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THE CENTRAL RECORD1URB UMiWlOit UyTAKMSIIKt DMtOUlACY AND 0001 UO KttSUKW TtritNTIKTII VKI It LANCASTER KY Kill DAY APRIL 0 IDOS I I f w r r r Tr wra qtr i i f n t a 1- 1f i 1 I l xvarrrrrer- t Buggies Surries Calls Harness Etc Jf you looking for n real bargain dont pass us by NVo believe that wo Imvo tlio Vest Buggy out for the money Wheel Guaranteed NOT TO GET Loose in the Hub Vo huvo a side spring long shaft Brake Cartwhich is tho pride of nil Horsemen Como and Give us your Painting Rubber ing Repairing etc Work First Class JOHN BROTHERS r jl 1ItMJtt ttdJJtt tt 7 j r J i i R na outsl n are l I I i J 4 I lpr FH i i i t 5 t t I sou J SMART Ideas p 4V IN H T LOGAN o s Youll Court Kid K M Tinder and 1rof J Hllrges will bruin a ncrlcs nf mccllngn at Bowling Orcnr May 3 The Fiscal Court fixed levy nt the hundred dollar and 6 cent for school purposes Barley Hanclden fire insurance agents nettled with Dr Win John the loss on his residence and fur nllute 1200 In full without discount Comparison n II Matson rccclrcd a paper from his brother in Oklahoma containing 108 rages TlilH In next In size to our Seattle paper which contained 188 A Card of Tha take this method of extending our most sincere tharfkn to the friends and neighbor no kind our We appro ditto tho and will never forget what wan done for un R A Uurnnlde and family Triangle which by local talent evenlpft at the Court House play which hat been facet I ig yhh unqual ified succtssJJIss the author succeful short story writer has given the play by request number of central Ken tucky towns Good Appointment Tbo many Attorney W 1 Williams will be ratified to learn that Judge Sautley will fnoke him Ills Muter Commissioner It ho Is elected Circuit Judge on account ofrfconsld erablo favor he once conferred on him and for which tho Judge has Intended to reward him Mr Williams Is an able lawyer a moral citizen and his friends will be delimited If Judge Saufley wins Twenty Nine Fired About ten oclock Monday night Mr Claude 1rueltt a welltodo farmer living miles on the Fall Lick pike was awakened by a prccullar noise In his buggyhouse Ho went to the doar with his shot gun and on opening It the Intruder opened tire upon him Mr Frucltt tired seventeen shots at his assailant who tell three tines before reaching bus buggy where his partner was waiting for him There were 20 shots tired In all one of whlcb went through Mr Prueltts shirt and one or more striking the would be thief who had taken a set of harness Tho harness were found in Prueltts yard but tho two men I have not been caught Policemen In adjoining towns have been notified I I nt liMn 1 ro cents on k lOll pe s wh wero hour of istress sn liTho will Frida Is No Williams I loaa she I a friends of Shots r about4 u h laugly day night lay lie a- We luring leeply bEglven abeau lfuhfittlo I LADIES OXFORDS AND We have made great preparation in Oxfords Strap Pumps and Safrdals The daintiest prettiest and most elegant productions of the best makes are here Not a Swell Style Left Out of Our Line The Spring season has opened and every Lady will want Slippers in keeping with her dressiest gowns An artis tic dresser dresses her feet as bewitchingly as she does her face The best always look to us for fine dress FootWear and we never disappoint them No fancy price for style and wear 1 as Iii l dr ssers tya S t Next Sunday will bo Homo Mlwloi day nt tho Christian church If you want U Frfdjiyliight l bo IhyfGst homo ev Sire of Ben Hur Red tent In tho sire of Hen Itur who won tho grand championship al New York Ills colln hays won In Chicago end Kentucky Stale Fair For further Information read his ad on fifth page Land Master Commissioner J M Roth well sold tho following lands Monday 11 acres near liiicna Vista to J T Shearer for 1500 081 acres at vlllo to Pauline Curlt rote for 12000 house and lot In Duncan Town Johnson Col for Mli Operation 1 Hamilton who hud gufterei for a few ilayn submitted to an opera lion for appemllclMfl on Saturday Everybody hopes Jim will re cover quickly Ho Is getting atom nicely Good String of Horse All who saw the horses of 0 P Cecil that were shown her day pronounced them GIIKA ones The three shown were sons o Oambetta Wilkes and have a 208210 and 210 Read a dlscrlptloi of them on fifth page At tho opening game of ball a Richmond Wednesday between Rich mend and Lexington the score was to 4 In favor of the former The Lan caster crowd stayed at home conse qucntly they had a beautiful day We certainly must bo Jonah Dr II O SUcarln will deliver tin third of the Transylvania Extension Lecture course on Saturday nigh May 1 at the Baptist Church Subject In The Elizabethan Drama Dr Shearln Is a pleasing speaker and should be heard by all our people Canny At press hour we hoar of the heat of Mrs Jus N Denny who was take to Lexington ten days ago to subml to an operation fiom the effects o which she died on Wednesday otter noon The funeral take plac at the residence on Richmond pike a 2 oclock Friday afternoon services conducted by Itev D E Frlerson Rev C C Brown Interment follow log In Lancaster cemetery County Court Three were probated In county court Monday The will o Oeo Evans gives his sister Martin Lusk 1000 and the use of the property for life Tlio other property Is equally divided among the family except one That of Win R Teate bequeathes 30 acres of land to Dell Humphrey balance of property to ins The will of J 0 Robinson was produced and probate continued it Monday May 3rd An average crowd was In town and considerable business was transacted Gittlo sold from cents Few horses and mules on the market Base Ball Notes On Friday afternoon before an en Ihuslusilc crowd of several hundred Prof D W Urldges umpired a game between Lancaster High School and D D Institute of Danville The game resulted In Lancasters defeat with a score of 14 to U From tho be ginning as usual the DsDs kicked on nearly all decisions of the umpire The battery for Danville was Bent ly p Fletmulng striking out 3 men Time Lancaster line up was HUasiln c Herron rf Robinson 1 b Hall 2b Schooler 3b Miller ss Kln nalrd p or If McRuberls cf Lackey If Hcrron struck out 1 and Klnualrd 3 Mrn John K West died at her homo In this place on Tuesday rather She hud been 111 of grippe but none of the fanny thought her dang erous Aboufu year ago she sullercd a purulytlo stroke and It is thought another may havo followed She was 77 years of ago and Is survived by her aired husband and four daughters Mesdames Jell Dunn of liryunlsvllle and U M Campbell of Rockford Md mud Misses llano and Knapp West of this city Her only sun Rov Robert Weft u prominent Baptist minister died about four years ago of foyer while he was holding a high position with time Panama Cunal Commission Time funeral was held ut the real fence Thursday conducted by Rov O Hush assisted by Rov II M tho burial luklng place In the Lancaster cemetery The deceas ed had long been u faithful and devot ed member of the Hapllst church Clio funnily is one of too most promin ent in the and wo with the entire community express our cuu dolenco to them Wl Men Once pan a time u man clumb tree sit rid of a mad bull a hur ricane como long an blowud him tree down den ho crawled Inter hole In do group tor little frum do Uurrcuuo an pleaso Qod hero corns uu swallowed Im shoes an all I tell you Ua A wise man what know how tor dodo trouble P 8 In Atlanta Conitl utlon j tlJf s will t or lc i J tint and- O court record 8 HIs and rill and the lawn his- S 3 c p or men Wt suddenly I I 1 a tel an- do It curl quako I I f t IIiurrl fIr amt Sale Carted t- Will wills too d i louse count a S HORSE FURNISHINGS wWt Wt i vtnICLtSEf OAAA IGlT7AAiX4lb tC Buggies Surries And you can Runabout a lifetime and you will find Our Buggies find Our Prices always right We will save you money This is evi denced by our increased sales Harness Harness Haselden Bros j ttstststststSt t7t t tztst ttstSI tst n F AND u Ruaiabouts-a a t q c I i t- ri t z- n z 4- faciana sa Reason Against Fallacy CoinmnulcAtloii Editor Record In harmony with the views of many clllzcns 1 beg lo submit a few reference to the Judicial race Irf this district on official and political which public It honest and capa Lie nis views on current topics Ko eliminated In Judl clal races are Im portant fuimirs in Time legislators can make any kifid of a law and the J udge Is bound to enforce it In his judgments and instructions to Juries and If an error Is committed the mutter goes to the court of last resort which Is also a law defining and not a law tusking body These premises admitted let the reasoning follow Every body agrees that Judge M C Sautley Is honest and capable as his lung and honorable service on tho bench presiding over both State and courts amply Indeed It Is frequently said by good citizens that he could try their causes If they did not speak to tribute to Integrity worthily bestowed Time Kentucky Advocate has thrown the gauntlet by asserting that Judge Owslcy tho other candidate In the race Is for local option and says It Isclalmed that all lemfierancc Demo crats will stand solidly behind him In his race for the What Is meant by temperance Democrats lies the party rtfvlded Into two wings consisting ot tipplers and time other men If so Judge SaulUy ueUug3 to the lust named class overyone knows that he Is and wusa sober man Then why should temperance men all vote one vyo Time writer of this Is a of the temperance cause but such claims savor strongly of fanaticism and are calculated to lose votes for time cause Again tho Advocate says This question has become the supreme and absorbing Issue In this and other of the State and the people watt to be advised us to the views of all candidates who oiler for olllce What about Coroner Ho Is an olllcer This question Is not a legitimate In any judicial race and an at tempt to make It so Is piro and uuadu leraled pollllcal scheming and time people will see It It they will stop and consider Should time building con tractor favor certain method In lum boring and the watchmaker certain condition In mining can only walt for the malorUl procured and Ube It In their vocaton In iUu man nor tho Judge advise the people In masking laws but ho as they come and build judiuenu with them unlll the people iTee a bad law and It builder would ro a bud niceof lumber The only render Judg ments Juries out of the material furnished by time people and In case of time grand Jury the county and commonwealth attorney aro con blunt advisors In finding Indictments JUdgo of a county court can hold InquUltorlal proceedings at any time unit the circuit Judge must leave that matter Ito his grand Jury He can do no It he U a nmn of Integrity The conclusion that wo should vote for tho man ac to his for that olllw considering hu ability and In we luve done our duty ourselves and our xVery respectfully solely ar always property IndVld mil shut d I Ling Legislative races U S pre veil hima llllatlon ono of emperatu alva II P stroll aducRte districts They tl nut r flrellc to take hem II lie ustruct te rlt U en ratters ammo g issue sl1uu should s repeal limit at Jeut Jud cat and lie Help time Ladles of tho church by going to Court llouso Fri j lay night Mrs 0 D Robinson wan elected District Manager of the 0 W U M t at Richmond last comply 5 anent worthily bestowed Grant Monlcal This horses ad that appears on tho fourth page of tins Issue shows that he ban a record of 221 and trial of 218 Ho will make tho season of 160 at L j K Rogers Danville Ky J Business Change Miss Fannie Austin has purchased tho restaurant formerly pwn d by W In an style giving quick clean serviceT She will put In a fresh rtock of groceries and solicits the pat nonage of the public Inspection and Banquet Lancaster Chapter No M will have Its regular annual Inspection on the night of May 4th Harry Hitiloy Grand King of the state will bo the Inspection officer Work In the Royal Arch Degree will be conferred after which an elegant banquet will served by the Chap ter ut the Kcngarlan A number uf prominent and distinguished Masons will be present and an enjoyable time Is expected Important Notice 1st has opened a stray and all stock running at large promptly taken up and Impounded 2nd Time tax on be paid and killed 3rd All hogs must be moved out of the limits by May 1st and bog pens cleaned up This notice will bo strictly enforced 4232t L E Herron Marshal weeka If Ward lll ton bp The city rent I must by May 1st or they wpl be taken up n I It 2 t I d stauno t rc rant uptoe It 1 t i i r Wagons Phaetons Buggies urriesD- riving I 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 PRICE 6000 To Tobacco Growersv 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 j jff i r ssF4- r 4 CENT11AL RECORD t 9UCD WEEKLY tlld A YKAR F 8 HUGHES EdrPubr JTnlirtd al lAt roe OjflM fa fonMiltr Kj nt Member Ky Pratt Association Eighth District Publishers Ltnoiter Ky April 30 1909 Rates For Political AnnouYioamtntt For Prt clncl and City unices 1 600 For County Oillces 1000 Fir State and District Oniccn 1600 For Calk per line i 10 For Cards per line 10 publlcAtlmmln tho Inter Individuals or expression of Individual views per lino 10- Obltuarlcft per line OS J f Yntl noire League J f It or nil e t lit biMl s 14 Ateoad e nu and w l Democratic Ticket For State Senator It L Hubble For Circuit Clerk W D Mason Fur County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Ujblhson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Oeo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jcn For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District Mo 2 J II Dunn For MatthUratp 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 for Circuit Judge of this district 1 pre ter a primary election M 0 SAUFLEY We are authorized to announce Hon ChaR A Hurdin of Harrodsburi as a candidate for renomlnatUm fur the iilllco Commonwfialth Attorney for the I3h Judicial District subject to theacllon of tilt Democratic party We are authorized John Sam us a candidate for the nomination for circuit Judge of this the 13i h district to the action of the Democratic A righteous verdict was rendered when the jury sent Reach Harris for life for the murder of his father All communications in expressions of Individual opinions In reference to political matters will be treated fairly and alike and no new matter will be published In the issue next preced log the primary election provided a controversy anises In addressing a lathering of women the Pope strongly objected to women taking a prominent part In public af fairs and added that a womans place In the home where she should be obedient to her husband If the Pope In Kentucky his tuno would be changed quickly or hed be mobed we mean by the women as the men In Kentucky concur with the Pope In Ills opinion Ben Johnson the present Congress man from the Fourth District has an nounced ills determination to be a candidate for the Democratic nomina lion for Governor He Is known as a clean man In his private and life one of firmness and fairness