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The Lan of lou THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 20 1910 NUMBER 6 TWENTY FIRST YEAR From L7 I 1rorfi The Land 2aiv f n m Mr Farmer We flre Your Friend BECAUSEWe offering you the best line of Implements the makers afford We will sell you the best BUGGY for the least money BECAUSE We help you out of trouble when you are broken down VItf CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky 3 I g I BECAUSE SII fi I i J r f I The more you believe in yourself the more others will believe in you The man who has no confidence in himself will not inspire confidence in anybody Cards have been received here an noucing the arrival of little Miss at the nome of Mr and Mrs J Vincent Arnoid at Birmingham Ala Hughes Swinebroad sold for M G Aldridge a farm of 100 acre 4i miles from town to Joel Marsee and Son Noah Jr at 7000 per acre Nell Johnson was hostess at a 6 oclock dinner Friday evening for the young people who are to take part in the play she will give here soon Elder F M Tinder held a series of meetings this week at West Point school house beginning Monday night and continuing through tonight The first step in the control of mind over body Learn to think with every atom and every cell in the body and and cell will respond to your direction and desire exchange says there are two reasons some people dont mind their own business One is that they havent any mind and the other is that they havent anv business Depend only upon yourself and work in harmony with all things Thus you call forth the beta that is in yourself and at the same time secure the best that external sources give j Aim to be all that you are and aim j to give the whole of yourself to your every thought word and action This is how you become a highly individuality and a powerful personalityMrs Moss entertained at a 6 oclock dinner Sunday evening in honor of her young visitor Miss Helen Jenkins of Virginia The dinner was served in courses and was greatly enjoyed bv the guests Business Enterprise We publish in this issue the con tents of a new catalogue which this office has just gotten out 500 Hughes Swinebroad It is conceded that these gentlemen in their have and are doing a great deal for Lancaster and Garrard county and they will receive the support of our progressive in so much as their efforts have immigration thereby the value of real estate and in the end increasing the County and increasing business gener ally D r I r Arnold r r r Miss t r r r I Friday t rAn why r I r I I r r l r r r t r r f copiesfor r r r ci izens r enhancing f Revenue i everc atom developed S progressiveness cordial I encouraged j H S ChS a3fc ChS MAKE US PROVE IT 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 ter values than someone else make him show you what he will give you for a given sum then come here 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 We expect every man 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 best for you to buy we expect to clothe you On 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 r I TO YOU I I I iE ii i i- j i i i j 1 t i J I i H I 7 r J if M A 0 tt o tti andoo O i suitltd lie i o L I 101 010 0 01- c 7 t rj w h- Y The new machinery is now in oper ation on the Lexington road and doing its work nicely Mr Billy Gooch and Squire Bourne are working like Trojans and are very much pleas ed with the work of the road machi I nery Mr and Mrs Shelby Tribble are congratulations on the arrival of the littla visitor which recently came to gladden their home at Hard man Tenn Mr Tribble was with the CENTRAL RECORD force under Editor Louis Landram A strawberry and ice cream supper was given by the congregation of the Forks church Tuesday night A large crowd was in attendance and quite a nice sum was realized The refreshments were delightful and cer tainly enjoyed by all who were there Traction Line completed The Central Kentucky Traction Railway started a fourhour schedule of passenger cars on May llth between Nicholasville and Lexington and the twelve miles are covered in about one hour Cars leave Nicholaivilie about 10 a m and 2 and 6 p m for the but as soon as the terminal sta tion is established the cars will run every hour and will make the time in 45 minutes Base Ball The Lancaster Independents will play Wilmore Friday May 20 A large crowd witnessed the game between the Ky State Dummies and Lancaster last Eridav The score was 3 to 1 in favor of the visiting team however both sides played good ball and not a score was made until the 6th inning Edwards pitched a tine game for Lancaster and was back ed by the entire team Uncle Billy got his annual twobagger and Arthur Joseph made a fine catch at second Big Cattle Deal One of the largest cattle sales made in the Blue Grass for nearly a year was made last week when six hundred the property of Jonas and Si mon Well of Fayette and Messrs I Duckwortb of Nicholasville and Mr Ruble of this county were sold to N Lehman of Baltimore for 50000 The cattle have been kept at the Curley distillery near Nicholasvile and were bought for June delivery At the time they are delivered they will weigh on an average of about 1200 pounds King George V is predicted by those who seem to have the authority to know that the court of King George and Queen Mary will differ very materially fromthatof their predecessors King Edward and Queen Alexandra whose reign after that of the austere reign of Victoria was noted for its brilliancy and the additional KicglV pomp and glory Little is known of King George and it is a mere matter of speculation in regard to the kind of court that he will establish However it is said of him that be lacks the geniality that made his father so popular with the rulers of the world that he is unpre tentious in manner retiring in disposi tion and possesses in his wife and queen a congenial spirit she being more intered in philanthropy and the church than in the ceremony of office Goes To Harrodsburg Prof S H leaves on June 4th for Harrodsburg where u8 Has been elected Principal of the Harrodsburg Graded School Our people regret to lose Prof Nickell and bis estimable wife for they have made friends of in our little city during their stay here The people of Har rodsburg are indeed fortunate in securing such an honorable intelegent and capable Profe3sor and we are sure that the Harrodsburg school will prosper and be all that it should be with Prof Nikell as Principal For the past three years he has taught here and his services have been satisfactory and he leaves with the good will of every man woman and child who have had the pleasure of his acquaintance We wish him unbound success in his new field and to the people of Harrodsburg we will say that it would be hard ta find a better man for Principal of your school than Prof S H Nickell Keep It Up The following gentlemen will have cement walks built in front of their residences Messrs E W Morrow F S Hughes R H Tomlmson T B Walker W J Romans J E Stormes Judge A D Ford Johnson Price J R and Sam Haselden Mr Crawford from Somerset has the contracts and will complete them in a short time so if the enterprising people of the town desire to have a walk built now is the time to see Mr Crawford You can find him most any time by telephoning the Simpson house Those gentlemen who are having the walks built claim that their will be more valuable with the walks We hope to see every street in town catch this cement walk fever We believe that the council will get busy next time they get together and decide to have walks around the pub lie square The time was set for a call meeting to vote on this question but the telephone franchise broke up the meeting before the walk ordinance came up on Mr Councilmen and decide the walk question is It NiCk everyone property Hurry ii Ok receiving present cattle e1i entirely business cement A Y I A delegation composed of twenty two business men of Utica N Y arrived in Louisville Tuesday over the new trolley line They were received by a committee of the Board of Trade and show every possible courtesy by the business men of the city In return the visitors spread an elaborate banquet to their hosts at the Seelbach and good fellowship prevailed This is the longest trolley trip ever made in this country it being a distance of two thousand miles to Louisville and return Land Sales Elder F M Tinder sold his hand some residence and farm of 128 acres on the Lexington pike to Mr Smith Thompson at 120 per acre Mr John W Woods sold his fine farm of 135 acres near Marksbury to Mr John M Sanders at per acre Elder Tinder will move to town and we hope that Mr John Woods will continue to live in our mid t as the county cannot afford to lose such good Voted Phonss Out The Stanford council passed an last week imposing a penalry of 10000 a day upon all corprations which conduct business in the town without a franchise The Stanford people claim that the East Teun Tel Co has no franchise in Stanford while the Telephone Co claims that it has The courts will probaly be called on to decide the question The trouble arose about the price of the phones The Council demanded that the tele phone votes be placed upon the uni from bases of 2 and while the tele phone Co wanted to charge all new Subscribers 2 75 and for business and residence phones respectively The Conclave The annual meeting of the Grand commandry Kentucky was held in Winchester this week Knight Tem plars from all over state attended Winchester made great preperations for the occasion and from Tuesday un til Friday the conclave and its doing were tie principal events in the city and the visitors were made to feel glad that they were there On Thurs day night the dance takes place and the Knights will trip the light Fan tastic untiJl the break of day The fjiowing attended from Lan caster Mr Joe and J R Haselden F P Frisbie J W Sweeney W B Mason Henry Simpson G S Greenleaf and J Mort Roth well Dr Hyde Guilty It is claimed by one of the jurors in the case that Dr B Clarke Hyde who was convicted on May 16th to life im prisonment for murder of Col Swope owes his conviction to his own testi mony on the witness stand Dr Hyde has been under suspicion in connection with the illness and the deaths in the Swope household ever since the death of Col Thomas H Swope the millionaire philanthropist on December 5th 1909 The death of Col Swope followed soon after he had suffered a severe convulsion The convulsion it is claimed by the Swope family followed immediately after Col Swope had ta ken a capsule administered by Dr Hyde claiming it was for indigestion but it was proven at trial to have been cyanide of potassium in five grain capsules Also the analysis of the liver of Col Swope resulted in the finding of 5266 of a grain of by Chicago chemist after this in vestigation c e coroner summoned a jury which i of poisoning administered by DrT flyde At once a warrant was issued and Dr Hyde arrested and convicted In all Dr Hyde was indicted on eleven counts the remaining indict ment charging him with trying to murder members of the Swope family by introducing typhoid germs and poison into medicines administered by him Anti Saloon League Last Sunday was Anti Saloon League day in Lancaster Previous had been made by which repre sentatives of the League should occupy the diferent pulpits of the city Elder