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THE CENTRAL RECORD EIGHTEENTH TEAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST W07 4 I ntusa 2y Big Bargains and H Genuine Ruberoid Roofing i Haselden Bros Wholesale and Retail Hardware tfliUiUtt1 mmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 3 in 5 a i Buggies a i Harness I F r S J m m WG Y r-S a- A 1- r 1- d t 1 1 1 r a 1 r I J1Beazle9- I Undertaker Arterial aM Cavity uu Dnurllle Sweet Ebalag- s 41Lce jssisPsssusssPsssPe1sssses FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK JIIIIIIII T 1 rTTTr t 160 L DAVIDSON Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R AttorneyAt Law WmHerndon Ben D Herndon IERNBON HERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store I I There will be no excursion to Ciocin nati next Sunday the rail road cum paoy being short of equipment The crop of blackberries is not up to what was expected and their is great disappointment among the housekeepers Mr Mount has been appointed chairman of the Garrard County Demo cratic Committee to serve during 1907 The appointment was made by the State Central Committee James Hatcher proprietor of the Danville stage line has had a tele phone installed in his residence for convenience of patrons All orders promptly answered tf Exchange Saturday The ladies of the Baptist church will have an exchange in the Stormes room on Danville street next Satur day afternoon They will appreciate your patronage Faulconer Property Sold The Faulconer property was sold this week to Mrs Isaac Hamilton who will take possession immediately Mrs Faulconer will soon leave to spend some time with her children and she preferred selling to renting the place I Circuit Court Circuit court better known as big court will convene two weeks from next Monday and tomorrow Friday is the last day in which suits for this term may be filed There are several I criminal cases on the docket and the civil business promises to be better than for some time past Big Mortgage Filed The Central Kentucky Traction Co which recently bought the property of the Bluegrass Traction Co this week filed a mortgage at Frankfort for four million dollars in favor of a Philadel pbia Trust Co The mortgage states that the funds are to be used to build connecting lines from Lexington to other named cities including Church Dedication At Paint Lick The Christian Church at Paint Lick which has been recently built will be dedicated the first Sunday in Septem her Elder J H Macneill of Wincbes ter will preach the dedicatory ser mon Everybody invited to come and bring a basket of dinner along Elder J M Rash of Winchester the pastor will begin a series of meetings on Sat urday night before the fourth Sunday in this month and will continue a few days after the dedication M K Denny J R Lancaster DENTIST II Office over Herndons jewelry store II II Were now offering MidSummer Bargains In everything in HighClass Dry Goods Heres the Chance of a Lifetime The Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated Dry Goods Dress Goods Ladies Shoes Furnishings Carpets Etc JTUJ JI J SWWr J J JI JfW l 1 The report that a drunken man at tempted to kill Matt Cohen at the Lancaster fair tired his pistol on the grounds and kicked up other devilment is a fake No disorder of any kind oc curred on the fair grounds or in during the fair A Good Ad Rev A S Phelps pastor of the M E church at Plainville Wis runs a standing ad in the local paper attention in display type to the goods he handles It read as follows Eternal Life Assurance Company Home Office Heavenly City New Jerusalem President the Lord Jesus Capital Gods everlasting love The firm assures you peace and joy here and in the next world a life of blessedness No certificate of health necessary Lancaster Boy Honored His many Lancaster friends are glad to learn that Mr Bert A Spencer form erly of Lancaster is meeting with so much success in Louisville He is the leading member of the Spencer Hat Co the most prominent retail dealers in the Falls City and is rapidly mov ing toward the shady side of Easy Street He was appointed by Mayor Bingham as a member of the board of City Councilmen in the recent clean sweep made which tells of the high standing he enjoys with the public men The Record congratulates Mr Spencer on his success The Colored Fair The greatest event among the color ed people in this section is the Colored Fair and they look forward with the greatest interest to the dates The exhibition began this Thursday morning and will continue through Saturday The officers and consist of the very best colored citizens in the town and county and the affairs of the organization are con ducted on strictly business principles The music is being furnished by Prof Wilsons band of Lexington and is the best the association has ever had The rings will be well filled and the show of stock good Many white people will attend as they should and thus help these honorable colored citizens in their enterprise Success to Tobacco Growers Tobacco growers generally are to he congratulated upon the unaimity with which the farmers of Garrard County have evinced their purpose of joining the Society of Equity and pooling their crops in that organization The manipulation by the gamblers of the wheat market the past few weeks from 100 down to 75 cents barely covering cost of production shows how completely the farmers are at the mercy of the Trusts in such matters Fortunately in the case of tobacco however where the limited area of its culture enables its growers to combine for their mutal defense and protection they by acting wisely can not only sustain prices but could absolutely bring the Trust to its knees as it simply must have their crops or go out of business Lifting the price from 5 cts to 15 cts is none too much under all the circumstances Will Be Warm The question of the selection of a City Council is being discussed and rowing quite warm The present board will stand for re election and a new ticket will be placed field The gentlemen composing new ticket are H T Logan for mayor councilmen Banks Hudson Alex Walker Jas W Smith J R Mount Jas Hill and W B Burton We heard of still another ticket but the entire list was not giv en us The old board is composed of Jno M Duncan mayor councilmen J E Stormes Sam G Haselden C D Powell S C Denny Jas B Conn and Thomas Austin All the gentlemen named are good men and we believe will do their duty fully As the of The Record know this paper is for the enforcement of the law to the all it asks is a continuation of the peace and quietude the people now enjoy We believe this will be no matter what selection is made from the fourteen men named in this article As it is not compulsory to vote either ticket straight there will be a considerable lot of scratching done Meeting Closed The protracted meeting which has been conducted by Rev Henry Faulcon er for the past three weeks closed Sunday night with services in the Park Mr Faulconers work was di ected mostly to the backslider or church members but much good was al so done in awakening those outside the church and his efforts will have a good and we believe a lasting effect on the entire community C Brown of the Presbyterian church valuable assistance to Mr Faulconer nl conducting the services while the sweet singing of Mrs Juliet Rogers was greatly enjoyed and appreciated The idea of meeting in the little park prov ed a splendid one as it was far more comfortable and the services drew people who never darkened a church door Mr Faulconer will leave in a few days to resume his work in and around Philadelphia where all his time is consumed He was given this threeweeks vacation rut said his heart so set on the welfare of this his home town he was willing to the brief rest granted him and tell his people the sweet message of Jesus Christ Lancaster calling everlasting Lancaster stockholders entirely in the readers letter and doubtless pastor rendered lay aside Rev head Bank Elects Offtcers At a meeting of the directors of the Citizens National Bank held Monday Mr Walker was elected presi dent to the vacancy caused by the death of Lewis Y Leaveil Squire J S Johnson was chosen vice president the place filled by Mr Walker John A Sanders was elected a director to fill vacancy caused by death of Mr Leav ell These are all men of good busi ness qualification and sound judgment which insures the continuation of the splendid success with which this bank is meeting Honor Worthily Placed Chairman Louis McQuowan of the Democratic State Central Committee having announced that he would be absent from home for several months the committee unanimously elected the Hon Jerry A Sullivan of Rich mond as chairman pro