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FTOJT The Laud of Now THE RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land ofNine LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 15 TWENTY FIRST YEAR t 1910 NUMBER 2 i r- r 1 CENTRAL Mr Farmer We fro Your Friend BECAUSE We are offering you the best line of the makers afford BECAUSE We will sell you the best BUGGY for the least money BECAUSE We help you out of trouble when you are broken down Lancaster Ky r ii Q Implements I I JCONN BROTHERS t g I a H U Y3 Hujihs and Swinbroaasold for E C Gaines his lot on wrest water street to Joe Nevleus for 325 0 There will be a box supper at church Saturday night April 23 fur the benefit of church Eli F M Tinders subject at the Christian church next Sunday morning will be The Savior of Success A husband on being told that bis wife had lost her temper replied that he was glad of it for it was a very bad pops Sunday School will begin at Peas ant Hill school house on new Danville pike next Sunday April 17th at 3 oclock Bro Pope Supt Eld F M Tinder has returned from Louisvi le where he was engaged In assisting in a series of meetings and also attended the great Sunday School Convention which met in that place The joint convention of the C W B M and Sunday Scdool of the tenth district will meet at Stanfort next Tuesday and Wednesday A number of good workers will be present and a good is expected A correspondent wants to know when to use shall and should Never use shall when you should use should and never use should when you should use shall In short we should always say should when ever we should say should Is that plain enough I Judge William Con Bell and wife left last week fur California and Seatle Washington where Judge Bell has considerable business nterests The people of Garrard County to whom Judge was on the circuit bench wish I them a pleasant and a safe return A splendid likeness of Mr John Y Leavell and his great grandson Henry Clay Jennings appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal This venerable just celebrated his 93rd birthday on Mirch 21 The bright little boy accompaning Mr Leavell is a son of Mr and Mrs J Bradford Jennings of Pecos Texas and a grandson of Mrs Henery Clay Jennings and Mr Alex Duty of this city Lancaster will be interested in the Blue Grass Motor Club organized cently iu Lexington A grand auto mobile rally will be held the first week in May at some beautiful picnic grounds near the Fayette capital and the car owners of Central Kentucky will be invited to attend Publicity committee has been appointed to see about the routing of the Glidden Tour This route will extend from Lexington to Louisville 164 miles through a most beautiful country n I f II f r r r r r r r r convent ion r I r j I r I they endeared themselves while the r U ip r r r r t r re- t r L r r r Fair- View I I F citizen I 0 S3 s 8 S 4 H T LOGftNS EXPOSITIONS OF SPRING STYLES Is without a doubt the largest and finest array of uptodate Apparel for Men and Boys ever j shown in this section of Not I will you find our assortment larger but jI you will find the values greater The styles shown from hat to shoes are j absolutely correct On the whole j spring exhibit should j impress you more than ever with this stores progressive ness and the greatness of our values We cor dially invite you to J on Saturday and view the l newest yy for f MEN tVtj I 1tJ I i i testate I E i x this great i iIsl 4 o 11 r ii all I x 1 i iw7JC00GM iHN G OCCGO t041 GjGv GCCY9Cv KNJKf4JU 49t7004 k Y e only oK 0 r a fash- ions1 s as so m os Sa osOaose a j E Mr Alex Letcher age 86 died at McCreary after many years of linger ing illness The interment was in tfce Lancaster cemel ery Sunday Deceas ed was a half brother of Letcher who died years ago quite suddenly of heart disease He was prominently connected with many families in this community Miss Joe Helen Maret who has been spending the winter in Florida with her mother and sister surprised her many Kentucky relatives and friends by the announcement that she had married The fortunate groom is Mr Grant Trumbo of Frankfort and he is indeed to be congratulated on winning such a bright young helpmeet We wish to correct the statement made by our esteemed contemporary the editor of the Interior Journal in regard to typhoid fever raging in our city There is in reality one case of the dreaded malady in our town and county to the best cf our information The location of Lancaster in particu larly fine being nigh and the drainage good and the sanitary condition of all the premises in our city insure us in the future as in the past a freedom from epidemics of diseases of every kind The RECORD suggested some time since to our city Pastors that space might be cheerfully taken bv our four city Pastors to preach some news each week to our readers many of whom may not be church go ers One hakijdly complied for this issue If the other ministers can find opportunity it Is believed that a weekly column thus served would be acceptable to the two tj three thous and fami ies among whom it circu lates in this and adjoining counties especially as the Ameiican Church Federation has emphasized tha moral usefuness of the country journal to the people of America Bass Ball The school boys will play Nicholas ville a game of ball monday afternoon on the Lancaster school grounds A good game is expected Sale of Land Hughes Swinebroad sold for Mr Tram Conn a farm two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond con twining 220 acres to Dr Willinm Bur nette at 100 per acre Grand Rally The temperance people have arrang ed for union service Sunday night at the Christian church Short by the four minters good music and a grand time Every one cordially invited W C T U Appointments The following have been appointed Cencus enumerators for Garrard coun ty Ross Bastin Henley Bastin B D Herndon O P Naylor Dr Tread way W H Fain Mr MzMurtry and Ben Mullins The work will begin Apr 15 PiogresBing The Walter Bros Hurt Medicine Co have made a contract with the United States Goverment whereby they have placed their chill cure in the Canal Z under the directsuper vision of the Goverment They will make a shipment of 1000 boxes in the next few days Educational Issue Editor Green Clay Walker of the Lancaster Record is making good This week he issued an extra fine pa per devoted to the cause of education He seems ti have lots of push and bus tle the qualities which count in the printing business Danville Advocate List of Claims Beginning with this issue will be published a list of all claims allowed or paid by Garrard county for twelve months past to whom paid and the amount By a wise provision of law the Fiscal Court is required to have the claims made public through the news papers so that the people may know who gets the publics money and what is given to them in return The remainder of the claims allowed will be seen in the next weeks paper g Day The Civic League has declared next County April 25th Tag Day and every person who comes to Lancaster will be tagged and as a consideration will pay the lady or girl who tags them any amount of money from ten cents to ten dollers no small er amount than this will be received so have the correct change ready for if you should give a ten dollar bill 990 change you will be disap pointed Whatever amount of money made up will be used towards cleaning up the streets To Our Advertisers Did you ever think what your ad in the newspaper is doing for you When you close your store in the evening and go home to your family and not thinking about your business at all then it is that the paper is be ing pored over In hundreds of homes the homes from which your trade is drawn And there is your ad doing Its work silently but surely and if you have taken the pains to make it at tractive its work will be all the more attractive This is over and i no doubt what in spired some writer to call newspaper advertising a bilent drummer Miss Sarali me T CourtDay some religious pike speeches expecting fireside reputed and- over again I Coal Land Owner Mr John MaGee the Fourth street merchant has returned from where he is on a deal to dispose of 1100 acres of coal and timber land in which he is interested A deal has been consummated but a trade is on foot The land has advanced much in price since it was acquired by Mr MaGee Diinvile Advocate Mr John Tiajlor after an illness of several weeks died at his home near Gilberts Creek at 6 P M Wednesday 13 th The funeral services were conducted at the grave in the Goshen cemetery by Brother Livingston at 4 oclock Thursday afternoon The de ceased is survived by a wife and six children Mrs Sam Duderar Mrs Ivan Fish Miss Polly Frankie Duty Willie Gordon and John Jr all resid iug in Lincoln county to whom much sympathy is extended lie was well known in this county and hi d many friends Good Crowd in Stanford Court Day Last Monday was county court and horse show day in Stanford and a large crowd attended Some of the best stallions in Central Kentucky were shown Arbuckle the fine owned by Denny Bros of this county marie a good show Mr Billy Burton did not take Naboth Jr to Stanord as this flue stallion is so well known over Central Kentucky he did not deem in necessary to show him One of the best horses shown in Stanford was All Peavine owned by the popular horseman Dick Scud der of McKinney Many of the best ones will be shown here next court dayBusiness at the stock pens was good about 75 stock hogs sold at lOic about 500 cattle sold at from 4c to 6c Good Work The civic league is busy with their good work The court house yard Is to be made into a flower bed There Is also a move OB to enlarge the park makiag more room for the summer evangelistic services and helping in many different ways Dr Pierce is having a drawing made showing the plans of the new park and as soon as it is finished the Record will print a picture of the new park way It is to be hoped that the enterprising ladies of the town wil not step in their good work and that before this summer passes we shall have our new parkway and new cement walks around the square together with many other much needed improvements Let every lady who is interested in her town join in an effort to make Lancaster the most beautiful town in Central Kentucky McCreary Senator McCreary wants to be Gov ernor again according to a Lexington dispatchThe has been made that the exSenator will return to his home in Richmond Kentucky from New York about April 20th and will short ly after that date announce his can didacy for the democratic nomiaation GovernorA of prominent of the stats was held recently and it was decided by then that Mc Creary was the strongest and most available man for the nomination The demand by the democrats of the state that McCreary be the nominee of the party for Governor seems to be so general and widespread that the probabi Uy of his receiving the honor is almost assured Council Meeting The city council will meet on next Monday night to act on the telephone franchise also many other important matters Mr Mount has introduced an ordinance which if passed will mean that in the near future we will have cement walks around the public squareAt last meeting Mr Mount was appointed a committee to form a plan to help get the Goverment building and he is now preparing a pamphlet in which will be shown a picture of our Banks School Hotel Tobacco Ware houses the present post office etc If the council appoints committee to go to Washington in the interest of the Goverment Building to see Sena tor Bradley Congressman lev and others this book will be turn ed over to the committee to be taken to Washington otherwise it will be mailed to our friends at Washington There is no reason why we should not have a goverment building and why should we It is because the net proceeds of the Lancaster post office are increasing Nine years ago the business amounted to 2400 last year it amounted to something over 4200 At the same ratio the increase in nine more years will make this a Second Class post office In the next few years there will unquestionably be a large increase in business as houses are being erected on every available lot to accomodate the many families who coming here to get the benefit of our splendid school Our large Warehouses New Cream ery and other new places of business together with general increase and in population require better facilities for handling the mail Let every public spirited man in the attend the council meeting Monday night and all join in an effort to promote the things that will make our what It should be and those things which will not re ultimately to the best interest of all I not f Traylor Rex stallion Helm Stan are tobacco In business next oppose Livingston April democrats Mill town town j SEE THE IMPERIAL DOUBLE DISC HARROW WITH FLEXIBLE FRAME Best on the market and can be used as single or double Harrow BROTHERS VSSy mHB Give Your Money A Chance I By buying your Groceries of me Satisfaction guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery In The Lard of Now with the prospect of the great est tobacco crop in view ever known before buying that Barn bill call and get our prices We are headquarters with a special price on a complete barn bill i Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Zit I I I iHASELDEN itSJi Jt S S S S s I I IX I I 2OOOOCOOOOO- Ci iJAA III III ill II II- II I I I I I II Ii111f11f S J I The finest and best line of