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THE CENTRAL RECORDVVHK ltmWlOXt VNTAItyiSllKD MMOCnACV TWKXTIKTII LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 14 won rtvatntsM i l 1 JtNJJ GOOD JOIJlvtJ NTjt I Ill K I S i t 1NIr WXMtXMVW I Carts Harness Etc If you arc looking for a real bargain dont pass us by Wo boliovo Hint wo have tho Vest Buggy out for the money Wheel Guaranteed NOT TO GET Loose in the Hub have a side spring lung shaft Brake Cartwhich is tho prido of nil Horsemen C me and Give us your Painting Rubber ing Repairing etc Work First Class CONN BROTHERS l ttc3Jttc3JttSJttc3Jtt J urrlos J I r IWo sco n J t Buggiest DAahouts 1 t I yt Ollboft A K mail win will fo you laugh when you arc Rags thu little rot dog of Porter Hcott Hudson WaR nccldcntly killed one day recently by being run over by an automobile Examinations Tho county superintendent miurMs us that examinations for Com mon School Diplomas will be held mi Friday and Saturday May 14 and 16 For while teachers on I ha 21 and 22 and colored teachers the 28 and 20 Tho last of the Transylvania Kxten Kloti Lecture course will he given nt the Christian church on Saturday night May 16 Tills lecture by font Shull on Luther Ilurbank and his work promises to be very Intoicstlijg Everybody should hear It Sunday School Convention There will be a Sunday School con vention of district No ono held at Pleasant 11111 school House on Dan vllle plko next Sunday May 10 at 3 oclock p m Everybody W II Prpo Chairman Speaking Judge M C Saulley spoke to a large crowd at Stanford on Monday mak virtually the sumo charges against opponent that he made In Lan on last court day which were In tho RKCUUD Rev T W spoke briefly but Judge Ows took no part In the discussion Words to Read and Heed Let every dawn of morning be to you as the beginning of life and every setting sun be to you as Its close then everyone of those short lives have Ita sure record of some kindly thing done for others some goodly strength or knowledge gained for yourselves Ruskln Shooting At Rowland At Rowland Saturday afternoon Garrett Smith shot Nathan Prowltt three times and seriously wounded him One ball went through hand another broke his right and the third penetrated his neck just below tho Adams apple Prow Itt was brought to Stanford and his wounds dressed by Drs OBannon rind Reid Later he was taken to his homo In Oarrard where ho was doing as well as could be expected at last accounts Smith was arrested and gave bond In 1500 lie claims that Prewclt used Insulting language to his wife and when he ordered him out of his homo he Prowltt started to draw his pistol Smith Is from Knox county and Is a brother of Reprcscn tallve Sawyer Smith of Barbours vllle Interior Journal drIll tho m In1u0 to I Invite- dI lInK let la say wrist WE GIVE STAMPS With Each Cash Purchase H T LOGAN Clothing Shoes Hats Furnish ing Goods III 4 to rTI I I p t r v rc i1fL JuuLrmJLJlyLrwlrwJLrt- i i r fi GOLD TRADING r I Oood Mooting Tlio Time Journal of llowllnn Qrcon given it good account of the It vlvul services being conducted our Kid F Tinder Several convert Ions already deep interest monlfcHlctl mid cvo y ono In thorough ly pleased wllli work Konaarlnn Wins Till court of nppcnls alllrrncd the Qarrard Circuit Cuurt In the case of tto Illinois Surety Company against the iitrrard lintel Company Tlie nctloti grow out of the erection of the Kengarlait lintel by wild hotel com piny with uppollantim surely Tile hotel ompiiny recovers lti7U LarKOit Hemp Crop A representative of the HKCOIID hud u pleasant ride with Mr T II Walker over his portion of thu lloazley farm on Lexington pike lie IIIIH 185 acres of hemp which U looking well blesses II F Hudson and James Houso have crops on other parts of the same farm owned by Mr Hudson Dr Klllutt making In all iicurly 400 aces This Is said to bo tine largest hemp ono farm In Kentucky and the lurid having beer In lllue grass for years will yield u large crop Yea Times Have Chinned Tunes have changed In many ways us some of us well known In the good old times when a man got a pain In the neighborhood of Ills breakfast his wife laid a hot stove lid on him and ho very soon found hltmelf quite busy again Nowadays If ho gets an uncomfortablo feeling about his waistband the doctor calls It appendicitis lays him out on the operating table cuts a hole In his anatomy and lie dies maybe Allah In the happy longago you could take your Jackknife or an old razor nod whittle away your corns put on boots and plow all day Now It you gently scraps the top of your horny toe blood poison sets In and oil curries your leg Tills Is a strcuuous age Tlio present degenerate race Is a mlstlt in the hur rying now Cx Dentists At Crab Orchard Spring The Dentists In the state are show lug more than the usual amount of In terest In the coming annual meeting of the Kentucky State Dental to be held at Crab Orchard Springs May 17th 18th and luili Ar rangements are being made to make this meeting the largest and best In the history Of the Association Dentists unlike many other profes stuns putt tirade such rapid strides In recent the numerous I IT I few years old are almost worthless making It almost obligatory for the progressive dentist to attend these meetings or be conceded a back num her A feature of this meeting will bo the part taken In the program by the lo cal societies that have been recently organized throughout the state Each society has elected an essayist and a number of clinicians which will make this a unique and Interesting meeting Several of the local societies will at tend In a body An Interesting Meeting The Womans Club met In the room of the Presbyterian church Wednesday May 12 1009 The sub cctunder discussion wasSouth Amer ica After a brief Introducloiy talk by Mrs J 0 Klnnalrd on the earliest In habItants whoso origin Is shrouded in mystery and uncertainty and the Spanish and Portuguese settlers Mrs Elmoro read a paper on very Interesting and extremely irtversllled flora of South America mentioning sunny plants drugs oils dyes and foodstuff obtained from there Mrs Klnnalrd then gave n talk on fauna of this country equally as wonderful Interesting and diversified Its flora Tire round table discussion was con lined lo the principal exports coffee and India rubber At tire conclusion f the program the meeting was till May 28 Subject for that late Mexico To bo led by Mrs J A Royston MT HKHHOiX Mr Thos Hicks bought of E 0 Montgomery some shoals for 117 A baby girl arrived at Iho home of and bile John Jackson on the 111 Mr D Lemay who has boon down river on a raft tho past month re homo last Tuesday Tire Sunday school at tints place Is regressing nicely us spring advances number Incenses lust Sunday the largest uttenanco and must very uric seem Interested in the work the parenls manifest as great an Interest us tho children Mrs Kd Hendrlckson was the guest if heMlster Miss May Scott Sunday Win Yunderpool of Lexington was with his wife at till place Wcdncs day night Muster Irvin Pcjtn spent front Frl lay until Smithy with relatives In Jessamine Co Mr ami Mrs Demilo Sojtt and son Woodson wero with their brother Mr U Hoott near Junction Oily Bun lay Mr draw was with Isle sums Mr Sunday M und ClOp on Asso- cIation years textbooks u1 Its brunches a lecture the the as ad- Journed Mr tIre turned the Lot 9 W N Fold Grow thereby his getting that It only early be- Ing Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove has a handsome Cabinet Top which gives it every conven ience of the modern steel range Has an ample top shelf for warming plates and keeping cooked food hot drop shelves for 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 New Jo i Jo 1 h Z 1Z irSQSQt 9QSitSQSQS7Ql41QtQSQSQSQSQ9Q7Q3Q77dkiQ97QSQd QSQRQSQ General News In an editorial In the Outlook form er President Roosevelt discusses the Japanese situation He says that while the Uulled States should watt to see If Japan can prevent emlgra this country the United States rhould Increase the size of Its navy In order to be In position to enforce any demands It might hereafter makePresident W O Frost of Berea College announced that the location of the Induslrlal school for negroes will be established near Shelbyvllle and the erection of buildings will be begun In a short time There has been some objection from yarlous parts of the Stalt on the location of the school near certain cities Many of the most prominent men In public life gathered at a dinner In Washington In honor of the advocates of International peace by President James B McCreary and the directors of the American Peace and Arbitra tion League Secretary Knox and British Ambassador Broyce were speakersAfter being out about fifteen min utes the jury In the kidnapping case against James Boyle at Mercer Pa returned a verdict of guilty The trial of Mrs Boyle was begun Immediately The Rev Stephen D Trowbrldge a missionary at Adams estimates the number of Armenians killed In the province of Adana since tho outbreak of the antiChristian rioting at 23000 Fred Warren of tho Appeal to Rea son a Socialist newspaper toas at Fort Scott Kan o sending scurrilous and defamatory matter through the malls The jury In the trial of Mrs James II Boyle at Mercer Pa returned a verdict of guilty as Indicated In the second count The second count charged her with aiding and abetting the kidnaping The maximum pen arty Is twentylive years In prison As a step In the proposed consollda tion of a largo number of coal mines In Southeastern Kentucky the Conti mental Coal Corporation of Chatta nooga Tenn has purchased the Black Bear mines In Roll county front L A Ault and other Cincinnati capitalists feature of tho deal Is that the purchase carries with It practically tho whole town of Black fear Up to the present time 17600000 hall been fc und p tire treasury boxes of the Imperial Palaco at Ylldlz oc cupied before his deposition by Abdul humid Two and a half million of this U In cash while 15000000 Is In securities You may never have another to hear such a as yoti will qn Saturday night MuV when A the auspices of the Odd FellowsLodge Base Sail The base lull game Wednesday af ternoon between Stanford and Lan caster High Schools resulted In a score nf U to 3 In favor of the Stanford team which has wQn every game played season 13 In all Optimist end Pessimist The worlds against we If that that worries you to easy world doesnt know you exist Lion to convicted dollars e lllrldlle be tCourt under thIs all The One opportunity lm- persmrata Youse Plan For Summer Comfort Dont add the heat ofn kitchen fire to the suffici ent discomfort of hot weatherUse New Perfection Wick Hhie Flame Oil Cook Stove and cook in comfort With n New Perfection OH Stove the preparation of daily meals or the big weekly bnkiiiR is done without raising the tern perature perceptibly above that of any other room in in the house Mr Isoxcal entertainer j and furnlihcs amusement onlyfnr rIt for many be cause not forget him v Preaching Al Falrvlaw- y Rev George of Lexington will it preach At Fair View on Sunday morn ft Inn and evening Rev W C McCal J linn will preach at on llllli Sunday morning and evening of this month Fifty Dollar Turkey Mrs Laura Gill Utica Ky says 1 did Bourbon Poultry Cure In time to save my ISO gobbler I have a large flock nf turkeys I want to line It with AH I find It In a good remedy For sale by J R Mount Commencement Dr F W Illnth President of Cen teal University will preach the Com menccment sermon for the Lancaster High School on next Sunday at eleven oclock at the Presbyterian church On Thtusdiy night May 20 at eight oclock the address to tine graduating class will be delivered at the Christian church by Dr J W Porter pastor of the First Baptist church Lexington Kentucky Closing Exercises The little people will have closing exercises 111 their class rooms on Wed nesday afternoon of next week The seating capacity of tho chapel Is small to accomodate even the student body so we have not planned any gen eral commencement exercises for the school We hope that In another year we may have a new chapel In which to hold commencement whero our friends may come and be comfort and the pupils may have the ad vantage of taking part In public ex ercises D W Bridges m n t ono oven lit o ft yo n same place th- or r ru not the hilt U Co j t f t to t n i t rl K i FL get t a i tl 9 pa i t t r t toot 1 able Driving Wagons Phaetons IBuggies I II 3urries I have Vehicles of all kinds and allprices The largest ever shown in Lancaster and every one guaranteed I will save you money Come and see If you are going to have your house IE J X IsT T ZEJ ID at Get my prices on the best Paint on the mar ket All pure linseed seed oil and lead To Tobacco Growers If you expect a good crop of Tobacco buy a Bemis Transplantert- o set out your plants The plants start quicker and can be cultivated easier and mature earlier than by hand This Is the best Transplanter on the market Sold by W J RomansLancaster Kentucky t f t l J 7 j I U 1 t CENTRAL RECORDISfl- tlKD WKKKIV A F S HUGHES EdfPubr Knitted ftt lAc JV I f tsinenittr l Member Ky Association Eighth District Publishers Lengue Lancaster Kyi May 14 1909 Rate For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Office I fi00 For County OUlcen 1000 For Stale and District Oniccs lft00 For Call per lino 10 For Cards per hide 10 For nit publications In Die Inter cut of Individual or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line OS V i l1 IAn I till It Mill I c Lib n- Arend CMat linnet Press nod Democratlo Ticket For Commonwealth Attorney Clio A llurdlii For State Senator It L Hubble Fur Circuit Clek B Mason For County Judge A D Ford Fur County Attorney J E U For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Shunt Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen nleHlgtflns For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J II Dunn For Magistrate District Nol J P