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RECORDTine Loral of Now PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEXQCRAC AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land ofN LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 25 191O i THE i Fro NUMaEt st P v 1- y CENTRAL price ORLNfiNIZED land PAINTED i Roofing for this week only J CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky ASpecial on y J Y 1 EASTER GREETING- s 1 Get Ready for Easter ITS A PLEASURE to add to our Easter greeting a cordial invitation to you to come and see the handsomest g line of Mens Boys and Childrens readytowear apparel g for Spring that have ever been displayed in Lancaster e Easter lias become the accepted occasion for the change j brighter apparel of Spring This season were sure that ft we are more deserving than ever of your patronage We I shall expect you early while the stock is full The cloth 3 ing we sell will be the swellest clothing you will see during I the Easter fashion parade JJti j pc i111 1 ii E t andof Next Monday is county court day Dr Pearce will conduct services at Hubble Sunday The venerable Mr John Y Leayell celebrated on the 21st his 93rd birth day Mrs Alex West who has been con fined to her bed for four weeks con tinues ill Mrs Marshal Eason who has been ill most of the winter shows no Capt Wm Herndons barn burned on Wednesday afternoon loss at 150 00 Callie Moor aged 82 years a highly respected colored wbman of this city died of paralysis on last Saturday Mrs Samuel Cotton of McCreary who is reported quite sick will leave soon for Louisville where she will submit to an operation for appendeci IK Union services were held Sunday evening at the Presbyterian church and all of the pastors of the town as sisted This was complimentary to the rivival now being conducted by Rev C C Brown Clean UD right away before the board of health is compelled to call your to tKth upon your prem ises or adjoining alleys and streets Clean up now Spring is here sum mer is advancing and now is the time to prevent disease I The ladies of the W C T U held appropriate services Saturday after I noon in honor of Neai Dows birthday which was the 20th Ha was a strong advocate of the temperance cause They with the assistance the ministers of the town are making pre parations for a grand rallyin the near future No more hangings in Kentucky Gov Wilson has signed the new law which was enacted by the general as sembly and provides that the death penalty shall after June 15th 1910 be inflicted by electricity It is that the el ctiic chair will cost 700000 It will be installed in the State penitentiary either at Frankfort or Eddyville Colored School Closes After a very successful year Prof L D Williams principal of tb3 color ed school announces that the closing exercises will be conducted at the court bouse on next Thursday and Friday nights There are two grad uates and the commencement address will be delivered by Prof H C Rus sell of Bloomfield Ky quite improvement I r I I of estimated attention estimated The Frat for Young Men Perfection for Boys 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 H TV Logan jMl SrHiiSr Ij JANCASTER KENTUCKY 11 i J I I P Ct r i rJ t 1 rc I w Two freight trains run together near Whites Station Mmday night about 12 oclock and three men were killed Town Lot Sold Hughes and Swinebroad sold for Mr J W Sweeney a lot adjoining his res idence on Lexington street to Dr M K Deuny for 1500 Dr Denny will build a handsome residence on it Fire Life and Accident Why Not Insure With E C Gaines 2332 28 paid lately and paid and satisfactorily to the following claimants Mrs H M Ballou Mrs Jennie West Dr W M Elliott Robt P Rout Odi Hardin Lynn Cobb and T K Watson He looks after noth ing but Insurance companies none better few as good County Assessment County Clerk J W Hamilton has just completed the recapitulation of the county assessment for 1910 taxa tion which shows the property to taxation as listed for county purposes to be about 6000000 This is a steady increase of the wealth of the county and indicates a yery heal thy business and general prosperous condition of our people The Fight is Now On The local option tight is on in earn est io Harrodsburg and the temper ance people have an able and leader in our fearless Common wealth Attorney Hon Chas A Har din We hope that the whisky peopl may be completely routed The Har rodsburg Republican has the following account of the first meeting of the temperance people A rousing local option meeting was held at the Methodist church Sunday evening under the auspices of the Epworth League The meeting was addressed by Hon C A Hardin who delivered a very strong argument against the liquor evil There was a large crowd present and all thorough lylenjoyed the address New Bowling Alley The New Brunswick Balke Bowling alley has now been installed in the room next to the pool room formally occupied by Miller Zeigl r It is the most modern one that could be bought having all the nfcjv It was opened on laht Satur day and is now being patronised by some of the best people in the town and county It will be opened two afternoons and nights a week to the young ladies on Tuesday and Friday and for two weeks the ladies are per mitted to bowl free of charge At the end of this year a hundred dollars in gold will be given to the four young ladies making the most number of pins during the year No gentlemen will be allowed inside the door unless accompanied by a lady Easter On next Sunday we celebrate the easter festival although easter day was named after a heathen goddess who was the patroness of light and spring yet this festival is the Chris tians hope and the dynamis that lifts the world The proper time for the celebration of easter has occasioned no little con troversy but the question was settled and the church adopted rules which make easter day always the first Sun day after the first full moon which happens upon or next after March 21 so this festival may come as early as March 22 or as late as April 25 This sacred occasion has been termed the queen of festivals and is celebrated in every part of the Christian world with great solemnity and devotion There are many populor observances of the day but the most characteristic easter rite and the one most widely used is that of using the colored eggs in many ways From the Christian point of view this Feast of Eggs has been usually considered as emblematic of the resurrection and of a future life Circuit Court This is the last week of Circuit Court Special Judge P M erts continues to preside and by his affable and courteous manner to law yers jury litigants and witnesses is more esteemed and liked by all On the trial of Sam Broaddus col ored for killing Winburn Cobb he was convicted of manslaughter and given two years in the penitentiary Mark Jennings for the killing of George McCowan under indictment for murder continuance on ac count of absent witnesses Jennings then made aplication to the court for bail and upon the hearing of the evi dence in rendering an opinion in the the court held that in all cases the defendant is entitled to bail except for capital offenses when the prdff is evident or presumption is great but from the proof heard the law would not allow him bail and he was sent jair without bail to await trial on fourth day of the next June term of court Robert Preston who lives near Bourne store was fined sixty dollars and cost for selling wine The grand jury will adjourned duo They have returned many in is to the commendation ot of the county for its excellent and Mr E C McWnorter foreman has been untiring in his ef torts to have ill of the law Wreck promptly t subject McRob gota Fri nt r loJ ten e J trustworthy St improvements case entitled the citizenship faithful work Igdictwh s S toe Notice To Trustees The blanks for taking the school census have arrived Trustees are hereby notified to call at my office and get same Jennie Higgins Supt Prompt Settlement The Kitihts of Maccabees on last Mondav pid to Mrs Nellie Ballou widow of the late H M Ballon 2500 the amount of insurance carried by Mr Ballou in that order The Mac cabees always settles promptly The many friends of Eld A R Moore formerly pastor of the Christian church here will be interested to know he is making a tour of the Holy Land As he puts it he has gone to see study and learn all he can of the Land of the Book in order that be may be better able to teach and preach He will be gone four months and his friends in this community join his family and congregation in wishing a von voyage a delightful visit and a safe return well in both body and mind Cannons Defeat Just to think that in a great and in telligent nation like this for many years Cannon and bis four associates the committee on rules have prevent ed if not controlled such Legislation as they and their representatives have wished That n o such condition should exist we need no argument The people have at last rebelled the democrats and the insurgent republi cans took from him not only his but even membership on the committee on rules wherein lay his chief power A political war was on when a U democrat from Texas ac cepted the speakers challenge and in troduced a resolution to throw him out of the speakership Later a vote was taken the house defeating a by representative Bui leson of Texas declaring the speakership so it remains to be seen what the outcome of this political will be Let us hope that when peace reigns again that there will be such an understanding that no one or set of men in that assembly will try to controll affairs Another Man Killed Near Bryantsville After the RECORD bad gone to press last week the shocking report came that Luther Ray had killed Creed Turner and Ray was probably fatally wounded near Bryantsville in this county The fight was a culmination of a series of criminal prosecutions of various charges against Creed Turner and his son Gilbert Turner Jr in the courts of Garrard county in which Luther Ray had been summoned as a witness for the Commonwealth to against the Turners Sometime ago Gilbert Turner Jr was indicted on the charge of infecting a lot of hogs of Sam Morfords and G Rainse was a witness in the trial of that case After the trial while returning from Mt Hebron church in company with a voung lady about nine oclock at night while though the shadow of some shrub ery Rainse was assaulted and beaten over the head with a large slick The grand jury bad indicted Creed Turner for this offence At the present term of the court Turner had made anaffldavit by which he had a continuance of this case the defense containing statements that it is repoit id pffended Luther Ray who was a witness against Turner It is said that a few days previous to the difficulty hot words had passed be tween Ray and Creed Turners brother Gilbert who is a prominent citizen in the community of the trouble and who has been an active supporter of Creed in all his trials in court Both the Turners and Ray are known to be fearless and neither of whom would avoid trouble should he think the other to be seeking it On late Thursday afternoon Ray walked from his residence through bis front yard toward the pike armed with a pistol and a shot gun in his hand and at that time Creed Turner his son Gilbert and cousin Frank Turner who were also armed with pistols and shot guns came along the road and were about to pass the front gate of Rays home and the shooting began immediately Reports are conflicting as to who fired the first shot It is said that both Creed and his son were shooting at Ray but it is not known whether Frank Turner fired any shots during the battle When the cleared away Creed was with a charge of buck shot in his face and a pihtil shot through his head Neith er Gilbert Jr Frank had been wounded Ray was seriously if not fa tally wounded with a charge of in Mi abdomen and pistol shots through his right shoulder and right