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THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMET From Land ofJVbtaM TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AUGUST 12 1910 r l Fr01Tc Now uTILe NUMBER 18 7 e V tie latufo cLrt TT mr Farmer We have one of the best CULTIVATORS 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 Dont get hot and Mad Try a Oil Cook Stove AND KEEP COOL Every Stove Guaranteed HASELDEN BROS REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES Toilet Articles Dozens of dainty women comment daily on and quality of our toilet accessory department Everything that the most fastidious taste could demand is kept on band and the purity ofevery item Is guaranteed R E McRaberts San Druggist tW3 g i o n r COIN BROTHERS 6 0 oOAI 1Z1t1S S1t s1 s st- I S i i i ii I i I- J Z dl A y i j r wr r- rya i E i a i l Ht4rLSA1ilV- VYrAY iY Per- fectionIi l i h t a 1- r- i i 1 the completeness I i cam s v 4 I Farm Sold in Lincoln Mr Jas H Baughman of Stanford on Tuesday sold his farm of 250 acres and his handsome residence to M U C Baughman The price was not made public Mr Baughman will sell all his tine show mules at his sale at the farm on Sept G Meeting at Antioch Rev C C Brown is conducting a protracted meeting in the open air at Antioch and large crowds are present each night to hear this good Christian man and forcible speaker preach The meeting will continue thro this week and perhaps longer Stanford Court A small crowd was in Stanford County Court day however business seemed to be fair There were 400 cattle at the stock peas and they sold at from three to five cents per pound also five or six sows and pigs which sold at from 15 to 35 Nunnellys stock pens seemed to have all the crowd County Must Foot the Bill If the proposed school of Instruction for live stuck inspectors are held the counties must foot the bills as there is no state money available for the pur pose The Comimssioner of Agri culture is sending out letters to the Fiscal Courts asking if they will pay expense of their inspector to attend one of these schools For Misplaced Comma A Kansas editor who paid little at tention to punctuation is now defend ant in a libel suit because he published an item as follows Two young men took their girls to attend teachers meeting and after they left the girls got drunk The comma should have gone after the girls but as it is the girls have gone after the editor Candidate in Tenth Hon A Floyd Byrd was nominated fur Congressman in the tenth district subject to the action of the Demo cratic party in a convention held Tuesday in Mt Sterling to oppose Hon Juo W Langley the Republi can Nominee Mr Byrd i a very smart man and will be hard to beat He will be re membered as one of the leading in the Hargess cases Making Good In West Hon Robt L Davidson who is now practifing law in Tulsae Okla is at home on a vacation Until a few years ago he practised law here and while he had success in the profession at this place he has had far greater suc cess in Oklahoma and is ranked as one of the leading lawyers of the State We congratulate him and wish that he may continue to rise in that noble profession and help make Oklahoma one of the leading States of the Union Hustlers The Bowman Realty Co of W Va have opened up the new addition known as Haselden Heights and a beautiful place it Is Mr F H Medley has had charge of the work assisted by Mr O L Blan chard Both gentlemen are hustlers and have made many friends while here Several of the lots have been sold privately and houses will soon be erected As we go to press the big auction sale is going on and a large crowd is on the grounds to bid on the lots and to partake of the hospitality of these gentlemen who will serve din ner on the ground while a brass band furnishes music They are also away 200 worth of presents and each and every person on the grounds stands a chance to win a prize The Editor The fearless editor may offend and lose a subscriber but if he is right in the end he will gain five He may lose an advertiser but if he is right he will gain two thereby If he labors not to displease anyone he will please no one If he tries to ride all the horses in the held he will be unhorsed by each of them The editor should follow his honest well considered convictions and the man be should labor to please himself If he does this with ability and without fear or favor he will have a great following and better support though hebe wrong half the time than he who trims his sail to every change of the breeze and with out chart or compass principles or purpose diifts aimlessly with every shifting TOBACCO SALE The Burley Tobacco Society will offer for sale on Tuesday August 16tb the tobaco making up the 1909 pool which consist of about one hundred and twenty million pounds This conveys to the tobaco growers and to the leaf manufacturers the most im portant news since the sale of the crops in former pools of the society The tobacco will be soW by samples and each sample will bear a tag show ing the price and will not be sold at the price asked The auction feature will be eliminated and unless the price is paid the society will keep the tobacco The samples be shown at the Central Tobacco t in Lexington and it is thought that nearly every tobacco manufacturer turey w ill be on hand i f I r r r r r I r r t I I i i I s i tideEx I I to ao Ia i I attorneys Huntington giving except will Warehouse using it Let me draw pla s for a and giving price and specification building same Miss Bettie Anderson Prospective Caudate Cal Robt G Evans of Danville is a hot tipp for Lieutenant Govennor Ills friends are anxious for him to allow his name to be used as a can didate for the nomination Col Evans is a smart man and a godd democrat and would make a good Lieutenant Governor If he runs with McCreary he will be the can didate Mosey Needed We ask our subscribers to glance at the label on their Central Record and notice whether or not they are in ar rears and if you find that you are kindly see that we are paid in the next two weeks We are in need of money and desire you to pay up and not make it necessary for us to send you a statement er to send a collector around Hay Ride Misses Edna and Martha Kavanaugh gave a hay ride on Tuesday evening in honor of their attractive guests Misses Berta Jean Penny of Stanford and Elizabeth McDermot of St Louis Quite a number chaperoned by Mrs Banks Hudson responded to Misses Kavanaughs invitation on this occa lion and after a delightful lide of several miles the crowd was served with by Miss Nancy Walker All felt indebted to Misses Kava naughs as they said good night for the jolly jolt behind the four m hand Ewell Neminated Col R L Ewell of Jessamine County was nominated tor Congress on the Republican ticket at the eighth district convention held in Danville on Tuesday A ug 9th The name of W B Buford was withdrawn during the roll call and Col Ewells nomina Jion made unamious The meeting was called to order by Judge L W Betburum of Mt Vernon L V Dood of Madison County was elected temporary chairman and Mr Orr ol Mercer County temporary secretary Cut Recover Latest reports from the bedside of Mrs Con Bell in Seattle Washing ton are to the effedt that she cannot recover She underwent another op eration last week and is not rallying from the effects of the ordeal This made the seventh operation she has undergone since the street car acci dent occured in which her husband Judge W Con Bell and Miss Julia Rochester were instantly killed For some time it was thought that Mrs Bell would recover but on the other hand her condition has continued to grow worse DttyBognard On last Saturday morning at eleven oclock Miss Jessie Doty and Mr G T Boguard were quietly married in Covington Ky The bride is a very beautiful young lady and has many friends here at her old home She is a daughter of Mr Jesse Doty and until a few years ago made her home here when she remov ed to Richmond to be with her sister The groom is a very popular young business man of Richmond where he has resided since be graduated at State University two years ago He is Manager of the Richmond Electric Light Co and is a fine electrician The many friends of the bride at this place congratulate him on his good fortune in winning the heart and hand of such a helpmate and wish them joy and happiness through this life Protracted Meeting at ttristia Church A series of meetings began at the Christian church last Sunday which are largely at tended and great interest is being manifested by both people of the church and community Preparation had been there need be no delay in the power and in fluence of a great revival from the be ginning I J Spencer of Lexington is the Evangelist He is a man of r i p e schollarship and broad experience re cently having conducted a great meet ing at University Place church Des Moines lowo His services are demand for meetings and special addresses Besides is a man of great earnestness and gen tleness seeking to impress the truth upon others by his own joy in it His work in Ohio Virginia Maryland and Kentucky testify to his power among men He is preaching some truly great sermons and is calculated to do our community great good The people ought to hear him while the opportunity is open to them Miss Mabel Meyrs of Louisville is leading the music and delighting the people with her sweet solos She is not only singing to the profit of the people but is winning hearts to Lords service 07 her cousecraf ed Christian character The services will continue next week each night and after noon except Monday Saturday Sunday Th porl2 of every church no are cordially united t attend these meetings Up to Home y r modern uptodate to e f frappe madeso lectures pate inconstant the throughout an afternoons and church most ttsss FOR INSTANCE From the Majors Scrap Pile j Many a philosopher who thought he had an exact knowledge of the whole human race has been miserably hum bugged in his choice of a wife Let not the stream of your life be a murmuring stream A rich widow whose lands supply grass for a thousand cattle Is a very attractive grass widow The man who sets no value upon his life probably estimates it It is only in the world of dreams that we have the rainbow without the stormIn a moody man is burden to himself in society to himself and othersThere is less noise and tumult in a thunder storm than in a barrel of whiskyLadies if necessary let your hair be false let your teeth be false and let your color be false but let not your hoods be false falsehoods are in excusable The way some people go into piety is a sin Say Captain have you ever the horn Oh yes I horn every day between meals A practical joker never keeps no he sells em Selflove consists in thinking most highly of the paiticular individual least deserving of our regard Live News Estill SPECIAL TO THE RECORD Do you sleep under blankets and you who are staying at home you fear to drink any kind of wat er for fear of contagious fevers Then close your rolltop desk and give your wife and children a chance to from the effects of the torrid weather of the past few weeks Even cloudy days at Estill Springs a charm all their own The whole bunch turned out Friday and Saturday to watch a match croquet game which the cloudy weather and the plentiful shade allowed to go on uninterruptedly all day long The champion players in this newly revived old game are Mr D T Che nault of Richmond Mrs E C Gaines of Lancaster Mrs Swain of Louisville Prof Poyntor of and Mr C E of Louisville During the coming week the Cro quet Tournament will be pulled off and the championship decided This was to have been decided during the Tennis Tournament but the interest in the latter game was too great to be dividedThere are several charming addi tions to the society at the Springs this week Mrs Beilstein of Louisville formerly Miss Eflle Duncan and her two very attractive young daughters Misses Laura and Dorothy Beilstein Both these young women were favor ed by gods there be with their mothers gift of song Miss Myrtle Swain the first violin in the Orchestra is another favor ed young person with a mlltiplicity of musical gifts Miss Antoinette Bell of Louisville and Miss Stephiny of Louisville are musicians of ability and are helping make the a feature of the Springs enter tainmentBut all the talent belong to the Female Orchestra There are many guests who volunteer to take the first or second violin or even the and allow the orchestra to dance One delightful young woman who changes her name from Miss Annette Jones of Lexington Ky to Mrs Robert Totten qf Birmingham Ala next October is a regular Pooh Bah in the musical world She takes either first or second violin and then the piano We are not giving away State secrets as the Lexington papers have already announced Miss Jones engagement Miss Jones is here with her mother and younger sister Miss Helen Jones Last Thursday the Louisville crowd was agreeably added to by a party from Louisville composed of the Miss es Schuman Miss Sauter and Miss Laffin These young ladies have add ed much to tne happiness of the guestsMr and Mrs D T Chenault of Richmond came Friday and will re main two weeks Mr Chenault has won for himself the laudable ambition of every woman in the hotel to defeat him at croquet Miss Annie Royston of Lancaster is the popular palmist here There are several fortune tellers who run the cards but all the men prefer the palm Nut Mr John Rodman entertained with a Bridge party fir Mrs Kate Kale Cox and Mrs J W Beilstein last Sat urday evening Miss Laura Beilstein and Mrs Harvey Riddle of Denver won the prizes A Dutch lunch was served after the game the cottage The that have been here summer have settled down and bedspreads embroidered waists and grows apace We could tell a tale of rolling but as there are only about 4 In the pirtv who roll to reduce their em bM t i t1 we fear for our safety and i 1 i i Tucks advice to those about vv injury and dont quadruple- a friendson Fro quilts Do have Perryville ht recognized band rum readingGrape at all tattiuK pa- rIties correctly doubled recuperate Eiiv anger whatever crowds knitted 3s Dont ask the editor to publish a list of wedding gifts Dont lug rid clippings into a news paper office and the editor that you have brought him something to fill up with Take him a head of cabbage he can till up with that Sitting in the end of a church pew dont get up to admit others Move alongDont kick a man when he is down unless you are sure that he will never get up again Dont put lard on a mans shoes when you see a man going down hill They are already greased for the occa Mai of Seventy Six Years Weds Lady Oily Twenty Eight On Wednesday morning at eleven oclock Mr James Littrell six years of age was married to Mrs Nannie Simpson Whitticre age twen ty eight Both parties reside near Stone Ky in this County Mr Lit trell is a well to do farmer and has many friends in the county The couple were married in a buggy on the public square by Dr E II Pierce pastor of the Methodist church Mayor GayiorShst William J Garnor Mayor of New York City starting for Europe on the first vacation since he assumed office was shot in the head on Tuesday morning shortly before ten oclock by James J Gallagher a discharged city employe Mayor Gaynor was the ship with a large crowd of friends who were talking to him be fore the ship pulled out Gallagher came on board and walked within two feet of the Mayor and