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THE CENTRALThe Land of Now TWENTY FIRST YEAR PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land oJV LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1910 NUMBER 21 I 0 RECORDFro fad ID B 0 X0Y lI I V ctXoLoIo- o Now is your chance for BUGGIES CHEAPI I am cutting prices on bug gies right and Don fail to get one while they are SO CHEAP f W J Romans sm lefts I I fff1llJJX I10XfJliJJ B1 0Xex lJ j 1rox You Keep An Exact Record expenditures and a receipt for each item if 1 have a checking ac count with us and make 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 you can tell at a glance is here in security GARRARD BANK TRUST Co rememberits The great Sun Bros Circus is coming on Wednesday Sep 2lst For Sal A nice six room cottage wii h 2 acres of ground Apply at this office The man who nevar snakes mistakes misses a good many splendid chances learn something a man begins by saying To till you the truth you may be pretty sure he is going to tell a lie It costs more for a dull merchant to i brush the dust off his goods than it would to advertise and sell them Just received another car load of RYE Hudson Hughes I Ben Titus the colored barber who cut in a fight in Danville sev eral weeks ago is back at work at Dun cans barber shop Te Oppose CaitrilL M C Rankin Commissioner of Agriculture was nominated as the Republican candiate for Congress in the Seventh district to oppose J Campbell Cantrill at a meeting of the Republican district committee in Frankfort Saturday Big Sales Dont forget those two big sales to be held in Stanford Tues and Wednes day See their large ad on the back page of this paper which gives you an idea of the fine stock to be sold It would be worth your time to go these sales even if you do rot intend to buy Gaabetta Wilkes Dead Gambetta Wilkes one of the great est sire of the harness horse world is dead at the Cecil farm near Danville Ky He was twentynine years old and was owned by G and C P Cecil He was sire 221 horses in the 230 list and held a record of 219i He was by George Wilkes dam by Jewell Barbecue and Basket Diner President Lebus of the Burley Tc bacco Society and Congressman A O Stanley one of the smartest men in the state will address the tobacco growers at the Barbecue to be held in Paint Lick Saturday Sept 3rd A large crowd of people will be on hand to partake of the hospitality of the Society and to hear the tobacce ques tion discussed by prominent men To make our school eminently suc cessful there should be the coopera tion of teachers scholars and parents The first two we have Will the par ents now do their duty 1 I Ito I I J NORTHERDT was d t I I tot t I I I I I I I CHEER f i SEED r 5 I S1 11wSJSn s s S lJS S Z S S 11S S in S I I S I a I I in 1 t v 1 O D ND 39- O p Nip NWD G06 r 0Vi C O C4O OUNG young feeling men dewho r omen0 mand a particular of dress will find exactly pleases best among superb woolens and we are showing from line or Ed V Price 8x Co MERCHANT CHICAGO These wellknown tailors will make clothes way you want at from 30 to 50 below smaller tailors ordi narly cnarge and deliver unsur what them the i nObbyfashions theFall TAILORS the them percent what i i+ passed quality style TfeeeButtoBNoreltySack Soft Fmt tion Let us measure you today BE T LOG A 1ST HJHiMmwm mimaH No and sat I RoD Dip a M c tJ rt 1 i i i 1 i fo A I A A JrIr eI FaS1 ion 617 8 lal O O t t 4 e I Judge Lewis L Walker WHO WAS APPOINTED TO FILL THE VACANCY IN THIS JUDICIAL DISTRICT CAUSED BY THE DEATH OF JUDGE SAUFLEY It goes without saying that we are highly gratified over the appointment of our brother to the high and honorable office of Circuit Judge While we are sure that he is competent and that he will do justice in every instance we prefer that others speak concerning his qualifications The following is contributed by a frierid Judge L L Walker was born on the 13th day of Feburary 1873 He descended from a worthy and prominent ancestry His father Judge W E Walker was born in Richmond Ky He married Miss Dorcas Leavell of Garrard County in 1872 and soon thereafter located near Lancaster where they owned valuable property He was twice elected Judge of the County Court and was considered one of the best Judges the ever had but few appeals being taken from his decisions The subject of this sketch graduated University Richmond Ky in 1893 with high honors He was always a student and from his youth he has manifested remarkable power with a love for logical research and inquiry into the most abstruse subjects or questions whether legal liter ary or scientific This love for investigation naturally developed an inclina tion to select the law as his profession where he could engage in the trialand discussion of questions of fact and equity He read law with Senator W O Bradley and entered the practice fully equipped which he has proved by the extensive and lucrative practice which he has enjoyed having been engaged in many of the most important cases both civil and criminal He was twice married and twice he has been overwhelmed with grief over the death of her whom he had selected as a life companiou The first mar riage was to Miss Eliza Lusk who was County School Superintendent and the second to Miss Grace Kinnaird both of whom were intelligent ladies He has held several places of public trust and honor among them City and County Attorney Attorney for the Louisville and Nashville Rail Road Co The Citizens National Bank of Lancaster The Peoples Bank of Paint Lick The Bastin Telephone Co and The Graded School He has also served as U S Commissioner and is now a Trustee of Kentucky State University of Lex ington The duties of these trusts were faithfully discharged and the fact that they were imposed on him evinces the high esteem and confidence in which he is held Such positions are not thrust upon those who are unworthy and incompetent With his friends he is sociable and affable At the bar purity of diction profound argument and a forceful and consistent presentation of facts are his chief characteristics He combines the three requisites for pure official ser integrity and capability Having been schooled in the princi ples of honor and justice learned in the law and gifted by nature with mental vigor and power the peoples rights will be upheld and protected in civil and criminal actions His friends and the people generally congratulate him and predict an honest brilliant and acceptable administration of justice during his encumbency He realizes that in our Government all power is vested in the people that their representatives make the laws and that he is only a servant of the people to define the law and administer justice to all the people and not to any parly or faction If therefore a law is odious it should be repealed and the Judge should not be censured for enforcing it The administration of justice is a common and a mutual interest and the people should uphold protect and encourage their servants who are guarding their lives liberty and property County at Central ti vicehonesty 1 mint A Geed Meetiig The meetings at the BaptistChurch each afternoon and evening are well attended Rev J E Martin of Jel lico Tenn a former schoolmate of Rev O P Bush is conducting the meeting They attended school to gether at Georgetown He is a forci ble speaker and a good man and the people of our community will be great ly benefited if they attend the servic es and take an interest in them Institute at DatviUe is Well Attewki The joint institute of the teachers of Boyle and Garrard couuties is hold ing its annual meeting at the public school building in Danville this week Never in its history was so much in terest manifested in the proceedings nor a larger or more enthusiastic crowd in attendance The opening session was held Monday and besides practically all the teachers in the two counties many friends and patrons of the institute were present New Briefer Strap In connection with his large Groce ry Store Mr W D Walker will open up a Butcher shop and and will han dle nothing but first class meat and groceries He has employed a meat cutter with twenty five iance and it is said a good one His store is next door to the National Bank and he has one of the best in the city and we see no reason why Mr Walker should not make a success ofhis new business He is anxious to meet the people whe live in the county and that he is going to offer the farmers more for their butter and eggs than any one else pays so invites all his old Customers to continue to patron Ize him and that those who have never traded with him give his store trial yers lexper I 0 stands especially claims a A Public Nuisance It was contended by the representa tives of the City of Lancaster in the recent litigation over the soft drink ordinance that the city did not ex ceed its constitutional rights in the ordinance prohibiting altogether the sale of drinks containing alcohol but not in sufficient quantities to cause because such resorts are known generally to be public We think the contention good in morals and in fact whether or not it is good in law However we leave the legal phase of the question to the courts abiding the final decision with out criticism or complaint We believe that the officers of the city have public approval m resisting in every legal way at their command the establishing of such saloons in Lancaster A near beer saloon possibly serve any good purpose in the community It may furnish some person or persons a way to pocket a few dollars at the expense of the peace good order and well being of the community The Council of the City has the