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THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From Tfie Land ofNow TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 24 1910 J NUMBER 11 u Ia Fran TheIai dof llo v 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 Lancaster Ky J 1 g J j- i J- i 1 ti J- I 1- r I f I it I I COiN BROTHERS B J 1 1t 1 i Fencer r H l The county Christian Biljle School Convention will at Leavell Green of June Mr and Mrs ALvin Thomas are re joicing over the arrival of their nine pound boy Sunday morning Christened Vivian Selwjn Patronize home institutions cries the country editor from week to week That is right says the mer chant give it to those who some other town to buy goods Then with his heart filled with kindness to the loyal editor he sends his job work to Kalamazoo or utilizes a piece of wrapping paper to write an order on for goods or send a statement to a customer Funny isnt it Three out of Five By a score of nine to two Lancaster defeated the Richmond first team on last Friday afternoon This makes three games that the Lancaster Inde pendents have won out of five played Edwards pitched a fine game for our boys and was well supported See the game Friday afternoon with Perry ville at the Lancaster Ball Park of Corner Stone The Baptist church of Klrksyille will lav the corner stone for the new church Sunday June 26 at 3 p m The regular sermony and a short service will be conducted by Rev G W Lytle pastor of Mount Tabor church Several other interesting talks will be made and the churches and the public is cordial ly invited Bank Improvements The Citizens National Bank has in stalled a new upto date burglar proof safe of the most improved make especially constructed bv the Victor Safe and Lock Company of Cincinnati Ohio It is claimed that none of these safes have ever been burglarized and cannot be This progressive institution has also purchased and are fitting up a new in the rear of the bank which will prove a great convenience to the bank and its many customers Thirty Minutes Each Day Speaking of advertising There Is no business that cannot be increased and benefitted by advertising No class of advertising pays as well as a well written newspaper ad There is nu work you could do that would bring you as great returns as to use thirty minutes time each day in the study of advertising if you are in business The great trouble with most adver tisers in a country town is that they write an ad invoicing their stock in trade and expect by letting it stand week after week in the country to get direct lelurns from it be held the 29Lh June 5th to fLaying I I I I I go neighboring room newspaper Attend The Great CUTPR CE CLOTH KG SUE Logans Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits at Half Price dies Boys and Childrens Shoes at half price Odds and Ends in Hats at half price Odds and ends in Shirts at half price Bargains In Every Department Will sell you any thing in our line cheaper than you can buy the same quality elsewhere Lancaster Kentucky 1f F 0 01I0g Sff ff I t 1 i g g g gs1i Wi n n i I 11 i 11 2 n I I1 2 I 1 2 x EccALJ lMi gx x X IiIi1 1 I 0tt 0 0i frAti alld tel 4 tx1 I a d r tid It a- L faT Y PER CENT CLAUSE WOULD BIND GROWER HAND AND FOOT In Communication Executive Committee of Burley Tobacco Society Shows How Such avJProvision Would Work De struction of The Movement Opinion of LawyersGiven In Letter In a communication to members the Executive Committee of the Burlev Tobacco Society explains why no per cent clause was inserted in the con tract for the 1910 pool and vihy such a clause could not be embodied Ac companing this communication is a letter from Col John R Allen writ ten March 5 in which is stated the opinion of Attorneys for the Society The letter follows Dear persons who desire the rum and destruction of the Bur ley tobacco Society and who would in accomplishing their purpose deliver the Tobacco growers bound band and foot into the power of the Tobacco Trust are through newspapers and on the stump demanding that a 75 per cent clause be inserted in the pledge Since there may be honest men who honestly believe that such a clause should be in the pledge we take this means of telling you why those who have your interests at heart and whom you have chosen to protect your prop erty did not and could not insert in the 1910 pledge a 75 per cent clause The first pledge contained a per cent clause and we learned by experience that there is danger in such a clause When we took legal steps against men who broke their pledges some lawyers who could make the worse cause appear the better would take the ground that we did not have the required percent In a community where officers of the law and public sentiment were in the favor of pooling the verdict would be for the the So ciety In communities where the offi cers of the law and public sentiment were against pooling the verdict would be for the man who broke his pledge In this way the loss of the pooled tobacco worked hardship to the honest members Seeing that it made our lawyers advised us not to put a ner cent clause in subse quent contracts We include in this circular a letter from Col Jno R Allen giving his opinion on this subject The General Assembly has passed all thelaws necessary to protect cur Society if we use common sense and the light of experience But to put a per cent clause in the 1910 pledge would open a gap through which con tract breakers could escape A per cent clause in the contract would only make a mark for the Trust to shoot at If we inserted a 75 per cent clause the Trust would have only to buy up 26 per cent and thus make any pool impossible Having bought the smallest fraction ever onefourth of the crop at good prices the Trust would be able to control the of the crop for anything it was pleased to pay The way to get 75 per cent pledged is to go after it and not to waste time and energy in a wrangle about a tech nicality that would seriously weaken Union Church Services at Lan caster Methodist church next Sun day night Subject AntiChrist ofGambling A Great Evangelist The following clipping from a Phil adelphia paper tells of the good work being done by a former Lancaster ManFive years ago the Rev H N Faul coner was secured as the Presbyter ian evangelist Since that tme he has held on an average services in at least twenty five churches each year representing fewer than 350 meet ings There are fiftyf churches and chapels in the presbytery Ten laymen were present at the first when plans for this work were inaugurated At the last yearly and luncheon over fifty were pres ent Mr Faulconer has from the churches in his own prespytery for at least a year In the last two or three years he has conducted a num ber of meetings in connection with Dr Chapman and Mr Alexander in Philadelphia and Boston there being 1000 professions of conversion in the meetings which Mr Faulconer held He has an invitation at present tp go to Chicago next fall for six weeks to conduct services in connection with Evangel ktical campaign to be held under Chapman and Alexan derMr Faulconer was born in Danville KY He was graduated by Centre College Danville in 1991 and from the Theological Seminary in 1894 He engaged in missionary work in Kentucky until1900 He was then called te the First Presbyterian Church mother church of women Christian Temperance Union Rids boro Ohio of wbich was pastor four In 1904 be went the evangelistic work under the Assemblys and for the past five years has be n the evangelist in Chester SirSome bur was com 1ifte byterJ thedifficulty remainder luncheon meeting invitations the great General a the pool The only reason that we have not 75 per cent or 85 per cent in the 1909 pool is that selfish or short sighted men claiming to be the grow ers friends made war on us during the last pooling season and confused and mislead the people Dont be misled this time Extending the time of declaring the pool to November 1st gives two boards the opportunity to pass on it The old board has the right to declare the pool off prior to October 1st if in their judgment they deem it best board elected about October 1st and representing the will of those who have just elected them will have the right to declare the pool off on or be fore November 1st Recently we mailed you a fourpage sheet containing a full discussion of the difference between the society and those who seek our ruin We earnestly hope that you will take time to read all that is in those four pages and also the contents of a second sheet which we shall send you in a few days It is the farmers fault to work too much and to read and think too little It is just as necessary to main tain an organization to sell your at a good price as it is to grow it Sincerely yours Executive Committee Burley Tobacco Society Letter From Col John R Allen Lexington Ky March 5th 1910 Executive Board of Burley Tobacco Society City Gentlemen Mr Pendleton and have gone over the draft of the pledge for the year 1C10 and return the same with certain amendments and changes which we suggested and which are noted thereon We have heretofore advised the Board very strongly not to embody in the pledge for 1910 any guaranty of the percentage of tobacco to be pooled or any number of acres to be pooled be fore the pool became effective and we are glad to know after talking with the Board that the majority of the Board agree with us in this opinion Our experience with litigation grow ing out of suits against dumpers is that a guaranty of a certain of the acreage or a guaranty of a percentage of the amount of tobacco to be pooled before the pool becomes effective was a great detriment to us under the 1906 pledge and put us at a great disadvantage because in every instance the parties plead that we did not have the percentage pooled as we claimed and it would necessitate if the same clause were contained in the 1910 pledge a great deal of trouble and expense and investigation in order to prove that we had the necessary pooled Yours very truly John R AllenAttorney Any News We are always glad to get local items just such as you reader would like yourself and if you have any on hand at any time send them along Dont sandwich an advertisement them for they dont belong to the cashiers department and if they are not worth paying for in a legitimate way they are no good to us If you have any friends visiting you or you expect to go away just say so The latter clause may gratify your credit ors and the first your friends Mr John Y Leavell one of Garrards most venerable citizens died quite suddenly Saturday night at the home of his son Mr A D Leavell near PointLeavell On last March this highly revered gentleman celebrated his 93rd birth day and many were the good wishes extended him hoping he would live to see many other such happy days He was long a devoted and faithful mem ber of the Presbyterian church The following sons and daughters mourn his death Mr A D Leaveil Walker Leaved Miss Belle Leavell and Mrs John Francis of this place Mrs Rob ert Armstrong Frankfort Mrs Jas per Bogie orEdinburg Ind and Mr John Leavell of Pecos Texas The deceased was one of the organ izers of the National Bank of Lan caster and was its Presdent from 1870 to 1872 He was in early days an old line Whig but being a Southern sym pathizer he has ever since the war been a staunch democrat He was a man of remarkably well preserved physical and mental powers and had the universal distinction of having lived to see seven generations having distinct recollection of his greatgrand father and he himterf having been a The tobacco I I I I l Into c new matters of myself percentage percentage Leaved rest a4ire AND CHAMPION Binders Mowers AND Hag Rakes DEERINGBINDER TWINE HASELDEN BROS A zz z Zz z Deering iJdi S 11 I I s i 0 Q I J GZbL r d- k f vC I a N We Could Argue All But a single visit to this store will do more to convince you of the superiorty of our Clothing and Shoes than all the talking we could do in a whole week We Rely on Deeds Not Words To Make Us Loyal Friends That is we do the deeds and let our friends we make by deeds do the talking in our behalf Ask any who have tried Clothing and Shoes and ifyou go by what they say you will come here the next time you either White Elephant Store OUR MOTTO Same Identical Goods for Less More of Same Goods for Same Money Day IISI II 11 1 I III JII I I ou I I require II I Money- I I W J its I f I If Now is your chance to buy B i BUGGIS CHEAP 1 I am over and they must be sold Come before they are all gone IW J e j stocked Romans CENTRAL RECORD t ISSUED WEEKLY A YKAR From Tic Land Of Now GREEN CLAY WALKER Edtor in Lancaster Kv c SceondClaet Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky June 24 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Gills per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS Harvey Helm of Lincoln County on the Education of Women The President on June 2nd attended the Commencement exercises at Bryn Mawr College where his daughter Helen has been attending school He spoke to the graduating class on the subject of higher education fur women and said Su putt I dissent from the view that an academic education unfitsman or wo man for business It may he that the tastes that lead one to an education are not those which in sure business success but that the mental discipline the power the cultivation and comparison of ideas are not of assistance in business transactions in which the highest qualities of the i icd are acutely in action can hardly be true But it is said that women are not all going into the professions and so that the educa tion necessary as a basis for a profes siunal career is not needed by those women who have a competency or who look forward to marriage and motherhood as the chief tnd of woman It is even suggested that ths higher education of women rather unfis them to discharge the duties of a wife and mother that in some way or other It robs them of a charm and gives them an intellectual independence that Is inconsistent with their being the best wives and mothers I utterly dissent from this view The companionship of married life the cnief charm and reason for its being so far as it relates to the two persons concerned The enjoyment of the home with children and the training of them are of course among the most important duties and pleasures of married life and it does not detract from the pow er of a woman to make a good or to teach and train her children up to high