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THE CENTRALFront The land of Now PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT from kCTKe LandofNow LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 6 1910 5 t RECORD TWENTY FIRST YEAR R P- s Mr Farmer We ftre Your Friend BECAUSE We will sell you the best BUGGY for the least money We help you out of trouble when you are broken down CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky We are offering you the best line of Implements J3 the makers afford Is i BECAUSE t t I i BECAUSE 1 I j H H Blenderinjr Billie will be at the Court house May 27th Rev C C Brown will preach in Dan ville next Sunday and Rev J Q A McDonald of Danville will fil the Presbyterian pulpit here The City Council is investigating the condition of the lake water So to be on the safe side no one should drink the hydrant water unless it has been boiled The Ladies of the Methodist church who held an exchange at the Post office Saturday made the nice sum of 2200 They thank the public at large for their patronage Rev O P Bush will preach to the children of his congregation next Sun day morning at eleven oclock subject Honor thy father and thy mother Parents are asked to be present Reg ular Sunday evening service Joe Haselden bought of J I the property known as the Currey homestead for 6000 Mr Haselden contemplates opening up drive ways making Lexington avenue one of the I most desirable streets in Lancaster i Friends here at his Some will be glad to hear that Editor Louis of Danville has been grant ed 85000 Government approplatlon due his father the late General W J Landram for action service in the war Miss Jennie Higgins will hold the May Examinations for the Common j School pupils at the Graded School May 13 and 14 The white teachers examination at her office May 20 and 21 Colored teachers examination at her office May 27 and 28 All legal questions involved in the case of John H Potts Bankrupt will be heard and determined by Judge Tut Burnum Referee in bankruptcy next Wednesday May II at the of fice of J E Robinson in this city and the trustee R L Eikin will then pay to all claimants such sums as or dered by the Referee Gray Finnie Dunlap died of pulmon ary trouble April 26 at Mesilla Park New Mexico where he had been en gaged in a prosperous business for sev eral years A wife and an infant son and daughter survive him His fath er the Rev George W Dunlap was at his bedside His illness was sudden lasting oniy ten days He was born in Lancaster thirty years ago and was a young man of marked ability having respect and confidence of all who knew him The ladies or tUe ethodist rCh will a Strawbe and ce am Sup I e Ao on Dan ay n ttMay ijlb I I i I Landram I I I c it Hamilton former the LOGftNS EXPOSITIONS OF SPRING STYLES without a doubt the largest and finest array j of uptodate Apparel for Men and Boys ever j I shown in this section of the state Not on f H ly will you find our assortment larger but S i you will find the values greater j 1 styles shown from hat to shoes are I absolutely correct On the whole I this great spring exhibit should I impress you more than ever I with this Stores progressive j I ness and the greatness of values We cor dially invite you to call on Saturday 1 and view the v S 4 newestfash j V ions for V lO MEN WMAitOMiM H To Is I rJ r 4t t r Slit IIlIe i 0 They our Judge E W Harris has just com pleted an enumeration of the children of the Lancaster Graded School di tiict finding the number to be 331 an increase of 25 over last year The poultry house of W R Gott Co caught on fire Wednesday and injured a lot of eggs egg cases fillers etc The loss is estima ted at 1000 Itcaught from a stove in the back of the house On April 19th the Board of trustees of the Lancaster Graded School by unamious vote decided to dismiss all proceedings in court being satisfied with the decision made by Judge Mc Roberts Dr J B Kinnaird Trustee Did He Get You The Census Enumerators have been busy for the past two weeks and now have about finished their work They have until May 15 to finish up so if there is any one that they have failed to get go to them and tell them about it for we want our county to ap pear as large as possible Primary In the Eleventh The Eleventh District Republican Committee met in Corbin April 30 and called a paimary election and fixed September 15 as the date of holding same to decide whether Pow ers or Edwards is to be the Republi can nominee for Congress Only one member of the Committee out of twelve present was for Caleb Powers however the race promises to be a Lot one and both sides are already claim ing it by a large majority Lunacy Inquisition Hsld Mark Jennings having made another attempt to take his own life as report ed in last weeks Record is still alive and is said to be getting along as well as could be expected Judge Ford on his own motion upon information had ordered a jury empar neled to try Jennings upon a Lunacy Inquisition The jury after hearing the testimony of those who have had charge of Jennings since he has beer in jail including Dr Burnette county physician and jailor Jack Adams could not agree as to the state of his mind and were discharged It is re ported that five of the six jurors be lieved him sane and one insane Council Meeting Thb City Council met on list Mon day night and appropiated500 to the improvement of the public square pro vided a like amount be given by the Fiscal Court and by private subscrip tionThe long distance telephone fran chise came up and was voted down and postponedTuesday May 10th was set aside as cleaning up day the ladies of the town to superintend the work and to be with workmen and a wagon and team The street committee was ordered to investigate the cost of macadamiz ing Totten avenue and to report An amendment to the concrete pavement ordinance was introduced and postponed until Friday night May 6th There is no doubt now but that we are soon to have cement walks Every one should attend the call meeting Fiiday night Income Tax Amendment The proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States per mitting the taxing of incomes has now been ratified by the ligislatures of six states Alabama South Carolina Oklahoma Mississippi and Mary land It is thought that the action of the Kentucky legislature in ratifying i t is legal which will make seven The only state defeating a resolution to gratify it is Virginia The of Georgia and Conneticut failed to take any action upon the resolution and those states may yet act favorably- In order to have the amendment both branches of the legislature of three fourths of the states must ratify the resolution The prospect is very favorable for the amendment since it has the affirmative votesTtif seven out of eight states that have acted upon it Action Democratic The Indiana State Democratic last week in nominating a can didate for the United States Senate will satisfy the party in that state and will be gratifying to democrats every where Not only because Hon John W Kern candidate on the democratic ticket for vice president in 1908 was the wise selection but because the people now a days want to know the platform of the party and who will be the individual selected to interpret and carry out the parties declarations Legislators do not always vote for the man for the U S Senate that a ma jority of the people want but when the party previously makes the selec tion for that a vote for the member of the state legislature Is a vote for the candidate selectedIt primarly through the and determined effort of Gover nor Marshall that this action was taken and he is to be congratulated for his conscientious action in secur ing the declaration by theconyention This is clean politics and should give the party in that state a good fighting chance for victory at the on coming election Fire Illinois importantplace morning furnished legislatures Convention democratic brilliant y Judge Bell Killed and Mrs Bell Seriously Injured Never were so many expressions of sorrow and regret heard in this com j munity as when the news came last Sunday morning that Judge Wm Conn Bell had been killed and Mrs Bell painfully if injured i in a terrible street car wreck in the j city of Seattle Washington The news came about the hour the i of the city had assembled for the Sunday morning services and when the report was circulated and an s nounced from some of the pulpits the j people were so shocked and bereaved that many eyes were full of tears at J the sad fate of their friends i A full account of the accident has not yet bleu obtained on account of the tiiliicuUy of getting telegraphic 5 communication in detail from such a distance But from private telegrams to Judge Bells family in Harrodsburg 5 and from the Associated Press it is learned that the Judge and Mrs Bell with a number of friends were return ing to their hotel last Saturday night about 10 oclock As their trolley car was about to ascend a lung hill a heavily loaded coal car on the same track had reached nearly the summit of the hill when suddenly loosed by the breaking of a coupling pin the bill gaining velocity and force with eyery inch crashed into the car upon which the Judge and sixteen others were passengers kill ing Judge Bell and one other almost instantly and injuring more or less all others on the car in eluding the Judges estimable wife 53 Reports are conflicting as to the ex tent of her injury but it is hoped that she is not as seriously hurt as r first repotted The remains will be f brought back to Ilarrodsburg for bur 5J ial but no arrangements have been 55 made for the funeral or time of burial He is survived by his wife fourteen yearold son his mother Mrs T C Bell two brothers Mr P E Bell of Ilanodsburg R S Bell of Berkele Cal aud two sisters Mrs Annie B Goddard of Paris Ky and Mrs C Harrison of California Judge Ben was born and reared in J Mercer county Ky being a son of the J late Thomas C Bell who 1 nent and distinguished member of the I Harrodsburg bar He utilized every I mouiant of his good educational op uortunities being graduated at J Georgetown College and afterward at the law department of the University of Virginia He began the practice of law with his father in Harrodsburg and continued to practice in that city with great success until he was elect ed Judge of this Judicial District in 1903 in which position he served faithfully and well for the period of six years Having possessed an unu ually cordial and sociable nature he was thus enabled to make the person al acquaintance of almost every per sou in this county during his term ou the bench and a more popular and be loved otlicial never served the people of Garrard county He had a kind word for every one and never went from his hotel to the Court room with out engaging pleasant conversation with those whom he chanced to meet and rarely ever stopped without a I1 number would gather about to hear a cheerful word from him and were never disappointed On the bench he was courteous stu dious and fair and possessed a won j derful judicial temperament ills powers were of the highest order Strict integrity and the high est judicial honor always marked his conduct The bar of this county had great regard aud affection for him and general regret was felt when he re tired from the bench He never lost an opportunity to express his apprecia r tion of the generous courtesies ex tended to him and his beloved wife by his friends iu Lancaster and Garrard county As a citizen and official Judge Bell belonged to that class which makes Kentuckys manhood hospitality and patriotism shine through the world as the brightest and best that God has created Bis future was full of hope and promise and had he lived there is no doubt that he would have received at the hands of an affectionate people many positions of trust and honor Hiss friends had selected him as the next Attorney General of his State which he would have used a to something higher and great erOur hearts are bowed in sorrow on account of the sad taking off of this great and good man while the strength and nobility of his young manhood was at its zenith Though the shadows had not lengthened near the closing days he had drunk deep of life and its successes and had sipped but little of the dregs and bitterness of disappointment His sad and un timely taking away leaves his lifes companion crushed and broken in spirit To her and all his dear ones our hearts go out in deepest sympathy In their sorrow they will find much consolation in his sincere kindly ear nest manly and successful life and that he was called home sunkissed and suncrowned with a smile upon his lips and a song in his heart and in the belief that he shall be blessed many fold in a peaceful entrance into that eternal home and there receive the plaudits and reward that come to one who can answer that he has passed a well spent life Later go to press we learn thatMrs Bell is very and danger Q I I i not seriously congregations i l was a promi fi I 14 Ij i l j I I I I r as celestl Aswe much better descended passenger z intellectual C steppingstone out of BUGGIES TO SUIT EVERYBODY at prices to Suit Everybody Headquarters for HARNESS I HASELDEN BROS GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery omobiles AGENTS FORE M P 30 125000 Pianders20 750oo F O B DETROIT- We also handle Automobile supplies oils tires etc and keep expert Auto men for repair work If you are intending buying phone us Bell 24 and we will have our demonstrator call on you Danville Ice Coal 60 l rL Qo i i a I s i i I I- ZJZJZJJ J W Z S S 4 ooceI I I I C A 1 IC I I I IC I I III J V v r J Tj- r i Q s i i a a I The finest and Lest line of Somes