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THE CENTRAL RECORDPURK llKMaiON UNTARN1BHKI nKMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVMlNMKNT TWKfiTIKTtl VKAH LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 28 won Mvanitn a fo y 4 1 I Special prices on BUGGIES for the next Ten Days A few Buckboards at cost Come and get one while they last Rubbertires Repairing Morse Shoeing Etc CONN BROTHERS IIT i 1 t i i- J It rI i h u I J tt I L Mm W It Hughes and dlslo Gated her hip which Is hot con sldcrabto pain I Thoro will bo preaching at tho nap tint church Sunday morning and eve ning by tho pastor HOT 0 P Push Road what Mr II V Bnntln says In his advertisement on page 4 In regard to tho creamery Watch It each week Ho will Interest you Messrs Henry Kennedy repre sentatives of Golden St Flora Rlh mond Ky dealers In monuments will soon erect a handsome monument at a cost of 12000 over the remains of tho late W J lllllflple In Lancaster cemetery Mr E II Walker who had an opera tlon performed some weeks ago hiss gone to Norton Infirmary Louisville accompanied by role physician Dr J II Klnnald Ills friends hope for his speedy recovery Mr Shelby L Allen of won the automobile In the Times Proverb Contest solving 50 out of 67 proverbs He Is a soninlaw of J R Mount of this city who claims that his Intelligence Is due to tho relation Mi I p Bat Bill Tho Lancaster boys will play liar rodsburg on this Friday afternoon Ma 28tb They will play two games tho tint being called at 2 p m Wo are expecting a very close name and from all reports the crowd will be as largo as last Friday Court Day Monday was tin dullest court for many years In Lancaster There was a very small crowd owing to tho far mers being so busy Little stock was sold and but llttlo offered Capt Am Uourno reports a good crowd at the Evans deceased and that the household gouda brought good prices Five shares of Garrard Hunk Trust Co stock brought 1105 each and two shares In Kengarlan Hotel brought 112 CO each Mr Andrew Guyn died at his homo just over the Madison line after a gradual decline aged 00 years lie leaves two sons and two ters Ho was popular and highly es teemed being affectionately known as Father Quyn and was strong of prohibition contributing largely troll his ample means to and other worthy and char Mi Guyn had been a faithful member of New Hope church for many years Tho funeral were conducted at the residence by Key Kerr after which the remains were brought to Lancaster for burial tJ1 foil LaGrange I sale ot Mr Oeo Gun advocate temperance arable causo Iring ik grand daugh services SHOES I WALOYER nrb made in almost endless variety They aromndo for J who work and those who piny for every kind of i and every kind of play for tho business man tho clerk tho society loader and for every other human voca i X 1 R those Work s tion and vacation Theyre for happiness for comfort for pleasure for satisfiictiqn for every day of tho week and for every week i It fIi r J rtr A I H T LOGAN Ask For Gold Trading Stamps n I t t I vr fI f u r y r y M i 4 The Ladles Aid Society will meet Saturday afternoon with Mrs Rebec ca West on Danville street Tho lot sale by Hughes Florence and McCarty at Stanford was a sue I tees In every sense I lion 8 D Cochran Is preparing to build a magtilflcont residence on tho farm which ho recently purchased near town Services at Lancaster Methodist Church next Sunday morning and night by Dr Pearce Pastor All Invited M D Hughes has received tho funds j to pay tho of tho last primary j election and claims will bo paid when presented to him Mrs Dillon Found Dead At press hour wo learn of tho sudden death of Mrs Elizabeth Dillon relict of Capt HORton Dillon she being found dead In her bed Thursday mor nlng She had been In poor health for many months was about 70 years j old and well known In tho commu t nlty Summer School We are delighted to learn that a I Summer School for teachers will be In progress at Richmond during Juno and July This School was expressly for the teachers of the state and a credit to tho re markable sentiment In favor of better J trained teachers We suggest that every teacher of a graded or high J school should attend this session in preparation for next years work Blue Grate Creamery At a meeting of the stock holders of i the Dluo Grass Creamery Saturday J afternoon tho directors decided to sell the property privately or publicly by Juno 10 Mr II V Rustln one of Lancasters hustlers purchased the property for 11600 and authorizes us to say that It will be run regularly and J that It the farmers will stick to him he will make It pay them He has gone to Elgin Illinois to gain better Ideas of how to make creamery pay Double Header II BALL CAME Friday Afternoon Harrpdsburg r Lancaster Game Called At 2 p in Memorial Service Tho Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U D C will hold a memorial service on Thursday Juno 3rd at the Court House at 2 oclock and a cor dial Invitation Is extended to the en tire community Prof A H Thock morton Dean of tho Law of Central University Danville will deliver the address attorney L L Walker of this city Introducing the speaker of the occasslon Other features will bo Included to furnish nil interesting and attractive pro gramme s Republican Notice Tho Republican of par rard county is hereby to meet In tho county court In Kentucky on Thursday June 3rd 1009 at 3 oclock p tho purpose of determining the In which nominations offices shall be made or to If tho candidates so desire them to do All Republicans arc hereby urged to bo present atsald meeting Any ono who desires to become a candidate for any county olllco must bo present In person at this meeting or be repre sented by some ono else A D ltrldge Chairman W O Mays Secretary BOO Base Ball Fans Witnessed The HuitonvllleLancaiter Game The opening game of tho Lancaster Base Ball Club was played Friday af ternoon before a crowd of 600 lovers of the sport All the stores In town were closed which shows tho that has been taken to make this the banner year for the club Tho management of tho club wishes to apologize to tho spectators for not haying a moro Interesting game and say that It was the only weak teats sent out from Hustonvllle Tho score In tho llrst gamo was 10 to I In favor of Lancaster and that ono was made on the only error made by tho homo team during that game Till second game was 20 to 6 In Lancaster favor Tho line up was Lancaster Watkins p Daneheo c MoRoberti lb liurnsldo 2b Schooler 30 Joseph BS Putuplircy If Denny of Ware rf Second Value was tho same line up except Anderson pitched Watkins truck out 12 and Anderson 8 men Hustonvlllos team was first game Dunn pi Uurnett c Swopo lb Hall 8b Stag 3b Qllbock BSJ Hack It Con nlngham eft Null rfi The second game was the same except Carpenter pitched Dunn truck out one and Carpenter two moll Ell expenses established IS quite a i vs i Department commltt cal d roo m for anner or co nty n k nominations pr nt Interest ever NNN Lancaster E HEADQUARTERS Binders Mowers Rakes and Twine HASELDEN BROS WholesaleHARDWARERetail Lancaster Kentucky i I It Deering J10 t I t l Z Z 7 Z k FORE 1 i 4Sy Riftv5 nC 33GYr G T ttli0 a t5 kSl 7 rSrFiARA7it 7SrDd7 Mr and Mrs U W Anderson are re over the arrival of a fine boy christened Fisher Herring Sunday School Convention The county Sunday School Conven will hold Its annualmoollng on May 2Ulh at the Methodist church at Hryantsvlllc A cordial Invitation Is extended to all and they especially want a delegate twin each school In the county Automobile Races The biggest auto raco ever held In Kentucky will take place at trotting track Lexington Ky beginning promptly at 200 p m Saturday May 29ih There will be one Motorcycle raco and four races for Automobiles ODD of which will be a racy at fifty miles open to any automobile Go and enjoy an afternoon of speed contests and excitement Now A Minister Rev Clarence H Poague who will graduate at tho Transylvania Univer sity with the degree of A M June lOtb will bo remembered hero as one of the professors under Principal Mil ton Elliott of Garrard College and a man of much learning He has made a phenomlnal record having completed tho prescribed course since his matrl culutlon on November 10th a period of only six months Ho has been to the pastorate of the Christian Church at Junction City Before and After When tho dozen saloons closed Richmond owed 122000 of old debts Including 112000 School Bands and had but 11000 In fund Our Sinking Fund now contains 0000 wo have paid off 1000 of tho old debt paid City Schools 23 700 in past two years as much as they received during the three years of 100345 have built a now street on Bronston Place at 1000 down 1700 worth of concrete pavements 2000 worth of lIre equipment and paid all other running expenses and yet did It all despite