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PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 13 1910 J THE CENTRALFroir of NjdJ c 4I REfTile Land Mr Farmer We ftre Your Friend BECAUSE We are offering you the best line of Implements the makers afford BECAUSE We will sell you the best BUGGY for the least money We help you out of trouble when you are broken down CONK BROTHERS Lancaster Ky I D BECAUSE tB Ii S t c THE LATE JUDGE W C BELL The latest message from Seattle is to the effect that Mrs Bell is rapidly im proving but is not yet able to travel The remains of Judge Bell are being held at Seattle until Mrs Bell is able to stand the trip Mr Arthur Young of Nicholasville a brother of Mrs Bell Seattle and will accompany th remains toHarrodsburg I I is i 1 I There will be no services at the Methodist church Sunday HaIrs Comet has arrived at Lancas ter The best time to see it is be tween two and three oclock a m just to the left and above the morning star A business meeting of the Womans Home and Foreign Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will be held Mouday afternoon May 16th at 5 oclock Tuesday afternoon Elder F M Tin der united in marriage Miss Pearl Snyder and Lotie Rainey Both bride and groom are residents of the Scotts Fork neighborhood Thomas Hicks living near Gilberts Creek and Miss Carrie Sanders of this county drove to the home of Elder F M Tinder Sunday afternoon and were united in wedlocks holy bonds Rev O P Bush will preach Sunday morning at the Baptist church sub ject The Preacher Rev Arnold will fill the pulpit Sunday evening in the interest of the Ant i Saloon League I s s fcs ss s o s os o3 a s 3 a MAKE US PROVE IT- i WHEN WE SAY In an advertisement that we can and will sell you better clothing for the money than you can get elsewhere MAKE US PROVE IT Make us show you When any dealer claims to give bet i ter values than someone else make- I him show you what he will give you see the quality of the goods that we give you for the same amount We like to have you compare our goods with what you can get elsewhere I say to you Take this suit match it in value if can and well buy it back from We expect of good sound judgment to buy his clothes where he can get the most actual value for the money that he pays If we can show you that our clothing at our prices is the bestfor you to buy we expect to clothe you On v the other hand if you can find anybody anywhere who will give you more actual value for your money we ex pect you to get your clothes there We wish that we could show every critical dis criminating clothes buyer in Lancaster this spring the unusual values we have to offer If we could wed do all the clothes business in town LOGftN 0 0 1 ii i ts ou J you everyman It fir T t tog TO YOU 0 o 1 0 o andoG 00 oi- xl Sri o w Iiiti a- E r i Blundering Billy will be at the Court House May 27 To him who thinks he can is an opportunity while to him who does not believe in himself even the greatest opportunity can promise nothing Dr J M Acton who has been a post graduate course at Chicago is now visiting the famous surgeons of the world the Mayo Bros of Ruches ter Minn will return home the 15th Inst The Richmond Model School team defeated the Lancaster High School Monday afternoon by a score of 5 to 1 Batteries for Richmond Park and Hanger for Lancaster Doty and Bas tin To simply accept an opportunity is not sufficient for every opportunity opportunity to go further stili and it is only when we take advantage of an opportunity in this spirit that it gives up everything it holds m store What is useless to the small mind is frequently an opportunity to tle great mind Many things that lesser minds have discarded have been the means through which greater minds have reached honor wealth and fame When in Danville call at the Cassa dy studio to get taken If you are not good looking we make you good looking If you are good looking we make you better looking Mail us your kodak work it will be finished in twentyfour hours Ball Game The Lancaster first team will play the Ky State Dummies Friday May 13 at Lancaster ball Park This is the first game of the season tor the first team and a good About two oclock Tuesday morning the mill and elevator of Mr Leslie P Bradshaw at Bradshaw Mills about ten miles from Lancaster burned It contained 3000 bushels of wheat 800 bushels of corn and a threshing ma chine The gram was insured for 4300 Base Ball As pretty ball game as one often sees was played last Friday by the Lancaster High School boys and C U Preps Few errors were made and a snappy game was put up throughout Doty for Lancaster pitched great ball striking out no fewer than ten men The final score was 3 to 2 in favor of Lancaster Jefferies Fight The coming fight between Jim Jef fries and the negro Jack Johnson which is to take place in San Francis co on July 4th is being discussed all over the world As a betting propusi tion it is probably without an equal in the history of the sporting world It has been estimated that proba bly 5000000 will change bands The purse is for 100000 It is said that the only reason Jefferies consent ed to fight again is because be did not wish to see a coon champion Miss Soper for many years a resident of Lancaster but recently of Washington D C surprised her many relatives and friends by her marriage announcement On Wednesday she and Professor A E Wesley of the Middleburg Graded school were united in marriage in Lincolns capital The bride is a most estimable woman and is a sister of J B Soper of this place and the Mrs Wm Ward For the past three years she has been making her home in Washington City with her niece Mrs Louis West The newly wedded pair left at for the home of the groom Middiebarg I photos gameis expected Fire WesleySoper Emma everything taking an late once s n Monument Unveillr The Confederate monument by the Kate Breckinridge Chapte the Danville U D C stands ready for unveiling and on Slay 20th cijil veterans and many other people in state of Kentucky will go to D to be present at the unveiling ninny A statue of Cant Robert Logan was captain of a company uf Confe erate soldiers from Boyle county the Civil war surmounts the mon meut Thurday morning at 4 ocli F M Tinder united in mar Cecil Bruuddus and Miss i dren The bride is the i daughter of Mr John Hen Kirksville and is a very j young lady The groom known and successful young man of Buckeye Immediately u the ceremony the happv couple left the 5 oclock train for Cincinnati where they will remain until Satur day after which they will be at their home in Buckeye Trustees of the Graded At the regular graded school election last Saturday Mr J W Elmore and Dr J A Amon were selected to serve on the board of trustees for a term of two years Mr Emore was reelected and Dr Amon takes the place of Mr R H Batson who recently resigned and declined to stand for election for another term The b yard of trustees now are Dr J B Kinnaird Dr J A Amon Messrs J S Johnson S D Quchran J W EUnore and J Joseph Under the management of these rep resentative citzens of the community our school should even grow better it already being regarded as one of the best Graded High Schools in the State Boyle Mrs Robert Boyle age 66 years died of Briglrts disease on Friday at the home of her husband Squire Robert Boyle on Crab Orchard street The deceased had been a patient invalid for some ten or twelve years having suffered a stroke of paralysis but the past few weeks she was almost helpless Besides her husband she is survived by the following children Mrs Osee Sisk Mrs Charles Scott of Cincinnati Misses Hulder and Margaret Messrs Henry Lee O car and Nathaniel The funeral was Saturday afternoon Interment in Lancaster cemetery Mrs Boyle was a faithful and member of church To the surviving family who was so loving and tender to the deceased much sympathy is extended Faculty for The faculty of the Lancsster School will be second to none of the kind for the school year 1910 11 At a meet ing of the School Board last wee D W Bridges was selected as prin cipal Miss Bettie Robinson of Camp bellsville Ky who made a very assistant principal here several years was her old place again Misses Harriet Fleetwood Eliza Smith Amanda Anderson Sue Bra shear and Mable Mason will continue to work as members of the faculty for another term Those selected are all well known to the people of this community By tbeir efficient and conscientious work they have each given universal satis the friends and patrons of the school New Paper The Danville Messenger edited by the popular Louis Landram former editor of the CENTRAL RECORD made its fiist appearance last Friday It was ar nice clean paper and was well supported by the Danville advertisers Danville is a hustling town and should well support two news papers We can truthfully say that it has a good one in the Advocate as the old timers Vernon Richardson and Owen Me Intire are delivering tbe goods and getting out one of the best papers in the Stats and if the Messenger keeps up as it has started which we are sure it will do being edited by such a capable newspaper as Louis Landram then Danville will have reason to be proud of her local papers and with the proper support they will do much to help Danville and the people of Buyie county Fences on Turnpike- sIt is reported that Judge M C Sau lley in his charge to the Grand Jury at Harrodsburg last week called special attention of that body of the con stant moving out o tbe fences of the land owners upon tbe turnpikes of that county until the roads have narrow lanes He described the act as nothing more nor less than land stealing and instructed the grand jury to look into the matter vigorously and carefully and report the condition We are not advised as to whether or not the conditions in Garrard county as described to the grand jury in Mercer but if the Judge should have an occasion to ride over some of the turnpikes that we have noticed in this county the grand jury here might have similar work at our June term Marriage Licenses toned PastWeek WH1TK Tom Hicks to Pearl Sanders An drew Jacobs to Corine Braver B C Broaddus to Lela Hendren Lotle Raney to Alice Snider wa I c I on chaol i the 1etbodist LancasterSchool popular faction to h nin become exist recently devoted given at to Everybody Headquarters for HARNESS HASELDEN BROS s GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D Phone 181 Prompt Delivery xsoooccooooooooooooooooooc I DO YOU i Want Any Work Done af We are prepared to fix you up 9- x Steam and Hot Water I Heating io Roofing and Repairing We appreciate your patronage McCarthy Doty Tin and Plumbing Shop prices I I I tts v S S tS OOC Ix iX I JOOOOOOOOOOC I I I I I 70110C Suits egn WALKER ooooooooooeet 00000001 i00000000000Q The finest and best line of AND Driving Wagons ever brought to this market Prices low No trouble to show goods W J ROMAN S Buggies Surnes Phaetons i I R 0 r r t indidate to succeed r in Congress subject to the ac tlon of the Democratic party Oi May 18 h we will witiess a sight that perhaps many of us haye never had the opportunity of seeing before For three hours we shall viewitg the sun through the greet blazing head of a comet Much in terest has been aroued in tins great Baileys comet because it was the first one provea by mathematics to travel round the sun in a fixed path and we have had the record of Valleys comet for twentyone and a half centuries fragmentary in part but yet with a degree of completeness that made cer tiin its return May 18 1910 If the comet really transits the sun as is expected and its constitution is unlike that of the great comet of 1892 an ill defined dark spot may be seen against the disk of the sun progress ing across it for an hour or two The of the expected transit is not known so the suns disk should be scrutinized on the 18 h wherever clear skies permit Oa this day when the nearest approach of the comet is predjtced we are only 12000000 miles from the head of the comet only an of the distance of the sun astronomically speaking a very near approachJust will happen WP do not know no two scientists agree in df tul The chances are it will be noth Jug but light terrific but harmless and some predict we will be soaked with rain during our comet bath However it practicaly agreed upon that there will be uo harm dune to any living creature By the end of the year Baileys comet will probably be to all telescopes and bv the middle of the twentieth century it will have rounded remotest stake 3276000000 miles distant and will once myre have begun the long j ney sunward which will nut end until 1986 Time people of Kentucky it last are J to have an opportunity to see aerc pHnes in flight with real bird men soaring lii h in air and executing evo lutions with no other sustaining pow er fian the planes and motors The Louisville Times has announced that a graat aviation meet to be held in Louisville on June at Churchill Downs under the auspices of that paper at which some of the worlds must nttd aviat rs will be seen with their wonderful aircraft Nest prominent among these will be Glenn II Curtis whoa daring achievements both here and abroad have stamped him as a peerless bird niin Such others as Charles F Wi liard Charles Hamilton Horace F Wild Bud Mars and C K Bates will also be in the contest for the su premacy of the air The comparatively recent advance