Phaetons AND Driving Wagons ever brought to this market Prices low No trouble to show goods WJ ROMANS IiI Buggies II Qoro0 4 a Some Pertinent Furniture Questions Do you shop around for your and get shortlived bargains Or do you just drop in somewhere most any where and take what the salesman gives you Or do you patronize regularly a furniture store where you can get the careful painstaking at tention of the owners of the business who realize more fully than anyone else the importance to them of your good opinion Men who are interested in the permanent sub stantial growth of their business- Men who believe that the right kind of 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 3 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 your sde of the furniture proposition There is more in furniture service than you have suspected unless you have tried the per sonal service of FGHurt Good Carpets Good Furniture LANCASTER 4 r andconfidence cnn s I JIN CIY r r q- s RT k z Furniture growth WEEMBRACE THE OppOltuni to draw attentionto our White Swan Flour Of all the highgrade flours the White Swan is the best as is evi dence by its increasing use among those who have tried other brands Have your grocer send you a sack in time for your next baking Your husband will appreciate the better bread cake or pastry We are in the market at all times for aiHiavbeaL Lancaster Efeyator and Flour Mills AEEX WALKER Prop or 9 J 1 h corn iwuujwwulJIfJ 1f4e CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A YEAR From The Land Of Novf GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr entered at the pot Office in Lnnccuter Kyt tu SecondClow Mail Mailer Member Ky Press Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky May 6 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Prtciuct and City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce Hon Harvey Helm a candidate to succeed himself in Congress subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party The English Sparrow When the English Sparrow first made its appearance in this country nd began to nest about the city and country home it was heralded as a public benefactor The alleged vir ue wliiuh was most appreciated was the general report that no catterpil iar or any other worm or insect pest could exist where the English Spar row was permitted todomicie On of thi favorable report its friends were the farmer the gardens ind especially the orchardist who gave t a hearty welcome But upon inves tigation it has been found that it will eat catterpillars or insects only when there is no wheat millet or cane seed or any other cereal in the farmers held for it to Seed upon The general public has come to know that this dirty vicious and destructive bird is the worst of all pests and is despised everybodyThe is planning to make determined and persistent ef fort to exterminate it and will re ceive the hearty cooperation of all the farmers of the country who lose tbous nds of di liars each year by reason of e Sparrow The gardners will also I dly j tin for it gets its part of the aill fruits especially the raspbery iue English Sparrow is the most dated of all birds because it is dirty destructive meanspirited and dog determined It annoys and de stroys all other birds and where once song birds built their nests about your premises you have the dirty and filthy den of the Sparrow- It takes a fierce and determined ef furL to cotquor the sparrow but if continued and persistent it is said bat he will leave for more congenial quarters All will j in heartily in the effort to reduce and if possible an nihilate the sparrow pest It may generally known that the Mother Goose of rhyme and jingle was a real Mrs Goose and it was to her grand children that she sang and recited the merry verses that have turned many a babys tears to smiles soothed many a childish sorrow and made happy many little heart this broad land Her soninlaw a publisher being attracted by the nursery rhymes took them down as he heard them from Mother Goose herself compiled them in book form and pub lisned them In a little old graveyard in Boston near the graves of Paul Revere John Hancock Samuel Adams and Benja man Franklins parents she sleeps and her tombstone bears this simple inscriptionMary wife of Isaac Goose age 42 years died Oct 1690 Ah who can measure the weight of a tear or the hearts deep cheer and sunshine It goes ringing down the ages bright ening and making glad as it did those hundreds ef years ago and today Moth er Goose numbers her cbildrens chil dren not by the one home she left be hind but by the thousands and thous ands of happy little hearts this wide world Around the National Capital hangs signs of crepe on every Republican officials door They are tryinir hard to throw out the life line The signal floats at their mast al though Wm Taft is beard calling dont give up the ship He has asked that a campaign be started in the interest of the party and some one suggests that he press agent But alas he has yelled wolf wolf too often The people have lost confidence and the has come in earnest The old hores of the Republican party in Congress are falling one by oneand Teddy is too far away to help with his big stick He could give Taft the nomination for President and laud him in office but he can not hold him there and make him live up to the promises he made the dear people Such is life the wicked flee when no man pursueth Many good Republi can journals offer some good remedies and suggestions whelp the grand old party out of the but so far no one has been able to diagnose the and death seems to be inevitable Why should we mourn the party that has long out its purpose and cse fulness Toe negroes are free and the party is without a platform Why keep a corpse O ren County Subscribe for tart r J Association- and account edly notbe distress needsa wheel Roosevelt d I a 8 throughout throughout faintly wolf case lived Democrat 1 Reply to School Trustees Two weeks ago I wrote a card in the CENTRAL RECORD for the pujpose of explaining my action in resigning from the School Board of the Lancas ter Graded School and not for purpose of provoking any controversy The trustees have seen fit to answer my card and assert that a statement made by me might be misleading to the public I think an explanaton of the fasts will show that my statement was cor rect and the answer of the trustees DJHleading Nut intentionally so but becausethey do not understand the true state of the record as I judge from reading their answer I think it would he of benefit both to the public and the trustees to state fully the facts in the matter so that all may be fully enlightened Three years ago I was elected School Trus tee Thereafter Lewis Y died and left a will with the following clause therein for the benefit of the Lancaster Graded Common School 1 will and bequeath the reraai ider of my estate in trust for the benefit of the Lancaster Graded Common School white and direct that the Garrard County Court shall appoint three men as trustees to and manage said fund Said men must be of high mor al character and good financial ability and give bond for performance of their duty and may be paid a reasonable amount for their services if they so desire The earnings of this fund shall only be used for each years of said school provided any bonded Indebtedness now existing may be pail out of it Reports of every two years shall be made to said court and recorded The court shall appoint and fill any vacancy that may occur in said board J J Walker fX A Arnold and my self were appointed by the court under this will and are now acting as trus tees under the will It was thought best by us to invest this money in land as it was a perma nent investment and the will gave us the discretion as to how we should in vest the money We purchased the Elliott farm for aboat 30000 and the same is now rented for S3 500 for the current year At the time we purchased this Elliott farm we be lieved that we would have enough money to purchase the Hudson farm which lies near the Elliott farm Mr Hudson cheerfully if not generously consented with us that he would let us have his farm merely because it seemed to fit exactly the money we would have He did not desire to sell it but merely consented to let us have it for this reason He further con sensed that we could take it or not as we pleased and if the money was not sufi dent we need not take the farm In other words he left it to us as to whether or not we would take of the concession I dare say that few other men in Gar rard county would make to us It turned out however that we would lack some 2000 of having enough money to pay for it We believed that by buying the Hudson farm we would not only have a safe investment but we could make the fund earn 1000 per annum more in the farm it vestment than otherwise It also de veloped that there was some doubt as so whether the trustees of the fund should expend the earnings of the fund or whether they should be ex pended by the trustees of the school It was therefore thought wise to bring what might be termed a friend ly suit to determine the questions in volved towit First whether or not the trustees of the fund were author ized to spend 2000 of the earnings in order to purchase the Hndsou farm which we believed a splendid invest ment that would have yielded 12 per cent Second whether or not the trustees of the fund or the trustees of the school should expend the earnings of the fund Both of these questions should have been settled among high minded men without the usual ani mosities and antagonisms that arise in the ordiuary law suit 1 have no doubt they would have been so settled had it not been for the cross action filed by the trustees of the school The trouble about my card and their answer is that they are tailing about one action and I was talking about another The results as stated in youranswer as to the litigation on the original action were personally satis factory to me If we had no right to invest the earrings in the Hudson land I am glad that the court saiJ so and thereby Mr Hudson keeps his land it is entirely eliminated from the consideration of the trustees because they have not sufficient money to pay for it I am also glad that the court of the school to expend the earnings of the fund because w are thereby re lieved of the burden and responsibil ity Our only object in bringing the suft as fj this question was to know whether we had a right to turn this money over to you or whether we were required to expend it ourselves You can readily see that It we had p lid the money over to you when we had no right to do so we would lit been for these earn ings on our bonds We doubted our right to pay this money over to you and were advised not to do so without first having the will construed but if the judgment of the court is upheld authorizing us to pay you the earnings of the fund we will be delighted to do so When 1 stated card that I be lieved that duties as trustee of the school were incompatible I did not have in mind any of the foregoing or any of the matters discussed in your answer I referred to a cross action technically called a and crosspetition filed by you 16 1910 in this same action in which you sought first to have the c tort decide that you took and held the legal title wdthe right to the po session and management of the said the Leaveil invest trutees I advantage contracta haves rImy my onMarch j y t expenses personally respM able issues counterclaim r L Y Leaven fund and that the fund and the title to the fund vetted on the testators death in you and your successors and that the executor had no right or authority to pay said fund or any of it to the trustees of the fund under the will and that such payment was a mi application of the fund and a perversion thereof not hy law and you were et titled to receive s i i fund and hold it I seriously ol j cted to the forcgoiuu conteniiin and the court decided against you on that contention and held that the will was vaiJ and and that the trustees or the fund to receive invest and manage the same and set le with the Garrard C unty every two years as directed by the wil1 You further contended in that cross action that if you were mistaken in your contention that the fund was vested in you then you that the lands purchased should have been conveyed directly to you and that you should now be placed in possession of the said land with the right to sell and convey the same On this contention the court decided against you and your cross action was dismissed and you prayed an ap peal to the Court of Appeals and one of your attorneys ordered the record copied fur the Court of Appeals and the same has been copied by the clerk and delivered to him I am in favor of upholding the provisions of will and I therefore could not consent to the matters contained in this cross action because 1 believed that it would De against the will As I did not want to appear in the Court of Appeals as appellant asking that the provisions of the will be ig nored and the fund paid to the trus tees of the school and at the same time appear as appellee asking that the will be upheld and the money paid tj the trustees of the fund I therefore resigned as school trustee I regret that my former card called forth an answer but I trust that the foregoing facts are so plainly stated that they can be understood by all With much respect- R H Batson Garrard Circuit Court T E Wheelers Heirs Pltfs Vs Notice to Creditors T E Wheeleas Heirs Defts All persons having claims against the estate of T E Wheeler deceased are hereby notified and required to present same proven as required by law to the undersigned