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THE CENTRALFrom TJic Land of Now TWENTY FIRST YEn PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From Tiie LmulofSbur LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 29 1910 I NUM13ER4 J lIEC01Wj 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 imoney BECAUSE We help you out of trouble when you are broken down CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky a I c j ti H We would be glad to know that ev ery man who gets into a hole could in J some way come out of It whole Kissing is unknown in Japan It is nut surprising they have been back ward many years in civilization Elder Daniels of Australia will will preach at the Paint Lick church Sunday May 8th at 11 a m and 730 p m That man who enters Harvard at the age of 45 ought to have some bully good times with bis classmate William James Sidis Its still a bit early to pack up for the country but none too soon to plan for is if you have a country place to go to The Woman Club extends thanks to the CENTRAL RECORD those who helped and to those who on tag day We hope this mon ey wisely spent will bring pleasure and comfort ta the people of the town countyFrank Cor The district Sunday School conven tion will meet with the Christian church at Paint Lick next Sunday at oclock Miss Carrie and Mrs Mattie Duncan will i conduct the services Everybody invited to attend Aleck Goins 35 years of age died on Saturday of a complication of at his home in this county 2 miles from town He is survived by a widow and several children The burial followed Sunday in the cemetery When in Danville call at the Cassa dy Studio to get photos taken If you are not good looking we make you good looking If you are good we make you better looking M ill us your kodak work it will be finished in twenty four hours The American public has got accus tomed to calling an automobile station a garage with more or less variety of pronunciation but when it comes to calling an aeroplane shed a hangar just because the English call it that the good old English word shed will have to do Hangar in French isnt so easy to pronounce as it looks Memorial Methodist church of services next Sunday 11 a m and 730 p m by pastor Morning subject The Service of H Day Com munion service Night subject The Soul of Town Sunday school 930 p m prompt Second communion ser vice of church year at McKendree church with quarterly conference Rev D W Robertson Elder May 78 i r r r r itthat r r I Sect II Arnold I I Lan- casterI I I I II r r r Lancaster r r r F r responded afternoon cordially diseases I looking LOGNS EXPOSITIONS OF SPRING STYLES Is without a doubt the largest and finest array 1 of uptodate Apparel for Men andBoys ever i shown in this section of the state Not jj will you find our assortment larger jj you will find the values greater The j styles shown from hat to shoes are absolutely correct On the whole I 3 this great springexhibit should I impress you more than ever Ii stores progressive I ness and the greatness of i our values We cor I dially invite you to j call on Saturday and view the I t i newest fash ions for rr l MEN 7 v i- eMtio c aigi4 H T i i i 1 if i il withthis I 1 t c i t f Y only butt r j f q r xemeseres sasr a ww Mr and Mrs W O Burke of Silver Creek announce the birth of a son Lucian Sanders on April 25th Election of Trustees The Lancaster Graded School must elect two trustees at the regular elec tion Saturday Miy 7 There being a difference of opinion as to certain business matters connected with the school It would be well for the ple of the district to see that suitable men are selected to fill this important place Cards have been received here an nouncing that Victor Stone was mar ried to Miss Eva Prather of The groom ViI be well remem bered here and is a son of Mr and Mrs Robert Stone now of Somerset The bride is the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs W B Prather of Lebanon New Business Mr C D McCarthy and Will Doty Jr have rented the store room next door to Curreys Grocery and have opened a tin and plumbing shop They should make a success as both are deserving young men and under stand the business having been by Haselden Bros for several years We call attention to their large advertisement in this paper and wish them success Fine Horses Go to Virginia About the finest load of horses that ever left Garrard county were shipped to Richmond Va last Saturday by Mr W B Burton to be sold at a sale The average price paid per head was 275 He took 3 nice teams and fine trotters and saddle horses twenty two in all Mr Burton is a fine judge of a horse and has done much towards raising the value of good horses in Garrard county Bass Ball Club Organizes Arthur Joseph and T K Watson have organized the Lancaster Inde pendent Base Ball Club and expect to get their team together in a few days The entire team will be composed of local men with the possible exceptions of a pitcher and catcher The pros pects are bright for a good team and all lovers of good clean athletics are very enthusiastic and hope to see some of the good games like were played here last season Lapsley Dr J T Lapsley the oldest living graduate of Princeton University died at his home in Danville at 430 oclock The funeral was held at the Second Presbyterian church in Danville Wednesday at two oclock followed by interment in Bsllevue cemetery He was licensed to preach in October 1841 and has often been heard by the people of the county at the Presbyterian church He was a good Christian man and made many friends here who regret to bear of his death Tubureutosis A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuburculo sis was held in the Leather Room of the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville at which the newly appointed secretary Mr Eugene Kerner presented an in teresting program for arousing Ken tucky to an active fight against tubur culosisMr Kerner told of the work being done by some of the states in the East and stated that Kentucky is the first state in the South that has shown an active interest in stamping out this White Plague which claims over 6500 lives annually in Kentucky Slipped Out of Jail Sunday night when Jailer Jack Adams was closing the rear cells in the jail Mark Jennings who is held without bond until the next term of court for the killing of George Mc Cowan colored bid behind one of the doors and when Adams passed made Adams immediately no titled the Chief of Police Herron and together they started at once in pur suit catching him about five miles from town near the Fork Church They landed him back in jail we go to press we hear that Jennings cut his throat Wednes day night about nine oclock with a small knife Dr Burnett dressed his wound and reported that while it was a bad cut he thought it would not be fatal Great Man Passsa Away The passing of tbs great humorist Samuel Clemens Mark Twain is heard with deep regret the worldBorn of humble parentage and with only a school education he climbed to the top of the ladder of fame until today like Joel Chandler Harris his position was unique not only in American letters but in the literary world His books are read every where the English language is known His best known book in this country is perhaps Innocents Abroad and his surest title to fame generally believed to be Tom Saw yer Expressions of regret men of letters statesmen lawyers and clergymen and the tributes published are and varied than have been offered upon the death of any other man of prominence in StonePrather employed his escaps LATERAs allover numerous pea Lebanon several Monday common from more ywa War on Consumption The churches of the town have joined in the tight to prevent the spread of tuberculosis One of the largest and most interesting union services ever held in this city coiiven ed at the Baptist church Sunday After the devotional services conducted by the pastors of all the churches the meeting placed io charge of the physicians of the city Drs J A Amon and J B Kinnaird two of the best known men in the profession in central Kentucky addresses upon the various phases of the disease Some of the statements made by the speakers were as follows Seventyfive deaths annually in Garrard county were reported from the disease with onethird of all the deaths between 18 and 45 years of age With 12430 In the State annually the Blue Grass region leading in the mor its causes being sudden change of climate dust damp sunless rooms defective ventilation a lack of fresh air living rooms sputa of consumptives filled with germs and expectorated in public places the spittle of one patient millions of germs Tbe disease was pronounced pre ventable and curablf if right sanita tion was osberved the patients always to be received in paper boxes and burned persons with protracted cough are at once to con sult physicians avoiding in all cases whether sick or well overexertion exposure and living in open air and sunshine all possible also eating wholesome and nutritious foods At the conclusion of the addresses the ollowidg resolution was adopted by a rising vote of the congregation That the Citv Council of Lancaster bj2 requested to enact an ordinance providing as in other cities a penalty against spitting on sidewalks in house churches or other pubic buildingsThat same be duly notified to the public by card placard in large print also that the ordinance be enforced in order to avoid the growing increase in Garrard county of the great White Plague The physicians of Garrard county were also requested to conduct a of instruction for the people of the county in addresses at the country school houses and churches Doctors and Kinnaird have kindly consented to furnish us with a brief synopsis of addresses and same will appear in our next weeks issue County Court Day Monday being and cloudy day a small crowd was in town Every one here seemed to be more interest ed in the horse show than in any other one thing it being the regular horse show day A great many good ones from Garrard and surrounding coun ties were on the streets W B Bur tons two fine horses Naboth Jr and Silver Wood were on the streets and were admired by every one Rex Ar buckle owned by Denny Bros was one of the first in the show H C Hamiltons fast trotter Boltacrat driven by John Walker was one of the most popular speed horses on the street Rex Helton the handsome son of Rex Peavine owned by Mark Goins made a fine show Other good ones in the show were Ashland Brook owned by Robt Woods Cecelian Leaf owned by C E Tate Red Light owned by G G Beazley of Stanford Lord Bourbon owned by Edgar Doty of Richmond Grant Monical owned by L K Rogers of Danville Red Leaf owned by Robt Thompson of Crab Orchard and two Rex Peavine horses owned by L R Duerson of Madison county About 400 cattle were on the mark et which were above the average in quality from five to six cents demand good Mules brought from 75 to 200 horses from 100 to 250 Mr W I Williams as Master Com missioner of Garrard county sold the old Irvine Miller place to G B Swine broad for 2103 A lot formerly own ed by Robt Strange to J E Robin son for 165 13 acres of land formerly owned by Julia Ann Dodds and others to James Torrents for 502 The interest in a of Albert Turpins to Harrison Doty for 18955 and a piece of land near Lowell to Anderson Leavell for 34080 The popular horseman H C of Paint Lick was mingling with the crowd but on account of the weather did not bring his fine horse Crestland to town Mr Burdett Ramsey had fine Jack Mammoth King in town This is said to be one of the best Jacks in the county and was admired by all The will of