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THE CENTRALJFrorr TILe Land ofX PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT from The Land ofNow LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1910 NUMBER 20 0 RECORD4 TWENTY FIRST YEAR PLUMBING A B B AND Let us make you prices can save you some money We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing can furnish on short notice Lancaster Ky rMJ l B i B HOT TER STEAM HATING I TIN II COiN BROTHERS g tm i S s ROOFIN61 Dr Pearce will preach at McKen dree church Hubble next 11 a m and at Lancaster at night The W C T U meet in their room wen Browns store every Saturday 230oclock Thesubject was The Press three interesting papers were read A series of meetings will begin the Baptist church at Lancaster Sun day August 28iu Everyone is cordial Iv invited to attend these meetings The pastor will be assisted by Rev J C Martin of Jellico Tenn The W C T U District will convene Sept 22 23 at Dan ville Those or the local Union tak ing part are Mrs W A Rice who responds to the welcome address Mrs Wm Burnett who will take part In the discussiun SHow may we advance the work in our District Change Of Tune Trail The Freight Train No 55 is now due to pass Lancaster at 855 a m I returning at 1255 P M The i changer time went Into effect last Monday S 31 Sep 1 2 Round trip tickets via Queen will be sold Aug 30 131 September 3 1910 The round I trip rate from Junction City Ky for this occasion is 145 Sale Of City Property Hughes and Swinebroad report that they have sold for V A Lear his handsome rsidence on Lexington street to Samuel Cotten for 5050 We are glad to welcome Mr Cotten i and his family into our City A Winner Carleton Elkin has been showing his fine three year old road horse at the county fairs and he is a winner Out of eleven shows he has taken ten ribbons At last week took two blue ties and be expects to do better at Nicholasville next week Desirable Earm for Sale 110 acres near pike some choice tu I bacco good residence and or chard new tobacco barn excellent neighborhood Three miles from Lancaster a bargain if sold soon Inquire T C Rankin and S W Moss I Lancaster Ky or Editor of Record Farm Sold Messers H K Herndon and J L Gill sold their farm of 230 acres near Cartersvill to Mr Jno L Dozier of Knox County at 10000 per acre Mr Dozier is a prominent citizen Knox having been jailor two terms We are clad to welcome him to our county J at i i at r r r II r j Fair Aug 30 r I I r r r L r I Perryville her I I land II I I r I off Sunday last Saturday convention i I Cresent Route ie lwatered I I I 1WS1JS S Sv 1i SlS Sl 1S n i 10 S 0o Sin a a r iu aYaYIJYaYM y iYaYaOa 11Y YWYvafa raYtlYiC1rr7i 10a111 t9 t4- i 9 ii inWDIfl0 BY YFRICC B C J men college men men mand a particular individuality of dress will find exactly pleases Lest among Woolens and notty fashions we are from the Fall line of Ed FPrice Co These tailors will make clothes way you want at from 30 to 50 per cent below smaller tailors ordi narly and deliver unsur YOUNG Whode What them the superb J4 ERe H ANT the them What n J charge i 0 ftt7 0 o 0 showing TAILORS CHICAGO well passed quality style and satisfac TfcreeButtoaNoveltySack Soft Dip Front turn Let us measure you today H T LOGAN Fashion No 679 IRoll z s ifo01 i iI cIp s T IJt1 T I s ol O I p trIS R i gaO p I Lot Sold Hughes and have for John W Miller a lot on Danvill Street to Horace K Herndon for Mr Herndon will at once erect handsome residence on the lot and In and his estimable wife will move in to their new dwelling as soon as Everyone will be glad know of the return of Mr Herndon and wife to Lancaster Ne Appointment Made The 13th Judicial District is without a Judge Governor Cox has not made the appointment and the papers state that be will not do so but will wait until Governor Wilson returns and let him say who is man for the place Gcvernor Wilson will return the first of next week There are no new applicants for the place other than those named last week Tobacco Meeting At a meeting of The Burley Society Monday afternoon Messrs Ward Head ley and Bradley Wilson addressed a Inrire crowd of tobacco growers About 250 persons were present and listened with interest to what these gentlemen had to say They state that there will not be over a half crop this year in Kentucky and that if the pool is a success that tobacco will bring twenty five cents per pound This is a ques tion that demands the careful of every businees man and citizen of the county Another Fair Next Year Mr John M Farra announces that Lancaster will have another fair next year and that the same dates will be reserved This is good news to the many good citizens of this and adjoin ing Counties for it means a week of pleasure to the fair goers and a great help to our town and County Our fair has always been recognized as being one of the best ones in the State and Mr Farra is a good man to promote it Another company will very likely be organized and we hope that a large number of our best citi zens will join in an effort to make next year the best fair that Garrard County has ever known Close of Dr Pearces Pastorate Under the laws of the Methodist church the annual conference which meets at Harrodsburg on Sep 20th decides where each pastor shall preach next year Dr Pearces time with the Lancaster Methodist church expires on Sept 20th and it will be necessary that the conference reap point him or some one else to preach here the coming year Dr Pearce is a good preacher and a fine Christian man and the people of Lancaster and Garrard county showed their apprecia tion of his good work when a large number of them signed a petition ask ing that the conference send him to Lancaster for another year Other churches have also asked for him how ever we trust that the church of Lan caster may have the good fortune of having Dr Pearce with them for another year County Court Day Last Monday brought a large crowd of people to town and all the farmers were feeling good over the recent rain Business was good compared to the last two court days here Plug horses brought from thirty to sixtyfive dol lars Mr J W Miller sold a cow and calf forsixtyfive dollars Mr Prather reported 150 cattle at the stock pens which sold from three to five cents per pound 150 head of sheep which sold at 400 per head about ten hogs which sold at ten cents Mr W B Burton bought ten aged mules average 17500 per head Mr B T Henry of Carlisle Ky bought thirteen head of mule colts average 6500 per head Mr M Lauber of York Pa bought a car load of two year mules average 11000 per head Mr Thos Rankin bought of Price Bros ten three year old mules aver age 162 50 per head The fair ground lumber was sold to Mr John M Farra for 26500 Teachers kstiMe The joint institute of the teachers of Boyle and counties will be held at the public school buiding In Danville for one week beginning August 29 Supt Eawlings and Prof Fallis and his assistants are making prtpartions for a big event The will be presided over by Snpt RawlIngs and Miss Jennie Higgins superintendent of the Garrard county schools There will be 110 teachers in attendance aside from quite a num ber of visitors The institute will be conducted by Prof M A Cassidy the noted Lexington educator and E Patridge of Richmond Both are very superior as institute conductors and the teachers will dou btless be much benefited by their instruction On Wednesday night have been made for the appearance of the Florence Wright Concert Company of Indinapolis This is one of the finest concert com panies in the country and the are very fortunate in having an opportunity to hear splendid musicians and readers On Thursday night of the institute the teachers will be entertained by the League v Swine road sold 800 a completed to still the Garr and Miss LelIa teachers Improvement consideration institute arrangements these Burial of Judge W Con Bell The body of Judge V Con Bell was laid to rest in family lot in the Harrds burg cemetery on Monday afternoon at three A large crowd of sorrowing friends from Mercer and surrounding Counties gahererl at the grave to pay the last tribute of respect and love to all that was mortal of this distinguished citizen The funeral services were very only of scripture reading a shoit ad dress and prayer The remains of Judge Bell arived in Ilarrodsbiirg Saturday evenihg from Seattle where occurred the fatal which took so suddenly the life of the Judge Mrs Bell who was so seriously in the accident and who has been lingering for weeks between life and death the remains of her husband from Seattle to Harrodsburg together with her nurse and physician While Mrs Bell is reported to de con siderably improved in health as com pared with her condition some weeks ago is in a very serious condition but her family and friends have some hopes of her final recovery Mysterious Visitors On Thursday of last week a strange lady appeared at the home of Mr and Mrs Thos Eads Turnersville in an automobile She told Mrs Eads that her husband had gone across the country to another house and that she desired to wait until he returned In a few moments she left after heid the infant