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THE CENTRAL RECORDPURK HEMOioir vtiTAnmaitKb DKMOCUACY AND aoon OOVKUSMRNT TWKHTtKTlt tJMf LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 0 b r J r H 11- f won w r J 4 ivuraaai a Buggies Surries Caits Harness Etc If you aro looking for a real bargain dont pass us by We believe thnt wo have the cst for the money Wheel Guaranteed NOT TO GET Loose in the Hub Wo luuo a side spring long shaft Brake Cartwhich is tho pride of nil Horsemen Guns and Give us your Painting Rubber ing Repairing etc Work First Class CONN BROTHERS 1 Ll 1 Runa outs u Buggyout r tn it I r t J- I d tt j X3t4X 7 r a p t-p r k i sciM v ofllca on Saturday before Enter I J I duller accepted a position ai assistant Pnst Master W III West I manniflnK Rural Rout number Knights Templar 08 Orecnlcaf J M RollmOll nod J L OKI attended the funeral of Col Samuel II Stoop Hi Richmond on Tuesday Thin In the week of prayer with W II M Wednesday Thursday and Vrldar will devoted to prayer service Sunday school will begin at the Pleasant 11111 acliool house on new Danville pike Sunday attoanpon April 11 An unusual run on advertising forced the omlulcn of much good read Inn matter thla week Contributors will the situation A Ulblo chair is to be established In Kentucky University The Lancas ter Chrlitlan church has been asked to contribute 1100 Over 100 was given Sunday morning at Sunday school Through an oversight there was nn omission of two Honor Roll Students of the Lancaster Graded School They are Bessie thrown Of the twelfth grade and Elizabeth Ford of the sixth grade Death of Mr Lee Mrs W U Lee died at her homo at Nina on Thursday of rheumatism of the heart aged 39 years The deceas ed Is survived by liar husband two daughters a sister one brother and mother The burial occurred Friday In the family burying ground Good E mple for other Towns Our efllclentClty Council deserves the thanks of the people for having absolutely swept the streets and the public a thing of beauty This Is not only helpful In appear ance out In sanitary conditions as clouds of dust disseminate disease and have bad effect on the throat and lungs Lodgss Dr Wllfley speaks a great truth when he says I never put anything above the church of Christ No lodge not all the lodges together can super sede the organized church but by the side of the church are great Institu tions aiding encourglog andreinforc Ing doing a work the church Is not expected to Fraternal benefit societies are preaching the gospel of good cheer the doctrine of kindness of brotherly love of wise provision for the future and the rainy day 0 f3 The La lee Methodlat church will have a xchange at Clio pest 3 ho I I duo ofa has th- C sea e r I Outing Suits I c that have the true neg ligec effect and yet arc most artistically tailored i the kind or clothes that look and foci so well on a man in hot 2- f weather I The Globe Q- I I Company t tOf Cincinnati titi make them to order at very o rellonable prices Ask UI fQ to show the Globe Une of outing fabrics and hunt tdredlof other fine suiting In the smartest weavn and 5 color conceits I J H T LagDII tiNilf t hiNNiN ii NN i4 itNttt UUr Ly 3 r u Tailoring i y u y 4t you t 7y The Ladles Aid Society will meet Saturday with Mrs J Robinson on Lexington Ave The Fiscal Court was In session Tuesday mid will meet again Friday when they will consider and lot con tracts for repairing of turnpike The L ft N will bniiln to run their excursion to Cincinnati Sunday April 18th and will continue to run every other Sunday during the sum mer The Stale Hoard of Kqnllizallon hiss Incrisscd the valuation of town lots In this city 10 per cent This Is not bad our property Is really Increasing In value Several members of the Masonic Lodge went to Stanford Mon day night to assist In conferring third degree In Masonry After the lodge beautiful banquet was given and our men report a time The Juniors of the Christian Church will give an Easter Cantata The Message of the Lilies Sunday night They cordially Invite their friends and all others who are Inter ested In children work The Tenth District Bible School Convention of the Christian churches meets at Richmond on the night of April 20th and continues through the 21st The counties Included are Gar rard Madison Lincoln and Pulaskl A large attendance Is desired and ex pected Fancy Work- I have a vary pretty line of Fancy Embroidered Waists Collars Ties Belli Pieces etc work ed both In fio and two colors Also a lot of pretty designs for stamping Call and see themMiss Fannie Wilson First It Game The first ball game of the season was played here Friday afternoon be tween Lancaster and Frankfort K N and I I teams and a large crowd of enthusiasts witnessed It the coolness of the evening Un the Frankfort team ran 12 scores to Lancasters Newspaper Men At Eitlll At meeting of executive commit tee Kentucky Press Association held at Louisville Thursday It was decided to bold the summer meeting and out Ing at Kstlll Springs the last week In Juno This will bo hailed with de tight by the pencil pushers who have had the pleasure of meeting at this delightful resort Committees were appointed to make all necessary rangements prepare program etc It Is the Intention to produce many new features to entertain the press boys and Manager Riddell will feed them on the fat of the lamb The secretary will send out Information soon as all arrangements are complet ed Indications point to the largest attendance In history of the associa tion as the newspaper men have learn ed that a week spent at a dellgbliu with his brothers Unproductive of more pleasure rest and recreation than anything he can try to say noth hug of the good derived from listening to the exchange of views by newspaper men Richmond What Lancaster Needs We have spoken In our columns times In regard to the necessity of a Commercial Club In Lancaster and It has met with much Interest yet not enough to organize The columns of time RKCOHD are open to any suggestion along this line and would ask for our next publica tion nominations for the following officers Pcsldenl Vice President Secretary nd Treasurer At the same time that nominations otter ed It might be wise to suggest a date to meet for organization The more we get Into It the less It will cost us and certainly the yearly dues would not be enough to stand In any wideawake mans way of offering his name as a member Today Is short Yesterday Is gone Tomorrow may never come If were going to organize lets get City Council Considerable business was disposed of by the City Council on Monday night and that body Is very watchful of the peoples interests A was appointed to solicit and to oil tho public square and part of the streets an arc light was ordered for Water Street an ordinance was seeking to repeal an ordinance against pool rooms L E llorrou that he had secured a stray pout back of Mrs Ann Roblusona and Is ready to tako up all stock running largeCity Walker stated that Senator Bradley wrote him that ho would Introduce a bill asking for a public building here If ho could get reasonable prices on suitable which to erect It Ho read an agree mont by those adjoining tho alloy North of the post ofllce to closo It If It became necessary In time construe lion of the building The council made an order consistent with this agreement An attempt will be made 13 get prices also on property the North tide of tltt public square which would be a more deslr wants the building and It would be a great Im provement anti make other properly wore I II Lancaster S rt C tro colored are practical several busy committee Introduced reported property- on I thin Cantata despite the e resort are ad- Joining A Useful end Cultured Man It nlTunU us a proud satisfaction to give a brief sketch of tho work and career of I PROF D W BRIDGES Principal of Lancaster Graded School Ho was born In Bedford county Ten nessee on Jan 20 1873 Ho graduated from Hayncs McLean School LewIs burg Tennessee In 1801 taught four years In county schools entered University In 1808 gradual ing In 1003 taught In the University preparatory school 100203 was prin cipal of Carthage Training school one year was Superintendent or Greenfield Tenn Graded Schools for three years 10011007 was State Institute Instructor In Tennessee during summers of 10001007 arid Prln clpal of Lancaster Graded School 1907 1000 Ho Is a man full of experience and possessed of rare attainments at tractive In personal appearance a gifted speaker having the power to condense his style being chaste and hits diction pure Ills life Is given to the causo of education and his work here has been absolutely satisfactory having charge of three hundred stu dents and a splendid faculty Ills su perlor ability and his power and aptitude In organization and dls cipline are remarkable Not least among his superior qual lOcations are thoroughness In work and the happy faculty of Imparting knowledge to the student Ills char acter for morality Is beyond reproach and he always advocates those con ditions that tend to promote the best Interests of the community The re nulls of his labors horn furnish abun deaf proof of the truth of the forego Ing assertions G S Kelleyd faithful dog Ponto was accidentally killed by an last week at Marksbury To The Press Gang Bride end Groom The Climax Is told by Manager Rid dell of Esllll Springs that he will tend the courtesies of the resort with out the couple attending the press association meeting as bride and groom Either time groom or bride must be a member of the Association Allen Pulllum Hutton both Richard sons and others will proceed to get busy A Promising Lawyer In one of the largo classes of young lawyers that stood the examination before Judge Marshal at La Grange a few days ago Green Clay Walker was admitted to practice at the liar Green Clay Is gifted with a bright mind and In Instances has proven his oratorical qualities having won first honors In the Blue Grass Tournament held hero a few years past Green Clay Is a son of the late Judge W E Walker and Mrs Dorcas Walker and a brother of City Attorney L L Walker of this place of whom too much could not be said of his success having given satisfaction to the Louis ville Nashville R R sutllclent to be retained as their attorney for years Not wishing tosco a family divided against Itself yet we hope Moon will hang out his shingle In Lancaster Convention at Seelback Hotel People In this county are In the commercial convention which Lisa been culled to meet In Louisville April 23 The meeting will be held in the Rod Room of the Seelback Hotel and will last that afternoon being followed In tho evening by a banquet tendered by the Commercial Club The delegates will be given the freedom of tho Southern Electrical and Industrial Exposition which will be open at that time A call sent out by the Commercial Club of Louisville which Is arrung lug the affair has gone to every com merclal body and county Judge In time State It Is asked that delegates be appointed by theta to represent each county Tliq convention Is expected to have representation trout at least 100 counties In Kentucky so that It will bo the most Inclusive gathering of tho sort since time last State Develop menl Convention Time object of the meeting Is to make time men of all sections of lon tucky known to those of other sec lions Time McCracken county man smith the Carroll county man are to get together and the Uullltt county man and Hell county nan are to exchange Ideas Time delegates will bring liifor matlon of the resources and needs of their respective counties and this In formation will be tiled It will be the first time that a systematic effort has been made to Informa Tennes ice executive el- priceto many Cumberland automobile Interested Ion i liruprO VWIcILSt I7arvI e2Nf t HOR SE fURNISNIN tS Buggies Surries AND Runabouts I And you can Runabout a lifetime and you will I find Our Buggies and Our Prices always right We will save you money This is evi danced by our increased sales Harness Harness In- Haselden Bros I I I SSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSS SS9S B L n x f hia t4n tt 8 61 CZ 0 A Land Sales Hughes Swlnebroad the real es tate men report that they have Just sold for Henry A Burdett his farms near Bryantsvllle 11 miles from to James N Sloan of Lincoln county at 105 per acre Possession November 1st They also sold for Thomas McMillan his house and lot on Hamilton to H 0 Hamilton for 075 cash Death of Dick Gentry Richard Gentry known to his throughout the South and West as Dick Gentry died In Lexington Friday after an Illness of several months He a member of a Lin coln county family being a brother of Smith Gentry for years junior of the firm of Baker Gentry proprietors of the Kingston stock farm owners of an ra clng stable He and his fathers family were well known In this county and had many friends here Publishers League Meet In Lexington At a meeting of the Eighth District Publishers League held Saturday In the ordinary of the Phoe nix Hotel arrangements were made for the entertainment of the delegates to the Kentucky State Press Association which will have Its annual reunion at Estil springs some time In June The meeting was called at 2 oclock and was presided over by President D M Button of Harrodsburg Among those present were D M Mutton Harrodsburg A D Miller Richmond Harry McCarty Nicholas vllle James Sowers Valley View Louis Landram Richmond U E Woods Richmond Stanley Frost Bc rea Edward Shlnnlck Shelby vllle J R Paxton Lawrcnceburg George Doghny DanvlllejTImotby Needham Mt Sterling Judge N H McNew Carlisle Charles T White Harrods burg Lexington Herald We regret that we were unable to attend this meeting but will surely be on hand at Estill and hope that the meeting will be pleasant and Instructive abounding fits for time fraternity Colored School Commencement The commencement exercises of the Lancaster Colored Public School at the Court louse Thursday and Friday nights of last week Tne exercises of the first night con slated of a beautiful cantata A Dream of Fairy a beautiful drill being by the pupils of the Primary and Intermediate depart meets Tho exercises showed careful preparation and time of these grades Mrs Mary Leavell and Miss Lillie Mason deserve much credit for the excellent rendition of the program On Friday night the program was given before a large and appreciative audience who Tiber ally applauded the orations and essays Many vocal and Instrumental selec duns added greatly to the