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CENTRALFran flic Laud of Now PURE REHGIOb UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT from The Land ofSow TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1910 NUXBEft 23 w L I t THE RECORD H 31 r Let us make you prices M can save you some money ffH We are head quarters J for Galvanized roofing can it furnish on short notice Lancaster Ky rY ro Jr I PLUMNO i g g HOT WfTER i i a1 HA I t II 110 iH ft I fTIN HO G f ft JI- Pi Ifs C B S1 f I Iir PDt eSiI f t4 m1 rJ W ff to zoe 7wvw J I r C- lT Ala r AND s 4- M STEAM u ki tr i We are handling best brands of coal BLACK BEAR RED ASH JELLICO and Blue Gem Block and Nut Also BENNETT JELLICO You find our prices cheaper for quality than other dealers Coal 10 to 140 per bushel at 3ard or on cars Any one want lag car load will sell very close as cheap as you can buy from the minesFresh Clean Eggs 18c Cash H B NQRTHCOTT DEPOT STREET fin r HUAPit1 Y i illI t My Farm of 1 66 Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further write me N H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky irf 01 V A4Iii Ui SiU I I I I particulars Now is the time to buy a Clarks Double Disc Harrow Saves you one team and hand each day John Deere Sulky Plow can do as much plowing with three horses and one hand each day as with four horses and two hands with a turning plow Hoosier and Kentucky Wheat Drills 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 Son Co I fII Mount fIre P J t r 1f J Q J f- i 31 f a 1 Dr J A McDonald of Danville will preach at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning at 11 a m Niiitv six percent of families and membership of M Church are contributors this year to its fiscal in current expeoes and Benevolences Attorney For L N R Ce Your Editor Green Clay Walker has been appointed Attorney for the Louisville Nashville E R Co in Garrard County to succeed Judge L L Waiker who resigned account of his appointment to the office of Cir cuit Judge For Benefit of Church The people of Hyattsville will give an ice cream supper in the yard of Mrs Ham at Hyattsville on Saturday September 17th They are endeavor ing to make up money to build a union church at that point The Ministers of the Lancaster churches have been preaching there this summer and the people are very anxious for a church Every one should attend and help the good cause admission only 15 cent RigshyWilson The wedding of Mr Charles Rigsby to Miss Anna Wilson was solemnized at the brides home on Wednesday mo rning at ten oclock The ceremony was performed by Rev O P Bush after which the happy couple left on tneir bridal trip The bride is a dau ghter of Mr and Mrs G M Wilson of Kirksville and is a beautiful young girl beloved by all who know her and has the well wishes of many friends Mr Rigsby i a son of Mr and Mrs J II Rigsby of Lincoln County and is a popular young farmer of the Prea neighborhood and is to be congratulated on winning such a girl for his biide Only the family was present After their return they wiU at his farm where he has furnished a lovely home The Record joins their many friends in wishing them a long and happy life Joe Ray Drowned Joseph Ray age 20 years son of John Ray who lives on the Poor pike about seven miles from town was drowned in Sugar Creek near Ke tucky river on last Fridty night Young Ray attended preaching at Mount Hebron church Friday night and the last seen of him by his friends was when he mounted his horse and rode toward home The next morning Ills hat was found near the road a short distance from the church furth er his horse was found grazing by the roadside further search led to the back water in the mouth of sugar creek and the finding of the young mans body It is supposed that in some manner he fell from his horse and the animal escaped from him and in stumbling about in the dark he f U in the creek The remains of the unfortunate yo ung man were intered in the family burying ground on Sunday and was rollowed to their last resting place by a large concourse of friends Fined For Selling Malt Mead and Similar Concoctions Some weeks ago warrants were serv cd on all the soft drink dealers in Richmond who sell malt mead and similar concoctions the evidence in the cases resulting from an analysis of the liquid sold in this city These ca ses were called for trialin police court Wednesday afternoon the court room being filled with citizens who were anxious to witness the outcome of the trialf Black Black Kennedy Kennedy Jones and Jones and Jerry Powers were found guilty and a fine of 860 assessed each agreed verdict in the case of Black Black Mrs Winnie Smith was fined 80 and the case against Martin Gentry resulted in a hung jury The chemist from State College Lexington who the beverages secured by Captain Ailman from the various dealers in this city that the liquids from 3 12 to 4 86100 per cent alcohol Those found guilty have ap pealed their cases to the circuit court Richmond Ciimax AGAINST SELLING NEAR BEER Rrasag Meet at the Gratia Ghrch What is said to be the largest gath ering of the kind ever held ia Lan caster was the Union meeting at the Christian church Sunday evening This was previously arranged as a pro test against the establishing and maintaining or soft drink saloons in where concoctions are sold containing less than two per cent alcohol Talks were made by many of the leading citizens of the community The speakers were strongly against the sale of these drinks Such places described as resorts for the of the tough elements of and the general of the joint was thought by the to be degrading and a general dis turbance to the community At the conclusion of the meeting the asked all who would volunteer to assist in every way to rid the city and county of these pjaces to arise At the very word of the chairman the large audience upon their feet I Lancaster Iclendree I R chersville go to house keeping alan onan contained thecommunity were i rNc jo ridge analyzed testified congregation society effect Whop speakers chairman possible legal was x k roe BOYLE CIRCUIT COURT Opened Last Monday With Judge Lewis L j Walker en the Bench Tells the Grand Jury to go After Blind Tigers and Hop The Boyle Circuit Court convened in Danville last Monday with Judge presiding- In delivering his charge to the grand jury Judge Walker took occasion pay a beautiful tribute to the late Judge Micah C Saufley which was said by many of those present to be one of the finest things of the kind they had ever heard Ills honor thn proceeded to outline the history and purpose of the grand jury and the qualifications of the jurors After a definition of the classes into which offenses might be divided he further charged the jury to investigate all public officers and publiC buildings especially the jail and the work house Judge Walker called the specific at tention of the grand jury to the fish and game laws the laws against adulterated and unwholesome food and the necessity of a rigid of the local option laws We give below that portion of Judge Walkers instruction pertaining to the illegal sale of liquor The sale by retail of intoxicating liquors is prohibited by law in this county except by licensed druggists on the prescription of a regular practi sing physician and it is your duty to investigate and if they are otherwise sold you will indict the guilty parties so that they may be brought to trial iu this court It Is the duty of every good citizen to promote temperance in all things in every possible way Some people are intemperate in the excessive use of intoxicants others in nonintoxi icants others ia eating and others in the intemperate use of their vile tongues in the slander and abuse of their neighbors and their green eves of envy and jealousy and black hearts of prejudice and hate cannot stand to see their fellow citizens prosper but ttiey prefer to keep all others on a lowers vel with themselves rather than co undertake to rise to a higher plane of goodness and truth They rejoice in the adversity of those whom God has made in his own image and sorrow and grow mad at the of their fellow man And all this in the face only command ment which the Master saw fit to add to those delivered to Moses on Mount Sinai Love thy neighbor as thyself I care not what may be your opinion on the moral question as to how is the best way to solve the drink problem Some of you may ad vocate prohibition some high license and others local option but you can all agree that no decent man can defend in morals the low dive saloon or the blind tiger Happily for us we have not the former with which to contend but the latter is ever with us Idesire now to warn the keepers of such places that they must cease such prac tises in this district or suffer the prescribed by the law I trust that they will desist because I assure you that it will be no pleasure to me to administer punish ment to the poor wretches who con duct such rendezvous of crime but it must be done unless they stop They are menace to the com munity and more especially to the colored population and the youths of the land There are no conditions that have so lowered and destroyed the best interests of the negro race in Central Kentucky than has the of these hot beds of crime You go to a community where they exist and you will find this race ready suffering under the yoke of slavery still held by the greater bondage of moral turpitude producing idle criminals Where these practices have been wiped out you find an in dustrious hard working class to earn their bread by the sweat of their brows However it is on the character and lives of the youth that these haunts of evil have their most dreadful operations The young man will dodge the saloon where he knows that the gaze of the public is fixed but in the stillness of the night when he conceives that his parents are at home asleep and unconscious of his acts that he will be drawn into these secret and hidden places where he not only contracts the evil of the drink habit but where be comes in contact Kith other forms of and wrong doing These places can be stopped and must be destroyed I can say not boastingly but that since I have been City of Lancaster that we have had no blind tigers there I do not take this credit entirely to myself but member of the city admiuistra tion who was associated with me should have equal if not more credit than myself This result was accom plished without shedding one drop of human blood and without even causing as much as a breach1 of the peace I mention this to show you that it is possible to prevent these dives It is easy to say that we should not have blind tigers and that you should in dict them and put a stop to them It is to tell what should be done but we know to do it In this alone we accomplish some thingYou are to be the judge but Idoubt if it is wise to summons boys before I the Jets to individual viceand establishment a undertaking Walker selling enforcement advancement of the penalties former temptations truthfully Attorney every easy must how can a the grand jury to ask them general questions as to the violation of the liquor laws They are iu league with the keepers of these resorts not to tell and I sometimes think that the evil which comes from such a school of perjury greater than any good that is reached in finding indictments I desire however to suggest a course of proceedure to you You will first locate these places summons two or three of the best men from each neighborhood in your county and ask them if they know or have heard of any blind timers or other violations of the law in their sections If they have investigate thoroughly Ascertain who frequents them Have these peope summoned ard b them of the terrible results r a jured soul by tlliny them that you have information that they know of these violations of the law and that you are first g ing to give them a chance to tell the truth about the matter but if they swear you will endeavor to indict them fur per jury and have them sent to the pen itentiaryAfter locate these blind tigers if thev are in the city notify the chief of police and ask him to furnish evi dence on which they can be convicted if in the county outside of the city make the same request of the sheriff If you locate them they can be bro ken up in a legal way and when once spotted the guns of the law shall not cease to fire until they shall be bat tered to the ground After you have found out the whereabouts of these violations of the liquor laws notify your commonwealths attorney and he will suggest to you or to the officers the method in which they can be de tected I would do so publicly but it woud only put the keepers on their guard to avoid the remedy I have in rrind and which I will fully explain to the commonwealths attorney- I trust you will make a vigorous in vestigatlon along this line and give these people to understand that you mean business and as soon as you con vince them that you do they will move out and cease their nefarious operations There is another matter along this line to which I desire to direct your attention There has sprung up what are known as soft drink stands where malt lipuors containing a small per cent of alcohol are sold The court of appeals has decided that where these liquors are nonintoxicating and contain less than 2 of alcohol their sale cannot be prevented under the local option laws However I in struct you to investigate these places carefully and when you find that one has become drunk by the use of any think sold at these stands you will indict the proprietor for selling intoxicating liquors You will also see that they have been running or deny houses and if they have per mitted idle and immoral persons to habitually loaf around their