Baggies Sarries Phaetons AND Driving Wagons ever brought to this market Prices low No trouble to show goods W J R 0 M ft N S I I II I I 9 0 0 S c 4- fi 1 c a y I i I Jist a yt 4 F 4 X Y If you are thinking going to Paper your house this Spring it will be to your interest to see our line including the famous Janeway Carpendar Maxwell York Card Paper Co and others We have a large assortment of both high and medium price Paper Come in and see samples or phone us and we will be glad to bring our samples and submit prices to you as we know we can please you aboutor I F Good FurnitureI CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY From The Of Now GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr entered at the Pot Office in Lancatttr JTy as SecondClas Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky April 15 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are aulhoriz d to announce Hon Harvey Helm a candidate to succeed himself in Congress subject to the ac tion of tile Demucratic party The Interests Turn where yeu will in public affairs you are up against some kind of an Interest Go to Washington and there are the Interests Legislation is wanted that will benefit some kind o an Interest The most innocent looking meisure may be loaded with something that will benefit the We find it in all tha State Legis Probably in none of them greater than in the last Kentucky Leg i 1 iture where the controlled everything We believe that the ma jority of men of bith parties elected to Congress and the Legislatues are honest and patriotic but they are victims of the Interests The Interests are soulless they have no heart no conscience they never sleep They wil cajile or threaten to the temperament of their victim They will bribe if necessary They are well organized on the outside and have enough legislative tools on the inside to get l gil tion enacted that they want and to prevent lepisa 1i n that they do not want Their work is not confined to the National aud St te Legislators Probably their most effective work is done in cities through the Boards of Council Con ces i ins are gotten throHh franchises that are worth many millions of dol lars The have no politics they can be Republican Democrat Socialist or Anarchist as occasion may require They are never without a scheme If oned snt work they will try another If they fail at one time they will wait until the next time The greatest menace to our country are the interests STou may ask what we mean by the interests It is the bribery the graft and other means used by which the will of the people is Unvaried and the few are benefited There is the dawn of an awakening in New Yorkaud Pennsylvania The penitentiary doors are opeuig to re ceive the corrupliouists Let us hope that the good work will spread until it extends to every other State We need it iu Kentucky The Sun Senti nel There has never been a time so full of opportunities as today The child of t has many advantages over the child of even a dozen years ago Very recently there has been amovement tbat will mean much to the development of the children not only for the pleasure that will be derived but also the uplifting tat will surround this that is the play ground move ment For some time past the large cities have been appropriating money for the support of these play grounds and the resurts have been such as to make many States realize how neces sary this playground movement is for the betterment of the child There i to day a growing apprecia tion of play as full of meaning It is the language of cbildrens emotions and thought Play that ends in play is BO more satisfaction to the child I 100 A YEAR Land and Prt cinct and interest Interests i terests St tte according L1t rests t lay agitated movement at ire Influence j r i rr than play that ends in The necessary idea is to get rid of solely school tasks and to till the children full of happiness as well as knowledge One of the great of these play grounds is the adult population not on ly the school hours hut wisely Jhe play hours and thereby will give the children ideals which will be followed in outside play While the school board is tlii iking of imoioving the school would it not be a wise idea for them to improve the play grounds Senator McCreary The democrats of the state are be ginning to cast about for suitable tim ber out of which to select their next state ticket The party has surely learned ere this that it s just as important to have a ticket who will not only bring victory to the orcaiiiz ition now but who can aud will conduct the peoples business acceptibly and unselfishly and skilfully handle tile organizttion of the party in that we may triumph in the future Among the number of prominent democrat most favorably mentioned for Governor is ExSenator James B McCreary It is reported that he has the matter under advisement and will probably decide to be in the contest for the nomination The ExSenator in the past has had the support of the Democrats of Garrard in accomplish ing hii political ambitions and should he be again wi ling to serve the party there are many who will esteem it a privilege to stand by him There is no doubt but that the most interesting amusing thrilling figure in America today is Theodore It is an u queiti usable fact j that he is more popular today than when he sailed for fricasome months The African natives insist that he is the American king and the Egyp tian authorities give him the honor they would give to a European Mon arch Nut only reporters but many distinguished men have already met him on his homeward journey and pul iticians are eagerly awaiting his return to hear what lie thinks of affairs at home Roosevelt is a politician that will lead and not be lead Some prophecy that he will be a candidate for president neat term however pre cedents are of no value and prophecy ing so far ahead is futile We only know now Roosevelt comes back from the Sudan with all his t ophies and the people of the U S are ready to give him a must cordial welcome We wish to thank our friends and the public generally for the words and commendation accorded our efforts in behalf of increasing interest in the ed ucational affairs of the town and the county We wish to keep the subject agitated and this is only the begin ning We need a more commodious school building with better light ana heating facilties for the accommodation of the increasing numbers in the school We cannot hope for the best results unless the young minds are given the best means through which to develope Money thus spent will return you the highest per cent on your investment and there is no limit to its far reach ing effects The man who finds his pleasures in or io animal passion will sure ly realize at last that his pleasures are exceedingly costly in the i of his will power a wearied satiety and loss of bodily and moral strength U timately he comes ti understand the meaning of what is called the law of diinii isbing returns though he may not know it by that name Impatience is responsible for the failure of many projects in whi h men engage They expect results trio soon and when they are forthcoming the promoters become impatient lose The patient man holds on does not get dicpuraged and in due time reaps the reward of his patience What a lot of satisfaction there is in doing the right thing and doing Jt Jn I wil centrt1 I Roosevelt I I ago I I I Thanks l I j weake- ni heat tand give up c 4 1 I accomplishment advantages that M drinking y 7- t S TTiLANCASTER KENTUCKY F G T the right way The two should al vaj s go together for sometimes the good act does not achieve the blessings we desire because of the want of tact or the clumsy way in which we do it Some of the children bave been pi iy and climbing on monuments annulling flowers This is and will have to be stopped 3 B Henry A man who was afraid of thunder crawled a hollow log as place of safety during a thunder storm The thunder rolled and the rain poured down in and the old log be gan to swell up tie poor fellow was wedged in so tight that he could not get out All his past sins began passing before him Suddenly he re membered he hadnt paid his news paper and he ftitso small that he was able to back out The ground hog theory is now ex i iled and we no longer regard his i phecy concerning tbe i lie first two weeks of the month of March is a part of the ground hogs weathers rod is usually accompanied with the high winds and cold rains proved it flf quite to the contrary this year the month came Limb like and remaining so to the last very much to the gratification of our farmer friends who accomplished much work in their line while circumstances were Quarterly Court The regular term of the Garrard Quarterly Court convened on Tuesday April 12th with Judge A D Ford on the bench From the large docket and the number of litigants and wit nesses present it appeared almost as big as Circuit Court A number of cases were disposed of on the first day among the most important hemp W P Rodgers against Bradley Montijoui cry decided ic favor of Rodgers J T D Chesnut against Richard exander in favor of Chesnut J A Allen against G M Patter son in ravor of Allen National Health Sunday Sunday April 24 1910 is National Health Day through the Ut i ed State The plan i new having been enterprised by the American Heath Society of New York The mi iler of every congregation is to make the mondig and evening servi ces a of the duty of pre serving and promt tng Ihj health of the home and community especially in setting forth tie dangers and les sons of tubercrtlosis consumption the great plague of the contiment 2000CO dying yearly or one death to every nine Kentucky leading every State in the Nation in its mortality per cent Bronchial Tubs All Stuffed Up While a of Washington D C 1 suffered continually and intense ly with a bronchial trouble that was simply terrible to endure 1 would have spells that I could hardly breathe I would choke up flil up in my throat and bronchial tubes and the doctoring that I did and the remedies used were of no benefit to me whatever I heard about Booths Hyomei being so in catarrhal affec tions and procured an outfit I relief from the first by its use I continued with it and rest ived a cure It is about two years since I have suf fered at all from my former trouble Mrs R L Pannell 404 N Augusta Street Staunton Va Much 26 1909 Hyomsi is guarai ted by R E Mc Roberts to cure catarrh croup bron chins coughs colds and sore throat or money back A complete Hyomei pronounced Aighome outfitcoFfc 100 at drug gists everywhere This includes a hard rubber pocket inhaler and of Hyomei extra bottles Hyomei cost 50c Free sample bottle and booklet from Booths Hyomei Co Buffalo NY Cures indigestion- It relieves stomach sour stogy ach belching and cures all stomach dis back Lar e trx c tabs lets 60 cents in all towns I law a t Irrents I I subser p ton I weal her I I I r I I I Al- I I ri que I presentat iIn J r resident MONA Du agaius 1 ito till favorable td beneficial and bronchial received boat ease or money fists w r- 5r a General News Dr Charles W Stiles of the Ilospi al Corps who is in Nashville the first annual conference of the health oficers of Tennessee made the statement that he had visited several of the Nashville school and had more than thirty cases of hookwormThe York reception committee headed byCornelius Vanderbilt which is to hive charge of the homecoming welcome to exPresident to have everybody know that there is to be nothing partisan or local about the celebrat i p Former Justic Alton left St Moscow and tIle Cii mer Dud ig his visit at St Peters burg Mr Parker called upon Premier Stolypju and discussed the possiblity of closer relations between Russia and the United States The appearance of Rep esentatlve Foss of Massacuuselt5 to take the oath of office was signal for an enthu siastic demonstration on the part of the Democrats in the national House of Representatives By an almost unanimous vote the House voted down an amendment to the naval appropriation bill offered by Mr Hobson of Alabama authorizing three battleships The average condition of winter wheat on April 1 was per against 822 at the same period last yearThere were 240 badness failures in the United States during the week ending April 7 against 229 last week The Standard Oil Company has an nounced a reduction of fifteen points in the price of refined petrclaum Rafael Molina a wellknown torea dor who fought under the name La garti9o is dead at Cordova Spain President Taft defeated Vice Presi dent Sherman at gulf last week Following the arrival at New Or leans of W T of the customs service at New York subpoenas were issued for several employes of the American Sugar Refining I New Olearns ordering them to appear before the United States gand jury Mr Dsnisons appearance is in con nection with an investuaiim of the customs department at New Olfans Antirace suicide efforts at burg W Va may go for naught census enumerators have ruck for Mjher wages according to Super Harvey W Harmer of the First congressional ditiictr He says that it has so far been impossible to secure st ikebreakers and it looks as though the people of the district might not be counted in the grand total Senator Charles Dick of Akron wi 1 be the only caandi late for United States Senator whose name will ap pear on the Ohio Republican primary ballots May 17 according to the state ments sent out by Supervisor of Elec tions Secretary of State Thompson