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Fron The Land ofNow THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From Tfie Land ofNine LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1910 NUHBKS 22 n T- t 1 s PLUMBING WflTER AND I Let us make you prices can save you some rhoney We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing can furnish on short notice Lancaster Ky TWENTY FIRST YtAi1 I I HOT II i g M M ITIN g rl tt 8tUg ril rm MW t1 I 8L ftr II STEAM HEATING1 ROEFING We are handling best brands of coalBLACK BEAR RED ASH JELL1CO and Blue Gem Block and Nut Also BENNETT JELLICO You will find our prices cheaper for quality than other dealers Coal 10 to ijc per bushel at or on cars Any one want ing car load will sell very close as cheap as you can buy from the H B NORTflCOTT DEPOT STREET yard mines Fresh Clean Eggs l8c Cash inTilAli Luith 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 to lrun A My o 166 AcrIi I 1ti arm Now is the time to buy a Clarks Double Disc Harrow Saves you one team and hand each day John Deere Sulky Plow 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 the very 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 Bug gies at reduced prices Remember our prices always right J R Mount Son Co I II I I can aI a t CHEER UP The great Sun Bros Circus is coming on Wednesday Sep 21st For Sale Good corner lot number 42 in Hasel den Heights will sell cheap Apply at this office On Friday at the home of the brides parents at Preachersville Miss Lucy Cummins and Richard Wriiams were united in marriage Rev O P Bush official ing A most substantial re past was served the guests Eight Additions to Babtist Church The meeting at the Baptist church conducted by Rev Martin will close with Friday evenings service This meeting has been a success in every way eight people having united with the church and each evening bringing a crowded house to listen to the good preacher Good Impression Hon Louis L Walker of Lancas ter the new appointed Circuit Judge spent Wednesday afternoon here view tug the landscape oer lIe crerted a very tine impression with those who met him and if he shows up as well on the bench as he does on the street no reason why Auditor James should have hopped on ActingGov ernor Cox for appointing him Har rodsburg Herald The remains of Mrs D D Scott of Jeilico Tenn were laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery last Saturday afternoon at three oclock Services were conducted at the grave by Rev Martin Mrs Scott passed away at her home in Jeilico last Friday morning having been a sufferer of asthma for some time Mrs Scott was Miss Lilly Arnold of this place daughter of Mr and Mrs John L Arnold and marri ed Mr D D Scott Editor of the Sen tinal at Jeliico and with him she leaves two sons Morris ticket agent at Gatliff Kv and Earl who is in the newspaper business at Jellico to mourn the loss of a devoted wife and mother she is also survived by three sisters and one brother Mrs Charles Norris of Wiiliamsburg Mrs Lester Wilson of Lula Miss Mrs G T Far ris of this place Mr Joe Arnold of Richmond Ky Deepest sympathy expressed for th 3 bereaved ones in their loss Lancastes Hospital The hospital is becoming a necessity o the people of our county and is tak ing care of the sick as weil as they could be taken care of any place Sitice Miss left on Sept 1st Miss Sallie Lou Myers of this county has been nurse however the doctors decided to have two nurses and have secured the services of Miss Phelps of Lexington and it is claimed that both are fine nurses Dr Burnett went to Lexington in his automobile Monday and made for Miss Phelps to arrive here last Tues day M Jake Y Robinson is sick of ty phoid fever and has been at the hos pital under Dr Burnett since last Saturday He is reported as doing nicely Itis hoped by his many friends that he will soon be well Miss Doolin who has been at the hospital for sometime under Dr Bur nett is very much improved and is able to sit up Mrs Kemp Walker who was brought to the hospital on a stretcher is now able to walk Mr John Meadows of Hyattsville is taking treatment for rheumatism Largest Sale In Years Quite a large crowd from here and adjoining counties attended the sale sale of Mr W H Shanks held at his farm near Stanford Tuesday Septem ber Cth Thirty one thousand pound cattle sold S470 forty four 1150 pound cattle sold to Mr A R Denny of this county for 05cts Sixty mules from colts to age mules sold from 50 to 200 else sold well The largest sale held in Lincoln Co unty since the Levi Hubble sale some twentyfive years ago by Mr Baughman at his farm near Stanford The crowd was estimated from three to four thousand people including the prominent mule buyers from over the State Col Dunn Auct English and Chandler wieldeth the hammer and did it well After household Roods were SOlO the crowd moved to the big tent near the parn to see the stock sold The first mule led in the ring was the champion two year old mare mule which to Duwald Gentry of Lexington for 350 in the ring was toe champion three year old mule sold to Lyn Hudson of Atlanta Ga 390 The highest price yearling mule went to William G ir for 285 and highest price mule colt brought 262 Sampson the noted mule Jack sold to Clarence Tate for 670 Teams of draft from 350 to 500 per pair About 70 mules were sold and bron ght Rood prices and 90 mares and geld togs These two sales were advertised well in all the news papers in several counties around Stanford and goes to show that advertising pays for it is the profits one or two mules paid advestlsing and sale bills I I wesee Scott Arnold Everything I washeld 1 1 J r I slId i JS ext r fin I i II II 5 I likely on I i I s arrangements mares soldI that the q d Get ready for the big circus on Sept 21 The red lemonade man will be there Miss Nora Frances who has teen i beilng Oklahoma for about a year past where she holds a good position was married on last Tuesday to Mr Sid Moore of Pueblo Colorado The recent bride is a sister of Mrs Edna Francis of this place aud quite a and bright woman being possessed of remarkable energy An old Visitor ii a KW Dress A day of real holiday hilarity and good cheer is in store for our amuse ment goers with the event of the Sun Brothers Greater Progressive Shows which are underlined to appear at Lancaster September 21st for two complete performance afternoon and night The Sun Rrothers Shows need scarcely any introduction to this or any other community For the past seventeen years thi upto date tented enterprise has established it self as a preeminent entertainer of the first water Lhing new upon each succeeding visit and invailibly conducting a clean able and honest exhibition To Enter School at Richmond Miss Katie Mae Dickerson of Buck eye leaves Monday for Richmond to enter the Normal School She has been our correspondent at Buckeye and while we are glad any young person in school still it is with regret that she is no longer to be our from that section She has always been faithful to her county paper al ways reporting the news and looking out for the interests of the RECORD We wish her success in her school work and are sure that she will finish with high honors We have made arrangements with Miss Mamie Dickerson to furnish the news from that good part of our county RESOLUTIONS Pastors of Every Church Will Fight Against the Establishing of a Malt Mead Saloon in Lancaster as much as a house is to be opened for the sale of malt and soft in the city of Lancaster and believing from wide observation and experience elsewhere that such places have proven distructive of the best moral welfare of the community therefore citizens representing members of all the churches and all others who have the public welfare at heart we hereby earnestly protest against the establishment of such a house in the city of Lancaster and call upon the people of our city to make known in every lawful way their strongest disapprobation that a copy of this protest by the united congrega tions of this city as assembled in the Baptist church September 5th 1910 be published in the CENTRAL REC ORD of the city of Lancaster Council Metting The City Council met on last Mon day night On account of the absence of Mayor Logan Mr G S Greenleaf was elected Mayor Pro Tem The resignation of Judge L L Walker as City attorney was accepted when councilman Mount made a mo tion suggesting that an order of re gret be placed on the minute book Mr H Clay Kauffman was unani mously elected to fill the vacancy and many people predict thathe will make a good City Attorney Councilman James W Smith was not present so this only left five mem bers present at the meeting Mr John M Mount was sworn in as City assessorNothing was done towards granting the Telephone Co a franchise how ever the Council will meet again Thursday night or as soon as Mayor Logan and councilman Smith are presentThe had better not let this frajch se business get the best of them for once an error is made it can nev er be recalled and unless the franchise is drawn up properly and the RATES FOR CITY AND COUNTY PHONES ARE you will be paying for the error thro the years to come The Council decided to take the case of Gott vs Judge E W Harris to the court of appeals The next few Council meetings will be of vital interest to every good cit izen of this county and town so let us urge you to be present and understand the situations as they exists Annual report of the Lancaster and McKendree congregation in all stalls tical and fiscal ii now being prepared by the Pastor for the annual Harrodsburg Sep ternoer 20th all individual fiscal is now due and pay able to Mr Lee Hagan treasure Lan caster or Mr Wilson Alexander Rubble for McKendre congregation Bishop John C Kilgo of Durham North Carolina will preside at the an representing 125 and thirty thousand member ship the date September 21 Sun Bros will be in Lan caster pey Alwaysuffering some tosee reporter FirstIn drinks a s SecondResolved dualcanference pastorals bigcircus Wednesday capable REGULATED conference Remember FIENDISH CRIME Happened Near Hubble Lincoln County About noon 3d the residents of Lincoln and adjoining counties were shocked by the terrible news that a negro named Shay Pel man had attempted to assault the eleven year old daughter of Mr Lee who resides near Hubble in Lincoln county on what Is known as the Swope farm It stems the negro had been in the employ of Mr Rankin for a number of years and enjoyed the confidence of the family and especiaily to the chi dred to whom he had always been very kind the child had accompanied niui to a spring some distance from the house where he had to go to at tend to some duty connected with the milk and butter upon reaching there he made his diabolical attempt and after accomplishing purpose he told the child that he would kill her if she ever told of it The little made her way back to the house and her mother seeing her in tears and with torn and blood bespattered cloth ing immediately knew that some thing was wrong she succeeded in eliciting an account of the affair from the child The father was in Somerset attend ing the fair and the mother realizing that any undue excitement would arouse the suspiciJn of the brute qui etly placed another one of the on a horse sending him to the home of her brotherinlaw Mr Tiles Rankin with the terrible news Mr Rankin came at once with another brother and such of the neighbors as could be gathered together armed with shotguns and such weapons as they could hurridly gather they ap proached the barn and found the black brute quietly attending his duties not dreaming that his terrible deed had been dhcovered Upon seeing them he immediately without being accused or questioned fell upon his knees and began declaring his lane cense and pleading for mercy Had it not been for the intervention of Mr Thomas Rankin the brute would have been summarily dealt with there and then but Mr Rankin deemed it best to allow the law to take its course and persuaded the an gry men to go with him and assist in taking the negro to the Stanford jail They were met on the way there by Sheriff McCarthy and debuties and to gether they landed the prisoner in the Stanford jail During the after noon the citizens of the county began coming into town and as they were in an ugly mood county Judge Bailey fearing mob violence ordered the prisoner taken to Lebanon for he was spirited out of town on the fast train without the knowl edge of but a few people which saved him from being strung up by a mob On Sunday Mr Thomas Rankin and other members of the Rankin family came to Lancaster accompanied by Mr Ben V Smith an attorney of Somer set an uncle of the little girl and held a conference with Circuit Judge Lewis L Walker in regard to a speedy trial of the brute Judge Walker them that he would grant them as speedy a trial as possible The law provides that a special term of circuit court cannot be called except upon ten days notice and that twist be presided over by the regular judge as a special judge cannot em panel a grand jury It further that a special term of court can not be held while a regular circuit court is in session in the district Judge Walker went to Stanford on Monday and was again in conference with the various members of the Ran kin family and Mr Smith and with Judge Bailey County Attorney Burch and other officers of Lincoln county and it was agreed that Judge Walker call a special term of the Lincoln Circuit Court to convene on Wednes day Sept 28tn to try the negro Court begins in Danville next Monday which precludes the possi bility of calling a special term In Lin coln immediately Walker will adjourn his Danville court to hold the special term in order to com ply with the law The negro has been ordered removed from the Lebanon jail to Louisville for The Lincoln county authorities will appoint counsel for him who will waiva an examining trial and he will not be returned to Stanfoad until he is brought there for trial on the 28th instMr Rankin the father of the child is a member of the well known Rankin family who moved here from Wayne county and is a brother of Messers Thomas and Robert Rankin of this county Mrs Rankin the mother of child is a sister of Hon Ben V Smith one of the leading attorneys of Som erset Pear AppiirtBfd Judge Lewis L Walker has announ ced that he will appoint Mr F G Hurt Jury Commissioner to succeed Mr F S Hughes M r Hurt is a very popular young republican and is capable to attend to the du ties of the office For Sale A good wagonwith and J P Saturday September Rankin hi one doubtless provides Circuit and Juege thoroughly house children safekeeping assured safekeeping tongue shaves Prattler Peoria Disc Shoe Drill The Disc Cuts The Way The pivoted shoe follows at the same depth as the forms a packed seed furrow disc ands Plants all Seed at Uniform Depth in a Packed Seed Furrow which Holds Moisture and Prevents Seed Blowing Out Also agents for the Superior Drill Mogul Wagons and Vulcan Plows HASELDEN BROS Now is your chance for HAP W f j eJ f BUGGIES IIj I am cutting prices on bug