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Fron TIic Land of THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1910 NUMBER 25 TWENTY FIRST YEAR t NOw lt Via If From The LmicZo FALL OPENING Sept 3oth and Oct ist This formal style great an nual be held here Friday and SaturdayThese affairs have become famous throughout the entire surrounding counties It is the one and only authentic display of Ladies apparel a correct portrayal of Fash ions latest fancies We present an to view the most exclusive creations in Ladies Street Suits Cloaks Skirts Waists Silk Petticoats Scarfs Veils Neckwear Belts Bags Hair Goods in Rolls Puffs and Switches A superb exhibition of rare Trim Inings Silks and Dress Goods A large line of Ladies Notions unsurpassed in the large cities We Extend a Cordial Invitation to Each and Every Lady in this t 1 Community to Come and Yew this Gorgeous Display Lancaster Ky j5 Every Lady calling at our store Friday will receive a Souvenior FRIDAYSATURDAY- I showour I eventwill I opportunity II I I I Hen Ratson tI i i J J State Convention convenes at New p rt September 30th and October 4th W C T U Alesdames Rebecca West Fanny nod IM nr Price attended the District Convention at Danville A Growing Army In the list euht years 9225 feder al o3ceholders have been added to the ipay rols of the rational government at an annual increased expense to the people of more than seventy million dollars Tariff Increases Prices J P Norton of Yule University declares that the Increased proportionate output of gold is not the principal cause of prices Prices in this country under protection hive avanced fifty per cent more than in England under free trade he says In all countries under the voId standard the output of gold must operate uniformly There fore Prof Norton concludes there must some cause at work in this j country lIe suspects it is the Payne Aldrich tariff law i A Championship Winner Mr H L Elkin is the proud owner of the champion Southdown buck lamb of the state He burchased this winner at the Paris fair weeks ago after defeating all in his class at that fair He was then shipped to the State fair at Louisville where he again himself a winner by defeating breeds in the limb class Mr Elkin refused a fancy price for this lamb by an Eastern partv He is to head a flock of registered ewes that he owns and the result shoud be prize winners fur 3911 Millinery Opening Miss Bella Arnold Mrs Ada Kin Mr R S Brown will all have their opening on Saturday Oct 1stThey will have on display some of the latest and most stylish hats that the eastern markets can produce and you can Jet as nic3 hats here and just as cheap as you can buy in any city for all three stores have goud who were taught how to trim in the large stores in the city therefore it stands to reason that the hats made here are uptodate and just as good as you can buy in Lexing tonor auy other place Spend your money at home and it away where you will never see it again j i I i j I I 1 I J I b L I t prize a I naird and trimmers dontsend I 1 I Far Professor increased fe proved al alread sum I s r- L v Expensive Horseshoeing One hundred and forty dollars for street car tickets 23SGi for horse shoeing S42J 55 for soap and brushes These are a few of the small of the state department of the government in 1909 The horseshoe ing item i a gem as a sample of the much boaster Taft policy of Cutto thrijuick economy The item S27G refers to shoeing of four horses for one year Welcome Court Day Visitor j non Harvey Helm our democratic j nominee for Congressman from this district was in town Court day shak ing hands with friends and malting new ones and urging every one to the polls to cast their vote on elec tion day Our Congressman is a fine fellow and always has a good word for every one lie stated to a Central Record reporter that he was groins to make a speech at the Court house on next County Court day Very well Mr Helm we all want to hear you so be on hand Generousity of Aldrich Republican cadidates for congress boast of the generousity of Senator Aldrich in permiting a large number af articles to go on the free list in the new tariff law And Democratic cau didatps are telling what the free list really consists of Some of the things that the generous Rhode Island per on the free list we re jossstickf bladders dried blood and horse hair Then there are birds eggs lemon Vice turtles and junk Also bones ashes zaffer catgut fossils Bra zilian pebbles and oakum Patronize Home People You have often heard these you of yourself when one of your Garrard county friends happen to see you in another town and county buying goods that you could just as easy buy at home among the people who help our county who have helped you make money who are al ways interested in the things that you are interested in and give to the churches that you and your children attend By al meansjmtronize home people and we would prefer that you patronize those who advertise in this as they desearve something at your hands for it would be impossible for us to exist were it not for the ad vertisers except that we charge you three dollars per year where now you pay one dollar See the South Bend Steel Range ex hibit 4t Haselden Bros store Do not miss it I I expenditures off I r beat I I I I I mttt d acorns- i Doe papor words To Oklahoma lion W I Williams and Mrs frilli ams returned on last Thursday finm a five days trip to Oklahoma an nounced to their friends that wouid move to Tulsa Oklaon or alout Jan 1st Mr Williams will practice law in that city having formed a with Hon R L DavidsonVi e of the strongest and best lawyers in Okla For the past fifteen years Mr Wii ams has lived here among us and pra tised his chosen profession havib moved here from Campbellsville Kei tucky where he was born and raises He is considered one of the leading lawyers not only at this bar but it the entire state of Kentucky and has enjoyed a large and lucrative practice at the hand of the Garrard County citizens He has served us as Master Commissioner in Garrard County the late Judge M C Saufley and was considered one of the best ones that this County has ever had He had some business with us during his term of office and we at all times found him fair capable and strictle business He was a hot tip for thy high and honorable office of Circuit Judge and bad he not decided to leave the democratic nomination would probaly have been offered him and he would have made us a good Judge Soft Drak Stands Going The Limit in Richmond The Danville Advocate in its issue last Friday published an interesting letter from Clarence E Woods Richmond Kentucky Mr Woods was in Lancaster last Saturday and called our special attention to the letter We are always glad to know that a good man joins us in this district to oppose Hop The letter is as follows I note with great satis the good work of Circuit Judge Louis Walker Police Chief Logan Wood and the trial juries in bringing the damnable hop jiintists to jus as near justice as our defect ive liquor laws will permit Keep up your good work Over here the soft drink seem to be trying to go the limit hoping to disgust us with their own audacious conduct so that we down and let the open saloon re turn But we too have a valorous cheif of police Jim Allman and be doing LIB part to enforce the local law to the end that our bop jointists are being heavily fined in city court I pray that th eAdvocate may dally hammer upon the sluggish conscience of your element until those breathing holes of hell shall be closed f all they under ticeor I f Judge Greanleafs I J l partnership r o Joints faction wil- lie i option better fI forever that Danville may justlj claim supremacy over her worse self to become exemplar of all her sister cities Again I commend Judge Walker and all those who are combatting the lawless traffic that produces SO pe cent of the inmates of our jails insane asylums and pjniten Varies I challenge contradiction of i this indictment County Court Day One of the largest Crowds that we have ever seen in Lancaster was last monday It was mule colt day and business was certainly lively along this line as well as every other line Mr A R Denny bought 7 mule cults at an average price of 11250 per head Mr George D Robinson bought two head at 88750 and one at 810750 Mr J E Robinson bought five Mr onley Broaddus sold to Mr Taylor lainey eight at an average of 8000 jer head Mr Arch Kavanaugh sold ue to Mr William Royston at 135 Br Will Embry sold two colts for 235 aid Mr Jim Clark sold one at 140 lie last three named were by the fine Jack owned by Mr Tom Yantis jNlssers Ed and N B Price bought tea mules at an price of 75 pe head Men who claim to know say ttit there were about 150 head in torn and that three fourths of them we j sold at a good price most cf them beir bought by Garrard County Mr W B Burton the hustling horfcman bought four good horses at an aerage price of 160 and four aged mule at from 145 to 8185 He also of N W Rogers 8 mules four to biyear old at 1220 Mr R L Bu rton tour aged mules at an av eragepf 140 Carlton Elkin stld to OatlyiBnrk a pair of three year old molest 315 Capt Am Bourne sod ties atom 30 to 60 Business at the stock pos was lively and there was a big crud there all day wanting to buy A ut 250 cattle sold at from to 4Jcen per pound 25 sheep sold at Mr W I Williams as j Master t mmissioner of Garrard Cc unty the Wheeler land to Mrs Dora Vbeler at 46 00 per acre The will of late late Thomas Austin was probed He divided his erty his wife andequai netween jss Annie except that be allowed Ms Annie 2000 more than be did The stor f the Joseph Mercantile Co will be c ed on Tuesday Oct 4th account of Wi8h Newyear and will be Oct i3tn ac count of of Atonement I poorhouses t I I URbt 3 00 eaq soft t props hiss bis I O Thursday i tb hereon average farmer googol par5 daughter ife closed sy Trial Of Shay Pelman In Lincoln County On Wednesday pursuant to a heretofore issued Judge Walker a special term of the Lincoln Circuit Court at Stanford to try the negro Shay Pelman accused of rape Sheriff McCarthy brought the accus ed from Louisvi le where he had been confined he was met at Lebanon by a company of forty three state guards from the Somerset company in of Capt Henry Waddle and escorted to the Stanford jail without incident or molestation on Tuesday night A grand jury was promptly empan in his charge to this body Judge Walker took occasion to sav that Sheriff McCarthy and a number of Stanford people were of the opinion that the presence of troops would not be necessary upon the bringing of the prisoner to Stanford for trial howe er in view of the circumstances the case and in order to preserve the peace and quietude of the community during the trial he had deemed it advisable to have them in attendence After their instructions the grand jury retired and after Lion returned an indictment against the accused charging him with rape To this indictment the defendant plead not guilty His attorneys lion R II Tomlinson of Lancaster and John Sam Owsley of Stanford fil ed a motion for a continuance of his trial until the next term of the Lin coln circuit court giving as their gro j unds that the defendant had been and that they hadnt sulllcent time to acquaint themselves with Judge Walker promptly overruled this motion and gave the defendant until oclock Thursday to prepare his de fence at which time the case will be taken up In view of the fact that there was a difference of opinion between Judge Walker and Sherriff McCarty as to the advisability of bringing troops to Stanford to protect the negro during the trial and as this difference of op inion has provoked some comment by Courier Journal on the subject Sherriff W L McCarty of Lincoln county who protested against the use of troops to protect a negro charged with criminal assult was sincere in his beleif that he and his deputies could stand off the mob of a mob forming but Judge Walker who beleived the graver than it seemed to the Sher iff acted with wisdom and discretion in insisting that assurrnce be made doubly sure by employing a militia Where there is sincerity on both 1 1 convened I I command I I eled and I I surrounding I a short deJibera I I I n I I away I J lone I I I I I I in the event I cal the case excerpt prisoner doubtless danger sides in such a case nobody can matelv be blamed and there should be no ranker in Lincoln county over outcome of the discussion between the Sheriff and the Circuit Judge as to the necessity for employing troops of this kind a stitch in time saves nine Moreover the nine stitches in the torn fabric of the law arent taken as a rule after a mob murder has oc curred The chief end of the ofcers or the ought