places for an unreasonable length of time or have permitted loud noises or other breaches of the peace therein to the annoyance or disturbance of good cit izens you report the facts to the commonwealths attorney and if he thinks he can secure a conviction yon will indict the owner of the premises and those in charge for maintaining a In conclusion I oeg to impress upon you the importance and responsibility of your position as grand jurors Up your proper conduct depends the enjoyment in a large measure of the great blessings that have come to us through the ages of the past Our great liberties and free institutioos were not handed to us as manna from Heaven but have been won and main tained by the blood of our fathers and the hardships and struggles of our mothers Inch by inch and step by step they have been gained and real izing this great cost and the many sacrifices made for them we should deeply appreciate our environments by doing all that in our power lies to perform well our parts in whatever station in life we may be called Ev ery man should be guaranteed his per sonal liberty his personal security his rights of property his privilege to worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience and to pursue j his own happiness in his own way so i long as he does not transgress the law of the land These results can be best obtained by a just and reasonable enforcement of the law by our courts of justice I would not have you un just or unreasonable in your delibera tions or actions for such conduct would bring the law into contempt and destroy its usefulness As grand jurors you should know neither friend nor foe but you should fearlessly and conscientiously do your whole duty You should neither wrongfully pro tect or reward a friend nor unjustly punish or wrong a foe But so act that all shall know that the rich and powerful shall observe your rightful mandates and the poor and weak only in doing what we think is right We have thought that we found pleasure in the follies of youth but we look back from the stage of manhood but to warn the coming gen L eration from such mistaken f L 4 good for others and in duty well per t to and affection of our own families with a clear conscience bring to us peace on earth ting hope for an eteraal reward i fore You begin to them warn pe per cent an wi j i nUIsance on I I I I I I f I vanityRealch when done we the love goestior falsely 1 protectioncomes pleasure formed wh can retire that shall 4 hP- rH Peoria Disc Shoo Drill The Disc Cuts The Way The pivoted shoe follows at the same depth as the disc and form a packed seed furrow I 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 RGI JLe1 l I reQ x oCHEAPI I am cutting prices on right and left Don fail to get one while they are SO CHEAP W J Romans New Fall Goods ARRIVING DAILY R H BATSON Lancaster Kentucky I x HeI rtiJ C lBX X e Ar 1I I I I buggies L Ii y 4 cofI F G HURT Lancaster KyJ JQI r a i- r y3 t 33 4 r 3 l 3 2- I 1 ZRc hI H l s CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED ISSUED WEEKLY A YEAR From Tile Lund Of JNW GREEN CLAY WALKER EcTtor Entered at the Post Ojfee in Lcnefifr Ky SeeondClast Mail Matter Member Ky Press Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky September 16 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices S 500 Ollices 1000 For State and District Onices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line For all publications in the individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS Harvey Helm of Lincoln County In withdrawing from the democratic ticket in Tennessee as the nominee for Governor Malcoiu R Patterson says hat he has never performed a public act for which he is ashamed He may not be but think how were his constituency in that good state how ashamed were the democrats of the state and the whole nati in when he unpetitioncd and without reasonable execuse pardoned Duncan B Cooper for the murder of Senator Carmack It is a shining of the deep conviction of right honesty of purpose and true manhood of the democracy in Tennesee in their constant and determined fight to preventan eudorsmeniof the conternp tible course of an executive who has so misused the trust imposed in him Some of his acts have been enough for every Teunesseean to endure but an endorsement of them by his reelection would have been too bad Now with Patterson off the ticket and out of the way if his withdrawal is in good faith it is to be hoped that the wise men o the Democracy in Teun essee may gather up the fragments of the disruptible and divided party left by the Patterson regime and find a lead er who will bring victory and then give an administration that will restore confidence to the people in the party that they once implicedly trusted The old time barbarous way of in flicting the death penalty will soon be a thing of the past as the work of in stalling the death chair at the Eddr ville penitentiary is going on steadily and will be readv for use in a few weeks The electrocution law became effective on June 14th and if a crime is committed alter that time for which the death penalty is imposed the condemned man will be electrocu ted There has been a notable change made in the prison at Frankfort The old penitentiary at this place will soon be converted into a reformatory and this is one of tne principle reasons the death chair was located at Eddr while instead of Frankfort as it is hardly probable the death penalty will be inflicted in a reformatory The Prison Commission will be ready in a few months to begin the transfer of the prisoners All the prisoners over thirty years of age will be taken to Eddy ville and all under thirty will to Frankfort also under this new law all prisoners no matter what the crime that meet the requirements as to conduct can be paroled and quite a number are now being granted The wise merchant spends little ttee In geseral denunciation of the SLIM a Association- and 1 interest of Palters s WitdrawaL humiliated J I few Dad CRir J betaken ewer rV J1 For County f Gesener evidence Iew Ti feet I 0 big mall order houses and much time in study of their catalogues to learn their weak points says the Owens boro E lie soon sees that many lines of goods sell in his fur less than the mail order price If you are affected by this why not try advertising show ing in columns the mail or der price aud the home merchants price Then ask your readers even if the two bargains are equal if they would nut rather buy at home where they can return goods prove to be not as represented Also ask them if they have idered the well known tend ency of the big metropolitan house to work off seconds on the public buying uusight and unseen hundreds of mites away Also ask the public il it is not an advantage to talk a purchase over with a salesman before putting down good money and ask them if the mea ger information in the mail order cat alogue answers all the questions they would like to ask McCreary Wins Contest The following special was sent out from Lexington Saturday Triumphant were the forces of James B McCreary in the outcome of the meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee in this city today when the male interest of the of political leaders resolved it self into a question of control of the party organization- A clean sweep of the pan was made by the McCreary support when Col John Whallen lay down and his rep resentative on the committe Ernest Neumau of Louisvi le presented a resolution naming Judge Allie W Young of Rowan county as chairman and Henry E Prewitt of ery county as secretary of the committee for this fall It was the signal that the JohnsouWhallen forces had acknowledged the suprem acy in the party organization of the exSenator and exGovernor The oft repeated fable of the lion and the lamb was once more acted but this time by necessity Newspaper As A Booster In speaking before the Northern Developement Association recently Leroy Boucher of the Minneapolis Tribune said Every commercial organization to include all the in the district for these who study nothing but the best me thuds of making people read what they write can be of assistance to a community in making people read its messageIts no use to have a splendid article for sale if you sell it Make the news of your community readable and you neednt worry about publicity If you keep telling people what a fine state they have what splendid farms what unexcelled advantages they will talk about it and spread the gospel and they wont do it unless you keep telling them If the talk about their towns every day every week their readers will follow their lead Those persons interested in the Bop Joints in this community can easily understand what the local public thinks of their business by the spiri tus enthusiasm and the large atten dance at the held by way of protest Public sentiment is a power ful agency in the governmental affairs of this country Law does not remain long upon the statute books if public sentiment is agsinst it Neither does a condition wanted lone remain with out a law enabling the people to have the public is sufficiently ar oused in its favor Past experience has convinced us that when any thing is going on in the community against the wishes of tbe people a leg al way will sooner or later be found to have it cease It the lightning strikes the fellows in the city who are behind the hop joints they truly say that the roaring skies have not foretold the coming bolt s store competition parttl d cot gathering Mont o1l1 ought newspapermen m n PSemeIL meetings itwhen cannot sorer campaign cant Fight on in Eleventh As we go to press this Thursday morning the light for the republican nomination congress in the elev enth district is going on and by eight oclock tonight we will very likely know whether Dun C Edwards who it is claimed has only the republican machine behind him or Caleb Powers wlu was thrice convicted of the mur der of Goy Win Goebel shall be the republican nominee The politicians it is claimed are for Edwards and the maj rity of the peo pe for Powers If this is the case it is to be hopod that the people have their man even tho he was convicted of the murder of one of the greatest men that Kentucky ever knew Of course it is hard for any Kentuckian to swallow the dose that will be hand 1 them if Powers is sent to Washing jn however the people of that dis rict are to be the judge arid if they totninate him by a rain vote then the Edwards machine should not be al lowed to rob him It seems that either of them are bad enough and the only solution to the is to break the record and elect a democratic congressman in that district Dont forget Mr Helm It looks very much as if the fight for the Democratic nomination for Governor would overshadow the races for Congress iu the State of Kentucky this fall The tat is Who are you for for Governerand not a word about the Democratic nominee for Congress There is plenty of time later on to settle the nomination for Governor as we can do that next year Now is the time to be building our fences and to see that Hon Harvey Helm defeats his opponent Col Evell by a large majority One thing at a time and do that well Next years races can take care of themselves Sa fellow talk Helm for Congress until after the November election and then we will decide whether McCrearv Johnson Head Hendricks or some other good man shall be our standard bearer next year for Governor An derson News W J Bryan recently read those de ocrats ont of the party who elect Senator Loriraur Republican of Illinois to the U S Senate Mr sevtlf went it one better by refusing to speak at the Hamilton Republican Club goof in Chicago if Senator LOrimer had a seat at the table Pretty hard on the corruptionists these days Have you ever heard that saying Where theres a will theres a way The people here have the will to be rid of the Hop Joint Now read Judge Walkers instructions to tbe Boyle county grand jury and see what he says about hop joints The State of Main has for the first time in thirty years elected a Governor The outlook was never brighter for the democrats and if they keep their heads together we are sure to have a democratic next time J Bryan may never be presi den but whenever his history is it will the career of a great American A month ago a St Louis florist for an ugly girl for cashier at a goon salary He is still without a cashier The Initiative and Referendum carried iu Arkansas Why not cky have this plan of direct Legisla tiou The womans Home and foreign Missionery Society will meet next Monday afternoon in the basement of the Presbyterian church Twe Safe Bets A 5000000 ship subsidy grab and a central government bank are two bets in tbe event of the next House of Re presentives retaining its Republican majority If the House I d v for I problem Democrat Bat I I r I democrat ic President W writ j ten 1 advertised Kent l Ito describe present y o j Democratic it is an epually good bet that special privilege will be disap pointed on both propositions A Safe Guess Some time ago a man named Krem ser bought a building Salem Ohio and fitted it up as a soft drink resort Krciuser could not withstand the temptation of trying to sell intoxicants in dry territory and was arrested on two charge Mayor Carlise fined Kremser and and abated the place as a nuisance It is a safe that Kremser is now sorry he invested his money in balem Amer ican Issue We expect there are many more who are also sorry Wins at Knoxville Mr J H Baughman of Stanford at tended the appalacliian exposition at Knoxville this week He 1 eight of his show mules to Mr W N Grif tin of Gallatin Tenn during his big sale at Stanford last week and had the pleasure of seeing each of the mules win in their class as wall as the