child o Mrs Eads in her lap Mrs Eads went out to the kitchen and returning into the house found that the strange lady had reentered her house and had the bahy in her arms She claimed to have lost a fine diamond pin and said that she thought it was in the babys clothes As Mrs Eads whosuspicioned some thing made an attempt to take her child the strange lady threw carbolic acid in her face and attempted to leave with the child however Mrs Eads held on to it and the strange lady left with a man in the automo bile without the child Ko trace whatever has been found of the automobile and the man and said to have been occupying it Several parties working near the road over which the kidnappers are alleged to have passed say they never saw an automobile of any description pass and the mystery is how the people got away The officers have been totally unable to establish a clew Mrs Eads was taken to the home of a relative in Stanford where she is being treated Brief Tribute The death of Judge M C Saufiey was a loss to the Judiciary and to the Commonwealth His brilliant career on the State and Federal bench is well known and having admired him for years I only desire to testify to those superior traits and qualifications which gave him eminence and which were in demand and valuable like gold and precious jewels because they are rare Ha was free from guile deceit treachery and prejudice possessed of a rich store of legal knowledge to gether and general in formation which was always in a clear and concise manner in rendering hisopinions and judgement He manifested no inordinate desire for wealth or distinction and spurned the overtures of the flatterer and the applause of the public With the courage of a Caesar the eloquence of Webster or Calhoon and the logic and discernment of Jefferson or Clay he was lead by pure impulses and ennobl ing motives and was never happier than when his conduct was approved by his own enlightened conscience When considered with those who opposed his ideals he was as a rushing torrent compared with a stagnant pool or the light of the sun compared with the twinkle of a distant star The language of Holy writ Know ye net that there is a prince and a great man fallen this day in Israel would apply with a change of time and placeHis freedom from factional alliance his fidelity to his friends and his man ner of dispensing justice to rich and poor friend and foe alike endeared him to the people Hence the sorrow over his passing is not confined to relatives but the people throughout the country feel keenly the loss as he guarded their interests against the thrusts of designing and unscrupulous individuals and factions that seek gain and distinction even at the sacrifice of the general welfare The truth of this assertion is manifest Official corruption is the bane of our country and it exists under the guise of honest intention Let us cultivate those sterling traits of character and nigh ideals which made him famous M D Hughes Teachers bstiMe The Joint County Teachers Insu will oe held in Danville begin ning August 29 SupL M A Cassidy it Lexington and E Pat ridge of Richmond have been chosen instructors I have explicit orders from State Superintendent Eegenstein to re the certificate of any teacher fails to attend this institute 54t Jennie Higgins Supt MoundCity Paints may cost a trifle C C J EStqrmes cluck I I a still woman Scientific j j i I i C Lute Miss Lelia yoke who more jL a fm formal consisting accident injured near haying with impacted j 1 3 8 a Dont get hot and Mad Try a Per fection Oil Gook Stove AND KEEP COOL Every Stove Guaranteed HASELDEN BROS REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES Season Sole of 14 SMasr I Muz 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 If you havent bought you are in luck We do not advise any one to wait as late as tIllS for summer clothes but if you have waited you get an extra benefit now be cause we are cleaning up our line of Hart Schaffner 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 why we do it JAMES W SMITH This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Subscribe for the Record Now is your chance ItitAr rnQ o 4 SZSZ A r ie I aD- o 9 i I I I n i t I b 1 S tZ S lfl ss z z r0 T 70700707 V Ji lOur Endof The II theses I I 1 J 1 X 1 xs I I I j lw- I J i- l 1a i til d r l r r Q j S C T or- T BUGGIES 0 I am cutting prices on bug gies right and left Don fail to get one while they are SO CHEAP W J Romans I to MidSummerWe are offering every article in our immense stock at reduced prices now in order to make room for Fall Stock If You Need Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattings Pianos Etc let us you as it will be to your advantage A call will convince you that your money has greater purchasing power now than ever before VTi 7 s lBargains A L servo I F HURT Lancaster p 7 fwJwuw rLJJt1 H CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED t ISSUED WEEKLY J100 A YEAR From The Land Of torn GREEN CLAY WALKER Entered ct the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky a SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky August 26 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City 500 For County Offices 1000 Fir Slate and District Offices 1500 Fur Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For alp publications iu the of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS Harvey Helm ol Lincoln County The Theriless Cactus Notwithstanding the recent drift of criticism it is being conceded that Mr Burbanks thornless cactus is going to be a plant of immense value both for forage and as a food plant The new plant will come true from graft and is being reproduced that way as well as by leaves broken off and planted When the young plant is three years olJ it stands 6 feet high as much in circumference and weighs 500 pounds There will be 500000 plants distributed during the current year and these will be distributed thru the Gulf States as well as Calfor nit Four tons of the fodder is said to be equal to one ton of alfalfa and one acre of land will produce as much as four acres of alfalfa But we have to take into account that this cactus will grow where the alfalfa will not on the most unproductive soil while it needs no irrigation whatever Then we have 10 ta20 tons of fruit per acre and this also has a commercial value It can be used for making syrup boiled or canned The leaves are said to be very similar to egg plant as a salad or fried Mr Burbank does not claim and never has claimed that this is the only thornless cactus in the world but he has developed a variety superior to anything before known An acre of this plant will support five to ten dairy cows while hogs and sheep do admirably feeding on it It serves for drink as well as for food as it con tains such a large percentage of water It looks now as if we should see this plant as popular as the cow pea and the velvet bean in the States at leastin California Colorado aud around the Gulf If the cacti can redeem some hundreds of millions of arid acres while the legumes more than dcuble the productivity of our better soils the door is opening much wider to an enormously increased and at the same time better fed popula Independent Edt r and OncesS interest Flor Ida tionThe Southern RESOLUTIONS Passed by Boyle County Bar A meeting of the Danville Bar As sociation was held at the court house Monday morning for the purpose of adopting resolutions on the death of Judge I C Saufley Judge R J Breckiniidge was in the chair Heau tiful eulogies were delivered bv lion C C Fox Judge Breckinridge lion John W Kawllngs lion O C Bagby Attorney and others Resolutions were prepared bv a committee of Mr C C lox Mr Morrison Breckinridge aud Mr C II Rodes Their adoption was moved Judge Puryear and his motion carried by a unanimous vote The resolutions were as follows WIIEKEAS Judge M C Saufley died on August 12th li10 at his home in Stanford Kentucky And Wuereas The Danville Bar have been called to adopt suitable res olutions touching his life and charac terTherefore be it Resolved That in the death of Judge Saufley the dis trict has lost an able and upright jurist and the profession one of its highest ornament 2nd That he was a judge of incor ruptible integrity and of marked ability3rd He was an orator of recognized talent and brillancy and a true and faithful friend and bore himself as a man in all the walks of life both in war and peace 4th The sympathies of this Bar are tendered to his family and a copy of these resolutions will be sent to his widow and spread at lar e upon the records of the Boyle Circuit Court and published in tIle news papers of I the district Rousing Tobacco Meeting Special to RecordPaint Ky August 20 in 1910 One of the most interesting meet j ings yet held in the interest of the Burley Tobacco Society was the one at Paint Lick Saturday afternoon in which all the farmers of that vicinity were in attendance Enthusiasm was i shown to be at its highest in the un animous expressions of those present over the prospect of the pooling of nearly all thecrop in that section The occasion of the meeting was to hear the