tem to serve during the time This means that the clever Richmond gentleman will be in charge during the present A more conscientious honest man could not have been found and his legion of friends and admirers are delighted with the action of the Matt Cohens Good Luck Matt Cohen has duplicated by at Lancaster by winning the first second and third prizes in the five gaited sweep stakes class at the Boyle counny fair at Danville which are the only cases on record where the same man with seven entries in a ring has won all three of the prizes Cohen won the first award with Star McDon aid the second with Autowin the third with Winsome The stake of 100 for this event went to Cohen Not only did Cohen accomplish this feat but he won thirteen blue ties out of fourteen shows Big Sum For Graded School In the distribution of his large estate the late Lewis Y Leavell made a very substantial gift to the Lancaster Graded Schools After giv hug thirtythousand dollars to certain relatives he directs that the residue of his estate after payment of ex penses by given to the Lancaster Graded Schools While it is impossible to tell the amount until the will is probated and the executor inspects the estate yet it can be safely estimated that the Schools will receive between forty five and fifty thousand dollars The inheritance tax must be deducted but even with this we have it pretty straight that the amount will reach the above figures He names Mr Lewis L Walker as executor As above nothing definate can be after the will is admitted to probate but as Mr Leavell was a man of fine judgement its a safe that the will provides against the indiscriminate use of the funds left to the institution and fixes it so that it will be used to the best i The will was made five years ago Paste This In Your Hat Indications point to a spirited fight in the selection of a City Council at the election this Fall a new board to be placed in the field against the one As we have always done The Record will publish communications on the subject but under no unless the article is paid at five cents a line and the writers full name SIGNED thereto We have had enough experience to learn that controversies never end until they have grown very bitter and that no good results therefrom also that very bad policy for an editor to allow some fellow to hide behind a nom and use his printing press for breastworks If you have views dont be afraid to print them and sign your name thereto This paper has always done and said everything in its power for the betterment and upbuilding of Lancaster and Garrard county but when it comes to stirring up strife among our people please hitch us to hay out in the suburbs ber we must have pay for such to simply air your own personal views and that too in Why It Helped When the decision to hold religious services in the little park was reached some doubted the advisability thereof but we have heard so many expressions as to the good results The Record tells thereof for the benefit of other towns that have not yet tried it The simple truth of the matter is that people so accustomed to going to a church that they simply sit there like so many knots on a log and go through the service in a cut and dried manner never remembering the text further than the front door When a meet ing is held out under the trees where a fellow can stretch out his legs work on a chaw of homemade or even get out in the edge of the crowd and hit his old corncob pipe a few licks then it is that that man is going to and think about it too At the regular Sundaymorning services in the churches everybody is dressed in his best clothes the men with collars cutting the hide from their chins and the women with corset laces drawn as tight as fiddle strings and matter of course theres no pleasure in being there The advice to evangelists and other too is to get out in pleasant place to hold services and their words of com fort and warning will have a more far reaching and telling effect till committee stated published prediction advantage present circumstances newspaper de- plume Pleaseremem communications advance become listen stand- Ing as- a Re rd s Joel J campaign victory until its ministers WORK BEGINS NEXT WEEK Coilract Has Keel Awarded Work 01 New Hotel to Ire Piski ft- te Ready by lecarter ftt Plans for a new hotel were accepted Tuesday and contract awarded to Glanz of Louisville Work will begin early next week the contract stipulating that the building is to be turned over to the owners on Dec 6th The contractors are among the best in the state and good work is assured They were required to give good bond to carry out the contract The will be three stories or with really four stories as the latter will be utilized for sample rooms bar her shop bakery and other The entire house will be by steam with electric lights and running water in each of the twenty three rooms The dining rooms will be on the first floor The restaurant lining room will be connected with that of the main one by folding doors so the two may be thrown into one The plan is a very pretty one and we will publish picture of the building as soon as one can be obtained improvements At Graded School The trustees have just completed some muchneeded repairs on the buildings and Graded School and the entire property is now in better shape than it has ever been Every room has been papered and re painted the furnaces put in good shape and the fences all put in thorough It was regretted that the old Dunlap summer house had to be as it was the woodwork had become rotten and the entire structure so weakened that it was not advisable to attempt to it When the bell rings in the pupils will find the best equipped and most comfortable school buildings in the state Magazines- I am taking orders for all leading magazines Will appreciate your Mrs Dolly Brown at Josephs store Lewis building basement conveniences heated Jtrouuds at the repair removed quite landmarkbut preserve September order i STATE FAIR CATALOGUE READY Handsomely Illustrated Book Tails of Premiums Amusements Music etc The regular edition of State Fair catalogue printed in three colors and handsomely illustrated came from the press this week ant thousands of copies are being mailed daily from the headquarters of the Fair at Louisville The preliminary list for the State Fair was issued a month ago It covered eighty odd pages The regular catalogue has 152 pages The classifications in all de partmentsare complete together with the speed program and an announce ment of the big amusement enterprises of the Fair There are also eight fine half tone views of the new grounds and buildings recently purchased by the State Board of Agriculture as a permanent location for the State Fair One page is devoted to a description of the balloon race during the Fair with three views of the balloons in the air The captive balloon is shown a large half tone There is a page cut of Captain Knabenshue in the pas senger carrying airship which is to make daily lights and exhibitions at the State Fair Sept 1621 This is to be Captain Knabenshues only in Kentucky or Southern Indiana His passengercarry ing airship will on ly make six appearances in America this year Sectional views of the air ship are printed for the first time in the State Fair catalogue The pages are given to points of interest in and around Louisville while there is some valuable information on the railroad depot and ticket offices together with the steamboat lines One of the most attractive views in the book is an at tractive zinc etching of the eruption of Vesusvius which is to be shown nightly during the State Fair week togetherwith Pains famous Natiello and his allstar band from the Land of Music which is to give three concerts daily during the State Fair occupies two pages in halt tone An entry blank accompanies each cat alogue also a souvenir post card in sev en colors which the recipient is asked to mail to some friend Anyone desiring a catalogue will be sent one by applying to the Secretary R E Hughes at Louisville Prof Lippard wants bright young men and women to enter the Business College and prepare for good positions He has calls for more stenographers than he can supply 2t W E Moss took first second and third on Barred Plymouth chickens at the Lancaster Fair also tells us he has four hundred bushels of hill onions for sale that he raised on one acre Price SLOO per bushel theKentucky fireworks Enterprises into appearance Now is the time to have your before yov go into the field We hays in stock Blades Sections Guards Knife Heads Rivets for All Makes of Machinesa- nd are better equidped than to do your work not only in the ma chine line but on your Wagons Plows