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THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From kt27ie Land ofNine TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 3 1910 Fro U71te L NtTwu NUMBER 1ire f 1 4- F tr uiof s 3 Mr Farmer We have one of the best CULTIVATORS on 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 Fence Lancaster Ky a i H W i I I B i ij JKf r r P r a it t f t- 4r WHY SHOULDYOU HangBack I I I 1 ARt YUIMIgiMMRM 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 LoPorte and John Deere I I I 1 1 Jf y f riJ I t l lf J I J lf m I rr BUGGIES NOW ON HAND iill rjl- jgjj We have bought this lot of Buggies so as to offer i them to you at a very low price We have the genuine sg HI Brown cultivator also the John Deere Disk cuitivator i None so good as either Walter A Wood Binders and Mowers A few Cutaway Harrows left none so good Jg- jpj saves a team and hand each day J R Son Co i- H 5 Hardware Implements Wagons g II I Mount I T i K 4i cw The County Sunday School win at the Methodist church June nth beginning at 945 Mrs Frank B Marksbury euter t lined the Presbyterian society of the Missionary Arts and Craft Thursday afternoon Most delightful were served Rue Curry of Harrodsburg sold last week for II M Herndon about 150 to 175 acres of farm 3i miles south of Danviie Ky to J M Elder of Washington county now of Harrodsburg at 95 per acre January 1st 1911 Sallie Elkin gave a handsome reception Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs S H Nickells who is to leave soon for her new home in Harrodsburg The refreshments were quite appe tizing and the guests assembled cer tainly enjoyed the occasion Mrs O W Darnold of Lancaster a niece of our popular townsman and business citizen Mr John L Dunn i an applicant teachers place in the Graded School here Mrs Dar nold is an excellent and highly edu lady and cur trustees would make a wise choice in selecting her to help instruct the Herald While Mr and Mrs J E Dickerson were visiting relatives in the country their son Wesley became very ill and was hastened to town to a physician When they arrived at home they found their oldest daughter Pearl and sister Miss Flossia May Sutton both quite ill of what is supposed to have been ptomaine poisoning from eating ice cream After working with all three for some time they were relieved and all danger averted It was a narrow escape for the family Little Robert MoRoberts Johnson arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Win McClcllan Johnson on last Mon day morning We congratulate the proud parents and trust that the promisiig boy may grow into noble manhood and fill the sunset of his parents life with comfort and happi ness such as can only come from a dutiful churl Business Improvements The hustling firm of Uaselden Brow has just completed their largo three story building adjoining their old store rooms and now have one of the most uptodate and convenient places of business in this part of the StateThis enables these hustling business men to handle a much larger stock and to display their goods to a better advantage Good Work Being Done We are pleased to report that the work done on the Lexington pike by the new machinery seems to be first class It is a real pleasure to ride over such roads We are more than ever convinced that the county has made the right move toward making roads Squire Jiui Bourne and Road Supervisor Gooch are pushing the work and are making a good showing Base Ball Lancaster will play Middlesburg Friday at the Lancaster Ball Park Rube Watkins will pitch for Mid dlesburg Our boys were taken in again last Friday by the crack Wil more team The score was 5 to one however it was a good game and Lan caster only bad two out of town men looked at times as if Lancaster was sure to win the game but bad batting lost it The Lancaster team is getting in practice and will have Donehue in a short time to take his old place be hind the bat Watch out for a good game this week Cattle Sale A large crowd attended the sale of shoi thorn cattle last week held by Mr H P Hawkins on his farm four miles from Danville A total of twenty head of cows calves and buls were sold at auction The 20 averagee 185 per head and brought a total of 3700 Thomas Johnson of Columbus 0 bought the best cow in the lot and paid775 for her Carpenter Ross of Mansfield 0 paid 500 for a cow and O F Hankle of Kenon Wiscon sin paid 275 for the bull Anoka W T Robinson of Faulkner bought seven or eight head of stock at fancy prices John Buster of the same community bought several head as did also M W K Baughman of Hustonville Court News William May of Buckeye was tried in the county Judges Court last week and given fifty doll its and cost for drunk and disturbing the peace on Scotts Fork a few weeks ago Finn Leavell colored was tried be fore a jury in the County Judges court and fined fifty dollars and given ten days in jail for running a blind tiger at three forks of Sugar creek Leonard Vanwinkle of the Carters ville section was convicted of the of fense of disturbing religious worship and is to help reouiid the Lexington pike to satisfy the fine and cost Jim Link Vanwiukle of the ville section is also working on the pike for the county to satisfy a fine in Judge Fords court for some misdemeanors committed near Car tersYilie Convention be held for a cat d pupilsHarrodE- burg Arrival It begot refreshments formerly Possession Miss certainly being Carters A Success The play Blundering Billie given by Miss Nell Johnson was quite a suc cess and was enjoyed by a crowded house All the young actors and actresses acquitted themselves nicely and little Helen Young sang between acts which was one of the best attrac tions of the show Senator Bradley Makes Senator W O Bradley was the ora tor of the day at Arlington Cemetery former home of Robt E Lee on May 30 His manly and patriotic speech was greeted by those who wore the gray as well as by those wore the bloc especially when he mentionea that the north and South were again united in brotherly love The Senator has attracted much at tention by his great speeches since he has been in the Senate Grand Rally The colored people had a grand rally on May 30th decoration day and a large crown of colored people was in town At 130 p m headed by the Lancaster colored band they marched to the cemetery and there scattered flowers on the graves of the dead addresses were given by Rev Ward and Dan Bogie after which the crowd marched thro town to the ball grounds on Mrs Higginbotbams farm where the Stanford base ball team de feated Lancaster by a score of 14 to 12 A big dance followed at the colored Council Meeting Next Monday night is the regular meeting night of the City Council We have talked to a number of pro gressive men in town and each and every one are in favor of having ce ment walks around the Square so why all this delay Bring the question to an end on next Monday night and lets have these walks all finished in time for the Fair Richmond street now has a solid line of cement walks from Mr E W Montws to Dr J A Amons rest dence and we understand Messrs Price and Haselden are to follow suit We think that Lexington street is sure to catch this cement walk fever Body of Alma Kellner Found The body of i tie Alma Kellner was found at 930 a m Monday in the cellar of St Johns school at Louis ville Ky wrapped in on old piece of carpet sewed together lengthwise It was discovered by Richard Baxter Sweet who was pumping water out of the old cellar 2000 reward has been offered for the conviction of the guilty person and so far one person Mrs Joseph has been ar rested on the charge of accessory to the murder and it is suspected that her husband the former janitor is the guilty one as blood was found on an old bat of his and the ring worn by Alma Kellner on the date of her dis appearance was found in the possess ion of Mrs Wendling As yet Wend ling has not been found as he desert ed his wife and left Louisville on Jan 14 last the very day that Frank Fehr called to see Father Schumann on a matter pertaining to the myster ious disappearance of Alma Kellner The little body was laid to rest in St Louis cemetery in Louisville Tues day and only four men attended the The heartbroken parents had not sufficiently recovered from the dreadful shock to be present so it was thought best to have a quiet fu neral Everyone is still at a loss to know why little Alma was murdered and it is hoped that the detectives on the case will clear the great mystery and have the guilty convicted McCreary Announces For Governor Hon James B McCreary will be in the race for the nomination for Gov ernor While in Lexington Monday he made the following announcement of his candidacy Many Democrats have in person and by letter said to me that I should be the Democratic candidate foi Gov ernor and if nominated I would have the unanimous support of the party Of course I am very grateful for this evidence of I did not expect when my term expired in the United States Senate to be a candidate for office again but the solicitation of my friends and the kind editorials in a great many newspapers induced me to say to some friends who wrote me urgent letters that I would take the subject of my candidacy for Gov ernor under consideration It is about one year before a State Democratic ticket will be nominated Yet I believe the time has arrived for me to give an answer in some form to my brother Democrats who have hon ored me I believe the success of the Demo cratic party in the next State election should be paramount to individual success and I wil do all in my power to have a State ticket Democrats who it is belieyed will be supported by the whole Democratic party and 1 will cheerfully support the nominee and make speeches for them The patty to which I have all my life has honored me so often that I believe it is entitled to my services whenever they are need ed or demanded I believe any Dem ocrat who is nominated fairly by the State Democratic convention should accept and if I am honored by being nominated as the Democratic for Governor will accept Great Speech halt Wendling ofmy probably nominatedof belonged I t o C Interesting funeral Democratic confider ce candidate Hand us that dollar please Several young people will attend the dance in Danville Friday night to be given at the skating rink New Auto Mr Alex Walker has just returned from Indianapolis where he purchased a large 2000 Richmond touring car It will arrive here about June 15 The members of the U D C and the Confederate Veterans will repair to the cemetery Friday afternoon June 3rd at 2 oclock to decorate the graves of their departed comrades at large is invited to these impressive and appropri ate services New Bank For Stanford At a meeting of prominent Lincoln county people it was decided to or ganize a new bank in Stanford to be known as the State Bank Trust Co with Mr W L MoCarty the present sheriff of the county as President The capitol stock will be 50000 This will be the third bank for Stan ford and great success is predicted for the new financial institution Decoration Day On Fames eternal camping ground Their silent tents are spread And Glory guards with solemn round The Bivouac of the Dead All business was practically sus pended on Monday it being the day commemorating the death of the sol diers who fell in the Civil War To set apart one day of the year in memory of the dead to visit their si lent cities and strew with flowers the graves is a beautiful tribute and one worthy of the sentiment of a great people In this day of ceaseless acti vity where each is striving to outdo the other it is well to pause and re flect for reflection makes us serious Does it ever occur to you that the only thing that you can take out of this life is your soul and the charac ter of that immortal soul decides your destiny in the life to come Those broad they really yours lhat gold that you hold so miseily in the hollow of your whom does it belong Would it not be wise t store up treasures on the other shore whither each frail bark is sure to steer some day For the life of man is Like to the falling of a star Or as the of eagles are Or like the fresh springs gaudy hue Or sliver drops of morning dew Or like the wind that chafes the flood Or bubbles which on water stood Een such is man whose borrowd light Is straight called in and paid to night The wind blows out the bubble dies The spiing entombed in autumn lies The dews dried up the star is shot The flight is past and man forgot Haselden Addition Some few weeks ago Mr Joe Hasel den the hustling insurance man the old Currey place and is a new street through it He has several teams busy every day now and is getting i in good shape and will have about 1500 feet of new street fifty feet wide He will put cement walks in front of the lots and will not sell to anyone who will not build a nice house The lots will not be sold to colored people This is one of the most desirable parts of our little city and the prospects are that several new houses will go up in the next few monthsFor years there has been an increasing demand for houses and every available lot has been used and why should our city not grow It is one that enjoys many natural and acquired resources and that needs but the skillful manipula tion of a man to make them yield bountifully their rich substantial city whose foundations are laid upon a soil that cannot be surpassed