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THE CENTRALFrom Tie Land of Now PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land oA TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 8 1910 NUMBER no r 1 IIECORJt 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 t 11 l CONN BROTHERS ft t It r Fencer t 4 Dr Pierce will preach in the park Sunday evening There will be no preaching at any of the churches Mrs John Logan the aged mother of I Mrs R L Hubble is reported quite I Mrs C C Brown entertained the Missionary Art and Crofts Society of the Presbyterian church last Thurs day afternoon Hary Owens died at his home at Paint Lick after a lingering illness of tuberculosis The burial was on Sun day at Paint Lick Mrs David Sanders entertained at a handsome six course dinner in honor of Mr and Mrs George Walker and son of Greensburg Ind The Baptist church will hold the Sunday school and regular church services at the court house next Sun day morning July 10 1910 The Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U D C will hold their next meet lug at the home of Mrs Jesse Fox on the Fall Lick pike July 11th I Mr James Hatcher the curteous of the Danville hack has been quite sick for several days and his wife has been driving the wagon Mr C S Sanders who was so injured in the recent fire that consumed his store and contents at Stone Kentucky Is in a very serious condition and his recovery is doubtful The Knights of Pythias will a lodge at Crab Orchard Thurs day night Several members of the Lancaster Lodge will attend as they have been asked to put on some work There will be a big banquent and plenty to eat Fourth of July celebration at Lodge was patronized by some of Garrard counties best citizens Love puce and goodwiil prevailed through out nhe day and all went home happy hoping to live to help celebrate anoth er such day at Sycamore Lodge The famous Coburn Players will give their outdoor productions of As You Like It and The Merchant of Venice on of the State Normal July 14 A number Lancaster people are planning e of this unusual opportunity From the Annapolis Evening Capi tal It is hard to speakwlth modera tion of the two dramatic given yesterday the campus of St Johns In the Coburn Players Annapolis had one of the best treats that have ever been given at the leading universities and leges of the country J I I I f i i f i driver r r f r extremely I t r L r L I L Sycamore r L r I r r the r at o f to adva ta i t performances n Culle f I coI- f Oaks dangerously institute emus school ake Attend The Great At Logans Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits at Half Price Odds and Ends in Mens La 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 Si lS E i Y4jil r 0 f 1S rg Ji0h 0 v cv v v i CUT HI ClOTHING SAl i IIri j4 11 ie 1 i I n if Ii 11i1i i i il I Ji C I i EEi i g t c r I l w 0 0 0I c tai 0ttl tt1 felO I i 0M 4 zj444wV V 2 6 lIC dV1mVCJVlJ C r71rCiVdVG M VsY 0 OtrOALt0 00 t r i tih Death of Prominent Man Chief Justice Melville W Fuller of the United States Supreme Court died of heart failure at his summer home Mo Monday He was a Rood democrat having been appointed to the Supreme bench by President Cleveland In his death the country looses a good and brave man and a wise Judge Preaching at Hubble Elder Sam Pitman will preach at the Hubble Christain Church next Sunday Morning and evening Mr Thomas Elkin who died at his home in Louisville last week of tu berculosis was a nephew of Mrs Sam uel Johnston of this city and besides her he leaves other relatives in this community who regret to hear of his early death just in the prime of young manhood Ray Mrs Wm Ray died at her home in Madison County Tuesday night of ap oplexy Funeral services were con ducted at Buckeye Wednesday after noon at 230 PM by Rev O P Bush The was the wife of our former representaive Mr W M Ray and until about two years ago lived in the Buckeye neighborhood Besides her husband she is survived by four daughters Mrs Henry Arnold Mrs Porter Warren Mrs Layton and Miss Della Ford Ray to whom much sy mpathy is extended A Trip Abroad Shannon Wallace formally of this place now of Noroh Carolina is here visiting friends and relatives Since he was last here in April he has sailed across the great Atlantic and has traveled thro England and Ireland on a Bicycle visiting all the Cities and places of importance and witnessing the elaborate Pageant that character ized the funeral of the late King Ed ward leaving London he went over to Paris then to Switzerland and on to Naples where he sailed for New York landing He tells some very interesting ex periences and certainly had a fine trip one that he will ever have rea son to remember with pride in that he is one of few boys who have the nerve to go on a journey alone and as he did Our New Streets The Haselden Heights Addition is now nearing completion This will mean two new Streets added to our City a continuation of Hill Street and the entirely new Street Curry both of which have been graded and concrete walks placed on either side the regulation width five feet wide Also concrete curb and gutter i to be built from the entrance to the addition The opening of this addition will mean one of the best resident portions of our City and will furnish an for home seekers to have the best building sites secured at reasonable prices and on terms No one of African birth descent can purchase this neither cat it be sold leased or assigned ever afterward such birth or descent and the building restrictions are such as to assure the buyers of this property that this will always be the ideal neighborhood of our City The board of Council have made an appropriation to begin at once the ma cadimizing of both streets Mr F H Medley representing the Bowman Realty Company who has charge of this property can be found at the office of Beazley Haselden at the National Bank and will take pleasure in showing this property and giving any information desired General P Watt Hardin Who will be the next Congressman from the Eleventh District Is a question asked by hundreds every day The democrats of that district are beginning to answer that General P Watt Hardin will probably be their representative in the Lower House at the next congress When General Hardin lost the nomination for Governor to William Goebel at the famous Music Hall Convention he quietly retired and the prac tice of law at Williamsburg and aft the same time to give what assistance to the hand full of democrats in that district as would enable them to put up the best fight possible against the republicans The democrats of that district think that he can defeat the winner in the republican primary to be held about the middle of Septem her Congressman Edwards and Ca leb Powers are the only candidates before the republican primary and the bitterness and determination on the part of these contestants probab ly out rivals all former polital contest in that part of the state It is im possible to guess the successful at this time but from all in formation at hand it is a pretty even fight There is one thing sure that when the primary is over there will be such strife and division in the ranks In that district that it will take master in politics to heal the differences sufficiently to elect the nominee of the primary There have been stranger things hap pened than the election of General Hardin to Congress in that district We hope that the democrats may in duce him to take the nomination and that he may win in Soronto morning Elkin l7th be tv toone took up aspirant apast deceased after dune Avenue new opportunity that a orb republican W B M was entertained Wcdnccday by Mrs J A Aincn the subject being The Call of the West Mesdames Me Roberts and Lear assist ed at the meeting After an interest ing program was rendered the social hour was made quite pleasant by the serying of refreshments The meet ing was in honor of Miss Bessie Bush Louis who has for four years been a member of the auxiliary Mrs Lee Cox of Saint Louis was also an honor guest Mass Meeting There will be a mass meeting of the Citizens of Lancaster and Garrard County at the City Court room for the purpose of selecting a committee of three citizens to assist in investi gating the telephone conditions of the city and county The meeting should be attended by every body The meet ing will be called to order at 730 New Firm Mr F S Hughes formally editor of The CENTRAL RECORD has purchased a half in the retail business of Mr Banks Hudson They will handle coal Hour bran and feed and seed of all kind Mr Hughes is well known as a good business man and his many friends in this County are glad he has decided to go in business in LancasterMr has had considerable business experience having been with Mr McRoberts for several years where he became acquainted with the retail trade The retail business will be operated under the firm name of Hudson Hughes As to the Senior member of the firm we believe every business man in the County and almost every one in this part of the State know him of old to be a man thoroughly equipped for his business therefore we predict success to the new firm Mr Hudson will continue to handle the wholesale business as heretofore Work of Council At a meeting of the city council Monday night Luther Herron was re instated as Marshal and Superinten dent of the Waterworks Those to reinstate Mr Herron were H C Hamilton J W Smith G S Greenleaf and James Hill Those op posing J II Mount and Westley Za none The Body then adjourned to j meet Wednesday night At that meeting the sum of S40000 was ap propriated to macadamize the new street to be known as Currey Mr J M Farr i made complaint to the council that the Bastin Telephone Company had violated Its contract with the City in that it had raised the rate for service to him after used the phone for more than eight years and that because he had refused to pay the rate demanded his phone service was cut out Council j man J R Mount moved that the Telephone Company be denied the priviledge of further doing business in the city but there was no second to the motion Mayor Logan upon the motion of Councilman Mount ap pointed James Hill J R Mount and H C Hamilton a committee to make investigation into the charges made by the Company the service given and report such recommendations as the committee should see fit to make at the next regular meeting of the council This committee will act in conjunction with committee of three appointed by the Garrard County Fis cal Court and a committee selected by the citizens of the county to be named J at a mass meeting held on Friday eve ning at the City court room New Corporation Tqe Lancaster Hospital has incorpo rated with a capitol Stock of 100POO There will be 160 shares which will be sold at twentyfive dollars per share A number of the shares have already been sold and it is to be hoped that all the good ci izens of the town will le interested and take some shares there by getting a good investment as well as helping the town Carpenters are busy day now remodeling the old Tillett property which was bought by the Doctors of the town and by August 1st the building will be com plete and the Hospital will be in operation As yet no definate arrangements have been made as to who will be in charge but it is thou ght that Mr and Mrs D Gulley will move into the building and will furn ish meals to all the patients We do not believe that the Doctors could find anyone to fill the place as well as Mrs Gulley and it is to be hoped that her services will be secured As yet no trained nurse has been selected but she will be first class and will understand her business If this Hospital is a success and there is no reason why it should not be it will mean much to Lancaster and to Garrard County One advantage is that we will have a place to care for our sick in the proper manner and not let them die before they can get to a hospital another reason is that it will keep thousands of dollars in our County every year that heretofore went to Lexington and Louisville because of the fact that we had no hospital Let every one say a good word for the institutson even if you dont care to invest your money 1 At a meeting held last Monday morning the following officers were e lected Dr J M Acton Present Dr Vice President J E Stornes Treas Dr J B Kinnaird iSecty 8 The C L l It of St iut rest HeightsI j hav- Ing every tearoom W Burnett 9 i pm R voting i 3 vQctQtt s a CHAMPION Binders Mowers AND Hay Rakes DEERING BINDER LDEN BROS flftMMER KSTV 9i le o r Deering I I r I I I I Z fZ Z S 4S Il a A I O IE a Iii OGKI ANDs g i TWINE LED Rain or Shine g Julg7 h or Shine I H If you are in doubt about the right road to tame for the best Merchandise Follow the Crowd It will inevitably lead you to theSLEDGE HAMMER SALE at the White Elephant StoreLancaster Kentucky I II I I I 1 J j Now is your chance to buy I I am over stocked and they must be sold Come before they are all gone wB J Romans 8r tP J IS BUGGIESCHEAP1 Jn II i r SI t Yr 1 tfi1 W 3c LA N CAS T E R FAIR The greatest line of FREE and Pay Attractions ever shown on the grounds of any Association BONGO The Great African Wonder ELKIN Secretary JUT 2pmJ ih Wlpz OJoo1 m d vn rIF a r 3 ld f LiPO See i 1Lf FOi Catalogue address R 928thath 2th9 3 i1O i7as a r S fi a YSrliS 5L CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED i ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR from The Land Of Now GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Entered at the Pot GjRcc in Lancaster OF SecondClass Mail Member Ky Press EIGhth District Publishers Lecgue Lancaster Ky July 8 1910 Ratas For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 j For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line v 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONfiKESS Harvey Helm