Bource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13th Judicial District I urn a candidate for the Democratic for Circuit Judge of this district I a primary election M O SAUFLKY are authorized to announce lion Chas A Hardliner Harrodsburjr as a candidate for rouomliiullon fur the otllconr Commonwealth Attorney for the lVh Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce lion John Sam Owslylr as u candidate for the nomination fur circuit of this the 13i h district subject to the action of the Democratic Party Now that the Judicial campaign has about closed It behooves every good Democrat to go to the polls Saturday and vote This should be done to In sure the nomination their choice In the aggregate and not the choice of a few It would be unwise for a voter to say that his vote would not change the result for many may be thinking the same way and the actual choice of the majority might be Again no one who falls to vote should say that his man was not nominated and as he took no part In the primary he Is not bound to sup port the nominee This Is the way to turn affairs over to Republicans Come out and vote for the one that you think Is the bist man for the high cilice of District Judue and let harmony prevail after the nomination The case Is presented to the people as a case Is presented to a Jury and the verdict of a Jury Is riot good unless all concur except In certain actions three fourths can make H verdict The same should bo true of a ver diet of the people at the polls It should be a verdict of all the Demo crats and not of a few who vote or at least a decisive majority ot such voters The reasons for this are ap W nomination I a- We tbi neon prefer detested parent It Cannot then boiiald that if n full vote had come nut the defeat ed candidate would have woo There can bo no dlwialUfaclluii no sulking III the camp If the nominee Is the choice of tho mnj irlty of tho Deinu crnto Tho race Impor tant to require tho thou and attention of the people and wo Insist that n full voto be cast that tho nominee may read Ills title clear anti roll up n big majority III November Come lo the polls or submit to the result Dont Riirk this responsibility In his bill rues day Senator that If tho tariff was put on hemp Kentucky would bo as certainly republican as Miiksacliusotts Tho Senator was al ways au optimistic sortof a area on whlcn hemp Is grown In this State In so small that such a duty will cut no figure time raisers were disposed to soil out politically for so small a mess of pottage Interior Journal The attention of the Democratic party Is called lo tho Importance of making a nomination for representa tive Bo that the entire ticket can be lUll to fortify against the enemy A petition naklng a good man to run was circulated but we have heard of no expression from him Let bo done In reference to this matter Reports from Richmond declare all the peaches killed Not while Louis Landram Survives Cjnthlana Dem ocrat UNION Mr Peter Spalnhour sold a tat cow to Sam Anderson at 6c Garnett Tudor who has been West for four yeas Is with homcfolks lie served In the army while there and was at San Francisco on duty after the earthquakeRufus a worthy young col ored man died at his home near here May 3d Owing to some cause Rev Campbell has not filled his last two appoint ments at Kalrvlew Rev W C Mc Callum of Lexington will preach there Sunday the 30th Messrs Wm and Robert Tudor have returned to their homes William to Louisville and Robert to Mlsslppl Our quiet and otherwise peaceful metropolis was aroused lately by the killing of three mad dogs FLAT WOOD Rev A 0 Baird and several others In this vicinity delivered their fat hogs to Frank Gross last week for Oc Lee Broyles and wife are In Whitley county attending his father who Is very Iii Three of W G Gooches children are very sick with pneumonia Silas L BaIrd was In Whitley coun ty for a few days last weak visiting his uncle who Is very sick Jesse Baird Is at home for a few days from Berea college Several Students from Berea visited the old Tom Kennedy residence last Saturday to view the original tome of the principal chapter In the romance known as Uncle Rev A 0 Baird filled his regular appointments at Goodhope Saturday and Sunday Wont Slight If ever 1 need a cough medicine agalc I know what to get 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 my 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 euro surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LuGrlppe Sure Throat pain In chest or lungs Its supreme 60c and 100 Trial bottle tree R E McRoberls 1m 1rr Is Bradley said even Guaranteed- by the peraon The it something Toms Cabin Good COMMUNICATION TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN As titers nro no many false reports circulated about Judge J Jr wo temperance DcmocwUn lode pondcntiif tha League sOlid out tins circular teller to correct them and give facts vfe copy from the blot sketch of Join Sain Ows lay of Llncol Cnty who Is snaking remarkable In race for the Circuit In this the Thlr teenth Judicial District lie will make a close canvass of rjoyle County this week where ho has many strung backers The raco for the nomination for Clr cult Judge Is now on and much Inter est Is being developed Tho friends of Judge OwMcy are actively engaged and seem confident ho will be the cholco of a majority of tho Democrats of Doyle county Judge Oivsley comes to Boyle this week to canvass tho county Ho was appointed to tho oftlco ef County Judge of Lincoln cutnty by Gov licckhaui to fill the vacancy by the death of the late Judge Richard Warren lie so acceptably discharged the duties of that olllce that the Democracy of Lincoln county gave him the nomination for County Judge without opposition and after a vigorous canvass he defeated his Re publican opponent by a good Ho held tho office of Cammon wcalth8 Attorney of this District for two terms and performed his duties faithfully and with exceptional ability He Is now County Judge of Lincoln and aspires to tho Circuit Judgeship for which he Is well and admirably qualified The friends of Clark Harocrson aro much gratified to learn that Judge Owsley will make him Master Com missioner If elected to the Judgeship Judge Owsley Is known to have al ways voted for local option and It IK claimed the temperance Democrats will stand solidly behind him In his tight for the nomination This ques tion has become the supreme and ab sorbing Issue In this and other dill meta of tha State and tho people want lo be advised as to tho views ot all candidates who offer for office They want to know whether they art placing tho machinery of our govern ment In hands of who favor 01 In the hands of those who approvi their views on this subject It might be well to state that at least two of the counties of this District will spun vote again on local option The people of Boyle County have for years had local option and Judge Ows leys position on this question makes him an exceedingly acceptable and formidable candidate We copy a letter from the Pastor of tbo Presbyterian Church Stanford Ky April 27 1909 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 since that time lived a conslstant Christian life Fraternally Yours J L YANDELL Pastor of Presbyterian Church We also S Owsley letter to the AntiSaloon League Stanford Ky April 3 1909 the Members of The AntiSa loon League of Lincoln County Dear Sirs Your letter of April 2 09 enclosing copies of the proposed County Unit Bltl and Tiger Bllli requesting me tj answer you as soon us possible stating wheth er or not I am In favor of these bills becoming has just been rccelv edIn reply will state I am In favor of both bills laws and In favor of all other legislation necessary to enforce local option I have never failed to vote for local option when ever that question has been submitt ed to a voto of the people Yours very OWSLEY JR You seo Mr Owsley takes a positive S III AdyCl Itr I n I his Judges Ip caused t copy JudlCO J To I truly- J S I wsley Anti Sts At ee majority ioso Antl Blind laws nldnd on tho right side Ho has ways been In Local Option All that linn been said about him bcllig drunk nlnco ho joined We have Investigated every churgo wo have heard of and llnd nil false It 11 nut n question of what Mr Owtdoy lots been what Is ho nowy We tare standing by him be caiiHo we havo faith in him and llovo that hols nlnccri1 Wo to all Temperance Democrats Bo careful do not inako n mistake If Mr Owftlcy Is noinlMitcil It meani a victory for Temperance Democrats If ho be detested It means a victory for tho liquor1 patty DjCMOCKATH Independent of time AntlSiloon Lea gue lion John Sam of Stanford made a very Interesting speech hero last Friday night Ho has many friends In this vicinity whoaro hoping for his success at time primary next Saturday and say they fuel confident of hits election Mrs Alice Adams of Denver Col who has been III at llio homo of her brother Mr J II Dunn for several weeks Is very much Improved and li now able Dr and Mrs J H Durham were week end guests of relatives at Stun ford Mrs Margaret Sparks of Nfchulas vlllv visited her slater Mm J W Glass last week Dr W M Elliott spent several days In Louisville recently Miss Amy Montgomery has been as slating III the store of Becker Uallmd Co this week Miss Anna Haiti of Lexington Is tho attractive guest of Miss Mabel MartinMrs Will Dickerson and Miss were In Danvlllo shopping Sat urduy The ladles realized quite a nice sum at the Ico cream supper last Thursday evening Everyone Teemed to have a very enjoyable time The proceeds will help u very worthy cause Mr and Mrs Sam lluselden of Lan caster were gnesU Sunday of Mr and Mrs J S Hasulden Misses Maud and Mabel Martin on terlalned a few of their friends very delightfully Monday evening In honor of Miss Anna Italu of Lexington Five Hundred was played and after a very Interesting game refreshments were served The highest score was made by Miss Maret who was present ed a beautiful hand embroidered handkerchief and Mr John toner re ceived the consolation Those who enjoyed the evening were Misses Balne Maret Robinson Ballard and Jenkins Mess Boner Lane Per kills Dunn Moore and Rose Notice Havlngsetllcd the accounts of Louis I iisslnor asking the and to in all liability on account give notice to all that It kin rconcern BD Herndun Assignee of Louts Landram This 10ih day of May 1109 EXECUTORS SALE Of Personal Property As executor of the Geo W Evans Decd 1 will on MONDAY UAWMth at 4 oclock m at residence of said Evans on street In the city of for sale for cash In hand the tcilowlng personal property viz Five shares of ripltul stock In tho Garrard Bank Trust Co Two shares of the Garrard Hotel Co one gold one wheelbarrow one good shovel one sledge ono 3 hues one rake one axe tine wedge one sifter two rat traps one grate ono step ladder hand s iw two hatchets ono tine shot un one pair scales one Incubator and brooder ono scythe J Y ROBINSON Exr of Gio W Evans Decd I will also at sametime and place as agent for sirs for and sell some household and kitchen immature for cash In hand J Y Robinson I I favor ot false them I hc tlPPCIII I MAN 1 lilt YANTNYILLE out tit d court todl from the trust relea tier or mereby HIt estate t thm ate St Curd Ifer a d lit ck n II plu ne j MurLim bunk e aim lie chureh- is TISMrKIttNCK Ownofy tobe Ell- Ison mange t u met Lancaster OFFICIAL CALL The Dftnocratlo Committee In nnd for the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky met pursuant to time call of U nt tho of lice of Choiniull In Danville Boyle County Kentucky on 21 1WW at 2 in and nil mem bcrii were present Hail meeting wm called to or Chairman Chairman that the election of n Secretary of said Committee wits In II uguely VHN duly nominated and olcclud St crclnr of pale Committed Mr Hugucly the following lions which wore adopt A election Is hereby to bo hold III time precincts of Lincoln Gnrraru Countlex between In in mid 4 p in on Saturday May lf lOW fur Humiliating Demo cratic candidates fur the olllce of Ilr cult and UuininunwvaltirM At torney In smith for thu Thirteen th Judl District of Kentucky lo bo voted for at the election 1W 2 All Democrats who are legal voters shall bu entitled lo vole In said primary election mad arc requested to do so 3 person who desires to ho a candidate for tho Democratic nomina lion for Circuit Judge or Coniinoi wealths A ItorneyMmll nut later than April 30 IDOi glvu notice of such III In writing loG 1ennjr Chairman of the District Committee of tho Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates for the nomination for Circuit JuduHliall at this time of giving said notice deposit with tho aforesaid clialrnan mini of WOO and candidates for the nomina tion for Commonwealths Attorney of tit in nf tiitlni di posit with Ihilchali Danvlllo Kenti May 5 1000 at 2 to expiration of fixed by hecllun 3 hereof there not Inure thou one candidate for Judge or Olin mon who hiss with the conditions of Section 3 the Commlltco will declare to IK the nominee for tho oillco sought that person who Is tho only candidate and to such candidate tho cn tiance fee paid by him less hh propor lion of the costs already accrued from advertising and preparing for the elec polls shall be opened In each mud every precinct of the counties tho district aforesaid In the usual and voting places 0 Upon tho of the tolls tho proceed to count the bar lots and to make returns ling shall bo governed by tho provision of tho general election laws and thu returns shall inano lo tho chairmen of the respective counties In the tho stubbooks the certificates and any questioned ballots to this 7The olllcers of election shall be selected from lists uttered the candidates In accordance with visions of time primary election law by tho district committee 8 Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notice to the chairman of each county committee In the district rut lire days be fore May low