Buggies and all other kinds of work you need to have done We carry a larger stock of material than anyone and constantly adding tools and material for your ben efit See our RUBBER TIRES Nothing lasts like them Conn Bros an MOW rS anyone Birders Repaired harvest I am in the market for Wheat and Hay at the highest CASH market price I have a good grade of Block Coal for Threshing purpose and a better grade for the cook stoves and grates Farmers will find it to their interest to see or phone me before selling their products Plenty of sacks for your Wheat and plenty of baleing wire for your hay A call will be BANKS HUDSON J C ROBINSON IS THE Furniture Man and his Phone is No 5 When wanting any thing in this line please remember him J C ROBINSON BEGINNING SHY JUNE 1st I WILL CLOSE OUT my entire stock of Spring and Summer MILLINERYat COST and LESS THAN COST Everybody is invit ed to and get something New and Fresh in the Millinery line Irs Alexander Walker E L Wt4s Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKPOBATKD W 1 appreciated i I I I wall II II II ry a 1 f We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16fooooo SURPLUS 850000 M COY EL ARNOLD JB WOODS I L WOODS I I B G GUYN J S BURROWS II W C FISH DI BOZOR8 Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance I J J WALKKK President I J S JOHNSON Vice Prest 1 ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZEN NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY cirrr SUKPLVS JM B F HuDtoir Cashier W O SMNBY Avt Cashr C D WAITER Bookkeeper DWIKSS Solicited Props and Careful Attention DIRECTORS JS JOHNSON B T M Arnold Jno A Sanders BEST OF THE CITY ATLANTIC CITY Cape May and Other Jersey Coast Resorts Thursday August isth Fifteen Days Limit Stopover at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington on re tara trip within foal limit Through Day Coaches and Sleepers to Atlantic City without change For full information and MrrattOM address GBO W BARNEY D P A Lexington Kentucky I F Hudson J J Walker 1 1600ROUND o re- t s r CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky August 9 1907 According to English papers work ing girls including domestic servants factory and shop girls and clerks have taken to smoking cigarettes and are becoming slaves to the habit Mucn alarm is expressed on the ground that as working girls can not afford to buy the best cigarettes as the women of the upper clases do their vitality is likely to be dangerously impaired by their indulgence Here is an oppor tunity for the philanthropic Let them put good cigarettes within the reach of the humblest slaveyl Humor is not appreciated in Iowa One of its Popolist citizens in an im pulsive moment had his whiskers shaved off Impressed by the change in his appearance he went home and pretended that he was a tramp seek ing cold vituals The disguise worked so well that when he playfully put his arms around his wife she had him arrested and he put in the rest of the day proving his identity Whiskers are serious affairs in Iowa If Mrs Stokes who is to edit the lov ers correspondence column in a New York Yiddish paper will only give the anxious inquirers a sure recipe for mar rying richNew York papers printed in English will soon be seeking her serv ices at any salary she will name Such a feature would run any circulation in to the millions The newest ocean steamship for service between New York and Liver pool has as a part of its luxurious eqipment two regal suites intended to meet the demand of fastidious travelers who have the price This last it may be remarked as a matter of interest to those who are saving up for a trip to Europe is 2000 for each A Denver paper asks the public to believe that a married couple in the Colorado city have lived together sixty years without either saying a cross word to the other The story may be true but what a deadly dull life they must have lived An Iowa police judge has probably in augurated a cause celebre by fining a parrot for profane swearing This has always been understood to be one of the inalienable rights of the parrot since the time it acted as first mate on the ark Ohio farmers have solved the labor problem They are offering beer in addition to wages to harvest hands and the hoboes have rallied to the support of agriculture with practical unanimi ty Georgias prohibition bill has passed the legislature and the Georgians will soon be able to united with the Caro linians in reflection on the time be tween drinks After its recent severe prostration the heated term feels able to sit up a gain and partake of a little nourish ment The report that the hot biscuit is passing causes an involuntary stretch ing of the hand to get one In Memoriam On Friday July 19 at twilight the Death Angel entered a happy home and took from it the beloved wife and mother Mrs Asa Daly Deceased was Miss Mattie Parks she was born and reared in Garrard county Mrs Daly had been in bad health for some time but to this devoted wife mother and sister death had no sting and the dark portals of the grave no terror for quite early in life she united with the Forks of Dix River Baptist church and bad always been faithful follower of her Lord She leaves a husband three daughters two sons four broth ers three sisters and other relatives to mourn the loss of a woman honest faithful and bra vea friend kindloving and true her people knew her best of all her name will always be fragrant memory to them Approporate funeral services were held by Rev Green at the family residence in Danville Ky after which the remans were laid to rest in the Danville Cemetery there to await the resurection morn The large number of friends attending and beautiful and costly floral offerings showed the esteem in which thisgodly woman was held The friends mingle their grief with the bereaved family and heartily sympathize with them in their great loss but they have the consola tion that the lamented dead is now at rest bosom of God To the mourners one and all let us live that we may meet her in that bright sweet home where there is no parting no tears Everybody Should Know says Hays a prominent business of Bluff Mo that Bucklens Ar pica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burnor wound or toacase of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 25c 1m suite e G man T itiSTRIf inf the HAliESBUKY Jim Sutton sold a bunch of fat at 5J cents T I Herring sold some stock hogs to Mr Hensley at 6 cents Miss Lizzie Simpson is at Petosky spending several weeks Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs Margaret Sutton Misses Anna Steel Cook of Lexing ton is theguest of Miss Lula Simpson Miss Georgia Barnes Doty of Lex ington is a visitor at the home of C A RobinsonMr Cobb and wife and son Rob ert attended Camp meeting at WIl more Sunday Mrs John Woods was hostess at a handsome dinner given to a number of friends last Wednesdoy Rev Henry Shouse accompanied by his wife went to Preachersville Satur day to fill his appointment- Mrs William Anderson and children of Dothan Ala arrived here Friday to spend a month with relatives in this vicinityMisses Pearl and Hanna Aldridge of Stanford and Miss Mary Chesnut were guests of Misses Lee and Sank Herring SaturdayW of Lexington was here last week in the interest of his brick yard His son Neal came over with him to spend several weeks with his uncle D S Swope Quite a number from here attended the Danville fair Miss Eliza Ison began teaching at the Fork Monday Mr R A McGrath of Norfolk Va is at home for a short visit Mrs Sam Haselden has gone to the Springs to spend several weeks Mrs Mary Christopher of Somerset has been visiting Mrs Will Dickerson Misses Pearl and Ruby Hackney of London are visiting the Misses Maret Messrs Milton and Henrv Elliott of Lexington have been visiting their brother Dr William Elliott Messrs Hogan and Bryan Ballard spent Sunday in Stanford with Mr Ed BallardMisses Hannah and Pearl Aldridge of Stanford are visiting Mrs J H Dur hamMr Ike Bourne of Nicholasville spent a few days with Mr Tom Chesnut this weekMiss Mildred Atchinson of Lexing ton is the guest of Miss Ann Higgin bothamMiss Belle Minor of Louisville was the guest of Miss Hester Patton last week Miss Pattie Belle Burke is at home after a very pleasant visit to friends LouisvilleMr Ike S Dunn of visited Mr and Mrs J H Dunn a few days last week Misses Mittle Dunn and Alta Boner eft Tuesday for a stay of two weeks at Tatum Springs Messrs Hogan and Bryan Ballard and Sam Rose attended the dance at Danville last Thursday evening Miss Josephine Moss of Jessamine has returned home after a visit to her grandmother Mrs Josephine Boner Mr and Mrs Frank Campbell and daughter Evelyn of Danville have been visiting