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The Latul of Now THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Load of Sow TWENTIETH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 18 1910 Fro I f NUEK 50 w r- j e 4i If A Special price on GALVANIZED and POINTED Roofing for the next ten days CONN Lancaster Ky c c i I 0 t g I I BROTHERS Qt ft 3 t EASTER GREETING Get Ready for Easter ITS A PLEASURE to add to our Easter greetirg g cordial invitation to you to come and see the handsomest line of Mens Boys and Childrens readytowear apparel J for Spring that have ever been displayed in Lancaster Easter has become the accepted occasion for the change il from the heavy garments of winter to the lighter and g brighter apparel of Spring This season were sure that jjiJj we are more deserving than ever of your patronage We shall expect you early while the stock is full The cloth sjg ing we sell will be the swellest clothing you will see during I E the Easter fashion U Q poj r J ji Z t Ir WI rr E r Miss Jennie Luckey was on the sick list days this week but we are glad to report she is recuperating Dr and Mrs Marshall K Jenny who lecenily sold their residence have taken rooms with Mr and Mrs D Gulley Let Gaines wiiie your life and fire insurance Only agent in Garrard county that will write you on the en still ment plan The Baptist Aid Society will give a fl jwer sale at Powells store about the middle or A pri The exact date will oe announced later Miss Jane Hopper is convalescent after an attack of grip Her brother Mr John Hopper continues ill of the same prevalent malady Sam Walters who was dangerously ill in Frankfort of typhoid pneumonia has sufficiently recuperated to come home for a visit to his parents Mr arid Mrs John Welter The annual convention o f the Eighth District Christian Endeavor Uijun will be held in the Christian church of Crab Orchard April 23 with the evening session on the 2nd Last Monday was court day at Stan lord and business generally was re ported good mules sold very high bringing from 150 to 225 per head There were about 600 cattle on the market and were all sold Hogs sold at 10 cents Apropos to certain improvements now under considerat bn by the city the cartoon on this page made by the cartoonist for the RECORD is we think very timely It gives us pleas ure to present our readers with this clever bit of pen awl ink work Mrs W E Moss entertained Friday evening at her hospitiable country home in honor of her visitor Miss Jenkins of Virginia The hours were from 8 to 11 A most enjoyable even Lig was spent by the guest and very t3mpting refreshments were served The other day a man happened to stroll into a store where they dont advertise and was looking arouna among the relics of ancient days stored there when he ran across a man who was wanted on a charge of murder and who bad remained safely hidden there for years Dr V II Hobson a prominent tit of Richmond fell out of a secoud story building in Lexington last His skull was fractured and he died at 1130 Tuesday night He was ore of the best dentists in Central Kentucky and had many friends in Lancaster i I I II I I r r I f f r r for several beginning I c dens I Tuesday The Frat for Young Men Perfection for Boys t Swell Line of Ladies Oxfords You will find our prices lower on Cloth ing Shoes Hats and Furnishings Goods than any house in Lancaster Let us show you LANCASTER KENTUCKY t 8iN 4H i4HE g 3i 4 l f 7 0 3 1t r H 1 Logan 0 BRIGHT PROSPECTS r Mayor Logan to walk with a sweet and pretty maid But she wouldnt agree until concrete walks were laid And she even went so for as to say That she hoped to have this pleasure right away wished On Saturday afternoon Mr Robert and James Bourne driving Danville street When their horse frightened and runaway both of them out of the cart Their faces were badly bruised no serious damage was done S M Turner living at McCreary celebrated his birthday by giving a most sumptuous dinner to about 20 or more of his gentleman friends The host entertained in true Kentucky style and the table fairly groaned with eatibles Each guest wished Mr Turner many more such happy occa sions Rev C C Brown began a series of meetings Sunday at the Presbyterian church Brown is a forcible speaker and a most conscientious la borer in the Masters vineyard and and it is hoped this revival will not only own church members but to each congregation in the community All are most invited to these services Major William H Collier one of the best known republican politicians in the state and one of the most popular leaders of the republican party in Gar rard county has been appointed Dis trict Deputy in Collector Ludlow Pet tys office in Louisville Kentucky Major Colliers friends here who so well know his qualification for the position are pleased to learn of his continued Work will begin reconstructing the Stanford pike in a short time with our new machinery The entire outfit has been received and is now on the ccuntv lot This is said to be the latest improved road machinery in use and to a casual appears to be suitable for the workEveryone wishes the new undertak lug succss and there is universal hope that this marks a new road building era for the county The regular term of the Fiscal Court meets on April 5th At time the Court will receive bids and let contracts for working the turn pike for the ensuing year and also will elect a supervisor of roads who holds office for the next two years Since there has been so much expend ed by tile Court for road machinery business demands thata practical man who can and will give his time and to making better the roads be selected The salary is now lOOOOC per year and should demand and for the place an efficient practi cal and experienced business man who understands road building Fir In Lincoln County At 9 oclock Monday night the of Mr James Milder in Lincoln was destroyed by fire It 800 barrels ot corn also two mules one cow which burned There no insurance Corcetian In last issue in the obituary of Mrs A B Brown Sr the name of M A Stevens the only surviving of the first marriage was omitted an oversight Miss Stevens was mother been for number of years connected with Kentucky Scnool for the Deaf at Dan yule Kv Mrs Brown ft also survived by eleY en grandchildren Sal f City Prapsrty Hughes Swinebroad report that they have sold for Mrs Elizabeth Di Ion her house and on Richmond street to Mrs R L Elkio for 1000 Mrs ftf X Denny her house and lot on Stanford street for 82500 to 3 TV Baney Mrs Elkin bought the property as an investment and Mr Raney wilt occupy his pur cbase We hearty toMr Ban y and fci3 family to pup were up became but Rev cordially observer barn county and was child by her andhas a the f throwing bebenificialto his success this attention procure contained Miss devoted to lot For Dillon extends welcome i s Patronize Him Mr Henly V Bastin has purchased a Besseirs new improved power Ice Cream Freezer and in a few weeks will be in a position to supply the town with good ice cream He will also put a man on the road and will ship Ice cream over the mountains Mr Bastin is a hustler and we predict for him success in his new enterprise Will Not Run Hon W J Price announced last Saturday that he would not make the race for Congress in this district this year and gave for his reasons that Jie would not have the time between now and April 30th the day set for the primary to make a thorough canvas of the district Mr Price has many friends in this county who regret to learn that he will not make the race and who be lieve that he would win on April 30th should he announce himself a candi date He is a man of unusual ability and could do much good for our peo pie should he represent them at Wash ingtonAt the Hon Harvey Helm is the only candidate and seems that he has a clear field RELIGIOUS Eder F M Tinder preached a most able discourse Sunday morning on the Importance of Prayer and the Neg lected Observance of Family Wor shipMr Tram Conn celebrated his 88th birthday by giving a sumptuous din ing to a number of his friends at his home near liyattsville All of the guests wished many happy returns for their host Circuit Court Special Judge McRoberti was on the bench Thursday morning of last week and the court moved along in the usual way A number of cases were tried Finn Ltavell colored got 25 00 and ten days In jl for carrying concealed a deadly weapon Agnus Faulkner colored 5000 for selling cocaine Erk Willford 5000 for drawing a deadly weapon on another Thurmond Teater 2000 for religious worship I Alex Miller and Dolly Stanley col ored 20 00 each for adultery Thomas Broaddus 5000 for shoot lug on public highway Robert Pollard 13000 for selling wine without license Judgment was taken against B P Martin as bondsman of Garrard Smith who failed to answer last of the court on indictment for forgery The ease of the commonwealth against Creed Turner was continued to the next term of the court Mark Jennings for the killing of George MeCowan colored at Bryants ville March 4th was indicted for murder and his case set for trial Tuesday March 22nd Sam Broaddus for killing Winburn Cobb colored was indicted for wilful murder and case set for trial Friday March 18th The case against Majors and Brough ton continued until next term of court The larger part of civil business of the court will be taken week The grand jury is working hard and means business Already many in dictments have been returned and prospects are good for many more This is going to be a record grand from all and it already has the applause of the community this kind of a grand lory and commonwealths officers as the HODS Chas A J E to care for them when they get In the Circuit Court the law breakers be out of business I I I I I I Perm upnext I and I misdemeanor disturbing wilful were jury appearances such Hardin Robinson will eoou SEE THE IMPERIAL DOUBLE DISC HARROW WITH FLEXIBLE FRAME Best on the market and can be used as single or double Harrow BROTHERS Give Your Money A Chance By buying your Groceries of me Satisfaction guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery YOUR ACCOUNT IS Please Call and Settle Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing I ii HASELDEN S S SS SlS a I J I I I 7JGI A t I III e I SrtSt S5 5 SkS S S iY S 1 I I i Have your house lighted with Acetylene Lights Just the thing for a farm house For sale by W 3V Romans Lancaster Ky I I I r r fa EDISON GRAPOPHONES Binging from 15 to200 Standard and A mb nl Records 2 and 4 rninu s 35 Iud SOcts TIME OR CASH s f CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR From The Land Of Yow GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr Entered at tke Pot Gfflcr in Lancaster fry at Seconddaft Mail Matter Member Ky Press Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky March 18 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Prc cinct and City Offices 500 Otlices 1000 For State and District Offices 15 00 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce non Harvey Helm a candidate to succeed himself i i Congress subject to the ac Lion of the Deimcratic party There is a general complaint about the high prices of the necessities of life and it seems to us the core of the whole matter lies in several causes combined The growth of population which is simply another name for in creased consumption has over taken production of food supplies in the way of cereals and meats and as the con converging lines of production and consumatiou approaches each other prices minx advance It is simply the law of supply and demand i with to some ex tint by tariff by at tempts more or less successful upon the part of enterpii iug and unscrupulous dealers to control the supply The exports of our grains were 72 per cent less in 1908 than in 1898 If population consumption crease in the as rapidly as they have done the liht few years and pro duct per acre of our farms is not greatly increased by 1915 this country will have ceased tt be a food product exporting nutou and wi bin ten years we will be iinponiig more grain and more meat per annum than we have ever exported in any year of our bk tory Su in that case well may we consider this high cost of living No doubt if any comtrv in the whole world excels the U S in natural fer tility of st il or has a more favorable climate but with our uniii forced methods of seedselection fei tilizi im and cultivation our farm produce an annual yield of less thau 14 bushels of wheat as compared with 32 bushels in England 28 bush Is in Ger many 34 iu N norlands and 20 ii France also Germany with an area ol fiomrtt Ijjf less thansome of our states produce more than seven times the number of potatoes than are produced in all the U F and pc Lathes are a staple food fur the poor man it behooves us as a nation to our soil more scientifically