gies right and left 1 Don fail to get one while they are SO CHEAP IW Romans isx Gx x x si r r 1 ill New 0- I t Fall Goods ARRIVErnG DAILY I I R H BATSON I Lancaster Kentucky JI H H I 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 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 0 F G HURT Lancaster Ky H t7 V W V 1 Bargains letus J r Z e f s t r 1 1r CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A YEAR From TILe Land Of JW GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor in Lnnearter SccondClast Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky September 9 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS Harvev Helm of Lincoln County Ik Next Geieral AsieaHy Kentucky State Journal Many of the papers in the State have taken up the suggestion of the State Journal in warning the people to be careful in selecting their nomi nees for the next General Assembly Some of them realize that unless such care is exercised we may have another such aggregation here in 1912 as we have bad for the last two ses sions and that would be in the nature of a public calamity Early should be avoided and the peo pie in every county or district should have ample opportunity to look over the candiates and pick out the best Those intersts and combinations which seek to control legislation as done in the last two ses ions are actively at work picking out their canidates and favoring nominations long iu advance of the general election in the fall of 1911 They want pliable or corrupt men such as they can easily control and they want them nominated as early as possible so that the people will be bound in their support of them and have little or no chance to investi gate and inspect them They are not working in the open but recretly vigilantly and vigorous ly They are leaving no stones Patronage and money will be used wherever possible and if they succeed tbe next General will be servilely dominated by the lobby just as it was in 1908 and 1910 That lobby was so powerful in the last General Assembly that it well nigh succeeded in defeating the in come tax amendment favored by nine tenths of tbe people of Kentucky and did succeed in throwing a cloud upon the manner of its adoption It was powerful enough to influence all It was not a Democratic lobby nor a Republican lobby It was a bipartisan lobby in which the tal enti of both parties were combined It cared little or nothing for party lines for greed or graft are Indiffrent parties except to use them they can easily change their politics to suit tbe exigencies of the occasion The legislative specialist or agent rule is neither Democrat Socialist or of any otber party at heart He is out for himself and willing vto sacriface any wlitical prin ciple for his own gain Such is the claw of that seek to again coatrol the General of Kentucky dictate legislation and manage tbe political affairs of both parties in tbe state Unless the people Heed the warning given them about the selection of their nominees this element will succeed and again blight awl dishonor tbe proud and feaacteoae Capitol of tbe State This warning goes not to Democrats aJoM but to fefnbUcau at well for tie fee and nominations they have th e i r unturned Assembly t as- a Republican en 4 w Ratered at Psi 6p as i i 8 f r ti i r T u x p f E freely r 4 legislation n and- y t la- n Assembly J c we desire to see both parties put up their best men for office It has been shown ii recent disclosures throu ghout the country in municipal and legislative graft that neither party has a monopoly of virture or vice and that the grafter may call himself either a Democrat or a Republican Let therefore the best elements in both parties put forth their strongest efforts to see the next General Assembly shall be composed of men who will be guided alone by their sen se of the public welfare and who will not have to be told by the lobby or a legislative specialist how they should vote upon any question Let us have a Legislature once more like those of the good old days when the ablest and most honorable men In Kentucky esteemed it an honor to sit in the General Assembly when the lobby with all its banefu influences was unborn and when mere intimation of corrupt conduct would have produced a sensation shocking to the whole State Let the two parties at least get together up on this proposition and if we are to any kind of bipartisanship let it be the bipartisanship of generous rival ry for honesty in the public service and not the bipartisanship of tbe corrupt and corrupting lobby Te Parents Do you know that if you have a child between the age of seven and sixteen that you are obliged under tbe law to send it to school Section 2G7 a of the Kentucky Statutes provi des that parents or guardians who have children in their custody or con trol must send them to school all the time during the whole school year Children may be sent to a pub licprivateor parochial school for a full term equal in length to the full term of tbe public school in the dis trict in which the child resides Any parent guardian or any other person having the custody control or supervision of any child embraced within the provisions of this act who shall fail to comply with the provis ions of this act shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanoraud upon conviction thereof shall be lined in any sum not exceeding twentyfive dollars for the first offense and for any subsequent offense upon a conviction thereof shall be fined in a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars or by in the county jail for a period fined and imprisoned the discretion of the court The above is published for the benefit of the children who loaf a round tbe streets in Lancaster and their parents do not compell them to attend school In such cases tbe officers should compell attendance Fife Alcatel The dope whIch has been sold in Richmond as malt ana lized and found to contain five percent alcohol A chemist will tell you that alcohol is antiseptic It has the specimens It is a preserver of vices It preserves blasphemy it preserves brutality it preserves filthit preser ves malfeasance in office it preserves every vice known to tbe calendar Itpreserves unbelief Alcohol is a demon and pitiless He is fertile in arts and deceptions Witbslowand sometimes with quick adroitness be prepares tbe strands for tbe rope of the hang man Addson says Wine heightens indifference into love love into jeal ously and jealously into madness It often turns the goodnatured man into an idiot and the choleric into a demon assassin Why let this demon live and widen his empire We have beard quite a number of the young boys around town say Iwould not go inside that Hopjoint for a 10000 bill They have seen what an undesirable crowd hang around them in other towns The center point of this countrys population remains near Columbus Ind It is now thatthe cen regularly J not exceeding fifty days or both so meade was keepingThe evidently that tIn imprisonment Per birtzen faced believed i sus returns will show that there are about 95000000 people in the United States The law that makes attendance at school compulsory is a good one To our shame it is said that there are 245000 native born adults in this State who can neither read or write Whatever be our political principles and party this subject of temperance underlies all political policies and par tisanships The hop joint has been opened up Parents should keep their Boys at home atfer supper little Things That Count Little drops of water poured into the milk gives the milkmans daughter ovely gowns of silk Little grains of ugar mixed with the grocers sand make the grocers assets swell to beat the band Little bowls of custard humble though they enrich the fellow selling pure ice cream Little rocks and bowlders little chunks of slate make the coal mans fortune something fierce and great Little ads well written printed nice and neat give the joyful merchant homes ou Easy Mason in Farm and Ranch Review POSTMASTERS Will Meet IB Louisville SepteMber 13th 14ft as 15th It has been decided by the Post masters Association which includes Presidental offices and the State League of Postmasters of Third and Fourth class offices to hold a joint meeting this year in Louisville Sept 14th and 15 The League will meet at 2 oclock p m on the 13th for the purpose of transacting such business as pertains to League affairs only On the 14 and 15th the Association and League will hold a joint meeting for the purpose of discussing postal affairsThere will be several representa tives of the Postoffice Department present to give instructions The new Money Order and Registry System will be fully explained Every Pest master should attend as they will learn more than they would in years at home and many things they never would learn otherwise Keiticky State Fair Next week will be a big one in Louisville The fair will last all the week beginning Monday Wednesday September 14th of the banner days A reception in honor of Kentucky statesmen has been arranged for Wednesday evening and prominent men from every section of the Commonwealth have signified their intention of being present Al though Kentucky Day has been scheduled for the day following the inauguration of the day for Kentucky statesmen exclusively is expected to mean two full days dedicated to the citizens of Kentucky generally Invi tations have been sent out to mem bers of the Legislature tbe Kenaucky delegation in Congress State and county officials and others prominent in public life Entries in the horse show which is including the most prominent show animals in America Every class in the winter shows will be seen and the number of horses already entered indicates tbat tbe exhibition will prove a record breaker The night horse show was first introduced at the Kentucky State Fair last year and made an instantaneous bit The success of that occasion has caused the Fair management to devote extra energies to this feature of the big show this year and the attraction will be well worth an overnight stay in the State metropolis Excursion rates have been announced on all rail roads covering State Fair week which cents seemhelps streetWalt I 1 nightlyfeature exhibited will bone one September e School Notes A good number of patrons former pupils and friends of the school were at the opening Monday Rev Martin of Jellico made an interesting and inspiring talk Short speeches were made by Mr S D Cochran and Rev F M Tinder after Mr Bridges outlined the work for the coming year The tint day at tendance was the greatest for the past few years The chapel was crowded to many having to stand after having packed the seats full with three and four pupils on a seat Miss Brashears room has an enroll ment of sixty one Miss Andersons fifty eight Mrs Donalds fifty Miss Smiths thirtysix and the High School seventyWith those who say they will enroll within the next two weeks the en rollment will exceed three hundred The High School work has been ar ranged to begin with grade and each of the High School teachers takes one department Miss Robinson has all of the En glish classes Miss Mason takes the mathematics to Miss Fleetwood has been assigned the deparement of Mr Bridges teaches Latin and Science Extra efforts are being made to raise the standard of attendance this year Each grade in which no pupil is tardy during the month will be given a hall holiday Every pupil was present on time Tuesday and Wednesday mor mngs and they all say they have re solved to keep up this record The new music teacher Miss Minnie Welsh has a class of about fifteen Resides her regular music class she will teach sight singing in all the grades giving one or two periods a week to each grade Of last years graduating class Miss Annie Margaret Elkin will pursue college work at Glendale Ohio Miss Frances Tinder will enter the Normal college at Richmond Martha Kavanaugh will go to Centenary at Cleveland Tenn and Mr Gus Dunn will become a student at University of Kentucky Mr John Kinnaird who was a member of the same class the iiist half of the year will go to Miami University at Oxford Ohio The total number enrolled in tbe senior classes of tbe last three years has been thirty one twenty five of whom were graduated and seventeen of this enrollment have become or soon will become students in higher institutions of learning WHEN HER BACK ACHES A WHHI finds All Her Energy aid Am bitiea 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 tbe stealthy approach of diabetes dropsy and Brights disease Doans Kidney Pills permanently cure all these disorders Heres proof of it in a Lancaster womans words Mrs J W Pumphrey Danville St Lancaster Ky says My experience with DoansKiduey Pills leads me to say tbat they live up to the claims for them I suffered a great deal from backache and at night could not sleep well On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable to attend to my house work Being advised to give Doans Kidney Pills a trial I did so procur inga supply at Frisbies Drug Store 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 came Doans and take no other 922t LOST a black white and tan Set ter Bitch lathe with broken shoulder Answers to the name of Minnie Reward if returned to me It H B Northcott morning the eighth History I college Hill I I I II overflowing Miss t r r s2x w n t HOG FEEDERS Now Is the time to save your hugs Dont wait until they become sick Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy- is the only known for hog chr era A few doses along with the feed now will destroy all rtietse breed ing worms and parasites in your hogs and cause them to fatten very rapidly Costs only 5 cents per month for each hog SOLD BY J R Mount Son Co MoundCity Paints may cost a trifle C C J E Stormes CUI E germs I more RIGHT OVER WOOD SHINGLES Owing to the rain and muddy grounds at the Fair had to call our CHIXAMEL j demonstration and Craning Contest off But to give our Customers the benefit of it we jgx will hold it each Saturday for the next three weeks on g August 6th 13th and 20th at Our Store and to the lady making the best grain we will give as a prize i u entire teem outfit of W NAMEL Prizes to be given each Saturday night Contest free to all So come and 11 try for it FRISBIES DRUG STORE I rPJ rrfJm Frill ffi lID raJ t r alil1 ratliilg we I i h miiITr ffi ii1II Ij JtS 1S S1SJ S 1wiS Jt i1 r 1 1 t1 S i CHI- Li L 1azZ 7r sri t- t cN TWL Mt gC40 9oeM 0YtVNKLW CORTBIGHIScan be laid without or bothertight over the old wood shrnzles changing the top of yourbuilding instantly from a fire catcherto A FIREPROOF ROOF will last as Ion 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 fuss that w men college men wand a particular individuality dress will find exactly pleases Lest among superb noLoy fashions we are snowing from tLe Fall line or Ed KPrice Co TAILORS CHICAGO These wellknown tailors will male clotLes tLe way you want at from 30 to 50 per cent below smaller tailors narly cnarge and deliver unsur YOUNG imen who de I iof what e them the I n MERCHANT i them what ordi o wand