Mr and Mrs J C Williams Mrs W T Woolfolk and daughters Misses Anna Lee and Margaret of Lexington have returned home after a visit to Mrs Eliza Ballard and Miss Mayme Lee Ballard will go to Lexington Monday for a visit to rela tives and to attend the fair From there she will go to Olympia Springs for a short stay Messrs J T Watkins McClintock John Bain and Jouett Shouse of Lex ington stopped here Wednesday to see some friends as they were on their way to Danville to attend the fair They were in Mr McClintocks motor car PAINT LICK Miss Dave Marret who has been visit ing Mr Dan Burchels family has re turned home Mrs Clyde Pullins and her sister Miss Tennie Totton were in Lancaster shopping Mr C H Young son of Mr and Mrs C S Young has gone back to Somerset to work for Rail Road Company Mr Dan Burchel and daughter Miss Emma has returned back home from their visit to Nicholasville wheie Mr Burchel has been to see his parents Mrs Cochran of South Carolina has been here on a visit to her uncle Wm Galispie who has been down sick for tnomouttiornurd has returned back home well pleased with her trip Mr W S Fish has named his boy Harold Hubart By the way Mr Fish is meeting with much encouragement in his race for county clerk of Madison He should win hands down Rev C S Young and wife left 31st July for South Carolina to visit their daughter Mrs Young will remain a while with her daughter but Mr Young will return in two weeks to open up his school about the 1st of September Regular As the Sun is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 25c 1m hogs I BRYAN TSVILLE Lexington family Friday I Blackberry Jelly Use fruit which is just ripe pick over but do not wash Put the berries in a thick agateware kettle and set it in a pan of boiling water covering well so that the berries will steam When the is sort mash and hang it in a bag over night Measure the juice in the morning and for each pint of juice measure out three quarters of a pint of sugar Boil the juice for twenty minutes meantime heating the sugar in the oven Now add the sugar to the juice and when it has dis solved boil up the juice and sugar only once Pour into glases and when firm cover with parafine Will Open The Ball Hon Henry Watterson of Louisville editor of the CourierJournal one of the foremost characters in the national life of America has accepted an to deliver the opening address for the Blue Grass Fair on Monday August 12th The invitation was extended to Mr Watterson by Jouett Shouse secretary of the fair and was concurred in through letters by Mayor Thomas A Comos and by President J Clay Hunt of the Commercial Club In response thereto Mr Watterson has agreed to deliver the address which will be a prominent feature of the opening day A Labor Organization Alfred Britton a Nicholasville negro is organizing m Jessamine county a union of negro laborers which he calls the United Order of Industry with which he proposes to handle the wheat crop now ready to harvest His plan is to enroll all the able bodied negro laborers of the county in the union and then make contracts with the hemp growers to handle their crop He will charge 84 an acre for cutting hemp and 2 per acre for stacking it He will put bis men to work in gangs of twenty who will cut ten acres a day The men will receive a day and the overplus will he placed in a fund from which the members of the union can draw when out of work in the winter time Are Standing Together Recently it seems that the paths of the Tobacco Trust have not all been strewn with roses as has heretofore been the case After several years of immunity during which it his practic ally taken the tobacco crop at its own price it ran amuch two weeks ago in a suit brought by Uncle Sam to test its authority to continue in business as a Trust while last week the Labor Unions in Convention assembled voted to go after it for cutting the prices of its labor lower than they deem either fair or reasonable The people apparently have at last realized that turkey for the Trust and crow for the public is not so palitable as the Trust agents have assured them was the case All that remains necessary now to get a square deal is for the to bacco growers themselves te act wise ly and stand together as they are in pooling their crops and the to bacco growing industry bids to be en tering on a great era of prosperity A Card To the public We are no fully installed in our new offices consisting of four rooms and are prepared to do better work and in a more satisfactory manner than here tofore Our removal was one of great labor requiring infinite pains and wonderful particularity Naturally the removal of the switch board and the transfer and connection of hundreds of wires would suggest all this trouble and it would be inferred that a great many mistakes and misconnections occurred But there were remarkably few of these After a very few days connections were all properly made and the work was moving on We thank our patrons for the pa tience with which they bore these changes and endured the inconveni ence of occasional misconnection We promise better service than ever before add thank our patrons for their support and encouragemenet The Bastin Telephone Company Resolutions of Respect Again becomes our duty to chroni cle the death of another President of the Citizens National Bank Our es teemedPresidentL Y Leavell depart ed this life July 29 1907 at St Joseph Hospital Lexington Ky He was a patient sufferer at that institution for about six months Now therefore be Resolved by the officers and direc tors of the Citizens National Bankof Lancaster Ky that in his death the institution has lost a true friend and a wise counselor The better we knew him the more we respected and loved him He was a man of few words but high aspirations He hated sin and admired everything that was uplifting and ennobling Resolved that we extend condolence to his relations and friends Resolved that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this bank and published in the Central Record Aug 2 1907 Poultry Raising Pays Farmers are coming to realize that poultryraising is one of the best pay ing lines in their business Statistics show that the eggs sold alone pays him more money than the output of either corn or wheat Now is the time of year to Feed Your Fowls a Good Remember that only healthy hens lay 4 11 44 not only cures Boup Cholera Gaps and Limberneck but makes them lay Give each sick chicken 3 to 4 drops 2 or 3 times a day as a preventive give each chicken 1 to 3 drops in the feed once a day Price 50 Cents Guaranteed by your druggist U fuit 140 doing it oursincere CommitteeB R E McRoberts invitation smoothly Ton- Ic BLUE GRASS FAIR INCO KPORAXED AT THE BIG LEXINGTON KY OVER 25000 In Premiums Aug 12i7 6 Big Days 6 XOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Country 16 Thrilling Acts Each For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington R E McRoiiEKTS Prest J W EUIOUK Cashr R I BURTON 2ud V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashi The tiarrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature E uiped with The Latest Improved Proof Vault aid Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and bust ness experience are too well known to need mentioning we otter courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are particular ly adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS H K Herndon II T Logan J B Sanders J R ITaselden V A Lear I M Dunn W L Lawson T J Price Banks Hudson R I Burton L K Perkins W R Cook E L Woods W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton Spring approaches you naturally think and beautifying your home The most beautiful themost lasting and most economical point you can use is Rainbow Paint We have sold Rainbow Paint for the past seven years without a single dissatisfied customer We give an guarantee that it will last for 5 years A guarantee that is a guarantee We handle everything in the paint FRISBIES DRUG STORE A Policy as Good as Gold is the only kind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency Day16 J c EUJXliS Vice Irest T L t i ofrepairing 1 I i I I I J 1 requirement Elgin IrA- s i absolute line 1 FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone Jfo 31 Residence No T THE National Bank Of Lancaster Surplus 10000 A R DENNY President J B STORHES Yice 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 50i000Capital s f OVER 95 flflfi In PrsnwiaisI WK AVILL afen fur RentDepoiitBo ire Solicit Ioir Buins I I COpyright by Hart Schaffner Marx J t v1907 to save money at the expense of personal appearance good clothes are worth what they cost The chief thing in buying is to pay just enough to get the best