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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, May 27, 1910. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1910 cen1910052701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, May 27, 1910. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL TWENTY FIRST YEAR PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 27 1910 cTfta Land I RECORDIrnrr PiUx3ER T J- A O f The Land o l1a Frerm lou We have one of the best CULTIVATORS the market No trouble to ex plain its merits Now is a good time for you to have your Binders Mowers and Implements repaired We carry in stock Knives Sections Guards Etc for all make of machines See our Wire Lancaster Ky J M g Mr Farmer i o n i I i11 Iit gg FenceS I COiN BROTHERS IB i f 1fl t SF 1 r l 9r A 1 1- c 1- C fk WHY SHOULDYOU HangBack 1 I I q li NMr11lI MMNIIAN when all your friends are using OBELISK FLOUR Only one result can be had from the use 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 wheatBANKS HUDSON A Car Load of LaPorte and John Deere II I I IA Jr r r trjilJllliiMr PJ Im1l oo I I i BUGGIES NOW ON We have bought this lot of Buggies so as to offer them to you at a very low price Ve have the genuine Brown cultivator also the John Deere Disk cuitivator 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 Co Hardware Implements Wagons HAND I SI y fIji t- I A T 1l3 r- I if The banks will be closed all day Monday it being Decoration Day See Blundering Billie at the Court Douse Friday night Its great Aunt Martha Burnside age 84 years a highly respected colored woman died quite suddenly at her home of heart disease Mrs R E McRoberts entertained a dinner party of twelve Thursday at her handsome home in honor of the Misses Bugle of MD Sterling and Mrs Geo A McRoberts of Coving ton Dr M K Denny is in Louisville at tending the State Dental meeting In attending he feels that he learn new methods and be benefitted by the lectures or some of the best dentists in the world The Aid of the Baptist church will give an ice cream and strawberry June 21 If the weal the refreshments will be served in the park if not in the court house Miss Callie Adams entertaired a number of her friends at a six dinner at the Kengarlan last Sunday in honor of her visitors Covers were laid for eight and the table was very attractively decorated with roses Everybody counected with the school is rejoiced to hear that Mrs Burnside has sufficiently recovered to take up her music work again next fall We shall all welcome her home and shall be glad to see her at her pest once more Mrs S II Nickells entertained at a handsome six course dinner Friday evening Covers were laid for twelve and appropriate place cards were a part of the table appointments The guests thoroughly enjoyed the occa sion Mrs Robert Embrv entertained at a pink tea at her pretty home in Hill Court in honor of Mr and S II Nickells who will leave soon for their new home in Harrodsburg Covers were laid for ten and a most evening spent by all Mr Ernest Fenby and Miss Maud Mitchell were united in marriage Wednesday morning at the Baptist parsonage the Rev O P Bush offici ating the home is Shep herd Mich while the bride is from this county Tie happy couple left at once for Michigan Our next issue wrote the editor of an exchange wiIl be exceedingly interesting as it will contain the names of all our delinquent subscrib ers But when the time came to send out the next issue it was discov ered that there were no delinquent subscribers They had all paid up If there is one thing more than an other in our experience in publishing a local newspaper that makes us tired it is the practice of some that tell us that we must not say anything about this or that thing that has happened There are two sides to every question and it would be a very easy matter to formulate a reason why a paper should not report everything The Misses Mount entertained the Tuesday afternoon club in honor their attractive guests Misses Arabel la and Margaret Bogie They also en tertained a number of young couples Monday evening at cards Both the entertainments were greatly enjoyed by all present The home was deco rated with potted plants and garlands of roses and delightful refreshments were served McRoberts Mr John J McRoberts aged 69 years for a number of years cashier of the First National Bank of Stanford died Saturday morning at bis home in Stanford Funeral services were con ducted Sunday afternoon by Rev J L Yandell The deceased was one of the most highly respected and promi nent men in his community and bad many friends in this county who re gret to bear of his death He was a distant cousin of Mr R E McRoberts of this place and a brother to Judge Peter M McRoberts who served here as special Judge at the last term of Circuit Court He leaves a wife and one daughter to whom much sympa thy is extended New Sanitarium The Doctors of the town held a meeting last Saturday night and have about decided to have a large uptc date Sinilarium in Lancaster The arrangements have not yet been made nor has it been decided where it will locatedThis indeed be a great help to Laucaseer aad we trust that the Doc tors will keep busy and not rest untill they have one of the best Sanitariums in this part of the State It is a shame that a bustling town like has for so long a time been without a place to properly care sick It is a conceded fact that a sick person cannot be properly cared for in the average home The most that can be done is to telegraph for a nurse and then part of the time the sick are dead before the nurse arrives from Lexington or Louisville We desire to impress upon the minds of the people of this county the absolute necessity of having a and of having it run properly f f on he rk suitable oclo k groom s in forth Sanitarium I I I Friday I r Society supper igbt o Mrs enjoyable o Lancaster Goes to Plneville Miss Lilian Etta Sanford will not return to teach at the Graded next year having accepted a position- in the school at Pineville She has made an excellent teacher and friends regret that she will not return to serve our school another term For McCreary We quote below a part of a letter received by the editor from a good Democrat in our county I suggest to the Democratic Com mitte of Garrard County that they call a mass meeting and endorse the Hon James B McCreary for Govern We want a man that can win and in my mind McCreary is the man Raise In Assessment of 10 percent The State Board of Equalization raise in assessment of Gar rard county 10 per cent on all prop erty including personal and real es tate The proposed raise of 20 being reduced by the State Board after our representatives and talked the case over with that body Garrard county will pay about 6 000 more taxes by reason of the raise Court Day Last Monday was county court day and a good crowd was in town but business was a little slow Mr Richard Ross of Madison bought 75 hogs at 9ic These were the onlv hogs on the market Cattle sold at 5Jc per pound There were 100 on the market and 50 of them sold About 100 sheep were at the stock pens and half of them sold Mr J W Bourne sold a cow and calf for 45 00 and Brus of Bryantsville sold one for 85200 Ruble Bros also sold M W Rogers of Madison a pair of mules for 300 and sold a mare and colt for 94 N W Rogers sold to W M Moban a mare for 130 The will of Mrs Margaret Boyle was probated She left her property to her three daughters and sen Nat W I Williams as master commis sioner sold 153 