bide After the fight had ceased Ray was able to walk toward his home which was only a short distance When be had almost reached front door while bis face was turned toward the scene of battle another shot rang which struck Ray directly in the forehead and fell to the ground This last shot which must have a distance of than 100 is said to be the most serious received by Ray It is not known who this Luther Ray is a son of thelate Allen Bar and has many here be ibga ef the one of the largest in the He te in a serous coodUlo I I j j j i j j i J J II 1 I with choloca I U I I Ij II II I I procured 1 I I s live 1 him chairmanship resolution vacant controversy testify passing severely smoke- dd nor buckshot oat him come from more wound fired shot relatives member county all but v SEE THE IMPERIAL DOUBLE DISC HARROW WITH FLEXIBLE FRAME Best on the market and can be used as single or double Harrow HASELDEN BROTHERS frS s frs frSgK s Give Your Money A Chance I 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 I l i l b sss tlStlsSStlS iIMItt I I I I I- IIE ae I I I I I I P3 00000000000 OOOOOOOOOO- Oj Ii I i Have your house lighted with Acetylene Lights Just the thing ftfr a farm house For sale b- jWV J Romans Lancaster Ky m a B 1 c PROTECT TOUR ROOKS Theyre too valuable to be strewn about the or house exposed to dust and damage I Of cant help it if your bookcase is fuN and the old style solid construction Better get rid of such a case or start a new one that will always accommodate your books without being either too large or too that grows wtti your library and always fits ft The Elastic BookCase Is the original and only uptodate sectional bookcase and b made by the largest manufacturers of such goods in the world Its furnished in a variety of grades sizes ft c I courseyou smallone 91ot r1Jicke 1 nom U and prices adapted to any and all Its a system of units each unit fitted with the perfection dust toshow them if you call or wiH send illustrated catalogue on request Call and see them irequire- ments bearingdoor Jfl70lu70gffQri lit M The Russell Hat m mDAVILLE KENTUCKY mJ- OO SPRING OPENING Saturday March 26 m Exclusive and Thoroughly m Distinctive Creations inMillinery m YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED m m J JrQDrQ rQDdJJ rjilH Jitf I 6 A Car Load of lQPorte and John Deere FA r r Shop ADO BUGGIESSomet- hingnew in Corn Planters and Drills the John Deere See them before buying The bestCorn Planter on earth A few Cutaway Harrows left none so good saves a team and hand each day J R Mount Son Co Ir TmU Hardware Implements Grass Seeds WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THE SOUTH SOUTHEAST DAILY QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 For FJI Partiodacc or write H C KING P T A 101 B Main St Lesbos Ky WREN YOU BUY FENCE a mighty good idea to eonquality before price Theres a lot of cheap fence on the market but you mutt when you buy fencing at a cheap price you get just what roa pay for poorly made unserviceable fence nothing more 1 II JLoo VIA calla remember I Ii J J anON O its PEERLESS WOWEN WIRE FENCE will outlast fence from cheap soft wire twice and the famous Peerlew circukr tie Peerless the fence known Make dealer furnish you Peerless He can get it made for over Tom yon Peertesc Wire F Ca LW ADIUAN 1IICa For sale by Conn Bros Lancaster Ky L7i i Crex Oil Cloth Linoleums Cuttoorder Samples Lace Curtains Dra peries Poles and Window Shades at prices that will please See our line before buying as we guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent A trial will convince you your i MattCarpets s Russ ur ian t CENTRAL RECORDISS- UED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR From The Land Of Now GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr entered at the Poll Office in Lancaster vo SecondClas Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association- and Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky March 25 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 8 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 F r Cards per line 10 H all publications in tbe inter st of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce Hon Harvey Helm a candidate to succeed himself in Congress subject to the of the Democratic party made William Sidis a Mathematician Scientist Linguist and Author at eleven years William Sidis is the son of a noted phscbolgist who believes in the law of latent energy He believes every one of us a reserve force which is used only on extraordinary occasions but which might be drawn upon constantly- It is Doctor Sidis belief that the process of education together wi b UE jog this latent energy does not begin soon enough Doctor says that tbe time when we should start to train a child ia the use ot its faculties is when the child first displays any recognition of tbe power think In his opinion that the longer it is delayed the harder it is for with every succeeding year his brain becomes and less receptive to new impressions With the birth of his son Doctor Sidis found opportunity to put his theories to a pracs ical test As a phychologistlie was well aware that the momei t the child began to peak bit interest would be in the sounds he was ut ering and accord ingly he resolved t begin his educe iim by training him to identify tbe elements of sound Taking a box of blocks he named each to the eighteen months old boy pointing out one as A bl ck another as the B block and Day after day with t reless pa be showed him how the d ffer blocks showed different sounds n for example the boy in lis ii tiT it for speech uttered tbe sound bajaba the father held the B block and the A block In way as a child not two years old leirned to talk spell and read Wishing to familiarize him witb numbers after t aching him to count lie plactd in the boys bands several old calendars and explained to him tht ir purpose be played with these as with his blocks and startled his par ents by proving to them his ability to tell on what day of the week any giv en dates would fall Meanwhile be learned not only to write but to use the typewriter His mother who from the first co operated with her husband in this ed ucational experiment cultivated tin boys imaginative be enjoyed Alice in Wonderland and Mother Goose and memorized many simple verses By tbe reached the age of six when it was decided to send him to school be was mentally far in advance of other children qf his His jiealtb bad not been impaired physically be was as he Is today a ro bust sturdy lad abounding in energy fond or games and ready for play months starting to school he passed through grades only in one branch of study Jie deficient Is t in which be now exceli mathematics Appar 1 1 i I 1910I I r line i The educational experiment which I I I possesses Sid is to I I I lent I tani e upI i alter branch I r action t increasingly unified sot side time he year ever biz seven was cane This S V P INI iS J f wM ar L1Ya t Kitchen Cabinet 2750 time 250 down 100 per week for 25 weeks I 2590 Cash F G HURT The Furniture LANCASTER KENTUCKY Man ently he could not master the rudi ments of arihtnetlc The father not at al disturbed when he was in formed how dull the teachers found him in tlu respect They do not know how to interest him be said The manner in which be set about tridling bin sons mind in this direct ion orient well be an object lesson fur every parent There was nothing compulsory he did not threaten or scbold His first move was to buy the boy dominoes with which he taught him games of adding He would also give him lumps of sugar to be dirt ibuted equally among the fam ily Finally he became so interested of his own accordbe began a system atic study of mathematics and at eight years completed the mathemat ical course in High School For lack of space we cannot tell how he was taught the language sciences anatomy etc other tban to say they were made and never com pulsory He was taught says Doc tor Sid is how to make proper use of facul its He was taught to draw on bis stock of latent energy and any chill of normal intelligence could be educated the same way Doctor Si dis in speaking to parents adds should be made to realize what they owe their children they must devote care and thought to the first years The on 3 tIlling needful after the preliminary stage of thought training has been past is to appeal to a childs interest Do not try to drive him to big books he will go t them willingly enough if you will make them attractive to him It means in finite patience and a great expendi ture of lime but the result will more than repay effort The turnpikes of the county are maintained by taxation The dirt roads by unpaid for work of not more than six days each year by all able bodied male citizens between the ages of eighteen and fifty We therefore have in effect at this time two sys tems for repaiii ig tbe free roads There is an increasing dissatisfac tion on the part of our citizens who live on roads with the pre sent plans our several sugges tions in the RECORD regarding roads a number of our readers have written us complaining of injustice to them in the general effect of the road But no tangible plan has been laid before us to remedy tbe wrong if there be It has only been a few years since the turnpikes were purchased and changed from toll to free roads In many if not all the contracts of purchase it is ti her stip ulated or implied that the county will continue to maintain the turnpikes as free macadam roads The county is therefore under contract to keep up the turnpikes Tbe county levy for ro id purposes is up to the consti tutional limit Wnen all the funds fo road purposes are expended only a smell portiou goes t 1 the dit roads In order for an improvement in the dirt road a plan must be to either and keep in re pair the turnpikes cheaper tban in the past or enlarge in some way the general road fund for the county must carry out its contracts with the former owners of tbe pikes The dirt roads however are receiving more than ever before but this does not satisfy the public The rap id of the general social condition demands that the improve of the dirt roads keep pace with other public matters not however to tueSacrifice of turnpikes but in the betterment of hath We interpret the law on roads t contemplate that the two road systems be applied in harmony and more under one than is perhaps being done summer plague the little bouse fly will soon be on hand and with appearance ills that are not duly by many people Clean and continue to clean your premises and the flies de strnctiye work is greatly reduced Tb Indianapolis News makes follow lug timely commetit about the fly The estimate that 10000000 a year is spent in this country for fly screens is probably not exaggerated Every person his bo e was- I I a of I intere tng hi your I the dirt Since I I any went manage The i s I lpped set Parents system system de- vIsed attention advancement melt Holy cot t comes considered the who z adequately with screens rea izes tie expense And even with scree s there must he eternal u ilauce to keep nut the fI es And why is all this so Becaus we are not cleanly It is not a pleasant admission t make but it is none the less true In too many of the back yards of residences during the sum mer season will be found open garbage receptacles lit i these goes a wanton waste of food to form breeding places for the flits which later on are to poi son our fresh food and make us sick It is notable fiat there are fewer flies downt wn than there are in the residence districts Some welke t office buildings are practically clear of them and screens in such places are almost unknown This Ii because they afford no place for the fly tj breed and nothing for it to eat Filth and decomposition are necessary fur the propagation of flies and tbe less of this there is the fewer flies there will be If all garbage were kept in tight ly covered receptacles and if all