fired a 38 revol ver at him at the same time shouting dramatically You have robbed me of my bread and butter Almost in the assailant was thrown to the ground by William II Ex Princeton foot ball player who held him until he could be hind cuffed Edwards arm was gl zed by another shot from the pistol Mayor is thought will He was removed to a hospital in Hoboken N J and from list reports is resting easy Stock to be Sold John W Hughes Co have a contract of purchase of the Crab Orchard Springs property in Lincoln county and will begin this week to subscription to the capital stock of 100000 this amount to be used in the purchase and improvement of the property The spring consists of about SO acres of land with a four story brick hotel building erected in 1876 and a cost of more than 8100000 In front of the main building is a court containing about an acre of ground and covered with magnificent forest trees On the grounds are the famous Crab Orchard or Epsom two or three chalybeate waters magnesia water and a tine sulphur water the analysis of which shows it is especially beneficial in the treat ment of rheumatism- An effort will be made to enlist the aid of the most prominent physicians of the State and to sanitarium equal to the noted Hot springs in Arkansas About 4000 shares of stock will be offered for sale at S25 Harrodsburg Republican The Cow The dairy cow if able to express herself in a way which the human family would comprehend might well claim to being mans best friend She might establish such a claim by calling attention to the fact that from product and from her carcass man manufactures more of the necessities of life than from any other similar source She furnishes these necessi ties to him from infancy until such a time as temporal things are no long er associated with his existence and she does it ungrudgingly and In addition to contributing necessity and his pleasure the pros persty of an agricultural closely Identified with her than with any other of the domestic animals The horse is quite tiLiog the soil but where necessity requires it the sturdy son of the cow can take his place as lit has done in every agricultural section on earth The horse can only furnish labor and can only return a prcfit to his owner when conditions are right for satisfactory grain crops It is a well known fact that the dairy cow is the salvation of the farmer in times of poor crops as she is able to convert the rough crops which are never a to tal failure into dairy products which always have a cash value In addition to this she furnishes skim milk and butter the calves pigs and poultry fertility for the soil without which a farm be comes less valuable each year and the whole country less prosperous The elimination of the dairy cow would necessitate an almost readjustment of mans tastes and requirements It would mean un told suffering and hardship Ofcourse she will not be dispensed with but her value can perhaps best be appreciated by contemplating such a loss She will continue to be mans best friend as long as the human family exists and will keep on supplying him with his greatest needs jOlt as she bag done throgh all the age i Dont t n I fion Edwards- an Gaynor- it secured solicit waters lay her to mans community- Is more essential- in returning milk for and revolutionary on- board stat tly recover S constantly e LsasviUe Dtder WHS Former Garrard CwHty GirL On Wednesday August 3rd at 8 p m at the apartments of her sister Miss Katherine Arnold in Louisville Ky Miss Halline Arnold and Dr H C Tyler Richmond were quietly mar ried The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J A Arnold of our and is a very attractive young lady and has many friends and admirers here She has lived in this County until a few years ago whe she made Louisville her home The groom is one of the most promising and popular young Doctors in Louisville and is en jojinga good pratice in that City We extend congratulations and best wishes and hope that the happyyoung couple will soon be in Lancaster so that their friends may see then and offer congratulations in person General News The enlisted strength of the army for the qresent fiscal year has been fixed approximately at 87000 men- The Ceorgia Senate defeated the the Sellers Constitutional amendment providing pensions for all Confederate veterans and widows of veterns Crown Prince Frederick Germany will start in a loon tour He may return of the Pacific and visit the Unit StatesA agreement in the tarriff negotations between Portugal and the United States was officially Each nation grants the other the most favored nation treat mentDuring July 124 sail and steam aggregating 38372 tons were built in the United States and numbered according to a report rued by the Department of and Labor As a result of having a chair pulled under him as he was about to sic Verne Johns of Central City may die He has been unconscious since Sunday and physicians say his heart was knocked out of place Accompanied by his wife Warren G Hardin Republican nominee for Covernor left Marion O Tuesday on a motor tour to the Eastern coast Mr Harding declared he had no special destination but hoped te see the President before returning- It probably will be the middle of October according to officials before the true number of people in the Un ited States will be revealed by the count of the thirteenth census Officials say the figures will place the population at about ninety million By the simple expedient of filling their shoes with cayenne pepper two of the three alleged postoffice who escaped from jail at London Ky Friday night prevented blood hounds from trailing them They have so far successfully eluded their pursuersInability to over come chronic sea sickness has forced Midshipman Ju sian H Hatcher of gVirgiuia to quit the naval service He cannot become accustomed to the rolling deep and has handed in his resignation At pre sent Hatcher is serving aboard the battle ship Delaware of the Atlantic fleetPresident Taft received resident Chili at Beverly atT enter tained the South American Cheif Executive at luncheon President Montt made the trip from Boston on the Mayflower Mr yacht Con gressman McKinley also ClUed at the summer home of the President President Taft authorized the use of troops to fight forest tires in Mon tana Idaho Washington Oregon California A telegram from Fire Warden J E Bowers at Seattle Wash asked for 1000 men at once He says the southern end of Stevens county is a solid sea of flames The Chicago police obtained a state ment from Inez WIlcox a stenograph er that she was in the of Dr Wil iam F Micbaelis Friday night up to the time he left the buildin A half hour later the dentist was murdered The girl was held fora short time and then released Senator Joseph Bailey was given a monster ovation by the rexas State Democratic convention which met in Galveston Texas and was as the party candidate for in 1912 The chairman declared the convention should reaffirm the tarriff plank of the State platform 1896That a great upheave in Southwes tern China similar to the Boxer in the North ten years ago is imminent is the news brought ly the steamer Ninchow from China to Vie toria B C A travler who has bees journeying for a year in Yunnan sta tes that revolutionary leaders have plans laid for an uprising aimed at the Manchus There is also an under ping feeling against foreighners A W i to Cbrk tmtj Fanws y urr wiita cr 9 mt at any sacrifice st very acre you can and when Mt tint than seta bat Dat craaa that aria till van came to H- LThaafeava to atfvtaa live a MM CfarfcCawrty Itermara by MM Wilt County William- of November- on byway Commerce from down robbers Montt or Tafts office acclaimed President movement e e tile I f announced vessels officially official n v race sued save aes v to s sa r as shalt Nl Lr Daara0 We are offering every article in our immense stock at reduced prices now in order to make room for Fall Stock If You Need Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattings Pianos Etc let us serve you as it will be to your advantage A call will convince you that your money has greater purchasing power now than ever before F G Ky 1 r 1 J HURT Lancaster i MidSummer BargainsI 1 Ij 1- i V CENTRAL RECORD IXCOKIO RATED ISSUED WEEKLY 1UO A YKAR From The Land Of Now GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Entered at the Port Glee in Lancattcr fy a SccoudClast Mail SfaHer Member Ky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky August 12 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 State and District Ollices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the of individuals or expression ot individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET JOlt CONGRESS Harvey Helm ol Lincoln County Betrayed the Trust It wil be recalled that after a loop deadlock in the Illinois Legislature some months ago Mr Loiituer a reg ular republican a ward politician without recognized qualifications was elected United States Senator by the aid of Democratic votes The eyes of the nation have been upon ocrats of that body to if possible ascertain the motive that caused the strange action of these representatives of their party An indictment for bribery against several of the Demo crat members of the Legislature in connection with election has partly cleared away the mystery These traitors were bitterly denounced at a recent meeting of democrats at Lincoln Neb who demanded the retirement from politics of every one who betrayed the party in that con test This public rebuke brought a protest from one of the traitors who had not been indicted who explained his vote for a republican after being elected as a democrat upon the ground of patrutism An exchange made this timely comment upon his attempt to justify himself Any democrat who voted for Lori mar for reasons ought to be retired to private life and kept there long enough to learn what pa triotism means The democrats who assembled at Lincoln were right in re fusing to draw a line between those who voted for Lorimer for pay and those who voted for him because they lacked sense It is almost as danger ous to have a fool in the legislature as a knave A democratic legislature who could be convinced that he was performing a patriotic duty in voting for Lorimer could be persuaded tc do any think desired by the lobby pro vided the same patriotic arguments were used He is not fit for any rep resentative is hardly safe to allow him to run at large The Lorimer senatorial election seems from developments to have been the most corrupt in the history of the nation that a majority of the democrats should have voted for such a war under such circumstances is in itself conclusive proof of widespread corruption If there were democrats who did not actually receive money they could nut have been ignorant of the means being employed Turn them out The party can not pause to defend those who are guilty or who if innocent have aroused a suspicion which can never be Fourteen governments are to be asked to take up the work of presery from destruction those birds that are most needed by agriculture Laws aredesired to prevent the sale and use of bird plumage iu connection Fir I interest I I I I I I I J the dem r l I Lorimers positionit IYersaIiIL Jig patriotic removed a yw Ei iwith Appeals to the hu nanity of dealers and wearers has leretofore totally failed It was greed at the Ornithological Congress ecently held in Berlin to make the mivement international Vi 1 1 i a m Outcher president of the Audubon ciet and one of the delegates from this country reports that there are recommendations which he pro poses to lay before the American The two most important are legislation against the use plumage for military decoration and a law to pre vent export and import of bird plum igf It was the sense of the congress that governments should uiite in this important effort of bird protection and make the punishment severe for the destruction of the farmers friends In another paper Mr Dutcher urges the teaching of ornithology in the reg ular school courses of our country He would have each school organize a bird club the objects of which shall be to study the life history of birds and to protect them from harm lie things that one hour each week would be ample time to devote to the indoor study but that out of the schoc the members of the club should observe birds in their homes and take notes to be presented at the club meeting Boys and girls brought up after this fashion with intimate association with the and workers will soon grow into such a sympathy with birds that they will love to protect them and in this way the young people all over the lana will become a selfap pointed body of bird protectors Both tHese recommendations of the con gress and Mr Dutcher seem to us very rational and practical We must teach the value of our feathered allies before we can secure to a certainty their protection in our fields and woods Independent Nuisance The following editorial from the Cincinnati Enquirer is respectfully commended to those who have been asking that the streets of Lancaster be oiled When the people of a street petition to the service department of the city for the oiling of it and assess their property for payment the order goes out to the contractor and presently he appears with his sprinkling wagon and proceeds with the work Then it happens there is trouble in many otherwise cleanly households and damage to the gar ments of men and women For this oiling is not a delicate spraying of thin oil but a spreading of thick stringy black stuff that forms pud dles of nastiness here and there to the annoyance of man and beast and to the damage of tires of automobiles and veliMiS days fol lowing this oiling process before the stutf becomes settled amalgamated with the surface of the street men women and chidren dugs and cats track it into houses and flats to the despair of those who have any inch nation toward decency iu the home But even worse than that is the des truction of clothing of those who happen to brush against tires of buggies or automobiles and ac quire black spots that Utterly will not out Alreadyin this city thou sands of dollars of clothing has been ruined by coitact with tires covered with this filth Some very expensive costumes have thus been spoiled The annoyance and loss are greater to women than to men for the former will at times unwittingly drag the skirt along the surface of such crossings Bectiti TeHessee The overwhelming defeat on Aug mZttlon was no surprise to those who have been keeping in touch with the et over the regular Democratic ticket will probably be fifty thousand Al though Governor Patterson has been renominated by the Democratic party for governor his official and political were assailed and denounced bj ix gingers During many awl II judicialsupportedby majority 7 mil itery Congress carriages worth acts many prominent democrats upon the slump who were supporting the dependent ticket The election of the Independent ticket is a rebuke to Governor Patterson for the of Duncan B Cooper who was convicted of the murder of the late Senator 32 W Carmack It is aleg ed that the unlawful and corrupt through hi political to inlluence or cueica the judges of the supreme Court of to reverse the Cooper cases was the cause of the Independent Judicial ticket It is now freely predicted that Governor Patterson will be at the November elective The breach in the party