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THE CENTRAL RECORDpunt itKbiaioir vsTAnmstiKD DKUOUIACY TWKHTtliTII V ItA II LANCASTER Fill DAY MAY 21 1009 r AN I n KY xuerrxr a r- a y 000U00JI1fXifl VT Special prices BUGGIES for the next Ten Days A few Buckboards at cost Come and get one while they last Rubbertires Repairing Horse Shoeing Ito K CONN BROTHERS i 3J I I f J j j i i t I II H UnH on- t 1 t l i r I c SAUFLEY WINS BY HANDSOME MAJORITY OP 1193 In the primary election hold Satur day for tho purpose of nominating a candidate for Circuit Juduo of tho 13lh P33 Judicial District Judge M 0 Saulley received a majority over his oppo nent lion John bnm Owslcy Jr of 1103 votes In the district The voto In Uarrard was as follows Court House Saulley 01 Owsley CS E Park Sauflev 83 Owslcy 82 V Park Sauflcy 01 Owsley 28 W Dry anlBVlllo Saufley 30 Owsley 02 E UryanUvllle Saullcy DO Owsley 20 Buckeye Saufley 22 Owslcy 10 W School House Haulley 20 Owsley 10 Union Saulley 101 Owslcy 10 Paint Lick SaulTey 08 Owslcy 8 SaUllcys majority In thus county Is 203 a further mention being made of him elsewhere Garrard gave a majority of 2C3 next to Mercer wblch gave 477 but that county has a larger vote Lincoln Rave 257 and Boyle 100 major ity The majority would have been much greater If ninny farmers hud not been kept at home on account of their crops as Saulley had much strength In the country The party will unite on the nominee In Novem her and any opponent put up by the Republicans will be defeated by a large majority Rev T W Darker who so earnestly opposed Saulley being a good Is now one of his most ardent supporters and has Invited the Judge to deliver an address In memory of the renowned Ulshop 0 11 Galloway This has the right ring to It and all good Democrats will fall In line main tarn party organization Ignore all Is not embodied In the Democratic and put the stencil under the rooster county II Isues be- Ing Democrat we GIVE STAMPS With Each Cash Purchase H T LOGAN 9 Clothing Shoes Hats Furnish ing Goods I t f I I 1 iI- I I f I A I r h kIMJc1tSJWIrJ w J GOLD TRADINGI i- r v 4 p n1wr11t Saturday Austin ft Hurt have sold their lum bar and coal yards to Sanders Sunders tt Schooler Preparatory Sarvlcit Services will ho held at the Presby tartan church this Filday evening preparatory to communion services Sunday morning Killing Clarence Pryc colored Is In Jail charged with killing Virgil Mulllns colored near Hryantsvllle last Friday Particulars will bo given after trial On Saturday the horse of Walter Kelloy became frightened at Dr Kin nalrdH automobile and jumped a hedge fence Mr Kellcy was injured but not seriously Prof Nichols has rented the cottage of the late Jco Evans and will therefore remain In the faculty again this corning year We are Indeed glad to note this fact as ho and his are splendid people Monday TucsdNy and Wednesday of this week have been devoted to exam inations In the Lancaster Graded School On Wednesday evening the primary grades had closing exercises In their class rooms Negro Wedding The crowd that ever attend ed a wedding In Lancaster was at time court house Wednesday night E ch one played Ida part well and the entire affair was very successful Sunday School Convention The county Sunday School Conven lion will Its annual meeting on May 2lth at the Methodist church at llrvantsvlllc A cordial Invitation Is extended to all and they especially want a delegate from each school In the county School Picnic Miss Knapp Wests pupils had a pic nic Tuesday at noon on the College Campus followed In the afternoon from 3 to 5 by another picnic by the pupils of Miss Hraslieurs grade The spacious lawn alive with happy hearted children Automobile Time Table Homer Tlnslcy will make the round trip to Lexington for 300 every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Car leaves Lancaster at 8 a m return lug at 7 p m The road between Lancaster and Lexington Is In tine shape which Insures an easy arid pleas ant trip Engage your seats now Commencement Sermon At eleven oclock Sunday morning the graduates faculty and trustees of the Lancaster Graded School marched Into the Presbyterian church which was made beautiful by many ferns and lowers to hear the commencement sermon to be delivered by Dr Hlnlth President of Central University Prof D W Bridges principal of Lancaster Graded School after com plimenting the class very highly In troduced the speaker who took for his text By Faith from which he delivered a most Inspiring sermon to an Immense crowd Improved Electric System ThjClty Council had an expert to examine the electric light plant and wires of the city a few days ago Ho found that the plant was running at a loss on account of worn macnlnery and that the Insulation was so Imperfect on the wires that It would bo necessary to supply new ttnes on poles to reach above time telephone wires and In many Instances the entrance to houses would have to be In better condition or the Insurance rates would be raised Mr Walker the proprietor of the plant Is perfectly to meet ery recommendation made by the ex pert and wo hope work will begin at onceMedical Meeting At Paint Lick On Friday Juno 4th the Madison and Garrard county medical societies will hold a Joint session at Paint Lick Every Doctor in both counties Is cordially Invited and earnestly so licited to attend this meeting Sea sonable topics of great Interest will bo discussed An elegant dinner of coun try cured two yearold ham nice yel low legged chicken alit broiled and flcaseed leo cream and strawberries and just oodllngs of other good things will be served at high noon at the lllce lintel The morning session will convene at 0 a m The afternoon session m Dr W L liar man of Paint Lick and Dr II M Ilosloy of Klrksvlllo committee on program will make announcement later TO DELINQUENTS You have been warned by our predecessor oonoerning tho Postal Law by whioh a paper will not be carried through the mails that is one year in arrears on sub ption Call at office on court day and settle j CIul nose W was eVe the toJ p sat examining wife Ir Id willing 2 o r HEADQUARTERS FOR Deering Binders Mowers Rakes and Twine HASELDEN BROS WholesaleHARDWARERetail Lancaster Kentucky t ft t R j ij It ft It I n n 9 f 9 v z z z o z s z z s s s z s s s r ri ii ij U t7j a 7 II i 1 1 i t1 u Opening Ball Game Double Header Automobile Parade Heeded By Lancaster Bra Band On this Friday afternoon May 21st the Lancaster Base Club will play Us first games of Jail against Huston vllles strong nine As Hustonvlllo never was known to ise to be most Interesting ones After the Automobile parade most of time stores will bo closed and the lovers of the game will find seats and courteous treatment at time hall park Admission adults 25c children ICc Bad Man The Montgomery Journal Alabama gives an account of the arrest of Wil liam Dokes by J J Mount special agent for the L N R It and brother of J R Mount of this city William Dokcs Is believed to be desparate and wanted In many places When arrested he had 81 Winchester cartridges on his person Entertaining Lecture lIon Geo W Balno gave as most Interesting lecture Sunday night at the Presbyterian chuch The house was full and all seemed to ap preciate the many truths he so thoroughly After the leo lure Mr Cunlngham took up a collec In the Interest of the AntiSa loon League and nice sum was well as promised during the year From the A wonderful Impersonator Mr Gilbert A Eld redgenp er was surpass his from to and Impossl bloto forget We must give Mr Eldrcdgo the crown of King of Imper la Eureka Won Second Prize Captain Isaac Myers of this vicinity lies had Information that his 13year old daughter Eda Grohmair of California won second prize fur an essay on What Is the Harm In One Glass of Wine Beer or Cider the award given by the W U of that city This Is an honor of which time grand father Is justly proud as little Miss Grohman Is much young or than tho other contestants and at so a matter of Interest to her Gotrard relatives and Jrlonds asslio Is a native of Kentucky her mother being Miss Carrie Myers of this county Commencement Time Commeiicemeiit address to time graduates was delivered Thursday night at the Christian church by tfr J of Lexington Dr Por ter U a noted speaker and his address was well received by tho large audl ence Time graduating class this year large one made up of the young women and mom Misses Nancy Embry Walker Sue Anna Katharine Conn Lucy Walker Doty Sue Mason Hesilo