and not too much Thats the whole story of our Hart Schaffner Marx clothes the best clothes made and the most economically priced When you buy clothes remember this Hart Schaffner Marx and D rc il BEJaJmiUlr f 8rnJG fi11 fW Its Always Faso Economy 1 f I Elephant STORE White fW IL DOUGLAS SHOES The Best on Earth save SHOES for EVERYBODY rpair r a o ri- Ic SMLTH HERRING rI jPersonal Mention == Miss Fannie Wilson has returned from Richmond Miss Lois McCarty is out again after a few days illness Mr and Mrs Homer Batson are at Dripping Springs Mr Solon Herring of Indianapolis is visiting relatives here Miss Margaret Tomlinson is in visiting relatives Miss Noreen Henry is spending a week at Dripping Springs Mrs Willie Belle Greenleaf of St Louis is visiting relatives here Miss Scott Petty leaves Monday for a visit to her mother in Decatur Ill Mrs H B Arnold of Paris has been visiting her mother Mrs Belle B Aus tin Misses Martha and Helen Gill are at Lake Chatauqua for the month of AugustThe of Mrs John Anderson are sorry to hear that she continues very ill Mr R L Davidson and Miss Carrie Currey left this week visit to Lake Ghatauuua Mr and Mrs James Anderson of In diana have been recent guests of Mrs Sue Anderson Mrs Annie Wallace Robinson left this week for several months stay in South Carolina Mr Homer W Batson and wife of Louisville have been guests of Mr R H Batson and wife T J Robinson and Mrs Alice Lusk attended the fair here and visited rela tives and friends Mrs Hattie White and Miss Hattie Doty left this week for their home in Nashville Tenn Mrs W 0Rigney and daughters Miss Lena and Alice are spending a week at Dripping Springs Misses Lena and Mary Nauval Duer son of Richmond guests of Mrs J S Johnson this week Claude Royston and wife have re turned to Chicago after a delightful visit to Lancaster friends Mrs Georgia Lusk and little Miss arc in Louisville visit ing Mr and Mrs R E Hughes Mrs J C Frank and daughter Joe Hord Frank of Flemingsburg are visiting Mr and Mrs Joel J Walker Mr W H Collier of Louisville has been the recent visitor of his sisters Mesdames B L Elkin and J E Robin Mrs Ollie Honaker and children of Lexington who have been visiting Mr S W Moss and family have returned homeMr Harry Magee and wife Mrs Kate Magee and niece Miss Elizabeth were visitors of lir and Mrs John MageeMr of Louisville is spending a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris Mr Harris Is making a great success in business being connected with the wellknown firm of Bonnie Bros and is to use a slang phrase wellfixed in the world Sam is a bighearted wholesouled gen tleman and why some goodlooking dam sell has not captured him is a mystery indeed Lexington Herald Hiss Massie Denny has returned from Lancaster where she attended the funeral of her cousin the Honorable Lewis Y Leav ell The Bev John return ed from Lancaster where be went to attend the china wedding celebration of the Rev and Mrs Tinder Kiss Margaret Walker of Garrard county came yesterday for a visit to her sister Mrs John Boland of East Main street Mr and Mrs Boland recently from Bnrnside Kyf to make their hone here fur a I son Carson B Harris Shouse has t7 Lexington ate Gladys Frisbie moved Col W S Ferguson has returned to CovingtonR and family are at Drip ping Springs Lewis Gill was a visitor in Danville the past week Mr John Orand of Waco Texas is with relatives here Little Elizabeth Ford is visiting rel atives in the country Mr Henry Simpson is at Dripping Springs for a weeks stay Miss Cora Adams of Livingston is visiting Miss Mae Magee Miss Thompson of Lexington has been the guest of Mrs John Farra Miss Katharine Aldridge has return ed from a visit to relatives in Stanford Mrs Aiken and Miss Marv Aiken oi Lexington have been visiting relatives hereMrs J E Stormes has been visiting Mrs Alleen Jackson Boggs of Rich mondProf Edwin Halley and bride left Monday for their home in San Rafael CalforniaMiss Hamilton of Middles boro is visiting her mother Mrs Ike HamiltonMiss Burns of Flemings burg is the guest of Misses Lizzie and Martha Bettis of Hardin coun ty has been visiting the family of Mr Robert Brown Miss Lora Belle Minor of Louisville is visiting her aunts Misses Lizzie and India Johnston The many friends of Miss Sarah Reid are glad to see her out again after sev eral days illness Mr Milton Elliott and sister Mrs Charles West were guests of Mrs Am on during the fair Misses Fannie Austin and Nannie Anderson visited friends in Stanford Sunday Miss Linnie Moss leaves Tuesday for Lexington where she will visit friends and take in the fair Miss Annell Tomlinson left this week visit to her schoolmate in North Middletown Ky Mr and Mrs Raymond Haselden are receiving congratulations over the of a handsome son Mrs M F Elkin of Lexington and Mrs Edwin Moritz of Atlanta Gaare guests of Lancaster relatives Stanford Journal Misses Bertha and Susie Lear of Lancaster have been guests of Miss Bessie Yantis Mrs A W Hubbard who has been the guest of Mrs J E Stormes has re turned to her home in Covington Miss Kate Reid of Beattyville en route from Crab Orchad Springs is a guest of Irs Kelly Richmond street Miss Jessie Doty left this week for a two months visit to relatives in Chel sea Indian Territory Fort Worth and Wichita Falls Texas Mrs L Davidson gave a most luncheon last Wednesday eve ning at the home of Mrs B F Walter to Miss Cora Ward and a few of her most intimate friends to announce Miss Wards engagement to Mr Lewis H West the wedding to take place in NovemberDr Walker who has been spending his vacation with Garrard county relatives returned to his home in Wichita Falls Texas this week Dr Walker left his Garrardcounty home some years ago and read medi cine under DrSam HBurnside anoth er Lancaster man who has made repu tation and fortune in the West Dr Walker has succeeded beyond his fond est expectations ranking with the best physicians and surgeons and en Joying a fine practice Miss Tillie Kruger Ada Corder fora G arrival delightful now a r a Cheapest and Best Hay Baler on the market Mount Elkin Something new in Hay Balers price will surprise you Mount Elkin Deering mowers and hay rakes at W J Romans 2t For the best grades of coal call on S I Turner 2t No better rake made than McCor mick Mount Elkin See W J Romans if you want the best mower or hay rake at a bargain Call on S D Turner and get a barrel of the best grade of salt for 150 Get the best fence tnat is the Kokomo W J Romans Large stock of mens and boys saddles just received Haselden Bros See our new line of Elgin and Walt ham watches Selling cheap tf Morrow and McRoberts Have you seen the twin cream and sherbert freezers freezes both at the same time Haselden Bros Ring 181 and see how soon your or der for Groceries will be delivered531tf We are for the famous Schraffts candies the best on the market2t Gill Walker Simpson Dairymen Attention We have the best and strongest milk can on the market Haselden Bros Lost Monday afternoon at the show grounds a ladys gold watch and fob Reward for return to The Record office Knight Templar watch charm at fair grounds Return to Bros Hardware store and re For Sale 2 aged Southdown bucks and 20 Southdown lambs Also 3 Jersey bulls yearlings past Jeff T Dunn Bryantsville tf Strayed Strayed from my place on Lexing ton st on Saturday July 27 Polan China Board with four white feet and tip Reward for return to W B Moss Jr Phone 99B Please Notice Having sold my business I must settle up all accounts and ask those owing me to please settle at once eith er in cash or by note J A Jonestf Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county are now due This includes the dog tax Please call and settle same at once 611 tf C A Arnold S G C Turner has bought out the Jones coal vard on Depot street and will handle the best grades of coal at lowest prices ring up 140 and give him trial order For Sale 10 nice Red Berkshire Boars at 1000 per head until Sept 1st 4t J BurnsidePoint Ky Fine Jersey Bull I will stand my fine Jersey Bull a yearling pt my home 6 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike at one Dollar Money due when service ren dered 712 6t McCreary Ky For Sale Two wellimprovedfarms in Lincoln county nearCrab For full particulars call on or address H Livingston Stanford- It For Rent Tenant house also corn crop if to a man with small family easy terms Apply at once to Lizzie McCarley- 3t 2 miles on Crab Orchard pike Notice To Teachers The last examination of White teachers for the year will be held Aug 16 and 17 1907 The Colored teachers examinations will be held Aug 23 and 24 1907 All applicants who desire to enter E K S N S beore January 1908 should file their for with their County Superintendent on or