in Tennessee seems to be growing wider and is at tibuted to the unwise leadership and unpopular official conduct of Governor Patterson A Likeness None but the initiated know the accuracy required in a of fice The average reader who detects a mispelled word or letter upside down feels that his mission on earth is not accomplished until he has call ed the attention of the overworked editor 10 the glazing defect He does nut notice the tens of thousands of letters that are in place or the multitude of words correctly spelled but his eagle eye is glued on the one that is out of place So it is with our deeds Man does a thousand good deeds and no attention is paid to them but if he makes one mistake it is flashed all over the world A life time may be spent in building np a reputation that may be wrecked in a moment The world is a harsh critic exacting to a fault Exelhinge Whats The While Hon Richard Ejvell of Jessamine County is the Republican candidate for Congress in the eight District But whats the while The Hon Harvey Helm wi I beat him so far thai he can hardly be classed as an also ran and election day will find Mr Helm with the same broad smile pre paring for the job of national law making Mr JJwell is a bright man but he cannot expect to win in this district when bo good a man as Judge Bethurum was turned down by sever al thousands Important j i Case j- t By BELLE MANIATES j I know that you have scarcely rested since your last case Miss Thorne said the doctor looking down into the young face saddened and sweetened by experience but I can only save the lad with your help I told his brother there was a glimmer of hope if I could secure the nurse I had in mind and he said to offer you any inducement I will take the case she replied I can go at once In a few minutes she was seated beside Dr Vail and as they rose he told her the details of the case Briand fever and the boy is one of those highstrung nervous types It will be a fight but you seem to un derstand and sootho nervous children so wellPerhaps she said musingly its because I once had the care of a Child like that one who was very dear tc me He calls constantly his sister yet he never had The automobile drewup before a large stone house A maid opened the door and took the bag from the nurse Walt here directed the doctor upstairs until I come lack When he returned the nurse was gazing at some photographs on the mantel her face very What is the boys she asked abruptly Paul Whitridge I thought so I cant take thip case I cant stay here not even to save the childs life See here said havent you learned tnat doctors and nurses cant Indulge in personal ill pardoning dE- feated I piloting thousands I t IAn r go- Ing Ij I thedoctor attempt representatives Tennessee and one name roughly fap tda We init Work or the iad T 3 frienu alike The boy is much wofse ravingI I can quiet him I will go up and see him and then she added firmly I must leave When she came out the doctor led her into a room which he used as a consulting roomYou promised the boy he remind ed anxiously I couldnt refuse but I stay only on certain conditions You may make any you choose You know something of my history That I lived in the west that I sepa rated from my husband took another name and came here to be a nurse This child Paul Is my husbands young brother They have evidently moved to this city Good Lord ejaculated the doctor Mr Whitridge is a bad cruel man and I came to loathe and despise him I only stayed with him as long as I did because I was attached to the child to whom his brother was utter ly Indifferent I cannot understand his motive in professing anxiety I dont want to see him 1 wout see him I thought it out while I was sit ting by to manage it You can tell him I am eccentric and a man hater that I never go in a house where there is a man and that I will stay and nurse the boy only on condi tion that he doesnt come Into the sickroom when I am there He will consent to any when he learns Paul has become quiet under your influence He Is to the child Men of his type she replied scornfully never change But please go and make the arrangements with himThe doctor sought the master of the house and soon returned He will willingly give his word of honor She made a contemptuous gesture One evening when the lad was asleep she went down on the beach to watch the breakers In a long stretch of shimmering moonlight she saw a man approaching He was tall and and straight as a fir tree He paused before her Helene he said may I not thank you for saving the life of little Paul She looked at him astounded Then a comprehending light came Into her eyesYou are Francis Whitridge Wal ters brother she asked Yes and I have always regretted that I was abroad at the time of your marriage and afterwards I know what your life with Walter must have been but we must not speak in of him now that he is gone Gone she echoed wonderingly i He died six months ago Oh she cried in an awed tone of reliefWe have looked everywhere for Paul and I Then it was you who were in the house during Pauls illness Yes when the doctor told his story of the eccentric nurse I him But in my anxiety for the boy and for his care I used to the contract in part I often lin gered near the sickroom I heard you call him little brother and I knew who you must be I didnt dare reveal my identity lest your antipathy to Walter extend to his relatives Yester day a reference to my brothers death before Dr Thorne led him to suspect the state of affairs and he told me you did not know of Walters death So I came to tell you and Helene for Pauls sake cant we be friends She looked at him earnestly There vas no look of Walter In his But an odd resemblance of Paul attracted her She trusted him instantlyYes she replied softly we will hofrionriu If the busy woman on the farm finds Intakes too much time to make her butter into pound prints which are some trouble to make and still more difficult to keep without Ice she can purchase small jars of crocks which hold a pound each and which cost but a few cents the customers to return them when the butter is used Dont wait until the clover have all turned brown before you to cut it for hay If you do you will lose just about onehalf of the feeding value of the crop Cut red clover as nearly in full bloom as Start the when the field when about twothirds of the is in full bloom Before you get the crop secured it will be ripe for good hay Paulhow arrangement sUm youlittle believed violate lineaments heaps begin possible mower L devoted looks red clover pretty Kr An English Housewifes Comments on American Cookery One thing I notice as very strange in your country and that is that you do not know how to cut bread I wonder if it is the fault of the knives j The bread is too thick or too thin and the edges are jagged and the crust broken The English table is so limited com pared with yours Why do you real j ize how the English housekeeper must j devise ways and means to make the same fruits and vegetables do service the year round Oranges bananas and pines and then bananas pines and the only fruit Xo watermelons few peaches and j those at sixpence apiece nothing to break the monotony Thus it is that the English menus read so elaborate ly they are obliged to make frequent changes in service and elaborate sauces and all sorts of fancy dress ings and garnishings to vary the mo notony The chef must furnish the variety which is denied by nature to the hampered housewives of the tight little island Claret Jelly rind of one lemon half a cup brandy threequarters pound loaf sugar and an ounce and a quarter of leaf Boil live minutes strain well and when set serve very cold with whipped cream Grape juice may be i used instead of the claret I i orangesfurnish i I i Ii i r I r To one bottle claret add juice and I f t t I i I ti n j j lnaljf1vV I i I gela- tine n r 2tI Why not buy milk from the Dairy PRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a da- yS W MOSSPhone 19O J t t 9499 4e 9 eN NNNr 4 e 9 G AO NO N G7a X Cen- C l as Q Q 00 0Il i 0 ot- ie THE Notional BankOf Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus S2GOQO A R DEXXY PiesiJcct J E STORM ES Vkr Prest S DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Ass sur R T E Bookkeeper DIUECTOUS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Storraes S C Dfnny J IV I Williams 0 try Sam L Gilt I- m II w CJ 0 sN CD JJ r 3Cl r 93 0Z AtKaYiw We Know You Are Coming WHO CAN AFFORD TO STAY AWAY The Attraction are Many The Inducements Great A warm welcome is yours you wish to buy or not If you should need anything in HOUSE FURNISHINGS you will find our stock complete in every detail at PRICES that cannot be duplicated Furniture Department Each floor is full of interesting collections Parlor Furniture in the Newest and most Artistic designs Bed Room Furniture in Mahogany 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Information Address JOU LEXINGTON ICY FUGHTS 11 I 5 o rz1 20 t Hexi SHQUSEf Secretary You Keep An Exact I Record expenditures and n receipt for each item if you have a checking ac count with is and make N rs r iJi r s the merest memorandum ou your stub Dont have to think dont have to remember its all there in black and white and the ironey balance which you can tell at a glance is Lire in security GAURAUD BANK TRUST Co W 11 iii I t 7 I r I j E3 IN PREMIUMS Best Show in America Splendid Dispkj of Every Mass of Live Stock I t O O n rJ 9 1 i T rR ors e SIFTING FLOUR will show how clean and free from all oth materials which you of I i I I it- t is tit ow ten see in other brands For your next baking try a sack of our WHITE SWAN FLOUR When your family con giatulates you on the improvement in your baking you neednt tell them that our White Swan Flour was respon sible for the improvement But know it just the Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop Ml8 Si XSjm Wim- S Our EndofThe Season Sole of CLOTHESI You may have bought your summer clothes or not 1 Ifyou have bought and think you have all the clothes I you want better think again you will find that you need one more suit when you see these 1 If you havent bought you are in luck We do not advise any one to wait as late as this for summer clothes I but ifyou have waited you get an extra benefit now be cause we are cleaning up our line of Hart Schaff Marx Summer Suits They are all fresh goods and guaranteed to give satisfaction J or money refunded The only trouble with them is that they J are not sold and we intend to sell them to make for new la fall goods that is why we do it I JAMES W SMITH fi store is the home of Hart Scnaffner Marx Clothes wrsM i I I I youll Isame 1t IIAA IItl 1JC fIIN rr6yoy 1 m VIS r Y rZ I I Hart Shaffner Marx I I room r IiS fl y l e 1 t TIy k rQQ r t-Y 1 r s I PLANNING I THINGS Mother said Lucy with charac teristic impulsiveness Jennie Darton is in town for a week or two and want her to come out and let us good old gossip I want to ask before all the other girls learn shes here for then she will have many engagements that It wont possible to get hold of her What you think Ask her by all means dear Lucys mother I always to see your friends and I always Jennie Lets have her to tea That will be lovely you dear motherkins was Lucys enthusiastic response Ill tell her to come early so we can have a nice long talk boys turning to her three brothers must make no engagements for Sunday unless I tell you Jennies not coming And we wont have elaborate meal mother Just tea thin bread and butter and cookies little candles just afternoon tea the parlor If its going to be a parlor bun struggle or a lapfest of any kind count me out spoke up Brother Har ry promptly None of those things for mine Me too said Ben- I dont stand for trayanteafights explained Jimmie because just soon as I get a cup of tea in one and a sandwich in the other I have sneezeNow It is Lucys pride that brothers contrary to the habits some brothers nearly always are pres ent at her functions big and little Further they make themselves beau tifully agreeable and add to the glor of the occasion So with a sigh capitulated and agreed to have meal properly set on the table she still clung to her basic idea simplicity following her mother to kitchen to discuss the question of unhampered by masculine suggestions Well just have cold meat a sim pie salad and plain ice cream cake with hot tea she decided Td just as soon stay to help out Miss Lucy spoke up Angle nice colored maid who has been In family so long that she is almost one of it Id a heap rather stay in fix things nice than have you give poor spread All right Angie answered Lucy who detests an illserved meal fairly loathes waiting on the table Then we can have tea and coffee the salad served as a separate course but thats all the difference well make Im determined a simple meal If we decide to have more well find ourselves asking a lot of people and I want a nice long talk with Jen nie Mother what kind of cold meat would you suggest Youve quite determined on coW meat asked her mother I always think at least orie hot dish is nice Creamed chicken or fricasseed wouldnt be much more trouble than cold meat if Angies going to be here to serve it And The young gentlemen they certain ly does love fried chicken said An gie And I could make hot biscuits and strawberry shortcake just as easy as preachin And hot coffee does go down fine with fried chick en And asparagus on toast Is lovely with new potatoes creamed There you are Lucy said her mother Now thats what I call nice light meal and not a bit more troublesome than plain cold beef and potato salad And when it comes young men like Dell Jones and Ran som Davis and I hadnt thought of asking them put in Lucy a little coldly I told you that I just wanted to have a nice long talk with Jennie Well I dont know any surer way of getting a nice long talk with her than by having other people about to talk to the other people Jennie knows all those boys and will love to meet them and you ought to have some more girls to provide for the extra men and our own boys And you could thInk up some funny limericks for the place cards and And have a regular formal dinner with cards and candles and flower the finger bowls and all sorts pretty gimcracks said Lucy Exactly cried her mother with growing enthusiasm Thats the kind party I really love daughter I dis like these little spindling lap teas as much as the boys do Theres nothing a round table with shaded lights and flowers and plenty of good food to make things go swimmingly You Just invite about twenty young people for a week from Sunday In stead of next Sunday and leave all rest to Angle and that is the limericks for the place cards and the ordering of the flowers White and green and red would be a good color scheme and of course well the salad and the dessert to match with olives and salted almonds pretty candles Run away and write the invita tions and then forget all about the party until itsme to dress for It Weve got it all settled Angle and L Lucy hesitated helplessly for a as she has done before upon similar occasions For a moment a little frown disfigured her forehead Then when she remembered how pop ular her dinner parties always had and recalled how Ransom Davis particular likes fried chicken and strawberry shortcate the frown into a smile Life M Paiaaa Canal bad one rightful drawback troublethat has brought suffering death to thousands The terms chills fever and ague jaundice lassitude