atihis office in Lancaster Garrard coun ty Ky on or before My 31st 1910 W I Williams Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Mammoth King No 1894 My great Tennessee Jack A black jack with white points full 16 hands under standard foaled May 281905 weighing over 1000 pounds in moderate flesh He will not go to Lin coin county as reported but wi I make the 1910 season at my barn 2 miles from Paint Lick and onefourth mite from Manse on the Richmond and Lan caster turnpike at 1000 for mares and 20 for jennets to insure living cults Mammoth Kings measurements are 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 22r inch forearm 18i inch knee lOt inch below knee at smallest place 19 inch hock 16 inch around hoof at hair Will also stand a five gaited regis tered saddle stallion 15 hands high will furnish breeding and particulars laterCare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Money due when mare or jennets trad ed or parted with or bred to other stock Grass furnished at 2 00 per month for mares or jennets from a Phone in residence Burdett Ramsey Fanners this is the season to Stock Food- We have jut received a large shipment of INTERNATIONAL and are selling it at 285 per 25 pound pail as long as this lot lasts McRoberts I htt were entitled Curt awed 4t distance rI I I I I I I R B I i 1 t 7r said permitted binding Corn mitsioner use L Good Flouri MW lWl I FROMTHE I Flour DIRECT mil us is how our OBELISK brand comes That saves a of handling and all intermediate profits On that ac we are enabled to sell you such a high grade flour as the Obelisk at such a reasonable price Look for and save the coupons from each barreI they are valuable BANKS HUDSON IF ANY ONE KNOWS Ito I I 1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII i i t f+ IT IS THE Women I and one good reason that we are so proud of Glen Lilly Flour is because they all say it is the best WHITE HOUSE FLOUR is next When you say Flour to the grocer say Glen L ly fir3t hell understand and if your grocer has no Glen Lily or WhiteHouse Flour tell us we will tell you the ones that have GARRARD MILLING CO LANCASTER KY i i f i i I iI I i I it i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIr II 4 111 1 q 3 1 I DURING Lunch Hour you can hear the men talk Ing about the job they are on And you will not hear a word of fault finding if the Lumber for Is comes from our yards They I T know and you should too that our Lumber works up better and quicker than the ordinary grades Do you see a saving in that kind of a proposition Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co IIIII I t t w I Buggies Road Wagons AND BUGGY HARNESS Syracuse Plows Cutting and Drag Harrows When you think of building see the Lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished J IdHAMMAaK Paint i i Danville t t 0 Lick Ky- i a are sixpairs c stiffsole shoes yInmy pair a torment have had the misery of breaking them in only to them aside In the Cross Shoe I j have supreme comfort I season wear the Red Cross Shoe 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 Dont put it off even a day Come in now and let us fit you j every lay Red Wood Ilew York City This stiff soles I IkrT Y Oxfords 350 4 High Shoes a 45 We have just opened up in the tencent store room on Public Square a TIN AND PLUMBING SHOP Steam and Hot Water Heating Guttering and Repairing We are out for GOOD WORK and HONEST PRICES Let us figure on your work We appreciate all calls 1 l ii tr t 4 r tJi t t 4 I IS WHAT WANTI I I Lj Roofing YOUR WORK WE c D McCarthy I I a i i I I Bends with foot Jas W Smith Popular Music just received in stock A fine line of late Vocal and Instrumental 1VI TJ S I Oat 25Cts per copy F 6 HURT Lancaster A T SCOTT 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 2o 19R Burgia Exchange Cream Vermifuge your 1 I I VVHITES I is w TIE HAIUITEEI WORM REMEDY TIE CHILDRENS FAVORITE CCWARC Or IKITAT1OM f THE CCNUINC PREPARED OKLY BY BallardSnow Liniment C ex MO JfcRoberts Drug TONIC 1 p LOUIS storey r y n DOTYMcCARTHYLANCASTER KENTUCKY I IV aZPedrtosshOe I V Cracks and Creations Did cu That a rubberneck is the root of all evil Tat the place where you are treat ed best and grumble most is at home That a great tnsny people in Lan caster have their lingers in other peo ples pies That some people say Lancaster is the place to load the simple life That Adam got in trouble over an apple his descendants call it a peach That the reason so many young men part their hair in the middle is to keep their heads balanced That it is better to have the milk man than a cow as a rule the milk man is more trustworthy and they seldom chase any one That aristocrat ref itions have nothing to do with a mans character Cain the lirst family in the Holy Land That the trunks of a great many trees are being held for board to cover a few of the many tobacco barns that are going up in this county That Uncle Dave Ross says compo sition is the life of trade That Mr Bill Lears Jack has a lovely nuzzo contralto voice and has offered to lend it to the Lancaster Fair to be used as a megaphone That a great many questions come to the pusher of this pen Earle Farra wants to know how lung cows should be milked The same as short ones EarleThat people are still wondering j what Mr Daws Hughes can be wining in that little book of his That Mr Mount is so fond of an gument that he often goes out to the mile posts and argues with them about the dihfnce into town That Ware growing a mustache it can he ft ll very softly fell by the i person That Mr T K Watson prefers a sideburn and says he hopes to sup port one some sweet day That Mtnon Anderson says the thing he ever tried to do is to cjurt two girls at once and preserve a good average That there has been a bad bold rob ber ia Lancaster In looking all around to see who he might rob he the editor of the CENTRAL RECORD was the most chesty looking man in town add must be very rich The editor being a good man went to bed early and was sleeping the sleep ol an innocent babe while the robber was looking about his room for the gold and precious jewels he was sure must be there He at last found the editors trousers he turned them up in his hat he listened for a moment to hear the clink of silver and gold but hearing none ran his bands through the empty pockets then he felt sad his heart was touched Quietly In took SI from his own purse that to gather with his name and address am the request that the CENTRAI RECORD be sent him one year he pit it in the pocket of the editors trot sersNext morning when the young edi tor was putting on his uncreased Iron sers he heard the jingle of money his knaes smote together but when hi saw one years subscription pail in ad vance he became very ill and only tIle promptservice of Dr Kinnaiid why bled him for tie 1 saved his life BUCKEIE Mrs Jennie has returned from several days visit to her dough ter Mrs Floyd Curtis Mr A C Miles visited relatives at Law renceburg last week Mr Willie Layton of McCreary was the guest of Mr Bascom Brown Saturday and Sunday Master Gilbert Curtis of Paint Lick is visiting Lie grandmother Mrs Jen nie Broadus Mr and Mrs George Bay and Mrs visited Mr and Mrs L L Sanders of Crab Orchard Mary Dickerson attended the funeral of her sisterinlaw Mrs B C Potts at Bicbmond last Tuesday I I I art McHobel ts is bal lest Broadus Nora Teater Mrs I I know belonged to ij ht deci led 1 Unrecorded Deeds The following arp the unrecorded deeds in the Clerks office of the Gar rard County Court April 25 1910 and for the following reasons have not been recorded Fees ill stxte paid viz Adams Minerva to Sallie R Williams Adams Tom by Comr to Kittie Perkins Arnold W A to Mary Arnold Anderson Henry c to Robert Rice Arnold Ike to J haul Adams F and wife to George Hardin Arnold W A to Aliie F Arnold Bruner Lawrence to Leslie Calvin Bruner Ball Amos Charlotte to James White and Henry Bal Best Ebens IIrs to Eben Bests Hrs Burdctte S L Exr to Ben Lackey Brock Monroe to Mary Ledford Ball Joseph t wife to John Galloway Baker Aimers hrs by Comr to I W Gastinean Baughman Sallie to Elzina Anderson Bland Wm wife to Mike Rodgera Babcock A W to George Collier Beazley Keene to II P Walls Black Lucy Ellen to Nannie Naylor Butcher Sarah to Stephen Kemper Baugbmau J T Admr of Harry Smith by Con to Alex Cochrai ConnEliza to Elisha Johnson Cooley Nancy hrs by Comr to Lizzie Tanker sley others Clark James H c to Huke Preston ComptonW II to John II Prewitt Co tier Morton wife to Jack Spratt Cooley Nancy hrs by Comr to James Ross Cooley Nancy hrs by Comr to Robert Ross Cheatham Napoleon by Comr to William Humphreys Cotton Jas A wife to George McLear Cooper Sam to Jeff Dunn Cochran Alex by Comr to Henry Cochran Dillon Mrs Elizabeth to Mrs Roberta El kin Doolin S D Dan to Walter Humphrey Doolin Sid Dan to Dan and Sid Doolin Par tition deed Davis Enos to Wm 0 and H T Mays Dailey John te to Powell Dailey Dunn Jas Erasmus hrs by Comr to Bertha Ann Dunn Dunn Harrison to Jack Simpson Elkin Ztick Sr to Robert L Rose Edwards A F others to A C Baird Engleman Frank to Andrew Beazley Engleman Frank to Lemuel White Trustee Elkin W T Jr to T A Elkin Fish W S wife to L J Fish Fanlkner Daves hrs Ac to J H Payne Floyd Alex by Comr to John C Boner Gill Tolliver to Francis Gill Hamilton Jas I and wife to Sparks Hamilton las I and wife to 8 D Doolin Hager Wm F to S W Hager and others Hamilton Jas I and wife to Loyd Bourne Hunt F W to Jas Hunt Hill O P and wife to B M Bnrdette Hammack Sarah E to Ned Lawson Humphrey Clayton to Russell H Humphrey Hudson B F to Cook A Kibler Holtzclaw John T and wife to Hurt John Sr and etc to J W Baker Hiatt Wm and others to Robert Broaddus Higginbotham Geo hrs by Comr to Mary R Mitchells hrs Haynes A Company to G W Coyle A Gates Hall John A to Albert Napier Heudrixson J G to Trustees Huffman W J to H B Ray Hamilton Jas I and wife to R S Naylor Johnson J S and wife to Citizens National Bank of Lancaster Ky Kennedy J II by Comr to Wm T Pointer Kemper Stephen to MaryLctcher Kemper Stephen to Mary Letcher Lackey Graiivllles hrs to Allen Lewis and John Guynn Lancaster Cemetery co to Nythan K Bogie Same to I Gastineau Same to Mrs Bell Bassitt Same to Mrs Maranda Eason Same to Garrett Woods Same to William Simpson Same to H T and J M Logan Same to W G Jones Same to Frank N Folger Same to Mrs Annie Adams Same to Sam D Rotawoll Same to Wm Green Same to K S Grimes Same to S Brown Same to John Ball Same to James Rodgers Same to Cathrlne Parton Lane Henrys hrs to Henry Lanes hrs Ac Letcher Mary to Alex Thomas and etc Lawson Wm and etc to A H Stlgall Lawson Wm L to Jack Denny Lawson James hrs to Salem W Gillispie McQuerry Thomas hrs b Comr to Arthur McQuerry Miles N D and wife to J M and J A Nave May E C and etc to D N Montgomery MiddletonIsaacD to John Will Huffman Merritt Wade Lee and Joe Hellen by Comr to John W Smith Meridith Joseph Admr by Comr to derson Naylor Odus and wife to Edward Naylor Navlor Ed and wife to Odua Naylor Naylor Odas wife to Ed Naylor Naylor J P and etc to Luther Smith Nave J M to Mrs Lucy National Bank of Lancaster to L K Haret Newland Daniel 8 to James Hnnt Napier A L and wife to Michael and Wm Lane Napier wife to Henry Tankersley Noel Mary M and others to 0 T Layton Owens Thomas and others to Garrard County Fiscal Court Owens Henry and wife to Sallie Simpson Prewitt Jas R and wife to 8 Estes Prewitt Carroll and wire to Wm T Watson Pointer Vince and etc to 8 W Benfro ten 1 W c c c I c J R c c B F Holtzclaw Dist 35 c I WEAn Albert and G Philipps Lro L D and Hicks I 1I r Parks John B and etc Trustees and others II to B F Hudson Deed of trust Perkins Emanuel Admr and etc to James Ramsey Perkins Kittle by Comr to Thomas Adams Roystou Daniels hrs by Cemr to J B Carter Royston W W and etc to Eliza Ray Romans W J and wife to Morgan Adams Ross D G hrs by Comr to James L Ross Scott Annie to Moses Lawson Shackelford D B and etc to Seymore Hiatt Suttoa Wmand wife to Poor Ridge and Sugar Creek Pike Co Sebastin W H Sr and etc to W H Sebastin Jr Sutton Walter to James Austin Singleton William to William E Anderson aageser John to John Preston chooler George to Madge Ables Stewart Roy to George White scott Jas A hrs by Comr to Susan Miller Stewart Roy toZack Stewart Tomlinson Henry A wife to Clarence Bruner Tomlinson H J and wife to Leslie Bruner Turner B F to Phebe J Tudor Tomlinson R H and etc to T Leavell Tinsley Jerome and Homer to Poor Ridge and Sugor Creek Pike Co Turner F W to J R Hill Tudor John B to Thomas E Hudson homas Alex and etc to Jas I Hamilton udor J E by Comr to Mary E Smith Quit claim deed Vearren Brutus to Llge Sanders White John N and etc to L C Templeton Vhite John N and etc to Leslie Huffman white George to William White Vest Richard and others to II B Ray Aalker E II and wife to James Rothwell Walden Delphia and etc to W N Payne Warren Elizabeth hrs by Comr to Martha J Anderson Walker E H and wife to Wm Perkins Walker Geo to Speed Kennedy Worrell Elijahs hrs to Moses Lawson Wheeler Jas hrs by Comr to James Wheeler Jr Walker E H to Dock Hunt White David and Nancy hrs to Sarah J Tomp son White David and Nancy hrs to Margaret An derson Walker E H to Ann Mulling Walker E H to Samuel Slavin col Wallace Wm and wife to Wm Kennedy Walker E H and wife to Wm Kennedy Walker E H and wife to Chas Dilen Walker E II and wife to Dock Hunt The following deeds on file have not been recorded because of the fact I have iio deed book in which to record same Armstrong W A to Thomas Chappel Anderson J E and wife to Bettie Anderson Arnold wife to Wm Marshbank Burdette Keene and etc to Jas I Hamilton Bourne J B to Milo Simpson Bowling 6 A and wife to Zack EikitrS Beazley Arthur to R S Naylor