to be to the The Sheriff who feels that he has the situation in hand should not be for desiring to discharge his duties unaided but the Judge who holds an other opinion should not be blamed for takinJi what he considers neces sary precaution Train Accident L Ts freight no 71 was wrecked near Hyattsville about 100 p m last Monday it was caused by the track spreading One car of merchandise anp one car of coal left Jails The wreckep was sent down from Paris and the wreck was cleared by twelve oclock monday night The two L N passenger trains which were due here at 215 p m and 830 p m did not pass Lancaster until about twelve thirty Monday night No one was hurt Is A Candidate It wilt be good news to the many friends of the Hon Chas A Hardin our present Commonwealth Attorney to know that he is a candidate for Judge of this the thirteenth Judicial district of Kentucky subject I to the action of the Democratic party I Since the death of the 1 rte Judge Mi cah C Sautljy Mr Hardin hrs been urged by a number of good democrats all over the district to make the race and he announces his candidacy at their request and solicitation believing that a majority of the democrats of the district will indorse him There are no other announced candidates for the nomination at this time and in view of the popularity of the efficient Commonwealth Attorney he likely have no opposition for the nominationThe and manner of selecting the nominee has not yet been deter mined but in view of the fact that a majority of the committee of this dis trict is pledged to the primary election plan it is likely that a primary will be called The final election will be November 1911 i Use of the Flea Do not regard the flea with great contempt it is about the only crea ture which gets any work out of a dog Atchison Globe I legit i In- case prut ct blamed the I i universal I wit law S Circuit Public Sale OF Several Tracts ofLand In order to wind up the estate ot the late O T Wallace we Will SELL to the HIGHEST bidder on the prem lees on SAT OCT 15 1910 2 Oclockthe following property Point Leaven m the L If Railroad between Richmond and Lancaster and at the intersection of the Richmond and Lancaster and Hammack pike 5 miles east of Lan caster Ky The property will be sold separately in the following order 1st Tract 16722 acres with the improvements consisting ot 10 room modern frame dwelling burn and all necessary outbuildings tine orchard fronts on the pike 50 bluegrass 30 acres in corn balance in clover and timothy Very fertile soil 2nd Tract 3402 acres of land adjoining theabove fronts on pike all in grass beautiful build ing site 3rd Tract 345 acres at the station with three room store building thereon Adjoins 1st tract 4th acres renting on piKe with small dwelling thereon TERMS 13 cash January 1st 1911 remainder In equal payments of one two and three years with lien notes bearing 6 per cent interest Posses sion January 1st lUll This STRICTLY an ABSOLUTE SALE without RESERVE BYBID or LIMIT We stake our the fact that the person WHO KIDS LAST GETS THE This a magnificent farm and we have prepared a circular desrciption of the property in detail which we will be pleased to send any one on request Dent fail to attend this sale We are readv to show the farm any time Sale wilt be held rain or shine HUGHES and SWINEBBOAB Real AgentsLancaster Ky COL 1 M Auctioneer Netice All persons having claims against the estate of Thos Austin deed wilt present the same to the undersigned properly verified on or before Novem her 1st 1910 and all parties indebted to said estate will call on the under signed and pay at once Rachel P Austin and Annie May Austin This Sept 30th 1910 Executrix I lAtLocationAt I I I large acres raIl- road Tract51S reputation- on IS R unimproved PROPERTY letter givin DUNN 6000 uaicfo of thefamouy H pricedfor six onto el Sheetin under day What woman is not familiar with HOOSIER most perfect natural brown sheeting looms ever pro duced This sheeting is the favorite all over America with millions of stood the test year after year since grand mothers day So theres going to be big enthusiasm in our staple section for we are going to sell HOOSIER SHEETING for six days on stock nearly 6000 yards We are going to move the whole big pile in SIX DAYSso be ready to fill your years wants AT A BIG SAVING HOOSIER SHEETING WEEK October 3rd to 8th Price Gets per Yard Lancaster Kentucky SHEETINGthe housewiveshas PRICEI R f E SI11oxk SOI l i We cordially invite you to call and see our immense line of FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS and NOVELTIES that we have brought to this market i Jt b f a JJ P II I4 EI ji I I I F I n KrJ f 9Pow J dU L 11 anCGlSuel y A l 1- A 1J ulna 2 I FALL i 1- R G1t F I- tr7 CENTRAL RECORD INCOIUOUATED ISSUED WEEKLY JLOO A YEAR Host The Land Of Vow GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Entered ct the Pott Office in Lansifffr Ky a i ScccndClnte Mall rater Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky September 3O 1910 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices S 500 For County Offices 1000 State and District OOiccs 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 5 DEMOCRATIC TICKET you CONGRESS Harvey Helm of Lincoln County Hen Chas A Hardin In asking of his party the nomination for Circuit Judge of the thirteenth Judicial District Mr Chas A Hardin has the decided advantage of a most creditable record as Commonwealth Attorney His untiling efforts to have the law enforced without has gained for him the confidence of the people lie has dem onstrated to the satisfaction of all that he possesses physical and moral courage The successful and satisfac tory way in which ne has conducted the office for nearly seven years which he now so creditably fills is a sufficient guarantee of his integrity and ability lie is entirely worthy of the honor he seeks and the friends he has made by his official duty well done will give every assistance to make him judge of the district We gladly commend Mr Hardin to the favorable of the democrats of Garrard county as an able lawyer and a cul tured Christian gentleman If for Circuit Judge the party will have in Mr Hardin a popular candi date Telepfeose Franchise The telephone franchise now pend idg before the Council jpf Lancaster does not fix the rates that the of the Franchise may charge to the patrons of Garrard county out side the city Telephone service has become a necessity with the business people everywhere No Franchise in our judgment should be sold by the city without rates are as precisely fixed as can be possibly done under the law This question will be tp for next Monday evening before the City Council All citizens who are interested ii the general welfare of the community may find it able fur the public good to be on hand at the Police Court Room at this meet Ing How about our Graded school Is every body to drag along with this old building when it is not large enough to accomodate the pupils The only question in our mind is whether it is best to build a new next to the old building and keep it for the first eight grades or to tear down the old one and build one large up todate building What says the good people who are interested in the upbuilding of our town and com munity the advancement of and the health of the school Mt is with regret that we learn that W Williinas and his estima s 1 are to leave us on the first ir Mr Williams is a learned fine citizen and a good chris The community the town incaster Christau church I I I and Fr eo 0eo j I I discrimination r consideration nominated purchaser consideration profit building chapel education children L I I t v 1 b vi will miss his good work Wedisiike to see them go to another town and state for there is no better land than Old Kent tscky and it will be hard to fold a family to tIe their place among us We wish them sue cess in their new fMd The Cortright Metal Shingle Advo cate is out for September bright bn zv and full of useful hints for those intending t uuild as well as those who have to do the actual work There are jurtyfive thousand receiv ing this and if you are not one of them it is your own fault as the Advocate is free to anyone who asks for it A postal to the Cortnght Met al Hooting Company Philadelphia insure your nave being on their mailing list We were in Stanford a few days as go and my goodness what a nice Court house Lincoln County has The Rec rooms are upttJate and all the are not or will not become mi like ours Why in the world cant Old Garrard County hive a new Courthouse or at least have she old one fixed The park is unquestionably the place for our Government building The man that Uncle Saw sent here a few dajs ago liked the park fur a location fine so lets all pull tcgetlieracd have the building there We have never heard one reason advanced as to why the building should not be placed in the park In our last issue we stated that it was reported that 3Ir S D Turner was a partner in the hop business on depot street We are lodged glad to state that Mr advises that the report is untrue and that he has no interest in the business It is be ing operated by a Mr Dudly Senater Elza Betram will oppose Caleb Powers for congress iu the bloody eleventh The Senator will run a good race and has a fighting chance to win Some of the leading Republicans of the district are against Mr Powers lion Oiiie James member of con gress from the fifth district has an Paynter in the United States Senate Mr James is certainly a very able man and would perform well the of this high office The tobacco situation seems to be worrying some of our people We leave the question for you to decide however be sure you are right before you act We are indeed glad to know that Dr E H Pearce has been assigns the Lancaster and McKendree church for the ensuing year He is a fine man and our people are lucky to get him for another year There came through the port of New York for the fiscal year ending June in round numbers 45 000000 worth of diamonds as compared with 28000000 for the previous year President G Stanley Hall of Clark University says Woman who was once thought soulless comes nearer to having two souls than does man A headline reads Tariff hurts Just wait until about the first Tuesday inNovember and it will hurt worse The Maine election will have a big influence on the independent vote the country Wi Will Tie Dements Nwaaate Since the Democrats of Tennessee are without a candidate for Governor now and are greatly in need of a good clean conservative man who can untie all factions and carr their banner to victory this fall we would suggest the name of Hon Felix G Ewing In his great fight against the Tobacco Trust be has clearlY demonstrated his ability both as an excutive and a leader and we do not believe a better i trace lord nounced his candidacy to succeed Sep duties 30 UIlO I allover 1 Pall Turner 7 e j man could be found at this late hour for this great undertaking Cadiz Record It is to be hoped that whoever the nominee may he that he will he a man j of courage and one capable of leading i the democratic party of Tennessee out of the awful position that the former governor Malcolm Patterson has placed them in We agree with man needed one that will endeavor to away some of the shame that holds to some of the democrats of the State of Tennessee for the murder of such an honorable roan as yen Car mack j Tobacco Meeting A large crowd of tobacco growers of this county were present at the meet Mg held at the court house on county lurt day Bradley Wilson spoke or about one hour in the interest of he This was aooufc t ie most en thusiastic tobacco meeting ever held in Lancaster The meeting adjourned after electing a cummitte consisting of five citizens This committee was instructed to go to Lexington and the meeting of the Burley To bacco Society on Tuesday and Wedres day Sebt 27 and 28 ana report back to a mass meeting to be held at the Court House Saturday afternoon Oct 1st at 130 pm Every tobacc grower is urged to be present at this meeting so as to hear trig report The committee consisted of Messers Arch Walker Arch Kavanauah Joe A Ross Win Rose and Wells A similar meeting was held at Paint Lick last Saturday at which Messers Woods Walker W G Kemper Winn and Walker Guynn were elected A similar meeting was also held at j Stanford last Saturday when Clarence E Tate W D Adams Jim Williams N Carter and Mr Beck were elected and instructed to attend the meeting Each of these Commit tee will report back to their respec live places Saturday October 1st at 120 P M Advance Census Reports dumber of families owning phono graphs 2264 721 Number of men holding worthless checks and invalid promissory note 72980271 