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Tlte Laud of JVbiy THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT Prom The Lurid ofSour TWENTIETH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 1 1910 Fro HUEU r A Special price on GftbVflNIZED and PAINTED Roofing for this week only Lancaster Ky I 1 I f CONN BROTHERS 11 LEADERSHIP e e O llf Mr J W Hamilton was reporte quite tick for several days Mr John Traylur of Gilberts Creek is reported seriouslvlll Rev C C Brown will fill his regular appointment at Junction City next Sunday morning and evening All will regaet to hear that Miss Scotta Petty the popular clerk at Mr Josephs dry goods store had the mis fortune to lose 100 quite recently Talking vaudevile at the all next week Entire every night lOc The first excursion of the season via the Queen Crescent Route to Cincinnati 0 will be operated Sun day April 10 1910 Mrs Felix White tiee Miss Bessie Doty of this county who been ill for some time will go to Louisville soon and submit to an operation Hughes and Swinebroad sold the house and lot of J M Meadows on Water street known as the Rigney residence to Mr and Mrs John M Mount for 3000 The many friends of Mr E M announce that his death may occur at any time Rev O P Bushs subject for next Sunday morning at the Baptist chuch Enteiing the Kingdom services j will be held at usual hour Sunday night i receiving a lot of Spring and summer patterns for embroidering floss braids etc All the latest de signs Call and themMrs N Mi ler Mr Alex West who has been quite ill for several weeks was taken to Lex ington for an operation The many friends of this excellent man hope for a decided improvement in his Slaviin Mr George Slavin died at his home near Paint Lick after a protracted illness The interment followed in the Lancaster The deceas ed was a brother of the late Benjamin Slavin of Boyle county Miss Cora Poor of Buena Vista and Mr Robert Holcomb of this county surprised their many friends by tp Burin and being united in wedlocks holy bonds The bride is an unusually pretty young woman and quite a talented elocutionist pictures LI ctric eatre ange Admission serfI is I am I I I i I i i has condition cemetery driving y S T Y l 00 Our Oxfords are not only in style They Are The manufacturers that make our Oxfords for us origi nate most of the most popular Oxfords designs that ever sold in this county You can readily understand the immense advantage this is to us It enables us to be the First to sell in this city the just out novelties Fully stocked up while you are reading this with every iinagionable Oxford needed for everybody We take your money with the understanding that you get for it the most value that you could get anywhere fi t Logan LANCASTER KENTUCKY ftS Ei SSSS 99Q3 1 11 i jj Thi eyeII IJ J 1 11 C 1n X 0 1 01ttJ 0 I 0 J a Cn k t4 S t We are ylid to report that Ms James Prather is able to be out again and is now with her daughter Mrs 0 A Hendren of Cottonburg Good Business A large crowd attended the milli nery openings here last Saturday and all three shops report a good trade Court Day Although the farmers had plenty or work on the farm a large crowd was in town Monday Business was good and everything sold high There were only 150 cattle at the stock pens which sold from 4 to Oc per lb Hor ses were scarce and high The Sister entertainment at the Christian church Sunday evening was a pronounced success and showed careful training of the children Quite a large audience assemblod to see the bright and happy faces of the little folks Arbor Day Gov Willson has set next Friday April 8th for Arbor Day Let us all get together on this day and plant trees not only for our own sake and for our country but foi the sake of the coming generations We have wasted millions of trees in this country and have put none in their place There are lots of places in town and on the farms that are of no use we could plant trees and woujfo be a source of pleasure in years tbcbme Simpson Erie Simpson age 34 years died in Los Angles California after a illness of tuberculosis The de ceased was a son of Mr and Mrs Wm Simpson of Teatersville and spent the greater portion of his life in Gar rard his native county Besides his parents he is survived by four brothers and a sister The remains will be brought here for interment The young man was a nephew of Mrs W T West of this city and besides her he leaves many other relatives to mourn his earley death from that fat al disease consumption New Paper For Danvllls Mr Louis Landram former editor of the RECORD and several Danville cap italists wil start within the next few weeks a new paper named the messenger Mr Hubert McGood win will be the business manager and Mr Landram who is one of the best known and most popular in central Kentucky will be Ed itor and reporter At present the Kentucky Advocate is the only paper in Danville a city claiming a tion of 10000 We welcome the Dan vine Messenger as our neighbor and wish them unbounded success School Case One of the most importantcases be fore the Circuit Court at its recent March term was the suit covering the Graded School fund under the will of Lewis YLeavell The Court decided that under the will the trustees appointed by the Gar rard County Court should invest and manage the funds and at the end of each year pay the net income to the treasure of the Graded School to be expended under tIle orders of the of the school The rights of the parties seem to be fully protected by this wise and able decision of Judge McRoberts and it be hoped that the matter miv end and the funds be not squandered by futher litigation and unnecessary The trustees under the will were re presented by John TShelby of JE Robinson and Lewis L Walker of the local bar and the trus tees f the Graded School by attorneys W I Williams R H Tomlinson apd Wm Herndon Why Do Men Advertise The man who conducts bis business on the theory that it doent pay and he cant afford to advertise sets up his judgment in opposition to that of all the best business men in the world Says an experienced advertising i With a few years experi ence in conducting a small business on a few thousands of capitals he assumes to know more than thousands whose hourly transactions aggregate more than his do in a year and who have made their millions by pursuing a course that he says doesnt pay Ifadvertising doesnt pay why is it that the most successful merchants of every town large or small ara the heaviest advertisers If advertising doesnt pay who doesthe most If it does not pay business firms in the world spend millions in that wry Is it because they want to donate those millions to the news paper and magazine publishers or because they dont know as much about business as the sixforadollar merchant who says money spent in advertising thrown away or donated to the man to whom it is pale Such talk is simply ridiculous and it re quires more than the average patience to discuss the proposition of whether advertising pays or not with this kind of a man Hi complacent selfcon ceit is assuming he knows more than the whole world is and reminds us of the man who prov ed that the world doesnt revolve by placing a pumpkin on a stump and watching it all night I linger- Ing Danville newspapermen popua it- o expense business I they trustees Lexington authority that laughable Next Monday in county court day at Richmond Important Meeting All the citizens should attend the Council meeting on next Monday night and thoroughly understand the telephone franchise and give your views regarding same New Barn The county has just completed their new barn and engine shed which was buit ii tbe lot behind the workhouse This was a wise move as it is absolute ly necessary that our new machinery be sheltered and that our two teams be taken care of The people of Garrard county it seems recognize the fact that Lancas ter merchants can buy the latest and most stylish goods and therefore there is no need to go out of our county to buy that which we can buy at home Lets all stick to our town Dr Snowden one of our prominent Paint Lick subscribers was a pleasant court day caller He will move to his summer home Clover Dale at Low ell but will still keep his office at Paint Lick The doctor is moving to Lowell to enjoy the advantage of the tine sulphur water there 3 Burnside Mrs Burnside a native of Garrard county and the aged mother cf Mr James Burnside of Richmond but re cjntlyof Br ants ville died at the home of her daughter Mrs Nannie Nicholasviile The deceased was 92 years old and a most lovable chris tian character Mrs Burnside had the j remarkable record of having lived 90 3 years in the house where she was born near Bryantwille haviig moved to Nicholasville only 2 years ago 5 Mr James E Doores died of following an attack of rip at the home of his adopted neice Mrs John Duty on last Friday lIe was 74 years of age a man of intelligence and a CUll sisteut of the Baptist church for many years being one of its officers The nearest surviving relative of the deceased is Dr Wm Daores of Crab Orchard A sistBr Miss Bettie Doores died some years ago The interment was in the Lancaster cemetery Satur day afternoon Much sympaty is ex tended to Mrs John Doty Mrs Mollie E Borders died on Mon day afternoon at 130 oclock at her Hume in Odgen Ark She had been sick for the past year and the exact cause of her death is unknown She is survived by one son Mr Will Bor ders and a daughter Miss Lottie bulb of Odgen also a brother J D Nave of this county The deceased lived in this county all of her life until she moved to Ark five years ago The body was brought here and funeral services were con ducted at the Lancaster cemetery at 3 p m Thurseay by Rev O P Bush Miss Irene Romans and Mr Colman Gulley stole the march on their Lan caster friends and were married by Eta Collis in Lexington Wednesday afternoon at 330 p m at the home or tile grooms sister Mrs Ike Dunn The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W J Romans of this city and is a charming young lady From a little girl she has grown up in our midst loved by old and young alikeThe groom is a very popular young man He is a son of Mr and Mrs D GulleyThe young couple are expected home today and will take rooms with Mrs Gulley for tbe present God the best maker of all marriages Combine your hearts in one Announcement The Pecos Times has the following to say regarding a former citizen of this county who left about Thirty years ago and who has many friends and relatives in this county he being a son of Mr John Y Leaven Sr We wish him success and assure the pIe of Pecos that he would make them energetic fairminded Judge ever ready to stand for what is right and justIn the announcement column this week will be found the name of John Y Leavell who is in the field for the i nomination for the office of County Judge of Reeves County J He is not a stranger in the public service for he was Sheriff of the coun ty during six successive terms and long bore tha reputation of being the cleanest and most efficient officer in the southwest The record that he has made in this capacity cannot but help him in the present race and there are no doubt many men in the county who will be