acres of land known as the Mrs Ann Broaddus farm to Jas I Hamilton at 4650 per acre and a tract of 32 acres near McCreary to Pat Sutton 23 acres at 5250 and 9 acres at 54 25 School Notes Dr W J Grinstead of Richmond will preach the Commencement ser mon at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning The address will be delivered by Dr J J Tigert president of Kentucky Weseyan College Winchester Ky The grades one to seven will give a program Monday afternoon at 230 The eighth grade exercises will be on Tuesday afternoon The Seniors as sisted by some of the high school pu pils will render a program Wednesday afternoon The graduates for this year are Fannie Tinder Annie Elkin Minerva Cox Martha Kav anaugh Gus Dunn and Ashley Swope Following is the program Monday May 30th 230 p m Chorus Picnic Party Primer and First Grade A Bird Play Second and Third Young Man Alice Rig ney Vinnetta Spoonamore Charlie Elmore and Kittens Mary Owsley Dialogue Mice at Play Fourth Grade Pupils Quarrel Ruth Carrier and Woodrufi Williams Recitation Knee deep in Will Rice Amon Chorus Vacation Little girls Pantomime Little story of the five pigs Sixth and seventh glade Contest of the flowers Sixth and Seventh grade girls Tuesday May 31st 230 p m Johnson Bernie Lear Recitation Virginues Daughter Marie Ballard Angel and I are out Lucian Grant Recitation Betsy Destroys the Pa pers Patty Anderson Song Helen Young the Mischief Eliza beth Collier Margaret Arnold Brown Mary Hollzclaw Nannie B Herring Patsy Kinnaird Queer Visitor Eliza Class Recitation Robert of Sicily Mary Clay Williams June 1 230 p m Class Wireless Dunn Piano Daet Mary Johnston and Bernie Lear Stories from the German Fannie Tinder Vocal Duet Helen Young and Frank Tinder The University the training camp Ashley Swope Piano Adams The American Flag Minerva Cox The Chambered Nautilus Martha Kavanaugh Piano Tinder and Kathleen Walter Partton Terrells Legacy Annie Margaret Elkin Dialogue The School Master Hol bert Bastin John McRoberts Gus Dunn Song Senior 1 ber- manv percent appeared Margaret GradesTrioThe RecitationBabies DuettThe June MusicMary MusicAn RecitationBetsy PlayTruth Bessie RecitationA CoxChorusExcelsior ChorusClassWednesday SongSenior TelegraphyGus SoloMattie DuetFannie c for fixed the Ruble Commencement Class a 7iXt Received Payment I desire to say that my granary which burned on May 10 1910 was insured with Beazley Haselden On May 20 1910 I received check for 1800 the full amount of mv insur ance carried with them I take pleas ure in recomrmndiug these gentlemen and the company they represent to any one desiring insurance for their courteous treatment and prompt ad justment and payment of claims Leslie T Bradshaw Memorial Day The 30th of May will come on Mon day This is a day that we should al j ways remember We should scatter flowers over the graves of the dead and give thanks to God and to our country for the blessings which we en joy We will soon be sleeping in the city of the dead so while we live let us set apart this day for the purpose of paying respect to these who have gone before in the service of the country as citizens and warriors Another telegram received from Waco Texas reported that Mr John M Grand died on Wednesday morn ing at 8 oclock after receiving a stroke of paralysis The deceased was a resident of this county for many years his wife who was so well and favorably known here was formerly Miss Maggie Lusk He was 69 yeais old and is survived by two sons Sam and J Lin and one daughter Miss Maggie Tally Orand To them much sympathy is extended for their to their father was ever tender and beautiful The burial was in the city of Waco beside his wife who died about twenty years ago Cracks At Creation Did you know That the comet flew the track and lost its tail That the recent freeze blighted the hopes of the potato bug for a short while and they can now be seen sit ting on the fences waiting for the second crop That the Ladies Military Band will be great many persons who visit the fair primarily to hear the music will not be disappointed That we will have a great crowd at the fair but you wont get lost for Jim Toad West in stentorian tones will yell this way please to every good looking lacy he sees That James A Beazley the comet of vaudeville will return to the scene 3f his former conquest at the Court House May 27th after a starring tour throughout the State in Blundering Billie The bill suporting Mr Beaz ley is an impressive one including such feature acts as wont you please hand me the poker and something has happened to my gal That Joe Butts Haselden is a com median the like of which has not been seen since Joe Jefferson died He has added to his already extensive repertoire Blundering Billie and wont make any mistake this time That for ways that are dark and tricks that are vain Sing Loy Is pe culiar We hear now that he wants a farm aboutfour miles on the Lexing ton pike That we have noticed the flour bed in the Court House yard and think it quite an improvement over empty the good work go on That Ware McRoberts has joined the Dream Builders Association I am dreaming of days gone by sung in a minor chord touches the right spot in heart That Little Bugs Tomlinson is negotiating for a lot on Lexington street Buggs is a fine fellow and I think he will make good if he dont get in jail That Jake Robinson doesnt look as pale as he did he is getting accustom ed to our climate That John Farra has been In Louisville the past week Its a toss up who travels the most he or Jim Hatcher That you should begin to get ready for the Lancaster Fair We are to have a Teddy Roosevelt Merry GoRound Ponies are too slow for some so you can throw reserve to the winds and ride a lion or a tiger That John E Stormes bas just re ceived several rare and valuable hides of animals shot by a friend who the Roosevelt expedition He has them at his store and would be glad to show them to his friends That Jim Smith Billy Ball and Ira Holtzclaw were too late making appli cation for courting lessons as Prof Currey closes his class June 2nd That a trip to Mrs in an Aeroplane promises to be one of the most pop ular attractions at the Lancaster fair That Tinker Anderson can easily be called The live wire of our town He is marvelouslv conversant with not only what goes on in Lancaster but Danville and Stanford as well That the song cant miss that ball game is making quite a bit Chorus Icant miss that ball game Gee whiz its going to be immense the clock strikes three 1 ought to be Looking through the knot hole in the fence If you let me go today Ill never break another rule You can spank me till Im lame for I just cant miss the game So please tiont keep me in after school j I bottleslet J go- Ing accompanied I j f or S devotion his recuperating when 7- 5 j 53 f i K S S ra g fr 55 55 H z HM C J fJ J f 4 J 1 J J j I A J j j 1 1 1 j t J uULai fliGii WIWKI THAT GULTiVftTBS THE Genuine Malta Double Shovel Plows SELDEN BROS GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed WALKERPhone 181 Prompt Delivery DO YOU Want Any Work Done prepared to fix you up Steam and Hot Water Heating Guttering Roofing and Repairing- We appreciate your patronage McCarthy Doty Tin and Plumbing Shop 1JJ1 HW JW J10 V r o n7 I Q f I u DROWN MANlY I cc rfouccock ccIr S f I im s zt 1 1J zt 1 S i ooOOOOOc OOC I I D I OO OOOOOC OOc kooOOOOOc I I I I x I 1 I I r r t rsa z n ooooooeo rare I Buy the Bemis Tobacco Planter it will set your plants where others fail Plants live and grow better