Number of cities where taxes are reasonable 6 Number of women who like the skirts 0 Number of women who will wear the hobble skirt 786342 Number of individuals who take a vacation annually 54428674 Nnmber of individuals who annually return broke 54428674 Number of men who threw away their winter overcoats last sprint 3459287 Number of men who will search the attic for those coats this fall 3450 The Cost Of Rooseveltism The total expenditures of the States Coverment from the inau guration of Washington in 1789 to the beginning of the civil war in 1801 were 179527334414 The appropriation bills signed by Theodore Roosevelt during his second term in the White House from March 4 1905 to March 4 1909 authorized expenditures amounting to 3522982 81687 Four years of Rooseveltism cost as much as the first seventy two of the Republic One term of Theodore Roosevelt took twice as much money out of the pockets of the American people as the combined terms of Washington Adams Jefferson Madison Monroe John Quincv Adams Jackson Vau Buren Harrison Tyler Polk Taylor Fillmore Pierce and Buchanan During the seventytwo years ed by the Administrations of these fifteen Presidents the United States Goverment paid the Revolutionary war debt incurred by the States Itpaid the cost of the war of 1812 Itpaid the cost of the Mexican war Itbought Louisiana It bought It paid for the Gadsen Purchase It acquired all that vast extent of te j j I j I r I I I our I RecordI I pool I Lexington I I hobble I United twice years Flor- Ida i r I I trip fir attend X81 1 e l i the er y ritory from the Mississippi River to Pacific Ocean What have the American people show for the four years of Rooseve tisin which east doiibMe the money And what would be the cost of four years more of Roosevelt under the New Nationalism New York World Dairying in the South Dairying is growing in popularity among the farmers of the southern stutes They are learning that the dairy cow can do for the cotton grow of the south what she has done for the wheat grower in the north i e increase the fertility of the soil in ad dition to malting must satisfactory for labor and money expended for feed The U S Department of has been giving particular atten tion to this question in the southern states the past few years and a great service has been rendered A great impetus has been given to the dairy movement until row there are of influential dairymen singing the praises of the dairy cow and dem onstrating bv actual experiments that dairying is the salvation of that of the country Certain order to create an issue by which they might retain office have greatly retarded tie de the dairy industry in the cotton growing states by creating the impression there that the interest of the cotton grower are opposed to tHose of the It has been brought way is used in the manufacture of some kinds of oleomargarine Tbis has been used to prejudice the cotton producer against any and all kinds of legisla tion which in any way regulates or restricts the sale of oleomargarine- A careful estimate compiled from govermeiit reports shows that the sale of cottenseed oil which was used in the manufacture of oleo margarine last year the cotton grow ers of the sduth actually received one and cents for every aero to cotton For every dollars worth of oilused last year in making oleo margarine one hundred and severe dollars worth of butter was produce in those same cotton growing stutes n Tnese are facts which every cot to j producer should consider before his support to any movemerl which is intended to retard the grovl tli and development of the dairy ii dustry in the south i Truth About Maine I Sufficient time has now get the truth from Maine reports show that the Democratic tories there were not won upon state and local issues as publican leaders have tried to r re sent The most prominent Failure of the Republican to fulfill its campaign pledge to a vise the tariff downward high cost liv ing Cannonism Haleism qu lions pertaining to prohibition j The Democratic congressioni can didates promised to investigne and expose the following f The cost of living as affected by the tariff and trusts and governrbnt penditures The part played Mr WiKersham in the sale of lands in Philli pines The amount of money and other cabinet members out of the plutocrats for conjaign pur poses when Roosevelt ran Ji 1904 and how much Hitchcock for Taft four yeaas later M The efforts of the syndi jj cates to grab timber and nneral lands and water power sites Ballingers relation thereto The reasns Taft joics W the Guggenhems in to Alaska territorial government The influences the rubber schedule cotton and wood schedule of the PayneMdrlch tariff bill Tne played by itiooal officers In promoting the of the civilized Indians of OWihoma by law g claim agents ot- to Agriculture section politicians in elopement of Cottonseed- oil I through oue hall passe oaths is 2 prince JIy I tU S i ues J were Ipa Y q f I Extra ance ex I friar e tJ1 Cor l ou sq ruin trust and t den rg le ij pI politicians returns thousands dairyman in plant d cottonseed lending to tie I t 0 ezed and why Presid befit ache pare egging ers au bt Great Races At Lexington Trots Octo her 414 The sensational 202 PKP at Lexing ton Trots on the fourtty day Frfdav October 7 promises to be record vii h suchstars Ross K 20J The Eel 2OH E s IIAvny Aileen WiMii 202i inthe field The bi 207 Trot Thursday 13 has the gnilest lot of star trotters over brougUt together in a purse race inclnryng Bob Douglas 204 Stoning 2OG Joan 2051 Mnjor Stroir 207i Wilkes Heart 206i H205J Spanish Queen 207 and The 205 Pace on the same day brings Hriro 2f 5i Evelyn W 20 i Ethan Rc rts 204J Star atchen 204f Walter W 204 14 R F D 205 Baron May Day 205 14l I I it 20 k and up nosy I Gene LI leiS I I together I I Whips 205 breaker October DlclC U Ijor land R rrr QVE i1JOOD SHiNGLESt i mjGill METAL GLES can bs laid vithout fuss or bother right overthe old rood shingles changing the top of your builJirfr instantly front a fire catcher to A FIREPROOF ROOF that will last as Ions as the buiHIIne itself and never needs repairs rcr further detailed information prices to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa etcappy l fj j g 2 r f i i Ice Cream Soda Water CocaCola Phos L v Iii phates Grape 7 And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers atII i- FRISBIES DRUG STORE fig f1 rtJfjjjiJjllillnlmfrJ gUrJ rI1il1IiWiig r 831 rti J LyJIillm fllifF I l d2oS l S l rs rtt1v ttt i G W 1 t 1 g h f i z r Juice- ri r t r tPC rCf C r w n ra e r r r a rar r PdE r aw S a Ir 4jPc OUNG men college men feeling men wno de I young a mand a particular individuality of dress will find exactly pleases Lest among Woolens and noLty fashions we are snowing from the Fall line Ed ce GUI These wellknown tailors will make clothes the way you want at from 30 to 50 per cent kelow smaller tailors oral narly and deliver unsur Let us measure youtoday what then the superb Ii 0 of 0j K Co II E It C U ANT C AGO 0 0 6 them what 2 charge passedquality tnOD lei TAILOB5 O a lei stylesh EC T A IN rftgtttffc 9BttH3e8 LOG Sit tlI I iS s 3i a i r J IRi R irIt1 Malleable Range AT i- tii Exhibit Haselden Brothers From October 3rd to 5tht The Malleable Man will how you their Favorite Range You will be served with Hot Biscuits and Coffee Rec3ive Valuable Cook Book beautiful Souvenir and a Present Worth 750- If you buy your Range during the Exhibit A41 7r r 1 The Use Of Actual Money in most transactions is unnecessary is much better to pay by check and tiers have a record and receipt at the same time I I t Checks on this Bank are as good as cash any bet ter than cash many times Why not start an account here Youll find it a convenience and an advantage GARRARD BANK TRUST CO OCT 4 TO 21000 Futurity 3000 Tennessee 5000 Futurity Great 205 Trot 5000 Transylvania Great 202 Pace Tuesday Oct 4 Tuesday Oct 4 Wednesday Oct 5 Wednesday Oct 5 Thursday Oct 6 Friday Oct 7 10000 Championship Stake Monday Oct 10 3000 Cup Stake Monday Oct 10 Thirty Other Sensational Races Daily Concerts One Fare on Railroads ST n P Buying childrens Shoes where it takes two or three pairs to wear children through the winter BUY AT BftTSONS Where one pair lasts the boys a whole year I time I rl xington Trots 14TH RaTE81 INTU i R1KYD I STAKES 85000 PURSES 4 III III iil Iii ill II- III iii 111 II e I II I I Iii tJ ilJ r r 1 3 I r Ii c l l M- 11VI I r BUCKEYE Dr J M Hendren was in Nicholas ville the last of the week Miss Ruth Rays left Tuesday to en ter the Normal School at Richmond Mr R C last week with parents in Madison Miss Fanny Mae Miles of Louisville is with home folks Mrs Addle Miller of Okla is visit ing her parents Dr and Mrs G M Hendren would have been about as welcome t A Cooper of Oswego N Y lungracking cough that defiec all remedies for years It mot troublesome at night he writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which me completely I never cough a night now Millions know its match less merit for stubborn colds obstinat coughs sore lungs lagrippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfever It relieves quickly never fails to satisfy A trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed bj R E McRoberts Son 1m GILES Miss Cora Robinson of Nicholasville was the pleasant visitor of Blanche Stotts last Sunday William H Stotts made a business trip to Lexington list week Mrs Ed Chandler was visiting Mrs Raymond Davis last week Agnes the handsome little of Mr and Mrs Tom Floyd is very sick at this writing Mrs Billy Fain and Mrs George Fain of Jessamine were visitors of Mrs William Stotts last week Mrs Robert Long and handsome little children were visiting her M and Mrs B Ray last week Subscribe for the Record It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg J A Swensen of Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that la doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Buckl ns Arnica Salve cured it sound and well In fallible forSkin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at R E McRoberts Son 1m T HEBRON The continuous rains in this locality are making the Farmers very anxious about their tobacco Rev W N F Jones of Louisville closed a series of meeting at this place on tbeUinst with thirty for baptism and seven by relation and restoration Mr C A Bruce sold to C W his farm for Mr Edd Grow sold to to Mr Jas Speaks two weanling calves for 37 Mr Thomas Montgomery bought of Odus Naylor a hog price 1025 Mrs H R Montgomery who has been ill is improving at this writing Mrs A S Dean is visiting her son Mr Harvey Dean at Bloomfield ill Mr A 0 Montgomery sold his farm near Lock No 8 to Mr Tim Ford price 1000 Mr Jas Crawford sod to Mr Will Scott of Buena Vista a calf for 20 Miss May Scott of Pink was with home folks here from Friday until Sun dayMiss Edith Montgomery of Bryants ville was with her cousin Miss Lou Montgomery Saturday and SundayMr Taylor of Chatham Ill after a few days visit with relatives here returned home Tuesday Mr G A Bruce was with his daugh ters Mesdames Georgia and Frank Gammons in Mercer county a part of last week Miss Inez Preston is quite sick WORLDS FAMOUS DYSPEPSIA PRE SCRIPTION It Drives StoMach Distress ii a few Unites Steps Hearbtoi awl Belckas- If you have anything the matter with your stomach you ought to know right now that MIONA stomach tablets are guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts Son to cure indigestion or any sickness caused by indigestion such as the following or money back Sick headache biliousness dizziness nervousness sour stomach fermenta tion of food belching of gas heavy feeling at pit of stomach vometing of pregnancyIf meals dont digest but lie like a lump of your stomach if you have foul breath and loss of a few MIONA tablets will put your stomach in fine shape in short order If or any of your family suffer prom stomach trouble of any kind get a 50 cent box of MI ONA stomach tablets at once R E McRoberts Son and druggists everywhere soli MIONA on money back plan I was cured of dyspepsia that had assumed the nervous fora by the use of MIONAlind I praise MIONA highly My trouble got weak and nervous so that Icould not sleep the bowels were constipated and I had sharp shooting pine through the kidney regions and bard dull back aches is worth weight in gold falter Teoo SC Clair rMfcb 1630 I Broaddus spent a few days l The Lash of a FleD as a merciless cured and JR wit s FeverSores J Johnson 500 Jennie lead 1 appetite J t 1 t y i r w was daughter parents away t you Hoe Mro NA its I PRESERVING TIME Mercy no sniffed the family Imp exhibiting to the caller a hand wrapped in bandages and a cheek with an extensive burn upon it I didni mangle myself In the ice