reports from Messrs Wade Walker and J B Woods who at a meeting of some weeks ago had been named as delegates to attend the meet ing at Lexington for the purpose of a thorough investigation and to make a report of their findings Aug 20th at Paint Lick After the meeting was called to order the report of the com mittee called for and Mr Walker for the committee responded in as follows He said we found that the senti ment of all the old poolers wasstrong er than ever for the 1910 pool and that he was convinced that all the old counties would be as well organized in 1910 as ever and that their seemed to be no uneasness felt on there part as to the treatment they would receive in the pool but it was strongly evi denced that they were in favor of tie 1910 pool He also stated that be and Mr 1 I I I I J was substance I Mon ison Jlrecki ii ridge by Woods were in conference with Mr Lchus and other members of tile Board and they were assured of the erection of a warehouse at Paint Lick also that Mr said if they would pool in the neighborhood of two million pounds at once he would guarantee them u steam re drying plant at Piiint Lick This proposition seemed to meet with noon imous consent by nil present Both Messrs Wiilker and Woods were unan imous and emphatic In their report that now above all other was the time for the people in this district to pool their tobacco giving as a reason that the short crop could be easily controlled with stronger pool They also urged their friends and neighbors to join with the following committee I In making the meeting to be held at Paint Lick Saturday Sept 3rd a 4 rand success and come with minds- ully made up to pool their tobacco Mr Bradley Wilson manager of the campaign for this District was pres ent and assured the meeting that President and Mrs Lebus and the ex ecutive Committee and other promi nent speakers would be present The meeting was unanimous for the barbe cue awl basket dinner and the follow dog committee was elected to take charge of the details and make all ar raugements for the reception of the guests The committee issued and signed the following To the Tobacco Growers of Garrard and Adjoining Counties We the undersigned committee rep resenting the citizens and tobacco growers of the vicinity of Paint Lick respectfully invite and request you to join with us in a tnamoth barbecue and basket dinner to be given at Paint Lick on the 3rd day of Sept 1910 We feel that the tobacco question immediate attention The Ex ecutive Committee of the Burley To bacco Society will spend the day with us also other prominent speakers will be invited and expected to attend Ladies are also especially invited to attend and take an interest in the meeting Signed Wade Walker H K Hern don J B Woods W C Fitzpatrick W T King Chas Graves R N Beasley N W Rogers J T Rawls ton Woods Walker J G Burnsides Walker Guynn and Harry Francis The growers of Madison county have also shown considerable interest towards the pooling question for the past several weeks and in the past few days several names of large growers have been added to the list of poolers and in each instance they were men who heretofore pulled away from the pool Broaddus Kenton County Agricultural Association Erlanger Kentucky Round trip tickets via Queen Crescent Route will be sold August 24 25 26 and 27 good returning until ugust 28 1910 The round trip rate j from Junction City Kv to Erlanger Ky for this occasion is 3 35 Ofcw Valley Exposition Augist 29 September 24 1910 A magnificent parade which will take three hours to pass a given point will mark the opening of the Ohio Valley Exposition August 29 1910 I I i j L bus l J I I I I I I I I I I J ft executive deserves S Special low rates to Cincinnati 0 via the QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE have been placed in effect Ask ticket Agents for particulars W A Bcckler General Passenger Agent Cincinnati O In Loving Remembrance of my Dear Father who Died Aug 27 1909 Sleep on dear father Thy work is oer Those faithful hands need toil no Time was short to say farewell To those he thought of and loved so well Death came so suddenly he murmur ed not Though far away he is not forgot Just one year dear father has passed away We hope to meet thee Sweet and peaceful be thy rest Forget you We can never God called you He alone knows best His will be done foreverMyrtle Sewell BllYANJLYSVILLE Miss Elizabeth Bryant was with her parents Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs John Peters of Mack ville visted Mrs C C Becker Satur day and Sunday Mr Charles West and wife of Lex iugton have been visting Mrs Wests brother Dr Elliott Miss Mayme Ballard who has been very ill for the past two months is slowly convalescing Mrs Bettie Peyton of Nicholasville has been with her sister Mrs J W Glass for several weeks Mr and Mrs J C Willrnans and children were week end guest of Mrs Frank Campbell at Danville A J Christopher and wife with their sons Letcher and Logan are with relatives in the community Mr Jack Dunn and Wife Jeff Dunn wife and son Ike visted Mrs E H Ballard Sunday enroute to Lancaster Just 5 ERN VC Hudson Hughes LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Ang UJ Cattle HORS Sheep Receipts 914 4 9U 36H Shipments 101 SOS 1SSO CATTLE Shippers GOO700 Butcher steers 5 CO 025 Good to choice 4 75500 fair 3 i CO Heifers extra 4 So 5 00 to choice 4 354 75 Common to fats 2 654 25 Cows extra 4 C04 75 Good to choice 4 0 4 oO Common to fair 2 oo37fi Canncrs 2 003 00 Bulls balognasv SM425- i Extra 4 354 50 Fat buns 4 25 4 73 CALVES extra JIOO Fair to good 700 S 75 Common and large 3 50 good packers and 9 00 9 10 Mixed packers 8 SO 6 0 Stags 4 756 50 to choice heavy fat sows 5 75 7 50 Light shippers 9 10 9 25 Pigs 110 Ibs and less SHEEP extra Good to choice Common to fair LAM S extra 8 75 9 25 4 25 3 254 00 1 75 3 00 G nj 6 75 Good to choice 5 52 G 60 Common to fair 300500 more I some sweet day I I I i RnVj extra Commonto r r HOGS butchers Common I ct eda ca to d o 4RTI3 I Good sos For Sale A nice red caw and calf W B Cook A registered Jersey long yearling bull for sale Jon Woods For Sile A good wagon with and shaves J P Prather FOR SALE Fifteen Southdown Bucks R L Elkin FOR SALE Sever Durock Boar pigs all eligible to registerJ Elmore tongue Why not buy milk from the Dairy fRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a day t 4 Phone t Oo o H ANN NNN NON s 9 e 8w MOSSa I90 MNO 00 NN NNN NNNNo WEEKLY STORE NEWS Lest you forget for you know important FACTS often slip the pub lish these bulletins not only to remind you that we are the HOUSE OF VALUE but acquaint you with the NEW BARGAINS that crop out every week in our large and varied stock This time we confine our talk to RUGS and DRAPERIES RUG DEPARTMENT Is the BUSY CORNER No Dull Season Here Experience has Taught us what to Buy When to Buy How to Buy Goods well bought are half sold Is it any wonder then with an assortment unequalled with values unsurpassed that business activity should rule in this department OUR TRADE WINNERS 9x12 Axminsters in Oriental and Floral designs regular value S25GO special S 1500 9x12 Axminsters in Oriental and Floral designs regular value special 1650 9x12 Axminsters in Oriental and Floral designs regular value 2750 special 1S50 9x12 Bigelow Axminsters Regular value 3000 special 9x12 Axminsters seamless regular value 3 00 special 2250- 106x136 Seamless Tapestry Brussels regular value S2250 special IS 00 6x12 Double Extra Tapestry Brussels seamless regular value 2000 special 1500 9x12 Extra Tapestry Brussels seamless regular value S1SOO special 1350 9x12 Seamless Tapestry Brussels regular value SIti 00 special 1250 9x12 Seamed Tapestry Brussels regular value 1100 special 1000 You can always find what you want both in size and quality DRAPERY DEPARTMENT PixsX floor just at right of door as you enter contains many novel ideas ready and waiting to be iu spected prowd of their quality prowd of their known worthiness andevery piece bearing a big reduction from our regular fair retail prices 34 Pairs of Ruffled Muslin Curtains at Cost Prices from Toots to 300 44 pairs of Flat Muslin Curtains regular value SlOO special 75e 30 pairs of Flat Muslin Curtains regular value 125 special 9H 42 pairs of Flat Muslin Curtains regular value 150 special 8 115 3 pairs of Fillet Curtains regular value 250 special 160 4 pairs of Fillet Curtains regular value 450 special 275 24 pairs of Bobmet Curtains 36 inches wide 3 ards long White or Arabian regular value 250 special 100 Just received a new line of Fancy Nets ranging from 30c to 175 yard Store closes every afternoon at five oclock One oclock on Saturday C F BROWER CO Carpets Furniture Draperies Wall Paper Pictures and Art Goods tamer Main and Broadway Lexington Kentucky I t- lB OVERS 1J 1I memoryWe also n 00 n I nn n n nuuu 50 uuuu nhnnnn nnhh I n r I u n n un t 44 E 27 per Business SaleQuitHaving formed connections with the in Danville we will be compelled to give all of our time to that business after September 15th Until September 1st we offer every Vehicle in our repository at Actual Cost AtJ unsold S turdav September 3rd will be sold at auction