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Frorr THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELlQIOb UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land ofS LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 15 1910 NUMBS 14 UTw Land oj 1tow TWEJlTY FIRST YEAR w o ft Mr Farmer We have one of the best CULTIVATORS on the market No trouble to ex plain its merits Now is a good time for you to have your Binders Mowers and Implements repaired We carry in stock Knives Sections Guards Etc for all make of machines See our Wire Fence Lancaster Ky 8 j j 1 I 1 I CONN BROTHERS f t i- l w I f Best Yet Lancaster Fair Dont Miss It Mr Erasmus Dunn who has been quite ill is somewhat improved Mr and Mrs Marshall Eason have taken rooms over Dr Kinnairds office There will be preaching in the park Sunday evening July the 17th Dr Pearce will probably preach The regular services and Sunday school wil ie conducted at the Baptist church SuiJav July 17th Mrs H Clay Hamilton suffered the misfortune of sticking a needle in her foot and a surgical operation was found to be necessary The Union services were held Sun day in the park and Dr Trent a minister of Cleveland Tenn preached a line discourse There will begin a series of meetings at the Baptist church Aug 28th The pastor will be assisted by Rev J E Martin of Jellico Tenn The work upon the new Lancaster Sanitarum is being pushed right along and there will soon be a new abode for the sick in the town and county Bert Kavanaug colored was fined twentyfive dollars in Judge Fords court Monday for being drunk and dis orderly on Richmond Street Sunday afternoon He was sent to the work house and is now helping build our new roads Dull County Court Old residetns of Stanford say that last Monday was the dullest County Court day that they have ever seen in that city The farmers were busy on the farm and did not come out Heads up Mr Farmer The farmers are to busy to feel good however not many of them are worrying much and every one should rejoice and feel good as the prospects for a good year are very bright Corn tobacco and hemp are good Most eyery ona has cutting wheat however some of them had to work all day last Sunday in order to save their crop Meeting at Hyatsville Rev C C Brown will hold a series of services at the Hyatsville warehouse beginning Sunday afternoon at 4 p m He will conduct services each evening thereafter at 745 p m for the next week or two The people of the neighborhood should do possible to make the meeting what it should be for Mr Brown is a forcible speaker a smart man and a good Christian gentleman and has done much good in this County 1 f I r a I I I i I i I r 3 visiting extraordinary finished everything Attend The Great At Logans Mens Boys and Chit 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 S W 0 frf0 sS sr it jij S 0g g g g 1I gv I CUT PHIC ClOTHING I I i t I 7 1 o i t E 1 I j cIk1 4 x l Mit x t lit 2 0Q 0 N SALE O 0 0ttl r t yItA O O adfsl zf- 9 f 4 i f SpitlerCulton Mr Harry R Spitler M D who has charge of the new Sanatorium at Crab Orchard and Miss Margaret Culton of Crab Orchard were married in Richmond Ky on Wednesday July 6th The bride is a dacghter of T J Culton and is a very pop ular young lady The groom came from Indiana and erected the large Sanatarium just two miles this side of Crab Orchard in the early spring Large Warehouse Mr IP G Hurt the hustlinir furni ture man bought of Mr Sam Haselden a lot next to Powells store He will erect a large two story warehouse in which to store furniture as his busi ness has grown to such an extent in the past few months that his present facilities are not large enough Mr Hurt deserves credit for the business be has built up here he has by his strict business methods and fairness to each individual made friends with the people of our County who show their appreciation by patro nizing him He buys his furniture in large quanitles and therefore gets the benefit of a low price and can sell you as cheap as you can buy else where Dally Paper for Danville The hustling little city of Danville is now enjoying a daily paper in the Kentucky Advocate which made its first appearance as a daily on last afternoon Prior to this time it was a triweekly and was a credit to Danville and Boyle County Now that it is a daily we congratulate our neighbor and feel sure that the paper will be well supported as Danvile is growing fast and is well able to sup port a daily Much comment has been made of late about the great improvements and of the untiring efforts of the pres ent editors to publish a first class paper Thursday at the Palace Hotel in Cincinnati Miss Katherine Conn and Homer Tinsley were united in wedlocks holy bonds The Rev Dr Roughton was the officiating clergy man The bride is a handsome young woman and the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Conn of this city She is an unusually talented musician and possesses a voice of wonderful compass and sweetnees The groom is the only son of Mr and Mrs Tinsley of McCreary and is County surveyor This is a love affair of several years standing The happy young couple left for French Lick Springs Revival at Christian Church We are pleased to state that the re vival meeting begun at the Christian Church last Monday evening is meet ing with a hearty manifestation of interest by our citizens generally Good congregations have been present at every service and the prospects are encouraging for a great outpouring of the spirit The words of the Master as delivered by the preacher at each meeting are falling upon good ground and we hope to see such a religious awakening as was never witnessed at Tullahoma Let every Christian in Tullahoma contribute with his and influence to the success of the service and a great blessing will be poured out upon the people of the town The Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster Ky a man of intellectual strength and one who is profoundly imbued with the Spirit is conducting the services and doing some good preaching Those who fail to attend the meetings will miss an opportunity of hearing the story of the Cross told in a way which not only brings convic tion but is very edifying even to those who have grown gray in the service of the Lord Rev Tinder is being ably assisted in the work by the Rey E S Smith Superintendent of State Sunday school Work and the Rev C E Jackson pastor of the church Tullahoma Guardian Mass Meeting- A large crowd met at the City Court room on last Friday to talk over the local telephone conditions The au dience was composed of the business people of Lancaster and quite a num ber of subscribers of the local tele phone company out in the county Mr J M Farra was selected to pre side over the meeting Speeches were made by Messrs G B Swlnebroad W I Williams J E Robinson and R H Tomlinson upon the needs and require ments of the county in the use of the telephone and the importance of handlingtbe question in a business way so that the people may have the benefits of an economical and efficient telephone service Messrs W I Williams G B Swine broad and yJ E Robinson were as committee to investigate the telephone conditions of the county and city on behalf of the citizens of Garrard County including the city of Lancaster as to whether the Bastin Telephone Compnny is giving proper service to the people as to whether It charging the contracted to charge in its contract with the city and to make such recommendations to the City Council as the committee may deem proper The Garrard Fiscal Court will probably comply with the request of council and appoint a at the first meeting of tfcacourt to assist in the investigation TinsleyConn- On appointed County City r 1 Attorney Monday presence the committee malting M Popular Appointment Mr G B Swinebroad has been appointed Attorney and Counsellor at Law in this County to represent the Kentucky State Board of Control for Charitable Institutions in the collec tion ot just claims due the States Charitable Institutions Mr Swiriebroad is a good Lawyer and an excellent business man We are sure that he is well fitted to fill this office Big Fire The heaviest loss by fire in the his j tury of Mount Vefnon Kv was suffer ed at 2 oclock Sunday morning when three large stores were gutted by flames entailing a loss of 39000 The stores burned were those of U G Baker F Krueger Son and S W Davis Some of the goods of Bakerss and Davis store were saved but Kruegers was a total loss The fire is supposed have been stirted by burglars who first robbed the Krueger Kruegers loss was estimated at 18 000 with 12500 insurance Bakers loss 18000 with 10500 insurance and Davis loss is estimated at 3000 with 1500 insurance Fugitive From Virginia On last Monday night Sheriff C A Robinson arrested Enoch Gilliam who for the past two or three years has been living on Ephriam Andersons place on the Kentucky river near lock No 8 Gilliam was at home when ar rested and was brought to Lancaster for trial It is claimed that in May 1907 the said Gilliam shot and killed Robert Griffin in Lee County Va and that since then the authorities of have been unable to locate him until now Judge Ford confined him in the County jail for sixty days or un til the authorities of Virginia issue requisition papers Shooting Scrape Clell Dunn a sixteen year old color ed boy on last Saturday afternoon about 530 oclock shot Geo Saulters and Geo Jennings both about sixteen years of age with a shot gun nings was shot in the face and his eyes will very likely go out Saulters was shot in the back of hi head It is claimed that the shooting up over some icecream and Dunn was heard to say that he would shoot them if they did not go on It happened in Duncan town Dunn is in jail and will be tried Fri day He claims that it was an acci j dent Awful Results Not only was the JeffriesJohnson prizefight a disgraceful afiair but the evil effect it had on mens passions and prejudices was much greater The following list shows a startling num ber of dead and injured resulting from the race riots throughout the country directly attributable to it We are thankful there is not liable to be another in this country Ill 2 Lake Providence La 2 Little Rock Ark 2 Cincinnati 0 1 Oma ha Neb 1 Houston Tex 1 Key stone W Va 1 New York 1 Tal lulah La 1 Northern Louisiana 3 Mt Sterling Ky I Total 19 The York 45 Omaha Neb 15 St Louis 27 Washington 35 Norfolk Va 13 Keystone W Va 10 Wilmington Del 11 Uval dia Ga 8 Louisville Ky7 Tallulah La I Houston Tex 3 New Orleans I 7 Atlanta 7 Mt Sterling Ky 2 Macon Ga 9 Cincinnati 4 Balti I more 6 Clarksburg W Va 3 St Joseph Mo 2 Pueblo Col 6 Pitts burg 16 Elsewhere estimated 100 Who is to Blame The city of Newark was under the local option law but it was being openly disregarded- A number of the law abiding cit izens ot the community In and about Newark had organized themselves in to what they termed a law and order league for the purpose ot bringing about the observance of the local op tion laws of that city This being assisted by the Anti Saloon League employed ten detectives as they were authorized to do by the laws of Ohio and sent them to New ark to ferret out the violators of the local option laws and bring them to punishment Carl Etbington was one of the detectives In undertaking to arrest William O Howard who was accused of running a BUnd Tiger Howard resisted ar rest and was killed by the detectives and Ethington was said to have fired the shot of citizens we think have the moral and legal right to organize themselves for the purpose of causing the observance of the laws Not only have they the right to do this but we think that it is the duty of eyery good citizen to assist in having the laws observed The object of the Anti Saloon League is to prevent the II censed sale of liquor and to prevent the blind tiger after the license are denied In case at Newark it was acting under the law The detectives were not employed to take life but sometimes unfortunate and things happen in the undertaking of the most pralsworthy acts The Anti Saloon League was undertaking to do a lawful moral and right thing in a legal way and are therefore not to bear any blame for the unfortunate tragedy which resulted i- to J 1 n JenII me I 1 I ofthe PrizeFight I I I I The deadUvaldia Ga 3 Mounds 14 I I I injuredNew I t r t i i i 1 the i I I