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Tie Laud of Now1 THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED VEMOGRAC AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From TIlt Land cfX LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRILS 1910 FIRST YEAR Fro u TWENTY NUIIBXR i s r d k A Special price on GflLVflNIZED and PAINTED Roofing for this week only CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky J I fL J W j I- lADHSHIII J 17U 0 1ttIlxl See the great ball game of the season at Danville Mnday April lltb 330 p m Central will play Georgetown in Danville tomorrow Saturday at 230 p m Watch date eftne Lancaster Dramatic cnub entetainment Com Music Eld F M Tinder will4111 his pulpit here Sunday morning He will also preach at New Autioch in afternoon Rev O P Bush will conduct regu lar services at the Baptist church next Sunday Subject for morning Hope Michigan the champion of the West will play Central University in Danville Monday April lltb Game called at 330 p m Hughes Swinebroad sold for K L Davidson a lot on East Water Street to H T Logan for 600 Rev T F Talliaferro of Frankfort will preach at Pleasant Grove next Sunday morning At night he will give a stereopticon lecture Every body is muted Dr SIdis evidently believes much as did the old philosopher who on being requested to take charge of the j of a child of three replied It is to late Mrs W H Wlierritts many friends I will be glad to know there is a decided improvement in her condition She having been considered alarmingly ill for several days past Miss Tilda Debord and Terri 1 Anderson of Nina were united in Rev O P Bush at bis home on Tuesday afternoon They are both popular in their neighborhood and are wished a long and happy life Dr J M Acton leaves Saturday for Chicago to attend the Pulyclintic in that city where he will take a course in general practice and surgery After completing this course he expects to visit the Mayo Bros of Rochester Minn the great est surgeons of America for ten er twelve days after which he will re turn home to give his clients the efit of the knowledge he has attained The many friends of J H White of Paint Lick will be glad to hear that she has recovered from serious operation performed at tIle Nashvile sanitarium Nashville Tenn The physicians removed a tumor weighing 38 pounds She is re covering from the ordeal as fast as could be expected and unless some thing unexpected happens will be at home with her family in a few weeks I I fo edyGood I I I j i Mr I marl iags by I postgraduate I I Mr a- very I education bent f t f STYLE Our Oxfords are not only in style They Are The Style 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 Oxford needed for everybody We take your money with the understanding that you get for it the most value that you could get anywhere H T Logan LANCASTER KENTUCKY 9Q3 33W iJ Ii i i 9 imagionable I I ti t tiy k B M rjI ra0 080R9P k 6lr- yii 4 sY 4ra i- p5tk Miss Dora KIdd and Mr John Tan kersly of Upper Garrard were mar ried on Saturday at the Presbyterian parsonage Rev C C Brown officiating Both bride and groom live near the Old Paint Lick church The happy young couple were attended only by respective parents Mr Tan kersley is farmer Mr James Clark of this county re ceived the information Friday that his sister Mrs John Dunn of Burgin bad fallen and broken her hip As she is about fifty years of age her rel atiyes fear the result of the accident as it will most probably make her an invalid the remainder of her life Mrs Dunn is an aunt of Mrs Ethel Darnold and Miss Bettie and Burnam West of this place Mr John Meadows living at Hv attsulle was stricken with paralysis on Friday night at 10 oclock As he is about 65 years old his relatives feel quite apprehensive about him Mr Meadows bought the handsome several years ago known as the old Saby Duty farm be and his fam ily are from Williamsburg A grand son of the afflicted family met with a painful accident last week in that he broke an arm Mr James A Beazley received a telegram Saturday announcing the death of his sister Mrs Pattie Beaz ley Hays at her home in Kansas City Mrs Hays is survived by a daughter her husband having died while she lived in Stanford Besides one child her mother Mrs Mildred Beazley and brother James Beazley of this place Mrs Wm Hays and brothers Messrs Allen Jack and Roy Beazley of and Mrs Dr W S Beazley of California mourn her death The re mains wi 1 be brought here to her old home and interred in the Lancaster cemetery by the side of her father Mr Allen Beazley a most highly esteemed citizen at one time of Garrard Austin On last Friday Captain Thomas received a telegram announcing the death of His brother Mr James Austin of White Hall Mr Aus tin formerly lived in this county until about fifteen years ago when he moved to Illinois New Squire Mr Jesse B Parks a mighty good citizen of the Paint Lick section was appointed Magistrate by Governor Wilson for District number four He will do his best in looking after the in terest of the people in this responsible position ReEectea Hon W G Gooch reelected Road Supervisor by the Fisical Court and the salery again fixed at 100000 Mr Gooch is one of Garrard counties most substantial citizens His legion of friends will be glad to learn that his services have been ac ceptable to the Court School Levy The county board of education rec ommended to the Fiscal Court a levy for school purposes of ten cents on each one hundred dollars and a poll tix of fifty cents It is mandatory upon the court to comply with the recommoadations of the school board The tax applies to all the county ex cept the Lancaster Graded School district Regular April Term April term of the Fisical Court con veued Thursday Dr Wm Burnett was reelected county pysicain Notb log of unusual intrest has been before this term of court The court disposed of the claims against the county and let contracts for repairing the turn pikes The county levy was again fix ed at fifty cents and a poll of 150 exclusive of the school tax Mr S D Perrin died of tuburculosis at the home of his fatherinlaw Mr Jerry Bland on Dix river Tuesday morning and was buried in the cemetery Wednesday Deceased was a highly honorable and respected citizen and had many friends who deeply regret his death He leaves a wife and one brother Joe Perrin of Anderson Ind who have the sympathy of the community County High School The Garrard county High School will be conducted next year in con nection with he Lancaster Graded School All pupils who do not reside in the Lancaster district on complet ing the common school course and pas sing the examination will be entitled to tuition in this high school The county board will pay the Graded School fifty dollars per annum tuition for eich high school pupil attending Birth an Death On Tuesday night daughter was born to Mrs M Mount and the little life returned to God who gave it in the brief period of thirty minutes On Wednesday the little body was buried in the Stanford cemetery Why this ray of Heavenly light was so soon withdrawn leaving darkness and gloom in the happy home is human reason but it proves that death deals alike ages and con dltions of TheBscoBD joins the community in ex tending sincere con to the parents an industrious Ill was Perrin a John doleD their homestead Stanford Austin Lancaster required beyond lash life bereaved Horrible Death Great excitement prevailed in and about this city on last Sunday mor ning when the news became circulated tnat Garrett Wood had been killed by a vicious Jersey bull and his body mashed and mangled with almost bone broken and hlsface crush ed almost beyond recognition- Mr Wood living on the John E West farm near the Lexington pike about four miles from town where this horrible accident occured He had notified his family about seven oclock in the morning that he was go ing out to Ijok alter some cattle and not returning as early as expected about nine oclock the family became uneasy and made a search for him and found the dead body only a short from the home At the coro ners inquest a yerdct was rendered that be came to his death by injuries received by the goring of a bull A large crowd gathered about the home and the animal still showing his vicious traits was killed by order of the family Garrett Wood was one of the most industrious and substantial citizens of the county and bis untimely taking is deeply regreted by all w jjknew him Deceasedwas about fifty years old and leaves a widow and seven children among them Mrs Albert Dyehouse and Will Wood of tbis place Clinton Wood of Ntw Mexico and Chas Woou of Cincinnati Mrs Norriswho formerly lived here but now resides in Danville is his sister He was a member of the I O O F lodge that order holding service at the grave Tuesday morning Walker On Friday morning at half past nine oclock the soul of Edwin H Walker took its flight to the land beyond the skies Although he had been a for many months the devoted wife and children did not despair of his life until very recently when they found that every thing known to med ical science had availed him but little and he was growing rapidly worse Just a few days before he passed away the loved ones brought him away from the Louisville Infirmary to his old home in Garrard county near Paint Lick and there where he spent so many years of his life he peacefully passed away The deceased was a son of John W and Jane M Walker born January 21st 1843 He was a man of great magnetism and numbered his friends by bis acquaintances and was very influ ential i n the every walk o f life Not only will he be missed in tile home but in the community in the church Where for so many years he has been an active member and a reg ular attendant He was married to Miss Elizabeth Woodd October 22nd 1863 and tJ them were born six children Mary Mrs Luther Gibbs Bite Woods Jane H deceas ed Besides his devoted wife and children he leaves three brothers W S J Wade and A K all of this county besides a half sister Mrs E M Denny of Lexington to feel keen ly the loss of a good brother- A large crowd of relatives and friends attended the funeial services atthje Paint Lick church on Saturday morning at eleven oclock where words of comfort were spoken by Rev Frierson Sweet music and abundant and beautiful floral designs were as tokens of love and esteem then all that was mortal of this de voted husband and father was laid to rest in Lick cemetery to await the resurection morn I am prepared to furnish name plates for your dog collars buggy rug or anything you wish to mark Sam Jennings 4 82t at Romans Shop School Notice Mr G V Ashley Archetect of Chicago met toe School Board last Fri day and laid beford them plans and es timates for a new school building The specifications most favorably shows one hundred and five feet front and a depth of seventy two feet The basement will contain gymnasuim rooms for manual training and domes tic sciences and furnace rooms The first floor will be used for the primary and intermediate grades having five large class rooms with cloak room for each also teachers room on the third floor will be the auditorium which will seat over five hundred four class rooms and library room This floor will be devoted to the higbscbool and will accotnodaCe some 150 to 200 pupils a number which we believe we snail soon have The County Board of has made a contract with the Board of the Lancaster High School by winch tuition will be furnished all graduates of the Common School Those In the various schools of the county who are intending to take advantage of this provision should be ready to take the examinations held by the County Superintendent the last of May for the law allows free tuition only to those who hold the common school diploma All the pupils of the eighth grade of the Lancaster school will be required to take this examina tion before they are promoted to the high school D W Bridges There will be preaching at the Fork church next Saturday and Sunday by Bev Stein of Louisville I I every was distance sufferer Mattie Ed lov- Ing P i j z 1 I Miller Olgivie and offered the faint received r Education unils 4 SEE THE IMPERIAL DOUBLE DISC HARROW WITH FLEXIBLE FRAME Best on the market and can be used as single or double Harrow EIX BROTHERS Givs Your Money A Chance By buying your Groceries of me Satisfaction guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery In The Land of Now with the prospect of the 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 Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing ell I S iSJt S S t s sS a I I I I I I I I 1 ff I greatest AUWLfl The finest and best line of Buggies Sirries Phaetons AND Driving Wagons ever brought to this market Prices 8 Tow No trouble to show goods W J ROMANS I Is r 3 2 r r = WALL PAPERWa have 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 can please you particular kind you want or at any price to pay We would be glad to submit prices and designs for any special work you have 4 IWe in any t Q Good Furniture CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY SLOO A YEAR From Tile Land Of Yow GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr gntered at the Pout in Laneatter Ky SeeondCltat Xail Member Ky Press