This stock consists of about 60 vehicles 1 Buggies and Phaetons Surreys and Road WagonsAH new styles bqught this Summer opr6m job in the house Come early and get the choice 3DlAisT v L i 1 a j adCd ER J GHtoJ Oq 4 0 KYc i iir Tobacco arehiouses z- Z a upto date Not s r MP l r TO THE OF and ADJOINING COUNTIES We the undersigned committee representing the citizens and to bacco growers of the vicinity of Paint Lick respectfully invite and re quest you to join with us in a mammoth barbacue and basket dinner to be given at Paint Lick on September 3rd 1910 We feel that the tobacco question deserves immediate attention The Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society will spend th3 day with us also other prominent speakers will be invited and ex pected to attend Ladies are also especially invited to take an inter est in the meeting Signed Wade Walker H K Herndon J B Woods E L Woods W C Fitzpatrick W T King Chas Graves R N Beasley N W Rogers J T Woods Walker J G Burnsides Walker Guynn and Harry Francis 0 Ii s- I I I t I I I G 0 E SII GRW1RD rriJI Wfl1g mlillfijligJl ilm iI r jIillmffi t I Iij iJ II I I 1 5 Jk T t s 1 9 1 t tE t i r i- Y aw s on a r Having decided to sell my Stallions Jacks Etc will offer for sale at public auction 3rd 1910 at my place 6i miles from Lancaster and 1 miles from Buckeye pike on Poor Ridge pike at the BuckCarter farm the following live stock One 7 year old Stallion by Dignity Dare a fine acting animal 16 hands high 1 three year old Stallion by Kentucky Peavine also one two year old Stallion by Rex Peavine 1 seven year old Wilks Bred Stallion 1 five year old Jack 16i hands high 1 six year old Jack 15 hands high 1 three year old Jack 15i hands high a couple of good 2 year old Jacks One Jcnnett and Jack colt at side Jennett due to foal in September also 3 nets bred to a big hands high Jack One extra good 3 year old Saddle Mare One five year old mare and colt 18 head of sheep This stock is all good and souni subject to be registered Pedigree furnished at sale Will also sell about 315 acres of unimproved land STEPHEN b WflLKER For Information Phone 329 Y Lancaster Ky Public SalefFJ rr4 Jfrili IrgJ rr i ftJ0ra m SATURDAY SEPTEMBER Jen 16 Mlle s RIGHT OVER WOOD SHINGLES CORTBIGHIS can be laid without toss or botherright over the old wood shingles changing the top of your building instantly from a fire catcherto A FIREPROOF ROOF that Hilllast as 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 PaT r efJ Co 0 0q efJ 0q Ici1 1 NX 0N asm J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3L Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Kentucky Fair Dates Nicholasville August days Fern Creek August 30 4 days Hardinsburg August days Barbotirville August days Hodgenville September days Falmouth September 28 4 days Florence September days Monticello September days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September days 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 the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire B Parsons- W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W 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 Tobaco Co I 303 303 312 63 65 63 126 Sweeney- Z TRice SuttonJas Pilgrimage THEE National hunk Of Lancaster A R DENNY rresidcat J I STOR IBS Vice S C DBNNT JF Robinson Aset Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny AC Bobinsoh John E Stormes S C Denny J L GHK WI Williams 50000 Sit Put f t ter 2U 00Capital Its Canner y CD CJJ N 5 CD N +en oc woC rn 5 I BUCKEYE Mr Jasper Noel and wife her parents at Kirksville last week Mrs R I Burtonvisited her parent in Madison Co Saturday and Sunday Misses Agnes Miles and Maron Ros well visited Miss Nancy Long the latter part of the week Mrs Luther Ranev and Miss Virgie Carter were guest of Mr and Mrs Mal Carter the first of last week Mr and Mrs Walker Bradshaw and children were with her parents Mr and Mrs TO Hill Saturday and SundayMrs Nellie Ring and two children and Mss Bettie Bruner of Buena ViJta visted Dr and Mrs G M Hendron last week The Best Ilex if Life is when j ou do some great deed or some wonderful fact This hour 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 1 then proved to mv 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 any thing toogood of a medicine 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 R E McRot erts 1m MAKKSBUKY Mr Fred Hughs has typhoid fever Wm Doolin sold to C A Robinson a bunch of lambs at 5cts Mr Pointer has about recovered from a light attack of typhoid fever Mr Will Watkins has returned from Lexington where he has been to visit his brother Miss Lula Simpson has returned from a several days stay with Mrs U D Simpson of Lancaster Mrs Green Bowling and daughters Cecil and lanie have been recent gue ts of Mrs Carrier of Lancaster- I am instructed to say every body who has any interest in the cemetery at this place will be on hand next Thu rsday Sep 1st as early as 9 oclock A M to aid in cleaning the church yard Bring a good supply of salt with you as several barrels will be used to kill the vines that have about covered the graves in some parts A good lunch will be served on the ground by the ladies of the church On the same afternoon the ladies working society will meet at the church Life on Panama Canal has had one frightful drawback mala ria troublethat has brought suffering and death to thousands The germs cause chils fever and ague bilious ness jaundice lassitude weakness and general debility But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria thoubles Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria writes Win A Fretwell of Lucama N C and Ive had good health ever since Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney Troubles and prevent Typhoid 50c by R E McRoberts 1m BUENA VISTA Miss Edna Lane of Danville spend ing the week with relatives Miss Sherrow of Cincinnati is Miss Mattie Coulten Miss Edna Mason and Mr Haselden of Lancaster were in our village last week Hollis Spoonamore Wilmore spent Sunday with the family of John John sonProtracted meeting is in progress at Mt Olive conducted by the pastor Rev Godbey Miss Tillie Walton and little sister Lillion of Louisville are guest of Mrs Amanda Lane Messrs Wynn and Pennington of Paint Lick were with frieuds near herd SundaynightMiss Bastin of Lancaster was the guest of the Misses Skinner apart of last week Miss Georgia Cook of Lexington is expected this week to spend a short time with relatives Messrs A B Estridge and Brough ton of Paint Lick were here on busi ness the first of the week Albert Skinner and family are enter taming Mrs J B Skinner and daugh ter of Mt Auburn and Mrs Reynolds of Mo J B Ruble and JWDismikes have purchased the thrasher and engine of Ei Eason for about 8800 They will begin work at once RevHill preached his last sermon before Browns Chapel Sunday He leaves for confrence at Paintsville Sept5th Mrs Ruth Moody who has been visiting the family of J W Asking left Monday to visit relatives in Mercer before starting to her home in AlabamaEd wife and baby from near Stanford also Mr Will Broadus of Lincoln and Virgil Wilds of Mercer spent Saturday and Sunday with J J and family Strack a Rick lie S w Bends of Coal City Ala says be struck aperfect mine of health in Dr Kings New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney Trou ble after of suffering They are the best pills on earth for Consti Malaria Headache Dyspep sia Debility 26c at B E McBoh erts 1 visited liketbat FeverAny 100 visiting conternce at 12 years 7 c a discover Guaranteed Poor TEATEBSVILLE Farmers are delighted over the rain that fell Sunday Mr Farris Ages spent Tuesday with her brother Mr Ambrose of Kewby i Miss Lizzie Smith of Valley View was the guest of Miss Florence Cook lat week Miss Inez Sebastin and Miss Ora Wheeler were guests of Miss Mollie Hurt Wednesday Mrs Walter Grow spent Thursday with her parents Mr and Mrs Thumps Sebastin MissTexie Ages was the guest of her sister Ms Joe Hendren of county Monday night Mrs Sallie Hurt and daughter Miss Mollie and Mr and Mrs John Foster were the guests of and Mrs John Teater Thursday- Mr and Mrs Edward Dailey and little daughter were with her parents Mr and Mrs Gaff Walton of Marks bury Saturday and Sunday Miss Virna Sebastin entertained a number of her friends Saturday even ing Refreshments were served and the evening was very much enjoyed by all present PAINT LICK Roy Esthidge sprained his wrist last Friday white playing ball The friends of Mrs G W Rice are very glad to have her well again after several weeks illness Mrs I C Rucker who has been sick for several months is better Her many friends wish her a speedy recoveryThe of Miss Georgia Rich ardson was held at the home of her grandmother Mrs Emma White last ThursdayA revival is in progress at the Baptist church They are having a good attendance and successful is expected Just received carload of NORTH ERN CHudsonHughes Miss Fannie Francis returned to her home in Corbin last Thursday after a pleasant visit to her grandmother Mrs Jas Francis Misses Lillie and Anna Dee All bright who have been the attractive visitors of Mr Gus Stewart have