Buckinham who has become popular during his past visits to us spoke at the Christian church and Elder Eldolph addressed the people of the Baptist church A union ser vice was held in the evening at the Presbyterian church at which time both visiting ministers and the minis ters of the town took part and gave interesting talks The Anti Saloon League has many friends and in our county where the temper ance cause is popular A very satisfac tory subscription was secured and much interest manifested The Anti Saloon League is a non political organization and its purpose is to rid the country of sales use and consumption of intoxicating liquors Its friends and supporters are of all political faith Its represen tatives are urging both of the great parties to nominate candidates for legislative positions who are opposed to the liquor business The present plan is to secure the passage of the County UnitBill by the next While the acts of some persons who may have been connected with this organization did not meet the approval of all yet purposes and aims of it are and great things for the welfare of the people are being accomplished through its work i 12250 men 1 165 the j decided i b x ordinance strychnine died arrangements supporters Legislature commendable S i I CULTIVATORS THAT CULTIVATES THE yy8 Genuine Malta Double Shovel Plows HASELDEN BROS GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery DO YOU Want Any Work Done We are prepared to fix you up If Steam and Hot Water X Heating Guttering Roofing and Repairing X We appreciate your patronage 1 McCarthy Doty Tin and Plumbing Shop O Zrr lJ r1CI i arUVo I f I i t I I BROWN MANlY I 9ISj I S i i I i t z z S i OOC ooOOOOOc I I 1 I I I x- I I fl- I F SAdkra SSz afSiiilSz k ooooooooo H rr1lW1ooooooo I ooooo The finest and best line of AND Driving Wagons ever brought to this market Prices low No trouble to show goods W J ROMANS I Buggies Surnes Phaetons I I I I 0 r A 8 7 r r r CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR From The Land Of Nov GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr Entered at the Past Gtttr in IjtuictMrr Ky SccfatdCiatt Mail Knltfr Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky May 20 1910 Rates For Political Announcements- For Prc cinct and City Offices 500 Fur County Offices 1000 F r Stole and District Ollices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in I he of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS We to announce Lion Hatvey Helm a candidate to succeed himself in Congress subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Pardoning Criminal There is more than a suspicion that a strong tendency exists not only in this State but elsewhere toward a looseness and leniency in the matter of pardoning criminals The maudlin expressed by women and by some men toward cri minals or those accused of some hei nous crime is usually considered as the manifestation of an abnormal sentiment which verges on hysteria but there is an illogical and mistaken leniency toward criminals suffering long terms of inpiisonment expressed by usually of wellbalanced minds A man who a coldbloodeu murder and is sentenced to imprisot ment for life should not be pardoned He may have a good record as a pii oner be may even have honestly and repented of his crime and ii may be conceded for the sake of that he would no longer be a menace to the community if allowed to go at large but the argument against his release is based upon grounds which are not affected by these facts The purpose of punishment for crime should never be for motives of revenge it should be based upon two grounds and two only tie of subsequent criminal acts upon of the criminal himstlf and its deterrent t ffrct upon others Now it does not require any labored argument to show that this effect in the lat r insi uce Js seriously weak ened when a practice is made of criminals and sped lily in the case of those serving a life A man who commits coldblooded murder deliberattly puts himself out side the pale of human sympathy be should not be treated with cruelty or unkindness but he should expiate either by death or by life inprison ment release from which should be hopeless the results of his crime The strongest argument in our mind the only argument which can be regarded as even partially tenable in favor of capital punishment exists in the fact that the frequent misuse of the pardoiiing power serves to min imize the dread of punishment on the part of the prospective crimina1 Fearing not immediate death even if discovered and convicted and rely ing upon the probability of pardon after a few years he takes chances which he would be disinclined to take if he knew that life imprisonment in realityThe of a law to the ef feet that men convicted of murder in the first degree should not be pardon ed under any circumstances would be futile since subsequent legislatures would be able to appeal it but if pub lic sentiment was sufficiently aroused and expressed with unhesitating firm ness and clearness weakkneed exec utives and careless legislative bodies would cease turning loose upcn the community men who con crime only God can forgive and o the in fluence upon the quasi criminal class which is one of the chief purposes of punishment The Wonders of Electricity The present generation having grown up among all the wonders of electricity fail to realize that it has become Natures greatest force From a puny and insignificant begin fling it has become a necessary factor in modern industrial and social life No one could have been made to be Ijeve that this once feeble force would be so increased that oy its means night would be turned Into day and the darkness of our great ci ies would be dispelled with a light that would rival the sun Ag in by this immense power we send messages thousands of miles as easily as we can signal across a room and should we be sick or injured our physician can see and photograph each bone in our body and evan watch the movement ofour heart or any other organ of our body Beginning with the simple phenom ena of the lodestone and life rubber amber the progress of electricity reads like a fair story Frictional electricity was the first known form of electric manifestation except lightning then came tele graphy the arc light the dynamo the electric motor and the telephone and electric railways The latest uses of electricity wireless telephony wireless telegraphy will scon he abreast and the two will be of equal value in the worlds progress Tbere te hardly a single field of to t are luthorz d men commis the pact have been weakening d rT a f d I ar r ands t interest sympathy 1 sincerely argument prevention pardoning sentence 4 r FfTof The which r man endeavor that has not been bene developed and built up through the force of electricity Through electricity the and woman of the city can and telegraph to every of the country the farmer isolated at times from the pupul ited cities by great distances has a telephone ever handy so today we think of farmer as the the bright wideawake and up todate producer instead of the poor Ignorant man of years ago Shut off every bit of electricity for one day and the greater part of the industries of the world and even the social life will come to a practical stand 1 umber to a great central station where current is si H for use in commercial enterprises and the home tu running cars and pas trains to operate great presses and machinery to great modern In candescent elect ic light bulbs these indeed are great So we see from a small beginning electricity now has risen to unlimited power even capable of doing the work of ten thousand horses Much speculation has existed among the astronomers and the learned men generally as to the effect that Rallys comet would have on the earth Some suggested that there would be a show er of meteors others that direful re suIts would follow from the poisonous gass given off in its transit and stilt othern reared u complete annihilation of this terestial sphere but the strange visitor has come and gone leaving us to reflectGods in his heaven Alls right with the world It is a very unusual occurance for the earth to pass thru a comets tail as we did on M jy 18th but is not altogether a new experience however these same conditions never existed before that is the the comet and the sun to be in line with each other We have the record that iu 1819 the earth passed thru the comets tail and in 18G1 was 300000 miles deep in the tail of the comet that then made its appearance yet no bad results fol lowed that were worthy of remem branceSome have attributed the unprece dented weather of May to this strange celes iil travler coming we know not from whence and going we know not whither and it does not seem improb able from a scientific point of view Like a great many visitors it brings cloud and gloomy weather and in speeding the parting guest we hope for fairer and brighter days For The People And The Party An inquiry having been made to the Democratic news papers of the county as to who they preferred to have for the candidate for president in 1912 quire a majority of those an svei ing were for Mr William J Bryan In order thatrthose who have oppos ed him in the past and those who have so endeavored to make him president in selecting if possible a standard bearer satisfactory to all democrats Mr Bryan tells the public now that he will not again be a or accept a nomination for dent Everybody knows that his am bition to be in the White House has been intense but that devotion the principles of government which he believed to be in the interest of the masses has never abated in the least to accomplish his lifes hope He also declares that his interest in public af fairs will be as constant as heretofore and that through the agencies of the Democratic party he will strive to aid the people All true men who have watched the career of this remarkable man will be in accord with the senti ment in this statement from him You may dispute whether I have aught a good fight you may dispute whether I have finished my course but you can not deny that I have kept the faith The true sol ut ion Gf the marriage and divojcee question lies with the than with the It is more a matter for educa tion and training than of legislation The girl whose early education ha heen gained on the street whose sel fishness has been gratified at the ex pense of her parents and whose prepa ration for marriage has lacked an ac quaintance with the common duties of the homekeeper is a standing can didate for the divorce court The young man who bar grown up without responsibility who has wasted his youth and pawned his manhood to idle and dissolute habits is another The ministers who are asking the State to prevent divorce and repress marriage have their responsibi ity in these cases many of whom who have been of their flock and under their spirit ual supervision The parents are mostly responsible for the negligence and mistaken kindness that unfits children for the duties of life Good fathers usually train good husbands and good mothers usually produce good wives Like prohibition the question of marriage and divorce seems to rest more upon the early training of the individual than with the law Educate not legislate is the motto for the reformer The Law Enforced In the conviction of Dr Hyde for the murder of Col Swope the