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CENTRAL RECORDFroir PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT from TfieLandofNbw TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 22 1910 Z THE c NUDlJlEK3 L A i- r tow Mr Farmer We fire Your Friend BECAUSE We are offering you the best line of Implements the makers afford BECAUSE We will sell you the best BUGGY for the least money help you out of trouble when you are broken down CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky rj M t f i 1 Y B I 4t BECAUSE I r 4J Ii 3 9 7 e- We J Let all the pretty girls tag yoi court day I Help clean up the streets by buying tags court day Mrs Robert Boyle who has been an invalid for many years is thought to 03 falling rapidly While you are in town Court day stop in and pay your subscription to the CENTRAL RECORD x Lancaster High School will play P Stanford a game of ball Friday April 3 22nd Game called at three oclock g Mr and Mrs V A Lear announce the arrival of their little daughter- S Nancy Thomos who come Friday 5 April 15th a lengthly visit in their 6 home The council met on last Monday night and on account of several mem bers being out of town adjourned un til next Tuesday night when the cement walk and several other impor tant questions will come up Friday April 22od Mrs E V C will celebrate her ninetieth at the home of Mrs Joe E on Lexington street where be pleased to receive the con of her friends The United Daughters Confederacy have been notified of the fact that Centre College Danville has granted an honorary scholarship to the Ken tucky Division U D C open to the lined decendants of Confederate j Next Monday being horse show day I in Lancaster a large crowd from this and adjoining counties is expected to see the best horses in Kentucky the good horses of this county there will be a number from Danville Stanford McKinney and other towns Mrs C C Brown was elected first Vice President of the Womans Mis sionary Society of the Transylvania Presbytery by an overwhelming vote This is quite a compliment and one most worthily bestowed Miss Edna Mason was made a delegate from the society Friends of the Kentucky Farmer which has been making its weekly from editorial offices in Louisville have received the paper in a new guise and under a new name the Southern Farmers Gazette The field of the paper has been widened and its editorial mechan ical appearance greatly improved The first number under the new ar has just come from the press and reflects great credit upon those at the head of the I fir 3 IOn i I i I Lancaster faciliti sand I ra I enter prise 1 t i i Veterans I Besides neighboring f appearance gementf Si s 3 S H jiS i S 03SK5 a 8 S LOGANS EXPOSITIONS OF SPRING STYLES Is without a doubt the largest and finest array of uptodate Apparel for Men and Boys ever shown in this section of the state Not on ly will you find our assortment larger but you will find the values greater The j styles shown from hat to shoes are j absolutely correct On the whole i i this great spring exhibit should 1 impress you more than ever I with this stores progressive 1 ness and the greatness of We ij invite you to call on Saturday j and view the newestfash i V ions for 1 MEN M I 0 1 H T I i i I i I i i ti ourvalues r J f j 4vinvOL KtOKF7OGXt OJCCCvO m o cordially Telephone Trouble Stanford will sell another telephon franchise in order to secure lower rates than are given them by the Bell Co Let the Lancaster people and be wise before action i taken in the matter of telephon franchises Resigned Mr R II Batson who has mad the Lancaster Graded School one o the very best trustees the school has ever had has resigned greatly to the regret of all the friends of the school He should be reelected at the next election by the people Declared Nominee Mr Harvey Helm being the only candidate for Congress in this dis tract was declared the nominee sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Helm has made a good record in Congress and his many friends are congratulating him on again receiving the honor Fiscal Affairs Publication of all claims allowed by the Fiscal Court since the April Term 1909 will be completed with this weeks paper as required by the law Last week the court appointed W A Doty to complete a financial statement of the counties fiscal affairs beginning with the one made four years ago and the same will appear in this paper as soon as it is completed and approved by the court Tenth District Convention Quite a number from Lancaster at tended the district convention at Stanford April 19th and 20th The C W B M session was very efficiently presided over by Mrs Geo D Robin son of this place and the Sunday School session by W I Williams also of Lancaster It is to be noted that Lancaster people are always in the front rank of any work in which they are engaged Killing at Berea Grover Fish shot his fatherinlaw Sam Welsh five times at Berea night at 930 p m killing him instantly The shooting took place in Mr Welshs drug store It semis that Mr Welsh was trying to reconciliation between Fish and his wife who had been separated for some time Mr Welsh was president of the Berea National Bank and was one of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens of Berea Mr Fish to Deputy Sheriff and was taken to Richmond State Printers Contract Attack The business people generally will accpt with pleasure the information that Secretary of State Ben Bruner will seek by legal steps to have the contract of the state printer canceled Clerk J W Hamilton leas been a deed book in his office in which to record the land transfers for more than two months and has been unable to get the necessary book or any reply from the State Printer Birthday Party Little Clementine Elsener a number of her little friends Saturday afternoon in honor of her fifth dirthday Games of various kinds were enjoyed and dainty refresh ments were served to the following guests Misses Mary Boairsky Mary Elsenei Minnie Gluck Lucille Butts Mary Popp Hilda Vorholt Alene and Frances White Helen OKeefe and Beatrice Popp Margarette and Catherine Woodyard Miss George OKeefe Leonard Thomas Miller Charleston W V News Miss Clementine Elsener and Master Leonard Thomas Miller are of Mr and Mrs N Miller of this city Bloody Battle In Lee County As the result of a fight at Heidel burg Ky between C A Jones and Jefferson Wilson last Saturday night both parties were killed instantly and Clay Hall was badly wounded so that he died Sunday night Robert was shot in the leg and John Swan a telegraph operator was shot in the foot and Elmer Mattox is prob ably fatally wounded The fight took place in a newly opened Malt Mead stand operated by Dudley Lutes It seems that Jones had a pistol out and Wilson was try ing to take it away from him but did not succeed and turned to leave the place when Jones shot him in the backEd Wilson an 18 year old son of the dead man was arrested and placed a charge of Deputy Sheriff Throat Slashed With Glass Mark Jennings confined in jail without bail for killing George Me Cowan at Bryantsville recently slashed his throat with a small piece of glass last week however without doing himself much damage lea nings attorneys asked the County Judge to cause an inquest to be held inquiring into the state of his miud County Attorney J E Robinson op posed the moye on the ground that the county Judge had no jurisdiction of the defendant since he was held by Judge of the Court that being a superior Court to that of the JudgeJudge held that he bad no au thority without the inquest was re quested by the attorneys for the com monwealtb con- siderI Tuesday prevent- a surrendered without entertained Vivian grandchildren Farmer Circuit Count The wires of the Bastin Telephone Co between Hubble and Hodgeviile were cut at every post Wednesday night Mr Bastin has offered 8250 for the arrest and conviction of the parties and it is to be hoped that the guilty parties will be caught and landed in jail Nicholasville Wins Ball Game A large crowd was on band Monday afternoon to witness the ball game between the Lancaster and Nicholas ville school teams which resulted in a score of 4 to 3 in favor of the visiting team Both teams put up a good game Lancaster got 8 hits and Nicholas ville only 3 Battery for Ni jbolasville Skillman and Evans for Lancaster Bastin and Herron Eastman- A telegram was received here Wed nesday by Mrs Maria Kirby bearing the sad news that Jennie East man had died quite suddenly at her home in Columbus Ohio of heart She left Lancaster about a week ago for Columbus and her sud den death is indeed quite a shock to her relatives and many friends here She was a niece of the late Mrs Patsy Kinmiird and was an unusually hand some and lovable Christian woman The deceased spent most of her girl hood beys here with her aunt Two daughters Mesdames Cotton and Sea ber and one son a sister Mrs Brooksrof New York and brother Mr Alex Bishop of this place sur vive The husband a prominent Presbyterian minister died some years ago The interment was in Columbus Ohio Broadus Mr A M Broadus died at his home near Potts Mill Thursday evening of consumption He had been a great sufferer for many months The de ceased was a son of William and Lucv Broadus and was born August 15 1811 lIe had long been a devoted member of the Christian church and was a wellknown and respected citi zen and has many friends who deeply regret to learn of his death He was married to Susan Ann Sanders Sep tember 30 1861 and to them were born ten childaen four sons and six daughters four of whom are dead Besides his devoted wife and loving children he leaves one brother Wil liam Broodus and one sister Mrs Jane Coy to deeply mourn his loss A large crowd of relatives and friends attended the burial at Gilard in Madison county Assessment Raised The State Board of Equalization notified County Judge A D Ford last week that the assessment of the county and city of Lancaster on both personal and real property as fixed by the County Board of Supervisors would be raised twenty per cent The County Judge promptly notified the Board that he would send wit nesses to secure either a reduction or the entire cancellation of the pro posed raise by the State Board and accordingly appointed Messrs B F Hudson M D Hughes L L Walker Assessor W S Carrier and County Attorney J E Robinson to appear be fore the Board at Frankfort April 26th to look after the interest of the countyWhether the proposed raise is just or unjust to the county as a whole it will fall heavily upon many property holders who have purchased their es tate in recent years and were already assessed about the value of the pro perty while others who have owned their property for many years will assessed at a fair value upon their property with a 20 per cent raise by the State Board The County Board in the future should in fact equalize the assessment of property and this would probably avoid the continual raises by the Stite Board and the great injustice so many of our young business people who are less able to stand this unfair discrimination Danville Without Local Option The temperance people of Danville and Boyle county have been woried since Judge Saufley last week handed down an opinion in the case of city of Danville against Bunk Raum appealed from the City Court holding that there was no legal local option in effect in the territory of that city Bunk Raum had been fined 3700 and given 300 days at hard labor in the work house by the police court upon trial of a number of warrants charg ing the defendant with selling liquor in violation of the local optien laws of the state and in effect in Danville Raum appealed from the judgment of the Police Court to the Boyle Circuit Court and his attorneys there made the point that Local option was not now in effect In Danville Judge Saufley held in bis decision that the Local Option vote of 1890 was uplifted by the act of the Legislature in 1892 creating fourth class cities and which delegated to the city council the right to grant license to sell liquor and fur ther that the question was with the city council as to whether local option should exist until the vote was taken on the question After the holding of the the City Attorney Hon E V Puryear who has been making it warm for the blind tigers compromised the cases against Baum fol20000 but will take an from thejudgment of the Gfrcuit the Court of If the opinion of the Circuit Court is sustained higher court it is rumored that vote will be im mediately taken upon the local option question and we hope that the pioneer city of the state will be able to continue her good way Irs I I l I I Ij I I I I I considerably a fI reward disease note Pi lice Court Appeals WK BUGGIES TO SUIT prices to Suit Everybody Headquarters for HARNESS HASELDEN BROS J Your Mono A Chance J By buying your Groceries ofme Satisfaction guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery Automobiles AGENTS FOR EM f 30 125000 Flanders20 75000 F O B DETROIT- We also handle Automobile supplies oils tires etc and keep expert Auto men for work If you are intending buying phone us Bell 24 and we will have