llruwn and Annie Perkins Messrs Dan Collier Rlkln J M Elmoro and Floyd Swope These bright are starting to begin real life utter thorough props ration by Prof D W Bridges anil ills capable faculty They could kayo re celvert no better training anywhere We predict for each a happy and iuc cesaful career through life character usual- a emphasized given- as ed as uu llIlporso or nlId10sa- 1I0japLII cd the It coil cetll the outset n nd on flans wl ro aUreLJo P ago s were brought out kept mea rs start In a s to of mar II nt Impossible e clime eq ally ov sonatorsAnamosa Stockton T Is a follow fog t huh nevercomforta- ble L ion Press lit thocca lt excep 0 formerly 1V Porter Lear Pw MrWHbun near Prcnchcrsvlllo 70 years Is reported very III and not expected to live Mr ldrc Impersonator will kclpiMfm a good humor at tho Court House Saturday night Altar a most successful meeting at Howling Green Eld F M Tinder has returned home and will till his regular appointments at the Christian church Sunday Remodeled Jail Tho Fiscal Court derserves a vote of thanks for having remodeled tho Inner pert of tho Jail making It per fcctly secure by Installing tho latest cells M w IBI Catholic Service The Catholic service held at the homo of Mr and Mrs N Miller last Father Rolf ers of Nicholas vllle was attended by on unusually largo crowd Visits Many Universities Mr L L Walker one of the tecs of State University was ono of a committee last week who visited the Universities of Indiana Illlcmois and Wlsconssn with a view of gaining Ideas to improve State University Qrlnnari Wo note the death of Judge 1 L Grlnnan at Paris Ky where he has resided for a number of years He lived In Lancaster several years and married Mrs Amanda Sutfleld fur merly Miss Amanda Salter who was daughter of Gabriel Salter one of tho largest and best known families In the county She Is also a sister of Capt Mike Sailer now of St Louis The dlsccased was Police Judge of this city and has many friends hero as well as throughout the state who regret to hear of his death aye ho week by trust Look Here Farmers r I All large Tobacco growers use the Bemis Transplanter It runs lighter and you can do more work with it and plants grow better with it than any other planter You can use this planter where others fail Driving Wagons Phaetons Buggies urries I have Vehicles of all kinds and all prices The largest stock eyer shown in Lancaster and every one guaranteed I will save you money Come and see W J RomansLancaster Kentucky 1 ik j S McCormack Wood 1 MACHINES p Binders 12250 Mowers 4250 Hay Rakes 2250 S- u IITobacco Transplanters 5250 J E Mount Co I Qolored Fair August 12 13 14 09 I I 1 ffiJ lJIrruIllrnJFII fr fij LANCASTER i u SINa ri J J WALKKU President I E J S JOHNSON Vice Preat I ORGANIZED 1883 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITOL 50000 SURPLUS isooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNKV Asst Cashr 0 D WAIKKK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS- J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Glbbs Lewis L Walker THE Lancaster Steam Laundry has employed Eipert Laundry tee With Many Years of Experience Give them a trial They Guarantee Satisfaction RED LEAFChampion show stallion of Kentucky Temple Hill Stock FarmSire of Den Hur winner of grand championship New York Lady Red Leaf winner walktrot Chicago and the grey geldlnir that won the saddle and harness classes at the Kentucky State Fair 1108 and more show horses and teams than any stallion In Kentucky 25 to Insure a Colt and a Good One Or 1260 Cash at Time of Service R E QODDARD Hnrrodsburg Ky jj Th a l O A Arnold r l I l cia A q r i I I J I Jt i hlglt cl 1 J B A LE ass UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity Eaballll l- on II IIlroa Dtnrllle I FULL LINE OP CASKETS ANU BURIAL RUBES ALWAYS IN STOCKI II UTANDARDIZCO For All Live StockEASY AND lAFC TO watt GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES EFFECTIVE INEXPENSIVE THE IDEAL ti fi ILLS LICE TICKS IITro5 CURES MANGE NiNOWONM 1 IISTROYS w FLEAS SCAII DISEASE MON IRRITATINC AA DIP K E McRoberts ASK 90 f QOKLITt roc utx yr II RECORD 16BUKD WKRKlV IIWAYKAIl P s HUGHES EdrPubr Knlittd at lit Office tit xincrt r AV fll Member Ky Association Eighth District Publisher League Lancaster Ky May 21 1009 For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Ofllccs 1 fiOO Fur County Oillccs 1000 For Stuto and District Oniccs 1600 Fur Call per line 10 Fur Cards per lino 10 For all publications In tho Inter estof Individuals or of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 01 CENTRAL BtjIdCI4 NIIII PreIud rr wwwwrw Pod N41kr Plates C Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M 0 Saufley For Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Hardln For State Senator It L Rubble For Circuit Clerk WB Mason For County Judge A D Ford for County Attorney J E Rublnson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss tllgglns For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J H Dunn For Magistrate No 1 J P Uource For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the of Uarrard county 1 am A candidate for the Re publican for County appreciate your support We place thenamoof Judge M 0 Saufley at the tread of the list of Dem ocratic nominees this Issue In con fortuity to the win of u largo majority of the of the thirteenth Judicial district expressed at the polls on last Saturday We have fre quently mentioned with pride cur excellent county ticket and It goes without saying that Judge will receive the same hearty support of the party In November that the county ticket and lion Charles A Ilardln mention of whoso nomination was made In last Issue will receive This Is the rule among good Demo crats and it will not be broken If they dont get their man they justly feel bound to support the other This Is especially Crud when a man has been nominated who Is altogether worthy and whose service on the bench has demonstrated that fact not only In this district but in other parts of the State and as U S Judge He Is a true Democrat of the old school has the courage of his convict Ions which he has manifested In peace rising above the Influence of any man wearing the collar of no man and dealing out justice t friend and foe rch and poor alike Having these superior attainments being temperate In his habits and possess lug the highest sense of honor we commend him to the party But he Is well known and requires no eulogy at our Jiands Ills name Is a house hold wot and Is synonym for rlty Irrtbebalf ticket we urge twt Democrats prepare their camps scout the country fix the and roll up a big majority In No vember At a meeting of the Eighth District Publishers League held In Lexington last Friday arrangements were com for the meeting a t Springs on June 28th and among the many features will bo an address on Tax Reforuir by A Y Ford of Louis ville If I were an Editor ly Col E folk Johnson of Louisville How to wake a country paper Ed D Shlnulck of Shelby vllle and Wo metes Work will bo the subject of ad Mrs Desna lirecklnrldge of Lexington Harry Bummers lImy McCartv Louis Landram R W Brown and other veterans of the press will he heard from and the meeting will be profitable to the newspaper fraternity throughout the common wealth The great show tho farce on tariff realize that when the curtain Julia there will bo no reduction fur tho gen welfare and each section will be protected In Its favorite product This evil can never bo regulated Revenue bliould be raised In some other way The press boys are too severe on tho Courier Jourual for McNutt because be voted for Bradley over Meckhara after being In the same boot with him In that famous Maybe that paper baa repented and It may not oppose any more ocratlo nominees In this Issue U the announcement of B D Ilerndon the nomination for County Attorney on the Republl can ticket He will of course expect I Jennie un Attorney 1 ey of fences profitable republicans oral contest DEf fur District numb Democrats Saufi wand lute the entire Eat dress by ar g III h the of his party Ho Is mid worthy young and on of the law firm of Hnriulon Item don of this city Wont Slight A Good Friend If over a cough medicine agate 1 know what to get declare Mrs A L Alley of Hosts Me tor after using ten bottles of Dr King Now Discovery nnd seeing Us excel lent results In my own family am others 1 am convinced It Is Urn bcs medicine made for Coughs Colds lung trouble Every uno who triM I feels just that