people are given renewed confidence in the work of the courts A great majority of the people vbohave kept in touch with the evidence produced upon the tail of this unusual case will consider the imprisonment Hyde for life a very righteous verdict Every thing that money influence and able coun sel could do was used to free the ac cubed but In the face of all justice 4 fitted the st i From the spark of the lodestone and erectile ell er peni tan tly pre i t smore t- e r businessman telephone corner street earth buried candidate u4v legislatures r J has been meted out Sometimes the crime iJ sb shocking ly cruel with circumstantial evidence alone upon which to base a conclusion that twelve men can hardly agree up on the guilt of the criminal but in this case it seems that the jury though often moved to tears by the tender words of the lawyers made intelligent and conscientious effort to actertain the truth out of all the mass of evi dence before them and after many hours of deliberation reached a of guilty The results of tjis trial should be a shining example to wrongdoers of the world that no matter how well planned the criminal act nor how deeply shrouded the mystery of the crime their sins will find hem out The Story of Judge Balls Death The Ilarrodsburir Herald letter front Ralph Goddard a former Ilarrodsbtirg citzjn who was with Judge Bel when the Litter was killed in thestreet car wreck at Seattle Mr Goddard describes the horrible accident as follows Our party with Judge and Mrs Bell were entertained at dinner by Judge Saulsherrv a former Kentuckian In true Ken tucky spirit Judge Saulsberry arrang ed for us all to go out together in the middle of the afternoon Mrs Goddard and 1 taking along our twoyearold boy and 11yearold Jujia Lee Roches ter whose father is also a Kentuckian having been born and reared at Mil rose the Granville Cecil home near Danville The trip out was enjoyed by all and after a most repast the evening spent was an ideal one indulging ourselves to the fullest iu Kentucky reminiscences At 10 oclock we took the car for homeOn account of the chill of the eve fling and from the fact that our baby was asleep in Mrs Goddards arms we ail settled ourselves on the very fore most seat of the car that we might avoid the draft which would natural ly strike us ia the middle or rear where windows and doors were being opened My recollection is that we bad traveled probably 10 or 15 min utes and had come to a stop at Or chard Beach the first statiou beyond where they were unloading passen gers I can just remember heating a noise in front that seemed to chill the very marrow in my backbone and then I raised my eyes and saw that another car was crowding in upon I Of course we were dazed and if i word was said I have no recollection of it Con and I were sitting with our faces practically against the front glass Mrs Goddard the little girl and our baby on the front seat across the aisle with Mrs Bell im mediately behind Mrs Goddard We must have attempted to arise in our seats the crash came after which I knew nothing whatever until we were about to be unloaded at the Emergency Hospital in Seattle two hours later My first recollection of anything pertaining to the event is that of our precious boy hanging to my neck begging and almost convul rive and eeing Mrs Goddard Mrs Bell ancFotbers stretched about the floor around me also a quiet little form on a bench across the aisle Which they told me was our little guest of the evening I was dazed having been knocked unconscious from the fall which I received in the beginning I must have lapsed into insensibility again and knew nothing further until 1 awakened on a cot in the hospital and had presence of mind sufficient inquire for Con They told me that he was on the cot beside me and his piteous moans and wails could be heard over the entire build ing Just about that time the cot was wheeled away from me and I again hst consciousness Upon my next query they simply told me that death had come on th operating table About air hour after this which rgs probably 3 oclock in the morning the little girl breathed her last One particularly queer feature I am informed is that Con had no mark of mutilation upon him save the fracture at the base of the brain This proves to my mind that both he and I must have half risen in our seats and by force of the impact were thrown entirely beyond reach of the oncoming train When I tell you that the train was a runaway freight with probably several hundred tons of coal making speed anywhere from 50 to 75 miles an hour down grade you can readily imagine the result to thosa seated in the front end of the car being struck The little Rochester girl seated with Mis Goddard had both legs broken and was simply a mangled bit of human flesh and bones Mrs Bell is doing as well as could be expected She like me received no broken bones but was simply bruised over the entire body Our little boy sustained only a sprained ankle r verdict I prints a thoroughly Rochester hen to delightful Coal FOR SALE Cheap For Cash or Produce Fresh Clean Eggs 1 6to 1 6ic Hens 1 1 to 1 2c Ducks 10 to nets Geese 4 to Sets Turkeys 10 to lacts Just received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot IB Nortlicott1 cu y Miss Julia McGoodwin Queen of the Danville Carnival The Central University Carnival is the attraction of the week at Danville It begins Thursday night with the presentation of the fasciria it g comedy Out of Town One of the tmlling features will be the balloon on Friday afternoon followed by a dance Friday night at the Rink The grand parade of the floats will begin Saturday afternoon at one oclock followed by a baseball game between Central Univerity and Georgetown festivities will end Saturday night at the college campus when Miss Julia McGoodwin one of Danvilles most popular young ladies will be crowned Queen of the Carnival ascension t I KENTUCKY SITUATION ON TUBERCULOSIS Kentucky has about 6500 deaths annually from Tuberculasis and it is estimated that that there are about 20000 consumptives in our State to dayHospital provision is made for only about 125 cases in tne whole State and most of these are in Jefferson County The Kentucky Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis with headquarers in Louisville is about to start an active campaign against this White Plague in every section of the State It is aimed that every county shall have adequate Sanatoria or Hospital provision to care for all cases of Tuberculosis thus preventing further infectionIt that the people of Ken tucky will lend tbi Associati m ever aid to make Kentucky one of the fore most States in protecting the health of its people Further information can be secured by writing to the Executive Secretary Eugene Kerrier at 215 East Walnut S Louisville j BY K AV S Bonnie Billie Burton Of Lancaster Ky The one best bet of the saddle horse exhibitorsGet ertries for todays races and dont fail to place a juicy bunch on Bonnie Billie In the maiden classesHe a world of speed works well in company and in his early morning trials with Miss Innocence a stable I I Listen 1 ocs like the fastest and I gamest green one that will face the feminine starter this year And aside from a l these virgin he always has one of the best stables of good stuff on hand of horses and saddle specimens and last month sold a high class load of representative Kentucky types in Richmond Va I Rport has it that he is contempla ting the purchase of a big lazy limou sine of the Rambler make and will automobile his way through the hearts and fancies of his feminine friends in the festive future he is a hard worker in any line of endeavor and endearment and a conscientious counselor for the Y M C A Kentucky Fair Dates Madison vilie July IS 5 days Henderson July 25 5 days LANCASTER July days Versailles days Danville August days Lexington August 8 6 days Taylorsville August 9 4 days TJtiiontowu August days IJarrodsburg August 9 1 days Vancebury August 10 days Lavvrenceburg August days Shepherdsville August days Broadhead August days Ewing August 17 4 days Shelby ville August 23 1 days London August 23 4 days Erlanger August days Nicholasville August 30 3 days Fern Creek August days Hardinsburg August 30 3 days Kentucky Fair Louisville September 12 6 days 273 August 34 33 95 I 164 173 173 244 304 151 virtues consisting State ICE ICE ICE Summer is almost here and we want to make an ICE con tract with you for the season Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds A call will convince you J P PratherSon CLOTHING For Hi BOYS We ask the parents to bring the boys to our store for their NEW CLOTHES We are showing some splendid values that we guarantee to give good service We have se wj 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 goods whether you come to buy or merely to investigate Jas W Smith I IIIi4tIIIIZilltl tltltlliIIIIIIIIIZltllll i i I i JIJ fejr Y I I I jriJ I rriI fffiril J1fiiPri1fiii J 4 3 1 t 1 J t a i i t J t1 rrr POINTTO A Deposit DR in the Garrard Bank and you will point out a man who doesnt have t He awake at rijrht wondering if his money iisafe does he keep log if that last remittance has gone astray He knows the Qarrord Bank Trust Cot is tne safest place for his money and that the loss or destruction of a check does not mean a loss of money Do you pay by check Neither worm 1 BUY 7 4 1 i 1 r J I RUGSllr PROM Lancaster 7 Kentucky i EverythIng for the r o h A d rOh W FURNITURE F- Carpets GIIURT t Home K n f 1X Mr M F Ruut Lexington has been vltiting his sister Mrs Lallie Fox M G Aldridge sold 100 acres of im proved lands in the west side of the branch 10 Joel Marcee fur per acre Mr Joe Bryant has been lame for several days the iff ts of a nail wound M r N P Cobb and son Robert bavi returned from a visit to his sister Mrs Francis Martin of Lexing tonMessrs T and C M Jenkins were in Burgin Sunday RJV H A Watkins of preach here next Sunday morning 11C A Robinson bought some 180 IbJ sajit price 12s per pound Rev Helbron Misses Georgia Dunn and Addle and Carrie Arnold were delegates to the StateEndeavor Con vention at Louisville Mrs Fan uie Pol lard has about re covered after an illness af several daysMesdames Crimes and Kjhn of were here last week to attend the funeral of Miss Katherine Gosney The suit filed against the city of Dmville by Robi Fix was recently decided in favor of Mr Fox the Court giving him 1500 Mr Raymond Uaselden of Lancas ter spent Sunday with Mr M G Ald family Mr Nelson Mircee and wife are with his parents Mr and Mrs Jonah MarceeMiss Katharine Gosney aged 14 years died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs N G Gosney last Fri day morning of paralysis She ex pressed readiness to depart this life and be with her Saviour although she was not a member of the churcl After the funeral services at the rest dence conducted by Elder Tinder her remains were laid to rest in the Lan caster cemetery The family have the sympathy of the community in their sorrow GILES Watch the RECORD grow We are glad to report that Mr An drew Stotts who has been very sick is improving Mr B Ray had a nice horse to die last week Riley Davis sold a good horse to Sewel for 150 Mrs Lou Murphy was visiting MIT William Stotts the past week Ruth Fain recently sold a nice milk cow for 50 Mrs Raymond Davis and handsome lit tie son Robert were visiting Mrs Joe Davis of