establishment Virginia i d organization Anybody regrettable AND CHAMPION Mowers i AND Hay Rakes DEERING BINDER TWINE HASELDEN BROS HAMMER Rain or Shine Rain or Shine If you are in doubt about the right road to take for the best Merchandise Follow the Crowd- It will inevitably lead you to theSLEDGE HAMMER SALE- at the White Elephant StoreLancaster Kentucky Deering I I Ia i 1 3 S i1 I if t B i i I i i I I 1 X itI bEDG6 I tl Sale I II IUJU 7 h I U I I I v J ai4 vY0iF5C L7Y 47EWtrf FaQcI4o g Binders F f E l t II Now is your chance to buy I I BUGGIS CHAP e I am over stocked and they must be sold they are all gone IWJ Romans 11 C Q Come before CENTRAL RECORD IXCOBPOKATED e ISSUED WEEKLY tlOOA YHAR From The Land Of Hold GREEN CLAY WALKER Edtor Entered at the Poet GJie in iMKCKtitr SecondClots hail fatttr Memfter Ky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky July 15 1910 For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offlces 8 500 Ofllces 1000 Fur State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET lon CONGRESS Harvey Helm ol Lincoln County The Telephone Proposition The present constitution of the State makes the Telephone a common carrier and directs the General to enact such laws as deemed necessary for the regulation of the business The however has met many times the consti tutiou was adopted but for some un known reason has failed to give the people any laws looking to the control of this important huiness with tile public It is the opinion of many that the reason for this faiure uf the makers to act is that some of the t i ephone companies have grown so rich and powerful that they are able to prevent the enactment of any laws regulating their industry Whether this be true or not we have but little telephone law looking to the business However the tele ephcne proposition can be pretty well regulated by the municipalities in tIle granting of franchises containing the proper regulations stipulated therein Most of the citizens in the state sold long term franchises very deficient as to regulation before the importance of the business way known to the pub lic in But Lancaster either by chance or by the wise foresIght of the Council has never sold a telephone franchise and is now free to act in this important mater for the Less in terest of the people in both the city and county The telephone is no lon ger a luxury but is a public necesiiiy A satisfactory and efficient telephone service both local and long distance is second in importance only to the public highways for the convenient transaction of the business of the country The people of Garrard coun ty have the matter before them now for settlement knowing full well the importance of the final solution The City Council in asking for a citizens Committee and a Committee from the Fiscal Court to assist in solving the proposition to best serve the publics interest gives confidence that their purpose is to do what is for the bestjn terest of not only the city but the county as well The committee se lected at the citizens meeting are men well known to the public as not only competent to make an intelligent in telephone and make wise and valuable recom mendations to the council but men to whom the public can with to act under all conditions for the public welfare The city council appointed a from its members who will give every possible assistance in get ting at the best plan to settle the matter It is the duty of the Fiscal Court to do its part and we hope to see such a committee appointed at the first meeting of the court Individual Freedom The belief that the individual can be absolutely free only when he is free j s I Rats For County eo eo 0 interest Assembly lature ince la telephone 4t general look confidence committee I I g t f v y gy tie y t 2 Legi vest igation of the I to do as he pleases is not rue Free dom Is not a matter that concerns alone but the hest possible relationship that can be formed tween the IndIvidual and all his also elates lie alone is free who pleases to do what is riLht what is best for all and what will add the most to the welfare and happiness of all Man is not free to follow his own personal in any matter whatever JJefore he can act his personal desires must be modified so as to harmonize with the personal desires of his associates whose desires must also be modified in the same manner And it is wel that is the true meaning of freedom bt cause when the individual blends his plus and incliiatons with those of others results become far greater for everybody concerned Then it is also true that man enjoys the greatest pleasure when he his pleasure when he does not follow his personal desires but directs those desires in isuch a waY as to give happiness to others ns well as to himself In fact it is literally true that the greatest measure of freedom as well as the greatest measures of enjoyment is se cured when you place your own pleas ure second and try first to please The reason for tills is found In the fact that the man who first to please others lives in much world than the one who aims only to please himself And the larger the world in which you live the greater wiil be your freedom your happiness and your vvortli Senator Hob Taylor has declined to assitt the nominees of tile Demo cratic party for State curl Judicial in Tennessee that were named by the Patterson faction of the party lie assigns as his reason that such a large number of democrats who been his friends and supporters in Mir past have protested so strcnply against him givingany help that he has to remain out of the tight It appears to us that if it is possible to wreck the Democratic party in that state The endorsement of Governor Pattersons administration and rc nominating him and permitting him to name the nominees of the party would accomplish it Ills of Duncan Cooper who was for the murder of Senator Car mack his political rival ought to have eliminated Patterson from pot tics The appeal to the better element of the party to vote for this ticket be cause it is the ticket of the regular democratic organization rid thussave the party organization is the strongest and only one that we can see for them This argument should appeal strongly to the democrats there and for we believe in stituling by the party organization but whether it is strong enough to keep in line sum cient number of the party in essee to elect Patterson and his ticket remains to be seen The Mob at Newark No where can be found a person so reckless and indifferent to the peace safety and good order of society who will not condemn the acts of the mob The participants in the Ohio who took from the jii Carl Kthington the young Kentucky boy and after inhumanely and cruely and kicking him made good the work of death by hanging him to a telephone post are nothing but the county the mayor of the city and all other of the law whose duty it was to life and were cognizant of the existing condit ions are either cowards criminals or weaklings or they would have protected the helpless prisoner Governor Harmon has wisely used given the governor in the mayor from cilice and it is stated that he will also remove the sheriff The act of the mob was not only murder but open air anarchy The most shameful and intimidating effect of this outrageous and cowardly practice of several hundred persons moving down upon and taking the life of some helpless victim without any vestage of right legal moral or divine is that the organized murderers are seldom punished Every state in r c r Ihe be I desires I Is above J aims a x Democracy Tennessee offices r I decided pardoning convicted everywhere Tent mob at Newark eating I murderers The sheriff of u0le rs protect authority removing I J others hay 1 i the union should enact such liws bring speedy mid severe to the mob The rarity of a mob of murderers being punished illus trates the deficiency of the laws goy erning this extreme condition of society Publicsentimeal ly growing against the mob and moves are being made In many states that will eventually make it as dangerous for the participants as it has been for the victims of the mobs fury Will Lancaster Have Them Wenoiiie with pleasure that Oat elite and Stanford and a number of Cities will prevent the showing of the JeffriesJohnson prize tight picture and we hope that our local picture show will not attempt to show them here Prize lighting is an evil that should not longer be tolerated and the good people should not want to wit ness the pictures aud besides the pic lures of this iLjht would tend to cause strife among races Let us stand together for the bet terment of our good people and only those things that tend to elevate them Cracks At Creation Did you know That gathered waists will be very much worn this year at the Lancaster Fair if the boys would just gather the waists a little more carefully they would nut be worn so much That hats with be worn high less than SlOuo That dresses wi I not be worn long none uver liit two days That beaux will be the fashion they will be worn on left side an unusually attractive girl may wear them on both sides That belts from which scalps dangle be the fashion some bells show lug as Weary as eight scalps That flub Walker is to smiles ail three days That when you look at Mat Cohen ride you are looking at the champion rider of the world he having won this championship at St Louis in 1104 That all the boys are looking to the Ladies Baud with a great deal of pleasure for they dearly love music That the Airship vu 1 tart from the they get it cleaned up in time That some even look forward to the iake charmer because they admire That the Lion tamer is u dream of peaches and cream That the wild Wetshow is wild and That the ice cream man the lemon ade man the sandwich man wiil di pense hospitality That the get a whip man the man and the cracker jack man wilt be on hand That if you don t come early and stay late all three days youll miss some thingThat lots of folks will bring tilth dinners but there will be a good din on the grounds for those who That the Lancaster fair is in the aud in your system and you can no more escape it than you can the grippe when iulluenz abounds That periods of time are reckoned here by the Fair Lancastrians vvish ing to recall the date of some past event always refer to it as having oc curred during some Fair Anno Dom ini being completely ignored That if you miss this Fair you will have nothing to reckon time by That the ollicials are determined to wake this Fair an interesting exhibii lion in every particular Every class and ring will be filled and friendly will prevail among the horseman That a great deal of work and has been given this year to bring together amusements that will be sat Isfactory Emphatically and unquestionably there is not another place in the whole country where so much to entertain amuse and to please cm be had for so small expenditure You are entitled to a day of pleasure on our dates July 27th 28th and 29tb and you should e b f t I l j I giveaway forward public sqlarc it makes I WOOl tub I I ail I I J rivalry numerous effort interest a wit punishment is constant 1 encourage via going rte don comes Kentucky Crop Report for Juno The June crop report for Kentucky was complied by the Poimuissioner Agriculture M C RuIin is OF A lows One of the bestcrr1 tits that has been raised in lie iky for the past ten years is shown by the crop rc purrs for this month and a In shown Tile reports show that this has suffered less from excess ive rains and cool weather than almost any thrr crop and with plenty shine and dry weather for harvestrig the crop the farmers will derive more from the present oat crop than from any crop for many years The condi shows a percentage for the whole states of 54 The largest acreage of tobacco is as having been planted than for many years on account of being set late and with favorable weather conditions there should be more pounds of tobacco raised per acre yet the quality no doubt will be inferior The early potatoes are fine and a large acreage of both early and late has been planted The reports show for the whole State a condition of 97 per cent Clover like oats has suffered little from excessive rains except for dam age done while harvesting The yield per acre promises to be exceptionally pond As for Alfalfa the condition is good where