E H Walker deceased was probated He left all of bis property to his wife and named her as executrixTbe of A M Broadus deceased was probated W Hill and B A Broadus were appointed He left one half of his pro perty to his wife and the other half was divided equally among his seven childrenThe appointed Wm Simpson administrator for Earle Simpson de ceasedThe ladies of the Civic League made good their tag day about fifteen ladies were busy all day and when evening came they had ninety dollars in the and every person who contributed felt that they had gotten their moneys worth for it was lots of to watch the ladles sell the tags to some one else as t rlity InsleepinJe and representing expectoration- of tout t Amon their acold Prices lit Patrick his Mr J fun t evening delivered effectively campaign remainder administrators with bank TO SUIT EVERYBODY k at prices to Suit Everybody Headquarters for BROS s GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery Automobiles i AGENTS FOR E M F 30 125000 jj rianders20 750oo C F O B DETROIT 1 We also handle Automobile supplies oils tires etc and keep expert Auto men for repair work If you ke intending buying phone us Bell 24 and we will have our i demonstrator call on you Danville Ice Coal 60 ZltX lt J 1 t il SiI 9 I II I HASELDEN I 1S1S11 1S11J 1J s a OOOO X X I I AOCCOCOCCOC i 1 I III I I II III I I II V V d dJ n y F i BUGGIES UI gl 9 OQLOQC I s t I yr The finest and best line of Bagps Surries Phaetons AND Driving Wagons ever brought to this market Prices low No trouble to show goods W J I I I- 1i a I i ROM 8 rlr rTrr r J 111 3 Some Pertinent Questions Do you shop around for your Furniture and get shortlived bargains Or do just drop in somewhere most any where and take what the salesman gives you Or do you patronize regularly furniture store where you can get the careful painstaldrg at tention of the owners of the business who realize more fully than anyone else the importance to them of your good opinion and confidence Men who are interested in the permanent growth of their business- Men who believe that the right kind of growth com s only through the right kind of service- Men who try at least as hard not to sell you the wrong piece of furniture in case they havent the right piece as they do to sell ou the right pieces when they have them Who make an honest effort to get the right piece if they havent it already in stock- Men who in short show a live human interest In v our sde of the furniture proposition There is more in furniture service than you have suspected unless you have tried the per sonal service RGHurt Good Carpets Good Furniture LANCASTER I if you IENTCCIY lo iy Fk FurnitureT r a Y w 1F t substantial 1 J a 1k oft r I c I 1 Mrft I1 RMr W A CHILDCAN BAKE k with White Swan Flour It almost bakes itself if the file is right Try asack of it next time you run out of flour Your only regret will be that you hadnt tried the White Swan brand before But youll make up by never being without it again Lancaster Elevator and Hour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop j 1f 4 I I r t t t f IWWIflMMJUIWUWWUWWUJIIx- r i i l CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR From The Land Of Now ZnterfA at the Post Office in Liincattfr Ky ai SccondClas Mali JTalter Member Ky Press Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky April 29 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 8 500 For County Offices F r State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce Hon Helm a candidate to himself in Congress subject to the of the Democrat ic party The great fight against is on The whole country is awakering to the fact that it is pos Bible to stamp out this dread disease instead of letting it spread as hereto fore Our little city is not behind in this important undertaking Last Sunday evening Union services werr conducted at the Baptist church to discuss the best ways and means ot keeping this disease from spreading and curing it in the early stage The most successful treatment of tuberculosis has been sifted down to a remedy that is almost too cheap to be popular just now that is sleeping It is only when a physician makes a charge of from ten to our hundred dollars for just such advice that mnst of us are ready tj heed it Let us take for one lesson jus what indoor living means to natural animal life Take the monkey with nly a few months of indoor life they neatly always droop sicken curl up and die Again in modern houses Indians contract all kinds of and it is thought fiat is one reason they are rapidly passing away Rowever we are neither monkeys nor I dians but we pal take largely of the tures of those biings and we can dun a certain amount of shutting Li and no more In the European capitals one finds sad conditions mainly the result of the oversheltered life and the history of race of weaklings will be our his unless something happens to prevent it Let us bear in mind that our lungs are to be fed as well as our stomachs and that with out sleet iig comes that sweet feeling of naturalness freedom from insomnia and immunity from the they engender So let all who can take of outdoor and reap some of the benefits us in the st lie the heat and the dust of roomf April is more nearly the spring month than May Everything is in preparation and in hate but every where there is joy in the work Noth lug repeats itself In April the world always seems a strange new world to us April bonfires are a social mation of release from winter They are the beacon lights which the usually kindle at night as if to say to all neighbors on distant hills See we are ready for the year Let us re joice together Did you ever notice what a curious make up a bonfire i There are bits of everything that nature has dune for twelve months and of what mans carelessness bad Just now we are needed everywhere trim to drain to let in the sun shine and then use up the superfluous bonfiresNow touch hearts in another years work There is something grand about that steady faith that plows and plants without knowing what a day may bring forth because we live in Him and in Him have our being The universe surely runs on a benign prin cipal and the most reasonable thing in the world is to go ahead with Democrats are nearer to electing a President of the United Statts than they have been since 1892 rays Governor Claude son of Virginia who recently com pleted a tour that extended to the Pacific coast Not inyears have the Democrats shown so much activity so much desire to shake off lethargy to hold harmony banquets and to get together as is matdfested in all sec tions of the country at this time With such a spirit pervading the leaders and the rank and file of taken together with the fliJ sension among Republicans I can see no other result than a Democratic house and Democratic in 1913 A party of tourists forty jears ago were lost in a snow stirin while ing Mt Blanc All of the bodies found by guides save one that of Dr Randall of Quincy MUss and now by a strange force of nature the great icy bosom of the hosanna glacier is expect ed later in the summer to give up its dead to his waiting relatives In that time the wife has joined him in the great beyond others have been bornand grown Into maturity nations have wared against nations many great arts been Invented the world has moved on step by step and as slowly and sorely the great gla cier will at its time yield up its dead 0 3I a GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr t Association- and 0 Hal vey action tuberculosis obj ct London or cQlds and disease advantage sleep- Ing denied air builders i undone t ASwan u Democracy President I 1 100 succee outdo a- ments dc proc taiti- The cli i have appointed il l mere To as in as Offices of stand pat Republicans mall ordcj houses these days head off impending defeat the standpatters are burdening the mais with millions of packages of garden seeds farmers bulletins maps speeches and horse doctor books Nut a few of the regulars are uneasy a result of the recent election in the ThirtySecond New York district which Havens the Democratic candidate changed the 180S plurality of 30107 into a Demo cratic plurality of 5831 Senator McCreary More expressions in favor of Senator McCreary for Governor says the Eliza beth town News Mr MoUreary has a perfect record a public servant and no man can truthfully say aught against hint Living in a neighboring connty to Hon Ben Johnson who is also a candidate our people will nat orally be for him but we have no bracks to throw at Senat r McCreary The Hopkinsville Kontuckian says If Mr McCreary stands where he always stood for pure and Democracy for Jaw and order for hon esty and economy in pubic adminte tration he will be rallied 10 by Dem ocrats all over the State as the Moses to lead tsie party from the bondage of machine rule and out of the wilder ness of defeat And this a little more elaborate ex pressiun is from the Pinevi Sun The Democratic Party ii Ken Lucky if present indications go for an tiling seems to have struck its stride again Neither it nor the Re publican party has ii recent years been pan icularly happy in the choice of a candidate that is to say one whose admini tration has been perfectly satisfactory to all the people or the members of either party for that matter There is a move rrent on foot to place the Democratic nomination for Governor in the hands of James B Medea ry who by his fur men administration of the dtri s of that exalted position was affect ion ately and justly called the Model Governor We predict that he will be overwhelmingly and the people will enjoy great and profit thereby In the last issue of the RECORD you published a card from Mr R H Bat explaining the cause of his nation While we regret the sity of accepting his resignation we deplore the necessity of correcting a statement made by him that may be misleading to the public He says It has been the pleasure of the majority of the School Trustees through their attorneys to file an ac Lion in the Garrard Circuit Court or construe fag certain clauses in the L Y Leaven will tor the ben of the Lancaster Graded School differing from what the trustees of the fund and the Circuit Court sad the executors of the will understood to be It was not the pleasure of a ity of the School Board to bring suit and they did not bring suit The suit was filed by Mr Batson and his trustees against the School Trustees he being a member of both boards asking the court to so construe that the trustees of the Leavell fund might invest the earnings in land which was expressly against the letter and spirit of the will and this the coajtfi refused to permit the plaintiffs to ao This friendly suit as it was styled was brought without previous consultation with the Trustees of the School and without their consent The court also refused to permit the Trustee of the Leavell fund to dis burse the earnings of the fund but required them to pay all the net ear not later than January 15 each year to the Trustees of the School Board of the Lancaster Graded School The only other question raised bv the trustees of the fund the right to in vest the funds in laud was not acted upon by the court The only thing tIle School Trustees could do was to employ attorneys to represent them in com t with results as stated The trustees of the Lancaster Grad ed schotl had no pecuniary interest in the but simply acted as the representatives of the district without pay and without prejudice We were elected by the people to look after the interests of the school in a lawful manner and we shall attempt to do our duty to the best of our abil flies Jacob Joseph