Association- and Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky April 8 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For and City Offices 8 500 For County Offices 1000 Fir State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 1 10 For all publications in the of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituailes per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are auth r t announce Hon Harvey Helm a candidate to succeed himself in Congress subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Our very best efforts were used in mating this issue of the UECOD useful and instructive and we hope in our feeble way to assist in awakening greater i iterest along educational lines Those who have so kindly contrib uted to the paper are among our rep resei tttive educational people and we feel sure that tn ir articles will be and CHI yedd by al our on whose behalf we desire to thank then While all honor must be given to the great and gifted people who have been leaders without college training nevertheless we just fled by the testimony of history that college ed ucation is of the utmost value young man and young woman will be wise to take this training if it is at all pofsible The college bred men and women are the sH of the earth and school colleges and uriversities are blazing creaters oT light for the eyes of all people Massachusetts has led the world in its number of libaries and proudly boasts that not one t wu within its borders does not have access to a free libary and that its capitals city pro vides more books fur free circulation that any other city in the world Mitiew Arnold once said that the moust interesting thing that he saw America was a barefooted boy curled up in a chair in the BastnnPublic reading Irvins Life of Washing ton The three little words Free to All over entrance of this library more than thing else proclaims the reason why this country of ours is a world power to day The rural schools of the United States are educating one half ol all the school children and the trustees of these schools ought to study vtry carefalj the suggested methods of from them No more important work comes before the trustees tban that of the school building Hew many give a to the healthful of the hchodl house is generally little money can be The taxes may be kept down but what about the doctors bulb year hundreds of rural are built and yet you pass through tbe country and how many styles of architecture do you find Ic side you find tbe sameness in lighting beating ventilating and seating that was in vogue fifty years ago Tbe same money spent in building an up todate building would add to the comfort health and convei ience of the teacber and the children Great advance bas bean made in the modern city school building and equal advance should be made in the rural school EDUCATIONAL AVERAGEIN All Kentuckians are justly proud of their State its great history and Matter Interest d I I readers fet I the u I how expended Every 4 k f 0ftic C i Pre einet appreciate Every f ins Library and reform conditions schoolhouses 4 1 c x yr S the outlook of the future Yet when we look at the educational status of Kentucky we can but feel we have not been no to the highest standard and would never have been had our educational system not been mod ified As shown by the last census of Kentucky on the basis of her whole population on the question of the il literacy of the people stood 37 while on the basis of her total white pop ulation she stood 42 and the plain fact confronts us that there were on ly two states and one territory in the Union that had more illiterate na live white population than Kentucky However our new system is fashion ed after the best plans adopted by the progressive Southern States which is the law used bv Thomas Jefferson when he originally found ed the University of Virginia It is through the untiring efforts of Hon Jerry A Sullivan of Richmond Ky that this splendid system has been brought about and may we appreci ate what he has done to make our system what it is today Heretofore not less than 3000000 had beer spent for educational purposes we were far below the average this line However under the of our new laws last year epoch in the educational advancement of our State long this grand old Commonwealth will surely climb to the topmost round in educational lines as she has in others Moral Influence of Education Education has been well defined a the art of drawing out or developing the faculties the training of human beings for the functions for which they are destined In order to carry into perfection any art it must be founded on a corresponding science and this is truer of nothing than of education Before we can hope to mold a human being in a desired way the nature of that b iig must be well known The know ledge of mans is usually comprehended under three divhi ris the constitution of hit body the consJi ution of his mind his mural and religious nature In developing the moral nature of the individual the strongest influen ces very naturally suggest the follow 1 The development of character The ultimate aim in education is not merely intellectual culture but moral refinement The school attains its highest function in the character forming process and changes the pu pils individual nature i ito the ideal self The moral influence in educa lim is essential because it develops the human soul it enlarges the intel lectual and emotional capacity and it holds up the hi hes 1 ideals of life i in of all of our great educators that the building of is the final purpose in education The best teachers are not satisfied with the mastering of facts wi h the strengthening of social life with tivating a taste for the beautiful with trained intelligence but u ito develop ing the pupil into a noble character A pupil may have keen perceptive powers a memory stored with many facts a clear logical intellect but if the moral life has not been strength ened the highest purpose of the school bas not yet been realized 2 It has a tendency to lessen crime According to the last census there were 175000 i literates in the state For every 300 of our illiterate we have one prisoner in the peni at Frankfort and one for every 2500 of the educated Statistis show that our criminal class may be reduced twenty five per cent by all to read and write and if the proper emphasis were placed on At would possibly be decreased thirty five or forty per cent If we to countthe actual cost in dollars and cents for the prosecu tion and maintenance of our criminals who are illiterate we would have more than ten times enough money to give each of them a liberal education If this money were used in educating and improving the morals and characterof this class of ignorance and immorality would be removed from many homes the state would be i id of too reproach that upon her and I yeti markedan andcrc many I nature ill I 1 I It i the oj i character cull I tem iary rests inspiration population teach- Ing morals were the shame r f t Pianos F G HURTLANCASTER KENTUCKY= instead of many criminals we would have good citizens 3 The moral influence of education is now universally recogt ized In the First International Moral Education Congress was held ai the University of London The rec ord of this congress shows that then has been a remarkable growth of est iu moral education in the last In 1905 a new Italian code pub ished utmost stress on moral education The Austrian make the same emphasis in their nev code III Portugal an excellent man nil of moral instruction for primary schools was published in 1900 In United States these schemes have been elaboratud in places Ii Germany Swizlaud Belgium and Ru sin the authorities are turf i ig thei attention to this subject In Fraud and Japan where mural ins true in lias already been introduced the sub j r is being studied with an ii unt of interest In England e of Vie board of education for 1901 tied that moral instruction shouk form an importrut part of every schoo curriculumThe of ii his report says The view has beer repeatedly emphaszd that all schoo training and instruction that is worth I anything is moral in its influence I should added Vial the talk about murals is the driest part as the mere appeal to moral emotion is the leas substantial part of what the schoo can accomplish in this field The mar al life is routed in every serious occu pat ion and interest in lfe The pur suit of the sciences the preparation tor industry and all other school are not only associ ited with moral influences but they offer some of the substantial materials o moral character Such detailed and orderly moreover may be mightily reen I forced by examples drawn from hi tory and literature and from every experience- S H Nichell Compulsory Education Next to bread the education of the people of astite is first in importance The preparation of the masses for i telUMit citizenship should be first in the minds of those who are undertak ing to shape the future destiny of th stite Planted upon the Li I 5 iJe ii the valley at the cross roads on thi clearing in the woodland is the ru ral school house i i which our thous are receviug the free educational and through them making for the next generation a state Yet theie are thousands at verv threshold of the door growing U in ignorance undoing in a way tin work of those who are in the schucls What a great state thi woul1 be of what a proud commonwealth tunic we boast if these masses of uneducat ed were to accept the free will offering this priceless pearl education That a tix may be from to establish and maintain free public schools wherein the children of thi poor as well as the rich way be trainee for good citizeuship has long been settled by the courts Free to all as a right and not as a bouuty Why is this so Because all the prop erty all the people the property and the pauper the parent and the child belongs to the state Now il the state may collect from the citizen money for the educaiou of the and having done so should not the tax payer have the right to of the state that the children accept and util ze the educational op afforded it You may say that the parents should be permitted to wholly direct the mind and habits of their own children Your argu went will not avail The child does not belong alone to the parents so ciety has the first claim If it is to grow into maturity without mental or moral training and becom es a parasite upon society a burden and expense to the state why should not the have the riglit to force such preparation of the child for good citizenship will avoid this un necessary and undesirable end It is for the public good each individ ual develop moral and mental means be received from nature The state of Kentucky some fourteen I Sep temler 190B rite was laying the the many unusual the E lucation tie I I I occupations also I I I day I j I lands the great the I collect d all since comes demand pOI tunlty taxpayer T t I I i decade l instruction education holder children permitted that n t 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 1O month I This is 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 years ago accepted compulsory educa Von Litte consideration however is given tle law requiring the attend of the pupil children at school people have been seemingly so 1 tte interested in public education that it is not generally known that v e have any form of compulsory at school The subs of the law is this 1st All piiiit children between the ages of seven and fourteen years whose mental and physical condition do not render tleir attendance in school impractical and whose custu dian is not too poor to clJlhe and them are required to be in school at least eight consecutive weeks 2nd The parent guardian or cus todian who fils to have the child in school i subject t a fine 3rd Upon complaint to the trustee of a subdistrict by any citizen that those children mentioned are being deprived of their educational oppoitu niies it becomes the duty of such trustees to iimnecii ilely investigate the case and cause such childrens at tendance in school If the trustee fails to do hi duty he is subject to a fineThe provisions of the enactment are such as could have been expected fourteen years ago and too for the be ginning of a system of free compulsory education The great improvement in business condi in roads scholl houses and teachers siuce the justify an amendment to the law we think to tlii extent First the attendance should be at least twenty weeks instead of eight Sec und since the stat3 now furnishes free school house teacher and books to all indigent children why not fur nish such other preparation to those so poor as will enable them to attend school Third since tle teacher is already required to report monthly to the the general condi tion of the school why not have him also report those who arenot comply lug with the spirit and letter of the compulsory school law and make it the duty of the Superintendent to see to the enforcement of the law regard ing attendanct We hold that the state can effectively cause a en forcement of all just laws by coercion and that compulsory attendance at school can be had vl ih will bets most potent factor in giving the state in the next generation a citizenship of at least a universal common school