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THE CENTRAL RECORDPUll ItEMCilOy AM Goon OOVJUUFMKNT LANCASTER KY FKIDAY JUNE 18 190 d llNTAIlNJJlllW c w II TWHxrrrrn rnur t xaxaeaxat Special prices on BUGGIES for the next TEN DAYS A few Buckboards at cost Come and get one while they last Rubbertires Repairing Horse Shoeing Etc BROTHERS o o rJK I I t l1 IIO4 I tI I m CONN m iJtt t4IIjitnxitt- I 4 Ma I tV I Head ad of lot unto In this Issue Read notice of Bryanlhvlllo Graded School election In this Issue and volo fur It I The county Sunday School Convon I tlon of tlio Christ Ian Ulinrchcs will i at Falrvlow Juno 18 Program Friday night wlHb6 Inter Bpcred with njuslc by st talent I The County convention of the Sun day School of the Christian church will bo In session at Pulrvlcw today Friday Rid F M Tinder will dedicate the Christian church at M Incrva Kentucky next Sunday HarvySclmffcr an able minister will his pulpit hero Eld Tinder will preach at Paint Lick next week Tho County Superintendent rcquctilR us to state that the examinations fur white teachers will bo held Juno 18 10 and for colored teachers Juno 25 and 20 What E L Powell Pastorof First churcli thinks of tlon gave mo great pleasure I say tint what over organization Invite you an evening bf unalloyed pleasure will bo had Dripping Spring The old well known 8timmcr resort Dripping Springs will bo opened on July 1st Nut u stone has been left unturned this year to make nils place attractive anti pleasant for those who need a uood quiet rest with line water and oodllngs of good things to cat The premises have been whitewashed and painted and the sanitary condi Lion of It Is perfect Another Salt Player Everyone who saw the Rlchmond LancAster gamo renicniberH the piny Ing of II W Porter on third base So good was Mr Porter that the Lao caster Jail Club would not let him leave town As Mr Porter Is a first class tailor and understand perfectly how to clean and press as well as alt er suits wo havn secured for him the cleaning and pressing department of Lancuster Steam Laundry where i you will Und him when In need of clothes cleaned pressed or altered SJ Hrp HfIIf is I lluu nl f8UO p i rU it lllll lId IIJJll 10 df1r own tl a IOu Jvc8tllletltll l G In nn and Rid fill and Chris Ion L e MIlS I re80t I an toupre s I6r- precla I of your cent e merit he OIltura of yo IoIocu I i nr hefts art rldnq vvu want f y t make In- rho saluSatttrt behold jrpfHint tiford Exams ulavll r y slu re tc tesa truthfully lime A SHOES WALKOVER Its n mutter of business to look as well as possible Its n nmttor of business to bo as comfortable as you can Its a manor of business to got full value for your money Therefore its tv matter of business to wear Walk OverShoes t tf J t j I Anti its a of ploasuro fiB hull Walk Ovor Shoos for dlty oft nllll for ovary took r J50 III ulattor era natul0 every thQetarok 400k- t N H T LOGAN Walk Ovor Shoos appeal to hard heads and tender foot Ask For Gold Trading Stamps I Itj t I c t J lif r r MN At ffinm Ilnrsotyof the N garct of Friday at tits Reserved Kout ir jii Oinoral Admlw Ion 2ScU Chlldnn Ifictfl Injury to Crop Report frqm Mm munty Indicate In jury to the whOHt In certain sections on account of continuous rains mid much of tho corn Is In weed This howovcr will ho overcome III diio time and wo hope fur ah abundant crop Wonderful Voice A representative of the KKCOUII had an nppnrtiiiillr Wednesday to hear Miss Held Bluir who visited Mlss Me Roberts So perfect were her rendi lions of popular as well as classic songs that one could not lot hit business In tcrfcro with the pleasure of hearing her Heros hoping she will stop on many trips to her Texas home Sale Ball Came The next game of tall will be on this Friday afternoon at 330 at tho ball park between Nicholas vlllo itnd Lancaster A close name Is expected since Klcholasvlllo has Join ed tho Central League and has 0 hired men on the team Well shun em how to play ball even If Simpson duck pitch Sawdust for Road Sawdust Is utilized Injhe South for roadmaklng Two ridges of earth are thrown up with a road machine at tho required width from each other and the between Is tilled with a sixInch bed of sawdust which Is then mixed with tho dirt This Is said to mako a roadbed on which tho tires of tho heaviest loaded vehicles make no Impression Tho cost Is stated by the Juckonvllh TimesUnion to be about 300 a mile showing It to be about the cheapest road material In use One or two such roads were constructed In a oulh Georgia county twegly years ago and are still In good condition showing Its durability Rellglouc The services at the Memorial Method 1st Church next Sunday are as follows 030 a m S S Special Itally Mouth Reports 11 n in Uplook of the Sralght Way 715 p m A Korean Heading Services by Dr E II Pearce Pastor All arc welcome Dr Pearce reports to tho HKCOKU a superior District Annual Convention at BurnsldoKy the past week with ten counties represented The before tho body by young men of the Movement had lire and force the coming movement of American Christianity McKcndrce Methodist Church Hubble the best Teachers Training Claw In 20 Pastgratcs of the District U D C Mooting The U met with Mrs I F Hudson MI nday afternoon After reading the In unison by all Ufo members Mrs U F Hudson read a paper setting forth concisely the real aim and of tho Daugh ters of tho Confederacy after which Miss Alice Henderson gave thrilling reading of the Surrender of The subject for tho afternoon was Sam Davis the boy hero of the South given In papers and readings by Mrs E C Gaines and Mrs F P Frlsblo At the conclusion of tho program which Is the last until September delicious refreshments were served Besides tho usual members many guests wore present Second Whirlwind Campaign State Supt Crabbe Informsus ho will send speakers Into every county of Kentucky a Second Whirlwind Campaign Every minister In tho State will bo asked to deliver on June 27 an address on Public Education In Kentucky In his own pulpit Tho regular speakers will be gun their active work Monday Juno 2 The campaign will close Saturday July3 The speakers will emphasize Local Taxation the County II lull School and the Now School Law In general Tho speaker who will cone to Garrard will arrive Thursday July 1 and will speak at the following places Curtcrwlllo 10 a m Paint Lick 3 p m Thursday July 1st Iluckoyo 3 p m 730 p m Friday July 2nd Lancaster 2 p m Satutday July 3rd Wonderful Improvement AUicoiii man had un opportunity on Thursday afternoon to go through the Lancaster Steam Laundry nod was surprised at tho rapid Improve ment tho now munugmcnt bus mode for It Tho machinery used In this Laundry la tliQ best that can bo bought and to say they are turning out good work under the directions of Mr W O Dun lap U putting It too mildly Tho beat way to judge tholr work Is to give them a trial Wo by Mrs who la now the mans get that since tho now force and have begun operating their Increase la work the second week was double that of the ilrst and tho third week moro than double tho second It Is very Interesting to see tho work and we feel sure that Mrs Arnold will tako pleasure In showing any ono through the plant and above all will appreciate your patronage to n homo enterprise that does us good work us any laundry In the State i yH- ohool I xprc4t6ri npj1r III her rtttfiaIllBlt1 t Mt Inlly OlrllI I Itht ort lIuUt D C object Lee for Sunday worol told W A Arnold III cehu LIov Mar ee played space addresses Las unens It ported Rlt cal machinery c I ft GOOD PAIR The Dcmruruts have chosen this excellent pair to win tho important olllco of Sheriff and being so sure that they will they hero hooked them up together knowing that neither will handicap the other aril that all the entries will run In a hunch BALLAHD Mr Ballard Is the nominee his name will appear on the ballots though they were joint candidates for They are both yet In tho forties full of vigor both physical and mental and being related to some of tho most Influental families In the county It would be fully to predict their defeat O T ant equally andlargest C A RonmsoN The olllce of Sheriff Is second to pone In Importance being charged with the collection of our taxes tho arrest of crlmnals the execution of orders of many They nave shown their business capa bility and honesty and Mr Robinson severed two terms as sheriff some years ago discharging tho duties and giving universal satisfaction They both have property and are In crested In the financial welfare of the county Being In favor of tho best citizenship and every policy that promotes the general welfare they will execute all orders of tho courts without tear or favor and Insure pro tection to everyone In the lawful pur suit of peace and happiness Thov lire honest capable industrious haye a host of friends have done effective work fcr party organization and they will make a formidable team In the campaign In tact we are satisfied that everybody believes that they would defeat any opposition Tho remains of Mrs Sue Ray Smith brought from Marksbury to our oily of the dead Tuesday afternoon followed by a procession of relatives and sorrowing friends which attest the love and esteem In which she was held She was a daughter of Mr and Mis B Ray She leaves a mother 2 sisters such 3 brothers a husband 3 sons and a little girl who Is just re covering from an operation for appen dicitis She was about30 years of ago a con member of tho Baptist church a true mother and wife with all those qualities of patience unselfishness and lovo that will make the sonowlng husband and children feel that What is homo without a mother To tho family wo extend our sympa thy May tho rcmcmberanco of her love and care for them during life lesson their great burden of sorrow Pottrriiittora MOlt at Lexington Moll Webb of Slmpsonvlllo Presi dent of tho Kentucky State League of Postmasters has called a meeting of the postmasters of Central and East ern Kentucky to bo hold In the Court Rouse at Lexington on Tuesday Juno 22nd at 10 oclock for the purpose of organizing a District League and dos cussing postal affairs Charles Huger Superintendent of Railway Mall Service ut Cincinnati 0 will vivo an Instructive talk on rail way malls and methods of dispatching malls Local Parcels Post and Postal Saving flanks will be discussed by a Post Prtlco Inspector and tho Registry and Money Order business will bo this cussed by representatives of tho Lex ington Postortlce Postmaster Thus L Walker of Lax Ington will glvo time welcome addles postmasters ought to attend the meeting as much Information can be gained on postal affairs and tho fin portonco anti Influence of too Nation III Lcaiiuo of Postmasters of tho Unit ed States courts and other duties Smith was faithfully HEADQUARTERS FOR Deering Binders Mowers Rakes and Twine HASELDEN BROS WholesaleHARDWARERetail Lancaster Kentucky f 1 m I a I 1 2 z z z vo z Z Z StlS S S 1 C9rt 11 E r 9 Mr W S Carrier This splendid gentleman the nominee for reelection to tho Important olllco of county assessor Democratic Tho Importance of this olllco Is shown by the tact that revenue defraying tho expenses of the county depends largely on the labors and the competency of tho assessor Ho has server one term and Ills work was so thoroughly and faithfully done that tho usual Indorsement and reelection would show wisdom on the part of the taxpayers of this county and they are suro to elect him Mr Carrier was born In Laurel county In 1800 and although Demo crats were hopelessly In tho minority In that section his devotion to his party was always steadfast and he has always rendered valuable aid In cam palgn work and party organization Ho has lived near Bryuntsvlllo this county for ten and his excellent traits of superior bust ness quallflcatlqns