S D Cochran J W Chairman J B Kinnaird Secretary Board of Trustees Lancaster Graded Schoil Loyd Ray visited Miss Ray Sunday Mr and Mrs Mad Teater are over the arrival of a very tine boy Mr Ed Lane of California is visit ing Mr and Mrs Jim Foster and family Mrs Marion Hurt entertained a number of her friends and relatives Sunday Carl the little son of Mr Mead Teater who had his leg broken is Mr Lotie Raney Is the smartest boy there is He has broken very fine rock and placed them all around the barn F P Clay Jr Paris Ky says have had great with Bourbon Poultry Cure On several occasions have cured chickens that were too sick to walk or stated up Have but one chicken this Sold by J R Mount Son s m r ue I Republican undefile- le gubernator ial Answer sari real attacking refit II c content ion Elmore Miss Vernell Hattie rejoic- Ing improving 1 lost year resemble probable elected t the twill gin si success c j and low to as was was are in get iu vj a About That 20 percent Raise Messrs B F Hudson W S Carrier E iud L Walker peared before the Slat Board of Equalization Frankfort Tuesday urged that the proposed 20 raise in our assessment be eau celled in vhof Tile Board plied these gentlemen with and made great complaint about the unequal assessment of property That while some was as hfgh as it shonltl be other property was far he and that the average was riot up the other counties and that our County Board had failed to raise the property and equalize the assessment it should The fact fiat only 25 cent of fie cash in bank Sr pt 1 t assessed was subject of further complaint AS to what woud be done by the Board nothing definite given out but our representatives hopeful of some relief especially the iy of Lancaster where it a p peered that the assessment is higher iu proportion to value than in the county outside the clay It appears that even a 20 per cent raisa will not some up to a fair valuation for as sessment while it will work a upon others Let those who are aggrieved see to it that the next County Board cqiaHzes assessment the county is the only rem edy JUDSON Mrs Bem is Melcaif remains quie Mrs J D R y entertained a nun ber of her rebtves Sunday Miss Hey i with her sister Mrs Earl Grow for a few days Mr and Mrs Gene spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lige Boltou Mr and Mrs Mead Teaters have christened their little son William Burnett Miss Lido Raney was the charming d tor of Misses Lida and Nell Ray last Sunday Mr and Mrs Milton enter rained a number of friends and rela rives Sunday Mrs Mary Snyder and daughter Alice was the truest of Mrs Morris Long Sunday Mrs Aaron Ray is vith her mother Mrs Tommy Chapels of Lancaster for a few days B M Lane and lit 1j sons spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs James Simpson Mr and Mrs Willie Grow and little daughter Lucy spent Sunday with Mr and tins Newton Grow While on his way from Sunday School Mr Adrian Metcalfs horse flightened and his buggy was broken badly but he escaped unhurt Mammoth King No 1894 My great Tennessee Jack A black jack wliire points full 16 hands under standard foaled May 281905 weighing over 1000 pounds in moderate flesh He will not o to Lin coin county as reported but wil make the 1910 season at my barn 21 miles from Paint Lick and onefourth mi e from Manse on the Richmond and turnpike at 1000 for mares and 20 for jennets to insure living c Its Mammoth Kings measurements are 34i inches from tip of nose to top of head 3414 inches from tip to tip 121 inches from tip of nose to root of tail 68 inch girth 22 inch forearm 18 inch knee 10 inch below knee at smallest place 19 inch hock 16 inch hoof at hair Will also stand a five gaited regte tered saddle stallion hands high will furnish breeding and particulars later Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Money due when mare or jennets or parted with or bred tot other stock Grass furnished at 2 00 per month for mares or jennets from tance Phone in residence Burdett Ramsey Farmers this is the season to Stock Food We have just received a large shipment of INTERNATIONAL and are selling it at 285 per 25 pound pail as long as this lot Taste McRoberts L at inS I I hardship which ill Bult n Etes wIfe and handsome ith Lancaster 15i traded adis I I I I I R E I I r It tt IInson art percent qaesi per Lima became use 1 ti t t c IJ ttM 1J I DIRECTFROM 1 THE I Flour Mill i MMi to us is how our OBELISK brand comes That saves a yStp lot of handling and all intermediate profits On that we are enabled to sell you such a high grade as the Obelisk at such a reasonable price Look for and save the coupons from each barrel they f are valuable I BANKS HUDSON IF ANY ONE KNOWS 1 I 1 fl fWWMfJJJYi 7 r IK I 1 I 1 H It I I Iff III I1111111 I I II I I t account flours ri I Good Flour IT IS THE Women I s 4 4j A 4 J s I proud of Glen Lilly Flour is because they all say it is the best WHITE HOUSE FLOUR is next Glen L ly first hell understand and if your grocer has no Glen Lily or WhiteHouse Flour tell us we win tell you the ones that have GARRARD MILLING LANCASTER KY ii Manufacturing Co In The Lard of Now with the prospect of the great iiI est tobacco crop in view ever known before buying that Barn bill call and get our prices We are headquarters with a special price on a complete barn bill 1 Lancaster Lumber and I i 0 Iet i t i III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 4 iiII I II ill IJ AI f t soNM earLCOd v 33 r i i 1 k Buggies Road Wagons AND BUGGY HARNESS Syracuse Plows Cutting and Drag Harrows OIJAMMACE Paint Lick Ky 7 When you think of building see the Danville Lumber Co i Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished f i t 1 t hIIN NiIN We have just opened up in the tencent store room on Public Square a AND PLUMBING Steam and Hot Water Heating Guttering Roofing and Repairing We are out for GOOD WORK and HONEST PRICES Let us figure on work We appreciate all calls Ie r fN p v t 1r r 404 R r j JS 4 r rsO or r i IS WHAT WANT TIN SHOP I Ie I I your c 1 YOUR WORK WE c D- McCarthr AETHTM C cI LANCASTER KENTUCKYI I SSShoe In my closet are sixpairs stiffsole shoes every pair a have had the misery of breaking them in only to lay them aside In the Red Cross Shoe I have supreme comfort This season wear the Red Cross Shoes Get a shoe that is comfortable the moment you put it on Its sole tanned by the special Red Cross Tanning Process is flexible It bends with your foot instantly relieves the burning and smarting caused by stiff soles Dont put it off even a day Come in now and let us fit you cr torment 1L New York City l rtlil Wood ct Oxfords 350 4 High Shoes 45 Bends with your foot Jas W Smith Popular Musicj- ust received in stock A fine line of late Vocal and Instrumental MTJSICat 25cts per copy F 6 HURT Lancaster AuctioneerBuena 7 Years Experience and 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Write me for dates Will be in Lancaster every county court day to serve you Phone T8o 19R Burgin Exchange Cream Vermifuge r SCOTT I HITE9S A1T11 WORM REMEDY tIE IIIIUTEEI THE CMUKirS FAVORITE TONIC er IMTATWM I ow LlBlwent HcBoberts Drug I LOIRe MO i arcisMsr CST Storey r r The Majors Views With Some Reminiscences A few days since a friend of The RKCOKD met Major Fawbush and listened for a time to him while in a Miiinicent mood He had passed hi time in the office of his Millers creek friend and had dined at the Kenparlan lie expressed surprise and great delight at the advance which Lancaster had made within the last few years The M ijor said 1 nulled when coming in on street that the old Dunlap home as it was called when I was here some years ago has been con verted into a school building I dined with Colonel Dunlaps family when here near forty years since a long time when viewed perspectively but short in the retrospective It was a most delightful occasion Ills fam ily possessed the art of entertaining near up to perfection 1 said art hut there was no art nor even the sem blance of art in the veriest feast and flow around the hospitable board or in the family circle As by the passing of lime and cor roding causes the historic Old home was to pass from its long line of illus tiious owners I could but rejoice that it vas to become a seat of learning second to none of its class in the State It was a seat of cultured from its construction and for so many years and ia so many ownerships that its inevitable destiny seems to have been reached and it can now go down the ages leathering and dispensing honors and happiness to unborn generations Having taught from my youth up to middle life then retiring on a modest butsatisfactory competence by fiierds and in the midst of my bucks mv interest in education has never fact I believe it to be and to become more intense as time goes on With a boyish enthu stams still pervading my entire being ever present with me and seemingly renewing mv youth until as ray friend tells me I feel that I am the old man or the oldest young man within the periphery of his I am certainly happy to learn that your school occupies its exalted position- I learn that your population fully doubled since the inception of vour educational advantages and I can see at a glance the vast improve ment in home architecture and busi ness buildings all the indisputable logic of those advantages These are the conditions which prevail as well without as within the city in the school district The Leavell fund ought ti place you far above all insti tutions of your grade in the State I was much interested in the educa tional communications in the RECORD of several weeks ago shown me One that was especially interesting was evidently written by a teacher of great modesty for it was unsigned Your a was called Intellectual Headquarters as I well remember to have heard my friend say on numerous occasions The Robertsons the Owsleys the McKees the Letchers the Dunlaps the Lusks the Leayells the Klnnairds General Landram hero of two wars ruing to a brigadiersbip lawyer poet musician and editor Dr O P Hill lie of the marvelous memory and a selfeducated iinguit the Lapsleys Nathan L Rice George O Barnes Boyle Chisf Justice of our State Ap pellate Couit Owsley and Robertson having held position Sam uel Taylor Bledsoe the eminent math metician Professor Boyle Gordon President of the Columbia Law School in Missouri six Congressman foreign ministers and consuls Slate and judges a United States Sen ator and others and others still Fortunately education in those hal cyon days was what it promises to be in fact isnow that which is of most worth to each particular individual pupil That seems to be the trend now under Professor Bridges and bis briliant assistants I wonder if the Professor is I hope he relation of my old fiiend Judge Bridges of the Circuit Court his district owing to the then small amount of business containing many counties and back into the mountains He I Lexington I I I surrounded I wanedin I youngest has- townnow cityonce I Territorial isa I I I I hospitality cultured acquaintance acknowledged the same extending was a man of integrity culture and dignity with a keen eye to the ridicu lous rarely met with in any walk of life My experience and course of study taught me that education was of most worth which trains the pupil especi ally the boy pupil as thoroughly as is practical along that line which seems tobe of his own intuitive choosing in this way you poet the exact bent of hiS mind and if he is of undaunted metal there will be no trouble to advance him more or less rapidly as bis force of mentality and application may be Very happily the boy can study the books of the day and each pupil can make them