and were t is dune our agricultural pro ducts could be more than doubled Horace Greely said that one acre of productive Ii properly used would be snffi inV for tbe support of one an and five acres would be enough for a family so farmers of today lit it not be your aim to cultivate as many acres as possible but to net as much out of each acre as possible nut forget ting that the cheapest and best is al ways to preserve tbe fertility of your It te conceded fair minded persons that a telephone regulation bill should have been passed ten Tears o yet each legislature has failed to eaact such legislation and the present one has killed the Newcomb measure placing tbe telephones of tbe State under tbe jurisdiction of tbe State Railroad Commission actions are oatragioos fee gibed as nothing more or less fThc people must be at tbe Mercy of t e telephone companies of the State and pay such prices as demand with tribunal to whom they can ap peal or reiif It requires no argu eat to abow that they bonl I tatd all thsiis accessary is for the vot21 s to refuse to elect in the future who will nte er I Association- and o For County iL JO careless ot I cultivate soil byall I andean ItO s 4 e 8 o i r y I sometime future t t J I bush l i n t they I ire awl soty- r MY tn- tw v r5 kt Globe Weniche Sechonal Bookcases Oak or Mahogany- at popular prices in r rfort in the Legislature to give to the commonweal this law to which it is entitled and which should have long since been passed The telephone companies are gaining a temporary by such tcton but in the lung run they may suffer for their own wrong d ing You may mistreat the rights of Vie people for awliili but they will finally arise in tin ir might and the wrong doer be suppressed Su i seems to us that if the telephone companies are wise they would favor reasonable laws for 1 1st and equitable reguJa and es cape the wrath to come Let them beware in time before it it to tat j Wnile representatives in Leg islatures du out usually receive large salaries in some stiles unique crimi nal plans have been practiced to have a supi1 rxient to that legally had The plan has been to introduce hostile to corporations and squeeze money out of them by three of encatmaut of such laws as will be I iinlpcc paid to suppress the proposed stun When the corporation has the required terms the bill forsome causes never comes on for passage The re presentative frtquentlv thinks he can deceive his constituents relative usefullness by the important islatiun he has introduced Such was the conduct of Representative Allds of N Y who is now being prosecuted and for which he is almost proven guilty Legislatures of other states are in the same box It is to be huh ed that this shockingly criminal will not be learned at Frankfurt If possibi iy of such should be circu lated ambition to become a member of the Kentucky legislature might popultr As a man tlutiketb in bis heart so is he i an aphorism as true as the eternal bills and as deep as the vale that stretches between The life is but an exponent of the in ner man and bis daily walks reveal the hidden secrets of the soul for By their fruit ye shall know them Life is always true to nature A heart full of love can oily sow the seeds of kindness for whether the thoughts are spontaneous premed itated they spring from the same source aid can only produce what in the soul and even the very coun tenance itself reveal what lies be hind it So then right thinking produces right living and iu order to think right one must study to make himself familiar with the right and let it pig and the living will follow as does the field of grain after the sowing The education of a child begins be fore it is fairly launched out on its school life and the foundation of its future wel or woe is more often laid in the home and by the parents that in the school and by the teachers The discipline of the first six or years of life the moral and relig ious training some itnes and stamp themselves indelibly on the character Then if nature and envir onment are favorable to the start in life as should be the rightful heritage of all and the school and home work in harmony and each supplement the other the physical mural and mental qualities wi 1 be i leafy developed and a useful citizen will be the result The Todd county Times has the fo lowing very suggestive statement to make concerning such members of the legislature as have been misrepresent ing their constituents The man who votes to put a bill where it cant possibly come to a vote and then attempts to explain his act ion by sayjng he will vote fur the ure when it Is actually up for passage evidently looks upon his constituents as a tribe of thick skulled BitentotF Dan illeDfCUngCi- s the place o have ladies and Gen t emensXlothes Cleaned mdPressed Hats Cheap priceMmd work guaranteed Danville Phone 281 or serti it by Jim our Lancaster Aitent j I I I I advantage ins State I I frEquently good fur tile public isla I 1 practice become outward I ur l exists ter into and a part of his seven ort mes Hatcher r jl j I s legislation leg this l err become be men B k o 5 leather Rockers 500 to 15 Upholstered in either Genuine or Chase Leather Did You Kuow That the crossing in front of tIe Christian church has been raised about five coolie and that our thji ks are due the street committee That Mr G S Greenleaf is the right man in the right 1 That work with the road ma chines will beja i about the first of April That every land owner along the turnpikes should contribute a few rock That they are figuring on using about 50 rods t the mile That if they do our public highways j will be like boulevards That more sheep have been killed by worthless dogs already this year than was ever known That the valuaion of these sheep is far in excess of the money to be de rived from the dog tax That the sneiiff is not hsduty if he fails to kill the that are out listed That i i and you ate sub j to if you fail to list your ji some people say was a mis take to remove the two arc lights from the park That there is relic of removing the one from tie depot That something we are all interest ed in comes up before the City coun cil next meeting ni ht That the new bow ling alley is completed and will be the best in the State That some people say that quite a deal of gambling is going on not a stones tirow from the park That Brother Brown i giving us some tine sermons every night at the Presbyterian church That his audience Sunday night was a very large That every farmer that hasent a tobacco barn will build one this year That a loose leaf house win be io op eration this tall on the distillery prop ertyThat will be a great help to the farmers of this county That they should show their appre ciatiou by patronizing it That Lancaster will have the fair this year in the history of the Association Wanted Eggs Eggs If you want eggs give your fowls Bourbon Egg Producer This prepay tioti is a natural condition powder for laying hens which acts gently on the digestive and gproducing organs and makes them lay amazingly Try I it and see Sold by J R Mount Co ARKSBUltF v Miss Nora OHearn has returned from a two mouths stay with relatives io Mason county Jno Royston bought a horse from Ed Perkins price 130 Mr and Mrs M F Rout of Payette county was with their son Mr Bob tout who was quite sick for a few days last week Mr Lawrence Bruner of Louisville after an indetinite visit to his sister wi 1 go to North Dakota to live Mr Too Simpson and daughter Miss Eizibeth in Stanford Minday viiiting relative Tom Chestnut sold u horse for 160 Mss Patti Belle Burke who has been tick is able to resume her htudies againMiss Margaret Arnold who has had operation performed on her nose catarrh is getting along nicely Annie T Cecil of Danville is spending several weeks with grandmother Mrs Fani ie Pollard Mr Robert in Danville the guest of his grandmother Mrs Saphrcnia Fox Mr Elmer Hunt of Clinton county is visiting Mr Perry Toggle Christian of Pleasant Grove church ail hold an open see sion next Sunday afternoon at 230 and interesting programme and spe has been prepared invited Mr and Mrs Dickerson have been quite sick v Mr and Mrs Ravmbnd Haselden gue tt of Mr sad J lice I 1 I I I I I I dt fug dins a peDl1tv I t a tine i Chat it I I I almost it bus t Ian claIm 1 or LaD er Ald dieS Y r I new one were her Fox was CrecentlY The Endeavor Everybody Pta were MrfrM G E tT The Standard Line of SEWINfi MACHINES Stindarcl Paragon Nor and Favorite from 1500 to 6500 Worlds Best IWo rd NOTICE BIDS WANTEDB- ids will be received by Fiscal Court of Uarrard county for repairing the following TURNPIKE ROADS IN GAR RARU COUNTY KY for the year ending December 31st 1010 Quarries will be furnished by the cuuuty Oil sections where county owns quarries where none is owned bycouu iv contractor must furnish same Said metal shall be broken sufficiently i fine to pass through a two inch ring at its greatest diameter Said metal shall by contractor between October 15th and December 3Lst 1910 unless otherwise oidered by liar log charge of work and measuring and spreading of said metal sha l be under supervi iin of supervisor or deputy supervisor yf air trio for which the work is done Said turnpike roads are laid off as follows towil District No 1 Sec No 3 Sugar creek pike entire pike with rock Sec No 4 Buckeye pike from Lancaster to Mc Creary with rock Sec No 5 Crab Orchard pike from Lancaster to O B Perkirss printr with ruck Sec No 6 OH D mville pike from double toll io t t Dix River with gravel Sec No 7 New D mville pike from 1 gate to Dix River with gravel District No 2 Section No 3 Bry antsville and Sugar Creek like entire pike with ruck Sec No 4 Bryants ville and Cane Run pike entire pike with rock Sec No 5 Buena Vista Kentucky River pike entire pike rock Sec From C dexters shop to I 31 Dunns gate with rock District No 3 Sec Nt 1 Buckeye pike from McCreary to Buckeye post otlice with rock Sec No 2 Buckeye pi ke f ro m Buckeye post office to St Us store with rock Sec No 3 From I StJtts store to Kentucky river with rock Sec No 4 Poor Rilge pike from Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill scho 1 bouse wi b rock Sec No 5 Pior Ridge pike from Pleasant Hi I j school house to Stous Fork church with rock No 6 Poor ridge pike from Stotts Fork church to Kentucky river with Sec No 7 Kirksville pike from Hvattsville to top of West Hill Eist of R Wests residence rock Sec No 8 from top of West hilt to Madison line with gravel j District No 4 Sac No 1 Richmond pike from Lancaster to Goudlues gate j with rock Sec No 2 From Good loes Walkers gate with rock Sec No 3 From El Walkers gate to Midison county line will gravel Sec No 5 Crab Orchard pike from O B Perk spring t county line wits rock Set No 6 Fall Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike to gate with rock Sec No 7 From Elmores gate to end of with gravel The I will be on Sections but bidder not be restricted to one section Said bids shall be sealed and a bond wil be r for double amount of the bid and said bond shall be approved by Fiscal Court and said bidder will present wi h his bid the name of his proposed surety or The g shall be per rrd of 225 cubic feet The amount of met al to be used on each w il be determined court after are received A 1 bids must be filed with Cnuntv Tudtfi on or before Tuesday April 5 h 1910 The Fiscal Court rr the tight to reject any and all bidsPrivate bids will also be received be tween now and Apil 5b for the breaking and dumping of rock on the following sec ions District No 1 See 1 pjko from Lancaster to county line with rock Sec No 2 Lexington pike from I j i I I I I t be spread I Supers breaking land 6 p in j l I SC with got t Ed e will qui red th t he sureties section hv the hide Sta ford I I i ior the doublet No t Emotes pia bid i serous t e i Go Carts In Medium and High Price the famous E R Wagner Folding GoCart Wecarry Lancaster to Fork church with rock District No 2 Sec No 1 Lexinu ton pike from Fork church to Dix River and C M Jenkins resident with rock sec No 2 I xi t tn pike from C M Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with rock W G GOOCP Supervisor of Roads Cr A T SCOTT AuctioneerBuena 7 Years Experienceand 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction r guaranteed Write me for dates Will be in Lancaster every county court day to serve you Phone No 19R BurgH Exchange PAINT LICK Miss Christine Metcaif is at after several months visit to her at McKinney Mr and Mrs W S Fish and of Stanford were the guests of re latives here last week Misses Ethyl and Sallie Woods have returned to Madison Institute after spending Saturday and Sunday with their parents Mrs Mison Pullins Is improving af ter a severe spell of grip Mr Coylj of Canada is the guest of Lis sister Mrs Jas Champ Mr and Mrs W G Kemper are in