your tobacco will wrlpen earlier There are tea Bemis planters used where there is one of any other kind Sold br W J ROMANS 1 k i jIr t k ti CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED I ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR From The Land Of Now GREEN CLAY WALKER EdrPubr fntereA at the Post in teneantfr Ky at Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky May 27 191O Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est or individuals expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS ITarvev Helm of Liucoln County Practice What You Preach While we advise all business men t advertise and believe that busi ness success can be obtained in nu other manner we propose to practice what preach and therefore we our paper as one of the best local papers in this congressional dis trict journal which may be taken with the utmost confidence Its panes will never be soiled by any thing objectionable columns cannot be purchased for immoral announcements at any price It emphatically a local journal to be a home history of the living present No movement for the benefit of society will be allowed to pass unapproved but it will heartily second the efforts of any individual or class where their objects are for the improvement of the community financially and morally Any newspaper is the companion and friend of the family but the local paper is one identified with the of the home It is conducted by those whom you know Its columns are filled with what is of special value to you In its prosperity you have a vital interest and to its prosperity you can best contribute by giving your support aud patronage It is your neighbor Your duty is first to know your wants Is interests are your in terests It is your friend in prefer ence to any aud all others No or foreign paper can possibly have claims upon you until your duty is discharged to the local journal Of him wno says he can get a citv paper much lur er than his own local for the same amount of money we would irquir Do the city papers say an thirg about your county its climate water springs healthfulness soil product stockraising mills minerals schocls churches roads bridges or improvements Nothing Do they mention your meetings your town and county news and the other thousand and one matters of interest which your home paper publishes without paj Not much Do they ever say a word calculated to draw to your town or county and aid in bringing in im migrants and developing the wealth of your community Not a line And vet there are men who take such contracted views of the matter that unless they get as many square inches of reading matter in their own county paper as do in a city paper they think they are not getting the worth of their money Your local newspa per its own town does all it can to build up the place advance the interest of its citizens draw trade to the town put money into the pockets of the business men and add to the wellbeing of all Such a paper is to the liberal patronage from the town and community it works for Our columns will prove of great val ue to advertisers our subscription list enabling us to place the announce ments for our business men before a greater number and a better class of readers than can any other medium and at much less expense We shall give as much attention to this depart ment as to the reading matter ever striving to keep thorn fresh newsy aud attractive Our subscription rates will remain A local journal cannot com pete with the steam presses and im mense circulation of city dailies Our jubbing department is provided with a line of type and ornaments suitable for all commercial printing and we always keep on hand the best brands of paper stock etc All tiled expeditiously and satisfactorily and at reasonable prices We invite a call and promise to make any favors shown us to our patronp T Our Graduates Graduated Yes nearly every vil lage town and city at this commence ment season of the Institutions of learning bave graduates and on June 2nd two of young men and four of her joung ladies after many loB years of study will graduate with credit to themselves and to their school and teachers Many are the hopes and expectations centered in you hopes that society will be ele vated fmmorals corrected wrongs righted and places of better tiled Do you ask where your place The world is before you sad though it May seen crowded there are Mill many wants that it does not advertise toa oW a ruifc of ffUcanu bat wuttexist rad U Glee Jfail Matter and For Countv we It and its i any interests journal ther public gratis they columns orders will be beneficial Ir ai Second Crau R Y r advertise isa 4r advertising designed outside 7 c vorks for entitled unchanged Luncw tens many importance trifle are indeed very pressing and very real and your compensation will be as ample as you have brains pluck and energy to earn It The world wants graduates who are men enough to search out these places and make room for themselves it wants young women of sufficient selfreliance to bear the disappointment of not securing the first for which they appl most of all it wants character and it very wisely declines to accept a or school diploma as conclusive evidence of that Therefore we si lently whisper enter into your lfe work with right motives earnestness zeal and honesty of purpose and thor oughness that will satisfy yourself then others will be satisfied Realize the responsibilities which have come to you and assume them in groat humbleness and vet in true manli ness and bear in mind by your fruits ye shall be known For Effect The Georgetown News says Dur ing the last few days tobacco buyers have been offering Scott county grow ers from eleven to twelve cents for the 1910 crop of tobacco This most extraordinary and unusual proceed ing seems to us to be a significant straw to show which way the Tobacco Trust wind is blowing It does not take a wise philosopher to figure out the real cause of a before you grow it tobacco marker Anybody with ordinary intelligence can easily deter mine the cause and hoped fur effect Instead of being caught in such trap the in the Burley district should become more determined to get together t the tnd that Is made stronger the coming year than it has ever been The very fact of buyers getiiig into the field at this time to buy the 1910 crop is evident that the Burley Society has got them on the run Let the growers stand pat and it will be but a short while until Mr Trust will wake up and pay a reasonable price for both the and 1910 crops Civic Notes To make a beautiful town we must bet in uith the individual homes Each brick in a wall must be perfect to make the completed wall satisfac tory Just so each home must be in harmony with the whole plan By no means is it necessary that all houses should be large and pretentious- A house no ma t3r how simple if tastefully painted and yard cared for will be attractive Neither do we need rare shrubs or costly flowers clean sweet grass is sojthinj and restful to the eye Why is it that a rented house does not show the same care as one in which the owner lives A man who rents a house owns it for the time he lives in it and he certainly should not neglect it It is not just or fair to the man he rents from and it does not speak well for the man himself to weeds to overgrow paths and hide the fences Good pavements in a town are fine for the feet as well as for the eyes To the Civic Club I note with pleasure and interest the workings of the Civic Club and