filth were cleaned HP the decrease in the number of fli s would be surprising and there would undoubtedly be a sharp decrease in tbe summer death rate We are entering upon a new era in America Our National State and inunici pal boards of hygiene better sanitary laws associations of doctors philanthropic and other organizations bureaus of medical research improved hospitals and better trained nurses and doctors are rapidly improving the health of our nation Irving Fishers recent re port on national vitality tells us that in tbe U S at all times tbere are actually 3000000 people sick and this sickness cost America 1500000000 a year twice the revenue of the Government So by this report we find America has a tremendous sick list and tbe greatest reform before tbe country today is to get well We have obliterated yellow fever and scurvy and almost ended small pox In an other generation any city with a ty phoid epidemic will be scorned and we shall have tuberculosis well under contro Whie we find this great country as a whole making such a vigorous war on as a t twn not neglect these most im portant facts pertaining to the bealtb of our little city As spring time ap proaches let us get tu work to have every sanitary arrangement possible Let us wisely spend a great deal of thought on the conservation of our natural resources and devoting our effort and thought to conserving vital resources By lengthening strengthening our lives we can create a new and higher civilization in this tired old world The opportunity for the success o the Democratic patty is tbe most fl t teiing foryaars The bitter antagc nism in Congress between the Repub lican representatives of Cannonism and the Republican Insurgests is only an evidence lack of harmony among the voters of this party Tbose who are believers in the principles c f the Democratic party are getting tc gether and uniting upon definite Pull cies Then let the host of Democracy select only such to represent us in the Legislative ball as can be depended upon tj stand by tbe party men who will not serve the Trust and organized interest but who at heart and soul in sympathy with the interest of the masses The voters will then rally to our party and victor will be ours in both 1910 and Of the many things the Legislature failed to do that the people wanted thereIs one for which the people are glad that law was left in ex istence Wormology should be studied very parent If your child is nervous fretful starts sleep is pasty Jaced has under its eyes always seems hungry is gaining weight you can be sure tbfr trouble jSjvprrns Whines Cream Vermi fudge is an absolute cure for Is its own purgative Sold I I I I I national I I I I I the prevailing diseases of today let us I I lour ofsimilar men I 1912 the dog NoW let It be enforced 1 j Kberh 1 I Professor everywhere care in Its rings not wove t Edison Cygnet Horn Graphophonc latest type 2700 A large stock of 2 and 4 minute records on hand at all times 35 and 50cts 4 I IF ANY ONE KNOWS i a Good Flour t ioo IT IS THE Women and one good reason that we are so j Glen Lilly Flour ebt is because they all say it is the best WHITE HOUSE FLOUR is next When you say Flour to the grocer say Glen L ly first hell understand and If your grocer has no Glen Lily or WhiteHouse Flour tell us we will tell you the ones that have iARRARD MILLING CO LANCASTER KY OFFICERS E L Woods President W C Fish Vice President WG Keraper Cashier O I Terrill Assi Cashier DIRECTORS Marion COY L Arnold Woods R6Guyn- JSBarrovvs VCWyun EL Voods PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KENTUCKY Capital Stock z6ooooo Deposits 10000000 Surplus and Uandivided Profits 100000 Your Bunking no matter how Large no matter how small The Peoples Bank will give ik careful attention This message applies to men and alike Come in and s us we are always glad to see yon The safest and most convenient way to do your Is through a bank With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with years of exper ience the Peoples Bank Paint LICk Ky stand ready to serve you Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky I I i I i t i I i ItII R Ii J B I II I badness I 4 oft 1 f wC Fish women Buggies Road Wagons AND BUGGY HARNESS Syracuse Plows Cutting arid Drag Harrows Great Combined Stallion Will make the season of 1910 at J N Denny farm 4J miles Lancaster on Richmond pike at 2S for a Utvlnx foal OeiNNV BROTHERS Uanea te OmL HAMMAC Paint Lick OGC I E A BUCKLE 1467 x k Ky t ions oooOooocoooooGco j IT IS TIME yoU WERE THINKING ABOUT YOUR SPRING J H SUMMER ClOTHES and we are all ready with a Big Stock For Your Choosing WE offer you a City stock to select from and give you much better attention and quicker service and take a personal interest in pleasing you We can sell much cheaper than the City our expenses are much less while we buy as cheap as the biggest Store in the City WE are the only store in Central Kentucky that has a RESIDENT BUYER in New York City This enables us to keep in close touch with all the change of fashion We fief the new things almost asquick as New York as t T TAILORED SUITSW- Ehave in stock over 200 new tailored suits smart snappy styles different from the ordinary Made as only first class men can make them All the popular shades of Grey Tan Pongee Blues etc White serges and black suits from 15 to 45 DRESSES FULL line of the new Accordeon pleated silk dresses in alLcol ors Other dresses of Pongee Foulard Rajah Taffetas etc suitable street reception or evening wear Prices of silks from i5 50 White Lingerie dresses at every piice up to 40 in a great riety ofstyles Wash dresses in linens ginghams reps etc at all prices House dresses at 125 150 200 Dress bincns WHITE dress linens in any kind and weight desired from the sheerest linen lawns up to the heaviest Austrian linens All qualities from a god union dress linen 34 inches wide at I5C yard up to fist If you cannot see them here write for samples Silk Waists SPECIAL line of Seco silk waists in black white and all colors at25o Another line of plain taffeta stripe taffeta and satin waists iat 3 75 sold at 500 Accordeon pleated waists at 375 Childrens Dresses- WE have just received a choise line of wash dresses chil dren for all sizes from 6 to 14 years Prices from 125 to 300 Wash Waists ALL kinds to select from either tailored styles or lingerie from ooc to 10 We offer three kinds of strictly tailored waists made of Pure Irish Linen at 125 each Piece Silk AN immense stock of silks by the yard Many excellent qual ities new dress silks for street dresses and party dressesat 35 and SOc Foulard silks at 75c and up Rajah style silks at Soc to i Pongees silks 36 inch at 1 Japonica silks and Costume Chiffon in all col ors 27 inch at 250 yd It will pay you to see our silks j for th- ei 1l usnall I tailors L tot vat I for f sad WASH GOODS WE have in stock over 1000 pieces of new wash fabrics at every price from zoo up Our stock of ginghams is the largest you will see anywhere and all at old prices We have full color lines of French Lina French Crashe Pervanco repp Silk Poplins Auchter muchty suitings Galateas Madras etc Take the time to look at these lines WHITE GOODS FLAXONS at 150 aoc and 25c Sherette at 20 and 25C Lin en Lawns from 3oc to 850 Mercerized Batistes 250 to 750 In fact all kinds of white goods that is in demand Be sure to look at the Marquesettes Voiles and Sablettes These are all new waisting materials Also the new all over embroidered mercerized Batistes for waists And while on white goods dont forget the new allover embroideries for waists and overskirts and the 27 inch flounces as you are sure to themWash Suits IT is a little early for these but we are showing a full line of tailored linen coat suits from 7 to 30 Munsing Underwear THIS line is the Aristocrat of the underwear world The best fitting and best made of them all We have ladies union suits at 50C to 2 Mens union suits from i to 2 Childrens at Soc Just try these one time and you will know why they can sell 20000 each day Corsets WHY be satisfied with an ill fitting corset when you can be perfectly fitted with a Redfern Warners Rustproof or Gossard front lacing of sizes in from i to 6 Silverware REMEMBER that we carry the largest stock of Sterling silver table ware in Central Kentncky The only place where you will find aline of such patterns as Paul Revere Colonial LaFayette And not only will you find the correct styles and best goods but also the lowest prices Panama skirts Voile skirts Serge skirts and Novelty skirts at all prices from 5 up All sizes from 22 waists to 36 waists j I I I I allqualities Skirts from 1 WE are just opening up our new Spring lines of Ladies and Shoes Everything new no old stock at all For ladies we have all the very latest shapes of Oxfords and Pumps in Patent Leather Gunmetal Cravenette and Suedes All freshly made stock and prices as low as possible for highgrade work VI m DANVILLE KENTUCKY Children s 11 d Q q JB BtQ t i W rAr IIr 1JU cfM 11 tr1Jq 0 rrrm IAI I1 i IU iJ c j P t 7 if t w 1 General News John C Mabry and tblrteen asso elates were found guilty by a jury in the Federal Court at Council Bluffs Ia for illegal use of the mails in con nection with gigantswindtingschemes they had operated for years It is sid the combination bad mulcted victims 4000000 Col Roosevelt will sail for New York June 10 on the steamer Kaiserin Auguste Vitoria aud the vessel is to reach port June 12 The former President bas agreed to a reception if it is President Taft has challenged Earl Grey Governor General of Canada to an international game of gulf next summer The contest will take place on the links of the Myopia Club near BeverlyAlan a member of the National League baseball team died at his home in Newton last Friday Halt a million dollars a record high price for a painting was paid for the celebrated portrait of Franz Hals the Dutch painter and his family paint ed by himself The purchaser was Otto Kahn the banker J P Morgan bid between 350000 and 400000 for the picture Gov W lson vetoed the bill increas ing the salary of the Prison Com missioners and the act providing a per sion of 12 a month for indigent and helpless Confederate soldiers There were 208 business failures in the United States for the week ending March 17 as compared with 250 last week 224 in the like week of 1909 303 in 1908 157 in 1907 and 170 In 1906 Three men were killed last Friday in an explosion in mine No 2 Wear Coal Company near Pittsburg Kan Rescuers brought out all the other men uninjured The victims were smotberad by black damp The report of the National Ginncrs Association issued at Memphis shows that 10031000 bales of not in cluding linters which will amount to about 255 000 bales were ginned to the eud of the season of 190910 Dr Davsd Amos of county and five other men prominent in the Patch were indicted Monday I t Hopkiusville on the charge of taking part in the night riders raid on Hop kinsville The grand jury is stil at work and it is reported that more true hills may be returned Forty five persons are known to te dead and many others were seriously injured in a wreck on the Rock Island Railroad near Marsbaltown Iowa Howard Camnitz star twirler of lasts years Pittsburg baseball team has signed with the champions for 1910The Kentucky Racing Commission at Lexington selected W R Shelby of Louisville to be in charge of the meeting which begins there April 30 and continues to May 7 It was an nounced that no purse under 300 will be offered and that most of them will be 400 or over Mrs G A Beazley Trenton Ky says I had fine success in treating my fowls for Limberneck and Cholera with Bourbon Poultry Cure I gave hem the medicine in both dunking water and food I the remedy fine Sold by J Mount Son BUENA VISTA Mr and Mrs James Hamilton were recent visitors at G H Lanes Mrs Sim Davis has been suffering witn grippe Effort is being made to secure a post office in Pollys Bend If secured the office will be