weakness and debility ButElectric Bitters never to destroy them and cure malaria tboubles Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe of writs Win A rretwell of Lurama TS C and Ive health ever Stomach Liver and Kidney Troubles prevent Typhoid We by R IS McRobert 1m I I i I I have- a her that so be do answered like loved Sunday sweet You next an and and in just shaky as hand to herr of she the But of the food and And you the the and n and and veal a to thought- I petalsIn of of like too meall but have and moment in has and cause r tin certainly sarcastically the been melted malaria biliousness general had since and Guaranteed a C HARMONY Mrs Eliza Smith of Pinevllle visiting her father J C Collet Mrs Lucy Miller and daughter the guests of her brother Rev Win C HutchinsDeath has visited here claimed as its victim the baby of Mr and Mrs Albert Church The Best Hour of Life is when j ou do some great deed or dis cover some wonderful fact This came to J R Pitt of Rocky Ml N C when he was suffering intensely as he says from the worst cold I had I then proved to m great satis faction what a wonderful Cold Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery is For after taking one I entirely cured You cant say any thing too good of medicine like that Its the surest and best remedy for dis eased lungs Hemorrhages Asthma Hay throat Lung Trouble 50c 1 00 Trial bot tle free Guaranteed by R E MrR r erts 1m GILES Watch the Record grow Willie Worthington sold a colt Forest Stapp for 1200 Riley DavIs recently sold a milk cow to James Sherrow for 3200 Mrs Forest Stapp who has been very sick we are glad to report is im proving We are sorry to report that Richard Burton is very low with con sumptionMiss Teater of Madison was visting friends and relatives at this place Mr and Mrs Eddie Chandler were visiiijg Mr and Mrs Raymond Davi last week We are glad to report that John Amon who has been very ill i improvingRiley recently bought a nici milk cow from Bob Wylie of Jessa mine for 3200 We are sorry to report that the little Daughter of Wvlle Burton is very sick at this writing Subscribe for the Record 100 MT HEBRON Mrs Dennie Scoot is on the sick listMr Harrison Dean bought of Mr Curtis a sow and pig price 25 Mr Jean Vanderpool sold to H R Montgomery a co v and calf for 30 Mr Chas Duncan bought from Mr J W Johnson a cow and calf fun 3250 Mr Calvin Brumer of Jessamine Edd Grow two calves for 17 Mr Everett Lawson of Raven Wood Mo ii with his grandmother Mrs Lucy Montgomery Mrs A S Dean spent a part of last week with her sister Mrs Sallie enDings at Lexington Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan and 1 ilece Della Burdette were with Mr md Mrs Tom Hicks Sunday Mr J E Sherron and daughters Misses Pearl and Bettie attended camp meeting at Wilmore Sunday Mr Frank Montgomery and sister Mrs Thomas Montgomery are at the bedside of their sister Mrs Della Ce cil in Ind BUCKEYE Miss Flossie May Sutton of Lancas er is visiting friends here Miss Agnes Miles has returned months visit to Louisville relatives Mr and Mrs Lillard Miles visited parents Mr and Mrs A C Miles week Dickerson spent last week with Miss Flossie May Sutton LancasterMr W H Holt have re turned to Louisville after a visit to relatives here Misses Nell and Marion Boswell of Louisville are the attractive guests of Miss Agnes Miles Mrs Adams and Miss Willie Pierce Louisville visited their sister Mrs Oscar Ray last week Mr J O Bogie wife and children i Htd relatives in Jessamine county Saturday and Sunday Mrs R I Burton and Miss Mae Broaddus have been at Niagra Falls the past two weeks CATARRAH GOES Dies Sere Tbial Brractiis awl Asthma You can easily tell by reading the symptoms below whether you have atarrah or not Offensive breath frequent sneezing from the nose stoppage of nose huskiness of the voice ticki in throat droppings In throat a cough pain in chest loss of strength variable appetite spasms of coughing spirited at timer raising of difficulty in breathing a loss of vital E Me Roberts has a sensible money back if it falls for catar called Hyomei pronounced High mewhlch is a vaporized air so that when it is breathed over inflamed and germinfested mem it kills all germ life gives in minutes and cures catar The price including hard rubber in baler is only 100 The hard rubber Inhaler will lifetime so should need a second but tli if ByomeU get it tot 50 is are and hour ever and bottle was LaG r FeverAny or to I t f QughtoC Mr lit from- a his last Miss thyme of for a Se Cr discharge the fag low mucus forc- eR rab antiseptic the brave relief rab ppe Mrs remedy two pocket lasts that you yon can cants l F vrec x s-yV There is money in bees Start an asparagus bed It on a sandy soil Sell off all the roosters except prime ones for breeding The breed of white hogs is disappearing from this country The good roads movement increases the pleasure of moving over roadsSome men never discover where fence is weak until they attempt climb over it Even a city man can come to front with a small flock of poultry his back yard No cow which averages less than one and onehalf gallons of milk day can be kept at a profit Take the chill off the water for mare and feed her carefully and her quiet for a number of days The man who said that the poultrymen on most farms are women knew what he was aboutIt is more difficult to secure seeds of forest trees than any kinds of seeds since there Is so market for them Beets may be canned or pickled and saved for winter use When vegeta bles are scarce they will be greatly enjoyed if saved in this way In Japan there are 192 people for every 40 acres of land and 256 cows 256 donkeys and 512 swine for every square mile of land in the kingdom It is not fair calculation to take average of the herd as the basis of computing annual profit from the dairy Let each individual stand on her merits The sitting hen should be given a new clean box for a nest filled with the cleanest of material Place her on the new nest and give her the eggs in the evening No animals are bred that are of supplying the largest amount of rich milk and storing away the largest amount of flesh and fatness in their bodies at one and the same time Most people find that the yearling hens lay more eggs than the older hens but some chicken raisers claim that the old hens eggs are better for hatching because they are more strongly fertilized Good food never creates the nor temperament of a cow nor makes of her a good dairy animal any more than it never makes a good out of a small milker It Is to make the effort Water or moisture la always on the move When it rains it soaks the ground and as soon as it stops starts its upward movement by capil lary attraction It travels from one soil particle to the next and so on until soil becomes what we call dry It must be apparent to every un prejudiced thinking man that If the dairy farmer wishes to obtain the greatest profit in his dairy he must grade up his herd Cy one of the pure bred bulls of one of the four great dairy breds Ayrshire Guernsey Hol stein or Jersey All stock will be healthier and will thrive better If salt Is kept where they can help themselves dally rather than at intervals Medicated salts are now put up and sola mat are better n every way for the stock than the common salt usually used besides a better conditioner The soil has wonderful absorptive to hold on to Its moisture for we place some soil in the oven and drive off the moisture by heat and then examine these soil particles a powerful microscope we will find soil particle coated with a thin of what is termed hydroscopic Shade and water are important In connection with grazing cattle the more nearly natural the condl tions can be made the better In a which contains no trees It sometimes pays to put up a board roof protect cattle from the hot sun in and August but summer a large scale Is not generally ad visable at all where there Is no na tural shade in the field Unless the cockerels are to be r tamed for breeding purposes it is to kill them off as soon as they are sufficiently large thus the ground and giving more space the pullets to grow When are allowed to run together growth Is considerably retarded be which the flesh loses a good deal its excellence both in flavor and Professor Washburn of the Minne division of Entomology at Farm finds toads to be friends of farmer They feed entirely upon Incredible number of Insects The department of agriculture the toad discovers the startling fact that In 24 hours the food consumed by one toad equals quantity four times the capacity of stomach which Is practically filled emptied four times every 24 Leisure Essential Trees fields sunsets rivers breezes the like must all be enjoyed at if at alL There Is not the slightest use in a mans paying a visit to the country He may as go there blindfolded as go in a He will never see the He will have a perception no doubt of hedgerows and grass of and silent cottages per of hills and rocks u items go toward making I Kccuatry but the country Itself he rill m V riee Country Parao I thrives the rapidly the a to the in per the keep best the talking the other little the character cow useless raining- it the being power if under each film water matters and pasture to July feeding- on clear- Ing to cockerels sides of fIneness sota the an investigating insect In and hours and leisure well hurry coun- trY greep of varl I capable advisable University federal its hurried lanes hats which t b VtH Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT Temple Turner Plulntiir vs Gilbert Turner Jr Etc Pursuant to a judgment of rard Circuit Court rendered atregular June term IDio in the styled action i as special Master of said court in said will on MONDAY AUGUST 22nd 1010 between ten oclock a m and oclock p m it being the tirsr day c the regular G armed Com ty C utt said month sell to the highest bidder t the court house d 0r in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky certain tract or parcel of land in Garrard County Ky on the Brvantsville Sugar Creek pike near Bourne and bounded as follows Beginting at i point at the edge of the metal of said pike in J B Bournes line thence S 2 E l 70 to a stone thence N ili E 12 02 pule to a stone thence N 23J W 1270 poles to a stone in the center of said pike thence S GTi W 12 poles the be inning cot tail iny one acre la- The purpose tills sIe is for ittsfut ion tsf a nit rto e itn on and held V Ucvc ta Liirf rater the sum of and Her cost herein and the residue of the proceeds after satisfaction of said debt to be rein vested for the wife and children of W C Turner according to the way own and hold the land nowordered sold TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit ol 3 months and the purchaser will be re quired to execute bond with good se urity to the special Master Commis ioner for the purchase money bearing G per cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid to have the force md effect of a judgement with retained upon the land sold for thepurchase moneyW B MASON Special Master Comr Garrard Circuit CourtW Williams Attorney for Plaintiff August 1 1910 Commissioners Sale tf Land G A RRA RD CIRCUIT COURT Pauline Carter Plaintiff- vs David M Carter Etc Defendants By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at ii June term 1010 in the above styled ac tion I as special Master Commission er will on MONDAY AUGUST 22nd 1010 between the hours of 11 a m and 2 p n it being couuty court day sell at t he court house door in Lancaster County Kentucky to tht highest and best bidder the following iescribed real property and bc ng in G rrird C Kentucky on tilt Bioaddus Branch aud bout fU Begitinug at a point on the West ce of a drain corner to Buru ide liallew and J L Cuidtrut thence with odiron b 845 E passing an elm t ump at 74 Buss in ah 15 chains to a point in another drain corner to same ind to the 21 acre tract and the forty acre tract of Carters lane thence up said drain still with Coldiron S 7t E i71 chains S 46 E 524 chains to Linn stump 15 feet W st of the forK of tho drain lit W 750 chains S 25 E 3 chains to a point and in ine U YillisTurners thence Turners i7 E 7 52 chains S 17i W 1355 chains o a point on the south bank of the drain S 73 E cHin to a mul berry corner tn saUl and B M Lear with Lear S 77 E 359 chains X 33 E 1374 chains S 4G E 322 chains to a poi t in line to Lear anti earner to I P th pce with Gay drawn a drain N 39J E572 drains 7ST 50 E 5 76 chains to a point in a drain corner to same ind Broarldus heirs thence with Rroaddns heirs 2 54f W 7 25 chains S 58 W 383 chains X GS AVIS 82 chains to a Iccust stump and sprout corner to same and south of i he corner of Carters 40 acre tract thence 2s i E IS 05 chains to a point in the middle of Broaddns branch thence with middle f said branch S 29 E LOG chains to in elm south bank corner said Broaddus heirs S 812 E 525 chains to i stone corner tosame and to 46 and 43 acre tracts of Carters and old call sycamore stump S 78 E 70 chains to a sycamore stump on north bank of branch K E 5 chains a point in C91 E 645 chains S 72 E 7 chains to a point mid way between sycamore and a honey locust standing about 15 ft apart on north bank of creek and corner to Adams thence leaving the creek and Nith Adams N 16i W 10 chains N I4i N 547 chains N 22i W 621 chains t black walnut and locust growing tc ether corner to same and W II Wa with same S 87i W 4 80 chains to locust on north bank of drain and at head of same N 481 W chains to a locust thence west passing to 46 and 48 acre tracts of Carters land at 5C6 chains in all 3216 chains a point at the east edge of branch corner to same and Chas Ballew thence down the branch S E 450 chains to a point on east side E chains S 3 E 7 63 chains to a point t forks of branch thence up right hand branch with meanders S 53f W 32 chains S 38i W 366 chains S 26J 1130 chains S 47 2 53 chains to beginning 2023 acres Said sale is made for the purpose of dividing the proceeds among the and other heirs at law of J B Carter as set forth in former herein and said land will be as a whole The foregoing was taken from a report of herein TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to the undersigned special Commissioner for said pur money bearing 6 per cent per annum from date of sale until having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may if notpaid at maturity A lien also be retained upon the land for the payment of the purchase money J M ROTHWELL SpEcial Master Comr Garrard CourtL Walker Attyfor Plaintiff Aug 4th 1910 CARTERSYILLE Mr Darris Russell is very sick this place attended the at Berea last week Miss Ida was the west of her Mrs Parson from Saturday till Mr and Mrs P L Dees were the of Mr and Mrs Joe Boraa Sit COURT Gar its above case two fur and is north poles 6 to f the said I for IOU they alien arrard waters of ded 5 with 1195 Ga 9 ft stump nn to the IIi to middle N the ker black corner to 251 S 121 525 9 w W the boundary six chase paid issue will sold Circuit Severalfrom fair Hurt sister guest Defendants the Commissioner a i icing as owe a widow judgments sold survey Interest This Monday Rev F D Palmeter filled his regu lar appointment at this place Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs D M Carter and children were guests of Sir and Mrs Edd Smith Sunday As administrator of the estate of B- TSwope deceased I will on the remisesabout 2 miles West of Bry the fishers ford road on WEDNESDAY A FJGTST 31 1910 