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THETlie Land ofKoto PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From kC27te Land oJV TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 NUMBER 24 CENT AL RECORDor Tin c 1910 at I u PLUMBING WflTER AND Let us make you prices Ii can save you some moneyy We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing can jl furnish on short notice Lancaster Ky I I HOT I Q i ffatiiiag it g 4 1 STEAM HEATI1 1TiN ROOF1G1- t 11 BT1IES r We are handling best brands of coal BLACK BEAR RED ASH JELLICO and Blue Gem Block and Nut Also BENNETT JELLICO You will find our prices cheaper for quality than other dealers Coal to to i4c per bushel at yard or on cars Any one want ing car load will sell very close as cheap as you can buy from the mines Fresh Clean Eggs 18c Cash H B NORTEOTT DEPOT STREET COAL CHEAP J1 x My Farm of 1 6 Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar pike Tobacco barn feet For further write me N H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky f SAl i I I r particulars Just received a of Americanw lenGth 28 l2cts per rod for 30 days J R Mount Son Co o rliMlF rlIDWEIiWDig r I Car Load I 8 f I c J J J ii Y Ir L j y Wins Prize Mr Jack Cassidy Manager of the Cassidy Stuido at Danville is a fine photographer In a recent contest by the Beechnut Packing Co of New York Mr Cassidy won third prize and there were about GOOO pict ures shown This speaks very highly for Mr Cassady work The Big Lexhgton Trots The greatest trotting meeting in the world begins at Lexington on October 4tb and continues two weeks Each day one or more of the historic stake races of Kentucky are contested and all the races are filled Nth the pick of tie best horses of the world meeting at Lexington for the first time this year There are over five hundred in the races and it will be the greafest meeting ever known Excursion railroad rates one fare round trip in force from Cincin riali and all Kentucky points Rest racing and music in country Re member the dates October 4 15 and go T I J I I iven I f r I r I I r ent is I I I Tuesday c the Joseph Ray The above is a fair likeness of Ray whose unfortunate death was chronicled in the last issue of Saturday morning 10th the community intelligence dest son of Jdm farmer o his vicinity was missing from Jue by his acquaintances had left his hVme on Friday evening full of life and jovial as he always was to attend preaching at Mt Ileoron a few miles distant telling bis mother he would be at home after services When the midnight hour passed and Joe did not return the family became alarmed for he had never disappointed them always returning home no mat ter what happened They learned early next morning that he had left the church early telling some of bis associates that he was going home This news was spread and the search began Men gathered from all the surrounding neighborhoods and the search continued through the day re suIting in the finding ot his horse some two or three miles from home Investigation revealed the fact that the horse had come in contact with a wire fence and a clue was found which led to the discovery of his body in the slack water of Sugar Creek early the following morning Circumstances seem to prove that he was thrown from his horse over the fence and rising in a bewildered state wandered in the darkness down the creek and into the water and was unable to make his way out Words can not express the grief of the be reared family or the sympathy of friends who gathered about them in that dark hour UDeceased was 20 years of age born and reared in this vicinity He was beloved by all who knew him inti mately Although quite a young man Joe possessed many excellent dualities being ready and willing to serve those he loved most and to brighten the home circle by his genial kindness and loving sympathy His father not being strong Joe took the lead in the farm work at 11 years of age and since that time had been the strong arm on which the family leaned for support- A few months since when a painful accident threatened to deprive his father of his eye sight he said Papa dont worry yon dont have to work I will take care of you all as long as I live How those words ring in the ears of the father today and bring to the minds of the members of the fam ily his devotion to them This is only one of the many incidents that might be mentioned showing his kindness and love for the dear ones dependiig upon Urn The writer of this sketch has known and loved Joe for a number of years and can say that many of his good be surpassed That jovial disposition that he would show upon meeting hiS fi iends always made one feel glad they had met Joe j One of the largest gatherings of sorrowing and sympathetic and relatives that has ever been seen ia this county surrounded grave in the old family burying ground where he tenderly layed to rest at September 11 To the sorrowing loved ones we mend you to God who doeth all things well and may He help you to bear the bitter pain and heartache until time which sor row have the soft touch of herr glidingmonths and years to the until only the scars Remain Ye know not but ye shall knot hereafter v jcLsBk t paperOn Se tuber 191 w shocked by the d rat Joseph lay the A Ray an estimahl lro e called or and I I r I 11 ij I L J 1 was 4 p iil iI i iI 00 I f t t oF t- T i Joseph ash as familliarly fri ever j I qualities cannot i friend the m corn every shall pressed wounded heart F s e The Ladies of the Mite Society are gathering up a car load of Old Books Magazines News Papers Letters Papers etc and ask all their fn to help them There will be an Ice Cream and Cake Supper in Capt Am Bournes yard Friday Eve at 730 oclock Sept 23 Given by Ladies of Baptist Church Everybody cordially invited to attend Painful Accident While in Middlesboro last week Mrs W B Moss happened to quite a painful accildent when a large wagon ran over her arm It was badly bruis ed however not broken Her many friends hope that she may soon from the effect of the accident Added Live Wire The friends of Mr Chas W West are glad to know that he is coming to the front in Oklahoma and that he has purchased an interest in one of the largest Insurance office in Tulsa He is capable of making the business a success and it is safe to predict that he will do so A Tulsa paper has the following to A very deal to the business men of Tulsa was consummated when Charley W West purchased a halt interest in W Lyle business Mr West hat just disposed of his business with West Pitcher Co and taken up with Mr Dickey The latter has one of the best insurance and loan businesses in the state and with Mr West as an added live wire in the firm they will further enter their chosen field Hop Joints a Nuisance The most severe jolt the hop bus iness has ever sustained in Kentucky came last Thursday afternoon when J i Hazelwood Clarence Hazelwood and Thomas Longo of Danville were heavily fined by a jury in the Boyle Circuit Court for operating a bop station on the Lebanon pike near Danville and Mr J J Moore was tin ed 250 for renting a house which was used as a selling place for the J F Hazelwood who has been the place was fired 1000 and given a jail sentence of two years Thomas Longo who previously op erated the same hop station was tined 1000 soul given a sentence of one year Clarence Hazelwood who was a partner with hi father J F Hazelwood was fined 250 The charge on which the men were tried was that of running a disorderly house or a common It is stated that other indict ments are hanging over them and that efforts are on toot to bring out several new indictments against J F Hazel wood and J J Moore The indict ments under which they were tried were returned at the April term of courtRumor has it that other hop keep ors in Boyle county will be arrested at once and tried on the charge of maintaining a common nuisance The offenders were tried under the common law which permits the jury to fix the punishment as severe as it fit Judge Walker promptly refused to grant a new taial when same was ask ed for The Eleventh District Situation Caleb Powers defeated Don C Ed wards for the Republican nomination for Congress in the eleventh district of Kentucky in the primary of last week by a majority of over ten thous and votes Powers considered a Bradley man and it is thought by many of the leading republicans that the influence of the Senator figured strongly in the election The Bloody Eleventh has for many years been considered a republican district however there is now a chance for a or independent Congressman that the republicans are divided The following special was sent out from Somerset The revolt against the nomination of Caleb Powers for Congress at the Eleventh district primary election Thursday continues to grow and life long Republicans in every county are engaged in an effort to defeat him at the November election They say that it will be an impossibility for Powers to get anything like a vote among those who fought him for the nomination and that the fight against him has jus ti begun His enemies argue that it would be incon sistent for any Edwards man to vote for Powers after all thee fight against him during the campaign and it is safe to say that the Edwards leaders who control the machinery in a number of counties will work doubly hard to make Powers victory in the primary a barren ideality As we go to press this Thursday morning democrats of the cloy enth district are holding convention in Somerset to decide is to be the nominee There is talk of nominat tog Sen Jos F Bosworth of Middles boro to run an independent ticket Among the prominently mentioned Sen Ezi Bertram of county Hon P of Somerset Gen P Hardin of Williamsburg Judge James Black and Judge Ben Dishmabj pi Barbour vilte anjd Hon Robert O ot lends I sa impot tent operating former maintaining is democrat- Ic t on ft I Scrap recover Dickeys insurance concoction j ill nuisance sees hopelessly respectable now the who democrats pare Clinton Virgil Smith Vat Ford r n r Captain Thomas Austin DeaL The community was shocked Tues day morning by the receipt of a tele gram from Battle Creek Michigan the death of Capt Thomas Austin at that place Capt Austin had been a long suffer er from a complication of diseases and hoping tj gain some relief in compa ny with Mr Thomas B Walker he left for Battle Creek on the 8th inst he suffered considerably from the of the journey and from the first the physicians there gave but little hope of his recovery On the 17ih a telegram was that he was growing rapidly wose and his daughter Miss Annie in com puiy w th Mr Janjss B Col IT lftfur Battle Creek i i the hops that they might be able to bring him home Hmvpver he grew worse and it was I announcing Saturday f fatigue received not deemed advisable to try to make the return tiip with him lie linger ed until Tuesday when the end came Though not unexpected the news of his death was a terrible shock to his family and friends Perhaps no man was better known and more highly respected in Garrard county than was Capt Austin born and reared herein the county he was loved and respected by all for his many sterling qualities lie served with distinction through the Civil war in the 1st Ky regiment cavalry Returning from the war he married Miss Mollie Ready and settled in the north eastern part of the county and began farming her death of several years ago he married Miss Racket Henry a sister of Mr S B Henry of this city who survives him Recognizing his worth and his friends solicited him to make the race for assessor of the county which he did being elected on the democratic ticket by a handsome ma jority this ollice he held for several terms leaving it to enter the revenue service during Clevelands adminis tration under Col Rhodes then of internal revenue for this dis trict he served as a deputy collector for four years and was considered one of the most efficient as well as the most fearless when in the service When a change of administration came he entered the coal and lumber business in Lancaster in which he continued up until a few months ago Several years ago Capt Austin re ceived severe injuries from a fall from his horse from which he sufiered a great deal of pain and from which he never fully recovered and which con tributed to his death He left the farm several years ago and erected a handsome residence on Crab Orchard street where his family now reside Capt Austin was 71 years of age and had been a consistent member of the Presbyterian church for a number of yearsHe is survived by his wife and one child Miss Annie Austin of this place His remains arrived here on Wed nesday and the interment will take place at the Lancaster Cemetery Fri day afternoon at three oclock conducted by Rev CC Brown Mr Bryan Will Net Support Deaecratic Ne For GtvenMr of Nebraska W J Bryan has announced that he would not support the Nominee for Governor in Nebraska and gave out the following Statement I am just leaving for Missouri and shall be absent practically all of the time for about a month campaigning Missouri Kansas Iowa Indiana and Illinois