the name of one county to act as and In spector for said candidate at said prim ary election 0On the next day after the returns shall have been made tho committee shall meet and canvass the vote cast and Issue certificates of nomination 10 Tho chairman of time district IK directed to empluy competent person to from the registration books made In Danville unit llarrodn IWWthe names of all Demo crats und the so employed shah return the copies as required by law to chairman shall cause them lobo delivered to the otllcent of election Tho chairman IH further directed to cause to be print ed and prepared for use the requisite of hallnlx election supplies and cause then to be deliver ed to the officers of election as re quired by law 11 The chairman will cause copies hereof certified by himself the secretary of tho committee to be at time court house door In Stanford Lancaster and Harrodsburg and III twenty other conspicuous places In county In fur not less than forty days prior to May 161 h 1100 mid said notice be published In each Dem ocratlc newspaper III the District Said Committee on motion then adjourned GLPenny Chairman Chenault Huguely Secretary Many Toni in Seam of Coal A coal team yields 0000 tons an acre UIIhIlQU I edl L I shall the nun 1300 I Said ttmullttcu shall meet at the attic Of Ile secretary in un I amid It at the the tI mo b CI lit Att 10V complied 6The the person for young I burg III together po barmy tnruduced called gulag ck regular district bolo each precinct in each signature four foot We nrc now putting n flll stock of Building Material It will lie of Interest to you to cnll anti see our stock niul get prices before your build tttnt lobncco burn or house Ve also tmndlc BRICK SAND AND COAL Ve earnestly solicit your itiiiitiiicH lot anything in our line SANDERS SCHOOLERDe- pot Street InncvtUT Ky v C11 AAAA III Stop Look Listen In J II I S II A W e i1Ml1i Ad r01 l For Live StockCA8V AND CArl TO U8C TANDAaclzga I All KHLS MCn TICKS lir MITK1 MANOR SCAn IMNOWUnM MrUHIII II nCSrMOVt IH5RA1H Hums AM bHIM1 AH AY NONIRRITATING EFFECTIVE INEXPEflQIVE 0 URL1 FLIES THEM elf R E McRoberls Atic emu rasa ouo tLcra IDEAL lSa mils sr e Notional Bank- Of Lnncnstcr Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DESXV Irttldeol J B STOHMES Vice PKII- s c IIEXNV ci tiif J F Robinson shr R T Kinbry ll DlltKtTOU- SSaml DCochran Alex It Danny A C Robinson John B SUirmt S C- Denny J LGlll WI Wllilanm AMt kcItp4r h THE offer you fair treat tram with every aceoin that is conaiatont with conaurvntivoHanking Vo modl t ion Safely DEposit Boies for Teat JUIineIhire So1ICII Yior your Tobacco Barns with BEAZLEY HASELDEN ns they will your Tobacco also Office National Hink of Ian inter Phone 31 B L W dt W C Flab G Kcnptr Cmhltr PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INiOKlORATKI I fi J a1 9 ul r e I Insure U iI rut yin rat CAPITA 1600000 SUJtl ltUS 900000 U COY R U AHNOIl- H 0 00 YK J BUnitOWH j n WOODS K wo rim w c UYKK j uurOHIII I II WOODS Our Customers ro Fully Protected by and Casuality InsuranceFidelity Betiring From Business SaleWe are closing out our complete stock of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods by a great Clearance and continuing until every article is sold Heres your chance to buy goods that you are now in need of at absolutely cost prices We carry high grade goods in all lines and can show you a large assortment of Clothing such as Hart Schaffner Marx and Seinsheimers best grades Come over and we can fit you out from head to foot and make the trip pay you Respectfully SPARKS Nicholasville aAW I i I I Sale COMMENCING Thursday May 6th II I I M Ky AAI l r lti EId I I1lwV i I a V1 1 iI1 r V V1Li1 iYEdiI69R21 tlLLariRy I1 VVV I aCO- V I t I Ial It M tiltllel W1m1- w 1 I r 1 fasv r rLrssaAtrm- J J IVALKKUProslden4 I J H JwINaeNVbo OKIANIZUI I88- JTlio eiTlZENS NATIONAL BANK Of KV CALITOI 50000 8UUPMJS 15000 11 V HuitiioN Cashier w 0 IliriMMY AWtCMJlr fJ I WAfKnii Hojikkoopor Uustncss Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRKOTOUH J S JolniKon U V Hiclwni J J Walker Alex Olhlx Lewis L Walknr 11 ill IA NOM Tlm I T Aroolrl C A Arnold i 3 1L Kentucky Crop Report For April UnirimlsMonor of Agriculture M 0 Itnnkln bas Issiiml the following report on the condition of crops nntl HVII stock in ICoutneky on May l t 1WW i Much rain fallen liirlnit the posh month camlng niitoli damage In ninny sections of the Stein Wheat li generally In very pour con Illlon for the tlinonf year but with good Krowlnit weather wo may expect II fairly good crop llcinp luukN well and promlsis n largo crop Sonin largo growers are planting n largur crop than ever be fore Krult has boll ihimagod In BOIIIO localities uxpeululty plums unit cherries but there Is n good pros pout for n large crop nf apples and k til PCS Tlio primped fur Mis crop U bettor tlinii this time lout ytiir- An umnmully largrfcrup of tobacco IM promised exceeding alniM nil rr cords especially h this so In regard to llnrlcr tolwcco A taut an overage ciup of dark tonacou will he planted Twbaceo plants urn nut an far mlvniic i il an they ohmild he on account ur MI much wetuher hive stuck N In fairly good condl ttoi and a decruiM of cuttle nml lions are shown on account of high prices of feed An Increase of Miocp kt shown In ninny counties of the State A UrgMcurn be duo In u largo measure to the using pure bred wed oorn- Tlioro ix a Miull acreage of rye and barley grown In the State fwd built lire looking fairly uoud Njlovor Is Ina poor condition looks well and the acreage Is be Ing throughout the entire Slate Keeps Thorn Solo J Frank Wjatl Krfdonln Kv nay I lest than four hundred IMHIH M iiulghhorH hove died all around mo 1 have been dosing inlno with llourbon Hog Choi urn Remedy end It has kept them Mfe from diMHM l r by J II Mount C Wasted Energy- A WOBWB cook shoots nt her em ployer lni ly becaiiM ho runinrkeil that the ulMtilt wore heavy What n of iHiirpyt She Jiould have Blood by entity and permitted him to vat a fow Yew York herald Will Talk You may nut through the world hut twill bo very slow If you listen that ls aid as yon gi Youll be worried and fretted and kept I nn stew For meddlesome tongues will have Something to do For people will talk If quiet cud modcht youll have It presumed Tint your humble position Is only nsHiimcd Youre1 a wolf In sheeps clothing or cite youre a foul nut dont not excited keep perfect ly cool For people will If generous and untie thuyll vent out their spleen Youll hear some loud hints that youre MdtUh ntul mean and fair as Thoyjl call you a rogue In a sly sneaking WilY For people will talk Auld then if you show lust bold IICHV of heart Or a slight Inclination to Inks your own part They will call you mi upstart cot collect and vain lint kccp straight dont stop to explain Fur people will talk If threadbare your dress or old fushoned your hat tioincuno will surely lake nnjleo of that And hint rather Ktrontt that you cant pay your way slut dont lilt exulted whatever they tiny Fur people will talk If you dross In tho fashion dont far they crltlolsu then In a dllTu- reiitNlniie Youre aheuil of your means ur your tailors unpaid Hut mind your own business thoroa nuii lit to bo mule For people Now tho bent way to do U to do UN you please Fur your mind It you have UIIO will then bo at ease Of course you 111 meet with all sorts nf abuse lint dont to stop llicnit It ulutuiiy use Fur people talk Tlio Trestlo Haunt I I j lIon lies I the I j Unfit Clull wrU JlJII II tell I Ineroa ed f nuvur here I I II l I talk It upwrlghL anti hOliest I Ullnk hI esuupt t Ilk 1 has tanner Alfalfa hug Mule wa lo People to till tiro day fro ahead will Illk fd lid The Funny Side Iloyil Is a bright little fellow of three years One day Ida mother observed him vigorously hcratclilng his head and nuked What makes you scratch your heady lltcauso Im tho only ono that knows It Itches he replied quickly Iho minister hind Just been giving thn class a lesson on the prodigal son At the llnlhh to test what attention hud been paid to the teaching ho asked Who was sorry that the had returned Pita most fur ward jounifstcr In the class breath lessly answered The fatted calf Home Herald Auntie after HsicnliiK to Kammys tale of how his marbles had irone It servos you rlKht Samnu little boys who play marbles on Sunday always lime them Sammy Well how about Hilly lies won cm For mercys sake Tommy Didnt I tell yon tot to l lil with that Mer cur IMIJ Yon uu lint where you made tour Mistake was In not tho Mercer buy tint ho inusut hit me Olovoland 1lalndcnlcr Proverb Disproved Tllon you dont believe seeing Is Nix I see tats of people I wouldnt bellovo So Tho Impartial tuna has li I K troubles Ilemciiibcr that the umpire nets called n rubber by Truth sides WANTED Poultry and Eggs Highest prico paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS 16ots Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber Uptodate line of Harness Buggies Deering Binders and Mowers Full line of American Wire Fc any height Tinware Hardware Woodenware Largo hue of Can GOUda irjj lit Hpcclal price BECKER RYANTSVIMK Phones S KILLTHB COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr New Discoviry I I 1 tel II nit Just Ill lIu 1 II W B Nortllcott gr Irn Farll1ina m J 1m f special price by dozen A lot tit good Lumber CIDglffiJ III WITH Kings f 4 prod- Igal tit all 4 4 belInrluu M FL I o f0 IpIeeots 1 I1 kij o and- cns0 off 1 ill l JBa11a 0- l KYLE 16t unit 3TUA I xs FOR 8tuua Ida A tl00 aI B BATIBPAOIOK OH HONEY REFUNDED U McKoborU Pr g Sore AND ALL TIiRon AND aUAUANl ED LUNG il SENATOR DANIEL On Subject of the tobacco Tex Tho Congressional from tho great tobacco raising Stnteo are n unit on the njicntion of removing tho nix cents tax on leaf tobacco Hoimlor Tlr lnli recently nmdo a speech In tho Sonata In thd course of which In dhcuMlntf Iho diKCiliiiliiatlons of tho bill ho said Thoro IH a plant In my State It la Tho Ugly DucklhiK of farmyard and therein no bird fowl or otherwise that dues not keck to pull u feather out of It It U Qo to Turkey Tho Hultnn wl I havo none of It no matter how much hli people want It not an ounce can KO there Go to England Seventy two cents a pound must bo laid down before an Knftllshumn will touch It Then ho makes n fortune In menu facturing I t Our Now England friends have taken care of Connecti cut and Connecticut Valley tobacco 1 do nut blama them our ready to bo sold What do you the farmers You shall not sell It There Is not another citizen In the United States who Is denied by an act of Congress the rluht to sell freely the thins that ho made by hula own hands out of the laud that ho owns Put that In your pipe and smoke It A Kentucky planter a Pennsylvania planter can not take his own tobacco for which ho asks you nothing but which ho tenders In a trade and sell It as ho pleases without first paying it tax You talk about Kentucky nlitht riders I am a man of law I tako the side of law when ever It has an encounter Hut Kcnltenmn wo have hind the need of rebels In this country to teach law and the lessons that they have this nation have been Its wisest and most enduring I do not mean by that In tho slightest degree to encourage to approve or to recog nize the riliKt or the propriety of any 1111111 taking the law Into his own hinds Hut whenever you Hud men In this country who manifest a desire to take tho law In their own hands you should also scrutinize your own conscience and your own conduct and see to It that you did nothing to If It Is the noun who produces conflict whether by speech whether by law or otherwise who Is moro to bo blamed for conflict than anyone else AS of E News Desire for Beauty Every woman would rather bo beau tiful than anything oleo In tho world ever so rich or ever so good or have all the gifts of fairies Thackeray AKKSUUItT Mr W I Murksbury has gone to Chicago where he lias a position In a sanitarium at that place Mrs Chalmers Gallagher of Lexing ton camo last week to spend several days al tile ions of her father C M JenkinsMrs Hay and Mrs Hcndron of Ktrksvlllc were guests of Mrs Hob t Smith last week Mr Henry Uurdett made a business trip to Lebanon the first of the week Little Muss Viola Smith was carried to Lexington a few days ago to be operated on for appendicitis Doctors Amon of Lancaster Harrow of Lex ington and her father accompanied her to Lexington The above mentioned doctors performed the operation which was quite sue cessful Viola Is getting along splen didly and hopes to come homo In a snort time Mr F L Durdctto went to Crab Orchard last week to attend the bur ial of his brother Dr Uurdette of that place lien and White Marcco bought ol Ed Hcndrlcsun 4 calves for ISO The Ladles NVorklng Society desires to titanic the courteous olllccrs of the Nalluniil Hank of Lancaster tor favors received at their hand Hev II M Shouse left early morning to make a short stay In Lexington before attending tho South erti Baptist Convention which holds Its 64 at tho First Regiment Armory In Louisville 131415 of this Month On the afternoon of tune 16 a statue of the late Dr T T Elton will be unveiled In time presence of this great throng of Baptist people The monument was erected by this body as a tribute of love and reverence ol this gifted man who so nobly defend ed tho peculiar doctrines held by the Baptist Denomination A Happy Father Is soon turned to a sad ono If he has to walk the floor every night with a crying baby McQeoN Baby Elixir will make tho child well soothe Its nerves Induce healthy normal slum ber lest fur disordered bowoW and sour stomach all toothing babies need It Pleasant to take sure and safe contains no harmful drugs Price 2ft and 60 cents per bottle R E Me Roberts jm FINE IN UHHAllD COUNTY FOIL SALE I A tins blue ir Nnu lu l situated on new Iolni cud untie well la liig i rl ol Its John cl with li mUom pew evvLfooni rt l Unc iliireou with sll ntceusrr oJ lilldliiK mt gooil w bru