called him Into public service lie Is a successful farmer and trader and knowing the valuo of property both real and per sonal he Is fully qualified to assess the property of tho county giving Justice to everybody and making returns that will keep tho financial condition of tho connty up to Its present splendid standard and condition Look out for heavy democratic malorltles and from Bryantsvlllo Defeated at Last Richmond defeated Lancaster last Friday In a hard fought game with a score of 0 to 3 This is tho first time our boys have been lofeutcd this sea son having won 6 out of 0 guinea Our boys led by one score till the seventh Inning when three errors lot Richmond run In 4 scores Lancaster totted Adams out of the box In lie sixth Inning when Richmond put In Crcager considered the best pitcher In the Blue dross League Our team played In hard luck as you can see from the following Wo made more er rots In the Richmond game than lit the live preceedlng guinea we got 8 hits to Richmonds 3 Watkins funned 11 to Richmonds 6 ono hand catch In deep loft caused touch ap plause Tho score by Innings was as follows lnnlngs1 2 3 a 6 U 7 8 0T H K lUclund a 3 1 Lanter 80100000 x 3 Batteries for Lancaster Watkins and Dandio for Richmond Creag or and Dawson Two Huso hits Lan castor Porter 1 Richmond Creator 1 Time of game hour 3Q minutes Umpire Elkin Attendance 000 returns Donny p o t l 0 1 8 8 dall 1 I for character and 01 a w i W A Parable Once a farmer had 1800 bushels of wheat which he sold not to a single grain merchant butjto 1800 different dealers a bushel each A few of them paid In cash but far the grater num slid bet It was not convenient then they would pay later A few months passed and mans bank account ran low How Is that My 1800 bushels of grain should have kept me In affluence until another crop Is raised but I have parted with the grain and have Instead only a vast number of accounts so small and scattered that I cannot get around and collect fast enough to pay expen see So he posted up a public notice and asked all those who owed him to pay quickly But few came The rest said Mine Is only a small matter and I will go and pay some of these days forgetting that though each account was very small when all were put together they meant a largo sum to tho man Things went on thus Tim man got to feeling so that no tell out of bed and awoke and running to his gralnary ound bla 1800 bushels of wheat still sate theta Ho had only been dreaming Moral mho next day the man went to the publisher of his paper and said Hero sir Is tho pay for your paper and when next years subscription la duo you can depend on me to pay promptly I stood In the position of an editor last night and I know bow ho feels to have ones honestly earned money scattered all over tho country In small amounts Ex Card of Thanke We cannot find words to express who have good to our time of trouble May God bless each and of them Is our prayer Mr and Mrs H 0 Pointer CA11TEKSVILLE Little Carl Smith Is very sick Mr J A Arnold was tho guest ot Mr C S Roop Monday Mrs Dan Baker of Berea Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W P Wells Mr Denny Anglln and wife moved from Burnstadt to toll place last weekMiss Mae Allen has returned from Bores has been visiting a tow weeks Dr B B Montgomery hiss return ed from Louisville where he has been taking a medical course He found hU mother Mrs Aldrldgo no better Little Louis Egbert son of Mr and Mrs Ervc btone died at the homo his grand parents Mr and Mrs J T Sowdcr and was burrled at the Paint Lick cemetery Wednesday We ex tend our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved ones BALL GAME FrIday Afternoon I Nlcholasville Lancaster Lnnonstor Ball Park I Business Ithe badly n many thatwo owe o o s n over i6na where she JI vsII I I ii aid s t thanks r da East got c V- New StoreRECEIVING D A I L Y NEW Furniture Carpets Mattings Pianos Organs Picture Framing Etc By WeMlvehdeavor if youll but allow us the opportunity to prove to you that our service will more pleasd you Wont you give us We sell for CASH or onENSTALLMENT J B COLLIER Salesman Lancaster 4l1 W EAR I P 0 ARC H FUR NIT U R I I an F G HURT Ky I i t T N G 1 F urnItiire i j than opportunity K I 1 V CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY tUX A YEAR F S HUGHES EdrPubr Entered at tot Poll Gfftct n taneaner fir BttOHdCUui Mall Matter Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Hy June IB 1909 Rates For Political Announcements Precinct and City Office I 600 For County Olllccs 1000 For State and District Offices 1600 For Calls per Hue 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications In the Inter est of Individuals or expression of Individual views 10 Obituaries per line OS a MemberKy Pre sad I I For pcr line 1 I t Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M C Haulier For Commonwealth Attorney Cuss A Uardln For State Senator 11 L Hubble For Circuit Clerk W II Musou For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen nlolllgglns For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W S Carrier For Maytatrale District No 2J II Dunn For Magistrate District No 1 J P Bourse For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENT To the Republican party of Uarrard county 1 am the noml nee Attorney and will precluto your support D The necessity of better roada In Kentucky la unlverally admitted With good roads property Increases It value education will be promoted be cause of better access to schools and farm products will bring more money to the producer because It will cost lisa to market them The Bosworth Wyatt proposed amendment to the constitution to bo voted on at the November election seeks to aid In constructing better roads and reads us follows The credit of the Commonwealth may beiflvcn pledged or loaned to 2ny cuuuty of thu commonwealth fur public c9 and any county may bo permitted to Incur an Indebt in any amount Used by the county not In excess of 6 per cent ol the value of the taiableptoperty there In fur pultllo road purposes In said county provided said additional Indebt deneaa la submitted to the votes of tio county fur ihelr rallllcullon or re jecllun at a special election held fur purpose In such manner as maj be provided by law and when any such Indebtedness Is Incurred by any coun ty said county may levy In addition to the tax rate allowed under section 167 of the Constitution of Kentucky au amount not exceeding IwenU cents uu the hundred dollars uf the assessed valuation of said county fur tho pur pose of paylm the Interest on In and providing u kinking fund for tho payment of Bald Indebted ness to argue most In Ken tuckys educational progress U the public sentiment that Is everywhere liiUhe Commonwealth demanding bol ter conditions The colleges and high er Institutions uf learning throughout Kentucky have become zealous ndvo r ape I road f cd netS said What seems l V to Co 1 t 1 i s 2 k LTUi t I Jti 1 said j 5 cates of Improved rural school condl tions Men and women In every walk and condition of life are clamoring for better schools In rural Kentucky Business men who heretofore have tailed to connect material progress with educational progress have now opened their eyes to the net that these go band In hand and so are with much enthusiasm broader and more liberal education for all the children In Kentucky This aroused public sentiment bodes well for our ed ucatlonal progress for the schools of any Commonwealth can be made as good as the people want PuWlc Interest Is the life of the public schools According to the Washington corre spondent of our protectionist contem porary the New York Tribune the official United States Treasury table shows that the man who buys a 11600 suit of clothes pays a tariff tax on only 470 and only J561 on his winter 115 suit while lie pays on his 115 cook ing stove only 1075 And most of this lax goes to the manufacturer not to the Government And yet when tariff reformers would abolish or re duce these taxes and substitute ome such revenue tax as that on tea there Is a great outcry and even professed advocates of a revenue tariff will have none of It Courier Journal William Jennings Bryan Is In the race for U S Senator and we should like to hear of his election as the masses would then have at least one able champion of their cause against protective tariff and Its offoprlngthe trusts It this Is made the Issue In 1012 and the people learn that they are paying twice what they should for the necessaries of life the Democrats will sweep the country There is no reason why any should be favored by the government for the government Is the people operating through agents or servants We favor tariff reduction not revision upward Clarence LuBus president of the Burley Tobacco Society will receive a bonus of 10000 above his salary It he makes a successful pool this year This makes 125 000 but there are now counties In the district and If the pool causes a high price for the tobacco the growers can afford to pay It but that Is a matter for them to decide It is reported that the pros pects for pooling are good In all the counties but tour and It Is urged that If u pool Is made all tho counties should go Into It The State Immigration Agent has sent out fourteen men and women to farmers In the state and has appllca LIons for many snore Desirable Immigrants are seeking homes In Kentucky and wo should encourage them as this Is the only solution of the labor question both on tho farm and in tho household The Richmond Climax Is now thirty six years old and richly deserves tho high position It holds In Modern Journalism Sdmo of Its articles are as wise as tho sayings of a silverhead ed sage The Republican party will be held responsible for the depleted condition of the State Treasury and the people will learn that the Democrats can give them the best admlnstrallon A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lane of Cheny Wash was saved from a frightful death Is a story to thrill tho world A hard cold ho writes brought on a des perato lung trouble that bullied an ox port doctor here Then I paid ItO to 116 a visit to a lung specialist In who did not help me Then 1 California but without ben last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured mo and now I am as well as over For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough ItS supreme 50o and 1100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by R E MjUoborls 1m 0 diem hut Industr fifty arguing Spokane went At At MINI mats PPasaalaala 0 Loyd Born to the wife of Mr Sam Long a boy Mrs Lem Tester remains on list Miss Etta B Ross Is reported very sick at this writing Miss Nettle Hunter was the guest of Wblttaker Sunday Mrs Eraly Turner Is very low at this writing recovery Is doubtful Mr Curtis Naylor Is reported mnch better after a severe attack of typhoid feverMr Marshal Ray has an operation from an abeess of the liver and Is Improving slowly Mr Johnny Montgomery of Little HIckmon Is visiting his cousins Robert and Squire Whlttaker of this place UNION Mrs E II Walker and Mr Woods Walker went to Louisville Saturday The rain persuaded almost everyone here from attending the Berca College CommencementThere convert from Good Hi pi church baptised Sunday after noun In Drakes Creek Hurt as usual for the last eight years came up Sunday from Back Creek to see his girl Wednesdays rain was the most that ever fell here within the rememoerance of man Mr Joseph Fields and wife who have been visiting here returned to their home In Fleming county Mr W R Murphy aud daughter Miss Agness of Lynchburg Va have been visiting his father Mr 0 W Murphy Mr Murphy has left for Balllmoro to be at St Joseph College Commencement where his daughter Miss Mary Isatendlng ttlONK C L