After that I shall be at to speak for Mr the Democratic candidate for Congress and for the State ticket in Nebraska In speaking for the State ticket however I shall not be able to present any arguments in favor of the election of Mr Dahimac His position on the liquor question makes that impossible I regret exceedingly for he has been a political and personal friend for twenty years and it would give me to speak for him if I could in dorse the policy for which he stands but he has chosen to make the liquor question the paramount issue and makes his appeal on that issue In spite of the fact that the last Demc State Convention voted down a declaration against county option by a vote of 638 to 202 he says he wit veto a county option if passed and in spite of the fact the State con vention indoised the 8 oclock closing law by a vote of 710 to 163 he es that he will sign a bill repeating it if such a bill ispassed He is making hiss appeal on nonpartisan lines with liquor r Wool fords uprightness business Services lee Hitchcock ann u c the qu8l loa 0 f r u t after Collector liberty pleasure rail that bill that as the sole k Issuer 4Gfwu iY N1rsFW a w1a i x- 4 7 Peoria Dis6 Shoo Drill The Disc Cuts The Way v The pivoted shu3 f Ilovs 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 the time to buy the late improved It runs lighter and lasts longer than any other wagon W J ROMANS STOPBuying childrens Shoes where it takes two or three pairs to wear the children through the winter BUY AT Where one pair lasts the boys a whole year r A A 11 III II III 1 I 1 n I I r I 1 8fT ONt I W OLD H1CORY WAGON 1 We cordially invite you to call and see our immense line of FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS and NOVELTIES that we have brought to this market r jk 0 rrr i I FG HURT Lancaster Ky 2 S t f r H FALL OPENING CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED ISSUED WEEKLY JLOO A YEAR From The Land Of Yow GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Entered at the Pod G Kc IM Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky September 23 1S10 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices S 500 Offices 1000 Fur State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per Hue 10 For Cards per line For all publications in the inter est or individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR COXGRESS Harvev Helm ol Lincoln County McCreary first h The Stakes Col W P Walton has the following to say in the Lexington Herald which is all very true There is one thing very noticeable in the gubernatorial contest for the Democratic nomination and that is that while you may hear people say that they will not vote for others of the if nominated no one ever says that he will not vote for Sen ator McCreary if nominated The is that the former Senator has always kept in the middle of the Dem ocratic road has antagonized no fac tion and has few if any enemines in the party of which ne has given the allegiance of a life time At Louisville Thursday we heard no other name than McCrearys seriously discussed So far as we were able to it is McCreary first no matter method is adopted for the nomination Senator McCreary was at the fair and was always surrounded by admiring friendsOf the others aspirants all have their friends but like it was said of nominee Harding in Ohio McCreary is the second choice of every one whom He is look ing like a two year old and assured the writer that he had not and would not enter into any sort of combination that the Louisville Posts pipe dream was not true ia any particular which however was so patently cooked up thatnodenial from him was necessary We believe every well regulated town should and will support pub lic library and as a starter in this di we suggest to our people the feasibility of such an undertaking Well read minds sustain wholesome laws True intelligence elevates the morals of a community Good books easy of access rid street corners of many loafers With plenty of inter esting books at hand long winter may be profitably spent and a good public library combined with good schools well sustained will do much towards eradicating prom inent evils and correcting many crook ed and preverse ways There never has been a time in the history of our country when expert and intelligent young men who have been taught practical lifelessons and thoroughly educated for business were in such demand as at present So great is the money capitol of our country so sharp is the competition so great is the value of time and so expert have leading business men be come that young men no longer have a chance to excel hardly to sue ceed in any calliBg unless they are trained directly for this changed con dition of the time If the mwte at Washington is 300 W0 syear as state 4 r Aldrfch 4 and For County u eo u u 1 candidates reason he is not the fist reet ion eve- nIngs many i k I I c 1 s k x r t r t who- t i Y o x and A J wY t K 0 every American family surfers to the extent of S1GG9 every year This is enough to buy a suit of clothes It will buy an overcoat or a cloak It will buy nearly ihrVe tons of anthracite coal It wiU buy four or live pairs of shoes or many other necessaries Increased expenditures in the first year of the adminisl rat ion over the corresponding year of Clevelands last Hcimitmtrution amount to 730600 r over 120 per cent This oc cured under the muchheralded Taft policy of cuttothequiclc economy recently repudatiated in Main and Vermont Parents should be cautious about giving chidren permission to stay out of school Every day out is a day lost to the school work they cannot make it up They will soon b behind and want to stop school fim fault with the she is par ill etc when all the time the parent is to blame It is reported that D Turner and a fellow named Dudley has started an other Hop Joint on Deopt street next door to Turners grocery and that there is to be another one started on the Chute Getting pretty thick but there coming a time Does the Park in the center of the Public Square do any good for the town and county in its present con ditiou It belongs to the county Why not have our new 840000 Gov ernment building placed there I The recent overwhehng victory of Senator LaFollett was a clearcut and direct repudiation of President Taft I by the people of Wisconsin Which is of the most responsible for the childs character during the five school days of the week the parent the community or the teacher Four drunks arrested and landed in jail last Saturday night and Sunday Mr Herron will certainly get them when they are disorderly Uncle Sam will send a man here in about the park Wouldnt it be easy walking for us democrats if this was the year for electing a president My but that Etter LariraB Writes Stage DaiviDe News Danville Ky Sept 2 Monday was a poor county court day Rain fell all a severe storm raging in the early morning A small crows in town and little or no stock sales Rev Chas C Brown of your city preached an excellent sermon at the Second Presbyterian church Sunday morning Our people are glad to know that Mr Banks Hudson and excellent family of your city will move to Dan vine first of the year Mr Hudson is a fine business man and one who will be of great to the upbuilding of the town Mr Hudson has purchas ed Cheif Woods handsome residence for 7250 No official has ever been so highly complimented as has Judge L L Walker who opened his first term of circuit court here last week Lawyers litigants and the public in general are heaping words of praise upon Judge Walker for bis fairness promptness and the businesslike manner in which he is conducting the On every hand one hears compliments on his charge to the jury in fact we have heard several of the older say it was the best charge they ever heard delivered Judge Walker very well acquainted in but during his stay his made many warm friends admirers While he gives the lawyers ample time to prepare their papers etc yet be does not allow them to kill time and let the business drag During the week just closed be has hjjfci conrt al most every night that equity cases I Taft 75 I teacherSay I I totthere it- t day benefit 1 I J ft if 1r cp I their f court lawyers war nut Dan- Ville and 9vr k motions may be heard and busi thus expediated His charge to grand jury attracted more atten and favorable comment than any thing that has transpired in the local court house in recent years The School for the Deaf opened last week with 351 students Central will open with flittering pro peels Work on the Goverment Building has been delayed by reason of the refusing to accept the plum inp Some of the pipes were found to contain sand holes and the contractor was forced to tear out the entire jot and replace with from another firm MUST PAY UP Newspapers Must Send Postal Officials Sworn List Qf Their Subscribers A dispatch from Washington says Newspapers from over the entire country have been recently given to understand that Uncle Sams pctof fice department meant business about two years ago when it said that all mail subscriptions in the future must not be allowed to be in arrears over three months Newspapers are now called on by the postal officials to send them a sworn list of their indicating how many mail subscribers are in arrears over three months The department is headed south as rapidly as possible coveting the whole nation The enforcement of this means a revolution in the con ducting of a country newspaper where credit was generously extended by tile publishers to because they knew the subscribers would pay The above being true we must ask that our subscribers who are in arrears up at once as we care to lose any of our good subscri bers and that includes our entire list The date to which your subscription is paid is printed on the margin of your paper the month and the year If the date of the lable is back of the date of the Record then you at once send us the money to pay up a year in advance Unless you do this the goverment is likely to force us to discontinue the Record to you Favorable Season Makes Heavy and Big Tobacco We have made enqury from farmers residing in all prats of the county about crop conditions The universal answer is that our farmers will bar vest one of the heaviest crops of corn that was ever produced in Garrard County The acreage is large and has been reasonably well cultivated The continued rains have caused it to tho roughly mature and the quality will doubtless be first class Sarrard is now ranked as one of the first corn growing counties in the state and is not over rated either for quality pro duced or the superior quality The acerage of tobacco is the larg est ever planted in the county and while reports forty days ago indicated a small yield the showers have chang the minds of those with whom we have interviewed Now they tell us from all sections of the county that we will have the largest and probably one of the best crops in quality that has ever been grown by the Garrard county farmers The DIy chance for a reverse of this report in the tobacco crop is an early frost If the condi tions continue favorable for the harv esting of the corn and the housing of tobacco Mr Farmer will certainly have plenty of money to winter on Weak Was Clear When the results of the Vermont election a 27 per cent slump in the Republican vote the Republican leaders in Washington declared the phenomenon was due to rainy Then came the sweeping Demo cratic victories in Main As the took place on a clear day it would indicate the change in sentk ment 0ing on the country bears no relationship whatever to the conditions If the of the Democratic candiate for governor Plaisted by a of 8 land pipe their snbscribers pay should Corn elect- Ion University in- Spector subscribers don showed weather election all over atmospheric plurality a ZFYa 732 is not sufficient to discredit the weather theory here are results of other elections held on pleasant days which tell their own stories Eugene N Foss Democrat elected to Congress from Massachusetts March 22 by a plurality of 5910 James S Havens Democrat elect ed to Congress from New York by a plurality of 5831 C C Atkinson Democrat elected to Congress from Missouri on Febuary 1 by plurality of 3778 the majority in 1908 being only 1995 Church Affair A Success The ice cream supper given by the people of the Ilyattsville vicinity on last Saturday evening was a success about 250 people were present and the receipts were 68 00 This money Will go towards building a union church at Ilyattsville in which a Sunday school is to be held and differ ent preachers will be invited to preach This is a good move and the BEe OUD congratulates the people on their good work Transylvania Stake At Lexington The famous Transylvania Stake worth 5000 will have its 22nd renew al at the Lexington Trots on the third day Thursday October 0 It is for the annual trotting championship of the world Always a great race this year marks its climax Never before have such great stake horses as Dudie Archdale 2061 Billy Burke 206 Hail worthy 2OGi Gamar 207i Major Strong 307J Joan 20Gi Charley H 207i