for productivenessa city supplied with the very best and purest of city whose educational ad vantages have reached a standard through the skillful direction of com petent officials second to that of no other place of its size city where harmony among the com municants of the different churches is iu perfect accord with objects sought by our forefathers of the Mayflower and all doctrines are ably expounded with untrammeled freedom from the pulpits of our different churches a city whose social advantages are equal to those afforded by places many times its size and city where the rich enjoy every luxury desired and the poor are not allowed to suffer a city where peace and good will toward all men is exemplified Such a city is ours whose praises we shout aloud from the housetop through this issue If perchance a copy of this paper should fall into the hands of any who are in search of a new location a place where church school and social advantages are given and where you can live out your allotted number of years without fear of or famine we say like one of old Come thou with us and we will do thee good Stolen May 25 a dark bay mare 16 bands high black mane and tail white spot in forehead right foot white fresh blistered for fistula 4 P Rogers Crab Orchard Ky The public attend acresare handto fight purchased consequently treasurea watera anywherea agea behind yearsold- A n opening emphasis pestilence CULTIVATORS 2 THAT CULTIVATES THE 3y Genuine Malta Shovel Plows HASELDEN BROS KS JWtS S S1J Z tt fi h 1 i S I BROWN MANLY I s i I IDouble-s s i is I I I S S ljS1 l SS stS S r- Gf 3- C3 i blfc Nothing Ever Holds Us Back Whan it to a chance to serve the public with better Merchandise at better prices from your standpoint- We are always ready at all times to sacrifice profits to the lowest possible point Your Satisfaction With DnJ Goods and Clothing is our first consideration know the better we please you the better it will insure your continuous patronage and that of the friends you will recommend to come here also ladies Tailored Suits going fast at 1498 Few Silk Petticoats left at 398 Ladies ready made Tailored Silk Dresses 998 Ladies ready made Rajah Silk Dressess 798 COME WHILE THEILAST R H BATSON 11- 1 spill S I I I I I I i I I OUR I i I I Vet I l 11 I I 11 11 uuu u U U U I i Ju i t I I i I Buy the Tobacco Planter it will set your plants where others fall Plants live and grow better your tobacco will wripen earlier There are tea Bemis planters used where there is one of any other kind Sold byj W J ROMANS Bemis c S Y R i- CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR From We Land 0JVW GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Entered at the Post Office i Lancaster EituSecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Prsss Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky June 3 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Prtcinct and City Offices t 500 For County Offices 1000 Fir State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the est of individuals or expression of individual per line 10 Obituaries 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS Harvey of Lincoln County Seventeen Year Locust This is the year that the 17yesr lo due again and in a short time he will make his appearance on the farms of the middle west At least the authorities on locust lore and tu sure he will and have never been mistaken in the past says the llarrodsbunr Republican N mi seems to know exactly where the 17 year locust comes from but it is a Winter of record that he show up regularly just thesame e that is interesting the farmers and the old timers most is whether he will bring a W on his wings or a P as is hoped W on a locusts wing means war There is no reason under the sun that is known as to why it should be always either W or P but those are the only two letters that have been noticed Locust lare experts have a good deal statistical backing when they sert that If W is on tje wings it will surely mean war and if the P is on the wings it will just as surely mean peace The last time the lo custs were here in 1S93 said an commercial traveler the other day the wings bore a decided W And we promptly gi t into war with Spain In 187G I he P on the wings myself and Mloving that we had peace and plenty I dont far back as 1859 that is to say I dont remember locusts back in thus days but I have been told by scores of old farmers that the 17 ear locust kind showed up that year and bore W on each wing The Civil War followed Some of the el ier genera tion of farmers have records in the old family Bible t prove that the former visitation of 17year locusts presaged the Mexican war by bearing the their wiugp I can tell you the farmers are not anxbus to have them come but they are all su perstitious as to their verity as har When you come to think of it this letter business seems like a foolish superstition But when you know that they do bear either the W or the P and the sign has never failed how are you going to it More Help For Schools The general board of education backed by S3300000000 of the Bock efehcr fund has taken an interest in Kentucky and soon agents will be sent into our state tJ cooperate with the Supeiinteadeutof public Instruction to aid in the establishing of county high schools and improve the schools of the counties There has been a great awakening in Ketucky in regard to education in the last five vears and much progress has been made although the good wor seems to move on slowly enough Previous to that time out of the 25000 school trustees over 5000 of them could neither read nor write under the new school law twothirds of these have been abolished It is a great difficulty to keep polities out of the school and the seilish greed of per sonal gain has sometimes been in members of the school boards It is farce to select men to act in edu cational affairs who are themselves and thus impede progressive methods in education because I was not taught that way others still wose only regard their posit ioi for the pull it gives them Every school should be properly equipped the best teachers obtained and the children of every district compelled to attend school Surely it is a time for larger and serious thought when we have at traced by our ignorance the atten tion of the world to the extent that another state is willing to come for jrard to lift us out of darkness Ken tucky the beautiful state Kentucky the proud state Kentucky the high and mighty one of the mort states in the union Our School Daring the ugh School commencement we note with pride the increasing interest in edu cational affairs by the people of our town and county and we take it to be the greatest and best sign of the growth of the community and the de yelopsent of the higher ideals The training and educating of the youth of our land is a matter in which each one is responsible We may differ in politics in religion and on other sub jects of more or less but Jet all be of the save in T t s vews par Helm is persi i m are o a It lId I remember- so won biD er explain manifest ignorant thin illiterate ImpoJ tine ind regard I t1Rtd inter x liner curt the dot TI- thing t saw t elementary r K 4 yet season o1 our f r irte r v to the school and let that mind be to make it the best school possible It is an agreed fact that our present school building is too small for the number of pupils enrolled that the ventilation light and heating are not what they should be but the manner in which these deficiencies are to be corrected is still an open question Some believe that nothing but an en lirely new building with all the improvements wilt prove satSsfao tnry others think that the old build ing can be remodeled as to make it commodious sanitary and altogether satisfactory Every thoughtful man and woman in the district shoulrl give this their serious attentiod and some agreement should be reached and some action taken for is it fair to ex pect greatest results from the pu pigs and tae teachers when they have to labor under such a tremeuduous disadvantage Yields To Demand Hon James B McCreary is now a candidate for the for ernor The demand has been so uni and urgent by the democrat masses bv the political leaders and the democratic press that Mr Creary could not well decline to serve the party and the people who have heretofore when in the activity oi young ambitious manhood they have honored him with every office of trust and honor at their disposal The fad that he has so faithfully efficiently and wisely performed every duty of the various positions of trust is the to lead his party and redeem thestate If nominated seems almost l certainty no more doubt of nominee than there is doubt that he will give the stale a clean successful business admibhtia tion Mr M Creary have no polio ends to further at his a e with an amb ton only to unite and re store to political power his party and to give the State the very admin istration possible which after all is the most effective way to permanently unite party and to us the nomi nation of the Ex Senator seems noun wise wove on the part of the Demo tract lie has always had the support the party in Garrard county and now seems to be more popular than at any time past There is no Royal Road to Geometry In the year 300 B C there reigns in Greece a king known as Ptolemy about the only incident of His lift which is known to us is a conversation between him and Euclid who had founded the famous sciuxl of Geomet ry at Alexandria The King had en quired of Euclid if there was no easiei method of learning the science and re ceived this reply There is no royal road to geometry That statement wade thousands of years ago is just as true today and will so remain the end of time The combined wealth of tbe multimillionaires the trusts and the syndicates cannot buy one ounce of knowledge and the rich and the mighty together with the poor and humble who would attain to a degree of learning must pass over the same rocky road and sit at the feet of the intellectually great who are after all the salt of the earth the nations power Vital Washington News Special to The Record Washington May 31st One hundred and thirty three of dollars Try to comprehend the this sum if you can and then pause and reflect over the fact that it is the amount the Senate has to spend on the navy in a single year in a time of profound peace Then coiuHer that only 12 years ago in 1898 the naval appropriation was but 33003231 or one hundred millions less than the amount appropriate for the year ending June 30 1911 A fact ii connection with this av ful increase which the public seldom hears is that every penny of this 100 000000 which is to be spent in excess of the amount used in 1808 comes from the people not from the rich but largely from working men and women It is the ultimate consumer who pays the battleship hills who main tains an everincreasing army of of nee holders in Washington and who meets the onebund redandone ex travagances of the government He dues it by paying excessive prices for the things he buys The government raises practically all of its funds through the customs houses and the internal revenue where taxes are levied on things eaten worn or used by the people When the consumer purchases a pro tected art icle and practically all of the necessaries of life are protected he pays the real or natural value of the article and in addition thereto the amount of the tariff tax The more battleships constructed the greater the amount the govern must must raise through the tax on consumption and the greater the cost of living Thus it is not so strange that under the Taft administration which is spending more than twice the amount used by Cleveland to run the govern ment the cost of living is 50 per cent greater than under the Cleveland While the hat coat and shirt of the masses are taxed almost 71 to build 11000000 battleships keep an extravagant government in spending money Messrs Morgan Rockefeller and Carnegie are not by the Federal government to pay v y c e i d a r t 1 I modern the non 1atim Gu versa I theymays cudr- eal an d best of land millions offices percent 2 l DI which 1 the mil as magnitude vote administration and asks e 5 any tax whatever on their swollen for tunes Wealth escapes bearing its just share of the burden of taxation be cause of the absence of a Federal or iiiheiitmee tax such as were long ago adopted by Great Britain Germany France Japan Holland A tistiii Denmark Svitzsrland Aus tralia and New Zealand A maj jritv of both Houses of Cor gress were in favor of ticking an in come tax clause to the new tariff law Such legislation would now be upon the statute books had not President Taft and Senator Adri6h defeated the pnjjct through the substitution of a corporation tax That the neces sary threefouiths of the State Legis afore will not vote to amend the con stituii in is practically certain which means that an income tax can only be had at the hands of a Democratic ad ministrationIt that in 1908 the cost of living was nearly 12 per cent high er than it would have been without a tariff Hence calculating that the average family consumed 941 worth of supplies per annum its increased payment On account of the tariff was 111 Of ruin 111 1550 went to the government In collecton and 9450 went to the trusts in high prices Of this 9450 925 was or woolens more than 17 on other clothing 625 on furniture 425 on beef