ment in the science of aviation has been such as to startle the entire world and the dily accounts of broken records show that there are ytMl great possibilities for unheard of adventures the sky pilots That records may be broken at the Louis yule meet is extremely li ely from the fact that experts have declared the Churchill Downs course an ideal place for such meets and again for the reason that unusually fortunate dates have been secured Weather reports for years past show that the wind ve locity for the last half of June is the slowest of any time in the year in and of course this is conducive to the easy handling of the great ma chinesIt expected that low rates will be secured on all railroads leading into Louisvi le for these two days and it is expected that recordbreaking crowds will flock to the historic race course where heretofore the Ken tucky thoroughbied has held Lodges and Secret Societies Superstition and with which all societies known as secret or ders were at one time viewed by a large number of people was happily long ago dspeUed and today the lodge stands as one of the champions of the home and family Wherever society has reached a hiih state of development secret and fraternal or ders have their greatest stronghold That man must some place where his fellows may congre gate for and instruction where and business cares tfe cast aside foran evening of pleasure and social divertlsement takeS their place aarecognized fact The lodge era one of the best solutions of this i wtipnt w to evidenced by the many pounce non b exact hour i it i 1819 K by Kentucky ewer t F mt Y I 1 eightl part Inaccessible cut 1 1 g 4 V undisputed distrust x have he and recreation g toll may f 4 2 1rK y s life ndard in an El- RiTersity increases the atcnd the oppo ite effect is experience South On this account entr animations are often dispense in Southern Universities What we need is for our hir stiiutions of learning to be traditions and prejudices and for the youth of our land to be more thorough It will be very gratifying to the many friends of the venerable Mrs Eiza is Farris to know that through the Hurts of her devoted friend Senator W 0 Bradley an indi vidual contribution of 81050 was made for her by twelve U S Senators Senator Bradley had previously a bill askiig for an of 1000 for her services as nurse during the civil war but this bill rejected on account of lishing an embarrassing precedent However Senator Bradley was not to be outwitted told tile story of her many acts of love and kindness to the soldier boys ir went straight to the hearts and the following were made Senator Smoot 8100 Senator Gugen helm of Colorado 100 Senator Bradley S100 Senator Depew of New York 8100 Senator Smith of Mich 100 Senator Elkin of West Virginia 100 Senator Bourne of Oregon 100 fret host i vas estat contributions w2N presented appropriation Senator Oliver 100 Senator Carter Montana 10 Senator Briggs of Mich 850 Senator Dupont SIOO During our civil war Mrs Farris then Miss Eliza Hoskins lived with her father Wm Hoskins on the farm adjoining that of his soninlw Rich ard Robinson Their spacious old co lonial home was ever open to the sick and wounded soldiers and many a mothers son did she nurse back to health to again shoulder the musket and march away JW Si c his coun trys flag Young Horace Maynard who lay sick of a fever for many mouths at her home called her his Kentucky mother others gave her the name of the Florence Nightin gale of the Civil for she went in and out the camp administering to the sick of measles small pox and fevers with no object save that of kindness and love for the boys and for the great Union to which she is ever loyal During those strring times many who helped to turn the tide of war were guests at her board Gen Sherman General Thomas and Gen Nelson were her warm personal friends and Any Johnson spent one entire summer at her house April 22 jd Mrs Farris celebrated her 90th tirthday and many friends called to pay their respects She is strong and vigorous in mind and body for one of her age and is known far and near for her sweetness and gen tleress indeed her coming in and her going rests like a benediction on all those with whom she comes in con tact After a life full ity and witnessing many stirring events she iiiids a very peaceful eve ning and the tribute of the friend whom she has loved from hi youth up and of whom she has made such true predictions touches her To him and those who have so generously remem bered her through her tears and her smiles she can only testify of her very deep appreciation The Joseph Mercantile Company This city is indeed very fortunate in possessing a modern business in to be one of the largest retail in this section of the State The modern progressive business methods of the firm have given this city a wide reputation as a tradingpoint and every business ven turejarge or small shares in the prof its from such advertisement Every town or city has its Big Store and certain it is that no com munity is more proud of its large in stitutions than this The Joseph Mercantile Company not only carry at all times a large stock of merchandise ii a well ranch stitutionconceded 1 Warm of act iv centers resultant but it V c selected one purchased by experienced ujyers who know well the demands trade of this section through contact withit The atlrac anner in which the merchan L and the courteous nt accorded every one who le doors are features which this linns popular goods at right peal lo all communities alike knowledge that honest values for every dollar spent with the above named firm is one of the most valuable assets of the store eninning Saturday they offer some rdinary bargins and we call at n to their large ad in this issue RECOUD New Sanitarium Mr Harry R SpitHr who formally charge of the McFaddeti an at Battle Creek Michigan has ected a modern three story Sanitr Cirao and it open to the public in about QIS to cure any kind of dir out the use of medicine His Jilts are up to date the eitire L steam heated Be claims F mud baths which he gives tine and that such mud as he und in Crab Orchard cannot elsewhere If it proves a suc cess the people of Lancaster will find it convenient as we can drive up in the afternoon and take the treatment re turning home the same afternoon King Edward The fact that Edward VII of En gland was no ordinary man is fulv impressed upon us when we realize the absorbing interest that is manifested even in the Unred States on the sad occasicn of his death which occurred Friday May 6th not only was he not an ordinary man but still less an ordi nary ruler his influence may be df scribed as worldwide and best of all it has been an influence for peace and uplift especially his political ence and judgment were unrqualed and by his tact universality and knowledge of affairs he was readily conceded tj be at the head of Statesman The capital received tile news of his passing away without excitement but very Sdly for the king with his own people was unquestionably one of time most popular rulers in the would He came into pwoer at a time of n1 i ml strain and stress and by his wise u ii lance brought England through ii r crisis without incurring the hos tility of a single power without prc yoking a single protest and well were the people of Great Britian loyal to their beloved king Immediately after the death of King Edward according to the laws of the kingdom without official ceremonv tile Prince of Wales succeeded to the crown taking the title of George V President Ruosevtlt will be appoint ed special ambassador United States to represent us at the funeral on May 20th It that the Duke of Cunnaught will be made Gov General of Canada Dont Be a Chump When Noah began building the Ark the chumps said there would not be even a shower and didnt propose to go into the boat manufacturing bus foes They were drowned Tnere are several assorted varieties of chumps A chump looks wise and tells you that Solomon when with himself was a fool of purest ray serene A chump like a man tiling backward on a train never sees anything until it is past then bellows like a cow at the fellow who took ad vantage of the opportunity he missed A chump has no real brain and dos ent need any For fear of making a mistake he dosent need anything not even a decent living and dies in a hovel or rented house A chump spends his time advising others not to buy a home now because he fears will decrease in Lan caster and Garrard county The Lan caster chump has been renting for the past ten years and has always paid rent to a man that was not fool enough to take his advice Dont be a chump Act the wise man and buy a home Five years ago the chump said property was too high in Lancaster He has seen the same property double its value The chump said the town going to the bad and that we would never have waterworks electric lights cement walks etc Get in the line of the wise boom your town your county and your state Be a boomer Anybody can be a chump A wise man can see the opportunity while the fool will remain a chump District Meeting The District meeting of the Knights of Pythias was held here Monday and was greatly enjoyed both the members of the Lodge as well as by those who were not members The open meeting at the church in the af ternooon was called to order by Deputy G M Patterson The welcome address was delivered by Mr R H Tomlinson who spoke in and made every one feel that they were welcome Prof J W Ireland of Stanford then made a short and very appropriate talk This was followed by a solo by Mrs L N Miller which was enjoyed by every one present The Grand Chancellor and Grand Keeper of Record and Seals interesting talks in which they told of the Knights of Orphans home where 45 orphan chit dren under JS years of age are being kspt and by the lodge and of the poor orphans whose father be longed to lodge will always have a home and he prepared to face the battle of life Then came a solo Put on the Old i ore s of displayed ncrease ndable a t ad I VII exp European is compared proper ty was business District C ii I I t given San it Orchard Springs bound stcted beautiful language mad Pythi educated the e as j Cray Bonnet by Helen Young who made a grand hit Mr Lewis L Wtlker gave a very interesting in which he told of the benefits derived from the Knights of Pythias lIe spoke of that friendship which between Damon and Pythias and told of how they both fell on the block in front of the King whose heart vas touched and how they were both permitted to live because of their friendship for each other Rev O P Bush dismissed the meeting and the members went to their hall to discuss matters pertain ing to the lodge The evening session of the lodge began at 730 and ended about 11 oclock at which time the members of the lodge with their mothers wives sisters friends and sweethearts met at the Hotel Ken garlan where Mrs Zimmer had pre pared au elegant supper for about 200 people Mr Lewis Walker acted as luuot master Addresses were given by several of the local members and an especially interesting one was civen by our Danville friend lion W J Price The banquet broke up about one oclock and with a happy every one went to their homes feeling that the Knights of was a grand and good order and that it had a tendency to bring men close together and benefit each other and ever endeavoring to follow the example set by DJiuon and Pythias and to hold sacred time word Friendship Hughes To The Supreme Court There has been many expressions approving time Presidents act in selec ting Governor Hughes of New York to fill the vacancy in the Supreme Court caused bv the death of Justce Brewer but the Anti Trust League vigorously opposes the appointment and are petitioning the Judiciary Committee of the U S Senate to de feat the confirmation of the Some of the reasons given in the Leagues petition agaiist the con furmation are as follows We make our protest to your honorable body with no personal bums or malice what ever and wholly with a view to pro tooting a puolic duty in the public in terest We protest the con fli mation of Charles E Hughes for the reason that no one familiar with Mr Hughes public record can believe that his mental leanings are other than friendly to the purpose and plans of the men at the helid of these great trust conspiracies against time people which are now so menacing in this country We protest against his corfirma for the reason that it is a matter of public record that many of the men of the greatest power at the head of these trusts and who control the un lawful monopolies in the life as well as hose persons who control the transportation trusts and the money trust were his active sup porters and large contributors to the campaign funds used to elect Mr Hughes as Governor of New York The specious claim of the friends of Governor Hughes who are making such an active campaign for his tirmation that he would only I I thias be friend appointment again t necessaries- of I I I conJ address existed Goodnight I ion what he thought was honestly right is no sufficient warrant for his cdnfir matijn when we realize that tht rec ords of human history are fuli of the names of men who when in position of great power performed acts which they thought were honestly right and yet those acts resulted in terrible and Irreparable injury and suffering to their fellow