Willy 108 Crystallion 208 Belvasia 205 in a trial and Bervaldo second by a nose in 208 ever met in the Transylvania Dont miss it Take advantage of the half fare on railroads and see it Democratic Campaign Book The Democratic National Congress ional Committee has issued its Cam paign Book and is now distributing it The Committee has no funds save as obtains them through contribu tions and is selling the book at 1 per copy or for 50c a copy in lots of ten or moreThe book is replete with valuable matter and is said to be the best Cam paign Book ever issued Every Demo crat should have it and in this year of Democratic effort for supremacy should gladly contibute to the by purchasing the book The Committee did valiant service in Main with notable results and if Democrats everywhere will rise to the occasion by their dollar contribution the Democratic sun will rise triumph antly not to set for fifty years to come Send your orders or contribu tions to F F Treasurer Democratic Campaign Committee 821 15 th Street Northwest Washing ton D C Sanders Parsley A recent marriage that will be of much interest tothe readers of the CENTRAL RECORD is that of Miss Bertha L Sanders of this place and Dr J G Pursley of Deadwood South DakotaIn quiet manner and without ap prising relatives or friends on Wed nesday Sept 14th they heid them the city of Jeffersonville and were soon pronounced man and wife by Rev James S Keigvvin The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs A F Sanders of this city and is an man being remarkably energetic and vivacious and will indeed prove quite a helpmeet to the man of her choice The groom is a Kentuckian by birth and has been a devotee at the shrine of his bride for more than a year past and friends will shower congratula tions upon them at the culmination of their love affair They will leave soon to reside in the Fall City and will take with them many good for their future happiness The Nashville Tentiessean puts it thisway see Patterson is dead Smith That so What was the complaint Jones No complaint at ill J5v erybodys satisfied a Democratic I I I I I I I z Committee Garrett I I selvesto attractive woo JonesI i lit young wishes i rtiys Losing His Senses A mischievous boy having get of hisgrandfathers spectacles took out the glasses When the old gentleman put them on finding he could not sec he exclaimed on mo Ive lost my sight but think ing the impediment to vision might be the dirtiness of the glasses took them off to wipe them when not feeling them more frightened cried out Why whats come now Ive lost my feeling Soothing Drink When one Is subject to sore throat a soothing drink Is made from a pint of harley water brought to the boiling point over a hot fire To this is added an ounce of the best gum arable which Is constantly stirred until dis Eolved I possession I he still I tooIdeas I I I I Mercy OVER WOOD SHINGLESRIGHT METAL can be laid without fuss or botherright overthe old wood shingles changing the top of instantly rod a fire catcher to A FIREPROOF ROOF that wilt last as Ions as the building itself and neverneedy repairs For further detailed information prices etc apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa CORTRIGRI you I t 4 boil intr r 8f1mll1 fiflJ1I1i i1 iS 81 frifi1j fiJD Ice Cream SQda Water CocaCola Phosiii Iii J- phates Grape Juice li And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers at I FRISBIES DRUG STORE 1Lr wr l t SVSvS ws su s s z sZs r tvt i i Wf- t t tr i r J h r a- J rti a tt z 5- tt i trii i L- ta ttto i II2t t ccO 4 m20VVRIG 0 CO college men mand a particular individuality of dress will find exactly pleases among superb Voolens and noLLy fashions we are from the Fall line Ed FPrice cm CA co These tailors will make clothes way you want at from 30 to 50 per cent Lelow smaller tailors ordi narly and deliver unsur YOUNG men men Whode What thembest the 0 showing of f the 1 them 2 c1 1 1 st a t l gal Nl gal Ali tooMERCRAXT TAILORS wnwell kno hat Ifib Fashion NO 67 passed quaiiry anasatisracTLr- eeButtonNoveltySack f Soft Roll Dip Front tion Let us measure you H T L O G A 1ST ifcaii tf6 HBA6 3Rfsl yifo jTib today iM i 4 7 1 s i W oCt ifc rst i 1 stY i 111 tt3IT S tow f z b IL z e y a S t5 HY 4af I e d X5y61L r a rs T i My Entire Line of Ladies and drens Shoes Must Be Closed Out Before Nov 1st do this I am offering every pair of La dies Childrens Boys Shoes in stock at tt S S S SStt V3 Q COST and LESS Stock is entirely new no old shoes of any kind Also offer Ladies and Childrens Rubbers at COST It will pay you well to buy a years supply as you will save from 1 to 2 on each pair of shoes you Corns as soon as you can before sizes are broken and come in the morning if you can before the rush begins Terms of Sale Spot Cash and No Shoes Sent out on Approval hertord With A B Robertson Bro Danville Ky 4m SGEmSBB8i9BSB An Elaborate Display Of That the coming season will be one in which ManTailored Garments willpredominate isnow an assured fact At the present time New York manufactur ers are swamped with orders and most merchants are having difficulty in getting enough tailormade garments to meet their requirements Under these unusual circumstances we were fortunate in getting our orders in early and are pleased to announce that we are now ready with an immense stock of all that is CS desirable in Tailored Suits Dresses Skirts and Waists FOR THE NEW HAUL As an extra special inducement for you to visit us during these opening days we offer many Better Than Usual Values TAILORMADE SUITS in all the newest style short coats and latest ideas in Skirls in Cheviots Broadcloths and fancy Scotch Mixtures at 15 19 25 30 and 35 NEW FALL SKIRTS in all the new styles for Fall wear in Ser ges Panama and Voiles at 5 650 850 and 1 O THE NEW FALL WAISTS Tailormade Linens Chiffon and Persian plain color Messalines Crepe deChene and Persian Mes at popular prices AisviLue KENTUCKY r g0g b g g o iI1 I I o 1 sI t ITo I so uiI A MlEI t I s i buys 1 i DIl1e ill j u I s z ro Tailored Garments For Fall Wearn r litterally l neW r f saline r C yC i iri e f r 7i f I I I I S I I 3 t- V S noa a a e laoa acu aa xK uoooo xxoo owoE a o e Chi- lI R m N OO OOOO Oct y r a J sacs src s s r l r I SEASON f Y t I r j St dri w a M M M g ae East returned Monday after aplaasent visit with sister Hardin of Mrs Margeret Turner and daugh ters of Madison county were guest Mr and Mrs Bill Crue Tuesday MrsSarah Harden is on the sick list Miss Mary Stillobovver of Brown county Ind is the charming guest o her cousin Miss Dona Mae East We are sorry to report that Mr Geo Jones who has been sick so long is better Mrs Mark Bogie and daughter Mr Otto Simpson were in Miss Texie Agee spent Thursday night with Miss Dona Miss Sallie B Bogie visited her sis ter MrsOlto Simpson Thursday night Miss Lectie Jessamine county is visiting her cousin Virna Sebastain Miss Lillie Murphy of Buckeye been the recent guest of her Miss Dona Mae East Misses Virna Sebastian and Lecti Teater were guest of Mrs Wolford Agee Monday Miss Texie Agee were with friends and relatives in Madison county Mon day Mr Straud Emmons got his hand badly cut working at the saw mill Miss Dona Mae East and Miss Mary Stillobower were tha welcome of Miss Texie Agee Friday night Here is a Remedy That Will Cure We Prove It Why waste time and money experi menting with greasy salves and lotions crying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when the Mc Roberts Drug Store guarantees ZEMO a clean liquid preparation for exter nal use to rid the skin of the germ life that causes the trouble One ap plication will relieve the itching and often times one bottle is sufficient to cure a minor case of eczema In over 2000 towns and cities in America the leading druggist has the agency for ZEMO and he will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment ZEMO is recognized as the cleanest and most popular treat melt for eczema pimplas dandruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on infant or grown person Will you try a bottle on our recommendation K E McRoberts Son Drug Store PAINT LICK Miss Lucy Francis left home last Friday to visit her sister Mrs G W Rice and Miss Kate Ely attended the State Fair last week Miss Mattie Woods has entered school at Berea College Mr and Mrs Joe McCormack and children have been the guest of Mr and Mrs J H Burk at Richmond Little Elmer Rogers died of dyp theria last Thursday at the home of grandparents and Mr tad Mrs W M Todd and buried at Wallace tonMr O C Rucker returned home Monday after a weeks visit to rela tives in Louisville and Madison Ind Miss Amelia McWhorterofBera was with Miss Stella McWorter Sunday Mr Fred Hale and Mr were visitors at State Fair last week The many friends of the family re gretted to learn of the death of Mr William Wallace which occured at his home at Lexington last Friday Dece ased was 75 years of age and had spent the greater part of ills life in this com munityAunt Ella Bly at Lowell has had a visitor from Lockland who was quite a curiosity and attracted attention for her immense size She was aft and Sin in height weight 290 pounds up measures 24 in Waist meas ures 48 in Bust measure 63 in and Hip measure 78 In she is a jolly good natured woman and not at all sensit ive about her size Back Gives Out PLENTY OF LANCASTER READ ERS HAVE THIS EXPERIENCE You tax the kidneys overwork They cant keep up the continual strain The back gives aches and painsUrinary troubles set in Dont waitlonger take Kid ney Residents of this vicinity endorse themCan Lancaster people doubt the fol lowing evidence Capt Thomas Richards W Stanford St Ky says Many years ago my kidneys began to trouble me Mr back became so lame that I could not stoop and I slept poorly at Symetimes an almost com prete retention ot the kidney secre tions existed then again I bad a fre quent gefilte to pass them When the kidney secretionswere Voided a burning pain was present I finally had the wood fortune to learn of Doans Kidney Pills and I commenced their use This remedy gave great relief and in view of my experience I consider it the best preparation of iris kind I have ever taken I have rec omended Doans Kidney pills to scores of people and everyone has that good results have their use For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FoBterMllburn Co Buffalo New York sole gents for the State Re e ber name Doans and tape no other 8l62t Miss Dona home her Mrs Mrytle fInd of no Berea Thursday Mae Eest Teater ot has night Eczema in was Ray perarm outit Doan 8 Main- S R VILLATEATE S Nineveh Miss friend guest 3z Eltridge them Pills night reported followed United they t W Guarding Their I Slumbers Moffit is primarily a thoughtful young man His consideration others has always been a dominant trait of his character So the first insane whir of the alarm clock he was plunged into a dreadful panic even before he was awakeIn first place Moffit was visiting at Irenes house It was the time her family had ever so to speak collectively recognized that he was earth and it behooved him to carefully and make a good Impression at any cost When he had got weekend invitation from her mother written by Irene to be sure Moffl had thrilled with gratification Great possibilities seemed to be implied not half a dozen other young been as assiduous as himself all win ter in paying attentions to Irene And behold the invitation came to him He took the alarm clocK because occurred to him that he might to arise early and go fishing and did not want to bother any one to him The clock was one of these patent affairs which ring violently un til they are turned off by a lever Moffit thought he had set if for I oclock but he must have been dream ing of Irene at the time and so mistake for now the clock whirring somewhere in the middle of the night in pitch darkness As he grabbed for the clock he full of the recollection of how Irene mother had said the evening before that she had a bad headache and hoped that she could sleep it off He recalled how Irenes father had almost boastfully that when he he slept well unless something woke him up but that if anything woke up he never slept another wink night He was a cholericlookinj man too In these circumstances densest person can understand Moffit made a lunge for his alarm clock In doing so he knocked it on the floor Something snapped metallically but the alarm still kept on ringing Moffit fell bodily upon the clock with all the bedclothes dragging after him and clasped it in his arms He stumbled across the room switched on the light and looked the lever Evidently it had been lever breaking off which had made metallic sound for now there wasnt any lever Moffit blinked in horror then shook the little clock but it steadily continued its chief business life grabbed a shoe with the mad thought of breaking the clock to pieces he quickly realized that the assault would only increase the noise eman ating from his room Thrusting fingers desperately over and the clock he found a small hole where the lever had been and discovered that by inserting a inger he spring which stopped the alarm Thank heaven Moffit