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Vlft THE CENTRALttKMMON VSTAllNtailKl 1WMOUIACV AN Kton WKItMIKNT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APJUL 10 1901 1 t- I 1 tIj t r 1 t RECORD It f tk L ITljITlhst 1 tl f i N i4fe th lir1 gt t 1 1 URL tir r xo eleJr Buggies Surries Calls Harness Etc If you arc looking for a real bargain dont pass us by Vc believe hint we have tho best Buggy out for the money Wheel Guaranteed TO GET Loose in the Hub Wo have a side long shaft Brake Cartwhirl is the pride of nil Horsemen Gome and Give us your Painting Rubber ing Repairing etc Work First Class CONN BROTHERS f 3i 3Jttn3Jtt 3Ja ntt 1 f 1 J 11 J I spring l SCHdt IiI 1 f u i II aM ntW t caY a LHD- dbouts J I t J kNOTt C Sb- y a- i t The Embroidery Club afternoon with MM ChaR Davis who wan A clmrmliiir hostess The two prisoners that were In our j ll charged with felony have beer to the Stanford Jill M Fiscal Court IK having new cells put In our JAll Th Ttangl This beautiful play written by Mlwi Neva Williams of Ilarrcdiburit will be given under tier management by local talent at the Court IIouno night April 30th The proceeds for tlio benefit of the Ladles Aid Society of the Baptist church In cv cry town whcro this piny has been given we hear It highly spoken of ond trust a large crowd will attend Card Of Thanks X We express our sincere to our many neighbors and frlcmn who came RO often with wards and acts of help and during the last Illness of husband and father They remembered through time and we hope to meet them with him In Eternity Mrs J 0 Hoblnson and Family Mr Mary A L e On April 7 Mrs Mary A W H Leo passed to the be 8bo bad not been In lung and of rheumatism of heart Mrs Leo was 1870 hi became a chris In Vchlldhood and throughout her conduct snowed her true faith ID her exemplified tbu She was always kind gofitlo In the home She mother and a loving wife leaves her mother one brother two half brothers two daugh tern and her husband to mourn her deathMay the noble Influence of her life be their strength and comfort Rollgou Services at the Lancaster Methodist church next Sunday morning and night conducted by Dr Eugene Pearce pastor Preaching at this church by the pastor every Sunday night also In morning of each Urst and third Sundays of month At Hubble on 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a m Xo night service General subject for services In month of April Realities Sunday mor ning next under this subject topic discussed will bo The Dissatisfaction of the AntlChrlstLtfo Evening 730 p mUealky of the Christ Way The Ricoui Is glad to note thai the Sunday school attendance of both congregations has doubles ID the past three rnontluboU for adults and dull dren met 1hurlllll lInt the r r I are th fill of comfort ss our I r wll be L wife lot real t born ug7 S aster and principle gut am wu a tru lie Friday k rid aunty ieI faithful Outing Suits c that have tic true neg i ligce effect and yet arc most artistically tailored c the kind of clothes i that look and feel so i well on n man In hot g t1iQ weather Q I il The Globe Q 1 i Company J Of Cincinnati j make them to order at very Q Q reasonable prices Ask us i J f 1 dreds of other fine sultIngs u In the smartest weaves color conceits Q P iHTLt ogD I t NtN HHtiUtN HN W 1 Tailoring Y n iY linerand- o i I w lti i vet W4 H44 r Tlio Christian Kndonvurerii will Inivr n rally at Iluenii Vista next Sunday nflornooii lit 1 oclock Miss Ocorglii Dunn prcilclmtof DlHttlcl 5 K union will preside Qata Ball A call incotlng of rinse null Kutliti slants will he held lit the police court room Friday nlgit all those Interest ed ptcaso COIIIP M there will be Im portant butlncss on hand Loss From Wind On Monday night I ho roof was blown from the barn of Mr J N less who lives three miles from hero on Stan ford pike Several glass were blown out of his residence and a considerable loss Is reported Humor A Ihlcngo man named Cheerio wants his namo clmiigml says the Alloulown Call Why dont ho move to Georgia and cultlvKlo the Crackers Instead Waahlngtiin Herald Spoelal Low Rates The L Si N will sell round trip tickets from Lancaster to Louisville on April 16 17 10 22 24 good return Ing to April 20 for 1365 They will also sell tickets to and return Sunday April 18 h for II 76 On the Value of Experience The learning thou pottcst by tube own observation and experience la far beyond that thou gctlcst by precept as the knowledge of a travulor exceeds that which Is gut by ending Thomas a Kern pis Another Graded School The people In the Buckeye section Inform us that n Graded School Is a certainty In their community The Rchooldlstrlctwlll bosurveyed In a few days This is the third Graded school In prospect In tho county and as each section Is thickly populated with wealth suillclent to maintain It we predict great success for them Holtzclaw Sato Capt Am Hourno reports a large crowd at tho sale of J If Hollzclaw on Wednesday and the following prlc es Cogs brought from 23 12960 calves from 812 rf tl6shcep and lambs 1005 per head mules from t0360rf IllC horses from iJl rf 8160 one year ting colt too Jennets from 120 rf 802 corn froth 1 COO W01 per barrel and hay from 40 to 43 colts per hundred The land was taken down at 86UCO Will Tour the Stato The onlcersiif the Lancaster Fair Association have appointed J Lewis GUI and Gco Harris to solicit adver tisements for the fair They will tour the state In Gills Auto which will carry a large streamer on either side advertising the dates of Lancaster Fair July 2830 This was a wise de cision for these tjvo men will certain ly make good Anyone wishing an ad vcrtlsemcnt can rely on getting n Fair Deal as the Fair Association will not permit other kind being In the Fair business A Beautiful Home Wedding At four oclock Wednesday after noon Mlsi Grace Klnnalrd and Mr Lewis L Walker were united In mar riage at tho handsome residence of her uncle Dr James U Klnnalrd on lull Court Rev C U Brown of the Pres byterian church oIllclatuiK In a very Impressive ceremoney The wedding march was well by Miss Marguerite Klnnalrd Tho only attendants were J II Kin nalrd the brldu4 brother who gave her away and D C Walker the grooms attendant The bride was becomingly attired In a tray gown gloves and hut to match She Is the daughter of the lato Mayor Robert Klnnulrd and one of tho most popular young ladles In Lancaster a favorite with both young and old and Is quite a talented musician The groom belongs one of the most Influential families In the country and enjoys a lucrative practice in tho legal profession having also hold several places of public The newly wedded pair left for a bridal trip to Nashville and other Southern cities The many Imndsomo presents received showed tho extreme popularity of both bride and groom Evans Another good citizen has gone to his reward George W Evans died at Ills homo In this city on Tuesday af ternoon of pneumonia being eighty ono years of ago Funeral services wero conducted at the Christian church by Eld F M Tinder at 030 a ui Thursday and many relatives and friends witnessed the burial In Lancaster cemetery Ho leaves ono slater Mrs Martha Lusk this city a niece Mrs John Howling of Junction City two nephowh Sumuol Evans of Orlando Florida and Joo Evans of Fort Worth Texas tlioro being other relatives In the West Deceased was tho ninth sun of n highly respectable and Influential family and though a man who did nut Interfere with the ntlulrs of oUi en he had llxcd conviaUons and was always found on the side of law and order advocating ho best Interests of tho community Ho was a member of the Christian church and possessed many noble traits of character Uy Industry and proper conduct ho had accumulated considerable property which fact however did nut Inter with hU duties In social com menial life p the Milt ry rendered be- Ing t I trust Washlnpton Made Cincinnati and Judging from the way ho Is advertis Ink Ed 0 lalncs the Insurance man H writing lots of Insurance Head hlA oiinriiioiiH ml In this ISMIO and net no cordlngly runt see hint before taking out a policy Lecture Dr Irene Myers Dean of women at Hamilton college will lecture at tho Methodist church Saturday Subject In Old Kentucky This will bo beyond tho ordinary nnd should bo well attended She will be enter tallied while here by Mrs H E Mc Huberts Mr Clones llrady of Washington Pa tins given tho W 0 T tf Settle incut school at Hlndnmn Knott coun ty 1000 on condition that they raise 1 000 The local Pulon lust tile prlv llogo of contributing This school Is In it tine condition and has an able corps of tcacheis and tho various de partments that add much to It such Klndcrgardcn Primary Intcrincdl ale High School Industrial etc Anxious To Receive Record Klrksvllle March 31st 1009 Editor UKCOUD Dear Sir 1 enclose you a check for II CO for which you will please renew my subscription to CBN THAI RKCOUD also Courier Journal Wu think the Ricoitu Is very much Improved stud can hardly watt for the day which brings It to us Respectfully Mrs Mallnda Cotton Easter Service The children of the Junior Society of the Christian church very approprl utely observed their Easter service Sunday evening 730 Tho messages of tho Llllles from too Lilly Buds to tho fullgrown III lies wore well received Miss Uurnlo Lear as Lilly Queen with her pretty attendants made a beautiful picture The Suns of the Soil with their songs and whistling melody gave varl ely to the program The difficult piece by Mary Clay Williams win rendered with the grace and composure characteristic of her The duet by Trunk J 0 Hcmphlll deserves special mention al so the chorus by tho Post Graduate Juniors Misses Fannie Tinder Sue Anna Lear Annie MarguietElkln and Lydia Kmore About 20 was realized most of which was the selfdenial offering from the children Great Improvement In Schools Prospects are Muttering for Garrard county to have three more graded schools A petition will be tiled In tho Garrard County Court In a few days from Hryantsvlllo asking for a graded school In that place and It h almost certain that within tine people of the Bryantsvllle section will be receiving the benefits of a drat class graded school Tile people of Buckeye wo think will soon have one established- At Manso school house on last Sat urday about one hundred and fifty people assembled to talk over the ad visability of a graded school in the neighborhood of Paint Lick County Attorney J E Robinson gave an address upon the School Laws of tho state Much Interest was manifested at tho meeting In the proposed graded school As a result of the meeting a petition was tiled on Monday In the County Court asking that the boundary be fixed and a vote be taken on tie ques tion The petition calls for the school building ueur Old Paint Lick church on tho E C McWhortcr lot No doubt but there will soon bo a graded school In that part of the county Let the good work continuo Garrard county should have the best possible schools and wo think these moves will bring them Into exlstance Former Lancastrian Honored We era proud to publish tho follow bug articles taken from too Hobart Oklahoma Democrat which will be Interesting to all who know Mr John y HaysMr was born In Harbourville Kentucky and was educated in tho A M College at Lexington same state and graduated In the law de partment of the Vanderbilt University at Nashville Tenn By appointment of Governor Has koll Mr Hays Is made ono of the com mittee to codify the laws of Oklahoma at a salary of 400 per month begin ning April 1 and ending December 1 Tha duties of tubs committee are to formulate rearrange and codify the statutes of the state of Oklahoma- In making tills appointment Gov ernor Httskell has recognized tho le gal capabilities of ono of tho most able attorneys In the State of Oklahoma tad Is recognized us such by tho pro Cession Not only Is ho one of the brightest In hula calling but Is to be ono of Hobarla pro gressive and public spirited citizens whoso over readiness to advance the Interests of tho community U consld ered u paramount liesldes being well versed In the of this law lie is one of those affable and courte Otis gentlemen whom one Is always glad to meet Ills many friends con gratulate him on tho responsible po blllou ho Is about to He has of friends here who can vouch fur the truth of the compli mentary remarks above and wish him much success as Tlnderand lI t ter night twelvemonth Interesting acknowledged assume shoal i l i j a r r- UPrOD T n HORSE rVopvtl- r 11 FUR NIS111NG5i Buggies Surries AND RunaboutsAnd you can Runabout a lifetime nnd you will find Our Buggies anti Our Prices always right We will save you money This is ovi dcnced by our increased sales Harness Harness Haselden Bros Surries Driving Wagons Phaetons M I f I I I I z z Buggies i I r pa a t ar t t7tixtiSir3k ltYMitwtisYCtIS kifidAA katiM NsuAMktSir t r 1 have Vehicles of all kinds and all prices The largest stock ever shown in Lancaster and every one guaranteed I will save you money Come and see A 11 1 To Tobacco Growers If you expect a good crop of Tobacco buy a Bemis Transplantert- o set out your plants The plants start quicker and can be cultivated easier and mature earlier than by hand This Is the best Transplanter on the market Sold by W J RomansLancaster Kentucky a CENTRAL RECORD tsguitn WKKKIY F S HUGHES EdrPubf Xtltrtd al l IM I WM M tniimirrr JCVai ftfonflPIiiM JfnH Vnift Member KIT Prt Association Elahth District Publisher Luau Lancaster Ky April 16 1909 for Pelllleal Announetmanta 1n duct and City OfflccH I Coo Fur Clllcea 1000 For State and District OniCM 1600 For Calla per lino to ttr For Cards per line 10 For all publication In tho Inter 4 est of Individual expression Individual views line 10 Obituaries per line 03 411 J IadttlW1Ii1 I of T u Nut of per IAaAYKAR end Fur I t aunty xv f t Democratic Ticket Fur State Senator It L Hubble Forlblrcult Clerk V B Mason For County Judge A I Ford For County Attorney J R R iblnson For County Clerk J W Hamilton T IJallatd For School Superintendent Mis Jen For Jailer Jack Adams For Acsessjr W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J II Dunn