and It Is doubtful If there Is better guber natorial timber In Kentucky Ho It a true blue a tine man for the place Shelby wholesale partisan use of the pardoning power bydovernor Willson in giving Taylor Finley and others their freedom before trial was ted But the long reasons given fur granting the pardons could have peen written In one sentence The Repub lican party elected mo to pardon the men who assassinated Ooebel and It Is a I owe them Youtsey foolishly sad I cannot afford to par don him It Is no wonder the Governor was hung In effigy at Frankfurt as a mur I nle Higgins a t I I toannounco Hon Owsly Jr l I 0 was poll teal i J JT t exp c t Xr t f r r tl PartY L I i I lived I anywhere Democrat Record The 9 confessed darer Such conduct eta phaM R our that we should have a of Pardon fat removed from partisan Influence nod made In eligible tn hold onicc This la the only remedy An Trustee of Jury Fund for thin county wo received check fur 11100 tho for lust term of court Wo deposited limo check In time Uarrord thank nod Trust Company and began paying jurors tut was notified In duo time that the States check was not paid So wo notify tho Jurors that we dont know when payment will be made This Is R had showing for the grand old of Kentucky but It must be remembered that the republican party Is In power and that such a timing would not under a Democratic Administration Eminent Authorities Say that exercise IK needed j the American people Thats all well but how can people with then matlsm follow that ad vice Time an ewer Is very simple use Ballardii Snow Liniment and the rheumatism will go leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and pcrmancntrellef from rheumatism neuralgia lame back and all puns R E Mcttoberto 1m IIUENA VISTA Chas Robinson bought seven hind of sheep at 17 CO per lead Wm Christopher bought of Morton Scott 10 barrel of corn at It 00 Miss Martfart Robinson Is time week with her niece Mrs Cunningham at Marcellus Mr and Mrs Will Baker of Vet sallies were visitors at J B Robinsons last week Mr and Mrs Ed Ballard of Stan ford were guests of Mrs Ballards parents the first of tho week Miss Cora Poor and brother attend ed the party Friday evening given by Mrs George Johnson High Bridge Mrs W P Ruble Is again the guest of her son here The district S 8 Convention will be held at the Presbolerlaa church May Oth 3 p m A severe hall storm visited the lower section of this county last Wednesday afternoon doing considerable damage to window panes and roof The hall stones were nearly as large as hen eggs and lay on the ground two and one half hours Miss Cora entertained at dinner Sunday the following young people Misses Minnie Brown and Minnie Gulley of Lancaster Misses Kate Farley Ellztbeth Bryant Messrs Robt Holcomb Alfred Swope and Jesse Rogers of Bryantsvllle STONE Mr James Llltrell Is very sick at this writing Messrs Lewis Preston and Jess Le may of Danville were visitors at Mrs Mary B Preston- C S Sanders sold a milk cow to Julio Prewltt for t35 Mr Charlie II amm and family of llyalUvllle visited her sister Mrs Walter Fuyno last week MUa Katie Mae of Buck eye Is the charming visitor of Miss Llnnle Preston this week Miss Maggie Portwood of Paint Lick was tho guest of her sister Mrs Frank Folger last Sunday Mrs Forest Curtis visited her Mr George Anderson Thurs day afternoon Mr Angle Sanders has returned tram Crab Orchard where he has been spending several days with his brother L L Sanders Mr John Roberts wife and daugh ter of Hick man visited Mrs Mary A Sanders and family list Fri day and Saturday Lee Prewitt and wife J D Prewltt and son Were the guests of Mr and Jno Prewltt the latter part of the week Mrs Earl Gfbw visited her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Lemay last week Mr Raslm Naylor died at his home on Sugar Creek last Tuesday of pneu mania funeral services were by Ed F M Tinder of Lancaster after which the remains were laid to at Scotts Fork Mr Naylor was 70 years of alto He leaves a wife and several children to mourn their loss Mrs J C Burdott and charming sons Walker and Elbert attended preaching at Mt Hebron Sunday They were accompanied by Mr J T Sherrow TT JjFT M nOR deficit of J Mrs w h l tit justice content cent nut door very spend- Ing grandfather Little Mrs conducted rest RED LEAFChampion show stallion o Kentucky v Teijlple Hill Stock Farm Sire of lien Hut winner of championship New York Lady Bed Leaf winner walktrot class Chicago and the urey gelding that won the saddle und harness classes at time Kentucky Slate Fair 1008 and moro liluhclass show horses and teams than In Kentucky 25 to Insure a Colt and a Good One Or 1250 Cash at Time of Service R E GODDARD Harrodsburg Ky LANCASTER Colored Fair August 12 13 i4 091 IJ grand f tt t fp a f1o r 1 i any i A- 1 HTL T t k Abundant PloW of Oratory M C Bander and J 8 Ows to n Urge crowd here on Monday presenting their claliiH for time Democratic nomination fur Judge of this Judicial district Wo fchnultl like to report fully of their speeches but extra communications and adver tisements prevent and must o time voters heard them anyway Judge Smiley opened with a learned talk on government and ur cd purity Iii and tho enforcement of taw do nouncing corruption In ovary firm and reviewing his method III ofllclal life Ito said that he Is a democrat not a republican nor socialist nor pop ullst nt r a prohibitionist that ho had always been a temperate man having never drUnk I gallon of whiskey In lilt life that It was not true that ho was old and feeble being willing to run race fur time nfllce that It was true that he had no money and ho was sorry for It He said that ho went to Frankfort on an employed attor ney to make an argument on a bill In the Interest of time license league he suggested a bill to punish tho buyer as well as the seller of whiskey as In tho case of any offense In which two participate and that ho believes suh a law would bo Just In prosecutions of that character Judge Owsley followed referring to his service as Commonwealth attor ney and In other places of public trust saying that ho had no apology to mhko for offering for Judge that ho Is In the race to win that Judge Saulley had held that and other oniccs lojig enough and It was time for a younger man to have the office that ho voted for and favored local option and ho supposed Judge Saufley would tell how he stands on that question In repJvlDg Judge Saufley said that Judge Owsley hire an office now and Is seeking another before his term ex pires that while he was circuit Judge Mr Owsley was liberally paid all the time as Commonwealth Attorney and It his greed fur office grows until he Is as old as ho Sauffey Is he will hold every office from Constable to Czar of Russia that he hud not voted for local option and that he had glv n his reason on tho form and effect of the law that he had heard that Ows ley had recently been Ows ley Bald that he had been misinformed that he bad begged Owsley to support Beckham for Governor but he said he would not that several gentlemen heard him Owsley say that ho would not prosecute a dog for killing Dill Uoebel that It Is reported tUat Ows leI apologized to a saloon man for voting for local option which Owsley did not deny that It was reported that Owsley used his influence to get a republican to run against a demo cratlc nomraer vhlch Owsey did not deny nor did he deny that he refused to support Beckham and said that he did not remember to have made tho remark about Goebel Of course both men had a following but It was conceded that Saufley had the larger following and his friends claim that his stock went away beyond par after the debate Owsley did not meet Saufley at Paint Lick and other points where the latter spoke though the bills Invited him BIO Horse Show The exhibition of stallions Monday was by fur the largest ever held In our city Many of them showed good speed and fine action Some good ones were absent but the lovers of horses can see from the following list the class of stock shown Naboth and Silver Wood owned by W B Burton Verdict A K Walker Boltacrat J 1 II Hamilton Rex Arbuckle Denny Bros Stonewall Jackson Jr A T Traylor Patchless Forest Stapp Rex Helton and 11111 Squirrel Mark GoensRoyal Denmark W T Noel Dick Miller J A Cotton Pat Denmark II 0 Arnold Dignity Dare Jr Stephen L Walker Black Squirrel John Hlsle Rex Peavlne Jr T E Hendron Don Varrlck 0 0 Perry Lincoln Squirrel and Red Light 0 G BeazloyAshland Brook and King Eagle S T Harris Robert Woods Kentucky Peavlne L R Duerson Carroll Preston W 0 Walker Dr Brightheart and Gen Adelle 0 and O P Cecil Grant Monical R 0 Evans and L K RogersDare Ytu and Montgomery Star 0 B Robinson and Mack Hughes Winks B F Holcomb Preston J 0 Halley Red Lear R K Goddard Dignity Dare I S Carpenter Almout Dare E 8 Powell Son Jessamine Squirrel R Moss rogues Major Ben Bolt B F Robinson lire Blue Eyes L H Brown Body and Soul nilllp Brook wrote The care of the body and the care of the soul are not two duties but two of one duty Swept Ov r Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman Ignores the rivers warnings growing rippled and falter current Natures warnings arc kind That dull pain or ache In time hack warns you tha Kldneyi need at tension It you would escape fatal ma ladlw Dropsy Diabetes or BrlghtN disease Take Electric Hitters at once nod see Backache fly and all your best fedluits return After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame back one battle wholly cured me writes j R niankemihlp of Hoik Term On ly too at R E McRuberU Itq Wt 11 1 IAn pol- Ities drunkbut w Dr Z 0 It L Elklll 100 I afoot generally h Munson Gen do part General News The yullan of Turkey anti chiefs II lotuil reach ed rib dgrcemunt under the tvrnu of which Dm Sultan Is lo remain as soy ereign of tho empire but with powers restricted limo Florida Senate by a voto of 21 to 7 passed a hill for tho submission to tho voters of tho question of prohibition Tho bill Is now be fore tho House The situation In Asiatic Turkey Is still threatening Iho wave of fanati clam which originated nt Adana some ten days ago nnd found expression In the massacre of Christians apparently Is spreading generally through tho oantern provinces ITpwurd of 16000 Armenians were slain In Syrian towns and villages principally liithe vilayet nf Adaim Senator Dolllvcr was central fig mire nn exciting debate on the tariff Time Iowa Senator took tho Finance Committee sharply to task ami de Glared that If hill was passed an reported no ono would be able to to from tho Dlngley bill Ho declared that the schedules must bo emit and that time revision thus far was merely a joke Senator Aldrich replied and a sharp debate was kept up for some time Time bill which recently passed by the Minnesota Legislature was signed by Guy last week Time bill makes It a mlsdcmaenor to manufacture sell or give away cigarette papers within the State It exempts Jobbers who do an Interstate buslucsss It now becomes a law and will go Into effect August 1st next Dont Read This Its a Bargain A recent order Issued front the States Post Olllco Department makes It mandatory upon us to collect all subscriptions past due for twelve months or more or have same discon tinued Ab a special Inducement to all those In arrears to pay up we will have mailed to them free for three months Tie Kentucky Farmer a and up todate weokl journal publish ed at Louisville This will give you your home paper for one year and a firm paper for three months for tho price of tho homo paper alone This utTer Is open to all new subscribers or renewals who pay cash in advance The Choice la Onea Own Soma Persona assimilate only what la ugly and evil from the unrno moral circumstances which supply good and beautiful results tho fragrance of celestial flowers lo the dally life of others Nathaniel Hawthorne True Happiness MuBBcrg 1 see a prominent society belle fa dead If there ever was a perfectly blissful existence on earth she enjoyed It while she lived Mr MURgers Because she was a society Mnggcra No Recaiise was engaged 24 times and never mar rued New York Weekly Dope Mr McSosh Say old man Im Into the hotel business Mr DeLtish Great 1 What are you going to call your hotel Mr IXSosh doing to name It aftoi myselfMr Delush Good again If theres anything In signs Itll be lull all tin time Cleveland Loader Absolute Security Citizen Yes I havo an umbrella that needs mending but If I tot you have It how am I to know that you will bring It Umbrellamender Haf no fear 1 always charge snore for mending dun I could aell zee umbrella for New York Weekly You say he written some original songs Yes Why doesnt he publish them No use Theyre not good enough to be great and not had enough to be leader Misunderstood Court Officer after adjournment Mr Sklles will you see that the Jury comfortably fixed New Ilallff Fixed Mr Great Scott whos going to put lip the money Chicago Tribune An Early Riser Are you an early riser Am I Sure Im slch an early riser sor that Im afoarcd sometime Ill ketch mesllf glttln1 up when Im to bed Yonkora Statesman She Knew Her Mo The Impudent thing wanted ma to mnrry him Sltslo Whun la time wedding going to bo English a She Is Spoke Ilutcher Any orders today maamT Prim Spinster Yes You may send mo a nlco cr limb of luwb Judgo WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest price paid for Poultry GOOD GLEAN EGGS lOots Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber l 7 lit Limo Const lutvo time was live Mrs Mrs she go- Ing backT popularCleveland is 1 FIxed H B Nortncott a limo party Statewide l- It cross 9ro Aml Cigarette Johnson united belle U3e1eu Jinx Pat gum a OFFICIAL CALL Tho Democratic OMtmnlttcn tu and fnr tho Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky met pursuant to till Cull of the of tied of Cholmult In Danville County Kentucky on Tuesday Match S3 looti ut 2 p m and nil mem burs were present meeting wai called to Chairman Penny Chairman announced that time election of n of said Committee was In order mum Chomiult Hiiguely Kits duly nominated and elected Secretary Committee Mr thou mroduccd the following resolu lOllS which were unanimously 1 A primary election Is hereby to bo In time precincts of Lincoln lioyle Gnrrntd Counties between n n m and 4 p on Saturday May IV Itxw fur tile of Humiliating Demo cratic candidates fur the olllccs of Ilr cult Judge nnd At In for Limo Thirteenth Judl clal District of Kentucky lobe voted form tho election I IK 2 All Democrats who are legal voters shall bo entitled III said primary election and aro requested to do no 3 Any who desires to bo a the Democratic nomina tion Circuit Judge or Common April 30 notice of such lii In writing to 0 L Chairman of the District Committee of the Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates for time nomination for Circuit Judge shall at time tlmo of giving Maid notice deposit with the aforesaid chairman sum of WOO and candidates for tho nomlna lion for Com mon wealths Attorney shall at tho of giving deposit with chairman 1300 4 Said District Committee