un puestioned right to place upon such a liscensed tax and we sug gest that it be of such an amount that will not encourage the establishing of any in our city In the event these places are forced upon the people after all resistance is made they can be controlled by courts under the law prohibiting the establishing and maintaining a public nuisance and we have every reason to believe that the officers of the city and county will see to it that the laws are observed governing such tions Get ready for the big circufton Wed nesday Sept 21 The red lemonade man will be there i in- toxicatIon nuisance cannot business ti con rs A School Opening Next Monday September 5th the school opens for a nine months term As the school year is one month short er than ninny of best schools it will be necessary for work to begin on the very first day We urge all pa trons to see that every pupil is in school from the beginning Those school for the first time should also begin at the first of the term The School Heard has made a ruling that children who become six years old during the first term of the school year must enter at the beginning of the term if they expect t become members of the school during the year in order that they may be pro perly classified It Is easily seen that with the large number of pui is in the primer grade new classes cannot be formed for those who may drop iu at any and all times during the year We are having the school building thoroughly cleaned and shall do all we can to keep pupils in good health Each pupil will be required to keep an individual drinking cup Large water coolers with close fitting top will be placed in each room No open buck ets will be used This should be the best year in the history of the school All the ers have been taking special work at various summer schools in order to prepare themselves for more efficient service Now we ask the cooperation of patrons The older pupils those above the third grade should have a regular time for hone study Parents are not asked to teach their children that is the teachers each home should have a table and light arranged every evening for the use of the children to whom home study shall have been assigned Roys and girls who are in school ought to be at home every tight at least from till Friday and those who stay on the streets night after night can scarcely hope to hold any but the low est places in their classes Monthly reports will be sent to par ents and guardians during the school year instead of quarterly as heretofore We hope these reports may be closely inspected and pupils may be com mended or admonished accordingly as the reports may be satisfactory or unsatisfactoryWe to have every patron of the school visit us at least once dur ing the year and frequently if D W Bridges Principal Lancaster Graded School Farmers Institute A Failure Little Interest was manifested by our people m the Farmers Institute last week The Institute has been used by designing politicians for some time past to further person al ends and the farmers have lost in terest in the institution The gentle men who are paid by the state were here to conduct the institute but few farmers were present to get the bene fit of the instruction At Thursday I he teach dutybut I entering Monday convenient meeting J E Robinson was elected delegate and Alex Gibbs alternate to represent Garrard County in the next State Meeting of the Farmers Organ ization New Master fnanfrinnrr Judge Walter announces that he has decided ulw In will appoint Mas ter r in Gurrutd and Boyle County In Garrard he will appoint Mr R II Batson who i a very capable man and one that deserves the appoint ment having been one of the leaders in the Republican party in this County for years We do not think Judge Walker could have made amore popular appointment or one that pleased the Republican party better In Boyle lie will appoint the young insurgent republican Hon Logan Cheek a young lawyer of We understand that this will be a very popular appointment and will please the republicans or Boyle The applicants iu Lincoln are Hens George Dayidson and George and both men There are several applicants in Mercer among them Mr A B Robinson who is a relative to the Robinsons in this county and a very popular man Qy Lasses Sift Desk Case Acting under the Judges act Goyernor Cox appointed Judge James Benton of this Winchester District to hold the Special Term of the Garrard Circuit Court last week The case of W R Gott against E W Harris police Judge of Lancaster was tried and decided in favor of the plaintiff Gott W R Gott brought the suit against the police Judge to prohibit that officer from trying hint upon a charge of violating an ordinance of the city pro hibiting the sale of near beer and other malt drinks not intoxicating but containing alcohol The Court held the ordinance unconstitutional and void and that the city had no rignc to prohibit the sale of such drinks Whether or not the city will appeal the case has not been determined No detinlte steps will be taken about the appeal until a city attorney is elected to fill the vacancy caused by the appointment of Judge L L Walker Circuit Judge Captwei at Last John Graham who attempted to as sault little Mary Ashford near Clover Buttom Woodford County so m e weeks ago and who escaped from the Woodford County authorities by from a train and hiding in the Kentucky river cults has at last been recaptured He was caught near Lowell early Monday morning by Sheriff Robinson and some Woodford County people and was landed in jail here until Monday night when he was removed to Woodford County where he will be tried and dealt with to law are I McKee Danville Florence good new Judicial Leaping according Goad Majir H tier Friends at home were pleased over the good fortune of Maj Wm H Collier in receiving his appointment to the position of Revenue Agent in the Secret Service department with a salary of 360000 a year Maj Collier will have charge of Uncle Sams business in this department in the states of Ohio Ind iana and Michigan That he is well equipped to perform the duties of bis new position is well known he having tilted many places In the service heretofore Maj Collier still calls Lancaster his home and nothing affords him as much pleasure as a week or two with his friends here every year The Courier Journal made the following announcement of the appointment Maj W H Collier of Louisville yesterday morning received his cofiamiss ion from the Department of Internal Revenue at Washington as a revenue agent which Is in the secret service division The appointment obtained Maj Collier boosts him from the position of division deputy under Collector Ludlow Petty at a Salary of 2600 a year to a 3600 place He was made a division deputy shortly after Mr Petty became a collector at Louisville Yesterday Maj Collier was assigned to duty with the Revenue Agent Shet lv of this city It is expected that he will take charge of the revenue agency at Cincinnati upon the retirement next week of W H Bowen who is to be come postmaster at Covington Ky The Cincinnati agency is considered excellent post The announcement of Maj Colliers promotion was first made nmblic IB the city Thursday night by Senator who was able to obUim the appointment for him Ma Collier to one of the most t th revenue He WM formerly a o cer IB the SfutafcAMericMi Was Lick WIL Governments- a Bradley Ier 1 Fsr t bye art 1f0 men f We are offering every article in our immense stock at reduced prices now in order to make room for Fall Stock V 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 A e rv W Mid SurrirrIer Bargains F G IrUR T K7 y 3 s r1 Lancaster4 i Our Season m Sole of i You may have bought summer clothes or not If 3ou have bought and think you have all the clothes you want better think again you will find that you need one more suit when see these If you havent bought you are in luck We do not advise any one to wait as late as this 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 ore all fresh tools 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 SchafTner Marx Clothes Dont get hot and Mad Try a Per fection Oil Cook Stove ANlD KEEP COOL Every Stove Guaranteed HASELDEN BROS REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES ttSSSZttKtf AVh G fi1i Cfjf l XG11jiJY n9x j01 lfiljfdXjXi Endof The H t SI AA 1 Ul r rX CLOTHESyour I you 18 g e 1 I I 0 I IB 0I I lftv1J J12 Y l XfrIJJg Oiii ooiQ O J J S1tS1t I I B ti s i I I i I S I Ml r Y r 0 1 r 0 Q2 Q C tel Uei M I Y 1M MY YIJY JYVVJp 1 51 3iS 4 CENTRAL RECORD IXCOUPOUATED ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A TEAR From Land Of Now GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky ii SecondClass Mail Hatter Member Ky Press Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky September 2 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Oflices S 500 r County Offices 1000 ir State and District Ollices 1500 r Calls per line 10 iiur Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries line 051 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOP COXGKES- SITarvev Helm of Lincoln County The Walker Appointment As was expected the appointment of a circuit judge to till the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Sauiley has caused a row and a rumpus in the G O P There were others of the ap plicants that we knew better than we do Mr L L Walker and therefore had rather have seen appointed It is no fight of ours however but cognizant of condi tions hi the 13th district as we are we believe that LieutenantGovernor Cox made the best possible appointment from a Republican standpoint