breathed It was 230 by the face of the clock Moffit staring at it in growing con sternation figured that he would to sit there holding his finger on the spring a number of hours The pros pect was not pleasant Possibly match would do as well as his finger but the room was lighted by elec tricity Still tightly clutching the clock which clucked threateningly in side it whenever he relaxed in the least the pressure of his finger Moffit hunted up his vest The matches he found therein were the small kind which were useless for his purposeHe a buttonhook on the and the clock let out thrill peal as lie withdrew his finger and inserted the bit of metal which bobbed bit and then fell out with a clang letting the alarm ring forth In its glory Thereupon he fell upon the clock again and put his finger upon the spring He realized that he terribly horribly sleepy Once he considered hurling the thing from the there was an immovable screen there and he had but one hand at liberty He opened bureau drawers hoping to find something with which to smother the clock but the guestroom bureau was empty He thrust the clock his pillow with a quick jump and tried sleeping on It but it sounded like a huge bumble bee Then he put his finger in the clock again and dragged it out and sat and held his head Birds were beginning to cheep outside and there was a faint rustle of dawn Suddenly it to him to remove the extra pillow case throttle the clock in its folds thrust the bundle Into his and shut the suitcase in the closetHaving thus disposed of the clock Moffit went back to bed At any rate had protected the slumbers of parents which was the main He never could have faced them if he had ruthlessly disturbed them in the middle of the night with clamor of his foolish alarm clock When Moffit went down to breakfast met Irenes father in the halL Goodmorning said that choleric gentleman I hope you rested welL h since mother and I set up that sleeping tent of ours out in the yard sleep in that tent in the The children wont follow suit thats because they are foolish havent slept in the house all sun Oh said Moist faintly Send your WORK To 1- t naturally- at really first on proceed that Had men it want he call made- a was was also said went him all the why off So for the the wildly He but around pressed- a have a dresser about- a all was windowbut UD- der occurred suitcase he Irenes the he we backyard but We mer Recor i f 1 t I for his safety thing r JOB Then a Y ea t r The Lash of a Head would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego S Y cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at night he writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never cough at night now Millions know its match less merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough orhavfever It relieves quickly and never fails to satisfy A trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by R E McRoberts Son 1m Not a never ask impertinent questions Judging by the general intelligence you display you never ask any other kind either Benedict Arnolds Last Wish A New York public school teacher recently asked a pupil in her United States history class to describe the death and repentance of Benedict Arnold She was somewhat aston ished when the child in whose mind American British Union and Confed erate soldiers were pretty well mixed replied He begged to be allowed to die in a Union suit HOG FEEDERS Now is the time to save your hogs Dont wait until they become sick Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy is the only known for hog chol era A few doses along with the feed now will destroy all disease breed ing germs worms and parasites in your hogs and cause them to fatten very rapidly Costs only 5 cents per month for each hog SOLD BY J R Mount Son Co I mer cHess lungracking i lags ippe I Questioner- I It E I I I asa cL J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Ollice Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of thelaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire B Parsons S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price WSEmbry S L Rich Mrs P Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rica Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Anderson Arnold W G Anderson H C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn- J G Clark Pilgrimage TobacoCo COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS Dr Kings New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND LUHGTXOUILES OR MONEY W Daniels- D B n C KILL THE WITH FOR OLDS Free G11ARAN1EEI SATISPACTOjt REFUNDED R E Store EXCURSION 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN S c ucHS 5ec SL Trial sere McRohertsDrng SUNDAYSept SPECIAL iy S5 L t k6 j 2 4 TRAIN- r tim i A- Mk i1 f MEET III t itlWtAii r 5 5 Jersey Bull Hen Simpson iW Season 1910 J W SWEENEY H J County SurveyorPH- ONE S29J Once over Hurts furniture store AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY- Get him to Best of references c tr CARDS I TIN LY G Lancaster Kentucky W T KING cryyoursales 1i MNeeN 00o0NN 00 F t W Graduate Optician Glasses FItted Satisfaction Guaranteed M K Denny DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky ll19tf DR Wm BURNETT Plwsican and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers Ware 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gist to fri th x fAllwagons look pretty much alike when finished painted and How are you going to know what sort of timber is UNDER THE PAINT 1 Even if yon were a wagon expert you couldnt tell 1 There is only one Buy a wagon built by a maker you know is reliable IFor nearly sixty years the House of Studebaker has main g tamed a reputation for building the best wagons made and for absolutely honest dealing H t oar cr ftj way M yT i t5 Paintsr r When you know you em depend on I F the r 4 t tIWvr YOU CAt NOT STOP the cook from tasting the cake baked with White Swan FLQUR It is so much better than ordinary cake that i j i iwbtake chances ithmy other We and gtU the Siudebaher J oILancaster Ky Why not buy milk from the Dairy f ri delivered at your door twice a day t s V M 0 S S j Phone O Q t iJ i c eri r INSURED YOUR TOBACCO E BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH I B RIlEy H JiLnft1 Office National Bank of 7 sell tee 2 m 0 C3i 4 ofj0 vf t3 4O flSH IHL I r k 190- s N NNO m D A4 E t14 Lancaster Phone 31 rIDJ Jen Co Q 0 Q ensUJ 0- x QafU 4- a THE National Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 00000 Surplus 20000 A K DEXXY President J E STORIES Vice Prest S C DEXSY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr- R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex E Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennv J L GUI VI Williams s oz 7 I 1 en en 5 0 r r too C s cooL 0cI U if you dont watch her shell eat the whole cake If you havent tried WHITE SWAN FLOtTR yet you dont know what perfect bread biscuit cake and pastry are The best home and professional bakers in town use it WHY DONT YOU Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop J J WALKER President J S JOHNSON Yiee Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZERS NATIONAL Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 S RPJ v W O RIQNKY Asst Cashr Q D WAIXKS J J WALKER Jn Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt GarefurA DIRECTORS J S Johnson BF orison J J T M Armold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker 3A I nw1 1o iik1V f d iT- j s I BANK s ono B F HUDSON Cashier and f Walker a M I1IJENA VISTA Mr and Mrs E H Ballard and M Will Broacldus are visiting J J Poor and family M William Christopher has return ed from a two weeks stay at Tatham SpringsMr Mrs Will Ltne or Eubanks have been guests of relatives Miss Emily of Paint Lick has been the guest of her sister Mrs II S Christopher Mr Thomas StoPs died at the of his daughter Mrs Thomas Bruner Saturday afternoon BUCKEYE Mrs R I Burton was in Richmond SaturdayMr Mrs R O made si business trip to Louisville the pas Lulu Best and Peachie Buch anan of Moreliud are guests of Mrs J O Bogie Mrs Walker Bradshaw and chili ren rent Saturday with her mother Mrs T O Hill Mr Mal Carter and family visited relatives at Bryantsvie last seek Mrs Susie Eoslier of Oklahoma am Miss Nora Loutr of Madison visitor heir sister Mrs R 1 Burton Wed esday Miss Jennie was wit ionic folks Si tin day and Sunday Dr and Mrs G M TTendron vi ie ricnds and relatives in Jessamine th lirst of the week Mrs J T Dill entertained a nun ier of her friends Sunday Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs tike strains on machinery cause biea lovvns You cant overtax stomacl iver kidneys bowls or nerves will ut serious danger to yourself II are weak or rundown or unfit train of any Kind take Electiic Bit ters the matchless tunic medicim irs J E Van de Sande of Kirklanr M writes That I did not brcl own while enduring a most scvcr strain for three months is due vhdl3 i E ectric Biters Use them am nj y health and strength Satisfac tion positively guaranteed at R McRobcrts 1m The friends of Mr Clint Woods an sorry to learn of his serious illness tIc now in New Mexico where he HiS been to recuperate his health In vill be brought home as soon as h will permit White Mireee bought of J W Woods 34 of unimproved land fo 3100 00 per acre V A Lear bought a field of corm from J W Woods S2 25 per barren to be fed down Mrs Logan Burk and daughter Mis Pdtte Belie were in Louisville lasi veek attending the fair We have local and northern seed vheat and timothy seed for sale Hudson Hughes ElZibetb Burgess is spending several weeks with friends in Indiana Rev Ileilbron filled Ills regular ap pointment Sunday morning and even ng at Pleasant Grove church Mrs Kinnard Bourne and children f Hubble spent Friday with Mr Sallie Fox Mr Job M ircee of Mi Hebron was visiting his brother Mr Noah Marcec unday Mark Goinssold to C A Roliisoi some stock hogs d 10 cts per pound Mr C A Robinson who has been utTering from a sprained ankle la recoveredMr Boner Editor of Nich olas Herald was here anrt Sunday mingling with friends of his In me Robt Speaks sold 18 cat tie weub5n 860 pound to C A Robinson cts Women worn and tired from overwork need a tonic That feeling ol or tiredness will not leave yon of itself Take Cardiri that for the ailments and weak less of women Thousands of women have tried Cardai aid write of Us great benefit to them A recent letter from Mrs Charles Brags of Sweetser M t says Ttegoe eau Ii l1 Cam liotr e Bro ddus weekMisses LEe Dickerson roll jOey HUUY i walt II urday lid I Tired Woman CARDUI i OsM- AiU acres Mrs Sam weakness e erI1 nsiasli aM tell b WmweLY tedIcMe1ias Ybe ai Carildl- cNfd i witirli Itetio- s h IYCarr STONE Mr C S Sanders and family are in Crab Orchard for several day Tobacco cutting is in full blast now Tack frost is expected soon There was a large crowd at Fork Sunday to hear brother Mott Rilifcrd Preston sold to Cd Jim Parks two yearling steers at Ic and one yearling heifer at 35c Mrs Martha Miller sold to James Prather a fat cow at 3Jc Mrs Perry tailor and daughter Pat tie visited at Mrs C M Murphys last weekMrs Martha Beaumont and her two children have returned to her home near ludianoplis after a weeks stay Mrs W M Duncan of visited her sister at this place last veekR E L Murphy has returned to Berea to school Mr Lee Hammack and brother of Texas have been visiting their sister Mrs Ephe Hammack Rev Payne preached at GoodHope morning and evening Mrs W M Conn of Hackley visited her mother Mrs D G Ross It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg J A Swensen of Watertown Wis Ten years of eizma that 15 loctors could not cure had at last maid me UP Then Bucklrtns Arnica alve cured it sound and well In amble for Skim Eruptions Eczema Rheum Boils FeverSores Burns icalds Cuts and Piles 2oc at R E Roberts Son 1m BKYANTSYILLE Mr and Mrs Harvey Herd with heir son and daughter have returned u their home in Ft Worth Texas af er spending several weeks with Mr 1 F Patton and family Mrs Logan Burke mind delight re home after a weeks stay in Louis tile attending the fair Dr Elliott and Rose were in rain ick Friday for a short stay Mrs Fannie Bryant who has beci la Indiana a greater part of the summer eturned home Tuesday much roved in health Mrs W R Powell and Miss Gulden ofNlcholasville are guests of Mrs N A Dlckerson and other datives Mrs W L Glass and daughter Mury Lee of Jessamine visited ricnds here Saturday and Sunday Miss Elza Ison attended conference Miss EMztbjth Robertson the com and attractive young trimmei or Mrs C C Becker has arrived anD vill have her opening the 23 and 24 f this month Misses Levy and Aflie Dunn solo heir farm of 102 acres tj Mr Onslot t of Davis county for 312000 The com muiiiy regret to lose this excellent family as they will probably locate Lexington The community was saddened at he death of Miss Daisy Hutchinson vhkh occurred at the home of her ather Mr Henry Hutchison Sunday fternoon at 2 p m Miss Hutchison mad been ill of typhoid fever for sev ral weeks and was thought to beim jroving when she took a change fur he worse death in few days The