sweep stakes Baughrrian is delighted that his show mules did so well and that his customer is well pleased with them About 100000 worth of his stock came to Garrard county Where and When The Republican party declares the Republican textbook stands for the imposition of such duties ss will equal the difference between the cost of production at home and abroad to gether with a reasonable profit for American industrie- sIt is true tile Republicans promised such a revison in the 1U08 platform but it is safe to predict no Republican candidate for office will declare that the tariff was ever revised on that basis AU genunine progressive Repu blicans are on record as stating that the promise was ignored as completely as if it had never been made Revis ion of the tariff on the basis indicated would have been a tit downward levis Ion while the Republicans revised it upward by Lit ber cent Colored Man Found Dead The body of Ceo Jenkins col was found on lust Friday morning by Mr Hugh Wayne on the banks of River about five miles from town near where the new Danville water works dam is being constructed Jenkins on the Shout here and has been missing for about two weeks He was last seen on his way to the river fishing A knife and bottle of medicine were found on the dead man They were brought to town by Coroner Jenkins wife identi led tle knife as belonging to her husband His body was badly decayed and his clothes all torn and the varmints along the river had eaten part of his bodyso the only way there was of identifying him was by the knife The body was busied on theside of the river last Friday morning A Seventeen Year Old Winner The highest class attractions the greatest acts specialties and perfor mances procurable in the Old and New I World are shown in the Sun Brothers Great Progressive Shows this season This popular amusement institution is now on its 17th annual tour and is breaking all records in giving immense satisfaction with the performances presented As in all past seasons the Messrs Sun Brothers have again pro vided attractions fur the children and this season the little folks will find ev erything done with an eye to their amusement comfort and gratification This big upto date amusement cai Rival event will pitch touts at Lancaster Wednesday September 21 for one day only presenting and night performances In the mor ning at 1230 oclock as prelude to the excellent exhibitions to be liven will be offered free to the public a number of startling free outdoor fetes and performances it is promised that these totes free reviews not of the old style hackneyed kind but all new and of great variety in 300 CI SS guess bl r I I Dx livid I Farm and I g f a i l cc t its matinee are Public Sale Having to sell out 1 will on SATURDAY SEPT IT 1910 sell the highest and best bidder at I my place on Buukepe pike at oclock the following property t wit Two mules 1 1 Jersey mill cow 1 wagon 2 riding cultivators 1 cutting harrow 1 drag harrow 1 rol ler 1 binder 1 two horse corn pi utter 1 buggy 3 tursrini plows 1 hay rate 1 hog box All kinds of wagon har ness a lot of new farming implements and other things to numerous tq men tionTERMS made known on day of sale NOSE MILLERLancaster Ky Am Bourne Auct dec t I f I I Jed nurse iGtrr 01f 1JOCD SHINGLEStad I METAL BIBS I can be aid without or botherright overthe old wood shingles changing the top of building instantly from a firs catcher to A FIREPROOF ROOFthat will last as long as the baiilinff itself anil neverneeds repairs For farther detailed information prices etfcappty to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa I Iyou fuss Jira JffrQrrn rnfillif rd EirrdJ rrtUaraJ 1 Ice Cream Soda Water CocaCola Phos iIt Grape 1 rnL1f And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers at FRISBIES DRUG STORE r1 1il mfir8ft r IT l i 1 t SrtS S1y 1S 1t1y y zt X1 v z 1 W i t a oCt A 1 ic AUlgc tI r o es juicer r a ixtr- ti t C f in L Il t t iz LI t tixt- s MRM VRKCBW OUNG men college men young reeling men ae r1 J1 h l who of dress will find exactly pleases among superb Woolens and fashions we are from Fall line Ed FPrice Co CHICAGO These wellKnown tailors will clothes way you want at from 30 to 50 per cent Blow smaller tailors ordi narly deliver unsur passed quality style and satisfac wand a particular individuality What i thembest the show the of i i0male the 2 0them iWhat I charge and hon Lotus measure N Robby i IEaCUAT TAtLOS t EC T LOG A IS s i if ac IRI i2 i f IIgi mif i A sac s a 3 4 1 New Tailored SuitsMore Than In StockMost Varied Line We Have Ev er Shown We Want You To See Them Considering the demoralized condition of the Cloak and Suit trade in New York City resulting from the strike of over a hundred thousand tailors we consider ourselves remarkably fortunate in being able to offer our trade the largest and best assorted line of high grade Tailored Suits we have ever shown this early in seasonWe to do this because a number of firms making our fin est suits recognized the justice of the strikers demands and met them halfway and settled with them Aug and went to work at once while the other makers tried to fight the strike Not only have we the largest stock but we also have the most varied in styles materials and colors showing more than Ninety distinct styles of suits As usual we have paid particular attention to the tailoring and finish ing of suits and materials and linings as we intend our customers shall have the Best You can pay more money but you cannot get better than our best Anther very important fact is that we have all our suits made by tailors who make a specialty of garments for SOUTHERN WOMEN that is why our garments fit so well While we have a number of very desirable style suits well made of all wool materials at we are very strong on suits from 20 to 45 Come in often as every express from the east now will be bringing us in new goods Remember That Every Garment In Our Stock Is Made In New York City We Handle No Wes tern Made Suits Robertson BroDANVILLE KENTUCKY fi I J J Now 1st J J 15 A 30Q L i i 4 Jersey Bull Heoi Simpson MI Season 1910 J W SWEENEY H J TINSLEY County Surveyor 3 J Office over F Hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky LOWELL KENTUCKY- Get him to cry your sales Best of references CARDSI J j HOSE T KING aooioaoecooooocooooocaaoooooovoos 0 0 4oaeooooooooaooaooooooaaoooooooQoooooe u w Auctioneer B W Morrow Graduate Optician t Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed M K Denny DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery J PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed Lick Kentucky IDE Wni BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon Offiice Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone C Gut Flowers ofQUALITY Ware McRoberts I I 1 iI Paintu L 4- 1 t 11 t 4 j- I 19tt 4 k over t l Y It L y1 1 T Hughes Swinebfoad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physican and SurgeonO- ffice Danville street Residence Phone 9 Olliee Phone 89 J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Mens Garments flrtts Cleaned BU eked and Trimmed fc Itf Faulkner fllgr LOOK AND LISTEN Fur UpTcDate Hair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS oo TO HENRY DUNCANS PARBEK SHOP ON RICHMOND STREET Office Hours Office over 8 a m to 12 1 pm to 4 Stormes Drug Store B F WALTER DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky I have just opened up a new clean Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me Clean Tools Sharp Razors Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN Send your JOB WORK To The Central Record I l y u e For Lick and Lowell Property At Paint Lick a neat 4 room cot j tage with small lot and good Also a vacant lot of about This is the most desirable building lot at Paint Lick and is large enough for two dwellings At Lowell a good 4 room cottage new barn and buggy shed bath house near Sulphur well with t acre lot A nice i room cottage and nearly half acre lot This is nice property new metal roof newly painted and in 50 yards of the tine Sulphur well Lot No 3 Contains 2J acres of fine bottom land and stock barn Now in clover and timothy nearly enough be grown in this lot in one year to pay the purchase price All the above property can be bought cheap and on easy payments For further particulars see or phone Dr John A Suowden at Lowell or Paint Lick SalePaint I 1 acre I I tobacco can I outbuildings J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and EmbalmerOf- fice Phone 31 ResidencePhone 3 LANCASTER KY The undersigned nereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of thelaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire B Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price S L Rich MrsP WKinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson Sweeney Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E Daniels Anderson HC Arnold V W G Anderson H C L H Brown T G ClarJr Pilgrimage Tpbtco Co I I POSTED W SEmbry J W TRi a JasSutton D B G YCon W Conn JG i f E Herring W A Price z Hamilton Conn EXCURSION 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN SUNDAY Sept 18 SPECIAL TRAIN Lv fcucftt City 556 A MASK TICKET AGENT FOB PAITICULAIS ROLL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS Dr Kings New DisGor WITH I FOR c PRICE aoaTrill letIIe Free XONET BEJPUHDED R E McRoherts Drug Store House Rent in Mexico House rents in Mexico have about doubled in the last ten years HOG RAISERSA- re your bogs worth 5 cents per head We guarantee BnrikM H CWcra Ready to keep hogs free from dis for 5 cents head per month It cures Cholera Worms Slim ulates the Appetite Aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly Thfff remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog throughput c let us tell you it J Son Co AND ALL THROAT AND lUIIGTIOUIlLES JOB healthyand ntry COme SOLD BY R t 1 GVAPANfiEED ease Bills raisers the iu and about Mount v 7r GUARDING SYLVIA i Its quite a relief remarked Mrs Robell with a smile of engaging frankness not to find any young men here The others in the group of married women on the summer hotel porch surprised glances You see continued Mrs Robell when one has an only one is apt to be a bit selfish I simply cant bear the thought of parting with Sylvia and it makes me ill to see a lot of young men dangling about her all the time as they do at home So I just said to her father the other day Im going to take her to some quiet spot where I can have a little peace of mind He suggested our coming here as he had heard of the place through a business acquaintanceWas Reddington queried Mrs Dale the mother of two daughters Yes I believe its Reddington or Eddington Im woefully forgetful about names Doesnt his presence cause you any anxiety The more acute members of the group scented sarcasm in Mrs Dales question Oh no replied Mrs Robell in good humor my husband has told me what a confirmed old bachelor he is Why there he is now Oh Mr Reddington Mrs Robells voice was girlishly clear and gay If you are going to the tennis courts will you be so good as to stop at the wooden swing and if its sunny there tell my daughter to come on to the veranda Im afraid reading in the sun will make her head ache Trust me to send her back to you If I find her in the sun said Red dingtonAn later when Mrs Dale In search of her own two daughters who were playing tennis with school boy partners passed the wooden swing in which Reddington and Sylvia Robell were sitting she said to That woman knew all the time that the swing wasnt in a sunny placeNot long after the Robells arrival at the hotel Mrs Robell confided her anxieties to Reddington You can see Mr Reddington she said appealingly how unhappy it makes me to have those tiresome men writing by every mail simply begging to be allowed to come here Im to throw all formality and to the winds and implore you as a friend of my husbands to help me I want you to keep Sylvia from being alone with the man who against all my remonstrances Insists upon coming here over Sunday I fear Im not strong enough to her all day Is Miss Sylvia interested In the fel low asked Reddington Noo but you know how a young girl like Sylvia Is Im afraid shell be led by her sym pathy into making some promise she will regret later I think its a duty to guard against these dan gersI think so too agreed Redding ton heartily The callow young man who had supposed himself first In the affections of Sylvia wondered all day Sunday why old Reddington who must have been thirtyfive at least hung around her so constantly He meant to ask Sylvia when he got her oft alone but he did not get her off alone Either her mother or Reddington was all the time So he took the night boat back to town In an state of mystification Only a few days later Mrs Dobell announced to Mrs Dale her intention of returning home with Sylvia Do you think it safe to take Sylvia back among all those young men asked Mrs Dale sweetly Well Mrs Robell laughed Im afraid Im a failure as a duenna I dont know what my husband will say I didnt mean to tell any one until he knew but we shall be with him so I dont mind telling you in confidence that notwithstanding my unremiting care dear little Sylvia has become engaged Its a great blow to me Mr Reddington asked Mrs Dale Yes and you know yourself how I trusted him Who would have dreamed of such a thing It must surprise you greatly Mrs Dale with almost too much emphasis but Im sure you will try to bear up I shall do my best to be brave for I always do answered Mrs Robell with her neverfalling good humor Cornwall and Its Charms Cornwall England is a county of charms The passing of children through holes in the earth rocks or trees once an established rite is still practised in various parts of