Sanders sold a bunch of shoats to Mr Kirby Teater at 6cls Mr C M Moberlv and wife visited Mrs Mary Rice of Danville last week Mr L M Crutcbtleld bought of R 11 Preston one good buggy horse for Mr John Speaks and family were the guests of C M Moberly and Iv last Sunday Mr Angle and Jim Sanders visited relatives and friends near Nicholas vlllo last week Mr John Sanders and cousin Miss Pearl Sanders visited friends at Lex ington last week Mr and Mrs Llge McMilllon were the guests of Mr John Ray and of Loyd last Sunday Mrs Nora Teater was the guest of her grand father Mr George last Wednesday night Mr Charlie Ilamra wife and baby of Hyattsvlllo were tho guests of Mrs Walter Fayne last Sunday Miss Mabel CrutchUeld returned home last Monday after spending a day or two with homo folks at this placeMiss Nettle Hunter returned home Sunday after spending a week very pleasantly her sister Mrs Forest Calico of McCrcary Mesdames Wattle Duncan and Jewell and little son Wllbert wore the guests of Mrs Mary A Sanders last Tuesday Misses Alice Snyder and Lula B CrutchHold accompanied by Mr Lots attended preaching at Buckeye was of Mrs Hiram Ray leaf Sunday Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely In taco tuna and temper are the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman will bo and Irritable Constipation Kidney poisons show In pimples blotches skin eruptions and a complexion Fur all such Electric Bitters work wonders They regulate Stomach Liver mid Kidneys purify tho bood give strong bright pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion tans charm lug women owe their health and to them 60o at U E Iw n Mrs Osla under lone destructive 13750 family Anderson ands tho guest wretched nerves Mono rl s thick Tom tam with Montgomery r yes beauty r Bryantsvllle Graded School Election Notice At a regular term of County Court begun and livid In the In the city or Lnncaster Garrard county on the 21 Hi day of May 1100 the following proceed were A Ford Judge WM Klllutt and others on petition to establish a Uraded In the terrl tore in and tho town of Dry antsvllle I ff A written petition having been tiled In the oHIco Uurrard County Court on April IsllOOU signed by fU Becker J C Williams II Dunn M F Route Logan Ison J II J W Duncan N 8 Haselden B II Halcoinb B P Swope Ben Graham II J Ben Mulllns W II Swopu M Jenkins more than ten legal white voters and tux In ibe district of the proposed Graded Common School the of the Garrard runty Court ty establish a Graded Common School a territory to be agreed upon by and between the Judge of and the sold petitioners the slto of tho said to upon a lot two acres of land now owned M Jenkins facing upon the Lancaster and anjolulng the lauds of and the said petition to establish the said school been In writing by the Superintendent of Schools of Garrard school will Include tho of present common schools districts Num bets 31 30 10 22 32 and the trustees of all tu said districts to wit W M Elliott trustee of district No7 Dennis Sctltt trustee of No 31 G A Bowling trustee ut No 30 B F Secrest trustee of No 10 Isaac Dun can trustee of No 22 U F hon trustee of No 0 and W T Doolln trusleeof No 32 haying signed and approved the said petition In writing and the said petition been sented to the of the Garrard Co Court on 20ih 1009 samo being a regular term of Garrurd County Court and same noted of record and the said and cause having been continued for ex ceptions and hearing until the regular May term of this court to wit May 24th 1100 and the having been submitted to the court for hear lag said asking that a boundary be laid off for said district be opened and an election be held by the sheriff of Garrard upon the of taking the sense of the legal white voters In said territory or proposed school district whether or not will vole an annual tax of 25 coats on each 110000 worth of assescd and assessable taxable property belonging to said white voters In said proposed district a tax of 1100 on Inhabitant over 21 years of In said proposed Graded Common School Dlslrlct for the purchasing of suitable grounds erecting buildings buildings and mantalnliig the school In the said proposed dlslrlct of district of the said traded school as agreed upon by and Judge of County and the Is as Beginning at a In the middle of and Lexington road front of Lath residence and ning a North 21 miles to a stake In a drain near and below a spring on therarm of Leslie Rubles near Vista thence a lino mak ing a circle about with a 21 miles retinue Including tho loans and residences of trained persons to wit Qua Scott hell Scott Brooks Mrs Sallie Marrot Cleveland Rose James Tlgg Yates Hudson John Woods U K Polndoxttr Mote Robinson W M Robert Rout Mrs er Brown Jim Parks Wm Broad us W T Doolln John Ham Fox TurnerI JI I I Will Shell Alex Dean Bud Duncan B F lien Scott Hannah Sweeney Kd Duncan Joe Simpson Monrow Mont Win Sherrow tJharley Glash and thence to tIre In eluding the residence and lands of the Rubles Iho named being the outside boundary and Includ while legal with the rut uifiessablo pro petty uf Htine further adludgd tho sheriff of Garrard County cause a poll to held the Coininon school electron till legal white within said hound any entitled lo vote the proposition sot ut herein before In lection to bo hold on Saturday and at the samu there shall bo elected live trustees for the Graded Common bylawOrdered to May 20 1000 A D Ford J 0 A true Alt J A Clerk the aoovo order U hereby given will bo opened M n th Garrar Cum a outd J B Citeatliani Jess Alford url t U Noe and the bour ary ot the said U and anise corp atlol1l white malu lUll aid moo etitioneN hello Perkins nllberls Bust henry John Will Pa Will not lIe tles y an Ieetlo1 proposed Graded filch vn J G 0 cOPT not IlIeI the pull on Etslo Nat I and 0 Nut aving County proposed repel th Cb Court llows rum Marsee said boor lery said Otlr1000 directed by sold order and pursuant o Rime Thl June Hih 1100- C A A mold Sheriff Garrard County General News The highest Jflno price for llvq hogs since 1832 was established sionday at tile Union Stockyards best porkers sold at the longpretllctetl figure of a hundred pounds European bankers have purchased 11600000 of tho 6 per cent first mort gage bonds of tho Consolidation Coal Company The funds will be used to develop Kentucky fields of tho com pony In a decision handed down Monday the Supreme Court of Jiuslsslppl de Glared that no beverage can be sold In the state Ihat contalns any percentage whatever uf alcuhol Tills decision will stop the sale of near beer In Mississippi Is In tho poM lion of having Its mayor under arrest by order of Police Judge Ho Is cluing ed with disorderly conduct The trouble between Chief of Police Andrew Cobb and Mayor Steel over some hogs which Mr Gobi found loose on tine street and placed in tho stray A large and enthusiastic meeting of the Burley Tobacco Society was held at Winchester last week The re ports tram the meeting Indicate that the pooling of the 1000 crop will be more thorough and complete than In any tanner years By on almost vote It was decided to pay President Clarence rcllui 12000 fur Iris past services and to continue him as President at a salary of I150u0 per year The Big HUd Is of two kinds conceit and tho that cornea sick headache Docs your head ever feel like a gourd and your brain reel loose and sore You can cure It In no time by acting on your liver with Ballards Herblnr Isnt It worth trying for tho absolute and certain relief youll get R E Me Roberts 1m Republican Resolutions Belt resolved by the Garrard County Republican committee and the Re publicans of OurrardOunty inconven tlon assembled Thai While we dcslro a full and complete county ticket for the unices lo be voted fur at tho ensU log election yet It Is tho sense of this convention that all the candidates shall give written notice of their In tentlon to become such to A B Estrldgo chairman on or before July 111 1000 and that no nominations shall bo mado for county olllccs or a convention called for that purpose after said date of July 1 1000 and that the books bo closed so far as nominations aro concerned on that date On receipt of such notlco on or before July 1 1000 from any true or spore do slrlngtho nomination for a county ofllco or olllccs or from any ono or more desiring instructions fur district olllce or olllces tile chairman will cull tlio committee together for that pur pose byproper publication and notice 0113t A11 Estrldgc Chm WANTED I Poultry and Highest price paid for Poultry GOOD GLEAN EGOS and Hons Wanted Old Iron Bones Metal Rubber when 9 unique arose from a Eggs B Northcott A Chicago pens unanimous bighead IL Wo havo purchased tile Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co and will continuo to carry h full lino of Cord Urick anti Lumber Give us n call Sanders Schooler Sanders J t e r ml Sands d M a DC enQ x C o Q Q L Q Q CISen j 0y ow era THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A H DESI1V IrctMiai STOKMES VleePriit S C DEMY tattler J F Robinson Asst Cashr- R T Embijr Bookkeeper btiiBCTons Saml Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John E 8lor me S C Dcnnv J William J I D Cochran L Gill W I E to 0 cN n N N o c r 0N 0CD 1- Y McCormack Wood MACHINES Binders 12250 Mowers 4250 Hay Rakes 2250 Pure Sisal Binder Twine J E Mount Co 1 rJfifLflr ffi1rrmrm 1- fl I I I A e e ran B1IAZLEY llNllHR11AKHR Arterial CAyltyEllbar1 r- on I 04 aad Uaavllla aireel FULL LINE OP CASKBT3 ANti flUHIAt KOUKS ALWAYS IN TOCk SUBSCRIBE FOR RECORD J I tt r rA k I I I This Great Stock of Goods to be Distributed into the Homes of People in 15 Days And Lasts Only 15 Days Positively no Longer Never in the history of our Business have we been forced to make such a sacrifice to raise CASH to satisfy our creditors but we must have the money so here go the bargains at our loss and your gain It will pay miles to this feast of bargains We never advertise a BARGAIN unless we have it So follow the crowds get the bargains and be made happy The chance of a lifetime to make dollars do double duty to show you what we are going to do for you during this sale A 0 3 C 1 i i J j i I 11 11 11 t 15000 Worth Of Merchandise To Be Sacrificed the 0 a I you toi r come 100 I f I Here are a few prices T S L 1TTff11 C r Iiiit 4Sale Begins Friday June 18th i s i lot Mensgood all wool suits worth up to 1250 cash raising price 498 i lot Mens fine suits latest style and make worth up to 1500 cash raising sale 850 i lot Mens very fine suit the best the market affords the very latest patterns and styles nothing better worth zo cash price 1350 Extra special 100 pairs Mens all wool pants all sizes worth 250 cash raising price 100 i lot Childrens suits worth up to 300 cash raising price 750 f I r j i lot Childrens suits worth up to 400 cash raising price 150 Childrens suits very fine cash raising sale 500 200 pairs Mens overalls worth 50 to 750 cash raising price 39C pairs New York camlet pants worth the world over 5oct cash raising price 45Cts Other Clothing Bargains to numerous to mention Shoes for everybody at theright prices We have about Goo pairs Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes to close at half price Dont fail some of these bargains Carpets Mattings and Wall Paper at great bargains toget lot zoo i i Rugs 15C Matting goes at locts 25c Matting goes at 2octs Wool worth 7scts go at 4octs Rugs at half price 2 good rag car pets only 25cts per yard 200 Bee Hives worth 250 cash raising price 175 We are sole agents for Leggets Champion Dry Powder Paris Green Guns Nothing in all the world as good to destroy tobacco worms Price only 850 Will save 10 times their cost this season Remember we are the only people you can get these guns fromso you had better get at