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THE CENTRAL RECORDIUHK HKMOtON UNTAIimilKb DKMOCIIACY rwaxrntrii VHUI LANCASTER KYVFWDAY MAY 7 liOJ r 1 t iI J GO I I U varnnn I pfd4 h rl 1N1 jt fnIV7 nemfcttC S C Sumes Carts Harness Etc If you nro looking for a rent bargain dont pnss us by Vo believe that wo have tho Vest Buggy out for the money Wheel Guaranteed NOT TO GET Loose in the Hub Wo havo u side spring long shnft Cartwhich i the pritlo of nil Horsemen Come und 1 ctj x- I Give us your Painting Rubber ing Repairing etc Work First Class CONN BROTHERS 1 i 1 t 1n a i i7 If 1or J 1 t L E I J Bra kei J J l k f I c3Jttc3m a 3Jttc3Jtt i t Va43tt3ts uqgies- r I a j- F i tfIt fmIa1Mt irMlf- rl F Rdbouts t 4 0- I t JIw SMART Ideas 1IIII ffffUV IN Tho Ladles AId Society will mool Saturday wllh Mm J J Walker on Lcxlnitton street J KililiiMjn of IliiUotivllle qualified as executor of J 0 Hobln noils entitle as provided In the will Florence Ilu ljcS and will have hlK To of lots aUStanford I rtt1 I lXlft liven away and bargains will bo ollor Will Probated The will of J C Robinson was pro bated In Judge Fords court Monday He Ills entire estate to Inn wlfr for at Pier death to no divided bo tween his daughter Mrs Heltlu Hen ry and his Helen If either dies without Issue that part goes to the survivor Water In Abundance Superintendent L E Hcrron has stopped time leak at the water plant tlio lako Is full of water and the sup ply can never bo exhausted In one season oven if a drouth like last year should return Those contemplating putting water In their premises can safely do to now Wo move a vote of I thanks to Mr Hcrron Triangle The Triangle fit time Court house Frldnv the au spices of the Lad Aid Society of time Baptist was a success In every Time play was well staged ono played his part well The house was full and tile gross receipts were very pleasing to the ladles who worked so hard to make It success Denny Since the death of Mrs James N Denny was reported at press hour last Issue and the date and place of only could be given we desire to make a further statement Iti reference to this excellent lady She was formerly Miss Mary Ueatlc of Missouri and was a djccndcnt of worthy and prominent ancestors She was in her Hftyslxth year a devout member of the Presbyterian church a faithful wife a devoted mother and a truo woman In every walk of life Those who survive her are her hus band who has held many Important places of public trust and has the con fidence of his fellow citizens one daughter Miss Katie Lee tour sons Alexander William Samuel and Mar anal upon whom her beautiful traits of character are reflected Such a death proves not only a heavy loss to them but to the entire community In which silo lived We with the many friends Of the family cxp css our heartfelt condolence Q1 1 a llturd ny will be td gives I The give nllh under ch CII part U r a funeral r life grnnd daughter and ch OXFORDS AND We have made great preparation in Oxfords Strap Pumps and sandals 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 dressers always look to us for fine dress FootWear and we never disappoint them No fancy price for style and wear V E V E SI u I Ii LqDLS r r c1it k h O H T lOGAN n r e v rir JUDGE MCSAUFLE Roplioa to lion John Sam Owsloy Lancaster Kv April ao llioy 1 In it card published by Jmlito Own Icy In Limo Advocate of April 23th lit rulers to the position I took In utli joint dlticusolon at Lancaster on the subject of an amendment to life Local Option law by which If ciyftted the purchaser of splrlttiuiiLlliuors In llitwo districts sale of It IH forbidden by Inw wmfid be U a penally rqiiullo that inputted upon the Holler It in true I hil during that dhciis ilon 1 thou timid do now my that such amendment would bo moro the de struction of the Ullnd Tiger tralllc than the existing law which limits the penalty to time seller Ows Icy commits himself to the rule of a prophet ruttier than a Jurist and with unclouded vision foresees that this amendment would multiply beyond measure time number of blind and Increase by a thousand fold the whiskey trulllc In tho district Hold words these but If they bo the ofT sprint of inspiration rather than the cxubarance of stimulated Imagina Lion they must bo accepted as trill h It will however strike Limo public as un unusual dispensation providence that such gift of conferred on Judge when It has been mystonouMywlthheld from the membership legislative assemblies of In the enact incut of laws subjnts Has It multiplied the number of du els and In Kenluofey because all parties participating In such encounters aro made under the law equally guilty Has It Increased gambling for money or property be cause all time parties to the game arc subject to equal punishment lies It Increased tho Indefensible practice of buying and selling votes at popular elections because time seller and the buyer are equally penallzd lies It Increased time ilesrcputuble practice which onto prevailed of selling and buying rewards and profits qf a public nlllco because of the law which Impo a like penalty on both buyer and seller lies time betting of money or property upon the result of popular elections been Increased because time legislature enacted that both partlc to tho bet shall pav u line lies the betting on games played on licensed billiard or pool tables been Increased because the law Imposes a penalty both on the owner of Limo table and the persons who make time bet lies the violation of the commandment been Increased because both parties to the forbidden act arc punishable at lawWhen these and many other qses lions of like Import can bo truthfully and affirmatively answered then the public may be forced to admit that tho former legislatures of Kentucky have groped In uninspired darkness and that a new prophet lies arisen In Descending from llicexaultcd plane of prophecy Judge dwsloy Is pleased to assume the Jurist and to idjudgo that by putting u penalty en tho buyer as as tho seller of liquor It make each of them Incom potent to testify against tho other becauso neither time seller nor the can be made Tjeforo time court to any Informutlou which would incriminate himself Before considering time legal phase of this point It will bo not amiss to note time logical result to which It tends rime should not bo punished iy law because the seller could not bo required to testify against him Would Judge Owslcy or lime public Have the legislature 10 repeal time ex isting laws on the subject of duelling mutual combats gaming betting and all other crimes and misdemeanors which cannot be committed except by time concurrent acts df not rower than two parties And yet time Identical principle ho Invoices applies to nil these cases There cannot bo an Il legal salo of liquors unless there bo a purchaser It Is tho act of tho buyer which makes tho business nrotUublc If u restraint bo thrown on tho buyer It necessarily affects tho business of the seller III While It Is fundamental law that no ODD can be required to testify against himself tt It not tile law that ho may not be forced to testify against unoth er though lira testimony may tumid to Incriminate thu legislature should provide his own testimony against another felmll not bo used himself In time chapter of tho Kentucky Statutes ogiJInst gam lug It Is oxprosslv provided that In any prosecution fur u penalty against gaming It shell bo no exemption for n witness that his testimony niay ii criminate himself but no such mony shall bo used against him In any prosecution except fur false swparlng or peijury So therefore It the Local Option law should bo so amend ed us to ponulUo tho buyer as well as the seller with mho addition to It ap plicable tu gaming tho buyer could In a prosecution against tho seller bo Introduced as u witness and then In turn In a prosecution against the buy where a C essed bell r riTective In tigers ehdtoa co OI Icy any licit cky Un I lid red un IsraelI rut Of ell is tlllit the buyer of liquor Idmmsolfr II toad nL smiI Jested express Judge sod I buyer give argument that Plan For Summer Comfort Dont add the heat of a kitchen fire to time suffici emit discomfort of hot weather Use a New Perfection Wick Blue KlainuOll Cook Stove and cook In comfort With a New Perfection Oil Stove the preparation of daily meals or the big weekly baking is done without raising the tem perature perceptibly above that of any other room Ui in the house I i New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil has a handsome Cabinet Top which gives it every convcn icnce of the modern steel range lies an ample top shelf for warming plates and keeping cooktd food hot drop shelves lor holding small cooking utensils and is even fit ted with racks for towels Made in three sizes and can be had with or without Cabinet Top Haselden Bros I I H i I j I j ri I ri I I C I t I Z S flflflZflZfl IIE aCook Stove b ri ri iu T1rrri1in7 t A tSy3itCit2ir9tr er time seller could be introduced against the buyer This would be an easy task for the legislature and by time enactment of such law the guilt of both parties to an Illegal transact ion could be legally shown IV If I may be allowed to Indulge a reasonable conjecture based on cer tain trials which have recently taken place In police court of Stanford and also on the common Observation of many people In the community I would surmise that Judge Owsloy may have some Interest other than a patriotic coiSlderntlon of time public welfare whlchcotistralns his oppo slllon to u penalty against the of tiller whiskey A pointed reference to this Interest was made by me In his presence at our Joint discussion and will ue adverted to moro specifically In the speeches I propose to deliver In lioylo and oth er counties Questions of legislative policy are not tit subjects fur consideration In a contest Judicial inas much us they have been Injected by Judge Owsley Into this canvass more particularly In his talks i resolved to declare my own views publicly Referring to declaration that he lies option In Lincoln county I will not deny U for I do not I have equal ly goad for saying that when ho vas with an abject apology and explanation lo a who held and yet holds his personal obligation for about for whiskey which Judge Owslcy had purchased from him by tho drink It IB no uncommon thing for people not over astute who aro seeking some personal preferment from tho public to become sudden advocates of an at tractive mural sentiment There Is nevertheless a distrust of the of ono who preaches morality and practices Immorality of tho sincerity of tho rampant temperance man who votes dry at tho polls and retires to his uftlce timid votes wet out of his bot tle There Is also a distrust of ono whoso reformation It It basal all oc curred Is coincident with Ins candid acy for ofllco It may bo that one may Jump Immediately from time swine trough to u feast of tho fatted calf but when It comes to the point of credentials for apostleship 1 It that the people would prefer that ho should tarry a while at Jer usalem to wait for power from on VhighJudge Owsley but recently accept ed my Invitation to n series of Joint discussions In Uarrard county but utter ono meeting for some reason unknown to mo ho abandoned them and made conflicting appointments for himself In Mercer county to which I urn not Invited amid beside published ills screed In thou to which tills Is hut n partial respouso I pro P o to give anyone who may feel sulllclently Interested an opportun ity to hear my views In a series of public speeches to bo yet delivered mind I again respectfully Invite Judge Owsioy lo bo present assuring him I will grant an equal division of 0 No Service at Baptist Church Since announcing that wo would Imvo services on Sunday evening May 10th 1 have decided to stay over Bun they at tho Southern ItaptUt Convep lion at LouUvllie and wilt not till that appointment 0P Hush Vaster purchaser for a utlice but ortrcpen ed prI- vate boa8t111 auto rl y did st 20000 Y Inns voted fur local ku wBut t saloonkeeper sincerity seeking timer SAUFLI g Mrs II A I Marksbury and family j are much grieved over tho death of ft their Hrurcr which ft on Sunday morning Tho city authorities screenings on tho rocks spread ft on the streets This Is a much needed ft Improvement and the public In f thank them A freeze on Saturday night was very i at this season Vegetables t that were up being destroyed and Ico I of on Inch thick being found Sun day morning j Taxation j Judge A D Ford appointed time lowing committee to go before tho Supervisor at Frankfort to show cause why time 10 per cent raise of town In Lancaster should be removed W II Mason L L Walker and Oco Allen They performed their duty well but n report has not been receiv ed as to the result of their meeting Rothwell Mr Gideon B Rothwell near Car lersvlllc died Wednesday of a compll cation of diseases Tho burial took place Thursday at Manse The de ceased was 73 years of age well known and highly respected In the community He was a brother of S D Rothwell and a father of Mrs Chas Balcrleln of this city Important Notice 1st Time city has a and all running at large bo promptly tak 2nd The t on d6gs must be May 1st will be taken up I and killed S 3rd All bo moved out of time llmltfl by May 1st and hog I pens cleaned fp This notice will bo strictly enforced 4232t L E Herron Marshal pet dog occurred r nro lnlf unusual r t J I J and rn up 1 x r imo s ust j I recently I general I T fob t property i I en t stoc will a til fi hurries Driving Wagons Phaetons Buggies I 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 1 t PRICE 6000 To Tobacco Growers If you expect a good crop of Tobacco buy a Bemis Transplantert- o set out your plants The plants start quicker and can be cultivated easier and mature earlier than by hand This is the best Transplanter on the market Sold by v WJ RomansLancaster Kentucky r4 t r CENTRAL RECORD 1S8PBD WKKKtY YKAtl F S HUGHES EdrPubr Knttrtil altl foil 0flit I xintniftr ai flrtomlPMii JMfl Unlltr Member Ky Prose Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky May 7 1009 Rates For Political Announcements For 1riclnct and City Unices 1 Fur County Oillccs 1000 District Oniees lfi00 fur Culls per 10 For Cards per lute 10 For all publication In I he lullr est of Individuals ixptesslon of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 01 1od A It and 00 State