way Is felt a once nod Us quick euro surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LuQrlppo Sore Throat pail In chest or lungs Its supreme COc am 1100 Trial bottle free luarantcei by H E Mclloberts 1m 111 KN A VlhTA Mrs John Scott Is the guest of he son Chas Scott at Van Arsdcll Mer CoMr Cox of Wllmorc has been vii lUng Miss Cora Poor Mr and Mrs Ed Ballard of Stan ford have been visiting the latter parents x A D Scott has been visiting hi brother In Mercer county Miss Mary brother at tended the C E convention at Nlch olatvlllc and visited friends at Am broseMrs John Poor has returned from visit to Maysvllle Stanford and Lex Ington Miss Alllo Duncan of Burgln li spending the week at tho homo of J W Asiclns Misses Florence Christopher Mottle Coulter attended tha 0 E Convention at Nlcholasvlllo Satur dayRev William Hunt of Mlddleburg Is assisting the pastor In a meeting Drowns Chapel leers Wm Parr Englands oldest man marrlul the third time at 120 worked In the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young 1 fee just like a hay ho writes attar taxing six buttes of Elects Bitters For thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden but tin tirst bottle of this wonderful medlclni convinced me 1 had found the grcatcsi euro on earth Theyre a godsend it weak sickly rundown or old people Try tbemOOs at R E McRoberts In OA11TJ3USYILLB Mr Gatbllff Smith has returned home after spending a few doss I LouisvilleRev P Bryant and G B Alit attended the Baptist Association u Louisville Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs Will Cambell of Wore was the pleasant guest of Mr and John M Smith Saturday night Mrs Kate Allen was In Rowland the latter port of last week vlsltlnj her father Mr JC Napier The llghtnlmr struck Mr Julio L Smiths house last Sunday and burnt up some clothing and a bed There were several In the house that were shocked badly The little son of Mr J 0 Clousi died Saturday and was burled at Smith grave yard Sunday Miss Paulina Roop was the of her little friend Miss Myrtle Red Sunday loyd Mrs Maggie Ray arid Children spent Thursday with Mrs Yona Beazley at McCrearyMiss Ray of McCreary was with her grandmother Saturday Miss Lettlo Ray is spending a few weeks with Mr and Mrs Ray of Buckeye Mr and Mrs Jessie Simpson are viII Itlng her aunt Mrs Satllo Ramsey of Crab Orchard Mr James Simpson Is reported very sickMr Stove Hill and wife were of Mr and Mrs Jessie Sanders Sunday Miss Docla Metcalf Is tho charming visitor of lien cousins Misses Metcalf Mrs Florence Ballard and two charming little sons of BryanUvllle arc visiting relatives here SlONK Mrs Llzzlp Osborne who has been very sick for somo tinE Is reported no hotter Mr Jim III Cincinnati this week having Ills eye treated Mr and Mrs Steve Hill of Hyalts vllle were guests of Mrs Mary A Sanders last week Mrs Emilia Posy and Miss Tiny King spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Joe Hicks Misses Alvin and Docla Metcalf B Ross and Mr Will Clmnclor of Crab Orclmtd spent dunday with the Misses Sanders Mr LlgaMoMllllon Miss Lyda Mao and Nell Ray and U la Net tie Hunter wero tho chinning guests af Miss Lula HCrutchtleld lust Sun day Mrs Loyd Sunders of Crab Orchard spent taro Tuesday night with Mrs M A Sanders and family Mr and Mrs Will Grow and llttlo Lucy Elizabeth visited Mends at Stone Sunday A T Sanders bought a bunch of from IT II Preston at Co Mary II Sanders and daughter lisa 0le were the guests of her Mra Cora Sanders Sunday support n corn lit II 1 need t and Relief Atkins and a and at Lived 152 at Mrs the wine JJarrlon vis- Itors Oloullo Is Etta Mrs I I wiww potent I 10 vear uld sacs Is and Mrr shoats daughter r t d r n n AN ORDINANCE lid It Ordained tho City Council of tho City of Lancaster piuieil on llio lull of May 1008 ilxlnit n llconso unfUcnni und Hlcntn laundrwflgpiicles bo amended by striking tu 110000 and Inserting llioroln 1200w mill tbg Laundry agencies bo lUfcd at XOU and ordlnanco annmcndcd reads as follows An ordlnanca n license on Agencies Ho the Day Council of tbo City of Lancaster that anr firm or corporation Hint shall or Steam Agency In of Lancaster KV shall pay n License of 120000 per Var and santo Is up to the Waiter Works hold provided however hal tbo maximum under this license sins not exceed the following prices to wit Shirts 10j with c and c IGc Shins Night IOC JollMrn 2o LuIK per 4c drawers 8c UmleishlrlN 8n Sucks Ac HiindkcrchleK to ftc Neckties 1 to Ilk Vests 16 to 2V Waists 15 to 2V toiinloriWMCH Ifiq to 10 2c napkins Any one who shall violate the pro visions of I bis ordinance shall be not exceeding llooOOfor ouch oflenso and each day shall bo a nep arate ofTensc Tills ordinance snail 11 T LOGAN Mayor Attest Mason Clerk Approved May 10 100U City Ordinance An ordinance and providing for the collection for tile year 1000 of an Ad Valorum tux on all property subject to taxation by tho caster a Poll Tax on each years of age and apportioning all oth er revenues Tho City Council of the of Lan caster Kentucky doordaln as follows I That there bo and there Is here by levied fur the year 100U each 1100 of all llio assessed and assessable property real personal and and liable for taxation by tho City of Lancaster Ky an ad va locum tax of cent for the several and apportioned and distributed as 1 SINKING 21 cents upon each 110000 if proper of providing for the Sinking Fund the revenue arising frifm which Is ap portioned as to Item of expenditure ai follows 110000 of property liable taxation for tin purpose providing the sum of II000 00 to meet and Interest of the bondcA Indebtedness of City which no 1st 1900 and 0 fetus upon each 110000 of property for taxation fur the Imuto of the bonded Indebtedness of llio city and all revenue over and beyond tho sum of 81800 raised by tho sold levy of 21 cents upon each f100 00 of property liable for taxation shall uo to the General Revenue Fund and tho same Is hereby to tho General Claims Department thereunder 2 WATER WORKS REVENUE FUND 13 cents upon each 9100 00 of proper ty liable fur taxatiou fur the purpose of providing for the deficit In the water works revenue fund arising from the excess of tho for the water works system above the revenues arising therefrom and all revenues arising from this levy to the extent of 11200 00 shall go to the Revenue Fund and be used Ir defray Ins the current expenses of tjho water works system all revenues over and beyond 1120000 this source shall to the Rev enue Fund and account of General Claims agalust the city trot otherwise for 3 GENERAL FUND 41 cents upon each 10000 of liable for taxatlm for the put and under tho following classifications For cents on the 110000 t Fur on the 110000 Fur streets Kconts on the 110000 General Claim 6 cents on the tloo That and there Is hereby levied for 100 upon male Inhabitant of the City of Kv 21 years of ago a Poll the ntrcets and residue of same shall go to tho General Revenue Fund 13 All revenues derived from rhea and forfeitures are to bo used In tho against the Police Department Includ log ofllcers costs commissions 4 All revenues derived from this Water Works system am hereby portioned to Water Works Rave nue an shll bo used In paying tho expenses and w itnr works system 5 All othnr eenucs of the to wit license Vents hack taxes and revenues fro ir all other sources lire hereby appo loned to tho General d and shall be used In paying the general enemas against the city not otherwise provided for 10 This ordinance shall tuko effect from and after Its passage and publi cation as required oy II T LOGAN Mayor Attest W B Mason Clerk UlhES Miss Cordolla Ray has Mulshed with an enrollment of 10 pupils ono of the ever taught at this place She I an Ardent consclenclous worker and has endeared herself especially to the small children Miss Ray Is a sis ter of Prof L B Ray of Bloomington Indiana who Is remembered as a prominent young educator Smashes All Raoorda An an allround laxative tonlo and no other pills can cum with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone apd regulate stomach liver kidneys purity the blood streng the nerves cure Constipation Biliousness Jaundice leadache Chills and Malaria Try 23j at R K MoRoberU lir thll ho o tlcen o for Slrntu Lundr Ii flit Stearn I nuudrlea ill team era n opera e a LAun y tiro City I GOc Tit 110 jetl Tuwcls lc to to 2c publicationW malo of said over 21 tangible and Intangible of every ty liable for taxation f the 12 census pon cams f r t h e mes UItIIAt