter that which a human heart rendered cold and by Ills divine decree dare not claim orexpect Ah ml Ills law made by natures force bespeaks a life beyond the grave we know not how where we will spend eternity but at the and the Masters bidding we shall Homer Tlnsley Just received another Cor Load Of BUBBIES We handle only first class Buggies such as Kauffman LaPort and Moyer Also a medium line 0 L Hammacl Paint Uck Kentucky with i awaIt- I the soothing and- o E uutern ore I kindness spilt n understands a UKVANTSVlliLK Mrs Alice Adams who has been unite sick at her brother Mr Jack Dunn Is Improving Prof Milton KMIott of Lexington WAS the week end guest of Dr Klllolt Mr Gco formerly or this community but now of Lexington visited the famllr of Mrs K H Hal lard Sunday Mr James Leaven entertained a few of his friends with a blrlhdity dinner SundayDr and wife were In Stan ford the if the week visiting Mrs Durhams mother Mrs Aldrldge who Is quite ill Mrs Holly feisty visited friends and relatives In Nlcliolasvllle the past weekMrs Boners trimmer arrived fucs day with a beautiful line of Mllllnciy consisting of all the newest shapes and styles to please the must fastidious Call and see them Paul and Will McElllolt vlsllcd their cousins Hoberl and Cabel Arnold at Paint Lick Saturday still Sunday A little son made tils arrival at the hone of Mr and Mrs Ike Dunn Fit day morning Mrs U M Robinson of Marcellus entertained her Sunday School clays lost Monday at her residence The house was beautifully decorated re freshments were served and all present enjoyed the evening very much llev Wilson of Asbury College de livered two excellent sermons al the Methodist church In the absence of tile pastor Rev Ross who Is away en gaged In revival services at Carlisle Mrs Tine Norris who wa vlslllng al Judson Is reported very III Mr Taylor Iturdclto sold a Jcrsv heifer to Chas Dean also purchased ol Mr Roe Montgomery a nice hay man for 1160 D Law m and children leave Thursday for their new home In Mix souil It Is with much regret that the community give up these excellent people The ground has been surveyed for the graded school and the question has been so favorably received loaf there will be few dissentIng votes when the election Is called In the near future It Is the desire of those Interested to have every thing In real mess by the first of September Frylt for Health As a health rfitorotlrd a Pencil medical export recommends ten or fifteen days diet ot fruit alonu twice a year I All kinds of Field Seed Buggies J Mover Boll Knuflinan WHI Ainoricnn Wire Fence CJ any hoighili too pair of Pants of Shoes Choice 100 1 BECKER iBollard Co I lam I Mrs a II l arminlm lements loo pair II first E I Seed ro Ii 1iRYANTSVIItTrKY 1111 tj A SHIELD bt AftD LAY ASIDE that foolish pride nnd Indifference which makes a fellow pay about two prices for n suit and buy SHIELD BRAND sold under an Ironclad Guarantee at seven prices within the range of The Lowest 20 The Highest and you will have more money at the end of the year to lay aside SID 1 Here is hti Illustration made from the clothes and of the collar label The price is attached to sleeve in plain figures Look them over first chance nnd if not ready to liny now hive your choice laid aside Get our prices on Oat Seed Wire Plows Furniture Wall Paper Carpets and Matting and Paints of all kinds Sanders Hicks Stone Kv mid Lovd Kv I I FenceSyracuse I r rI reproduction THE National Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000L Surplus 10000- A H DENNV Irtildtnl J B STOIIMES Ylcelml S C DEXNV Cihlir J V Robinson Assl Caslir R T Kinbry Hookkropor UlUKUTOItS- iHatnl Alex K Donny A 0 Robinson John H Stories H C Dcnnv J L GUI Y I Williams D Cochran Safety Deposit Boxes for RentI I We Solicit You Business v I BRIGHTEN UP Paper your room up fresh Our Spring WALL PAPER IB arriving tuiil It ia pretty and cheap E McEOBEETS DRUGGIST u II or 6 I IIR I I f w WW i stools ri L1 = Phdno 305 SPRING OPENING SATURDAY MARCH 27th Q uw J 9ss 9o 9QIsS Zlopor I t j r r- w V Elegant Millinery Display 1 l- S Equisite Models Elegant Line of 1 I GOODSHAIR IFrisbies Old I Store Room miniMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOINTS BURNS A IUIA CONTRACTED MUSCLES AM ALL PAINS USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS Boltlo lUohmond Mo vrltom This la to certify Unit I hnvo need your Hnow Lliilmnnt fur ton rhoumutUm Inmo etc null In ovory cnso It him rumloruu Iwiaouwto roltoi Avoid nil Substitutes Three Sizes 25c SOc 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 800302 North Second Street 8T LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by R E McROBERT 1 bllOk I V 1 r II I r t A r nntl u s 4 r r= Misses Miller Ziegler North Side of Public Square Progressive A generation ago when the South to establish public schools there were already in existence many cchools endowed academics and church nchoolH Hence nn was made fur any but eUjnnn tary schools These private schools were taught by graduates from Vlr Klnla Yale Harvard and other great Universities They did their work well and trained some of the eat men or our country These schools were fur those boys who pogo from homes of culture and wealth hero and there a boy of promise from a bumble home was received and Now nearly all these private schools have pawed away and every Southern state has made sumo provision In the lost the years fur public high Schools open to ovary buy and girl In the com monwealth who show and aptitude and Inclination fur higher training than the common school can ulve Conditions have changed and the schools which were once the schools of the classes have been opened to the masses And with the change In pur pose there Is a call for a change In methods The old classical course with Mathematics Latin and Greek for all alike must be reshaped to meet the needs of the present The buy who takes nu Interest In the subjects of the old curriculum may find a great Inter est In the natural life vegetable and principles of botany zoology chem istry and pbyslcs This Is a scientific age Scientific knowledge has added to life In the last fifty years so much that we rould nut begin to sum up the conveniences and enjoyments which It has produced Scientific men tell us that we lire just learning the alphabet of what may come within a taw years A few months ago Mr Edison prophesied that a new fertilizer would be extract ed from the nitrogen or the air and almost before his Ink was dry came the announcement that just such a result had been obtained by means of a recently InvenUd electrical machine Tomorrow we may awake to find all our streams harnessed to dynamos to drive our farm machinery The auto which seems to have come to stay may soon bo thrown Into the pile and the flying machine take Its place Whatever may come we know that tide Is an age of sharp competition and If the children of one state or county or community Is not prepared to compete with the children of other communities If they have nut traln lug In business and commercial affairs and In scientific knowledge then they must work In the mills and In the mines hew the wood and draw the water for those who are trained The best Investment which we can make fur Lancaster Is a school of high elllclency Whether the County Board think It wlso or not to enter with us In strengthening our school and fur nishing to the county pupils an unsur passed High School training wo our own people should put forth ovary effort to meet the demands of the time With a new building arranged we can change our sys tem of promotion somewhat so that the more capable pupils will not liava to linger through a whole year with the slower plodding ones This pro motion only at the cud of the year Is the greatest defect In tho graded school system Our plan would be to Imvc grade teachers for pupils through the sixth grade From the sixth on through the School tho teachers skill and training for each of the de partments Mathematics Lan guages Literature Victory and Sc once Such teachers each being a specialist lit his department would bring a skill and accuracy a fresh ness and Interest to the under lila teaching such as would tend tu produce enthusiastic learners with u desire for real scholarship And this can all be dono without additional cost In maintaining the school after wo have erected a new school building constructed On the departmental plan- K our friends throughout the shall through the County Hoard Join with ui we can then employ the best high great I I while developed I animal or his community and III the i luuk f be- lIeve i dopartmentsEmploy u t subject began private provision properly county teachers to ba found also