and flue I to a- r1 r a l b Fu f Democratic Ticket For Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Hardln For State Senator R L Hubble For Circuit Clerk W B Mason our County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E U iblnson Fur County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Miss Jen nie Higgins For Jailer Jack Adams For Aksessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District Mo 2 J II Dunn Fur Magistrate District No 1 J P Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic of the 13th Judicial District I candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of this district I pre fer a primary election M 0 SAUKLEV We are authorized io announce lion Chat A Hardm of liurrodsburg as a candidate for remmilimtion for the uRIce of Commonwealth Attorney for the 13 h Judicial District tho action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce lion John Sam as a candidate for tho nomination for circuit Judge of thus the 13Mi district subject to the action of the Democratic Party lIon Harvey Helm delivered one of the strongest speeches made In Con gress against the Payne Tariff bill lIe did not favor a single feature of the bill and In this as In everything else proved himself to be In favor of the best Interests of the people and as ever In line with true democratic principles We quote the following from his speech and only regret that we can not use It all The right to tax Is the right to destroy and by tax ation you have exercised wellnigh to the limit this right to destroy the property of the peopla All efforts on this side to check or curb the placing of this Intolerable burden upon the people Is met with derision and sneers The businesslike procedure under such circumstances would be to reduce ex pendltures to at least meet existing revenue not to Increase taxation for more lavish expenditures When lion Chas A Harden Com monwealth Attorney announced his candidacy fur the nomination again we mentioned his superior qualifica tions his honor and Integrity and we would have pledged this to sup port him then had It nut been fur the rule In journalism or newspaper eth which forbldsan expression Indois tog any candidate before the nomina tion We will adhere strictly to this rule though personally we were al ways fur Charley and since he Is now the nominee we place him at top of tr It Superintendent I I t t tot l J r 1 j H J t1 r S paper 1 of t t p i i 1 ama t kj it tt k a J i a1 try 0 i Ira 4 tlioll nt nominees and pledge tho cnrnctit anti hearty support of tho llicont In him M well tii to each Out Rpletulld county ticket uil In tofcrcnco to the nice fur nudge but no now tattler will be published In tho Issue text preceding the prl mary as It could be answered b candidate Ill tho dult of every democrat to KU to tlo polls on tho IS and vote for his chulco for Judge and then If his man Is not no initiated support tho winner and the entire ticket prcjcntlnn u solid and Invincible column which will scatter terror and dismay In the camp of the enemy The tree and unlimited use of the pardoning power by n partisan Governor anti the oppressive tariff bill advocated by a llcpubllcan Kresi uliould encourage Democrats and prove the expression Imlli crush ed to earth will Gil W P Walton ono of the best editors In for many years able and fearless always on the side of right and Justice advocating the general welfare and abovo all a strung champion of Democratic prin ciples has sold the Kentucky State Journal to James L Newman a well known newspaper man The editori al department of the paper will bo conducted by Guy J 0 W Beckham who Is altogether able to edit any pa per and who will dish out hot Dem ocratlc doctrine yet the fraternity regrets to lIve up an old tried horse who has given such long and valuable service We hope however that he will and let back In tho harness To the many guests speculations opinions surmises and prognostlca lions as to what will be the policy of the Journal under Its new manage ment we have for the present this definite and specific answer to make It will be a Democratic newspaper fighting the battles of that party the best It can not for the sake of putting In office one set of men over another set of men nor for the sake of even Ing up some old scores but because It believes that the triumph and as cendency of Democratic principles means the greatest amount of good to the stoutest number Kentucky State Journal The reckless murder of Armenians and Missionaries In Turkey should be stopped If all the nations are required to combine against It The English Consul very appropriately forced a temporary cessation ol hostilities The Tariff revision Is up and not down and the protected Interests are favored over the consumer An In come or direct tax for revenue Is the only relief for the people Again we announce that no contri button will be published without a real signature unless a responsible person voucles for the authenticity of the article We will not violate this olb rule To Increase Avoirdupois Among many peoples fat Is consid ered a sign of beauty and should this not come naturally artificial means are resorted to In Egypt the women burn and grind up black beetles and mix them with beef fat sesame oil and niuffeta This mixture Is boiled together and a cupful of the liquor taken dally by women desirous of get tlng In England In the middle ages the ladles used tho fat of the lizard when desirous of becoming stout Wont Slight A Good Friend j If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to declares Mrs A L Alley of heals Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing Its excel lent results In in own family and others 1 am convinced It Is the best medicine made for Coughs Colds and lung trouble Every one who tries It feels just that way Relief Is felt at once and Its quick cure surprises you Fur Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LttGrlppe Sore Throat pain In chest or lungs Its supreme COc and 1100 Trial bottle tree Guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m umulnee lit Cullll1llllllclIUUIIS have pubilsh n t the oilier Rllaln the State graze awhile I J r bean con rise T fat gets COMMUNICATION TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AH there ItO so maiiy fatso reports circulated about Judge J S Owsloy Jr wo tcmpercncQDcmocratfl lode pendent or tho rulSaloon League send out this circular letter to correct them and copy from tho Advocate Brief sketch Sam Ows toy of Lincoln County who Is making remarkable In his raco for the Circuit In this tho District He will a close canvas of Bo lt County this wosk where he has strong backers The race for the for Judge Is now on Inter est Is being developed The friends Judge Offsley aro actively engaged and seem confident ho will be tho choice of a majority of the Democrats of Boyle county Judge Owsley comes to Boyle this week to canvass the county Ho was appointed to the oRlce of County Judge of Lincoln county by Gov Bcckham to till tue vacancy caus ed by the death lute Judge Richard Warren Ho so acceptably discharged the duties of that that the Democracy of Lincoln county gave him the domination for County Judge opposition and after a vigorous he defeated his Re publican opponent by a good majority lie held lie olllco of Common wealths Attorney of this District for two terms and performed his duties faithfully and with exceptional ability lie Is now County Judge of Lincoln and aspires to the Circuit Judgshlp for which he Is well and admirably qualifiedThe of Clark Harbersob aro much gratified to learn that Judge Owsley will make him Master Com missioner If elected to tho Judgeship Judge Owsley Is known to have always voted for local option and It Is claimed the temperance Democrats will stand solidly behind him in his light for the nomination This ques tion has become the supremo and ab sorbing Issue In this and other of the State and the people want to be advised as to tho views of all candidates who offer for oRlce They want to know whether they are placing tho machinery of our govern ment In the hands of those who favcr or In the hands of those who approve their views on this subject It might be well to state that at east two of the counties of this District will soon vote again on local optjbn The peopleof Boyle County have for years had local optionand Judge Ows leys position on this question him an exceeding acceptable and formidable candidate We copy ailettef from the Pastor of the Presbyterian Church April 27 1900 Rev T W Barker Stanford Ky Dear Brother Barker In answer to your enquiry In regard to Judge Sam Owsley 1 am glad to state that he united with my church the first of last January and has that time lived a consistent life Fraternally Yours J L Yandell Pastor of Presbyterian Church We also copy Judge J S Owsleys letter to the League StanfordKy April 3 1000 To the Members hf The Anti Sa loon League of Lincoln County Dear Sirs your of April 2 1000 enclosing copies of the proposed County Unit Bill and AntiBlind Tiger Dill me to answer you as toon as stating wheth er or I am In favor of these bills becoming dawn Just been receiv ed j In reply will state I am In favor pf both bills becctnjjng laws and In favor of all other legislation necessary to enforce local option I have never failed to vote for local option that question been submitt ed to a vote of tho people Yours very truly- J S Owsloy Jr You see Mr Owsley takes a positive loA lit des rte tip Thirteenth 111 C I e Circuit t of the I t nice districts Stanford Ky AntiS letter possible as r rr rr iii many nomination cane make s Christian uon not has whenever Maid 116 al ways been In favor ut Option All t lint MA been ildnbout hint helngdfunkftliicdhfljilnrdlliocliurch In false Woliavo ovory charge wu heard of and tutu them all false ItJA not question of landing because wo In bo hove that ho Ys sincere Vvo appeal to all Temperance Deiitucrals lie careful tnnkoa mistake If Mr Ow loy Is In means a victory for If ho be defeated a victory for the liquor party Many Temperance Democrats In dependent the AntiSaloon From the Unseen World Voices unheard by the outer ear speak to the soul presences unseen by the eo are yet felt Riving their sympathy and stimulus Lillian log How Atchison Girls Find Thing Every time a girl wants to find any thing In her top bureau drawer site gets a stick and ultra up everything In tho drawer round and round If what she Is looking for doesnt come to tho surface then she is satisfied It Isnt there Atchison Globe Citizens National Bank- No 289P OF Close of Business April 28 1909 J nKSOUKCKS and llncoiltlll M- Otcrilr li secured mid uniecaretly K3 m U 8 Iloudi to urcurt 50WO 00 lloiut frcnrlllrt etc J inu uo- Hmiklng lioinrliiriillntt iiinjlne io 00 Due from Nations llniiki not 4 Dno from Note Dink and M Hue from ti rorearn rrem iU 67811 II Chrckiaud other c ib llruli IM M Notes of other National lllukt HIS W Fractional ar curreucj tfiekelt amlointii J LAWFUL MossY RUtNVK IKIllKK vatr 37 M note T 4 BIS 00 Redemption rand urer lr ant f circulation 00 IlCapital ilock paid I fund V00000 UOUOOO isles t ald L U7IJ n 00Duelo8ial Hanker MUM Indlridnal IMIWN M Keierved i IWJKJ KKNTl OrtlJtRBtlD I II F above named bank do loletnnljr ki ear that the above ttc Subscribed and sworn to before me Ibis Xlb day of April 1909 Uro Smith Jr Notarr Public CORKICT Attent C A AINOLU J JWAIKH I Directors IJUWALKIR j REPORT OF THE CONDITION BANK No 1103 OF LANCASTER KV AT Tie Close of 28 1909 Overdrafm aecured 81 UB Roust to vcure MUOO 00 lloud securities etc wn i 7UVOOO Dutfrtni Natlouallaqkiiolrc crve UCISW- DnefroiiiaiiVroviKlretrrveateiiK 41 n Check and qth r I II Note of National Dank S73S 00 rcurrcucynlck lct 70 VI LAWFUL Motor luixv IN lum Till I Specie 1 1 J4SiO 8JO 00 13465 Oil Redemption U H Treat urer IlAIllUTIEa Capital itock baUt In 0000 00 f mid Undivided laze paid I5OT1 21 National hank Note 4nu no Due to Other National 14 JM 18 Due to State Ranks and lInen S3 U Individual deposits iiibject to check IJOilM l 7 Keterred for Taxes 2177 00 Total t8ualin W- STATiqrKlNTlCKYCOCNTYOraARKARDfi I 8 O DiNNr Cashier of the above named bank do olemnly swear that the statement I true to t of knowledge Cashier Subscribed and worn lo before me this ltd W O KluueirNotarrVubllo Mjr Commission eiplre FeltVO 190 COKRICT Attest W I WILIUMI J U HILL Directors ALtx R DIMMT I I I lit the Local In stIgated h I what oy all boot ho We ate hay filth hllll du IIUt nQllllliat d Peal e Democrats I Dengue I Will LANCASTER AT ran IPIAA e nil A Irlln 11II1n U as I l21 00 2 UmtT Y8 Uu hided enn and one del locheet Tue TOtAL IH Sun or AUNTY bier of andbelief rAT ION A l Bnsinen Apr RSOU OE8 loan and dleoulIII J toM C ellM r Ftaetloua tletlnn Total t 1000000 pro and belief 1W0 I I r a has ve Mr Ow what is now e and ra It nears v ICY lan 1 O Specie 141 TOTAL proats lee itaukl end oltu 31179 111 Iludson the ocTlla IH5063 and ueeurrd Itauktne house fnrcln eandfztnres item I Legd tender notes Fund Ith cure 250000 JI7y9dISVJ sleu expense and lank pas au day of May TxvmC OFFICIAL GALL Tim Democratic In mid for the Thirteenth DlntMct of Kentucky met pursuant to tho call of fj at tlm of llco of Chcimiilt In Danville County on Tuesday March 23 1000 lit 2iv in nod I inciii bcrs were mooting called b Clmlrtimn Penny Chairman am ouccd that tin election or u Hecrctar Committee was In order and Miunaiill sits duly nominal and elected Secretary of said Mr then mroduci I the following resolu LIons which unanimously adopt 1 A primary election Is ed to In the several precincts of Lincoln CotiiillcN botwvcn On in slid 4 p in on Saturday lit linni for nominating Demo cratic the unices of Cir cUlt Judge and Commonwealths At In and for tho Thirteenth Judl clot District of Kentucky to ho voted fur at the election UKW 2 All Democrats who arc legal voters shall bo entitled to vote In said primary election and are requested to do so 3 person who desires to bo a candidate fur the Democratic nomina tion for Circuit Judge or Common wealths Attorney shall nut later than April 30 10011 give notice of such In tention In writing to 0 L Penny Chairman of District of tho Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates fur the nomination for Circuit Judge shall at the time of giving said notice do ponl t with the aforesaid chairman the KUIII of WOO and candidates fur