before August 10 1907 The examinations for be held on August 1907 2t Lost lOne 2t 2t MrS D J W Hill F D No 1 desired appointments- will J w by IHart Schaffner f5 Marx JralBraff r8 Copyright 1907 A Full and Complete Line of PickardsHandPainted CHINA Just Received Thit is the finest china in the United States Morrow IWcRoberte I I 15 I S m I a S s 0 le 0 e hand painted D o L r For Tobacco Growers on exhibit at our store and at the Fair Grounds Dont fail to see it Saves you money and barn room MOUNT ELKIN Buggies Buggy Harness Deering Binders Deering Mowers Old Hickory Wagons are all going at bargains at W J ROMANS I I ik J lM N IS H1LDK1 N Dsi s C i M s EXACT COP3TOF VBAWE orII I i iIIIiiHe i A roreos MSSnLoss OF SIE- EEkS Signatsre of lNEW YORK tJ t ll- Jj 3j mtttNuml 13m wuaqm1ltmmn- twmMmSrmuIittii Ipl wismk1gu1aWeSliords 1 1l- 1NAsCOTIC 1gtis J J JnlrrtUli ectBea tioaSaarSklatachDiartitoeaW011S I AI CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature o In Use For Over Thirty Years ME ectnAUIl COIINIIY IIEW yoa CITY CASIORIA lYei1 d Lancaster Greenhouse 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ISSoIj SPRING BULBS Caladiums Tube Roses BEDDING PLANTS- A little ofevery thing Come and see CUT FLOWERSF- or all occasions I can save you money VEGETABLE PLANTS Alt Kinds Now Ready John Christman Prop Phone 157 6011 1II1 I I I I I 1 THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 1905 NATHANIEL WHITAKER ofRichmond Madison County Kentucky Why the Whitaker Gate is the best 1st it is made of first class material 2nd It is stock proof 3rd It has no dead center and will not stop half open when others give trouble4th It has no latch to get out of order 5th It is a perfect lock when closed 6th It has less lever motion than any other Gate 7th It will work on any kind of Ground in a curved load and to any kinc of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other 9th because every one that sees it says so BY Bead what a few men of the countv have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14th 1906 I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given me one moments trouble so far and cant see how it will I like it splendid Respectfully J C Bucker After using one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates can that it gives perfect satisfaction I consider it the best gate I have ever seen Would not do without mine for double the cost of it Yours trulyJ Woods Paint Lick Ky Ihave owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for some time I has given peraect satisfaction and swings so nicely and works so easy that any child can My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky I was the first in this county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well pleased with it and would not do without it one year for the gist of the gate Iadvise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all rightT Hill Sold by Forest Calico Bro McCreary Ky who are sole owners for the right of Garrard County Farm rights for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond State rights I say gate J CoatI ale I j operate Kentucky aM f+ Endorsed By Tho Country The most popular remedy in Otsego County and the best friends of my fami ly writes Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gil N Y is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an cure for coughs and colds making short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be the most valuable scription known fur Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never dis appoint the taker by McRoberts Drug store Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free Itn CARTERSVILLE Mr J T Allens little son Raymond is quite sick at this writing Mr Arthu Green has returned hour from Illinois where he has been for sometimeMrs Martin was entertained one day last week by her friend Mrs J B Carter Mr Albert Rot inson will leave for a few weeks visit to relatives in Jack son county Born on the 18th of July to the wife of Mr Emerod Clark a fine girl moth and child are doing well Mr and Mrs J B Carter and Miss Mayme Carson and Mr J G Sowder made a flying visit to Richmond on last Tuesday Mr and Mrs G R Jenkinsand family of Indianaplis are visiting Mr and Mrs J B Carter their uncle and aunt of this place place The little daughter Cora of Mr and Mrs J D Carter has been very sick for the last two weeks but is slightly improved at this time There was an ice cream supper View school house for the of the Christian church The taken in was ten dollars Ella Allen little daughter of Mr and Mrs G P Allen was burned by a pan of blackberry jam falling on her while stirring the jam while cooking Misses Dora Addle and Pearl Boian visited Miss Mayme Carson Saturday and attended the singing Saturday evening at the school house Mr Will Bryant led the singing- A protracted meeting will commence at this place on Tuesday before the third Sunday in this month Rev Hill of Richmond will assist Bro ourpastor of this place in the meeting The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimouis in the conclusion that the general accepted limitation of human life is many years below the at tainmcnt possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that its duration seems to be be tween 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist 50c 1m Teachers Institute The white teachers of Bovle Lincoln and Garrard counties will meet in joint Institute at Lancaster Ky Sept 2 to 7 1907 All teachers holding certificates who are now teaching or expect to teach must attend this Institute or forfeit their certificates unless excused by the Connty The Colored Teachers of Boyle and Garrard Counties will meet at joint Institue at Danville Ky at the Colored Baptist church Aug 12 to 17 1907 All teachers holding holding certificates who are now teaching or expect to teach must attend this Institute unless excused by the Superintendent The per capita for tbe present school year is 340 Notice To the patrons of the Lancaster post office The Department requires me to weigh all classes of mail the next six months To get mat in pouches for the different trains it must be in the office as follows 1050 a m for train leavg at 1120 a m 123 pm 153 p m 756 pm 826 845 pm 505 tf Respty W T West P M Important Notice The Fiscal Court of Garrard county at its April term decided to pay no claims for work done on county roads by teams of the various hands allotted to roads unless the accounts were filed and verified by the road overseer in charge that the account is correct and that the claimant performed the work for which the account is present ed The form for these accounts can be obtained by the road overseers of the county from the county judge or the county attorney Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseas ed hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eat ing sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh any blood or skin disease take Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 81 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else falls 41lyr Do you want a Hay Haler The does the work quick 20 to 25 Bales per hour Mount Elkin bert viIJe t I at- Wood benefit Pal meter determines scientific t Superintendent Mercer County separately IL If p m Ii a m 3t rheumatism- or Botanic infallible amount n u U it International 4 tZ- a e m TOBACCO BREEDING Scientific Method of Obtaining Uni formity of Strain Visitors to the United States depart ment of agriculture station in Con necticut last season were struck with the marvelous results obtained for uniformity of strains The work is to be further carried on The above illustrates a choice plant with the seed pod bagged Seed saved under bag in this manner is larger heavier and less susceptible to disease inbreeding Choice Tobacco Plant than when saved In the ordinary man nero The main value of the process is to prevent accidental cross fertiliza tion between poor and good plants through the agency of bees and other insects Results are so far notable New England Homestead A FEW TIMELY DONTS What the Farmer Should Remember Not to Do Dont throw forks farelessly on the floors of passageways in barns That Is a sort of carelessness that may al most be classed as criminal Dont neglect to keep all wheeled vehicles well greased A wheel that cries out for lubricant is a good many pounds added to the load of your horseDont throw forks carelessly on the and other trimmings and refuse from orchard garden and truck patch for thereby you destroy many harmful Insects and seeds Dont invest any money In gold mines coffee plantations copper works and the like thousands of miles from your home and managed by men you