Midison last week Mr Robert Long and children were visiting Sirs B Ray last week Mrs James Vincent and daughter were visiting Mrs Raymond Davis last week Mr Richard who has been very sick is improving t Miss Blanche Stotts recently visited friends in Madison The little daughter of James Ga heart is very sick at this time Mr and Mrs Eddie Chandler visited friends and relatives in Madison last weekSubscribe for the RECORD 1 a year STONE C S Sanders bought of Clayton Preston a of laud for 850 Mrs William Farra who has been very ill is improving Mr Lige Simpson was the guest of Mr George Anderson Sunday Miss Lyda Rtney and brother of Lancaster attended preaching at this place Sunday as the guests of Miss 6cie Snyder Mr Lotie Ranev and bride were guests of Mr and Mrs U G Preston SundayMr Mrs Thomas Dicks of Bourne were visitors of Mr and Mrs Coy Sanders Sunday Miss Ha Lemay visited Miss Irene Preston Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan of Burjin vis ted the latter mother the last of the week Mr Walter Fayne wife and visited Mr and Mrs Chas Ham mar of Hyatsvliie Tuesday Sanders visited relatives at Stone Saturday and Sunday Mrs Joe near and Mr and Mrs Alex Miles and daughter Agnes of Buckets preaching at Scotts Fork Sun dayMrs Raymond a visitor of Mrs Robert Long Sunday Misses Mae Dickerson and Linnie Preston accompanied by Mr Isaac Duncanwere guests of Miss Be trice Sanders Sunday Inez Preston was the guest of Miss Ida Lemay Wednesday Miss Gertrude McQueaiy of Jessa was the guest of Miss Flora Lee Wylie Sunday Miss Lula Cruthficld of Lancaster was at home Tuesday Chas Mitcbel is the guest of her i Miss Ocis Snyder was the guest of Miss Georgie Crutchfield Tues G Preston and mother were in Ulcbolasvlljie Wednesday Sunday School is progressing nicely at Scotts Font Let all come outarid BUUY I 70 DCbestnut Louisville- wi l i 9 ridge and tract Ir j Raywas i MrS MsS rW school t It J 4 MARES Lexington Albert C Burt n f children John and Pollard Lancaster Miss attended Katie Miss mine mother Preston Agnes day titght rlSundatf Y u J I E L K EGEE f f r ESTATE 1910 Announcement 1910 THE OF NOW 100000 FERTILE ACRES Abounding in Everything that Exalts and Embellishes Civilized Life Land for Home or Investment Association with the Best Citizenship- No Saloons no Social Disturbances Churches for all Denominations All work together for the General Welfare Schools second to none Telephone Exchange and connection everywhere Electric Lights and Modern Improvements Religion and Education held sacred Greatest Prospects Available Resources Rare Opportunities Rich Soil Abundant Crops Rousing Conditions Distinct Advantages Crops in Great Variety On the Road to Prosperity Unlimited Possibilities None Superior in Fertility True to the Right Yeilding abundant Harvest King of Good Roads Youth and Beauty Reign Come Early and Get Choice Hughes Swinebroad LANCASTER KENTUCKy Farms and City Property throughout Central Ken tucky Coal and Timber Lands in Eastern Kentucky Western Farms and Mississippi Cotton Plantations for and exchange We are the original real estate dealers in Garrard county Ky and our extensive advertising places us in touch with prospective in vestors and also enables us to handle property at small commissions If you really want to make a quick sale property see us Ifyou want to buy we have what the purchaser wants We have no excess contracts the owners price is our price No more fertile soil nor better class of citizens are found than in Lancaster and Garrard county There are 5 banks in the county school facilities the very best the best Graded School in the State is in Lancaster the best system of waterworks 125 miles of free turnpikes in fine shape rural free delivery of mail Garrard county stands second to none in the production per acre pf all crops corn wheat oats HEMP hay and tobacco Six million pounds tobacco and one million pounds hemp raised in the county annually BLUE GRASS on BLUE GRASS LAND grazed by fine stock oftrue Kentucky blood Louisville Nashville Railroad runs through the county with ample connection North East South and West Navigable borders county on North t ale ofyour AND 3 stream Lancaster Graded and High School 5000000 endowrnment fund largely at tendt d superior free tuition best of trustees or faculty the 1 7 Capital is seeking Real Estate because good land is the BEST investment and it is the most secure investment Farm prcducts are high Farming is a scientific profession and it is the only profession the consumer being dependent en him for the sub stantial things that hold body and soul together HUGHES SWINEBROAD have been in the real estate business for more than five years have advertised extensively and have handled as much or more real estate than any other agency in Central Kentucky and of the scores ners for whom we have sold and the scores of purchasers to whom we have sold property there is not a dissatisfied client nor customer I independent ofown Pilgrimage Tobacco Companys enormous Rehandling and Redrying Plant Two large flouring mills two hemp and grain warehouses three tobacco warehouses besides the above plant LIST OF PROPERTY This list comprises only a part of what we have for sale now and can contain only a portion of what we have on hand at all times as our list is constantly changing by sales expiratiors of contracts renewals and listing NEW PROPERTIES and score of our BEST properties are NOT advertised at the request of the owners Kengarlan Hotel No 268 218 acres of fertile level and slightly rolling land on pike 9 miles from 2 County seats 5 miles from navigable stream 1 mile from village bank stores churches c I dwelling new and 3 tenant houses barns for 25 acres tobacco well watered and fenced 160 acres in grass 90 per acre No269 95 acres in 5 miles of Lancaster mile from pike mostly level land improvements fair worth fie price S90 per acre No 270 444 acres rolling land 5 miles from town J mile from pike goon a bargain at GO per acre 130 acres 3 miles from town 1 mile from pike land rolling but rich SOj Nq278 889 acres of extra fertile tobacco land with new improvements on pike good dwelling and 12 acre tobacco barn adjoins No 268 Prig for the farm 6jOOO Also 47J acres with good dwelling and 8 acre tobacco barn on pike adjoining No 278 at 875 per acre if sold with No 278 No 279 acres on Kentucky river Splendid asplen farm rich soil boat lauding at the farm quick and cheap freight t Louisville To one not caring so much fur location and wanting to make money this is a bargain If it was located on pike neat town it would bring twice the price asked 40 per acre No 281 48 acres of rolling land near pike 3 miles from town improvement good 60 per acre If you dont see what you want in this list we have others with t No274 3401 improvementsand improvements acre one Garrard Countys Temple Justice No 282 2251 acres of Irish class lmd on pike 4 miles from Railroad close to school in splendid neighborhood high class improvements commod ious modern dwelling well watered in high state of cultivation 20 acres tobacco barns This one will suit any one 100 per acre No 285 235 acres 2 pikes 1 mile from each on splendid road new dwelling splendid land other out buildings Will divide this farm 92 per acre No 286 70 acres of unimproved land 7 miles from tcwn on pike rolling land but very fertile can be divided 70 per acre No 287 98i of high grade land right on pike with high class improve ments I mile of thriving village This one is a dandy 115 per acre No 288 2 dwellings and 2 acres of land barn and other out bulk ings good orchard in thriving village on 1800 No 289 291 acres of splendid land on pike 4 miles from County seat splendid Improvements land lies priced at a bargain for a division dajpaong heirs o cod between acres wiib located Railroad well 80pecacre r You know it is hard to describe a farm in detail Wjjom are interested write us for further particulars or better come to see us All enquiries promptly and courteously answered- No 290 72 acres of gently rolling land on pike in good neighborhood1 21 miles from railroad station good improvements Cthei lest bargains en our lit a N 291 240 acres of level land 4 miles from town on pike modern improve ments nearly all in grass A good one 8 o per acre No 22 67 acres of unimproved land with lar e tobacco barn off the pike laud is rolling but very fertile SiGOO Terms on any of these farms to suit purchaser- No 293 140 acres close to pike well improved 42 miles from oldl style dwelling but in good repair new tobacco barn can sell 100 acres with improvement the whole farm is a bargain at the price per acre No 204 08 acres of good land good dwelling and large steak and tobacco barn I mile from pike 4 miles from town wetl watered arid Hindi mi good tix 70 per acre No 295 120 acres right on pike of tine land mostly level new improvements 4 miles from town S10 per acre Nos 296 297 298 300 301 304 140 acres at 850 per acre 343 acres at 3472 per acre 10 acres at per acre 155 acres at 3110 per acres at SS5 per acre 270 acres at 65 per acre All these are wortlil the money well located and rich soil and well improved No 299 182 acres Here is your chance Located on pike 1 12 miles from town 150 acres in grass large dwelling on pike the best watered farm in the county Can cut this farm and sell you what you wani from 20 acres up to the whole farm any part so sold will have a fine building site on the pike 100 acres with improvements at 3125 per acre Terms to suit purchaser Can give posesslon at once In town properties we have splendid dwellings town lots for building cottages for a home or investment business houses if you want to go in business or to rent for 10 per cent on investment Write us for what you want Even if you are not a prospective purchaser we will cheerfully answer any enquiry relating to Lancaster or Garrard county as G B Swinebroad of our firm is chairman of the County Development Committee and MD Hughes of our firm is chairman of the Publicity Committee of Lancaster and Garrard county Development Association a commercial organization composed of the leading citizens of the town and county HUGHES SWINEBROAD Lancaster Kentucky IbiS pH acre I I I SIlO acre r isone X75 town fin G0 S Residence of J W El nore Cashier of Gurrard Bank and Trust Co Residence oi S CDesnr Cashier of National Bank Residence of B F Hudson Cashier of Citizens National Bank WHY SHOULDYOU I I DangBack I L when all your friends are using OBELISK FLOUR Only one result can be had from the of Obelisk Flour whether you bake bread cake or pastry all will be light crisp and pure It is the most economical to use because it has the greatest food value and is milked from good wheat which is rich in gluten the life giving germ of A Car Load of LaPorte an John Deere Iuse I I I BANKS HUDSON I N4ttr f ffi1 r f UID J L4i 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 Dick cultivator None so good as either Walter A Wood Binders and Mowers A few Cutaway Harrows left none so good saves a team and hand each day J R Mount Son Hardware Implements Wagons II I Im I fQJ T 1 f HitJ sJI L a l CoY ijI THE Parlor Stove needs a different size Coal than the kitchen range or the furnace in the cellar f So when ordering your COAL from us tell us the use you intend it for and A IglI I j I Iii 1 I 151 Ii we will send you the right size Well send you the right