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THE CENTRALFrog Land ofslow PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land ofSow TWKMTT FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 10 1910 NUMBER i l0 4 J tL t f EIEt0RDThe Mr Farmer We have one of the best CULTIVATORS on the market No trouble to ex plain its merits Now is a good time for you to have your Binders Mowers and Implements repaired We carry in stock Knives Sections Guards Etc for all make of machines i See our Wire Fence CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky 1 I r t L fs C C I r p i WHY SHOULDYOU HangBack I I MAAMMIMAMrNiIAAA when all your friends are using OBELISK FLOUR Only one result can be had from the use of Obelisk Flour whether you bake bread cake or pastry all will be light crisp and pure It is the most economical to use because it has the greatest food value and is milked from good wheat which is rich in gluten the life givi ng germ of wheat BANKS HUDSON WALTER A WOOD The Best and Most Durable Made JohnDeereBuggies fj Brown arid Deere Cultiva p tors 1m See the New Deere Sweep Rake Nothing made like it Binder Twine 3 All goods outside the Trusts 6- J R Mount Son Co 1 Hardware Implements Wagons Bi B MJW1t11MUIy r riiIBr E Binders Mowers and Rates lIJ t c i rt r l t LJLJ 1 i F 1r f z tF L r Everything is sold cheap at Logans friendmaking sale Miss Jennie HIggins our County Su perintendent has the money ready for the teachers ElderTinder will go to Tullahoma Tenn for a protracted meeting June 27 to continue about two weeks Elder F M Tinder will preach on the following subject next Sunday at 1045 a m My seven years as minis ter of the Lancaster Christian Church Rev C C Brown will fill his pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and night His meeting in Barbourvile is proving quite a suc cess and he repcrts tnatlarge crowds attend regularly On Tuesday evening toe beautiful home of Mrs John E Stormes was the scene of a lawn party given by Mrs Stormes in honor of her two vis itors Misses Annie and Sallie Hoover of Nichulasville and the Senior class of the Lancaster High School The lawn and house was beautifully decora ted and the young folks enjoyed them selves immensely The Social given by the Senior class at the school building on last Friday evening was thoroughly enjoyed by a large crowd of young people On ac count of the the cold weather they entertained in the house and the chap el was beautifully decorated Delightful refreshments were served and about twelve oclock the merry crowd broke up each bidding the mem bers of the Senior class success and happiness plisses Martha and Helen Gill en tertained the Card Club at their home on Wednesday afternoon in honor of their attractive guest Miss Clark of Cincinnati On Wednesday afternoon she entertained a number of young people Both the afternoon and eve ning were enjoyed very much The house was decorated with daisies and honeysuckle Delightful refresh ments were furnished and duly dis posed of The Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U D C including the daughters veterans and other friends visited the cemetery last Friday afternoon and held very impressive memoiial servi ces First Invocation Rev O P Bush Song Nearer My God to Thee Memorial day first originated in the South by Mrs Mattie P Frisbie A beautiful selection was read by Mrs Fred P Frisbie it being an address delivered by Judge Doggett in Jack sonville Fla on memorial day Song God be with you till we meet again prayer by the Chaplain Mrs Fannie Farra The graves were then scat tered with flowers and wreathes by the daughters and veterans Mrs Ed C Games on account of illness was unable to read a beautiful Selection she had chosen for the occasion Big Sale Look on the fourth page of this pa per and see the bargains that Logan is offering you for thirty days Come to town at once and get the choice bargains Lancaster friends have received an announcement of the coming marriage cf Miss Livingston of Crab Orchard on June 15 in the Christian church in Crab Orchard to Mr Claude Caton Lute of the State of Washington Elder J G Livingston the father of the bride pronouncing the ceremony The bride is quite a popular young lady of her community and is a fine musician having been organist of the Christian church for a number of years The groom is a prosperous business man of the far west Graduating Address The address to the graduates of Lancaster High School by Dr J Tigert of Winchester was heard by a large audience at the Christian church last Thursday evening Dr Tigert made a pleasing appearance dressed in his Oxford cap and gown and made an excellent address One of the best points of his address was to have a fixed purpose in life for there is no true success without it May these young people follow the way he out as the successful road of life and never lack for a purpose and a high ideal Kentucky President Judge Henry S Barker has been se lected as President of the State Uni versity of Kentucky The State and Institution