tributary to his own line of effort and future avoca tion Of course this is true of the learned professions it is now univer sally admittedly so in the commer cial world and we can all see the ad vantages that the educated mechanic enjoys over the uneducated The educated mechanic can by proper ef fort and application become a master builder and an architect capable of designing and constructing after plans of his own This to say nothing of the vast advantages he has over others less advanced in his ability to eqpress himself lucidly and intelli gently in explaining his designs In a word if there i any business or po sition in the world in which the edu cated else being equal has not almost infinite advantages over the uneducated I have not founder heard of it I may at an early day be in your city again when I hop I may have the pleasure of visiting Professcr Bridges School and hope I may re permitted to give his pupils a little talkYes that is true I have said noth jog of the education of girls But I may at no distant time 1 must go now or I will miss my tram that will carry me to my home at Sunny View Saved From The Grave I had about given up hope after nearly four years of suffering from a severe lung tro inlt M rites Mrs M L Dix of Clarksville Tenn Often unbearable and I could not do any work but Dr Kings New Discovery has made me feel like a new person Its the best medicine made for the throat and langs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthma croup bronchitis and hemorr hages hoarseness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful med icine Try it SOc and 100 Trial bottles free Guaranteed by B E McRoberts 1m BUCKEYE Mrs R I Burton visited her aunt Mrs Cotton of Madison last week Mr and Mrs LiHard Miles of visited Mr and Mrs A C Miles last week Mrs Mary Dickerson and son Ed ward were with Richmond relatives last week Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray and were guests of Mr and Mrs George Ray Sunday Mrs Ida Basket of Nicholasville has been visiting Mesdames Billy and John Teater Mr and Mrs Walker Bradshaw and children visited her parents Mr and Mrs T 0 quite recently Uncle Mart Reynolds a well known and highly respected colored man of this community died very suddenly Thursday night of heart disease Mr Alex Gohens died at his home near Lancaster Saturday morning of tuberculosis He leaves a wife and six children to whom much sympathy is extended Interment at Buckeye Eminent Authorities say that outdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats all very well but how can people with rheumatism follow that advice The answer is very Ballards Snow Liniment and the rheumatism will go leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief from rheumatism neuralgia lame qack and all pains Sold by B E Mc Robert 1m I J I manall the pain in my chest would be almost I Somerset Burton Bill simpleuse family PLAN OF HOG HOUSE WITH DOUBLE CRIB Driveway Can Be Used to Feed in with an Adjustable Section Can Be Used for Store Room t GateOne Double Crib and Feed Place for Hogs I A plan with illustration of a double crib and feed place for hogs is given herewithThe story Is to be built six or six and onehalf feet high as per plan Floor 28x34 feet concrete Size of building 24x32 feet making a eight feet wide north of eight feet wide for feeding Use driveway to feed on with an or movable gate so as to use any part or all to feed In South of the driveway is a narrow passage or feed way and still south are the pens for sows and a part of the pen and built on the outside as shown in plan with double doors The botton half driveway driveway adjustable DOTY Is to let the sows back and forth to the outer part of pen and the top half can be opened for more air and also for a man to walk in and out to clean out bedding and litter It also has windows to give plenty of light in each bed This plan is drawn for 12 feet high but can be made 14 feet if desired One section can be used for store room to put in mill feed and such things as one might One or two sections can be used for calves or the driveway may be used for sheep It can be Besides the concrete floor saves all the manure which can be cleaned out at any time and hauled out on the land desire utilized EXCELLENT ROTATION SYSTEM For a 40acre farm on which hay and fodder are the main crops this division of fields will be found suitable The alfalfa and other fodder crops are near to the pasture to facilitate summer feeding The 3K acres of alfalfa should give from 1 to potatoes 20 tons of feed and assuming a yield of 200 bushels per acre of potatoes the 9 acres devoted to this crop should give a total of 1900 bushels The plan is intended for high priced land where intensive methods will give high yields sF Subscribe for The Central Record I I 7 toi l- f f FOR SALE For Cash or Produce Fresh Clean Eggs 18 Ducks i2cts Geese sets Turkeys 14 to I5ct Just received car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot Coal Cheap to 18cts Hens 4cts HB Normcott r e YV Doty Jr I w A I I E E HIT N We have just received a large line of Osbourne Cutting Harrows f I Columbus Wagons I Kauffman Buggies and in fact everything needed on the S farm See our line of Stoves and It Ranges White House andS3g g Buster Brown Shoes j 1 Men and Boys Suits gf Carpets and Druggets to fit any room at prices to H please you i I Becker Ballard Co Bryantsviile Ky rilflis K JllllfijJfflJ YfiJfJifYl 20 IjJl xeX SI0 I lt G GOODS II H 0 I FarmingImplements S B Gi Is I r rjjf Jii YGli7tJ X 0T NSW 0 1 1910 SEASON 1910 Afefe PEAVINE 4092 Rex Peavine 1796 Lucy Wells 6404 Fee 2o to Insure R S SGUDDER McKinney Ky Funeral Director and EmbalmerOf- fice Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Mound City Paints may cost atrifle more bat C C Jk J H Stones J A BLAZLLY L WOOl Highest Market Price J R GOTT CO BOITACRAT 47417 W lie will make the season of 1910 at our stable on Herring avenue at 15 to Insure a Living Colt ROLTACRAT record 224 is a black snUi m by Bermuda 5S74 dam Carrie Mick by Camp Ferguson 414 grand dam Lady Ihorise Jr by Mambrino etc Bermudas is by Banker 4114 PatMePatcnen- Ho turrets ruls Bare records better than 30 His get Crapshooter 211 IT T ltrl I 9 01 Lee 2231 J D 227f Joe Taylor 224i and Grayhound 2 Bermudas colts all have records under 230 as is also the case of Carrie Mack dam tins that he is from a strain f winning stock himself bc jug a wiiiner- We will also stand at same time and place Daws Hughes At SSOO to Inure a Living Colt Black Jack 15 hands high who has shown some of the bet in Gar rard County Money piisitvely due if mare is pat ted with sold or bred to another ani mal unless otherwise agreed tc We are not responsible for accidents should any J I II C HAMILTON W L DOUCLAS 330033505400 sire dir 1 e proving I occur Mack Ruby Bolt acrats cult C 3500SHOES Best in He WorH UNION jt MADE I Boys I Shoes I 250Fast Color Eyelets Used 200 i aad t W L Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes If you have been paying high prices for your shoes the next time youseed apair give W L Douglas shoes good in every way as those that have pricesiffactories at Brockton Mass and see for yourself how carefully W Douglas shoes are aadeyou would then they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other makes w U Douglas name and price Is Stamped on the bottom to protect the wvaier against nigh prices and interior shoes Take X Siil t i if w L Douglas shoes are not for sale in your ficinity write for Mall Order Catalog WL J W SMITH fruit and Ornamental TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden 0e Milliog Strawberry Plaits No Agents Free Catalogues H F Hillenmeyer Son Lexinton Ky yourfootwear L understandwhy It hat to i EXCURSION 150 CINCINNATI AND FOB SALE BY w tc RETURN SUNDAY May 5th SPECIAL TRAIN ASK TICKET AGENT FM numcULUB c Lv lrctiM tits 556 A M 4 L BOURNE JUTurnersold a two year old colt for 5100 00 Miss Lottie Hamm of Lancaster was with home folks Saturday- J V Ledger drlivered several loads of corn at Lancaster at 300 per bbl Geo Carpenter spent several clays with friends at Valley View recently Joel Marsee and son Noah sold to J I Hamilton 125 acr of laud at 52 per acre Mr Jonah Marsee and wife of Marksbury were with relatives here SundayMr Mrs D B Carpenter and son spent Sunday with Wm Duncan and wife Mr Leslie Taylor and family of Valley View will move this week to P L larks place Mr Robert Speakes and family of Mirksbury attended preaching here Today and visted Mr Sam Spaks and family BUENA VISTA William Mundav of Mercer has been the guet of Mrs Joe Hamilton Ben Upton who has been seriously ill of pneutnoiui is some better at this writing- S Davis has resigned as post mister here and the new one will be appointed in a short time- R D Me Miirtry has been appointed trustee of Pollys Bend school also census enumerator for this section The early gardens were killed by the frost and freeze Saturday night Even tomato pauts under canvass were killedA is to be establiihed at Pollys Bend with Richard Wood post master The name has not been de cided upon Miss Mary Asking was Sunday eve jog elected delegate to C E Convert fiun at Louisville May 1315 Miss Conley was elected alternate The Demon of TheAIr is the germ of LaGrippe that in brings suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier and regulator of Stom teh Liver and Kidneys Thousands have proved tint they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system aid restore health and good spirit after aa attack of Grip If offering try them Otlr 50c Per feat satisfaction guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m fiT HEBRON Mr Ed Grow bought of Mr Henry ComHnsun a cow and calf for 50 Mr Curtis and family of Manly moved to a house on Mr A lev Deans farm Friday Mr J E Sherrow bought a nice heifer of Mr Clem Johnson of Boyk county price 20 Miss Pearl Sanders accompai id bj Mr Tom Hicks attended preaching it this place Sunday Misses Edith Ovclri and Am tfontuomery were with relatives here the latter part of the week Mr Willie Grow of Loyd bouylr i Mr C W Johnson his farm of 45 acres in this locality for 2100 Miss Jennie Ward and brother of near Lancaster were with friends here from Friday until Monday Mrs Taylor Muilitis of Bryants ville was with her sister Mr E F Scott Saturday wight and Sunday Regular monthly services conductec by Rev J 1 Wills pastor was wel ittended Saturday afternoon ano SundayMrs Charlie Duncan and baby of Cincinnati spent the latter part of the week with her grandmother Mrs j A Bruce Womans Age often does not agree appearance Pain and add to the years till many women look much older than they really are Many women avoidingpain by the regular use of that remedy for women Wine of Cardui keep their beauty Mrs Annie Vaughan Ral eigh N C tried and writesI was sick and worn out almost unto death My sister finally persuaded me to take Cardui Before I had taken five bottles I was well end strongTry Cardul It Is for Its tonic building quali ties should restore you gently to health Thousands of have found It to give them lasting benefit TryCardui For sale everywhereE47 to Lee Sutton his aunt N with her youthand TakeCARDUI It Mattie breathed nervousness suffering effectual women women SrSL Exhorbltant Fees A rlijSiteous Judge has decided that lawyers can not even rob Harry Thaw with impunity by dismiising Attor ney Hartridges claim and requesting the Federal and County prosecutors to investigate the lawyers conduct with a view to indictment for perjury The license to practice law i not a license to pract Ice loot was the virtual of the action Hat tridge had