shall the ficcrolaiy In Danville Kentucky 011 May 5 at 2 p m and If at the expiration of time fixed by section 3 hereof bo nut more thin one candidate fur Circuit Judge or Cum monwcalths Attorney who has com plied with the conditions of Section 3 the Committee will declare to be time nominee for the office sought that person who Is time only candidate mid shall refund to such candidate time en trance fee paid by him less lilt propor lion of time costs already accrued tram advertising and preparing fur the elk 6 Tho polls shall bo opened In each and every precinct of counties time aforesaid In tho usual and regular voting places n Upon the closing of time polls tho proceed to count time bat to returns and In lug shall be governed by tho of time general election laws and tho returns shall bo trade to the chairmen of the respective counties In will deliver the stubbooks the certificates mind any questioned ballots to this uDlccrs of election shall lie selected from lists to be uttered by the candidates III accordance with the provisions of the primary election law committee 8Ench candidate shall bo entitled to designate by written notice to the chairman of each county committee In the district not third live days fore May Ifiih 11KW tho lame of one person for each vollng In each county to net as challenger and In spector for said at said prhn try eletlon 0 On tho next day after the returns shall have been the committee shall meet and canvass Use vote cast and Issue certificates of nomination 10 Tho chairman of the district Is directed to employ competent person to front time regular registration books made In Danville and llnrrods burgle lOOSthe names of nil Demo crats and time so hall return the certified us required by the chairman officers of election The chairman further directed to cause to be print ed and prepared for use the requisite and kind of bulbuls l lure and he will procure tile necensary election supplies cause them to gather wlch the lo be deliver ed to time olllccrs of election as re quired by law 11 Tho chairman will cause copies hereof certified by himself secretary of tho committee to ho the court house door In Stanford Lancaster Danville and Harrodsburjr and In twenty other conspicuous places In each countv In the district ir not less than forty days prior to May Ifilh 1100 and notice be published In each Deus ocratlp newspaper District Said Committee on motion then adjourned 0 L Penny Chairman Chenault UuKuely Secretary line of Harness Buggies Deering Binders and Mowers 1 American Wire Fence any height i Tinware Hardware Woodenware Large lino of Can floods I special prlco by dozen and case A lot of Lumber I at special price BECKER Ballard KoDR- YANTSVIUJt KY 1fYf I i j mOo 11 person welllthl nut Inter thou meet at the Iota aud district 7The boo I I cause delivered to the sushi bear the tae simile uf h II slgua I frill I III I Jtul1 line of I Far iD Im lements I J 1 good Phones no iIriiii iII EIiiii Iiii I i ti at Ii adopted called 4use Coin mcmnweulthn townie a for Attorney the onleuuf lie solo the mae them Lobe E Upto date r r o fi 1- 1r w 11 1i and A Stop Look Listen We tire now twUliifj In n full Mock of It will be of Interest to you to call and ice our stock get prices before you build that tobacco bnrn or house We nlso handle BRICK SAND AND COAL We earnestly solicit your hnniiicx fur nn llilnj In our line SANDERS SCHOOLER Depot Street IniuMstcr Ky If WiJWII iN i i NTz I d Buildin Matarial null atiAMbtli ba tlOidAMW STAN DSnolaar For All Live Stoop CASY APeD UB- CKlllS LICK TICKS riCAS MITHS MANOR KiNouuRM scnvKurs i mijmiovs DISIUSU- GUIMS AM IUIUS AUAY I LIKS NONIRRITATING EFFECTIVE INEXPHrJGIVE TIC ID DEAL DIF OArC TO CURE J SCAn I 4 I YT R E McRobcrls ASK ran raga DOOKLCTO ivu s1 sr THIS Notional Bunk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A n DEXXV IVoldent JE STOBMES Vltt Imt S C HEXXV Cubit J F Hoblnson Awtt Uushr It T Kmbrjr Hxik keeper DIIIKOTOU- SSaml I Cochran Alex It Dcnnjr A 0- Ilnblnson John K Storme S V- Denny J LGID V1 Wiliiami l Wo oilier you fair treat mont with every accoin that is conaiatont with conaurvativc Blinking I modat ion J J WALKRII President I I IV I f iii SafEty Deposit Bom for Ren v t I 9e Solicit Ya7r Busi ess WIND STORM CYCLONE AND LIGHTNING INSURANCE BEAZLEY HASELDEN Office National Htnk of I UK aster Phone 31 B L Wood Irot W C FUh Viet Irtit W G Knuper Caihlir PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOUIOKATKU h l I I I I rth r 01 VITA 6 o o oo SUKlIVS 900000 COY K UAIINOID- RMUUYN J UUKUOWB I B WOODS K U WOODS W 0 KI8II WCWYNW 4 mulxurOi it Our Customers tie Fully Protected by Hdolity and Caiuality insurance r J S h Prest JounsuM Vies OUOANIZUI IH8j The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITOL 50000 SUIUMUS 15000 1 V HUDSON Cushier WO UIONHV AwtriHhr 0 1 WAIKKH HookkeoiHir Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DlHKOTOllHi J S Johnson II F lit dwm J j Walker T M Arnold Alex Lewis L Viilk r 0 A Arnold 4 I Or IANOM1Tl I I I r A EEAZLErsd ICY rl 1 limits 3w UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity LIIIbnIIIIiug 01101 ailyiiie street rtlLI LINK UP CASKKTS AND HlMlUt HOHIJS ALWAYS IN STOCK 1 E 4 new ThnmM Hill Imtiulll n Ido I milk ouw f nun llto Iwl Of Iwwmllio ouiiniy fur 136 Mill nun WM In MfR IiU Murphy who hits been wy Max Ix rupurird wuna lioitir Mr Rfnjd Ilifmphtiv A nlco milk ouw to 1I InMl werk- Tuin lUuef of timrtiiMPii omnlr mil Ml J wl Tulker nf till ptiiet wore fimrrlod Saturday Bfliidiiy ndliMil In pfntresalihf vrrr iihidlynlUlripil Uru H U 11111 will till liU lojulur iuiKlnlnianl Hiilur day iilKht nnil 8imlay- Sovornl of odd foltowM nt tljl plaej wore In j xlnjlon taut Tliurx iliy altelftlliiR tlio laytna uf HID our tier fttoiio for tlio now widows mill or plmnii humo- Stlllt Illsllnp KlX JTWIIH hi liiiiii TliunMlnv April 13h null Ills rcuinlim weru lukrn In lovot IhlUmi near Ullmur fur burial Hi li iVM a wife and Oslo MIll Newton lllSllOpi U Ilimiril IllN ItNW Miss Ma Tontor her lirntlur Ooo Teotor Mt Two Other Fnll lremwit lluniiBlt Modi I ml iinyii 1 ml twouitur rmnwIloH and loM lwiintyslx out uf clnhivllvH iHniN I lion IIMHI Itutiruwn Hint Cholflrn Item nclv rind It olwl my IIUKH Ior Kill by J It Mount llonley Hid No DIMtaulty Ir Vloiir Hor t r tu pitto U WM WflM In a tflMiuwlon wllli ww brother physicians on UrtlropboMn wb n n cra y old ton ot AMtntaptui Writ mt Mml ilo iudWHll I would HM to know who win my wttwi n 1 K U HW I I UiUk Mill Viator quIHly U t If on e tffltod this ruuui Jiut HOW you would Jlml no flrwot dIMcultr In daclllnf I v r 01 hRS i Wntjh ItIICUIII IltoW IUIII on tltlln hail this 111111 fO I V nL lIed wk I 11 great lie t4Inion 1S1R u 1 vftI j hIP b I so- S ogf DORSEY GOLD DUSTJr Owned i V U ow lll the HHUII uf nl III wtublo U nill K l McCrcwry nl the Od lt M pluc nl Eight Dollars loltiMiie n living c n tsi Ooltl DilHl Jr IK n rkli nnel jrHic tUd 10 llMiidi Mull ml U a nl ulrul iKfuiiiy ImtliK n Hue iirrk Hint inirrylnu 11 ll 1 n peifrci lilted h rM m ini l lii li r IIUII lll MVimf l ItufMfy lllltl lie hiir iii III liAiiifM Hti IK us KMNII H rwcklnc Imrkt KIW I purclitMd tliio kiu HlVTiuiliHi Intiuiy lId breed Ink uf addle or ouiiibluml liurnn nink with this fumlly Iwtay DurKpy CJjId DIM Jr HIMK liken ler In liiiilllKoil kind and fourlcM la iiinxiliittly KUIIIII with PJB fuel and le i In dUpuslllun ulc and tiMiit to tine IIIIIMIIIUII will n c him vlilniiil mi v liii uf iidinlr lion If like IUH Ilkn jnu run u i the tlklit uf liufhc bv liri Hiikf t Duikuy Guld IUM Jr You will note lliiitthUNiiillliiii riii the bliMMl of old Until DIIKI Ictlu fold Dust Voimunt Mtiriwn ild Jay Itlrd old YIIUIIU Deiitiiurk I think lie Inn IIUIKO hliuuld Ktnnil nl 120 toiL I sun ulvliiK iiiiin a clwnot lu advertIse him fur nnollior MUKdllPKIHOIIMK Hy fluid list1JOVJ full hruliir tu Kitullo 210 Hired hy Xlloiidl Uod Dim HOG Ity Child Dusl IftO hy Verm ml Muiiiiin Minion to Justin Morinn dnm of lornoy Ould Dust l2tVi U Klorour IIT Uoulun Mlncu lnri oy Jold DiiHt Jr diim lay Will luU l y IOH vine 85 Old IVavInc 2 d dnm i ik DlHiniind ho by Ulinnoiul Der nmrk US hy DjiiiiuirU 01- NoTici Dorisoy Gold Dust Jr IK the yeTrllou nut the pililx of thiilhiild fur HOO from the loiit IK it MIIC foal ultur and will jihuw for hlnuulf I will nlso at susie mini uitd place hfetnd my big yoiiii J k O lit lOOt lit II r I I I rail II t DUI suit utili I r y us bee Iii srttI Ito I ho hwsL Itt piu feel 111 I hilt nor uy n h tlti stra lit ois I I Ie i i ar Icy lo I burr IIi WI5 s grstL itiIItiiui lOss l4is No trot Ins rns u I I list I ca V I tic I I a iii unit I I a ii tool tutu Sihshigl opt I lull n4IItk flit hint rust VaI I I ii it t nit I ash I I Its Ito KENTUCKY CHIEF IwiiHil lijr 0 W lloym M rrinvjr Ky at tho low 6000 tn in u living will Hit IH hliick imintH uuud honu und wcikhl lf and slrt muliw IIo U a Muryiiu and iliiinher lircd Jack M nd III last ho and iil lilmwlf an nxcollont hrvodiir It IN UKeh H to him IH ho OUtS of tho uniiil kind mid uno III rtinlxi1 Is a Nuns funl Kultor and haN muru cuiUtiKo than Jack 1 ovcrmiw Marcs wired for anti host of ttltcnllun lint nut rvKpunslhle for accidents A HPII retained on till culls until thin season Is paid O W ROYSE McQHKAUV KY tory rjcII ir I titS tush I wit Nil II Ii nil I ho rr cNcaIN e sot a I in s i si Is IIOW fit tid hitoli I ICIIlfl 11114 lid t the II e 1 1 liTHitfrv PLAN FOR GOOD ROAD DRAG An Efficient HomeMade Road Grader That One Man Can Eailly Manage A plan Is glviin below for n cheap mid tfllclant houiumaiUi road grader or drag that ono man can manage and title cnn pull It Is ns efficient lu putting thu dirt clay and Kumbo roadn lu good shape as tho larger grader nnd It Is much more conven tout ns you do not Imo to watt for three or four of your neighbors to help you but cnn go on with IPIIIII when the roads get rough or tip and In n little while can have thoni In tiptop slmpe With nun dragging nfter cacti taln wo kept thrcufourlhs of n tolls ot dirt road In the heat of condition all summer audjvo hardly mlNsed the time It took either rho front oT cutting part of the drag Is mndu from nn old mowing machine cutting tsar Tide bar II united on the front sldt of the drag no on to extend onohnlt Inch lower than fraini to cut the dirt nnd elide It toward tho mlddlo uf the road The dirt slides off the end fastened with IntiRor chain which end should run In the center of tho road The driver rldos on the frame If It Is desired to 1fP f NjJ RDlN 1N N Ij our II- J tr It IDOl rutted HomeMade Drag rut morn stand over the bar nnd It It l lilting too deeply stand nearer thi wbf l at the rear of frame Tide whirl carries the renr nut of frame and throws alt thu weight on thu cut ting bar It ruducos thin friction to n minimum and enables better work The frame of the drag Is made of two by tight Inch hard wood pieces five tout III length SHIPPING BOX FOR FRUIT Refrigerator Shipping Box Invented to Prevent Derrlei from Spoiling While In Transit A large fruit In state of Wanhlnston who heavy ION fiom berries BpollliiR In iddpmcnt has Invented n refrigerator Hhlpplng cnno Tlio man In built to contain 64 ipinrt boxes placed on trnya In airtight thegrow Dox for Derrlet coiiipurtiiientp and In n compartment above the burrlca IH room for a 25 IHiiind cake of ice innklns a total welKht of 67 pounds Tho crate mint be Iced every 21 hours Tide li done by thu railroad company Under theve condition WiiuMnKtoii berries have reached ChIcago In salable con dillon Harmonize Shrub and Garden Shrubs an a rule lure Intended ni a frnme fnf garden They lire idauted nround tho borders of the Inwii or need to screen tho founda tlin of tho hoiiBO or to nil In cor lion Tho shrubbery frame fur the yard or garden blioiill bo formed on the snmu principle ns a plcturu frame tho bor tIer of n rug etc It should harmonize with tho plcturo It Incloses and oath Bhnib In the horsier should harmonize with Its companions TOt often no attention U paid to tIde kind of liar mony und the tdiruhbory border bo come n tbliiK of shreds mid patches undo up of showy bushes perhaps bmiutlful plants In themselves butar raiiKi d without regard to tho effect ot Iho shnpo color and general appear alice of ono upon the whole In clioortlng shrubs to grow sldo by side consider the follngo und Ilowera pi carefully a you consider the size and Hluipo of the bush Do not put largo massod of llghtgroen foliage next to miissea of dark or you will have n putvhy effect Hy euro In selection as regards flowering season you may bo sure ol having one or moro plants In the bar thor In blossom at all times Id Rather Die Doctor limn to my feot cut nil said M IV lllnulmiiiof Irlncovlllo III but youll dlo from uunnrefn which lied oiiton away oluht tues If you dont mid all Instead he used lluuklenH Arnica Halve wholly cured KM cures uf Ktiemu Fever Soren Dolls Hums and Illia astound thu world 2 at It K MolloborU lin On Would Bo Kind U sgmotlmos expedient to f g t whit you know Syrui or 1111 VII till U lie yarut dod iii I Mrs Lizzlo Urtttor very lick this vvtltln Wo arc very Kind to know that Imve ortfiinlzjd n Mmiday behind n Level Mr badly kicked by a homo luit week Mr U 8 Hoop sold la Chrliw Howdc of Iolnt Lcuyol a flute milk cow 130 Mlsstfi Ahblo and Harsh Lnimfoti ciilertulnud u number of their frlundi Bdturduy nl lit Ophelia Allen was tho pleimtn guest of her ulster Mm U II lodd uf lierot Saturday ni ht Mr Eirncst Board and Mliw Medic Roberts wore married at time homo o Rev F I1 UryantSiturday murnlni- Tho Sunday school district convcn lion will ho held at Level Jrccn U at 2 oclock p m All that rcprc their Sunday school please or bring In their reports lime quart erly nmotliiK will bo held at Carter vlllo tlio and Sunday III Stay by the P K lira D W Robert sun U 8 Hoop u contract wIth Wed Kelley and his father for two tobacco hums albo ebbed a with W P Tuxtfle and sons u 12200 residence Ueipccls dlriat 01150 Undo John K Roberts killed his dUll Sunday wtich was bit by a dUll sumo fow weeks ago UNION A baby arriycd at tho homo ol Walker Pointer Mr John Clark and two dauuhtcr of Cartcrsvllle visited U M McQucry and last week Several members of W H Purrs Mmlljr have been quite sick Mr and Mrs It M McQuerry are recelvliiK congratulations over their first born a girl Sirs Hammack Sr Is very sick al this writing Mr Walter Hammack of Paint Lick spent Sunday with homcfolks Your writer received word from his brother W Dunn of Kmma Tex who for six years has lived there He writes that time prulre lire destroyed thousands of dollars wortl of property In tho country but only burnt one dwelling und a fow small barns Mr Joe hall died time 12th utter an Illnctui of several muiitlip uf cancer Her remains were taken Ui Mudlsun county her girlhood home fur burial llefore marriage she was u Miss Eliza VYIiltaker She leaves a husband two daughters and three suns and many other relatives to mourn their loss The burial ot Mrs Win Tudor Sun day was attended by a large concourse or friends and relatives at the Paint Lick cemetery She survived by