and mutton and pork 1025 on building materials and so on In 1910 the cost of living being 15 percent higher than in 1908 the av eragc y pays 1080 of which 10 per ce t 01 108 is tribute to the trusts and other protected industries Here is a table which speak for itself It compares the expendi tures on the army and navy in a pericd of peace with amounts expended for features of civil establishment Expended since 1897 For rural free delivery 173 755313 For rivers and harbors 296075191 For public buildings and grounds 128172 4C8 For the navy 1120210193 For the army 1044101188 The exposure of Ballingers secret relations with George W Perkins oJ J P Morgan Co in Alaskan ma ters has started reports that the of the present secretary of the interior to even the land grabbers has been destroyed It anticipated that 5S a compromise the investigating tnunittee will not only whitewash illinger but will enamel him as the lady of spotless town md that in acknowledgement of this courtesy he Asia hand in las resigna tlon President Taft in an interview printed in the June McUIures praises Aldrich to the skies and says there were not a few reductions in the tariff schedules which were introduced at his i stance or with hisconsent In other words concessions in legislation which was to affect the oust of 90000000 Americans could only be had with the consent of a political boss and that political boss the acknowl edged representative of the tariff trusts and Wall street millionaires We all know that Taft will be re nominated That inevitable says the Washington Pst which in the National Capitol is considered by many to be an administration mouth pieceThere is little doubt but that the standpatters still seriously consider Taft the logical candidate in 1912 and if they are in the majority in Congress after the approaching Congressional elections are oyer the President will have little or no difficulty in securing a reuiminalion if he desires it it is understood in many quarters that the promise of a renorniuation was the price paid by the powersi hatbe for the Presidential signature to the up yard revision tariff bill School Closes Dr Grinstead of Richmond deliv eyed a most excellent baccalaureate sermon to the graduates of the Lan caster II iijh School at the Presbyter iiu church Sunday moniig This was the beginning of Commencement week which is being thoroughly en joyed by all Ou Monday Dr Giia stead gave an interesting talk on to the pupils in the High school chapel and as this was possibly the last chapel exercises of this school year there mingled with the joy that always comes when vacation is at hand the sorrow of the parting of those who have worked together for school year Prof Bridges spoke of the prosperous school term just closed and bid the pupils a fond till next September At twothirty Monday afternoon the grades from one to seven very mucL delighted a very large audience for an hour or so by songs and other numbers altogether very creditable to both the little folks and teachers The eighth grade of the High school is an unusually attractive grade and has been much on Its years work They very charmingly a large crowd on Tuesday afternoon at the High sohool Every number was thoroughly en joyedAt the close of the exercises Prof Bridges delivered Common School to the following 14 out of the 32 pupils who took the examination which will entitle them to enter the High School Mary Johnston Helm Young Lucian Grant Mary Clay Williams Marie Ballard Ector Lawson Robt Tomlinson Elizabeth Collier Fox Elijah Cox Patsy Kinuaird Carl Acton James Brown He also delivered common diplomas to Misses Kate Holtzclaw and G i veuSj two High school W little S bite as living- i ij recitations complimented enter diplomas Newell beth 7 income fats usefulness Australia goodbye tamed Bernie Lear school- t pupils so that they would not have to pay tuition next year On Wednesday afternoon the Sen iors presented a very interesling gram Each graduata can certainly in after life recall their days with greatest pleasure for they start on lifes journey with the hrighest prospects for a successful and it Is our prayer there may be no heartaches and disappointments- The closing exercises of the will be the address to the GraCuates by Dr J J Tigert at the Christian church on Thursday at 8 oclock p m However the social part of Commencement will close with a beautiful lawn fete bv the to the Juniois on the High school campus Friday evening It will he quite a social event and a happy time expected by the young folks and some old ones Kentucky Fair Dates Madisonile Julv 19 5 days Henderson July days LANCASTER July 27 3 days Versailles August 3 4 days Danville days Lexington August 8 6 days Taylorsville August 9 4 days Union I own August days Harrodsburg August days Vauceburg August 10 days Lawrenceburg August days Shepherdsville August days Broadhead August days Ewing August davs Shelby ville August days London August days Erlanger August 24 4 days Nicholasville August 30 3 days Fern Creek August days Hardinsburg August 30 3 days Birbourviiie August 31 2 days Hodgenvi September days Falmouth September days Florence September days Monticello September G 3 days Kentucky Fair Louisville September days POSTEDThe undersigned nereby give wart ng to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire B Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price VV S Embry S L Rich MrsP W Kinnaird T A Elkio Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton I Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson II C Arnold W G Anderson II C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn- J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Highest Market Price W R GOTT CO j I I pro commencement career Commencement given I 255 I August 33 95 94 164 173 173 174 234 234 304 63 284 65 tat 126 I I W I I t Seniors l C- oOLH To give milk Is the natural function of the cow but this function cannot be performed to advantage unless It is fostered by the right kind of care and feedIts a shame to whip or jerk a horse that has shied or been frightened by an unusual obstacle Soothe him rather than try to un nerve him With fruit trees the constant effort should be to keep the fruit bearing surface as near the ground as pos sible It will make the harvesting of the fruit much easier If stock has breeding quality and uniformity it is easy to fit it for the show ring on account of the fact that they will put in the right place every bit of feed that they can use Bees will produce more extracted honey to the hive than comb honey yet the higher price that comb honey will bring makes the income derived from either hive about the same For the general farmer and others keeping not more than one or two hun dred generalpurpose fowls the natur al method of hatching and brooding cannot at present be improved upon Sick fowls or those a little under the weather should always be fed soft mashes preferably cooked and In small amounts It is best also to separate them from the other fowls and put in dry warm quarters Popcorn should not be planted near field corn or sweet corn If the stig mas of the popcorn are receptive when the pollen of the Indian corn is ripe it will mix Popcorn usually matures earlier than Indian corn and may be planted later If your system of farm has not been profitabe reduce the area of arabe land It is no dis grace to fail in the management of a large farm Few men have such ex traordinary ability You may have success with a small farm Try it The cne great advantage in hatch ing ducks early is that they can be put on the market early and a better price bo realized If wellfed ducks grow very rapidly and will be ready for market by the time they are ten weeks old at which age they will weigh as much again as chickens of the same age In selecting a site for the garden it must be remembered that most vegetables require sunshine as well as plant food and moisture Other things being equal a southern is preferable as this gives a maximum amount of sunlight and will be favorable for the growth of early plants Care should be taken to avoid a northern exposure or a site shel tered from the sun by buildings Tomato and egg plants may be grown for early maturity by setting the seed in fourinch pots Another method is to use strawberry boxes minus bottoms set on a layer of coal ashes The boxes should be set close and the earth fairly well firmed be fore planting the seed If premium plants are wanted twelve to fourteen inches high and in Llcom by planting time sow the in threeinch pots right now and later shift to the six inch size If the pints are given room for normal growth that is all that is necessary skittish management exposure seed sufficient Queer Attribute of Salmon Only about 20 per cent of salmon spawn before they return up the river from the sea and these that do return after spawning are coarse and when cut up white in the flesh in fact are known as hull trout for socalled bull trout are not a different fish but are plainly salmon which have spawned BricKs from Ant Hills Excellent bricks are made of the soil of ant hills In Central Africa The natives tread it with water Into a doughlike substance which is shaped in rough wooden molds It is then dried in the sun and afterward baked in native kilns FARMS FOR SALE VV T EYING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky 160 mores in 3 miles of Danville on pike handsomely improved and fine and nearly all in grass at 105 au 5GO acres in G miles of IlarrocJsburg 01 pike 200 acres level land remain der Ls rolling and in grass has 3 houses line stock farm also producing grain At 35 an acre 160 acres just outside of Harrodt burg Finely improved and good land and at 110 an acre 200 acres flue well laying farm near Ry stition 01 pike and near village and 6 miles cf llarrodsburg new to bacco barn G room house 100 acres fine tobacco land at 887 an acre tine farm on Salt fiver bt ing largely he handsome brick house two stock hares new ten mere tobacco brnt3nant houses and at 878 an acre Is in 5 miles of Har rodsburg and 1 miles Ry station Is nearly all in grass 203 acres on 3 miles of Harrods i urg nice rcMIeiice at pike barn and many acres tine new land in grass at 75 an acre 247 acres in 7 miles of Harrodsburg it village in 5 miles of Burgin lays tine and grows any crop has tobacco bUll but no house at G759 an acre and a bargitii 150 acres 2ie well la ing farm at Shakertovn Mercer county on pike has handsome residence tobacco and stock barns orchards tenant houses nd the land is of the best price 8100 per acre 3S5 acres near Burin splendidly im proved has a brick residence that cost over S2COO has three tobacco barns and other building1 lays tine and grows large crops or anything grown in this section at an acre within S miles of DanvPIa2- 1G acres well laying land on pike iu 2 wiles of Ry station in Mercer county has G room house barn and other buildings mosily in grass and buts it 353 acres on pUce 3 miles of Harrods file well laying farm and tinefct has nice residence tobacco barn and other buiUiings This is an ideal farm and at 8110 an acre I i kinder I BY mere t tine I I in I I 313 acmes bot OlD rte I I 130 8000 d ice sod Machine Gun an Experiment In our army machine guns have been supplied from time to time but only experimentally and not as an in trinsic part of the army organization The question has been studied no doubt by the general staff but the definite organization and supply of this new arm has been postponed to make way for other more pressing considerations and also to profit by the experience of European nations before adopting any definite or tactics for this new but highly important arm of the service organization jCDa1 FOR SALE u The girl graduate tlie June summer be proud oftheir daintiness as expressed in a photographic portrait made by us Expert posing and lighting enable us to produce that please Make an ap pointment today CASSADAYSTUDIO Danville Kentucky I I bridethe girlwill I I portraits ofmeritpictures I Joys of Emphasized In The Display Of For the large and attractive selection of material and tinted German Reed Maple and Rush pieces each designed for tranquility and re pose For the lawn and readiness to put into place when the call of summer color and breeze beckons you to the shady open air Swings Hammocks Settees and Rustic Chairs VARIETY WAS NEVER SO NEVER SO SMALL Summer Furniturepiazzaa Willow pathsin LARGEPRICES Outdoor Old Hickory rustic furniture Arm chairs 250 and settees at 5 Cane and Maple porch furniture be gins at 250 for a comfy rocker Painted lawn swings in pleasing colors at6oo Cheap IFor Cash or Produce Fresh Clean Eggs 1 6to 1 6ic Hens I I to 1 2c Ducks 10 to nets Geese 4 to Sets Turkeys ro to i2cts Just received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot R B Northcott Three piece Mission Set at ioco Fibre rush furniture chairs begin at 750 Reed furniture from 350 for a small chair and other proportionate prices for very choice pieces You can enjoy the outdoor Furniture more frequently if you have a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Lancaster for the Home Kentucky F G HURTf f c t eo R a Everything i y i a x- S BrewersROUND UP IN THE Carpet and Rug Department Intelligent Merchandising Requires a Look Ahead a Get ting Ready a Cleaning Up of the Stock on Hand to make room for the Fall Purchases It is this Looking Ahead this Get Ready Idea