al ready received a fee of 32000 which the Judge said was of itself excessive and he was almost aghast at the fur ther claim of 125000 for fees and in cidentals Few lawyers he said had ever received so large a fee and he ridiculed the idea that the Hartridge firm of young men of practically no criminal experience could be anv considerable part of such a fee even if he did the brain storm plea The great many socalled lawyers is to charge as the railroad men say all the traffic will bear and it is an encourageing sign that some Judges at least will not permit such piracy Lexington Her ald It is not the man with vast wealth and iicHnation to found libraries or ges who is the only useful citizen Helpfulness in building up a commu nity and making a town worth living in springs from the worth of the indi viduals character rather than from his pocket hook Transforming a town may not cost the originator Our towns need ninny things These needs are usually obtainable through unselfish effort rather than hrougii wealth Probably the most potent duty lies in the improvement of the towns physical appearance and here is where the useful citizen who does things rather than stand around and talk about them can mot exploit his al towns can possess municipal greatness but all can have municipal attractiveness To what degree this can be attained depends upon the character of the people or rather up on the useful citizens to whom the needs of the community appeal and who will not hesitate in donating tme and effoi t to the public good It is not the hundreds bemoaning the unkemptness of the public square who will correct the evil and set the town towards higher ideals it is those who think out a plait and carry it to completion Worse Than Bullets Mullet have often caused less suffer i to soldiers than the eczema L V liarrimati Burlington Me got in the army and suffered wiih forty years But Bucklens Arnia Salve cured ne when ill else failed he writes Greatest healer for Sores Ulcers Boils Burns Cuts Wounds Bruises and Piljs 25c af R E Roberts 1m PROPER START OF PASTURES Close Attention Should Be Paid to Preliminary Cultivation as That Means Econo my in Seed BY W R GILBERT Close attention should be paid to preliminary cultivation as this means economy in the seed In the first place it is necessary that the soil should be thoroughly cleaned and that annual weeds as well as couch grass should be destroyed An important consid eration is the manurial condition of the soil Although grasses are benefited by nitrogenous manures it Is seldom de sirable to apply such manure either just before or immediately after sow ing the seed The first effect of such manuring would be to Increase the quantity of straws produced by the grain crop with which the seeds have been sown and thus to repress rather than aid the young pasture plants Phosphatic manure such as basic clay or superphosphate on the other hand should be used liberally and may perhaps best be applied to the preceding root crop though it can be worked into the land during the months before sowing the seed In dry districts and on light soils 300 to 500 pounds of superphosphate should be applied but for most soils 400 to 600 pounds of basic clay may be recommended- In purchasing grass seed I the obtaining of the best as the cheapest in the end Buttons Made from Hoofs At the big beef packing houses the hoofs are assorted into three grades the white ones being used for a grade of button closely the better quality of pearl A striped hoof Is flattened into 3 plate through pressure under heat and used In the manufacture of striped hoofs are also used in the manufacture of buttons Black hoofs and hoof scrap are used In the manufacture of cyanide and chrome Scraps of hoofs ground up into a fine powder make nitrogenous fertilizer for grapes and other crops The lack of highclass dairy cows the high price of grain and mill prod ucts and the difficulty of securing farm labor have brought great hardship on the New England who have been neglecting the of gardens fruits poultry etc which should find a place on every wellorganized farm Your cows will not get enough salt by simply putting a lump of rock salt in the manger A cow giving a good flow of milk well fed ought to have two ounces of salt a day an ounce in the morning and an ounce at night would advise you to give this to them on their ensilage when you feed ensilage and grain You can take ac small piece of salt in your fingers and weigh it and will soon be able to judge the amount in an ounce 1 prac ice of a I NoL I winter recommend being resembling hairpins dairymen production We i r meaning worth invent cell anything usefulness certain buttons competent P tifNv t rX POULTRY NOTES It pays to breed from vigorous birdsThe poultry business will never meet the demand Many poultrymen feed alfalfa every day In the year Look after the little things and your success will be Never keep chicks on a board floor It develops leg weakness Resolve to keep the poultry house perfectly clean this year If we want extra good layers we must breed this trait into the hens Bread thoroughly dried and rolled into fine crumbs Is excellent chick foodThe isolating coop should take care of every bird that is off feed or un healthyFeed breeding ducks a crumbly mash twice a day morning and eveningIf want to get eggs in winter we must breed from hens that lay well in winter Coop the fowls intended for market and give them all they will eat of rich food for a week or two The pens should be kept clean and sanitary a provision should be made to admit plenty of sunlight Cut bone or meat meal take the place of the now absent insect diet so necessary to egg production Hens prefer seclusion when they are laying and they are not likely to break eggs and get Into the habit of eating them if the nests are kept darkA farmers wife will not find it hard to get private customers in town for genuine fresh eggs are seldom to be had there For watering poultry the best meth od is to use the gallon fountains and fill with warm water every morning These fountains are made of galvan ized iron and can be carried in and set on the kitchen stove if they freeze up CRACKER BOX FOR TRAP NEST SelfSetting Contrivance and Re quires No Poul try Raiser Can Make One Any farmer or farmers wife may make a trap nest out of a cracker box or any other box of suitable size It should be 12 or 14 inches square by great WatchingAny 5- t o Qtt Trap Nest Open 20 or 24 inches long and Is identical with the traps we used to catch prairie chickens with The slats should be nailed to crosspiece about onequarter the from the top A couple of nails are driven through the box and into the crosspiece to swing on writes 0 O Larson in Missouri Valley Farmer Half way back on the inside a nar row piece of board is nailed back of which the nest is made To set the trap simply raise the slats inward from the bottom eight or nine inches high and place a small stick under one of the slats As the hen enters the door is raised off the stick which falls to the floor I have made only three slats because I am a poor draftsman but there should be about five for a box 12 or 14 inches in width slats close against inch strip at bottom- I use this kind of trap most of the time except when I want to separate the layers from the drones then I use one with double doors the back door a distance Nest Closed opens as the front one closes the hen to go out that way Into another inclosure after laying It Is selfsetting and requires no watching Work Among Poultry The cheapest eggs like the cheap est butter and cheese are made by the man with plenty of land The farmer will pay due attention to care of his poultry and to marketing the product need not fear the of the village lot and the city backyard The farmer lays out no money for fancy buildings or fences His birds forage part of their own living and Improve in vigor They find for themselves what the town poultrykeeper has to buy at much only to find his flock surely losing vitality after a year or two in close quarters yet some farmers tinue to throw their advantage by treating their hens as if farm land sold at about one dollar a foot A Knocker is a man who cant see good in any person or thing Its a habit caused by a disordered liver If you find that you are beginning to see things through blue spectacles treat your good cleaning out process wltb lallirds Her bine cure for1 constipation dyspepsia Indiges tion sick headache biliousness all Jier stomrch and bowel troubles Sold by R E McBoberts 1m allow- Ing who competition expense con liver Asure l away toea BUILDING GOOD ICEHOUSE Work Can Be Dens by Home Labor and It Will Prove to Be an Ex cellent Investment- BY J W GRIFFIN Five years ago we built an Ice house after the following plan and have found it to be all that could be expected We excavated four feet I I I i I I Front of Ice House then laid a sixinch drain tile on a level with the bottom of the excava tion gave the tile two inches fall each ten feet The site for the icehouse was on rolling ground so We only had to make the drain about 60 feet long We filled in with coarse broken stone one foot after the excavation was walled up with stone one foot above the level of the surrounding ground The wall was just one foot thick the thickness of the sides of the wooden framework above the ground The advantages of putting the ice house two or three feet in the ground are several We give a system of drainage without getting a direct of air on the ice and it is more convenient to fill and to get out the i ice I The frame is made of 2x4 inch stuff j sided up with broad plank oneinch stuff and the cracks stuffed with fourinch strips The size of this out side framework is 11 feet square and 12 feet tall to the eaves There is an inside frame 12 feet square and 12 feet tall This leaves I I current Chute to Ice House an opening between the walls of ten inches to be filled with sawdust putting in the sawdust we wired the frames together as shown in the picture Then when the Ice was packed In the sawdust there was no bulging of the walls In front there is a continuous door way three feet wide For this open Ing there are eight doors three feet square four for each wall there are strips nailed to each side of the to hold them in position till saw dust is placed between them as the house is filled We cut the cakes of ice two feet square This makes five rows of cakes across each way of the house and leaves a space of one foot around the wall of one foot to be filled with sawdust The cakes are all sawed the same size and laid in tins so the cracks the tins will be continuous so the water from melting will run off easily and not melt the ice so rapidly as if let run over and stand on the ice any length of time After filling in four or five feet deep with ice is packed in tight between the ice and the wall and so on until the house is full then about one foot deep of sawdust is put topThere Is a door in each end of the house near the comb three feet square for ventilation a screen of fine wire is put on the inside of each door to keep out sparrows and other birds that would be likely to roost inside Cropping Sod Land Sod land is very good for almost all crops if the season is seasonably wet and other conditions are favorable One of the worst troubles with corn in sod land is that the cutworms living In the sod destroy much of the young corn By plowing sod land for corn In late fall or winter many of the will be destroyed Also when the land Is plowed at this time the sod will have more time to settle and and the corn next season win stand dry weather better