of Lincoln County Extradition and Insanity It is bad enough that there is no effective treaty with Italy for the extradition of those charged with crime In the present Charlton case confest murderer is an American al tho the crime was committed in Italy and Italy will not seek to have him extradited and tried there But as his victim were Americans and he is under arrest here he can and should be tried here so as not to proper punishment That would be a great wrong An effort by relatives is making to show that he is insane and was insane from childhood We need a legal interpretation of The community in great danger from the emotionally insane from those who have a high temper which they do not control who are 11 able to seize the first mallet or knife handy to kill one they are angry with The purpose of punishment for mur der is not to reform the murderer but to protect the people and those whose minds are liable to go mad when angry should be restrained after and it were better before the mur deigns passion conquers reason Most defenses of insanity are cases of expan sion bounds of the definition of People who are sane enough be allowed to go about in society are generally sane enough to be pun ished for their crimes sane enough be deterred by fear of punishment sane enough to try to escape and hide kV latter AssociatiOn- and I I hi insanity i to i tot I i hand escape Insanity r e I their guilt dnd are therefore sane enough to be punished The Our Business- A citizen says that hereafter he want the editor to mind his own Mv dear Christian friend did you ever reflect in your contemplative moments when the moon is beaming when the vhipporviil sings in the tree when the hired man snores hi the loft and the mosquito gets in his work did you ever reflect in such times upon the idea that a paper con taming only accounts of the editors own private business would be apt to prove monotonous to the general pub lie They might stand it for a while but ia the end it would be a thorn in the side and a weariness to the flesh and all that sort of thing So broth er the true editors business is to make everybodys business his bust ness Thats business So theres no use in making a chronic kicker of your self for any one A Weak Argument j Will you have the Blind Tiger or the licence saloon Was the leading argument winch is said to have been made in the in BON ling Green andTVarreu County pnc cd ing the local option election which re salted in a victory fur the Wets If it is admitted that the City war compelled to return to the licciied saloon in order to aid the community of the Blind Tiger it is certainly a reflection upon the Ulcers of the city and county The illicit sale of liquors can not be carried on to any extent in dry territory where the officers make any respectibie to punish the offenders To who believes in local option who is appealed to with such an argument we suggest to them that the local option law be left in full effect but that the officers who are not enforc lug the law be supplanted by others who will do their duty If that be dune the Blind Tiger argument i will be no more I Council Can Right it The question as to the right of the Bastin Telephone Company to charge its patrons who reside in Garrard County outside of the city of Lancas ter exceeding month for the use of a phoue is being discussed by the people generally The contract between the City cf Lancaster and the Bastin Telephone Company which is given in full in this issue provides for the charge dollar per month for the use of a phone to all residents of Lancaster and Garrard County and also for tbe maintaining of an efficient service by Company Whether or not this contract is legal and it is the only right which the Tele r Independent business Ii J appreciable effort anyone one per enforcible r recent camp n dollar tone upon f phone Company operates its business and as it claims the right to conduct its business by reason of the writing Telephone Company has not been doing so it is in the power of the Council and it should see that same is done in the future Graslcc At Creation Did you know That I like work but it is an ac quired taste That the average person wastes too much time feeling sorry for them selves That too many people know a lot of things that is none of their busness That broadmindedness is agreeing with headstrong people when you know they are wrong That a perfect bore is one who irtlksso much about himself he wont give you a chance to talk about your self That a perfect lady is one who ha sufficient self control not to talk about children and cooks That a perfect gentleman is one who has sufficient self control nut tu talk about u e weather aad fishing Th t the perfect girls arc and file perfect boys were never bjrn That most any old anything is found in the vermiform appendix the doctor are getting rich finding money in it That we are great folks to chase a ball when it is rolling and to give it a kick when it stops That germs seem to be lurking everywhere seeking whom tiicy may devour That it Is known that impure water and milk are a source of infection cheese devdopes tyrotoxieon butter often contains the bacilli of tubercu losis the oyster is accused of convey j lug typhoid germs and now to com plete the overthrow of tottering cote fidence the stall of life is assailed and said to contain bacteria Apparently starvation is the only remedy against the introduction of germs vii the foodThat io is queer few heads lay on swansdown at the start and how few conquerors shook a silver rattle That woodeu cradle coarse cotton and a tip rattle have been accompain meets as a rule of the new born t j up the world That Jake Robertson says if there Is anything that he likes better than going to parties it is More That Carleton Eikin is a nice youn fellow but still has to wear a That Willie Fox Logan night from New York and that Joe j i I leII I I I all dead I I I how I I u II I bibbI I 1 destined stir FJaselden left on the rest train Richmond We have heard that Wil fie Fox came home tj join the Masons That the boys and girls are home from school and right glad we to have them and no coming out of a dark dungeon could look happier than they do They remind one of the champagne bottle you cant hoM them down and they oversee ia such a way it makes one want to go away just for the sake of coming back One young man says Oh its that feeling its my town and my people I know in it and every body knows me Thats a good feeling only dent know and be known too well That some of these glad hand artists lire Waller Hudson who says Ken lucky is prettier than California lay Kaullmar who says he is from Missouri and you vi 1 have to show him a liner state than Ky Dan Col lier Eikin who says hot biscuits and good butter looks better to him than cold bread and Boston beans Virgle Kinhaird who says Lancaster may not be bi us Louisville but its a place in which to live Shirley Iliad who says whisper it softly Lan caster even Danville Floyd Swope and Lige Ford both say Lax is alright but Oh my Lan caster Joseph Rogers says Virginia ij the mother state but she doesnt take the place of grandmother That it would be Hard to line six as pretty girls as those which are here on Miss Lottie May McRoberts house party A young lady of this city went into a dry goods store the other day ard blushingly asked the head clerk if le had any of those elastic bands capa bio of being elongated and adjusted at pleasure and used by the portion of mankind for putting arouid the lower extremities of their loco motive members to keep in the proper and the required altitude habilaments of their tibias The clerk is now an a sheep ranch The Prize Fight The great tight is over and the nr gro Jack Johnson of Texas in a pugiistic contest on July 4th at Reno Nevada whipcd James J fifteen rounds thereby rc toning the title of heavyweight champion of the world It was evi dent after the first few rounds that Jeffries was outclassed however some of friends did not give up corn pletely untill the tight was over Jeffries came out of the fight with his face chopped to pieces while Johnson came out without hardly a S ratch Some of Jeffries friends now claim that if he had started in at first with entire force that he could have i j i j r pril I j J r son i ton I f m n leI I p sitirn I J err i I J elf ic I I I I I I I I fc comin ar everybody bet to heat Galveston sin hit 1 r reached Johnson with the sleeping blow in the first few rounds On the other hand men whose opInion on f such rs are to be valued say that Jeffries neyei had a chance and r that the negio could have whiped him at any time ia Jeffries career Some people that this will be tile last great prize tfcht in the and we hope their assertions are Hue for it ii past time that a great civiiz ed nation like curs should endure such barbarism At any rate we believe that this he the last one in the United States however there is no reason why the championship belt should not be f tor outside of the United States Havana for in stance might welcome the spenders and sports and the advertising that results from a large tight as compels the large newspapers to publish al the sporting news Patriotism Patriotism is a sentiment that springs spontaneously in every righ thinking soul This proves i to be more than a sentiment it is a profound principle G1 has established js one of his eternal laws not to love Jones country not to cherish we not to desire its progress in ways is evidence that the heart lacks one or the strongest and one of the sweetest influences of life Jesus taught patriotism and his life was a clear illustration of the duty of the patriot That man is more patriotic who seeps lead his fellow men to righteousness than is the blatant boaster of his love of country whose personal influence destroys character overturns righteousness and prevents justice Our country needs more pure patriots who recognize Gods supreme and who seek to establish his laws as the supreme laws of the land My Mothers Garden Spot I can see it iu the distance Through the mist of oilier years How it thrills my Heart with gladness How it fi mine eyes with tears Tis a land of golden sunshine Tis a sweet Forgetmenot Tis a very vale of sweetness Tis my mothers gardenspot How my memory ever fitful Sees again my childhood days And I hear the merrv laughter with our youthful plays I can see the trees so stately Spreading oer the humble cot But a world of beauty centered In my mothers gardenspot- All along lifes thorny pathway It Has cheered my lonely way It has been my only comfort When my lips refused to pray When I cross the Vale of Suadow Where the sunlight lingers not Fairer buds will bloom in Eden I I mil Lt world competition I whi h i s tare I t J to I Soverignty SelectedI I I 1 Min led r hay gill right alright d I I Because of mothers garden spot I Exchange As The World Sees It Under the caption Turn on the light the New York World in a re cent editorial points out what it re Bards as the imperative duty of the Congress and calls on the people to elect men to that body who will carry out its program The lit of things the World wants doue Is as follows 1 Investigate the sugar frauds 2 Investigate the Panama scandal in the abuse of the great power of the Government to silence the press 3 Investigate taint tixes trust taxes anti billion dollar expenditures Incredible as it ny appear the ap propriations for the recent session are 39000000 more than ever before 4 Investigate tbe relation of and Privilege to the tariff and to the cost of living 5 Investigate the contributions of Protection Privilege and Plutocracy to Presidential campaign funds 0 Investigate the sale of Friar l uds in the Pnilippines to the Sugar Trust T investigate the whole adminis ration of the Philippines and of Porto Rico 3 Investigate the colossal cost and waste of jingoism militarism and including contracts fur bat tleships costing 6ISOOOOOO each Inveitgate work done by the Secret Service under control cf Rome velt 10 Investigate the efforts of trusts and syndicates tj possession of mineral lauds and waterpower sites by illicit means The Use of Crash When heavy Russian crash such a3 is now used for portieres is too nirrow in width hr the use of this beautiful coteries material but just overcast its width together after the manner of the Bagdad portiere You will find no hangiugs more effective for studio and library use than those of softtoned crash and the heavy linen overcast tog down each seam will render then even more attractive To do tho overcasting use the coarsest of carpet thread or a flax that is sold in skeins Crepe Meteor Crepe meteor Is excellent for an evening dress for spring and summer wear Countless perhaps are tilt methods of fashioning this goods for it looks becoming shirred gathered plaited tucked or left severely plaza It demands a showy trimming for rich results something easily supplied in embroidered nets fringes and the like Laces and gold net enhance such It is one material on the with an excellent substitute for its Imitation is beautiful soft and glossy though It shows a poor t Protection I Imperialism oht tin II dont dissuaded from I materials market back- Ing z t r- I The following is the pathetic poem written by Moore concerning Sarah Curran who was banished from her fathers home on account o her unfor tunate love for Robert Emmet a young Irish patriot who was accused of treason tried and condemned to death She is far from the land where her young hero sleeps And lovers around her are sighing But coldly she turns from their gaze and weeps For her heart in his grave is lying She sings the songs of herdear native plains Every note which he loved awakaning Ah little they think who delight in her strains How the heart of the minstrel Is breaking He had lived for his love for