have never seen By taking this advice you miss the opportunity of getting enormously rich but it is altogether likely that by heeding It you will save money enough to buy that piano your daughter has been wanting or the new buggy jv u promised your son if he would stick to the farm Dont allow any line fence squabble or any family difference to come up to spoil your Thanksgiving feast It is always a wise rule to think twice you speak once and if you will take the precaution to think three times you are pretty sure to get through life without uttering any harsh words and that means a serene and sweet existence which is after all the only thing worth while Dont speak in sharp peremptory tones to your children You wont ai low the hired man to use such tones to the horses lest it makes them nor to the cows lest it interfere with their milk production Your sons and daughters are of more value than many horses or the cattle upon a thousand lulls Farm Journal Hints for Farmers Sod Plowing in the fall will help kill out the white grubs Aeration of the soil is one great benefit from plowing Haul in a good supply of dry earth for use in the stables Have you a good pile of fire split and piled where it is dry and handyFarming demands a mans best ef fort No use to try to work any old scheme and expect success Root up the old unproductive fruit trees and plant in their place young vigorous trees from the nursery If not attend to It now so the wom en folks wont have to hunt in the snow some morning for wood to get breakfastThe Experiment Station Fort Collins Col has published Bul letin No 116 entitled The cottony Maple Scale The Fruittree Leafroller is the name of Bulletin No 71 issued by the Missouri Experiment Station Colum bia Mo Write there for a copy It is the last halfinch that locks the barn door We can not round up the tip of the year unless we keep stepping till the work is all done One agriculturist says that he would rather have four inches of soil well filled with humus and well tilled than 12 inches poorly filled with humus and poorly tilled Ready to Believe Most Anything Eastern visitors to the west are generally prepared for any showing in the line of agriculture stock raising and the like says a Colorado man but once in awhile they are taken by surprise- A New Hampshire man who was spending his vacation on the ranch of a relative in Colorado went out one morning to inspect a large incubator In which the young chicks were hatch ing In one corner of the incubator a neglected peach seed encouraged by the warmth of the atmosphere had burst and a tiny sprout several inches long was growing out of it Suffering Caesar exclaimed the New Hampshire man as this caught his eye do you hatch out your peach trees in this country Harpers Weekly before nervous woodcut phenomenal 4 I i A I TELL STORY OF CIVILIZATION This Is Declared to Be the Function of the Museums The aim and the methods of art mu scums as well as oilier phases of life have felt the vitalizing touch of that spirit of human sympathy of recogui lion of mutual responsibility and wish for human helpfulness whose rapid growth and onward speed have been one of the marked features of the last quartercentury says the Crafts man It has not been so very long since a museum was something quite apart from the daily life of the peo ple a place in which were kept things beautiful or interesting whither one might go on an idle half day as upon a pilgrimage But now the mu seums are being humanized made a beneficent party of everyday life so organized and related to mans activ that they not only recount a story of his aspirations toward the beautiful in past ages but also recognize his present efforts to achieve beauty and show him how he may make other ages and other nations give him aid And aside from the advantages on the practical and aesthetic sides of life which are resulting from the new spirit in museum management there is also an important ethical For as people realize through museum collections so brought and related as to make that realization easy how the human race has always striven to give expression to its ideas of beauty and has made that expression a part of its daily life they get a new sense of the uni versal brotherhood of humanity And the world advances only as men feel and respond to the urge of that THE SPIRIT OF FLOWERS in a Way Unique Among Pleasant Smelling Plants If as the South Sea Islanders say scent is the spirit of a flower which is their reason for covering newly made graves with must rank very high spiritually in flower circles its scent being almost its whole claim to existence though the grace of its coloring should count for something also One utters the truism that the smell of lavender is unlike that of any other flower more completely than usual that this is true of every flower in the world Whether legendary or not the theory that derives the name of lavender from its scent is a very pleas ant one The Welsh name for it as far back as the thirteenth century was certainly Ilifant and Ilfantly so it is easy to believe that this too came from the Latin lavare to wash and therefore refers to the old Roman custom of putting the flowers in their baths for the sake of their fragrance That laundry and lavender should have a common origin is more poetic than it may sound Girls Are So Queer No I never did like him when he used to write me glowin love letters I would only glance over them once Only once dear Well er sometimes when I couldnt make out his abominable scrawl I would glance over them the second time Indeed And that was all Except sometimes at night I would take them from under my pillow and read them just to kill time And that was the end Yes only on rainy days I used to look over them again just to see how silly a man can be when he starts writing love letters But I only glanced over them dear I never did like him CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought coherent influence together kinship flowersthen lavender forgetting Wh ties Lavender Bears the Signature of AUSTINOEAZLEY HIGH GRADE COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly Satisfac tion guaranteed Office near depot STATE NORMAI Fall term Ops Tuesday Sep 3 07 There are TEN FREE SCHOLARSHIPS for each Legislative District See your County Snperintendent now a Appolntmenrs made by your County Superintendent on Aug SaturdayState and Life are awarded when earned by resi work Write for complete catalog to the President R N KGAKK 1019 Richmond Ky Strayed One week ago 8 hogs 2 sows one a red and black spotted weighing 250 Ibs a black gilt weighing about weighing red and black spotted 1 red one In the bunch These hogs were not marked at all Reward is offered for return to Ed Penman White Oak on Stan ford pike Post office Gilberts Creek Ky 8236 J bout yous Diplomas 1101bs Also 6 shoats about 70 lb 1 J 1 h-r f Y The Louis lle to Award 10000 in Prizes 1fi alu t i Monday Jnlr 1 Tho T jnlsviKc Dnils Sunday and Weekly Herald inausurail a voting contest in whim S1 V in prizes will awarded tae women or K n and Irdiana The plan dopied for awarding these is the fairest coii ceivable soot no element of luck chance or guessing enters into the plan The b condu Ml along legitimate competitive lane ant n opportunity to win a whether she in town of much smaller The Prizes The prizes offered by The Herald are the most liberal ever given away any newspaper in the South capital prize of 10000 contest is In cash This large amount of wU be to the woman the number of votes the entire of district limitations As the contest runs but nine weeks the winner of this prize will earn loSoG per week for nine weeks Besides the capital prize there are two other prizes of two ISO model automobiles One of these direct from the factory for the express purposo of awardin it m The Heralds contest The automobile Is a runabout model valued at brand new with modern improve meat backed by the manufacturers the local agent One of these machines will be awarded to a erindidate in Louis rill the oilier to a candidate resrtms in Kentucky or Indiana outside of U uSsviIIe The candidate who secures the largest number of votes the two automobile winners will he given Of the ma cliinc The contest is divided into twentyfive districts Each district will receive three prizes The first in each district will a tree trip through the Eastern States including visits to New Torfc At antic City Philadelphia Baltimore Washington Norfolk and the Jamestown Every cent of the expense cf the tourists from the time thy leave home until they return will be borne by The Herald One of these free trips will then be awarded to the candidate In each one of the twentyfive districts who