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THE CENTRAL RECORDFran Land ofN TWENTY FIRST YEAR PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1910 From The Land of low c 0 t TlC NUMEEB 19 K 1 S y- t tr PLUMBING AND uriTIUPHtAllllu Let us make you prices We are head quarters s for Galvanized roofing can furnish on short notice 8 Lancaster Ky krf Season Sale of 1 CLOTHESYou may have bought your summer clothes or not If you have bought and think you have all the clothes you want better think again you will find that you need one more suit when you see these If you havent bought you are in luck We do advise any one to wait as late as tillS for summer but if you have waited you get an extra benefit now be cause we are cleaning up our line of Hart Schaff ner Marx Summer Suits They are all fresh goods and guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded The only trouble with them is that they are not sold and we intend to sell them to make room for new fall goods that is shy we do it JAMES W SMITH This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes a I I I HOT VJfTER i1 I f Ic rI rrl1ynOmOr JI1 7ir g db j S lOur Endof The I Hart Shafner Marx I m t I I a I Ifilll 1liY rK010XeJ lX XX tiJffJfliJYIJJliYf fr r f LT I r STEAM l t moneysr a 1 p- MB11TjHES- r ii 7 LLi-L e Q c e Qi e e noteQ QS Q e SQ Ail 1 UNCLE SAMS LUMBER is becoming rapidly so they say But there is still some good stuff to be had right here if so ifyou plan any fixing I I I I II J exhausted 1t up for this Fall come and get lumber be it much or little Remember also that a little of our Lumber goes as far as a whole lot ofsome other kinds Lancaster Mfg Co yo II Lumber f I1 f 1 Jidge M C Saofley The people every where in this of the Stale were shocked and rieved last Friday morning when the news was circulated thatIudge Mike C Saufley had died suddenly at his home in Stanford Ivy lie had appar ently been in better health than us ual and was able to preside over the Court in his district with less fatigue than during his term of Circuit Judge six years previous However we learn from those who were intimately asso ciated with him that he was depressed on account of the death of his son the late Bon George B Saufley who died some months ago He was pasaionately devoted to his son George who was the piide of the fathers heart Judge Saufley at the request of his wife went out in the chicken yard about 830 oclock to feed the chickens and a few minutes later his body was found still warm he having died of heart disease lie was sixty eight years of age was born in Wayne County entered the Confederate when but nineteen years of age and served as Frst Lieu tenant under Gen John H Morgan being captured and imprisioned at Johnsons Island The war over he came to Lincoln county and soon afterward married Miss Sallia Rowan of McMinnville Teun whom he had met during the war She was the daughter of a lawyer of that State S D Rowan arid a great granddaughter of Gov Caswell the first Governor of North Carolina Jude Saufley prepared for the bar his life work at the Louisville Law School and quickly forged to the front of his profession lIe was an Democrat of the old school He was elected County Judge of Lin coin county in 1870 and served till 1874 In 1880 he was a member of the electoral college from the Eighth and supported Gen Hancock In 1888 he was appointed bv President Grover Cleveland Associate Justice of Supreme Court of Wyoming and re mained there until that Territory a State His experiences in the West were somewhat peculiar and often extremely interesting and andcalled in to play his resource ful ability as well assplendid legal at tainmentsAt with revolver in hand he held in check a mob which had de termined to take the law into its own hands and secure a prisoner accused of crime but Judge Saufley firm and fearless in defense of justice and right succeeded in averting what would have been a criminal proceeding on the part of the mob Returning to his home here in Ken tucky he was soon after elevated to the circuit bench in 1892 He was considered one of the most gifted orators in Kentucky and his opinions were always lucid and scholarly and were rarely reversed by the higher courtsIn Judge Saufley was defeated for Judge of the old Superior Court under the old Constitution after an exciting convention by Judge Bar bour He was reelected to the bench here however but was defeated for renomination for a third term by the late Judge W Con Bell of Mercer who was recently killed in a wreck at Seattle Judge Saufley then made the race for Judge of the Court of Appeals in the Fifth Appelate but Judge James E Cantrill won Judge Bells term expiring Judge Saufley again stood for the cir cult judgeship won the Democratic nomination carrying all the counties of the district over his opponent and then won in the general election by the largest majority ever given a in this district Bis third term had just begun and he seemed in fine form to it out and fill still fur ther honors In fact Saufley was frequently mentioned as a candi date for the Democratic Governor of the State during the e sly days of this year He gave up all Idea of entering the race however when his son George Saufley died in MarchBesides his wife Judge Saufley is survived by six children out of eight j whom he raised Those living are MrsT S Webb Jr of Knoxville Tenn Mrs George L Penny of Stan ford and Mrs S M Logan of Wit more H Rowan Saufley of Stanford James M Saufley of Graysville Tenn and Midshipman Richard Caswell Saufley of the United States Kansas v People iron all over the StattfiuioVi I r r t r I I army I r r I r I r r became I dIS- trict I I I I finish t jUdge I nomination- for I 1 t r L section constantly distinguished i uncompromising district exciting Democrat i battleship 4 S possibly the entire bars of every county in this Judicial district in Stanford Sunday afternoon to pay their last tribute to the memory of this noted Ju i t The funeral services were conducted by Ballou and his body laid to rest in the Stanford Cemetery The ladies oftheW C T U will furnish a room at the new Lancaster hospital Elder Pitman will prpech at the Christian church at Hubble Sunday morning and night MI and Mrs Bailey are a handsome little visitor at their home just now The little lady has been christened Mirie Bailey Card ef Thanks We desire to thank our friends who have been so kind to us during our re cent bereavement ThoF Conn and family Cert Day Next Monday is County Court Day here and there will very likely be a good crowd in town We again ask all those who are in arrears to stop in and pay as we are in need of money Great Show The great stake of 1000 at the Bluegrass Fair was hotly contested Of course many were scratched when it was apparent the probable entries would be the highest class of saddle horses Seven faced the three judges who were Bales Wilson and Buckner The contestants were finally brought to four and they were placed as fol lows Golden Butterfly first Kentuc ky Choice second Nazimova third and Bourbon Prince fourth Emerald Bell Bride of the Mistletoe and Gul den Glow were the other entries It was a memorable event and said to be the feature of the fair A Pretty Wedding At the home of Mr and Mrs Joun W Miller a very pretty wedding was solemnized on Wednesday morning at ten thirty when Mrs Mary Miller Frisbie and Mr H T Logan were united in wedlocks holy bond Sometime before the appointed hour the handsome home which was decorated for the occasion was filled with relatives and friends of the pop ular couple Promptly at ten thirty the strains of wedding march was heard and the bride and bridegroom walked into the parlor and stood in the bay window of the large pretty room where Rev Henry Faulkner performed the impressive and beautiful ceremony that joined these two hearts and made them man and wife The charming bride never looked lovlier than on this her wed ding day She was attired in a hand some tailored gown of grey cloth with large black hat and carried a boquet of pink roses The bridegroom is es pecially well known In this county having spent most of his life in and long been one of our most prosperous business men He is now the Mayor of our city and is always at the head of all good enterprises for the publics wellfare The handsome presents displayed in the dining room of the home attested to some extent the popularity of this coupleMr and Mrs Logan Jeft immedi ately for New York for a3wo weeks trip after which they will be at h mie to Chair many frienps at the Hotel Kengarlan The RECORD extends congratulations and wishes them Next Graft Jsdf It will be necessary for Governor Wilson to appoint a Judge of this the Thirteenth Judicial District to fill 3he vacancy caused by the death of Judge Saufley Many prominent republican lawyers ot this district are mentijned in connection with the appointment We have no way of knowing who will likely have the Govenors favor Among those most prominently mentioned is Judge Wm Herndon of this City who is being pushed by his friends They say he is well qualified to fill the place and that by reason of having been the Republican nominee for this position last year is entitled from a party standpoint to the appoint ment The friends of the Hon Lewis L Walker of this City who is one of the most prominent Republicans in the Statej and is regarded as one of learned lawyers at this bar are urging him to ask for the knowing that he would receive the Indorsement of Senator Bradley should he desire the place however it is not thought that Mr Walker desires the apointment Judge Peter McRoberts of Stanford is very favorably mentioned Judge McRoberts Is emminently qualified for the place has a host of ends in every County in the district who are saying that they will not quit the Governor until he has appoint ed their man Others favorably men tioned are Hon B T Quinsenberry of Judge Thos Hardin and Judge B F Roach Harrodsburg Ky The appointee of the Govenor will serve until November election 1611 when a special election will be held to fill the vacancy No special election can be had at the November election 1910 on account of the Con gttMloaal electiira ElderJoseph II C Mend llssohn happiness themost and trIo t Jw f assembled entertaining Lancaster appointment Danville r t Mrs Robert Elkin will entertain a number of her friends at her beauti ful home Thursday evening at a six oclock dinner in honor of Mrs Geo McRoberts of Covington and Mrs Lee Cox of St Louis Fox Hunters to Meet at Crab Orchard The next annual meeting of the National Fox Hunters Association wiU be held at Crab Orchard Springs beginning with the derby for young hounds on November 18 The bench show is to be on Monday of the fol lowing trek Tire committee com mittee composed Gen Roger Wil liams Steve Walker S L Wuolrldge IJ Pitrkes and lack Chiun met in Lexington on Hh made arrangements for the meeting This means that a large crowd of people will be in Crab Orchard in November and all will have a j ly good time On last Thursday afternorn at two oclock tint soul of Mrs Thomas W Conn took its light to the land be yond the skies and left the husband and two year old boy Walter with many more relatives and friends to mourn her loss Her maiden name was Miss Bettie Smith daughter of Mr and Mrs I C Smith of Fort Smith Ark She was married to Mr Conn about four years ago in Tenn The many friends of the deceased offer sympathy to the husband and little boy The funeral was held at the Lancaster Cemetary on last Friday afternoon at three oclock Services conducted by Dr E II Pierce Who Will Democrats Faver The vacancy in Circuit Judge in this district caused by Judge Saufleys death not only furn ishes some good republican lawyer a fat job of a year until after the November election 1911 but gives the democrats of the district some thing to think about for there will be an election next year and there is a nomination for the party make It is therefore but natural that the question should be generally asked Who will the the democrats nomi nate for Circuit Judge No aspir ant has yet made an announcement of his candidancy but we opine that the bee is in the bonnet of a number of gentlemen in the district of whom would fill the responsible place with credit Friends of the Hon W 1 Williams of this city are boom ing him and urging him to make a fight for the nominatian They are saying for him that he is not only well qualified but is good judicial timber We hear the name of Hon Charles A Hardin frequently mentioned upon the street in connection with the nomination His friends are saying that he is entitled to the nomination on acccount of a party custom of ele vating a Commonwealth attorney to the judges place when he has filled that office satisfactorily Mr Hardin has made a popular otllcer and has many friends ail over the district Hon Joseph Pax ton of Stanford is being urged by his host of admiring friends to ask fur the nomination Quite a number of well known demo cratic lawyers of Danville are being asked to make the race among them being the Hons Robert Harding John W Rawling W J Price C C Bagby and George Stone The party has plenty of good material in the district and we will likely have a lively scramble for this desirable plumb SCHOOL OPENS First Monday ii September School opens two weeks from next Monday with the same teachers ex cept Prof Nickel and Misses Sanford and Magee Miss Robinson of Campbellsville will take Prof Nick els place and she needs no introduc Lion to the patrons of the school as she has taught here before and her services proved very satisfactory Mrs Ethel West Darnold will take Miss Sanfords grades and she will be a good one as she is very capable and energetic She has been attending the Normal School at Richmond and is thoroughly prepared to Mrs Belle Burnsides was compelled to give up her place on account of her health so the board has selected Miss Minnie Walsh of Campbellsville a music teacher of eleven years expert ence and graduate of the New Eng land Conservatory of Music at Boston to take her place Every teacher In the school is a good one and few schools can boast of as good a set of teachers and as good a man for Principal as Prof D W Bridges He has been at the head of our school for sev eral years