our demonstrator call on you Danville Ice Goal 60 z 1J iI e EVERYBODYIor ta or 3 I i I 1 I S1S 1J 11 i s r r Give j 0fS A 4t I I It III I I repair J y y y y- rnll 1rMa raYY Ura 4 V 7aF77t a i I Off I I 1 r i r I MM aM I I I I 1 The finest and best line of Bras Snrries Phaetons J AND Driving Wagons 1a ever brought to this market Prices H low No trouble to show goods SW J R 0 IB fl N S 1 II r 5 17 r IGarpets l 1 r s- xL F RugsI I Good Furniture l Youre oJ r L L I L 8 Planning to i T i Fix Up The Then wont you let us plan the home fixing up with you Weve jut the very things that your home needs for our splendid stocks have been selected with extreme care IF We chose to please and satisfy alone as to quality and style but with an earnest endeavor to supply your peels if youll but grant us the opportunity If We say we will make us prove the assertion wont you OUR DIGNIFIED CREDIT PLAN If Somepeople for some unaccountable reason hesitate to ask for credit and yet theres no reason in the world why anyone should There are abuses and uses of everything and the abuses of credit system as applied by some dealers would naturally mike some hesitate to make use of it purpose to use not abuse it and our dignified credit plan as we apply it need cause none hesitate in asking for credit at F G Hurts JWe v last you to let us arrange a credit account for you I Horne This Spring I younot I Q tI elIe 7 1 CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY JUK A YEAR From The Land Of coo GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr Entered at the Poi GjKce in Lancaster Ky a Mail tatter Member Ky Press Association- and Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky April 221910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices For County Offices 1001 For State and District Offices For Calls per line For Cards per line For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are to announce Ron Helm a candidate to succeed himself in Congress subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Hopeful Outlook However correct the principles or plans of apolitical patty if i exists long its organiz ition will at some time be in control oT selfish and unworthy persons vi h ulterior motives And at some time through the agencies of its organization those persons will be vested with official authority who are incompetent and even corrupt When these conditions as to either the or ganization or offit 1 il poM ion becomes generally known and an effort is made by the party to ext isats itself of the unworthy member or relieve itt If of the political parasite factions arise and even the most honest and are frequently deluded into taking up the quarrel of the politician and the ultimate re sult is sure to be the humiliating de feat of the party at the pools The Democratic party has experi enced at least some of these condi tions in recent years Though sting ing may be the defeat at the time to a loyal party man yet when he has time fur reflect in the conclusion is irresistable that out of these reverses frequently comes much good This is perhaps true of us at this time The people have found that many of the statements made regardiig the party by the factional members were greatly exonerated and many made by our enemies were wholly untrue Experi ence has convinced them that affairs are conducted with more general sat isfaction in the state under our party than by the Republicans and the after al their vain hoisting have iut done half so well as did the Democrats The people now see the utter failure of the present state administration and are sick and tired of Republican misdoings This together with the drubliug re ceived bv the Democrats has destroy ed all factions in the ranks and has given tj every Democrat a voice i i the party affairs The objectional persons to each and all i i the organ ization or official position are out ants we are in Kentucky once more united All those who were deluded into voting the Wilson kt ite Reppublican ticket with that wise experienced and conservative Statesman James B McCreary leading us on the ticket for Governor will esteem it a privilege to again with vote and enthusiastic sup port tlect our state ticket by the old time democratic majority of 40000 MurderConvictedPardoned- That exSenatir E W Carmack cruelly and cowardly murdered by Duncan B Cooper and son Robin Cooper on the streets of NashviIe November 8th 1908 was clearly shown by the evidence on the tiial of the case by the verdict of the trial jury and by the Supreme Curt of Tennessee in affirming the judgment of the lower court giving Duncan B Cooper twentyone the peni tentiaryBefore the words of the Chief upholding the judgment of the trial Court had ceased to echo in the 500 1500 10 10 10 uthlrz d Bale Republicans Republican was yearsin Secoad Clara conscientious degenerate Justice Court room Governor Patterson had written a full and complete pardon to the murderer Although Duncan B Cooper may now carry by his side a pardon full and free yet in his heart the guilt remains and on his brow the stamp of Cain proclaims him to the world the unpunished of E W Carmaclr The Governor and Carmack were not only political opponents terness and Cooper the agent and lieutenant of the former shared the feelings of his chief The undue haste of the Governor in issuing the pardon his undue readiness to re lieve from punishment hi henchman who had kiled his political opponent his readiness to defend his agents in nocence his unwarranted and unjust use of official authority to relieve him from legal punishment that had been so jus ly assigned confirms the in the belief that had Patterson been half so active in preventing the killing of his opponent as he has been in relieving the slayer from punish ment Carmack had not been murder edPattersons acts through all this case has shown how unwisely the peo of Tennessee did choose between the present Governor and the bri liant dead to govern them is said Patterson represents liquor faction in his State He now also consistently claim to the criminal faction In the face of all he has the temerity to ask his resentful constituents to dorse his administration Will it done Juries Will Seldom Disagree The last Legislature made such a change ii the law governing criminal proceedure in the trial of tel as we thi ik will make it much easier to have an enforcement of tie crim inal laws of the statE One of the most effective ways the criminal has had in evading punishment has been to obtain continuance after contin uance of his case until the witnesses had died or waved away from the community and the public finally loose interest and eventually wear out the caseIn most cases where the juries have failed t agree has been in fixing the amount of punishment and not as to the guilt or innocence of the defend ant In the future tie jury only pass upon the guilt or innocense of the ac cused the amount of punishment is with the trial court If a verdict of guilty the presiding judge will im pose the indeterminate sentence of not lets than the minimum and not more than the maximum punishment fixed by the law under which the ac cused is indicud The provisions of this law as to fixing the punishment are similar to the Federal Court and we think it will be very sat isfactory in avoiding disagreement of juries Under the provisions of the law the not be paroled until be has served the minimum pun ishment and the Board of Prison Com missi jners then will fix the remainder of time to be served according to the conduct of the prisoner during the time incarcerated This will be an inducement to the prisoner to reform We think this amendment to the law a good one and will be satisfactory to the people Out in the Bavarian Hills in the valley of lies the little village of Oberammergua quiet ana unosten tatious at all times except every ten years this being the tenth year when the peasants cease their regular occu pations to assume the principal char acters in the drama of life of Christ This play is known throughout the world as the Passion Play and fully two huedred thousand pilgrims will invade this tranquil village to witness this strange sight Iu the year 1633 when the black plague was raging throughout Europe carrying away one hundred of tbeOperammsrgauers the survivors made a solemn vow to the Aluiihty iu answer to their prayer that once every ten years they would produce a play dortraying the life and death of Christ These simple peas ant people might well be an example to all the Christian world they remember and reep so faithfully their the Giver of all gifts corvic ed murderer li exste public I pIe lIt that I ellI I f my cases- I I i I prisonercan Ammer Inthat vowto t but 1 I practice the Ii G HURTI I fill this cup to one made up Of loveliness alone A woman of her gentle sex The seeming paragon To whom the better elements And kindly stars have given A form so fair that like the air Tis less of earth than Heaven Pinkney Wi lows says a New York minis ter makes better wives than women who have never been married before But most men would find it rather dious sitting around waiting for the husband of some woman to die ariu so iu truth would the women Give us a kind word rather than money but if you can snare both the latter will be acceptable also The devil gave us our relatives but thank God we can choose our friends e to it that your fences and out b sidings are whitewashed or painted Life is tio short to spend in chew big the ran or cheap gun Do unto others as though yeu were the others Believing any party holding an elective is obligated to those electing i im to that office for its full term unless something that he cannot conscientiously do and in such event it becomes his duty to those who voted to elect him to the office to give them his reasons for not filling his full termTwo or more years ago I was elected by a very complimentary vote to the office of Trustee of the Lancaster Graded School and up to this time I have dischargee the duties of that office to the very best of my ability About two years since I was apjoi t ed by the County Judge one of the trustees of the L Y Leavell Fund an office I did not tlnilc with the ollice of School Trustee It has recently been the pleasure of the majority of tie School Trustees through their attorneys to file an action in the Garrard Circuit Court at ticking or construing clauses contained in the L Y Leavell will for the benefit of the Lancaster Graded School difierent from what the Trustees of the Fund and the Circuit Court and Executors of tile wiil so understood them to br lam for the will as it reads and f r the school having the full benefit of the money just as it was given and in the way it was given by the de ceased 1 cannot lend myself to a course that will make me appear to be trying to ask one tliiig of the Court while I am carrying out or under taking to carry out a different course of action under the will I cannot faithfully and conscientiously concur in the ac ion of the School Trustees nor with I be a party to the said as I believe it will result in a material and perhaps a very serious loss to the interest of said school It now that these offices I hold under the late action of the School Trustees are incompatible and to hold them both would be my mind double dealing For the above rea sons 1 have resigned my office as School I thank those who voted to me the xchoi 1 trusteeship and for the confi dence they imposed in me I have done my best to merit their confi dence and if in any way I have failed in my duties it has been a mistake of mind and not of heart Very The suffix ous meaning full of was being discussed ia the spelling class Dangerous full of danger mountenous full of mountains porus full of pores courageous full of courage and joyous full of joy had been glibly recited Who is ready to give us another example asked the teacher 1n a confident tone A quietlooking little boy on a back seat eagerly responded Pious full of pie Exchange Nothing else of the same cost adds so tLe attractiveness of a town nothing else gives such an air of prosperity and thrift of comfort and I t I IHubbard mea ies Scholl I I I I seems Tru tee respectfullyR I r incompatible certain action much to content as the good repair and neat appearance of building and fences and generally vvel kept up premises A few dollars spent by way of paint and a little time spent now and then fixing up toning up and keeping things in order has a most wonderful t ffect and a store of sati facton Great and im posing edifices are not necessary to beauty and attractiveness We know of some humble cottages yet are so enveloped in and tidiness of all things round about we never look on them but we are reminderl it must be pleasant to he there Reduced Sleeper Rates Everyone will receive the news with some satisfaction that the Commerce Commission has rendered a decision to the effect that the rates being charged by the Pullman Co for sleeper berths have been unreasonable and exhorbitaut between many points of travel and have accordingly order ed reduction in charges It is held by the Commission that an upper