it has been tried and a stand secured On account of ruis taken ideas concerning the growing of alfalfa few attempts are being made to increase the acreage of this the best of alt crops for feeding The interest in growing cow peas in the State is on the increase vet we why every farmer should nut realize the great benefit to be derived from growing of cow peat not only as an excellent hay crop but as a soil restorer and as a rnaiutainer of soil fertility There remains much wheat to be cut Some fields are very irregular and thin Some fields that looked badly three weeks ago have turned fairly well The rust has affected wheat but little and no reports of scale have been made as there were at this time last year The condition of wheat as shown by the reports i 80 per cent of an average crop Corn is announced throughout the State as somewhat discouraging and is at least ten to ien days late The cool rainy weather has retarded the growth of the early planted corn causing a great deal of it to be planted the second time which Is considerably lower than an crop of preceding years Onaccount of the warm March and the and cool weather in April in connection with the heavy rains beat ing oft the bottom of the trees there is practically but 40 per cent of a fruit crop thisyear The early to many places have done firy web but many were worm eaten and fell iff the trees before maturity The cuddling moth and fungous diseases seem to have been increasing due t negligence on the part of the farmer in the use of proper sprajing There are not many late apples they suffer d nicsl from the climate changes from which the early apples escaped Some of the counties showing a good topic crop are Graves Hickman and Muhlenberg The peach crop report show about one half of a crop Cald well Crittendem Graves and Muhlen berg counties are mod Throughout- the mountain section of the Slae other fruits such as pears pums and grapes and small fruits are as a whole about one half a crop Eugs are worth an average pi ice throughout the State of 17 cents per dozen Poultry ranges from 9 to 15 cents per pound not weather and heavy storms have caused a great de struction of the smaller chickens and loss through diseases Work 24 Hours a Day The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength languor into energy brainfag into mental power curing Headache Chills Dyspepsia 25s at R E McRobertJ c s I of sue I lion I somewhat 1t I I canO t see I lout tilt con- SiderablY fu ill Malarial I I I larger acreage crust c repotted the fro t S The will f Judge W Con Belt ws offered probate i i county court Mftriday Jauie Taylor Wilson was named as executor and also guardian of W Con Hell Jr no bond to be re ble and the income rents and mites are to be divided onefourth to Mrs T C hell his mother and three fourths to his wife during her widow hood At the death of Mrs TC Bell and if his widow slibud marry or die it all Jo his son W Con Bell Jr and shosul ho die without issue to Paul Beil and Mrs Kannio Bell Hzrrisfr Should all die without leaving heirs the goesgues the Mercer Fiscal to be in purchasing a heating plant fur the county infirmary The vil April 5th 1010 Kentucky Disuses Rcsdily Cured by a Slrrplo Home Remedy Ifyon are suffering from any form of skin or scalp di would you like to prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clew liquid preparation external use Mr R E McRoberts the druggist has this remedy In sleek and wants his customers to know that it is recommended fur E z ma l iclc heads Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp lento has some remarkable cures j and with each purchase of Zamo Mr McRoberts will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured in your own home without any inconvenience or toss of time from business by this clean simple Some One Finds Beauty In You Friendship and Love Have Eves When the Casual Passerby is Blind Our dear ones however they may j look to outsiders are always beautiful t us if we think of tlieir looks at all Our friends too have long passed the stage when we appraise their looks Looks nap lead to love bnt retains it We love our what they arts but ii each one we rind some superlative physical beauty It may be the eyes or the mouth or hands It may be the voice the smilt the laugh It may be the poise tile wall the but something we are sure to find j Have you ever seen in one list the adjectives we are want to ue speaking of ft friend She may be pretty attractive beautiful ciistii gnished delightful charming fasci Rating stunning interesting ing superb splendid plui tu SLe may le sympathetic In pf ii restful Uinrly cordial unselfish loyal tender For these and a hundred other reasons we choose our friends and no two VIIi j ever agree exactly ii their estimate of mother But with world full of beauties of body and character i would seem that everybody should j have a host of fri inds to admire ant traasure if he have an eye for beauty If one cares to make a good im pression to be found attractive and beautiful health is a tint tiara And the second is plain old fashioned cleanness A healthy clew person neatly dressed however simply is bound to be attractive But tht wellsprings of beauty are in a womans heart Tier bodys beauty is but a poem Written by God about her soul Her gown is the binding for the poem which if it serves its purpose truly will suggest the sentiment of the poem and at the same tune will harmonize with the other bindings on the shelves of lifes Horary Erman J Ridgwav in The Delineator fcr August Notice to Teachers I lordly request all teachers who have not drawn their salary for the last month to come to my office as suon as possible and get same as 1 am jj preparing my annual settlement and wish to pay out this money in order to complete my statement Jennie HUgins Co Supt See Bongo the African wonder the Lancaster Fair I am standing my Jersey bull for 100 cash R L ElUin r II j i tOt i JOUl t I was elated I Republican J II I fur I I Pimples f I I I I I I r i I I carr in I it spi a II i I I con I I I I i at S concerted goes estate kin i ease sect tU the prep srcltiur character the t r LETS PUT OUR Heads Together figure out how much the lumber you need wiil cost you We are always ready to assist you with our advice and experience Youll find our estimate of what you need prove u 1 Iand I I J I wit i ample for the job but no more For our lumber dcts rut cut to waste and do not attempt to stick you for a lar quantity than you need Think it over Manufacturing Co we IttI I I r tor ll 1p11 1 3ndI i I f1 R M I L III Yi tier r Rf e b and ours also The Perfect Flcur a scientific product of the most approved milling methods The bread r cake and pastry it yields are genuine health foods the 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 S3 g I I i tI a rolls You Keep An Exact Record of expenditures and a receipt for each item if you have a checking ac count with us and make r 3 I rr THE Swan Flour Is Uncle Sams Pricde 1 the merest memorandum on your stub Dont have to j think dont have to remember its all there in black and T white and the money balance rchich you can tell at a y glance is here in security GARRARD BAXK TRVST Co When you think of building see the anville Lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished WHY NOT HAVE YOUR INSURED NOW Office National Bank ofLancaster x 8 J At n t o o i O QOO i LIFE fa 0 I QW Phone 3r i 4 G N4 I a 4 AZLEY H5EIEN WHILE ATTENDING THE LANCASTER FAIRS make our store your headquarters for ORGANS WALL PAPER ETC LANCASTEREVERYTHING FOR THE HOME 99 Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattings Pianos II FII cc i I G HURT i pT i a aN- xr cw t 3E Pfc i5 S iS S5 3 r l I The Great African People will be here from all parts State as the Fair Association has this year secured Large Prem tums You will see everybody you ever knew and will meet everybody you see Come and bring your family if you have no family bring your Sweetheart fin Oooaasions The greatest line of FREE and Pay Attractions ever shown on the grounds of any Association For Catalogue address R L ELKIN Secretary I 1 f J 1 n nI tc 1f 15 1 ur L l IIS b ifrl f I OCS IP I Wonder viiii be at the i I r I I I tsA 2 IUi t fij 1B 1il6 4 1l t 1st ROfjhm6nt Band tVIn Furnish fWu 16 For IE h hY t x c t I t w nrf r74 iJ tRC tt t n lLi JJS lvt rsY wwr3rd vYy s r 1 i 1 T ris Y tir sSx cc F rrti qra f Cr sfF P1fiv 4 Lac cxib S Jtiiy ole Aibrt o 191O Models With Ex tra Heavy Rubber Tires Now is the time the Little Ones need the invigcratirg Ozone of Pure Fresh Air The proper way to adminis ter this ozone is to buy one of our Rubber Tire Easy run ning Noiseless Rigs and take the Baby for a ride around the block So cheap how can you resist buying one O Black or Green regular 2000 special 1600q1 Blackor Green regular 2200 special 1800 Collapsible GoCarts Ranging Park Carts Regular 250 special 1 00 Hammocks THE CELEBRATED PALMER ARAWANA Are you troubled with a Weary Tired Languid Feeling that usually comes during the HOT SUMMER DAYS If so get a PALMER HAMMOCK swing it on the porch or the lawn under the shadow of the trees and enjoy a real genuine rest Prices are surely within reach ofall Hammocks full length value 400 Price 300 Himtnocks Price 4 250 Hammocks full length value 250 Price 200 Hammocks full length value 200 Price 150 Hammocks full length value 125 Price 80 C PBEOWER CO CarpetsFurniture Wall Paper Draperies Pictures Art Goods Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY il o Brow r s I aD37 E1t1gS fiJ J English Cabs Peramulators9 Collapsible Park Carts I I I English Body spccal 25 Heavy Steel Springs special i English notion to open one to close In peen to full length value 325 eo u e It LrU I Penel Dlarcon or Blackgram u a ors sIn One X525 X1250 r f ii re r anew y BUCKEYE Miss Cordelia Ray has been visiting Mrs Forest Stapp Miss Margaret OHearn opened the school here Monday The Bradshaw school opened Mi s Jennie Lee Dickerson is teacherMiss Dickerson days last week with her cousin Stella Ford Ray in Madison Mr and Mrs Lewis McCully and family were the quests of Jl and Mrs Andrew Bogie Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Lung and of Stone spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Raymond Ray Master Burnett Sanders of Crab Orchard has been his cousins Sallie Lon Teater and Ethyl Hay Mr John P Long has returned home at Cottonburg after a visit to his daughter Mrs R I Burton GILES Subscribe for the Record 100 per year Born to the wife of James Under wood on the 5th a boy James Murphy sold Moses Hum phrey a nice young horse for 110 Moses Humphrey recently sold a horse to William Washington for 153 We are sorry t report that Mrs Forest Stapp is very sick at this writr ingWe are very sorry to report that Richard Burton is very sick at this writingMr Mrs Ed Fain were yisio lug friend and relatives in Jessamine last week Bro E B Hilt tilled his regular ap pointment at Chapel last Sunday and a large crowd attended The stork has again made a visit to our community and gladdened the home of Lige Teater by leaving a charming little boy July 1st Q Lizzie Collins of Edenton was the pleasant visitor of Annie Murphy last Saturday night anti Sunday and attended preaching at Chapel A Frightful Wreck of train or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklens Salve earths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boils sores of all kinds ec z3rnat and lips sore or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25c at R E McRoberts 1m f I I spentseveral I MIsS a I Monday child en i visiting this automobile Ar- nica chapped hands eyes o HAKKSBUltr Mr C M Jenkins has been sick for a few days Miss Francis Tomlinson is visiting friends in and Versants Miss Hutchinson begun teaching school at Rice Academy last Monday Margaret Ollearn has return ed from a visit to relatives in Loui ville Misses Cecil and Janie Bowling have been visiting Miss Ruth Carrier at LancasterMr Mtrcee and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Nelson Marcee of Lancaster Mrs Wm Anderson and children of Birmingham Ala are visiting rel atives in tills vicinity Mr Willie Jenkins of Indianapolis is spending a two weeks vacation with his father C M Jenkins Miss Georgia Dunn and Mr Benja mine Dunn spent Sunday with Miss Jennie Higgins of Paint Lick Mr and Mrs Frank