Ideals that slie should have the advantage of the higher education It is not essential that a woman who knows much must conform to the unattractive manner and ways of the conventional blue stocking tnatshe should make the ex tent of her knowledge a source of dis comfort to those with whom she asso ciates or that she should lose her in terest In Vie sentiment and emotions of life or fail to have an appreciation of beauty and romance There has existed in the east end of this county a feud for some time that should not be tolerated in a civilized community The details of the affair appears in theCartersville letter We do not undertake say who was the aggressor or who is to blame for the trouble but we assume that both sides are in fault as is usually the case in such controversies The common wealth should have all of the parties bound over to keep the peace as by the statutes This is one of the best laws we have and is the one least used It was enacted to pre vent just such outrages as the affair at Cartersville The people generally are interested la peace and good order and outlaws should not be run with their guns and pistols to engage in such duels If they were the only ones concerned it make little difference if they should destroy each other but the citizenship of the county and society rebel against such conduct Parisian Liquor Shops Paris has 30000 liquor Selling BY R w S Did you reckless readers ever realize that Wilson Brothers the expert horsemen of Cave City own and oper ate a terrible big bunch of farming land in most every county in this big commonwealthI of but one that they have overlooked and that Is grand old Garrard county ana it is wisely and wondrously whispered in social and select secret circles that Tempting Tommy the Junior mem ber is contemplating the addition of well developed and highly culti vated farm in the latter county You dont know Tom theres no happy medium in his accumulative nature its either a feast or famine a mount or a molehill he is a terrible extremist a great admirer of the in nature and has the cooper anon in thIS deal of bewildering Billy Burton be of toe Titian hair and Teutonic ancestry the Y M C A of Garrard Young Maidens 1 1 100 u at Ute 1Q l Glee and 1910 Oice Interest Mr Taft academ- Ic i permitted- to atlarge would good establishments Listen a aaj 1 Anfered reasoning certainly companion stir authorized beautiful Constant Editors in MIddlesborc MIddlesboro Ky June 21st A large crowd of Kentucky Quill drivers are on hand attending the meeting of the Kentucky Press asso ciat ion which is being held here this week The CENTRAL RECORD Is be jag represented Uy Mr J L Gill Misses Margaret and Joan Mount and the Editor We arrived here yesler da after a very pleasant ride thru the mountain The people of Middlesboro are prc pired lo show great lime and so far we have enjoyed lfe to the fullest On lii t night an informal reception and concert given at the Middles burn hotel at which time Mavor Ilcl burn and the citizens uf M ddhsboro extended a royal welcome to the men On Tuesday morning the first session of the assoclat on was held ut the Midring Theatre The program opened by an address of home by Mayor Hepburn a re spouse routine business and the annu al poem by Edward A Jones poet laureate of Kentucky This after noun Tuesdaj will be devitd to a trip to the mines of VIC Mingo Hollow district The M wagers of the mines wil be at the disposal of the committee having the trip fn charge Tuesday evening au informal dance will be ui venal the MIddiesboro hotel from 830 lo Wednesday morning at 830 business meeting will beheld at which tame some I papers on newspaper work will be read and valuabl i suggestions will be made In the afternoon another trip to the coal mines after which the New South Brewery Ice Co will serve an elegant and templing buffet luncheon to the Editor In the evening at 7 oclock a grand reception will be given at the Middlesboro hotel by the of the Eighth District Press League of which this paper is a mem ber It will be followed by a German led by Mr W V Richardson of Dan vile and Miss Margaret Mount of Lancaster On Tuesday morning another busi ness meeting will be held after which automobiles and carriages will take the Editors for a trip over the new mcdel Goverment road through Cumberland Gap to the top of Pinnacle mountain at which place a barbecue will be given 3000 feet above the City of Middlesboro This will be the most interesting trip of all On Thuisday evening a smoker will be held at the Middlesboro hotel followed by u grand ball which uill last until the wen hours of morning The great Michaels Military Band Is furnishing music for every occasion On Friday a trip to Pmcville is plan ned and a number of Editors will go there to be the guest of the Pineville SunThe meeting will close Friday and we do not believe that there wi1 be a person who can say that they bave not been benefited by meeting and every one goes back home feeling that they are better prepared to do the work there for the next year There are several people here who once lived in our town and sonic how or other they always look better to us than any one else They are ail pros pering and enjoying life in this garden spot of the mountains A Willing Merchant Editor Central Record InolictJ in your columns of last week an article writren by the City Attorney relative to side walks etc in Lancaster- I admire the spirit of the writer and too think that the citizens should readily respond to the building of cc ment sidewalks and do so in the spir it suggested by our attorney With the same spirit and show of good faith in this matter let the Council on their part improve the town square by macadamizing and building it up to an established grade just as the county is now doing the Lexington road I understand that the county permit them to use the road machinery without cost Then when this Is done I am to speak for the property owners around and fronting the public square that they will all put down concrete sidewalks This once believe the entire property holders of the city vii at once begin the building of cement walks through out the limits of the city- I suggest that the entire improve ment of square and the building of walks begin the same time say Sept 1st as this is a dul business month and we can better afford begin work then I am a business man on public square and tind ready at any time to do my part toward what I think wil reap untold benefits me as well as to the community at large Lets have a hard pull a strong pull and a pull all together and complete this good work in September A Pioperty O vner Officers Chosen The first meeting of the new Dan ville Gun Club was held last Friday afternoon on the grounds of the Ken tucky Institution for the A most interesting shoot was held In the first shoot Dr J R Cowan won first honors landing 20 pigeons out of 25 shots and Mr Robeit Bar tell came second getting 18 out of 25 In the second shoot Mr Harry Rob inson won first place making the rec ord of the day by taking 22 out of 25 shots Mr Bartells wno is a very fine shot again came second this time getting 20 out of 25 shots Superintendent Augustus Rogers was chosen President Mr Bartells vicePresident and Mr Bar ry SecretaryTreasurer The Club meets every Friday after noon There are twenty members Danville Advocate us a was was Wt 1 resting tbi ill doneI t the tag Dear I l newspaper bus- snes ditrt ent On another mt members historic willing simultaneously Robert Robinson Cracks At Creation Did know That we should have a beautiful townThat we should join the crusade against uplincss that is daily gaining more recruits than Teddy ever dream ed of leading That the first reqmie is to realize that community attractiveness home mind town bauty are true economy and that collective ugliiess is sheer write That we should ask ourselves tie questions which home brings the best price the one that is well kept even though simple or the one that is tin kept Which community attracts population of a permanent and desir able character the town that is un sightly or the one tnat is tree lined rod wish pavod That seeing and believing that i good business you should talk that way to your friends suggest that what is impossible for one is easy for many mind thus pave the way for or ganized effort That while considering organisation you should think of your home your town as if you were a critical stranger That there are ash piles and dumps about and that the purifying trash tires have been forgotten That loose papers art allowed to Jit ter the streets and man have been permitted to tack up on fences trees and houses their ugly announce mentsThat poiss and wires ecipse some of the trees That street lights may beautify or uglify a town Do they hang from hideous poles or posts in your town Are the streets in your town on a Is the pubic square of your town a civic center of beauty as well as business tree decked streets al on a line leading out from it If is I want to know about it for I am hungering for a town so ornamented That a town entrances particularly by the railroad should be pleasing and not show the incoming stranger the worst of a community That seeing what other places look like nelps a great deal in this effort for beauty and those that are need to have the encouragement of the wide awakes That there is no beautifyer of complexion or farm like a little work fh shovel hoe and scythe That if you dont think our country u pretty just now cliuibHg to the top of thin court house cupao will m t rely be an elevating pastime but will convince you it is That every one should climb up and view the beauties of town and country with time aid of opera glasses and a iccf That if yon will only look out and not in you will see many things that should be dune and will see that God has given us a country too beautiful to desecrate Poor Satisfaction The man who is thoroughly satisfied with himself isnt with anything else IN NAPERY PLEASING DESIGNS ARE SHOWN IN PROFUSION For Many Occasions These Articles Are Preferable to the More Be Arranged in Attractive Manner For a childs party the informal luncheon the chafing dish supper and other little feasts which do not require formal tables there is noth ing like the convenience of paper napery The table covers and nap kins may even express a degree of smartness for there are smart or vulgar paper fix ings just are smart or poor linen ones There is a round table cover big enough for a table that would seat four people this and the six napkins that go with it showing a charming border of bright red hearts connected at intervals with a garnishing band that simulates a blue ribbon For the season soon to follow there are other sets showing borders of crisp jonquils yellow tulips and very nice looking apple boughs in full bloom These naturally appeal to young folks so one is not surprised that such dis tinctive and pretty table capers often set off very nice boy and girl lunch eons From 35 to 50 cents is charged for the handsomer of these sets and the covers at least are stout enough to last several times with care For the younger children the paper napery takes on high jinks in the ani mal or Mother Goose way and with some of the plain white things which are intended for the housekeeper of taste who must economize on her napery there are some thin napkins almost silky in finish and very prettily fringed These are very pften used with a linen cloth for Sunday night teas and though afternoon tea does not call for a serviette such kinds are perfectly in keeping with taste If linen ones are wanting A pretty way to put the napkins on the afternoon tea table is to fold each one in a neat square and then tie the bundle prettily with a narrow ribbon The guest helps herself from the bundle or leaves it alone as she wishesThe plain white paper napkin or one lightly decorated is never vulgar and If it comes from China or Japan it may even be a thing of beauty Such tasteful and inexpensive servi for they could be used when a linen one could not Then there is the will buy a package of a hundred of thee simpler sort of napkins I you line true wit r it awaken- Ing tl e Formal LinenMay considerable as there homelImited neverneedingto beauty sign rubber r r ifs Twenty five cents r r FARMS FOR SALE VV T EWJNG Real Estate Agency Harrodsbuvg Ky 1GO icres in 3 miles of Dmvillc on pike handsomely improved and tine laud nearly all in grass at 105 an acre 5GO acres in G miles of pike 200 acres leve land remain der is rolling and in grass has 3 houses tine stock arm also producing line grain acre 160 acres just outside of Harrods burg Finely improved and good land and at 110 an acre 200 acres tine well laying farm near Ry stition on pike and near village and in 6 miles cf riarrodsburg new to bacco barn G room house 100 acres fine tobacco land at 87 an acre 313 acres line farm on Salt river being largely tine botrom handsome brick house two stock barns new ten acre tobacco barn tenant houses and at 78 an acre Is in 5 miles of ITar rodsburgjind 1 miles Ry station Is nearly all in grass 203 acres on pike 3 miles of Harrods burg nice residence at pike large barn and acres fine new land in grass at S75 an acre 247 acres in 7 miles of Harrodsburg at village in 5 miles of Burgin lays fine and grows any crop 1m tobacco barn but no house at 3750 an acre and a bargain 150 acres fine well laying farm at Mercer county on pike has handsome residence tobacco and stock barns orchards tenant houses and the land is of the best price S100 per acre 385 acres near Burgin splendidly has a brick residence that cost over S 2000 has three tob ceo birns and other buildings lays fine and grows large crops of anything grown in this section at S130 an acre within 8 miles of Danville 216 acres well laying land on pike in 2 miles of Ry station in Mercer county has G room house barn and other buildings mostly in grass and S8000 buys it 353 acres on pike 3 m lies of Uar rods burg tine well laying farm and finest of soil has nice residence tobacco barn and other buildings This is an ideal faun and at 110 an acre I Light Superior to Ozone Experiments with the ultraviolet light appear to show that it is more effective for sterilizing liquids than To What Point Attached to a tombstone in a Harles den Eng undertakers shop is a card which reads You may telephone from here His Claim to Consideration Ive noticed says the Philosopher of Folly that a man can always com mand respectful attention in