For Maulstrate District No 1 J P Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination fur Circuit Judge of this district I pre ter a primary election M C SAUKLKV We are authorized to announce Hon Chas A Hardin uf Harrodsburjr as a candidate for rciomliiallnn for the the 13 h Judicial District to the action of Democratic party We are authorized toannounpe Hon John Sam us a candidate for the nomination for circuit Judge lillin ld II III L lUP UU bU I the action of the Democratic Party The Southern Electrical and Indus trial Exposition Is attracting large crowds to and Is proof of the enterprise and push of that grow Ing city After many changes In the tariff bill to conform to the Interests of the few who handle products mentioned In It It the house and went to the Senate where many changes will also be made and In the main the masses will not be benefited It Is no longer a political but a purely local issue as many democrats Ignored their platform voted against free lumber and went astray In other Instances All sorts of trades have been made to further the Interests of the classes and free trade alone will protect the masses of the people of confiscation In reference to distillery property all bosh and shows a weak point made by the of the manufacture and sale uf liquor They forget too fact that property used In the manufacture of ifquor IK valuable and readily be converted Into other channels which will yield u better prcfU than It yields now as the Immense sums spent fur liquor would be used In buying the necessaries of The contention Is a mere subterfuge They agree that local option Is a question that the people should settle and say In tho next breath that pro hlbltlon Is not democratic This Is a fallacy because local option properly enforced prohibits the sale of liquor and If extended all over the country will have the effect of prohibition and put the plants out of business for the want of a sale for the products The State of Mississippi has revised Its Jury laws by giving tho State as many challenges as the defendant 12 each Reading a newspaper dues nut disqualify a man from jury service If a Juror states that he can render a fair verdict notwithstanding what he has read and the court Is of the opln Ion that the Juror can do this that Plan serve This Is an Improve f menu on our antiquated law which to have been enacted fur the benefit of the criminal class Ken lucky State Journal We have written before of our rot ten Jury service Tho entire law needs repealing If all who read newspapers are dltquillHed it will take souse time to vet a Jury Papers dout vouch fur the truth of all reports and the Intel llgent reader will not decide a case un ill he hears both stiles and he Is gen orally better prepared to hear a case than the uiiu who does not read Country Jurors should be paid more for service than town Jurors as the use and feed of their horses while at tending court and their hotel bills cot them more than the expense In curled by the town Juror H would BO many hung Juries If the l regular panels were nuniuioned from a county outside the pne In which each J court U being held u there would be or For Sheriff Oeo No lIIllllns olllce of CjrnmrlllwI1111h the Jr lit the The cry Is advocates Ire I l j I 1 Attatrnev t i passed t t 1 can h G J t r P 1 can seems I y tit a M i tl 1i I no prejudice ld be curtailed Representative Stanley amend meat tn tho Payne tarllf bill taking off the 0 cent tax on leaf tobacco was adopted by the House less than a mlti rte before tho lime for voting on the The two Republican CoagrcMtnun of Tennessee will recommend tho ap pointment of K W Carmack us postmistress at Columbia They will oak tho Democratic Congressmen In Ilium In pmhlng her claims Mora Honor for Lancaster We have frequently noted tho brll haunt career of joung men who hue nft Lancaster and now we are grat tiled to noto the eminent literary achievement of Miss Lofty Mao Me Roberts of this city who Is attending school at Lynchburg Virginia We quote from the Herald of that city that her numerous friends and Lives may know of her highly prals worthy succcfs A notable real of scholarship was the presentation on Saturday evening of the great play of Euripides The Alccsllo In the original Greek by the Greek Department RanclolphMacoo Womans College It was rendered with becoming setting costumes and music all of which were produced by the students The scenery was paint ed by students of till Art Department of the college Tho music for the choral odes was written by Let tie Mae Mcllobcrts llto student of tho Greek department who played the title role The chorus and the play directed by the Instructor of Greek Miss Mabel Whltcslde A large and cultured audience viewed the spectacle and heard the Grerk with an English translation Tim rendition was very satisfactory The death scene of was most mprcsslve and pathetic and despite the foreign words the play was as a play and not merely remarkable teat of memory The students clearly understood and what they were saying arid the strong play gripped the audience fully land Interested It from beginning to end when a great chorus or applause cvl deuced Its satisfaction Prof Mlllon W Humphreys of the University of Virginia and Professor Radford ofthe Tiilverslty of Tennes set were among the guests Prof H umphre8 could not restrain his en tbuslasm declaring that never before had he seen such a presentation of a Greek play and that he had not deem ed It possible except perhaps at Van derbllt University orsome theological Institution Tin Alccstls Is knqwn elated In the college as never before and It Is hoped that the study of the Greek will be stimulated by this war thy presentation of this masterpiece of the glorious Greeks STONE c S Sanders bought of II Green four siesta at He C M Moberly bought of S Miller a cow for 140 L L Sanders nad a tine buggy mare to die at his mothers last week Mr Turn Uruner wife and daughter Maymle of Little Hlckman were vls Itcrs at Mrs Mary li Preston Satur day Miss Pearl Sanders Is spending a week with Mr and Mrs L L at Crab Orchard basses Lula BCrutchUeld and Alice Snyder were the charming visitors of Miss Nettle Hunter Sunday Mr Julio Hicks Bud family of Loyd were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ell Jah Sunday Mr and Raymond Ray Mr leather Ray and family Mr Joe and family and Mrs Mollle Fain were visitors at Mrs Jim Clouse Sunday Mrs L M Crutchfleld visited her daughter Miss Mable at Nicholas villa last week Miss Willie Miles Ray was the guest of Miss Ruth Ray of Buckeye last week Mr Jim Sanders s visiting his rou sins Messrs Jim and Henry Sanders at Hyattsvllle Miss of Danville Is visiting her aunt Miss Llmle Preston Mr Jess Lemay and bride of DIn vle ire visiting her parents Mr and Mrs lien Sherrow Miss Pearl of Judson spent the latter part of the week with Miss Peachle Mae Sanders Sunday school Is progressing nicely at Scotia Fork limo Molt UII his regular appoutmeq and Sunday nl hl Tho Pled Piper A Now York normal nuiiool Jtlou had iinong Its questions What U tbo educational valuo of flu 1lod 1lper of HatiiulInT A wouldbe er answered The Plod Ilpor especially ra i Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman Ignores tho rivers warnings growing ripples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache In the back warns you Kidneys need at tentlon If you would ma ladlen Dropsy Diabetes or disease Take Electric Bitters at once and jlackache lly anc best fwiiiks return Afler long Buffering from weak kidneys and lack one 1100 wholly cured me writes R of Belk Tenn On y too HI R E MoRoberti 1m lit re In h t u Of OJ ri1 J1oatl ibill urtlved biro tho Suite to Jaw w srtrllled words They weteprovlded however Alcestis appreciated and Sanders Mr Carrl Preston very will Sunday II leeches l0 bo kind to Ill total see pll Qur 1 I M and expense Tel bliss as- a t app m i Grow sp axes tea chlltq ante pure u ale s I P I 1 Flaeal Out The fiscal court has not finally nor axed tho levy which will contracts have been awaided to place rock on the pikes tho price per rod following lama of contractor DISTIUOT NO 1 Sestina 1 Stullov Walker 18 CO fi Taylor Mouse 8oo 7 SJ llourno 7 2i 0 Frank Ross 860 i lUy Ray 7 60 2 860 4 Davis Sulton 7 70 DISTRICT No 2 Section 0 Will Ruse 826 4 U W Coulter 6 William Graham 7 4J 1 U 1 Joe Hunter 0 60 2 Duo Montgomery 070 DISTRICT No 3 Section 4 Joe Ray 7 00 6 Sin Ray 0 70 1 EH Ray U 00 2 John Bogle 730 3 010 0 Aaron Ray gravel 6 60 7 8 Denny St Gastineau 0 Oo DISTRICT No 4 Section 7 A F Edwards gravel 6 00 4 RC Uualn gravel 8 CO 1 Hughes Bros 8 2 Same 8 G Same 8 This court lii always watchful of the Interests and the splendid con dining of the county nuance will bo shown by a report to bo published soon UUENA VISTA Miss Maddelle King who spent Eis ter wIth her parents has returned to Campbell Hagerman accompanied by her slater who will make a short visit Mrs Ike Hamilton of Lancaster Is the guest of let son Joe Hamilton James Monday from near Harrods burg spent Sunday with his brother Inlaw LillIe Ruble Rev T F Walton of Bradfords vllle was the gust of tho family of J W the week lle went from here to Danville to at tend Presbytery Misses Florence Chrlsotpher and Nettle Iron have returned from a pleasant visit to Missouri Miss Mary Asklns Las returned from a weeks visit to relatives at Ambrose A rally of the Christian Endeavor Societies of this place and Pleasant Urovo will be held at Browns Chapel next Sunday afternoon A large at tendance Is desired Mrs Elizabeth Icon who has been the guest at S N Isons left last week for Texas Mrs William Johnson and children of Danville spent Saturday and Sun day with Mr and Mr John Johnson Mr J J Poor and wife spent with Mrs Bal lard near Stanford Miss Myrtle Ruble who Is teaching a select school here entertained the children with an egg hunt Friday af ternoon The occasion was very much enjoyed Miss Bernice Scott attended an Easter party Saturday afternoon by little Miss Thelnia Kennedy at her how near Dlx River Miss Cora Poor brother and Mr Drown from Lancaster spent Sunday with Miss Gertrude Curd of Wllmore Money In Growing Bianai Flrstclasa bananas bring the en In Costa Rica 31 come a The Inferior qualities sell at halt price The One Thing of Consequence What we think what we know or what we believe Is In tbo end of lit tie consequence The only thing of consequence U what we do Ruskln Keeping New York American If It were not for tho Inflow of per sans from tho New England states and the west New York would soon ba a city of people of foreign birth In overwhelming proportions tor there U a small number of Inhabitants of stock Sn the metropolis i The Funny Side Fruitful The stork has brought a little peach The nurse said with an air Im mighty glad the lather said He didnt bring a pair Yonkers Statesman Autopsy Wanted Little Johnny for a frolic Ate a melon parabolic When the fruit arrived Little Johnny pp Was the trouble meloncolic Columbia Jester Nothing To it Abner Haysou How much tar a eleeplnpar berth to Noo York Ticket Agent Two dollars Abuor Ilayson digging down numpl I knowed that theta talk about tIle decreasln1 berth all boshl MUM NO Sprinkling For Him Tho bellboy had shown the farmer to his room and was now calling hla attention to the comforts of a modern tuvern Turning on the showerbath Iho boy exclaimed Sent Thats how that works mister Just Ine lilng for vouto tike every morning believe we Dont too fresh sonny tits man from Waybuck I turn groan that I have to be watered every da I Why book unlike A woman You era make Ute hook tint up 0 0 O I a I Tn Nt ad- Journed bo dune till month The tllllolnl II UfOS 8 GO lien tlrahatn II II II II II John Dullo S II 6 00 3 O McWhorter II II oo Asklna the neat ut Sunday Ell given 11 rate wax Ill ell Is a r K r I II ii Iluglics II k b G theirdaughter gro tb alive 4 saddled ripe A 0 bat J v General News Another violent earthquake shock hit been experienced Italy A factory In to be established at Cor dele On lo nttkoa prucllcil test of nitiiiifrtcturlnK piper out of MldlHiul Trx caused a loss of 300000 hi the business sestina of tho city Ono lintel two banks nnd many stores were burned Tho lower hntiso of tho Missouri General Assembly adopted the minor Ity report rcccummcndlng favornbly- tho Statewide prohibition tlunal amendment May wheat again established a new I high record In Chicago touching but closing over a cent off train title July contracts advanced to It 12 and 11121 Trading WAS comparatively quiet Dispatches to Duns Review Indl sate moro uniform progress In bust ness conditions although buying Is suit conservative and mainly for lui mediate nettle John Smith tho negro who urday afternoon attempted a criminal assault on Miss Mary E Ewing two miles from Arcadia Fla by her from a buggy was captured early Sunday morning and lynched For tho second In history tho Niagara falls are mute has clogged the river and a strong southwest wind has frozen It from bunk to bank Tho Jam has also caused damage to the extent of 11000 OQO to manufactories along Its bankson account of tho sudden rlso of the water above the toppage Charles McConnaughy former cast ler of tho Montlccllo Citizens hank was Indicted In the United Stoles Court at Covlngton on twelve sonata Involving a total of about 116 000 Embezzlement misapplication of funds and falsification of entries are alleged Gov Charles N Haskell of and the six other men Indicted by the Federal grand Jury Charged with fraud In Muskogee town lots will not have to stand trial The mourn of the defendants to quash the shall In the United States Circuit Cout The jury In the case of James II Parrlsh banker whose trial hue been In progress at Hawes for tho past ten days found him guilty of the charge of knowlniily celvlng deposllsat his bank when It was Insolveol and tiled his punish ment at live years In the penitentiary It was the second trial of the case tho first one having resulted In a mistrial A pot of gold was discovered on an Lexington by workmen digging a post- hole on the lot They unearthed an Iron kettle containing according to a slip of paper found In the