loco Will w trr l ill n r r lulling iptlngi cud creek running through TSKMIU ctih In land Ulsuc one from boirlug ilx null paid looking for such writ W 0 WALKKB6Uqlor4 Ky 0 the Leaf delegations Hall 10111 strong tobacco I let taught provoke Natural tho William Smith sessu n AUK pike near roll c alull1l wo located I des Will er a lit two of fIIlo mule ever tobacco sa- to reedit Monday six outhofLitester iwo slid year day par cell inter plop plea ors y y NOT A CORPOREAL DELIGHT Rent Nature of the Kits AS Viewed by a Writer Who MM Clearly Studied the Subject It Is the ffldhlnn of Iho moro blllonii morallsli o put kissing among the gross pleasures with online yodllng snoring nnd thin n o of tol fco but RI A inallor of fact It II not n corpor eel delight nt nil inji n wilier In tho Baltimore Sun KB sole physical no conipnnlnipnt Inderd in a pnMllon of Biifforntlon nod this s nil will d mlt Is nfretablf No Iho Insidious clmrin of tho jmatlme must ho soimht In Its i yihlc vffpptp In Us marvelous and intPifcrnnr Iho noriiml of ratioci nation A man kUa d Is n man trans figured and trunsinocrlfled Lot him bo Iho worst of nditniithropM before thin sweet IniplnRoinotit of ntwo upon nose and ho may yet emerge from the turmoil a philanthropist Ono kiss properly stngomanagod Is enoiiRh to transform a plrato Inlan poet n poll tician Into a philosopher or vlco ver sa Ono small kiss Indeed Is sum dent to turn n proud hravcnlilssliip bachelor Into n servile married moan tho most stupendous nntlpods1 nnd lamentable trnnsformalrn pnmlhlo nt this wrltlm In n mere human bolnR NEWEST USE FOR NAIL FILE Guest at Phlldelpnla Dinner at First Caused Great Consternation by Hit Action A Philadelphia doctor has discov eyed a brand now for a nail file which Is likely to become much more prominent than tho old use A short time ago this doctor was a eiit at a dinner In one of Philadelphias most exclusive houses When Iho Inst courfeo mail been served nnd the cigars were being tuiiBed the doctor reached down Into his trousers and extracted n penknife Slowly IIP opened a blade Everybody gasped Could It be that Dr would so far forget himself to manicure hits nalla at the table All watched with hater breath Slowly the doctor reached out and secured a match which near his place Then he deliberately struck his snatch on tho rough part of the call file and 111 his cigar Tho suspense was over ant tho doctor hind not committed tin frightful breach of etiquette which his hssoclatos had feared Now tho cus torn Is spreading fast for It Is less ef fort than It Is to stand on ono log to strike tho match on ones ohoo decidedly more elegant thaothe time honored method of striking It on onet trousers Probably True Say said the farmer who was un loading potatoes nt tho grocery dr you holloro that tlcry nbout little George Washington and the hatchet and tho cherry tree Dont ask laughed the grocer Well I think It la probably true Ive got a boy ton years old at home and after ho hail teased mo for a year or BO I bought him a boys ax And did ho cut down your favorite cherry lie did a heap better than that Ho cut down most of the apple or chard orchard And did ho toll a lie about It Nouo Owned up like a little man And like Washington you praised Unllko Washington I didnt dc any Such blamed thing I gave him a hiding on tho spot and have licked him once a day since and am going to keep It up until lhe Is twentyfive years old Request for a Loan Hanging In our front hall was h largo Japanese hat made of rice straw and the colored girl In the kitchen was preparing to go to a masquerade ball so wo were not surprised when she sent the Infant daughter of tho house Into the parlor Mardi Gras evening with the following unto Deer lady will you please mam loud me that lint that hung up In the frolnt hall please and let mo have 25 c again and this will bo the last time I aw going to wory you but please loud me that hat please mam this Is the last time lam going to moss mask please loud mo Iho lint please from Myrtle Pleaso loud mo the hat Answer soon Dont come send mo word She got tho bat Houston Post First Fare on the Comet Dr John Inglla remembers a conner sation with an old gentleman who claimed to have been the first to pay passage money ou board the first pas senger steamer In Europe tho hula torlc Comet The voyage undertaken was froth tho Droomlqlaw to Dahuulr fourpcnco now by tramway car and the faro was four shillings It was taken by Henry Doll himself the Com et was stopped and walled for hall an hour till Hell and his passenger adjourned to an Inn where the faro wot the toast of prosperity to the pioneer passenger steamer Glasgow humid The Hour Glass Instead pf being obsolete and sic ply an Interesting relic tho hour glass In various forms la a twentieth con tury necessity A machinist author Its points out that for such purposes as tinting hardening nail tempering hunts In twist drill manufacture where seconds or minutes must bo gauged accurately nothing gomVlIko the hour glass with the rlelit amount of sand Accuracy to fractions of n second ran ho had much more aaslly than by watching the bands of watch I Conscience Conscience U tho amount of mate knowledge wo havo In us Victor HWBQ Kill To Stop The Fiend Tins worst toe for 12 years of John Dove of Qladwln Midi wits a run fling ulcer Ho paid doctors over 1400 without bonrtlt Dion lluoklens Ar nlca Salvo killed time ulcer mid cured him Cures Kover Sure halls Felons Eczema Salt Kheum Infallible for Plies Hums Scalds Cuts Curtis 25o alll K HoUoborls li I scarcely line as all tree hint first a deII hilt lprocesses was tile MR JONES IN AN EMERGENCY Except for Single Unfortunate Inci dent Me Just the Man to Deal with It When Jones reached home the other night ho found Mrs Jones huddled np In a corner of the sofa weeping and nbout four Inches of water on the kitchen floor The Jonciias hadnt been married very long so ho contented himself with n Roncrnl remark concerning the nonrosotircefulnnss of women and nskwl how It happened water pipe under sink burst Mrs Jones told him Jones smiled pityingly walked de liberately to the kitchen closet nail produced n wrench Opening the col Inr door with a confident air ho do scended to thin region below After bumping nt least seven ob shades ho finally reached tho wall and reached out for the cock which ho had noticed In n pipe which traversed tho wall Ho applied Ids wrench and shut It off Patting himself on tho back for be lag able to copo with an emergency ho started hack upstairs Just half way up the stops ho bumped Into his wile Mrs Jones was the first to speak 0 dear sho said what In tho world did you turn off the gns for Philadelphia Tines NOT Orator Follow Was Proper Person to Comply with Request of Enthusiast Trenchers of nil denominations oc cupled chairs upon tho platform They wore giving their voices and Influence to tho overthrow of a political boss The Presbyterian clergyman had the floor and most vigorously attacked the with him Tho boss received some cruel jabs Thats right soak hlml encour aged a man with a stentorian voice who had standing room In tho rear As tho clergyman warmed up to his subject tho Interrupting soak hum camo from the rear with greater and frequency Tho speaker paused Ho was not Irritated but gently threw the audi Once Into a goodnatured hysteria by sayingThe Intentions of the gentleman In the rear are good but wholly Inop portune and ill advised If hell reserve his comments for tho next speaker Brother Herrick of the flap that church hell bo accommodated no doubt Moving on Short Notice I was lying on tho floor of an old country logliouso one summer day near a big open fireplace when I heard a peculiar frightened squeak I got up to see what looked like a huge mouse moving at a very rapid walk across tho room When I got closer look I saw that It was a mother mouso moving her whole family At least I hope there was none left for very soon a small snake but largo enough to put Into a panic the mother of four less than halfgrown children canto through the empty and after the llttlu fugitive Tho mother mouse had two In her mouth and fastened to either side of her apparently holding on with their mouths and for dear life were the other two I killed the snake and watched the moving family disappear through a hole In tho Nicholas This World If things would not run Into each other BO it would be a thousandtimes easier and a million times pleasanter to get on in the world Let tho sheep Iness bo set on ono side and the goatlness on the other and you know where you are It Is not necessary to ask that there bo any in crease of the one or any diminution of tho other but only that each shall preempt Its own territory and stay there Milk IB good and water Is good but dont set the under tho pump Pleasure softens pain but pain embitters pleasure and who would not rather have his happiness concentrate Into ono memorable day that shall gloom and glow through a lifetime than havo It spread out over a dozen comfortable commonplace humdrum forenoons and afternoons each ono as llko tho other as two peas In a pod Gall Hamilton Salt Seasoned Timber A workman was packing salt about a pile of tlmbor Seasoning timber with salt eh It sounds llko a Joke doesnt ItT he said It la often done though especially In ship timber Ships built of saltseasoned timber got a better Insurance rate Some very rich woods aro seasoned In boiling oil Flints an ancient and costly process A now dodge la electrical seasoning by a solution of borax and resin The schema Is cheap not halt as good as salt Spanish Executioners Remorse A curious story comes from Seville On Sunday night the local executioner died his death being duo to remorse For several years ho had not carried out any executions but recently h was summoned to Cordova to Inflict the final penalty on sonic criminals The Impression made upon him was so painful that he was unable to face the ordeal when summoned to execute tho last criminal condemned In Seville and the sentence will have to bQ car out by the Madrid executioner A Living Skeleton Is the final condition of any child that tuna worms If It lives Think of hay lug FomothluK In your htomuch that outs all you tako as noumhment Nino tenths tho babies havo worms may bo yours has Ho certain that U has pot by giving It Whites Cream YertuUuuo It expels all worms anal js a fur tho Price 23 cents R B Me Roberta 1m Beware of Making Enemies Welsh proverb A dogs friendship I s bettor than his halo to power kind- I behind fireplace cornerSt immediately 1 sapIs rued of tame I l r Was nit ire SPEAKERS tellIng Mixed Up iallk pall Binders 12250 Mowers 4250 Hay Rakes jjj Tobacco Transplanters 50 g- I J Eu Mount Co fJ IJ I 2250 l i J I J o he lit JI as well as fine flavor and 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 BANKS HUDSON 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 ovory stylo at reasonable prices Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO THE Lancaster Steam Laundry has employed Expert Laundry Force With Many Years of Experience GIve them u trial They Guarantee Satisfaction I I j I I front r r r THE STUDIO II 31 r f I I FOX s Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of tho Langshiro V S College England 1809 Phone No 205 Lancaster Kentucky Dr M B White Ebb Bentley Cnrtersville Ky MONUMENTS HWw ALSO Theres Strength In Obelisk Flour ftMNm Just received another Car Load of BUGGIES We handle only first class Buggies such as KauffmanLaPort and Moyer Also a medium line 0 L Hammcls Paint Lick Kentucky NOTICE POULTRY RAISERS Now la the time of year to teed your fuwU u wood tonic Rx4 lM4 cures Cholera Gapes Uoup Danker and Mmbariieck When rod as a proven tatlve It not only keeps them healthy hut makes them lay Price 60 cents No Cure No Pay Guaranteed by our druturlst R E McIlOUEHTS Try It uuder the guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases ut poultry 318Jki I r 4 TO HER eyebrow penciled nntlyt walks with nil the of youth And nftltiM most divinely Though I dont know It To me h will ever dear That Girl Ive Never Met With io unit high With mind ir rich end Nb equal hoe she ncAth fMBKei Rood ni tlit In fair Her wdnli 10 tow unit few and sweet Im Ill neer forget Whit joy twill when 1 Tint 1v Never Ah r r it m M inul lt Bh Could t know whffc you nblil How blessed above nmnklnd If you could be my bride Shell know that I was born tor her And for me pet Toud die for Suppoie you That Girl Iv Never Met day somewhere when de semi To touch the round When at the magic rainbow end A of Raid li found When blackbird are an white snow Or pestle renembl jet That malden mythical well know That Olrl Ive Never Benjamin Webster In New York Herald PLEASANT PROSPECT I Il Pier ere welts of and truth She Race rr like musts to the be soul pure I the sure be greet Ill be ret eel were Some relit ot a eye soul namea ear yet serene rare hell air Melt skis Mel I bare Insured myself against accl dent today If I were to fall and break my arm I should have 6000 marks on lovely dearl Then I could make that trip to the Riviera which I have wanted so Blaetter Prediction Simplified The weather prophet now may view llli task with reeling bolder About all he Is required to do I to keep saying colder The Real Reason Say what you will theatrical man alters strive after the artistic Fudge How can you prove It They are constantly trying to Shakespearean productions You poor Innocenti They do that because they dont have to pay Shake speare any royalties Cleveland Leader Sounded Like Opera Bacon I called with my wife on the lady next door last night and started her phonograph playing Trovatore Egbert Suppose you Imagined your at the opera Why yes the two women were talking to beat the band Yonkers Statesman Too Technical The music teacher had tested the little girls voice Her range is good maam he said to the mother but she Is deficient of course In her upper register Saints presalrve us