write Thomas Q Couch about 50 years ago With us boils are cured by creeping on the hands and knees beneath a bramble which has grown into the soil at both ends Children afflicted with hernia are still passed through a slit in an ash sapling sunrise fasting after which the slit portions are bound up and as they unite so the malady is cured The ash is Indeed a tree of many virtues venomous reptiles are known to rest under ts shadow and a single from an ash stick Is Instant death to an adder struck by a bough of any tree the reptile Is said to retain marks of life until the sun down Harmony Perhaps you make the mistake of trying to harmonize outside things with you Harmony is and you are it Be still and know Harmonize with the One Spirit and let conditions play sixes and sevens if they will Jut smile at them arid enjoy By and by win harmony in toaea that now like discord oaly be cause your mind is not tuned to them Of the things now you will best thing tkat ever pened Elizabeth Towns SB Ulus J 7C i 7 I l t exchanged positively marriageable perfect herself going chaperon tenderhearted mothers present before blow I the seem T i daughter conventionality uncomfortable tomorrow i replied Cornwall never other goes you hear you dislike later say hap Nan Escr Keep Boys at Home Some people think it a mystery that notwithstanding good advice their bovsgrow up to be wild and reckless young men It these boys were taught from infancy that home was the prop er place for them after dark rather than prowling around the streets an nosing well and sick people alike much of tills mystery might be ex plaiued and young men with better moral character and more intelligent minds would be the result to parent need expect pure morals in a boy that prowls the streets at night even if he does go to Sunday school SUN AND SCALP TRQUBLES YIELD TO ZEMO LIQUID PrtEPA RATIOS FOR EXTERNAL USE R E McRoberts Son Drug Store so conii lent that Zemo will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown of pirapcs blackheads eczema prickly heat rashes hives ivy poison or any other form or scalp eruption that they will give your money back if you are not satisfied with the results from the use of Zemo The first application will give pro mpt relief and show an improvemet and in every instince where used ill destroy the germ lire leaving the skin in a clean healthy condition Let us show you proof of some remarkable cures made bv Zm and give you a 32 page booklet how to preserve the skin R E McRoberts Son Crop Report Timely rainfalls during the last month have done much for crops in Kentucky according to the report of M C Rankin Commissioner of Agri culture covering every county in the state The following is the report which is of interest to all farmers The rainfall during the mouth of August was not so great as that of the preceding month but the rains came when they were badly needen In some places there are a number of reports that they are needing rain badly Tobacco has shown considerable improvement and corn has shown very marked impravement Totals for the State Average of wheat per acre 11 bushels average quality of wheat TS per cent condi lion of corn 75 per cent average yield of potatoes per acre 65 bushels yield of oats per acre 22 bushels prospect for burley tobacco 54 prospect for dark tobace 62 per cent condition of hemp 89 percent increase of livestock 14 per cent of livestock 15 per cent price of poultry per pouud 10 cents average price of eggs per dozen 14 cents Batter ad Bitter Sdstittes The great majority of people eat butter and much prefer it to any of the substitutes which have been put upon the market However a great many people must use a substitute account of the high prices which pre vail during certain monthsof Oleomargarine is the most common substitute for butter and millions pounds of this product are consumed each year The difference in production between oleomargarine and butter is so great that when but ter is retailed at forty cents per pound oleomargarine may be retailed at twenty cents per pound at as great a profit to the dealer The person who chooses to purchase the substitute should be allowed to do so and be required to pay only tile price of the substitute The in price between the genunine product and the substitute is so great that dealers are tempted to sell tile latter for the former Only by that the consumers may different late between the two articles can honest traffic in the substitute be insuredThis contemplated by Congrets when the present internal revenue tax of ten cents per pound was levied upon artificially colored Many people think that all oleomargarine is taxed ten cents per pound This Is not a fact Oleomarga rine which is artificially colored so that the consumer cannot distingui h it from butter is the only that is thus taxed Wires it is put upon the market in its natural color it is only taxed oneJourth of one cent per pound It is only when the product is made to look like butter so that it may frat dently sold as butter that a burdsome tax is imposed upon it The imposi tion of the tax is not to suppress the sale of oleomargarine or to make it more expensive to the consumers but to prevent fraud in its sale Ceforc and After The career of every successful man may be divided into two periods first when he is not given credit for what he knows and second when he is given credit for what he doesat know Life would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as amer cilew lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It was moat at night be writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never cough at Bight now Millions know its match leas merit for stubborn colds obstiaate coughs sore lungs lagrippe asthma hemorrhage whooping cough It quickly sad never fails to satisfy A trial bottle a tree Its positively gwuraatted by i- iSEMcBobertaSoB OM f fc f f I ACLEAN i person of skin entirely obtained persistently Drug Store percent decrease average cost difference requiring oleomargarine DIe of a FBI or haJ ever tell average theyea t oleomargarine Lich troublesome croup relieves d n Tie Oice Bay Daniel Waldo Field the millionaire shoe manufacturerof Brockton Mass who started life as a boy in the oOita of a large shoe manufacturing concern says the day of the rise of the office boy is past He puts it this way The old day of the successful busi ness man who began as an office boys is over in my opinion and the new generation of successful businessman will be those wile have been trained in principles ofcommerce lawyerdoctorMr Fields is correct as any business man of today will This is a day of specialists and the successful man must besp cially train ed for some particular line of work and to be equal in thecompetive bat tle for business he must have more than can be obtained mere ly by office wok Of course after he has been specially trained office work is essential in a practical way especially that part of it which would further prepare him for his work Therefore young men prepare your self during your school days and you will reach the goal of your ambition sooner then if you go along in a halt shod sort of away Back PLENTY OF LANCASTER READ ERS HAVE THIS EXPERIENCE You tax the kidneys overwork them They cant keep up the continual strainThe back gives aches and painsUrinary troubles set in Dont waitlonger take Deans Kid ney Pills Residents of this vicinity endorse themCan Lancaster people doubt the tot towing evidence Capt Thomas Richards W Main St Stanford St Ky says Many ago my kidneys began to trouble me My back became so lame that I could not stoop and I slept poorly at nfeht Symetimes an almost retention ot the kidney existed then again I had a desire to pass them When the kidney secretions were voided a burning pain was present I finally lead the good fortune to learn of Doans Kidney Pills and I commenced their use This remedy pave megreat relief and in view of my experience E consider it the best preparation of ics kind I have ever taken I have rec mended Doans Kidney puts to scores of people and everyone has re ported that good results have follow ed their use For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMIlburn Co Buffalo New York soleragents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other 9162t BUCKEYE Mr Harrison Ray is quite ill at this writingMr B Ray of Indiana is with home folks for a few days Mr and Mrs J W Brown visited relatives in Lancaster Sunday Mr and Mrs R I Burton visited thtir parents in Madison Sunday Mr Raymond Ray sold to Dr J S Gilbert his home and Gi acres of land for 32000 Miss Katie Mae Dickerson left to enter the Normal School at Dickerson entertained quite a number of their friends very pleasantly Sunday Mr and Mrs Jno Teatlr Mat Har vey and Mrs Andrew Bogie spent Thursday with Mrs T O Hill We have local and northern seed wheat and seed for sale Hudson Hughes We are glad to report that Mrs Jno Teater who was stricken with paral ysls several mouths ago is able to be out again WORLDS FAMOUS DYSPEPSIA PIE SCMPHOK away Stand Kriressii a few fckfag If you have anything the matter with your stomach you ought to know right now that MINA stomach tablets are guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts Son to cure indigestion or any sickness caused by indigestion such as tne following or money back Sick headache biliousness dizziness nervousness sour stomach of food belching of gas heavy feeling at pit of stomach vosetiog ot pregnancyIf meals dont digest but lie like a lump of lead in your stomach it you have foul breath sad loss of MION tablets will put your stomach is fine shape ia short order If you or say of your faaaily suffer from stomach trouble of any kind 50 cent box of MIOHA stoaacn tablets at rice R 1L McRoberts Son aad druggists everywhere sell MIONA oa loses beak plea I was cured of dyspepsia that had assumed the by the use of MIONA sad I praise MIO9A highly My trouble got e weak a l Berrous so that Icould sot sleep the bowels were coastipatetl and I BM sharp shooting aiM through tae regfoa sad hard doll hack MIO4TA is worth ito weight gold Walter Tefco St Clair Mich iwt the scientitit successful advantages dyes ot outit years complete secretions frequent n Monday RichmondThe timothy k Dma 5IIIes 5IIf in art fermentation aervoas kidney o- t W olM tellyou t appetite slew gets fore y z I Lancaster Wednesday Sept 2 THE MASTER MAGIC TRAVELING CITY OF GLORIOUS NEW SPLENDORS THE PRSDE OF THE SOUTH Popularity known as that Georgia Institution sf Entertainment f a yN s k SUN BROTHERS SUN BROTHERS name i a iruarantec of exrr 1ence It past record is all assurance of stil greater achicvmcnfs in the fut urc each succeeding year their aggregatiun has been augmented and enlarged Novelty Excellence Originality and Progress v en ess are this season the striking characteristics of thrse great uptodat novel shows 200 Illustrious Performers both human and Animal The recognized champions of their class 200 Most 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 Con gress of All Star Clowns A New Show Thru Out New Exploits New Sights New Novelties New Animals All Presented Underneath The Finest Canvas Enclosure Ever Manufactured Seats Provided for Everybody a tf so arranged that each and every auditor will have an unobstructed view of the entire performance Wit h 50000II Will be donated to the charitable institutions of your town and county if any ticket scalpers gam bIers short changers or immoral adjuncts are tolerated about the SUN DKOTII ERS Snows CAN OTHEK SHOWS SAY As MUCH FREEII GREATER PROGRESSIVE At 1230 oclock on the show grounds Wj5j be Off ered entirely free to the public the greatest free outdoor shows and fetes ever projected Will be given Rain or Shine 2 Grand and Complete Performances Each Day at 2 and 8 oclock P M 2 Doors Open fi r the reception of the puBic at 1 and 7 r 31 NOTE The night show is given in all its entiretyand is presented amidst a magnificent glare of ElectroCalcium Generators THE Notional Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DENNY Resident J E STORVIES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Emhry Bookkeeper DIHECTOUS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stones S C Denny J L Gill VV I Williams snows YOU CANNOT STOP the cook from tasting the cake baked with White Swan FLOURIt than ordinary cake that r I I i I i i r 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 bakers in town use it WHY DONT YOU Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop Iprofessional 1Ift n lJ 1MIIA- awr y J J Wstcrait President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER fV CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RieNjey Asst Cashr C D WALKJSK Bookkeeper J J WALKER JB Asst BookKeeper Oflslaess Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention I aJohnson B P Hudson T M Arnold Aex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold 5 r rs Walker 0 H B A DIE OiiS try K GF A plan of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous energy are never found whereStomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless regulators for keen train and strong body 25u at R E MsRoberts Son lin TEATERSYILLE Geo Sebastin spent Thursday with Kirt Tierc- eMrJohnS3basii s ld to Mr Dave Jones a farm for 2500 Mr Farris Agee was the guest of M rs Owen E ist Monday Little Miss Ida Hill was the guest Miss Leunu East Monday Mr Reno East spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Jessie East Mr and Mrs Buford West and little children were guest of Mrs Willie Cotton Sunday Mrs Lewis Bakntan and two daugh ters were guest of Mr and Mrs Charlie Cotton Tuesday night Mr Sidney Lemay and newly wedded wife spent Sunday with her parents of Jessamine