Fashion No 679 passed quality style TtreeButtonNorcltySack Soft Roll Front Let us measure youtoday H T LOG A 1ST i and sat Dip ton ii I i i iI i i il IIri aaa1t 0 v al- i 1 VV 4 5er Ssle Paini Lowell Property At Paint Lick a neat 4 room cot tage with small lot and good Also a vacant ht of about 1 acre This is the nost derirai le buici t lot t Paint Lid and is large enough for tO dwellings At Lowell a good 4 room cott ue new barn and sheri hiMi house near Sulphur well with acre lot collate and nearly half acre 1 t This is nice property rvf jn t l newly pahtr and ii 50 yards of the fine Sulphur well Lot X 3 Contains acres of line liitlAtn Htin and stuck barn Tvow in Uinttlty nearly to lucco can l rovn ii this lot n one to pay the purchase price All the above property can be bought Cheat and on easy payments Dr John A Snuwilen at Lowell or int lAck fiI it x t Lickand outbuildings I bay A nice ron ref t I covcr met eninI It For furtmr 11u I iClllar we or phone Jt j i 1if 1 l I 1 k 6 tz r 4 year j Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Ehonc 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY The undersigned Hereby give to all persons not to trespass upor our lands for any purpose whatever we will pnwcute all offenders t fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jim M Farra Squire K Parsons S Fergusmi Kri t 7 H Price E F herring W A Price W S S L Rich IV Ximiairfl T A ElUin Dive Thompson J W Sweeney Rica JasSuUon Mrs Rehrccn West E E Daniels II C Arnold YT G Anderson II Hnmilton L IT Brmn G Y Cone T W Cone 1 G Conn AND RETURN J TIt FVJYJ UL lh W Em try loT I P Z T Mrs n it rtIfion r 1 r CIrk I Tuhacn f1 t4 1 I rAo e dfh ii fi i b g t t II- a 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1p z- p President Tafts Address Before Congress at St Paul DANGER IN CONTINUED WASTE Chief Executive Outlines Plans Which He Believes Should Be Adopted Statistics Make Speech Com prehensive to Hearers SL Paul Mien Sept Taft delivered his longexpected speech before the National Con servation congress here today it was as follows Gentlemen of the National Conservation Oonsfers Conservation as an economic and term has come to mean the of our natural resources for economical use so its to secure the great est Rood to the greatest number The danger to the state and to the at large from the waste and dissipa tion of our national wealth is not one which quickly impresses itself on the pee ple of the older communities because its roost obvious instances do not occur Jn their neighborhood while in the newer part of the country the sympathy with expansion and development is so strong that the danger is scoffed at or ignored Among scientilic men and thoughtful ob servers however the danger has always been present but it needed some one to bring home the crying need for a remedy of this evil so as to impress itself on the public mind and lead to the formation of public opinion and action by the repre sentatives of the people Theodore Roose velt took up this task in the last two years of his second administration and well did he perform it As president of the United States I have as it were inherited this policy and I rejoice in my heritage I prize my high opportunity to do all that an ex ecutive can do to help a great people realize a great national ambition For conservation is national It affects of us every woman every child What I can do in the cause 1 shall do not as president of a party but as presi dent of the whole people Conservation Is not a question of politics or of fac tions or of persons It is a question that effects the vita1 welfare of all of our chihiren and our childrens children I urge that no good can come from meet Ings of this sort unless we ascribe to those who take part in them and who are apparently striving worthily in the cause all proper motives and unless we judicially consider every measure or method proposed with a view to its effec tiveness in achieving our common pur pose and wholly without regard to who proposes it or who will claim the credit fur its adoption The problems are of very great difficulty antI call for the calmest consideration and clearest Many of the questions presented have phases that are new in this it is possible that in their solu tion we may have to attempt first one and then another What I wish to is that a conclusion can only IKS reached promptly if we avoid acrimony imputa tions of bad faith and political contro versy The public domain of the government of the United States including all the cessions from those of the thirteen states that male cessions to the United States and including Alaska amounted In all to about lSWOOOCOO acres Of this there is left as purely government property of Alaska something like TOO000000 of acres Of this the national forest re serves in the United States proper em brace H4000000 acres The rest is largely mountain or arid country offering some opportunity for agriculture by dry farm ing and by reclamation and containing metals as well as coal phosphates oils and natural gas Then the government ov ns many tracts of land lying along the margins of streams that have water pmvtr the use of which is necessary in the conversion of the power Into tricity and its transmission I shall divide my discussion under the heads of 1 agricultural lands 2 min eral is lands containing metalliferous minerals 3 forest lands J coal lands 5 oil and gas lands and 6 phosphate lands Agricultural Lands Our land laws for the entry of agricul tural lands are now as follows The original homestead law with the requirements of residence and cultivation for five years much more strictly en ford than ever before Tlc enlarged homestead act applying to nonirrigabJe lands only requiring live residence and continuous cultiva of onefourth of the area The desertland act which requires on the part of the purchaser the ownership of a water right and thorough reclamar tloji of the land by irrigation and the payment of 5125 per acre The donation or Carey act under which the state selects the land and provides for its reclamation and the title vests in the settler who resides upon the land and cultivates It and pays the cost of the reclamationThe reclamation homestead law requiring five years residence and cultivation by the settler on the land by the government and payment by him to the government of the cost of the reclamation The present congress passed a bill of great importance severing the ownership of coal by the government in the ground from the surface and permitting home tcad entries upon the surface of the which when perfected gie the settler the right to farm the surface while the coal beneath the surface is in ownership by the government and may be disposed of by it under other lawsThere is no crying need for radical in the methods of disposing of what are really agricultural lands The laws have worked well The homestead law has encouraged the successful farming of lands in the semi arid regions Of course the teachings of the agricultural department as to how tlirse subarid lands tony be treated and the soil preserved for useful culture are the very essence of conservation Then conservation of agricultural lands is shown in the reclamation of arid lands t y irrigation and I should devote a few words to what the government has done find is doing in this regard Reclamation By the reclamation act a fund has been created of the proceeds of the public lands of the United States with which to construct works for storing great bodies of water at proper altitudes from which by a suitable system of canals and ditch ss the water is to be distributed over the arid and subarid lands of the government to be sold to settlers at a price sufficient pay for the improvements Primarily the projects are and must be for the Im provement of public lands Incidentally where private land is also within reach the water supply the furnishing at c LYJFOR CONSERVATION I 5President political Ipeo- ple I I I I I I i usof wa emphasize how cr landsthat ton retained reform present enlarged of to of I rjy VVV Substantially preservation everyman foresight country and satisfactory outside dee Irrigated band cost or profit bf this waterto privata owners by the government Is held by the federal court of appeals not to be a usurpation of power But certainly this ought not to be done except from water not needed for government land The total sum already accumula ted in the reclamation fund is 60273 25822 and of that all but 049123534 has been expended It became very clear to congress at its last session from the statements made by experts that these 30 projects could not be promptly com pleted with the balance remaining on hand or with the funds likely to accrue in the near future It was found more over that there are many settlers who have been led into taking up lands with the hope and understanding of having water furnished in a short time who are left in a most distressing situation I recommended to congress that authority be given to the secretary of the interior to issue bonds in anticipation of the earnings by the projects so that the projects worthy and feasible might be promptly completed and the settlers might be relieved from their present In convenience and hardship In authorizing the Issue of these projects congress the application of their proceeds to those projects which a board of army to be appointed by the president should examine and determine to be feasible and worthy of completion The board has been appointed and soon will make its report Suggestions have been made that the United States ought to aid in the drain age of swamp lands belonging to the states or private owners because It drained they would be exceedingly for agriculture and contribute to the general welfare by extending the area of cultivation I deprecate the In favor of such legislation It Is inviting the general government Into contribution from its treasury toward that should be conducted either by private capital or at the Instance of the state In these days there Is a to look too much to the federal government for everything I am liberal in the construction of the Constitution with reference to federal power but I am firmly convinced that the only safe course for us to pursue Is to hold fast to the limitations of the Constitution and to regard as sacred the powers of the states We have made wonderful prog ress and at the same time have pre served with judicial exactness the of the Constitution There Is an easy way in which the Constitution can be violated by congress without judicial Inhibition towit by appropria tions from the national treasury for un constitutional purposes It will be a sorry day for this country if the time ever comes when our fundamental compact shall be habitually disregarded in this manner Mineral Lands By mineral lands I mean those lands bearing metals or what are called metal liferous minerals The rules of and disposition of these lands were first fixed by custom In the west and then were embodied in the law and they have worked on the whole so fairly and well that I do not think it is wise to attempt to change or better them Forest Lands Nothing can he more important in the matter of conservation than the treatment of our forest lands It was probably the ruthless destruction of forests in the older states that first called attention to a halt In the waste of our resources This was recognized by congress by an act authorizing the executive to reserve from entry and set aside public timber lands as national forests Speaking generally there has been reserved of the existing forests about seventy per cent of all the timber lands of the government Within these forests Including 25000000 in two forests In Alaska are 000000 of acres of which 166000000 of acres are in the United States proper and Include within their boundaries like 22000000 of acres that belong to the state or to private Individuals We have then excluding Alaska forests a total of about 144000000 acres of forests belonging to the government which Is being treated In accord with the of scientific forestry Time government timber in this amounts to only onefourth of all the tinder the rest being in private Only three per cent of that which is in private ownership is looked after properly and treated according to rules of forestry The usual de structive waste and neglect continues In the remainder of the forests owned by private persons and corporations It i estimated that fire alone destroys TX000 OisO worth of timber a year The management of forests not on public land is beyond the Jurisdiction of the fed oral government If anything can be done by law it must be done by the state leg islatures I believe that it is within their constitutional power to require the en forcement of regulations in the general public interest as to fire and other causes of waste in the management of forests owned by private individuals and corporationsI sufficiently the conditions as to federal forestry to indicate that no further legislation is needed at the except an increase In the fire pro tection to national forests and an act vesting time executive with full power to make forest reservations in every state where government land is timbercovered or where the land is needed for forestry purposes Coal Lands The next subject and one most Impor tant for our consideration Is the disposi tion of the coal lands in the United States and in Alaska First as to those in the United States At the beginning of this administration they were coal lands amounting to 5476000 acres and there were withdrawn from entry for purposes of classification 17 SC7000 acres Since that time there have been withdrawn by my order from entry for classification 77648000 acres making a total withdrawal of 95515000 acres Meantime of the acres thus withdrawn 11371000 have been classified and found not to contain coal and have been re stored to agricultural entry and 4356000 acres have been classified as coal lands while 797SSOOO acres remain withdrawn from entry and await classification In addition 33CCOO acres have been as coal lands without withdraw al thus increasing the classified coal lands to 101CS000 acres Under the laws providing for the dispo sition of coal lands the minimum price at which lands are permitted to be sold Is 10 an acre but the secretary of the interior has the pOwer to fix a maximum price and sell at that price By the first regulations governing appraisal ap proved April S 1907 the minimum was 10 as provided by law and the maximum was 100 and the highest price actually placed upon any land sold was 75 time new regulations adopted April 10 1909 the maximum price was increased tq fCOO except in regions where there are large mines where no maximum limit is fixed and the price is determined by the estimated tons of coal to the acre The iiighest price fixed for any land under this regulation has been 603 The value of the lands classified as lands and valued under the new and old regulations Is shown to as follows 1303921 acres valued under the old regu lations at 77644329 an average