Burnett Wm to Bettie R Henry Crawford Sills to J W Sweeney Chappel Thomas and wife to T M Howard Carter J B to J T Allen Sr Davis Lncindas hrst o Dock Simpson Dunn Laura E and etc to G B Swinebroad Dishon T E to G M Dishon Dishon T E and G M to P P Dishon Doolin S D to Jas I Hamilton Faulkner Celia to John N White Gay John L to J H Brandenburg Hammack Telitha and etc to A J Hammack Hill Stephen A to John W Hill Hill Thomps to Jesse Hill Hamilton H C to George Mullins Hamilton Jas I to Booth Thompson Hill J W to Stephen A Hill Hurt F G to Sarah H Hamilton J W to Thomas McMillan Hamilton J I to A J S Sanders Hamilton J I to Thomas Hicks Hamilton I to W T Doolin Jackson Isiah and etc to John W Jackson Jackson John W to Isiah Jackson Jones J A and etc to Jennie Comley Kinnaird Fleecie C to J W Sweeney Kavanaugh Jennie L to James Hunt Kidd W F to Pleasant Evans Land James to Floyd Humphrey Leavell Geo A to Green Burnsides and wife Ledger James to Jas I Hamilton Lancaster Cemetery Co to Mrs Nannie Montgomery Thos H to Wm Sherrow McClane C M to Gabe Keightley and Hugh D Stiles Mathews Frances E and etc to Wm MarshalBullitt McRoberts R E to Eliza E Smith Masters Wm G by Comr to Talton May Meadors J M to Wm Hatfield Mack Mary and etc to Lemuel White Meadors J M to Jennie L Mount Marsee Joel and etc to Jas I Hamilton May Talton to Sidney Masters Naylor Samuel to Odus Naylor Naylor R S to Jas Hamilton Nave J D to C B Ledford Naylor Odus to Ed Naylor Potts America to Lewis Doty Potts H C hra by Comr to Leslie T Bradshaw Pennington John to C FJennings Patterson G M to Theodore Currey Robinson Margaret and etc to Victor A Lear Rutherford C A to W H H Creech Robinson Charles 8 and etc to A T Scott Sandusky J B and etc A Price Sutton Mis Margaret to Jas 1 Hamilton SanderS Elijah to Ambrose Callico Schooler Geo and etc to Smith and Sarah A Baker Scott J A to Geo P Farley Turner Gilbert and Jas I Hamilton Turner Lucy Ann to Jas I Hamilton Turner Joseph and etc to C M Lyons and F L Clark Vanwinkle A C to B F Goode Walker Lewis L as Ear of Dorcas L Walker to Geo B Robinson Walker E H to Geo Beazley Weeks W G to I A Congleton Attest J W Hamilton Clerk 6 C C z I to I C RuckerI PottsJ Jr c IS I I I I c I I I T and j Hamilton toW etCto p f ELand Hurl WIDE CHOICE OF PARASOLS Seasons Offerings Give Every Wom an a Chance to Have a Design The assortment of parasols this year is almost endless One concern is showing over 600 and this does not take into ac count the variety of colorings under each design The plain coaching parasol again has the field to itself Of ruffles flounces and drapery effects there are practically none In point of number of ribs the can get what she pleases The samples shown have seven eight nine ten 11 12 and 16 ribs The early demand has been for parasols made with nine or more ribs The split spreaders with the gold finish are again favored in the Japanese effects having 12 or 16 ribs Handles are long some of them measuring fully 18 inches Under the skillful manipulation of the handle makers many ingenious conceits are brought out Even to a more degree than last year large num bers of these handles splendidly match the covers with which they combine to form the finished parasol Among the novelties in handles are those whose ends are finished with disks or are of a mushroom shape This particular type of handle Is ished in a variety of ways many are carved some are enameled others are Inlaid with jet and stone The novelties of the season include a pagoda shaped parasol having 12 ribs curved upward for two or three inches near the tips This parasol Is covered with a variety of silks and colorings but invariably is finished at the edge with a fluted border of some silk of a contrasting color about an inch and a quarter wide Canopy tops have also appeared after an of many years A decided coming under the latter head is a double canopy effect which Is by constructing a duplication of the top canopy finish which extends from the lower edge of the extra long runner up to and covering the notches to which the spreaders are The material of which this second canopy point Is made is as a lining to the low arid corering ine slirea3ers7 EASILY AND CHEAPLY MADE Roses for Trimming Hats May Be Produced at Home by Any Clever Girl One of the loveliest of the early showings of new hats was trimmed with roses made in soft shades of sheeny silk combined with folds of silk in the same tone Though this hat was straight from Paris the roses upon it could easily be fashioned by any girl who has ever made paper flowers Each petal was distinct cut from ovals of double silk wired on the edges inside and grouped around a center of pistils and that can be bought from any millinerIt for the novice to on paper petals before cutting Into the silk Should she have any old silks make a complete flower by way of sample It helps toward good sha ding to draw a sketch of the coloring on watercolor paper and work from FIRST OF THE SEASON Distinctive manufacturing designs buyer remarkable fin I absence novelty produced secured continued J stamens t parasol he experiment that This attractive waist Is of Tome made with groups of tucks and trimmed with shaped bands of the material which are ornamented with buttons and straps of soutache The sleeves are trimmed to the little gulmpe Is of correspond lace r g 0 N UW t 1 We have just received a large line of Deering Osbourne Cutting Harrows Columbus Wagons Kauffman Buggies and in fact everything needed on the farm See our line of Stoves and Ranges White House and Buster Brown Shoes Men and Boys Suits Carpets and Druggets to fit any room at to please you Co Bryantsville Ky I I FarmingImplements I ca I 8 I I S Rprices I I Becker Ballard r YffJJJ r1 CeX0X rr llffl TGlr B e e p ii I 1910 SEASON 1910 Afefc 4092 Rex 1796 Lucy Wells 604 Fee 25 to Insure R S SCUDDER McKinney Ky lE1VINE Peavine Coal FOR SALE Cheap For Cash or Clean Eggs 16 Hens Ducks 10 to i2cts Geese Sets Turkeys 12 to iscts Just received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot I Fresh 16cts 13cts H B Produce- R to Norll1t Doty Jr Iw A I rg I ixj- SPRId G GOODS J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3L Residence Phone 3L LANCASTER KY Mound Bay coat atrifle more bwt OrC A JlLStoraws CityPaIgts k- I J i WOOL J a Price HighestMarket R GOTT CO BOLTACRAT 4I41I W He will make the season of 1910 at our stable on Herring avenue at 15 to Insure a Living Colt BOLTACRAT record 224 is a black stallion by Bermuda 5874 dam Carrie Macs by Camp Ferguson 494 grand dam Lady Thome Jr by Mambrino etc Bermudas sire is by Banker 4114 dam Pattie Patchen Bulticrats cults have records better than 230 His get Crapshooter 211 HiTKs2m Lee Mock 222J Ruby Lee 223 J D 2271 Joe Taylor 224i and Grayhound 2 Bermudas colts all have records under 230 as is also the case of Carrie Mack Boltacrats dam thus proving that he is from a strain of winning stock himself a winner We will also stand at same time and place Daws Hughes At 300 to Insure a Living Colt Black Jack 15 hands high who has shown some of the bet cilts In Gar rard County Money positively due if mare is with sold or bred to another otherwise agreed te We are not responsible for accidents shouldany occur J I H C HAMILTON W L DOUCLAS 3OO35O4OO parted animal being ut lets S SHOES UNION Boys Shoes 200 250Fast Color Eyelets Used 5500 lest ill tile Worlll MADE der W Douglas sloes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style easy Fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of ether If you have been paying ling prices for your shoes the next time seed a pair give Douglas shoes good in every way as those that have pricesIffactories made you would then they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other makesIV L Douglas name and price is on the bottom to the r uer against nigh prices and inferior Take NCI Sut l if L Donnas shoes are not for tale in your vicinity write for Mail Order Catalog WL Fruit and TREESEverything for Orchard Lawn and Garden fee MilliM Strawberry Plaits No Agents Free Catalogues E F Hillenmeyer Son Lexington Ky L makes you W L yourfootwear yourselfhewunderstandwhy O mental EXCURSION 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN l r W 70 BbI EBYy JW7oMITH SUNDAY Nay 5th SPECIAL TRAIN linGty55f AK- MK TICKET MEKT FM PUTKUUtS lYe Tuberculosis We are glad to give our readers of the interesting addresses on Tuberculosis of Doctors J B Kin n and J A Amon delivered at the special union services held at the church in this city on the evening of April 24 The entire addresses would be published had we the space DC Kiunaird siid in part We imagine we have in Kentucky the finest climate the best water purest air of any State in the Union We boat of our celebrated Blue Grass region as though we were lucat ed on the threshold of Paradise But permit me to correct the error Among other things Kentucky i famed for is its illiteracy and high de tn rate from tuberculosis During he year 1907 there were GJ38 deaths tuberculosis reported to the State Huard of Health for the State of Kentucky What a tremendous nancial loss If each life be es im t d it 1700 the actual and real to Stare that cannot be replaced tmounts to 10904000 This does nut include the thousands of dollars paid out for doctors nurses and for medicines and the necessary loss of time of others in caring for those sick of the disease Should a case of small pox be re ported as existing in this community there would be a stampede Excite ment wouLi prevail to an alarming extent and the officers of the law and health would be appealed to and urte to remove the case out of this locality and place it under quarantine yet uiortaliy from small pox is noth ing to be compared wiUi tuberculosi The average number of deutis per county in Kentucky is fiftyfour J am sure that there are at least seven tvfive in this county How are we to prevent the spread of tuberculosis and save this leakage of untjld millions The people must learn that tuberculosis is not heredi tary and that it is a preventable dis ease They must be taught that con sumptiou a germ disease and can be prevented as surely as diphtheria ty hoid fever and scarlet fever Teach ers can impress it upon children in school and in turn parents can be taught by children that the Great White Plague can be subdued only by exercising care and taking proper pre cautions against the spread of the ba cilli which are scattered broadcast by the sputa of the consumptives It is criminal negligence and wilful murder for a tubercular patient to upon fl ors or public highways The baccili become dried up and still alive are scattered by every breeze that carries the disease laden dust These germs gain access to the system either through the lunurs by dust or by swallowing milk and other fluids or by meats that are infected Patients should take every precaurm against spreading the disease Suitable paper boxes are made and are t be bad at any drug st ire that patients may car ry in which the sputa may be deposit ed until a place can be found to burn it We do not inherit tuberculosis but we do inherit a predisposition This should be a warning to avoid that would tend to lay a foun dation for the disease We should keep up our ialitv This can be done bv right hi g and avoidance of everything fiat would lower our natural resistance Physi cians recognize the fact that dissipa tion destroys this natural resistance to disease and when a drinking man contracts any serious illness the chances against his recovery are de cidedly unfavorable Fresh air fySJjTgooa rest mental and physical should when properly applied in in cipleut cases of consumption result in the cure of the majority of cases Let us all work together in an in telligent manner to teach the coming generation that man should live out his allotted time Let us burn into the minds the principle that a pure and upright life is a material aid in protracting our lives and that sow ing wild oats is sowing the seeds of death that to be good and useful cit izens we must be clean in body and mind Dr Amon said in part Tuberculosis is a communicable preventable and curable disease Robert Koch of Berlin in 1881 the bacillus which he demon strated to cause of tu berculosis form multiplies so rapidly and so invisibly in the body of the affected person that the consump tive in coughing emits several million in 24 hours In air and sunshine it loses its vitality i i a short time whereas in cold dark aud damp places it will live for months even years The weight of medical opinion ii that this disease is transmissable from cat tle to human beings The germ varies i i virulence at different times and in different animals that of that cow being especially virulent This germ enters the body either with the air we breathe or with tuberculous food stuffs but rarely through wounds The consumptive spits upon the flour or other objects the spittle a dust rises into the air and ds breathed by al who come in contact with it The most common lodge meet Is in Vie gladds of the nesk and arterioles of the lungs Wherever it implants itself an inflimation may around it with the result that a tubercle is formed At this point the development may become arrested and remain Latent for years or again it may soften and its centents be discharged When this condition occurs in the lungs it is called con gumption in tha glandularstructures scrofula in the bony structures it IB what is familiarly known as white swelling Between birth and old age it o tie lass s expectorate suitable in abundance Thi dries into occur pot i 8 77 l abstracts gird Baptist guru the the everything sunlight ttou inK discovered berthe ecific causes