church and Sunday School mourn he loss of this dear young girl who was just budding into woman hood None could bear better record than in her devotion and loyalty to her church for seven years She was a faithful attendant at Sunday School mud her exemplary manners won for liar the confidence and esteem of tint community To the grief s ricken fancily wa extend our sympathy amid point you to the leavenly whet doeth all things ior the best arid to the Savior whom he loved so well ONE BIG FOOL But he Dosent Live in Lancaster cor the Record A man in Conneticut gave a doctor a specialist in catarrh 50 to cure him jf this common yet most obnoxious The specialist gave him a bottle of medicine and told him when and how to use it The fool took the medicine home took one dose put it on a shelf and made no further effort to follow in structions Three months later with the med icine still on the shelf he told a friend that the specialist was a fade that he had paid him 50 and still had catarrh as bad as ever This story is told for a purpose HYOME1 pronounce it Highome wont cure catarrh if you dont breathe i it will cure catarrh if you breathe it regularly Furthermore you dont need to give a catarrh specialist 50 to cure you of eat irrh for the specialist is yet to be born who can write a better prescrip Lion than HYOMEI N R E McRoberts Son and drug gists everywhere guarantee YOMEI to catarrh or money back which consists of a bottle sHXOMEI a hard rubber inhaler pie for costs e rite bottles of BY OH1W rds needed but 50owrofc f aready own a HY Uit Jjottle of Scott s U Bryan tsville unday 0 VI ites I alt r im SurdJet ent ill resulting he 4 Read i case A con g r P9 w E iB iiJif j i T 3 MON 4h Carrie tire deep- Est ivy Father cure plete outfit of got instructions use only of cost ai0 ttiwirA jnetr Y I have always insisted that men are uncommunicative wrote Joan to her mother but it has taken me two years of married life to learn how quickly that trait can develop into fullfledged deception Its all sort of funny and I cant be cross with Richard tomorrow because its his birthday but just now I feel that a bit of dignity on my part is the only foundation upon which to build a greater confidence between us This will mean mother dear that when you come home everything will be as it should be and the old coun try place will look more beautiful than ever because you consented to let us keep it for you Richard declares that my is to blame for our misunderstand ing He says it has reached tremen dous proportions since we came here and he says that not only am I ex travagant is worse in his That remark was what brought up my dignity Do you blame me for feeling hurt when he has asked for any of my choicest roses to be sent to his aunts hotel and for even a great bunch of your lavender orchids for some the wives of the convention men who were here I never refused him a flower You had told ma that cutting was good for them and so I made him feel welcome Besides his old chickens got out once and ate up all the sweetpea buds they could reach before Henry could catch them I havent forgot ten that- I say his chicken fad Is responsible for everything Tall about tremen dous proportions He Is simply crazy about those chickens Why in the world father told him to go into chicken raising on a large scale If he wanted to I cannot see The influence of those chickens upon him is simply dreadful Richard never was in the least stingy before and never did he call me easy in all his life till yesterday When the first incubator hatched he was wild about it That night he began to talk about the chicken feasts should have when the Kentucky cousins came His conversation was mall about fried chicken or broiled chicken until I ached to think of tho weeks that must pass before the little fluff balls were big enough to eat After that he was with them early and late watching for gaps and pip till I begged him to stop reading those chicken books that told about such horrid things Dreams began to come true when the Kentucky cousins came Sarah did her best and we had all the we could fried and a la Maryland And still there seemed so many of them left that I got alarm ed and one day asked if Henry shouldnt dress one and send it over to Mrs Martin who has been sick all summer Richard said Of course Ill attend to it so sincerely that 1 thought he approved- I began to think up others to help us out by accepting chickens I made out a list that Richard passed on fav orably but he begun to be sour and stingy when I started to duplicate it And yesterday when Mrs Martins daughter Katherine called up to ask for a broiler as I had told her to do whenever she wanted one he flew into a temper and called me easy Think of that And only the evening before he had telephoned for some choice roses to be sent to his brothers sweetheart in his brothers name I was so stunned for a time that I wouldnt listen to a thing he said but locked myself in my room After a while I heard him telephoning the Martins that the chicken would be over soon Then what do you think he did He called up Haywards chick en farm and ordered it from there Havent you any more I heard him ask Where can I get some At Peppers Ill try there Oh mine arent big enough No we havent tried any weve been depending on you Raised em myself you know and have a sort of sentimental feeling about them A finer lot you never sawThat is how he has been deceiving me all summer Those scores of chickens that we have dispensed to our friends he has bought from the chicken farms around here because he wouldnt use his I threw open the door of my room and demanded an explanation All he did in the way of apology was to say I think were in the same boat Joan and he thrust a bunch of florists bills into my hands They had been sent to him by mistake a mistake Ill never forgive and were the bills for all those flowers for the wives of the convention men and the orchids that I couldnt bear to cut to give away they were too lovely He didnt wait for an answer but slammed out of the houseIn a huff So tomorrow Im going to decorate his chicken In the fraternity colors and cut the orchids for his birthday cake Then well be happy again Im sure When you and father get home from your trip you will be amused at the care Ive taken of the flowers and at the size and number of those dread ful chickens At the Singing Contest the difference between first bass and second ninety Jester Holds Office tor Life An alderman of the city of London holds office for life A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous energy are never found Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Life Pills the matchless regulators for keen train and strong body 25c atB E McBoberts Son 1m I I riII Deception II I butwhat eyeseasy number of welcometoo we wantbroiled 1913Whats 1912About feetColumbIa f MAti Mh N M MMIMMMHMN 1f generosity chicken yet yard where Stomach Kings New a- a IHo Ieo IHoi z I o T Ie 11 I I 1 I t IiIAit5 I 21 1FTrr i IS THE TIME TO USE t t ln1rjt I t House Flour i jISnearly as good Call your grocer they all sell it Iz ci ling 0 oo L CASTER KIrruCKY it i IIIIiiiIIIIIIIIIII i I J1Liy Whitew i r i- CarraiiI Fee J1 1 4 r i tt I BE I rl P D ijIn Ift iIi P li I J of the weather or of the good nature ofyour neigh II hors Stop in and order I your coal now while time r Cit i z G thermometer is high and tine price tow The man who waits till frost to order his pays good and plenty for his delay A wise will order now I Co 1 Cli1i GREATEST EVER Hf D IN THE SOUTH Knoxville Sept 12 to Oct 12 and Mammoth BurWintis More to see Amuse than Ever Offerer at Southern Exposition StOflOO in Purses t r Trotting Race 310000 In Aerial Exploitation by vVrLfht Brothers Strobel and other Aeronaut See the AirShlfS 25000 in Matchless Fireworks Grand Battle of time GtounVand Pains Pal of PrumpeiL- Miilhairs FiiRuins Wild and 25 Other Shows of Note Greatest nand ia America THESE SPECIAL DATES Live Stock am Races Show September irI4ll September Pigeon and Pet S pleraber 21 Poultry Show October 3l Wright Druthers Airship Days September 222D ihle H loon Everyday September Pains Fire Works Every 12 to October 1 Battle of the Clouds September iJ24 September 2 to October I Admission to grounds 50cts in Day After 6 p m 25cts Special railroad rates every day and remarkably low raie to Knoxviile and return on Tuesday and Thursdays as LAXCASTEK 363 STANFORD 350 JUNCTION Crrr S3HE SEE THIS GREAT EXPOSITION W OVER PRESIDENT When you think of building see the anvills Lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY v Estimates Promptly Furnished SI I t1 coal Isi 11 I i 11 Lat hul iiI 0 lIt Jh O rA z 2T ti I1llvpaUlChlan Ion i i f f Ii I I I Itunnn and machines I j III Yet IRE i i It horse Stro bels Del I 1 to Oct 1a 1 Eellin September Ii I n 1 I j I I J J c Iv C og t y I man ase r ci eat Tenn0 mar iliceut t of I a nil EMBi Sep emberl 2la Night Hanoi Show 2t Stock to tog r rl i t e Fall of Ponipei i Inflows I f a4 4laoaoeooao really wha makes a firstclass drug store and we pride ourselves on ours Absolutely pure drugs compounded by expert who follow your physicians instructions to the letter that is what makes prescription department the favorite alike of the attending physician and the patient The other departments the store are conducted on an equally high Our soda makes a specialty of rich red refreshing FANTAZServed in a variety of attractive ways R E Me Roberts SaD prescription department is our of spark- lIng 4 U It 1 pharmacists p OF THE CORRECT AUTUMN FASHIONS FOR WOMEN Everybody is invited to come and see the new Suits Coats Waists Shirts and Furs whether you come to buy or merely to look We cannot resist saying that we are sure we are now showing the finest line of readytowear apparel for Ladies ever show in Lancaster Wa are likewise confident we are offering better values for the money than you will see elsewhere No exaggeration in the slightest degree is named above but statements are made all sincerity which we wish to prove to you by having you make a personal inspection of our stock It is our aim first of all to create permanent customers not purchasers and we believe that we can best accomplish that by giving maximum values and satisfaction We are determined to do this and we will The Joseph Mercantile CompanyTHB STORB THAT SATISFIES t t a F xx 15 r I J E EW E X I 1 11 I i 1 iIn l C ill I T Ia6 rlti onetime r 3 rt aast lv s Gossip About People A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are Interested In Harry Anderson is making a stay in IndianapolisMr is making a stay in Cincinnati and Louisville J P Prather is in Richmond visiting friends and relatives Rankin of TIarrodsburg is visiting Miss Jennie Rankin Mrs Lnckev Rice of Richmond is the guest of Mrs L N Miller Mrs James A llovston is in Knox ville attending the exposition Mrs Jane Walker is in Stanford visiting heraunt Mrs C C Hays Miss Lucy Francis is in Richmond visiting her sister Mrs George Ballew Mrs Fred Dyehouse of Lincoln bas been visiting Garrard county relatives Mrs Ann Robinson is in Paint Lick visiting berjister Mrs James Fran cis Mrs W D Walker is visiting friends in the Fall City and Elizabeth townMrs Lngan Woods of Danville is visiting her sister Mrs John M MountMiss Fannie May Miles of is the guest of Mr and Mrs A C MilesMr Mrs James McTCechnie are at hom from a stay at Cincinnati and Louisville Mrs Arthur Onboard of Covington is visiting her cousin Mrs John E I Mrs W T Short of Richmond has been the guest of her sister Mrs C Mr and Mrs Morris Dudley and children have taken rocms at the Sanders Hotel Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford has been the guest of her sister Miss Susie Hilton Mrs Wm Hays of Stanford has been visiting her mother Mrs Mil dred Beazley Fred P Fiisbie and Dr M K Den have returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs George Bogard of Richmond is visiting her sisters Misses Emma and Lucy Doty Miss Susie Hilton has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs J H ton of Stanford W B West is at home after two weeks vacation at Knoxville Middles boro and Louisville Mrs WmBoila of New Orleans is here for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs W HI Wherritt Miss Bertha Burnside is at home from a visit to her aunt Mrs Charles Vernon Ohio Misses Sue and Annie Duty of Wins horo 5 C have been recent guests of Misses Jane and Mary Doty Mrs Willie Belle Greenleaf of St Louis is here visiting Emma Kauffman and other relatives Mr and Mrs A J Cadell have from Lavton Oklahoma to spend the winter with relatives Mrs John W Miller and Miss Bet tie Miller left Monday for a visit to Mrs Samuel Mllir of Knoxville Mrs E L Owslev is at home from a visit to her nephew Commodore Granger who is at Morehead College Mrs Wm Karnaugh has returned to her home in Omaha after a protracted visit to her sister Mrs Banks Hudson Hiss Gladys Frisbie iftat home after several weeksvisitto her cousin lit tae Miss Margaret Elkin Hughes LouisvilleMr Mrs Hiram Bay are at itoae from a visit to relatives in La j I eD JIl 2 f W R r 0 I I I I I I Louisville