a riddle aged crowd by stating that when he went to school they used McGuffeys readers BY Harrodsburg- on 35 an Shakerto Nn improved I I I ozone r At many I Food Sold from Automobiles Cooked food is sold from automo biles in the streets of Paris Berlin and Moscow Fish atOne Time a Luxury London fresh fish during the dor period was a luxury for the rich beyond t ie means of the poor Owns Their Own Farm Eighty seven in every hundred Canadian farmers own their own farms Children on London Streets In the London streets there are nearly 10500 hay traders under 14 years of age and over 000 girl traders Large Trade in False Teeth Twenty million false teeth are sent to England from this country every year Storks Travel Far Four storks which ve e marked and liberated by an ornithological in Prussia have been captured and examied in the Transvaal They had flown about 5GOO miles I I j In Tu I I I I I I j society I wers Has Taken A Tumble From the sphere of profit into the Atmosphere of be low cost In the game of Bargains it is not so much what you pay but what you get that really counts It Is That What You Get Idea that has won for us the confidence of the people Opportunity creates duty when Wall Paper can be bought at the following prices Imported Wall Paper Value 75c per Roll price 35c Value 50c per Roll price 25c Value 35c per Roll price 15c Value 25c per Roll price lOc Domestic Papers Any Combination Wanted Value 50c per Roll price 20c Value 35c per Roll price 15c Value 25c per Roll price lOe Value loc per Roll price 7 J4a Crown Bed Room Papers in Artistic Effects Valu9 side wall 50c price 15c Value 150 Crown price 75c Room size lots from 10 to 18 rolls at less than cost Skilled hangers and competent decorators await your selection C P BEOWEE CO Goods Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY U It L lILT 1a iGt I fa I I Wall l1Wr L7AL T Brows CarpetsFurniture Paper Draperies PicturesArt At F G Hurts will begin a special sale of all Furniture Carpets and Rugs It is Hurts policy to stock up at the be ginning of each season with an entirely new collection of household furnishings This policy results in an opportunity being afforded to the Furniture buyers to get just what they want at an unusually low price It means a big to young folks just going to housekeeping Our June sale this year offers a particular opportunity for the reason that the backward Ins so interfered with business that our large stock is practically left intact consequently a great variety in choice is offered IFURNITURE saving j- season PRESSERS Solid Oak Dressers 1000 Fine Quartered Oak Dressers 1500 Colonial Mahogany Dressers 20 00 Circassian Walnut Dressers 3000 Brass and Iron Beds 2inch Post V M Beds 1000 Continuous Post Brass Beds 2000 Iron Beds for summer cottages 250 Heavy Iron Beds 500 All Iron Spring 350 Buffets Sideboards Buffets up from iSoo Sideboards up from i25o GoCarts Folding GoCarts up from 200 Best Collapsible GoCarts 1000 I Open aCharge Account T GftRPETS fIND RUGS THE 1 SWall mOIlI1 Is Uncle Sams fe Pride i G and ours also The Perfect Flour a scientific product of the most approved milling methods The bread rolls cake and pastry it yields ate genuine health kind that combines purity and deliciousness with high nourishing value Try a bag today and be convinced that there is no better Flour made Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop w foodsthe l I9 t J t1I1O CHIFFONIERS Large Roomy Chiflonier 1000 Large Mirror swell front 1500 Gents Chifforbe 2500 Roomy Wardrobes two doors rooo Dining Tables Drop Leaf Breakfast Tables 500 Square Tables 6 foot 650 Oak Tables 6 foot 1150 Round Pedestal Tables 8 foot 2000 Quartered Pedestal Tables 6 foot 5oo Kitchen Cabinets jap Cabinets t2no Hoosier Special Refrigerators Large White Enameled Box Absolutely guaranteed Refrigerator I I u 1 Quartered I 2500 fl 1250 S r S S Lao open a Charge Account HTTLancaster Everything for the Home Kentucky F GI R TiJiF r r 1 rJiy c J i i rrras Obituary The reaper whose name is Death with his sickle keen has again the home of Mr and Mrs John M Wheeler and claimed for its victim their list child Mason He died June 18 1910 Had he 1 ved until July 5 he would have reached his 13jh year He was a brave ener netic exceptionally bright boy In school be was studious on the a jovial mirthful lad and among his companions a friend maker At the time his parents bad reached the place where they could educate and give him all that a could ever need a power which is superior to that of man called him to his home and robbed his father and mother of their only jewel Never was a boy more esteemed and more carefully attended by his parents Unto he was More than two weeks before his death while attempting to jump a hollow he received a fall injured his left side and leg On Sat urday night June 4 he was taken ill with iuflimatory During the latter part of his illness be contracted pneumonia and a few days later his leg was operated on by Drs Bosley and Kinnaird Im mediitely following this blood poison setup and this together with his other diseases quickly ended his life At the beginning of his illness Dr H M Bosley of took charge of the case and worked and conscientiously until the end During the sickness a trained nurse Miss Friley of Lexington was summoned to the rescue Notwith standing the many efforts and meth ods of a skilled physician and a train ed nurse all seemed to be in vain ills funeral was preached by Bro P E Foley Sunday June 19 at 2 p m mud at 3 oclock his remains were laid to rest in the Wheeler grave yard He leaves to mourn lib loss a father and mother many kinsfolk and a host offi lends To the bereaved parents we say do not weep and mourn over the loss of Mason for he now dwells at home in peace and rest We know not but that it is best for all things work well t them that love the Lord Let this remind us that sooner or later our spirits will take their flight Let us so live that when lifes busy throbbing day is over and the little work on earth is done we shall enter into that City not made v i h hands but eter nal in the Heavens and receive that welcome plaudit Well done good and faithful servants CARTEKSVILLE Miss Mie Bryant is very sick at this writiuir Mrs Lena Hilcomb and family Mrs Annie Pitts and family and Miss Carrie Carter all of Berea were guests of their mother Mrs L J Carter Tuesday On last Friday morning about seven oclock Mr Link Lakes and Mr ChiKs Wool wine and several more of each side met up with each other near Mr Wool wines home and had a fuss but none were hurt Mr Lakes mule was shot from under him and about 230 oclock in the afternoon Mr Link Lakes his father and brother Jim Lakes pussed through here armed unh guns and pistols They had just gotten out of near some woods when the was fired Mr Link Lakes was shot from the woods lie was on the pike and there was s rye field between him and the woods lie was brought to Dr Redwines home and Dr Carmon of Paint Lick was called tj help dress the wounds There were twenty one bullet holes found The rest of the party followed each other on near Mr Ed Smith home and began shooting again Mr Chriss Woolwine was she t 5 times and Leonard winkle was shut tvice and Curie Woolwine glanced with one shot Floyd McCarty has bought Arthur flails home of 5 acres for 500 Henry Conn has bought the home of Wm Gafney containing 5 acres for GOOP N Spainhour has sold his farm containing 80 acres to J H Payne Walker Gafney and William Gafney fur 3000 Rev A C Baird filled bis regular appointment at Good Hope on last Saturday and Sunday Rev William Bryant will preach at good Hope on the first Sunday in July Mr J H family Tilted at Rev A C Bairds on last Sunday Mr and Mrs John Long worth at Joe Millets on Sunday Jesse Bard and Ben Llpple attend ed the Berea commencement last week Lee Broyles went to Richmond last week to get treatment from Rich mond doctors who claim that they can cure him S L Baird traded a fouryearold mare to Ed Stigall for two threeyear old mules and paid Stigall 150 to boot Miller Johson sold a four yearrid saddle horse to W S Walker for 225 W Q Walker of Stanford sold his 200 acre farm in this neighborhood to J E Hammond for 90 an acre At about la m last Wednesday C Billions dwelling with the fur nUure and all itcontained was barBed the family barely escaping One of the children little Roger was so bad ly burned tnat he died on Thursday eveniag and was buried at Paint Lick OB Friday Mr Dillon had only 500 oc his property but be bw a boat of fries who are anxious aad willing The origin of the Ire tew taw W8 as it Marled ta entered a boY celestial tJf Kirksville first tibot I waS I and 1 S f r rc playground wbicii badly seriously rheumatism faithfully 4 sight FLAT WOOD I t r Mille visited r leduraace a I Whelp aria j i k 4 an upstairs room where there had been no lire We wish to congratulate you on your success in giving your patrons so paper Rev A C Baird filled bis regular appointment Gillead on Saturday and Sunday The people are united in theif to make Good Hope Sunday School a CRAB ORCHARD The face at the window was a de cided success The receipts were t02 which will go toward purchasing new seats and carpets for the Christian churchThe hotel burned on The fire originated in the ell and was not discovered until that portion of the building was almost entirely consumed Some of the contents were saved The loss was fully by iasurance Mr Logan will rebuildMr who lived near Dix river bridge on the Lancaster pike was buried here on the seventh He bad been III of pneumonia only a short time and though his death was ex pected it was a great shock to the community where he lived He was a good man and his demise will be keenly felt Mrs Fannie Colyer wife of Judge Colyer breathed her last at 1030 Tuesday morning June 7 The of her illness was only a few weeks ago when she become mentalh unbalanced and tried to commit by taking carbolic acid however she swallowed none of the drug bu she rapidly became worse She was taken to the Sanitarium in hopes that she could be benefited but her case was hopeless and after only a few days there she was brought back home where the end came Deceased was 64 years old and a member of the Christian church She had only been married to Judge few months and came as a stranger Into our but soon her sweet disposition and wholesome friendly manner made all her warm who sorrow at her untimely taking away She leaves no children but for the sorrowing bus band the deepest sympathy is felt This makes the second death in the Culver family in less than too weeks Truly affliction never comes single banded May the bereaved made to realize that their Heavens gain Farm For Sale As executor of David Cbenault 1 will sell privately the farm on which be resided about one mil from Richmond Kentucky on the pike This is one of the most homes in Madison county about 30 acres of rich bluegrass land all suitable fur tobacco abundance of fruit of all kind plenty of running water nice cistern modern bouse ol eight rooms ball poarch et with the usual out houses Ou the place is quite a lot of fine locust If farm is sold can give possession ir tnirty days Anyone desiring to set the place call on Mrs Cbenault at the farm Judge J C Chenault Rich aloud Kyor J W Eluiore Ky 610tf Mtlo Is a splendid poultry feed It contains a large amount of and a small amount of It should be fed with wheat bran or other foods rich In protein Butter to be graded as extra must have a quick fine and fresh flavor Its body must be good and uniform The color must be good for the season when made properly salted neither gritty or flat In mixed breeding or crossedhreed ing nothing Is accomplished beyond the first cross While a few good are occasionally secured the tendency is for the progeny to fall be low rather than above the average One vigorous male to every tea hens Is sufficient for good fertility In the average farm flock and with th smaller breeds one vigorous male with 15 liens will answer An excessively large number of males only entails needless expense The garden should be planted with a view to using tillage implements Hand tools are slow and irksome and should be dispensed whenever possible A trained horse and good onehorse cultivator will do more and better work in one hour than cat be done with a hoe in a day If pasture has not been provided fer the work animals and young stock on the farm this should be provided for this spring You will see tie wisdom of this if you attempt to on dry foods alone When yon provide vegetables for your table do not for get the work animals Po the orchardlst to get the beat results his orchard should not be more than six miles frost the railroad or other transportatioa agency for the double that to haul his product a greater distance lessens its market value and becaaae better the transportation facfflttea the more easily it is Ida to aarket his product The seas aaggeetiOB far the prep aration of tend for loa ap ply to except that the distance for cantaloupes Is usually five feet each way Caatatoapea do not grow aa vigorously as watenael OBS sad hence o tot reevlre as Brack for the They are hew ever rank feeders and require a soil and good caltfvatioa Mach of the quality and layer of aitlaa le lost if they are neglected cat takmpes awtare jtooaer than water htste H f4ate4 gooda effort suicide Colyer a midst friends Irvine with r w JaN f i success r a Monday covered beginning ones1 deceased desirable Lancaster carbohydrates protein individuals live located reason the ceats less fertile ahwt- c INTHE DINING CAR First shall we man age this meal Shall we all order and divide I think that will be perfectly lovely dont you Miss DurbinT Miss Durbln For the rest You see I ordered when I first came In I was five minutes before you came First yes Well now girls we get Coffee TaU Woman The coffee on these trains Is perfectly terrible It as much as your life is worth to drink It How one misses ones home table when one Is traveling Young Girl Isnt it the loveliest thing we all got on the same train It just shows how small the world Is after alL Do you suppose that porter will watch our things for us First Woman I dont know rm sure I beard him telling a man he couldnt abide women who spread themselves all over the car Walter Ready to order mad amShort Woman Gracious no How these waiters do hurry one What do you think of some clam chowder First tired of clams How about rolls Rolls waiter Tall Woman Be sure theyre hot Oae always gets