Robinson and daughter Mae Robinson are with his parents Mrs and Mrs Morten Rev Roberts of Miysvile preached Sunday morning and evening at the church Subjects Man and Resurrec tion Resurrection Mesdames MOllie Dunn Humphrey Hudson and T Y Hudson have been recent visitors at the home of Mr Morten Robinson Miss Georgia Dunn has returned from Louisville where she attended C E Convention Miss Dunn ad dresses the bjdy on the subject of prison work Miss Mary Chesnut entertained a few friends at dinner Tuesday Those present were Rev and Mrs Camp belof Virginia Rev Bush and Mr J K West of Lancaster Those Pies Of Boyhood How delicious were the pies of boy hood No pies now ever tasteso good whats changed the pies No Its you 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 lilt ters 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 new health strength and vigor Sun at B E HcRobert 1m I I ton Miss I f Rob- Inson I I Youve I f Lesi boyhood Utah l UNION There was the largest tobacco crop put out here than ever before Miss Sarah Ilammack was visiting friends ii Lancaster last week E G Flammack lost a colt by its leg broken by another horse Mr S D Turner and wife of Lan caster visited relatives here last week Mr and Mrs Fado Parks or Preach ersvillc spent Sunday in this commu nity Rumor says that Mr N Spain hower intends t move to Missouri to resideThe scarcity of labor and the heavy rains are playing havoc with the farmers in this section JUDSON Mrs Henry Ray and wife visits d the hatters parents Sunday Mrs Lfzi Ray entertained a num ber of relatives at dinner Sunday Miss Nell Ray of Lyod is visiting her sister Mrs Liije McMillion Mr and Mrs John Hicks were with Mr and Mrs Coy Sanders lust week Mr Coy Sanders of Stone who has been quite sick is thought to be im proving Mr Jesse Simpson and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs Jim Simpson SundayMrs Metcalf and daughter Anis spent several days last week with relatives in Paiist Lick Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable neversay die kind the kind that you need most when have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satisfac lion is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers It masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma hay fever and whoooing cough and is the most safe and certain rem edy for all bronchial affections 50c 100 Trial bottle free at R E Mc Roberts 1m Died in Australian Bush The perils of the bush are very real yet in Australia After 13 days search the body of fiveyearold Edith Byrne who wandered away from her home in the Doering district was found beside a salt lake four miles from her home Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more bull C C J EStor having P I a I you ae CAKTERSVILLE J Cephas Redwine who has sick for some tine is improving Several from this place attended church at Level Green Sunday after noon Mrs N T Green and Miss Corn Hurt were the guests of Mrs Elias Smith Sunday We are glad to say Miss Mae Bryant who has been sick for some time is able to be out again Miss Lydia Brewer ha returnedl home after a weeks visit with her sis ter Mrs D M Carter Mrs Henry Moore and two children of North Dakota are visiting her sis ter Mrs RC main and family Mrs Rhoda Tussey daughter Elsie has returned to this place after a two weeks stay with relatives at Richmond Mr Clell Pointer and Miss LiUitt irshbanks drove to Rev F P Bry ant and were married We wish them much luck and happiness in life Miss Pearl Boain and Mr Binoni Davis eloped to Jelltco Tenr last week and were happily married We wish the young couple much success iu rile PKEACiltfKSVILLE Mr Fado Parks continues quite sickMiss Rachel Foley is at horns from Williamsburir Mrs Nan Smith visited Mr and Mrs F L Thompson Little Oliver Moses Stout the found tang has been quite sick Your correspondent took treatment at Stanford for Ms throat Mr Logan Thompson sold 60 hogs to Victor Lear at 8fr cents Rev Pierce Bryant was in his pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday Mr and Mrs Grover Gastineau of Garrard were at Mr John Bells Mr Pail B Thompson and wife vis ited Mr and Mrs Menafee Elmore Mr and Mrs Wm Sprinkles of Rowland were with relatives here Mr Logan Thompson three cows and calves to Mr Robert for ilaO Miss Lillie Bastard of the Canaan section was a visitor of Misses Lucite and Jessie Ballard Mr and Mrs James Curtis and family of Garrard were visiting Mr and Mrs B F Lunsford Mrs J H Rigsby came over Dr Spitlers Sanatarium to visit the bomefolks She to much better at this writing r I been I j a td e slid Thompson from N C GO TO H NRV DUiNCRNS Barber on Richmond street for Japs Hair Tonic Williams Shayeiag SOAP lion Ing Razors Specialty 25 years of experience Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KKNTUCKV Office Honr m to 4 Stormes Drug Store DENTIST Plume io Lancaster Ky Jersey Bull Season 19 io J W S WEEN E Y H J County Surveyor PHONE S29J Ofiirc over F O Hurts fumltnrc store Lancaster Kentucky W T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references C II U UCi U u CO c I CARDS I Shop INSlJRAL CE Office Bam to 12 1 p B F iHEmy Simpson 88421 TIN LEY yfoeaea4ecaoaaoaeoooo 5 over e ALTER i r II morrow Graduate Optician Glastc Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed Denny DENTIST over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK Oentlsto All Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky DBWBIBUKNETT Phvsican and Surgeon Office over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Ollice Phone 6 Out Flowers of QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 22J Dr J B Kinnaird Physical and SurgeonO- ffice Danville street Residence Phone 9 Ollice Phone 89 J E Robinson LAWYEi Mi COUNTY ATTOINEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fe W Faulkner jttgr KILL COUCH LUNGS OrKings New Discovery R B McRoberts Drag Store R rMe K I C IlltL I I 1 QID CURE THE WITH FII COUCH iw Iee file aH r f7 1J 0i ice oeeooeooeoceoooooe THE T 113ICB e t Aall SATI3F- OZ IOU DID F Stomach Feels Fin One or two MI ona Tablets Drive Away Distress from Stomach Get a 50 cent box of Miona tablets today and learn for yourself now easy itJs to put your out of order perfect condition Miina stomach tablets give instant relief and do more They build up tbe stomach so that in a few days Jheartlnirr big iuusncss licadiciie and dizziness will entirely disappear MitMia stomach tablets are truaran tcitl to run indigestion furl all Ms nr nriiey bark I have been troubled with mv for two years I tried everything I heard of Miona stomach tablets did me more than 25 00 worth of good They are the best in the world Den Ills Stephen Coudersport Pa Feb 1 1910 Fifty cents for a large box of Miora it druggists everywhere and at R E M ltobets wlio guarantees them Cures eufcurh or money back Just reathe itin Complete outfit inluilcrl Estra bottles 60a Druggists New Music Hall Turn An exciting music hall turn which will be known as the human cup and was rehearsed In a shed at the outskirts of Paris A woman Is shut Inside a huge wicker ball which Is then rolled down a steep inclined plane terminating In an upward bend The ball shoots with lightning speed down the slide and Is hurled up into space and caught by an elevated bowl shaped receptacle 25 feet away Has Been English Since 1763 Canada was formally ceded to Eng land by the treaty of Paris signed on February 10 1763 Kentucky Fair Datcs Madisonville July days Richmond July 20 i days Henderson July days LANCASTER July days Versailles days Danville August days Lexington August 8 C days TaylMrsville August 9 4 days Uniontown August days Uarrodsburg August days Vanceburg August Lawrenceburg August days Shepherdsvilie August days Broadhead August days Ewing August 17 i days Shelbyville August days London August days Erlanger August 24 1 days INicholasville August days Fern Creek August 30 i days Ilardlnsburg August days Barbourville August days IIodgenvMe September days Falmouth September 28 i days Florence September days Monticello September 0 3 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September days POSTEDThe undersigned nerebj give warn to all persons nottojt pass upon ur lands for any whateYer is we will prosecute U fullest extent of the law iluriters anc Fishermen especially take notice M Farra Squire B Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney 5 Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson n C Arnold W G Anderson n C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn W Conn J G Conn F G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co I stomach- In belching sourness iclt ill S stomach stomach aOM EIJm PWC ttEtJ incluli 195 255 273 August 34 33 95 94 10days 164 173 173 234 234 303 303 312 63 65 126 leg Jno E Irs TRice Jas Sutton T j quickly ti ball alhoffenders J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Onice Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY FOR SALE For Cash or Wanted Clean Hens Ducks Geese and Turkeys at highest market price Just received a car load of Lime stand Campbell the depot Call Cheap Fr Eggs Stonesold HiH Norllicott of 1 Producer streets h A Timely Warning About Flies for publication on morning of June 21 1910 In every town and locality in State many people have failed to heed the numerous warnings that been Issued against flies Attention has been called to the fact that are one of the most dangerous menace to life and health with which man kind has to contend being responsible for a large proportion of till cases typhoid fever and diarrhoeal disease of infants and many cases of and other contagious diseases They have caused thousands deaths in Kentucky and will continue their work of destruction until awaken to the fact and inau gurate a warfare that will result their extermination This can be accomplished definitely and effectively It requires only The Removal Of Filth Flies Breed Ii Filth and In tilth alone Without filth there can be no flies More than 90 per cent of them breed in stnbh manure and the balance in garbage outhouses and other forms of refuse The fly season is at hand Promp action at this time may prevent man deaths during the sumin r and fal and a grave respoiisiibliiv rests upoi all Ueilth ufli urs and other citizens An immediate and thorough clean tug of premises should be tlTcCteri and further accumulations of filth avoided Stable manure should be kept in vaults or boxes screened o covered frequently sprinkled with or kerosene and should be at least once a week Garbage receptacles shonld be care fully covered and ed with unsltcked lime or oil Privy vaults should be made flv proof and their co tents frequentl sprinkled with lime In addition to the measures for tin prevention ofthe breeding of flies ever liort should be made to prevent then from entering the house or having ac cess to milk or other foods All doors and windows especially those of the kichen and diningroom should be screened Food exposed for sale should bL screened and ordinances to this effect should be enacted and enforced Flies sjould be especially kept awaj from the sick and if one is diicovered iu the sick room it should be killed Excreta and urine from the sick ihould be covered with fresh lime for to hour and then buried People who have cleaned their own premises should demand that then neighbors should do likewise and no tify the Board of Health of any or refusals It is important U remember that no house is safe unles every other one for a mile around is clean This applys especially to ten lOts houses and negro quarters The saving of life and suffering wil amply repay for all the trouble and expense Either Man Must Kill The Fly Or The Fly Will Kill The Man From the State Board of Health of Kentucky Avoid Trouble Wrarci wfcci threatened withi Mishap sktiH tike Cards ud preveit Ike tm Wc iron cevriig- Ii ytnr delicate cradffiM it will save yen pail aid misery fried CarOl before CMfiM eat sad bave mad It II wMderfil beietiL Mrs Faule NkMs 4 Memo M writes last year I was threafeiei wilt a Mishap art Witt II tarhelped Be mere thai say tther aMifebe afta healthy toy Ithmk Cartel the toest aeiienel a4 1 wish all safieriif wt Cet Cartel Slid everywhere Decrease In London Burglary and house breaking are cm the decrease in London Rich hi Mineral Wealth That Awaits Developing