six stills and other relatives Su Sweet iud loving was tier nature that no ad verso criticism uf her ev n In the smallest particular hal over been heard Mrs Tudor was a woman of unusually tine mind a great reader and a very Intelligent one tier life was not free from shadows but nlwujs there abounded a faith which coulc hear her Savior say Beyond this dark ness lies the perfect day In every patti uf thine I lead the way The Cheap Grocery 17 lbs Granulated Sugar ioo i Ib Hest Coffee i 3 cans Corn TomatoesIeas 25 Hest Apricots 20 Best Table Peaches 15 3 lbs Evaporated Peaches 25 3 lbs Evaporated Apples 25 See Our Line of Fancy Shirts and Hosiery Best Overall Suits 180 No i Work Shirts 49 2 Gallons Oil 25 Highest price paid fur Country Pro duce EGOS 17cts per doztn- 1IAQAN BROS Lancaster Ky POSTEDTho undersigned nercby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever ait we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent uf tho law Hunters and tlslicrmon especially tako notice WS Ferguson Clay Sutton Bd Purtwuud W G Anderson J V Sweeney J I Nave Mrs PD Gill W TW urrcl John A Sanders U L Burton U 0 Uulun W It Cook Have Dudderar Richard liertrernar Mrs Daniels 08 hallow D U Anderson David Tumpson Thos Owens KILL TH COUCH AND CURE THI LUNGS WITH Dr Kings I nt Orl1oo again Ueulfo Cutter tot for Mrs May send first SdudllY closed large fur to break mad girl mil A J 1 W J Glillsplo II 0 Arnold E E It L Kolloy Nsw Discovory A1L1EItHYi1i1ii they sent contract WAil- ing C8 Br u 1II QXJAIUHXKED 8ATI8FA010 OK MONBY XVUNDBO R K M RqberU Drugr Store AND ALL I I THROAT AND LUNG TROUILS Unwittingly they Reveal BMrets of tile of Thou Vrvo Them Tho observer 6f buHdlnm may road with onto mostly n iwrtl of btilM ors heart whether H rw inldo ambi tion hypocrisy nr solid worth MIlt npartmtnl building that It iMilU In sell Is cniilar to rcd thin nlriicturoM which npr Mlon of composite tbouiht Tti rti IR a good exterior npriiww halls heavy with stylo with Hld flmjrt martito walls nnd elmndellira Hut Inside the apnrim nis on every hand there nro evidences of n conscloit Intention to skimp nail neglect on n ordinary standards of mind cnrpeiitor workflow iinwIttlnRty dora tIme bulldnr rear this projection of life Inmost character Would It Itmlrnlii him to know that others ri gnrdcd lila work as nn open ronfninlon of tImings ho would rttvr to lildi T It might not change his rlmrnetor limit It could cause him to make such n build ing as ho would to bt thought of as corresponding to In character It this method of Interpreting builders wero to bo iwpulnrlxed It might raise tIme standards of tho Industry Our contribution to this end would he n proverb to pass current wherever buildings nro contemplated A build ing Is a confession In tono Col tiers JUST CASE OF WANDERLUST Family Gtartlno to Cit Were Properly Sure They Muit Land Up Some where Eventually In tIm smoking ear on a southern railroad whore they hued sat up all was n timothy cormlstltiR of hus band wife and fife children wore rnbbliiK steep from their oy and wrangling with each othor when a man entered the car and espied them and advanced to to the man Howdy Joe Im sprlMd to see youHowdy Tom Where younll Down to Harbor Pint I Hut I thought youall Ifvod up at Cherry Hill Vo did What youall totln away fronf there fur Dunno What youall gwina to Harbor Pint fur Dunno Jest thought wed go Oh I see Youall thuimht U get I reckon Yes thought well git and we pulled up and started airlttln and If wo keep on long nuff wo sure miff must git sumwhar or othor Yes sure Ile n uglttln mysef and always got there some day Its heaps butter than never glttln tall Hellish Fashions life satanic innjfgty touched a bit ton summoned Ida head Imp What Is nil that noise In Factory stieet Imperial majesty It Is tho women mobbing the cdrsot fac tory They are oil demanding ono of those now rcdbot electriccharged cor sets Sufferln souls gasPed his majos ty and I thought I hind Invented a now torment Tho mistake was In forcing that French girl to wear ono first She made cm nil belloVo they are very latest style Saints above nod I thought 1 un derstood women Well well now that I think of ltMhe plan works out bet ter than I thought Take em away trod all tho ladles but n few wo that they ard advertised as the very latest fashion anti I guess that will make those women who cant get cm suffer all right all right Puck Built to the Memory of a Dog Of the memorials to thugs the most Imposing of modern date Is Tolls Tower a structure on tho seashore near West Kirby Cheshire Ens It Is In honor of the great St IJornnrd dqg Tell ancestor of most of i the nnd himself winner of every prize In tho kingdom He was In appearance noble In character nnd of undaunted courage Built by the late Mr J Cummins Macdona tIme tower Is a sort of summer house In tho base of which Is n vault contain ing Tells romaine guarded by an effigy of that remarkable animal Wldo World Magazine Lightnings Antics In a Church Lightning struck time steeple of thin little village church of Inssln near Toulon Franco the other day Tho electrical fluid It Is stated followed the Iron cable which Is used to ring tho church sot the befring hug Then It tort the door off a cup board containing a number of candle sticks nnd lit nil tho candles ns though by enchantment It completed Its antics by ripping up time Hoar of the sacristy butt so It Is said previously rolled up the car pet with perfect symmetry Strange Growth of Olive Trees Attention ls seldom called to a re markable curious clmruotoritlo of the olIve tree After ninny years of growth time different large branches of tho trees separuta gradually from the trunk until they are quito divided from one another down Into tho root These then slowly move apart and In some Instances six or seven dunlnct trees stand In tho area which before surrounded the main tree they will sometimes bo as much 20 fool part Rhoumatsm- Morotlmu every ton eu of rheumatism mire simply rlicmim Ism of tIme mtisoloA tine to cold or lump rheumatism n such cases iia Interim I rout wen I s required 1lie free application of Jlwmbcrlulns Liniment U nil that Is needed mind It is certain to ilvo quick oiler Give t n trial iiudsco for how ijniokly it relieves pain and soreness IJflce 23 cents large 60 cents Sold by F 1 Frlsblo St TELL IlIn lyn thin like nlllh They eon nil II Your now i rouglucoatcd ChaniIiOnS of holLand lib II Ill of weal her mit chronic I time size itiwr mTrHY Heath Constructed eons are the very pay wino Ito lnglhuuI amid uIiim9 out Nell yourself QUEER TRAITS br CFIIMINAL Sentenced to Prison Term They Fn quently Mourn for Pets They Are Leaving Dehlnd Them The Now York conlrnl office detect IVB Imd just sent ono of time worst criminals In tho city away for a long Ipng rest Tt lit trouble asked n frtfnilHo did n Rood deal of crying though Tor Homo woman I mipposoJ Womon Itntlior not They never rry for hitman beings This fellow Imd a wife who lied stuck by him through the trial nnd who before he WM cmiRlit worked her fingers off for him Then thoro woro two children Hut h never mentioned them He crying about his night hi pig norm you know Ho had about CO fanny ones and ho tbounht of what would become of them while he nwny tears would spring to hula A lot of tlio worst crooks and Kangitcrs In the city are fanciers and a kid couldnt ho more sentimental than they are Sometimes too they nro sorry for doss I know one who was moro anxious about hits ferret than anything else At the same time I never know a criminal man or wom an who hind n cat among tho things they were sorry to leave behind PUMP AIR INTO DEAD WHALE Hunters Prize Made Sufficiently Buoy ant to Float Marked with Buoy and Set Adrift Then began the work of bringing hitch about a convenient post tho rope was slacked and run through a pulley block at the mast head to re and for 15 minutes nothing was heard save tho monotonous grind as fathom after fathom of line was wound In When tho body was brought alongside thin lobos of tIme flukes were cut off and lifted to tlw deck Then a long coil of somali rubber hose ono end of which was attached to a pump and other to n hollow spearpointed tube of steel with perforations along Its entire length was brought Into play Tho spear was Jabbed well down Into time whales side tho air pump started and the body slowly filled with Incision plugged with oakum and the chains cast off A buoy with a flag was then attached to the carcass and the whole sot adrift to bo picked up at time end of tho days hunting Popular Magazine An Instantaneous Cure During the cattle plague of 1866 In England a farmer who had lost a num boa of life cows grow so depressed that ho fully persuaded himself ho had al so contracted the disease Tho medi cal man whom ho consulted tried In vain to laugh him out of his fears but subsequently being fond of a Joke preteidcd to agree with the pa heats views and solemnly told him It he would attend to his Instructions ho would be cured lie then gave tho farmer a prescription which he directed should bo taken to a neigh boring druggist but whine the latter opened time envelope and read tho con tents ho was as much startled as the farmer For the prescription was as follows This man has the cattle plague Take him Into the backyard and shoot him according to act of parliament Needless to say the euro was Instantaneous Investing In Nature A man must Invest himself near at hrnd and In common things and be content with n steady nnd moderate return If ho would know the blessed ness of a cheerful heart and the sweet ness of n walk over time rpund earth This Is a lesson time American has yet to learn capability of amusement on n low key lie expects rapid and ex traordinary returns He would make the very elemental laws pay usury He has nothing to Invest In a walk It Is too too cheap We crave the astonishing tho exciting the and do not know tho highways of the gods when wo see them always a sign of tho decay of faith and aim plicity of Burroughs Worldly Wisdom As there Is n worldly happiness which God perceives to be no more than disguised misery as there are worldly honors which In hula estima lion aro reproach so thoro Is a world ly wisdom which In his sight Is fool ishness Of this worldly wUdom the characters are given In tho Scriptures and placed In contrast with those of the wisdom which Is from above Tho one U tho wisdom of the crafty the other that of the upright tho ono terminates In selfishness tho other In charity the one Is full of strife and bitter envylngs the other of mercy and of good fruits lllalr Bean Milk Pigeon milk Is a myth said milkman but there actually Is a bean milk It Is drunk put In tea and cof too antI oven frozen for ice cream The Japs ore Hi Inventors This milk Is mada of tho Soju bean Tho bean Is first soaked then bolted In water After time liquid turns white sugar and phosphate of potash aro added and tho boiling U kept up till n substance of tho thickness of molasses U ob tained Nobody could toll this bean milk from condensed milk nnd when water Is added It cant bo told front tho fresh Time Japanese poor use nothing else R iXK FAIIJI IN lAHHAUI COUNT FOH SAlE mw iik nf r 1oiut imoil Hi ol UrwuUr conluji wo tcrtiii uu l4 III tuln vrl ol U JoUu V ik r ImuUoui n w woilorr ivT ir iiM uc wild otto Wvll wnitred tU never Ulllun ti rlu running through Tmm U lu Uml UUuco mid rain d l rlug lU ptr Itxtoui looking or ueU puoo lc i wtlto ir W orWALKKIIBltutord i L glYO you any 1 was watt blowingIt greatbody keepIt plow manJohn a lIeu blue rllr hlInJlI d cmi IIi well go cod IIlIr ro IOUelI Oil tidlugs suit null uuud ono Jur flqlluIH 1 wlinover yeN lie faraway raud if miles I wIth a imeesur7 good barn creek Iwo p sale mmclii paId Binders 12250 I Mowers 4250 Hay Rakes 2250 Tobacco Transplanters 50 i J R Mount Co I Isrt 11 1b1I HI I fj iJ- m m ij will tell you that it is just as essential to have good coal as it is to have good things to cook with in preparing a meal We guarantee a full ton of good coal at a fair price Ballards Obelisk Flour in Barrels Genuine Kanawha Salt BANKS HUDSON Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclockl Those who come in the fore noon will avoid the afternoon tush Photos finished up in every style nt reasonable prices Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO Lancaster Steam Laundry has employed Expert Laundry Force With Many Years of Experience Give them u trial They Guarantee Satisfaction I f I THE FOX STUDIO II r THE 1 I t I twwiMnvvsfruVu MMFUrfllWWtI 1 q eel Dr M B White Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of tho Langsluro Y S College England 1800 Phono No 205 Lancaster Kentucky tewait1 Fcncc CINCINNATI O L Om 100 ittlu fuel Ui li M Crtewille Ky ALSO MONUilKNTS chlhan wood VIIII flU I WARr ce Ic ClU I Ebb Bentloy1 1 MUY aliftim ield fill it lIi loas PMit at Irss te 4e 51 J 4i3m W U Queenof Kitchen THE Just received another Car Load BUGGIES We handle only first class Buggies such as KauffmanLaPort and Moyer Also a medium line 0 L Haaimack Paint Lick Kentucky NOTICE POULTRY RAISERS Now Is the time of year to teed your fowl u good tonic IUMMI cures Cholera Gapes Uoup Cunlair and Llmherneck When as u proved tatlvo li not only keeps them healthy hut makes then lilY Price Co cents Nu Oure No Pay Guarantied by our Uruwlst U E Try U under tho guarantee Auk for booklet oo diseases of poultry a123iw j of Irt fell Alf McItOl3ELtT t a Thought Why do the Tin Plate tho Matal Rooting Mills the Lumber Yards and all llrand Pebble and VnrlbiRi Rubber Why dn lint use their uon tin Simply know truly Routing will last longer III mid leas txpoiiMJ to lay Write fur prlco and samples W W WITHERS 220 13 Man st Lexington Ky 1900 SEASON 1009 Grant Monical Record aratf Trial 218 Full Ur Monical 200 i Dr Mason Dr and 2321 high BC OHAVV MONICAS the sea son of 1109 at the of L 1C Rug ers at the Fair Grounds at sure a living cult Call on or address R G Evans L K Rogers 42J 6t Danville Kentucky I t i Wnrlh rI 1 1 tulle ttclurllA uio wall 1111 I rother to The 2O7i Urnolla A 2 11 M nlla Ivor e fumed 1902 151 hand It 4659 record 21 II snake st bl 120 to rNrr rjf t i I I I l because i 4224I Manson 02981 iu Bay Wilk in r Dont wear ordinary ing when it costs no more to wear well made and sty lisp clothing If you buy Shield Brand NOTICE the effect of the garment shown above especially the natural set and hang of the coat the results of artful designing and high class tailoring Shield Brand Clothing for Men and Boys is shapely to begin with and is so well made that it retains its shape Sold at seven prices which are attached to sleeve within the ranges MENS 10 THE 20 THE HIGHEST BOYS 3 00 tho Lowest 0 00 the Highest Its your privilege to look our pleasure to show US BROWN Lancaster Ky HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES The that skin dlseasci must bo drawn to tho surface of and destroyed a for external will do this and will permanently euro every forum of sale everywhere Write for lam pie Co8t Far ails at Drugstore A Knocker ID a man who cant see good In any persgu or