OC course the appointee will have to run for the office and Mr Walker being popular himself and backed by Sena tor Bradley who is a power in that section will be able to get the full Re publican vote of the district State Auditor Frank P James is bucking like a broncho on the appoint meat TIe says he had promised to support Governor Cox for the next tIme but that such an releases him from any and he will do all in his power to defeat the aspirations of the Mason county man Mr James is a Republican and a sworn enemy of the whisky ring in whose interest he thinks the appointment was made That Senator Braulev procured theap pointment is apparent and this is red rag shaken at the Mercer county bovine who not only originally did not favor Bradley for Senator but opposed i he methods of his election by the liquor interests There is no love lost between Bradley and James and if they speak as they pass by it is purely mechanical However the tight only shows the feeling existing between the brethren of the State and the that exist among them The bone is not worth fighting over since the appointment will be for only a short time with no poossibility of the appointee being elected to flit out term Judge carried the four counties of which the district is Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Thc Association- and I per I I from a personal standpoint I nomination I I prohibition I I I Saufl y J I appointment obligation another Republican factions the composed 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 the next three week s on August 6th 13th and 20th at Our Store and to the lady making the bust grain we will give as a prize su entire Teem outfit of CHI NAMEI Prizes to be given each Saturday nights Contest free to all So come and try for it FR IS BIBS DRUG STORE IJ Jiilm L 8I fi1 CHI NAMEL Iffi L l w tijilliil liIfrIIJil d i 0 1 Mercer last November by 1200 ma jority which while above the normal shows that no Republican can expect to be Mr Wiiker is said to be a good law yer lie could not be otherwise with his long association with Senator Bradley lie would have absorbed much law even it he were not able to get it otherwise by the contact with one of the best in the Stile Mr James accuses Cox of duplicity and of playing selfish poltics but tooue who cared little which way the cat would jump it looks like he made a good po litical stroke at the same time Au ditor James seems to be engaged in the unprofitable pastime of gnawing a tile W P Walton in Lexington HeraldWe Mr Walton that while Judge Walker may have absorbed some law from Senator Bradley he has plenty of legal ability of his own We think that Mr Walton has the situation sized up about right viewing it from a democratic standpoint What is an Insurgent From Louisville Times Why is an insurgent is a far easier query to satisfy than what is an in surgent andyet in the present be fuddled condition of Republicanism when the party seems on the eve of breaking up into two sections one of reaction and the other of insurgency it would be to have a convenient ready to hand There are bel ligerent insurgents and insurgents who do no more than protest and view with regret there are tIle hot heads arid the Hotspurs and there are those who go no further than a sympathetic receptivity Shall they all be branded alike Is there to be no distinction made between heretics in a condition as it were to qualify them to be handed over to the secular arm and recusants with no more than an incipient case of nonconform ityOne thing is abundantly clear The term is of local restriction in differ ent places it means different things In California for example it has it in for Pacific railroad and makes that feud the touchstone iu Ohio it reflects the personal pique the individual disappoinmentof Garfield in Wisconsin it is ready to break with the administration and all its work in Kansas it is out to make an example of Cannon as is also the case in New Jersey It is says Senator Brhtow as progressive in New England as in Wisconsin as ex pression of faith somewhat too gener ously liberal as we The tariff is grievance here and the craze another undefined Whatever and wherever it is how ever its hostility to things as they are is of the most confident and enter character It is organized and hopeful and jubilant and it never seems to have occured to that logical it has already cast its Republican skin aside and after a little more trial and tribulation will be ready for a new birth in the Democratic party Queries for Protectionists In 3000 the American consumer of sugar paid more than 2 cents a pound in excess of the price paid by the consumer If the tariff was not to blame for the difference In price will some Republican speaker or newspaper explain what was the cause Query No 2 If the Ameri can consumer does not pay the tariff on sugar when he buys it at the who does it pay and where is it paid Query No 3 If the tariff on sugar is paid by the consumer is not to presume that the amount of the tariff on blankets woolens hardware farm machinery and other protected articles is also paid by the consumes Revenue The PayneAldrich law is failing to produce sufficient revenue to meet the expenses of the government During the first twentythree days of August the expenditures exceeded by iT27717008 This is accord elected definition the Southern policythere I getic I I f I it t I Jimmy believe conservation London grocery reasonable Insi dent the receipts the statement issued by thug United States treasurer at the close tj of business on the evening of Aug 23 In other words the declaration of the j Republican leaders that the new tariff law producing sufficient revenue to run the government is entirely un founded f Diverting Attention The TaftRroseveltSherman side show in New York has taken on a re semblance to a threeshell game Just j at the moment the public thinks understand the situation and begins to feel sure that Roosevelt will or that he will refuse to in j dorse him the men managing the show bring forth a new interview which as j much says to the public You see t you were wrong again the pea wasnt under that shell at all Guess again E nNext Monday our school Everything is swept varnished and in j running order and all that are eligible j are expected Boys and be there the first day its the best day in all the year dont miss it but make the r first days enrollment the greatest iujj the history of the school i The poorest policy and the wors economy is to keep the children out L of school Every day lost has its nvui 1 ifold effort the knowledge gained on that day he missed pupil is thrown 9- j behind becomes discouraged has a bad effect on the class and the very habit is to be avoided w WHEN HER BACK ACHES A Woman Finds All Her Energy and Am bition Slipping Away Lancaster women know how the aches and pains that come when the kidneys fail make life a bur den Backache hip pains headaches dizzy spells distressing urinary troubles all tell of sick kidneys and warn you of the stealthy approach of diabetes dropsy and Brights disease Doans Kidney Pills permanently cure all these disorders Heres proof of it in si Lancaster womans words Mrs J W Pumphrey tjanville St Lancaster ICy says Aly experience with Pills leads me to say that they live up to the claims fut them I suffered a great deal from backache and at night could nut sleep well On several occasiurs my back became so painful and weak that 1 was unable to attend to my house work Being advised to give Doan They helped me from the first and I am grateful to them For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other 922t i MoundCity Paints may cost a trifle more but C C J E Stormes LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Aug 31 Cattle Receipts 1073 Shipments I SO CATTLE Shippers Batcher steers extra Good to choice Common to fair Heifers extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows extra Good to choice Common to fair Canners Bulls balognas Extra Fat bulls CALVES extra Fair to good and large Hogs Sheep I 21 J5 ISiii 57S 1121 f G257iri 5ioaGo 3 CO 5105 55 235CO f0 1 15 4 75 5 CO 4 042 2 0 X3f3 00 4 404 SO 1 25 1 5 9t5 7 00 S 75 Common 4 HOGS good packers and butchers 9 55 D 63 Mixed packers 9 50s 60 5 7 2s Common to choice heavy fat sows 8 OOH S 2 Light shippers 9 509 C5 Pigs 110 Ibs and less J25 Good to choice 3 C54 15 Common to fair 2 00 3 25 extra Common to fair v 4 00 6 00 a ing to 4 I I tit F Tart t I I II I I i Doan Kidney I I I lI I t u I I 5 d I i I 3 IOt 25 I I 00 1m Stags 5 S519 9 65 SUEEP extra I LAM S 25 Ochoioe 6 527 IS tr in- dorse pen girls tf t M procuring r Ji L 52J6000g d k L r Co W i 7 Good 1 i zot rIf c n r LtJWlUi1I11U a EIfUl mIc ittfrAn f1 B AND frIlNA 3 i E1 l ki r CoPt d g U g LHl4r t Let US Inakc you prices S you some money II I TIN R 0 0 fiN GI We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing can g furnish on short notice i CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky i i CJ- a can serve 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 Shellers Studebaker Wagons best made John Deere at reduced prices Remember our prices always right J R Mount Son Co I I I I I ffQrliiril lmjiJIirnll ffi i r Buggies 1 y Y Public Sale Having decided to sell my Stallions Jacks Jennetts Etc will offerfor sale at public acction SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3rd 1910 at my place 6 miles from Lancaster and 1 miles from Buckeye pike on Poor Ridge pike at the Buck Carter farm the following live stock One 7 year old Stallion by Dignity Dare acting animal hands high I 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 