program Prof E E Reed of Frankfort de livered the Commencement adddreas Citizenship In a Democracy Prof F M Wood of Lebanon presented the diplomas to the following Nellie Pollard Ethel Waldo Fan rile Lewis Llulo Penman and Frank AndersonThe of this school Is due greatly to the excellent management of the Principal Prof L D Williams He has all tho lequlremenU that go to make principal worth having and useless to say he can undoubtedly hold the position for next year If he so desires Intimates member afternoon occurred Lan land to Commencement Lancaster Avenue wig rendered tchers graduates General News Admiral Pascual Cervera who commanded the Spanish fleet In the battle Of Santiago Cuba died Satur dayJames J Jeffries bos posted 10000 to bind a match with Jack Johnson the colored champio- nIt Is reported In New York that the Standard 011 Company of New Jersey Is to Increase Its capitalization from 1100000000 to There are some who still speak ills paragingly of statewide prohibition Representative Victor Murdock of Kansas has Idtroduced a bill In Con gress calling upon the States to refund the money that Andrew Jackson dis trlbuted among them In 1830 when Fire In a barn presum ably from a carelessly dropped cigar ette started conflagration in Fort Worth Tex which swept over many blocks In the residence section of the city destroying four churches more than 200d welling houses and the shops and roundhouses of the Texas Pacific railroad The body of 10 Harold Moon who disappeared from Flint Mich on February 27 and who was supposed to have been kidnaped was found In Thread Lake Rewards ag gregating 11300 had been offered for the boys return to his home He was evidently drowned while skating The House Committee on Ways and Means at a full meeting decided to vailing duty on coffee The also struck out the proviso In the lumber schedule fixing a countervail lug duty That the Payne bill was filled with riotous Imperfections was a false pre tense was designed to cover up the extravagance of the Republican Ad ministration that It did not redeem party pledges and that It sounded the death knell of the dominant party wore some of tho criticisms passed up on the measure by the Democrats In the House An Interesting feature of the debate was the speech of Pablo Ocampo De Leon the Philippine com Islands Onethird of our counties are with out prisoners In their Jails or paupers III their poorhouso onehalf of our counties contributed no convicts to our prison population last year and onehalf of our prison Inmates never lived In Kansas long enough to lain a residence here Our educational Insti tutions never to flourishing Our churches were never to strong nor the spiritual outlook more hopeful The saloon has been practically banished from our state and Its baneful influence most entirely eliminated All of these things should touch the of our better nature and make them vibrate with the reverent sentiment Praise God from whom Laytsn Jerome Layton a respected farmer ago about 60 years died at home near Mcureary on Sunday qven lug of tuberculosis lller funeral services many relatives and friends followed the remains to Spoonvlllev cemetery on Monday for Deceased was related to many eicej VIC referrIng publiclands committee provisionfor cords now la feD popls r year old removing y were highly his i eat 16- CENTRAL RECORD ISiUltO II W A VICAR F 8 HUGHES EdfPubr golitid In xinMiifr r oi StctntClait Mail Walk Momb r Ky PfM Auoolatlen Elohth Otttrlet Publisher Ltigu Lnnc lt r Ky April 9 1909 n t FtrPotltleal AnnounoamanU For Ircctact and City OlflcM 1 GOO For County Offlco 1000 Pir Sutra and District OfflccnT 1500 For Cells per line to per llneu 10 For all publlciUoite In trie Inter cut of IndlvldunMTjreipremlon of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 KIt al Ott mild t It It It i lit lbd Fur t Democratic For State Senator It L Rubble For Circuit Clerk W II Mason For County Jud e A I Ford her County Attorney J E Riblnson For Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Qeo T Ballard For School Superintendent Mfas Jen For Jailer Jack Adams For Asseusjrj S CarrIer For Magistrate District No 2 J II Dunn Fur Magistrate District No 1 J P Buurte 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 this district I a primary election M C SAUKLKV We are authorized to announce Hon Chili A Hurdin of IlarrodRburir as a candidate for renomination fur the office or Commonwealth Attorney for the 13 h Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Hon John Sam as a candidate for the nomination fur circuit of this the 13i h district subject to the action of the Democratic Party The tariff bill Is the biggest joke of this generation and tbe debate Is a farce The twelvcpaifo issur of the Dan ville Advocate last week was beautl ful In appearance and makeup and full of attractive and Instructive matter The Kentucky State Journal says that Tuft and to carry Kentucky by the of pie but it truly says that the democrats will vote next time and S Senatorshlps will nut be traded br whiskey people for votes to kill temperance legislation Mr Simeon Cook of Shelby county Is a candidate for Commissioner ot Prisons and Is represented by The a Slmno pure democrat and altogether worthy having served as Master Commissioner and at as Chief Clerk of the Corpora tion Department and Assistant rotary of State Some are exulting over tbe fact that the Court of Appeals In a de cision said The right to use liquor for ones own comfort If the use Is without direct Injury to the public II one of a citizens natural and rights guaranteed to him by the Constitution Nobody ever claimed to the contrary A man can get all the whiskey he wants so Is not suspected of selling It and drink un til bodies provident ho dues so with out Injury to the public which Is difficult to do as he may get drunk and commit a breach of the peace or neglect Ids family We have favored all enterprises for the of Lancaster and Qarrard county A tobacco warehouse has been completed and Is doing a thrlv log business We have given a help Ing band to Prof Bridges In his ad vocacy of a High School building By establishing such an Institution much of the monoypald for education will be kept at home and our wealth and population will approximate that of two nelgbborlpg towns which owe their prosperity to their schools lie aides this keeping the children under the control of their parents Is worth more than a dozen such buildings to prevent sending them to boarding schools The next enterprise mud one which seems to be favored by people along the line and In this city Is the build ing of an Interurban Line to Nicholas vllle We are too tar from the city of Lexington to lose trade as town nearer that city which have such lines have been benefited by them both as a cheap quick and pleasant mesas for travel and quite useful In conveying freight It would bring u more trade than we would lose So let u have the road We appoint John M Farra If 0 Sutton and Jo ttKttuip r a committee to Inquire report who will give the right J oMy 5 Ticket County w prefer Jr confederated distribution that U t ilf Inalienable h wood and I 1 y t nlehlgglns 1 f p r t a s I Bradley have kr r I the i Sentinel as i w i Frankfort Sect lie tf i t I tt t Ointral Welfare Four out of five of the school children In Ientucky are In the rural RChooU Four flfths of the citizens of the commonwealth must depend upon the county ncliooln for their education Thus the general average Intelligence and tho consequent prosperity and happiness of the citizenship Is In dl proportion to tho efficiency of thq country schools Now no one needs to bo told that tho county schools Is thin state hue made almost no progress III the last twenty live years The children are huddled In little old unattractive Gild unsanitary boxes which are called school louses there one teacher Is supposed to teach 76 to 100 pupils In classes ranging through the eight grades of the common school often having forty and fifty recitations a day No teacher III the world can do much under such circumstances It seems to me that a grad plan would be to consolidate the odd schools of the county Into about twen ty live repair or rebuild these twenty five school houses making them at tractive and sanitary Then put two or more teachers Into each of these schools and let schools be graded Two teachers with 160 pupils can do much better work thin one teacher with 75 pupils for the 75 pupils will range through as many classes as the 150 Lengthen the school term to eight or nine months then when tbe pupils Unlsh the common school nnd come up to the High School they are prepared to take up the regular without the usual years delay In In the more populous district graded schools with three to live teachers should be established and If they do so desire a two years high school course can be maintained Then at the county seat should be a highly efficient High School for those pupils of the county who wish to pursue their studies fur ther or be fitted for entrance to col lege But some one objects tucli a scheme calls for Increased taxation Would that people might realize that money paid fur education Is an Investment arid not taxation No Investment pays a better Immediate return In value of property wherever good schools are located and the Increased value of the well trained well edu cated citizen over the Illiterate can not be estimated too highly A local levy of twenty cents for the county at large will be no burden The towns and stiles pay from twen ty live to fifty cents for schools In ad dltluu to the other municipal taxes of seventy live cents to one dollar Scarcely a town Is there In the state which does not as much as two dollars on the hundred The state and county tax In Garrard Is only one dollar Twenty will hard y be felt and with that levy the schools can be extended to eight or nine months teachers can be paid from to 160 a month thus that class teacher the most Im portant factor In any school system Good salaries will bring Into the profession young mon acd women of native ability and will enable them to take special training for their work And here It Is that the High Schwa will he of service to the county schools For the present at least the county schools must depend upon the High School fur the education of the teachers who will take of the rural schools Only one In five of the teachers In the South have bad Normal School course many of them are not even High School graduates My plan and It can be carried out In Uarrard county as It Is elsewhere Is 1st A centrally located High School first class In every respect 2d Two or three graded common schools at convenient localities main taining a twoyear course 3d Consolidation of the remaining schools Into about half the present number 4 h A tax levy of twenty on the hundred dollars to be distributed throughout the county to supplement the state fund The County Board under the law has the power to make these Improvements Will the people approve If not why not D W Bridges principal Lancaster School UUCKKVK Mrs Win Burton has been on the sick list Mr Andrew Bugle had a good horse to die last week Miss Ledna June Locker has return ed home after a weeks visit to Mrs Leo Pendleton Miss Nettle Ray was a visitor In Madison last week Miss Willie Mlles Ray of Stone has been the guest of Miss Ruth Ray Mrs Lula heat Is with her sister Mm J O bugle Ollbert visited relatives In Spencer county recently Miss Nora Long visited her sister Mrs R I Burton last week Mr Llllurd Mlles was with home folks Saturday and Sunday Swpt Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because u careless boatman Ignores the rivers warnings growing ripples und faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache In the back warns you Kidneys need at tentlon If you would essays fatal ladles Dropsy Diabetes or Brlgblv disease Take Electric Hitters at once and nee Backache fly and all your best fetllujis return After long Buttering from work kidneys and limo back one 1100 bottle wholly cured me writes Rj Bltnkenshlp of BellfTeBn 60o R E MoRoberU la e i s J J 0 The every rec Ort ad- Justment I Increased cents added ItO IIIl1h School Graded Dr J S the mat a f f i tine won tber pap attract- Ing teach- Ing cents Only MAHKSHUKir buss Katharine Moore Is teaching a subscription school at Mason Mrs Mpoonatnorodlcd her homo at BucnaVlata a several days III news and was burled In time cemetery at Mt Olivet Friday afternoon Mr conducted tho fu ncrdl services In absence of the pastor Hf Mr Leslie Clark of Jciwamlno were and Sunday Rev 11 MShou c and wife enter tallied the Bible elate at a social Wed ncsduy afternoon Refreshments were served Several farmers hove engaged their of wheat for true UOc to per bushel Mr Fred Sutton of Is visiting his brother Mr II C Sutton Mr John Rout was burned to death on the of Mr A J Rice on last Saturday evening Mr Rout by for a number of years has a nomadic life When on last Sat evening he an old hull of a tree building a Ore to make as the tree caught tire When found Monday morning the farm hands was no horribly burned that he was onlr by a knife and some other trlnkettt he always carried His remains were In tho Fork cem emery Monday afternoon The held II C Simpson brought out the foregoing Mr J M Is constructing a tobacco barn on Unequiltd Cure for Croup Besides belnx an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Cough Remedy Is unequaled as a cure for croup wys Harry Wil son of Wuynctown Ind When glv It Is used successfully In many thousands of inures Fur sale by F P Frlsble 1m Loyd Mrs Bunch Ray Is on the sick lust Mr and Mrs Jessie Simpson were the guests of Mrs Bunch Ray Sunday Mr John Montgomery of Little Hlckman spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs William Whittaker Mrs Joo Prather of McCreary spent Friday with Mrs Walker Mrs Aaron Ray and family are spending several days with her parents at Lancaster Mr Burdett Dally of Madison spent Sunday with leis sister Irvin May Commissioners Sale i f Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT W R Cook PUT vs Carollnr Anderson etal virtue of a judgment of Gar rard Circuit at Its March term 1000 In the styled action 1 as Master will on MONDAY APRIL Wtb moo between the of and 2 hi It being county dill sell to the highest and best at tile court mouse door In mncaster Gar rand county the following described real proper Situated and in tf the town of Lancaster IGarrard aunty Kentucky known an u of vowed to Hampton Anderson as