cream nor run up against poison ivy What happened Why mother tool a little vacation and I did the pre servingI a tender heart confided the imp as she rolled her eyes at her twin sisters who groaned audibly s I determined that as mother hated t do up pineapples I alone would the task and surprise motile when she returned As soon as I had received the cus ternary postal from mother saying Arrived safe all well I phoned grocerIn two hours four dozen luscious pineapples were dumped on my kitch en floor Its never my way to till Im dead but I must admit that that prickly heap of fruit looked to me as formidable as Gibraltar However I got the bread knife It on the edge of the gas range and thought how proud of me Algj would be Algy is Algy likes meThe imp tried to blush but failed All that afternoon narrated family imp I worked like a harvesi hand whacking off the stubble on ends of those pineapples Great indentations the size of a penci appeared in my Then I to quit Even thoughts of Algj could not still the pain of these Why when he came that night my hands were still so sore that he had to massage them for three hours in a quiet corner of the porch The next morning what did twins do but array themselves in then grandest attire and start on a picni They hadnt magnanimity enough t help me in my woe No indeed they sneaked away The Imp glowered upon them By the way dont pine apple skins stick closer then the shine on your nose Luckily for me two tramps came to the back door whit I was finishing the skinning so I gave my last seven pineapples away If hadnt I might not have lived to tel the tale- I had started the job with a bom bastic flourish of my knife and witl hands that looked fit to play the pi ano I finished my twentyninth pine apple with a towel on each throbbing fist Toward the end I had knelt or those pideapples to steady them for I could no more have held one in mj mutilated hand than I could have caressed a boa constrictor The imp sighed in self pity With considerable wincing I man aged to hold the receiver long enough to phone to Algy I told him of mj plight He suggested that since I was so completely done up we ought to gc somewhere for dinner I accepted the invitation but when Algy called foi me he had to pin on my hat and loci the doors The imp glanced innocently at asleep in the porch swing when we gotbackThe day was Saturday and therefore a halfholiday for Algy 1 didnt get at the pineapples till he came He brought with him some thing with which he could pull out the eyes of the pineapples as easily as the dentist takes out a tooth by 8 oclock that evening the eyes were all extracted The twins had to get dinner I was too exhausted Only Algys flow of enabled me to endure those dreadful pineapples Sunday morning Algy came early All that remained was to make the sirup and pour it over the chopped fruit Algy did the chopping I made the sirup The imp felt the burn on her cheek in a gingerly way Its a beauty Isnt it I was some of the mixture Into a jar and Algy happened to be close to me and Anyway there was a pull at my arm the pan shot up into the air there was a splash and I screeched my best Algy caught me in his arms just as I was about to fall The imp cast down her eyes with a studied effort to appear confused That very minute we decided to get married in October On the strength of our blissful understanding Algy sent for his mother to finish the pine applesMother was gloriously surprised when she came home But the twins The imp twirled her diamond ring coyly The twins want mother to go away again They want to try their luck preserving pineapples The Utilitarian Helly Johnny said the village blacksmith I hear your paw has gonelnto politics SureHowd that happen Well my uncle left him a silk hat and a Prince Albert coat in his will and paw had to do something with Postal Work what is the difference between a fourthclass and a third class postoffice do you know Wise Well in the former the always finds time to read all the postal cards himself in the latter sometimes he doesnt Send your WORK l I i t i t- I t freezer perform the sharpened myer the the purple decided indentations the twinsthe themwere patent conversation pour- Ing them II AscumSay postmaster JOB1t r sa- die hands Consequently hey To The r Central 1 LARGfe JOB AHEAD OF HIM The belated and slightly obfuscated individual with the weary feet walked haltingly up the steps of the twostory brick house and rang the bell Nobody appeared And he hammered on the door Then an upper window was raised and a voice called out What do you want Does Mr Johnson live here the caller No are you looking for a maa named Johnson YesWell I see by the new city tory that you have 8205 chances to find him Keep on looking my friend GoodnightThen window closed with a bang the inquirer slowly made his way down the steps and disappeared in the and all was silence save for the occasional exploding of an automobile tire over on the boulevard three or four blocks away Mans Duty to His Profession I hold every man a debtor to his profession from which as men of course do seek to receive countenance and profit so ought they of duty to endeavor themselves by way of amends to be a help and ornament Law Tracts HOG RAISERS Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head We guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Ready to keep hogs healthy and free from dis ease for 5 cents per head per month It cures Cholera Kills Worms Slim ulates the Appetite Aids Digestion and causes hoes to fatten very rapidly This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout the ciuntry Come in and let us tell you about it SOLD BY J R Mount Son Co rc Inquired dire I thereuntoBacon darkness J ABEAZLEY Funeral Director and EmbalmerOf- fice 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 the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire R Parsons- W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price Embry S L Rich W Kinnaird T A Elsdn Dave Thompson J VV Mrs Rebecca West E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold W G Anderson H C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J GConn- j G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co KILL THE CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discovery W S Mrs P Sweeney- Z TRice Jas Sutton Mrs E COUCHA- ND WITH FOR cOLDS PRICK c tat tor OK Yom XbEFuXDED R E McRoherts Drug Store EXCURSION 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN AN ALLTHROATANDLUNGTBOUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPACTOjt P SUNDAY Oct 9 SPECIAL LvJ linCy55AMM- KTKKET MEKT FM tWTKVUK TRAIN t c PLUMBING HOT WATER AND sum mm Let us make you prices can save you some money TIN ROOFING We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing can furnish on short notice CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky I H Call and see my new line of Heating and Cooking Stoves The Stoves are right and the prices are right W J ROMANS Just received a Car Load of I American Fence 28 l2cfe rod for 30 days I J R Son Co I Mount rrr i x i r per Sc Under the Paint V All wagons look pretty much alike when finished m Tarnished How are you going to know what sort of timber is I UNDER THE PAINT I Even if yon were a wagon expert you couldnt telL H There is only one Buy a wagon built by a maker yon know is reliable For nearly sixty years the House of Studebaker has B a reputation for building the best wagons made and for absolutely honest dealing paintedand way Y o ycw Wx r f maintained When you know you can depend on the wiy take cfcaaces witk aay otter We sell and gaaraitee the Stidebaker J R Mount Son Co Lancaster Ky Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a day S W MOSSPhone INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH ifAZLIY Office National Bank of Lancaster I i t I 90 t I II HI1SELDEN I Phone 3 z I Vfi p j THE Notional Bonk Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DEXXV resident J E STORUES Vies Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennv J WilliamsL Gill W I Your Husband Will BeUnwilling have you go back to ordinary flour once he has tasted the delicious bread cakes baked from trIAfJM I I to c WHITE SWAN FLOUR Why not try a sack of it The result will please him and you too The cost of White Swan Flour is no more than that of common Flour Try a sack your next order Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop I 1 J1UI FIMUlIJIn 1 t it J S WALKEK President fr J S Vice Prest Jorrxsox ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier WOBiONKYAsst C D WALKER Bookkeeper X J JB Asst BookKeeper Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS JS Johnson BT Hudson mold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnold I or I J WALKER r If I J Walker Ja y tt ZANCASTREKY t Cash r t Public Sale hung decided to sell out I will TUESDAY OCT 11 10 for sale my farm containing 233 acres with all necessary improvements This farm is located two miles south of Lancaster on Crab Orchard pike it being the home part of my late father David Thompson said to be one of the Ijest farms in Central Kentucky All firstClass tobacco and hemp laud never fvi inn water and all in grass Will also sell 03 acres adjoining fart This has 2 small houses on it extra good set of grass and well water ed If not sold privately before day of sale 1 will sell 67 expoit cattle 22 good feeding cattle 2 extra combined geldings 2 years old 1 family poise 7 old all sound 2 mares and colts 1 yearling filly IS hogs 1 extra milk cow 2 calves lot of feed 2 buggies and harness 1 new Walter A Wood Mow lug Machine TERMS on land onehalf cash gal once in one two or three years with 5 per cent Possession given January 1st 1510 TERMS on personal property made on day of sale Sale begins at 10 A M BOOTH THOMPSON Anyone desiring to see property call on me and I will be glad to show then The Hog Argument The Republican Convention at Leh anon which nominated Dr Gaddie for Congress constructed rather a remark ible platform for him to run on says the ElzibetSjtown news The last plank is something novel indeed It relates to what a hog will buy and is as followsA hog would buy 89 pounds of 7SV 7 Rio CdTie in March 18fiG measured by wholesale values it would buy 351 pounds in March 1910 A 300 pound login 1896 would buy 10 barrel of salt t would buy 30 barrels in 1U10 A 300 pound hog would buy 244 pounds jf granulated sugar in 1896 it would buy 669 pounds in 1910 A 300 pound iog in 1S96 would buy 28 yards of ir in carpel it would buy 60 yards in HO A 300 pound hug would buy 22S ards of Amoskea gingham in 1896 ir would buy 454 yards in 1910 A 300 pound hog in 1850 would buy 159 yards FruitofJieLoom bleached domestic it would buy 318 yards in 1910 A 300 pound hug would buy 5 pairs mens vici kid shoes Good year wolf in 18i it would puy 12 pairs in 1910 A 300 pound hog in 1896 would buy 15 yards f worsted diagonal 12 ounce suitings it would buy 24 yards in 1910 In 1896 a 300 pound hog would buy 600 pounds of barbed wire it would buy 1366 pounds in 1910 In 18 96 a 300 pound hog would buy 390 pounds of eight penny nails it would buy 1 721 pounds in 1910 This list could be extended to other farm prod ucts but these serve to show the hap py and prosperous situation of the farmer under Republican administra tion and to suggest the sensible way to vote in the future Now everybody knows that the price of hogs was about three and a half cents a pound in 1896 and they are now around ten cents or about three times as much We did not think that be cause hogs had advanced 300 per cent and therefore ought to buy three times as much in commodities which have not advanced that the Republi can party was entitled to credit for it We knew that the Repubicans had frequently claimed credit for the pros perity for the former which was due to a generous Providence but we did not knew until this platform that it also claimed credit for the in creased price in hogs If there had been a tariff on hogs of course they would have claimed that the tirilT put the price up We do not think that Dr Gaddie will make any votes on the hog plank Women Women who suffer from female ailments frequently neglect their trouble till a general breakdown follows Dent wait till year case is as bad as that take Cardii fa time It is a sale reliable aedicule for all women on I years known CIa I galvanized wesaw titer I w w Take CARDUI i Mrs leutare of Pierce Ha tried Cardni and alter ward wrote I was a suf ferer fran an sorts of fe alefrMMe had pail in my side pains ksCMld Ml SMrtKss tf breath 1 saffered fir years omy tar The first Mlle gave JM relief aid MW I am alaMst weD Try Carwill Kelpyw fay slsf i I W ii z M E43- of t- yti 