and they have been of the most successsul and brightest in the history of school life in our County Prof Bridges is by nature and educa tion an instructor He has had years of experience and has led our school thro the most successful years it has ever known We hops that every good citizen in Garrard County will do everything In their power to help theschool this year While this paper has always been a warm friend to the schools it to take a deeper in terest in them during the ensuing year Already we have as we think the best Graded school of any county around us and we hope to see it to grow and bring credit to our j of Col Aug rid Conn heart felt the of 81250 t anyone Bett takecharge town together otliae intends continue more SUCCESSFUL REVIVAL CONDUCTED BY DR L J SPENCER OF LEXHCIWf KT The series of meetings at the Christian Church continue with increasing in terest The attendance is large at both night and afternoon services Dr Spencer is preachin some very able sermons making many of them very practical II is style while schollarly is very simple and earnest The people generally are receiving the sermon with great appreciations and much good will result from this series of meeting There have been a number of additions to the church and no doubt many others will come to the Lord before the meeting tl uses permanent MISS MABEL 1HEYRS OF LOUISYUIE KENTUCKY The above is a good likeness of Miss Meyrs who is leading the music anti doing some exceptionaly good solo work in the meeting at the Christian Church Her singing has greatly pleased our people and both old and young count her one of the very best that has served the church in this capacity Her personality and has made her a host of friends and we highly recommend her as well fitted for her chosen profession disposition Haselden Heights Lot Sale a Success Mr Joe S Haselden the promoter of the Haselden Heights lot sale made a great success of the sale which was conducted on last Thursday and Fri day Altho Mr Haselden had practi cally no experience In the real estate MR JOE S HASELDEN business he showed great ability in the manner in whiCh this propersition was handled The prospects for the new street are very flattering and it is certainly a very pretty street We understand that several new houses will go up at once Among the person who It is reported will build are 51 1 Geo Spoonamore of Lincoln Count Mrs J R Haselden Mrs Theo Cur ry ana Mrs Jas I Hamilton Tut following is a partial list of the peoph who purchased lots Mrs Theo Cur ry Miss Sallie Lou Myers Miss Allie Arnold Miss Rella Arnold Messrs George Spoonamore James W Smith H T Logan G C Walker R K W A Arnold Ben Hughes D G Sanders James I Hamilton S G Haselden Arch Kavanaugh Elmer i Miller J R Haselden and Dr M K Denny Mrs W A Arnold and Mrs Mary Hamilton The house and lot was sold to Mrs W A Arnold at 1500 The toUt amount received for the entire property was 1923500 This addition should make one of the most desirable streets in our city as several of the best people will build houses for residences and no house can be built which will cost less than 1200 and shall contain not less than five rooms The City of Lancaster is growing and the people comiag into our town forthe benefit of our school have to have a place to Jive and the lots in Baselden Heights will furnish them The Street will soon be ma cadamized which will improve the place wonderfully Tie MawMtk Cave PrfptskiM The scheme fathered by Congress man Thomas of this district to have the government take over the Cave property and make of It a government reservation is one that is one of the greatest in the countrys natural wonders Practically it is just as it was when discovered nearly a hundred years ago except for the cards left there for visitors or the names carved on the walls It could easily be made one of the beauty spots of the country and certainly would vie with Yellowstone or other natural wonders now under of the government Bowling Green Henry will be otinterest to our people This I r Mammoth thecontrol Messenger LANCASTER HOSPITAL Two Ssccessfel OperatiiMs were Per farmed Mwy The Lancaster Hospital has been open to the public since August 1st and the people of this county and one person from Madison have taken ad vantage of the opportunity to come here for treatment Miss Myrtle Doolin was the first patient She came to the Hospital August 3rd and has been very sick with typhoid but is reported some better at this time and Dr Burnett hopes to have her well In the next few weeks Ou August 6th little Elvira Speaks was operated on for tonsilitis and is very much improved Mrs J B Soper had her eyes operat ed on and the operation was a success Little Wesley Brown Dickerson and Mr Isaacs of Madison county were operated on for appenidcitiS on last Monday morning Both are doing nicely and It is tnought they will be out in a short time The Hospital is furnished now and the Doctors and officers of the corpo ration invite each and every person who are interested in this work and especially the ladies to call when Mrs Gulley will be glad to show them throughMiss Arnold of is the nurse and she is a good one having had several years expe rience in the leading hospitals of New York and Louisville The success of this institution de pends to a great extent upon the peo ple of this town and county and we trust that all will combine in an to make this Hospital the pride of our town and with thepeoples help md good wishes we are sure that the loctors will be better able and more willing to exert their best efforts We have here Doctors who are capa Jie and ambitious men and who have had the best advantages that this country offers therefore we see no reason why the Hospital should not be a grand success and an honor tu our Doctors aud our people Tw Big Days fir Offered Fetple The colored people of this and ad joining counties had two big days In Lancaster last Friday and Saturday The occasion of this gatheringwas the annual Picnic given by Jesse Wearen and Andrew Beazley and was enjoyed immensely by the colored population About 200 people were present the first day and about 500 the second day Leavells Band furnished music and a game of ball between Nicholasville and Lancaster was played each day Lancaster winning the first game and Nicholasville the last one They also had several foot races and several other features Both days passed quietly and there was not a fight or arrest Ttfecra Meefeg A large crowd of tobacco growers in the Paint Lick vicinity gathered to gether at Paint Lick on last Saturday afternoon to discuss the tobacco situa tion in this county Messrs J Wade Walker and Jim Woods were selected as delegates to attend the tobacco sale in Lexington on Tuesday August 16 and witness the sale making what investigations they may see proper This committee will report at the next meeting ia Paint Lick which is Saturday August 20 Those interested in the pooling of this years crop are planning to have a big barbecue and basket dinner at Paint Lick in the near future A committee consisting of eleven promi nent tobacco growers of that sectioa were selected to arrange for this bar becue and will also report at tfee tiaff IB Paint Lick fever they Louisville effort let aF J MidSummerWe are offering every article in our immense stock at reduced prices how in order to make room 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 JLV4V4V4V 4VAV 1 Bargains F G HU T Lancaster Ky1 r T i v t 1- i i I a for Fall 1 i A i CENTRAL RECORD IXCOUPOItATKD x ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR From The Lund Of Xow GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Entered ct the Post Office in Lancafttr Kya SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky August 19 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Ollices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOIL CONGRESS Harvey Helm ol Lincoln County Others Fight fer County Option In a address before the State Democratic Convention in Ne braska on July 20th Mr Win J Bryan urged the party to declare in favor of a county option law j When the question was submitted to a vote a majority in the convention declined to follow the lead of the ills tinguished Nebraskan However his posiii m was its influence for both the Republican party and Populist party in that suite have in favor of county option law In presetting the question to the convention Mr Bryan said I affirm that county option is a democratic proportion I refuse to go to the brewers to learn either constitutional law or the principles the democratic party Do you doubt that this state can vote on the liquor question do you doubt that a city can vote on the liquor question Of course you nut Why can not a county larger than a city but smaller than a state vote on the liquor question Is it democratic for a state to vote on it and democratic for a town to vote on it but undemocratic for a county to vote on it Who will say so You can not find an argument that can be made against county option from a democratic standpi int Either a of the county or the minority will rule And who says it is to have a minority decide what ought to be done in a county against the protest of the majority There is nothing fair about the saoon You do not talk about fairness and justice when you talk about the saloon The saloon is ail outlaw and a nuisance and it lives by sufferance where it lives at all You do not defend the saloon as an institution you tolerate it if you toerate at all on the theory that if you tried to abolish it you might get something worse And yet the saloons exert more influence in politics than ten times as much capital invested in help ful industries County option is not undemocratic the time has come when you will have to stop saying that it is undemocratic to do anything dis tastful against the liquor interests A man can be a democrat in Rood standing without ing when walksThis is not an attempt to commit the party to prohibition When the county is made unit in determining whether or not liquor shlal be sold any democrat can vote either for or against prohibition because the has not declared upon that question Mr Bryan asked that the democrat ic party in Nebraska people a law making the county the unit of de cission on the liquor question think his position right and that the convention errored when declined o follow his advice j Association- and interest I t I I bl Pliant t J I declared a democratic it necessarvand Rive it I j l L t i F i r not tvithout d majority h the lit r Cancer Research Vitil statistics show an alarming increase in t he number of deaths from sneer The origin of tlis discuss i still wrapped in mystery akho uany individuals and societies are vorking at the problem Recently the supporters of the Imperial Cancor Research Fund hell their annual neeting in London and Mr A J Balfour on this occasion delivered interesting address The results f systematic observation gathered in the eighth annual report of the fund mark substantial prui res tho much of it consists in disproving earlier theories and assumptions It has been found that cancer Jifliicts all races of men in all climates hence no particular set of habits can be made responsible for its origon Time fact that widely different genera of animals including fish are subject to is ravages disposes of other h isty eaeniliz itions that had been made The belief that heredity plays a part in the spread of the disease has become quite general Butcareful and extensive breeding experiments with mce hive shown heredity plays no great part in causing the disease Cancer of the breast appeared in seventyfive cases out of seven hundred females This is not a large percentage Besides liability to the disease was found to be greater in those that were born before the up pearance of the disease in the mother than those that were born after Since in the latter case one has to reckon with tbe added element of contagion the results show no between cancer and recognized infectious diseases It is such careful investigations make it possible rigidly to test every conclu before it is employed as a for further research The lode pendent Judge Saufley Judge M C is no more so far as earthly labors are concerned The hand of death never brought a greater calamity upon any community than it did in the taking away of so good and so great a Judge He was a brave soldier an upright and useful citizen a learned and distinguished lawyer and most capable and etlicient judge During his administration of justice upon the Circuit Court bench sole idea was to search for the truth and to do right in all his judg ments It mattered not to him who the parties to the litigation were or how thercommunity desired a decision rendered he always acted coiiscien tiously and did what he thought was right and proper He knew neither friend nor foe as Judge but as the eagle rises above the clouds and makes ills home in the craigs so he arose above the clouds of prejudice envy and jealousy and made his judi cial home in the eternal mountains of truth and right We lose him personally as a friend citzen and an official but the great influence of his splendid life and char aster shall roll on and on until they shall wash the shores of time As we contemplate his death and look thru the half of memory at his wonderful career may we not stop and undertake to improve our own lives and character by emulating his great example for truth and justice He was gentle devoted to his family and friends and his heart was set on the conscientious perform mice of duty and he certainly deserves the plaudit Well done thou good ind faithful seryant All of our people deeply mourn this great loss and tenderly offer their sympathies to his family and while do not know why it was thus yet some day we shall understand CoKealefi If Persons should stop carrying con cealed weapons the grand total of kill in the United States would be ranch less then at present Gov Wit son refusing to grant a pardon to a young convicted of carrying a concealed and deadly weapon took a few days ago to deliver a ily upon the evils of pun toting which should be pondered by persons who the habit of signing pets IfJ relations as these sion foundation Sautl y Ibis tar thest kind and heart broken wee