is ex ceedingly fortunate in securing the services of such a man as Judge Bark er He could have commanded much more money in the practice of bis chosen prosession but he has decided to devote the remainder of his life to the education of the boys and girls of Kentucky He is a citizen of rare and will bring credit and honor to his new position A citizen a patriot a learned Judge be has brought honor to every position he has filled He is now the of the Kentucky Court of Appeals and whether on the bench or at the barlie nas been the same distinguished and useful citizen and his sphere of usefulness will be in creased as be the high and re duties of President of State University now LivingstonLute L pointed Chief I I I f States attainments distinguished Justice assumes the r t 4rF F sy Do you want good clothes at low prices If so go to Logans Base Ball Lancaster Independents will play the Richmond first team Friday af ternoonThe on last Friday with Mid dlesburg was greatly enjoyed by a large crowd the result being 7 to 1 in favor of Lancaster Large crowds at tend the games every Friday and out boys are getting better all the time Graduated at Central Mr Shirley Hudson was one of a class of 7 to graduate at Central this yearHe has made a splendid record his four years study in Danville As yet he has not fully decided what business he will take up but expects to go to Canada to farm in the next year We join his many friends who wish him success as he enters the threshold of a business career Fight In Seventh District The Burley Tobacco Society has brought out Hon C M Thomas of Bourbon County as a candidate against Hon J Campbell Cantrill for Congress in the Seventh district The Society claims that Mr Cantrill has broken his promises to it It is to be regretted that the matter is in politics however we hope that it will prove a benefit to the society and that the best man wins Graduated at Randolph Macon Miss Lettie May McRoberts is ex pected home June 10 from Randolph Macon College where she has just a four years course of study She is one of the graduates of a class of fortyfive and it is indeed quite an honor to have finished the course of study at such an institution of learn ing as RandolphMacon Womans Col lege She has acquitted herself with honors and her native town feels proud of her success Miss Letty May is one of our most charming young women and we welcome her home To Be Married June 15th The following announcement will be of interest to Lancaster people as the brideolect lived here for several years Mr and Mrs E B Sweeney request your presence at the marriage of their sister Miss Kathiine Hood to Mr Grover Zatelle Faulkner June 15 Junction City The bride is a niece of Dr T J Hood and slater Miss Emma of this place and is possessed of an unusually attractive disposition The groom is a traveling man whose home is in Lexington MarksburySutton- On last Wednesday at high noon in the handsome parlor of the Sinton Hotel of Cicinnati Miss Alta Marks bury and Mr H Clay Sutton were joined in wedlocks holy bonds Rev C S Ellis formerly of this place Miss Marksbury has been visiting her sister Mrs A H Rice of Richmond Indiana for the past two weeks and was accompanied to by Mr and Mrs Rice where she met Mr Sttton and best man Mr Fred Frisbie of this city Immedi ately after the ceremony the bridal party was entertained at a handsome luncheon The bride is the daughter of Mrs H A B MarksDury of this city She is a young lady of many graces of mind and person who is cap able of filling the home she will adorn with happiness and will prove to be truly a helpmate and companion to the husband she has chosen to honor with her hand The groom Is from one of the best families and considered one of the brightest and most substantial men of this county who will make his mark as a worthy son of honorable parents The congratulations on the happy event are numerous and the RECORD is greatly pleased to add its good wish es to those so freely extended New Hospital The citizens of Lancaster and Gar rard county have been for a long time urging our local to organ ize and build a hospital The matter has been under advisement for the past two or three months and a few subscriptions have been made by our people The demand tor an infirmary will be supplied shortly Monday morning Drs Kinnaird Acton and Burnett purchased the property of Misses Sallie and Martha Tillett on Danville street and as soon as the building can be remodeled for the we will have an uptodate hos pital which it is hoped will prove a blessing to all who may need medical or surgical treatment We trust that all of our citizens may take stock in this enterprise and show an interest in every way possible in order that it may be a success From every point of view we should Interestburse ves in the enterprise Rochester Minn was a small town when the Drs Mayo started a small hospital there They are still young men but at the present time they have a large hospital which is patron ized by people all over the country