re turned to their home in Barbours villeMiss Kate Ely entertained a crowd of young people last Saturady evening in hon r of her cousin Mr Edgar Ely of Kansas City A delightful time was reported Chester Metcalf has been crippled for several days as a result of to use his foot as a ball bat Cherr ip boys dont pet discouraged remember Practice makes Perfect Staggers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant com pound like Bucklens Arnica salve will instantly relieve a bad burn cut scald wound or piles staggers skeptics Bnt great cures prove its a wonderful heal er of the worst sores ulcers boils eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hands sprains and corns Try it 25c at R E McRoberts 1m As the outcome of a family feud in Tennessee between the and Patterson families one of the Patter sons was shot to death near by one of the Brockmans The pinch of milk shortage is felt in eastern cities The make of butter has fallen off materially throughout the dairy districts of the West The increased cost of milk production is enormous as pastures in many sections are as bare as in midwinter Wholesalers are raising prices to producers Currents will continue to bear for twenty years gooseberries for ten to fifteen years raspberries for from five to ten years blackberries for years but never the less if you are rowing fruit for market fresh soil all these fruits when they begin to decline in productiveness But for home use they grown many years longer I have just opened up a new clean Barber Shop 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 COAL CHEAP We are handling best brands of coalBLACK BEAR RED ASH JELLICO and Blue Gem Block and Nut Also BENNETT JELLICO You will find our prices cheaper for quality than other dealers Coal 10 to 140 per bushel at yard or on cars Any one car load will sell very close as cheap as you can buy from the mines H B NORTHCOTT DEPOT STREET Mr I j I I SEE rYRYE felons Brockman seriously fifteen may be wanting I C Madison meeting t attempting Chattanooga s Jersey Bull Henij Simpson 8842 Season 1910 J W SWEENEY H J TWSLEY County Surveyor PUOXE 323J Office over K G Harts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky W T LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references KING A1lctioneer r ecstasies ssss- uI CARDBJ E W Morrow GraduateOpticIan Satisfaction I MKDenny w v v Glasses Fitted Guaraateed DENTIST OMee over Miss Arnolds MUlinerj H j PATRICK DentistA- ll Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky DR Win BURNETT Plwskan find Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physican and SurgeonO- ffice Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone89 J E Robinson LAWYER ml ttDNIY ATTHNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed b W Faulkner Jlgr GO TO HENRY DUNCANSB- arber Shop on Richmond street for Jafs lair TMK William Starting Honing Razors a Specialty 25 years of experience Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY Office Hours Stonnes Drag1 Store 13 F Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Kjv Dr liltsNfw I 11l9tL I I J Office over ALTER COUCH CURE TIlE LUNes WITH fill C8rr QY afPIIIY- oaJiOJlJlr E Cut Flowers Of QUALITY soap INsURANDE Samto7 1pmto1 THE lrN Il ICE 1w1Iitfwti- lkMLNU TMSLIUS1UL muw- B Mckoberts Dzugore zsj rI The Fair This Year Will Be The Greatest In The History Of The Association A B39 J 8ifi cg i 1IIIrF C oJ 7 lo A l a l jJ PJ I 9k1 IOSOLASVILLE E Z 1 I O tfa r rot b 7 U a Ja r ci 7 13W tVmIiiii8l 7 IV ol w rc E 5 if y L 1MMJ ri v fi f A YYf 2 9T81rT E3Z FAugust ol t1 On the next Wagon you oil the road Vhy arent they split and cracked like the ordinary wagon Because the ordinary wagon hub is mode from oak a wood that splits and very while STUDEBAKER pass cracks casH ioI efJ1ul J i ago I hubs arc made from ahem Back Birch a very springy tough wood chemically treated with great weather resisting qualities Western birch is used by some manufacturers but it is even poorer than oak It is nd will not stand the strain hubs cost more than any other hub on the market but they are stronger and wear longer Another reason why you should buy a Studebaker from J R MOUNT SON CO bra br Studbahcr A few Choice Duroc Boars and Gilts for sale J F Robinson at National Bank Change of Firm Havehig bought out the interest of my part ner Will Jr I will continue to do busi ness at the old stand- I am prepared to do all kind of Tinning and Plumbing at reasonable prices and will appreciate a calL C D McCarthy Tin and Plumbing Shop The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS TMJS Gl30000 In Premiums m EIGHTH ANNUAL States Rascarees Exhibits DAILY RACES FiREWORKS NATZEX O AND HIS BAND k Free Attractions Uptodeto Kidway HELP US GROW EXK131T A7TEHD BOOST iWE WILL FURBISH AKBSEaSEHT INST3UC7ZON PROFIT RAILROAD RATES Fwtarfksr fcfonsslica tstlto J W KESSiKAN Secretary 320 Fact Jones EW E ET SEPTEMBER Ul isy 33 14 15 16 7 f f C C f tj g f 1 I jj 1 3 H A j I 1 5 I C OCOO OC t OOK I It Dot t I I I ICJOOCOOOCO oo OC C f IAND HPPG t1i DROME AT J r rIlJPttW ft tp os rt lf 1lff fJ t 4t A 1i r4 0 SVL2 I r c I YEA S HORSE SHOW NIGHT r i ir4p f42 f ittt LOW y y 18W61i3- q WASHINGTON NEWS 1SY Special to The Record Washington August 24 1910 The American people will recall that Senator Henry Cabot Loclgs price iuvestipatiutr committee fcuncJ no part of the 58 per cent in crease in the cost of living iu this country in the last ten years was due o the tariff Poiiical economists all over the land were soiely puzzled at the report The phenomenon can now be ex 11 tined The report of the minority of the commute recently published shows that She Republicans made no serious attempt to ascertain whether the tariff was responsible or not Listen to this extract from the minor ity report In examining the witnesses we the committee scarcely touched upon the territory of the highly protected com modiiiS Lodge who helped frame the Payne A diih bail and takes the position that the ultimate consumer is a myth saw to it that the investigations were confined almost exclusively to food stuffs and cotton corn mutton and hog products of which cum modir vs the United States produces a large r cent of the worlds production t J which we export in enormous q entities As to these articles it may be supposed that when free from the influence of trusts and monopo lies the tariff should not cut a large figure except that it increases tile cost of their production Do rOll see the point Mr Consumer Lodge had been assigned by Senator Aldrich to make a report obviously fur campaign purposes which would absolve the tariff froth all blame In tonneciiun with the awful iacrease n the cost of living under our system if excessive protection Lodge evi Ion liy concluded that the safest way to accomplish this cud would be to a tiJ asking any quotitns of wit nesses concerning tbe ad vances in prices of highly pre ticted articles uch as the products of the sugar trust the steel trust the harvester trust and the lumber trust ail of which contribute heavily to the campaign fund The Lodge report gave ii f t e e n reasons for ircreasad prices and found that the tariff was no material fac tor This report is being used by the men who voted for the PayneAldrich bill in the hops it will prevent them from being retired to piivate life TAJtIFF IXCHKASES Senators Johnson of Alabama Clarke of Arkansas and Smith of South Carolina the minority members af the Lodge committee find that the three substantial causes for increased prices are 1 Tariff 2 Trusts combines and moaopo lies 3 Increasee money supply Owing to the tactics of the Reubli cans in avoiding lightly protected the minority members found I themselves without sufficient data to apportion the degree of responsibility between these three causes but state that the the two first are the chief able factors we have no doubt and they are if our own creation or A CAMlAIGX CANAUD no longer cobperati with Aldrich or Cannonand Ballinger is to be forced out This is the gist of statemcments carried by the Associated Press and obviously inspired by Republican campaign managers The information may be accepted as little more than a ruse The campaign managers played the same trick on the publicin the last e J e c tion The rumor was quietly started that candidate Taft hostile to Speaker Cannon This inference was strong that TaG would be against as speaker This false rumor un mistakbly helped Taft in some insur gent districts Immediately after Taft was inaugu rated an attempt was made to defeat Cannon as speaker The combined Democrats and Insurgents would have accomplished this end bad not Taft used all of the resources at his command to perpetuate Cannon as speaker pan party because Aldrich and and the special interests they represent will not permit the Presi dent to have a renomination if he Itries it Taft knows which side his TYE KIm that beef r the Republican r I I l I I I articles permission Tan Republican I I woo Cannon i i II A ICES will Presidential President AldrichCan- non j political bread is buttered Puthermore there is no reason for discord Taft Aldrich and Cannon and Ballinger