clean free burning kind of course We couldnt do other wise as that is the only kind we keep 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 Wi need your business We are active accurate couitoous and will please you Try J i 11 III Lancaster and Ii 1 l a1- II I I I II Ufo Limb r a OFFICERS E T Wood President W C Fish Vice President WG Kempcr Cashier 0 U Terrill Ast Cashier DIRECTORS Marion Coy R L Arnold- J B Woods 11 G Gnyn J S Burrows W C Wynn E T Woods W C Fish i Automobiles i AGENTS FOR EM F 30 125000 PIanders20 750oo F O B DETROIT We also handle Automobile supplies oils tires etc and keep expert Auto men for repair work If you are intending buying phone us Bell 24 and we will have our demonstrator call on you Danville Ice Goal Go f IAA I I I IIII or I I III Il i t r r i1 I1 r P51EAUHERSV1LLK Did the comet hit Penn Williams is reported very sick at this writing Mr 1 T Payne our clever black smith has put up a new shop building and our farmers hqve put up a lot of new barns Mr J E Dickerson of Lancaster visited Mr and Mrs M O Kennedy P Ballard bought 30 125 pound hogs of Burton Lathon of Pulaski at 8i cents Mr Isaac Mills and of the Whites Mill section were at Robert Smiths Mr S D Carpenter bought a cow and calf of S D Turner for 3750 Mr Owen Duvall and nephews of Rockcastle were visiting his mother Mrs William DuvaR Miss Bessie Smith of Whites Mill with Mr Manuel of Garrard were guests of Miss AIHs Harris Sunday Ballard is visiting the family of her uncle Mr Aubrey Bourne at Hubble Mr Faulkner Kennedy and wife were visiting Mr and Mrs William Sprinkles at Rowland Mr Levi Bell sold 150 barrels of corn to J H Baughman and Co of Stanford at 3 delivered Messrs W H Brown and J H Thompson bought a nice driving mare of John D for 180 Mr and Mrs August Bartles of Griffin Station visited Messrs William Ranke and Henry Miracle and their respective families last week Mr and Mrs Wilson King of Rock castle and Miss Essie Roberts of Chi cage were visiting Mr and Mrs Thomas Shaw Sunday Cress Jones the hustling livestock dealers have beaten everybody into market with of mixed load of sheep and lambs for which they paid 4 to G l2c Geoffery Blankenship sold a nice driving pony to Mr Logan Thompson for 75 Your correspondent has been em ploved the last few weeks in doing census work near Huston ville which is explanatory of our absence Mr Sam J Harris the Drakes creek farmer bought a pair of mare mules from Mr J Matt of Rockcastle for 350 also sold 48 fleeces or wool to B D Holtzclaw for 55Mr F F Cummins and wife of Crab Orchard attended the Baptist Sunday School here All were glad to see them Little Oiiver Moses Stout the little waif now in charge of Mrs Ona Nay lor but found one last March on the doorstep of Oliie Spratt near Rowland is still alive and thriving Not a positive certainty but it is be lieved its parentage can be traced BUCKEYE Mr Fount Land Is very ill Miss Lelia Teater of Loyd visited her aunt Mrs Mal Carter last week Mss Flossie Mie Sutson of Lancas erf is visiting the Misses Dickerson Miss Katie Mae Dickerson visited friends at Stone Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs Buford West are over the arrival of a tine girl on the 8th Mrs Florence Ballard and little son Hubert of Bryantsville have been visiting relatives here Miss Lula Best and Master J O Bogie have gone to Moreland for a weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Raymond Ray and son Neil visited Mr and Mrs Robert Long at Stone Saturday and Sunday Uncle Dan Leavell another aged and respected colored man of this community died on the 8th after a lingering illness 1 Paints may cost a trifle more but C C J E Stormes Tired Women Wwaei win aid tired from everwwk iced a belie ef weak lessor tirediess will iat leave you ef itself Take Cardui that aid weak of wemei Hmsuds of women have tried Cardii aid write ai its great keaeft them I l Mr J family Miss Lucile Horton Craig That for the allmeats Mess t S night rejoicing Mound ity 3ti feelilid Take CARDUI A recta letter frMi Yrs Charles Iran Sweetser bi says Tifie c Mt ten Iwwnek ynr aei icfee has tae far we le caiHMtfeaiayswark I world wark wi I sUB always five praise ft yaw Try Car Far sale CTerywaer- eE4t II lire I Itepa I adieu i l 4 take CarOl awhile aid le 8f tiff Mr Logan Ison has been visiting his daughter Mrs A T Christopher at SomersetMr Mrs W T Woolfolk Miss Anna Lee Woolfolk and Mr Bryan Ballard of Lexington were She week end of Mrs O H Ballard Mrand Mrs Peters of Harrodsburir have been tha recent guests of Mr C M Genkins and family Messrs G B and W C Rose have gene to Booneville on business where they will spend several weeks Mrs J C Williams and children spent several days with relatives at Burgin last week Mrs Sallie B Welch went to Rich mond Saturday for a visit to her daughter Mrs Sam Deatherage Misses Marrs Sparks and Carrie Boulden of INicholasville returned home Thursday after a weeks visit to relatives here Miss Sparks was the guest of Mrs J H Deane and Miss Boulden of Mrs Mote Scott MissMainie Ballard is at home from Louisville where she spent three weeks at the Normal Infirmary She was accompanied by her mother Mrs Eliza H Ballard Mrs Hannah Sweeny of Jefferson ville Ind is expected here in a few days and will begin at once the erec tian of her new office building This will be quite an addition to our thriving little city Miss Pattie Belle Burke will go to London Saturday to attend the Commencement excercises at the Sue Bennett Memorial School Mr Bastin was here last week get ting stock subcribed for theTelephone Exchange at this place Nearly all or it has been taken and we hope to have an exchange in the near future CRAB ORCHARD Miss Elizabeth Payne has been con fined room with malaria for two weeks We are glad to report that she is better Mr and Mrs Lee Mitchell and Mrs Mitchells mother have been spending the past week with relatives here Mr and Mrs Dyche of Paris have returned to their home after visiting Miss Lena Napier Miss Fanna Colyer has been called to Somerset on account of the serious illness of her sister The Time of His Life will be pre sented at Waltons Opera House by our home talent the proceeds to go to the Baptist church R B Mahoney was the guest of Miss Mollie Brooke Sunday Frank Holman who holds a position with the telephone company at Lan caster was with home folks Saturday W A Brooks is at home with his mother and sister for a few days Miss Marie Mahoney was the guest of Misses Pearl and Clara Collier Mrs P M Conder is very sick at this writing Mrs Alena Stevenson left Tuesday for Texas having altered her plans and going before she had intended Misses Annie Middleton and Bess Homes were in Stanford shopping last SaturdayJno is the champion fisher man of this community his largest catch weighing eight and three quar poundsMr Jas Cummins of Star ford were with friends and relatives hereMr J B Willis has been very sick but is improving W L DOUGLAS 3OO35O4OO Bit ANTSVILLE I I i Sallie t f I to her Irs I I guests a SHOES UNION i MADE Boys Shoos 200 ami 260Fast Color Eatieti Used j BaU tile WorIII W Doaglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other maVet If you have been paying high prices for your shoes the next time you seed apair give WL Douglas shoes good is every way as those that have pricesIfat Brockton Mass and see for yourself how carefully W Douglas shoes are than other makes W Douglas Same and Is romped oa the bottom protect the wearer against inferior Take NoW L Douglas shoes ate not for sale In your Order Catalog WL T iwt BASE jrr U W SMITH S Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Ann M Broadus Heirs Plaintiffs Vs Ann M Broadus Heirs Defendants- In obedience to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its Commissioner of said court in said oclock pm it being the regular County Court day of Garrard for said month sell to the highest bidder at the courthouse door in Lan caster Garrard county Kentucky the following in Gar rard county Kentucky on Broadus Branch or Lick creek and bounded as followsBeginning at a point in middle of Branch in line to B F G y gad corner toJ B Cartera being L yourfootwear L whytheywear longer L prices and 1910In1910between 1 ridni write r 14z4 1- yCyj thence leaving branch and with heirs K 51 W 725 chains S 38 W 383 chains N G8 W 1882 chains to a feet North of a locust stump and sprouts corner to same thence with line of 40 acre tract sold by Ann M Broaddus to J B Carter N i E 2805 chains to a point in middle of Lick Creek corner to same thence down Lick Creek S 291 E 106 chains to an elm stump on South bank S 81f E 525 chains to a stone on South 73 E 570 chains tr a sycamore stump on North bank N lIt E 500 chains N E 645 drains S 72 E 700 chains to a point on North bank and midway between a sycamore and honey locust chains to a point 2 feet South pfPrew fence and 18 feet short of a spring on North side of creek S 62 E1G9 chains to a point in middle of Lick Creek and opposite the mouth of a drain corner to Prewitt S 59i E 572 chains to a point in middle of creek and at mouth of Nicholsons Branch thence up said branch S 28i W 700 chains S lit W 1200 chains to a point on East side S 191 W 675 chains to a point 8 feet West of stone fence S 49i chains to the containing 15303 acres owners of said land according to their respective rights and interests TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months one half of the purchase money being due in six day of sale The purchaser will be required to execute bonds with good security to the Master Commissioner for the purchase money bearing six per cent interest per annum from date of sale till paid upon which may issue if not paid at the same force and of a judgment A lien will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money and interest aforesaid W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Lucy Ann Simpsons Executor Plff VS Addie Sparks cf Defendants lu obedience to a judgment of the Garrrrd Circuit Court rendered at its April Special term April 5 1910 in the abovestyled case 1 as Master Commissioner of said court in said case will on MONDAY MAY 23 1910 between ten oclock a M and two said month sell to the highest bidder inafter described real estate or so ty Kentucky on the Buckeye turn pike and is bounded as follows Tract A Beginning at three notches now cut in fence in a drain and 10 feet west of a dead double buckeye in line to Davis Suttons and a new corner to the part cut off to Betsy Warren thence near line to said Warren up said drain and across a ridge N 37 E 1207 chain to a stake in the middle of another drain or hollow 14 links N a hollow N 281 W 305 chains to a stake on West bank and about 15 feet west of the mouth of a small drain enter lug from the west N 22 E 716 chains to a marked locust on south bank of a branch in line to Mrs Hill and a new corner to said Betsy Warren thence down branch with Hill N 17i W 287 chain N 35 W 2 77 chains N 14 W 522 chains N 50J W 50o chains N 72i W 300 chains N 71 W 150 chains to a stake on south bank of branch and at mouth of a drain entering from tne South corner to Hill and Davis Sutton thence up drain S 171 W 783 chains to a hickory in drain S 11 W 1154 chains to the south draw bar post of a pair of draw hays on a ridge corner to said Sutton thence with a wire fence N 68 W 690 chains to a stake and fence post in line