ed nation JOP E Worse Than Bullets have often caused less suffer ing to soldiers than the eczema L W Harriman Burlington M got in the army and suffered with forty years But BucHens An ica Salve cured me when all else failed he writes Greatest healer for Sores Ulcers Boils Burns Cuts Wounds Bruises and Ples 25c af R E Roberts 1m lance attendance I I i I Super iltendent strict I I BuL t I EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN lace prepare annually lOS enactment RUtir son iap- i t I SUNDAY April lOth SPECIAL TRAIN LYnctaGtr55 Ail ASK r Tit sENt FeR Pitmcuus Join the Club of Ten REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Dank OF LANCASTEtt K V AT Close of Business March 29 1910 RESOURCES Loans and discounts t fl3 t l Overdrafts secured and unsecured 27y 58 U S Bonds to secure circulation 5000000 Bonds securities etc two W- Bankinghouse furniture and tixtures 50CO00 Due from National Hunks not Agents 1005 65 Due from State and Private Banks nnd Bankers Trust Companies and Savings Banks fiin dO Due from approved reserve agents 9hit 88 Checks and other cash items il 21 Notes of other National Banks 30O 00 Fractional paper currency nickels SO S9 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 1008900 Legaltender notes ffl Redemption fund with U S I 5 of circulation 2500 00 I TOTAL 3 Ut 7i U LIABILITIES stock paid in Surplus fund tCOOO 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes 2SO 12 National Bunk notes outstanding JMIO lea Due to other National Banes 4811 One to State and Private Banks and Bankers 3fS4 tVS Individual deposits subject to check 14 or 01 Certified Checks S r oo Reserved 17i 15 TOTAL a ir7i at STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAKKAKD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief B F HUDSON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of April 1910 S C D Notary Public Commission Expires January 25 Wli CORRECT Attest C A ARNOLD Directors J S JOHNSON REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL Bill OSTo 1x193 OF LANCASTER KYAT The Close of 29 1910 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 147918 35 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1438 Wi U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bond securities etc 5ro 00 BankinKhousefurniturennd fixtures 7000 00 Due from National Banks not reserve 165704 Due from reserve C7973 SS Checks and other cash items 2B 0 Notes of other National Banks 2585 OG Fractional paper curreneyniekelscts 7S 44 LAWFUL RESERVE Is BANK viz Specie J WiO CO Legaltender notes 6800 CO Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer circulation total 319SSS83 LIABILITIES stock paid in Surplusfund j 20000 00 less expenses and taxes paid 8576 47 National Bank Notes Outstanding 50UOO 00 Due to Other National Banks 11007 3 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 3SS 7f Individual deposits subject to check 1734S1 9t Reserved 16 is Total 819K 3 ST I S C DKSSY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief S C D ENXY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of April 1910 W O Riguey Notary Public My Commission expires Feb 17 1914 R DENNY Directors STORM ES OF TJlK I I No2sep I I t22 I chJ 16200 per cent I00 t I forTaxes un J ALlaR I i Business Mch I MOSEY 15707 00 h 2500 00 50000 00 I ti for Taxes KENTUCKY COUNTY OFGARRARDSS ILEX I t Reserve and atta 0S6 Treasurer 150000 s J11 OF THE I approved agents STATE OF I Cbal FOR SALE Cheap For Cash or ProduceJ- ust received a car load of Black Bear Hens 2icts Also a car of KNAWHA SALT lust received Highest market price for Poultry Eggs Hides Furs Iron Bones Rubber and Metal Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot Coal- I J HrThKolt p Pianos March 1910 F G HURT Lancaster Ky Dar Sir Please send me full regarding the Club of Ten I am in the purchase of a Piano Name PO 7 particulars interested 4 4 4 PO Good Carpets I a JIIIIIIIIlltltIIIIIJJllllltJIIIIIII IF ANY ONE KNOWS i Good Flourf i IT IS THE Women I and one good reason that we are so proud of Glen Lilly is because they all say it is 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 I LANCASTER KY tie i I Flouri- s the i i i J I I i I t i- It IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII f I I f OFFICERS E L Woods President W C Fish Vice resident Kemper Cashier O r Terrill Asst II G11 Cashier w DIRECTORS Marion Coy K I Arnold JB Vooda RGGnyn- JSBurrowa EL Woods I W Wynn IW Flab C C PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KENTUCKY Capital Stock 1600000 Deposits 10000000 Surplus and Handivided Profits 1100000 Your Banking no matter how no matter how small The Peoples Bank will give it careful attention message applies to men and women alike Come in and see ns we are always glad to see YOU The safest and most convenient way to do your business is through a bank With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with years of the Peoples Bank Paint LIcit Ky stand ready to serve you Peoples Paint LIck Ky Large This II experience Bank 1 I Buggies Road Wagons AND BUGGY HARNESS Syracuse Plows Cutting and Drag Harrows When you think of building see the Danville Lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY U 7 f Estimates Promptly Furnished 1 i i I E 07L IIAMMACKPaintLickKy I 4NNNNNN HC THE CHURCH AND H THE SCHOOL The Church and the School I a subject of profound interest from any point of view but contribu tion of the school to the church i g the particular thought that is p to be uppermost in ft brief paper Education in some form is an absolute necessity for each generation The function tion becomes more complicated difficult with advancing civilization JS The processes of physical and growth that the youth may b f wisely directed and protected Then is no more sacred duty resting upon fi our race than the fostering care instruction that has for its aim the jirpreservation and enrichment of life It is education that fits and prepares the individual for the duties of ma Tturity and the progress of which hu S manity is capable The aim of all s well organized or equipped schools is to render a scholar fully con lj scious of his own nature and inner H life and of things about him that he may realize both his power and place in this world of affairs The instruc tion in our schools is also intended to reveal the fact that all things 3 in due time those taught may act and live in accordance with this new insight Those thus P come to understand the tendencies r and relations that exist in both phys 2 ical and mental creatures and prop erly value the cost of real culture development This of course will include spirituality as jr the crown of all virtues The school master that really teaches is all the time building faith and hope which ris the invisible but efficient tie be tween God and man Indeed proper education in the is go ing to remove the veil from between the spiritual and the secular and people to see and feel that all they do in the fear of the Lord intelligent conscience is equally sacred and important relig iously Then will come that richer life developed in the soul so rich that the soul unable to compass its abundance and wealth will overflow with it and all people will rejoice in this newborn liberty which is the rightful heritage of every man for all time Religiously speaking we shall hardly be able to avoid many errors and misinterpreations many falsities and half truths un less the school shall come to our rescue with an increasing intelligence The Gospel of our Lord is an intel ligent message addressed to intel ligent beings therefore must be trained to think upon these things It is understanding that reveals the dignity of man and enables him to realize that his life is of more value than all the world Education of the whole man is the idea of the Teacher of teachers and for this reason He did not give out bait or reward as the only incentive to righteous living but rather the ac Cquiremcnt of knowledge and service This will account for the new de partures in our present day methods which add to our good theories the manual training agricultural instruction and experimental stations With increas f ing higher standards for our schools 2 which find expression in the lives of our boys and girls the Church rV must continue to be the recipient of a stronger and more capable mem bership K The Church has fostered the schools for centuries With the dawn of Protestanism came the- i school that has suffered along the 2 way with the Church The school has found her reformers that were fi types of the better things we now see In both school and church t there have been revolutions and evolutions which have brought to us the ideals standards and methods that are one in aim and end The v history of the relation of the two is an interesting one and is greatly needed to be known by the general public So long1 as the school sets out to maintain the unity 5 and the true relation to his God f there will always be a close and in i timate fellowship Therefore the church prays for the school as one of its greatest benefactors knowing Y it to be the friend of all people i F M TINDER The Deeper Disgrace A boy can be more ashamed of the neckties his father wears than of be ing expelled from York Press A Dangerous Role Manager But the part Is very trying one act you must fall out of an airship In another be run over by an automobile and in the next be torn to pieces by an Infuriated mob Applicant Sure I can stand It Why Tve been collector for aa installment furniture house for six weeks Saved From The Grave I bad about given up hope after nearly four years of suffering from a severe lung trouble wiites Mrs M L Dlx of Cl irksville Tenn he pain in my chest would be almost Unbearable and I could not do any work but Dr Kings New Discovery fcas made me feel like a new person the best medicine made for the throat aBdIahgB Obstinate coughs stubborn colds bay fever la grippe tbna croup broncbitLsand bemorr twgefi hoarseness and whooping tough wyIeW quickly to tbis wonderful Bled fciae Try It SOc and tl00 bottles free Guaranteed by R E HcBobfrt i form to the expected this i ofeduca and and a 3 have their being and life in God and f trainedwill anduniform i schoolroom i than I I o I ofeducation t department i r J70 j j ofman 0 0 00 collegeNew I r Often 4 I lID r t 4 i i t z mental h i allow k r If s t I 9I I f I t I I ii j I4 3 t T t Its j J Dont You Know If children are to be the men am women of the future that it parents tQ prepare them for the par they are to play in the drama of If it Is not right for children tobidle in the school it is not right fo the child to be idle in the home If it is harmful for the child to the street during school hours it 1 harmful to be on the street out o school hours If a cross iritating teacher harm in the school the same result follow in the home If its wrong tj force children t obey by harsh means at school it wi work the same harm at home While teachers are teaching kind ness forbearance and charity toward others in the school that much undone by the faults of others uncharitably discussed at home If harm comes to the child from wrong teaching in the home thai comes to it from wrong teaching in he school that as important foi the home as for the school to discuss trid study educational questions Ii it helps our teachers to study ed ucational journals attend convention md teachers meetings that it would help the parents If it is important for the teachers ind parents to be intelligent along hese lines that it would help the school board If it is esseniiil that others keep abreast of the Vines by reading ano tudy how similar work is done that it is essential that mem bers of the board of education should be on the constant outlook fjr ways and means to benefit the school MAUKSHUKY Miss Mirgaret OHearn has just concuded a visit to relatives in D n yule Mr and Mrs Robert Humphrey and little daughter Margaret of Shelby yule spending tIle week with Mr r D Cuestiut and family Mr Henry Toinlinson and wife at tended the sale of Eugene Land of Jessamine county Missess Guinn and Burdine of Nlch ulasi and Mrs Witr of Lancaster have been recent guests of N P CobbMr James Tarfciigton and son of Parksviile were the guests of Mr J W Woods Saturday and Sunday Misses Susan Alie Dunn and Edna Burkle were with Mrs Ap Price of Lancaster Saturday and Sunday Mesdames Sallie Anderson Annie Brown and Mrs of Hubble were visitors of Mrs Blanks Sunday Mr Frank Higgins of Paint Lick visited the home of Mr William Sunday Belle Burke has return ed from a visit to friends in Danville Mr T D Chesnut has returned fiom a two months in Florida much re cuperated in health Mrs Hanna Sweeney after a several stay iu the interest of her business affairs has returned to her Jeffersonsvilie Messrs tin Marcee and Quincy Hicks have fLed suit in Lezingtm court for 1900 against the C 0 railroad Co fur an accident which oc curred at a crossing on the C 0 several months ago The accident is said to have been caused by the care lessness of the watchman who failed to turn on the danger signal Mr Parsons of Berea preached a very interesting sermon list Sunday norning in the absence of Rev Cole Mrs Newton B Thomas Christ iin mrg Ky says I have used your Bourbon Poultry