cold things on these cars And coffee of course Short WomanNot at alL I tea First Woman One tea and the rest coffee Oh dear what else Dark did you Miss Miss Durbln Chops fried pots toes rolls tea and waffles First welL Bring the same for us waiter Waiter One check madam First Woman Bow aobut It Young Girl Ob certainly We can divide afterward Tall How flat the scenery is Its scarcely worth while tp look out of the window Traveling Is such a boreShort would not be If the attendance were better Whero can you find the equal of that porter for Instance He told me I had been in that dressing room an hour when It hadnt been a second longer than 15 minutesYoung Some of the passen gers are worse Theres a woman In there who made an awful fuss she said I had her book How could I know it was really her book She couldnt prove I found it lying In a seat and It happened to be a I was just crazy to read I fin ished it too before I gave It back toherDark Woman I had trouble with that same woman She actually had the porter tell me to move She said I had the upper berth and had to ride backward because she and her little girl had a lower She was persistent First comes the walter Just put the things here Gracious be hasnt brought half the order I dont care what she told waiter We Want them at this end of the table We cant all of us have everything In front of us Now get the vest of the order as quick as you can Dont stand there like that Dont say more about it do you hear Did you ever Short Woman Only one cup of so thats mine Please pass the rolls My how stingy Only four rolls for all of us Now should you not think a rich road like this would do better than that by itspatrons Miss Durbln Excuse me but Tall Woman Td like some fried potatoes please First better divide tile chops Who wants the Saratoga chipsDark suppose Ill have to take them as theres nothing else leftYoung Girl I tookthe last roll Does that mean a handsome hue bind Sport In that dish Waffles Thank good news theres enough of 18 that real sirup db you suppose You nee er can ten when yolire being cheated MlM Durbln So It seems Excuse me but Isnt that my order that the waiter drought Dark Woman 1 wonder If It was Here take dome of theN chip Theyre awfully dry Short Woman the tea I thought after Id fixed K with cream and sugar that rd rather have a lemon Mice Durbin I take tea plait Tan Woman Never mind Here comes the waiter with our order Vm t arent arfy of your chops Mia lav of yours you thlakr First Wo a Wed be clad to let you have some but see there are only enough for us They ar so stingy om these roads you Would you like roll MlM Durbta No thank yes Departs Tall WoaMB 8Wa Wacmt she me Thats what we get for taking p wKh a iraager We oaght to kept t our original party You cant be frlMily with everybody sad apt rgreti I Wfcve lm tola myaalfc Daily He whe I tmlt fc rotated task sad of th day fan the pteuaree of cfceckteg aer that refaif V low parpoteV ari HchUy cU f 4Wm New rk Far twryNew city nuaalaetarM fur oa tha an ether cane f the ceiHtiry tofpther It keeps la vetee at S414ltttt WomanHow together WomanOh 1 WomanTm WomanWhat order Durbin WomanVery girls WomanIt because It book disagreeably WomanHere you any tea WomanWed WomanI WomanWhat II DurbIaI might a y T J 1 I perhaps here what yet prefer Woman covered those Here sorry ere arose left son dod yon how gets have Y Tks M duties tsees oft the tine whet isW are eat the abut IIN carp tr r Its agst tar tom lust ye NOVEL MONEY BOX PLEASING TRIFLE EASILY PUT TOGETHER Idea Sent to Us From England la Worth Consideration Good Scheme to Cover Receptacle With Postage Stamps A mosey box is a thing that should rank among the possessions of all children and though they may be purchased very cheaply it Is always nicer to have one tkat we have made ourselves and especial so when there is something uncommon about it to say nothing of the pleasure that will be derived in making itWe give a sketch of a useful and practical money box that was made with the aid of an old cigar box A square box should be chosen I small s and the lid firmly fastened down either with thin sharp nails or glue to prevent the temptation of spending the contents and a slit cut in the top to admit the Any superfluous paper on the of the box may be removed and the whole of the exterior covered with old postage stamps So save all old postage stamps you can foreign as well as English and soak the paper from them and gum them one by one upon box until it is entirely covered After that the box may be either with a transparent varnish or coated with gum and left to dry The greater the variety of the stamps used the more pleasing will be the of this little novelty when com pleted London Mail AGAIN THE SEPARATE COAT Survival of Fashion That Has Much Much to Be Said in Its Favor There Is a revival of the separate coat though it has departed from the long top coats and now it is a part of a costume that is of a skirt of checked material with one of the colors recurring in the plain short jacket- A blue and tan check Is particularly modish when worn with a jaunty blue coat perhaps trimmed with braid plaques or stitching The costume can be changed by wearing a biscuitcolored jacket of the short length so much In vogue but cut on an entirely different line Blue and green black and white tones of gray are some of the checks within the reach of every one For traveling suits or for business the checked skirt with its separate coat is to be welcomed NOT HARD TO MATCH BUTTONS EffectivelyEmployed Can Be Done It is common to find it Impossible to match buttons when several are found missing yet when these cannot be purchased it is easy to make them from the material of the frock itself or from its trimmings First cut bias strips of silk the shade qf the girdle or lining These should be about a half Inch deep and should run In long strips Then sew the edges together turn and run a thick cord through them Cut the bias strip of silk the same shape of the size of the button wanted and then run the cord around it so as to form a coIL Then fasten to edge underneath and catch together so the stitches will not show New Hate Many of the new hats will have high crows of taffeta and tulle Another feature will be the mingling of halt a dozen bright colors which although startling in ef feet is appropriate for the time oi year One model recently purchased for a southern wardrobe was of cadet blue straw made somewhat on the lines of the turban The high full puff crown was of bright green taffeta d the only other trimming was a dozen or more cherries In the shade of canary yellow another youthful model was of yellow straw large and flat with the crown by a very beautiful wreath of lea fleura des champs a medley of corn flowers buttercups poppies ete Furniture Polish Aa excellent polish for furniture may be made with etc ounaeof onehalf ounce of castle and OBebalf pint of turpentine It be allowed to stand for 24 thawing the bottle occasionally Next day ingredients should be thoroughly shaken sad whey all are dissolved sufflcient water added to make a quart The wax and the soap should be as finely as possible before being put into the bottle Allow the bottle to stand at least 12 hours the polish will be ready use It should be the thick teas of cream In the Uses Samoa Mamoers believe that the dowa stole the woBum Siaa working ia the able to return to earth TO see her ia her Bullet the board oa which was Miss pat bark to Crake cloth Tac Ma bale aa feed ta ftre largely Ma t at lagaaMcf where learea ateraiB MiMt kJMii 4i fret IB coins outside the varnished effect emphat- Ically composed different exaggerated brightest surrounded 0 I embroidered velvet beeswax soap should hours the shaved whet for about The soon came eta and twilight Never say tow the moos with sad she saKale used teen the the ktgtk 1 GO TO HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street for Japs Hair Ttifc Williams SfcaYeiig SOAP Honing Razors a Specialty 25 years of experience Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KENTUCKY Office Hours Office over 8 a m to 12 l p m to 4 Stormed Drug Store B F WALTER DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky WANTED Reliable Man Steady Employment J W S W E E N E Y H J County Surveyor PHONE 329J Office over F G Hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky W T KING LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references DS J TIN LEY Auctioneer G W Morrow Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed M K DennyI I DENTIST omce over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Work Guaranteed Paint Lickll10tf Kentucky DR Wm BURNETT Phvsicon and Surgeon Office over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers of QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Or J B Kinnaird Physical and SurgeonO- ffice Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 J E Robinson UWYEt MONTY ATTUNES Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Go Cleaning and Pressing and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fe W Faulkner jWgr A T SCOTT AuctioneerBuena 7 Years Experience and 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Write me for dates be in Lancaster county court day to serve you IIIll Ladies phoSeNQ A tt aid r Will every 1tBHorjila anheaa h GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery DO YOU I Want Any Work Done V We are prepared to fix you up Steam and Hot Water J Hedting jrX Guttering Roofing and Repairing J We appreciate your patronage McCarthy Doty O Tin and Plumbing Shop WHY NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW Office National Bank ofLancaster OOC x I X I WALK KI I I I OOOOOCI j I BELEY HAELIEI Ij Phone 3r x BAS f I fj DONT IBE Reckless when you buy flour always ask for Obelisk Brand and you will be sure of getting the best Milled from the cream of the best grown wheat It makes delicious bread cakes and pies Besides the results obtained from its use makes it the best and most economical flour used Barrels and Half Barrels BANKS HUDSON I v r 0 1 c IereXeI SPRING GOODS 1 We have just received a large line of I Osbourne Cutting Harrows Columbus Wagons Kauffman Buggies j and in fact everything needed on the f farm See our line of Stoves and H Ranges White House and I Buster Brown Shoes Men and Boys Suits 1 Carpets and Dragnets to fit any room at prices to please you Becker Ballard CO S Bryantsville Ky Deering oImplements II J ff e Far The New Generation 1 is tbe noise of the rushing throng on the stage of life that attracts attention of the one pissing he gathers from the babbling voices that it i only the new generation crowd ing the old fr ui Ihejscene of action No longer are tlpse dci who ate nearing the selting sun in the evening of life Tins new gcuciutiun cares lilile fur the benefactors of the Ttiey have no time fur kind words N ihv niniif hastei lest they the whirl of M ci tr anti the leader of fashion What care they for broken promise or forgotten duties No d not a k this new jfiiera i n to remember their broken promise do not j ir their round or i lasuru by rcminoi them of those who are od or pour I J not Ull them iheir actions are anj tiling but civ 1 do n t remind them tiat they t o will some day be old and regarded as only cns Do nut mar the plaMire of niw eration fur God knows they will have enough to answer for when tjey stand upon the golden shore beneath searchlight of Him who is the father to the fatherless and a friend to aged and the pour r i ions are Jawicd through this generation only by the pull of the mighty in po ver The pour are not wanted because they Lace not this pull man who i penniless is noi wanted because he is ton old Therefor alike they are spurned aid shuttled from the stage With this new generation might makes iLht and To in the of these leaders of tl i genera i in admits t membership and gives you the iijht t tide over the weak and t foi right ot the old and gray A man found dead in his room in flew York notes stating that he had applied for work but was told that he was too old and tot wanted He was too proud to bfgorstarve and knowing the rew generation war ted him no longer he committed suicide A pension for the old and needy would be hooted at in Congress as it has been by our Governor in Kentucky yet laws are passed in Congress by this new generation that pensions the and corporations by duties and tariffs which makes the poor poorer and it is all right This is a remarkable civilizttion in this country where we brag about cur free constitution of qual rights to all and special pi ivilges to none yet whither are we drifting with this new general iin We pitY the Chinese heathen arid talk about the dark ages of the past and uitlii our borders things happen that woud break the heart of the goddess of purity and biing tears to the statue of liberty This new generation is too good to labor and t o proud to starve and thus they are at the parting of the way where honesty is wont to travel Wiii tluir children begin to grow up they are too good to follow in the way and du the tasks our pa rents did they must be dressed in style and ride in fashion Father do the chores and mother carry the burdens of the household The old fashioned boy and girl are no more and if perchance there are a few left they are criticised by this new and yet we are progressing Owen County Democrat JIUYANTSYILLE Mrs Chalmers Master John Gallaher arrived last week to spend the summer mh Mr C M Jenkins and family Mr and Mrs Walker Burnside of Richmond were guest of Mr B F PattareMrs R Smith of Paducah here for a visit to her father Mr J B Leave Jlr Julian E lion of Lexington is the guest of his brother Dr W M ElliottMiss Mamie Ballard entertained a few friends informally at a six oclock dinner Friday in honor of her cousin Wool folk of Robertson returned to her home at Crothersville Wednes dayMrs W J Hogan has returned home after a two weeks visit to hei daughter Mrs W T Woolfolk in LexingtonDr Swnpp who has been quite sick for several weeks continues about the same MrF W A Dickerson and daugh ter Barnes anti Miss TJiizi Iron attended the wedding of Wilds to Mr Baskett at Nich olasville Tuesday Mrs Mote Scott has been visiting hei sister Mrs llullie Sweeney at Jifferaonv lie Iud Kiss Katie Mae Fnlie entertained about forty of her friends very delight fully Thursday evening one present had a most able time and during the eves ill delightful were served Mr Bryan Ballard was over from Lexington fur a