kept in the store of Rich ard Wood with a mail Mr Will Champ and family of Lan caster spent Saturdaynight and Sun day with Mr and Mrs Sim Davis Mr and Mrs John Poor have return ed from a visit to Mr and Mrs Ed Ballard near Stanford Virgil Wilds of Burgin has been visiting relatives here Mrs Robinson and son of Mercer attended church here Sunday and dined with Mrs Albert Skinner Miss Florence Christopher visited friends in and Point last week Miss Jennie Skinner visited the tam Hy of Mr Batin at Lancaster last week GILES We are glad to report that Ed Chandler who has been very sick is againMrs Murphy and handsome little children were visiting filends in Jessamine last week Lige H nrt bought anice young horse for 125 Richard Burton Is very sick at this writing Stotts was in Lexington on business last week Mrs Loc Murphy bought a nice milk from James Turner of Jessamine for We are sorry to that Burton son of Mr and Mrs Forest Stapp is very sick at this writing Mr and Mrs were visiting their daughter Mrs Robert Long of Stone last Sunday Mr Andrew Stotts was visiting his sister Mrs George Fain of Jessamine last week We are glad to report that Mrs Lizzie McCulley who has been very sick improving Yrs George Grow of Hackly visit d her sister Mrs Ei Chandler last J forover expected public Cincinnati Stat Caldwell Buck like semiweekly Lancaster 150 I BRaY nonpartisan Miss cot on Leaven William cow thee w irr l VV- t E aw BUSINESS MANS PHILOSOPHY Grievances voiced are half cured The easiest thing to cultivate Is The sharp man generally cuts his own fingers The best working formula to is concentrated energy The sunny side of your makeup best lights the road to success Orders given aggressively are obeyed just that same way You can improve your own business by keeping out of other peoples An ounce of directed enthusiasm Is worth a ton of constrained effort System Is like when you master it ruinous when it mas ters you Failure anticipated Jolts hard the plank of opportunity across the stream of success When you see your employer a customer resign before he tries his hand on you Its possible to worry so much about what you ought to do that you never find time to do what you might Warwick James Price in The Book Keeper JOTTINGS The barking dog carries no bones Why worthy women love worthless men Is a mystery Every homely woman imagines that she has a beautiful soul When a girl says she feels faint it means that she is hungry Strange as it may seem a nagging woman often loves her husband Some spinsters act kittenish they are too old to know better If a man looks at his watch while you are telling a story cut it short Wives look forward to buying new clothes and husbands to paying for themWhen it comes to minding their own business men have wqmen beaten to a frazzle If people were compelled to follow their own advice they would generate a better brand No man would be able to escape matrimony if nature had fixed it so that all women could have been born widowsWhen a millionaire points out the road to riches he invariably designates one that leads away from his own private hunting grounds SCINTILLATIONS Theres many a slip twixt the razor and lip Whoever is worth doing at all gets done to a turn It doesnt take much sparking to kindle the flames of love Never judge a man by his actions He may need the money More than half our suspicions have foundations like air castles Still a gumchewing girl may be worthy a cigarette smokers love Dont take up so much room and you will have less house cleaning to doA thinks shes charitable If she only tells half her neighbors faultsOne taste of defeat Is enough to discourage some men all the rest of their lives Before marriage a girl has winning ways after marriage she acquires the holdup habit When a girl admires a young mali who is attached to another girl she tries her best to brek the fastenings CURBSTONE PHILOSOPHER In many a business the silent money talks the loudest Homely persons readily believe that most mirrors are defective To get a reputation for having your advice accepted find out how those who ask you for it desire to be The mat who thinks it beneath his dignity to play secoad fiddle rarely gets into the Our friends are persons to whom we say things that we would not dare to say to our enemies A man Is always ready to dis cuss all subjects doesnt know muck about any Is not nearly the menace to increase in population that deaths among in fanta are Eight out of of these deaths are directly or in directly cans ed by bowel troubles Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysentary soar stomach and all infant ailments of this nature Just the thing forteeth is babies Price 25c find 50c per bot 4e Sold by B E XcRoberts 1 SUBSCRIBX TOKTnCBKTKAL UGOWfc suspicion success usually garden moneyuseful cheat- Ing because advised who ace McGees f 6 partners bandwagon Suleirle ten k Iseicmers Sale ef LaM GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Laura E Dunn and Others Plffs vs Ike S Dunn and Others Underand by virtue of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its regular March 1910 in the abovestyled action I as Master Com missioner of said court iu said case will ou Monday March 2Blbf 1910 be tween 10 oclock a m and oclock p m It being the regular county court day of said county rur 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 and Sugar Creek turnpike corner to Mc Graths heirs thence leaving the pike and with their chains to a stake on the east bank of a branch corner to same and in line to thence S 86 E 575 chains to a stake new a beech snag N li W chains Lem Teaterat 12 10 chains and cros sing branch at 1680 chains in all 1775 chains to a fence post at north draw bars corner to said Teatrthence with eleven lines N 62 W 6 08 chains to a fence post 10 feet N RoC isycamore N 72 2 chains N 84i W 97 links to a marked black walnut S 89 W 284 chains to a black locust S 69 W 1 94 chains N 43 AV 69 links to a double cedar N Hi W 412 chains to a wild cherrv N 9i W 233 chains to a Mack locust N 7iAV882 chains SSIt W 25U chains to points feet west of a marked black locust N i V sing fore and aft a black locust at 168S chains in all 1708 chains to a point in containing 84 572 acres Second tract in the middle of the Bryantsville and ugar Creek turnpike a new corner ti tirst tract thence new division line tTeavlngpike and with fenceSE passing fore and aft ablack locust at 25 links in all 17 08 chains to a point 5 feet west of a marked E 250 882 chains to black locust S 9i E 2 33 chains to a wild cherry S Hi E 4 12 chains to a 284 chains to a marked black walnut S 84i E 97 links S72iE 2 chains to a north edge of draw bars thence N 4 E passing corner of the 60 acre and 1024 acres tracts purchased by Dunn from Jenkins at 1411 chains in alt 1779 chains to cornerof said 10 24 acre tract with the 1259 acre tract pur chased by Dunn from Jenkins thence with line of said 1259 acre tract N 34i W 9 13 chains to another corner thence still with line of said 1259 acre tract N 4 E 1458 chains to the middle of the aforesaid pike thence with middle of pike and the meanders thereof N 1182 chains to the beginning containing 40 39 acres Both tracts containing in the one boundary 124962 acres Said sale is made for the purpose of investing under the further orders and judcments of this court the proceeds of this sale in ottr r lands in the same way and with limitations and reservations the land now to he sold is held and owned by the parties to this action TERMS sale will be made on a credit of six aud twelve months one half of the purchase money being due in six months from day of sale and the other half being due in twelve mouths from day of sale and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with good security to the Master Commissioner for the purchase money bearing six percent interest per annum from date of sale till paid upon which ex ecution may not paid at the same having force and ef fect of a judgment A lien will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money and interest aforesaid The purchaser has the privilege of paying off said bends before maturity by paying the princi pal of said bonds and the interest thereon from day of sale to the ma turity Said two tracts will be sold in one boundary or bodY but by the acre W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit CourtG B Swinebroad Atty for Plff Defts term 2 boundarybut line S 5 262 poplarNedge or W vas the before mentioned turnpike a new pikeSat l Tnt Jack locustS 811 chins S E a 69iEsycamoreS W thesame Said VP VV E512 log camp 7f 75 issued maturity J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3L Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY r Coal FOR SALE Cheap For Cash or ProduceJ- ust received a car load of Black Bear Coal Hens 2icts Also a car of KNAWHA SALT lust received Highest market price for Poultry Sfcff Hide Iron Bone Rubber and Ifetal Stones old stand Campbell street thedepot hrs sear rllB Northcott jQ V Newin with your friends and play a game My New Bowling Alley is now open You can always get a CUE at one of the FOUR TABLES in my NEW POOL ROOM The place for innocent amusement on corner of public square Lancaster Kentucky MRS W O D IT NLA P JfttlE 4lEtlEtlE aallitlRa l LJ rlw AIlI e YJ 1 Come I Ets lts The 1 1 I r I tIEtIEtlEtlEtIII alitlEtlEi1IEaE aRalRaIIt aRlR s1E t1E IE t1E BoW1ing I New Sest I Copyright Han Schaffncr Marx YOU very dressy men particular about style about fit about the shapekeeping quality of clothes be particular about quality too be sure you get allwool fafeiries in the clothes you buy whatever you buy and whatever price you pay Schaffner Marx clothes offer ajl you want in clothes better style than tne tailor can possibly design feet ter w rkrainshjip titan he can produce and every fabric strictly allwool There are no other readymadte clothes like these and thats why we sell totem The best isnt too good for our We want you to see ire new colors and pat terns and the new snappy weve got ready for you suits and overcoats I SUITS moo to 3000 I This tee home of Hart SaBer Minx JAS WSMITH Z i i your i Dart i I customers earl ain I Ss o co Oc 0 Isl r ere z w stems storey tJ s WALK JSJOBN vice 2ssft OttOANftZED 1663 F HUDSON Cashier ProP and Carcfol AttertfcanBasl9M Solicited J Johnson B F Hi dm J J T Alex Gibbs Lewis 1 C A WHY NO IF HAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED BEAZLEY Tb aT1BM TIONAIL lIB f UNfJASTIUl KY i- t1PITM hr CD W Bookk t I WuKEKJa r t IDmlXYlOBi S Walker Walker I I 1 NOW OSee NiatioUi Bokor t jUJ t c o 11fn h ui al Ir Dniosu LIB Bc li OBlexA t ai ASst Book M Arnold Atfhefd j 1 i Tancast it- i Y 4 fir PAINT LICK Miss Nancy Tenill of Richmond spent from Saturday till Monday with her parents Mr and Mrs John Terry Mr and Mrs Henry Biddleberjjer Lancaster have peen the guests of R N Beazley Mrs Ann Robinson of Lancaster is visiting relatives here Mr H E Rucker wife and child ren of Louisville have returned borne after a visit to his parents Miss Nettle Treadway H guest of her sister at Berea Mr and Mrs Arthur Bottoer of Lebanon have been visit idg Mr and Mrs J D Burcheli Mr George Patterson of Lancaster was in our midst last Monday Mr W M Mays S Marshall of Richmond has beer the guest Treadway and wife Mr G C Rice ataSDr Patrick were in Richmond last Suriday Mr Geo Slavjp who has been sick for some time auntftaues very ill HovfeQpod Mews Spreads ipyearf old and travel most or the timewrites B F Tolson of Elizabethtown Kv Everywhere Igo liiecommend Electric Bitters excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time They never fail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily joy Try them poly 50c Satisfaction i posi tively guaranteed by R E McRoberts1m About Medium A prominent clergyman was baptiz fag an infant The father whose same was McCabe being present the pastor In writing it inquired whether he spelled it with a large C or a