to S S Long and corner to said Sutton with LongS T W 1678 chains to a stake on a south hillside corner to same and in line to said Sutton thence with Sultan S 87 E 1650 chains to the beginning and 51 79 acres Tract B Bounded as follows towitBeginning at a stake in hollow arid corner to Hill at mouth of small hol low thence with Lucy Ann Simpsons aforesaid 60 acres 3 roods and 14 poles tract S 22t W 3o poles to a post at end of draw bars thence S 81i W 216 pules to a sttke at east post of draw bars thence rf 69i E 34 7 poles to a stake thence N lot W 26 poles to a hickory in a drain thence down same N 17 poles to a stake at mouth of drain in a line of Hill in a branch thence with middle and meanders of same with Hill S 72 E 6 poles S 78 E 10 poles S 45f E 14 poles S 56t E 4 poles S 16 E 22 poles S 43 E 7 S 19 E 7 poles to the beginning con raining 23 acres 2 21 poles Tract No B is a part of tract No A and is included in the above of tract No A Tract No B is called Second Tract in the Tract No B or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the indebtedness hereinafter set forth will be sold first and in the event it rails to bring the necessary amount then enough will be sold from what is left of tract No A and adjoining tract No B to make up the sum required to be raised Reservation is made of pass way over Tract No B as said pass way now exists Said sale is made for the purpose of paying indebtedness to L Sparks and for costs and allowances the total amount to be raised amounting to 172887 TERMS Said sale will 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 re qnired to execute bonds with good se curity to the Master Commissioner for the purchase money bearing six per cent per annum from date of sale till paid upon which bonds execution may issue if not paid at maturity said bonds having force and effect of a judgment A lien will be retained upon the land for the payment of the purchase money with interest W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court May 2 1910 Curter point U Gut toCartercreekNittsyard W 800 ofdividing bythe otherhalf execution effect regularCounty LancasterGarrard necessarySaid from onN a with Sutton I E52 judgment of sale aforesaid I ii bank- S beginning maturity 601W containing boundary going Q J v rif7 7 New 0 SD rYt7Ut7I fjf ri5ri m1 X WJj f A 0 QcQA SnI GOODS l J I c r- a iK ir s We have just received a large line of Deering Farmiaglmplements Osbourne Cutting Harrows Columbus Wagons Kauffman Buggies and in fact everything needed on the farm See our line of Stoves and White House and Buster Brown Shoes Men and Boys Suits Carpets and Druggets to fit any room at prices to please you Becker Ballard Co Bryantsville Ky a 1 I I IT 1 I I IlJ iJJ gffiifgt YeY 7QteXQte lsl x51 i o g- Ranges r 3 1910 SEASON 1910 PEAVINE 4092 Rex 1796 Lucy Wells 6404 Fee 25 to Insure R S SCUDDER McKinney Ky WHY NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW iillliY HASafiHI Office National Bank of Lancaster Pe vine I Phone 3z3- IG lThb onT 61111 11t 1a7 ARE FIRE PROOF not burn Will not split or curl like wood shingles not crack and roll off like slate Will not rip at the seams like plain tin Neither will they rattle during high wind storms They never need repairs and last as long as the budding And last of they make the handsomest roof and are not Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa THEY will aU expensive I fDQ C Q 8 Q 0s Q 0 Ia CDI asrJJ I L x 0ib THE Notional Bank Of Lancaster CapitaI50OQO Stfife2GQOQ AKDBNCT Hesifeat J 8 STORMED Vice Prttft S C DEWY Caakitr J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stow S C Dennr J L Gill WI Wild t J I en- to Q- s 0 o c aM3 0M sa f Here YOU ARE LOOKING FOR WE WILL CONTINUE THE SALE OF Our Entire Stock of Ladies Tailored Suits and Ready Made Dresses At Decided Low Prices for Another Week A Call Will Convince You Of Our Many Bargains r iii I g1J Is Just The Chance j t i L I 1 1948 t c n y- t I r i I159O i i is the time to prepare to RE PAINT your house SOW = We have every thing necessary and the very best that can be bought Come to us for your Paint and Varnish Frisbies Drug Store t J J jt if 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 I Miss Wade Lee Merit of Bryants ville is visiting Miss Callie Adams Mrs T B Walker left Thursday for Richmond where Mr Walker is sick Miss Mabel Mason visited her home in Madison county Thursday Mr Fred Batterton has returned to his home in Paris after being here several months engaged in buying hempMrs John M Farra entertained at cards Tuesday afternoon at the Ken garlan Hotel in honor of her sister Mrs George A McRoberts of Coving ton Covers were laid for sixteen guestsMrs C W Clay who has been visit ing Mrs George D Robinson is in Richmond for a few days where she will attend the Madison Institute ban quet She is the oldest living gradu ate of that institution Miss Kathrine Simpson entertained the Sewing Club at her home Tuesday evening Those present were Mes dames John Hill U D Simpson Misses Mabel Mason Martha and Hel en Gill Sue Brashear and Mr John Crawford Delicious refreshments were served A telegram was received here by relatives Tuesday stating that Mr John M Orand had been stricken with paralpsis and it was thought he could not the day Mr Orand lived in Garrard for many years his wife having been a daughter of the late Judge Samuel Lusk While he has been living in Waco Texas for some time past he came to Lancaster nearly every summer on business and to visit his Kentucky relatives The following invitation has been received at this office The State MorrisonBrickinridge Chapter U D C invite you to be present at the unveiling of the in Memory of the Confederate Dead on May 20th 1910 at 1 p m Danville Kentucky Cracks at Creations Did You Know That when the earth plunged into the tail of Rallys comet at the velo city of 45 miles per second I didnt try to get out of its way That I knew that old mother earth had run up on some hard propositions before and I felt she would take me through alright and I was also glad to go in the opposite direction That Mr Batson says the comet is not as bright as it was In the year 1835 but uncle Tom Johnson says it is That as the comet appears at a very favorable time we shall expect our graduating class to tell us all about the constitution of its tail of its for matlon and development why it curves some times this way and some times that way and whether it is id c survive Monument Ready Made French Gingham Dresses originally worth from 500 to 350 on sale now at prices that range from 348 to 500 A special line of Ladies Tailored Skim we offer 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 II I I The Joseph Mercantile CompanyL JI Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the and Goings Ly These Wz Arc Interested In Frank Young of Chicago is here for a visitMiss Rella Arnold was in Lexington Monday John Walker visited relatives in Richmond Sunday Miss Eunice Prather has accepted a position at Crab Orchard Mr T B Walker is in Richmond for a stav of a week or more Mrs Banks Hudson has returned from a visit to Lexington friends Miss Bertha Sanders is recuperating from quite an attack of tonsilitis Mrs Henry Clay Jennings is able to after quite a serious illness Misses Martha and Helen Gill were visitors in Louisville the past week Mesdames T J Price and Ed Price visited friends in Louisville for several days Rev O P Bush goes to Georgetown on June 7th to attend an alumni ban quet Mesdames Wm R Cook and R E Henry were visiting in Danville this weekMiss Ella Thompson of Boyle is the guest of her cousin Miss Hallie Brown Miss Lou J Grant was a weekend Visitor of Dr and Mrs S P Grant of Danville Miss Allie Hendren is in Richmond for a visit to her sister Miss Stella Hendren R L Elkin and R Ware McRob erts home from a short stay in r I sit up I j area I Ce i a 6 w t ts r e We offer a Tailored Suit in the latest spring style at that was origanally worth 3000 These suits are made from the choicest fabrics and the most fashionable col ors being unexcelled in workmanship style and quality 1948 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 good values for the price they were origianly sold for garments Louisville Mrs Dobbins of Danville is visit ing Mesdames R L Eikin and J E RobinsonMrs McRoberts of Stanford has been a recent guest of Mrs R E McRobertsMr Berry a populaa Lexing ton traveling salesman was in Lan caster Tuesday Mesdames W O Rigney and Wood Burnside visited Mrs Cotton of Dan ville Thursday Mr and Mrs George Robinson ct Danville have been guests of Mrs Rebecca West Mrs Frisbie left Tuesday for a visit to Mr and Mrs W C Price of Danville Theodore Currey was a visitor of his sister Mrs J C Hemphill in the Falls City this week Jesse Perkins of the Louisville Den tal College is at home with his moth er Mrs Bell Perkins Mrs J M Mussellmnn has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to the Misses Arnold Misses Margaret and Arabella Bogie of Mt Sterling are the guests of the Misses Mount Miss Bessie Prather has returned home after a visit to friends and in Richmond Misses Carrie and Addel Arnold the Christian Endeavor Con vention at Louisville Mr J W Elmore left Tuesday for New Mexico to see his brotherinlaw Mr Cabell Chenault Mrs John Anderson is at home a stay with her daughter Mrs W T Browing of Lexington O W Shugars has returned to after a stay with Judge Wm Shugars and family Mrs John Francis and Miss Jane Doty leave Friday to visit Mrs Jen r Mattie P after Indianapolis relatives attendee nie Armstrong at Frankfort Mr and Mrs Luther Gibbs are at home after a visit to Mr and Mrs John Baughman of Danville Miss Mary Arnold left Friday for a visit to friends in Louisville and her sister Miss Allie Arnold in Indianapo lis Mrs Ethel West Darnold of the Normal School Richmond is down for a visit to Mr and Mrs W T WestThe Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs W T West Misses Lee Prather and May me Campbell of Richmond will be the guests next week of Miss Callie AdamsMiss Edna Kavanaugh is expected home Tuesday from a years scholas tic course at Ward Seminary Tenn Miss Bessie ONeal Siogleton is at home after a prolonged visit to rela tives in Richmond Georgetown Win chester and Mt Sterling Misses Martha and Helen Gill en tertained at their handsome with a dinner Thursday in honor of Mrs George A MeRoberts of Coving tonRev Mr Arendall of Virginia and of the Baptist Theological Seminary of Louisville preached a most interes ting sermon at the Baptist church Sunday morning Mrs C D Powell left Sundsy morning for a stay in Cincinnati She goes to be at the bedside of her sister Mrs W T Short of Richmond who is in the city for a surgical There were no services ft the Meth odist church Sunday on account of the the repairs at that edifice A band some new carpet and a fresh coat of paint are soon to adorn the bause of worship j home l I I Nashville operation streakedstriped or spotted That the best things in this world are cheapest Spring water costs less than whiskey a barrel of flour costs less than a gallon of old Bourbon and Mr Will West says you can get a good nap in church fur nothing but one in a Pullman would cost you 200 That I heard a conversation some thing like this at the ball game a few afternoons ago between a boy and a girlWho is that boy with a wire over his