short stay last week Mr G B Ruse is at home spending several weeks in OwUey county on business Mrs J W Bryant was in Richmond last week for a short visi Miss Zella Cowan who Miss Allie Dunn in teaching last year left Thursday for her home In Somerset Miss Cowan has accepted 4 poaition the graded school there Miss Mary Brooks of Lexington has been visiting Mrs Florence Ballard Dr and Mrc W M Elliott hate re turned from a short visit to relatives at Richmond and Lexington lliis Mamie Lee Ballard will go the b past imp e behind t lit z cI this Ill the Tile gfd lIlY van yu get the the le t trusts is lr urjte Elztbeth et j IJ after n 1J1w the- Y ute e r tty or- t s a t t gd get a brilliant must generation Gallagher and 1 Miss Lexington Miss Kai is Mss Sunbeam Every refreshments assisted fir t of week a few days to Louisville and Lexington Mr J W few day In Louisville and Lexington lait week Mr and Mrs Nathan Noe have Urine from a visit to relative in Ohio Tell me rot ii mournful numbers That the t wn is fu 1 of gloom For the moans a crank that slumbers J i uloriou homi- Mfe is real life i earnest And the grave is hot its goul Exprydollar thil thou tnrnest Helps to take lh old town roll lint tj lyimiit and not sorrow Is our rJettjjcJ end or wn If you huve no lUnacy burrow a corner lot tudiv- Livfs of great men sl remind us We can win inmortal fain Let us leave the chumps behind us And well get there all the same In t lis worlds broad Held of bat te In the bivouac of us make the dry bones rattle Invest somet liisg for your wife Let us t tea be up and doing a heart any riot St nchicving pursuing lijomnir early booming late viii t spent a days of Bit y lifer et W th for sill mC W fJ Mq rrJt11iEA TF J1ZIIi the for More returned these n JFEi j tiEa HEKK is no unbelief Whoever plants the seed be neath the sod And waits to see it push away the clod He trusts in God Veal Gives Variety Veal Is cheaper in the spring than at other seasons and is welcome more as a change from beef and pork than for its real food value It may appear as a roast In pie in cutlets croquettes or chops In com ination with chicken in a salad It lessens the cost and If a fair for chicken At Its best veal has rgt a high value as food but if put on the market too young is liable to provoke serious gastric disturbances and is a dangerous food The flesh of any young animal does not keep fresh as long as that of older ones so veal should be eaten won after killing and dressing Good veal may be known by its pinkish color and white fat when the flesh lacks color and has a bluish look it been taken from an animal too young to kill for food of If proper ego six weeks It was bled before killing Peach Canape Rake a simple white cake In a sheet cut in rounds with a biscuit cutter or if fancy shape is wanted use any style of cutter Place a hal of a peach hollow side up on th canape and fill the center with chopped browned nuts Dip the piece of cake Into a peach sirup first to soften it and add then garnish with a large of sweetened whipped cream which has been flavored with almond Such a dish is termed fancy as the farm of serving makes it seem com pJex BUCK K YE Mr and Mrs I Burton and Mr Forest Stapp were in Lexington last Tuesday Miss Mimic Dickerson was the guest of Mrs J M Amon Thursday Miss Xancy Long of Cotlonbur has been visiting Agnes Mils Mr and Mrs R Cell Broaddns visited her parents in Midison coun ty Saturday and Sunday Miss Nora Long has been visitinp h sister Mrs R I Mr and Rather lliv enter tattled a number of their friends las WednesdayMr Ray and Sill Neal visited Mr and Mrs Rober Lung at Stone last week Womans Age often does not agree with her appearance Pain and Ing add to the years till many women look much older than they really are Many women avoidingpain by the regular use of that ef fectual remedy for women Wine of Cardui keep their youth and beauty hat spoonful TZLe2 Pphdt liss Irs suffer substitute favor Button Mrs Itty mend r Take CAriovi Mrs Annie Vaughan N C tried and writesI was sick and worn out almost unto death My sister finally persuaded me to take Cardui Before I had taken five bottles I was well and StrongTry Cardui It is for wo men Its tonic building quail ties should restore health Thousands of wo Try Cardui For sale everywhere E47 Card n yougently- to givethem Raleigh HER NEW SUIT The only time I really wish I were a man said the girl who likes to talk Is when I have to order my new spring suit All a man has to do Is drop in at his tailors run through a few samples say Ill take that and saunter out Its different with a girl Way back in the winter she begins to wor ry about that suit The color both ers She decides on blue and every body shrieks in horror Blue Why you had a blue suit last year Her brother begins to tell of the handsome suit he saw on a girl down town made of black and white checks He says she looked perfectly stunning and you should have seen her eyes Then her sister vetoes the check because one gets so tired of anything pronounced A gray would be good Then your best friend comes in with a sample of lavender homespun and you long for lavender though you know down in the bottom of your heart that It isnt practical and youd have to buy a million lavender acces sories to go with It and anyhow if you did get it your chum would be madder than a hatter v When you really go to the tailors you are in a very low frame of mind and the world looks dark The tailor is very glad indeed to see you and as for samples ah when once you see his sample books you will lose yourself in wonder and amazement because really there never were such samples as he has this spring You begin to cheer up while he opens the books There are several hundred samples and surely among all of thjjm But hold Isnt there anything but gray and blue samples in the world Have they forgotten how to make any other color He assures you that nothing will be worn this spring but gray and blue Instantly you decide that you wouldnt have a suit of either if it were given you and at the same moment you know what you want You want a light tan and you say so Artfully the tailor shows you more gray and blue till you rise in wrath and shriek for tan Then he admits that maybe you are benighted enough to desire tan and reluctantly gets out some For some mysterious reason a tailor always balks at whatever color rut choose He invariably wants you tc have something else After youve decided on an English crsted you remember that Alice had n worsted and It wore shiny That cuts out worsted The homespuns look heavy and the basket weaves look pully By this time you have a tearing headache and go home with your handbag full of samples and your heart full of bitterness On the way you meet Genevieve and when you tell her where you have been she says My dear Whatever you do dont go to that tailor Why he simply ruined my sisterinlaws suit And tan will get so soiled Your family likewise elevates its eyebrows in pity when you that tan is your choice Each meflitfer infers that of course if you have taken leave of your senses it is sad but cant be helped and each will conceal your affliction from the world as long as possible As for a basket weave horrors Dont you know it will sag and pull and look horrid before youve had it a week Mercy on us When you retire for the night you cry yourself to sleep and wish you could wear a potato sack and let it go at that You dont care if you never have a suit The next day when you wearily say maybe youd better get gray because it doesnt matter how you look any how if everybody else is satisfied your mother asks reproachfully if youve forgotten the expensive tan Panama hat she bought you on your earnest solicitation last year Dont you intend to wear it again this sea son and how play tell can you wear it with a gray suit Have you no con sideration at all for your family Well you finally order a tan suit feeling terribly reckless as you do so There is some trouble over the fact that your idea of a longish coat con filets with the current mode The nearly has apoplexy because he says every coat this spring Is short and jaunty and the fact that jaunti ness does not appeal to you as an ideal state makes no impression on himAfter a battle you win the length of coat you want but you also win the tailors sniffing disapproval After several thousand fittings and fights over pockets jbr no pockets lapped seams or plain seams cloth buttons o bone buttons long skirt or short skirt your suit is finished and sent home but you are too sick of the sight of it to open the box and when you attire yourself in It you somehow do not have that gay and blithsdme cheeri ness which should attend a brandnew outfit Still you look pretty well A little bird is beginning to sing down in your heart as you start out and you observe that the sky is actually around the corner you run into girl who has hated you Oh she saj a How your sea sonbeforelat suit looks all pressed and brushed up Youd never j You dont mean to say it is new Why how stupid of me but I never dreamed of such a thingThats what a girl goes through when she gets a new suit Tobacco in the Orient Use of tobacco Is universal In the orient and the word cheroot and its use come from Madras The fruit cigars seen by Columbus were wrapped with shucks Some Himalaya tribes take the teal of the palassa and with a cunning twist of the wrist make the bowl and long narrow stem of a pipe in the most perfect way Mound City Paints may cost a three more bull E Stbrmet i49 J c positively murmur tailor somewhere bluewhen a well know- It wasntwhat C J 1 i 0 f4 t always corn 1 y r r q WEDDING GIFTS Oh Fred exclaimed tho engaged girl to the engaged young man who had just entered tho hall door Then she threw herself Into his anus and burst into tears Why Kathie gasped the mysti fied Fred whats up Oh Fred moaned Katharine amid strangled sobs Did you ever see anything more hideous in all your life She held up something round smooth and pearly white in color Think of wearing It Think of it Fred Oh of all spiteful creatures girls are the worst Katharine sniffed recuperatively and dabbed a bit of lace upon her discol ored eyes Presently she was in a condition to tell her story The Alpha Zeta girls did it just ba cause it makes them jealous to think that Im about to marry such a splen did man as you They are she insisted as the young man smiled a bit Incredulously Though in fair ness to them I will admit there is tho smallest chance possible of their hav ing actually imagined that Id like this frightful thing You see began Katharine confi dentially as she settled herself com fortably beside the young man when Clara Frazier was married last Juno the Alpha Zetas decided to give her a handsome bracelet And I gave in my little 150 1 who love Clara as 1 should love a viper Do remem ber Fred when you both happened to be on the same train going to Detroit a year ago Of course I know that you were merely polite to her but she actually made so much out of your to her when she told about them that the girls thought you and I were on the point of quarreling Since then Clara and I have kept up a fiction of friendship If we meet as often as three times a day she kisses me on both cheeks and opening her eyes wide inquires Hows Fred Well to get back to Claras wed ding present I was one of the commit tee of three appointed to select the bracelet For some reason or other we put off makujg the purchase till the last day By that time Carrie had sprained her ankle roller skating and Helen had to help her mother pack for a trip to New York so I was left to choose the gift all by myself- I had a perfectly miserable time Fred All the way downtown I jug gled impossible designs up and down in my mind By the time the sales man began bringing out tray after tray of bracelets for my Inspection 1 was utterly confused Of course some of them were dreams There were gay Parisian and handwrought orientals 1 saw a silver bracelet set with tur quoise native drilled and warranted never to fade There was a beauty in rose gold with enamel flower tracings and studs of pearls But did I select one of these Never- I waved aside all the lovely ones and chose a silver beaded affair It was an ugly Wall of Troy pattern set with eight lapis lazulis and three cream jades There wasnt a bit of high light on the article Altogether it was the ugliest bracelet I ever saw In all my this one here- I was ashamed to think what the handsome young salesman might con clude about my intellect so I told him that the bracelet was not for me but for an elderly person of peculiar tastes Of course 25 is elderly and if werent odd she never would have dreamed that she could make that sweetminded Billy Thompson happy for life As I expected the girls all looked rather shocked when I opened the white velvet box for their inspection but though the praises were tame no serious complaints were lodged so the bracelet was sent to Clara Tears were in Katharines voice as she went on Fred we received a wedding present today She crushed tightly in her hand the white velvet box Inside was an Alpha card There were also the same beaded sil ver and the same Wall of Troy with eight lapis lazulis and three cream jades A twin monstrosity to the bracelet I selected for Clara Tears rolled down her cheeks Oh Im nearly through crying she declared but I want to tell you Ferdinand Augustus Milton Stoll that you can just make up your mind to use this bracelet to chain on the cover of the ash or bolt the kitch en door It may do to tie ujp the bull pup As my wearing it She rose impulsively and the white velvet box went spinning across the room The bracelet rolled out and lay on the rug Oh Fred sobbed Katharine as she sank pathetically back on the divan wouldnt you be awfully afraid to marry me tomorrow if I were as spiteful as some girls How Disappointment Feels Yes sir Uncle Eben said to his there are all kinds of dlsr in this world Charley and some of em are worsen others But theyre all jest ways of feelin bad for a minute I guess Bout the disappointingist 1 ever have is when I feel and feel like sfteezin and it wont sneeze That gives you a of how all disappointments feel till you get over Companion The actor doesnt travel to success by easy stages The Part of a Good Man To an evil is base to do a good action without incurring dan ger is common enough but it is the partof a good maui to do great and noble deeds though he risks every Jthing Plutarch The Mean Thing John queried her husbands