his country he died They were all that to life had entwin ed him Nor soon shall the tears of his country be dried tier long wilt his lovestay behind him Oh make her a grave where the sun beams rest Where they promise a glorious morrow Theyll shine oer her sleep like a smile from the west From her own loved island of Catarrh Can Quickly Be Cured A bottle of Ilyomei a hard rubber pocket inhaler that wilt last a life time and simple instructions for cur jug wake a ilyomei into the inhaler you pour a few drops of Uyomei by the antisepiic gauze within and now you are ready to breathe it over the germ infested rnern brane where it will speedily begin its work of killing catarrh germs Hyc mei is made of Australian eucalyptol combined with other antiseptics and is very pleasant to breathe It Is guaranteed to cure catarrh bronchitis sore throat croup coughs and colds or money back Itcleans out a stuffed up head in a few minu tes Sold by druggists everywhere and by R E McRobert Complete outfit 100 And extra bot tie if afterwards needed only 50 cents Breathe it thats all To break up cold in head or chest in a few minutes pour a of Hyomei into a bowl with towel and breathe the vapor MIONACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour beltInn and cures stomach ease or money back Lox of Jets 50 cents Druggists ia all towns catarrh out t remember that cast teaspoonful stomach ills tab sorrow magical is 3 S LANCASTER 11 1 r G ITR T i f t ft i 4- i r4 usI yw a s1 1 i nA GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Phone 181 Satisfaction Guaranteed f fir IS fa Prompt Delivery Fin Want Any We are prepared to fix you up Steam and Hot Water Heating a Guttering Roofing and Repairing We appreciate your patronage McCarthy Doty I Tin and Plumbing Shop S HUDSON HUGHES Succersors to Banks Hudson Retailers of COAL SALT FLOUR FEED and FIELD SEED Solicit Your Patronage i J i 1 i f I i i j V I I I W D 1tA l f COoo OCr I YOU Work Done I 4 2 I I I IxOOO oc CO 1Jft1Ut iI LJ1j J I I I I N 1is y yt i- 6s3sY7PiY if ooV aO BI i I wwvwmtM BOURNE T L Clark made a business trip to TJIicholasvillo Saturday- G R and J S Carpenter are de livering their corn to Becker and Bal lard Co at 3 00 per barrel Lem Teat er bought of G R Carpen der two cows with calves for 7700 Mrs Wm Duncan was her daughter Mrs Loa Blakemanof Pct Iys Lend Sunday J D Pope of Lancaster was receiv ing cattle here Monday at 4 cts T L Clarke sold a load of hay to Will Dickerson at Bryanlsville atS14 00 per ton Miss Maryme Adams of Nich olasville is spending several weeks with her uncle J M McWililams Mr Vest Pence and Miss Amanda Joseph of Marksbury were guests of Mr Otho Montgomery and wife Sun dayMrs Susan Johnson of Burgin is with relatives and freinds here D B Carpenter wife and son were with her parents Mr and Mrs Kee Peel at Wilmora Saturday and Sunday Mrs Molly Fain of Scotts Fork was the guest of Mrs Lem Teater several days recently Mr and Mrs J H Turner of Marks bury and Mr and Mrs J C Turner of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mr J S Carpenter and wife Mr Willie Middleton and wife of Bry antsy ille moved last week to the vacant house on G R Carpenters I place BUENA VISTA Mr Dudley of Lexington is visiting at the home of J L Chris topher Mr and Mrs J J Poor spent and Sunday with their daughter Mrs Ed Ballard of Stanford The Misses of Louisville are with their aunt Mrs C F Ison Messrs R P Ison and John Asking of McCreary spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs R D McMurtry spent Sunday in jSiholasville Mr and Mrs J K Daugherty and son of Lexington are with Mr and Mrs J T Chiistoper Mr John Johnson and daughter Mr and Mrs Win Johnson of Diuvile Sunday i Miss Katie Mae Farley of Bryants i le spent the weeks end with Miss Matt ia Scott M later Deney Christopher and sister nave returned to their home in Sum erset after a pleasant visit with rela Lives Mr and Mrs Chas Smnlley visited rehttiv s in Luwrenccburg last week Miss of is the guest of Mrs II C Chris topher The school at Lynn Dale opened Monday Miss Doulan is teacher Tobacco is looking very promising in this vicinity I grace I I I I Ollli n Saturday I t I I I Katherine McCann vh ting Arm trong relatives visited Lexington r s Summer Floor Covering Our Own Importation Straw Mattings and R ugs Cool Sanitary and Economical The ideal floor coverings for MidSummer Do not pigeonhoie this opportunity COME AND REAP THE BENEFITS Japanese Mattings In Elaborate Carpet Patterns Fancy Nevelty Effects 40 yards per roll Value 1800 per roll price 1000 Value 1200 roll price 750 Value 1600 per toll price 800 Value 1000 per roll price 7oo China flattings Extra Heavy Thoroughly Satisfying as to Wearing Quality 40 yards per Roll Value 1000 per roll price 7oo Value 700 per roll price 500 Value 800 per roll price 600 Value 600 per root price 400 None of the rolls will be cut at prices quoted Short lengths will be sold regardless of cost CREX CARPETS and RUGS made from the tough grass that grows in Michigan and Wisconsin The correct floor coverings for cottages and porches CREX RUGS 9x12 Grecian Border value 1000 price 700 8xio Grecian Boidervalue 750 price 575 6x9 Grecian Border value 500 price 350 GrecianBorder value 360 price 250 3x6 Grecian Border value 200 price 125 9x12 Plain Border value 800 price 600 8xio Plain Border value 600 price 425 6x9 Plain Border value 450 price 285 46x76 Plain Border value 300 price 2 oo 3x6 Plain Border value 150 price 100 44 Carpets in Green Red Blue or Brown 35c per yard 84 Carpets in Green Red Blue or Brown 8oc per yard C P BEOWEE CO Goods Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY nJTlJFL Bro 46x76 Wan Paper Draperies J1LJ1UTiI 1 t yth 1 per summer r o R Carets Furniture PicturesArt t k SS F C Scott made a business trip to Ilarrodsburg Friday afternoon The following horse sales were made last week C C Ruble sold to Rob ert Ruble John Scott to Will Hoi comb of Bryantsville price of each TELEPHONE CONTRACT We print below the contract be tween the BasLin Telephone Co and the City of Lancaster This instru meut of writing is the right of the Bust in Telephone Co to erect its poles and carry on the telephone bus iness in Lancaster and Garrard county It is hereby agreed by and between the City Council of the City of Lan caster and the Bastin Tele phone Company second part the lat ter now luldhitf a franchise for its tel ephone system in said city That the following tariff of lates and charges for said city and for the County of Garrard shall be and are upon the conditions and terms herein stated as follows towii Clause 1 The first party in consid eration of the mutual agreement con ditions and Stipulations herein agree that no person company corporation or association other than the second party shall now or hereafter operate a telephone exchange in said city or al low any arrangements or operate any plan oy which telephone messages can be delivered or sent from or in said city to residents or persons said city or in the county f Garrard The second party in consideration of the agreement conditions and herein is to furnish telephones telephone service to the citizens and residents of Lancaster whether in residences business houses or other buildings at a rate not to ex reed one deBar per month for each telephone furnished and is also to iteep up to its present stile of efficien cy and the second party further agrees for itself and successors that it will not sell or Jsase its exchange or its tel ephone system or its property in said system or the nse therein without the consent of the first party Clause is hereby further agreed for the consideration stated in clause 1 hereof that the citizens and business men of Garrard county with out the city limits shall have tele phone service with the second parties system upon the same terms and as stated in clause 1 as to the citizens and business men in the city that is to say that where phones and service are furnished citizens and business men outside the city and iu Garrard county are to have the same upon the rates and condi tions as citizens within the city This is not to be construed to compel the second party to furnish phones and render telephone service to persons within or without the city Clause is further hereby agreed in consideration of the mutual agree ments conditions and stipulations herein before set out that any viola tim by the second party of the in either the preceding clauses hereof shall kork and be a forfeiture of the rights and privileges granted it herein and shall work and be a for feiture of the said franchise held by ihe second parties and that a viola ion by the first party of its nent made in the first clause hereof hall release the second party from he terms of this agreement but shal lot forfeit the said franchise Shou d this agreement by any means whatev become terminated in any way by the fault of the second party he conditions shall be in every re pect as to franchise service and tar MT rates as at this time and should sa d franchise become forfeited under cr by reason of any violation of this Agreement the City Council shall be at liberty to dispose of the franchise fir telephone service as it may deem best Clause 1 The first party herein the right to permit one other corporation to run not exceeding two Inetalic circuit into the city of Lau caster for long distance service only ind over such route streets and al lies as the first party may designate out the first party is to provide for the limitation of and hereby agrees to restrict such corporation to the conditions and limitations set out in clause 1 hereof such as wiz guard the the second party and its pa trons and such as will be effectual for the purpose The contract between the City Council and such corporation will be in writing signed by the par ties and entered on the records of the City Council A printed copy of this writing is to be kept posted in Bastin Telephone Exchange and in the City Council room Given under our hands this March 17 190- 2Bastiu Telephone Co By A H Bastin Prs City Council of City of Lan caster Ky By R KinuaJrd Attest W B Mason ClerIc Shortsighted Mankind Nature holds out her hands with gifts and we buzz about in the shadow of them wondering why it is so M Skinner Those Pies Of Boyhood flow delicious were the pies of toy hood No pies now ever taste so good whats changed the pies No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver the active kidneys the regular bowels of Your digestion is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric Bit ters of all organs of digestion Stom ach Liver Kidneys Bowels Try them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with health strength and vigor 50c at R E McBobertv 1m 14000 fist part within I stipulations and 2It conditions to said they 3It agreement r illls of darkC private agree except reserves tern brimming boyhood neW s I HARKSDUItr The regular business meeting of the church wil beheld tomorrow at 1030 Miss Sue Sutton was in Danville Thursday shopping Mr Nelson Mtrcee and wife of Lan caster were visiting the home folks Fannie Pollard who has been visiting her daughter Sirs Ella Cecil Danville is at home again Miss America Aldridge is suffering from a nail wound in her Born to the wife of Mr Tom Broadas a girl Mrs Sallie Fox entertained a num ber of friends in honor or Mrs Rich ard McGrath of S C The good din ner prepared for the uccaum was very much enjoyed by the guests Mrs Nannie Sparks Hickman is Mrs Kemper Mrs E izabeth Layton celebrated j her 88 anniversary June 26 h Her children and grand children were pres cut to enjoy the bountiful dinner prepared for the occasion Presents were given Her with a lavish hand and the day viil ever be remembered as a pleasant eve An Experts Cpnion Of Skin Disease A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are with says that in all his expel iesice he has found so hard a disease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recom mend ZEMOas a most successful for the treatment of Eczema skin diseases dandruf pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and calp lie says that not only du its curative qualities make it populir but slsci that it is a clean li quid remedy for external use A great improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions whicn are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used on infants R E Mc will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZJIHO and a booUtt which explains in sim ple language all about skin diseases and how to yourself at home with Zemo HAR3IONY We have a flourishing Sunday school with W M Brewer Superintendent Everything in the line of vegetation has come out almost beyond the peo pits expectations since the warm sea son set in D Faulkner sold a lot of cattle to J E Hammons J C Wilson has been suffering con siderably with rheumatism Rebecca Smith who has been stay ing a while with her brother J C Colett has returned to ths mountains Gipson Carson paid little Clifton Se bastian of Nina a visit last Saturday Rev W M C Hutchins tilled his appointment at Freedom last Satur day and Sunday Avoid Women when Ifcreaieied with a mishap should tale Cardci and preveii the trill ble from occurring In your delicate condition it will save yon much pain slid misery Thousands have trIed Cardni before coifine meat and have Sound it of wonderful benefit SundayMrs ft ot with her sh ter nev r homo Roberts W y Trouble I Saturday Iris familiar scientific remedy Itching cure r Take CARDUI Mrs Fannie Nlchpls Mexico Mt writes last year I was threatened with a mishap and Wine of Cartful helped me more than slay other medicine Now I have a fine healthy boy I think Cardii the West medicine I know of for troubles and I wish all suffering wo ei would try it- CefCardui Soul everywhere female E 41 Coal FOR SALE Cheap