tho loss In these two years of 24000 from saloons 011 ing streets vitrified tile drains electric lights at 800 less yearly cost There aro 2000 white and col ored shool children in Richmond out side of Madison Institute and Normal School Richmond Register The Influence of a FIr Of course tho prizes that are to be won at fairs and expositions make the contests more Interesting to the farm ers who enter their products Thorns no denying this but It Is rut the lit tie money that they got that makes every roan da his best to win the It U the friendly rivalry tho big profits that come from the elTort to raise better crops and hotter livestock the reuniting Increase In his Income for the year that makes Farm er start early III the spring to prepare exhibits for ono or many of the class es In which premiums aro altered Right now U the soison when he begins actively to work out his crop plane and to select his exhibition live stock Tho exhibitor uses In his farming and the prosperity which almost Invariably results make their Impressions on his neighbors and they adopt methods which n time are adopted by other formers of their community and thus the county fairs and the big State Fairs spread their good Influence all over the State pat toady for tho Lancaster Fair on 21203QUJ terrif- Ic I sink- Ing put modern ribbons r care l tion called outstanding Dl July Mr and Mrs lien Eiison are greatly pleased over tho arrival of a fine boy Banks Closed All of tho banks of Lancaster wfll bo closed Monday May 31st This holiday Is taken on Monday because the lcvgal holiday May 30th falls on Sunday Dr D S Gowen With Dr 11 S Gowen as president of New Mexico Normal University tho Hoard of Regents and the people of Las Vegas feel that they have the right man In tho right place Dr Gowen has been at tho head of the department of education In this Ins titution and has also been supervisor of tho training school henco his work Is known and there can bo no ques tier but that his elevation to tho presidency Is merited Dr Gowen Is a graduate of Yalo and also of Clark University He has tho U A and tho M A degrees from tho former and tho Ph D from the latter Institution Ho received one of tho best fellowships at each universi ty At Yalo he was ono of the first four In a class of 260 men ho received the appointment o philosophical oration wjs elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society and received special twoyear honors in phlltsophy Slnco coming to tho territory Dr Gowen has made number of addres ses ono before the New Mexico Edu callonal Association which have at traded much attention and brought him Into prominence in educational circles Ex The subject of tho foregoing was well known hero having taught at Garrard College and has many friends here Wo were a pupil of his and congratulate him on his success The people of Las Vegas should count themselves most lucky in securing his services u Look Here Farmers I All large Tobacco growers use the Transplanter It runs lighter and you can do more work with it and plants grow better with it any other planter You can use this planter where others fail Buggies Surries Driving Wagons Phaetons Bemis t than S 1 r I i I have Vehicles of all kinds and all prices The largest stock ever shown In Lancaster and every one guaranteed I will save you money Come and see W J RomansLancaster Kentucky r p i CENTllAll RECORD ISStllCD WKRRLYi 1100 A F S HUGHES EdrPubr Xnltrtit at IW IVil In fxtiimilrr Ay ml lkt itn H Mill Mailer Member Ky Aiioelatlon I ml Eighth District Publlthir Lnncatter May 30 1909 For Political For Precinct and City Ofllcc 1 600 For Count Oillccs 1000 Fir State and District Onicci For Calls per line 10 For Cards per lino For all publication In the Inter eitof Individual expression of Individual views per lint 10 Obituaries per line 05 I III KARI hilt Press League Ky Announcements WOO 10 1 i Plates i i Democratic Ticket Circuit Judge M C Snufley For Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Ilardln Fur State Senator It L nubble Fur Circuit Clerk W B Mason ForCounty Jud c A D Ford For County Attorney J E Rubtnson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Shunt Gco T Uallard For School Superintendent Mltw Jen nle Illgglns For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J II Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourse For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To tho Republican party of Garrard I am a for the Re publican nomination for County At torney and will appreciate your support B D Herndon The public In some sections has been misinformed In reference to the Issnes In the Judicial prlmay election It has been said that the victory of Baufley means a victory fur the of prohibition that Owsley had the solid support of the prohibition element and the fight was made along these lines The facts dill prove these assertions If Owsley had received the solid support or even a majority of the prohibition or local option element he would have been nominated The truth Is the majori ty of tho otcs cast for Saufley were of that persuasion An attempt was made to Inject that Issue Into the campaign but It failed It was regarded as a Democratic campaign free from a local Issue over which the Judo would bave no con trol except to Instruct the grand jury and leave them to be advised by prose cuting attorneys C A Hardin and J 1C Robinson It was known that Baulley had always Instructed his ju ries to Investigate all violations of the local option law that he Is temperate honest and capable that he really fa vor the principle of Local option and he announced at Stanford during the campaign that be was opposed to open saloons Hon R II Tomllnson Senator Oeo T Farris and Mr J 0 Bogie have been mentioned as candidates for the Legislature all of whom are good Democrats and the first two named have served In that with much credit to themselves and entire to the people A strung Is being brought to bear on Mr Tomllnson to Induce him to announce for the Democratic nomination It contended that conditions are such as to make him the logical He has held city and county onlces and served two terms In the legislature with marked ability and distinction always guarding the best Interests of the people lie Is an able lawyer an eloquent and convincing speaker which together with his ex perlence snake him well equipped for the place Ho was never defeated bo lag an aggressive worker and u splen did organizer In political campaign and friends do not fear detest If lie should enter the race Senator James B McCreary Pres ident of the Peace and Arbitration League entertained that body In Washington and said In part The sentiment the people every where Is fur peace and the feeling In favor of the settlement of disagreements without wpr and arbitration Is growing stronger every day certainly U a source of pleasure to us all thai our country took the lead In the tint legislation to promote arbitration and In the first reference of an International disagreement tu The Hague tribunalbeing the case between tine United States end Mex Mrs Caroline Harllette Crane the noted lecturer on clvlo righteousness has been sued for damages by Dr Wltherspuon of Urrodnburg on ae count of made by her In a the pour house and farm of Mercer county and aa physician This proves the truth of the Plvlae Injunction that county opponents body his Internat- Ional lilt Ico lecture eflllnll his I For I i strictly satisfaction pressure being candidate I charger i conduct woman should not speak In public but should leant of her hlibaml nt home The Sflvantmli News truthfully says The Democrat will n plcn did position In the next campaign mill oven In tho next Pres idential campaign the people want tho tariff lowered Tho want lower prices Iud they mean to have them Tho cost of living and thIS protlU of tho urIfTprotcctcd trusts are too great It will bf gratifying to the public to know that all Indications point new era of prosperity In every de purl men t of trade and commotce throughout tho country Farmers are expecting abundant harvest and wo will again hae reason to exclaim Praise clod from whom all Blessings How We will soon publish a statement of tho financial condition of Oarrard county which will show such faithful and efficient work nn the part of the County Judge tho magistrates and county attorney J E Rubinson that tho people will decide to let enough alone and November Judge won for Circuit Judge of the Lincoln district over Judge Sam Owsley h over l200 Judge Sauflfy Is ono of the ablest Jurist In the state and a fine with It Ml Vernon Signal Fake Journalism l the bane of this generation and reporters should be put under bond to Investigate even report that might effect the character or property of The Nlcholasvllle Tribune edited by W Boner and J L Sowers four weeks