If some bold bad man were to kid nap me would you a reward Sure thing replied the wifes hus band I always those who Courier I I Fred you attentions perfect always sweetly designs lifeexcept for appointments dIsap- pointment notion themYouths do I I reward o to 7 J Ft Ii Mara can kinder action wife offer dome a favor a t- ti e- F Watch Shaped a Button Some very smart new motor coats have been sent home with tiny watches shaped like a campaign but ton and slippe through a buttonhole worked In the sleeve cuff Thus the tiny watch face Is always visible to the fair motorist and there Is no cessity of fumbling within the coat with benumbed fingers when it Is to know the hour The watch may be also worn in a buttonhole in tho coat lapel but inserted in the cuff it is more easily consulted by its wearer The little timepiece is said to keep remarkably good time though the dial is but half an inch in di ameter Short Skirts The salient features of the smartest I tailored utility suits are a short nar I row skirt which although not clinging below the hips certainly falls in at the ankles while the single breasted lowcut front coats clearly define the figure when not absolutely are inches shorter than they have been for years 1 I I I I i I ncI i I I I I I closefittingand I W Like buff l desirable precisely I I j7f5 L 7 f Etrbl L Funeral Director and Embalmer Ollice Phone a Ilesddclce Phone LANCASTER KY o If y 21 n U t4 b f r rft P3 J tart 11 toZ t I WITH t rf fjJ Ird1 t i tr r J WG C w ry 4ua NrvxLicy 1Lst CiC g y I fOR s C iJS PEICE iIh111 FecCollie I ANi Mi tinG1 lmmtE3 C3 AE IreEED S ISFACXOEY OR MJl E EEl UIIDED ou o R E Store I 1LThiIIAT McRohertsDrug f1 iV FOR SALE yitoya r1i 1 t4 f For Cash or Producer Fresh Clean Eggs 1 6to 16ic Hens 1 i 2c Ducks 10 to i lets Geese 4 to 5cts Turkeys 10 to i2cts received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot Kentucky Fair Dates Madison ville July 19 5 days Henderson July 23 5 LANCASTER July 273 days Versailles August 4 days Danville August das Lexington August 8 6 days Taylors vl He August 9 4 days TJniontown August 9 5 duys ITarrodsburg August 9 1 clays Vanceburgr August 10 days Lawrciiceburu August 30 4 days Shepherdsville August IT 3 days Broadhead Atmust IT 3 days Ewing August 17 4 days Shelby ville August 23 4 days London August 23 4 days Richolasville August 30 3 days Fern Creek August 30 4 days Hardinsburg A ugust days BarUourvMe August 31 2 days Hodgenti l September days Falmouth September 28 1 days Florence September days Monticello September G 3 days Kentucky St t2 Fair Louisville September 32 G days Jrust 7Tt i H L a U UL I 33 Erlanler 244 days 303 G3 G5 EXM 150 CINCINNATI AND Ito 1Tn1iftt mars August t t RETURN SUNDAY July SPECIAL TRAIN 3 Lv A AGqr Fl City s5s ASK TICKET PAIITICULU- St Jt p C Our ijinlc ni k ro invistmens without ample seeurtt we cant aiTonlfo take il fes moderate sure protis are f r better tbn 1 with possible toss of principal It liability bmu t m tlorts fair of interest iervutlrepr nuikes ii hank ntnlr GIw you moreSf y u will aslc anytm br GARRARD JNv TitrsT COMPA S rI Iira hill to tell r ra urge Jdeads rites and co i C NY- c THE NafionolankOf Lancaster Capital 50GOO A R fieMilent J E STOKMES Vice S C DEXXV Cahier J F Usbinsun Cashr R T Ernbry Boolekeeper Sml D Cochran Alex R Dnny A C Robinson John E Stories S C Donnv J Wihiams Surplus lIE X Pre t Ass L Gill W I 320000 DiRELrolcs Having installed a new and upto date ELECTRIC MOTOR PLANING KILL with latest improved machinery we are prepared to furnish you at reasonal Ir prices any kind of Fancy Planing Mill Work Door and Window Screens EU Also Rough and Dressed Lumber Laths Cement on bills promptly CRESCENT LUMBER CO Incorporated Manville Phone UO DANVILLE KY h t THE JV f l 6- b1 c a Kstitn its furnished TtsE iiUB5Icfri the STUDEBAKER Wagon you on the roadi Why arent they split and cracked like the ordinary wagon Because the ordinary wagon hub made frcm coir a wood that splits cracks very easily O T next is whiI aLP pass I andyjfJgW J IY f1lfiV TI 1 O n4 V A tubs arc made from ajcm Elacfc BircF a vary springy tough wood chemically treated with great weather resisting qualities Wezktn birch is used by some manufacturers but it is even poorer than oak It is brahtf anti will not stand Ute strain hubs cost more titan any other hub on the market but they aw stronger and wear longer Another reason why you should buy a Studebaker from J R MOUNT SON CO Capital and Surplus 2600000 OUR MOTTO Promptness Vigilance and PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK Sllid bIer I I I c i OFFICERS Kemper O I Asst Cushier L woods W C FOb Yice G T rill E Pnadcnt Ireaiient v Co liter 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 W 1 1 I f III CANt lqI e WORDS i TO IiIi liZ Ata fa t M r THE DIRECTORS Coy R L ArnoldMarion J VC Wynn IIr4J woods G I g UurrO3 E W Fish n It Guyu Lwoo ls C ginning as well as in the end And our lumber decidedly comes up to quality called best Lancaster Lumber and j Manufacturing Co 111 1i 1t I r N Suits worth S85O and 1000 reduced to 498 Suits worth 750 reduced to 398 We have the above Suits in all the various colors neatly and attractively made in the seasons most de sirable merchandise Our ReadyMade Wash dresses that we have on hand are going very fast at reduced prices Come in and let us interest you in some real genuine bargains Joseph Mercantile Company I i Er ilJ wi argaiasIo Jm IS Ii J 28 15 II I IJ The i I Wash Suits at Josephs I Gossip About People N V N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings lyThose Wt Art Inhrestcd in Dr N M Grant is at home for the vacation from Norfolk Va Miss Mary Letcher of Nicholasvllle is the guest of Mrs E L Owsley Mrs McWuorter of Paint Lick has been the guest of Mrs W S Carrier Miss Lucy Walker Doty has been numbered with the sick for some days pastMr and Irs James A Beazcy are at home aflerseveral days sojourn in Louisville Miss Alice Rlgney left Wednesday for a visit to Miss Birdie McClure of Stanford Little Miss Marjorie Ballou of i visiting her cousins the Miss i es Arnold I i Mrs George D Unbinson and Miss Nancy WaLter were visitors in Tuesday Miss Mamie Bastin is in Crab the guest of Misses Pearl and Clara Collier Mr and Mrs Gabriel Gaines of are guests of Mrs U M Bal lou and children Misses Nannie B Herring and Bes sie Brown left Sunday for a visit to Ilustonville friends Messrs C D Powell and II C Hamilton are in the Falls City for a stay of several days Mr and Mrs R S Brown were guests of their daughter Mrs David Jones of Kirksville Mrs Henley V Bastin attended the IVildsBaskett wedding at Nicholas ville Tuesday afternoon Mrs Joseph Falconer and sonsFore Charles William are here visiting Mrs Jennie West Mrs Elbert Smith and children of Jcllico Tenn are here visiting and Mrs George T Farriss Mrs Sarah Brooks and daughter Miss Mnllie of Orchard were guests of Miss Eela Arnold Saturday Miss Annie Royston of Chicago 111 will arrive next week fi visit her parents Mr and Ms James A Roy stonMrs Joanna Ball has returned from a pleasant stay with her daughter Mrs Ernest Bahon Campbell of Stan ford Miss Sue Shelby Mason is at home again from a business college in Cin cinnati where she has been taking the courseMrs S P Grant and daughter Miss Lelia Grant of Danville came for a visit to Mr and Mrs T J PriceMrs Hugh Hempblll returned to her home in Nicholasville Saturday after a stay with Mr and Mrs W A ArnoldMr Mrs J F Cummins and niece Miss Ida of Stanford are guests of Misses Lucy and Tomuiie FrancisMrs A Elsener and children and Miss Clara Miller left Saturday for Charleston West Va after several 4JY JC lf r Orchard Oklahoma man and rah r Pettus Stanford Danville Senator Monday weeks visit to their parents Mr and Mrs N Miller O U Terrill was in town Wednes day evening Mrs Win Lear was a visitor in Danville Monday Mr Richard Davis of Lowell is visiting relatives here Mr Joe Adams of near Lexington visited his brother Mr Jack Adams Mrs S H Haselden and sons at home after a visit to her parents at NicholasvilleJ of the U S Navy is here for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs 1 W Miller Miss Kathleen Walter was the charming hostess Monday evening at a most enjoyable dance Little Misses Florence and Fay Ac ton are spending the week with Mrs Cotton out in the country Mrs R L Arnold and Mrs J S Johnson have returned from a visit to relatives in Madison county Miss Louise Kauffman came home Tuesday from St Louis to spend her vacated mother Mrs Emma KauffmanMisses Jackson of New York and Tommie West of Richmond are tile attractive guests of Mrs Henly V Bastin Mrs Henry Simpson and little daughter Elizabeth Logan have re turned from a visit to relatives in Winchester and Lexington Miss Martha Kavanaugh quite a number of her youne friends Thursday evening refreshments were served Miss M A Stephens who has been teaching at the D D Institute Danville for forty four years is at home spending her vacation with Mr A B Brown Sr Mrs Booth Thompson and sons leave week for a visit to her fath er at his ranch in Kansas and to Eu reka Springs in the Oz irk Mountains in ArkansasDr and wife and Miss Cassie Miy Burnett and Mrs Bettie Burnett leave this week for a visit to relatives in Lexington Louisville and Suelbvvllle Misses Eizi Smith of this city Sue Brashear of Cyntbiana Mabel Maspn of Richmond and Bettie Rob inson left Monday to take the summer Normal course at Knoxvllle Tenn Mrs J F Cummins and niece Miss Ida Pettus of Stanford Miss es Lucy and Tommie Francis and Por ter Scott Hudson and brother Banks made a pleasant auto trip to Sunday Mason Wheeler age 13 years died at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs John Wheeler at Nina in this county after an illness of bloodpoi soning The interment was in Lan caster cemetery J W Ireland Dr M M Phillips and Russell Brown of Stan ford were interested spectators at the match game of Baseball between the 1st team of Richmond and the Lan caster Independents Fiiday Miss Alice Hetoderson of this city and a very successful teacher won the place over 30 applicants for a fine in the school in Pensacdi Fla for the next term She will leave shortly fur the State University at Va J 5 I arp I entertained I ProC position Charlottesville with her Delightful this Lexington Wm R Cook and sons Robinson and Val attended the Aviation Meet in Louisville last week Miss Minnie Jobnson has returned from Richmond where she has been attending the normal school Miss Katie Lee Denny will enter tain at 6 oclock dinner Friday eve sing at her handsome country home Mr and Mrs S P Buckner and sons Carl and Leslie of Wilmington Ohio are visiting Mr and Mrs A J Rice Mrs W A Price entertained at dinner Tuesday in honor of Mrs S P Grant and daughter Miss Lelia of DanvilleMiss Tinder accompanied her cousin Miss Ann Harmon to Cyn thiana and will be her guest for a few days Mrs T L Broaddus and Miss Sue Anna Lear have returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs T L Wall of Somerset MrJ M Coy and Miss Mary Kate Singleton made a very plensant auto trip to Stanford and Crab Orchard ThursdayMiss Kinnaird will leave shortly for a visit to Misses Sallie Marrs Sparks and Julia Woodcock of NicholasvilleMrs Cook entertained evening fn honor of the Misses Gills attractive guest Miss Marga ret Clark of Cincinnati Misses Elizabeth Scott of Arkansas and White of Richmond who have been guests of Miss Mary Elmore have returned to their respective homes Miss Alberta Anderson entertained the Tuesday afternoon this week at her home on Danville avenue A most tempting repast was offered the assembled guests Mr W J Perkins and Miss Mary Kate Singleton one of our most charming young girls very pleas antly entertained at six oclock din ner at the Gilcher Hotel in Danvilie SundayMiss Jennie Higgins the popular County School Superintendent at tended the thirtyiiinth annual ses sion of the Kentucky Educational As sociation which convened in Hender son Tuesday holding a three days ses sion in that progressive city Tobacco Meeting The Hon B Fort of Tennesee one uf the most speakers in the tobacco and Bradley Wilson who has charge of the pool ing campaign in this district will speak at Paint Lick Saturday June 25th at 2 oclock and at Lancaster Monday June 27th at 2 oclock All tobacco growers and all who are inter ested in the price of tobacco are re to attend Ladies respect fully invited Plea for Toleration Praise loudly blame IL S Parole A D Ford Judge of the Garrard County Court and E Robinson Ceunty Attorney County you and each of yon are notified that 1 will on monthly meeting in August 1 10 nake application to the board commissioners to grant me a and release me from confinement the State Penitentiary Josh Burdett R H Tonilinson Attorney A11a4 I uerite Club were vuested Notice I r th regulr O son p r le Monday Joel movement soft Catherine r J6 We have a beautiful selection and stick of Commencement Gifts Store jj JiHm large appropriate Fribie Drug i Circuit Court News The regular June term of the Gar rard Circuit Court convened last Mon day Judge M C Saufley opened court at 9 oclock and proceeded im mediately to the business of the Com t The following gen tlemen will constitute the Grand Jury for the present term namely Captain T A Elkin foreman B Ray J S Daniels Wm Smalley E P Brown J E An derson W M Sutton D C Sanders Jerry Higgins J A Scott Jack Ed wards Oscar Ray Judge Saufleys instructions to the Grand Jury was brief and delivered in his usual forcible way Special at tention was called to the violation of the local option laws and thejury was told to look into the conduct of all public officers and if these servants of the people were not performing the duties required of them or if they were not conducting the offices hon estly to return indictments against the offenders Attention was called to the loafers who were failing to render to society such work as is due from all ablebodied persons and the grand jury was told by tne Judge to have such persons answer indictments for vagrancy The grand jury upon retiring to their duties began immediately to hear evidence concerning the recent trouble in which several persons were shot near CartersyLle This case will be probed to the bottom by the Grand Jury and the offending parties indict ed No indictments against these parties had been returned before we went to press but will probably be filed in court next Tuesday The gentlemen constitute the Petit Jury C A Arnold Thos Owens Robt Boain