once and be ready for the worms We can you the best Paris Green at only aocts per pound j c Carpets one furnish 5000 Yards Best Calico 56tS YardI 5000 yards good 38 inch sheeting only 5cts a i yard- i lot of all Wool dress goods worth pacts a yard cash raising price only 35cts yard ioo Mens collars ell sizes at 10 dozen fancy shirts worth 100 cash raising sale socts Good bargains in Trunks Telescopes and Suit Cases 3 very fine Progress Steel Ranges worth 2500 3000 3500 cash raising price 1800 3300 and 3500 i lot clocks worth 350 cash raising price 300- to Perfection Washing Machines worth 350 cash raising IC each t r price 250 Mens Ladies and Saddles at money saving price Wagon Breeching Buggy Harness Check Lines Riding Bridles etc at great bargains 25 Sewing Machines worth 35 each at 15 each Special 200 pounds best Grain Pepper beets per pound too three quart tin coffee pots only sets each i gross 6qt covered tin bucket only pacts 10 quart flaring pale tocts 150 piece enameled worth up to socts only locts i set glasses per set aoo bowls worth 15 to 25013 cash raising price locts j r Boys poet glass Extra special one 112 piece flue china dinner set worth 1000 cash raising price 500 Photo frames at half price Pumps Farm Bells Grind Stones and Hoes at special prices i Car load of Furniture at panic prices Listen bed 1150 to 750 dressers 850 to 1250 Mattresses ones 250 Extension Tables 450 Bed Springs 125 Cots 125 Wood Rocket Willow Rockers 250 Center rabies 125 i of Kentucky Sorghum only 65cts per gallon I barrel good boo We want extra clerks for this sale Will buy 5000 pounds of bacon at 1 4ct per pound We want a car load of Bones and Iron Every Lady visiting our store during this sale will be presented with a useful present so dont fall to call for it Remember the date and dont fail to be dn time FridayJune 18th Store will be closed Thursday June 1 7th to get ready for this great bargain feast Respectfully I 10 t0 aeJII e a c Is y 1t t HICKSd4 lItz S 1 A HOG COT GOOD SUMMER OR WINTER Structure Which to Equipped with n Door nnd a Ventilating System I FOR- I ASh p c F cifr kt Tho Ashnped hop cot Is ndnpted to both summer and winter cond tlons It has n permanent floor n door In ench end and n ventilating system It Is constructed by nailing Inch boards on six Joists two Inches by four Inches eight feet long for tho floor Iloncath tho Joists are Walled three stringers two Inches by six Inches eight feet long which servo for moving tho house Next l eplkod a plcco two Inches by eight inches nine feet four Inches long at tho ends of tho Joists having tho bot tho two Inch by eight Inch even tho bottom of tho Joist which Will allow It to project above the floor throe Inches It will also extend out Bovpn Inches nt each ond This two Inch by eight Inch forms a plato to whlcn the rafters nnd root boards are billed Tho sevenInch extension of the at the ends supports tho low JI fl I l i late WI I arnncre 11 tom of I A rear door Identical In Bite with tho front door Is held In place by cleats nailed across It on tho Inside and by buttons fastened on tho out Bide Tills door II not opened but provides ventilation In sum mer nnd aids In handling mows nt far rowing tlmo Above tho rear door U a small sliding door 8x12 Inches to ndmlt light and nlr Another Important feature of this house Is tho ventilator which Is n small cap covering a polo at tho top nnd tho center of the roof Tho hole Is mode by sawing oft opposite ends of two roof boards and covering It with n cap so arranged as to leave openings three Inches by 12 Inches on each sldo of tho root This Is suffi dent ventilation for two or three ant mall when all the doors nro shut and If moro ventilation Is desired It cnn easily bo secured by opening tho small regularly Front View of Hog CotJ jT A Shaped openers of tho roof which other ilt be easily split off Theso 2x8s besides strengthening tho house the rafters and roof boards salted to them at least three inches off the floor and thereby materially in crease the floor space and tho capac tty of the bouBO If tho houso Is to be In oxtremely cold weather a movable door The thus trallon shows a door two feet wide and two feet six inches high made down and held in place cleats It Is suspended by a rope which passes through a pulley at the top and Is fastened to a cleat at tho near the roof The cut also shows two Iron eyes bolted into the front joist of the building to which the bitch Is made when tho building is moved fill treed necessary to and by aide PV also snide t r sliding door in the rear This simple plan of ventilation avoids any direct drafts upon the animals and proves very efficient With these improvements tho cost In building tho Ashaped houso it somewhat Increased All the boards except those used for the floor should be dressed on ono lido Tho following lumber Is necessary to construct this portable house Nine pieces 1x12 In 16 feet long and 11 O O battens 16 feet long for roof 6 pieces 1x12 In 14 feet long for ends 1 piece 2x4 In 10 feet long for ridge 2 pieces 2x8 in 10 feet long for plates 7 pieces 2x4 In 16 feet long for rafters and braces in 3 pieces 2x6 in 8 feet long for strIngers and 4 pieces 1x12 in 1C feet long rough for flooring frame Stable With Box Stallst M 1 I nn nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnn I 1 Tho ground plan shown above Is for a 44x70 foot Tho arrangement gives three box stalls In end which can If desired bo arranged Into stalls The two cross passages art six feet wide Stalls for cows six f09t wide and feet long from f front n each six of manger to rear of stall Tho main door can bo made in two doors and six feet wide which will admit of n stone boat or sled being taken In to clean out tho stable There will be space enough to drlvo In a horse and turn around A Curtain Front Laying HouseIt front should be toward the south or east to avoid the worst storms covered wl h canvas enables Jt to be closed at night Per feet ventilation can be obtained by this and In tine weather full can be taken of the sunlight Wire netting Is used to cover the windows TheWI Afram work a mean advantage yt Provide Plenty of Water Although turkeys will oat snow they should not be permitted to do so but should bo given plenty of fresh clean water Sell Beit When railing tup eyg for market medium sized onus 111 bQ found than ottra4 1 nnn t I large i They 1 better autos Have Plenty of Litter If hone are confined to tho poultry houso on cold days seo to It that they do not have to stand on tho baro floor Use straw corn talks corn husks or other dry material for a floor covering liens wlh cgld feet will pot lay very nitny- iurr FEED FOR THE THIN HORSE Ration to De Given Lean Norse Water and Excreta Among CiientUliV For tho grain ration giro three quarts of whole oats and threo Quarts of wheat bran thrco tines a tiny 1ut oats and bran In n bucket nnd ndd ono tablespoonful of raw linseed oil Them wet tho wholo with cold water till a stiff math results Stir well nnd give ns ono ration Should the horse bo old It may be better to food tho outs ground In every feeding put n level tablespoon of salt With this give nil t o liny Jho animal will eat removing what remains In tho manger each time Also give all the wafer lie will drink 4t will bo well for this purpose to keep a pall of stall where the horse can helrulilm self ns ho pleases A box stall Is rather better n narrow tho animal la taken out for exercise The oil Is by some horsemen said to affect tho liver but so far tho writer has never seen any unfavorable results when given as nbovo recommended Hotter effects have been pained by Its presoncolri tho ration than with tho same grain fed without It Tho salt too Is a benefit Some horses scour badly under this feed Tho sloppier Jtho math that Is the more water It con mite tho faster will the horse gain If ho should continuo too loose In tho bowels use less water and make the mash quite dry Water Is fat tening also and tho salt In tho ration induces larger consumption of liquid Tho nbovo Is recommended for horses of medium size say around 1200 pounds Larger horses require more food nnd smaller ones probably a little less This Is true of horses nt nil times the moro weight they carry the moro they should have For n general feed corn nnd oats In equal parts make a very good grain ration for a heavy farm horso doing slow work For tho drlyer alone or with n little bran Is hotter With corn the bran helps to lighten tho ra tlon and aids digestion I should rec ommond putting a little bran always with any grain ration for this reason In winter farmers frequently keep tholr work horses on straw with a lit tIe grain Where this Is done bran should always make n of thls ration for the straw is binding to the bowels and this tendency the brim counteracts Some horses are to colic and a straw and corn diet Is almost sure to cause trouble at frequent Intervals with any such cases CLEAN WATER FOR Barrel Constructed In Such Manner That Hogs May Have Clean Water at All Times Bore hole close to bottom of barrel and connect to trough with a pipe letting pipe como a little top edge of trough Place a tight I nn water In that regularly part below one unless oats predisposed TI4E HOGS l inch Handy for Hogs cover over barrel and you will have as good n hog waterer as those that aro patented Cows Peas Good for Hogs Fencing Is becoming more expen sive every year and we can hardly af ford to fence a farm Into four or six fields as was tho custom of oUr boy hood days so wo try to partially solve the problem by fencing the whole farm against cattle only with permanent hog lots The Idea of a sc rice of hog lots nil of thorn to be broken up nt least n and planted to some fqras prop seems to gain as It Is bettor All of the lots may be sown to rye In tho fall for winter or spring pastures In one oats and peas to suc ceed tho rye rape to follow the oats and peas while tho other Is platted In sorghum Whenever a man has grown cow peas as a crop for grazing hogs ho is never willing to go through a season without a patch of thorn Open Sheds for Lambs Lambs which are to bo fattened In late fall or early winter need some kind of shelter Nothing Is bot tor than a shod open to the south Do not under any clrcuinstancos to confine them In a closed barn Lot thorn run In the open tho weather will permit Feed them fodder oats clover or alfalfa hay Lot them have access to a straw plln If possible When they art to b finished Increase the food of grain add n little soy bean meal cornmeal and plenty ot year will once favor understood attempt whenever Bate iBJJJfcDING A CEMENT WATERING r m FOR THE lAvESTOCK- i The Hound Tank la Much Easier llnijt Tlmn Ono Which to unraUy Joseph E Vlu f T r Fljf 1 A cross Ml rf tho nqlmrotnnk Tho walls wll v m trato only tilt they n firm rmmdntlnn nnd tho bottom will rest on tho earth there la nothlna better Tho walls will bo 39 Inches high and six incites thick nt tho top anti 10 Inches thick nt tho biso Tho bottom need bo no moro than tour Inches thick though It may well bo lilcknr where It Joins the wnlln so on to strengthen thorn unntpwlmt Wo vll this tnnk well with stool rodt8piicod 12 Inches npart about wall placed ns shown In the Illustra tion there rods 30 itches long nnd onefourth luck In diameter At tho lop wo will Imbed close to the outer edge rods 24 foot long bent around each corner nnd their ends tapping This reinforcing g Imperatively need ed In BO largo a tank especially when built In square form Tho bottom has no especial need of reinforcing though n the rent the I shows tight Fig 1 Square Concrete Watering Tank I a tow rods through It will tend to pro vent Its over cracking They should bend up nt tho and reach nearly to the top of tho wall To build this tank Is an extremely simple