one out of every seventh in adult life one out of every third or fuurth death In infancy and in old age tuberculosis claims its fewest victims while from early manhood and womanhood it claims by far its greatest number You will likely wonder how with all these teeming millions of bacilli about us any one ever escapes the disease The Pact is very few of us die without some trace of its activi ties It is estimated that 98 per cent of all who die of various diseases show traces of tuberculosis must therefore be prepared to battle with this enemy Two condi tions are essential to the development of this disease 1st the presence of the germ 2nd a predisposition of the body due to various unhealthful fac tors such as vicious heredity alcolu 1 poveity sudden changes of temper ature overwork worry bad ventila tion and recent acute disease Siuce the Indi in has changed from the wigwam to the box house and heating stove he is rapidly dying of consumption In no other way are the baleful effects of alcohol more forcibly shown than in the predipo sition it causes to consumption It may be noted that the Jew who is lest subject to this disease is the most temperate and that the negro and Indian who are very susceptible are also very intemperate- It is a common thing to see a drunk en parent rear a family of tubercular children We are therefore baud capped by the bad living of our ances torsThe conditions which tend to this disease are low altitudes dampness density of population crowded rooms rooms from which sunlight and air are excludedWhy we meet with tuberculosis as frequently as we do in people who live in the country and who spend a large part of their time in open air and sunlight It is probably in a large measure due to illventilated steeping rooms Bedrooms should be so open that the temperature would be as low inside as it is outside No room should have less than two win dows and they should be opened at night one up from the bottom the other down from the top In whom may we look for this dis ease What is the appearance of the child predisposed to the disease He has pallid skin flabby flesh his nose is large and broad there is a dis rirge from the nose enlarged turbin d bones obstructing breathing i rough the nose He has adenoids hypertrophied tonsils lie is a mouth breather and starved for oxygen He has an unhealthy throat persistent bronchitis enlargement of glands of neck and throat is poorly nourished narrow shallow chest projecting shoulder blades sloping shoulder small respiratory muscles shallow breathing defective development of pulseInThat the height is out of proportion to the weight th neck is loop and thin shoulders are stooped and slop ing There is of muscular vigor the chest is narrow and does not freely There is pallor of coun tenance frequently a pearly complex ion and a transparent skin showing the veins There may be glandular enlargement Those who are begin ning to develod this disease usually show first of all a morning cough a disinclination to exercise a loss of weight a quickening of the pulse shortness of breath a flush of the cheek and a slight afternoon rise of temperature All of these symptoms spay not be present In any given cfse but the presence of a of them should always arouse a suspicion Natures cure is a generous diet sunshine by day and fresh air by T win the flght we must be gin before the battle is already won by the enemy D W Hart Pisgab Ky Breeder of B P Rocks says I used Bour bon Poultry Cure with my fowls and find it to be a splendid conditioner and tonic I have also cured cholera with it Sold by J B Mount and Son Young Girls just entering into womanhood often suffer much pain and misery during the change of ther female trouble started during that trying period and has clung t them ever since Cardui is a friend to young girls as well as to women of all ages It has been found to help women during their trying periods by relieving pain and restoring disordered organs to death I expand J night organizationMany r Everyone Pick number i Take 1 Mrs Mary Miss writes staying with me and going to sister was in misery I got her to take afew doses of and it helped tbeeiunder the cbyhad not benfor that wonderful medi cine Try help you For J Ly f Hudson t WhIle i I myyoung j i t myI l 41 I I t I I I Eastman terrible herat once 1 fallsale ArID THE DOG CAME BACK Plttsburg Mans Act of Duplicity sot Him Nothing as the Slang Phrase Says Out in the Schenley Farms district Is a large1 irate man who is on the lookout for a small freckled boy with a funny little green cap And woe betide that boy if he is caught which he probably will not be The man has a dog or what passes for one in the eyes of his wife It is one of those wispy and bedraggledlooking kyoodles with a peevish disposition and a mop of hair hanging in its eyes It is the gift of his wifes mother and to his wife is all that a dog could or should beIt was when the gentleman In came one morning upon a small frecklefaced youngster with a funny little green cap playing with the dog that an inspiration came to him Say boy he ventured would you like to own that dog Wot me replied the boy I wouldnt take him for a gift But said the man he seems to like you rand Ill tell you what Ill do Ill give you a quarter If you sneak away with him and lose him some where But be careful that my wife doesnt see you or shell skin you aliveIm on said the kid and clutch Ing the coin and the dog he darted away while the man proceeded to his office with a light heart Evening came and the man returned to his home At the threshold be was greeted by a shrill yelp and there stood his pet aversion with a brand new ribbon at its throat 0 James cooed his wife What do you think Poor little Fluffy was lost all day I was worried nearly sick And then a little boy brought him back The dearest little chap with a freckled face and a funny little green cap He found him away down town and I gave him a dollar for his GazetteTimes TAKING NO CHANCES Ilol troublePittsburg ar question are now about to enter the gallery of the senate Silas Hayrick Wait a minute till I hide my watch and money Timely Interruption- Mrs Benham had just seated herself to work at a bit of embroidery that required particular care and attention when there came a ring at the I just know thats Mrs Gum my she said as she laid down her work and went to answer the call Whenever I am unusually busy and havent any time to spare she rings me up and talks to me by the hour She was right It was Mrs Gummy who was fully as talkative as ever She began with a long story and when fairly in the middle of it the clock on the wall of the room began to strike Wait a moment interposed Mrs Benham I cant hear you until this noise stops What that noise asked Mrs Gummy after it had ceased It was only the clock answered the patient Mrs Benham You know it always strikes once or twice when we get to talking The conversation did not last long after Companion Made It Clear Jim had never learned to read by the ordinary methods the face of the old eightday clock It pleased his longtime employer however to ask him the hour and hear his answers Jim what time does the old clock say he asked one evening when he had callers Step out In the hall and seeJim was gone several minutes but returned with a beaming face jes a minute to see whichd get ahead de shot one or de long one he said Wen I went out dey was bofe on de let han wind in place sah But de long one she clip it up good an libely wen she see me watching out an now shes bout a Inch ahead Wonderful You can talk all you want of find ing a clam in the chowder said the table dhote fiend and real beans in the soup and coffee beans in the cof fee but what do you think has to me Give it up Ive found a mushroom In the sauce on this spaghetti Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Ann M Broadus Heirs Plaintiffs Vs Aon M Beirs Defendants to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at its in the abovestyled case 1 as Master Commissioner of said in said case will on Monday May 23rd between ten oclock a m and two oclock p m it beimr the regular County Court day of Garrard county for said month sell to the highest bidder at the courthouse door in Lan caster Garrard Kentucky the following property situated in Gar Kentucky on Broadus Branch or Li k creek and bounded as followsi at a point in middle of Nicholsons Branch in line to B F Gay and corner to J B Carters heirs tbence leaving and with Car GuideWe mister telephone made thatYouths AhAhwaited sahYouths Compan- Ion I happened I Broadus Inobedience t Special April 5th 1910 1910- I county i April term court grouch ter heirs N 51 W 725 chains S 38 W 383 chains N 08 W 1882 chains to a Jf point 9 feet No ti of a locust tump and sprout corner to same thence with line of 40 acre tract sold by M Bruaddus to J B Carter If 2805 to a pout in middle of 7 Lick Creek turner to same thence J down Lick Ureek S 29 E 1C6 chains to an elm stump on Snuih bank S 811 E j 525 chains to a stone on South bant S 78 E 570 chains to a sycamore oa bank N 41i E 500 chains E N G9i E 645 S 72 E 700 chains 1 point on North batik and midway between a sycamore and honey locust i standing about 15 feet apart corner to Carter hAirs and NatbaiM PrewiM thence with Prewitt tM down creek i N 89 E 885 chains N 67J E 1075 chains to a point 2 feet S uth of Frew E itts yard fence and 18 feet short of n 3 spring on North side of creek S 62 E 169 chains to a point in middle of Creek Iud opp the mouth of a drain corner to Prewii S 59 E 572 chains t a pout In mklrtlR of creek and at mouth of Nih loris i Branch thence up said branch S 28J W 700 chain S 1H W 12nO rtinins ta point on East sido S 19J W C75 chains to a pint 8 feet West if stone fence S 495 W 800 chains to the be ginning contyininir 15303 acres This sale is made fur the purpose of dividing the nroceerls amongst the J owners of said land according to their t respective rights and interests TERMS t Said land will be sold in one body bj the acre sale will be made on a credit of I six and twelve months one half of the r purchase m n v being due in six I months from day of and the other half being due in twelve mouths from day of sale The purchaser will bo required to execute bonds with good security to the Master Commissiorer i for the purchase money bearing oer cent interest perannnm fnm dat 5 of sale till paid upon which tx u edition may issue if not paid at m tuijy the same having force and ef I feet of a judgment A lien win ill g be retained upon the land sold for the of the purchase money and aforesaid W I WILLIAMS 1 Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit s Court Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court j Lucy Ann Simpsons Executor Piff VS Addie Sparks c Defendants In obedience to a judgment of titGarrrrd Circuit Court rendered at its April Special term Apiil 5 1910 in toe abovfstylen case 1 as ftiaste Commissioner case will MONDAY MAY 23 1910 between ten oclock a M and two oclock p m it being the regular I County Court day of said county for mouth se I to the highest bidder tt the court house door in Lancaster 2 Garrard county Kentucky the here I unifier described real estate or s nuch as may be necessary n Said real esi ate lies in coon g ty Kentucky on the Buckeye turn pike aud is bounded as follows y Tract A Beginning at hree notches n fence in a drain and 10 feet west of s a dead double buckeye in line to Davis Suit ons and a new corner to the I part cut off to thence near line to said up said drain and across a N 37 E 1207 chain i to a stake in the middle of another drain or holloiv 14 links N a marked mulberry printer standing on N E bank of thence down hollow N 28j W 305 chains to a stake 1 in West batik and about 15 feet west of the mouth of a small drain enter ing from the west N 22J E 7 1C chains to a marked locust on south bank of a branch in line to Mrs Hill and a new corner to said Betsy Warren thence down branch with Hill ft 171 w 287 chain N 35 W 2 77 N 14 W 522 chains N 50J W 50o chains N 121 W 300 chains N 71 W 150 chitin to a stake on south bank of branch nnd at mouth of a drain entering from tne South corner to Hill and Davis Sutton thence with Sutton up drain S 17 W 783 chains to a hickory in drain S 11 W 1154 chains to the south draw bar post of a pair of draw bars on a ridge corner to said Sutton thence with a wire fence N 68 W 090 chains to a stake and fence pnst i line to S S Long and corner to said Sutton with 7 W 1C78 chairs to a stake on a south hillside corner o same and in line to said Sutton thence with S 87 E 1650 chains to the beginning and 51 79 acres Tr ct B Bounded a fillows towitBeginning at a strike in hollow and corner to Hill at mouth of small ho low thence with Ann Simpsons aforesaid 60 acres 3 roods and 14 poles tract S 221 W 3o poles to a post at end of draw bars thence S 81i W 216 pubs to a st ike at east post of draw bars thence S 691 E 34 7 poles to a stake thence N loi W 2e poles to a hickory in a drain thence down same N 17 E 52 poles to a stake at mouth of drain in a line of Hill in a branch thence with middle and meanders of same with Hill S 72i E 6 poles S 78 E 10 poles S 45f E 14 poles S 56 E 4 poles S 16 E 22 poles S 43 E 7 S 191 E 7 poles to the beginning con laiuing acres 2 roods and 21 poles Tract No B is a part of tract No A and is included in the above bound ary of trac N A Tract No B is caled Second Tract in the judg went ofsale Tract No B or o much thereof as may be necessary to raise the indebtedness hereinafter set forth will be first and in the event it fails to bring the necessary amount then enough will be sold from what is left of tract No A and adjoining tract No B to