kettle 18 COO In gold and sliver coins The lot was purchased 2 weeks ago for 1110 After there weeks of conlderatlons House Representatives hy a vote of 217 to 101 One Republican Austin of Tenresssee voted against the mea sure and tour Democrats all from Louisiana Broussard Rito plnal Puju and Wlckllffe voted for It An attempt by Chump Clark tho mill orlty leader to recommit the bill with Instructions tolled Ben atlas hooker Drams a negro 18 years of age was lynched by a mob or between 200 and 300 formers fur at tempting to assault Miss Ruth Gee a prominent Trlgg county farmer After an all night search the mob lirame who was carried before the Misses Gee and paslllvcly tIed The mob carried Bratne to Flat Lick near the Trigg and Christian county line and hanged him to a tree Tho Insertion of an advertisement one of the local papers that there had been found In the collection plate of tho Ruscoo Methodist Episcopal church after the services last Sunday night a 110000 bill has developed the fact that tin church oftlcers think the collections do not average mote than this amount and the church btllclals say they will return i and can prove he Inadvertantly It In tho plate tobacco barns wore burn ed at Maylleld Sunday morning loss Is estimated at IWOOO with OOOInsiirance The lire Is said to originated from tho boiler rooms Lewis 0ordoua rehandllnu house A association storage warehouse tilled with lobuccc was saved after u hard Unlit WANTED Poultry and Highest pries paid for Poultry OOOD OLEAN EGOS IQots Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber I L I g n 0 or J 1 Messina stalks I lira nt late Sat time A Oklahoma Indictments was upheld by Judge A the re old abandoned lot on Coltar In I I the Payne tariff hili was passed by the Mess 7yearold daughter ot William Gee located inane made a mlstllko The the church the money tu the owner It ho want dropped Four large largo lit Eggs R BNorth s cutter big Ica Ja National 51a Onenslarn ile street Idea see ha toaster r U tip a she nut n of cd cd to to tc ci 3 o i j CALL jr The Democratic Commlttco In nnd Judicial District of Kentucky met pursuant to tile cull of 0 at the of lice of Cheiniull Danvlllo County Kenluuky on Tncsdrty March 23 1000 at 2 in and nil mcm beta woro present Nuld mcctlitg was enlist to Chairman Chaltinan Unit Iho election of Secretary of laId Oommltluo was In thcniiiilt llugiiuly vas duly nominated and olcctctl Secretary Committee Mr then inroduccd the following resold lions which were unanimously adopt 1 A primary election hereby tall to In tho precincts of Lincoln Boyle Counties un in and 4 p in on Saturday May 1C linn for the of Demo cratic candidates for the anises of Clr cult Judge and At for Iho lullclal District of Kentucky to bo voted for al the election 1WW 2 All Democrats who aro legal voters shall bo entitled tn vote In primary election and aro requested no person who desires to bo a candidate Democratic nomlnn lion for Circuit Judge or Common wealths not later than April 30 lOW give notice of such In In to G L Chairman of tho Committee of tho Thlrteenlh Judicial District and m addition candidates fur tho nomination for Circuit Judge shall al tho time of giving said notice drpoull with the aforesaid chairman sum of tWO and candidates for thcnomlim lion for Commonwealths Attornc shall at the time of giving s ld unties dtposlt with the chairman 100 4 Sold District Committee shall meet ut trIo illlcoof tho In Danvlllo Kentucky on Wednesday May G III at the of the tiled by section hereof there be nut more thin one candidate for Circuit Judge or Cum monwealihs Attorney who lulu UUIIUIHIMin 111 the Commlllee will declare lo bu the nominee fur the raise nought thai person who Is the only candidate and to such candidate the en trance fee pall by him less lion of the costs already accrued tWill advertising and preparing for the clrc C Tho polls shall be opened In each and every the counties the district aforesaid In Iho usual and regular voting pluses 0 Upon the closing of the polls the proceed to count and to make returns and In sodO shall tw governed by the provisions or tho general election laws returns bo mono to the chairmen of the respective counties In the ills trlct will deliver tho stubbooks the certificates and any questioned ballots to this odlccrs of selected from lists lo be offered t he candidate In accordance with the provisions of the primary election law commlllcr 8 Each candidate shall be entitled lo designate by written notice to the chairman of county commlttco In live fore May 16th 1WW tho name of one person for each voting In each ounty lo act as challenger and In for said cundldaloal said prim ary election 0 On the next utter Iho returns shall have been made tho committee shall meet and canvass the yule cast and Issue certificates of nomination 10 Tho chairman of the district Is directed to employ competent person to from the registration books made In Danville and Harrods 1008 the names of all Domo crats and the so employed shall return tho certified as required by law to the chairman cause them to be delivered to the ofllcersof election The chairman Is further directed to cause to be and of ballots which and ho will procure the necessary election supplies cause to gather to bo to the olllcers of election as re putted by law 11 The chairman will cause copies hereof certified bv himself secretary of the committee to he at the court house door In i Stanford Lancaster Danville and I conspicuous pluses In each courtly In dlslrlcl f ir not lewt ultra forty days prior to May 161 h 1000 notice be published such Gem octants newspaper In the Dlslrlct Said Commlllee on motion then adjourned G L Penny Chairman Chcnaull Hugucly Secretary g All kinds of Field Seed American Wire Fence WJ fS any lioighth too pair of Pants of Shoes Choice too IS i BECKER I DRYANT8VHJ KY t I I jII 1 I e I IAn at 2 p complied with the Section 3 hili precinct IIr 7The be- I Ict the district nut than be da printed and prepared for use the shall bear the or sl nature I delivered llarrodsburg and In twenty other In Buggies loyor and FENCE Im lements too pair S p t 0l r Fir CIAL II ballots days burgle pstern Ile facalnillo and sold Seed I Knullman e r aril n U 1- r r Stop Look Listen We are now putting In n full Mock of I Building Materialy It wilt be of Intercut to you to call nod me our stock Ret prices before you build that tolmcco burn or house We nlso Imntllc BRICK SAND AND COAL We earnestly solicit your imiulilc fur In our line SANDERS SCHOOLER Depot Street Inncustcr Ky Saving at the Spigot Wasting at the Bung L il I f I I r no i I kr i r 1i ti nut J nhi3t lung Made to paint buildings with V f SOLD DV R E McROBERTS Druggist PAl J r THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A K DENNY lr itd D J 8 STOKMES Vlee Pfe t S C DEVNY Cubit J F Robinson AMt Cashr It T Kmtiry keeper Saml D Cochran Alex It Oftiiny A C Robinson John K Summer S I Denny J Wl Williams nook Dill KIro liS GillL WIND STORM CYCLONE AND LIGHTNING INSURANCE iEAZLEY HASELDEN Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 E L triit W C Vice Pri l W G Keeper PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOIirOKATK 1 FIb bier I I r Woods Wo offer you fair treat mont with every nccoin modation that is consistent with oonsorvativo Banking Saret Deposit Bum For Rent l CA VITAL 1600000 SUHTLVS ij ooooo DIKKlTTtlllHI- U COY H IINOIU ItOfJUYN JH ntlltliOWB I H WOODS K I WOODS W 0 Wit W C YNN r I j Our Customers era Fully by hidelity and Casuality Insurance IProtected J J WALKKK President nn S JOIINBON VIe Treat IJ assiuvv p+ OklANIZBI I88j Th CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITOL 50000 SURPLUS i5ooo B P HUDSON Cashier W 0 RIQNRY 0 D WALK Kit Ilookkeopur Realness Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIUKOTOUSi J S Johnson H V m J J Walker Alex Olhlw Lawns t V lki r A Arnold 01 KY Ii 1 t 1 j T M Arnold I t ar n I lANOASTJCR Aar ash 4 atrsMalt Ooiilpi Men aro grvutor Komilpn than worn on linen U nulliliiB n rasa likes bot for than a icuiulal and oven It thin Is not always orlhcomlna Im purr uiiKlily enjoys talking nbout outer folks uffulra Gut u iiiuii ut a tvu U ula and BOHnlp will riot bo Incklim fur H minute Who brliiKt alt the Intuit rumorN lo country liousoa It bu not nice inenT London World It Thats What buying poor paint Paint to and wearing quality After the its too late to save Start r ht and use THE SHERWINWILLIAMS 111 ans 111 owpriced h the gallon and be tlse J 1 Ctravagart to r paint Solicit YMF BusinessWe r A VDRcUblo Bitbatanca round omldit touch mulnturo OH III and molasses mode up of stoats taut oboes In uvory ituiio of do conijioHlilon oil and titled Is uuud fur fuul tu ninny whore coul uml wood iro scarcer use of peat as fuu In the Scotch whisky lilvua It Its l c flavor cJPelt null hull Itt11IIII dIIlUlI lhl 1 M limal sites i p UNION Mr W A Arnold of hnncnnlcr Wild hero hint week in Inulitcim Dllllun wild a inuro mid cult to lJ U McUliorlor price nr- Minn Myrtlo IMiwili lit visiting ruin liven im Haul Creak t Mr J II Iiirknaiul wlfnof MHIIKP visited Mm I U llnm Htindiiy Hevornl frnni how ittlondud Iho ul MiiiiM1 Hniimlny held tmiiRiiQt biiftlnuMt lliu Iniilnl Huliuul ulitlcd about It hurtMm lT IMrks nnd olilldrcn or IriMiclicrMVllli frlcndu here Mr B II Walker who hud un tipcru tlnn prejoniied and MifTured u relapie now to bo out n iilti- Wnltor ntiil Thai WollN lucoinpanl cd by their of Silver Creek spent Sunday wilt their sister Mm John Nowlnnd- Joo Mariioo sold to H B I Murphy u combined Nutwood nitre price unknown HID IRlii Jump bull rctfulitr appointment ill Kiilrvluw everybody come Married ul the homo of tho bride on tho MINI HIIKIM Iolotcr Kiiilro Pointer to James Mlddluton of 1olnl Lcavcl llcv Ililrd cilllcliilliiK Mm Johns daughter of Iolnl Lcavol visited Mrs Lee JiiHtlneaii Sunday A destructive lire broke out day on Whetstone knob but I about under control at this time It L Murphy wan In floras re on biihlne All hopes fur lie recovery of Mrc Joe Hull tins been abandoned Mio Is now upetchlcM Good Llnment You will hunt a KIHK whllu Iwforo you II ml a preparation thaI IN to UliiiiiilMirhililn Liniment UN a euro fur lUUncular fwd iliciinnuic palnx fur Iho euro ot upraln mud hoteliers of the minoleM U IK iually valuable fur hick Had all deep nealed tniiscti tar piling M nod ftO cent by F I FrMilo MT IIKHHUN McatrH Speaks hanged mill from this place Monday to Mr Job Mr Hlkan a bunch of MioalN to Mr Curl ItnbltiKnn fijf mill Mm J A linnet aged 70 and 71 celebrated their gulden wed ding on MUlch Hit Their children and a number of Kramlulilidren were present Mr Sam Dunonn visited tits aunt Mrs least Martin In Wanliliiul ni county Friday Mr A S Daan rolurncd from a wccukH vlili with relative In Lexing ton last Friday Mrs JUH Lravtfoid IN my Rick with gripe Messrs I Lenmy and Mont gomery have Frankfurt on a raft thin week Mr N Grow of Loyd was with hi KOII Mr Kdd Grow Sunday Mrs Ilnda Duncan of Umvllle Is with relatives III thin locality MM Mary A Sanders Miss Hcatrlco and Mostor Thompson of Stone were with MttMlamrft II It Montgomery unit Sum Duncan a part of last week Prince Ruperts Drops Irlncn UuiioriN drops are drop of mutton glass contiolldalml by falling to water Their fiirni IB that of a lad polo Tim thick ooh may bo ham mured pretty Rinnrtly without Its brwik lag but If the munllrsl lorilnn of Iho tldii cud In nipped off tho who tiles lulu duo dust with oxdo lvi violence tuyi If not Invented IVinco iluport worn Introduced by him tutu Knglnnd tJIOUHNK Messrs Clark and Lyons bought a tract of land containing 20 acres of Harvey Lou paying I100 Miss Lolin Hamin of Lancaster win with homo folks Sunday Miss Lucy Joe Marseeof Marksbury Is HpcndhiK tho week with relatives here Mr Ciul Hlakcman of lluonii Vista spunt Sunday with Miss llorlha llnmm Mr J U Turner way called to see Ills molhor Mrs Turner of llyallsville who urlpp Mr F L Clarke and family spent several days with relutlvesal Vulloy View the past week Mr mud Mrs J II Turner lit tie daufchtur Dolla Mae of Markhbury went with Mr and Mrs J S Carper for Sunduy Mr Holcomb of Jackson who has f Icon with vS lluwllim fur several law Is preparing to run a llrsi class I tilackKiiilth shop Intro which will bo a I limit benefit to our vlllnuo I MrT 1 Mr Murphy of NIoliuluBvlllo visited Mr rot nor Bundiiv lilt built very were r Nl xl II1I1Iny Rev III lit I r J lame lull rill Ill I their MW Mursees rarlll At r I II i J A 0 guile to W b ii J M IIi tpmtto hick of j 1 line Ir rim 1- a toy All uru gucele mil I ra a wives t lhrecyea r old it I six Iteymiokk and Star Con tly gnat solo a aL- i h 4 3 peso a tutu ft l Ilundrun mud tIt JAIUIAIU U1UCU1T COUHT- Iliiitlnn Curler ft 0 II Allen B nd mlnlhtriitorM of ilia cslnlo of J II Carter 1llTn FI llolaii t Mnllla llolan Dcfln viol ue of a of limo Unr Haul Circuit Court rendered at Its March tend lUOU In iietlnn I a H Master Commissioner AtltlljZOlli 1100 iinlwreii the IIOIHS of IU H in timid 2 p m It hHnu county court soil in tlio hluhtSl butter at the lioilso lour III Lancanler Uiir raid counly Kentucky limo following dcwrlbed real situated In I n i rut I county Kentucky and Is de CM bed as foil wt- On Lima waters of White Lick Creek on tho Ililnl Lick und Creek It being tho snino land purchased F J fr F II deed doled MayJU IU01 which Is of meant III the inward county clerks oilltw In 18 bounded as fidlow at a In the inlddlo of the Copper Creek pike corner to MM Make In lie middle of n corner loNamuon Mrs llardlnsllnc Hardin land now owned by V i Wells thane with said H f2 B 41 pales to a lakeon the north edge of the mad neat a drain M 21 MO tuilcs to a stone corner to F J Conn pnsxlntr another slono corner to at 20 310 thence leaving the mad sad In line toConn N 181 K 133 poles to a on said line corner to Creech tract now owned by B L Kochler thence with same N 45 W Ol 210 lo a stone cuter to same N 10 B 88 210 poles to a point In the middle of tho ovc named plkr thincu with pike N W W 30 notes thence N but W poles to the licilnolin containing following tracts are deducted from limo Two iracU Mild by A K the tlrst con