men One of the most dangerous of all men to intrust with great power is the strongheaded able and man who thinks he is the right when he is wrong And in no public office in these Ui ed State are there greater possibilities of public injury than in hiving men so constituted for life on the Supreme Court bend Mr W J Bryan in criticising the appointment says The appointment of Governor Hughes to the supreme bench will be regarded by many as a popular appointment He has been put forward as a reformer and seems to be considered one by a great many good people but his reputation as a reformer rests upon a few official acts which show him opposed to grafting and to the individual vices but no one who will examine his record can doubt that he is in close sympathy with the exploiting corporations It wM be re membered that he vetoed the bill for the reduction of railroad rates after York legislature and a republi can legislature at passed the reduction bill It will be remembered also that he was the first prominent man to oppose the income tax and his opposition came after Mr Rockefeller had hostility to the income tax amendment Governor Hughes exemplifies the in dividual virtues and naturally de mands honesty in the public service but he is a shiding i lustration of that peculiar type of citizen developed in this country during tIle present gen citizen who personally pious opposed vice and is a punisher of small climes but sliows no at the larger forms of legalized robbery School Notes The graduating class this year will take the examinations set by of Southern Colleges for en trance to their freshmen classes Pu pils must pass fourteen units with a minimum grade of 60 perfect being 100 The State examination for common school graduates will he held on Fri day and Saturday of this week in the sctiod chapel Every pupil of our eighth grade will take this and those in the high school who wish to secure the benefit of free tui tion another year Pupils throughout the county who have any intent ion of entering the high school next fall should be urged to take the examina tion for thay cannot be admitted to our school on any credentials except the common school diploma and there is no other such examination to beheld till next January The eighth grade now has about thirty pupils of whom the greater part ought to receive common school diplomas grade will give an en I 1 I I a- New thathad I I I I I I erationthe indignation the Association I examination I Thi determined sit ing announced FOR INSTANCE In your parlor you can put a pretty rug at 1500 lace curtains at a dollar pictures at a couple of dollars two firstclass rockers for 600 and a center stand for 150 The win dow shades we will furnish free OR SUPPOSE It is the bedroom An enameled iron bed as low as 350 a mattress at 3 good springs 3 a chair t lace curtains r a handsome dresser i 6 matting for the floor 5 and the window shades without charge I j tertatnment on Tuesday afternoon of Commencement week On Minday will he the exercises cf the grades the eighth The last day the Senior class will present a program as kited by the music pupils and a few of the high schorl pupils The graduating address will be Thursday night by Dr Ira Landrith president of Belmont Nashville Tenn for Sunpay May 29 has not been engaged but announcement will be made later Last year we omitted some of the usual commencement because of lack of room for the school and visitors tjo thinking this year would find us better pro vided Tliii vear do tne best we can hampered as are for lack of space trusting that near future has all we want in store Su we invite all our iti nds to come to thes2 exercises Complete programs will be published in the RECOUP fur the week Commencement weekVery truly D V Bridges Cracks at Creation Did you know That the reason we dont clean tquare we think perhaps II alleys comet v ill brush it up for us with its tail That we hope the cost of living will soon be visible to the naked eye That we believe ia ccsducatim the boy can get through his studying and CoOl ting at the same timeThat we would rather the frost got the fruit than caterpillars and English sparrows That if blackberry winter will just kill the blackbeniis the women can have one good time this summer That all I get out of an the smell and the dust That a great many people in Lan caster dont seem to care to have run around their house but a front porch That a purse was lost one day last week by one of our high school boys containing two love epistles He can get same by calling on Prof Bridges and paying for this notice I That a great many people thought they were looking at Halleys comet when it proved be Jim Elmores with the Acetylene lights turn ed on That the slide that Currey Robinin son made to second in the ball game list Friday would make Ty Ccbh turn green with envy That they had some ringers in the game I noticed one from Boston one from Glasgow and one with a bathing suit on I suppose he was from Atlantic City That Jake Joseph and his affinity Jim Beasley are very anxious barbecued lamb and will furnish the barbecue if some good friend will fur nish the lamb That Dick Anderson Eph Brown and Earl Farra are taking courting lessous from Prof Theo Currey That Prof Curray has arranged with his graduates Messrs Logan Sutton Wednesday College Time speaker I we sha1 we preceding because automobile- is t I for a t t below given yet exercises uptime anything use and Dave Walker to teach in his ab senceThat Victor Learcan be seen any night now in the wee small hours fluttering up and down the undress uniform That the King of Slim wives expects to visit Uncle Sam this summer All I know about the King is he is a darn sight braver man than I would be The Sow Hen The hen has had her inning her lay has been repeatedly sung as great money producer until she has af most superseded the eagle as the American bird Her egg product has been counted until she has paid the national debt several times over But the hen i now overshadowed by the sow There is no sentiment about a sow but there is lots of money The pigsty has put the poultry house in the shade and a grunt now means mote than a cackle The sow is now more important on the farm than the horse the mule or even the hen A hen may produce in a year a good many eggs which will give the wife a good deal of pin money but a sow in a year will produce enough pigs to pay fur a handsome tailormade or a few pattern hats The hen always quits laying when eggs are the highest but the sow has lust as many pigs when pork is selling at 311 per hundred as when ir is down to 34 Talk about your Standard Ol stock a sow pays bigger dividends than even John D Kin on his monopoly The sow has never gotten her head up as high as the hen goes about her business in a very downcast and lowly way but she gets there all tLe same Her grunt i sweeter music to the speculative farmer than the which sings from his leafy bow er If she tips the beam at 250 pounds she is worth on the market 25 but it she stavs on the farm her pi s in one year will sell for 350 She declares a two hundred per cent dividend annu ally on her part value She is both a pig and a wealth producer She is paying off mortgages on the farm and causing the farmer to ride around In automobiles and smoke ci Let the hen go away back and set while Mrs Sow ambles to the frost and produces more gold than the mines of Golconda When General referred to us as Yankee pigs he never dreamed how Yankee I pigs would soar Keep the sows at home and raise pig Elizabethtown News Abyssinia a Rich Country While in the valleys o Abyssinia i are grown sugar cane cotton rubber and other tropical plants the uplands t have excellent pastures and corn fields such as may be found In I j Go Far Down for Coal No coal is mined in this country low er than a depth of 2200 feet while reveral English mines penetrate oaOO feet down and there are mines In Belgium 4000 feet deep EightInch seams of coal are mined commercially abroad while few veins less than 14 inches thick are worked in this room In by Vsthe the suit urd te cent gars Ypler I England 1 country accompanied lmir fort farmers at mockingbird i i Would You Be Happy Then get a home of your own Dont board 1he money you pay cut fir board will soon pay your own little home We will home completely on weekly payments Well gve you the most goods and the best goods for the least money Well give you the benefit of our many years experience in thehome furnishing aid well give you the biggest assortment from which to make your selections Well give you a square deal throughout We ask you to come in and look our lines over and you will then know that these statements are true Z 4 c r1lt J furnish your everyone business NOW THE KITCHEN A good oilcloth foi the floor at 5 completea a couple ofchairs for a dollar first class cook stove for 20 and a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet at 25 with the window shades of course THE DINING ROOM Six nice chairs will cost you 150 each You You can get a substantial buffet for 15 a good rug at 5 and an eight foot extension table with full equipment at 750 We put up the window shades COME IN WERE QUAD TO SHOW YOU Everything for the Home Lancaster Kentucky GI JB r r r IL E7ax7 F DIRECT FROM THE A iYt Flour NlHI to us is how our OBELISK brand comes That saves a lot of handling and all intermediate profits On that ac count we are enabled to sell you such a high grade as the Obelisk at such a reasonable price Look for and save the coupons from each barrel they are valuable BANKS HUDSON A Car Load of I LaPorte and John Deere I I flour ifJ if I I i IJ jiian Jmr rgi1rJlr tr iJ1 1SJi jt BUGGIES NOW ON HAND We have bought this lot of Buggies so as to offer them to you at a very low price We have the genuine Brown cultivator also the John Deere Disk cultivator None so either Walter A Wood Binders and Mowers A few Cutaway Harrows left none so good saves a team and hand each J R Mount Son Co II if 1I goodas day II JWagons l rWJI I f rrJ H rwIrd1 frfJ i rs JJlli f L t f7 z r Hardware Implements 1 THE I iIf Parlor Stove needs a different size Coal than the kitchen range of the furnace in the cellar So when ordering your COAL from us tell us the use you intend it for and fR b I I I I I I I I I Iii 1 or- t we will send you the right size Well send you the right f dean free burning kind of course We couldnt do other wise as that is the only kind we Manufacturing Co PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 2700000 We solicit your business and offer absolute security to all We Do Not Borrow by Paying Interest on Deposit We are here to stay We need your business We are active accurate courteous and will please you Try u I I 11 lhornndIIIM t Is l 4f II I II I i I keep- S nPo1I f OFFICERS E L Woods President W C Fish Vice 1resideut O Lr Cashier r I W G KemperI TeA Caishicr sst DIRECTORS Marion Coy R L Arnold 1 B Woods R G Guyn 1 S Burrows W C Wynn E L Woods W C Fish II Automobiles AGENTS FORE M F 30 125000 FIan Iers20 750oo F O B DETROIT tWe also handle Automobile supplies oils tires etc and keep expert Auto men for repair work If you are C intending buying phone us Bell 24 and we will have our M demonstrator call on you Danville IOU Goal 60 III Is 111 III III I III 11 l I I 1 v V l 4tIaMAt111ri d1RihR- I I IFa III 7 1 t I I t j w 1- k I r HARMONY Mrs Bessie Hiatt of Stanford was the guest of T J Stigal of this place SundayMiss Wilson was the guest of Miss Dora Douglas Saturday and Sunday Mr N L Willeford and family spent Sunday with D D Collet Rev W M C Hutchins filled the pulpit Sunday Sunday School 230 p m Jim Brewer bought a cow for 2750 I J Stigall bought a cow of N L Willeford for 10 Charlie Hitchings died May 2 The remains were taken to Knox county for burial BUENA VISTA Virgil Wilds from near Burgin has been visiting the family of J J Pour Mrs Virgil Scott of Bryantsville spent a few days last week with Mes Christopher and Lesle Ruble Miss Ora Poor was called to Stan ford Sunday by the illness of her Mrs Ballard Mesdames Voris and Gutery of Buigin were with Mrs John Johnson Friday Mrs Elizabeth Ison who has bets ill for sometime is no better Miss Aline Scott is visiting rela tives in Lexington Miss Margaret Askins is with friends in Jessamine Tne seleci school taught by Mrs Hugh Christopher closed last Friday Last Wednesday a young horse driven by Messrs George and Eugene Rubel became frightened at an autt driven by Mr Chasline of Lexington Eugene Ruble in attempting to alight was thrown to the ground and bis leg fractured MT HE1SKON J E Sherrow bought a cow and calf from G R Carpenter price 3250 Dennie Scott is quite ill with ty phoid fever E C Mmtiomery sold to Isaac Montgomery of Jessamine a mare 190 The Sunday school at this place su perintended by n R Montgomery is increasing in interest attendance and contribution Let every ant take part Mrs Frank Braden and daughter Miss Lou of Jessamine county wert with her sister Mrs G A Bruce of last week Miss Katherine Vanderpool win has been visiting in this vicinity the past week returned to her home it Lexington Sunday accompanied bj Mr A D Montgomery and wife Miss Gertrude McQueray of Jessa mine attended Sunday school at place Sunday PAINT LICK Mr Tom Champ of Corbin Ins been the guest of his parents M and Mrs Jas Champ Miss Maggie Rennick has gone to Nicholasville to