make up the sum required to be raised Reservation is made of passway over Tract No B as said pass way now exists Said sale is made for I he purpose of paying I gr ing to L Sparks and for and allowances the total amount to be raised amountng to 172887 TERMS Said sale wi 1 be made on a credt of six and twelve months one half of the purchase money being due in MX months from day of sale and the other half due in twelve months from day of sale and the purchaser wilt be re qnired to execute bonds with good se to the Mister Commissioner for the purchase money bearing ix per annum from date of sale till paid upon which bonds execution issue if not paid at maturity said bonds naving force and effect of a I upon the land for the payment of the purchase money with interest W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court i May 2 1910 I I i IIi AI n tEll I R I stump to a r J I I I l t Sid I I six I I P onEaid then of now cw ridge GQiV rom hollow LongS 23 slId I I 1 I Ii I judgment A lien will be retained i t chi ins 6 Nut th chain t C- Lick cite W sale navmert interest Warren chains Sutton containing Lucy btedness teas s percent may aforesaid 5 + TJIrgfliaflrA iliaiBiailtrgi jljl IMigBiglBirHni A Car Load of LaPorfe and John Deere 1 L BUGGIESSomething new in Corn Planters and Drills the John Deere See them before buying The best Corn Planter on earth A few Cutaway Harrows left none so good saves a team and hand each day J R Mount Son Co Hardware Implements Grass Seeds Just received a big lot of Screen Doors price 950 to 175 tI ill iI m K II JfiJ in payment of account If he has no bank account of his own he has to rely on the good nature of friends to get the cash for the checks If he had an account at the Garrard Bank and Trust Co he could have his checks cashed without obligations to Think that over if jou are not a bank depositor Ii I anybody THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DENNY resident J E STORM ES Vice S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Erabry Bookkeeper Sam D Cochran Alex R Danny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J WI Williams Prest DUE TOI L Gill Gff1 HEY will not burn Will split or curl like wood shingles Will not crack and roll off like slate Will not at the seams not I like plain tin Neither will they rattle during high wind storms j I They never need repairs and last as long as the building And last li of all they make the handsomest roof and are not If Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa ITS QUALITY THAT COUNTS When buying that fence dont get V U rx bargain by the end cf the first season wish you had ul of price foryourfarm bemisleadinto ing a fence costs a rod be of your expensive ot Yon II PEERLESS EVERY Business Man RECEIVES I CHECKS s WOVEN WIRE MErAL SBJlBJ ARE FIRE PROOFII Ir FENCEis built to stand many seasons ofhard usage Madeof bardsteelgal vanized wire that will not rust out and breakI I piece anil upright stability to th f there are no bags orsags or pockets m f rlm your dealer furnish Peerlesv accept no substitute Peerless Wire Feaee Cfe IM The crossbars are all otoue give Tholaot is no to injure tlutiftS and thttfnlO to 00 rectPd 011 abIgne ang t ItteY so attschelas rota not slipp yet The wires tensionthroa lake Adxtai aa For sale by Conn Bros Lancaster Ky J J WAIKBK President r J S Vice Praat t Joni soN ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY 50000 SURPLUS F Hrjcaoic Cashier W O BIOMXT Aast Cashr Warm J J WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited aid Garcfcl AttMtfM DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker AreokJ i I CAPITAL 25000- B CD Book fro A t C i- k J ii3 iIii WE SELL BUTTRICK ij PATTERNS rt i fmviihliv i I 1910 i Spring We Wantto Sell You j rwa fY 1 a 181 IS IS m 5z 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 our customers the benefit Remember we keep J J ll give 1 t Goods Shoes Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks Etc What ever you are needing in Ladies Wearing Apparel we can supply you We continue to believe in honest values at low prices May we expect you this season The Joseph Mercantile Company 11 Dry i I II I I I I W I i Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the and Gangs ly These Vfe Arc Interested In B Sopea is in Lexington visi ting friends C D Powell will go to Louisville on business Monday S Anderson is at home from a visit to Cincinnati Mrs John Henry is improving after a serious spell of illness Miss Mary Davis has returned from Somerset and McKinney B F King of Boyle was Dr Wm Burnetts guest Saturday Mr Thomas Adams of Sharpsburg is visiting Mrs Sallie Maret Mr and of Richmond are visiting Mrs Lee Perkins C A Rol iison made a business trip to fclucolus capital Friday Mrs Elzabeth Carter of Rowland is the guest of Mrs J B Carter Dun of Danville is visiting Mrs Mali i May Herndon Edet F M Tinder and son Louie were in Stanford Friday on business The Ladies Aid Societv will meet Saturday with Mrs Emma Kauffman Grover Hodge of London is the guest of his friend Joseph Buruside Mr Zack Carter of Iowa is here making a visit to Garrard county rel atives L expected home Saturday from a protracted stay in Forida Mrs Banks Hudson leaves Friday for a visit to friends in the Fayette Capital Mrs Mary M Taylor has gone to Munfordsville to attend the funeral of her neice Mrs Ross Bastin is spending a few days in the country with Mrs Benja min Kelly Mrs L N Miller and Mr Will Miller are visiting relatives and friends in RichmondMr Schafer of Danville visit ed Lancaster friends the tatter part of the week Miss Mabel Mason has returned from a short visit to her parents near RichmondShirley of Central Univer sity Danville was at home Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs A S Price of Stanford wi 1 be week end guests of Mr Mrs Ed Price O W Shugars of Indianapolis came Monday for a visit to Shugars and family The Presbyterian Missionary Society met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs W O Rigney Misses Angie Kinnaird and Belle Schoolfield of Danville are expected here Friday for a visit Mrs George A McRoberts of Cov ington is here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside Mrs W R Gott and little daugh ter Miss Leona are visiting relatives and friends in Richmond 4 T Miss Cyrena Irs E Owsley is JudgeWm i Mrs JI r Mr 7 f1 f t I Mrs Standefer J tt 1 C IJ i f 1 i 4 7 r IL J i f t 4 ands f 1t 1 I i 1t cu Elder F M Tinder goes Sunday af ternoon to assist in organizing a Sun day school at West Point Mr and Mrs John Rout of Stanford were guests of Mrs D M Lackey and Miss Jennie Lackey Monday- I The C W B M of the Christian church held their regular monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon Mrs Alex West has returned home from Lexington and Nicholasville very much improved in health Mrs Mat ie Fish and Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard were visitors of Miss Rella Arnold Young Mr Holdman of Crab Orchard has accepted a position as night opera tor at the Telephone Exchange Miss Rachel Henry returned Friday from a protracted stay with her sis ter Mrs Smith of Birmingham The Womans Club met last Wed nesday at Mrs R E McRoberts handsome home on Danville Avenue Mr and Mrs Fred Neighbors have returned to Louisville after several days vi it to Mr and Mrs J P Bourne Miss Bessie Yantis has returned to her home in Stanford aftea a pleas ant visit to her cousin Miss Allie Yan Mr and Mr W B Mason are at home again after a visit to Mr and Mrs Roy Asa Haynes of Hillsboro OhioMrs Frank B Marksbury returned some days ago from a pleasant visit to Mrs Roy Asa Haynes of Ilillsboro OhioMrs Grant Trumbo of Frankfort nee Miss Joe Helen Maret is here for a visit to her mother Mrs Sallie MaretMr Davis a popular travel ing salesman has j jitied his wife here for a visit to Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph J Price will be the hostes Wednesday May llth of the Womans Club An interesting program will be renderedMisses May and Annie Powell were visitors of their grandfather Mr Richard Ballard of lower Garrard the past week Judge Homer W Batson one of the best lawyers at the Louisville bar was in our city this week visiting his father R H Batson Harry Robinson of the D D In stitute Danville came up Saturday for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs T B Robinson Mrs Joe Hinternish has returned to her home in Covington after a v sit of several weeks to the family of Mr and Mrs N Miller Mr and Mrs R H Batson and little daughter Cecil and Miss Susie Hilton were with and Mrs J H Hilton of Stanford Sunday Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan and Mrs Jane Duncan of Vicholasville are guests at the home of Mr and H Haselden Mrs John Barton and children have returned to their home in Sublette Illinois after a stay with Mrs Bartons parents Mr and Mrs John Walters Mrs James Mortin Mussleman of Louisville is the guest of Miss Mary Arnold Mrs Mussleman will be re membered here as the attractive Miss Bertha Horetzsky of Boston Texas Miss Elizabeth Anderson entertain ed Tuesday evening quite handsomely i I I tiRe I I I Mrs T M I IMrs S I Monday at her home in honor of Miss Margur ite Kinnaird and her attractive guest Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks of Nicholas Mr Jacob Joseph Jas Beazley J W J R Haselden attend ed the K P meeting at Georgetown Wednesday night Mrs Wm Burnett and sister Miss Carrie Arnold were visitors in Paint Lick Sunday morning Miss Arnold a conscientious and enthusiastic Sun day school worker gave an interesting talk while a visitor at the school The Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U D C will meet Monday after noon at the home of Mrs Ed C Gaines A full attendance is requested as ar rangements will he made for a number to go to Danville on the twentysecond for the unveiling of the Confederate MonumentThe witnessed the match game of base ball at Stanford Friday Misses Francis Martha Kav anaugh Allie Yautis Kathleen Wal ter Annie Margaret Elkin Lydia more Prof D W Bridges R Ware McRoberts J E Elmore Arthur Joseph and Ben Robinson Important Meeting The district meeting of the Knights of Pythias will be held here Monday May 9th The open meeting will be at the Christian church at 230 The following lodges will be vanhoe No 48 Winchester Pilot No 78 Ford Diadem No 81 Stanford Paint Lick No 123 Paint Lick Estll No 159 Irvine Madison No 160 Valley View Camp Dick No 161 Bryantsville Normal City No 163 Richmond The public is cordially invited to attend the open meeting Following is the program VOLUNTARY Invocation Eld F M Tinder Song America Meeting called to order by G M Patterson District Deputy Welcome address R H Tomlinson Response Diadem Ledge Stanford W Ireland Solo Address by Grand Chancellor Address by Grand Keeper of Record and Seals SOlo Address L Music O P Bush Executive Session at Castle Hall 415 Evening Session 730 Conferring Rank of Knight Refreshments Kengarlan Hotel STONE Mr Smith Thompson spld his farm on Wolf Trail to Mr and Mrs Tom Moberley for 8000 A T Sanders bought a horse from Adus Robert for 130 Miss Linnie Preston was the guest of Miss Flora Lee Wiley Saturday Mrs Mary A Sanders and daughter Peachie May spent several days last week with her daughter Mrs Sam Duncan of Mercer Mr John Bruner and wife of Jessa mine were guests of Mrs Mary B Preston the first of the week Mrs Mollie Fayne is dangerously ill at this writing John the son of Mr and Mrs Dan Simpson got four of his fingers shot off last week while out hunting Mr and Preston spent Sunday with Mr Tom Lemay and familyMrs D Lemay and children of Bourne spent several days with Mrs Tom Lemay last week vi l Elmore and Tommie El- I p m represented Prof J L Walker DismissalRev Mrs U G j OW is the time to prepare to PAINT your house RE We have every thing necessary and the very best that can be bought Come to us for your Paint and Varnish f Frisbies Drug Store 1c c With Apologies to Mr Longfellow- The shades of night were falling fast When home the girl graduate came at last With a present sent that very day From town packed In a sort of hayExcelsior Her bow was glad when she beheld To what a size the package swelled For surely If It were not such Theyd never never use so muchExcelsior She bore the package to her room For how could she forsee her doom She pushed the desk and table back And slowly started to unpack Excelsior She burrowed deep and downward dug Until shed covered all the rug She spread it then upon the floor But still pulled out more and moreExcelsior It cannot be she said at last That In my haste the gift Ive passed But the present I may miss- I know he never sent me this Excelsior Then it began to fill the air The desk the table and the chair It reached the ceiling blocked the door And yet there still remained some more Excelsior Next morning she of course was missed And with the gift clasped in her fist With hay below and hay above They found her in a mountain ofExcelsior Now young man when ordering anything A picture or a vase or ring Always tell them at the store To please omit the ton or more Excelsior Annie Margaret Elkin Mrs C P Wiggins Lexington Ky says I gave my fowls Bourbon Poul try cure when they were sick and i certainly worked wonders Sold by Mount Son Foreign Meat in England Some English seem to think all meats coming in should be marked either foreign or colonial to show the buyer that he was not getting Eng lish meat Every one of the chief joints would have to be stamped and the exporter would have to do the stamping Further the butcher deal ing in foreign as well as English meat must announce the fact on his shop front so that his