One makes a box for the outer form levelling It at top digs his trench for ho foundation It need moro than eight Inches wide and 16 Inches deep then puts In his concrete floor nnd on It the box for Inner form then tho walls and nit of It ought to bo put In on tho same day Make a rich mixture rather wet BO that It will pour and keep It agitated well with as it Is poured In so as to work all air and bubbles to tho surface Take oft tho inner form In 24 hours and paint tho Inside with n wash of cement and water thlck as gravy Tho Inlet and outlet pipes must bo put In beforp the tank la built tho In ends matter bOlo slicks let reaching Just above tho and If It Is a curving vireo or return put on It all the better since then no will drop pebbles Into It Tho outlet should bo at least two Inches In diameter awl have n thimble In concreto bottom Grease tho well so that It will bo easy to screw in and out Water overflows tho top edge of this pipe and runs down Into tho tile provided or It Is screwed out tho wholo tank Is emptiedFig shows u much better tank that Is much moro easily and more cheaply made If you have sand In your neighborhood to use for n fprm To make this form one sets up A piece of stiff plpo or an Iron bar P In the center of whero ho Is to build his tank In lino with It and pipe threads pipe waterline over and Care of Pot Plants Plants In pots may bo compared to caged birds being in unnnturnl conditions Their requirements must bo filled or results will bo A free bird or a free plant tho air or mother earth around them cnn resist winds and dust and dryness and many other things that Interfere with growth but when In cages or pots they aro entirely at tho mercy of those who own thorn lllnls generally lard better than plants for It is not uncommon to soo plants sit ting In windows and on railings of verandas day after day exposed to sun winds and dryness tho pots nro porous and tho roots of tho plants aro close against tho side they soon hard and dry and incapable of transmitting supplies to the loaves atoms Tho plant Itself exposed to and dryness reaches a pill ablo condition and life soon becomes a matter of endurance depend ing entirely upon Its powers of resist anco Tho supply ot water Is often deficient the dry pot absorbing a great deal and most of the water down on the outside of the ball the center of the ball bplng dry Pot plants growing In exposed places should halo double pots or pot covers Injury being done by tho exposure of tho porous clay of tho to drylpg Influences There aro certain plains can bear exposure to adverse Influences bettor than era Among them are yuccas aloes fourcroyaB palms aspar aqua sprongorl and a other plants with thick leathery loaves Plants In PQU lhQUIJ pover be allowed to bo como dry Neglect of this kind once may cause moro damngo to tho roots of a plant than It can repair In a mouth ends of a root nro sup plied with or ducts through having Tile unsatisfactory become and winds sl uple running much our tow outside thn nwiiMiod tnnk he sole two posts aprons them n strong plnnki this stlft ni up iho plrot Now ho needs a frame fur sweeping around anti making his mold Four bonrdi nailed together ono Ot them n wIde hollowfhl n hula to make n neat curve us Mtnwn on tho loft hand side of Fig 2 mnVrs Ibis frnmo Now pile up tend ab your rlrcln anti wet It and rack It with the shovel then swing your tramp about and let It scrape oft tune sand till you have a complete clrclo moulded In your nnnd Then you nro ready to put In your concrete No Innor form Is need pd tomreto In put In sand li thrown ngnli t It 10 hull It In place otter It hat lorn fairly well placed with tho trowel Uso moist concrete but Tilt Ion to bo hold In place After the sand unlit Is ready then clean out your trench It had bolter bo dug at tho b Rlnntim anti fill It wllli concrutu If you wish to tusks I one Ill j WIt Ills as lie tho outer surface of thin tnnk nh o lutcly smooth and fine do It In this manner Screen some coarse wind and mix with cement 1 to 2 do not wet It Spread It over tho sand lu Its dry state about ono Inch thick press Ing It down hard of course not hard enough to disturb tho packed rand You may IBO your frame and sweep title If you wish by shortening the frame ono Inch When this dry mont nnd sand la In place you may moisten It with a fine sprinkler or tho wet sand may give It enough moll turn to make It sot Then put In the bottom reinforcing It somewhat say a quarter Inch rod each IG Inches In two directions nnd then the walls about six Inches thick and for each 12 Inches of vortical height lay In a bill wire or onefourth Inch rod bent to fit As tho concrete It placed and smoothed In the Inside pressing It coo 1 Fig 2 Circular Tank Built of Concrete hard against tho form throw up n tit tie sand against It to hold It up At the top edge place a rod onohalf Inch In diameter bent to shape it need nut be continuous short rods hooked will servo This sand mold Is built In less than the square mold nUll require no lumber It makes n stronger nnd moro beautiful tnnk With good gravel mix ono nnd onefourth barrels of cement with each yard ol gravel or if stone Is used and sand mix ono ccrapnt two sand live stone For tho hogs make near by but not too near asniallcrtankconnvctlnR tho two with an underground plpo Do not have tho hogs near enough to the largo tnnk BO that they will got hurl by cattle and horses llrecdcrs Oa zette together time which they absorb moisture or nutri ment If those are destroyed by or decayed by overwatering the source of supply Is cut off from the plant Hhas to put out new roots It can regain its vigor Hence the Importance of care In watering Now or dry pots should bo soaked In water before potting plants so fill the ores or they will absorb molsturo from tho soil anti dry out them Inside of a second pot to keep plant from drying out Tho roots near the sides of tho pots nro easily dried In sun or draught Covers or double pots shado thorn Covers can bo made of rico matting anti various other materials or pot covers can bo pur chased ready undo M Plant rooted cuttings In 2 und 214 Inch pots anti repot Into larger sizes as tho pots up with roots Smnll plants should never bo put Into large pots but advanced as thoy gums size and strength If the soil becomes sodden before tho plant grows largo enough to require room It grows slowly mill often makes a corn photo failure In repotting turn the pot over taco down placing tho fin gene across tho toil to holt tho plant and gently tap tho odgo of tho pot on tho edge of tho table or potting bench Tho plant will slip out easily and tholr roots cnn ho examined and plant slipped back In tho pot or potted on as doelrod If tho roots have reached tho out stile of tho ball and formed a not work around it It requires a larger pot Growing Wool In Winter Bhoep grow wool moro rapidly In cold than In warns wenthor Cool well tilated hut not draughty horns will ht lp therefore to lucrcaio title Ktnwth alto protect nil dry- Ing before over pottcd vim Free Free What Gold Stamps Do you save GOM STAMlS If not vliy lint They furnish your home PlUm the heat merchant give them with nil purchases Start Collecting Gold Stamps Today aid sonic of the many uefnl otiiiiintiitnl house 3g kohl articles given In cxclmngc The follnwItiK met charts freely one i with each iocpiirrltiiac H Tf Logan Clothing and Shoos The Joseph Mercantile Co Dry Goods and Notions jf R E McRoberts Druggist y Mrs Ada Kinnaird Millinery M K Denny Dentist J P Prather Son Fresh and Cured Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries W M Bond Meat Cutter You have not to buy Groceries Dry Goods Shoes nnd filler commodities from sonic one Tho Klvlnitf ou GOLD STAMPS charges no moro but enables you6 furnish your liutno FUEB with many useful nnd ornamental rtlclciit suhiloy Free by earning premiums on money you havo to upend with some Start ToDay secure I I u tnercharl lot our Saving S r f a give them V lit t tiM Free Freeaa a Subscribe for Record THOUGHTS ON BUSINESS WALDO PONDRAY WARREN ALL WORK A SCHOOL who gets the most out of life Is the man who lives to learn An old man walking by the banks of a river said to his grandson See this river my child It has a different Interest for every one of ui That man yon der thinks of It merely as place to fish The boys down there think of It as swimming pool The man who owns the sawmill considers It a part of his workshop Those young people In the launch think of It as a pleasure stream The farmer finds that It enriches his fields The cows come down to drink The old settlers tell us of a battle that was fought near tho bend And you and I find It a manytided object lesson For you are soon to go out Into the world and you will find life like this river You will observe that every man thinks of It from his own standpoint Some are Idlers along the banks waiting for chance to bring them what they want some row up stream and some float down some find refresh ment some only pleasure some see only the hard work and some are looking back at the past thinking of the battles that have been fought In years gono by But you and I will find It a great object lesion school where all the activities of men and women become lesions and where progress In wisdom and goodness Is the chief motive In all that we do CbpjffUbt tae 7 JOMI U twin THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCOnrOIUT- KDUmictiMtor Ky Capital Stock 5000000 R R McRODIiRTS Irest J C Itubtuiks i Vice 1rcs R I Burton 3 Vice Irca J W IfcMOKii Cushier DV TJ uu AHt C uuler R I IJIWn Book Keeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank n n DY T HEman i J p a a e l WHEN IN NEED OF Wjk DoneCALL THE ENTRI RECORD OFFICE PHQNE 43i I J A t I j i Quiok1yrxa r- I ti 6a 1 Wage Earnersand Investors Opportunity We will sell 18 lots within 300 of the School nt Uncastcr Ky on Saturday June 1 9 1909 nt i oclock p til This nvnllnblc lot ptonerty in the city and Is located in one of the t oulcslrnble sections There is nhvnys n demand for resident there being no vacant houses nnd 8 to 10 families anti fall to find homes here each year The wage earner can get n home of his own by purchasing n lot and giving a mortgage on it for lumber to build and the person with surplus mosey can net 10 per cent by building house and renting them Lancaster has a population of 2000 Is enjoying n steady growth has one of tic best Graded Schools In the State splendid facilities electric light plant telephone system four churches three banks uptodate merchants tobacco grain ware houses to take care of the abundant crops grow on the very fertile farms of Canard county No whisky fotald and nit conditions arc Inviting to the homcseekcr one of the best sys terns of Water Works in the State 10000 AWAY Numbers will be glen to purchasers of lots nnd similar numbers will be placed flom which two will be drawn anti the persons holding the to the numbers drawn be credited the first and the second by 2500 on their purchases Deeds to low wljf provide that they Are only to be used as residences for white person Lots No t to 6 Indus vc face Lexington avenue within 150 yards of n pavement residents will assist in constructing one that distance which will be but n small cost to each These lots have a beautiful front with n depth of 365 to 465 feet sonic extending from Lexington avenue to Hill street Lots No 7 to 1 8 arc on the proposed Hill extension on high ground facing the city with good frontage depth and very desirable The street can be opened at a to each pur chaser The residence anti all improvements known as the Currey home containing about 7 acres of land will be sold at the same time The Lancaster Lttm cr Mamirncturing Co have agreed with us to furnish lumber and n atcrtals terms to