the nomina tlun for Commonwealths Attorney shall at the time of giving deposit with tho chairman fK lSald District Committee shall meet at tlio Mllceuf the In Danville Kentucky on Wednesday expiration A the time flxtd by section 3 hereof ro be nut niOro than one candidate fir Circuit Judge or Cum monwealth Attorney who lots with t 10 conditions of Section 3 then the Co nmlltco 4 declare to be the nominee for the milco sought person who lho only candidate and tliin of the already accrued from advertising and preparing for tho eke tlon 6 The shall bo opened In each and every precinct of all the counties tho aforesaid In the usual and regular voting places fl the closing of the polls tliu officers shall to count the bal low and to make returns and In so du Ing shall be governed by tho provisions of the general election laws and the returns shall be mada to tho chairmen of the counties In the who will deliver the stubbooks the certificates and questioned ballots to this Committee jfllcera of election shall IMS selected from lists to be offered the candidates In accordance with tho provisions of the primary election law committee 8 Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notice to the chairman of each county committee In the district not than lire days May 1000 tile prune of one person for In each county to act as and In spector for said candidate at said prim ary eleztlon 0 On the next day after the returns shall have been the committee and Issue certificate1 of nominal Ion 10 The chairman of the district Is directed to employ rf competent to copy registration books made In Danville and Harrodk burg In mines of all Demo crats and tho person so employed shall return the as by law to chairman who shall ofilcers or chairman Is further to cause lo be print ed and prepa ed for use and kind of which shall bear tl tae simile of signa ture and ho Kill procure the necessary election supplies cause to gether wlch the to bo deliver ed to the ofilcers of election as re quired by law 11 Tho chairman will cause copies hereof certified by himself secretary of tho committee to be at the court house door In Stanford Lancaster Danville and Harrodsburg and In twenty other conspicuous places In each county In district tit not than forty days prior to May Ifilh 1009 and nald notice be Inmch Dem ocratlc In the District Committee on motion then adjourned 0 L Pcnfijr Chairman Chcnault Htigircly Secretary By Poor RIchard Laziness drives so slowly that pov soon overtakes him Frankllu littee JI I tin holy Kent pas eat Nnld Ir r said II ugueiy r Con IllIee ero led MIt r Ii May 61110 at mt UIO nt the t complied III entrancec ts 7The each shall meet and rallWI the 10OS co t U tlem t h duly delivered to tile ei Oll dlrec tit the ballots newspaper 8111 or Cull Ielnl true tour voting candidates 2 polls distract before challenger yule cart it ler cause less arty Stop Look Listen We are now nulling in n full stock of It will be of Interest to you to tall and see our stock aunt get prices before you build Hint tobacco lwnt or lifllisd We also handle BRICK SAND AND COAL We earnestly solicit your ltiiiliicH for Anything In our line SANDERS SCHOOLER Depot Street InncisUr Ky o r d 1 T J y a r AAMI111 elM 1 r atBrla r LZjlt OTANDAnOIItO 7 For All Live StockCAGY AND USE KILLS MCn TICHS FLEAS MITIvS CURES MNOT ianRINUWOKM sciiATcni ii wsinoYs nisnxstJ- LUMS AM lIUi AWAY ILIKS EFFIiCTIVn INEJCPENSIVE j THE IDEAL DIP BAre TO j j NON IRRITATINC R E McRoberls ASK roe men noo LCTO IwuLl 1 IT National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A It DENY Irctldtst j B STOKMES fleet S C IIENXV Cashier J F Robinson AMt Uanhr It T Kmbry Iliiokkropor IIIUKCTOIIS Saml D Cochran Alex It Ominr A C Hnblnson John B Shrines S 0 x Denny J VI Wllilnmi THE Vice L Gill Wo offer you fair treat mont with every accom modal ion that is consistent with conservative Hanking Deposit Boies hrSafety alp We Solicit Yoar Buslu ss X your Tobacco Barns with BEAZLEY HASELDEN as they will Insure your Tobacco shoo Office National Bunk or Lancaster Phone L Woods Ircil U C Fish Vl Irtil W C Kcmpcr PEOPLES BANK Paint lick INCOIUOKATKO S eI TI V I j I z U fir- E Cashier OAMTMn l6oaouo SURPLUS 900000 M CUT ILL ARNOLD KOaUVN J8 HUKIIOWB n WOODS K WOODS WU K181I V WYKN iJI I I IiII COrDHMl Our Fully Protected by hdelity and CatualityCustomers tie Insurance RMMM From mousiness Sale We are closing out our complete stock of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods by a great tlat now in need of at absolutely cost prices We carry high grade goods irll lines and can showy you a large assortment of y Come over and we can fit you out from head to foot and make the trip pay you Respectfully E M SPARKS CO 7 flSrBWSTJ If 1 t f 1 Olearanc Sale COMMEN ING hursdaY y 6th l and continuing until ev ry article is sold tieres y urI hones to buy g dS I i I Clothing such as Hart Schaffner Marx and Spinsheimers best grades V I Ky t III Retiring Aw- iv vv ovs wmaoara Ma s 1 you are it- I Nacho 1 asville IV r r YVV AA VVYk V AI I IIAI I YItIs fi WtNt Free N1WM YV4N Hi11 W Free vI 8 BII SAVE GOLD STAMPS and furnish your liumo absoluloly Free with Numerous Useful niut Ornamental Articles They cust you nothing and can bu secured with every lOu pur clwso at the following stores Ask fur them H T Logan Clothing and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions Gill Simpson Groceries R E McRoberts Druggist y Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery- M K Denny Dentist T S Elkin Son Meats and Fish Call ut any store nbovc in Jtitloiicd nml secure n say IIIR hook containing t on worth of COM STAMPS start saving them today Sunjilvs of premiums can lie scon nt the Joseph Mercantile Cos store Hunks pay Interest on what you save Gold Stamps eMU ptcinitiins to beautify your Jjojnc on money you have got to spend Trade only with who give you STAMPS l 11I Fiee Free1 II r brae and i ml chants GOLD J J WALKKU JOIINHON Vice Pros t OKUANIZI2I 8Hj The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Or IANCA8THK KY CAPITOL 50000 SURPLUS tsooo U R HUDSON Cashier W 0 KIIINRV AWlCaHiir 0 1 WALK Kit Hookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention numerous J S Johnson U F Hi don J J Walker T M Anuiirl AUx Olhbi Lows L Wiilknr t JrQIVlllT w t J S I t C A Amnili vvr1 Irevldent G The WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest prico paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS lOots Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber II line of Harness Buggies 1- Deoring Binders and Mowers fii bull line of American NViro Police any height r Tinware Hardware Woodenware lino of ton lootU special price hy dozen mum j case A lot of loud Luinhor I BECKER I 1WYANTSVIM KY PhoiiisHlBTandaTOA IIIf oI Jm II NortllGutt rlEi1m I 11 i t I Iii Ilijl Large 1m- 1m rn- If iii 1IIII lIolnllrllI I 1 Ballad II o J r i L HI m- Up 1o date r j- r Q IS fdFarouo a 1 1 k i IE a I l- fAl ti I r lo d Mrs Mary Turner U very low of tu bnrculosc Mr and Mrs John lucks entertain ed u number of friends und relatives at dinner Suiiduy Mr Tlinrmun Tudor of Spoonsvllle Wilt HU unlay night with Mrs Roy mund llurchull and Smitlay with Mrs Mury Lee anti fumlly Mr lolin Maston a cow of Mr Fouler at 815 Mr Willie Turner died at his homo uu Sugar Creuk of tuberculosis Ho Id bed but a short tlmo and dlnl at 4 oclock Wednesdi morning Ho was 32 years of age and leaves a wife fuiir children and a number of sisters to mourn their loss Ho was burled In the Buckeye burying ground MlkH Georgia Maston died at her homo near llucKnynof bronchial pneu aqua Hho shun followed her rather who hall passed away just live days before sue died years of tgp belonged to the Buckeye Baptist church Sho leaves two sisters a mother and brother to mourn her loss The community extends their deepest lyinputhy to the bereaved family She was hurled itt Chapel Enollih ai London Speaks It Wlint U tho good of English whoa wo speak It M badly that Is not worth iponklng at all and when a tin Cockney girl will tell you that I llluya iilmod Jlno pllno London NOWB Clota to Nature For apnea Ida lilcmd khiRdom was Hrit futnhllslicd In tho green Jleldi by lima lakeside with humblo Hihcr nun for Ita tho easiest way Into It tenth over boon through the wicket giitu of n lowly and grateful fellowship with nuturo Henry Dyko AND CURE THE Dr King New won nut She was J Jlno Keep subjects Van KILL THE COUCH LUNC WITH Disco r had- e Ilr lib FOR c rM m IslesAND ALL THROAT OUA ANTKEU BATIiVA OR MONKY BE UNDKD U McUoberta Drug Store AND lUNI TROUIiILEI J li A BALL GAME InUrtttlng Aooount At It Wt Sun by the Grocery Keeper Tho game opened Molniwciint tho stick Hmallpox was catchhitf Was In tho box and had plenty of smoke Hum was playing at and Fiddle was playing at BCCOIK base Corn way In tho hold and Apple was umpire When Ax same to line bal lio chopped and Cigar let llrlck walk and fJuwduit Illlod tho buut Hontf made a hit and Twenty mado n score Every foot of WM and Raid Apple was rotten Then Cherry tried It but was a wild one When Spider caught tho fly the crowd cheered Old Ico n the game went on until ho was hit by a pitched ball and ymi ought to havo teen Ico scream Cabbage had a good kept quiet Old Grass ered lots of ground In thin Held Or Kan refused to play BO Dread loafed and put him out In tho fifth innltiK Wind began to blow about what ho could do and Hammer began to knock thou Trees began to leave Knife was put out for cutting first base There was lots of betting on the game but when Glass tell they went broke but Soup cleaned up They nil kicked when Light was put out The way they roasted Peanut was a fright Balloon went up In the alt when PRB began to rout The score was 1 to 0 when Apple told Flddlo to take hlx base Oats was shoked Sung made another bit and Trombone made n slide but was put out Meat was at the plate Harrodburg fem ocrat Hid Lost Hope L G Butklns Ky says J had no hopes of saving my onus BB sumo of them could not eat 1 drench cd them with bourbon Hog ChuUvn Remedy and did not lows a hug sale by J R Mount Co CAHTEH8VILLK Mrs Rachel McQuerry ll very sick at this writing Mrs Tucker and grandson of He bron attended the quarterly meeting SundayMrs Lizzie Carter Is Improving slowly Miss Owls Jennings was the guest of Miss Mary Hoop Sunday Mr 0 S Roop was In East Hurnstcd for a few days last week and bough three car loads of barn lumber Thomas Allen and wife have inuyed from Berea to Marksbury- Mr Joe Uolan and Ebb Whitehead have moved their saw mill to Dr Montgomerys farm Mr Aldrldge killed his two tine bird dogs which were bitten by a mad dug Undo Mordlcla Mallard as he was called by everyone died Tuesday nigh and was burled ulCurtersvlllo Wednesday Srhiihrs All Record As an laxative tcnlc and healthbuilder no other pills can with Dr Kings New Lifo Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood strong then the nerves cure Constipation Dyspepsia Illllousnewt Jaundice Headache Chills and Malaria Try them 25o at R E McRubcrta 1m UILES Mr Forest Stapp sold a nice young hursofor 82S Miss Minnie Tester has returned home after a long visit with her broth er of Madison county There will be prayer meeting at Chapel every Thursday night also Sunday School on Sunday evening Lot all of tho parents come out and bring their children Win Gill bought some corn from Wesley Simpson fur 1360 per barrel Forest Stapp was In Lexington last week on business Misses Llzzld Collens and Rtlda were tho charming guests of Misses Annie and Cora Murphey last Sunday Mrs William Burton Is very sick at this writing The recent rains havo checked the progress of farmers to some extent Miss Flora Lee Wyllo visited friends In Madison county last week Mrs Beatrice Amon Is very sick at this writing A Happy Father- Is soon turned to a sad ono If he has to walk the hoar every night with a crying baby Baby Elixir will make the child well soothe Its nerves Induce healthy normal slum ber Best for disordered bowels and sour stomach all need It Pleasant to take sure and safe contains no harmful drugs Prlco 26 und 60 cents per bottle R E Mc Roberts Mutt Had Trouble with Cook A faithful and good servant li a ruin godsend but truly tis a rare bird la the land Martin Luther FINE FA11M IN UAUKAIU COUNTY FOR SALE A blue yr ii arm for on new Iolut end ilx loath ol UccnUr couulnlui too well located lu u i tiUorhood Ulu ol the John Walker tract with a bauiUom new 40 W V H watered cud crk nionlui lirouih- Ti K i out n band balance one and feari from ol aln bearing sin pfuntil raid remit a ori W 0WAUJCK8UntgrdKy p Cigar first I ground kicked kept cool headand Paths compare Warren I McGee lIn Have I sale alluded near mile leo YOIIrOOIlItldoIlOllIeon with In ou44utldiugs pew t never Iwo I liob 11000 pi brio coy putout For cemetery all ruund teethirig babies fine pike Leaven good pail Iwo rlory peruary and good barn tailing prhge day cue Intend looking writ l MONEY AND RELIGION Hr REV A C DIXON D D Pailor CMcaf A Moodf Church thlcai Botno non nro rick liprntuo they urn honest fnilu trlous and Inlolll i Kant Tholr credit make It easy for tliom to acquire wealth Others are Ilku MofteR and KM Jan Tutor And 1ttiil because I their nilislnn In the world In other ranking money Tholr ov rty proves their fnltlifulnoiia In n high Idtml Other men nro rich because they nro illiliniiPKt They have wrecked corporations tho market nail treated mi fairly that thoy might 011 their coffers Other men sire poor bvcauso they re fuse to adopt the tricks of trndn or to enter Into conspiracies to defraud Thoy choose to lose nionty that they nmy save character Tho Illblo says In Pout 818 Thou remember Lord thy God for It li ho that ulvoth power to got wealth Thin talont for snaking money Is thin gift of Ood to be used like other gifts for his glory and money for Cods glory Is BS holy as praying Evil Ways of Money Getting Competition moans war and the ethics of war Is so low that ducoptloi Is a virtue Military men call It slrat esy politicians call It diplomacy hu the Knellsh cull It lying Tho ethics of the battlefield and the political arena lies been transferred to trade so that runny men of bashes do not hesitate to deceive In order to make larger profits A man In nn In qulry meeting declared that he could not bo n Christian because his profs depended upon labeling goods n first class Such a than may make a living but