customers may know he deals in both foreign and English meat Some of the farmers complain that much foreign meat is passed off as English to bring down their prices YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Just opened a f of Lowneys Candy 34tf B Zimmer Star are better 429tf R L Hagan Try a wawian pine apple tf ables every wee Fresh Lowneys gatfoy 34tf Phone 199 in the grocery line Lee 24tf Buy your feed at Curreys place tf Cow MHIet and Cane seed at Banks We handle the f brand of flour L Bed Cross 24tf Best line of hosiery line go at 26c 25q linego at 429tf gagan The best corn pterateptm the market fully gaaranteed W Highest market paid for coun Come to see Blo derng Billie at the Court house h Pratts condlttfnnowders 50c pack ageat 4Qc 25c package at 20c 429tf B L Hagan House a special ty Best references Box 403 Tele phone 16 Danville Ky 4228tpd Sugar Creek Duncans house or warehouse please return or notify JT Hicks Ky and receive reward T J R e t bra can at Curreys Currey has ait of fresh veget tf atZimmers ch Pea Hud town 50c 15c R L rice try produce Le 24tf Ma moving nd Rats J H Bal LostTar iian l between It nd at C Sell your ac to Currey tf 1i es of ads form hang rner en ons o Turner 9 J Romans rner g In feet ware sto Judson Special prices on Buggies Harness en days tf Conn Bros I one ofjt4re best barker in the PfTitus Give him i trial H M Duncan Cutting Harrows Corn Planters Cultivators Eolle Etc at special Copn Bfos tf Pure white Wyanedntt eggs for sale at 50c per set ing 0 15 s Mrs EBt utton 426t Marksbury Ky Get our prices we can save you Conn Bros Hemp seed my and will contract wlth you for all you raise this B Marksbury 422tf Largest stock of JJuggJesV Surries and pbaetons ever suownin Lancaster Dout buy until my prices W J Romans If it is a cutting harrow you want I have it it W J Romans If von wait Journal Success or any magazine ee Mrs Dolry Brown 3t If you want hair hampooed fac massaged nails manicured chi ropody or any kind work call me and I will to your home Maple Overstreet Telephone 241 B Ilpd Let us photograph your stock We have instruments made es pecially for This is the only way to sell stock to the man out of town Cassady Studio 2tr Danville Ky S C Rhode Island Reds exclusively won 1st at Louisville Frankfort and Bowling E gs 250 150 and 100 per la Range stock 50cts per 15 300 S A Hill Lancaster Ky R F D No 3 Pbone 391G 31881 Millinery I have a nceline of trimmed hats and sailors sell at reduc ed prices May 7tn Come early and Turning de partment in charge of Mrs Lee Maup in Mrs G A Ballard 2t Paint Lick Ky Dog Tax Dog taxes May 1 and all persons owning dogs rid of them or topay 100 tax when called OB T will be L E Herron City Marshall For For sale at Berea Coffece farm at at 10 a m Ma 14th 1910 de Duroc Jerkev and Poland ling out 6 cash Berea College rPreuett Auctioneer Any persons having bogs in the city of Lancaster are hereby notified to move same of the city limits by or before 1 and up the pens is according to law and you are liable if you fail to comply L E Herron City Marshall Our Agents Make Week Selling new process water color por trait and gold frame Costs 90 cents complete with glass sells for 198 Samples and instructions free Young man in Ohio made day We largest and frame house the world Ode general agent wanted in each coaraty Give us ref erence and we vnll extend you thirty days credit steady honorable em a big income Our is established twentyfive years We are not in the picture and frame trust We want representatives only You need no capital to work for us We teach you to make a success Ad dress at once William Art Company 25i5 W Taylor street 4223t Chicago H etc for ne have st money on anYthi handle U wantedCall office ea F corn an see the ome Com are your raid con pose Gr en for 10 Sate hick will b Ji ng ge arjlalns o t M clean Thi afine 5000 2200 none are plc re I w busI- ness how i ow te B i prices w you r of this ar due eith rget r law enforced Sale Berea y 50 high Cnina o e h f from 0 0 2 un s A fine b so a he loymenl honorable trustworthy Any Good Judge of Dry Goods j Is welcome to this store at any time and all times even if the visit is only for For The More You Compare The surer you are to return and make your Dry 1 Goods purchase here Put this statement to an actual test for your own interest R H BATSONS White Elephant Store III III Ill comparison ill III Iii II ill Lh v dJu IVII OFFICERS E L Woods President W C Fish Vice President W G Kemper Cashier O U Terrill Asst Cashier I I DIRECTORS r Marion R L Arnold JB Woods RGGuya- JSBurrowa W C EL Woods WCFIah I Wynn Coy PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KENTUCKY Capital Stock z6ooooo Deposits Surplus and Unndivfded Profits ITOOOO Your Banking no matter how Large no matterhow small The People Bask will give it earefcl attention This message applies to men and women alike la and see us we are always glad to see YOU The safest and most convenient way tado is through a bank With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with years of the Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky stand ready to serve you Peoples Bank Paint Ky Having installed a new and uptodate ELECTRIC MOTOR PLANING MILL with latest improved machinery we are prepared to furnish you at reasonable prices any kind of Fancy Planing Mill Work Door and Screens Etc Also Rough and Dressed Lumber Laths Cement Estimates furnished on bills promptly THE CRESCENT LUMBER CO Incorporated Danville Phone 600 DJLSTVTLLI KY WHY NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW iillLE HASELDEH Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 REX ARBUCKLE 1467 Great Combined Stallion Will make the season of 1910 at J N Denny fans 4i Mitefro Lancaster on Richmond pike at aOu for m Foal DaNNY BROTHERS Lancaster Come exper- Ience I Lick C WindoW a I OOQ l i zoo ooo oo your businesa c C c a Living I WOOD t r 4F k SILVER Son of Far Wood 16796 record 2 7 brother to 2 12J sire of Lady Constantino 2124 Florlrt 2UJ and eight others Far Wood 227 Son of Nut Wood 600 record 2I8J sire of Manager 206 Lock Heart 208 Addle D 2 iqj and 165 others Nut Wood 600 record 218 Son of Belmont 64 Silver Wood 1st dam Princes by Vatican 2 11308 he by Belmont 61 Vatican dam Hambletouian IU Far Wood 16796 record 227 1st dam Nora Wilkes dam of No Wood212 Nora Wilkes By Geo Wilkes 519 2 2 Nut Wood 600 record 218J 1st dam Win Russell dam of Ma ZX I Nor Nora Wood u d f i r f a a d Silver Wood should make one of the greatest stock horses in Kentucky 1st because he is backed up by sire and dam of the best blood that can be found All good horses run back to these families of horses 2nd because be is one of the grandest looking 5 year old horses I ever saw He is 15 hands high good bone fine style and finish black and white feet and sliver tail lie is jnst good broke 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 famous by his get Silver Wood will be kept during the sason of 1910 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted to serveSO good mares at the very low price of 1250 to insure a living colt I am prepared 10 care for stock from a dis tance at reasonable price but no responsibility assured for accidents or escapes of stock com mitted to my care NABOTH JRNabothJrIs a rich red bay 9 years old and full 16 hands highweighs 1225 pounds and Is a horse of wonderful beauty having along rangy neck and carrying a fine tail lie is a perfect gaited horse with superb all rouud action and like all sons of Old Naboth he has great natural speed in harness and a greater racking horse can not be found in the State of Kentucky I have been a dealer in fancy horses for ten years furnishing them for all the markets in this country I am anxious to encourage the breeders of horsesto continue to raise better ones As is generally known there is scarcity of good horses and those suitable for the Eastern mar ket bring fancy prices If the breeders would raise Number one horses they must take the mares to the right kind of sires Naboth Jr beyond all doubt is a horse that will produce that type of horses that the market demands and for which the public is willing to pay high prices I purchased this great young stallion at a fancy price because he has size style action beauty and breeding I had this horse worked 30 days and he stepped a mile in If like begets like you can get the right kind of horses by breeding to Naboth Jr You will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old Xaboth Hambletonian 10 Old Messenger Chief Red Wilkes George Wilkes JIanbrino Chief Pilot Jr and Harry Clay PEDIGREE By Nahoth 10016 219 He by Walsingham 2166 sire of Latitude 29lA and several others in the list Walsingham by George Wilkes Old Naboths first dam Tinsel by Messenger Dnrock 106 son of Hambletouian Second dam Bess sister to James Howell Jr by Hambletonian Third dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 45 Fourth dam by Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse Naboth Jrs First dam by Messenger Chief Jr by Old Messenger Chief Second dam by Crit Davis by Red Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred Naboth 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 but no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of dtocx 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 1008 I and II 210 I I i I I I I w-i O- KENTUCKYW B BURTONIL LANCASTERf Season of 1Q Wilkes Boy at 800 Napol n 3rd at 2000 for jennet and 10 00 for John Morgan Jr at 1000 3 Other Jacks at 800 a piece They will all stand at mr 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 grinding and is guaranteed to give satisfaction Creamery Butter is made from pure cream by modern methods and is the best that money can buy If your grocer does not handle Creamery Butter or Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give you the name of one who does We also sell Coal and Brick and will ap preciate your patronage Henley V Bastin at the Creamery fIIIIIIIIIIIrlJJJI I I I are I go II barn mile I I L 1111 JHlllunulIIDuU J l1tlS SSS S Sfl s S S S1JS S sJs Jt 1 Ii SJ SGi i I s i- is i I G S Old I I i i- I I I- B S iIn 1 1wn l tl n 1 n n fr 1r fz 1rfr tr fr fr fr fr e St StC o9iuenaeeeegaaMeow 40H i zr i F M t TEATERSTILLE is very ill at this Miss Florence COok who has been sick with measles is much better Miss Mollie Hurt was The pleasant guest of Mrs Harrison Bay last week Miss Duna East and her friend Mr Raymond Ross spent the day with Miss Texle Aee Sunday Mr Farris Agee spent the day with bis daughter Mrs Joe Hendren of Madijon county Saturday Miss Texie Agee spent the week with her friend Mrs Hahan of Lan caster last week Mr Leonard Miller of this place visited his father of Jessamine coun ty last week In our issue of April 15 we stated tint Mr Alex Lctcher died at Mc Cr ary This was an error He died at the home of A M Miller near Stone Ky and was 74 years of age CARTEHSVILLE Misses Rosa and Lydia Brewer and Miss Lula Pence of Berea were the Quests of Mr and Mrs D M Carter Saturday Sunday The members of Level Green have nicely improved the clutch wib a new tin roof put on by M CS Boor Mr C S Roop and daughter Miss Miry attended the District at Richmond last week Bev D W Robertson dedicated a church at this place in the presence of a large crowd Everybody reported a nice time We wish to thank the peo iDle through RECORD for their presence and behavior Bev B F Jordan and wife of Cor bin and Bev F D Palmeter and wife of Preacherbville attended We are always glad to have them with us GILES We are sorry to report that Mr Andrew Stotts is very sick at this writing Miss Blanche Stotte visited friends ud relatives in Madison last week Richard Burton who hats been yery trick improving TIle stork bu again mete a visit L iii i w and Conference the CmTJLL good trsSi Sanders 1i lug pry I I s i ton n our community and gladdened the home of Luther Gaheartjb leaving a charming little boy Sunday April 26 Raymond Davis recently bought a nice young horse from James Perkins of Jessamine price unknown We are sorry to report that the handsome little son of Mr and John Amon is very sick Mrs Raymond Davis visited Mrs Eddie Chandler last week Mrs Mildred Stotts of Jessamine is visiting friends and relatives at this place There will be preaching at Guns Chapel next Saturday night and Sun daySubscribe for the RECORD 100 per year MAKKSBUKY There will be a business meeting of the church Saturday morning at 103o Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden were guests of Mr Raymond Haseldon Sun dayMr John was appointed as delegate to represent the Orchard Grove S C at the Union Sunday School Convention which meets at Bryautsville Sunday afternoon Rev W L Louisville will preach Sunday morning at the church 1030 Evening 730 The Ladles Working Society wil give an ice cream supper at the par sonage on the evening of May 18tb Everybody invited to come Mr Jim Speaks and children were visiting Mr Robert Speaks Mrs Jeff Dunn Lexington has re cently been the guest of Mrs John SimpsonMr Simpson and daughter Miss Elizabeth attended the circus at Danville Thursday Mrs Banking of Hubble was the guest of Mr William Doolin Sunday Miss Nora Clark of Lancaster was with her brother Robert Clark and Sunday Master Job Marcee has about recov ered from a slight attack of The Ladles Working Society will meet at thepaisoutge next Thursday Mrs Pre itt Saturday 0 i Martin pneumonia sv V General News John L Beveridge former Governoi of Illinois died at his home in Cal William Addams ofCynthiana an nounced that he will seek the Demo cratic nomination for Governor The Union miners in the Pittsburp soft coal district returned to work Monday