too are all working to the same errs Their vieUs on big questions are harmonious It was only recently that Taft eulo gized Aldrich to the skies and refer ed to Uncle loa as being in the Abraham Lincoln class of statesmen Taft Aldrich ancLCannon and par ticularly Tuft and Aldrich can have no break They must sink or swim together ROOSEVELT VS TAFT Roosevelt will not indorse Taft Or the PayneAldrich law in the opinion of the writer There has been no doubt in my mind on tbii point since March 4 1909 and 1 have repeatedly expressed the view in these dispatches But though T R will not indorse Taft ha has promised to indorse Henry Cabot Lodge of who is notorious as a tool of and special senate represents tive of the tariff trusts railroads and other New England corporate inter ests To indorse Lodge isas bad as to indorse the Taft administration- But 1 do not expect to hear of campaigning for such genuine progressives as LaFollcttes populari tyAt this stage Taft appears to stand a better chance of hauling clown the next Republican presidential auroras lion than does T R This is because Taft stands right with the great and powerful corporate interests of the United States and they control abso luteythe Republican machine The action of the Nev York politi clans in turning down Roosevelt as temporary chairman was a complimet to the expresideh t The man who opposed himare machine politicians and ft iends of Taft They knew Ruosivtlb had made up mind to refuse an indorsement of Hie Tan ad minbtralion and feared to trust him as temporary chairman lest he take advantage of the opportunity to dis credit the stout pat organization WHATS THIS The Payne Aldrich law is not bring ing in sutlicient revenue to run the government reports from tile Repub licau preys bureau to the contrary not withstanding The tariff law the corporation tax internal revenue and all other sources of nue combined failed by S31C9J70 In of produci g sufficient funds to run the government during the first 17 days of August Mr Luther Guthrie of Beaufort N C spent money cure his wife from continual headache He writes One bottle of Cardui did my wife more good than any thing she has taken for ten years past She had suffered with headache for ten years and I had spent 30000 for doctors bills for her but noth ing did her any good Shehas taken two bottles of Cardui and it has done her two thousand dollars 2000 worth of good Just as long as it is made I shall have Cardui in my home For all forms of female pain like headache side ache pain in limbs dizzy feelings dragging down sensations etc Cardui has been found to be an effectual remedy Dont wait till you are all run down Try Cardui at once Sold everywhere E45 j on- t I Senator Massachusetts Aldrich hi receipts 200000 freely in employing doctors to I Roosevelt rev i 6i r I r e r Farm and Stock At lIt Sterling last week W B Burton bought ten mules and tvo horses average l5i OOper head The worth of a good garden shows itself when you begin to JCL things j out of it for the wHrni days in August Just reeoi e a cur load of ISORTH j ERK SITE R R Carros are splendid for folks who need iron in their blood One of the best ways to get it is to eat these trice roots Do not overfeed this hot weather The hens will trot take much exercise during the heat of the day prefering to stay in the shade To much rich food will cause d isordor There are plenty of grasshoppers this month but dont think that the chickens can live on them alone give them all the feed that you can get them to eat with the grasshoppers as an extra Pow many embryo record breaking dairy cows have gone in to the ve i market the world will never know but the mere suspicion ought to make dairymen loth to send heifer calves to the butcher At Win IJ Robbins recent sale of Duroc Jerseys at Springfield Ohio fifty one bred sows of fall farrow sold for S2GJO an avearage of S52 59 Id for 2859 and average of SIS The top price of the sale was diOO daughter of Chief Success The hog is it difficult animal to treat when attacked by disease and hence the breeder must adt p every means within his power to prevent disease from eiteriug the herd One can never be too careful in this mat ter and the proverb An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of curl is especially applicable ii the manage 5 ment of swine General News The population of Detroit is JG2 7GG an increase of 1SOOG2 or a G3 per cent as compared with 285704 in 1900 There were 222 business failures in the United States for the week August IS against 231 for the week previous Census returns show that Atlanta has a population of 154 S39 an in crease of 64SG7 o 723 per cent as compared with 89 872 in 1600 The Census Bureau announced the population Lf St Louis was iS7029ati increase of Hl7Ui or 194 per cent as compared witn 272238 in 1GOO Eleven hundred first class pasen gers sailed from New York fur Eu rope This was one of the biggest departures of in one day for the season A movement looking to the of the statue of King George 111 in New York has met with vigorous opposition by members of the Daugh of the American Revolution President Taft will not speak af the Presbyterian Assembly at Win ona because of objection tohis relig ious views wade by Dr G Campbell Morgan another of the scheduled Rays Hammond declared be fore the Cuyahoga County League of Republican Clubs at Cleveland that President Taft is one of the most sa the country has ever known Four banking institutions in have formally gone on record as opposed to the plan of Secetary of State Bruner for an examination tf State banks by special examiners at the expense of the banks themselver Dr Aron S Watkins announced he had resigned the presidency ef Am burl College at Vilmore to enter the Methodist conference and Chatauq la work Dr Watkins was the nominee for Governor of Ohio on the Prohibition Ticket five years ago I I I i I H lChmn II uheo1 I I I i I I Y tourist replacing speakersJohn gad JUS executives K t I I r F 4 t heads ir- a ending ers Lexington 1 w INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH IE1IL1Y iiSILiiUOffice National Bank of Lancaster pJo IX X IPhone 2 J 3i UNCLE SAMS I LUMBER yi is becoming rapidly ex hausted so they say But there is still some good k stuff to be had here so if you plan any fixing I I I I I right I up for this Fall come and get your lumber be it much or little Remember also that a little of our Lumtteir goes as i far as a whole lot of some other kinds L3nf8QTs When you think of building see the aiwi e Lufoter i Co DANVILLE KENTrCKY A I rI I J I lumbar Mfg Co Irl r r C V Manufacturing i 9 Estimates Promr tly Furnished O r Avo 9 9 JJi ies dt I I Incorp riled 4y 9mp 0 O0 bQ1 fa4 4i ZWL YOU CAXXOT STOP the cook from tasting the cake baked White Swan It is so much better than ordinary cake that with I OURr 11 0 i if you dont watch her shell eat the whole cake If you havent tried WHITE SVAX FLOUR yet you dont know what perfect bread biscuit cake and pastry are The best home and professional bakers in town use it WHY DONT YOU Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop tl I IIif IsWa what makes a firstclass drug store and ve pride ourselves on ours Absolutely pure drugs compounded by expert who follow your physicians instructions to the letter that is what makes prescription department the favorite alike of the attending physician patient The other departments of the store are conducted on an equally FANTAZServed in a variety of attractive ways IM R E Me Herberts Ban GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D WALKERPrompt Delivery THE prescription department is our sparklIng 81 CC Phone C oOOG l pharmacists I ti 181 y r Neckwear At very low prices while they last Having a few Dutch Collars Jabots and other Novelties in Summer Neckwear we wish to dispose of to make room for FALL NOVELTIES We will sacrifice these desireable goods to our Customers 3 Y f e r oil I at I The Joseph Mercantile Company i S y f- ii All Ladies y j Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings ly Those Wt Are In Mrs W O RLjney is at Crab Or Margaret Zinonc is at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts is in Stanford Horace L Walker left last Saturday for Washington D C The Misses Shugars were visitors in Sicliolaville this week Steve Lewis left Tuesday for a ten days trip to the mountaus is in Louisville forihe millinery opening Miss VII tie Carson of Stanford is visiting Mrs W J Romans Herbert Kinnaird is at home from a stay at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Rachel Kennedy of Richmond is the guest of Miss Ray Henry Harry Tomlinson and S IT visited Lexington last week W C Price of Danville is with Mr and Mrs Ed for a stay Mrs Belle Henderson is in Stanford for a visit to Mrs W P Kincaid Charley Doty of Bellevue Ky Sis visiting his aunt Miss Lena Bright Mrs R II Batson and sister Miss Susie Hilton are visiting in Chicago Mrs Lizzie McCarley is in Nash ville visiting her mother and sisters Mr Eugene Aldridge and Lucky left to day for Kansas City Mo Mr and Mrs Fred Neighbors ol Louisville are visiting relatives here Mr J P Simmons Jr of Madison county is visiting