If the sod must be plowed again next spring no harm but much good will be done Plowing any land twice for a crop or disking well after plowing is labor well spent Advance In Farming Farming will advance for the pres ent faster in the direction of system and management rather than In the line of improvement in care of crops and animals according to Prof F W Card Certainly the business side has been much neglected by average farm ers Few farms have been laid out with due thought its saving labor and cost and with proper study of condi tions especially the markets Many a farm that fails to pay needs not soil or better location but only a better manager Some of the best paying farms have very poor ones right beside them both taken out of the same chunk of nature A Baby Show In Lancaster would have many contestants but its safe to say that the healthiest baby would win the prize No baby can be healthy who suffers from worms and most babies do unless they are kept free from them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly is its own purgative Mothers dont attempt to raise children without Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 Cents Sold by B E McRoberts 1m Before between sawdust cutworms decay better t c opening A Car Load of and John Deere fii fIDdI lffiI lii 1 BUGGIES jgj Deere See them before buying The best Corn Planter gj j 011 earth A few Cutaway Harrows left none so good jl saves a team and hand each day vj- jI J R Mount Son Co g Hardware Implements Grass Seeds 3 Just received a big lot of Screen Doors price 950 to 175 Sj THE arrant Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Capital Stock 5OOOOOO R E McRoIierts Pres Banks Hudson Vice Pres R I Pres J V Elmore Cashier D A Thomas As t Cashier R L Elkin BtfOkKeeper Comparative statement of its growth Individual Deposits January i 1907 1653474 January 1 1908 9491696 January 1 1 9O9 1 645236 Jan 1 191O 13564758 new in Corn Planters and Drills the John J m gL c ooJl Burtul1 Vic I 1 r- SDmething I 1 st f N W X- 1 ienrvCo I 1 I f n 0 p o THE Notional Bunk Of Lancaster Capita 50000 Surplus 20000 R DENNY President J E STORMES Vice Prest- S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Casher R T Ernbry Book keeper DIUECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R D nny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J L Gill Wl William k ARE FIRE PROOF They never need repairs and last as long as the btaldfngv And lastof all they make the handsomest roof and are not Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa I will not burn Will not split or wood shingleS seamslikeexpensive t THEY cnrl like e s a sorryvrho pays out Ins good money for a cheap fence and at end ofthe first season finds a of rusted broken Why not avert all this trouble bygetting w FENCE In the first place the construction of Peerless wire stand hard bumps and jolts without a sign or weakening ADEIAK ZUSCEZGAIi Farmer FEERiJESS I Fence is scientifically correctthe one piece cross uniformhmdJingsome it may giveIili1 a larger Jmtit not set him persuade ing eaaunt to buy an IiUbstitute He IA set him Peerless Wire Fence Co ua wires otl ermake offenceyou co 0 en I 0U fA 3AfA 4Trt71 0Z 1 1fL W V7jim7iTJI ft b 1G4 Ii I For sale by Conn Bros Lancaster Ky J J WAIKEK j s JOHNSON President vt Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The mmm NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KIT 25000BIf O RIONKY Aast Cashr c D WAKKKK Itrot fctoftr J J WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Proapt art GartM AttMti DIRECTORS J S Johnson RF Hudson JlJ Wttkar Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker CAAraoM CAPITAL TK Arnold t I w F u y i lt or 1 t I I VIE I BUTTRICK I PATTERNS c SELL r Wantto Sell I We You I T Spring 1910 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 I J8I ei is IS C il z Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are Intirested In Geo B Harris of Stanford was here Sunday Mr Caldwell of Danville was in town Monday Mr Sam Johnson was in Lebanon the first or the week Miss Miry Rankin was with friends in Richmond Tuesday Dr W Burnett and wife visted rela tves in Lebanon Sunday Mss Ida and Cora Hints of Lowel are viM ing Miss Stella Comley Frazier G Hurt has returned from a business trip to the Falls City IT C Hamilton was in Crab Or chard the past week on business Elijah Ford of State College was here for a short viit B F Rubinson was with Richmond friends for a visit of several days Mrs Ann Roliuson is making a Slav of several weeks in Danville Mr T M Wilson of Cave City was a visitor here the first of the week Miss Collie Adams is at home from a pleasant visit to Richmond friends Mrs Luther Herron and children are ia Junction City visiting relatives Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford was a recent visitor to Lancaster friends G S Greerleaf was in Richmond the past week for the K P banquet Miss Bissie Yantis of Stanford is here her cousin Miss Allie YantisMr Powell of Uustonville was with Mr and Mrs R L Elkin for a short stay Mesdames P Frisble and Ed Price were weekend guests of Dan vine relatives Dr J L Pursley of Deadwood South Dakota was a guest this week at the Sanders Hotel Miss Angic Kiunaird of the D and D Institute Danville was at home Saturday and Sunday Messrs Ballard and Beazley and Miss May Ballard were an auto party in our midst the past week Mrs A A Rice has returned to her home in Richmond Ind after a visit to Mrs 11 A B Mirksbury Mrs U and daughter Miss Katie and Miss Brashear were visitors in Boyles capital Friday Miss Sullie Marrs Sparks of Nichol jisville is the charming guest of her cousin Miss Marguerite Kinnaird Mrs George Robinson of Danville has been a recent visitor of her moth er Mrs Rebecca West and family Mrs Jonas Rucker has returned to her home in Richmond after a visit to her father Judge William Shugars Mr and Mrs W H Harris of Paris Mr Morris Dudley who has been in Jacksonville Fla for the writer has joined his wife and children here for a visit r 1 Jerry j visiting Mattie D Simpson f I i J hisIt t t t a 4 Lexington t l I r J 1 i 1 1 Miss Porter Scott Hudson accompa nied Miss Lottie Webb to her home in Lexington and will be her guest for awhileMiss Fannie Tinder was the guest for several days of her sister Miss Delia Tinder at the Normal School in RichmondMisses Nelson of Stanford Hattie Britton and Stella McWhortar of Ricmond are guests of Mrs R H Batson and sister Mr A R Denny and daughter Mrs Mattie Duncan left the past week fora visit to Mrs Margaret Pear son of Harrodsburg Mr and Mrs McClellan Thomas have returned to their home in Lex iington after a weeks visit to their parents at into Leaveil Miss Mary Clask Eigleman who has been with her cousins the Misses Adams leaves shortly for a visit to Lexington relatives and friends Mesdames James B Kinnaird and Emma Higginbotham have returned from a pleasant visit to Dr Virgil Gibney Kinnaird of Louisville Mrs A F Sanders and daughter Miss Bettie Lou Sanders are at home after a visit to the formers mother Mrs Josephine Taylor of Madison countyMr Ray and little daughter Marie Xaylor Messrs George Bascom and Philip Brown were guests Mon day at the home of Mr and Mrs A B Brown Mr and Mrs W J Romans and daughters lire Coleman Gulley and Miss Carrie Belle Romans were re cent visitors of Mr and Mrs Wm Carson of Stanford Mrs E D Potts and Miss Eugena Denny left Tuesday for their home in Lexington after a pleasant stay with Mesdames Henry Clay Jennings and Mrs W I Williams Mrs Sallie Maret and daughter Miss Wadie Lee Maret who are at home after a winters sojourn in Florida are the guesfs of the formers brother Mr Jack Adams Charles Norris and daughter Miss Mattie of Frankfort are here for a visit to Mrs George T Farris Mrs Norris and family move to Wil liamsburg soon to reside Miss Alberta Anderson was hostess for the Tuesday Afternoon Club A most tempting repast was served by Miss Anderson and an enjoyable afternoon spent by the guests Mrs Cynthia Duncan Georgetown Ky says I had occasion to use Poultry cure with my turkeys this year and it cured them I only lost one dont think I would have lost it if I had used this medicine sooner Sold by J R Mount Son Public Sale Having to sell out I will at my fam miles from Lancaster on pike on FRIDAY MAY 6 1910 at 10 oclock a m sell at public property 35 steer average 800 pounds each 7 heifer 2 good milk cows and 1 gelding five years ole 4 about 3 tons of bay 4 cultivators and other farming imple and kitchen furni ture Terms M sale wil be made on a credit of six months with per cent interest J T CONN Am Bourne Auct l1 I I I Pt will I de ided t o Richm d outcry owing calves2 ayes fa I Mrs Bourbon 6 PAINT LICK Dr W L Carman spent Tuesday LexingtonMisses and Nellie Rice were visitors in Berea Sunday Mr Walter Hammock visited his mother at Mt Vernon last week Mr H L Wallace wife and chit rea spent Monday in Richmond with relativesMr Mrs R G Woods and chit dren are guests of Mr E L Woods and family Misses Ethyl and Sallie Woods have returned to Madison Institute after a visit to home folks here Mr J D Burchell was called to Jessamine county last week by the serious illness of his father There will be a spelling match held at Fishs hal next Friday night for the benefit of the Christian church Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford has returned to her home after a visit to her cousin Miss Jennie Higgins The Call Of The Blood for purification finds voice in pim ples bolls sallow complexion a jaun diced look moth patches and blotches en the skin all signs 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 MeRoberts 1m YOULL MD IT IN THIS COLUMN Just opened a fresh Candy 34tf Zimmer brand shoes are better 429 M S R L Hagan Try a of Hawawian pine apple tr Currey ot fresh every weelc tf Fresh Lowneys baadyatZimmers 34tf Phone 199 f in the grocery line 24tf Buy your c jpken feed at Curreys place s tf Fishing at thexConn pond 50c each 4153t pd Cow Pea MjJtet and Cane seed at Banks Hud We handle Cross brand of flour kee Turner 24tf Best line of boo line 25c 25c li e o at 15c 429tf R L Hagan The best corn mantendn the market fully guaranteed W JRomans Pratts condition powders 50c at 40c 25c package at 20c 429tf R L Hagan House Raising a special ty Best ox 403 Tele phone 16 Danville Ky 4228C pd Sale of Accounts As trustee bankruptcy the of Hi sell to the all unpaid accounts due estate on at 10 oclock a m in front Court House door in Lancaster Ky R L Elkin trustee Sell YOu Currey U lot Lowneys R St clan at Lee s the am ry 50c go at movIng nd refere ces J H Baldwin i Job Pott will highest adder f cash Potts Saturday A 30 o he w con to Currey had all iri1s vegetables an lug ner Bed town t Package estate sa Highest market try produce Special prices on for next tenetc tf Conn Bros Cutting Planters Cultivators Etc at special prices Conn Bros tf Pure white W anedotteggs for sale g o Mrs E B Sutton Marksbury Ky Get our prices save you money on handle tf Conn Bros Hemp seed at my and will cgn with you for all you raise this year F B Marlcsbury 422tf Largest Buggies Surries and phaetons ev in Lancaster Dont buy until you get my prices WJ Romans If it is a cutting borrow you want I have it come ana see it W Romans If you want the Home Journal Success or any magazine see Mrs Brown Let us photograph your stock We have the es pecially for this is the only way to sell fflocjrro the man out of town Cassady Studio 2t Danville Ky 9 25 Junction City Ky to Ashville N C and return via Cres cent Route Tickets old May 2 to 11 inclusive good upturning until 31 1910 W C Rinearson G P A S C Rhode Island