Valuable Coal Iron Marble Zinc Lead and Other Resources Will Be Exhibited in Appalachian Exposition One of the richest regions in the country is the Appalachian chain of mountains in which vast deposits of coal iron lead zinc gold silver and other minerals of value one to be found The fruits of these mountains will be displayed to advantage at the Appalachian Exposition to be held in be housed and it will be one of the prides the exposition to lire the world at large a glimpse of what is to be found in his region which includes part of eight southern It will be rtrt another lesson to men of the north and east and west as to the aatuwl wealth of the sooth display should be Released the the have they of tuberculosis of tine removed the contentssprlnkl Hit Tkvsaids have New love Iller IeIuIe troubles try L Crime entire anapproprlate Y i r housekeepers Ire failures Take CARDU I knew aica weald E41 Octoberdill build- Ing states neat This 55L ItYtulrtilaC i sa r Works of to be Shown at Exposition Painters and Other Craftsmen of the South Invited to Display Work Lloyd Branson an eminent artist of Knoxville Tenn who is chairman of the committee for the art exhibit at the Appalachian Exposition to be given in Knoxville September 12 to October 12 is in receipt of inquiries from prospective exhibitors showing that much interest Is being aroused and that prospects are flattering for that feature of the exposition Following are some of the rules the exhibition First Art exhibit means and all paintings sculpture pho tography carving handicraft etc collection to be by classification each class to be selected and displayed as such and separate and apart from other classes the classes to be A C Class include all original and sculpture other than or chemical salts in oil pas tel water color or black and white Class A to be passed upon and hung by subcommittee same to be by the chairman Lloyd Bran son which shan Include painter t r approved critics with power to accept or reject any work or works offered Class A to have two divisions Professional and Amateur Class B To Include all photo graphic pictures Ideal and portrait plain and colored and halftone Class B to be passed upon and displayed by the photographers on committee with the power to accept or reject nIl work or works offered and at the discretion of said photo graphic members of said committee Class B may bo made Into two di visions Professional and Amateur Class include all copied by amateur or professional nd of every description carving burnt wood flower work curios handicraft metal engravings and all work of artstlc skill Class C to be and displayed by the whole art com mittee with the power to accept or reject all work or works offered for displayAmong other such rules as govern such an exhibit It is well to call attention to the fact that all works of art ether than loans which are sought by the committee because of their especial and Individ ual attractions and values such as heirlooms which the authorities wish to borrow will be sent to the grounds at the expense of the exhibitor- A spur of the railroads has been built right to the grounds and all will be unloaded there No work cf art which may be sold during the exhibition can be removed until after the close Those who are to serve on the com mitte chosen by Mr Branson are Mrs J E Lutz Mrs J R McDowell Mrs L B Audlger Miss Katherine Wiley Mr Joseph Knaffl Mr Robert Mason James Brake William McCoy Martimer Thompson Earle Harrison Mrs T G Garrett Mr Lloyd A Freeman and Charles A Krutch all of Knoxville Hying Machines at Appalachian Exposition Pleasure and Amusement Features Are Being Given Special Atention Dirigible ballooning Is one form of sport that has been practiced but little in the south where the ordinary balloon ascension with its attendant parachute leap has lost all of its nov elty and now attracts but little It will however have its Innings at the Appalachian at Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 next where It will form one of the features of the amusement pro gramFlights by large bal loons controlled by steering appara tus will be made the exposition grounds over the city at a height not too great to be plainly visible to the naked eye The time of the flights be determined by atmospheric for the trips will be made when these are most favorable if at night large search lights will be In the balloons Flights by in aeroplanes will be given also for the first time In Tennessee with one exception On Chilhowee lake in the center of the exposition grounds special aquatic attractions will be seen These will Include exhibitions by boats both submarine and In which the government models will be exhibited For those who en jay thrills of excitement there will be the latest devices for shooting the chutes making the dip and riding the ocean wave A midway will be there on either side of which will be found shows some instructive others mirth producing but all of the greatest Interest and of the highest type There will be a fleet of the ships ot the desert groaning camels that will provide their riders with all of the sensations of the stormtossed barring seasickness as they rise from and return to their knees during the process of embarking and disembarking the passengers Var ied sorts and of will be furnished for the var ious classes of expositionlsts Efficient Police Force They do a good many things very well In Canada Last year the North west mounted police handled nearly 7000 cases of crime and misdemeanor and secured convictions in six out of every seven instances Ebehs Complaint T don mln de cost of livin said Uncle Eben as long as ls got de price riles Is de way I got war interested fa argufyin T out de ex peBsivenesedat i missed two good of waitewaaUaV V Art governing SecondThe displayed Band ATo pictures me- chanIcal appointed furthermore CTo pictures collected ordinarily shipments chairman I attention Exposition from conditions aviators motor surface mar- Iner conditions entertainment Uncle t I t r 1111 include gas inflated carried What ale Job 1 rLM Machinery Adapted to Appalachian Region Elaborate Displays That Will Interest Mining Men and Firms Alike For the practical men those who visit fairs and expositions for what they may learn that may be of benefit to them the exhibits ol machinery at the Appalachian to be held in Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 next will hold second to no other feature There will bs a machinery display that promises to exceed in many ways any ever before shown in the south A commodious section of the main building at the exposition has been set apart for displays of thirtysix spaces having been alloted for this feature and already numerous requests for space have been received from some of the larger machinery dealers and manufacturers of the country It is believed that the applications for space will be more numerous than the exposition can and the display will therefore not be confined to this building The more delicate machin ery that which must be kept from exposure will be assigned to the building and in addition there will be quite an extensive display of farm and mining machinery and that used for quarrying In another structure closely adjoining the main machinery building Knoxville being In the heart of vast coal and marble1 regions the mining and quarrying machinery displays will be one of the features of the show But there will also be numerous displays of agricultural and other kinds of machinery which to the practical uptodate farmer will be of keener interest than any other feature of the show The section of the main exposition devoted to displays haa been so as to afford a solid earth foundation which will admit of the operation of machinery of no matter what weight and power at full and the visitor to the exposition may see the actual tests of a complete mill outfit Appalachian Region- Is to be Developed Exposition In Knoxville Next Fall Will Facilitate Opening Resources Development of the resources of the Appalachian mountain region is now in its Infancy The creation of the Appalachian forest reserve will prove a great impetus to the section of the south included in the region which covers portions of the states of Tennessee West Vir ginia Virginia Kentucky North and South Carolina Georgia and Alabama It Is for the purpose of furthering the Appalachian development that the great Appalachian Exposition has been devised to be held at Knoxville Tennessee Sep 12 to Oct 12 of this year The exposition will Include of resources and commercial and industrial products of the Appa lachian region and will be a presentation of the great of that section which Is one of the richest in the whole world Coal iron gold silver lead zinc barytes marble timber and rich hardwoods are among the natural of the Appalachians All these are being extensively operated but the development now under way Is meager as compared to what will be accomplished as a result of the publicity given this section through the Appalachian Exposition next fall It is confidently expected that 350000 people will see this exposition which will be upon a scale surpassing in the south Appalachian Bench Show to Have Many Fine Dogs Attention Being Given to Raising Dogs of Fine Breeds Appalachian Exposition Feature That there are many lovers of dogs in the Appalachian of the south will be fully at the bench show to be held at the Appalachian Exposition in Knoxville Tenn from September 21 to 24 There will be dogs of all bleeds from the tiny little blackandtan and the fluffy little snowwhite Pomera nian to the Great Danes and Airedae This show will beheld under the rules of the American Kennel Club and th usual prizes will be awarded It is expected that one thousand dogs will shownR superintendent ot the bench show is organizing a kennel club among the doggie people of Knoxville that assures already the sue cess of the undertaking ARMY AND NAVY EXHIBIT Will Be Part of Governments Display- at Appalachian Exposition Assurances have been given by offi elsie im Washington that the army and navy departments will have largo and creditable exhibits at the Appalach ian Exposition in Knoxville Tenn September 12 to October 12 of this year The exhibits will include pieces of infantry and artillery and cavalry weapons models of naval vessels war relics types of uniforms of the army and other things that will Interest the militant spirits of the region New Scientific Discovery A French chemist has advanced the theory that the odors from disseminated through the air the actinic powers of the solar radiations sufficiently to affect photog raphy True Generosity Walking into a London church the other day and saying Ive no tine to stop I know all about your work dont want any acknowledgment a gentleman left im the saperhrt fhands for IXfc practical Exposition machinery accommodate capacity 1 exhibits comprehensive resources anything ped- Igreed territory demonstrated vegetation J i ffii Interest machinery constructed Appalachian possibilities copper Indian Appalachian diminish bask not M HUDSON HUGHES S ioers rs to Hunks Hudson Retailers of COAL SALT FLOUR FEED and FIELD SEED Solicit Your Patronage DO YOU Want Any Work Done f We are prepared to fix you up Steam and Hot Water Heating Guttering Roofing and Repairing We appreciate your patronage if McCarthy Doty 1 Tin and Plumbing Shop J J WALKER President J S JOIISSOK Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The RATIONAL BAM Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier- W O RiaNEY Ass 1 Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper J J WALKKK JR Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful J DIRECTORS- J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Wicker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold L riI tIJta II UfL LJ I S I II I IfiIM IwOMOOoooDOCK I I I I I I OOCCOCOOC OO gITIZE I I J Attention t i I r V I 1 i t4 1 r 7 f Co Q to Q tom J U a X 0gr 0DA THE Notional Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DESSV resident J E STORMES Vice Pre t S C DESSY Caskier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J L Gill WilliamsW I I I m UJ- tD 0 c f A W oc I 3m r- a 3 f GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery Automobiles AGENTS FOR E M P 30 125000- Handers20 75000 F O B DETROIT