II o for the u Water Workll from General lathe provl ed REV NUE property of providing a fur the of the yttrium s solari s i6 entA i 12 th ro a U Lancaster ver Tux of 81tiO for the repair In and pUblic of the and any the UnlJ mad stud IIf I u health builder pare and then them c r nnud Sthnul Laundry r Illulhs ic IL inhabitant kind FUND vldingtUosumnl18000 peneralFund paynsgitt ever mrlntulnlnK elev hereby apportioned general Revenue mooch u an a Dyspepsia 0 c s Wo could not fowl tho luVjjo crowd lust court dny but hiivo prepared to sent 50 at one Time Monday Vo will bo able to furnish to SCO court day visitors atouly 35 cents Sanders Hotel Stanford street below Court poise I I COURT DAY DINNR dinner I t 1 ri- 4i1d41sw 1AWsit THE Notional Rants Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A K DBW Iroldcnl J R STOUMES the Prctl S C PENNY Caibltr J F Hoblnson Asst Cnsbr- H T Kmhry Bookkeeper Saml Alex It Denny A 0 Robinson John K Stormef S C Denny J Wl Williams Dill Klrro liS D Cochran GillL I IK1 S r eyour Tobacco Barns with BEAZLEY tHiSEtUENa- s will Insur Tobacco also Office Lancaster Phone 3 f- III I L C I PEOPLES r Paint sick I they yuur National Ihuikof S wd rut W rub Vice frail w 0 Kmper Cubler BANK 1NCOIl1 Wo offer you fair treat meat with every neconi that is conaiatont with conaorvative Bftiiking modnt ion Our Customers Fully Protected by fidelity and Casuality Insurancerue THY TUB MONKYIUCKClHK FOK INDIGESTION Nine times In ten stomach derange moots are responsible for sallow com plcxlui dull eyes and thin body 11 Is the stomach that nuppHcs nourishing blood to tine muscles the nerves and skin If the stomach Is healthy plenty of nutritious mottos will be absorbed by the blood If It Is slut healthy tho food will ferment and undigested will pans along through the bowels furnishing so little nutri tious matter that tho blunt becomes Impoverished nod the glow of licalth vanishes If you sailer from nervousness sick headache belching orgas sour tasto In the mouth heaviness attar eating or any other miserable Mlomach you need Mlona anti thin sooner you gut It tho quicker von will and happier It will relieve any distressed stom ach condition almost Immediately It will cure If used according to dlrcc lions It E McKobortH tells It for no cents a largo box nude bu thinks enough of It to guarantee It to cure Indigestion ruturrh or lack lirwithaltln Comploto outfit luludorfl Dnijajbtii Sold by It E Mclloborts KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discover Ld be huoalthiior Cnn muno Just disturbance HYOMEIANIWArIOHGH FOR sLlr r tDl tLe4 Trll 9o u rues ANB ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUDLES UUAKANT D 8ATII3VAOXOUY OR MOWKV KBPUNDED It I McKoberta Drug Sore Subscribe for Record Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent u 1 We Solicit Your Bnsiness I CAMTAI t6ooooo SURPLUS 900000 II K QODYH JBllPRnOWl I B WOODS K U WOODS wo risit vcvrsN u I COY L ARNOLD DIMMRrtlet NOTICE POULTRY RAISERS Now Is thu tlmo of year to feed your fowls a good tunic Itx 41 11 1 cures Cholera Gapes Itoup Ciinker and LlmbornecV When furl its a proven lathe It nut only keeps them healthy but makes then lay Trice 60 coats No Cure No Pay Guaranteed by our druggist It B MoHOnHUTS Try It tinder llio guarantee Ask ftr booklet on diseases of poultry 3123in WANTED V Poultry and Eggs Highest prico paid for Poultry GOOD CLEAN EGGS IVtfa Hons Hots Wanted Old Iron Bonos Melai Rubber Iron C1NCINMATI O L Out JM inll el Ire FMCI ik t U tit U Ebb Bentley Cartcrsville Kyv ALSO MONUMKNTi ou l 1 r H N rtIwott I i 1 I r s 1 1 1 BUY- s 16Wdllra- I Fence Chep tiwood Will t IIftmjsittul 5114 111 It01 M 1 1YpR1 IRPNVIANcJYAKf gdt tall u- U ea i rt5 ca lub About A Brl f Minllon of Hit Comlnfi Oolngi Thou Wi Art In tlr T J Robinson of llunlonnllc wall hero this week Mr Hubert Bullet of Richmond vvaftlicro Monday Miss Joan Mount In In Stanford the quest of tile Mtucs Wood It Xlmmor Is In MlddlopnrlOhlola visit liU nun Clmrllo Xiinmcr Wore of Mlddlosboro In vis King couxln John Mcllobcrt- Mr Jnti V Miller In In Louisville visiting It fatuity MIS Anna Hughe nf Nlcliulusvllle In thb guest of MM Wood litirnsldp J Mcrt Rnthwoll hnn been confined to Its room days f Mrs Henry of Lexington In visit ing her daughter Mrs H U Simp mm Mr U I Powell and son Hubert made a business trip to Danville l wick Diiko Goodlop of Springfield wax hMo Sunday veiling his cousin Mrs Wm Arnold Mesdames Hanks Hudson and Win Parting were vIMtors In Lexington last week Homer Tlnsley took n load of pas tan Sunday Miss Hcxslj Yanlls of Stanford linn bccn tho week end guest of Mrs lieu ley V Muslin and Mm Nichols leave Satur day for a stay with relatives In Mor gan county II K Wnltcr and M K lien ny attuned tho Dental Association at UrabOichardMm MuRobcrls of Stanford with It B MuUobcrW the the week Mr linker Walker of Nlcholasvlllo was with Mr and Mrs W O Kidney tar several days bliss Jennie Warren of Stanford his n recent visitor of her mint Mix Jennie Duncan Prof D W IJrldgM nod wife leave Sunday for n protracted visit to rcl htivcii In TcmiCMce Muse Unlllo Miller escorted by Mr COrga Smith enjoyed an sating In Cincinnati Sunday Mr and Mr R 0 Price of nan ville was a visitor of Mr and Mrs P lVUblo Tuesday Mr and Mm H Sullen of Preach crxvlllo are rejoicing over the arrival of a tine girl on May llth Mr T II Rublnxon aid daughter Mil J Fleece Uoblnson wero recent guests of Danville relatives Judge R A Uurnsldo left Monday for a buslmM trlpnf tun In the sinounialnsof Went Virginia MUsca Margaret nod Hcsslc Sbugars leave soon for a visit to their brother O W Sluiuam of Indianapolis Kdna Mimw entertained the rntbroldcry club one averting last week at her homo on Lexington street Mines Halllo and Jessie Duty of Richmond are here tot a visit their fallicr Mr Jcsso Dcly and family Shirley Hudson of Central Jnlver filly Danville was with hula parents Mr and Mrs U F Hudson Sunday Tho little live year old daughter of Mr nave Anderson of McOrcnry Is rciwrted dangerously III of pneumonia Mrs Henley Y Haslln and Miss Yantls were quests of Mrs Charles F Dcntnan of Nlcbolasvlllc last Mm R II ToinlliiKonund daughter Miss Maggie bnyo reigned from a recuperative stay lit Mnrllnsvlllc lad Miss Alllo Arnold who tins a post tion In tho State D and D schoJl In IndlanapollH will bo at homo Satur day Joe F Price of Central University Danvlllo was with his parents Mr mud Mrs Kd Prlco then llriit of the week Wednesday for Hot Springs will uttciid huts two brothers who arc there for treat ment Mrs It It Brown old children have returned to their homo In utter a visit to und Ms 0 U Hrown Miss Kathleen Walter loft this week for a visit to Mrs Robert Salter of Danville an well as to attend tho Carnival Mr 0 HSwInobroad will attend tho Jersey nl Nashville next week mid visit Ills old hung placo In Jonncsset1 Mrs Martha Fish and grandson Mun to Fish of Grub Oichurd wore the I i T 4J and V oii f I I I I Ilaghea and l for vevoral j lt In Ii1 J Jot II rilL 01 i t S U Miss ri to y wee nr W lIurnetL left whore ho ItO h 1 11 People harry lilt L E 1 lag snnicre hisautumublleto ji J Irs it wine Mrs been w Fred days w a i 1 recoup sales r Kiioxts of Mr und Mm W A Arnold Mm Jcnnlo West U at homo from a rrnlrnclcd stay with her sons Mcsirn Mlllnrd LoiilxandThiimton West of Washington City Miss Mary Arnold who hung been on n vlxll to horcousln Miss An drew Tanner of K annas City will bo at homo Saturday Rov and Mrs 0 P Hush hue re turned from tho Southern Haptlxt Convention which was hold the past week In Louisville Mm Larry U Jones and little daughter Martha Ward have return ed to their home In Monticello attar n visit to Mm Hello llurnxldo- Mexxm J M llronston anti 0 P Jackson of Richmond were guests of Miss Mariinrot Hurt and Nalco Miss Ruby Yiinhnxs Sunday Rev mud Mm It H Campbell and children leave today Friday for their homo In Virginia after n visit to Mr John K West and family Little Miss Sidney Uncon of Ian sas City has arrived and will spend tho summer with her Krandparcnto Ml and Mrs John Anderson Mm John Pitcher and daughter Mm Archer of Louisville and Mrs llclllo 1hllllps of Dnnvlllc were quests of Mm John K Stormcs Mon day Miss Mlnnlo Potts of Lexington and 0ray nod several other Cln clnnatlans constituted an auto party that visited Mr nod Mm John E Stormes Sunday Messrs Henry Simpson Jesse Sweeney and J Mart Rolbwcll the stale conclave bold by tin Knights Templar at Ashland Ky Mar 18lh and lUlli Flue