Cure and kmw tl at t will cure Turkey Cholera It is my inly hupe of raising the birds next ear Sold by J R Mount Son Siberian Soil Rich The soil of Siberia Is in many re gions as rich and fertile as that of Canada Stomachs Repaired lelievPsDistrefcS in Five Min utes Guaranteed to Cure In digestion or Money Back Let Mrs Grifith tell you about Mi na the greatest prescription for itomach troubles ever written For years 1 have doctored for acute tastiUis but only received slight and bad to be careful what I ate thanks to Miona stomach I can now eat anything Last Christmas after partaking of a hearty dinner I was seized with an attack of acute indigestion and loctor worked over me for hours I got relief He paid me eight visits before I could say I watt enouah to sit up But since then I taken Miona tablets and I been troubled since Before using Mioua 1 had attacks about ev ery month Mrs Ida Griffith 1213 JSt Washington DC July 51909 Mina stomach tablets are sold by druggists everywhere and at B B Mc Robeits cents a large box They are guaranteed to cure indigestion sour stomach belching gas dizziness biliousness heaviness or any stomach ailment Try BoothVPUls for constipation a joyful surprise 25c behooves life works Itis lo Mrs Ye key Smith Miss Pdtli tty moths home In CIa nan l 0 benefit But tablets turk y t before will bav not torSO I r r I I 7 b- on elsewhere ave t YOME11111 IIE 1 GBTCS catarrh money tack JaM I Or breathe itiL f9O I iRClY- ddifl4fI Comnussioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court J W Sweeney Plaintiff George Allen others Defendants J S Johnson on Cross Petition Plaintiff George Allen etc Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of Garrard Circuit Court rendered al its regular March 1910 term in above action I as Master Commissioner of said Court in said case will on MONDAY APRIL 25TH 1910 between ten oclock A M and two oclock P M it being the regular County Court day of said County for said month sell to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Lancaster Garrard County Ken tucky the following real estate in Garrard County Ken tucky and bounded as follows FIRST the land purr chased by George Allen from E S wife and William and Mollie Easley and the second tract purchased by the said George Allen from Noah Marsee Jr the said lands lies on the waters of Sugar Creek and are bounded as follows TRACT No on the North by George Huffman on the East by the lands of John Suton on the South the lands of Will Broaddus and on the West by the lands of Cyrus Dailey and contains about six acres TRACT No 2 Is follows Beginning at a water gate at the mouth of a branch corner to John Ham thence S 28 W 44 poles corner to Samuel Dunn thence N 60 W 22 poles corner to a stone fence in a hollow thence S 33 W 15 poles corner to Beriah Kemper and Samuel Dunn N 51 W 26 poles corner to Gilbert Turner and Beriah Kemper thence N 28 E 58 poles corner to Gilbert Turner and John Ham in hollow tfience N 28 E 62 poles to the beginning twentyone acres more or less Said lands will be sold to sat isfy the ind btedness of J S John 3on which amounts on day of sale to 55565 and the indebtedness of J Sweeney which amounts on day of sale to 21677 the prob able costs of this action which amounts to 9095 making the of money to be raised on date of sale 86337 Tract No i will be sold first and if it should fail to bring enough to satis fy the indebtedness then tract No 2 will be sold If it should be nec essary to sell both tracts they will be sold separately and then together way brings the most money will be accepted The indebtedness due has priorty over that of Sweeney Said Johnson debt is 52550 with 6 per cent interest per annum from May 4 1909 till paid Said Sweeney debt is 20000 with 6 per cent interest per annum from December 2 1908 till paid sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months onehalf of the purchase money be ing due in six months from date of sale and the other onehalf due in twelve months from date and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with good security to the Master Commissioner for the purchase money bearing six per cent interest per annum from of sale until paid upon which cution may issue if not paid at ma turity and having force and effect of a judgment A lien will be retain ed upon the land for the payment of the purchase money and interest W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court R H Tomlinson Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court C C Williams Plaintiff J E Anderson Etc Defendants Pursuant to a of the Garrard Circuit Court its regular March 1910 term in the above staled action I as Master Commissioner of said Court in said case will on MONDAY APRIL 25TH 1910 between ten oclock A M and two oclock P M it being the regular County Court day of said County for said month sell to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Lancaster Garrard County Ken tucky the following described real estate lying and being in Garrard county Kentucky FIRST six acres and is bounded on the North by defendant J E Anderson r on the East by Wiley heirs on the South by Adam Estridge and on the West by C is the tract on which said Anderson resided at the institution of this suit SECOND TRACT Contains three acres and is bounded on the North by defendant Anderson on the East by lands of George lard on the South by lands of said Ballard and on the West by the lands of C F Jennings The of this sale is for the satisfaction to the extent of 50 of the plaintiffs debt and also for the probable costs in this ac tin which costs amount to 7056 on the day of sale the of money to be raised by said sale being 14641 Said debt is 70 with 6 per cent interest per annum thereon from April 28th 1898 till paid subject to credit of 5050 paid March 25th 1901 and said debt is the further sum of 2640 with 6 per cent interest per annum from Dec roth 1909 till paid TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security to the Master Commissioner for the purchase money bearing six ncr cent interest annum date of sale Until on which may issue if not paid ai maturity the same having the force and effect 6f will also be re tamed the land for the pay f vs Vs the the styled located TRACTIs Pollardand IBounded boundedas containing V and totalamount andwhichever TERMSSaid ofsale date xe I vs renderedat TRACTContains Thi BaI- t purpose totalamount I l r rom paid exe L Johnson a lien upon irtent of the purchase money an interest aforesaid W L WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Cour L Walker Atty for Plaintiff I Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Anderson Leavell Plaintiff Bessie Turner Etc Defendant Pursuant judgment of th Garrard Circuit Court rendered a its regular March 1910 term in above styled action I as Maste Commissioner of said Court in case will on MONDAY APRIL 25TH 1910 between ten oclock A M and oclock P M it being the regular County Court Day for said month sell to the highest bidder at Court House door in Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky the fol lowing real estate located in Gar rard County Kentucky the wat ers of Paint Lick Creek and bound ed as follows Beginning at a point in the middle of the Lowell and Spoonville turn pike road corner to William Ken nedy thence leaving the pike and with Kennedy S J4 E 32 poles tc a stake in said Kennedys line thence N 8912 W 3254 poles to a stake in line to Parks thence with his line N 3 E 32 poles to a stake on the North of aforesaid pike about ten feet from middle a corner to B M Lear thence falling into and with middle of pike S Sg1 299 poles to the beginning containing six and onefifth 6 15 acres This sale is made for the purpose of dividing the proceeds of the sale amongst the owners of the land in accordance with their respective rights and interests sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months one half of the purchase money be ng due in six months from date of sale and the other one half being Jue in twelve months from date of ale and the purchaser will be re quired to execute bond with good security to the Master Commission for the purchase money bearing six per cent interest per annum rom date of sale until paid upon may issue paid at maturity and having force ind effect of a judgment A lien win be retained upon the land for the ayment of the purchase money and nterest W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court William Herndon Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court J E Robinson Plaintiff Robert Strange Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at ts regular March 1910 term in the above stvled action I as Master Commissioner of said Court in said case will on MONDAY APRIL 25TH 1910 between ten oclock A M and two oclock P M it being the regular County Court day of said County for said month sell to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Lancaster Garrard County Ken tucky a certain piece of land in Garrard county Kentucky in that part of the City of Lancaster known as Duncantown Said piece of land contains onequarter of an acre and is bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in a line of lane and corner to Lot No 6 thence with same N 10 W 1176 poles to a stake in line to Duncan and corner to lot No 6 thence with line of Duncan S 7954 W 136 poles to a stake in line of Duncan and corner to Lot No 8 thence with line of same N 79 E 136 poles to the beginning containing one quarter of an acre This is the same property conveyed to Robert Strange by J W Hamilton on 22nd 1906 by deed now of record in the Garrard County Clerks office deed book 21 page 436 The purpose of the sale is for the satisfaction the plaintiffs debt and interest counted to day of sale which on the day of sale to 11438 and the costs of this action which amounts to approxi mately 5654 Total amount of to be raised by said sale be approximately 17092 sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to exe cute with good security to the Master Commissioner for the money bearing six per cent interest annum from date of sale until paid on which execution may issue if not paid at maturity the same having the force and of a judgment A lien will al so be retained upon the land sold for the of the purchase money and interest aforesaid W L WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit J E for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Julia Ann Dodds Administrator Plaintiff Julia Ann Dodds Heirs Etc rDefendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at regular March ioidv term in the above styled action I as Master Commissioner of said Court in said MONDAY APRIL asTI igip X two oclock Pi regular County for s to the highest bidder faiT t the Court House door in Lancaster I 1 I L vs toa the said two the on E TERMSSaid r vhichexecution ifnot vs TERMSSaid purchase effect RobinsonAtty vs ft itt I I caewillon Moa d WIt being dm rit1i c r t r mounts payment Court betweei ten Garrard county Kentucky real estate situated and in the county of Garrard and the State of Kentucky on the headwaters of Sugar Creek and is the same tract of land that was conveyed to Julia Ann Dodd by John D Pritch ett and wife by deed now in the Garrard County Clerks office deed book No 15 page 442 of date October 4th 1899 Said land is bounded as follows Beginning at a Spring called Meadow Spring and corner to old Davis Floyd farm thence down the Spring branch with its meanders N 55 E 32 poles N 87 E 575 poles to a sugar tree stump corner S 32J4 W 13 poles to the junction of two branches thence up the South branch with the meanders S 86 W 460 poles S 69i W 4 N 86 W 5 poles S 60 W 5 branch thence S 82 W 54 poles to a stone on Souh side of an elm gate post thence sraight line to the beginning containing thirteen 13 acres more or less is made for the purpose the estate of the said Julia Ann Dodd and for the pay ment of an indebtedness and for the distribution of the proceeds amongst the heirs at law after the payment of the said indebtedness and the costs of this action sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to exe cute bond with good security to the Master Commissioner for the pur chase money bearing six per cent interest annum from date of sale until paid on which execuion may issue not paid at maturity the same having the force and effect of n judgment A lien will also be re tained upon the land sold for the payment of the money and nterest afooresaid I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court J E Robinson Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court G B Swinebroad Plaintiff- vs Henry C Buchanan Etc Defendants Under and by virtue judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at its regular March 1910 term n the above styled action I as Master Commissioner of said Court ind in said case will on MONDAY APRIL 25TH 1910 between ten oclock A M and two oclock P M it being the regular County Court Day for said month sell to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Lancaster arrard county Kentucky the fol lowing real estate located in Garrard County Kentucky in the city of Lancaster and described as follows On the South side of Richmond street in said Cify and bounded on the West by the