For Cash or Produce Wanted Fresh Clean Hens Ducks Geese and Turkeys at highest market price Just received a load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot j I I cat URNorThcott Eggs S j I 5 a g i I I Our methods are safe and conservative The Iureof large profits does not induce us to loan en or invest in doubt ful securities If Jon want to feel that ycur money is safe we solicit your account GARRARD BANK TRUST Co I I 0 S THE National Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 520000 A R PENNY President J B STOHMES Vice Prest- S C Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr- R T Embry Bootkeeper DIRECTOia Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormed S C Dennv J L Gill WI Williams DEC Y J J WALKEK President LETS PUT OUR Heads and Togetheran- d figure out how much the lumber you need will cost you We are always ready to assist you with our advice and experience Youll find our estimate of what you need will prove III II if I a The IVlan Who Signs TheChecks wants to know that money to them will be ready when they are presented the pay JUJVruUTJJlUJll JVr I Is Uncle Sams Pride THE Sllll Floor and ours also The Perfect Flour a scientific product of the most approved milling methods The bread rolls cake and pastry it yields are 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 I Ifoodsthe E WtNWllAlN NUWJUUI J S JOHNSON Vise Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RiONsr Ass1 1 Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper J J WALKER Ju Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Htdson J J Walker Alex Gibhs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold Automobiles AGENTS FORE M P 30 125000 j rianders20 750oo O B DETROIT We also handle Automobile supplies oils tires etc and keep expert Auto men for repair work If you are intending buying phone us Bell 24 and we will have our demonstrator call on you i Danville Ice Goal 60 i ilia L T M Arnold ill II II III I F III I I II I itl ti I l i i Is I ample for the job but no For our lumber does not cut to waste and we do not attempt to stick yott for a quantity than you need Think it over Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co II more Larger I Rtw SS SS GO TO HENRV DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street for Japs Hair Tonic Williams Skaveisg 25 years of experience Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY Office Hours Office over 8 a m to li 1 p m to 1 Stormcs Drug Store Phone Co DENTIST Lancaster Ky Jersey Bull Henij Simpson 804 Season 1910 J W S W E E N E Y H J County Surveyor Office over F O Hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references oooOgCc I CARDS I IIUIIU UU Cour b6c2 Cucouooe JICI 801JIouinJ Razlrs a Specialty INSURANCE B F WATER TIN LEY W T 1 i i t J PIZONE1J KING y W Morrow Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed At K Denny E L DENTIST II Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky1119tf DR Wm BURNETT Physican and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store KcMdence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 c MMM o eg o ocec Gut Flowers of QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms 011 low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone Office Phone 89 J E Robinson IAWYEI CftUNTY ATTMNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Mens Garments ILtts Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fe W Faulkner fflgr KILLTHE COUCH tm CURE THKLUNCS New Dfecmy I J I I a J I II I II I I I J 9 DryCleaning WItH Dr lilts I I E a I It aid t T c rIce seiNe pius JL B MtKobexts Drug Store I t Ni1ImATuL1rLt QUAAZ1UD8TZPAOO1o TOBACCO Makes New Record Prospects For Ovor Billion Pounds This years crop of tobacco in the United Slates will not be far from 70 000000 pounds greater than the crop of 1909 and thatbioke all previous Tile nearest approach to last years crop in sze was that of 1899 when according to the Bureau of Sta tistics of the DepartineLt of anti Labor there were the Uuitd States l10Is69 acres from which the production was 868112 8C5 pounds valued at 56987 902 Ac cording to tile same authority last years acreage was 11803000 and the production 949357000 povnds val ued at 95719365 This aaea is per haps too large bj 50000 acres as that of Kentucky is reported at 420000 where it could not at the most have exceeded 370000 The returns this spring of the acreage planted last year as reported to The Cincinnati Enquire of last Wednesday show an acreage of 305440 This still will leave the area planted in 1909 stand as the record to that time 1131525 and make the production about 940958f400 lbs rile crop o7 1910 has been planted practically everwhere The are the area panted is about 121 9877 acres from which not less than I0u0000000 piobablymore pound of leaf tobacco should be harvested An other year of extension of this indus try and the tobacco production of this country should be well established the 1000000000 pounds murk This is the conclusive to b drawn from the canvass just completed by the Enquire in every tobacco produc log state Of any importance To make this as accurate as possible every tobaccoproducing county in Ohio Indiana and Kentucky was can vassed by Enquier correspondent There are about 40 countries in Ohio the same number in Indiana and about 100 in Kentucky in which tobacco cul ture is carried on a commercial basis There are numerous others where it is grown on a small scale that is in patches exclusively for the per sonal use of the growers But such small patcher make but little compar ed with the great aggregate The to bacco area of these three Ohio Valej states is the greatest tobacco lied in the United States or in the world The acreage of 4954 25 is almost one half that of the tola tobaccoproducing area of the United States It is the great3St burley Meld in the woild and outside of the territory produces other types ot such excellent quality that they are sought for by the manufacturers of Lhe highest grades of smoking chewing brands in all parts of the woilJ Whatever may be said of the poaiing crusade and without discus sing its merits its cause or it ulti mate concequences is cannot be de nied that it nas increased the market price bf those types of tobacco whose growers entered tile pool although done at the sacrifice of one years co rake burley alone the price of which got as low as 8 cents a pound a few years ago The first pools forced at advance of the price until in 19C8 il old for 15 Cents a pound and at close jf that an aviagee market qujta ion of 150625 per hundred for the whole year In January 1909 the average was 1825 This was the highest point reached in average al though some lots of high quality soid much above that figure In March the average was 817 50 per hundred and that was maintained until tht end of the year The crop of 1909 however had been so enormous that it became impossible to hold the price internal troubles developed in the pool and various rival interests a rose In January this year the aver age fell tj 19375 and for February and March it only 1550 Yet this is far above what growers re alized five years ago and gives them a good profit on their crops Harrods burg Herald A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklens Ar nica Salve earths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boils soresof all kinds chapped bands and lips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25c at B E McRoberts 1m Pretty Sunsets in Cities Some modern artists claim eon trary to general belief that the sunset colorings are to be seen in the cities owing to the dust in the air The open country however the greatest sweep of the sky Rev W H Bryant filled his ap polntment Hope Sunday Ben Sipple returned from the mountains last Friday and will begin his school on Sugar Creek the llth School began at Union the 4th with Jesse Baird teaching for his brother S L Baird Mrs Florence Cormney and Mrs Josie Bogie visited A C Baird and wife Friday Mr and L Baird visited Mr and Mrs W H Furr Sunday- F L Wileford and familyvisited at Geo Elams Sunday By the request of Rev Wm Bryant load Hope church contributed by subscription and collection 3585 to aid in the building of the Cartersville Baptist church house N L Willeford bought a sow and 5 pigs at Lancaster Jast Monday for 30 and sot the sow so hot driving that she died Rev Baird will fill hIs regular appointment at Good Hope next Sat iwby and Suaday y records Commerce planted- in acres Indications garden producing burley yearhad ides was eczema prettiest affords atGood MrsS C r r beyond combined and FILAT WOOD A LOWEST RAILROAD RATES EVER GRANTED TO THE SOUTH Announced for the Exposition Unprecedented Southern Show to Be Given at Knoxville Tenn September 12 to October 12 The Appalachian Exposition to at Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 of this year will get the low est coach excursion railroad rates ever granted for transportation of visitors in the south This rate of approximately one cent per mile has been authorized by the Southeastern Passenger association which includes all the railroads in the southeastern territory of which the Appalachian region is a greater part The splendid rate concessions which the railroads have made the Exposition assure its success In point of attendance as thousands of people will visit the great event who could not do so were the rates not so remarkably cheap This is a great concession which the people through out the Appalachian region will The exposition being espe dally designed for the states of this region Tennessee Virginia West North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Alabama and Kentucky they will be splendidly represented in the attendanceThe rate tickets will be on sale on Tuesdays and Thursdays the exposition period Upon oth er days a rate of one and onehalf cents per mile will be granted Coach excursion tickets will be sold from all points within a radius of 250 miles of Knoxville on Tuesdays Sept 13 20 and 27 and Oct 4 These will be limited to five days of date of sale Coach excursion tickets will also be sold from all points south of the Ohio and Potomac rivers and east of the Mississippi river on Thursdays Sept 15 22 and 30 and Oct 6 Limit on these tickets will be eight days in addition to the date of sale Tickets at the rate of one and one half cents per mile will be sold from Sept 10 to Oct 12 inclusive final limit of ten days not to exceed Oct 18 The one cent per mile or coach tickets will not be good for transportation in Pullman sleepers being confined to coaches exclusively The one and round trip tickets however will be good for any part of the train from smoker to Pull man sleeper Some of the rates on the coach from the point of selling to Knox yule and return are as follows Wash ington 1075 Richmond 945 Memphis 870 Cincin nati 640 Atlanta 380 New 1245 Jacksonville 1120 St Louis 1255 Augusta 720 Charles ton 1080 Chattanooga 222 Bris tol 262 Nashville 436 Detailed information as to rates from any point may be obtained from H F Cary general passenger agent of the Southern railway Washington D C or W A Russell general pas senger agent of the Louisville Nash yule railroad Louisville Ky of the Appalachian Exposition Arnstein building Knoxville Tenn The main lines of the Southern and L N railroads reach Knoxville and through trains and direct connections with other roads from all points on these great systems make fast time into Knoxville The railroads are already making extensive preparations for ad ditional equipment and trains for the accommodation of this exposition busi ness It is confidently expected that at least 350000 people will visit the exposition during the four weeks of Its duration Now that such unprece dentedly low railroad rates have been granted the attendance may be even greaterThe Public Comfort department of the exposition is planning for housing and feeding every exposition visitor as Knoxvilles homes will be thrown open as well as its many large and new or remodeled hotels One hos telry of 100 rooms has just been com pleted and opened and another of more than 150 rooms is nearing and will be opened before the exposition period MARBLE BAND STAND FOR EXPOSITION The Appalacian Exposition to be held at Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 next will have a band stand that will become as have the two great bands which the exposition has engaged for the month This band stand will be a beautiful structure and an exhibit It will be built of the many varieties of marble that are furnished by the great quarries of East Tennessee high foundations and ten large columns constructed of sawed blocks the floor being of polished pink ana white marble The size of this stand the most pleasing effect The marble for this band stand will be furnished by quarry and mill companies of Knoxville which will also make displays of marble and marble products in the main building o the imposition Candy at Aternoon Tea The Cunarders serve broken bits of butterscotch candy along with tie aft ernoon tea aboard ship Cores for Electric cables with hemp cores to take up the strain more evenly are a Swedish invention One of Those Good TnlnQC Why are you so sore on the em neat magnate He has done some good things Ml WM OM oftfceM Pitt burg Pot v y Appalachian beheld exposition Appalach- Ian appreciate Virginia during tickets excu- sive excursion onehalfcent basis Norfolk 1105 Orleans famous octagonal extensive Cables I 1 ir 1t S 1 I everyday completion APPALACHIAN hay- Ing H Music at the Big Appalachian Exposition 1 The management of the Amusement Committee of the Appalachian at Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 seems to have been thor oughly awake to the importance of having everything the best and in music for the Exposition