by deed of County Clerks office In 15 page 248 and dated lOib 18UU and bound ed on Joe Johnson on North bv on the East by street Said sale Is made for the of a settlement ot the estateof Hampton Anderson deceased TERMS Said sale will be tirade on a credit of six months and the purchaser be required to execute with security payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said pur chase money bearing open cent minter annum from of sale until the force and effect of a Judgment which execution may paid ut maturity A wll also be upon the land sold fur the payment purchaso money J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Robinson Ally for Tiff This April 7 1000 Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD COURT- M A Sweeney Ear of W Poors will 7 PIT vs Bell Preston Deft virtue of a of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at Its March Term 1009 In above action 1 as A aster Commissioner will on MONDAY 2011 1009 between the hou s a m and 2 p in It being cou curt sell to the highest an I bet bidder at the court house don In Lancaster Oar county Ke the county Ky on Lhf and adjoining the lands of Gun Lane Chas and Gus Scott win others the same Inherited defendant hell Preston from her grandfather tell lIam containing about nine teen 10 acres Said sale Is made fur the purpose of realizing debt cost which Is approximately on day of sale the Sail land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 0 and 13 months will be re to execute bond with se Commissioner for said purchase money bearing a date of sale until paid having time force und elect of u upon execution Issue If not paid at maturity A lien will also be upon tho land sold for the payment purchase money- J WROTH WELL Master Garrard Circuit Court Herndon ft Attji for JV tT t o r otter lIent Clark lit Lancaster and ot Miss Clark 00 b its quarters the night as and sometime the It tell across his rode clarKe u II I Chamberlains ape Mile D Ur t e rendere a e Car missioner hours 1 a co rt Idler Kentuck ulcant wn the hear rceo rard doe tank y M rcll the S uI1I tJle We t I LUIs Burnam on the B ram rst per J E I ClRCU c tit t e PR L tit 10 t da rand tu ky real r In Garrard nd fico t b the KUIIlt nd roodcur I to Interest April Ttk rrwrr- L r schoolhouse Miss Virgil 1 ur comfort attack w run blasuns didO p ssuu arty qua ed urn This DOS t Commissioners Sale of Lund GARRARD CIUOU1T COURT Pflulllio Curter G U Allen mlnhtrators of tho estate of J B Carter Tiffs F J Holnn ft Mollie llolun Della virtue of a judgment of the Oar rard Circuit at Its March term 1000 In the above styled action I a H Master will on MONDAY APRIL 20U 1000 between tho hours of 10 m und 2 the highest mad best at the dour In Lancaster Uar rand Kentucky the following described real In GUI rard and Is de JOn Lick Creek on the Pilot and Creek pike It being thvnume land purchased J Bolun tfoin F II deed dated which Is of record In clerks office In tx page CSS and bounded 01 follows at a point In tile middle if the Copper cornir to Atakd In tlib middle of a corner to same Hardlnsllnc Hard in said road S 62 E 44 poles to the north cdgn road nea a drain thence S E 21 310 to a stone corner to F J Contnpivislng another stone corner to Conn 20 310 thence leaving the road iWd In line to Conn N 4S K 133 to a stake on said line corner to the Creech tract now owned by E L Koehler tence with same N 45 W 13 210 to a stone corner to same thence N 40 E 88 210 to a In the middle of the above named pike thence with pike N 621 W 30 N 60 W 64 poles to the Beginning containing 118 acres Tile following tracts are deducted from the above Two tracts sold by A E Robinson the first con taining 10 acres being conveyed by said A E RobliiMin to as evidenced by deed of record III Oar rard Nu 13 277 specially bounded as follows In Oar county on White Llw the John Hardln faun beginning at a stake In the middle of the dirt road thence the following corners and din tances N 62J V 231 poles N 25 E 62 poles S 65 E 37 30 W 62i to the beginning Tho second now owned by W M containing 18 acres the same by A R Robinson to J W Robinson as evidenced by a deed of record In deed book 11 page 32 and specially de scribed as follows In county on the waters of White Lick ginning at a stake corner to F J onn running thence with same N 481 E 10 0100 chains to a stake In said hue corner thence N 50 W 13 chains to a stake near corner thence with new line S 301 W 15 33100 chalus to a point In road new to Hardln edge of road S 44 E J32 chains to the beginning also a to Level Green church by Robinson con talnlng tUnn i acre Begin fling In the corner with Mrs Jennie and bounded as describe I In a conveyance from Rublruxm to church Tl e above deduction leaves a tract of and containing 801 acres conveyed t F J Boaln F II Koehler OR and date above written I Said sale i for the purpose of realizing in sum of debt In terest and which U approximately the sum of tSOOl 00 to of Said sale under the following condllloiK Illm e set off to tile defen dants a homestead of about 20 acres In eluding the I will sell the of surd tract of land and If this bring the debt In tercst and approximate cost above set out then I sell the whole of said tract of land Including the homestead The boundary of the homestead will be read on day of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six und 12 moulds und purchaser be required to execute pay able to the Master Commissioner for said purchase mon ey bearing cent Interest per an hum from date of sale until paid up on which execution may not paid at maturity the same having thn force and effect of a judgment A lien will also be retained upon land sold for the payment of the purchase mpney J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court L L Walker Ally fur Plaintiff This April 7 UKM PliATWOOl J II McQuerry bought a work mare from Luther McQuerry for Henry Miller sold to W H Furr a sow seven plus and four shoats for 830 Carr gold W H Furr a load of fprf3 75 delivered If farmers would expend half tho zeal In cultivating corn and potatoes that they do on tobacco It would be better for tho county There seems to epidemic of colds JON II Miller J Coldlron wife and little daughter Lucy were all on the sick list as result of severs colds Ills Mother Did you got any marks In school today Tommy Yesm but you couldnt see em unless 1 went In swimming V If the unexpected always happens why not expect It Cover Chat WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest price paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS teats Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber I t Jtt IIJ L t Mad VII It counl cOllr d sell to der Lucky LI M 201003 time Ourrard 8 b Ie with her I me S W 223 to a on rll land now owned W Po Wells then w h a to on mil boundar count cOl vecd anew Hill E o 22100 a stake in east Int mveyed A nO the nlddle f aker eed of A E b the IY mina e c is na e I ellllll and reside e tai to t Ire 55 be an 11M H BNorthcottI n a p- Ill K y s 24 poles le corner chaiis n moro Green st firs Jill corn 4 r e e s 1 OFFICIAL CALL Thq Democratic Committee III mind for the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky met pursuant to tho call of 0 at the of Clicmiiilt In Danville Count y Kentucky on Tuesday March 23 looo ut 2 p m and meat hers were present mooting win called to by Chairman Penny Chairman announced that the election of a Secretary of wild Committee was In lluguolv was duly nominated mill olcccd Secretary of said Uimmlttcc Mr thou inroduccd the following resolu lions which were unanimously 1 A primary election Is hereby tn In the voting precincts if Lincoln Doyle Garrard slid Counllcf between in sad 4 p m on Saturday May 15 1000 fur time of Demo cratic candidates for the offices of ircult Judge and Commonwealths At In and fur the lullclal District ut Kentucky to Ira voted for nt the election looo 2 All Democrats who aro legal voters shall bo to vote In said primary election and arc requested to so 3 person who desires to bo a candidate fur the Democratic nomina tion for Circuit Judge or Common April 30 1000 give notice of such In lenllon In writing tod U Chairman of the District Committee of the Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates fur the nomination for Circuit Judge shall at the time of giving said notice deposit with the aforessld chairman sum of tOOO and candidates for flan for Commonwealths Attorney shall at the time of giving deposit with the chairman 1300 4Ssld District Committee shall toe t nice of the In Danville Kentucky on Wednesday May 5 1000 at 2 p m at the expiration of the time fixed by section 3 Hereof there be nut more linn one candidate for Circuit Judge or Com mon wealths Attorney who has com plied with the conditions of Section 3 then the Committee will declare to be time nominee for the office sought that who Is the only candidate und shall refund to such candidate tho en trance fee paid by him lion of the costs already accrued from advertising and preparing for the disc polls shall bo opened In each and every precinct or the counties the district aforesaid In the usual and regular voting places fl the closing of the polls the officers shall proceed lo count the hal lots and to make returns and sodo Ing shall bo governed by the provisions of the election laws und the returns shall be mane to time chairmen of the respective counties In the the stubbooks the cerllllcatcs and questioned ballots to Ibis Committee 7 The officers of election shall be selected from lists belilTered the candidates In accordance with the provisions the primary election law by the district 8 Each candidate shall bo entitled to designate by written notice to the chairman of each committee In the dliitrlct nut less than live days be tore May 5tb 1000 the name of one person for each voting In each county to act as challenger and In spector for ald candlduteut said prim ary elctlon 0 On the next day time returns shall have been music the committee small meet and canvass the vote cast and ISMIO certificates of nomination 10 The chairman of the district Is directed to employ competent person to copy from registration books made In Danville and llurrods burg In lOOSlho names of all Demo cruts and the person so employed shall requiredbyAA lll tilllcers of election the chairman U I tun I f and prepared time requisite and of ballotsi ni tore and he will procure tbo necessary election supplies cause them to gether wlch to be deliver ed to tile officers of election as re quired by law 11 The chairman will cause hereof certified bv hlrmclf und the secretary of the committee to be at the court house door In Stanford Lancaster Dinvlllo and HurrodHburg amid In twenty other conspicuous places III each county In fir not less than forty days prior to May 16th 1100 and said notice bo published In each Dem ocratlc newspaper District Sold Committee on oration then adjourned G L Penny Chairman Chenault Huguely Secretary M All kinds of Field Sued Buggies I American Wire Fenjce B EJ any heighth fS moo pair of Pants of Shoes Choice 100 j BECKER BaUCol IIKYANTSVII KY II uOolfrj I lice ot II a pur llIe entitled wealths A 11 oriley limn the l1li1111111 meet at lIlcretar leas hltl liThe In all to utter I to be tu the further directed to be for shall bear the fun simile of h II S anti FENCE armlo Im lements too parr i JJI riw adopted called not later 1101 district delivered printed use Moyer 1nurlnlan- I I w A Feeling Of Tl r J d I M I f aY C yell rffw bTa rA 4- YY la Securitywill bo yours If you buy your Carriage from us Everyone who hits bought from us knows this to bo a foci but we want you to know it as well Ihnoo this advertisement you call W J ROMANS Saving at the Spigot Wasting at the Bung I i i i I ttl tI lilt wt I e P ii t 1i 11 g t 4 VVVVV r THE Notional Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus S100QO A H PENNY President J B 5TOHMES Vice frctl- s c new cibiii J F Hoblnkon Aswt Cashr Knibry UookVrwrwr KOTO US Saml DOochran Alex R firuny A 0- Hoblnson Julio K Stornipc S I- Dennr J WI William It I 11 lit L Gill J J WALKKK President 1 t1lI1I r That what buying poor taint in ans by the gallon and tc pour covering power mm wearing the paint is applied its ton late to save Start and use THE SHERWINWILLIAMS owpriced jiJ1I ue xlr1aJaIl to l 1 J d the c win r k Made to paint buildings with SOLD nv R E McROBERTS Druggist PAINT j N Sit Box s fornSafrfpD We Yaft I Solicit BasioESS I WIND STORM CYCLONE AND LIGHTNING INSURANCE BEAZLEY HASELDEN Office National Rink of Lancaster Photic 31 8 L Wood IWl W C FUli Vice Irol W G Ucmptr Citlilir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INUOUrUKATKU c 1 I I I I i t 1 Wo offer you fair treat inont with ovory accom that is consistent with cousorvative Dunking modl t ion 900000 llKC7r lll4t K I ARNOLD IU YN J H BUUIIOW- BIB WOODS K I WOODS yro Flail w o VVNS OJITI1 61100110 SUllIJ11lS f M soy Our Customers fro Fully Protected by Fidelity and Cajuality InsuranceIt J f J S JUIINIION Crest MV Vie OKIANIZHI I88j Tl8 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITOL 50000 t SURPLUS 15000- U I HUDSON Cashier WO RtoNNYi Asst Cashr 0 D WACKKU Hook kooper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DJHKOTOllSt J S Johnson II F Hudson j j Walker Alex Qlhh Lewis L Walker i A Arnold Of LANOASTRR I I Arnold 1 i UT rI f T M i rs bIrIt v tAtVN tIJ Free ANN FreehlfJttrAUM IM1 Free Free SAVE GOLD STAMPS ntul furnish your homo nbsolutoly Free with Numerous Uaoful anti OrimimMilal Articles cost you nothing null can bo secured with ovoiy tOe pur chase at tho following stores fur them H T Logan and Shoes The Joseph Co Dry nd Notions Gill Groceries R E Druggist Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery M K Denny Dentist T S Elkin Son Meats and Fish Cull at any store above mentioned and secure a sav lug book containing worth of COM3 STAMPS start saving them today Samples of premiums can be seen at the Joseph Mercantile Cos store tanks pay interest on what you save Gold Stamps earn picinhiiiis to beautify your home on money you have got to spend Trade only with merchants who give you GOLD STAMPS t rIi A t i 100 ft g M rcantile Go ds Si beets t Ii 100 Vice and limo i Cof liI son MGr THE PUBLIC is invited to visit my store and see the many pretty and useful things I have in stock and to which I am constant ly adding new and beautiful in the way of Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattings tout ninny other timings It is a pleasure to us to show our tfouls