glad to see his name on tbe ticket again Fair is one of Mr Leaveils cbarac way qual i tiled to fil the office of county judge should it be found that he is the choice of the people Louisville Nashville Time Table I For Richmond Lexington and intermediate stations 514 a m 1114 a m and 140 p m For Stanford Corbin Knoxville and points South 940 a m and 835 p m For Stanford Lebanon and points North and South 214 pm Doores paralysis member Borders RomansGulley U ti fi ff pea an fI he is tn every 4 Cincinnati I I t 1 r r s 4 Campbell Borders I I r i mindedness teristics and Louisville j i J r 5 SEE THE IMPERIAL DOUBLE DISC HARROW WITH FLEXIBLE FRAME Best on the market and can be used as single or double Harrow HASELDEN BROTHERS 5SSW S S WSSK 6i8 Your Money A Chance By buying your Groceries of me Satisfaction guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery fn The Lard of Now with the prospect of the great est tobacco crop in view ever known before buying that Barn bill call and get our prices We are headquarters with a special price on a complete barn bill I Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Car Load of and John Deere i Stt r I r tt S 1 1 S StlS s OOOOC I I I X 2 I I i iJ AA AI I III II 11 I III I I II w t g Lo1 rte OOOOC ii Co- tJ 1 BUGGIESSomething new in Corn Planters and Drills the John Deere See them before buying The best Corn Planter on earth A few Cutaway Harrows left none so good saves a team and hand each day J R Mount Son Co Hardware Implements Grass Seeds Horse and Jack Cards- on short notice at this office 1lr i WALL hra just received from the Eastern market a large and complete line of the latest creations in Wall Paper We have paper ranging from 5CtS to socts a Roll We can please you in any particular kind you want or atany price you want to pay We would be glad to submit prices and designs for any special work you have t r 4 W J R 3 PAPER Pianos the of Ten pianos We have made arrangements with the John Church Co whereby we offer for sale ten of the Day ton Pianos guaranteed for ten years at 250 regular price 300 on terms of 50 cash and 10 month Join Glib y Good Furniture LANCASTER I F U R T a Good Carpetso iG11ii KENTUCKY CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR Front The Land Of Yow GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr Entered at the pot Offiu in Lancattcr Ky as SccondClas Mail Xatler Member Ky Press Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky April 1 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For and City Offices 8 500 Offices 1000 F r State and District Offics 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of individuate or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaiies per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce Hon Helm a candidate to succeed himself in Congress suhject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Is He a Democrat Those of us wilt are always inter ested in the Democratic patty and in electing the path nominees do nut care to discuss while a heated campaign is on and an election is about to be bad those questions upon which Democrats are not all agreed In close counties and districts the party often goes down in defeat on account of too much just pending an election upon matters which the party j is not harmony and failing to press the party policies about which we do agreeNow since there Is no contest for any nomination lit the party and no immediate election that we endanger any party nonu lee we feel just fled in talking about some things in which Democrats are interested and will con tinue to be interested We do not wish to appeal to any passion or arouse any animosities but but ii fairness and in a friendly way go over the question j We wish it understood that we be lieve i i voting the party ticket We wouldMiot say to any that if you do not agree with my views vote the ticket Rather have the policies of our party so correct as to appeal to and meet the approval of all patriots citizens of the country If there is any one principle of the party that may be held to be in im portance above others we would sue The wishes of a majni y expressed upon any question and the resuls honestly ascertained becomes Li idiug upon and shall be accepted by all until repudiated or revoked by a majority Democratic representa tives in positions of times viol rte this democratic principle Toe patty has always stood for an income tax and this is an established princi ple of the party Every in the last legislature who voted against the resolution favoring that amendment to the Federal Constitu tion went republican in that vote In this country party of great concern because only in this way important legislation is of most important legislation the dominant political party has declared upon the sulject In a new and developing country like ours new conditions constit tIt arise which re quire political parties to make new declarations concerning legislation to cover such necessities and rapid are the changes thatnoperson can now say what may be the paramount Issue of the Democratic party in the next presidential campaign So there are new and important matters in the state tntare of sufficient gravity and moment that the political parties must tike notice But when the party bas upon a public matter some democrats may vi w the question one way and some another The old established Ptitcipies of the party will be herald ed forth to properly direct Jthe j I I Association- and I Pre cinct For County Hat I gesc this t Je ill tivc I J h j 1 organizations- are I I PreceeailJg theenactment rapidly many notdeclared pro I i i I vey assist tall iig republican representative accomplished k posed l gi i in and honest men the party will interpret them to ap prove or condemn the new proposal Just such a condition do we see in the proposition to prohibit the licensed sal of intoxicaiig liquors and aiding it extending the present county unit billWe think the principle of the Coun ty U it Bill Democratic because it leaves to tne will of the majority in a prescribed government il unit how it shall be governed To call those this Cranks Doughfaces and other uncomplimentary names and asking that they go over to the repub lican party will never settle the We have and still believe those persons eniited to the appellation Democrat rather than others whose position serves and helps the whisky interest to the constant detiimeiit of the general business moral educa tion and ius good of the wh le state Democrats will no longer fce in itnated by the declaration that no democrat can be opposed to the li ensed sale of intoxicating liquors but rather believe from the strikingly growing sentiment against it that to be a good democrat or a republican he must approve it Since the party has not made any declaration upon the question we af firm that you may favor the County Unit bill or the licensed sale of liquor and be a Democrat White these mat are discussed we suggest to those democrats who favor the enactment of a law extending the com t Bill to all counties in the state that plans be made looking to the selection of men for legislative positions who are known to favor such legislation Very there has been a clam our from some American wr t is and orators that we need a larger ai my and a greater navy to resist the rumored Japanese invasion However after careful investigation we find this re newed talk of war between Japan and the U S absolutely without founda tion and without reason In the first place there is no ques tion existing today between the U S and Japan that is of such grave impor tance as to lead them into hostilities Again although the Japanese are a patriotic and brave people they are not aggressive hail m as their history shows For more than six hundred years up to the war with China i i 1894 Japan had Jived in peace with all foreign uatrms The war with China as was the one ten years later with Russia was not an aggressive one on her part The world can not reproach her for the courage ous challenges on these occasions and as is always the case in the time of trouble we turn to our best friends for advice so it was to President Roc cell for peace that she listened and sent her plenipotentiaries to fate on our soil Again Japan en trusted our embassadors with her in terests in Ci ina and Russia during her war with these countries There are some marked reasons why she entertains this friendship toward us first America contributed largely to the development of Japan in government and society also we have educated many of her people and they have returned t i take a promi nent part in agairs at home and we have many missionaries 1 boring there If J pan c id not appreciate these facts there are t tiler controlling considera tions which make a war with U S disastrous to them In the first place Japan is no coudi i ju to carry on a war from a financial standpoint for now she carries a national debt in proportion to population than any other nation and were his silk and tan industry destoyed in this country it would mean bankruptcy to her leading industries also by taking away the food supply she gets from unr wonld bring great dis tress to her people as she has in cultivation less than the area Of any one of our small er states So we see tbe great need of Japan is a long era of peace for in to her internal problems she has other interests sufficient to tax her statesmen and will Ifkdy need the support of her army and navy Alter a review of the facts conceiningjhese two nation see these exists between the two peoples a sincere and cordial friendship I I of ters tile recer try sevelts modern i n wecan today favoring question relit i naturally ne- tg beaver addition In many towns and ci ies of our country one day is set apart and called Cleaning Day at which time every one is expected to put their premises in order by removing all trash that has accumulated during the winter months We heart iy endorse all such movement suggestive of beau i3ing lawns and h mesand consider it net only from an aesthetic of view but necessary to the health oftie community Those acquainted with the facts well know the danger lurking in water found in cans after a rain as well as the open garbage cans that no city today allows In piles of decomposed vrgitilion and trash there often breeds an epidemic of that could so easily have been preventedInstead of an epidemic of disease let us have an epidemic of cleanliness for cleanliness can also be made con Let it germinate and spread om home to home from street to al v and let each person old and young nuourage in themselves and others a personal pride in the ap pearance of our town Our educational issue will appear next week and we desire that you read it and pass it on to your neighbor who may not otherwise see and kni w how deoi ly we are concerned in the welfare of his children No pecuniary motivn has prompted us in tbn but only a deep interest in this mist vital question that pertains to humanity Some matters may be neglected without serious results but the of the State depends upon the education of the children and we want your assistance in awakening and arousing the interest of every man and woman