Increase our equipment thus giving to Oarrard County u High School second to none la the State and that too ut a non inal cost to tho county at large By all menus leUevcry section of the county vote a graded school If u ma jority of their people want It Would Unit they could sue how much It would be worth to the county If It wcto de vlded Tutu several graded school wild comfortable atd attractive buildings with a corps of trained teachers and it nine mouths term Hut the law as I understand It rays that the first County High School shall bo established at the county scat It Is to the Interest of the pupils of the county at largo that this school be un der specially trained teachers arid that equipment be adequate fur teaching the High School subjects a thing that will hardly be possible for some time at least ut any point In Garrard County other than In the Lancaster School unless the County Hoard make a very much larger levy than we ask and establish an Independent County High School In another article I shall try to set forth what seems to me a feasible plan for tho Improvement of all the schools of the countyVery truly DW Bridges It Saved Hla Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson Watertown Wls Ten years of eczema that 1G doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Hucklens Arnica Salve cured It sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Ei zetna Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Horns Scalds Cuts and Piles 20 ut 11 Mclluberts 1m There will be preaching at Falrvlew Srfnday the 27th Mrs Henry C Arnold who has been dangerously III Is Improving Misses Flossie and Viola Trlbble visited Misses Ruth Wednesday Mr Charlie Humin atoided court at Danville last Monday Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond has been visiting Miss Katie Lee DennyMrs W W Brown of Lowell Is visiting Mr and Mrs J L Trlbble Mr U F Flannery Is erecting a line building on his farm which ho recent ly purchased from Dr Uurnctte Misses Lucy and Jennie Dlckerson of Buckeye wore visitors of Mr and MrsHenry U Arnold Sunday Mrs James Denny who has been III forsome time Is slowly Improving HT UtiUltON The tanners In this section are very busy plowing and making preparations for erecting tobacco barns Messrs A S and J H Dean sold to Mr Alex Miles of Buckeye two cows and calves for 30 and 131 Mr Edd Grow sold to G A Bruce some corn at 1305 per bbl Mr J I Crawford visited his broth er Mr Jno Crawford at Lexington tho latter part of lust week Miss reach lo Mao Sanders returned to her home at Stone Saturday after upending a week with her sister Mrs II It Montgomery Walker the little sun of Mr and Mrs Ernest Montgomery Is on tho sick list Mr W D Vandorpool of Losing ton was with relatives hero last week Mr John Lane of Denver Col spent Sunday night with Mr and Mrs Edit Grow Kills WouldBe Slayer A merciless murderer Is Appendi citis with many victims hut Dr Kings New Life Pills kill It by pro ventlon They gently stimulate stom ash liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis cur Ing Constipation Blllouiinesx ChllU Malaria headache and Indigestion 25o K Molloberts lm Subscribe for Record districts B IL Mattle and Arnold II at R YA111SYI LEE A JOSIAHS HORSE TRADE Josiah salt Aunt Suznn after the hind heard the particulars of the horse trade In which her husband had ap parently finished poor second youre the worst tool I ever seen nlnt you old enough to know yet that when n person wants to sit up a trade with you for some thing you aint anxious to git rid of because they want to cheat you I declare to goodness I think some times you get so you know less and less the older you grow You want never too smart as far as thats con cerned and I often wonder how Ive managed to put up with you as long as 1 have but this caps the climax The Idea of tradlnoff a horse with nothln worse than the heaves and mebby a spavin or two for that critter youve brought home Its that humlllatln I dont know what Ill ever bo able to say when tho neighbors get to askin about It Ill tell you what to do replied her husband as he laid his knife aside and began scooping up the pork gravy with a spoon It the neighbors gtt to nskln questions thats embarrassln you Just turn tho subject oft by tcllln em about sendln on CO cents for 20 useful articles and glttln that number of pins Then Aunt Suzan wiped her eyes with her checked apron and said between her sobs You always was such a hand to harp Josiah And I want you to understand It was money I got for eggs my own hens laid I hope this horse you gotll die Then maybe youll have n little sympathy In your heart once and awhile 3 E Klser In Chicago IlecordHerald Unaccountable Mistake All was quiet In the sleeping car Suddenly the passenger In lower No 7 parted the curtains thrust out a weathe bcaten face and hailed the sable functionary who was tiptoeing pastSay he grumbled wheres the plllers for this bunk There are your pillows suh saId porterThem exclaimed the pas senger Smash my tonllghts I thought them was the lire preservers Chicago Tribune The Unhappy Medium Dronson Is ono of the most hum ble men I over saw Yes Arrogance seems to be wholly foreign to his makeup I wonder why It Is that he always has such a servile manner I think U Is because ho Is neither rich enough to get Into a trust nor poor enough to belong to a union Judge TOO SUGGESTIVE a its 1 I lawa a mercy anyway Artistic Creations Elegant Line of HAIR QOOD5 1 This exhibition of Spring Hats will eclipse in splendor any opening ever given in Lancaster and will be the most notable event of the season A cordial invitation is extended to each and every one J I 11Rt11 httti1eR f1fJ1il 1iE2 teti Att A Feeling Of 1 i Securitywill Carriage from us Everyone who leis bought from us knows this to bo u but wo want you to know it as well lento this advertisement Wont you call W J ROMANS THE PUBLICIs Invited to visit my store nml sec the tinny pretty and useful things I have in stock and to which I am constant ly adding new and beautiful things in the way Furniture Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings and ninny other things It is a pleasure to us to show our goods Wall Paper nnd Wall Moulding fur nished in new and patterns Oil short notice J C ROBINSON I J I k u i J r c facts w wMwrwwwrMw i tl1V1V- xi Y n oft y r apto date a a a lulralllltLr r Even ourGrandfoUhens1 knew what SNOW LINIMENTwill A CONVINCING PROOF of this worth of n moillelna 1 tho mires It can offoor Every ono who has Mallards Snow llnlmcnt knows that I too J u 1 4 used CURIE 4 Playwright describing play Then you havo n very strong scene when you triuiiplo on all the ties of home af fection and Actor Cut that out Playwright Hut It U a very strong scone WellKnown Actor Maybe so but I dont ro OBo to tramp on any ties Taffy A little taffy Now Ilirn U what tlio women Uko from IIIVM Yonkers BUtuman Wanted to Know We hind a fortune teller at buy evening party What kind of questions did the gucita Mk her Most of them asked what we were going for luuper Cleveland Leader 11ull Known and On Saturday March 27th Wo will you ono of the handsomest lines or Millineryyo- uhave ever seen shown In Lancaster and prices the bw est Thanks for past favors and future patronage appreciated R S BROWN show i Next door to I R H Batsons THE FOX STUDIO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock N Those who come in the fore noon will avoid the afternoon rush Photos finished up in ovary style at reasonable prices Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaatorr Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DA Ta in Asst Cashier R L Elkin We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank We are now ready with our BookKeeper I t d s f 1 j i a t Spring Suits Goats Skirts J Silk and Lingerie I I Dresses Come quick and see our goods If we cant please you will pay your fare home J B WALKER RICHMOND KENTUCKY Y k tI t M r ttSnrzW LAY ASIDE that foolish pride and Indifference which makes a fellow pay about prlcei for a suit and buy SHIELD BRAND sold under an Ironclad Guarantee at seven prices within the ratine ot 1000 THE LOWEST 2000 THE HIGHEST said you will have more money at the end of the year to Lay Aside Ho I an Illustration made from tho clotheit and reproduction of the collar label The price Is attachtd to sleeve In plain Usurer Luck theta uver II rut chance and If not ready to buy nowhave yuur choice laid aside itIu twin L I a t J I R S BROWN-s Lancaster Kentucky 1 MAKKSHUKV Mr John Eiger and family and Miss Ella Howard vUltcd Mr and liurnam Ledfotd on Buckeye pike Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Uutdett of JlrvanlBvllle visited