property of W J Romans on the South by the L N Railroad on the East by the property of Mary Gill Farris and is described by metes and bounds in two separate tracts as follows FIRST TRACT Beginning at a stake in the middle of the Lancaster Richmond pike Richmond St i new corner to Jennings thence with said line S l6j4 W 1825 poles to a stake a new corner to Jennings on the lot conveyed to Z M wife by Cicero Price and wife thence with said line S 84E 432 poles to a stake a corner of said Prices lot on Reids line thence with said line N 23 4 E 1528 poles to a stake in the middle of the aforesaid pike thence with same N 56 W 692 poles to the beginnng containing one acre two roods and 9545 poles more or less SECOND small lot lying South of the above bounded an the West by an extension of the first line above which was I6J4 W to the boundary of the railroad thence with the railroad boundary o Reids line thence with his line to the corner of the above lot on his line The two tracts constitute one lot and will be sold together as one lot They are the same set forth in the following deed from James Ramsey to Irvine Miller and others dated September sth 1877 and recorded in deed book No page 563 and from Irvine Miller o G B Swinebroad dated April 2d 1909 and recorded in deed book No 24 page 552 and from Henry C Buchanan etc to G B Swinebroad lated May 20th 1909 and recorded n deed book No 24 page 631 all of deed books being in the Garrard County Clerks office Said sale is made for the purpose f dividing the proceeds thereof amongst the owners of the land ac ording to their respective rights sale will be made jn a credit of six and twelve months of the purchase money due six months from date of sale and the other onehalf due in twelve months from date of sale md the purchaser will be required b execute bonds with good securi ty to the Master Commissioner for the purchase money bearing six interest per annum from date af sale until paid upon which may issue if not paid at ma turity the same having force and of a judgment A lien will also be retained for the payment of the purchase money with interest The purchaser has the of paying said bonds before maturity bv paying the said bonds and interest thereon From the date of sale to the except however the shares of the infant defendants John Buchan an and Lincoln Buchanan shall not be paid but shall remain a lien on the land till its respective owner at twentyone years of age or until a bond is executed therefor as required by law W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court G B Swinebroad for Plaintiff Might Have Men W r There Is complaint that a Pittafcwg sold lots 46 feet under water feat a single purchaser alleges that he as charged extraf the water ho following being ofrecord DailyS polesS Saidsale ofsettling I TERMSSaid r I t per I l purchase V I ofa I I j and Jennings TRACTA property said I TERMSSaid onehalf being percent execution effect aforesaid privilege off principalof maturity arrives itt y I rendered nan tot This Space Reserved for a W SilITH I I Jjj rJlij8lrrflirr fiiJ6 1Itr aIIiIf A Car Load of LiPorte and John Deere T j r 1- L J E 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 Just received a big lot of Screen Doors price 950 to 175 I I GrassSeeds II iiI F11irgJ rw J iij iiI Farmers this is the season to Stock Food We have just received a large shipment of INTERNATIONAL and are selling it at 285 per 25 pound pail as long as this lot lasts McRoberts KILL COUCH CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New DiscoY I I I I I R E I L I i t r use AN fOR cOUCHS OLDS I riicie TiI IsSe Fss E McRoherts Drug Sore Cream Vermifuge ALL Ro HITES cJARAxEDSAPTsPAcxoz1o WORM REMEDY tIE IUIIITEEI TNt CMLMBTS FAVWHTE cnraiic r HMTATMIM THE VHKMUitm LtelMeat McRoberts Drug Store eeL IIarcI Snow Cs MO USC- k av ST LOUIS Popular just received in stock A fine line of late Vocal and Instrumental MUSICat 25015 per copy F 6 HURT Lancaster Fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden he lime Strawberry No Agents Free Catalogues E F ffillenmeyer Son Lexington Ky A T SCOTT AuctioneerBuena 7 Years Experience 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Write me for dates Will be in Lanctster every county court day to serve you Phone Ho 19R Burgia Exchange W DOUCLAS 3OO 35O 4OO Music Plaits and L 4 500SHOES lIIIillI- UNION MADE 1Iepa 25O I fie 200ad Eyfs I w L iceJity r wI1teirI 1 y1iIIittc I fIE M WL III8t I N csuM c1 aat wirI tit caI1ftuy I I11III BIt 5 KWf8rwO w c 1 SITL Diks Iwtthe tiig wsr b y as Laf-y aLSS5thss yItTwsT y t fysEM- wcfIyWLDska ayswsuM th kJL- sM b I a pile st boass posm se wi a itss S w NEW GOODS EVERYr Every train from the East now brings us some thing new In our New York office are expert buyers for each line of goods who not only know when goods are good value but also know when they have style Anything new that comes out in New York is at once sampled and sent to us In this way we keep right up to the minute and you will al ways find in our stock just what the leaders of style in the East are selling Our ladies readytowear department is the most complete in Central Kentucky Plenty of room and plenty of light Private dressing rooms and the only real Alteration Room In Charge of Expert Tailors to be found in this section We are now showirg the finest collection of exclusive styles in white colored Linen Dresses to be seen anywhere Style entirely different from the ordinary ard y prices no higher The s range from 650 to 25 Our tailored suits are all New York made and show it Our prices for these are no more and usually less than you will be asked for inferior made suits Prices 15 to 40 We are showing a number of unusually perfect models in White Serge Suits Among our big stock of Silk Dresses you will find models that are entirely different from the usual run and dfferent from the home made dresses Prices are very ranging from 15 to 35 We also carry a very large line of Silks by the yard We call special attention to our line of 24 inch Foulard at 75c in all the new colors Also a big line cf JapUtai Silks 27 inches wide at SOcts Full colors lines of all thenew rough silks like Rajah Miroge Torah etc from to 1 25 The season fuT White Goods and Embroideries is here ai d we are sh all kinds and qualities of plain white goods from lOc to 2 yard Emb Batiste Emb Pi que allover embroideries of all kinds 27 and 45 inch Flounces in scoics of desigrs and prices Irish Crochet laces Irish allovers and laces in fact most everything that is good in Laces When in need of wedding presents rcnumbci 1 at we carry an immense asfoitnxnt cf tie fire Sterling Silver articles All kinds of Table Ware Dishes etc frcm best makers only Also the cele brated Hoares cut glass in hundreds of shapes from 125 to 25 00 V j A B Robertson BroDanville Kentucky ard many re Irintcd fOe Bab t I DAY 5 rice tsonable stir Educated Women Competing With Men In The World Tae question is often asked Can women compete with men in the world and almost as often it is answered with only a smile that speaks for it eif but to those who see beyond the horizon of the present day the outlook is broader and is worthy of the consideration of thoughtful men and women To the untrained in thought this question if answered in the affirmative might mean the separation of and family and if in the negative it means womans inabil ty Intel ctualy to cope with manIt is unnecessary to revert to the dark age era of thesex for all know the t t iges through which women has advanced tince boarding schools were tint established in the latter part of the 18 h century and how the brainy men and women mtt ia the Salon of de to discuss questions of interest and again of the establish ment in Georgia of the first endowed womans cclege in the world Later Harvard University opened its doors to women and now almost all the great universities are open to both sexes alike The recognition of equality must be accepted as advancing morality for intquuity corrupts and degrades Difficult as was the means of of women in the 18th century sc ciety was refined coarseness of speech became frequent among men and intellect ual interests became the of conversation In so far as progress was made it en women to exercise a positive in fluence on life of their tme Growing out of these beginnings we find R a Bjnheur assisting her father In his studio and wearing when going out to reproduce on canvass the animals of which she was so fond Again we find Jane Austin one of the pioneers of the English novel covering her manuscriptlest visitors see it and her occupation the subject of spiteful gossip Among the great women of history we see Joan dArc 1 the French soldiers on to victory Isabel offering to finance Columbus voyage to America Queen Victoria ruling so ably of the greatest nati msof the world Hetty Green amassing one of the greatest fortunes in our country Cecil Chaminde among the Musicians Marie Coreii who Holds the record for the highest percentage of royalty ever paid and Anna Bather Joe Green whose Leavenworth Case Se accepted by the Supreme Ceurfc of the United Stoles authority against circumstantial evidence With these we class the women who are golD forth by the thousands to shape in the coHiBJKMi schools the thoughts of the geerAtione One of the lead Professional professional home M edam Stat I l s educational bl the d one education topics da sociil boys apparel become Q Lean greatest co lag ers of these is the Superintendent of the City Schools of Chicago who the largest salary of any city superintendent of schools in our un ionThese facts merely To show what woman can dor and if she has made such strides with such limited opportunities what may she not ac complish if given an equal education with men Any member of the body throng disuse becomes useless and her mind is just awakening to its capa bilities Educated women believe that life is neither a burden nor a battle but a benediction The young college wo men are not dreamers save as they are insi ired by the vision of a new society saved for service Their hands do not tremble and they are not given to en vy jealoufies and bickeiiigs because they are too busy to compare them selves wi h the more fortunate with a feeling of envy or with the less foi tuuht with a feeling of superiority The education of women may be con sidered as one of the most hopefnl com The common school does notfit girls to be come the wives of college men or of men who have sharpened their facul ties by contact with the world But the college girl not being compelled to marry as a means of support starts with the expended mind finds delight in whatever savors of service and if she is married is her husbands com panion and coopera lug friend They make the juurney together and their road does not lead to divorce At first it was broadly asserted and then fail tly hinted that should education be given women it would unfit her for home that the womanly qua iies that men so love and admire in the sex would be defetoyed But is this true Are there not as many hap py homes and smiling children of ed ucated wives and mothers as of those less fortunate in educational Are not the children from such home more cultured more capa ble of enjoyment and do they not make the future great men and the pride of our land Educated mothers means educated sons and daughters and it will remain eternal ly true that no na ion can rise perma nently above the level of its women Harriett Louhe Fleetwood Eminent Authorities say that outdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats very well but how people rheumatism follow that advice The answer is very simple use Ballards Snow Liniment and the rheumatism wilt go leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief from rheumatism peuralgia lame Back and all pains SiId by R E Mc Rubert la receives I are I I ulenLSaJCaln tdivorce women al I I I riven higher attainments can with t 1 t BUENA VISTA M and Sirs Guy Stacey of Am brose spent Sunday with the family of J W Askins Mr and Sim Davis spent ia bt and Sunday vtHb Mr and Mrs Champ at Lancaster Ed Eason a farmer of this county but recently of Nicholasville has bought the farm of A T Scctt for 8500 Farmers have taken advantage of the beautiful March weather and some few have corn A D Scott has been appointed school trustee at Linden Dale A T Scott has purchased the stock of goods from S N David Immedi ate possession was given Mr Scott will move his fami y to the property now occupied by Mr Davis Mr Sam Sechrest was summoned last week to Critenden by the sudden death of bis father Just two weeks previous Mr Secbrest had his suns home after an extended visit He was in his usual health but bad a premot i ion he would never see his friends here again The deceased was in his ninetieth year G II Lane and Will Poor were elec ted t represent Mt S and congregation at the District to be held at Richmond April 26 The Demon of The Air Is the of LaGrippe that breath ed in brings suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness nerv ousness lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier 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 Only SOc Per toot satisfaction guaranteed by R B McBoberts 1m Two Kinds of People Uncle Ezra Theys two