liilolnt 10 acres being conveyed by said A B lo as evidence1 by deed of record In raid ok No 13 277 Hpcclally bounded as follows III Uiir Hard county on White Llcx Joining the John turn heulnnliiK at H slake III the middle of Iho dirt road thence Iho follnwlni corners and dls traces N MJ W 21 N 23 B 62 poles S Mi B 371 poles S W A2i lo I IIH ucKlnnlnu Pima second tow owned by W M Wells containing aeres bring the saute conveyed iiy A U Itolilnson to J W Itoblnson as rvldenccd ty a deed of record In deed book II pauo Ii2and specially dc Kiribed MS follows In county 1C1 on lhu waters of White le at a stake corner to F J inn rniiiilni1 iheoco with same N 481 B ID MOO chains loaslaknln suld flue H new corner thence N fiO W 13 clialiik to a stake near eorner hence with new llneSanj W IA 31100 chains to H point In new earner to llardln S AU B A 22IWJ chains to a stake In cast or 41 B A32 chains to the iHkInnlnt also n lot conveyed Ui Level Orecn church by A B Itjblnson mining nut muse than i acre Ile ln nliiu In the middle of the pike corner wlib Mrs Jennie Maker as dpKcrlbcd In n deed of from A lloblnson to Level Green church The above deduction leaves a tract of land containing 811 acres minteyed to F J Hoaln F II Knehter on tho day timid date above written Situ sale Is mado for the purpose of rtiaiizUii i ho sum of plain tills debt In letest and cost which Is approximately lie sum of 13000 00 to of Sold salo Is made under the following condition 1 have to the defen dants homestead of about 20 acres In cliidlnii llin dwcllliik and I will tlrst sell residence of said land mud If falls to brlinr the debt In terest and approximate cost above set out then sell the whole of said tract of land Including time homestead The of tho homestead will bo read on day of sate TKHMS Said sate will be mastic on a credit of six and 12 ninths and the purchase will IM required to execute K security to time Master Oimmlssluner for said piiichase mon ey bearlnu 0 cent Interest per from date of sale until paid up on which execution may not pall at maturity I he same having force nod elleci of a judgment A lien will also no upon the land sold for the pa uncut of tho purchase money J M KOTIIWBLL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court- L L Walker Ally for Plaintiff This April 7 1009 Dr M B Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of tho Langshiro V S College Lapland 1809- Phono No 205 Lancaster Kentucky NOTICE POULTRY RAISERS Now IK thu tlmo of year to feed your a good tonic IU41M4 cures Choloru Otipes Hoop Canker and When fed us a proven It nut only keeps them healthy Hakes them lay centH No uro No Pay Ounrantecd by our ilrutruliit It I MoHOllKUTS Try It under tho uuuraiitco Ask for booklet on diseases uf poultry 312am CtIIllIlIll4iIOIlCII Halo or Jnllll VII the Rbovo will MON 11 nook poke flRlj f her Iluo S 21 W 221 to u thence S slut a I thPII I lit ucrew Ill stove un Oar wlln Sal JlIII Is 1111 lilt I lilt edits road S I lIT the Price 6u on lk mill mike wllii puny amt 64 j boundary car set tradehits payable annum tie I 1 itoh a SENTENCE QEHMON9 Trtio blue never tanks IndlRO Love never recognizes linnlililii In Hi way The earn trIo are never frco from caro fur others It takes n williluvnloied itldo to boast of humility Too many of IIR wnnt lima glory with oul tho school of grace Iff a fall faith that fears to have its foundation examined No raptures taut that do not relate tlipniBolvm to rcnlltlci Tho next and nearest klndneas It tin farthest reaching creed Ho who lives only In futuro joys will know many present pains You can he happy In any work In which you invest your heart To save your faith from formalism translate every article Into un act Highways of happlneiH are never cut through with pall nod team There Is a world of difference be twcen willing a deed and limply bo lug willing to do No religion has much power over us that does not make sonic great ap peal to us Cherishing the memory of sIlRlita and Injuries Is like filling the pillow with thorns The saddest sight In this world ID the man who can sin without any souse of sorrow The tuna who sits on the fence Is rand of talking about taking high ground on all ue tlans Credulity as lo the guilt of others Is often tutu to the word of con science within They who wear tutu garments of ro Union all tho week cnn feel pious on Sunday without a frock coal CYNICISMS Some people never arrive at a con clusion till they die All the worlds a stage with the critics seats fully occupied Nor Is she a Venus just because she has an offhand manner A woman Isnt necessarily a jewel just because she Is set In her ways Suspicion finds whit It Is looking fur If It looks long enough Many a man Is willing to sell his experience for less than he paid for It The fellow who makes light of everything never sets tho world on lire Tho dead nre soon forgotten and Bonio of us dont even wait till wo are deadIt takes nerve to succeed but It takes moro lo explain successfully why you didnt There may be nothing new under the sun but lots of people Impress us as being pretty fresh KILL TH COUCH CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New 7 AND WITH Discovery r ourselves always FOR cOUCHS PRICE ICe aun Fm aTrial Benue GUARANTEED 8ATISFAOIOB OR MONEY REFUNDED R K McRoberts Drug Store await Iron I Fence Cheaper than wood Will t t lifetime r Ulll leirtl VHlCl fit II tea lift CINCINNATI O L Om 100 JdUu el steel li eet self Bentley Cortersville Ky Also MONUUKNTS HOW TO SKIN DISEASES Tho that cause akin diseases must be drawn to the aurfaco of and destroyed external use will do this and will euro every form of akin disease ealo everywhere Write for sam plo E Loula Fur tile ut MoIljbarU Drugstore AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG AAIIf r I Fun Ieoo Call CURE a tor W Co8t BUY i MwARr1xosoutl mil 1uNae p- t1 w- Ebb U9G im time akin I MIXING OF SOLUBLEOILS SPRAYING Soltitlonn Which Aro Ionn Trmttilo to Prepare Than In LimeSulphur My Phillips KiitoinolojlnlT I The llmosulplillr spray Is ono of our moot hnpnrlnnt liisvetleldr sad Is destlnod to play n prominent pert In tho horticulture of the fntnra It U eminently satisfactory for mw aitaln the Man Jose some and seine ntlmr Insects and n number of fungnu diseases such ns peach leaf earl and pencil blight It also nlds In n gi n ornl way In clearing upend ImprovliiR tho condition oftlio tretw Its Rood points nro siitllclont to outwolnh any objections lo Its tune fur limo nbovo purposes except In special eases Every ono Is fntidllnr with the fact that oil dues no niendlly mix with water Thoro are procemm however by which nn emulsion may bo toads with the olla mid this emulsion will mix with water nt almost any strciiRlh Homo patented brands of emulsions linve been on tits market several years mid hnvo gained whit publicity ns substitutes fur llmomil plum Ono of the main objections to these prepared oils Is their cost Prof desired Kettle for Preparing LimeSulphur Also Suited for Preparing Soluble Oils Penny of Iho Delaware experiment station published recently n method of preparing tho oils for spraying pur poses tho products of which bo termed Homomndo Mlsclblo Oils These preparations to b co promising that wo undertook during the spring of 1908 lo test some of bis formula They are less trouble to prepare limn though tho method Is a llttlo moro complicated front the fact more materials en for Into their preparation Ily following directions however no trouble should bo experienced Tho cost IB n little greater titan that of limesulphur There are three distinct processes In tho preparation of tho homemado soluble oils 1st Making the soap solution 2d Adding tho required amount of oils nnd water to make tho soluble oil3d Diluting the soluble oil with water to make the emulsion ready for applying to the trees Formula for the Soap Solution dnllunsMenhaden oil 5 Carbolic ncld Ilijulil rruiln color 100 per cent pure IOUIIllD Caustic potash Heal to 290 or 300 degrees Fahron hell and add tho following quantities of kerosene Coil water while It is still hot Koronene 7 hater U This will cost about 17 to 21 cents Do not forgot that this mixture U highly Inflammable while hot and that disagreeable odors are given off from It For these reasons It Is well to conduct tho operations out of doors or under nn open shed roof lent does not readily escape from 11 mixture of this consistency nail very little heat Is required to raise tho temperature to the proper point About of nn hour Is sulllclent to make up one lotTho Menhaden oil carbolic acid and caustic potash should bo put Into tho kettle before It gets hot Tho mix ture should then bo stirred for a short tlmo to prevent the potash from cnk Ing to tho bottom of the kettle after which tho kettle should bo covered Tho kettle should not bo moro than half full for when foam ing begins at about 260 degrees It tiny overflow Keep the are well under conttol nnd raise tho tempera taro gradually trout this point oven tho tiro If necessary to pre vent n rapid rlso In temperature At 290 In 300 degrees either remove the material quickly and put Into n bar rel before adding the oil ammo water or throw earth on tho lire to almost extinguish It Tho oil must ho added while limo mlxturo U hot but should thou bo allowed to cool down to about ill dogrcnn before Hie water Is added to prevent filmy slight explosion that appeared 1 per gallon IInie sulphur hint carefully true I Gallons relined reducing mluht be emitted by tho rapidly rising whole should than bo stirred so M U mix It thoroughly after which IT itmuld form n somowlmt ropy soap mlktnro thAI does not separate or do Inrtorsu upon standing It will orate to lomo extent If left open n cover should bo plnced over the A sample loft open In a wnrm room III n GOO c e graduate lost nboiit IK per cent of Its hulk In n months time No heal Is required after the soap solution Is prepared It may bo mixed wllh tlio oils oven at a freezing tem perature lint mixes better when wnrm and much less stirring Is trout necessary to bring tho mass to n good soluble oil Tho oils should bo kept In n moderately warm room In cold weathcrflo they will mix bet tor The formulae wo have tested are given below H will be necessary to reduce tho quantities by onethird or steam The eVil 1 Renee fir moderately In formulae 1 and 2 If the mixing Is to bo done In a COgallon barrel Formula No fl Gallon 8op oolutlon 9 Iruilr oil 1 W IlMlti oil 5 VA Colt itboul tttila Ballon Contain about W 4B fir ctml of oil Formula No 2 Gallons SoAp solution 9 Crude 20 IHrnffln 10 Itoaln oil 6 um r Co t ubout 12 1 cents per gallon CoTitalim ibont 78 per cent of oil Formula No 3 Kolutlnn 9 Iaramn oil 40 Ilimln oil 6 VMr 1U Cost mi per Ration OotitnlMH about 58910 per cent of oil K fp distinctly In mind tho fact that there are three separate steps In this process 1st preparation of time soap solution 2d making limo soluble oil 3d dilution of the soluble oil to make tho emulsion ready to apply to tho trees Wasting Portion of Corn Crop Do you know says P J Julian of Kassutli county Iowa I think the tlmo Is passing when wo ore going to have our big corn gelds with 40 per cent ot the value of tho corn plant loft oul In tho geld to bo worth per Imps 60 cents nn acre for cattle to pick over Vo have got to stop that nnd wo are going to do It by the silo Ve cannot afford with land worth 100 or moro per nero to al low hourly holt of this valuable prod uct to lie out of doors Like Dark Nests Hens like rather dark or hidden nests In which to lay This condition can bo met by tacking dark pieces of cloth In front of nest boxes so that they will hang like cur thins When nests are located and ar ranged to stilt tho hens tastes they will not so readily seek other places to lay old lido their nests U Is bout lo have all time laying done where tho eggs can bo conveniently gathered each day and their ago accurately known Express Company Reiponilble A woman tho other day won n suit tor damages agalnsl an express com for carelessly exposing her fowls to thu biting frosts of winter thereby causing time loss ot combs Kven express companies must recog nize tho fact that pure bred fowls have u value above hat of ordinary scrubs although It play tnku n legal strug gnu sometimes to It to some 1001110 Make Womens Work Eaiy Sfon work on the farm U long but wom ans Is longer Therefore make tho house attractive and supply till devices postlblo particularly ui ID tho water supply G Soap i Pail one lmalf Water oil Gallon about rents Provo laborsaving II SHIELD CI WD- AAAAA a NO JUGGLINGl The price in plain figures Is nt tacked to sleeve and the label shown above Is sewed to Inside of collar of nil SHIELD BRAND Suits cither style single or double breasted LOOK THEM OVER A pattern suited to every ones fancy while the make is better than seems necessary or possible at any of the seven prices The Lowest 20 The Higdest Sold under an ironclad Guarantee Get our prices on Seed Potatoes Syracuse Plows Fur niture Carpets Matting and Paints of all kinds 5000 Rolls of Wall Paper only 5cts Double Roll Sanders Hicks Stone Kv and Lovd Kv SID I Ii i t r i SomethingJ new in Disc see tbenl be fore buying IiIj II ROOFING Guaranteed 5 7 and 10 years Sold by J B Mount Co mB I ttl u- I w Theres A ReasonFor Blowing wNwrw about the merits of our pure household FLOUR willed is the housewifes first aid to perfect bread making SVe claim that this line brand of flour is positively pure and milled from till very fmst hard winter wheat It has lost none of the essential nutrients such as gluten and phos phates which are really the vital food elements of grain White and Yellow Seed Corn BANKS HUDSON II f N We are prepared to furnish ICES on short notice We will deliver it promptly to any one in the city limits Phone 50 Give your summer contract to 4 NORTHCOTT COTTON PRATHER L E I z E Fz BII-I t L ltJ i V zv 47 c 1I Irk r c Commissioners Sato crlniut OAIWAttt W n Cook IilT- VSi Caroline Doflr- llr virtue of H Judgment of the Uur rim Circuit Court at II March term 1DOU In thu above tried action 1 in AliMter will un MONDAY APRIL 2Kh ltOU between the hour