lea rings arein a- very spontaneously that mountain man occasion horn ions for pardon without pawing to consider the etiects of too great free dom in making use of the pardoning powerSays the Governor There is no reason at all for this pardon except that this is his first of fence that he is a young man of good habits and has but recently married that he stated at the trial he was talc log the pistol home is connected with a prominent family honestly sorry he violated the law and is penitent The petitioners do net seem to know how important and serious this iF If it were faithfully enforced in every county it would reduce the murders aud shootings in this State by half but it was formerly nullified in practice It has been my wish to enforce it rigidly and 1 thick the punishment in jail of a in of prominent family will do more make the people enforce Lthe law man the punishment of a dozen roughs The application for pardon of the jail sentence is refused and all such applications will be refused except where the pistol is carried because of actual and real danger If this young man wished to carry this pistol home he could iV3 d jie it lawfully and in the open and not concealed and here after I trust that young men of prom bent families who have a pistol to carry home will carry it that way I am sure this one will The law against carrying concealed weapons is not too severe and indeed it would be hard to think of a punish ment tO severe It has failed to Lave a farreaching effect because so many persons are pardoned and to go unpunished and the expla nation of Gay Wilsons is a very satis factory reason for refusing to grant time pardon Governors in otherStates might make this a lesson and we are sure that if all such requests for par dons should be treated as this one was that the American people would be better off Protect Your Town Protect your own town and thereby show that you have the best inter est of your county at heai t As towns people we should favor our town above every other as the growth and devel opment of it is what will enhance the value of all property both in and about it Then buy your hardware home have your printing your blacksmith ing your shoemaking done at home patronize home in every instance that you can The success of our mer chants and mechanics means new houses and residents additional demands for labor of various kinds To the farmer a first class town af fords a better market for his grain a better trading point and such a town is bound to increase the value of his land union there is Let us protect our town The Return of Wendling Now that Joseph Weudliug is se curely confined in the Jefferson Coun ty jiil at Louisville there should be no delay in the beginning of his trial It is the earnest nope of every Ken tucky citizen that the Courts will not rest untill his guilt or innocence be proven and justice done If it is prc yen that Wendling is guilty of this terrible crime hiadeath should be at the earliest possible moment aud ac cording to law That there has been nodanger of mob violence at any time since Wendling was caught speaks well for the people of Louisville The Louisville authorities have done their duty and Capt Carney deserves great credit for the capture of this man Now let them see that he has a fair and just trial and if he is guilty let him pay the penalty I For McCreary Of the 126 Democratic papers in Ken tacky nearly eighty of them have openly declared for Hon James B McCreary for Governor They realize that he easily carry the banner of the party to victory Mid way Clipper Not only the newspapers are for him bat a greatnumber of the best class law on h allowed fur titure etcat business tionablyin I 1 I I I practically drygoocts groceries strength can t w r 2r- of thn ughout the titan and they will l ad him to victory just assure as lion Harvey Ilelni will slaughter the Republican nominee in the next Congressional race General News Mr Bryan announced at Rushville Ind that he would continue to make speeches for the Democratic party The Republicans time Second judicial district nominated Allen Dean of Owensboro for Judge Two hundred and thirtyone busi ness failures were reported in the United States for the week ending August II What are beleivedto be the bones of Kentucky suldiers killed in 1812 in the Raisin River massacre were unearthed by excavators on the banks of the river near Toledo O It was official announced at Lan ark Scotland that J Armstrong Drexel time American aviator attain ed a worlds altitude record by rising 6750 feet The international conference on education at Brussels resc lution favoring making physical instruction compulsory in all and private schools Andrew a highlyeducated music teacher was arrested in Boston because he tried to cash fifteen RUE sian bonds which were identified as haviig been stolen at Tills Russia in 1107 He denies his guilt In the second primary held in the Tenth Tenness e congressional dis trict to select a Democratic nominee Gen George Gordon of Memphis secured a renomination over T C Looney his competitor by a majority ranging from 2000 to 2500 The great Belgin Exposition at Brussels was destroyed by fire last Sunday There were 100000 people on the grounds and a panic ensued Two persons were reported killed and about thirty were injured Au at tempt was made to shoot the wild beast in the menagerie but the flames drove the fireman back and tbe animals were burned to death It was announced that on his deathbed Congressman Brownlow of the First Tennessee district declared it to be his belief that time lion Alfred A Taylor former and formerly his bitter enemy was the best man to fight successful ly for the governorship on the Re publican ticket Despite the veto of the bank bill passed at the last session of the Legislature by Gov Willson bank examination will soon be a reality unless the plans of Dr Ben L Bruner Secretary of l r Bru ner has interested the bankers of the State in the plan and is sending out contracts for them to sign agreeing to voluntary examination Col Roosevelt suffered a sharp de feat in his home when the State Committee by a vote of 20 to 15 rejected a resolution nam ing him as temporary chairman of the Republican State Convention to at Saratoga on Septemder 27 Vice President Sherman was chosen to act as temporary presiding officer of the convention What Her Family Knew What made her family think shed succeed In hospital work She was always the kind of a girl who rubs things in and nurses an pincotts Culture is not an accident of birth although our surroundings advance or it It Is always a matter of in dividual education Hamilton W Mabie A Chance to Prove It What she asked can I do to convince yOu that I you my heart Give me the foolish ters I have written to you plied so I may personally su perintend the burning of them Paints may cost a trifle but C C Ji ETStormes e I adopted I public I I Congressman Statemiscarry I I I Republican beheld unanimously injuryLip love here r poll ticimus appellate examination State Culture retard withal let that Mound City more 1 NERVOUS DYSPEPSA If you Have it Rear This Letter Mio na is Guaranteed 1 was taken list August vilh a se vere stomach trouble The doctor said it was nervous dyspepsia I took his treatment for four weeks but did notfeel any better I took 1 heard of The lirst day of December 1S08 1 gut a IKX of Miona I took them that afternoon and the next day and havnt had one bit of pain in my stomach since the 2nd of December 1 took live boxes Feel well now and sleep good Mrs E Maxtield R F D 2 Avoca 2s Y MIOXA is surely the best pre scription for indigestion overwritten j It relieves after dinner distress belching of gas foul breath heart burn etc in live minutes It is guaranteed to permanently cure indigestion cuts chronic any diease of the stomach or money i back j MEON stomach tablets are sold by R E McRoberts and leading j druggists everywhere at 50 cents large box I The Short Course Yes observed the puppy as he shivered in the shade of the sausage factory I too am going through in three years Harvard Lampoon r I i r or I a I everything I Why not buy milk from the Dairy t fRESH MILK delivered at your tWice a S VV Phone t N N N NN4 4 a 1 1 1 4 1 door day 1 h MOSS4 1901 AO ON NNNBN THE National Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DEXXV President J E STORIES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Assr f shr R T E riry Bookkeeper Saml D Cochran Alex R Donny A C Robinson John E Storme Dennv J WI Williams DmETOl5 SoC L Gill Lexington Great Shopping Carnival Closed August 13th Carnival like Brook flows on and on gathering new impetus with day adding new Bargains better Values with each stroke of times pendulum Our Furniture Floors are crowded to the Limit with the Finest made the Best produced em bracing Everything from the Plainest to the most as satisfying to the pocket book of limited means as to the Fat Purses of the Rich The Proof is a Look As evidence of our good faith read the following Price quotations Furniture Department Colonial Mahogany Sideboard regular value 8000 special 6800 China Cabinet to match regular value 3500 special 2850 Mahogany Sideboard half canopy top regular value 4500 special 2500 Early English Sideboard Dull Brass Trimmings regular value 3800 China Cabinet to match regular valve 2500 special 1800 Mahogany 10 ft Extension Table 54 inch top regular value 6500 special 4500 Mahogany 8 Extension Table 45 inch top regular value 3000 special 2200 Inlaid Linoleums The Most Durable and Sanitary of all Floor Coverings Rixborder German Inlaid 78 inches wide regular value 8175 81 50 English Inlaid First Quality G foot wide regular value 175 special 150 English Inlaid Second Quality 6 foot wile regular value 150 125 English Inlaid Third Quality G foot wide regular value 135 special 110 Cooks Inlaid regular value 115 special 85 Printed Linoleums 4 yards wide regular value SOcts special 60 Printed Linoleums 2yards wide regular value CScts special 40 Printed Linoleums 2 yards wide regular value oOctsspecial 35 WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT beautiful depends largely upon the Wall Decorations The color schemes must the tmes must blend otherwise the artistic effect is ruined We have the combinations and designs that will please your taste Consult our export salesmen for suggestions Regular 75c per roll special 35c per roll Regular SOc per roll special 25c per roll Regular 35c per roll sqecial loc per roll Regular 23c per roll special loa per roll Odd lots containing 10 12 16 and 18 rolls regularly sold at 50c per roll now 15c 75 or more bun dIes of roost size lots from 100 to 250 a bundle 4 6 and 8 roll lots at less than cost None experienced Paper Hangers employed Store closes every afternoon at five oclock one oclock on Saturday C F BROWER CO Carpets Furniture Draperies Wall Paper Pictures and Art Goods Corner Main and Broadway Lexington Kentucky u W TenD son8 eachsucceeding and Artistictherefore a 4500special uu I ft un special u h n Thehome 8 but 11 a a ER-Se special harmonize r a I i Dont get hot and Mad Try a Per fectlon Oil 6ook Stove AND KEEP COOL4I HASELD REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES RIGHT OVER WOOD SHINGLES t1f1 o f J sJs z s J 1 j j- i I t 2 i s i i s i I 1 Duos11 I I lu AUUu t t T1n GuaranteedI I I METAL I SHINGLES can be laid without fuss or bother right over the old wood shingles changing the top of your building instantly from a fire catcher to A FIREPROOF ROOF that tvill long as the building itself and never needs repairs For further detailed information prices etc apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa I ILugs 4 g sar I You Keep All Exact Record of expenditures and a receipt for each item if have a checking ac count with us and make t i you the merest memorandum on your stub Dont have to think dont have to all there in black and white and the money balance which can tell at a glance is here in security GARRARD BANK TRUST Co I I rememberits you 4 A A S YOU CANNOT STOP the cook from tasting the cake baked with White Swan FLOURIt than ordinary cake that I I 1 ifyou dont watch her shell eat the whole cake If you havent tried WHITE SWAN FLOUR yet you dont know what perfect bread biscuit cake and pastry are The best home and professiocal bakers in town use it WHY DONT YOU Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop I I I1Wtr N jlAUA1lAIJIn i t J liVALKER President J S JOHKSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The 6IT1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIONBY Asst Casnr c D WALKER Bookkeeper- J J WALKER Jn Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B JJ Walker Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold I F Hudson T W r a T a Twe Ywces A SOUTHERN VOLUNTEER Yes sir fought with Stonewall And faced the fight with Lee Union goes to war Make one more gun for me I didnt shrink from Sherman- As he galloped to the sea But if this here Union goes to war Make one more gun for me I was with em at Manassas The bully Boys in Gray 1 heard the thunderous roarin Round Stonewall Jacksons way And many a time this sword of mine Has blazed the way for Lee But if this old nation goes to war Make one more sword for me Im not so full o fighting Nor half so full of fun As I was back in the 60s When I shouldered my old gun It may be that my hair is white Such thins you know must be But if this old Uuiuns in for war Make one more gun for me I haint forgotten my raisin Nor how in sixtytwo Or thereabouts with battle shouts I charged the Boys in Blue And I say I fought with Stonewall And blazed the way for Lee But if this old Unions in for war Make one more gun for me Atlanta Constitution IIIS NORTHERN BROTHER Just make it two old fellow I want to stand once more Beneath the old flag with you As in the days of yore Our fathers stood together And fought on land and sea The battles fierce that made us A nation of the free I whipped you down at Vicksburg You licked me at Bull Run On many a field we struggled When neither victory won You wore the gray of Southland- I wore the Northern blue Like men we did our duty When screaming bullets flew Four years we fought like devils But when the war was done Your hand met mine iu friendly clasp Our two hearts beat