The French Parliament which was elected in 1906 ended its labors last week The general election will take place April 24 and the new Parliament will assemble June 1 State Senate Theodore B Bilbo of Mississippi who claims that while the role of detective he acceped a bribe of 645 from Hon LC Du laney tc change his vote from Varda man to Percy issued a signed stat ment declaring that he is being by the corporations and ev powers and that an is being made to damage his character and he wants the people of MissisMpi to judgemdnt until the evidence is in In three opinions filed by Judge San ford of the United State CircuitCou rt of Appeals at St Louis the won in an important point in their fight against the hour stock law The court ruled that where an is signed by the shipper catte may be hauled hours outstpppingfor waiter feed and rest For the first day since the Payne Aldrich tariff went into effect August 5 1009 the net reed pts the Government last fridayjshovr ed surplus over the net ex J j I Roosevelt- is anxius B Parker for I I i SOt cent I Dell ison I Companyat Clarks visor I I I the inon twent tour thlrty six of I I I I I attending discovered Peteasburg Seventeen playing persecuted effort suspend railroads agreement with act ordinary a ordinary r i penditure The days total amount ed to 3122009 of which cams from the new corporation tix The fund which New Orleans is rais ing to secure the Panama E poition in 1015 reached an amount in excess of 210000 And more money was prom j ised The peoples University Extension Society of New York City is undert ik ing to teach people how to get large in3ils for llt2 m ney a problem that is a great many people nowadays Classes in economic cook ing are held all over the city in coop eration witi other agencies for social betterment and much of the sickness and suffering and Cime that comes from badly cooked food has thus been preventedGifford Pincdot spent monday with Theodore Roosevelt in the moiintai is at porto maurziobut what passed be tween them is a secret The secret service police arrested a prowle at the carow villa The police beleve the man is demented Senator W O Bradley who is to make the principal address at dedicating the new Capitol telegraphed from Washington that June 2nd would suit him and the dedication will take place on that date A coaliion between Republican in and Democrsts against the provision in the legislative bill appro priating S25UO for maintenance of the Speakers automobile resulted in the rejection of that part of the confer ence repott by the House Mrs Laura Gill Utica Ky says I did not get the Bourbon Poultry Cure in time to save my 30 gobbler but I have a large flock of turkeys I want to use it i h as I find it is a gcod remedy Sold by J R Mount Son Alimony Preferred Lawyer My advice Mrs Jones la to take your husband hack and give up the idea of a divorce Mrs Jones Do I look like a woman who would take a man in place of good money 100000 I i I I I I confronting ceremonies 5urgents I oOL Highest Market Price V R GOTT CO Farmers this is the season to Stock Food We have jut received a large shipment of INTERNATIONAL and are selling it at 285 per 25 pound long as this lot lasts f R E McRoberts Ir I I I II I I I pailas 1i I J 3 use Good Carpets I rmiUU il I II I iIiANY ONE KNOWS Good Flour f i IT IS THE Women and one good reason that we are so proud of Glen Lilly Flour is because they all say it is the best WHiTE HOUSE FLOUR is next When you say Flour to the grocerr say Clop L ly first hell understand and if your grocer has no Glen Lily or WhiteHouse Flour tell us ve will tell you the ones that have GARRARD MILLING CO LANCASTER KY I I t t I I 1 i i It I i t t IIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl iy M a tM f OFFICERS E L Wood President W C Fish Vice President O U Terrill Asst Cashier II Ii W G Kemper Cushier DIRECTORS Marion Coy R L Arnold Woods J S Burrows Voo4b I J B ItG Guyn I Wynn- E L C Fish VC iv PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KENTUCKY Capital Stock 1600000 Deposits 10000000 Surplus and Uandivltled Profits 1100000 Your Banking no matter how matter how small The Peoples Bank wilt give it cnreful attention Thi message applies to men and women alike Come in and see us 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 Lick Ky stand ready to serve you Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky I Large no II experience I Buggies Road Wagons AND BUGGY HARNESS Syracuse Plows Cutting and Drag Harrows 01EAIIMACL Paint Lid Ky When you think of building see the DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished i Danville Lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated S fio I Cracks at Creatlcn Did YOU know That the best place to hold casters Fair is around the waist Some people prefer John Farras and I thiuk I will be safe in say iiK it will be hed it both places this yearThat a band composed of twenty five beau iul ladles will music for the iTair this year That no one but the Secretary and the Eior of The Central Record will be allowed in the ring That there was a wood pile discover ed at the city couticU meeting the other night viti a rigger in it That the ores who so biterly op posed the Bell lung distance phone being granted a franchise are very en thusiastic for granting the Kentucky Telephone Co franchise That some people think that this is a distinci jn without a difference That all the people that I have talk ed to say that the City council had better let the telephones alone That we are nut paying very much for our service now although it is not very good yet we might pay a great deal more and not get any better ser viceThat all the high chairs trundle beds and cradles that have been filled with mumps measles and whooping sough the past winter are now looking forward to chicken pox hives stone bruises and other summer complaint That the hat that is considered n dream of today is called a f i ht That the Lancaster women say they will nut give up hat pins on account of they think all disarma ment questions fhuuid be referred to That the hat question i too for the mind ot in in to solve of cou s they are becoming That every woman you meet looks as if she had just got her head out of a winter chrysalis That Iii cans are the greatest prob lem of spring cleaning That it is wrong to screen you house and leave filth on your premise Your neighbor might not be able to screen his That our good friend J Y Robinsoi has returned fur the south and says feeling tine although to me he lookr a pale around the Gills That Mr T 31 WTson is a frequent and wtlcome vbitor to our tnvn lit is a splendid judge of a horse a tint whip and knows a good Mount whei be sees it Saved From The Grave I had about given up hope af Lei nearly four years of suffering from v severe lung trouble Mrs 31 L Dix of Clirksville Tenn Ofter the pain in my chest would be almost unbearable and I could out do but Dr Kings New Discover has made me feel like a new person Its the best medicine made for tin throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn hay fever la grippe astima croup bronchitis and hemorr pages hoarseness and whooping cough yield quickly t this wonderful med icine Try it SOc and 8100 Trio bottles free Guaranteed by R E McBoberts 1m Interesting Information Willie was very proud of his first pants That night when he said his prayers he said Dear God I am thankful to say I have on pants now Philadelphia Ledger Mrs Johnson Speaks and children have returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Mobley of Buckeye Misses Jennie and Susie o PdinVLIck were guests of Mss Dunn last week Miss Mary Burns and Mr Charles Robinson of Lexington was with Miss Fannie Tomlinsou last week date Mircee sold a horse to his brother Vard for 8135 Johnson Speaks sold to J I Hamil ton a horse for 130 Miss Annie Mr Fike of Paint Lick and Rev L F Talliaferro of Frankfort were en lertantd at the home of Miss Geor gia Dunn Saturday and Sunday The Ladles Working Society would Jlke tD take your order for a sun bon nitt The Juvenile Music Club carried out a programe at Dunn Academy last Friday afternoon The minutes and criticisms of a previous meeting read by Miss Cecil Bouliig were very much enjoyed by the club Nancy Wood iu her new role as presilient ac quitted herself well Mrs Burgess was elected t take charge of the next meeting and Miss Nancy Wood was elected Secretary Rev J II Steen of Louisville preached Sunday morning at the Fork church subject Conquest evening Love Rev W L 31 irtin of Louisville will preach at the church next Sun day morning and evening at the usual hourQuite a number of friends met at the open grave of Mrs Martha Friday morning to pay the last tribute of respect Mrs Sadler aged seventy six died of a illness at the home of Mr Theodore Dunn Thursday evening She had been a member of the Baptist church for a number of years and was willing and ready to RO when her time came Mr W D Marksbury conducted a short service at the grave The children who survive tier are Mrs Simeon Parks Boyle county Mrs Theodore Dunn Mrs Chas Dunn Miss Carrie Sadler Bryanteville Mr Sam Sadler Evaofiville Ind and Mr Allen Sad ler Uicbolasville 4 uLan woodland bras furnish l iltlion the 4l an y i ins Higgins and lJi gIns Mss 9 Saddler lingering f I fr loveliness ll rgne doe h- Is lithe writes fork ci Ids MA1tJiSBJlff Georgia Sunday 4 j d t r J 6 THOUGHTS FOR WORKER A man who tries and fails knows that he has tried Effort does not promise success but it is the first step toward it Work without rest Is like bread without yeast it is heavy The world does not owe us a living until we prove our worth Work is intended to change more than bank accounts Confidence is a simple word but it means a whole lot in business Work well done today and tomor row promises better next week Overwork may tire the body but it certainly lightens the conscience Some men may die from overwork but laziness is a more fatal disease If a man had no failures he would not understand what success means Character does not promise success but without it a man is pretty sure to faiLIt is well to train Ute mind to think accurately and the hand to respond quicklyRest does not mean idleness more tangible dreams are spun during the day than at night What does it matter who gets the credit for the work The work is what the world needs A difficult piece of work is like a story with a strong plot it keeps the best for the end Dont give up until you have tried everything Many a race horse wins on the last stretch A sudden shock in business is as good a tonic as a splash of water It wakens one in a hurry There are times when a man shall act and times when he shall talk He must learn how and when OBSERVED BY THE WAY Anything is wrong that is almost rightIts never too late to mend until it is too late All the disagreeable people live on cross streets Scandal is the tattle of fools who Judge other people by themselves Generally the man or woman who says I dont care is a liar Many a doctor has saved a patients life by not being in when called Few men put off until tomorrow the meanness they can do today Ever notice that when you are on time the other is invariably late How the average woman does how he does it Many a girl never suspects a young mans intentions until he asks her if she can cook Some people get credit for being when in reality they are too cowardly to start anything Sometimes a man is as badly by an imaginary snake as a woman is by a real mouse Women always insist on servants bringing letters of reference they know that there isnt a word of truth in them DYSPEPTIC PHILOSOPHY In buying experience you cant al ways get it to match Dont accept advice from a man who never offers you anything else It is just as well to believe only hall you hear and then half of that The girl who screams when she is kissed is generally fond of screaming It is just about a thousand times easier to call a man a lier than to prove it There is quite a difference between being well posted and being stuck up You cant always tell from a mans shoes whether he is welt heeled or not THE GOLDEN RULE Do as you would be done Do not that to a neighbor which you would take 111 from What would you not wish done to yourself do not unto others Chinese One should seek for others the one desires for oneself Buddhist He sought for others the good he desired for himself Let him pass OB Egyptian Eminent Authorities say that outdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats all very well but how can people with rheumatism follow that advice The answer is very BaUards Snow Liniment and the rheumatism will go leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief from rheumatism neuralgia lame qack and aU pains Sold by B E Me Robert 1m character husbandand deserve patient frIght- ened although byPer himGrecIan happiness simpleuse J don abuser Ian w t Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court V Julia Ann Administrator it Plaintiff Julia Ann Dodds Heirs Etc Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at its regular March 1910 term in the above styled 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 Mf it being the regular County Court Day for said month sell to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky the real estate situated and being MI 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 of record 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 8754 E 57 poles to a sugar tree