exclaimed Mrs OFlaherty dye think a furnace heated flat wid a basement Chicago Tribune A Captive You are one of four brothers I professor That Is perfectly right And you are the only one who Is married I am told Quite correct madam I am tha only one In captivity yonkeri Statesman Strange as May Stem Senator asked his constituent howr does It happen that you have never been mixed up In any of these squabbles or scandals O thats because Im a good mix er Senator Lotsmun Chicago Tribune The Early Bird Manager I suppose you noticed that my advertisement read None but a sober man need apply for this poet thin I noticed that and thats why I applied very early In the morning Jifdgu Easily Obliged Tramp Say boss can yer tell a fel ler where he kin get ID cents fer a bedOld Gentleman dealer jn second hind furniture Certainly my tiring the bed to me and If It Is worth 15 cents Ill buy It Judge Move Lively Dill Do the police keep the people moving lively In your town but the automobiles do Yonkers Statesman Transparent Gentleman Its no use your whin Ing to me I can see through you Ueggar So yer ought guvnor Ive ad nuthln to eat for a week The One Exception Everything tomes to him who watts except tha wIlier JudRO Ai an laxative tonlo and no other pills can com pare with Pr Kings New Life They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood streng then the nerve cure punstlpstlon Dyspepsia Jaundice Chill and Malaria Try han S6o R E MoRoberti spot longMeggendorter produce 1 kitchen believe 1 It 1 ApplicantYes good- man f JillNo health builder I It flow sh 1 self she said f AllRecords all ronnd flit i 1t t m IIIJKNA VISTA HUM Christopher sold of Mercer 0 calves for 1100 Tho spring term of school taught by Ml Myrtle Ruble will close It la hoped that Mlle llublo will teach the public school here Mm Maria Lane has returned from an extended visit to relatives In Lex ington Tho districts S Convention held hero Sunday afternoon was a success both In attendance and execution of the program Mrs ft lit Ballard and Simpson he retiring tinkers are excellent workers and It Is with regret we nee them give up the work Miss Addle Arnold waA to succeed Mrs Dullard as district president and MIllS Christopher to succeed Mls Simpson as Sccly Mr Mrs Will Baker of Vcr nallleft spend Saturday night and Sun day with Mr and Mrs J li Rubin lOll Mr and Mrs Hayden Brlttnn of llarrodHburg are expected thtlf1 week to visit the family of I W Asklns Mrs John Poor In spending the week with her sister Aldrich of Maysvllle Miss Elzibcth Bryant of Bryants vlllo was the guest of Miss Bertha Christopher Sunday Miss Pearl Ruble who was quite III last week II better at this writing Mr Thomas Dean of Versailles spout several days of with Mr J H Robinson Mr and Mrs ChaR Scutt former residents here are rejoicing over the arrival of a little daughter May 1st Lived 132 Year Win Parr Englands oldest man married the third at 120 worked In the lljlds till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be louthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young 1 feel just like a boy he writes attar taxing six buttes of Electric Bitters Fur thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the Bret bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me 1 had found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown or old people Try themOi at R E 1m Tragic In being a success there Is no pleas ure If a man does not look the part Prof Prewlns one of Newarks most celebrated scientists was out walking recently when a flashy stranger said to him How often do the Montclalr cars pass here me boy Newark N J News AN ORDINANCE Be It ordained by Council of tbe of Ky that the ordinance passed on he lllh day ot May 1008 a on Steam Liunclr let and Steam luuudry amende be amended out 41UOOO and Inserting 120000 and aKencJfcs be rlxed at 120010 and the as awarded reads a follows An ordlnaco fixing a license on Steam and Steam Laundry Uu It ordained by the Council lit City of that shah a Steam Laundry or Steam Laundry Agency In the of Lancastert Ky shall pay a License of e200 00 per year and Kame Is ap to the Water Wrks fund provided however that themaximum charges under this llcensrf shall not exceed prices to wit Skirts IOc with c anffc 15c Shirts Night lOc Collars 2ctJuffii per 4e drawers 8c UndeKhlrtH 8 Suck per pair Sc 3 to 5c Neckties 3 to 15 to 25c Waists 15 to 25c 15o to 60c Table Towels Ic Any one violate tho pro visions of Ihhirdluance shall be lined not for each offenBe end each day shall be deemed a orate ofTense This ordinance shall take effect from Its publication HT Mayor Attest W 0 Mason Clerk Approved Maj 10 1000 The Cheap Grocery 17 Ibs Granulated Sugar ioo- i 15 3 cans Corn TomatoesPeas 25 Best Apricots 20 Best Table Peaches Evaporated Peaches 25 3 Ibs Evaporated Apples 25 See Our Line of Fancy Shirts and Hqsiery Best Overall Suits 180 No i Work Shirts 7 49 2 Gallons Oil 25 Highest price paid fur Country EGOS 17cts per dozen HAQAN BROS Lancaster Ky POSTEDThe undersigned neteby give warn Ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for auy purpose whatever ai we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of tile law and Fishermen especially take notice WB Ferguson Mrs PD GUI Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W TW oriel W U Anderson John A Sander J W Sweeney R L Burton J U Nave R 0 Dolan 110 Dave Dudderar Richard Bergerner ore Daniel 0 8 Ballew D I Anderson David The Owens to Jeo Curd M 11111 Elizabeth I elected Mrs last LIme i McRoberts by rlkliit be oimi license fur Siell undrlell and Sllam e lee AlCellcl Clt t e fin erson r to Hand lOc rests Cloths u to 26c w 2c to 2c h shall exceeding LOGAN 1 lb Produce hunters W J GIllispie Arnold W R Cook E II Kelley Tom nl Friday end Ed week 10vear old tit cense tit hue or o rchiefs Napkins 110000 Best Coffee i albs l 1 w 1 Worth a Thought y Why do the Tin Pinto the Metal Rating Mills Uo HhinKlo Mills Atto Factories use Swan Brand Ldhulo Top and Verlbcal Why do they tint use Ltllllnor Yards and 81 thelrown ManuCaoturtS1 Simply no cnuso they know ready will loaf longer cheaper In and low expense to for prlco and sample W W WITHERS 220 K Main Bt Lexington ICy 1009 SEASON 1000 Grant Monical Record 224X5 Trial 218 Full brother to Or Monical 200 The President 2 mCornellu A 224 Or Mason 2111 Dr and Monical 2321 Day horse foaled 1002 1C hands high ByGambetla Wllkea 4050 216 GRANT MONICAL will make the sea son of 1009 at the stable of L IC Rog ers at the Fair Grounds at 120 to a living colt Call on or address R G Evans L K Rogers 423 6t Danville Kentucky Munson 2081 t record 4 insure SAedi Not the most freakish but the most stylish not the most expensive but the most reasonable In other words the best all round Clothing made to sell at seven prices within the following ranges Mens Cloth ing 1 0 THE LOWEST 20 THE HIGHEST Boys Clothing 3 tho Lowest G time Highest Thats why Shield Brand Clothing is so popular and people buy it again and again Then to the price is at tached to the sleeve in plain figures as well as the GUARANTEED Look then over and you will be clothes wiser whether you buy or S BROWN Lancaster Ky HOW TO CURE SKIN IISEASES The that cause disease must bo drawn to the surface of thotklt destroyedZEMOa for external use will do this and will permanently euro every form of salo where Write for sam Medicine Co8t Louis For silo at Drugstore Fruit and Ornamental Kvorythlng for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Catalogue HFHillfnm Lexington Kentucky I 5word E W Roes NoR shorts EJEJS Son not- Re skin plat 1 w EGG CASES FOR LAYING HENS Below Is Given an Outlliu Sketch and In pensive Nst A correspondent kindly furnlshef this dop with tho accoraptny ing sketch of a serviceable and cheap arrangement for laying noels togctU pr with a description Egg cases leaned against Interior wall staircase fashion A small house lined In this manner will furnish a largo number of nests and If kept ei elusively for laying will remain tree from dung for an Indefinite time Clicks should not be allowed In this department and for this en I era Serviceable reason Nests Made of Egg trance for the hens should be through small door or opening several feet from the ground The roosting house should be another room entirely Also this Is useless for set ting purposes A separate coop for each sitting hen with the bottom level so that the eggs cannot pile up I best In both eases nothing brighter than a dim religious light should pervade FEEDING BEES IN THE SPRING Greatest Secret of Successful Beekeeping Is to Keep the Colo nles Strong The greatest secret about Is to keep your colonies strong Watch them In the spring and do not let them die for want of a little tcntlon Sometimes you can help a dwindling coloijx by taking them In time and giving them a little assist ance from other colonies If some of h colonies are light In bees they may be strengthened by occasionally giving a frame hatching brood from some strong colony which will huh fer no Injury from the loss of It Hut this oven must be done cautiously and no old boos carried from one hive to another as that Is one of the easiest ways to start robbing To get all colonies In this prime condition the beekeeper tnpst years will be forced to resort to feeding It pays at any time to feed bees to keep them from starving and It pays to keep them In good condition The colony that goes through the sea son In poor condition will more than likely prove K failure so far as g tlu erlng honey Is concerned All colonies should be fed by the use of feeder or some method suitable fgn feeding within the hive BUSINESS peeping of Pure Bred Poultry Passed Beyond the Experl mental Stage The fancy poultry business Is not an experiment but baa to stay Poultry shows are the very life of the poultry business They keep before the public and In forest the many people who are deal lag tn pure bred poultry There are thousands of farmers who have never seen a poultry show and a great many who are not posted on pure bred chickens at all says the Kansas Farmer Thousands of farmers 46 not know that there are numerous papers that aro devoted exclusively to pure bred Everyone In poul try should attend some poultry show this Winter and If possible sho some of their purl bred fowls THe poultry show Is the very best Bcaggl to learn all about the standaitf rp qulreinonts of the different fo Tio rend all about poultry Is OEM thing but to sco It Is another Ypu1 can learn In a poultry spw In one day than you can by roaainRiVimontb A great many farmera lIve gotten their lint Impetus in raising ol puro bred poultry frqm visiting poultry shows The Wonderful The cackles ot the American kens are swelling Into a mighty ahoni teen billion times a year these small cltlicna announce the arrival of fresh laid and tho sound of their bragging la waxing loud la the landt According to the last census there are 233698005 chickens ot toying age in tho United States These ate val ued at 170000000 sad the eggs they lay would If divided allow 203 eggs annually for every person man worn an and the United States The value of all the fowls 185800000 would entitle every person In the coun try a 112 If they were sold and the proceed divided All the weight of the animal products exported the pork beef tallow ham bacon and sausage weigh 846860 tons while the weight of the eggs laid yearly tips the scales at 8703U tout Sound Business Rule A good offer should never be re fused unless we have a better one at the game time Lord HeaconiOeld A Smile a pretty hard thing to accomplish after youre blue bilious and out of sorts There Is a lure euro all klndu of stomach and liver complaints constipation and Hal Is mild yet absolutely effective In all cases Price CO cants per bottle It V McRoberU iw a alt FANCY H come poultry the Sire IS childIn II for Case laying roou beekeep- Ing bettor separately TRY purebred more tits loam Hem Lf A Regular Jam of Eager Buyers The Public Are Snapping Up These Furni ture Carpet and Rug Bargains aiE L Marchs Big Manufac N y urers Outlet Sale Now Progress at Lexington Kentucky The crowds attending this big sale nrc tcrilfic and wany people tutu attending from a distance of too to joo milts This most wonderful sale of Iurititute Carpets and Route Furnishing Needs has certainly attracted the people from every tllrcctlon It shown that the public appreciates genuine bargains This was certainly manifested by the thousands of dollars worth of Iuiniture Carpets Rugs etc that was sold on the day of this the most wonderful furniture and carpet sale which Is without question of it doubt the greatest tonday that was even given lit the United States The bargains to be had nt this big furniture and carpet sale sue money saving opportunities to the people the masses those who work for n living The grand values to lie had at this sale Is SPRHADING LIKU WILD PIRU and the wonderful bargains offered ate being snapped up rapidly Never in the history of retail mirclnwUsIng has the public lead such oppor tunities to buy 1urnltnre Carpjts Rugs and Home Needs such ns this Mg sale now affords to you On account of time fact that K I MARCH Ofr IHXINOTON KY having ngreiil to pay freight charges to an town cut 1urniturc Carpet Rugs etc this fact alone lotus not brought tine people frow a great distance to attend tints sale HUT MAl ORDKRS have literally poured in by the thousands livery One Rich and loor seem to want to share and benefit in K I MARCHS Ajimul Minuf icturcr Outlet Sale This is this big concerns yearly offering to the pcoyle au l onetime of the year whets this big Establishment L MARC l Sacrifices nil yroSts direct to time people In order to attract TEN TIIOUSANI new Vntrons to li scstaWfchiucnt If you havent got the really cash it will pay you to borrow it In orccrj totakc ndvantageof time unary GRAND VALUES to be had at this sate going on at H L MAKCHUIG STOU1 3 1 V Main Street