they own the hospital a large hotel and in fact have built up the city and have helped it in way With out the Kayos the city of Rochester would never have been known Our doctors may not be so in this undertaking as the Mayos but they can help upbuild this com munity if everybody will speak a good wdrd the insUtutloa not crf completed officiating purpose Mety 51 afternoon during Cincinnati every successful for ticiss- S k- y Q Come to Logans big sale lasts for thirty days The sad information was received here of the sudden death from heart disease of Judge Holman of Aurora Ind Something less than a year ago he was married to Mrs Rosa Brown Crow of Louisville and his sudden and unexpected death comes as a great blow to his widow who so recently mourned the death of her good moth er Mrs Breathitt Brown Council Meeting The City Council met on Monday night and killed the Telephone franchise Mr HJ Tinsley was as engineer to establish grades upon all streets and around the Pub lic Square He begin work im mediately and make his report at the next special council meeting which is June 10th 1910 The City now has on hand about 2500 left ever from last yaar Nev er before in tne history of the town has this much money been on hand at thi time of the year Our streets and crossings are in a fearful condition and they demand immediate repair As the money on hand belongs to the people it should be spent in a way which will be most beneficial to all and in our minds laying new and improving the streets is tbe best way to invest this surplus money The Lancaster Public Park Way Committee made the following report Report of Lancaster Public Park way Committee June 6 1910 To Hon Mayor and City Council of Lancaster Ky The is an exhibit of esti mates etc in various items of the proposed Parkway improvements as embraced in the extension of 25 twentyfive feet on each side of the present area and in which a roadway is provided of 60 feet on each side and which last feature is ten feet wider than the roadway on each side of the Parkway of Somerset Ky The following is a summary of the items in the proposed construction the calcu lations being made from measures and surveys by Mr Homer Tinsiey county surveyor 1 Concrete walkway on outer line of circumference of parkway 450 four hundred and fifty feet 29050 2 Concrete curb gutter 250 00 3 Pilaster lamp pedestals in con crete 2 ft sq 5 ft high One at each hypotenuse angle ot square 2 at fountain in center 39000 4 Walkways concrete from City pavement curb to entrance on four sides of parkway 15000 5 Excavation sodding grading hauling etc 15500 6 Crushed rock and placing 11200 7 Fountain concrete work 40 00 Total 138750 Your committee are advised that the committee of the Garrard Fiscal Court and under apooiutment to con fer with the City Council thr Messrs Robinson and Bourne reported favor ably for an appropriation by the Fis cal Court of 500 for the county Your committee to date are not advised of action on said report by Fiscal Court to confirm and legalize said appropri ationAction of the City council in of similar amount 500 00 is noted From funds of womens clubs of Lancaster over 100 is reported making a total to date of 110000 of the present estimate of 148700 for items referred No public subscriptions at large have been solicited and it is believed that response of citizens of both city and county will be ample to complete the work In such your committee would recommend that the solic iting committee for additionai offer ings be composed of members of the Womans Federated Clubs and that your honorable body communicate your action authorizing such to the President of the Womans Club Mrs Dr J B Kinnaird Your committee would also respect fully recommend that anticipation of action by County Fiscal Court and to expedite interest and action that a contract board be nominated by your body and that the County Fiscal court be represented in same along with this City Council also at suitable time and place and at earliest bids on work of above items be advertised celved the award as usual being to lowest and best bidder It is also recommended that a con struction board be appointed when such bids are awarded whose duty shall be to carefully supervise the ex ecution of said work in and for all the various items above referred or for any additional items that may in progress of work and to satisfactory completion be so determined by said Board of Construction It is also respectfully recommended that the Womans Club be represented on said Construction Board by two of their number as rightfully due for the generous and efficient interest and service of their organization J B Mount G S Greenleaf We trust that every public spirited person in Lancaster will be present at Council meeting Friday night ready and willing to give their views as to how much money should be spent on the streets and to adroeate the passing of the concrete walk prdl pance which appointed crossings federated submittedE Iii 0 or c will following appropriation respectfully