wish it Godspeed in its plans for beautifying the town but its atten tion should be called to the unsightly appearance of our otherwise beautiful thoroughfare leading into Lancaster as well Come with me half mile out on the Buckeye pike and let us see if there is not here work to be done This road has been a dumping ground for the citys refuse for years and this spring it seems as if the whole town has conspired the accumula tion of rubbish which is not only an offense to the eye but degrading to our good citizens who must travel this road to reach our market Tin cans old stoves aud stove pipe household litter of every description including bushels of letters paper etc which could easily and forever be disposed of by burning scattered in confusion by the eye sore the whole summer long The RECORD in its last issue makes mention of the thoughtlessness and injustice of the practice it is not thoughtlessness but contempt for the rights of the country people it most certainly is I am glad that the RECORDS attention has been en listed in our behalf and hope our good Editor will continue to wage war upon this nuisance til we are rid of this unsightly junk and our eyes and nostrils will be no more assailed and our visits to our thriving city become a pleasure and delight- I think no other visitors to Lancas ter have quite as much to endure anyway even with clean roads Nc torious Battle Row is always with us an aggregation of filth andsqualor a menace to health and safety Avenue which promised a rev ce from Urn when open ed has not materialized into a boule vard and we must travel the beaten track even though it leads us through the most disreputable portion of Gar rard county Instead of the and exhilarating influences of a goAndthe Civic Club if you bave any June diction in this matter lend us a help ing hand and we will be most grate fully yours for evermore- A long suffering Citizen BRYANTSVILLE Several of the farmers have been setting out their tobacco plants Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington WM the week end guest of his brother pmif ion I organization toswell promiscuous waysidean Hamilton quarter college growers IOU allow almost Ui just humiliation beautifying j rtx3 9 Dr W M Elliott Mrs Ellen Poor Mrs W R Cook and Miss Margaret Conk of Lancas ter were the guests of Miss Eliza Ison Saturday Mr and Mrs J C will go to Louisville Friday for a short visit Mrs Eliza Ballard and Miss Mamie Ballard will go to Lexington next week to attend the commencement exercises at State University where Mr Bryan Ballard is a member of the class Miss Margaret Tones of Indianapc lis is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Mary Berkle Mrs Taylor Burdette entertained a number of friends at dinner Sunday Mr Welch Farlee of Cincinnati was at home for a short visit with bis father Mr J W Farlee Mr and Mrs J C Williams and children were in Danville last week visiting Mrs Frank Campbell Mr and Mrs Dan Cheatham of Wilmore visited his parents Mr and Mrs Ft le Cheatham Sunday Mr Joseph Bryant spent Sunday in CincinnatiMr was in Lexington last week where he went to consult an occulisr Dr B C Rose and Mr Hogan attended the Carnival at Dan villeQuite a number of tobacco barns are being built in this vicinity Among those who are building are G A Bowling and Mrs Belle BUCKEYE Mrs Floyd Curtis and children of Paint Lick visited her mother Mrs Jennie Broaddus last week Mr and Mrs Jess Sanders and family visited relatives here the first of the week Misses Fiossie Mae Sutton Katie and Mayme Dickerson and Mr and Mrs Jess Hill were guests of Mrs N K Bogie of Teatersville Thursday night Mrs Cecil Broadus spent several days last week with her parents in Madison county Mr and Mrs Bert Moberlv of Midi son county were guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Owen East Sunday night Miss Agnes Mles entertained a Timber of her young very j oasantly Wednesday night Mrs R I Burton her parents ilr and Mrs John P Longof Cottoi burg Saturday and Sunday BUENA VISTA Mrs John Scutt has returned from Lawrenceburg where she has been visiting Mr Charles Scott and family Mrs Van Note has returned to her home after a delightful visit to rela tivesMrs Hugh S Christopher visited her parents in Lexington last week Misses Lucretia and Mary and Mr Archie Skinner will return home from Valparaiso where they have been taking the spring course Miss Alice Scott is at home again after a visit to friends in Lexington Mr J B Ruble bought about sixty five head of sheep from C S Robinson of Mercer Price unknown Miss Florence Christopher is teach ing a spring school in Pollys Bend Mrs John Daugherty of Lexington has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J T Christopher W LDOUCLAS 400 Fa lee Perk i 11S friends vi ied a Williams graduating Ballard SHOESBest UNION MADE I Boys Shoes 2OO amf 250 I dox500 Fast Color Eyelets Used W Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes If you have been paying high prices for your shoes the next time youneed m pair give W L Douglas shoes good in every way as those that have pricesIffactories at Brockton Mass and see for yourself how carefully W Douglas shoes are you would then understand why they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other makes W L Douglas name and price ison the bottom to protect the wearer nigh prices and inferior Tuke No SntmtiDouglas are not for tale in your gcinitj write for Order Catalog J W SMITH L yourfootwear L W L shoes EQB SALEJIY Coal FORSALE Cheap For Cash or Produce Fresh Clean Eggs 1 6to 16ic Hens I2c Ducks 10 to i lets to Sets Turkeys 10 to I2Cts Just received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot 1 Ito Geese4 4 r 1Bg Jorthcott1s f We have just received a large line of Deering Farminglmplements Osbourne Cutting Harrows Columbus Wagons Kauffman Buggies and in fact everything needed on the farm See our line of Stoves and Ranges White House and Buster Brown Shoes Men and Boys Suits Carpets and Druggets to fit any room at prices to please you Becker Ballard Co Bryantsville Ky X lljJfjlI tJYtliJlijl Jllifli i GOODS I r n 9 I I I 1 J i I t 1 Co YliJflFJfiiX Xffffj1 o New Ij o oho o 0 0o F IF YOU ROLL UP COAL like a snowball it would be fine for you and tough on us But as you cannot perform such a miracle do the next best thing Get the very best and most coal you can for the i iIi COULD- I Ie 1 f III I least money That will be accomplished by ordering fiom us Our coal is the best mined and you dont have to pay for an ounce of slate or dirt with it Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing 11 I If ill IJ I IJ I rI a JjjKi D If your husband realized how helpful the Hoosier Cabinet is he would never have you do without it Over 300000 delighted women includ ing your neighbors have named it The Easy Way to Easy Work It saves thousands of teps by all your supplies in one place It saves hours of time every day by cutting down the useless trips around your kitchenIt saves supplies by numerous handy and economical devices It saves your kitchen work from be coming a bore and a burden Doyourself the justice to how this wonderful cabinet works Begin saving time and energy this hot weatherThe price is a trifle Easy terms grouping I see PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public auction at Nun nelleysStock Stanford on FRIDAY and MAY 27 and 28 A lot of hogs cattle sheep farming irnfrfenrents and in fact lots of afnan needs pn a farm If you are looking fox some choice bar gains dont miss