of 18 an acre and 5864702 acress classified and under the new regulation at 391r i03242 or a total of IO1CS623 acres at 471847571 For the year ending March 31 1900 227 entries were made embracing an area of 35331 acres which sold for 663 12040 For the year ending March 31 there were 176 entries embracing an L o surplus assured limited valuable agitation restrictions 19 principles owner hll modern moment classified classified appraisal coal be valued coal 1910 engineers enterprises disposition ownership sOres something country Under valued area of 23413 acfeS which sold tel 603 813 and down to August 1310 there Were but 17 entries Vith an area of 1720 acres which sold for 3391060 making a of the coal lands in the last two years of about 60000 acres for 1305000 The present congress as already said has separated the surface of coal lands either classified or withdrawn for classi fication from the coal beneath so as to permit at all times homestead entries upon the surface of lands useful for ag riculture and to reserve the ownership In the coal to the government The ques tion which remains to be I whether the existing raw for the sale of the coal in the ground should continue in force or be repealed and a new method of disposition adopted Under the present law the absolute title in the coal be neath the surface passes to the grantee of the government The price fixed is upon an estimated amount of the tons of coal per acre beneath the surface and the prices are fixed so that the earnings will only be a reasonable profit upon the amount paid and the investment But of course this is more or less guesswork and the government parts with the ownership of the coal in the ground absolutely Authorities of the survey estimate that in the United States today there Is a supply of about three thousand billions of tons of coal and that of this one thousand billions are domain Of course the oth er two thousand billions are within private ownership and under no more control as to the use or the prices at which the coal may be sold than any other private property If the government leases the coal lands and acts as any landlord would and imposes conditions in its leases like those which are now imposed by the owners in fee of coal mines In the various coal regions of the east then It would retain over the disposition of the coal deposits a choice as to the assignee of the lease or of resuming possession at the end of tho term of the lease which might easily bo framed to enable it to exercise a limited but effective control in the disposition and sate of the coal to the public It has been urged that the leasing system has never been adopted this country and that its adoption would largely Interfere with tho Investment capital and the proper development and opening up of the coal resources I to differ entirely from this view The question as to how great an area ought to be Included in a lease to one individual or corporation is not free from difficulty but in view of the fact that the government retains control as owner I think there might bo some liberality in the amount leased and that 2500 acre would not be too great a maximum By the opportunity to readjust the terms upon which the coal shall be heW by the tenant either at the nd of each lease or at periods during the term the government may secure the benefit sharing In the Increased price of coal and the additional profit made by the tenant By imposing conditions in respect to the character of work to be done in time mines the government may control thf character of the development of the mines and the treatment of employes with reference to safety By denying time right to transfer tho lease except by the written permission of the governmental authorities It may withhold the needed consent when it is proposed to transfer the leasehold to persons interested in es tablishing a monopoly of coal production in any state or neighborhood The change from the absolute grant to the leasing system will involve a good deal of trouble in the outset and the training of experts in the matter of making proper leases but the change will be a good one and can be made The change is In the interest of conservation and I am glad to approve it Alaska Coal Lands The investigation of the geological sur roy show that the coal properties in Alaska cover about 1200 miles and that there are known to be available about 15000000000 tons This is however an underestimate pf the coal Jp Alaska because further developments wilt increase this amount many times but we can say with considerable cer tainty that there are two fields on the Pacific slope whleh can be reached by railways at a reasonable cost from deep one case about fifty miles and In tIle other of about 150 miles which will afford certainly 6000000000 tons of coal more than half of which is of a very high grade of bituminous and of anthracite It Is estimated to be worth in the ground onehalf a cent a ton which makes Its value per acre from 50 to 500 The cokingcoal lands of Penn sylvania are worth from SOO to 2000 acre while other Appalachian fields are worth from 10 to 3S6 an acre and the fields in the central states from 10 to 2000 an acre and in the Rocky 10 to 500 an acre The demand for coal on the Pacific coast Is for about 4500000 tons a year It would encounter the competition of cheap fuel oil of which the equivalent of 12000COO tons of coal a year Is used there It is estimated that the coal could be laid down at or San Francisco a highgrade at 4 a ton and anthracite at 5 or 6 a ton The price of coal on the Pacific slope varies greatly from time to time in the year and from year to year from 4 to 12 a ton With a regular coal supply established the expert of the geological survey Mr Brooks who has made a report on the subject does not think there would be an excessive profit in the Alaska coal mining because the price at which time coal could be sold would be considerably lowered by from these fields and by the pres ence of crude fuel oil The history of the laws affecting the disposition of Alaska coal lands shows them to need aniend ment badly On November 12 1906 President Roose velt issued an executive order with drawing all coal lands from location and entry In Alaska On May 16 1907 he modified the order so as to permit locations made prior to the on November 12 1906 to proceed to entry and patent Prior to that date some 900 claims had been filed most of them said to be illegal because either made by dummy entrymen in the intgr est of one individual or corporation or because of agreements made prior to between the applicants to cooperate in developing the lands There are 33 claims for 160 acres each known as the Cunningham claims which are claimed to be valid on the ground that they were made by an attorney for 33 different and bona fide claimants who as alleged paid their money and took the proper steps to locate their entries and protect them The representatives of the government in the hearings before the land office have attacked the validity of these Cunningham claims on the ground that prior to their location there was an understanding between the claimants to pool their claims after they had been perfected anti unite them III one com The trend of decision seems to show that such an agreement would the claims although under the subsequent law of May 28 1908 the solidation qf such claims was permitted after locatiqn and entry tracts Qf 2560 acres It would be of course IIQ proper for me tp intimate suit of the issue as to the Cunningham and other Alaska claims is likely to be but it ought to be distinctly understood that no private claims for Alaska coal lands have as yet been allowed or per fected and alsq that whatever the result as to pending claims the existing land laws of Alaska are irost unsatisfac tory and should radically amended To begin with the qf the land is a that rate qC 10 per acre as we have seen the estimate of the agent qf the geological survey woulg I I in the public In of venture of waterin ease ail mountains Seattle bituminous competition d withdrawal fraudulently location 11 pant con In r coal e disposition necessary geological square probably 5 invalidate although the maximum to JiiQ flrt In my judgment It is essential in the proper development Of Alaska that these coal lands should be opened and that the Pacific slope should be given the benefit of the comparatively cheap coal of fine quality which can be furnished at a reasonable price from these fields but the public through the government ought certainly to retain a wise control and interest in these coal deposits and I think it may do so safely if congress will authorize the granting of leases as al ready suggested for government coal lands In the United States with provi sions forbidding the transfer of the leases except with the consent of the government thus preventing their by a combination or monopoly and upon limitations as to the area to be in any one lease to one individual and at a certain moderate rental with royalties upon the coal mined to the market value of the coal either at Seattle or at San Francisco Of course such leases should contain condi tions requiring the erection of proper plants the proper development by mining methods of the properties leased and the use of every known and practical means anti device for saving the life of the miners Oil and Gas Lands In the last administration there were withdrawn from agricultural entry 2820 QCO acres of supposed oil land In Califor nia about a million and a half acres in Louisiana of which only C500 acres were known to be vacant unappropria ted land 75COO acres in Oregon and 174 COO acres In Wyoming making a total of nearly 4COOOCO acres In September 1909 I directed that all public oil lands whether then withdrawn or not should be withheld from disposition pending action for the reason that the existing placer mining law although made applicable to deposits of this char acter Is not suitable to such lands and for the further reason that it seemed to reserve certain fueloil deposits for the use of the American navy Ac cordingly the form of all existing with drawals was changed and new with drawals aggregating 2750000 acres were made In Arizona California Colorado New Mexico Utah and Wyoming Field examinations luring the year showed that of the original withdrawals 2170 000 acres were not valuable for oil and they were restored for agricultural entry Meantime other withdrawals of public oil lands in these states were made so that July 1 1910 the outstanding then amounted to 45500CO acres The needed oil and gas law Is essential ly a leasing law In their natural occur rence oil and gas cannot be measured In terms of acres like coal and it follows that exclusive title to these products can normally be secured only after they reach the surface Oil should be disposed of commodity in terms of barrels of transportable product rather than In acres of real estate This Is of course the reason for the practically universal adoption of the leasing system wherever oil land is in private ownership Time government thus would not bo entering on an experiment but simply putting Into effect a plan successfully operated In private contracts Wily should not the government as a landowner deal directly with the oil producer rather than through the Intervention of a middleman to whom the government gives title to the land The principal underlying feature of such legislation should be the exerciso of beneficial control rather than the of revenue As not qnly the largest owner of oil lands but na a prospective i large consumer of oil by reason of the Increasing uso of fuel oil by the navy the federal government Is directly con cerned both in encouraging rational de velopment and at the same time insuring the longest possible life to the oil sup PlyOne of the difficulties presented espe I the California fields is that the Pacific railroad owns every other section of land in the oil field and in those Ileitis the oil seems to be in a common reservoir or series of reser voirs communicating through the oil sands so that the excessive draining of oil at one well or on the railroad terri tory generally would exhaust the oil in the government land Hence is that if the government is to have its share of the oil it should begin time opening of wells on its own property It has been suggested and 1 believe the j suggestion to be a sound one that be issued to a prospector for oil j giving him the right to prospect for two years over a certain tract of government land for the discovery of oil the right to be evidenced by a license for which pays a small sum When the oil Is i covered then he acquires title to a cer tain tract much In the same way as ho would acquire title under a mining law j Of course If the system of leasing Is adopted then ho would be given benefit of a lease upon terms like that above suggested What has been said in respect to oil applies also to government gas lands Phosphate Lands Phosphorus Is one of the three essen tials to plant growth the other elements being nitrogen and potash Of these three phosphorus Is by all odds the scarcest element in nature It is easily extracted In useful form from the phos phate rock and the United States con tains the greatest known deposits of this rock in the world They are found in Wyoming Utah and Florida as well as in South Carolina Georgia and Tennes see The government phosphate lands are confined to Wyoming Utah and Florida Prior to March 4 1909 there were 4000000 acres withdrawn from agricultural entry in the ground that the land covered phos j phate rock Since that time 2322000 acres of the land thus withdrawn was found j not to contain phosphate in profitable quantities while 1678000 acres was class j fled properly as phosphate lands During this administration there has been and classified 437000 acres so that today there is classified as phosphate rock land 2115000 acres This rock is most important the composition of fertilizers to improve the soil and as the future is certain to create n enormous demand throughout this country for fertilization the value to the public of BUch deposits as these can hardly be exaggerated j with respect to these deposits a careful policy of conservation should bo followed A law that would provide a leasing system for the phosphate depos its together with a provision for the of the surface and mineral rights as is already provided for in the case of coal would seem to meet the need of j promoting the development of these de iNjeits and their utilization in the agri Si tbral lands of the west If it ra KoughJ desirable to discourage the expor aiJon phosphate rock and time saving jflt for our qwn lands this purpose be accomplished by conditions in lease granted by the government tq lessees Of course under the the government could not tax and could not prohibit the exportation of ihcsphate but as proprietor and owner the lands in which the phosphate is deposited it could impose conditions upon kind of sales whether foreign OF which the lessees might make of phosphate