popular Miss Mamie Leo Bsl lord nod brother have quite recently purchased a handsome now automo mobile Miss Ilallards friends will now expect soda very enjoyable rides In an article recently In the Courier Journal mentioning Kentuckians who had mot with snccess In Oklahoma tho nitme of Dr J 0 was men Honed Dr wife will bo pleasantly renumbered hero as they wcro quite popular socially Miss Edna Cavanaugh who Is a stu deut at Radnor College Nashville will start on the 31st for an extensive outing Ono of the teachers will act ns a clmpsrono tat the pupils and they will travel extensively through the West to the Rockies and California rite marriage of Mlts Anna Hello Illgglnbotlmm to Mr James Power Smith Jr of Richmond Ylrglnla was quietly solemnized Monday mor ning at 10 oclock at Sprlngbrook the country place on tho Nowlown pike of the brides parents Mr and Mrs 0 T Hlirulnbatham Only members of the fjinlly and one or two Intlmato friends woe present and Rev Mark odds was tho olllclatlng minister rho wedding music was sweetly by Miss Marguerite Illatt of Ham ilton College The bride Is an unus ually pretty girl and wore a traveling suit of blue tailored cloth with hat to match Sho carried a bouquet of white roses The bridegroom Is an attractive young minister of the church The happy couple left for a wedding trip and will go to live In Richmond Virginia The good wishes of many friends attend them Tho marriage look place un der the happiest auspices and the house wins elaborately decorated with plants and llJwcrs Lexington Leader park Saturday afternoon and night May UAKKSHUltr Mr M F Itout has returned Louisville where he ham been to con suit a specialist In regard to Rheuma tism Miss Funnlo Shouso Lexington Is a visitor at the home of liar brother Mr 11 M Spouse Mr Harvo Sutton and family of Cincinnati aro visiting relatives In this vicinity The local O E was at tho Convention which mot last week ut Nlcbolasvlllo by Misses Georgia Dunn and fettle Royston Mrs Sums and daughter Mrs Win burn of Richmond visited Mrs W R Smith Saturday and Sunday Miss Viola Smith who was operated on a few days ago for appendicitis Is Htlll Improving and will bo removed this week trout tho hospital at Lox ington to Nlcholasvlllo where she will bo under care of her aunt Mrs Urlmcs until liar recovery Mesdames J 0 Hcndron and Men ton of Mr Shirley of Cottonsburg were visitors of Mrs Robert Smith last week Messrs John huger George Eager Bob Rout limiter Plnco Perry Tug gin and Virile Chestnut spoilt Sunday In Lexington Wodll dRY lengthy attended nOli Icy Ilosley and from represented rksvilio and Cotton Mss played Presbyterian Thu air Anil S clot rho Itap tlstch r wlllglve a in her off The Funny Side Jack hiss mouth Yes It Impressed mo tho same wny Cornoll Widow Urown What did your wife say about your being xo late homo tho other ulglil Jones Nothing nt all She Just sat down at the piano and played Tell me the old old story London Tit Hits Mr Jones had recently become thud father of twists rile minister stop ped him on the street to congratulate him Well Jones ho said 1 hear that tbo hiss smiled on you Smile on repeated Jones Ho laughed out loud at met Every bodys Magazine I am a poor man When we are married I can learn to cook Hadnt you or better begin prac suggested the thrifty suitor while your father Is yet supplying tho raw material so to cpcaii Kansas City Journal You ought to be President you like to boss so well said the Indig nant small girl If I was rejoined the Indignant small boy youd want to bo my wife no you could boss me JMYANTNVILLE Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington was the week cud guests of Its brother Dr W M Elliott Mr and Mrs W W Burnslde of Richmond have been visiting Mr H F Patton and family Mrs Sara Perkins and son George of Lexington are visiting Mrs E II Uallard Mrs D Welch came homo last week from Richmond where she had been for several weeks under treatment Mrs Welch Is greatly impovcd and her many friends are delighted to bavo her at home again Mrs Josephine Honor Is at home again after a visit to relatives In JessamineMrs Sweeney left Monday to return to her homo at JcITcrsous Mr J M Smith of Mackvillc was hero last week cm business Mrs Alice Adams of Denver Col who has been visiting her brothers Messrs J II and Tom Dunn for week expects to In a few days to return home Miss Maymo Lee Ballard will go to Lexington next week to attend Week at Hamilton College The Alumni are to be ex icnslvclr entertained Miss Lllllo Leaven was at homo this work Mrs Chcatham visited relatives In Nlcholasvllle last week Mr Nathan Noo has been on the Mr and Mrs J C Williams relatives In Ourgln Sunday J Hogan Hailard a prominent young merchant of Rryantsvlllo passed through this town Wed nesday In now Cadillac Thir ty which he purcashcd In Lexington The new machine Is a dandy Nleli olaivllle Tribune tf line of iHarness Buggies Hi Deering Binders 1 and Mowers Full line of IHiImplements jjjj American Wire Pence iS gJJ any height a Tinware Hardware Woodenware I Largo line of Can Goods I special price by dozen and case A lot of good Lumber at special price BECKER i BaUCoI- J IJRYANTSVIUvK KY p Phones 1BT and 370 A If Lord met t vltle hid several leave his beautiful W tt Ice Homecoming improvingvisit- ed Up to date ill U M I Business Items il I IV li- HnmldcrfUras Wards Tint your court itltnnr wlttr Vbonc1 iiiiiiiintry proi WhcrftrrtOWircall TluTlU TCHt Hcrrciniuors n WBUTCUuter ICtr Lost iMJtibwifJ laTGt JMmi Yqu can get t ready rrttrrrom d In anoth 430 tf If you are In fur Roflllnif to conjr tohac Io makes the best price 4X10 tf Notice To Creditor The creditors of JC Robinson requested to tllo their jlalrnsj tn J 1 Collier Immediately vj as by 73t T J Exar Big I at Stanford Ky Saturday May 22nr Ky Notice All persons Indebted j J at his old Collier TI Notice SH- avlngscttled lb accounts off ouls Landrail assltj COUrt 10 rn I D lUfudon Assignee of Louis Landram This 10th day of May lOot 6U EXECUTORS AH executor of Qco W Dillon MAY 21th at 4 oclock m at the late residence of said Evans on Stanford street In Lancaster offer for sale cash In hand the following personal rFlvo of capitals In the Qarrard and Co Two shares of In lluKiarrard hotel Co ono gold wheelbarrow ono good mj shovel ono sledge ono hoes ono ono axe one wedge one sifter two rat traps ono grate ono slop ladder hand saw two hatchets onn one one pair scales one Incularor and brooder one scythe 110 II Exr f lieu W Kyans Deed I will and place as agent flir Marlhu Lusk for sale ell some household and kitchen furniture tor cash In hand J l Robinson I Jtlohwui4H4emrlnttW flnUlI II HHIt1tfJteiccJ JUI- Hlm We4lltfl1l1eTrJt ijb1tJjil3 ttrlcrrl1tctt tiny IIJ flW lllft11JoWuWdl111J vUWtt oJJle oulLIMtothICIII r g 1l1Ui 1 lIceOresal ltl V WI rjt L 1 etltttel I ho ut IttorolUl See tJlaIltli Ie ttorrtltJI d operrf weekIoAnnlerAtt 1mP Sbll I Ht trmTtt1lTdftm CcillIlIu IW qllI plln lit t L1I1 ttt1trtlmtUI a IIc Illne 11 nrrryn4rntern Phfltn I lJuIh JIm F lplyloIIOIIMmlltul1t1 A nldl1ltmKhll Uo pnlhI1 l R IlIIon 1100 l7lots dlnlt ue nu scent rtck of the I o has lot 1 full par tleu lluglues and l 1731 party Evans Dc d Ml AY Tit water ono pI W 3 IIU J N N r at Ii H1 u Z4MrliH wrt x ratN- l tilllat fnrrcyptntrnrAatlt WAt veeh4r e a NuthlnRbntrg0ed est I upuG Wersl wer4NSrt re rar lteo- nrln lhmntet wttH ihmtrmistthccnnrtrrfttyrltmrer- nlthcW fteetxurard 1Vew1ntMnoro bo lyder7rCam4nru- 1ahruouus ctr t- ILu cr sF 4e- prlcoaJeflrraLsWNrit tbtltmtpsllJ- liarRnlrnrtn lTt1 Bits 67rst luoahunndles thebestdarruu rgaullJss i MugulJwldhWHaseldnndiroerL71GhorFantllandlutrshbfteeree Quert- hla onedt9 treezets- uudRetrigeratarrllascldcrtBruari4d talarrttes trverntts omit wearkaehsapea t anisrwhereWaM treFrtrrn ale ar14n4eeteumnIr4Joo4 meal IibeeBlar N 1eawnrau vaiJJer callcdurL layr I Iwuaarl c 4rtl tlItwruHbt1Teanthreeelve- tcwardrWns lustibo sdrtyfMiIrOt4rt fohyallMwWc- antlDl4RIMx4n under 4tent- N4te rooma44e aun 1outugM- c pLieA lwaht fwlllwGhrfr plea w etunleH1ttTQettTCct1 er r RonUu and tent and u es v ters Noti crc umn the nrk L a us- resid nc outbull11h gs buy With the urn hand es pre required Lot Sale I PII raRM mite Flurenc tim c iSf C de wil call star 1 t settl flu J 11 ltubinsonlxor tf uf and ng lye ern troy ho trust and to role mo fro lability on acc unt t rent I Loire give notice to u tl S E- Of P reams P shads h I a time Just ask anyone who has ever tried Shield Brand Clothing nnd they will tell you one