We also handle Automobile supplies oils tires and keep expert Auto men for repair work If you are intending buying phone us Bell 24 and we will have o r demonstrator call on you Danville Ice Goal Go 9 I I OO- r I Ii etc I ci l tf 4 1 U I T y 1 f r 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 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 reap the benefit Mercantile Company A I The Light ii 41 I J Ii je 8 ii iQ FRAUD and can 4Jrrhe Joseph ID Real i Gossip About People N V N A Cricf Mention of the Comings and 1 Goings ly Those Wz Arc Interested In sirs Jas B White left last week for DanvilleMiss Walker Doty is out after quite a spell Miss Annie Bell Ballard is visiting her sister in Junction City MHS Fanrie West liar returned from a stay at Crab Orchard Springs 3Ir J R Edmiston of Crab Orchard was ia town Wednesday Miss Alberta A ndei son is at home after a visit to Miss Dove Hanis Miss Mary Arnold is the guest of Miss Mollie Brooks at Crab Orchard Miss 2 tda Z mono is in Stanford the guest of her cousin Miss Tray Taylor Miss Dove B Harris of Danville spent Saturday with relitivs here Miss Etiieriiie Burnett of is the guest of Miss Mirgaret Arnoll Mrs L S Gibbs is at home after a few weeks stay at Battle Creek Mich W S Bcazlev of Lexington Ken tucky was in town a few days last week Miss Abbie Taylor of Washington is visiting her sister Mrs C C Brown 3Ir T B Walker is at home in an improved from Olympia SpringsMrs Ann Best of Lexington was with Mrs J B Conn Sunday and MondayMiss Edna Mason has been the re cent guest of Miss Clara Cooper of StanfordMr Mrs J K Ward of Abeline Texas are visiting Mr and Mrs Mil ton Ward O W Shugars of Indianapolis is with his father Judge Wm Shugars and family Mrs Pat Anderson and danghter Elizabeth are at Crab Orchard Springs for a week Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Lexing ton is the guest of Mrs Emma G Kauffman Mrs Barnes of Crab Orchard has been visiting her sister Miss Eliza Lunsford H C Kauffman has returned from a stay of several days in the city of Lexington Mrs Geo Ballard has returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs Ballard of CincinnatiMr Ralph Arnold and chil dren of Harrodsburgare with Lan caster relatives Dr W H Trent of Cleveland Tenn was a guest for some days past at the Kengarlan Mrs Morris Dudley and children have returned from a stay with Mr Dudley at Latonia Miss Jessie Doty of Richmond Is expected home in a short time to spend her vacation Mrs Wm Duerson and little son of Wellington Kansas are guests of Mr f ah f again OiLY I con it i m Iarv sick Lexington and Mrs R L Ilogan Mrs George A McRoberts of Cov ingturi is with her parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Burnside Miss Viola Preston of Louisville is the guest of her friend Mrs Burdett Ramsey at Paint Lick Mr and Mrs Grover Gastineau are home from a visit to Mr and Mrs John Bell of Preachersvilie Miss Margaret Walker of Lebanon is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W S Walker of Paint Lick Misses Margaret and Willie Ramey of Eminence are here for a visit to their sister Mrs Edwin Walker Mrs J Joseph has returned from a business trip to Louisville where she bought some goods for the store Miss Tommie Francis begun a six months school under favorable auspi ces the past week at West Point Prof J Milton Elliot of and principal of Dudley school was a visitor in the city Monday Miss Lillian Kinnaird is at home again after a six weeks visit to Dr and Mrs Wm Burnside of Barboursville Mrs J C Robinson and daughter Miss Helen left this week t9 visit rel atives in Winchester and Lexington Mrs K F Postlc of South Pasa dena California came Tuesday and is the guest of her aunt Mrs Ann Mrs Ed Walker and daugnter Miss Jane Walker are at home from Hut Springs Arkansas improved in healthMaster Dick Davis has returned to his home in Lowell after a visit to his grand parents Mr and Mrs Geo BallardMiss B Harris of Danville has been visiting her sisters Mes dames John Anderson and T H AndersonMrs N Rice who has been with Mrs Mary Rice of Danville is again with her mother H A B MarksburyMiss Goodioe Lackey of Kan sas City came Sunday evening for a stay with her grandmother Mrs D M Mrs F S Hughes and little son have been with her par ents Mr and Mrs James Francis of Paint Lick Mr Sam Harris who has been here visting his Father and Mother return ed to his home in Louisville the first of this week Miss Hallie Brown is at home from a two weeks visit to her cousins Misses Ella and Fannie Thompson of Boyle county Mrs Kelly Misses Mary Conway and Mattie Elders of Richmond pass ed through here Tuesday enroute to Crab Orchard Spring Mrs W T Browning and children of Lexington have returned home after a visit to the family of Mr and Mrs John Anderon Misses Alice Yantis and Kathleen Walter have been guests at a house party at the home of Miss Bessie Yantis of Stanford Misses Edna and Martha Kava returned home after a pleasant visit to their cousin Miss Naomi Balleu of Richmond Dr James Letcher and Mrs Letch Robinson Mrs Lacke Sauflev Jr naugh have Lexington er and son of Henderson came thro in their auto Thursday and are guests at the home of Mrs W B Mason Mr and Mrs Hendron Young and little son Hunter Dent Young of Panama are guests at the home of Mr and Nrs W G Anderson Williams and daughter Miss Mary Clay and sons Woodruff and Bradford left Wednesday for a weeks visit to relatives in Campbellsville Misses Julia Woodcock and Sallie Marr Sparks of Nicholasville and Roy Land of Lexington were visitors Saturday of Miss Margarite Kinnaird Mr and Mrs J F Cummins and nieces Miss Ida Peters of Stanford and Miss Ida Campbell of Crab Or chard were recent visitors of the Misses Francis Mr and Mrs J Joseph and their son Arthur have gone to Eaton Ohio to attend the golden wedding of Mrs Josephs father and mother Mr and Mrs B Fox Mrs J E Dickerson gave a sumptu ous dinner Monday in honor of Mr and Mrs H Clay Sutton Mesdames A Howard Rice of Ind and James M Staughton of Covington were also honored guests Messrs W B Burton E C Gaines Dan Elkin T S Elkin Steve Carrier W K Leavell W R Gott and several other Garrard county people attended County Court in Stanford last Mon Mr and Mrs J Raymond Haselden and Mrs B F Walter had a most en joyable auto trip to Louisville re turning by way of Frankfott Law renceburg Lexington and Nicholas yule Miss Kathleen Walter joined Miss Annie Margaret Elkin Tuesday for a house party at the home of Miss Tom mie Cole Covington of Richmond Miss Lydia Elmore is also a member of the same party Dr James B Kinnaird and Mr H T Logan left Sunday afternoon for Louisville where they took Wm Fox Logan for an operation for Dr Lewis McMurtry performed the operation Mrs W R Marrsof Koxville Tenn and Mrs W T Browningof Lexington Kentucky will join Mrs Bacon of Kan sas City Mo for a few days visit to their parents Mr and Mrs Jno Ander son of this place Mr and Mrs Frank B Markshury Mrs Banks Hudson Misses Frankye Kauffman Margaret Mount Kather ine Moore Margaret Arnold and vis itor Miss Emerine and Mrs Wm R Cook left Wed nesday for Richmond where they will witness two fine Shakepearian plays to be given there on the College campus Now Who Else Would It was in school The children were studying the stationers table Twentyfour sheets one quire Twenty quires ream The teacher asked Who can tell me what a stationer is Two little boys raised their hands John said the teacher A stationer is a man who keeps a station said John confidently Frank tell me what you think I think a stationer is a hotel keep er he declared confidently Why do you think so Frank asked the teacher curiously Because I know any one else who would have twentyfour sheets The Delineator for August I I I j W I I I J I I tfrly Burnettof ont appendicitis Lexington one Special Sale on Box Stationery We have a number of boxes of paper when the boxes only are slightly soil that we are selling out at one half price Come at once Frisbles Drug Store fed 1 D1IDJ n 1 rn Business Change The many friends of Mr and Mrs S D Turner will be glad to know they have purchased the stock of groceries of Lee Turner on Depot street where they will run a first class gro cery Conversion and Consecration Contributed In conversion the sinner convinced of his sins in the sight of God and his danger cries in the agony of his soul and asks what I must do to be saved The answer of the Bible comes quickly viz Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shall be saved Then by faith he believes and trnsts in the atoning blood of Christ shed on Calvary the penitent believer asks Lord what thou will have me to do In obedience to Gods command he confesses him before men and re ceives baptism thus uniting with Gods people he is prepared to partake of the emblems of his broken body and shed blood thus turning from a life of sin to God he walks in a new life be fore men he realizes that his salva tion is due alone to the gracious pur pose and love of God the Father The willing sacrifice of Christ the son and the quicking and indwelling of the Holy Spirit He is prepared to give glory honor and praise to the Triune God ever more Amen Teaehers Institute The Joint County Teachers Insti tute will be held in Danville begin ning August 29th and continuing five days Prof M A Cassady of Lex ington Ky and Miss Leli1 E Pat ridge of Richmond have been select ed as instructors Jennie Higgins CRAB ORCHARD Born to Mr and Mrs W M Monks boy A little daughter has arrived to bless the home of Mr and Mrs S W FifeAlso a little son has taken a per manent abode with Mr and Mrs Gus GieszlMiss Elizabeth Payne has recovered to be out occasionally Mrs Harry R Spitler and Miss Kate Wells are aattending the Insti tute from here Mr L L Sanders has returned from the bedside of his brother StoneMiss Sue Beth James has been relatives here The Misses McWhorter of Paint Lick have returned home after visit ing their uncle Mr J C McWhorter Mrs 3 E Brooks is at home after spending a fortnight with her son in Atlanta Little Miss Zylpba Brooks accompanied her home Mrs Julia Hansel and children o Lebanon Junction are visiting her father Judge Colver Throw Out The Line Give the Kidneys Help and Many Lancaster People Will Be Happier Throw out the Life Line The kidneys need help Theyre get the poison filtered out of the blood Theyre getting worse every minute Will you help them Doans Kidney Pills have brought thousands of kidney sufferers back from the verge of despair Will cure any form of kidney trou ble Thomas Elkin Danville St Lan caster TSJ says For many years I suffered from kidney complaint Until a year ago I had such severe pains in the small of my back that I was hardly able to get about The many remedies I tried failed to help me and on a friends ad vice I procured a box of Doans Kid ney Pills at Frtsbies Drug Store and commenced their use In a short time I improved and it was not long before I was restored to good health I gave Doans Kidney Pills the entire credit for this great change and them highly For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other 7152 I I afine Sat overworkedcant realizing sufficiently visiting recommend yy fta YOULL FIND IT IN TmS COLUMN Try the that Currey sells Every one will hat the Lancaster The star 78tf L oe at cost R L Hagan Just opened a fresh lot of Lowneys Candy 34tf R Zimmer The weather is too hot to bake cakes so buy them from Currey tf Fresh Lowneys Candy at Zimmers 34tf Be sure and try one of Curreys cakes this week tf Try one pair of star shoes they are going at cost R L Ilagan 73 tf Pure country cider vinegar at 40c gallon R L Hagan 78tf Hats at cost and below cost for the next 30 days Some great bargains 7152t Miss Rella Arnold For Sale A nice ice box with all the fixtures in perfect order at a great bargain Apply to Mrs Mattie Duncan 792t My city bills are past due and I would like for all that are indebted to me to please call and settle at once 7152C Miss Rella Arnold WANTED A few more cattle to graze splendid grass and plenty of Water Apply to Dr W Burnett 782t Lancaster Ky Wanted White Oak Logs write us for prices Will also buy Standing Timber and White and Red Oak Louisville Planing Mill Hardwood Flooring Co Louisville Ky 784t To Mammoth Cave July 20tn from Lancaster and all way stations on regular morning train A great