of it in mid 2 p in It court sell lo highest and best bidder lit court house door In LancHHler Oar described real Situated and in that portion if the town or Lancaster county Kentucky known as n parlor tho to Hampton Masons heirs deed of record in Qarrard County Clerks nrtlce In deed book No Ifi pate 248 and dated II h day Match IBlidHiid on by Joe Johnson on the West by Louis Rurnam on the North bY the Htst by street Said ante Is trade for the of n settlement ol Mm estate of Hampton Anderson deceased THRMS Said sale will bo mmlo on n creditor six months and the purchaser will be required to execute to tho undersigned Master Commissioner ror money bearing cent Inter est annum from date or sale until the force and effect or a judgment which execution may paid nt A lien wlli also be retained upon tho land I Bold for tho payment or the purchase moneyJ M ROTH WELL Master Oarrard Circuit Cuurt J E Robinson ALly for PIIT This April 7 1000 Commissioners Sale of Laud GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT M A Sweeney Ear of J W four will PIT vs Bell Preston c Deft vlrlue of a of t l o Oar rard Circuit Cuurt rendered at UK March Term 100U In the above styled action 1 as Master Commissioner will on MONDAY APRIL 20th 1WHI between the hours of 10 a m and 2 p m It being court day sell to the blithest and best bidder at the court louse door In Lancaster Oar rard county Kentucky the following described real property In Oarrard county Ky on the and Burgln turnpike and adjoining the land or Calvin Lane Chas and Gus Scott und others being the same Inherited by the defendant Bell Preston frond her Wll lIam Ko sey containing about 19 acres Said Kale Is fur the purpose or realizing debt Interest and cost which Is approximately on day or sale the sum of Said laud will ho sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 0 and 12 months purchaser will bo re to execute good se curity payable to undersigned Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing 0 annum from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a upon which execution may Issue ir not at maturity A lien will also be retained dpon land sold for the payment of the purchase ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Hcrndon k llerndon Attys for Pill This April 7th 1009 IIt r r vJrtrttT COURT 1111 COIlIll1I lIlol1er 10 rand un II ell I the Uuntatn on per nineteen money- J M I rteaaw t s rlw c t A 5- r 4 I lit county c Duucau tuwn t founded tiuuth gun purchase old I l graud father n made v r1 g lMlKAUIIHII8VIIIKi Mrs Henry Hlnnkrnilitp Is III Mrs Thomas Naylor IR with 81 Louis relatives Mr Fount lllankcnshlp olio and little sun visited the homofolks last SundayMr T Blngaman of Stanford was hero last week on business Miss Katie Payne Is with relatives hero after a pleasant visit to Mrs Josh Daniels or Jurrard Mr and Williams visited their old lento In Uarrard last week J t Horton has just returned from a two weeks slay at Martlnsvllk1 mud Niles Villa Rosa or Uarrard Is the attractive guest or her sister Mrs Fado Parks Messrs Richard and Penn Williams visited their staler Mrs Henderson at Paint Lick William Aknrs and family of Lex Ington have arrived std arc lend clued In the former residence if J L Kennedy Mrs J II Thompson drew the line gold watch given away by Menefee Elmore k Sun We are Informed that Mr and Mrs A J Thompson and ramlly arc verb highly pleased with their tine Boyle county home which tnev recently purchased Our community will miss this family without doubt Mr Thompson came to this county some 20 years ago und was one or our mtisj substantial citizens a good business nun and a tine neighbor The Misses Thompson were very popular with our young people and Miss Ella Thompson had been organist at the DapList church for sumo time Truly our loss Is Boyles gain We wish them well In ther new One Left Santa Claus brought me a little baby sister for Christmas confides the small girl iron next door Ho did That was one answers the neighbor Yes an its th only pres ent mo an Freddie got that papa hiss not broken already wlndlu It up an showln us how it runs Judge Prof Hi A Howell of Havana Cuba Recommends Chamberlain Cough Remedy As loud as 1 can remember my mother was a faltliful user and intend of Chamberlains Cough Remedy but never In my life have I realized true value until now writes Prof II A Howell of Howells 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 the following night his condition was desperate lie could not lie down and It was necessary to have him In the ever moment Even then his breath ing was difficult I did rIot think lit would live until morning At last I thought of my mothers remedy Chamberlains Cough Remedy which we gave and H afforded prompt relief and now three later huh fully recovered Under the I would nothcsltaten moment In saying that Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that only saved the life of our dear little boy For sale F P Friable 1m I r i fIlt fI t I Mu J 11 Its circumstances b dangerously homer arms I TBE FOX STt7JJIO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 Those who come in the lore noon will avoid the afternoon rush Photos finished up in every style at I prices Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO L i 0 clock reasonable f w i WINTER COLDSyou Them ifyou BALLARDS SYRUP uLSe UOREHOUND cr generally A forerunner of serious sick It the human breathing system U a combination of tubes and cells which order to Insure good health Ballards Horehound Syrup CoughJsyrup eUooted un Immediate and permanent cure 2Sc hoc and 100 Ballard Snow Liniment CoBOO302 North Second Street ST LOUIS Sold rind Reoom r ii 1 r R E McROBERTS lJ COUGHS COLDS BRONCHITIS CROUPAND intend lIalluru Horohouflu Syrup to alt amlowd- vlth chronic I for years with a chronic which all winter Jj Horehound I l a to would last k i MO- l CONSCIENTIOUS DILL fllll had char of tim animal tnl unlit the out circus msn and amnnK his pets was n leopard the only ono we had with the show sod enough too This leopard gave Dill more than all the rest of Iho menagerie put together It was car tainly an ugly bruto Well ono day when we were show ing In Dayton 0 I had gone on to Columbus to arrange some advance business I was rating my dinner In the hutch when a telegram was handed to me It was from Hill and read The leopard has escaped Prowling about town What shall I That was just like bill lie had to have explicit directions oven In ait emergency like this lie want to a mistake I Immediately wired back to Shoot him on the spot I didnt think any more about It until a couple or hours later when I received another telegram from conscientious careful Hill asking Which spot New York Herald Groundless Fears Clara with emotion George are you sure you will always love met floor KO fervently While life my own Clara suppressing tear George If trials and tribulations should come George heart Is yours atone my love and always will Clara sobbing George are you perfectly sure that nothing nothing at all could cool your ar ectlon George thoroughly alarmed My gracious What happened liar your father tailed Clara hysterically Worse Far worseGeorge much relieved Tell me all my angel I can Clara with a heroic effort George Ive Ive got boll com Ing coming on my nose New York Weekly Opportunity The automoblllit had run a call and was settling with the farmer who happened to have a shotgun Rut look here he protested me to give you 35 for killing a common scrub calf I outrageous Its extortion Im willing to leave it to any fair minded Youll leave It to me mister In terrupted the farmer Thirtyfive dol late aint none too much I was gain to haul that calf to the butchers nex week Im chargln you veal prices foi It Chicago Tribune VERY REASSURING i I do make Ill Her taste a amazedMy boo I t 1 aa lsl gilt lids sore bear it over task t o Brown Have you a recommenda tion from your last empoyer Chauffeur No sir but I can get one In the course of a month or two the delay Chauffeur Hes in the hospital Philadelphia Telegraph Much Better hes In the clan Yet he I proud because rte thinks tli better thui by far Than to be a never Chicago Dally New A Messengers Message Sam ask the first messenger boy got any novels to swap I got Dig Foot Hills Revenge replied tho other Is It a long story No You can finish it easy In two messages The Original Picture Show Aladdin bad just secured the lamp Alter a careful Inspection he began to rub It Here said he Is where I give a exhibition Chicago Dally News Doctors Opportunity Green That fellow who playa the cornet Is 111 Jones Do you think he will re cover Green Im afraid not The doctor who Is attending him lives next door HI Favorite Sty The Test Id like to write verses for your paper What kind of poetry do you like best The Editor Typewritten darned short and paid for at advertising rates Cleveland Ieader Strenuous The social struggle says the Phil osopher of Folly consists of two vio lust activities getting In yourself and keeping other people out Cleveland Leader He Was a Widower Her Tho man I marry must hue a family back of him Him He mine I have a mother three girls and a little boy Cleveland Loader Up Before War N H un attorney of Pitts Held Vt We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills fur years and find them such a good rurally tnel Iclne we wouldnt ho without them For Chills Constipation Illllousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 25o Ht R E MoRoberts 1 Get lob Wurk DrownWhy yes wonderful The The once har been wa msglc lantern some Brown at iota BUSINESS FARMING Us System In the Work and It Will Pay I have been a farmer long enough to learn tho cause of so many sons and daughters and rail able farm hands leaving tho beautiful farm snit country and going to tho city A lack of order and system on the farm and too long hours for a day Is what Is driving the best minds from the form to the city and shop declares a writer In Farmers Review What can wo a hand or farmers wire and her posterity In way of Intellectual development when they get out of their beds at 330 In the morning and work from that time until 8 or 9 p m7 And no attention pall to the sanitary conditions of home and necessary conveniences on the farm for doing tho farm work with the least labor and time Give me the educated farmer aa a loss and the educated faro hand as a hand When I come In contact with a hand or farmer that studios his business I Nut him advancing snit It is a pleasure to work for such men- The majority of tho farmer are men that Is eight In the forenoon and eight In tho after noon Eight or ton hours on the farm cannot well be adapted In all cases but it need not bo from 14 to 1C hour If the family arise every morning at five oclock and the wife and laugh ters attend to the household duties and the farm hands suit attend to the chorea and go to tho Held at oclock nnd work until 11 or 1130 and go to tho Held again at one and keep nt It until six oclock and go to the house and eat the supper and then do the evening chores they have done a farm days work Regular hours for work and regular hours for sleep and regular hours for rest and recreation with plenty of standard pa Vera and books Including the best ag rlcultural papers and books and a full faith In God and good grub Is wanted The family should rise at five oclock on Sunday morning as welt as on week days und do the necessary Sunday morning chores and then go to church soil show tho business man In the city that Sunday on tho farm does not consist In charging tho stock from one field to another or salting It or unloading a load of hay that was brought In on Saturday evening Coming to the meals at the meal hour It easy on the wife so she can arrange her household duties in order as can also the husband his farm work Men of worth and standing In the shop and city tell me that If order and system were used on the farm they would go back to the farm If the farmer wants to keep his sons and daughters on the farm he must not lengthen the hours for a lays work at both ends Limit the hours of work on the farm to 12 or 13 with pay for overtime and freedom to the hired roan on Sunday HOMEMADE WHEELBARROW Pair of Old Plow Handles Two Oat Hinges and Old Wheel Needed The construction of this barrow Is very simple Get a pair of old plow handles two gato hinges about one foot long and a wheel which may be r r exptC f the the till acne iF w IitwJw t well mennhlg elght hour hours seven snakes Wheelbarrow Made from Old Material round at the junk dealer The legs of this barrow are those of an old chair braced with a piece of Iron tho Farm and Homo These ar tides In themselves are worthless but in their combination we create some thing very useful FARM PICK UPS One of the most Important consid erations of the farmer should bo the water supply both for the household and the animals If we all would eat more fruit and lose meat we would be better oft Fruit juices aid digestion promote healthy circulation and clear the mind Pears and apples will keep bettor and retain more of their plumpness and flavor wrapped separately In tissue paper and stored In a cool place The value of the estimated Amerl can cut of lumber lath and shingles for 1907 Is 1760000000 In tho same year mho value of the corn crop was 11336901000 and of the wheat crop I5C4437000 011 will spoil the squeal of the wheelIs any practical way of clean lag wild onions out of a pasture ex cept by plowing and clean cultivation Small seeds require finer soil than large seeds Farming for Monty Years ago wo funned to live but now farm to make Money predominates over health and comfort This why fruit Is so neglected which tho AllWise Creator gave man before ho save him bread and meat Id Rather Dootor than to have my feet cut off said M L Bingham of Prlncovllle III but youll dlo from gonureen which had eaten away eight toes If you dont said all doctors Instead he used Nuckleiia Arnica Salve cured cures of Eczema Fever Sores Hulls lliirim and Plica astound Subscribe for Record says If w Ole till wh too world ul n McRoberts lm money is illy Its B Qevifnmint WhlUwaih Nice unpacked