not a life HI builds up a fortune whllo ho tears down his character He Moats hl business while ho drowns his soul for they that will be rich fall Ink temptation nnd a snare and Into man foolish and hurtful limas that drowt men In destruction and perdition 1 Tim 09 Jesus said A munt life not In tho abundance of tho things which ho possessoth 1216 Cleansing Power of Giving The Hlblo again that nru rich In this world that they do good that they bo rich In good works 1 fin C17 nomember time words of the Lord Jesus how he said It IB moro blessed to Give than to receive Acts 035 To Ret and hold Is to become an octopus with tentacles that take In but never elvr off It Is to become a Dead sea with no life Its waters nn ugly blot on landscape the octopus of geog raphy To Rlvu OR wo have re ceived Is to become n Sea of Galilee with pure water full of life n gem of beauty Giving Is a cleansing processMake Money Immortal Tho emphatic message of the Hlblo IB Make your money immortal Lay up for yourselves treasures In heaven Matt C20 Transmute your money which Is seen nnd tern Into character which Is unseen and eternal How can this bo done most effec lively Give scrlpturally Learn what the Hlblo teaches on this subject and do that In Luke 11 12 Jesus paid Yo tltho mint nail rue nUll all manner of herbs nnd pass over Judg mount and the lovo of God these ought yo to have done and not to leave tho other undone Theso ought yo to have done la Christs Indorsement of tho principle of tithing nnd the Chris tian cnn have no higher authority Tho Mosaic law demanded that ono sevenths of tho time and of the Income should be devoted to the Lord and the Gospel never falls short of the law In Its requirements but rather goes beyond It Tho Sermon on the Mount reveals that the Gospel demands of tho Christian more than the law The law says Thou shall not kill but tho Gospel says Thou halt not Kato etc Free Will Offerings Onetenth Is tho minimum while wo should give In freewill offerings as much more na gratitude may prompt Do this every week On the llrst day of the week let every ono of you lay by him In store God hath prospered him 1 Cor 162 Remember that Jesus stood over against tho treasury and watched how they gava The widow gave with thin spirit of loving sacrifice nnd this manner of giving counted for more with Christ than the abundance ot thin wealthyJohn YVosloyg motto was Make all you can save all you can give nil you can If you make and glvo with a vlow of giving your labor Is na religious na your prayers What are you doing this morning asked a neighbor as ho entered a blacksmith shop whllo tho smithy was striking thu lint Iron on tho anvil Preaching tlio Gospel to tho regions beyond wan tho reply an ho struck till Iron n little harder and mnko the sparks fly farther Ami the labor ot this humble teats was transfigured by time glory of a high anti holy motlvo Real Brains Where a woman hat real bruins be able to foul all muii without them New York Kills To Stop The Fiend The worst foe fur 12 yours of John peye of lladwln was a run nlng ulcer He paid doctors over I too without benefit Theo Uuokloiia Ar Salvo killed the ulcer and cured him Cures Favor Sores Hulls Felons I TV 1 llll la Piles Hums Scalds Cures 23p atU K McUoborU 1m A tAf 1trtIIdL poor than cornered rivals hall use con latelh Luke Chargo thorn lit the as to Tress lIch I Suit thrum fur 1 III er the ir c cU f mak- Ing second clasr says most porn ono tenth nlcu Outs M NOVEL GATE THAT NEVER SAGS Mow to Make Gate That Will AI ways Stay In Its Place with Little Work 1 have used thin gate for ninny years hover spent five minutes repairing It Countersink two pieces and pits them together Thou set up two 2x1 pieces two feet higher than tho gate no It can bo raised In winter Mortise And set In between tho crowploceB which uro 12 Inches apart tho hoard n and fasten A cap to top of tho frame Tho gato la 10 feet long 12 feet being for tho gateway p I the sad Unique Gate and four feet for tho weights to bal once It Tho frame Is of 2x4B Cover the end with boards and fill with enough stones to balance It when hung Cover the gate with wire tone ing nnd hang by a chain Put a bolt through time lower part of the frame Into the crossplcco n NEW WAY TO PLANT TREES Proper Manner In Which to Plant Trees to Induce Fresh Root Formation It Is an article of faith among fruit growers that a fruit treo must be planted In properly prepared soil a largo wldo hole the roots carefully spread out In all directions and arranged near tho surface with a slight upward beAring at tlio end Small quantities of the finer soil nro first worked In among tho roots hollow places caused by archlngs In the stouter roots are filled up the re mainder of tho soil Is put In trodden carefully down nnd tho whole left to time compacting Influence of tho rain The tree Is supported by stakes until It Is firmly established Spencer U Pickering with his re cent researches declares that proper treo planting means a small hole roots doubled up anyhow the trees stuck In tho soil thrown In and rammed down as for a gate post With extensive experiments CD per cent show In favor of tho new simple meth od 27 show no difference and 14 per cent show against tho now way Dy whatever criterion tho trees nro gauged tho new method Is said to give bettor results than the orthodox Al though an antagonistic cry has been raised against the revolution theory no practical man has been able to give any reason for the old faith that Is In him beyond the fact that It Is sanctioned by established custom fibrous roots In planting the thing Is to Induce fresh root for mutton and ramming does this more rapidly than the old way USEFUL IMPLEMENT Woodmans Lizard to Be Used In Sawing Poles Economizes Strength and Time A woodmans lizard Is made with a tenfoot pole six or eight Inches through at the largest end Put two legs about u foot from the largest end and then put twp horns halfway down the left side to hold the polo you are sawing This Is tho best bucksaw ramminghAsImpor- tant four tool Useful for Farmer for long poles over used Tho polo you are sawing lays naturally along the lizard and does not take tho com bused strength of yourself and family to hold It down on tho buck as la the caso with the common ones Ground Corn for Hogs Thoitt are conditions and clrcum stances where It Is not advisable to triad tho corn evon through It bo high priced On tho other timid when fit ting hugs for show sale or In high pressure feeding for market tho feed or will consider it advisable to grind tho corn oven though It Is expensive to do BO The feeder knowing those results will use them to suit his own conditions Essential Qualities of Baby Beef Tho feeder who makes yearling 9f baby boer must consider quality typo und condition essential whllo time feeder of catlo should handle the typo of cattlo which can bo bought relatively tho cheapest and bo ready for market at such flume as that particular class ot cattle Is In demand A Living Skeleton Is tho final condition of any child that has worms If U lives Think of hay ng something In your stomach that eats all YOU take as nuurshment Nino tenths of time babies have worms may be yours line lie certain that It has pot by giving Whites Cream Vermifuge It expels all worms and tnnlo tho baby Price 23 cents II K Mo Roberts 1m Yield of Ginger Plantations JamC H Inger raU i about 800V t quud to tbo ioro hilt fur two yeauld Binders 12250 Mowers 4250 S Hay Rakes 2250 g Tobacco Transplanters 50 J Mount Co I i I I Riffi OO iY m ffi mn A A m F as well as fine flavor aiid economy It contains all the nutritious parts of the best wheat none of the worthless Order a Barrell of Ob elisk Flour today Black Bear Coal for cooking Order trial load from BANKS HUDSON THE FOX STUDIO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock Those who come in the fore noon will avoid the afternoon rush Photos finished up in every style at reasonable prices Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO Lancaster Steam Laundry has employed Expert Laundry Force With Many Years ot Emerience Give them u trial They Guarantee Satisfaction I 1 I I J r r r r l J i r THE t I 1 t r K I i Dr II B White Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of tho Langshiro V S College England 1809 Phone No 205 Lancaster Kentucky lewait Iron Cht P lh i r M I MI wood Will IM CINCINNATI O Oin 104 l lit run V li MI1 ini Hf i n4- Ml W Ebb Bentley Cartersvillc Ky ALSO MOMUJJKNT8 Will falrlI ARr In Call t auT 1 Fence 1s5IW4o arc Iaw rMrf nY rda Lee tarm 9r Theres Strength In Obelisk Flour Just received another Car Load Of BUSBIES We handle only first class Buggies such as KauffmanLaPort and Moyer Also a medium 0 L Hammack Paint Lick Kentucky NOTICE POULTRY RAISERS Now U thu time of year to teed your fowls a good tonic Rx 41M4 cures Cholera Gaped Roup Canker and Llmberneolf When fed aa a proven Utlvelt not only keeps them healthy hut makes them lay Price 6U coats No No Pay Guaranteed by our druwUt R MoROUERTS Try It under tho guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry 3123iu 1 I I liner 1 P l I I 11 i r T 7 1 i- a h Cure ti MFLICTIONS OF A BACHELOR The virtues w ore proudest of we practice because we have to A continuation to a sinner Is to feel bow those who condemn him envy him Some of fixings a woman wears where cant nee them are In cue they should A man teen more for be log able In dlicount a note than be would for not having to do It The reason there wilt no fur a woman In the next world li she gets It Here In suffering man A girl who sets out to marry a millionaire Is lucky If sire wind up by getting only her board out of It Husbands are almost Indispensable for lifting things lo the top shelf of closets carving and threatening to whip the children When a man happens to gtiws what the weather turns out to be he wants you to think he could have become m famous scientist It he had made that his profession After a girl accepts a man who un expectedly proposes to her a great disappointment lo her Is she was so excited for fear be would get scared off that she forgot to recite a beautl ful piece of sentiment that she had got ready for him when It happened New York Press WHAT WOMEN FORGET Women sometimes forget That there are two sides to every questionThat are not conducive to a Vere do Vere manner That children are just as suscepti ble to mothering as dogs That there are two essentials her success tact and charm of man nerThat the School for Scandal Is not a recognized educational Institution which her for the School of Life That the hope of every woman lies in one of two directions to make or take a for herself That tho reason they are less con tented than men Is that women mag nlfy their troubles and men pass over the small things they are content to let the little world pass by That her personality her little and graces her faults and foibles are all Instrumental In shaping the of men and that she has only herself to blame or praise for their attitude toward her That It Is good for her to close eyes to all externals at least once every day and soar Quite away Into to come back and be happy for the rest of the hours New York Evening Post A BACHELORS REFLECTIONS Tho poor girl with the mntchraaklrr mother always seems to have an of a little brother to break the You can never tell what a woman la going to do which accounts for the fact that the unexpected happens so often While It Is all right for a woman to help her husband many a girl starts in early by helping her sweetheart to propose Never blame a woman for not her husband to church with her perhaps he has the habit of talking In his sleep A womans Idea of the value of mon ey Is usually limited to the knowledge that It will buy whatever she sets her heart on i When a man Is young he always wants to have his own winds he married then he never has It A man who objected to his wife join ing an Audubon club figured out that It was just an excuse to get u now as her old ono had birds on It NEW DEFINITIONS Truth Is not politeness Bluff Is not insurance Recognition Is not success Generosity Is not promising Sensitiveness U not cowardice Indifference Is not good nature Taste Is not following tho fashion Divorce not a desire for freedom A drama Is not a climax surrounds by stuffed Prosperity Is not owning an auto mobile and owing money Temperament does not mean run Wing oft with another man wife or another womans husband Lincolns Declaration I shall try to correct errors whoa shown to be errors and I shall adopt views as fast as they shall ap year to be true views Lincoln Cures SIcK Turktyt Mr Clinton Woodard Wllmore Ky gayii I cured 1117 lions with your liourbon Holt Cholera Remedy and my wife cured tome ilok turkeys wlttt your Bourbon Poultry Cure They are both splendid rumedlea For gels by J R Mount Co I tI I I the people jW II be I I f r Ir r t I tot fits i air manners oblivionthen Imp engagement t I 1 tak- Ing and bonnet I r ll- E 1 J self reepect purgatory I dozen I i i t a 1 f V s i name e j t I v t 4J t a f h t r N arts gets I fi i 4 y t i lc a figures t I a l new t r t I ti l I i- a 11 t a Mn Mule Orsburnc I pert sick a this writing Mr and Mrs L M Crutchfleld Sunday and Monday with relatives Mewr Jim and Henry Sanders ItyalUvllle were ifuesU of their cou sins A title end Jim Sunders lest Missed Llnnle IrcsUm Katie Mat Dlckcrwjn Pearl Mamie and Nettle Hunter Mr Angle and Jim Sanders spent last Thursday rrry pleasantly with Mr and Mn Llite McMllllon Turn nick wild to V A Lear bunch of hogs at Re Oilr Sander of Paint Lick I the guest of her ulster Mrs tills week Mrs Ida Preston and sister Miss Flora Leo Wiley visited relalvcs It Madlon last Wednesday Miss Katie Mae DIckerson returned home Sunday after spending two weeks with Miss Llnnle Preston Jewell Montgomery and Miss Sherrow visited Mrs Mary and family last Thursday Mr llrack Grow visited his slater Mlu MolllcGrow laslbun day U S Sanders and family spent with Mr and Mrs John lilckt LoydMiss Alice Snyder was the guest her mother Mrs U Sanders Paint Lick Saturday bight Lived 152 tear Win Parr Englands oldest man itiarrltd the third time at 120 worked In the 11 jlds till 132 and lived 20 longer People should be youthful a 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young 1 just like a he writes attAr taxing six buttes of Electric Ulllers For thirty years Kldne trouble made