Vnll Paper pool Wall Moulding fur nished in new nnd upto date patterns on short notice J C ROBINSON THE FOX STUDIO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock Those who come in the fore noon will avoid time afternoon rush Plntos finished up in every stylo nt rensorwblo prices Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO YOU ARE FRETFUL 9 YOUR HEAD ACHES YOUR LIVER No Better Advice could Iw ofTcrpd you It 1 rin for ono to enjoy Rood honlth If ix out of orclnr ItIn not nocoHsary your HUKllINQ n Cures Constipation Chills and Foyer DyapepcU Malaria and all complaints duo to a Torpcd Liver CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED Vlllll III ma to uses llerblno anti 1 mil BO now entirely cnnult I would not ho without It for tho Tuko ylonnuro lu rocomnioiidlutf it to my v I hID I p r u ITS TDC elANpt i flu tly lom I I havo boon troulll011 for the tour with unllotl uhronka cons lIIln trloml nut 11101 L thsYYIY- rAL ru es e i awlLllrVl ti 11 USEr I past ears uttlon k and Pleasing and Effective A Positive Cure PRICE soc Italian Snow liniment Co 500502 North Second St ST LOUIS I MO ih rly Sold and Recommended by R E McROBERTS f May Mutlo Festival few women opera toiliiy liaro so Interesting n pernonnllty and ii InnplrlnK a lilftlorr M him Mndamo Olive Kromslnil tho great soprano uf tho Metropolitan Opera House who IN to bo time leading ulniiornt the May Muulo Festival tube held III Louis vlllo May 0 7 and 8 Hern has been a story of jbtilBclm overcome and umph urowltitf until todaynho In re Untried M tho ftrcnlctt soprano on tho opoca stake She In to slag on tho final tho festival nod her appearance will bo a notable mu Rlcal event 8TONK Mrs Pearl Grow returned homo list Sunday after upending two weeks with her sister Mrs John Roberts at Lock Mo 8 Mr Ll e McMllllon was tho Kucat of her mother Mm John Ray of Loyd lilt Wednesday Miss Fondue Mae Sanders pent last week with her slater Mrs Jewell MontKomery or liourno- MesdamcH Molllo Fayno and Mary Clouso visited relatives at LcxhiKion part of last week Mrs Eva Murphy and Miss Llnnlo KinK wore Rue U of Mr and Mrs John Hicks of Loyd last Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Samuel Duncan visited tier mother Mrs Mary A Sanders last ThursdayMr Lemay and family visited their father and Sunday Mr Coy Sanders and family were the guests of hits brother L L San ders of Crab Orchard Sunday and MondayThe of Mr William Tester occurred at hU home on Poor Rld e Friday March loth caused by rheuma tism Time burial took place Sunday morning at Lancaster cemetery He was seventy one yearn old member of the Methodist church lie leaves two suns and a number of relatives to mourn their lots Excolli A l Others Mr Jurdy Lowry Wlluiorc Ky says cured some very sick with your Bourbon Poultry Cure and II nd It to bo the best poultry rem edy 1 have over used For sale by J R Mount Co fh Possum and The Negro The possum and tho negro serious problem to Mr Tart After having eaten the possum what Is he going to do about tho negro Eating the possum that Is to say enjoying the entbuiustlc hospitality of the South realizing that the South Is at present more than half Inclined to make a hero of him and that It Is be ginning to expect largo thing from till administration no doubt all this has and will have In tho future a cer Lain effect upon his Southern policy In short the possum and all the talk back and forth across the festive boards to which the possum lent its gracious and juicy presence has likely strengthened Mr Tafti Idea that the Solid South Is and that ho is the man to break It Perhaps but how about tho negro How much of tho Southern point of view with regard to the negro did Mr Taft I in bide while eating the possum Tho tumult and the shouting dies the possums and tho Tails depart Hut the negro Is still here And Mr Taft Is going to show himself a mighty clever politician Indeed If he can the solid Democratic South without at the samn tuna Impairing the Republi can solidity of a few Northern States Don Marquis in Undo Remuss The nome Magazine for March Th New Wool Warfhoui The building of the big wool at Chicago Is going to revolu tlonico the wool business In this comb try to sonic extent It has already shown Its Influence In softening the arrogant attitude of the wool buyers in They have teen In time Hold fur some time showing the social sldo of their natures and trying to curry favor with the sheep raisers Formerly they were naughty and un approachable practically thing their own terms for the seasons crop The now enterprise will put a lid on the operations of the wool trust In the East and now It will be Chicago and not Boston that will hold tho trump cards The wool warehouse at Is practically owned and by tho mon who grow wool With this facility for storing their wool they can be reasonably Independent of the buyer While there Is no desire to use this as a club to force tho market out of a legitimate channel sheep growers will Insist on having their rights and getting all they are en titled to It will have tho effect a more uniform market fur wool and will bo a great convenience to both producers and manufacturers The chances are sumo big wtul factories will start un In Chicago but that will be all time bettor They will bo closer to the pounce of supply and to a great Held for consumption Hoe ton Lisa had her day Work Is being rushed on the new building night and day over 300 workmen being employ td rime projects say it will be ready fur the wool by May 15 One Impor tant feature of this building Is that It will bo absolutely tire proof through out and In that respect at lest will surpass any other wool depository In the world The wool here will be stored and classed and tho will have the very best facilities for getting Just what he wants SJjep herds Crltlendou 4 T I grand hit grand ot Mr Tom t II I represent a P I I I I the West controlled that buyer j r iii r evening Lemnay Saturday chickens Jr breakable urea warehouse Chicago unmaking v k t Which U Which Tho benevolent Id gentleman at tho night of tho two Hlmllnr looking InfunU In tho baby enrrliwe and sold in a pleasant volcu to tho girl In attendance sir replied tho glrli both boys sold tin old gentleman How do you toll them impart Which Is which This one said limo nurse point hug Is this and that iino Ii that Hear mo said tho old gentleman how vary interesting Hut ho Indicating tho second one might not this ono bo It might said tho girl after a short then of course that ono would bo that Well then said time old gentle man how do you manage to separate themWo seldom do but when we want to wo put ono In ono room and the other In snottier Do you Indeed Which one do you put In ono Sometimes this one and sometimes that How know which one yourr putting In which room Wo look nnd sec which In In the other room nnd then wo know the other Is In tho which room Very good rnld tho old gentle man warming up to time problem but If ono 3f them were In time house and the other wero away somewhere would you bo able to tell which was In the Oh yes sir said the girl all wo wuuld have to do would be to look at him and then we would know that the one we saw was the one In the house and then of course the one away somewhere would bo time other There are only two of you see which makes It very easy The benevolent gentleman then passed onPhlladelphla Public Leader Prof Hi A Howell of Havana Cuba Recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy As as 1 can remember my mother wus a faithful user and of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never In my lire lave I realized Its true value until now writes Prof H A Howell f HuwellH American School Havana Cuba On tho night of February 3d our baby was taken sick with a very severe cold the next day was worse and tho following night his condition was desperate Ho could not Ho down and It was necessary to have him In the arm ever moment Even then his breath I did riot think he would live until morning At last I thought of my mothers remedy Chamberlains Couglf Remedy which we gave and ItaHorded prompt relief and now three days has fully recovered Under tho circum stances 1 would not hesitate a moment In saving that Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that only saved tho lift of our little boy For sale by F P Enable 1m Good Comparison A story Is told by a married lady who compared her husband to u hand some piano lamp that ho had present ed to her Her husband felt quite Uttered until she mentioned partl cularsof the resemblance Well she said you know my dear It Ias a good deal of brass about it It Is hand some to look at It Is not remarkably brilliant requires a good deal of at tention Is sometimes unsteady on Its legs liable to explode when half full Hires upoccasionally Is always out at bed tine and U bound to smoke Casey Co News Influence of Newspapers A school teacher who has been a long time engaged In his profession and witnessed tho Influence of a news piper on tho minds of a family of chit dren wrote as follows I have found It to be a universal fact without exception thosescholars of both sexes and of all ages who have access to newspapers at home when compared with thoso who have not arc 1 Better readers excellent In pro nunclallon and consequently read more and understandingly 2 They are better spellers and de title words with case and accuracy 3 They obtain practical knowledge In geography In almost half time time It requires of others as time newspa pore hue made them acquainted with the location of tho Important place of nations their government and doings on the globe 4 Troy aro better grammarians tor having become so familiar with every stylo In tits newspaper true tho commonplace advertisement to tho finished and classical oration of tho statesman they moro readily time meaning of tho text and consequently analyze its construction with accuracy 5 They write better compositions using better language containing more thought more clearly und cor rectly expressed 0 Those young men who have for years been readers of newspapers urjd are always taking the lead In debating soclllcs exhibit a nuiro extensive knowledge upon a greater variety of subjects and express their views with greater fluency clearness and correct nesss Shelby Record Produce Much Iron limo Ural and Wborla produce 657 0 tOilS of Iron each your Id Rathsr Doctor than to have my feet cut oil said M L Prlncovllle III but youll die from gangreen which hall oaten away eight toes If you dont said nit doctors Instead ho used Uucklena Arnica Salvo till wholly cured Its cures pf Eczema Fever Sores Doll Hums and Piles astound time world 25o at U E McttuborW 1m Ail Twits lidded aho l1 doyou was dllltcult comprehend DI UlnlllllulI of uiri1ti1 win srArL sltia slopped Yes list 1 tilt se romp house earnestly them p To Keep When eggs are only required to bo preserved for two or three months they keep very well picked In dry salt or bran limo meat of tho egg may shrink mind rattle within tho shell when Blmton hut IU cdlbllly li nut Impaired Coating tho with vascllno or butter will nlso keep It for it short time or any application which oircellvoly seals tho pores of tho shell and excludes air will prolong tho freshness of eggs If the CM Is even momentarily stiumerKcd In boiling winter the albumen thereby becomes Htiniclcntly coagulated to prevent the entrance of air In sumo of the rural tllslMcls In England and Scotland eggs for homo consumption are smut cd over with a moisture of sulphur and lampblack a cheap und cITectlyo Up Beforo The Bar N II Urown an attorney of Pills Held V writes Wo have used Dr Kinks Now Life Pills for years and hind them such a good family mel Iclne we wouldnt bo without them Fur Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick wonders 2TcatR E McRoberts 1m New Materials for Spring Crepeserges they call tho new woolen weaves that are as soft and plaint as tho most fragile silk and yet thesplcdld ties of tho oldllmo serges Silk serge Is mother of time Spring mate rials that will be new only to the younger generation It Is a of time oldtime diagonal twill ed silk that went under that name years ago It is a liner material both In weave and texture than time ribbed ottoman silks that were used this Winter It will bo worn freely In suits and dresses for It has time good qualities of both materials that give It Its name being firm but wonderfully soft and pliant Voiles and veilings have been pro nounced passe In the the fashion dictionary Nevertheless many of the smart Spring and Summer dresses will b j made In the still lovely thought un fashionable coition voiles Fuulard comes In with the pongees and marquisettes and Its popularity will bo morn firmly fixed than ever So fow trimmings were really well adapted to It and almost every one fell back on the thus worn I combination of foulard and laco ad nauseam Now however redeems time situation Many of the foulards have three and four Inch bands Persian In design and Oriental in coloring lhaiconslllule a Irlmmlng themselves In fact the bordurcs are being shown in all sorts of Spring and Summer materials besides the silks and pongees The Aptll Dellnea tor NOTICE POULTRY RAISERS Now Is time time of year tofeed your fowls a good tonic Rx V 1 U cures Cholera Gapes and Llmbcrncck When bra as a preven native It not only them but makes them cents No Cure No Guaranteed by our drutfdst R E McROBERTS Try It under time guarantee Ask fcr booklet on diseases of poultry 3 123m Just received another Car Load of LaPort BUGGIES We handle only first class Buggies such as KauffmanLaPortand medium line 0 L Hammack Paint Lick Kentucky Dr M B White Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of tho Langshiro V S College England 1800 Phono No 205 Lancaster Kentucky A POSITIVE CURE FOR DANqRUfF ZEMO stops Itching Instantly and will euro any case of or Itching calp destroy tho time hair color andlcave thu clean anti healthy everywhere Write for earn plo 13 Co St Louis MoRaberU Drug Store Ask sample Subscribe for Record i i r Egg egg 11110 nil the bordure Rou Canker ko healthy I PrIce Liu Pa EMO and halo nrlch r for tJie Smr preservative wear detyingquall reincarnation bordered 1 t It will give acal For asleat SHIELD e xo Superb Style Just any ordinary clothing will serve as n make shift but when you Want clothing thats superb ly stylish wears well and fits well buy SHIELD BRAND seven prlcis within the range of 1000 THE LOWEST 2000 THE HIGHEST Tho accompanying cut will give somewhat of