mined WaterPower Sites Prior to March 4 1909 there had been the recommendation of the reclama service withdrawn from agricultural entry because they were regarded asj useful for waterpower sites which ought to be disposed of as agricultral lands tracts amounting to about four million The withdrawals were hastily and included a great deal of land was not useful for power sites were intended to include the power on 29 rivers In nine states Since i I I r Val acre acquisition Included r proportioned modern desirable I withdrawals I I I I I icollec- tion Southern I I it I Important I hoI i theI I in I I f I could time Its I of the domestic the on tion not acres made that sites I I t I congressional as- a permits withdrawn Certainly separation constitution They liiat time 473441 a reiS have Wen stored for settlement of the original four million because they do not contain sites and meantme there have been newly withdrawn 1245892 acres on vacantpublic land and 2110 V7 acres on enteredpublic land or a total of acres Thtse withdrawals made front time to on 133 rivers and in 11 states The dispo sition of these power sUps Involves one of the most difficult questions presented in carrying out practical conservation Time statute of 181 with its amendments permits time stervtary of the interior togrant perpetual easements or rights ofway from water sources over public be Incidentally J velipfd hut no grant can be made under this statute to con eras wiiose primary purpose is anti handling electricity The stat ute of 1901 authorize ne secretary of the interior to issue vi ahle permits over tIme public lands ta electrical power companies but this statute is woefully In adotjuate it doe not authorize the collection of a chs e or fix a term of years Capital is sloij t invest in an enterprise rounded on a permit revocable at will It is the plain duty of the government to see to it that in the utilization and of all this immense of water power conditions shall be im posed that will prevent monopoly an will prevent extortionate charges which art time accompanivent of monopoly The difficulty of adjusting the matter is ao centuated by the relation of the power sites to the water the fall and flow of which create time power In the states where these sites are time riparian tines not control or own the power ir the water which theirs past his land That power is under time control and the grant of the state antI generally the rule Is that time first water user Is to the enjoyment Now time pos session of time bank or waterpower site over which the wIlier is to be conveyed in order to make time power useful giver to its owner an advantage anti a certain kind of control over the use of time water power anti it is proposed that the govern meat in dealing with Its own lands shoukuse this advantage anti lease lands power sites to those who would develor tht power anti impose conditions on tt leasehold with reference to time reason ableness of the rates at which the power when transmuted Is to be furnished t the public and forbidding the union tIme particular power with a combinatior of others made for the purpose of monop o5y by forbidding assignment of th lease save by consent of the government Serious difficulties are anticipated b some In such an attempt on the part o the general government because i f th sovereign control of the st te over th water i ower in its natural condition an the mere proprietorship of the govern mtrt Jn tilt rtparan lands It is con tended that through its mere propriiitarj risjiit in time site cho central govermreu has no power to utompt to exercise po lice jurisdiction with reference to lieu the water power in a river owned and controlled by the state shall he used an that it Is a xIolation of time states rights I question the validity of this objection The government may impose any condi tions that It chooses In its ls of Its own property even though it may havr the same purpose and in effect accom pUsh just what the state would accom pUsh by the exercise of its sovereignty There are those timid the director of the geological survey Sir Smith who given a great deal of altett m to this matter is one of them vho insist that this mathr of transmuting water into electricity which cnn he convey nil over the country antI across state lines la a matter that ought to tio re tained by tIme general government that It should avail itself or the owner ship of these power sites for the very purpose of coordnating in ono plan the power generated from these government owned sites Arguments Against Idea On the other hand it Is contended that it would relieve a complicated situation If the control of the waterpower site and the control of the water were in the same sovereignty anti ownership Xiz time states an l then wore disposed of for development to private lessees un tier the restrictions needed to preserve the interests of the public from the and abuses of monopoly Therefore bills have been Introduced in congress that whenever the state au thorities deem a water power useful they may apply to the government of the United State for a grout to the state of the adjacent land for a waterpower site mind that this grant from the fed eral goxernment to the state shall a condition that the state shall never part with the title to the water power site or the water power but shall lease it only for a term of years not ffty with provisions in the lease by which the rental and the rates for which the power is furnished to the public shall be readjusted at periods less than the term of the lease say every ten years The argument ia urged against this disposition of power sites that legis lators and state authorities aro more to corporate influence ant control than would be the central government in reply it Is claimed that a readjustment of the terms of leasehold every ten years would secure to the public and the state just and equitable terms 1 do not express an opinion upon the controversy thus made or a as to the two methods of treating water power sites I shall submit the matter to congress and urge that one or the other of the two plans bo adopted I have referred to the course of the last administration and of the present one In making withdrawals of government lands from entry under homestead and other laws and of congress in remoxing all doubt as to the validity of these with drawals as a great step In the practical conservation But it Is only one of two necessary steps to effect what should be our purpose It has produced a status QUO and prevented waste and disposition of the lands until the method for their proper disposition can be formulated But it is of the importance that such withdrawals should not be regarded as the final step in the course of conservation and that the idea should not be allowed to spread that conservation is the tying up of natural resources of the government for indefinite withholding from use and the remission to remote generations to decide what ought to be done with these means of promoting present general human com fort progress For if so it is certain to arouse the greatest opposition to con servation as a cause and if it were a correct expression of the purpose of con servationists it ought to arouse this As I have said elsewhere the problem is how to save and how to how to conserve anti still develop for no sane person can contend that it Is for the common good that natures bless ings should be stored only for unborn erations and in your informal discussions when men come forward to suggest evils that the promotion of conservation ia to remedy that you invite them to point out the specific evils anti the specific remedies that you Invite them to come down to details in order that their discus ions may flOw into chanels that shall be useful rather thou into periods that shall Se eloquent and entertaining without shedding real light on the subject Time people should be shown exactly what Is needed In order that they make their representatives in congress and the state legislature do their intelligent bidding I ez e t pow- Er 1I sro Includedin because amount owner rOt o antI general vested proh nit contain exceeding subject direction- of irrevocable utmost the opposition util- Ize II irrigationgener- ating development within entitled has lower extor- tions preference e CENTRAL RECORD is prepared to furnish you all kinds of WaterProof Fence Signs 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Kinnaird Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 J E Robinson LAWYER ml COUNTY ATTMNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 19f Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies anti Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed b W Faulkner JIgr LOOK AND LISTEN For UpTcDate Hair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS GO TO HENRY DUNCANS BARBEU SHOP ox RICHMOND STUEET Office flours StormesDruff Store DENTIST hone 65 Lancaster Ky have just opened up a new clean Barber Shop TO Lexington street next to thepost flBce and will be glad to have my riends to call and see me Clean ools Sharp Razors Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN M CURE THE LUNGS R E McRobertsDragStttc S P o rI rssIIisQ s I Office over mtmtcsl2 lpmntol B F VAILEEIR KILLm COUCH N1THDrkigNUS57 S MLNMITLIUN1UUI- V xommUaD h H Sept 21 THE MASTER MAGIC TRAVELING CITY OF GLORIOUS NEW SPLENDORS PRIDE OF THE SOUTH Popularily known as that Georgia Institution sf SUN BROIlERS SHOWS k t ii iicasterWeAnesd ay THE Eatertainmen- tj R SUN BROTHERS name is a uuirantee of Its past record is an assurance of greater achievments in the future With each succeeding year their aggregation has been augmented and enlarged Novelty Excellence Originality and are this season the striking characteristics of these great novel shows 200 Illustrious Performers both human and Animal The recognized champions of their class 200Most Beautiful Ponies ever exhibited Goliathic display of Wild Beasts Mighty Athletic and Aerial Tournament Conclave of Marvelous Trained Elephants Huge Freak and Novety Bazaar International of All Star Clowns A New Shew Thra Out New Exploits New Sights New Novelties New Animals All Presented Underneath The Finest Canvas Enclosure Ever Manufactured Seats Provided for Everybody and so arranged that each and every auditor will have an unobstructed view of the entire performance TS I donated to the charitable institutions of P J U U U U your town and county if any ticket scalpers gam biers short changers or immoral adjuncts are tolerated about BHOTII Kits Snows CAX OTHEU Snows SAY As MUCH TTvr7 At 1230 oclock on the show grounds will be ofT JF JR J i 4 ered free to the public the greatest free outdoor shows Iud fetes ever projected Will be given Rain or Shine Cram aid Coapkle Performances Each Day at 2 and 8 oclock P M 2 Doors Open for the reception of the public at 1 and T r n NOTE The night show is given in all its entiretyand is presented amidst a magnificent glare of ElectroCalcium Generators 6 eXCt Hence Progressiveness Congress be the Stx 2 x stillF uptom late ent rely N w X fJ s CDg CDs 0 JCD t1jU f 0N Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DEXXY President J E STORIES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIUECTOUS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennv J L Gill Williams I THEN fion l B nk Sam I W I JWIJ YOU CANNOT STOP I the cook from tasting the cake baked with White Swan FLOUR It is so much better than ordinary cake that I fJ- Jto 0- tN Jj r 0 C S I CD C 3N Us R 1 Ifyou dont watch her shell eat the whole cake If you havent tried WHITE SWAN FLOUR yet you dont know what perfect bread biscuit cake and pastry are The best home and professional bakers in town use it WHY DONT YOU Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RieNcr Asst Cashr C D WALKBB Bookkeeper- J J WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold I 1rRAA J J WALKER I B J J Walker M F Hudson t r t STONE C S Sanders is improving some Mrs Mary Sanders and daughter visited at Mrs John Sanders Mrs Mable Crutchfield has gone back to the exchange on duty O M Moblev bought of A H Bat tin a Jersey cow for lifty dollars Mr Robert Gains is at his fathers bedside in Madison who is very ill Mr Dave Montgomery had a fine horse to go in a wire fence and brak legMr John Vain wife and baby of Lexington are on a two weeks stay at his mothers UUENA VISTA Mr John Lane is a very sick man Mis Frank Bogie was a recent vis itor in this vicinity Quarterly meeting was held Satur day and Sunday at Mt O ivet A number of relatives at tended the funeral of Mr Zack Ison of Burgin Mr Virgil Wills of Mercer spent Saturday and Sunday ih relatives Mr William Christopher has gone to Tatham Springs for a two weeks stay Mrs Lula Lane and children were guests of relatives in Lexington last week Miss Ora Poor and Mrs Ed Ballard of Stanford were weekend guests at J J Poores Mr and Mrs IIugh Christopher have returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Mis A T Christopher of Somerset has returned home a pleasant visit to relatives Miss Flossie Sheriff of Lexington is the attractive guest of Mr and Mis II S Christopher Misses Hawkins of Danvi le Mist King and Mr Beasley of Lowell were Mrs A D Scolt We have local and northern seed wheat and timothy for sale Hudson Hughes It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg J A Swensen of Watertovvn Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at laid me up Then Btickl tis Arnica Salve cured it sound and well In illible Eruptions Eczema tIt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Cuts and Piles 25c at II E McRoberts Son 1m PllKAUUBKSYlLLB Mr Henry Bl inkenship is very ill J IT Kiroyscld sonic corn to J M Cress 325 Born to the wife of Jesse Brown a 10 pound girl Rodney Naylor sold a horse to Julia Rigsby for 125 Mrs T W Jones of Stanford was visiting Mrs J M Cress M F Lawrence sold 22 150 ib hogs to B D Cress Jones bought a car of hogs for which they paid S to Mrs Henry Kidd is dangerously ill from an overdose of morphine Logan Thompson bought a sow and pigs from J P Ballard for 45 Mrs Millie Kirby of Paint Lick came down t see her sick father August sold 400 bushels of wheat to J II Baughman at OOc Born to the wife of Mr Arch D Stephen of Stingy Creek a line girl Mrs David Adams has returned from a visit to her father at Bee Lick Mister Walter Cox of Lancaster is visiting his aunt Mrs Sallie Williams Mr and W T Richardson wen visiting JIS Miller and family Sunday Mr M ses and daughter Miss Frances were attending the London fair Mrs Silas Anderson of Stanford is visiting her daughter M F Law LawrenceMisses and Ella Blankenship were visiting Miss Kali Payne at Tjpphanna Sunday Misses McAlister and Ruth Durham went to Richmond M uiday to enter K N school J H and Logan Thompson attended the Somerset fair and bought four work mules for 81330 Mr John Ledford ofOwslev county is at the home of her sister Mrs Col ins very of consumption- J M Cress sold a pair of yearling mules to Pence Bros of Garrard for 3371 also three suckling mule at 110 each