faceThats Holbert Baslin Why did the boy that stands be hind the pitcher say one ball The pitcher threw a ball Thats different from a strike you know Of course he threw a ball Any one could see he threw it what else could he throw A strike But the boy with the stick does the striking doesnt he He strikes but its a strike if he misses Oh that isnt fair why now be has dropped the stick and is running awayYes he gets his base on four balls He doesnt either theres only one ball there What are those things sticking in his shose They are spikes Pour boy how they must hurt him I had just a little tiny nail in one of my shees and it made me real lame Wuats that boy running way out there for Thats Dave Thomas trying to catch a fly Now you are jnst poking fun at me you know Mr Thomas wouldnt make all that fuss over a fly out there where it cant bring any germs or microbes and keep you awake when you want to take your afternoon nap Who is that handsome boy over thereThats Arthur Joseyh playing shortstopPlaying shortstop you told me they were playing baseball I thought they were What did that Stanford boy thenStole second and is trying to steal third I always beard that you could send a man to the penitentiary for life for stealing the third time So you can and thats where be ought to be 3tanford 6 to our nothing Oh I dont believe it we have been playing just as hard as Stanford has I know 1 understand something about the game Yes you caught the general plans of the game beautifully but of course you care for the technical parts Lets go its over Gee I am so thirsty Shall we go to Frisbies or McRob erts to quench it J It It- I o II have II done r III 1JA r You Get The Best I Of The I Bargain when you buyourFlour at our price Judging by com parison our Flour is worth more than we ask for it Buy a sack and we know you will agree with us Especially when you see how far White Swan Flour goes and how much better are your bread cakes and pastry Next time you need FLOUR order WHITE SWAN Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop If Shouldnt We Be Well Pleased when our efforts to serve the public with DRY GOODS of the better sort are so generously and increasingly ognized Why Shonldat You Be Well Pleased C when we continue to offerjust the right styles and prices in Dry Goods at a little less than the right price judged C by ordinary standards J Look at these see the quality f Black Silk Petticoats big values 398 J Few Patterns Foulard Silks left close at 59ets Yard wide Home Spun all new shades nice for was 25ctsjrard now 1 Sets 1000 yards Bleach Cotton Sets yd Shipment of Voile Skirts Fall Styles just received White Elephant Storet v reel I I pricescome I LadiesSuits and Childrens Dresses t IF f i II advance r Season of 191O Wilkes Boy at 800 Napoleon 3rd at 2000 for jennet and 1000 for mare John Morgan Jr at 1000 3 other good Jacks at 800 a piece They will all stand at my barn 1 mile south of BuCkeyc on the Buckeye and Lancaster turnpike Phone 338G T O HILL Buckeye SfiSttSttSftSHSHSdSKfflftStt Old Fashion Corn Meal is made on genuine French Burs from Sound Clean Corn The life of the Heal is not burnt out in the grind ing and is guaranteed to give satisfaction Creamery Butter is made from pure cream by modern methods and is the best that money can buy If your i grocer does not handle Butter or Old Fashion Corn Meal phone us and we will give you the name of one who does We also sell Coal and Brick and will ap preeiate your patronage Henley V Bastin at the Creamery sssss 3 52s IU c I I I I 1lCClO Dgl a ft Str Ji I s Creamery t s t t t 1Jtt tl tt lS t tStlSt t v rw y 1mIsuso4pupuuIQ4cQco9ccooc oooc r cwooooo0000000000000000000009000 l Y7YdfYAYY3YK11VAYU1 fAYIrlY1UY 11 H t H N J J WALKER President m J S JOHNSON Vise Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000- B F HUDSON Cashier w O AssfcOasbr C D WALKER Bookkeeper- J 1 WALKER Ju Asst BoolKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T IT Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold Having installed a new and upto date El ECTRIC MOTOR PLANING MILL with latest improved machinery we are prepared to furnish you at reasonal prices any kind of Fancy Planing Mill Work Door and Window Screens Etc Also Rough and Dressed Lumber Laths Cement Estimates fun ished on bills promptly THE CRESCENT LUMBER CO Incorporated Danville Phone COO DANVILLE KY When you think of building see Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished I KY RIO fr JV i Danville Lum er Manufacturing Y p N N NNN N- s thee Co1 1e NNNN N N GOING AFTER THE You need something to clean wtf darafect KRESO DIP will do the work SAFESURE INEXPENSIVEEASY try Call or write for one REMcRobeitsi LI 0E booklet 10 parasites i 17- s 1 EXCURSION 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN SUNDAY May 22 SPECIAL TRAIN IvJwfti A M ASK TICKET AGENT Ftt PAITICULAIS City 556 WOOL Highest Market Price ToR Gory t cot ti Farm and Stock According to estimates recently made the manure from one animal for a year has the following value Horse 22 to 23 cow 28 to 35 Tobacco setting will be late in this county this year on account of the plants not growing as they should al though there is a sufficient number of themToo often the chicken raising fever is to co l down too eai ly with the result poultryman pro duces uniform stand ard birds Everybod how discouraging it is to make a pi that has once been stunted grow well Its like starting a freight train it takes fuel and time than it does to keep it going Push from the start 3 Dairymen are beginning to realIze that temperature is the all important 3 factor in contrtUing quality so what they at one time may have considered an abundance of ice for all needs to day would be thought a shot frige i3 Have some shelter in the pasture I which the cattle can seen if storms comes up Young and dairy I cows especially suffer from exposure to the cold rains which are common at J this season and their discomfort is a J dead loss to their owner The Illinois Food Commission finds that horses are slaughtered for food at two of Chicagos abattoirs The meat was said to be exported to Denmark but Inspector Hoey thinks a part of it is sold to cheap restaurants and free lunch saloons in Chicago It is difficult to bring spiing pigs up to 200 ponnds in weight by early fall at which tine the price is normally higher than it is as winterapproache but the early pig can be made salable at that favorable season with less ex pensive feeding than those of later litters Another importation of Jersey cat tie direct from the of Jersey ar rived ot Elmendorf Farm near Lex ington Ky This impoitation sists of 108 head selected from the hest herds on the Island With this addition Mr Hagyins Jersey herd now numbers 3uO head of imported animal Experiments have shown that it r sts only onefourth as much to raise alt on skim mik as on whole milk ivo pounds of grain with the proper amount of skim milk equal in feeding value a pound of butter fat The grain is worth two or three cents while the butter fat sells at about 25 cent Prepare for dry weather by careful and fnquent cultivation of the gar den Incidentally good cultivation is alsoasafeguard against toomuch rain If the soil is kept mellow the moisture percolates and is held for the future use of plants If the soil is allowed to bake or get hard the rain is all drained off carrying soluble plant foodBy some Very close figuring Mr M W Cochrane president of the St Louis Merchants Exchange in an address before the Farmers Conven tion in that city Thursday May 5th showed that the farmers share in a 5 ctnt loaf of bakers bread at present price of wheat is one and a half cents the baker gets two cents the retaier one cent and the half cent remaining is divided between the grain dealer the railroads the commission man and the miller It would seem from this that the farmer gets his full share But the bakers talk of adding a cent to the price of a loaf Who will get the extra penny Horses differ from one another as much as people Some ore dull stupid unintelligent Some are quick to learn alert to all going on and seldom annoy you by a careless blun der Ole horse steps on you crowds against you in the stall handles him self like an awkward boy not because he means to but simply because he doesnt know any better and never will Another never steps on you never does the careless stupid thing because he was born with more horse sense To punish one horse for a fault that in another muht be justly worrthy of correction is often to show less intelligence than the horse Mammoth King No 1891- M great Tennessee Jack A black jack white points full 16 hands under standard foaled May 281905 weighing over 1000 pounds in moderate flesh He will not go to Lin coin county as reported but will make the 1910 season at my barn 2 miles from Paint Lick and onefourth mile from Manse on tb2 Richmond and Lan caster turnpike at 1000 for mares and 20 for jennets to insure living colts Mammoth Kings measurements are 341 inches from tip of nose to top of head 3414 inches from tip to tip 121 inches from tip of nose to root of 68 inch girth inch forearm 18 inch knee inch below knee at smallest place 19 inch bock 16 inch around hoof at hair Will also stand a five gaited saddle stallion hands high will furnish breeding and particulars laterCare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Money due when mare or jennets trad or parted with or bred to other Grass furnished at 200 per month for mares or jennets from a dis tance Phone in residence Burdett Ramsey r a aluwed the moie Us han I more I con r i 1 I I I ith 221 lot 151 ed that knows f stick Isle F than ti tail registered stock Y s 3 r General News Fire destroyed the sawmill or the W C Wood Lumber Company at Collins Miss Sunday causing a loss of 60000 John Wright Johnson coworker with Harriet Beecher Stowe in the campaign a slavery died Tues day at Fountain City Iud It is stated by the War Department that it will cost S500000 to raise the wreck of the in Havana harbor Congress passed a bill appropriating 100000 for thus purpose Daniel Kinet the Belgian aviator broke the worlds record for an aero plane night with a passenger at Mour melon France remaining in the air for tviro hours and Uftjjoe minutes The New York Senate by a vote of 26 to 20 adopted the reso luii u placing New Yoik State on as favoring the income tax amendment to the Federal Cunstitu tionJames Raney of EdciyvlUe was ap pointed by Secretary of State Bruner to take charge of the Department of Banks to succeed Sherman Ball who was made Assistant Secretary of State MondayIf fur Dr B C Hyde car ry his case to the Supreme Court the physician will not have to go to the State prison pending action by the hither court He must remain in jail however A general strike of clerks on the Norfolk and Western railroad was or dered by the Railway Clerks Union after a vote which showed 13 percent of that class of employes in favor of it Fire losses excluding forest and ma rine 150000000 a year ii the according to C M Godflard president of the National Fire Protective Association which be gnu i s fourteenth annual melting it Chicago Monday There is reason to believe that Sec retary Knox contemplates taking some immediate action having for it ol ject the reestaUishment of relations between Peru and Ecua dor The State Department officials however