old yet It wears the most fashionable dress and tilks well Years Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked In the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young 1 feel just like a ICvearold he writes after taxing six buttes of Electric Bitters For thirty years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me 1 had found the greatest cure on eat th Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown or old people Try thera600 at R E McRoberts 1m An Aped For Home Children Now that the warm summer days are almost upon us It Is absolutely necessary to find country homes for the babies who are in tbe receiving home of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society Every parent knows how ciutntlal It Is that babies should be kept cool and comfortable In the summer and how Important Is that they get good pure milk Their very lives de pend upon it We have nine babies from two months old to a year and a half and we earnestly hope to place each one In a good country home within the next few weeks They are bright sweet babies an 1 will bring sunshine whet ever they go There are thirteen boys and girls from eighteen months up to flue years attractive happy little folks who would be easy to train are Just at the age when children are most responsive to kindness and af fectlon We also bave two sisters age ten and four respectively and their lit tle Jbrotber aged seven whom we would like to place In the same home If possible They are as good children as we have ever had In tbe home and are so strongly attached to each other that we would dislike to part them However If we cannot find a home for all three together we would like to some willing to take tho sisters We also have larger children We only place our children In homes where the moral and social atmos phere Is o the best and good refer cnces are always required Any one desiring to do a good work In the world and at the same tlmo gain the truest pleasure will do well to apply for a child to The Kentucky Childrens Home Society 1080 Baxter Ave Louisville Ky CAKTKKSVIfLE Miss Mary Beazley of Flatwood has been the guests of the Misses Brewer for the past week Uev Bryant tilled his regular pointment here Saturday and Sunday and had a large attendance Little Mildred Allen has been very sick but Is better at this writing Mrs Rachel McQuerry and Miss Joule Robinson are numbered with the sick Miss Mary Abblo Luns ford were tho pleasant guests of Miss Naomla Jennings Saturday frame work of Mr Marsees house and Is ready to go to weatherboarding Mn Dollle Prewltt formerly known us Dollle Crutcliur died Monday slid was burled ut the CurlersvIHe Tuesday We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family Smashes All Records an allround laxative tonic and health builder no other pills can cum pare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver then the nervesj cure Constipation Dyspepsia Biliousness Jaundice headache Chill and Malaria Try a McROberU in u u V occupy wellI snake no M O anyone U Is Lived 152 They find apt Roop and Mr O S Ruop has gotten up the All me kidneys purity the blood strong thom Ibo ton Saulley gentleman boy cemetery heartfelt sIt1 c General News Burglar broke Into the tOstohlco nt hells Tex i dynamited tho sate and CRdtpcd with about After nn absence of six irtonllm the bubonlo plague linn again made II ap pairunco In Caracas Ono Is under examination Presbyterian Gen Brat Assembly at Beutonvllle Ark adopted strong resolutions tarot of prohibition Speculative prices for grain con Inued to soar on the Chicago hoard of Trade wheat corn and to new high record marks for the season Mrs Louts Carsten cut tho throat of her three children end then her own at the family home near East tampion Conn Two of tho children are dead Helen Kelly Gould was granted an absolute divorce In New York from Frank J Gould Mrs Oould custody of their children for ono Ion of each year and Uould to tare custody for tho remaining portionA In the memory of George Meredith the novelist who died May 18 was held In Westminster Abby and was attended by a large gathering of persons prominent In diplomatic literary political and artistic circles The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church prepared an appeal to President Tart asking him make representations to the Belgian that will Insure a fair trial to the two missionaries who are to bo tried in Congo Free State on the charge of libel Dispatches to Duns Review continued Improvement busi conditions particularly at the West where manufacturers are engaged Some Irregularity Is In other sections of the country the general trend Is toward distinct progress Hi II a time before His distributed a portion of tile fortune among his four children It is understood that he gave 14000000 each to his sun 11 H Rogers Jr and to his three daughters Mrs W E Benjamin Mrs Urdan H Broughton and Mrs W R Cue Tho remainder of his estate will be disposed of by his willMrs Caroline B Crane of Mich employed by the Slate Board of Health to Inspect the conditions that prevail In Ken Lucky cities delivered an address Frankfurt In which she pictured the conditions la and around the capital city most unfavorable The tenement district the jail and Feeble Minded Institute came In for strictures from Mrs Crane A jury in the Ohio county Circuit Court at Hartford Ky brought In a verdict of 15000 for Dr Westerfleld administrator of Roy WesterHeld against Capt Peter Johnson of Ev ausyllle Ind Samuel owned by Capt Johason ran into a raft of logs on Green River lost winter and Roy WesterHeld and three other mesa were killed Three more suits against Capt Johnson are pent tag Mr Westeilleld was a nephew of Mr Jasmil of this city Despite the fact hundreds of thous ands of dollars have been spent In uu endeavor to extinguished tile burning for flay years In the Lehlgb Coal and Navigation Companys mine at Summit Hill Pa the tire Is spreading toward the Spring workings and thirty of the Reading Companys carpenters and masons have beeu sent from the Ashland dis trio to aid in erecting concrete walls to check the spread of the flames Great quantities o f sulpher lie around the sunken shafts and the work is dangerous It may be to fill the shafts with water Charles Kaiser an Indian son of Black Horse a Washoo chief was hanged In the State penitentiary of Nevada for the murder of his wife Five honored Indians resenting the execution are now In Carson City planning to hold a powwow As tho Indians are heavily armed the body will be burled secretly with In tho walls of the penitentiary and the State police will order the Indians to disperse The Indians resent the In terference of State authorities In their affairs and declare It was their duly tu hang Kaiser Sheriff Shlpp Deputy Sheriff Gibson and four other residents of Hamilton County Tenn were declared to be guilty of contempt of the Supreme Court of the United States In combln Ing In a conspiracy 1005 to lynch a negro named Johnson sentenced to death for criminal assault Johnson was lynched after he had been granted an appeal by the Supreme Court will be passed upon the six men next Tuesday week The opinion of the court handed down by Chief Justice Fuller Justice Peckham pro a dissenting opinion which concurred In two members of the court Wont Slight A Good Friend over I need a cough medicine a alr I know what to gelj declares Mrs A L Alley of Heals Me for after using ten bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing excel loot results In tar own fatally and others 1 am convinced It U the best medicine made for Coughs Colds and lung Every one who It fuels just that way Relief I felt at once and Ha quick euro surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup Sore Throat pain In ohMtor IU supreme 600 and 100 Trial bottle by R K 1m t 1 i e I 1000 case ont The Cumberland oats advanc- Ing Is 61 r Southern to Govern men Indicate sanitary II The towboat necessary Sentence was was its trouble Orlppe granted s Hess actively noted although death Kalamazoo no v y nil tales There I No Sueoite for the Man Who vacillates Who In fainthearted Who shirks responsibility Who cover dares to take risk Who thinks fate Is ngalnil him Who Is discouraged by reverses Who nut believe In himself Who expects nothing but failure Who Is always belittling himself Who I always anticipating trouble Who for something to turn up Who complains that ho never had n elution Who Is constantly grumbling about hi workWho his heart Into he does Who blnmtS circumstance or other people for his failure Who can do n pour days work with out n protest from his conscience Who assumes the altitude of a vic tim whom everyb dy Is ben I on doing Who expects to eliminate from his work overriding that Is disagreeable distastefulWho wishing that ho were doing something else