stump corner to Davis Floyd now Cyrus Daily S 74 E 14 poles to a stake thence S Zl2 W 13 poles to the junction of two branches thence up the South branch with the meanders S 86 W 460 pole S 69 W 4 B 86 W 5 poles S 60 W 5 poles S 86 W n poles S 49 W 6 poles to a stake in a branch thence S 82 4 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 Said sale is made for the purpose of settling the estate of the said Julia Ann Dodd and for the 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 bond with good security to the Master Commissioner for the money bearing six per cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid on which execuion may issue if not paid at maturity the same having the force and effect of a judgment A lien will also be upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money and W 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 of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at its regular March 1910 terra in the above styled action I as Master Commissioner of said Court and 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 Garrard county Kentucky the 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 City 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 and Richmond pike Richmond St a new corner to Jennings thence with said line S i64 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 E 432 poles to a stake a corner of said Prices lot on Reids line thence with said line N E 1528 poles to a stake in the middle of the aforesaid pike thence with same N 56 W 692 poles to iiit beginnng containing one acre two roods and 9545 poles more or less SECOND TRACT A small lot lying South of the above bounded on tne West by an extension of the first line above which was 16 W to the boundary of the railroad thence with the railroad boundary to 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 5th 1877 and recorded in deed book No 2 page 563 and from Irvine Miller to 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 dated May 20th 1909 and recorded in deed book No 24 page 631 all of said deed books being in the Garrard County Clerks office Said sale is made for the purpose of dividing the proceeds amongst the owners of the land to their respective rights TERMS Said sale be made on a credit of six and twelvemonths onehalf of the purchase money due six months from date of sale and the other onehalf due in twelve months from date of sale and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with securi ty to the Master Commissioner purchase money bearing six interest annum from date of sale until paid upon which exe cution may issue at ma turity the same having and ef feet of a judgment A lien will also be retained for the payment of the purchase money afore D dds vs following payment TERMSSaid execute purchase retained rendered following Jennings 87 23 property according being percent if not I the rivi tf r 8 fore force id purchaser has lege of paying off said bonds before maturity bv paying the principal of said bonds and interest thereon from the date of sale to the maturi ty except however the shares of the infant defendants John 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 bond is executed therefor as required by law W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court G B Swinebroad Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court C C Williams Plaintiff J E Andej on Etc Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at its 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 the following described real estate lying and being in Garrard county FIRST six acres and is bounded on the North by defendant J E Anderson on the East by Wiley heirs on the South by Adam Estridge and on the West by C F Jennings This 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 on the South by lands of said Ballard and on the West by the lands 06 C F Jennings The purpose 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 tion which costs amount to 7056 on the day of sale the total amount 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 subject to credit of 5050 March 25th 1901 and said debt is the further sum of 2640 with 6 per cent interest per annum Dec moth 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 ner cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid on which executiin may issue f not paid at maturity the same laving the force and effect of a judgment A lien will also be upon the land for the pay ment of the purchase money and interest aforesaid W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court L L Walker Atty for Plaintiff I Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court J E Robinson Plaintiff Robert Strange Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at its regular March 1910 term in the 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 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 W 136 poles to a stake in line of Duncan and corner to Lot No 8 thence with line of same N E 136 poles to the beginning containing one quarter of an acre This is the same roperty conveyed to Robert Strange y J Hamilton on June 22nd 1906 by deed now of record in the 3arrard County Clerks office deed ook 21 page 436 The purpose of the sale is for the satisfaction the plaintiffs debt and interest counted to the of sale which amounts on the day of sale to 11438 and the costs of action which amounts to approxi mately 5654 Total amount to be raised by said sale be ng approximately 17092 TERMS sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to exe 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 same having the force and of a judgment A lien will al so be retained upon the land sold the payment of the purchase money and interest aforesaid W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court J E Robinson Atty for Plaintiff Might Haw Rem Worse There is that a Pittsfegrg- man sold lots 40 feet water but sot a statfe purchaser alleges that hs- WM charge extra the water Buchanan arrives untila vs Kentucky TRACTContains Ballard paid paid from retained vs styled Kentucky 79 79 cute purchase the effect for eoinp 1111 under Commissioners Sal of Land Garrard Circuit Court Anderson Leavell i t Plaintiff Bessie Turner Etc Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its regular March 1910 term in the above styled 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 for said month sell to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky the fol lowing real estate located in Gar rard County Kentucky on the wat ers of Paint Lick Creek and bound ed as follows Beginning 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 to a stake in said Kennedys line thence N 8952 W 32 4 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 89 E 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 TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months one half of the purchase money due in six months from date of and the other one half being due in twelve months from date of sale and the purchaser will be to execute bond with good security to the Master for the purchase money bearing six per cent interest per annum from date of sale until which execution may issue if not paid at maturity and having force and effect of a judgment A lien will be retained upon the land for the payment of the purchase money and interest I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court William Herndon Atty for Plaintiff vs at being ale required Commissioner paidupon V 1 i JCossShoe In my closet are sixpairs cr stiffsole shoes 1111 every pair a torment have had the misery of breaking them in only to lay them aside In the Red Cross Shoe I have supreme comfort This season wear the Red Cross Shoe Get a shoe that is comfortable the moment you put it onIts sole tanned by the special Red Cross Tanning Process is flexible It bends with your foot instantly relieves the burning and smarting caused by stiff soles Dont put it off even a day Come in now and let us fit you MI New York CityWood Oxfords 350 4 High Shoes 45 Bends with your foot Jas W Smith Popular Music just received in stock A fine line of late Vocal and Instrumental MUSICat F G HURT Lancaster A T SCOTT AuctioneerBuena Vista Kentucky 7 Years Experienceand 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Write me for dates Will be every county court day to serve you Phone No 19B Burgin Exchange inLan tster 1v SOB A Car Load of LaPorfe and John Deere 1- r rfirrnr itJl 7rlIi BUGGIESSomet- hingnew in Corn Planters and Drills the John Deere See them before buying The best Corn Planter on earth A few Cutaway Harrows left none so good saves a team and hand each day J R Mount Son Co Hardware Implements Grass Seeds Just received big lot of Screen Doors price 95C to 175 I I I fj II m tf B X01 c Q0 r o JEtI NoW We have just received a large line of Deering Osbourne Cutting Harrows Columbus Wagons 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 to fit any room at to please you Becker Ballard Co Bryantsville Ky II s II I I I IB I I I I I i prices I II i I- e f J Ye1 yjISrt Farmin Implements p Dru gets ii j I 1910 SEASON 1910 Rex Peavine 1796 Lucy Wells 6404 Fee 25 to Insure R S SCUDDER McKinney Ky IE1VINE 4092ithb Coal Poiip GOODS I FOR SALE Cloapj For Cash or Produce Just received a car load of Black Bear Coal Hens 12icts Also a car of KKAWHA SALT just received Highest market price for Poultry Eggs Hides Furs Iron Bones Rubber and Metal Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot A IL b t B Northcotta J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3L Residence Pboae 3 LANCASTER KY Mound City Punts may cost Sc Stoniest atri sore buttC c J S g BUCKEYE Mr and Mrs Houston ol cholaS Tille were guests of Miss Mae Broad dus Sunday Miss Jennie Dickerson and friend Mis Mary Ward have returned to scbool at Richmond aftor a weeks vis to Mrs M try Dbkerson and family Miss Her Hill visited her rister Mis Walker Bradsbaw Saturday aid Sur day Dr G M Hendron was i i Nicholas ville last week Miss Mae Broaddus visited ber sis ter Ms Floyd Curtis at Paint Lick 1 is M itidav Nannie Bfll Long visited her parents Saturday and Suiday M ss Ruth Ray of the E R S N S has been visiting the bomtfolks Mr John P Lontf of Cottonburg has been viiitiotf bis daughter i L Burton Miser Joseph Ray is with his grandmother Mrs Andrew Bogie Mr A C home from Clir Water F a very much improv ed in health The Demon cf TheAir is the germ of LrGrippef that i i brings suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness nerv ouness lack of appetite energy and ambition witi disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Elctii Bitters the s l ndid tonic blood purifier and regulator of Stom ach Liver aud Kidneys Thousands have proved tint they wonderfully strengthen the nerve build up the sytem and rt store health aud good spirit after an attack of Grir If try them Oilv 50c Per fet satisfaction guaranteed by B E McRoberts 1m SHINK Mrs Burdett Sewell is very sick at this writing Miss Osie Snyder was the charming guest of Miss G orgii CrutchGeld SundayMr Chillers of Brvants Tille was tile guest of Miss Beatiice Sanders last Thursday- A T Sanders bought 43 arres of land from J I Hamilton at 75 per acre 3Iry Mary A Sanders and daughter Pearl and grandson Thompson visit ed L L Sanders and family of Crab Orchard part of week Then will bs preaching at Scots Fork next Saturday afternoon at 3 ocl Ick also Sunday mon and Sun day night Mr Alex Letcber died at her home Dear this place after a lingering il1 ness of several months He was laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery SundayJ Hiks and C S Sanders are in Cincinnati this week buying goods Joe Rav of Loyd was the guest of his sister Mrs Lige McMillon Sunday Mr and Mrs Chris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Lynn Cobb were guests at Mrs Mary Preston Sunday Mr and Mrs Lewis Murphy and Mr and Mrs Joe Hicks were visitors of Mr and Mrs Geo Thompson A T Sanders is In Crab Orchard on business this week A Knocker- is a man who cant see good in any perton 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 cleat i ig out process witi Heroine A sure cure for constipation dyspepsia indiges tion sick headache biliousness all liver stoinrch and bowel troubles Sold by B E McRoberts 1m Need of Right Thinking It is only by thinking right and studying the history of other coun tries that we can obtain something like levelheadedness when crises ar Madden BUENA VISTA Mr and Mrs Nichols of Anderson cuutty have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Gate Pryor Chas Scott and family from near Sal visa were tbe guests of Mr and Mrs J W Scott Saturday and Sunday Mrs John Johrson who has been qiif e ill improved Mrs John Poor entertained the fol lowing at dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Ballard of Stanford Tom and Welch Wilds of Nicbolasville Mrs J B Robinson and Virgil Wilds of Mer cer county Mrs Ora Florence remains quite sick attbe home of her parents Mr and Mrs Upton Mr S N Davisis in Mercer county looking for a mercantile location Go Slowly Dont swell up with pride when man tells you you are good Indian That may be his polite way of stating that you are a dead one Between Friends Miss Homeleigh Perhaps you wont believe it but a strange man tried to me once Miss Cutting Really hed have been a strange man if hed tried to kiss you twice W re Than BuHeta ts have often caused less suffer log to soldiers than the eczema L W