Mrs J S Johnson Mr B F Jennings of Danville is visiting his daughter Mrs G T Ba lardDr Wm Ekin of Atlanta is here for a visit to his father Capt T A ElkinMr and Mrs GeoBoguard of Rich mond are visiting Mr Jesse Doty and familyLittle Ada Mae Ely is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs G T BallardMiss Josephine Warren of Stan ford is visiting her aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Mrs Matti2 P Frisbie is at home from a visit to Mrs W C Price at DanvilleMr Mrs Earl Ward of Cincin nati were with Miss Jennie Lackey SaturdayMrs Thompson and little at home after a visit to her father in Kansas Mr Carrier and son of East Bern stadt are here visiting W S Carrier and family Miss Nancy Walker has been visit ing her aunt Mrs C W Clay at Richmond Elder F M Tinder left Monday a series of meetings at McKinney county Mr and Mrs Alva Elvy of 11 I I chard Miss Z usonr f Anderson Price Han ie I sonar Lincoln I I b Springs Mmes t visiting 7 ida y fo O have been recent visitors of Mrs Jack Adams Mr and Mrs Charley Henry of Chicago are guests of Mr and Mrs S E Owsley Mr and Mrs Wm Hilton of East Bernstadt are guest of Mr and Mrs Malcom House Mr and Mrs J M Preston of Stan ford are guests of Mr George Parson of Paint Lick Mr and Mrs L W White and of Infield HI are withMrs Woods Walker Mrs Will Blakeman has returned to her home at Kirksviile after a visit to Mrs R S Brown Miss Corine Scomp of Decatur Miss is the guest of her cousin Miss Sallie Lou Myers Mrs Jacob Joseph and Petty and Eiza Lunsford were in Cincinnati Sunday Miss Amie Weber of uhatanooga Tenn visited Miss Jessie McKecknie at Hubble last week Miss Mayme Ramsey of has been visitor at the home of Miss Bertha Burnside Mr and Mrs Charles Davis have from a to relatives in Eaton and Dayton Ohio Mrs A F Sanders has returned from a visit to hermother Mrs Taylor of Madison Mrs Lee Ekin of Louisville is Mr and Mrs Robt Arnold and Mrs Newland in Stanford Miss Mabel Browning has her home in Winchester after a visit to Miss Bettie West Misses May and Annie Powell left Wednesday for a visit to Mr and Mrs W T Snort of Richmond Messrs Ed C Gaines W R Gott F G Huit and S H Anderson the Brodhead fair Mrs Ann Rubinson was called to Lexington by the serious illness of brother Mr Win Wallace Mr and Mrf Marion Mvatt of San Antonio Texas were guests of Mrs II M Ballou the past week Dr and Mrs Ramsey of Chatta nooga were visitors the past week of Mr and Mrs Givens Terrill Mr and Mrs J W Puoiphrey left Wednesday for a visit to their daugh ters in Indiana and Kansas Mr and Mrs Henry Moore of Da kota have been visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm Champ Dr Burnett Mrs Bettie Burnett and Miss Addie Arnold are attending the fair this week Miss Annie Belle Ballard has return ed home after a pleasent visit to her sister Mrs Ely of Junction City B Cook entert tided at cards Wednesday afternoon in honor of her guest Mrs Sprague of Louisville Miss Gladys Frisbie accompanied her cousin little Miss Margaret Elkin Hughes to her home in Louisville Mrs Alexander Kennedy and son Richard left Tuesday for a recupera tive stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Solomon Robinson and daugh ter Miss Ollie of Carlisle have been with Elder and Mrs E M Tinder- r Miss Rella Arnold is at home from an enjoyable to Kiagra Falls Buffalo and other interesting points Mr and Mrs Wm Farnam have re I visit returned- to Shelbyville W outing J children Misses Soctta Chattanooga returned Josephine visiting attended Mrs d turned to their home in Omaha after a visit to Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson MrsW M Jones and daughter Miss Annie of Winchester are visiting her sisters Mrs J B Collier and Mrs Biddy Robinson Mrs Mary Walden and daughter Mrs Robert Campbell and little son Robert of Danville came up Tuesday for a visit to relatives Mrs John L Anderson who has been with her mother Mrs Thusa Curry has returned to her home in Washington City Mrs J B Burnside and daughter Miss Annie and Mrs Belle Burnside have returned from Battle Creek MichMiss Ida Pollard is in Louisville at the bedside of her little sister Sallie Pollard who is reported ill of typhoid feverMrs Wm Jones of Winchester came Monday for a visit to her sisters Mesdames J B Collier and J C The Misses Gill and vIsitor Miss Georgine Strong of Cincinnati have returned from a stay at Dripping SpringsEditor Shelton M Saufley of the Interior Journal was in town Court day shaking hands with his many friendsMisses Marie Harbor and Sarah Rucker and Mrs Rieburn of Rich mond are visitors of Mrs Parker GregoryMrs Elkin of Louisville and R M Newland of Stanford are vis iting Mrs J S Johnson and Mr R L ArnoldMiss Willie Henry has returned to her home in Lexington after a weeks stay with her sister Mrs Henry C SimpsonDr Mrs James M Staughton left Sunday for their home in Coving ton after a visit to Mrs H A B MarkbsburyMrs Slaughter of Danville and Mrs Sim Slaughter of Muskogee Oklahoma are expected this week for a visit to Mrs H M Ballou Mr and Mrs Jas G Pruett who have been the guests of Mr W I Wil liams and family left Wednesday for their home in Campbellsville Mr and Mrs W H Brown and daughter Miss Hallie and son left Monday for a visit to relatives in Cuffeyville Kan and Skidmore Mo Mr Mike Ray made a business trip to Lexington and Georgetown first of the week He was accompanied by1 bis daughter Ruth as far as Miss Alice Henderson who has been ill at the Kings Daughters Hospital in Staunton W Va is expected on the 30th for a visit to Lancaster rela tives Mr Jack Dunn wife little grand daughter and Mrs Jeff Dunn and son Jack of Lexington were visitors Mon day at Mr Gulleys and Mr J K WestMrs Lee Cox daughter Christine and sister Miss Bessie Bush returned Saturday to their home In St Louis after a protracted visit to Lancaster relatives Miss Jennie Lackey will accompany Mrs Goodloe Lackey to Battle Creek Mich this week where it is hoped Mrs Lackeys health will be much improved Lexington h Robinson Owing to the rain and muddy grounds at the Fair we had to call our demonstration and Graning Contest off But to give our Customers the benefit of it we will hold it each Saturday for thenext 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 au entire rccm outfit of CHI NAMEI Prizes to be given each Saturday night Contest free to all So come and try for it F R I S B I E S S TO R E r ffijFi1 jiFr Im I I d jji1fjj i r CHI NAMEL DRUG t Mrs F W Miles and children and Mrs H D Bowers of Elaorado Ark are expected in a short time to visit their parents Mr and Mrs Solon B Henry Miss Stella Fish of Vincennes Ind who has been visiting her cousins the Misses Arnold is now in Crab visiting her grandmother Mrs Martha Fish Mr Plumner Kincaid of Stanford a representative of the Louisville To bacco Warehouse Co was in town Monday and stated that he would buy tobacco this year at Paint Licx and Stanford Messers J H Baughman and W H Shanks of Stanford were in town Court day advertising their big sale on 6th and 7th This will be the largest sale of fine stock ever made around here Mr and Mrs J B Jennings and sou Henry Clay left Thursday for their home In Pecos Texas after a visit to Mr Alex Doty and family and Mrs H C Jennings Mr and Mrs Goodloe Lacky of Kansas City Mrs Herbert Price and little daughter of Danville are guests this week of Mrs D M Lackey and daughter Miss Jennie Mrs W A Price entertained at a sumptuous dinner in honor of Mrs T J Price and sister Mrs M K Mabry of Talahassee Fla and the Misses Washburn of Louisville Mits Minnie Walsh returned to her home in Campbellsville after being here several days in the interest of her music class Miss Walsh is a com petent young lady and has fine pros pects for a large class She will be here when school opens to begin her workMr Wm Mason of Lancaster has been spending a few days with Dan ville friends He is circuit clerk of Garrard bounty and is familiarly known to his friends as Tub in this locality He has the reputation of being one of the best circuit clerks in the Advocate Here is a Ready That Will Cure Eczema We Prove It Why waste time and money experi menting with greasy salves and lotions trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when the Mc Roberts Drug Store guarantees ZEMO a clean liquid preparation for exter nal use to rid the skin of the germ life that causes the trouble One ap plication will relieve the itching and often times one bottle is sufficient to cure a minor case of eczema In over 2000 towns and cities in America the leading druggist has the agency for ZEMO and he will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment ZEMO is recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema pimplds dandruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on infant or grown person Will you try a bottle on our recommendation- B E McRoberts Son Drug Store Mrs Osie Whitaker spent Monday with Mrs Aaron Ray Miss Mary Lee Layne visited Miss Neoma Metcalf Saturday Miss Vernell Ray was the guest of Miss Vear Sebaston Saturday Mrs Raymond Burchell entertained a number of friends one day last week Miss Vernell and Lettie