Cincinnati and Louisville on a busi ness trip and also the guest of rely lives Mr R N Beazey has purch him a handsome two seated Mrs Walter Hammack had for her visitors last Saturday Mr and tits TV F Champ and children of Lancai ter Mr M iv of Berea Hill begin his foundation this week for a concele stjre room Miss Mary Ballard is spending sev eral days with Miss Nannie Campbell Rice Woods of Russell Springs has been his father Mr E L Woods Curious Method of Churning Lady Brassey in her Voyage of the Sunbeam describes a curious method of making butter On the I South American pampas she says the milk is put into a goatskin bottle which is tied by long rope to the saddle of the farmer who gallops his horse until the jolting on the ground has churned the milk effectively Fortunate Man Was Wise Willy You see it was this way They were all three so dead in love with her and all so eligible that to settle the matter she agreed to marry the one who could guess the nearest dont know I know that she married the one who guessed the low i I for Garrrrd I I brother I I I automobile I I r f I r a I I I Ito her age ArthurAnd did she WillyI r estLife J I lion children sea visiting f e Davenportsi Leather Chase Leather and Velour in Oak or Mahogany A large line to select from I f Good Furniture U Good CarpetsF G H R TI The Russell Hat Shop DANVILLE KENTUCKY SPRING OPENING SaturdayMarch 26 Exclusive and Thoroughly Creations in Milliiiery YOU ARE CORDIALLY d d Q mJw Wtf bJ W n rQ Q L Y- 0 c j l iT i DJ J w 0 0C Distinctive INVITED B ti IF ANY ONE KNOWS Good Flour THE Women and one good reason that we are so proud of Glen Lilly Flour is because they allsay it is the best WHITE HOUSE FLOUR is next When you say Flour to the grocer say Glen L Iy hell understand and if your grocer has no Glen Lily or WhiteHouse Flour tell us ve will tell you the ones that have JARRARD MILLING CO LANCASTER KY 1llllllllllllllltlllltlllIIIIII i Ii IT IS i I i I i t i i11 i t IIIIllllllltlllltIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 1 f t z t first L Woods President W C Fish Vice President Kemper Cashier O I Teirill Asst Cashier I OFFICEI- SI G I I I i 1v PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KENTUCKY Capital Stock 1600000 Deposits 10000000 Surplus and Uundivided Profits 1100000 Your Bunking no matter how Large no matter how small The Peoples Bank will give it careful attention This message applies to men and woven alike Come in and see us we are always glad to see ycu The safest and most convenient way to do your business is through a bank With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with years of the Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky stand ready to serve you Peoples Bank Lick Ky I I II experience II Paint ll Boggles Road Wagons AND BUGGY HARNESS Syracuse Plows Cutting and Drag Harrows L SC Lick A BEAZLEY Paint K- yi UNDERTAKER wu CaitJ 011 nDQvme Screc r err DIRECTORS Marion Coy L Arnold Voods Burrows VcrVjim E L Woods W C Fish I IR J I G Gyu J I B fULL tlllCASIITSAn 8ltlg e saIS snt or Easter Flowers Easter Flowers EASTER comes early March 27th and I would be pleased to take your order now for Flowers Growing Plants Palms As representative of one of the largest growers of Cut Flowers and Plants in the South Is can guarantee perfect satisfaction PRICES REASONABLE Early ordering advised 4 i Co r 0 1Rfllt IRIIIt IIalRaa 1RillEtIIItDitltit aaaIRaRlItlRili Lit rlill1 II I II 11 t It I II II i Ferns i II II- g S i I Q and Business Phone 39 Residence 2 12 II M rJ taRafeaRaRaRaRaRRR Obituary David Thompson who died at his home near Lanca tr on February 25 1HO was in many respect a man and possessed many lent traits of character He was born in Rockcasle county November 2 1844 On Dec 22 1865 he was uiii d tj Miss Caroline Snodgrass four children bring burn lo this union two of whom survive R E of Crab and J Wilkes Booth of this Ctuiity five grand children also sur vivinglie t Garrard county in 1882 wife ri d August His giear grandfather was one of the first settlers of Kentucky coming with Hoone in 1774 his grandfather David Warren btion the first male white chi d burn in the territory now Kentucky his birth uccuriug at old fort Boonsbiro in 1775 his death occurirtr in 1880 at the age of 105 years Joseph Warren a leader in the Battle of Bunker Hill was great great uncle Thus deceas ed had the dist faction of being a direct descendant ances try and his finnn ssof character and allegiance to what be conceived to be right in public or privati life proved him UK uf this distinction lie abbojred ami detested corrupt practice or sharp methods in every walk or Condition otlife was very attractive Ciiurteouij and possessed of strung mental He was true to his convictions and had the courage to assert advocate and defend them By honesty industry and consist nt business methods he had accumulated considerable property and it would part of wisdom to emulate hi dil ijicnce and frugality in all temporal a Hairs A Friend Saved A Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreeble to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than facing it from what doctors said was I contracted a stubborn cold lie writes developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all dies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Theo I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which com petely cured mp 1 now weigh 178 pounds For Coughs Colds La Grip Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Cough and lung trouble its supreme 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by B E Mc Roberts lin STONE Mr Tom Henry bought horse from Elmer East for 110 Mr Lige MiMillion bought twelve shoals frum E Osborne at 9c per lb Finley Leavel bought from Charley Boatwii bt a nice horse fur 105 Mr Tom Hicks sold a farm of 90 acres to Mr Tom McMillion for 4000 A T and J I Sanders bought a track of laud from Tom Hicks for 85000 Mrs Florence Sullivan returned to her home in Denver Col last week after spending several weeks with her mother Mrs Airy Simpson Miss Lillian Mitchell of Nicbqlas viile is the guest of her sister Mrs Norman Grow Mr and Mrs John Roberts and daughter Bulab of Lock No 8 vjii ed relatives at Stone and Judson the latter part of last week Miss Flora Lee Willey is the week end guest of Miss Nedie Reynolds of Madison 3Ir and Mrs James Sanders of Loyd spent last Saturday with Mrs Mary A Sanders Miss Lula B Crutchfield of Stone bas accepted a position at the Bastin telephone company of Lancaster Mrs Bob Long and children of Stone were the guest of her mother Mrs B Ray 4 f Buckeye Mrs Walter Fayne visited her sls ter Charley Hamm of Hyatts ville part of last week Rev WF Matt of Lexington will fi 1 his regular appointment at Scotts Fork Sunday Mr and Mrs Lewis Murphy and lit tli daughter visited relatives in Sten ford Sunday and Monday Mrs nonce Long and family of JLoyd spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs CS Sanders V TI aol O chard lei 21901 t a b Perso le beth t Whoop 1 Mrs 1 4 remarks excels ether t comprising advanced from r volutionary woitliy affable power I consumption list rem 1 rl ii i N k 1 5 x t i J- N a Logan R Smith Agent l Ui lIi aEtlE t1E iIE aEtIE tUi A good housewife never opens tIle condensed milk can with her IIUF bands razir nor will a loving husband curry the horse with the nutmeg grater A Kentucky editor was asked do hogs pay He replied a good many do nut they take the paper several years and tben have the postmaster send ir back marked refused or gone wes The man or woman who has enough to keep np with every little whimsical piece of gossip about their neighbors about their town about and everybody such a man or such awoman should enjoy our Christian sympathy Thpyj are usually no good and perfectly harmless ytt their deplorable of mind should elicit our kindly feeling j Mr and Mrs W M Whittaker are spending a few days in Lexington Miss Vla Vernell Ray was the guest of Misses Lydia and Ethyl Simp SundayMr John Sparks Mr and Mrs Melton Estes visited their sister Mrs Jim Simpson Sunday Mr Adkson and daughter visited Mrs Mitch Layne Sunday Mr John Hicks wife and children spent Sunday with her mother Mrs S der Mr Henry Ray bought a nice horse price 195 Last Tuesday Mr Lem Ivens cele brated lti 91 birthday Quite a num ber was there and he received a ber of Little Helm Ray spent Sunday with the little Hurt girls Save Your Hogs How can you afford to take against the ravages of diseases which are liable to wipe out your entire herd of hogs at any time Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy prevents disease and makes hogs grow and fatten very rap idly Sold by J R Mount Co GILES Sowing tobacco beds is the order of the day Mr Tom Floyd recently bought some corn from Talt May for 3 50 per barrelMrs Robert Long and children her parents 2J and Mrs B Ray last week Mr Raymond Davis recently sold a nice young horse to Forest Stapp price unknown Mr Wylie Burton has been number ed with the sick It is reported that a certain young lady in this vicinity is the recipient of one thousand and four hundred post cards in the last three years Some body has been busy We are glad to report that Mr George Raney who has been very sick is improving Miss Blanche Stott is expecting as her guest Miss Beatrice Stotts of Little Hickman Sunday School here will open up ii a short time Every boy and girl i earnestly and cordially invited tj eilist in this nolle institution where tile foundation of genteel and noble character is formulated and where we learn of one of the wonderful and sulllme Heroes that ever trod the face of the earth Come out you old and gray headed fathers and mothers and give a willing and helping hand to push on the chariot of Christian education and societies redeeming element We are glad to report that Mrs B Ray who has been sick is Miss Pearl Teater visited relatives in Madison last week Race Suclda is not nearly the menace to increase in population that deaths among in fants are Eight out of ten of these deaths are directly or in directly by bowel troubles Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysentary stomach and all infant ailments of this nature Just the hing for teeth lug babies Price 25c and 50c per hot le Sold by B E McRoberts 1m I tme an body I I Loyd num usefulpresents A ness and chances- I w revisiting The used McGees N c anvthl rig condition S must very Improving sour r T Want a cook Want a clerk Want a partner Want a situation Want a servant girl Want to sell a piano Want to sell Hovers Want t sell a carriage Want to sell town property Want to sell your groceries Want to sell your dry goods Want to sell your hardware Want tj sell your millinery goods Watt customers for any thing Advertise weekly through this paper Advertising is the highway to success Advertising brings new customers Advertising keeps the old ones Advert will Insure succes Advertising shows energy Advertising shows pluck r Advertising is blz Advertise or bust Advertise long Advertse well ADVERTISEAt Alarming The Bride A clergyman noticing the simple ap pearance of the couple he had just married decided to give them a few words of advice He explained to the young man his a husband and then told the young lady how she should conduct herself winding with the old injunc tion that slue must look to her husband for even thing and forsaking father and mother fclow him wherever be wentThe bride appeared very much troubled at this and faltered out Must I follow him every place he goes Yes said the clergyman iyou must follow him everywhere until death doth vou part Gracious cried the girl If I had known that before I would never have married a Moments Undertakers Worried The dignity of a physician and has been sadly ruffled by the strange bequest of Mrs Sarah Slaugh ter de Lorme who died in Berkeley Cal leaving her neighbors that her two pet spitz dogs be chloroformed and cremated with her and their ashes be mixed with those of herself and her nephew upon his death and strewn on the hillside An Awful Eruption of a volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions will be as short if you use Bucklens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the the worst Dolls ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Best for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and Piles It gives instant relief 25c at McRoberts 1m BUENA VISTA Mrs John Poor visited her daugh ter Mrs Ed Ballard near Stanford last week She was accompanied home by her daughter Miss Ora Miss Nannie Leathers of Faulconer who has been with her sister Mrs Duncan bas returned to her home Mrs Hugh Christopher began the spring term of school here Monday Miss Jennie Skinner accompanied by Miss Tomlinson ef Bryantsville vi ited Mrs James Robinson near Baron and Mrs Spilman Harrods