County Miss Lizzie Smith has returned to her home at Valley View She hfs been the guest of Miss Florence CJok for several weeks Miss Leano East and little sister Minnie Francis also Lilie Murphy at tended services at Gilead S iturdn and Sunday and were the guest of her sister Mrs Bert Mobley It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swensen of Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Buckl ns A mice Salve cured it sound and well in fallible for Skin Eruptions Ezema Salt Ulieuni Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25o at R E McRoberts Son 1m Mr Noah parsec has erected a silo on his farm Mr John Sutton had a valuable broodmare to die last week William Blanks has returned rom a visit to friends at Hubble Beck sold to Dr Eliott 150 cres of improved land at 60 per acre Miss Susan Allie Dunn began teach a select school at her home Monday weekWe have local and northern seed wheat and timothy seed for sale Hudson Messers George Brown and Arthur Withers left Monday for Shelbyville rent where they will enter school Mr John Prewit fell from a dis tance of several feet while working on hs barn and fractured two or three of his ribs Mrs Sam Flaseldon of Bryantsville remains in a weakened condition from hemorage caused by hay log some teeth extracted- G C Rose sold his unimproved land conutiniug 200 acres at SIOO per acre to Mr Green Bowling who sold to Mrs Sullie Marret 70 acres from same tract f laud at same price The meeting conducted by Rev Jones of Louisville Hebron still continues Up to this time there have been 29 additions and he preaches to an overflowing house every At a business meeting at the church Miss Eugenia Pollard Mr Lejly IlOsjg and M Jenkins were appointed the Mission Committe for the year Miss Sue Sutton was Chairman of Orphans Home Mr J W Woods has just closed a land deal with Sir Hugh of Lexing ton This farm of seventy acres lies on Bryant Station Pike three of a mile from the city limits It is one cf the best equipped dairy farms near Lexington Avoid Trooble Women threatened with a should take Cardni and prevent the frog ble from occmriigI- B your delicate condition it will save you much pain and misery Thousands have tried Cardni before confine and have found it of wonderful benefit tricnd his I un lrs Preston Hughes at M t Mr C appointed quarters mishap eat St t his Y uAltifsBUH1 8l suffering ni lit ensuing Take CARDUI Mrs Fannie Nichols if Hexict Me writes last year I was threatened with a mishap and Wine of Cardui helped me mare than nay fher edicine Now I have a fine healthy toy I think CarOl the finest medicine I know tf for female troubles and I wish all en would try it- Cet Cardni everywhereStY m slattern wit E41E e PAINT LLCK Dr IT J Patrick spent Monday in RichmondMrs Gtiggs is quite sick at this writing Mrs J no Terry has been quite sick for several days Mr O T Terrill is visiting friends in Louisville and Cincinnati Mrs Win lizpatrick is the guest of relatives near Shelby ville Mr Chester Metcalfe iil attend the Barbourville schoolthis term Mrs E L Woods and Miss Hallie returned from Battle Creek MichiganMrs Hendiiek who has been quite sirk for several weeks is able to be up again Alter a weeks visit to his parents Mr Roger Rucker Monday for hi home in Lexington Mr and Mrs Jas Guynn are relatives and attending the expo sition at Cincinnati- Mr W D Hammock is back from Louisville where he purchased his stuck of new fall dry goods Rev Culbert of Louisville filled the putt it at the Baptist church on ac count of Bro Lights illness We have 1 jcal and northern seed wheat and timothy seed for sale Hudson Hughes Mrs Dee Woods of Stanford is vis iting her brother Mr Jerry Iliggim and sister Mrs U L Wallace Mrs George Ballard has rel timer from Cioci inati with a nice line o vl ill i ery which she will handl in the creamery building The following voting ladies left pert Mindav to attend Instituu it Richmond Misses Ethyl and Em na Estridge Sallie Woods Ilaz 1 Patrick and M 1 i Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital orgars like strains on machinery cause lowns You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowls or nerves with out serious danger to yourself If you are weak or rundown or under strain of any kind take Elactsic Bit ters the matchless tonic medicine SIrs J E Van de Sande of Kirkland Ill writes That I did not break down while enduring a must severe strain for three months is due whollj Lo Electric Biters Use them and enjoy health and strength Satisfac tion positively guaranteed 50c at R E McRoberts 1m Mr S S Long is quit ill of typhoid fever Mrs Lee sold a number of hogs to Jesse Fox for 8 Mr Newton Brow is reported ven sick at this writing Mrs Mary Hurt entertained a num ber of friend Monday Miss Virgie Carter left Tuesday to enter school at Midway Mrs Alma Sanders entertained a few of her friends Friday Mr J T Hicks bought some hugs from Preston Snyder for lOc Mr James Prather bought a fat cow from Joe Wirner for 3ic Mrs Nun ui i Ray spent last week i Madison and Buckeye with relative Mr and Mrs John Ray spent last Tuesday with Mr and Mrs M se Ray Miss Anna Turner is in Paris this week visiting relatives and attending the fair Mr Doc Simpson and wife Mr James Simpson and family lust of the week Mr Joe Turner of Lancaster spent Sunday with his friend Mr John Ehx Maston Mrs Bunch Ray Pattie and Mister Elgin visited Mr lud Mrs Harrison Ray of Buckeye Mrs J F Hicks and her mother spent a few days with relatives in Madison last week Mr James Hard irk and wife relatives in Jessauiije last week and attended the fair Little Miss Ora and Vivian of Lancaster spent last week with their cousin Lelia Teater Mr and Mrs Kirby Teater and son Hogan spent Sunday with his uncle James Teater of Jessamine Mr Mal Carter wife and children and Mr and Mrs Lem Ivens spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Raney French Forest Land Eighteen per cent of the entire area of France or about 23000000 acres is forest land NEW AND ARTISTIC SHAPE Bodice Made of Petals Is One of the Distinct Novelties of the Season Among the startling bodices that are worn in the afternoon with vaisted long skirt is one that is made of petals It is quite interesting and very artistic The gown is a dull purple satin cloth the skirt with four scanty circular flounces are sloped sharply across the figure from right to left The material slightly draped at top 5f high and caught at the left side with a buckle of amethysts j The bodice is full over the chest It Is made in tones of purple Is a satin lining of dull purple with silver net then white Lierre lace Over this there are pet als In one tone of purple run downward from collar bone to bust and other petals of black run from top of skirt to bust The sleeves are made in the same way and the stock is of the edged with a bit of gold r I-f Royston be left visit- Ing lI V hurter hi eat 1- 7Joyd e visited little the high waistline covered that lace C Madison mad I fish that velvet t wr t a Q THE LOST LETTER By LAWRENCE ALFRED CLAY It is of no consequence what the misunderstanding was about The lives of young people are full of mis understandings and the more they are in love the thicker the misunder standings come along Cupid sends them as tests Where two people in love cant patch up a misunderstand ing and go ahead and be happier than before they shouldnt marry It a little awkward in this case that Miss Nina Farrand was going on her summer vacation the next morning and so Mr Clingham of the insurance com pany wouldnt have an opportunity to drop in next evening and bring the dove of peace under his arm Miss Nina had as good as said that she wouldnt write a line while she was gone and he had as good as said that his time would be fully occupied with out writing private letters When Miss Nina reached her aunts In the country she found it was five miles from the nearest post office She had given Mr Clingham the ad dress before the spat On the way up there she hoped the distance would be 20 miles for she was cross yet but when told it was only five miles her heart was like lead Five miles to the post office and sometimes the family did not send or go for a whole fortnight Five dusty miles and most of the way uphill and she and Mr Clingham mad at each other If there had been a post office with in ten rods she would have tossed her head and braved It out but five miles She wanted to weep She wanted to write a long letter the day she if only there had been a tele there wasnt Miss Nina waited five long days and then she wrote She had a heart and she wanted to spread it with the ink but it wouldnt do Mr Clingham must be taught a lesson She mentioned that she had arrived that she had found her aunt about as usual that there were hollyhocks in the garden that it was dry weather and that a goose had chased her Mr Jones and his old horse and wagon came jogging along on time and when the letter had departed the schoolmaam felt relieved Indeed she almost felt sure that the farmer would bring her one in return Mr Clingham might simply write that it was his busy day and the city was the comet didnt amount to he was going to the ball game and sign it Your very obedient servant but it would be a comfort She went half a mile up the road to meet Farmer Jones on his return She pretended she was look ing for scenery Got you a letter by got he shout ed at her from a point 20 rods off Yes got you a letter and its in the city Bet its from your fellow Whoa Eph Heres the epistleHe to draw it from the pocket of his old lined duster while the heart of the young lady started up atunking but it wasnt there He searched other pockets He looked into his hat He hunted over the wagon No letter Jerusha but Ive lost It he finally admitted Oh Mr Jones Now dont have a fit young lady The harness busted on me about four miles back and I got down to fix it I must have lost the letter then was right at the foot of a hill and there was a cow looking over the fence Ill start right out in the morn ing and look for it But Im so sorry wailed Miss Nina Som I but dont have a fit The letter will be right there in the morn In the morning when Mr Jones came along Miss Nina insisted on driving along with him He was full of confidence that the letter would be found and when he finally reached the foot of a particular hill he drew rein and said Right here is where the harness busted and right here is where I get down Well find that letter in a Jiffy The fatal spot was reached at last There on a stone the lost letter but Mr Clingham himself She was within twenty feet of him before she saw him They were staring at each other in the most awkward way when a rumbling in the distance was heard From down the road came a cloud of dust and in the midst of could be made out Farmer Jones and his old rig The old horse was on the run and the old wagon was creaking and the farmer was shouting and hold ing a letter up to view He drew nearer He stopped flourished the letter once more and Never lost the thing tall Hole in my pocket and it got into the lining Jest found it an hour ago and came on the gallop The letter was handed down and he turned and headed for home As Iu got along to Miss Ninas aunt she was at the gate to ask Well did you find her Yes Was she tickled about the letter No no very But why Cause shed found something else to be tickled about I guess it was th fellow who wrot the very letter and he was on his ay out to explain something Better got into the Pease end up a big for the H be here within an hour and theyll both made up Profited by Their Dreams Mrs Radcliffe confessed that some of the most thrilling incidents in the Mysteries of Udolpho were by nightmares produced by supping on pork chops Tartini the great vio linist after dining Indiscreetly dreamed that he had made a bargain the devil fcr his souL To prove his powers the evil seized lin and played a sonata of exquisite beauty Tartini awoke with the mu sic ringing in his ears committed the The Devils Sonata f I i I t tiv was James phonebut I dustyand shucksand It- t ling satnot it H shouted- r t x din cr folkstinspired- e with onto music it as I p E 3 schoolteacher arrived postmarked a via to paper and published 4s ITS ALL RIGHT EITHER ONE IS ALL RIGHT t Nearly everybody knows this J Do You I Company I Phone 47 to1oI ooIoHt o E t I I zMHi J a R Ailli iff Q iUJ eU Li ofCL rFt B r i 6arrard Milling r IiIIIltlIIIIIIIII r r k or- WJfltLOi v a A I BE o n t 1iil lliJlin u IorI of the weather or of the good nature of your neiglI ill I hors Stop ill and order your coal now while the e tit aL t a thermometer is high and the price Iov The man who J waits till frost to order his coat pays good and plenty for GREATEST EVER SOUTH I Magnificent a d Mammoth Hun Tmes- M re to see Amuse than Ever Offered at Southern Exposition 10000 in Purses for Running and Trotting Race 10000 in Aerial Exploitation by machines of Wright Brothers Sfrnbel and other Aeronaut See the AirShips 25000 in Matchless Fireworks Grand Battle of the Cloud and Pains lwFfl of Promaeii- Mulhalis Famous Wild West and 25 Other Shows oC Note Greatest Bands in all America REMEMBER THESE SPECIAL DATES Live Stock and Races September ir Night Horse Show September B Septembers and Pet Stock Show September 27 to I Poultry Show October 5l Wright Brothers Air Ship Days September 222 Sroebels Diriihle Raloon Every Diy September 12 Pains Fire Works Every Evening September 12 to October 1 Battle of the Cl mds September 192f Fall of Pompei September Admission to grounds 5Octs in Day After 6 p m 25cts Special railroad rates every day and remarkably low rates to Knoxville and return on Tuesday and Thursdays as follows LANCASTER 365 STAN FOID 350 JUNCTION CITY 770 SEE THIS GREAT EXPOSITION