in the education of the boys and girls School Notes The members of the Civil Govern ment class are very much interested in information to the pc lice forces of the cities in different parts of the U S consequently they have written to three coast cities and two inland ci ijs The chiefs in these cities were qu te cordial in their re plies a number sending de tailed report of the various salaries etc Fur the benefit of those who may be interested we give below some figures obtainedNew 10209 policemen San Francisco 897 New Orleans 493 Louisville 417 Atlanta 250 Estimating the populaii m of these cites we find that in New York each policeman controls 440 in San Francisco 557 i i Louisville 635 in At lanta 680 and in New Orleans 774 Our class is much gratified to in te in the I Land of Now it rt quires only ore policeman to control aoout 2000 pets pip Patsy Kinnaird gave a parody on one If James Whitcomb Rileys po ems as follows The Little Town O Lancaster You kin bost about yer cities and their stddy growth and size And brag about yer county seats and business enterprise And railroads and factories and all sick foolery But the Ii tie town o Lancaster is big enough fer mr You can harp about yer churches with their steeples in the clouds And gas graded streets and and blow about yer crowds You kin talk about yer theatres and all youve got to see But tie little town o Lancaster is show enough for me They haintno style in our town bits little like and small They paint no churches nulher jes the meetin house is all Theys no sidewalks to speak of but the highways al us free And the little town o Lancaster is wide enough fur me Some finds its discommodin like Im williu to admit To hev but one post office and a wo mern kee ii hit And the drugstore nd shoe shop and grocery all three But the little town o1 Lancaster is bandy enough forme You kin smile and turn yer up es- sentIal tin f fevers I iOU and I I fut ore gather iug I I ofthem I has I I I I I I aboutyer x or j pmt stagnant stitnul rte undertaking departments I people nose This i a grand opportunity to get a good Piano at a reasonable price and with ample time to pay Dont miss this chance Write today for particulars and joke and hey yer fun And laugh and holler Lancaster is better holts n none If suits you better wy where youd ort to be But the rite town o Lancaster good enough fer me 14 of Pound a Week at least is what a young baby gain in weight Dues yours If not theres something wrong with i s digestion Give ir McGees Baby Elixir and it will begic gaining at once Cures stomach and bowel troubles aids digestion stops good for teething babies Price 25c and 50c Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Startling Encouragement Was Amelias father encouraging put proposal in writing so I couldnt back out as all the others did Only Needed a Start One night little Margaret on kneel ing by her mamma to say her prayers finished Now I lay me and forgot Mamma she said you just start me and then I can go whizzing Exchange THOUGHTLET Life is full of trials and few of us may hope to escape conviction This is the glad season when the pie baker proceeds to mince matters The less a woman has to say in a letter the more sheets of paper she If time was money it would be an easy matter for the loafer to pay his debtsAmong those wjth lofty are the uplifter and the inventor of aero planesNevertheless it is shocking to see a ham actor leave the stage to became a sandwich man A small boy likes to have his hair mowed with clippers so that he will not have to comb it A knowledge of music isnt neces sary to enable a pretty woman to play upon a mans sympathies Perhaps a man thinks he is stand ing up for his rights when he keeps his seat in a crowded car It sometimes happens that the man who marries a cookingschool graduate would rather fight than eat A girls idea of having a good time is to do something she thought would be fun because she wasnt allowed to PONTED PARAGRAPHS Half a loaf is better than a loafer Skindeep beauty is all right if the girl has money A man isnt necessarily conservative because hes slow A man may bow to the inevitable but he doesnt lift his hat The man who trusts no one doesnt know what disappointment is Be a dreamer if you will but get up and hustle when the alarm clock goes off A man feels like kicking himself when a homely woman attempts to flirt with him A spinister may imagine that mar riages are arranged in heaven but a married woman knows better Probably there is nothing quite so unsatisfactory as the good judgment a might have used but didnt One reason why theres plenty bf room at the top is the fact that every body want to get in on the ground floorThe proof of mans superiority over woman is the iact that he buttoned down the back V 7 l I the city hit ought- to herII uses ideas I I t man one his 12 c fretfulness dolt never wears clothes Giirrzird Circuit Court Z ick Simpson Ex cjit ir Plaintiff vs Notice Addie L Sparks Defendants haiirjr coitus against the of Luy Ann Simpson dc ceas d are hereby notified to present the sanH proven as required lax to i he uiriei slyned Commissioner at h suffice in Lancaster Gurrard ountv j Kentuckr onor before Mondiy April 4th 1910 all claims not so proven ard pres by said date shall be barred This March 2ftfh l 10- W I Williams Master ioner Garrard Circuit Court It I I sons estat b loJ J tnd J r I All pe need loin mis r WOOl i W R GOTT CO L J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY I I II r Coal FOR SALE For Cash or ProduceJ- ust received a car load of Black Bear Coal Hens 2icts Also a car of KNAWflA SALT lust received Highest market price for Poultry Eggs Hides Furs Iron Bones Rubber and Metal Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot W L DOUCLAS 3OO 35O MOO or I I i Ii B1Nortllcott1 SHOES tat to the World UNION MADEBoys Shoes 2OO and 25OFast Color Eyelets Used I I 5 Price HighestMarket I CheapI i W L Douglas shoes the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes If you have been paying high prices for your shoes the next time apair give W L Douglas shoes a trial You can save money on your footwear and get shoes that are just as good ia every way as those that have pricesIffactories at Brockton and see for yourself how carefully W Douglas shoes made would then understand why they hold their shape fit better and than other makes CAUTION W I Douglas name and price istamped on the bottom to the wearer and inferior shoes Take No Stibittilute If W Donglas shoes are not for sale in your 1ctaUTTrrite Order Catalog WL J W SMITH Mound Paints may cost a trifle more buU C C J E Stormes r youn 4 I Mass L you t L or t it are are wear g 2L Br City March 1910 F G HURT Lancaster Ky Dear send me full particu lars regarding the Club ofTen I am in the purchase ofa Piano Name PO PO SirPlease interested e r IoHwlli t I I I I I IIII I 11111111II1111111111I I I I I III I I I I I II- II IF ANY ONE KNOWS i t Good Flour IT IS THE Women I and one good reason that we are so proud of Glen Lilly Flour 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 JARRARD MILLING CO LANCASTER KY II I i i i i01 I i II f t IIIIllilllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1 M n tf L Wood President W C Fish Vice President O U Tetrill Asat Cushier r t OFFICERS- E WG Kemper Cashier DIRECTORS Marion Coy R L Arnold JB Woods RGGayn JSBurrows KLWoods I WC Wynn IW C Flab PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KENTUCKY Capital Stock 1600000 Deposits 10000000 Surplus and Uandivided Profits ixooooo Your Banking no matter how Large no matter how small The Peoples Bank will give it careful attention This message applies to men and women alike Come In and see us we are always glad to see von The safest and most convenient way to do your business is through a bank With ample Capital Surplus and with years of the Peoples Bonk Paint Lick Ky stand ready to serve you Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky II I Assets experience Buggies Road Wagons AND BUGGY HARNESS Syracuse Plows Cutting and Drag Harrows Wherr you think of building see the Danville Lumber t Manufacturing Co I Incorporated KENTUCKY 4 K U Estimates Promptly Furnished j HAMMAK Paint Lick Ky ti f t DANVILLE 41 0L Z Frazier Carts Give Perfect Satisfaction II YOU like the real thoroughbred style in clothes you like to lock at a dressed that way you like to tfe dressed that way we know w hat ou like There just one way for to dress and look like a thoroughbred and youll have to come to this to get the clothes Hart Schaffner Marx new weaves and colors In allwool fabrics the smart distinction in style winch iveget in these clothes cannot be had in any other way nor iiiV any other store around here wear these clothes sooner or later ifyou dont now theyre the only logical thing for welldressed men SUITS 1 to 3QS0O This store is the home of HartSchalfher Marx 1 l t r you i i I t PIt s 7 otji iii I dsSSS s 1 YA can f v o- i stare theoo o You 11 Ih1Y 1 800 JAS Wa SMITH acic4P Jta ryr See my Planters u i S55S a Corn 1 STONE Mrs MaryA Sanders sold several bushels of hemp seed to R H Preston at 3 per bushel R H Preston sold to Danville par ties 111 bushels of at hemp seed at 3 p r bushels A T Sanders sold to Mr Bill Whit aker one horse for 130 Mr Joseph Hicks sold a good work horse for 110 Mr Bob Long and family visited Mr and Mrs B Ray of Buckeye Sunday Mrs Mary B Preston and daughter Miss Linnie was the guest of Mrs Tom Bruner of Jessamine last Thurs dayMr Clyde Sanders uncle W S Scottsat Nicholasville from Saturday until Monday Miss Mammie Bruner of Jessamine spent part of last week with her Miss Linnie Preston- C S Sanders and family spent Sun day with their grandfather Mr J M Sanders The members of Scotts Fork have organized Sunday School everybody both old and young are cordially invit ed to attend let us all take an interest in it and make it a success Mrs Mollie Fayne have returned home after spending several days sofa Mr John Fayne of Lex ingtonMiss Lillian Mitchell returned to ber home in Jessamine Sunday after spending three weeks with relatives in this county Mr Henry Preston of Lexington the guest of Mrs Preston Mr and Mrs Norman Grow are over the arrival of a little boy baby which came to their home March 24 Peculiarly One of the oddest signs in New York is in the window of an old house In Moore street It reads r Cats taught tricks if they are brought in while they are kittens Saved From The Grave I had about given up hope after nearly four years of suffering from a severe lung trouble writes Mrs M L Dix of Clarksville Tenn the pain in my chest would be almost unbearable and I could not do any work but Dr Kings New Discovery has made me feel like person Its the best medicine made for the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn hay fever la grippe asthma bronchitis and and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful Try it 100 Trial bottlejrfree Guaranteed by B E v 1m I J visisted his was B Jlc bert i c I cousin with her Sunday rejoicing Worded Ofte anew colds croup hemorrhages hoarseness med- Icine Soc ini J I Case Plow Best on the market r 5 GI r t a 2t Tries Phaetons and Drive WagonsI IBuJgjes I I The Kokomo Fence Its the