School could not begin begin here Mouday on account of Emma Holtz law the teacher being water bound at her home on Gilberts Creek Itev A C Baird assisted by Rev Stamper has just closed a meeting at Good Hope church which resulted fn eight additions to the church Tba badtizing occurred last Sunday at Whites Mill The Lash of a Fiend would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of CXswego H Y as a lungracking cough that all remedies years It was most troublesome at night be writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never cough at night MHions know its match less merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough orhavfever It relieves quickly and never fails to satisfy A trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by B E Son lm T I aft r guests of s ed D writ s last fur alds t lloltzelaw at Sic Sic Bartles Mrs James the E M ssrs ill Miss 1 merciless lagl ippe 8 I Ob Sitiii C Mrs defied for now Roberts s BUCKEYE Miss Helen Ripy a recent guest of Miss Agues Miles Miss Zula Calico left Monday for the Richmond Nosmal school Mr Cecil Broaddus made a business trip to Lexington quite recently Mr and Mrs Web Raney spent last Thursday with Mr and Mrs J 0 Bogie Miss Fannie Mae Miles of Louis ville was at home a few last weekMr and Mrs Mal Carer visited rel atives at Nicholasville and Wilmore last week Mrs Nancy Jane Ray visited Mrs Porter part of last week Mr and Mrs Prenti Walker are r joicirm over the arrival of a little girl on the 2nd inst Messrs Dan Woaren and Sam Logan of Danville were guests of Mrs Anderson last week Miss Marion Boswell has returned to her home in Louisville after a pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Miles Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on machinery cause bleak You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowls or nerves with out serious larger to yourself If y u are weak or rundown r under strain of any kind take Electric Bit ters matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van de Sande of Kirkland ill writes That I did net brtak clown while enduring a severe strain for three months is due wlnllj to Electric Bitters Use them and enjoy health and strength I tion positively guaranteed 50c at R E McRoberts 1m j GILES Humphrey recently sold SaUl a colt for 15 Charlie Murphy sold Richard a nice milk cow for 832 William II Tom Brunei of Jessamine a rice calf for 813 Mrs George Fain of Jessamine vis ited Mrs Burton last Sunday William Stotts visited friends and relatives in Nicholasville last week Lou Murphy and Blanche SLots were in Richmond last week Mrs Robert Long of Stone her parents Mr and B Ray last weekBro E B IJil tilled his regular ap pointment at Chapel last Saturday night and Sunday Sarah Davis and Hite Gill drove to Lancaster Thursday August 25th and were united in marriage Yard Murcee bought a horse for S110 Mr Mark Gcins lost a valuable horseMr George Huffman is down with typhoid fever Business meeting at the church Sat urday morning at 10 30 Mr Eikin who has been sick for several days Is improving Miss Caldwell of Danville is visiting Miss Margaret Jenkins this week M Nelson Marsee and wife of Lan caster have been visting the home folksMr and Mrs Jake Trumbo of Clark County is visiting Mr O W McAfee and wife Mr and Mrs Noah Mirsee and fam ily were guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs Jake Carpenter Mrs Ben King of Marcelus was the guest of her mother Mis Thompson Arnold Thursday Miss Florence Sinijh has returned from a pleasant visit to the Misses Kelley at Fairview We have local and northern seed wheat and timothy seed for sale Hudson Hughes Mr Sam Rose who has been attend ing the Medical College at Philadel phia is with his parents Mr and Mrs G B Rose M1 Cox of Wayne County who is at present sojourning with Mr D F Rankin Jr will proballv locate iu this county as he is on the look out homesteadMrs Bourne and daugh ter Miss Mary of Tyro Vicinity were visiting Mrs William Blanks first of week Messers William Dcolin D F Ran kin Tom Chestnut Penny Tuggle and Walter Perkins attended the Fair at SomersetAt sale of the late Dr Ben Swope every thing sold remarkably high The farm containing 250 acres was bought by Mr Rod Swope at 72 25 per acre The revival services at Hebron con ducted by Rev Jones of Louisville continue through the week There are seven additions- A young horse diiven by Mr Jirr mi Dunn became frightened into the fence wrecking the buggy Mr Dunn was uninjured- Mr Ison and sister Miss Maggie of Letcher county are visiting their sis ter Mr Kelly Hogg Mr Ison will go to Lexington where he will take a ac ademic course A Ma of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous energy are never found Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kingla New Lire Pills the matchless regulators for keen and strong body 25c atE E McRoberts Son m rc been days Wearren at Teat rsvrlIe e downs fie 11101 t I isfac n IFloyd Burton Stotts sold lie vi led lIAUliSUUIO Z tclr for a rA v leas Martha Ag- ues Sat Mrs Mrs wit ran Nb where Stomach train v lmF Y 1vT DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fanoy when R E McRoberts dug store will guerantee ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that cause the trouble ZE O and ZEMO SOAP can be ofc tiied in any city or town in America and are recognized the best and most economical treatment for al affections of the ski or scalp whether on infant ur grown person One shampoo with ZEMO SOP and application of ZE MO wi 1 stun i ebig aud cleanse the scalp of dandruff and scurf We invite you to try ZEMO and ZEMO and If not entirely sat isfied we will refund your money A Truthful Assertion into is that of loafing around on the street at night It is then they cast their lot in slippery places when at any moment they are to fall from grace A II good and noble lessons taught them by their mother are counteracted and nullified They learn nothing that good but bad The buys who spend their evening in the sacred precincts of tin home with yood books for ihiir com panions are the future hope of t hi re public will till our legislative and congressional halls and sit in juiij merit on men and measures while Vw boys who run the streets will till cur penitentiaries and lunatic asylums Parents who are respon i l for these broken laws of decency wil nave Loken hearts and bowed heads in the awakening years that will inevitably foMow Ex ONE BIG FOOL But he Dosent Live in Lancaster nor Read the Record A man in Conneticut gave a doctor a specialist in catarrh 50 to cure him of this common yet most obnoxious disease The specialist gave him a bottle of told him when and how to use itl The foul took the medicine home took one dose put it on a shelf and made no further to follow in structionsThree later with the still on the shelf he told a friend that the specialist was a fade that he had paid him 30 and still had catarrh as bad as ever This story is told for a purpose nYOilEL pronounce it Ilighcuic w nt cure catarrh if you dont breathe it will cure catarrh if you oreathe it regularly Furthermore YOU dont need to give a catarrh specialist SoO to cure you ot catarrh for the specialist is yet to b horn who can write a better than IIYOMEI- K E McRoberts and druggists guarantee IIYOMEI cure catarrh or money back A outfitwhich consists of a bottle of IIYOMEI a hard rubber inhale and simple instructions for use cows only 100 Seporite butties of II Y OMEL if afterwards needed cost but 50 cents If you already own a IIY OMEI inhaler you can get a bottle of HYOMEI atE E McRoberts for 50 cents Xo stomach dosing just breathe it D23 A Kiss A learned gentleman in this section Will has given much of his time tj the study of human nature and other im portant and unimportant subjects has been asked to define a Hiss and we print below a series of definitions and if you want to knowyou can take your choice without- A kiss he says is To a bashful man the acme of agony Womans passport to her husbands purseThe poorest anthers richest gift valve exuberant feeling Natures Volapuk The drop that causes the cup of love w A twjfaced action that meets with mutual approval Cupids sealing wax Its like the wind that blowsfelt but not seen That in which two heads are bet r than one Two orbiculars in a state of and in anatomical juxtaposition Cupids cruising smack Printing without inkno proof sheets wantedReport at headquarters The sounding system used by the operator in sending a telegram to the heartThe sweetest fruit on the tree of loveThe best tincture in the household medicine cupboard Loves most ecstatic expression and sorrows sweetest balm A Womans most effective argument The striking of a love match A thingtbati cannot be taken giving and cannot be given A universal plaster that heals all wounds given in thoughtless tiffs Enlargement of the heart the of which is contraction of the mouth A stick of heads and an application Much prized by use to The dew on the flower of love The electric motor that sends the trolley of to the Recorders office The souls plenipotentiary i Danville Advocate j I It SOA P Time worst habit that bjs can fall than e i they lmshou e medicine r error t i prescription t complete taking I mattertwo twoof noon germ hairdressing Ii ely everything and mt hs medicine everywhere ib Time safty to oven contraction without without symptom love r 1oozrtiH HIoe Ht IHI otoIo i I I H T T S ALL G 9 l IHnP or bl FLOUR EITHER ONE IS ALL RIGHT Nearly everybody knows this i Do You t diUing Company i rIIII tI IIIIltll p- IRIGHT Y QLISO ji LV iAf1 1 j 3 x 4 rtiarrard Phone 4l J- t BE of the weather or of the of your neigh horse Stop in and order your coal now while the r5 tI TI n 11 n I Is u i Iii l11U I It I I goodnature Jrl t g ei Q1It 1 1 a thermometer is high and the price low The man who waits till frost to order his coal pays good and plenty for delay A wise man will order now 1 Lumber 3 Exposition CREHTEST EVER HELD IN THE SOUTH Kiioxville Tenn Sept 12 to Oct 12 Maunffipnt n d Mammoth Bulincs M re to se Jt Amuse than Ever Offered at Southern Exposition StO 000 in Purses fur Tri ttin j Racpi 10000 in Exploitation by machines of Wright Brother Strohpl awl otlif r Aeronaut Sec AirSMps 25000 n Matchless Fireworks Grand Battle of the Paul Ftil if Prnmoeii- Mulballs Fami us Wild West and i Other Shows of Xotei Greatest Bands in al America REMEMBER THESE SPECIAL DATES Live Stock and Races 121 TsiiriU ITorse Show September 7I4 1 Bench Show September 222324 Pigeon and Pet Stock Show September 27 to October Poultry Show October 52- Vri ht Brother Air Ship Da vs September 222I Strnebels Dirigible Ralonn Every nay September 12 to Oct 12 Pains Fire Works Every Evening September 12 to Oet bpr 12 Battle of the flrnds Seotemher 924 September to October 1 Admission to grounds 5Octs in Day After 6 p m 25cts Speci l railroad rates every day and remarkably low rates to Knoxville and return on Tuesday and Thursdays as fallows LAXCASTEI S3G5 STANFOID OO Jrxcriox CITY 170 SEE TillS GREAT EXFOSlTiON W J OUVESL PEESBERL When you think of building see the Danville Lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished III 111 l I I4r lir ri1111 IT Co 1dhulh3nH II I ttI 1 1 I II I j- I I j I I Rnunin and i II I and I Ii Sep I II I Fall of Pompei I I I r A 1rI I this w t Appalachian tf Aerial the i 4 i t b N NNt I what makes a firstclass drug store and we pride ourselves on ours Absolutely pure drugs compounded by expert who follow your physicians instructions to the letter that is what makes our prescription department the favorite alike of the attending physician the patient The other departments of the store are conducted on an equally high soda fountain makes a specialty of rich red refreshing FANTAZServed a variety of attractive ways R E Me Roberts Son THE prescription department is is U It 1 o r r pharmacists sparing t t ta New Butcher Shop J f r IIIIo ypa 3 1 9J n I have em ployed Meat Cutter of 25 years exper fence and and Clean il III everythingWill T Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings byThose Are Interested In Mrs E L Owsley is in Danville visiting relative Rachel Henry is in Cincinnati bra visit to friends Mrs S C Denny left Monday for a stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Ben Ham and daughter Kate are visiting friends in Somerset Miss Bessie Prather and Scotta Seb astuin spent Sunday in Kirksvi le Bruce Lawson is making a business stay of several days in Cincinnati Little Miss Cynthia Ball of Corbin has been visiting Miss Pearl Bettis R H Batson and O W Shugars were visitors in Nicholasville Sunday Miss Dove Harris of Danville is with her sister Mrs S II Anderson Tames W Smith is in Cincinnati a tending the Mr Joe Haselden has returned from a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard springs Miss Margaret Walker of Lebanon is visiting her mother Mrs Stephen WalkerMr Mrs Joe Arnold of attended the funeral of Mrs D D Scott Mrs Bright Herring and son Floyd Swope were visitors i n Danville ThursdayMiss Rips of Lawrenceburg is with her friend Miss Agnes Miles Tor a visit Mrs George D Robinson and sister Miss Nancy Walker were visitors in Boyle Friday Misses Cordelia and Elizabeth Cal loway of Eminence are guests of Miss Margaret Walker Mrs Parker Gregory and daughter are recuperating by a stay at Crab Orchard Springs Misses Margaret and Julia Zinone are in Stanford visiting their cousin Miss Lena Traylor Mrs Henley Y Bastin and little son will leave soon for a visit to relatives in Kansas Mrs R H Batson and sister Miss Susie Hilton are at home from seveial weeks stay in Chicago Misses Stella and May me McWhor W ifs i Ohio Valley Expositi m Richmond t Charles In connection with my Grocery I will have at all times all kinds of Fresh Meets 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 your Grocery trade and want all your produce assur ing 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 Walker Public Square LANCASTER KENTUCKY Phone 181 W D 0 o ter of Paint Lick are guests of their aunt Mrs W S Carrier Mrs Luther Miss Mary Walker were weekend guests of Mrs J C Hays of Stanford Mrs Wm returned to her home in Paint Lick after a visit to Mr and Mrs Win Champ Mr Chas Powell of Richmond has been a recent visitor at the home of Mr and Mrs Parker Gregory Little bliss Cecil Batson is at home again after a visit to her grand moth er Mrs J II Hilton of Stanford Mr A Goodloe Lackey has returned to his home in Kansas City after a vis it to his mother Mrs D M Lackey Ttuljzo Homer W Batson wife and little daughter of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mn R II Bat sonMisses Annie Margaret Elkin and Martha Kavanangh leave September 12th to enter college at Cleveland Mr and Mrs W I WMiarns and daughter Miss Mary Clay were in the Falls City the past week for a stay 01 several days Mr and Mrs John Baughman little son Brannon returned Monday te their home in Danville after a 1 to Garrard relatives Miss Louise Kauffman left Saturda to resume teaching in one of the cit schools in St Louis after a visit to he mother