relallv H here Monday Miss Cora Price of Casey county has been spending several days with Miss Miss Kay Jenkins will jo to make a short stay with her Mr Colby Jenkins of Georgetown She will also visit Miss Luclle Dawes while there Mrc Johah Marsee was the guest her slater Mrs Purlin upper Oarrard Saturday Miss Susie Hlggin of Paint Lick was the guest last week of Geur The Bible Study class will give an entertainment next Suud ly afternoon at 3 oclock at the Grove church The programme will consist of music and paper will be reud on biography of prominent men ot old Testament II Is tory by Misses Georgia Dunn Eliza beth and Lulu Simpson Uettle Rays ton and Mni le llu n Tim public Is InvlUil to attend Rev II M Sliouse will preach next morning at the usual hou Ills text will Be Thou Shalt not Cor et A good sermon and a well tilled house Is expected Mr C M Jenkins was badly kicked on his right leg by i cult sometime ago Tho pain was so Intense that way conllnod to Ills bed for several days He Is much Improved now but continues lame from the wound Fur i tunately no bones broken f Mrs Wm Unmddus has been crll Ically 111 at herhnniB for this past week j the result of a severe operation Mr and Mrs R M McQuerry relatives ulCartersvllle Sunday Mr Wm Parson and family of Point Leavel were the guests of R F Parson buss Fanjilo Austin of Lancaster was Urn charming guest of her aunt MUs 8 K Ilammuck several days last weekThe three months old girl of Joe Kings died the 18 h and was laid to rest beside her mother In Paint Lick cemetery whose death occurred a few weeks ago E Humtnack has Impovcd the appearance of her store by a inetal roof Our now has three good stores church school mill und black smlthBhop Who says Its not on a boom Simply Packed The courts decide that the sardines not a combination In restraint o trade This leaves them In tho old category of little fUheg blled In Phllcsophlcal The only woman that any man will acknowledge as his superior I hi mother Thereforo to bj truly every womut should have a A husband knows too when his wife wonderful but something koepi husband from saying so Makes him look loss wonderful and thats not proper over Exchange Near Death In Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mr Ida Super to taco loath Fur years a severe lung trouble gave me Intense Buffering she writes and several limed nearly caused my death All remedies failed und doctors said I was Incurable Then Ir Kln New DU coverv brought quick relief and a cure o permanent that I have not been troubled In Mrs Bopor lived In Hltf Pond Id It works won dcra In Coughs und Colds Sore Lunys Jlemorrhpiu LaQrlppe Asthma Uroup Wtt6opDf Cough und all Bron elill pfJwUon Wo and 1100 TrUI bottle free Guaranteed by R E 1m I Maggie lIollC l brotherS i I j oft ilia Dunn UNION e Miss S I are JaIl 011 appreciated Ion Is I to U J j r I t tI i Mrs e r J i yk 1 I w Miss e i i Sunday Y i c her i A 4 I were 4 t t visited I I fowl t C lie- N Heralds t j f1 4 1 years I a v oberW i LKKACHEHSVILLB Master William Ulankenshlp has been very sick Mrs Mulllo Bell wife of Levi Bell has been very III of heart trouble Mrs John B Anderson and family were visiting her mother Mrs Ona recently Miss Mary Carpenter has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Fannie Collier at Crab Orchard Mr Ira Holtzclaw who Is attending Business College at Lexington his father Mr J F Holtzclaw J D Horton had a Bne driving mare to get cut very badly on a wire fence Mrs Blanketishlp who has been III for some two mouths Is about the same no Improvement Mr Carlo B Ktnguf Norman Okla Is with friends and relatives here Mr King formerly lived here Mr W P White lost a lot of cord wood by the recent on Dix river rime and ride waits for manSeveral from this place attended the burial of Mrs Jus I White of Stanfurd The burial occurred near MU Vernon Deceased was a slater Of Mrs J J Thompson of Garrard Miss Lizzie PettuH will begin a school this week In the lower part of Masonic Hall Miss Peltus Is a tine teacher and deserving of a liberal patronage Juhn Kennedy bought of J K his farm for 1200 Mr button U undecided where he will lo cate We hope he will stay In our city as he Is one of our best citizen J II Thompson who bought the Holtzclaw homestead a few days since las had all the Hue shade trees cut down ahd will raise corn Instead even unto the door stone This was the nicest yard for miles around and the weary wayfarer will miss ore of Prcachersvllles noted landmarks Taking It In Sections Forgive and forget said the man my motto- I dont know about forgiving an swered Mr Dustin Stax Out It would be hard to get through these Investigations without knowing how to forget Washington Star Her Friends Kan LU Garllnghorn says her steady Is the tallest young man In the city says so docs she Well LU always was good at drawing the long beau Chicago Tribune Another Victim Lawyer You want a divorce from your wife On what wound and repeated cruel ty She makes me get up every night and walk the baby to sleep No Inside Washing This Is a new shaving soap Im us ing the barber How do you like It Applied externally spluttered the victim PORTLAND MAINE CHILD 111 Weak and Emaciated to Health by Vinol Our little daughter six years ot age after severe attack ot the measles which developed Into pneumonia was left pitifully thin weak and emaciat ed She had no appetite and her atom kcu was 10 weak It could not retain food She lay In this condition for weeks and nothing the doctor pre scribed did A bit of good and w beginning to think she would never re cover At this time we commenced to her Vlnol and the effect was marvel oui The doctor WM amazed at her progress and when we told him we were Giving her Vlnol be replied It a One remedy keep It We did to she recovered her health and strength months before the doctor thought she could J W FUgg Portland Me Ylnol conditions like this In a natural manner U Increases the appetite tones up the dlgeitlv organs makes rich red blood and itr otheoi every org a U the body McJteberti Drug Store u jay lor lleiry as yet tI generous FanShe CallerExtreme said 1Ia were live I up and cures t t freshet select Button considered That Restored because HOW TO PLUCK CHICKENS Why Dry Picking Is Apt to Prove Most Satisfactory Of course any housewife knows how to pluck chickens says tho farmer but do they know how to prepare the birds 10 that they will be attractive to tho eye which counts much to the purchaser When a bird Is plucked dry tho poultryman will receive moro per pound for the fowl than when It I scaldedIn dry tho breast should be plucked first starting nest the crop After the breast the thighs then the back the base of the tall and last the wings As soon as the feathers been removed the wings should be twisted over the back and the feet washed after which the thighs and legs should be pressed to the body either by placing a brick on the birds breast or by tying the hlrd the object of this bring to give tho bird a plump or blocky appearance Any aged bird may bo scalded with out seriously Injuring Its quality If It Is properly handled but owing to the large number of poorly dressed scald ed fowls the marketmen place a pre mium of from one to two cents a pound on dryplucked stock Dolling water may bo used but caro must be taken not to leave young birds In the water too long or the skin will cook while with old fowl a little more time may not do any harm The head and shanks shoud be kept out of the water aa tho scalding will discolor them and make them unsightly Immediately after the bird Is taken from the scalding water It should be dipped Into cold water to stop tho cooking and as poullrymcn say to plump the bird Tho bird should then bo hung to a line with feet tied together as no bird plucked on tho lap or n table will have so good an appear ance If a scalded bird Is exposed to a draught when being plucked or when cooling tho skin Is likely to harden and become tough It Is because of thcso possibilities that dry plucking Is recommended by large raisers of poul try as the condition of the skin to a great extent accounts for tho high 01 low returns received HANDY BEE HIVE CARRIER Get It Ready for Putting the Hives Out In the Spring To make a bee hive carrier similar to that shown In the accompanying II lustration select two small saplings about six feet long and hew a flat stir the 1 near 4ya4 y have ve0 Using the Bee Hive Carrier face on each of them Nail a four feet long and 12 Incites wide 01 each flat surface as Indicated The saplings can be cut any desires length SPECIAL FATTENING Give the Poultry a Special Finish Before Marketing A good many dollars are lost ever year by farmers because