W J PRESIDENT When you think of building see the Danville Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished i lIt VIIS I Imbnr 9 giT Co 1 ill lial II Ii Ri i- Irj 1r ff1 Apoal6C Ian rII sf HELD IN THE f J Knoxville spt 12 to Oct I I i I j I S If I i1 uu 1Jl IShow t IPigeon u u I to Oct i I toOtoberl I 1 I IIJ 1 L OLiVER J i i lumDcr Man facturing CU i J 1 r- a1allcistEf IL JATennt r t nch 1 I L p i 4 i 1 4 t ANNONii NNS iNNN THE prescription department is really what makes a firstclass drug store and we pride ourselves on ours Absolutely pure drugs compounded by expert who follow physicians that is what makes our the attending physician and the patient The other the store are conducted oc a equally high Our soda fountain makes a specialty of rich rxl refreshing FANTAZServed la a variety of attractive ways H E Me Roberts Sun instructions to the letter1 the favorite alike of of p t- Z4 1 pharmacists your sparkling i r- EACH DAY BRINGS THE ARRIVAL OF 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 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 r na 4 i NEV PALL MERCHANDISEI t r Y Q I obtained I GI S 1 j Ii s7 r I v i i About 1 Peole A Brief Mention cf the Comings and Miss Xnrma Elaiore is in Richmond visiting relatives Yr 13 Mason was a visitor in Danville Tuesday 7IiiS M try Reed left Monday to en ter school at Midway T K Watson visited relatives in Crab Orchard Sunday Ed Walker made a business trip of several days in Shelby ville Misses Uel la and Allie Arnold were visitors 10 Danville Saturday S Johnson and children are in Louisville spending a week Jesse Arnold has returned to Frank fort after a visit Lo honiefolks O U Terrill of Paint Lick is Mr and Mrs Givens Terrill Miss Katie McKenner of Richmond is the guest of Mrs L K Miller R U Batsouism Louisville visiting his son Judge Homer W Batson Mr Collins Harmon of Pi Ltsburg Pa is visiting Miss Sue Shelby Mison Miss Martha Kavanaugh left Monl day tj attend school ia Tennessee Miss Dunn is at Crab Orch ard for a recuperative stay Young Mr Jagoe of Cadiz is here visiting his sister Mrs D W Bridges Mr and Mrs II C Hamilton were in the Fall City for several days stay Miss Sadie Cecil of Danville is the truest of Misses Kate and Lillian Kin naird Mr Jack Adams the Jail ers Association in London the past weekMrs Sarah Hurt left Saturday visit to friends in Danville and Lex ingtonMrs Fisher Herring of Preachers yule was the Misses Grant Monday Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard has been beau a visitor to the Misses ArnoldMiss Rella Arnold is in Louisville this week attending the Millinery openingThe Rankin are at home a pleasant visit to relatives in SomersetMrs Dunlap left the first of the week for several days stay in the Falls City O W Shugars has returned to ianapolis after a visit lo his father and Miss Mlle A mold left for Pittsburg Pa where she will teach j theis year MrO M Ssorge of Mississippi has been a guest for several days at the KengarlanMrs Elniore is at home from a visit to relative iu Versailles and RichmondMiss Kinnaird has been in Stanford as the guest of Miss phine Warren Miss Margaret Arnold left enter Madison Institute at Rich mond Kentucky Mrs Allen and children of La Grange are here for a visit to Mr and Mrs J R Mount Dr and Sirs G C Farris and little son of Colorado are here the guests of the Misses Gill Mrs Della Arnold has returned from a visit to relatives in Middle burg Casey county Miss Angie Kinnaird has again ac cepted in the D and D in Danville Miss Julia Higgins and Mr Bennett of Richmond made an auto trip to Lancaster Saturday D Walker George Harris and k IL 7 5J R luot1g5 LyTh c Wz krc Intzrcstcd InitR IrE Mrs1 I I I I for a4 visiting after s Tuesd IY I Tuesday- t a posit ion W o visiting t Georgic Spins attended d mud sister Josef 1 l Institute 1 i r t Louis Gill re enjoying several days visit in 15s Messrs J W Elmore and S C Den nv attended the bankers convention in Louisville Monday Mr and MJS George Robinson of Danville have been visiting Mrs West and family Ir and Mrs have re turned from a pieaseiit slay at Lock No S Kentucky river Miss Nancy Walker left this wtek to enter Randolph Macon Collage at Lynchburg Va Mrs Julio Clirisltnan Jr and childr en and Mrs B Kelly of Richmond are viing Mrs N Miler Miss Bertha Burnt ide left Tuesday to visit her aunt Mrs Charles McGu gin of Mt Vernon Ohio Eld F M Tiider left this week for a htiy of several weeks in Texas and otuur Southern states Misses Miry Rankin and Margaret Arnold left Tuesday to matticulate at the Madison Female Institute Messrs R L Ekin Brannon Beaz ley B Burton and R E Me Rob erts are attending the State fair Misses Dave and Samuel Newell of Oklahoma have been visiting their sister Mrs Jesse Fox and family Mr and Mrs A F Sanders and daughter Miss Bertha are enjoying a stay at the State fair Louisville Mr and Mrs John lull Bertie Wal ker and Iva lliney are attending the State fair in Louisville this week Mr and Mrs 11 L Arnold and children Robert Jrand Cabell are in Louisville attending the state fair Messrs Thomas Austin and T B Walker left the past week for a recu perative stay at Battle Creek Mich Mrs McWiiorter and daughter ills IMoilie of Paint Lick were guests of Mr and Mrs W is Carrier Saturday Miss Sephia Cooper of Harriman Tenn arrived here Monday and liar charge of Miss Arnolds millinery ston Mesdames EdwJue New York and M F Elkin Lexingtoi have been Mrs Samue Charles Doty Bright has returned to his home in Bellvue Ky after a pleasent visit to his aunt Miss Lena Bright Mayor II T Logan and wife are ex pected home this week from a bridal trip to New York and other interest ing cities Miss Saphronia Fox has accepted a line position to teach in Oklahoma She left Tuesday to enter upon her Mrs Quincy Gray and little daugh ters of Connersvilie Iud were for several days of Mr and Mrs A K Walker Mrs John E Stmnes was hostess at the card club the past week As usual Stormes was charming in hospitality Mrs George M Patterson and daughter Miss Grace Helen are at home again after a protracted visit to relatives in Chicago Mrs J Roa Young and daughter Mss Helen are at home atter a visit of several weeks to Mr and Mrs J S Bowman of Lewis county Miss of Miysvlle Ky will have charge of the trimming de partment at Millinery Store for the Fall Season Rev and M O P Bush Mrs Alex Walker and Rev J E formed an auto party that were at the Crab Orchard Springs Saturday Mrs Ben Ballard who has been vis iting Mr and Mrs Geo Ballard joined her husband In Danville Sunday and returned to their home Cincinnati Mrs F W Miles and children and Mrs II D Bowers nee Miss Francis Henry of El Dorado Ark are visit ing their parents Mr and Mrs S B HenryMrs J B Paxton and little son James have returned to their home in Stanford after a short visit to Mrs Paxtons parents Mrs A C Robinson Irvin I Re- becca iton I I I W rioouz of recent ucst of Salter new her Estille Hall Mrs Kinnaird Martin Mr and 3napr M W rid again duties visitors Mrs Pooling Tobacco In Garrard County A large crowd of tobacco growers met at Union last Tut s day night to discuss the pooling situa tion in this county Mr James Burn side and Mr Steve Walker were se to carry the pledge book in the Union precinct Messrs J Wade Walter Ernest and James Woods were selected to pool the tobacco in the Paint Lick ssction With such good men as these working in the in terest of the pool it will be considered by a number of other people of that vicinity Mr Wilson who represents the Society states that several other solicitors will be placed in the various precincts of Garrard county at once as it is important that a good report be sent in from this county by Sept 27th as the disiiict board will be in session at Lexington that day and will take a vote on the question as to whether the pool should be declared ou or off He also states that he will have a big tobacco meeting in Lan caster on next county court day Church Year Ends Dr Pearce closes the second year of Pastorate in Lancaster McKendree Charge this week and will conduct his last service for the Church Year next Sunday 11 a m official reports for the year submitted the Annual Conference of Churches of Ky meet Harrodsburg on following Wed nesday 20 iust The following trust have been served as Pastorate by Dr Pearce in years bast in Versailles Nicholasville Dan vilie Somerset Lancaster in all of these the work was advanced He also served a term as State Superintend ent of the American Bible Society of New York and was stationed in Louisville during duties in that rela tion In 1873 appointed by GovLes lie as Kentucky Commissioner and went to International Exposition in Europe at Vienna Austria 183691 President of Kentucky State Chata iqua at Lexington 1895 1900 Presi iant Ky Weslyean College 1901 Gen Delegate ol M E Church youth to World Conference London Eng 1908 placed on the National tee of the American Church Fed ration of 28 christian denominations Prices Long Ago Washington Post A news item from Pennsylvania tells of how somebody in the old an archaeologist has made discovery of a protest against high prices in 1804 It seemes that the charge for a meal of victuals at the tavern in Butler Pa in 1804 was 25 cents and the cost of half a pint of whiskey 15 cents and an earnest and sjlemn protest was made against the extortion that such prices then meant though they seem ridiculously low a century later At that time the trav eler overtaken by nightfall at the hamlet was charged but 25 cents for supper breakfast and lodging and the provender shelter and grooming of his horse was a matter of course and computed in the charge of 25 cents Certainly he was expected to give the boy who blackened his boots 5 cents as much or twice as much to tLe host ler who took care of his horse tut that was a matter of taste and not of obligation Whiskey was sold him over the bar at 5 cents a glass a quan ity that would make two outrageous drinks The one serious trouble about our present high prices is that stand somewhere Tie Seven Waders ifThe WtrU Woman II Woman III Woman IV V Woman VI Woman VII Good Deeds Live On Every noble life leaves the fiber of it interwoven into the fabric of the world Ruskin Mound City Paints may cost a trifle morebutl C C J E Stormes I Schoolhouse ted t I I I J I I I I I ingat Ky Covin ton WInches- ter Comm 1 commonwealth I highwaymen I Woman WomanPuck 1I let undoubtedly Burley Paris CHANCE FOR THE BOYS Prizes Offered at State Fair to Best Judges of Live Stock Live stock judging by students and farmer boys will be witnessed at the Kentucky State Fair of 1910 One of the contests is open to all boys of the state Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankin offers to the farmer boys 100 to be used as a scholarship in the agricultural department of the State university for the best written judgment of horses cattle swine and sheep exhibits Another set of prizes aggregating 50 will be offered to the students of the State university The sum is divided into five premiums These specials are intended to en courage the youth of Kentucky in the science of live stock judging Excursions to Louisville Excursion rates will prevail on all railroad and steamboat lines entering Louisville during the week of the Kentucky State Fair September 12 17 The depots are located on street car line giving rapid transit to and from the State Fair grounds Louis vales hotel and boarding house are equal to every emergency and visitors will find that an excursion to the states metropolis can be easily and inexpensively made Preparation for Life The proper school in which to bring up a boy is the school of hardness Division of Worlds Money If all the money in the world were equally divided among civilized people every person would get 30 as his share Public Sale As administrator of the estate of David Chenault deceased I will offer for sale publicly on the premises on Irvine pike one mile from Richmond at ten oclock a m on Wednesday Oct 5 1910 The beautiful suburban home and about 30 acres of land This land is as fertile as can be found anywhere in the State of Kentucky and would pro duce the finest tobacco On this land is a modern eight room residence with all necessary outbuildings and abun dance of fruit and wuter At same time and place will also sell household and kitchen furniture some hay corn and farming implements carriage cow etc TERMS The real estate will be sold onethird cash balance in one and two years interest at rate of six per cent from date until paid Personal prop erty 10 and under cash over 10 pay able Jan 1 1911 without interest Possession will be given on day of sale if desired For further particu lars call on Mrs David Chenault at the farm C F Cbenault near by or write J W Elmore admr Ky Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer 9163t YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Fresh oysters at Zimmers Call 17 for fresh oysters B Zimmer Fresh meat every day W D Wal ker tt Best 992t ts R L Hagan Bring me your produce I pay high est price W D Walker It I am agent Magazines Call and 92tf- r I am standing onfJersey bull for 100 cash Elkin Star Brand shies afcost Hagan FOB SALE A spcttebT pony 18 months old L E Herron The Taxes for now due and in order to thrush later on come and settle same 91641 G T Ballard Sheriff accommodations l or see me Mrs fly L 9 92t VR L Nttice l in Lancaster flour 80 Brow B are save 1 Let me draw for a mod ern and giving price and specification for building same Miss Bettie Anderson I am in the market at all times for fat and feeding jnules also for horses See me 95 before you sell W B Burton Having decided to I will sell my grociers dry goods and shoes for cash ining Saturday September continue until sold out 