as one And now when danger threatens No North no South we know Once more we stand tegether To tight the common foe My head like yours is frosty Old age is creeping on Lifes sun is lower sinking My day will soon be gone But if our countrys honor Needs once again her son Im ready too old fellow So get another gun Micneapolis Journal He Wont Like It There The man who isnt satisfied with good health and a steady job will find heaven a disappointing place Courtesy There is no beautifier of complexion or form or behavior like the wish to scatter joy and not pain around us Tis good to give a stranger a meal or a nights lodging Tis better to be hospitable to his good meaning and thought and give courage to a com panion We must be as courteous to a man as we are to a we are willing to give the advantage of a good An Aid to Digestion Take the lining of a chicken gizzard scrub clean then dry Eat a small portion at a time several times a day it is most effective in the morning before breaking your fast A lady troubled very much with indigestion found permanent relief after using two of these linings Jennie S Pot ter in National Magazine Dr Elliot has reported as having under his care 20 cases of cholera in fantumMrs Chrit Eubanks of Stanford has been visiting her mother Mrs Belle Perkins Mr Ace Daly of Danville has been at the led side of bis brother Mr Jack Daly who is suffering with a broken leg Mrs Icie Kemper has recovered from an illness of two weeks Mrs Jonah Marcee made a short stay with her son Mr Nelse Marcee LancasterMr Robinson is out again after several days illness Mr Joe Skinner and Miss Pattie Belle Burk have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Somerset Miss Milton Dean has been with her sister at Pi neville who has typhoid fever Mr Wm Smith and sister Mhs Florence have Been visiting at the home of Wm Clark in Fayette Co Bob Rout bought 100 barrels of corn at 250 Job Marcee has been the guest of his brother Jonah Marcee Pleasant Grove church has just clos ed a two weeks meeting conducted by Pastor ileilbron and Rev B Smith of Louisville There were additions Mr J I Hamilton and wife and Miss Sue Sutton enjoyed a delightful boat ride to High Bridge Sunday Robt Speaks bought a 2yearold filly fnom J I Hamilton price 200 W Marksbury of Lexington has been visiting friend in this vicinity At a recent business meeting the following messengers were elected to represent the church at the South District Association which begins the 23rd of month at Hustonville Messrs S D Chasnut C M Jenkins W X Marksbury Kcl E r But if this bere picture which lightEmerson MARl SBUHY Forks lelB HEn oDdSuttol 4 f this PROPER METHOD OF PRUNING To Get Best and Quickest Results Tree Should Be Seven Years Old Before Cut The common method of pruning trees Is to thin out the top and center of the tree to let in the sun shine and air All the small feeble looking limbs and fruit spurs are care fully cut out of the center until the limbs left to form the tree have for the first three or four feet a clean bare hooppole appearance with no bearing wood in the center of the tree writes J C B Heaton In Farm ers Review To get the best and quickest results an apple tree should have no pruning until five to seven years old except taking out sapsprouts and cutting back the long limbs to induce a short stocky growth At about the age of five or seven years a thorough pruning should be given cut ting out only limbs threefourths of an Inch and up in diameter leaving enough of the larger limbs to form the head or top of the tree All small straggly limbs of feeble growth and all fruit spurs especially in the cen ter of the tree should be left These are the limbs and spurs that will bear the first crop of fruit If once removed these fruit limbs and spurs are never renewed but their place is filled with sap sprouts that are an everlasting nuisance and have to be removed yearly Whenever you remove fruit limbs which are always of a feeble growth or fruit spurs from young trees you are taking that much from your first two or three crops of apples One seldom goes into a bearing orchard but he finds great vacant places four to six feet in diameter in the center of nearly every tree that never has and never will produce an apple This vacancy is where the first two or three crops of apples should be grown and such cutting out the bearing period two or three years Every one attempting to prune a young orchard should know that it takes a thrifty vigorous growing young three to five years to de velop a fruit bud Without such knowledge he cannot appreciate the value of fruit spurs and limbs that show a tendency to early fruiting Until an orchard is ten to fourteen years of age It is seldom necessary to thin out the small fruit limbs and fruit spurs but after the bearing habit Is Apple apple tree M systematic delays Pole Shears once established and the trees get an abundance of bearing wood it becomes necessary to thin out all through the tree Trees should be headed low and kept low by cutting out the tops for convenience in spraying Too many large limbs should be avoided by ju dicious pruning the first going over and at all times the tree should be kept thin and sufficiently open that all apples get the color and size that is characteristic of the variety an orchard under good cultivation produces apples of under size and off color the pruning should be looked after Whenever The rambler rose should be pruned just as soon as it has done blooming- It is not too early to make cuttings of flowers for winter blooming in the window garden Always have materials for Bordeaux mixture at hand so that they may be used on any spare day Blackberry vines should be cut back as soon as the crop is off Do not let too many new canes remain It does not pay to plant crops in the peach orchard people do it but we believe it is a bad practise Apple pickers should remember that the least puncture to the skin of an results sooner or later In a rotten spotOrder evergreen trees and shrubs in time so that they can be set out the latter part of August or early in SeptemberCarnations intended for winter blooming should not be allowed to flower Pinch off the soon as they appear Trees exposed to the direct rays of the sun on a hillside should be pro teeter or they are likely to be injured by sunscald If the leaves of your apple and peach trees show dark green and the growth is vigorous you may know that toe soil is all right The bruise on an apple may not at develop into rot but it will make a brown spot which disfigures and lessens the value of the fruit The Oregon experiment station has decided that the scab on the prunes which is more or less troublesome to them is caused by the weather and not by fungus growth If you observe that the shoots on your trees grow only five or six inches every year you may know that the soil needs to be enriched The growth ought to be from fifteen to thirty inches very seasonHardest Job In the World After a man has succeeded la raising a who is a credit to him building empires seems trivial Many Things Wonderful Is anything more wonderful than another if you consider it maturely I have seen no rise from the Ihave seen some thousands rise from nothing I have not force to fly into the sun but I have force to lift my hand which Is equally v Some budsas once 7J r tC Jt i apple son mann dead strange Carlyle SMART KENTUCKY GIRLS Will Display Results of Their at the State Fair The High School girl of is to have her inning at the Fair held in Louisville September 12 17 The fair management has decid ed to learn just what progress been made in the domestic arts sciences by the school girl and it probable there will not be a more in teresting exhibit at this years show than the examples of handiwork of Kentucky girls Liberal prizes have been offered everything from a Kimona fancy apron to best one dozen button holes The girl who can make best muffins and doughnuts and the best lemon pie will also b for her skill and industry This new department will be in direct charge of Miss Evelyn Porter of Lou isville as superintendent with Misses Eva N McGrew of Bayou and Annie Rutherford of Louisville as assist ants Will Erectand Maintain Model Rural School Important Educational Exhibit Been Planned for the State Fair of 1910 The people of Kentucky have to look upon their annual state as one of the greatest educational in sttutions in the commonwealth Many evidences of practical development and enlargement along live stock agricultural lines are traceable to these annual exhibitions A specifically along educational channels will be made at the approach ing eighth annual state fair which will be held in Louisville September 12 to 17 A model school building will erected and maintained and the en terprise is being fostered and carried out entirely by the women of Ken tucky This important work is in the hands of the Ladies Auxiliary advis ory beard This board was recently appointed and consists of the follow ing members Mrs James A Leech Louisville Mrs James A Mitchell Bowling Green Mrs Chas P Weaver Louisville Mrs John P Castleman Louisville Mrs John Stratton Louisville Mrs John H Miller Val ley Staton and Miss Laura Clay Richmond With the aid of Secretary J W Newman of the state fair and Prof Ellsworth Regenstein superintendent of public instruction the work has been pushed rapidly and a model schoolhouse will be erected prior the fair and will be found complete in every detail when visitors begin assemble on the first morning As the state fair draws visitors from section of Kentucky this move ment is considered one of the most important ever undertaken by a simi lar institution in this or in any other stateThe members of the State Federa tion of Womans and all womans organizations of the state have under taken a campaign for funds and early reports indicate that they are meeting with success Both inside and out the proposed school building will be a model in every particular It will be equipped with the most approved schoolroom appliances will be a struc ture of inexpensive but artistic and will be surrounded by a model school yard Not a detail is to be overlooked even to an exhibit of the school wagons now effectually used in many localities where the model idea has taken root Prof Regenstein will be the host in chief in charge of the building during fair week ONE VALUABLE IDEA The various exhibits of the Ken tucky State Fair at Louisville 1217 put the visitor and the farmer to thinking One new idea obtained by visiting this fair in the breeding of live stock or in the cultivation of grain or In the use of machinery often is worth much more than the cost of the entire trip It is the man who gets new ideas who makes progress Seeing is thinking thinking is doing doing is achieving CANT BE SEPARATED Stile Lancaster Petple Have Lear new te Get Rid rf folk Backache and kidney ache are twin brothersYou separate them And you cant get rid of the backache until you cure the kidney acheIf the kidneys are well and strong the rest of the system is pretty sure to be in vigorous health Doans Kidney Pills make strong healthy kindey George Wright Stanford St Lan caster Ky says I have never known of a better kidney remedy than Doans Kidney Pills Last fall my back ached a great deal and my kid neys were badly disordered The kid ney secretions were scanty and pain ful in passage I fortunately had Doans Kidney Pills brought to my and getting a box at Fris bies Drug Store I began their use They relieved me promptly and ia for the benefit I received I am willing that my name should be used In recommending them My advice to all sufferers from kidney trouble is to Rive Doans kidney Pills a trial Fur sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember tile name tend other 81221 Kentucky State has is big for rink and the make rewarded KENTUCKY WOMEN Has grown fair I and I I departure be A j to to Clu design September especially Doan land x Housework and directly every attention return Commissioners Sale ofLand GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Temple Turner Plaintiff Gilbert Turner Jr Etc Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its regular June term 1910 in the above styled action 1 as special Master Com missioner of said court in said case will on MONDAY AUGUST 22ud 1910 between ten oclock a m and two oclock p in it being the first day of the regular Garrard County Court for said mouth sell to the highest bidder at the court house door in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky a certain tract or parcel of land in Garrard County Ky on the Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike near Bourne and is bounded as follows Beginning at a point at the north edge of the metal of said pike in J B Bournes line thence S 235 Eli TO poles to a stone thence N t 7i E 12 02 poles to a stone thence N 231 W 1270 poles to a stone in the center of said pike thence S G7 W 12 02 poles to the be ginning containing one acre la- The purpose of this sal is for the satisfaction of a mortgage lien on said land held by Rovesti Carpenter for the sum of 100 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 they own and hold the land nowordered sold TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 8 months and the purchaser will be re quired to execute bond good se curity to the special Master for the purchase money bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid to have the force and effect of a judgement with a lien retained upon the land for thepurchase moneyW B MASON Special Master Comr Garrard Circuit CourtW Williams Attorney for Plaintiff August 1 1910 Knowledge Fount If you are looking for information you will find the encyclopedia more reliable limn a woman in a trance Atchison Globe Aurora Borealis It is pretty well established in sci entitle circles that the northern lights are produced by electrical discharge in rarefied atmospheres Commissioners Sale of Lund GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Pauline Carter Phimtiff vs David M Carts Etc Defendants By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its June term 1110 in the above styled ac tion I as special Master Commission er will on MONDAY AUGUST 22nd 1910 between the hours of 11 a m and 2 p