15i hands high 1 three old Jack hands high a couple of good 2 year old Jacks One Jennett and Jack colt at side 1 Jennett due to foal in September also 3 Jen nets bred to a big 16 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 Bale Will also sell about 315 acres unimproved land STEPHEN WALKER For Information Phone 329 Y Lancaster Ky m r I rJ rm J afine 16 15 L 4P I year coax META GLES Ican be laid without fuss or bothertight over the old wood shingles changing the top of your building instantly from a fire catcher to A FIREPROOF ROOF that wfll last 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 Pa THE National Bank Of Lancaster Sirils 20000 JL K DESSY trtMtut J E ST01MES Vice Prest S C DESNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J L Gill Williams Capital 50000 W I YOU CANNOT STOP the cook from tasting the cake baked with White Swan FLOURIt than ordinary cake that if you 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 professional bakers in town use it WHY DONT YOU Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop JJdtn n J J WAXKKK Preside t J S JOHNBOK Vice Prest U ORGANIZED IM- jTlte CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 01 LAWCA8TBK KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B P HUMOU Cashier W O BMHBT Ast Gathr C D WAUCBB Bookkeeper J J WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Dwiicss Solicited Froapt and Careful Attention J JobBKm B F Hwlson J J Walker T MAnoML Gibta Lewis L Walker C A Arnold i I Nt DIR O1OB8 s Ale F a S J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3L Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY 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 want ing car load will sell very close as cheap as you can buy from the mines Fresh Clean Eggs 16c Cash fl B NORTHCOTT DEPOT STREET Womans Ap often does not agree with her appearance Pain and add to theyears till many women look much older than they really are Many women avoiding pain by the regular use of that remedy for women Wine of Cardui keep their youth and beauty I I f 1 suffer- Ing effectual Take CARDUI Mrs Annie Vaughan Ral eigh N C tried Cardul and writesI was sick and worn out almost unto death My sister finally persuaded me to take Before I had takes five bottles I was well and strong Try Cardui It Is for Its tonic building should restore you gently to health Thousands of have found It to give them lasting benefit Try Cardul For sale everywhere X47 Card qualities 4 women women r TEATEHSYILLfi I Mr George Jones is on the sick list Prayer meeting at the Fork school house is progressing nicely Mr Charlie Cotten sold to Mr John Sebastin a farm for 415000 Mrs Maggie Casey and children were guest of Mrs Will Casey Thurs dayMiss Mayme Sebastin spent Wed nesday with her sister Mrs Walter GrowMiss Mollie Hum and friendattend ed a fish dinner on the Kentucky ver SundayMiss Sebastian was the guest of her cousin Miss Bettle Land of Madison county Sunday Just receVed trOther Car Load of Northern Seed B lludSott end Hughes Mr and Mrs Bert Moberly ofMadison county were with her parents Mr and Mrs Owen East of this place Friday Mrs Farris Agee and daughter Mrs Joe Hendren were guests of Mr and Mrs Booth Diehouse of Lancaster Mr and Mrs Wallter Casey and lit tIe children were guest of her sister Mrs Fred Howard of Madison County Mrs Texas Agee and baughter Miss Tezie also Mrs Bufus Sebastin and daughter were guests of Mrs Worford Agee Thursday It His Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swensen of Watertown WIs Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure bad at last laid me up Then Bucklehs Arnica Salve cured it sound and well In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at B E McRoberts Son 1m MffiMs fir Tikrciltsis Arrangements for the sale of Red Cross Chrismas Seals for 1910 were an nounced in a bulletin Issued today by the National for the study and Prevention of Tuberculosis and the American Bed Cross A million for Tuberculosis will be the slogan of the 1910 campaign Two features of the sale this year are unique and will bring considerable capital to the tuberculosis fighters The American National Red Cross is to issue the stamps as in former years but this organization will work inclose cooperation with the National Asso elation for the Studr and Prevention- of Tuberculosis which body will share in the proceeds of the sales The charge to local associations for the use of the national stamps has been re duced also from 20 percent to 12i percent which will mean at least 50000 more for tuberculosis work In all parts of the United States The stamps are to be designated as Red Cross Seals this year and are to be placed on the back of letters in stead of on the front The National Conference of Tuber culosis Secretaries through its Presi dent Mr John A Kingsbury of New York has issued a letter calling upon all state and local antituberculosis associations to unite with the National Association for the Study and Preven tion of Tuberculosis and the Red Cross Society in the sale of Christmas seals and the extermination of tuberculosis Every effort will be made to discourage the use of local stamps and to en courage distribution of the national stickers It Is expected that over 430 antituberculosis associations a n d hundreds of Red Cross societies in every state of the Union will unite in the sale of Christmas seals aid Ltwefl Prtferty At Paint Lick a neat 4 room with small lot and good Also a vacant lot of about This is the most desirable building lot at Paint Lick and is large enough for two dwellings At Lowell a good 4 room cottage new barn and buggy shed bath house near Sulphur well with i acre lot A nice 6 room cottage and nearly half acre lot This is nice property new metal roof newly painted and in 50 yards of the fine Sulphur well Lot No 3 Contains 2 acres of fine bottom land and stock barn Now in clover and timothy nearly enough to bacco can be grown in this lot in one year to pay the purchase price All the above property can be bought cheap and on easy payments For further particulars see orphone Dr John A Snowden at Lowell or Paint Lick My Farm 166 Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further particu lars write me N H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky I Miss Virna Association SalePait lick 1 acre fOR f ha tles 019 t Saved Fir cottage outbuildings SALE t k W MARKSBUltr Clate Marcee sold a horse to Will Durham for 150 Noah Marcee bought a bunch of shoats from Cy Moberly paying cents for them Mr and Mrs Jack Dunn Mrs Jell Dunn and little daughter Laura Mae have been recent visitors of Mr John Simpson and family Mrs Marcee Mr Noah Mar cee and family attended worship at Mt Hebron Sunday and were the guests of Mr and Mrs Job Marcee Hudson Hughes The infant child of Mr and Mra Ed Perkins after several weeks illness died last and buried Sunday afternoon in the Lancaster cemetery The two year old child of Mr Lane was kicked by a mule a few days ago When tha Dr arrived after laboring with it for sometime the child rallied and was soon alright Although without a pastor at this place Sunday School still remains good The number of pupils enrolled are about 80 while the average has been splendid There has been no outside pressure no drawing cards to entice the children into the school The Superintendent is de lighted with the progress of the school as well as encouraged by the regular attendance or the pupils BUENA VISTA The sale of Ed Eason last Friday was well attended and everything sold well The Misses Cecil of Willmore have been visiting their aunt Mrs James Christopher Mrs Wilson Hensley has been call ed to Harlan County by the illness of her mother Miss Sharrod Willbam of Kansas City Mo has been visting ence Christopher Elma B Allen who has been visit ing the home of Mrs Laura Naylor On August 23rd Robert Rose the infant son of Mr and Mrs Isac Con gleton was called home Interment at the family burrying ground Mrs Dudley Lane of Nicholasvllle who has been viseting her daughter Mrs Marshall Scott was called to Jes samine by the illness of her sister Mrs Bruner Mr and Mrs Kavanaugh Collier of Dixson California and Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdett of Bryantsville spent last Wednesday with their cousin Mrs G H Lane The fourteen year old son of Walter Gay while visiting his grandparents near here happened to a serious He accidently discharged a gun tearing the flesh from his leg and just escaped blowing his head oft He may recover Dont Break Dews Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on machinery cause You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowls or nerves serious danger to yourself If you are weak or rundown or under strain of any kind take Electric the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van de Sande of Kirkland ill writes That I did not while enduring a most severe strain for three months is due Electric Bitters Use them and enjoy health and strength positively guaranteed 50c at B E McRoberts 1m Mt Hebron Mr Ed Grow sold a work mule pri ce 130 Mr Sam Duncan oi Burgin bought of Edd Grow a cow for 20 Miss Edith Montgomery is with her cousin Mrs Edd Grow this week Mr Tom Hicks bought of Sam Duncan two shoats at 10 per head Mrs Katie Bell Short of Koknmo Ind is with her mother Mrs Curtis The recent rains baye been greatly enjoyed by the farmers of this section Mr and Mrs Melvin Stinmett are the proud parrents of line boy which arrived on the 12th Mis Mollie Crawford of Buena Vista was with Miss Jennie Montgomery on Sunday Mrs John Dennison of Rowland is very ill