purchasers of the The undersigned ha e an option on the property nnd the lady who owns it permitted to as above and offer for sale and in order to the the property nnd prevent the been lion of objectionable tenants hold the right to reject any or all bids at the close of the sale Terms easy and made known on day ofsale Hughes Lancaster Kentucky Surries Driving Wagons Phaetons on Utrey Uric tf Is lie proper y Neck hotel hemp wide We also IC GIV N tl correspondiug oo ail eld et stitah xpense cxee nt o lots I Irie of Swinebrood Buggies I A A rr yards Ily end number twill hid e easy then fey t t 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 STANDARDISED For All Live StockKA Y AND TO use Kitts LICE TICKS PLEAS MITES CURESMANOE SCAB RINGWORM SCRATCHES ETC DESTROYS DISEASE UERMS AND DRIVES AWAY VUES NONIRRITATING EFFECTIVE INEXPENSIVE ArE THE R McRoberts ASK BOOKLITt IDEA rue IU at DIP tram rae r L j XI1 orer your Tobacco Barns with BEMLEY HASELDEN l ss tlloy will your also Office National Dank orIanclster Phone t3- r t I i Insuro rTollllcco G Gossip About People N NS A llrlil Mention of Coning Oolngi Ly Thou Wi Art tit mMtt Mrs Loin IVuter li at her health LowlsL Wnlktr I In Wt fffnf on business Mr II J Button a tow tiny In Cincinnati Mlm linnet of Lotilftvlllo Is th Mrs Amon Mr J K Dlckorson WAS In Clncln oath limo week Snullcy was hero on business Wednesday Dr J I Klnnalrd made a business trip to Richmond Tuesday Judtto D C Armstrong of Okla homa Is huro fur A tow days Mr Matcuin house went to Mid dlcsbuto this week on business Mr lien Kennedy of Lincoln with Lancaster relatives Tuesday Mr Uamboll Green of Hlclunond was sojourning In our midst Sunday Mrs F 1 FrUblo entertained the Embroidery ClubTliurstlny afternoon Mrs V II Shanks of Stanford was the guest of Mrs J 11 Mount Friday MlRsOcrtto Ilcalhman of Newby Is vlslllntt Misses Iksslo and Eunice irathcr Dr W Uurnott arrived Thursday from a recuperative stay In Hot Springs Miss May Dayls Is at homo again a visit sister Mrs Malloy of heron Dr Samual Burnside of Texas Is here with relatives and friends for a tow days Miss Resale Holton of IlarrodsburK Is visiting Miss May Robinson of llryantsvlllc Mr Walljr Mllburn and Jim Hob Neuland of Stanford were visitors hero last week Mesdames Alex Kennedy and Win Parian have returned from rf visit to Lexington friends Miss Bernie Lear Inn returned from a visit to her grand parents Mr curd Mrs R R Denton Judge J 0 Ilcmplilll who Is In business In Loulnvlllo was here with his family n few days Mr and Mrs Walker Hurnslde of Richmond have been visiting rela tives In lower Qarrard Dr M R White and little daughter Violet are at home from a stay with relatives In Ml Sterling Miss Annie MACMllburn who him been with relatives hero has roturned to her home fit Stanford Mr J S Sandusky County Clerk of Wayne county visited his father J li Sandusky of this place Miss Eunice and Hessle 1rather have returned homo after a two weeks visit with friends In Richmond Mrs James A licazlcy entertained a 0 oclock dinner Friday evening honor of a number of guests Miss Norma El more Is at homo igaln after a visit to her undo Mr Charles Alexander of Versailles Mrs Nevin Carter and little daujtht sr Luclle of Lincoln county are with her cousin Mrs P P Frlsbte Mrs 0 F Taylor and daughters of Frankfort arrived Saturday for a to Dr and Mrs M n White Mr and Mrs George D Robinson have recent guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Slavln of Danville Mrs 0 M Richardson and sons of Lexington are hero for a visit to Mes n Collier and J I Rubin Misses Rolla and Allle Arnold were tho week of their aunt Mrs Martha Fish of Crab Or chard lion Wm J Price of Danvlllo came up In an auto Sunday for n short visit to his aunt Mrs Mutts iVi Friable I Mrs J Vincent Arnold und children have returned to their homo In Ulrmr liiKham utter u visit to Mr and Mrs James Uurusldo Mr and Mrs A W Kavanauph and Mrs Lewis L Walker were with Mrs Thomas R Slavln of Danvlllo for a short visit last week Mr and Mrs R II liaison and little daughter Cecil have relumed from u visit to Mrs IMsons mother Mrs Hilton of Stanford Miss Elizabeth Adams has returned to her hume In Mt Vernon after an enjoyable visit to her cousins Misses Cullloand Mattlo Adorns Mr and Mrs W 11 Mason went to Philadelphia whero tholr siii li law Rev II N Faulconor has submitted to an operation for appendicitis Mr W I William went to Louis vlllo last week to bo with his sister MM rProwttt of Camblcavlllo who had a dangerous operation performed Misses Fotlro Penny MoRoberts llltfuliis are guests of Mrs Mount will tuko part In the program night al the Court House Mrs James A Rojstpn entertained Friday nt a sumptuous dinner Tin guests of honor wero Mcidamos Fret P Friable Robert JUowor of Jhllsea Oklahoma J Hrudford Jennings o I r blaaf the end J It tot lliL guest of W utter to liar lit In vIsIt been domes J sun guests tie drat ot land I z astaaa Conway last Judge MU woe I t 1 PMO Texas and MlAs Alleo llciidol Nan of tftorldit Mitt ff M Tlridar entertained Sunday rolitml olfi Friday ovchlnit a of Mr and Mrs R T Ktnbry on Lexington Avenue Mr II 1C Iterndon was In Oxford Oily HUH wt k attending n ro union noUn Flints Fraternity time the New HOIIM at Miami Unlvarilly wuadodl aced Dru James II Klnnalrd anti T M Acton Messrs J K Hlmurc Lewis L Wnlkor Jacob Joseph James A lieu toy and Jon Husclden at Ipndwl a conclave at Wllmoro on Wednesday E Robinson entertained Mr and Mrs Edwin Halley Saturday evening at a beautiful and elaborate six oclock dinner Covers wore laid for twelve The decorations were In red and green and these colors wero carried out In tho menu Mrr John M Fiura entertained the embroidery club at her beautiful suburban home Thursday afternoon A number of guests were Invited to meet with members noticeable among them being the homo corners Mr llndford Jennings Mrs Edwin Hollcy Miss Alice Henderson and Miss Lottie Mao McllobcrlA MAltKSIiUKl Robt Rout sold n team of mules lo llonta of Harrodsburg for Rev II M Shouse went to Monday to attend the ministers conference Mrs Wllllnm Anderson and children of Dolhnn Alabama camo Friday to make an extended visit to relatives In tills vicinity Mr and Mrs Richard McGrath and son of Greenville S C arrived hors Sunday to spend the Summer with her parents Mr nnd Mrs M F Rout A family reunion was held last at tho home of Mr Abncr Hughes 40 guests wero present to enjoy the occasion A splendid dinner and a good time was reported Master Guy Ingram a Miss Duncans school received the prize for must Improvement In writing The Judges wero Mrs Elizabeth Bur zcss and Rev II M Shousi- Chlldrens day will be observed at the Pleasant Grove church next Sun day afternoon Miss Addle Arnold practice of the Children and no doubt the Illllo the program wellOn the 4th Sunday In Juno a service For the children will be held at this Folk church Mrs Shouso who has the training of the children under her entire direction Is very successful In this line of work nod a good expected Miss Carrie Woods 17 years of age died of tuberculoses time home of Mr George Huffman last Thursday afltr iioon and was burled Friday after noon at tho Fotk Cemetery after a short service ut the grave by Rev II M Spouse HUENA VISTA Henry Ruble Is numbered with the Mrs John Daugherly and little son her parents Miss UcrthiiCtiiIstophcr Is tho guest it her aunt Mrs Cecil near Wlhnore Miss Christian of Lexington Is spending a few days with Miss Maymo Jlsmuks Tutu SUjnner student of Howling Ircen Normal School Isspcndlng the week at home Mrs A Christopher and Somerset will arrive this week to relatives Miss Maymo llastln of Lancaster was time pleasant guest last week at Albert Skinners Miss Fannie Chumleyi of was a week end guest Florence Christopher Miss Ora Poor and Virgil Wilds returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Edd Ballard near Stanford Mrs W P Ruble and son were last week to Indiana by tho 111 icss of Mr Ruble who Is reported bettor Mesdames of Middles Lama Grimes of Lexington hello Land of Spears have been the family of J U Robinson Ilollls Spoonumoro of Wllmorc was Saturday allondlng his mothers at which time houshold clfccts sold very cheap but stock brought prices Mr and Mrs Joo Hamilton are en orlalnlng Mr Hamiltons sisters Mrs Spoonamoro of Wllmore and Mesdames Christopher nnd Compton uf Independence Mo The luwnfolo given Saturday oven hag by the 0 EB was largely dosplto the Inclement weather Those In attendance from a distance wero Miss Chumley Hairodsburir Miss ChrUtlan of Lexington Mr Allen of Georgetown Mr mind Mrs Albert Skinner enter tained ut dinner Sunday tho Ural limn for more tour six years iiholr eleven children Wo wish ninny such happy reunions Vrt Muslin and sun Clln ton of Lancaster were among tho guests A Vital Point Tno most delicate part of a baby U Its bowels 1vory aliment llmt It sulfurs with attacks too bowels also ondungerlnu In most cases tho lifts of the infant McGeon Baby Elixir dysentery and nil de rangemonts of the stomach or newels U K MuUuberU 1m L his n I ncllltk dinner nt the hUmQ of the nl winch Fraternity nil v III 0 1111 Mrs Joo MOO Sunday pupil of has Snlerll1tellded are vial Un children- of have hero hero sale fair lion enroll illarriroen j i 1hl Has min lie t Lexington lie carryout programs visit berg Mica called visiting attended Business Horns frwi1 vffll ffttr r er column Crab Orchard Ky to cuter to The Star Cleaning sU Louis Fiiuieotrar Mar grandson Fvlixf G 0 0182t Ky For Salej f One of the bestnionerinaklnttfrmsl argaln told In GO tat price ana W T KINO 28Ot Buena Vista Ky Uptodate line of Harness Buggies Deering Binders and Mowers Full line of r iu1gji American Wire Fence sJJ any height P Tinware 1 Hardware s Woodenware JS E Large line of Can Goods 1 E3 special price by dozen and J M case A lot of good Lumber ral nt special price rail BECKER BallariCo Having a flrtclass Stgam Drilling Outfit for drilling Water or Oil Wells prepared to drill them any depth For further information J E HAMMOND Lancaster Ky HOW TO CURE SKIN DISEASES Tho that cause skin disease must bo drawn to tho eurfaco of thosUli destroyed llnuldf or external uso fin ir For sale everywhere Wrlto UW CoSt Louis or silo at Drug Store a Thought U n U n U fi I t fl I I SM01lrlbulflOPflcremrethh JtehlHH n 1r3t r I mrrrmnsnlderrHrnhrntlA H wrrthIIlIMtKittji Yrf W hotrflfll rnt-mt1ttJ liUlIIJtJlJlhlfu UuJl4 iTmMlrttrltttTllmTHIIHlnd I nIIUwu41J IIBscltlnUroIfII t tm1trtJrnrT1m1fi111PhUllldftrft tfcc owerll lid Htty u Iand r e t es from W W Viers N add tt 430 U Nose on lIe u rnvl samo sari pa1lg fur th West I bay 10010JjO tOI 1lfjI for sale w tfo oVl11 lle L L odors 284t It are rket noting cco bn JJ reside to lid out lljr1t8 II Wlthe lbo ntak time price amid I handles the brat 430 U will rhea t press nil r cloth neat L dl S s Moved st dunr or Whl Church Phmt 62 Sele 17 head retlst cd and Je cows and also herd u 8w road Lan aster Iii III CojlliLy to sale 3 acres Alsost ek mplet ntsat it aVIl Write j l1 il- rn ml I m Well Ei11ing Im write and will tins and will form of for file uts Worth b srrrrw w 1r r tTIIITNtttMt o u trra te JilurtlnyxMrnrirt- iTrtortl aP anilr iUuxhuttliryuw- lbiuimstwnxhrl4wrm kcrn nil wpap1uudyuu w I I I uemnrotttrr- I rb tydxtns r see eMtM enrllne 1 cctl ft 1 rakes ITiltZhllrnHflnr 18 L- 1o canyetiiorest eiring1 ur rt Lica nnott gJarsed s e- OwnorPdettheiiad Y1 split r F you Ir n f r y Y ran Coml ligive re- n apeI tut Iaptlst 110 t JereYa r grade ho roll Uarud m Cl Far uio e lEntS L a I o 0 BRlANTSVILLI KY Phones 16T and 310A 0 13 G1 83 E- I skin rasa eam Molt 1 Why do the Tin Plate Mills tlm Metal tooting Mills llioNliiuula Virla liao Fuctorlea use ywah Uranrt Pobblq und Why do I hoy not tuo Lumber told all 1urlbest Butcher