Harriman Burlington Me got in army and suffered with forty years But Arnica Salve e when all else failed be writes Greatest healer for Sores Ulcers Boils Burns Cats Wounds Bruiser adFiles 25c af B E Robert i is I HIs is at breathed suffer lI list jig Ballards riveArchdeacon ismuch 40 a a kiSs Bull Bu kleps 1 J- j Mrs Well tb curei jS As 11 Might Have Been Maria said the choleric father of TL beautiful daughter Who was that Fool who called on you last night and stayed until midnight I want to know at You shall know in due time said Marie But first I want to know something Was he a young fool he called on me What Or was he a young fool because he thought me attractive enough to talk to me until midnight Why I suppose you think that any young man who comes to this house at all is a young fool but why Now see Is it because there are so many girls who have sensible fathers that any young man who calls on the daughter of an illnatured old curmud geon is a young fool For goodness But I suppose sob 1 ought to didnt call him a fool to his face for coming to see me I know you me but But Maria was talking to space The choleric father had fled to the cyclone Magazine of the Pitts burg Dispatch Willing to Do His Share A little lad from one of the back slums was invited with about 20 to a charity dinner given at the house of a lady of fashionable society Vhen dinner was over the lady asked the little ones to sing or recite in turnAll went well until it came to the guest answered I cant sing ady Come Tommy let me hear you singAfter a moments pause the young guest answered I cant song lady What said the lady you cannot sing Then what can you do Tommy Well said Tommy I aint use ter singing but Ill fight any of the other kids in the Sto WITH THE SAGES The men and women though they be poor ignorant blundering who day by day are quietly setting aside their own pleasure for the sake of some other person taste a sweetness and get in themselves a growth which makes the world a sacred place for Man has not been placed in this world to play and amuse himself He is entrusted with a serious mission and has various duties to perform not to a future generation but to his own and he who fails to labor for the im provement of our own life of today does not deserve Whatever may be a mans rank or situation he ought to be treated with mildness and civility Rough expres sions harsh language to inferiors are not necessary and they may wound but they never Duke of Wellington We make ourselves more Injuries than are offered to us they many times pass for wrongs in our thoughts that were never meant so by the heart of him that speaketh The ap prehension of wrong hurts more than the sharpest part of wrong done Feltham SNAPSHOTS It isnt usually the head of the house who uses up the most hats When it comes to eggnog the egg isnt always what it is cracked up to beDid you ever see a girl go sleigh riding with a young man and come back with cold hands Our idea of a good housewife is one who can stretch a short turkey across three dinners The fact that there are no marriages in heaven is not of course a sign that there are no ministers there About the easiest thing in this world for a rich girl to do is to find a young man who thinks is pretty Probably the suffragettes Idea of the good time to come Is when every curtain lecturer can get her picturt in the News When Sick Women head ache backache pain inside or nervousness or any other resulting from female trouble should and regularly Cardul has been found by thousands of ladies torelieve female weak ness by restoring to health tile weak womanly organs young nce because here 1 sake gurglebe gratefulsobbecausey- ou despise others roomStray themMerriam anotherCarnegie convinceThe he papersDallis suffering from aliment get Cardul uselt boo hcohoo cellarS ndaY nez Take CARDUI Mrs F S Mils Marietta Calif tried Cardui and writes I dont think anyone can recommend medicine more highly than I can Cardul I had a mishap followed by I positively be Mevelwpuld have died had It not been for Cardui When I begantaking it I stand on my feet fog two I was and I now weigh 165 pounds Sold everywhere E45 After take bottles cured iI Try CarduIttwiDh I Inflammation could not tI List of Claims Allowed by the Fiscal Court OF GARRARD COUNTY At l lie regular term of the Garrard County Fiscal Court began and held in the Court House in the City of Lan caster Garrard County Ky on the 5th day of October 1909 the following proceedings were nad Present Hon A D Ford Judge J H Dnnn WSWalker J P Bourne Justices Forest Stapp J Atchison Dr J T Acct pauper practic 17 00 Adams Jack acct doctoring mule levy 10 5 00 Allen George hauling on road o9 J 50 Arnold C A Sheriff Acct 113 10 Aldridg G B 6 days hauling on road 00 Burdett Robert Acct levy 09 2 00 Bradley Gilbert Co Acct Treasury 8 85 Broaddu Wm fl days hauling on road Levy 1910 00 Baker Tom same 9 00 Baker Nat 1 day same 1 0 Beazley t Haselden 5 insurance on bridges Tr 150 00 Brown R S pauper Acct Levy 1909 21 22 Conn BrosAcct for Roofing 96 40 Conn Bros Acct 23 00 Champ W F 10 CO Dickerson Bros Acct Levy 1909 15 Dunn J H holding inquest Levy 1909 6 00 Onun John Will 4 days hauling on road 6 CO Dunn Will same same Levy 10 Furr W H 199 9 0 Foley Dennis 2 days hauling on road 10 Levy 300 Foley P E same 75 Ford A D Acct holding court Tr 22 00 Goins Wm Acct work on Poor House 1 4000 Goins Mark 6 days hauling on road Levy 1910 900 Gray Price 3 days hauling on road 5 25 Gaiues C Insurance premium on Bridges Treas 3750 Goines same 37 50 Gastineau Robert 1 day hauling on road levy 1910 Gill simpson pauper Acct 5 55 Hughes Jas E Acct Jury book Treas 850 Hamilton J W Acct Express 40 Hudson Bauks Acct 37 Hall Joe 3J hauling on road Levy 10 5 15 Hawley Fannie 3 days same 4 50 Hudson Wherit Ins prem City Prison tr 6 00 Same same 6 Oil Same same Court House 27 50 Same same 33 00 Same same 27 CO Same same 27 50 Same same 27 50 Same same Bridge Treas 15 00 Same same 37 50 Same same Same same 55 00 H Kkd J T 6 days hauling on road10 levy 9 CO- H u ne James 1 day same ISO liaselden Bros Aoct 1909 Levy Ii aKiuj Ed J day hauling on road 71 Johnson James G days same 9 00 Same 3 days same 1910 4 50 Johnson Ed 3 days same 4 50 Jennings 4 days same 600 James Willis 4 days lame Kuhlmau Hinrs Treas 32 30 D Pauper acct 15 00 W K 4 days hauling on road 1910 Levy 600 Morrow E W Acct attending town cloek Treas 2500 Montgomery Otto Acct Treas 2 C- OMerriinau W G 6 days hauling on road 1910 Levy 9 00 Mason W B Expense to Frankfort Treas 8 00 Same Accout defending 3 lunatics 15 00 Mount J R Co Acct Treas I39 CO McQuerry Buck 5 days hauling on road 1 750 Mullins Thornton 4J days hauling on rd 6 75 Pointer Will 5 same 8 25 Pointer Arch 5 days same 8 25 Parker Birdie 3 days same 4 50 Pauly Building Co Treas 1000 0 Ross Dave Jailer Acct Treas 304 Robinson J C Acct Tress 8 00 Rigney W 0 Paupers coffin 51 00 Robinson A C 6 days hauling on road Levy 1910 Ramsey Charlie 5 days same 7 50 Ross days same 1909 600 Ray Tom 2 days same Simpson Henry holding inquest D W Armtsrong 825 Some same Frank Arnold 7 50 Same some Ceo Caldwell 8 75 Shephard Bros 700 ft lumber Treas 12 25 Same 1650 same 28 87 Same 380 same 7 60 Shephard J J 6 days hauling on road 1909 Levy 900 SiHtou John same 1910 9 00 Swinebroad G B Premium on Insurance Court House Treas Sanders Mary A 6 days g on road KUOLevy 900 Sweeney J W Livery Acct 1009 35 00 Stapp Forest 1 day sitting in court 3 00 Tiusley H J Acct Surveying Treas 5 00 Same same 15 00 Turner Jim 4 days hauling on road 1910 Levy 6 QO Todd C H 6 days same 9 00 Turner Willis day same 75 Walker C premium Treas 10 00 Walker L L Acct expense to Frankfort 8 00 It is ordered that the foregoing claims be paid as e tbe names A true copy Att J W Hamilton Clerk Boune J P11 days Comt work Treas 83 00 Bastin Tel Co Acct Treas 22 25 Becker Ballard Co Pauper Acct Tress 2 50 Bradley Gilbert Co 37 15 Dust Hetchen Acct Treas 3 60 lickersoiiBros Pauper Acct 10 Dunn Bowling same 12 00 Doty J A Clerk Acct Trees 5385 Bourne J P 5 days sluing in court Treas 15 00 Dunn J H 11 daysccmt work 3300 Same 5 days sitting in court Hughes F S 5325 Hood Jim Acct work on Jail 1 50 Logan II T Pauper Acct Treas 29 Mason WB Mount J R t Co Acct 24 00 Humphrey J W Acct Levy 1909 3 50 Powell C D pauper Acct Tieas 19 00 Swinebroad G B Ins Premium Treas 30 00 Simpson Henry Acct Inquest Geb Smith 8 25 Alex Acct service toDec 31 Treas 101 75 Walker W 8 11 days Comt work Treas 33 00 Same 5 days sitting in court Treas The United States 011 Co Acct Treas 5 59 Farria WmAcct cleaning cess pool Treas 25 OB J P Bourne moneyadyauced on digging pool Tress i 10 00 W B Mason Acct defending lunatic Treas 5 00 Hudson t VVlierrltJns Prem on Jail Treas 30 00 H Shnman Co Acct for tent Treas 17 10 JW Pointer jusct for putting up Election booths Treas 500 JE Ballard 500 Standard Oil Co Acct i 21 89 0 Rigney Acct burying pauper Treas 10 00- R E McRoberts Acct Treas 82 30 Gill t Simpson V 8 05 I W Smith Acct Treas S25 C A Arnold Acct treas 70 Same Electlonconrt Treas 10 00 James Clark same 10 QO RHBatson r J A Dot Clerk same 3865- J H Dunn 4 days 1 day in court Tress ir V 15 JO i 0 0 1 1 day I D premiums cctpauper coOns I lay 1 50 Eager John 1 fiO pauperacct farm Trees E E C coalEtc SiB das 50 w 49 Milton 6 00 Act Lee II Leavell Levy 19JO Oil gOO R L4 3 00 82 St i Ins set AcctTreas Co 15 AcctTreas i Walker 15 V same I I 5 f iso 22 Jot haul i 3lfg 01 4 Same Acct Tress Com t 1 day Comt 2 lays in court Tress 900 J P Bourne 4 days Comt 2 days in court Treas 1800 Dave Ross Acct dieting prisoners 220 05 Henry Tevis Acct work in Countv 1590 Ford 4 days holding Court 8 00 List of claims allowed by the Gar rard County Fiscal Court at the April Term 1910 Anderson Ephriam 4 days work on road Levy 1910 6 00 Anderson 6 posts for bridge 6 00 Anderson J E days work on road Levy 1910 050 Agee FarrIs 1 dav same 1 50 Allen G B 2 days same 3 00 Anderson John 2 days same Adams C M 1 day same 1 50 Alleu G B Acct expense to Frankfort 8 00 Amon J A Acct 12 00 Anderson Jim 6 days woric on road 9 00 Adams Jack Jailor Acct 10840 Ballard SIrs E H 6 days hauling on road 900 Bourne S J 2 days viewing road Dinner Leslie 1 day road J 50 Bland Jerry same 2 25 Baker Eddie same t 5 25 Baker Sam 1 day same I r0 Brown Ed 2 d ys 3 75 Buird A L 2 days ssme 3 00 Brown Acct for paupers 15 00 Baird S L days hauling on road levy 01 9 CO Bryant Walker doys same 300 Ballard Clarence 1 day same 1 50 Bourne Cleve 1 thy Fame 1 50 Bradley Gilbert Co Acct 90- Ballou II M Acct 145 Bryant Geo 1 day hauling on road lew 1 50 Baker Hood 1 day Fame 1 50 Ballard GT Sheriff Acct 174 Broadus T L 2 days hauling on road levy 3 00 Broad us W M 6 days same 9 00 Calico Bros 4 days same 000- Cunire Bill 1J4 days same Carter George 5 days same u Campbell Joe 1 day same 1 50 Clark John 1 day same Crawford Jim 4 days same Gates Raymond 6 days same 9 to Conner Gro4 days same 67T Collett Mett 6 days same 900 Collett D D 6 days 9 00- Chenanlt TDOdnys same 900- Chcuault J Tom 4 days same 6 C- OCheuault J V 4 days same 6 M Carter J D Acet for lumber S 51 Courier Journal Job printing Co Acct 4 50 Dtrich Charles 3 days hauling on road Levy 1910 450 Davis S P 1 same 1 50 Davis Em 2 same 3 00 same Davis John 2 same 3 00 Deshon Pascal 3 same 4 50 East lau 9 locust poles 450 nails 35c levy 4 85 Evau V S 1 day hauling on road 1 50 Eluin G W 4 same 6 75 Edwards Jack it same 4 50 Estridge same I 50 Furr W H Acct for dynamite and fuse 80 Same 6 days hauling on road Same Acct goods 1 30 Slime same 80 Same same 7 Same 6 days hauling on road 9 0 Same acct for books 117- Farra J M Coroners iuquest on Dunlap 10 25 Same same Mitchell 9 00 Same same Turner 9 00 Same same McCowan 9 00 Furr V II Dynamite 20 Faulkner Iday hauling on road 1 50 Fancy J W putting up booths 300 Galley Herbert 1 day hauling on road 1 50- Gilisple Salem 3 same 5 25- Goins Bill guarding and boarding lunatic 5 60 Gastinean Lee 6 days hauling on road 10 9 00 Green Clarence same 1 0 Hudson Wherritt Prem policy 1320- Hnmrnous J E 2 days hauling on road 375- Hurt same 7 50 Hurt Jcsh 2 4 3 75 Hume Jim 4 fame 6 75 Hardiu same 8 25 Henderson Wm 3J same 5 25 Henderson Albert 2 seine 3 0 P ActS 18 00 Henderson Sam rt days hauling on roud Levy 1910 00 Hurt Will 5 12 same 8 25 same Halcomb S W 1 same 1 50 House Taylor same S 00 Halcomb J T 4 same U CO Hoskins Ed 6 same 9 CO Hosklns W C 6 sama 9 00 Hoskins W U 300 ft lumber at 140 4 20 Hicks Tom 4H days hauling on road 6 75 Hughes Aduer 5 same 7 50 Hall Sam i same 5 5 Herring Bright same son J S 4 same U 00 Jackson Tom 6 same 9 00 Jennings Stilt 3 same 4 20 Johnson Lem 6 same Johnson Ollie 6 same 9 00 Jones James repairs Co Atty office 5 00 Joseph Mercantile Co Accc Levy 51 65 Knight Hugh 3 days hauling on road Levy 1910 525 Kinnaird John 1 same 1 50 Long Frank same 75 Lawson W L 2 days viewing road 2 00 Line Will 9 same 9 00 Land Frank 2 same 3 00 Lane Ollie 1 same 1 50 Ledford Speed 3 same 4 60 Lexington Paper Co Acct 375 Lawson Mose 3 12 days hauling on road Levy 1910 3 7ft Same 6 same 9 00 Leavell Tom 1 same 1 50 Lawsou Will 4 same 6 pu Milton Tom 1 same 1 5o Montgomery Dave 2 12 seine 35 Mitchell CeO 6 same 9 00 Masters Will 1 same 1 5o Miller Joseph 6 same 9 oo SillIer Wm 2 same 3 oo Montgomery Henry 6 same 9 to Montgomery Marion 4 same 6 oo- MIllikinVG Acct 8 2o Murphy Satin 2 days road levy 3 oo Miller Goo 3 same 4 5o Miller John D 3 same 4 5o Miller JH 112 same 225 McQuerry DM4 same 6 op