Ky- Hls great purchaxc of 330000 worth of inanufjctnrets surplus Furniture and Crrpct stoFks fortytwo carloads in all is certainly proving to be n regular bargain feast to the pppple The entire stocks ate selling rapidly but just as fast as time offerings on our big Hoofs find purchase then ituitiiJiatcly fresh lots of Furniture Carpets nnd from our big warehouses take their places It was a purchase indeed and naturally K L MAR ft is unable to show the entire stock nil at one time That which j m looked upon yq wUyi i you wout fluid tomorrow The display Is continually chn jjnng It is a Most Wowlcrful Exhibit and a llargain oflcring of Furniture Carpets Pug etc that it will pay you to couic 300 mites to see Understand and remember that this sale only lasts ten days lu tU positively ending on SATURDAY NIGHT MAY 22 IJont Deity but ACT QUICKLY and attend MARCUS big Manufacturers Outlet Sale tomorrow and CjVery d j n the data of this big sale which only lasts ten days Let nothing keep you away owue at ouco and come prepared to profit by this the greatest bargain carnival and th9 greatest sacrifice srle of furniture carpets rugs etc thnt given in any part of the United States This big sale presents n veritable harvest of furniture bargains omit household needs such as WPS never the people before any section of the country The crawls attending daily have been delightnd with the wonderful values oflcrcd All visitors to K MARSHS Dig Store ore liberally supplying themselves and in apprecia tiara are sending their friends neighbors If you havent already attended this most wonderful furniture and carpet sale low any time getting here in order to secure share of the ninny grand bargains title big sate now affords to you Mail orders to be must positively reach our establishment at Lexington Ky not later than Friday morning May ai asthjsblK sale positively ends SATURDAY NIGHT MAY 22 A word to the intelligent u uld be sufficient as this is an opportunity to make your dollnr do double dut careful and be sure you find the right place Ask any street car conduc tor who will deflect you to our Establishment look for the big green sign ol K MARCH 3jo jy Wcst Street Lexington Kentucky Notice We advise quick action on your these prices only hold good Nine days Address mail orders carefully 340 and 344 W Main St Lexington Kentucky j nn U inv 1 0111 i the 7 big 311 i i I tllous 1 I ever i in L arils thendont I 4l Main partas zI BIX CEE A ek Quickly Rugs sale f e ten day not Rugs rem was ntrcred filled a more t- oE i Egotism of Mankind We hardly flntl any person of good tonne save thoso who agree with us LA Rochefoucauld HIGH0ME That Why to Pronounce Hyomel the MoneyBack Catarrh As doubt exists tulnli or readers of Urn CRHTIUI UKJTOIUI let us say tluxl tUe above Is the proper pronunciation of Americas most woo derful catarrh cure R K McKub crt for Hyomri in Lan casler sod he will sell you au Inhaler a bottlo of Hyomel and fUli instruc tions fur use foronly ll0 And If It tails to euro aorta or ic catarrh asthma broutaltlv croup or coughs ann ho will Klvo you your money beak the who suffers from oatarrh after such an offer as that must like to nulU spit and hued what Mr Q V Lowe Kayia I have used llyomol foi a cusp of nasal catarrh which bull bothered mo for a that fly oinel killed tho disease get uave me the Mitch sought and needed toilet Frow this experience t know Hyomel to a reliable and I wife U tlw praise and tee onimendatloi that It deserves u F Lowe RKVP No 7 Alle au Mich September 10 1008 Ind estkxiIt tvllann ttosnach misery soar atom the Curs In Wo many w the ell run hay stride aunt bo won orally disgusting long time tIIIy tho rlUK lIt bit city MIoNA bclcl lIlalU OINII tabletSold by n E 10101110I r agent over person whetw ham rent ach tilt LANCASTER Colored Fair August 12 13 14 09 RED LEAFChampion show stallion of Kentucky Temple Hill Stock Farmyire of lien Htir winner tf grand championship Now York Lady Hed Loaf winner walktrot claKH Chl inn anti the urey udillnir Hint woo nnitiTii and liBjnesH classes at tho Kentucky Slate Fair H08 and snore liluli show I inrscs mid tuums than any stallion In Kentucky 3 25 to Insure a Colt and a Good One Or 1250 Cash at Time of Service R 13 GODDARD Hurrodsburff Ky clu l I AEEAZLEYI I floe t a I 3r UNDHRTAKHR iAl1crlal tell Cavity DIulll Strsvh Embalwlag- OGnsla L LINK Of Ul IITSNU STOCK- Il FULL UUUTAI 80118Swvs IN Ttr r r Ab People xrA Writ Mention of Hn John Mcdcr of WIW lloro this week Mr niidMm nro VIMI VoodrVllllllln imbsoii fur a fdw Kfcd mono trite of Danville wo hero last Bonnier V ut In at homo for v Tlio iViUoldory club met Friday Men 0 0 llruwn lor u rin of CuTliitflun IN with Ins many fflcndu- V Mildred HunJoy IN In Stanford hcrdauithtur Mm Win llayN Ir George Smith and Miss Miller ere vlRlturN In Ural Orchard Sun Anne HoblnNon IN vlslllinr her Mr Jaooli ItoUlnson or Dan i yule MlMM Nanoy Walker rind Alum Litwon wore vlslturn In Uinvillo lid r urdiiy y J Joseph mid S D Ccliruii were f roolectcd trustees of the Graded Wade Walker In In fpr a vlilt to Dr mid Mrs Franklin Walker Mrs Jumn A Holder and children arc nl homo from A visit to Stanford rclrttlvcsMr H Klkln now of Danville Ills wife for fcevcral diiyn visit rile put week Mr and Mrs Will Mayn of Taint b recent visitor of thr Frntiojs- Mr Win liirnan of Omahn In lure for a vIMtto her sinter llurtkt llutlsun J 1rfco has returned frtim vlKU to liar RlKtur Mr Mubry TalUhiiwr Kla- ll Hirt W WMI l nt Imme after a recuperative nuy for rhuiimntlim Wo lonrn that JI Hamilton will arrive from tho Norton Infirmary of IxuUvlllo today J 0 llotnplilll Jr has returned ham a vUlt to his father J t llomp hlll In LiHilSTllle Mesdames Hello llurnnldo and Larry I JotKs nro bask from a Hhort visit to KvuUvlIlp frlomlK of Stanford wnn with in bllurliiv In Inlvrmt of the Lincoln county fair Hey C 0 nrowrn niU lilt pulpit herS Sunday except the llrht when ho Junction city Win It Cook loft Saturday for a YlMl to her friend Mrs Thooduro Wlnternmllli of LuiiUvlllc John M Farm returned UDmn to liorRlMnr Mrs Ooor o A MoUiburt of CovlnuKin- MciidMmrRjoc UUVKS of Itlalimond and James Layton of Cincinnati vie Itcd Mrs J I annoy this week Ilarry Itoblnon of Danville has tho recent guest of hU parontK Mr and Thomas II lloblnson Mf and George D Ilublnson Imvo been recent visitors of Mr and Mrs Thomas It Slavln of Danville JcITcrKon Trlbble a deserving young man of Illchmond Inn accepted c po filtloii with the electric MrsXT Uico mud little daughter Carollnr of Illchmund urn uucstit of Dr II F Walter IK In his olJIce a week visit to his brothorn 1 u Ie H lug In l J 111111 IIoorAI days with t tho rest q Ii iirllt with I Itltllllit lilt O Imp t ft 1 r Snltoul 1oIlji ell I 1 I II Judge Ii trolll c 1 1 lion Jess A herllon lAin Mrs Mrs has lIlt A Mrs light ouuipnuy iJIw eernse- rGo isi 1i mgr end IyThoae Wt At I- nea ee elllly Iexlbgtuu interail ilhy Io his brplhcr tit ids triontlt- More vts i MIL e r i Mrs lemI vine r y was with R Islek hove sell s 1 r Mrs Mrs IlotSprings t every a been Mrs Davidsonafter MfMr and W Walter of Mncoln Mr A Jt Miles and daughter AHiiriw will leave today for Louts flute to attend the Southern llnptlut convention Mr W H Urnwn of Mnlnlonh Fla with a friend took upper with Ins brother llcv 0 U Drown ono cvo nlim last week Mr John Orcenlcaf nod dauuhtir Mist Van of Hlclilnonil visited lilt sister Emma Knuffnian Satur day and Humlav- IlrlstawRnnn of Mr and Mm Conn of this place Im accepted n position In the city of LcxlDKlon Ho Is Chaffcur at the Ihoenlx Ur and Mrs H P Grant and dauxh Misses LUIS and Ktlcl of Dan ville visited Mr and Mrs JCd Price the first of the week Mr and Mrs II A hoeing now of Milwaukee but tho latter formerly MM Olivia Hwccnoy of this city have Just recently purchased nlco home and acne to house keeping In thou adopted abode Ma and Ilaynca of HHWoro Ohio aro guests of her par ents Mr and Mrs W II Mason Maj llaync li editor and proprietor of the Trl Weekly Dispatch tho mostporu lar journal of that city Tho marrlauoof Miss baste Elkin to Mr Richard Mcncfro Newland toott place Wednesday evening at 8 oclock nt tho Curial Ian church Miss KiUlu entered tho church with her father and was moat at tho chancel by Mr Nowland crud his best man Mr Thomas Nowland of Danville Lit tie Misses Virginia Cowherd and Ellen Franklin wore lower Rlrls Master Barker Cbcathatn and John Williams uclcd ai paifcs Miss Letty Webb was u most charming maid Men rs Thom as anti Walter Klkln were the ushers During line ceremony Mrs Frank C Cowhcid snug Call Mo Thlno Own MM KcnneltnlHO rendered a beauti ful musical programme Shortly after thin ceremony Mr aod Mrs Newlntid left fur an extended Southern Coupler Journal The following Invitation has been received by tho friends of Mr James T Junes sun of J A Jones one of Lancaster best citizen Mr and Knttclbcrt Kmlngcr- rqrueNt tho honor of your presence at tho marriage of their daughter Bertha Helen to James T Jones on Wednesday May tho nineteenth ono thousand olio hundred and nine at 230 oclock Macedonia Mo Mr and Nowland will be at homo to their friends In Stanford May 20th Mrs Nowlund will ba re membercd hero as the attractive and niece uf Sam Johnson Mr and Mrs JoscphuH WashliiKton Hokcr your prcsoncal the marriage of their duUKlitur Angelina Maudo Hooker While the I Vi lllMl 111 at eight oclock Lancaster Kentucky Admission W 15 and CO cts at McUobcrU Drug Store Miss Klta Ross U on the slcli list Wesley 1arsoi has been very sick but Is Improving Miss Ilntilc Kay spcntSunday bight with tho Misses Simpson Mr Sherrow Mrs J C nur dolt and sun Walker and Mr Koiiel attended preaching at M t Olive last Sunday they took dinner at Mr Charlie Colters Hunch Ray and family visited Mr HarrUon tar arch wife at O A W son J a III ell good garage tart Mrs Utlv C r Mrs after request tier St curt iluusu Wednesda May nine ell hundred BII J Jesse u Ft wife Mrs the young trip Mrs Mi visitor Mrs to- If stet eleenth due Loyd Mrs T Mrs Buckeye GILES Tho stork lint DKAII rattle n visit to our community and gladdened tho homo of L D Heynolds by leaving n charming little buy May 10th Mr Ham Moborly had n nlco milk cow to run mad last week Clyde tho handsome little son of Mr and Mm Moses lluinpliroy lint hoot very sick but Is now Improving and we hopo will soon bo well twain Mr and Mrs Ed Chandler woro Mr and iJavli lost week Sunday schooLjs ptoKresslnjr nicely nt Chapel Lot parents como out and bring their children liro E H Hill Illlcd Ins regular ap polnlmont at Chapel last Sunday and a largo crowd attended Mrs Richard Trow visited her par ents Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Fuln are vlsltlnit friends In Jcssamlnecounly this week We are glad to report that Mrs llaymond McOulley who lint been very sick Is Improving fast ENGLAND HAS INFLUENZA Call Dogs and Other Domestic Anl mare Suffer from Epidemic Some Cuts Fatal Even tho domestic animals In have not been tree from tho pro valllhft vpldemlc of Influenza Many hones are Included In tho lIt of vie time of tho disease and their ayrnp toms are very like those of human bo have a form of Influenza cold In a few cases It I fatal Tho best authorities do not believe they can communicate tho disease to their owners Cab groat sufferers and their symptoms are exactly like those of a human being They can catch tho nl ment from men or women and can communicate It to others In turn The lucky outdoor animals at the zoo have always escaped the flu and the apes last winter were free from It but the previous year they had a dreadful tune of It and ono chimpanzee Their symptoms were uncannily human oven to tho de pression which followed- It was plain from their behavior that tho orange and chimpanzees suf fared from headache They also lost tholr appetites and catarrhal Indica lone were noticed It was a trying tlmo In Iho monkey house for sick monkeys are painfully like sick BO tho keepers at the zoo say and Inst winter they were watched carefully to subdue at the start any other out breaks of Influenza colds among the It I always very contagious monkey form to other monkeys but tho keepers did not catch It at all The flu seems to last longer among tho apes than It dora with the other animal and leaves them as weak as the strong man U when he finally conquers this enemy LIVESTOCK NOTES A good fleece on tho back of a sheep Is money In the pocketFill up all the hog wallows and provide your swine with clean water to bathe In A hog does not like a dirty bath any better than you like It Handle the In such a way that they will bo gentle Tho gentle cow almost Invariably the mot milk In feeding calves by band keep the calves drinking pall aa clean as you do the milking palls This will lessen tho danger of scours and other call ailments aving a firtclasa Steam Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them any debth For further information writeJ E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky Mrs more of the London logs aro died men lapel owners cows gives Well lling u vis- Iting last Dogs 1 Business Items l i naglUa W romi llH body tmrtmj 0 ityr U Hr KHrrtTWt ThRcuttlVntur Hint cultivate 67iHf JU cldou Ur i Altrtnl Hi M OkuUjld byJlutaUl For Sale i Kuuntfin WIIH lust NliK 1 room ejttatfrhiullc liitfA v Big West Danville nddl 1900 One awny absolutely free toij ttent al be UH rce his a salt In ll a house and mittfc good inujior in the Invest handles the tn Notice To Creditors rcruoHtecl U licit I qulrwl bylurt 5 73t Kestniiraftt liusltJ or prices Big tot at Stanford Ky Jiurday 1009 Dunn of Danville IlluililyrCJjrifimtne hit beautifully TSIuout Dont tend this sale z J p low dtflfoHJnI fllIrt lI 1 uh 6T I M h Jlllura1uuuUUIlt4 IU Om se thl rllmn i r Tnlha l 1 W 6 JL IdoulllpgI A rr mncllIM1 conlrst mf R Lot nln Hoot Stn lit II t ar Sul r Ili to rid r vo rasa MOth ePllo JoIL u c catpetfaIttHttluttO- sMrl WIIrWofd- r1t Rlitrrvl4MtnuL- N klrlMinwwKU11 r S N 1 1 rCSirHah