guest of Visa Mary Clark Engleman of Lan caster is the guest of Miss Eliza RuckerMiss Emma Estridge has returned from a visit to Harrodsburg- Mr Gatiff of Middlesboro was the guest of Miss Margaret Anderson last SundayMiss Hattie Button and Mr Nick Arbor of Richmond visited Miss Stel la McWtiorter last Sunday Miss Madden King who is school at Richmond visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Mr J W Guyn wife and children left last Friday a visit to relatives at Nicholasville and Lexington- Mr and Mrs Lobston of Bere have returned home after a visit to her Mr and Mrs Treadway- Dr and Mrs Snowden have moved to their summer home at Lowell Mr and Arthur Bottner are with Mr and Mrs I D Burchell for a visitDr Patrick was a visitor in Louis ville last Sunday Mrs Jimmie Byres has been sick John Simpson solda cow and calf to Lee case for 55 Supper will be served by the ladies working society at the parsonage from 5 oclock p m until 10 oclock Price of admission 25c Everybody inyited Mrs Mobley of Buckeye was with her daughter Mrs John Speaks last weekMr Noah Marcee wife and daughter have been visiting Mr and Mrs Jake Carpenter at Lancaster Dont forget to come to the supper Wednesday night Ben Poindexter bought of Perk In gram of Boyle a family mare for 200 Rev W L Martin preached Sun day morning from the text Be not in well doing Sunday evening He that confesseth me men him willI confess before my Father which is in Heaven There will be a call meeting of the church tomorrow Saturday after noon at 230 for tbe purpose of extend ing Rev W L Martin of Louisville a call as pastor Mr Martin has made several visits here and is very much liked by the congregation The pulpit committee earnestly desires that as many of the members who ctfn will come to this meeting t J J I dames t I I onecome J I I I I I De the attend- Ing Mrs Ir MARl SBUHY before nigh Hugh L sister i Ii price apart this I relatives fur parents i 7 t IN THE REAR APARTMENT Only in New York are such ac quaintances possible We are very near neighbors Our two apartment houses approach each other as closely as the law permits and our windows are exactly on a line We had been enjoying the privacy of having a va cant flat before our windows for months when our seclusion was sud denly broken In upon The windows so near our own were thrown open one day Our neighbors had arrived We decided at once that they were bride and bridegroom and that the old colored servant had been in her fam ily for a generation They were very quiet neighbors not in the least ob trusive or noisy and without ever speaking to them after the New York fashion we came to regard them with quite a neighborly spirit The daily routine of the brides apartment soon became very familiar We knew the hours of their meals their plans for calls and callers If the bridegroom were late In coming home or the couple went away for a day we knew it and their doings supplied much of our small gossip One summers night when the were thrown open on the air shaft were attracted by a sudden commotion An elderly gentleman obviously a doctor hurried in and we saw a group gathered anxiously about the bed What Is left to flat dwellers of the spirit of neighborliness was aroused The little bride was very ill The lights burned in her room throughout the night nor did the doctor leave till daybreak Out of pure sympathy we slept little our selves that night Then followed a long illness which we watched with anxious attention When the doc tors visits changed from three visits a day to a single call it was a source of rejoicing for us all And one bright morning weeks after the little bride appeared in her chair before the win dow Silently we all rejoiced in her improvement She looked very pretty and very frail in her gayly colored dressing gown with its profusion of pink ribbons And each day the great bouquet of flowers before her was re newedA passed and then one day we missed the little bride from the window She had gone back to bed and again the doctor came regularly at at first daily but soon to our con sternation twice each day Later however the calls became fewer and once again the little bride took up her place by the window But It was a greatly changed little figure which went straight to our hearts The gay dressing gown was gone as were the pink ribbons and the face looked drawn and pale Then the effort proved beyond her strength and saw her no more But one night our attention was attracted to the window again and we watched fearfully with anxious hearts Two doctors and a nurse hastily summoned were beside the bed The bridegroom sat at the foot his head buried in his hands without moving The doctors and the nurse were obviously working with haste One two three hours passed and then the lights were turned down and the curtain which had been forgotten was drawn We knew all and throughout that night the loss seemed to be our own The next morning we saw the undertakers enter the room with their hideous toolsAnd the pathetic little family has not yet gone out of our life The hus band and the old colored maid still live in the apartment At first we marveled that he should stay on alone among so many memories but we have decided that these memories are all that he has left He sits by the windows alone in the early even I ing with the room darkened We feel that we know him well and that he is bound to us by innumerable bonds of sympathy But we have never so I much as learned his name The Lady of the Telephone She is more than five feet tall she Is neat she Is quick she is never deaf nor dumb she is invisible when most is the girl who must be consulted before you can get the tele j phone you want says the Baltimore Sun The government experts find that she can answer 225 calls a min ute without shedding a hairpin but do not mention that she can give you the same wrong number three times in five minutes and cause attacks of apoplexy and indignation at both ends of the wire She must be either very patient or very indifferent this opera tor in the conversation exchange for she deals with many men of many tempers and many women of many tongues And if she can manage nis successfully and emerge from a day of conflict with unruffled temper and Broiling face she must be a wonder New Remedy wish I had as good a head of hair as you have I have tried everything to remedy my but with no good results you ever tried rubbing your head with steel Customer Certainly not Thats ridiculous 9 ridiculous Isnt it a fact that steel makes the hair spring Bled eight feet from the ground a rubberyielding tree of 15 inches gives three pints of liquid Sharks Grow to Great Size Seventeen species of shark some of them 25 feet In length inhabit the far eastern seas while the basking shark of the Indian ocean frequently attains a length of 50 feet Citys Glory Departed The city of Wallsee on the Danube In lower Austria once famous and wealthy because of its millstone has just seen its glory fade away the closing of its last millstone concern I i 3F windows we Z we desperate I effectiveshe CustomerI baldness WatchmakerHave WatchmakerWhy industry W c e 0f i iioIiIIIIII Oc diameter completely through 4 An Ordinance I An ordinance levying and providing for the collection for the year 1910 of an Ad on all property 1 subject to by the City of Lancaster Ky of a poll tax on each male of said city over 21 years of age all other estimated revenues j The City Council of the City of Lan j caster Ky do ordain lis follows 5 1st That there is levied for the year 1110 upon of all J the assessed and assuble property real personal and mixed tangible arm r intangible of every kind and descrip i tion liable for by the City of Ky Ad Valorem tax of e for the and appor tioned and as follows 1st Sinking 21c upon each 100 of liable for taxation for t the purpose ofproviding for the fund tbe revenue ari ing from which is appu tioued as to Items of expenditure as follows 12c upon each J 100 uf piopeit r liable for taxation for else purpose DJ pruvici K the sum of 100000 to me land pay the interest j on the bolide indebtedness of the city whicn becc toes due Aujr 1st 1910 nine upon each 10000 of i property liable for taxation for the purpose of the sum of 800 for the ultimate of the i bonded indebtedness of the city and tit revenue and beyond the sum 1 80000 by said levy of 21c np I ui each 00 of property liable fur taxation shall no to the general Rev Mine fund the same is duly ap i portioned to the general claim 2nd Wate Works Revenue Fund upon 100 of property Jifble tur taxation w r the purpose of pro riding for in the water wurks revenue fund arising from the excess f the expenditures of the water works system above revenue arising tJerefroin and all revenues arising 4 from the levy the exteutof S1200 shall 40 to the water v orks revenue fund fe and be used in defraying the current expenses of the water works system but all revenues oTer and beyond arising from the source shall pass to the general fund and are apportioned to the account of general claims against the city as oth erwise provided for 3rd Gene yjlevenue Fund lie up on each on iundredf dollars of prop erty liable for for the purpose of providing a revenue fund v fur the payment tile various and sundry items of under the foilowing classifications For public light lie on the one hundred dollars Fur salaries loc on the one hundred dollars For streets lOc onthe one hundred dollars For general claims 5c on the one hundred doiLirs 2nd That be and is hereby levied for the 1910 upon eyery male city of Lancas ter Ky over one years of age a Poll tax of one dollar and fifty cents for the purpose of and main taining the streets und public high ways of the city any residue of same not so used shaillgo to the revenue fund 3rd All revenue derived from fines and fortitures are hereby apportioned to the general revenue fund and shall be used in meeting the expense g iist the police department officers costs anti commissions 4th All revenues derived from the water works system are hereby apportioned to the water works reve nue fund sHall be used in paying the expenses of repaiiiug and main taining the water works system 5th All other revenues of the city towit licenses rents back taxes and revenues from all other sources are hereby appropriated to the general fund and shall be used in paying the general claims against the city not otherwise provided for Glu This ordinance shall take from and after its passage and publication as required by law H T Logan Mayor R W McRoberts Clerk Great Commercial Asset Is Palm The oil palm Is perhaps the commercial asset in west Africa On the palm the African long for food clothing shelter utensils tools weapons orna ments medicines and intoxicating beverages Created a New Industry Necessity is the mother of An outofwork engineer in North London has set up a small steam on a costermongers barrow and invites the smoking public to submit their pipes to him for a thorough cleansing by steam injection one pen ny being charged vr Valoret tax taxa on a inhabit t and ppurtiouing 1 reby chSIOOOO tax ton a Fund pruperL Hid pr viding rail d 10 department 13 ear del tIle 1200 r venue I taxati n gen ral of an t effect hits boiler i T Lancaster distributed sinking con er pit there yea twenty general including greatest depended furniture invention GOING AFTER THE You need something to clean up disinfect KftESO DIP will do the work SAFESURE INEXPENSIVEEASY We have a special book let on Poul try Call or write for one I LIC E R EMcRobel ts V 0 1T 7 rJ b n vnv I NJ WUJ7f t yo 5clt 0010t 0 Nsle S St 0 I I cp1urnriciitiji We just received a large line of Farfflmglfflplements 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 prices to please you Ballard Co Bryantsville Ky have ia I I B i I II l I Becker v vor 0 Dee 111g 4 0 1910 SEASON I9IO 4092 tic Peavine 1798 Lucy Wells 6404 Fee 25 to Insure R S SCUDDER McKinney Ky WHY NOT HAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW illlLIV ililLPIliOffice National Bank ofLancaster FEllVINE 1- ooItr I Phone 3r RbI ICaal FOR SALE I Cheap For Cash or Produce Fresh Clean Eggs 1 6to 1 6ic Hens I 1 to 1 2c Ducks 10 to nets Geese 4 to 5cts Turkeys 10 to i2cts Just received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot A T SCOTT AuctioneerBuena 7 Years Experienceand 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Write me for dates Will be in Lancaster every county court day to serve you Phone Rb 19R Bargin Exchange H Nortlicottt r H1 r J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 31 LANCASTER KY Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but C C J E Stormes Cream HITE8 WORM REMEDY tIE lEEI TIE CWLDRBTS FAVtWTEC- ZWAMC or wrraneM THE CUMHNK PUKTMC HardSnoCT Lbtineat C McRaberts Drug Store uc ST LOUIS Me t s arts 6y r K Y WOOL Highest Market Price GOTT CO BOLTACRAT 47417 w R Fc He will make the seas n of 1910 at our stable on Herring avenue at 15 to Insure a Living Colt OLTAC AT record 224 is a black sali HI by Bermuda 5874 dam Carrie M ick by Camp Ferguson 4U4 yranr1 dam Lady Ihornc Jr by Mambriup etcBermudas sire is by Banker 4114 dam PattiePatchen- Bolticrats cults have records better His get Crapshonter 211 217i Lee Mack 222J Ruby Lee 223 J D 27J Joe Taylor 224i and Grayhouud 229J Bermudas colts all have records 230 as is also the case of Carrie Mack Boltacrats dam tsus proving