McQnerry Arthur 4 same 6 oo Mount J It Co Acct 2o7 95 NaylorJ PI day road 1 f o XucklesWra Acct lumber 375 Oweus Alfred 3 days hauling on road Levy 191o 4 So Owens Alfred 1 same 1 5o Preston Wm 2 same 3 oo Peudletou H 6 same 9 oo PoorRM2 same 800 Pruitt N 3 same 4 5o Perkins Sam Acct 125 Ponder Albert 5 days hauling on road 7 oo Ponder Justice 4 same 6 oo Ponder J J 2 same 3 op Preston R II 2 same 3 oo Parson tt L 1 same 1 Patterson freight Tr Pnmphrey J W AcctTr 2 lo Ray Sim 4 days hauling on road Levy lo Goo Rogers Monk 12 same 75 Ruble G H 5 same 7 So Ross Jas 4 same 600 for stenographic notes Conn Levy 1910 lopo Same same Mason 5 oo Rigney W O Acct coffins panpersJr 18 oo Robinson C A 3 days hauling on road Levy 19lo 4 5o Speaks same 7 Co same 7j O same 9 60 Sloan Bob 1 1 Go same 375 Shepherd Less 1 same 1 Go lSo j SimpsouDoclt 3 ifVaaK 4 ScottArthur a t same Soo Bebasilaa Lesla 3 825 45o 8tormea JU Accstt 59 33 4 W S I I Attorneys A D Dewe 4 a 00 Levy 110 2 00 hauling on 1 same R S U i Ta- 225 1 50 6 00 2 same Doolin W T G II 00 EEl 9 00 nailsetc Esp n ou Ins seam 5 2 Hicks i liolcomb SW 2 00 1 50 9 00 uuuhauling on on m G Me Rankle CE vs Fry u JT 5 Segar 6 Slime same Co- D Jj Wa ker otlice Tress 34 SaleS 9 51 C hauling SiS Simpson Jlm 5 I Chits 1 I Sherrow Islab 21 2 SmIth B D 1 Sanders A 1 J shino sanl t c Thompson G W 12 days hauling on road 25 Todd Jim 2 tags hauling on road LcUy 10 3 00 ThompSQii G W 1 1 5o- Tnnker3le Johu C same 00 Tankersley Semi same 6 oo Turner Jas 5 same 7 5o Tussey Perry same 1 5o- ViiuwiiiklcJ L3 seine Co Acct v lo 74 Ward w II Acct 70 E Whitaker Uill 2 days hauling on roud 00 Wood Pres 2 same S oo Ward Milton 1 seine i 5o Walker Wm 12 same 75 p Wells W P 2 eninu X 00 Wells ieo same 4 oo t- Uontinued rn naxt issue P Misses Ldin3Iie and NtH Ray wf re guests of M ses Ethel and Lydia Simp son Sunday Mss A icuSnydcr visited home folks s Sunday Miss Docii VIetcalf of Paint Lick is expected week to visit her cousin Mss A Metcnlf f Maud Mrs Henry Itay visited the parents recently Mrs J Wilkur and danybrer Emma are visiriim Ms Kirby Teater Tealer visited Augusta 0- Metcalf Sunday Mrs Henry Kblhmati of Lowell is visiting Mr and Mrs J P Naylor I fj II 1 Vliitted E S I I Joyll I i I i this i lat ters I Miss Leila S semI 4 5 WOOl Highest I e Market i Price col1 I j I I I ECURS iI i I j50o I fj AND RETURfJ I WRGOTT l rrVT t- ii i i- rk2t 2 SUNDAY April 24th Lv Iiindiea Cifr 555 A M ASK TICKET AGENT FOP PAB71CULAH Fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden One Million Strawberry Plants No Agents Free Catalogues H P Hillenmeyec Son Lexington Ky Cream Vermifug iSPECUAL TRA r I I HITJES I i THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CEWANC Or IMITATIONS f THE GENUINE PREPARED OKLY BY BallardSnow Liniment Co e z ouxe MO McRoterts Drug Store W L DOUGLAS 3003350 4oo t j I 500 SHOESBest UNION MADE I Boys I Shoes I 200 and 25O I Fat Color Eyelets Used W L Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes If you have been paying high prices for your the next time you need apair give W L Douglas shoes trial You can save money OB your footwear and get shoes that are just as good ia every way as those that have keen costing you higher prices If you could visit our large factories at Brockton Mass and see for yourself how carefally WL Douglas shoes are mite would then understand why they held their shape fit better and wear longer than other makes W L Douglas name and Is J aped on the bottom to the wearer against and inferior shoes Take IW Subntl i tote If W L Douglas shoes are not for sale in your rtctolty write Order Catalogs WLDoa J W SJIITH shoes you I I J IIAIZJIY Ai 1 tJ c e S- i5l THE arrard Bank Trust Co JNfOBPORVTE Capital Stock 5000000 R E McRobcris Pres Batiks Hudson Vice Pres R I Bart nV ce Pres J V Etiuore Cashier D A Thomas Ast Cashier- R Elkin Comparative statement of its growth Individual Deposits January i 1907 i653474 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 1 909 1 1645236 Jan 1 1910 13564758 T a m I L BookKeeper r THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 520000 A R DEXXY hesident J E Vice Prest- S C DENNY Cashier J F Kobmson Asst Cashr- R T Emory DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Storme S C Denny J Williams STORm S Bookkeeper Sam L Gill W I 5 Lr err 1 i 0 h471 e S Jb t 1 4cpr JT-ALss ARE FIRE PROOF THEY will not burn Will not split or curt like wood shingles not crack and roll off like slate Will not rip at the seams like plain tin Neither will they rattle during wind storms They never need repairs and latas as the building And last v of all they make the hardsoniest roof and are not expensive Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa hi h long PEERLESS ELASTIC STEMS BARB SOLD GNLY EJ SO ROD SPOCLS This barb is made from very hard wire it is heavily coiled so that it is springy and elastic and will not sag down stretch cutcf before it has been on the a year Barbs are short and will not slip on the wire They all stand in one direction This much superior to fashioned double strand barb and costs less mile Use Peerless barb over Peerless will have a combination that will give you complete satisfaction dealer can get Peerless for and barbs fence and Your you SJI1E products PEERLESS VilE FENCE CO Ltd ADRIAN1t11ctigaz For sale by Conn Bros Lancaster Ky n aW J J WASBU PresidenttJ fci JS JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS RATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000- B F HUDSON Cashier W O RiQNEy Asst Pashr C D WAIILEK Bookkeeper 1 J WALKER JR Asst BwkKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Johnson T M Arnold Alex Gibhs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold WHY NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW iillliy HASELOHI Office National Rink ofLancaster iKen you I I1 J S B F fhdson J J Walker I I r Phone 3r I I want GENTRHl1 I II see- The EGpRD MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS ARCOU QIois Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality and Jack Cards I I r n J t rkr a r I L r 1r WE SELL BUTTRICK 1 1r j PATTERNS t I I 11 Spring 1910 Gossip About People x v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Gongs by Those Wz Are In James A Royston was in Stanford the first of the week M Geo W Crenshaw of George town is vii ing Louis Tinder Miss Helen M lys Gulley is visiiin Geo Walker Lawson this week Mrs Dyke of this county is Mrs June Hunter uf Perry ville- Drc Patrick and Carmon of Paint Lick were visitors here Sunday Mrs Chas Davis is here visiting he parents Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph Mrs Alexander Kennedy day for a visit to Lexington friends Miss Fannie Tinder is recuperating after a seige with grip and tonsilitis Miss Lucy Francis of Paint Lick is visiting her sister Mrs F S Hughes Misses Elsie and Mary Doty were visitors in Danville on Monday Mss Sophronia Fox left Monday enter the Normal school at Richmond Mesdames W T West and J A Amon are visiting in Fayettes capi Mrs Cyrus Dailey of Mrksburywas witt Miss Anderson Adams was the guest Sunday of Miss El za Rucker of Paint LickRev of Stanford was with Rev C C Brown and Mrs Brown this weekMike Donehey has gone to Richmond for the seasons play with the base team J Y Robinson is at home from lumbus Georgit after spending the winter Miss Ethel Hilton left Wednesday to enter the Normal school at Rich mond Mrf G A Swinebroad leaves next week for a short stay at Crab Orchaid SpringsMessrs Harry Anderson and Joe Burnside were vLilors in Richmond Monday Dickersou of New Port was with Mr F P Frisbie for days Mesdames Fannie Farra and S C visiting Dauville rela byes Friday Mrs A U Rice of Richmond is visiting her mother Mrs H A B Marksbury Miss Grace Helen Patterson has re turned to the Berea College after a visit to her father Miss AbU Taylor of Washington D C is visiting Mesdames Mary Tay for and C C Brown Miss Amanda Anderson has been a recent visitor of Mr and Mrs Jack Beazlev of Stanford Misses Bessie Brown and Nannie B Herring were visitors in Stanford last Friday and Saturday Miss Lucy Francis is at home again from a stay with Mr aud Mrs George Ballew of Richmond J visiting J i Ii f left Marrow cl tit her iter Saturday Miss taHie Yand ill 1 I Lis Dennywere Indiana a t Z 1f f- j g Thurs 4 tot I 1 r i M i ball- Y r Coy fir friend several TI t tI t We Want to Sell You r 1L JB S IS E S OS ITT J R Harris of Stanford came Tuesday to help us out on the paper Mrs Herbert Price and little Vesta Cary of Danville are visit ting Mr D M Lackey Miss Scottie Petty has returned from a visit of several weeks to sisters in Decatur llinois Mrs Edward Walker is at home again after a visit to her mother Mrs Annie Ramey of Eminence Miss Mary Arnold and guest Mrs Andrew Tanner of Kansas City were in Boyles capital this week Misses Emma and Bessie ol McCreary have been recent guests ol of their sister Mrs Dave Sanders Mrs Maria Kirby is at home after a vi it uf several weeks with her broth ers Messrs W J and A M Kinnaiid Mrs Alex West is with her husband who is in Nicholasville many friends are glad to bear of his recovery Mr John Marrs of Richmond bas been visit ijg his sisters Mesdames Kinnaird und Swioebroad and Tomlin Miss Nannie Betts an expeiienced trained nurse of Lexington is with Ector Lawson who is i 1 of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs W K Shugars and son W K Jr of Stanford were guest Sunday of Judge William familyMrs John Nevius and little son have returned to their home at Lebanon Junction after a visit to Mrs R II Batson Mrs Sallie Maret and daughter Miss Wadie Lee Maret are expected home next week from a winters stay FloridaMiss Lee Hubble a student at Hamilton College Lexington is with her parents Senator and Mrs R L Hubble Messrs John and Robert Walker of Montana have been recent guests of their parents Mr and Mrs W S Wal ker of Paint Lick Mis E D Potts of Lexington a distinguished and gifted writer came Tuesday for a visit to Mesdames H C Jemings and W I Williams Mrs W D Walker attended the burial of Mrs in Carlisle list Saturday Mrs Scudder is a motherinlaw of W H Harris Eld B Fullay of Caldwell Idaho was entertained by Mr and Mrs W I Williams Friday evening and made quite an Interesting talk at the Cdris church Miss Mary Kate Singleton a popular clerk at Miss Rella Arnolds mil linery establishment fell against one f the show cases in the store and cut arm quite painfully J Price was hostess Satur day at her handsome home to a few friends at a 6 oclock dinner The re past was served in courses and Mrs Prices true Kentucky hospitality was never more evident than upon this oc Card of Thanks We tike this method of thanking friends and for their kindness shovfn death of our We will their kind ness which we cute more than can express Win Simpson and Family I over I I I her Layton son I Lou Scudder tian young her I Mrs T casion I our ei bars u in the son nev r urget ap we daughter His Shugars and School Notes The reports of the third quarter o this school year show the following pupils to have made an average o ninety per cent and over and they are therefore entitled to a place on the Roll of Honor Primer grade Eugene Cochran Porter Scott Hudson Robert Hagan Minnie Jennings Eugenia Moss Bet tie Respess Ezra Pollard Isabella Terrill Russell Sanford Christine Brown Stella Brown First grade Mary Brown Neal El more Lilliiu Estis Thelma Hamilton Stella Henry Sue Fisher Respess Mitchell Tinder Martha Ward Sween ey Tommy Walker Bradford Will iams Josephine Minnie Conn Second grade Clayton Morrow Anna Briton Moss Margaret Cook Carrie Belle Romans Mary Adams Vivian Prayther Bowman Grant Earl Jennings Coleman Arnold Jos Ballou Pearl Dickerson William Kinnaird Pearl Oaks Bernice Champ Hudson Fiisbie Third grade Gladys Mary Lee Lear James Mildred Beaz ley Christine Sanders Marshall Sar gent Elmer Boyle Robinson Cook Val Cook Wilma Henry Fourth grade Charlie etta Spoonamore Alice Rigney Nellie Cox Sallie Cox Mary Wood Annie Powell Will Rice Amon Woodruff Williams Georgia Muss Fifth grade Bert Embry Dalton Rich Sixth grade Ora Prayther Mae Powell Mamie Storms Dunn Florence Johnson Grace Mae Cochrad Carrie Reid Janie Terrill Palmer Johnson Annie Belle Ballard Seventh grede Stella Sanders Elma Singleton Eord Jen nie Cox Bessie Cox John Wood Gow en Bouane James Woods Helen Rob insonEighth grade Mary Clay Williams Lucian Grant Elizabeth Collier Ma mie Calico Bernia Lear Nary John son Mary Holtzclaw Carl Acton Hel en Young Emma Walker Marie Bal lardNinth grade Kate Holtzclaw Mat tie Adams Frank Tinder Tenth grade Charlie Dunn The number of Honor Roll students for this quarter is considerably larger than the number for the last quarter The class work has been generally quite good D W Bridges The Call Of The Blood purification finds voice in boils sallow complexion a jaun look moth patches and n the skin all signs of liver trouble Dr Kings New Life make red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try 25c at R E McRoberts 1m Adopted Garrard Lodge No 29 K of P Resolved that whereas Brother Wood has been from his artbly labors o that Lodge we desire KO testify to his high Character as a a member of order and to profound sympathy for his mmip and friends in great loss JIt is ordered spread on the records of this lodge a copy furnished his family and be published in the Central Record Lewis L Walker J JosephCommittee I Burnside Frisbie Slier Elmore Vau Elizabeth