Instead of the thing he I doing Who clings tenaciously to old and old of doing thing and Is a slave of precedent Who himself within own little life so completely that ho can not take Interest In anything outside of ItWho thinks tho times are always out of joint and that he not born at the right moment or In the right place Success Magazine Harry Something Is preying upon my mind Helen What a small appetite that something must navel Was I full last iilghl Well you tried to challenge the winner In a fight we look In Judge Now Rastus you tell the jury the whole truth about those chickensRastus tho prisoner Yo honor Id rather hab do Jury render IU ver dlclf first City SayRubc why dont hens lay Town Because they aro roosters GILES Mrs Fronle Reynolds has been very sick but Is now Improving Mr and Mrs Lesley Tester were visiting Mr and Teater of Madison last week Mrs Jake Hurt has been very sick but Is now Impovlng and we hope will soon be alright again Mr Riley Davis sold a young horse for 185 Miss Ida and Minnie Teater visited their brother George of Madison last week Miss Eliza Watts has returned home from Winchester where she has been visiting mends W M 0111 bought some corn from Wesley Simpson 1350 per barrel Mrs Lee Murphy has been very sick for some time Sunday School is doing nicely at Chapel let more of the parents come put and bring their children and take part In our school We are glad to report that Mr James Gaheart who has been vary sick Is up again LouisvilleIMiss Cora Murphy one of Madlsdns charming young ladles and Mr John Dalley drove to Lancaster last Thurs dui May 20th 1009 and were quietly married returning homo late In the afternoon Their many friends wish them great happiness Mrs Raymond Davis was visiting Mrs James Teater last week Subscribe for tine Racoon HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES Tho that cause akin diseases must be drawn to the surface of and destroyed will do this and will permanently cure every form of solo everywhere pic Co St Louis Far sale at Drugstore NOTICE POULTRY RAISERS Now Is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonlo 11x41144 cures Cholera Gapes Roup Canker and Llmberneck When fed as a proven tatlve It not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay cents No Cure No Pay Guaranteed by our druggist K E McllOHERTS Try It under the guarantee Ask for diseases of poultry 3123m Drilling Having a firetolass Stpaqi Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells Im prepared to drill them any debtli For further Information write JE HAMMOND Lancaster Ky dues waits I puts I I I ideas ways I hits was at night for external use Write forsa Eo no Melt nbarts Price IIU booklet- on Well f- I anything shuts moving picure hen Mrs George floe rl lda ai Shield The DifferenceI- s just this if you buy a Shield Brand Suit at either of the prices within the fol lowing ranges Mens Clothing the Lowest 20the Highest Boys Clothing 300 tho Lowest 0 00 the Tlighcs You have the satisfaction of knowing that you got your moneys worth and a JamUp stylish suit while U you buy a substitute you are always In doubt about the matterGuaranteed is the word printed right across the top of the price card which is attached to coat sleeve Special For One Week Beat Grain Pepper only lOcte Best Brass Wash- Board uric each Best Machine Oil Gets 10 dozen shirts worth 100 only 50a each inch shooting only Co yard Sanders Hicks Stone Ky and Lovd Kv Will Not Go Far Wrong Let us a llttla permit niUuro to take her own ho butter understands her own affairs than wo JIiuit l ue WANTED Poultry and EggS Highest prico paid for Poultry GOOD OLEAN EGGS 17tfo Hens Hots Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber 0 SID 38 I wayl Northcott seven r H1Bt AfI WI h1 rho fIii II nntl t J I II I wilt cnn itHIO to 1- J i full M I I iuc his f I Sanders Schooler Sanders I it I r 4 Y1YYiaY 1tIrollii oil N 1 nttlnsldr IttlilblJl alit 1GUitirnOturlifl b 1a k t1atl1 llhiti Coal sfttd- of 1 Iuiiibcr r all o a mill r wp iiiiiiMvw irarMMNIV THE Notional Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A U President J E5TOIUIE3 C ItEXXV J FUoblnkon AwtCashr R T Kmbry llookkecpor Saml D Cochran Alex H D nny A 0 Robinson John H BtOrinr S C- Denny J VI Williams DUN Ice trot- S cashier UI ItEUTOitai L Gill Safety Deposit Boxes forr Rent I I t I i z a1 u r eyour Tobacco Barns with BEAZLEY HASELDEN I ns will Insure your tolacco also Office National leant Phonc 3t u V f r ri trey k they of Lancaster i= J J WALKKII President jeln J H JOHNSON Vice treat f llf Tta CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Or LANOASTKK KY CAPITOl 50000 SURPLUS 15000 U P HUDSON Cashier WO RIONKV AsstCashr 0 D WALKKII Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRKOTOKS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Glbln Lewi L Walker i t f t P Arnold 1BUIIir OROANIZUD 1883 I A n McCormack MACHINES Mowers 4250 Hay Rakes 2250 Tobacco Transplanters 5250 J E Mount Co C Binders 12250 L L n 4 tJ A EEAZLEYI i Woodyri U It UNDERTAKER Arterial aid CAVity Ellbalml- ngo oa PqlII11 Sires Solicit Your Business I We I I 1 i mi LINE OP CASKETS AND UUIUU ALWAYS IN STOCK SUBSCRIBE FOR RECORB IIOII S I k THREE IDEAL FARMS IN ONE The perfection of real estate nil that i beautiful and desirable In country life Including locali ty soil and Improvements U cmliodlcd n faro of 35 acre adjolulng the thriving town of Hryniitsvlllc Ky anti near the lantoui Cntnp Ulch Robinson farms which sell nt over too per acre There arc three tracts with dwellings and ImprovcniciitH on salt atilttble for tints families desiring to locate on adjoining farms or if bought by one party two houses could be occupied by tobacco tenants The best equipped barn in the county is on the premises having water supplied by n windmill The floors arc built as residence flooring the stulls arc large ami well constructed machinery for cutting feed being run by an engine Stock scales nnd a large tobacco barn nre among other Improvements The land lies well and is of n high grade well fenced well wntered n portion of it being matted with blue grass in gently undulating pastures Most of the laud lens been kept in grass and will easily raise 1500 pounds of hemp 1800 pounds of tobacco and 60 to 75 bushels of corn Such soil Is the basis of nit value and the large profit which It yields ou the investment explains why capital Is Reeking real estate It being not only the best but the safest investment This together with the fact tuft population U Increasing thereby Insuring n continuance of good prices for farm products proves that good rent estate will continue to advance in price Besides the intrinsic value of a home the locality and surroundings render it more cr less valuable Good roads good schools churches and good morals nre important factors in determining the value of n farm because they contribute to tunes substantial happiness which Is the mainspring of human action and the object sought in cvcry section of our country These elements enter largely into the attractiveness and consequently of this property It lies on a splendid turnpike for a distance of about one unite the community consists of the highest grade of citizenship the people being moral cultured and exceedingly hospitable The residences arc in sight of Hryantsvllle which has n thriving bank merchants a good school and a church of mumbershlp that town being about 9 miles from Lancaster the county seat of Garrard County on the Lexington pike The enterprise of the citizens in that section is further manifested by the fact that they are preparing to es tabllsh n Graded Shool nt HryintHville and If they succeed which Is almost certain this property will advance from ten to twenty dollars on the acre as property has done near Lancaster and other towns where such schools thaw been established keeping the money and the children at home and giving them a good education This pie lire is not overdrawn and we tnvlte those looking for a bargain in a home that has all the attractive and valuable feature to let us show it to them This farm Is also within 4 miles of a navigable stream which is of greater nd vantage for markets than the same distance from a railroad for it gives cheaper rates and better facilities for trans poitation to market of nil farm products and live stock can lie shipped from one lead up to a boat load while coal and lumber can be purchased ot less price It is down grade to the river and a good pike We positively believe that this loud Is worth fioo per acre and yet it is offered at 9000 per acre as a whole if sold at once however the entire farm Is susceptible of on advantageous division into small tracts and we will divide it to purchaser and make price on what he wants according to location improvements quality anti quantity Among others we also