Westly Bourne Dennis Scott Abner Hughes J Wade Walker W T Watson W B John W Bryant R M James Speaks J E Ballard Alex Layton Ebb Bently J T Hen ry H D Lee Eugene Rubles Smith Thompson Jesse Doty U G Preston J N Alien Wm Blanks Ben Ham Commonwealth Attorney Chas A Hardin and County Attorney J E Robinson were at their post and bad the Commonwealths business in good shape A reat deal of the Common wealths business has been disposed of for the short time the Court has been in session Sheriff Ballard and his deputies have done their work well having executed most all the of the Court placed in their hands Gib Mitchell colored was given five years in the penitentiary on a charge of unlawfully detaining a and was also given two years an indictment for hog stealing A great number of indictments for misdemeanors havs been tried and judgments had in favor of the during this term The cases of Commonwealth against Gilbert Turner Jr and Frank Turn er charged with the shooting Luther Ray were continued to the November term on account of the illness of Ray He has never fully recovered from the effects of the wound received Case against Luther Ray for killing Creed Turner was continued on account of his illness The case against Andy Broughton charged with the murder of his sis ter Mrs Chas Majors was tried Wed nesday and a verdict of not guilty returned by the jury This has received publicity on account of the mysterious shooting and the of the Commonwealth to who fired the shot thatkilled the woman the husband Chas Majors is also indicted for the killing but will not likely beplaced on trial at this term of Court Photographic Marvels A photographic printing machine recently exhibited had a roll of bromide paper fed in at one end and turned out prints at the other end at rate of 2000 to 3000 per hour These photographs are sometimes used tot When Morality Woe at Lew Ebb In the time of Kiag Canute the elev enth century there a law English parents from selling their children to Ute Irish slave Robinson processes ascertain prepared the magazines MtZ following Montgomery woman upon Commonwealth case wide Inability finished photographic was prohibiting for YOULL FIND IT IK THIS COLUMN Cash paid fo I am standin 100 cash I ly Jersey bull for If L Elkin Nobody KUIRS BourbonSantos coffee but Hagan Just opened a fu h lot df Lowneys Candy 8 tf R Zimmer Try a can o at Curreys wawian pjrie apple tf Try one pound o roasted coffee nrj Cay fresh JfL Hagan The weather i5jf n M bake cakes so buy them from Curey tf J Fresh Lowney andyatZimmers 34tf Phone 199 the grocery line Lee TLrfcer 24tf Be sure and irj ne of Curreyscakes this week r tf Apply at this oflice jMedicated cWclcen tded at Wards ted Cross brand of flou Turner 24tf Highest market pslce paid for coun I try produce e6 Turner 24tf ternor I am tinning No 41 4t be harain the mployment office telephone meat Geo Baker Lancaster Ky House moving and a Best refer 403 16 S 4228t pd Dont forget ttor Cassady Studio when yofa want motographs Across the street from A B Robertson Bros No Colored Fair for Lancaster Some misunderstanding in cost of grounds compels us to ancel Fair for 1910 r To Mammoth July 20tn from and all way regular morning train A great taree fys outing for only 1265 TMis win include the railroad fare also UojJQ at Cave hotel and ad mission to the several routes in Cave See large bills and L N Agent Chick Chick C five cents for cracked can buy food from us consist ing of orn oats and screenings for one dollar and sixty per hundred Burnam Rucker 6244t Millers Paint Lick Ky Independence Day Celebration Monday July 4 1910 at Sycamore Lodge mouth Sugar creek Kentucky river Garrard county Land ofHow Big Fish Fry turtle soup a Burtroo etc Old Parade Parade Song My tis of Thee by one I the services of a High Diver and water walker He will leap headover from the top of a tall tree overhanging the cliff Into the air into water below Dont fail to see this marvelous and performance Remember the date July 4 Lodge Sugar Creek Kentucky Birer Garrard county lards I I I ace J H Baldwin y k Why pay three d rs and thirty er b chicken fee tr the stores when you era wheat I laIty Sol rs Oratory rass Ba String Band MerryGo ound au Lexln o best vocalists cured 100 ft Sycamore Croque is a Try the cakes that Currey sells f s a ands sells W r Fresh groceries at low t ices l forhn iii gin r For S house and I t 1 local d5 rooms also bath goo arden 11 improved tf We handle Ii amous Lee Com o the Pie Sa Saturday af at o park lice aptist Aid ciety Ifyou n ed nd sing specialty Box Telephone Danvil I Danville y g 2t Mo president Jam Williams s y e L aster station on red lldrens of have daredevil R I thought that I had been the Best Flour Made until I tried I knew the difference now Lots of peo pIe tell us this and they mean It too Use one bag of it and you are our cus tomer Ask your grocer Phone 47 and get some Garrard Milling Company I WALTER A WOOD The Best and Most Durable Made JohnDeereBuggies Brown and Deere Cultiva tors See the New Deere Sweep Rake Nothing made like it Standard Binder Twine can be used on all Binders All goods outside the Trusts When in Louisville stop at the Preston Hotel corner 3rd and main New outfit Gobys celebrated restaurant adjoining Good and clean service We recomend this Hotel and Restaurant to our friends in Garrard County J R Mount Son Co Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a day s w MOSSPhone 19O On Juty 1st A change will be made in the style of this firm I am very anxious therefore to have every account on my book closed by that date May I not ask that you do not wait for me to see you personally but call on us before July 1st and close your either by cash or note These ac count must be closed so please spare me the trouble and time of sending a collector to YOUR E JlcRpbcrts Druggist IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII using j t I GLEN lilY flOUR I I it i i t I lllllllllllllllllllllllllnlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt rJ tli fit Mowers and Rates I ifI iii1 I ifir ii1Ii i Off I J t y D Bliders j E Li I t N I c account II r l1 21 t1 r sv Bal nc Our Ice Cream i against any other delicacy and it will be found toexrd all in popular and never tiring satisfaction you cannot eat anything else you enjoy a dish of our ICE CREAM y T Ez1aR JY YAN A1- at others When can sti11 r t u h J1 x Stop in and have some Or better still take some home in a box so the whole fainiih can see how good and wholesome it is Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster Ky i S 5 5 S i i U 1- t Va vSi vli t lba tr Z Lz a Fst Prep 14 17 2 ytr nt Ir wryr inMl 1la 1U14tAf r rtdrfiS ifiil ir t C Farm and Stock Walker Bros sold their firm of 200 acres ti J E llamlln at SHO per acre Keep your hens from straying over on the land of ymr neighbor Be about this if he has any crop growing there Mr JW Wood sold a registered cow and calf and three registered liaifers R Weber and J E Lee of Shelbyville for 450 00 The report from Washiogton in re pard to the wheat crop condition is 80 per cent of a full crop against per cent last June wits III per cent An Illinois poultry keeper uses of hydrogen for the roup pours a spoonful into the moui1 of the chicken affected He is succes lul with both chickens and turkeys Fruit raising and poultry culture are a combination that Is Clot rml frrquenJly found tgelher but ifcis recommended by the government of agriculture An automobile plow now in use in the District of Columbi is breaking 30 acres a day the work of 30 horses It draws a gang of eight plows at a speed of three miles an hour f If fowls must run at on range over a farm by all means keep one breed and give them all the time knowledge and attention possiblo Yuu will have something of which you may be proud and that will profit you financially as well The feeding value of silage is inueb greater than is that of dry feeds and it gives better returns in dams or where fattening is desired This rests much upon the succulence which like natural grass keeps the animal in good health and maintains the vigor of the cow in producing milk or the steer in laying on flesli The silo increases consumption of food which cannot be marketed We get full returns from an acre of silage in manure Silage is saved in putting feed in the silo and loss from tiring moulding and rot of dry feed is than that in the silo It replaces greet grass pastures in winter and in seasons of drouth Its greatest value is shown in dairy lines For fattening purposes it is not so good unless aided by grain rations but is far ahead of dry feeds and being palatable the eats it more readily It is mainly used for cattle feeding but is also a fine feed for sheep aud poultry Jersey Bull Sells for 11000 The record breaking price of 11000 was paid for Oxord Lad of the herd at the sale of tell Jersey cattle held by T S at the Linden Grove farm at Coopersburg Pa Wednesday The purchaser was Mr T S Henning of Shelby ville Ky of Millionaire J B Haggiti the great horse breeder who was standing by her side The disposition of this animal was unique in the annals of Jersey cattle sales The breeding world in general the offering of a son of Golden Sultans Sultana had two of tier get Sultanas Oxford Lad ard Suit Golden Jolly by Violas Golden Jolly The condition of the sale was that both were to be led into the ring and the successful bidder was to select desired Bidding ceased at 11000 with Mrs Henning high Amid the applaJse of 6000 spectators she stepp ed Into the ring and led way the son of Oxford Lad as her choice Another sensation of the sale was the purchase by MS Bcllshever of Irvingtonan Hudson of Gulden Sultana a daughter of Sultana for 83700 the worlds price for a Jersey cow TJie next highest paid for a cow was for Oxford Destinations Queen by J F Middleton of Shelbyville Ky Pretty Names for Children Give your children pretty names there are more than enough ugly oees already Has Good Appetite A baby walrus of six months will cat about 59 of codfish is tho of a 1 e u i 16 T s 0 particular Jersey to T peroxide II department ing large value greater animal Sultanas Coopers Sons a I demanded I t price 7 S2 dt x Liking imp niece in tone 1 1 reC- ord 261 ease day tir Z 1 a be r j f t General News Three persons died from the heat in New York Tuesday Over prostrations were reported Minister Russel of Teheran Persia has informed the State Department that the Persian Government will fl at a 5 000000 loan at 7 per cent ineresl Robert VV Chanler of New York City former Sheriff of New York and Madame Lma the operatic soprano were m tr e 1 in Paris Saturday Judge Ralph S Lalshavv announced at the close of arguments Saturday that he will nol give his decision on Dr B Clark Hydes motion for a new trial The Government has begun suit against the Great Lakes Towing Coin pany with headquarters in Cleveland to unit it from its charter alleging that it is a trust and conducted in re strain of trade The cfw css of a vercliov from Mie BallTngerPinehol invesUptating during the present session Congress are remote The committee Saturday behind closed dour but it was announced at its con elusion no action had been taken To petitions seeking t oust tic j meat packing companies from Missouri in the Supreme Court at Jef Attorney General Major Monday The Armour packing com pany Swift Co and Morris Co will be charged with violating the nn law and conspiracy Leonard Johnson a negro charged with raving killed Miss Mau i Rid Un i a young women near Texas was burned at the stake by a mob near the sceueof the crime late Tuesday night The Gillett bill to permit Justice Moody of United Stated Supreme Count to retire on full pay on account of his long continued illness was pass ed by the House by unanimous consent The Interstate Commerce Commis stun yesterday declined to postpone the effective date of the order fur a re ductlon in sleeping car rates but a lowed the intervent ion of other coui panics in NorthernPulman case The orders arc to be effective July 15 How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff We desire to say that when we took the agency we were that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we moat frankly admit that Ze mo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We pleased to state that we shall con tinue agency as ZEMO has given splendid results wherever recommen ded Our customers like ZEMO too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for ZEMO effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the sk n and destroy lag tie germ life that causes the dis ease leaving the skin clear and heal thy It dues not soil the clothing or liieo and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a booklet on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can be cured at home of any form of skin or scalp diseasesby this clean scientific remedy E E McRoberts druggist I FARMERS COLUMN below this heading is for the sire nee of oar farmer subscribers nnd is for the sale of stock grain and such things ou term as the farmer cannot afford to tisc No notice will be accepted four lines and will be only in two issues of the RECOKD free of charge For handsome oak folding bed Mrs John Wood Marksbury Strayed to my place 3 young sheep Thos Owen I will have on the street every a good and pigs for the highest bidder Frank Bourne Need Care for No One No man is more than he who pay WB y ri this I I Duchess J committee held a me eln I were tiled City by theGreat for ZEMO convinced xteruaT use UUUJlII uall a H dFate SaleA Saturday 4 I couti aalie until June 20 t C Rut are the aeNO etleoKbeoacoeoovo excl ads over sow independent can r K h 4 t n er WOTfS t DrARM If r 1 2 I Salt the cows regularly Get ready to sow the hog pasture Sheep profits are sure and readily obtainable Keep the land free from weeds by burning the Day cows are being bought in Vcr mont and shipped to Iowa Borrowing is poor policy at all times It never cements friendship Watch for and destroy all weeds that appear during late summer and fall Why certainly the machinery should all be under shelter by this time Unfruitful orchards as a rule are so because the soil is deficient in plant food Thoroughbred stockinet only pay their beard but lay up something for the rainy day Winter rye especially a little fur ther south make good early pasture in the hog lot Thoroughly clean and whitewash the hen house this month The clean er and whiter it is the better It wont pay to try to brace up an old tree