1 a Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital orgars like strains on machinery cause bleak downs You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowls or nerves with out serious danger to yourself If you are weak or rundown or under strain of any kind take Electiic Bit ters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van de Sande of Kirkland III writes That I did not while enduring a most severe strain for three months is due whillj to Eectric Bitters Use them and enjoy health and strength Satisfac tion positively guaranteed 50c at R E McRoberts 1m PAINT LICK Mrs C E 3IcWhorter and daughter Mayme spent Saturday in Uichmond Mrs Ellen B Wilson and little son George have returned from a visit to her brother Mr W 0 Mays of Rich mond Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford is the guest of Mrs W L Wallace Mr Owen McKinney and children of Lebanon are visiting friends and relatives in this neighborhood Mrs E L Woods was in Lexington TuesdayMr has a nice line of dry goods and groceries in his new store Miss Faulkner of Campbellsyille has a position with Mrs Ely as milliner Miss Margaret Saunders of Nicholas chile is the guest uf Miss Mirgaret RenickMr Ballard had two fine horses killed by lightning last SKIN AFFECTIONS Whether on Infant or Grown Person by Zemo and Zemo Soap An Unusual Offer The R E McRobei ts Son says to every person be it map woman or child who has an irritated tender or itching stilt to come to cm store and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake of ZEMO soap and if yot are not entirely satisfied with results come back and get your money Si contident are we of the elllcaucy o this clean simpe treatment that we make you this unusual ITer ZEMO clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema pimples dandruff and other forms of skin eruption ZEMO and ZEMO soap are the must economical on well as the cleanest and mo ten ect ice treatment for of the skin or scalp whether on infant or grown person Dona Mae Eastund Miss Mary Siillobourer was the guest of Mrs Bert Moberly of Madison county Sat urday and Sunday and attended at Salem Miss Texie entetained quite a number of her young friends very ple asantly Sunday Mr and Mrs Mrs John Hill of Lan caster were with relatives at this place Piiday night Mrs Farris Agee was with her dau ghto Mrs Joe Hendren of Midison county Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Travus Casey were in Lancaster Wednesday Mr Agee sold to Mr Grant Sanders two calves for 30 00 Mr Stonie Sebastain sold to Mr G o Scbastin some cattle for 04cts per lb The little eleven months old baby girl of Mr and Mrs Robert Br ad pus died with pneumonia Thursday and was hurried Friday in the Gilead cem etary Much sympathy is extended to the grief stricken parents A large congregation assembled at the waters of Paint Lick creek near Bradshaws mill for the purpose if babtisin Sunday Ther were tijit con vertions and I hey proceeded to the Gilead churchhouse and received Back Gives Out PLENTY OF LANCASTER READ ERS II AYE THIS EXPERIENCE You tax the kidneys overwork them They cant keep up the continual strainThe back gives aches and painsUrinary troubles set in Dont waifclonger take ney Pills Residents of this vicinity endorse themCan Lancaster people doubt the fol lowing evidence Capt Thomas Richards W Main St Stanford St Ky Many years ago my kidneys began troube me My back so lame that I could not stoop and I slept poorly at night Symetimes an almost com plete retention of the kidney existed then again I had a fre quent desire to pass them When the kidney secretions voided a burning pain was present I finally had the good fortune to learn of Doans Kidney Pills and I commenced their use This remedy gave me great relief and in view of my experience I consider it the bestpreparation of ics kind X ever taken I have rec omended Doans Kidney pills to scores of people and everyone has re ported that good results have follow ed sale by all Price 50 cents FosterMil burn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States 162ttake no outer I I Saturday Drug- Store isa Alee Farti outit DoansKid says to came theIr use dealers breakdown Cured C alT ctiuns TEAiIEHSI ILLS Miss services membership secretions were have For Remember tha3nameDnansandr 9 A JUDGE TOBACCO At Louisville Justice ORear Makes Striking Talk On Burley Pool Justice E C ORear of the Ken tucky court of appeals took The Situation as the subject for a striking address before the Mens Club of the Crescent Hill church in Louisville The seri eus light in which he regards the of growers is shown in the declaration If the farmers are not prosperous there is not a town In Kentucky except Louisville that could stay on the map longer than it would take the railroads to move the citizens away Kentuckys Rich Monopoly Kentucky needs more money said Judge ORear and people are not going to give it to us Vo have been inviting foreign capital ever since I have been big enough to read the newspapers but it either has not received the invitation or been busy elsewhere Kentucky produces 75 per cent of the burley tobacco of the world and more tobacco pf all kinds than any equal territory grown elsewhere is no more Kentucky tobacco than blue crass is Kentucky bluegrass when grown iu Missouri Horses can be raised wher ever a man can but there is no thcr oughbred like the one brad old Kentucky So there is something in this domain chosen by our ers for a home when they had the whole west to choose from that is conducive to the production of tobac co Practically we have a monopoly of its production Efficacy of Organization There is nothing in that muddy stream called the Ohio river that makes it natural for people living north of it to be more successful And there is no reason why Indiana and Illinois and Ohio should grow richer every year while Kentucky barely holds her own unless it is be cause they are given a protection that Kentucky is not Judge ORear declared that he felt It was permissible for any man inter ested in establishing Kentucky where she was 50 years ago her sis ter states to concern himself with the great movement of organization which has the approval of the press the courts and the constitution and is similar to organ izations which were approved by the predecessor of tlie present president of the United States THE FINAL ANALYSIS Shelby Sentinel If the tobacco grower does not pool his 1910 product there is but one reason for it It can he in a single word It is an ugly one too and one that we hate to utter or to give place to in our minds Yet it is the only one that will stand the of a diagnosis That word is selfishness Now that we have spit it out let there be none to believe that The Sentinel is ary the loss sincere in its friendship to the tobacco grow It is by reason of our intense lo j for the farmer and his interes j which are a part of our own that we have forced ourselves to this extreme statement in the hope that the evil may be corrected and cured while there is time To repeat again let the days for profitless discussion of the good things done by the pool be ended The proof is too abundant and patent for argument The question and the only one that is up to the farmer today is will you pool your crop If you still in sist on argument and angry let us add tell your troubles to the marines well none of them Pool pool pool your crop The crop of 1910 Thats all A WARNING TO INDEPEN DENTS Cynthiana Log Cabin The issues are made up and the in telligent farmer can not fail to realize that he is in the most serious position he has ever occupied He can pool his crop and thereby help insure a good market for years to come or he can sell out to the trust and help kill the goose that lays the golden egg There are thousands of farmers who think they can sell out and not affect the general result farmers who are willing to take the chances on some one else keeping up the marketIt to be seen whether tho majority of farmers will do their duty to themselves and their neigh bors or will hold out and let the pool go to ruin We have no words of abuse for the Independent and we believe we have never applied the word dumper to the outsiders But we want to warn these independents that they are doing all in their rower to ruin the tobacco market for years to come i and that they will succeed in doing it unless they quickly join the pool in large numbers Each independent can do more than any old cooler because every time an independent joins he is fol lowed by four or five old poolers who I have been waiting on the Indepen j dents We want to urge the inde pendents to quickly join their neigh bors and insure the success cf the pool A few more weeks and it be everlastingly too late Holds Office TOP Life An alderman of the city of London holds office for life A Mai aflrea Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous energy are never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities j and the success they briug use Dr j Kings Life Pills the regulators for keen train and strong j body 25catB 1m f f I I O i IJ CLUB j in fo erath j i I I legislature today described teat discussion l Sun r f ftt f l f tf j f BEFORE CHUBCII Tobacco Presbyterian organization has i Tobacco amour the may New matchless EMcxoberts v 1 ltlIIIIIIIlllltl11111111 ow i tr IS THE TIME TO USE i Gien Lily Flour White House Flour i is nearly as good Call your they all sell it f Garrard Milling Co i i LANCASTER KErrucnY tt i IIItII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 4Inmii E 4 t grocer of the weather or of the good nature of your neigh bors Stop in and order your coal now while the A I BE IJl 1 p 1 nn tul I 111 SI r P I J i04 JDap thermometer is high and the price low The man who waits till frost to order his coal pays good and plenty for g his delay A wise man will order now 5S LailbdSk 06 Appalachian Exposition GREATEST EVER IN THE SOUTH Knoxviile Tenn Ssot 12 to Oct 12 Muirnificent tad Mammoth Buildings Mire to see Amuse than Ever OtTered at Southern Exposition 10000 in Purses for Trottinir Races 10000 in Aerial Exploitation by machines of Wriirht Brothers Strobei and other Aeronaut See the Air Ships 525000 in Matchless Fireworks Grand Battle of the Pains Fail of Prompeii MulhaUs Famous Wild West mr 25 Other Shows of Note Greatest Bands in all America REMEMBER THESE SPECIAL DATES and Races SepJernber 1217- Nisrht Horse Show September 17H15 Bunch Show Pigeon and Pet Stock Show September 27 to October 1 Poultry Show Wright Brothers Days September 2220- Stroebeis Dirigible Baloon Every lay September 12 to Oct 12 Pains Fire Works Every 12 to October Battle of the Clouds September IJ24 September to October 1 Admission to grounds 5Octs in Day After 6 p m 25cts Special railroad rates every day and remarkably low rates to Knoxville and return on Tuesday and Thursdays as follows LVXCASTEU JG5 STANFORD 350 JuTfcriox CITY 370 SEE THIS GREAT EXPOSITION WJ PRESIDENT When you think of building see the Danville lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished il Ill I III I I lumber Mfg Co III l t 1ijI iI I I I I I II RUflnin and I I I I ILiveStock uuI u September 23 1 I 0 u u October 51 AirShip EveningSeptember I nnunuu I Fall of Pompei u I L OLIVER J A 1 i 9 I rID w t1 HlU G Clouds and wss 1 f i Take a Codak I JIEEJ IE I i I with you and let me fur nish it I have l1 7 just bought a nice assort and also supplies John McRoberts Lancaster Kentucky I i r m 1 men t r r i Cordially Invitedto attend our Fall Opening and Show September 30th and October 1st at which time we will have on display all the FASHIONS In LADIES APPAREL For FALL aid WINTER UNUK on these two days we shall endeavor to show the public and our many patrons the prettiest and most uptodate line of Merchandise ever displayed in Lancaster and we urge every Lady who is interested in correct and up to the hour Clothes to be present c f I a AlB AMI you Are i Fashion I NEWEST READY TO WEAR i= = Fall Opening and Fashion Show Friday and Saturday Sept 30th and Oct l stI The Store That Satisfies I A Brief Mention of the Corning and Goings ty7ho e Vrt Art Interested In Mr John Bel has been visiting Mrs 3rover Gastinau Lewis L Walker spent last Sunday at home Mrs Ann W Robinson is visiting relatives at P itt Lick Mr Z in Murphy of Panama was a recent visitor in Lancaster Ii Ware Roberts has returned from a stay in the Falls City Mrs WR Cult and little daughter Leona are visiting in Richmond 3Ir Z T Rice or Richmond was mingling fiends Court day Miss M tble M ison was the week2nd guest of her parents in Richmond Mr and Mrs Alvin Estes of Newby visited Miss M ittie Etes monday Miss Katie Lee Denny visited Miss Van Meter in Lexington