Mrs Emma Kauffman Mrs J C Ilemphill and son J C Jr left for their home in LouisvilU Saturday after a visit to Mrs Hemp hills mother Mrs Mrs Duerson returned Saturday to her home in Wellington Kansas af ter a visit to Her sister Mrs R L Hagan and other Lancaster relatives Miss Annie Royston returned to Chicago Monday to resume teaching after spending her vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs James A Roys tonMrs Stephen Walker entertained Friday evening for her daughter Miss Margaret Walker and her attractive guests the Misses Calloway of Em inenceMr T D Chesnut of Marksbury left last Saturday for Cairo where he will begin traveling for the Kenton Baking Powder Company of CincinnatiThe Walker Price Chapter of the U D C will meet Monday at home of Mrs S C Denny All of the members are requested to be present as business of importance will be transacted I J Gihbs and Champ has Tennessee I h- itI Thusa Currey I IlL afternoon the anti Arthur Joseph left Wednesday for a business trip to Cincinnati- Mr Willie B West left Tuesday for a few days visit in Millersburg Miss Francis of Paint Lick has been with ner sister Mrs F S Hu ghes Mr J Joseph i in the Est where he will purchase a handsome line of dry goods Mrs Herbert Gulley and little daug ter Helen are in Lexington visiting relativesMiss Kauffman is in Huston ville with her grand mother Mrs Mary KauffmanMiss Irene Tanzy of Louisville is with her friend Mrs Sallie Russ of LancasterMiss Craig Moffett and sister Miss Paxie are with their sister Mrs Wood Walker Mrs S G Haselden and sons are in Nicholasville visiting Mr and Powell Duncan Mr and Mrs Charles Davis left Tuesday night for Chattanooga where they will reside C D Powell was in Louisville this week and attended the Banquet given it the Seelbach Mrs W A Arnold and friend Mrs Rayburn of Richmond were visitors n Danville Sunday Miss Nannie B Herring leaves Mon ay to matriculate at the Female In titute at Richmond Mrs Dr Taylor and two children of Madison County are guests of Mrs Parker Gregory and family Mrand Mrs W O Rigney and dau ghter Alice are at home from a visit of several days in Cincinnitf Mrs Annie Ramey has returned to her home in Eminence after a visit to her daughter Mrs Ed Walker Mrs Henley Bastin and grand mother Mrs Susan Lear left for a visit to relatives in Kansas Miss Margurite Kinnaird has return ed from a pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks of Nichola ville Mrs Clay Blakeman and twodaugh ters of Kirksville spentSaturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs R S Brown Mrs Sarah Hamilton is at home from several weeks stay with her dau ghters Mesdames Christopher and Compton of Mo Mr and Mrs Jessie Walden and chil dren of Danville came Monday for a visit to Mesdames Jerry Respass and Charles Anderson J Mrs Thursday Elder F M Tinder Mcssers Ed and N B Price V A Lear and W S Embry attended the horse sale J H Baughman in Stanford Miss Jennie Lacky has been visiting Mr and Mrs R G Ward in Cincinna ti and relatives in Paris enroute home from Battle Creek Michigan Mrs S P Grant and daughter Miss Lelia and Mrs J McClusky Bla ney and children were with Mr and Mrs Ed Price Tuesday Miss Callie Adams will entertain at a six oclock dinner Thursday evening in honor of Miss Eliza Rucker of Paint Lick and brother Roger Rucker of LexingtonMisses and Fannie Tinder left Tuesday for Richmond to enter the Normal school Their father Eld F M Tinder spent the day in Richmond visiting the school Cracks at Creation Did you know That a great many people wear out their knees bowing to the God of mammonThat church has men who pray against vice and shed large tears over the wickedness of society yet the same men vote for candidates and hobnob with politicians whose lives are one long night of debauchery and corruptionThat they are praying and crying in church tlfey make folks who know very tired That when you hear some men spo ken of as being indulgent husbands it means they always indulge themselves That most people would rather have more taffy while they Jive and ep itaffy when they die That I would rather have a good forgetory than a good memory That Andrew Carnegie the library distributor says it is a disgrace to die rich this does not seem to be taken seriously since so many are striving to die disgraced That Thomas A Edison is threat ening to put clerks out of business with his automatics stores He thinks the ideal store is a place where you can drop your penny in the slot and get something more substantial than tulu and chocolate drops That something good to eat is more healing than oil to pour on a mans lacerated feelings That there are enough worldly things for friends to fight about such as chickens and children and cooks and politics without taking what lit tle religion they have and pelting each other with it That there are quite a few in town who look after other peoples notes of StLouis when they had better be taking care of their own beams That you should thank God for ev ery wave of uplifting that takes a fel low mortal to the higher plane though you may not yourself be borne aloft on the billow That it is better for you and your friends if you would let your nature slope to the sunny side That no one cares about your troub I les they only listen for politeness Wheres Motker By an unknown author Bursting in from spool or play This is what the children say Trooping crowding big and small On the threshold in the hall Joining in the constant cry Ever as the days go by Wheres mother From the weary bed of pain This same question comes again From the boy with sparkling eyes Bearing home his earliest prize From the bronzed and bearded son Perils past and honors won Wheres mother Burdened with a lonely task One day we may vainly ask For the comfort of her face For the rest of her embrace Let us love her while we may Well for us that we can say Wheres mother Mother with untiring hands At the post of duty stands Patient seeking not her own Anxious for the good alone Of the children as they cry Ever as the days go by Wheres mother The Pig In The Fesce From the Majors Scrap Pile Did you ever observe when a pig in the fence Sends forth his most pitiful shout How all his neighbors betake them selves hence To punish him eer he gets out What a hubbub they raise so that others afar May know his condition and hence Come running to join them in adding- a scar To the pig that is fast in the fence Well swine are not all the creatures that be Who find themselves stickingbetween The rails of the fence and who strive to get free While the world is still shoving them in Who find that the favor they meet with depends Not on worth but on dollars and cents And it is few that will prove true To the pig that is fast in the fence I j I themselves IODU FINI IT IN THIS COlUMN Fresh oysters at Zimmers Call 17 for R Ziinmer Best flourv80 cents 992t R L Hagan I am agent magazines Call and see me Mrs Brown 9 2tf I am standing my Jersey bull for 100 cash R L Elkin Star Brand shoe a cost 9 92t R L Hagan For nice six room cottage with 2 acres of ground Apply at this office 92tf FOR house and lot on Street Mrs James Comley 8 26 3t Go to S Turners and get best straight TO cents per sack and best flour 80 cents per sack Phone 199 Let me draw your plans for a mod ern and uptadate home giving price and specification for building same Anderson We will give 17c in money and 19c in trade for country meat this week Also 18c in cash for eggs and 20c in trade S D Turner I am in the market at all times for fat and feeding mules also for horses See m 6r phone 95 before you sell W B Burton Having decided to change location I will sell my stock of grociers dry goods and shoea cost for cash beg ining Saturday September 10 1910 and continue until sold out 992t R L Hagan Fan far Safe 102 acres well iiaproved handsome baick residence locm one mile from Bryantsville on the Lexington pike iAddress 9 2 8t G T Higginbothm Having purchased Hugo Rioter Lad from the of Crawford Bros herd of pure St Lamberts we offer his ser vice at 500 with privilige of returning cow Walker Bros Point Leavell Ky City Taxes Past DM All city taxes were due on March 1st and I mus insist that all who have not so far paid come to me at once and settle up L E Herron 994t City Marshal fresh2Y ily SaleA SALEA Depot D flour Miss Bettie t 1 leap seers fox accost patent with eightr head For Sale 45 Acres sandstone level Im proved W O Wearren 9 9 4t McCrearyv Ky Farm for Sale On next County Coujt day Monday September 26 J910 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 out buildings to highest bidder William Simpson Administrator 8265tpd Judson Ky Magazine requires the services of a in Lancaster to look after sub scription renewals and to extend circu lation by special methods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission Previous experience desirable but not essential Whole time or spare time Address with referrences H C Campbell Cosmo politan Magazine 1789 BroadwaY New York City Can be had by ambitious young men and ladies in the field of Wireless or Railway telegraphy Since the 8hour law became effective and since the Wireless companies are establishing stations throughout the country there is a great shortage of telegraphers Positions pay beginners from 870 to 390 per month with good chance of advancement The National Tele graph Institute operates six official institutes in America under of R R and Wireless Official and places all graduates into positions It will pay you to write them for full details at Cincinnati O or Philadel phia Pa 995C Kg Sale Having decided to locate in the West I wish to sell my place of about 24 acres situated on Back Creek near Stony Point school house on Rich mond and Lancaster dirt road five miles from Lancaster 15 acres good bottom land splendid tobacco land good orchard apples peaches and plums the best of well water on ru ral route fronts road 200 yards from school house good five room house and other at the intersec tion of four roads i mile from rail road also chickens turkeys and other fowls One good harness mare one good milk cow witn first calf and household and kitchen furniture and some farming tools You can pay for this place in two years with tobacco Will give you easy payments Mrs Talitha C Doty 694t Lancaster Ky I i WANTEDCosmopolitan representative A i buildings Fares resiioa supervision EACH DAY BRINGS THE ARRIVAL OF NEW FALL MERCHANDISE and we take pleasure in Naming that our Stock has been carefully selected this Fall in order that we may give our patrons the Very Best Values possible to be obtained We especially call your attention to the New Fall Ginghams on dis play at 10 12 12 and 15cts per yard Qualities unexcelled Buy the School Children a Pretty Plaid Gingham The Joseph Mercantile Company i I j I II I LI I ow i a ii I i F On the next STUDEBAKER Wagon you pass on the road Why arent they split and cracked like the Because the ordinary wagon hub is made from oak a wood that splits and cracks very easily while r ordinarywagon tubs arc made from dem Black 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 Irashy and will not stand the strain Studebaker 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 COa i 1 A few Choice Duroc Boars and Gilts for sale J F Robinson at National Bank Haveing bought out the interest of my part ner Will Dot Jr I will continue to do busi ness at the old stand I am prepared to do all kind of reasonable prices anti will appreciate a call C D McCarthy Tin and Plumbing Shop Why not buy milk from the Dairy fRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a day s v MOSSPhone 19O INSURED TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WIT- HiilZLlY Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 3r Tlie States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 3 OOOO In Premiums SJL HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO fe DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL States Resources ExhlWleJ DAILY RACES FIREWORKS Free Atlractlons LpJcdalo KIdway HELP US GfiOW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOCST WILL FUnKlSH ASUSESJEOT IHSTBUCTIOK KCFIT RAILROAD HATES fa fertSs hfermsiiea wrHs J W KEiVKAH Sssrtlsry 320 Jeaas f SEPTEMBER MUI V 12 fS 14 15 16 17 g K it Chang of Firma n 2 I I 1 1 t tOOO OO o i YOUR HASELREiN 1 ILL I f mat b NN N N P O40 l 7 1 1 N r r Li 1A1 BrT ANn CIS Bl tiD arc LOCI Pst Bida x Farm and Stock Miss Fannie West sold to Green a mule colt for 11000 R L Burton bought six mules aver aging SIGO We have local and northern seed wheat and timothy seed for sale Hudson Hughes TV B Burton bought twelve mules averaging 171 and three horses aver aging S1GO at Richmond Monday Hubble Eubank of Danville bought in Richmond six mules 175 also Mr Perk Ingram bought two averaging 170 The little farms in Japan were farm ed a thousand years before our fathers landed in America and they are rich today on account of their skillful methods of handling them Japan is giving the world a few IRF suns on farmiig She is enough on an acre willi a radius of seventylive miles to feed one millions of people Important Facts Milk has a temperature of 9S degree when is drawn from the cow The average milk contains 3 7 of butter fat The mUle of a Jersey cow averages 5 per cent of butter fat The per cent of fat in butter is 83 to ss Cream should be churned at a tern perature of 50 to Gt degrees In shallow pans cream will rise in from twentyfour to thirtysix hours In deep setting vessels cream will rise io from twelve to twentyfour hours 1 usually takes from twenty for ty minutes to churn ripe cream but it may often be done in fifteen minutes Cream will ripen in from eighteen to twentyfour hours Dont Forget That it costs just about as much to keep a poor cow as it does to koep a good one That a good cow often gives twice or three times as much milk as a poor oneThat each of our county and State benevolent institutions should run a model dairy That an educated trained and j ig dairy manager In charge of a good 1 age breed is better worth 100 a month than an ignorant triiler at 25 i That a common cow brings only about 150 pounds of butter in one year That a wellbred carefully cow will produce 300 pounds of butter in one year the dairy cow is mans best ane will continue to be as loug as the human family exists That cheap buutte is a thing of the past and dairying is now one of the most profitable lines of agriculture below this heading is for the exclu sire use of our farmer subscribers awl is for the sale of stock grain and such thiugs on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver Use No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be ouiy in two issues of the RECOHD free of charge For cheap pasture long grass and pure water apply J A Conn Jr At Loge Harris place FOR SALE Sever Durock Boar pits all eligible to registerJ Elmore Five thoroughbred South Down Bucks for sale J M Cress Preachersville Ky Phone 308 G Public Sale Large Blue Grass farm Stock and Farm Implements I will sell m place of 731 acres situated two