that impels us to put on this SALE which for QUANTITY QUALITY and PRICES Equals if not surpasses any of our former efforts Come and Reap the Benefits of the Great Bargains offered Rug Department 12x15 Axminister valve 4500 106x136 Administer value 3500 9x12 Seamless value 3000 9x12 Seamed value 2500 108x12 Tapestry Brussels value 2000 9x12 Seamless value 1800 9x12 One Seam value 1600 9x12 Seamed value 1400 Price 3500 Price 2750 Price 2250 Price 1650 Price 1450 Price 1250 Price 1100 Price 1000 Carpet Department Administers Borders to Match value Price 75 Wilton Velvets Borders to Match value 125 Price 75 Extra Tapestry Brussels Borders to match value 110 Price 75 Best Tapestry Brussels Borders to match value 100 Price 65 Tapastry Brussels Borders to match value 85 Price 55 Lowell Ingrains valve 85 Price 60 C P BROWER CO CarpetsFurnitureWall PaperDraperiesPicturesArt Goods Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY I I 1 SS ILl CROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 18 Prompt Delivery DO YOU Want Any Work Done We are prepared to fix you up We appreciate your patronage McCarthy Doty Tin and Plumbing Shop Having installed a new and uptodate ELECTRIC MOTOR PLANING MILL with latest improved machinery we are prepared to furnish you at reasonable prices any kind of Fancy Planing Pill Work Door and Window Screens Etc Also Bough and Dressed Lumber Laths Cement Estimates furnished on bills promptly IncorporatedDanville WHY NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW BEAZLEY HASELDEN Oftce National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 ti I XX I X OOCOOOOOc 1 I I I Steam and Hot Water x Heating I Guttering Roofing anti Repairing t I s Z R I w00000000000c ooooooooooo w OOt X I OO OO- N1PV c Ic i L II L tor W L DOUGLAS I 300350400 SHOES Boys Shoes 200 250 i I Best il1he World UNIONMADE dos500 awe Fast Color Eyelets Used W L Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other nukes If you have been paying ba prices for your shoes the next time youneed a pair give Douglas shoes good m 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 than other makes CAUTION W L Douglas name and price is lumped on the bottom to protect the wearer against prices and inferior No Sitt liW Donglas shotS are not for sale in your rtcinity write Catalog MALE BT J W SMITH W L yourfootwear L Blade L r r Order you GOING AFTER THE KRESO DIP will do the work SAFESURE INEXPENSIVEEASY We have a special on Pow try Call or write for ORe HWobtsl LieEupdisinfect i t a booklet 17 Cracks At Creation Did you know That the comet has come and gone and we are still right side up with careThat a great many of our colored population took comet pills in order on the safe side and experienced no ill effects from passing through its tailThat seeing tbe sun rise was as nov el an experience to some people as seeing the comet That Logan Smith said the best view of the comet was from the Ken garlan hotel That Edward VII goes down In his tory as Edward the Peacemaker Bil ly Gooch gees down as Billy the Road makerThat the most popular form of amusement in America today is the moving picture show It is the poor mans show just as grand opera is the society event THat we should ask and demand clean and wholesome moving pictures Morality home times and chiistianity are all dragged down if the films are suggestive and debasing Vulgar films are both contagious and contami natingThat the moving picture show can be a potent factor for your childs edu cation No one can deny that the has a high place as a mental and moral education That it is with the parent whether the films shall be for the moral uplift and betterment of the child or under mine and destroy much of its purity That the picture business is here to stay the only thing is will it be made an aid to culture to morality to edu cation to science to business and re ligion or will it degenerate the masses That San Francisco will raise ten million dollars to secure the Panama Canal Fair and that New Orleans will have to come across if she gets it That selling paint is easy but to know how to apply it requires an and so few girls are artist That Frazier Burt alias Honey Boy makes cut rates on all bridal furnitureThat Lancaster Fair will look like Coney Islind when it opens this year We will have all that and ingenuity can accomplish in the amusement field That James A Beazley and his sup port played to a crowded house Friday night Mr Beazley was not well but he braved the possibility of illness rather than disappoint the vast there to do him honor That the signs of throat wear we had heard J Botts Haselden was suf fering from were not apparent as be spoke in a clear voice that carried well r That after hard work the opportu Wily came and three modest unknown actors iu a single night stand in the Hall of Fame and are known as John Me Roberts Gene Aid ridge and Frank Young MT HEBRON Mr E C Montgomery bought of Mr Clay Williams of Bryantsville a horse Price 195 Mr J E Sherrow sold to Mr Ed Adams a cow for 36 Mrs Arthur Montgomery is very ill Mr Ed Grow bought of Will Grow his farm at this place at 50 per acre Mr McKee Peel and wife of Wil more were the guests of Mr Dennie Scott Sunday Mr Philip McMillan and wife of Boyle were with their grand parents Mr and Mrs G A Bruce Saturday nightMiss Eiith Montgomery is the guest of her aunt Mrs E F Scott Mr F W Montgomery and wife were with Mr A B Clark and family in Madison county the latter part of the week Miss Gertrude McQueary of Jessa mine is the guest of friends in this lo calityMiss Amy Montgomery of Bryants ville spent Saturday night and Sun day with her cousin Miss Ollie Craw fordMr and Mrs Josh Clark and son Eugene of attended preaching at this place Sunday and were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Grow CARTERSVILLE Dr G E Redwine and Mr G B Allen left for Monday where they will spend several weeks Mr and Mrs J L Pitts and family were visitors at this place the latter part of the week Mrs J B Carter was the guest of Mrs J F Allen Tuesday Mr Boge Allen and children of An derson mud are visiting Mrs Green x Mr and Mrs Charlie Halcomb and Miss Carrie Caiter of Berea the guests of their mother Mrs F M Carter Sunday Mr and Mrs C S Roop and fan ily were called to Silver Creek last Monday by the death of Mrs Mrs B H Turner she had been in failing health for the past year She hadnt laid down for two long months she died in her chair She was eighty four years old her husband died just one year ago he was82 years old when he died They had been married 57 years She leaves to mourn their loss five children Mrs C S Roop B If Roop Mrs J F Dawsen Messrs J G and W M Turner Her remains were carried to Richmond Tuesday for burial by a large of relatives tube picture artist enterprise Texas Clarence followed L multitude triumphant Boyle were Boop Smother Mme concourse and friends George BaasJev bought of Mrs Lydia Murphy a farm of 27 acres for a thousand dollars C W Graves bought a small land off of the E II Walker farm from Mrs E II Walker price not Beazley arrested a young man by the name of McCauley for robbing Mr Ben Lears mail box last week Rev Wm Bryant will preach at Good Hope next Sunday at 11 a m Robert Murphy is going West to right soon Mr Dave Baker returned from In diana and will work with Mr J P Arnold at the carpenters trade Celia Faulk a respectable colored woman near Hammack died of con scmption on Msy 28th BlUAMSVILLE Mrs Colby T Jenkins and children of Georgetown have been the guest of Mr C M Jenkins and family Dr and Mrs W M Elliott attended the Commencement exercises at Ham ilton College last week Miss Cecile Elliott was a member of the gradual inn class Mrs Alice Adams of Denver Col has been visiting Mrs W J Hugo and Mrs E H Ballard Mr J M Smith was over from Danville list week visiting his old friends Mrs Fannie Bryant left Friday fcr an extended visit to her sister Mrs Margaret Parr at Lebanon Ind Mrs N P Cobb has been visiting friends in Lexington The large tobacco barn of Mr J W Moore was burned Wednesday night The origin of the fire was unknown Mr Moore bad 1800 insurance wagons a binder a mowing ma chine and a number of other farming implements were burned There but little grain or hay in the building which was said to be one of the bes ones in Garrard county and the origi nal cost was about 3000 Dr B M Swope one of the oldest residents of the county is seriously ill at his home in the country Little hope is entertained for his recovery Mr and Mrs J C Williams have Deen spending several days in Louis vine The private school of Miss Allie Dunn will close next week Miss Dunn has the reputation of being one of best in the State Messrs Letcher and Logan Christo pher of Somerset came Sunday for a visit to Mr Logan Ison Miss America Sherrow tell Saturday afternooon and her shoulder and broke her arm s Sherrow has been suffering quite- a good deal Mrs Levi Norris has been visiting relatives at Paint Lick Mr David Jenkins of Georgetown has been visiting his father Mr C M Jenkins The litter carrier is nandy Make a seed bed for canteloupes Have you seed ready to sow that hog pasture Imported breeds of hogs im proving the hog profits Sheep will eat brush but they will not get very fat on such a diet Young hogs can be fattened more profitably than those that are older Even the farmers are getting fond of burning the gasoline along the No fruit makes stronger appeal through outward beauty than the peach Plan not only to have a good early garden but a good garden all through the season It the pigs are kept confined upon a hard floor they are apt to have crooked legs Duck eggs when over a week old should not be sold because they soon lose their fertility If your best mare Is worth 200 to some other farmer she is worth 200 to you Remember that A frequent change of feed will keep the cows appetite keen and her pro will depend upon what she eats It Is not a good plan to change the quarters of pullets or hens while they are laying It Is very apt to check egg production At an average price of 15 cents per dozen a hen will have to lay five or six dozen eggs to pay for the feed she consumes In a year Ducks can be raised without water other than drinking water The return on cost of feed and labor are much quicker than with broilers In selecting branches of geraniums cuttings choose the ones that break readily because they will send out roots quicker from the brakes surface Peggy the mother of flue hens Is said to be valued at 1000 She is a White Orpington and scored 97 points out of a pos sible 100 The incubator chick starts out bt life under really more favorable ditions than the henhatched chick for its surroundings are clew and free of lie and disease p WOOD tractor knownJohn locate Several wa th t acLeis dIsloca- ted M are for prizewinner COB t f fo FLAT accidental highway t I r y FARM NOTES Celery is getting to be the best crop the garden grows Hardshelled pumpkins resist bugs better than Yankee kinds Did you mulch the strawberry bed If not better do it late than never Jonathan was the best yielder of all apple varieties in the west last year Bees winter better if they have part honey and part sugar to live on during cold Says a practical farmer Buy the manure spreader first and the piano will come easier Never start tomato and cabbage plants in the same box as the tomato likes hotter locations and does not start into growth as soon as the cab bageThe farmer can become his own builder as soon as he understands the mixing of concrete and the making of forms to mold it in Its use is on the farm With a shade tree it is not only to have a mass of foliage In summer but its branches should be arranged that it will have a pleasing effect in winter Dont buy a heavy colony with few bees buy a colony that has honey enough to last until the honey flow sets in and see that the colony has plenty of bees The farmer who uses his farm for banking fertility from his animals Is wiser than the man who sells ort everything to swell the figures in his bank book High priced feeds make farm scales necessary It did not matter so much with corn at 20 cents per bushel but now if an animal is not making a profit on COcent corn you should find it outIf want to do a little early now is the time to send for a pack of early tomato seed and get the ground ready for if you wait until ready to sow it you may not have either on hand Three weeks in dry salt four weeks In brine and a week of good smoking makes two months to cure the hams and shoulders for next summer so you had better not put oft butchering another day if it is not already done CHEAP GATE FOR THE FIELD Leading from One Field to Another Need Net Be So Substantial as Those for Stock BY J V GIBSON It Is essential to have the end posts of all wire fences well braced If not when the end post gives ever so little the entire fence will sag Gates leading into cultivated fields or from one field to another need not pay- Ing weather unlimited desirable window gardening Cheap Field Gate be so substantial as are the gates at lots where stock runs at all times The gate shown in the sketch is made of 12 pieces 1x4 inches and nailed with eightpenny wire nails and if painted will last many years The posts are set four inches in the ground A large stone at the foot of each and two legs between them one at the bottom of the posts and the other just under the ground If the posts are well