birth is now vortb as much as a lower and there will likely be a reduction in the rates now charged for the former on all roads The report of the Commis sion shows that the earnings of the Company since 3839 have been very large the annual dividends for the last ten years aggregating about SGO 003000 A Recommendation Having received check for 1000 with in ten days from death of urf husband Garret Wood for issued by them I take this of recommending Bet Iey Jlaseldeu and their represent to ctflly Mrs Susan J Wood April 14 1910 Our Agents Make a Week Selling new process water color por trait and gold frame Costs 90 cents complete with glass sells for Si 98 Samples and instructions free Young man in Ohio made 2200 in one day We are the largest picture and frame house in the world One general agent wanted in each county Give us ref erence and we extend you thirty days credit with steady honorable em ployment at a big income Our bus iness is established twentyfive years We are not in the picture and frame trust We want honorable trust worthy representatives only You need no capital to work fur us We teach you how to make a success at once William Art Company 2515 W Taylor street 4223t Chicago ill NEW IDEA IN TUNICS neatness I Interstate- I I I I I I I J UP II pan they anyone deli in i 5000 party tuuf S Cur Insu ante Rapt i I will Address There is no end in the making of tunics and a considerable amount of ingenuity is being expended upon the invention of new ways to arrange these graceful overdresses Scarfs that are wide and long made from mousseline or other soft materials are treated as shown in the illustration and are indeed beautiful They are almost always bordered with satin bands and edged with silk fringe The is ideal for a dinner o More White Serge models will answer for the white mohair or serge tailor made commonly regarded as a costume but none the less likely to prove eminently if the Easter wardrobv I fiiodel t spring midsummer servIce- able included above gown The perfectly an weekend TA Annie Rooney 4104 Pea vine 85 Rex I Pea vine 1796 Daisy 2nd 2229 Peavlnt 85 CHESTL4ND 3173Vol7 Will make the season of 1910 at mi place miles east of Paint Lick on Paist Lick pike CUESTIAKD is a chestnut coming 5 16 hands A irood tl it bone and fool has finish and action second to no horse in His first colts are coming yeai lings and are qual to any noises Slimy tiuish size color and action is Rex Peavine U96 Dam Annie Rooney 4104 2nd dam Powells Drcnon he by Brinkers Drenon 1GOO Will serve mares at 40 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when fact is known or mare with Mares bred to an other horse or jWk without my I claim Mares kept on at 10 cents per day Grain fed rate if desired Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any occur Lien ret lined for ser vice fee Come and see this horse before you breed Respectfully WC FITZPATRiCK PAINT LICK KY Phone 425 Rings P L Exchange Administrators As administrator of Garrett Wood deceased I as hi administrator will SATURDAY APRIL 23rd 1910 at 2 p in on the premises about 4 miles north of Lancaster on the Ben Ring place tJ the highest and best bidder following property towit i One pair of work mules seven years old 4 cows ami calves 3heifers and 2 steers 1 survey 1 bulgy and harness 2 and alt farming implements in a farm House hold and furniture and a great many other numerous to mention x Terms made known on day of sale CHAS VOOD Adrrr of Garrett Wood deceased A M Bourne Auct Farmers this is the season to Stock Food We have jut received a large of HTERUHOIIL and are selling it at 285 per 25 pound long as this lot lasts McRoberts 2 l Rent I I d consent g ass at reasonable I ou i i I I SaleA- s on I fell t sed I kit Jen bit s i I r Fr 1 1 I I I I I I pailas I I R EI- I f sky part my See l i t wagon i fl use I shipment I Good Carpets t 1 Mattings Linol6umns H iI tIi flil llllllllllliy IF ANY ONE KNOWS i N M Good Roart IT IS THE Women I Iand one good reason that we are so proud of Glen Lilly Flour is because they all say it is the best WHITE HOUSE FLOUR is next When you say Flour to the grocer say Glen L Iy first hell understand and if your grocer has no Glen Lily or WhiteHouse tell us we will tell you the ones that have CiARRARD MILLING CO LANCASTER ftY t tto i i Te t t Flour i t t6 I tx x r IltllllIIIIlllr z I- M 4 N I t L W C Fish Vice President O r Terrill Asp Cashier II Il WG Kemp r Cashier OFFICE 1S nt DIRECTORS Marion toy R L Arnold J B Voocfe It G Guvn J Burrows WCAVynn EL Woods I I I c FishW PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KENTUCKY Capital Stock 1600000 Deposits 10000000 Surplus and Uuadivided Profits zrooooo Your Bant iiifr no matter how Large no matter how small The Peoples Bank wilt give careful attention This message applies to men and women alike Come In and sec us we are always sad to see you The safest and most convenient way to do your busmess is through a batik With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with years of exper ience the Peoples Bank Paint Lick stand ready to serve you Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky II I t I it i II t Ky I i i i j Road Wagons AND BUGGY HARNESS Syracuse Plows Cutting and Drag Harrows When you think of building see the Danville Lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished Buggies L Paint Ky t i t 1 i 4 02 HAMMAgE Lick r I Cracks At Creatlen Did you know That a can be taught for he is a shark at square rootThat we live in a live age That Nuahs ark didnt cost as much as Pierpoinl Morgans private yacht That Cleopatra pale tie taxes on Hetty Greens property That William Shakespeares inconv never amounted to as much per year as Ruose veils per mouth at 100 Per wordThat Julius Ceaser never got half a many electoral votes as was given Wm H That our education is so limited we are unable to Ull the difference be tween ruffianism and college spirit That you would be afraid to say ti your wifes face what you say at bei back while buttoning her dress That when a man tries to look pret ty he steals a womans patent That it i so hard to learn how to milk a cow if you have had any practice with a fountain pen That the cobs corn are too large for smoking pipe but would make good sewer pipes properly hollawed out That a dollar doesnt go as far as it once did but it toes That it would be nice to keep two cooks one coiiiing other That Air ships are just now in their infancy and are mighty hard to raise ThatGeo Harris has written a nov el entitled Chauffer inanid to a Suffragette It is illustrated by well known local artist The hero of the novel will he the man who will consent t publish it That Frazier Hurt and Harry Ton Iinsou are two of our most enthusias tic horticulturists They are working on their family tree trying to trace their ancestry back to Adams That if you havnt a college diploma you might frame and hang up your marriage cjri ificate to show you have through the school of experience That the min from Missouri who adveitses fur a wife wearing a wholesome smile arid a contented look can tied her soon at Atlantic Citv as hat is about all they wear up i here Thai the hardest work and the anal t t pay usually go together That you tell the number who live in a house by of it except small families live in large houses and large families live in smal houses Saved From The Grave I had about given up hope nearly four years of suffering from a severe luntf trouble Mrs M Dix of Cl trksville Tenn Often the pain in my chest would be slums unbearable and I could riot do any work but Dr New Discovery has made me feel like a new person Its the best medicine made for the throat and lanu Obstinate coughs stubborn culJs hay fever la grippe asthma croup bronchitisand hemorr hages hoarseness and whooping cough yield quickly t this wonderful med icine Try it SOa and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by B E McRoberts lm HEN pig couldut have Taft right of Garrard It no fast r he no the size after rites L 1 r f- y te mathematics J nut county going t heat cannot v Kings s AbLwT 00 nobility of char acter and purity of dla depend In a BILITY and Fish Fish would be more generally if more pains were taken in Its cooking and serving Boiled fish put on a cold platter will come to the table too realistic for as it is swimming la native element Drain the fish first and serve on a folded napkin which will absorb the rest of the water When the fish Is baked one may dispense with the napkin but gar wish with dainty sprays of parsley and bits of lemon Many kinds of fish may be cut In slices or filets and when served show no unsightly waste portions Fish stock may be used as a basis for the sauce to be served with the fishIn boiling fish the quantity of should be adjusted to the size of the fish in no case should there be more than enough to cover the fish The water should be at the boiling point slightly acid with vinegar and then the cooking should continue at the simmering point The time of cooking depends upon the size of the fish and Is best determined by test Ing If the fish In Its thickest part sep crates easily from the bone It should be removed at once Too long cook ing renders the flesh dry and In baking or boiling fish a strip may lay In the dish to lift it out without breaking if care Is used Dainty Cheese Salad tJmop nicely bleached tender celery one and mix It with mayonnaise dressing Line an Ice cream dipper with cottage cheese then fill up wits the celery mixture packing It In welL Screw out the CORes om crisped let taco leaves arranged for Individual Hotweheld Hints Cook figs la a strap flavored v i vanilla and use them for icy cream r with nuts and cream as IB sail to be a cart far great measure what Is eaten at the table rel- Ished joyment 0 a cloth t mc w net o 0 x on A water f i E Y tasteless oft i i i y 4 i I assert t r four rnMf Butter must have a good color The cheap ram Is a heavy handicap Cottonseed meal is fine for putting flesh on sheep The brood sow will be benefited by occasional feeds of oats Books are often the cheapest and best equipment on the farm Watch the ewes closely A lamb disowned is generally a lamb lost The first litter Is not always an to the brood sows profitableness Soil should be thoroughly prepared to good depth well drained and The cow must have pure food good water and good health to make a good cream When people have stock that can be recorded its a shame to overlook the process There is a vast difference in cows and its the dairymans duty to find out the difference Every dairyman should make up his ration to suit all his conditions and the necessities of his cows Hogs prefer ear corn in a muddy time Ground feed is at a discount then as so much of it is wasted The laying of soft shelled eggs sometimes results from overfeeding and sometimes for want of egg shell materialFor hog pasture sow oats using three and three and onehalf bushels per acre Such a pasture will last until June Roup the scourge of poultry keeping in cold climates must be prevented if pleasure and profit are to be gained from the business Dont starve the dry cow just she isnt bringing in any in come at present Later she will pay back all she gets now The great drawback about dairying with grades is the loss of the male calves You should not sell them for sires and they seem too valuable for veaLA sensible horse nowadays is not afraid of an automobile These have come to stay so it would be best for you to introduce your horse to them Sweet oil is a safe medicine to to animals It never injures but is valuable in choking bloating inflammation or constipation of the stomach or bowels During the winter eggs sold in towns and cities at from 40 to 60 cents a dozen During the summer and early fall eggs can be preserved or placed in cold storage very easily Good judges say that it will be at least two years before the supply of hogs can be made to equal the The high price of breeding stock curtails what would otherwise be a large increase in quantity Plants should be sown with to their size and habits of growth some require distance and others thrive better when planted close together The gardener must know his plants as the farmer does his field crops For wounds made on horses or by barbed wire fences there is nothing better than a composition made of carbolic acid half an ounce glycerine eight ounces and water eight ounces A syringe is a good thing to inject this into the wound It Is not too late to set the home orchard The trees may be set any tune before the buds swell and the foliage starts If the trees have not been ordered do this at once the land by breaking it deeply pulverize thoroughly Set the trees carefully and give them good culti vationThe Kentucky experiment station has just completed some interesting experiments with Rhode Island Reds It reports that Reds are broilers at seven weeks old friers at 20 weeks While the census statistics of 1900 show that the average yield of eggs annually per hen is 120 the station states that the Rhode Island Red can be depended upon to lay 190 to 210 per ben Eminent Authorities say that outdoor exercise is needed by