burg this week Tobacco growers have taken of the pretty weather and prepar ed their tobacco beds More farmers than ever before are preparing to the weed Mr William Christopher who has been very ill is now much improved Mrs Will Scott has been at the bedside of her mother Mrs Proctor of MercerThe of Mr Weeks was well and everything brought a good puree Mr Weeks having sold bis farm to Mr Corrington of Jessamine for 5000 left last week for Florida to look out a location The East Tennessee Co operating in Jessamine is its line tbi county Some phones have already been enstailed and sev eral more will be put in Mrs Celia Armstrong has returned to her home in Louisville after a weeks stay with hersister Mrs Ison 4 dui iesas postmanSpare undertaker instructions extending IF YOU ing advantage cultivate attended into soon L T 1 1 f l ARM HORSE IS NEGLECTED Animal Should Be Groomed Often to Stimulate Respiratory System and Increase Its Vigor W R GILBERT Some farmers think it a waste of time to groom work horses in order to make them look sleek and shiny and would rather leave them In their natural state It should be remembered that in the domestic horse more is demanded than is the wild animal and conse quently he requires a little more fos tering to supply the wear of this ex tra demand And grooming does not mean mere ly cultivating a sleeky appearance although I do not mean to deprecate BY Prize Winning Draft Mare the virtue of those who take a pride in keeping their horses in fine coat and condition It means a stimulating of the res piratory system and consequently in creased vigor to the health of the horseSecretions are continually going on in the glands of the skin which are given off in the form of perspiration and this secretive action increases more rapidly the better the animal is fed or the harder he is worked so that by perspiring freely nature comes to the assistance in preventing the pores of the skin being choked But the fatty fluid which comes from the glands in the form of sweat Is apt to consolidate again at the roots of the hair and form a covering of dandruff which clogs the circulat ing station through the pores of the skinWhen a horse is doing no work and grazing in the open this is of no harm as it helps to keep out the cold and consequently grooming is not needed but on the other hand the working animal requires to be kept in better vigor and besides the labor and more nitrogenous food usually given in duces more excessive perspiration When he comes into the stable eith er wet or perspiring he should be well rubbed down at once with a handful of straw or hay and get a good feed After he is dry a thorough groom ing will well repay the labor and in those districts where the care of the horse is a feature of the farm I have often heard It said that a good twice a day was worth a feed of oats PROVIDING SHELTER FOR HOGS Illustration Shows Form of Straw Pile for Swine That Is Proving Satisfactory for Many In some respects there Is no better way of sheltering hogs in real cold weather than to give them the of the straw pile Of course this plan is open to very serious objections if accommodations are not To merely turn a large drove of hogs against an average sized straw pile without making proper pro Visions for their comfort is to make easy and death by or injury probable Without the expenditure of much money or labor good shelters may be made in straw I I rUn provided grooming suitable piling suffocation StrawPile Shelter piles The accompanying illustration will give the reader an idea ol one very type of a strawpile hog pen Two or three forked posts are set securely IB the ground and in the forks of these a strong rail is to support the slanting timbers which rest upon the ground The rails are held securely in place by straw which Is piled or stacked about and above them To prevent all shifting of the rails they may be dug into the ground This form of shelter Is pray lag satisfactory many corn belt feeders UB8CRIBK FOR TOE CINTRAITRXCOD common the 7 placed whiff r Theory of Evolution The missing link is a term used In zoology to denote a hypothetical form of life assumed to have existed between two related types more I a term applied to some indi j vidual intermediate in development between the ape and man and forming lution however does not teach that man is descended from the ape but simply that both these types have evolved from some more primitive form which is regarded as their com mon ancestor Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Laura E Dunn and Others Plffs Ike S Dunn and Others Defts Under and by virtue of a judgment- of the Uarrard Circuit Court rendered- at ular March 1910 Term in the above tyled I as Master Com missioner of said court ia said case will on Monday March 28th 1910 be tween 10 oclock a m and 2 ocldck p m it being the regular county court day of said county for said month sell to the highest and best bidder at the court house door in Lancaster Gar rard county Kentucky the following real estate located and being in Gar rard county Kentucky on the Mt He bron or and Sugar Creek two separate tracts as follows First tract Beginningata point in the middle of the Bryantivile and Sugar Creek turnpike corner to Mc Graths heirs thence the pike and with their line S 5 E 5512 chains to a stake on the east bank of a branch corner to same and in line to thence S 86 E 5 75 chains to a stake a teech snag N H W 262 chains Lem and cros sing branch at 1680 in all 1775 chains to a fence post at north edge of draw bars corner to said Teatrthence with f lines N 62 W 6 08 chains to a fence post 10 feet N E of a sycamore N 72 W 2chains N 84f W 97 links to a marked black walnut S 89 W 284 chains to a blank locust S 69 W 1 94 chains N 43 W 69 links to a double cedar N Hi W 412 chains to a wild cherry N 9i W 233 chains to a hi ck locust N 7i W 8 82 N 81 1 W 250 chains to a point 5 feet west of a marked black locust W fore and aft a black locust at 1683 chains in all 17 08 chains to a point in the before mentioned turnpike a new corner tbence with the middle of nitre S 89i W 1040 chains to the beginning containing 84 572 acres j j Sugar Creek turnpike corner tot first thence new division line tsamp leaving pike and with fence SiE passing fore and aft a black locust at 25 iu all 17 08 chains to a point 5 feet a marked 1 lick E 250 chains S 7 E 882 chains to a black locust S 9 E 2 33 chains to a wild cherry S 11 E 4 12 chains to a double cedar S 43 E 69 links N 69i E 194 chains to a black locust N 89 E 284 rhainfe to a marked black 84t a north edge of draw bars thence N 4 E passing corner of the 60 and 1024 acres tracts purchased by Dunn from Jenkins at 1411 chains in all 1 1779 chains to of said 10 24 acre tract with the acre tract pur chased by Dunn from Jenkins thence with line of said acre tract N W chains another corner thencp still wlth line of said 1259 acre tract N 4 E 1458 chains to the middle of the aforesaid pike thence with middle of riik and the meanders thereof N 75 W 1182 chains to the beorinnlner containing 40 39 acres Both traot containing in the one boundary 124962 acres Said sale is for thepurDOse of investing under t hft further orders and judgments of this court the proceeds of this sale in ntrnr lands in the same way and with the same limitations and reservations as the land now to he sold is held and owned by the parties to i this action TERMS Salt sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months one half of the purchase monev being due in six months from day of sale and the other half being due in twelve months from day of sale and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with good security to the Master Commissioner for the bearing six per cent interest per annum from date of sale till paid upon which ex ecutlon may issue if not paid at ma turity having force and ef of a judgment A lien will also be retained uponthe land sold for the payment of the purchase money and interest aforesaid The purchaser harf the privilege of paying off said beam before maturity by paying the pried pal of said bonds and the interest thereon from day of sale to the Said two tracts will be sold in one boundary or body but by thee sere W I WILLIAMS Master Garrard Circuit Court G B Swinebroftd Attj for Pit I I a bond of union between them Evo I v its act ion I boundarybut l living ne tr poplarNTeater at chains chains l ven chains N t I f pointinanew i t west of locustS 81t L S 72iE I acre corn 12 59 1259 84 913 to thesame CommissIoner I I essentially 1210 gassing tract walnut- S 971 inks 2chainato sycamoreS made i purchase money maturity i r J- wa 1 X 0 aJ CUJ OJ Q 0te Q Sib ci 0 NL 4Cl LancasterKentucky II IIt IE THE Notional Bank Of Lancaster Surplus S20OQQ A R Hesident J E STORMES Vice S C DEXSr Caskier J F Robinson Asst Cashr- R T Embry Bookkeeper DIKECTOKS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Storm S C Denny J L Gill WI Williams Capital 50000 DES Prest CD CI- JtD 0 cCD Q N oI 3CD r U- IC T J J WAIiKEK President J S Joirssoir Vice PrestL ORGANIZED 188j TIe OTZENS NATIONAL BANK I Of LANCASTER KY x CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 1 B F HUDSON Cashier P W O RieNEY Assfc taster WALKKK a J WALKER Jit Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attentfon DIRECTORS BF Hudson JJAlex Gibbs Lewis L Walker WHY NOT HAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW illlLIY HSILDIJi Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone WAGONS We have just received a car load of ColumbusWagons in various sizes and at prices to in terest you PLOWSWe have a large assortment of Vulcan Plows and all kinds of Farming Implements Wire Peace American Field Fence no better made at higher price See itbefore buying Bring us your Produce Becker Ballard Go Bryantsville Ky CD Bookkeeper- J I J S Johnson Walker T Arnold Arnold Ifilil I sr SleiI IJ I a i I Im I I 1 I1 Jc i c 1 i M CA d p A B I 1 a4O 1LT Ii t t E t t j t t v I pvighl Hart Schaffner YOU wont be satisfied with ycur clothes until youve been in to see the new suits we have receivedfrom Hart Schaffner Marx of all arod clothes makers And wont be satisfied until we have a chance lo show them to you We cant bring them to y u show inconvenient for both of us guess youJl have to c me here and see them it weuld be too bad to have even two unsatisfied people in town These clothes are ailwool and perfectly made New grays in many shades new blues plain and in pattern weaves new stunning SUITS 180O to 3OOO i This store is the home of Hart ScLaftrer i JAS W SMITH Field Seed We are making a specialty of Feid Seeds this sea son and have in stock the best grades of Clover Timothy and Seed i A cir load of strictly nice recleaned NORTHERN WHITE SEED OATS j also Lave OBELISK and GOLD MEDAL FLOUR in barrels and half barrels This flour cannot be excelled and a trial order will convince you I Coal Salt and Feed BANKS HUDSON The Coming Harrow i W i i tgreatest we i iI J i I 1 2Q ti flfl 1i tl IIIIdU nFtWInA IMIi 1 W tt I Blue tlrass I Ve I 1 Ui1 Ii IDIi If jgJ friJ liI g tux O OO 0 I to- O O menUx liars0 r t i wuvvlwuwvmPwtn Clarks Cutaway LrroW I Clarks Cutawy Harrow iI I PSTO T I C E- We h ive reliable information that a large percent age of last years Corn Crop was damaged by the severe cold weather early in the winter and therefore suggest to all Corn Growers the advisability of testing a few kernels from ear of Seed Corn to make sure that it will ger minate thus avoiding the possibility of a Short Stand of J R Mount Son Co Hardware Implements Grass Seeds j I f II each 1Corn i J i I I j s rr OFFICIAL CALL For By the Democratic District Com mittee For The Eighth Con gressional District of Ky I A primary election is hereby cal ed to be held i i the several regular places or precincts in each of the cum ties ig the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky between the hours of 6 a ai d 4 p m on Saturday of April 1910 for of nominating a OdinticnUiccuididate fur Couirres in said t i be voted for at the regular Noveiubetelection 1910 2 The right to vote at I primary eln tion sha 1 he limited and rfstrict ed to those wbi aflilJate n good witi i he D m ei tc pnry and er pledge themselves support nominee ol sail election and who pos sess the qualifications prescribed by law 3 An assessment of three thousand dollars 3000 is hereby fixed for thp purpose of defraying the expences of piinary election t i he pad b the tfididiit s and any to bicnnie a cinr id t shall nor later than the 15 h day of Apr 1 1910 ive written notice to 1 Norton Kjtii Chairman of this Sfi I Demo cratic diitrici committee and pay to said chairman of said cistrict comnu tee ix t later than said dates fifteen hundred dtliars 1500 in cash tc cover Mi portion of the expense ol lidding primary election however that if more than two