BestI I 1 Never has there been shown in Lancaster as large and complete line of Buggies Surries Phaetons and Drive I ing Wagons as I now have in stock No trouble to show goods Call and see them cV sspasrsJ liS y4 f o l Cracks At Creation Did You Knox That if ybur head is soft now is the j time to rare hair to sell for it is bringing fabulous prices That I have enough confidence in I most people to lend them money but I havent gob the money i That about the onlyway to find a girl out is to call when she isnt in I That there is no man so poor but what he can afford keep a dog and g some are so pour they can keep three fo That some one has in church I last is why I go in late to keep from j shirking it off on some one else I That plowing should not be contn ued later than ten oclock at night It gets the horses in the habit of staying out late and unduly the plow That Edisons latest invention is to I extract heat from fire so as to leave it perfectly harmless while the heat can be carted away in flour barrels to be used for cooking That if there was any truth in the 8 theory of transmigration when a boy j died he would go into an point I That our high school girls do not care for athletics but most of them can twist a boy around their little finger That even if you get the best whis l ky whisky will get ofyou That a woman should get a mans wages and from what the married men say she does That it is very wasteful to throw away an old umbrella that by cutting the coyer up into strips you can make I your husband number of neckties c that ribs properly twisted and I woven together make a good rat trap and the stick will do for a to the Clergyman Christmas That anv catch a fish but it takes a professor to it was done That Beddow Morrow can enter Lain you by hour if your topic be the Finny Tribe i That he is considered thebest angler south of the Mason and Dixon line That he will go day if you will furnish a bucket of good hick ory I Clay Sutton has ordered an Air ship and that he hopes to to town every day when begets iti That a ray of light travels bun dred thousand but that Duo Gill can glue the ray of light fifty yards stirt and then beat it That Henly Bastin doesnt leave any in milk he sjcims it on top when no is looking he it over and skims it under the bottom On Married Life Carried life 1s the ol all i b to toga I exposes int rogation I best the cane to big tellhow h That come 4 o o I I the present one can the with you any minnows two miles asecond out cream the and one turns Noblest ts aad Born to the wife of Mr Aaron Ray an eight pound girl Mr and Mrs Mirah Raney enter tained a number of their friend pleasantly Sunday Mr and Mrs J D Ray spent Sun day with M and Jim Foster Mrs Peachie Grow visited her son Mr Eirl Grow and Mrs Marah Ran ey last week Mr Pile Walker sold to Mr Raj mond Burchel one horse price 65 The Demon of The Air is the germ of LaGrippe that breath ed in brings suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Electi ic Bitters the splendid tonic blood puritier and regulator of Stom ach Liver and Kidneys Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore health and good spirits after an attack of Grip If suffering try them Ooly 50c Per fect satisfaction guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m MARKSBURF Miss Eannie Tomlinson has been vis ting friends in Burgin Mr Cbipman of Bracken county has been the guest at home or Mr Gosney Mr Tarden Evans of Jessamine county has been visiting Mr Jonah Marsee Mrs Sallie Fox and Miss Bettie Roystpn were shopping in Danville FridayMrs App Price and Miss Minnie Johnson of Lancaster were guests of Misses Levy and Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Speaks were visiting Mr Jim Speaks and family at Brvantsville Sunday Rev Thomas Coleman of Danville has consented to preach at the Fork church until a pastor be permantly located on the field Rev Coleman will preach at the usual hour Sunday morning Parsons of Berea will preach at here Saturday afternoon at230 Mr Noah Mirsee and wife have been with her father Mr Turner for the past few days who has been ill at his home at Mt Hebron Mr Jurdy Lowry Wilinore Ky I cured some sick with your Poultry cure and find it to be the best poultry rem edit I ever used Sold by J B Mount Son i Loyd very- I Mrs I I I I IRe churen have Jt P I l i S nervousness Allie Dunn nee saps chickens Bourbon h- As a Stamp Buyer Ill say this for Alfred remarked the boys father hes patcfotlc and is doing all he can to reduce the gov ernments postal deficit Ever since he went to schcol he has writ ten to me about times a week asking for money A Baby Show n Lancaster would have many contestints but safe to say that the healthiest baby would via priz o babv can be healthy who suffers from warms and most babies do unless they are kept free from them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly is its own purgative Mothers dont attempt raise children without Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by K E McRoberts 1m THE TACTFUL WOMAN A woman of tact is the one who feels that the story told to hurt your feelings is essentially bad form and inconsiderate of the feelings of others A woman of tact is the woman who is courteous to old people who laughs agreeable to all women in all of life A woman of tact is the one who makes her visit a bright spot in the day and her goodby a hope that she may come again A woman of tact is one who not gauge people by their clothes or their riches but who condemns bad A woman of tact is one who is under all circumstances and hi every condition in which she placed A woman of tact is whose for humanity is second only in lifes devotion and whose watchword is unselfishness BEING PLEASANT IS TONIC Don t be afraid of being pleas at It wont hurt you and you will be aa good as a tonic for all you meet I What though you do think yourself superior to most of your acquaint ances is it good taste to placard your belief by a freezing countenance There is nothing like affability toj conceal ones family skeletons haughty manner is a direct bid for the rest of the world to rake up secrets that you thought buried y Not every one hai ttafifcappy facul but no one need eiwpaipiiiypf the them at a I r I i 1 it s t t U I I with the young and who makes herself condI- tions manners courteous maybe one ancestral i ty of drawingg or to r f J iT 1- 14 0 t I t r s 1 away four the doe Io the tI ofothe vulgarity consc aeekiag put t a w r veer Music just received in stock A fine line of late Vocal and Instrumental at pr copy F 6 HURT Lancaster Fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden One IJlilliofi Strawberry Plaits Free Catalogues Hilknmeyer Son Lexington Ky Women WMKM srfer effect their traaftfe ffl yew ease is Cartt fitee M is a Salt reiaWc 9- I No Agents H F lemle Irty knksas Was ilK II MUSICacts wig ins lalllS a taerat leat wait till lake lay wtllltlllea Take =CARDUI I I Plrs1ea liarFIa1rktI CziI wnIe was a gI- I trcr srtt N k1nIItk JIil- l silk ii- ikp ew saet sIIIrIIIas II lpll f 1rJiII IIi 1ksa tne llerdd l Try cJIL aiaNt- rwai I nt a iraMiM l 4W 7 shad6r yens 4 Ned S We are now receiving new goods by every ex press and within the last few days have received about fifty packages of Ladies Garments All from New York City no Western Goods and showing the very latest ideas prevailing in the Eastern cities Now is the time to dolour Spring i shopping while stocks are at their best j Among these late arrivals are dozens of new Silk Dresses in U Foulards Pongees Changeable Taffetas Rajahs etc New Ac l Pleated Dresses Overskirt Dresses Etc in many colors and prices from 500 to 45OO I tgi Also a big lot of white and colored Lingerie dresses at all prices from 250 to 25 and imported Scotch Gingham dresses at 65O and 850 White and colored Linen dresses all styles Hundreds of new white Lingerie and tailored shirt waists entirely new and every f attractive style Pure Irish Linen tailored waists in three styles at f125 Lingerie T i waists in special values at 2 00 250 and up to 10 Over 200 new silk waists made of black and colored Taffetas Pongee Rajah Mess aline Chiffons and fancy Taffetas and Seco Silks at 250 400 5 00 and 600 E Linen tailored suits in immense variety of both styles and price rangeing i cK1 well tailored pure natural linen suit at 750 up to very elaborate suits at 30 Our line of Tailored Wcol Suits is decidedly the most attractive we have ever shown Over 200 to select from at prices fro i 15 to 3500 and all the popular colors We are selling hundreds of Coronet Hair Braids because we are selling them Just about half the usual price We offer fine rea wavy hair braids 36 inches long at 4to6 AB Robertson BroDanville Kentucky GOODS I cordeon J from a r r 4 NEW EVERYDAY F BUCKEYE Dr J S Gilbert bought of Mr Blakeman ahorse for 8225- Mi T O Hill bought a yearling colt from Mr Maurice Russ price 100 Miss Katie Mae Dickerson will be gin the spring term of school at 4th of April Rev T B Ray of Richmond Va visited his mother Mrs Wm Bay last week Miss Bulah Davis of Crab Orchard has been Hih relatives here the past two weeks Mr and Mrs Howard King and children were the guests of her Dr and Mrs G M Hendron last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Wal ker Bradsnaw and visited her parents Mr and Mrs T O Hill last week Mrs John Teater was stricken with paralysis last Mondday evening while milkingMrs P Long of Cottonburg visited her daughter Mrs B I week Mrs Oscar Bay entertained a num ber of her friends very pleasantly last Sunday Werse Than Bullets Burl t have often caused less suffer ing to soldiers than the eczema L W Harriaaan Burlington M got in the army and suffered with forty years But Buckleus An tea Salve cured all else failed be writes Greatest healer for Sores Ulcers Boils Burns Cuts Wounds Bruises Roberts 1m K ANT8VILLE Mr J C Williams was in Louisville Tour day on business Yrs G B Bose has beenquite sick for several days Mr and Mrs Marshal Davis of Jes Mine the recent guests of Mr sod Mn Charley Deane Mr B FPatton continues to im prove slowly Mr Llllard of Boyle was here last week engaging lambs at 8 cents Dr W M Elliott has bought the farm of Mr C M contain lag 270 acre at SUM per acre Mrs Sam Haeelden been visit lag relatives at Danville Misses Allte DUBB audTOs fertile Danville abofp mr Saturday Mr aad Mrs Beery lowllssoa have tae guests of relatives at Spears Anaie Phillips IMS returned to IlK hose at SUBford after a rtot to relatives here Mr BrjM Ballard WM Mr a Mr CUV o e Buckeye clii dren last Itae when and Pal 25c of R E bave been Jenkins eta beta t Rufus parents Burton r baa Meat offer frost 1 Is4wei r Sunday at Nicholasville Mrs John Peterr of Mackville her sister Mrs CC Becker last weekMr and Mrs W W Burnside of Bfcbmnnd spent the week2nd with Mr B F Patton end family Miss Eliza Ison was the guest nf Mrs W B Cook at Lancaster last week for a short visit Mr and Mi Carter Sellers of Jes samine have been recent visitors of Mrs Dean M G B Rose went to Booneville Friday on business There will be services at the Meth odist church Sunday night by the Rev J GodbeyDr has received new Overland Roadster and is delight ed with it He and J Hogan Ballard drove It over