at the home of her father Mr Isaac Barker Miss Gertrude McQuerry of Jessa mine is the charming guest of Miss Ollie Crawford Miss May Scott of Pink Jessamine County visited her home people Fri day and Saturday Mrs Fhilp McMillan of Boyle is the guest of her grandparents Mr and MrsG A Bruce Miss Rachel Kennedy of Richmond was the pleasent guest of Miss Bettie Scott from Sunday until Wednesday Bev W H F Jones of Louisville will be engaged in a series of meeting at this place beginning on the even of the 29th Mr and Mrs Jobe Marsee Mr and Mrs Edd Graw A Bruce and J E Sherror attended ahe Bap tis Association at Hustonvllle on the A Mai Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous energy are never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless regulators for keen train and strong body 25c at B E McBoberts Son lIB car load D RYE SatUrday the 1 Miss Flor without wholly- to I Messers G 23 and24 tho M Jonah Just receired t e o- NO attendance N Georgetown accident breakdowns Bitters breakdown Satisfaction ilk s a f FJiATWOOD Mrs W H Furr is on the sick list G P Terrill and Minnie McQuerry lost 3 valuable colts last weeks J F Cook N L McQuerry and J II McQuerry visited at W H Furrs on Sunday last Geo Tankersley and family near Bloomington Indiana are visiting rel atives and friends here Miss Myrtle Cormney one of the as sistant at the Lancaster Infirmary is visiting her mother Mrs Fannie Archer and little dau ghters of Jellico Tenn are visiting relatives and friends here J F Cook and Newl McQuerry of Carrollton llinolse are visting and friends at their old Kentuc homeBev P Stamper who conducted the protracted meeting at Good Hope has returned to bis home at Barbers ville Kentucky Ebb Cook is at home from the 5Ich mond infirmary where he was on for appendicitus He is doing well and will soon be out again Bev Thorton Rev A C Baird in a serries of meetings at Gil lead Church in Madison which will begin Thursday of this week PAINT LICK B N Beasley went to Cincinnatti businessA meeting closed at Mt Labor Sunday with 14 additions Mr Will Howe and family of Rich mond are visiting relatives here W O Mays of Kingston visited his parents Dr and Mrs Mays Mon dayFred Halls little son Clarence fell off of a fence Saturday and broke his armMiss Lucy Spratt of Lancaster is visiting her uncle Mr Bertrand SprattSam Campbell left last Friday for Washington where he accept a good position Elder of Lexington will preach at the Christian church morning acd evening Walker Mason wife and Williamsburg visited Mrs G G Mason Sunday and Monday Oscar Parts and sister Miss Jessie have returned home after business course in Lexington Just load of Z Hucfson Hughes John W Snowden wife son and daughter of Los Angels Cal who have been visiting the family of Dr Snowden left for their home Monday Miss Maud Craudall and sister Mrs Sam Hagan were called to Ill Tuesday on account of the death of their brother who was killed Shirley Snowden who has been with the Country Club Cincinnati isspend a few days with his parents Dr and Mrs Snowden at Clover Dale their summer home A GtW Way to Use Hymei Besides breathing through the a few times a day many catarr ah sufferers write that they find Hyomei from a bowl of steam ing water each night before retiring a great aid in cureing stubborn cases Try it its very simple gives quick relief and makes you breathe easier Fill a bowl half full of boiling water pour into the water a halt of Hyomei cover head and bow with a towel and breathe through nose and mouth the medicated antiseptic and healing vapor that arises This method relieves that stuffiness at once and makes your head feel clearYou can get a bottle of Hyomei at druggists everywhere or at B E Mc Roberts Son for only 50 cents Ask for extra bottle Hyomei Inhalent But bear in mind if you want a Hyo mei inhaler you must buy a complete outfit which only costs 1 00 But as stated before if you already ownjan inhaler a bOttle of Hyomei costs but 50 cents Hyomei is guaranteed by druggists and by McRoberts Son to cure catarrah sore throat coughs colds rose fever asthma and croup or money back Try it on that generous basis 216 FARMERS COLUMN dpace below this beading is for the elu live UM of our farmer subscribers 1 for the sale of stock grain and such things oa farm as the farmer cannot afford to Wo notice will be accepted over tour lines and will be only in two laraes of the RXCOKD free of charge For nice red caw and calf W B Cook A registered Jersey long yearling bull for sale Jno Woods For good wagon with ton gue and shaves J P Prather FOB SALE Three Soutbdow Backs B L Elkin For yearling mulefoot boar Denny FOB SALE A nice two year old colt Will sell cheap Wm Royston FOB SALE Seven Durock Boar piss all eligible to register J W Elaore Five thoroughbred South Bucks for sale J M Crasc Preacbenville Ky Pius 318 G relatives operated will assbt will IIo good daughter- or completing- a receive ear y Bloomington Inhaling teaspoonful everywhere R E I anti SaleA SaleA SaleA A B y r Sunday Northern Seed e inhaler advertise Down fc aDsl Jersey Bull Hemy Simpson 88421 Season 19t0 J w SWEENEY H d TIN LY Surveyor 3 J I Ot4ce over F turnlturt tore Lancaster Kentucky T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sale3 Best or references k r Count PHONE G Hurts E TV Jforrotr Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted gatfafucrloa Guaranteed K DennyM DENTIST O ea OTC Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky DK BURNETT Physicon and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE- Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physical and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 J E Robinson LAWYEl mi CMJNIY AHUNET Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 1W Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co dies and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed b W Faulkner jWgr LOOK AND LISTEN For UpToDate Hair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS co TO HENRY DUNCANS Office Hours Office over 8mtttl21pmto4 Stormes B F W JLTER Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Kjv I have just opened up a new clean Barber Shop- on Lexington street next to thepost office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me Cteam Tools Sharp Razors Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN Dr Rags 4 u 1111 I 111 I I I I I i BAunzB ox STREET Drug Store KILLIIIK COUCH IIIE LUNC WITH IiscnIrr i t- rIll Lao SHOP RICilitoD A CURE N Fa r rocsesr sX41 t 11 iiJ L E M W oldMcRobettsDnKStett NOTICE THE HUBS On the next STUDEBAKER Wagon you pass on the road Why arent they split and cracked like the ordinary wagon Because the ordinary wagon hub is made from oak a wood that splits and cracks easilv while 4agon hubs nre made from alem Black Bitch 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 trashy and will net stand the strain Studebaker hubs cost more than any other hub on the market but they aro and wear longer Another reason why you should buy a Studebaker from J R MOUNT SON CO t trc her A few Choice Duroc Boars and Gilts for sale J F Robinson at National Bank firm Haveing 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 Jf C D McCarthy f Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a day w MOSSPhone INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 450000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR J 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND DROME AT NIGHT Steles Kewams ExkMtaJ DAILY RACES FIREWORKS NATISIIX JINX HIS BAND Free Attractions Uptodate BBIdwaj Nap US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FUnNISH AauSEKENT tNSTIUCTIOM PROFIT LOW RATES FitfeK WMMM write J W KSVXAN Secretary 320 Pat Jnwa BbJ- gI fYll SEPTEMBERI O I L Si 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 7 i r l I Change Firm I I Doty i- I I I Tin and Plumbing Shop COO COOC OOCOOOOO SOOC i S I 90 I BEAZLEY HASELDEN P i1r c EIGHTHANNUAL V L h t c t r r xooo I e NN 1e e Ir HIPPO- s s RAILROAD s r a Farm and Stock An ideal ration for maturing hogs is plenty of pasture and wheat middl Will the improvement in swine be as great the next century as the past one Just received load of o Hudson Hughes The scientific thoughtful farmer works with his head He knows every cow her yield her condition and her profit producing capacity One man in Missouri a feeder of claims to he making twice as much on beef on tie sums farm now as he did before building silos Allow the calf to run with the mother or a day or so immediately after birth The new milk is neces sary to promote a proper The Owen Cjuntv Wool Growers Association has sold the remaining lot of pooled wool to M Sable and Sons of Louisville at the following prices First grade 27 cents second grade 22 cents and third grade 17 cent There was between 40000 to 50000 pounds in the purchase During this month cull out the old hens reserving only such of the year lings as have proven good producer old roosters should go just as soon as you are through hatching unless you need their company This thinning out means more room and better care for the pullets During October last severe culling and keep nothing that does not mean business The soil is not for the dairyman alone popular notion to the contrary The general farmer needs a silo dues the cattle feeder Experi ments made at our State station have proved conclusively that silage has an important place in the ration of the fattening steer as well as the 1ary cow And the most economic way of handling the corn crop Is through the silo The ideal sheep pasture is blue grass and white clover It makes the