thlnu Its t habit caused by u disordered Ijyer Jf you find that you are bexInnlnK to sen things through blue spectacles treat your to out process with Ballarda A sure cure fopoonitlpallon dyspepsia lndl es Hfon1 lick headache blllousneiis all flyer stomach and bowel troubles 11 K McRoberU In ie clot t following LOWEST ft uSe or Lou 1118 a good o eanln bIDe f r tailor made i 1 r r s 7rr i y i t 4 4 rw cause the akin E1V thirty 4 lint w k pV THat GENTLE CYNIC Its the that howls for tho peacemaker Tho moro you nurse a grievance the taster It grows He who laughs best doesnt have the laugh on him You can help a lot sometimes by not Riving advice Even loves young dream sometimes dies of old age Some people are almost as stuck up as a pincushion Trouble never dodges the fellow who Is looking Every time a changes her mind she alto airs her views It seems as though Fate had select ed lome men to bo punching bags Many a fellow who Isnt very strong carries around a big opinion of him self lie who Is on the winning tide Is the one who preaches the triumph of rightWhen It comes to wedding cards Its the brides deal and the ante If It is true that the devil Is the father of lies he must have a mighty big family It takes a certain amount of cheek to kiss a girl but she Is generally willing to supply the cheek POINTED PARAGRAPHS A lazy man Is always ready to hand you free advice Old age cornel In a canter to the man who goes the pace Among other pipe lines are those written In favor of smoking An exhusband Is apt to think that alimony means all tbe money By standing up for yourself others may be prevented from sitting down on you If some women havent pny one to talk to they chew gum so their jaws wont get rusty A woman who wants to make soap has no kick coming It her neighbors give her the lye About the man who thinks he knows It all the worst thing is his In ability to keep his mouth shut the coat may not make the man but It certainly helps some when the mercury Is flirting with the zero mark Perhaps nothing makes a girl so angry as the thought that a young man thinks would not resent kissed A health journal has an article on Howto Ue When Asleep What need Is a few pointers on how to in duce people to tell tbe truth when awake Chicago News t WITH THE SAGES Whoso suffers most has most give King Life Is learning suffering loving and the greatest of these Is loving Ellen Kay Make up your mind to act and take the consequences No Is ever done in this world by beslta tlon Huxley Reasonable thought of tomorrow advances the work of today but lety for what Is still before ua defeat Its own end Parsons To work out our own contentment we should labor not so much to In our substance as to moderate our desires Sanderson All the time thou livest 111 thou trouble distraction Inconveniences o life but not the secrets and uses o Let every man be occupied in tbt highest employment of which his na lure Is capable and die with the con sclousness that he has dono his feat Sydney Smith A WOMANS VIEWPOINT The girl who appropriates a mans love Is liable to penal servitude fo lifeFortunately the most Imposing fam lly trees have their roots well out ol eightMany n faithful dog has died at his post after greedily eating the burg lars poisoned meat Before marriage a man asks but lot one little word afterward be I plenty without the asking The big gamble Is not so much li the Jackpot but whether wlfey wit believe tho story you bring home The longer a man studies the curvet of a decanter the closer he Is apt U imitate them on his liymaward Jwur Neuralgia from Eye Defects Ninety per cent of the neuralgic headaches atrlbutcd to eye defects 14 of Pound A Week ut least U what a young baby ought vu In weight Does If nut theres something wrung with digestion Give It McQeen liaby Kill Ir and It will gaining at once Cures stomach and bo wol aids digestion stops for teething bibles Price 35o and Coo 1 lm C Ii 1 she we tc decidedly good anx ItFuller ycy pain begin underdog for It woman bridegrooms be- Ing crease bail gate are note Its troubles guwl x Wheat Oambllna Wheat Qaiiiblcr 1rtttbh arid Score tarn of Agriculture Wilson are haV ln quite a spat over the amount 6f wheat In this country Tho Hccrr Insists that there are In tho hands of farmars 144000000 bushels of last years Iatton Insists that thero wheat and that the prlco Is going up until well have tu take the tariff and buy from Canada HP sake the Sccrctiirv If his report Is true why thd wheat doesnt como out of llshldlmr at tho prices now prevailing Patten Is trotting millions on his proposition Wilson has only his reputation to lose but he sticks to It that there Is sufficient wheat In the country at normal prices to make bread fur the American pen pie up tu the time when the new crop comes In those who attempt to keep prices up at present rates expect to get their money out of the common people the consumers The Secretary Is right Patten Is an enemy of the poor people and It ought to be possible to put him In prison for trying to feather his nest at their expense We have no way of knowing whetb er Mr Wilsons estimate of wheat In farmers hands on March 1 Is Out most of tho correspondents are farmers as eager as Mr Patten fur high prices and as prone as he to underestimate supplies Tile farmers have habit ually underestimated their wheat crops and If they have overestimated the amount unsold on March 1 It would be exceedingly remarkable Several able operators have been bur led under the gram produced by the fat mora when their bins were supposed to be empty They may really be empty now or the farmers may be waiting for that 12 price that Patton has promised Kentucky State A Baby Show In Lancaster would have many contestants but Its safe to say the healthiest ba by would win the prize No baby can be healthy who Buffers from worms and most babies do unless they are kept free from them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly Is Its Own purgative Moth duns attempt to raise children without Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 26 cents R E McRobcrts lm Busy Wheel of Watch In one year the escapement wheel of a watch makes 731860 revolution Joyd Miss Georgia Mastou Is very III with pneumoniaMrs Ray and son Clay are on the sick list Mr Curtis Naylor Is reported very sick of typhoid fever Messrs and Mesdames John irvin and charming little heather Payne aud wife feather Ray and family William Whltaker and family were the guests of Mrs Jim Clouse Sunday Mrs J a Burdett visited Mr 0 Montgomery and wife Sunday Mrs Bunch Ray and family spent Wednesday with Mrs Jesse Uurdetl Sunday Bchool will be organized at Pleasant Hill school house on POOl Ridge at 3 oclock In May Everyone Is Invited Mr Charley Maston died of bronca pneumonia Saturday 18th He way 03 years of age wellknown Garurd Jessamine and Madison Ho leaves a wife and four children three girls and one boy He was laid to rest at Chapel burying ground HIGHOME That the Way to Pronounce Hyomel tho MoneyBack Catarrh Cure As doubt exists In the minds or readers of the CENTRAL RECORD let us say that the above Is tOo proper pronunciation of Americas most won derful catarrh cure R E McRob orts Is the agent for Hyomel In Lan caster and he will sell you an inhaler a bottle of Hyomel full Instruc Lions for use for only 1100 And It It tails to cure acute or chron ic catarrh asthma bronchitis croup hay fever or coughs ana colds he will give you your money back Time per son who suffers from catarrb after such an offer as that must like to snuffle spit andwheue and be gen erallydlfigustlntf Read what Mr 0 F Lowe says I have used Hyomel for a case of nasal catarrh which bad bothered mi a longtime I can say that omel killed disease and gave mo the much sought and needed relief From this experience I knew Hyomel to be a reliable rem edy and rec ommendation deserves G F Lowe R F P No 7 Allegan Mlcb September 19 1008 Owes Indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour die coso or money bock Large box of tab lots 60 ull towns Sold bf R E McRoberts Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Catalogue El FHiUinmtyirfcSoni I exiugton Kentucky J tar correct or nut the ere Bil- lY many or time II limo It praise and stomach bolchiu and la tEEES r M 1 wheat nit and departments Journal sun drat Sunday throughout and fly germ Igive the r g cur s iunaelr IIKYANTHVIMK Quito a crowd from here Attended court Monday Mrs E II Hallurd Mm J 0 WII imams Mr It K Hwopo mid Mrs Logan Uurko wore In Lexington Thurn day shopping Messrs HOKBII llitllitrd roe kin a id Dr D 0 attended the dance In Stanford Friday night MM Ilanimli Sweeney expects to leave In a few to rtiturn tn hot homo at Jeffemonsvllle mud Mrs Sweeney has been hero several month Mr and Mrs John Johnson went to Livingston Sunday Mr and Mrs Lynn V Hudson Jr of Atlanta arutxpcetcdMWli fur a visit to friends hero Misses Anna Leo Wotltolk Ollle Mao Clark and Bryan Ballard of were here Thursday Mr and Mrs J II Bourne of Mi Cruary wero the guests last Saturday apd Sunday of Mm E II Uallard Mrs W J Hogan Is In Stanford this week with relatives Miss Rae of Caldwoll College wax the week end guest of Miss Margaret JenkinsMiss Leo Ballard camo home Sunday after a very pleasant sta wllh Lexington Mrs Walker llurnslde of Richmond was down this week to visit her fath er Mr B P Patton The young ladles of UryanUvllli church will give an Ice cream suppei on Thursday night May Oth tidy Invited come and help a good Up Before Th Bar- N II Brown an attorney of Putts Held Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years timid them such a good family met Iclne wo wouldnt bo without them Fur Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonder 25c at it E McRoberU 1m MA11KSHUKV Miss Rosa Maya of Cald well college spent from Friday until Monday with Miss Margaret Mr Noah Marsee bought of Charles Denman of Nlcholasvllle a house for 1150 Wlnfkld Stuhl shot and killed James Easley utlllckuiau one day lout week lie was furled at Lancaster Thursday afternoonMessrs Mlllard Rout and George Eager returning home from Lexing ton one afternoon of lat week were caught In a violent hall storm Them horse became frightened and almost unmauauable but they escaped with out damage Mr Tuggle will soon the erec tion of a new dwelling house on hit promises Mr S O Iloop of Carters vllle Is the contractor and the house he has built In this section of till county Is a testimony of his splendid workmanship Sirs died Thursdaj at 255 p m of InUrmltles Incident age at the home of her eldest son James O Shouse of Versailles Al were gathered be fore her death They were Miss Fran ces Shouse eldest daughter of Mr O Shouge a prominent farmer of Woodford county Mr Al bert Shouse farmer and candidate fur Legislature from Fayette county Rev II M Shouse gf Marksbury apd Miss Mayme Shouse student Chicago Uul verslty Funeral services were con ducted from the Versailles Baptist church at 11 a m Saturday Mrs Margaret Sutton who baa been III Is better at this time Mrs Win Uroadus Is much Improv ed after a protracted Illness Mr J D Chestnut Is able to bo out after be ing 111 for several D Swope of Hustonvllle Wilt visiting relatives here Sunday Mr W D Marksbury Is making an extended visit to his sister Mrs U K Swopoof Hustonvlllo- Mm White Marsee of Lancaster was time guest of her mother Mrr Noah Marsee the first of the week When Glass Acquires Value Glass U among the cheapest fvod nets but made Into microscopic ob Its value approaches that of Served His Country Well Sclplo Afrlcanus was ona of the greatest soldiers save Julius Caesar in Roman history He defeated lisa nlbal and his Carthaginians at Zama a city of Carthage on October 19 In the year 202 II C and gavo to Rome the ascendency over the then knows world Tr Provincialism of Self Tli turrowvst provincialism i that jf jalf The natural roan the singing bird out of tho foo t aa Inevitably as the natural bear and tho wild cat stick there To seek to be natural implies a consciousness that forbids all naturalness forever James Russell Lowell Objects To Strong Medicines Many people object to taking the strong medicines usually prescribed by for rheumatism There U no need of Internal treatment In any case of muscular or chronlo rheumy them and more than nine put of every ten cases of one or the other of these varieties Whet there is no fever and little If any swelling know that It Is only necessary to apply ClmniberUlnH Gin iment freely to get quick relief Try It Fur sale by F IVFrlsble 2t iIt JIIftt u Ito o for J err cause Shouso ailed 76 the Ilvingcmldrnn Mr J llvel gold 1 the are ot sirs U I w i Jesse dale Lex- Ington relatives in an student I told Lex- Ington weeks comes dlbease you d 1 WHAT IS THE DANCE f to W It l Moody tl Chunk Of tho Illbllcal I dnnco Dr lyuinnl- lopchor nys I Dancing was n religious net both of tho trim smut alto of Idol wor nlil 2 It was practiced vxcln idvely on Jpyoiw occnulons arch n festivals or groat victories 3 It was performed by mnldeni only 4 It was jierformcd In lima daytlmo In tho air In highway melds or 6 Men who perverted lane Ins from n sacrod use to purposes of amusement were deemed Infamous 6 No Instances of lancing are found on record In time lllblo In which the two sexes united In tho exercises either In or out of worship or as an amusement 7 There li no In stance upon record of social dancing for amusement except that of tho vain follows devoid of shame of the lees llglous families described by Job which produced Increased Impiety and ended In deitrnctloni of Herodlas which terminated In tho vow of Herod and the murder of John tho Baptist Tho Illble lime to dance was wheii dancing expressed grew Joy and whon the sexes danced The scene In tho palace of Herod when the daughter of Horodlas danced for tho amusement of the company lives an Instance of the use of lone which Is common today Tho woman danced not because she en joyed dancing but because the sheets enjoyed It and enjoyed It bo It appealed to tbelr lewd sens ual natures Modern Social Dance The modern social dance however Is not akin to the religious joyful dance of tho Ruble nor to the pagan dance enjoyment Of No one now pretends to dance except small religious sect because he wishes to give expression to exuber once of religious feeling Nor Is the dance Intended to express happlnes but rather to produce happiness Pea ple du not dance because they are happy so much as because they want to be happy They go to the ball for a good time And dancing Is practiced very little the sake of physical exercise The gymnasium croquet lawn tennlo golf the bicycle and walking aro recognized M better for exercise than tho dance Origin of the Round Dance Not with the religious Joyful dance of the Hebrews nor with tho minuet and square dance of our fathers nor with dancing as an secedes have we to deal The modern dance Is the roust dance with all It means of In delicacy dissipation and debauchery Its home Is tho dance hall where the lowest disreputable congregate tht variety theater where It makes Its display