from Lexington The Call Of Th Bleotf for purification finds voice in pim ples boils sallow complexion a jaun diced look moth patches and blotches en the skin all lams of liver trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try them 25c at B E McRoberts 1m Get the Bright Side Cheer up Count joys as well aa your sorrows Make a book of blessings and see which side la ahead Uncle Allen As to what they call the financial problem reflected Uncle Allea Sparks there are just two of them how to get money and how to keep it and there isnt more than about one in a of us that ever solves either of em The Riftit Time Anyway Whenwas Louisiana ceded asked the teacher Just after the spring plowing replied the bright farmer boy Mrs H Stephensburg Ky says Your Bourbon Poultry Cure is alii bt I bad a fine turkey so sick with could not eat and it cured her I also cured mj chickens of gaps with It Gets Accordingly Its just itespoBieBcy tkatailsyow BBsbaBd IsBt it Mrs Hlgaraore I to but a specialist fak treat for aid kaewi quite expeasive Teacher Wow boys a mile exaaj le la eatalaritkpetieHoweU posed a penc be who wa kom im 1876 Payil PleaM teacher was R Charley I 7 7 1 A Sutzer It t sappers lilt That Depend ere Pia f 2 visited i4 Thursday your hundred cholera she r a aaaa waarRN BUENA VISTA Miss Susie Jennings was a weekend guest of Miss Katie Farley at Bry antsvle Miss Ethel Evans has returned from a visit to relatives at Junction City Miss Mary Asking is spending the week with her cousins at Ambrose Jessamine county Simon Weil of Lexington was here last week to look at the cattle of J B and J F Ruble Mr Estridge of Batnt Lick was here on business last week Miss Alice Mabel Scott will leave the first of April to spent a fortnight with College friends in Laxlngton Mrs Elizabeth Walden and daugh ter from near Danville were guest of Mr and Mrs Sim Davis last week Eminent Authorities say that outdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats all very will but bow can people with rheumatism follow that advice The answer is very Ballards Snow Liniment and the rheumatism will go leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief from rheumatism neuralgia lame back and all pains Sold by B E Mc Robert 1m A Question to Be Considered Do you consider plagiarism under any circumstances Well answered Senator Sorghum Its pretty bard when you find compelled to make a choice being interesting or original Seed Sure to Blossom Blessed is the band that prepares a pleasure for a child for there saying when and where it may Extreme Impediment Law examination in the ladies inary Examiner Miss Jones state the chief impediment to Candidate When no one presents himself FUegende Blaetter I simpleuse I s yourself between II I bloom forthJerrold I gem TB Cream tennH permissible marriage W MUMITEH REMEDY villtM n f 1IEIFAIRI1Irwvsi IIMIyejHLIiiIrtiT f i j Jf i J J J a wae resaa B Ci- MCRobertDrl StorO c cxfry Selected Here you discontented knocker Growlin bout the countrys ills Chloroform your dismal talker Take a course of liver plUs Stop your durn kl otee howlin Cbaw some sand an git some gri Dont sit in the dumps a Smile a few an boost a bit Fall iti while the bands aplayin Ketch the an march along Stead o pessimistic brayin Jine the hallelujah song Drop yer hammar do some rootIn Grab a born cuss an split Every echo with yer tooth Smile a few anboost a bit Municipality In The municipality of Peteraborough England has enriched its treasury perceptibly by engaging in the celery business A Disraeli Anecdote Sitting next Disraeli at dinner Mrs Jeune said that Lord must be allowed one virtue namely his and affectionate behavior toward his wife you think said in his deep tone that he has ever seen her Memoirs of Lady St leer Bronchial Tubes Ail Stuffed Upl While president of Washington D C I suffered continually and intense ly with a bronchial trouble that was simply terrible to endure 1 would have spells thatIcould hardly breathe 1 would choke fill up in my and bronchial tubes and the doctoring that Idid and the used were of no benefit to me 1 beard about Booths so bene ficial in catarrhal and procured an outfit Ireceiv ed relief from by its use I continued wltfrit and received a cure It is about two years since I have suf fered at all from my former trouble Mn Br L Pannell 404 N Augusta Street Staunton Va ftferch 26J909 Hyomei is guaranteed by B E fc Roberta to cure catarrh croup bron chitin coughs colds and sore throat or money back A complete Rypmei pronouBced Alahome outfit 8100 at drug gtets everywhere Includes a pocket inhaler sad bottle nf Hyomei extra bottle Hyonei coat hoc Free gampleboUle booklet from Booths Hyomei CoiBoffak BY step Business f Do H up bronchial affect- IOns and II ro7 rltftti rJ1 bc1 Wa t0Wn3l if grow i Sherbrooke patient Disraeli threw whatever theist cats This hard rubber end ease oroIiey back Ii cats Lea a lral1 j k SENTENCE SERMONS Unity of aim Is more than of appearanceSaints suffer from a sease o superiority You can never pray for another with your lips alone A good man is never blind to the good in other men The best pride of ancestry Is to be a light to posterity Faith does more thaa defend old facts it makes new ones He can never know men who will not stop to know children Some come near proving the devil when they argue on their god No man gets far in the business of living who lives only for business Anxiety tries to see the mountains In the way and trips us up over a pebbleHe sets his sails to the winds of applause steers with his back to the futureA annoyance wiU try out sainthood much better than a prospec tive martyrdom One is not necessarily en route to glory because he has turned his back OB other sinners Character is what you are when It seems that the conductor will not look for your fare The man who gets into a fever on parade often gets into a funk when the fighting begins Chicago Tribune REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR It takes a man with a bad temper to think you have a worse to say It The thing that prejudices a man against automobiles is not being able to own one The way to feel a lot of enthusiasm for a cause is not to understand what it is about What a girl objects to about going out in a snowstorm with a man is the way her father wants her to dress for it A man who always gets seasick doesnt seem to be able to keep from saying afterward it was the first time it ever happened to him A man learns to write love letters trying to get married and forgets how by doing it A man thinks hes a naturalborn weather prophet when his wife made him put on his goloshes and it stormedIts great mistake to love a so much that you cant put on more steam about it when shes in the mood to say you dont at all A man can walk 15 miles around a billiard table without getting half as tired as from carrying the baby up and down the room three times New York Press 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 TSo 19R Burgiu Exchange this is the season to Stock Food We have jut received a large shipment of and are selling it at 285 per 25 pound pail as long as this lot last t I I men I I I 1 i t I woman and ParmDrs use R r JdWaOWI I identity a 1ITERNATIOMAL t i 33- ka THE Garrard Bank Trust Ca INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5OOOOOO R E McRobert Pres Basks Haisaa Vice Pre L I BwtoXYIcr Pus J Elore Cashier D A TbMM A t C kr- R Eltia BookKeeper Comparative statement of Its growth Individual Deposits January i 1907 6 53474 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 1 909 I 645236 Jan 1 1910 13564758 IE W L THE Notional Bank Of Lancaster Cetal50000 SntoS20MO A 8 DEIST rresifeau J E STORMES Vice Pre t S C DillY CMkter J F Robinson Asat Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E S C Denny J WI Wlhla Storm L Gill Indestructible TIle dear fmll brffliuit tone f iBfertnc tible Cylinder Records is tile best rcaa fcr theirgr w inS popularity But its afine thins to kmw they cut Mew matter how careless be a dthat they will merer wear oat MO Matter how Huuiy tunes y flay tip35 cents Call for a catalog A repertoire to cheooc fnm amd we ate adding to H right along F G Hurt bancaster CeItmI you j w sy i apk din Peerless Poultry Fences are in a class by themselves Strong hand some and durable they do away with the flimsy poultry netting Requires notop or bot tomboards and will turn any kind of stock A dozen differ lands tochoose from Ask your dealarfor catalog a d f make him furnish you the Peerless in any style yoawaL Peerless Fate faUL AirumHek For sale by Conn Bros Lancaster Ky stretchtightandtroeIikeafie1d feDCe a AittI J J WAZUKPraaideBt III Ja JoiOMOSf t Tina Pr OR0AN1ZED 883 Tbe OTZEMS NATIONAL BiNK Of LAMCASTM KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 35000- B P HUMOW CiuUer- WOBMMBT Asatnuhr QDWA J J WALKKB Ja Asst BookKeeper BHSM Solicited JS Johnson rHfdsoa JJW T H Arnold Alex Qibbs Lewis L Walker C A AnMM WHY NOTHAVE YOUR INSURED HOW DEADlY JUSEiDC Oftce NatioMl Ilkof La caa4er I Cia I LIFE 9 PMIIi e iloetHeger rrart aid ttlitfd DIR CTOItS M I I v 3t it L I ION SALE FOR c t s I F e r 5Less than the price of Calico Come before we are sold up on these goods The Joseph Mercantile Company bidders In Dry Goods Notions and Ladies Tailoring J ft 1 H dtt i I H J il 5 Yard i i High Class I iI I Ginghamst S 1 i Gossip About People v v xc A Brief Mention cf the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are In Everett Parks of Danville was here court day Mr Grore Kenndy of Crab Orchard was here Monday Ward Moor Orchard was a vistor here Monday M Gilt Eubanks of Lincoln attend ed court here Monday Mr Clarence Tate of Stanford was in our midst court day of State College Lex spent Easter at home Mr AV El Bro li of Lexington was a recent visitor in Lancaster Earl Ward of Cincinnati was a re cent visitor to Lancaster friends Miss Erie Zimmer left this week for a visit to friends in Cincinnati Mr Bradley Johnson cf State col hge Lexington spent easter at home Mrs Wm Hays of Stanford is the guest of Mr and Mrs James A Beaz leyMrs Ed C Gaines entertained the Circle Wednesday after noon Marguerite Kinnaird and Stella Alexander were in Danville SundayMrs Robert Thompson of Crab Orchard has been visiting Lancaster relativesMr urn Harris of Lexington has been visiting Mr and Mrs R H TomlinsonMrs Henry and little son J C of Buckeye have teen guests of Mrs J B Soaper Mrs Bright Herring and soi Ash lev Swope have returned from a visit to Lexington Mrs Mary Tajlor came home this week from a stay at Mirtinsville Ind and Louisville Mrs Lucy Beazley of Li icoln coun ty visited Mr and Mrs B F Hudson the past week Dr J J Pursley of Deadwood South Dakota is here visiting Miss Bertha Sanders Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Danville are visitors of Mrs Rebecca West and family Miss Angie Kinnaird of tbe D D Institute Danville was at home for a several days visit Yrs Ada Kinnaird left Tuesday for Louisvi le where she will buy more goods for her trade D Powell and H C Hamiltjn left Wednesday for several days stay in Louisville Mff R L Brown and children of Ky are guests of Rev C C Brown and Mrs Brown Miss Katherine Harris of Stanford is with her grahd parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris for a visit Mr Jack Dunn of Lexington was here Monday mingling with his many Garrard county friends J Randolph Hani of Stanford was over for ashort visit to his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris or Crab Eli hFord intou J I I Chauta qua 4Misses j or C Greenup t 1 I r if 1 F V i I c l t r t f r 11 I J 1 Richard Dunn of Whites has been visiting in Lancaster Bertha Sanders is at home a short visit in Winchester Rev R B Mahoney of Stanford was a recent visitor in Lancaster Drs P trick and Carman of Paint Lick were two pleasant visitors here court day Dunn of Lexington is here for a visit to his aunts Misses Bane and Knapp West Ernest Bourne of Lexington is here visit to his parents Mr and Mrs John Bourne Eder B F Clay of Caldwell Idaho was the guest for several days of his friend Elder F M Tinder Misses Mary Ann Collins and Dud ley Doty of Richmond were two fair visitors in Lancaster Saturday Miss Lucile Spratt has been a visitor of Mrs John Ferrell since her return from a stay with friends in Lowell Mrs George Spoonamore of Lincoln has been the recent guest of her par ents Mr and Mrs Westley Zmone Miss Hattie Arncld has returned to her home in Je after several weeks stay with Mrs U D Simpson Francis at home a trei j tying a visit to Mr and Mrs Al x Francis of Roiling Fork Mississippi J L Francis has returned from a visit to Messrs John Burnside and Bratinau Beazley at San Angelo Texas Editor Louis Landram and wife of Richmond have been recei t guests of Mrs H A B Marksbury and family Mr and Mrs John E Sturmes are expected today from several months sojourn at Clear Water Flori Mr Robert Gaines of Stanford was with Mr and M Ed C Games and Mrs N Bahou this week fur a Mss Lizzi Lay a student of the Normal school at Richmond came Saturday for a visit to Mrs J C Ac tjn The Misses Gill were hostesses to the Tuesday Afternoon Club at their handsome home on Stanford streetMr and Mrs Richard Brown ard children of Lowell are guests of tbe latters parents Mr and MS J F Snratt Miss Mary Clark of Noitb Dakota ii here visiting her cousins Muses Callie and Mattie AdamsDr Virgil G Kinnaird of Louis ville Medical College was with his parents Dr and Mrs James B Kin naird for Easter Miss Katie Lee Denny entertained in honor of Misses Emma and May Craig MoffBtt two charming visitors here from Lebanon Misses Jane and Mary Duty were hostesses at a most sumptuous dining Tuesday to a number of their friends The dinner was served in courses Miss Annie Margaret Elkin enter tamped Friday evening quite hand somely in honor of her visitors Misses Cobb and Covjngton of Richmond Mrs Andrew Tanner and little daughter Dorathy Ann Tanner of Kansas City are expected soon for a visit to her cousin Miss Mary Arnold Miss Kathleen Walter was hostess at a dinner Sunday toa number of her after I I Jt ff fora Louis i Miss Tummie i home da E I I Mss tie visit igleman girl friends Tbe guest were Misse Annie Margaret Elkin Lidia Elmore Martha Kavnaugh Fannie Tinder and Li lian Cobb and Tommie Cole Covington of Richmond Mr Editor I noticed in your paper of past week a very timely article on flies It is time that knowledge with regard to flies should be generally diffused Now is the time to begin the work in the schools in papers and all avenues of information if we lessen even a little the ravages of the pest of tbe summerMosquitoes used to be thought triv annoyances now we know they are veritable plauge bearers We have been so warned of the danger of the carrier of the malarial and yellow fever parasite that we jump when we hear the hum of tbe mosquito as quickly as if it were a rattle snake and yet rattle snakes and mosquitoes are less to be feared in this locality than flies for the house fly is our most common foe The ancients thought the suns rays acting on decaying matter engendered life with it and something of the same superstition lingers in the way we talk of tbe thousands of children dying from summer complaint as though it were a natural and inevitable of hot weather The advent of flits brings an immediate increase in the death rate from diarrhea di eases and two months later a similar rise in the number of deaths from ty phoid fever contracted at the time of the diarrhoea period Now these dis eases are caused not by tbe suns rays but by a specific germ which are con veyed into our food and water either directly or indirectly or more common ly by flies Who that heard Dr lecture here will ever forget how he told of how flies at Chickamau ga were watched and marked and tracked on their trips back and forts between the foulness of the vaults and tbe food of the soldier boy Oae fly captured was found to be carrying on its body The female fly lays about a thousand eggs during the season and every ten days brings a new generation We cannot hope to kill all the flies but we can do some thing towards preventing them from making this deadly short circuit be tween filth and food First by doing away with filth secondly by screen ing our houses This is the time to begin warfare on flies in earnest A few large flies are now seen these are literally the mothers of thousands of flies and the grandmothers of of thousands They should be killed as far as possible All breeding places should be done away with such as open garbage caps unclean stables hen houses and vaults Let us make arrangements to prevent the evil as far as possible Your paper should succeed fur it stands for home and schoolA A Knocker is a who cant see good in any person or thing Its a habit caused by a disordered liver If you find that you are beginning to see things through blue spectacles treat your to a good cleaning out process Ballards Herbine A sure cure constipation dyspepsia indiges tion sick headache biliousness all stomrch and bowel troubles Sold by R E McRcberts lm Language Some people talk as if languages were intended only to be used for the purpose of making unnecessary noises by Mc- Cormack hundreds man IIi ver 1M i often consequence 100000 bacteria effects liver We are not asking a favor when we ask you to witness the Chi Namel Demonstration in our store on SATURDAY APRIL 2nd but extanding one It will be your opportunity to learn from the Manufacturers expert many things in regard the treatment of wood work furniture etc and the many ways in andtVairnishingV Process may be made to serve the housewife Dont fail to attend Itwill be woi th many dollars to you V- FRISB1ES DRUG STORE gr J to interior which the ChiNa met Graining I General News It is expected tbe present session of Congress will adjourn about June 17 Dr C W Stiles of the Public Health and Marine Hospital Service reports in a paper telling of his recent tour of the South tbatat many places he found over 50 per cent of the and employees suffering from hookworm disease The Senate again refused to accede to Senator Elkins request that a day be fixed for a vote on the Administra tions railroad bill A suggestion was made that a month or more might be required for the debate on that meas ure Sixteen lives mostly those of young girls were sacrificed in a fire which one of tbe L Fish Furniture Companys stores at 19061903 Wabash Chicago One of the girls Emma Licbtenstein was killed by jumping from a sixth floor window Dispatches to indicate that the movement of seasonable is well up to tbe normal de mand at retail beingstimulated by favorable weather at most point The Rev John H Boenij of Ind died at Indianapolis from blood poisoning contracted about one year ago while he was administering sacrament to a dying parishioner It is estimated that the Pi tsbur grafters secured about 102000 for their votes in the Council and the season of penitence will have to be ex tended to bring out all the facts The redlighf district is said to have paid a toll of a million a year As a sideshow a crusade has been started on this sec tion of the city Plans for the meeting of the South ern Badtist Convention at Baltimore are The nead quaters of tbe will be at the Bellevedere Hotel The Rev Dr W LPicard of Savannab Ga will preach the opening sermon and it is likely all the old officers will be reelected The St Petersburg newspapers that the Goverment is about to introduce in the Douma a naval building programme providing for an expenditure of 375000000 dur ing the next decade Tbe first install ment of the programme will call for 37500000 Mammoth King No 1894 My great Tennessee Jack A black jack with white points full 16 hands under standard foaled May 281905 weighing over 1000 pounds in moderate flesh He will not go to Lin coin county as reported but will make the 1910 season at my barn 2 miles from Paint Lick and onefourth mite from the Richmond and turnpike at 1000 for mares and 20 for jennets to insure living colts Mammoth Kings measurements are inches from tip of nose to top of bead 3414 inches from tip to tip 121 inches from tip of nose to root of tail 68 girth 22 inch forearm 18 inch knee 10 inch below knee at smallest place 19 inch hock 16 inch around hoot at hair Will also stand a five gaited regis tered saddle stallion hands will breeding later Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Money due when mare or jennets trad ed or parted with or bred to other stock Grass furnished at 2 00 per month for mares or jenuets from a Phone in residence Burdett Ramsey AK CURE THC LUNCS Dr Kings i I I destroyed DunsReview r announce Manseon 34 Inch 15f furnish particulars distance KILL COUCH WITH Discoveri I schoolchildren factory avenue merchandise exceptionally Madi- Son convention Lancaster and hE New HICK 8 I AILiIUii lii Jt QH R icRoberta Ihri Sore YOUtL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Candy Lowneys R Zimmer Fresh Lowneys Gaud atZimmers 34tf T S Elkin vwll hndle ice this year and will apprecrajre Tout patronage 2t 7 line Wanted A vcrung gentle horse ap ply at this oflitec Northern seed 80c per bushel Wrfjffalkflf 2t brand of flour Lee 24tt The best corn pInt on the market fully guaranteed W JRomans Highest for coun try produce 24tf Curreys the evaporated fruits V 38tf Have your fihrmkeu at the Lancaster 2t Cftrreys the place your but ter rnd eggs 38tf Wool wool TL S Elkin will pay the highest 3184t Curreys the place fro buy your Olive Oil Olives 318tf Curreys the es apricots pears 38tf Gulley yoiir laundry work Office a prowns sore Special prices 6n Harness etc for next ten tf Conn Bros For Rent Store room next Curreys grocery Mrs Vj6 Dunlap Cutting Corn Planters Cultivators at special prices tt Pure white Tfoyanedott eggs for sale at 50c per set inV of 11- Mra B Sutton 426t Marksbury Ky For Fairbanks balanc Scale Good Will sell cheap W D Walker 3t money on anytbl tf Conn Bros Largest stock of Buggies and phaetons ever Dout buy until you get prices Have your washed at the Lancaster mf Laundry We can wash and dry t the same day 2t If it is a cutting I have it come Now is the tine t make your ice contract for the OQWing Season Stop in and see J P Pratbdr Son 3183t The Baptist will have a flower sale at store beginning April the 9th and continuing for two or three weeks 42tf I have a dressmaking estab lishment in tha rooms formerly occu pied b Lewis L next