they their poultry to market In poor condl tlon as regards flesh On many farmi the practice Is to ship ever winter several crates of live poultry younj and old and In most cases the sped mens sold are picked up off the rungs and no attention is paid to the condl tlon of flesh The farmer can fatten his poultry cheaper than any ono under the sun and In most cases over a pound of weight can bo added U every fowl void at a cost of not more than five cents The extra flesh adder would make the entire consignment sell for one or two cents a pound moro than It otherwise would at tho lowest estimateAll fowls that are to bo sold should bo selected three weeks bcfon the time they are tq be shipped am placed In separate quartern suggest The Farmer They should ho given i reasonably sized pen Indoors and i fair sized yard outside where may exercise somewhat In fair weath er They should bo fed three times i day morning noon and night Thi morning and noon feeds may of one part corn meal ono part ground oats with the hulls sifted out part bran and a third of a part of high grade beef scraps This may bo mixed with water or milk though If milk h used not quite HO much beef scrapi will be needed The night feed should bo of tracked corn Fresh water should be given to drink and a box 01 grit and one of charcoal should placed where the fowls can reach It ai any tlmo No more should bo fed al each meal than tho birds will cat a one feed and any that U left over after 15 minutes should be taken away and the feeding troughs removed Th Poultry House Poultry houses do not need glnge bread work Such ornament aro ex pensive and sometimes are not oven artistic Hquare corners straight plainwall give lest chance for ver mln to congregate and breed and are more easily cleaned A house that li neat without and clean within will mako a pleasant home tor the Alarming Warning In an Kngllsh village an official no lice reads as follows Tho public are warned against using the well for do mestic purposes unless previously boiled The Still Small Voice Sure healing U not In the storm or In the whirlwind It I not In mon archies or aristocracies or democra cies but will be revealed by tho voice that sp ttk to the and the heart prompting ui to wiser humanity board end clio they con lst our be lip 11111 r and bees mall conscience wider r steciY rJ SHALL WE KEEP THE SABBATH rut r ih t A MMxiril Ch rth 7 REV A C DIXON D D Chic ell I III Ay ii S The Sabbath ci isted before the law was klven to Mote on Sinai It I one of the laws of nature and l founded primarily on the necessltlesof man It la n physical ne ceiilty Dr Wil liam t Love In till excellent book entitled Sabbath and Sunday gives a great funda mental fact when no says laws for test are eta Cloned all along UIP physical nature The lungs test after each breath we take The blood vessels rest between beats Tho nerves and brain will have rest and revenge themselves upon us It wo cut short the The or dalnlng of day and night to follow each other In quick succession through all ages of the world was a merciful ap pointment of God without It the hu man species would probably have become extinct at a very early period of time nut experience and observa lion have shown thrt the rest of night and all forms of dally and nightly rest put together aro Insulllclent for the highest end of mans physical well being There must be days as well as nights of rest A Physical Necessity Lord Macaulay does not speak too strongly when he says While Indus try Is suspended while the plow lies In the furrows while the exchange Is silent while no smoke ascends from the factory a process Is going on quite as Important to tho wealth of the na lion as any process which Is per formed on more busy days Man the machine of machines Is repairing and winding up so that he can return to his labor on Monday with clearer In tellect with livelier spirits with re newed corporal vigor And Cole ridge was not too extravagant when he exclaimed I feel as If God by giving the Sabbath had given 62 springs In the year A Mental Necessity The Sabbath Is also a mental neces ally A man of 25 years observation In Now York city said that those flier chants of his acquaintance who kept open their counting rooms on Sunday failed without exception William Wit berforce declared that many public men who began life with him found an early grave some being maniacs and others suicides and ho Attributed the cause of their premature and un timely end to their disregard of the Sabbath A Moral Necessity The Sabbath Is a moral necessity More than 90 per cent of all criminals were habitual Sabbath breakers be fore they became criminals An fong lush chaplain of prisons declared that during 28 years of service he had made it a point to see In private those who were charged with capital and that he did not remem ber a single case them all where the party had not been a Sab bath breaker and many of them him that Sabbath breaking was the first step In their course of crime A Spiritual Necessity The Sabbath Is certainly a spiritual necessity There Is no such thing as Christianity without It Without It the church cannot exist and there Is no such thing as growth In grace to those who desecrate the Lords day A company of rough men In the west assembled in front of a country church awaiting the time of service One of them asked another why he did not bring with him hla gun that he might kill some game on isle return home The other replied Suppose I should come up here with seven fine horses and should say Boys I would like to give you six of these horses to be yours you can uso them as you will I only want ono You would take my six horses and then follow me down tho road to rob me of the horse which I have kept Now follows aint that mean And yet that Is just what tho man does who robs God of the Sabbath by doing his own pleas urn and God has given him the six days and It Is simply robbery for him to take the seventhThe Christian who tho first day of tho week Is guilty of a double transgression lie violates the principle of tho decalogue and at the same time tramples upon tho Ilesur rectlon day of his Lord If he hal lows the first day of the week ho re ceives a double blessing In obeying the law and In honoring him who died for him and rose again First Corn In Kansas The earliest mention of corn In Jan Sea Is found In tho account of Corona dos expedition In IGI12 Prof Willis J ton found charred corn In the ruins of prehistoric Indian pueblos In Scott runty by him to be at least two and a half centurion old In sortie of the rooms there was found charred corn to a depth of five or six Inches The first mention of growing corn In Kansas of which there Is any record Is lu narrative of the expe dition of Uuurawont commander of the Frencli colony of Louisiana Hourg mont found U Kaw Indian cultivat ing corn on U present townslte of Donlphau In 13 ij Unequaled for Croup Besides being an excellent remedy for colds mid throat troubles Clmm bcrluluiiCoUKli Ilemedy In unequaled HH a cure fur croup viys Hurry Wil ton of Waynetown hid When uly en HI soon a tlie croupy cough ap pears remedy will prevent Attack It U used successfully In many of homo For cale by tf J 1m Italian A rascal grown rich lost U his kindred thlJlI art supply among allured I wlltklrll for himself on that day desecrates the Cur thin the Proverb till I offense as a thousands 5e PUblic Sale Desiring In eh n nf loftlltn I will on WKDNRSDAV A Ill b U IUM- M mf lit rrritehrrivllU Kfiilitrkr il outcry the tolloiTlnf ptminul rot rrtj- 10wlti milk cow iM 1 milk J lint heifers I Hdriiad innrfu I IhrrrTMr iM any I r King J Jninel four Mr well broke J romliif lhrt r roM I raining twitunr old mill SflOUirrlmrctiit ftiOJftlM ti f llriii I Iwobor f n l hurnrn t mnwlnn plows and olh r things Also J ck for It h head blb 4 old ilrnl Clnad b Ktnc hi I food brrrdtr I wilt Miami tioioR rntjr tarn ol in neren This I ilmnud In frurhemlllt Lincoln Kentucky mil It on Ih moil In this to culllri neir ehnrehthool home roil otHet li well lirnkri trrtk niiitiloi Ihronih tli furlii bout flltjr of Unit and r il i oiinl7 nfTordt Iniih v n nl rd on Ib Unit ltoil oillhli hun til Jroom foo lc d out from lioiic mid urchin itock eo Mxrfl t And hold 7 acres of tobtcro Alto lu nt on firm of This land will toM for c h or tub tenuludcr lu on sad Iwo rr tout ninum will lieu Terms on rxonl property mid known on of H lc bf lm 10 oclock A m Air one drilrlnt to look III properly will t Hi i J K IIOUTZCLAW Am source Auct WANTED Poultry and Egg H ns llcts Goose 5 to Get CLEAN EGOS 15ot Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber Clever Rule of Trlevei A gambling club was raided ut Ilex Krunce