miles from Xicholasville Ky on the Union Mills pike on Thursday Sept 22 1910 This place into twelve tracts with three tracts reserved 011 which is the 1atton house as follow Tract Xo 1 contains 50 acres on which is a good spring No contains CO acres and is watered by pond Xo contains 0 acres ex tra good soil and will produce crop No 1 contains 7 acri3 good spring and lo acres of tobacco laid Xo 5 contains 55 acted has tine Water a on this plot is a sevenroom bjick house goad dry cellar stable cud all outbuildings NO C contains l aore and is grass and has fine reoiuaius 15 acres fine spring water coutains 3 icred and has flue of No5 contains 32 acres and good riniiiugwater Xo 10 contains 40 acres and Xoll contains 147 acres fine running from WeudOvers spring 40 acres iu blue No 1 contains 11 acres und is suitable for any crop and water conveniences unsurpassed about half of this tract is in grass and clover and on this tract is one of the best tobacco and stock barns in Jessamine county servant quarters perfect good coal house buggy 12 is one of the most desirable pfuces to live in the whole county and has every improvement school church aud railroad on the prospective iuternrbau line to Richmond These tracts will be sold as a whole in or der and then resold as follows Tracts Xo 1 2 and 3 as a whole So 4 whole tracts No U 23 and 4 as a whole tracts S 9 aud 10 as a whole and tracts Xo 11 and 12 the home place separately then all of the tracts with the exception 50 711 and 12 will be asa A twentyfoot road touches each tract of laud Everybody is to inspect this farm crops sion for seeding at once Each tract of laud will be by the county surveyor TERMS OX LAND Onehalf cash balance in two and three years with interest on at C per cent per annum Stock and Farm Implements 100 Southdown sheep mares 1 with mule colt at 2 work horses 2 geldings plOws harrows Wheat drills double shovels roller etc TEUMS Under 10 h t six months time with a good note bearing C p r cent interest Stock implements frill be at the at and laud sale will be gin 011 tract N31 in the rear pi Patton place HENRY d MTTIB Route Ky Phones i Bolton aid averag- Ing rai ill it t I select d I I be cut I r tit water No 8 hL Swell brood cash 10 iI Nicholsvllle C fifty percent bust l it nth That C 4 Jaa04goo aa aodooo ooe rox a 444- n FARMERS COLU1N0oo- oGC Oooocuococoooocc oaaoawo pace nil L 3 fottr stall of to u tierhas has water garden named tract as- a invited deferred payments mare young cultivators over amount and sold homeplace Both tLrW Commissioners Sale gf LandGAUKAKD CIRCUIT COUKT T E Wheelers Heirs Plaintiffs vs T E Wiicelers Heirs Defendants In obedience to a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its regular June 1010 term in the above styled case I as Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2Glh 1010 between ten ocluck A M and two oclock p 3i it being the regular county court day for sai1 county for said montli sell to the highest bidder at the court house door in Lrmcasier Garrard Coun y Kentucky the here inafter described real estate Said real estate lies in Garrard county Kentucky on Paint Lick Creek and is bounded as follows Tract No 1 vlich is called in the judgment of sale the 31acre tract is hounded as follows Beginning st a point in middle of dirt road leading from Nina to Paint Lick Creek said point is 10 links North of a stone pointer thence by cars copied from mortgage to J E Stormes recorded in mortgage book No 10 page 206 with onehalf degree de clination applied down a drain S 131 E 2775 chains to a stone on a branch corner to same and Win M Ross thence down the branch with lines to said Ross N 73 E 1 91 chains to a double thorn at North edge of branch S 60 E 960 chains to a rock corner in said branch thence branch N 82 E 300 S 77 E Soo chains to a stone S SS E 400 chairs the South side of stllhouse branch corner to T E Wheel ers 30 acre tract and W A Wheeler thence with division line to 36 acre tract up a hil N 39 W 5S chains t two small white oaks N 44 W 400 chains to a friko N 34i 1150 chains to ast ke N V 558 chains toka point in line to dower a new corner thence with dower hind N 54 W lloo a feet North ot the middle of the before mentioned dIrt road with said road tj 72i W 125 chains to the beginning containing 3228 acres Tract No 2 which is called in the judgment of sale tie 3Gacre tract is bounded as follows Uegini iug at a stone U feet North of an elm stanoing on the East Mile of a drain leading ro still House branch corner to John Wheeler thence with his line S 31 S 871 chains to a stake on the East side of drain S li E 575 chairs a stake on the South side still house brunch corner to the 34 acre tract thence up a iriil with said N 3Si W 95S chains to two small white oads N 411 W 400 chains to a stake N34 W 1150 chains to a stake N W558 chains to a point in lint to lower a new corner thence with dower line S 54 E 144U chains to a point in line to John Wheeler and cor oPt to dower thence with said John Wheeler S 48 W350 chains to the be ginning containing 1671 acres The aforesaid t w o tracts when thrown together are bounded as fol lows fTieginniug al a point in the middle of a dirt JOad Jeading from Nina lo Piiiit Lick Oracle said point is 10 links North of pointer thence by calls copied from flung ge to J E Stormes recorded in bout No 10 page 206 with onehalf degree declination applied down a drain S 13 E 2775 chains to a stone on a branch corner to same and Wm M i Ross thence down the branch with lines to said Ross N 73 E 1 91 chairs to a double thorn tree at North edge i of branch S 60 E 9G9 chains to a rock corner in sf H branch thence down branch N 82 E 300 chains S 77 E 355 chains to a stone S 88 E 400 chains to a stake on South side of Still House branch corner to T E Wheeler and W A Wheeler thence wjth 36 acre tract N li W 5 75 chains to a stale on east side of drain W S 71 chains to a stone 9 feet North of an elm on East side of drain thence up a hill N 48 E 350 chains to a stake in line to John Whaelor and a n v corner to the dower thence new division line to said dower N 54 W 2590 chains to a point 4 feet north of mildle of before tnont inner dirt road with said road S 72J W 125 chains to the beginning containing 49 02 acres TERMS Said sale will be nude on a credit of six and twelve months one half of purchase money being due in six months from day of sale rest in 12 months from day of sale Purchaser will be required to bonds with good security the ilsster Corn missioner for the purchase money bearing interest at six per teat per annum from day of sale till paid up on which bonds execution may issue if not paid at maturity aud having force and effect of judgment A lien will be retained for payment of the purchase money and all Interest This sale is made for the purpose of paying the Indebtedness and settling the estate of T E Wheeler and di viding the proceeds left if any amongst his heirs at law W I WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Lewis L Walker Attorney for Plaintiff Sept 7tb 1910 There is wornout land in the NewEngland and Middle States than there is tillable lamttn Japan LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION Scpt7 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 1074 157 400 Shipments 120 Oat 1027 CATTLE Shippers lr 90 7 00 Butcher steers extra G 00 r Good to choice 5 00 5 90 Common to thin 3 25 4 90 Heifers extra 5 00 Good to choice 25 500 Common to fair 2501 10 Cows extra 75 5 CO Good to choice 4 1 1 Common to fair 2 25 4 00 Canners 2 003 00 Bulls balognas 3 50 1 35 Extra 4404 50 Fat buns 4 23 4 75 CALVES 9 50 Fair to good 7 30 0 25 Common and largo 400 7 25 HOGS good packers and butchers 9 CO Mixed packers 9 S0 GO Stags 7 2 60 7 C5 Common to choice heavy fat sours C 03 8 Light shippers 9SO 0 C5 Pigs 110 Ibs and less 6 CO 9 05 SHEEP 4 25 Good to choice v 3 50 4 10 Common to fate 2 00 3 25 V TK Good tocholce rir 5 72 6 90 to fddda 50 f i tree ch stake on W lit to print 4 t lit mot tHve I N 3Ii I I t more 3i 510 4 s 9 LAM I ffi tt down ins Ioa p chains o Bract a stone ex cute STOCKYARDS extra 9 extra r S extra Common fair t 4Y McCIlEAEY Mrs George Seb istian was injured by a cow sloping on her foot Sallie B Emmons was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Dan East TuesdayMr Sebastian and family spent part of last week with relatives at Baldwin Miss Mollie II art and friend attend the Tales creek Association at Newby WednesdayMiss Miller of Jessimine county has been the recent guest of her brother Mr Lewis Miller of this placeMrs Both OiehousG and litte daughter also Mrs Bettie Mahan of Lancaster were the welcome guest of Mrs Farris Agee Thursday UNION A 1 urge went from here to Cincinnati Sunday on the excursion Mrs Emma Wlsitc of Paint Lick was the guest of friends here one day last week The tobacco crop in tii section will DC shorter this has been for fifteen years The revival conducted at Fairview by two eloquent young ministers of Lexington came to a close R E L Murphy sold some shoats to Jack Edwards at 10 per head and a cow at 3 cents per pound Mrs Martha Benumint of Indinnap oils accompained by two of her chidr en are the guests of Mrs Murphey Mr Mack Morgan who has been trr veUng in the western part of the State all summer has returned home Mr Samuel Tudor who recently went to Oklahoma writs that he is mere than delighted with his new Ic cation Miss Sarah and Mary Reid of Lan caster and Misses Sarah Howard and Viola Ballard f Crab Orchard visted Miss Elizabeth Murphy last week Mr Fort Cnak Paris Hawley and Newland McQurrev and familv all of Carrolton 111 after vijiting relatives at this place for several weeks have returned to their homes REPORT OF THE CONDITION r M ii billGilo ifaiiuiia OF IANCASTEU K V AT Close of Business Sept 1St 1910 KE30UHCKS Loans nod tlisconnts flSMiltS 17 Overdrafts secured and unsecured l si 31 U S Bonds to secure eirurlalion 50COO UO Bonds securities etc wo C- OBankinguo res OCO 00 Due from National Bunks not Ku servc Aceutsi 160 17 Due from State null Private and Jlankers Trust Conipasiiei Due from approved reserve artists tiuW w Chucks and othdr casli Si J 1 Notes of other bUU w Fractional paper current nickels atul cents Sli AWFUL UES BASK viz aSpecie jJUll tender nbtes 3 00 12716 50 Due front US TnAsnrer TOTAL L aij7wT LIABILITIES Capital iu SOflOO 00 fund 2500000 Undivided profits less expense and taxes 5771 S- 2Xutional Bank notes outstanding SUOCO Due to other National Italics b Individual deposits subject to check 15 IH Certified Cbects 1 H Notes aud Stills Itedi counteU ISliS TU Bills payable including Certitlcates of for money borrowed 10000 00 Reserved for Taxes Sfi STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAKRABD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swearthat the above state ment true to best of my knowledge and belief IJ F IUWSON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of Sept 1910 S C Dtriiny Notary Public Commission Expires January i51112 COBRKCT Attest ALEX Ginns JJ VALKEK Directors LEWIS LALKZE REPORT OF THE CONDITION 1 LO3 OF LANCASTER KY AT The 1910 RESOURCES Loans and 31 Overdrafts secured and unsecured S5U5 57 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50UIH 00 Bond securities etc Sl ii 00 fixtures 7000 00 Due Ircin National agents J25SO Due from appro vca reseve nwnts 12J17 6 Checks and 1 5 Notes of other NationAl Banks 910 00 Fractional paper fc 99 LAWFUL EY HFP V TM RANK viz Specie Legaltender note Redemption Fluid with urer circulation 2500 CO j Total I25SU4 gi LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 50000 00 i Undivided profits lesa expenses and taxes paid 7W1 S2 National Bank Notes Ontdtaudin 6000H 00 Due to Other National BunKs CD 00 j Due to Trust Companies and Savings Banks ISO Individual deposits subject to check 1179 85 i Certified checks 1 50 00 j payable including certificates for money borrowed 9000 00 Reserved for 1319 18 425811J 55 I I S C DENNV Cashier of the above I named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief Cashier Subscribed aud sworn to before me this and day ofSept 1910 W B Mason Notary Public Sly Commission expires Feb 25 1912 Attest J L GILL J E STORM BS i Oliectorfc ALBX R DXNNY V vrar than it I OF TIIE I No I and I and M I item atiomll IJ I i I n oil TOTSL 31579 I is S OFTItE BAN No BnnkmJ iturc Bank Items Io CO 50 I U S Treds h 30OW 00 ep t STATE OF KENTUCKTCOUNTYOFGARIumss l S C I l f fi zrky 9k a f erotic Bank 2Set Rank Saviugs iuuks j MOVES IS fix 25G o0 tid 2 NATIONAL K1 pctgji t discounts td aotreserve cap cnrr S 01192 so 432s 11317 5 t fund Taxes Total Y aah t T- 3y EndofTfte Season Sole of CLOTHESYou may have bought your summer clothes or not If you have bought and think you have all the clothes you want better think again you will find that you need one more suit when you see these If you havent bought you are in luck We do not advise any one to wait as late as this for summer clothes but if yon have waited you get an extra benefit now be cause we are cleaning up our line of Hart Schaffner t Marx Summer Suits They rc all fresh and uuurantced to satisfaction or money refunded Tlc only trnutle with them is that they are not snd 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 SchalTner Marx Clothes Type UpToDate and Nothing But Good Material Used RATE Within the Reach of Your Pocketbook Our Circulation Goes to all the Y T0v f0 00T0T S7e e1a fY lOur i HJ 2tn for fJ5 iitJ S B 0 m 11 Io o e9b oS e eTtSi Y 0S S SS0S11 oj f 1 ifu I tn lU SRdW l Wb Homes I 3 IIrt3 I Marz Q Qll x Q t Q goo ls give i THRIFT and Economy made hint as he pears comfortable and contented in his old age Slack times sickness ap m i Ii f t or misfortune have slight terrors because he has money where he can get it as he needs it He and his family are protected against want GARRARD BASK TRUST Co SEPTEMBER 28th 1910 I will offer for sale on the premises tuy highly improved 212 Acre Farm on the best of pikes 5 niiios from each Danville and Lancaster 175 acres Tillable land 75 of which is best tobacco land 25 acres of well timbered riverside land Barytes indications tire second to none and if pay cost of land The Dwelling One of the best in the country is a nine room modern built house hens ed by furnace and well finished It is noted fur its beautiful healthy location good neighborhood and close proximity to best schools and churches in the There are three good tenant houses a 12acre tobacco barn with excel lent basement for stosk 36x134 feet Considering location buildings quality land etc no more desirable farm home has been placed upon the market James Otter Danville Ky 1- 1I Loci JIii State i r S i i ti t what makes a firstclass drug 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 department the favorite alike of the attending physician and the patient The other departments of the store are conducted on an equally high Our makes a specialty of rich red spark ling refreshing FANTAZServed i a variety attractive R E Me Roberts He THE prescription department is our of f- 3Q toJ t l pharmacists t way Gnus q