that blew down during the heavy storm Plant a new tree in its place Ringworm on cattle may be cured washing once a day with a five p r cent solution of carbolic acid until healed A cow at least six weeks vacation between milking I rlods If she Is milked continually she will not last long The poultry industry as no other livestock industry yet the value of poultry products is higher than it has been for years It is of supreme importance that the dairy stock should be handled gently Wild and intractable animals are usually the result of harsh han dUng Where dry extensively fed to fowls they have culled potatoes beets and tomatoes will answer this purpose Twentyeight ago liogs reached the present level of prices The cause scarcity due to a great epidemic of cholera which had swept over the Good garden implements are essen tial for successful gardening Much of the benefit and pleasure derived from work in the garden is missed by having POOl tools The best are the cheapest x Where milo is gr poultry it need not be threshSd Fowls eat it as readily from the head as when it is threshed Milo has a crooked stem and it is sometimes convenient to hang the heads in the chicken house The flower garden may not be as profitable as the vegetable garden hut it will add cheer comfort and contentment to the home The rest and peace of mind by strolls in the flower garden is notijto be with money The condition of the bowels is the best indication of the fowls health When the droppings are more or less hadr a dark brown color capped with white we know the fowl is enjoying the best of health But when they are yellow andWatery Indigestion if not 1ver troubles are the cause There are various methods for poultry houses but the best and simplest is to lel the fresh air come in unobstructed by a rims lin screen Remove the sash and tack on muslin in its place Enough air will enter to keep the house sanitary but there will be no breeze In very stormy L city horses with and cracked and injured have been taken to a their shoes pulled off and turned out pasture and thoroughly cured within six months In fact the farmers the large cities used to find in this animals a cheap supply many of which turned out to be firstclass horses showing that all that was needed was rest on Mother Earth shoes Relief for Headache For headache bathing behind the ears with hot water often proves of immense benefit London Clubwomen Using Tobacco Glorified pipe iSithe latest fad among clubwomen of The pipe used te a dainty Japanese affair known as It has a gold and silver bowl mouthpiece The bowl holds a pinch of tobacco from which seven whiffs be ob f Jd nd if I I I b I pE- r ha I succulent foodmelons the l as tees for compared ventilating dry and i Ot fa o mound without 1 about i O 1 seed shouid bare flourish grains are should ears wn afforded except window even weatherMan hoofs boo ire class of their t Lon gn the and can tamed yr x r 1f EN MIN T I GO J LL letters of tho alphabet The righteous way should choose a But two of them especially Should mind their Ps and Qs A deal of trouble in this world And much that goes awry Could be prevented easily By these two U and I Pauline Frances Camp What a quality a depend able character Is and how necessary that It should be early a part of every childs training The boy and girl who follow up their promises see that they do what has been promised will not lose that commendable habit when they attain manhood and womanhood We are too apt to excuse a broken promise In children and they are apt to salve the conscience by saying I forgot In business and professional life forgetting is a fatal thing very often We notice that the person who much never forgets when his vacation comes or when It Is time to stop work for the day so we natural Iy Infer that we remember the things most vital to us and should train the mind to remember Train up a child in the way he should go and when he becomes a man he will not depart from It is truly muchproven proverb The hours one spends in waiting for the in keeping appointments could be used most profitably In other ways It is a most exasperating habit this one of being undependable Be slow to promise but prompt to fulfill It aft er It Is once given might be a good motto for all of us to learn and There is an old saying something like this Let nothing but death bin der you from keeping an appointment to dine and in that case send an by your executioner Example speaks louder than and the child who sees the fa ther and mother slightingly regard a promise will learn to use his own pleasure In regard to doing or not do Ing the thing promised The Bible tells us that Abrahams faithfulness counted unto him for so we may see what an portant factor It is and has been In the lives of the good the true and the great DOING AWAY WITH WRINKLES Patches of White Tape the Employed by One School Teacher A woman who teaches discovered that in the course of her work she had a healthy crop of frowning scious frowns seemed directed upon net pupils as well as adding apparent years to her Her white nassepartouting tape for the purpose of holding the wrinkles out A whole roll of this tape costs hut ten cents and from one roll an unlimited number of patches can be made Those who find it impossible to these persistent frowning by taking thought will find the patches put on before retiring helpful A little water re moves the patch in an instant The New Veil It originated in Paris but you need not wait upon the pleasure of the the amiability of the clerk to adopt the very and convenient veil for this spring The mesh should be of a coarse silk filet the threads of a gossamerlike exture Beauty without the trip to the oculist is promised But lets go to Hecuba The main point is that the veil is divided in front falling from the turban in straight lines at each side and the back Training the Eyebrows For stubby eyebrows a formula for bandoline is to dissolve two ounces of powdered gum arable In a gill of rosewater add a drop of aniline dye and this may be kept on during the day as well as at night until the hairs are properly trained The price of butter advanced rapid Iy at one time last winter but not quite so rapidly as one man would make us believe He stammers and claims that while he was asking how much butter was worth in a store Ute price advanced seven times Radishes are sometimes started In boxes placed in the south window of the house They may be transplanted in the cold frame or into the open ground in the garden if care is taken with the young plants Transplanting must be done while the plants are young and the roots must not be in moving them There should he a good reason for doing everything It is well to ask yourself for a reason when you do work in the garden Much of the su perstition such as planting when the moon is in a certain position or on certain days would vanish if would be guided by should be a good reason for done in the garden Every farm horse should if pOSe sible be allowed to go without his shoes at least two or three months year In fact It Is hardly essary to shoe a on the farm unless he is to the hard roads or work on the hard soil where he Is required ito do much heavy pulling Without shoes a horses hoof will grow out its natural shape which is always more or lee by conUnupua shoeing a m j sterling forgets delinquent practice excuse precept rIght- eousness 1ud Method acquired effectageI wrinkles Frenchor shipping attract- Ive injured There everything nee horse goon ban Ii 7 0 i cure extremely reason every and Y tr t 1 J s j i a J An Ordinance Fixing the and Plans of Pavements The City Council of the City of Lau crster Ky do ordain as follows First That section 4 of Article 9 of the City of Lancaster which were adopted the 7th day of July 1902 fix n r for pavements he and tile same is hereby repealed Secoufl In lieu of section 4 of said 9 mid as section 4 thereof it is ordiiitmd that all that shall after tile date of passage of this ordinance be constructed or in the City of Lancaster shall unless the contrary be provided in the ordinance requiring such t be built be according to the following specifications and plans Fiist An excavation twelve inches blow the level of the proposed pave uient shall Into this cxca vation shall be placed Hrst crushed stone of sound quality inches and on top of this shall be pluced six inches of grouting composed of jix parts jf crushed kt jiie t part of first quality Portland and over this hhcll be spread the wuarin surface one inch thick composed ol three parts of Portlarit cement two parts of screened crushed stone rqml in quality to Sparks stove and tw parts of clean sharp Ohio river sand The whole surface shall be worker with a trowel and cut intro j blocks of live feet The pivfimit shall be cons ructed on a grade of quarter inch to the foot from the ir rile to the outsi Je edge The saint shall be constructed in a workmanikc manner and tIle surface shall properly mixed and laid well and properly damped and rammed ono tamped firmly Third When anyone desires t build a pavement or is required be built the Street Committee i ed to euipov a competent to establish a proper grade for said pavement and the pavement shill be constructed according to saic esLab by said surveyor Fourth When the pavement cross es any ditch droll or cut where necessary to nuke a 1111 or culvert t maintain the trade of the sidewalk if tin is made it shaili be of good soliC earth and well tamped or rammed i the making of same so as to prevent the pavement settling below the line of the grade It a culvert is made ii should be of tiling of sufficient di meter to carry off the water and wel jointed with c menfc Where there is an embankment the side shall be sloped as much as may be necessary t sustain the pavement in position and make the same safe Fifth Around the Public Square no pavement or sidewalk shall be less than twelve feet wide On Dauvile j Richmond Lexinjiton and Stanford streets from the Public Square to the first side streets therefrom no or pavements shall be less than eight wide All other sidewalks shall be not less than five feet wide Sixth Where a driveway or road way is necessary ny sidewalk and over same it shall be Guilt just as the other Jewaik or pavement ex cept that there shall be two i ches of wearing surface as above described and shall be cut off in six inch blocks All ordinances in conflict herewiLh are hereby repealed and this ordi nance shall be ia force and effect after its passage and publication Passed and approved June 14 1910 U T LOGAN Mayor E W SIcRouEiiTU Clerk LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS I June 2J Cattle flogs Sheep Receipts 00 4150 17 0 Shipments 8 MKJ 49 CATTLE Shippers 0 ii 7 25 Butcher steers extra i 5C 6 7V Good to choice 50 fi wl Common to fair 3 aO5 25 Heifers extra t lCG5 5V GOo Common to fair 3 60 5 00 Cows extra 5 25 5 50 Good to choice 150 5 15 Common to fair 2003425 Canners Bulls baloguas 4 00 4 85 Extra 5CO Fat bulls 5 25 3 50 CALVES extra 8 SO 7 00 S 00 Common and large 4507CO HOGS good puckers mid butchers 0 l l 55 Mixed packers 4030 50 Stags G 50 7 50 Common to choice heavy fat sows 7 sO 75 shippers 915955 Pigs 110 lbs and less SHEEP extra Good to choice Common to fair extra 9 00 9 55 3 8 5 15 2 75 LAM S Good to choice 6 CO 7 C5 Common to fair 450 25 A restless hen answer to as a hatcher early In the season when steady warmth is an imperative condition of success Buttermilk is splendid food for young chickens but care should be taken not to feed too much as it causes disordered bowels In nearly all cases the greater the depth to which the soil is stirred by the plow the more moisture it will be able to store up to nourish the crops For early spring laying fowls must survive the winter in good healthful condition must be fed a balanced ra tion and must be given plenty of air water ami exercise Sunflower seed when led to fowls gives a brighter luster to the plum age when fed in quantities it is a good egg producer but if fed largely fattens too much At the present prices for hay and grain is little margin for the raiser of common stock cattle This means either a decrease in supply raise in price of cattle or else ado crease In price of feed the specl6caUons art ice p 1 yemen ts the pavement J b made I live deep lone smuo h Ont ht I o e ito I grade so it I I I et I I Good choice 11 W I u s iS CO willnever use growing J a fj Specifications reconstructed center t bed is I t sidewalls alum to C i to good i s- Light es e orb 7 q c small there tgffi J J WALKBU President JOHNSON Vice Pest 1l1nL 1 J S i ORGANIZED 1883 I 81TI2EHS RATIONAL SANK I of tvi c iSTJ JTF CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier j W O RIGNBY Aif ishr C D WAIKEI Bookkeeper j J J WAIKKI lit Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garcia Attention IRECTOitS J S Johnson Hi dson J J Walker T 31 Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker A Arnold The N I b i 4 J 1 F C t USED UNIVERSALLY B CO1sTfflGFITSHINGLES iVIETAL WHEX Corlright Metal Shingles were first introduced 24ago you had some excuse f r being sceptical nut now thefactsThey arc used today from the Atlantic to the Faciac for all kinds conditionsThey leak and last as long as building repairsFor apply to Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Philadelphia Pa ANY day that like to know j about the best clothes made a store i tt where nothing but the highest grade Merchan dise is hnndled drop in on us and let us show you some of our 1 fine clothes Theyll interest mr Ie 1 strictly allvaol fabrics and tailored perfectly You will not find any such clothes readytowear anywhere else theyre better than the average custom tailor can make Well sell Hart Schaflfner Marx suits from 18 to 30 Heady for service Jas W Smith AGENTS FOR E M P 30 125000 I Ficinders20 750oo F O B DETROIT We also handle Automobile supplies oils tires etc and keep expert Auto men for repair work If yeti are intending buying phone us Bell 24 and we will have our demonstrator call on you Danville toe Goal Go yea s tIt its Company n trMJ Wdl ffi m fi1 l rrt1Fi ri I in I r HART SIIAPFNBR MARX you re I you h ItEj i Egfrt1llira rEl rrt1 f0 rrt1 fE r A i1 Iii I I II I I I It I t I II 11 IJf fI i1 I II V V Pt PlJ you ti something the Q futomobiies a l I a MAJOR C Owned by R L Elkin Lancaster Ky When you think of building see the Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished j Oanville lumber Manufacturing Co i 1 l J t xi i k s