one night recently and the money on the tables taken by twr men In plain clothes After their It was found that did no belong to the iollco and that tin gamblers had boon the victims of two daring thieves who got away wlb 19000 A POSITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF ZEMO stops itching Instantly and will scalp ZEMO destroys tho dandruff and prevents falling hair give the the scalp clean and heAlthy everywhere for Mm pic E W Co Bt LouU For Roberts Drug Store WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY BLADDER DISEASEthat t not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo medicine can do more 1204 N Virginia Bt Cvanivflle mud writes over Av I was troubled with kidney and ladder affections which me and worry I lost flesh and an had U abandon work entirely I had ol best physicians who did me no good nd I was to Kidney Cure was recommended Mid the mo great relief bottle I wal TWO SUES AID IL- HIILIAMUMIWIMKIII C C J Stormes 0 tow to t longed old both till ft hue hone mate of halo of e n I and II yens b Torn bun II and sad of des Aood1 a hatbarn bet and at dat call Car GOOD H departure rune case of or ttchlnlt twill FOLEYS KIDNEYCURE I wAlIVEN UP TI DIE I pain was all a three the alld alter taking lOt I I home eel fine cell yea user rail h- al Jerk Iwae old mule mule haggles chute rams plow gear t ny one Ifs lack by lino ray ions ibis attn suit ter serer hello a hemp and Iota hating liar good turn lobar feet save a hole 1 rooms one Ihird year par day ale farm BaNortllcott1 ion they smear or- s earl mud She allrely t e Sonlctlilnp new in r11Ie Disc Harrows ROOFING Guaranteed 5 7 and 10 I years Sold by J II Mount Co J A J ro I i jif illi OIJr I I ulF UNDBRTAKRR Arterial sad Catilr Embalming eauoa uurlns strut FULL Wit OF CASKETS A IIIIUIUAL HOUES IS STOCK THE Lancaster Stean1 Lal111lry I employed Lanndry Force With blany Years of Experience I Give them Ii hcy Ouaranteo Hall facllon 1 ALNAT3 L lots BI eelQ trial The Time The Place The Firm 1 1 i t 11 l 000000000000 1 t 1 n H i TO DEAL WITH Lancaster Kentucky oo oo o xx XXXXX XX O MXX ANCASTERLUMBERxMFG C i NOTICE POULTRY RAISERS Now Is the lime of year to feed your fowls a good tonic curs Cholera Gapes Uoup Canker and Llmbcrncck When red us a proven tall volt not only kelps them healthy but snakes them lay Price CU cents No Cure Nu Pay Guaranteed by our druggist It E McUOIIKUTS Try It under the guarantee Ask ftr booklet on diseases of poultry From Small Beginnings Great Hoods have Down from Illtli sources Shnkvspuarv Itx 41111 312 ann Jilt lltcnl hC t II I 7 tote bnlug I Dr M B Wo Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of pile Lnngshiro V S Collego England 1800- IMiono No 205 Lancaster Kentucky I INSURANCEFIRE LIIU Ca M SEE j- I M- c11 2n f- fll 1 BOND INSURANCE WIND I ii i r S T FULL SWINGExhibit of SPRING STYLES in DRY GOODS consisting ofnewest creations in Messaline and Foulard Dresses and Dress PatternsWoolen Dress Goods and Wash Goods of all kinds we show extensively If you would be properly gowned according to approved fashion to style peculiarly becoming to your own individuality you should make your selection at We make a specialty of Tailoredand ReadyMadeWaists consisting of all the newest and latest models Such styles are displayed that cannot be shown elsewhere in our city Women and Childrens SHIPPERS and LOW CUTS in all different styles and lasts also shown We invite you to call and inspect our various lines of desirable Merchandise JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY v I X11 f 1 I 1101 4 LI ail Jcsepbs Ladies Suits Skirts M sn t THE L r i jf SPRING and SUMMER MILLINERY OPENING SATURDAY MARCH 27 The Public is cordially Invited Mrs Ada M Kinnaird Stormes Room Danville Street B L lust W C Flb vie Init W c Kcmptr Cithlir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCUIIfORATKI I I W L JI m I I i r 1 Weed Wo oflor you fair treat mont with every accom modation that is consistent with consorvative Hanking r 6ooooo SURPLUS 900000 llltHtOTOH M COY ARNOLD ROaUVN J B WOODS WOODS w cnsii wr WYUN CAIITAL R L J 8 BURROWS E L I Our Customers fro Fully Piotet led by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance WIND STORM CYCLONE AND LIGHTNING INSURANCE BEAZLEY HASELDEN Ounce National Ihnk of Lancaster Phone 31 i Il I I r p I I I i t jI- I u I I J J Prusldett nntVAGKRI1- i JOHNSON Vice Preul I J S I 1883 ITbll ITIZEN NATIONAL BANK i Of LANOASTltll Ii 50OOO SURPLUS HUDson Cashier W O It1UNltY AILIIUallhr O O Bookkeeper Duslness Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention lDIHRUlOnSJ H John on on J J Walker I 1101 Arnlllel Alex OIhhl iuwls II Wnlkor O A Arnold i j we on tilNplay the latest In IPottern Hots YOU CORDIAL INITIATION 1c MISS ARNOLD Kentucky t 7 a OIIUANl7llt ICY- CAPIT01 I 15000- I N WAGEEI J 1 B1 voeNNOO e eeoae eeoaN ooooaeoNO ooeeHaoaoaaa oe ot e- W Saturdy1 March 27th ivlll ltd a creations IMPORTLD and DOM ISTICe A k ELLA 4 4IuucasterMN11MNNaoNNM1ii11NNo1MNN1111 NNNNN L Gossip About People NSNTV A Brief Mention of Coming nd Oolnji by Thou Wt Art In J Bruce Lawson was In Frankfurt last week W II Games and wife of Lincoln were in Lancaster Tuesday Mrs Cornelia Clay of Richmond visiting Mrs Dorcas Walker Mrs E l Walker Is In Kmlncnce vis ItliiK her mother Mrs Annie Ralney Mrs Roe Crow of Louisville Is vis lUng her parents Mr and Mrs A I Brown Francis Is visiting sister Mrs George Ballew near Miss Pearl Collier of Crab Orchard will be a week end guest of Miss Relli Arnold MIllS Walde Lee Maret of near RoanUvlllc Miss Cal AdamsMiss West leaves this weel for a visit to her sister Mrs George Robinson Mr and Mrs David Chenault of Richmond are Mrs J W Elmure Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orch ard will bo a weekend guest of rela Lives here Mrs Win Uurnett and little deign ter Uassle May were recent visitors In Danville Miss Lena Palmer of Stanford Is the guest of her cousin Mrs Emma HlgtJlnbotham Mrs J A Duty Is at home after a pleasant visit to Mesdames Slavin and Jones of Danville Mrs John Martin and daughter Miss Nellie of this vicinity have gone on a visit to Covlngton Miss Jessie Doty of Richmond has been with her sisters Misses Emma and Lucy Walker Doty Misses Rella Arnold and Iva Leo Smith visited the Misses Collier of Crab Orchard Sunday Mr and Mrs Thomas R Slavln of Boyle have been on a recent visit to Qarraid county relatives Mesdames C D Powell and II C Hamilton have returned from u eral stay In Louisville Mrs R E Hughes and little daugh ter Margaret are visiting her parents MrBndMr8Jno W Miller Mrs Mattle Friable has gone for a visit of several weeks to Mr and Mrs W a Price of Danville Q Mr John Francis has gone to where he lids secured a position with a life insurance company Mr and Mrs McClelland Johnston hove returned from a several weeks Visit In PHtsburg Pennsylvania The Tuesday Afternoon Cluo met with Mrs John U Stntmea at hoi handsome home on Richmond A venue James Went a one time citizen of Lancaster but now a resldont of Suit Lake City Utah Is hero on a visit to relatives Howard R Hoeing has return ed to her home In Milwaukee after u protracted visit to J W Sweeney and familyThe Woman club snot Wednesday afternoon with Miss Frank le KuulT lUau A hOSteSS and tho leaders were Mesdames 0 Drown and H the haa been I MISS Tommie her Is the guest of the guests I r I I I I days I 1 I 0 W Richmond of sew Richmond Mrs Cook The subject tot dlcusslon Elizabethan Ern Literature Exploration and Dlvcovery Miss Mary Davis gave a 0 oclock dinner Tuesday evening In honor the brideelect Miss Bruce 1utnplirc and her trance Mr Robert Whltakcr of Kansas Miss Maui Mason one of our most accomplished and attractive teachers at the Graded School attended the marriage of her sister In Rlchmom this week Among the Lincoln county visitors that we met Monday were Judo M C Saulley Judge John Sam Owsley Editor Walton and the honorable Josh D SwopeMr Mrs Marshal Eason have returned from a visit to Tom Eason of Danville Mr and Mrs Cyrus Eason of Van Arsdale aUo Mr and Mrs J II Stephens of Lexington Mr and Mrs Tom Robinson o were here Saturday Sunday to see his brother Mr J C Robinson who boon unite sick for several weeks and Is not Improving- Mr and Mrs A B Elkln of Louis title announce the engagement of their daughter Miss liesslo to Mr Richard Menefee Newland the mar ridge to be solemnized In May Miss Elkin Is a niece of Mrs Samuel John ston of this place whom she has fre quently visited She Is A young lady of touch personal attraction being quite capable anda talented musician Mlllllnory Opening 1909 We Invite every one In spect our Milli nery We will an exceptional hats the