persons sha 1 qualify as candidates bv complying wMi the foregoing ions of i n the chti man shah at once return to each said candi he sum he has paid in excess of his proposton o the sii I three thousand attars In the event the assessment herein for is i isnfficie t to defray the expense election the dfhii sha 1 be paid by the sue cessful candidate 4 Said distit Committee shal meet i t the county court room of tin Court House at Ker tacky on Munday the 18 h arty of April 1910 at 2 oclock standard time tnd if it then appear that only on candidate shfli have complied with the requirements of sect three be fore the exiirathm of lime there in provided then no primary shall be aDd and the District Oonimi tee reupcii rest ice intoa conven t and wilt declare to he the nom the oflled sought that person ho is tIle only candidate and sh 1 refund to such candidate the entraic fee poi 1 by him less the cost for advertising and otherwise prepar intr for said elec ion 5 The Pulls shall he opened in each and every precinct of all the counties in said Conyrssional district in the usual and ret 1ir voting G Upon the closing of the p 1s the officers shall proceed to com t the ba lots aul to nuke returns and in s doing hall be governed by the provih of the general election law and the returns shall be made to the ch i man of the respective counties in who will deliver tlC ah books and qlesi iined baiiofs and fit certificates to this committee 7 No candidate in aid primary shall be allowed to select as a device the device of the Democratic party And the order in which the names of the candidates shall appear n the ballot shall he dslern red by lit in the manner decided upon by the sub committee her i tnt r provided for 8 The offieeis of the election shall selected from lists offered by the candidates in accordance with the pn vii ins of the primary law by the sutcoumii tee hereinafter prc vided for 9 Etch candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notice to the ch irmaii of each county com m itIt e in the c not less than five days Pure the 30th day of April 3910 the name of uue person for each voiin precinct in each county to act as challenger and inspector fur sit id at said primary election 10 On the third day after the n burns shall have been made to the of each county of thi dis trio the committee shal meet at Nichi at 2 oclock r m and canvas the v and issue the of iiomi ation as required by law 11 The subcommit tee hereinafter provided for is directed to employ the County Court Clerks lo copy from tIlt regular reyistrjiton books made in Datnile Harrodsburg Nieliolasville Richmond Lawrencehutg rod Shelby vine in 1909 the names of all and the persons so euiplojod shall return the chai manceri ified as n quired by law who shall cause them delivered t the officers of election 12 The chairman of this w 11 cause copies hereof certified by himself and the secretary of the committee to be posted at the court noose door in each county seat of the counties composing the said district and ia twenty other conspicuous in each county hi the district tor nut less tbatr fcrty days prior to the 0 h day of April 1910 and raid tlC fee shall be published in each DC mo cratic newspaper of the district 13 In that the proviiiors of this call may be carried into full force and effect a subcommittee consisting of the entire committee ishereby ap pointed which shall have power and is to 1 be printed and the requisite number or pilots which bear i of the ch and together to e de 1lI I Primary Election vIi I m h day J it s i fait I t ill aid I sal 1 Provided prod t bisect of tii N i hlllasvi lip the i pry places ions s H t b election t candidate man VII cast cerUtic1t s Democrats the col to places di d u e and the si natur no tl1 com it f pr neceE- sar S c use 0 J r rip Cr f t i 1 comps i tie 3O the uurpuse disc fart t person desiring are pros ided ito wit turf fur occur list t ict fa tilt dull 1 to i s tube committee order cutntnii tee valise prepar shall a mmitt apd ee he elects des the shah ors d t r j m K livered to tbeoffleers of the election as required by law and to do any and aether acts necessary and proper to th2 holding of said primary election j NORTON FITCH Chairman Democratic Committee the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky JJ Richardson Secretary Democratic Committee of the Eighth Congressional District of tuckr BOYS SUCCESS WITH DUCKS Progressive California Boy Rapidly Building Up a Profitable Busi Manager BY M F UITTENIIOUSE One of my California who has for the last four years raised guineas which have netted him a neat little sum has now added ducks 1 IiI I I nessGood boyfriends en f 5 t 3 A Money Producer to his poultry yard He has found that they in no way interfere with the care of his guineas and have more than doubled his profits This boy got his first stock of ducks by exchanging two of his guineas for a setting of 14 eggs which he placed under two hens in sittings of seven each Out of the 14 eggs 11 sturdy ducklings were hatched Last year this boy set 180 duck eggs Of these 152 eggs hatched Later two were carried away by rats Eight more died before the boy learned that his waterloving ducks could withstand even less dampness than the ordinary chick Ducks are ready for the market at 11 weeks sometimes a trifle earlier He sorts over the young broods and always markets his green ducks they reach five pounds He has never sold any of his ducks for less than 50 per dozen Last fall he sold two ducks and a drake for seven dollars for tho three They were his choicest stock however and had won the prize at the county fair He has sold quite a number of and has never received less than 50 cents per dozen for them His ducks began laying the latter part of February He says this is because they are well sheltered and fed The first week after the ducklings are hatched he keeps them in a coop taking great care that its floor is per fectly dry After the second week they may be allowed to run at large in charge of course of the mother duck or the stepmother her must not be turned out while the dew is on They will of their own accord return home to supper and to bed be fore the dew falls For the first week the boy feeds the young ducks nothing but coarse cornmeal scalded with water or milk After that state bread crumbs beef scraps chopped very fine ground oats chopped green clover or any finely chopped green feed can be added to their bill of fare Later he adds cracked corn crushed barley and table scraps In a quart of their food he mixes from one to three tablespoonfuls of sand Even the very young ducks are not fed oftener than four times a day and after the fourth week if they have a run where there is plenty of plantain clover dock or fresh green grass they will only need to be fed each night and morning on a mixed feed of bran crunched barley or the cracked corn mixed with table scraps and still reach the market weight between ten and eleven weeks Dry Feed for Poultry There are many advantages in feed Ing dry feed over the mash method says the New England Homestead In the first place it is laborsaving No inconsiderable amount of labor is to prepare a mash in a proper manner It is heavier to carry trouble to feed The fowls do not gorge themselves so heavily on whole grain scattered in litter nor on dry feed taken direct from Consequently more food be given at a time and fewer times a day Bran cut and ground grains of all kinds can be fed with little labor The fowls are heavier than where much mash Is used They eat the dry feed as readily as the wet Results are equally favorable as our experiments have proved Winter Poultry Feed In cold weather I oats and bran mixed with milk or warm water says a writer in the Baltimore Ameri can I allow the mixture to stand over night and feed warm in the morning In the afternoon I feed corn I keep ground bone In a box where the fowls Tiave free access to It Occasionally I also supply oys ter shell The chill is taken off the water The floor of the coop is bedded with straw or other litter I have pullets that were hatched in July that began laying in January One pullet In particular began 20 and is still laying Watch Poultry I kept close watch otmy flock and the hens that began to lay first after molting t put into separate From these pens gathered my eggs for Hatching and by so doing I have won derfully improved the laying qualities ot my flock a writer in the Baltl This mating has also been the of rearing birds with stronger constitutions mofe hardy vigorous nd ay t I I before sittings well yellow required hoppers feed December I more I s I but a- more bone can drinking the pens says American means And s ey is to WANTED THE FACTS LITTLE JOHNNIE ALTOGETHER TOO PERSISTENT Papa Got Into Very Deep WaterWhen- He Endeavored to Explain About Hercules and His Wonder ful Deeds Say pa who was Hercules asked Johnnie looking up from his book and disturbing the afterdinner reading composed of himself his fattier and his mother Ills father laid down the newspaper with a gratified smile Hercules Johnnie he explained graciously was a very strong man who lived a long time ago and did a number of very wonderful things He was the strongest man in the world Johnnie gave his attention to his book again and his father resumed his analysis of the stock market But not for long How strong was Hercules pa de manded Johnnie It says here he killed a bull with his hands- I believe he did admitted his fa therSay pa could Hercules throw Frank Gotch queried the student His father frowned slightly I he could he said but we have no means of knowing in these days Gotch is a wonderful man of course as a wrestler I wish you wouldnt direct John nies mind to those awful prize fight ers and wrestlers and such persons interrupted Johnnies mother Well the child asked me a didnt he protested his father I dont see anyharm in answering it Anyhow the prowess of our modern wrestlers and other strong men is as fit a subject for discussion as is that of Hercules and Samson and those old chaps Hercules was a mythical charac ter insisted Johnnies mother stern ly That makes it different Silence followed for a few minutes while Johnnies mother followed the fortunes of Lady Gwendolyn and his father tried to figure out why COD stock had lost two points Then John nie returned to the attack Say pa whats a miscal he asked Whats a what asked his father What ma said Hercules was Why a mythical character John nie began his father is one that never existed A myth is a sort of legend or story you under stand And a mythical character is a person that is told about in such a story He returned to his paper with a pleasing sense of duty well performed but Johnnie was far from being ready to quit Well if Hercules was a mythical character then he said there never was a Hercules was there of myth or fairy character Then if there never was any he didnt kill any bull with his own hands did he No no its just a story explained his father shortly turning his news paper over and trying to find Interesting But you told me he could throw Frank Gotch he persisted If there never was any Hercules how could he throw Gotch There interjected Johnnies moth er laying her book down You see his studies Johnnies father found the article he was looking for and buried his nose in it for a few sec onds Then his son and heir fired another shot Say pa if there wasnt any then all this about him killing the bull isnt true Is it No admitted his father crossly Well what you tefl me that stuff about Gotch for demanded Johnnie Is Gotch a myth too Here Johnnies father ended the Young man he ordered go to bed In Dryest Maine Prof Ira Remsen president of the Johns Hopkins university and head of the National Academy of Sciences spends all his vacations in Maine It a matter of current history that Maine is dry but Dr Remsen had one day to suspect that if he had get a drink of whisky some day to save his life he would never be in danger of death in Maine The doctor was bicycling and his pedal broke He inquired the way to the nearest blacksmith shop and fol lowing the directions arrived at a place the door of which was closed but not locked He opened the door and pushing his bicycle ahead was surprised to see a crowd of men r n which were a bottle and some glasses Somewhat abashed the doctor said I wonder am in the right place Is this the blacksmith shop Yes said the blacksmith Whatll you have rye or York Sun A Small Dose Confound that barkeeper in the Coyote saloon said Percival Mont peller He insulted me doncher know How was that pard asked Pete When I called for whisky he set the bottle on the counter and offered teaspoon StubornAs Mules and bowels sometimes to Jbalk without cause Then theres Loss of Appetite Iudl gestlon Nervousness Despondency Headache But such troubles fly be