won 1st at LouisvilleFrankfort and Bowling Green Eggs 9250 150 and 100 per 151 Radge stock 50cts per 15 3 00 for Ma S A Hill Lancaster Ky R F D No 3 Phone 391G 3188t Do not tcr examine low prices offered A E Gibbons Danville Ky 4222 Dog Tax Dog taxes 1 and all persons get rid of them or be reiylyjro Bay 100 tax when called on will be L E Herron City Marshall I have 1th Mrs embroutery alrff Prices reasonable I will appreciate your patronage Mrs Ira F Teater 1t Wanted Timber A reliable partly to furnish 500 or more cords ofLin Poplar Cotton over in iv L inches long JohnsonSmith Excelsior Co 1 1 pd Indianapolis Ind Any persons having hogs in the city of Lancaster ae J reby notified to move same or before pa l nd to lcah the pens Thisis acco you are comply L E Herron City Marshall More for your cash at Powells than elsewhere Just a few of his 100 bar gains 4 balls potash 3 bars Len nox soap lOc Sunshine 5c six bars Big e coffee 15c best sujfcfirlT its 81 lard D Powell I rpaid for coun 24U Harness day rs at 50c per set i 5 426t Jie can 3nythHJ we Can office ct stock of r own C m ion oIly 3t Queen Ma I ail the larg sto an he y are ue y do aw enforced Powell on Rogers of c 2 Dea granula d I 121 shoes ensware at cost stick can Thc team bOc at other pI 2Oc soda 3 box cream candy ibu for J5c navy bean 5 Ge All this mea 1av ifa 20 per cent to you Co e w h cash t old Nick have Owe no Se Is r t for No m worth IC ce Turner Buggies Harrows orn wants Ins rumen ade p rpose his I Red xclusivel y of wall paper tber ken oms Ich d str t in Mrs St d and it dos ping sew wood and Bu eye ho 4 inches and di mete Ricked at an s pi g t he ci limits by p law and liable to u o fail to bars Ariuc a coat r nch t axes illOc is chocolate a2i oth charga pp your the 7 7sys map 1- Ybars v Goods Shoes Carpets s Rugs Trunks Etc What ever you are needing in Ladies Wearing Apparel we can supply you We continue to believe in honest values at low prices May we expect you this season The Joseph Mercantile Dry M I I I I j- i I is the time to prepare to RE mw PAINT your house We have every thing necessary and the very bet that can be bought Come to us for your Paint and Varnish Frisbies Drug Store flmM lal JB m r1 ow r ij r r Reduced Prices Tailored Qloth and Silk Dresses Owing to the very unseasonable weather the past two weeks we find ourselves heavily overstocked on Tailored0 Cloth Suits and Silk Dresses and have decided to let em go RIGHT NOW the time you need them most In order to reduce this surplus stock quickly we now offer unrestricted choice at deeper cuts in prices than are usually made at the very tag end of a season You will find a complete assortment of sizes in all the very latest styles and colorings including plenty of Blues and Blacks at the following great reductions in price Tailored Cloth Suits H For choice of a splendid assortment of stylish Suits in all colors and blacks reduced from 1500 and 1800- P For choice ofover forty Suits in some of the seasons very best styles and materials reduced from 2250 85O For choice of an unusually fine assortment of stylish Suits in a beautiful range of materials reduced from 2500 and 2750 SJ T For choice ofour very finest Tailored Suits reduced from 3500 and 4000 Jr Silk Dresses H For onepiece Taffeta and Pongee from 1950 475 For Accordeon Plaited Suesine and Taffeta Silk assortment ofcolors reduced from 2250 Shirts and Waists We also offer during this sale our entire stock of Dress Skirts and Shirt Waists at special low prices DANVILLE KY fIJMlgn Suits 990 Ii l 475 5 I I 1 r 1 Silk1 Dressesfull plaitedreduced Dressesbeautiful I I rON r 275 l r 1 ft SILVER WOOD Son of Far Wood 1KT9C record Wood 2 sire of Lady Cpnstauthie 2124 Forist 2lij4 and eight others Fur 2271 Wood GO record 2K sire of Manager 200 Lock Heart 2OSJ Addle D 210 4 1C5 others Nut Wpd 600 record 218f Son oT Belmont 64 Sneer Wood 1st dam Princes by Vatican 2 incs he by j dujiII inblelouii i 10 i Far Wood lG7SGrecord227i-I dam Nora Wines dam of No I Nora Wood 2li i Nora WilkfcS- j By Geo Wilkes 519 i NuL Wood GOO record 21SJ 1st dam Win Kcsselldam of ila td jj 227 brother- to So Son of f o i i Belmont G4 lIst f III i 1V iud Nut s and Wood 212 i Dr J B Kinnaird Physical and Surfetn Office Dan ville stfeet Beeideace Phone 9 OfficetPbooe 89 e L Silver Wood should make one of the greatest stock horses In Kentucky 1st because he is backed up by sire and dam of the bet blood that can be found All good horses run back these families of horses 2nd because he is one of the grandest looking 5 year old horses saw is high good bone fine style and finish blacked white feet and silver tail lIe to harness had no work for speed but he can show a 240 gait any time with all around high true action Each day the market calls more clearly for true high and balanced action clear trot and beauty and Silver Wood has them all and I cant see why he should not make Kentucky more by his get SilverKVood will be Is pt during the season ofl910 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted to serve 30 good mares ai the very low price of 1250 to insure a living colt tI am prepared 10 cure for stock from a at reasonable price but no responsibility assured for accidents or escapes of stock com mittcd to I to lie l hands brOe fau ous ears lever 4 ism distance my NABOTH JRNabothJri9 a rich red bay 9 years old and full 16 hands higbwelghs 1325 pounds anti is a horse of wonderful beauty having a long rangy neck and carry fug a fine tail He is H perfect salted horse with superb ail round action and like all sons of Old Nabotli be has great natural speed in harness und a greater racking horse can not be found in the State of Kentucky I have been d in fancy borses for ten years furnishing them for all the markets in this country ard I ain anxious to encourage the breeders of horses to continue to raise better onus As is generally known there is scarcity or good those suitable for the Eastern bring fancy prices If the breeders would raise Number oue horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires Nuboth Jr beyond all doubt is a horse that will produce of horsesthat the market demands and for which the public is willing to pay high it prices I purchased this great young stallion at a fancy price because he has size style action beauty and breeding I had this horse worked JO days and he stepped a mile in 240 If like begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to Naboth Jr Yon will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old Nubotb 10 Old Messenger Chief Red Wilkes George Wilkes Manbrino Chief Pilot Jr and PEDIGREE By Saiibtli 10010219 He by Walsingham 2166 sire of Latitude 219 and several otbeis in the list Walsingham George WIlkes Old Naboths first by Messenger Dnrock lOG son of Hambletbiiian Second dam Bess sister to James Howell Jr by Hambietonian Third dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 45 Fourth dam by Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse Xaboth Jrs First dam by Messenger Chief Jr by Old Messenger Chief Second dam by Crit Davis by Red WilkesThird damThoroughbred Xaboth Jr will be k pt during the season of 1JIO at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted to serve mares at the very low price 1500 to insure a living colt I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices bat no responsibility assumed for accidents orescapes of stocK committed to my care NOTICE Naboth Jr is the sire of the colt that won the 100 champion colt stake also the sire of the winner of the yearling stake at the Lancaster Fair IOCS 1 I horses and t type j II etonIan HarryClay damTinsel I I II S r7 dealer market that Hambl I W B BURTON LANCASTER KEINTUCkYII 9 II REX ARBUCKLE 1467 Great Combined Stallion Wil make the season of 1910 at J N Denny farm 4 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike at 20 for a Living Foal BROTHERS Lancaster Season of 19IO Wilkes Boy at 800 Napoleon 3rd at 2000 for jennet 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 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 preciate your patronage Henley V Bastin at the Creamery K9S9E K 7S SWSKSW SaS WHY NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 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 FancyPlaning Work Door and Window Screens Etc Also Rough and Dressed Lumber Laths Cement Estimates furnished on bills promptly THE CRESCENT LUMBER CO Incorporated Danville Phone 600 DANVILLE KY Subscribe for The Central Record C OOOOOOO OOCOOCOOC I I X It t DEN V I IOOCOOoooooc OOfOOC 1tDDJICI I I I I II I I L JttS trS tr tlZ trsStrStlS sJ1zt J1S S J1SJ1SJ1S1JSJ1S I I i s I i isis i s- i willap f B I s s S1 s ss tlsS S S I I HASELDENCI I I R I aMeaeqeoaooaoaaeeocoaoowoeoo oooooeosaoo a n r u C bI I till X X L DETVm BURNETT and Surgeon Office Logans store Residence 75 Office Phone 6 J one Physican over General News Thomas W Heady 76 years old a Confederate veteran and a member cf the famous Orphans Biigade died Sunday at the Home for Confederate Veterans at Pewee Valley John W Good millionaire manufac turer and chief stockholder in the Deer and M insur Company of Moline Ill died at Bombay Indi He was touring the East with his family Twelve firemen were overcome by smoke Sunday while fighting a fire which destroyed the department store of George B Davis Co in The loss is estimated at 160100 covered by insurance The proposed American South Po Jar expedition under the joint of the Peary Artie Club and the National Geographic Society has teen abandoned for this year according t announcement made in Gov Mirshall of Indiana has r a letter from WilliimJ Bryan c ngratulatiug him on his tight to the nomination of a candidate fur the United States Senate by the Democratic convention Engagements of gold for shipment to England aggregating 10000000 were made Monday by four New York banking institutions A total of 380UCO in gold has been exported thus for this year of which 30000000 has been taken for London A l ging technical violations of the law Special Agent W B Thomas of the Internal Revenue Service has made a report to Washington recom mending the removal of Collector of Internal Revenue Yv F Drake of Hawaii The order of the Russian Govern ment for the wholesale expulsion of Jewsresiding illegally in Kieve and elsewhere outside the Palo which was to have taken effect on April 28 has been suspended by Premier Stolv pin to permit a further examination of the subject The Senate Cornimtte charged with investigating the high cost of living has abandoned the resolution asking for an appropriation of 65000 t the probe This action was taken it sail because of the tight made by Democratic Senators Foreign trade of the United States is booming Going and coming large in creases are apparent in a summary of the export and import trade for March alone just compiled by the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Com merce and Labor Following a lengthy hearing before the United States Commissioner at New Orleans Capt John J Hylahd master of the steamer Venus who was charged with violating the laws was held for a fiuther hearing Isis bond being fixed at 5000 Hetty Green is planning it is re ported to retire from active business She is now 73 years old and feels she does not care to take an active part in the business world any longer Herdaughter Mrs Matthew Astor Wilkes will probably assume of Mrs Greens affairs Gov Charles E Hughes of New York has accepted the appointment as an Associate Justice of the Court to succeed the late Brewer Gov Hughes will re main Governor of New York until the opening of the fall term of court Congress will adjourn