last week Rov mooch of Ilarrimuu Tenn was visiting in Lancaster the past week Mr Jim Smith and family left to reside in Hamilton Ohio The Womans Club will meet with Mrs Clay Sutton the first Gf October Mr Taylor of Madison has been visiting his sister Mrs A E Sanders Mr R II Batson is making a busi ness trip of several days in Cincinnati Mr Jarvis Carrier of Berea has been his brother W S Carrier E K SUivin of Danville has been visiting Mr and Mrs Thomas R Slav io Miss Fannie West has returned from several days visit in the citv of Mrs Rebecca Welsh is in Danville the guest of Mr and Mrs George Rob insonMiss Mary Duty was in Lexington on a recent visit to her friend Mis Rogers Pi u miner Kincaid of Stanford were with Lancaster friends Monday Mrs W T West has returned from a visit to Mrs W B OBannou of StanfordMr Kinnaird is making good in the insurance business in Stanford Mr and Mrs R S Naylor are rejoic jog over the arrival of a baby boy in their home Ed G Doty has returned to Pecos Texas after a visit to his father Mr Alex Doty Editor Shelton Sauflcv of Stanford was in town Court day shaking hands with friends Mr J S Ilaselden has returned from a trip to New York and several Eastern points Miss Nell Johnston is at Battle Creek Mich with her sister Mrs Belle Burnside Elder F M Tinder came home from a trip to Texas and other Southern States Mr T B Walker has returned from Battle Creek Mich very muched iw proved in health Mr Charles Calvesh of Memphis has been a recent visitor of Mr and Mrs B II Batson Roscoe Action of Indianapolis is at home for a visit to his parents Dr and M Acton Mrs Mattie P Frisbie is at home ashort stay with Mr and Mrs W C Price of Danville Mr James Hilton has returned to Middlesburo after a pleasant visit sister G House Mr and Mrs Clay Wall of El Paso Texas are guests 02 their Uncle Mr family I I j Abo I l Judge with I I I i with j I J and JlfS J i I MrsJ after J4 TL Broaddus I I I i I ssi1 t t J yesterday r Louisville J 3Ir 1 yesterday this Mrs M and b r Mrs Jesse Arnold nas returned to her home in Frankfort after a visit to her mother Mrs Ela Bettis Mr and Mrs Shelby Tribble and baby of Harriman Tenn are guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Riddleburger Mrs Ross Bast in save a sumptuous dining Monday in honor of Mr and Mrs Clay Wall of Ei Paso Texas Mrs J M Meier and Mrs Fred Sotie of Danville have been visiting friends and relatives in Lancaster Mrs E Price attended the W C T U Convention in Danville last week and was the guest of Mrs S P Grant Prof J W Grinstead of Richmond tilled the pulpet at the Christian church Sunray morning and evening Mr and Mrs W 1 Williams have returned from a ten days visit to Oklahoma and other western cities Misses Bertha and Bettie Walker Burnside have been recent guest of Mr and Mrs Louis Landram of Dan villeMisses Nannie Sears of San Anton io and Belle of are the guests of Mrs Malcolm House Mrs Ann Walker left fur a visit to her son J B Walker cf Richmond before returning to Huntington West Virginia Mrs Henry Simpson and little daughter Elizabeth Logan Simpson are at home from a visit to Lexington relatives Messrs Henry Tribble of Jefferson Tribble of Richmond have been with her sister Mrs Henry Rid dleburgerMr Mrs Luther Gibbs and daughter Miss Elizabeth have been in Danville and Mrs John Baughman Dr E II Pearce who is receiving a a very cordial welcome back to Will preach next Sunday morning and evening Miss Mattie Estes has been visiting her sister Mrs Harvey Pendergrass at Deatsville and also Mr and Mrs T J Daniels at Bardstown The Womens Club met Friday ternoon at the home of Mrs R E Mc Roberts The object of their meeting was to reorganize for the fall and win ter months Mr Ollie Wallace of Charlotte N C a former Garrard County boy who is making good in the Real Estate busi ness in N C is here to see friends and relatives and to make arrangements about selling his mothers farm near Point Leavell Plea for Toleration Think not that thy word and thine aloiic must be right Sophocles MoundCity Paints may cost a trifle morebul C C J E Siormes Public Sale As administrator of the estate of David Chenault deceased I will offer for sale publicly on the premises on Irvine pike one mile from Richmond at ten oclock a m on Wednesday Oct 5 191i The beautiful suburban homeland about 30 acres of land This land is as fertile as can be found anywhere in the State of EeiM city and would the On this land is a modern residence with all necessary outbuildings and abun dance of fruit and weter At same limeand place will aiso sell household and kitchen furniture some bay corn and farming implements carriage cow etc TKUMS The real estate will be sold onethird cash in one and two years interest at rate of six per cent from date until paid Personal prop erty 10 and under cash over 10 pay able Jan 1 1911 without interest Possession will be given on day of sale if desired For further particu lars call on Mrs David Chenault at the farm C F Chenault near by or write J admr Lancas ter Ky Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer 9iest i I Texts Somerset visiting I I J uc aft I I I produce 6cco I W 1 i Tulsa Miss y Louisville Mr Lancaster finest room a balance Elmore 5 u 7Y THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY Indicted For Cutting Telephone Wires Of The Bastin Telephone Company Special to The Record Danville Ky Sept 27th Fodr of the sensational ever returned by a Boyle grand jury came this afternoon when B P Chase Horace Cann Ern est Wallinger and R P Shefiet all of Harriman Tennessee were indicted ou the charge of destroying three mil es of the telephone lines of the Bastin Independent Telephone Company Hedgeville and Hubble on the of April 20 As will be the lines were cut down and an investigation proved that the work had been done by experts who had visited the property in the dead hour of night and cut the wires quick ly It was learned that the men were in rubber tired buggies They bean cutting at either end and wound up by meeting in the middle and then fled It cost a large sum of money and a delay of almost a month before talking over over the line could be re sumedAs known the private lines of the Kentucky Advocate were cut down several months ago by order of the East Tennessee Company It Is a certainty that strange men from Tennessee would not personally single out the Bastin lines and come all the way to Boyle county and them down as a matter of pure pas time The men will rested as soon as possible and the general belief is thatthes will lay the plot bare Jefferson School of Law On October the first The Jefferson School of Law of Louisville Kentucky will be open for the session of 191011 Having been a student in this school for the past two sessions we naturally feel a deep interest in it and desire the young men of county to know something of the advantages this splendid institution offer Every man would do well to study law even tho you never intend to practise for no matter what business you are in there comes a time when your legal knowledge is a benefit to you The Jefferson School of Law offers each and every individual who is possessed of a good character a strong body and an unlimited amount of push and hus tle the opportunity to go thru ua good law school No matter if you havnt one cent of money if you are you can get a position in the city of Louisville and work during the day and attend school at night from seven to ten Before you start you may think that you will never in the wide world find time to study your after you delve into the mysteries of the law for a few weeks you find your yourself stpdying every spare moment If you have money to spend on your education and dont have to work your way thru still this school offers great opportunities for you are associated with the shrewdest lawyers and the most learned Judges that the State of Kentucky produces and you are allow ed to attend the courts during the day We will ever indebted to this school and to the splendid faculty for the benfits your editor has reaped always have a good word to jily for the old school The 21000 Kentucky Futurity At UK Lexington Trots Kentuckys Great Trots begin on Tuesday and last two weeks On the first day the great Kentucky Futurity richest and great est colt race in the world will be Fifteen of the 3year ever bred eligible and the field will proball compromise Colora do E 2061 the 3yeartrot ter Forbes 206i Native Bell 2074 Geo Todd 209 Emily 210 Sue D 210 Douglas Mc Gregor 213 and others with 206 and batter speed saved for the blue ribbon race of the trotting turf On the day is the Ten cessee Stake for fast pacers in which are Bland S 220 Kay 202 the unbeaten Abbe 204 Earl Jr 204 The Philistine trial 203 Evejy W 205 R F D 205 Col 205 Remember the dates 414 and the half fare from airKentucky points m t I between ni ht I dirty- I I cut- entIre our determined lessonhowever i an 4th decided olds T Ellen Ess H r c l indicts county remembered independent beat feel shall October 1 grandest are Malcolm same famous F rrest October h ti y1 W Teachers Association The Teachers Association of DiE trlct Nonber 15 meets at Mt Taber Church near Paint Lick Saturday October 1st 1910 The following pro gram is to be rendered Devotional Exercises 10 A M Prof EG McDo uglas Opening address Miss Higgins Superintendent The Need of Public Schools Mrs McQnerry How to Secu re Attendance Miss Eva Merryman Music Best Methods of Teaching Grammar and Composition Miss Henritta Baily Civil Goverment Jessie Baird Arithmetic Joe Sowder Vocal Solo Mrs E Anderson Noon Address Prof I H Booth The Idea Teacher Miss Ida Hurt History Mrs Baird Reading Miss McCann Elements of Reading and how to ob tam them Miss Cora Hurt Music Geography Miss Maud Spainhower Spelling Miss Mariam Ledford How to Study H L Wallace A Reading Miss Mamie McWhortor Physiology S L Baird Punishment in Rural Schools Mrs J A Arnold Dismission Everybody is ipvited to come and br ing dinner We hope to have an enjoy able day Stella McWhorterVice Pres Telephone Nerve Telephone nerve is a new com plaint Those who run in to a neigh bors to call up somebody without ex pense are the real cases though the doctors dont include them YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Fresh oysters at Zimmers Call 17 oysters R Zimmer Exchange Lots of good things to eat Circle 9 305t I am Jersey bull for 100 cash R L Elkin Exchange all day Oct 1st at Hurts Store Circle It Bazaar and exchange Dec 2nd and 3rd Orders taken for cakes and fan cy articles Circle 9309t FOR SALE A spotted pony 18 months old L E Herron For Sale 30000 yellow pine 4 by 4 by 1G on John M Farra Pelgrimage Tobacco Company A beautifu and ractical cook book and useful free to every visi tor at the Bend Malleable Steel Range exhibit at Haseldens Store all next week Amateur developing and printing neatly done Kodaks repaired 9292t C B Bastin Tel 225 Perfect baking quality is certainly demanstrated n the South Bend Mal leable Steel Rimge operation at Haselden store next week Hot bisc uits and free coffee I am in market at all times for fat and mules also for horses See phone 95 before you sell W B Burton You never saw a Sooth Bend Malle able Rang Tie Malleable nan and the Malleable acf will be pleased to show you at of Haselden Brs October 3rd to 6th Miss Liana assist Mrs Iva F Teater witft the fall sewing at same place on Richmond Street Also stamping call and see us we will your patronage Madames Teater and Moss Good cooks sayAh South Bend Steel Cook Book is bet ter than ever this year Free at their exhibit at Haseldens stare all next week FOR SALE stock of General Merchandise at Buckeye Ky Best Stand In the county Jeinie Broaddus Son Buckeye Ky j eo eo r I for 1sb Saturday I I ft Georgia 11 so v ler So n th t e ng m or the tore oss will Ra tIt t j 4Iu Oc jfl9tb standing l appreciate Malleable Mrs 1 e C r Having Rioter Lad from the head of Crawford Bros herd of pure St Lamberts we offer his ser vice at 500 at leap with privilige of returning cow Walker Bros Point Leavell Ky No Fake Sale Entire stock at for cash tf R L Bagan Notice y The Taxes for re now due and in order to save later on come G T Ballard Sheriff Having change location will sell at less than cost for cash my entire stock Drygoods Gro ceries and Shoes tf R L Hagan Farm For Safe 102 acres well improved handsome baick residence eight roan one mile from Bryantsville on the Lexington pike Address 9 2 8t G T Higginbothm Farm For Sale 45 Acres sandstone level Im proved W O Wearren 9 9 4t McCreary Ky City Taxes PasfDue All city taxes on March 1st and I must insist that all who have not so far paid come to me at once and settle up L E Herron 994t City Marshal A Good Position