secures the largest number of votes in her own par ticular district The number of votes ac corded candidates in one district has no bearing whatsoever upon the number of votes accorded candidates in other districts This equalizes the competi lion and gives every one who enters tre race an opportunity to win The Richmond Business College wishes the names of all young people interested in obtaining a business edu cation If ten students can be a branch school will be established in Lancaster opening Sept 1st thus saving board expenses and greatly re ducing cost of a thorough business education This is a great opportuni ty and all interested should write Lippard of Richmond at once 824t Cures Gapes Instantly One drop of K4 11 44 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken itistant ly When fed as a preventive it fs the best I have ever used Will Coomes Bardstown Ky R4 1144 is guaran teed by your druggist R E McRob erts to cure Cholera Gaps Roup and Limberneck Price 50cts o cure no pay Are you willing to try it Four Simple Rules Follow Them and Health Happiness and Prosperity Will be Yours If one would be healthy happy and prosperous follow these four simple rules 1 Keep the bowels open every day 2 Chew your food slowly and thoroughly 3 Avoid Indigestible foods 4 If there are any symptoms of stomach troubles take Miona before each meal until curedNo matter how many years yo may have suffered with stomach trou bles or how worried by sleeplessness nervousness loss of appetite furred tongue specks before the eyes head aches backaches weakness and de bility indigestion or other ills that are caused by a weak stomach you can be cured by the faithful use of MionaTake one of the little tablets each meal with the fixed to get the most benefit out of itMiona is not a fanciful it is not a patent medicine it is not a cure all It is a scientific remedy recommended but for one trouble weakness of the digestive organs It is a permanent cure and is sold under a guarantee that it costs nothing unless it does all that is claimed for it Miona costs but 50cWhen Miona has been used for a few days the digestive system will be so greatly improved that all the food eaten is converted into so that nourishment and health are given to the whole and there is a rapid increase in weight strength and spirits R E McRoberts Druggist WHAT IS CATARRH Leading Druggists Guarantee a Cure by Hyomei or Will Refund the MoneyUntil very recent years it was thought that catarrh was a disease of the blood but now modern science i has proved that catarrh is a germ and can be cured only by a treatment that will kill the germ and heal the mucous membrane of the nose and throat e t Therefore when you have catarrh you can readily see that if you want to cure it you should use Hyome which medicates the air you breathe thus killing the catarrhal germs and healing the smarting and raw mem brane of the passages through the nose and throat In breathing Hyo mel you are really treating your troubles with the only method for it will make the air you breathe as pure healing and as that found on the moun tains where the pine forests give off their fragrant and healing balsams as to the power of Hyomei to cure catarrh the unusual way in which it is sold should destroy all doubt as we offer to refund the money should Hyomei fail to benefit The complete Hyomei outfit of an inhaler a bottle of Hy omei and a medicine dropper costs only 1 while extra bottles can bo obtained for 50 cents R McRoberts Druggist i r I ittuck liz S i I entrs race i1l o Lou il1 or b The largest contest regardless m hines Is a new Aerocar purchase 0 far choice I obtained Pro t experiment sYstem J natural I If there is any doubt In your mind f w t e er woman tits fizz equal fi t size mores bin brand asa r an prize positionEx before determination nutrition disease ca- tarrhal antiseptic a consisting E Th pconil anti lone f iv twityrtv wutiU i l t bn n districts miiun i r l thru f 1 SNll vulM fur the tfcwrt put lortb Cue cva t Haw to Enter the Rare AU that Is TOWvars to r r Th Herahi5 cont t is IO Tsmi 5 ur i r o r i mt n fif r of the Cor test i pirtRfertI lcjtijr TS tae naiftes of or two rel ioi wh live in the vicfciity Another way to the race is by flipping out let o poaH l daiy in The R aM filing tte Contest Department of Tfh H Ktaf Louisville Ky Every Woman Eligible Every WGni n is fclislble to e mpate ht th contest b a irsneetibte wiUte resident of Indiana or Kentucky to compete as race e ly xt Hte over a of nine r jeks July li v August SI Inclusive How t Get Votes Votes may l siwrwJ In HfcsaWS contest by lipr inj tli coupons team Sh taiv wuim a aMt valid iie w fc or fcy S HV IK ix months sB eoimto fur 1LW nf and so on i forr aIOB on lids rwiru he I rr f Ny The Her aid or writing the Contest Department particulars Later yon Ire eisrM this contest nt once You may win capital oriz of S0 in or i br r I n w SiWO iuev m bile It you arC no bible enter the Wane of your vifev sister friend relative or sweetheart as the ca e rety Tv antI h Tp her win a prize It will you nothing nominate a candidate for one of the prizes Now is time tf set usy la this gigantic contest Toil may never have another opportunity p valuable prizes for so Httte r fort Enter race before some 1 in your locality s t all the vofces y a are on To enter the oi send your name and address to the r ct THpnrtment of The TT rf W lMifsvitlV Kr ii d you receiv nIL inform iffon unon etry point of the taco by return mail COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New third in eht 1 mtin with maiD awards to ruy 1 tray IhV t name any Oe a publish and theca to between the ani 1NQ Jean Stndin your name at if you desire The eau NUt esnharriptiom bar Ilerbl srelc r it tohaRov wrrlt rigltinn t v may No- Ir enter t f coat o it no C3fId1te nothin to try the tot the depending imp wit KILL WITH Discovery prizes sr n Id clil te it tw nretrr Thew Pets ire bwrin fire oar vul rcrr tza l i tartsenter them out properly seadia file ages of Afteee Oftee the vote arc only time daily Stttidtr5 alai t l ekiy null tayirtg yuWerir- ti ns 161 fur nev svlr t coat furw4fl0 volti nWtY Est tF rending for rash mother casts r k such a test HE FOR COtICHS OLDS PRICE SCc LIAJ Trial HoWe Free I AND ALL THROAT AND lUNGTROUBLES SAZISFACIOS OK MONEY REFUNDED Aerees King Fox 74165 Ve have pnrrhasetl ttI thoroughbred Jtrsu Lull and desire to roll the attention of tin lieto the fait that he is KEUI5TEiKD the very Quest type to be fuuud He i by imported treat the Ithmd an exceptionally tine animal ten for the Island us his sire Flying Fox for years wa first winner ills down was MIL exceptionally flue cow giving in one pound of mill Another sister our f his lam was second prize cow over Kritiluid in lH He win stand at i parai at time oC set vice Ring either of us fur father information JV Swoeney E F PIerce Cures Colds drDisras s In Every F rm Many P p Hav Kidney Trent tai Do Met Knew It HOW TO FIND OUT It Is the function ofthe kidneys to filter tad purify the blood which is constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order th ether organs are affected immediately and yon may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and atherailments which are all owing to thm kidneys being weak and out of order If you are sick Fefoys KMffMy Curt will strengthen and build up tfcc worn out tissues of the kidneys to they will act properly and the symptoss ei weakness heart stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you wilt fee restored to perfect health j NOW TO FIND OUT Yon can easily determine if your kieV aeys are out oforder by setting aside 14 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it cloudy or milky or has a brickdust eed Invent or small particles float abeut IB it your kidneys are diseased and Fttaye KifhMy Cur should be taken at F teys Kidney Cvr is pleasant t take and acts directly upon th patio affected and yon begin to feel kettef onceIt slight disorders Im a few days and it has cured many obstinate eases after ether treatment had tailed Dttf rs Said He WHY Live Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa After for two years with best physicians aaff worse the doctors advisefl me if business to attend to I had attend to it at once as I could xot possibly live another month as there waa o cure for me Kidney Cure was recommended me a anal I immediately sent my sea to the atorej and after three bottles can to get better continued to ievprove until I was entimly welL R E Druggist GUARANTEED and l utl S IOLE IIONEYANDT KIDNEY CURE c Ka I fa once Net wrl fitting better friend bet an 81 IIMcRoberts pull year Pi events aria a t t t fop t i Tie Na IS erns tial MLI yaf r rt 1- r ti