tamped when put in they will never give HANDY IMPLEMENT FOR FARM Vise Which May be Raised or Lmvi ered to Suit tion Shows One This is a good farmers vise which be raised or lowered to suit work Workillustra may There must be an extra post with dovetail stripplanted on to fit the dovetail strip or tongue planted on back of vise souri Valley Farmer The illustration shows top of bench with vise let down level The Farm Wagon Is the heavy wagon getting a little rusty Let it go and it may be spoiled by the weather in a few years But you can paint it yourself Take it all apart on the barn floor where you can shut the doors and keep out the cold get some nice smooth wagon paint and a good brush roll up your sleeves put on a pair of old overalls and go at The Seed Bed The seed bed Is an allImportant thing in sowing either alfalfa or the small grains Be sure you have the bed hi the condition where the seed will germinate and the plants will grow to best advantage Unless the seed bed is In favorable condition there will not be a good stand Costly Religious Feuds Liverpools chief Constable says that wing to the religious feuds the cost of policing the city last year was hv creased by more than 50000 In Praise of Angling We may say of angling as Dr Boteler said of strawberries God could have made a better berry but doubtless God sever did And so if I might be judge God sever did make a more calm quiet huoceat recreation than angling Izaak WaS tea The Complete Ampler CFarmers It seed Doubtless r iun 11 L JGO TO HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street for I Jays Lir Tsiric SUYeiif sow I Honing Razors a Specialty 25 years or experience Office Hours over S am to 1L 1 pm to Stormes Drug Store B F AIJJiaDENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky H J TINSLEY Surve9or PROSE 329J- Oftice over p furniture store Lancaster Kentucky Ed G NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY W T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best or references ea e XiI1a S Ol ice 4 Count G Harts Gaines INSu RANCE E w Morrow Gradate J M K Denny OpticiaaG- las3es Fitted Satisfnctioa Guaranteed DENTIST Office Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK DentistAll Work Guaranteed Paint Lick KentuckyllUKf Piwsican and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Gut Flowers of QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Thone 22 Dr J B Kinnaird Physical ami SnreM Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 J E Robinson uwYEt MI cam mum Will Practice In all State Courts and u S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 over DR Wm BURNETT 11 I l IU I I I I I J I I iESTATEREAL 1 J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Once Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Cream Vermifuge HIT lIE Ittil lOalBEIEDt CIU S or LtCei- z JIII- LKcBellIria DOC Store TIE FAMIWL NUN as ass s trtvavte Tte z paara M M- Mists5wST I You Get The Best Of The Bargain AI MbMW1MM WORDS TO THE USE Our bank makes no invest m n s without ample security we cant afford to take ilsks moderate sure profits are for better than large Dividends with possible loss of principal Reliability honest methods fair rates of Interest and co iservative make sLi bank rank high Glad to tell you moreif you will ask anyone h re GARRARD BANK TRUST Iprotection If COMPANY I m C o m a Q 0W m asUJ 0X 0 W am L V THE National Bank Of Lancaster Sirplis 20000 A R DENNY President J B STOBMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J L Gill WI Williams eQUal 50000 CD aI sy nC- D W rim o c S when you buy our Flour at out 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 A1J ft MtIfMJlr Hairon BaldHeads Can Not be Hoped for if Hair Follicles are Dead k Dr Nott the famous hair and scalp specialist says seen there are few authentic instances where baldness has been successfully y treated If there was any treatment r in existence that would accomplish this result we Specialists would know about it It seems to be proved beyond doubt that dead hair follicles cannot grow hair any than dead seed can grow live plants Amongthethousands ofcasesIhave Jill more restore to its natural color that we ftaBtanceswitbontoaefaflBre I have also used QBAN HAIR TONIC let nlcolored hair evea cm bald heads where some hair follicles Uve enarantee thatIf they fail to refmded Why not Ugia aring them TODAY Bt 0MV0IJV0 WsMtt ear buy SOU DJT R E McRdberts Capital and Surplus OUR MOTTO Vigilance and BARK PAINT LICK OFFICERS E L Woods president W C Fish Vice President WG CMhier O U Terrill Am Cashier DIRECTORS Marion Coy B L Arnold J B Woods R O Gnyn J 8 Barrows W C Wynn E L Woods W C Fish J J WAXKBIC j S JOHHSOK Vice ORGANIZED 1883 Tip 61TIZENS flATIONU BANKs 01 LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcoooo SURPLUS 25000 B F Hubioir Cashier W O KmmT AsitCuhr C D WACKBR J J WALUK JB Asslt BookKeeper DwiMss Stlicito fronpt sad Careful AttetoD DIRECTORS J JbhMoa k1C HBdina J J Walker w1t8wenrthre cosIIIep WKaJ troablea I have used 1tstat Saham remediesllieremainsin the ftK1s the 1D0DeJ paid wID be 2600000 Prom tness I PEd t s II Kea Pill 7 Book 1x I01d 9IbbiL LewiAL l We ear gray haircare aad is bee ter1c b1 oas are sold ati se perbotlle for the QBAN HAIR TONIC d Sae perbe1SeforteQBANH IR a sr F r c t S I President i I i Alex Fallcerr p At Arnold 1 REPORT The Expenditures of County Havinaf been appointed by the Garrard County Fiscal Court to prepare for publication the income and expenditures of Garrard Count beginning April 1st ISM and ending April 1910 I wish to submit the following on hand in Treasury 1906 0743 98 Total Income 212397 29 otal 42141 27 KxPENDITURKS Potting meh on pike Ditching on turnpikes 1008 50 Repairing bridges 613 29 Road machinery and repairs on same 602 5 Paid for building new turnpikes Typewriters and V 100 00 Stenographers fees allowed by Cir Ct 127 50 Damages on county roads and fencing 2332 11 Hauling on county roads r 115780 Insurance on Public bull ings and bridges 551 20 Magistrates holding court work Burying paupers 216 50 Public printing 210 80 A i 1 4A IK Coroner for holding Inquest 44 25 Elections Attorneys fees defending lunatics ets 55 00 Pauper and charity accounts 266 43 Doctors for paupers poor 186 75 Lumber lor bridges 803 23 Hardware accts tools roads etc 276 50 Tending town clock 6100 Repairs on county buildings and fur niture 56803 Surveying roads 4160 Jailer for dieting prisoners and wait ing on court 143780 County Clerks 79660 Sheriffs Fees 568 52 Constables fees and other officers 98 89 Conveying prisoners irom other coun ties 3R 69 County officials salaries 361250 Telephone Acct 10 55 Witnesses before state board equaliza lion iTax supervisors Jt 13650 Expense on poor house faria 94 36 Books for county poor Medicine for poor 60 00 Coal for paupers and officers 47 91 Bond paid Interest on bonded debt 1010 00 Sheriffs commission collecting tax 1561 38 32713 90 Balance in treasury Apr 1907 9427 37 143141 27 Balance in Treasury Apr 1907 9437 37 Votal income all sources from April 1907 to April 19C8 32316 96 Total 14174423 EXPENDITURES Putfingmetal on pikes 11889 06 Ditching on turnpikes 157475 Repairing col verts and bridges Road machinery and repairs on same 150 70 Paid for building new turnpikes 1600 00 Repairs en type writer 2 50 Damages on county roads and fencing for same 1152 41 Hauling on county roads 1103 7 Insurance on public buildings and bridges 523 15 Magistrates holding court and com mittee work 316 00 Burying paupers 125 40 Public printing 114 CO Livery for county purposes Coroner for holding inquest 16 00 Elections 349 fltJ Attorney fees defending lunatics 373 77 Doctors for paupers and poor 92 00 Lumber for bridges and culverts Hardware account tools for road etc 855 96 Tending town clock 25 00 Repairs on county buildings and fur niture 68450 Jailer for dieting prisoners and court 81770 County Clerk fees 576 95 Sheriffs fees 405 25 Constable fees and other officers County officials salaries 4162 50 Telephone account 63 95 Tax supervisors 99 00 Expense on poor house farm 18105 Books for county noor 77 4 Medicine for poor 82 18 Coal paupers and officers 71 74 Turnpike bonds paid 1000 00 Interest on bonded debt Sheriff commission collecting tax 1572 12 Rock qnerry bought from S G 150 00 One half interest in workhouse bought from city 120000 Electric Light Co for lights Jamestown Exposition 100 00 Account for small pox patients 86 85 Two mule 375 00 Total expenditure 34817 88 Bal on hand in Treas April 1008 41744 33 Balance in treasury April 1908 6926 45 Total Income from all from April 1908 to April 1909 4362230 Total 4154875 EXPENDITURES Putting metal on pikes 12453 00 Ditching turnpikes 1234 42 Repairing cultivators and bridges 1025 52 Road maceinery and repairs on same 352 14 Paid for building new turnpikes 1919 80 Repairs on typewriter Stenographer fees allowed by Circuit court 36070 Damages on roads fencing for 1496 00 Hauling on county roads 11995 Insurance on public buildings and bridges 76750 Magistrates holding court and Com mittee work 31200 Burying paupers Public printing Livery for county 33 80 Coroner for holding 1750 Elections Attorney fees defending lunatics 25 00 Pauper and charity accounts for paupers and poor Lumber for bridges and culverts 888 47 acct tools for road etc 852 78 Tending town clock 2506 Repairs on county buildings and 996 07 Surveying county roads Jailer for die ting prisoners waiting on 113860 County Cleric fees 47312 Sheriff fees 375 M Constable fees and other officers 78 M Conveying prisoners from other coun ties 68 officials salaries 873750 67 85 Expense OB hoBse fana 18235 Books for county 81 66 Medicine 7or 77 17 for and officers Taraplkebondpald i l089e Interest on bonded debt 96009 Electric Light Co 67 96 Acetic patteHtn urn Lancaster waterwotki Acct 77 75 4 t nd lit repo Bala ce 10011 34 d 2000 00 nd 385 00 for county 263 58 fir 80 0e 100 00 1000 00 f 42 23 00 11145 35 95 iJ 1000 00 79 70 6626 45 f on 815 136 50 2Ji 35 eL Inquest I6t 48 03 1750 T7 m S r Income array f cnlverta 4 Committee Liver ands fees t i from 1653 waiting on for Anderson sources same 293 Doctors Hardware furniture 6850 court Telephone acct poor poor poor Coal pains 2118 tonight selfpet 11wT s y 1 Feed for Sheriff commission collecting Total expenditures Bal In Treasury April 1909 3532469 622409 41518 75 Bal in Treasury April 1909 Total Income from all sources from April 1609 to Aprrl 1910 3353751 EXPENDITURES Putting metal on pikes 11689 07 Ditching on turnpikes 144320 Repairing culverts and bridges 57 14 Road machinery and repairs on same 47 99 Paid for building new turnpikes Stenographer fees allowed by Cir Ct 10 00 Damages on roads and fencing same 599 05 Hauling on county roads 1177 25 Insurance on public buildings and bridges Magistrates holding court and com mittee Burying paupers Public printing Livery for county purposes 91 tO Coroner for holding inquest 58 25 Elections 22480 Attorney fees defending lunatics 40 00 Pauper and charity accts 388 93 Doctors for paupers and poor 44 00 Lumber for bridges and culvert 412 91 Hardware Accts tools for roads etc 457 59 Tending town clock Repairs on county buildings and fur nitnre Surveying county roads 35 08 Jailer for dieting prisoners and wait Ing court County Clerk fees 373 68 Sheriff fees 36422 Constable fees and other officers 93 00 Conveying prisonersfrom other coun ties 10 00 County officials salaries 378750 Telephone Acct 44 70 Expense witnesses before State board equalization 1600 Interest on note Board of Supervisors 19S 00 Expense on poor nouse farm M to Booke for county poor 61 08 Medicine for poor 82 3 Coal for paupers and officers 227 65 Interest on bonded debt 920 00 Electric Light Co for lights 101 75 Lancaster Water Works acct 54 00 Feed for teams 225 11 Repairing jail and building new cells 1539 13 10225 Sheriff commission collecting tax 1C23 is Total expenditures BalinTreasnryiApril 32138 50 7624 13 39762 OR A DOTY UNION J E Hammond went to Knox coun ty on business last week James Boss has opened a grocer store at Jack Hammacks old stand Mr Brock of Knox county ha been in this vicinity on business Mrs Fannie Eoebler went to recently ti be at the bedside of ber aunt who is dangerously ill Benj Sippel of Whitley county visiting relatives here Mr Sippel wants to teach in our county this year The noise of the hammer and saw It beard 311 over this community now from morn to mad6 by tbe erecting of tobacco barns On Friday in tbe home of her ovitber Mrs Fannie Hawley Mrs Joseph Smith breathed her last and Saturday the interment took place in the Stringtown cemetery whither a number of grief stricken rela Lives and friends had followed the body to pay the last tribute of love She is survived by her husband moth and several brothers and sisters Irs Smith was a devoted member of Christian church devoted to its work and every interest ARKSBUKF The infant child of Mr and Mrs White Marcee was quite sick the first of the week Messrs Head and Henry Burdctte of Burgin were guests in our vicinity SundayBev B A Watkins of Louisville preached two very interesting lOons Sunday morning and evening Miss Knapp West of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Mary this trade between M G Aid ridge and Joel Marcee did not go into effect on account of some points of disagreement in regard to the boun dary line Mrs Ben Hughes and daughter Della Rice have been with