three days outing for only 12 G5 This will include the railroad fare also board at Cave hotel and ad mission to the several routes in Cave See large bills and L N Agent6244t Chick Chickl Chick Why pay three dollars and thirty five cents per hundred for cracked chicken feed from the stores when you can buy cracked food from us of wheat corn oats and one dollar and sixty per hundred Burnam Rucker I 6244t Millers Paint Lick Ky Notice is hereby given that all having claims against the estate of Philip Dalton will present them proven to James Dalton Admr All persons knowing themselves to said Philip Dalton will please come forward and pay same at once This July 5 1910 James Dalton Admr 782t City Tax and Water Rent Due At a meeting of the City Council of Lancaster I was directed to report to them on next meeting night all the unpaid water rents to July 1st and all the unpaid city taxes The City taxes for 1910 were due March 1st All those who owe fur the above will please call and settle at onceL E Herron 7153t City Marshal Important Notice The Lancaster Building A Loan Association has renewed business and all persons owing interest or notified to commence payingsame to the undersigned on the 9th of July 1910 and each the Garrard Bank and Trust Company in Lancaster Ky B L Elkins Sect 7821 Far Sale About 150 bales of hay 1 mare and horse yearling mule 1 horse colt 1 slide 11 head yearling cattle 1 fat cow 1 fat jersey heifer 2 sows with 10 250 fence posts 1 Nol jersey milk cow and 1 six year old harness and saddle mare all at a bargain 7146 Geo Y Coon bra Lumber screenings- for Notice properly I due Jonthereafterat to pigsabout n cakes 1 e time at consisting persons indebted to Saturday combined 4 This is the Sack that holds the Flour 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIilillll I that is made by the Garrard Milling Company- But it dont hold it long because they Eat it WALTER A WOOD 1 The Best and Most Durable Made j j JohnDeereBuggies i Brown and Deere Cultiva tors See the New Deere Sweep Rake Nothing made j like it Standard Binder Twine can be used on all Binders All goods outside the Trusts mI J R Mount Son Co Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILlS delivered at your door twice a day I S W MOSS I Phone 190 t On July 1st A change will be made in the style of this fir I am very anxious therefore to have every account on my book closed by that date May I sot ask that you do not watt for me to see you personally but call on us before July 1st and close jour ac count either by cash or note These ac count must be closed so please spare me the trouble and time of sending a collector to you R E flicRoberts Druggist I I I i Up 111111111111111111111 IDiJ 1ilJgliOO iii m Binders Mowers and Rates I II II i v t f i IJ is r t e E f f t w Balance OirJto Gnu against any delicacy and it will be found to excel all others iii popular and never tiring satisfaction When you cannot eat anything else you can till enjoy a dish of our ICE CREAM I J r S fl tlY 1 W ther t z rVI Stop in and have some Or better still take some home in a box so the whole faimily cnn see how good and wholesome it is Henley V Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster Ky Ri tI Sj stI i astin tI JwttrS Jtsg Jl1tl1 11i ltIf tl 14tStl Prop MAJOR C Owned by R L Elkin Lancaster Ky Farm and Stock V A Lear bought CO hogs of Logan Thompson ofPreacliersville at 81c f Mr J W Elmore bought a Durcc Jersey sow aud nine pigs of Mr Ed Price for SCO Supply plenty of pure fresh water and the best available In the seed fields to the crops suggested above for late feed A man who will work a horse with a sore shoulder and make no attempt to cure it or change the collar ouglr tJ be compelled to wear illtiLtinir shoes that would raise a new crop ct blisters every week Collars get pretty wet and hot after a half days work these days Just slip them off at noontime and put them out where they will dry Good plan too to wash them clean before you hang them out Exercise is essential to the welfare of both mare and foal Green pas turage is of course the ideal environ ment for the brood mare and by its cleanliness has a salutary ef feet in the prevention of ills For horses that are being worked hard ground grain is better than whole gram but when concentrated feed is fed it should have some feed mixed with it to act as a divider cut hay or even clear oat chaff moistened will assist digestion Hogs that have had the run of a Rood clover field in summer always make tha best feeders when the corn matures in fail Some old corn should be provided in case of dry weather ending the clover before the new corn can be fed An Illinois dairyman writes us that it has been found that cows which nold up their milk are cured effect ually by tying their heads up higher than their backs when being milked It would be an easy way to cure the cow of such faults State authorities of Missouri have begun proceedings against the Ar mour Swift Morris and Hammond companies and the St Louis Dressed Beef Co for conspiracy in li0J to con trol prices paid by dealers for poultry butter eggs and agri cultural products the most important time in the calfs life comes when we take it ourselves to feed and care for it and at this time we should exercise a lot of kindness and gentleness for roughness creates distrust and fear and the chances are that calves sever forget their first iMprewiont Provide good shade housing the atock during the day if necessary in darkened btables through fresh air passes and is which stock will be less annoyed bj flies and can be fed soKe grain and dry rough age No ORe would allow his animals to staad out door in winter to starve ami freeze to death and no sooner should oae them to stand out in sttMwer to starve and burn to death Bj ao e of the aacleat nations the hoc was coMidered a sacred animal By otfeen it was regarded as unclean and prohibited as food This pro bit ioa among the Jews was regarded by Tacitus arid oWen as having been because of a especially surelyEx upon Ii 1esse sand I ot s SL a f meantime Bra livestock will conveniently allow T T tr L feeling that pork was often unfit to eat in warm climates and apt to the spread of leprosy Moses is thought to have forbidden the eat ing of pork because it was liable tii jive the Israelites diseases that would make them unable endure the long march out of E ypt In those days when cooking wascrudely dune there was no doubt much reason to tear Coburns Swine in America Dairy Industry of the United States According to the last year book of the Department of Agriculture there are 1720000 milch cows in the United States and these are worth 70284500000 The magnitude of the industry can perhaps be best un derstood when it is considered that these cows prodnce yearly about SI 000 00000 worth of dairy products There is no other branch of diversi tied agriculture so important to the progress of a community TJie of can best be maintained by the liberal use of barnyard manure and the dairy herd not only makes this possihle but dairying is also more renumerative than other branches of farming when properly carried on Dairying has made vvonderfull pro gress since the advent of the modern creamery and the consumer of butter has not only been benefited by being furnished a more wholesome and pal stable article of food but the wife in he farm home has been relieved of the drudgery incident to making on the farm Where formerly the cream was ripened and churned into butter under conditions rot condu cive to tine quality in the finished product and in the majority of cases by unskilled hands now the most of the milk or cream is delivered to a modern creamery where conditions are suited to the purpose of making of our dairy products As the quality has improved consumption has in creased and the progress of dairying has been remarkable during the past decade The perpetuity of the countrys greatness depends upon increasing the production of farm products from year to year a result which not only furnishes our people with food but maintains the prosperity of our farm ing commnnitles lucre se in pr duct ion can only come through methods of agriculture and soi improvement When it is corsid ered that the dairy cow is the founda tion for soil improvement and farm jag prosperity her importance is best understood and interest in not be confined to her owner She is an important factor in the develop ment and prosperity of our country Administrators Sate I James Dalton as administrator of Philip Dalton will on the Gib day of August 1910 on tuePremises about 2 miles South of on the Fall Lick Pike otTer fur the property to wife time will sell well improve known on day i 10 oclock a m 22 day of August Ct yof Land ibe made at lso on the Court day sell to the highest and bsst bidder about 2 oclock Jn the afternoon 20 shares of stock in the Garrard flank and Trust Company this July 9th 1910 James laltonAimr of Philip Dalton deceased encourage t trichinaFrom I I I thesoil improved her should Lao st a one rse buggy t and farming H hold and kitchen furnlhUCat t e same 18 ms w wui fertility butter le following arid hisrncssonc lot o on Hay implcm its J ac kle S 1 begins General News Senator Robert L Taylor of Ten nesse has withdrawn his promise to take the stump for Gov Pattersons judiciary ticket The Senator says he cannot inflict his advice where It is neglected in advance Two young Kentucky girls Miss AlaryJPowersj formely of Louisville rind Miss Edna of Mavsville were struck and badly injured by an electric rapid transit train at Mount Vernon NY Miss Digger escaped with minor iujuriesbt iut is reported doubtful if Miss Powers will recover The damage from nil fires on the safe and sane Fourth of July this year iu New York was 3725 as against 20000 the year previous from tiresjtlirectly attributable to iirworkx The number of tires in all Greater New York was twentyfour this year as against 175 in 1900- By the term of the will of 3 Drenforth former ConimiKionpr of Patents hi 8yearold foster sun is to be his sole heir provided ho meet with a number of provisions in the instrument which require that he shall be graduated at Harvard before ae is 18 shall study at Oxford West Point study law and begin its practice travel and beware of womenThe first aeiil treaty ever signed may soon be ratified by the United states and Mexico Europe is watch lug with great interest the of the treaty and several Guy ernments it is said have already asked fur c pies of the agreement The treaty is made necessary by the pro pusal to transport freight by airship from Arizona ColxJohn S Mosby who distil guild himself iu the Confederate csusexrui ing the Civil War as a dar ing who in the eariy part of PretMcrHAsRoosevelts Administra tion was appointed a special attorney iu the department of Justice has lost nis Government posi ion The rca son fcherefor has not been made known but it is understood that old age was the main cause for the I TKEASlUY DEIAUTilliXT Olticc of the Set I C June Iiin Pro u T luTeby solicited to be opened the otllee of the Supervising ury Wnshiiigtoli D C nt ten oclock a in on July iJ 1U10 for the sale or donation to the United Suites of a corner lot i J30xii feet ct ntrnlly null COO iilently located and sultoble for a Federal Lancaster Kentucky Upon ilic the Postmaster will supply pros bidders with a circular giving particur ii as lo and instruction fo p cparation for bids cud data to uccompury same Franklin Macveagh Secretary Worlds Largest University The University of Calcutta is said to be the largest educational irrthe world It examines more than 10000 students annually Australian Horses Preferred Australian horses are preferred to all others in India the price for one in Calcutta being as high as 340 to Lessons of Experience About all experience seems to teach some people is the fool notion that they can do it again without getting hurt Atchison Globe OSII KILLINGS philosophy J c should be kecrful how we pncurridgte lux It Is but a step forward from hoe cnik to plum purldin but its 1 mile and a half by the nearest road when we have to go back again Cooking and the Nurse Until recently cookery has not been a part of the training of nurses and it is one of the most important of It is not necessary that she know how to differentiate the fine points of a diagnosis