dyest closest sod and dry land is best for sheep There is no sod that will produce more pasture and no sod that will make a better winter pas Vire than blue grass sod protected pasturing through the au umn season A winter pasture for jreeding ewes where they may run out during clear mild weather is a necessity in the matter A turkey will set without any apparent knowledge of your when you go to her nest until within a very short time of her ha tching Then she will emit a hissing sound cautioning you to keep hands off They need close watching for if they once go off the nest with their poults it is hard to keep under control Learn them that they cooped nights for two rea sons One is to keep the lice off and going over them once a week is none too often the other to avoid their being caught by varmints The Lash of a Fiend would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as a lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at night he writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never cough at night now Millions know its merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs ippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfever It relieves quickly and never fails to satisfy A trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by R E McRoberts Son 1m loyd Mrs Belle Snyder is having a new barn built James Hicks visited Henry and Ma ron Sebaston list week Reymond Burchell bought some hogs from Sam Warren Claud Bolton bought of Norman Grow one horse for 175 Mr Jim Snyder and family spent a few days with his mother last week Mrs Hugh Preston and mother spent Sunday with Mrs Robt Simp sonMike Turner of Lancaster has been visiting his sister Mrs Raymond Bur chellMr and Mrs Lotie Raney spent Tuesday night of last week with her motherMr Grow wife and little daughter visited relatives at Hebron last week Mrs Eliza Ray and Mrs Martha Dozier spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Tom Ray Mr and Mrs Newton Grow spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ed grow of Mt Hebron Mr and Mrs J D Baker of Spoons ville was the weekend guest of their daughter Mrs Preston Snyder Mrs Mary B Lee and daughter spent from Friday until Sunday with Mrs Mollie Scott of Jessamine Mr Jim Simpson and family Mr and Mrs Henry Ray spent Sunday at the home of Mr Jesse Simpson Mr and Mrs Squire Walters and little son of Jessfmine visited A B Burchell and family Saturday and SundayMr Mrs Loyd Sanders Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray Mr and Mrs girt is and Mrs Florence Ballard spent Sunday with Mr Luther Baney and family I t aJ1o her NORTHERN E YE digeston make- a ee from presence mast be merciless matchless la I I I ings SE S cattle and- o almost C Floyd New Building at Frankfort Pen Improvements amounting to will be made at the this year by the Prison mission who contemplate the erection of a modern hospital a large for religious services and a place of amusement and the raising of roof of the work shop make a room for a night school At the session of the Legislature of 190G there was S31 000 appropriated fur the erection of a hospital but the Commissioners did not think that this was money enough for the hospital and other that have to be made and the improvements for two sess ions of the Legislature with a view of getting more money The Legislature however has not seen fit to increase the appropiiition and the population of the psnitenli iry has grown so large that the improvements are absolutely necessary The hospital will cost about 20000 and the top fl or will be equipped with large wide porches and one sile of the roof glass so that the tuberculin patients will get the fresh air and sunshine Free Scholarship Notice to Sons and Daughters of U C VAs chairman of the educational work of the United Daughters of the Confederacy for the Kentucky Divi sion it glues me pleasure to announce that I have secured scholarships open to the lineal descendents of Confede rate Veterans as follows Honorary scholarship for one year at Centre College Danville value 850RE UiiiB3iENTs Proven ancestry good character need of pecuniary aid high school diploma I State University Lexington Two scholarships tenable until the com I petion of the courses of study upon which the holders of scholarships releasing the holders from all fees except deposit of 10 to cover damage to University property on leaving University the deposit less damages is returned REQUIREMENTS Proven ancestry good character need of pecuniary High School diploma West Kentucky Normal College Bowling Green One scholarship free tuition for four years REQUIUKMEXTS Proven ancestry good character need of pecuniary aid etghth grade certificate East Kentucky Normal One schol arship entitling the to free for one year REQUIREMENTS Proven ancestry a desire to teach good morals need of pecuniary aid Draughns Business College Padu call Life scholarship in either book keeping or shorthand entitling the holder to free tuition and exempt from all incidental fees REQUIREMENTS Proven ancestry good character need of pecuniary aid eighth grade certificate Central Business college Paducah scholarship value not yet deter mined To secure these scholarships for the fall term all applicants should apply to me having first received the re commendation and endorsement of the U D C chapter located in their county Signed Gray Gatlin Swan Mrs W S Murray Kentucky Dairy Products as Food The Products of the dairy are per haps the most useful articles includ ed in the human diet A meal made up of dishes into which no product of the dairy cow enters would not be such as to inspire the turnpike road to peoples hearts I find lies through their mouths or I mistake mankind Take away the butter for tie bread the cream for the coffee and the porridge the shortening in the crust and the biscuits the milk in the gravy and in the puddings the cream for the dessert and the various kinds of cheese which please and sat isfy then take away the cup of milk for the little one and the meal that would be haft would be neither tempt ing nor nutritious The health of our people depends so much upon adequate supply of pure dairy products that even a scarcity is always attended by suffering and death Butter sometimes referred to as a luxury This is a mistake Butter is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life and its composition is such that nothing can take its place and perform the same functions It is product compounded in the maternal organism and the process is in accordance wilh natures law a law which can imitate but cannot understand Man can manufacture from various fats and oils a substitute for butter but it cannot take the place of natures product because cannot understand the needs of the human body as nature understands themThe animal body is developed best when nourished by foods which have been little manipulated by man and machinery Dairy products are as a rule consumed nearly as nature pro duced them This is particularly true with milk upon which the growing body must depend In the case of butter only a small percentage or other products are added to the fat extracted from the milk Man only manipulates it in order to put it in shape for use Itcan still a product of nature design ed as only nature can design for use as food by the human body Farm Fir Sale 102 acres improved handsome baiek with eight roam one mile from on the Lexington pike Address 928t JS THigginbothm 31000I Com I I t he tJ I I improvE- ments I I and holder tui- tIon lOne man convenient termed Bryantsville L penitentiary auditorium delayed l enter University natures be well residence a 2a r v r fh Preacher and Editor The follow ing summary of the situ ation from an exchange is evidently written by someone who speaks from experienceEditing newspaper in some rc pjcts is a good deal like preaching the gospel truth must be presented in the form of generalities orsome fel doses if it hits them But while preachers criticise editors for what they do say no one thinks of giving them credit fur what they do not say Yet what they keep to themselveS constitutes the major portion of what they know about people Very many people harbor the belief that newspapers arc eager to publish derogatory things Its a mistake There isnt a newspaper that could a sensation ty at any time by telling what it knows There not a newspaper that dues not keep under lock of secrecy scores of derogatory things which never meet the public eye or reach the public ear Deciding what not to print is the most troublesome part of newspaper work The many good suppressed because of innocent relatives and good of the public nobody outside of a newspaper tlice has any way of knowingIn instances he who Hies into a passion because a newspaper prints something about him which he uncomplimentary has every reason to feel profoundly grateful to the newspaper for publishing so little of what it knows about lim Arid of times loudest bluffer is the most vulnerable to attack A big noise is often a device employed to cover trep idationNewspapers put up with more than any other agency would en dure It is not because they lack courage it is because they are unwill ing to use their power to destroy or ruin urless the interest of society im peratively demands it It might be well for some people to upon these truths and in silent gratitude accept mild admonilLm lest worse befall The City and the Country Stlected The city is of brick and stone With walls that touch the sky But there a man is quite alone Though thousands pass him by They breathe the breath of mill and martWhere never dreaming