life a burden but Urst bottle of this wonderful mcdlcln cjnylnced me 1 had found the greates cure on Theyre a godsend li weak sickly rundown or old people Try IhemSOj at R E UcRoberts XT IIEUUON Quite a hard storm swept over section last Thursday night and number of large trees were blown downMr and Mm Will Vnnderpool art receiving congratulations saran the ar rival of a ten pound bo on the 24lli lie was christened Samuel Maxwell Mr II R Montgomery sold to Mr Curt Robinson a fat cow at 4c per Ib and bought of Mr AS Dean a cow and calf for 150 Mr G W Thompson sold to Smith of Beuna Vista 15260 Mr Edd Grow bought of Mr Tomllnson a jersey heifer price 140 Mr J E Sherrow is erecting large tobacco barn on his farm at thl place Mrs Lizzie Preston and family ed Friday to the house recently va cated by Mr Delaney Mr Alex Miles was In this H few days ago engaging at 25 per pound Mr and Mrs James Johnson son Howard of High Drldgr ure wit relatives In this vicinity Mr G W Sherrow who hItS beer dangerously III with pneumonia is Im proving slowly Messrs Virgil and John Sherrow o Cincinnati spent part of last week with their father Mr Geo Sherrow Mesdames A S Dean and E Scott spent from Thursday until Sun day with relatives In Jessamine Conn IV Miss Lottie Hamm of Lancaster was with hume folks Sunday Mr J M Vanderpool left Thursday for Fayette county where he will cultivate a cnp of water melons Mr G A Bruce visited his daugh ter Mrs Geogla Gammons In Mercer county Saturday night The Cheap Grocery 17 Ibs Granulated Sugar Ib BestCoflee i 3 cans Corn TomatoesIeas 2 Dest Apricots 21 Best Table Peaches i 3 Ibs Kvapornted Peaches 2 3 Ibs Apples 2 See Our Line of Fanoy Shirts and Hosiery Best Overall Suits i8 No i Work Shirts 4 2 Gallons Oil 2- Hlkhest price paid fur Country Pro luce EGGS nets per dozen UAGAN BROS Lancaster Ky POSTEDTho undomltf nea hereby give warn log to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever at we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice W 8 Ferguson Mrs GUI Clay Sutton W KdPortwood J Y8weenoy- I I Nave II U A mold R L Burton R U ilulan W R Cook Dave Dudderar Richard Borueruor Mir K R Daniels U L Kelley OH Ballew D B Anderson David Tompaon Thos Oweng spent at tlchol lilt of week a Mia Mrs of Judson of of Mar of years fret the lUll this II henry two cows for Henry mo locality woo and F 10 Hvalorated P D J V W urrel W U Anderson John Sander l I s S 5 S I91vv bra Sanders I earl Sanders Sunday 10 ear otd buy ear th ho- I A S 5 g Worth a Thought Why iln the Tin Plate the Metal Mills the Sliinulo f large Factories u e Swan Hriuirt Pebble Top and Yerlbffcl Why do I her tint their on Manufacture Simply be causal they know ready will lat longer cheaper In price and lew expense lo lay and samples W W WITHERS 2HJ E Main si Lexington Ky WOO SEASON 1009 Grant MonicalRe- cord 224 j Trial 218 Full brother to Dr Monical 2091 The President A Or Mason 211 Dr Munson 4209 and Monica 2321 Bay horse foaled 1002 15 hands bight DyOambetta Wilkes 40S9 rec ord 2191 GUAST MONICAL will make the son of 1009 at the stable of L K Rog ers at the Fair Grounds at 120 to In sure a living cult Call on or address R G Evans L K Rogers 423 6t Danville Kentucky III I Luluber Yards and II I Ihr ting Mills 5 i list 2elk seas Shield Every element of both style and quality is to be found in Shield Brand Clothing It appeals most forcibly to those who recognize the importance of there two features and isa reve lation to those who do not As a of business consider Shield Brand in connection with any oth er clothing sold at seven prices within the range of 10 THE LOWEST 20 THE HIGHEST and be guided by the same principles as when making any other investment and you will buy Shield Brand every time R S BROWN Lancaster Ky HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES Tho that cause akin dlseaso must be drawn to tho turfaco of and destroyed a for external use will do will permanently euro every form of I ealu every where Write for sam plo E Medicine Louis For silo at MolltherU Store Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Catalogue H exiqgtpQi Kentucky matter And or CoSt rr 5J5JS Hin meyer Sons It ff the aklt this Drug Fe REPORT SEEING SEA SERPENT Fishermen Residents of a Dry Town Declare They Reptile In the Guy Orlmth James Harvey and three other fishermen who were out In the launch Itela report that when II mites off the coast they sighted a sea serpent 40 feet long with a brown head as big around ai a small barrel and eyes as largo as a mans flit The serpent Is said to have moved head from side to side As a snake does and had a big dorsal fin IB feet back of the head The fishermen say the same monster has been reported within the last few months near the Philippines and along northern coast of this coun tryThey furthermore aver that a heavy sinker which one of the Ova threw at lire sea serpent as the boat was pull tag away from the unsafe neighbor hood was caught In the creatures mouth and spit back with such force as to make a deep dent In the nth box on deck Never saw such a spider said one of the men Just like a young cannon Long Beach Is a dry town Long Beach Cal Dispatch to the New York World HAVE PROPER SELFRESPECT One of the Greatest Mistakes Possible to Mike Is That of Holding Oneself Too Cheap Do not hold yourself too cheap If you do not think well of yourself oth ers are not likely to think much of you You lire usually taken at your own value By this Is not meant a foolish selfconceit but a proper self respectHave a regard for the esteem of those whose opinion Is worth having No one can be admired by all lie who has no enemies may doubt wheth er ho has real friends Try to win the regard of the good and the wise If the foolish take offense by Think too well of yourself to stoop to anything coarse mean or untrue However humble your station In life may be you may think yourself only of that which Is good and true To be genuine puts you on a high level Whatever your purse you may be rich In character Think worthy of the best to which you ran attain Aim for the highest you see and should you tall to reach It you will still be higher than It your aim had been low Day dreams castles In Spain fig ments of the Imagination ah how we laugh at them all nowadays They are good enough for the little ones for the boys and girls perhaps but as for have long ago outgrown them With what gusto we speak of SoandSo as a hardheaded chap a money getter while we dismiss his riyal with a lift of the brows as an Impractical fellow Shame upon us for It tool God give us more dreamers I pray of those whose Inner ere Is free of cataract We need them here In Amer ica today we are too practical a We are young In years but we have fought an aging battle for the supremacy of a great continent We have come up out of the struggle with the rich trophies of victory fast clutched In our calloused hands We have worked desperately hard for them and they are good to look upon but we must have a care now lest we bow down before them In abject fetish worship Charles Francis Read In Smart Set Form Colonies for Tramps Perhaps most tramps havo no to work preferring to cling to their habits of shiftlessness but there are doubtless many men In tho rank who would settle down to the serious task of making money and Improving their condition If they had the proper training The latter may and prob ably be rescued by a term on the farm but tho veteran who has walked rails when no freights were available who has shied at anything savoring of labor who has begged or stolen what food he has obtained can not be reformed lie will go on until the end In his old way a scourge to humanity and a disgrace to civiliza lion Usefulness was never and can never be for him To the extent of the number constituting this class the farm colony will failure Got None Whats a pun father A pun my son Is a play upon words There are three kinds of puns Good ones which you laugh at In different ones which you take no of and bad ones which make you throw something at the punster Cant you make a pun father Of course my wont Now youre thinking about your supper arent youYes father Well In your mind at the presont time That you see Is a play on Here you young rascal what did you throw that wale at me for Thin Sklnnedness The roost unpleasant kind of to meet with writes u reader ls thin sklnnednens The person Is always on the for slights and takes every allusion to himself Ills amour propro must be consulted on every occasion thereby making every one around constrained and unnatural for tear of hurting him He Is a wet blanket everywhere and one cannot help a keeping of relief whenever be leaves Home Chat4 Average Lift of Platt Glass The averago life of n ploco of plat s ton years as shown by plate Insurance records A Smile i a pretty hard tlilntr to accomplhli tier youre blue bilious and nut of Tliero U u sure cure for pf stomach and liver complaint and Hal llerblun In mild yet absolutely IfecUvo In all cases Price CO cents per bottle It E IcRoberU lw Saw Pacific It the pall tt worthy Dreamers uswe people desire will lea He notice lookout glass I aorta al kinds lards yourself more thats upper inost van- Ity thin akinne glass r d Apt Similes Poetry li the flower of literature prose the corn potatoes and meat Satire Is the aiuatdrtls wit the spire and pepper Love letters are the hooey and sugar and letters contain lag remittances apple dumplings TILT TUB MONKY FOIL IN1IHIKST10X Nine Units In ten stomach dcmttgt meats are responsible for Mllow cunt piexlon duI eyes and thin bushy It li the stomach that supplies nourishing blow to the tnu s the nerves and skin If the stomach Is healthy plenty of nutritious matter will be absorbed by the blood If It I nut healthy the ford will ferment and undigested will pass along through the bowels furnishing MI Illllu multi tlnus matter that the blush Lceoinra Impoverished and the glow of health vanishes If you suffer from nervousness suck headache telchlng of gas sour taste In the mouth heaviness after oiling or any other miserable stomach dis turbance you need Mlcna and the ooner you get It the quicker vou will be healthier and happier- It will relieve any dhtrccsed atom ah condition almost Immrdlalcly It will cure If used according to three Lions R E Meltuberta sells It fur M cents a large box and ho thinks enough of It to guarantee ll to cure Indigestion Cares catarrh or back Just 1irntho It In Complete outfit fiOa Sold by U E McR iberts gcf 1f WoJ 11 0 tUB cent 1 nu including Inhaler fl t 11 flYOMEMMIeCfttD LANCASTER Qolored Fait August 12 13 14 09 v RED LEAFChampion show Mnllion ol Kentucky Temple 11111 Stock FunSire of lien Ilur winner f grand rhuinpionnliliv Yew Turk Item Daft winner vliiic ii Militia nrry nildini ibnt won the nmMurncM lassie L tho Kentucky Slnto Fair IIK nnil more show horses and teams than any stallUm In Kcnlticky 25 to Insure a Colt and a Good One Or 1200 Cash at Timo of Sorvlco R E GODDARD Mnrroclsburtf Ky A J I high 4- y i Lady walk Zhu UNBBRIAKBR j Arterial uti Cayity Embalming eseau ocwvc IIlFULL IMOF CASKETS tilt HUKIAI HOliES ALWAYS IM STOCK i I 1 0 SPECIAL NOTIFICATION ft Tremendous Sacrifice Sale THE PUBLIC BENEFITS t i The public ol Lexington and the entire Slate of Kentucky will benefit greatly by K L Marchs big purcbntc of a number of Manufacturers surplus carpets rugs lAce curtains stocks 250000 in all consisting of furniture of every description carpets rugs cttttains draperies stoves refrigerators and household goods K L Much of Lexington Kentucky ecured nineteen car loads of surplus stocks at an unheard of low figure On account of the condition of the money market the innnnlacturcrs had to sell and K L March obtained the stocks At practically his own price K March says that he give the people of Lexington Kentucky nod vicinity the benefit of his great purchase of surplus stocks by giving tIe pros ple the most stupendous and most remarkable SAIU on Furniture Carpets ill nuehold Goods Etc that was ever given III the State of Kentucky The entire stocks right from the inufncturcrs will he sold nt such ridiculously low prices thnt tlitspublic will be amazed This tcnday sale will lie without n question of a doubt the biggest bargnin feast and sale of Furniture and Rugs that was ever given in the South at any time before or that will ever occur here again Commercial Cir cles will be astounded at the tremendous bargains often d It will be a bargain of low prices on good quality Furniture Rugs Ktc thnt will arouse the Kentucky and vicinity from center to circumference It took great nerve and n great outlay of ready cash to buy these large surplus of manufacturers tocks for a city the size of Lexington for as a rule these great snaps arc gobbled up by the large stoics in New York Phila delphia and Chicago but It says there is nothing too good for the people of Ken tucky and vicinity and he to give time public a stupendous sale on the above stocks tlut will be tlii of the entire State and surrounding country for the next ten years to come It will be a premier effort in value giving on Furnitme Rugs Carpets such as the public will long remember as never heretofore have our people been ahle to buy Furniture of every description Carpets Rugs and House Furnishings nt less titan actual wholesale cost of manufacturers K Marchs two big buildings art now closed in order to get these great surplus stocks in readiness for the opening tiny sale and the store will not be open for business until the opening day of the sale which will he WUDNUSDAY MORNING at eight thirty a in MAY 12 This U no ordinary Furniture Sale but one in fact that seldom occurs in any community K L March of Lexington has certainly pre pared for immense crowds of people having already engaged hundreds of extra salespeople in order to wait upon the large crowds attending the sale during this stupendous ten days furniture sacrifice The pjople of Lexington Kentucky and vicinity have never heretofore had an opportunity such sale ns K Marchs Manufacturers Outlet Furniture Sale will afford the public It is an opportunity which comes to you about once In a lifetime Let all who posibly attend this most wonderful bargaingiving event to replenish your homes Remember this sale will lastJfor ten days only Mail orders will be filled same day as received and fricght will be pad on any purchase to your