fore Dr Kings Life Pills the worlds best slid Liver re medy So ear 25c E Mc Roberts 1m Sobs M fleconl 6 Ji circle T suppose question probably character fancya grudgingly Hercules something youIntroduced interest- Ing Hercules die discussion you reason I ramshackle sitting around an improvised tray ifI 2 ScotchNew I 1 Pi k- Eyed mea semi atC fjb l I ar V e liver trouble New St mach k r K 1 I l The clear full brilliant tone of Columbia tible Cylinder Records is the best reason for ing popularityBut thing to know they cant break BO- y matter how careless you may be and that they will serer wear out no matter how many times you play tie 35 cents Call for a catalog I A splendid repertoire to choose from and we arc adding to it right along1 g F G Hurt Lancaster I Indestructible theirgrew destrtte F t THE fiarrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5000000 R E Prss Banks Hudson Vice Pres R t Bart nVIce Pres J W Elmore Cashier D A Thomas As t Cashier R Elktu BookKeeper Comparative statement growth Individual Deposits January i 1907 1653474 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 1 909 1 1645236 Jan 1 1910 13564758 1 L of its I I ow Roberts i FiveFold Happy Event Five daughters have been born time to the wife of a peasant named Gaira near Serres in Macedo nia They were distinguished at the christening by ribbons of different tied round their necks Considerate HOSTS Extract from a letter from Bertie to his friend Percy Dear Percy The Daunceys with whom I am staying are awfully decent and do everything they can to make my visit enjoyable j For instance whenever we go shoot j jug they give me a whole field to my j Hew Cood Mews Spreads I am 70 years old and travel most of the time wiires B F Tolsun of EHztbethiown Kv Everywhere I go I Kicommecd EJectiic Bitters be cause I owe my excellent heal Tiality to them They effect a cure every time Thty never fail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bnvels stimulate tne liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily j y Try them Satisfaction i guaranteed by R E McRoberts1m His Revenge What do you want with the old scrubbing brush I wish to clip a few bristles Ive had a quarrel with my girl slid she insists that I return her lock of Courier Journal The Stopover Privilege What shall I do plaintively asked the tourist who had fallen out of an express train as it was passing through a country station Youre nIl right mister replied the porter Your ticket allows you to break your Daily News Rough Passage Indeed I hope and pray remarked a as he left the steamer that I shall never have occasion to cross the Atlantic again Rough passage eh queried a friend Rough is no name for it I had four kings beat three times atone colors i selfPunch hand IOnly 50e positively J hairLouisville journeyLondon gentleman Coal FOR SALE CheapI a For Cash or Produc We have the genuine Blue Gem and Jeilico Block andKut Coal Also a of KNAWHA SALT just received Highest market price for Poultry Eggs Hides Furs Iron Bones Rubber and Metal Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot 1 B NorThcott L I car t Millinery For Sale I wish to sell privately my stock of millinery at Paint Lick Ky Farmers this is the season to Stock Food We have jut received a large shipment of INTERNATIOHAL and are selling it at 285 per 25 pouid pail as long as this lot last McRoberts Fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden lie Hate No Agents Free Catalogues Hillenmeyeg Lexington Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but C G J E Storm Popular Music just received In stock A ine line of late Vocal and Instrumental MUSICper copy F C HURT UMCisttr I 218it G A BuLaen I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I I R I 11 L I Strawberry H F 1 Son at zscts Ms use E1 Niiliss OPENINGIn Ladies ReadyTo Wear Department OfE Sa 32 4 2S fUJP UlaV Fashion Center FRIDAY MARCH 18th we will have with us a Ladies Tailor who can make and deliver to you a Suit to measure by Saturday before Easter You will enjoy a tour of inspection on this day and your presence is very much desired Joseph Mercantile Company leaders In Dn Goods Notions and Ladies Tailoring of L u 1u jc l 1 I J IIITU r c Lancasters I I i II I r The J 1 J II SPRINGY Recognized I ti 1 High Cldss Gossip About People v x v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In MTA Xick Perkl is was with Stan ford fiiitids Saturday Mr Wallace Walter of Lincoln was on bui less Tuesday Dr Wm Burnett was in Lexington the past week on business Dr J A Atuun i at home from a business t to Fajettes capital Richard Anderson made a short st y in Peiry the past week Wallace G ver of Crab Orchard was a vfcitur iu our midst Tuesday Mr and Mr K II Batson are at a business Hilton of Stanford is the guest of tier i tir Miss Susie Ilil tOt Miss Pau i a Hocker of Stanford visiting her aunt Mrs Mattie But canMrs Samuel Cotton of McCreary is ttie guest ul Mr and Mrs Alex Wal ker Mia Mtrgurite Kiunaird and E iza beih Auderun were 111 Dauvhie Mull day Eder F SI Tinder was in Nichol asville and Lexington several days this week Eminence Two of the little children of Mr and Mrs R L Hagan are repoited quite sick Mrs U D Simpson and her Mss Katie were iu Lexington the past week Mrs James Francis of Paint Lick has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Miss Mint ii Lee Sanders of Kirks vine is visiting her little niece Christine Sunders W K Shugars of Stanford was a visitor to his fathtr Judge Way Shugars vast week Mr R Ziems of New Liberty Iud has been the recent guest of Mr and Mrs John Ballard Misdames Alexander Kennedy and Banks Hudson were visitors in Lex ington the past week Mrs Thomas P Wherritt is at home again after a visit to her son Claud Wherritt of New Orleans Misses Sue and Birdie Bourne are at home from a pleasant visit to Miss Lee Herring of Lexington Misses Grace Goode of Hustonyille and Miller of Hedgeville were visitors iu Lancaster the past week Mesdames Elizabeth Dillon and Jesse Wearren of Stanford was here e3tJLfYiAIY I f here U I I i I sHe I I alt J trip LoClJiCa ol EIJt 1 i I I Hughes IHs L t t i home Mis visitj daughter 4 FS 1 illiner i Opening STREET A r DAWYILLE 1 s thE past week visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Joe Nevieus Mr Jcsjie Walden of Danville was in town this week on business Mr Louis L of Richmond is with fi lends and relatives here Mr Go t of Richmond is vis iting his son Mr W R Gott this week Mi s Annie Kinniard of the D D Institute Danville spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mrs Yates Hudson and son of Dan ville were the recent guest of htr cousin Mrs B F Walter Mrs L N M Ter left Tuesday for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs L T Wilson of Richmond Mrs W T Short of Richmond has returned to her home after a visit to her sister Mrs C D Powell Mr A D Leav li at home again after a visit to Cincinnati and his sis ter Mrs Jennie Armstrong of Frank Miss Helen JenKins an atractive blonde of Vi i it is here for a months tay with Mr and Mrs W E Moss Miss Sue Anna Lear of Hamilton Ct 1 ege Lexiiigtin was here for a vIe it to her parents Mr and Mrs Vn Lear Mr and Mrs Charles Collier and lit tle sun James of Yirginii have been recent guests of Mr and Mrs J B CollierMr and Mrs Raymond Hendreo of Upper Garrard are making a stay with Mr andMre R S Brown and familyMr and Mrs Walter Walker and children of Stanford came this week for a visit to Mr and Mrs A K WalkerMisses Susie and Geneva Turner of Cottonburg are the guests of their cousins Lizzie and Anna May Broaddus Mrs Florence Sullivan has returned to her home in Colorado after a stay with her mother Mrs Mike Ray of Buckeye Haver M Estes mada his parents Mr and Mrs S H Estes a visit here Sunday and Monday from George town College J L Francis left this week for a visit to his friends Messrs John Burn side and Brannon Beazey of San Angelo Texas Harry Tomlinson is back from Ash vile N C where he went to see his sister Miss Maggie Tomliuson and also to accompany her home Mrs Emma KauSman and daughter Miss Frankve are making a visit of several weeks at the home of Mr and Mrs John Greeuleaf of Richmond Mrs Mary Taylor left Saturday for a short stay with Louisville relatives after which she will go Martins ville Ind for treatment for rheuma Mrs H D Arnold and son Stanley I 12 Landram J E fort rg Misses t t ism Gulley of Mineral Wells Texas who were called here on account of the death of her mother back to Texas Saturday on account of Mr Arnolds illness BOURNE Will Oakes and family moved to Lancaster Mrs B L Stinnett is reported to be quite ao this writing Lilbern and Loton Ray left recently to make their home in Itlmois S D Turner of Lancaster made a business trip at this Saturday Gilbert Turner sold a sow shoat to J H Turner of M irksbury for 1500 Joe Turner was visiting his brother inlaw Noah Mirsee at Marksbury SundayProf J L Carpenter and family of Irvine were week end guests of rela tives here Otho Montgomery sold a milk cow to Henry Tomliuson of Buena Vista price 4000 James Durham and family who have moved near Bryaijtsville were visitors here Sunday Mr B E Corder of Lancaster was here last week with the intention of buying a farm Mrs and Children were recent visitors to her mother Mrs Millie Upton of Boyle MT HEBRON Most all tobacco beds have been sown and a large acreage of tobacco will be cultivated in this locality this seasonMr D Lemay bought a work horse from Mr Jas McWilliams price 85 Mrs Enoch Gilliam is very sick Mr H R Montogomery sold a milk cow to Mr Chas Duncan for 30 Mr J E Sherrow made a business trip to Lexington the first of the week Miss Pearl Sherrow is with her aunt Mrs Elisbsia Forbes at McCreary Mr and Mrs Philip McMillian of Boyle were Kith their grandparents Mr and Mrs G A Bruce Thursday night Miss Gertrude McQuerry of Little Hickman spent apart of last week with Mrs Edd Grow Miss Hattie Duncan spent a few days with her father Mr B A Dun can last week M J B Dean bought of Mr Wil led Blakeman of Midison 6 bogs for 39 Lovers of gcod health should pievent sickness instead of letting themselves get sick and then try to cure it So long as you keep your liver bowels and stom ach in a healthy and active condition YOU wont get sick Ballards Herbine relieves constipation inactive liver and all stomach and bowel troubles Sold dv R E McRoberts 1m I were summmoned k Alice I I Jobe Mlrsee I a I I all Monday pit I Are You a Fisherman IF SO BUY YOUR TACKLE AT Prisbies Drug Store friJD g mtI rl JIlffi l Louisville Nashville Time Table For Richmond Lexington Cincin nati and intermediate staticns 514 a m 1114 a m and 140 p m For St inford Corbin Knoxville and points South 940 m and 835 p m For Stanford Lebanon Louisville and points North and South 214 pm YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Just fresh of Lownejs Candy 34tf R Zimmer Fresh atZimmers 34tf A few hp 55t at grown seed potatoes at 3li2t Phone 199f orlny thing in the grocery line 24tf Let me niojrfey on clover seed W yWard 3ll2t We handle the famous Red Cross brand of flour Le Af Turner 24tf All kind of garden onion sets seed potatoes etc clap at Wards 2t Highest market paid for coun try produce Turner 24tf Curreys ffo buy evaporated V OQ f Curreys the place to sell v ter rod eggs v t 38tf Wool wool wtoolT sXElkin will pay the highest Vnrket price 3184t Curreya tMe place to buy your O ive Oil Olives etc 318tf nt IrciUrJiMludry or entle combined horse Robinson Scale CTood W D Walker Will sell cheap 31 One nice furniture Will sell at this once the thgloton ly alf this office A C of kidlcv to this rJlih a pair If found bring Now is the time to make your contract for jibe coming Season Step in and see Son 3183t a r open l Lowneys C I ds Curreys t e ace buy can peaches apricots rs o rlL PmceA W cfI y J p For S A balance al ut set or cheap pply AnY Hotel Ares t t m er as the per t was due on March 1st 34 de st A dy Lee rner ave you t wedsA Mice Lee the 1 ce fruits you but f lcklea and to and etc 3Sti- G Br us st mare 4 a air anks ue For Sills hav s against tf- t A very a le uil Water St otre oat q ac et office ice Prot what you need are you fothe 60 days Gaines kinds of business any placa time if ic few as good S G Rhode Island Reds exclusively pvyling Green BigsrTl2iO 150 and 1J0 Range SOcts per Left my bout 6th of a dark bay noise about 14 bands nigh sma l rocs nose white spot in forehead brad on left hip in plain letters L A 10 reward if returned to W G Kauffman Bro Marjellus Ky ins from t p xt a car loa Laorte and eere gies th fi of next week 91b e ill cl04e atat rock bottom J It ount Co ind ny sU E j1ef9nly imr but 7 fnsuran e inpanies none 3I8tf uisville I 15 s l 60 for 1pOl f K KY R F D 3 11rf1113188lI lace his e of 81125 Spec iai IFtn We i receive Julin ice j j5 Writ Il anywl ete in t oce Vie