an Idea as to the general makeup of Shield Brand Clothing though to bo ablo to appreciate tho toll worth the clotting must be seen sold nt 1 R S BROWNLancaster Kentucky THE Lancaster Steam Laundry has employed Expert Laundry Force With Many Years of Experience Give them u trial They Guarantee THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Bubanks i Vice Pies R Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DA TMimtA utCshier R L Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank Salt Sash Feed Coal Sand Lime Brick Laths Cement Plaster Doors Paints Siding Ceiling Shingles Flooring Varnishes Mouldings Linseed Oil White Lead Hay Posts Grain Lumber Roofing Fenoingt Brackets Columns Bale Ties Field Seeds LANCASTER I DHBER MFG fiifi M MM MM B i W f MM i BWMM M Lancaster Kentucky I J I I L 1 r oocte SeJJ I f t I 11 CO OO COC Iia Ir Ix Satisfactions i OOOOOOOOOQC wj a r ti PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will on THURSDAY APRIL 15 1909 where I now live ono mile tram Lan caster on Stanford pike otter for sale A M the following personal property 1 fouryear pld acting harness mare 10 Gold foaled Juno 01908 Penvlne and dam a Silver also re Klsiered 1 yearling horse colt full brother to fouryca immure descrlb ed above 1 BOO family horse 1 kood work mare 1 mare mule six old 1 Nutwood muraln foal to duo to foul In twoyear old tllly by Duke of by Nubolh Jr 1 wilt by Naboth Jr 1 steer b sows and 20 shoals weluhlng about 100 Ibs 1 registered Uuroo malo hog 2 sets of furniture and a ciinnllna 111 stacks of 100 barrels of corn sold In 10 barrel lots 1 Champion mower 1 Champion rake cut ling 1 1 corn planter 1 Superior wheat and seed disc 1 wagon 1 buggy 1 buckboard 1 cart sets harness Plows gear farming tools o made known on day of sale T II Rublnson Capt Bourne Auctioneer Burnt Motions It always been n mystery to me observed the observer of events and thlngn why It never tires ft man a the him out to quickly to i w WU high dust Winks sound 1 registered vearllnl stud elL Rex MOkl by Rex mare tnd rood year tow ohm r household h 8 A I hag t a damns mnar hill y tar fuur old 1 dally yearn g two horso sprlug nddlet iut wears Wood Red Light Shows Red lights cat be seen at a great er distance than green f Public Sale Dertrlng to elunga my location I willoil WEDNESDAY APRIL l CW Prenoherivllle at outcry following properly owllt Quo milk cow year ling hemmer I steer mare t lu to Jack t thr Ttafold flllr 1 old hone both Silver Klng 3 JttiuMi one broke 3 coming hortmulent t comtcg old mar 300 of hay lot l4 draw 1 twoton wagon 1 i I mowing machine some add plow gear sod many other thing Alto one Jack tale II U lij bamlt high 4 year old shred by Slack Cloud h by Tom Keene b u tried and U a guo l I will at lime and place my fur ol IT acrv This iltualed In Ireachmvllle Uueolu County Kentucky and I o the much dttlrabl In Ibis o calltjri uear church and you oWc U wt red running through lht arm About Ally acre ol bottom land and a good a In county altordii both hemp and tobacco having beta raped on the Und Agoo dw lllugbou outbl trm el Ttooui agood wllar out rom home a vineyard and orchard tlock bun barn MivdlU t to and 7 ol tobacco Alto truant hens on ol Uoomi b told for cash or onethird cash suit rtmaludtrlu out and wo at I p r cent p r aunvm vrlla lieu T rut oa personal prop rly mad known ou day 9 tt 10 Any one desiring la look tt lb proper wU call at tbU J y UOLTXOLAW Oapt An Hoarse Auct Far a m home lu Ke lOll the al and cull t Ilk cow rood foal well I tar mn let barrolt or CorD I of s buggies su plow for breeder offer property I school houe Brake Creek male eaves sore farm Tblelaud will JJ Bale begins oVloot a m farm t Cuoky pees x call Iwo year four yvarold mule three yeaaol Iwo bales e has same one farms well good tobac- Co hold a years b sale Processional to from misery OntorU CiMlfltlos- wide the i tt i for the Savior Mill to trod In BU royal ways fit has tone from In Mi power and lout dlt this Paiilon day fill U the Sill of crow U ibi tbornwrtatb of woe lit bears iris load on ibi tonrowfiil read Had btMk Math At Iwdcn low Bow iwttt li the trace of ills sacred Jtnd lovely beyond compare worn merciless scorn Of a world Be has tome to spare the burden of wrong etrtb lean aloud toll and nil to fed All tint of man slice Me world beian they have laid dear Cord CiChee- Cben on to the tad my 8o4 and my friend With thy bum lifted Mabi thou art come frcw above In thy power and love to and suffer and dill Life Festival r I UI n r If I ell cross I 11111 that 1 I Woman and 1 I the I I itf w T IAVNrM ry 6 aluar4 y Cad a I thee Past F Df r N TUB dim childhood of the human race man not woman was made tho central fig ure It appears of much that celebrated the triumphs of life over death the cdnquests of mankind over the foes that beset and menaced the highest but not the strongest the animals Fatherhood was honored more than motherhood In somo parts of tho crude young world and the pa triarchal head of tho family quite eclipsed his mate or mates In such dls Unction as came from obedience to the Injunction to bo fruitful and mul tiply and replenish the earth It Is different now In this stage of the worlds development the festival of the renewing and reawakening of life Is mainly feminine notwithstand ing the fact that It celebrates the res uerrectlon of tho Son of Man Women not men make of Easter the great spectacle and day of rejoicing which It has become In nearly all parts of the Christian world Women In the churches Women give the Easter streets their glow of color and wealth of charm The world understands now If It did not long ago that woman Is the high priestess of the temple of She Is the mother the curse the guardian angel of childhood She Is the teacher the comforter the home builder She takes few lives and saves many She risks her own life that others may live Woman earns her primacy In the great festival of the years new birth In the realm of the spirit also woman Is the priestess of life She Is the embodiment In a higher degree than man of the hope of the race the buoyancy and faith of the soul the of trust in the reign of good and the triumph of life over death She has more of the resurrection spirit than It Is for this reason quite as much as because of grace and charm and song and laughter that she fits so preeminently the Easter environment She has the spirit and mental outlook of spring She re spends more sensitively and joyously than man to the reawakening of life on the earth the bursting of buds tho unfolding of little leaves the quicken Ing of forest and orchard field and gardenIt easier for woman to believe than for man easier for her to feel thrill to the appeal of the resur rection She enters more Intensely than man into the very heart and soul of the Easter story And the spirit that accepts most unreservedly and giddy Easters religious and his torte meaning Is the spirit which Is best attuned to the springy glory of the world The difference Is clearly marked early In life far more to the girl than to the boy The former not the latter finds that the day appeals to her strongly before she understands much of its significance The boys Interest Is narrower less certain less hearty He Is out of touch with much that his slater feels In the Easter cere monies and the Easter customs From Irifaucy to old age therefore the spring festival is distinctively a womans festival It Is feminine In outward beauty and charm It Is femi nine also In the Inner grace of tho heart that teals and the spirit that be lieves In the reign of good and the un ending triumphs of life over death the cradle over tho grave the new over tho old the soul over tho mortal body A grateful man never has to look Into his pocketbook to see how much has to bo thankful for I predominate I I w mans 4 and Easter Is f be t t oft Mr 6 lifer t I 4 t optimism man j I I I u was all right so tar Helen sat very straight with her toes Just touching the carriage floor and a se T anyway raphlc smile on her chubby face suspected not even grandma who was so busy smiling at all the other old ladles on their way to church It had been difficult gelling In the carriage with It under her arm and although It was hard and seemed to have uneggllke points on it the ride to church was not so bad after all And what a beauty It gold except the pink and flue spots anti they had tiny gold specks on them too Luckily the egg arm was away from grandma so Helen slipped the egg down Into her hand and sat In comfort though with some misgiving as to the safest way of convoying her burden of guilt Into the church One hand No the egg was too big Roth hands No that wouldnt do for grandmas friends were always shaking hands- I Now If lithe girls only wore muffs at Easter then they never did so why think of that Oh there was Simpson opening the door Helen made a convulsive grab at the egg and hooked It up under the pretty lace ruffles but the stealth war unneces sary for grandma was bowing to a very round gentleman with white hair that stuck up fashion around his nice red face So here is little Helen How do Helen1 and he briskly shook her hand Helen It stlflly up and down from the elbow Oh the egg the egg Why hadnt she put It under the other arm That regret quickly left her when grandma took hold of the safe arm and piloted her by It into the church Helen wondered why she had never noticed how many miles and miles of aisle one must travel before grandmas pew was reached while everywhere were people staring with knowing eyes that seemed to say There she Is I Theres the bad child that takes an egg to church nut the Journey end ed and after a little prayer Helen anti tho egg settled comfortably In the big paw What a relief Well she was hero and so was the egg and when she had listened to tho music und hall counted all the organ pipes on each silo who could play with the egg and Helen looked lovingly at Its gorgeous glitter as It lay on tho crimson cushion not on the grandma side but snugly between her and tho dark pew wall Just think of Itl Suslo had boiled It hard anti then she had minted the spots and then she had glided It anti now hero It was III church Who over heard tf an egg In church A warnlnu from grandma who was becoming reminded Helen her glee must b Invisible as w Inaudible wasall timebut toothbrushy pump d T Nobody 1 name curious that Jrrlr 7ICE lt 1bd l H c J q mom QZ And LifesJ al D saifh If11Y n1Y 5 n tov 0s 1 ath ti t- I and rn0rnHasJ u qdChrist IJ0WY qT lslnners lit is At 01 lya 0UI1rlQai The sunOre lm e VYC Becau5 Al co But soon f1r Was IsPjtie Thrd t R t m 1Lt d gave Soul sinand t maKe f4 KAk ran 0 born fro sor a tstn d Throv o Mona- sou cross o 0oft e a sIasi e im an ofarK he n i R1s CATBRTRAGEDY nn AN Tho fat rcdandwhlto man kept walking up and down tho aisle people where to sit mid finally down In the pew directly in front of Helen I thought he used to be a rusher but I wasnt quite sure Helen told the egg The long prayers did not teem half as long as usual for it wasnt hard to kneel when you could put tho egg down In a dark corner and see It gilt ter as you turned It around The or gar pipes lost their old time fasclna tlon and Helen hardly realized that the rector had begun to talk before she heard him say Now to the King and they all jumped up And the egg However In the world could It have jumped right out of hand and Into the fat mans pew Hut it had and there It shone brightly as ever If she could only snatch up quickly She leaned way over make the attempt but every one else was sitting down Sit down Helen whispered grandma sharply and In the blindness humiliating tears Helen sat Visions of disgrace rose up and threatened to overwhelm her To have one of the rushers comp up after church and say Madame Is this your egg and grandma would say Why no and then she would have to say Please Its mine and every body would know that Helen Gardiner had brought an egg to church Oh why hadnt she been born a she wouldnt have to go to church on Easter but could stay at home and roll eggs without waiting until next day Hut most of all maybo grandma not let her have the egg again after the rusher man gave It back and she couldnt roll It even next day Freely ye have received freely give the rector was saying Give what wouldnt sho give just to got tho egg back without grandroxs Perhaps when the man got up Ho was getting upt Of courso he always passed the shiny gold plate and It was time to get her money out of her handkerchief Hut why did grandmas figure stiffen In a sudden dazod comprehension as she gasped In dismay and why did people titter In that disconcerting way They must surely have soon the egg In tho fat mans pew Helen dashed tin tears out of her big eyes and looked at him as ho marched In blissful Ignorance up tho aisles with tho other ushers What was that awful glittering mass ruin on his broad black back Oh It was It weal Sit downs commanded grandma fiercely but the tragedy was too great My eggl my lovely screamed Helen lie sat on Hes boi Easter In the Tyrol Children living In this province o Austria follow bands of musicians who go through tho streets and up the steep hillsides singing Easter carols and playing on guitars The children carry lighted torches and when a song Is finished run up to tho doors and knock on them They open quickly and thero stand the housemothers with lots of beautifully colored eggs for the people of I heathen- so knowledge eggs sp090d Itl o show- Ing heat he a f t would o Its young e t ttuui it m iraiihroirlittijr UndtrwooJ A ttatfrwood 1 Y Every day is a fresh beginning Every day the world made new Madonna Lilies and Other Flowers That Are Sacred r is w N In these sunny lIfo grows orient from the dust a latent con sciousness of wings stirs In tho burled seed and us If from very gladness of heart the sap In the naked trees mounts upward ever upward Into the golden light Tho tiny leaves close clasped togoher In tho bud flutter timidly apart to grow brave green and flaunt their col or on the passing breeze The maple tree In tho yard now hears a voice out ot tho un seen calling from the bluo skUs bidding It come up higher and gladly does It make answer In the tassels and shining leaves telling of new growth and broader horizon on the old arbor tho rough and scraggy grapevine Is sending forth little gray tendrils reaching farther toward heaven and away from the earth that hides its foothold How blithely docs nature echo forth her yearly message to every watting heart her message of resurrection Joyous