ererNrfctsrnrNlSila r 20tUla I11YJ11 wlrJ- lydrwsab tkrptTT t Ix r jLLulaLiiluyt Dior n fisnun ge S nnreon doors cot to w atltf4ef gCfatOrRllRSehlalllttWt rwiJ er o rime 1Imrs lay crRbnt 110 f ice Craam SapperpyadI 1C st- cl d r1Glfr w u 1- 1flfs t 36 Loath NIcE inn r w tiye b IilI i J 1 1 o n e In- plc o r u n Hey tut fl n6 Sale a to D to lot vet Dun fall the 1utvlll My 20th 1 n1i11tY lucky u ro draw lot- To nvcsl rte lot D 2i tit Inct Im 6Q o est n It rig aril a I s Ic r w- IY 1 tl o tip n er n J ytt- I f yo r by ms ket for n- g0coyr t bac aril sto 1tIR aside ces n u bgl ding iii- Wlthc t n tin icr nd 0 tf his S ny res urant I III- abl to d vot al ay tip t- St a inn I tch it st cet t it g- of any ol 6y of n roc often Yr r e Th To on n re 1r pal i wl h ollier I itredla vy II ed a TrJ l ls n Card 1laving aa h Orocey and s i w es inn Ili uskn I It Nln hu t inys1beavdo rit to- nu Yn t ne ie ucd 4 i uI we icl e cola ti w I IIly ww- ipub V1 best lilttip toth11 hi ne 1011 ale 4a hndl 171ut Og tits atl Icatt brig onie of eI d 1 os 1 I II Om lot FI r t tar l vrlte 1lurtdta 1 ea ntd- MdurtY Stunfnrd Ky 5436- Wo uropreparcd lu regular uiplct TOa sail pUtla evil P IYn f ut- so a no torrat 2 perm Y epctIU du ur- d p tit c wnA wI- nn g ucurJlehno Ada S a eh time cvgry ncW w ill Q give a co t isaly fr e r s fir 1 stunT unepo tlIll e d befuo f v d a nro lucatcdr the rallroa and ire hurt f Shield Not the most freakish but the most stylish not the most expensive but the most reasonable In other words the best all round Clothing made to sell at seven prices within the following ranges Mens Clothing 10 the Lowest 20tlie Highest Boys Clothing 300 tine Lowest 00 the Ilighc Thats why Shield Brand Clothing is so popular and people buy it again and againThen too the price is attached to the sleeve in plain figures as well as the word GUARANTEED- Look them over and you will be clothes wiser whether you buy or not Special For One Week Best Grain Popper only lOcts Best Brass Wash- Board each Best Machine Oil Sets 10 Heron shirts worth 100 only COc each 33 inch shooting only Co yard Sanders Hicks Stone KV and Lovd KY po v I sin Vic CECILIAN PARK v DANVILLK KKNTUCKY Stallions for Service 1909 Gambetta Wilkes 2 1 9i 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 nod race horses In the world nil colts won more premiums nt the WofIds Columbian Exposition titan that of any other sire Ills dcccndants did the snore at the Worlds Pair held at St I ous Ills dcccndarits a re noted for thclrgamcncss and good disposition the road on the track or In the show ring Dr Munson 4 years old RICe record ao8f tine champion 4 year old ing stallion of 1907 Will stand at 20 to insure a living General Brightheart Race record 219 Trial in a race 213 trotting WUlstatul at 20 to insure a living colt Gen Adelle 4 year old Race record 210J trial in a race 207 WHf stand at 15 to Insure a living colt Dr Munson 208J Gon Briglithoart 219 Gen Adollo 210J arc all sons of Gambetta Wilkes 2191- I Mares will be kept at 100 per week at owners risk v Mates sold or parted with forfeit insurance and season becomes due For stallion cards and other information address Q C P CECIL Danville Kentucky THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBERTS Irest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier D V Ti R I Elkin We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank Just Received CAR OF Washington Red Cedar Shingles CAR OF Southern PINE Shingles Also Lumber Flooring Ceiling Sand Brick Lime Cement Etc Call and get prices before buying Lancaster Kentucky tt1O J I j I I f I JEI i n H Aut C tshier BookKeeper OOC I I I j I I LANOAST LuMj MfCID i I I OOCOOC OOC oooOOCOOVOOC i w M 6 6 1I rtl fr AY c Iw k r I i whether on pace colt r e e l fOtOt0000000Q 00oo00oo0 A p I r OF 35 MAGNIFICENT BUILDING LOTS IN BEAUTIFUL WEST DANVILLE Thoro will be offered at public auction without reserve or bybid 35 of the most desirable building lots in West Danville on Thursday May 20th 1909 Promptly at 1 oclock r VKST DANVILLK is located in the very heart tine growing residential district of the city new houses I THIS SPLKNDIQpauMivislou fronts upon one of the most magnificent country estates in Kentucky and crudtcd and the demand for dwellings in this particular section is far beyond the supply II all the lots Is wjt10Ht doubt t0 taj growling section of Danville within easy reach of water electric lights sewerage and gas I Several payment of taxes AU lots except those the Perryvllle pike are 50x300 feet and those on the pike are 60x950 A Splendid Will Be Given Away FREE On The Day of Sale Itach holder of a ticket will be registered ami the holder of the lucky number must be present In person when the drawing takes pleat A Brass land will be in attendance Danville reputation as an educational center is too Y fart finiid to Mmiln notice here It may be mentioned that the Kentucky School for the Deaf Central University of Kentucky Cnldwcll College Danville Business College numerous private schools and the best public school hore ns well as handsome churches of nil denominations Danville terminal point of the Southern Railway nod the divisional point of the Queen Crescent route Hundreds of railroad people ore mov I lie city U thy one available residence section for these people When these lots are sold all available building sites iu this section will havebeen practically taken so now is the time to buy To the no better Investment con he found Terms liberal and made known on day of sale 4 DUNN ADAMS Heal Estate Agents Danville Kentucky Wa HfWHfl lC PUB Lie S ALEci t Q t t D f of hall a house on all cduld he rented to desirable less than twentyfour hours Wcst is entails al the whero nil the advantages of the be enjoyed et without the of thc be offered trout on the Perryville pike and are the cream of the whole subdlvision 1- 1f fronting on t Lot ABSOLUTeLY fi special itJ the state Ire Is the into West 1- Q I iora1Q q OtOfO 10 0 I 1 1000 QtQtIo NH t t IHOQtO ttQf Qt tJ 1 JQlQotQQ litliotliJiI q IfttQt QtQm 0l L u aU 7U r 4iMaNr 1 a F w arch to liotfered them tenants in Iam a nna to barely city limits tow y I t 1 I lug lanillc speculator otaS f09oSOlr l otavaI t ccwtx os t w o l t taiol ttt olrltatt s 1 aw SILVER WOOD b ala Iou of Far Wood IdfiW record 1 S7lf brother WooIZllJijilrt nf lady Conitibllni f illMindrlghl otheta Mat Wouil 2271 Ron of Nut Wood ID rccoil 9il J lire nf Manager 9 if luck Heart Addle I lllt U and IM other Nut Wood 100 record 2181 I Sliver Wood lit dun frlncci by Vatican 1W J IIM8 he by Vatican dam Itamblrlonlan II Fir WIKKI 1il7l rerurd 2271 lit dam Ki ra ditm of No Wood Nora Wood lilni Nora Wllkrs Byneo Wllkei J191 J Nut Wiod COO record 2181 lit diem wit ttUMrlldam of Maud to Nor Son of Ill h LUj Florist fowl Deltuont tin S2Iwj JJ IV Morrow Graduate Optician Olauui Httcdi Butlifacllou Ouarautced Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 omce Honra 8am to 12 1pm to 4 omce over Stormei Drug Store I B F VAIJrER DENTIST Phone 05 Lancaster Ky rK ennyI DENTIST Office over Mla Millinery H J County Surveyor PlIOXE 2i9J Office corner Lexington 81 and Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and District Court Office over Police Court Phone 104 Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KKNTUCKV M HOUSEN Only White Barber- In Town Agent Danville Steam Laundry North ilddot Public Square HR A B PRICEw- ill pracl- lcSDentil try at his h imp Jtlnhmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts E C Testto Pr H I Cat j Veterinary Surgeon aid Dentist Graduate Chicago Veterinary Col Inc Danville Hioue M Will b al Ilurtou lUblu every court day A POSITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF and will cure any ease of Dandruff or Itching scalp the dandruff and prevents falling hair It will the A ondleoye scalp clean and everywhere pie EL W Co St Louis For tie at Mollot erU Drugstore Ask fur sample Subsciibe for flecofdi Aruold TIN LEY U S INSURANCE for r J Successor or Write for Am I 4 a e y pMS IN11ISSSM V eeee eaee4ne eeee ZEMO give heath Bller Wood nhoutil make one nf the grcateM iloekhortM In Kentucky lit because lie U hacked up by chin of beet blood bo found All good hones run beck horses Suit UeMi he U on oflhoritndtitlonklii I rear old horiti I ever saw lie li IW hands tilth good bone fine iityte end nnlihb1iick end white Ireland lie l rood to hitmen had no work fort eed but h can show fMO gall any time ullli all wound high true action Kach day Iho market calls tunic clearly for true high and balanced action clear trot and beauty and his them all and I cst rt why he nhontd tint make Kentucky more famom by Slim Wood will be kept during the a on of 1909 at my In IjMimif Ky std will I permitted to mares at the very low price of HIM to Insure a living colt I am prepared to care for stock from a lance at reasonable price but no rcipouilbllliy aiinred or accident or encapei of stock corn milted lo my rare thai un to the tall a lilt dl cite end tit fsrnll Ice of surer Just broke trail Isle get stable 4rre ae good NABOTH JRNalwtliJrli rlcli rod S rcr old snit lull III lirfliU lilnliwtlnln mi end of winilff fill beauty haring A runur neck rarr ln it nile tell U perfect with iip rb all round Mtlmi ami like nil tot old Naboth ti ha gnat natural mnil greeter cllii bo on ml lit th oj Kentucky I dealer In tot tiln them for nil markets In Dili country I am iitixlitui lo encourage tha brunt r of horw4 to cnilluu to rl o tidier Ai It generally Vnowu there Uincr ltjrofn oillior t iiil Ihonomilubltftorthu Kittlern bring fancy If breeders irimM ralio Number Otto they tmul lo the kind o Nabnttt Jr lieyomt In n hut will product tli market dfmmuliiitlul fcrvililcli li willing to priced I pnrchaiiedlhlinrealjotiiiir tllllon at Nney leonine In IIM also style action lieaiitynnd breeding 1 had hone worked ti stepped it ml In 9 ill If like JOH can get kind of horirthr breeding to Nnhoth Jr You will note OMXtbnth ItamblelGiilmi 10 Old Menicnger mlle lied Wilkes Ucorie Wllkri ManbrlnO thief Pilot Jr mid Hurry flay IKDKIUCK fly Kuloth 10016 1 He by W 1 liish in JIM sari of Latitude M U mid ictrrat nthem In Dm list Watnlnihnmby leorn Wllkm Old Nabolhn lint dam Tln l by MrMenner tlnrock ton son nf lUnihlrtonlan Second dun BeM to Jmne llonell Jr by lUmblelunlan Third dmn Je l flayrw by Marry Clay i fourth item by Liberty of by American Kcll Me enjerthlef Jr byOIrt MeMeliferChlel Pccoml dam by Grit Davis by Ned Wllkr Third them Tboroofhbred- NabolbJr will bek ioiio 1909 l my tncA ler Ky mid will be permitted U erveraare low price IVOO to liunre A living colt I urn prepared to cure for itnck from it diabetics nt reasonable prices bit no re pon assumed for accident or escapes of stoat commuted lo ray euro NOTIOKI the roll won the ttni champion colt t ke itlin Ihe of the winner of the yearling ttake t the tancMlrr Fair IWH v lid hone gaited hone 11111 in II hone not fancy trll the nIl priers hones take right doohl Ihlll 0 Iho till 101 10 high a pare begets right atlhon his the blood 119 eon Sbolh Jr Fir dol IIy nflulf very Jr Is the of that a bay Ie a bug end lie a spect heroes State hate bead lean market the the mare dreg nil horse that pay dire 8J days and like the that this of shier once the sable In at the Naloth sire sire NV B BURTON LANCASTER KENTUCKY G = = = = r eeaeeoaeeeee J CARDS I KENTUCKY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs fur loot as arus reported Olllcers of fairs are rtquesled to report to stuns or correction of dates LANCASTER Lancaster Fair Col Aug days Stanford July days Henderson July 27 6 days Georgetown Julv 27 6 days MadlsoDvllle August days Winchester AuxustS I days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August 0 0 days Taylorsvllle August 10 4 days Uniontown August 10 6 days Ifurrodsburif August days Leltcutield Auuust 17 4 days Barboursvllle Autrust days Brodhead August 18 3 days August days Ewlng August 10 3 days Shelby vllle August days Lundon August 24 4 days Florence August 25 4 days Frankfurt August 31 i days Ilardlnsburtr August days Tompklnsvllle September days Fern Creek September days Rardstown September days Hodgenvllle September days Monticello September days Glasgow September days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 13 0 days Scottsvllle September 16 3 days Redford October days Berea August C 0 and Farm and Stock Sheep keep the land free from words and convert the same Into a valuable commodity They are the most easily managed animals and do not tramp a Held and lot like other and one can turn them Into fields to pick up waste where other animals could nut he tol erated and thus save a vast and oth erwise actual loss Using as a theory that an egg de composes owing to the entrance of bacteria through the shells an En glish firm has adopted a method of preserving eggs by first disinfecting them and then Immersing them In a vessel of hot parafUne In a vacunm The air In the shell Is extracted by a vucunm and atmospheric pressure Is then allowed to enter the vessel and the hot wax Is pressed Into the pores of all the shell which thus hermeti cally seals It Evaporation of the contents of the egg which has a harm ful effect Is thereby prevented and the egg Is practically sterile The pickled eggs and others artlU clally preserved will frequently break on being poached but the eggs pre served by this novel process It Is stated are quite free from such fault Exchange This Is a busy month In the orchard and garden dig out boers cut out black knots spray for codlingmoth look out for cHmblng cutworms on young trees watch uut that new grafts are not Injured by lice nor smoothered by shouts from the stuck pull oft blossoms from very young trees premature hull bearing stuntsgrowth and throw two forkfulls of manure around each newly tree Do the last after a rain the manure keeps the mulsture In the ground and Insures a good start BUCKEYE Enl Carter who has been quite sick