this ale If you have any thing to sell let us W H Fields W M Duncan J T Morris E3 We ask the parents to bring the boys to our store for their NEW CLOTHES We are showing some splendid values that we HI guarantee to give good service We have se lecteil 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 G you come to buy or merely to investigate CSat 1 Jas W Smith SinS TURDAY nice ho cows everything ow l filJlajgL fii jm CLOTHING Par The BOYS I I lil I ffiJ m riJ frtlrHi1mii rrtf 1 t s L r POINT A ITOJ in the Garrard Bank and you will point out a man who doesnt have t lie awake at nfcht wondering if leis money is sate does he keep worrying if that last remittance has gone astray lie knows the Garrord Bank Trust is tne safest place for his money and that the loss or destruction of a check dues not mean a less of money Do you pay by check II CC I Neither C i ades The shades that will make any poarch livable an enjoyable place for dining reading sewing or lounging They are decorative to a mansion and cheap enough for the smallest cottage Fix this fact firmly in your mind that Vudor Porch Shades are immeasurably better in every way than the ordinary flimsy bamboo screens you have been accustomed to see and doubtless reason for they give little protection and barely last one season in good conditionVudor Shades are nimbly ornamented and hold shape cleancut edge and color No paint to wear or 11 eke off but stained In a variety of soft tones to harmonize with prevailing house colors They are easily put up er taken down always in working order ano extremely durable II I dislikewith I HURTLancaster Everything for the Home Fc G Kentucky J 1 r t of showing the prettiest and most varied line of at the most reasonable prices that have ever been displayed in our city We are pleased to show you and when you pay us a visit do not fail to see them New creations in our Ladies ReadyToWear Depart ment Having sold many Carpets Mattings Rugs Etc to the early March housecleaners we have just replenished our stock with new and desirable Merchandise and we invite your inspection The Joseph Mercantile Company 1 e P 1 e 11E K z E IS 55EE liS z IS 11 I c s E Guilty a w 7 z C t 1i r We have a beautiful selection ana stick of Commencement Gifts Frisbies Drug Store 1iJmtlill ffiillii WifiriMtifft large c oOo y 0 0O K j7- I i- l r- r4 a we Spring Fashion K EXHIBIT OF n 1- Fleisher Clothing j of all that best in correct apparel for men We invite everybody to call and see the New Spring and Summer styles Its a gathering no eye can rest upon without gleaming with pleasure j Here are fashions very latest and best creations offered for the inspec approval we all a careful discriminating dressers I were never more attractive 1 B 0 jg tionand hope of styles 0 0 C 0W 0 O OxOx0 Ox0FJ0Ix0 e isNewest and patterns were never more pleasing and we can emphatically state our values will sur prise all who examine the goods We have put forth our greatest efforts and spared no pains to gather together the best of everything men or boys wear from Hats to Shoes the products of the countrys foremost makers of goods in our lines have been carefully and thorough ly examined we now have on display here I i i i c I for your benefit The cream of them all NEW Everything NEW I We offer you values which we know are worthy of your preference goods that will insure your permanent patronage and lead you at all times to associate our store with dependable merchandise You can prove to your own satisfaction that our goods are all we claim for them by wearing one ofour spring suits You can have your money back ifthey do not satisfy t When it comes to prices our I are not in it IH T Logan I Lancaster Kentucky L I ors cC f eliI1e l corn 5 s M I S Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those W Arc In Little Miss Cecil Batson is ill tonsilitis Mrs W S Carrier visited Richmond relatives this week Mrs Mary Taylor has returned from a visit to Sharpsburg Miss Ella Henry has been visiting relatives in Richmond Mrs Luther Glbbs is in Lexington for a stay of several weeks S FT Haselden left Wednesday for a business trip to Lexington Miss Mfirgurite Kinnaird was in Lexington this week on a visit Miss Bessie Yantis of Stanford is visiting Mrs Henly V Bastin Mrs McCorkle of Nicholasville is the guest of Mrs C M Ballou Mr and Mrs T B Walker return ed home Friday from Richmond Mr Lewis Herndon of Louisville was in town last Sunday and Monday Mrs W I Steele of Nicholasville is visiting her sister Mrs T B Walker Miss Goode of Hustonville is the guest of her sister Miss Grace Goode Messrs John M Farra and R L Elkin are in Cincinnati for a few daysMiss Sallie Tillett visited her brother Mr Joshua Tillett in Mesdames W S Carrier and Wm Champ were visitors in Danville Mr and Mrs Spoonamore of Lin coln are with Mr and Mrs Wesley ZanoneMrs Bush of Richmond has been a recent visitor os Rev and Mrs O P Bush Joe Price was the guest of Danville relatives the past week and enjoyed the Miss Mary Elmore of Richmond is here with her parents Mr and Mrs J W Elmore Mrs Wm Blakeman of Madison county is visiting her daughter Mrs R S Brown Miss Susie billion of Crab Orchard has been the recent guest of Miss Rella Arnold James Moore of Danville is here visiting his aunts Misses Martha and Salie Tillett Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond has been the guest of her cousin Mibs Frank Kauffman Mrs Carrie Davidson is at home from a visit to her daughter Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond Mrs n M Ballou is at home again after a visit to Mr and Mrs Will Gaines of Stanford Mrs C D Powell has returned from Cincinnati where she was called by the illness of her sister Mr Marsh of Lexington was here Monday measuring for the new car pet at the Baptist church Miss Della Rice Hughes made a visit of several days to her grandmother Mrs Sutton of Marksbury Dr and Mrs John Harris of Rich mond are guests of the latters mother Mrs Susie Leavell Miss Katharine Harris of Stanford came Tuesday foi a visit to her Mr and Mrs Harris Miss Jennie Lackey attendee the funeral of her cousin Mr John Mc Roberts at Stanford Sunday Mrs J B Paxton and bright little son James are expected this week for a visit to Mr and Mrs A C Robin Mrs Ed Smith sister Miss Jes sie Doty of Richmond are guests of their sisters Misses Emma and Lucy Doty of I I l f f f carLi val son I I i A tr e Ii i t Danville Saturday grandparents a and d e Miss Ella Thompson has returned to her borne in Boyle after a pleasant visit with her cousin Miss Hallie Brown West of Jessamine and William II West of Madison visited their brother Alex West the first of week Mrs L G Davidson and little son Robert leave shortly for a visit to Mr and Mrs Homer W Batson of LouisvilleMrs C Simpson and little daugh ter Elizabeth Logan and Miss Kath rine Simpson were in Lexington on business Wednesday Mrs S E Haselden and sons J R and Samuel Duncan left Wednes day for a visit to Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan of Nicholasville- R E Hughes wife and little daugh ter Margaret of Louisville are here for a to the families of Messrs J W MiLler and D Hughes Mrs R E McRoberts and Miss Sal lie Elkin were with Stanford Eriday and attended a reception given by Mrs Thomas Shanks to meet Mrs Carrol Shanks jElder J W hardy of SsBb lgr Tenn was a visitor in Lancaster Sat urday and Sunday and filled pul pit at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Mesdames Rebecca West and Farra Mr Alex Dotv and daugh