her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton The infant chuff of Mr and Mrs White M ircae who has been quite sick is improving Dell Rice Hughes of Lancaster Has returned home after a visit to her grandmother Mrs Margaret Sutton Childrens day will be observed at Pleasant Grove church Sunday after uoon Everybody iuvlted Mrs Colby Jenkins and children Mae and Mellville have returned nome after a vidt to Mr Jenkins and family Mr and Mrs Robert Speaks a few friends Sunday in honor jf his mother of Hubble Mr Tom Moore bad the misfortune to get his large tobacco hero burned last week The origin of the fire is unknown The barn was valued at 2000 a number of farm implements were ruined in the fire Mr Clayton Marcee and Miss Doxie Dorton surprised their friends by driving to Me Hebron and married last Wednesday afternoon The ceremony was performed By Bev G W Tompson of that place Muse Saeaan Sutton sold a and calf for 5000 The supper given by the Ladies Working Society last Wednesday eve ningat the parsonage was a success In everrieepect and the money collected expectations of the most sanguine The society apprecia tes the voluntary contributions to the1 supper of who are not members of our and withe to thank UMU fof tbe kjndnets teams 1so 21 tax 1677 65 09 Total 39762 53 800 ao 825 35 293 00 200 5o 192 25 25 00 256 02 892 75 80 co Turnpike pole 1000 OJ Building barn W Louisville i treat r the weekThe 11nd entertained 2 Went 1 I 624 night see Chestnut getting cow beyond those church it s Lucile Diary When father announced that he and his new young business friend Dare were going to leave Friday before last for a flying trip to Wash ington I Immediately proposed myself as a member of the party- I dont think that would do at an protested mother Your father and Mr Dare will have a great many mat ters to attend to and you would be In wayDaddy dear I said after kissing the tiny bald spot on fathers head Is your little girl ever In your No of course not child he Your mother simply meant that Dare and I are going to on pretty Important business and will be too much occupied to devote much time to your entertainment Otf there are so many Interesting things to see in Washington that I can entertain myself I said Father I remarked gayly Thurs day night My trunk Is packed for WashingtonWhy youre not really to go are you asked mother Of course I am I answered good naturedlyBut father did not say you couldHe did not say I couldnt did you daddyNo answered father but I fear my dear that youd better not go I havent been out of town for a long time father I urged and I love to travel with you I shall be dreadfully disappointed If you dont take me I could not keep back the tears as I spoke Oh well said father If the childs heart is set on the trip I suppose shell have to go Mr Dare proved a delightful companion We had some long talks while father was in the smoking compartment We disagreed Just enough to make our discussions spicy and by the time we reached Washing ton we were on the footing of old friends without having worn oft the novelty of our short acquaintance He had told me who were his favorite authors and I had named the actors I admired most and had laughingly con fessed that my two passions were the theater and automoblling Im sorry we cant go to some play tonight Miss Lucile he said as we were breakfasting at our hotel morning Unfortunately Is the order of this evening but we wont let anything Interfere with a nice little theater party Monday nightThat will be lovely I exclaimed enthusiasticallyWhen to my room after din ner Saturday evening I found a big bunch of roses a box of candy a thick new novel and a tiny note from Mr Dare expressing the hope that I would not be lonely during the evening I must say I think Mr Dare was very nice in some ways He was especially thoughtful about automo bibs Sunday he took father and me around Washington In a big touring car Monday he suggested that I go to the concert at the marine barracks- I was greatly astonished and de lighted to meet my old school friend Laura Burnett after the concert I had not seen her for years for she married a marine officer when she was a mere child Jack Is stationed here now she explained and we are having a time We are going to Fort Myer to a hop tonight and you must go with us Jack and I know a lot of bachelor officers who will make it pleasant for you Just then a perfectly stunninglook ing young man joined us and she him as Capt Blossom and he begged to be my to the hopAt first I hesitated but it seemed to me that it would be foolish to miss a military hop just to go to the so I accepted the invitation Laura and I went down to the hotel in the taxicab and I got an evening dress out of my trunk and wrote a few lines to father asking him to tell Mr Dare that I was dreadfully sorry to miss the play and that I hoped he and father would have a good time without me Capt Blossom and I dined with the Burnetts and then we all went over to Fort Slyer and had a perfectly evening I certainly think there are no men so handsome on a dancing floor as officers in uniform Where is Mr Dare I asked father the next day at for I did not get up to breakfast He took the midnight train for New York said father Im very much afraid that your absence from the play last night offended Dare for he west away very unceremoniously Oh daddy he never could have missed poor little me I said but father still looked grave The trip home was awfully dulL Fa ther was engrossed in his business pa pers and when he did talk he kept say Ing that he feared Mr Dares feelings had been hurt Goodness father I said at last dont worry Surely Mr Due Ismt a sensitive plant Whea he calls as he said he would do youll see that hes just as cordial as ever But strangely enough although he has been at home several days Mr has not yet caned Neither kas Capt Blossom sent me the photograph of himself in fulldrees vxifom that he promised to forward at oace I think men are all faithless creatures Value ef Salt Few peraoas understand the value of salt A little salt la ones drinking water Is good ellSalt applications to skin are wonderfully soothing and whole There te nothing better as the throat and the nasal yas sages to provost or to ears catarraal- trdnbles than a soMIon of com saw In plain water UM cheapest edy one sal May person ghr their a dally hath af e M salt vn tsr sftttaCMtarr I From I i Walter I wayt replied Washington expecting 1 travel- Ing business lovely introduced escort theater i luncheon i I j I I I I I iDare i I the come or r iW i Saturday f delightful laughingly Came Sometimes therapeutic fine awash ea can wick reeatr I THE COMET HAS GONE But GLEN LILLY FLOUR is still here and rising in nearly everybody ovens You can get it at any good grocery They have our Meal grades of Flour too Phone 47 and get some Garrard Milling Company HOT Par Tie BOYS We ask the parents to bring the boys to our store for their NEW CLOTHES We are showing some splendid values that guarantee to give good service have se 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 J IIII I I I I I I IIII t i I i I t- 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIfaI I I I Iii another i we- T ri YOU CAN TEST OUR LUMBER any way you please It will stand it splendidly For we handle no unsound stuff of any description We know and you will learn that the best lumber is the cheapest in the be ginning as well as in the end And our lumber decidedly comes up to quality called best Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co We have just received a large line of Implements 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 may room at prices to please you Becter Ballard Go- Bryantsyille Ky t v GOODS Deering J t i j v New 4 J Pleadof showing the prettiest and most varied line of at 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 Joseph Mercantile Company i 1 1 1 W e II S II II IIx E z IE lei IS I X ISIthemost I 11 II I u Guilty wE-j 5 IE i I j The We hare a beautiful selection and large c innate Commencement Gifts Frisbies Drug Store L filfiW W L Ji4 WlfJjrpm rrfH I t I I i I Wf3I H J 6 1W fmr riIf Goa LiriafS t ztLLZY LZ7 ll4sW ort pr Spring Fashion EXHIBIT OF Fleisher Clothing of all that isNewest and best in correct apparel for men We invite everybody to call and I see the New Spring and Summer 6 styles Its a gathering no eye can rest 8 upon without gleaming with pleasure S Here are fashions very latest and best creations offered for the inspec approval we f all a careful discriminating dressers f were never more attractive S g0g g 0I g g g0g0E E E0E0g I I i tionand hope styles o patterns never more pleasing and we can emphatically state our values will sur prise all who 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 our lines have been carefully and thorough ly examined we now have on display here tt i t i i I were examine r 1 I t inc I for your benefit The cream of them all NEW NEW- 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 prove to your own satisfaction that our goods are all we claim for them by wearing one of our spring suits You can have your money back if they do not satisfy When it comes to prices our compeditors are not in it Logan Lancaster Kentucky 6 I i I 1 i j j J iB T J 4t i 3 t b t O j can- o J f 8 9HF OMOx 0iK OB j Q 0 1 Gossip About People N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Arc In Lige Ford is at home for the sum mer Mrs W R Cook was in Danville last week Mr T M Wilson of Cave City was here last week Mr S S Short of Sbelbyville was a recent visitor in Lancaster Fred P Frisbie made a short visit to Danville the past week Miss Jennie Pepples of Stanford is the guest of Miss Hallie Brown Miss Sue Anna Lear is at home for vacation from Hamilton College J B Walker of Richmond has been with his brother Mr T B Walker Misses Miry and Gertrude Noel of Danville are with Lancaster friends Miss Birdie McClure of Stanford is the guest of Miss Alice Hudson Rig neyMrs Larry D Jones and interesting children of Monticello are here for a visit Messrs Kauffman of Georgetown are guests of J E and Thomas El moreMr Dave Thomas was in Winches ter Monday and witnessed the Ball gameMiss Eliza Rucker of Paint Lick has been a recent guest of Miss Callie AdamsMrs David Chenault of Richmond is visiting her daughter Mrs J W ElmoreMrs West and daughter Miss Bettle are visiting in Lexington this week Misses Mattie Lee Hubble and Lu cile Eubanks are at home from Ham ilton College Miss Nancy Walker is expected home from RandolphMacon College in a few days Miss Edna Kavanaugh is at home from Nashville where she has been at tending school Miss Altie Marksbury is the guest of her sister A H Rice of Richmond Ind Mrs Robert Thompson of Crab is the guest of Mr and Mrs Booth Thompson Mrs Wm Arbuckle and Miss Lottie Farris of Kirksville were visitors in Lancaster Friday Miss Wadie Lee Mret left for a visit to Lexington Frank fort and Cincinnati Miss Maud Wilson of Richmond is visiting her sisters Mrs W R Gott and Mrs L N Miller Mrs S A Maret left Thursday for a visit to her daughter Mrs Grant Trumbo of Frankfort Miss Amo Hamon of Carlisle came Wednesday for a visit to her cousin Miss Fannie Tinder Mrs Belle Burnside has returned from a visit of several months to her daughter in Monticello Miss Mary Clark Eigleman left Thursday for a protracted visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Annie Herndon has from a visit to her brotber Leslie Herndon of Lexington Miss Lillian Kinnaird left Saturday for a visit to Dr and Mrs W B Burnside of Barbourville Mrs Mattie P Friable returned Monday from a visit to Mr and Mrs WC Price of Danville Mr and Mrs W R Gott and little daughter have returned from a days stay in Louisville Rev Mr Mahoney and daughter Miss little of Stanford were visitors here Sunday e HIw Naomi Ballon of Richmond I r Mrs Orchard Wednesday 1 several Mahoney f d d came Wednesday for a visit to Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis Miss Dave Harris of Danville is here with her sisters Mesdames John Anderson and S H Anderson Mr Wm Bogle of New Orleans has joined his wife here for a visit to Mr and Mrs W H Wherrltt Miss Mary Arnold is at home again after a pleasant stay with her sister Miss Allia Arnold in Indianapolis Mrs Win Steele has returned to her home in after a stay with her sister Mrs T B Walker Dr J L Slavin and sister Mrs Nannie Jones of Danville have been guests of Mr and Mrs T S Slavin Mesdames R L Elkin and J M Farra have returned from a visit to Mrs George A McRoberts in Coving ton Mrs E C Barnard of Washington D C is expected home June 12 for a visit to her mother Mrs Pattie D Gill Hilton and little niece Cecil Batson have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs J H Hilton of StanfordMrs A Ehener and children and Miss Clara Miler of West Va are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs N Miller After trimmisig here for Mis Kin riaird several months Miss Stella Alexander returned to her home in LouisvilleThe Aid Society of the Christian church will meet Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock at the home of Mrs J R Haselden Mesdames J C Hemphill of Louis ville anti John L Anderson of Wash ington D C are visiting their Mrs Arthusia Currey Mrs Ross gave a charming six oclock dinner Tuesday to meet Prof and Mrs S H Nickells The color scheme was red and white Mrs Jobb Francis and little son Louis and Miss Janie