fatuous Gage and Gold Medal shapes Mrs Alex Walker GILES W M Statts bought a nice milk from A C Miles for 00 Joe Burton bought a young horse Torn Floyd price unknown Miss Minnie Teater entertained a umber of her young friends last Sat urday night and all report a nice time Miss Blanche Stalls visited friends Madison last Saturday night and SundayMessrs John and Clyde Watts have returned home front Asbury College TUB CKNTUAL RECORD should be taken by every citizen In this com nuulty It stands for butter and higher citizenship and will always be round upon the side of right There are some young gentleman In vlcluty who think It miuily to be and rowdvlshut public gather ngs Young mot this U a great mis and you should raise your stun lard far above such conduct and stnvi to reach tho round of Natural Envy Bacon A titan that Roth not vir sue lit himself over cnvlolh virtue In others Pertinent Points Go to the right store for Itthus making your odreadlng pay you Perhaps there U an olTor made In of todays ads that you couldnt again In a year If o woman U a bargainhunter husband need not be quits such a horrid nioneyhunter An uncompleted yet Important ilalt to a store will probably follow our rending of todays ails Somebody will secure the one best bargain to be found In todays ads lavent you some ambition to be that of II uston lIe and has March 27 to C S un finer w array of t II and trimmed Inc ding cow train In this profane take one Und her person l Invention nd ring street topmost citizenship I t WY Items 000 pounds or et price 4t All kinds offline seed potatoes at Wards Fresh halt and Satur day T S Son 25tf tc the Cc1 of grc Record F II Bring you tc Pra 3203t FarmerH uullderxrfiT contractors would W W With ers In another column 312 We have cinployed LWrBond who IB an cutter and will on our trade 3 203t Cotton Prather- I have Iwo nicely rooms If you will have Galven lied Steel ot and Siding write W w WTUiers Lexington Ky for lowest price 312 For Sale Cheap Several Ilioroughl rt5uroc heavy F Robinson 3212t f A I National Bank Lost Dog On Friday March yellowish im Utrui size answers to name of tCHr I will give a liberal reward forms return Phone 100 A I S C Rhode lilancl Reds I have strains of above prize winners Eggs to hatch Pri ces S A lull 220 til Phone 138 G Hvuttsvlllc Great China Sale The following are a few of our Bar gains In dishes which we will mjHTu sale Saturday March Std 09 Good and per set 25 cents bowls each 11 cents steak dishes each 15 cents i gallon each 30 Everything else In proportion this Is a but we will take eggs and etc samous cash W II Ward liUCKKlE Mr hub Long bought a stallion from Mr A C Mlles price 27fi Mrs John Dickerson Is very Hick at this writing Mrs Dob Long has been sick for a few days Mr Lewis Ray Is at house for sever al days from Epson Ind Mesdames Charlie Davis and L L and Mr Arthur Joseph were the guests of Mr uud Mrs A 0 Miles Sunday Rev T I Hay of Richmond Va wits with his mother Mrs Nancy Jane Ray Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs Roy Sanders of Nina vlsted her sister Mrs Huston dulloy duiKjay Mr Jim Witt was called to tho lila mother Mrs Scrgacy who Is sick of pneumonia Mr Ulll Whlttukcr Is erecting new dwelling house on tho Paint Lick road Dr J S Gilbert has moved Into his now olllce whlcu Is well equipped with nice new furniture and Is now ready to wait upon his friends In an up todato style Subscribe for Record iBusiness ence lJ11pl with a cu LI ur urn guar cd reason Ole tea cuPS sa It cents got t plates set 35 7 Inch Veil labs each 18 cents Largo h I nd pitchers each QO ravv Wolf ohn of another TS Elkl C want to y 10o uul at r gru q very ti We clockceries Cuts Prather 3263t 11000 an o eal Estate Apply pro utton liter Cash oceries pros b ailing Ruofhn proposition exp ri meat vait r t stied for runt 1 pe with good refer ltsaHalite 1911ett33tf Paln Iron ng sows ply auk stud cents sit bedside v Free wwwww ww SAVE GOLD STAMPS and furnish your homo absolutely Free with Numerous Useful and Ornamental Articles They cost you nothing and can be secured with every lOc pur chase at tho following stores Ask for them H T Logan Clothing and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions ffll Simpson Groceries R E McRoberts Druggist Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery M K Denny Dentist T S Elkin Son Meats and Fish Call at any store above mentioned and secure a say ing book containing too worth of GOLD STAMPS Free and start saving then today Samples of premiums can be seen at the Joseph Mercantile Cos store Banks pay interest on what you save Gold Stamps earn premiums to beautify your home on money you have got to spend Trade only with merchants who give you GOLD STAMPS Free Free I EMl t s I f j- x t r M r1 a Free1JA You Can Keep Clean HandlingOur COAL MMiIVTIWPMJW as it is free from dirt hard and sharp anti makes a fine bright fire This coal is carefully screened BUll every precaution taken to give our trade the very best article possible This is the place where you get the full value of your money too Flour and Field Seeds BANKS HUDSON jt WflWWW Mrl L SILVER WOOD b E E S q lilt Ifl- irifl + Son of Wood jX record I trotter to Nor OotuUntlne 3U Forlit WijJ olhvri- Vnr Wood 2271 Woo t CO recod tiWi of jy l Ck Heart lOSi Addle 1 Wood 000 record 218 Son of I Silver Wuud lit dam frlticei by Vatican lt he by llelmonlCI Vatican IlimbleloiiUu IU iris Wood 10700 record 2271 lit dam Wllkei dirndl No Wood tJ f Nora Wood fll f Nora Wilkes Hyneo Wllkei Jl flrt Nut Wool GOO record 2181 lit dam Win Knaielldm of Mud MM4 P nl t f Ire Mall 1M liS Nora I Far Wood Lady and elgld r Son of set t7Aaj Ifs otheri Nut1fl moot dent 1 K W Morrow Graduate Optician Olaiifi fitted Satisfaction OuarHtitecd Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Office Hour omen over S to li 1 pm to 4 Stormet Drug Store B F WALTER DENTIST Phone 05 Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST Ole over Miss Aruold Millinery H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PIIONK WK omce corner Lexington Rt and lnblle Squire Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 104 Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT ANCASTKR KjJNTUCKV HOUSEOnly White BarberI- n Town fur Danville Steam Laundry North side of Jubllo Bqiiurc MR A S PRICE will practice nnntiatry at his hume lllchmond aye every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK VAllDB Hircbti Ciltlv Hog Jtecelpt K J M7- I Bblpimnt 9 t HI t OATriK Shipper 4U M r sitr QoodTn cbolcc llf r lrt flood taobolc- Corauiou flotxl ta choice Common to lair utnr hull tlofiii- K tr 7X4414 4 4 4M t 7J 90 i471 5 liKSS W 4 Ki4 IO JIOU8ioo4j iktr udbutoli r 7 T 10 Mtiid iek r 1W Bin l xi 4 Common 10 choice til tows 4 74 4 J6 4MO6W ft 004ft MOood la cbolc twain I m l c INSURANCE J DI o 4 1 tee J 1 V tAj U y W I I 4G6 4 6 6 buy TI ra wgwuu Ilalr y 4 481i1I1rJt 4y00 tttj I wine roa a C I a w rr i i r r Agent 1 m MueNIIusMMj- Y r peNN iSSSISN beep 46 etadstaset 46 y1 19k9a 4 onimvnWrglr to fur Cow arr uvgm 7b06o fAVt Yet bull ait0y tW 4 1- 0Ptge710Jb1iudluu 6eag5rt s54 1t T0647ve- Qotuaga IQ file h r BIU r Wood ihould mike ono of tin irnl t stock horse III Kentucky lt he li bucked tip bj md dim of ted blood lh t found Alt bonri run heck loih fnmlllFiif boriri boe tu be I looting 4 jtr old t ever lie ll tthind hub gout bone liD style fliilth Mack nd f t sotxl brok to hud no work for pe d bat W tun bow t40 Kilt HIT tlnif with ill ironud high true ctlon more clearly for imp tilth tint bulinced icllaii elect trot mud Wood bi them ill rod I cint see why In ibould mike Keutuck more famous bjr bl get Silver Wood will Im kept during tbe non of IW9 it ray table In Unnntrr Kf mud will be to mim it the very low price of IUBO to Insure living colt I im papered to nre for tock from die taller it re oii bte price bnt no reipouilbllltjr nil red for iccldcnt or eciti of stock com mitted to my care sire the can lid one ul end mod lIver 1111 lie Ie Jlld a aeh da the urh mud Sliver permitted m a because be sods the grartdel horse arm white Name calls beauty riot erre l0 good NABOTH JRNabothJr a rich red biy s years old and full It liatida hlghwelghi IMA pounds ind I a ot wonderful beauty having i long rangy neck and cirr Ing n Hue till He I perfect galltd hotM with inperb ill round action mud Ilk ill Naboth hi hi In and greater racking cm tint be towed III the State of Kentucky t have been 4 dealer In fancy year furnishing Item for all the market In tbl cnnnlry ard t urn anxtnui to encourage the of liorcn to In rain belter one Ail generally known there I a car Mly of good hnr etanil Ihoie iiltable for the Kailrrn mar kl bring fancy price If the