American People Thats all well but how can people with rheumatism follow that advice The very Ballards Liniment and the rheumatism wilt go leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief rheumatism neuralgia lame lack and all pale Sold by B B Me Robert lm enriched because vehicles administer demand reference Prepare Kentucky the very answer Is simpleuse Snow Index cattle from riY Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Julia Ann Dodds Administrator Julia Ann Dodds Heirs Etc Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered its regular March 1910 term in the above styled action I as Master Commissioner of said Court in said case will on MONDAY APRIL asTH 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 situated and being in the county of Garrard and the State of Kentucky on the headwaters of Sugar Creek and is the same tract of land that was conveyed to Julia Ann Dodd by John D Pritch ett and wife by deed now in the Garrard County Clerks office deed book No 15 page 442 of date October 4th 1899 Said land is bounded as follows Beginning at a Spring called Meadow Spring and corner to old Davis Floyd farm thence down the Spring branch with its meanders N 55 E 32 poles N 87 E poles to a sugar tree corner to Davis Floyd now Cyrus Daily S 74 E 14 poles to a stake thence S 32 W 13 poles to the junction of two branches thence up the South branch with the meanders S 86 W 460 poles S W 4 N 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 54 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 pay ment of an indebtedness and for the distribution of the proceeds the heirs at law after the payment of the said indebtedness and the costs of this action sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to exe cute bond with good security to the Master Commissioner for the pur chase money bearing six per cent interest 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 i judgment A lien will also be re tained upon the land sold for the payment ofi the purchase money and afooresaid W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court E Robinson Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court G B Swinebroad vs Henry C Buchanan Etc Defendants Under and by virtue of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court render ed at its regular March 1910 term in the above styled action I as Master Commissioner of said Court and in said case will on ZZjfz MONDAY APRIL agFH 1910 between ten oclock A M and two 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 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 oP 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 at a take in the middle of the Lancaster and Richmond pike Richmond St a new corner to Jennings thence with said line S W 1825 poles ho a stake a new corner to Jennings the lot conveyed to Z M Jen nings 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 233 E 1528 poles to a stake in the middle of the aforesaid pike thence with ame N 56 W 692 poles to tilt ueginnng containing one acre two roods and 9545 poles more or less SECOND small lot tying South of the above bounded jn the West by an extension of the first line above which was i6J4 W o the boundary of the railroad thence with the railroad boundary to Reids line thence with his line co the corner of the above lot on us line The two tracts constitute jne lot and will be sold together as me lot They are the same prop erty set forth in the following deed rom James Ramsey to Irvine Miller and others dated September 5th 1877 and recorded in deed book No i page 563 and from Irvine Miller o G B Swinebroad dated April 2d 1909 and recorded in deed book No 24 page 552 and from Henry C Buchanan etc to G B Swinebroad dated May 20th 1909 and recorded n deed book No 24 page 631 all of deed books being in the Garrard County Clerks office Said sale is made for the purpose dividing the proceeds thereof amongst the owners of the land ac cording to their respective rights TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months onehalf of the purchase money be ing due six months from date of and the other onehalf due in twelve months from date of sale and the purchaser will be execute bonds good to the Master Commissioner for purchase money bearing six interest per annum from date of sale until paid upon may issue if not paid at ma turity the same having force and of a judgment A lien will also retained for the payment of the purchase money with interest afore said The purchaser has the privi PlaIntiff vs at ofrecord 57 691 V amongst TERMSSaid nterest r J Plaintifi or 1 ii clock TRACTBeginning 16 n 87 TRACTA said of sale required- to security the percent execution be T effect lege of paying off said bonds before maturity Dv paying the principal said bonds and interest from the date of sale to the maturi ty except however the shares o the infant defendants John and Lincoln Buchanan shall be paid but shall remain a lien land till its respective owner ar rives at twentyone years of age until a bond is executed therefor required by law W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Courttr G B Swinebroad Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court J E Robinson Plaintiff I Robert Strange Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court ts regular March 1910 term in the above styled action I as Master Commissioner of said Court in said ease will on MONDAY APRIL 25TH 1910 between ten oclock A M and two P M it being the regular County Court day of said said month sell to the highest oidder at the Court House door in Lancaster Garrard County Ken tucky a certain piece of land in Kentucky in that part of the City of Lancaster known as Duncantown Said piece of land ontains onequarter of an acre bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in a line of ane and corner to Lot No 6 thence with same N 10 W 1176 joles to a stake in line to Duncan md corner to lot No 6 thence with tine of Duncan S W 136 poles 0 a stake in line of Duncan and orner to Lot No 8 thence with line of same N 924 E 136 poles co the beginning containing one juarter of an acre This is the same roperty conveyed to Robert Strange y J W Hamilton on June 22nd 1906 by deed now of record in the Jarrard County Clerks office deed book 21 page 436 The purpose of the sale is for the satisfaction of the plaintiffs debt counted to the day of ale which amounts on the day of sale to 11438 and the costs of this action which amounts to 5654 Total amount of noney to be raised by said sale approximately 17092 sale will be made on a credit of six months and the ourchaser will be required to exe bond with good security to the Master Commissioner for the pur hase money bearing six per cent interest per annum from date of ale until paid on which execution nay issue if not paid at maturity same having the force and ef Tcct of a judgment A lien will al o be retained upon the land sold or the payment of the purchase money and interest aforesaid W L WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court T E Robinson Atty for Plaintiff BOLTACRAT 41411 r of thereon Buchanan not on the or as vs renderedat clock County- or Garrardcounty ands 79 approximately TERMSSaid ute he being He will make the season of 1910 at our stable on Herring avenue at 15 to Insure a LivingColt BOLTACBAT record 224 is a black stallion by Bermuda 5874 dam Carrie Mack by Camp Ferguson 494 grand dam Lady Thome by Mambrino etcBermudas sire is by Banker 4114 dam Pattie Fatcnen Boltacrats colts have records better than 230 His get Crapshooter 211 Hi Tiss 217 Lee Mack 222 Ruby Lee J D 227 Joe Taylor 224 and Graybound 229 Bermudas colts all have records under 230 as is also of Carrie Mack Boltacrats dam thus proving that be is from a strain of winning stock himself be log a winner We will also stand at same time and place Daws Hughes At 8300 to Insure a Living Colt Black Jack 15 bands high who bas shown some of the best celts in Gar rard County Money positively due if mare is with sold or bred to another ani mal unless otherwise agreed tc We are not responsible for should any occur J I H C HAMILTON UNION Miss Nannie Devere of Berea spent a few days at this place visiting The farmers are all objecting to so much rain but there is more corn planted now than ever before at this time of the year Mrs Eph Hammack and daughter Sarah have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Wbitley county J H Payne bought acorn mill and gasoline engine of J M Meadows for 500 He also bought F F Chad wells store at this place be is enlarg Jr 2231 the case accidents f i 1 Jjrli parted bas iiwthetorer Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Anderson Leavell Plaintiff Bessie Turner Etc Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court its regular March 1910 term in the above styled action 1 as Master Commissioner of said Court in said case will on MONDAY APRIL 25TH 1910 between ten oclock 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 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 at a point in the middle of the Lowell and Spoonville turn pike road corner to William Ken nedy thence leaving the pike and with Kennedy S J E 32 poles to a stake in said Kennedys line thence N 89 W 3254 poles to a stake in line to Parks thence with his line N 3 E 32 poles to a stake on the North of aforesaid pike about ten feet from middle a corner to B M Lear thence falling into j and of pike S 8954 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 be ing 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 re quired 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 maturity and having force of a judgment A lien will be retained upon the land for the payment of the purchase money and W WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court William Herndon Atty for Plaintiff vs renderedat A Garrardcounty withmiddle ale Commissioner paidupon paidat andeffect 1C05sSe In my closet are sixpairs c stiffsole shoes i p a have had the misery of breaking them in only to lay them aside In the Red Cross Shoe I have supreme comfort Af J New York City 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 bystiff soles Dont put it off a day Come in now and let us fit you every pair torment Wood even Oxfords 350 4 High Shoes 45 nairi Bead with yourfoot Jas W Smith Popular Music just received in stock A fine line oflate Vocal and Instrumental MUSICat 25cts per copy F 6 HURT Lancaster A T SCOTT AuctioneerBuena 7 Years Experience 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Write me for dates Will be in Lancaster every county court day to serve you Phone No 19B Burgia JCxchaaft s and l r rWBiIi r tiSliWm lI1W A Car Load of LaPorte and John Deere e BUGGIES I Something new in Corn Planters and Drills the John Deere See them before buying The best Corn Planter on earth A few Cutaway Harrows left none so good Si saves a team and hand each day J Son Co Hardware Implements Grass Seeds pJust received a big lot of Screen Doors price 950 to 175 i HI a1ii I I I ReMount A I New We have just received a large line of Osbourne Cutting Harrows Columbus Wagons Kauffman Buggies and everything needed on the farm See our line of Stoves and Ranges White House and Buster Brown Shoes Men and Boys Suits Carpets and Dragnets to fit any room at prices to please you Becker Ballard Co Bryantsville Ky I I I I I I I 0I 1 xSX 1 r J 0Y0TaXiJ1 4FJ DeeringFarnuinglniplemenls intact 1910 SEASON 1910 Afefe 4092 Rex Peavine 1796 Lucy Wells 6404 Fee 25 to Insure R S SCUDDER McKinney Ky lE1VINE Coal Jl JW rJ SPRING GOODS I FOR SALE I Cheap For Cash or Produce Fresh Clean Eggs 18 to 18cts Hens 14cts Gooses 7Cts Ducks i2j cts Geese Sets Turkeys 14 to iscts Just received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot B B Nortlicott J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3L RestdeBce Phone 3L LANCASTER KY Mound City Palata any cost a trifle bultCXC JBore ttS rtrN MARKSBCKi Mark Goins sold a mare to Walter Perkins for 250 Mr Noah Mircee was ia Lexington the first of tin week Homer Pence fc at Sticford court a horse fur 185 Miss Elizabeth Bryant of Danville was at home Saturday M Jolm Prewit has returned from Mtdisou where he JutS been on inessMr and Mrs Poynter went to tersville last week to be with his me tier who is sick Mr Ruben has returned from a short visit to his partnts Mr and Mrs M F Rout Lexington Mss Burgess and Mss Margaret Bubinson went to Harrodsburg Fridaj visit sirs Mary Spillman Rev W L Martin of the Theolog i 1 Seminery Lmiisville preached two very interest ing sermons Sunday Mrs Robert Hurapueys and daugh ter Mirjraref have returned home after a two weeks stay with Miss Man ChcsLut Miss Kay Mrs Chal mrs have returned from Furida where they have been spend fug the winter The Ladies Worki ig Society will uifeti at he residence of D S Swope next Thurday The president de sires a attendance of the mem berg Mr and Mrs Cable of and MS H XT R ibinson were at Rich inoud a few week visiting Mr and Mrs Frank R i isoti Mr Cable and wife also his mother atBroadhead s The Demon of TheAir is the germ of LiGtippe iht brinks suffering to thousands