small c to which the proud father replied MJddlin large it you plaze father Stuborn As Mules are liver and bowels somel lines seem to balk without cause Then theres trouble of Appetite Indi gestion Nervousness Despondency Headache Hift such troubles fly be fore Dr Kiels New Life Pills the worlds Stomach and Liver re medy So HIV 25c at R E Mc Roberts lm fust FirstBe Tried As a rule a man must have been long tried and found sterling before his suggested business innovations received with even good grace It real genius who as an employe Introduce reforms into a business at the same time advance his interests f I lOt the and Y otDr I tam lowe my I tneliver J i wilea ca and iQ1Dl i because Loa bens COLUMBIADoubleDisc Records 65c They fit any machine outwear any other re cords inthe world Double value for your money Get a catalog 6 RT7j F1t I I aid Call in y- i9 w v Y Q4KFJ F E+ EDITOR IN ALKALI EYE WANTS TO JUST WHAT HE MISSED Judging From Results There Some Remarkable Stuff in His Subscription Jug and He Is Wondering We wish we knew what some put into our subscription jug yestiddy all we know Is thet one of th finest drinkin ducks o Alkali come wobblin inter our presence yestiddy jest after th aforesaid subscription bed ben an in response ter his pleadin look we jerked our thumb toardst jug an he went over an fastened nisself onto th neck of it an took three gurgles then he drapped th onto th imposin stone where it an hollered then he riz up his toes an hollered agin then jumped three foot inter th air an out another yawp an though we start ed fer him th minute th jug smashed an though we had ony about six ter go ter reach him before we could git ter where he was at he hed three times rolled over on th floor four times wiped his tongue th office towel once an run th office like a cat with a fit whilst we managed ter land onto gable end with a galley as he outen th winder they was not much satisfaction in that fer us an seemed ter be bavin so many troubles with himself thet we dont he ever knew we landed till got sobered up an tried ter set down VVe went back ter where he hed drapped th jug an smelt o th pieces an tried ter pick some o th dope up with th office sponge but they was so much other foreign matter in th sponge thet we couldnt taste th dope at all then we went ter th door an looked up th road at th cloud o dust thet was adwindlin into th distance an we seen thet it wouldnt be no good tryin ter overtake th party th first part an there wouldntve ben no result by a homicide if we had ketched up with him an whilst we was hungerin ter commit murder we was ahungerin worse fer a drink We would like ter know whut it was in th Jug we believe thet if we could it a good snifter o thet kind o dope underneath the waist blind of our we could beat our own record at lickin a policeman an that would be goin some When we went back th stone was asmokin there was a hole burnt into th floor an th sponge was on fire an they was a scorched streak th entire lenth of th office towel but aside from them few traces of th late disaster was all right Ef we kin find th name of th stuff thet done it all we shall challenge th winner of th JohnsonJeffries fight Ef th duck thet poured th subscription will come back agin he will hear o something to our advantage Meantime we air ready ter years subscrip tion fer a new jug Alkali Eye in the Houston Post Separating Them Mr Grubb an elderly bachelor been troubled for a week or two with a pain in his back went to his doctor The physician who was just starting to see a patient prescribed two large porous plasters and told him to call again in about a fortnight and reportMr complied with directions He went to a drug store and bought the plasters and after a prolonged struggle with them in his own succeeded in getting them properly in place Being a very small man the two nearly cornered his whole back At the end of two weeks he called at the physicians office again Well how is back asked the medical man iSound as a dollar Hasnt pained me any for ten days or more Glad to it You may take the plasters off whenever you please Not much exclaimed Mr Grubb removing his coat and vest taking off his collar and locking the door of the doctors office I touch em Theyre bigger than I am What t want you todo now doctor Is to pulL me oft the plasters Youths Com An Awful EruBtlan- of volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin will bft as short It you use Arnica Salve their quickest Even the the worst Dqilsnlcerg or fever sores soon healed by it for Burns Bruises Lips Chapp i I I TROUBLE KNOW Was duck received our jug onto he let feet on around and his went he other he I i of I I pants an everything j room hear ion t are I RIf25c 1m 1it V busted hollered believe I exchanges haying however your wont Buckled cure Beet Cuts Sore asaatrelief r No Occasion for Apoogy Can you tell me where the jardi nier department is the hurrying wo man shopper asked No maam replied Mr Lincoln park Can you direct me to the department I beg your pardon he said I took you for a floorwalker Dont apologize for a compliment like that maam he answered but the woman was in too big a hurry to hear i A Suggestion The girl who is an interior decora tor was walking down Fifth avenue with a woman friend says the New j York Press They stopped at a quaint little store full of beautiful antiques and other things Its the height of my ambition said the girl to have a little store like that and sell antique and beau tiful things I love antiques Cant you get an antique husband asked the woman who would set you up in one HardEarned Recreation Mrs Newrich O dear no My hus band dont have to be in business no more Hes just a gentleman now Mrs Bluffer That must a pleas ant change for him Stray Stories Oleo as a Calf Food JCw hope appears for the oleo makers in recent tests at an experi ment farm In Italy it was found that the best feeding material for calves was a mixture of skim milk with oleo margarine The calves are not likely to object to this substitute for the natural food and it would seem that the oleo oil if It could be bought at a price low enough would be just the thing to even up the composition of skim milk It Is claimed that a good quality of veal can be made on this ration at a low cost Care of Stock Go down to the barn every night after supper and see that everything Is all right with the stock half the stock and give all of the feed to what remains than to stint the whole herd How many thousands of dollars are farmers to los during the present wia ter by letting the stock run down A T SCOTT AuctioneerBuena Vista Kentucky 7 Years Experience 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Write me for dates Will be in Lancaster every county court day to serve you Phone No 19R Burgiii Exchange TJred Women WMKI w ri ai tire verwKk need t Me tfweak tfrdtaess will Ml leave y f teelf Take torfte aflmcHs sad weak ThMsaris f WMMI have fried CarM a write II I J I furniture I I b i i I I I Betters u going and That teeny less f tbai 1 itiess lSlaSUt i fri Sr CwOI Ot wes its jFFeM leaf Ntit I Tatra CARDUI Arfceal kHer frMi Mrs Ckaiies Braw tf Sweater bi says TMfie ea NU Mtdt a days wwk I mid wwrk awMteaadsfe iMva I sail strays ifwe KtiKto ytv aedleiae I i t 4 tj c j t 11 II NI telbswlMeiyured ite bas due Irlelek- reI rope talib Card I L I Ml f1 k4Sy 4 w d THE Garrard Bank Trust Co 1XCORPORATED Capital Stock 5000000 R E Pres Banks Hndsoa Vice Pres R I B rt Vice Pres J W Elmore Cashier D A Thamaa Awt Cashier L Eltia BMkKeestr Comparative statement of its growth Individual Deposits January i 1907 1653474 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 1 909 I 1 645236 Jan 1 191O 13564758 IE Jf Roberts R t t Cream Vermifuge I VHITElI THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TOM CEWAMC Of IMITATIOil- Sf TM CCNU1NC PRCPAMCO OMLT BallardSnow Linimeat McRoberts Drug Store W L DOUCLAS 3OO35O4OO n Ca- T LOW xo for Record I Subscribe S5OO SHOES UNION MADEBoys S o s 200 250 MIl Fast Color Eyelets Used do NtLYrwtY THE National Bank Of Lancaster Sirtte 520000 A R DENY resident J E STORIES Vice Prwt S C DISH Cartier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennv J WI Williams Capital 50000 L Gilt li TIE GHUUITEEI WORM REMEDY W Aoc the fewwt price ia tile werU Their excelleat style easy fitta kk prices feryear shoes tfceBert Jam eW apair ire W L Da ba akaaa triaL Yen save mem fMtwearaMl jet tItcoedm every way as th beea yen If ca U visit at Brpckteav MM ud fer ye nlf J W SMITH Popular Music just received in stock A fine line of late Vocal and Instrumental MUSICat zscts per copy L cwea excel tItee Lee can are have costing prices you our Iutee carefully W L ors ww ties wyy they their fit wear tIaaa C4VTIeN w L Doudume and Dyke the bottom uct Inferior abOs Tike m UWL wu eor1IiU Order t ii lIUIIt LlIC llw L Douglas are and of ether melOes If you have paying a ea yur sees just as that higher fadries hew Des Ias ahetii yw aaderbad keld shags butr asile makes i thenighprice e notforwleNtyour- ZcR MAILS i J4 WOOl Highest Market Price Farmers this is the season Stock Food We have just received a large shipment IITEfiHTIOUL and are selling it at 285 per 25 pound pail as long as this lot lasts R E McRoberts Fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Gardam- StnwMfiy fMBl P Hillinm er tSon ROOTT CO I I toI I I 11 I II Nosier IM 7 w r1use oft e fir CautaK- H Of Ladies and Misses Spring Attire A superb display of New Fashions that will be worn this Spring by well dressed women Smart styles in Ladies Suits ReadyMade Dresses Waists and Skirts Come and view this style exhibit Joseph Mercantile Company ladders In Dn Goods Notions and Ladies Tailoring c I p 1 Grand Showing I j t jt At March 26th 1910 I I I TheI n High Class e31 j Easter h s SaturdayJose I t Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings ly Those Wt Arc to Mr Doo Gill was in the Falls City SundayW Rigney was in Winchester on business Mrs John M Earra is in Lexington on a vuit to fi lends Miss Susie Sprat tleft Monday for a to Lowtl friends Robert Walker of Richmond is vis it iig Lancaster friends Buck Harris of Stanford was a visitor here Wednesday- Mr Hilly Burton was in Lexing ton the first of this week Miss Bessie D Yami of Stanford is the guest of Bast in Miss Helen Gill has returned from a pleasant visic in C incinnati Mr and Mrs Cal Kevins of Crab Orchard were in town Tuesday Mrs J A Dudderar spent week wiuh her sister Mrs Alex West Mr W G Kemper and Dr Carman of Paint Lick were in town Tuesday Mr E C Barnard cf Washington D J was here for a short visit this week The Ciiatauqua Circle met Wed nesday afternoon wIth Mrs Fred P Frisbie Miss Katie Simpson has returned from a weeks visit to the city of Lex ingtonMiss Lottie Carson of Stanford is the attractive guest of Hiss Irene Roman Mrs MUe Terrill of Richmond is here visiting her sister Mrs Susie Leaven Miss Bettie West is in Richmond visiting her sister Mrs Ethel West DarnoldCharley Tevis and Lee Perkins are in Danville and Lexiigton on a visit to friends Dr Wm Burnett was called to Shelbyville on Professional business this week 3Ir Ed Wells of Louisville was the recent guest of Judge R A Burnside and family Mr B Watertield of Paris has been tie recent guest of Mr and Mrs E N Wallace Mrs Jesse Arnold of Frankfort is here with her mother Mrs Ella Bet tis and family Mrs Joanna Ball lias from a visit to her daughter Mrs of Stanford Elder M Tinder and W R Cook attended a banquet in Hustonsville Friday evening Mr Baker Walker of Nicholasvillp has been tbe recent guest of Mr Mrs W O RIgney Jesse Walden of Danville was with Mr and Mrs Charles Anderson Sat urday and Sunday John Leavell Armstrong of is here for a visit to his aunt Bell Leavell 1I 4tW J recently hit I I so loft I I I returned F O J Frankfort I y I b t Mrs t w 1 i t 1- Campbell ands 1 i t lisa Maj W H Collier of Louisville i here with his sister Mrs J E Robinson for a few days Guy