fur But rich Resolution I r Garrett ca ed rand above ci zen a d this xpr sour their ese resolutions- be and J Francis pimples diced blotches Pills them that that same f f MT HEBRON Most every one in this locality are through plowing and some corn being planted Mr Lowry Speaks sold to Mr Chas Dean a pair of work mules price 400 Mr Speaks also bouglit of Mr Joe Turner a mare and colt for 2oO Mrs Geo McQuerry and little son Charlie of Jessamine spent Thursday with Mrs H L Tompson Mr and Mrs A L Dean were with relatives in Jessamine last Thursday Mrs Georgia Gammons and little daughter who have been with her mother Mrs G A Bruce the past week returned to her home in Mercer county Saturday Mr M L Montgomery and Misses May and Bettie Scott attended a party given by Miss Gertrude McQuerry at her home in Jessamine Saturday nightMessrs J B and Harrison Dean were in Lexington Saturday Mr J R Duncan bought of Henry Tomlinson a horse for 100 Mrs A S Dean is with her sister Mrs Sallie Jennings in Lexington 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 warms and most babies do unless they are kept free from them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Acts yet mildly is its own purgative Mothers dont attempt to raise children without Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by R E McRoberts 1m JUDSON Mr Newton Grow is on the sick list Mrs Bennie Metcalf who has been quite ill is able to be out again Mr Joe Ray sold a mare to Mr Wag es for 12750 and also bought one from his father for 150 Mrs Tine Huffman ii with her sister Mrs Newton Grow Mr JimSnyder and wife visited his mother Mrs Mary Snyder Friday and SaturdayMrs Sanders is at home after a visit to her daughter Mrs Leslie ber of Danville Misses Lida and Nellie Ray were the charming guest of Misses Ethel and Lida Simpson Sunday Mr Joe Ray visited his uncle Mr Willie Ray of Madison Saturday and SundayMiss Bulah Davis has returned to her home at Crab Orchard after sev eral weeks stay with friends and rela tives at this place Mrs Julia Walker and handsome daugnter Emma of Lancaster visit ed ber daughter Mrs Kirby Teater from Friday until Sunday Mammoth King No 1894 My great Tennessee Jack A black jack with white points full 16 hands under standard foaled May 281905 weighing over 1000 pounds in moderate flesh He will not go to Lin coin county as reported but will make the 1910 season at my barn 2 miles from Paint Lick and onefourth mile from Manse on the Richmond and Lan caster turnpike at 1000 for mares and for jennets to insure living colts Mammoth Kings measurements are 34i inches from tip of nose to top of head inches from tip to tip 121 inches from tip of nose to root of tall 68 inch girth 22i inch forearm 18 inch knee 10 inch below knee at smallest place 19 inch bock 16 inch around hoof at Will also stand a five regis tered saddle stallion 15i high will furnish breeding and particulars later Care to prevent accidents but not responsible should any Money due when mare or jennets trad ed or parted with or bred to other stock Grass at 200 per month for mares prjenuets from a dis tance Phone in residence Burdett Ramsey I I Is I I I I quici ly r HarI 20 3414 gaited if W hair hands taken occur furnished F Candy 3Mtf R Zimmer Fresh at Ztmmers 34tf Phone 199 for unybing in thegrocery 24tf Fishing at pond 50c each We handle the moufe Red Cross brand of flour Lee 24tf The best corn planter on the market fully guaranteed W JRomans Highest market pi ice paid for produce Turner 24tf Curreys to buy evaporated fruits v 38tf to sell your but ter rnd eggs 38tf Curreys the tobuy your Olive Oil Olives etc 318tf Curreys the plkceto buy can peach es apricots pears etc 38tf Special Harness etc for next tf 7 Conn Bros Cutting Harrows Planters Cultivators at special prices Conn Bros j tf Pure white eggs for sale at 50c per set iny of 1 f Mrs B Sutton 426 ti A arksbury Ky Get our prices save you Conn Bros v i Largest stock of Buggies Surries and phaetons Dout buy until you ML my prices W J Romans If it is a row you want The Baptist have a flower sale at store beginning the 9th continuing for two three weeks 42tf I am prepared to name The is invited to and line of slippers which is in every respect sold on a R L Hagin 4152t S C Rhode Island 1st at Frankfort and Green 250 150 and 100 per 15 stock SOcts per for 100 V S A Hill Lancaster Ky R F D No 3 Phone 39tG 3188t For Sale Three building lot east side of Stanford street of Mrs Hlg inbotbam 01 address- G B Danville Ky As B M West attorney W 1 Williams 42 4t POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn Ing to all persons not to trespassupon our lands for any purpose we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of thelaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Farra Squire R Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price EF Herring W A Price 8 L Rich Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney ZT Rice Jas Sutton Mrs West Mrs E E Daniels Anderson Arnold Gf Anderson H C L H Brown G Y Conn r Wi Conn J G Conn Pilgrim age Tobaeo Co FIND IT IN COLUMN Just opened Lowne t j 4153t pd country the p PI C d R 1 rs i vvn itt 5 Winmoney on tt ever n I Lancaster 4 82t publi co ially ins y co pl e guar ee eds exclusively- won Lou vii Bowling E gs Ra 15 300 i fro t App Robin n Ex tor Or whatever- as J noM WS Embry Jj B li C W JG r t YOU LU TOTS f s t of Lowneys andy line Lee Sc Tu r ono 1 unner Lee St th ace Curreys Pickle a d tens Corn EtcJ ho cu tin a I have at co antis ay it- ST Romans Flow Sale Ai Society will Pow lis ar furnish plates for your g c gy rug or anything you w to m k Sam J nings at R ans Shop call ect 0 3s Rebecca Hampton Clark J 4 V r WE SELL BUTTRICKPATTERNS P Spring 1910 Xhe outlook for the Spring trade is very promising We are after our share and have purchased in large quantities at rock bot tom prices which enables us to give our customers the benefit Remember we keep Goods Shoes Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks Etc What ever you are needing in Ladies Wearing Apparel we can supply you We continue to believe in honest values at low prices May we expect you this season il le vest I II II I I I J I I Dry 1 IL The Joseph Mercantile Company QW is the time to prepare to RE PAINT your house ilk every thing necessary and the very best that can be bought Come to us for your Paint and Varnish Frisbies Drug Store W6have jii c r- K e I FROM I THE Flour Mill F DIRECT F to 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 I Iac- count I 1IJ 1 I i tWlJWWWLmWU1J1J1 MUVUWWUUJ1IMflMxI Indestructible The clear full brilliant tone of Columbia Indestruc tible Cylinder Records is the best reason for theirgrow ing popularityBut thing to know they cant break mo matter how careless you may be and that they will never wear out no matter how many times you play then 35 cents Call for a catalog A splendid repertoire to choose from and we are adding to it right along F G flurt Lancaster Having installed a new and uptodate ELECTRIC MOTOR PLANING MILL with latest improved machinery we are prepared to furnish you at reasonable prices any kind of Fancy Planing Mill Work Door and Window Screens Etc Also Rough and Dressed Lumber Laths Cement Estimates furnished on bills promptly THI CRISCINT LUMBER CO Incorporated Danville Phone 600 DANVIIXE KY wan 9 C J en you c c sea The 1RECO1D MANUFACTURING ENGRAVEs 1 QIIPrices Quite itS Consisteat widaQuIi9 J Iaslleleasfxiaile SILVER WOOD 1 r i s Fri Son of Far Wood IC7 6 record 2 7 brother to Nor Wood 212l2 sire of Lady Constautine S12 Forlst 2ljS and eight others Fir W Hid 2271 Nut Wood CO record 2IS of Manager 2CGf Lock Heart 2 Si Addle D i and 105 other Nut W rod 600 record 2181 Son of Belmont C Hiver Wod 1st dam Princes by Vatican KtJ4 113T8 he by Belmont Cl Vatican dam 10 Far Wood IGTlHi record 227J 1st dam Nora Wilkes dam of No Wood 21 4 Nora Wood Srlliji- X Nora Wilkes By Geo Wilkes olt 2 2 Nut Wood GOO record 2181- Is dam Win Hisscll dam of Maud S 20Jf Uj Eon ire JInn ldolliun e k L of t lug I i i i REX ARBUCKLE 1467 Great Combined Stallion YM make the season of 1010 at J N Denny farm 4 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike at 20 tor a Living Foal DEININV BROTHERS Lancaster Old Fashion Corn Meal is made on genuine French Burs from Sound Clean Corn The life of the Meal is not burnt put in the grind and is guaranteed to give satisfaction Creamery Butter made from pure cream by modern methods and is the best that money can buy If your grocer does not handle Creamer Butter or Old Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give you the name of one who does We also sell Coal and Brick and will patronage Henley V Bastin at the Creamery COOOOCIOOO OOCiOCOO I IX X i i I OCMOOOOO OOOOO 1 flrs r SS17Sfz StIS JtS S S SJtS S St s Jf2 I II I I lug J i is is i is1 i s f i J J lOA AAJIA AAAJsayJ1J II tiI oW If r Si 1 1 appreciate rs your LZ lieS b1 hy i1 MY1 r31rrJYrlSfrSfr1 r lr 4tr r b Farm and Stock Will Denny bought a horse in Stan ford last Monday for 827p A 3o Jersey cow for sale Price only SSO Will give 300 Ibs of milk a week B E Henry T O Hill of Buckeye bought 2 seven hundred pound good cattle a Stanford Monday at Gc Yel iw pine lumber 3x4xlGrt and xCx20f acd 24 ft J M Farra Mgr Lawson Brown bought of W S Pony and R S Be zley of Lexington a car load of fat shipping bogs at lOjc V A Lear bought from Gentry Bro at Danville a car load or fat shipping hogs weighing 250 pounds for which he paid lOc The Jarmers in Warren county Ky who are members of the A S of E have decided to pool their crop of wool and sell as a whole Their pool last year was satisfactory and it is thought a better can be had in tl is way A good method to pursue in feeding dairy cows Is to rive them a I the roughage they will eat without any Give one pound of grain for each pound of t per weak or one pound of grain dhiy for every three pounds of milk The cows should be fed all they will consume without gal i ig i i weight Feed each animal according to her requirements An experiment conducted at the Missouri station last year with lambs up until they were tixteen weeks old showed that they ate from 15 to 34 of a pound of grain reF according to their age and that it required besides the milk which tbeir mothers gave from pounds of grain for a pound of gain Insurance on Flute Horse Mat Cohen has insured for 3000 each the show saddle horses Edna ICte Princess Soi ii and Napolea These first two need no introduction to horse show fo 1iwers and Mr Cohen proposes to introduce the latter in high society this season dna Mae aad Princess Sonia For Sale 2 price I f II S leaving but day tot are- S 0 Silver Wood should make one of the greatest stock horses in Kentucky 1st because he 13 backed ui by sire and dam of the best blood that can be found All good horses run buck to these families of horses 2nd because he is one of the grandest looking 5 year old horses I ever saw He is lojf hands high bone fine style and finish black and white feet and silver tail He good broke to harness had no work for speed but he can show a 240 j gait any time with all around high trueactiou Each day the market more clearly for true high anti balanced action clear trot and beauty and Silver Wood bus them all cud I cant see why he should not make Kentucky famous by his get Silver Wood will be kept riuiiiig the season of 1910 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted to erve W good at the very low price of J120 to insure a living cult Iam prepared to care for stock from A dis taiice at reasonable price but no responsibility assured for accidents or escapes of stock com milled to in v care I calls mor I I I I good is just area i boh the property of Mrs R T Lown des of West Nirgi i i and are both in the stibb of Mr Cohen who Will show them again this season as he has for the past t vo or three years Ifap lea is the property of Mr and is a handsome chestnut gelding He was shown some last year and tlough very green won second money at the Iventuckys State Fair in leis class as we 1 as be ing a good win ter at a number of smaller lairs Kentuckys ChI ice a stallion in which Mr Cohen is financially inter ested is also insured 5000 He will arrive in Lexington in a few days to be shown at the April Horse Show ff H J Mr Clinton Woodard Wilnioe Ky says I cured my hogs with vour Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and my wife cured some sick turkeys with your BourDon Poultry Cure They b splendid remedies Sold by J R Mount Sun Condemnation of SelfPraise Stcine It is an abominable thing for a man to commend himself LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS SheepReceiptsShipments 68 172 CATTLE Shippers f 758 00 Butcher steers extra 7 33 7 60 Good to eholce 507 2 Common to fair 4 25 C 25 Heifers extra 15CommonCows extra 5 TSffli n 00 to choice Common to f Canners Bulls balognas CALVES extra Fair to good 750 6 35 5 75 2 75 5 25 5 40 5 50 C 50 8 50 4 tOgiTOO HOGS good packers arid butchers 10 30 10 40 MIxtdpackera 10 aoglOSS 6 509 00 Common to choice heavy fat BOWS 7 50 9 90 Light uhlppera Pigs 110 Ibs and 7 00 975 SHEEP extra 700 Good to choice 0 257 85 Common fair extra 8 85 8 00 Good to choice g 25 8 75 Ceamioa to AtITr C 50 8 GO Cohen I f I I I I I I I r 6 GOo 2 O3 50 4 05Extra Fat bulls 5 600 J 900 Commonandlarge Stags SI 20 LAMES h I 8 t lit lr are ba fair 35 5oi r 85J0 less G 375 GOO fair f NABOTH JRNubothJris a rich red bay 9 years old and full 1R hands highwelghs 1225 pounds and