have a magnificent farm of 335 acres highclass improvements 8 miles of County gcat nUll tf miles of navigable stream located on pike and 275 acres of it in bluegrass sod none better in Ken lucky Price i ooo per acre More Opportunities Yes we hive lands in different localities oil the pike and on the pike improved nod unim proved fio acres too acres 200 acres any numbe of acres you want from 3500 per acre to ioooo per We can suit you Try us All of n lifetime soo acres extra acres superior land highly improv cd 225 acres extra good near PalmLick fine residence and three tobacco barns Our price is the owners price No excess contracts Ifyou buy a farm write us or come to sec us HUGHES SWINEBROADLancaster c I I rd y I J J fj I it 1 ij i the r j Iq e r D y hi tf suit i themfarm good266 win 4a h itt r od favored t value I Va upto date larger C y4 s 4 V r rVt acre y barn eius to r V Gossip About People NV V A Mel Mention of Comings nd Oolngi tyThou tfi Art In Mr James Cox St U III of uHp- Dr Win HurneU was In Lexington last week on business MUi Susie Jlraincnr left Friday for her homo In Criitlilaiia Mrs James Y Currey visited Louis villa relatives tlo past week Miss Tlubcl Mason returned to tier homo In Richmond Saturday Mrs Kmma Illtfiilnuolliam has been on till nick list fur several days Mitts Cohen of Lexington was a here the Una of tho week Misses Irono Romans Ktlicl Dunn wen visitors In Danville Friday Mcsdamcs MuttlJ P Friable and K L 1cor wile In Danville Saturday Miss Car rlo Curry in visiting her Ills ter Mm Duller I Gallic of Dan ville Miss Lillian Cobb of lllchmond Is Miss Annie Hollo Burn side Miss Ida Leo Dourim has returned hone utter u Visit to relatives In titan ford Mrs M II White recently visited Rev DuwBun family at Mt Ster hug Miss Mary Klmoro loft the past week for a stay with friends In Jill cinnati Mr George Robinson of Danville visited Mrs Rebecca family Monday I Miss fully TruyUir of Stanford hUll been A recent visitor of Miss Annlo Herndun Mr Oscar Ielchar of Henderson was tho recent guest of Mr runt Mrs Mason Mr and Mrs Hunks Hudson loft Sunday for u sojourn In the city of Knoxvlllo Miss Prankey KaulTman Is In HUB tonvlllo the Biiestuf her aunt Urn Alice Lusk Mr mad Mrs Duncan of Nicholas vllle visited their daughter Mm s Q IJasoldcn Mr and Mrs W 1 Williams and L I the so- Journer and and ri WCKt and t r W J1 II ftI t i iiiet t l tAJ p iT I a i VV- L f x r p the guestof I t h r J Wit 4 daughter Mary Clay are In Louisville for a few days Stephen Walker a popular Louis villa drummer was at homo for a short visit to his wife Mr Oscar Lctchcr of Henderson was hero last week visiting Mr and Mrs W II Mason Mrs Michael Smlthof Owcnsboro Is hero fora visit to her father Mr James II Leave Messrs W H Burton and J Y Rob Insun have hone to Murtlnsvllleon a recuperative trip Miss Kathcrlno Harris of Stanford Is vIsllliiK her grand parents Judge and Mrs K W Harris Ciipl W J Klnnalrd and A M Mlddlesboro visited rela Lives here this week Mls Nora Prances has returned from a protracted Mrs Qeo Hallew of lllchmond Miss Jennie Duncan tins returned from a visit sister Mrs It 0 Warren ot Stanford Luther Hayden of Lexington has been vUltlngal Mr and Mrs Luther Clubs Col Jack Chlnn of Hnrrodsuuor a recent visitor of Mr Ed Walker of Upper Ourrurd Mrs Anno Thorn Doty of Rich mond visited Mr and Mrs J A Doty Saturday and Sunday Mrs James I Klnnalrd and laugh ter MKS Patsy attended the Carnival In Danville Saturday Mrs H J McRoberts and daughter Annlo Davis of Stanford visited Mrs It K McRoberts Tuesday harry Waro has returned to hula union In after a visit to his cousin John Mrs H A H Marksbury left for a visit to Mr and Mrs Louis Landrum Richmond Mr Hoy Ass returned to his hone In Hllliboro Ohio alter a visit to Mr and Mrs W U Mason Messrs Prlco Hudson of Loulsyllle and 0 II Lane of Buena Vista were guests of J I Hamilton on Monday Mis Kuala Hilton attended the com mencement exercises ofCampbollHa Kormnn ColTeuo In Lexington Wed nesdayMiss Ellu L Anderson has returned from several weeks stay with her cousin Mrs Ucoruo Brown of Preach orsvlllo Klnnalyd of to tier the homo ot of l1aynes 1 stay wlth was McRu orts Wednesday Inns Mrs Mary M Taylor mother of Mrs C 0 Drown Is spending this week with her daughter Mrs Kalnc of Mass Mrs Theodore D Wlnterstnlth of Louisville and Miss Lucy Robertson of Bllzauethtown are guests of Mrs Wm II Cook Mrs Bert Engrain of Lower Gar rnrd and niece Miss Cowan of Florida were the recent guests of Mr and Mrs Jesse Fox Mrs George M Patterson and daughter Miss Grace Helen who have been In Chicago for several months are expected home this week Mr and Mrs W I Williams enter tained at a six oclock dinner In hon or of Dr J W Porter who delivered the diplomas to the graduates last weekSenator and Mrs Ceo T Farris en tertained several friends at dinner last Friday and A RKCOUD man can testify of the excellent and bountiful feast The marriage orIlsa Edith Morrow to Mr Frank H Marksbury will bo solemnized at the home of the brides parents on Wednesday morning Juno 9th at 10 oclock Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford who was one of the graduates at Campbell Hagerumn College this year Is a slater of Mrs R II liaUon and Miss Susie Milton of this city Dan Collier Elklnleft Monday night for a pleasant trip to Palm Beach Fla with his uncle Dr W S Elkln of Atlanta They will probably visit Cuba before they return The following constituted an auto party which attended the dance In Danville Friday night Misses Annie Herndon Polly Traylor and Messrs Louis GUI and Hascom Ford Mrs Reuben Bronough and daught ers Misses Annie and Katharine and Mesdamea James Hoidam and Katie Hollars of Crab Oclmrd were week of Dr and Mrs A S Price Time following Invitation has been racolvcd by Lancaster friends At Homo Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 0 Mrs Fisher Ualnes Danville A number from lucre will respond to the InvitationMrs Elkln was called to Win Chester on Tuesday by tho tragic death of her friend Mrs Henry Qulsenbury Mrs Qulsenbury will be remembered hero us Mlra Maud Duckworth and one of the prettiest boarders of Uarrurd Female College A Lawn Feto was given Friday night D Boston end guests on tho College grounds by the mem hers of tho Senior class to the Junior The yard was brilliantly Illuminated with Japanese and all went merry as a marriage bell Tho following Lancaster K of Ps attended n conclave In Richmond Thursday nights Messrs Klmore J R ant1 J S Hasolden Eld Tinder Drs Klnnalrd and Acton 0 M Pat terson L L Walker J H Lawson G W Palmer Hunter House and J L Francis It was learned with regret hero that Rev C M Chumbloy former pastor of the Presbyterian church In this place has been compelled tc resign the pastorate of his church In Camp bcllsvllle on account of falling health On advice of his physician he will leave Kentucky and go to Texas hop ing a change of climate wl restore to his former normal condlton The hand of aflllctlon has Indeed fal len heavily upon Mr Chumbloy since leaving lucre In time death of two of his children and In the failing health of his wife and now the husband and rather Is stricken per In till park Saturday afternoon night May 20th Good Business For Solo Thi furniture business Is tho only business In town without and the old established firm of J Robinson deceased will make money for time purchaser Tho stock has been reduced and can bo bought reasonably For particulars wrlto T J Hustonvllle or J U Collier Luncistcr Breaking It Gently Dear sirs begins a Dabu business letter train Calcutta forwarded by a reader we conform our laU respect of the tenth Irmt and have none of favors to acknowledge wo bog to announce that a deep misty cloud hovered over us for eight days and did not clear Itself away until It washed off our hands our most steady energetic nnd pious Tuinvl manager London Olotw lanterns W bin Baptist l Business Items will freeze you T H For Solo WrlirWHTeJT It ll It May 1st n gold scaJ ring with im H oillcoinrccclvo w stud aba i qarcl or rom W W er column I 10floOt5 tobacco sticks for Raid fbT o phone L L Ky C D Powell handles Tho best Karns y from tho and 430 tf Notice All persons Indebted to the estate of J at InVOId settle H Collier Our leo Cold lep or the lll ring T 8 Elklnfc Sun The Star CleAulng Company will clean y White Baptist Church Phone 210 528lt Louis Faulconer Mgr Notice Havlngsettled the accounts otLouls and the r give notice to all It nosy n D Herndon Assignee of Louis Landram This 10th day of May 1000 6144t line of li Harness Buggies n Deering Binders and Mowers Full line of Implements jp American Wire Fence JJ any height I Tinware Hardware H Woodenware Largo line of Can Goods P special prlco by dozen and gj case A lot of good Lumber 10 at special price 1 BECKER BRYANTSVILLE KY Phones 15T and 370 