m it being county court day sell at the court house door in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder the following described real property lying and In Garrard Co Kentucky on the waters of Broaddus Branch and boun ded as follows Beginning at a point on the of a drain corner to Burnside Ballew and J L Idironthence with Coldiron S S4J E passing an elm stump at 74 links in all 15 chains to a point in another drain corner to same and to the 21 acre tract and the forty acre tract of Carters land thence up said drain still with Coldiron S 7i 571 chains S 45 E 524 chains to a Linn stump 15 feet West of the larks of the drain S fig W 750 chains S 25 E 3 75 chains to a point and in line to Willis Turners thence with Turners 87 E 7C2 chains S 17i W 1355 chains to a point on the south bank of the drain S 73i E 1195 chains to a mul berry corner to same and B M Lear with Lear S 77 E 359 chains X 33 E 1374 chains S 46 E 322 chains to a point in line to Lear and corner to B F Gay thence with Gay down a drain N 391 chains IS 50 E 5 7G chains to a point in a drain corner to same and Broaddus heirs thence with Broaddus heirs N 54 W 7 25 chains S 38 chains to a locust stump and sprout corner to same and 9 ft south of the corner of Carters 40 acre tract thence N i E chains to a point in the middle of Broaddus branch thence with middle of said branch S 291 E 106 chains to an elm stump on south bank corner to said Broaddus heirs E 525 chains to i stone corner tosame and to the 46 and 48 acre tracts of Carters land old call sycamore stump S 78 E 570 chains to a sycamore stump on north bank of branch N tIt E 5 chains to a point in 69i E 645 chains S 72 7 chains to a point mid way between sycamore and a honey locust standing about 15 ft apart on the north bank of creek and corner to Adams thence leaving the creek and with Adams N 161 W 10 chains N I4i W 547 chains N 22i W 621 chains to a black walnut and locust growing corner to same and W H with same S 87i W 4 80 chains to a locust on north bank of drain and at head of same N 48 W 2 chains to a black locust thence west passing to 46 and 48 acre tracts of Carters land at 566 chains in all 3216 chains to a point at the east edge of branch corner to same and Cbas Ballew thence down the branch S 251 E 450 chains to a point on east side S 121 E 525 chains S 3 E 7 63 chains to a point at forks of branch thence up right band branch meanders S W chains S 381 W 366 chains S 26f W 1130 chains S 47 W 253 chains to the beginning 2023 acres Said sale is made for the purpose of dividing the proceeds among the wid ow and other heirs at law of J B Carter as set forth in former judg ments herein and said land will be sold as a whole The foregoing boun dary 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 chase 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 will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase J M Special Master Comr Garrard CourtL Walker Atty for Plaintiff This Aug 4th1910 c 11 I vs Commissioner E E 572 W 3S3 chains GS is 82 2805 S SIi middle N together corner with 531 9 32 six interest paid issue money ROTH LL CIr- cuit f being West- side N W Walker survey 1 As administrator of the estate of B Swope deceased I will on the remisesabout 21 miles West of Bry ntsville on the fishers ford road on WEDNESDAY AUGTST 31 1910 sell to the highest and best tid der the following property to wit 5 shares of stock in the Banlcof Bryants ville 10 head of Sheep 4 Stears 10 Mitch Cows 2 Heifers 1 Bull 1 Bay Mule one lot of Hogs l Bay Mare 1 spotted 1 Bay Horse 1 Srey Mule 5 Calves 1 fiveyearold Horse 1 Spring Wagon 1 Farm Wagon Har row Wheat Drill Harrows Plows and numerous other farming imole 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 25 acres This farm must be sold that the proceeds can be divided between the heirs SaTe will com mence at 10 oclock a m Terms made known on day of sale R K Swope Administrator of B M Swope deceased This July 27 1910 T2U4t Kentucky Fair Dates Shelbyville August 23 4 days London August 23 I days Erlanger August 24 4 days Nicholasville August 30 3 days Fern Creek August days Bardlnsburgv August days Barbourville August 31 2 days Hodgenville September 6 3 days Falmouth September days Florence September 6 5 days daysKentuckySeptember 12 6 days Its Fragrance Betrayed It one thing that hasnt gone up in price anyway I can still puff buy a fivecent cigar for a nickeL Fyle I see you cant Phew I Very Much Surprised You look surprised Mrs Mangle whats the matter Why my son Tom came In just now full oC an aviary meet he had seen He told mo some news of the flights In the air that were absolutely incredulous andJ so surprised me as to leave me almost in a state of putrefaction POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of thelaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire R Parsons V S Ferguson Ed IS B Price E F Herring W A Price WSEmbry MrsP T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold W G Anderson H C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn- J G Clark Pilgrimage 4 Sale Pone in order 304 303 284 RankinTheres S L Rich W Kinnaird Co A A S Coal FOR SALE Cheap For Cash or Produce We have all grades of coal at 10 12 and Nets Give us a call before buying FOR SALE a good Saddle Horse or will trade for Cows H B Northcott J A BLAZLLY j Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3L Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Send your JOB WORK To The Centtal Record y tS i Jersey Bull Season 1910 J W H J TINSLEY Surveyor PRONE 32SJ Office over F G Hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky W T AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references i OoOoODDUIIU I CARDS I f II n 1t i Henry Simpson 88421 SWEENEY Count KING r UUSS t J W Morrow Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed At K Denny DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery J PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed Lick KentuckyPaintll19tf DR Will BURNETT Plwsican and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Gut Flowers- ofQUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Or J B Kinnaird Physical and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 80 J E Robinson LAWYER ark COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Offict over Police Court Phone 194 i Lancaster Dry Co Cleaning ard Pressing La dies and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fe VS Faulkner Jlgr GO TO HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street for Jafs lair Tic William SOAP Honing Razors a Specialty 25 years of experience Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT INSURANCE LANCASTER KENTUCKY Office Hours Office over 8am to 12 1 pm to 4 Stormes Drag Store B F WALTER Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky KILLTHE COUCH AM CURE TIlE LUNCS Dr Kings H lULU DIIceeUIJUH Uj I I I J Cleaning Slave WITH Discanry I 04eawooeccoo N I 8 15 nICICII JL E McRoberts Stare GU D fife LEDSLTISFAC- TOZiDZO1IRYDcDi y 1 o I j j I i c Your Account is due I Please call and settle with out further delav H T LOGAN f i Lancaster Ky qy J a z F Miss Mabel Clair Arnold of Paris has been the charming visitor of Miss Anee Turner Mrs Calla Ray and daughter Hattie spent Sunday with Mrs Luther Ra neyMiss Jennie Rogers of Danville spent from Fiiday until Sunday with her sister Mrs Willie Grou Mr and Mrs Baron Hurt entertain ed a number of friends and relatives SundayMr Mrs Bob Price of Hacklev visited Mr and Mrs Wesley Parson SundayMisses Lida and Nell Ray visited their friends Misses Zulla and Mamie Calico Sunday Mr and Mrs Eliza Bolton and little daughter Emma visited their son Mr James Bolton Saturday Mr and Mrs and Miss Anee Turner attended the Danville fair Stack a Rick MM S w Bends of Coal City Ala says he strrck a perfect mine of health in Dr Kin s New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney Trou ble after 12 years of suffering They ire the best pills on earth for Consti pation Malaria Headache Dyspep sia Debility 26c at R E MeRob erts lm Geo Beasiey bought a milk cow from Jerry Higgins for 35 Jesse Baird had to dismiss his school a part of last week on account of sick ness but is able to be out again- C A Dillons infant child died last week and was buried at Paint Lick Mrs Sallie McQuerry of Carrolton III is visiting relatives here Tbos Mourning of Knox county Is visit ing friends and relatives at this placeA meeting begun at New Elope last Sunday Rev Stamper of Barboursville is conducting the meet ingEdd Cook will be taken to Richmond for an operation Rev Frank Payne of the Methodist church is the guest of his parents hereGeo Beasley sold a cow to Mr Um br for 50 Staffers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant cone 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 ons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hands sprains and corns Try it 25c atB E McRoberts lm Loyd Meade Teater healer FLAT WOOD BUENA VISTA Mr and Mrs Edd Green of Burgin spent Sunday with the family of Mar shall Scott Miss Minnie Bolts of Harrodsburg is the guest of her cousin Mrs Mar shall Scott Thos P Lane wife and daughter and Mrs Pendleton of Danville spent Sunday with the family of Fietcuer Ruble Mrs Lane and Miss Ethel re mained for a few days Miss Lelia Barnett has returned from a visit to her aunts at Wilmore Miss Mary Askins spent last week with relatives near McCreary Mr and Mrs Victor Ruble Mr and Mrs Hugh Christopher A T and Will Scott and Frank Wells were among the fair visitors last week Mrs Will Hamilton of Lancaster visited Mesdames James Christopher and Joe Hamilton last week Mr and Mrs Leslie Ruble had a family reunion Sunday The visitors were their parents Mr and Mrs W P Ruble of Osgood Ind Joe Hamil ton and family from near Harrods burg This is Mr Rubles tirst visit to his old home for three years The Misses Askin gave a picnic at High Bridge Tuesday in honor of M and Mrs John Askin of Mc Creary Mrs Worm of Corydon Ind and Mrs Kiger of Charleston Ind A T Scott has traded his store house stock of goods and dwelling to Ed Dason for his farm and thresher Possession to be given Sept Is life is when j ou do some great deed or dis cover some wonderful fact This huur came to J R Pitt of Rocky Mt N C when he was suffering intensely as he says from the worst cold I ever Had I then proved to my great satis faction what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery is For after taking one bottle I was entirely cured You cant say too good of a medicine like that its the surest and best remedy for dis eased lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Hay throat or Lung Trouble 50c Trial bot tle free Guaranteed by B E McRot erts lm STONE Mr Clay Fowler sold to Berry Bru mer Jessamine county one colt for 50 one horse for 65 one 2year old for 75 and one yearling stear at Jim Parks bough 20 head of cattle in Madison county Robert Long and WH Fain spent several days at the Lexington fair Mr and Mrs Dave Hunter are visii lull Irene Greston and Luther Raney Mrs Mary Sanders has returned from Crab Orchard J F Stone is on the sick list Next Sunday is our regular meeting day I The Best BOIIIf FeverAny 100 20 anything M F 4 Skin Diseases Readily Cured by Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering from any form skin or scalp disease would you like get prompt relief and be permanent cured by a clean liquid preparation f external use Mr R E MoRoberi the druggist has this remedy in sloe and wants his customers to know tin it is recommended for Eczema Blacl heads Pimples Dandruff Tetter diseases of the skin and seal Zemo has made some remarkable curt and with each purchase of Z mo M McRoberts will give you a booklet c skin diseases and you can diagno your own case and be cured in you own home without any inconvenient or loss of time from business by tli clean simple preparation Importance of Manners Manners are the happy ways of d ing things If they are superficial are the dewdrops which give such depth to the morning meadow Vanity of Life How small a portion of our life it I that we really enjoy In youth we ar looking forward to things that are t come In old age we are looking bacl ward to things that are gone past I manhood although we appear indee to be more occupied in things that ar present even that is too often al sorbed in vague determination to b vastly happy on some future day whe we have time When Sick Women suffering from head ache backache pain inside or nervousness or any other resulting from female trouble should and use it regularly Cardui has been found by thousands of ladies to relieve female weak ness by to health the weak womanly organs 1 I I S ailment get Cardul restoring C another Take CARDUI MrF S Mills Marietta Calif tried Cardui and writes I dont think anyone can recommend a more highly than I can Cardui I had a mishap followed by I positively I would have died had it not been for Cardui When I began taking it I could not stand on my feet After two bottles I was cured and I now weigh 165 pounds Cardui itwill help Sold everywhere believe tak- Ing you E45 medicine inflammation SAM Winning the Professors Daughter By ELLIS STEPHENSON It seemed incredible that such an al together satisfactory girl as Nellie Masterson could be the daughter of a man so exactly opposite as the of sociology in Oread college He was not good to look upon and he was not agreeable to come in contact with Time and indigbstion and the militant exploitation of certain theo ries which can never become popular had transformed him into a something which bore little resemblance to the ideal man who is growing old grace fullyProf Ira Newton Mastersons per sonal appearance and manner were in the most decided antithesis to to idea of social betterment and It came almost as a shock to be told that he was one of the most eminent of the day Nellie idolized him but the time came when her courage and determina tion were put to the severest test It happened that John Rossiter asked her to marry him She had known him always and liked him She even admitted the possibility that they were made for each other and that she knew there would never be anybody else who would be so dear to her at least he had made the assertion she had not denied it John