Its after tff weakness nerv ousness lack of appetite energy sir i ambition Kith disordered liver am kidneys The greatest need then it Electii1 Bitters tube t liidid tunic blood regulator of Stom ach Liver and Kidneys Thousand have proved that they wouderfull fetrengthen the nerves up tin syjtem and restore health and spirit after an attack of Grip If suffeiiiir try Quit 50c Per fet satisfaction guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m Mr George Anderson sti 1 rontinu illMr George Anderson had you borse to die Sunday J and wife spent Sui day with Mr and Mrs C M M s Tom Lcmay is visiting hr daughter Mrs D Lemay of Bourne Miss M iry Mtitin of Lexington w the guest of Mr and Mrs C M ly Saturday Wis Mabel Crutchfi Id and cnuxii M ss Grace Whit and brother Jim of INicholasvi le were the guest of Mr and Mrs I M Crutchfield Saturday Mi s Lula B CrutchnVld of Lancs ter was with home fol Saturday an SundayMisses Alvas Mrtealf Lzi Naylo and Docie Metcilf accompa Led Mr WltT Henry attended preachirs Scptts Fork and were the u Dais l innii Preston Mss Gertrude M Queary of Jessa mkie was a visitor of Miss Flora Lee Witey Sunday 3 Miss Lyda Riney of Lancaster wa the guest of her aunt Mrs Irene Pre ton Saturday Mr and Mrs Lge MrMillion spent Sunday with their father Mr Johi Bay Worse Than Bullets Bul t have often caused less suffei jag to soldiers than the eczema L Harriman Burlington Me got in the army and suffered with forty year But Buckleus An ica Salve tured me when all else failed he writes Greatest healer for Sures Ulcer Burns Cuts Wounds Bruise and Piles 25caf R E Roberts 1m 1200000 Mr Luther Guthrie of Beaufort N C spent money in employing doctors to cure bis wife from continual headache Hewrites One bottle of Cardui did my wife more good than she has taken for ten years past She suffered with headache for ten years and I had spent 30000 for doctors bills for her but did her any good J j j bug bus Car quite Rut t Jeul ill and G Hither full days llst tilted breathed i I cs re purifier and Mild Ii tIm ONK a Sanders b at V Boils freely p 3- tE TA S J r Cars goo M Mote IMob guest anything had nothing f t h I Take CARDU Sheers taken two botttol of Cardui and it has done two thousand dcBars 2000 worth of good Just as long as it is made I shall haw Cardui in my home Ffr aHiorms of female headache sideache pain in limbs dizzy feelings dragging etc Cardui been found to b nit iffectual remedy Dont wait tilyou alrun down Try Cardui at aeasations once SaId ij wt k her hike1 dots has are Z46 Y a Claims Allowed by the Fiscal Court OF GARRARD COUNTY At the regular term of the Garrard County Fiscal Court began and held ii the Court House in the City of Lar sister Garrard County Ky on the Vpril term 1910 Present Hon A D Ford Judge J P Bourne Jesse Parks I is ordered that the forpgolru alai be paid as set out oppu i e th lamas Vylle 8 W 2 days hauling on road 3 00 acct lumber W- Vylle Rhodes 2 days hauling on road 3 CO Vilson J C 6 same 9 GO Vulker A K 2 days viewing road 2 00- Vorrell V T 6 days hauling on road Ivy 10 9 00 same 1 W- Villlams W I supplying paupers Tr 10 00 Villeford NL 4 days hauliugoii road Ivy10 C 00 same 3 f0 iccker Ballard Co AcctTr 27 00 tradley Gilbert Co Acct Levy 1910 62 CO tastin Telephone Jonu Bros Acct Tr 105 Hj cntral Record 25 25 Jurrcy Davidsiin same 95 Clliott Acct pauper Levy 10 56 71- tJstes Milt 1 day hauling on road levy 10 JotgerFranki ame 300 fniii Mary K 3 same 4 6C ord A 1 Acct Stationery 15 10 tames Ed Inspalicy J 20 ligghn Jennie Acct stationery 15 00 ludson Banks Acct 160 0 lamiltou J W Acct for Board Supervisors summons 6 0 HTicnstcr Lumber 7tflg Co 1MZl LriMTeI J B C days hauling on road levy 10 9 00 Same dynamite and fuse 3 10 eavell L B C das hauling on road Ivy 10 9 Ot Jreviit John 1 same restuu 4 same 0 Oi itose B C Medical Act on house 15 0 iiuipson Hubert 1 day hauling on road 1 renter Henry 3 4 51 Aalker A K work on farm 75 21 A Judge of election levy io Justin A K same 2 Ot Batson R II same 2 0 troadus K C same 2 ui 3roadus Ctouley Sheriff same 2 0 Jourue Cleveland Clerk some 2 Oo JuivlingGA aourue J P 5 dafs committee tforrk and 8 days sitting in court 3J CO Bourne P expense for Committee to Lex 14 2u Jook W K Judge of election leVy 10 20 Duncan J M same 2 Oi Dunn it Bowling paupT Eason Ed Judge of election levy 10 200 Estridge E K same 2 00 wards AF Clerk same 2 Ot Ford A I holding court 4 Tr Tim Judge of Election levy 10 a 10 Ford B C Clerk ame 2 00 Jregory K P Sheriff election mileage pooch W G Judge of election 20L Jay Sherman same 2 00 Haselden Bros Acct tK 74 Jalcomb B II Sheriff i mileage lerudon U same 2 64 Jeiiry Jas Judge same 2 00 Isou uogau 4 days 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45 oo- lo 5o 3 po 12 oo 37 5o 17 6i A true copy Att J W Cl Joyd Mr is improving Mr VnyJe continues quite sick Miss Alice Snyder and brother are visiting relatives iu Paint Lick Miss Docia 3Ietcalf is visitiljf her cousin Avis Metcalfe of ts place Mrs Kirby Teater spent Saturday with Mrs ef Bryautsyille iss Vernell Ray was of her uncle aunt Mr and Mrs Muse part of last week Miss Ida Teater and Vernele Raj were MTF Pauline Tea ter of Chapt nMoiKlay night Mr Aaron Ray s H a milk cow to Wearen Bros fur 35 he then boojjht from Mr John Hicks a Miss Ida and Zella Sparks were the charming visitors pf MissEihel and Lidar Saturday night and Sunday A Knocker is a man who cant good in any person or thing Its a habit by disordered liver If you teginninjr to see things l to iagnod cle iiK ont process with Mallards Herbine A sure cure fo constipation dyspepsia lion sfclr headache biliousness all liver stomrch bbWel troubles REMcBobeits 1m u 6260 28 00 5 uo hl u 1 4500 Murphy 6 P Bourne 0I150 6900 925 1200 O I 0 W GJI Pat Sutton isa Hughes Bros J I Bourn 8j 1 5 t 2 2 15 50 46 2 fij aN n 45 3 J uL lu g S U IS 6f- WRlker Ross 21 t1 50 20 Of ll 2 31 G C 114 tlOGO 40 I i 5u SJ Vo flS 01 i fltd g J U Z it 5 30 2 ou 1050 4 50 00 G Goo h 62 00 i22 50 1 61 670 2t 00 l 0 lumber 11 riu 50 00 B Cox ll Ot III Bill Coruett Go 00 jJ 600 G tj 5 19 45 E C McWhorter BRay Jl n T Ollkes 7 5U 145 00 I 00 30 00 ewt i I 4tj 00 277 20 2 JO 7u 50 8511 o tips 4 12 00 12 06 0o Lem Testier thE guest Ray the guests or 32 I i ed find t atV r 1dbI 4 r f J S c Cl li r S 7l 5igl f 59 82I S 27 43 50 S eve 50 Kay 73 i 1 319 413 75 31c1Yhorter il lit i S lip 45 y- Y L will t Hill Humber Stalker 1 J It V la Ilam lon irk Newton Grow and one Slm on see eau a rough blue sp2ctacles treatt yo ver sudsg and 00 50 50 rrs5 tq a a 00 ur sy F HER WAY OF It was their first open quarrel tad Leon leading them gently toward It ever since he gave her his last pres ent of all a plain gold ring He was not mean by nature but he had soon realized that a dollar In the courting is worth two in the home We must economize In small things he had said when she smi tingly showed him the house account for the first month with the balance the wrong side she ice cream sodas daily marketing expeditions and he waited until he got home to see the evening paper We must economize In small things he had repeated when tearful ly she showed him the second months accounts and some unpaid bills So she cut out going downtown and orr dered everything over the wire Not having even the manly vice of smo king he could attain no further virtues of economy Then there had come a bright spot In tBeir lives followed by a cloud He noticed that she was making a habit of glancing through the morning pa per before he carried it off to read on his way downtown She is de veloping he had told his mother the next day He heartily approved of who took an interest in public affairs But alas every time he made remark on current topics she said Yes dear when she ought to have said No dear and vice versa What on earth is the good of read Ing the paper if you dont get more out of It than that he grumbled was the first unkind word and she too hurt to explain After that the pa per was still untwisted when he ried it off after breakfast And mean time the accounts were slowly getting better though there was another deficit at the end of the third month We must economize in small things he reiterated Its the Httle things that make the big items in life We mustnt spend one penny Then came the cloudburst one evening when he came home he no ticed a copy of the mornings paper on the table He said nothing about It but when it happsned two three four days in succession he not too kindly made inquiries Where do you get this extra paper every day he asked The man brings two now she Do you mean to say we are an extra subscription for a paper that might as well be printed in Chi nose for all the good you get out of it No wonder you cant keep the house expenses down if thats the way you go about it Why shouldnt I have a paper as well as you she answered His reply was so unlike him that she went back to the kitchen with tears in her eyes and promptly spoiled the dinner This was too much un happiness for one day She threw herself into an easy chair and hid her face in her hands It isnt the news she sobbed when he came to her with quick sympathy for the vanquished It Isnt the news Its the advertisements I was shamed to let you see me reading it when you found I couldnt talk about the things you read about But I do get some good out of 1L I saved a dime those chops you enjoyed so much last night and a whole dollar on that you said was pretty last week you see Its the advertisements they put in every you havent noticed what oetter we get the din ners spoilt and Well Im a he murmured Wash your face and put on that pret ty shirtwaist and well have dinner downtown They now economizing in big things The Oldest Date The age of pristine barbarism or of primitive man seems to recede ever further and further back and what is called the dawn of civilization grows more and more remote Hitherto it has been supposed that the most an dent civilization on earth of which real records had been found could be traced back to B C 3500 This refers to ancient Peru and the culture of Its earliest known inhabitants But the Homiletic Review points out that the professor of ancient history at the University of Berlin Dr Eduard Meyer has been studying afresh the Egyptian on the the Berlin museum He has that the date B C 4141 is frequently cited as that in which the early Egyptian first calculated their solar year from the rising of the star Sirius This is by far the oldest reliable date in the history of the human race A Horse on Sandy Mrs McTavish to her husband who Is off to the fair to purchase a horse How much are ye going tae give for him Donal Mr aboot thirty shillin Why Mrs McTavish Weel heres anither twa shillin You micht as weel get a gold one London Opinion Confidence in Himself A country bridegroom when the bride hesitated to pronounce the word obey to the officiating clergyman Go oh mister it dont matter I can make her A Baby Show In Lancaster wool i have many contest mtp but IiV safe t say that the healthiest babe would the prize No babv can br healthy who suffers from Helms most babies do unless they are kept free front them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly isjtsown nnnjative M ithers dont attempt to raise children Whites Cream Verniifuue Trice 25 lents Sold by R E McRoberts hit j Ion cutout on- o women car- unnecessarily ly- Ing paying 1 on- t Andanddont bargain dayand nowand are monument- in discovered McTavishOch a wi suet wI loon i L a 1 o I r- I IFat some re- Plied shirtwaist food astronomers remarked I ItS GILLS Subscribe for She The RUCOPD Richard Burton sold nice Joan Jiorse t Jiuues Qt heart f 540 Mr and Sirs Prentus Walker hnve been viti inu Mr and airs B Kay Mr Steve Uuheuit sold Dwniel heart a nice IOiatl hos lor SIS5GQ Hie Stars uwse ii visit to our com uiuniiyApil u yiziddenM the Home of M and Ms iiiaut McLul ley by i a cliriiii t little but W B liay svlcl a t ice young huse for SUUUO Ms Lize Reynolds ier M a Wy lie Burton tst Sunday We are ylad to epirl tutt Riebard iiurluii who Las betn very sick Is iu nom to tie of E fdie Fain tn lie 81 a bur Wtlk Miy biiughfc a nice milk run George ut Jessamine foTOi Minnij Teutir of iadison bar jcei visi tug her stater iii s Ida 1Ya The members tf Chap have organ iZjrl a 6iiij i y 6iKu taiuclo at Mhrs hiiuucl couie out slid ne CMI dna aii i a I takejiarb n He ftiHl OUUlldV CilJl 1 v Ulii- M ss 1 Miiie iluoarijf uf E lenlti v s vi i i Mi sad Mrs Jeans Vin Xlll iKit vtfcU- Ve arc ad to reiuirfc that Mrs Joht unuij viu Jiia bs jii very ii ii t G e U ail ICs i as uutJ the 1 r tr 1 brit ti EXCURSIOII 50 lfJ AND RETURN i arr leis visit in patents stir roving vita dos 1 uri IlidtI r ry 3 SUNOAV 1 April 24fti fi SPECIAL TitAi Sb loodioB ffly 558 A B ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PAF7ICULASS Fruit sod TREESfor Orchard Lawn and Garden One Million Strawberry Plants So Agent Free Catalogues H P Hillenmeyer Son Lexington Ky Cream Vermifuge Ornamental Everything HITES 1C j n l r 4 THE GUARANTEES WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CEWARE OF IMITATIONS f THE G2KUINE PREPARED OMLT BT McRoberts Drug W L DOUCLAS