they were guided by the idea alone of the classes as well as tho masses and In securing Webers Cincinnati Band and Brooks Chicago Band they have certainly struck the keynote of success and the finest music ever given at an exposition will be heard during the holding of the Appalachian Exposition The Louisville CourierJournal speaking of Webers Band says Never have the people of Kentucky known such a band as Webers which played at the State Fair Not only for excellence and proper musical in terpretation or for the qualities of each musician to turn himself into a bird calliope or a whistle but for good humor indefatigable work and cheerfulness with which they responded to requests for encores did Webers Band make itself famous Brooks at Plttsburg- A quotation from a letter received from the manager of the Plttsburg Ex position verifies the foregoing by the followingAll who visited the exposition turing the season will remember with many a thrill of pleasure the hours through which they sat entranced to the always wonderful music of the Ellis Brooks Band On every hand could be heard such exclama tions as Is this selection better than the last Is it possible anything could be sweeter Can it be that those instruments are but wood or silver and the performers only men Lessons for Farmers at Appalachian Show Possibilities of Making Farming Pay Without a Money Crop It will be one of the objects of the Appalachian Exposition at Knoxville Tenn September 12 to October 12 next to demonstrate to the farmers cotton planters and to the world at large the possibilities of making pay without dependence on a money crop such as cotton and With this end in view a great agricultural display building will be constructed which will hold exhibits from the mountain portions of the eight States included in the Southern Appalachian country Persons not acquainted with the Blue Ridge and connecting ranges of mountains have little conception of the forage feed and fruit potentiali ties of this region Buried gold speaking lies waiting for the men earnest enough and energetic enough to dig for It Art Exhibit Chairman Branson Discusses Plans of That Department Lloyd Branson chairman of the Art Committee in speaking of Department of the Appalachian sition to be held in Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 said The management has granted the Art Committee all that has been asked for and the committee is alive to giv ing the people a display the like of which has never before been seen in the South All the artists of the South will be represented but It Is not to the Appalachian district alone that the Art Committee Is looking they mean to have some notable that the public read about from the big places The public has Its favorites as well as the art profession They are not always the but the province of expositions Is to give the whole pee ple something and this the Art of the Appalachian Exposition expects to do At the Cotton States Exposition there was a splendid of gathered from all parts of the world yet the people clamored for the showing of Parting of the Ties and it was gotten there after the exposition was quite half over and proved a drawing card So with the Appalachian Exposition some pic tures and some one particular pic ture that all wish to see will be on exhibition The public will from time to time be kept informed as to the work in progress It is too early now to give out any definite state Bent of the pictures to be secured securing pleas- Ing general listening I I farming tobacco I I metaphorically J Expel pictures pictures general same Committee exhibition pictures I Exposition Main Expo Building Commodious Structur e Stands on Elevation Overlooking the Pretty Lake The main building of the Appalach ian Exposition to be held in Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 next stands on an elevation the upper lake of the ex position grounds A wide driveway extends along the lake front and to the building are formed by three flights of steps two of them twentyfive feet and one fifty feet wide running from this driveway over that add much to the natural beauty of the location The building is ISO feet wide and 230 feet in length two stories ghing about 30000 square feet of exhibit space The lower floor will be agricultural products and that will be made by the cities and towns the Southern Appalach ian region The upper floor a section of which rests on solid ground a ter race formed in grading the site will be filled with exhibits of all kinds from heavy machinery to the most delicate art work In appearance the main building will surpass in beauty of architecture and finish the most costly exposition building that has been erected in this country It is built with a view of housing permanent ex hibits and is therefore superior to any temporary exposition structures The horticultural and womans build ing the forestry building the cattle and live stock and pet stock building and other buildings are being arranged for Exhibits of the Big Show Will Come from the Government States Various Counties and Progressive Cities The Appalachian Exposition to be held at Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 next not only Is attracting attention ct the coun ties agriculturists and but the government has recog nized the Exposition and the Naval War Agricultural Horticultural and Forestry Departments and Smith sonian Institute will have exhibits Among tha exhibit from the Navy will be shown models of the following battleships and cruisers Vermont Mississippi Tennessee St Iouis Olympia and Nashville The exhibits from the other will be elaborate and entertaining Assurances have been received from the states of North and South Caro lina that they will have exhibits bf their resources at the Exposition It is more than probable that Georgia and Virginia will also be represented- A number of cities have already for space Including Augusta Rome and probably Macon and Atlanta Ga Asheville Charlotte and WinstonSalem N C a number of Tennessee and probably a large number of Virginia cities The num ber of applications for Information and space from states cities and coun ties has surprised the management of the Exposition EXPOSITION WILL BE INVESTMENT That the Appalachian Exposition at Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 will be a profitable investment is now assured beyond a question of doubt The selection of Knoxvillo for the holding of this meritorious event is most judicious The wealth of her re sources her tremendous business as well as geographical position and the fact that it is the center of a large population that has not had an exposi tion of education means a brilliant outlook for the artistic as well as financial standpoint for this event It is a fact worthy of note that within a radius of 50 miles of Knoxville there is a population of 425000 within a radius of 100 miles of 900000 within a radius of 200 miles a population of 6000000 and within a radius of 300 miles a population of 10000000 pee vIe The transportation facilities of the trunk lines leading into Knoxville and the affiliated lines are capable of rendering the most efficient service This added to the great interest that is being taken by the railroads means that success is bound to rebound to the work already inaugurated Barns and Sheds for Lire Stock No fair ever held In this country arranged such extensive and attractive accommodations for live stock as have been planned for the Appalachian to be held In Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to 12 next The horse barn will be a fine exposition building and the stalls 250 In number will be movable so that the building may easily be converted Into a hall for other attractions such as bench shows after the first week There will be a thousand feet of live stock sheds built In the most approved style under the direction of fair people East Tennessee the Hay Hog and Hominy section of the South with adjoining famous bluegrass regions and mountain grazing lands can and will furnish a horse hog and cattle show that will make this feature of the Exposition the greatest success of the kind ever known south of the Ohio Knoxville overlooking approaches f Appalachian mineral- ogIsts Department departments instructive applied Columbus PROFITABLE Exposition act experienced furnish terraces displays A When you think of building see the Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished i t lumber i i l jOI I Danville ManufacluiingCo1 Q es Q L 4 L 1 T C Poultry MenAre Coming From Everywhere to the Appalachian Thousand Coops Ordered for the Big Event Most encouraging reports are in from everywhere concerning the great Appalachian Exposition poultry show to be held in Knoxville Tennessee October 5 to 12 Already the judges have been selected and when a poultry man sees the choices made by the Poultry Committee he smiles and says A good bunch It is true that no better selection could have been made than Judges Dreven stedt of New York Wittman of Pennsylvania Marshall of Georgia and Owen of Tennessee Judge S T Campbell treasurer of the American Poultry As sociation has been chosen to conduct the Poultry Institute for three lays during the show and this alone that It will be a drawing card Some of the ablest lecturers In the United States will deliver Illustrated lectures on this occasion among them being Robert B Slocum of the Department of Agriculture Washington D C Mr Horace Atwood poultry expert of the Vest Virginia Agricultural Station and Mr J G Halpin poultry expert of the Wisconsin Experiment Station Others will be invited Over 2000 In cash prizes will be awarded at this great poultry show The exposition will offer a 50 silver cup and over 100 In cash prizes to every state in the Appalachian namely Tennessee Georgia North Carolina South Carolina Vest Virginia Kentucky and AlabamaEvery member of the poultry Is enthusiastic over the coming show J P Swift of Waynesvllle S C says I will do all in my power toward getting an exhibit of the best birds in this section Dr W C Cleckley president of the American Exhibition Game and Game Bantam Club Augusta Ga writes Several of our boys will send birds and I have some future prize winners coming on that I expect to bring Am looking forward to much pleasure In coming to the exposition J Gaylord Blair Carlisle Ky state vice president of the American Buff Plymouth Rock club says I will do all in ray power to make the Kentucky exhibit as large as possible John H Good secretary of the Poultry association Louisville Ky writes I wilt take great in doing all I can to make the poul try and pigeon department a great I have a matting list of 1000 names of breeders and fanciers in Kentucky that I will mail Thomas S Meek secretarytreasurer West Virginia branch American Poul try association Wheeling says I will be very glad to aid In getting a good representation from this state The following is a list of the of the poultry committee of the Appalachian exposition This list is a guarantee of the great show that will bo given at the exposition- L B Audlgler chairman J B Hen derson J C White E E Carter R P Williams W J Fraser J A MurkIn Nashville J J Jennings secretary Mrs S C Bridgewater DIxon Springs Tenn C O Harwell Atlanta Ga W C Cleckley Ga J P Swift Waynesville N C B S Home Keswick Va T S Meek Wheeling W Va A K Kees ling Huntington W Vn C F Ward Winter Park Fla L C Marsh Miss C T Fallin Greenville S C C H Dozier Marion Ala W H Hofferbert Gadsden Ala F L Smith Lexington Ky John H Good Louisville Ky J G Blair Ky Location IsAn Ideal H Hardwick Passenger Traffic Manager of the Southern Railway says of the Appalachian Exposition which is to be the notable event of the present year in Knoxville Tenn from Sept 12 to Oct 12 The Appalachian Exposition Is of the triumphant class Situated so Knoxville easily attracts the people of this whole country This beautiful section of surpassing of farm and yield of mind and of industry so many people here engaged in gainful pursuits with no drones no idlers The very location assures success Beyond all this the Southern Railway and its associated lines and connections which means practically all the railroads In this country are going to put on excursion tickets for this Exposition at such low rates and operate such attractive as to make everybody ashamed to stay away Within a radius of fifty miles of Knoxville there are nearly 400000 people within a radius of 100 miles nearly 900000 and within a radius of two hundred miles about 6000000 people Knoxville thus possesses an ideal location as a center of for a large population adjacent to her own borders the greatest number of people In attendance upon any exposition are drawn from the near territory And although we shall bring many people from fardistant points all over the United States yet It has been our that the average distance for exposition travel Is 175 miles Still Knoxville Is ao favorably situated that even If this were the maximum of the average distance there are enough people within this radius to make the Expoaitioa a great auc ExpositionFive coming means Experiment Agricultural territory Virginia association Kentucky pleasure success literature- to members Augusta Washington Car- lisle Ones fertility reward service attraction Immediately Naturally experience instead ceIL favorably Value of Tbis Great Appaladuaa Exposition Will Stimulate Trade Marm ntz Opinions Bring New WcaMfc Industries Vigor and New Idea The Appalachian Exposition for Knoxvllle Tenn Sept j 12 to Oct 12 next more than all others that have been held will bring in contact and for mutual benefit the different grades and class es of humanity There will meet the economist the law maker and the of the the poor and the freedman the inventor and the one who constructs the invention the