of two things either that it was or that they got their money back and ninety nine out of a hundred will tell you that it was SatisfactoryThe within the following range pricesMens Clothing 10 the Lowest 20the Highest Boys Clothing 300 tho Lowest 50 00 tho Nights With the word Guaran teed printed right on price card and attached to coat sleeveYour privilege to look without cost our pleasure to show whether you buy or not Special For One Week Best Grain Pepper only lOcts Best Brass Wash- Board 25c each Best Machino Oil Gets 10 dozen shirts worth 100 only COc each 3S inch sheeting only Cc yard Sanders Nicks Stone KY and Lovd Kv No Money Could Buy It Did any one ever bear of a mother wishing to be paid for her IpvoT Frlodrlcu Nietzsche Drilling Having a flrptolnss SJtoam Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill any dcbth For further information E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky COl IJfr Well writeJ satisfactory a them CECILIAN PARK K1JNTUCKY Stallions for Service 1909 Gambetta Wilkes 2 1 9 The only stallion living or lend that ever sired zoo or more with records of 330 and better founder of the greatest family of show and horses In the world Isis colts won more premiums at the Worlds Columbian Exposition titan that of city other sire Ills decendarits did the saute at the Worlds 1ulr lucid nt St Louis His decctidant arc noted for their gameness and good disposition whether the road on the track or in the show ring Dr Munson 4 years old Race record 308 the champion 4 year old ing stallion of 1907 Will stand at 20 to insure a living colt General Brightheart Race record 219 Trial in a 313 trotting Will stand at 20 to insure a living colt Gen Adelle 4 4 year old Race record 2 ioj trial in a race 3p7 Will stand at 15 to insure a living colt Dr Munson 208 Gon Brightheart 219 Gon Adelle 210J arc all sons of Gambotta Wilkes 219 v Mares will be kept at too per week at owners risk Males sold or parted with forfeit insurance and season becomes due V For stallion cards and other information address Q C P CECIL Danville Kentucky THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED UnncoHtor Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R E McROBURTS Prest J C Eubanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DA T i in A t R I Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers pac I C shier Bapnk 3DANVIU U race oil race y Wfla i 11 If You Want COAl In a Hurry just tell us Well have a load or more of wellscreened coal up to your place in double quick time And even if you not quite down to the last scuttle you will be wise to stock up ahead Order us to send you enough to make you independent of any storm no matter how long it lasts or how it tics up travel Obelisk Flour in Barrels Your orders appreciated BANKS HUDSON We wish to say to the public that THE FOX STUDIO luisnt been open regular for sumo time but will bo opened ovary Saturday now Come in and get the best PHOTOKS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO are IV W fIVJ 1t i YOU MEAT Call Phone 50 BOND Cutter We also carry ICE and a fresh stock of GROCERIES When want rcj EAT EEK ER Q N1 t 4 7S MaW r y ta- I H C f r t- I eeeaeeeeeaIesleneewaeeeCAR1 N111111NHIILN111111N W Morrow Graduate Optician Glainn Filled HnlUfocllun luirinleed Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Oftlc Hour Office om 8 m to tl I p m to 4 Slormei ftrnit Store B F WALTER DENTIST 1hone 05 Lancaster Ky M K Denny Office over Ml Arnold Millinery J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHONE M J Office corner Lexington Bt end Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will In all State Courts and District Court Olllce over Police Court Phone 194 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTIW KENTUCKY HI Only White Barber In Town Agent for Danville Laundry Norlh tide of Public Square DR A 5 PRICE will practice Dentistry at 1 Is b imp Hlchmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts Stonewall Jackson Jr This tine black itddle ttalllon sired bf the great saddle breeding italllon Old Stone wall Thus colts dam was t Denmark mare J a nice colt to prove ills good breeding Will ttand at 13 to Insure un til weaning time We bold a lieu on ell cotta until paid Barren mares made to the Impregnator We nave perfect success Billy This flue black Jack was sired by Major John D Ilarrli Imported Jack vie will make tbe season my barn at to to Insure a colt until weaning time get of u my farm to for hit good breeding He li a tare getter A T TUAYMJR SONS pleasant Hill Breeding Farm Stanford UK D No 4 S183m Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of tho Langshiro S College England 1869 Phone No 205 Lancaster Kentucky A Living Skeleton Is the final condition of any child that has wormslf It lives Think of hay something In your stomach that eats all you take iiourshinent Nine WlilleH Cream Yermlfu e It ezpeU all worms and U a tunic fur the baby Price 25 cents n K Mc im A PISITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF and will cure any case of Dandruff scalp DEMO destroy tho germ and prevent hair It will color and leave E W Rose Medicine Co 0 Louis For treat MoRoberU Drug Store Ask forwuplo DENTIST Practice U S INSURANCE HOUSE Steam JI lie lie colt for In Breckinridge of 19OJI row ou bow B White E lug maybeIt ZEMO stops healthyfor for eam I I nhIwr L fie 1r eeaeeeeeescalp eeoesaooeooese was has standby tills breedtog Ills tree foal k M11r l by giving j dandruff Ye plot JIVE STOCK MAIIKKTC- JXCINNAII UNIOX STOCK YARDS Mr 1C Caltl Sheep rtMalpli t Mt Shipment IM ll M- OUATTlKl Shipper 8 7 lt V- Ijilr 40M- Untchcr ilrer extra 1VM M flood 1 405M 10 Common lo Mr 4 X4 M noodl6rliolc A1V4AIO Common Id fair ilOfOAOO Con Cllrit 61YA40- Omul to clioloe 4 WO 10 Common to talc 8IHX944- 0fanner I4II70 baloinai 43f K tra FaltiillU ULVKSi extra 7MI700 Fair lo rood 80 9 M Common and larR Co lionsixood packer and Imlelier 74V7M- MUtd pucker 7 WCI7 41 i rvoJCommon to choice fallow 6 M Mlbttlilppen W lips Ito lbl nd lent A8J BIIKFPtextra 4 W Good la choice 4 ns4 M Common to fair J 1S4 JJ- IAMiSt extra S 650 8 75 Oood locholce A JXSSf0 Common to tale 6MKJJ8CO YearlhiB ow071 Farm and Stock Salt and charcoal should be kept In every pen and pasture so the pigs can cat all they wish J 0 Uiblnson of Biyle county sold his crop of 65000 pounds of hemp to K F Speats Son of Lancaster at 1325 par hundred pounds straight The total crop brought an aggregate of about 13000 Danville Advocate The bowel trouble which kills many chicks when they are from one to two weeks ot ale may often be corrected by taking away the chicks drinking water and giving Instead scalded milk to which a little cinnamon has been added Set a post In your hog lot end every hog will rub against It This gave the cue for a cheap and effective louse killer Wrap the post tightly from the ground up with quarterInch and saturate the rope with ker every few days Kerosene will kill lice and the hogs will keep on scratching against this post A good method to prevent gaps Is to plow or spade the ground Intended for young chicks as early as possible and then scatter airslacked lime over the surface The lime will destroy any eggs or other sources of tho worms Lime Is also a roup preventive Dis ease always leaves germs In the and therefore the poultry grounds should be occasionally stirred by elth er spading or plowing afterward using the lime freely If some of the lime Is sprinkled over the ground before stirring and then turned under all the better Kills To Stop The Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of Gladwin Mich was a run ning ulcer He paid doctors over without benefit Then Bucklens Ar nica Salve killed the ulcer and cured him Cures Fever Sores Bulls Fclonc Eczema Salt Rheum Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Curtis 25c at R E McRoberts 1m Educational Association Every overworked teacher who a rest and new life and new energy should not fall to attend the next meeting of the Kentucky Association which will be held at EUlll Springs on June 22 23 and 24 Some of the most beautiful and most plcturerque scenery In Kentucky Is to be found along the L A and around Estlll Springs It will afford an opportunity for a weeks rest and recreation and at the time attend the greatest educational gathering ever held In the state Low rates fine water good music and beautiful scenery should give new life and energy to every one who attends Fruits ss Medicines Fruits