t BsllardSnow Lnment Co GT MO 3O0350400 LOJir3 Store- SHOES Ute World UNION MADE I Boys Shoes 200 and 25O BestiR j Fast Color Eyelets Used W L Douglas shoes the lowesi 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 good in every way as those that have pricesIffactories at Brockton and see for yourself how carefully W Douglas shoes are you would then understand why they hold their shape fit better and than other makes CAUTION W L Douglas name and price iatamped on the bottom the against prices and inferior shoes Take Sfo Sutmtishoes are not for sale in your Hail OrderCatalofc J W SMITH are worldTheir shoes yourfootwear Mass L wear W t JOIrllAllft 1 t 1visit7write for THE Bank Trust Co JNCOICPORATKO Capital Stock 50OOOOO- R E McRoberts Pres Banks Hudson Vice Pres R I Burt nV ce J W Elmore Cashier D A Thomas Ast Cashier R L Elkin BookKeeper Comparative statement grovctli Individual Deposits January i 1907 1653474 January 1 1908 9491696 January i 1 909 i 1645236 Jan I 191O 13564758 f Garrard tl pet e 6 G t t r f 4 t t oft s e d tr 1 J j Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DENXV esideat J E STORES Vice Prest- S C DENXV Cashier J F Robinson Asst Chslrr Eubry Bookkeeper Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E SCormes S C Dennv J Wl Williams THEN fion l Bank It T DIRECTORS L Gill I t 0 t Cm Irf4 i i k1 t f1 1jl Tlll- S S Illt THEY will not burn Win pot split or curl like wood shingles not crack and roll oaf slate Wilt not rip at the seams like plain tin Neither will they rattle during high wind storms They never need repairs and last as long as the building And last of all they make the handsomest roof and are not Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa Theres only one satisfactory way to the fence question And that way Is to get the best gg A fence LJ builu to If it eeef- cttrfse as much as fc docs it could Eileaay better cship and iC method of construction thtinskes Peerless Fence 30 strcnc Peerless fence it cclii sacst exr t r3 bet if it is Pot now on sate in your town your dernier can ARE FRE expensive eilce ugn settle 1 tim thej n- oj stand Itsthe tatcriat ad et tile scio1 1 u c4j ov Jr 1bI j rn cy 4 V l Afff ga itioryoI I3crsi J 7 to your ouY lldshl1ai3itoa Feeries PROOF i fi Seia fiF 111QisTh ij a aiT cSa7y7iIor 1r8 z lcrcr tGl h pr r efe vtoselt what hebaa tosucs hutycaareboau4 Interest and net 1rx 41 null i Pe less Wire Corene fJuy maim i i Isalt For sale by Conn Bros Lancaster Ky r President 1J WALKfllt IAcflIJS r J S Jortxsox Vice Prest atl arwv r ORGANIZED 1883 Tb NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KF 50003 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier V O PIOKKY Asst ishr G 0 Bookkeeper J 1 WALKKU Ji Asis B Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Allen Iron DIRECTORS J S Johnson R P Hudson T M Ani AirX Gib Lewis L Walker C A Arnold WHY NOTHAVE YOUR NttW Office National Bmk of Lancaster Phone 31 a TIZEN I CAPITAL IV ALE per P g i t J J Walker r I fO LIFE INSURED r r P lUIQa x lien YOU t- I a l r a 1 1 iZLEY BAStLEN t wan TheeCEI1TRALc I IRECORD MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality Horse and Jack Cards Prices r ijy WE SELL I BUTTRICK PATTERNS rr lT Pi s x F psing 1910 WeWantto Sell T7 You P 4 J r1 tl The outlook for the heavest Spring trade is very promising We are after our share and have purchased in large quantities at rock bottom prices which enables us to give our customers the benefit Remember we keep t 1 J rn Goods Shoes Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks Etc What ever you are needing in Ladies Wearing can supply you We continue to believe in honest values at low prices May we expect you this season he Joseph Mercantile Company Dry Apparelwe I il I I rT I 1 Gossip About People vg N A Brief Mention of the Ccmln s nd Goings Ly Those 1t Are Interested a E P Brown was a recent visitor in Cvntbiana Frank B Marksburv is in Chicago on a business tiip Miss RHa Arjcld left Sunday for a vsit to Lexington- Mr Billy Burton leaves Saturday for Richmond Ya Mrs Dunn of Danville Is here vis iting U M Ballou Dr T A is at home after a business trip to Lexington Miss Sue Ella Jones of Danville is visiting the Misses Ilamuis Mrs Eiizibeth Denny of Lexington is visiting Mrs G P TerriJl Miss M iv Davis left Thursday for a stay with friends In Somerset Miss Willie B Lo scleu of Junction Citv is isitinjr Mss Edna Mason Miss EtJgeiiii Dennv of Lexington is the guest of Mrs W I Williams Jrs A B Brown has been upon the sick list bat is now convalescent Miss John Lee Elkin of Danville is wIMi Mr and Mrs T S E kin for a Mrs J B Bourne has returned from a TisiJ to Mrs K Warner of Stan ford Miss Mary Cliy Williams a number of her young friends at a party The Misses Gill were hostess for the Chautauqua Circle Wednesday after noon Mrs John MaGee of Danville has been with her daughter Miss Mae Mrs Mary Stagner of Richmond was here for of Mr John TraylorMiss Zimmer is at home again after a pleasant visit to Cincinnati friendsMrs Belle Perkins has been with her daughter Mrs Crit Eubanks of Stanford Miss Lotlie Webb of Lexington has been the recent guest of Mrs Banks HudsonDr II Ross of Frankfort visited Miss Melissa Harnm at Uyattsville this week Mr Hume Griggr of Richmoud his accepted a position as clerk at the Kengarlm Little Anna Dullins of Point Leav entertained a few of her friends Friday afternoon Mrs J H Kennedy and daughters of Richmond attended the funeral of Mr John Traylor Misses Eunice and Bessie Pratlifer were visitors o Paint Lick from until Monday Mr Robert Kennedy of Lexington visited Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson Saturday and Sunday Mrs James A Royston entertained the Chatiuqua Circle Wednesday af trnoon of last week Miss Letitia Lusk of Caldwell Col 1 l1 r Arum visit W JI Gee the funeral Saturday t z r Mrs Ii 4 entertained f 3 f f ells I h T 4 r lege Danville is a week end guest of Miss Mary Clay Williams Misses Mamie and Katie May Dick erson of Buckeye have been recent guests of Miss Bessie Brown Miss Frankye Kauffman is at home from several months visit to her cousin Miss Van Greenkaf of Richmond Mr and Mrs W B left Sun day for a visit to their daughter Mrs Hoy Asa Ilaynes of Hillsboro Ohio Dr II C T Richmond and Miss haute Arnold of Louisville were guests of Miss Katie Simpson Sunday Miss Mamie Dunn and brother and T J Price visited Miss Birdie McClure of Stanford last week Miss Miry Arnold and guest Mrs Andrew Tanner have returned from a pleasant stay with Richmond friends Mrs Emma Kauffman is at home again after a protracted isit to Mr and Mrs John Greenleaf of Bicfc tuond Mrs J E Claunch of Somerset and Mrs Logan Wood of Danville visited their Mster Mrs J M Mount hist Sat urday Mrs Ed C Gaines had as her visitors for the Transylvania Presbytery Mrs Lee Rue aud Miss Elizabeth Tunis of DanvilleMrs B Marksbury left Sun day for a visit to her fiiend and Mrs Roy Asa Haynes ot ooro Ohio Mrs P n Williams and little daughter Sarah of been recent visitors of Mr and Mrs A II Bastin Little Henry Thomas Hatcher is spending this week in the country with his grand parents Mr and Mrs H Judge R A Bumside is at home for a recuperative stay having met with quite a painful accident while on a fishing tip Mrs Richard Ware returned Sunday to her home in Cincinnati a vis it of some length to her sister Miss Myeis Miss Carrie Bell Romans celebrated her 10th birthday Saturday by giving a party to a number of her little friends and school mates Mr and Mrs R E Henry visited Mr and Mrs Win Jones of and Mrs C M Richardson of Lex ington the past week Mrs John Barton and interesting children of Sublatle 111 came Sat urday for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John Walters Mrs A Howard Rice who has been visiting her mother Mrs II A B Marxsbury leaves this week for a visit to Mrs Andrew Rice of Boyle The R T Bible class accompanied by their beloved teacher Elder Tin der cnj eyed the Sunday School Con vention at Stanford Tuesday and WednesdayAnnouncement cards have been re ceived by Lancaster friends telling of the anival Lee at the home of Mr and Mrs Coleman Lee of London Ky Mesdames John Quisenbery ard Overstreet of Danville were with Mrs Fred P Frisbie for the Womans Missinnary Society of the Transylvi nia Presbytery Messrs W I Williams and James A Beazley enthusiastic Sunday School workers were in Stanford Tues I I 1 I f 1 son Stormes j Hills BarbourviJle have C PoUnd Lou I I I of G Moran I I I schoolmate after Sallie Winchester day and Wednesday for the Sunday School Convention Mrs Jeff Dunn of Lexington is visiting Mr John K We t and ram ily Mesdames J L Grundy and John Brewer of Lebanon were entertained bv Mrs John for the Wo mans Missionary Society of the Tran sylvania Presbytery Mrs John E Stormes was hostess I o the Tuesday Afternoon CJub at her home on Richmond avenue Choice refreshments were served by this gra cious and popular woman Mr and Mrs W O Goodloe Mrs T B Ramsey and Mrs Sable McCor mack have returned from a four years stay in the South Mr and Mrs Goodloe will probably locate in Lan caster Miss Julia Bickett of Lebanon Ky has accepted a position in this office Miss Bickett comes highly recom mended as a newspaper lady and we hope that the public will appreciate our efforts to improve the CENTRAL RECORDElder and Mrs F M Tinder enter tained at a 6 oclock dinner Monday in honor of Mr Marion Stevenson a noted Sunday School worker Mr and Mrs WI Williams and Mr and Mrs Henley V Bastin were also honored quests with Mr Steverson Miss Mabel Mason entertained the sewing society at her beautiful coun try home near Richmond last Satur day Among those present were Mesdames Jennie West U D Simp son D W Bridges and Misses Helen and Martha Gill Katie Simpson and Miss Brashear The following ones were in attend ance at the C W B M and S S Convention in Stanford the 19th and 20th Mesdames R E McRoberts W A Price Samuel Embjy James B Kiunaird J R Mount Wm Lear Emma Kauffman M D Hughes ma lligginbotham W R Cook and J A Amon Misses Margaret and Joan Mount Mrs B F Walter entertained in formally Monday at a six oclock din ner in honor of Mrs E D Potts and Miss Eugenia Denny of Lexington The epecially invited guests were Mrs Henry Clay Jennings Mrs Mattie P Frisbie Mrs M D Hughes and Mrs Arthusa Currey A most app3tizng menu was served and the many courses included at the dinner showed Mrs Walter quite an adept in the cul inary art The Misses Grants as newspaper re porters request the people of the city and county to ring telephone 305 and furnish them the names of guests society notes stock and farm items marriages and deaths all such news will be reported to both daily and local newssheets the personal and visiting list being especially reserved for the use of Lancasters news the CENTRAL RECORD Card of Thanks We take this method of thanking our friends for their kindness shown us in the death of our husband and fatherMrs S A Broadus and family I I I E Stormes Sallie Elldn EmI Sallie Elkin chronicle WOOl is the time to prepare to I PAINT your house ffiJ tmfi1tf raJmlrm OW RE= We have every thing necessary and the very best that can be bought Come to us for your Paint and Varnish Frisbies Drug Store ilIil ji1Jffif iif1 1 4 Highest Market Price R GOTT COw 8c General News The strike of the employes of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company which began February 19 was settled last week Earthquakes in Costa Rica have caused a loss of over 1000000 No loss of life is reported There were 207 business failures dur ing the week ending April 14 against 240 in the previous week The Oberholdt Distillery near Som erset was destroyed by fire at 5 oclock Monday morning a loss of 5000 was entailed It will probably be rebuilt in the fall State Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin announced last week He would be a candidate for the Republi can nomination for State Auditor at the next State convention The subsidiary companies of the United States Steel Corporation will increase the wages ot a large majority of its 225000 employes May 1 This will increase the payrolls about 9000000 a year A boat containing seventeen women who were on their way to the annual fair at SatorajaUjeely Hungary was capsized while crossing the river bod rog Fourteen of the party were drownedGov of Tennessee in his candidacy for renomination by the Democratic party for Governor issued a long statement defending his action in pardoning Col D B Cooper convicted of the murder of Senator E W Carmack Engineers of the United States Geo logical Survey estimate the annul dam age by floods in the United States at 100000000 it is to early perhaps to undertake to prevent or to diminish this immence loss but its very magni ture invites a serious study of means prevention and the recent misfort une of France may lead to pracital work that will serve as an object les son to Americans President was hissed at the con vention of the National Amarican Woman Suffrage Association in last week The President had been invited to deliver an addressand in the course of his remarks disaprov ing the proposition to