that he is from a strain of winning stuck himself be ing a winner We will also stand at same time and place jDaws Hughes At SSOO to a Living Colt Blink Jack 15 hands high who has shown the best colts In Gar rard County Money positively due if mare is with sold or bred to another ani mal unless otherwise agreed tc We are not responsible for accident should any occur- J I II C HAMILTON Sacred Music English people are trying to define sacred music A London divine rays A man writes a waltz and calls it The Sailors Return But people will have nothing to do with it H is secular music He sets it to a slower time and labels it Jonahs Return from the Belly of the AVcale And that is oratorio Precious Stones the Orient Sapphires used to be mined in Kashmir but the mines are pow said to be exhausted The yellow white blue and green varieties of sapphires are found in the ruby bearing gravels in Burma The spinel is found in con siderable quantities in Burma W L DOUGLAS f3OO35O 1ov than insure parted religious in 1J 400 230 ifl Tic ruder slime of S SHOES UNION MADE BoysShoes 200 250 J Fast Color Euelets Used DO eestkewofi t all W Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality the world Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other sakes If you have been paying high prices for your shoes the next time you seed a give W Douglas shoes good in every way as those that have pricesIffactories at Brockton Mass and see for yourself Low L Douglas shoes are made yea Mld then understand why they hold shape fit better and wear longer than other makes W Douglas name and price ison the bottom to protect the wearer against nigh prices and inferior shoes Take Wo SnlMtiDouglas shoes are not forsale in your gcinitj Tite for Order Catalog WLXK ngla3 K SALE BT J W SMITH L considered pair L yourfootwear W L L v EXCURSION 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN A May 22to A f- do3 7 r c f Jil k7 I SPECIAL TR r3SA- JKiiIp T MUIt III tligiCJuis Yrts LL ra x- Z K HUBBLE Rev Strother of Danville preach ed at McKendrce Sunday Mr Bastin has about completed the telephone line which was cut between here and Hedgeville The people are sorry the gult parties were never caught and punished Mr Ben Penman has opened a Cream of Hops stand on Cherry st J C Eubanks had a 1000 pound steer killed by lightning- H J an I A M Luce two of our progressive farmers are preparing to build a tobacco barn M Bourne Glvan attended P banquet in Lancaster Monday ni ht FLATWGOD C A Dillon sold a twoyearold m ire to Win Brown for 225 S L Baird sold a hug to W SloW to S J Bammack a cow and calf for 15 The members of Methodist church at Lawsons Chapel organized a Sunday School at that place last SundayThere will be preaching at Good Hope next Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Rev S C Baird W H Fur ard family visited at C A Dillons on last Sunday Miss Maggie Arnold visited home folks last Sunday CRAB ORCHARD Mrs Judith Chestnut has from a few days visit to Mr Henry Catron and family Mr Wheldori 13 our new telephone manager here since Mr Jones has been transferred to Hustonville Vick Owens visiting his mother Mrs Agness Herrin Newman Holman and bride have returned home after a weeks stay with relatives here Mrs Alena Stevenson has postponed her trip to Texas until June Mrs Geo B Lyrie is visiting her mother and other relatives at Hawes yule Mr D B Edmiston from is here Rev D D Donehue will preach at the Christian church Sunday TIe has been employed to preach each first third Sabbath He tells us some strong truths and large crowds attend his services The late frosts were not so as was thought at first as then will be a very good crop of fruit in some places Mr S F Reynolds is on the sick list Mr F J Jones is recovering from a severe attack of the shingles Mrs Percy Benton and daughter Wilie of Broadhead were in our own one day last week MKs Annie Bronaugh has gone back tj London after visiting her parent it this place The young folks of the Christiaj church ar contemplating giving ai entertainment something on the the atrical order Dr Jones is boarding at the Logan Hotel during the absence of hs wife visited us again last Sunda morning and took one of our most use ful citizens and beloved neighbors Mr J F Edmiston Sr He had been sick only a few weeks and though death did not come ss a surprise ii was noue the less a shock He ne of our oldest and mot prosperous he will be missed those who knew him lie was laic t rest in the Crab Orchard cemetery Tuesday morning at ten oclock B sidesa widow he leaves three suns three daughters and three brothers all of whom with the exception of on brother were with him when the end came Miy he who tempers the wine to the shorn console them ir their irreparable loss and help then to real za that the parting is not for aye but that they will all be a happily eunited family in Heaven Avoid Trouble Waaei wfcei Ehreaieied with a nisksp should take Cariu aid the frig Wc crarriif IB Yom delicate eetdiSfei it will save yi heck pam misery Tboisaidsave tried eraffee eit ail have toad It tl WMderfil beach I I the IL J Baird Furr sold the returned i Louisville and D atl nerchanL and t prevent u before I destructive Miss war ball ht rib frill Carina h Take CARDUI Mrs Fauk Nickels if Mexfet Kt writes last year I was threatened wifk a Mishap aid Wine o tarhelped Be we thai aiy fter edfcice fowl have a Hie healthy bty Ifhkk tarthe lied aedidM I kMw tf fcr female trtiMes aid I wish aM sriferiH w eiwttld fry it Get Card everywhere E41 r SAM Civic Notes Our people have always been interested in the and aesthetic conditions of the town It is only necessary to call at tention to medical improvements and a change is soon seen This spirit is shown hy the general interest being taken in the park There is no doubt but the changes suggested will increase the comfoit and pleasure to all Lancaster has all the natural to make a beauiifnl little fiwn By all working together in this com mon cause no one will miss the money or time spent Stanford has her Im provement League Danville and Richmond their civic organizations and let Lancaster Tint be last in VIe crusade for cleaner prctier towns Let us all take pride in our town and strive to improve it in every way So out with paint and whitewash brushesOut brooms and hoes away with trash and weeds and tin can Away with old brick bats old paper and barrel hoops Then we will have clean streets clean alleys clean yard Upon investigation we find there is an oidiiuiiice agriost having wairons and machinery upon the corners of the square How Many Know There are 2754 languages Envelopes were first used in 183 Telescopes were Invented in 1590 The first steel pen was mad i in 1830 Watches were first constructed in 1476The first iron steamship was built in 1830 The first lucifer match was made in 1829 Gold was discovered in California in 1840Coaches were first used in England in1569Kerosene was first used for lighting purposes in 18Pfi The first newspaper advertisement appeared in 1652 The first knives were used in Eng land in 1559 Tim first wheeled carriage was used in France in Loft Mrs Bennie Metcalf is better but recovery is doubtful Mrs Thomas Gatewood of Indiana nas been called to the bedide of her mother Mrs Bennie Metcalf Mr and Mrs Kirby Teater visited Mr and Mrs Web Raney Mrs Kirly spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs Miry Walker of Lancas ter has gone short stay v it h her cousin Miss Ella Madison There will be a meeting at Pleasan flill School house nrxt Sunday at 230 oclock for the purpose of organizing Sunday school Etch and every one invited to come ana make iJ For Those Fond of Crusts There are people who prefer the crust of bread to any other part of the loaf Hence probably the sign in a window of a New York restau rant People who like the crusts of bread will find them here We keep them In the Reign of Law a system of policy that In spires such confidence as to give a value to land and that men so comfortable on their estates as to make the sale of them the least of their ideas Arthur Young Travels m France 1789 The Man of Cheer By Hines I dont know how ho is on creeds- I never lizard him say But hes got a smile that fits his face And lie wears it every day If things go wrong he dont complain Just tries to see the joke lIes always finding Jittle ways Of helping otherfoJks lie sees the good in everyone Their faults he never mentions lie has a lot of confidence In peoples good intentions Yon soon forget what ails you When you happen round this can cure a case ofhypo Quicker than the doctor can No matter if the sky is gray You get his point of view And the clouds begin to scatter And the sun comes breaking through Youll know him if you meet him And youll find it worth your while To cultivate the friendship of The man Behind the Smile With apologies to Mr Tennyson this is re spectfully dedicated to Mr C A Arnold the popular president of the Lancaster Fair Fair Fair Fair In the cool green woods oh see I would that my tongue could utter The thoughts that arise in me Oh 1 well for the farmer boy As he currIes his colt to show Oh well for the farmers wife With pies hated ready to go The horses will come and go To the Fair ground on the hill But oh for the sight of Mats line string And the sound of still The merrygoround goes round and round The boys and girls promenade But oh for the sight of the Crackerjack And a glass of red lemonade The peanut man will be there with his ware Oh 1 the ice cream cones they are good With twentyfive ladies in the big brass band couldnt stay away if you would The stately Airship will fly Over the green trees on the sloye The Carnival man with ten big And another man walking the rope FairFalr Fair In the cool green woods Oh see I lean hardly wait for the time to come That will bring Jt to you and me I I 4 and sanitary brinK broughtfrom 1559Ex reported- Ie Sallie Sebmtn for a Cltt or I love renders E I t man shows iir O 0 progressive improvement advantages the Miss evening a success Rubs man- tic Bobs voice never Too Man Who Sought to Build Panama Canal Is Leader W J Oliver Has Organized Great Ap palachian Exposition Project Although he did not get the contract to build the Panama canal W J Oliver of Knoxville Ten nessee was by no means undaunted and he is still engineering great en terprises Mr Oliver who is one of the most widely known private citi zens of the union on account of hav ing had the lowest bid to build the Panama canal is the president of the Appalachian Exposition to be held in Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 next This great enterprise is being worked out along lines that have made Mr Oliver the success he is in business circles and affairs generally He has given the undertaking the best of his energies and experiences and has enthused his associates with that zeal that will give the south the greatest exposition it has even known Mr Oliver is a multimillionaire and commands great resources from which he is drawing in order to make this exposition the signal success government same W J OLIVER President Appalachian Exposition Knoxville Tenn that all his crts have achieved A conception of Ills resourcefulness may be had from the statement that when the government was negotiating with him relative to building the Panama canal he was given ten days in which to organize a company of 5000000 capitalization to carry out his canal proposkion He met the requirement by organizing his company in only three days and the entire So000000 capital was paid in within the three days Mr Oliver has great faith in the future of the Appalachian region with its wealths of natural undevel oped resources He is encouraging the Appalachian Exposition because he believes it will prove a powerful factor in advancing the interests of Tennessee West Virginia Virginia Kentucky North and South Carolina Georgia and Alabama the states in the Appalachian region Expert PouStrymen to Pass Upon These Birds Fanciers Who Are Widely Known Are Interested in Appalachian Exhibit Poultry levers throughout this are interested in the poultry that is to be given at the Appa lachian Exposition in Knoxville Tenn September 12 to October 12 of this year The following representatives and wellknown poultrymen have been ap pointed by President W J Oliver to hold the show L B Audigier chair man J H Henderson J C White E E Carter R P Williams W J Frazer Knoxville Tenn John A Murkin Nashville Tenn C O Har well Atlanta Ga Dr W L Cleckley Augusta Ga J P Swift Waynes yule N C J E Hage Ashevllle N C B S Horne Keswick Va C F Ward Winter Park Fla L C Marsh Washington Miss C T Fallin Greenville S C G H Dozier Marion Ala W P Hofferbert Gadsden Ala F L Smith Lexington Ky A poultry institute will be held the week of the show and will be participated in by many of the best speakers and most prominent poultry men in the country among them Judge S T Campbell Secretarytreasurer of the American Poultry association who will conduct the institute The management have been fortunate in securing as judges for this great comparison show the following wellknown and popular gen tlemen Judge J H Drevenstedt of New York editor of the American Standard of Perfecton and whose opinion is valued highly probably than any other poultry judge in the United States He has judged at Madison Square New York since 1891 Bcston