Stormes l D Powell ny J I I McCuginat Mt Mrs t off 1 I I Mrs Miss r f r Iii P f c returned j r c v s J Grange and a stay at the State Fair in LouisvilleMiss Patton of Bryan tsville and Jeff Dunn of Lexington were gusts of Mr J K West and family on last Thursday i Mrs McWhorter and daughters Mssas Mamie and Stella of Paint Lick have been visiting Mrs W S Carrier and family Dr J G Piirtley and bride nee Miss Bertha Sanders will leave short ly for j mm at the State Fair in the city of Nashville Miss Mary who is a student- at the Midison Institute Richmond was at home with her Saturday Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank B Marksbury have returned from a stay of several days at the Appalachian Exposition in the city of Knoxville Mrs R E McRoberts and daughter Miss Lottie are at home from a days sojourn at the Ohio Valley Exposition in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs George Brown and little daughter Esic Mr Jones wife and Mrs Walker all atten ded the State Fair at Louisville Mr and Mrs Henery and Mr and Mrs Ueuland of KirksvSlle and Miss Bessie Prather motered to Lexington Sunday returning by Harrodsburg High Bridge Wiimore and Danville Mrs Goodloe Lackey who has been at Battle Creek Mich for treatment for several weeks is expected to return to Lancaster today MIss Jennie Lackey who is now in Paris visiting relatives will accompany her home Mr Robert Letcher Smith the late Mrs Elizabeth Smith made a visit here last Thursday at his boy hood home not having been to Cen tral Kentucky for about 14 years He is a buisness man iv Terre family of seven children who are also making rood I Card of Thanks We sincerely thank rnjfr many fri ends for the kindness and the assistance in the sad hour of and grief never repay God will surely re ward you all fMay God bless you is our prayer John A Ray and family Thing She Couldnt Overlook Henry M Stanley once had an which shows how a hatred of tobacco is apt to swamp the finer feel ings In 1SC3 when staying at Brook lyn N Y he noted in his diary Boarding with Judge X Judge drunk Tried to kill his wife with a hatchet Attempted three times I held him down all night Next morning ex hausted lighted cigar in parlor Wife came down and insulted and raved at me for smoking in her house Public Sale As administrator of the estate of David Chenault deceased I will offer for sale on the premires on Irvine pike one mile from Richmond at ten oclock a m on Wednesday Oct 5 1910 The beautiful suburban home and about 30 land This land is as fertile as found anywhere in the State of Kentucky and would pro duce the On this land is a modern residence with all necessary and abun dance of water At same time and place 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 able Jan 1 1911 without interest Possession will be given on day of sale if desired For further particu tars call on Mrs Chenault at the farm C F Chenault by or write J W Elmore admr Lancas Len Ky Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer 9163t I I I I I I a Rankin son of pro perous near Haute Ind and has a II rendered US our berea merit over the loss f o dear one We can u experience acres of can be fluent tGbacc eiJ t ro ut ildings fruit d 11 if a i s Female parents several Anderson bug own publicly pay David near Taking the Cure makes ye swally all your dinner in two minutes Grogan Are yez atin on a bet for the good av me dyspepsy Moike Sure the docther tould me to rist an hour after atin and how else am Oi coin to get the hour to rist in onless Oi ate like the divil London Ideas Social Slights Mrs Jangle says she can remem ber when that fashionable Cumrox family didnt know where the next meal was coming from Well replied Miss Cayenne Its evident she didnt invite them to dine with her then so theres no reason why they should invite her now Ever on the Job The American coast looked so beau tiful to the returning tourist that she clapped her hands and exclaimed- I declare And up from a shadow there loomed the inevitable customs officer At your service madam he announced What is it you wish to declare As a Peace Preserver All at once the riotous mob began to scatterWhats the matter asked an but nearsigated bystander Sol diersWorse gasped the ringleader turning to flee Automobiles WHERE THE OBLIGATION LAY HoganPhat GorganIts Innocent 4 suppose doctor if my has got to come out that it you settle it Order With system she is much In love There might be bobbies worse She keeps a neat card index of The contents of her purse Wise Man I am going to take her to the ball game this afternoon But I thought you didnt care for baseball I dont do you suppose I would take her to anything I wanted to watch Time Is Money That mans time is worth 60 a minute said the mathematician More than that replied the reck less investor He once gave me five minutes of his time when I was for advice and it cost thousand dollars Two Seaside Views The Sentimental beauti ful beach was covered with shells this morning The Practical its a shame to allow em to eat peanuts down there Yonkers Statesman First and Foremost My wife has a great deal to say to me about her first husband Nonsense your wife was never married before I know it Thats what makes her reflections so His Excuse Thurston I always rise at five You like other sluggards lie abed till 730 dont you Parry Yes I have no weight on my conscience as some people have to disturb my slumbers Must Have Flunked I thought you said he was a col lege man So he Is Rats He doat knoir am iuhoot from a PatientI appendix settles DoctorNo looking meseveral OneThe OneYes painfuLPuck drop r t q Tr YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Call 17 for fresh is R Zimmer Fresh meat eVe fday W i Wa ker Y 2t est price W DVfvalker I am agent for see me Mrs Dolly frown 2 If 100 cash L L Elkin Annual Xmas Exchange and Apron sale December Itpd Methodist Ladies No Entire stock for cash tf V R L Hagan FOR SALE A spotted pony 18 months old L E Ilerron Notice The Taxes areynow due and in order to save rush later on come in and settle 9164t G T Ballard Sheriff For yellow pine 4 by 4 by l Call on John M Farra Pelgrimage Tobacco Company Let me draw for a mod ern and upjtodaj giving price and for building Miss Bettid Anderson I am in the market at all times for fat and mules also for horses See mirror phone 95 before you sell W B Burton Closing Having decided location will sell at than cost for cash my Drygoods Gro ceries and Shoe tf R L Hagan Fart For Safe 102 acres well handsome baick residence eight room one mile Bryantsville on the Lexington pike Address 9 2 8t G T Higginbothm Miss Liana Moss Mrs Iva F Teater with sewing at stamping us we will ap preciate your Messers Teater and Moss Fare For Sale 45 Acres sandstone i level Im proved W O Wearren McCreary Ky Having purchased Hugo Rioter Lad from the head Bros herd of pure St we offer his ser vice at 500 at 1 p with privilige of returning cow Walker PoinfLeavell Ky All city taxes ue on March 1st and I must hat all who have not so far paid to me at once and settle up L E 5erron 994t Marshal dulled Signet ring with an old on it also gold watch to Record Office and receive reward You are cordially invited to my Millinery Opening on Friday and Sat urday September 23 and 24th A 11 the newest styles Mrs C C Becker It Bryantsville Ky AtteriM Oil Felwrs The presence Of every member of Lodge no 7 is earnestly night September 27tti bf Jmjp to the lodge are MoundCity Paints may a trifle more but C C J B Stormes rI I 1 mag es I am bull for Fake le t ost 923 torot same Sale30000 ftGeorgia r Out st change an ss entire ock 923 ved ith fro will th fall same place on ich nd Street Also call n see p onage 994t ot r ford Lamb r Bros City Tu w r Insi ome City LOSTA En chal Ai L Fresh oysters a im s Bring me your ro cc I pay high Call arid standing Jer t 0th f you laws home spedi at n same g imp assist P Die urn Franklin requested o Monday Mat ace eeorge math Jr N C cost r 7r Farm for Sale On next County Coujt day Monday September 26 1910 at 2 in the for sale the the William Comley deceased 58 acres with dwelling house and all to highest bidder William Simpson Administrator Judson Ky Magazine requires the services of a representa tive in Lancaster to look after renewals and to extend circa lation by special methods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission Previous experience desirable but not essential Whole time or spare time Address with referrences II C Campbell Cosmo politan Magazine 1789 Broadway New York City A Good Positioa Can be had by ambitious young men in the field of Wireless or Railway telegraphy Since the 8hour law became effective and since the Wireless companies are establishing stations throughout the country there is a great shortage of telegraphers Positions pay beginners from 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 H 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 What A Famous Editor Says The editor of the TaylorTrotwood Magazine wrote to one of his friends these words You asked me to notify you I saw an opportunity for a safe investment I have it for you I never knew until now what a good opportun ity for a money making investment this magazine afforded You asked me to let you in on the ground floor and I am doipg so This same opportunity is given all who desire to be a stock holder and a Life Subscriber to the wood Magazine One share of stock par value 1000 and a perpetual sub scription to the magazine both for 1000 Let us have your order now This opportunity is limited Write Taylor Trotwood Publishing Co i Private Sale I Having decided to locate in the West I wish to sell my place of about 24 acres situated on Back Creek near Stony Point school house on Rich mond and Lancaster dirt road five miles from Lancaster 15 acres good bottom land splendid tobacco land good orchard apples peaches and plums the best of well water on ru ral route fronts road 200 yards from school house good five room house and other buildings at the intersec tion of four roads i mile from rail road also chickens turkeys and other fowls One good harness mare one good milk cow 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 payments Mrs Tabitha C Doty 694t Lancaster Ky Land buyers will dowel to the sale of the J H Otter farm Sept 28th 1910 The buyer will make the price on one of the best located farms in Boyle County only 45 minutes drive ti Danville or Lancaster and not only get oietof the best of present crops will shoir ode of the best producing farms jfh ontne market 230 pmvbyCoL L M Dunn of sale j cash balance 1 2 and 3 yeajpr The s dy and rapid increase in insures this a good and fe investment man with capitol I I oct k afternoon will tract of la il as p e I I8265tpd WANTEDCosmopolitan andladies if I Taylorrrot I i vu outbuildings I subscription attend homes u as t Sales i r- Te f rigs for a i t if The Use OfI Actual Money in most transactions is unnecessary It is much better to pay by check and thus a record and receipt at the same time have Checks on this Bank are as good as cash any time than cash many times Why not start an account here Youll find it a convenience and an advantage 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 175 acres Tillable land 75 of which is best tobacco land 25 acres of well timbered riverside land Barytes indications are second to none and it mined cost oC land One of the best in countr nine room modern built house heat ed by furnace and well finis is noted for its beautiful healthy location good neighborhood and to best schools and churches in the State There are three good tenant houses a 12acre tobacco barn with excel lent basement for stock 36x134 feet Considering location buildings quality land etc no more desirable farm home has been placed upon the market Sale at 230 p m by Col I M Dunn Terms of sale onethird cash balance in one two and three years The steady and rapid increase in farm prices in sures this a good and safe a man with capital James Otter Danville Ky ton Trots OCT 4 TO 14 GREATEST IN THE WORLD STAKES 85000 PURSES 21000 Futurity Tuesday Oct 4 3000 Tennessee Tuesday Oct 4 5000 Wednesday Oct 5 a Great 205 TroT Wednesday Oct 5 5000 Transylvania Thursday Oct 6 Great 202 Pace Friday Oct 7 10000 Championship Monday Oct 10 3000 Cup Stake Monday Oct 10 Thirty Other Sensational Races Daily Concerts On Fare II Railmfe Type UpToDate and Nothing But Good Material Used ADVERTISING RATES the Reach of Your Pocketbook Our Circulation Goes to all the Homes I I uldpay The Dwe g s a It h proximity for lexlng Stake ir J 0 It better tie investment TH 1 Within I f o c 1 oJ HAND MADE d f i I 4 Y D J IUSEARNOLDFItE J 111 L T BUILT AT DANVILLE KENTUCKY They have proven best by sex n pas test Used by livery J2r lV Ask to see our nevTHght three quarter buggy It is a winner with the young man Remember that we manufacture these to your order with narrow or wide beds as you like Wheels as high or as low as you wish them Trimmed just to suit you Close top if you like V We do all kinds of vehicle repairing and solicit a portion of your future business Thanking you for past