sell to the highest and best the following property to wit shares of stock in the Bank of Bryants ville 10 head of Sheep 4 Stears 10 Milch Cows 2 Heifers 1 Bull I Bay Mule one lot of Bay Mare 1 spotted Ponev 1 Bay Horse 1 3rey Mule 5 Calves 1 fiveyearold Horse 1 Spring Wagon 1 Farm Wagon Har row Wheat Drill Harrows Plows aud numerous other farming mole ments one Rubber tire buggy and harness one Piano and Piano player household and kitchen furniture and other articles to numerous to men tion I will at the same time and place sell the farm belonging to the deceased B M Swope containing 252 acres This farm must be sold in or der that the proceeds can be divided between the heirs Sale will com mence at 10 oclock a m Terms made known on day of sale R K Swope Administrator of B M Swope deceased July 27 1910 Kentucky Fair Taylorsville August 9 I days August days Harrodsburg August 9 t days Vancebursr August 10 days Lawrenceburg August 16 4 days Shepherdsville August IT 3 days Broadhead August 17 3days Ewing August days Shelbyville August days London August days Erlanger August 24 4 days icholasville August days Fern Creek August 30 i days Hardinsburg August days Barbourville August days Hodgenville September days Falmouth September 23 4 days Florence September days days POSTEDnereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever s we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of thelaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice no M Farra Squire R Parsons- W S Ferguson Ed N B Price F Herring W A Price MrsP WKinnaird T A Elttin Thompson J W Sweeney Rice Jas Sutton Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels B Anderson H C Arnold G Anderson U C Hamilton j H Brown G Y Conn W Conn J G Conn G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co FORSALE For Cash or Produce We have all grades of coal 10 12 anti 14cts Give us a call before buying FOR SALE good Saddle Horse will trade for Cows i tur1ay night I istrafors Sale ntsvife on 5 l This 4t Union town 95 174 234 234 303 303 312 63 65 daysKentucky126 The undersigned warning E W S Fmbry S L Rich Z T D W T J Cheap at or H B Northcott kidder Hogs 79 Dates September Dave Mrs Coal J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Send your JOB WORK To The CRUnal Record J Jersey Bull Ilcniy Simpson 88421 Season 1910 J w SWEENEY H J TINLEY Count Surveyor PHONE 329J- omec over F G lIurts furniture tore Lancaster Kentucky W T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales ur references ARDBJ BenL w Morrow Graduate Optician GJuiles FItted Satisfaction Guarauteed Fs onnzy DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky BE Wni BURNETT Plwskon and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers ofQUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physican and SurgeonO- ffice Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 J E Robinson LAWYER Ml CMJNTY ATW1NEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning ard Pressing La dies and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fe Itf Faulkner JUgr GO TO HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street foi Jars lair Tmc Williws SOAP Huuing Baz irs a Specialty 25 years of excellence Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KENTUCKY Office Hours Office over m to 121 p a to 4 storms Drug Store JB F Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky CURE THE LUNGS JL E ICcRoberts Drug Store J I 11lusf I I J J II WALTER COUCH wnNlr1ili1 1 Slur aa TlilEKILL w Numq1l1fis1t1rM file 1- s1rJ1M1ATAM LrNf 1 IMLlt sllTii- lZEvZaDZ r PROGRAM OF ENTERTAINMENT ARRANGED FOR KENTUCKY STATE FAIR VISITORS ENGAGE BEST FREE ATTRACTIONS Pioneer Days in Kertucky Will Be Crowning Feature of the Pyrotech nic Display Each Night American people must have amuse inent and no set of men recognize the fact better than the officers and man agers of the Kentucky State Fair The round of pleasure at the eighth annual state fair to take place in Louisville September 12 7 will be as nearly con tinuous and complete as it Is possible to make it Secretary J W Newman has this season paid particular attention to what may be described as the purely amusement features for the forthcom ing state fair A contract has been closed with United Fairs Booking supply The Pass with the most novel and uptodate attractions that could possibly be assembled The usual precautions have been taken to insure the correct moral tone and cleanliness of the individual shows This amusement feature will be on such a large scale this year that it was found necessary to enlarge the area heretofore utilized as The Pass and that justly famcus avenue of mirth will be arranged in the shapo of a monster crescent with every inch of space along the avenue occupied by some new amusement concession The list of free attractions is a splendid one These offerings of tho fair management proved so popular last year that care was taken this summer to close contracts with the nest offerings the amusement market had to present A star feature will be the Wahahama Japanese troupe of a dozen or more tumblers and jugglers from the Land of the raising Sun The Japs will compete with Madam Louises Monkey Show Finks Trained Mules Morris and Morris Expert Tumblers and Slackey and Briede High Wire Artists Davenports Fancy Horses are to carry off the highest hon ors however among the free attrac tions This entertainment is nothing short of a threering circus which will be presented each afternoon and eveningThe of spectacular display will be enjoyed each evening in the fire works exhibition A contract has been closed with the worldfamous Pain and that noteworthy is now at work en a program especially for the State Fair The feature of the fire works display each night will be an original pyrotechnic production en titled Pioneer Days in Kentucky It is said that the services of over 150 men and women will be required to properly present the spectacle- In addition to the features already described there will be the races by day and the horse show in the pa vilion by night Negotiations are also under way with owners of other amusement enterprises and it is that the list of special will be largely increased before the opening of the gates of the 1910 fair TOBACCO ON DISPLAY Splendid Exhibit Planned as Feature for Kentucky State Fair A tobacco exhibit surpassing of the kind ever seen in is promised for the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 which will be held in Louisville the week of September 12 Wm Addams of Cynthiana will the member in charge of the exhibit F P Sebree of Carrollton is with an associate in E S Rees of Louisville The latter has been actively engaged for several weeks in the collection of the exhibit and an especially interesting display is promised from the dark tobaccc district Present indications point to an average Kentucky crop and ad vices received from those in charge of the work indicate that the indi vidual samples put on exhibit will b of unusual worth and the volume o exhibits will be the greatest in fair historyIn Burley types exhibits will be made of the crops of both 1909 and 1910 Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigarette Wrapper and Bright Trash types will be shown in each years class with premiums aggregating 35 hung up iu each instance Similar premiums arE offered for the dark tobacco exhibits entries being confined to the crop ol 1910 The following types are listed for prizes Austrian Leaf Black Wrapper Long or African Leaf French Leaf Italian Leaf Green Rivei Leaf and Stemming Leaf In addition to the prizes mentioned valuable sweepstake premiums are offered it all three classes The official sanction of Kentucky to the tobacco exhibit is illustrated in the donation of 100 by Commis sioner of Agriculture M C Rankin This money is distributed through premiums Every grower is invitee to compete for one or more of premiums and each will be supplied with whatever information is desired upon communication with either superintendent in charge or the See retary of the State Fair Staffers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant com pound like Bucklens Arnica salve will instantly relieve a bad burn cut scald wound or piles staggers skeptics Bnt great cures prove its a wonderful of the worst sores ulcers boils fel oils eczema skin eruptions as also chapped bands sprains and corns Try it E McRoberU 1m t MERRY MOMENTS EVERYBODY expected probable attractions anything bE superintendent the the 25c at i Jb J FR Cato consisting Kentucky America healer B STONE Tobacco crops are improving Mr C S Sanders is improving- C M Moberly bought from Thomas Tapp one sow and pigs Robert Simpson bought one horse from Robert Long for 115 Mr Walter Fain bought from Jim M it thewstwo calves for 25 M Claud Stone of the West is the guest of his father Mr J F Stone Misses Beatrice Sanders and Nannei visiting at Crab Orchard Mis Lucy Martin of Lexington and Russ are visiting C M Mob erlyMrs Mary Fain entertained a num ber of at dinner in honor of her guests of Hi Struck a Rich Mine- S w Bends of Coal City Ala says he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr Kings New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney altar 12 years of suffering They are the best pills on earth foi Malaria Headache Dyspep sia Debility 20s at R E eats im Mr and Mrs Wesley Parson visited Mr Coy Price of Chapel Sunday Mr George Raney of Buckeye spent a few days with his sister Mrs Lem Iveus Mrs Bunch Ray Pattie and little Egin visited Mr and Mrs Mose Ray last Thursday Miss Hattie Ray was the guest of Misses Lida and Ethyl Simpson Satur day and Sunday Mrs Callie Ray and son Elx spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Freymond Prather of Cot tonburg entertained a few of friends Those present were Misses Veruee and Lettie Ray Verna Sebas ton and Mr Asby Hendron of Cotton burg Saturday and Sunday Mr Owen East who has been very ill is reported better Miss Virna Sebastin spent night with Miss Texie Azee Miss Dona Mae East is visiting her sister Mrs Will Harden of Nineveh Lid Mrs Smith Hurt spent ui ht with her brother Mr Owen EastMiss Texie Agee spent Saturday night with Miss Lillie Murphey of Buckeye Mr and Mrs Tom Emmons and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Daniel East Mr and Mrs Joe Hendren and little of Madison county spent Satur day night with tier parents Mr and Mrs Farris Agee- A pleasant surprise was given Sun day at the home of M and Mrs Travus Casey in honor of their son Jesse It was his twentieth birthday sod a large number of his friends were present BUENA VISTA Miss Jennia Lane is visiting in Lex ington Master Randolph Scott who had his arm broken improving Miss Mabel Scott is assisting Miss Ison as teacher at Bryan tsville M and Mrs Victor Ruble the fair at Danville last week James Spiilinan of Harrodsbunr was here for a few days last week Mr John Lane wife and Ii tie son visited relatives at Lexington this weekMrs Will Swope of Bryantsville has been the guest of her sister Mrs J W Lane Mrs John Poor has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Ed Ballard tear Stanford Mr and Mrs Will Scott attended the funeral of Mrs Kitty King at Burgin Monday Miss Abbie Wicxmore and Mr G M Coughter of Cincinnati have been f Skinner cArr BE SEPARATED See Lancaster Peeple Have Leaned Hew t Get Rio rf Beth Backache and kidney ache are twin brothersYou separate them And you cant get rid of the backache until you cure the kidney ache If the kidneys are well and strong the rest of the system is pretty sure to e in vigorous health Means Kidney Pills make strong healthy klndeys George Wright Stanford St Lan caster Ky says I have never known of a better kidney remedy than Duaus Kidney Pills Last fall my back ached a great deal and my kid neys were badly disordered The secretions were scanty and pain ful in passage I fortunately had Doans Kidney Pills brought to my attention and getting a box at Fris bies Drug Store i began their use They relieved me promptly and la for the benefit I received I am willing that my name should be used iu recommending them My advice to all sufferers from trouble is to give Doans kidney Pills a trial For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co New York sole agents for the Uuiied States Remember the name Doansr and take no other 81221 Goodloe are THy Constipation Ida reater TEATEIlSYILLE Sunday I on the Miss Lucretia kidney I i wp 4 L 1 friends Trouble M lob Loyd hit Wednesday little daughter spent attended return kidney Buffalo i KENTUCKY STATE FAIR There Will Be Trotting Pacing and Running Races Daily at the Ken tucky State OUR FAIR In addition to the county fair that can all lay claim to as being a part of our possessions the Kentucky State Fair at Louisville September 1217 to us as much as to any people in the state Every Kentuckian should regard this as in a sense his fair It represents what Is being done all over the state just as the county fair shows what is being done in each county in the way of agriculture live stock and general advancement and is a com bination of the various county fairs not only of Kentucky but a great many states There are represented at this exhibition a comparison of the live stock etc produced in the va rious states The various state fairs are growing in magnitude each year and the attendance is increasing as every one desires to know what is be ing done in other parts of the state and country we belongs air The Kentucky State Fair Rivals All Others in the Variety and Class of Horses Exhibited DOGS OF HIGH DEGREE The exhibit of collie dogs at the Kentucky State Fair which begins in Louisville on September 12 will be a particularly pleasing one Already the list of entries is large and the prizes are the best ever offered The rules of the American Kennel club will govern the collie dog show and these rules may be had on application to Secretary J W Newman Louisville Kentucky A Blue Ribbon Winner at the Ken tucky State Fair Tenting on the Lawn It is expected that many Ken tuckians will take advantage of the opportunity to spend an entire week at the State Fair which will begin in Louisville on September 12 The beautiful wellshaded and fair grounds offer an inviting spot for camping parties as was evidenced last year It is reported at the head quarters of the State Fair in Louis ville that numerous inquiries have al ready been received from visitors whc plan to camp out on the grounds foi all or part of the fair week wellwater- ed An Angora Goat Exhibited at the State Fair For catalogue entry blanks or any information regarding the Kentucky State Fair address J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building Louisville Ky Mans Work and Personality A mans work If It is worth while Is always larger than he Is The breadth and bigness of it expels the consideration of himself He can think of nothing but the goal The Wright brothers became the leading aviators of the world because they worked most of the time Instead of talking about work They were by failure They did not their energies In several lines pi but they did Just one thing and BO they succeeded effort 2 Kentucky undaunted scatter av rSXt The Fountain That Never Runs Dry Time was aid not many summers ago when the sodafount in was instenilicaiit affair A small upright marble cabinet which held a few syrups a metal nt zze at the that supplied the carbonated water that stirred up the syrups and an icebox