activity highmounting aspiration Her myriad voices cry through every sense to touch and penetrate the spir it with gladness and good cheer Now readings from the Gospel of eternal hopo are seen on every side In the growth of plant the unfolding of leaf the blossoming of flower Tho woods are full of these shy spring darlings violets dandelions adders tongues spring beauties bluebells and many a nameless wlldllng all hurrying gayly to deck the earth and celebrate the Eastertide Certain flowers and plants have been set apart as sacred things and from the very dawn of history wo hear of altars and wreaths of sacrifice Tho heathen temples were adorned with earths fairest blossoms scattered on tho al tars and twined around the brow of priest and acolyte Tho amaranth bloomed In deathless beauty upon the Olympian heights tho myrtla was be loved of the rose tho Illy the mistletoe wore favorites of legend and myth Tho flowers onco sacred to Freya the spring goddess of northern mythology were chosen for their spot less purity In form and color And whoa heathen myth gave place to Christian truth these sacred treasures were transferred to thu Virgin und came symbols of tho queen of heaven So It Is that In every story of saint or madonna wo find either the Illy or Iho rose tho Illy with Its frnsrnnco Its bonding bowing waving bolls teems lo whisper of purity and wor ship thu rose with Its faint and tar away odor which seems lo hint of eternal hope One might almost u garden with lowers all nanwd fur thu Virgin Mary generally because they i lays rev I green- r lOut bet till always ftower decked Apollo chance to blossom on Our Ladys days such as tho visitation the assumn tlon her birth baptism purification There are ladys slipper ladys mantle ladys fingers ladys smock ladys tresses Virgins bower or clematis begins to bloom tn July tho feast of visitation and Is at full bloom at as sumption In August Tho Illy was first found In connec tlon with the Virgin In tho story ascension to heaven and It orig famed probably In the second century According to this legend It was three days after tho burial of our Lords mother that the apostles visited and opened her grave and found It filled with fragrant spotless lilies Since then these matchless flowers have been called Madonna lilies or flowers of the Virgin The common whlto lily of our gardens that blooms In July and Is tho sweetest mid most graceful of all flowers might well be called holy No one seems to know Its origin It Is never found wild In Palestine nor can we find Just where It grows without culture lint wo seo It In tho failed pictures of old Italian masters and Nelhcrlund painters made long before tho discovery of this New World Nearly all of our great pools have praised this flower Chaucer and Spenser speak of it as a mystical blos som In their faraway gardens and ladys bowers Shakespeare It wall who first said To gild relined gold and paint the lily and these lines from one of his sonnets tell n truth that can never be forgotten For we te t things nourmt by their Ullrn that teeter smell tar titan Milton loved the Illy and always spoke of It In connection with Iho rose as did also Swinburne when ho talks of The lilies and leaguers of virtue The ro e and ruptures of viva And Tennyson says of Mauds garden that It was Fiilrrr than aught In the wnrhl betide All made up of the Illy and the tune Dear old that sweet singer of spring has one Illy thought that Is like n slfih Hut viiiiUhiil men IIke tn a Illy JOlt never can bloom annw Or bring hi to ee a necoml prlne Shelley leas the Illy In his wonder ful garden along with Ida sensitive plant Wordsworth often praises It HiiniH mentions It frequently Tunny son has lovely Illy thoughts but our own Longfellow draws tho prettiest picture of maidenhood llearn Illy In thy lmml of brass ran out wltlmtuml One touch of tlmt magic wend James Hustoll Lowell always comes near to the heart of things and left us moro than one sweet Illy and al lusion and our minor pouts all toll tlmlr love for this perfect specimen of natures handiwork Our Sweet Will Shakcspouro was born In Apfll und It was of Aprils lowers that ho sang most frequently and most sweetly lither arras wand Herrick II oem turn weeds del a lletes The golden sun climbs up the sky The shadows away Oht weary heart fortfct to sight Coil sends the Easter Diyl Long was flint night clilll was the nlr Aiul grid oer brooded long Yet Is the new world white DuLl fair Uplift thine Easter The that bowed thee with Its weight Jy strength of prayer Is stirred TIM It shall benr thee soon or hie An wings upbear the bird The life that thrills from star to tur And bents In leaf and stem la wider than the heavens are And blesses thee from them Wert thou down vert dismayed le r Child of One above Deltoid the earth In light arrayed The lltfht of deathless love Old listen to the word that wakes In every budding lower And take the bread the Master breaks In Ills triumphant hour For those who hear und hearing yearn The Kind hath secrets sweet Their hearts within them thrill old burn They wait Ills comlntf feet Thcn swift the sun climbs up the ky The shadows nee Ohl weary heart forget to sigh Cod sends the Latter Dnyl Au- 1Eul1trr gUU3 flee 1 cast thou to r sung crop away fflhIflflhlffluJlJ3 J j lI9fli aster wtk oddN CCOIiniNO to nn old tradition tho Itomsn roldlers came to Iho Garden of Cl u t h s u in a n e IH Christ hid under the olive trees until the treacherous plover cried out lluvlck N Huvlckt llo j hilling Hut If n Judas among the birds b rayed the Mauler men In this hour of need other faithful fralhned folk min Utvred to him at the darker moment of Calvary Thou It was that the voice of the pitying turtle dove grow so plaintive that never has It re lIned lost happy sidles Not only dM the swallow perch on the cross and twitter tender worrfs of consolation but also In Its small sweet way al leviated the sufferers pain by piillliiK out a fcplno tho crown of thorns And the stork flying oer the cross on the wing to call down Stryk Slryk Strengthen Strengthen In certain old Kngllnh pardons them Is a little spotkdlenfod plant with dell blue lowers anti rOIl Untie ennead Marys Tvarr for In the this grow on Caiviry Its lower Iho blue of the Mother Marys eyes the buds rod as her u lids swollen from weeping and the leaves her grief And In line old English garden too Is found the rosemary that puts forth new blossoms every Friday as though to embalm tho body of the dead ChristWonderful Panlon Flower In the passion flower the reverent Imagination lion discovered not alone but nlao pillar of scourging thu tin crown of thorns and even spots to mark tho live wounds of crucified body The Spaniard will toll you that tho aspen trembles because that was thu wood of cross however this may bo there Is a delightful old legend concerning the true out of which Iho cross was mado Aged Adam weary of loll nod sir and eager for death sent to tho angel guarding the Treo of Life to btu n boon The messenger brought hack thu welcome promise that Adam should die In three days und the added gift of three small seeds which woro mys seriously to be placed uiulor tho lend mans tongue before burial From these seeds the quaint nnrra live continues sprung Ihreo supllngs that litter united three in OliO sym bol of till Trinity With this mirac ulous tree Moses and David each wrought many wonders Hut King Solomon his whole heart set upon the building of the temple hud tho true cut down Intending It for a mugnlll cent beam Strive as workmen would however nowhere would lliu beam lit und vast aside It was later used as a bridge across a neiirby stream When Ibo queen of Hliebii wade her notable visit she refused to h I l YQif o- tC Inn from loiter d beat II 1111 nail who g S y i lat t V J tsar staltfbd Kith across lie hit lie lie Our ICE Wagon will begin as soon as weather permits until then when in need of ICE phone 29 t trend upon brldgv Instead she knelt and womhlpwl and having con tided to Kolumoti a Vivian she hail concrrnliiK H bo Nt once tiered wood Inrnttwl In mM and silver und reveiciiUy Imng ev r the door of the tempi Huhs iu nU ly Abljnh nun of linlHilxwrn covet ih precious sotting It Ittkon down mid after appropriating tho IHxinl hud the woo butted deep III the mull MI d p In feet that a well was dun over It the famous Pool of Itelhosila tho of at the bottom RtvliiK heeling qiMlllle to Iho WHiors Finally a th time appoint od RpfinMcbod the erne reMIt and float e l mi th surface and Jowa took It mode it Into tho crow which till Christ was crticllltd Wood of the Cross As some claim tie aspen was the wood of cross others select the weeptnc willow for the tree upon which Judas hanged hlmmilf There Is nn old legend rig sinister I lu fatalUllc Drdlpiu myth that claims that before the birth of Judas his mother dreamed that her child would murder his father and betray for money To proven thin tragedy the babe war put In a chest and cast upon thu sea but was and adopted by n king According lo tradition Iontlus Pi late as well as Judas coinmlllcil ml cldu fur upon lab roiurn In Homo so Indlmiant was the emperor over tho governors actions while In Jerusa hem that ho eat him lulu prison a humiliation too great for so weak a spirit to bear Weird Is the legend told concerning tho restless tormented ghost of him who could wash his hands but not hits conscience of offense Tho body of I ho nilclilo was first cast lulu Tiber but no turbulent woro the storms that Immediately lowed that It was taken out of llio river carried to Haul and thrown Into tho Uhono Tempests wore tho In tu it result Again lady was re moved this tlmo to lake lonova Tho same disasters In Its train Onto more an attempt bade lo over come the evil Surely In n faraway mountain lake looked In tho center ot Alps even tho spirit of n Illnto could do no harm Vuln hops Thuro arososlorniB of wind anti rain su great In fury that locks nail honls were drowmul trees torn up by the roots mid happyhourtad homos washed away to death and destruction Quieting Troubled Spirit Thou ut call of Iho emergency camo the maul of the hour to answgr It Alums he wdnl to the lake anal with the solo weapons of n scholarknowledge and magic Untied with the spirit until It sluiilllod in aKrioiuont to remain ut ponce If only It might have one day of freedom during tho year Tho storms ceased hut long after ward whoever went to Illulos lake oil n loud Friday saw an nwfu clothed In u red toga upon a rock above tho wilier the grim ghostly llguro ot him who saw no III yet 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several days with Mrs A ArnoldHarry Tomlinson has returned to North Dakota where be Is tanning ex tensively Miss Rulla Arnold Is at home from a short visit to Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard Miss Katie Leo Denny gave a dining In honor of Miss Virginia Ooodloe of SpringfieldDr Burnsldo of Barbour vllle are visitors of Mrs Patsy Klu nalrd and family We are glad Mr J E Stormes Is luftlclontly Improved to be at his place of business again Mrs Mary Allen McDonald of Dan vllle Is visiting her mother Mrs Patsy Klnnalrd Mesdames J Flecco Robinson and Ben Herndon wore guests of Danville relatives last week Mrs logo Drown and daughter Miss Haille of Preachersvlllo visited Mrs S B Henry lust week Miss Lucy Francis went last week for a visit to her sister Mrs George Hallow of Richmond Mrs It H Brown li at hope from a recent yUlt to her mother Mrs Win Blakeman of Klrkivlllo Mrs Ed Walker U at home from a pleasant stay with her mother Mrs Annie Ramey of Eminence Miss Llllle Dale Grant left Thurs day for a visit of several weeks to Mrs George R Harden of Bellovue Mr and Mrs Thomas R Bluvln of Danville have boon recent visitors of Mr and Mrs A W Kavanaugh Mesdames P M Lackey and George Miller Lisk entertained In honor of MIss Qoodloo and her brothers Duke Franoli entertained at I oclock dinner Friday In honor of he recent bride MraT Wood Bunt tide Mrs Adeline Sebaaton U reported L the Art wllr meet W Tommie vIs- Ited a Miss quite III of blood poison foul owing to friends arc quite upprcucnslve her Mrs W II Klnnalrd who has beer In declining health nil winter Is re ported not so well and owing to her advanced age her relatives arc much concerned about her Ve are sorry that Miss Lucy Walker Dotys name was omitted In last Is sue by the compositors carelessness from the list of graduates who were entertained by Mrs It L Elkln- Drs Klnnalrd and Acton and Mess rs J Joseph J It and Joe Ilaselilen Joe Francis Gen Harris John Gill Klnnalrd Get Patterson and J A Ucazley attended the Kpt P Banquet In Lexington Friday night Miss Mnvme Mallard of Kentucky and Miss Camilla Stevens who were the guests of Mr JclT Iivis last week returned to Valdosla last Monday to attend the recital given by Elton Beach Yaw Miss Ballard Is visiting Miss Mary Hunter this week Atlanta Journal The vocal production The Gulden Pathway so ably rendered by Fannie Wilson at the Christian church Sunday morning was most pleasing to all present jnd added very much to time services Dr and Mrs James B Klnnalrd announce the niiirrliigo if their nelcc Grace Kinnulrd to Mr Lewis L Walker on Wednesday the fourteenth of April Nineteen hundred and nine Lancaster Kentucky Resolution In Memory of J C Robinson fTim undersigned ap pointed committee tho tcliool at Lancaster on sulutlons of respect to thu or our lulu Resolved first brother depart ed this life on day March 28th at live a m Having rounded outi aurlod if moro than sixty nine year Ills spirit took Its light from tin body to the Father who gave season of time year on the f the week and at the hour of the early morn about the dawning of time that tho Savior came forth truer thq grave and went to time Father whence ho had tutus A beautiful and COt soling thought Resolved second This Hlblo seine has suffered and mourns tne loss of a faithful easiest wits ov er to bear his pout of tho heat and burden of time miss his radiant race his genie spirit aix his wise counsel Youth Is the thno to ago U tho time tc trust Ills IIU was one of faith fulness from Resolved tSilr That we extend our condolence bereaved family wile and would say to ho livid BO your lives be Resolved mirth That these resolu tHInK be spread upon tho ml mi leu of u soot tu fam ily und bo printed In time CKNTIIAI RKCUIID W II Pupa B F Hudson W O Rlgney Embry H Notice to Hear Proof afT Claims All parties huvlij rxelalm ugiUiiKt tho estate if Riilalon will tkcw to inu on Monday April iititli MVDU