an agreement having been reachedJohn W Kern has formally accept ed the nomination for United States Senator tendered him by the Democrat ic Secretary of State Bruner is making arrangements to put into effect the new automobile license law which operative on June 13 There were 183 business failures in the United States during the week ending April 28 against 193 for the same period the week Maya Indians attacked Mexican in the territory of Quiulauaruo Yucantan and killed several Three re thought to have been taken pris o iers Charles H Ktlog for years presi dent of the Third National Bank of Cincinnati died at his home on Read ing road last Friday He was 65 years old John II Converse of the Baldwin Locomotive Works one of the most promi eut Presbyterian laymen in the U ied Stites died suddenly in PhiladelphiaPresident t dedicated the statue of Theodore Thomas in Cincinnati Tuesday night at the opeting of the May Music Festival Mrs Theodore Thomas and her two sons were pres entA special venire was necessary be fore a jury was scured at Carlisle to try the case of Robert Barr Jr charged with complicity in the killing cf Hiram Hedgee a victim of night ridersAn was issued at Motile by George W Gordon the newly elected commander of the United Confeder ateVeterans reappointing Gen W E Mickle adjutant general of that During a heavy thunderstorm at Somerset lightning set fire to a 30 000000 barrel storage oil tank was destroyed Other tanks in the vicinity were The loss is over 50000- J B Thayer third vice president of the Pennsylvania railroad was elect ed a member of the board of directors of the Norfolk and Western RaIlway Company at a meeting of the board in New York The trial of Charles N Haskell Governor of Oklahoma and five other men in tha Muskogee town lot cases was continued at Talusa until the next term of the Federal Court The postponement precludes hearing i i the case during next five weeks A second attempt to pass the tion favoring the Federal income tax faied iu the New York Assembiy By a gate of seventyfive to sixtysev en the House refused to sustain a mo tion to reconsider the vote by which the resoluijn recently was defeated Only one vote was lacking Dr Vernon Robins OfficM Chem 1st fur the city of Loui uille has re ported that out of eighteen patients examined in the city institutions he six well defined cases of the hook worm disease The rapid and alarming spread of the disease in the territory about Louisville is pre dicted by Dr Robins A typical figure of the Vatican pass ed away in Rome with the death of Mgr Gupliemo Piferri who bad been the sacrista or parish priest of the apostolic palace since the time of Pius IX The aged ecclesiastic died in the arms of the Pope who had gone to the bedside upon learning that the end was near The monsignor had served for fifty years under three Popes The Supreme Court of Ohio held that is a man killed his wife he by that act any righflo stand as the beneficiary under any life insur ance she may carry The case vas that of Elmer G Fillmore vs The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company of New York Fillmore was sentenced for six years for pushing his wife into Snyder Lake Mrs Fillmore carried convention I becomes pre iuus troops I I and it 1 threatened I anYfurther the I re I nasdiscovered forfeits or holly- wood Indiana organ izatun ulu 164 industrial insurance and Filmm in spite of the fact that he is servin his term in the penitentiary tried t collect the money S L Baird bought two hogs from Bill Faulkner for 30 Rev Baird is on the sick list but is some better at this writing Ed Kennedy sold a hog to Mr for 8 Will Manning bought a mare and colt from Ed Stigall for 110 W H Furr bought a cow and calf from Henry Miller for 40 Mrs L W McQuerry is up again from a severe attack of lagrippe Mr and Mrs L W McQuerrys oaby that has been very sick with tonsilitus some weeks is some belter The Sunday school at Good Hope is in a flourishing condition and extends a cordial invitation to all to attend W H Furr has a few good milk cows for sale Claud Archer has returned from Ok lahoma and report his brother Robt whom he visited much better E D Cook and wife visited at L W McQuerrys Sunday BUENA VISTA Howard Askins spent a few days of 1 tot week with Guy Easley at Spears The name of the new post office at Pollys Bend is Red V log Mr and Mrs James Christopher have returned from a visit to relatives i LexingtonTom after spending a week with his parents here left Monday to reenter school at Bowling Green Miss Georgia Cook of Lexington has been the guest of relatives here Mr Alonzo Cunningham of Bond ville was visiting friends here Satur day night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Hugh Christopher spent Saturday and Sunday in Lex Mr S N Davis and family are mos ing from our midst and Mr A T Scott to the house vacated by Mr Davis Mr Ed Eason to the farm re cently purchased from Mr Scott Mr and Mrs Chas Smalley were called to Anderson county last week by the death of Mrs Snialleys mother Mrs Scearcy Mrs Joe Hamilton and children Leslie Ruole and family spent Satur day with Mr and Mrs Munday near HarrodsburgA bought of Luther Brooks one horse Price 15250 J E Scott was elected to represent Browns Chapel Sunday School at the district convention to be held at Bry antsville Sunday afternoon Mrs Joe Hamilton will represent Mt Olivet Mrs J B Ruble and daughter were in Burgin Saturday to see their rela tives Mrs Smith Williams who has suffered a stroke of Paralysis LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS May 4 Hogs Sheep Receipts 572 l l 145 Shipments 52 if9 CATTLE Shippers JG a 7 f Butcher steers extra 7 50 7 75 Good to choice 0 1 C6 85 J Common to fair 4 006 25 Heifers extra 7 00 Good to choice 6 25 6 85 Common to fair 3 50G 15 Cows extra c 25 tl 50 Good to choice 5 5 6 15 Common to lair 2 50 i Canners 2 60 3 So Bulls balognas 5 00 5 75 Extra C 00 Fat buns 550 600 CALVES extra 6 25 7 50 Common and large 4 coif 00 good packers and butchers i 56 9 60 Mixed packers 9 509 55 Stags 6 608 00 Common to choice heavy fat sows 7 50 8 85 Light shippers 9 40 9 50 Pigs 110 IDS and less SHEEP extra Good to choice Common to laIr LAM 8 extra Good tochoice 650 60062a 400585 850 800825 Common to fair 4 00 5 80 Dr J B Kinnaird and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 8 9 A C Couchman or I I In ton I I Cattle f 50y 5 800 FaIr to good hOGs 8 25 960 I I I FLAT WOOl 1 r dean s Above is a fair likeness of Naboth Jr Owned by XV B Burton I r YLWr7 l 7 Farm and Stock Court day next Monday atStanfojd Hogs are waste saver A farm ithout hogs has many leaks A few drops of camphor In the drinking water will help to ward off bowel trouble in the little chicks Thomas McClintock of Carlisle bought me mule colt a week i M from Frank fur S135 One of O b Jacobs for 130 i Hradwood ashes furnish potash and Rive spleudli results applied to- fruit trees Save all of your wood ashes aud use them on the orchard Rtx McDonald the famous saddle stal ion was sold last week to lien R Mirfdleton of Mexico for 2750 The stallion will remain in Missouii John T Hughes of Lexington had bid 2500 for the famous animal The Carlisle Mercury says that olrt story about there not going to enough tobacco plants has whiskers There has never been a year that the story has not been repeated and there has been a year when there were not thousands of plants left in the bed A good crowd attended the Dietri b sale yesterday on the Danville pike The home place of 52 acres caused some spirited bidding Joe Woods oougbt the farm at 8200 per acre A buggy mare brought 175 cows 50 and 65 corn in crib 3 10 per barrel sow and five pigs 23 four 125 lb hogs at 15 each J B Chambers was the auctioneer and J Norton Fich acted as clerk Jessamine Journal At the hose sale held in Lexington on 25th and 26th the top price paid was 800 by Walter Baker of Lexington for Society Girl a 5 year old walk trot aud canter mar by Eric Chief dam Black Beauty tad by Eureka Lad On Tuesday 93 head were die posed of at an average of 270 Wed nesdays sale not including a lot of ponies carts etc was 84 head which average for the two days of S3G4 FARMERS COLUMN space below this heading is for the use of our farmer subscribers and Is for the sale of stock grain and such things ou farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver tise No notice will i e accepted over four lines and will be only in two issues of the RECORD free of charge For sale a strictly firstclass Jersey cow with heifer calf J W Woods Mirksbury Ky Telephone 363 g For head cf 500 pound cat tle W EMoss For sows and pigs also a fine young bull J n Thompson Preachersville Ky For Sale three good young Jersey milk cows fresh and giving lots of milk W W Owsley For Sale 6 good fresh milk cows G A Swinebroad DR Win BURNETT Piwsican and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Pnone 75 Office Phone 6 J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 1C4 Gut Flowers- of QUALITY Hughes Swmebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission 1 Titles Abstracted Phone 221 when e Never uaucHOuOC I i ollCUOoOOMucouaao aooooo exclu- sIve Sale27 Sale2 i f IIIIJ a I JII i W icon b eoeooooar o Ware McRobertseeaewe a sr COLD WEATHER SHEEP FEED Allowed to Run on Coldsst Days of Winter and Fed Clover Hay j with Corn Fodder Nearly all the shelter sheep need In the winter time is to keep off rain j and snots I have always allowed j them to stay out in the coldest weatL I I I I f i i f I Sheep Feeding Rack er If It was not stormy writes O P Taylor in Orange Judd Farmer I never under any circumstances allow them to take rains and snows ia winter At this season I glee them good clover hay and in addition a little silage or corn fodder about three times a week I feed twice a day in the yard or on the ground if it is frozen but when the ground is not frozen I fed in racks in the sheep barn I feed a little entire grain mostly oats to time breeding ewes Jly feed troughs are made of three boards eight feet long The bottom one is ten inches wide and the sides six inches as shown in the illustra i tion I scatter the oats thinly in these troughs and the sheep cannot get a large mouthful Thus better mastication of time grain is secured than if the sheep were permitted to take large mouthfuls I have fed threshed cats to my sheep for a good many years and have not experienced anything but the most pleasing re suits I feed oats until after lambing time than I add about one ear of corn shelled to one pint of oats a day for each sheep After many years of experience in raising sheep I have found that it pays to keep sheep on the general farm provided they kept well Those who do not do this are very apt to condemn the breed of sheep which they may happen have or the breeeirg which they have purchased for the improvement of their flock when the fault is really their own Salt for Stock Salt is necessary to the health and thrift of domestic animals and should have it in winter as well as In summer They need more of it prob the period of succulent feed but the animal sys tem requires more or less of it all the time A good plan is to keep salt in sheltered boxes where the stock can get at it at will This is a against neglect and being to it at pleasure there is no danger that too much will be taken KILL New f I I I I I I I i are to I they l during abundant I safeguard accustomed THE COUCH AND CURE TIE LUfCS- IiWITH fill SI however I ably ana d cvety FOR OJCHS OLDS LCD TrW BolBa Free PRICE- s AND GTAEAiTiEES STISFACTOS OK HOSTS ENDED R E McRoherts Drug POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands fur any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire R Parsons- W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich MrsP W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D R Anderson B C Arnold W G Anderson H C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co All THJOjT Mm LUNGTRGUBlES Store I I l I S LOOK AND LISTEN- If you want Poateness Cleaness SHAVES and HAIR CUTS go to- HENRY DUNCANS BarberShop on Richmond street 25 years of experience Office Hours Storme DENTIST H J Surveyor PUOXE S JJ Office over F G lInn 5 furniture store Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references I I r1 CARDS I o uuu liT 10 OtIice tB Phone 65 Lancaster Ky TIN LEY Count Lancaster Kentucky I KENTUCKY Y VaT KING A11ctioneer eeeeoeeeeeeecGOG iSSSSS SSS4 Goat over Samto1r 1pmto 4 DrugStore I1WAT TER INSURANCE i C W honest Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed K Derm I II 11 arIt Y DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Milll H J PATRICK DentistAll Work Guaranteed Lick Kentucky 4104 Peavine 85 Rex Feavine ITO Daisy 2nd 2229PeaviiK8o 1 Paint Annie Rooney 1111ti CHESTLMD 3173Vol7 Will make the season of 1910 at my place 21 miles east of Paint Lick on Paiat Lick pike CKESTI ND is a chestnut corning 5 16 hand A good flit bone and foot has finish and action second to no horse in Kentucky His first colts are coming yearlings and areequal to any Noises produce Show finish size color and action Crestland is by Rex Peaviae 1796 Dam Annie Rooney 4104 2nd dam Powells Drenon he by Brinkers Drenon 1600 Will serve mares at 40 to Insure a Living Celt Money due when fact is known or mare parted with Mares bred to an other borseor jack without my I claim my fee Mares kept on grass at 10 cents fer day Grain fed at reasonable rat If desiredCare taken to prevent accidents er escapes but not responsible sbuaftt occur Lien retained oa colt for vice fee Come and see this horse before breed Respectfully WC FITZPATRICK PAINT LTCK KT Phone 425 Rings P L Exdnuatie consent you say titer f 1 7-