ter Miss Mary were present at Dan vine Friday at the unveiling of the Confederate Monument Misses Arabella and Margaret Bogie two of Mt Sterlings most attractive young ladies returned to their home Tuesday after a weeks visit to Misses Joan and Margaret Mount Immediately after school closes Prof Bridges Misses Brashear Mason Smith Fleetwood and Robinson will leave for a six weeks term at the summer school of the south at Knox ville Tenn The following attended the Carni val dance at Danville last Friday eve ning Misses Arabella and Margaret Bogie Joan Mount and Messrs J L Gill R W McRoberts Green Clay Walker Dave Thomas J H Kinnaird Will Denny and Carleton Elkin Mesdames C C Brown and James B Kinnaird go as delegates Wednes day to the Federation of the Womans Club at Frankfort Others who will attend are Mesdames R E McRot erts J A Amon T J Price Wm B Cook and Miss Altie Marksbury John T I I r I she visit relatives the Fannie GOING AFTER THE You seed something to clean disinfect KRESO DIP will do the work SAFESURE INEXPENSIVEEASY We have a special on PoItry Call or write for oae IfUMcRokits r LieE spy booklet lit T r- A f hK WHY NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW BLEAZUY UASLEN IOffice National Bank ofLancaster Phone 3- LCORTRffiHhiil ARE FIRE PROOF I 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 building And last of all they make the handsomest roof and are not expensive Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa THEy will not burn Will not split or curl like wood shingles tItMNtJAtoJVW I You Get The Best 1 Of The I Bargain when you buy our Flour 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 much better are your bread cakes and pastry Next time you need FLOUR order WHITE SWAN Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop I how 1 UIJ Why MM We Be Well Pleased when our efforts to serve the public with DRY GOODS of the better sort are so generously and increasingly Why Shouldnt You Be Well Pleased J when we continue to offerjust the right styles and prices C in Dry Goods at a little less than the right price judged by ordinary standards Look at these see the quality Black Silk Petticoats big values 398 If Few Patterns Foulard Silks left close at 59cts J Yard wide Home Spun all new shades f nice Suits Dress es was 25cts yard now 1 Sets 1000 yards Bleach Cotton Sets yd Shipment of Voile Skirts Fall Styles just received White Elephant Store I i ill pricescome I I I I and Childrens advance i i I I recognized V i forLadies U J PURE ICE CREAM packed in ICF arid delivered to your door at 35cts per quart 60 cents per half gallon per gallon s Jt z tS11S Z11 SS 1VIS 1 I I 100 R 9 i It Is- s i Pure itk i9x h Its Cream 1 r r 11t t t 1 1 All- Y r GIVE IT A TRIAL Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster Ky SS n3JW J J WALKER President ORGANIZED 1883 J S JOHNSON Vice Prest JIM Of LANCASTER KV CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier V O SIGNJSJT Asst Oash1r C D WALKER Bookkeeper J J WALKEII Ju Asst BookKeeper F Business Solicited Yompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Ar d Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker Having installed a new and upto date El ECTRIC MOTOR PLKN1NG MILL with latest improved machinery we are prepared to furnish you at reasonall1 prices any kind of Fancy Planing Mill Work Door and Screens Etc Also Rough and Dressed Lumber Laths Cement Estimates furnished on bills promptly THE CRESCENT LUMBER CO Incorporated Danville Phone GOO DANVILLE KY When you think of building see the Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK Capitai Surplus and Undivided Profits 2700000 We solicit your business and offer absolute security to all We Do Not Borrow by Paying Interest on Deposit We are here to stay We need your business We are active accurate coui thousand will please you Try OFFICERS E L Woods President W C Fish Vice President O T Terrill Asst Cashier DIRECTORS Marion Coy R L Arnold J B Woods K G Guyn J S Burrows W C Wynn E L Woods W C Fish Automobiles AGENTS FOR E Mf 30 125000 Tlanders20 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 60 V 01stln I c s X 1 r fT flflSr m qlmIzu TIOn I 114 d P id i E b C A Arnold S S Window a JV fi 4 4 4 i Danville Lum er Manufacturing J II II UFo W G Kemper Cashier II I III I I I- III II I II l H H8isioy Pre R h Y Y YSa13wlLIl7a 11ills lIlH U T1tt1 7 tin x is a NNNNNN Co1 Ne N M MiiIA t Mrs Adeline Burchtll and daugh ter with Mrs Luther Baney Mr and Mrs Ed Daily of Buckeye spent Tuesday with Mrs Bunch Ray and family Misses Ida and ZUa Sparks were the guests of Misses Ethel and Lida f Ella spent Sunday Lpd SimpsonMr Grow of Crab Orchar spent Sunday with his brother Mi Newton Grow Mr and Mrs Jesse Simpson are juicing over the anival of a 7 porn girl on the 19th Mr and Mrs Kirbv spent Sunda with her sister Mrs Sam Cotten c Teatersville r s General News Mrs Mary Duncan Gibson widow of the late Hart Giwm died at her home id Favette county Sunday She was a victim of valvular heart trouble Salt Lake City Utah was rocked by an earthquake early Sunday morning seismic disturbance lasted about thirty seconds Only minor damage was none GifTird Pinchot the former Chief forester of the United was a passenger on board the Arab ic which saied for New York from Liverpool Sunday President Taft Mrs Taft Mr Rooseveit King George of England President Diaz of Mexico and Jennings Bryan were made lire mem bers of the Worlds Sundayschool As sociation at Washington The of an electric launch in the Ohio River at Cincinnati Sun day afternoon resulted in the loss of one life and the miraculous escape of five others Edward Butke 30 years of age a clerk in the Baltimore and Ohio railroad ollices was drowned A New York polceman risked his life Saturday ro save about 200 per sons when he seized a bomb with a lighted fuse can ied it to the gutter and dipper it iito a puddle of water The exjlosive was found at the door of an Italian barber shop in a building housing about 200 persons By a vote of forty eiht to sever teen delegates to the National Social istic Congress in Chicago determined to refrain from voting where their party nominees have been eliminated at the primaries through the of the commission form of governments Internal revenue receipts conti jue to show 1 ig increases over last year For April the receipts were 397137 which is 2209057 more than in Apri1 of 1901 There were increases of SI 020 305 in spirits 092051 in tocaccc and 103522 in fermented liquor From the tax on cigaretts there was an increase of 200528 A report of a conversation which Emperor William had with M Pinch on ia London reproduced in Paris states that the Emperor was exceed ingly cordial toward the French For cign Mtuster and told the latter that the great powers in the interest of humanity should remain closely unit and form a pacific confederation V movement was begun in Chicago i provide automobiles for veterans vho wish participate in the Memo rial day parade but for whom the marching is too strenuous a task Old soldiers who have been unable for to imi the ranks of their com h IS expected to be in line next Monday as a result of the innovation general assembly of the Presbyterian Church at Lewi burg W Va agreed upon a complete reorganization of the church work designed to put it on a business basis The general assembly of the teriiiii the United States considered a resolution calling upon Gov Gillett of California to stop the JeffriesJohnson tight on July 4 Court Jacques a