Hunley of Danville was hen Wednesday in his new Chalmoutl Detroit touring car Miss Emma Layton has returnee from several weeks enjoyable visit t friends in Somerset Mr and Mrs T J Price were ii Danville the past week visiting Dr and Mrs S P Grant Miss Cora Poor of Buena Vista was the attractive guest of Miss Mia nie Brown Wednesday Miss Edna Shriver made a shot stag this week with her cousins Misses Rella and Mary Arnold Mrs Samuel Lackey of Madison county was here last week visiting her sister Mrs Robert Arnold Mrs George Ballew has returned tJ her home in Richmond after visiting her mother Mrs Edna Francis Mrs Henry Simpson and little daughter EPzabetb Logan have re turned from a stay in Lexington Mrs Julia Walker and daughter Miss Emma Wjluer are guests of Mr and Mrs Samuel Cotton of McCreary Misses Emma and Miy Craig Mof fatt of Lebanon have arrived for a visit to tin ir sister Mrs Towls Wal kerMrs Mtria Kirby left the past week for a visit to her brothers Messrs Wm J and A M Kiunaird of Middles boroMr and Mrs Louis Landram have returned to Richmond after a pleas ant sojourn with Mrs H A B Marks buryMr Silas Ashley is at home again spending the winter in Tampa Fla with his daughter Mrs J H DavisMrs J W Sweeney is at home from a months stay in Lexington where she went for treatment under a spec ialist Dr John Harris and Mrs Harris nee Miss Suie Leavell of ths plaee have been recent visitors of Mrs Susie Leavell Capt Sam Duncan is at home from Atlanta Ga where he has been un der treatment His health is very much better Mrs R E McRoberts was hostess Wednesday afternoon to the Womans Club at her handsome home on Avenue Mri E C Barnard left Wednesday for Washington D r after a visit of several months witn her mother Mrs Pattie D Gill The Chautauqua Circle held thier meeting last week at the home of Mrs W 1 Williams one of its most em cient members Mr George White and bright litttle son James of Nashville have been here for a visit to Mr Jesse Doty and family and Mr Joel Walker Misses Mat ie and Janie Walker of Paint Lick have returned from a to their father Mr E H Walker in the city of Louisville at one of the hospitalsAfter stay with Mr and Mrs J B Colier Mrs Charles Collier and little son James have gone to Richmond for a visic to Mrs Colliers parents M and Mrs James Burnside Danville M after Tear visit Mrs C F Denman who has been a her fathers bedside returned to Nich olasvile Satuday to jiln her busbar who has just returned from a slxweel trip to the south on account of bat healthMiss Tommie Francis who has beet enjoying a stay in Mississippi for sec eral weeks past with her brother Mr Alex Francis was tbe guest of honor at a handsome Reception given b Mrs Baggett of Rolling Fork Miss ssppiElder F M Tinder and Messrs J TR Elmore Jacob Joseph and James A Beazlev were in Stanford Wednesday night for the banquet given by Odd Fellows A most sumptuous and cordial welcome were extend ed to to the guests Cracks At Creation Did you know That the author of this column is i farmer and can tell you a few things that youprobably dont know That it is extremely rude in a far mer who raises corn fo pull its ears It is more gentlemanly to leave bars down and let hIs neighbors cows pull them Tbat the tree that bears the most fruit is the axletree Cousin Charley Grimes will tell you this That I saw potato bugs looking over Theo Curreys and W D Walkers books to see who had bought seed po tatoes That more farming implements die from undue exposure than from hard workThat English Sparrows are more preferable than worms but I think both should be destroyed That one baby can furnish more than you and your whole interi or department can attend to Tbat it is wrong to mistreat your They might be taken suddenly rich some day and then it would be hard to explain things to themThat there is a code of morals that allows boys to steal melons and grapes but not potatoes and peas That it is wrong 1 1 listen to other people talk You might forget what you wanted to say yourself That the best way to entertain your friends is with long accounts of what Mary said and what Johnnie did if this falls to entertain them tell them about that long spell of rheumatism vou had That there is a man in town who says be doesnt believe in doing for posterity because he says posterity has done nothing for him That another one says he is bound to live within his means if he has to borrow money to do it That it is a waste of time to go after the cows just go sit down with a pail twixt your legs and wait for the cows to back up to you to be milked That lots of people clasp their hands 50 tight daring prayer they cant get them open when the contribution is taken up That Carton Elkin is one of our most progressive young farmers and any young lady that can bake good pies can catch same by paying for this advertisement and twenty years board billThat Bascom Ford is one of our scientific farmers who does his ing in the dark of the moon but says my old moon will do to plant corn in That Dave Thomas was once a So many great men start life that way He is a little partial to Buckeye and thinks that the most I r I the repast the r bus- Iness poor I I anything I relations court farmer We are not asking a favor when ask you to witness the Chi Namel Demonstration in our store on SATURDAY APRIL 2nd but extatrding one It Will be your opportunity to learn from the Manufacturers expert many things in regard to the of wood work furniture etc and the many ways which the ChiName Graining Varnishing Process may be made to serve the housewife Dont fail to attend It will be woith many dollars to you FRISBIES DRUG STORE we interior in g 1IJh t it r treatment and productive end of the county That Hugh Logan says h doesent have to build concrete walk to get the ladies walk with him Tbat Cook and Peary made a grea mistake when failed to send souvenir post cards of the North pole That Harvey Helm fias sent us car rot seed and parsnip seed and w would like to exchange them clover seed That Billie Burton found the too slow and took to fast horses predict an Automobile will be his tin ishThat if vou are not satisfied your farm Hughes Swinebroad cai find the fellow what is That I will be glad to answer an question on farming and take it out ij chewing tobacco That every farmer and his family ii the county should attend the Lancas ter fair July 27ih 28th and 29th That if you can imagine yourself 01 the summit ofan Alpine around you upon a country by the valleys hills and plains o sunny Italy itself you have a menta picture of the beautiful Land o Now as seen from the cupala of Garrard County court house Whit you stand here gazing North South East or West you will readily conclud that this is truly the open doorway tDixie and the garden spot of the world Mr J Perry Ingram quite of this county has leased tbe farm o 340 acres known as Glen Brook miles west of Versailles on the Mc Cracken turnpike This is considered one of the best and most Improves farms in Woodford county The first duty of man is to home t his wife and children As a husband father an example to his sons daughters their counselor and friend he should be the light and joy of household their strength for duty their encouragement to excellence their comfort and help in all that pre pares for usefulness ard makes home attractive to all RELIGIOUS There will be preaching at the Fort church Sunday by Bey Thos Cole manEld I J Spencer of Lexington wil conduct a series of meetings at Chris tian church in this city in August Elder Tindervwill go to Louisville next Monday to stay ten or twelve days conducting evangelistic service at Parkland Christian church Eld F M Tinder will preacn at Christian church next Sunday mor ning at 1045 subject The Persecu tion in Our Lives Childrens exercises at night 730 The Miss Grants all three sisters- as professional newspaper reporters representing five or six news sheets urgently request of the general public that all news items be telephoned by country acquaintances the uttermost limits of the They will have a telephone inserted this week for that special purpose and they beseechingly ask their friends to give them assistance by promptly wir lug them all news items Saved A Life Facing death from in tbe civil war was mote agreeble to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than from what doctors said was Icontracted a stubborn cold be writes thst developed a cougb stuck to me in spite of all reme lies for years My weight ran down to pounds Then Ibegan to use Dr lings New Discovery which cured me I now weigh 178 For Coughs Colds La Grip Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough and lung trouble its supreme 50c 100 Trial free Guaranteed by B T31 Mc Roberts 1m Unclaimed Letters Below is a list of letters remaining a the Lancaster Post office unclaim the weekending March 21st 1910 Mrs Merinda Chidman Mrs Ida Dunn Boy Pryhlng Mrs Rem Scott r If caUedfor say advertised ItT West P M o back for i farm 1 with unsurpassed the recently two ant his I the day even and from Sol shotandshell I facing- It that 130 bottle ed yOn J that they county consumption completely pounds Mrs YOULL FIND IT IN COLUMN Just opened a fresh A of Lownejs R Ziramer Fresh Lownej 34tf y atZimmers Go toC T Btuoiuieue and Son for your tinware ana groceries tf Phone 199 for anything in the grocery line 24tf country sorghum 6d gallon We handle the faino brand of Hour L Red Cross ner 24tf potatoes seed Thexarefine tl Highest market micepaid for coun try produce Lety Turner 24tf Curreys theplaXeAo fruits V 38tf Have your wash the Lancaster Ste shrunken at ndr 2t Curreys the pladeo sell your but ter rod eggs 38tf Wool wool wool C S Elkin will pay the highest 31841 Curreys the play Oil Olives Pickles Olive r 318tf Gulley Co laundry work Office at Browns store For SaleA 25lb airbanks balance Scale Good asjfw Will sell cheap W D Walker 3t Haye your washed at the Lancaster We can wash and dry them tb day 2t Have your and press ed by Walker Floyoat Duncans It Hotel Co to R Zimmer as the 5 per cent due on March 1st 34 tf A very desirabldbudingluton Wa ter St Apply at Ibfe office Now is the tuneto make your ice in and see J Son 31831 Protection is need are you insured Life up Special for the Gaines the Insurance Man Boone county field selected budded V shelled graded for cnre drop planters Will be in Lancaster cotfrt day with a load Waltoif E Moss tt Write all kinds of any place where an any time if Ed C the only agent Garrard ting nothing but Companies none better as good 318tf S C Rhode Island Reds exclusively- won 1st at touiaville Frankfort and fowling Eggs 250 150 and 100 per 15 stock SOcts per 5 3 00 S A Hill I Lancaster Ky L F D N Phone 391G 3188t Left my place 6th of March a lark bay horee 14 hands high mall knot aVros nose white spot in orehead on left hip in plain etters L A reward if returned to W G Kauffman Bro Marcellus Ky Powells is the place if you respect your wn Best potatoes leldsearly twice as1 as any ol her only 80 cents Len x soap 3 for a dim Rice 5c fine ice glasses cts at 30c best 3 b California peaches 15c others sell 20c all garden seed cash if you buy on credit you to chip in to keep up the dead The bible says no man bey thee scripture anti pay sash It r S I clots Anyone havio tes against the present t em w at u poc 1125 ne 60 lOesS any kin Insurance ai s In count Insurance few Gr en ange for It ut 0 to buy Inter t onion sets 35cp gallon market much yea w th for k Pay have oWe C D Powell I I 1 Candy ltf Lee Tu er Go to C T Bru Ete Son for ants er Go toC T Brum t fur your sweet biY evaporated I ma et rice bu your d Curreys the place uy an peaches apricots pears an tc 38ti w nt your bl n eta Stea Lau dry same eaased barbershop j- Fo Sail x contract for t oming ason Step P rather from days wnit eed corn a tipped and b a out bra Chicago heats Field Seed We are making a specialty of Feid Seeds this and have in stock the best grades oT Clover