Doty are at home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Jennie Armstrong f Frankfort Mesdames J B Kinnaird C C Brown J A Amon and W R Cook have returned from the Capital where they attended the State Federation of the Womans Clubs Mrs S A Walker gave a most sum ptous dinner Sunday to a number of her friends Covers were laid for six and artistic decorations prevailed throughout the house Mr and Mrs B D Herndon and little son will leave Lancaster shortly for their new home in Lawrenceburg Mr Herndon has secured an appoint ment as a U S Gauger Mrs Will Vanhuss and sister Miss Kittie Larmer of Pennington Va who have been visiting their aunt Mrs Milton Ward near town are with W H Ward this week Mrs Wm Lear entertained at a twelve oclock dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs S H Nickels A most de rightful menu was served and the table appointments were very artis tic Miss Amanda Anderson gave a lon cheon to the pupils of her grade in her class room She was assisted in dispensing the good things to the scholars by Mesdames J B Kinnaird and J A Beazley Elder F M Tinder preached at night this week at the warehouse at Hyattsville This building being commodious Large crowds gathered to hear this earnest faithful minister expound the gospel Mr and Mrs R E McRoberts leave June 8 for a visit to Va They go to attend the graduating ex ercises of their gifted young daughter Miss Lefty Mae McRoberts at Ran dolph Macon College Mrs D W Bridges and little son D Warren will leave Monday for Ca diz Ky vi it Mrs Bridges mother Prof Bridges will remain in Lancaster about June 20th when he will go to Knoxville to attend summer school Mrs Towles Walker is in Ltbwoo Ni MissSusie Bastin t Unlasville mother mot Lynchburg until e r visiting her father Rev A S Moffett She went to attend the marriage of her sister Mr Robert McMullen The ceremony to occur at the home of the bride and to be performed by her father Rev Mr Dawson of Sterling who held a successful revival here at the Methodist church several years ago and who has been engaged in a recent meeting in Richmond was in Lancaster several days and preached two nights at the Presbyterian church Mrs U D Simpson and Miss Sue Brashear were hostesses for the Sew ing Club at its Farewell meeting Tuesday evening Beautiful gifts the work of the Club were exchanged Refreshments of a delightful kind were served The meetings will be resumed after vacation Monday night the Circle Girls gave a most delightful reception to Mrs S H Nickell at the home of Mrs L G Davidson The society colors green and white prevailed all the decorations and the dainty place cards the toasts given and the refreshments served made the eve ning certainly an enjoyable one BUENA VISTA Bert Hensley returned from a few weeks stay in Cincinnati Otis BInkeman and wife of Jessa iiiine were recent iiturs at Blake man Mr William Christopher was elected as delegate to County Sunday Schoo Convention at Lancaster from Browns Chapel Mr U F Brickey will go from Mt Olivet Mr Guy Eisley of Spears spent Saturday and Sunday with Archie SkinnerThe Endeavors are plan Wing a social in the near future BUCKEYE Mrs Wm Burton is very sick at this writing Oscar Ray had a valuable mare to die last week of lockjaw Miss Flossie Mae Sutton has return ed to her home in Lancaster after spending two weeks with friends here 3Ir and Mrs George Ray were guests of Mr and Mrs L 31 Crutch field at Stone Sunday Ed Dickerson visited his cousin Harry Rainey at Lancaster the first of the week Miss Nora Long visited her sister Mrs R I Burton last week Miss Wilma Miles Ray of Stone has been visiting bliss Cordelia Ray Misses Katie Mae and Mayme Dick erson visited relatives at Lancaster Saturday and Sunday PAINT LICK Miss Maggie Francis of Cincinnati has been visiting her parents for days The ladies of the Christian church will the a strawberry and ice cream supper at Fishs hall Friday night Mrs W G Kemper is the guest of her sister at Georgetown Indiana Mr Salem Wallace of Lexington nas returned to his home after several days visit with relatives here Mr W O Slavs of Richmond spent Monday with his parents Dr and Mrs N Mays Rev Carmichael of Missouri con ducted a several days meeting and held communion services at New Hope church last Sunday Mr R G Woods has accepted a po sition as cashier in a bank at Iowa He and family left for there Sunday Miss Maddell King is at home from Normal School at Richmond She has just recovered from a spell of measlesMr Mrs J H Burke were the guests of Mrs Joe McCormack one day last week Misses Stella and Mayme Mc Whorter had for their guests last Saturday and Sunday Misses Hattie Sutton Ethel Hilton Ruth Breeding Lucy Noe and Mary Ward Mrs W S Carrier of Lancaster was the guest of her sister Mrs Caa noa McWhorter last week Miss Emma Moffett to I lIt I I f throughout several Civic Notes Mounds of fertilizer look well in a truck garden but how does It strike you when allowed to remain on one ot the prominent streets week after week Please notice Danville street It is all right to depend on the moon for street lighting when it shines but what about the recent cloudy dark night with nary a ray of light or artificial- A petrified brick inspires confidence because it is hard strong and endur ing But folks would like them if used on muddy street crossings instead of In useless unsightly piles Concrete sidewalks are wanted so badly in Lancaster that the residents of Richmond street actually the Council tc establish the street grade and allow them to build at this time nearly 1500 feet and more con tracted for Every body likes good dogs when not too plentiful A good dog is mans best friand but the streets and park do not make good kennels Is it not the Marshals duty to take all hogs out of town limits after 31 ly 1 If so whence these odors which us so unmercifullt I YWJU IT IN HIS CHU1N Sell your bacon to Currey Just opened a fresh lot of Lowneys Candy 33tf R Zimmer Try a can ofjlawawian pine apple at Curreys tt Get my price on a buggy and you will get a bargain Romans 527tf Currey has aljjwnds ot fresh veget ables every week tt Fresh Lowneys CandyStZi 3ttf Too many and They are going cheap W J Romans 7 27tf line Lee Turner 24tf Buggy harness W J Romans very cheap Buy your chlckenjeetlat Curreys place tt Dont buy a harness until you get my price TVWfRomans o27tf Cow Cane seed at Just received a JOc assortment of china at Curry Come in and get choice We handle thefamous Red Cross brand of flour Lee Turner 24tf I am overstocked on buggies For thirty days get great 527tf Highest for produce 2Itt I am running an Enaplojraemt office If jounced a haioV meat No 41 Geo Baker H Lancaster For fine photos enlarge ents newspaper cuts go to the Mile street Danville Ky 2t House Raising a special ty Best references BpjrtOS Tele phone 16 Baldwin Danville Ky J228G pd Thtt PvMfc We desire to tfce we willfs eals OK county other day Thaak inft you for your put patrooage Mrs Jack Ad S If Y M mrm Amhitlaua Write to ae lid I will cell you how to tuna your spare time Ito cask Iwill put loach with am oppec trinity that you fato a par CMUMBt tMBiBMIor fCWTO v HTKGooiall 219 Monroe St Chicago l I petItion- ed assail r fIN U W J Phone 199 toranything in thegrocery 5zrtt setof Peas eLand Banks bar- gaIns martit country Turner Ky via as C3 e CassadllY tudio J H T ate t I future re co y 8L loam D s sssv natural better r i buggies IIudsaas you ca tie Romans pr phone motl and will lead i- PURE ICE CREAM picked in IOF and delivered to your door at g 35cts per quart 60 cents per half gallon per gallon J J S S S S S 1JS I I G iS 100 r f i i s1- IS 1s i Pure- I- is r Ills 1 Its All I Cream s 1s 1M 1 1 1 Y I GIVE IT A TRIAL G I Henley VIBastin Prop I Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster l y S S S S JJStlS 1l StltlSS s 1 USED UN VE S bF 4 I rlA rl 111 1 ly hiss h li- llHl 4 WHEY Cortrisrlit Metal Shingles were first introduced 25 yeas ago you had some excuse f r being sceptical But nbxv If you ire fceplical it cm orh lc because you do rot know facts ir tlc case are used today from the Atlantic to tc Pacific for al land j of under all conditions f They arc fireproof stormproof never leak raid last as long as the building itself without needing rtnair For further detailed information to g Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Reefing Ccn pf 113 Philadelphia Pa COME TO THE LANCASTER COLORED AUGUST II 12 13 1910 When you think of building see the Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished i Automobiles i AGENTS FOR F O B DETROIT- We also handle Automobile supplies oils tires etc 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 COrT1tt tTM T Lr7b Jj i II F i i i Danville Lurnner Manufacturing Co i II uw J I I JI II III I I III I lj I thee They building apply Metal Y e NNNN Not NN N N N f- p l1 9 IiIi and rMlrw Als N i i BOURNE G B Carpenter sold J5 fat hogs to Lancaster parties at SJc J D of Lancaster bought 21 bead of cattle from Tom Hicks at 4c delivered In July Mr John tam and wife spent Sun day With Mr and Mrs D B Carpen ter F L Clark sold a bunch of shoats at 300 per hundred Mr Lem Teater and family were visiting at Mr near Hebron Sunday Mrs Say Speakes and children were guests of Mr Speakes and family at Brjartsvilte Sunday Mr and Mrs Oiho Mmt omery were with her sister Mrs Chas Wells of Wilfflore part of last week Mr J S Carpenter and wife re turned Monday from a visit to rela tives at Lexington and Versailles M aid Mrs Thomas Turner Lex J Page ForeSt Curtis Jim j s t Y ington are wib relatives here Mr Cba Wells and family of Wil more were weekend guests of her parents Mr and Mrs G K Carpenter A T SCOTT AuctioneerBuena 7 Years Experience and 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Write me for dates Will be in Lancaster every county I court day to you Phone 3o i9B Burgiu Exchange 1 trifler i serve Kentucky Splendid New Statehouse Dedicated With Imposing Ceremonies I C j j i I I j I j i I I I I I I I I I I 1 I GOVEUXOlfS STATE KECElTIOX BOOM MAIX COKKIBOi PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF KENTUCKYS NEW CAPITOL FRANKFORT June 2 Thou sands of people ac the cere monies incident to the dedica tion of Kentuckys new state house today witnessed tHC official cul mination of a of more than a hundred years on the part of Frank fort to retain the seat of government and on the part of other cities in tlu state to have the capital removed from Frankfurt The citizens of Frankfort in that hundred years fight have donated thousands of dollars toward paying for the first three or four statehouses and more thousands in entertaining various legislatures in the effort to re tain the seat of government here Un til the present splendid structure actually built the Frankfort peoylc have felt uneasy lest something mint happen to rob them of the statehouse The dedication of the new building has put all doubts to rest Thousands of people from practically every county in the old commonwealth journeyed to Frankfort this well to witness or take part in the formal More 700 schoolgirls came on train from Lonlsville and j sang a song part of the dedica tion program A big temporary platform was erect ed immediately in front of the capitol building and from this stand United States Senator W O Bradley delis his eloquent speech as the orator of the day Mayor Polsgrove of Frankfort the address of welcome and Willson made a speech preceding that delivered by Senator Bradley Several hundred former students of the Kentucky Military institute which school flourished four miles from Frankfort for more than fifty years were in attendance having decided to hold a reunion here on dedication day Official Program Following is the official program as arranged by the dedication committee and carried out- a 8 oclock a m Firing signal gun at arsenal b 9 oclock a of the reception and transportation committees I under their leaders to assemble at respective posts of assignment to and care for visitors- c 10 oclock a of gray of Rev J McClusky Blayney in Frank fort cemetery by committee of the Frank fort Business Mens club as provided by resolution of that body In recognition of his loyalty to and his exertions in the of the seat of government at Frankfortd m Exercises at the 1 Salute fired from Arsenal hilL 2 Music by band 3 Invocation by Bishop Lewis W Bur ton 4 Welcome on behalf of city by Mayor J H Polsgrove 5 Song America by Louisville Girls High school G Address by Governor Augustus E 7 Music by band I PREACHERS VI LLK MI Jasper Collins sold a sow and pigs to M r J M Cress for 50 Mr GeorgeLunsford of near Goshen visited at his brothers Mr Benj Aria T Lunsford Lucile Ballard has returned from a pleasant visit to her uncle Mr Aubrey Bourne Bryantsville wife of Mr Jack Collins a 19pound girl MJiiEuth Durham who hai b i I I wa ceremonies asa delivered Governor mDetachments their I rccele mDecoration retention capI- tol I Willson Born to F I fight mane our are r lies near the S i 4 r- Y y i S Address by Senator William 0 Brad Icy 9 Song by Louisville Girls High school 10 BenedIction by Father T S Major 11 Dixie by band In the afternoon band concert in the capitol build ng when the building and offices therein were opened for inspection visitorsFrom oclock p m to 11 oclock p m state reception in the capitol building with old fashioned Kentucky house legislation For New Capitol When the legislature of 1901 met state