door to post office and will appreciate your patronage 41tf I Miss Powar- S C Rhode Island Reds exclusively won 1st at Frankfort and Bowling gs 9250 150 and 100 per 15 stock 50cts per 15 3 00 for 100 S A Hill Lancaster Ky RFD No 3188t For Sal Three bulldingV lot east side of Stanford street Mrs Hig ginbotham Apply or address G Bl Robinson As Executor R M West WilliaHW 42Li6 lr ng In 24tf We handle the f oUS U ed Cross Tu er iI mark t p ce Le Turner I wash do Stea L ndry sell woo m e price Bu les d s or to row I rs Etc ros Sale b new you urries sh n iIl ter y J Romans la Ste m Flo er Al S lety Pow s opene alker isvi e Gree e 3Phone391 in r Danville Ky Or attorney i Just opened t sh 1 tt Phone 199 fo an the grocery Lee T er e t P place o if n et 11place o tuY Pcan each etc Cant Hk Con 25 Get our pr es w can say e i ets a row y ant an es W omans I t L tot W1 JJn 1 DIRECT FROM I THE I Flour Mill Ito us is how our OBELISK brand comes That saves a lot of handling and all Intermediate profits On that are enabled to sell you such a high grade flour as the Obelisk at such a re2sonable price Look for and save the coupons from each barrel they are valuable BANKS HUDSON 1ac- count we I MtwuiutIMrUJ1 91 1 lJjllJffJ 1 o NevI l0I Iffi lflffJlf IfllfilI0JI GOODS I Id SPRIi1G Itjj We have just received a large line of H v w Osbourne Cutting Harrows Columbus Wagons Kauffman Buggies and in fact everything needed on farm See our line of Stoves Ranges White House and Buster Brown Shoes Men and Boys Suits Carpets and Druggets to fit any room at prices to please Becker Ballard CO Bryantsville Ky WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD tETCKHESG CNTtt MAY 31 1919 For F H fmtirtlmi cal or M G KOfG F T AH HI Lib St fiT C7 IeerIng Farming mp ements I I t you i 1 TO THE vIA write i thee mm mmmmCmY SILVER WOOD I IlL I f 1 UWtflJWl sot nl Far Wood IrtTafi record 2 7 i brother of Lady Oonstantine iJ2 Forist iiiaud tight others Fir 2271 Son of Not Wool f 0 record 21 sire of Manager 2Mt Lock Heart 2OSJi Addle I y cd GOO record 218J Son of Belmont C4 Silver Wood 1st lam Princes by Vatican 3 U S he by Belmont Cl Vatican darn Uambletouiati Id Far Wood 1G7W5 record 227J 1st dam Nora Viikes darn of No Vood22U Nora Wood 2Hi 2 Nora Wslkes By Geo VHSios 5D 2riJ Nut Wood GOO record 18J Win Ksselldamof MandS2Oj K I to Sor Wut 2Hi W IUd ll1 4 2Ilhl1w others Nut I I 2 t dlDl sire Silver Wood should mako one of the greatest stock horses in Kentucky 1st because he is backed up by sire end dam of the best blood that can be found All gool horses run back to these families of horses 2nd because he is one of the grandest looking 5 year old I ever saw lie is 15J hands high good bone fine style and finish black and white feet and silver tail lie is just coed broke to harness had no work for speed 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 and balanced action clear trot and beauty aud Silver Wood has them all and I cant see why he should not make Kentucky more famous by his get Silver Wood will be kept during tbe sason of 1910 at my stable in Lancaster Ky aud will be permitted to good mares ai the very low price of 1250 to insure a living colt at reasonable price but no responsibility assured for accidents or escapes of stock com ui i tted to m y care horses- I I J tm prcIIrecllO care for stock front u serve 93 distance NABOTH JRNnbothJris a rich red bay 1 years old ami full IB hands hifli weighs 12ii poiiuds and is a i horse of wonderful beauty having a long rangy neck and lug a line tail lIe is a perfect j gaited horse with superb nil round action and like all sons of old Naboth he has great natural speed in harness and a greater racking horse can not 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 and I am anxious to encourage thu breeders of horses to continue better ones As is generally known there is a scarcity of good horses and those suitable for the Eastern bring fancy prices If the breeders would raise Number one horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires Naboth Jr beyond all doubt is a horse that will produce j that type of horses that the market demands and for which the public is willing to p y high prices I purchased this great young stallion at a fancy price because he lies size style action beauty and breeding I had this horse worked 30 days and be stepped a mile in 240 If like begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to Naboth Jr You will note that this Stallion has the blood of OldNaboth Hambletouian 10 Old Messenger Chief j Red Wilkes George Wilkes Manbrino Chief Pilot Jr arid Harry Clay PEDIGREE Uy Naboth 10016219 He by Walsingham 216fi sire of Latitude 219 and several in j the list Valsiughatnby Georgi Wilkes Old Naboths first dam Tinsel by Messenger Durock 106 son of Hnmblttonian Second dam Bess sister to James Unwell Jr by HarabletonUn Third dam Jessie j Harry Clay 45 Fourth damby Liberty son of by American Eclipse I Naboth Jrs First dam by Messenger Chief Jr by Old Messenger Chief Second lam by Grit Davis by Red Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred NabothJr will be kept during the season of 1910 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will Tie permitted at the very low price 15 00 to insure a I am preparel to i care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices but no responsibility assumed for accidents i or escapes of stocK committed to my care NOTICE Niiboth Jr is the sire of tin colt that won the 100 champion colt stake also j the sire of the winner of the yearling stake at the Lancaster OS y carr I II I I other s Sa rely Lance 11 II I 1 braIse market to serve mar Hying colt Fair V B BURTON E N T U G k V Ilm LANCASTER IX OOOOOOC X O X 00 C0000 O XI REX ARBUCKLE 1467 V Great Combined Stallion W il wake tile season of 1910 at J N Denny farm 4 miles from Lancaster on Richmond rite at 20 tor a Living DEINIXY BROTHERS Lancaster stas ta Old Fashion Corn Meal I Is made on genuine French Burs from Sound Clean Corn The life of the Meal is not burnt out in the grind s f ing and is guaranteed to give satisfaction j Creamery Butter I 5 is made from pure cream by modern methods and is the best that money can buy If your jj grcer does not handle Creamery Butter or Old Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we give the name of one who does j We also sell Coal and Brick and will ap ii your patronage i Henley V Bastin I at the Creamery rl I X i Foal i I rCOCOOC OOOOC oocoo OCJ- J SflS ASflStt SS1 S S S S 1iS SJJ S I s i i i IE I I ill i you R Prcc ate s I I R S1iSJlS S S S S 1jSJlS s tl trS tlStS StlStlft fl SflStl uwm a fz Farm and Stock liobeit Burnside sold a nice three yearold horse to Banks Hudson for 8200 Dr J B Kinnaird sold to J W Sweeney 3 acres of land on Buckeye pike at 550 per acre Mr James I nam l nn and Dr W M Elliott bought of M Colby his farm on itttng of 275 acres at 109 per acre Gatden seed germinate quicker ai d better when soaked in warm water before planting This is especially noticeable with seeds having thicl and heavy seed coatf Cleanliness surely the first thing capltarzd turkeys lhey have been called the aristocrats of the poultry woi Id and all that have had experience with a drove uf them will agree to tbis Everything points to a demand for more sheefzrowing in the United States for tllK country now consu mes about 15 000000 annually for nut ton and with higher of beef and pork this will rapidly increase The farmers wife oft n speaksabout being luckyor unlucky with regard to getting winter eggs from bet The fact is tbat it i a matter of man agement ratber than luck When you get eggs and your neighbor does not It is not luck that makes tbe dilier tnce All authorities are predifng a in the poulry crop of tbe coming season This will mean high er prices both for eggs and dressed poultry Hatch al the clicks you can possibly attend to and keep as many pullets as possll IP Your returns will more than compensate you A Kansas farmer was asked by a brewry agent What are you farmers going t do without a market for your grain if you close the brewry and sa loons Well was tbe reply stranger 1 dont exactl know but I guess we will have to raise a bogs and a few less jailbirds Cbris tlan Herald The weather has been very favorable I I I 1 i in rahiIJC liens shortage I I II I I I J I I Jenkins p pies few Uitire xl for al farm work Plowing is beirj done all over the county and some corn planted From present prospects the hemp crop wil be short the season farmers planting tobsccc instead Garrard county land which is especially adapted t tobacco pro duces from 150 to S300 per acre A big bowl of Quaker Oatsi- s the best dish you can serve Delicious and nourishing Good for and all conditions Economical and strengthening Regular tOe packages and hermetically sealed tins for hot T HEBRON Mrs Jesse Duncan is on the Sick lit Miss Bettii Scott is very sick at this wii ing Mr Mariana Montgomery sold to Jno Montgomery a horse for 160 Mr J E Suerruw ongaged his lamb at Temper pound for July delivery Mif Inez Preston who has been on the sick lilt is able to be out again Mr A S nan bought of Mr Edd Grow 15 barrels of corn at 3 per bar relsMiss Miy Scott spent a part of last week with beraurjt Mrs McKee Peel at VI i1 more Mr W N Grow and wife Mr lie ank baby weae with Mr and Mrs Edd Grow Sunday Miss Edith Montgomery spent from Saturday unti Monday with relatives in this vicinity M rand Mrs J A Clark Eugene and Miss Jennie Rogers of Danville were guests of Mrs E F Scott Sunday allages 58 WI andson I corning fARMERS COLUMN i 00QOOOOt OOOOO OOOOOOC00O 06 dpace below this beading is for the use of our farmer subscribers und Is sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver use No notice will be accepted over four lines mid will be only issues of the RECORD free of charge For Sale Full 11 tided Pekin duel s Egys at 40c per setting Lizzie Simpson Marksbury Fou SALE Ens for hatching from my yard of Barred Plymouth Rocksat 75c per set ing or two settings a1so a 125 egg Incubator and Brooder Mrs S r Henderson Phone 93 Paint Lick Ky For Sale 10 bushel of hemp seed also want grass for 14 head of catte by last of Apii Geo 0 Sponnamore Ky Rrown Leghorn eggs for sale 50c per s ing of 15 Mrs J M Crest R F I Stanford Ky Phone 380G- I have 16 head of coming 3yearold mules well broke will sell worth the money S Morgan Phone No 382 B Seed potatoes for sale Dennis Scott Bourne Ky A Real Optimist An optimist says the Philosopher of Folly is a man who can whistle while hes helping his wife wash the supper dishes A Learned Student In talking over with his mother his first day at the kindergarten Bobby philosophized If what I dont know yet is as much as what I do know theres a heap to learn yet isnt there mother The Housekeeper What Did He Mean Prisoner at the bar said the pomjpous and florid magistrate you are charged with stealing a pig a very serious offense in this district There has been a great deal of pig stealing and I shall make an example of you or none of us will be safe Circulation of Wealth It is best for the nation as a whole that wealth shall be allowed to pass freely from the rich to the poor un impeded by Mrs J D Carter is very sick at this writing