their own cause thoy know Buntline will last lonuor cheaper In prlco expense to samples W W WiTHKHS2- JQ K Maim bt Lexington Ky vc roull IIUI price old j NNWlWIiN Uncle Supply of Mr f Sans OAL will bo exluutsfod in n hundred years or so That neednt worry you so much na whether your isnt exhausted now Let us send you a ton of stove coal anyway A Good Block Coal For Threshing Obelisk Flour in Barrels BANKS HUDSON THE Garrard Bank Trust Co IKCOnrOtlATEO Capital Stock 5000000 R McROBKRTS Prest J C Etibanks i Vice Pres R L Burton 2 Vice Pres J W ELMORE Cashier DV r n Ant Ciahler R Elkin BookKeeper We Invite Your Patronage The Farmers Bank B L Woods frtst W C Fish Vice Preit W 0 Kemper Cnhler PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOUIOKATKO If f PWt MWlrnMUtW u u Lrtncaetur Ky L supply I ate Wo offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking treatment CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 DiDKcrronn M COY R L ARNOLD ROOUYN J8DORROWB- I B WOODS W C FISH W C WYNN B L WOODS 1 Our Customers tie Fully Protected by hdelity and Casuality Insurance We wish to say to the public that THE STUDIO husnt been open regular for some time but will bo opened every Come in anti get the best PHOTOUS at the best prices The FOX STUDIO r FOX Saturdaynow w i J J WALKISU President IY J S Joitxsox Vice Prest ORUANIZED 883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITOI 50000 SURPLUS 15000 B P HUDSON Cashier W O UtoNKY AsstCashr 0 D WALKBII Bookkeeper Prompt and Careful AttentionBusiness Solicited J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker Alex Glbbs Lewis L Walker LANCASTER f Qolored Fair August 12 13 14 09 hen von Of KY DIRECTORS T lot Arnold O Arnold ant I LANCASTIUI A Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality CENT1iHLt RECORD Af1 11ARCO U 1I louis n Iv ell MANUFACTURING ENGlAVEI5 See- The i a rC1RDBJ I6 JJ U Morrow GfmlMitto Vpllclnnl- Uinci Fitted Btlifncllon Huaratiteetl Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell l aruis on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phono 221 i wile roa t Offlco Hour HB in toll 1pm to 411 ems B F WALTJSR DENTIST Phono 05 Lancaster Ky M K Denny nr DENTIST Once over Mitt Arnold Millinery M J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHONE fcWJ Office corner Lexington Bt end Public Square Lancaster Kentucky J E Robinson LAWYER Ml COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice In all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phono 101 Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KTUCKY M HOUSEOnly White Barber- In Town North lido of Public Square DR A B PRICE will practice Dentistry at his homo Klchmond ave ovcry Monday and Tuesday Cut Flowers For Every Occasion Ware McRoberts Stonewall Jackson Jr This floe black italllon wn tlrtd by the great addle breeding italllou Old wall This dam a Vciimark mare lie li nice colt to prove good breeding Will Hand at IS to luitiro UQ ill weaning time We bold a lieu on all nnlll paid Darren by the Impregnator We nave perfect luccen In this breeding Billy This flue was ired by Uijor John D Harrli Imported Jack tie will make tbe season of 1909 at my bun at IS to Insure a until weanlug llli get of iron 11 now on my farm to show for his good breeding Ho U a sure foal getter A T TKAYIX R SONS Pleasant Hill Breeding Stanford UK D No 4 Sl 3in FINE FART IN UAItUAltD COUNTY FOR SALE A floe blue grass lanD for tale situated pike near Leavell and mile south of Uccait r containing SCO acre well located In good lnhborboodbtlug part of the John Walker tract with a handsome new liroitory icven room residence thereon with necessary outbulldlnn and good new barn 40xX Well watered ilx never tailing spring and creek running through TKixt H cash In hand balance ono and two years from day of bearing six per edit lutercit until paid reriuui looking for iiich place writ or see W O WALKER Stanford Ky A POSITIVE CURE FOR DANDRUFF ZEMO atopa Instantly and will euro case of or Itchlna rceJp ZEMO destroys tho dandruff germ and prevents hair It will rt color nnd lea vo nln for earn pie E W Row Medicine For solo atMoRoberU Drug Store Aik tor sample KILLTHi COUCH CURE LUNG Kings New i INSURt1NCE saddle a Ue haw for 1 made to black Jack Farm six sale aD the clean And healthy For lalo eVer Co Ht AN THE WITH Dr d o y i e y r I I i IIlaarleooolleovoeelalopeoew eeIeIIIL4aeeeeeeeellooveleoee- atop colt wit colt Iii colt mate tan Breckin ridge col time d anew plat all plea 1 j Lout t t o FOR c omco over Btormet Drug store I 8 Br IIIC IltInTeli K McRoberts Drpg Sore I ANS ALL THRATAND LUNS TeeULE AIw D aTnPAOT-Oi N lloway 1RZYUMDItID 1 Farm and Stock 0 1 Swlnebrofld sold to J N Dili ny n registered fur 117000 Juno hatched chicks will thrive It protected from hot sunn and given good range where they can secure ten der grass end bugs nnd worms One of tho best things to io n bunch of chicks that dont prow wull tilt ate always peeping even when they have got everything whoso wings grow lull body dont that ever sewn to got smaller Is n pint or quint cf fresh milk night and morning for u few dujr T owned by Senator It L Hubble won a great race at Latou laMindii JIo not only broko the truck record hilt defeated ugood Itch A number of tho Stanford sports cash cd tickets on T M Green Interior Journal An excellent protection against each warn lug with tho following mixture bo turn they ito to pusttire To tare gal Ion of kerosene oil add three ounces of corolla and 5 ounces of oil of tar Stir Ingredients thuro ighly tcforc using Tho general average condition of crops In the United States on Juno 1 based on reports to tho Department of i Agriculture Is announced as approxi mately 4 percent below the conditions I on June 1 of lust year but about 8 per I cent better than two years ago It Is estimated that tho people of New York City consume an average I of three million dozen cgfcs every week Conservatively placing the average price of eggs In that city at 25 cents per dozen wo find that the people of New York City contribute to chicken raisers every week the enormous sum of 75000 Taylor of Blizibethtown sold 1600 head of cattlo to a Chicago packing firm Ho spld 1200 head at 1500 300 Head at 500 13 head at 1550 and 13 head at 1515 The cattle will average slightly over 1200 pounds and are to oo weighed up at the pens at Athertonvllle where they have been fed Tho cattle belonged to Watkins Carthers fc Co This Is the largest cit tie sale of the year and one of tho largest over in Kentucky The salo aggregated somewhere between 8100 000 and 110000 llluo Grass Clipper As hot weather approaches especial cure should o taken to keep things clean Especially chickens which arc kept penned up should have special care and plenty of shade The orchard Is an excellent place for chickens to run Keep plenty otclean fresh wa ter In papa or troughs around the yard and do not feed too much fattening food Molting time will so be and If the hens are In good condition It Is likely that It will be passed safe The Funny Side Athletlelim Extraordinary Why said the Qrstatbletlc boast er every morning before breakfast 1 get a bucket and pull up 00 gallons from the well Thats nothing retorted the other I get a bUilt every morning and pull up the river Ex lie You do think a little of me She Yes very little Old Gent What have you In tho shape of baseballs round ones sir Cornell Widow Qualified The ono thing we from our employes said the head of the ofllco force Is correctness In figures The applicant smoothed her hlpless skirt complacently I have never had any complaint that score she replied with a glance of assurance Stanford Unl veislly Chaparral j j j Only In Part Does an automobile help you to for get your trouble Yes my other troubles Wash ington Star Helping out the Buelneai Tim I hear the undertaker died Sim Yes tho term was falling and he had To help them ontYulo Record SboWlmt do you think if Mabel He Well I think an awfully nlco girl well meaning and all that sort of thing ShcI dont like her either Columbia Jester After Others Fall D 0 ticolt Avon Kysayi I used Bi urban Hog Cholera Remedy after utter remedies hud fulled and It speed sly effected u cure It has cured soy herds In my neighborhood tho loss of a single lipg Sold by J R Mount Co Should Have Looked for Elephant A sailor enters a llveryatoblo to hire a horse for tho day to tako friends Into tho country The proprie tor luau ono brought out for Inspection and begins Thoroa a beauty for you Small bead clean legs short back Short back bo blowodl Wo want ono with a long back Its to carry Worked Wonder Mm U 1 Wiggins Lexington Ky myi gave my fowls Bourbon JouN try Cure when they were sick and It certainly worked wgndors For Sale by J R Mount Co 1 e L cuw M Green file Is to the cuttlo tie I I Watkins ly I 11 11 11 4 11 11 ClerkOnly k lIon 1 11- II i silos oral pine A mil L Joieoy spray her without sow f g Take the Drudgery off of Wife by sending your Milk to the Creamery It Will Pay Blue Grass Creamery or LANCASTER KY I t L Ii h i n Rn n nI R n n f n n n It t ft a H ri M t t R t t t u I U Nt1IAIAIA11t11AfjdllA 1Id iS9t1tIYRlttjtYa YYlp11VI111 YIYIYI l 1- p q t Iu ia 1 tia a l i 1j 7 41 t t a 1 i KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Tho following aro tho dal s tlxcd for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 100t as faros reported Officers of fairs are rtqucstcd to report to us any omis sions or correction of dates LANCASTEU JULY 283 DAYS Lancaster Fair Col Aug 123 days Stanford July days Henderson Julv 27 6 days Georgetown Julv 27 5 days Madlsonvllle August 3 6 days Winchester August 34 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington August Taylorsvlllc August 101 days Uniontown August days Ilarrod burg August 11 3 days Leltchfleld August 17 4 days Barboursvllle August 183 days Urodhcad August days Shepherdsvllle August 183 dupe Ewing August 19 3 days Shelby vlllc August 245 days London August 24 4 days Florence August 25 4 days Frankfort August 31 t davs Hardlnsburg August days Tompklnsvllle September 1 5 days Nero Creek September 1 6 days llirdslown September 1 4 davs HodgHivllle September days Montlcello September 7 4 days Glasgow September 8 4 days KctiMicky State Fair Louisville September 13 0 days Scottsvllle September tO3 days Bedford October 1 2 days Mecca August 6 0 and 7 NASAL OATA1IKII R E MeRobert cells tha Great Rem oily that Curse Karberg Mare Is a very simple yet wholly cere statement of woman who was cured by using Ilyomcl tho no cure no pay remedy for catarrh asthma hay fever croup coughs and colds A bad case of catarrh was cured for mo by the use of Hyomel The trouble affected my head nose and eyes and was very annoying and disagreeable and the cure from the use ot Hyomel was very gratifying Hyomel has from mo a strong recommend and en dorsement MIS E JKarbcrg 213 Klngsley St Ann Arbor Mich 10 1008 Thousands of just such letters are In existence and thousands more would bo but tho desire to avoid pub licity If you havo catarrh bestir yourself and drive It out of your system Kill tho 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 quickly re llovcs all forms of catarrhal Inflamma lion stops snullcs hawking and blow Ins Tho prlco for a complete outllt Including Inhaler Is only 81 00 at R E Jicllobprts MIONACures Indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour orb cures dLi CUBU or back Large box of tub lute CO auto m nil towns LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Juno 10 Caltla Hog sheep Reeelpls 1193 0SH V6t Shipment to 017 am- OATfU Shipper l 7WSfl73 oM Butcher ileer extra 01X9866- llooil to choice ONxaoas- Goinmoutoralril a 753 Sill lielfvrii extra oNKi w flood to chole 6 to a 40 Common to lair a 736 u sow xia I