992t R L Hagan Farm For Safe 102 acres welliinproved handsome baick residence with eight locm one mile from Bryantsville on the Lexington pike Address 9 2 8t G T Higginbothm Having purchased HugqxKioter Lad from the head of Crawford Bros herd of pure St Lamberts we offer his ser vice at 500 at leap with privilege of returning cow Walker Bros Point Leavell Ky City Taxes Past DM All city taxe were due on March 1st and I must all who have not so far to me at once and settle up j L E Herron i 994t City Marshal I Farm For Sale 45 Acres sandstone i level Im proved W Q vVearren 9 9 4t TJcCreary Ky Farm for Sale On next County Couit day Monday September 2G 1910 at 2 in the afternoon we will for sale the tract of land the William sed 58 acres with all out buildings to Comley place c dwelling house highest bidder William Simpson Administrator 8265tpd Judson Ky WANTED Cosmopolitan 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 references H C Campbell Magazine 1789 Broadway i New York City A Good PositiM and ladies in the field of Wireless or 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 70 to 90 per month with good chance of advancement The National Tele graph Institute operates six official institutes in America under supervi sion of R R and Wireless Official and places all graduates into positions It will pay you to write them for full details at Cincinnati 0 or Philadel phia Pa 995t Private 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 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 ral route fronts road 200 yards from school house good five room house and other buildings at the intersec tion of four roads mile from rail road also chickens turkeys and other fowls One good harness mare one good milk cow with 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 paymentsMrs Tabitha C Doty 694t Lancaster Ky I upt i I II I cation i I I cst 101910 audI II i sist pal ome 01 lock known s I ce I representative Cosmopolitan I ICan be had by ambitious young men I Railway Richmond rue i your lays home phone change stock at ben that off r g ALWAYS SOMETHING New and Novel AT rowersNever so extreme or high priced as to be out and never so common as to be out of fashion Style quality and the very latest up todate designs are the winning features in our line of House Furnishings Young couples and those interested in home beauty and comfort find many things to please Rugs and Carpets The growing demand for Rugs was never better illustrated than In the great line we are showing this fall All the different Weaves Sizes Colors and Designs are here endless variety Now is the time to buy while the as sortment is largest and the as low If not lower than ever 9x12 Axminister Rug 1500 9x12 Tapestry Rug 1000 600 9x12 Matting Rug 500 9x12 Granite Rug 400 46x66 Axminster Rug 700 3x6 Axminster Rug 350 27x60 Axminster Rug 250 106x12 Axminster Rug 2500 106x12 Tapestry Rug 1600 9x12 Seamless Wilton Velvet Rug 2250 9x12 Seamless Axminster Rug 2000 C F Brower Co Carpets Furniture Draperies Wall Paper Pictures and Art Goods Corner Main and Broadway Lexington Kentucky Type UpToDate and Nothing But Good Material Used ADVERTISING RATES Within the Reach of Your Pocketbook Our Circulation Goes to all the Homes o ofreach andadmire in 9x12 Crex Rug i n I w r Is z prices 1 1 515 u I W AJUNJT I JTTEXTIOM 10 rtPlnTl a of values good judgment in buying s abil y to ne adapt means to needs with the least loss are points In a good business man Should lucy be any less the qualities of the cljbusekeeper Tapioca as a This starchy food comes to us In several forms and may be used in place of gelatine as a thickening for different dishes at much less expense The flake tapioca should be soaked several hours the pearl may be soaked or not while the fine granules Ere used without soaking A very nice dessert which is well liked Is prepared by soaking onehalf cupful of tapioca then cooking in ono pint of boiling water until transpar ent Add a little salt and sugar If de sired Pour this around cored pared apples placed in a dish have the cen ters of the apple filled with nuts raisins or jelly flake until the apples are tender serve warm with cream and sugar A variation of this recipe may be made by using strawberries sliced peaches bananas or oranges served cod Fruit juice may be added to the tapioca then pour Into molds and gar iiish when serving with the fresh fruitFor tapioca sponge Heat one pint of fruit juice and water In a double boiler and stir in onefourth of a cup of tapioca Cook 15 minutes or until clear Add onehalf cupful of sugar and a pinch of salt Fold in the beaten whites of two eggs let the mixture cook a moment or two long er then turn into molds to set Serve with a soft custard made with the yolks of the eggs a cup of sweetened and flavored with al mond Tapioca Pudding Scald one pint of milk and gently into it onefourth of a cup fine tapioca stirring all the time When it begins to thicken add one teaspoonful of butter one egg beat en onefourth of a cup of sugar Fla nutmeg Pour into a but tered pudding dish and bake in a very moderate oven for about 30 minutes or until firm like a custard Serve hot or cold Egg may be omitted and raisins dates or other fruits may be added Damp Weather Dentists say that damp weather in creases their business 50 per cent ANTIQUE SETTINGS IN FAVOR Designs for Necklaces Go Far Back to the Days cf Our An cestors One sees on every hand wonderful necklaces antique or imitation These are worn by women who could put on a row of pearls or diamonds without depleting the jewel casket Some are worn by women who have no other kind of jewelry to display Of course the jewelers are remount ing stones into this fashion and offer ing new ones to catch the artistic buyer j Small pearls are very much in favor strung in festoons caught with medal lions of quaint workmanship Many of these have been planned by the wearers and carried out by amateur metal workers who are now widely in demand Even diamonds or emeralds are set in odd mountings with the gem partly covered so that all atten tion is given to the metal workman ship j DAINTY BATISTE WAIST j j milk hake I var with I for Teeth I j I I I I Dessert- a 71i Eo i This dainty waist is of fine batiste made with clusters of tucks and trimmed with bands of swiss embroid ery and with Valenciennes lace WHEN AFRAID TO SHAMPOO Hair May Be Brushed and Scalp 1 Rubbed if One Is Sensitive to Cold Sone women whose hair Is thick and who are sensitive to cold dread having their hair shampooed frequent ly To keep the scalp clean under snch conditions great care is neces sary Brush the scalp carefully dividing the hair into strands This loosens all dandruff which should be shaken from the hair by loosening It and holding It at arms length Rubbing the scalp with a sponge SIpped in witch hazel is a good for a regular shampoo There are aiso certain proprietary prepara tions for scalp cleansing and dandruff removing which do not necessitate iroctfac tie long hair I I substitute cd- 11Ir1PROVltMENT FACTORS FOR ROAD Climate Is Important Matter to Con Road Forms Should Have Good Crown By W L The climate is a factor of impor tance for the road builder to consider In the eastern sections where the soil is plastic the rains are most abundant while in the western sand hills the climate is semiarid and quite strong south winds prevail These conditions introduce an important matter for con sideration Sand roads are best when wet and clay roads when dry but conditions operate adversely and must be taken into consideration seriously The rains make the eastern roads muddy while dry weather makes of the western roads deep shift ing sand The suggestion offered by this natural condition is to add sand to the eastern clays and clay to the western sands in order to bring about i BUILDER siderAll j climatic I I SPOON j I An Excellent Roadway between the soil and the climate the balance necessary for the betterment of the roads Additional is afforded by the natural distri bution of the material which in most cases is abundantly provided for all neads In the eastern portion where rains are abundant the question of is very important and more over a greater percentage of sand Co to So per cent must be used while in the west in the semiarid section the reverse proper j tion is not only permissible but often necessary In the east the road must meet as its supreme test continued wet weather while in the west con tinned drought furnishes a maximum strain on the binding power of the clay In the east the road is likely to fail by reason of mud holes and washes In the west it must resist pulverizing and blowing away as dust Between these two extremes lie all the possible methods of sandclay road construction Upon the of the supervisor therefore de the character of the work to be dene He should know how to select the best available clay for the encouragement drainage san llill judgment pen s I i I I j I I i I I I Expensive to a Farmer conditions to be met and likewise how to select the sand and incorpo rate it with the clay so as to obtain the best possible results All forms of hard roads should have a good crown varying from side to center The slope of the crown should be greatest at the sides and flattened as it approaches the center Only a sand road requires no crown at all Where nothing but deep sand prevails the surface should be concave for the purpose of con serving as far as possible the mois ture Sand alone is improved by water Habits of the Mole The mole is a stout thickset ani maleating insect living underground where it burrows with wonderful and constructs galleries often of great extent and complexity The mole is the most voracious of mam mals and if deprived of food is said to succumb in from 10 to 12 hours Moles have been seen by various ob servers as if maddened by hunger to attack animals nearly as large as themselves such as birds lizards frogs and even snakes If two moles are confined together without food the weaker is invariably devoured by the stronger They take readily to the water A DryWeather Crop There are few seasons so dry that wellcultivated milo maise will not yield a fair crop of grain It will produce 15 bushels per acre of grain under conditions so dry that corn will be a total failure In favorable seasons it produces more grain than corn with 9 greater feed value The only really successful garden is the clean garden Johnnys Disappointment Suicides in the New York parks are of such common that the small children with their nurses grow to look for them What do you think a tot of a girl said to her mother coming home from her park outing Johnny heard a shot but he couldnt find the body anywhere Exchange European Farmers Association All over Europe farmers associa tions exist for the handling of farm products commercially facility I occurrence f OOlMtAD ilJivhl errr Cut the hay at the proper time Much depends upon the manage ment The hen wants plenty of freedom and plenty of food Every days start the weeds get means two to catch up The defects of the sow are as sure ly transmitted as are the strong points The man with the largest crop is the man who attracts the most A breeder must know how to breed how to feed and how to heed every need of his stock Give spinach plenty of rich manure in the fall and a heavy coating of mulch It will keep all winter One years seeding makes seven years weeding is very true of the soil of a wellfertilized garden Never pick berries for market when they are wet And when picked hur ry them to a cool place out of the sun If it is possible the quarters for the sheep should be so arranged that the sun can shine in all or most of the dayThe nonlaying hen is the one that takes on fat and such should be made as fat as possible In a short time and sold Plant sorghum to carry your hogs over summer It Is a splendid soil ing crop for pigs and should not be neglected Care must be taken not to allow the cream in ripening to become too sour for the butter takes and keeps the flavor of the cream Cultivate sweet potatoes well before the vines spread over the rows If you neglect this you will have diffi culty in eradicating weeds While you are enjoying ripe fruits do not neglect to can and preserve enough for winter use You will need it when fresh fruits cannot be hadIt is poor economy to permit colts to follow their dams over the fields this hot weather Keep the colts in the pasture while their mothers are in the harness Protein promotes growth of bones and muscles Young animals require plenty of protein to develop properly Cotton seed meal wheat shorts and gluten meal furnish protein In dry times harrowing the plowed surface at the end of each half days work will aid greatly in conserving soil moisture and in keeping the ground from becoming cloddy Killing weeds is but one object of cultivating corn While important to kill weeds the preservation of mois ture in the soil is equally so and is done by shallow and frequent Cuttings of hardwooded plants should be started to rooting in mid summer when the new growth begins to harden Almost any hardwooded plant can be propagated by cuttings with proper treatment Cool your milk as soon as you can after milking It you cant do it way pour it from one pail to an other out where the pure fresh air will strike it But aerators are not very expensive at present Most of us can afford one A sow that Is expected to produce sound vigorous pigs and bring them to the feeding point must have a good boiler to supply the necessary fuel to make food She must be able to di gest her food in large quantities and if she has a weak or pernickity she will fail Pigs coming any time in March or April will be ready for the September or October market If they are kept on a