lime onclmlf bush slack with hollliitf water pouted over too lime and keep covered dut mutt the iroucKK to keep In the shun Whet slacked strait tlio lliiild lime through n line ulevo or suitable utialii cr and odd to the drained portion one peck of salt previously well din solved In water Holt three pounds of rico till thin paste and Hill holllnu hut Into time loon solution add halt H pound or Bpunlfli whltlnui have one pound or clean nlco glue previously dissolved by RoakltiK well and IIIIIIK lug It over u hlow lire III a small kettle Immersed In u large ono tilled with water which should bo kept bulling until the nine Is melted then atlr the hot glue tutu the lime solution with of boiling water sllrrliitf It well and let stand covered to keep out dirt fur a few days Title whitewash must bo ap piled to any surface hot old It can be used as oil paint on brick or stone as well as on wood Coloring solved In whiskey or alcohol nay to make U any desired shade that can bo used with lime urcen can nut as destroys Its color while hi turn the color ruins the whitewash caUh n K It to crack and peel 1t can be used Indoors trout and Is claimed to bo very durable Kor larger the abjvo proportions must to used throughout This Is the rvclpn given for the brilliant stucco whlto wash used on the East end or ho Whlto House In WnshliiKton Fur ordinary limo whltcwatli Uhcd for sweetening and disinfect Intf Inside walls and collars and outhouse the plain slacked line solution Is effective but It will peel tilT rub off and turn yellow anti should be renewed often fur sanitary reasons Curt Turkey Mrs II A Sutler HtephcnsburK Ky says Your Ilourbon Puultrt Cure Is alrluht 1 had a tine turkey MI nick with cholera shecould not eat and It cured her I also cured mr or with It For silo by JU Mount Co Work of Women Inventors Women arc said to have been Issued more thin 6000 patents by the United States ofllce They are not all domes tic by any means either as some 01 them are for car couplers night signal Ing lire rafts car wheels machines for manufacturing ozone and a for the blind A pocket sewing machine and a sash that will go un without sticking are other Inventions by women Unequaled Cur for Croup Resides beltu an excellent remedy for colds and throat troubles Chad berlains Coutth Remedy Is unequaled is a cure for croup says Harry Waynetown Ind When ulv in as soon cough pears this remedy will prevent the attack It Is used successfully In many thousands of ponies For sate by F P FrUble 1m I Childhoods Complaint It Wouldnt lie HO to tiara to go to bed said the little Salpeon If It didnt get late so early I PAINT LICK Mr and Mrs Oarnett Kemper left Monday to spend a row days in Louis ville Dr W L Carman was called away I last week on business and Is expected home Tuesday Paint Lick now has n dentist and a good ono Dr D L Proctor of Ml Sterling Is here Mondav Tuesday and Wednesday As soon as he can to Sterling once occupied ho will spend most or his time here where ho has tilted up a pretty little ofllce Mr Millard wire of Paris nt Sunday wllh IK r mothi r Mrs Martha Ely Mr Willie IJrOKloipentbunday with friends In Richmond Mrs 0 W Rico and Mrs M K loss were In Lancaster shopping Monday ir you dont believe there U a whole piano store In Paint Lick ask Plumer Klncald A POSITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF ZEMO Instantly cure any case of or itching scalp destroys tho and hair It will give tho hair a rich color andlcave scalp clean and plo E W Co St Louis McKobcrta Drug Store Ask for sample Just received another Car Loud of BUGGIES We handle only first class Buggies such as KauffmanLaPort and Moyer Also a medium line 0 L Hamad Paint Mck Kentucky 1J I ell thoroughly UYo gallons bused FIne I of all the croupy all sad I I I have his Mt Illgllland and I ape I I silo I andwill everywhere WrltororllAm For Bale at I I I I sitter den II Inc quantities chickens gaps JC typewriter as a VII son arrange N a SHIELD No The price In plain figures h nt ached to sleeve nod the label shown above Is sewed to inside of collar of all SHIELD BRAND Suits either style iinglc or double breastedLOOK THEM OVER A pattern stilted to every ones fancy while time innkc is better than seems necessary or posMlle at any of the seven priers 1000 THE LOWEST 2000 THE HIGHEST S3ld under an ironclad Guarantee Juggling 3 R S BROWNLan- caster Kentucky Lancaster Steam Laundry tins employed Expert Lanniry Force Till Many Years of Experience Give them u trial They Guarantee Satisfaction THE Garrard Bank Trust CoIN- COItlOIUTKI LMMCMMtur Ky Capital Stock U K McUOWWTS Ircst J C Kubanks i Vice Ires U U Ilurlon j Vice Pros J W KIMOKK Cashier DV Vmin A ut Outlier It I Hlkin Hook Keeper We Invite Your Patronage The FLIes Books OO X XXXXXX XXXNKKXX O Salt Sash Feed Coal Sand Lime Briok Laths Cement Plaster Doors Paints Siding Ceiling Shingles Flooring Varnishes Mouldings Linseed Oil White Lead Hay Posts Grain Lumber Roofing Fencing Brackets Columns Balo Ties Field Seeds Lancaster Kentucky l THE I l I b I I 5000000It e SeJ1 LANCASTER LUMB M F CID occoocoocOO OO IJ A EEAZLryl e ja r rOOOiOO N UNDERTAKER Arterial ud Cavity Embalming OI Pnrlllooa 9tredt FULL LINE OP CASKKTS AND IIUIII AL UOIIKS ALWAYS IN STUCK J l or Mr J C Robin I I Hon deceased wilt contluue business fQr with J U Collier nu manager wlm I I requests that all who arc indebted to will 11IlIlIiC settle at ouee that I Ih llIe be Snlten III IUer hIl11 J jjjtJt Y 1- Tlie furniture store the present Air r- Rolrlnsott his leaY r P T t- wI A In every line of business there is only ONE BEST cant be two There are many Life Insurance Companies and most of them Forty years old and older are good but not one of them will do as rtuch for you as INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEWARK JERSEY 64 YEARS OL D It is One of the Strongest in the World One of the Largest in the United States One of the Oldest and Lead ing Companies of Kentucky Largest policy holders in Garrard County With the best citizens of Lancaster This is the Reason all Well Informed People Unhesitatingly Declare this Company the Best We invite comparisons and can show the MUTUAL BENEFITS record to be the best and most liberal contract Protect that dear wife those loving children and secure that property before its too late Go at once to I I r Phone 100 Lancaster Kentucky V J Cardwel General Agent Lexington KentuckyP- aid Policy Holders Since Organization 25O4763386O I 7n THE MUTUAl BENEFIT LIFE NEW J ti r C Agent tV1 Gossip About People N x v A Brltf Mention of the Coming Oolnji Ly Thou Wi Atc In T II Wnlkcr In In bed complulnliiK of grip Mrs O P Rush Is with Richmond relativesMiss Harris lit visiting Mrs 8 1 1 Anderson W I Williams was In Campbells vlllo this week Judge John Sam Onsloy was In our city Vcinciiiy J llobluson of Hiistonvllle ViII Hell relatives here Miss Lillian Leave Is In Winches ter the guest of friends Mrs CurncllaClay of Rlulinunul In with Mrs Dorcas Walker Samuel Hascldcn Sr and wife spent Sunday with J II Haselden Miss Mao Robinson visiting her brother Frank In Illchmoiid W II HarrU of Purls vIMtod his parents Judge and Mrs E Harris Mm Kd Price has heen visiting Mr and Mrs George Ilullow of lllchiuond Mrs Jim Anderson IN at homo again utter a visit to Ilarrodsburg relatives Mrs Charles McQulKln of Ohio M visiting her slater Mrs It A Burn Messrs M II Crulchor and Grundr Burnett were guests of Dr rind Mis llurnult Tho Ladlos Aid Society will meet Saturday afternoon with Mrs Jima K Anderson II M halloo IB at homo from a mouths recuperative stay In Ash vllle Mm Nannlo Bowling of Junction City Is tho guest of her mint Miss Martha Evans Mr J J Walker has been confined to hits room for several days being somewhat III Mrs W O Rlgney tout homo from n visit to her ulster Mrs Jim Hum side of Richmond MrsJ Mrs Ross Dust In and Miss Sue Anna Lear were recent visitors to Danville 0 p Walker loaves this week fur n visit to Ills tutor MK Hubert Itrowor of Cholslu Oklahoma Mrs Thomas H Slnvln of Danville has been Ilio recent guest of Mr und Mrs George D Iloblnson Tile Daptlst Ladles Aid Society met I end I 1 W i N O r fJt A t t 11 J 4 solo several 4 Amon a s l r I Monday night at the homo of Mrs J Joseph on Lexington street Mrs TlMimas McMillan was taken to Liiiilsvlllo Sunday where she will sub miL to a scrglcul operation Mrs T J Trice will leave shortly fur a visit to her sister Mrs Judge Mabrey of Tallehassee Florida Misses Fannie and fettle West have been recent visit to their slate Mrs George Hoblnson of Danville Sco II Harris II L F S Hughes went to Louis ville In Gills auto to advertise the Lancaster Fair Mrs D W circle of friends at her Inviting apartments at tho sclurjl building on Tuesday Miss Nell Johnson has returned from Monllcello accompanied by her niece Mrs L Junes and daughter Martha Ward Miss Lena Bright and little nephew Gayle Duty have returned from a visit of some length to relatives In laid Mississippi Virgil Klnnilrd Joe Price and Shin Icy Hudson Central University stu dents Danville have been at homo for a several days visit Mrs S D Ochran and Miss Aman da Anderson visited tho Paint Lick W U Saturday They found a very enthusiastic band of women Miss Alice Lauder of Ilopklnsvlllc now Instructor In tho Normal School at Richmond will be the guest of Mrs It E Mcllobcrts from Saturday Hill Monday Mr Guynn a most estimable old gentleman 04 years of a o living at Paint Lick Is In a very feeble condl thou and owing to recovery Is almost Impossible Miss Alllo II Drown of Louisville who was culled homo two weeks ago on account of the serious Illness of her mother Mrs A U thrown Sr has re turned home Mn Drown In we are glad to state very much Improved On this Friday afternoon tho Wo mans Club will meet nt tho Presby terian church Tho hostess will bo Mrs KdO Gulnrs The leaders Mrs Louis of Richmond and Miss ARia Marksbury Subject for discussion Scotland und Ireland Walter Scott and St Patrick Dolls of Korean Children Korean children mako their owa from bamboo nml a dried crass much like cornsllk which servos for hair Tho faces are mere daubs o wldto snit the rest It loft to tho childs hnaglnallon which doubtless clothes tho doll with all tho desired attri butes of the most finished French beauty llohomlaq Magazine for a J Lewis Glll and Brldles entertained a 0 his advanced alCO his II lid fiI III dolls Elklu select evening Arkansas T t Mrs James B Klnnalrd Hostess On s of tho utmost noted events of the week was the reception given by Mrs J li Klnnalrd In honor of the bride elect Miss Grace Klnnalrd on Tues day afternoon Tho house was tastefully decorated the rooms In white and green and the reception ball with American Deputy roses and potted plants Mrs Klnnalrd and Miss Klnnalrd received the guests the former beautltul champagne silk with net and the prospective bride a handsome gown of messallne trimmed with point lace chlllon und buttons In the library book was prepared for the good wishes of the many friends of Miss Klnnalrd The dining room was a beautiful scene with many white carnations roses and ferns and the mellow light of candles under green and white shades dainty refreshments also bore the same color scheme Music was furnished during tho af ternoon by Miss lichen Gill Others who assisted In the entertainment wore Mesdames D D Herndon J W Elmore Emma Hlgglnbotham and W R Look Miss Klnnalrd tuna been the many handsome bridal gifts which show time high esteem In which she and tho groom to be are held by their many friends The Rucoiti would like to add to tbo wish book that success and hap plness will follow Miss Klnnalrd and tho man of her choice through life Married VhlltakerPumphrey At the home of the bride In Lancaster Ky Wed nesday March 24 1009 llobcrt II Whltakor of Yates Center Kansas and Miss Bruce Pumphrey of Mr and Mrs Whitaker here Tuesday of this week and aro receiving tho congratulations of friends Mr Whittaker Is one of Woodson countys good men and while wo do not know Mrs Whlttako we feel sure that she Is one of tho best women In Kentucky or Robert would not have chosen her fur his wife The News extends best wishes Yatea Cen ter News Ones Whole Duty I am glad to think I am not hound to make tho world go right but only to discover and to do with cheerful heart tho work that appoints Jean logelow Too Skeptical for Fables Tho modern child believes In falrloa probably no more than ho does In San ta Glaus Tho next generation will mOlt likely dispense with clilldruna books altogether Mid yet It Is said ami no doubt truly that thorn wax never MI age when so much literature for childrens use was written Lq dies Field r silk recipIent- of arrived God wearing trimmed The Lancaster Business Spaulding Basj Gloves Mils and Hats Hasclden limos 4231 Brothers Buggle Brothers load Haselden 4 23t Fresh caufeliljhn eierj Thursday at Cotton r 4103t Something new In harness Ilawcld K42 31 Hagan hasi large Hue of en Ilro Sweet potatoes We garden seed No othr See them less like o Has For Rent n Av enuo II 0 4 lOtf Dont forgot our private la beled canned gowls Pride Gljl Simpson Farmers contractors Rooting Wo will havo potatoes In a fe position In another 312 for rent to once apply to r Wool y will buy allude wo l can bring me 41021 Wall Papering I make a paper neatly Quickly W It If you will havet alnted or Ized Roofing ajxr Siding write W for lowest price 312 Court Dry Lunch One uf the 0 W B M of the Christian lunch at house court day S O Rhode leland Reds I havo and Cook of above brwl Phono 138 GJIvattsvlllo Lost or Mltleld Volley No The Penn liuurance Company on the K A tujtbe undersign Application hIts en for a Salllo A Leayell now Sallle 42Ot DrranUvllle Ky I allow no Ush n I1I11V 111- 14U2t J noblnson I Bargains I JI1 Kles Ilaselden 423t bv car r I IIh r yand Satur da 1 un 25tr fresh groceries cop V 40jt Go to I ro9r1 V 403t hay Call und 11Ilpett them III Simpson U c Drr3t Nice 4 r OI CUttagO erring Ap to w ImF ns builder and would t IJ r ding W 6ds G 1l Simpson I have two rooms p rs s wl r od refer as Sulll tJlett 33tf Wanted- I 6U lit c W Oott Co Ii n nil alii IOno Loa ven T 111 Le ujtou hurt