of spectacular obscenity the public ballroom where women good and bad swirl In the arms of men tho select company In the house whore liberties are taken under the spoil of music which would bo shock ing without tho musical accompani ment This round dance born In tho low dance houses of Paris taught bj French dancing masters In all coun tries popular because people of high position with low moral tone Indulge In It Is finding recognition at college commencements on excursions and at picnics and even In tho homes of some Christian people Strong Condemnation Gail Hamilton wrote The very pose of the parties suggests Impurity Says Dr Wilkinson It mingles the In such closeness of personal ap proach and contact as outside of the dance Is nowhere tolerable In rep utable society Said Dr Howard Crosby Tho foundation of a large amount of domestic misery and crime which startles us after Its public outcropping was laid when the parents allowed the sacredness of their daughters persons and the pur ity of their maidenly Instincts to be rudely shocked In the waltz Mr T A Faulkner at ono time proprietor of the Los Angeles dancing academy and of the Dancing Mae tern association of tho Pacific Coast has given aa his deliberate opinion that twothirds of tho glrla who are ruined tall through the Influence of the dance The matron of a homo for fallen women In Los Angeles that seventenths of tho worn en who go there have fallen through the dance and Its Influence Can We Can we afford to Indulge In a pas time that links us with a great Im moral Institution like time modorp dancoT If we should have tho stain ina of character to resist Its eVIl tendency wo nevertheless will lose our Influence as a spiritual force and our example may lead others who are weaker to the wreck of their moral Let ovary one take Christ Into Ida heart and he will be guide and pro lector Do what pleases Win and you will alwaya bo on tho vafo side In strength take for n motto and live up to It Whether ye vat or drink or whatsoever ye do do all o the glory of God Languages Hard to Learn Of modern languages taught In schools Russian considered the most difficult lurraan next French third Spanish U perhaps fourth Wearied of the fCino Quite puma and tinged a bit with suggestion U ono remark MepdoU lolm made to a In the days of compulsory piano study I am glad when Sunday comes for that U tho day I dont have to lot up at five la to vra Uce I I REV A C DIXON D D eMu A Chin I rash ling torthe a domestic de- Clares into the till I I ly v I groves they cruse beholders for sexes end fi ir J17 Wwr c19 t1 l iW n you want h I r The ufTiMAK- UFACTUUING Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality Going to Marry in JUNE It We Engrave announcements and invitations in the latest style GNsee CEJT1iHl1 1iEC01iD J AGENTr IIARCOU I J tk I f I I it ItI Of i t t r1 fI r Loulsvlllcco hHCItA CItS L r 4 v r t l r- fl tV J V i TlfE coSt IS ONLY r ALITTll MORE 11 THAN fOR ORDI NARY WORD f Central Record AGENTS LOUISVILLE Ky AsANLIdTTLR AvLRTIzINGI- TPAYS TO USE STEEL Mf fi- roitUAOUKTO Going to Make Fashionable v CALL Have You Any Cards We can furnish them in a few days See our samples n I e I 1 I 1j IJIjt H I t- I s i jwAM AGENTS LOUIsyiLUB KY THE LEADING STATIONERS AM MANUFACTURING eNGRAVeRS ORDERS HARCOURT CO FOIL FOP Icnarow rae WSKI AND ua lima menu of taste THE CENTRAL RECORD CARDS INVITATIONS work wltett completedwill mark the mo t1Li 1 r l I n DUSI aSSe wIPe 1y assurance hat user Far ecI the R r j 1 i Gossip About I NS A Dtlil Mtnllon of Hit Oolngi Wt Art IMmilcd In Mis Win llurnctt has been III of JWllnr K C Wnllon was In Mtrt Annlo llerndun weeks si ny 0o llnlTiiinti of Luulkvlllci visited relatives hero last week Miss of LnwrcncRlitirid In K bliss Miiinlu Col mill MlM Nova Wllilinnii of llurrcds- biir t H the uncut of Mrf James And Mrs Octuttn llruco of Dituvlllc boa Ijbcn wllh her mother Mrs Nanny Ilrown J 8 Uuwtnan of County Is hero vlsltlnif Mr and Mrs W G And cfQtl Mrs Ann jloblnson ID In Paint Lick vlsltlmt sister Mrs JOIIICH Herbert Pilcc of Dtfivlllr was hero inln llin with intends and relatives clarcnco Holtzclaw of litchi nionil li the Kuojt of Dr and Mrs J A A man Win OulntK of Lincoln was with lilsHhtcr Mm II M Ilullon thou of lliu week Mrs UOKH Crow of LvulAvllle was hero mitt week to wo her mulliur Mrs A II Mr II J Mclluberts nnd wifo fruin fitniifoul upcnl Thursday with rula In our city Mrs J II Davis of llnrrmhhnrtf IN here vUlUnt her Mr and Mrs Sllus Ashley Mr nod Mrs U Grnliam Prlco of Diuvlllf were ricont vldltotHof FrlKhle Mini Viihhbnrn loft fort protracted vUlt to rclullveri unit friend In Louisville v llw John ViMkU of Iinvllli Ins iiutn the recent itiiMtuf Misses Ian nl and licit le West J o ami Lowly Ilnrnnldn have re llif tied lo MldtlloMxiro where Ihov lath hrhl uoud WsllloiiK and ori0 of Danville Imvu Mrs tti Wait and fumlly tuft Thurstluy fur several weeks stay with her sMor Mrs Mhjrbrey of KM Alum and Mary L ir have rultiriiod from u nimiwint visit W Mrs Hubert liirlUlo uf llarriHlibur Mini Allen Ilnurne lias retnrnrd from n tldll to lust Mrs War ncr of SUinroid Mrs A Lonr visited in Hlchinnnil last week suit attended the OTV H M and Bible School Conven lion MlMcs Margaret and Juan Mount nltondcd u wuk end house party Miss Sslllu Tavlor Woods In Stanford Mr J K Dlckerson and with are ro J plains over thu nrrrlval uf nn cl lil lHiiiil arrived Wednesday inurnltn Mr Abhby Wearrcn of Louisville and Ills mother Mrs It X Wwirren of Ktanfurd visited her klNtur Miss Jcnnlo Duncan Kdllor Louis Laiulram and wife were called hero THursday by drnllt of Mrs It A Iliirnslile Mr Rev unit Mrs It M Campbell of Hockford Mil were willed Intro foes tiny by the death of tho hitters moth Mrs John K Went Dr J A A mon was In Louisville thus week havlnir taken a patient Mrs Pcndlcton Norton Inllrm ory for special treatment Mrs W H Colt stool lltilo daughter Lcona and Miss Fannlo Wllsun have ruinrncil homo nflcr several diiys visit to their parents In Itlchmuml Mr W G Dunhip and duuuhtcr Mrc Clarence Williamson land sun Dunlap of Loxln lon iiUeudcd the funeral of their Mrs it A llurnsldo Miss Huge of Mt Hturlliik KHubolli Allot nf Mllloihburu Kalllo Taylor Woods mil Sarah Dunn of Stanford are liousu uiicsts of Misses Mount Wednesday Mrs McllnborlM outer tamed UK Riiotlsof her son llobert Ware the Miss Mounts liuuso guests nt a pink lea overs vcru old for twelve and limo cnlorijuhemo earned tilt III nilnutiSl detail lliruiiuli uvery course On last Friday nluhl tlio yount snot of Stanford u vo ono of tlio swollest lances Unit our peuplo Imvo hud thou plniiHiiro of HttomlliiK Wobor of Cin tfttM t j I nWlllellti 1 1 grip town Clnchmnll v Cull 11111 her slater er II t to t Levels J r 1 I I MOll llt AIr i t tt III lit It 1i1t Brown Sr i tVr3 1 t Maltte I 4 Ihllr day I t YdtQT tr it r 4 t d i f- i Mrs J trio fl i llllIuh 1t i Misses V sister ViOl or t r buy Ie I J I JII I hot LlllldrllmlI 7f ti1i ific I r I rehuttI o Arahultn snit Margaret 1 4 I It a- i s 1c 4 and iy hors I 4- p snhIIIMt r 4day- j t Iii f t twos bits 4vtr v r rands4 II i y Lives e parents r Mrs ii Sarah ti S B s 0 9 4r sir Mrs Robinson been statue I V a t vie r IcI k 4S 3 J whip 5 e 1 lint w r r- S 4 s sister I k r erg u to hue tgip k I ten F par a e cinnati furnished Ins usual grand and about twenty boys nod girls from herd clijoyrd it hugely Claude Illco OnlncR Urn bright llttlo ants of Mr and Mrs Kil OalncH bud n successful operation perform ill for enlarged toilslU In Lisa city of Lnulsvlllp rho lltllo fellow Mood the ordeal well Later reports are that lio lists about recovered from It MUM Lirtlo Ilrown of tlilt city was tinted In inarrlnKoon Thursday In the city of Atlantis to Mr I L UtiKlies of llaldwln In Pisa bride n Bond position In the south for tho past two years and Is tlio only Mrs Dolly Ilruwn of this place Tho Womans Club suet Wednesday afternoon at Lila Christian church Tho lenders were Mesdames Ocor o D Ilohlnson Thomas U Slavln of Dunvlllc nod T Wood llnrnsldo Subject for dlftcusslon Tlio Ucpubllo Tim Alps The hostess was Mrs U L Klkln Mrs 1 It Mount and dauiilitcrs Missed Margaret nod Joan entertain ed Tuesday afternoon from 3 to R In honor of their house parly tmesis Misses Arabella nnd Mar nrot liege Sarah Dunn and Sue Taylor Woods The color scheme which was unit lilac was carried out perfectly the refreshments also corresponded In color Tho spacious homo was beau tifully decorated and tho hospitality of these charming pcoplu was never displayed to better advantage BTtnslde On Thursday afternoon at live the diHlh of Mrs It A liurnslde occurred at her home on Danville av enue Her deaths was known to be user for several hours before but It did nut prepare the loved ones any butter lo stand the shuck She had been conllncd to her bed for weeks nnd from tile beulnnlnK there was lit tie hope uf her recovery though she Mel the nllcnllun of the most skilled physicians and nurses For sumo lime dm suffered from stomach trouble gradually ifrowlnji weaker till lilt end Came caused from ivu strokes of puralrxls limo funnrul services look place In the midst uf a throng of friends and relatives on Saturday afternoon at Uio residence They were conducted by llev a U Drown and Kd F M Tlndur The burial took place Ironic dlaluly after In the Lancaster coal etery Tho deceased was the oldest child of limo tutu General Lan dram belnif born In this city where spent tier entire life uf tlftyscvcn yours It has been of tin truthfully said that no truer inuther nod wife over lived In this com m unity Silo was loved and praised by all fur her many deeds of kindness and sac rlllcis made during her Christian life Sheplayed possibly the llrst organ installed In a church In Garrnrd cotfiity at thou early u eol twelve years nnd continued to lend her musical talent to the worship In till Presbyterian church to the lime of her lust Illness KolriK ninny times when she was nut physically able Too much Dan nut be said about this goal woman aiul the high esteem In which also was by all No better friend or neighbor could have lived as Is heard from lip to lip Is verified by the writer who was rccelplcnt of her neighborly risen users for many rears The bereaved ones tu whom wo ex press our heartfelt condolence arc Mrs Win Lackey Miss Uerllia Mrs llrent Molcalfp Knuxvlllc Kansas MUM Htflllo Walker Jou H Louis L ltlchinl II and John Tercy all of whom arc children and two sisters Mrs W C McFarland lierlln Germa ny Mrs C K McGiiKln Howard Ohio anti Louts Landrnm Illchmond Kentucky tier husband Judge R A Ilurnsldo was County Judge of Garrurd county two loans and Is now General U S Deputy Collector Tho toss falls hens fly upon him tho couple beliiK a must devoted one On account of the prominence of the family the floral uttering was beaull rill anti profuse Mao He Might Be Lonely Tho man who says ho would bo good If ho could be rich may bo rustler than ho thliikv Columbuu DJs patch Ono Touch of Nature Makes Th World Kin When a rooster fluids a big fat worm ho calls nil the Incurs In the hour yard to como and share It A similar trait of liumiin nnturo Is to bo observed when a man discovers somollilim ex ceptionally good ha wants all his friends and neighbors tosharo tho best oils of his discovery This Is the touch of nnturo that makes the whole world kin This explains why people won Imvo been cured by Chamber lalnri Coughs Remedy wrllo loiters to the munufaclurers for publication Hint others similarly tilling may also uso It urn obtain relief llelilnd ev cry ono of these totters Is n warm hearted wish of tho writer lo bo of use to someone oho This remedy U for sale by F P Friable 2t daughter IIr green W J iho butter or ever liPoid bush recently hits hold thirty lie Business Items Fresh day T ll UltulsofMrdorh setd ihHTlnupcK U II KCall 1 cincjnui lly Phone 23ft Jail latch i S A kp ja Sod It n For Bull st Nice toUagl otntctrtiu AT nue 0 HamllonHOtf toirloKCUwe hayo nut P lvat la 0111 Simpson WeA lrmvo seed sweet In lUfiw Simpson- Urft A ucrfa Finder OaifB v 430 tfcan neatly Jam W R IcrcoMtan market for Ilogfinu txpei1 if Insures rather It Policy No by The Penn Mutual Life cd Atoujfcallon ha Lime uf a Sulllo A Leaveil 42Ot lirrantsvllle Ky Strong for Winan Suffrage It a said that there 123 organi sations advocating woman suffrage In tho llttlo kingdom of Belgium SHERIFFS SALE Land on Execution Hy virtue of execution No 170 In fa vor of the Proctor Coal Co against Jnuilma K Corder has led March II execution No lul In favor iif Co against Jemima Cur Icr loot Both of said directed to tea dud Issued ofllce of Oar raid I or one of my dep utica will or Mnday May 24 WO the m and 2 m being court fur Oar rurd county Ky before the court house Lancaster Kv expose lot of and brick business and dwelling house described us to Doing in the city of cancasler Oar yard county on ine H K corner on iin the by the On time lot of Lancaster containing I about i same property Jones and wire May 18 1007 deed book No 2 Garrard Clerks ofllcc Tbo Jemima and 1 E Corder entitled to a homestead in said property of the value 6f 11000 Tills mado subject to said homestead arid over and bovo said hometead realized from sale by virtue of execution In m hands will sold lo satisfy said excutlon or so much thereof an fullows FlrstTho Proctor Ubal Co 115302- Ktcond KfelloKK 3760 TKUMS Said will be on a required from purchaser Said bond Interest at rate of 0 from day of sale until pall Bald bund having the force and ttif which execution may Issue If not paid Given under hand M sheriff of Garrtrd county this April 21 1WW 0 A ARNOLD SherllT Garrard County Ky I do ng Will 9U Illoblrl6nsh JM1i1Hat F v nu taknklb lJl1fl Itre h CAltlthtnmeo lIplilr nt- Cullo VII a r r dUlit I C New I Ira I u et rll Apply Ira C I 1U or nt 4 I A ytl lrll1e llId o are Ctlrder an U nit to led A rlt Ole dons larks Clreul rt I re or 10 a c for sale to the highest n certain or IIna the by an or the Popper heirs and est street No on plat or limo I lacr and lie n t A sal bolr 18 Total debt sold fur ode creditor a month wills con nnum a sale I I I Input d1t hKCul nt elan eamt u Sun AI of mil r Italia iS flit r the ynyr Ins ate etas nut Riuvl ho un Swln brut e lug l1 sale iplili t Ii Ed can d s 1 do ash if tat Gill f dons blot iWmi iW II aderin Irnak asp ciI t utl rgigQ r ly hy o Ueo- 1pu rue tle b t ready Ro Ip al taand west pflees 6 ets N a s ucjn urh 130 tf- Tro vial rat oft C llti IL- tiit atlas dim III e n e- cis nge t t1 pO3 oaicd Sat u y Mn tltb 1021 1 you vo1n lu over tub u bares s real ence and tbullr Inge iy I nW re 1a akca ho p to du oils s et 30dt- Wa Ad v1b yalnr e nn henip Iced I S Ill y t glje4L- muuirke A Idds- u I er r I l u- SI o X1- 11gha0 milyr4JoatAdds l r LCxing 1 Tnder Meat We o y 1 7 wJ t es and have th m q art ed ny r leicedcu ter r nd good tend r me t eca a Is us much in Lb u n Ir a beet Try it ut Lost lsltd 7 Issued era co Ca patsy on Lisa I t df e1 cave T it Iir- er wl pie re tur to a min rrs 11 con a ad fur it duel tc no S stile arot or 1900 Kai C Item between thorn U ford