nusttoa- doix to choice 1 10C44 Common to lulr H Caniiuri t SY0I 74 Hull balotna S X4484 gain 3fi4 W 48S BOO OAUVKSi extra U IK T7S Common ami largo 4 47 40 11018 1 good aril hulcher I 7V 00 Mixed Backer 7 MST W Stage i 7X0o W Common to cholc h af y fat ft 730 t 00 t fib skippers T 7K 0 ri IIOIb udle flMOSfltJ- BltKKIi extra 4 X44 0 Good to choice I ISO 4 aa- Coinmuu to fair 30OiJJci 7 Vt u tU 7 00 4WX fll o choice Common to fair Yvitrlliig 9 II II II1 II IW i 213 00 dais 105 183 313 73 Mr sic a Cchhan Boom wlchlllf and Drum Extra V loX J 4 roll bul Cj good S I 41118101Ir IIIIfIf I mmeh i 75 Fair to packers 1 sow Y r I n I00 Jowl 1 June Crop Report Monthly Crop Report Juno 1 OU Bureau of Agriculture Labor and Statistics M C Rankin Commis donor Jas W Rinkln Assistant CommissionerThere a very largo amount of rain tall during the month of May hindering tho farmers greatly In their work Tire condition of wheat has shown a considerate tendency towards Im provement over last month and with weather favorable will make a fair yieldCorn planting has about all been finished except In several sections where the rain fall has been very great A larger acreage will be planted and more attention to this crop will be given than In many yearsMuch rain has been favorable to those that hud their ground prepared for tobacco setting Many say that much ground Is not ready and on ac count of so much rain there Is a large per cent not planted Thero Is also some complaint about plants Icing scarceOats Is looking well and promises to be a larger crop than for the past few yearsAlfalfa Is doing well and making splendid yield but tho weather Is not good for cutting the first crop There Is not rnough sunshine to cure as It should Tno price of alfalfa range from 12 50 to tlO 00 per ton and with such conditions as these wo think tho people will plant unite each year for there Is no doubt that It has more feeding qualities than any other hay grownClover Is looking well and will make a tine crop with favorable weatherThe fur a good fruit crop aro not us good as they were last monthHorses are very high Prices rang ing from 125 to 160 and hard to buy utthatMules aro not as many In number as they wero ut this tuno last year and are very high Prices from 150 to 200 Cattle are not so high Prices ranging from 3c to 4 per pound Sheep are doing very well Prices from 4Jc to Oc per pound Hugs are high Prices ranging from Oj to 80 per pound There Is very little or no complaint of any disease among tnem The prlco of poultry and eggs have been for tho last year and are still higher than over known before at this time of year Price of eggs ranging from 17o to 20c per dozen and hens and chickens from 12o to 25o per pound There are good prospects for a good berry crop Thero In a fulf crop ot blackberry blooms and others lit letup Is looking well Prices good ranging from Co to Ojo per pound Could Not be Better No one has over made a salvo oint ment lotion or balm to conspire with nucklonu Arnica Salvo Its tho ono perfect healer of Cuts Curtis Runts Bruises Sores Scalds Dolls Ulcers Ecz 3inu Silt Rheum Fur Sure Eyes Cold Sores Chapped lands Its su premo Infallible for Piles at R K McRoberts 1m POSTEDhereby give warn IIIK to all persons nut to trenpasa upon any purpose whatever wo will prosecute all odcndora to fullest extent of the law fishermen especially tako notice WB Ferguson Clay Sutton Kd Iortwood U Anderson J J D Navo Arnold W TW orrel John A Sander It L Burton B 0 liolan W B Cook Have Uuddorar Richard lloruornor K K Danloli 11 h Kelley hallow I H Anderson David Toniiison Thoy Owens w R R A A II n A i a boo Only 2lo Tim undersigned our lands fur aft Hunters and P D W J Qlllisple W W Sweeney U 0 U H I gauging proportion blrs Gill Mrs IIUCKHVK Mrs aoir d McQuerrjr of Jcsfflinlno lian been vlnltlnn friends at this place MlMTheiniKUnllev of Richmond lint been tier brother Mr lint ton Gulloy nnd family Mr nail R t Ilurton attended the funeral of their cousin Miss Ntlllo Lonit nl Danville last Wednesday Mcfdnmes Maud Curtis and Nora renter vlmtcd their ulster Mrs L L Banders at Grab O lust week rIte little of Mr and Mrs Luther Mays was burled hero Wed ncsday inornliiit The little ono had booms sick but n tow days when God relieved her of liar suHcrlnK aril took her to teat Death Is always sad hut especially It Is so when lovol are snatched from us without a moments warning Such was the death of llltlo Lucy li Whlttaker ago six years who was drowned on lust Wednesday nuirnltiK In Llttlo Illckman Mrs Whlltakcr was crossing tho stream with Lucy and her little baby brother and It seems the missed tho ford tho water also being very swllt upset tho buck board and on trying to to tho bank she went down about tour times Tho second time she lust hold on tho baby but with tho help of God was able to reach down and lift it from tho bed of rocks Just In tUno to save IU life but on coming up tho angry water swept little Lucy iron her Sho was carried down about a halt mile before her body was caught The remains brought buck and laid to rest In tho Cemetery The heart broken father and moth er have the sympathy of tho entire community No longer can wo set llltlo happily swinging a basket of llowcrx or running on errands for mother hero on earth but we can meet her In Heaven for we know she Is Gods angle now You Never Can Tell Just exactly the cause of your rheuma tism but you know you have It Do you know that Ballard Snow Llnl ment will cure It relieves tho pain reduces the welling and Umbers tho Joints and muscles so that YOU will be as active and well M you over were Prlco 25c 60o and 1100 It E Mc Roberts li BUYANTSV1LLE Mrs Florence Mallard continues 111 Miss Maud Martin hoe been spend Intr several Gays In Danyllle Miss Elizabeth Bryant Is the guest of Mrs J M Smith at Mackvlllo Miss Cyrlnu Dunn of Danville has been visiting Miss Mac Robinson Mr Will Hlgulnbotham of Lcxlng ton was hero lost week on business Mrs W J is In Lexington vUlt Ins her daughter Mrs W T Wojlfolk Messrs Hogan and Bryan Ballard were In Lexington Sunday and Stun day Mrs John Peters of Muckvllle lass been visiting her Mrs Jo pblne Misses Mary Deane and Verna bill chell of Jessamine have been visiting Mrs Charley Deane Mr and Mrs Walker Ournslde of Richmond have been visiting Mr 1 P Patten and family Mr Sam Rose Is at home from Loulsvlllo whore he has been attend Ing tho College of Medicine Mr John li Hills of Rosewell N who has been with relatives here left last week to visit In Madison Mr Logan Burke anti MJss Patti Belie Uurko visited relatives at Paint Lick and Richmond lust week Mrs Perkins and daughter Mrs BraShear of Mlddksboro aro guests 1 Mr II JTomlluson und family Mrs Josephine Boner accompanied her daughter Mrs John Peters of Mockvlllc home for a short stay Mrs J II Durham has returned homo utter a visit to her parents Mr and Sirs II J Aldrldgc In Btanfoid Master Robert Tomllnson of has been spending several with his uncle Mr Henry Tomllnson Miss Mabel Dunn of Noblesvllle Ind Is expected soon for u visit to MM May mo Ballard Several very delightful affairs are belts planned in liar honor Mr and Mrs N D Davis of mine and Mr arid Mrs J U liourno of McCrcary were guests ut Mr Harve Deanes Sunday Miss Anna Leo Wool folk returned to her homo at Lexington Sunday after a visit to her cousin Miss Maymo Italian Sho will return later In tho summer fur u longer stay Trouble Maker Ousted When a sufferer Irma stomach troub le takes Dr Kings Now Life Pills mighty glad to see lilt Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but lies tickled over lilt now tine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because thou auh liver and kidneys now work right 2fio at R K McRoborts 1m NOTIOK- QARRARD CIRCUIT COUNT Zack Simpson Exr o PJITa- vi notice Addle L Sparks o Deft All the jhrceased Lucy are hereby toiinA his In Lancas 1UOU against said Those falling to present their ifalins ut tint time bo J M Rutltwell Muster Commissioner i r r j Mrs daughter one got Lucy 11 Boner 1 Lancaster Arne appear tt nduralgued ullteo ter Kyon t ot J ie und their clan Yen fhl June 13th JU IJoJ82 yA 1 visit lug chard air the tLrean were hickey mother t b duty Jesus lie more 2011 erl e 1 e e a a THOUGHTS ON PfiOFUNDlTV What Is profound thought WhAt Is tho main difference bclworn deep amid shallow thinking Oliver Wendell llohnrm was snltt not to bo a deep thinker Ho wrote pretty good stuff lrof Josiah Royce of Harvard collogo Is generally acknowl edged by those who nro moro or less familiar with his writings to bo n profound thinker lint hiss this hunt Ity of profundity Riven him ns much real InilRiit ni If lilt excellent III crusty talents hail boon concerned with lighter tnatetlnl Appearances are often deceitful Blinkesicnro who mndo a business of being Interesting put nomo mono mental truths Into tho mouths of his clown not ouo of whom Is considered to bo profound If Profundity were called up to tho bar of Truth and tried by Its poors would It tint upon tho evidence bo ml Judged n hypocrite When a parson doesnt renlly under stand what ho IB talking ntiout ho has literary talent enough In nr tango his words BO that they appear to moan something which the anew lightened have not tho wit to pcrcctvo then he II profound arcat artists aro never profound It Is almost ridiculous to think how np parent IB everything they do Their simplicity IB the cause of per potual astonishment Ufa Horrible Society Loader X with n steely stifle In her oyo Aro you tho editor of this Tho Mere Man Yos maam What can I do for you Society Leader In response to n question by your society editor yes tcrday I said that at tho hull times party wo are going to havo I would appear In negligee costume In your paper this morning sir It was printed negligible costume Chicago Tribune intensely Your mistress told me she would be In at this hour said tho caller Is she engaged Tho maid listened a moment to tho sounds that came from the nursery on tho floor above interspersed with loud yells that seemed to come from tho vocal organs of a small toy Very much ui m abu said Chicago Tribune Laughter A llttlo laughter ampoule away rough sputa of A busy day Ifetrolt Free Trent A GOOD DRAWING CARD t t The mini paper whack wbacking Tho Musical lending sopranos volco sounds metallic to mo Operatld Mjtnngcr I know money In It Syracuse Herald Too Much for Her A woman can make up her face Llkewlao her figure youll limit ten to shell not make When to innko up her mind An Upset Jinks I took my nut sleigh rldo yesterday Illlnks I didnt know you had a rig I Sired ono at a livery stable Woro you Indeed 1 was when I learned tho price Now York Weekly Nothing to Be Shocked About Winks I hear society Is shocked because ono of tho four hundred wants to merry a ballet girl Minks Hml Society girls marry old won why shouldnt society youths marry old women If they want toT Now York Weekly Right EhT Niece Uncle they say that there are more marriages ofblondoa than of brunettes Why Is It I wonder Uncle Singleton n confirmed bach olor Huii Naturally tho lighthead od ones go first Changed Old Cursor has boon away for a number of years hasnt I mot him on the street this morning lies ho changed much Oh Immensely He has two now Jokes Cleveland Leader Getting Worse Theres oven moro dishonesty In politics than there used to bo said the pessimist Nowadays 1 flguro that wo dont got moro than 70 per cent of tho votes we pay for Cleveland Leader Nearly is Bad No Im not mottled says Ibo Philosopher of Folly but Im nod tiring to It Im In debt Cleveland Leader Womans Ape Woman IB like tho moon nany phased and In all her phrases tile Dating She Is at her bust at three according to your personal taste If you prefer 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