give women the right to vote he said he was afraid the undesirable class would control sho uld the privilege be granted This was followed by a chorus of his ses from all parts of the hall The Pres ident rebuked his audience with a sha rp thrust Later on he said his had not been hurt Mr K S Trimble Oklahoma City Okla says 1 gave a friend of mine a sample of your Bourbon Poultry Cure he said it was fine and handed me a dollar and told me to have you send him two bottles Sold by J R Mount Son 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 turnpike at 1000 for mares and 20 for jennets to insure living colts Mammoth Kings measurements are 34 inches from tip of nose to top of head inches from tip to tip 121 inches from tip of nose to root of tail 68 inch girth 22 inch forearm 18 inch knee 10 inch below knee at smallest place 19 inch hock 16 inch around hoof at hair Will also stand a five gaited regis tered saddle stallion 15 hands high Will furnish breeding and particulars laterCare takeu to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Money due when mare or jennets trad ed or parted with or bred to other stock Grass furnished at 200 per month for mares or jennets from tance Phone in residence Burdett Ramsey J announcing r Taft utterance 3414 adis Washington feelings Lancaster r k4 sel four bacon to Currey tf Just openedjeshJoJi of Lowneys Candy 34tf R Zimmer Hawawian pine apple iicj tl kinds of fresh veget week tf PbojaeJ99f ling in the grocery 24tf our Curreys Conn pond 50c 415St pd tand Cane seed at We handle thejajnous Red Cross brand of ee Turner 24tf The best c on Highest paid for coun try produce Lee Turner 24tf Special prices oi Buggies Harness i f P Conn Bros j Cutting Harrows CJrn Planters J prices Conn Bros Pure T yanedotteggs for sale at 50d of 15rv Button 426t Marksbury Ky Get our pflcTevwff save you anything we handle tf Conn Bros Hemp seed wanted Call my and will for all you raise this Marksbury422tf Dont buy until you get W J Romans It it is a cut W J Romans If you Journal Success GoflapJoaiion or any magazine see Mrs fJu 3t The Society a flower sale at beginning April the 9th and continuing for two or three weeks 42tf The public yi cordial Invited to which is cymplej Sold on a gu S C Rhode Island Reds exclusively won 1st at Lofciaxille Frankfort and Bowling Qjreen EggST 50 iSo and 100 D i5 Range per 5 3 00 Hill s Lancaster Ky R F D No s phone 391G 318St Do to ermine the large stock ojp pa per prices offered Dy A E Gibbons Danville Ey 4222 For Three building lots east side of Stanford Street in Mrs Rig G B BtJbinscn Danville Ky As Executor R M West Or attorney W 1 Williams 42 4t Three choice Jersey bills bv 70770 whose dam days and fold atXuctlon foj SOO 00 These tol8 months old from neaxx JHffking dams solid colors and splendid individuals Toles F Walker Point Leavell SEND YOUR JOB WORK TO THE CENTRAL I r YOULL tT IN TmS COLUMN Try f at Cur all a Fresh 34tf line Bu ace tr- I Fis e n Cow fl rvPfant ins mark etc roM special tf I I etng MrS B I can I moneyon I at contraCt will u year Largest Surries and phaetons Lap ou I have It tom Iome Fro er Sale Baptist id ow tore 50cts OO A not all an get low Sate fron ginboth A address OFFICE I F1ND a very LowneyeCanf atZimmers vrner chick nfeedat the Peas Banks lu sons a fullyguarmto d WJ ten ays- If Cultivato sRo leEtt trite per I a office stock of Buggies e vs ow n ter ypr ems car w want nd 5l wan Brown wt have call and ins ect my e of sl ere everyi sped ee 4 t for fail Mermaids Rioter Lad made 21 1 nd 12 z o utter is 7 cal es from Bye NfCOAD 9 fl v IJI I DIRECT I I Flour FROM THE Mill 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 valuableBANKS HUDSON In The Land of Now withf 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 special price on a complete barn bill Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing 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 Screens Etc Also Rough and Dressed Lumber Laths Cement Estimates furnished on bills promptly THE CRESCENT LUMBER CO Incorporated Danville Phone 600 DANVILLE Kr account Ji 1nA 14 1tI1fIJr A A I III II II II I I Ii I I e C Window G I iuwuwsI- t Ec c c RVny Iwan GE1lTnH EGOnD sae The 1 lfA t MANUFACTURING ENGRAVE1tS I sReasonaWeas IPrices QHite Codsistentwidt t Fyy WOOD i LI J i Ir SILVER I Son of Far Wood IfiTSC record 235 brother to Nor Wood 212 sire of tady Constantino 212 Forist 212 and eight others Son of Nut Wood 60 record 2lf4 sire of Manager 20flf Lock Heart 2tty4 Addle D 2104 and 105 others Nut Wood COO record 218J- Son of Itelmout M- Silver Wood 1st dam Princes by Vatican 2 29J 113C8 he by Vatican dam 10 Far Wood 1G7 6 record 1st dam Nora Wilkes dam of No Woodi12J Nora Wood il Nora Wilkes By Geo Wilkes 519 222 i I Nut Wood 600 record 218J dam Win Russell dam of Maud S 20sjf F41 W ud 2 7 Belmont Gl Ham bldouim 22 Is Sliver Wood should make one of the greatest stock horses in Kentucky 1st because he is backed up by sire nnd dam of the best blood that can be found All good horses run back to these families of 2nd because he is one of the grandest looking 5 year old horses i ever saw lIe is 15JJ hands high good bone fine style and finish black and white feet and sliver tall He is just good broke to harness j had no work for speed but he can show a 240 gnU any time with all around high true action Each day the market calls more clearly for true high and balanced action clear hot and beauty and Silver Wood lies them all and 1 cant see why he should not make Kentucky more famous by his get Silver Wood will be kept during the season of 1JIO at my stable in Ltin raster Ky and will be permitted to serve 30 good mares at the very low price of 1250 to insure a living colt I am prepared 10 care for stock from a at reasonable price but no responsibility assured for accidents or escapes of stock coin inittcd to my care horsc I I I I distance NABOTH JRNabothJrJs a rich red bay 9 years old find full 16 hands higluwclghs 12ii pounds and is a horse of wonderful bounty having a Ion rangy neck cud currying u line tail He is H i erfeet Suited horse with superb ail round action and like nil sons of old Nubutli lie lias great natural speed in harness and a greater racking iHrse CUll not be found in the State of ICentisuky I dealer in fancy horses for ten yeirs furnisliinf them for all the markets ii this country avd I am anxious to encourage Uio breedrs of horses to continue to raise better ones As generally known there Is u scarcity of good hordes and those suitable for the Eastern If the breeders would raise Number one horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires Naboth Jr beyond all doubt is a horse that will produce that type of horses that the market demands for which the public is willing to pay lifjih prices I purchased this great stallion at It fancy price because he has size style action beauty and breeding I had this horse worked 50 days and he stepped inUu in 2HO If like begets like you can get the kind of horses by breeding to Xahoth Jr You will nole that this Stallion lies the blood of Old Naboth Hambletonian 10 Old Messenger Chief ited Wilkes George Vilkes Manbrino Chief Pilot Jr and Harry Clay PEDICURE By Nuhoth 100IG2I9i He by Waldhitfliani 2IGC sire of Latitude 219J4 and several others in the list Walsingham by George Wilkes Old Xaboths Jlrst dam Tinsel l y Messenger Dnroek 100 son of llarubletonian Second dam Hess sister to James Howell Jr by llainbletoniiin Third diun Jessie Say re by Harry Clay 15 fourth dam by Liberty son of Lance by Eclipse Xaboth Jrs First darn by Messenger Chief Jr by Old Messenger Chief Second dam by Cri Davis by Ited Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred NabothJr will be k pt during thesenson of 1U10 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted mares very low 00 to insure I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices but no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of stocK committed to my care NOTICE Xahoth Jr is the sire of the colt that won the 100 champion colt stake also the sire of the winner of the yearling stake at the Lancaster Fair 1103 t I beentt fllllCY prices d aid Ii il I right I J I Ii tiutet lean to serve at the price l5 living colt l I a have market lurluig young V B BURTON LANCASTERII K UCkY I afWl NT REX ARBUCKLE 1467 Great Combined Stallion MMM CM MCCOCC 0 OOCiOOOO09000 0 P OOO X IMMQOC 0 00 Season of 1910 Wilkes Boy at 800 Napoleon 2000 for and 1000 for mare John Morgan Jr at 1000 3 other good Jacks at 800 a piece They will all stand at my barn 1 mile south of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster turnpike Phone 138G T O HILL Buckeye Old Fashion Corn Meal is made on genuine French Burs from Sound Clean Corn The life of the Meal is not burnt out in the grind ing and is guaranteed to give satisfaction Creamery Butter is made from pure cream by modern methods and is the best that money can buy If your grocer does not handle Creamery 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 ap predate your patronage Henley V Bastin at the Creamery Will make the season of 1JIO at J N Denny farm 4 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike at 20 for a Living Foal DENNY BROTHERS Lancaster oocOO OOQQOO y I I X X i 2 I I coo DO I I I 3rdat I I jennet I I I I I I I f1H liD II UOIIOUIOUOOClClODOO OJ flt fl t t tSt SJ S111S1 1S1 S1S S1S I i s s I is- I I 1 I i i 1 I S s I 1S- QS111S11 S 1S lJ1 S11S S11 tr tr dlSSS SSSfl 1 XQOQ a xoocIoo oooooooox oo4soooo oQeooc 4oo 2 I I Farm and Stock Judge Ford sold a boise to Taylor Eaney for 225 There is room for more sheep on all well Drained farms For successful farming it it neces sary to have the help of improved ma t Tens is nnwsfil to lead all the oth er States union in the matter of turkey culture Mr Robert Thrmpsnn bought the fine stallion Red Leaf for 5oo and will stand bim tills season Three essentials of success in poul try raising are good housing perfect sanitation and judicious feeding Many a of eggs has been spoiled by making the nest on the floor where the wind can come up through the cracks under the old mother hen Farmers would make more out of poultry if they kept more hens and tbose of a more profitable kind also keep too many that have passed the profitable age which is two years The old ones should be constantly sent to the market and young ones brought up t take tbeir pTaces J H Caldwe a farmer near Spar tanburg S C broke up an acre of ground with 800 charges of dynamite toe explosive being used instead of a plow Mr Caldwell claims that blasting land with dynamite is the best method for subsciling and that of the C I chi nery setting They it can be done more cheaply than by manual labor Account should be taken of the rein thin which kind of manuer sustains to the kind of soil Cohessive and bind ing manures are most suitable for open sands manures of open texture for siff clay those that readily at tract and retain moisture for dry soils dry strawy and turfy manures fur wet or clayey soils and those of slow decomposition for bun gry gravels There are cows that possess about nil the qualities we ever expect to find in a cow but are scarce and hard to find The man who gets a cow of that sort had bet er bold fast to her he has found a jewel But are few cows that do not have a number of good qualifies and the thing to do is to try until we find the cows we like best and which are best adapted to our purpose This is not difficult to do A little in tills line will do it and when we have done it we are really ready for business Uncle Allen To my mind said Uncle Allen Sparks theres nothing strange in the popularity of what they call the visible typewriters Everybody that writes anything nowadays wants to see it in print just as soon as he can Mrs Leachman Fillmore led says Please send bottle of your Bourbon Poultry Cure as soon as possible This remedy bas been to me as the best poultry re known Sold by J R Mount heat ilg got d they ere experimenting Ella L Son mea recommended i FARMERS COLUMN below this heading is for the exclu sive use of onr farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver use No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only in two issues of the RECORD free of charge j I have 75 acres of to rent for pasture Chas Wood Aduir of Garrett Wood deceased For tons of extra good hay S II Aldridge Ky Phone 339 4 rings Yellow pine lumber 3x4xlCft and 5x6x20ft ard 24 ft J M Farra Mgr LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS April 20 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 474 2M1 313 Shipments 55 74i OvTTLE Shippers 75 7 3 teher steers extra 7 21 7 50 Ctod to choice 0 50 7 15 Common to fair v 4 00C 25 Heifers extra St 7 Good to choice f 50 Common to fair 3 75 0 25 Cows extra d OOtetS 25 Good to choice 5 85 Common to fair 2 75 5 00 Canners i 2 503 50 Bulls biilognas 5 o 15 Extra C 21 Fat bulls 5 7SC 25 CALVES extra 8 50 Fair to good 50 S 25 Common and large 4 50 50 HOGS good packers and butchers 10 l 15 Mixed packers i OiXef 10 J Stags C 257 25 Common to choice heavy fat sows 0 rVft 8 50 Light shippers 8 So 9 00 Pigs 110 Ibs aud less 7 