Ray spent Sunday with Miss Leola Daily of CottonburgMiss Umphry of Bourne is vistingMr and Mrs Mead Teater of this place Mr and Mrs Kirby Teater spent Sunday with her mother Mra Julie Walker of Lancaster Miss Emma Lee Scott was the little visitor of Miss Augusta Metcalf night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Dock Simpson of Buck eye spent Friday night and Saturday with Mrs Henry Bay Mr Claudeand Bolton ited their Mr and Mrs Russ Bolton of Cottenburg Saturday and Sunday I Sep mber J I stateDanville I I I r Loyd viSe t I Orchard Saturday Harmon Uncle t w YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Paying Fiftaea cents for eggs Phone 109 S D Turner tf I am standing my Jersey bull for 100 cash B L Elkin Turner Just opened a fresh Ifct Lowneys Candy 34tf Zimmer I want to rent a small farm Dock Turpin Fresh Lowney at Zimmers 34tf I FOR SALE A house and lot on StreetMrs Comley 8 26 3t Too many must reduce my large can get a bar gain Romans 729tf ness you can W J Romans them cheap at 729tf Just received a patloMof NORTH Hudson Hughes Come Now if you class buggy cheap They oing fast 729tf W J Romans Let me draw your plans for a mod giving price and building same Miss Bettie Now is the time Old Hickory wagon to wheat 729tf Dont forget the Old Hickory wagon is built and than any wagon on the 729tf Romans j I am in the at all times for fat and riedin mules also for horses See pr phone 92 before you sell W B Burton The late improvement on the Old L of all other wagons 729tf WJ Romans In orde to raise to furnish a room at the ladies of the W C T TJ ice cream Satur day from 3 to 7 oclock on the court house porch Price 15cts It Fare fer Sale On next County day Monday September 26 1910 t 2 oclock in the afternoon we offer for sale the tract of land as the William Comley p 58 acres with dwelling and all out buildings to highest I William Simpson Administrator 8265tpd Judson Ky ir Sale- i I want to s 11 farm containing about 65 good land near Manse Garr rd and near the Richmond pike About 50 acres read in wheat this fall buyer cai hive that privilege and will give Jan 1st Land will produce good tobacco T J Curd Paint Lick Ky R R 2 first AMB Saie Friday September th Greatest ever held in SO saddle mares coats and fillies SOVjennetts and colts All registered Catalogues now ready Eyery of these jennetts should be kept in Kentucky J F Cook Co 82641 Lexington Ky Fam file Sale Farm of 8 acres a x he mouth of Sugar Creek houR with eight rooms post onehalf mile from school and church Close to pike A good portion of this is G W Anderson Stone Ky Phone 8264t Arbuckles coffee 15 nSa packager tr I R t i- tt Ii dY at 20 Ittf r l b ggie I stock u W J If you want fi ERN SEED U ar I ern and uptodate ome or I Anderson t d J Romans r runs arket W J mark t m Hickory places It In the lead obey t e Hos tal w serve Aug I Co 1t w k own ace deceased o se der I I y a es f o Lancasteran sew pos ion Kentuck 1 ogs onefourth ce bottomland 385B I Depot bu wagon or har a RyL want first aver our stro lighter i wa I F to CMk F thirtieth ev tot t mud one and out mils from Now is the time to buy a Clarks Double Disc Harrow Saves you one team and hand each day John Deere Sulky Plow can do as much plowing with three horses and one hand each day as with four horses and two hands with a turning plow Hoosier and Kentucky Wheat Drills thevery best made Something new in Gas Engines no water to freeze no bursted pipes air cooled Ensilage Cutters Corn Spellers Studebaker Wagons best made John Deere Bug gies at reduced prices Remember our prices always right ED J R Mount Son Co GENTLEMEN DO YOU WANT si Better Clothes for Less Money An Expert Cutter and Fitter from Scliloss Bros Co BALTIMORE NEW YORK BOSTON will be with us to take your measure and you a Magnificent Line of New Imported and Domestic Woolens August 25th 26th 27th E H BATSON Lancaster Kentucky Be Sure to say GLEN LILY OR White House before you say FLOUR to the grocer then youll get the best Garrard Milling Company Phone 47 Iffij- m II I rn J I III I III II show III I 11 I II II II I liii J i i ii I i i i I 11IIIIIIIIIIIIIII t i f 1G w i I 3 fi w k u K t le oc 4 u I II II ItiB 61 fJ 4 J jOr 11 ifj rt t jif t r If iii I I mit 1 j I t5t t J 1to I j x I S im If NUIlJtItM tJIUIJtN iNAv tf i5 Z 1 A- y n t tF y r I tJp i uiI Lr4Lci u g I a s cifOF ty 4l rrr ik I will offer for sale at auction at my farm at 930 oclock sharp between the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes one mile from Rowland and two miles from Stanford on SfG 5 A LE l I I 18ru Pit Ii I 78 vJ horses fl beginning TUSOIY L 1HO He4 of UIe3 Jacks and Jennetts 1 Mature Jack breeder 2 Yearling Jacks good size and well marked and well bred Jennetts of good breeding and in foal to good jacks 1 Suckling horse colt out of a Pence mare and by The WarfiefcL 1 Suckling horse colt out of Golddust mare and by Ashland Brook 1 Short yearling horse colt out of draft mare by a son ot Pence I Yearling horse colt out of trotting bred mare by Beau Naboth 1 Yearling horse colt out of trottingbred mare by George Hur 1 Yearling horse colt out of draft mare by thoroughbred 1 Yearling filly out of draft mare by a son of Gambetts Wilkes 1 Yearling out of Preston mare by Beau Naboth 1 Yearling filly out of Dorsey Golddust mare by Ashland Brook I Yeanling fitly out of thoroughbred mare by Chester Peavine I Yearling filly out Marion Squirrel mare by Chester Peavine1 TROTTING BRED MARE BY BEAU NABOTH MULES 1 Suckling mare mule colt 8 Yearling mules 38 twoyearold mules fr tfireev yearold mules 1 in CATTLE If not sold before I will also ofF r 40 good 1100 pound feeders 20 good 000 potmdv feeders and 20 head other cattle of different weight T HOGS C 10 fine brood sows bred to farrow the last of September and under cash in hard Over 10 cash or a good note due in six months bearing 6 per cent interest Sale will be held rain or shine Dinner served on the grounds Col J P Chandler W H SHANK good I 10 I I Io e TERMS10 I stal ron 11Yrr TYPO YEAROrD Y i fours pairs t a s 4Zf Auction- eerS r i tt 11 I Complete Dispersal ir r g I I t lf r pi r 1 c iR- p5 I DIil1prg i ii E I s r U n m I rT i4 a Q i 2 jffI 0PIP f 9 g Ii UiQ ti ntj 1 tt IrvAnost C 2 aJCr J bbrRI 9 roD1 ire Cet s trri Having sold my Home Farm and Deciding to Change my Business I will sell Public on Beginning at 9 oclock a m sharp at my Home Farm one half mile South of the Station on Somerset street Stanford Ky the following property to wit Samson Six Years Old sired by Bill Goebel he by the great Joe Blaekburnthat sold for SlS2o Samson is the Champion Mule Jack of Kentucky his colts having won more premiumS at the Kentucky State Fair the Blue Grass Fair and several Central Kentucky Fairs in 1908 and 1909 than any other jacks colts as well as at the Lancaster Danville Lawrenceburg HarrcclsLurg and Perry ri He Fairs this year the only fairs at which they have been shown to date This Jack will be sold at 1 oclock sharp Twenty Colts half of them Mares 18 Yearlings half of them Mares 20 twoyearolds half of them Mares Nearly all broken to work including Six Pairs well mated Fourteen Mules 3 to 8 years old including one pair Premium Horse Mules that weigh 3000 los Twenty of the above are show mules I Have Won ITo Premiums in 08 09 and 10 to date which is more than any other breeder or dealer in this State can say All the mules I won the premiums on except three I sold last fall are in this Sale 60 Brood Mares Bred to Jacks Forty to My Great Mule Jack Samson 60 3 2year olds Y Draft Stock weight about 1100 lbs 6 4 year olds Y Draft Stock weight from 1100 to 1200 lbs 20 5 year olds Draft Stock weight from 1100 to 1400 lbs 10 6 year olds to Yz Draft Stock weight from 1100 to 1500 lbs and 10 years olds li to Y Draft Stock weight from 1100 to 1600 lbs 10 Smooth Mouthed to Y Draft Stock weight from 1100 to 1600 lbs Most of these Mares are well broken to work anywhere and about onehalf have colts this year that will be sold at this sale and the others were bought in the spring in Indiana Illinois and Missouri Dont you need a few brood Mares There is no stock on the Farm that will pay better than a few good mares that will raise 85 to 125 mule colts thats what they are bringing in Kentucky to day and there has never been such a demand The best colts are out of mares with from onefourth to onehalf draft blood They have better bone and weight and 90 per cent of the show mules are out of such Mares Six Choice Shetland Ponies A few Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture including some HANDSOME ANTIQUE FURNITURE This will be an absolute closing out sale of my Mules Broodmares Etc I will have conveyance meet all trains on Sale Day Tn TERMS All sums of 10 and under cash in hand over MM DB dl flUiihD 10 a credit of 6 months with 6 per cent interest from date of sale purchaser giving a bankable note AUCTIONEERSI M DUNN and T D ENGLISH J H Bauhman I of JU 6S Brood MarsM1OII n s I Wednesday September 7th 10 it I One Jack Named I I 7C Drn 7c1 I I to 11 7 I J J Will Served the All I l L I If Jt i3oHd r d y R i Railroad IiLex- ington 4 I I 1ISr C EE E 174 J i q l1li 1j t 4IF i- rw tL