on the side composed the fountain Strawberry orange lemon vaiiila and a few otier 11 ivors compris ed the repertoire ot beverages ed by the proprietor or the boy who swept up the drugstore flor TIo mint did not have to work over time toturu out the nick t Is aid dine that were spent on Ii Bat today the sucsrountan is a work of art in marble and plateglass Some fount ins if taken outside their regular habitat would adorn most beautiful parks Their warble coun ters cost small fortunes in themselves The glass plates that glitter behind them are insured for hundreds of dcl 1 irs The broi Zi and marble statues that crown thse masterpieces of and growing business could Hud a place in seme artgalleries Che maki ig of these ing over turning temples the thirst f idtiuty million Aiueticans is dune by expert marble en tars anti polishers wet experts in metal and glass The preparing of formulas for the bever iges taxes the ski 1 of chemists and extract makers The sodafountain has indeed be some the national thirstquencher From the time when the first robin chirps until the fall of the first 11 eke of snow the American people throng eagerly around it If the Mississippi River were to go dry sudderly on the first of May and all the sodafountains in the United were turned into it many boats could still navigate its rurflivoredwaters Should all the fountains in the land shut down for a single day during a hot spell in June or July a groan of agony would go up trrm parched America The halfdozen or more 11 ivors that were first known t the druggists and consumer have been multiplied by a hundred Every drink that can ap pease the palate is served with sur prising neatness and quickness The expert sodadispenser can pass out an angle wing Black Hawk sundae a Calcutta lemonade or a blood or ange frappe as rapidly as he can a glass of soda To date standard formulas prepared and approved by the scientific men in the business number over a thousand Every frut grown is used in the manufacture of drinks sundae and other concoc tions that bring joy to the thirsty soulThe literary schedules of the bever ages rival the hotel menus The names of drinks and dishes are printed and stenciled on cards and displayed in tempting array Sonic of the lar ger fountains change their leaders every day and the man who wants something more than pain scda can give a different order every time and then not begin to exhaust the list Mere sodavater itself has been sup planted largely by offerings more sub stantial Eggs by thousands are used lOci some folks think their drink not complete without the yolk of an egg in it enough is sold to supply all the restaurants in d State Cantaloupes are kept on ice and sliced up aud served with cream on them With all its exterior beauty and in terior sweetness the sodafountain has attracted such a patronage that in many places it is forced to remain open all tile year In some of the stores December is the best month Intoxicants are never sold at reputable fountains The cocktail ometimes seen on the display cards Is altogether different from the cocktail served over the bar and would h scorned by is namesake The odafountain is thus a genuine Amer can instiution whose democracy is a thing beautiful to behold Harpers Culture Some people understand classical music so well that they hardly ever break in and applaud at the wrong RecordHerald Nearly all woman suffer sonic pain at times due to the ailments peculiar to their sex If your trouble is yet in a mild form take Cardui to prevent it becoming more serious If you have suffered long years get Cardui at once Use persistently and it will help you Mrs L Eels of NeW Hartford la was afflicted for 24 years She writes For the past 24 years I have been afflicted with womb trouble causing extreme pain in right side and back altogether making life a burden I tried doctors and various other remedies without relief Finally I be gan using Wine of Cardui Now I am entirely cured I cheerfully advise all women similarly afflicted to try Sold everywhere E44 n tip cia colate rll pens u rat Hiy sizz that qnech St Ites plain Ice ream the Unit department hardi timeChicago ThkOCARDUI nervousness Car- efuL t t anew Pain i w i Our chief aim from now to the later part of August is to Clean UpOUR Spring and Summer Stock i Prices will not be considered To turn the stock J into cash is the desired object G me in and 5 will see our AD means something f All Lingerie Dresses I off R H BATSON Lancaster Kentucky i i A IDI lit lH1IlipjJ TnnIi I III 1 i lfl I I III- III 111 III- it I I I I II I you I I iil r- II III I I l ii II r 0 iiJ UiAis it q readilyy Y a wOVV On the next STUDEBAKER Wagon you pass on the road Why arent they split and cracked like the ordinary wagon Because the ordinary wagon hub is nude from oak a wood that splits and Cracks very easily while Jiy agon Q Q s R hubs are made from aiem Bac Birch a very springy tough wood chemically treated with great weather resisting qualities Western birch is used by some manufacturers but it is even poorer than oak It is bioshy and will not stand the strain Studebake hubs cost more than any other hub on the market but they ar stronger and wear longer Another reason why you should buy a Studebaker from J R MOUNT SON CO GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 Prompt Delivery When you think of building see the Danville Lumber i Manufacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished Change of Firm Haveing bought out the interest of my Will Doty Jr I will continue to do at the old stand I am prepared to tlo all kind of Tinning and Plumbing at reasonable price and will appreciate a calL C D McCarthy Tin and Plumbing Shop OOC OCOOC I I I 2 XX XI I J OC oc i i OOCOOOOCOO I I I I business I I II JOOOOOOC OOOOC OOQOOOOOOO sX lI INN N NN partner H t We fully realize that if a great business is to be built up in any line it must be built in the Clear Light of day with clean hands and honest metheds open and above board No great success endures long on Mistakes or Misrepresentations We think if your Merchandise is worth selling at all it is worth selling for what it is and YOU reap the benefit by buying with us Remember for every dollar you spend you receive a dollar in return NO CHEAT and NO FRAUD We are showing our entire line of Spring Stuff at a very great reduction in order to make room for our enormous FALL LINE and can 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 The Joseph Mercantile Company jA II I I i 1 I M I I y- M1 I VI 1- H The Real Light f C I Out in theCounty v v A Budget o News from Various Points in Garrard Gathered by Energetic Reporters A C Hewitt of Georgia is a guest at the Simpson House Mr and Mrs Chester Fitch are in 2icholasville visiting friends Win J Price of Danville was in Lan aster Tuesday on legal buisness Miss Bettie M Dowel of La Grange is the pUastof the Muses Mount Mraud Mrs II ere vie itors at the Lexington fair Monday Arnold of Richmond visited Mr and Mrs W II Ward last week Mrs LJ Saidford and little son are visiting in KirksviJIe this week guest of Richmond friends the past week Mr Jes e Prat her left Monday for a mumps in Bloomington and Atlanta 111 Miss Uallie Brown left Wednesday for a visit to Dr and Mrs Eugene Brown of Stanford Mrs C C Brown and children have returned from a very pleasant visit to Eirljousville Miss Minnie Brown will be a visitor i1 Faretts cipMal this week and Win Fox Logan and Miss Edna Mason have been recent guests at Crab Orchard springs R L Davidson of Tulsa Oklaho ma is here visting his mother Davidson Miss Mattie Walker is at home after a recuperative stay at Battle Creek Michigan Miss Babel Browning of Winchester is the duet of Mrs Ethil Darnold Miss Bet ie West Mr Thomas of Flordja has been with his sister Mrs Samuel J ihnson fur a visit Mr and Mrs Wm Farnan of Oma ha are with Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson for a visit Messers R L Elkin and John M Farra have been enjoying a rest at Dripping Springs Val Cook is enjoying a week at Crab Orchard the guest of his Mrs E L OwMey Master Robert Hagan and sister Eli zibeth are spending the week with their uncle in the country Mr Alex Walker and family went to Lexington Thursday in their auto to attend the Blue Urass fair Miss Jennie Terrill of New Rich mond Ind has been visiting Miss Lillian Cochran for a few days Miss Lillian Cochran will attend a house party in Lexington next week at the home of Mrs John Young Harry Robinson of Danville came up Saturday for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Thomas B Robinson JIlSS Cochran attended a house partv in fiicijnipnd last week given by Misses Mary Lack Mrs Jacob Joseph Is expected home M I f Eu enl tay MIS- Carry Arnold grandmother 1 I J f i 1 Z Lillian 1 I eYe rIleP1 1- t r Clay Sutton theNi t L I j u r fairyr i r ands r I i 4 i and Alma r I this week from a protracted visit to j her p irents Mr anb Mrs Fox of Eaton OhioMrs John Francis was in Fayettes capital last week Mrs Joseph Faulconer of Danville is here visiting friend Malcolm House has returned from a visit to Stanford Mr J B Soper has accepted a posi tion with the L N R R Co Miss Jennie Ward left Monday for a visit to Texas and other points Perry Browning Jr of Winchester is visiting his friend Burnam Wes Miss Ophelia Walker of Stanford has been visiting Mrs Omar Beazley Miss Evelyn Moss of Atlanta is the guest of Mr and Mrs E Moss Mr R S Brown mace a business trip to Lexington and took in the fair Lou Myers accompanied a tu the Crab Orchard Mr WMiam F Miller has accepted a position in Mr W D Walkers gro cery Miss Evelyn Moss of White Plains Ga is visbing h r cousin Mr WaIte E MossMr Mrs Frank B Marksbur were visitors at the Blue Grass fai Tuesday Miss Margaret Mount is at horn from a visit to Mrs Logan Woods ot DanvilleMr W Smith has returned from a two weeks pleasure trip ii Michigan E C Gaines and Miss Annie Royston are at home after a stay at Estill springs Mrs J R Mount attended the tiiven in Danville by Mrs Richard T Lowndes Mr A C Robinson at home after a pleaseut visit to his daughter Mrs J B Paxton of Stanford Captain Wm Herndon was in Lex Monday with his son Leslie Ilermlon and took in the fair Miss Sallie TiIctt left Thursday for a visit to Mr and Mrs Luther Foley of Lexington and to enjoy the fair Mrs E T Minor has returned to her home in Louisville after visiting ter biter Miss Elizabeth Johnson Dr and Staughton of Coving ton were visitors of Editor and Mrs Louis Landram of Danville Tuesday Mr Milton Ward has returned from a trip at Penninpton Gap and other Virginia points where he visited his father Miss Katherine Arnold one of the best nurses in the city of Louisville has accepted a position at the New HospitalMrs B Cox of Lancaster and Mrs S E Eason of Burgic spent last Fri day in Danville with Mr and J T Eason Miss Lottie McRoberts was an honored guest at the Reception given the past week by Mr and Mrs Brutis Clay of Richmond Misses Eizabeth McDurmot of St Louis and Bertie Jean Penny of Stan ford are visitors of Misses Edna and Martha Kavanaugh Mesdames Osee Huffman and Theo dore Cowherd of Louisville came Mrs W Sadie nt Sanitarium I Mrs i i1 ton I Mrs I I Mrs I S Miss pain re- Ception V y V A Thursday for a visit to Mrs M D Hughes and other relatives Mrs M M Taylor is with herdaugh ter Mrs C C Brown after a pleasent trip to Washington D C and Atlantic CityMrs Joseph Faulconer and sons Forman and William left Monday for their home in Middlesboro after a visit to Mrs Jennie west Misses Ella Mae and Nancy Lee Hagan have returned home after a very pleasent visit to their aunts at Silver Creek and Richmond Judge Homer W Batson one of the best Lawyers at the Louisville bar was here the first of the week for a visit to his father Mr R H Batson Mr Thomas Arnold of Florida and and sister Mrs Samuel Johnson have been recent guest of their niece Mrs Richard Newland of Stanford S G Haselden and R H Batson and wife made an auto trip to McKin ney the past week and were guest of Mr F M Ware of that place Miss Meneryia Cox of Lancaster Miss Sadie and Niua Hamilton of Louisville were entertained last week by Miss Barpra Eason of Danville William Middleton a farmer his county was married to Miss Ella Crazier of Lincoln the cermony oc uring at the home of W L Frazier Miss Emma Wilkerson who has een visting Mrs C D Powell left Luesday for a stay in Lexington before returning to her home in lit Sterling Judge M H Mabry wife and little HartonWashburn Mnbryof Talle hassee Fla are expected this week for a visit to Mr and Mrs T J Dr N N Grant Mrs Grant and son Owsley Grant of Louisville made a motoring trip through Lancaster the past week and were guest Wm R Cook Miss Minnie Gulley for a visit to her sisters Mesdames Ollie Potts of Richmond and A C Green of Lexington as well as to attend the Blue grass fair Mr Sam Haselden wife and two children Messrs J W and GB Swinebroad composed an auto party to Lexington Wednesday to attend the Blue Grass Fair Mrs Samuel Cotton gave an elegant dinner to a few friends Tuesday in honor of Mrs Miles of and Misses Nell and Tom Roswell of Louisville Mr and Mrs W T Woolfork of Lexington came over Saturday and attended Elder P J Spencers meet ing Sunday While here they were guests of Mrs W Ross Bastin Mrs T J Price entertained hand somely Saturday afternoon for T J Price Jr About twenty schoolmates partook of the hospitality of young Mr Price The honor guests were Joseph Rogers home from a Maryland College and J C Hemphill of Louis villeMiss Gracey May Cochran enter tained at her beautiful country home in honor of her guest Miss Edna Berkley The feature of the afternoon was a rose contest the prize being won by Miss Martha Tinder after which deliijtful refreshments were served on the lawn Mr A B Brown Sr has returned from a visit to his daughter Miss Allie R Brown at Louisville Mr I o f on Price ofMrs leftSunday Elm Lillard I M Lexington Owing to the rain and muddy grounds at the Fair we had to call our CHINAMEI demonstration and Graving Contest off But to give our Customers the benefit of it we will hold it each Saturday for thenext three weekson t August 6th 13th and 20th at Our Store and to the lady making the best grain we will give as a prize an entire room outfit of CHI NAMEI Prizes to be given each Saturday night Contest free to all So come and try for it FRISBIES DRUG STORE t I iIa I i J1ifiJf a JJitIlliI I j f ri J 1 f S i f Y Brown was accompanied to Louisville by Miss M A Stephens who spent several days with Miss Brown and is now yisting Mrs W S Holman at her summer horns Veraestau Aurora Ind Miss Lula Campbell of Gainsville Texas Mr Tom Dunn of Forthworth Texas Misses Ella Dunn Josiphine Dunn Nancy Dunn Mr Will Baugl man Mrs H W Dunn Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville and Mrs J C Hemphill and son of Louisville have been enjoying a house party at the home of Mr and Mrs Curt Robinson The following people attended the Blue Grass fair at Lexington Wednes day Mr and Mrs Joe E Robinson Mrs Jno Anderson Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs Jas Dalton and brother Geo Sudeth Messrs W R Burton J Y Robinson A D Ford Chas West Bristo Conn and John W R Cook and Capt Elkin YOUlL FIND IT IN COLUMN ew cakes that Currey sells I am standing my Jersey bull for 100 cask L Elkin Just opened a frfsh lot Lowneys Candy l3j4tt R Zimmer The weather js bake cakes so buy them froi Cjirfey tf 34tf J Be sure a one of cakes this week