Cleveland Buffalo Philadelphia Haiti more Richmond Washington Hagors town Toronto Canada also at such southern shows in the past twenty years as Atlanta Columbia Green yule Nashville Bristol Lexington and Charleston Hs selection will please poultrymen all over the corn try ft Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Ann M Broad us Heirs Plaintiffs Vs Ann M Heirs Defendants In obedience to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its April Special term April 5th 1910 in the above1 ty led case I as Master Commissioner of said court in said case will on Monday May 23rd 1910 between ten oclock a m and two oclock p in it beinn the regular County Court day of Garrard county for said month sell to the highest bidder at the door in Garrard county Kentucky folloving property in Gar rard county Kentucky on Broadus Branch or Liik creek and bounded as followsBeginning at a point in middle of Nicholsons Branch in line to B F Gay and corner to J B Carters heirs region exhibit during more Broadus situated exceedingly courthouse Lancaster the y thence leaving branch and with heirs N 5 i W 725 chains S 38 383 chains N OS W 1882 chains to a point feet No tti of a locust stump j aid sprout corner to same thence with line of 40 acre tract sold by AMI M Bruaddus to J B Carter N i E 2805 ciiitiuR to a point in middle of Lick Creek corner to same thence down Lick Creek S 25i E 106 chains to an elm stump on South bank S E lu a stone on South hank S 78 E 570 chains t a on North bank N 41i E 500 chains chains to a point on North hank and midway between a sycamore and honey standing alit ut 15 fret apart corner to drier heirs and Prewitt thence Pro win still down creek N 89 E 885 chains N G7 E 1075 chains to a point 2 feet of Prow ittsyarrl fence and 18 short of a spring on North side of S 62 E 1G9 chains to a pont in middle of Lick Creek and opposite the nv iith of a dr in corner to Prowjst S 59 E 572 chains t a point in niiriYUe of creek and at mouth of Ni In loons Branch thence up said S 98J I W 700 S Hi W 1200 a point on East iclo S 1J W G75 i chains ton pint 8 feet West of stone fence SJ95 W 8CO chains to the containing 15303 acres This sale is made for the purpose of dividing the proceeds owners of said land according their i respective interests i TERMS j Said land will be sold in one body bv i the acre Sid sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve mouths one half of the purchase money being due in six months from day of sale and the other half being due in twelve months from day of sale The purchaser will he required to execute bonds with good security to the Master Commissiorer for the purchase money bearing six oar cent interest per annum from late of sale till paid upon which ex ecution may issue ir not paid at ma buiity the same having force and of feet of a judgment A lien will retained upon the land for the payment of the purchase money and interest aforesaid J W r WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court I Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Lucy Ann Simpsons Executor Pill VS Addie Sparks c Defendants In obedience to a of the Garrrrd Circuit Court rendered at isApril Specie term Apiil 5 1910 in the abovt styled case 1 as Master Commissioner of said court in said case will on MONDAY MAY 23 1910 between ten oclock a M and two oclock p in it being the regular County Court day of said county for said month se 1 to the highest bidder it the court house door in Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky the here inafter described real estate or so much thereof iS may be necessary Said real estate lies in G jrnird Kentucky on the Buckeye turn pike and is bounded as follows Tract A Beginning at three notches now cut in fence in a drain anti 10 feet west of a dead double buckeye in line to Davis Suttons and a new currier to the part cut off to Waxen thence near line to said Warren up said drain andacrass a ridge N 37 E 1207 chitin to a stake in the middle of another drain or hollow 14 links N 001 W from a marked mulberry pointer standing on N E of hollow thence down hollow N28i W 305 chains to a stake DR West bank and about 15 feet west f the mouth of a swan drain enter ing from the west N 22f E 7 1G chains to a marked locust on south of a branch in line to M s a new corner to said Betsy Warren thence down branch with Hil N I7 v 287 haiv N 35 W 2 77 fins N 14 W 522 chairs N 501 W oOo chains N 72 VY 300 chains N 71 W 150 chains tO a stake on south hank of bntrch stud at inocth of a drain entering front me South corner to Hill and Davis Suttnn therce with Sulton S 17 W 783 chains to a hickory IP drain S 11 W1154 chains to the south draw bar post of a pair of draw bars on a ridge corner to said thence with a wire fence N OS W fi9i chains to a stake and fence post i line to S S Long and corner ti said Sutton with LongS 7 W 1G78 chairs to a stake on a south Irllside corner in line to said Suttnr thence with Sutton S 87 E 1650 chains to the beginning and contain ing 51 79 B Bounded a ft louts to wit Beginning at a stike in hollow and corner to mouth of small Ito ow thence with Luv Ann Simpson aforesaid 60 acres 3 roods and 14 poles tract S 22 W 3o poirs to a post at nd of draw burs thence S W 21 pries to a st ike at east post of draw oars thence S GS E poles to a stake thence N 10 W 2e poles to a hickory in a drain thence down same N 17 E 52 poles to a stake at mouth s of drain in line ol Hill in a branch thence with middle and meanders of jj xune with Hill S 724 E 6 poles S 78 s E 10 pole E 14 poles S 56 E 4 poles S 16 E 22 poles S 43 E 7 S 19 E 7 poles to the beginning con noting 23 acres 2 roods and 21 poles Tract No B is a part of tract No A and is included in the above bound try ut tract A Tract No B is cal ed Second Lract in the judg ment of salt Tract No B or so much thereof as may he necessary to the indebtedness hereinafter set forth wIll best Id first and in the event it fails to bring the necessary amount then enough will he sold from what is left of tract No A and adjoining trait 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 Sad sale is made for the purpose of pitying i idabtedn ss gr irig to Addie L Sparks and for costs and allowances the total amount to be raised amounting to 172887 TERMS Said sale wi 1 be made on a credit of six and twelve months one half of the purchase money being due in six months from day of sale and the other half due in twelve months from day of sale and the purcnaser will be rc qnired to execute bonds with good se to the Master Corn rnissi ner fur the purchase money bearing six per cent per annum from date of sale till paid upon whicn bonds execution may issue if not paid at maturity said bonds force and effect of a judgment A lien will be retained upon the land for the payment of the purchase money with interest afore sail W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court May2 1910 I V 9 811 525 chains stump N 691 E 645 chain S 72 E 700 I locust N l thaI ipI with South feet t I chain th to rights and I sold I i county bank bank tip drain tosame and rr ct hill at Slit 34 it S Nt Carter sycamore creek hrs nch chains to beginning al he judgment Betsy Eh l and Suitor acres 7 45J raise curl 4 4 Summer is almost here and we want to make an ICE con tract with you for the season and Cured Meats of all kinds A call will convince you J P PratherSonsi 1 1 1 1 MI i We ask the parents to bring the boys to our store for their 1 NEW CLOTHES 1- i We are showing splendid values that guarantee to give good service We have lected these garments with great care as to style and fit and we assure you that we can please the parents as well as the boys We are always willing to show our gcods whether i you come to buy or merely to investigate HP Jas W Smith i When you think of building see the Danville lumber 4 Manufacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ICE ICE ICE 1 Fresh i t t II IIIIIIIIIIII rJJ trm fr1 ff JJ1 HrJ i CLOTHING For The BOYS I me J set i i s I r irt t e e NN in payment of accounts If he has no bank account of his own he has t rely on the good nature of friends to get the cash fur the checks If he had an account at the Garrard Bank and Trust Co he could have his checks cashed without obligations to any body Think that over if jou are not a bank depositor II I THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capita 50000 Surplus 20000 A R OEXNV fresideat- J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DESIST Cashier J F Rubinson Asst Cashr R T Embryv Bookkeeper D Cochran Alex R Danny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennv J WI Williams D IlUOItS L GIU Sam COP IGHI ARE FIRE PROOF IIT EVERY IJ Business Man RECEIVES CHECKS HEY will not burn Will not split or curl like wood shingles Will not crack and roll off like slate not rip at the seamsWill like plain tin Neither will they rattle during high wind storms I They never need repairs and last aslong as the building j of all they make the handsomest roof and are not Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Philadelphia Pa And last expensive I CoP 7 F f V 4 r- y in irM Tfcgjr wi Mirm JTHTI r j F YOU ARE LOOKING FORf Our Entire Stock of Ladies Tailored Suits and Ready Made Dresses At Decided Low Prices for Ten Days Beginning Saturday May 14th 191O t q Ii ii II 4- t1I Here Is Just Th Chance C 4 L E A lit e1 i jz194O 1598 4 OW is the time to prepare to PAINT your house IDi mrr4 RE-= We have every thing necessary and the very best that can be bought Come to us for your Paint and Varnish Frisbies Drug Store oo j Jjli s All Silk Fabrics in our new Messalines and Pon laids worth 125 and 100 per yard we will place over the counter at the price of 67 cts per yard The remainder of our stock of suits worth 2000 and 1750 will be slaughtered at the ridiculous price of 1248 tended the K P banquet Monday night Mr and Mrs John Bau hman Mr and Mrs Jim Woods Mr and Mrs Jesse Wearen Mr and Harry Hill Mr and Mrs W K Shu gars Dr Tim Pennington Homer Wray Prof Ireland Clarence Tate Misses Sallie Taylor Woods Frances Adams Francis Cooper Sue Taylor Engleman and Miss Pence Mr Billy Burton has returned from Richmond Va and Wilson N C John Dunn has returned home from Florida where he has been the winter YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Just opened afrjesn lot of Lowneys Candy R Zimmer Star brand shoes 429 tf R L Hagan Try a can of Hawawian pine apple at Curreys tf Currey ot fresh every wegfc tf Fresh LowneyA Oandy atZimmers 34tf t Phone 199 in the grocery line 24tf Buy your at Curreys place tf Cow Peas Cane seed at Banks Hudson ft For R P Gregory Lancaster For Sara A good rubbertire phaeton 5133t Mrs J C Robinson brand of flou ee Turner 24tf Best line of hoierv tf town 50c line go at 25c 25c Moggo at 15c 429tf R L Hagan Highest for produce 24tf Come to see at the Pratts at 40c 25c at 20c 429tf R L Hagan House and Raising a special ty Best Box 403 Tele phcne 16 I r etc for next ten tf Mrs Sell your ito Currey U lh for n hiug Lee T nero chic Sale l grass strippers and a set of a We handl Cross mark B M condition 50c Ing r erence JBpd prices Bros t sO spending U ate better s all Ends vegetables feed ill end I 4 a the f Red pr paid country Turner nd g Billie Courthouse tb ders package age mo dwin Danville Ky- 4228t Special Bues Harness Conn N Ready Made French Gingham Dresses from 500 to 50 on sale now at prices that range from 348 to 5OO A special line of Ladies Tailored Skirtsw- eoffer from 250 to 750 that are exceptional values The most beautiful line of Wash Suits now on dis play ever shown in Lancaster Do not fail to see them I originallyworth I i 1 The Joseph Mercantile Companys Gossip About People N V N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are Interested In Mrs Geo Ballard visited Danviile last week Percy Elkin of Danville is a at Kengarlan Hotel Mr Tut Burnam of Richmond was a visitor in our city Tuesday Mrs Ann Robinson is at home from a several weeks stay in Danville Mrs Martha Haley of Richmond is visiting W H Wuerrit and family bliss Emma Laytjn of McCreary is visiting her sister Mrs Dave San dersMr Charles Burbank of Henderson was a guest at the Kengarlan this weekMiss Annelle Tomlinson is at home from a pleasant visit to Lexington relativesMrs E Stormes and MiS AI tie Marksbur were visitors in Lexing ton Saturday Miss Birdie McClure of Stanford has been the recent guest of Miss Mimie Stormes Dunn Misses Roberta and Annette Jen flings of Kansas City Mo are guests of Mrs George Ballard Mrs H C Dunn and children are at home after a visit to Mr and Mrs Ike Dunn of Lexington Miss Jennie is in Richmond attending the convention of County Superintendents Elijah Cumley of Columbus at home on a furlough with his mother Mrs Jane Cum ley Mr and Mrs Miller Field of Simp sonville were here for the funeral of the late Mrs Robert Boyle CO 7W visitor I Ei gins this week Ohio- I w F r4r it r t I i r j 14 f r l J c i We offer a Tailored Suit in the latest spring style at 19 48 that was worth 3000 These suits are made from the choicest fabrics and the most fashionable being unexcelled in workmanship style and quality origan ally colors All suits that were originally worth 2500 will be sold at the low price of 15 98 during the next ten days These suits are made from excellent materials and the are well made being exceptionally goof values