breeder would ralae Number hore they ntnul take the mirel to the right kind of Nahoth Jr 1 ond ill doubt It a home will produce that type of hore thai the market demand npd for which the public la willing to pa high prices 1 pnrcbatcd thli great young Ulllnn it a fmcy price because be bit alto style action beauty and breeding I had hilt horse worked and he stepped mile In SHO- If like beget cm grtjhe right kind of horiei by breeding to Kibolh Jr You will note thief Bullion lies the blood of Old Nabolb Itambletonlau 10 Old Meocuger Chief Ited Wllkei Ueorge Wllkei Minbrlno Chief Illol Jr mid Ilirry Clay IKhiaitKK Kaholh IOOII ItttU He by Walilngham JIM tire of Latitude J mud several other a In the lIt Walnlniham by Oeorge Wllkei Old Niboth dam Tln l by Ueingcr Mitrock IM ton of Second dim Be ililer to June unwell Jr bf Hambletonlin Third dam Jeil Bare by Harry Fonrth dam by Liberty mn of by Amerlem Rellp e- Niboth JriFlmt dun by Me euger Chief Jr by Old Me engerChltf Second lam by Trlt Havll by ned Wllkea Third dam Thoroughbred N taneaiter Ky mod will le permitted tofervenire it the very low prlcellAOOlo I prepared to can for stock from a dUtinca at reasonable price bit uo retponitbllltr mmmed for accident or eicitpe of toca committed to uy cart NOTICKi Sibolh Jr la the tire ot tha colt thief won thelioo champion colt slats Kino the sire of the winner of the yearling stake at the Luiciiter Fair IMH ftllN II horse a old great nttral I speed hone Iwac treed air till like 011 II folD first 4 will the oliM at stable in hUln colt am gone of barn for trr r con tinue gnu ad drays lids Clay lance be kaptduring eramon my aliving BURTON LANCASTER KENTUCKY I III W B rI 4 r ARD 1 eeeeaeeeeee Farm and Stock UOMINU EVENTS Lancaster Pair July 2830 Kentucky fleet Cattle Association In May Kentucky State Fair at Louisville September 13iti to 18th Clay A mold sold an extra good of mare Walker R M Went Co has purchased from Madison county parties hemp the amount of 700000 pounds paying from to I5GO Col John T Hutches of Lexington sold to W W Wyatt ot Carthage enn a twoyearold saddle stallion by Rex McDonald dam by Illghlani- I Denmark second dam by Rex Peavln fur 1750 J I Hamilton sold to Q 11 Lane Oeuna Vista Ky the 4 year old black stallion Chester Ulackmoro 3720 Bin Chester Due 10 dam Nettle 3G61 bj Bourbon Chief 070 2nd by Peavlnc 85 for N L WIlllftirdTbouKbt of Tom Stli gall 63 acres of land known as the Co rum farm Mr Williford nan Indus irlous man and of high standings li his commutiltyand the RECORD pre diets a prosperous lire fur him King Fox No 74 IBSs Nota better bred Jersey bull Descended from a OXK line o milk pall Will be to serve approved cows lit I3 ash at time o service wllh ret At m barn on Hamilton Avenue In LancaF ter Ky QD Swlnebroad 219 tf The farm of Mettle and Spurr on Greendale pike four mile from Lexington wan sold a few ago at auction and brought the of 210 and acre or for the en tire place It was bought by Fred Relsor It contains 25 acres with modern 5 room cottage This Is th highest price paid for farming land lii Kentucky for many years Rlclimon Climax I Declaring that thIS fanner should receive as much profit from his busl ness as the or merchant and the minimum price of wheat 01 the farm should be 1125 a bushel tbi Secretary of Equity trans mitttd a paper to Congress showlni the cost of farm materials machinery etc The figures show that the cost of producing wheat Is 1110 Much more attention will be paid li the future to breeding mules as then teems to be more money In them In any other class of live stock now Ordinary mules now bring 1125 ad against I7S and 81 a few years ago The better class o twoyearolds bring as high as 1200 Older mules that are well broken an selling from 1200 to 1275 cuchHnd Vane ones go even a little higher Of couritt It Is necessary to have good lacks It breed good mules Harrodsburg In the State of Massachusetts mor statistics are kept very closely Fur a period of forty tbree years thli problem was carefully watched und tilt death and awe of each person In order to ascertain what occupa are most apt to conduce to lung life First on the list are those who till the Farmers are given an average longevity by these statistics of a little over years It thus appear that farmers live on an aver ago nearly twelve years longer than people who follow any other occupa tion Uncle Sam lias now less than one hundred million acres of laud left that U tit fur agricultural use This Is less than one ucre fur each person living under ills protection In forty years the government statisti cian says we snail have two hundred million people III tho United States On the other lund because our tar merit are constantly skinning and de pletlng the rate of production Is steady dncreaslng Contrast this with tillS condition In Europe where the population U fur denser than In the United States There the rate of yielding wheat Is wo or three times u great per acre M here team mules to T U for loa to 5 700 Alf en tuck rl and at the al wee r privilege Jane dan price 15400 II Amercan that Just soil thIS 11011 r r 8 l Misses two yearold Dem- Ocrat taut recorded lions ala six flow FARMERS COLUMN Space below this heading U for the exclo Ive use of our farmer iiibicrlberi and li fur the sate of stock grain and such things on farm M the farmer cannot afford to adver tin No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only In two Issues of the IticoKD I have a good 2 year old Jertey bull for sale R O Urattoii Hubble Ky I have a fresh 0 year old cow that I will sell worth the money J 0 Conn I have a nice four room cottage at Lowell for rent Dr John A Snow den Paint Lick Ky I have pure Boon County White seed corn fur sale at It 25 a bushel Phone 154 F Walton E Muss At one of my oxen got his leg brok en I have Its mate for sale N L Wllllford Preachersvllle Ky I have a limited number of Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale at 50 cts per sitting of 13 Mrs Ida Tlnsley Phone 329 J borrow a copy of Col lins History of Kentucky complete Will handle with care and return soon B I Blankenshlp Prtactiersvllle Ky Wanted A man with good reference to raise 7for 8 acres of tobacco One mile from Lancaster J T Holtzclaw S C Brown Leghorn eggs for hatch big at 60 cents per sitting of 15 Mrs J M Crew Stanford Ky R F D 4 Phone 78 U Tht Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen In the red face hands and body of the little son of II M Adams of Henrietta F Ills awful plight frum eczema had for live years defied all remedies and the best doc tors who said the poisoned blood had affected his lungs and noticing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters pletely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters Is supreme Only 60c Guaranteed by R E Me Roberts Im Loyd Mr James Sanders who has been very sick Is Improving Mm Evy Murphy and little dough ter Llda Mae and also Miss Tensy King spent Wednesday night and Thursday with Mr and Mrs John Hicks Mrs Welslcy Walker and two little daughters spent Saturday with Kirby Tester Mr Henry Ray and wlfa visited Mr and Mrs James Simpson aud family Mrs Pauce Metcalf and daughter Avis are spending several lays with relatives at Paint Lick Mr James Lyterell sold some corn last week for 1350 Mr William Teater an agod and well known citizen past away at 020 clock last Friday morning he had cached the ripe old age of 70 years two sons two brothers and a tost of frlands to mourn their loss The remains were laid to rest In tilt Lancaster Cemetery Large Siberian Industry More than 6000 tons of hides and skins are exported annually from Si burls King Davids Eloquence Eloquence Is accounted the greatest of all pouallilo gifts amoiiK tile Arabs According to Arab tradition tho moat superlative degrvu of eloquence was attained by King David such being the beauty of his diction milled to the poetry of hit words that when be the psalms oven bird aud wild beat were spellbound while on mono occttUona as many as 400 men died from the exceii of delight In duced by iii reading Ohopi off Fowls Hj df Mr Uurioy McClure Carlisle Ky says Llmbtrneck made III appear ante In my flock of two hundred While Leghorn 1 gave them Bourlon Poultry Cute after chopping oil the heads of alt that were unable to walk and did not lose another For bjr J R Mount Co of charge WantedTo Not baffled come I Mu declaimed fowl Sale e I eeueeeeeeeneeee e- eeKe tree heaves fowl Abjvc is n ftlr likeness of Naboth Jr Jivnul by W 1 II uton IAtiur Ur KyI U J I VERDICT 1621 Will snake cams ofI J l my place title from tan 1oor llou e flke Verdict li dark 1 4 hands coming with ai much natural mud action ai any stallion living i flue