Born to the wife of Mr P L Dees a girl on VIe 20tl Mrs C S was the guest of her mother Mrs Turner last week Ms Annie Smith is very low this wiitirg Mrs Currie Robinson and daughter Lulu of Berea was the guest of her mither Mrs L J Carter Little Mary Jennings is very 1 w with pnoumoria We are ghd to say that Mr John Roberts who has bee confined to his room for several months is able to be oue again JIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS March Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts lift 1008 17 Shipments 3 2 CATTLE Shippers 7 00 8 10 Batcher steers extra 7 65 Good to choice 0 7a7 Common to fair 4 256 50 Heifers extra 7 25 Good to choice i 6 50 7 15 Common to fair 3 To 6 25 Cows extra 6 So A 50 Good to choice Common to fair Canners 2 75 Bulls balognas 4 Extra 00 Fat bulls X 550A600 5 75 6 25 S50550 75 5 50- C 900 7 75 CALVES extra Fair to good 008 Common and large 5 00 7 05 HOGS good packers and butchers 10 95 11 00 Mixed packers 10 60011095 Stags 6 75 9 65 Common to choloe heavy fat sows 7 85 10 40 Light shippers to 10 10 50 Pigs 110 lbs and less SHEEP extra Good to choice Comment fair LA31 S xtra 7 00 10 00 75 8256 65 4 60 6 00 75 Good to choice 9 25 9 65 to fair 6 25 700 I 1lRJI WV ala forth Intwo I i for 125 I Preachers lie I I up- I I i I I I j I II I i I I legislationAndrew Carnegie I I R OP a I 357 2 L 73 6 UO 9 Come iifB I teouoooooooGco oo exclusive portly LIE 19 lit j ENORMOUS INJURY TO TOBACCO BY INSECTS Conservative Farmer Estimates that from 30 to 50 of Value of Crops Annually Lost Pest t I I i by Per- Cent BY Z P METCALF Anyone walking through a tobacco field if he is at all observing cannot fail to have impressed upon his mind the enormous loss occasioned every year by insects Hardly a leaf can be found which is not injured in some way by insect pests Either the leaf is punctured by the flea bug or large irregular holes are eaten through the leaf by horn worms or the whole top has been shattered by bud worms True much of the injury is so slight that it has no effect whatsoever upon the price of the leaf tobacco but much of the tobacco which ought to sell for firstclass wrappers sell for a lower grade because of blemishes due to insects A conservative tobac co farmer estimates that from 30 to 50 per cent of the money value of his Life History of Southern Horn Worm a Adult natural size b egg enlarged c larva natural size d pupa slightly enlarged crop is annually lost through the work of insects The larger part of this injury is however if the farmer will only em ploy the proper methods Commencing with the sowing of seeds in the spring successive waves of insects pass over the seed bed and over the field of growing tobacco The plants that are left for seed have their pods devoured by insects and the suckers which grow up in the field after the tobacco Is harvested are riddled by insects the work of which is cut short only when the plants are killed by frost Leaves are of course the most im portant part of the tobacco plant and insects do the most real damage to the leaves The aim of the tobacco farmer is to grow good firstclass wrappers as this grade of tobacco brings the best price but tobacco riddled by flea bugs or with large holes chewed into it by bud worms or horn worms mUst always be classed with lower and cheaper grades The number of insects injuring the leaf Is large compared with the numbers that injure other parts of the tobacco plant The injury caused to leaves by insects is largely due to the fact that these insects are chew Ing insects and eat holes directly through the leaf The size of these destructive preventable tobacco See Above is a fair likeness of Naboth Jr Owned by V B Burton O i1 EI I III holes depends upon the size of the in sect and the strength of Its The holes range in size from the minute holes made by flea bugs to the almost complete destruction of the leaf by fullgrown horn worms Bud worms riddle the leaves before they have completely unfolded from the bud Grasshoppers crickets tree crickets and katydids eat larger or smaller holes in the leaf The spotted melon beetle or corn bud worm often eats small irregular holes in the leaf and various worms such as cutworms and cabbage loopers eat larger or smaller portions of the leaf Usually virgin soil is selected for the seedbed and such selection has but very little influence upon the crop of Insects found in the seedbed The usual situation is in the woods and a southeasterly exposure should be seI I mouth- parts lected if possible The plants will grow much faster if protected in this way from the cold northern winds and in this way the plants will to a certain extent outgrow the attack of insects in the beds To this end every care should be taken to see that the bed is well drained that the soil is full of humus and fertility and that nothing but good strong plants which are to a great extent resistant to in sects A good stand of thrifty plants is such an essential thing to the of a good tobacco crop that no amount of labor should be spared in the preparation and care of the seed bed The insects which are destruc tive in the seedbed are usually easily controlled by spraying A great deal of spraying may be done on the seed beds at comparatively small cost for the area is small and easily accessible and as most of the insects in the beds follow the plants to the field there to increase in enormous numbers it nec essarily follows that a reduction of the insects in the bed means a reduction of the same in sects in the field Then too while the plants are young they may be sprayed in safety with a much solution than could be used in the fields for a slight burning of thc leaves in the beds would in no way inpure the salable tobacco growing corresponding stronger lien wanyou The ECO D CENTli rrci ARCOURT ORATED MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS UisvDieK I I II as with Qual I J1 Prices Quite Reasonable as Consistent 1 i NOTICE BIDS WANTED Bids will be received bj Fiscal Cour of Garrard county for rep iriug thi followingTURNPIKE ROADS 1 X GAR RARD COUNTY KY for the year ending December 3ls 1U10 Quarries will be furnished by county on sections where couity own quarries where none is owned by coun Ly contractor must furni h same Said metal shall be broken sufli iiiitl fine to pass through a two inch ring a iiS gieutest diameter Said by jntracor belweei October 15th and December 3lst HHC unless otherwise 01 dered by Supen ing charge of work and the break lug measuring and spreading of metal sha 1 be under supervMin o supervisor or deputy supervisor of db trAct for which the work is done turnpike roads are laid off as follows towit District No 1 Sec No 3 Sugar pike entire pike with rock Sec No 4 Buckeye pike from Lancaster to Me Ureary with rock See No 5 Cral Orchard pike from Lancaster to O B Perkinss pring with rock Sec No 6 Old D inville pike from double git to Dix River wi h gravel Sec N 7 New Dinviile pike from doubli t 1s gate to Dix River with gravel District No 2 Section No 3 Bry antsville and Sugar Cretk pir e entire pike with ruck Sec No 4 Bryants and Cane Run pike entire ith rock Set N 5 Buena and Kentucky River pike entire pik with rock Sec No i From C Puin dexters shop to I 31 Dunns with rock District No 3 Sec N 1 Buckeye pile from McCrearv to Buckeye office with rock See No 2 Buckeye pike from Buckeye postoffice t Stttr store wih rock See No 3 Fron Stotts store to Kentucky river with rock Sec No 4 Poor Bilge pikt from Buckeye pike to Pleasant lilt school house wi h rock See No 5 Poor Ridge pike fro n Pleasant Hill school house to Stotts Fork church with rock Sec No Poor ridge pike from Slotts Fork church to Kentucky river with Sec No 7 Kirksvilh nike from Hyattsville to top of Wet lull Eisr of FI Wests residence with ro k Sec No 8 from top of West hill to Madison Hue with gravel District N 4 SecN 1 Richmond pike from Lancaster lo witli tuck Sec No 2 From Good loes girtktjEd Walkers gate with rock See No 3 From E I Walkers gate to Madison county line gravel Sec No 5 Crab pike from O B Perk iis spring t county I ne with rock Sec No G Fall Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike to E mores with rock Sec No 7 From Elmores gate to end of with gravel The bids wili be on Sections but bidder will not be restricted to one section Said bids shall be sealed and i bond will be required for double the amount of the bid and said bond shall be approved by the Fiscal Court and said bidder Will present ib his bid the name of his proposed surety or sureties The biddiig shall be per rod of 225 cubic feet The aranun of met al to be used on each section will be determined bv the court after bids are received All bids must tic tiled with County Judge on or h f re Tuesday April 5h 1910 The Fiscal Court re serves the light to reject any and all bidsPrivate bids wit also be received be tween now and An il 5 b for the breaking and dumpi gof rock on the following sections District No 1 Sec 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to county line with rock See No 2 Lexington pike from Lanca r to Fork church with rock District No 2 Sec No 1 Lexing Ion pike from Fork church to Dix River and C M Jenkins residence with rock Sec No 2 Lexington Dike from to Kentucky river badge with rock W G GOOCET Supervisor of Roads forGarrard Co POSTEDThe undersigned nereby give wart ng to all persons not to trespass upon mr lands for any purpose whatever is we will prosecute all offenders to ullest extent of the law Hunters and fishermen especially take notice no M Farra Sqrire F Parsons- V S Ferguson Ed N B Price 2 F Herring W A Price V S Embry S L Rich Ira P W Kinnaird T A El In ave Thompson J W Sweeney I T Rica Jas Sutton Irs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels B Anderson B C Arnold V G Anderson H C Hamilton H Brown GYrona W Conn J G Conn G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co tIlt metal sit be spread i lr ha said Said creek toll vile pike Vista ate post I 6 juodlues gate Ochard I gat pie I t I P M Jenkins D L 1 J l oi wit 1 3 LOOK AND LISTEN If you want Po iteness SHAVES and HAIR C UTS go to HENRV DUNCANSB- arber Shop on Richmond street 25 years of experience Office Hours Office over 8 am to 12 1 pm to I Stormes Prng S IB FDENTIST Phone 65 H d T1KSLEY County Surveyor i UOXE Kr Office over F O Harts furniture store C GaInes NOTHING BUT LANCASTER W T LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales1 Best of references Cleanfs Good I WATTEIR l Lancaster Ky 1 Lancaster Kentucky jEd INS CE KE TUCK KING Auctioneer I SqssSS1I4oGec tisssssoooce ssssu 1 E W Iforrowy GraduateOptfcia Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed J E Robinson LAWYEI art CWJNTY ATIH2IE Will Practice in all State Courts and TJ S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 M K Denny I I I I I Ii DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone22L Easter Flowers QUALITY Ware McRoberts H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky Ul tf Dr J B Kimiaird Physical awl SurgcM Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 99 x DRWmBlJRKETT Ptwsican and Surgeon Office over Logans store Resiftace Phone 15 I I 1 I I UI II I I octr I p I JIussIuIs ae S