A Fldgetable Kitty said her mother rebuking ly you must sit still when you are at the table I cant mamma tho little girl 1m A ndgetarlan lUtlfl1lrIYllJltPl youI IIHlb 1I1I4 tM 1oduutJ l San MnWIIwnnt M Jtl 11n tlmorl nftrf- l bltlOOInI ou tar nne II fro r er S Elk Sun G J IIlsllreJII f lib tr tirI- rlcl reasoutl 6283 Lost r rd Lot t Findl and o row dWus rllrlny y OLh You an ICU rs efuf flits m hers Null II add In noth 430 U prices fro rlllers- Ii 284t ClnOrcha II 2 ca irau rn eta Trade Iii your I n et wall p et wurt tit uey mud It YOU tnJhe ho cover s fid uutb lie make p ice lelUM call start and Jffl J Rubinson ExorU P re U La I Dre Skirts a special Moved door orth or 6r as fg court t rlO me from he trust and to ele me rr in t liability on I1ccoun t real t co orn ImUpto date W arEJina r COI II III w protested Wli YHYatL jlyatrllar1M1 ArdR- rllugatrfO l i ftfe4rlLs7rrrttlt a lee that 2s 3t k tiYuhaud hr Oaauaurl worrt4r 4saAp- We bonnierrt Ica lit uws san ie Is rry 3t- H n111t d QseL- toba lal on Dln rand neon nost hifl oi- landlt nndlhr ba spll s t Iywets 16 sire 81 GO ycsti save get re Ito fg Co nsito resider 6ings wither C T1 u n est rt sumo r mid will b sad t your c mgcrat r mnq no nln het ek- G 5 3t ssy fst disci IIir p o cl o fIl 118 Ba11a pi tilt l13 LANCASTER Golored Fair August 12 13 14 09 V THE Lancaster Steam Laundry lens employed Give them u trial They Guarantee Satisfaction B L Woods W C Huh Vice Pttti W 0 Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint lick IHCOIUOKATEO i ElDer Force Wltb Many Years of ElDerlence I 1 I J Lan a rY free Wo offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment OAlITAJ 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 IMHEOTOW M COY KOOUYH J B WOODS wonsir ARNOLD JBBUtinOWB KL WOODS WCAVYNN I R L Our Customers Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII IIare STANDARDIZED ForAll Live StockEASY AND SAFE TO UBE a SILLS LICE TICKS FLEAS CURES MANGE RINGWORM SCRATCHES DESTROYS DISEASE GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES NONIRRITATING EFFECTIVE INEXPENSIVE THE IDEAL f SCAB t 3 MITES DIP R E McRoberts ASK FOR FIIIK BOOKLBTB lOa sraata THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOnrOItATED Lancoster Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R NMcROBERTS Prest- J C Psubanks r Vice Pres R Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier R J Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank L OVA Tito tits Asst Gushier N n If If You Want COAl HurryIna just tell us Well have a load or of wellscreened coal up to your place in double quick time And even if you ore 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 nay storm do 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 POX STUDIO hasnt been open regular for some time but will bo opened every Saturday now Come In and get the best PHOTOKS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO snore t V vav AJV a 1 When you want Call Phone 50 M W BOND We also carry ICE and a fresh stock of GROCERIES i MEA T TOE A T I I E R THLR 5O 1 f s J A Vi N Cutters 7- t 9 JCAJtDS I u a eHte9 Ml K V Morrow Graduate Vptlelnnl- lAtiet rilled Aattifacllnu Guaranteed Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE- Sell harms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone221 Office Ifouri Office oter I a m to H I p m to 4 Slormei Drug store B F WALTER DENTIST Phone 05 Lancaster Ky M K Denny M DENTIST OfflM oar Mill Aruolda Millinery H J TINSLEY nONE Office Lexington 81 nod Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER art COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and District Court OlBce over Police Court Phone 104 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE tANCASTBR KENTUCKY M Only White Barber In Town North elite of Public Square will practice Hentiatry at his home Richmond ave every Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts Stonewall Jackson Jr Thfi flue black saddle itnlllon was aired the great aaddle breeding atalllon Old Stone wall This eolll dam was Denmark mare He nice colt lie tea to prove hli good breeding Will stand at It to Insure un til weaning time We bold a lien on all until paid lor Barren mares made to by the We nave perfect auccen In tuli breeding Billy Breckinridge This Slue black jack wee aired by Major John D Harrli Imported Jack rte will make tbe ataaon of 1909 at my barn at 8 to Insure a call until weaning time lilt get of Iffy la now en my farm to chow for hi good breeding He U a sure foal getter A T TRAYIXm A SONS PJeaian Hill Breeding Farm Suuford KK D 4 JIMm FINE FART IN UAIIUAKD COUNTY FOR SALE I A flue blue gnu farm for aale limited on new pike rear Iolnt and mile LaEcaittrconlalulug200 urea well located In Uuborboodbeug part of John Walker tract with liimUome new twoitory cvonrooin residence thereon with all neceatary outbulldlnK oo l new barn 40ico Will watered six never falllug spring and creek running through Ta i cash In hand balance one and two years from of tale bearing six per cent luUreit until paid r rtuui write or a s W 0 WALKER Stanford Ky POSITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF ZEMO stops itching Instantly and will cure cane or scalp ZEMO the dandruff germ And prevents falling hair It will and leave healthyForplo E W Hose Medicine Co St Loula For saieat McRoberta Dru Store Auk KILLTHi COUCH m CURE TM LUNGS Nsw corner U S IIR A S PRICE b I a Impregnator o Leaven south or good looklll ror lIch plco plea for lAm fur saulple V WITH t 1 J r r e i f e lorii 1 r ioUs 1eeeegeeee0e01NoeearN MMNMee0eeeeLNN1eae a colts colt Stan six the and day Dr1 Kings E y r c881 uflrr K K McRobcrU Drug Sore ANN T U US- x D gA Ills aw EsuliDxD STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAHDR May III llt Uctlpti Ml lOrt Shipments 12 lltl M- CATTLRi Slippers M IM- K tra M6S hutches steers extra aVil M- llood to choice MI Common la tell 4 tJMtkt- tllcllr extra tlV AM Uood to dirties KC U Common In fair IV9 i Cows extra K V kU- Oood to cliolco 4MX9 1 M DWX94M Canner J LV9I T nnlli balognaa 4 liya4M- Kxtrn 4CO 47 4 oO l CALVKSicxtrn OlttaTM Common and large 8 X9 1 It 110181 good packers and butcher T MC4 7 M Mixed packer tA AM Common to Choice heary fat A M- Ml hi ihlppen 84W7ao ftNi 4- 0SlIHEPifXlta fttVVAtt- UooilloclKilcr 4 urjft Cominun to fair t IVJ480 1 AM US I exlrn 9fti flood to choice MXA 0 Common to fair 608 4 Yearlings 74 Farm and Stock 0 B Hwlnebrnad has refused 15000 for a week old heifer from one of his line cows When chicks aro two months old begin feeding them cracked corn wheat and cut oats three times a day keeping u superior brand of beef scrap grit and charcoal In a bopper before them all the time The Danville Advocate Monte Fox Co representing Jos Stern Sc Son Now York sold to R Egan of Chicago and Arthur Stern of New York COO slop fed cattle weighing about 1 200 pounds at about 0 cents There Is nothing like a good coat of whitewash for the Interior of tbe poultry house regardless of how tbe walls are made or finished White wash Is a good eradicator of things objectionable about a poultry house and It makes things look bright and clean Apply It at least twice a year A Musters near Loyd has a sow that Is 13 old has raised 26 litters of pigs and never less than nine frum which he sold over 12000 worth of hogs besides furnishing meat for his family We know this to bo true because we have Mr Masters word for It and hes a true hard working farmer and one of our best citizens It Is reported that the Huntington Product and Feed Company of Hunt Ington W Va has purchased tbe en tire 1000 clfp of pooled wool belonging to the Kentucky Wool Growers Asso elation The report says that there are about 400000 pounds of wool In the pool and while the price Is not stated It is said to be about 50 per cent over last years prices A Louisville firm Is addressing cards to merchant all over tbe State they are contracting for green steer hides during the month of May at 10 1 2 cents per pound From June they are offering 19 cents per pound for beavynatlve steer hides How does this compare with seven and eight cents per pound of last year Three years ago tbe price ran up to 11 cents and farmers thought the price mighty good The following receipt Is worth a prominent place In every farmers scrapbook for ready reference If It does what It says It A corres pondent of Wallaces Farmer says be has cured pig eating sows by dos ing them with common soda lie says commence tbe treatment about a week before farrowing giving her two tablespoonfuls of soda every other day until three doses are given lie says this also sure cure for chicken eating sows Painless Dehorning In tbe very young calf the born but ton or point that will ultimately Into a horn has scarcely any at tachment to the skull and may be felt as a small button embedded In tbe skin