town This great smile posi tively opens WFIINKSDAY morning MAY lath nt KIG1IT THIRTY A M Drop to make your arrangements be in Lexington if possible on the opening day lie sure you find the right place Look for the big green aid white signs 15 L MAICII MANUFACTURINGS OUTLUT FUNlTUlUvSALKhlo and Main street Lexington We would advise early morning selectionsas much ns possible in order to tacilialc the popular hand ling of the immense crowds of who will attend this gigantic futnitute rind mg talc which opens May 12 Wednesday Morning al jo A M Hi here on one of the ten sale days and scene your share of the many bargains offered You cannot afford toniUs this sale at F L Marchs Furniture and Carpet Stores at 340 and Sat West Main Kentucky Remember the and if you value money then accordingly nod you will save many dollars on Furnituic Carpets Rugs Stoves Curtains Draperies nuts your household needs Sale only lasts ten days beginning Wednesday Morning May lath ending Saturday night May IP YOU VALUE MONEY U THEN PREPARE ACCORDINGLY YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE J II I c recent L J 1H Rugs Stoves Refrigerators I people of 4 1 4 pro oscs elk I ofattending nsacrifice I I ran I K 3It K eoplc T Ifcxlngton open lug dale nand i H iI propose Ito DAY Curtains rearth pmakc 1I March aten d everything I 1Vev menJ mre r t S VSV Nye A Butt MiMlon ef nj Oolnjl ty Thou Wt Inlmild In Mrs Marshall K Donny In a vlcllin of th6urlip Ohuijftt Adam IN with liii parent Mr Mf Jaak Adam Mfus evu William IIIIH returned t lierlioiiiu In iiiiriuditburu- MM ftirmiOlnCtiltoii of lUuhmunil U vUltlhK 1 Hush Mlii Mary MOM lias unite to Vll ItamstnifR to visit rolmum- MlM Atllo Dunn of IliynnUvlllc II WnlUr Hi H iliiidic1 LoulHVlllo Mout 11 fow linufs ht homo on Hundny Naiinlo Ilimllnu liiii returned to hci home In Junotion City Uav Tnyloiof Ktnnfunl luti neon with hi friend UovO 1 liuxh- Mr and Mm II C Kjvcrnl days In Loulitvlllo this Mil U LHIrown ofOrcontip Ky lii with her sister Mm U C llrtmn Kitinm IhiNli of Ulchtnonil Is Itcv anil Mrs OI lush A 0 Pnullfiior u Lincoln county U on duty lit Lhu IMitrlmiiue distillery Mf 0 AV Diriiiild In at home f rtim h Vlitll to relatives In Pleasure YllieTlioOjOurrar visited Mrs In Danville Sun tiny JiejU 0 Brown preached nt Juno Ollr und y morning npd ovo nhitfi Mr Robert tWell IKII returned from n icvotul Hioiitlm stay In the VV t- Mlf4 llutle Utility of LliMuIn lias VicM with her ouottu Mls Kalli loe IWnr Mr I M Ixiakny In nt hunt nflor n YIMt in MIN W Caper ton SJr 0 a A Louis rcptwsontlni the A 81 ftf H News wld pldtiMitl cull Tuewluy Mrs TbBinas MoMIIInn Homo from IjWitgvIlle whure ulic wont fur n Master J C llcmrhtH wax One dullnr In Courier Jiurnal literary icoeiiUy iileltf mil Sunday nflumoon nt tin Uhrhllitn ohutcli- Mr liinwR I llnmllton wns oporntrtl fur ippr mlloltis recently Olin llnucH to Improve J Itimlulpli lUrrU of Stanford l Ued his ptirmitttMr surf Mrs K W Hnrrl Sunday Mr Alex wife of Hot Unit FNirU Mis are rrjulclntt oor Mr Samuel HMty of KHIIMIN called pore by Hie leath of hU hlilur MM JaiiiOH N Donny Loulu lluriuldo of Mlilillesboro Is here vhltlnu ln futltfr Judge H A llurnsldu null family Mrs Joint M loft Sunday for n to her Msler Mrs Georue Me ItuJbiirtB of Cdvlnirton- Tho C W II M mot WeditcMlay at lhc Mrs J It Mount on Lcxltmtun sheet MM linrrlott Kleetwm l waS called hitinn mi iicciiiintof the Illness of her mutlier at Hume On O W Simitars loft Thursday for his bmlnoM Indlnnnpulh niter n pleasant visit tu the home talks Mrs Ioiirson and son of llnrrodftburit have boon recent uucsts ofMr JiuncH N Dnitny and Mm Iar arel Dunn has returiicrt frqin A itevoral weeks visit to relative In Henderson Ky toil ClmlliinouKu Dr F II Pierce l a victim of trip imilwui tumble to till his appoint nt the Mothodlht church Sun day D Jones cif Montlccllo Ins joined hU hero fur u visit lo Mm Hullo llurn bide MlKHCH Clara Collier and Alllo Ilias unt8 Imvo been ro visitor of Dr anti MM A S Price limo Mary Walkor tho U DU will incot Monday litter noun ut the homo of MM Hobccea West Mrs Martha Kvans Lusk rotunud to Juiiqljun Jlty with her niece Mm with whom hbo will reside Elder I1 M Tinder was In utleiuN oo lUthu Christian Mudeavor Con vuntlon which met In KUnford lust week Gossip bout t1 r b4 IIIJV the ot larkavllle tlll hero D Mill O Mrs I IrA cek lUellt I 1jl j hiM 1I11I10r t lf llitj I Jam I f- lU Jlllllntl I nt I surtlaul uporallnu I awarded n Thu rune wu0tuuls rnllllulllU 80- I 1 I J f lrnl sand I I tile arrlvul or flee Will j urn If I homo IIr I punt i Margaret rum II m wife uf VrlllJ Ore 11111 II Price Chillier T lIowlllll1 I J o r t eantet r eswbt Are a rbiiIOftdutworxl Y IAINIL 1g o I l wall lml punt Milt the of l I u min I rI coot t I wino girl vii lL aft rnWl L Ill eat and little I rent n l Dl lllor W and E U Walton weru III our oily on Wednesday J V Ourrey and wife if HrtMiklyn N V are wlti hM mother hoping to rrtnvir hN liiiillli InivliiK been III fur KOIIIR time Mm Charles McUiiKln Ims returned I her hnmu In Reward Ohio niter n vIMt to Misses Bertha and Dottle Walker llurnslde Mr nnd Mrs J D lullcy nnd little Rrnnd dnughfcr MUs Lnurn Dunn are lit homo from a visit to Mm James bnyton of Cincinnati Mr John Mount of La 0 ratine spelt a row with his brother J It Mount en roulo to the Kouth to do soino railroad detective work Mrs 0 H Clark anti children of Loxlnulon have returned homo afttr a weeks vslt to her mother Mrs Sam llnurno whii bur been utilto sick Prod llammof left Fri day rill Idaho ho will spend sfvcral inontlm with his brother and probably Invest In some laud In that state JA Joseph attended the I O 0 F banquet at Perryvllln lust week which was In celebration of the out anniversary of the 0 F In tinned Slates The many friend of Mm M Patterson will hear that her condition Is Bomowhnt Improved She has been In Chicago Under the alto of n specialist fur HOIIIO weeks Iluv WrlKlit and Mla Janet lvibul daughter of Mr and Mrs S Walton of WashloKton D C were married Wednesday ning The itr will will be remembered here ns the gifted young duvlno who ounduclcd such a successful revival nt tho IliiptlKl church last summer He was u class in i to of Ilov 0 P Hush at Georgetown and III a Kcnluck ten by hits parenU residing near Itardstvwn Vo are triad to note tho Improve talent of generally there be a few new cases of grip but none reHjteil On Monday nlubt the City Council refund to pass the propped ordinance lu npfnl the ordinance Ualnst pool nMiniH So it Is still unlawful to run a HMI room Card of lhankx to time so kind and cent boreiiveinerft John K West and Family Spoaklna We are requested to announce that lion John Sam Owslry will speak at llrynntsvlllc Krlday night May 7lh at 7utO p m In behalf of his Candida ry fur the luimlnatlon fur Circuit Judge Wo learn that Prof Ilrld es of the LnnciiHtor Schools has been employed toounduct the Iititltutcs In Hlckman lluvle and Garrard count ler a man of superior attainments and tho iilnve counties never had better scr vice than they will receive from him New Sod Fountain Mr Fred P Is Indeed n beaut v In that It bears n striking resemblance to city stores A hatdsomo now fountain has boon added nl which Mr Frlshlo ex peels to serve as many as IK different drinks I have just received another lot of bountiful stampliiK patturnn fur Fancy Embroidery work rfhlrt WaUtH Gen tro Pieces Bells Tics etc stumped at reasonable They are all the latest styles and shapes Hurl makeup very pretty Call and see them Miss Funnlo Wllkon Exchanoed Ov fco t After tho I found that sonipoiuniad through mis lake which had a pair of kid cloys and black muitldr In It and left had a pair of colt Will I will appreciate Information to correct the mistake WJ1I Muse Dryantsvllle Ky Pollard Mm Robert Pollard died suddenly Monday evening of heart trouble at her rcsldcnco on Danville pike funeral was conducted Tuesday after noon by Rev 0 P Hush after which the remains In the Lan caster cemetery 1ho deceased wns US years of niio a highly respecter lady nnd had many friends In the community Lecture Dr Shearing lecture on Tho Heisln nliiKN of tho Drama delivered at tho church Saturday night was u most scholarly discourse mid wns highly enjoyed by thoso who heard it Iheso lectures given by members of rianslvanln University Professom kliould bo heard by n largo number of people Tho next ulven by Shull olfUlio nliiht of May IB Ills subject will bo Luther Burbank anti hits work Let everybody Hear him I where Henley olld J I 0 George be iliad to King 1 lIlt lh the sick Wo destro I expres tr heartbelt aids who were us our re lie Is Frlhblus drug prices bunque uesdl1Y o crcunl UII ono IlIllI be e I days Abner eve College lug its elnlai Thanks rant fur u 0 during store tim suds night Tim woro Intarred Ira Old newspapers fur sale at the Has Dill Stock Company- A number of our heat cltlfconn have HiilBcrlbcd stick the purpose of conktructlnit seats and Improving the have Hall Park RO nn to make the at tcndanU cojnforiablc Part of tummy will bo used topurchaso uniform nnd outfits In general for the Lancaster team which promises to bo a very strung ono having 18 men to select u nlno from This Is an Innocent nmuscmmit and much Interest U being manifested in It A number of good games will bo played during the season good order will bo observed undcvorylhlnK nee essary for convonleco of tho public will be erected on promises F at Ball A very fast game of ball was played Monday afternoon between Lancaster Hull School mind Nlcholasvllle In a score of 7 to C In favor of the homo team Doth teams put up n and much Interest was shown by the spectators rite lino up was Lancaster Itcrron p Histln c Iloblnson Ib Ilurnsldo 2b Schooler 3b Mlllor BS Klunalrd I f Vlcllobcrls cf Uall r f Nlcholasvllle Lear p Caywood o lranau li Ib Evans 2b Grant 3b s a Cook I f McMcck In c I Hayman r t Lancasters battery stuck out 3 men and Nlcholasvlllo 1 Umplro Me Ilobcrts The fourth Annual Inspection of Lancaster Chapter No 56 R A M The fourth annual Inspection of Lancaster Chapter No CO Royal Arch Masons was had at Its lodge room In Lancaster on the evening of May 4th The Inspecting ofllcer was Harry Halley of Cinthlana Grand Klnj of tho Grand Chapter of Kentucky While of course we could not bo pres emit wo aro reliably Informed that Mr Halley at the conclusion of the confer of Royal Atch Decree upon two candidates with Krcalfccllnit and oar nestness addressed tho chapter In which ho said that It was tho finest work ho had ever witnessed and doubted exceedingly If It could bo ex celled by any chapter anywhere There was also present amon time distinguished visitors Gco 0 Lewis of Frankfurt Past Grand Priest of Kentucky who In an address to the Chapter echoed heartily time senti ments expressed by Mr Halley At the conclusion of the work tho Chapter adjourned to meet at the par lots of the Kcngatlau where they were mot by the ladles Invited to par ticipate In and enjoy tho hospitality of tine Chapter at a must bounteously spread feast consisting of seven cours es of tho choices viands At 1030 tho doors of the largo din lug room were thrown open and time companions ladles and Invited guests entered and remained standing nt their places while the Rev 0 P Hush Invoked the blessing of the Great I Am upon that festival uf lor which time guests being seated High Priest W 0 Rlgnov who acted as Toast Master culled upon Captain of Host J M Rothwcll to deliver the address of welcome which was pleasingly and appropriately done making every ono feel to use his own expression that Youre as welcome as the flowers In May Then the substantial part of tho enter taluuicnt and a course after course of tho exquisitely selected and prepared menu was placed before each guest expressions of pleasure and compll mcnl were universal A I the conclusion of the menu the toast Master called upon Companions Halley Collier and Lewi who re sponded suitably to time occasion The whole concluded by closing remarks delivered by Coutpanlin ScrlbcL L Walker who possibly before and may not again though ho speak a week so fittingly arise to tho exigencies of such an occasion Ills effort was a master pieta of expres slon and truo Masonic sentiment At 1230 the assembly adjourned In a happy state of mind to wend their wnys to their several homes each teal Ing that U was an evening well and pleasantly spent shall I put this article about the electrocution City under Current Events Harvard Lampoon Name That Will Live Long Charle Dlckeni was christened Charles John Huffman or HurTham ni It U erroneously entered In tho parish register nut when ho became famous ho dropped the two ChrUtlan names us he desired to be known a plain Charles Dickons a re ipected on hU tombstone in WOlf minster abbey by Ills biographer friend John and by tho setup ulously Accurate Dictionary of Na tional Ulogruphy Upon her hand ho prcsssod his lips Sue said It wasnt right Hut he didnt seem to understand tier hlddon meaning quite I log your pardon thou said he If It was out of place It surely was tho maid replied And then He kissed her face oth ounce for gaud gams Hogs Compan- Ion affair ws CubWhere EdOh ant orator I w n F late Game resulting onto High followed last Business Itoms llnnchlenllros nycjT jjjJdflyttiuUSiuut niirT uros UallouHJCl II iibbard 43021 Scctin bust ran rwamri jnj Mogul sold bvHtiM ldcuUroSr7il lliuoldon Uro cnmmfrctiCU Jiav tlVprlce JytiAlso pcgpfc For Rant Nice rooufcoMn o on cnuc AyHy to IJ C MOtf nlC D PowbUM ifico line lliimbergs nt oust A oriiold frrto notify i can Phone 8 430 U I bavoOpciied a Saw call luml r In quiintlty Dave Wall Papering neatly W Leavlll lime ueo You can ready Hortilnn and ptlceKfroin W Ntlco adcimi t Y Ux5l tho tiurfcli will ItiyB an r at time post otllcc May 8th ol cx Saturday 13021 If you are In Ufe lloollnb tO I Miirlt Withers lIIo makes the pUCe and handles the best 430 tf Having sold l DO able til llniffiln nn nf li into store of my mors to call often W H Ward Notlco To Creditor The nf 1 PUntili TJ Robinson Exar Big Lot Solo at Stanford Ky Hiirtjrday May 22nd 11011 iCLnt tlw5latuCol Tlio I Hill 1C write McCarty Stanford Ky 073t j Wo are prepared to lake regular boarders muted fitinUh tlim nice rooms meal hold Vflr court day lav crowds who will now oblige us by comlnir to our home over limo store W H Ward Lot or Mislaid Policy No 70111 Issued by Time Penn Mutual