kinds BV people in the world them you know the day fore lection and them ez dont know you the day arter Ne Happy Medium Whats worrying you Motor car answered Mr Chuggins It eitb ed goes so fast that Im for speeding or so slow that Im waned not to obstruct the traffic Mr W B Brorein Spencervllle 0says I have your Bourbon Cure with my chickens and sod think is the best remedy for cholera that I have ever used Sold by J B Mount Son Mrs Saturday planted Olivet S germ Electric held up turkeys it dt Melt i Conference used Poultry r FROM THE PENCILS POINT Better a blow than some kisses A womans real secrets never show up in her diary Idle curiosity seldom prompts a man to look for a job A sash on a pretty girls waist beats two in a window A widow usually knows what she wants and how to get it Circus tumblers and baseball pitch ers are not at their best when full Dont tarry for a job as letter unless you are willing to follow directionsA who cant tie a fourinhand may be a good hand at binding a The lightweight girl gets to roost on a young mans knee oftener than her obese sister Our idea of a born diplomat Is a man who can made a homefy woman believe that her mirror lies After a man has spent seventy or eighty years here on earth he is usual ly willing to take chances elsewhere Its doughnuts to fudge that the Idd at the pedal extremity of the class can lick the highbrowed youth at the head GATHERED WISDOM A mans gall doesnt necessarily his life Learning without a little common sense is a dangerous thing The less a man knows of himself the more he thinks of himself Many an artist who claims to be wedded to his arMs a grass widower A man seldom realizes what a good wife he has until after her funeral v When a girl says she feels faint is the turning down point in his A man fools himself when he other men never tire of hearing him talk Silly young men get stuck on a girl just as silly flies get stuck on sticky flypaper Before they are engaged he brings her candy in fancy boxes later on she is lucky to get it IB paper hags By refusing to steal a dollar a man may acquire a reputation that enable him to steal a bank later ia the game car- rIer bargain I I I embitter career will t imag- Ines pretty T i L HOW TO SELECT A TEACHER FOR THE RURAL SCHOOLS The words of my subject which I wish to emphasize are the first and last If due attention is given to the how and the who the problem will soon be solved Let each member of our dvsion board vote as an individual on each We defeat the intention of our new school law when we decide this question as we have been doing in this county The new law aimed have ten or more men to vote on this question In the past there has been no uniform method in selecting a teacher What we wish to pleaM for in this paper is that the trustees adopt a professional plan of select ing their teachers No hard and fast rule can be will be a cure all but the following methods in select ing a teacher I timidly suggest First of all academic preparation In every branch of industry the world is demanding men and women who are prepared Those of us who are physicians know the great advance ment in the preparation necessary to true work of a physician It is on ly in the very remote part of our country that the homemade physi cian is found Modern methods are beginning to show us the slaughter of our innocents Monuments t the ignorance of the old time herb doc torShould there not be something more demanded of our teachers than that they be able to meet the legal test made necessary to teach Should there not be a professional test require that those who are to teach our children should of themselves be first welltaught To be specific I would say that the teachers of the rural schools should at least have a good high school A teacher should have the broader mental horizon must n short know more than the pupil if he or she is to The should appreciate the value of a professional or normal training an mploying teachers However the most enlightened pub lic opinion is in favor of the normal school as a place to teach teachers how to teach effectively If a teacher is a genius or is willing to assum that his or her methods are perfect he or she may need no further train ing if not the ideas and methods of others may help him or her The success or failure of the teacher in previous experience course be considered After all that said of certain methods in education what a teacher has done may be a prophecy of what she will do In this connection it may be well to say that the young teacher of scholar ship training and ambition will fre quently accomplish more than the teacher of more experience who is himself The teacher of successful experience who has the quality of noble discontent the de sire to progress is the ideal teacher Personally seeing the teacher at vork This is not entirely practica ble but is not this question of se lecting a teacher too serious a without some personal know ledge if possible of the teacher in his workA visiting would see whether the teacher taught or heard lessons If he found the reci tation period was a period of exam nation to test the childs knowledge a period of instruction the teacher supplementing and making real the knowledge acquired and the pupil taught to discover the central thought and its relation to the rest and in addition found the atmos phere one of interest and work he would be sure he had found a teach er with proper methods Will we ever get away from the of selecting a teacher because of friendship kinship or other considerations- A teacher should have that true culture I do not mean a knowledge of social amenities only although these are not to be despised but that grace of courtesy which are the unfailing characteristics of the gen tlemen and lady Example is so much more potent than precept particularly in its ef feet upon children during their most impressionable age that men and women of culture as well as know ledge should be chosen as their More important than any characteristics mentioned is the teachers character The teacher selected for this most should be an example of his teach ing Honest truthful highminded critical only of himself in fact should stand for the best ideals in conduct and life It is said that the famous Rugby school of which Dr Arnold was the head gave the kingdom more strong men of ability than any similar institution One may well ask the reason of its long roll of illustrious of the people Was it because of better teaching The reason was to be found in the character of Dr Ar nold who left upon all who came under him the impression of his strong personality The influence then let us say in conclusion of the teacher of who is weltaaught and well trained is immeasurable No better work of more far reaching results is entrusted to man than those who follow the example of him who was the Great Teacher who came that we might have life and to have it more abundantly I DR W M r I I to I adoptedwhich whichwould teachsuccessfully shouldof maybe I satisfiedwith oldmethod i sacredwork Englandof namesservants j educational teacher education trustees question exemplars character ELLIOTT 1 i r THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5000000 R E McRoberts Pres Banks Hudson Vice R f Bartoa Vice Pres J W Elmore Cashier D A Thomas A t Cashier R Comparative statement of Its growth Individual Deposits January i 1907 16534 74 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 645236 Jan 1 191O 13564758 Jro Pres L End BookKeeper 11909 f 1 s p 1 I THE National Bonk- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus S200QQ A R DESXT Resident J B STORM ES Vice S C DESSY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E S C Dennv J L Gill W I Williams Prest Storm i 41A E dY7Yd1 laB 11 ARE FIRE PROOF not crack and roll off like slate Will not rip at the seams like plain tin Neither will they rattle during high never need repairs and last as long as the building And last of they make the handsomest roof and are not will not burn Will not split or curl like wood shinglesTWill windstorms t all expensive Qualityaace to sou than profits thit the leukr makes oil trhnt he r lUjou itany dealers are soshort Eightod that the onljr thins they will consider in the purchase offa how cheap can bay it They think they can persuade their ers to hay what they ha e in stock anyway Are Ton that class In I in buy cf more stock the of customer what Too is PEERLESS FENCINGlei In material la workmanship la theoxr on the x but not nonefe tobo crept any substitute Make your dealer get Peerlea fence feeJOB w Peerless Wire Feice ABUANLBOCK t htghet quality or ron cUol1 It cosw a littJe more uoticahle and you are r lured or l that a Jifetime Do not CeDe rot g the fence will lat For sale by Conn Bros Lancaster Ky J J WALKER President J S JOKHSOX Vim Preat ORGANIZED 883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONKY Asst Pisnr C D WALKKR Bookkeep- erJ WALKER JR Asst BjokKueper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS- J S Johnson B F H dson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold WHY NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 3I lien wan I BEAZLEY IASELiBEI you i I CENT HI1 ECORD uses The fci ARCOURT COLnisrikfe MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality Horse and Jack Cards on short notice at this office v I I k z I II 9NL h Y s ie t ILEFT ON SALE FOR 5 t of c 1 JR v 800 Ginghams c t s Per 5Less than the price of Calico Come before we are sold up on these goods The Joseph Mercantile Company bidders In Drp Goods Notions and Ladies Tailoring 1 J 1 5 I 1 I High CldsS I Yard i L Gossip About v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings ly Those Are In Dr Vm Burnett was in Lexington the past week on business Bourne i at home after a visit to relatives in Lincoln Frazier Hurt made a business trip to the Falls 13 this week Prof J Milton of Lexington was a visitor in Lancaster Saturday Miss Virjriiiii King of Lowell was Miss RttlrA molds guest Saturday Mrs Lewis Francis of Richmond has been visiting Lancaster relatives MJLPhurigo of Lexington visit ed friends and relatives here this week Hon Jerry Suli van of Richmond was in town Tuesday on legal business of Bowling Green was visiting Mr Billy Burton this week Miss Mamie Walters is at home a visit to friends at Kings Moun tain Mrs OBannon of Stanford is the guest of Mrs W T West and familyMiss Minnie Johnson left Monday to enter the Normal school at Rich moud Mr and Mrp A C Dunn of Crab Orchard were visitors in Lancaster TuesdayDr Gogilvie of Princeton is the guest of Mr and Mrs Horace Herndon Mr John C Voltz traveling agent Q C Ry was a visitor here Sunday Shnley Hudson of Central Univer city Danvile was at hume Saturday aud Sunday Dr and Mrs AS Price of Stanford were guests of Mr and Mrs W A Price Sunday Miss Mirgaret Walker of Lebanon ii with Mr and Mrs Stephen Walker Sr visit Miss Viola Kincaid has returned hume after a pleasant visit to Miss Sallie T Smith The Cnauiuuqua Circle met Wed nesday at the home of Misses Janie and Miry Doty Mrs Annie Singleton and daugh ters have taken rooms with Mrs Sarah Hamilton Mr Charles Adams of Tarlington is here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Jack Adams Mrs Fred Neighbors of Louisville has been the recent guest of Mr and Mrs J B Bourne Mr and Mrs Walter Walker of Stanford have been visiting Mr and Mrs S Misses Agness Henderson and Em ma Burchell of Paint Lick were vis iting here Tuesday Mrs J B Caiter of Cartersville is here to spend the summer with her sister Mrs J B Conn Mr and Mrs R H Whittaker of N S osbe Falls Kansas are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy Messrs James Steele Baker and John Stone of Nicholas vi He W f Mrs Am Elliot Mr Tom W lon after D fur a II Walker Walker l f a Peoples r n passenger S r 4 J i were here for the funeral of Mr E H WalkerMiss Patterson of Berea has been on a recent visit to her father Mr George M Patterson Miss Pauline Arnold is at home a pleasant stay with relatives Richmond and Frankfort Mrs R E McRobarts was hostess at the Womans Club Wednesday after noun on Danville Avenue Miss Nina Cottrell left Monday for Pana Illinois where she will spend the summer with her aunt Drs Louis S MMurtry and H H Grant of Louijvilie were here for the funeral of Mr E H Walker Mrs Henley V Bastin who has been by the bedside of her fatter for a week returned home Monday O W Shugars of Indianapolis was here Monday for a visit to his father Judge Wm Shugars and family Ethel West Darnold who is at Normal school in Richmond was at home from a visit of several days Mr and Mrs Thomas Burnett of Lexington will arrive this week for a viit to Dr and Mrs Wm Burnett Mrs Ann Robinson has returned from a pleasant stay with her sister Mrs James Francis of Paint Lick Mrs Wm Bogle of New Orleans came Friday for a visit to her par ents Mr and Mrs W H Wherritt Mrs John Nevius and little son of Lebanon Junction have been recent visitors of Mr and Mrs R H Batson Mrs J B Paxton and bright little son James of Stanford have been visiting Mr and Mrs A C Robinson Miss Mary Elmore of the Richmond Normal School spent several days with her parents Mr and Mrs J W El moreMiss Delia Tinder has returned to the Normal school at Richmond after