favors respectfully Danville Kentucky 1t7 c E S I I ff T f 11 I 1 R fl1 TliNi1li everywhere L AOL Farm and Stock Next Monday is County Court day Plant a few trees this fall Mr W B Burton shipped 15 mules and 9 horses to the Wilson Live Stock Co The average cost was S1SGOO per bead Sen R L Hubble bought 1 mule in M Sterling last Monday lie is go to Missouri soon to buy two car loads Those who argue that fruit is uncpr tain and that the orchard is seldom profitable do not give an estimate of the work given their trees It may be that their orchards do not get much attention which of course cx plains why they are unprofitable In out orchard do not make the mistake of setting your trees too close With lands com paratively cheap there is no good reason for crowding trees but there are many reasons for giving good distance Dig out and burn all dead and badly diseased fruit trees Put the ashes in the hole where the tree stood resetting the trees mix a few shovelsful of wellrotted manure with the soil This will accelerate growth of the young trees a At the sale of C C Christie in Washington county last week Beu cephalous 3GOG A S I B was by Mr W W of Lebanon Ky at 405 This horse is a promising two year old stallion handsomely bred and will make one of Kentuckys leading saddle stallions Prepare your land for strawberries It is important that the land be well broken and propeily pulverized before the plants are set Ilava everything ready for setting before you order the plants The widest interest was manifested in the award of tobacco at the State Fair exhibit In this con test for the favors in the white burley district Adam Pabst of Mason coup ty was awarded the first was pronounced by the judges to have been exceptionally flue The first prize for the dark tobacco went to zT T Flowers and Flowere of Oln Stead took second prize Wbea rainRfall uponTiard u ftowed soils tbe water can percolate hence it ruwfoff carrying much of the solube plaat 4t Break plant food Clover hay Kke corn most be fed intelligently and judicioosly when fed to horses When it is used it should beot good qaality and given la imall- wqaMititT Poor timothy needs be feani qmite as nocb as poor clover if It w re palatable bot Bince It is not fc cae actgorge tbeasel ves with it layinl your cOmmon I Before McElroy isexbiblt 1 f 0 Jr food C and IL k f I f r Wing the purchased 11 Bro put yoursIiearlyiJdsaTCojjture f 1 t c I FARMERS COLUMN d O0 eOO0OO C OOO4 OO6O0OO0eQO 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 cannot afford to adver tise No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only in two issues of the RECORD free of charge For cheap pasture long and pure water apply J A Conn Jr At Loge Harris place FOR SALE Sever Durock Boar pits all eligible to registerJ Emore Five thoroughbred South Down Bucks for sale J M Cress Preacbersville Ky Phone 3iS Gr For sale or rent 69 acre farm 30 in grass 6 room house well watered and fenced lays broad side to county road at Judson J W Simpson For Rent 100 Acres Blue Grass for cattle John M No Doubt About It Epistemologically says a German critic pragmatism is nominalism psychologically voluntarism agnosticism ethically meliorism on the basis of the Bent hamilill utilitarianism It is so Sim pIe the great wonder is that nobody Jthought of it before Desiring tomakexsi myJusines sell to the higbesK anof best bidder 3 good Brood colts by Artwekle 1 1 Verdict i SadIe Colt 2 W les 2 good Yearilngs 12 good 600 Ib 4 rpodSows to find pigs In January a lot ofsfarming implements furniture etc sums of 10 00 and under cash all over tuat amount willijbe sold on a few months without interest VMfv vr83 v is j eavc ce cococ JIICCOOO i pac Farr I i Wednesda o1d oar 4 time 44 crass metaphysically 10 SALE Ige in lily j Mir s x Steers All G Bumside PoinLeaveiJKy Dr E J Brown of Stanford was visiting V H Brown and family Sunday Mr T J Shaw has been a patient sufferer from boils the past week Mrs John B Anderson and family were visising Mrs Levi Bell Sunday Litlle Miss Ruby Cress is spending a month with Mrs T W Jones at StanfordMrs Kidd who was ill of an overdose of morphine has hada relapse Master Ellis Bell of Paint Lick was his uncle Mr Levi Bell last Saturday night Mr and Mrs Kendall Smith of near Walnut Flat were visiting J M Cress and family Mr John Bell and wife were visiting Mr and Mrs Grover Gastineau near Point Leave Sunday Mr John Richardson sold two weanling mules to Pence Bros of Garrard at 352 50 each Little Miss Victoria Anderson has been visiting Mrs F F at Services at tlc Baptist church Sun day the 25th by the pastor Rev Pierce Bryant All are cordially in vited to attend Mr Jack Adams Garrards clever jailer who is also a first class veterinary surgeon was here last week doing some work in that line Rev Thornton an evangelist who conducted a meet iug at Beech Grove church near hero a few weeks ago was united1 in marriage last week to Mrs V bseph Thompson nee Cummins which they left for Virginia Mrs Mary Spratt 92 years of age died recently at at flBeeler Jrijyn in Garrard county She had tti in a ocindition for about tway ears preceding her demise Her property was willed ta some colored people who had taken care of her for many years past jHrand Mrs J L Hutchins of the Perry ville section of Boyle were here last week viiting Mr and Mrs Josh Jones Mrs James Ross of Hammack has been visitingMrs Fado Parks V first Need for Humanity Without tolerance sympathy and broadmindedness there can be neither historical equity nor common every justice and fairness and until we get these indispensable requisites we are surely in no position to sit Tin judgment on bur fellpwmen BaUl more 4 Subject For Sernces At the Presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning Jesus savoli only when Jesus is even Jog The Problem Dual Life Everybody ihyited fairtend PUEAUHERSrlL l I I I Cummins Crab if fat J is cord i d Z J le 1f it1 gft7 dangerously visiting Orchard aft her borne Sun Master In ottbe t 0 4 4 nOVBDOI Mf RM By 4I tr i Tvi Prof W N for treatment of old orchards to plow as early as possible in the spring har row at once and apply about 500 pounds of fertilizer to the acre then harrow about once In two weeks un til the middle of August when a coY er crop of rye or spring vetch should he sown In working among the treos ho finds the traceless harness of great value The and method of tillage is not so important as to be1 sure that a fair amount of tillage Is given In the production of milk and cream on the farm the farmer seldom stops to consider that there should bo placed a value on the fcrage which the cows when on or that the labor necessary to feed milk and properly care for the cows and the milk should be considered as an expense On this account too often the farmer fails to fully under stand the actual cost of his butter when ready for The number of sheep In the world is estimated at580000000 a number mach greater than any other meat producing animal Of this number there are In Australia 88000000 Ar gentina 7000000 Turkey 45000000 Russia 45000000 Great Britain 27 000000 There are an even 100000 000 goats with of them in the United States for enumeration Weeding out the poorest cows Is the best way to improve the record of any dairy In the amount of milk and but ter produced In proportion to the number of cows kept This process of weeding out will also aid materially to increase the profits Largo bands of sheep do not thrive so well under farming conditions as smaller ones and are moreover cape dally apt to injuro the land for they not only crop the growing plants too closely but by buncuing tend to the ground While bran can be used with a do cided advantage in making up the rations of the dairy cows It should be used to excess as it will make cream hard to churn while the butter will be pale rather than a golden yellow When the time for culling tho young stock comes the experienced breeder has a decided advantage over the beginner The former can tell at a much earlier date those birds that it will be profitable to keep The time to place on surplus boxes is when the hive or lower story Is full or nearly so As long as bees havo abundant room In the brood chamber to work they will not go into any sur plus boxes If there were fewer dogs there would be more sheep and as soon as farmers make up their minds to have more sheep and fewer dogs they will bring that to pass Perhaps the reason more root crops are not raised Is that they require more work both In their cultivation and harvesting and in their storing and feeding V Use up all the old straw stack for bedding the animals before warm weather comers Manure Is a byprod uct that figures part of tho profits In live stack growing Make the best of it It always seemed to us a great mis take to fatten sows and sell them after they have raiseda Utter A sow that develops good breeding qualities should be kept as long as possible The cows of Holland live In their owners house But dont Imagine the stalls are filthy like ours They are as neat as your sitting room Good blood is essential to the of good horses but not any more so than the material that forms the food for producing the animal when once started In life Ventilation both night and day Is essential to the health of poultry Many diseases among fowls are trace able to the want of pure air By some seedsmen sweet clover Is catalogued as Bokhara or bee clover It is a fine thing for bees as the flow ers secrete a fine quality of nectar and large amountsof it t Remember to plenty of grit to tho young poultry need it as much as mature Grit forms part of their digestive systein almost entire profit to who tins no rentala and keeps his sheep ongoveramentliutds Power Vof Electricityv A cents worth of elbctrtcitV at the average price in this cpuhtry will raise 10 tons 12 feet high with a tn less than a minute Burcfen o Happiness There ares Siivko are wholly mv able to burden joy There is a courage of happiness as veilas a courage ofsorrowl it may even be true permanent happi ness calls for more strength to than permanent sorrow MaeterUack recommends exact time I I consume pasture market notenough puddle health c nditIon I In ft the mal crane of r 0 M non producing They birds The increase a ckof sheei represents pay support the that man 5 f j k The Incubating saaaon practically over with poultry so far aa profit to the owner Is concerned and the Min nesota experiment station advises that all old nesting material bo token out and burned and that all nesting boxes be disinfected and given a coat of liquid licekiller after which fresh straw may be placed in them for late layers The creosote preparations lumber yards for wood have been used with good as lice killers The movement of so many of young people from the farm to the city Is largely caused by bad roads which Isolate their homes and render the world about them The addition to the urban population lesseus the producing force of the farm and at the samo time cre ates a greater demand for farm prod ucts This means a higher cost of ing and an undesirable situation The minus quality of our soils lies not so much on the chemical side the soil as upon the wretchedly poor physical condition Induced through the lack of any attempt to return to the soil that vital attribute which makes for which together with rational tillage and use of manures constitutes the best key for unlocking the storage of latest plant food contained in the soil The cow Is instinctively tho most courteous animal in the world She al ways responds to better treatment What shall we say for some of the men who own her and use her with a that shows how little they know of a cow and how little they her If the dairy cow is in a good healthy condition and her milk supply profits counteract her actual expense of keep she is worth the time and trouble her but on the other hand she consume more feed than her profit warrants get rid of her as soon as possible When doing tho tree planting do not forget to put a few trees in a of the pasture fields If there Is such a things as fenced pasture on toe farm Protect these for a few years and they will protect the stock for many more Animals aro like human beings sometimes they will eat more than at others and if a feeder acts In accord ance with the demands of the animals under his control it means safe and sure economy to the man who pays tho bill Tho best time to thin peaches Is just when the pit is hardening In the country between 35 and 40 degrees latitude this is done June 10 to 15 Further south of course the work should begin earlier From a business point of view the hog is described as a great national resource a farm mortgage lifter and debtpayer and the most generally profitable domesticated animal In American agriculture Dont hesitate about paying a good price for a pure bred sire provided he Is well bred and good Individually The money will come back to you fourfold in the first crop of young sters Celery makes most of Its growth during September and October and if you can get plants of these varieties out In July and August and a root system started tho