projector who conceives and th capitalist who vitalizes the and the customer the artisan th manufacturer and the artist will all meet there on one common plane The first Idea that occurs In with this great Exposition is the valuable thought of the tendency to stimulate trade that it encourages local traffic is unquestionable it will be of widespread Importance to routes It will be a potent factor In withdrawing money from de positaries and placing it In free ch culationFrom a social standpoint this Expo sition will act In the harmonizing of opinions it will circulate Intelligence and awaken a search for knowledge and Information It will bring to Appalachian territory new wealth new industries new vigor and new ideas it will open up the wealth that Is In the bowels of the earth and will lay open to capitalists Investments for their surplus wealth and will homecomers and homeseekers to a great and undeveloped section unequaled In wealth and climate Agriodtml Exttit At the Appalachian Exposition Wilt Be Greatest Ever Seen Says Chair mar J A Jones of Committees J A Jones of Concord Tena chairman of the Agricultural In speaking of the agricultural exhibits for the Appalachian to be held at Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 said i If the other departments ofT the are In keeping with the exhibit then this will be the greatest event the South has so far witnessed We have front eight counties Tennessee and two in Georgia and hope to put In one or two front Virginia North and South Carolina We want every county In Tennessee and for that mat ter the Appalachian territory to be represented Among the many prizes we want to call your attention to the followingFor best most diversified and most artistically arranged t agricultural display made by J any county In Tennessee Ken tucky West Virginia Vir j ginia North Carolina South Carolina Alabama and Georgia flOOU For the next best as above TOG For the next best as above 500 For the next best as above tOil Individual Farm Exhibits For the best mOt diversified and mot artistically arranged col lective individual agricultural display all products to be raised by exhibitor 300 For the second best as above 200 For the third best as above 100 In addition to this there e a large number of prizes of every for everything that is raised in the Appalachian territory It will be a wonderfud revelation said Mr Jones to the public to see what is raised in the Appalachian territory and I believe it will be a great factor In the future development of re BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR EX HIBITORS The Appalachian Exposition to be held at Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 Inaugurates a new era In the history of this see tion of the SQuth and furnishes an opportunity for the business men of this section to reap the vast fruits of this great business enterprise that In the near future are destined to de velop the richness of the mineral and agricultural wealth of the soil and of this great section Merchants from all parts of the country are alive to the great advantage to be derived from an exhibit at the Exposition and all should promptly arrange to make exhibits POULTRY BUILDING In order that one of the largest and most profitable Industries of this of the South may be properly the Appalachian Expositioa at Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 has under construction an exhibit building for poultry that will from 3000 to 4000 birds This Is not a cheap or temporary structure but an exposition building of great beauty and one which would serve for any class of exhibits The size Is 160x209 feet of superb architectural design It wilt be finished In staff and wilt ccupy one of the most prominent lo cations on the exposition grounds The Poultry Committee which Is formed of leading poultrymen of the country promise the largest and best show ever held IB the Pnnth It f t I statesman the soldier the politIcal I administer law white I I connection transportation the attract agricultural Committee Exposition exposition agricultural applications- now in i I if r f jt t t sources Jit I t section represented have announced shopkeeper hidden description climate WHY NOT HAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED lOW BMILEY lb IASELlm j Office NatioBal Bank fLancastu PIIe 31 I I We fully realize that if a great business is to be built up in any line it must be built in the Clear Light of day with clean hands and honest metheds open and above board No great success endures long on Mistakes or Misrepresentations We think if your Merchandise is worth selling at all it is worth selling for what it is and YOU reap the benefit by buying with us Remember for every dollar you spend you receive a dollar in return NO CHEAT and NO FRAUD We are showing our entire line of Spring Stuff at a very great reduction in order to make room for our enormous FALL LINE furnish all with real live genuine bargains that are not to be had on sale in Lancaster Every Day is a sale with us All we ask is a look before you buy You will the benefit The Joseph Mercantile Company I 4 i ij AI II i 1 and can i C 1 reap I J r II s ill I L The RealJAghtI I 1- Gossip About People Ne Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings J Goings Ly Those Vz lire In Mr T L Wall of Somerset Monday Miss Mattie Lee Hubble is in ville visiting friends Mrs M F Gaines is in the city of Lexington visiting friends Mr J W Miller was in Mt Vernon for several days on business The Haselden Brothers were in liar rodsburg Friday on business Mrs W A Price Is recuperating from a recent spell of illness Mrs Jenuie Is visiting her sister Airs W D Gooch Mrs Wm S Eikin of AtlantaGa is here visiting Lancaster relatives Littleton Rice of Cynthiana is vis iting Mr and Mrs J W Sweeney Mr Waller Hudson of San Angelo California Is here for the summer Mrs Howard Rice left last week for a visit to Mrs Mary Rice of Boyle Miss Fannie Bishop is at home after a visit to friends in Lincoln county II Campbell of Ya has joined his family at Mis J K Wests Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson were weekcud victors in Fayettescapitol- Mr and Mrs George Robinson are with oils Rebecca West aud family Mr Charles Davis left Tuesday for a trip llirougut Georgia and Tennessee Mrs W A Arnold and Miss Jennie Lackey were in Danville Sun day Miss Gallic Adams was the guest Sunday of Miss Eliza Rucker of Paint LickMrs A F Sanders is at home after i yisit to her mother Mrs Taylor of MadisonJames Slaughter Mihan of Danville has been a recent guest of Master Jos eph Ballou Miss Catharine Case of Wilmorc ar rived Tuesday for a stay with Mrs Nat com House Miss Susie Hilton was a visitor this week of Mr and Mrs Thomas Cherry BrodheadArch from Memphis is with his parents Mr and Mrs Ste phen Walker Mrs Mary M Taylor left Saturday for a months visit to her daughter in Barboursville Wm Fox Logan of New York City is here mingling with his many Lan caster friends Miss Gladys Frisbie is in the Falls City visiting her little cousin Miss Margaret Hughes Mrs EJ Price has been a recent visitor of Dr and Mrs Samuel P Grant of Danville Mr and Mrs Ernest Bohon Campbell of Stanford have been recent visitors of Ball Misses Edna and Martha Kavanaugh are in Richmond with their cousin Miss Tommie Francis has returned n Dan- A Lawrence I r Rev visitors MrsJoanna I Miss Nauml J saassaaes r was here r 1g Y 4 T Ii R t if 4 11 I Ballew from a visit fo Mr and Mrs George Ballew of Richmond Mss Birdie McClure has returned to her home in Stanford after a stay with Lancaster friends Mrs Wm Hays of Stanford is a pleasant visitor at the home of Mr and Mrs J A Beazlej Mrs Sallie Marat has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Grant Trambo of Frankfort Mrs Annie Walker leaves shortly for a months visit to her daughter Mrs John Cotton of Danville Mrs Mattie P Frisbie is at home after a short stay with Mr and Mrs W C Price of Danville Miss Mary Gaines of Stanford is the guest of her little cousins Joseph Bal lou and Claud Mrs Eiizibetb Gordon of Terre Haute Ind is visiting liar parents Mr and Mrs J W Puwphrey Misses Bertha and Stella Sanders have returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in Madison county Misses Margerlte and Anna Lee Woolfork of Lexington are visiting their cousin Miss Sue Anna Lear Mr and Sirs Jake Miller and little son of West Virginia are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs N Miller Misses Sallie Euruam Woods and Louise Rice of Paint Lick were guests of Miss Mattie Adams Satur dayMrs Sam Higgins and children and Mrs Joseph Donlev of Somerset are visiting Mr and Mrs L C near Hubble Mr Lary D Jones wife and have returned to their home in Monticello after a visit to Mrs Belle BurnsideMiss West and Master Thomas Campbell have returned home from a visit to relatives in Lexington and Paris Mr and Mrs W O Burke and little son Lucian Sanders Burke of Silver Creek have been guests of Mr and Mrs D C Sanders Mrs C C Brown accompanied her husband Rev Brown to Junction City where he preached Sunday mor ning and evening Messrs J Lewis Gill Geo Harris and Dr M K Denney were in Lex ington Monday to hear the Jeffries Johnson light called Mrs E H Smith and little of Birmingham Ala came Sat urday for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs S B Henry Mr and Mrs John Johnson and left this week for their home in Louisville after a stay with Lancaster and Garrard relatives Miss Ida Potts who has held a good position in West Virginia came Tues day for a stay with here sister Mrs David Prather and family Mrs Robert Brewer and interesting little son Robert Walker Brewer of Chelsea Oklahoma are here for a vis it to Mr and Mrs Joel Walker Mr and Mrs R H Batson were in Stanford Sundav to see their little daughter Cecil who is visiting her grandmother Mrs J H Hilton Mrs R E Hughes and little daugh ter Margaret Elkin have returned to their home in Louisville pleas ant stay with Lancaster relatives Rice Gaines King I daughter aftera 1 children children Miss Anna Miller of Covington who has been visiting Misses Anna and Carrie Miller left Tuesday for Rich mond where she has entered college Miss Annie Margaret Elkin leaves this week to be with the Misses El more who are guests of their uncle Mr Charles Alexander of Versailles Mrs Anna Walker of Hunington West Va and Baker Walker of Nich olasville were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mrs W O Rigney and fami ly Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford Forest Wylie of Georgetown and Modell King of Lowell were week end guests of Mrs R H Batson and sisterMr George B wliig of St Paul Mr and Mrs Geo Walker and son Charles and Mr Wilbur Rice of Greensburg Iud were here last week visiting Mr and Mrs Alex Walker Miss Sallie Elkin district manager of the C W B M was in Stanford Saturday for a special meeting of the Young Ladies Circle which was held at the Christian church Mrs Fred P Frisbie entertained Friday evening at a handsome din ner in ihonor of a number of friends and relatives her grandmother Mrs Ann Walker being the honor guest Messrs E W Morrow S C Denny Frank Marksberry R L Elkin C Dave Walker and several other Gar rard County people were in Danville Monday to hear the Jeffries Johnson fight called This week has been a gay one in Lancaster society The six voung la dies who constitute the house at the beautiful home of Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts are all attractive young ladies and the young people of Lancaster are glad to have them here as has been shown by the entertain ments given in their honor On Monday night the Misses Mount entertained at cards and had a fine time The Maples the beautiful home of Mfcs Sallie Elkin was the scene on Tuesday evening of an Elfresno tea The young people arrived at Miss Elkins about 5 p m and before lunch was served each young lady was required to write a poem on The American Flag and some very pretty and interesting ones were read The prize was awarded to Miss Eugenia More and her poem read followsWe from the Rustic fountain From the fountain of vigor and youth And we sure do like these Maples Oh my Aint that the The young men also bad to do some thing so they were set to work making flags and Mr Sherley Hudson took the honors by making the best flag About nine oclock the young people left The Maples all wishing that some day they may again attend an other such affair at this beautiful home and with such a charming hostess On Wednesday evening the young men gave a dance at the old Mason Hotel and it reminded some of them of the good old days when dances at this old place were frequent The young ladies went out to see Miss Nancy Walker Thursday mor ping and will be there until Saturday On Friday all the young people will go to Crab Orchard springs for supper after which there will be a small dance at the Springs hotel The party will Saturday and we hope the young ladies will all like our town and our people party- everyone truth- break up I 1rIDm1 We have a and stock of appropriate Commencement Gifts Frisbles Drug li 13 t beautiful selection lame Store BUCKEYE Dr G M Hendren was in Nicholas ville last week MrandjMrs R I Burton were in Richmond Monday Dr J S Gilbert has returned from a visit to Taylorsville Pearl Dickerson of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs J W Brown Miss Agness Miles has gone to Louisville for a visit to relatives Mr and Mrs Oscar Franklin have been visiting their uncle Dr J S GilbertMiss Cordie Bruner of Jessamine is the guest of Mrs Mary Dickerson and family Mrs G M Hendren visited her daughter Mrs Howard King at Bue na Vistalast week Mr and Mrs Mal Carter and chil dren visited Mr and Mrs Roy Sanders at Nina last Sunday Mr and Mrs Huston Gulley and family were the guests of Mr and Mrs