of Kentucky was practically out of debt and a bill appropriating 1 000000 for the erecting of a new state capitol passed that body with but one dissenting vote A commission to out the provisions of the act was appointed consisting of the following J C W Eeekhain governor n V McChesney secretary of state S W linger state auditor N B Hays at torney general and n M Bosworth state treasurer At the first meeting Henry B Ware was elected secretary to the board It was provided by the act above re ferred to that the new building was to be erected upon the site of the old but when the architect Frank M An drews of Dayton 0 presented his plans it was found that the old was not suitable for the proposed structure A special session of the legislature was called to meet in Jan nary 1D05 to consider the matter and the location was changed to South Frankfort on the grounds known as the IIuut place containing thirty acres for which the state paid 40 000 iA contract was let to the General Supply and Construction company of New York for the erection of the building On Aug 14 1005 ground was broken for the foundation and on June 16 100G the cornerstone laid Iucideut to the change of admluis trttIon which occurred on Jan 1 1908 the following commissioners took charge of affairs Augustus E Wit son governor Lien L Bruner wry of stale Frank P James state auditor James Breathitt attorney gen oral and Edwin Fatter state urer and thereupon Captain Edward M Draue was elected secretary to the board Under this new management con tracts were let for the completion and furnishing of the building and on July 26 1909 the building was first occupied by Secretary of State Ben L Bruner New Statehouse Described The face work of the building is con structed of limestone from Bedford Ind with a Vermont grnuite base and rests upon a concrete foundation It Is surrounded by an architectural terrace with concrete floor covered with vitrified brick The outer wan attending at Omaha Neb has arrived at Whtes Mill and will teach ia Liuct In couutF this year Mr S K Dudderrar of Gilberts creek section was here Muuday look ing after culverts on thee turnpikes Disposition keeps him on the go all proposition for one man fo noodle Mr TbomasJKTaylor wife and cKiid were visiting his father Sunday Mr and Mrs Gastineau of aveii visiting eel warming carry location I wa f the time The turnpikes area big I I seer trey stop I school Groper areas Point Lt were k s C c s I of the building are ornamented wltl Ionic columns on the front four on either end and thirty on the hack all of which are monoliths twen tyseven feet ten inches tall weighinj about eighteen tons each The pediment over the north en trance designed by Charles Henry Niehaus of New York and executed by the Austrian sculptor Peter for the sum of 10000 is richly tured and adds greatly to the appear of the building The heroic fig tire in the center Ken tucky standing in front of a choir o I state Her immediate attendants arc Progress who is seen kneeling at hei feet pushing a winged wheel Hi tory on the right is recording th events of the richly peopled past Plenty stands in the left background with a cornucopia overflowing win fruit and ruin Art is represented on the right by a female figure with palette and brush in her hand In the rear facing Art by male figure stripped to the waist and grasping a hammer An agricultural aspect is introduced by groups of and horses with male and female figures wreathing the creatures as in festal array The idea of the stntue is portrayed in the two ends of the pediment by its grouping and its in divisibility and stability arc shown in the state seal which is indicated at the left end by a group of two vigor tying fasces signifying strength and unity At the other end is an Indian group of two figures suggestive of pioneer days crouching with fear watching the approach of civilization The dimensions of the new are as follows Total length from east to west 403 feet depth of central part of building through the vestibule ISO feet diameter of ro tunda 57 feet height of building from terrace floor to top of parapet Avail SO feet height of dome from terrace floor to top of lantern 212 feet width of agricultural terrace at the front and rear of the wings of the building anil at the east end 30 feet width of cultural terrace at the west end and rear of central pavilion 40 feet length of pediment from east to west 74 feet height of pediment from base line to apex 25 feet The following Items represent the cost of the building Amount ex pended for building proper 11SO 43480 amount expended for grounds 63703 amount expended for carpets marble floors mural paintings etc 141881 amount ex pended for metal file cases vaults etc 45188 amount expended for power plant 90000 amount expend ed for enrichment of pediment 40 000 amount expended for heating lighting and electrical fixtures 108 70320 amount expended for terrace and landscaping 100000 making a grand total of 1SGOCOO a here Sunday Thompson of Boyle Miss Hallie Brown of Garrard were in this city last week I Miss Katie Payne of Taphanna and Ms Marguerite Lykfns of Griffin Station were here last week I Mr Editor your last issue contains one mistake i e to give courting les sons to Mr Ira Holtzolaw If we knew as much about courting as he we wouldnt stay here or anywhere erne long at a time 1 Ir v I I I tllirt two lance I represents I I I Labor cattle statehouse a total furnI- ture I Mis and IIf 4 h JOOi Buss seal s at Eves Ella rT ate Y S lit Farm and Stock W B Birtou nought a tine show horse in Liiicoln couit this week i Frank Marksbury bought a horse of V B Burton fur 200 A movement is being made by a number of wealthy and intelligent urn in New York City to improve tin abandoned farms in tint State They wli apply scientifit ayri M I vie to the worn out laud and expect t bring it up to a prulifahle cmuii i HI Their work and i s resuils will be watched with interest and reported in all the farm papers of country A carriage company at Indian fai ed recently tui account of- i the auto business The company put into an auto plant and that failed and the carriye factory failed with it Cu tivation was tint instituted to keep down weeds it was found ever thaLit does more than this and of cultivation are even now very understood lit cultivating a patch of beans if we quit at nightfall task hair dune the eye of the educated plxir terday are much different in color fie foliage a much dark r and thf tie rows look mu h aid th i t ei this condition indicates that j the cultivated had nitrogen in the lite lit and that the other plants did nit have The immediate effects of small doses of nitrogen is to darken yr en in the leaves When came this nitrogen Is it a fact as some scientisls have hiufd that there are nitrifying bacteria in the soil that are u Is to lay hold of the atmospheric ci trogen and fie it in the soil for the im mediate Ue of the plants Cultiva tion by forming surface mulch of the fine si i ends lo conserve moisture cultivation slis particles of oryai ic matter expo it to he action or the air where it oxi hzw burns Cutivation is very exhaustive of soil fertility cultivation probally urges bacteria to greater activity by cluing fog their location and in this way in creases plant foot anyway we have found a clean cnlivated orchard to iivesiineiit it looks wen trees do better cultivated than in way cutvalion facrittites ir rigation and leaves in the best condition to moistxre but t link it may be overdone There can be nothing gained after the soil mulch is once former it seems a mistake be constantly turning damp soil to the surface to be dried our when the main oljsct of the cultivaiion is to cot serve the m isnire Ex ract from a d dress by J A Balmer Sr before the Washington State Horticultural sociation Drink It Standing Heres to the ones who are glad to have been brought on the worlds stage who are joyous in the playing of their part well and who will be happy to so when the curtain falls Judge FARMERS COLUMN i IO O COC 9OOO OOC 000 OOOOoOOOC 0 M rfpace below this heading for the exola cite use of oar farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain and arch things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to afire tise Xo notice will be accepted over Hues and will two issues of the RECORD free of charge For Sale 1 pair coming 4vearoll norse mules Geo Y Conn Fur tine Boars Dan East Ky For Both usage orange aud Ic cost posts Ss aud 9 ft in length I Conn For young guilts to rind pigs ia a few days also a good young curt Win Rjyston Fairview For A ood 12 year old horse absolutely gentle Telephone 309F male hog with black and red spots R L Hubble I have 48 acres of grass to rent near Sculls Fork church J L Lifrell Lost Wednesday afternoon a class pin B II S OG Bring to this office f ouud For Sale Cheap A Brown wilking uulivator also a hay rake and a two horse corn planter Jim W Woods LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS 1 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts Si ih07 51 Shipments 1749 716 CATTLE Shippers G tr 7 50 Butcher steers extra 70C715 Good to choice 25700 Common to fair 42o60Heifers extra 7CC710 Good to choice Common to fair 3 25 G 00 Cows extra 525550 Good to choice 4 50 5 15 Common to fair 2 25t40 Canners 2253J5 Balls bolognas 2759540 Extra 550 Fat balls 5 50 6 00 CALVES extra oo Fair to good 7 03 S 75 Common and large 5 00 7 50 HOGS good packers and batchers 9 65 9 70 Mixed packers 9 60S 70 Stags 6 50 7 60 Common to choice heavy tat sows 7 50 S 85 960 9 70 Pigs 110 lbs and less 875965 SHEEP extra 525 Good to 460500 Common ttf fair 3 00 4 58 LAiLtSryitra 925 875 f Common tofalri 7 8 8 50 r I I t he Anderson- I Itsmoney howl the imperfectly Wit hour I larger pIlOts tIle I ill up- I be a the sil ab orb e t A o I be in SaleThree Teat rwilJe Sal F SaleThree Sale LostA G OQ 6 9 Lightshippers j13 eGood to chorea J t lreeis thaIgreen P good another a j b oooosoooaoooo00000000ooooovooeoao jot only ute 3 9 choice N k t t Nearly all woman some pain at times due to I the ailments peculiar to their I sex If your trouble Is yet in I a mild form take Cardui to prevent it becoming mere E serious If you have suffered P long years get Cardui at ionce Use persistently and I it will help you I Mrs Eells of New Hartford la was afflicted for 24 years She writes For the past 24 years I have been afflicted with womb trouble causing extreme pain in right side and back altogether making life a burden I tried doctors and various other remedies without relief Finally I using Wine of CarduL Now I am entirely cured I cheerfully advise all women dui Sold everywhere CRAG ORCHARD Mrs L F Jones from a protracted to her mother near London Miss Ruth McCollum of Junction Ciy is visiting Mrs O F Mrs W 11 Furr and children vislf ed her sister MrsJuo McCurley the first of the week Miss Georgia Lewl who was of the primary department at Wiliiamsburg year is enjoy iu r a much needed rest ac the springs Mr aud Mrs J G Riddle are re joicinjr over the arrival of a tine boy at their home Miss Kate Bronaujh has been iij her parents Rtlitives from Paris are visiting Mrs Fannie Culver who has been st riousy ill Judye Culver went to Pulaski last week to see his daughter who contin uesiu acri icai condition The commencement exercises of the Crab Orchard Graded and High school were held at the Baptist church Fri day evening iliy 27 The program rendered was excellent and much praise is due who so rairfc fully performed thtir duty The cloir lug act was a play entitled Too much of a good thintr which lasted forty rite minutes and was a credit to alt those who took part Lovely Complexion A Clear Skin end Bright Eyes are Eaky to Uet All the beauty creams in creation wont improve your complexion ifyour stomach L out of order Baching of gas aud heartburn meani bad ford in the stomach Had vouch means bad blood and bad blood means a bid complexion Try Miona stomach tablet for stomach misery biliousness dizziness and indigestion They relieve in a few minutes they make rich red blood They are guaranteed to cure or money back Read what a Kansas woman sacs 1 want to praise Mio a stomach tablets for I had been docrorLiir a year forstomach trouble and found nothing that did me as much good as M ana does I only have tesecond box and it has relieved all paia in my stimach For all wilt suffer from stomach trouble cr indigestion Miona cant be beaten You can use nay name for Miona has done a world of good for me when doctors failed Mrs Cordelia B Mann 20T E llth S Junction City Kansas Sovl 100- 9Micaa stomach taplets are sold by druggists and by R E JIiRoberts fur 50 cents a large box Test samples free from Booths Buffalo If Y Cures catarrh or back dUst breathe itin Complete outfit inhaler 1 bottles 50c Druggists Peculiar Freak in Explosiorr The explosion of a gas oven to a plant at Jamestown N Y blew a casing from the fourth story ot the building into the river Some time later the casing was recovered and a watch that had been hanging on a nail in it was still attached and keeping good time Popular Mechanics KILL COUGH MB CURE me LUNGS suffer L nervousness similarly afflicted to try Car E44 vi it her aunt Kin Principal the P1t visit th teachers everywhere ItYJMEI window THE WITH IrliltsIIiscnIry o r Pain Iii CARDUI began returned Carver Mona If01 em nJCJI R B HcRoberts Drug Store oS S LL11111Mafl LrlliTNus- tUcruAaunsaTIIP You ZAtUIDZD rr r