In this early stage It may be easily removed with a sharp knife or a pair of curved scissors but even then caustics should be applied to kill any remaining cell life belonging to this germ point otherwise there may be some subsequent Irregular born growth which Is more or less of a die figurement Spraying POtato Virus By the time the vines are five or six Inches high spraying should begin Begin wl h the Bordeaux mixture to make the vines and at the same time the mixture li used tile poison can bo put In to kill the bugs If the rains are not heavy and spraying once In from twelve to fourteen days Is sufficient If the rains are heaver and frequent the mixture should be applied oftener During the month of August If the rains are frequent and the weather warn and muggy apply the mix ture after each rain as those dltlonii are favorable for the of blight The mixture will make the vines resistant but will not cure It If once It gets bold of the vinesIn the poison for the bugs It has been customary to use onehalf pound of Paris green to fifty gallons of the Bordeaux mixture If the Paris green U used devise some means to keep U well stirred up a It li Inclln ed to settle to the bottom of the tank In which the solution U carried and dON not do good work it tint but U a strung botton toil It burps the leaves i IVI 1910 e 8 8 II rood 7 WI7 M owe 5 Ill 1I01bOilld 8 a a It Mr J stat- Ing toJanuary will develop cone development 1 loge beep is A A Common to fair rat tulle 4776 Fair to Stage Mug lean 0 boos says years lea blight reslstantl frequent TO THE FARMERS OP GARRARD COUNTY I trove bought time Lancaster Creamery and shall take possession of same June tat next This purchase has beet made not with nn Idea speculation but with the nUll and streadfnst resohitlot oT making it a commercial success To this end I htu ercd my connection with the Uastln TclcphoiicOfjinpnny anti from henceforth I shall devote my entlre ttcntion to the operation of the creamery Of one certain Tie Creamery fill HDD CoDtiDDiply ID FotDre My policy shall be give a square deal make the best possible or butter and veil for highest obtainable pricey 1 am now on a III the city that ho Rjv n to the highest priced butter on earth for the of studying the methods underlying their trcmcndou success In this space 1 shall give you a report of that trip mrtft week well as make further announcements as to the and alms of the Lancaster Creamery As as I return from I each of you a personal visit We shall establish as mufiy routs as possible these routes shall be work and honest purpose and unbounded anything success shall be ours I am gentlemen yours for success HENLEY V BASTIN g R Z1n I I n of k tlC l l ij The g ads t l a R- e1 vial 111 ltr name l t i I cy Y Elgin sluU ake a permanent nd Yhlrd a enthusl sl mean Y Y Z1 II 1 II u u tI tI tlW tI tI h tI tI lI i a rnanlncnnnlft n nHnn nsn a apaxarataaaaaayxaaa i6 I Eft l Et Ei Eli 1 J eve Imtroll H theE M spare t t E non tt non t 14 t t t 7 et t K 7 q For Sale One of the best farms In Uarrard County 340 acres Also stock a farming Implements at a bargain It sold 0 days for W T KING 6286t Y Buena Vista Ky BUENA VISTA Mr and Mrs Ross Adams of Lex ington spent Sunday with Mr J B Delbert Skinner who has been at tending school at Valparaiso Ind Is spending few weeks parents before to North Dakota The meeting at Browns Chapel closed Sunday with two Rev Is an excellent man earnest preacher lie Is now en gaged In a at Eubanks Christian of Mayme Dlsraukes Miss Nell McCunn of Lexington has been visiting Mrs Virgil Scott Miss Vlrgina King Is commencement exercises at Campbell Ilugeman College and will be present Tuesday evening at he Alumnae BanquetMiss Skinner and brother Alfred of Gladstone North Dakota ale expected next week to visit there parents Miss Florence Christopher attend ed commencement Wednesday at Beaumont College where her friend Miss Fay Chumley graduated Kills To Stop FInd The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of Glad win Mich was a run ning ulcer He paid doctors over 1400 without benefit Then Bucklens Ar nice Salve killed the ulcer and cured him Cures Fever Sores Bolls Felonp Eczema Salt Ubeum Infallible for Plies Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 25c at R E McRoberts 1m FLATWOOD S L Baird bought of different 24 head of stock hogs at 4Jc a lb J II Miller bought 6 hogs at 41c Silas L Baird bought of Jesse Baird a young cow for 122 00 Rev F P Bryant will preach at Good Hope church next Sunday at 11 oclock a m Rev A 0 Baird filled his tegular appointment at Gllleard Saturday and bundayLee atd wife are at Jelllco with his father who is very low Their baby is also very sick Rev Morgan of Crab Orchard preached at Lawsons Chapel Sunday Old man Wilburn of tbe Harmons Lick section died last week and was burled at the Corum graveyard Several of the farmers took of wet spell last week and set of their tobacco crop Miss Myrtle Cormney has returned from Crab Orchard where she lies been employed In tbe millinery business A Happy Father Is soon turned to a sad one It be has to walk the tloor every night with a crying baby McQeei Baby Elixir will make the child Its nerves Induce healthy normal slum ber Best for disordered bowels and sour teething babies need It Pleasant to take sure and sate contains no harmful drugs Price 25 and 6Q cents per bottle R E Me Roberts lin Loyd Mrs Kirby Tester Is on tho sick listMrs remains very low of consumption Mn Rob Simpson was the week end guest of her ulster In Jessamine Mr and Mrs Meed Tester were in Nlcholasvllle last week visiting rel atives there Mn Maria Raney and Mis Virgil Carter were called Sunday to see their sister Mrs Florence Ballard who U very sick Mrs Emley Turner U reported very tow it her daughter Mrs Raymond Burchell We were very to bear of tbe marriage of ttallle Ritawy to Mr u mane eking to ale I Price and dlscr Ion Miss Rena Is the pleasant guest of her Th apart I wellspothe stomachall u MIld additions schoolmate 4 parties advantage Mary Turner Mrs LarkIn Hicks a wealthy old widower of Hroilliciid Mrs Ramsey was 6i years of ago while Mr Hicks was 72 They will remain at Bee Lick short time then they will go to their home In Brodhead May happiness and prosperity follow them Mrs Molllo Scott of Jessamine was visiting relatives here last week We are having a One Sunday school at Pleasant tilt Fathers and come out and bring and take a hand In MAKK8HUHV Dr Webb of Lexington has homo after a visit to Mr M F Rout Charlie Dan bought of Taylor Bur dette a bay mare for 160 Mr White wife from near Lancaster visited the homo folks Saturday and Sunday The little son of Mr A J Rico was Injuled by falling out the window The County S S School Union will meet at BrvunUvllle next Saturday morning Everybody come and bring a lunch you Mr H M Shmie will leave Friday to attend th lUptls Sunday School wiich m ore at Brune s juapel J M Eager sold to 0 A Robinson two veal calves at 5 each Miss Ella Howard has returned to her old homo In Harlan where she will spend the summer The Ladles Society will will meet next Thursday at the real dence of D S at 1 oclock P M The president earnestly re quest that members will be present at this meeting as there be business to attcpd to and those whoyet have news bjol s and magazines 10 contribute will please send them In by the ubove men tloned date as this meeting Is expect ed to be the final one before making a shipment A meeting will be held by the Fork In the Interest of Sunday School work beginning on the of June the 17 to 20 Inclusive The speakers will be Rev Rody of Harrodr burg Rev Taylor of Stanford and Rev Lancaster Mrs Ray from was at the bed of Her daughter Mrs Smith and Sunday Rev H M Shouse Instead preaching a regular sermon last morning made a very Interesting and enthusiastic talk on his to the Southern Baptist Convention From his point of view this Is the best session of convention he has ever attended Ills enjoyment was keen that he it must have been a foretaste of Heaven The not pltallly of Louisville was superb A Living Skeleton Is the final condition of any child that has worms If It lives Think of hay Ins something In your stomach that eats all you take as noursbment Nino tenths of the babies have worms yours hUH Bo certain that I limn not by giving It Cream Vermifuge It expels all worms and Is a tonic fur the Price 25 cents R E Mc Roberts 1m JHJCKKVK 0 R Carpenter sold a bunch of sheep to of Lancaster at 12 60 per head Tuna Turner sold to 0 A Robinson a veal calf for 15 F L Clarke bought several bbls of corn of C U Becker at 14 per bbl Turner sold a bunch of fat A Robinson Wm Raines moved Friday to tin farm be recently purchased near Pink Miss Amanda and Randol Joseph of MurkNbury were guests of Mlsa Saturday and Sun dayMr Gilbert Turner and wife were vlHltlng his son Turner