tf Too many bugKierf I must reduce my large stock get a bar gain W JJRoifiaiu 729tf If you want wagon or har ness fcan get them cheap at 729tf Come Now i a first class buggy cheap gtfey are going fast 729tf Wf J Romans Lost During book with m e fairf a pocket Now is the tiine to buy an Old Hickory to wheat 729tf W J Romans Dont Old Hickory er than any Wagon on the market 729tf Romans Yov fa Please call by yto pay your Bill for if you dont how do you ex pect Bill to i his Bill Please do not delay but pay your account at once Miss RelJa Arnold The late improvement on the Old Hickory places It in the lead of all other wagons 729tf Romans AigKt EuMUtMIS The examination for appointment to the Richmond Normal School will beheld August 13 in my office The last examination this year for white teachers will be held August 19 and 20 and for colored teachers August 26 and 27 Jennie Higgins Supt Ler Fr Sale On next County Court day Mon day August 22nd 1910 oclock in the afternoon we sell at outcry the Court in the Lumber by association may inspect same at the grounds Also to state that any claims against Fair association must be to me at once R Jb Elkin Sect What a Pity Persons who have lost pet dogs be neath the wheels of recklessly driven automobile will feel greatly pained to learn that a Forest HOI scorcher ran over his own bull pup last Saturdoy i I Gill Kinnlard lIDS I-I I Try Fresh atZimmers C ou uggy W J Romans J you nt me I it and in checks Wf frey uncap wall dellv r your forget the wagon Is and runs light W J Acc is J IIll n W J at wo w public i front of house La caster all owned he air Any prospec Iv buyers r wish the 853t I I V tke 1- TR toa otto Los eytf C dy 7try reys can 7200 l ronger ag presented 1ewark News ti Sheep gain In clover Plant young mediumsize trees Every farmer should Improve his land The strawberry will thrive in a great variety of soils A ration rich in protein is the only ration fit for the brood sow A wheel hoe is a very good paying investment for any one who has a gardenUnleached wood ashes sown broad cast in the orchard will prove Start the milk with the thumb and finger If the colt is not very strong or if the udder is at all hard Dust the climbing roses with sul phur early In the morning while the i dew is on to prevent mildew A cool well ventilated pen Is ideal but it must be free from drafts or you will surely have trouble The ground is a bank in which the farmer invests manure seed tilling time had thought All are Important There is no better or cheaper place to develop a young horse and put him in proper shape for market than on the farm Sweet corn may be canned and kept through the winter but it requires considerable time and patience to cook it properly Two drones cost as much to raise as three workers and after they are raised they keep on eating while the workers labor for you Good roads contribute much toward rural development The money spent upon building and maintaining roads returns in splendid dividends Difference in individuals to produce maximum flow of milk should prompt every dairyman to weed out his animals as early as possible A good bee smoker rightly used i necessary to handle bees as by its use one can subdue them so that they may be handled with few if any stings Unless the owner Is a thorough fancier and has time and facilities for keeping them unmixed the keeping of more than one variety is exasperating and seldom profitable Make birdhouses and thus secure the presence and esteem of these active Insectdestroyers Also protect every toad and try to keep a few about the home place When a hen is through setting burs all the old nest material disinfect the nest box and give it a coat of liquor licekiller to make a good job of it and then put in fresh material Cottonseed meal at 160 per is better and cheaper to feed with corn to dairy cows than oil meal at the same price or than bran at even as low as 1 per hundred weight After the hay has been in the mow a few weeks the leaves become and when the hay Is handled for feeding purposes break off and go to waste This waste is far greater than generally realized by most farmers Keep some kind of a crop growing In the garden the enire season If nothing else is done sow wheat or rye on the vacant places to keep weeds from springing up and maturing Weeds ripen In a very short they are allowed to grow Soil Is composed of minute particles of disintegrated rock These rock par ticles contain chemical substances These substances must be in solution Hence the first great office of is to conserve heated moisture In the soil to aid in making soluble eral plant food The greatest profit In raising Is secured by a welldirected method of dividing the colonies when In a proper condition to do so and re straining their instincts as far as may b to swarm when the circumstances are unfavorable of colonies beneficial I inferior tender seedS I icultiva- tion S mIDI Isurround- ing r cse 1 Ii e hundredweight f 9 WALTER A WOOD J The Best and Most Durable Made JohnDeereBuggies j 1 Brown and Deere Cultivaj 1 tors j See the New Deere Sweep Rake Nothing made like it Standard Binder Twine can be used on all Binders All goods outside the Trusts J R Mount Son Now is your chance for a rtImr fi Mowers and Rates m ail II YGYmYffiY YG1 l0 01 J IHfAP i Binders o 1 Co- D BUGGIES I am cutting prices on bug gies right and left Don fail to get one while they are SO CHEAP W J Romans Too busy this week to write an ad We are making GLEN LILY AND WHITE HOUSE r Garrard Milling Company Phone 47 I iYffJJf6Jl xSX r v i oV lISJ 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 i I I I FLOUR II 111111111 I 111II I 1IIIIILlII II I I I e exTm1- Z s Sale f LaM GA RRARD CIRCUIT COURT W B Cook Plaintiff vs Caroline Anderson Etc Defendants In obedience to a jidemeiit of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered aL iti iccuiar Jlue 1110 lerui in ihcabove btyleii case 1 as uastei CuiimiisMoner of said court in siid case vviii tn Monday August id bjiwceii ten oclock a in and p iu it beintf the rejulir Comity Court d i ni Garrrard county fur mouth heii to the highest and bes bidder ui the courthouse door in Lancaster Gdirard county Kentucky herein after described real estate Said rea estate lies in L caster Grtrrard County Kv and is describe as follows Situated arid beinn tint portion nl the town of Lancaster Kv known a jMincintmvii in Garrard County and a pait of the lot conveyed t Jlauipton Anderson bv Henry Masons lisirs by deed of record iu the Garrarc Clerks olliee in need No 15 paJelMS Iud dated March IS 1801 and is bounded on the smith bv Jor Johnson west by Louis Burham i the north by Louis Burhaw and ot the eat by the street Said sale is made for the purpose o paving the indebtedness going to W 11 Cook and costs of this action SxH c ss amount a im x imtely on the diy of sale to SlsOSf Sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be re q iorl to execute hud with good sr to Ute Master Ooninmsione for purchase uiouev bet jug inter est at the rate of six pr cent per ui nuni from day of sate till p H upoj wliicli hind extcuHnn may ism if iw paid at maturity said bcid havinj cftVct of a judgment A Jsen will be reteiinpd upon the laud fo the payment of tIC purchase money WTWILLIAMS- Mister Conimissijiicr Garrard Circui CourtJ E Robinson Alty for Plaintiff August 2 1U10 Commissioners Sale GAKIAID cincciT COUKT John A Wood Plaint iff vs E C Cheathain Defendaut In obedience t a judgment the Gar rard Circuit Court ieideitd at it June 191 tenn in the abnvcatylei ease 1 as MaMcr Cuiiuuhfrioiier u said cuuit ii Mil I cae will on Mon day August i 1110 between ll oclock a m and 2 oclock p m it being the regular comity couit day ti Garrard county for said uiciith stl to the highest 1ilder at the court house di or in Lancaster Garrarr county Ky the hereinafter deacrib c property or so much thereof as ma be necessary to raise the plaintiff debt interest and casts Said person al property to be sold as follows 1 gray hose live years 1G1 hands hich known as the Baughmau horse 1 gray horse 15 hands high seven year old known the Joe Lee horse 1 black h irs f ur years old 15J hand liiyh 1 sorrel mare seven years old loj nands liijrh nuvn as the mart Itwohnrse wagon Studebake make and setS of double harness fo same 1 surrey 1 blirsrv said surrey and bucgv b inir of Eistman make one double s t Inrness far said las two vehicle two ctiws of Durhanr breed live years old and twenty shnaK sale is made for the purpose ol paving John A Woods debt interes and cost aiiMimtinu on day of sale to approximately 821415 Sale will b made on credit of six months will interest at pr cent per annun from d v of sale 1 1 paid Puicliase must gjvfi bond with good surety It Mister Commissioner for purchas price W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cull Court J E Robinson Atty for Plaintiff Augusts 1910 Commissioners ale of Laud GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT June term 1910 James Pollird Others Piffs vs Myrtle Caldwell Others Defb By virtue of a judgment ot the Gar rard Circuit rendered at itJune term 1S 10 in the above styled case 1 on MONDAY AUGUST 22nd 1910 before I he court House door in Lan caster Kv if beinir the first day ol the August term of the Garrard Coun ty Com t sell lo the hhhest and besi bidder the following described erty in Garraid County Ky t wi A tract of land i i Garrard Couuti Kv on or near the new Danville pik and West of the City of Lancaster and is bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in line t Sauney Bourne and corner to lot Nu 4 thence running with Nns 4 and 1 h cij E 61 poles ton stake iu the middle of the braich thence down same 225 W 142 to a strike at abutment thence S 10 W 17 poles thence S 45J W 28 poles b 8 W 14i poles to a stake in middle of sair branch or cieek thence S 88 W 3 poles to a stake between two beeche rner Bourne thence lib line N 3 E 90 pulps to the bi innini containing 23 acres twenty thre acresThis is the same land that was con veyed to Robert Pollard W Me V Johnson Commissioner of the Gar raid onnty Court on the day 01 May 18 in divi i in of land sought bj Robert and others in said court from said Johnson l now of record in the Garrard Count Clerks fllce deed book pane This land will be sold as a whole m it is not susceptible of division and for the purpose of distributing the proceeds according to the respective rights Of tile part IOR TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six months bond with good security for the purchase money be re quired of purchaser pavable to the bearing six per cent inter est from day of so0 tl naid JNO W MILLER W I Wlliams Attorney for Puffs I have just opened up a new clean on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me Clean Tools Sharp Razors Close Attention t JOHN DUNCAN f I L HI 10 f tJ cluck said hook and runty t1 the force and s C Sid ix Court ill PlOp poles to h a Iffl The ticed c n theGarrard BarberShop I LIt jflt I tic d1J i 1ie stone Siuney Poll undersigned S Farm and Stock It is just as easy to speak kindly to a horse as to swear at him Its asafe guess that a horse refuses whole corn has something wrong with his teeth IMIie horse must be kept in the barn duiiig hot weatier keep all the doors and windows wide open Accumulated refuse in the means diseased hens in the poultry business is cs ertial Wellfed chicks generally jtiy at home and so dont cause neighbor hood quarrels by digging up all the gardens within reach The loss of the corn crop of Oklaho na by hut winds is estimated to be tim in value A serious oss for a young State Do not let your Irish potatoes re remain in the ground until dry rot fun gus gets started on the tubers Dig md house them for use The place to 1sok for lice on turk ys is on the quills on tops of wings SLit and grease put on on a sunshiny lay will kill thorn A ten doHar bill often stands in he way of a mans getting a goo am The right kind of a ram makes endollar bills for his owner Change the diet occasionally as other animals like hiinge and their appetites wil be better if given a new meal fre inently Occasionally when breaking eggs for home use clots of blood will he noticed in the eggs This is caused nyinternal hemorrhages which arc the result of some inllamat ion The TouHe can be remedied by feeding plenty of green food and not so much inimal food in order to allay the in Young pigs have each his teat fanrly feast and he jealously guards it by giving an iLtmder harp quick blow on the snout It veil be noticed when time mother suckles her pigs they are all present f in health But if one becomes il mud does not occupy his place the hers soon rob him and leave him to starve How High Can Corn be Fed Profit Since the advance of corn to pies ent high prices there has been wide pread discussion as how high a price can be paid for corn to feed for hogs Iud still make money on hogs sass the Duroc Bulletin There are some vho claim that when corn reaches 70 ents a bushel no money can be made n hgs fed on corn Thise this claim probably nean that there is no prulit in hogs if ted on 70cent corn alone and if that is what they mean they ate correct nit the southern farmer does iced to use corn alone for the south s bout tlfully blessed with other feeds that call be used in connection vithcorn at even 70 cents and higher mud with the comLiuaLion there iv v ill money in hog raising Anyhow it is not to feed corn lone tu hogs any more than it is a human being on a diet excln ively of corn pone for six inontlis Mau likes a change iu diet and so does a lug Tiie hog in his wild state free to make bis own selection of food feeds on roots nuts grasses and other life sustaining things nature provides ind if he cannot get as fat as hogs iow demanded by the he in feood flesh and has the frame ind flesh foundation on which to lay fat The domestic hog has inherited irora his ancestors the tendency It elect his own ration from a variety of tr tides and when he is enclosed in i pen and confined t one feed he is pre vented from attaining the highest The bog needs variety and if corn Iocs reach 70 cents a bushel if it is ombinod with other and less expen foods it can be used in feeding ions as a finisher and money can be made by the raiser FARMERS COLUMN space below this heading is for the exclu lye use of our farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grniu and such things on Lana us the farmer cannot afford to adver tise No notice will be accepted over four lines cud will 1 e ouly in two issues of the RECORD free of charge For nice red caw and calf W RCoojr have at all times 2 or 3 good horses to sell cheap R E L Murphy Paint Lick R R 2 For good twoyearold milk cow giving about three gallons per day J F Higgins Paint Lick R F D 2 For Sale 1 good brood mare with good mare price 20000 S H Aldrich Hyatsville Ky Phone 339 N FOR SALE Tvo fine Jersey cows with calves John W Miller Strayed from my place about AUK lit 2 shoats one red and one black weighing about 75 pounds each In formation will be gladly received Mrs Garrett Wood hen- house CI an lines OUOO 000 fut ore 1O the no mal ket ceps ossi ilities ive ho uuuuc U HH 1 1 J II to a IOK 1 I J C llOOO S leA ForSale1 SaleA muleat SIde fi JR R uinna ion making bet teed Teachers Institute The Joii t County Teachers Insti tote will DB held in Danville begin ling August 29 Supt M A Cassidy of Lexington and Miss Lelia E Pat ridge of Richmond have been chosen instructorsI