Timothy and BlueGrass Seed A car load ofstrictly nice recleaned NORTHERN WHITE SEED OATS We also have OBELISK and GOLD 3IEDAL FLOUR in barrels and half barrels This flour cannot be excelled and a trial order will convince you Coal Salt and Feed BANKS HUDSON WAGONS We have just received a car load of in various sizes and at prices to in terest you PLOWSWe have a large assortment of Vulcan Plows and all kinds of Implements I Wire Pence s American Field Fence no better made at higher Is price See it before buying SrtM Bring us your Becker Ballard Go Bryants viHe Ky MWuWialVu I season I I I PI i I rqI07l ffjJlIlI c X X s Isr a B I 10 I ColumbusWagons I I I I Ii Q S e S a I I lEI I I ltlt S1 r wtwu e 0 r t Produce it You are cordially in vited to inspect our upto date line of Millinery which will be on exhibi tion Saturday March 26 Here you will find awaiting your viewing all that is in appareling fur the new season c correct R S BROWN Lancaster Ky j J A i T r Ir 1 WOOD Son of Far Wood 1S79C record 2 27J brother to Nor Wood sire of lady Coustautine 2 Fiorist and eight others Far W od 227 Son of Nut Wood 6 0 record 2183 sire of Manager 2SI6JJ Lock Heart 2OS Addle D aud 165 others Nut W od 600 record 2181 Son of Belmont M Silver Wood 1st dam Princes by Vatican 2 8J 1 13P8 he by Belmont Gl Vatican than Hambletouian 10 Far Wood 16796 record 227J 1st dam Nora Wiike dam of No Woods I2U Nora Wilkes By Geo Wilkes 519 2 22 Nut Wood 600 record 2181 Is dam Win K isselldam of MandS2OsK I 21 212 210 I I I SOlll Wood 19 i r 1 L 4 f d I E I Silver Wood should make one of the greatest stock horses in Kentucky 1st because he is 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 the grandest looking 5 yew old horses I ever saw He is hands high good bone fine style and finish black and white feet aud silver taU He is just good broke to harness had no work but be can show a 240 gait any time with all around high true action Each day the market calls more clearly for true high aud balanced action clear trot and beauty and Silver Wood has them all and I cant see why he should not make Kentucky more famous by his get Silver Wood will he kept during the season of 1910 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will permitted to servi 30 good mares at the very low price of 12riO to insure a living colt I am prepared 10 care for stock from a die lance at reasonable price lent no responsibIlity assured for accidents or escapes of stock com milted to my care backed oneof forspeed he l5 INABOTH JRNabothJris a rich red bay 9 years old and full 16 hands bigbwelghs 1225 pounds and is a horse of wonderful beauty having a long rangy neck and canjinn a line tail lIe is a perfect gaited horse superb ail round action and like all sons of oid Naboth he has great natural speed in harness and a greater racking horse be found in the State of Kentucky I have been a dealer In fancy horses for ten years furnishing them for all the markets in this country ard J am anxious to eticourags the breeders of horses ta continue to raise better ones As is generally known there is scarcity of good hor cs and those suitable for the Eastern mar Ket bring fancy prices If the breeders would raise Number one horses they must take the j mares to the right kind of sires Naboth Jr beyond nIl doubt is a horse that will produce the market demands nod the public is willing to pay high prices I purchased this great young stallion at a fancy price because lie has size style action beauty and breeding I had this horse worked 30 days and he stepped a mile in 210 If like begets like you can get the kind of horses by breeding to Naboth Jr You will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old Xaboth Ilatnhletoninu 10 Old Messenger Chief Red Wilkes George Wilkes Manbrino Chief Pilot Jr and Harry Clay PEDIGREE By Nahoth 100IG219J4 He by Walsingham 21GG sire of Latitude 219 i and several otheis in the list Walsingham by George Wilkes Old Naboths first dam Tinsel by Messenger Durock tOG son of Hambletonian Second dam Bess sister to James Howell Jr by Hambletoniau Third dam Jessie Sayrp by I Harry Clay Fourth dam by Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse Naboth Jrs First dam by Messenger Chief Jr by Old Messenger Chief Second dam by Cri j Davis by lied Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred Naboth be k pt during the season of W10 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted to serve mares at the very low price 1500 to insure a living colt I am prepared to or escapes of UOCK committed to my care NOTICE Naboth Jr is the sire of the colt that won the 100 champion colt stake also i the sire of the winner of the yearling stake at the Lancaster Fair 1W 8 tii I I Ith cannot that type of horses that which II right II I 4 I I will I care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices but no responsihilitr assumed for accidents j I S l for I I I B LJRTOIN KEINTUCk VLAN CAS T E R n II 1w Old Fashion Corn Meal is made on genuine French Burs from Sound Clean Corn The life of the Meal is not burnt out in the grind ing and is guaranteed to give satisfaction Creamery Butter j is made from pure cream by modern methods and is the best that money can buy If your 5 does not handle Creamery Butter or Old g Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give you the name of one who does fj Wd also sell Coal and Brick and will ap g K predate your patronage ai Henley V at the Creamery TOTOTOronro vTOrrwntrov s s s I s S i i i iS- i i2 I I i i grocer i Bastin I i SQ flS S S c i t I i Farm and Stock Wanted A young gentle horse at this office I F toJ IHamilton sow and ten pigs for 50 Mr las I Hamilton sold Garrard county a pair of mules for 45 The cost of keeping good thorough bred stock no more than keeping mongrels and there is much greater profit in the long run Mr W B Cook and Mr Tom Ran kin have both bought Silos This shows that the farmers of this county are progressing The cost of a Silo is about 8250 Why do farmers neglect their poul try when they have m thing else on tbe farm that would pay bettei That is a hard question to answer It must be because they do not think and are careless and negligent The general farmer is the man raise turkeys successfully He tbe range to furnish green truck grainpicking and grasshoppers which make a balanced ration The selling price is certainly high enough tempt the most avaricious Where give the hens all the milk they can consume it Is not neo essary to furnish beef scraps unless Bilk is given to the growing chicks or the supi ly of bugs is plentiful it i necessary to provide meat meal for good results Animal food in some shape is necessary Kind treatment of dairy CtWS can not well be overestimated The cow which i treated with a kind word and m gentle stroke of the band is sure t give more milk and bettOr milk Bough treatment stirs up anger and resentment in the cow and causes ber to hold up fcer milk The rule outlined is not poperly secreted and Is of an unwholesome if net de cidedly delirious cbaticter Al fixtures in a hug house should be ovable It is advantageous to have the troughs where they may be wash ed or scalded out twice eacb week at least It should be borne in mind that foul troughs are good breeding places for parasites that may be taken Into the stomach and converted into worms Damp floors may be overcome if the house ta we 1 aired and windows eaougb are in i to let the sunshine in OB tbe fliors It is never best to allow to accumulate on the paittions sad in pens used for teed It is always injurious to the health of the hogs The Sheep Breeder calls attention to the fact that in 1309 there was ported into tile United Stitee 312131 171 poands of foreign wool wortu S55 apply Naylur sold a i in to has and to onecan dust if i MIlk r r i im S 530366 Do you know that the total production of wool in the United States in 1908 was only 311138321 pounds almost one million pounds less than the total amount of our laM years importation Do you know that in 1903 we only raised 287450000 pounds of wool 24681171 pounds ess than we imported in 1909 you give us any logical reason why every pound of wool consumed in this coun try cannot be raised here Indiana Farmer Cows of fair quality only such as will make 250 to 300 pounds of butter per year when properly fed make three pounds of butter per each bushel of corn or oats when the two grains are ground together and fed Surely that is a better market for corn than when sold as grain is sold on the mar ket Referring to this matter Hoards Dairyman says There never was a time when it paid as good a profit as it does today to feed a cow well Think of ir Three pounds of butter in a bushel of corn That is nearly a dollars worth of butter What kind of a farmer must a man he that will not turn grain into butter at tnat price One great trouble is that these farmers have not taken pains to breed good cows that it will pay a big profit to feed well If ever a farmer fed wtll be should do it now The ad vantages of the silo are at tracting more and more attention in these times of high priced feed for cows Of course clover and alfalfa hay to balance to cow ration with ulage must not be forgotten But one of our live stock exchanges puts the silo question strongly in this statement Tile silo is the savings bank of the dairy industr Filed with corn en silage it is a sure source of steady milk production and represents the cheapest efficient feed the farm for dairy husbandry It assists the dairyman to produce milk butter and cheap fertilizers economically It is more convenient bandIed than i dry fodder and makes palatable large quantities of feed that otherwise would be wasted With a herd of good cows and a silo the farmer can achieve all the possibilities of tbe dairy indwtry and by proper of tbe droppings of the herd can also annually increase tha fertility of his land A Swollen Jaw is not pretty nor pleasant Wheth er its caused by neuralgia toothache or accident Ballards Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling and relieve the pain The great and sure for rheumatism cuts burns bruises scaHs any and all aches and pains Sold by B E MeRoberts lm Mound City Paints may cost a trifle ore bat C C J E Stores I I an I producedon I management cure J I NINA Mr Lige Baker bought three cattle for 4Jc from Sanders Mr Millie Boltun is very low s this writing Miss Inez S2baston and Miss Pra her visit d Mr Tunice Pruio week Mrs D lie Simpson and daughter were pleasant vistors of Mr Dan Thursday Miss Sal ie Weaver of Wallaceston visited Mr and M John Wheeler this week Mr John Pruit of Mirksbury visit ed his sister Mrs Oaydon Compton of Paint Lick this week Amon Z Ray the Mr Dan Ray visited Mr Zick Simpson last week and reported a fine time Mrs C M Jones and family were the pleasant guests of Mr Dan SundayMr Tudor was very last week but is improving at this writing Mr Ray Sanders and Mr Willie W itaker has returned from ii v with a new supply of spring goods Mr and Mrs Dan Ray visited mother Mrs Eliza Ray ou Poor Ridge Saturday night and Sunday Mr Dorsey McClure Carlisle Kv says Lunberneck made its in uiy flock of two hundred White Leghorns I gave them Bourbon Poul try Cure after chopping off the heads of six fowls that were unable to walk and did nut lose another fowl bv J R M mit Sotd Ungrateful Lady Barrister I have got 220 men acquitted and not one of them has of fered to marry me PREACHERS VI LLE Mrs T H Bigsby is some better Mr T W Payne has moved to Tap pahannaWilliam Naylor and wife were visit ing the homefolks Anderron Bigsby sold a jack t Jesse Cook Co fur 350 Mrs John B Anderson who been sick is some better Mr Brown and daughters were Mr and Mrs J F Moser Sunday Mr and Mrs B C Anderson Brodhead were with Mr and Mrs J B Rigsby B I Blahkenship was vhiing Mr and Mrs J S Turpin at Stanford last week Mrs J M Munsfoid of Boyle was visiting the family of Mr B n T Lunsford last week Mr and Mrs Grover Gastineau