grand son of the late Fredinand de Lesseps crossed the English channel from Calais to Dover in an aeroplane The journey occupied iity minutes Bleriots time was thirty three minutes when he made the first trip July 25 last M de Lesseps making the trip from Calais to Muer and return without alighting but the mist compelled him to dr Capitalists from Alabama Illinois Ohio and Tennessee are to spand over one million dollars in making Dauphin Island south of Mobile one of the greatest coal ports along the gulf coast The organization was formed at and among the 1111 provements will be the building of a railroad to connect with the and Ol i and Louisville and road The company has a total acreage of 2900 and will reclaim 500 more by drainage The main tent of the Barnum Bailey circus caught fire at Schenec tady N Y Saturday afternoon when the great canvaswalled iuclosure was crowded with 15000 patrons and j burned completely within less than an hour A panic started at the first and in an instant thousands were ergnged in a mad scramble fur the exit 0 ie woman was jijme1 but nut severely Hundreds fainted and were carri d rut by the policemen I lineman and show people J STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS J May 2 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 64 f33 Shipments 15 lUG 321 CATTLE shippers Butcher steers extra 700725 Good to choice 625 7 00 il Common to fair 4 25 015 Heifers extra 71C7 Good to choice 6 25 7 00 Common to fair 3 2oC 00 Cows extra 5 75 0 0 Good to choice Common to fair 2505W canners 2 253 50- I Bulls balogutts 5 10 5 75 Extra j s a5- I Fat balls 5 50 C 00 CALVES extra 87 Fair to good 7 25 S 50 Common and large 4 i 7 25 HOGS good packers and butchers 0 CO 9 05 Mixed packers 1 55gu 65 Stags C 60 7 85 Common to choice heavy fat sows 7 75 8 75 Light shippers 509 05- Pigs 110 lbs and less 8 To 9 65 SHEEP extra Good to choice 4 504 90 Common to fair 3 00 4 40 7 LAMUS extra 8 75- f Good to 7 75 860 wiou to fait 050 7 05 I The Stilts mel f i i I I t I Pre br Church In de Lesseys t I intended I I I llirllliu him II Nashville I I r lIVE I 2871 6 4050 I I r 5 10Q 565 r d r d 5 00 Co I 5 lti it lam capsizing operation municipal year The Southern Saturday seen d Mobil outcry t I 1 c I 9 choice g ter R Farm and Stock Science in the poultry yard Is all right but common sense is Give the calves a clem lock of blight clover or mixed hay every day You will be surprised how soon they will begin to eat it The feed question is the Important and dominating in the dairy It is the piiicipil expense and practical plan of reducing the ex pense reduces the profits Give charcoal to your fowls It has a tendency to keep them in health Corn on the cob thoroughly scorched will furnish charcoal in as good a form as there is Feed i1 freely INO harm can come from it More and more poultry breeders are realizing that the hatcbin season should be extended all through Miy and well into June In fact many tell us that they raise them more in June than in April They may not mature quite so early but they are easier produced- A prominent railroad official at At linta who keeps in touch with the peach situation in Georgia and who has jlstcimpletefl an estimate of the peach for this season figures that the movement from south and middle Georgia will Util about 2800 cats and 800 to JOO cars from north Georgia At the sale of Jersey cattle held last week by Thomas E Kenny Frankfort Ky sixtythree head of registered Jerseys brought a total of 8000 or an average of 141 a head Ihe highest price was paid by B II Bull Son of Ontirio Canada for the cow Aristocratic Fannie Ore finely bred suckling calf sold for 300 An orchard of 65000 apple trees in Kansas destroyed recently it was found that the soil was not adapted to growing fruit Before so large a number of trees tbi5 alMmportait matter should have been investigated In the famous Flood river Oregon it is said that no orchard yet has faied The soil is of volcanic formation and is ex actly suited to apple culture The Kentucky State authorities have been from Washington account of the existence of scab among sheep all sheep must be dipper before they can be shipped out of the State This must be done at points where Federal inspection is maintained is at present the only point prepared hut othtr shipping points will no doubt install the necessary facilities and inspectors will be detailed for them Prof P G Holden of Iowa shows what benetit to his State just one more ear of corn to each hill on every corn field would be He says If one more little ear of corn to each 1 i were added it would mean a half million dollars more for of the ninety nine counties of State Ten bushels more of corn to each acre planted would make 30000 000 more to be added to the total of Iowas wealth each year Our pres ent average yield for Iowa is only 35 bushels to the acre The cause for this poor yield is barren seed corn and the remedy is the testing of every ear to be planted and the selection of the best seed corn for planting The Secretary of Agriculture has s lasted Mr Eugene Grubb to make investigations of potato cul ture abroad Mr Grubb will not only visit Ireland but France Spain Ger many and the Netherlands Accord lug to statistics of the Department the American farmer does not get more than eighty or ninety bushels of potatoes per acre while in Europe they get more than 200 bushels Mr Grubb is going to endeavor to find out what is wrong with potatoes in Amer ica At the present time we are im porting 20000000 bushels of potatoes from Europe which should and can raised in this country The people of Europe are willing to ship them to us because we can afford to pay more for them than can be obtained at home Women Women who suffer from female ailments frequently neglect their trouble till a general breakdo wafollows wait till your case is as bad as that take Cardni fa time It is a sale reliable edfciief r all womei Mrs Rena Rare of Pierce Fla tried and alter ward wrote was a suf ferer from all sorts of fe had pain in my side drawing pains fa my leis sot sleep had SMrmess if I years un til ny hssbacd insisted ea y trying Cardni The first gave nc relief aid w I am almesi well Try Cardui will help yMJ- E4S I ole tiny was bE- cause plan in val on everyone I extensive bee CARDUI Car ui I IDle tro It better business economically troll notified that Louisville th DOA t 6Ie suffered fee HUBBLE Mis Levisa Harris who has been HI j at Stanford is thought to be improv ing and her many hope it will not be long uuii she can home Bonn Lee McKechnie and Thurmond K Tudor have returned home from Paris where they have been attending Commencement at Bourbon Cdleyc Misses and Jean McKechnie will return hone fn rn Paris where they have been attending Bourbon College Mr L C King is on the sick Mr John Chrisman sold a mare for 100 W II Duneuan sold his hay to BaJ hman Co at 15 per toP The Methodist Sunday School will have a childrens sertfcu the 12th of June and a ititeresliHjj program to be rendered Mss Jones has returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs S B Sanders Mr Grover Rivers of Louisville is with his sister Mrs W J Spoon more Miss Julia Kenton will return home Thursday from Barbourville where she has been attending Union College Mrs J L Sloan hs returned from Lexington where she has been visiting her sistir Mrs Clarence Miss Mary Rankin vitiatg her cousin Miss Alias Rinkin at Stanford this week and attending commence went Miss Mtry of Whites Sta Lion is the guest