isji J horse of wonderful beauty having a long rangy neck and carrying a tine tall He is a perfect galttd horse with superb all round action and like all sons of oid Naboth hehas great natural j speed hi harness and a greeter racking horse can not be found in the State of Kentucky have been A dealer in fancy horses years furnishing them for all the markets in this country ard I am anxious to encourage the breeders of horses to continue to raise butter ones As is generally known there is scarcity of good horses nnd those suitable for the Eastern mar kct bring fancy prices If the breeders would raise Number oueMiorses they must take the to the right kind of sires Nuboth Jr beyond all doubt is a horse that will produce that type of horses that the market demands ai d for which the public is willing to pay high prices I purchased this great oung stallion at a fancy price because he has size style action beauty breeding I had this horse worked 30 days and he stepped a mile in 2iO If like begets like yon can get the right kind of horses by breeding to Naboth Jr You will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old Xuboth Hambletonian 10 Old Messenger Chief Red Wilkes George Wilkes Manbriuo Chief Pilot Jr and Harry Clay By Kabotli 1001GS19 He by Walsinghain 2166 sire of Latitude 21934 and several in the list George Wilkes Old Nnboths first dam Tinsel Durock 106 sou of Hamblctonian Second dam Bess sister to Jamos Howell Jr by Hambletonian Third darn Harry Clay J5 Fourth dam by Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse First iam by Chief Jr by Old Messenger Chief Second dam b Davis by Ked Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred XabothJr will be k t during the season of at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted to serve mares at the very low price lr 00 to insure living colt 1 am prepared to a distance at reasonable prices but no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of committed to my care NOTICE Xaboth Jr is the sire of the colt that won the IO champion colt stake also the sire of the winner of the yearling stake at the Lancaster Fair 1008 J I lEDmmE I by Jessie Sayre hy Slholh Irs 1110 cure for stock I 7 forted tares and i4 others b Messenger Mesenger nit from stoat I B BURTON LANCASTER KEINTUCkVIlL W fIIL fLLII W RELIGIOUS Series cf Srmons E Church In accord with of the BEC OUD for Sunday topics of our minis ters the following are reported for the above services for the month of April Sunday 17th 11 a m The Lesson Rail p in W C T U Union Seivicc Chi is i in church Sunday 24th 730 p in National Health Service Subject Road Tuberculosis Their Let son Dr E II Pierce Gospel Items by Pastor 1 An eminent writer has recently shown that the number of now in the world number four and seventy seven million out of a world populaton of fourteen and twenty miljijns 2 That is a bit of gain over the twelve disciples sent forth as told us in the International Sunday School lesson last Sunday Sixty generations no That means for each of us sixty grandfathers dud sixty grandmothers 3 SomelLi g next If they were tail Jews then they the other sort Geniiies that is heathen Is that so Yes if you can count back two grandfathers tis fair to say that number sixty is as sure as number two 4 And sime more If Jewish iixty grandfathers ago had said as souse of us we dont sending gospel to heathen pleny of sinners here in Palestine in Jerusalem and stuck to about your g f number sixt and fifty Line and so on down to number two or one and what of you today 5 If any of us are better than ern today because in large part at least Jhmtianity came down the line to us thro sixty generations of grandfathers and yet some of us otont believe in furrin missions for a salvation to the other fellow and his heathen grandfather of today 6 That is to would make it a trust and take all the pruflts out or the Gospel business and take away the other mans chance of profit willed to him by the founder of the gospel ii words Go ye into all the world and preach the gos pel to every creature Incouimon talk the ante Missionary Christian of tcday would hug the corn 7 The Louisville and Nashville Railroad that runs thro Garrard county was fined ten thousand the other day by a States pleaded guilty and stepped and paid it like a little man What had been doing They had rebated that is charged higher freight rate to some shippers than others Court said big as you are you must give every nftin equal chance you can play no fa voiitesj judgment against the defen dent 14 of Pounda Week at least is what a young baby ought to gain in weight Does yours If not theres something wrong ith I s digestion Give McGees Baby Elixir and it ill begic gaining at once Cures stomach and bowel troubles aids digestion stops fretful ness good for teething babies Price 25c and 5Cc Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Its Intent As the blanket ballot a yard wide and all wood to be pulled over the eyes was unrolled before him the citizen remarked This blanket Is a regular ckarity one for it covers multitude of sins in a bowl of Quaker Oats than in the same quantity or the same value yof any other food you can eat v Most nourishing least expensive Me packages and hermetically sealed 60 I at- OM request of the Agent ies christi tus r t da i I itwhat heat Iii saywe dl l- Iars Unit t1 Cum t voters thel I I hundred hundred v ere chris- ti us believe expressly p1 tin its astute I y r ti Id rcite ia t- l New wrinkles in farthing show new lifeWork done on the highway proves good bypay Cabbages should be pulled and hung up by the roots Be sure the whole bodies of fowls are burned ItIs imperative that sheep quarters be dry at all seasons of the year The guinea hen is much relished on account of the gamey flavor of the fleshThe ram intended for use this fall should be pushed along as fast as he will stand it A regularity of good feed and kind treatment will make it unnecessary to drive the cows in at night The gasoline engine is doing more to keep the boy on the farm than a course of lectures oral or printed Spasmodic salting is injurious to any animal Keep plenty of salt where they can get it when they want it Apple pickers should remember that the least puncture in the skin of an apple results sooner or later in a spot Keep the water in the troughs pure and fresh and see that the loft is well ventilated and your pigeons will not be troubled by canker Ducks and geese may be raised just drinking water is sufficient for their needs When a team of horses stand up to the bit in the same way it will be found they do more work with less friction than korses that do not work in harmonyWith above three cents per quart to the producer in most of the larger cities and good fall pastures it would seem that the dairymans lot is not so hard after all especially at this time i Give the chickens plenty of range plenty of water and plenty of nitro genous feeds during the moulting sea son and get them into the laying habit before cold weather Starving them will not promote growth of feathers Laborsaving devices are appreciat ed more on the farm than ever be fore It seems almost impossible to get Kelp to do the necessary work and we are obliged to farm different ly and to use mechanical means in stead of hand labor As pasture grass becomes short and kilted by frosts begin to give the cows extra feed so they will hold up in milk Taking the cows into winter in good condition other things being equal will mean a steady high milk flow all through the winter When scraping out the decayed of a large tree to be afterward filled with cement as much care should be taken to remove every of decayed matter as a good dentist does to remove the dacayed matter in a tooth before filling Other wise your labor is lost Nothing is better for poultry build ings from a sanitary point of view than a good coat of whitewash Etpe cially is this true when getting the poultry houses ready for winter All may not be aware there is quite a sci ence in whitewashing There are kinds and each is for 41 different use SEND YOUR JOB WORK TO THE CENTRAL RECORD OFFICE KILL COUCH AND CURS THE LUNGS Dr Kings New I i diseased I I runtr particle adapt I i TilE Disco t rotten cavity different WITH fOR cOUCHS OLDS trial Bottle Free PIuCE G ABAireSBD SAXISFACTOB OJB 1IONE7 BEFUHDIOX R 3 MdRoherts Drug S re AND ALL TIIROATAND II i1 E i 9 ft JA Jrd J UK of Nwoth Jr utd by V B Wi t3 tau ilC55 Ov Burton WESTERN Plan Herewith Given Was Designed for the Greatest Economy of Time and Labor Cement Foundation for AIL EXCELLENT MODEL OF 11 Dfa 211P kA111 I i I I E VfEWFRONT BY J E BIUDGKMAX The dairy barn herewith illustrated was designed for a dairyman who dis poses of the dairy products to private tradeTo save labor the horse barn and wagon room are under the same roof with the cows and calves In fact the building is really three barns but all under the same roof a horse barn with accommodations for ten horses cow barn with stalls for 38 milch cows and the small barn for nine dry cows or young stock a large double calf stall and two bull pens As will be seen by the floor plan each department may be closed with sliding doors and entirely separated from all other departments The entire building is plastered both the exterior and interior with two coats of Portland cement over ex panded metal lath the studdings are two by six inches ten feet long and the story is eight feet except over the horse barn where it is nine feet to allow for driving in with a load of hay in stormy weather the story is ten feet over the wagon room All floors are of cement as also are the ceilings The exterior walls are first covered with ship lap and striped for the lath the space between the studding are filled in with concrete up to the win the stock and all gutters are drained i to manure pits Traps are placed in the floors for draining away the wash water and hydrants are placed at convenient points so the entire barn may be washed down in a very short time The two silos are 1C by 38 feet and are also plastered the inside lined with brick which receives a coat of plasterHay forks and feed and litter car riers are installed and reach all parts of the barn The crop or ground feed is stored in bins on the second floor and is drawn to the feedroom through eight inch spouts as wanted Silage is passed down the chutes between feedreoms and silos and by keeping the doors closed all dust and odors are kept out oi the cow barn Hay is passed down in the feedrooms for the entire barn at one time thus i keeping the dust from the cow barn i A good cement foundation is for everything and all exposed woodwork receives three coats paint I The roof is covered with asbestos roofing felt making the entire barn practically fire proof The cost to build this barn was slightly more than if built of as it requires no j paint and few repairs it would seem I I I I J I t I I I I oft I I Ibut I provided wood t dow sills and all corners and angles are carefully rounded to avoid hiding places for dirt and bacteria The stalls are formed of gas pipe and the loft floor is supported on threeinch pipe the box stalls and horse stalls are of sixinch flooring doubled and have wire guards on the top The mangers of the cow barns are arranged to be flooded when watering mounted that in the long run cement was the most economical building material for the farm j Kindness and cleanliness are the vatchvrord in this barn and in reason is done to this end j The arrangement is such that the work of caring for and feeding the has been reduced to the minii mum and one man can feed the entire i barn in a very short time I cevery- thing sock FOR BUILDING WIRE FENCES II GAS PIPE FOR UNROLLING FENCE tHOOK AND WHEEL FOR HOLDING BARB WIREB In this drawing the hook for unrolling the fences may be mad of continuous piece ft fiveeighths inch round wire sharpened with a thread and a nut to hold the wheel on says Orange Judd Farmer The wheel may be pulley wheel At the right one a b rriiii I1 gas pipe SLED FOR UNROLLING BARB I WIRE is shown a screw piece which fits In and hitches on to the hooks behind the wagon buggy or horse The oth er two drawings are selfexplanatory wire for unwinding I topIst if 0 LOOK AND LISTEN If you want Poiteness Cleaness Good SHAVES and HAIR CUTS go to HENRY DUNCANS on Richmond street 25 years of experience Office hours Office over 8 am to 1 p m to I Stormes Drug Store DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky H J TINSLEY County Surveyor HOXE taJOffice Hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky Ed G Games NOTHING BUT KENTUCKYLANCASTER AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references QI1I 110 QUI CARDS I BarberShop 1 B F VALTER over F tf INSURrx CE Jr w T G ooaoaeo o- g bdo00o400o0aoC406ea0oa0a0090 00 0 hIL W Morrow Graduate Optician Glasses fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed J E Robinson LAWYER COUNTY ATTHNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court OiliLe over Police Court Phone 194 Denny E and ra M K I DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Got Flowers of QUALITY Ware McRoberts H J PATRICK Dentist All Wurfc Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky ui tf Dr J B Kinnaird Physical and SuresM Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 BURNETT Ptwskan and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Phone 75 Office Pbose fUJUIJD IIUQDJOMIUUIIIIU I I I I J DR 1 roeoow o e ill av rlt- 9f