Life Insurance on ttto of A LeavollxU1ho UmW Application ha1 tho of Sulllo A Lea veil now Sallie I 4206 llrvantsvlllc Ky 1MVANTSV1LLE Hullo Uurke and Master Andrew Hnrko were week end guests of relatives at Junction City Mr H F Jennings of Danville has been visiting his daughter Mrs Sam Haseldcn Mr J Hogan Ballard was In Lex for a short vlslttast week 110 also attended tho S A E danco there Friday night Miss Lllllo Leuvell was nt home for a shorl stay thus week Mr and Mrs Henry Williams of Hurgln spent Sunday with Mr und Mrs J 0 Williams Several from hero attended tho Masonic banquet ut time Kongurlan Tuesday Mrs Josophlno Honor visiting re latives In Jessnmlno this Mr HollU Eiisley und daughter Miss Irouo were in Saturday Mrs Trunk Campholl daughter Evelyn of Danvlllo are the guusts of Mrs William Mr Phillips of was time Miiplln Uiiniliiu Miss Ballard visited Miss Irene Romans last week anti attended rnnntit Inn ivl v fit Mount Tuesday afternoon Lil yulalpjyp tfc t i3thINIV rlhu cUILIltt ort11f1 i1rrniIT fLJ r fur 1illuIJ1I M ti73t tor 1I ho r Ihono JfAJlaLuer roll 673t A It H1tmmltl tad j73 Hat h A old A o Lost pal III sea p e e Irl Mat Gun turn quit y or III aht Chllll1 btu uw fiolerls han III t 2t writ lid llln 4 dl of Iu but than makke cover tub eu nil IJ reSlllencc tl t tugs 17 lUII rtllllltljr btl k houra lot tW ur rul ar titulars Hughes and hy St1Jlo er will p iso roturn UI unllers rr rod COli for II ale net Miss I IIi lOll Is J U gusto time by lime car t 1 1TIlPltoata- 0ashpahWuavgga WIirWatiL- 1dptJiuuauttlunnhagWlll IlonL Sam ot1T Weenntett kuudwelltwtlor Wntwrn- ytHeiltUal day1 uu Alhklnd nf llurgninrrln1htgglea r IcattGleatulluruliLuns amllnfnu ru wnt l3i dmnrnndwlndnwnr or5rler gadSOjb1tlT lh Huwhcatt Water c13U1e1A lce ltetrlgaratulsIlawldenffis them to sail I v ilion ton p eunlunr also nose n ell nhd at s nelln tglassu- udJos roc ti- sti s r I make A a jIpaper quit 81 time be IPiotPalnte w Withers ercol 3t1 if- T c t fur Its i out bl t a 7ruu restaurant III pay tin min I eiitllurt I trcet I win t II dred ph nty of ow c to credi tins on are requcs ed the t Lei cl tin with J- B Colt er nmedl t y v r ed as rc qulred law 6 73t time Florence and go d bed real uud y We iii also serv a ale an t no a c per Ye expect and ublle Cum hi to t tad D Tattle and Misses 1li Shield Every clement of both style and quality is to be found in Shield Brand Clothing It appeals most forcibly to those who recognize the importance of these two features and is a revelation to those who do not As a matter of business consider Shield Brand in connection with any other clothing sold at sev en prices within the range 10 the Lowest 20the Highest and be guided by the same principles as when making any other investment and you will buy Shield Brand every time 5000 Rolls of Wall Paper only Sets Double Roll 50 Rolls Matting 1 2i to 25c a yard Good Roofing Paint 35c gallon Best House Paint 150 gallon Steel Range Stoves cheaper than catalogue houses Dont fail to see them Sanders Hicks Stone Kv and Lovd KY Tantalum Named by Discoverer U U said that KUobeiB the Swedish dlacovorcr of tantalum gave that immo to the motel because of limo tan talUIng aifllcultlea encoun tiered while Investigating It It U only recently that tantalum tine been tained In U stale of purity A single pound of tantalum lultlcoa to furnish 3000 lamps each of 25 candle power of from that ho our CECILIAN PARK DANVIUK KENTUCKY Stallions for Service 1909 Gambetta Wilkes The only stallion living or dead that ever sired 200 or more with records of 230 and better Founder of the greatest family of show and race horses in the world Ills colts won more premiums at the Worlds Columbian Exposition than that of any other sire His dcccndants did the same at the Worlds hair held at St Louis Ills dcccndants arc holed for their gnniuncss and good disposition whether tin the road on time track or in the show ring i Dr Munson 4 years old Race record roStf the champion 4 year old pac ing stallion of 1907 Will stand at 20 to insure a living colt General Brightheart Race record ang Trial in a race 213 trotting Will stand at 20 to insure a living colt Gen Adelle 4 year old Race record 210 trial in a race 207 Will stand at 15 to insure a living colt Dr Munson 208J Gon Brightheart 219 Gon Adello210J are all sons of Gnmbctta Wilkes 219 Mates will be kept at per week at owners rule Mates sold or parted with forfeit insurance and season becomes due For stallion cards and otter information address G C P CECIL Danville Kentucky THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBlvRTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier D V Tin an Asst Cishier R L Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank Just Received CAR OF S Washington Red Cedar Shingles XX CAR OF X Southern PINE Shingles 5 Also Lumber Flooring Ceiling Sand Brick Lime Cement Etc Call and get prices before buying LANCASTER Lancaster Kentucky XXKXXXXXKXXKK OO0OOO0OOOOO The furniture store of Mr J C Robin son deceased will continue business for the present with Qollier as mqnrger who requests that all who are indebted to Mr Robinson will please settle at once that his business may be gotten in better shape Si219 J U t s j I I Luncoster Ky K ij J I OOOOOOOOOC I I I J ll I ItJ I t j r N Y too I i l 000000000000 I I i uww I t For all occasions Funeral Designs Receptions and Weddings given special attention All orders quickly and promptly filled For particulars call phone MISS ALLIE ANDERSONO- rCurrey Davidson Phone 20 Also pattod plants of all kinds at liar roaldanoa next to Graded School 161 a SILVER WOOD I rt ilfsws tGP ip aa p rsNt i tafeluawLiidl t- f H rs Inn nf rat Wood l wt rued t rflj brother of Lady Con tanllne tMU Fwrlil 1Uh auJelghl other VM Wood 227 Son of Knt Wood ftX record tWl sire of Manigcr tm tuck Heart 4sH Addle I 8f and tnolhrri Nut Wood GOO record 2lSi Son of Betmont 01 Sliver Wood lit darn Princes by Vatican l he by DelmontM Vatican dam Hiinblrlonlan 1- 0Kir Wood linfiil record 2271 lit dint yilkrdamo No Woodilf Nora Wood WllkeM tM Nut Wnid GOO record I lit dam hor Wotol IIII Ire l f NutlWllkr i y Urea Nora l Hy taco j tae Win Iunctl dam of Maud S 1OSf JJ W Morrow Graduate Optician Olanei HUed Satisfaction Guaranteed Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE- Sell Paris on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 I Office Hours Office over 8 a m to 12 1 p m to 4 Stormei Drug Store B F Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky M K Denny DENTIST Office over Aruold Millinery H J County Surveyor PHONK s o Office corner Lexington 81 and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Oftlce over Police Court Phone 104 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTBR KENTUCKY m IIOTJSJB Only White Barber r t jff In Town for Danville Steam Laundry North ilde of Public Bqnare HR A B PRICE will practice Enntiatry at his him Itlnhmond ave every Monday std Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts E C Test6urceior to Pr II U Veterinary Surgeon aid Dentist Graduate Olilcagq Veterinary Collryn- Uauvlll IlioutiKI Will be al lluttou liable every court day A PISITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF ZEMO stops and will euro any cue of Dandruff or destroys the dandruff and hair I twill the hair plot 12 W lloso Medicine Co St Louis For afloat Molloberto Drug Store Ask for sample Subscribe for Record Miss TIN LEY jfI INSURANCE r I I oaIp EMO Rive arlch tins scalp dean and healthy For alQ ever hero 0 for am r 1 I WALTER f 3 y Jr LAWYER 4 r a a IiI l R 1 V Agent I 4 J t eoeoooaeoooooeeeevovooI d oeeeeeeeeeeooeeoeef Casey I t f l I f1 j I I f- Y J nil w Wood ihmild mm of greatest aloe In Kentucky tit became he li backed Up by lre and dam of the heal blood tint cm be found All good horn run tack to them fatnlllr of hone Sod became he I oneof trandcil looking 4 year old f ever itr Ite li tV hands high good bone flnr nnlihldack and white fret and broke to harntii hid no work for ipted tint hi can show a itO gilt any time with all around high true action Kachdiy calla more clearly fur true high suit balanced action clear trot and beauty std Silver Wood ha them all and I cant tee why he ilionld not make Kentucky more firoui by get Silver Wood will be kept during the iraton of 19V9 at my stable In Ky and will be permitted to mar at the very low price of IUM to Ininre a living colt I am for took from a dli tane nt reasonable price hat no renponilblllty assured for accident or rucapvi of Hook corn mltted to my carr maYa the horn till 111 and tie II the market his good prepared to ClIff hon dlrcr tall Just tool ian stet erreaO NABOTH JRNAbotliJr1 t rich red Iwy K ear alit niul fall Id hauls lilglutclrfli l l iumiili ii l In a lions of wiudtrful beauty having K lotudraiirr heck Hint fnrr ln n lull He I trrlfd with superb all round action uliil like ll ton nf out Nabclh tic lists great liituril harness and a greater racking In dale of Kentucky I hare a dealer lii fancy hor i toilets year furnishing them foe All the limit In country aril t urn anxlnni to encourage the breeders of liur c to contlniut In twtlrr OHM And K n rally known there I a arelly nt iinod h6r Matiil those oiltable lor the Eastern mat bet bring fancy If the breeder wouU rat lNnmlif rone line they the mares In the right kind of Natiolh Jr beyond all ilouM I a llml will irodnra horses that the market dpman litid for which the tmblls I wllllnx to pa high peter 1 urrha ed thl great oitim i lll in HI a fancy tfice because his li Ire ilyl adios beauty breeding I hal worked 30 ami mile In 110- If like bfgeU like yon can K t therlfht kind of hone by breeding to Nabnlh Jr You note that this Stallion the blood of OM Nnbolh IfambUlnnliii 10 Old Meneliger Chief He George Wllkri Manbrlno Chief Pilot Jr and llarry Clay w IKDtailKK- My Naboth 10016 tll He by Waltlngham SIM of Utltndv andicveral alhrii In the list Watnlnghamby nor Wllkr Old Naboth Ant dun Tlnarl by M enger Durock lort son of llamhtf Ionian Brcoud dIm Item alfterlo Jm Ilowvtl Jr lUmbtvlonUu Third dam Jt fle 8ijr by Harry CUy 4A fourth dam by Liberty of Lance by Amorlran Kell dam by Me Jr by Old MtfigrrCtl t Second dam by Crli Dkvli by lied Third dam Thoroughbred Naboth Jr will b k t a onofliW9almylabI Uncmtcr Ky IMK will be p niirri it the rry low price IJ W to liiinr living colt I m prrpirrd to cue tot tock tram a dlitanco it price but uo reiponiltillltT limned for accldrnl or e eap of toci committed to my cure NOTICRt Natiotli Jr the colt tint won the lieu champion roll alo the site of the wliiurr of the yearling slake t Uncnter Fair IK r tI ntjj h IjIIiI JUo 1 I Sue a gaited Lo tocl the been tat inns that of tit Ioe II liar on both First Chief durlul the tonne of the hoe peril Iii hurlS can not is lib tale price must sires irp hone its Nipped will Wines sire 10 ci Jr hike i the sire slake BURTON LANCASTER KENTUCKY IIVV0 II B IIJ CARDS General News The Tennessee Senate last wetk passed a lilll setting apart unit estab lUhlnit Ileelfoot Lake as a common tUh and same reserve The number of children of school a e In Kentucky p between 0 and 20 years IB 739012 Of these 441377 are enrolled In the public schools and there Is an average dully attendance of 203 GUI The average per capita Is 307 The joint resolution to disfranchise negro voters was adopted by the Flor ida Senate b a vote of 20 to 10 It now sues to the House Beach Htirgls1 motion for trial was overruled In Circuit Court at and sentence was passed An attempt of of Socialists to hold a parade carrying red flags In a small riot In Detroit Two hundred policemen attacked the So cialists tore down their flans tnd ar rested several of them The police destroyed all the banners Camp Clark the Democratic leader of the House In an Interview said that President Taft could not the Aldrich Payne bill and keep faith with the people who elected him Mr Clark said that Mr Taft In es promised tariff revision downward and that It was new evident that the new bill would not on the average re duce Dlnuley rates The center of the great storm which has left death and devastation In Its wake passed through Georgia and reports Indicate that forty or more persons were killed the death list at Buchanan being the largest Later reports from Tennessee Indicate that probably 100 persons were killed In that on Friday Miss Mattle foorbees who lived by herself In Mercer county WitS burned to death Monday The woman was an Invalid and was unable to escape when her home caught ttrp The thlrtyflflli Kentucky Derby was won by Rome Respess Winter green with Miami second and Dr Barkley third Ten horses started The Supreme Court handed down its longezpeted decision In the cases the commodities clause of the Hepburn Interstate commerce act re versing the decision of the lower court which held the section uncon stitutional The construction for which the Government contended however was not sustained the court deciding that a railroad might trans port commodities produced or muted by It provided the road does the commodity at the time of Itsshlp went It was also held that owner ship of stock in the company owning the commodity does not constitute ownership by the railroad The de cision Is expected to make but little change In the connection between the railroads and the anthracite mine Farm and Stock F1 T Parkes of Preachersvllie will castrate your colts on spurt notice 424t Mr J B Iluggln owner of Kimen dorf Farm near Lexington Ky re cenlly sold at auction In France 30 thoroughbreds at an average of 470 Soils of the vegetable nature may be tested with ammonia water Take two glasses place a level of soil In each add water until the glasses are about twothirds full add Id one of the glosses a tablespoonful of diluted ammonm water stir each glass with a dlllerent spoon If utter standing some hours tho liquid In the ono having the ammonia becomes dark brown or black It shows that acid humus U and liming will be very useful Commissioner Itankln advises against tobacco culture and says he will never plant another stalk to sour his rich 110111 but Instead he will stick to darn mid wheat and stuck raising Tobacco destroys the chemicals of the sill from which our succulent Blue grass iprlngs for we are noted The science of farming la dlvervlllca ton and Iris plain that the far fumed and favored Bluegrasa have grown top heavy with the solacing weed