from rIZ ups Ur li olJIrlcell rea lilli 220 lit 70U ssuod MutulS ItO life ut Aruo Under e I Maret ms u o n ere fry SIklmn ors ans Seed al kinds of n a Fu W Withers Il kl ofse sweet I n o nic furnish d p 1 Withers ui clmreh Itr erv toe Lau turd straps tuck runners Eggs ed chi lta lo Lea time Strayed Four yearling cattle 2 steers and 2 hollers pounds One black and one and both pelf ers red for Information B F Hollzclaw 41021 Gilberts Creek Headquafieri The best llna 10 cent goods Ic town at C p Powells In Granite and Tinware buckets only 10 cents Headquarters for everything Notice to Hear Proof on Claims All parties having claims against the estate of Mary If Ralston decd will present me on Monday April proven or they will be J M Rothwell Master Comr This April 8th 1009 4 031 Notice to Hear Proof Claims li ft I the estate of Ann decd will present them moron Monday April 20th 1100 property proven or be barred J M Rothwell Master Comr This April 8th 1009 403t Loyd Mrs Lem Tester continues ill Mr Willie Turner Is very sick at tills writing Mrs Edna Ilcndron and two daughters of Cottonsburg also tho Misses Prather of Lancaster spent last Wednesday night with Mr and Mrs Meed Teater Mr and Mra Raymond Blrchcll relatives at Spoonvllle Satur day and Sunday Mr Curtis Naylor nf Judson spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother Mr and Mrs Len Naylor Agnes tho little daughter of Mr and Mrs Aaron Ray who was badly burned about a year ago had an performed on her hand which was badly drawn from the burn She now getting along nicely Mr Aaron Ray bought of Squire Bourne one horse for 176 Warmth and Illumination Needed A philosophy without heart and faith without Intellect are abstractions from tho true life and being of knowl edge and faith The man whom phil osophy leaves cold and tho man whom real faith doom not Illumliw may be assured that tho fault lies In them solves not In knowledge and faith The former Is itlll an alien from phil osophy the latter an alley train faith Hegel Mean to Do Things Thoroughly A Chicago woman suffragist accuses Adam of being a loafer and bringing about all tho trouble It took a long time to turn the tables on the original man buhlnd time theory that a woman Is always lo blame for everything but now that the suffragettes have started lo eyes things It U tearful evidence of their thoroughness that they are start Ins at the beginning lUlllmoro American weIgh edsteer Rewa f o IUD b ed n All parties avlnll against M oty operation Is a t tilA as beautiful visited 4 TEATEKSYILIE Watch the RECORD grow Mrs N K Bogle has been on the sick list Mr and Mrs Sam Cotton was the guest of Mr and Mrs Kerby Tester SundayMrs Julia Walker and daughter Miss Emma visited friends In Mad ison recently Mr and Mrs Joe Price visited at Marksbury Sunday Mr and Mrs E B Ray visited rel atives In Richmond Sunday and Mon dayMrs Alex Walker of Lancaster Is the guest of Mr Kemp Walker and family Mrs T O Hill and Mrs Jess HID were the pleasant guests of Mrs An drew Bugle at Buckeye Monday Miss Alice Jones of Lexington Is teaching a class In music here Cures and Prevent W T Ballenger Lexington Ky says 1 have used Bourbon Hog Chol era Remedy and I think It Is tho only remedy ever made that will cure and prevent hog cholera For sale by J R Mount Co ASTHMA VANISHES e Does Catarrh Croup Hay Fever I and Bronchitis Hyomel Is a confidence creator The first time you breathe In this powerful yet soothing antiseptic air you will know that It has marvelous curative virtues There Is nothing disagree able about Ilyomel It Is a very pleas ant and prompt remedy for catarrh colds asthma croup bronchitis etc If your head U so stuffed with mu cous that you cannot breathe a part ole of air through your nostrils Hy omel will open them up and give re lief In five minutes Why will sensible peoploiuffor long er why will they wheeze and hawk and spit smother when R E Molloberta will guarantee Hyomel to cure or money back 1100 Is all R E McRooerts asks for a complete outfit I have used Ilyomel for hay fever and can pronounce It the best relief for this trouble that I ever tried or heard of I have had this malady for years and have doctored and used many remedies but Hyomel Is tar ahead of any of the others and has my hearty endorsement Mrs M S Martin Cmsopolls Mich Cures indigestion It rcllovw atosuioh sour atom noli belching and cures all stomach dls ease or back Large box of tab Iota W coals W all towns Sold br 11 E MoRoberU relatives and MIOHA 1nJsc st n GILES Farmers are making great prepara tions for planting corn this week Willie Gill bought some corn from Wesley Simpson for t350 per bbl James James Gahart a nice milk cow and calf for 140 Mr Wm Stotts bought some hemp seed from Talt Mary for 14 per bushel Mrs Raymond McCulley Is very sick at this writing Mrs Ed Cnandler who has been very sick Is reported better Mrs Tom Floyd has been very sick for sometime but la now Improving and we hope will soon be all right It Is amazing how some folks can live fiftyyears and learn so little No wonder It takes so many centuries to civilize the heathen Miss Laura Warren one of Madisons charming young ladles and Llnzle Warner drove to Richmond last Thursday where they were united In marralge returning home late In the afternoon Their many friends wish them great happiness The Cheap Grocery 1 7 Ibs Granulated Sugar ioo I Ib Best Coffee 15 3 cans Corn 25 Best Apricots i f 20 Best Table Pe Evaporal d Beaches 3 Ibs Evoporat Shirts and Hosiery Best Overall Suits 180 No i Work Shirts Gallons Oil Highest price paid for Country Pro duco EGGS nets per dozen HAQAN IROS Ky POSTEDThe undersigned nereby Rive to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice WS Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W 0 Anderson J W Sweeney J D Nave Arnold Pave Dudderar Daniels 08 Ballew lUvId Tompaon Mrs PD 0111 W TW orrel John A Sanders R fc Burton noilolan L D D Anderson Tiiot Owetn Sherrow sold somb 1 TomatoesP cue 15 Jibs 25 Apples s5 See Our ne of Fancy 49 25 ucaster W J Olllliplo II C W R RIchard lIerrrU Kelley 1 N t H warn- Ing Cook Mrs E E d a i SILVER WOOD 1fio 11 W w t an t J r Jon of rat Wood MTW record JS7f brother uNor Wool JUf lt of Ia4y CuiiiUntlue 1 ll HfttUt MJ aud tight other rrtr Woutl 2271 V itUo hV SdvreciFfdSTiOU llf of Maiuigtr as ij Ifick lleatl U tj Addle Nut Wuud 000 record 2181 Son of Belmont Sliver WiKid lit tUra rrlneci by Vatican Jf Illos ho by HelmontCI Vatican dun llatnblelonlau Fir Wood 10701 record 2271 lit dim Nora Ullkei lUmof No Nora Wood tll j Nora Wllkia llyHeo Wllket M Jrt Nut Wood 000 record 2181 dam Win Mof Maud 8tMf II i t IU fI lot l aanf ffandIttothers t I e- I T tills W Morrow Graduate Optician Qlaiici kilted Hatlifactlou Guaranteed Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Office Hours Office over 8 lo 12 1 pm to 4 Stormci Drug Store B F WALTER Phone 05 DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST OMce over Mln Arnolda Millinery H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PRONE 2 J Omce corner Lexington St and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER slid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and District Court Olllce over Police Court Phone 104 Ed G Games NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY M HOUSESOnly White Barber In Town Agent fur Danville Steanvaundry North of Public Bqu j PRICE will practice Dentistry at his honip Itlrhmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS April 14 Cattle Hogi sheep ItecelpU Mtt 414S M Shipments lot Ml CATTIKI hipp re Extra Buluher iteera extra flood In cbolce Common to fair Helfm extra Ooo J to choice Commou to fair Cover extra Good lo cbolce Common to fair Cauueri balognai Kxtra Kal Oomiuou and large llOQUi good packers and butcher G COTS 10 6 CO i HI 9 4 i aVe 00 6 l a t i175 4 c S4 W 4 47 46036 10 0TJ4 Ti a 7S J 6 74 7 M 7 l i l W Ximnou to choice heavy fit sows 6 COO t 0- MlUt iblpperi W 7P- OllpIIObiaudlen AUH sa Hit KKii extra AWJJW flood to cbolce OuriSM- Cbmmoniofalr V447J 1 IAMnai extra a W flood loebolce W- Cowmoa to fair M7 40 cupped lamb COST 1- 4IprlBfUmbi i Outfit M E e m U S INSURANCE DR X B t wwooevoeNoeeea 1 u h n I f5 C123 II p 11110 t III 4 JIlOO M 2r 4 t LOCI T LIft fIt 1lIokM 1 j T T 6 O wine roa 1 y- 4 t 7 r 7 i side e r r seeoaeaeeeo eweoeoeoeo Ur4 46SS I 4 1 Tw44TS 1 2 15 hull bulls UdL1EStextra Fair to goad I 11 Stags t dK45 G- St 1w v u 5 474 i i i Silver Wood should melee one of the stock horui In Kililnckr l l bccauietb ll backed up bjr lire and dam ol the blood that tail bo found Alt good hones run back to Iheij nmlLlr of lioriei fntl beoauM lu It I diet lioriel I taw lie U IM hands lilh good Lope ant end flntih black and white feet mid broke to harness hid uo work but ht can show a 140 gall anr time with around high true action Each daf the market cells more for true high and balanced action clear trot and and Silver Wood has them all and I cant tee why he should not make Kentucky more famous br hit get Silver Wood will be kept during the season of 1PO at mjr stable In Ijuxaiter Kr and will bv permitted lo erv DO good mares at very low price of HM to Ininrr a living roll I am prepared 10 rare for from a die lance at reaionable price lint no reiponilbllltj aiiured for accidents or escapes of stock com mlttcd Itt bet one tif ra lul rookhllf diver tall lie is Just alt clear beauty Bock to rAP seat ever style goat tor speed the my NABOTH JRN botliJrli a rich rrrt hey yean old and ID liAuitililgliwelgln of wjiidetfnlbcaHljr having rangy neck and earrj Ing a sue tell lie I a perfect hone with uiptrb III round action mitt nil suns nl Old Xahoth he great natural peed In and a greater racking horse can not ba fount In tits of Kentucky I been d af r In fanny huraM fiiriilitilnglh for all the nurktti In Dili country at d I am atixlitu lu encourage Itm breedtri of to ronllniia la ralio bullet quit An It generally known there In i scarcity uf good hor t an l lluxe iiillable fur the KaMr rn mar If the brtedcri would one they must lake Ih mares sires Nahothi Jr beyond All doubt l a horse that will produce the market dernaiuliainlftirwhlcli the t nbll l willing to pay high prices I pnrehaied this great young lUlllon at a fancy price beeaute lie lass nine style and breeding I had worked and he stepped a mile In JilO begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding lo Nabolb Jr You will note that IhU Stallion hat the blood of Old Niholh llamblelonlati 10 Old Messenger Chief lied Wllkei Oeorao Maiibrlno rblcf Illot t and llarrjr Clay rKIUOUKK- tiy Naboth 10018 lil U lie by Watilugham tIM sire of Utllnde M Jl and several other In the list Watslngham by fleorg Wilkes Old Nabolha nut dam Tinsel by Mei engcr Ihtrock 1M ion of If mt Ionian Peconddain lieu litter lo Jame unwell Jr l y lUmbletonlan Third darn Jenle flayre by harry Clay IV ronrth dam bjr Libert ion of Lance by American Rcll i XabolhJrt Flrit dam by Menenger Chief Jr by Old Mencnger Chief Second dam by Crlt Davit by Red Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred NabothJr will be kept during the i a on of law at my liable In Lancaiter Ky and will be low price IIVOO to Ininre a living colt I am prepared lo for stock from a dlilancu at rraionable priers bit no renpoiulbllltTaiiumed for accidents or escapes of sloes committed to my care NUTICRi Nabotb Jr In the sire of the colt that won the lint rhamplun cull itake oleo the sire of the winner of the yearling stake al the lmiciotcr Fair I MM T t t fI y n olllllh and a horse a long Slate hays year kel LrlllrIAllc prices Number horses right kind of that action t Wilt J permitted tOPfrtluru II a k fall It galled Ilk has Darns forum horses raise tolhe thatltpeofhorses beauty this horse 90 day It ilk atthevery care W BURTON LANCASTER KENTUCKY1 I n IIB Farm and Stock KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following arc the fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1001 as fur us reported Olllcors of fairs are quested to report to us any omis stuns or correction of dates LANCASTER JULY 283 DAYS Stanford July days Henderson Julv 27 5 days Georgetown Julv 27 6 days Madlsonvlllt1 August 3 0 days Winchester August 3 4 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 0 Taylorsvllle August 10 t days August 10 6 days August days Leltclilleld August 17 4 days Bartxiurvllle days Brodhead August days Shepherdsvllle August 8 3 days Ewing August 10 3 Shelbyvllle August 246 days London August 24 4 days Florence August 25 4 days Frankfort August 31 i days Ilardlnsburg August days Toiupklnsvllle September 1 6 days Fern Creek September days Burdstown September days ITodgenvllle September days Monticello September 7 4 days Glasgow September days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 13 6 days SuotUvllle September 16 3 days Bedford October days F T Parkes of Preachersvllie will castrate your cults on shore notice424t The Spring race meeting of tha Latonla Jockey Club will bj held May 25th continuing 30 days The banks of Maysville paid out 150000 uf Equity tobacco money to the growers of Mason county lait week IL Is generally believed that the late cold snap destroyed nearly all the peaches but we hope to have plenty of apples Keep the poultry house clean and neat and your efforts will be amply by the egg basket and kind words from your friends A choked cow may be relieved by tying lu her mouth to hold It open for a while Her effort to dis lodge It will start the obstruction In the throat G Swlnebroad and T B Walker attended the Jersey Sale at Nicholas vllle Saturday They report the sale of a number of cows at from ISO to 107 Chicks will not thrive In damp and wet and III ventilated coops and It Is worse than useless to try to succeed with them under such unfavorable conditions Wheat Is selling at II 00 per bushel to be delivered as soon as threshed This likely results from the tact that reports Indicate a falling oft of about 10 per cent from last years crop Monday May 3rd will be Derby Day at the Louisville Jockey Club grounds A largo number of horses are already quartered at Churchill Downs getting ready the