U reported some better Miss Mae Hnaddus was a visitor In Ulclimond lust week Miss Llnnle Preston of Stone was the week end guest of the MUses Dickerson Dr and Mrs 0 M Hendren visit ed In Nlcholativille Thursday Mrs Hiram Ray has returned home after a few days visit to her Mr L Sanders of Crab Orchard Mrs Mike Ray visited Mrs Mollle Payne of tttone the latter part of the weekJohn Peat haa returned to his home at Moreland after a few weeks visit to IIIN alster Mrs J 0 liogie Mr and Mrs A 0 Mlles visited relatives at Qryantivllle last week onils 123 213 35 113 183 Shepherd vllle 83 245 313 15 15 14 73 71 84 12 7 daughter L u9 any JULY 283 DAYS yolk art nut aa JUDSON Mr Walter Simpson Is very sick at this writing Miss Mallsse Lane of Madison Is with her sister Mrs Mary Turner who li very low with consumption Mrs Liza Ray bought a cow and calf from Bub Clark for 150 Misses Lvda Mae end Nell Ray were the charming visitors of Misses Leila and Mayme Calico Sunday Mr Bob Simpson visited relatives at Valley View part of last week Mr Kirby Teater sold a pair of mules to John Prultt for 1200 Little Miss Julia Mae Walker en tertalned a number of her little friends very pleasantly at a birthday party Monday afternoon Mr John Ray bought two yearling calves of Wllle Ray at 127 1 sometimes wish I were a trust As big as all creation Id make a corner which I guess Would stagger any nation Id corner all the pretty girls Red cheeks and curls aflowlng And keep them from the other chaps Now wouldnt that be going Boston Herald The Provoking Part of It Wives are such a provoking clan of society for though they are never right they are never more than halt wrong Thomas Hardy Severe Operation- I never saw anybody that suffered from throat trouble at much as my Uncle George used to said Mrs Lap sling He had It so bad that finally the doctors had to make an Incision In his sarcophagus and remove a par of It Like Page from the Past Rhodes still survives a medieval In all Its defensive war gear of tower and curtain and keep It U the city which the Knights of St John erected In the midst of the Uyiantlnoa after they had been driven out of Jerusalem In the early fourteenth cen Jury Probably few travelers realize how well preserved the tremendous fortifications and dwellings are Commissioners Sale if GARRARD C1RCIHT COURT PIT Y DeftV S Leavell virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at Its March term 1909 In the above action I as Master will on MONDAY MAY 24th 000 between the hours of 10 am and 2 p m It being county court day sell to and at the court house dour in described real property On Camobell In tho city of Lancaster county and Is the same real estate that was cun veyed to Victory Leavell by Robert L Underwood and wife deed dated 121h Nov 1004 and recorded In deed book 20 page 82 Garrard county clerks office same orig In two lots but now one boundary but are described In two as follows to wit Said iota are low number 8 and 0 In said Bakers addition lot Nu 8 fronts on the West side of Campbell street with tile leptb of 195 feet running back lo of way of the K C R R and lot 7 ou the north and lot No U on the south and It contains 58 poles Lot No 0 Is bounded on the east street on the north by No 8 on the west by tho K 0 R R and the south lot No 10 said lot having fronted on OU ft with a depth of IDS ft containing 68 poles 8 also has frontage Said lots will be sold ai a whole apd tho sale Is made for the ol realizing Defls debt Interest and cost which U approximately on day of sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required to execute payable to the undersigned Master chase money bearing 6 cent Inter pst per annum front date of until tho force and effect of a Judgment which execution paid at maturity A lien will also be upon the land sold for the payment purchase moneyJ M ROTH WELL Master Comr Oarrard Circuit Court J R Atty for Pit Thll II I a Turner VII n Lraid Kentucky tile street Uarr rd un SIIII ft 1295 00 solo MUO city rind WT Commissioner the highest fallowing Ill Sh Robinson w r- 3I 25 Above U u fair likeness of Niibutli Jr Ownttl by V H Hitrton Lnucutcr Ky I VERDICT 1621 Will make reason of 1 0 at my place mile from Idin caster on loor pike Verdict li chritnut hand coming with aa much natural style and action a any italllon living at Site Many mare or gelding yon will lee combining all the nualllle ai to looki breeding style and action that go to make a great sire and a llril laii prodncer If the law of nature rcpeali Ilieltlhal like begets llkelhen you hue an Ideal stock hone In Verdict 1 claim that Verdict curler more of the blood of Old Peulno curd Waihlugton Denmark than any hone living ai hli breeding u 111 show Verdict career ai a ihotr horse hat rarely been equaled vrlnnluj ai al year old and at a a ilralghl tbrough the Fair Circuit without a break closing hli cane patgn at the 1wiUvllle horse Show by winning two first ties In his class and wlrnlng second In hli class for itallloni any age thus going against the pick of the aged ilallloni from Kentucky Tcnnenee and M Uncurl In a ring of fifteen horiei Verdicts show career wm cut short In I OJ by ilcknen only showing at Richmond and teimgton where he won Hrit premium In aged italllon class In lOOt Verdict had fully recovered from cud alter making a hoary leaton heihowed Ant at Klrkirlllc where he won thclJCOitako for beit etalllon mare or also flril for best aged alalllon show was al Islington where he won Ant then to llarrodiburg where he won tint In aged itallloni first In Rtrcepitakei Is entrlei find In combined ring and flrit In model ring at fair Verdict met with an unfortunate accident which kept him from going to Ibo Lonlivllle horse Show for which he prepared under the able urvlilon Of Mat 8 Cohen PedigreeVe- rdict Hit sired by CeroOordoIffWi by Illack Squirrel 68 by Illack Eagle 71 i by King Vllllami 7 by Washington Denmark 64 Verdlela don Jay Bird 1014 81 2d dam by Young DUmond he by Diamond Denmark U by Washington Denmark SI Cero Oordoidam Xln King lllchard hebyPeavlnelV Ring lilcharda dam Pharos thor by Im ported fharo Mlia Klchmonda dam Jenny Lynn Ml by Stonewall Jackson 7Jt hy Waihlnglon Denmark You will tee that Verdict traces three time lo Old 1eavlue and three Waihlngton Denmark thus combining the boat of two of the greatest show hones that ever lived Verdict will be Allowed to Serve Maser al house dark hls illness JIll iccond being liT leavine I lIIcnmonrl 61 times to ITI3RM8 a i5 e7er old year year old gelding this war specially Gel by Pearii eSt To Insure a Living Colt In which event a Lien li retained on the colt for the service fee Cue taken lo prevent accldeuti but not reiponilble should occur A AT WalkerOn Poor Pike four and one half n lIes from Lancaster coy house FARMERS COLUMN I Space below this beading the exclu lIe our subscriber and N the sale sock gralu siitt such things on arm aa the tanner cannot afford to adm tile No notice will be accepted over lines sad will be only lu two issues the Utcoho free charge II have 100 barrels of corn for sale E R Spcako I have for salo the best Duroe sow In the county 0 B Lcdforo I have 100 barrels of white corn for sale T A Elkln I have a BrownManlln cultivator good as new that I will sell cheap Phono 229y J W Walker I have a Duroc male hug subject to register for sale Milt Ward 1 have 0000 2 foot boards foi sale cheap J F Thompson 6 miles on Crab Orchard pike I have a good 4yearold harness mare sound and gentle for sale Phone 374R Alfred Owens I have a tine Poland China male hog fur sale Robert Fox Marksbury Ky Phone 2 t3H Silver Laced Wyandot eggs for sale 73 cents per 10 Mrs J A Rice Marksbury Ky Telling the Truth Sometimes laid Uncle Men you tools It yoh duty to tell a friend da truth But do chances are youll ha 10 disagreeable bout It dat hell alt matt an all de benefit Wash ington Star Boys will be Boys and are always getting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burnt or scalds Dont neglcct such things they may result serious If you do Apply Ballarda Snow Liniment to directions rlnht away and It will relieve the pain and heal the trouble Price 25o 60 and II 00 R K McRoberts 1m I for of farmer for of lour of of lose eSSNe00054 ante according r Ly SHERIFFS SALE Land on Execution By virtue of execution No 170 In of the Proctor Coal Cu against Jamlma B K Corder icy led March 11 1009 end execution No 1U1 In favor of Kellogg Co against Jemima Cordcr levied April 1UOU Both of said executions directed to me and Issued from of Oar rard Circuit Court I uncut my dep m being for Our rard before tho court house door In Ky expose tain lot of ground and brick business and therun described as follows to wit Being in tho city of Lancaster Oar rard county on corner or Campbell and IlufonlHl reels on the an alley on the South by the property of the hubs and on lin log lot Nu 35 on of the of Lancaster containing about i acre and same property conveyed to A Jones and wife May 18 1007 deed book No 22 Garrard County Clerks onice The said B K Cordiir being entitled to a hnmeHtcud in said property of the value of 11000 This made subject to said homestead and over and above said hutnetcad realized fruit this salo by virtue of execution In hands will bo sold to satlsf said execution or so much thereof ns follows or Coal Co 133021- Ki cond Kellogg Co 37 60 Total debts sold tor 1171 42 THUMB Dale will bo made on a credit of o month with bond with upprovrd required from purchaser Bald bond Interest at rule of 0 cent per annum from of sale until paid Bald bond having Ihe force and of a sale which execution may Issue If not paid Given under my hand as sheriff of Qarrard county April 21 luoo- P A ARNOLD Bherlll Qarraril County Ky Kttplng W d from the Mind If you dont want dull thoughts to come you must keep them away n 1 keep the weed out niy bit of den I nil the bed 10 ffll of lloweri that there Unt any room for wood Daniel Quorm OJ favor Jorder and Olork ullce uttell will on Monda May 2l tho o IO a m and 2 stunt L fur sale hlilhelit lldder cer luuso 1st Uo by Cum ell street tit plat Ky nil Jenll a Curder Iween hours K to tit a theSE t First she k gab 146REX AROUCKbE Grcnt Combined Stallion Will season of 1000 N fnrtn 4 milts frmu Lancaster on Ulclimond pike at 2S fret a Ulvln Ioal DENNY Utmcaster OO OO J the III J I 21 BROTHERS i rIAOO i00t00 1 stake Decoy Stonewall Jackson Jr Thin nile black italllon was sired by the great saddle breeding italllon Stone wall Tilt dam was a Denmark mar He li a nice coll He hat coin lo hli good breeding Will Hand at 1 lo insure tw ill veaulng time We bold a lIfO on all coin nnill paid for Darren mare made to stud by the Impregnator We nave tel uc et liithlibreedllK Billy Breckinridge This tine was sired hy Major John I llarrlt Imported Jack ill will snake the eaion of 1909 my tall al Is to Insure a roll until weanln lime lllig li f ItMu iny farm lo how for lib good krredlng He l aiure foal getter A T TKAYIOR SONS 1leaianl Hill Breeding Farm Stanford UK I No I SIHm BOLTACRAT 47417 iJoocOOCJOOC Old prove blACk Jack I hOW 011 L saddle tolls 6 He will stake the1 season of 11KX at our Stable on Herring avenue itt 16 to Insure Living Colt BOLTAPRAT record 221 Is a libel stallion by ilurmiula 6871 clam Clinic Mack by Camp Ferguson 19 grand dam Thorne Jr by Mumbrlno etcBermudas sire Is by Banker 1114 dam Iuttlo Patchen Boltacrats cults have record bettor than 230 Ills Kilt Crapsliooior 21 1 III Tics 2171 Leo Muck 2221 Leo J 02271 JooTnylor and 220 Bermudas cult all have records under 230 us Is oho the case of Utrto Muck Boltacralw dam thus proving that ho is from u strain of winning stock himself be Pug a winner Money positively due If maro Is with or bred to another animal We are not responsible for accidents should any occur We will oleo stand at same tine and placeDaws Hughes Jr At 800 to Insure a Living Cult Black Jack in hands high who has shown some of the best cults In Our rard County J Z H C HAMILTON Lancaster Kentucky MVK STOCK MA11KKT CINCINNATI UNION nocK VAIID8 May tj Uatllo IOK sheep ltec lpl JIM 4801 4U- ShtpmtnU 21 M- OATriKi Shipper VWQtttn- Ultra 4B7J- tlutchcr itvera vitrn 0 JVM t0 hood lo choice eMUtt l Common lo fair 4 will K riooil to choice A V U U Common to fair stxViiirt Cows itr ftxvtatu loot lo Choice 4 It Join in oil lo V MUM W- fanner II KKjH 71- lllllll balogim I y 4 M- Kutra Ct no- Katbulli 4 TVtlAtn- OAlVKSl etr 74 fair lo MVS K Couimuu ami large 3 03 1 n ooit ack r and lmlch r 7 4 I1 60- Mli i ack ri w 7Vrt7 Slant i I V 574- Uamnioii la choice heavy lowa A IV4 1 no Light llp r anWAToo B KKIielr Uoinmou to air loodtocbclo to air I tutor 2231 2 lIelfvueatr IIIIjtllrl tllj Ii hair M II goal II II lilt I 10 11M A acg1I VII II G II 101110 tlo fat Pigs OtO lbs amt 23 lda0u b oil to oholce 4 wg 4 ftY94fo- IAMSi eatra 9110 l4 vo Spring Lamb I Q0- r Cream taifugo VIITES 7 7 i7 ia7G7VVfl IHE GUmHIEED WORM REMEDY i THE CIIILDRENS FAVOHITE TONIC or iMiraTiOHt fIHK oinuiNK ratftato ONLY it- BollardSnow Liniment UT IOUIO M- OMcHobcrts Drue Store ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Are quickly cured hy ZCMO a clean X0 Is tlm known rctnfxly for tliolnatantrrllvf and positive curo of r and every form of akin lliou For solo everywhere Write for pie E Co St louts Fer sain at Me Roberts I UI Storj A H f FOLEYS WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine medicine can do more WAS lIVEN UP TO DIE B 1204 N Virginia 81 Evanivfllo Ind write Will troubled with kidney n4 bladder affection which me pain and worry 1 lost heal and was all run a year had to abandon work had thre ol Ihe bet physicians who did me no good ind the first bottle me u Iud alter the second intlrcly cured I WM TWO SIZE SOC AND C C J1 H Stonncs rewire Co i best or c I lIW r 1I1l11p1 I KIDNEYI CURE I 1 I No 1 I five 1 given up to Cure Will I bottle i LOt IlL IECalllEMUI a i use it win Pam r 1 I 1 I t i I entire c sad was reat eelief takla x ANI Ir l