Rossiter was the richest man In Oread That alone would have dis credited him in the estimation of Masterson but when to this was added the fact that John Rossi ters wealth was inherited the of fense was past condonation Hadnt the professor devoted himself body and soul to the task of making it clear to mankind that most of the evil in human life is due to Inherited wealth His views on the subject had even been translated into Russian and had the honor of censorship and suppressionIt vain that John protested that he should not be held responsible for something in which he had no ac tive part So confident was ho that Nellie would fall into his own way of thinking that he was almost thrown into a state of helpless ness by the firmness with which she opposed his suggestion to regard her fathers arbitrary dictum as a mere professional pleasantry Why why Nellie you dont mean to say you share his prejudices against Inherited wealth do you he asked with wide open eyes Im afraid I do John she replied seriously Anything father says seems right to me I suppose I should make an exception of you if I were do lug itWhat in the name of goodness do you expect me to do he demanded excitedly Shall I sell all I have and give It to the poor Nellie shook her head and sighed j Do you really think I am worth it she asked Try me and see for yourself returned eagerly I will do whatever you s When he left her the his face was not that of a man without I hope There was a determined look in his features although something d like a smile lurked in the corners of his mouth and his eyes were lf brightIn than a fortnight from that day all Oread was in throes of a new II excitement Professor Masterson had e been asked to resign It was John Rossiter who made his way to the desk and took a seat the man who found so much to decry in inherited wealth Ah Mr Rossiter it is you I was expecting a visit from the committee of trustees he sai- di I am that committee said John with his best business manner I have been elected president of the board and I come as a committee of one to notify you of our action in matter of the department of Remarkable I shouldnt have thought It possible declared the with every appearance of aston Ishment The board had made up Its mind to discontinue the department for the presentYes I feared as much But I wouldnt hear of it Sociology will be taught at Oread as long as I have any voice in the council AmazingTo an interest manifest I have today given a large sum of money to put the department on a firm footing and endow a chair of sociology at Oread Young man you have done nobly exclaimed the professor grasping Johns hand and shaking it wildly Al though I shall not be a part of it I shall take the most joyful interest in the new work- I hope you havent made any other arrangement for next year professor said John We would regret exceed ingly to lose you just as the way opened to you for fresh opportunity for achievement On behalf of the trus tees I am authofized to offer you a chair of sociology at Oread with a salary of 3000 per annum Professor Masterson was speechless His lips moved but no sound came from his mouth Dont you think Id better go and tell Nellie that the blockade against inherited wealth is raised John laughedFor answer the professor with a mighty effort to command himself the single word OnT Life M Paiou Canal has had one frightful drawback mala ria troublethat has brought suffering and death to thousands The germs cause chills fever and ague bilious ness jaundice lassitude weakness and general debility But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and malaria tboubles Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of Lucama N C and Ive had good health ever since Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney Troubles and prevent Typhoid 50c by B E HcBoberts lm i I I professor I re- ceIved a h wishgladly expressionon beside sociology professor JI uttered I U I t wMMwww hwwwwwwwwhM sociologists Professor hey t very s thee 0 I Guaranteed t k M4ywfi 1 T E prescription department is really what makes a firstclass drug I store and we pride ourselves on ours Absolutely pare drugs compounded by expert who follow your physicians instructions to the that is what makes our the favorite alike of the attending physician and the patient The other departments of the store are conducted on an equally high Our soda makes a specialty of rich red spark ling refreshing FANTAZServed in a variety of attractive ways R E Me Roberts Son letter n 2t pharmacists uBI kikiUy f- itU On the next STUDEBAKER Wagon you pass on the roadW- hy arent they split and cracked like the ordinary wagon Because the ordinary wagon hub is made from oak a wood that splits and cracks very easily while x Wagon hubs arc made from Eastern Black Birch a very spring 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 Itashy and will not stand the strain Studebaker hubs cost more than any other hub on the market but they 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 WALKERPhone IS Prompt Delivery When you think of building see the Danville Lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated A- DAXViLLE KENTUCKY 4 Estimates Promptly Furnished J Change of Firm Haveing bought out the interest of my part ner Will Doty Jr I will continue to do at the old stand I iim prepared to do all kind of Tinning and Plumbing at reasonable prices and will appreciate a call C D McCarthyT- in and Plumbing Shop wIly NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW illllif HASELDEN Office National Bank of Lancaster are OOOO OOC i I- l5 2g X I jCC CC OC C f t X OOOO OCK I I I I I 2 I I I I X oocDOtI I Phone 3r s t i o 4s N N N NO NNNN N a ON4s N X i i business t ti Neckwear At very prices while they last Having a few Dutch Collars Jabots and other Novelties in Summer Neckwear that we wish to dispose of to make room for FALL NOVELTIES We will sacrifice these desireable goods to our Customers The Joseph Mercantile Company Jc r l I jF 1 low I I 1 i 1f w- aJr 1 J r i r- g 1 All Ladies 1 A J = Gossip About People V X N A Brief Mention of the Comings 2nd Goings Ly Those Wz Are In Mr G Y Coan left Monday for Cal iforniaMr D Tomlinson was in Lex ington Sunday W n Ward was in Lexingtnn or business last week Miss Reaufcih Grimes was a viSitor at the Brodhead fair Mr Geo Lexington vas in town Tuesday Miss Lucy Francis was a yifcitor it Bojles capital Saturday Lewis Gill and Geo Harris arespeud lug a week at Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs Loyd Sanders of Crab Orchard were in town Monday Claud Conn is visiting his Mr J T Conn of Wiliuore Ed Collier of Memphis is with his parents Mr and Mrs J B Collier Miss May Burton of Louisville i the truest of Miss Kathleen Walter Mr James Smith and Mss Pearl Beitis spent Sunday at Crab Orchard Mrs C M Richardson and suns of Lexiayton are visiting relatives here Miss Alaa Arnold is at home after a two at Dripping Mrs John Johnston and children of Louisville are here visiting relatives Mrs I J Spencer of Lexington has joined her husdaiid nere fur a visit Mrs Ann Robinson is in Paint Lick visiting her sister Mrs James Fran Miss Ethel Grant of Danville came this week for a visit to Lancaster rel at ices Mrs A B Arnold of Lojiville has betu with Mr Robert Arnold and familyMiss Belle Dewery of Stanford is here visiting her cousin Miss Estell Walker Mr Scott Ham vife and Melissa attended the Blue Grass fair last week Mrs J Wood Bourne quite sick and her many friends hope to see her out soon Samuel Denny has returned from a recuperative stay at Battle Creek Michigan Miss Fairy Belle Oakes of Monti cello is a guest at the home of the Misses Mr J C Smith father of Mrs Thos Cjnn has returned to his home in Ft Smith Arkansas Miss Alice Rankin of Stanford is the guEst of her cousins Misses Jennie and Mary Rankin Mesdames J Fleece Robinson and S C Denny were visitors at the Blue Grass Fair Friday Mrs Louis Landram of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs A B Marksbury Mrs George Robinson of Danville is here for a stay with her mother Mrs Rebecca Richard Kennedy of Virginia is dnP of wceksstay cis J sit r i Rankin II- i 1 i t st 4 4 I Hf ginbotham Ir p F grandfather I I t Spring- Y I a r Wt j A here fora visit tt his mother Mrs Alexander Kennedy W C Wherritt of New Orleans is here for a visit to parents Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt Elder A B Barnes wife and mother of Richmond were visitors in our midst Sunday night Miss M try Johnston is at home from a pleasant visit to Air and Mrs Larry- D Jones of Monticello Misses Minnie and Bessie Brown vi iterl their aunt Mrs Stephen Poor of Bryanlsville Sunday Miss Conn has returned from a two weeks visit to her uncle Mr Hume E Llucker of Louisvi ie Miss Louise KaufFman returned Saturday night from a visit to Mrs I N Combs of Lexington Misses Joan Mount left Tuesday morning for a visit at Mt Stirltni and LaGrange Miss Minnie Gulley has returned from a pleasant stay with relatives in Richmond anrt Lexiuglth Mrs M K Denny was very sick the first of the week but we are glad to re port is very much improved Misses Sarah and Jennie Washburn of Louisville have arrived for a visit to Mr and Mrs T J Price Mr G A Walters of Kings Moun tain has been a guest at the home of Mr and Mrs Johu Walters Miss Katharine Harris of Stanford is here visiting her grandparents Mrs E Harris Mrs Fred P Frisbie son will leave this week for a visit to Mrs Xevin Carts of Liacoln Misses Mary and Madge Ilackley of Danville have been recent visitors of Misses Mayuie and Ethel Walter Mis Belle Patterson Mershon of Sherman Texas is here visiting Mrs John Walter and ether relatives Misses Martha and Helen Gill Messrs J M Farra and R L David son spent Sunday at Dripping Mrs Elizabeth Burgess and little son of Bryantsville have been recent guests of Miss Amanda Anderson Miss Willie Henry of Lexingtjn it the attractive guest or her sister Mrs Henry C Simpson on Richmond St Msses Callie and Mattie Adams have returned from a visit to their sister Mrs Ed England of Atlanta Attorney W I Williams was one of the pall bearers at the funeral of J udge Saufley in Stanford Sunday afternoon Wm Fox Logan has returned to his hcrne in New York City after a visit of several weeks to Lancaster friends Charles W West left last week for a visit to his brothers Messrs Millard Louis of Washington City Mrs A B Elkin of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs Samuel John ston and brother Robert Arnold and familyMrs Nannie Wallace daughter Miss Annie and son O T Wallace of Charlotte N C are here fora visit to relativesDr M Grant and sons Lucian and Bowman and Miss Lily Dale Grant were visitors at the Lexington fair last Thursday Mrs Ernest Woods and sister Miss Royston and Mrs Thomas Slavin are II I hi I land I Margret I f I I Judge W and I I I I I I I lat I and Thurston and and Hudson all at Battle Creek Mich for healthMrs Annie Doty and son Jame have returned to their home in Miller sburg after a visit to Mr Alex Dot and family Miss Opal Catron of Somerset has returned home after a pleasent visit to her cousins the Misses Hams at HyattsvilleMr B Mason has returnee from Chicago wherh he attended tin meeting of the Knight Templar Con Mrs Ada Kinnard is in Louisville buying goods for her fall trade and expects to buy many up tcdate and exclusive things Mrs Ernest Sprague and charming little daughters Chastine and Helen Elizibeth of Louisvill are the guest of Mrs W R Cook Mrs N N Tallahassee Fla who has been visiting her sister Mrs T J Price is in Louisville for a dLort visit to friends Attorneys Tut Burnam of Rich mond and Nat Bronaugh of Nichol asville were in Lancaster the past week on legal business J Raymond Haselden wifeaud chil dren and Mrs B F Walter left Mon day for a two weeks recuperative stay at Dripping Spring Misses Ida Rineheart and Stells Fish who have been visting Miss Mary Arnold have returned to their homes in London Kv Mr and Mrs Vanden Canfield of Aurora Ind and Mrs Logan Wood of Danville were guests of Mrs J M Mount last Thursday Messrs Horace L Walker Fred P Frisbie Miss Nancy Walker Mrs Geo D Robinson and Mrs Clay were in Crab Orchard Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs A F Sanders and daughter Miss Bertha and Dr J L Pursley were visitors in Frankfort and at the Lexington fair the past week Miss Rella Arnold has returned from a trip east where she attended several of the Millenary openings and purchased a line of the newest styles Judge Homer W Batson who has been visiting his father Mr R H Batson was called to Nicholasville by the critical illness of his little daugh terMrs W N Mueller of Stanford has been called here by the serious illness of her sons wife Mrs Bohon Campbell It is pronounced a bad case of typhoid feverMiss Norma and Miss Lidia are with relatives in Versailles and attending the funeral of their uncle Mr Charles Alexander of Woodford county Miss Pearl Hardin who has been visiting her sister Mrs Alex Walker left last week for a stay in before returning to her home at Decatur IlL Mr and Mrs Faulkner of Lexing ton nee Miss Katherine Hood of Junction City were visitors the past week of Dr T J Hood and sister Miss Emma Mrs K F Postle who has been with Lancaster relatives for a visit is now in Toledo Ohio for a stay be fore returning to her home in South Passadena California Mrs J B Soper who has been under their cIa ve M lbry of I Elmore Indianapolis Owing to the rain and muddy grounds at the Fair we had to call our CHINAMEL demonstration and Graning Contest off But to give our Customers the benefit of it we will hold it each Saturday for the next three weeks on August 6th 13th and 20th at Our Store and to the lady making the best grain we will give as a prize an entire rccm outfit of CHI NAMEL Prizes to be given Saturday night Contest free to all try for it So come and F R I S B I E S rSoMo r rriJ JBrm m I J J J FJ II 7 11 II I IiI D ro iih I nr j J l each py DRUG STOREy t w- w treatment in the Hospital here sufficiently recovered and home and speaks very highly of treatment while there Miss Bettie Carpenter of Preach ersville is here visiting Lancaster friends Mrs Annie Ramey of Eminence i the guest of her daughter Mrs Ei WalkerDr S Doolin of Somerset been