but it is neces sary and vital that she should know how to cook an egg properly prepare a broth or a piece of toast knowing the why and the wherefore of the perfect operation- In convalescence often there are no medicines prescribed by the physi cian the work of building up the sys tern depending wholly upon food ad ministered so then it becomes a most important part of the nurses busi ness the knowing how to prepare and serve foods in an attractive appeti zing If she boils a steak it should not be a matter of luck but of scientific ac curacyWe too much about having luck Iii our cookery There is no such thing Good luck means knowing how and when we know how by meeting the conditions there is no such thing as bad luck A nurse should know much about the composition of foods and what treatment Is best suited to each ar tide to render it both palatable and digestible Thb chemistry of fowls Is a broad and an important subject It should have a large place in her training as a nurse What a blessing she is In our homes L t us not forget that she is human and needs the rest and comfort that other mortals do Veal Loaf Grind three pounds of veal and one half pound of salt pork Mix with two wellbeaten eggs one cupful of cracker crumbs two tcaspoonjuls of salt a bit of mace pepper and all spice and tablespoonful of onion juice a tin or mold press hard unmord and pour over it a sprinkle with crumbs and set In a moderate oven and bake two hours Baste with butter and water c Bigger Rub rL graduate preparation and dismissal n1 roximateJ Jdiu site lit tin corporation 365 l tcE1 6 subjects manner a Put Into egg pt r J i s 10 t5J iii t fv I i Mexico ligllt retiuy 9 All J tines beaten Society Woman at the Head of Vomans Board MRS HERBERT W HALL President Womans Board The selection of Mrs Herbert W Hall as President of the Womans Board of the Appalachian to be held in Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 next was a happy thought Mrs Hall is especially adapted for the exalted position which she will hold with much grace and charm Sirs Hall was the social belle of Knoxville as Miss Annette McMillan and has been for a number of years a leader of Knox society and is a hostess without a peer Her executive ability and her charming personality make her ad mirably adapted for the leader of this important work The Exposition Di rectors can certainly be congratulated on having Mrs Hall enthusiastically interested as their coworker FORESTRY BUILDING Will House a Complete Exhibit by Government and States The Forestry Building of the Appa lachian Exposition at Knoxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 will be 70 by 100 feet the roof twelve feet on all sides and resting on columns formed of large hardwood logs cut from East Tennessee forests This will form a colonnade of great beauty and will carry out in an appropriate the unique and attractive design of the structure A complete forestry exhibit furnished by the government and the states of the Appalachian region will be made therein together with charts and raised maps showing how the forests and streams are con served and protected Remarkable Productive Country Is Appalachian No Better Place Than Knoxville for Holding Such an The Appalachian Exposition at Knoxville Tenn September 12 to Oc tober 12 will impress upon the people at home and abroad important facts relating to other resources than those of forests streams and farms and will show what has been accomplished in the work of utilizing some of the wealth of the Appalachian sec lion A better point than Knoxville could not be selected for an exposition that will present through exhibits of resources the great advantages by the South in all branches of and manufacturing One purpose of the Exposition is to make known the remarkable fact that within a ra dius of two hundred miles of are found all of the natural and all of the vegetable that have been discovered and grown in all other sections of the United States tropical products alone excepted Educational Congress Scheduled to Be One of the Big Events of Appalachian Exposition This event is to include the educa tors from all over the country cape daily the Appalachian territory and will be held at the Assembly Hall of the Appalachian exposition in Knoxville Teim Sept 12 to Oct 12 The speakers will be the United States commissioner of education the president of the University of Vir ginia and other leading colleges and the superintendents of public insfyruc tion in the various cities in the south it has been arranged to have meetings at which the leaders in base departments of school work will be the speakers It is proposed to have this conference last at least three days sessions to be held mornings and evenings This convention will make a special study of the conditions of the Appalachian section showing the work of the various departments and the methods employed It is also contemplated that during the of this convention a great interschol astic athletic meet and a childrens day will be arranged which will make the educational days of the exposition an event of importance Prof Myn clers in the organization of this de partment will aided by many nota tile Tennessee coworkers Diminutive Horseshoes What are thought to be the small est horseshoes ever made were by a blacksmith at Chester Pa the other day They were made tor a tiny Siberian animal known as Adon is which stand 30 inches high and weighs 100 pounds and is owned Bosch The shoes were each about the size of a sliver dollar Truth the First Necessity J No court ofJustice can be carried on if people will not tell the truth c Exposition projecting manner natural offered mining Knoxville resources products I department holding be fash- Ioned by- E J c7i cub Exposition principal FARMERS COLUMN dpace below this heading is for the sire use of our farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain ncd such things on farm s the farmer cannot afford to udver tise No notice will he accepted over four lines and will be only in two issues of the RECORD free of charge For Sale A handsome oak folding bed Mrs John Wood Marksbury Strayed to my place 3 young sheep Thos Owen For Sale 2 Jersey Sows with I pigs full blooded Ed Price LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION YARDS July l Cattle HORS Sheep Receipts yr Jf7S Mft Shipments ira isu- CATTrE Shippers J iV 7 15 Batcher steers extra ttXKtfV Good to choice 5 2X Common to fair j aVg Ort Hcifers cxira CfC0 OU Good to choice 5 255Sa Common to fair i C0 X Cows extra 5 iVcj 10 Good to choice I 5CS 2T Common to fair 2 00 j J Canners 2 0 P3 tcv Bulls bnlognas J i l s Extra 5 0 Fat bulls 5 00 5 50 CALVES extra J5 7 oftg J Common and large I i 0750HOGS good packers and butchers f a JO Mixed packers WS iStags 0 0037 W Common to choice heavy SALt sows 7 CO b C Light shippers a SO PIgs 110 lbs cud le s DJ fe I 00 Good to choice 2 J l SO Common to fair l 75 2 10 LAM S stra 71 i75Good 5 75 7 18 Common to fair 1 utXQo 50 Report of the Condition OF TilE PEOPLES BANK doing business nt Paint Ifefc town of Iaint Lick County of Garrard State of ICcntnclcy AT Tina CLOSE or BISINE OK TilE 3Oth day of June 1910 KESOITKCKS Loans and Discounts with on or more endorsers as surety SW9iS 00 Real Kstate Mortgages 00 opTimeDue from National Banks teQ SO States mud National 41il W Specie 35S t Overdrafts swnred iSTO II Ovcrdnifta twiisecnred J Kl lv Real EstateBankinjr House lKX 00 TTAKHITIE Capital Stock paid in in Fn ml Undivided 1rofit Deposits Subject to cheek on which interest is not paid Bills Payable COUNTY OK GAUKARO o I W G Kemper Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above state merit is true to the best of ray knowledge and belief G KEMPEU Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me tnis rtth day of July 1919 A B Estridge Notary Public My Commission expires January n 1911 Correct Attest J B Woods K G Gnyn Directors C Vynn i Report of the Condition OF THE Bunk Of Bryantsville doing bnsine lit town of Bryantsville County of Garrard State of Kentucky AT THE CLOSE OF tIPSINESS ON TILE 30th daj of June 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers as surety ITTII ET Estate Mortgages Call Locus on Collateral i75 no Time Loans on Collateral 1500 00- ITSISonds Other Stocks Bonds Etc Due from National Banks 4JHfSS 91 Due from State Banks and Bankers Due from Trust Companies States and National Bunk Notes 17ii DO Specie Sl H Checks andothcr cash items 11 5 J Exchange for Clearing house Overdrafts secured S Overdrafts unsecured Taxes Current Expenses Paid lsiReal house 2 ll 25 Other Real Estate Fnrnitnreand Fixtures l7t 13 Other Assets not included under any of above heads Total 5 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid iiim cash1500C 00 11300000 Surplus Funds lKO 00 Undivided Profits Fund to pay Taxes Deposits subject to checkon not paid 3ifSi 8 Deposits subject to check on paid Demand certificates depos itsou which interest is 2410 17 Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Saving deposits on which interest is Certified Checks ft Duo National Banks Due State Banks and Bankers Due Trust C t Cashiers Checks outstanding Notes and nulls rediscounted Bills Payable Taxes due and unpaid dividends Other Liabilities not includ ed of the above heads Total iSMMTl State of Kentucky County of Garrard as J C Williams Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly sweat that the above of and belief JC Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this W B Post Master Bryantavllle Ky C C Decker J n Boner B F Robiu ou V I I 5 5 to s Fair to good 111 50 choice 1lIimloo SO United t 9ft t cash I6uOO O Surplus 10100 DO 5OtI sOloo to STATE OF W W lilted 5J111 11 0 f ain 10 it ll i 8 u SI JiPJl 1 I stat Is to the bet my knowledge 6th d July 1911 ss I bisectors 14 J I coeeoecooeooooooooeoc4oec4oo exam Dim roe STOCK n mitt ii ShEEt extra to s sg ieso 1110k Notes ES9I 15oto 515501 isrooto ito iA- l0utiL at- 75OOT nO- tooco o- niliIo1 KENTLTSZV telL t9i iatt ltd tie i isa COfll511111C9 a n mellt true 5a4 ANY day that youd like to know some thing about the best clothes made In a store j where nothing but the highest grade fe is handled drop in on us and let us show you some of our H iiie clothes Theyll interest you theyre msie JTT of allwool fibrica anti tailored pcrfectlv i isI You will not find any such clothes readytowear anywhere else theyre better than the average custom tailor can make Well sell you Hart Schaffner Marx suits from SIS to 30 for Smith 100 ffiJ ftdf m r rr HE I 01AllXhAtH hllrlittin strictly I serviceS fd W g rdI lJ rr4J rtr UNr ERSALLY1 n i Jr- Merchandise r i Ready q Jaa iI- USD GLBS Crtnpht Metal Shinnies were first introduced 24 years ago you had some excuse f r neirsr sceptical Brt now If are sceptical it can only be because you do not know the facts in the case They arc used toIay from the Atlantic to te Pacific far all buildings tiniler ail erntluktrts I They are fireiMr of st rinpr oi kak anti fctsj as Bong tine btidin itself vithont needing repairs For further detailed information apply to Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa i J 1t iJ I METAL I tLOliT HEX Rind of never as L KittL I you n next STUDEBAKER Wain von pass on the roadvX C Why arent they split and cracked liks the ordinary wagon Because the ordinary wagon hub is made from oak a wood that splits and cracks easily while the very aqi rFl hP tOn hubs arc made from goslsm Black Birch a very springy tough wood chemically treated with great weather resisting qualities IVeztcm birch is used by some manufacturers but it is even poorer than oak It Is btasky anti will not stand the strain Studcbakcr hUM cost mere than any other hub on the market but they art stronger anti wear longer Another reason why you should Studebaker from J R SON CO SALE CRAWFORD BROTERS LAMBERT JERSEY HERD Consisting of 40 high bred regis tered cattle and six high grade cows Thursday July 14 1910 AT LEBANON KY Beginning ct one oclock p m sharp Every Jersey owned by Crawford Brothers wilt be 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 our milk trade Also e nine horse power Hagan portable Gasoline Engine and ORe portable Wider Whialwind Ensilage and Fodder Cutter For catalogue write buya MOUNT I DISSOLUTION OF t retain I 1 I I I Crawford 6rosl LEBANON Kentucky