Fast alley Sculls property by be- Ing 35 tImo euavo ed Jemn ea Corder lit 42 hh boi Dont wear ordinary clothing when it costs no more to wear well trade and stylish clothing If you buy Shield Brand NOTICE the tailor made effect of the garment shown above especially the natural set and hang of the coat the results of artful designing and high class tailoring Shield Brand Clouting for Men and Boys is shapely to begin with and is so well made that it retains its shape Sold at seven prices attached to sleeve within the follow ing tangos MENS 10 the Lowest BOYS 3 the Lowest 6 the Highest Its your privilege to look our pleasure to show Get our prices on Seed Potatoes Syracuse Plows Furniture Car pets Matting and Paints of all kinds 5000 Rolls of Wall Paper only 5cts Double Roll Sanders Hicks Stone Kvv and Lovd Kv Was a Lucky Day for enulana Admiral Nelson was tho recipient of favorltli n In tho matter of his ap pointment to tho llrltlsh naval sore ice Nelsons fuller could not have at forded to send his son lo Osborno nut If ho had been Nelson would have been rejected ns physically says n writer Nolsqn waa Bhovolod tho navy under n bit ot jobbery and pushed on by backdoor Intluonco 1 T Sield whichare into I Highest unfit it s j2 K tE JUDGMENT OF HUMAN NATURE But One Infallible Way by Which Can Da Made According- to One Writer Homo people claim to make a study of humors nnturo They will tell you they cnn read character al sight know faces and what they Index us grant all thus to bo to maybe they eats Then again maybe they cant they only think they can Faces dont always toll the whole story Uchlrid thn frown and tho knitted brow may lurk n big heart and a soul full of healing humor llchlnd the easy imlle may skulk the worst old wolf of a temper you ever saw Often you will face a taco so closed up you wouldnt ask It for a cent Itching to subscribe himvlly to your benevolent schemes In your inside pocket Then again a face so bland you think you could say llrlcktlbrlt lo It and see It cough up specie like the donkey In the fairy tale will cough up nothing A man tells mu that to study human nature In the wood you need to bo a person of little Influence and to go around with a subscription paper for some religious or charitable object Then you find out Because you have no personal Influence the cause looks the giver or the right smack In time face and the nature of tho person concerned will be as evi dent as n openfaced watch Whether much little or nothing be given mat tore little but the spirit matters a whole lot so the Informant tells iTs TOUCHES THEIR TENDER SPOT Most Men Have Weakness for Being Photographed on Horseback Says Observant Photographer A young man went out with a cam era ono morning not long ago and took seven snap shots of early morn log horseback riders lie sent proofs of the pictures that turned out well to the men who were photographed and every one of the men sent him an order to finish up a few of the pic Of course they did said a more experienced amateur photographer when he heard about It A man will always buy a picture of himself on a horse unless hos an unusually poor rider and looks bad on a horse No matter how modest a man Is you catch him at one tlmo when you may appeal to his vanity when hes mounted on a good riding horse The Characteristic National Meal It Is not only In Scotland that break fast Is tho characteristic national meal says the London Chronicle Travel where you may the first meal of tho day Is the ono that strikes foreign note luncheon and dinner having gradually absorbed cosmopoll tan qualities that are not oven to hotels Dut you never feel so much of an Englishman as when Switzerland gives you rolls and butter anti honey and nothing more with your coffee or when Franco makes this Into one exquisite crumbling croissant with an Inch or two from a yard long loaf or when Denmark adds cream Instead of milk to the coffee and a dangerous piece of pas try to time black bread and round white roll Yet our English breakfast became an Institution only In the eighteenth century lioforo that only royalty breakfasted oft meat bread and cheese and ale Tho commoner such such as Popys took merely a morn lilt draught of buttered ale Married Women Must Work As long as women workers stop work at marriage they will continue to be as a class lowpaid overworked unskilled looking only to the day and never to tho future entering Industry casually without training retiring from It unexpectedly without warning hard to organize Into trade unions hard to Interest In technical hard to Inspire with financial ambition behaving In every respect with the utmost good sense just ex actly In the manner In which any class of admittedly and consciously temporary workers should behave It Is hard to believe that such a situa lion can be right either for women or for Industry The women lose oppor tunities Industry loses abilities Everybodys His Business Ability In tho Adirondacks lives a man too lazy to work but evidently of great business ability One winter when ho was sitting around smoking his family came so near starving that some of his neighbors who could ill afford to help him took up a and bought for tho suffering family a barrel of flour a barrel of pork and a load of wood They were not considerate enough to cut the wood but tho business man knew how to manage Ho lured some of his neighbor who had not contributed to his donation to cut the wood and paid them with halt of the pork and halt tho flour Llpplncotta How the Toast Originated Tho drinking to ones health li very old custom dating way down the ages In tho sixteenth and seven teenth centuries the favorite drinks woro sack canary claret sherry to which wore added sugar ginger and other spices On the top or this mixture a of toasted bread was always floated It supposed to give the necfgiary flavor Hence the Idea of drinking ft toast The word Is used In reference to any sentiment proposed for a speech at a social gathering OP banquet In fact the waking of tonsU Is a very graceful amt worthy of cultivation I Teat Let the collection I a half dozen non giver tore the confined Improvements was PARK KKNTUCKY Stallions for Service Gambetta Wilkes The only stallion living or dead thnt ever sired 200 or more with records of 230 and better foundcrof the greatest family of show and race horses in the world Ills colts won more premiums at the Worlds Columbian Imposition than that of nay other sire His decendants did the same at the Worlds Iulr held nt St Louis His dccendants arc ruled for their gameness and good disposition whether on the road on the track or In the show ring I Dr Munson j- jSi4 years old Race record ao8j the champion 4 year old ing stallion of 1907 Will stand at 20 to insure a living colt General Brightheart Race record 219 Trial In a race ai3 trotting Will at 20 to insure a living colt Gen Adelle 4 year old Race record 210 trial in a race 207 stand at 15 to insure a living colt jr Dr Munson 208J Gon Brightheart 219 Gon Adelle 210J aro all sons of Garhbetta Wilkes 219 Mares will be kept at week at owners risk Mates sold or parted with forfeit insurance and season becomes due For stallion cards and otter information address J G C P CECIL Danville Kentucky THE Garrard Bank Trust Go INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier Tinnn A tCishier R L Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank suggests improvements We would like to im prove tho looks of your place by constructing for you A Cement Pavement This makes the 16th year we have been doing this of work So we know how Phone us for an estimate ANCASTER Lancaster Kentucky Time furniture store of Mr J C Robin son deceased will continue business for the present with J U Collier as who requests that all who are indebted to Mr Robinson will please settle at once that his business may be gotten in better shape L 111 CECI- l 11 I 1909 219 II pac i it 1 U Will too per f ir 11 f L OOOOOQC OOOOCOOC oocOOOCOO ISpripg class L MB M CID OOCOOC OO ooooooc ooc I manager I I j J g f i a I r stand 4 ISe I 1 i DA r For all occasions Funeral Designs Receptions and Weddings given special All orders quickly and promptly iWecrr For particulars call phone 1 MISS R S O N Currey Davidson Phone 20 Also potted plants of all kinds at har residence next to Graded School L ALL IE A D E t N- Or h SILVER WOOD r NttAiAM = Pan of Pat Wood w record IM7 lirnthtr slut if Lady OontUutlne ll i Florin i nd lht other Far Wood 227- fnnof Knt Wood 110 rceod jhl f lire of Manager 1fM lx ck Heart Addle ll titi Mother Nut Wood 000 record 218 Ron ol Betmonl HI Wood Ittdamfrlnceiby Vidlcanai1 Cheliy llelmontfll Vatican ism HambtrtonlMi In Fir Wood lOTfifl record 2271 lit dam No Wood I Wood Nora Wllkcs M M Nut Wood GOO record 2181 tit dm Win ItiiMrlt il m ol Mud fl 1 s I to Not Sliver Nora I Note liP fly UO W Ilk l Wood ltWt and Wllkee dam of W Morrow Graduate Optician Oldiif i Pitted HatlilnClloa Guaranteed Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Ofllce Hour Office over 8 m to IZyl p m to 4 Slormei Drug Store Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST Office over Mln Arnolda Millinery H d County Surveyor PHONK 229J Office corner Lexington Bt and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER awl COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and Court Office over Police Court Phone 104 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT ANCASTKR KKNTUCKV III HOUSEx Only White Barber- In Town Agent for Danville Sleam Laundry North side of Public Square ilR A B PRICEw- ill practice Hantiitry at his home Itlrhmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts E C TestBiuceiior to Dr If Cat r Veterinary Stirgeoi ut Dentist Iradnate Chicago Vvterlaar Coleg Panvlll Ilioiie W Will b at liurloir iubl every court day Quality f Courage There are a dlffureut kinds of cwirage HI thero cavalry horses lliero are different kinds ot cavahy boriea ai there are cavalry hornoi of any kind whatever Minuet any man will bo a hero liven the right circumstance Almost any man will dunk If Fate the pvychlc combination on him What 1 mean to li that potentially were alt beiOM were all cowardi Kdwett Marshall In Metropolitan Magaslat Subscfibe for Recordi I T3 a B F TIN LEY U S INSURANCE I Th of All II II rill 1111 I I wine roa f p i WALTER i I t y District i 4 r i eweeeeaeeuSi W eweee- V mesa sepeeaeee eeeeeee 1 t 1ae are tnauy ntr say i Hllrrr Wood ihiiulil mat of tin trral M bor In Kentucky lit Ixcame he li b dupbjr lrc nd item of the Mood that eau found Allfood hones run beck to lhM famlllra ot lmr i Cud l ca lir I one of looking 4 year old horde I rer laW Hi li M9 head blh good bone flop flnlih Mark and white illtprtalt to barnrn had no work tot tfd but he can show a t40 gall tiny time with all around high true action more clearly for true high Cud lialancrd action trol and branljr and Hllvrr Wood lice them all and t caul ire why he Mionld not make Krntuckjp more farroiH bjrliln Sliver Wood will he kept during the aaion of 1909 al mr ulaMo In Unimlcr Kjr unit will lx to eerie no good mare at the low price of ttt0 fo Iniiire a living coil I am prepared 10 rare for itock from a tiMe at reaionnblv price bat no rnponilldlllj aiinred for accldrnti or of stock com milled to my care one tack be type end tie It broke tnuket clear permuted 11 ere bet the Ices end lut goal Eecltday the cell get cry NABOTH JRH hay jrutt old end mill 11 heads lil i nlilii IU1Uiihi1i mil a ot voudertiil beatify harlnt rainy lIck mid c tr ln a nut tell It In a pfrfecl lutinit action and like all Old Xaboth real natural speed In harntii and stealer racking hurt can not be found In the ftlate ol Kentucky 1 been deatiir In farter hone for ten ar fiirnlitilnithem for all marked In lhl country aid I Am anxlnni lo enconrage th breed ri ol horiei to tonlliiii lo false boiit OHM Aali generally known there liMcarclly tot Ilia KMttrn hilt k t bring fancy prices lithe breeders would ral Number they mntt marei Nahotli Jr beyond all lions thai will produce thatltpeofhoricilhaUhe market d tnaiidiai d fur which the public la willing to pay hlh greet young nUlllon at ft fancy price became he lime il e style action beauty and breeding I had this horn worked 10 day mid he stepped In I HO beget like you can get the right kind of horse by breeding to Nahoth Jr Yen will IhU Stallion hai Hit blood of Old Xabolh llambelontin 10 Old Mei cnger Chief lied Wilkes Manbrlno Chief Illot t mid Harry Clay V rKDUlHKK- By Naboth 10010 Itchy Walnlntham SIM ol Latitude end In the list WalMnihambyOioriHWilkei Old Nabothe Aral dam by Meitengrr Dnrock lOG son of amblttonlan Second dim l ter to Jime unwell Jr by lUmbletonUn Third dam Jude Sayre by Harry Clay 4 Fonrlh item bjr Ut rrt non of Iincf bjr American Kcllpw Nahoth Meiaenger Chief Jr Menenger Chief bjr Oil ruvU by lied Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred N k at my liable In t nc t r Ky and will be permitted to er et aren at the tery low prlcelllOOto ln nr alUlngeo1t I urn prepared to care for stock from distance l reasonable price lint no rwponilbllltT aitumed for accidents oreicapeiof committed tn my lath tire the sire of the winner of the yearling stake t the Lancaster Fair IWft I d Lr 1T I c vv mu uH a rich I I a nrb III of lit a have of good e one take the to the kind doubt Is Ihlt mile note Oeorlo J Inul Tin Jr Fuel dim by Old Arennd dam will be of lOOP j a doc tAINOTIOI Nbolh Jr II WflfL 1r4 it borne long gaited horse with cone hoe the and thou horses right of fires a prices I purchased a If like list Wilkes cite 1 oils flees by the sraron W BURTON LANCASTER KENTUCKYB JI rCA Dslt 1 LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAI1D8 Airllta Cattle Hog ttecelpti 1181 JW1 3r Shipments 31 871 CATTLE Shippers 5ss i Extra 9 J Butcher iteera extra A 006 Oood tn choice 5 0006 C Common to fair lUKiM- Helfcn extra Oood to choice B0099 Common to fair 1 594 T Com extra 6 2fi OoM to choice 440961 Common to fair l o4 3 10091 Dulls balognai 4 1094V Extra 350 40V8B1 extra 70071 Fair to good and large 1 0096 T- iIIOOS good packers and butchers 7 65 7 U Mixed packer 78VJI7- stagi 4 axaai Common to choice heavy fat sows 00 g T Light shippers 6 lSf47x- Plgi HOlbiandlcii SHEEP extra 62- Ooodtocholce 4 766 II Common to lair a 15 4 61 LAMBS extra 978 6 767 1 Common to f lr 6SO6f Spring limbs 6 10310 Farm and Stock KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed fo holding the Kentucky Fairs for as far as reported of fair are requested to report to us any omls alone or correction of dates LANCASTER JULY 283 DAYS Lancaster Fair Col AUK Stanford July days Henderson July days Georgetown July 27 6 days Mudlsonvllle August days Winchester AuRUit 3 4 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington Augus 0 J days Taylorsvllle August 10 4 days Jniontown August 10 5 days Ilarrodftburg August days LeltcliUeld August 17 4 days Uarboursvllle 3 days Brodhead August days Bhepherdsvllle August 18 3 days Ewing August 19 3 days Shelby vllle August 24 5 days London August 244 days Florence August 25 