Can be had by ambitious young men and ladies in the field of Wireless or Railway telegraphy Since the 8hour law became effective and since the Wireless cempanies are establishing stations throughout the country there is a great shortage of telegraphers Positions pay beginners from 870 to 890 per month with good chance of advancement The National Tele graph Institute operates six official institutes in America under supervi sion of R R and Wireless Official and places all graduates into positions It will pay you to write them for full details at Cincinnati 0 or Philadel phia Pa 995t What A Famous Editor Says The editor of the TaylorTrotwood Magazine wrote to one of bis friends these words You asked me to notify you if I saw an opportunity for a safe investment I have it for you I never knew until now what a good for a money making investment this magazine afforded You asked me to let you in on the ground floor aud I am doing 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 to the magazine both for 1000Let us have your order new This opportunity is limited Write Taylor Trotwood Publishing Sale Having decided to locate in the West I wish to sell my place of about 24 acres situated on Back Creek near Stony Point school house on Rich mond and Lancaster dirt road five miles from Lancaster 15 acres good bottom land splendid tobacco land good orchard apples peaches and plums the best of well water on route fronts road 200 yards from school house good five room house and other buildings at the of four roads i mile from rail road also chickens turkeys and other fowls One good lurneis mare one good milk cow jfiUi first calf and household aadirtcfceD furniture and some farming tcpte You can i lor thIs place years Will give you easy paymeatt Mn Tabltba C Doty 394t sj Lancaster KT cot 923 191 in and Closing decide and 923 filth t I opportun- Ity Taylorrrot subscription f C- oP intro dpurchased ago t rush settles e- 9164t 0 Sale to wer due rural Intersection with tobacco w Style Store For Women I Any one who wishes to be Stylishly Correctly and a few moments spent during either of these two days inspecting the New Suits Coats Skirts Waists and Furs now on exhibition here THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY KENTUCKY Becominglyattired willenjoy t LANCASTER = = FALL and WINTER Millinery Opening You are cordially invited Saturday 06t 1st 10 MRS ADA KINNAIRD Danville Avenue Stormes Building Saturday Oct 1st we will have a special display of An inspection by all will be appreciated R S BROWN MISS ARNOLD invites the public to attend her FALL MILLINERY OPENING Saturday October 1st 1910 We will have on display all the latest Patterns as well as home Creations r E o i I g R a I IW lEI I i I I1- FFJ F WILL1JVE1tY s a1arS1a s S1 II 1m y I I is t I e Eastern ANNOUNCEMENT OF J H Baughmans Horse and mule exchange at his home just sold in Stanford Ky Sold out to do business and not to quit business I have just returned with 5 car loads of mares and geldings of all sizes from Shetland ponies to half draft mares 1 to 5 years old that will weigh 1200 to 1400 when matured just the kine to raise high priced mules this I know from actual experience 15 Yearling 14 to 12 Draft Fillies 20 2yearold 14 to 12 Draft Mares 40 3 to 5yearold 14 to 12 Draft Mares 10 3 to 4yearold 14 to 12 Draft Geldings 10 General Purpose Geldings 20 General Purpose Mares 30 Branded Ponies and Several Shetland Ponies- I will close or put into winter quarters all unsold These horses and mares were bought in Missouri and Montana and twothirds of them were branded but raised under fence and will handle kind and gentle PRICES FROM 15 to 200 I will close out or put into winter quarters all unsold by Nov 15 preparatory to going to Atlanta to engage in the mule business until April 15 1911 Will then return and prepare for my annual sale of Mules and Broodmares to be held next September As I bought these to eat a surplus of grass will exchange any of them for any other stock to graze especially mules and cattle Am always in the market for highclass mules and cattleJ H BAUGHMAN Phone 46 and 1 16 Stanford Kentucky FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER The Central Record for one year a pa per devoted to the best interest of Lancaster Garrard County Regular price 1 00J j Home and Farm the Souths greatest agricultural paper for a full year regular price 50c and worth it Uncle Remus Home Magazine founded by Joel Chandler Harris a Magazine especially made for the Southern people a full year regular price and worth it Good Housekeeping the best Magazine published for the home and housewife one full year regular price 150 and worth it And The Evening Post a daily newspaper devoted to in terest of Kentucky and its people equal to any daily newspaper in the country for 3 months regular price 125 and worth it morel I out IllinoiS were only rn a CIQ r I p 1 t 4 t 1 lrlfIt 1tJ h t I U fPIfr 111 ti i tVi Fiv6 Good Pap6fs for i2 and 100 the best i- N c 1 t 3b J Here you have a value of 525 The wonderful offer we make for all five is 200Please understand this offer is made to you with the distinct that subscriptions will not be accepted from persons who can secure The Evening Post from local agent or carrier Give your order to The Central Record DONT FAIL TO SEE THE Type UpToDate and Nothing But Good Material Used ADVERTISING Within the Reach of Your Pocketbook Our Circulation Goes to all the Homes understanding RATES I COAL We are handling best brands of coalBLACK BEAR RED ASH JELLICO and Blue Gem Block and Nut BENNETT JELUCO You will find our prices cheaper for quality than other dealers v Coal 10 to 14C per bushel at yard or on cars Any one want Ing car load will sell very close as cheap as you can buv from the H B NORTHCOTT DEPOT STREET CHEAP Also mines I Clean Eggs t Fresh 18c Cash L r Y My Farm of 1 66 Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further particu lars N H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky I I I writeme I FOR SALE Farm and Stock Mr J A Bratton Jr sold to Mr I Hamilton a good saddle horse fur S300 00 Minnesota Experiment Station has foundjthat April and May hatched pullets males the best winter layers The turkey crop of the United Slates last year was about G50UOOi head of which Missouri produced 455 000In the year ending June 30 lUlU there were exported from the United Stitoi 36802374 bushels of corn a 35853412 bushels in the year Cot J P Chandler sold on Saturday- for Tinsley Spuonamore the hitlers place near Preacheisville of 110 acres to A T Nunueilcy of Stanford for 500Mr J H Baughman of Stanford was in town Court day He has just returned from a trip through II Mo and Mont where he bought live car loads nf extra fine draft bred mares and Cols J J Mosersnld last week his farm of 133 acres in the Turnersvill section to S L of Lincoln Co at an acre Mr loser bought this price about six months ago for SSO an acre Do not hold cockerals for market too Ifng after they reach the weight of four or five pounds the price per pound generally goes down and you are feeding away your profits It is so easy to do It is up to you to get your money out of them at the earliest opportunity A young turkey is like a cat its pow er of recuperation is remarkable You are never sure that it is dead They can often be picked up to all pur poses cold inert corpes and held in hands and warmed and then comes a gasp and a return to life and the bird is quite ready for breakfast in the According to figures compiled by the Government Crop Reporter the combined receipts of eggs donna the month of August 1910 at six leading markets including Boston Chicago Cincinnati Milwaukee New York and Louis were 910022 cases The re vipts at the same markets during August were 931 379 cases Georgetown Court Monday was day at Georgetown with 3SO cattle on the market 1 000 pound feeders were sold for 325 per hundred yeailii s at from 4 to a hundred calves 50 to 10 50 each and yearling heifers from 10 50 to li 5t apiece Mr Peak also sold 125 wean fug mules ranging from S50 to S11C cacti Xebrasia Our apple orchard Is on thin laud and vas badly neglected when we bought the place After two years of heavy applications of stable manure we made that old orchard yield at the rate of 1500 bushels of apples per dcre in one year The trees were so close together however and the yield so large that they were greatly weakened We then took the bull by the horns and cut out every other tree and are going to have splen did results this year The udder of a cow has a good deal to do with her value as an economical producer An ideal udder should not be too large but should have sufficient capacity to allow the continued growth of the cells necessary in the nanufacture of milk The udder should be evenly balanced in front and behind and should be covered with soft velvety hair and be free from blemishes and fleshiness It shculd extend well forward and well up behind and the teats should be evenly placed Humus is a variable infinite sort of matter difficult to classify complex sometimes highly ni trogenous and sometimes nearly ni trogen free composed of mixed ani mals and vegetable latter in its intermediate forms of decomposition but not complete A little green corn will help out amazingly when the pastures get short these hot dry days Care must be used in feeding it but it is if it can be made to bring a big ger profit than when fed green as a supplement to failing pastures And you get full value for the entire crop when used in this manner It takes twothirds of all the good cow eats to keep her alive and with out loss of flesh and the other third of ordinary good rations to enable her to give milk The expense of two thirds of the money earning rations has to be incurred when the cow is earning nothing Angora goats of both sexes will sometimes breed when five months old and often at six months but from the fact that they are at this but a month or two from weaning time and are not nearly full grown it is ob vious that they should not be to breed With native grass lambs or with lambs fresh from the range country it would not be advisable to begin heavy when placed in the dry an abrupt change is not conducive to the best health nor to the best gain with any class of animals With the present and promised advent of extremely dry hot weather it must be that now is the to feed the sweet fodder corn you to plant through these columns last wring for soiling purposes The preceding San nskv 100 thi morning IBO curt 5 t rom 15 A farmer writes from county chemically mattermostlyt- he permitted first lotas pastures Trio bered I Las iist Times Salina doubtful age future sliprt a ry Does It pay to manure at the rate of 45 or 50 tons per acre This depends largely oil the cost of ma nure In many instances the cost of hauling far exceeds the first cost ot the manure Much of the manure used the large cities is had for the ha ling while it is the exception rather than the rule that it costs more than 50 cents a ton At this price or less a grower can well afford to make rather long hauls and to use the ma nure freely especially for such crops as lettuce celery onions and other crops grown by intensive methods A man who is content with a cow giving 3000 pounds of milk is a man who does not understand the first principles of the eccnomIcs of dairy work and until the dairymen of this country wake up to the fact that it Is possible to get cows giving GOOO 8000 10000 and 12000 pounds of milk in a year they cannot hope to compete with the dairymen of Dcnmark and other countries Dried milk powder has been fed to milch cows with some success at Kansas experiment station The milk powder is a byproduct in the manufac lure of milk sugar and contains a very high per cent of protein One hun dred pounds of skimmilk makes nine to ten pounds of the mill This preparation has also been used with success as a poultry feed A considerable amount of the nutri ment in the corn fodder is lost each year because it is allowed to become too ripe before it is harvested Gcod fodder cut at the right stage and- well cured makes one of the best feeds for winter but its value may be easily greatly lessened by improper managementAs are not familiar with sheep breeding and feeding their first question when their interest has been awakened is What is the best breed This cannot be answered oil hand as it will depend upon the farm ers lilies and dislikes his locality his market and the available feed supplyCorn fodder and sorghum fodder have about the same amount of but the corn fodder 37 per cent protein while fodder contains only 15 per cent Sorghum however is a very good feed is easily grown resists drought and is relished