of Garrard were vii lug her brother Kendal Smith near the Walnut Flat Monday last Misses Dora and Ellen Bl mkenship were vis tng the family of their bro thar Mr F F Blankenship at Stan ford Bev Pierce Bryant will preach at the tst church next Sunday The brethren vices on each second and fourth Sunday Mr J L Kennedy who formerly was engaged in business here a few years since has bought the store of Mr J P Mr Lt vi Anderson who lives in the Canaan neighborhood is the owner of some very interesting relics of the long ago Among them is a flintlock rifle ustd by his father 75 years ago It is the pret lest gun we have ever seen A crooked hickory cane is an othei It is 60 years oldand has a buz zards head carved on it Canaan is a good section of country almost as good as the Bible pi tee of that name Mr J F Mosers barn burned down last Monday night at oclock entail lag a total loss of nearly 2000 Three horses three cows 100 barrels of corn bushels of wheat a large quantity f hay and all his farming inplements burned Tbe fire is believed by Mr Ifoxer to have been of incendiary Bloodhounds were called but trailed to the river near by where is thought the firebug mouuted acid rode away A horse had tied at this point James Burke sboaed himself man of much ccur by rushing falling to drag out a twohorse wagan and some gates He was severely burned and hands I Sir I t I Mary this Ray I itle sun or Ray ill hme the his appearance Sold has visiting of I I B have H I 50 origin It been Into about th ace i only a- toNe age the structure L I Do farmers the proper tort of food The farmer of today buys a much larger proportion the food that goes on the table than he did teh years ago Its a good thing that this is so because he has a great variety to select from He should use great care in selecting for the best results in health and strength The widespread tendency in the city to increase the amount of Quaker eaten is due very largely to the recent demonstrations by scientific men that the Quaker Oats fed man is the man with endurance and greatest Farmers should give this subject careful thought and should increase the quantity Oats eaten by themselves their children and the farm hands Packed in regular size lOc packages and in hermetically sealed tins for hot climates COLUMN rfpace below this heading is for the exclu slve use of our farmer subscribers and is foi the sale of stock grain and such things 01 farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver use No notice will be accepted over foni lines and will be only in two issues of th RECORD free of charge I will be in town court day with sev eral settings of eggs S A Hill McUreary Two black mare mules one bay mare with white hind foot left place Monday S B Doolin Phone 400 VV FOR SALE Ens for hatching from my yard of Bured Piymouth Rocksat 75o per setfifig or two settings for125 also a 125 egg Incubator and Brooder Mrs S r Henderson Phone 93 Paint Lick Ky Brown Leghorn eggs for sale 50c per setting of 15 Mrs J M Cress R F D Stanford Ky Phone 380G Pure white Wyanedott eggs for sale 50c per set ing of 15 Mrs E B Sutton Marksbury Ky I have 1G head of coming 3yearold mules well broke will sell worth the money SMorgan Phone No 382B Seed potatoes for sale Dennis Scott Bourne Ky Moral Bread of Mankind Affability mildness tenderness and a word which I fain would bring back to its original signification of virtue I mean good nature are of daily use they are the bread of mankind and staff of life Addison Indigestion Relief in Five Minutes and Per inanent Cure or Money Back When B E McRoberts states that he has a remedy that guaranteed to cure any man or woman who suffers from food fermentation which causes belching sour stomach gas eructa tions heartburn and that lump of lead feeling in the abdomen or money back what are the poor stomach sufferers in Lancaster and vicinity going to do about it The name of this most remarkable stomach prescription is Miona Most people call them Micna stomach tab lets because they know that there i no remedy so good for indigestion or stomach disorders Here is one opin ion I have been troubled with gestion for more than a year I bought one box of Miona and io cured Now I would not be without a box in the house for 5000 Il saves a lot of doctor hi Is when you can be curtd for 50 cents You can use my name if you want to Arthur Sederquest 6 Kichois St Wakefield Mass Nov 7 1909 Mna stomach tablets cost 0 lox at druggists and at R E McBoberts Booths pills will give constipation sufferers a joyful surprise eat I mentalvigor I I 57 nun CCSOOOCCUCIIODDC J CHClOOO 1 I m I rat I i I m centS- a everywhere 25c J I I Oe FARMERS 400 indL II MIIIIIIf fiII h 1 Cures catarrh or back Just Lreathe itin Complete inhalerSl 60c Druggists IIoutfit mon inc1udin Above is a fair hkeiicts of JSaboth Jr Owned by B Burton I W 1 LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Maxell 2 J Cattle Hogs Receipts 80G 1155 Shipments I5ii CATTLE Shippers 7 S Butcher steers extra 7 r X T 7 Good to choice 5 0 7 Common to fair 4 50f M- Helfvrs extra 7 OX 7 00 Good to choice ft OOtp 6 sr Common to fulr 4 iCows extra CXjS T Good to choice r 753 i re Common to faIr yjrt 2 Canners 754 Cl Bulls bulognas 50 r v Extra GX Fat bulls 5 fa r u CALVES extra 9 f 7 i 9 ii Common and Iurgi 5 I Q i HOGS good puckers und butchers 11 00 11 0- Mixtd packers 10 091KXJ Stags 70iX3t 7 Common to choice heavy fat sows S 003 It rr- fMght shippers 10 fiOftp 11 Pigs 110 lbs and less 7 75 10 flt SHEEP extra 7 Good to choice t 2 6 t lommou to fair 4 00t extra 7- lood to choice i 259 ommou to fair 6 50gy Sincere Tribute Mr Wingold said Mrs Lapsling pretty soon I want to introduce you to my friend Mrs Peacliam Shes the moat egyegiously beautiful woman in the room Buyer Got a Bargain Less than 35 years ago the ground whereon stands the prosperous city of Johannesburg in South Africa with much of the surrounding country then unsuspected of the gold the value of which is now incalculable was bought in by an Englishman named Pratt for the amount of 1500 POSTEDThe undersigned nereby give wan ing to all persons not to trespass upo our lands for any purpose whatevei as we will prosecute all offenders t fullest extent of the law H unters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Fquire B Parsons- W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich M rs P W Kinnaird T A El in Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca Wet Mrs E E Daniels Anderson II C A mold W G Anderson H C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn P W Conn JG Conn Lovers jf good health should pi event sickness instead of letiig themselves get sick and then try to cure it So long as you keep vour liver bowels and stom Hch in a healthy and active condition you wont get sick Ballards Herbine rflteves constipation inactive liver and nil stomach and bowel troubles Sold dv R E McBoberts lm KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Or Kings New Sheep 1 O t CO Ii to good r 00 I 00 LA IdS 00 containing B I WITH Discovery e Fair 0 50j together 0 FOR CI UGHS LDS PBICE SOc 100 Trial Bottle fre S OB MONEY BEPUNDED R E McRoherts Drug Sore AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG GJARANcEED SATISPACTORT1 NOTICE BIDS WANTED Bids will be received bj Fisia Court of Uarrard county fur repairing the following TURNPIKE ROADS IX GAR RARU COIT NT Y KY for the year ending December 31st Quarries will be furnished by the county on sections where cum tj owns quarries where none is owned by coui ly contractor muss furnbh same Said metal shall be broken sutli iiiuiy tine to pass through a two inch ring at s greatest diameter Said metal sh Oe spread by contractor between O rober 15th and December 3lt 1910 unless otherwise ordered by i r ha i g charge of work anti the hreak big measuring and spreading of said metal sha I be under im of supervisor or deputy supervisor jf trict fur which the work is done Said turnpike roads are laid off as follows towit Ui t rict No 1 Sec No 3 Sugar creek pike entire pike with rock Sec No 4 Buckeye pike from Lancaster to 3Ic Ureary with rock See No 5 Crab Orchard pike from Lancaster toO B Perkir ss print with rick Sec No 5 Olti Dinville pie from double toil to Dix River wi h gravel See N T New D iiiviHe pike from double t I1 gate to Dix River with gravel No 2 Section No 3 Bry antsville and Sugar Cretk piKe entire pike with rock Sec No 4 Bryants vile and Jane Runpike entire Dike Kith rock See N 5 Buena Vista and Kentucky River pike entire pike with rock Sec No 6 From C Poin dexters shop to 1 M Dunus gate with rock District No 3 Sec No 1 Buckeye pie from McCreary to Buckeye post ollice with rock See No 2 Buckeye pike from Buckeye post office toStotts store wi h rock Ser No 3 From Stitts store to Kentucky river with rock Sec No 4 Poor Ri lye ptke prom Buckeye pike to Pleasant II iH school house w i h rock See No 5 Poor Ridge pike fron Pleasant II ill chnol house to Fork church vith rock Sec No 6 pike rom Stotts Fork church to Kentucky iver wi h Sec No 7 Kirksvile ike from Ilyattsville to top of West I ill Eist of II Wsfs residence with rk Sec No 8 from top of West 1 to Madison line with gravel District N 4 SecN 1 Richmond pike from Lancaster to Moodloes gate with rock Sec No 2 FruIt Good oers g ttiEd Walkers with tuck S NIL 3 E I Wikers ate to Mulisoo county line wi h gravel See No 5 Crab 0 chard pke from O B Perl i is sprint t county I ne with rock Sec No G Fall Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike E mores git2 with rock Sec No 7 From Elmores gate to end of pie with gravel The Uis will be on Sections but bidder will not be restricted to one section Said bids shall he sealed and bond wilt be r quired tle amount of the bid bund sha approved by the Fiscal Court and said bidder wi l present wi h his bid the name of his proposed surety or sureties The bdfig sha per of 22o cubic feet The anniun of metal to he used on each section will he determined bv the court after Mis are received AU bids must he tiled with County Judge on or Tuesday April ohlJUO The Fiscal the right to reject any and all bids Private bids also be received be tween now and 5h for the breaking and dtimpi g of rock on the following District No 1 Sec 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to county line with rock Sec No 2 Lexington pike from Lanca ter to Fork church with rock District No 2 Sec No Lexing ton pike from Pork church to Dix River and C M Jenkins re rence with rorlr Sec No 2 Lexinpfor pike from to Kentucky river bridge with rock G GOOCFT Supervisor of Roads for Garrard Cc What Is Meant by Justice What we want said the attorney to the reporters is justice What I want said the client to tne attorney Is a verdict In my favor Life I I I J I I I Sup n supcn i I ti I I I toO I DstrictI Suit IS Poor ridge ate rum t I I l doube ani said rud- I I I hfreCourt I I wilt see I P Jenkins V w Cr I r for ii the reserves Anvil ions 1 M We w sh to say to the public that hasnt been open regular for some time but will be opened every Come in and get the best PHOTOES at the best prices The FOX STUDIO STUDIO Saturdaynow I l I w TilE POZ LOOK AND LISTEN If you want Po iteness C leant ss Good SHAVES and HAIR CUTSjzoto HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street 25 years of experience Office hours Stormes Dnig Store DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky H J County Surveyor PHOXE 5 Kr Ortlee over FO hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references CARDS I 11 I rn 1 Office I F TIN LY I INSURANCE V T rm sssssspasusssust4IISItIISI- SI ouS SisIO over Samttt pmt04 B WATTER ETING W Morrow Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed J E Robinson LAWYER awl CMJNTY ATTUNE Will Practice in alt State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 M K Denny E I I I I 1 I I i 1 DENTIST Office over Sties Arnolds Millinery Hughes Swiaebroad 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