i days Frankfort August 31 4 days Hardlnsburg August days Tompklnsvllle September days Fern Creek September 1 5 days Uardatown September 1 4 days Hodgenvllle September days Monticello September 7 t days Glasgow September 8 4 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 13 0 days Scottsvllle September days Bedford October days Berea August 6 0 and 7 F T Parkes of Preachersvllie will castrate your colls on short notice 424t About 75000 Is being distributed among the Robertson county Ky growers whose crops are In the pool The bulk of the distribution Is being mado this week 4or a drinking vessel use a tin can make a hole onequarter of an Inch from the top In the side till with water put a saucer on It and quickly Invert both water will stand In till saucer and will feed down as fast at tho chick drink It Preparations continue all over the dtate fur putting In tho biggest crop ever known In Kentucky An there Is considerable doubt about able to pool this crop It l likely that prices will Iw very dust pointing to Representative Lowdentof Illinois believe that ling cholera should bo adlcnted and to that end has a bill making an appropriation of 1100000 for the fiscal year 1010 to be by the Department of Agricul turn for the purpoio of ridding the country of tl U disease If you wunt to tlnd out whether your fowls or chicks have lice try wrapping tine of them In an old white cloth hiss been well iplnkled vllh kerosene The chick way ob ct but keep It bundled up for at least twenty minutes then eiatnlne cloth for lice and lay ri on 10 N N 76 M t N Good tochoice 1000 Officers 123 days 213 275 35 113 183 313 15 73 163 12 tobacco tobacco ere Introduced used that Sheep a 0O0 A Canners Fat bulls CALlS tins e e 6 s 600600 00 August being years growers the It 1 r s i a i I the bird they will at once bo attract ed to the cloth Potato or Hill Onion This onion Is becoming more of a favorite each year because of Its abil to withstand the severe colds of and Its freedom from the rav ages of the onion maggot Sets planted In the fall produce marketable bulbs In late June or early Julv just at the time the market Is bare of fresh stock and therefore bring a desirable price The large bulbs planted In the spring make sets by the tall thus mak ing It necessery for the onion grower to save mature bulbs for spring plant ing In order to keep up his supply of sets The matured bulbs should be stored In thin layers In a dry well ven tilated place Hlghttt Prlc On J ry At the recent foreclosure sale of Islandbred Jersey cattle held al Lew Islana Farm Fredericksburg Va Dr II D Rodman of Shelby vllle the great bull Stockwell pay Ing for him 17000 This bull was Im ported by T S Cooper Son and sold In their 1007sale fur 111600 A K Lewis of Frederlcksbnrg Va being the purchaser The price paid by Mr Lewis for Stockwell was the greatest ever paid for a Jersey bull This bull Is In his prime being now only six years old He like all other great Jersey bulls of the Is descended from Golden Ferns Lad In fact he Is an Inbred Golden Fern Considering that Stockwell sold for more than any other bull hiss ever brought and the futher fact that he Is young and that several of his dough ters have sold for from 11000 to 1 500 when two years old It would seem proper to class him first among all Jer soy bulls Kentucky which already has such a reputation for Jerseys Is to be congratulated upon the acquisition of this great bull Home and Farm has bad something say recently about the value of concrete on the farm We do not ex pect to transform every frame build ing Into concrete fireproof building at once but we want to direct the farm ers attention to concrete for building purposes When they build their walks chicken houses stables barns or dairies we want them to take this concrete building material Into their considerationIn place It Is not subject to Injury from the weather as wood Is Second It Is not going to burn wood Is It is a protection Ore In the third place you can keep the premises cleaner than when you use wood This Is an Important consld Experience has demonstrated the value of concrete and when you go to build your new house you will want to know more about It In tbe we suggest that you send for Concrete Construction About the Home and Farm to the Atlas Cement Company Dept 18 30 Broad St Now York City It will cost you nothing Concrete docs not need to be paint ed It does pot change Its color It does nut wear out In a few years When you build a thing that you want to stay built build It of cement Was Not to B There li an anllque anecdote but one 10 much to the point that It will bear repetition which throws a on Mendelssohns acute cism A pupil confused himself un able to solve a problem In counts point did not know whom to put an other noto 1 uia glad of that was the response for neither da I Words To Th Soul Your son has Consumption Ills case Is hopeless These appalllnf words were spoken to GeoE nievlns a loading merchant of Springfield N 0 by two expert doctors a luny specialist Then was shown the won derful power of Dr Klngu New Ale covery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevenn he was an well as ever I would not take all money In the world for what It did for my boy Infallible for Coughs and Colds the safest surest cure of desperate Luug diseases on earth Mo and 1100 at R B McRoberti Guar antee MtUfaoUun Trial bottle tree in i wInter purchased t t I I duesthat against erat Ion Improved Frill one the its day 1 a meantime Portland sidelight rill VERDICT 1621 Will mate season of 100 it mllc from Lan coder on Poor house Verdict It adark chei tnul li handi comlnn ai flue mate oneldlnf yon will tee combining all the qualities ai to looki breeding itylb and action that go to make a great lire and a flritclait producer If the law of repeats Itielf that like begets llkethen yon have an Ideal stock bone In Verdict 1 claim that Verdict carrlei more of the blood of Old Teavlue and Washington Denmark than any bone living ai breeding will show Verdicts career ai a show horde bee rarely been equaled winning ai a I year old and e a 1 yearold itralght through the Fair Circuit without a break doling hl cam paign at the Loulivllle Horse Show by winning two first tie ID his clan and winning second In hit clan for itallloni any age thus going against the pick of the aged itallloni from and Mlitourlln a ring of flflrei horiei Verdict show career was cut short In Iwt by ileknenonly showing at Richmond and Lexington where be wou first premiums In aged italllon class In 1U04 Verdict bad fully recovered from and after making a heavy eaion neihowed first at Klrkivllle at Lexington where be won first tied lo Itarrodihurg where be won Ant In aged itallloni first In Sweepstakes II entries first lit combined ring and Ant In model ring at Ihl lair Verdict met with an unfortunate accident which kept him from going to the Loultvllle Hone Show for which he was being specially prepared under the able supervision of Mat 8 Cohen Pedigree Verdict 16JI aired by j by Black 68 by Black Eagle 74 by King Wllllami 67 by Washington Denmark M Verdict dam Jay Bird 1014 by Ieavlue MI Id dam by Young Diamond he by Diamond Denmark CS by Washington Denmark 64 Veto Qordo dam Uln nicnmond Ml by King ntehard be by Feavlne U Klug Blchard dam Inaroi thor by Int ported Pbaro Mln Richmond dam Jenny IjnnMl by Stonewall Jackson 72 by Waihlogtou Denmark M You will see that Verdict three times to TeavlueM Old 1eavlue edit three to Washington Denmark Ibu combining the blood of two of the greateit ihow bor et that ever llrcd TERMS Verdict will be Allowed to Serve Mares at I my 4H with much natural add action Ilrlug hi KeolnekJ Teoneuee gelding Cora Oordo Ion I times place pike eu old a style a any aa nn aany nature 2year old his Illness Squirrel i traces 25r Above Is a fair likeness of Nahotli Jr Ovvtud by W II Hurton IancastcrrKyI yl I In which ereut a Lien li retained on the colt lee taken to prevent accident but not reiponilble should ray occur A K WalkerO- n Poor House Pike four and one half miles from Lancaster forth annul Cue FARMERS couir Space below this beading I tot the exclu live use of our farmer aubicrlbere and li the tale of itock grain and inch things on farm ai the farmer cannot afford to adver tile No notice will be accepted over four and will two issues of the KECOBO free of 1 have 100 barrels of corn for sale R R Speake have for solo the best Duroo sow In the county O B Led fora have 100 barrels of while corn for sale T A Klkln I have a BrcwnMonlln cultivator good ad now that I will sell cheap Phone 220y J W Walker have a Duroo male hog subject to register fur sale Milt Ward 1 have 0000 2 tout boards foi sale cheap J P Thompson 5 miles on Crab Orchard pike I have a Hood 4yearold harness mare sound and gentle for sale Phone 374R Alfred Owens I have a tine Poland Ohlna male hug for sale Robert Fox Marksbury Ky Phono 2MH Sliver Laced Wyandot eggs for sale 75 cents per 15 Mrs J A Rice Murkabury Ky WUdom of Mouse Consider the little mouse how lac claw an animal It U which sever In trusts tie life to one hole only Ilautui Publlo and Private Duties Qenerally wo are under the lion that a mans duties are public and a womans private But this ls not altogether so A man has a per sonar work or duty relating to his own home and a public work or which Is the expansion of the other relating to Bo a woman bait a personal work and duty relating to her own home and a work and duty which Is also th expansion of ttut John Ruikta lor- I lie only in I I I It the the e1110IreMILeleeeeeee11 eeeeeeesceeeeeuN hue duty stale r To Insure a Living Colt Your Hens Lay 1 Feed judiciously 2 Never fatten the pulleUor hens 3 Give them all the liberty you can by day 4 All the warm shelter by nlyht and In tempestuous weather 5 Make them Aork for their food Dig up the ground a little and bury tho food or throw among straw 6 Give cut green tone twice a week 7 Hot mash In morning 4 Hard grain at night 0 All the green vegetables carrots turnips mangold obtainable 10 Clean water day 11 Nice dust bath 12 Then It hatched at right time you will have tho birds earning money for you In the hard frosty times Ex perimenter In the Feather Her Only Hop Mrs Newton B Thomas Christians burg Ky says I kayo used your Bourbon Poultry Cure know that It will cure Turkey Cholera It Is my only hope of raising till birds next year For sale by J U Mount Co boy Mendelssohn I given us by ono He took his place among the grownup people In hla childs dress a tlghMUtlng jacket cut very low at tile neck over which the wide trouser wore buttoned Into the slanting pockets of these the little fellow liked to thrust tie hands rocking hU curly head from ildo to side and lifting restlessly train ono toot to the other A Case of Arbitration A rat and a weasel found an They arbitrated about It A cat was arbitrator He awarded the egg to the rat The rat ate the egg The cat ate the rat The cat believes In arbitration The rat doesnt rmon In Five Lines people In addition to cross log before they are reached go to trouble and expense of build lag bridges wlere thorn li never to bi any water Chicago Record every I t BoyA boy cleat the likel- Y herald to rn S Mike aid egg Boone bridges the 146 Great Combined Stallion Will make the season of J N Denny faun 4 miles from Lancaster on Ulclimcind pike at 35 for n Pant DENNY BROTHERS Lancaster 7 i- II i t 1001 at OOOOOOOOCOOC ooooooooooo r RR3UCKbE Living rt Stonewall Jackson Jr Tills fine black taddle italllon wti ilred by the great aaddU breeding ilalllon Old Stone wall ThU colts darn a Denmark mare lie U lo prove his breeding Will Hand at t to luinr nu III weaning time bold a lien on all tolls until paid for Darren mares made lo the linprrguator W perfect success Billy Breckinridge TiiU tine blackjack was sired by John D Harris Imported lack tie will mak the season ol 1H at my barn al M to insure a colt until weaning time Illiget of ItMu now on my farm to show for his good breeding lie U a suite foal getter A T SONS Pleasant 11111 Ilreedlng farm Stanford UK II Nu I S I Win BOLTACRAT a nice colt 1oo t We in brtwdicg TIIA Ion 47417c was Its has colts standby nave this Major d Ho will make the season of 1WW at our Stable on Herring avenue at 15 to Insure a Living Colt BOLTACRAT record 224 IK a black stallion by Bermuda 6874 iliim Carrie Mack by Cutup FenttiKotii 41U grand dam TlinritM Jr hir Miitnlirlnn etc Bermudas Rim Is by Hanker 4114 dam Tattle 1atchcn- Doltucratft culls have records bello than 230 Ills get Crapshooter 211 III Tins 217 lice Muck 2221 Ruiy live 223 J D 227 Joe Taylor J and 220 Bermudas nil have records n i1cr 230 IIH Is aUu the case of Carrie Mack BoltacrulV dam thus proving Hint ho is from a utpnllllif Mxicnir 1ig a winner Money positively duo If mars IN parted with or broil to another animal Wo are not responsible for accidents should any occur We will also stand at same time and placeDaws Hughes Jr At 800 to Insure a Living Colt Black Jack 15 panda high who has shown some of tho best In Oar rard County J I H C HAMILTON Lancaster Kentucky Lucky Shot nor the Hare While shooting at Wool Dorset a farmer fired at a haro and mined It Tho liars mailu fur a hwlgo and got caught In a wire Tho farmer again and alto shots cut tho wlru Tho haro thus freed got away to tho cha grin of tho sportsman Ix ndon Kvo nlng Standard Cross Breeding Succen For the last tow years tho Japanese government has been iteaillly buying Blnlllonu both thoroughbred and hack ney In Knglaiul America Vntnc anti Hungary The government ruproion tatlvo recently reported olllclally that a great Improvement had already boon omits In tho clans of young stock as tho outcome of crossing UIOHO lin Vortotl sires with the native mares A POSITIVE CURE fOR DANDRUFF ZEMO etopa Itching nitantly and win germ and prevents haIr U will the scalp clean 0 W Co St Louts bur meat MoUoberU Drug Store Ask for itampje cults winning stock be a euro lUll case scalp the lo or everywhere Write V rod EMO dandruff falling situ foraarn plot Cream Vermifuge r wfIITEU THE GUaRUTEEt WORM REMEDY p r THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC or iHivavion THI atNuiNg paieaaio ONLY IT Liniment MO McRoberts Drug Store ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Are quickly cured by ZEMO n clean uo 2KMO la tIm best known remedy for tho tutont relief and euro criomn dandruff plies nnd ovcry form of skin everywhere for pie E W Louts Fcr sain at McKobcrU Drug Slur Auk FOLEYS WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more i Spiegel 1204 N It five pain and worry I lost flesh sad was all run a ago had abandon work entirely three ol ud I was practically given up to sad slier tbe ascend bottle 1 tae entirely Tit WU IK Alt IUH MUiMUIMNICNIUIT C C J R Stortne I J 7 Ii i 0 f or tQJC- or Write lIam r COSt for sample I i KIDNEY CURE t j or f I I I IAIIlVEIII TO IlL writes andladderte the but 811110 Kl was Sad the bottle mo taken cured 8 leas Mallnrd SnoW Co- ST route T 1 w I scalp rl 4 may e 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