will ace combining all the iiualttle breeding ityle and action that gd to make a great lire and flritclati If the law ot nature npeali Itnelf thai like begets llkelbrn yon have au Ideal stock horse In Verdict I claim that Verdict carries more of the blood of Old IVarln cud Wmlilngton Denmark than any horse living at hit breeding will slow Verdict career rarely been rnualcd winning ai 1 year old and M a S straight through the Fair Circuit without a hrvak cloilng hit 3yearobl tam paign at the tionlivllle Hone Show by winning two first In his class and wlmliig hit clan for italllont any amp thus the the aged ilallloni Irom Kentucky Trunenee and Ulnourl Inn ring of Verdict bot career was cut ihorUn lIes by ilcknen only towing at Richmond aud Iexiugtou where he won lint premium In aged lu 1JOl Verdict had fully recovered from bli Illneii and making heavy teaiou he ihowed Brit at Klrkivllle where he won the tiCOitake for best atalllon mare or gel din also first for beat aged lalllon Ills second show wai Lexington where be won first then to Harrodiburg where he won nut In aged itallloni lint In Bweepitake la first In combined ring and first In model rung at this fair Verdict met with an unfortunate accident which kept him from going to the Ixmlivlllv Hone Show for which he was being ipeclally prepared under thy able iirYlilon of Mat H Cohen Pedigree Verdict by IWlj by Illack BUlrr l M by Black Eagle 71 i by by yiUlngton Denmark AI Verdict Jay Bird lOllrVfleavlne M 2d dam by Young Diamond he by Dla noui fienmark M liy V hlngton Denmark Cl y Cero Oordo dam Mill Hlconiomr ll y King turban he by Peavlne IS King Inaro tbor by ported rhiro RIchmond Jenny by Stonewall Jackion 74 by Denmark 4 You will see that thrUm to 1eavlneM Old Ieavlne and Waihlogton Denmark thus combining the two of the greatest show banes that ever lived TERMS Verdlctyfll b Allownl to Serve Marie at To Insure a Living Colt In which event Men I retained on the colt for the service fee Care to prevent accident but not reipouilble bonld tnyoccnr A K Walker On Poor House Pike four and one half miles from Lancaster cuter I chestnut style mare or to look a producer a how horse b II going ngsluat pick of 1111 stallion II at Cero Rlchuda m dam Lynn 1161 W1I lIOn race titre boo of on year uld as any grldfugyou as year old ties second lu hones clas after entries 1691 died Oordo King wllllamsSit Inn Mice Verdle times to a taken Hltjory Of Tobacco In an Important tobacco bulletin Is sued by the Kentucky Experlnvnta Station among many Instructive valuable articles concerning tobacco appears the following brief history o the weed Tobacco says the bul akin belongs to the order of plants commnnly known as the nlghUhadt molly I U generic name was given It In honor nf Jean Nlcut French Ambassador to Portugal Ir 1600 Tho aborlnglnes of America grew tobacco lung before true advent of the white man The French ex plorers Marquette and LaSallee found It In cultivation and use by Ilk Indians along the Mississippi and Ohio rivers and their tributaries at early as 1000 and 1073 In 1750 nearly one hundred years later Captain Christopher Gist an agent for the Ohio Company came down the Ohio river and found tobacco being growm by a tribe of Indians at Slmwanestown the present site of Portsmouth Ohio During the same time tobacco was be InK grown by the Shawanese at the present site of Indian Field Ky Clark county It was grown At Boons bow and later tobacco became aa his tory relates a medium of exchange serving the purpose of money While Burley was first grown In Brown coun ty Ohio and then transplanted Into Kentucky where It thrives us In no other The Blbl It la said that whoa the Hlbla wai translated Into Japanese mi equivalent to the word baptlie not to bo found tliu word soak laud to be timed lintouil no that the Jajrnneao acquainted with a person of tho name of John tho Soaker and wills a dos trine of soaking for tho roulaulon of alna Good Llnmint You will hunt u good while before you find a preparation that la equal to Clminberlalns Llnlmentjts a cure for muscular and rheumatiopalim fur the cure ol sprains and soieness of the muscles It itt lushly valuable fur lame back and all deep seated muscu lar pains JW sod CO coot sizes fur sale by F P FfUble was mild are and Nlc tina Japanese lmA Hidden In Vain A young lady who wears ono o lljose big hats has endured all th gibes and leers cut nt her chapeau In IlKiilficd silence The Inlet ntnw was the rework that a frlem makes every limo he meets hor Como out from under that lint he calls Wo all know you are th ro Boston Record Prof Hi A of Havana Cube Recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy As long as 1 can remember my mother was a faithful user and friend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never In my life have I realized Itn true value until now writes Prof II A Howell of HowelPs American School Havana Cuba On the of February 31 our baby was taken sick with a very severe cold the next day was worse and the following night his condition was desperate He could not lie down and It was necessary to have him In the arms ever moment Even then his breath log 1 did not think he would live until morning At lust I thought of my mothers remedy Chamburlalnrt Coughs Remedy which we gave and ItalTorded prompt relief and now three days later ho hat fully recovered Under tho circum stances I would moment In saying that Chamberlains Coughs Remedy and Unit wily saved the life of our dear little boy For sale by P Fnsble 1m Imitators of Narcissus Wonion ua a rule im no Intensely and so naturally cojuottUh that on a desert Inland they would look fur wa ter not a beverage but for use as tulrror Zeltung Vienna Disturbing The telephone hag destroyed all the privacy of society said the nocaly girl It brooks In on evorylhlng Nothing sacred to It You may bd laying your prayer fhu telephone Or In the nildtt of your bath fhu lobo Phone Or doing up your back hair r worst of all a delightful man may be making to you when kllng KlhiKl Tl elvphone breaks oft the thread of hli theme and he halt to resume t however Howell was dlllcull not hesHal 0 a b as The Telephone is love o tnigh a k ling a e- as 1 j es Lt REX 1467 Will make the season I N Dnny fitfUl 4 milt t fnun Lancaster on Rlchmmd pike nt J 2 fur n llvhij Icuil DENNY BROTHERS OO OOOO OOf- I 1 r III Grc X loot ut J I 21ff Luncuste OOC OOOOOO X OOQOC i ucjkI1 Tt out tied Stulliotl Stonewall Jackson This flue black saddle ilalllnn waafrid bj the gnat addte breeding italllonkld 8tour wall Till colts tam a mart He It ante colt lit goo l breeding lure nu tll weaning time We lieuon all until paid for llarreu lo Maud by the Imprrgnator rlect me M luthtibreedllg black Jack wai tired by MJerJohii haul Imported Jack ile will wake Ih ot IM at my turn at to lH nr a cell until weaning time Ill get Of 11 wow ou my farm toihonr for br e llng He M a lure foal getter A T TIUVIOR A SONS Ilraiant tint Dreedlnii rarmSlauford UK li So I iwm BOLTACRAT 47417 auk lie to prove oj Is boll W hare Billy r ckinridgo II season wee lie his Cal Wilt atsnda Colts sire made This flue I4 trot Lila god u He will make the of woo our Stable on llcrrlngivenuo at 15 to Insure HOLTACUAT re ord 224 IH a Marl itallion by liurmndA 6871 dam Carrl Mack by Camp FcrtiUMin 4UI grand dam by Mambrlno etc I by Hanker 4114 dam Pdlllo liollacratV ots have record bnltc1 lion 230 CritpMiiKdvr III TifH Muck Ruhr Uo 2231 J I 227 Joe Taylor 221 tnd 22U licrmtidaH Colts til have records under 230 UK IH alw ho cusp of Carrlo Mack Itullacruli dam thus proving thus he IS from i strain of winning stock himself Ing a winner Money punitively duo If inure li parted with sold or bred to unothci We are out responsible fit accidents should any occur Wo will also stand at same line place Daws Hughe Jr At 800 to Influro a Mvlng Cult Block Jack IS hoods high who Inn xhown ROIIIU of the bent colls In Oar rural County J I H C HAMILTON Lancaster Kentucky Wagner Fooled the Critics Hero U a story of Wugnnis to London In 18BB After Ilio Phil harmonic concur the critics ro proaclitd him for conducllni a nol tliovon byiuphony without Ito score At tlio second concert to natlafy Ids audlunco Wagner had a partition on hU look which ho frtiiuiuttly con suited Tim critics declared tho Im proytiiiunt wilt nuirkod Tliu secure however was Hogalnltt llorblor do Sovlllo To Stock Men Tho Jleooid is prewired than eiw or Jforw card with or without Itopiotitro of your qiiiniul SIll un al Living Colt Jr Bermudas Ire is P tc en II get 211 2171 hr aUld first balk o1t lip tIlCCI JO1t I au b visits Hvcrylhlig f r Oichird Lnwn anti H FHillcnmcyer 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