Raymond Ray Sunday Mr Hugh Miller of Oklahoma and Mrs Walter Davis of Sulphur Well visited Dr and Mrs G M Hendren last week Work 24 Hours a Day The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength languor into energy brainfag into mental power curing Cosstipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malaria 25c at R E McBoberts 1m PUEACHEKSV1LLE Mr John Bell and wife were visit ing at Goshen Mr S D Carpenters new residence is nearing completion- Mr Phil B Thompson bought some hogs of Mr Robins at 8 cents Mr James Hays of near Crab Orchard is in this vicinity cutting wheatMr McGInnis who has been suffering with rheumatism is some betterMaster Graden Cress of Quail Ky has been visiting his cousin Joseph Cress Mr Robert McAllister the Drakes Creek farmer has the neatest looking hedge fence in the East End of Lin colnMr George Durham who lives in Chicago is visiting his brother Mr Thomas Durham and family at Whites Mill Frank Perkins colored shot him self accidentally in the foot with a shot gun the entire charge going through his foot Mrs James Bigsby who is at Dr Spitlers Sanitarium near Crab Orchard is Improving her many friends will be glad to know ONLY ONE BEST Lancaster People Give Credit Where Credit is Due People of Lancaster who suffer with sick kidneys and bad backs want a remedy that can be depended upon The best is Doans Kidney Pills a medicine for the kidneys only made from pure roots and herbs and the only one that Is backed by cures in Lancaster Heres Lancaster testi mony Mrs B F Walter Hill St Lancas ter Ky says I never fail to praise Downs Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity 1 have not been without a supply of this remedy in the house for years and whenever my back lame and painful a few doses bring prompt relief For some time 1 suffered from kidney trouble The kidney secretions were unnatural and judging from this I knew that my kidneys were disordered At that time it was my good fortune to hear of Doans Kidney Pills and Iprocured a a t Frisbies Through their use my kidneys were restored to a normal For sale all dealers Price 50 cents FoeterMIlburn Co Buffalo Hew York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name and take no 2t Master kidney become Doa t t r J DrugStore condition other 1 R YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Try the that Currey sells The star shoe at cost 7Stf B L Hagan I am standing nay Jersey bull for 100 cash R L Elkin Just opened a fresh lot of Lowneys Candy R Zimmer The weather i i too hot lo bake cakes so buy them from Currey tf Fresh Lowneys Candy at Zimmers 34tf Phone 19U for anything in the grocery line Lee Turner 24tf Be sure and try one of Curreys cakes this week tf We handle the famous Red Cross brand of flour Lee Turner 24tf Try one pair Of star shoes they are going at cost R L Hagan 78 tf Highest market price paid for coun try produce Lee Turner 24tf Pure country cider vinegar at 40c gallon R L Hagan 78tf For Sale A nice ice lox with all the fixtures in perfect order at a great bargain Apply to Mrs Mattie Duncan 792L WANTED A few more cattle to graze splendid grass and plenty of Water Apply to Dr W Burnett 782t Lancaster Ky Wanted Wlite Oak Logs write us for prices Will also buy Standing Timber and White and Red Oak Lum berLouisville Planing Mill Hardwood Flooring Co Louisville Ky 784t Examinations The examinations for white teach ers and appointees to State Universi ty will be held in my office July 15 and 16thThe examination for colored teach ers will bead on July 22 and 23 Jennie Higgins Co Supt To Mammoth Cave July 20th from Lancaster and all way stations on regular morning train A great three days outing for only 12 65 This will include the railroad fare also board at Cave hotel and ad mission to theseveral routes in Cave See large bills and L N Agent6244t Chick Chick Chick Why pay three dollars and thirty five cents per hundred for cracked chicken feed from stores when you can buy cracked food from us consist ing of wheat corn oats and screenings for one dollar and sixty per hundred Burnam Rucker 6214t Millers Paint Lick Ky Notice Notice is hereby given that all per sons against the estate of PfcilioJ aiton will present them prop erly proven to James Dalton Admr AH persons knowing themselves to said Philip Dalton will please come forward and pay same at once This July 5 1910 James Dalton Admr 782t Important Notice The Lancaster Building A Loan Association has renewed business and all persons owing interest or dues are notified to commence paying same to the undersigned on Saturday the 9th of July 1910 and to pay on eacb Satur day thereafter at the Canard Bank and Trust Company in Lancaster KyRL Elkins Sect 782t Per Salt About 150 Dales of hay 1 maid and horse horse colt 1 slide tl yearling cattle 1 fat rialeraey heifer 2 sows with about 250 fence posts 1 Nol3e ey milk cow and 1 six year old combined harness and saddle all at a bargain 7146 Geo Y Conn brand f 34 tf I I J l 1Yearll Ii r 1v c f n cakes f the tai indebted yearling mule head co pigs are r I thought that I had been using the Best Flour Made until I tried I knew the difference now Lots of peo pIe tell us they mean it too Use one bag of it and you are our cus tomer Ask grocer Phone 47 and get some Garrard Milling Company WALTER A WOOD 3 The Best and Most Durable Made i JohnDeereBuggies iia Brown Deere Cultiva 1 tors 1 See the New Deere Sweep Rake Nothing made like it Standard Binder Twine can be used on S all Binders All goods outside the Trusts 3 When In Louisville stop at the Preston Hotel corner 3rd and E main New outfit Gobys celebrated restaurant adjoining Good 3 and clean service We recomend this Hotel and Restaurant to J our friends in Garrard County 1 J R Son Co Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a day w MOSSPhone 190 On Jufy 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 wit ask that you do not wait for me to see jou personally but call on us before July 1st and close JOur ac count either by cash or note These must be closed so please spare are the trouble and time of a collector to you E flicRoberts Druggist 11111111111111111111111111111111111111 i I I t tt oie your tt t i i i i ltlllllilllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt r lWrtffifrri Eigll iI8fiJ1i J Bin r Mowers and Rates fI and 8 Mount Blg I i I account If GLEN LILY FLOUR M this and r 1 1 j r J i P RI i cc G X t J7 S vtJ5 cmCw ream against any other delicacy and it will be found to excel all others in and never tiring satisfaction ZUhen you cannot cat anything else you cnn enjoy a dish of OUT ICE CREAM h tlYJt l- V t1A LtK4 K1 NA llI 1A rA rA ErE1 I Popular still f Stop in and have some Or better still take some home in a box so the whole faimily can see how good and wholesome it is Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster Kyi- WKSKssttvswiraiw CRAWFORD BROTERS Consisting of 40 high bred regis tered cattle and six high grade cows AT LEBANON KY Beginning t one oclock p m sharp Jersey owned by Crawford Brothers will he sold This includes the magnificent herd of pure St Lamberts reserved from our sale last fall Added to these will be a number of great dairy cows purchased last winter to re tain our milk trade Also e nine horse power Hagnn portable Gasoline Engine and one portable Wilder Wimlwind Ensilage and Fodder Cutter For italouue write 3H a n r1C l r i tg 1i trtt j fir goSSO M ttl Ert t J fi f1 fir tB r a tt B D a fa OF J t bflPS R f 1 fCC RSB Thursday Jnly 14 1910 leery r tL t2 t wAy tjL L 1 r fy ti I c 1 j1tNlYJl lt1 YAl1 trlr l I qti a iz E l TR- l Yrfr P r c rt t r r I Crawford Bros I I JJp 1 Farm and Stock The simplest way to feed lime to bogs is slacked in a trough with ashes and salt combinatioh Sow more rape to have pasture later it keeps growing until winter as the frost does not kill it Dont keep food before hens contin ually make them work An idle hen is never a good layer The Emdorf farm near Lexington raise 325 acres of tobacco this year and will lead in size of crops rats ed by one man A R Denny sold to Jos Bayles of Madison 45 head of export cattle be delivered in September at Cc They will weigh about 1450 Ibs Moderate work is not only harmless but beneficial to mares in foal It certainly is better than keeping them tied up in the stable or allowing them V run out at large with other mares or horses Dout turn the calf to the trough with cows and steers and It to get a proper amount of feed It will toe fought away while the older stock devour the portion it should have The high quotation of 87 50 to 8075 j for lambs in the Louisville and market a fortnight back brought out a flood of lambs old and young and market was soon broken down R B fluey of Boone county his MOD crop of about 36000 pounds of tobacco to the Burlington pool warehouse the past week where it will be prizri Some of it graded as high as twentytwo cents a pound Many horses are ruined by being put to work too young and worked too hard before their bones are properly hardened and their joints sufficiently strong In this imacure condition the young animal is not able to bear and severe exertion If you have a piece of corn land that you intend to hog down sow a bushel of cow peas to the acre in front of your cultivator at the last plowing Turn i i your hogs at roasting ear time and watch them leave the corn for the peas and make four cent pork with four dollar corn Probably the highest price at which export cattle have sold in a I VUird of a century was received last J I I will I lot teed I I I r t Y r I expect Chicago the delivered constant Bourbon 1 5 I LEBANON Kentucky week when W A Thompson a prom inent farmer and livestock dealer of North Miadietown sold to II S Cay wood for delivery July 5 a bunch of 51 herd of 1500 uound cattle for 1 cents a pound Farmers Home Jour nal June and July are the most trying months in the poultry yard as at this time hot weather begins and wo inclined to take things easy let the poultry tike care cf itself We forget that the weater to be changed at least twice each day and that the house and yard should be cleaned up every day also Ue sure the high prices do not tempt vou to sell the females as they will be worth more as early layers this fall than they will be worth in the market now Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable neversay die kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold cough or disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dout lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers It masters stubborn cohls obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma hay fever and whoooing cough and is the most safe and certain for all bronchial affections 50c 100 Trial bottle free at R E Mc Roberts im LIVE STOCK MAIIKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS July Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 2jnv 3HH Shipments 17 ecu J3i CATTLE Shippers 157 15 Butcher steers extra c 2oj 75 Good to choice 5 500 15- Common to fair 3 a 5 25 Heifers extra 600 C 10 Good to choice 5 2r Common to fair 3 00o 00 Cows extra 5 v 50 Good to choice 4 5t5Common to fair 2 oo j Canncrs 2 003 Wi Hulls haloguas 3 75 i 50 Extra 4 75 Fat bulls CALVES extra jj 7 OP 9 K and large 4 id7 00 HOGS good packers and butchers 35 40 Mixed packers 25g 40 Stags c 25 7 as Common to choice heavy fat sows 7 CO 8 CM Light shippers 9 CO 9 C3 Pigs 110 Ibi and less 9 25 9 03 SHEEP extra 425 Good to choice 3i 04 10 Common to fair 2 00 3 25 extra r 8 408 40 Good to Choice 7 00820 Common to v 4 00 C CO aud- I needs Satisfaction remedy Ij lOG 6 0 2i 5 5 50 p N f u u lair s 1 I 4 arC- all lung a i C ooc Fair to good Common 9 0 0 LAMES REPORT OF THE OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business June 30 RESOURCES Loans mid discounts J18rir v Overdrafts secured and unsecured 4Wtt 01 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc WO 00 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 0000 00 title from National Hunks nut Ke serve Acents 1205 71 Due from State anti Private Ranks and Hankers Trust Companies mid Saving Hunks nil 00 Hue front aiuirnved reserve scent IS 8T1 7 other cunh items Trfi 7 Notes of other National Banks 00 Fractional paper currencv nickels nndciit 19 LAWFUL MOSEY UKSKKVK IN HANK viz srr2 Legaltender notes J 170 DO 13022 oo Redemption fund with U S Treats urer 5 per emit of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL LIARIUTJES Capital stock paid In 50000 00 fund 2500000 Undivided prolits less expenses and taxes 252 21 National Bnnk notes outstanding 50000 On Due to other National BIIJIKS ll JO Individual deposits subject to check iTlieti tt Certified Cheets s i 70 Notes cud Hills Redlscounttd 13irS o Reserved for Taxes 1 3TATK OF KnXlUCKY JOtKTV OF GUIKAUH S3- J 15 F Hudson Bier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above stute uncut is true to the best of my knowledge and belief R F IHnsoN Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July 1910 S C Notary Public Commission Expires January 25 1012 COBKECT Attest LEWIS L WALKER i J S JOHNSON Directors J JWAIKEK REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTItE XpAifUmUjlHL OF ICY AT RESOURCES Loans nud discounts 151210 Oil Overdrafts secured njid unsecurod 2581 Si 1T P Iloiuls to secure circulation nOWO 00 Bond svcurltuw etc 22VO 00 ISaukiiiclionscinruitureniid fixtures 7000 00 Due from National lot reserve iigeiitd M 3t Due from appro vert reserve ascents ItiWT 11 Checks ami other dish items 35 00 Notes of other National litUiRS WO 00 LAWFUL MOSEY KCSMH viz saltender notes ta 30 5100 CO 12U32 rilemptiou Fund with Treas urer 5 Total LIABILITIES Capiu stock paid in 50000 00 us fnud 20000 03 Undivided jirolits less expenses and taxes paid r 0 00 National Bank Sate Outstanding Wwm ii Individiiii deposits subject to check Iil2t