prawn or will bo barred J M RothwDll Comr This April 8th IDOl Notice to Hoar Proof All parties against xf lnM Suth WOO proven or be barred J M Rothwoll Master Qomr This April 8th 1009 her advanced relatives abllut I havln been all a rr n memo respectfully0 r th urdl o uck I a Limo Y laborer ho Ono hullo e und rus ulaess 0 du thomas this I h U bl I In l1 tm 111 claims the carat ur AI wilt resellt MOllltllY age liter ant I M its nib us beginning toted Ills tors lot man P ilea Muster thu limo of April puny d Business tense I put down Will Rout I do HousAcJ anlng Will Rout allow no nw pj i 4y2t r Mlts hull Hula Dros 4 23t lUrgalt Urothei Broth y the car load day T groceries curies Button 3203t Go to uiuiprfis groeeuixfor Seed Swret r 403t We ha n town Bras 423t hiring yonr Pra ther 32fl3tr I Dont frtvat holed goods Farmcrn builders and extractors would w WIth Huffing proposition In another column 312 Wo will haV Simpson Is an will t 3 203t for rent If you will write for lowest price cat fuller and Cotton Prather ready for market Who oiuiuls call either fur you Easter Flower fclavXtsoniv cake il fur tuff cut Miss iir 4 2 2t 8 0 Rhode Island I hairo Lautffonl and Coak strain0 era K A Hill 221 81 Phone 138 0 Lost or Mislaid Pulley No 70111 Issued by The Penn do for the Usfifng of a duplicate Sulllu A Ieavoll now Maret 42Ot llrruntsvllle Ky From BlaokmorPost Pips Co The above company which handles tho best of sewer pipe culvert plpo drain tile Hue lining ono at tit Louis ut proper prices guaranteeing suite faction Imvo sent us u beautiful souve nlr memorandum book sad handsome calendar fur which we express our ap pr olatlou Wrlto thorn for prices on above material I j I U eta n J lYRub pson Sn all eves J T oOJ000 P or at m en n 4 23t Ver ay IIkln on SonlL I en rll illS tin V 493t We hlJ clean d put s Call a th GIII WSlmpson No othe Ilk Sec them re Hasek grace for e II la caun ton ride sun n by readln ers kin H potatucslll ew day lon G We tate m 110Y rlelcel welt lour tr I have elY tl rn e w IlIII ofer to bliss Sal Till t o Palnte n Ized Stt elo run HpllP and Inll texlllltt I I I I l f trim tr alien InCtSu rods vLA n Buggies Iid43I- tug e aide Fresh fig F n stun 266fI bl new 4231iirnt- ilsgun large tics ap gro 1r mea es all kin r a ccd ect I mess of slue to ton Caalr have n Gilt Si s fse rowu IL d im DoadrwIm f wo u6ma arsons once app a 336f r Gal 1 312 Court Day Lunch One dtvlslonirt the B M of- Iho II eery ouch u6 limo Ln rC house c tt day 036 Miss nderson ha at to ratted u eta and g en pl s of kind abbge tomato lints 42a Ar ou Hunary7 y r II eray s lay egging or ngel Fu bU RPllaibrY who w alite Sc Cu trey uw poll ants If a Reds nbnv0 lo bred fr rn ze I era Eggs noticed tr ch wt 1rl re unable Muluul Life 1 nonce nl Y- idtin Ilfdat lu A Jo h- or will pl ae retur the u cd A Icrttiol hu been I t t t o Probably The Lest During the past winter Mr J T Sherrow of Bryantsvllle has cut and hauled from the James Burnsldo farm probably the last poplar trees of any consequence in Garrard county This Is an appalling fact and thu llf ty trees that were cut should be on next Harbor Day From this grove was sawed about 40000 feet of lumber that sold for one dollar per hundred for first quail ty and fifty cents for second In the true Republican a well a Democrat We appreciate the following from an old subscriber but we cant hope his way we will however give them a fair deal next NovemberWashington Ind March 27th 1109 Editor Central Record Dear Sir Enclosed please Und one dollar to renew my subscription to the Being a native of Garrard County I like to read the local news although I have been away forty years Mr Landram the former Edl tor of the RECOKII Is a sun of the my old regiment the 10th Kentuc ky Infantry I think you have Im proved the RKCOUD since you assumed- I the control of its columns yet I must say I have one objection and If you will pardon me I will tell you It Is your politics As I am a life long Republican I suppose you will say the same about me however I wish you success and hope the paper will still Improve and also your subscription list and I hope the old county will go republican next election notwlth standing your efforts In behalf of Democracy Respectfully J W Ramsey R corm Color remembered The Funny Side Why Is It that a wife who can tell In ten seconds just what her husband Ought to do In a 10000 deal takes ten days to decide on a 110 bat for her self Laugh and the world wonders who the jokes jiThe lover who sees his rival buying L flowers for the Only Qlrl Is just ar happy as the barber who sees his custo 1 mcr purchasing a safety razor 5 There Isnt room enough In any house for two grouches W M J f When In the man may tell the truth Dont tell a friend In trouble that every cloud has a sliver lining un less you have time to stop and It for him A pessimist Is one who eats con tlnually of the dark meat of lifes tur key School Teacher Now Bobble spell needle Bobble Nledle School Teacher Wrong Theres no Iln needle Rubble Well taiut a good needle then Once upon a time there lived a per fectly satisfied man In a fairy story He never got out of It Into real life A statesman Is a politician who gets reelected The tour points of Lifes Compass What you What you say What you do and How you are dope onl r doubtwalt other I find I Ii t 11 K r J r i think p t IJ A EEAZLEyl li UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity O1u on Onvlllo aireei Embalming PULL LINE OF CASKETS ANti BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK it T 1 I i t J t UIJI W Theres A ReasonFor ww about the merits of our pure household FLOUR which is the housewifes first aid to perfect bread making We claim that this fine brand of flour is positively pure and milled from the tiniest hard winter wheat It has lost none of the essential nutrients such as gluten and phos phates which arc really the vital food elements of grain White and Yellow Seed Corn BANKS HUDSON cry H WOOD I ff 1 SILVER t arsKr i of Fur Wood IflTWJ record brother Wood iill life of Lady Oonitnnllne olhet Via Wood 2211 of Kill WuiKl M rceutd il Jf lira nf Swjf latk Heart H0i Addle D lllo and Itt others Nut Wood 000 record 2181 Bvlmont M Sliver Wood Ut tam Trlnef bjr Vatican l II W he by Brlmont tl Vatican Himblelonlau III Ftr 107HO record 2271 lit Nor Wllke ilam of No Wood I Nora Wilkes Nut Worn CDO record 2181 lit dAm Win of 8 Ilion nl Floret IIItH rod lion of Wood dAm Wood Illt INora i IBI1o Wilt MlIm Maud sight 1 1 I I e dam r ttc jflneieU dam 2O JJ W Atorrow Graduate uptician- OUnei Fitted Guaranteed Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Ofllce Hours Office over S a m to 12 1 pm to 4 Slormea Drug Store B F WALTER Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST OBlce over illai Arnold Millinery H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor Office corner Lexington fit and public Square Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER u COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In till State Courta and District Court Office over Ponce Court Phone 104 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTKK KKNTUCKV M Only White Barber- In Town Agent for Danville Steam Laundry North tide of Public Square DR A 5 PRICE will practice HentiBtry at his hotnp Jlldimund ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts LIVE STOCK MA11KETC- ISOINNATl UNION STOCK YAltPS April T Cattle W W Shipments IS UTTIKI shipper rt5 3 10 filW M- Ilutuheritrer extra B W W flood tncholce 4 WXJJ TJ Common to Ulr S WKS4 W- llelfwm extra 57H M 4 7M06M- Common to fair 9I1C44 M AOW4A 10 GOIK to choice iWHW to fats CiDner uu l7S balofua B xa4 0 KxlM 4 i94 4WX 510- ULVKH extra Ktlrto waiwj Common and 4 0 9 4 74- JIOU8I lood packer and butohen 6 4W 7 M- Mx dp ck r 7 1047 I Stare Comin ou to choice fat 6 WXst 6 V Ugbt iblpwri COUCH W Ooodtuebolc u toor tup- ombiouioUIr 5 7 MM1H filr KIII CJ 7 7i- Ooo Jl T T Comwoo Iofalr ftWiIJi Idiotic lion i 2lVJ Lancaster U S INSURANCE HOUSE loge II beep JI M7A 0 food lu COWl elUr Common 2 W G buys t Tri T6 1 t Cllp4I utll j e wine roaJI v t r 14 j a T- t 4 PIIONK 1 i eMeoeeeooabeeoeeoeoe- Y a6 eaaewaeeewaoaa Kale chulcu 254 415 2 Dulls m1 bull 4676ev heat l large 1715 W- dt tows 7 NlgeIlOibsandbn 0- 0IllxlIatr t 66046 k 9 W 6164700I Rtlpg iba V Silver Wood should make one of Ih irealeM itoea hones In Kentucky tut because ti li backed up t y turf dam ot blood that can be found All good hones run beck to then famine of linnet Suit bvcatti li IK otioof the urandcit looking 4 year old horses t Ivan law U 1J hands good bone tine style and flnUli black and white feet suit illrertall HeliJnilKood broke to had no work for ed lull h tin show a I HO tall any time with all around high true action Kach day th market calls more clearly for true hlh and balanced action trot end Wood ha them all stud I cant see why he should 1101 make Kentucky more fitmnnn by Silver Wood will e kept tinrlnj the a aion of 1909 at my stable In Ky stud will be lermllted lo erve snares at the my lo price of SliM lo liiiurea ll cull t am prepared lo cue for stock from a dl tanre at rraionitble price but 110 reipoiulblllly a mred for accidents or entapei of stick com milted to my rare lire the lId 1 high herons I II lit Ifs deer twenty sud811ret his get IAII aster 5 goal NABOTH JRNAbolhJrI a tleh ted A old unit lull It liMidi hlghnelilhi IftlArtotindi stud In ol wonderful beauty hitting tongratigy neck carrying flue tell II In perfect galled home all round action suit like nil ton of old Kabolb he hot Oral natural In harnen snit greater eon found In the Bute ol Kentucky I have been dialer In horses for ten years furnishing them tot nil markets In Ilili country ard I am aiilnu la encourage the breeder ot hart to caiillntto la ralitt OHM An generally known there It nicarclty nf good suit those tnluM for the Kailcrn titer kil bring faiicyprlcc If tliu breeder would rain Number one hnrie ihcjr mint like the to the right kind ot sire Naliotti li will produce lhattypeof horiei llullhs market iteiiiind fur which the t nbllfl U willing la ji blub price I pnrchaid Ihl great young alalllon l a Inner price brcante he but else action and breeding I hail lliU horn worked so day and he ilr i il mile In ilO If Ilk beget like you can get the tight kind of home by breeding to Nahnlh Jr You will note thru Bullion blood of 1111 Nahoth lUtnbletnntan 10 Old Meitenier Chief fled Wilkes leone Matibrlno Cblcf Illot Jr nml Harry May fKDIUKKK- nyNaboth 10014 IH U l yWUln haiu tIM of tllliid M and etirlathei In the list WkMngham by Uvnrgv Wllke Old Nabolh first deco Tlixrl by le engrr liiirock ton Himbtrtonlan Second dam l terto Jmnn Unwell Jr bjr Iliunblrtonlan Third dam bjr hurry Clay 4V Fourth dam bjr Liberty son ol Uticr by American e- Nahoth Jr Klrit item by MeMcttgrr Cblcf Jr by Old Me ienger Chief Second Um by Orll Davis by Hed Third Thoroughbred k of itableln lane M r Ky suit wilt he permitted In very low price IVOO to Inuir a llrltig colt I sun prepared to j care fur stock Iron dlitaneu tt tcKoniWe hat no retpminllllltt ai nme d for accidents or etcapei ol nliKi committed in mjr NOTIOKl Xaholh Jr l the of Hut won the champion cult stake nlxi the sire of the winner ol the yearling ttke tt the Lancatter fnlr lulls A o tP ftr4 T M r A h Il if II I e horse And A with lIrbspeed a not horses Jr ell doubt A nut AId a her lIt lie on Bees Jessie Psyre lIb dim NIl olbJr will JltclIII um ne alIbI a colt e bay yenta s a reeking horse be a fancy the bitter Is Inure beyond horse style Leanly this the cite clip be the eSon teal mare prices care sire the Situ BURTON LANCASTER KENTUCKY111uu uu u u u unuIIW B Farm and Stock COHINU EVENTS Lancaster Fair July 2830 Kentucky Beet Cattle Association In MayKentucky State Fair at Louisville September 13th to 18th F T Parkcs of Preacliersvllie will castrate your colts on shun notice 424t Henry Hester bad a mare to drop twin mare mule colts the otber day They are both perfectly formed and of size Interior Journal Select the Kills for breeding from the litters of mature sows and aged boars as they are stronger moo vig orous and will make more satisfactory brood sows than those from young and Immature parentage In giving castor oil to animals al low one or two pints to a horse tour ounces to sheep two ounces to pigs and two ounces to calves Castor oil Is an excellent purgative In cases of scours It Is advised to give sm ill dis es combined with laudanum Wheat for May delivered overtopped the high point reached during tI e celebrated In 1005 when It sold on the Board of Trade at 81211 per bushel by going to 81 22 per Only twice during the last twenty years has wheat sold at a higher fig ure on tho local exchange A supply of succulent green food for fowls Is a matter of Importance at all seasons of thi year for green food nat urally forms a large art of the dally diet of the fowl At this particular season of the year when It Is of Im portance that the hens be producing plenty of eggs for hatching It Is very desirable that they have wellbalanc ed rations A galhn of cream weighs 8 pounds A gallon of cream testing 20 per cent will contain 10 pounds of butter fat adding onefifth to this gives pounds of butter A gallon of cream testing 45 will contain 30 pounds of butter tat and adding roe fifth to this makes 4 32 pounds of but ter Everyone who handles bees will get stung but It need not be very often Du not Irritate them bo steady in your muttons dont blow or breath hard about the hive avoid loud talking and do not crush any bees Recasting a great deal more when there Is notn Ing fur them to do After a honey flow always have your taco protected by a bee veil and have smoker burn ing but du nut use It any more than It U absolutely necessary Farmers Homo Journal It Is never wise to prophesy and dangerous to advise friends as to future developments with all pointing this year the big gest crop of tobacco ever raised in Kentucky the of the Farmers Home Journal has taken his life In his hands and has advised friends that this might be a good year to cut out tobacco It flftv thousand of thest frhiidssuuld heed this advice we will be called u false prophet If live or ten thousand act n our advice then they will call us blessed and the other forty thousand will wish they Prof E S Ooode of the State Ex periment Station In a lecture deliver ed before the class la Agriculture of State University shutters the old tra dition so firmly established In the South that the turkey buzzard Is an Innocent and useful scavenger Bud