orders fiom State Superintendent Regetutein to re voke the certificate of any teacher who fails to at end this institute 8 54t Jennie Hiiibius Supt The Cost of living A young lady who taught a cliss of small hays in the Sundayschool desir ed to impress on them meaning of returning thanks before a meal Turn to one of the class whose father was u deacon in the church she asked William what is the first father says when he sits down to the tablelie says Goslow with the butter its 40 cents a pound replied the youngster LIVE STOCK MAHKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Ang 10 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts BIS 421J Shipments 45 130S 3M CATTLE Shippers G r 85 hotelier steers extra 25 6 Good to choice 5 i5 CO Common to fair 005 00 Heifers extra 5 10 5 2 Good to choice 4 2 5 00 Common to fair 1 OCG7o Cows extra 1 04Good to choice 4 450 Common ro fait 2 00 3 75 Canners 0a W Bulls bolognas 7 t8jl l Extra liS rat bulls I 105 00 CALVES extra C 7o 8 7 Common and large 4 0 7 25 HOGS good packers and butchers 8 85 J W Mixed packers S 75 S l 5tags 7 Common to choice heavy fut sows f 75 7 it shippers U 15 9 25 Piss 110 lbs und less 00 9 2 SUKEl extra 4j Good to choice 50 i Common to fair 1 753 2r LAMtS extra 3 83 7 C Good 5 75 G 75 Common to fair 4 00 5 5o CHEESE BOX MADE USEFUL HomeMade Contrivance Strengthened- by Metal Hcop Proves Very Effective as Press I have a very useful device which made from a cheese box writes Mrs H IJeneilan of Nebraska in Farm ad Home I bored a number of I II the ill him kids IS i 5 2 J fit Fair to good I G tiC lght Ii 10 choice S thing your a A Homemade Cheese Press small holes In the box removed both the top and bottom and strengthened it by putting a metal hoop around it I put the cheese inside of this casing and place it on a block that has a groove in it to let the whey run off at one side On top of the cheese I place a round block of wood and across this is laid a long board which is attached to the wall at one end and has a weight on the other This serves as a cheese press and proves very Clean cows mean clean milk Keep the calf pails scrupulously cleanCows are gentle unless they are abusedThe successful lairyman must be a successful salesman Possibly the high price of butter is malting dairy cows higher Every cunce of food you put into a cow is turned into something You cannot get 11 pounds of out of ten pounds of food Ccntamination of the milk in the barn may kill somebodys baby in the cityThe cows that drop their calves this month should be well protected from the heat and flies The treeless or shadeless pasture is one form of inflicting cruelty to doi mestic animals A domesticated cow is not apt to be vicious unless she has been raised amid vicious surroundings Dairying is the salvation of poor soil But its better to use it as a preventative than to have to use it cure Take especial pains to keep the clean in which the calves are fed Hot sun and dirty pails make serious troubleDeath to babies sometimes lurks in the dirty milk can and death to young calves is often concealed In filthy feed ing troughs No matter what some folks say cows need salt They ought to have at least three or four ounces each per day but the best plan Is to keep it where they can help themselves Secondary Dairying Secondary dairying is being prac tised by too many farmers When anything had tobe neglected it was always the dairy and for this reason the profits from their dairies have been small Where milking machines have been introduced they have in fluenced dairymen to clean up their lanns and take more pride In their work This naturally result in the production of cleaner milk and in some cases better prices Any practical which has a tendency to dairy conditions should be wel corned by the industry Milk Prices The wholesale price of milkfor June I has been fixed by the executive com mittee of the Philadelphia Milk Ship oera union at S cents per quart j j I j j j I effective Q T l t F tj 10 Q JftkljI I material I I as- a vessels I j will apparatus I I I Improve INOTLS rnaOOllFilCh I MJY r pr I A brood sow must be fed properly Kill Canadian thistles and quick grass Wheat bran and oats make strong bones in the colt The usual time required for churn ing is about 20 minutes Improvements furnish a few com forts and all something to admire Rub off the water sprouts between the thumb and finger as soon as they appearA man should never breed colts for he must be alert and on the job if he wishes to succeed Man Imitates nature By grafting schemes he improves on nature After that nature imitates man An attendant should be on hand at the time of birth for a little timely help has saved many a valuable colt Clean water pure air and sunshine are all free and they are necessary In the production of pure wholesome milk Filth and dampness are great hind rances The first fosters vermin the second brings most dangerous to fowls Watch for cabbage bugs and cab bage worms These insects usually cause trouble when the weather gets dry and food is scarce All of the corn ground should be manured or otherwise well fertilized for a large yield and no farmer should be content with a small yield Eternal vigilance Is the price of having the best so one must watch for Insect pests and be ready with in secticides and fungicides to destroy them The cows appetite is Important but It should not be abused As much harm comes from allowing her to eat too much as comes from not allowing her to eat enough It is a good plan keep all vegeta tion down around the hives so that it will not interfere with the flight of the working bees their hive and the feeding ground The best dairymen now practise In tenslve methods with their cows ma king them yield the greatest amount of milk possible by liberal feeding and the best of shelter and other care Geese may be picked every six weeks in warm weather but they must be well fed When they are picked often they do not lay as the growth of new feathers weakens and them Attractive flower beds add much to the charm of the flower garden Coleus salvia and phlox are well adapted for bedding purposes Plants may be bedded now if they are wa tered occasionally during summer Few sheep have as good care as they ought to have Too many farmers leave them to shift for themselves They cant do their best that way Make much of your sheep They are one of the best kind of property on the The day of feeding stock of any kind and especially sheep on the ground has gone by It was a most wasteful way Sheep will drag more hay out on the ground and spoil it for their own eating or that of any other animal than any other farm animal Racks are cheaper than hay The texture of butter depends on the animal partly on feed and partly upon the temperature of the cream when churned Cows that give the richest milk make the most solid butter In summer the feeding of a small quantity of cotton seed meal will help to make the butter firm Bisulphide of carbon on a piece of burlap or oakum thrown quickly down a pocket gophers burrow preferably when the soil is moist Professor Washburn Minnesota entomologist says has killed many pocket gophers in his experiment work He uses half a pint of bisulphide at a burrow All soils with a retentive subsoil should be tiift drained and work should be most perfectly planned and exe cuted Should water stand a few hours on the land a seasons crop may be lost Soil that is well drained will al low the heat and air to penetrate tor a greater depth and will withstand better than one that is not Adornment- To adorn ourselves seems to be a part of our nature and this desire seems to be everywhere and in every thing I have sometimes thought that the desire for beauty covers the earth with flowers paints the wings of moths tints the chamber of the shell and gives the bird Its plumage and ypu would be loved adorn yourselves If you would be adored be beautiful Robert G Ingersoll 4 or ailments t debilitates farm I I prought wives it t c l 1 I partly its song 0 daughters and SS II iV1e 1 7 I PRODUCTION OF MARKET MILK Highly Essential That Cows Be Clean as Dust and Dirt Adhering Fluid The health of the cows is the first essential in the production of good milk They should be In good condition and free from disease They should also be tested for tuber culosis by a capable veterinarian at least once a year and all reacting Contaminate I physical Practical Milkhouse animals removed The object of the tuberculin test is not only to safe guard the milk supply but to protect the herd from the ravages of this disease The feed of the herd should be wholesome anti the water supply should be protected from coutamiina tionDirt and dust adhering to the cows are responsible for most of the of milk It is therefore essential that the cows be necessarily washed every day and dried with a sterile towel but clean in a commonsense is free from accumulation of dirt and manure and thoroughly brushed If the hair on the udders flanks and tails Is clipped this will aid in keep ing the animals clean The cow stables should be free from contaminating surroundings and well drained An abundance of light is very important About 500 cubic feet of air space should be provided for each animal Proper ventilation will keep the air fresh and pure at all times A coat of whitewash twice a year will make the stable lighter and the air sweeter and will destroy countless germs The milkhouse should be located at a convenient place where there is good drainage A cement floor is very important and should be extended up on the sides at least inches or still to the window casings An inexpensive and conveniently ar ranged milkhouse as shown may be built to accommodate 25 to GO cows The building is divided into four room arranged to eliminate labor and at the same time to provide sufficient space for the appa ratus its operation and care The best location for the milkhouse would be about halfway down the length of the barn and 12 to 15 feet distant from it A door in the side of the barn at this point opening from a cross alley makes it convenient for the milkers and saves unnecessary time and travel A driveway should be placed between barn and milkhouse for bringing empty cans bottles fuel ice etc to the milkhouse and for loading milk upon the delivery wagon In one corner of the building a small is partitioned off tho floor of which is raised 24 inches above the main floor this room is entered from the vestibule The milk er takes the milk of each cow to this room where it is weighed recorded on time milk sheet and emptied tlirpijgh the funnel A which is with cheesecloth strainers and a hinged cover The milk passes from the funnel by gravity to a mixing tank md cooler B from which it empties into a can which is carried over to the bottle filler C for immediate or into shipping cans which may be placed in the pool built into the bottom of a refrigerator E If it is desired to separate the cream a steam turbine separator would be provided at N run by steam from the boiler The milkroom is so located that it is not necessary to enter it except to care for the milk thus making it easy to keep clean and cool and free from flies dust and other contamination contamination cleannot meaningthat ix better weigh room provided bottling unnecessary Floor Plan of Milkhouse A receiving funnel B milk cooler C bottle filler D refrigerator E cooling tank F sterilizer G itabcock tester H bottle washer I concrete sink J boiler K chimney L floor drains M sunning rack N Separator The utensils are a very important part of the dairymans equipment The cans and pails should be well built and made with a view to perfect and easy cleaning Profitable Cow A Nebraska Jersey cow produced cream during the year ending March 1 that sold for 250 Her feed cost around His Great Discovery Shallow reasoning Is not always confined to lower grade scholars They tell at Oxford university a student on being asked if he could mention any instance of special de sign in nature which ha had found out himself replied Yes the conforma tion of the nose of the bulldog Its nose is so retracted that it can hang on to its opponent and yet breathe freely But for this it would soon have to let so 100 that 1t iScPi THE SMALLEST SCUTTLE of oar free burning non kliuking coal will go as as the largest of the other kinds There are as many grades of coal as there are of eggs and to be sure of 11 far- i t t j1 1iI the best you should buy where only best is handled tell you Manufacturing WHY NOTHAVE YOUR fli m CMP p UB A M H hr JiAillD Office National Bmk of Lancaster Phone sr I J WAISJSU President J S Joitssox Vie Prest ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL BANK fc Of LANCASTER iTF CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O Riuxzr Ass Oashr C D WAIKSR Bookkeeper- J J WALKER Ju Assfc BaokKeeper Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTOKi5 J S Johnson J J T M ArnoM Al x Gibbs Lovis L Walkor C A Arnrvd fiarrard County Faers Institute at Court At m Meetinif called to order by J G Ulrtr Director Prayer by Kv E F Pterce Welcome Address 20 minutes by J X Denny Response 15 minutes by J CT Bruit iu40 in Election of Permanent Chairman and Serearyi 1100 a in Eke ion of one Delegate to attend the State Institute abo the Election of Crop Reporters for Garrard CountY Afternoon Session I 30 M order by CImruriu Soil Fortuity Tne FaruiTs Datv to 3Liintiiii and Increase it Preventing Soil Uusiii i The use ufFarm Manures and Commercial Fertilizers Crop Rotation W Ton J R Mount G M Patterson Cultivation of Corn Seed Selection Testing J G Blair Walter Muss W n Fain B F Hudson Germs or Bacteria and their Importance to the Farmer W Night Session 800Meeting called toorderby Chairman Why Agriculture should be Taught in Public School Miss Jennie higgins Supt Ron S D Cochran Developing the boy and how to keep him on the F rm Hltir W D Nicholls Denny AUGUST 25th 9 a m Meeting called to order by Chairman Prayer by Rev F M TinderHow to improve time wheat crop J G Blar W F Champ Dairy Profits in Kentucky Ilenly Battm W D XiehoHs Alfalfa and How to grow i JG Blair JasIHamiltoaInjurious Insects and Spraying W D IcluUs Robinson Afternoon Session I 30 called Chairman Miking Good Roads and How to Maintain J G t rir E R ibinson Julge A D Ford log cholera and how to Prevent it by the New Government Method Tuber culosis m cattle its Delectim by the Tuberculin Test its treatment W D Nicholas Noah Mircee Poultry Profits anti how to Increase Them J G Blair R L Elkiu COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS W T WEST J ADAMS J F BOURNE FO B EST W S EM B RY The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 la Attenaascs SIX BIG DAYS AND NSGHTS THIS OOOO In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL States Renarcss KthMtaJ DAILY RACES REWORKS Free Attractions UjHtadata Xltfwa- yHP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURtilSi AMUSEMENT mSTHUCTICM P1CF IT LOW RAILROAD RATES LOUISVILLE 2 iS I fut ISII That is right here as large coal users can ItI IlI I rI- I 11 SI III n DI I LIFE NOW i F t n a1 J t The ITIZEN it Bus l e s iE F FLdson Walker t M ouse fuu 24 1910 lOa uu h a can d t eo eo eo eo D Nicholls u D nn nun uJ G J Joe E to order by Jo STAPP UtI lAXD FrfiaL5r WiIAJI Par JCHte8111ft 6 17 many II iL1iWStGT Liiiiihr and iA2LY j I W6cnesdaU met img Increasing Meeting Them YEAR 4j 9 S p S 3ft r IL7- 1 A p NATIZIZO zxs 1 Iafeiffs rhIs lW Secrgbry32Q S 5As5 S S4S S Sc S