of Miss Nannie Campbell Mr Ed Wines of Richmond was in our town List Sunday Miss tie has for her visitors Miss Brandenburg of near Richmond and Misses Combs of OVK countyProtracted services began at the Methodist church last week and will be held at night this week only Several friends had the pleasure of enjoyinga bountiful dinner with Mr and Mrs W G ICeinper Miss Ethel Estridge who attended Baptist at Barbourville last term is at home for her vacation Misses Ethel and Sallie Woods who attended Institute tit Ric mood are at home M iss Ethel was ore of the graduates Dr II J P t ick and O N Terriell were guests of Miss Adams at a dinner at the Kengailan Hotel Sunday evening After several weeks visit to Mr Joe McCormack Mr and Mrs Good loc and Mrs McCormack have taken rooms Mrs Reynolds at the Dr Ramsey place While looking for the comet one night last Dan Reynolds saw a strange object moving about in air that he thought was an air It is now believed certainly to been the air ship wLi h is said to have passed over Kentucky last week Mrs George B Colson is quite sick Mr James Bell and sun Ira have been visiting the of B T Luusfod and William Ranke Mr J J Smith of Rockcastle has has been vi i ing his son Kendal Smith near here Master Willie C White who has been attending school at Stanford has been quite sick Rev F D Paimeter pastor of the M E church at this place will preach Sunday at 11 a in and at night We only hava services at this church on the fifth Sundays Mr W P White has been a suffer er from a carbuncle for the past few days Mr S D Carpenter sold some of Crab Orchard at Mr James I White of Arizona has been visiting the families of Messrs W P and Robert C White Faroats moving picture show Saturday night but owing to the rain only a small crowd was in attend anceMisses Carrie Naylor and Tisa Bell were visiting Miss Jennie Rtchardson Mr Thomas Lunsfold bought a sow and pigs from J II Thompson for 2750Mr Ben Lunsford delivered hogs to W U Brown which sold some time ago at 8 cents Mr J M Cress is having M J F Shaw the carpenter build new to his residence Mr John Bell and wife and Miss Zula Naylor were visiting Mr and Mrs Levi Bell Sunday last Mr John Blankenship of Etowah Tenn has been visiting his father Mr Henry Blankeuship who is quite ill Mr Thomas Naylor wife and have been visiting his father Mr John Naylor Mr R G a lot of butch er stuff to Mr B D llollzclaw at 5 centsMr Walter Jordan has been Corbin to visit his father Rev Jordan Mrs Jordan will return from Corbin next week Mr J P Ballard sold a sow and ten pigs to Robert McAlister for 70 some stock hogs to same party at luic and some to Mr Dishon at lOc Mr R G Pettus sold some steers for tall delivery to BD 4 l4c Mound City Paints may cost a more bull C C J E Stormes i j e is I I iuds return 5 list Big Alcoru i Gel t ude i u iUa Ball Treadway I Ie I last Saturd Ir Sallie h wee Ir thee PftEAUHEnSVILIJ to Gus Geizel 3 25 a elli Pettus up Robert HuH zcla w I t e Ii Jc she Their clap C Withers PAINT iitl let Cu Lie T raison Gaili ni shi hay 4 families co where we ehil sold t S trill tore YOULL FIND IT IN Trig COLUMN Sell to Currey Just opened a fr flt of Lownejs Candy 34tf K Zminer Try a can of apple at Curreys Get my price on a and you will pet a bargain wy J Rumania Currey has alLkfnds ot fresh every week tf Fresh Lowneys 34tf They w J Romansare iousn cheap 7 27tf Phone JOD foru y lii g in line r 24tf Buggy harness jis very cheap r o27tf Buy your chicken feed at Curreys place tf- Dont buy a set of harness until you get my price W tf Cow Pens Mil Bunks Hudsons and Cane seed at Just received a 10 x assortment of china at Currcs in and get choice Are handle the famous Red Cross brand of Hour Lee Turner 24tf I am buggies For thirty days you cast great bar gains W J 527tf Highest paid for produce Lee Turner 24lt I am lUMiiig ollicc If jou need a meat oSo 41 Geo Baker 4t Lancaster Ky Fur tine photos iiw enlargements newspaper and catalogue cuts go to the Cassadxy Sluii 31 In street Danville Kh 2t House moving and Raising a special ty Best references Bole 403 Tele phcne 1U J II Baldwi Danville Ky 422St pd f You are Ambitious Write to me and I wi 1 tell you how to turn your spare itito cash I will put you in an oppor tunity that iLt into a per iqaneut business of your own Addres II K Goodall 210 Monroe St Chicago III Public Sale S 17 mules Jersey cow hogs and farming implements be sold at the late home t J H Wilson Fi iJay Miy 27 live wiles from on Lexington pike near Dix T E Wheelers Heirs PHfs Vs to Creditors fT E Wheelers IKirs Defts All persons against the estate of T E Wheeler deceased are hereby notified and required to present proven as required bylaw to Couiuiitsioner at Lancaster Garrard ty Ky on or before May 31st 1110 W I Williams Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court FARMERS COLUMN below this heading is for the site use of our farmer subscribers und Is for the sale of stock grain and such things on furm as the farmer cuuuot afford to afire the Xo notice wilt oe accepted over four Hues and will be only iu two issues of UECOKD free of charge For Sale 1 pair coming 4earoll horse Ovules Geo Y Conn For tine Boars Dan East Teatersville Ky For Sale Both usage and posts SJ and 9 ft in length F Sale Brown walking cultivator also a hay rake and a two horse corn planter Jno W Woods A T SCOTT AuctioneerBuena Vista Kentucky 7 Years Experience 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction Will be in Lancaster every county day to serve you Phone No 19R linruin Etchanfre KILLTSS COUGH CURE THE LUNGS New Discovery R K McRobeits Drug Store f I U your aeon t I nat pine tt i u Ca at Zimmers Too many and the grocery Lee J Humans J J uwtns 52 note I overstc alls country an IJpO mellt t r ou tad you tit of Danville lt Courte the un ned his 4t then SaleThree J Corr Fur CheapA and court WITH Kings FOR DICE OLDS AND ALL THROAT AND lUtlfCTllES- eU OS XOJlEY ammKD I I i ian lei 4y vegetables y buggies oji u Ca f eked on get 1ou market ice hand elepLoue rim with river Notice having t linns samee dvrisi otlicein eon 000000000000000000000000000000 o0000oo0coe0c0eoo oeo0uo0e0 pace exci orange locust datedj AND Dr1 OUCHS L tor etF sA a s LOOK AND LISTEN you wart Politeness Cleanest God SHAVES and II AIR CUTS o to HEN DUNCRNS on Richmond street 25 years f experience Office Hour Office over 8 am to li I pm to 4 Stormes Drug Stores DENTIST Phone Go Lancaster Kyv H d TTOLEY County Surveyor PHOXE 32 J Office over F G Harts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references I CARDS t ooooOoQQ ol A V Barber Shop I3 F VlI1 R h SURAJCE KEXTtCIcr tV T ING Auctioneer I b o0 oao w o we s a ooooQo f 1 W Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed M 1C Denny E II Morrow li DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed Paint Lick KentuckyIMVtf BURNETT Plwskiaii and Surgeon Office over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 f Gut Flowers QUALITY McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted I hone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physican and SurgeM Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Oilice Phone S9 J E Robinson LAWYER aid CWJNH ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 I I r ODUDJClQOOOnQnr ol lUlU I I I 1 iIT ill g Ware J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Cream HITE9S VennHuge HEMUMITEEI WORMREMEDY tIE GMUMEVS FAVMMTE CCWAKC Or MWT Tta ntm CKHUIMC pout oiMr r- aHat Svow Lta McRoberU Drag GyST I store- R TUNIC r Loa w