should be protected front all harm ProfQoode whtse lecture was on the Nubjuct of hug cholera declared that the buzzards are among the must ao live agents In spreading this destruc tive disease and that Instead of the State having a law to protect them the Legislature should pass an act the destruction of buz the Commonwealth Why nut tmry the dead hogs Good Ulnmtnt You will hunt a good while before you tlnd a preparation that U equal to jlminberUlna LlnliiHtitaaa cure for muscular rend rheumatic for the aura ol sprains and soieness of the U IK equally valuable for a me back and oil deep seated tnuscu ar pains 25 and 60 cent sizes for tile by F P FcUble J good Gates deal 102 per cent to Editor bad lver pains II ulijl ell 0 bushel often Indications requiring w 1 FARMERS COLUMN Space below this beading U for the excln live use of our farmer inbicrlbeu and It for tbe sale of stock grain and such thing on rum ai the farmer cannot afford to adter tire No notice will be accepted over four lines cud will two Issue of the RECORD free of charge For sale by Jas U Leavell Bryant vllle 15 head of nice yearling cattle For Sale 300 good 71 toot Locust posts U S Sanders Stone Ky Eggs from pure Pekin Ducks for sale 10 fur 60c Phone 182 F Jas Slier Fine young maples any size 10 cts each 81 00 dozen on Danville St Palmer Collier Johnson 1 have a good 7 year old mare In foal to Naboth also coming 2 year old filly sired by Holmes horse will sell worth the money J U Parkes Paint Lick The e has been quite an epidemic o pneumonia in Ylclnlty fur revel I weeks It has about subsided auu all of the patients are doing nicely Mr Lelcher Christopher Is down from Somerset to spend several weeks with relatives Miss Ethel Dunn of Lancaster has beer vlnltlng her aunts Misses and Levy Dunn Quite an enjoyable time wax spent who attended the Spelling Contest Frlcay evening A large crowd was present and after the con test an Informal reception was held pie biting served side was able to win as tbe last contestants Miss Skinner and Mrs J U Williams mlHscd the same word Itwas under the auspices of the W II M S and a neat little sum realized which will be used for a worthy cause Mrs W L Glass and daughter Lee of Han Icy spent Thursday and Friday here Miss Mayme Ballard came homo Wednesday after a very delightful stay of mouths Geor gin and Florida Mlw Ballard w tmguest for several weeks nf frlei ds In Qultlnan and VakUma Ga win re sh j was extensively entertained and Uie recipient of much social attention Jacksonville St Augus tine Atlanta and Chattanooga Miss Maud Martin entertained a few friends very Informally at cards Wednesday Is an hostess 0 Williams and Master Jack Wllllauw visited relatives la Burgln Saturday and Sunday Mr has returned to Sbarpsburg after a short ylslt here Mr Walker was dowr from Richmond Sunday Mr B A McGrath of North lina has returned home after upending a few with his mother He came o attend the of his aunt Mlns Belle McGrath at Danville Thursday Miss Dullard went to Lexlng ton Wednesday to see The Merry She will remain until after the weddings of Misses Annie Hlggln botlmm and Lucy Kerr next weeek Mrs W A Dlckerson and Miss Eliza lion were In Danville recently Word To Freeze Soul Your son has Consumption Ills case Is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to GeoG HlevlnH a leading merchant of Springfield N 0 by two export doctors one a lung specialist Then shown the won derful power of Dr Kings New Dis After three weeks use writes Mr Illevens he wax us well a ever 1 would not take all tho money In the world fur what It did my boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds Its the safest surest cure ol desperate Lung diseases on earth Mi slid 8100 at H E MoRoberts Guar antee satisfaction Trial bottle free 1m Ulna Lyd Mae Hay of Lord spent last week with Mrs Eliza MoMllllon Mists Alice Snyder was the guest Mn Iva nicks of Loyd Saturday night and Sunday Miss Pearl Grow of Judson hiss been the guest of her brother Mr Charles Grow fur the past two weeks Mrs MurvA Sanders and lon Clyde u I u uu be lu JIlt Y ANiS lLLE physlclans J T M Adams 1 The co very tu UONo other e eM etw rr SCSI Se ouly per Alit Mar other Mrs Car U was banister 1w F e e y s VERDICT 1621 Will nuke tenon oflOflU mypltet 4 tulles from Lan cuter ou Poor Verdict li dtrkchetlnnt I4i hnndi coming with much natural iljle cud ncllou ni any ilalhon living I flue at any mate ortrldlux you will iee combining all the iinnllllen action that go to make a great lire and a flrilclaii producer If Ihe lax ol nature repeats ll lf thai like begets llk then you have au Ideal stock hone In Verdict I claim that Verdict carrlei more of the blood of Old and Washington Denmark than any horse living M hit breeding will show Verdlcti career ai a ibow hone hat rarely beet equaled Vflnnliu ai a J year old and a 1 straight through the Fair Circuit without break cloilng bUSyearold cam paign at the LouliTllle lion Show by winning two tint ties In his elm and winning second In hit class for itallloni any ago thus the aged ilallloni from Kentucky Tenuenee and MUiourl In a ring of fifteen horiee Verdict show career war cut abort In IW1 by only showing al Hlchmond and Lciington wbere he won flnt premiums In aged cla In IM Verdict dad fully recovered from bit lllnei and alter making a heavy season he ahtvved at Klrkivllle where he won the for italllon mare or gel dine atioflnl for beit aged atalllon till lecond wai at Leslugton where ho won first then to ItarnxJibnrg wbere he won Out In aged itallloni dm In IS In combined ring and fint In model ring at tliln fair Verdict met with an unfortunate accident which kept him from to rite tx ulivllle Hone Hhow for which lit wai being ipeclnlly prepared under tbe able supervision of Mat 8 Cohen PedigreeV iliad Riulrnl M by flack Eagle 71 i by King by Washington Denmark ftl Verdlcla dam Jay Bird 1011 by Teavlne M M dim by Young Diamond be by Diamond Denmark by Washington Denmark Ceo Mill ItlcnmoudMlby King Hlcbard he bj Feavlne U King 1naroi titer by Im ported Pharo Mlii Richmond dim Juicy by Blonewnll Jackson 2t by Washington Denmark 61 You will that Verdict tracei three times to PenrlneU Peavtne and three times to Washington Denmark thins combining the blood ol two of the greatest show hornea that ever lived TERMS Verdict will I Allowed to Serve Stares at pike a II I look bdllll litIe plek of 11111 Iou first like ell bow Sweepstake tllIct ICU old b Ceo Oorclo Williams G71 Oat 61 Oordo dim I Richards lfllO ail sea tOld I House a yru old sate rearm u yrar old a goluggluct hue sickness entries first going lOiJby dam 25 To Insure a Liviug Colt In which erect a Lien li retained on the toll for the service lee Cue to prcvfnt accldeulibut not reiponilble A K WalkerOn Poor House Pike four and one half miles from Lancaster retch should fhyoccur spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Cron ley Broadun of Judson Mr Tom Hicks bought tram Mr George Anderson and Linn Gobi several shouts jar 4 and fiu M loses Pearl Beatrice and Peachle Mae Sanders spout lust Sunday with Miss Llnnle Preston Misses Lula B Crutchfleld Nettle Hunter and Beatrice Sunders were the charming guests of Mr and Llge McMllllon Thursday night 0 S Sanders and family spent lust Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Hicks of Loyd Mr and Mrs Linn Cobb and little daughter Mattie Duluth were the guests of Sirs Story U Preston lust Sunday Mr Linn Cobb and Charlie Mitchell returned from Valley View Saturday night with several hundred feet of lurilber which they brought down for dllleront parties Mr John Preultt says he killed a snake last week with two heads Who can beat that The members of Scotts Fork ortrunlz ed Sunday school lust Sunday morn InC Fathers and mothers como out and bring your children unit take an Interest In our school and let us make success llev Mutt of Lexington will preach the third Sunday Suit Sunday In this month Instead the first Beyond Medical Aid 0 D Weathers Avon Ky says My bugs were BC badly diseased with cholera 1 did not think medical old could possibly save them gave them llourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and It cured them without a single loss Fur solo by J II Mount Co fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write fur Catalogue Lexington Kentucky I Mrs art IeeJeJS Her Hillenmyr Ira I Sony AfooOc Is a fair likeness of Not Jr Owtutt by V H Ilurtoii Inncnstcf Ky r Kentucky Crop Report Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin last Wednesday Issued his first crop report bulletin for lOOt IM Ing a statement of the State up to April In his to the statistical table of percentages the commissioner says The percentage given fur corn and tobacco aureuge are prospective The prospect Is fur the largest tobacco crop In many years for both Hurley and dark and an average corn crop will be planted Wheat Is nut In as good condition us It was at this time last year but with favorable weather It will make a yieldLive stock wintered well and tile prices of all are fairly good horses and nudes being high Tho percentages for fruits bused on the present outlook and tho present prospect Is for a good peach crop Farmers Home Journal tewarts Iron i Fcnccl Cheaper than wood Will list a llfttlme AUIII KnU1 Isle II lull not CINCINNATI 0 I Our 100 Jttlfii l In f li sit Ml Ebb Bentley Cartersvlllc Ky ALSO MONUHUNTS t Mm HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES Tho that CAUSO skin diseases must be drawn to the surface of and destroyed liquid for external use will do tbU and euro every form of itching skin disease every Write for sam plo E W Medicine CoSt Low bjr at MolVJbarU Drug Store Introduction BUY WARY Ie will Gil I sale site throughout arc A1ra- e JROKW NFAMy nY class wpletie u- en es the skin i rt i OCOCX Ooot EX l BOClbE Combined Stallion J the of 11101111 J farm H Dllies rum I XI Lancaster un plke as 2 IUI U hunt DSNNY LUcLlsterjj OaOOooe Great Vlll stake seasun Danny Itlchnoud Livinir BROTHERS Stonewall Jackson Jr Till black addle ilallun sired by Ihexrrat a ldle breeding tulllon Old Htoiu wall ThU colts dam was a Denmark mare He U a nice toll lo proro hula Hood breeding Will lo Inane nn III weaning time W hold a lien nn all coin until paid for Darren mares made 10 sand hy the impregnator Y ptrfect lueceie Billy Breckinridge This dn blackjack was Bred by Major John I llarrli Imported tack it will teal the eaton of IM at tny tarn al to liiinre a volt until ItW K stow uu my norm lo show fur hit good breeding He U a sure loci getter A T TIUVUIK A SONG l lra ant Illll Drredlng Farm Stanford UK l No I nlMm BOLTACRAT flue Will II stand at tedltlf weaning time of 47417 his coils here lit 111 la ills get Ho will make the Reason of HiOO nt our Stable on Hcrrlntr avenue tit 15 to Insure a Living Colt HOLTACKAT rcconl 221 IK a blnrk Ktullliin by Iturmiida 6871 diitn Carrln Muck Camp FCHUMHI 4U4 grand dam Lady Jr by Miitnbrliic etc UcrmiidaMfllro Is by Hunker 4114 dam Prtttle Patchen HoltucnitK colls have records belle than 230 Ills et CritiMhixiter 211 III Tins Lee Muck lluliv Leo 223 J 0227 Jne Taylor 22IJ and 221 till have records under 230 Is also the wise of Carrie Mack llollacrulV drtin thus provlni that ho m friuii n strain of winning stuck himself be 1iK a Money positively duo If mare It with sold or bred to another animal We are nut responsible fur accidents should any occur We will also stand at same time and placeDaws Hughes Jr At 800 to Insurn u Living Cult Black Jack 16 hands high who IIIIH shown some of best In rard County J I H C HAMILTON Lancaster Kentucky Roofing Samples Free IIKFOIti VOtr lllV Shingles or pnimrnd ear j uii chit k for Hoof IIIK and I ulll fire l y nmll coin iftol site iHinilri olroollng ni ell but lluliber r Top ilravtl iiir raced with Calcutta center anil coin tints UuolliiK UataloKUv irfaleit roullng rui lt ier sill nil iiir much much better lu low r than otter a full ol and duni Link D ulnic ihlnglvn until you havo nit still Writs today suit V Uilnilluii Ky flew Ilioiiv Wl Old Ilionu m COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Kings New i 2171 as Our ll rl 11 II lute Ih seer road guars cheaper sold by nil 111110 W KIIH IIl I illrI KILL THE WITH Discovery t cults Ito sued run ri tore a Bud kind Vera recta pries hit FOR to oD Itof 0 XONKY HEVUNDEO R K McRoljcrts Drug Store AND THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES UVARANI1tXD IJATI8UAOlOK1 I ALL vIUtPI3i 1iCream Vermifuge THE GUifUNTEED WORM REMEDY 1 TilE CHUDRENS FAVORITE TONIC rtwtm or iJirtTia THE IINUINC f P IO OMIT IT Liniment Co- irr MO MeUoherts Drug Storo ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES quickly cured by 7KMO A clc n uw ZLMO la tho br t known for thohikinnt relief Riid i o ltlvo euro of rrtema Inndrurf nnd every torso of skit illMA c Wrlto for Mm pie K Medicine Co St louts Fir nab at Melloborls Drug Storj Auk for simple FOLEYS and TAR CURES Goughsand PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Foloyt Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals nod strength cot the lung and prevents serious r suits cold There Is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or otter serious lung trouble if Honey and TM Is taken a It wtil cure the most coughi the dangerous kind that settles on tho lungs and may develop Into poeitmuulA over night K you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Honey and Tar will cure you quickly n4 strengthen your lungs Remember War tams Felayl Honey and refuge any substitute offered Do not take chance with some unknown preparation that costs you the Same when you can get Foley Honey and Tar that costs you no more and U sate sad hi rotulu Contalaa no opiates Cured E H Jones Putor M E Church Grave Md write About seven or eight yeora ago I had a very severe cold which physicians laid was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through friend I Induced to try a lampla ol Honey and Tar which gave rat to much relief that I bought some ol the regular alto Two or three cured mo of what thus physicians cal 4 coniumptlon and I have never had any- i trouble with tny throat or lungs since that time Three itei75c 50c The 50 cent cite contain two sod one time a much ai tbe had the 100 bottle almost ale UOIMJ u much IILD AND RECOHMIIKI IT C C J 1 Stories I l I I HUG JI l- AN iI or 1 cr J W r f HONEY d t from a I Foley I Tarand crt 4L iIII I i a was t bolt I IJ 100 W A i P BnlJlrel Snow I scalp hose rw i tk i l Cold 4 r i f stubborn Foley t Foley ek hall she r