25 9 CO f 75 Good to choice 6 25 C f5 Common fair JOV S extra 8 ISrtJ S 75 Good to choice 8 25 S tW Common to fair 6 50 S 00 Monday is court day Dont fail to get tagged House moving and Raising a special ty Best references Box 403 Tele phcne 1G J II Baldwin Danville Ky 422St pd A Race Irate doctor finding bottle of rivals didnt you tell me you were taking this wretched stuff Patient Well it was my missis sir She says Ill dose you with this and doctor hell try his stuff and well see whichll cure you first 14 of Pounda Week at least is what a young Daby ought to gain in weight Does yours If not theres someth ing wrong with i s digestion Give it McGees Baby Elixir and it will begic gaining at once Cures stomach and bowel troubles aids digestion stops fretful ness good for teething babies Price 25c and 50c Sold by R E McRoberts 1m I As Close as Possible George wanted to get closer to na ture observed Harrigan and his new automobile enabled him to do so Ah rejoined Edlis you saw him spinning through the country did you No but I saw him under the machine flat on his back a Trolley Car Runs Amuck A trolley car left the tracks in Nash yule Tenn and struck a line of poles laying 60 of them flat ceasing its activity Farmers should eat more oatmeal Although the farmer of today is able to buy almost anything wants to wear or to enough attention to foodValues when comes to his own table If he has been watching the exten sive researches and experiments on the question of the human for muscle and brain he will heed the advice from all sides to eat more Oats is mentioned because it is recognized in this and Europe as the best of all oatmeals farm hands on Quaker Oats means getting more out them than if you them on anything else For hot climates it is packed in hermetically sealedtins coe 000 oo all oao aGog II a 00 000 OUCCO OOCKOO 040aoaOOCllllOOO grass land Sale3 Hyatt vme For Sale I r ti Ji Ii 15 1 5 I ti I l ShEEP extra I I COLA medicineWhy 1 I I I I I telephone before Quaker Oats I I I J pace 71 235 6 6 d 61- uc Sale of Acccunts As Trustee in Bankruptcy of the John U Pots I will sell to the highest bidder for cash all unpaid accounts due said Potts estate on M nd jy County Court day at 10 oclock a IP in front of the Court House door iu Lancaster Ky R L Ekin Trustee BUCKEYE Mr J O Bogie has been confined to his room several weeks with rheuma tism Mrs John Teater who suffered a stroke of paralysis several weeks ago is reported some better Master J W Burton was the guest of ills grandparents Mr and Mrs John P Long of Ccttouburg last weekMisses Katie Mae and May me Dick son visited relatives at Lancaster Sat urday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Hatiley Kurtz viited relatives in Mercer last week Mrs Raymond Ray was the guest of Mrs Robert Long of Stone Fiiday nightMiss Nora Long of Cotnnhurg has been visiting her biser Mrs R I Burton Mrs Luther Miy entertained a number of her fiijuds very pleasantly Sunday The Call Of The Blood for purification finds vtice in pim pies boils sallow complexion a jaun diced look moth patches and blotches on the skin all uns of liver trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try them 25c at R E McRoberts 1m PAINT LICK Misses Mayme and Lua McWhorter who are attendidg school at Rich mond visited their homefolks from Saturday till Tuesday Master George and La Fone Wilson who have been quite sick of whooping cough are bcth improving Mr W O LaceSeld and Currey Rice of Berea spent Sunday with Mr and Mrp G W Rice Miss Nancy Terry of Richmond vas the guest of her parents here last SundaySunday school will he reorganized for the summer at Wdlnutti next SundayMrs Nannie Kemper of George town Obi returned to her home last Sunday accompanied by Mr and Mrs W G Kemper as far as Louisville Mr Hume Giijgs the popular clerk at Kengarlau hotel Lancaster was the guest of relatives here last week Mr and Mrs A B Estridge have returned froma trip to Harrodsburg Mr and Mrs H T Bonny of Waco spent several days last week ith Mr arid Mrs I C Rucker Mrs George Ballard has for her trimmer this season Mrs MaHpin of Richmond Ms Lucian ai tended the funeral of her brotherinlaw at Boon ville last week M I C Rucker who has been quite sick i able to be out again Burglar In hard Luck A Bristol Eng burglar got more than he expected in his last It was stated in court that a Miss Sarah Williams saw the prisoner entering her bedroom one night and jumping out of bed she rang for a companion and a servant The three women tackled the burglar giving aim a sound thrashing during which he howled for mercy He was sent to prison for seven years KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discove estate of I Treadway WITH expedition FOR OUCHS OLDS PBICE BOc FreeThai OB MONET REFUNDED R E McRoberts Drug Store AND ALL nlROATAND LUNGUOUB- LELCARMEED SATISFAITOR r Ovutd by B BurtonI J J W J II7aL2fL ti IA j T A V 18 1 LtIL IA1C11eSS ot NaLjot1i Great Exposition Being Planned for Southland Resources cf the Appalachian Moun tain Region to Be Displayed to World A great exposition to exploit the resources of the Appalachian moun tain region included in the states of Alabama Georgia North and South Carolina Kentucky Tennessee Vir and West Virginia will be held in Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 next The movement has been organized purely in the interest of letting the outside world know what is included in these mountains The possibilities for developing untold wealth are seemingly unlimited It is with a view to attracting the of the people of these Appa lachian states as well as of the en tire nation to these opportunities and possibilities that this exposition is to be held In additicn to the and industrial sides however there will be many amusement fea tures and the historic grandeur of the Appalachian territory will be told in panoramas tableaux spectaculars and by other means that will prove highly interesting and entertaining The whole plan will be to arouse a new interest in the Appalachian anti bring the people of the Appalachian states closer together That the exposition will be a success is already assured antI more than 300000 visitors are expected during the four weeks it continues Horses Mules and Cattle Are Raised Appalachian Mountair Region Affords Abundant Opportunities The Appalachian region is in America as a home for establishments The winters are not too rigorous and summers heat is tempered by breezes wafted from mountain ranges and foothills into the fertile valleys lying between Cattle from this region are shipped to Balti more and exported commanding high est prices in European centers The Tennessee mule is second to none not even the Missouri or Kentucky mule Not so large as the Missouri animal the Tennessee product combines all the good qualities of the wouldbe rivals and excels them in durability stamina and as a Least of burden for allaround general purposes Mountain ranges in profusion make the Appalachian the ideal section for sheep most profitable and much neglected industry While Kentucky is the home of the thoroughbred and justly proud of tier reputation the pacing steed marvels of the grand circuit are the of the eld sidewheeler pacer used by devcut circuit riders before the civil war in going from church fchurch in the mountains and valleys of the Appalachian country The Patch Gentry familes of noted racers are the perfected de scendants of those ambling mountain limbers and theres nohins lacking nut the investment of capital by ex perienced men in various lines of stock raising to make this the Mecca of animal industry now but in its in fancyFarmers at last are beginnng to see their opportunities and are taking up the breeding of thoroughbred stock It costs but little more and the returns are invitingly larger In nearly every county seat during the fall race and fairs are held and large at tendance attests the growing of the Interest A more inviting region for the breeder of the thoroughbred and the standardbred horse is not to be found while agriculturally the fertile val leys are a veritable paradise The possibilities of this region not only as adapted to stock raising and mining but to all other pro posed avenues of industry will be fully set out at the Appalachian Ex position to be held in Knoxville Tenn September 32 to October 12 next This will be the greatest expo sition the south has ever known A Bed of Bayonets A certain devotee in India shows his religious zeal by lying on a row of seven bayonets As long as he keeps rigid he is not hurt but when he to move one of his legs the point of a bayonet immediately pierces his skin As the man was trained to per form this feat from childhood no doubt his skin is somewhat thicker than that of an ordinary man Strand I gin a I I I r attention I commercial I territory I I I bleeding raisinga evolution and meetings I agriculture happens I I I unex- celled k EXTRACTS ALL THE JUICE Effective Fruit Press Californiana Invention Has Much tc Rec ommend It A most effective fruit press and stainer is that designed by a Califor sin man It is easy and rapid of and gets every drop of juice from the fruits or berries that are used The press consists of a circular rim with detachate legs When the less are adjusted it makes a tripod A perforated conical shell fits into the rim of the tripod the bottom of the r I operation i I I t cone clearing the table sufficiently to admit of a dish beneath it The fruit f or berries are poured into the shell ant a conical cap that just fits inside tl3 shell is pressed down through the contents The juice that is thus j squeezed out of the fruit drips through t i perforations of the shell into the dish below and a few twists of the cap suffice to drain the stuff as dry as i it can be gotten The cap is and can be filled with sand or water or some weighting substance if so that own weight will cause it to settle and do the work I I I hollo I its desired fliF JLr 1q t UIHQ rtttt1 r i i 1 UIL A poultice of salt mixed with the white of an egg makes a powerful drawing poultice for a felon As a drink for sore half a pint of boiling water on one tablesponful of black currant jam Strain when cold Give freely To brighten the eyes take occasion ally just before going to bed the juice of half a lemon in a small tumbler of water without adding any sugar to It For coughs and hiccoughs salt In small quantities often allays these distressing afflictions Taken in pinches before retiring will remove tickling in the throat and conduce to sleepAfter the nightly bath Is best time for massage The pores of the skin have been cleansed and opened and the effect of either skin food or cold cream used then seems little less than magical swelling and discoloration apply immediately and bind on a piece of brown paper This is excellent where there are children as the rem edy is always near at hand Massage makes the muscles firm the outline of the features makes the face plump when thin and produces pleasing contours and curves It also maintains the skin and underlying tissues in a healthy conditions and thus prevents pimples and discolorations To Clean Swansdown Swansdown can be cleaned In the following way Tack the strips firmly to a piece ot muslin or calico Make a lather ot soap jelly and water just hot enougn to bear the hand in comfortably and add a teaspoonful of liquid ammonia Place the swansdown in this leave It for a few minutes souse up and down and without wringing put it into lot of suds prepared in the same way If it still looks soiled use a third lot of suds then rinse in clear water and hang in the air to dry grr ing it an occasional shake When quite dry rip it from the muslin and rub the tack gently between the handa to soften it u i i I throatPour t i I I When a person is hurt to prevent I IIm- proves I butter another LOOK AND LISTEN If you want Poiteness Good SHAVES and HAIR CUTS go to HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street 25 years of experience Office Hours OtBce over S turn to 12 to 4 Store B F WALTER DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHOXE 329vT Office over F G furniture store Lancaster Kentucky Ed C Gaines NOTHING WIT LANCASTER KEXTUCKT LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry yoursales Best of references IIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIII CARDS t IIUIUI T ItI1 I p m Stormes Drug r Hurts t T uctioneer I H Clean ss LNSURANCE w ETING- A IF JJorroiv Graduate Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed J E Robinson LAWYER art COUNTY ATTHNET Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court OtUve over Police Court Phone 19 M K Denny E OpticIan f r I DENTIST I IIIOffice over Miss Arnolds Millinery Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted of QUALITY H J PATRICK Dentist All Worfc Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky Dr J B Kinnaird Physican ail SnreM Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone DR Win BURNETT Pfwskan and Surgeon Office over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Photic I Phone22l I I l I 1- t llIJtC L r Cutlers Ware McRoberts 4 30I Sa oes I