chances are good for a crop In fattening both fowls and chickens It must be remembered that tho less exercise they get the quicker they will fatten It is difficult to fatten well fowls that have a free range Foods vary in quality owing to conditions under which they are grown This is one reason why a prescribed ration will not always the same results For comb honey a hive a little shallow in the brood nest than the regular body is preferable as it forces the honey up Into sections just where It is wanted Farmers and feeders would do well to pay more attention to the root crops In their attempt at getting the ideal feeding ration both for beef and dairy cattle One great advantage sweet clover has over a great many crops is that it will keep in check almost all of the noxious weeds with which we are troubled Tuberculosis in chickens has befljl found In five cases this year by e state hygienic laboratory at the ifni versity of Wisconsin It Is highly desirable that pigeons of all kinds should assume new garb before the cold damp dafk days of winter set In f To make the greatest profit out of swine it is necessary to produce gains cheaply This can best accom pUshed by furnishing plenty of To get tho best financial results from a flbck of mutton sheep It is that they combine a god fleece with a good leg of mutton THespw chosen for breeding should be selected from the best animals in I the bestiavailable herd In the fanners neighborhood In Natuces Good Time Asri you grow reaay for it or other you will find what Is needful for you In a book or a friend Or best of all In your own thoughts the eternal thought speaking in jour thought George MacDonald Wherein Money Has Value Strictly speaking money Is neither good ill It is a force like water or wind or electricity and in itself Is therefore without moral quantity It is a force made good or bad by Its pre- servIng effect inaccessible live results of productivenesshumus niggardliness appreciate ling corner I I I different produce more a t P 1 nor 1 1Cd iL thousands forage essential r somewhere se1UUL L I The Therapeutics I of Joy tBy RT REV SAMUEL FALLOWS DDLLD Chicago Illinois The Bible is a wonderul therapeu tic book From the viewpoint of the new evangelism of health and happi ness it is a new book A flood of light Is poured front its pages upon the problems of the spiritual of both the physical and social life of man These are the fundamental notes of the present mighty movement for the complete deliverance of the race from the thralTdom of baleful unrest and disease The inspired word chimes in with the latest teachings of science regard ing the great influence of joy upon the human frame Joy imparts strength for it belongs to a happy family which minbers cheerfulness gladness mirth fulness contentment pleasure among Its members It excites the whole muscular system It the activity of all the vital functions It quickens the pulse brightens the eye flushes the cheek and nerves the arm It makes play of work It removes fatigue while stimulating alt the powers of body and mind Darwin has told us in the expression of the emotions in Man and Animals that with animals of all kinds the ac qulreiront of almost aI their pleas urea with the exception of those of warmth anti rest have long been asso elated with active movements as In hunting in the search after food and other kindred things Joy therefore naturally shows hi manifestations of strength The nostrils are dllatted the angles of the mouth the eyelids and the eyebrows are raised all indicative of potential actual enerj Joy acts powerfully upon all the processes works a trans formation upon the jaundiced It expands the which liava been contracted as if by the strong rIp of a gfint hand through sadness or disappointment The sigh of melan choly is charged to songs of gladness With the change comes the deepening and expanding of these vital organs and the oxygenating and enriching of the bleed While we Americans are an activ people we are as a rule a joyless people We act as though we were driven like slaves to our tasks W take our pleasures on a boverish nm Observant foreigners have noticed this rarity of joy upon our faces They seer as a keen philosophic among us has seen urea of thought of care and of lines shrewd grasping Hues but how few hvpy lines It would seem as if tho rarest feeling that lightened our countenances was the genuine con It locks also as though our not agree with us We make of it weights instead of wings We have gloomy thoughts of ourselves of God of our earthly existence of our fellow men of the life to come We hacg our harps upon the willows We thinlc this world to be a prison house We say we cannot sing the songs of Zion in this strange Ian 1 But this world Is our home Or school our workshop our temple Wo have been placed in it by almighty wisdom power and love We are the children cf the Heavenly Father And the joy of Jehovah is to be our strength the joy that He is the ever watchful ever providing ever loving over all blessed fovever moreToo many of us as some one has said think black is the color of heaven and the more we can make our faces the color of midnight the more evidence we have of grace What a supreme mistake we are True religion is sunshine and loveliness The New Testament in terprets and emphasizes the Old The historical Christ the real human divine Christ not a Christ evaporated into nothingness by the wild specnla tions of an erratic philosopher says words have I spoken unto yon that your might he full This fullness in the heart makes life and with brightness- I the home of a bereaved Christian who had the teachings of Testament to reJoice in the room- on the nort every window darkened with bjxjvy shades She was clothed in tarr ents of blackest blade The lines of her face were drawn down The room a fearsome chilling tomb Nothing could be more antithetical of a Christians attitude and environ ment Not until I had thrown the curtains up and let the blessed light stream in cculd I speak the words of comfort of hope and of assurance Think of such a Christians understanding of the command of the lightbringing Christ Let your light shine Her light was turned to Egyptian which could be felt There is no light to stream over land or sea like the light of joy It must pour itself out amid trials end tribulations It is the alchemy that can turn the basest metals into pure gold We were not made to live contin ually in the transports oY joy As God carries On His work by average men and carrles on the processes of ju average ways so He means that our Joys shall be on median lines Ecstacles are only for rare occasions Favorite Fiction Ntf Trouble to Show Goods rWish the Reporters Would Let Me Alone I Hate Newspaper I Got This Corn Doctor by Too Loose a Shoe A Dollar I Can Spare You This Morning Maria Got to Pay a Life Insurance Premium Guaranteed Tinder the Pure Food Law Nprin Not the Least Bit Supersti Uous Why AuHt Nacy How Glad I Am it 3 f1 lJ II inhibiting an delight I dI- gestive enl I dyspeptic lon I I I I writer anti fearmoney ten1mcnt of a joyful soul I I i I I oneGod making These that my joy might remain in and r y o joy otten Christian t ew d always The ide of the house h was darkness sorrows and one nature Notoriety Wearing All torI 7 lo Ji t f i cFfBrr Jj j surpassing regeneration mental Increases itself loving did you visited for 154 ButS 4 F L Commissioner- sSale sf LandGAUIEAKD CIRCUIT Couitr T E Wheelers Heirs Plaintiffs vs T E Wueeterj Heirs Defendants In obedience to judgement of the Garrarii Lircust Cuur rendered at its regular June It10 term in tilt above I iimmixyfiir or the Garrard Circuit Court win on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2btb 1010 between ten duck A jr and two ociock i 3i it beinjr time regular county court uay for sail county said montt sell to the highest bidder at the court house duor iti Lancaster Louuiy Kentucky the here marter describes real estate Said real estate lies in Garrard county Kentucky on Paint Lick Creek and is bounded as follows Tract No 1T widen is called in the judgment of sale the 3lacre hounded as follows Beginning at a point in middle of dirt road leading from Nina to Lick Creek said puiiiT is 10 JIuUs North of a stone poir ter thence try cals copied front mortgage to J IT Stormes recorded in mortgage book No 10 page 201 with onehalf degree de cHnation applied down a drain S K E 2775 chains to a store on a branch corner to same and M Kos thonif down ti hranrh with lines to said Russ N 73J E I ut to a double thorn tree at North edae nf branclnSUO E DK9 cnains t a corner in said branch thence riowtu Branch N 82 E 3 00 chains Fi 77i E355 chains to a stone i 8Si E 100 chain the Snmh sd of stiR house branch corner to T E ers 3t acre tract and A U heeler theuce with division lira to 3 acre tract up a hilt N W D58 chains t two small white oaKs N 4U W t UO chains t a ttke N 3Ii W 1IJ30 chains to a tikt N 17 V 5 3 chains to a point in hue to dower a new corner inence with dower line N 54 W 1151 poiit1 feet North of the middle of the before mentioned dirt road with said road S 72i W 1 25 chars to the beginning containing 322S acres Tract No 2 which is called in the judgmeti sale tie 3 acre tract is bounded as follows Begini jug at a stone 0 teat North of an pIm static ing on the East of a drain to still house branch corner to John Wheeler thence with his lime S 311 E 87L chains to a stake on the East side of drain S 7i E 575 chairs a stake on the side f still house branch corner to the 3t acre tract thence up a hiil with said tract N 3D W 958 chains to two small white N 44 W400 chains to a stake N34i W 1150 chains to a stake N Hi W558 chains to a point in t dower a new corner thence with dower line S 51 E 1440 chains to a puint in line to John Wheeler and coc m r to dower thence with said Julia WheelerS 43 chains to the containing ltf74 acres The aforesaid traf ts when thrown together are bounded as fol- JVM a point in the middle J i dirt wad leading from Nina to f i it Lick Creek said point is 10 iks North of a stone pointer thence y calls copied from morrg ge to J E Stormes recorded in mortgage booK No 10 page 20 with onehalf degree declination applied down drain S 13j E 2775 chains to a stone on branch corner to same and Win M Itus thence down the branch with lines to said IJossN E 1 91 chains to a double thorn tree at North edge f branch S 60 E chains to a rock corner in sH branch thenre down branch N 82 E 300 chains 77i E35 chains to a stone S i E 400 chains to a stake on South of Still House branch corner to T E Wheeler anti W A Wheeler thence with 3G acre tract N 7 W 575 chains t v a sfake ota east side of drain N31i W 871 chains to a stone 9 feet North of an elm oin East ski of drain thence up a hill N 43 E 350 chains to a stake in line to iIobn Wheeler arid a new corner t the dower thence new division line to said dower N 54 W 2500 chains to a point 4 feet north of mi Idle of before mentioned dirt road with said road J72i W 125 chains to the beginning containing 49 02 acre TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve mouths one halt or purchase money being due in six months from day of sate rest in 12 months from day of sale Purchaser will be required t execute bonds with good security t theM ister Com missioner for the purchase money bearing interest at six per CMG per annum from day of sale till paid up on which bonds execution may issue if not paid at ninturf w aril uaviug force and effect of jadgnnnt A wilt be retained for payment of purchase money and all interest This sale is made for the purpose oE paying the indebtedness and settling the estate of T E Wheeler and di viding the proceeds left it any amongst his heirs at law W L WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Lewis L Walker Attorney for Plaintiff Sept 7th 1910 Curing a BOlt At the first symptoms of a boil mas sage it gently between the thumb and finger Keep this up for several days and it may go away Be careful not to bruise the flesh At the same time drink plenty of water and and take a dose of salts this has been known to carry off of the blood When the boil can no longer be backed go to a doctor It saves suffering He will tell you when lancing is necessary and will apply soothing remedies An oldfashioned but effective home remedy for drawing a toll to a head Is to peel the skin from a boiled egg wet and apply immediately- If the boils show a tendency to re turn take a good bood purifier tad keep it up for at least a month Another home remedy that has been used on boils with soothing ef fect before the t come to a head to soak a handful of blrdshot la a quart of milk and bathe the boll with the liquid Man Who Must Not Criticise Dont you think it foolish for a country no richer than Brazil to fcay a 11500000 battleship Tm not In a position to fce critical Fact Is I Just bought styled case fur Garrard tractI- S PaiL t ill ch ins rock to a on W 39 I ch ins tu a ur lading t SoUL hue 350 two at a a 3 8 i S J hen tile L impurities needless Is frequently aatolcmUe self ri Master SSke Wheel side onus beginning utiumuing side I a ki p