are divided by the famous French Dr Dupory Into five classes 1 acid 2 sweet 3 astringent 4 oily and S mealy In the first lie counts Cherries Strawberries Raspberries Goose berries Apples Peaches Lemons and Oranges and regards a of great hy gienic value Cherries ho prohibits to those af fected with neuralgia of the stomach Strawberries he recommends to the bilious and gouty and denies them to those affected with diabetes Of the sweet fruits he particularly values Plums especially for the gouty rheumatic Grapes he awards the first place and thinks them the cure i ar excellence fut the araemlc dyspefllc consump the gouty slid bilious Bananas are recommended for the typhoid patient Lemons and Tomatoes are cool Ins Lemonade U the best drink In fevers The Juice of half a lemon In a cup full of strung black collie out sugar often curia a sick head v echo I The Apple Is one of the best fruits Baked or stewed It generally cults the must delicate person The small seeded fruit such as oerrles Raspberries Currants Strawberries urn among this best c laude slid medicines Their sugar U nutritious slid their acid U cooling F and purifying Prunes supply the highest nerve or brain food Dried Figs contain heat nervo und muscle food hence are good fur both cold and warm weather Sweet ripe fruit In prime coudillon only Is called a perfect food i e 8 IItlf r JllrA II ro JAM a s 1tiI n t3 soil too Educational Railroad 1 teat h a line to choice a e 1 ands emi Stags henry emir deserves S same Blacks Its as General News Tho State Bank at Frankstown Tex stud robed Tim robbers escaped with about 11000 Five morn men found guilty courtmartial trial of complicity tho revolutionary outbreak of April 13 wore hanged In Constant nopc- Brnughton Brandenburg was nr ralgncd In tho Police Court In Now York and was committed to the Tombs tn await trial No date for the trial wasllxcd A quarrel over n division fonro be tinsel two farm near Richmond Ind resulted In the killing of Alexander Meek and Richmond Meek turbo and son and the wounding of Frank Rails back Sr and Frank Riltsback Jr Bandits held up and robbed Great Northern fast mall train No 3 nine miles east of Spokane Wash at Morse about 1 oclock Sunday morning Ac cording to the reports at Hlltyurd the bandits obtained boody amounting to more than 120000 from the mall car The Internal Revenue Department has abated tho tax amounting to about 2600000 on whiskey lost at the Grcenbaum distillery Ore which oc curred at Midway lust August No tice was sent to Collector Sam J Roberts at Lexington Plans have been made to have Presl dentTaft make a trip from St Louis to New Orleans by boat when he at tends the Deep Waterways Assocla tions convention In November Tin President will be accompanied by a large heat of river craft the larger that has been assembled In many yearsCommonwealths Attorney Connor of Mount Sterling sued tho Bluegrass Seed Company and six citizens of that section for each and costs charg Ins them with forming a trust tocon trol the price and sale of Kentucky bluegrass seed In violation ot the State antitrust law Unless some unlocked for legal ob stools U Interpoied Opt Peter 0 HalnR Jr United States Army who was convicted of manslaughter In the first degree for killing William E Annie at the Bayslde Yacht Club last August will be taken to Sing Sing and at once will begin serving the sentence Imposed by J ustlce Garretson In the Supreme Court The sentence Is an Indeterminate one under which the minimum period of Imprisonment will be eight years and tho maximum sixteen year Ills time In prison must be spent at hard labor Its Fine Mr Trimble Oklahoma City says I gave a friend of wine a saw pie of your Bourbon Poultry cure he said It was line and handed me a del lar and told me to have you send him two bottles For sale by J R Mount Co Henpeck Hear about the awful af diction that befell your friend Strag gins yesterday Henderson No what was It wife eloped with him A Happy Father Is soon turned to a sad one If he has to walk the lloor every night with a crying baby McQeei Baby Elixir will make the child well soothe Its nerves Induce healthy normal Best for disordered bowels and sour teething babies need It Pleasant to take sure and safe contains no harmful drugs Price 25 and 60 cents per bottle R E Mc Roberts 1m Commissioners Sale tf GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT W T Turner V virtue of a the Oar rard Circuit Court at Its March 1900 lathe above styled action I will on 1 SMAY 24th 1009 between tfoV hours of 10 a m and 2 p m It being county court sell to the highest and bidder at the court house door In Lancaster Gar described real property On Campbell street In the city county the same real estate that watr to Victor S Leavell L Underwood und wife by ced dated 1004 In deed took 20 pogo 82 Gurrurd county clerks same orlgoat In boundary inuiiif tnAi one described In two I Said low number 8 and 9 In said lot No 8 fronts on the West slue of Campbell street with the of foot running back to the tight of way of the K U R R trod 7 on the north and lot No 0 on the south and It 68 poles Lot No 0 Is bounded on the Campbell attest on the No 8 on the west by the K C and on tits south lot No 10 sold lot having fronted on ft u depth of 1U5 ft Containing 68 Said loU will be rtld as a whale and solo is umdwfor the purpose ot realizing cost U approximately on day of solo TERMS Said sale will be made on of six months und the purchaser will bo to execute good payable to Master said pur money bearing 9 cent Inter rat per annum of nalo until ins the und effect of a If maturity wlU also o retained upon the land void fur the payment purchase U0ney J M ROTOWBLb MasterGoiur Garrard Circuit Court- J E Robinson Atty for Plff lull M 7 6 1009 I was dynamited ati 5000 K S HenpeckMy slumber stomachall p tC vs S Leavelleftof r ter Mte MOO A rind the conveyed 121h of Nov an recorded now ut ar separate r own to wit contains e t K a or 66 f f 2U5 00 r the which execution may soon not it i Sara Jz Land dared Kentucky dads by1tobert Iota bu as ire ltiun north y pales eabl frontage II SG y ate eon F What Gold Stamps Do you save COLD STAMiS If not why not They furnish your home 1KHK the best merchants give them with all purchases Start Collecting Gold Stamps Today and secure sonic of the many useful ornamental house told articles given in exchange The following men chants give them freely one t with each toe purchase H T Logan Clothing and Shoes The Joseph Mercantile Co f Dry Goods and Notions Gill Simpson Groceries SR E McRoberts Druggist I Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery- M K Denny Dentist T S Elkin Son Meats and Fish You have gdt to buy Groceries Dry Goods Shoes and rthcr commodities from some one The merchant In giving ou GOLD STAMPS charges no more but enables you to furnish your hume FREE with many useful and ornamental articles absolutely Free by earning premiums on money you liaveljot to spend with sonic one Start Saying ToDay I Free FreeN Wf Free A 1VtJI FreeWtMfl TEATEHSYILLK Mrs Kemp Walker and littledaughter and Mra E Its Sadler visit ed friends In Lancaster last week Mr Charlie Cotton and family were the pleasant guests of his brother Mr Sam Cotton Friday Mrs Julia Walker entertained a number of friends Sunday Mr and Mrs Smith Hurt visited Mr and Mrs N K Uoifgle Sunday Mrs Porter Wearren and children of Louisville are the quests of Sirs Maria Warren Mrs O Simpson and handsome little daughter visited Mr and Sirs Mark Uojle last week Mr William Cruse and wife are re Juicing over the arrival of a 4 pound boyMr Homer Tinsley and a merry party of young ladles pursed through our town Thursday In his automobile Cured His Hog J A Scott Avon Ky says Dour bon Hog Cholera Remedy cured some hogs for me that 1 did nut think could possibly be saved For sale by J R Mount Co The Bordeaux Mixture As Bordeaux mixture Is so univer recommended for spraying the following formula for making It and suggestions fur using taken truth Farm Journal Four pounds of sulphate of copper four pounds of quicklime gallons of water First dissolve the copper sulphate The easiest quickest way to do this Is to put copper sulphate In a cheesecloth bag and suspend the In a barrel partly tilled with water Next slake the limo In all other receptable and strain the milk of lime thus obtained Into the copper sulphate solution Lastly add sufll clenl water to make llfty gallons It Is safe to use this full strength mix ture on ulmiBt all foliage