agent array better wufsttit Frankfort and cku 83 Hill ncaste t 4 March knot 8 W R QOTT CO BltYANTSYILLE Mr Mrs W A Dickerson and daughter Katie Barnis spent the weekend with relatives at Somerset Mr Ike S Dunn was from Lex ington last week on business Mi and Mrs Williams and vi iced relatives at Burgin Saturday and Sunday Dr W M purchased a handsome 1910 Cleverland Roadster The machine is a beauty and will be delivered in about two weeks Miss Lillian Leavell went to Monday to see Lillian Russell i i VThe First Night Mr B F Pattonwlio has been quite ill tor several weeks is improving slowly Mr and Mrs Mote Scot have been on the sick list for several days Miss Annie Phillips of Stanford is visiting relativtahere LittleXMiss Mary Belle Halcomb who has been quite sick for several weeks is improving slowly but still confined toiler room T T to Berkere a sow and 45 also to Mr James Bourne a sow and seven pigs for 50 Mr and Mrl R Rose visited re over J C 0 i 0 0 Mari L and children Eiliott has Lexington Butdette sold Mrs eight pigs for Spring 1910 Spring 19 tO Millinery Opening The public is cordially invited to attend our display of Spring and Summer Hats March 26th MRS ADA KiMNAlRD Stormes Room Danville Street c i r c n as as domestic tf i i y sr T latives in Jessamine last week Mr Charley Deane bought a pair of mules from J H Easley for 425 There will be preaching at the Methodist chuch Sunday morning and evening by the pastor Rev Josiah Godbey Mrs W L Glass of Ilanley spent several days with Mrs J W Glass last week Mrs E H Ballard has returned home after two weeks in Lexington h her sister Mrs W T Woolfolk Seeking the Best Markets Most traders try to buy in the time as a rule to sell in the market that tortes handiest I ImpudenceThere who lived in one of the parishes of Louisiana who was noted for his tre mendous deportment and puctuality Arriving in New Orleans for the first time he accosted a young manabout town who was standing on the corner of the street I wish my young friend said he taking out his watch to go to the St Charles hotel Well said the gilded youth you may go but dont stay but half an hour Her Life Saved Catarrh Leaves You When the Germs are Destroyed Breathe Hyomei pronounceit High ome over the inflamed and germ in fected membrane of the nose and throat It will kill the germs and cure catarrh Comj lete outfi 100 including hard rubber pocket inhaler at druggists and at R E McRoberts Guaranteed to cure catarrh croup coughs colds ormooey back Hyomei certainlv saved my life and I accord it the credit which it deserves and merits Mrs Ada Hopkins Mich Hyomei has donea wonderful thing forme For two years I was so hoarse that I spoke in a whisper now I am as well as ever Thanks to Hyomei Mrs James Spencer Watervliet N Y Hyomei has cured me of catarrh of long standing It is the best thing to kill a cold I have ever got hold of Mrs A Haslan Croton Lee CountyIa When you own a Hyomei Inhaler you can always get an extra bottle of Hyo met for 50c at druggists Send free booklet and sample bottle Hyomi Booths Hyomei Co Buffalo N Y Cures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour stop ich belclung and cures stomach or money bark box cftat lets 50 cents Druggists in all towns spend i theII I I I I Coldwater dV ftA G m disease tg v everywhere for You are cordially In vited to inspect our upto line of Millinery which will be on Saturday March 26 you will find awaiting viewing all that is cor rect in appareling for the season 4 Here new date exhibition t tour Avoid lIre a faire Car Jftytal- We yew itYptt N wII Stet ns bYe awe TakeCARDUI ji Mrs ie NkIIIIs II- Ikxice wriesft8 was a Wile II tIhelped IR ay tare k3My My lYe sa 1 luw II kaak wish all try Get Sli WL DOUGLAS 53005350 5400 Treoblew- NY isb e et fr EEtW- Ii tMti1taiiatsery tlNCniutitNre ew o- aeM ai Nei k i- W itrNlieaeR apt year 1 Yirateti wri mislup Mi see lip Ntereileia lf s1 aGe INit- farii e tie Nr tWes- a iI slatyw- ea wnii iL Grid aaywiaa- E n SHOES Bays I Slices I 200 250Feat Color Euelets lest il Ute Werfcl UNIONMADE SVV aNr Used W Douglas skew are Ae lowest price m the world excellent style easy fittms and long wearing other If yea high prices feryaw sfcee fee next tine yo aeed apair grre W L Daa Iaa saee a triaL Yov caa save aasaey OB your footwear aW set shoes that are j t as good a every aa those that have been cestas higher prices If you could Tik our large factories at Brockton Bins and how carefaMy shoes are you world they ff why W 1 Douglas same and price isclamped on the bottom to protect the wrarer ap in y atgli prices and inferior iboea twlMti 1 VI Donclas shots are not for salw rtcinitr for frail Order Catalogs J W SMITH L Their ties excel these of mattes have payrg way see W L opthey hold tlmir hotter longer other Lute in Jour ULEJIY keen you fer yourself made shape fit and wear than matte rioI Take writ ttee R S BROWN KyLancaster 0 iII f fxfI MISS 1EJM MNObD+ ++ I gStoanDoun e C the SPl1I III f 0 7t itJYi d J and Stitumr Credtions- t3 4- yT j Highest Market Price S Iit X Vdtterlls 9 1 and 0 Eve hiln Nobs- b7 New Jr Saturday Jttcuch 26th 4 fmmmw M Ir5 5 i r- vv Y 4 SILVER OO I 4 r n i IWi r Son ofFar Wood 18796 record 2 27J4 brother to Nor Wood 2 12J sire of Lady 212jf Fiorfst 512M and eight others Far W od 227 Son of Nut Wood 6 0 record sire Manager 2D Lock Heart 2OSJ Addle D 2OJi and 165 others Nut Wuod 600 record 2181 Son of Belmont 64 Hlver Wood tit dam Princes by Vatican 229 1138 he by Belmont Ct Vatican dam Hambletouian IU Far Wood 16796 record 1st dam Nora Wilkes dam of Ko Wood 2 12 Nora Wood 2 Nora Wilces By Go 519 2 22 Nut Wood 600 record 218- Is dam Win Rissell dam of Maud S 203X i I 2 I i 2271 I i I Wilkes 1S oft Silver Wood should make one of the greatest tock horses in Kentucky 1st be is backed up by sire and dam of the best blood that can be found All good horses run back to these families of horses 2nd because he is one of the grandest looking 5 year old horses I ever saw He is 1 hand high good bone flue style and finish black and white feet and silver taU He is Just good broke to harness had no work for speed but he can show a 240 gait any time with all around high true action Each day the market calls more clearly for true high and balanced action clear trot and beanty and Silver Wood has them all and I cant see why he should not make Kentucky more fatuous by his get Silver Wood will be kept during the season of 1910 at my stable in Lanrcister Ky and will be permitted to serve 30 good mares at the very low price of 1200 to Insure a living colt I am prepared to care for stock from a at reasonable price but no responsibility assured for accidents or escapes of stock corn mitted to my care because distance NABOTM JRNaboth Jrts a rich red bay 9 years old and full 16 hands highwelghs 1225 pounds and is a j bone of wonderful beauty having a lopg rangy neck and carrying a fine tall He is a perfect gilLed horse with superb all round action and like all sons of oid Naboth he has great natural speed In harness and a greater racking borse can not be found iu the State of Kentucky I have been dealer in fancy horses for leu years furnishing them for all the markets In this country ard I am anxious to euconragetho breeders of horses to continue to raise better ones As is generally known there is scarcity of good horses and those suitable for the Eastern mar ket bring fancy prices If the breeders would raise Number one horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires Naboth Jr beyond all doubt is a horse that will produce horses that the marketdemands and for which the public is willing to high prices I purchased this great young stallion at a fancy price because he has size style action beauty and breeding I bad his horse worked 30 days and he stepped a mile In 240 j If like begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to Naboth Jr You will note that this Stallion has th Old Naboth Hambletoniun 10 Old Messenger Chief Red Wilkes George Wilkes Manbrino Chief Pilot Jr and Harry Clay PEDIGREE By Naboth 10016 219J He by Walsingham 2166 sire of Latitude 219Ji and several in the list Walslnghara by George Wllkes v Old Naboths first dam Tinsel by Messenger Durock 106 son of Hambletonlan Second dam Bess sister to James Jr by Hambletonlan Third dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 45 Fourth dam by Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse i Nabotb Jrs First dam by Messenger Chief Jr by Old Messenger Chief Second dam by Crit Davis by Red Wllkes Third dam Thoroughbred NabotbJr will be krpt during the season of 1910 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted to serve at the very low price 1500 to insure a living colt I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices but no responsibility assumed for accidents j or escapes of stocK committed to my care j Jr is the sire of the colt that won the 100 champion colt stake also the sire of the winner of the yearling stake at the Lancaster Fair 1908 T i thaUJpe of pay I i I I othel s Howell ares I NOTICENaboth VV a blood f 4 W B BURTON LANCASTER KENTUCkYIii II Ben Cormney of Lancaster visited bomefolksSuDday Rev A CL Baird filled bis regular appointment at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday Lee Broyles and Ms Yerna Baird are both on tbe sick d t Miss tJ ins continues low with consun ption at W H Furrs There are more tobacc i beds sowa Same very FLAT WOOl i in this lei i y than ver was before O ie Reed who drives Mr Alex Walker team and deivers fl iurHn this vitiity got his wagon stuck in one of our diit road mud holes and nan to untold his whole load of flour his team could pull out the emt wagon I wonder if we could borrow that new grader to fill up that mud boleW H Furr bought a load of corn from Rev A C Baird for 325 a i I I before barrel JIJIJ uJ ffWSK aBXKti I Old Fashion Corn Meal f is made on genuine French Burs from II Sound Clean Corn fK H The life of the Meal is not burnt out in the fsS K and is guaranteed to give satisfaction i t Creamery ButterH E is made from pure cream by modern methods j 2 and is the best that money can buy If your 5 grocer does not handle Creamery Butter or Old js- g Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give j jr g you the name of one who doe We also sell Coal and Brick and will ap C precate patronage J I I Henley V Bastin I the Creamery WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SOUTH and ON SALE DAILY QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 For F H Particulars call write C KING P ft III E Mate SbLexi gtoiiKy S9S II B I i grinding B a G js zS1iS l flS TO THE T Ac your at I SOUTHEAST VIA ser The Fence That Lastsi- s the f ctktisrightly out of the best materialeaBd by scientific modern methods The wise rrrmnrinint farmer makes big dealer furaiah Peerless Fence la econaay te bay Peerlew Wire Fence as it is built to wear nd tear of many aeaaooB i Peerlaaa fence m iMclt in nuraeroos style and in iMtght dealsr cajt get Peerless in that jOBjpMiy require Do not let him aomethJBg want the kcst aadthc dealer can g t it if his prokis a little less than on what be is now handling PEERLESS WIRE FENCE CO m built rid of ou DIAILt I1 1ai IIr 3V 7 r bardaug any even For sale by Conn Bros Lancaster Ky We wish 1o say to the public that hsut been open regular for some time but will be opened erery Saturday Cos e in and get the best PHO QES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO r TBI VpOZSXO1 1 iJ I Li L o H C now 1 Farm and Stock W B Burton bought of Mark Gobs i 4 year old gelding for 300 B E Henry sold to S K Dudderar 1 nice Jersev cow A H Bastin sold to J I Hamilton pair of five year old mare mules for 400 Mr J W Broaddus bought eleven shoals at 8c per pound also a mare for 12750 Red Leaf the great trotting stallion will positively be sold at B G stable Monday B E Goddard It is claimed that there are more to bacco beds this year than ever before and the indications are that there will be a large acreage this year in Garrard county W B Burton bought 19 mules and 7 horses iu Versailles and Nicholas yule and shipped them to The Wilson Lve Stock Company Wilson N C average 20450 each 9640 acres of land was sold in Tun ica county Miss for 487500 00 75 per acre This land in the Delta is very rich and in the last few years has been increasing In value very rapidly Until recently people considered it unhealthy to Jive there hut now every town of any size has ait wells and it is claimed that it is as healthy there now as any where There arE items of expense to the farm thatshould be credits rather than debits To see farmers ir tbe markets things that could and should be grown on the farm shows lack of forethought It is no uncommon Miing for farmers living near towns to buy their garden vegetables whereas every one of these can be produced