with Mr and Mrs David Ranlcii for several weeks Mrs E N Wallace and children have returned from a very pleasan visit to Nicholasville Mr and Mrs Benjamin Lear o California are here for a visit to their nephew Mr Wm Lear and family Mr Lear is a native of Garrard bu this is his first visit to his old horn for nearly fifty years Mr and Mrs R E Hughes and lit tie daughter of Louisville are here for the Frisbie Logan nuptials which occurred Wednesday morning at residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John W Miller Miss Helen Thurmond who has been the guest of Miss Katherine Simpson for the last two weeks left Tuesday morning for Danville where she will visit friends and then she will go tc Horse Cave to begin her school Miss Thurmond has many friends here who are always glad to have her wltt them The Retort Direct See here cried the artist who had come to complain about the ma terials he had bought I cant imag ine anything worse than your paints Thats strange replied the dealer dont you ever use your Imagination OD your painting Three Guesses- A very curious Instrument has been discovered in an Egyptian tomb The wise men are divided as to its and use Some think it an ex aggerated stiletto others an etching tool for mural designs And perhaps after all it is only Miss Pharaohs hatpin Cleveland Plain Dealer Humanity In the Lowest Know that the great art to love your enemy consists in never losing sight of man in him humanity has power over all that is human the most inhuman man still remains man I never can throw off all taste for what belongs to you must learn to wait Lavater Jersey Real Estate Monte Cristo was playing to a crowded house in a New York theater In a box sat a man who had looked on the wine when It was red When Monte mounted the rock in the sea and exclaimed The world is mine the man in the box shouted Whatll you take for Hoboken BUCKEYE Mr Willie Ray and daughter Stella Ford of Madison were guest ot Mrs Thorton Anderson Tuesday night Mr and Mrs J O Bogie and have been visiting relatives at MorelandMr Mrs Porter Wearen Mr and Mrs Virgil and Mesdames Liza Ray and Martha Ann Dcsier spent Sunday with Mrs Nancy Jine Ray Miss Lina Schooler has returned to her home at KIrksville after spending two weeks with her sister Mrs NoeL The Misses Dickerson entertained number of their young friends Sunday Mrs Raymond Ray and son Niel spent last week with Miss Stella Ford BayMr Nead Teater and family of Loyd were guests of Mr and Mrs Mal Carter Rev Adams and wife of Cincinnati end Miss Willie Pierce or Louisville ilso Mr and Mrs Oscar Bay spent Wednesday evening with Mrs Thor ton Anderson and Mias Linnie Preston of Stone was quest of Miss Katie Mae son Friday night has returned their has t the character I r manbut I I II 7 children Layton Jasper quite the I 1 ll a son DIcker 1 YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Phone cents for eggs S D Turner tf I am standing my Jersey bull 100 cash R L Elkin Arbuckles coffee 15 cents a packag tf S D Turner Just opened a Lowney Candy 34tX B Zimmer I want to rent a small farm tf Dock Turpin Fresh Lowrieys Oandy 34tf Bring me your bacon at 2 cents tf S D Turner Too many I must reduce my large stock You can get a WxJtRomans 729tf If you want a uggy wagon or har ness them cheap at Romans 729tf Now if you want a first class buggy cheap They going fast 729tf JRomans Let me draw your plans for a mod ern and uptodate home giving price and specification for building same Miss Bettie Anderson Now is time to buy an Old Hickory wagon todeliveryour wheat 729tf FOUND A ladies hand bag spectacles and other contents an have same by this notice Dont forget the Old Hickory wagon is built stronger and fuss light sr than any wagon on the market 729tf W J Romans I am in the market at all times or fat and mules also for See or 92 jb fore sell V W The on the Old Hickory it in the lead f all other V Romans Wanted Reliablejenfergetic man Lubricating oils greases and in and adjacent coun ties Cleveland Ohio Limber Fir Sale On next Court day Mon lay August 22nd 1910 at two oclock u the afternoon we will sell at outcry in front off the in Lancaster ell the Lumber owned by the association prospective may inspect at Also wish to state any claims against he must be tome at once 53t R L Elkin Sect nasal Cam nos uossai uejodiu nq pJ H Overfed Britishers Tens of thousands in our midst are suffering from the effects of too frequent meals British Health Review Work was surprised to hear that Smith had failed He always Teemed to be very busy in his office Woggs Yes he spent more time in tacking up those Inspiring wall notices than any other man I ever saw Puck News Defined Some people never can understand what news is Let us define it A tally paper will never publish am because a maltese cat eats a But let the canary eat the cat and what will happen Toronto News I Payln FI een I 19 for fr sh at Zimmers country J f I I Ket W J W J Romans for feedi horses me phohe you i B Burton lat jlVpr ement va c 729tf W J to sell r Salary o Commission 3TE 819lt County public Courthouse air Any same t presented sal 1tre1Iod1IIJ inq sapreq iI aArrs tpsar 1 today BoggsI can I x f1 T J lot o buggies bargain Come are the W contain g owner paying l on wagon saints Gar L OILCO i alters the irj grounds v tI1I a ciation soar sores eqi- I of uaapll P anoL ez- ra see r tx WALTER A WOOD The Best and Most Durable Made JohnDeereBuggies ii Brown and Deere 1 j Sec 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 Co Our chief aim from now to the later part of August is to CleanOUR Springand Sommer Stock Prices will not be considered To turn the stock into cash is the desired object Come in and you will readily see our AD means something R H BATSON Lancaster Kentucky Be Sure to GLEN LILY White House before you say FLOUR to the grocer then youll get the best Garrard Milling Company Phone 47 r rtfijr m l rI1 ffiJ rnt Binders J Mow rs and I I ii- ii IIl- ii i r J tiI WHITE ELEPHANT STORE II III UpII II All Lingerie Dresses off I I 11111111111111111111111111111111 1111 1111 I 111 11 III say a i ii OR I f i i j f I I I 11 IIIIIIIIIIIIII lI IJJJJ Rakes i Cultivators f II I I J EI IL Farm and Stock The defects of the sow are as surely transmitted as are the strong points Animals need a vaiiy of food and those who fail t provide it do not get the best resut Pigs intended for pork next fall should have the best of care prepara tory to finishing for slaughter The Indian farmers in Alberta Canada sold 200 head of cattle foiSTS per head These cattale were shipped direct to England It is a serious thing to excite anim and cause hem to become too licit Kiidntss to animals is always tile but it is especially desirable iu hot weather All of the straw from wheat should be utilized When gram is cut at the proper the straw is relished by animal Bale and store good straw fur your milk cows next winter Green food will be needed for sows that farrow in August Plant cow peas peanuts beans and sorghum for this purpose Without grazing or soiii ig crops summer pigs wi 1 not be profitable A glut of cattle from the drouth stricken western States caused drop of about 100 per hundred cm Chicago in trket about August 1 Feeders in better circumstances held back to get benefit of their feed and with hope of a higher market The young pigs must have dry beds and the bedding should be changed frequently and lime or some othei disinfectant sprinkled in the bed when it is cleaned Mmy young pigs become infected wi h disease through their navels cowing in contact with damp and foul beds Some years ago the tendency of those engaged in improving corn was to try to secure long ears without re gard to the character of the cob It is now apparent that in turn grow ing as ia other things what may be termed the medium ear is generally best It has been found easier to develop an ear of moderate length so that it will have a large diameter long kernels and a small amount of cub than to develop a lung ear with the same qualities JIVB STUCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Aug 17 Cattle Hogs Receipts SX 3017 7 Shipments i 5 iSG CATTLE Shippers 565 6 Butcher steers extra a Good to choice i 5 Common to fair 3 004 Heifers extra iiCGood to choice 4 503 Common to fair 2 7 1 Cows extra 4 75 Good to choice 4 4 Common to fair 2 OD S Cancers Q va3 Bolls balognas SS 4 Extra 4 SO I Fat bulls r Kg 3 CALVES extra S 7 c K t Common and large 3 0 t o HOGS good packers and butchers 8 P S Mixed packers s 00 i Stags 4 Common to choice heavy fat sos 5 5i 7 Light strippers 9 25 9 Pigs 110 Ibs and less iOO9 4 Good to choice 3 io Common to fair 1 75 3 LAM S extra 6 75 O Good to choice 5 iCCommon to fair SM5 Strange Phenomenon It is no Isolated phenomenon to find togetter the highest ideals and the most contemptible meanness 1 time sy th Sheep I t foOl r i 51 nil Itxi I 1 00IoFair to good lJ SJ 5 GOO 00 JO I 00 J 00 Si 5 I aLsf-f ad visa m 7019 tg iS i i 5 y 40 SHEEP extra di WASHINGTON NEWS tny TAVEXXEU Special to The Record Kansas City Mi Aug 18 1010 Thousands of Republicans through out tlie laud and iu the insurgent districts particularly ars becoming impatient at Roosevelts apparent re luctance ti state exactly where he stands on the subject of insurgency The result is that Theodore Roose velt is not quite as an ex president as he was immediately fol lowing his return from Africa This is an unbiased conviction that has been forced upon me after having traveled from Washington to the Pacific coast and back I have talked with hundreds of persons of al classes and have sojHirned especially in the insurgent districtf Roosevelt is not unpopular I do not wish to convey that impression lie still has a large following Cut many of Roosevelts admirers seem to feel the expresident is wait ing to see which faction of his party is the strongest instead of making a de Oil the basis of which faction is morally right If Roosevalt acts quickly and wih clearcut candor he may prevent inroads on his popularity If he does not so act the movement which he is given credit for having started will march on without him with La Follette or some other genuine at the head WILL T It AID LODGE Word has come into the west va the Associated Press that Roosevelt will campaign fur tne reelect of Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of who declares ultimate is a myth Roosevelts admirers are gulping hard over this information They have been educated by LaFollette and other genuine progressives to know Lodge as a tool of Aldrich and the special interests They also have the word of no less er authority than Representative Butler Ames a Republican insurgent of Lodges own state of Massachuset t that the political machine of Senator Lodge is backed by all the large and is used to advance the selfish financial schemes of the large railroads banUing and manufac turing interests he Lodge serves in the halls of Congress Roosevelts great popularity has been largely due to the belief of the people that he was the enemy of such corporation servers as Lodge Therefore all over the land the ex lents friends are asking How can Roosevelt conscientiously speak for a man like Lodge when he does nothing for men like LaFollette The mere asking of this question has the tendency of placing Roosevelt the defensive bad for any politician great or small to be on the defensive TIlE DEMOCRATIC 1OSITION Republican spell binders have inti mated the Democratic party stands for free trade Absolutely free trade is impractical with the United States Every country in the world including Great Britian levies some tiriff and ttiis country must always do so The Democratic position substantially as folows First The government should never collect one penny more of reve nue than necessary to administer its affairs with rigid economy Second The lowest rate that will yield the greatest amount of revenue should be imposed Third Luxuries should always bear the highest revenue duties Fourth Experience has vindicated the wisdom of advalorem duties as t t I I corporations I I I Ion And it i 1 on the popular ch ion further progressive an Massachusetts consumer pre subject Wanted I will be in town MONDAY Court Day AUGUST 22nd 1910 at W B Stable Kentucky and want to buy 1 OO old mules and a of mule colt LA0BERT YORK PA MULES Burtons twoyear y liJ J 1J J J 2 n i T Lancaster Toad I being the correct practice Fifth Revenueduties should be laid so as to operate with equality throughout the union discriminating neither for nor against any class or sectionSixth Absolute necessities should go on the free list Seventh There should he a duty upon practically Ill imports with certain exceptions These exceptions should be bv the test Impoits coming in competition with trusNcou trolled products should be placed on the free list and articles of absolute necessity should be imported free of duty AIiDlUCII AT HEADQUAUTKItS Quite an impoilml conference was held on J Pierpont Morgans vacht Corsair off Newport R I recently It is understood that Morgan guests included Sent Nelson W Aldrich SenGaorgf P We tin who had just returned f om seeing President Taft atBeveryund Charles D Norton the Presidents secretary Morgan is known to tike the view that Aldrichs retirement from the Senate would be a national calamity and it is believed he urged Al Inch to recoiiMiJer the matter Politicians in Rhode have never believed Aldrich would retire at the end of this term as he announced lst spring It was not expected that to lose its most able representative in the NECESSITIES President Taft asserts that in the PayueAldrich hill necessities were favored at the expense ol luxuries Here are a few comparisons which show how the Republicans really fa vored the necesslies The necessity raw was taxed 55 per cent while the luxury diamonds cut but not set were taxed only 10 per cent Such necessities as blankets 11 muds womens dress goods shawls knit goods apparel and other woolen manufactures were made tc pay a tax of from SO to 140 per cent while the luxury automobiles were taxed but 45 percent ALASKA GOES INSURGENT Even the people of faraway Alaska have rebelled at Republican stand patism James Wickersham Republican of Juneau has just been re elected to Congress over Ed ward Orr the Taft Guggenheim can ti date