and family of Crab Orchard the latter part of last wueU Miss Doxlo Dorton of spent Sunday with Miss Lucy Ledger Mr P W Marsce and wife of Lan caster were with relatives hers and Sunday Miss Oliver of Mercer In spending the week with her cousin Ma nee Mr and Mm Erwin Illakemnn and Miss Mollle Crawford of Mucus Vista were vUltlng at Wm Duncans Hun day Mrs J returned homo Sunday after spending the week with son Mr J er f t f o mothers yourchildren Mnrsee and Co tventiuu Saturda maybe White 01 to U at Mc a UIlI1 lark8bur Irll Jao huts it- t returned evenin o Sunday s shoals Saturday a s U MT IIEUHON Mr A 8 beau sold to Mr I Lcm oy n cow and cult price Mr It R wild n bunch of rat hogs to Mr Uurt Robinson at 10 10 per hundred Volma Grace tho llltlo of Mr and Mrs II Thompson Is on the sick lint Mr Silas Prcslon bought a mulo from Mr Job Mursco price 1115 Mr Saimtrt Duncan bought of 0 U shunts for IO Mr Lro Grow ami Mis A nnli linker drove to Lancaster on the afternoon nf the iBih lust and woo united In mnrrlnge by Rev O P Bush church tho penciled nli clou Ing sermon Sunday Ho goes from here to Turk Mnrion Cu May tho Lord Abundantly bless his labors In his row Miss Gcrtruilu A cJie ry of Jesa Friday until bunday Misses Llntilu Preston Flora Wiley Mr and Mm Will Grow baby were with Mr wad Mm Kild Grow Sunday Mr Luther Montgomery and brldo of Mercer Cu wore llh hero Sunday Mrs Mary A Sanders and family of were with relatives In Sunday Mr end Mm Philip McMIIIInn of Boyle Co were guest of Mr and Mrs 0 A Bruce Saturday and Sun day Mr and N Morford and children o Pink Sunday with Mr A S Dean and Must ono In this locality took advantage of the weather lust week most all tobacco was sot Surprised Him F A Estcs Wyandotte Krt My hogs were so sick they could not cat and they were all scouring very badly 1 gave them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and to my surprise It cured them without loss Sold by J R Mount Co Worlds Favorlto Drlnkr Japan Sake HollandGin Russia Vodka Borneo Bora a rice beer India Tula a palm liquor Arabia and Turkey UolTce Morocco Muhla a fill liquor Sumatra a palm wine China a rice wine England and South Africa Pontnc or Cape wine Germany Denmark and Belgium Ethiopia Tullah a beer of barley Tho Plillllpplnes Vino a cocoanut wine Korea Cha a drink made of panlz plant Java a beer made from rice and kuntunir Persia Nubeez a wino made of dattK and raisins Scotland Ireland Canada and lentucky Whisky Tibet Chong a liquor made of rice wheat and barley Martascar Bcsabesa n liquor made from sugar cane Primitive Africa Banana b erfrult liquors and honey and palm drinks Slom Baksoum a beer made of bar ley and millet Italy France Greece Spain Anstra lla Portugal South America and At rlca Grape wine The United yet decided but probably water Ex Highly Recommended Mrs Ella L Lcachman Flllmore Ind saver Please send me a bottle of your Bourbon Poultry Cure as soon as possible This remedy has been recommended to me as the best euro known For sale by J R Mount Co NASAL OATA1HUI R E McRoborts soils the Gr at Rom edy that Cures Karbero There Is a very simple yet wholly sin cere statement of a Michigan woman who was cured by using Hyomel the rib cure no pay remedy for catarrh asthma hay fever croup coughs and colds A bad case of catarrh was cured by the use of Hyotncl The trouble affected my bead nose and eyes and was very annoying and disagreeable and the cure from the use of Hyotnel was very gratifying Hyomel hat from mo a strong recommend and Mrs E Karberg 211 Klngsley St Ann Arbor Mich 10 1008 Thousands of just such letters are In existence and thousands more would be but the desire to avoid pub llclty If you have catarrh bestir yourself and drive It out of your system Kill the germs You can do that easily If you use Hyomel pronounced High ome It Is a dry antiseptic and very pleas ant air that when Inhaled re Moves all forms of catarrhal Inllmnmu stops inutlcs hawking and blow Ing The price for a complete outfit Including Inhaler Is only 100 at R E McRobcrts Cures indigestion It relieves stomach inln sour ntom nob ami CUTCH all prniiiarlt MUM or back Largo box of tub lute CO touts mill towns Sold by H E McRoberts A Smile Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish after youre blue bilious and out of sorts There U a sure cure for kinds of stomach and liver complaint constipation and Hal U mild yet absolutely effective In all cases Price 60 per bottle R E MgRoberti iw 30 I W faithfullycar Inlle wts I Ire of SlOtt relatives stun Mrs S fd 111 Iy u II MexicoMescal era ScandinaviaAle ram States ot poultry Mr II endorsement flan MIOHA ells JUun all Him rrtw guest Albs May runt y says Sr tome but u cents t I s y Worth a Thought Why tlio Tin Plato IZL lint Mntiil Mill Mills liMlo lull mill Vctlbfra Why do they not use shots own iw camo they know rrndy lloollnir will last limner cheaper In price and Iw to lilY and W V VITI11illS 221 K Mali t Lcxin ton Ky lOOn SEASON loon Grant MonicalRe- cord araiJf Trial at8 Full lirulliur to lr Monlcnl 2Wl rriierclleiit207tCoriioiriiA22ll Dr Mason 2111 Or Mlins inl2OS nnd Monlral 2321 flay horse fouled 1002 IB hooch high Hy Gambcttn Wilkes 4150 2llU- OIIANT MONICAS will tnnko too sea son of 1001 at time stable of li IC cm at the Fair Ground to colt or address R G Evans L K Rogers 423 6t Danville Kentucky do the rl Ium Ir Yards and III- Ii J largo rico Mill pIts hug altO Insure n Citll on 1 a y H II g e- It I aelurlrs use Swan II espouse record living XhiecL The Differencei- s just this if you buy a Shield Brand Suit nt either of the seven prices within the following rangesMens 10 THE LOWEST 20 THE HIGHEST Boys Clothing 3 the Lowest 0 tho Highest You have the satisfaction of knowing that you got your moneys worth and a JamUps- t list suit while if you buy a substitute you arc always in doubt about the matter GUARANTEED is the word printed right across tIC top of the price card which is attached to cont sleeve R S BROWN Lancaster Ky POSTEDThe Ins to mill persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever nit wo will prospcuto all ollomlors to fullest extent of Fishermen ospeclully take notice Ferguson Olay Hutton Kd Turtwoud V tl Anderson J J I Nave U Q Arnold MrsPPOIIIwjarnupio W TW orrcl John A Hunderf H It Hnrton U U llulun It Cook Dave Puddorar Richard Itaruornor Daniel Il4llow David Totnpon U LJ Kolley D I Anderson Tlioa Clothing tho IIlIntellI amid W S W Sweeney W Irs E 0 H wens t law E FARMERS COLUJ Hpucc below IMi liMlltif l tar the tiro if farmer nilliKrllieii ml U fur the talc fit Muck grain Kiel thluxa on an the ennnnt affotil in alter the Nn nntl c will h Arrrplctl over tour am will only III Iwn lance of Hid ItuUHD froeolcha m n cleaner from ft corn planter between Ijnncnster nml Drnkm Creek Any Inforiniitlnn gladly received ur I Q II Button IrnnnhefflTlllc Kr 1 Imvo n Rood gelding for nnlc worth tile money Ho U a driver and not afraid of nlitomobllen T H llcndron Lnncinttcr Ky also cowl and calten clicnp J W IIIH McUronry Kr frrent J M Farm I incnntcr Ky For Hnlo Three number one Inhere co bed II miles north of Bourne 1rlco rcnsonablo 11 U Muntuomnry Hurne Ky 1 want to boy n food cheap gentle puny for children to drive J U Conn Ky will bo Boys nod are always cettuiK KCratulicd cuts ppralim bruises bumps burns or rculdR Dont neglect such things they may result serious If You do Apply Ballard Hnovr Mnlmcnt ac cording to directions and It will relieve the pale and heal the trouble Price 25c CO nod tl 00 It Mcltoburts 1m Cream Vermifuge t l 1 l k r rill our iarm frS r II a H I have lid acres nf 4 5I i J j JIt Boy WI r j right my l I S j flee- eeeeeeeee 5- ef9a4Ne4r0eAeeeeeeeeoteeeN r nee curl tanner flora Pit l 4r r l tear oltl good salego uti crass e boon Alet r 1 a ja THE GUUURUED WORM REMEDY y iI THE CHILDrtEMS FAVORITE TONIC raw t Of IMITATIONS fTMI lNUirtt HU 0 ONLY St BallardSnow Liniment BT LOUIS MO McRoberU Drug Store Subscribe for Record ECZEMA AND ALL SKIN DISEASES Aro quickly cured by ZKMO a clean wo ZKMO Is the best known remedy for and euro cminn pimples dandruff Piles and every fl M tit nfui 1orenlo everywhere Wrlto for sam ple E W Louis Per gain at McRoberU Drug Slon Ask for sample FOLEYS WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or that is not beyond V the reach ofmedicineNo medicine can do more 1201 N Bt Inrt wrllei For over fivs WAS troubled with kidney and bladder affections which mo pain and worry 1 lost w alrun a had I abandon work entirely I had of bet did me DO I was to dl Klduey Cure was recommended tnd the v mo great relief sad Alter taking the second I WM lotlrvly TWO SUE 59 AID tllt C C K Stormes 1 Cse 1 i J j rrlllf ot c j KIDNEY i CURE j j BLADDERDISEASE I I r UP TO DIE tlesh And throe the and REOOMMENIEI J l t 1 the i mutant CoSt i y i t i was LIVEN Evansville o s r e sill ANI iIT a tr