for the price they were origianly sold for garments Miss Wadie Lee Maret will her art teacher early in June a delightful sojourn in Europe Miss Amanda Anderson has return ed from a short stay with her sister Mrs Bettie Miller of Lexington 1 Mr and Mrs W K Shugars and son of Stanford were guests Sunday of Judge Wm Shugars and family Mr and Mrs Fred Noder and little daughter Lucile of Indiana have taken rooms with Mrs John Ballard Mr and Mrs John Nichols have re turned to their home in Danville after a stay with Mr and Mrs J W Swee Mesdames Martha Evans Lusk and Ann Robinson leave this week for a visit to Mrs Lucy Harden of Dan villeMiss Muttie Lee Hubble of Hami ton College Lexington is here with her parents Senator and Mrs R L Hubble Mr and Mrs Jack Beazley of Stan tord were guests of Mr and Mrs J A Beazley for the K P services MondayDr Brown of Wichita Kansas Mr and Mrs John Eastland of Louisville are visitors of Rev and Mrs C C Brown Misses Rella and Mary Arnold and guests Mr and Mrr Musselman of Louisville were vvi Crab Orchard friends Sunday Misses Safronia Fox and Carrie Wal ton Anderson of Richmond Normal School are at home for a visit to their respective parents Miss Lettie Lusk been the recent guest of Mis Mary Clay Wii liams is now with her sister Wallace Muir of Lexington- Mr Howard Newland and Misses Mary Mobley and Kate Newland of Stanford have been visiting their cousin Miss Nannie B Herring Mr Louis Gill left Tuesday for Princeton Ky to attend the wed ding of an old school mate He ex DAFE1 I accompany for J I ney whohas Mrs pects to be gone about two weeks Mrs Banks Hudson has been relatives in Lexington the past weekMiss Delia Tinder came down Satur day from the Normal School at for several days visit to her parents Elder and Mrs FM Tinder Mrs Wm R Cook was hostess for the Tuesday afternoon club at her suburban home this week Inviting refreshments were served in Mrs Cooks usual gracious manner Misses Agnes and Ruth Alma Marti and Stella Hendren of Richmond Normal school were visitors at the home of Miss Allis Hendren the first of the week Elder F M Tinder will preach at Antioch Sunday He ex expects to begin a revival at this church early in June Rev Mr of Stanford to conduct the meet ings A Stephens of Danville who has been at home since the death her mother Mrs A B Brown Sr Feb has returned to her home Stephens was quite sick while hereCards have been received here an nouncing the arrival of little Miss Jane Walker Gray at the home of Mr and Mrs Quincy Gray at Conners ville Ind Mrs Gray was formerly Miss Isabelle Walker of Paint Lick Mesdames Wm Lear and Ross Bas tin feft Saturday for a viit to Miss Sue Anna Lear at Bam i ton College Lexington They go to witness the play The Ladies of Crawford by Mary Barnet Horhe in which Miss Lear takes a prominent part Miss Nannie B Herring was At Home Saturday evening to a birth day party at her hospitable home Miss Herring was assisted in receiving by her young friend and schoolmate Miss Bessie Brown A most inviting repast was served the guests and all left wishing the fair hostess many more such happy occasions The following Stanford people at I I I aft rnoon Miss M lot I I visiting Richmond Montgomery Walker Cutting Corn Planters Cultivators Etc at special prices Conn Bros tf Get our ofices we can save you tf Conn Bros Hemp seed wanted IjCall at my and will with you for all you raise this F B Marksbury422tf Lost Tarpolian 12xl2i feet between Sugar Creek nlkeand Duncans ware house or warehouse Finder please return or J T Hicks J ud son Ky and receive reward Millinery Sale I have a nice line of trimmed hats and sailors which I will sell at reduc ed prices betinning My 7th Come early and Tiiming de partment in charge of Mrs Lee Muup in Mrs G A Ballard 2t Paint Lick Ky For Sate Three choice Jersey bulls by 7GJ70 whose dam made 21 Ibs and butter in 7 days and uction for 800 00 These calves from 6 to 18 months old from heavy milking dams solid colors and splendid individuals Towles F Walker 513 4t Point Ky Garrard Circuit Court T E Wheelers Heirs Pltfs Vs Notice to Creditors T E Wheelers Heirs Defts All persons having claims against the estate of T K Wheeler deceased are hereby otitfed and required to present e proven as required by law to the undersigned Commissioner at his office in Lancaster Garrard coun ty Ky on or before May 31st 1910 W I Williams Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court 4t Our Agents Make Week Selling new process water color por trait and gold frame Costs 90 cents complete with serfs for 198 Samples and instructions free Young man in in one day We are the longest picture and frame house in the world One general agent wanted in each county Give us ref erence and we will extend you thirty days credit withsteady honorable em ployment at a big income Our is established twentyfive years We are not in the picture and frame trust We want honorable trust worthy representatives only You need no capital to work for us Wi teach you how to make a success Ad dress at William Art Company 2515 W Taylor street 24236 Chicago II rrow ers money on a we handle co tr r stole notify get Rioter Lad 12 zof sol a re Leavell sa 5000 a Ohi m e 2200 business once I III L 0 ing office t bargains Mermaids WE EMBRACETHE I Oppoitunity to draw attention to our White Swan Flour Of all the highgrade flours the White Swan is the best as is byits 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 corn and wheat Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop I I nt fIV UII evidence I Any Good Judge of Merchandisecan be made happy Friday and Saturday May I 13th and 14th at the White Elephant Store 100 values Blue and White Brown and White Black and White check Silks yard width at sgcts Extra values in all new shades of Foulard Silks at 6gcts Big Reduction In Tailored Slits 2500 Ladies Tailored Suits reduced to 1850 2000 Ladies Tailored Suits reduced to 1349 2000 and 2500 Ladies Silk ready made dresses to 1349 Big Line Lingerie Dresses at reasonable prices 11 I III II CI III reduced or j i l l I i I 1 Y S LI o Ir SILVER WOOD t Son of Far Wood 1CT9C record 2 2 brother to i sire of Lady Constantine 212 Fiorist 2UJ and eight others Far Wood 227- j Son of Nut Wood COO record 2185f sire of Huuager tin Lock Heart 284 210J4 nnd 1C5 others Nut Wuod 600 record 21SJ Son of Belmont 64 Silver Wocd dam Princes by Vatican 2 2 11S08 he by Belmont 61 Vatican dint Hambletoulan 1U Far Wood 1G7UG retard 227J 1st dam Nora Wilkes dam of Xo Wood212Ji i Nora Wood 2lSt Nora Wilkes By Geo Wilkesoll 2 2 Nut Wood 600 record 21SJ 1st dam Win Russell dam of Mau d E 2J5 Wood 212 AddleD I 0 list I I f 4 Sor I tx F 4 J J WALKR President Silver Wood should make one of the greatest stock horses in Kentucky 1st because he is backed np by sire and dam of the best blood that can be found All Rood horses run back to these families of horses 2nd because be la oneof the grandest looking 5 year old horse I ever saw He Is 5 hands high good bone fine style and finish black and white feet silver tail lie is just Rood 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 season of 1910 at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted to good mares ai the very low price of 1250 to insure a living colt I am prepared to 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 I and II server i I I J S Prest JOHNSON Vice ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK I Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 1 B F HUDSON Cashier P- ffO BieNBrAsstOashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper I- J J WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper p Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Ht dson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold Having installed a new ELECTRIC MOTOR PLANING MILL with latest Improved machinery we are prepared to furnish you at reasonable prices any kind of Fancy Planing Mill Work Door and Window Screens Etc Also Rough and Dressed Lumber Laths Cement Estimates furnished on bills promptly THE CRESCENT LUMBER CO Incorporated Danville Phone 600 DANVILLE Ky 1 I I I a s anduP to date WOOL Highest Market Price W R GOTT St COl NABOTH JRNabothJrfs a rich red bay 9 years old nnd full 16 hands hlghwelghs 1225 ponnds and is a horse of wonderful beauty leaving a long rangy neck and a fine tall He is a perfect gaited horse with superb all round action and like all sons of old Naboth he has great natural j peed in harness and a greater racking horse can not be found in the State of Kentucky I have been d dealer in fancy horses for ten years furnishing them for all the markets in this ountryard I am anxious to encourage the breeders of horses to continue to raise better ones s 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 dumber one they must take the nnreu to the right kind of sires Kabotlu Jr beyond sill doubt is a horse that will produce hat type of horses that the market demands and for which the public is willing to high prices I purchased this great young stilliou at a fancy price because he has size style action beauty and breeding I had this horse worked W days and he stepped a mile in 210 j 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 Nabotb Hambletotiian 10 Old Messenger Chief I Red Wilkes George Wilkes Manbriuo Chief Pilot Jr and Harry Clay PEDIGREE By Naboth 1001G219J He by Valsingham 21GG sire of Latitude and several others in the list Walsingham George Wilkes Old Xaboths first dam Tinsel by Messenger Durock lOG son of Hamhletonian Second dam Bess sister to James Howell Jr by Hambletouian Third dam Jessie Sayre by Harry Clay 45 Fourth dam by Liberty son of Lance by American Eclipse Xaboth Jrs First dam by Messenger Chief Jr by Old Messenger Chief Second dam by Cril Davis by Red Wilkes Third dam Thoroughbred NabothJr will be k pt during the season of 1JIO at my stable in Lancaster Ky and will be permitted toserve mares very low price 15 00 to a living colt I am prepared care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices but no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of stove committed to my care NOTICE Naboth Jr isthe sire of the colt that won the IOU champion colt stake also the sire of the winner of the yearling stake at the Lancaster Fair VMS t t41 currying PlY I I I 219 insure to- 1 r rr O rrr YrlIl Y rrl I hordes I f at the VV B BURTONIII K- rE 7 LANCASTER I OMMMMIMi Season of 191O Wilkes Boy at 8 00 Napoleon 3rd at 2000 for jennet and 1000 for mare John Morgan Jr at 1000 3 other good Jacks at 800 a piece They will all stand at my barn 1 mile south of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster turnpike Phone 138G T O HILL Buckeye Old Fashion Corn Meal is made on genuine French Burs from Sound Clean CornT- he life of the Meal is not burnt out in the grind ing and is guaranteed to give satisfaction Creamery Butteri- s made from pure cream by modern methods and is the best that money can buy If grocer does not handle Creamery Butter or Old Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give you the name of one who does Henley V Bastin at the Creamery 1 I I l I I I Jl rz s s s SlJ I I s s I i I i i i G II Iyour G iR S I I s IG S S S S1JSJts s s tlS S S SStlStSS SStl f oooee e SSSoSaSwSSI SSeowavooSooc- eI o o puuaooaovvowoooooaooeeooo4oo- oeooHflttrSir l itrHfr RR i H H appreciate H H R1S K R n R H 1y R r MLWm BURNETT Ptwsican and Surgeon Office over Logans store Besidence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers QUALITY Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE 23 11 Farms on low Commission TttUftktetncted Phone 221 11 I Ware i vt McRoberts 7 J E Robinson UWYEl art COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Or J 6 Kinnaird Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 Farm and Stock Robert Burnside sold mare to Mr Terrell Layton for 180 V A Lear bought forty hogs from Walter Walker of for July delivery at 8 Cattle do not relish eating after pins and colts are apt to iljure bog by chasing them Some men whip their horses because they are In a bad frame of mind The man who always talks to his horse as if it were a man will never talk to any man as if he were a brute R B 500 head of sheep for shipment at the old Paris Ky Fair grounns when dogs got among them and killed fifty tread What this country needs is more poultry keepers The call is not large establishments but for good zed flocks of pure bred fowls on every farm The general farmer is the mar vho ought to make money out of oultry A public sale of C F Hunts Hoi stein made at Syracuse N Y April 1821st when 294 head made an average o S197 In the number were 17 young calves One bull went to 1000 Lynn Arnett of Nichulasyille ship ped to a party at Nashville Tenn a pair of Buff Wyandottes for which he received 17 lie has about 175 little chicks having lost but three this sea son Kicholasville Journal When the hogs get to gnawing the woodwork of their pens you may be sure they need something different to gnaw from what you are feeding them Look into it and see if you are giving them variety enough Mr J T Conn of this county bought of E H Ritchie his farm near Wilmore Jessamine county for 10 000 We are sorry to give Mr Conn up as he if one of our oldest and most substantial farmers A horse is not benefitted by expos ure to storms but it breathes in health and vigor with the clean fresh