is lie in their lives may have no part And they have none in his It hammers hun the citys day Or binds him round with tape Until in its relentless way It molds him to a shape A shape that also shapes his soul Like those of all the rest Unless he will not pay this toll And fares upon a quest The country is of grass and trees And cloud and son and rain Of singing birds and humming bees And winding road and lane And grass that whispers all day long And orchards deep with shade Ah there ale story laugh and sung Forever to be made And he who passes is your friend Though neer again jou meet The people do not blur and blend As in a city street Into a host of rushing forms That either come or go And if your soul has calms or storms They neither care nor know A garden first was given man But with his knowing frown lIe sacrificed the And built himself a town And ever through the city ways There comes the luring dream Of starry nights and drowsing days Of meadowland and stream SKIN AFFECTIONS Whether on Infant or Grown Person by Zemo and Zerao Soap An Unusual Offer The R E McRuberts Son says to every person ba it man woman or child who has an irritated tender or itching skin to come to cur store and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake of ZEMO soap and if you are not entirely satisfied with result comeback and get your money So confident are we of the clllcancy of this clean simple treatment that we make you this unusual c filer ZEMO is a clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema pimples dandruff and other forms of skin eruption ZEMO and ZEMO soap are the most economical a well as the cleanest and ive treatment for affections of the skin or scalp whether on infant or grown person POSTEDThe log 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 EF Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich sirs P W Kinnaird T A Elkia Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold G Anderson H C Hamilton L H G Y Conn T W Conn J GConn Fil rimiage Tobaco Co r pert not Spl ing in merel I the stuns forth the bluffing pi iwal plan W Jc the commnul considers redact Cured Drug- Store most effect S Brown Clark brings us new customers for GLEN LILY White House Do You Know Why ard Milling Company Phone 47 ioH iNzo l OH ot MToH i 1a i tor I I t III o 0 IiaI ort FLOUR IiM i i 5 r tllllllllllltlllllllllll c b- ri71 EVERYDAY taK It r slf AND h r a a da- nY 7 v the job where our Ium ber is used Beams on the faces of the mechanics vho are making such a good I fgi 1 I lJ IIt fj 1 1I ttht t S U ii1 i1 II Ion I Ik 16 J Pe jir job on the face of the builder and also the owner For lumber Mfe Go the beams and boards we supply mean good quick work a lasting building and satisfaction all round Appalachian Exposition EVER HELD N THE SOUTH Tenn cspt 12 to Oct 12 Magnificent and Mammoth RuilTmgs More to see Amuse than Ever Offered at Southern Exposition 10000 in Purses for TCmminsranrl Trotting 10000 in Aerial Exploitation by machines of Wriht Brothers Strnhol and other Aeronaut See the 825000 in Matchless Fireworks Grand Battle of the CIoudsand Pains Fal of Promneii- MnlhaHs Famous Wild West and Other Shows of Note Greatest Bands in all America REMEMBER THESE SPECIAL DATES Livestock ami Rnees Septemherl2tTN- lsihfe September T41 September Pigeon and Pet Stock Show September 27 to Octo erl- PnnltryShnw October 51 Wright Brothers Air Ship Days September S metiers THrhjible Tfciloon Every Bav September 12 to Oct 12 Fire Works Every Evening September 12 to October 12 Battle of rhe fluids September 1924 Fall to Octobers Admission to grounds 5Octs in Day After 6 p m 25cts Special railroad rates every day and remarkably row rates to Knoxville and return on Tuesday and Thursdays as follows LAXCASTEI 6365 STAXFOKD JT CTIOK CITY 53TO SEE THIS GREAT EXPOSITION W J OLIVER PRESIDENT When you think of building see the Daoville Lumber Hanofacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished J iil 11 Iii IIi III 3r I P G or II I SRI TEST I I Knoxville I I i I Races Ii Air hip I 5 I Io Horse Show u u Bench 3 t I I I 9 J I Pain I nh nU I of Pompei I I I I 350 I J 0 i 3ri Icy t1z 1 aoarmra no e Show September G 1e e e 0 e ee T prescription department is really what makes a firstclass drug HE I store and we pride ourselves on ours Absolutely pure drugs compounded by expert who follow physicians instructions to the letter that is what makes prescription the favorite alike of the attending physician The other departments of the store are conducted on an equally high Our soda makes a specialty of rich ro refreshing FANTAZServed in a variety of attractive ways R E Me Roberts Son our 00 lit J pharmacists sparkling t 4rs 1 Neckwear At very low 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 r J u f1 JJa I- if All i I i I 1 I I I rj y c Ladies i T Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings end Mrs J B Lexington vis iting her sister Mrs I C Green Hon II L Davidson leaves Friday for his home in Tulsa Oklahoma 3Iss 3IibIe Claire Arnold of Paris is the guest of Mrs S D Turner D A Thomas is at home from a va cation with relatives in New Castle Mrs Bmvlinjr of East Bernstadt is visiting Mr and Mrs W S Harry Brown is in Kirsville on a visit to his sister Mrs David Jones Mr N L McQuerry of Carrallton 1 is visting friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Jessie Arnold of Frankfort are here for a visit to Miss Susie Crair of Shelbyville is here visiting her friend Miss Minnie Brown Miss Augie and Maruurite Kinnaird are spending a week at Crab Orchard SpringsMrs O P Bush and little son are in Richmond visting Mrs ma Bush Miss Minnie Brown was in fan this week the guest of Dr and j sirs Judy I J E EUnore is liking vacation by a stay in Frankfort Versaiiles and Lexington Mr and Mrs Carter and daughter of Indianapolis are guests of Mrs John Walters Mrs James Anderson of Menden Mo is here visiting Mrs Sue ender son and sons Mr J K Claxton of Emninence has been the recent guest of Miss Lillie Arnold Misses Eunice and Bessie Prather left Saturday for a visit to friends in Richmond Robert Elkin left Saturday Elk ins West Va where lie has accepted a good position Mr J W Pumphery leit morning for a visit to his dau ghter in Kansas Miss Vannetta Spoonamore of WH more is visting her grandmother Mrs Sarah Hamilton Mr and Mrs Walker Burnside of Richmond are visiting Mr Ben Pat i I 1 Ly Those Arc Inttrattd In J Sop r isin I EmI Lexing a for Wednesday I I caings Wz 9 1 ti b Carrier- S relatives 7 J r J j I ten of this county Mr J Y Robinson leaves shortly for Butler Ga Miss Birdie Brown is quite sick of malarial fever Miss Allle Hendren is in Danville visiting Mrs Mary Parks Brannon Beazley of Texas friends and relatives here Misses Mary and Sara Reid were visitors at Flatwood Sunday Mr Otto Royse of Decatur 111 is the guest of Mr T W Bradshaw Miss Martha Bettis is in Danville visiting her uncle Mr Robert Bettis Miss Mary Doty left Tuesday for a visit to her sister Mrs Anne Doty of Millcisburg Mrs N E Kelly has returned from Crab Orchard where she has been vis iting her sister Mrs George Balleu of Richmond is here for a visit her mother Mrs Edna Francis Miss Nannit Kelly is at home after a visit to her sister Mrs Logan of Crab Orchard Mrs Maggie Pearson of Harrods burg was a visitor Tuesday of Mrs Mattie Duncan Mss Annie May Milburn of Stan ford is the guest of Misses Mayme and Ethel Walters Little Laura and Forest Cooper of Lexington are being entertained by Mrs Chester Fitch Mr Ed G Dotv who the Real Estate business at Pecos Texas is here for a visit Miss Margurite of is the guest of her aunt Mrs E H Billiard and family Miss Bertha Ham of Newby Ky spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs L J Sanford Mrs B D Hendron and son Law rence of Lawrenceburg are with Mrs J Fleece Robinson for a stay Arnold leaves this week for a short visit to her cousin Miss Mollie Brooks at Crab Orchard Miss Katherine Arnold who has had charge of the Sanitorium has re turned to her home in Louisville Misses Georgine Strong returned to her home in Cincinnati Tuesday after a pleasant visit to the Misses Gill Mr and Mrs W K Shugars and son W K Jr of Stanford were guests of the Misses Shugars Mr and Mrs Hagan made an auto trip from Richmond Sunday and were guests of Mr and Mrs R L Hagan Mrs Fred P Frisbie and son Hud s I I 1 tQ din I Woolfolk Lexington Miss Rella I I I I I visiting r recent son left Wednesday for a visit to Mrs Nevin of Lincoln county Miss Susie Beshear of Cynthiann arrived Saturday night and is with Mrs U D Simpson Little Miss Pearl Soper of Lexing ton is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs J B Sopher Mrs Sallie Marct is at home again after a stay with her daughter Mrs Grant Trumbo of Frankfort Miss Alle Yantis left Monday for a visit to Miss Elizabeth Girdler of and to attend the fair Misses Jennie and Mary Rankin leave tins week to visit relatives in Somerset and attend the fair Elder Platt of the Christian church at McKinney filled the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morning Two children of Mr Thomas Mid diet in living on Richmod street are reported quite sick of typhoid fever Mrs R H Tomlinson is at hone J from Lexington where she has been under treatment for several weeks Mrs W Price and R Craham Price of Danville were with Mr and Mrs Fred P Frisbie Saturday and Sunday Miss Nannle Anderson is at home from the Falls City where she pur chased a beautiful line of millinery Mrs Malcolm House and little son Le Roy left Tuesday to spend the week in Somerset and attending the FairThe Misses Gill entertained at cards Saturday