spending several days with the home folksMrs David Sanders and daughter Christine have returned from a visit to Mrs John Sanders of Upper Gar rardThe Mary Walker Price Chapter of theU D C will meet at the home of Mrs Rebecca West next Monday Mrs Louis Landram is with her mother Mrs H A B Marksbury for a visit before going to her new home in Danville Miss Pauline Hocker has returned to her hume in Stanford after several weeks visit with her aunt Mrs Mat tie Duncan Miss Kate Davis who spent the winter with her cousin Mrs Hurt Leaves next week for her home in Lexington Mr and Mrs Harvey Pherigo and Mrs Wm Pherigo of Lexington are visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs W T West Miss Jessie Doty of Richmond is expected home this week for a visit to her sisters Misses Emma and Lucy Walker Doty Mrs Andrew Tanner and interesting little daughter Dorothy Ann of City came Friday for a visit to Miss Mary Arnold Mrs Morris Dudley and chidren are with Mrs Dudleys parents Mr and Mrs James Hill after a visit to rela tives in Richmond I II in I I aft rnoon I has after Mrs Kansas Misses Emma and May Craig fact have returned to their home in Lebanon after a pleasant stay with Mrs Toles Walker Mr Alex West who has been at the Good Sanitarium Hospital for two weeks has recovered sufficient to be moved to his daughter Mrs Denman Miss A 1 tie Marksbury was hostess to the Tuesday Afternoon Club this week Most inviting refreshments were served and a very enjoyable af ternoon spent by the guests Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Lexington is with her brothers Messrs Wade Steve and Arch Walker been called here by the death of her Mr E H Walker The following ones were here for the funeral of Mr E H Walker Judge M C Saufley Win Bright W O Walker A L Holmes and W A Gooch of Stanford Messrs W H Watts John Greenleaf John Parks S L Parks John Goodloe and Alex Denny of Richmond W H Goodwin and J A Bowling of Lexington Card of Thank We desire thank our neighbors friends Knights of Pythias shown to us in our trouble Mrs Garrett Wood and Family Education As A Business Investment It has long been conceded that ed ucation is one of the best business in vestments from every view point It pays the individual advances society and strengthens the commonwealth Every mans services are valued by what he can produce The man as a rule can only support himself and family by physical work and thus arises a little above tbe horse or ox so far as his power of duction is concerned indeed the will hire for as much per day as the ordinary common laborer and when we speak of education we should consider it in its broader sense and not merely in the sense of learning from books for persons can be in laborous pursuits with as much or more advantage as they can in the professional hence there are being established all over our country industrial schools which gives hope for greater benefits to some of our than the schools founded only on the literary idea In our great universities we find that the student is taught the various trades and it is now considered as important to have the educated farmer as the learned lawyer physician or minister The man who will run bis farm in a scien tific way san produce one fourth more than the man who conducts it in a halfhazard manner and in discussing this subject we must remember that all pursuits not prohibited by law are honorable and it is better for a man to be a competant educated than an incompetent professional man We must conclude that an educated person can produce ninth more than one who is uneducated therefore it pays as a personal business investment When considered from the of society and the state the is far greater than the advantage It prevents crime it empties the jails and in lieu of them builds school houses in every section and erects churches in community and brings forth and dc velopes that noblest work of God the upright Christian character with high honor strict integrity and worship for Him in whom we Mof I I t Od Fe and to e kindness pro educated blacksmith personal brother uneducated latter population uneducated standpoint investment every a devotional fiMOi OW is the time to prepare to house UI JI RB PAINTyour We have every thing necessary and the very best that can be bought i Come to us for your Paint and Varnish Frisbies Dtug c reJjiIIriIf oo Store li J- and have our being It developeR such characters tbat bring honor peace and hope to tbe community ready times to right ly perform the duties of this life and obey the divine injunction to love thy neighbor as thyself The man produce more money more character peace and happiness by far than tbe one and it requires no argu ment to prove that education is a good business investment It is self evident and proves its own truth by the com mon experience of men in all parts of the world Lewis L Walker Truthfulness Stevenson Truthfulness consists less in stating true facts than in con Vojricg a true impression New Yorkers Fond of Sweets New York city has an extremely sweet tooth for its people consumed 280000000 pounds of sugar during the last year Touched a Tender Spot Two hundred women employed by a firm of hatters at South Norwalk Conn went on strike because their employers wanted to know their ages in order to promote the three oldest to the positions of inspector A Knocker- is a man 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 liver to a good ideaning out with Ballards Herbine A sure cure for constipation dyspepsia indiges tion sick headache biliousness all liver stomrch and bowel troubles Sold by RE McRoberts 1m i 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 LiD coin county as reported but will make the 1910 season at my barn 2 miles from Paint Lick and onefourth mile from Manse on the Richmond and Lan caster turnpike at 1000 for mares and 20 for jennets to insure living colts Mammoth Kings measurements are 34 inches from tip of nose to top of head 3414 inches from tip to tip 121 inches from tip of nose to root of tail 68 inch girth 22 inch forearm 18 inch knee 10 inch below knee at smallest place 19 inch hock 16 inch around hoof at hair Will also stand a five gaited saddle stallion 15 bands high will furnish breeding and particulars laterCare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Money due when mare or jennets or parted with or bred to other stock Grass furnished at 200 per month for mares or jennets from a dis tance Phone in residence Burdett Ramsey stall can uneducated I I process f move educated registered traded JflBEAZLEY Funeral Director and EmbalmerOf- fice Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KIT J c t1 r WBll Highest Market Price W R OQTT 4 CO z ia xuh YOUU FIND IT IN THIS CH1IMN Just opened Candy t of Lowneys Zimmer Fresh Lowneys Candy At Zimmers 34tf T S Elkin will ice this year and will appreciatdour patronage 2t Phone 199 for in the grocery line Lee Turret 24tf Northern seed pataoesat 80c per bushel W We handle the fairibus Red Cross brand of flour Loewc Turner 24tf The best corn plinter on the market fully guaranteed JRomans Highest market pripe paid fortoun try produce Lee Turner 24tf Curreys the place to buy evaporated fruits 38tf Curreys ter rnd eggs seji your but 38tf Wool wool woofl T S Elkin will pay tbe highest minuet price 31841 Curreys the pHac buy your Olive Oil Olives adetc 318tf es apricots pear Special prices on Harness Conn Bros For Store room nextdoor to Curreys grocery MraW O Dunlap Cutting Harrows Corn Planters Cultivators Rollers Etc at special ci t prices Conn Pure white tt eggs for sale at 50c per set ing of IB 426 b Marksbury Ky For airbanks balance Scale Will sell cheap W Get our can save you money on anything ire handle tf Conn Bros Largest stock ol Buggies Surries and pbaetons in Lancaster Dont buy my prices 1 Romans If it Is a cutting harrow you want Romans Flowlr Sal The Baptist Aid Society will have a flower sale at Powells store beginning April the 9th for two or three weeks 42tf I have opened a dressmaking in the formerly otter pied by Lewis L next door to post office and will appreciate your patronage 41tf Miss Powar S C Rhode exclusively won 1st at Frankfort and Bowling Green 8250 8150 and 8100 per 15 Ratyl stock 50cts per 15 83 00 for 100 S A Hill Lancaster Ky R F D No 3 Phone3SflG 318St For Sal Three building lotJ east side of Stanford of Mrs Hig ginbotham Aptly address G B RobinVen Danville Ky tor B M West Or attorney W 1 Williams 42 4t A Baby Show In Lancaster would have many contestants but its safe to say that the healthiest baby would win the prize No Baby can be healthy who suffers from and most babies do unless they are kept tree from them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly is its purgative Mothers dont to raise children without Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by B t McRoberts la B etc for next to d ys U R n s i tf Wy Mrs B Sutton I sales i 3t Prices e r own untilY t W J l I have It come nT W an ntinulng I r o I land eds Lou evil E gs j t 1 f h tf n r die q t Walker 2t W the plat Pick Curreys the p t buy can peach d etc 38U Buggies ned eve get s r establishment er e a fr o As worms e owe attempt r rf NOW Wu I DIRECTFROM 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 we are enabled to sell you such a high grade flour as the Obelisk at such a reasonable price Look for and save the coupons from each barrel they are valuable BANKS HUDSON tJfJ J I Y X I X t account SPRING GOODS We have just received a large line of DeeringFarminglmplements Osbourne Cutting Harrows g Columbus Wagons m Kauffman Buggies and in fact everything needed on the farm See our line of Stoves and Ranges White House and Buster Brown Shoes Men and Boys Suits Carpets and Druggets to fit any room at prices to please you Becker Ballard Co Bryantsville Ky WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THE SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD MTUISEIG mOL MAI 31st fee M HCL URG P T A MI s D I IJij I 8t 8r SOUTHand v Ill I trstd H+ I SILVER WOOD Son of Far Wood M79G record 227 brother to Nor Wood 212 sire of lady Constantino 212i Forist 2U5K and eight others Far W rOd Son of Nut Wood CO record 21S sire of Manager 2uG5 Lock Heart 2OS Addle D 210 i and li 5 others Nut Wood GOO record 2181 Son of Belmont Ci Silver Wood 1st dam Princes by Vatican 2 113C8 he by Belmout 61 Vatican dam Huinbletouian Far Wood IGTSG record 227J 1st dam Nora Wilkes dam of No Wood2l2j Nora Wood 2 Nora Wilkes By Geo Wilkes 519 2 22 Nut Wood 600 record 2181 Is dam Win Ki of i 2 l i I dam S 201SJ 9 Maud Silver Wood should make 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 good horses run back to these families of horses 2nd because he is one of the grandest looking 5 year old horses I ever saw He is 15 hands high good bone fine style and finish black and white feet and silver tail lie is just good broke to harness had no work for speed hut ht 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 and Sliver 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 the sason of 1910 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted to serve 30 good mares at the very low price of 1250 to insure a living colt I am prepared to care for stock from a at reasonable price but no responsibility assured for accidents or escapes of stock com milted to my care l distance NABOTH JRNaboth Jris a rich red bay 9 years old and full 1C hands hlghweighs 1225 pounds anti is a horse of wonderful beauty having a long rangy neck nnd lug a line tail He Is a perfect gaited horse with snperb all round action aud like all sons of old Naboth he has great natural speed In harness and greater racking horse cau not ba found in the State of Kentucky I have been a dealer iu fancy horses fortes years furnishing them for all the markets in this country I am anxious to encourage the breeders of horses to continue to raise better ones Vs is generally known there Is ascrtrelty of good hordes and those suitable for the Kasteru mar ket bring fancy prices If the breeders would raise Number one horses they must take the to the right kind of sires Naboth Jr beyond nil doubt is a horse that will produce horses that the market demands for which the public is willing to pay high prices I purchased this great young stallion at a fancy price because he has size style action beauty and breeding I had this horse worked 30 days and he stepped a mile in 240 If like begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to Jr You will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old Naboth Hambletonian 10 Old Messenger Chief Red Wilkes George Wilkes Maubriuo Chief Pilot Jr aud Harry Clay By Naboth 1001G219 He by Walsingham 21CC sire of Latitude 219i and several others in the list Walsingham by George Wilkes Old Naboths first dam Tinsel by Messenger Durock lOG sou of Hambletonian Second dam Bess sister to James Howell Jr by Third dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 45 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 Davis by Red Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred will be k pt during the season of 1U10 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted to serve mares at the very low price to insure living colt I um prepared to care for stock from a