good clover or blue grass pasture this spring and summer with milk shorts and corn for feed they will make a thrifty growth and be in good condition for finishing In the falL Count the cost of raising a calf till it Is three years old then figure up what it costs to raise a good three yearold colt Opposite the cost of each place the sum it would sell for at that age note the clear profit on each and you wont be slow in looking around for some good wellbred brood mares Childish Imsgnrtjon William Lyon Phelps Yales bril liant professor of English literature said at a luncheon It is imagination that makes great as powerful as a childs And what is so powerful as the Imagination of chil dren A little girl I knew was with her doll when the bell rang That Is visitors said her mother Take your doll and run upstairs dear Oh mamma dont speak so loud exclaimed the little girL 1 try as hard as ever I can to prevent her from finding out she is only dolll attention I t cultivation another stomach artimagination playing a Farm and Stock The best land for strawberries is a sanely loan Rike up and burn all rubbish Let no weeds o to seed Just received unuther car load of NORTHERN SEED RYE Hudson lTu jhcs- IleriTy Let Lou of Nicholas county recently sold 62 head of 1 500 pound cuttle to Monte Fox of Danville for a New York butcher at 7 cents a A reliable authotity on horses says that the gray Jives the longest and the roans comes next in order Blacks seldom live to be over twenty and creams rarely live more than ten or fifteen ycar u h olitnn d m or cotton the season ilian ever before in it hisory The money value of the crop uot including cotton seed products amounted 778894 095 Missouii will again take her plice among corn States of the union this year estimated that she will furnish one tenth of the ei tire yield of the country aver 200000 000 bushels ok out for frost late this month Tomato vines etc may be protected cold nights by a of straw newspapers cloths etc Oi tields smudge lires il often save a crop from frost damage Twelve acres of tobacco ready to cut belonging to Frank Bobitt near Dan yule Ky was half washed away and the balance seriously damaged when Hanging Fork creek got out of it banks near Peytons Well The loss will be about 1200 During tile first two months of this year England exported 9058 horses compared with 9427 the previous year Most of them went 10 Belgium and Holland Their aggregate value was SG44330 compared with 601530 for the largest number shipped out in tbe previous year A number of crops of tobacco in Nichclas county are reported having been sold in the field to buyers are to take them in winter order at prices ranging from 812 to 18 hundred It is reported that in some contracts the growers are indemnified against loss by frost Duty to Self Do what thy manhood bids thee do from none but self expect applause he noblest lives anti noblest dies who makes and keeps his selfmade laws The Kasidah 0 o oooocoo c ooo oo x q x c FARMERS COLUMN J000 O oooo oooflecooco xfcs rfpacc below this heading is for the exclu sire use of our farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer ciimiot afford to silver tie No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only iu two issues of the RECORD free of charge For cheap pasture long grass and pure water apply J A Conn Jr At Loge Harris placp FOR SALE Sever Durock Boar i s all eligible to registerJ Elmore Five thoroughbred South Down Bucks for sale J M Cress Preacuersville Kv Phone 3 8 G LOST Large black sow with torn place in one ear If found report to me and receive reward jut W Simpson Judson Ky Public Sale Large Blue Grass Farm Stock arid Farm Implements I will sull mj place of 7S4 acres situated two miles from Nlcliolasvillc Ky on the Union Mills pike on Thursday Sept 22 1910 This place into twelve tracts with three tracts reserved on which Is the Iattoii house us follinr Tract No 1 contains 50 acres ou which is a good spring Ho 2 contains CO acres und watered by pond No 3 contains j 0 acres good soil and will produce crop No 4 contains 72 acres good spring lo acres of tobacco lund No 5 contains 65 acres has tine wter and on this plot is u seveuroom brick house good dry cellar fourstall stable and ah other necessary outbuildings No 0 contains liacres und is grass and has fine water No 7 contains 15 acres line spring water No 8 contains 25 acres suit has line spring of water No contains 3il acres and has running water No 10 contains 10 acres und has good No 11 contains H7 acres line running water from Weudovers spring 40 ares in blue grass No 12 contains 124 acres and is suitable for any crop and lavs well water about half Of this tract is in blue 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 In one of the most desirable places to live in the whole county and has school church cud railroad close mid ou the prospective Interurban line to Richmond These tracts will be sold as a whole In or der named and then resold as follows Tracts No 1 2 and 3 as a whole tract No 4 jib It whole tracts No 1 2 3 and 4 as a whole tracts 8 9 aud 10 as a whole and tracts No 11 mid 12 the home place separately then all of the tracts with the ft 6 711 and 12 will be sold as a whole A twentyloot road touches each tract of laud Everybody Is in vited to inspect this farm Posses sion for seeding purposes given at once Each tract of land will surveyed by the county surveyor TERMS ON LAND Onehalf balance in two aud three years with interest on defer red payments at U per cent per annum Stock and Farm Implements too Southdown sheep 2 brood 1 mare with mule colt at 2 work horses 2 young geldings plows harrows Wheat drills culti ValeTs double hovels roller etc TERMS Under 10 cash over that amount six months time with a good note bearing cent interest Stock and implements will be sold at the home place at 10 am cud land sale will on tract Nol in the Patton place Both Phones HENRY C MTJIB Route lNicholasyiUe Ky r l mud th t The S re mon y in t the greatS Ill large wno per o 0 0 i be cut i extra COil tmienc gardenvery mares be- gIn rear of OUt past cove lug ttlll croii cash a- Il t j I Sale f Land1 GAKUAKD CIRCUIT COUKT T E Wheelers Ikhvs Plaintiffs vs T E Wnetlirs Heirs Defendants In ouedsetice to a judgement of tIle Gdrrard Jircait Court reudeml as its regular June lUlU in the above styled case 1 as Master Comuii i jyer ut the Garrard Circuit Couit vi I on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2Gth 1010 between ten oclock A jr aud two ociock i 31 ia tile regular county ciurt nay for sai i county for said muni h sell to the highest bidder at the court house dour in Lat caster Garrard Kentucky the lieu inatt r described real estate Staid estate lies in Garrard county Kentucky on Paint Lick Jrcek Iud is bounded as follows Tract No 1 wlusn is called in the judgment of sale the 34acre tract is bounded as follows Keginnhu ft point in middle of dirt road leading from to Piirt Lick point is 10 links of a stone pointer thence Vy copied frrm to E recorded aLeb ok No 10 page 205 with imphalf rfpyree df cHnitlMn pprrl down s drain S lTi E 2775 chiiins to a rm a branch corner to sumo and K ROKS th ncp down tip hranch with to sad Rotc X E 1 01 chains to doiiMfi thorn tree nt of brand S GO E OfifJ chains a rock Cfirnpr in siid hrsinch thpntp down branch N S2 E 3 00 rh ins S 77 E 355 chains to a stones 88 E 400 chain to a stake on the South sir of stllh u f branch cornet to T E Wheet trb ij acre tract auf V A VhfCier thence wuh division line to 2G acre iraci up a Mil N J W i 58 to to small vuMc oans K 41 V 400 chuins to a stale N 31 i W 1150 chains ttike N 17i W 558 chains to a point in Hue to dower a new corner Miurce with dower line N 54 W 115U a puiit 4 feet North or the niiJtil before mentumed dirt road with said road S 72J W 125 chuitS to the bei im io cuntaminy 3228 acres Tract l o 2 whidi is called in the j jiid tnert t f sate time tract i is hounded as follows j Baifim i at t stone 0 feet Xorth of an sancitjr or the East rie of a drain I adini In stil hue branch comer to John Wheeler thence with his line S 3H E 871 chains to a stake on the East side of draii S 7i E 57o chait s to a stake on tIle South side of still house brand corner to the 34 acre tnic thence up a hi 1 with said tract ST 3 W 5S rhains lo two smaii j white raN N 4 W 400 chains t stake N 34i W 1150 chains to a sts kf N 17i W558 chains to a point in j to dower a new cower thence with dower line S 54 E 1440 chains to i point in line to John Wheeler and cot j tier to dower thence with said Join Wheeler S 48 W350 chains to the he containing 1674 acres The aforesaid two traits whet thrown together are bounded as fol lows Beginning at a point in the middle of a dirt lOad leading front t Paint Lick Creek said point is 10 links North of a stone pointer iherco by calls copied from je to J E Stormes recorded in hunt No 10 pujie 2C with applied down a drain 15 13 k E 2775 chins to stone on a branch corner to same and Win A thence down the branch with lines to Ross N 73 E 1 l chairs double thorn tree at North eri of branch S GO E 9GO ciiai s to a rod cornea in brand down branch N vS2 E 300 chain S 77 E 355 chains to a stour S SSi E 4CO chains to a stake on Stint h si le i t ill Ht us branch corner to T E Wheeler anri W A Wheeler thence with 36 acre triii t N 7i W to a stke on east side of drai NJli W 871 chains t a StOOP 9 feet North uf an nn East side of drain thence up a hill N 48 E 350 chains Jo a stake in line to John Wheeler and a now corner to the dower thence new division line to said lower N 54 W 2500 chains to a point 4 feet north of uirldle of before mentioned road with said road S 72i W 125 chains t the beginning containing TERMS sale will be made 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 ti execute lvj d with good secwiy t Mister for the purchase money bearing interest at six per per annum from day of sale till paid up on which bonds execution mav issue f not paid at awl 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 setMintr 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 ITjintitT Sept 7 h 1910 There is more wornout land in the NewEngland and Mildle States than there is tillable land in Japan lIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Sept 11 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 1 33 3115 KW1 Shipments 75 S35 Ctf- CATTUS Shippers 5 PIXSTCfr Butcher steers 3 Good to choice 5 OOg 5 91 Common to fair 3 25 5 90 Heifers extra SOCgS 10 Good to choice 4i l in Common to fair 25CKJ 1 JO Cows extra 4 7oP CO Good to choice 4 li 4 Ki Common to fair 23V4 CO Canners 2 TO3 00 Bulls balognas 3 CO 4 40 Extra 1 404 50 Fat bulls 4 234 75 CALVES extra 10C Fair to good S 00 0 75 Common and large 4 50 8 CO HOGS good packers and butchers 95X9 70 Mixed packers 9 50 ft5 Stags 5 50750 Common to choice heavy fat sows 6 f0 S 50 shippers 955tt 70 Pigs 110 Ibs and less 6 CO 9 70 SHEEP extra Good to choice 4 03 3 253 CO Common to fair 1 753 15 LAM S vxtra TOO Good to choice 5 CO tf 75 Coon to fair 3 75 5 85 I rt tEj I n r9 iJUUUnU sOhfj y LatIn being real I Nina North car mortgage J Storm in I 73 t I chatty to it chain tu of i lie I 3 acre I IiI Nina itmor g tuna I 01 bal f 11 1 elder anat mn a l sid to a sid t ittnet f75 hairs elm dii t 4902 Sid Commissioner until i n extra 6 t Light t Coo ii a 51 nor Writ lines Nor hedge elm ginning tage floss acres the cat v OO j C i wagons look pretty much alike ivhen finished pilntetl ana varnished How are you going to knor what sort of timber is UNDER THE PAINT Sven ifyon were a wagon expert you couldnt tell There is only otto way Buy a wagon built by a maker you is reliable For nearly sixty years the House of Studebaker has main tained a reputation for building the best wagons made and for absolutely honest dealing II lfa know K I ttt t 1- LTnder 4e 1ain cAll fPI VTien know you can depend on 1 IJjT iaw v you the why take vilh 027 oiaer We sell and gtarsnice tie Lancaster Ky Why not buy milk from the Dairy MILK delivered at your door twice a day MOSSPhone 19O BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 m chance Stud Ler Lr a Ij 8 nul l rA C O t t t i fRESH9 t SQ We t I I5 r YOUR TOBACCO I I jiPffj t1of f k i2 Ih SOil Co c 4G 4t 4 DSUIUI3 Iii ZLEY F4SELUENr THRIFT and Economy made him as TIt comfortable and contented in his old age Slack times sickness ii Iap- pears i 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 BANK TRUST Co SEPTEMBER 28th 1910 I will offer for sale on the premises my highly improved 212 Acre Farm- on the best of pikes 5 miles from each Danville and Lancaster 11 acres Tillable land To or which is best tobacco land 25 acres of well timbered riverside land Barytes indications are second to none and if mined should pay cost of hind The Dwelling One of the best in the country is a nine room modern built house by furnace and welt finished I is noted for its beautiful healthy location goad neighborhood and close proximity to best schools and churches in the State There are three good tenant houses a 12acre tobacco barn with basement for stok 35x134 feet Considering location buildings quality land etc no more desirable farm home has been placed upon the market James Otter Danville Ky The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 la Attendance SIX 33 DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEA3 SOOQO In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO EIGKTH ANUAL States Reanrcts ExMMfcl CALY RACES FlFt WORK5 Free Atfiracfieiis Upte4ata MWwa- yKsLP US GaOW EXHIBIT ATTEIWlQiST WE WILL FUgWSH AMUSESEMT WST3UCTWH PMTTT LOW RAILROAD RATES MUM Mitel W HEWlUltSMnlKT32t PattaMS W tl I 10 wKd b excellent heated 4 4f DZOMEATNiGHTsP N- ii 4fct 1 19- pr Ifc iiii 1 NATZLO AND fli waIthr 9VV 2 J V ls 4