at home By growing these greater op portunities will be given to purchase more of such as cannot be grown Ev n fruits especially tbe small fruits ire chiefly had in market As evidence of the careless metbtds pursued in the culture of crops we summarize the average wields of Eu ropean countries Of wheat the aver age per acre iu England is 32 bushels Germany 28 bushels Netherlands 34 tushels France 20 bushels the Unit id States 14 busnelp Oats the Uni d States 23 bushels England 42 bust jls Germany 46 bushels Holland 53 tushels Potatoes Uunlted Stites 85 uehelp Germany 250 bushejs per ere Belgium 250 bushels Great Brit tin 250 bushels Witbiy 10 years our crexge has increased 32 cent vbile our surplus for export has de reased 67 par cent Country people know more about vhat is going on and keep better track f public affairs said minority leader h mn r ir of MlftKmri in the House of Be esei tuies the other day in a sp cb on the Rivers and Harborg Bil Country Mtcs know oetter than v criticize appropriations for urement of rivers Mr Clark They know that when you improve river you help every man within 10 hundred miles of that river They newspapers and they read then ai 1 know more about what to going on in Wahhlngton and the United State generally than tbe city people In Foocbo China a city as large as St Louis t e few who would have tun are supplied by a walking airy TIRe milkman leads his cow to the front dcor of bis customers house tad there in his customers presence nilkg the required The trdinary customer takes no more ban about a third of a pint After toe is supplied the cow man leads his ow and calf to the front door of the text custoeer and thus paweff on un il all cutters are supplied or valkinff limited supply Ii ex tainted There are probabl no more tea half a dozen such dairies in Tbia dairy Method a way tneliome milk sup ily if nothing else It would be rc rarded coach business of ot alhiag a Milk supply ia this country The pnMMt high price of broom iota iiie to i ahortage ia J gf years rof asattracted attwitki awl we for65 a Fox s next lan buying the lmpr declared let II ure or low f I Q 1 r p I Danvibler approximately per i v measure dairy suggests cleanlinees In as oWever- have received a number of inquiries asking as to tbe methods used iu planting culivatng and harvesting broom corn A number of years ago we published a letter from Mr H Jeffries of Elza bethtwn Ky giving his i i raking broom corn Mr Jefflies al so suggested that a farmer in a parti cular neighborhood could secure a broom machine and make money in manufacturing brooms and selling them to those in neighborhood Mr Jeffries said There are a great many sections where broom corn wi I grow to perfection and none ii grown but to raise H iu large quaniii ies and put it on the market controlled by a trust or combine is a loti ig game If some ingenious farmer of mechanical skill in each community would raise an acre or so of broom corn and secure a broom machine making brooms through tbe winter aud on rainy days he could control the locdl trade and his nelgbors would soon begin to raise broom corn enough to give him j work at so much per broom to makt them up In this way the people would get better brooms for less money and get brooms of their own raising An kind of ground that will produce corn or cotton will grow broom corn I speak from practical expelience 1 broom corn for number of years and 1 make from 300 to 500 brooms each widter and never fail to dispose of all of them within four mies of my home Home and Farm The more you eat Quaker Oats the better your health will be ments show Quaker Oats to be the greatest Regular packages lOc and hermetically sealed tins for Lot FARMERS COLUMN dpace below this beading Is for the excla use of our farmer subscribers and Is for she sale of stock grain and such things on farm as tbe farmer cannot afford to adver Mae Xo notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only in two issues of the RICOBD free of charge FOR SALE Ega for batching from my yard of Barred Plymouth 75c per setting or two settings fnr125 also a 125 egg Incubator and Brooder Mrs S C Henderson Phone 93 Paint Lick Ky Brown Leghorn eggs 50c per setting of 15 Mrs J H Cress R F D Stanford Ky Phone 380G Pure white Wyanedntt eggs for sale at 50c per st tiig of 15 MrsE B Sutton Marksbury Ky I have46 head of coming 3yearold mules well will sell worth the money S Morgan Phone No 382 B Seed potatoes fOK sale Dennis Scott Bourne Ky Monster FmhWater Turtles In the upper waters of the Amazon the freshwater turtle grows to a great Fullgrown ones three feet in length two in width and weighing 200 pounds are seen Every house has its little pond or corral to hold a stock of these animals through the season of dearth the wet months should be studied by every parent If your child i t nervous fretful starts in its sleep Is faced has rings under its Always seems hungry is not gaiBing weight you can be sure the trouble is worms Whites YerraifodKe is as absolute cure for worms Is its own purgative Sold blIMcRobtrt Ira expel his have been raising and manufacturing Practicalexperi withathletes strengthmaker IIIIIIIIII Ila sire Rock a forsale o broke size often I Wrmigy eyeS r ri 7 4Y w i I iiice pay Cream Above is a fair likeness of Naboih Jr Cvntcl by B Burton Dont forget the millinery openings Saturday Much 26b Our three stjres have a full line of uptcdate hats fresh from the city markets Am sorry Mr Editor I cannot give you any advertisement I am troubled with heart disease and my physician says I must quit advertising so 1 can have absolute quiet and rest An exchange truly says The meanest and must despicable charac ter in any community man who is envious of others prosperity and is always heard speaking in a manner of his neighbors and fellow citiz n Easter and the Hare The conneeiim between the hare or rabbit and can be traced only through mythology From the earliest times the hare has been a symbol of the moon A few reasons fur this may lie ic the fact that the hare comes out only at night to feed nd that the female carries her young or a thus representing the unar cycls The Egyp itns cated he bare un wlich has two mean logs open aud The moon was open eye of the night hence the hare became the type of riodic occurrences As an opener it was associated with the opening of he new year and also wtu the open ing of new life ii youth Thus the hare became associated with the East er egg in this country the hare is al urost unknown but its second cou sin the rabbit abounds The ne groes have a superstition regarding the little animal that is rather apt they beiive that the left 1 ind foot of a rabbit that is killed in a graveyard in the dark of the moon possesses rare talismanic virtues A Swollen Jaw is not pretty nor pleasant Wheth er its caused by neuralgia tojthach or accident Ballards Snow Liuimen will reduce the swelling and nlev the pain The great and sure cure f rheumatism burns bruise scalls any and all aches and paine Sold by B E McRoberts 1m POSTEDThe undersigned nereby give to all persons not to trespass upoi our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders t fullest extent of the law H unters and Fishermen especially take notice Juo M Farra Squire P Parsons Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry b L Rich W Kinnaird T A El in Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold W G Anderson II C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Coon Conn PILES get Immediate relief froa Cream Vermifuge is that contemptuous a tr I mOl ttJ g pet iud the pee J cut wan- Ing WS Mrs P Rile Jas Sutton J G HITESI ZVT rSMpsMsgkOlMaeM THE 6UAHAHTEEO WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TWilC CCWARC OF IMITATIONs 9 THE 6CNUINC PRSPAHCO OMLY BT BallardSnow Liniment T LOUIS MO McRoberts Drug Store KILL THE COUCH M CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discow- yme R E McRoherts Drug Sore I Cs 1 OUCH OLDS V S ACmQ r uuZD Tajs5I- OATAI LIJThIVSLE 2r LIVE STOCK MAURET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Cattle HOK Sheep j Receipts 1X thUS 2 1 Shipments SJ 271 CATTLE Shippers fi 50 7 75 Butcher steers extra 40C75 Good to choice 5 7V Common to fair 4 n ia5 50 Heifers extra B 5 g r so Good to choice 75 6 40 Common to fnlr 3 7o Cows extra 5 Good to choice Common to fair S 00 4 7 Canner 7 Bulls balognaa 4 5T Extra S50550 550 CALVES extra jj 9 7 r 900 Common and large 550M75 HOGS good packers smd batchers 10 90 II K Mixed packers 10 7r Stugs V 7S975 Common to choice heavy fat sows S 00 iw 75 Light shippers 10 LVaiO fij Pips 110 lbs and less 7 30 a 10 CO SHEEIextra 75 Good to choice i I 25 Common to fair 3 LAM dS extra 10 00 Good tochoice 9 9 65 Common to fair a5t 00 I tri eb 16 s I I i J I JCl Fat bullil eo 5 Fair to good I I I 6 Ii- I I IL J d 1 li t r I t O 0 LIVE STOCK NOTES Nowadays draft horses must be i matched to sell welL I It is a mistake not to grow the pigs rapidly from birth to market If a pig has a languid appetite there is something wrong somewhere- A variety of feed is advisable but radical changes are to be avoided It is a mistake to feed pigs sour milk when they are learning to eat Choose for the breeding mare a oid color dark bay black or chest int In countries where colts run out the ear around the mature horses have nuch stronger legs The sheep barn must be dry and well ventilated Foul odors and too much heat bring on pneumonia- In selecting the brood sows avoid hose with low weak backs for they usually indicate weakness of consti tutionThe fact that a hog will eat almost anything and turn it into meat does not imply that anything will do for the hog All straw rtalks etc used for lit ter in the sheep barn should be run through a cutter to jncrease the power of absorptionA hung up in a cold dry place will provide choice dinners for the family until it is used Dont forget to have mashed turnips and butter with it One must give some thought to the feeding methods of the farm these days The stock should have excel lent care for two months yet in order to tide over the most severe part of the year If you are In doubt kill the bigger hog for it makes better meat and the ham of a light hog is hardly worth curing if you are fond of meat for It dwindles far too rapidly- A good rack for feeding sheep can be made by almost any sensible farm er About all that is needed is a for the hay so that it shall not fall to the ground and be wasted and also be handy for the sheep to get is as much a necessity for stock as In the warmer days of if you would keep the stuff thrifty and comfortable Some forget the poultry water supply even if they are careful about the and troughs that afford water for the larger animals of the farm Time Time speeds away away away Another hour another day Another year Drop from us like the leaflets sere Drop like the lifeblood from our hearts the rosebloom from our cheek departs The tresses from our temples fall The eye grows dim and strange to Time speeds away away away Like torrent in a stormy day He undermines the stately tower Uproots the tree and snaps the flower And sweeps from our distracted breast The friends that loved the friends that blessed And leaves us weeping on the shore To which they can return no more Time speeds away away away No eagle through the skies of day No wind along the hills can flee So swiftly cr so smooth as he Like fiery steed from stage to stage He bears us on from youth to age Then plunges in the shoreless sea Of fathomless Eternity William I I up- I I support I summer people nks 4 I monthanother alL I KIM at- Water S LOOK AND LISTEN If you want Po iteness Cleaness Good SHAVES and HAIR CUTS go to HENRY DUNCANS BarberShop on Richmond street 25 years of experience Office Hours Office over S a m to li 1 p m to 4 Storme Drug store DENTIST Phone 65 H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHONE SilKJ Office over F O lInrt furniture store NOTHING BUT LANCASTER LOWELL KENTUCKY- Get him to cry Best of references 11 QIIIII1 I CARDS I F Ky Lancaster Kentucky Ed G Gaines INSURANQEL KENTUCKY w T KING I your sales I I 4Oeeoeaseoot4se15 5s5 S B WATTER Lancaster Auctioneer E TV JTorroivv Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed J E Robinson LAWYEI art COUNTY ATTHNEir Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 M K I i I Denny9 iI DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Milliuerr Hughes Swinebroad REHL ESTRTE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 22L Easter Flowers QUALITY Ware McRoberts H J PATRICK Dentist All WjrK Guaranteed Paint Lick IMtttf Dr J B Kinnaird Physical and SurfMii Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 DR Wm BURNETT and Surgeon over Logans store Residence Fbooe 75 Ofice Phone t I 111111 I 1 11 f I I I r i Kentucky Can ice ssressssssSias sstspsssssssss