The Day of the Elevator Every day there are twice as many people traveling vertically in New York in the elevators as are carried horizontally by the various lines Rights and Duties The world is sick and weary of talk perpetual talk about rights and it listens with avidity and hope to one who speaks of duties and speaks to them plainly and emphatically GIANT HIMALAYA IS CHOICE Berry Has Rapidly Grown in Popular Favor in Last Five an Oak Tree The Giant Himalaya berry was five years ago by the Charles A Lily company Seattle Wash Since that time it has covered California Washington and Oregon It has been found to be the best paying blackberry from a commercial standpoint and is as hardy as an oak tree The bloom is shell pink the size of a peach bloom berries jet black oblong in shape sweet and have a port wine flavor It throws its fruiting canes from the imposed revenue determined Ire promised Wall street would consent Senate sugar wear transportation YearsHardy- as introduced s Hand FAVORING insurgent Giant Himalaya Berry main canes 12 to 18 inches long by 10 to 12 inches wide having 50 to 100 I blooms and later fruits Almost all other blackberries have 10 to 15 The Giant Himalaya is also excellent for covering old buildings walls etc It looks fine trained to a post in the lawn tying the canes to the post When they reach the top pinch them back say two inches they will then branch out and form a bush or weeping tree that is a beauti ful sight in July with its shell pink blossoms Spraying Fruit Spraying is a preventive and not a remedy There are a few fungus dis eases that can be destroyed by butthey can also be prevented the same operation The damage done by a disease or can be only by the plant itself Such work as can be done to protect it from further damage is about all that can be done for it Spraying should be done early and the protection made more complete before the diseases and in sects appear Hens in the Orchard Hens will pick tip many Insects if al lowed the run of orchard to the ad vantage of both hens and orchard Roosting in the tree though should be prevented I i summerhouses I I i by an insect t spray- Ing repaired the 3Y d tint n bY ti3 e x Shade and water are important Give the work horse proper rest Egg eating by fowls is a serious vice The chickens have many pecks of fun at feed time The gasoline engine is solving the labor problem on the farm The nest of the setting hen should be kept clean and free from vermin Gum exuding from the roots of the peach tree Bores at work get after themWhen the colt is dropped It should nourishment from the dam within the first half hour Sow some turnips in succession every two weeks A row 2ft feet long will produce a large quantity Agriculture is an art which adorns the land so that it adds to mans physical health and mental pleasure We can kill weeds by spraying but they will not stay dead without rota tion mowing and pasturage of the landAfter the sweet corn has been used cut the plants and feed them to tho cows The land may then be used for late beans At no time Is the skimmllk in a better condition to make the most of It than when it is fresh and sweet just from the separator With a good supply of straw for bedding much good manure can be made every and manure Is the very life and success of a farm If your fruit needs thinning and you have not already thinned it do it at once It is better to thin late than to run the risk of injuring the treesPrune blackberries and raspberries Cut back the canes and remove all dead plants This will greatly re juvenate the plants and cause next year Keep the weeds down A garden full of weeds is no indorsement for you as a husbandman Late cultivation is necessary for weeds are not retarded by the summer sun If the flower garden crops are not making due progress stimulate them with nitrate of soda A teaspoonful worked into the soil about a dahlia is about the correct proportion If the grass on the entire lawn seems sickly and does not make a good growth It may be that the soil Is sour In such case give the entire lawn a dressing of lime to sweeten the soil As there is no proportion between equal things your farm to be pro portionally beautiful should be made up of unequals Unequal fields un equal garden beds unequal buildings unequal rooms and so on Dont build a large house lay yards and then fill them with expensive fowls until you have given the business a fair trial on a less elaborate scale Practical experience is a valuable asset in profitable poul try raising Kill the weeds in the corn and pota toes Weeds take up moisture the crops need and prevent the circulation of air thus encouraging the spread of plant diseases They shade the ground and keep the soil from absorbing heat an important factor in corn growth Theoretically one would think that the work horse ought to rest at night instead of being obliged to graze for several hours during the natural period but practically the effect of the grazing and the night exercise Is conducive to the very best kind of health and thrift Every farmer knows that sheep will make better gains in flesh on a dry clover hay ration with the same amount of grain than any other kind of farm live stock The reason for this is that sheep consume a larger portion of the leaves of the lover hay and not so much of the coarse woody stalk The best investment any farmer can make with his surplus money is in his farm When some farm ers get ahead and have spare money they either buy more land or begin to lend money for the interest it will draw These are not unwise things to do but they are not the best things to do with money Dairying has the advantage in that it enables the farmer to utilize the labor of his family the forage and grain grown on the farm and to make the most possible out of a small farm It may be said further that it brings a steady income every week with which to pay running expenses this to the young farmer is in many eases no inconsiderable item It is useless to hunt for some prep aration that will kill Canada thistles and quack grass There is no such remedy that is worth anything so thorough that it will growth above ground for one growing season is the only effectual method of procedure When growth above ground is prevented the roots must dite for they leave no lungs through which to get oxygen Teachers Iisttate The Joint County Teachers will De held iu jDanviile begin ling August29 Supt M A Cassidy it Lexington and Miss LeIla of Richmond have been dhosen instructors I have explicit orders from State superintendent Begenstein the of any teacher fails to attend this institute 54L Jennie Higgins Supt i receive rest- Ing Cultivation prevent E Pat tore re year fruitfulness extensive improving Institute ridge voice certificate who 8 a Y G Space below this heading is for the exclu use of our farmer subscribers and la for the sale of stock grain and nch things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to No notice will be accepted over four lines and will only iu two Issues of the RCCUKD free of charge For Sale A nice red caw and calf W R Cook For Sale I have at all times 2 or 3 good horses to sell cheap R E L Murphy Paint Lick R R 2 For tvvcyearold mik cow giving about three rations vcr day 1 F Hi iis Pith t Lick I F D 2 For Sale 1 good brood mare with lioud mare muleat file price IGOOO S II Aldrich Hyatsviih Ky Phone 339 N Sile Fine brood mare years old and a three year old saddle bred gelding Alex West For Sale A nice four year old horse gentle for ladies to drive Thomps Arnold Strayed frun my place about AUK 1st 2 shoats one red nd ore black about 75 pounds each Ii ill be yladly received Mrs Garrett Wood Commissioners Sale of Land GA RRARD CIRCUIT COURT V R Cook Pluiutiir vs Caroline Anderson Etc Defendants In oOudeice to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at it lenular I me 1110 term in tile above styled case 1 as of said court in said case will on Monday Any 1910 between ten oclock a in and two oclock ui iti bein the regular County Court day of Ganrard county fur said muiuh to the highest and best bidder at the courthouse door in Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky herein after described real estate Said real estate lies in Lancaster Garrard County Ky and is described as follows Situated and that portion of the town of Lancaster Ky known as Duncantown in Garrard County and oei UK a part of the lot conveyed to Hampton Anderson by Henry Masons heirs by deed of record in the Garrard Cjunty Clerks in need honk No 15 pane 248 dated March 10 189J and is bounded on the south by Joe Johnson west by Louis Durham on time by Louis Durham and on east by the street Said sale is made for time purpose of paying the indebtedness goiiig to Y R Cook and the costs of this action Sid debt and costs amount apuruxi mutely on the day of sale to SIS030 Sale will be made on a credit of mouths and the purchaser will be re quired to execute bond with good to the Master CommisMuner for the pui chase money beating inter est at the rate of six per cent per from day of sale till upon which bond execution may issue if not paid at maturity said hand having the force aud effect of a judgment A lien will be retained upon the land for the payment of the purchase money W IAVILLIAMS Mister Commissioner Garrard Circuit CourtJ E Robinson Atty for Plaintiff August 2 1910 Commissioners Sale of Lsuul GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT June term 1910 James Pollard Others Pills vs Myrtle Others Defts By virtue ofa judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its June term 1910 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY AUGUST 22nd 1910 before the court house door in Lan caster KV it being the first day of the August term of the Garrard Coun ty Court sell to time highest and best bidder the following described prop erty in Garrard County Ky A tract of laiuMi Garrard County Ky on or near the new Danville pike and West of the City of Lancaster and is bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in line to Sauney Bourne and corner to lot thence running with Nos 4 and 1 S 01 E 64 poles stake in the middle of the branch thence down same 22J W 142 poles to a stake at stone abamen thence S 10 W 17 poles thence S 451 28 poles b 8 W 14i to a stake in middle of said branch or creek thence S SS W 30 poles to a stake between two beeches corner to Sauney Bourne thence his line 3 E 95 poles to beginning containing 23 acres twenty three acrefThis is the same land that was con veyed to Robert PC Hard by W Me C Johnson as Commissioner of the Gar rard County Court on the day of May 1896 in divi ion of land sought by Robert Poll ud and others in said court The deed from said Johnson is now of record in the Garrard County Clerks ofllce deed book page This land will be sold as a whole as it is not susceptible of division and for the purpose of distributing the proceeds according to the respective rights of the partiesTERMS The sale will oe made on a credit of six months bond with good security for the purchase money will he re quired of purchaser payable to the un dersigned beariiig six per cent from day of sale mirth timid JKOW Special Muster Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court W I Williams Attorney for Pills 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 JOHN DUNCAN ouuoou 0 00 000 000 000000 FARMERS COLUMN i t oooooosoa Ive be I SaleA good eight weighing 2Id p ell Mice and ix annum id Caldwell t tea V N the interest LER BarberShop 1 r2 t t I t oooaoo coo ooacoooGe ooo ss a advertise Fur fut motion w Master Corn mis ioaer being north the security pc 1S C ttii No- l Mif O X r T r WJ L JfiJxe ffijL0if L l Ii m Now is your chance for I i 9 01 S i is ir HI lx PIIFIDvubht 1 I am cutting prices on bug gies right and left Don fail to one while they are SO CHEAP W J Romans Garrard County Farmers Institute at Court House Wednesday flug 24 1910 At m Meeting called to order by J G Blair Director Prayer by Pierce Welcome Address 20 minutes by J Dennv Response 15 minutes by J GL Blair 1040 a m Election of Permanent Chairman and Secretary 1100 a m Election of one Delegate to attend the al Oj the Election of Crop Reporters for Garrard County Afternoon Session I 30 Mieri ir caned tyor l by Ckiirmin Soil Fertility The Fanners Duty to M and Increase it Preventfmr Soil Washing The use of Farm nures and Commercial Fertilizers Crop Rotation W D Nich s Hon J R Mount G M Patterson Cultivation of Corn Seed Selection Testing J G Bfafr Walter Muss W H Fain B F Hudson Germs or Bacteria and their Importance to the Farmer W D1 XfchoHs Night Session 800Meet it i called to order by Chairman Why Agiiculture shuuid be Taught in Pullrc Schools Mis Jennie Suit Hun S D Cochran Developing the buy and hu v to keep him the Farm J G W D NLh rah J N Denny AUGUST 25th 9 a m Meeiiig called to order by Chairman Prayer by Revr F MTindar low to improve the wheat crop J G Binfr W F Champ Increasing Dairy Profits in Kentucky Henly Batin W D Nich Alfalfa and how ir JG Blair JasIHumH ii Injurious Insects and Spraying W D Nicholfs Robinson Afternoon Session 1 30 Meeting to order by Chairman Making Good Rinds and How Maintain Them JG Bhiir Joe E R ibins m Judge A D Ford Hog cholera and how to Prevent it by the New Government Method Tuber culosis in cattle its Detection by the Tuberculin Test its treatment W D Nicholas Noah Mircee Poultry Profits tend how to increase Them J G R L Eikltxt COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS J B BOURNE EMBRV NOT HAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 3r The Stales Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO BROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL Stiles Resources ExbtfefteJ DAILY RACES FIREWORKS r o AND EIS BAND Attractions Uptodata HUsaf HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BtOST WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT KSISUCIION PMFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES ayM vritelWIEWXAJI Secretary 321 ia o Q- I rrget I I BWErtOfraE21 lOa EllL N eo St tte t tin n ni1 ins mitt Blair etlh d t Blair W T WEST J ADAMS FOREST STAPP S I I E2LLEY I5EIOEt1 NAT Free FerbtW Pall J 13 14 t 1 Ret t institute 1 hts to grow Joe E W WHY sr 7 4 o w SEtTElRnsilat LOUISVILLE 1617