distauco at reasonable prices but no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of stocs committed to my care NOTICE Naboth Jr is the sire of the colt that won the 100 champion colt stake also the sire of the winner of the yearling stake at the Lancaster Fair 1908 J j carr and mares hlLt type of N both I PEDIGREEI X Ham letonian CrI I NabothJr 1500 I i and t i I Mr she in a black or red automobile j Mrs was going so fast I didnt notice that But she had on a white yacht hat with a blue band a white shirt waist trimmed in pink a brown she had a bunch of violets pinned at her waist Follow this advice men as Prof Fisher Yale University and Sir Crichton LLDFRS of London spend the best parts of their lives in studying the great question of the absolutely safe to follow of athletes that the meat eaters were exhausted long before the ance of the nonmeat eaters were about eight times those of the meat eatersSir James Crichton Browne says eat more oatmeal eat plenty of eat it frequently 59 Regular size lOc packages and her sealed hot climates SmithWas SmithShe skirtand foodsit differentfoods I asQuaker I experiments I r B BURTON KENTUCkY is a fair likeness of Naboth Jr Owiitd by v B Burton IIVV LANCASTER II 1 1 A i aaarx 1e REX ARBUCKLE 1467 jj- V Great Combined Stallion v Will make tbe season of 1910 at J N Denny farm 4 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike at 20 tor a Living Foal DSININ BROTHERS Lancaster i Old Fashion Corn Meal SB g is made on genuine French Burs from3 Sound Clean S3 g life of the Meal is not burnt out in the grind ing and is guaranteed to give satisfaction Creamery Butter g is made from pure cream by modern methods g is the best that money can buy If your 8 fc H grcer does not handle Creamery Butter or Old g B Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give g you the name of one who does H We also sell Coal and Brickand will ap j predate your patronage H H J 1 Henley V i t jv 1 at the Creamery i WRffirWSWWWffiWBWBS Xooc I I I I I I OOc OOOOOC C04 SflS S liS rlW liSliSliSliSliS s I i s anti i Bastin I liSvS1Vt StS S S S S S S S 1 ooX Corn- S t8 High School The lihth schools fctands as tbe con necting link between tbe common school and tbe college but it should not be merely a preparatory school True the first high schools were es tablished for the purpose of fitting tbe favored few who would persue prc fessional courses in higher educational institutions Consequently course of study consisted almost of Latiu and Greek languages the colleges dictating just what should be taught a is perhaps too true even WI ie the best high schools Lifer more practical courses of English Science and its most useful appli cations also manual training and domestic science yet colleges demand some six years of Language work and few high schools dare hazard their standing by neglecting uhese require ments However changed condi ions such as tbe eniicbmei t of the course of btud and the high school for advanc ed work have demanded more exten sive equipment in way of building laboratories and apparat us The three factors which enter into the making of a high school there are adequate buildings and equipment practical courses of study and spec iLIly trained teachers Of these factors the most important perhaps Ii the teacher To make the high school effective the teachers must be men and of good native ability strong character thorougb scholarship broad experience and keen sympathies Primary school methods with imprepared teachers not accomplish it This is work that requires masterful men and wom en The bun school period is tbe most Important period of life and the work of the high school is the most important phase ofschool work There is therefore need of men and women talLtroadshouldered and suncrown ed The method of instruction should be different from that of the primary school and should begin at least two years earlier than at present taking pupils of the seventh and eigh th grades with other tour grades of the high school as itnowexiste and i plan of work Then each teacher could be chosen for his especial scbol j anbif and skill la one paiticular t b e thing which yet M tthematcs will bringing the departmental I wholly women the them into e f branch of learning and the pupils would be brought under teachers who are attests in their chosen fields Courses of study should be arranged to meet the needs of the many pupils who come into the schools with differ ent and varying aptitudes Not every is born capable of pursuing an advantage courses in the classics and in abstract reasoning It would be indeed a rnisfoi tune if they were A boy who takes no interest in the great est interest in the natural life vege table and animal of his community in the soils in the elemen tary princigles of physics chemistry and biology in the use of toools and commercial subjects and become as intelligent them as boys and girls of the other class in mathematical and linguistic learning and out of these he may get as much culture and give as much service to the world The public bib school must adjust itself to modern life It must give preparation for the life which the students are to live It must make the courses as broad and varied as it permit In an agricul tural commuting it i absurd not to have a course of study which wi 1 b of practical benefit to the farmer boy And since most of the girM are one in domestic science and home econo myAll this calls for larger buildings and better equipment Every com munity to the boys and girls to furnish the very best within its means Every dollar so expended means more effective work in the class room and increased efficiency means economy of administration If the yearly cost of conducting an establishment is six thousand dollars and by certain ex penditures we could iucrease the out put by fifty per cent would it not be a good investment to expend some thirty thousand dollars on it It seems so Besider in the case of our own school the health and comfort of the chidreii absolutely demand better sanitation It seems to me that our people of waiting so be urged to this im portant movement should rise up and with one voice demand that their childrens highest needs be satisfied D W Bridges t I pupil t of resoutces l Important owtS it native tai Instead HT HEBRON Mr Edd Grow bought of Mr Wm Lear a mule for 110 A five pound boy arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs D Lemay on the 30th inst Mrs G A Bruce who has been greatly from neuralgia is report ed convalescingMr Montgomery bought a mare from Mr Wilbert Daly of Gunns Mr and Mr Sam Duncan of Curd were with relatives here the lat ter part of the week Mr Joe Pope was in this locality last Thursday engaging cattle at 4 and 5c for July delivery Mendith and daughter Mrs Hudson of Salvisa were with Mr and Mrs G A Bruce Saturday Frank Gammons and son and Mr and Mrs Philip MoCillan of Boyle were with Mrs G A Bruce Sunday Mr A i thur Montgomery wife and M Charlie Duncan were with Lexington the latter part of tire week Mrs Mny A Sanders daughter Feachie Mae and grandson Thumps n were with her daughter Mrs Henry Montgomery 14 of Pound a Week at leaH is what a young baby ought to gain in weight Does yours If tot theres something wrong with i s digestion Give io McGees Baby Elixir and it will be ic gaining at once Cures stomach and bowel troubles aids digestion stops fretfu ness good for teething babies Price Sold by R E Me Roberts Itn GILES Mr and Mrs Willie Worthington have been visiting relatives at Mivs vile Mrs Ben Humphrey bought a milk cow from James Turner of Jessamine for 50 Tom Floyd bought a rice work mule from James Turner of Jessa mine for 125 We are sorry to report the little daughter of Mr and Mrs John Mc Culley very sick Miss Bulah Davis of Crab Orchard has been the pleasant visitor of Mrs Raymond Davis Miss tts visited friends relatives in Midison the latter of last week Ida Teater has returned to her home after a long stay with friends and relatives in Jessamine Mr and Mrs WIlium Humphry have been visiting Mr and Mrs Lewis HumplTey of Jessamine this week We are glad to report the handsome little son of M and Mrs Joe Davis who has been very sick is improving Mrs Robert Long and handsome li Me children of Stone recently vis ited her parents Mr and Mrs B Ray Miss lire McHuge a teacher in one of the Topeka school read at a recent from a collection of quaint examination answers that she bad been gathering for some years The germs of Mss Mchughs cr liect ion were A brizzird is the inside of a hrn The equator i a menagerie lion running around the earth Oxygen tiling that has eight sides Exchange The Call Of The Blood for purification finds voice in pim ples bulls sallow complexion a look moth patches and blotches en the skin all si ns of liver trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pits make rich red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion heal h Try them 25c at B E MRoberts 1m Chappel for 136 vi lie r Mrs Olver II Mrs J rel Jlv sin lac and 1 I I I I laud I I I I I tcacher meeting Isa I suffering Saturday 50r Blanche St jaundiced RECOGNIZED THE REAL THING Society Lady at Last Realized That She Had Come to a Place of Punishment A modern lady died and went to hades His majesty met her at the gate Will it be possible for me to an establishment here she said Certainly madam In a desirable location I think so I donf care to be near the riffraff And I should like to be sure and get suitable servants You should experience no difficulty There are several good agencies- I could give dinner parties when I likedDear me yes And make a spludge at it 0 certainly I should expect to spend my sum mers abroad Quite right Return tickets free You have operas Several devoted to the haut ton The lady lifted her lorgnette She smiled slightly Do you know she said I am agreeably surprise I was afraid this place was not kept to conform to the best standards It troubled me to think I might have to ciate with my I am glad to I to see that you have such a sense of to have renewed our brief acquaint ance made on earth and I will trouble you to see that my arrival is chron in the society columns of the papersHis majesty bowed respectively Sorry madam but that will be im possibleShe at him haughtily v How is that she asked sternly There are no papers here There are no society columns No matter what you are doing the public is in absolute ignorance of it And sinking back she muttered to herself This is indeed hell Life THESE WOMEN j secure I up I inferiors the fitness of things I am very glad I led I I deferentially i ass h softly o Having installed a new and uptodate ELECTRIC MOTOR PLANING MILL with latest improved machinery we are prepared to furnish you at reasonalle prices any kind of Fancy laning Mill Work Door and Window Screens Etc Also Rough and Lumber Laths furnished on tills promptly IncorporatedDanville f9 j j a c I r sIW cb Dressed Cement Estimates t l i FARMERS COLUMN MOMooooeoc ofroaoooooooc 5 x c dpace below this heading is for the exclu sive use of our farmer subscribers and is for the 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 and will be only iu two issues of the RECORD free of change I have 25 acres of grass land to rent for pasture Mr Victoria Anderson For M joded Pekin duel s gs at 40c per setting LizzteSimpson Marksbury For Sale 10 bushel of hemp seed also want grass for 14 head of cattle by last of Apii1- Gec O Spoonamore Preachersvile Ky Brown Leghorn ejrgs for sale 50c per setting of 15 Mr J M Cress R F D Stanford Ky Phone 380G I have 15 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 SPURGEON PROVERBS Buy not silk while you owe for milk Better do than dream better be than seem She who buys bargains is often soldAvoid what makes in thy pocket a voidSellers need tongues buyers need eyesDesired things may not be desirable Fear of failure is father of failure Why kill nettles if you grow this i ties Pegging away will win the day Maybees are no honeybees Better a good groat than a bad bank note A maids best dress is bashfulness Fathers fraud drives sons abroad Play not with fire nor ill desire To be loved be lovable j Its risky riding when the devil is driving Lessons learned in the cradle last to the grave Be Hardy but be not hard The good wifes face lights up the placeDont get a helpmeet till youve got meat to help Better be onesided than twofaced If you cant be clever you can be cleanTo avoid a second quarrel avoid the first LIVE STOCK MAKKJET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS April Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 455 19 U 7A Shipments tK 437 CATTLE Shippers 6 75 t 25 6 50 50 7 15 4 600 Good to choice S S5o to to fair S 7of 15 Cows extra 5 75 rt CO Good to choice 5255 5 Common to fair 2 75 5 N 2 603 CO Bulls bolognas 4 so5 35 Extra 5 io5fo Fat bulls 5 50 GOO CALVES extra 9 75 Pair to good i 950 Common and large 5 25 7 75 HOGS good packers and butchers 10 90 11 00 Mixed packers 10 Co 10 90 Stags 7 C09 50 Common to choice heavy fat sows 8 00 10 40 Light shippers 10 25 10 CO Pigs 110 Ibs and less 72S1015 SHEEP extra Good to choice 6 50 6 7f Common fair 4 CO 6 LAUDS extra to choice 8 75 6 082 I w I SaleFull i I I I Ii fO I Butcher 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