tvt Reserved for Taxes lOl 51 1 S C Draw Cashier of the above named baik do solemnly swear that statement is title to the best of my knowledge and belief S C HKNXY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of July 1910 W O Rijniey Notary Public My Commission expires Fob 17 1Jll CoKKrcr Attest A C KOHINSOX J E STOJIMES Directors J GJII lloportol the Condition Trust Co conducting n Bunking Business and u Trust Company Hostiles lit Lancaster County of Garran State of Kcniicky- AT Tin CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON TILE 30th day of True 1910 ItKSOUKCES Loans Discounts with one or more endorsers or sureties JHUOlii Jl Mortgages IH5 a 00 Call Loui H on Collateral Time on Collateral xxi CO Oilier Stocks Bonds life Due from National thinks Due from State Banks anti Inited States and National Bank Notes Checks and other cash items ai5 21 Ksclmngc for Clearing house Overdrafts secured 5ir 81 Overdrafts unsecured 2S1 sci Taxes Hi Current Paid Wi sj teal Kijtatcliankhig House 8000 CO Other Heal K tate Furniture and Fixtures S 0 K Other Assets not included under any of above heads LIABILITIES Capital Stock cash of is invest cd for the Trust Business of this Company requir ed in Ken rocky Statutes 50000 00 Surplus Funds r00 0- Uidivided Profits iOJi Ul Fund to pay Taxes Deposits subject to eheckon which Interest is not paid exclusive of Trust SIS S3 Time certificates of deposits on which is IJs 4- 5fninvested Trust Funds on deposit Certified Chucks Cashiers Checks outstanding 801W is Due National Banks Hue State Banks and Bankers Due Twist Companies Notes and 2riOO CO 25CCO 00 Bills Unpaid dividends not includ ed under any of the above heads 1578 2C 25 State of Kentucky County of Gurrard Set I J W of the above nnmcd Bank do solemnly swear that the above state meat is true to the best of my knowledge and boner J V Elmore Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this Oth day of July 1910 My Commission Expires January 29th 1912 D A Thomas Notary Correct T J Price II T Logan Directors W R Cook Much Money Spent on Rivers To keep the rivers of the country free from snags and other impedi ments to navigation the government maintains a fleet of 30 steamboats and spends 500000 a year I I I i OF THY I Citizens National No2SQE 1910 Cheeks mid t 70 i i i lIt i I TOTAL 171 I i I f Nol1D3 l LANCASTER I i Th Close of Business Jnne 30 1910 i I i I I i auk 5 i Fractional bS 11 1 HK f l 11 U S t cir ul1ltioI1Lh 2500 10 I 2 t i lIr i I r i Toth I TTEF KTUCKY CourT t the thoye 1 I 7 1 L I OF rIm I Garrarcl Bank lath sad Luaus I CO Specie 7J 11 1i Js Total 157810 I which iII 2111 01 TotaL r I II tIIIl lCON Dank y I is al- i il71 10- s t 116 D nay r1 i i ecic 51 i 72574l1 nFGArtAUpss 4 S Rest Estate 12n3161 vai o Bankers Due frotu Trust Coutpuuies 900 8 61x01 17510 6505 1 205 21 5478 91 2 inln 1 Attest N- r i 1 GET THE ESSENTIAL FIRST THING TO BE CONSIDERED WHEN SHOPPING Certain Articles Must Be Provided and the Accessories Will Follow Most Suitable Frocks for the Young Girl The young girl who cannot afford too many changes will ho well if she has a dress in a pretty wool of sonic sort a pongee or tailored cotton dress and a little topcoat in the new short length Of course there are other things to be desired shirtwaists hats and the dainty neck fixings now so essential to a smart after all if the big things are accomplished the little ones come somehow So in her buying let the ambitious appearancebut doling supplied one plece mother look first for the garment that cannot be done without and then do her best to match it later on with the needed details Often in this way the necessary fixings can be had cheaper for prices drop when the season is on the wing and there is al ways some chance of never having the needed garment of importance if the minor thing is bought first The little frocks of pongee or Rajah silk supplied for young girls lend themselves in combination with any and everything but though colors may go with them according to Mine Mode the soft yellows of such respond most beautifully to black or cream The onepiece frocks which are really two pieces a bodice and skirt joined with a stitched belt are often made with a front fastening that goes from the neck or bust to the hem of the skirt the waist open over a removable chemisette or a yoke and the sleeves are mutton legs or bishop models is scarcely a drop at the front of any of the waists though the old blousing fall over the belt is talked about and this tautness of the bodice and the skimpiness of nil the new skirts for young girls involves a very moderate amount of material for the average dress In coats there are lengths that vary from the hip to a drop that may distinctly be called threequarter but a long narrow opening of the front of tin coat is a feature everywhere and so if the collar is not shawlshaped the rovers are of the smallest Without a doubt wash materials make the prettiest frocks in all cases for little girls from the baby ages up to seven or eight and into the new styles for these small persons there has crept a simplicity which is all but severe There is not a flounce any where unless it is one that forms the entire skirt such as may be put at the bottom of a slip garment with long bodice cut while the little Mother Hubbard dress and the kilted Russian one which are both so easy to snake are as much as ever to the fore for the tinier totties The neat semifitted coat shown Is of a sort that would be needed all summer long if the garment were In n suitable lightweight material and not too darkly colored Summerweight covert in a very pale tan would be ad wool canvass which would be needed In the mountains or at the seashore It could also be of any of the stout linens or duck or cotton suiting ma terials which are used for coat suits with the back of the collar and cuffs in a contrasting color and round bone buttons to match the trimming For size 16 4 yards of material 27 Inches wide will be needed or 2 yards if the stuff is in a 42inch width A Boudoir Cap Do not say are without one ol those filmy little head coverings which are considered so smart this year They are guaranteed not to make you look old or grandmothery and are charming confections of ribbon and lace to pin on for your morning cup of coffee before you are ceremoniously coiffed for the day Dishonesty Properly Punished One of the grocers of Paris has been found guilty pure food requirements He offered for sale eggs of three kinds described as fresh newlaid and todays but as even the last named came from Russia the proceedings and ho fined 100 District Rich In Gold Dust The remote district of Cassiar in British Columbia in ten years 187382 produced 4500000 worth of gold dust materials ling couldI tyou contravening authorities was r I t 2 continually instituted FARMERS COLUMN i- VaOfrO OW 09N O 00JOOO ofr e 00 Apace Imlitur thin s for the wlv of our furuicr ntiltficrlbera ttnd is for lliu unlit ofctock grain ami such things on ftiriil tin the fnnnir Cannot afford to ndver No tintlcii will tut accepted over four Kited mid will he only in two of the Kecoil fr u til eliuiKc For Sali A hnudsmnu oak ftIdioy l Mrs John Wood Marksbury Strayed to my 3 yountr sheep Thos Owen IA r Siile 2 Iim Sows with lu ful liliHiled Ed Price Form For Sale As executor of David Chenaiilt de ceased I will sell privately the farm on which he resided about one mile from Richmond Kentucky on the pike This is one of the d sirahle homes in Madison county about 30 acres of rich Muuirrass land all suitable for tibacco abundance of fruit of all kind plenty of runninl water nice cistern modern house of rooms hal poitrch et with the usual out lapses On the place Is quite a lot of line locust If farm is snlil earl jive possession in tnirty days Anyone desiring to see the place call on Mrs Chenault at the farm J ydare J C Chenanlt Ky or J W Etnciis ter Ky G10tf i I C nfl tit Issues place erse Irvine mist Richmond Elmore fEoo tiooccv ootVC00000C44t1C1oSCbW 4 lie nrling eclu pigs eight Funeral Director and Embalmer Oiliee Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY What Is Education Education says Prof Huxley Is the instruction of the intellect in the laws of nature under which name l include not merely things and their forces but men and their ways and the fashioning of the affections and of the will into an earnest and loving desire to move in harmony with those laws For me education means more or less than this Anything which professes to call itself education must be tried by this standard and if it fails to stand the test I will not call it education whatever may be the force of authority or of numbers upon the other side i Sleeps in Erglish Churchyard Elihu Yale from whom the college in New Haven took its name sleeps in the graveyard at Wrexham church near Chester England J Pi BEAZLEY I neither I o 11o IM AINH I rat a HEN you get into a tight place and everything goes against you till it seems as u you hold on a mIn uto longer never give up for thats tho place and time that the turn Harriet Beecher Stowe Veal As veal lacks in fat It should be al ways be supplied in cooking Good salt pork improves veal and a roast should have a few thin slices laid over the top which will season and baste the meat as it cooks j As veal has little flavor a well sea soned stuffing adds to the value of a I roast j When cooked in a casserole the veg etables supply the needed flavor I Veal must be well cooked to be healthful and therefore should never be served rare The sweetbreads of calves are in I such demand as delicacies that they j are too expensive for every day fare Veal Birds Use thin slices of veal from the loin Pound to onefourth of an Inch in thickness trim into pieces two andI onehalf by four inches Chop the trimmings fine with one inch fat salt pork for each bird Add half as much t cracked crumbs as meat season with thyme pepper salt lemon juice and onionMoisten the mixture with one egg and a little water spread on each piece of meat nearly to the edge roll up tightly and tie or fasten with wood en toothpicks or skewers Dredge with salt pepper and flour fry in hot butter until brown then half cover with cream and simmer untilI tender Remove the skewers serve on toast pour the cream around the toast and serve hot Veal Curry with Rice Stew two pounds of neck slowly tender Add a small onion sliced and cook with the meat Cut into small pieces and thicken the gravy with a tablespoonful of flour to eAch cupful of liquid Stir in three table spoonfuls of curry powder and sea son with salt and pepper Serve In a border of hot boiled rice Appears So He claims to understand women thoroughly Then why doesnt he marry Perhaps his claim Is true I couldnt t I I I i slowly and- I until tide rs day that youd like to know some thing about the best clothes made In a store where nothing but the highest grade Merchan dise is handled drop in on us and let us show yon some of our title clothes Theyll interest you theyrre msIe allwool fabrics and tailored perfectly You will not such clothes readvtowear anywhere else theyre Letter than the average custom tailor can make Well sell you Hart Schaffner Marx suits from 18 to 30 Ready for service W Smith l rmrJ ffiJ8 t1 IANY I PA liT MARXT4 R rJtf1i ofstrictly i findany r IJ Y aSa 1 I IJ I ffitE t9 r t USED UN VERSALJY 1- n i 1 i t3PT e I1l lid 1 I CORTRIhqt JBcttU i STUDEBAKER on the road arent they split and cracked lilac the ordinary wagon Pccnuse the ordinary wagon hub Is made from oak wood that splits sad the ext 1 pass I a cracks 1agTQU Why while fJ tRn I I u r agoD brift SHINGLES METAL u HEX Cortriciht Metal Shingles were first introduced 24 years i ago you had rrn sense being sceptical Put nov If are sceptical it can only be because you do not know the G facts in the case 1 They are used today froir the Atlantic to the Pacific alt fcirds J of buildings under all conditions They are fireproof stormproof never leak and lost as tong as the building repairsFor apply to Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa M for yon Ir for hubs arc made fom Black Birch a very springy tough wood chemically treated with great weather resisting qualities Western birch is used by some manufacturers but it is even poorer than oak It is hrcuhy and will not stand the strain Sludebaker hubs cost more titan any other hub on the but they ai stronger and wear longer Another reason why you should buy a from J R MOUNT SON CO I G lcm I market t Stud baker t MAJOR C Owned by R L Elkin Lancaster Ky I The undersigned nereby gIve to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders tc fullest extent of the law Hunters Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire K Parscns W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Eluin Date Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca West Sirs E E Anderson Arnold W G Anderson U C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co Mound City Paints may cost a trifle but C C J E StormesV1 warn- Ing and I Daniels- D nC POSTED B mare Kentucky Fair Dates July days Richmond July Henderson July days LANCASTER July 27 3 days Versailles August 3 4 days Danville August days Lexington August 8 6 days Taylorsville August 9 I days Uuioritown August days flarrodsburg August 9 1 days Vanceburg August 10 days Lavrrenceburg August 16 i days Siiepherdsville August 17 3 days Broadhead August 17 3 days Ewing August 17 days Sbelbyville August 23 4 days London August 23 t days Erlanger August 24 I days Nicholasville August 30 3 days Fern Creek August 30 i days flardinsburg August days Barbourville August 31 2 days Hodgenville September days Falmouth September 28 4 days Florence September days Montlcello September 6 3 days Kentucky State Fair LouiHtllle September dajg 195 204 days 255 33 95 303 63 Jo 65 t126 f Madison ilie i