air of a bright day From the foal to the old work horse the open field is the bast resort the ordinary farm affords whenever idleness is imperative The vheat crop has been greatly damaged by freezes frosts and the dry weather of March the lowest con servative estimate i that there will be but 75 per cent of a crop and in many places but 50 par cent Being thus weakened scab will be likely to be prevalent and the damage cannot be ascertained until the crop is thrash A great many people will not stick long enough to one breed to know best how to out its good qual ties Or they are divided up among so many breeds that they do not with any and finally conclude all they have are no good or that the whole chicken business is a failure anyhow It estimated that the strawberry crop in the Bust Tennessee berry dis trict will reach from 600 to 700 acres This estimate covers the section from Chattanooga to Earn man and the Knoxville and Nurth Georgia points The acreage shows considerable over last season being estimated at 1200 acres The cool weather has retarded but not materially injured the crop The frost alas injured the peach crop from 25 to 50 per cent Our farm produce scarcity and high cost is not due to too small an area cultivated but too small crops on big areas While this is true of grain bay and vegetable crops it is also true of stock raising We find large farms with twenty to forty cows that can be madewith the silo and proper silage crops to support two and three times that number increasing at the cost of a few hundred dollars cash income from the capital and labor in vested in dairying several hundred per cent over the present profits and at the same time enhancing the of the land by increasing its fertility As a farmer have you tried this the increased for and price of dairy products a II utcbcraCt held fo cattle I ed bring I Lincoln themselves succeed increase the value with demand General News Ehvard C Layton of Shelbvvillp attempted to commit suicide at Los Angflese Cal by cutting his wrists and throat Despondency was the cause Kiiig George sent a message to Prrs iftent thanking him for his cable gram of condolence on the death of iris father and for his good wishes for the new reign The Senate Committeeon Privieges and Elections voted t report the can paign publicity bill It was amended so as not to require publication in ad vance of elections Viking fell with A lotions Forbes of New York h Ider of the Lahm cup and J C Yates York astronomer near Glasgow Tuesday afternoon Col C Winn Courts died Monday at FTopkinsville after a long illness from Brights disease He was prominently connected with financial interests in Southern Kentucky for years Eight hundred bodies have been ta ken from the ruins of houses at Carta go Costa Rica as a result of earth quake It is estimated the dead will be over 1500 Mr Leslie Carter the actress who became ill in Cleveland several days ago left that place for Dayton 0 where she will stay at the home of her mother until fully recovered The men were unconscious when found ana when revived only Forbes could gve his last name The men were identified by telegraph They were seeking to make a new longdis tance record Criminal lawyers throughout the country are much agitated over a de cision of the Supreme Court of the United States which holds that pun ishment meted out to criminals must be proportionate to the offense It is beieved that a tluod of requests for release will be caused thereby corning from prisoners sent to the penitentiary by the Federal courts An explosi in wrecked the plant ol the General Explosives Company neal Hull Quebec Tuesdaykilled between ten and fifteen persons and injured scores The hospitals are filled with tie injured A crowd from a nearby baseball field swarmed about the works when a fire broke out and were caught bv a terrific blast which wrecked the plantSo badly decomposed and bloated were some of the bodies taken from the Palos Ala mine that it was im possible to put them in the coffins which had been ordered More bodies were Tumid iu the afternoon huddled together with coats about their fa ces The work of rescue will continue for several days In order to expediate the tabulation of the census Bureau at leased two additional buildings to accomodate an extra working force of 3000 persons The employes will and night and an announcement a as to the population of cities is ex 1 pected iti a few weeks President has canceled his en gagement to address the labor depart ment of the Presbyterian General As sembly at Atlantic City May 21 and 22 Unless Congress makes more headway the President may jilso cancel his Cen tral West trip scheduled early in June Lieut Ctrl Robert Crombie Irvine U S A retired died at Detroit of heart disease He was born at S John N B in 1851 was appointed to the army by President Hayes and himself in a campaign against a Sioux Indian uprising in 188081 The Latonia Racing Association paid its back assessments of nearly to the State Racing Commission and was granted a license for its beginning June 6 The license is conditioned upon the restoration at the track of the Pars mutual and auction pool systems of betling Nearly 50000 people saw the Ten lessee horse Donau the favorite win the thirtysixth Kentucky Derby at Churchill Dwns Tuesday afternoon in the time of 206 25 within three twentieths of a second of the record Donau won by half a length with Joe Morris second and Fighting Bob third The crowd wasthe largest that attended a derby The paid are said to have been about 25 j i I I Taft j The ball ton a- New I Washington- ha workday raft 2000 admissions I I distinguished meeting ever Above is a fair likeness of Nabolh Jr Owned by V B Barton I rItINLRL 000 and nearly as many more people were in the free ilild A candidate for the United States Senate can be voted upon in a primarv election as a recommendation to the State Legislature according to a de cision at Columbus 0 by Judge in Common Picas Court who re fused an application to restrain the lacing of United States Senator Charles Dicks name upon the mary bl ot Mayor Gaynor of New York b tarot a censor of the stage As a re suit one of the biggest theaters in Broadway is closed for an indefinite period The people of this city have had enough of false theaters Use Major wrote to Police Commissioner Baker who acting under the Moyors orders refused to renew the license for the theater FARMERS COLUMN space below this heading is for the exclu slue use of our farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver tise Xo notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only in two issues of the RECORD free of For sale a strictly firstclass Jersey cow with heifer calf J W Woods Miirksbury Ky Telephone 363 y For Sale 27 head of 500 pound cat j tie W EMis For sows and pigs also a tine young bull J II Thompson Preachersville Ky For Sale three good young Jersey milk cows fresh and giving lots of milk W W Owsley For Sale G fresh milk cows G A Swinebroad Cedar posts any length UD to 30 ft Also 59 white oak logs S IS Morford Little Hickman Ky I LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Slap 11 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 7Sj 2090 1X Shipments J102 CATTLE Shippers r 7S Butcher steers extra 7 i5 Good to choice 6 50 7 10 Common to fair 4 506 35 Heifers extra 7 25 Good to choice G 50 7 10 Common to fair 3 50 C 25 J Cows extra fi 2o J5 Good to choice 5 M t 15 Common to fair 2 755 40 Canners 2 50S 0 Bulls balogiias 5 G 15 Extra 6 25 Fat bulls 5 75 C 25 CALVES extra s 25 7 2T S 25 Common and large 5 CO 7 00 HOGS good packers and butchers D 75 i SO Mixtd packers l 7X39 0 Stags C 7i3 25 Common to choice heavy fat sows 7 9 GO Light shippers a 75 9 S5 Pigs 110 Ibs and less S 7 SHEEP extra Good to choice 5 S3tCommon to fair 3 7T5 75 extra Good to choice 7 isr S l Common to hair 5 50 7 U ILmmoth King No 1834 My great Tennessee Jack A black jack with white points full 16 hands under standard foaled May 281105 weighing over 1000 pounds in moderate flesh He will not go to Lin coin county reported but will make the 1910 season at my barn 2k miles from Paint Lick and onefourth mile from Manse on tb Richmond and Lan caster turnpike at 1000 for mares and 20 for jennets to insure living colts Mammoth Kings measurements are 34i inches from tip of nose to top of head inches from tip to tip 121 inches from tip of to rout of taU 68 inch girth 22J inch forearm 18J inch knee 1QJ inch below knee at smallest place 19 inch hock 16 inch around hoot at hair Will also stand a five gaited regis tered saddle stallion 15 hands higb will furnish breeding and particulars laterCare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Money due when mare or jennets or parted with or bred to other stock Grass furnished at 200 per month for mares or jennets from adis tance Phone in residence Burdett Ramsey I Babcock pr I i Sale2 I good 40 riO Fair to good I I 2 I S as 3414 nose I i I t o000oooooaoooooc oo00oooooaoso ooooooooooaooooaooooo0000ooo oao change ig 7 f LAMES 2 traded i Go easy the colt In spring Sunflower seed is good for poultry Draughts and ventilation are two different things A milk producing ration Is neces sary for the brood sow Vegetable manure muck rotten turf wood soil ashes etc is the best Nutritious roughage rich in protein is valuable for the sow before far Pumpkins corn meal and bran make a fairly good combination in the fall Incubator and brooder are abso lutely essential to profitable early chick raising Its not enough to know that a cow is profitable You must know how profitable she is Experience and good judgment must guide the practical dairyman in his work of feeding Many a field of corn has been husked by the hogs this year Its a good plan when you can afford it Do you think the oleo makers would sell their product for what It is if they could make the people believe it was butterPoultry yards should have shade for chickens during the summer If your hens do not have shade plant trees for this purpose Early chickens to sell as broilers usually meet a good demand and bring a paying price as they have to be fed only for a comparatively short time Many boys and girls leave the farm simply because they save no money to spend Start them in the poultry busi ness and let them earn their own Sweet corn should not be planted too early It requires a warm soil it seldom germinates well when plant ed too early Plant about the time field corn is planted There is little need of a meat if your farm furnishes plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables Inci dentally a few pigs might be raised to furnish you meat Money invested in sheep will nearly double itself in one year since the fleece will pay for the feed and care of the sheep and the lambs often two per ewe are the profit You may not think it but being regular in milking is the means of making at least 15 per cent more from your cows Cows milked at any old time dry up much quicker COUCH AMD CURE THE LUNGS WITH Or Kings New rowing Idaily money boycott KILLTHE DiscovelJ with FOR cOUCHS OLDS PRICE 50s 1001 Trial BatUe Free GTAJAjmsED SASISFACTOE- OS MONEY KEiUNDED R E McRoherts Drug Store POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for 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 WSEmbry S L Rich Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Mrs Rebecca West E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold W G Anderson H CHamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn G Pilgrimage Tobaco AND All THROAT AND LUNGTROURLES i Sweeney- Z T Rica JilS Sutton E J G Conn- J Clark S Mrs Cow LOOK AND LISTEN If you want Poiiteness CIeanessGooii SHAVES and HAIR CUTS go to HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street 25 years of experience Office Hours Office over 8 am to 12 1 pm to 1 Stormes Drug Store DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky H J County Surveyor Office over F G Hurts store Lancaster Kentucky NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY TST T Auctioned-LOWELL KENTUCKY- Get him to cry your sales Best of references OIJJcI CARDS t omu B F AIi f TIN LY a29r furniture I Ed G CEI I KING 8 oaooeaaoo W f PHONE Gaines IINSlJ1ZA r E K Morrow Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed J M K Denny t t t DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J DentistAll Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Annie Rooney 4104 Peavine Rex Peavine ITlMiDaisy 2ud 29peavlnfc8a1 PATRICK Kentucky 85 t 1119tf I CHESTUND 3173Vol7 pike CKESTI VND is a chestnut coming 6 hands A good flit bone and foot 1as finish and action second to no gorse in Kentucky His first colts are coming yearlings and are equal to any houses produce Show finish size color and action Crestland is by Rex Peavine 1796 Dam Annie Rooney 4104 2nd dam Powells Drenon he by Brinkers Drenon 1600 Will serve mares at to Insure a Living Colt Money due when fact is known or mare parted with Mares bred to an other horse or Jack without my I claim my fee Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day Gram fed at reasonable rate it desiredCare to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should ayoccur Lien retained on colt for fee Come and see this horse before you breed RespectfullyWC PAINT I CKKT Phone 425 Rings P L Exchange I myIl Paint Lick 5 40 consent service I t a 3 l