luyailon and Us blight l a new Irvine a sign State notown tablespoonful present group resulted his speech Incomplete Involving welch woof The question of profitableness In sleep growing of course takes Into the account both wool and mutton This Is well stated by a sheep grower of Michigan Mr L 0 Reynolds In a recent letter to the Drovers Journal In which he says That the combination of wool and mutton returns more profit to the sheep raiser than the fostering of any one quality Is a selfestablished fact It gives the sheep raiser an opportu nity to receive dlvldendsfrmn his In vestment twice a year and besides Insures a safe profit because of the fact that he Is able to place upon the market two different products f the mutton market Is low the wool pro duels from the Hock generally com mand a good price and vice versa BOUItNE Job Marsce bought a work mule of Noah Marsee of Marksbury price 1110 Mr Q W Sherrow who has been very low of pneumonia for several weeks Is said Improving- F L Clark ought a weanling colt of Henry Tomllnon of Bryantsvllle for S Carpenter sold a cow and calf to Job Marsee for Mr and Mrs Noah Marsee and daughter Lucy Joe of Marksbury spent Sunday with relatives here Miss Bertha Hatnm was with her friend Miss Amanda Joseph near Marksbury several days last week Mrs D B Carpenter and son Mas ter Howard returned Saturday from a visit parents Mr and Mrs McKee Peel of Wilmore Mr and Mrs J C Turner were In HyatUvlllo Monday Mr Virgil Sherrow of Cincinnati and Mrs Wm Morford of Danville who were called to the bedside of their father Mr 0 W Sherrow last week returned home Saturday Mr and Mrs J 11 Turner and Miss Della Mae of Marksbury spent Sun day with Mr Thomns Turner and fam ily Miss Mary Durham of Lebanon U visiting her brother James Durham Commissioners Stile of Land OARRARD CIRCUIT COURT W T Turner IMT vs V S Leavell Deft By virtue of a judgment of the Oar Circuit Court rendered at Its March term 1900 In the above action las Master Commissioner will on MONDAY MAY 24th 1009 between the hours of 10 a 2 to the highest and at the court house door In Lancaster Our described real property On Campbell street city of county and Is the saute real estate wax con veyed to by Robert L Underwood and deed dated 12th day of Nov 1004 and recorded In deed book 20 page 8 uarrurd county clerks office being orig In two lots bu making one boundary but are In two separate lots us folio wit are lots natnber 8 mid 0 In said Bakers addition lot No 8 fronts on the West tilde of Campbell street with the depth of 105 feet running hack to right of way of the K U R lot 7 on the north and lot No 0 on the south and It contains 68 polesLot 0 1 bounded on the east Campbell street on the north by No 8 on tho west by the K 0 R R and on the south lot No 10 said lut having fronted on br CO ft with a depth of lOa ft containing 68 8 also hiss a frontage on Campbell Bt W ft Said lots will bo sold as a whole ard the Is made for the ol realizing Dof tu debt Interest old taut which U approximately on day of sale 20300 Said sale will L made on a credit of six months anij will be required to bond with Master pur chose money barring 6 cent pat per date of sale until tho force anti effect of a judgment which execution may paid at maturity A will also be upon the land void for the payment purchase mopey j M noTIIWELL MaiterOomr Qarrard Circuit Court Robinson Atty for Fur This May 6 1000 J 12000- J 82500 to her f p JO It being county court sell r rard county In he t at Victor t Llav II wlfe II nlow I s to Hand TE MS t e uxec to uya1J1 to the undersigned COlli annual rum llliue J E tube i day If h kJ I 1boC is 1t fair likcuess of Naboth Jr Owutd by Vi tton 1t icier VERDICT 1621 Will make ivaion of U4it my place 4J miles from Ian cater on Poor lloune pike Venllcl li a dark chestnut IJi hand coming ajearold with a much natural rljlo and action a sty stallion living a fine at any mate or gelding you will see combining all the qualllle a lo looki breeding ilyleaudacllon that go to make a great sire and a flrtlclai producer If Iho law of nature repeat lUttlfthil like begets llknltien you line au Ideal ilock bone In Verdict I claim that Verdict carries more of the blood of Old Peavlua suit Waiblngloii llpinnark lhau any hone living at hi breeding will Venllcti career a a show horse ha rarely been equaled winning at a I year old and ai a S yearold itralghl through the Fair Circuit without a break closing hji 3yearold cam paign at the by In hi clai and wit ulng second In for lUllloti any age ihu going agiluit the pick of the aged tlalllon from Kentucky Tcuueiiee end U Inourl In a ring of flf tevn hor Verdict bow career cut short In IKU by only showing at Richmond and Lexington where he won aril In aged italllon In lOOt Verdict had fully recovered from liter making a heavy art at Klrkivlllr where he won the fiCO itake for mare or gel dlnc Uo nut for ilalllon second at Lexington where bo won ant then to llarrodtburg where he won ant In lied talllon tint In Sweepstake 18 entries drat In combined ring and Brut In model ring at Ibl fair Verdict met with an which kept him from golni lo the LonUvlllt lloie Show for which he was being ipeclally prepared under the able iiipcrvlilou of Mat S Cohen Pedigree Verdict r Cato OordolOttibr Black Squirrel 68 by Illek Eagle 71 by Waililngton Denmark M Verdicts dam Jay flied 1014 br Iravlne M 2J dam by Young Diamond he bjr Diamond euinirk M br Washington penmark 61 Cero Mil Itlcnraon Ml lT King Hlcbard he by Peavlne U King IDaro br Im ported Ml Richmond dam Jenny Lynn Ml br ton Denmark 61 You will see that Verdict truce three time to PeavlneU Old Ieavlue and three times to Washington Denmark combining the boo of two ol the greatest show hornri that ever lived TERMS Verdict will be Allowed to Serve Mare at 0 i loulnllio horse wllllllol two nut ties be showed bel all 1011 belled lily unfortunate accident IOU King Wllllim I Oordo dim I Illehard dim thor Stonewall Jackson I bow Show his class was sickness premiums class his illness season how was sired by alt hero 72u by thus 25 To Insure a Living Colt In winch event a Lien I retained on the colt the service fee Care taken to accident but not retponklble ihonldf DJT occur A K WalkerOn Poor House Pike four and one half miles from Lancaster for prevent FARMERS COLUMN MIIMIM IHI OMMHIIO I 0 Space below this I the excln Iva u o our farmer nb crll er and It for the ale of stock and such things on term the farmer cannot alTord lo deer Hie No notice will be accepted over four sod will be only In two li ne of the RECORD free of chilI 1 have 100 barrels of corn for sale G R Speake I have for sale the best Duroo sow In the county 0 n Lcdfora I have 100 barrels of while corn for sale T A Elkln T I have a UrcwnManlln cultivator good as now I will sell cheap Phone 220y have a Duroe male hog subject to register for sale Milt Ward 1 have 0000 2 tout boards foi sale cheap J F Thompson C miles on Crab Orchard pike I have a good 4yearold harness mare sound and gentle fur sale lhone374H Alfred Owens I have a line Poland China male hOI for sale Robert Fur Marksbury Ky Phone 20311 Silver Laced Wyandot eggs for sale 75 cents per 15 Mrs J A Ulce Marksbury Ky A Frog A little girl was avkod to define frog A frog mid with childish volubility la a guest big green bug with Iti mouth always open and Iti always standing up In front and sit ting down behind Boy will bt Boy and are always ueltiDK scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or icaldi pont neglect such things they may result serious K you do Apply Mallards Snow Liniment ac cording to dlrcctloiis rUhl away and U will relieve the pain such trouble Price 25q 50 and II 00 R K MoRotwrU 1m hUlling for at lines hat J W Walker I I a situ meal the eeeeeoeaoeoooeeeeefN grain SHERIFFS SALE OI Land on Execution By virtue tf execution No 170 In fa vor of the Proctor Coal Co utfalnst Jam I urn li K Corder l v led March 11 11KU mid execution No 101 In favor of Kellow Co ajjalnsl Jemima Corder levied luoa tioth of said executions directed to and Issued from ClarkH olllco of Oar rard Circuit Court I or one of my dip mules will on Monday May 21 Riot bi tween the of 10 n m and 2 m bemtr county court Our rard county before life court house door Lancaster K expos for sale to the hltthext bliiflur a cur tain lot of ground and business and house described as follows to wit Being in tile city of IiiinciiRler Oar on Mie S K curieor and wtrcuts on the an the South the property heirs and1 on by Ci street bo Ing lot No 35 on plat of thin of Lancaster containing about i ncre saute property to Jemima Cordcr A Junes mid wife May 18 1007 deed book No 22 Garrard County Clark olllce The said It K Corder being entitled to a lionicHloml in said property of the valiio of 11000 This subject to said homestead and over und above salt homelead realized truss this sale by virtue of execution In hands will bo sold to satisfy said execution or BO much thereof us folluwc FlrstTlio Proctor Coal Co 13302 Scond Kelloifg To 37 50- Tolul debts sold fur I17H2 TKiiMH Sale will bo made on a credit of mouth with bond with security required from purchaser Interest at rule of 0 per annum from of sale pall Bald bond having tho force and of a sale which execution may Issuo If not paid Qlven under hand an sheriff Canard cuunlY this April 21 P A ARNOLD Sheriff Oarrard County Ky The The woman who complained that her husband kept awake nil night neglected to state that wa Insanely Jealous and that the poor man bad A of talking In till sleep Curder surd prll br k dwell hill ther I orll IISt alley m o the ell 111 t 0 per cent Explanation her situ 6th act it rid Campbell lit L Vie audit prig o ID00 1 I XOOOOC XOQOO Lancaster on JUdltn1 pike lit 25 roc llliig II1f rI a Crcat Combined StIllioll 55111 outke the seitsuu of Hatt tai J N Deuuy facto J nits front it I1un- 1D1INNY BROTI IE RS tet Stonewall Jackson Jr This flue black italllon bt the great addle breeding lUIUon olI HMHIC wall colts dim was a I r iark man He li a nice colt lie has to mt Ml goal breeding Will Hunt at on III weaulug time hold a on all Mil until paid for lurreti Mad lo by imprrguitor We n e pif l Billy nile was lr d by UerJobn I Harrli Imports Jack tie will wake f ton nf IWl at iny barn at M lo a oli until HI s i BOW o my farm fur hUgottl brrallug lie I lad getter- A T TltAYLOR A BOYS 1leatanl HOI llrredlng FarmBlaufotd UK H No I IMu BOLTACRAT 11 to We lieu breedlol the wcautng uriC to a 47417 saddle we This cans Is iweor mars Nowt this weer Iii this Breckin ridge This blackjack ram time show cure He will make the season of HKKi at our Stable on Herring avenue at 15 to Insure a Living Colt HOrrAORAT record 221 Is it hind stallion by Bermuda 6871 duni Carrie Muck bv Camp FerutiMin iul grand dam Thome Jr by MambrliU etc llermudaHRlro Is by Hunker 4114 dam Patlle Patchen IliillncralV colts have records belle than 230 Ills get Crapshootur 21 III Tics 217 Leo Muck 2S2t limy Lee 223 J 0227 Juu Tnylor and irayhound 2211 all records iiilur lliilO us Is aim Iho case of arrlu Muck IliiltacriilV thus proving that ho IK from a strain of winning slock himself be ing u winner due If mare IN parted with sold or bred to another animal Wo taro nut rwiponslblo for accldcntH should allY occur We will also stand at same time nod place Daws Hughes Jr At 800 to Insure a Llvltitf Cult liluck Jack in bunds high who has shown slime of Iho best culls III Our rard Cuunty JI H C HAMILTON Lancaster Kentucky STOCK 31AUKKTC- INOINNATI UNION HTOCK YAHHH 1 Ialllo Hog Bitten ltvcel l KM 4IM Hhlpinenl OATTIKI nhipier Klira hotelier steer extra Oood to choice Comnion lo fair H llvr itra Uuud to choice Uommoii to tale eilra anal luvholca Oominun to lair tJanutri balogiiM Kilra ft ft a oo TWM W ft 8 4 as iojjiV i 40 i W- I1IKX1I4WJ Fair to good W7uO- f Comulon ami l rg IMKdtza 11018 good packer std biiloher 7 M 7 to- Mlitd pucker 7 IVdTM Blg i IJ0390Q Common lo heavy lul towi 6 V 6 Jl- llglil Mppcr 1- 0UtlOlbaudl M 6 w4l 0 HIIKKlmlra l loud to choice 4 ft W Coiumuutu lr r jlHl 40 7WJ10W Commpu a air BprUi iat V Ilcrunuias daub llo le aJ 557 t1111111 4n N 1I1itOO ala Jy I 00t1j1III ItHllI1lrll 1 IJQ 6 hole II 1 II v0 wits hill flay 89 Iia fa arar4e 10 a786tbW lnse COWS w 0 6 bit YaVylTa huh Y tbnlle JtAf 5 Cat t I ua IAUdeivliratS70 moo oohcloe fOa 6YkfOA40 wbs Cream Vermifuge IlfXTESw THE GUmiUED WORMREMEDY THE ailLDnEN3 FAVOIUTE TONIC Liniment Co V Lento MO Mclloborts Drup Store ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Are quickly rural by 9SKMO A II I 1 for tiw 7KMO U tfco Ixft known reiuMly f and ponliivo cure of every farm of skin illi m Fur Nil Write for sam pie K W HO J CutIVr sain at M IloWri Storj Ask fur iinMf FOLEVS CURES and Golds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Fotoyc Honey and Tar sot only tops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious suits a cold I There li no danger of Pnetynon Consumption or other serious lung trouble If and Tar taken as It will cure the most born cough tho dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneumonia over night i If you have a cough or toll do not risk Pneumonia when Foldyt Honey and Tar will cure you quickly sad strengthen your lunge I Remember tin name honey and Tar aud refuse any substitute otTcred Da nut take chance with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Foloys Honey and that you no moro safe and certain h results Contains uo opiates Cured Physicians Said He Had Consumption E II Jones Putor M IS Church Grove Md writes About seven or eight year ago I had a vety severe cold which physicians said very near pneumonia and which they afterward pronounced consumption Through a friend I was Induced to try a sample Honey and Tar which m so much relief that I bought some ol the regular size Two or tire bottles consumption and I lawn never had trouble with my throat or lungs lU S Three slte 25o 500 The 50 cent contains two sad one hal times as touch as the small slu and the t00 bottle almost six is much sill AND RECOMMENKI II C C J K Stonues 0 y it n list tntl nod or nl Artier Louts Uru HONEY TAR r I I from Foley ono stub I Foley Tar ands I Attar J J was o Foley gave cured tae of what tho phyflcfana caU j that time 1 100 lama I cewaac IYatewk r- visetswteateaaOOpre Bnllnrd Snow tar alec tt rug snit ts hcv ins i s i ft k Qfl1 b 5 Coil i strengthens rte i i r costs r r t size r I