Spring meeting Every farmer who has a flock of sheep should have a patch of rape It Is little trouble and on good ground will make a luxuriant growth and will furnish an excellent forage for your sheep till lute fall or early winter The Herbert Stuck Farm near Franklin Tcnn has sold to President Taft and Secretary of War Dickinson the famous saddle horse McDonald Prince The price paid Is Bald to have been u fancy ono A T Traylor will have Stonewall Jackson Jr at Sweeney1 stable on 20 court day and will answer any ques Lions ln regard to breeding barren mares he having with great sue cess ulonu that 41021 Hemp teed U very scarce especially new seed Considerable old sued grown In 1007 U yet on the market and U represented as being 75 per cent good at 1460 per bushels and new seed would bring 9565 to 10 per bushel Kentucky Advocate 213 tags UnIOn town lIaffKJ burg 113 AUllust 183 183 days 313 15 14 73 84 12 a lick for dates rewarded R mgt and A car load of hogs sold at tho Clr clnnatl Stock Yards Friday at the highest price In seven years The of selected shippers averaged 108 pounds each and brought 1745 per 100 pounds This made each hug sell for 122 20 The highest previous rec ord was made In September 1002 The department of agriculture rec ommends the following remedy for hog cholera Wood charcoal 1 pound sulphur 1 pound sodium chloride 2 pounds sodium hyposulphite 2 pounds sodium sulphate 1 pound antimony sulphate 1 pound Pulvei Ito and mix thoroughly and give one large tablespoonful fur each 2CO o jnts weight of hogs once a day A S of F News Tile boar Is the biggest part of the herd If a sow averages seven pigs at a Utter and the boar exerts as much Influence over each pig as the sow docs that means that the breeding of tho boar Is seven times more Important than the breeding of any one sow If the herd contains ten sows and one boar the boars Importance Is Increas ed to seventy to one This accounts for the tact that you can get along very nicely with common sows If you have a pure bred ooar Farmers Home Journal Pedro S Eitella claimed to be tho champion butter Jersey cow or the world IH dead at the Missouri AgrlcuN tural College farm at Columbia- In twelve months she produced 712 pounds of butter fully 100 pounds more than tier nearest competitor Estella was In good health butstumbl ed Into a ditch and was unable to get out When aid reached her she was too far gone to recover The university statlstlcan figure that the income from Estella for one year would an average stu dent In the University of Missouri for a like term Farmers Home Jour nal CARTE IIS VI LLK Born to the wife of Marlon Wells a 10 pound girl Rev Winkler filled his regular ap pointment at Level Green Sunday Misses Abbie and Sarah Lunsford of Burning Springs arc visiting rela fives at this place Misses Mary hoop and Mpe Allen have returned home from tferea after spending a few days with thelrslsters There mad dog pissed through this place last Monday and bit several dugs Mrs Aldrich Is Improving slowly Mrs Carter gave the little children of this place an Eister bunt Sunday Mr and Mrs P L Does of Drakes bora moved to this place April 6th Mrs Kate Allen was the guest of Mrs Jessie Green Sunday Popular Disease Dr nertlllon says love It a disease But whatn the difference so long as It adds to the batting average of His Joy of living Toledo Blade For Tact and Judgment It does not kill the Initiative or In dependant spirit to resolve to hold your tongue nor Is it hypocritical to be suave and politic The hardest person to get along with Is the ono who runt by fait principle and speaks his mind Half the time his principle ls a matter of opinion Comfort for the Bereaved Mn OToole Shes takln on aw ful Her husband got three years but ho kin nit 12 months off for good behavior Mrs Dooley Tell her to ret ally Sure an he may not bo have hlniiolf Ufo Words To Frees The Soul Your son has Consumption Ills case Is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to GeoE a leading merchant ut Bprlnglleld N 0 by two expert doctors one a lung specialist Then was shown the power of Dr Kings New Dis covery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevcns he was as well as ever I would not take all the money In the world fur what It did for my boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds Its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung diseases on earth Mo and 1100 at R B MoRoberti Guar antee satisfaction TrUl bottle free 1m I I carload bavekept wasa 1 evlna wonderful r Above Is n fair likeness of Nnbolh Jr Owiutl by W 11 n I uu nMcr Kj un But VERDICT 1621 Will make season ofl n9al rajr lace4 mllri from Incadet ou Poor house pike Verdict chestnut Jj hand coming rirocl with ai much natural Style soil action ai any stallion Sloe will comblulnf all Inequalities ai lo looki breeding ttjUanJ action that to to make a great lire and a flritelaii producer If the law of nature repeats Ilielf that like llkelhin you hare an ideal dock hone In Verdict I claim that Verdict aeries more of the blood of Old IVarlne and Waihlii lon Drnmirk than any houellriuc ai hit will show Verdicts career ai a show horse bastardly been equaled wlunluj al a 1 year old and ai a t jrearold itraUht through the Fair Circuit without break cloilnf hli JjeiroM ram the IxHilivllle bjr wlnnltif two first ilei In hit clan and winning aecnnd In hit class for itallloni an age thus going against the pick of the aged itallloni from Kentucky Tcnueiier and Missouri In a ring of fifteen horses Verdicts show career was enl short In lm by ilcknen only bowing at Itlcbmond and Lexington where he won and premium In aged italllon cl In 1UW Verdict had fully recovered from his Illness and after making a heavy season heihowed first at Klrkivllle where he won the beet ilalllon men or gel dine tint for but aged ilulllon show was at Islington where ho won std then to llarrodiburg where he won out lu aged lillloni In Sweepilakei Is In combined ring and ant In ring at this fair Verdict met with an unfortunate accident which kept him from going to the Loulivlll Hone Rhow for he was being ipeclally prepared under the able imwrvlilou of Slat S Cohen PedigreeVe- rdict by by sleek Squirrel M by Black Eagle by King Willlimi 7by Waihliigton Denmark M Verdicts Jay Bird by Ieavlne Ml by Young by Diamond Denmark CM by Washington Denmark l Cero flordoi dam Mln Itlcnmond Ml by King Itlchard be by Peavloe M King Itlcbardi dam tbaroi llhor by Im ported Iharo Miss Itlcbmond duo Jenny Lynn Ml by Stonewall Jackson TJi by Waiblugton DeumarkM You will sea that Verdict trace three times to Iea lneM Old Tearlne and three times lo Waiblngton Denmark thus combining the Wood of two of the greatest show bonus that ever TERMS Verdict will b tlfowed to Is adark I mate pAlgut srolke for lilt second nut ant model which Cero Uordo 71 dim IOU dam lived Serve f Ilrl gas as any orgetdingyou eat begets breeding lion show also entries loll Bred IOrJS td blares at 25 u In which event a Lien It retained on the toll for fist service tie Care taken lo prevent accident but not responsible occur A K WalkerOn Poor House Pike four and one half miles from Lancaster U1Gould FARMERS COLUMN Space below this beading It for the exclu den me of onr farmer mbicrllieri and U for the idle of stock grain and such things on turn at the lamer cannot afford to otter the No notice will be accepted over four liner and will be only lu two issues of the KtcOBO free For sale by Jas H Leavell Bryants vllle 15 head of nice ycarlliiK cattle Fur Sale 300 good 71 foot Locust posts 0 S Sanders Stone Ky 1 have a good family horse safe for ladles not afraid of steam or automo mobile Will sell worth the money Alex West I have a line Poland China male hog for sale Robert Fur Marksbury Ky Phono 21311 Sliver Laced Wyanrtot eggs for sale 75 centx per 15 Mrs J A Rice Marksbury Ky Where Fortunes Topple The demand for employment by ed ucated women Is groator proportion ably In England titan In any other country Nowhere In the world li tho dilemma of a woman accustomed to luxury and suddenly thrown on her own resources BO distressing as la England Drawing the Lint I dont iiilitil listening to a man who Is paying for my dinner toll me Die story of his life said the woman Mens lives are generally Interesting but I wont stand to hear a woman toll everything she knows bven If shin does pay for my dinner Id rather pay for my own dinner and got an occasional shy at the conversation PrayerThe taught to children Now 1 lay mo down to sleep etc appeared first In the old Now England Primer This book ap pealed as early as 1091 In that year Its second edition was advertised by Benjamin Harris of lloiton The old copy known to ho In existence Is dated 173 In the early editions the word lake was Insert the ttf of chugs fIt trwoeeseoeoeeso j eweeeaeeeeeoe before wards o W To Insure a Living Colt Vegetable On An Acre The Kansas City Star says a good fatnier can raise on one acre of laud any one of the following Ono acre of onions 445 to GOO bush elsOne acre of tomatoes 300 to 100 bushels Ono acre of sweet potatoes 600 to 600 bushels One acre of beets 300 to 400 bushels Oran acre of carrots 300 to 400 bush elsOne acre of cabbage 8000 heads Otto acre of potatoes 100 to 300 bust els Hero arc actual results each Item referring to the product of an acre where the grower was u specialist Asparagus 300 bunches 20 a bunch 1000 Cauliflower 100 to 300 pounds 1410 Onions 000 bushels 73c ISO Cabbage seed IWO pounds JOe a pound 1400 175 bushels low estimate 1176 Cabbage 7000 1500 To be it successful trucker you must keep In mind these things Produce sulllclcntly to supply the family to begin Continuous succession of crops Ease and cheapness of cultivation Maintain and Increase the lands production year after year it First 8lght It exists but It Is utterly fallacious and dangerous for It Is bated only on that fragile thing look It may be romantic but It Is not lasting and Is seldom genuine Illustracton llarce lona OriginIt sometimes amusing to the origin of words There Is tho word pecuniary for example which you know menus re lacing to money Htrance tu soy Its original meaning Will cattle It seems that oxen were the medium of exchange between the ancient Ro mans one ox being the unit of value The first Woman coins the linage of an ox and Iho word pecus meant n 01 or a coin according to bow used It cents Potatoes trace bore you Levi 1467 Grcnt Combined StulUon Will make the MitMin of lOOli rat J N Dminy tarot 4J miles fruit Lancaster on Klchmond pike at 2f for a Ilvlnj Ioitl DENNY BROTHERS Lancaster 71 OO O0 00 OO XXXOQ OO OO I 8 oaOooOaaa oar I t REX AR3UCWE Tooth Stonewall Jackson Jr This fine black addle itaHlnM sired bj Iho xriat saddle breeding Haitian Old ThU coin dam wai a Denmark mare lie li a nice colt lie hanclu to riT hli goo breeding Will stand al t to lure un III weaning lime W told alien on all rolls until paid for llarren maiei niaile to this Imprrguator V nivv xrfeel sine Billy Breckinriclge This nile black Jack M or John I llarrli Imported Jack ile wilt make Ik eaion of IW al rnr tarn al 1 le IHIUK a eojl until weaning lime Ill r l of Hot u ou tuj farm for till good brveilliig lie l a sure foal getter A T TUAVIOK 1 80S llMiant 11111 Ilreedlug KarniBlanford UK I No 4 I IM BOLTACRAT rrfdhr I new to 47417 teas stonewall l r standby In Ibis was sired by 1 show He will snake the season of IlKW at our Stable on Ilerrltik avenue at 15 to Insure a Living Colt J10LTACUAT record 224 IK u block stulllon by Iliiiintidn until Carrie Mack Ciinip FcruuNiin 4UI Brand dam Lay Thome Jr by Mainbrlnc etc Is by Hanker 4111 dam Pttchen- Holtacrats culls have records bottcr than 210 Ills CrapslKxitcr 2 11 111 TlMi 217 Ue Mack 222i ItitDv I 227 Jno Tuyltir 221 undo hound 22U nil have records under 230 MS IH the case of Oarrlo Mack llnlUcralV dam thus proving that ho IH fiuiii a of winning stock himself be Pig u winner Money poNlllvuly duo If marn Ih parted with sold or bred to anolhor animal We are not renpunslhlo fur accidents khould any occur We will also stand at same tine and place Daws Hughee Jr At 1800 to Insure a Living Cull Illack Jack 15 hands who IIIIH shown some of the best colln In Oar rard County JI H C HAMILTON Lancaster Kentucky Roofing Samples Free IIKFOIIK VOI lllV ft or rxl from any onvurlte inv and nk for Dry HamiiUi sod I will Miid un free lii return mall M uom I flul munnlri uf n7 all kinds Vt rl best Hubbcr Pebble Top llravel inr faced wlllt Caloutu Center and coin leU ItooniiK CataloKUe the trreatut rooting I iru nor made a cents niuaru and tin for good much bettor quality and lower pries than told by others buy a roll D dont think ol until you mi Write today U V WITH KltH MK Street Imlngluii Ky New riioim vsll Old Jhone iw fruit and Ornamental Everything fur Orchard Lawn und Garden Write fur Catalogue H Lexington Kentucky Subscfibe for Recur I I Mill Bermudas sire little get Lea 2231 J lit lIIulIlI II r11lo strain high 110011 r lurll T r ill rreEES F HillonmoYor Sons also w 1 w else per t Fare naer win J Cream Vermifuge witxIeJINLit 1 THE GUARANTEED WORM H E MEDYtTHE CHUDRENS FAVORITE TONIC timt ar iMiraTien BallorUSnow Liniment Co UT IUUIO M- OJIcHoliorla Drue Store ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Are quickly cured liy 7KUO n clwn UM ZKMQ Is tho brut known rrrunly fur th lnUHt tells M4tlT curl of enema dandruff pile And ivory form of akin ii i v for ram lilt K V liVliiCtJt Uuli Wr at Hcl rt I rurf fjr KIDNEY WILL CURE any case KIDNEYor BLADDERDISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE n 12ol N Virginia Bt BvanivUlo Ind writes I was troubled with kidney and bladder direction which mo pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run a had t abandon work entirely I had three ol the boat who did me no good and 1 win practically given up to was lad tint bottlo mo entirely cured TWO SIZE JOe AND ILM IILDANDRECOMMENOEIIT C C J n Storwea t Irmal awl t or alp I Hoe i Ilk FOLEYS CURE f I i nnl 10101 l the and alter Inklnlt second bottle I P twaNuNc teaeacee ewer 1e 1 a l re Write salty tt Slob son tie t i oft 4 flve gave was 1 i- e 1