but when spraying tender things such as peach trees or watermelon vines It Is wiser to reduce the quantities of limo arid copper sulphate onehalf Dy adding one quarter pound of Paris green to each fifty gallons of Bordeaux the mixture becomes a combined fungi clde aud Insecticide Or arsenate of lead may bo added Instead of Paris green two or three pounds of till arsenate to Ufty gallons of Bordeaux There are now on the market good commercial forms of arsenate of lead Seedsmen sell them Fur use on fruit trees we prefer to use arsenate of lead rather titan Paris green It slicks und Is less liable to Injure the foliage FINE FA1IM IN MUltAHl COUNTY F01 A blue grass farm lor l ou nw pike r Iolut Ltavn and lU south of Laccaitur coulaluliii W acre well loctiti u good mljiliturliood being part ot the Julio Walker Iracl wllh t UaiiJuome new v reidleuc lurtou wilt all ntiieiiarii oultundlit4 auil g oil iiw liaru V ll lU UBVor falling i rlu i ihrougb- Tmx i ciiU In land balauc and two year from bearing lU pet c Nnuui looklug for rush pleas W 0 WALKER Banf rd Ky I sally fifty bags HAM I IIIII Ilea f mil Ifrd creek ru of interest until paid ore do batter line two elory tug one day sale place write SHERIFFS SALE Land on Execution IJy virtue execution No 170 In fa Tor of the Proolor Coal Co iinnlnst Jamlmu Corder and llih Cordur lev led March 11 1UOU No 191 In Co against Jemima Corder levied Oth 1001 Both of said executions directed to mo and Issued from Clerks olllce of Gar rard I or onoof my dep utica will May 4 11K9 bt tween the und 2 p m being county court tor Our rard county before the court house Lancaster expose tain lot or ground and brick business and dwelling house heron described as follows to wit Being in the city of Oar on the S K corner the East by an ulley tm the South ty the property heirs and on lOt Nd 35 on of the of Lancaster containing conveyed to Jemima Corder Jus A Jones and wife May 18 1007 deed hook No Garrard County Clerks onice The ld B K Corder being entitled to a homestead in said property of the value of 11000 Tile made subject to said homestead and over and above said hometead realized frumtlils sale by much thereof ss follows Pint The PrcctnrCoal Co 13302 Kcond itro 37 M Total debts sold 8171 42 TKitMs Sale will be made on a month with fraud with approved security required from purchaser Interest at the rate of 0 per annum from day of which execution may Issue If nut paid Given under my hand us sheriff of Oarrard county this April 21 IDOir- O A ARNOLD Sheriff Garrard County Ky Just received another Car Load of LaPort BUGGIES We handle only first class Buggies such as KauffmanLaPortand medium line 0 L Hammack Paint tAck Kentucky A Smile U a pretty hard thing to accomplish after youre blue bilious und out of aorti There U a sure cure fur oil kinds of fitomucli and liver complaints constipation und Hal U yet absolutely effective In all cases Price 60 per bottle U EI MoRobert lut r f favor of louts or 10 a v for sale tu the highest a cer or nnn Butord streets UII by about acre same property willhecredit- or sale until Said bond the force and fclfe t of a bond r Or and execution j Clrcuiv CurL tit ladder Lancaster Campbell Campbell street being I anitl being sale mid cants w Worth a Thought Why tin Mm Tlu Iho Metal Itoiillnu MlllR IViibio VurlbfHt Ilutibcr niMlliii Why do tint their ran Simply br rnttio they know roiidj win InM lonuor In IIMCO nncl li cxpcimo to lilY Wrllo mid snmplcg W W W1TIIRIU- 2irt H Mitln Hi LcxliMton Ky lOOn SEASON 1000 Grant Monical Record 2124 j Trlnl 218 Full brother to lr Monloil 2mUi The lrcildontJU7rornolla A 2Sllt Dr Mason 211 Dr Miniton 4 2OSi nml Monica 2341 flay horse foaled 1102 1C lauds high fly Oambcttii Wllkes 400 rcc ord 2lVt- OIIANT MdNiuAi will make nnn of 11KW at the stable of L K Hon ors at the Fair 0 rounds at 120 to In sure cult Call on or mldrcu R G Evans L K Rogers 423 6t Danville Kentucky J Ihll I 111111 Ir arils tutu al- Ii rJ 1llrlofleli II O w I hry the sea living late Ss Mills 1 Itm tot nut tie a I I li Shield I Just ask anyone who has ever tried Shield Brand Clothing and they will tell you one of two things either that it was or that they got their money back and ninetynine out of a hun tired will tell you it was SatisfactoryThe sold within the following tangc pricesMens Clothing 10 THE LOWEST 20 THE HIGHEST Boys Clothing 3 tho Lowest 0 tho Highest With time word Guaran teed printed right on price card attached to coat sleeve Your privilege to look without cost our pleasure to show whether you buy or S BROWN Lancaster Ky HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES Tho that causa skin diseases must bo drawn to tho surface of the skin cold destroyed liquid for external use will do thin null euro every form of akin dl cneo tola everywhere Write for earn plo CoBt Loula Fur ado at Fruit and Ornamental Everything fur Qrphard Lawn and Garden Write fur Catalogue H Lexington Kentucky 1 E rbartt Sturu JEEES F Sons s y satisfactory not- Re 1V Moil rug Hi1lonnsyor FARMERS COLUMN fcelow Mlle ttfudlnx l for lift eielii IT HID nf onr firmer milxcrlbfrt and ll for the i ln it grain mid stab things OH firm it the farmer caunnl afford In lIe No he aeetfilrd aver HUM mid nil Iwo lone of the Lost n cleaner from n corn jilnnler between Lancaster awl Drakes Gfqek Any Information Kindly received br 0 It Sittton Ky Boyi will bo Ooyt awl nro ulwnyn getting scratches cuts HpniliiN bruinr bump lnirnN RpiiltK Pont neglect sash thliiK iliov tniiv result norliiu It you Apply llillurdH Snow Liniment dc cordlnu to directions and It will rdluva the pail and the trouble Irlco 23c 60 und II 00 It K MclloborK Im Making a Plttol Safe Whoa you wish to a person how o uio n revolver remove cylinder put on tlio safety catch mid keep your flnRcr oft tlio trigger 8L Lotus IoitDlnpatch UNION A Ixijr arrived nt the homo of Ucorita lloiulcvTlio passed off quietly MM linnlo Koohlor who hits IcnchliiK school In Tozitii lithe iMiefVu of her parents Mr anti Mm A J lluminack Will Harris sold four Morgan price I20 Mrs A J Iliuinnncli Sr U slowly linprovlnir A fair sized crowd attended the Tudor sale tho 12th COWH brought and 139 a piece jrcarlliikM 135 per heaJ Cream Vermifuge I r t I tepees I her will III r 111 fnfrhllke r I tit nwny heal tine I J shouts tu 0 lid corn VIIITES I t T 1eee4eeonnaroceeo H y OOOeNNk N1e Mee00M0NN stuck nodes roars beooly o e Preacher vllie Ihlit a slow r hero Been A 37ts e THE 6IURUUEI WORMI1 THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC ctw t or IMITATION f Till INOINC ri tr1tO ONLY BollardSnow Liniment Co- fT UOUIO NO MoHoberts Drug Store ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Aro quickly cured by ZEMO a clean tire ZKMO U hut known for tlio I tutont relict and positive cUre of eczema pimples every nf Mnflln fUKAfllf For ealo everywhere Write for am plo E W o C k8t Louis Fcr sale at McItoberU Dm Storj Ask and TAR CURES PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Honey and Tar not stops tho cough but heals and strength en the lungs and prevent serious n lultt from a cold i There It no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung K Foleys Honey and Tar taken as It will euro the mot stub born cougU the dAugerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop Into pneTimoula over night K you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when and Tar will cure you quickly anti strengthen your lung Remember tbi name Foley Honey and Tap and refuse any substitute offered Do not with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Feleye Honey and Tar that yeu lie mere and I and certain rn results Contains no opiate Owed After Phytlelane laid Ma Consumption i E U Jones Pmtor M 12 Church Grove old wrlteit About seven or eight years go I had a very severe cold which physicians said wu very nee pneumonia anti which they afterwards pronounced consumption Through a friend I was Induced to try a sample foley Honey and Tar which rat to much relief that I bought ol the regular size Two or three bottle cured me of what the pbytlcUu consumption and I have never any trouble with my throat or lungs glace that time Three le 2So SOc 100 The 50 cent lw contains two to4 lint R ranch ft the small size and f100 bottle almost U tloitt M muck SILI All lEMMMENKI IT C C J Storiucs tI nlld fur sslaplo IFOLEYS HONEY ole Ii I Foley costa sate o rave 1 I cart 4- Ihad 41 the U 4 ev the t Coughs andOolds only trouble Henry take chancu sHad I r some i oee hall t