before the middle of June and possibly by June I it is believed by I I an r cl ived I 37 I carryon i Supreme MondayIn Taft and j T Philadelphia auspices Washington secure i neutrality direction Justice pre idevt e OFFICERS E L Woods President W C Fish Vice President WG Keraper Cashier O U Terrill Asst Cashier I I I i Administration leaders And before I that time it is expected most of the socalled Administration measures now before will have been passed if not they will be in such shape that they can be enacted into law soon after Congress meets in De cember Chairman C L Lomax of the Mis sissippiDernocratic State Executive Committee has issued a call for that body to meet in Jackson on May 6 for the purpose of arranging the special November primary proposed by United States Senator Leroy Percy to dispose of the senatorial contest one year in advance of the appointed time Gov Noel says this primary is contrary to law Stanley Miiward of Lexington re signed as a member of the State Board of Contra for Chaiitable Insii tutions and Gov Willson appointed Dr W T Gardner at present super intendent of the Hopklnsvilie asylum as hi successor The appointment to take effect May 1 Mackenzie Todd private secretary to the Governor and was sworn in as State In spector to succeed M H Thatcher recently appointed on the Panama Canal 14 of Pounda Week at least is what a young baby ought to gain in weight Does yours It not theres something wrong with its digestion Give it McGees Baby Elixir and it will begic gaining at once Cures stomach and bowel troubles aids digestion stops good for teething babies Price 25c and 50c Sold by R E Me Roberts 1m I FARMERS COLUMN I apace below this heading is for the exclu give use of our farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver tise No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only In two issues of the RECORD free of charge I have 75 acres of grass land to rent for pasture Chas Wood Admr of Garrett Wood deceased For tons of good hay S H Aldridge Ilyattsville Ky Phone 339 4 rings Wanted aJot of good sound locust post 10 to 12 inches in diameter J W Elmore For Sale Yellow pine lumber 3x4xl6ft and 5x6x20ft and 24 ft J M Farra Mgr LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS April 27 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 1052 2411 128 Shipments 45 705 CATTLE Shippers 6 75 7 75 Butcher steers extra 7 25 7 60 Good to choice 6 40 7 15 Common to fair 4 25 6 25 Heifers extra 7 35 Good to choice t 6 35 7 10 Common to fair 3 75 6 25 Cows extra 6 35 d 50 Good to choice 5 75 6 25 Common to fair 2 75 5 50 Canners 2 503 50 Bulls balognas Extra 015 Fat bulls 5 75 6 25 CALVES extra 8 05 Fair to good 6 50 8 25 Common and large 4 50 50 HOGS good packers and butchers 9 C5 9 75 Mixed packers 9 509 65 Stags 6 25 8 00 Common to choice heavy fat sows 7 50 8 90 Light shippers 45 9 55 Pigs 110 Ibs and less 825955 710 Good to Choice 6 507 00 Commont fair 4 50 6 25 LAMES extra 875 Good to choice 8 25 8 60 Common to fair 6 50 8 00 or I I I OOUUUDD Sale3 extra 5 25 600 I I Congress resigned fretfulness ovoooo0 9 SHEEP extra DIRECTORS Marlon Coy R L Arnold- J B Woods R G Guyn J S Burrows W C Wynn E L Woods W C Fish I I PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KENTUCKY Capital Stock 1600000 Deposits 10000000 Surplus Uundivided Profits 1100000 Your Banking no matter how Large no matter how small The Peoples Bank will give it careful This message applies to men and alike Come In and see us JTC are always glad to see yen The safest and most convenient way to do your business is through Peoples Bank Paint i I experienceLick Ky I oA and attention women Above is a fair likeness of Naboth Jr Owntd by V B Burton Farm and Stock J T Henry sold a horse mule to J I Hamilton for 105 Messrs E1 and N B Pi ice sod a hog to Floyd Curti for L7 and a shoat to T L Yantis for 10 Keep your scraps where they will not get and sour Fresh feed is what maes healthy hens To be always busy about the poultry yards is not enough See that the work counts for something Feed the poultry eailier than you did a month ago When daylight comes the chickens want their feed j Eight fancy steers weighing 1250 pounds sold at Louisville last week at j eight cents per pound on foot the highest 1882 The federal grand jury at Coving ton last week indicted S K Hodgkins of Winchester for shipping sheep alleged to have had scabbies Hogs in the various markets have dropped from the 1100 mark and sold last week as low as 880 for tops and 800 for low grades The market was strong at the close Mr Clabe Bradshaw has bought from J C Gentry Bros their farm of 171 acres on the Hardv pike for 21000 cash It is one of the best pieces of dirt in the county The sale was mane through Rue Curry Harrodsburg Herald The Kentucky Wool Poul is reported to control about 100000 pounds of the product and it is said several concerns are negotiating for it It is thought prices will range slightly lower than last year when the crop brought 25 cents to 35 cents as gradeThe large prices have cleaned up thousands of brood sow and carried them off to market The country is short on stock hogs and finds it hard to get them back again It was shortsighted to sell off the but that is what we did under the excitement of a big price Har rodsburg Herald The combined receipts of live stock last week at six principal western markets including Chicago Kansas City Omaha St Louis St Joseph and Sioux City were 126500 cattle 282200 hugs and 154900 sheep The receipts at some markets on week of last year were 126400 cattle 311900 hogs and 168000 sheep Go into any good dairy district and you will see on every side evidence of the prosperity that follows the dairy business bills paid money on deposit in the banks good homes good schools and contentment generally No won der dairying is not only attracting the farmer but also drawing the clerk the professional man the trade work men and even the business men of our cities Give a man 40 acres of good alfalfa land and 20 good cows and be is independent If was thought cold storage for products would prove to be a boon to consumers but it now turns out that this method has become a danger to that class as it enables great combinations of capital to buy up and keep off the market enormous of produce and thus force high prices for their own benefit A bill has been introduced in Congress by which goods are forbidden to be held cold storage more than one end it meets with much approval There is no of of food if you eat more Quaker Oats An ideal food delicious appetizing strengthening Compared foods Quaker Oats costs almost nothing and yet it builds the best aadfaenaetkaBr tile since perishable i quantI- ties in earl problem increasedcost withother I R1Ac pacbces Q c Y 1 manufacturing sows corresponding tiaifoe Cracks At Creation Did you know That nothing succeeds like failure That a word to the wise is usually resentedThat a soft drink often turneth away company That every body bates an early riser That two is company three is an investigationThat suffer its proof that you are alive That a great many people are hap py ill their misery That when misfortune comes a many pass on the other side That we ought to live in such a way any lias on tomb tonesThat the press the pulpit and the are the three ruling powers of the day That a woman should be taught law for she is naturally the speaker of the house That it is all right for a woman to work ii the fljwer garden but not in t e vegetable garden riIat we talk too much I heard a lady say that she coulddnt buy a cali co apron without the whole holdidg an inquest over it That so many people ask me what Homer Tinsley did with his Automo bileThat John Farra will stand and tell you he sees Halleys comet every morning as he goes out workThat Simpson began his education at White Oak afterwards going through the High School wi h honors and is now taking a finishing course at Rubble That his brother Henry has quit talking about his beans that were nearly in bloom last week That every man that showed a horse here last Monday thought he bad the best one That it seemed to be unanimous that Bob Elkin had the smallest one That if Teddy doesnt hurry home they will elevate him to the throne md jam a galling crown upon his jrov That there Is no need for Marse H ury to prophesy that be will re turn to us the European candidate for President of the United States for the older the American eagle grows the louder he screams and the higher he lies That the Directors of the tea Fair are ubiquious individuals Some are imported and some are in digenous but they get everywhere the sun never sets on their ac ivities That some of the chief atrructions at the Lancaster Fair this year wilt be an Aeroplane a a Wild West show a ladies band and Bob Walker Beautiful Edna Mae Some folks are very curious And anxious for a fray To make her owner By barring Edna Mae She is the pride of all the State Danville Is her home today If they should barber over there Its goodbye Edna Mae I hear some talk of Mercer Doing things I dare not say But think Im safe in saying They wont bar Edna Mae I dont think Madison would dare Unless twould be for pay But stranger things have happened there Than barring Edna Mae The people pay to see her show They come from far away What would they say if they should know That WK barred Edna Mae They say its only horse show winners They mean to bar away They cant fool Mat for he knows better Its only Edna Mae To all my friends both near and far Just one word more I pray Of all the horses you would bar Please dont bar Edna Mae Contributed AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discofiry m R E I there be pet icoat I f I I Lan merrr Ground I fu Ious I t KILL THE COUCH WITH OLD8 AlL 1IIHAT 1IIJI1 MKYu McRoberts I I treat wont parliamentary neighborhood flatfooted ou csNnfllMre F ALM lD Ihi Store i w 1 LOOK AND LISTEN If you want Politeness Cleaness Goo I SHAVES and HAIR CUTS go to HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street 25 years of experience Office Hours Office over 12 to I Stormes DENTIST Phone 65 H J TIHSLEY County Surveyor seas Office over F G Hurts furniture store Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER LOWELL KENTUCKY- Get him to cry your sales Best of references IIIJII CARDS I rJf 9 am to I pm Drug Store B F WAILr Lancaster Ky Lancaster Kentucky KENTUCKY T KING Allctioneer I i PHONE INSURANCE y E Graduate Optician Glosses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed M K Denny w I I I 3lorrow DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK DentistAll Work Guaranteed Paint Lick iii tf Annie Rooney 4104 Peavine 85 Rex Peavine 1796 Daisy 2nd 2229rPeavint85 Kentucky CHESTLAND 3173Vol7 Will make the of 1910 at my place 2i miles east of Paint Lick on Pals t Lick pike CRESTLAKD is a chestnut coming IBnand A hood flat bone and foot has finish and action second to no horse in Kentucky His first colts are coming yearlings and are equal to any Noises produce Show finish size color and action Crestland is by Rex Peavine IT96 Dam Annie Rooney 4104 2nd dam Powells Drenon he by Brinkers Drenon 1600 Will serve mares at 40 to Insure a Living Cult Money due when fact is known or mare parted with Mares bred to horse or lack without my Iclaimay fee Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day Grain fed at reasonable rate if desired Care takes to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should occur Lien retained OB colt for fee Cote aad see this horse before JOB breed RespectfullyWC PAINT LICE KY 5 another consent aRT neipL p l season Service t ll cla t