decline to discuss the mattei at this time The proposed International Arbitral Justice is expected tj be the chief topic of at the MJ honk Lake N J conference on inter national arbitral n Many diplu mats and statesmen will attend Miny prominent men will deliver ad dresses J W Van Cleave former presi dent of the National Manufacturers Association died of heart disease at his home in St Louis Sunday Mr Vancleave was a native Kentuckian having been born in Mirion county in 18J9 He gained a national reputation for having the American or Labor through the Federal CourtsA of five boilers exploded Sunday at the plant of the Diamond Coal and Coke Company at Chewton Pa killing three men who were in the boiler house at the time Six others including employes and resi dents in the or more houses nearby were injured but none will die of the railroad bill for an extra allowance of 3000 a year to members of the proposed Court of commerce over the allowances of Judges was stricken out by the Senate Tuesday The greater pait of Senates session was de voted to a discussion of the Cummins amendment making tne Interstate Commerce Commission the defendant in all cases in the courts growing out of orders of that commission but no was taken Disregarding the advice of his at torneys T S Anderson former Owensboro banker who recently was sentenced at Henderson to eighteen months in the penitentiary for falsely swearing to a bank report asked that sentence be passed upon him In sen tencing Anderson Judge Hanson asked if there was any reason why sentence should not be passed Judge your honor 1 am not guilty replied Anderson was taken to Ed his wife and daughter accom panying him 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 No 19R Burgin Exchange KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS Dr Kings t title record The calls ut abOUl600 met I peaceful Court of discussion i fought Federation dlz n The provi ion Cum t the dyville WITH New M Davenport stiike aggregate Circuit action Anderson FOR oucHsOLDS Trial Free L CE- lotNe R E McRpherts Dru Store j AND AND lUftGTIOUBLB OJr KOJlEYBDUJTDED I ALL e SARAN D isATIsPACToli Civic Notes- At a meeting of the Womans Club Wednesday afternoon an interesting paper on Forestry was read As a practical result of this reading a motion was made and carried that two trees be planted on the grounds of the Graded School Other were discussed and the club hopes by another year to have a large number of trees growing Attention must be called to the custom town people have of old cans and unsightly rubbish on the tiles ot our patty country roads This is done I am sure without stop ping to think how unjust and such a haUt is It mars tile beauty of our roads frightens horses and is a nuisance which must be abatedThe town has found a place for its refuse and each private individual must do the same without inju j to others Why have those bricks which were bought for crossings not been usedWhy should they be left so long to be stolen broken and sea tcred Have you noticed the flower beds in the Court House yard Will they not be more pleasing than empty bottles and tin cans Etch day set apart fog cleaning up day was so cOld that nothing was done But it will come get ready Let the day come when visitors to Lancaster will think it the prettiest and cleanest town in Central Ky Broken wagons on the sides of the toad do not add to the beauty of the road Why let them It costs less to put a pound of weight on a young growing animal than on one older and the amount of food necessary to produce a given in crease of weight gradually increases Onions lettuce radishes and spin ach may be sown as early as the soil can be worked into a good tilth It is of no advantage to sow seed of any kind when the soil is too wet to work readily into a good condition If forest and shade trees have not been planted this should not be any longer The trees should have time to secure a hold in the soil before the dry season makes heavy demand upon the moisture in the soil To cure warbles in cattle take a glass syringe of the smallest size and inject sweet oil with 40 drops of car bolic acid to the pint into the hole at the apex of the little mounds on the cows back This will bring them away without injury to the cow With the exception of a few of the very best of the pullets it is nearly always best to sell all of the early hatched chickens as soon as they reach a marketable size In nearly all cases a better price and certainly a better profit will be realized than keeping and feeding them until fall Geese should be given free range summer and winter Even when the is covered with snow the birds will find plenty of grass along a small sircar of water Clover hay is excellent for them to pick at the winter months and if they have a supply they will need but a very small amount of grain Early corn should be planted to supply the work animals with suc culent food Animals need green food to give appetite and tone up the organs Adams Early or Hickory King are good varieties for this purpose Sweet corns may also be planted for this purpose After the plants have been harvested the land may be sown in cowpeas LIVE STOCK MABKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS May 11 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 7SS 2090 427 Shipments 5 6 CATTLE Shippers 0 SO 7 30 Butcher steers extra 7 107 Good to choice C o 7 IK Common to fur 1 2VJ3 G 23 Heifers extra rS37CO Good to choice G 25 i 7 Common to fair 3 506 25 Cows extra fi 10 3 Good to choice 5 15 Common to fair 2 5 Canners 2 25 S 5in Bulls balognas 5 23 Extra C 25 Fat bulls CALVES extra 950 Fair to good 8 C 25 Common and large 5 00 8 00 HOGS good packers and butchers 9 85 9 90 Mixid packers KKactW Stags G 758 Common to choice hedvy fat sows 7 K 9 CO Light shippers 9 70 9 So Pigs 110 Ibs and less S759SO 10 Good to choice 5 5B 00 Common to fair 3 50 r 50 extra 8 2 Good 7 35 7 05 Common to fair 4 50 7 75 POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of thelaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire B Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price Emory S L Rich MrsP W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels Anderson Arnold W S Anderson H C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn JG Conn Pilgrimage 0 I deposit- Ing remain neglected ground during good digestive 21 G 5 GOO r6 I 00 SHEEP extra LAMBS to choice S Sweeney- Z T Rice Jas Sutton D B B C plantings thoughtless b 5 G i whatever w J G Clark v Cot R YOULL FIND IT IN TillS COLUMN Sell your bacon to Just opened afresh 1 t of Lowneys Candy 31tf R Ziminer Try a can of ITawawian pine apple at Curreys f r Currey has all kinds of fresh every week t Js tf Fresh Lowneys Candy atZimmers 34tf S Phone 199 foraiiy thing in line 24tf Buy your chicken feed at Curreyr place S tt j Cow Peas Millet and Cane seed at j Banks s For Save A sioocl rubbertire phaeton 513St Robinson We handle the famous Red Cross brand of Hour Lee Turner 24tf market piice paid for coun try produce Lee Turner 24tt House moving and Raising a special ty Best references Box 403 Tee phone 16 Baldwin Danville Ky 422St pd Hemp seed wanted Call at my of lice and will you for all you raise this jWr F B M irksbury422tf Eastern made Trap hi d able great bargain if taken at unqs W B Mison if You are Ambitious Write to me and 1 wi 1 felt you how to turn your into cash I will put you with an oppor I load itto a per tnanent business of your own Addres H K G odall 210 Monroe St Chicago III Three choice Jersey bulls by maids Rioters Lad ItfiTO whose dam made 21 Ibs and 12Xz of butter in T days and sold at uction fur 300 00 These calves e G to IS months old from heavy miming dams solid colors and splendid indiviluals Towles F Walker 513 4Ji Point L avell Ky Garrard Circuit Court T E Wheelers Heirs Pltfs Vs Notice to Creditors T E heirs All claims against the estate cf T Wheeler deceased hereby and required to present proven as required bylaw to Commitsioner at his i nice in Lancaster Garrard coun ty Ky on or before 31 jy 31st 1910 W I Williams Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court 4t Our Agsnts Maks a Week Selling new process water color and gold frame Costs 00 cents complete with glass sells fur SItS Samples and instructions Young man in Ohio ijkide 2200m one day We are the 1 and frame house in the world general agent wanted ii each Give us and we extend you thirty days with steady honorable em ployment at a big income Our bus iness is established twentyfive years We are not in the picture and frame trust We want honorable trust worthy representatives only You need no capital to work for us We teach you how to make a success Ad dress at once William Art Company 251 W Tajl jr street 423S Chicago 111 FARMERS COLUMN dpace below this heading is for the excla rive use of onr farmer subscribers and Is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver tic No notice will be accepted over our lines laid will be ouly in two issues of the RECORD free of charge For sal a firstclass Jersey cow with heifer calf J W Woods Mirksbury Ky Telephone 363 g For Sale 27 head cf 500 pound cat tIe W EMOSP For sows and pigs also a fine 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 rood fresh milk cows G A Swinebroad For A good Deering binder alsoa Cham pion mower and rake J A Conn First Look 19130 White Chester boar will stand at 100 cash at time of service J R Henry R 3 Cedar posts any length UD to 30 ft Also 59 white oak log- S N Morford Hick man Ky Subscribe for Record Ir v I jtf Tu Hudson r v IIi hest v iJ H ae seat v nel tuuditivn tun t that i yOU For Sale Ier Wheel s Dens rare rsi ned 5000 I portrait I fr pi re Ie c mtv ill credo Oil 110 DUI U I DO i I Ie U 100 II Sale2 Sate R No Little I a cur vegetables the grocery Lee Irs a cu traGC with Fort r good spar tiule in touch frt m saving notified same the reference 000 I OOMNOoON LOOK AND LISTEN If you want Poitenesv Clean ssCoo l SHAVES and HAIR HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street 25 years of expetiencp Office Hoars Office over Stormea Dnig Store FDENTIST Phone 65 H J TINSLEY Surveyor HONE 321KT Office over F Gi Hurts furniture store Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references CARDS i i S amto I pm to t B VVALTER Lancaster Ky Count Lancaster Kentucky T KING QNi4 009d9A0 0f000401 0OPC 100 rCI Maeose9oooooe9aooao9990eo CUTS oto 12 INSURANCE KENTtCKli- VV Auctioneer E Graduate OpticianW aforrow Glases Fitted Satfsfactioa Guaranteed M Dennyi Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK Dentist All Wurfc Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky DR Win BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon Office over Logans store Residence Phone Office Phone 6 Out Flowers QUALITY I Ware McRoberts ffrO 0QQ OCO Xh OO OCfr OOO Hughes Swinebroad ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted I hone 221 J B Kinnaird Physical and Surgem Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 J E Robinson UWYHt art CWJNH ATTHNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 I I 1l1tf 5 IIJDQ Oiliallua1 11 REAL fOr 7 J fl BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Cream Vermifuge HITE9S DENTIST HEIUU5TEE WORM REMEDY TIE CKDRDrS FAVORITE TMM CKWMC O MNTMTM THE CCNCMKC MtSMMTO 9ltVf BalterdSnow Ltataeat Cto McRoberta Dr g Store p T C LOUII litti h w