afternoon in honor of their visitor Miss Georgiue Strong of Cin cinnatiMr Lackey left Saturday night for Washington City after a short visit to his mother Mrs D M LackeyMr Hopper of Hustonville has been visiting his sister Miss Jane Hopper and brothers Messrs Lou and John Hopper Misses Mabel Mason of Richmond and Bettie Robinson of Campb lls vUle have arrived to resume their duties as teachers in the Lancaster Graded School Dr H M Grant left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in West Va before resuming a lucrative position in the city of Norfolk Va Miss Mary Clark Engleman left Tuesday for her home in Braddock North Dakota after a protracted visit to Lancaster relatives Miss Oliver McElroy a valued as sistant in the Record office leaves Sunday for her home in Campbells villeMiss Kate Kinnaird returned Mon I Carter Somerset day night from a protracted visit to relatives in Middles boroMiss Alberta Anderson entertained in honor of Mrs Wm R Cooks at tractive guest Mrs Ernest Sprague of Louisville Mrs Ernest Sprague who has been Mrs wm R Cooks guest was called to her home in Louisville by the illness of her husband Mrs Emma Kauffman and daughter Miss Louise came home Tuesday from a visit to Mrs Mary Kanffman of Hustonville Messrs F G Hurt and Stephen Walker the furniture men were in Louisville the first of the week buy ing goods for their store Mrs M A Archer and children and Mrs Pauline Uaderwood of Jel lico have been recent visitors of Lac caster friends and relatives Miss Ethel Hilton a frequent to her sisters Mrs R II Batson and Miss Susie Hilton of this place has been given a position at her home in the Stanford Graded School Mrs Wm J Romans was at home Thursday evening at her handsome residence on Richmond street for a number of young people to meet her attractive niece Miss Lottie Carson StanfordThe ones have been guest of Mrs James L Smith Mrs Henry Spratt of Hamilton Ohio Mrs Jose phine Launahan of Livingston Miss Fannie Brown Lowell and Mrs Fr auk Spratt of Lower Garrard Mr Carl Zimmer the aged father of R Zimmer this city died at his home in Baden Germany after a gener al decline The deceased was 81 years old and had remarkable health pre vious to his last illness Miss Mayme Lee Ballard who has been quite ill sor the past two months is slowly improving Her many friends are very interested in her condition and hope that her recovery will be only a short time Mrs M H Mabry and little son Harton left Monday for a visit to Mrs G F Smith of Sanford Fla They were accompanied by Miss Jennie Washburn who went to Fitzgeiald Ga after a stay with Mr and Mrs T J Price Mr Chas West returned to Lancas ter Monday after a pleasant trip to Norfolk Va Washington D C and other places of interest He leaves Friday for his home in Tulsa where he is engaged in the Real Estate business and is making good as is the habit of all Garrard County boys J I Barboursville and I J I visitor I I I I I Oklahoma YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN I am agent joi iiiagazines Call see me Brown 9 2 tf 100 cash R L Elkin FOR SALE A house and lot on De pot Street x Mrs 8 26 3t Give Gulleywho fs agent for Danville your laun dry and tailoring work Just received acar loadof NORTH ERN E Hudson Hughes Let me draw yourplans for a mod ern and uptodate home giving price and specification for building same Miss Bettie Anderson- I am in the all times for fat and also for horses See me or phone 95 before you sell W B Burton As I am going for about a month my shop will Be closed until I return after which I will be glad to wait on my and customers It pd J W Pumphery Having purchased lingo Rioter Lad from the head of Crawford Bros herd of pure St Lamberts we offer his ser vice at 500 at leap with privilige of returning cow Walker Bros Point Leavell Ky Farm for Sale On next County Couit day Monday September 26 1910 at 2 oclock In the afternoon we will offer for sale the tract of land known as the William Comley place deceased 58 acres with dwelling house and all to highest bidder William Simpson Administrator 8265tpd Judson Ky WANTED Cosmopolitan Magazine requires the services of a representa tive in Lancaster to look after renewals and to extend circu lation by special methods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission experience desirable but not essential Whole time or spare time Address with referrences H C Campbell Magazine 1789 Broadway New York City The Seal In Captivity The fur seal will in This does to the hair seals which are those so readily trained for exhibition purposes and I am standing for Gomley the SEED feedingmules away friends subscription not eed captivity apply U Mrs olly my ersey bull James 8 market at outbuildings Previous Cosmopolitan GENTLEMEN I DO YOU WANT f Better Clothes for Less Money I An Expert Cutter and Fitter from 1 Bros Go BALTIMORE NEW YORK BOSTON will be with us to take measure and show you a Magnificent Line of New Imported and Domestic Woolens i August 25th 26th 27th R H BATSON Lancaster Kentucky Type UpToDate and Nothing But Good Material Used ADVERTISING RATES Within the Reach of Your Pocketbook Our Circulation Goes to all the Homes Ar l III I III III III II III Schloss III III III your 111 III III III I fill I JJ I II I PVWNr New Butcher Shop JTww111 H H I Meat Cutter of 25 I years exper fence and everything willbeFreshj and Clean I have employed F 5 I pt In connection with my Grocery have at all times after next Tuesday all kinds of Fresh Meats Beef Steak Roast Brains Sweet Breads Lamb Fries Link Sausage Fresh SausagePork and in fact every kind of Meat that you can think of I also want Grocery trade and want all your produce you that I will pay as much or more for it than any other Merchant or dealer I am now paying 19c in cash for Butter and 21c in trade 18c cash for Eggs 19c in trade Let me have at least a part of your trade and we will use our best efforts to please you Phone 181 Walker Public Square LANCASTER KENTUCKY v v Iwill o jIP P c your assuring JLJ k 8 t i V a a f a I cij 4 f p 6 r a RUI UI n 1i fHY 4r jlr ya t y2 1- sI y 7rC 0 I will offer for sale at auction at my farm be ginning at 930 oclock sharp between the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes one mile from Rowland and two miles from Stanford on 78 Head of Mules Horses Jacks Ei1fttt di1 I1 BIG SALEh n TUESDAY J SPTM8H 6 t L f 1910 and Jennetts 1 Mature Jack good breeder 2 Yearling Jacks good size and well marked and well bred Jennetts of good breeding and in foal to good jacks Suckling horse colt out of a Pencemare and by The Warfield Suckling horse colt out of Golddust mare and by Ashland Brook Short yearling horse colt out of draft mare by a son ot Pence Yearling horse colt out of trottingbred mare by Beau Naboth Yearling horse colt out of trottingbred mare by George Hur Yearling horse colt out of draft mare by thoroughbred stallion Yearling filly out of draft mare by a son of Gambetta Wilkes Yearling filly out of Preston mare by Beau Naboth Yearling filly out of Dorsey Golddust mare bv Ashland Brook Yearling filly out of thoroughbred mare by Chester Peavine Yearling filly out Marion Squirrel mare by Chester Peavinev 1 TWOYEAROLD TROTTING BRED MARE BY BEAU NABOTH MULES 1 Suckling mare mule colt 8 Yearling mules 38 twoyearold mules v S three 1 mule Mules to ke sold in pans CATTLE C If not sold before I will also offer 40 good 1100 pound feeders 20 good 900 ppundi feeders and 20 head other cattle of different weight HOGS 10 fine brood sows bred to farrow the last of September V wt TERMS 10 and under cash in hand Over 10 cash good in six months bearing 6 per cent interest Sale will be held shine served on the grounds Col J P Chandler Auctioneer V W H SHANKS 10 l 1 I I I I 1 1 I I year l 1 g r h Ji l ie 1 1 s mules fouryear old r j iN1 r s yw bra notes due i rain Dinner V n i ii T1 1 1 c L niI I I I Y ii- a tilt A r Co J OF THE lDthpersalLL iFinesI of and ltrns In C nb u trI ilord Muics 1 OfltCkyV 130ftead of Moles Brood Mares130 Having sold my Home Farm and Deciding to Change Business I will sell Publicly on Wednesday September 7th Beginning at 9 oclock a m sharp at my Home Farm one half mile South of the Rail road Station on Somerset street Stanford Ky the following property to wit Quo Named Samson Six Years Old sired by Bill Goebel he by the great Joe BIackburnthat sold for lS2o Samson is the Champion Mule Jack Kentucky his colts having won more premiums at the Kentucky State Fair the Blue Grass Fair and several Central Kentucky Fairs in 190S and 1909 than any other jacks colts as well as at the Lancaster Danville Lex ington Lawrenceburg Harrcdsburg and Perry vi lie 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 16 Yearlings half of them Mares 20 twoyearoIiTs 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 lbs Twenty of the above are show mules I Have Won 175 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 Draft Stock weight about 1100 Ibs 6 4 year olds Draft Stock weight from 1100 to 1200 Ibs 20 5 year olds to4 Draft Stock weight from 1100 to 1400 lbs 10 6 year olds K to Draft Stock weight from 1100 to 1500 lbs 11 7 and 10 years olds to tf Draft Stock weight from 1100 to 1600 lbs 10 Smooth Mouthed to Draft Stock weight from 1100 to 1600 Ibs 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 I Ii myw I 0 I of t 7c sTjEEE5 7C J r 4 1 r Jack C Dinner Will be Served at the House To AllO sums of 10 and under cash in hand over 10 a credit of 6 months with 6per cent interest from date u TERMSAll of sale purchaser giving a bankable note AUCTIONEERSI M DUNN and T D ENGLISH J H Bau hman X c1 ify Ix duE W E AY Y NI li L