by all farm animals The queen is simply the mother bee The authority Is in the Their cooperation Is perfect- Their aim is the perpetuity of the race To this end if a queen be comes inefficient through age they drag their mother out and kill her and raise a new queen There is more profit in one hen that lays eggs in November and than In one dozen that lay their best In April and May and none in the fall Push your early pullets for all that is out so as to get them laying this fall Granulation improves the of any quality of honey and never fails to give it a lighter It also has a tendency to drive from it any wild taste and make it a purer sweet In this condition it is in the best possible shape for keeping any length of time A great many people set peach trees too deeply The ground should be plowed very deep but the holes for- the trees should only be deep enough to cover the roots well There is a growing tendency in of large hives for the production of both comb and extracted honey and there is no gainsaying the fact that these large hives do hinder the swarming impulse Pearblight very often affects apple trees and whenever it is discovered every particle of the diseased parts should be cut out or if very bad the entire tree should be burned Many farmers imagine that they are saving money when they breed to a seven or eight dollar horse but the truth is they are losing five or six times that amount It Is not wise to be all the time doping stock with medicines the of which we do not any of us un derstand very well Nature Is the best doctor It always pays to keep waxed ends and other articles of repairs abOut the barn for a stitch in time saves nine with a harness just as well as in other places Sheepoien of the west figure that the wool payp the entire cost of han dUng a flock or band and gives good interest on the investment Dont make It a rule that each horse should be fed so many pounds of gram per day and so much hay because It wont work After the pigs are a few weeks old it Is well to have a pen in which they can go and provide them with mid dlings and cracked corn or milk if you have It Farm work horses are apt to be at this time of the year of the general rush of farm workA that produces and raises eight to ten pigs Is worth a great deal more than one which gives only three or four The Platitudes of Acquaintance An acquaintance is a being who meets us with a smile and salute who tells us with the same breath that he Is glad and sorry for the most trivial good and ill that befalls us Hawkes worth A Real Bohemian A bohemian Is a chap who borrows a dollar from you and then Invites you to lunch with him Mott Wrong A bobemian Is a who invites himself to lunch with you and borrows a dollar near this I i contains i workers December Ito i I I shade- I I I I I 1 I nature I I neglected fellow LoaL l fF Fii flee carbohydrates sorghum appearance favor because Scot t j LOOKING FOR II A HUSBAND Its just like I always said it would be declared Mrs Birkin Just give me one of them washedont blondes for letchin a man every time I says when her first husband was sick and her carrying on so You just wait I says for all she acts like shes so put out about his being sick If he should take a notion to die I says twouldnt be long before she married again And never a truer word was spoke Nobody needed to tell me that she was up to some of her tricks when she moved into that house next door to him She was sending him a pie or some cookies or something ev ery time she baked Why I was livin neighbors with him and his first wife fors muchs ten years and I never offered to do moren bake a loaf of bread for him twice a week or run in and fix things up for him every day or two But then Im not the kind to run after men What I done was done out of charity you might say because I knowed his first wife and had been livin neighbors with him for so long How man could want to marry her after eatin her cookin is moren I can Fay But then I dont know as he wanted to marry her very much I guess site kep after him until he thought that was the easiest way out of itWell mebbe its lone of my busi ness when it corn s right down to it Still when it comes to borryin money o a person and her a person that has to go out and earn her own livin worin bj the day then it is my busi ness and Ill make it my business Yes thats just what she done She come over to my house one day ma kin a big wouldnt never believe askin me to lend her a dollar and sayin how she dicTnt hardly know where the next one was to come from and all I had to take my hands out of the suds and go and git it for her and me not bavin but 2 to my name and de pcndin on gettin more from Mrs Sanders who I was goin to wash for next day What do you sposc she ups and bnvs with that there dollar Now I ask you that She goes and buys some bargains and remnants and a longerie waist thats whet she roes and buys wheth er you believe it or not Just think of it A person like her buying lon waists Thats the kind of things she buys with folks money An I never got that there dollar back When I asked her why she didnt go out and work and get some money to pry me she just says Why Mrs Pinko rski she says rollin her eyes T couldnt never do snch hard work My husband hed just turn over in his grave if he thought Id be goin out to work like that Yes thats what she said when she ought to rve goce rat doin a good days work and pavin me back the money she homed off of me She goes down to the store and buys bargains and longerie waists and runs round lookin for husbands and she gets em too And then do you spose that longerie waist was for What do you spose it was for It was to get married in thats what it was for Yes and when it comes to speakin about husbands my husbandd feel pretty sore in his own grave if he I was goin out to wash by the day I mind what he says to me when we was married He says Elvira Elenora he says you aint never goin outside your own house to do a lick of work for anybody while youre married to me he says you can do a little wash thats took in for I wont object to that he says but when it conies to work in in other folks houses I wont have it he says But I had it to do and I done it and that was all there was to it And when he up and died what do you spose I done with the insurance money Now what do you spose I done with it Do you spose I took it and put a monument up over my husband like she done over her man and bought crape veils and black dresses with low necks to em and went round lookin for a husband No I didnt I put my money in the bank thats what I done with it and there it lays now Mr Pinkowski hed be crazy mad if he thought I was goin to get mar ried again Not that Im the kind to go round lookin for a husband I aint so crazy to get married as all that Oh yes she put up a monument over her first husband and then she went around sayin she didnt hardly have enough in the house to eat and borryin dollars from her neighbors to get married on Yes thats what she done She took my dollar that I worked hard to get and buys herself a longerie waist to get married in The nerve of her Buyin her weddin clothes with my money and me bein acquainted with him anti his first wife long Before she ever heard of him Not that I would ahad him not if hed gone down on his knees and begged me to But I tell you Ill get that dollar off of one of them I bet you If I dont get it off her before shes Ill get it off of him afterwards Thats what Ill do Electric Succeed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE- it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter W I II a todoyou itand r other I I I I I I I I I married I I BittersI t i MwMM hardly gene t what know ed Maybe 1 I r FARMERS COLUMN dpace below this heading is for the exclu sive use of our farmer nl seril r3aad is for the sale of stock grain an such things on us the farmer rennet afford to adver Use Xo notice will be aectpttd over fonr lines will be only in two idsiien of the ItscoRD free of charge Fur cheap pasture long grass and pure water apply 1 A Conn Jr At Loge Harris place FOR SALE Sever Durock flour pits sill eligible to register 1 XV Elmore Five thoroughbred South Down Bucks for sale J M Cress PreachersviHe Ky Phone irs G For sle or rent 60 acre farm 30 in grass room house wet watered anti fenced lays broad side to county road at Judson J W Simpson For Kent 100 Acres Blue Grass for cattle John M Farra For Sale About 200 hu of yellow wheat J B Hryantsville Ky Superior Drill for sale cheap John V Wood FOR SAL P 2 extra good Fresh Jersey Cows G ASwmebroad For SaU lli two year old and 5 four year ud good mules Jones Anderson Preachers ville 1C j FIVE CTouiOTXi jK KT CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Receipts M5 1 Shipments 1 I CATTLE Shippers Bntehtr steers extra Common to fair Heifers extra Good to ehotev Common to fair Cows extra G M d to choice Common w fair Caaners untie balognas Extra Fat hulls CALVES extra Common and iarg HOGS good pnckers and batchers 5 5 afe ti U t i Pfe 1 ifs t K 3 fe a K 4 w t 5 73fe 0 a te50C Mixtd pacfce Common to choice heavy fat sows Light skippers SUEEPiextni Good to choice S5S v Common to Mr li extra Tw Good toehofee OAS t Common to fair 4 0fe i The profit from poultry depends upon eccacraical feeding from utili zing materials which would otherwise bs waited When grain must bo bought for supplying their principal ne ds close figuring is necessary avoid less Do not let the radishes that were left fcr seed become too ripe before the is gathered When the break the seeds spread over a great deal of ground and are equal to a wetd pest the following year In dressing fowls for market it pays to be particular in dressing them A well dressed dry picked fowl should bring several cents more per pound than one that has its skin torn and lots of pin feathers ca it Unless a person is willing to pay attention to little details and not only do them once but as often as oc may reqnire it would hardly be advisable for them to undertake poultry keeping for profit Fruit and Shade Trees Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for free Catalogue No Agts H F Hillsnmeyer Sons Lexington Kentucky Desiring to make some elanges in ray business I will on Wednesday Oct sell to the highest and best bidder 3 good Brood Mires 2 colts by Rex Atbuckle 1 by Verdict 1 2 year old Saddle Colt 2 Work Mules 2 good Yearlings 12 good 600 ID Steers 4 hrood Sows to find pigs in January I Boar a lot of farming implements furniture etc All sums of and under cash all over that amount will be sold on a few months time without interest J Gr Burnside Point Leavell Ky and I fultz seed Leaven Sept Castle 11 tr Mill It u Good to choke t r I IIa 0t J t tIO ii lw I IJ o 8114 steflJ p i tot ll18ib e 12 10 1000 I 40dP 000A909000rDOOOQO9000 Q QW 04Caotta0otoo000na oo0 00400440 fans 9 rlegs Sheer 1 t r a a 3i4 a 3 fe t A 9rFair to good a e 3 Wii 9 9 Wt S- Strg3 ayy 7 iigshIonsamlle le I LAM r5 k a seed pod c lion i ra 5 Ir IIIIIII CARDS f ioooa C 0 00000 ICe Qoe U Jersey Bull Simpson Season 1910 J w H J TINIIRY Count J over F t darts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky w T LOWHLL Get him to cry your saleS Best of references y oodooaeoo ooaeeooe e Ficniy 8O41A SWEENEY Surge orP- I1oxE OIRee TzNG- AultioneeTKENTUCKY E w Jrorrott Graduate Optician Glasses Fite t SatisfuctioaGuarsttteer- tsa sr a a t I1 K Denny DENTIST Office over 3IU Arnolds Millinery Dentist All Work Guaranteed Paint LickIMOti Kentucky Phvsfcan and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phoned Cut Flowers I Ware McRoberts Hughes Swmebroad REAL Sell Farms on row Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 22T Dr J 6 Kinnaird and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Ollice Phone Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two Wile Barbers In Town See the tall si n North side ot Public Square M HOUSE J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Oflice over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Laodies and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fc W Faulkner jlgr LOCK AND LISTEN For UpTcDate Hair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL GIRLS GO TO HENRY DUNCANS BAKKER Siioiox RICHMOND STREET Office Hours Stormes Drug Store WALTER DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Kyv I have just opened up a new clean Barber Shop on Lexington street next to thepost office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me Clean Tools Sharp Razors Close Attention II I H J PATRICK DR1Viu BLRNETTi t t QUALITY 1 EST TE Physic an l Office over to pm to L R F JOHN D CAN y oocooaotzaoooovoooooooeooovoooooc S aooooocooowa oaooonocycooooo000 8 am 121 P