andre thee SK ys yssf CULTIVATORS i THAT GULTIVflTS THE e33Q Genuine Malta Double Shovel Plows HASELDEN BROS SWttR5393RSR 1ytS1ytZ fiWszs 0 i w 0 Is S 3 S t BROWN MANlY I sJ I iSi iI ii a I IS S S tl StlS tltlS S I y ilf H 1PTffIII Call any time and make an examination ofour Dry Goods and Clothing We invite your most critical inspection feeling confident thatithe keener yourjudgement the surer your approval Come Today If You Can THOSE WHO KNOW Clothing and Dry Goods best like our service the best We urge you to make a trial of our Merchandise m your own interest No matter where you go or what you pay you cannot get better and in many cases not as good One week only We have Special Prices on many lines We are offering one lot of new copyright grade books such as the following list and many others at 49cts Myrtle Baldwin Rebecca of Sunnybrook farm The Traitor Katrina Th Lady of the Blue Muter Tne One Woman Laven der and Old Lace The Port of Missing Men The Black BagThe Duke Decides The Strollers The Turn of the Balance Pam Decides The Man of The Hour and many others R H BATSON I I I III ISI I 111 II t I 150 II I I I F I I I i H LuuwiiuwuwuwLruwJ Now is your chance to buy m lam over stocked and they must be sold I they all gone Vi J1Il n o BUGGIES CHEAP Tli Come before are J Romans CENTRAL RECORD ISCORPOKATKD I ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR From The Land Of GREEN CLAY WALKER EntrrfA at Uu Poi Gffcf in Iswmtlrr fiy nr ScemtdClagt Mail Mutter Member Ky Press Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky June 10 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 State and District Offices 1500 per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR COXGUKSS Harvev Helm of Lincoln County Thriftless Generation One of the dominant traits of the before the Civil Weir was thrift A majority of families praci ed economy and studied it as an art Children were brought up to think about it The says of Poor Richard were dinned auto their ears Thrift was not only everywhere hi evidence it was obtrusive and obtrud edWith thrift in money matters went a controlling sense of the value of time and of the importance of Improvement Idleness and loaGni even frivolous employment were looked upon as serious vices which no respectable family couid tolerate Children were expected when not at work to read for information rather than for amusement Books were relatively few but the few were of a serious sort and were read thru many times Nut reading was not encouraged and often was firmly discouraged The theatre was rather generally thought objectionable Tins seiicus view of life was itself the product of a hard struggle for One of these days the interpretation of history will en able us to understand better than we have comprehended hitherto how the Puritan creed was sbapcd by the cir cumstances of the six days of toil as by the seventh day of church going Probably in many instances were pushed too far in practical application Life was often more bard and barren than economic or moral wellbeing demanded But reaction has gone too far The American people of today are thrift lass and extravagant in their mic affairs and what is far worse they are wasteful of time and energy We have become amusement mad and as an entirely natural consequence 01 r imusements have to an increasing extent become senseless and Our reading matter in larger and larger proportion has become a pan to sensation It appeals to ap petites that get more and more j ided The publishers hesitate to accept books or intellectual value The are afraid of plays that appeal to critical tastes and call for serious But vaudeville programs shows anti moving pictures multi ply prodigiously and attract their tens of thousands Multitudes of boys and men not only watch ball games day after day but stand idly about the newspaper bulletins the score These are but among hundreds of the ways in which the people get lid of time that if devoted even in some small part to selfimprovemeuo would make us a nation of mental and moral Combined with this waste of time and resources is a tendency that impairs our effectiveness as a community Education a national fad Never has machinery been so elaborate and never has the plant at such a high pressurer Yet every teacher from the primary to the grades complains of the ing intellectual poverty of his They have n J fund of general mation Their mental efforts have been concentrated upon prescribed tasks with examination in view They have not read widely and Selections and fragments constitute their acquaintance with U terature and science the struggle to win a place in world where income may be earned by some kind of brain work To a salaried teacher or public to get on the staff of a to write for the magazines or to obtain a foothold In a profession the ambition ef most of the hundreds of thousands of young people who are getting an education So they cot centrate their efforts upon the studies that count They are not in school or college because they have a thirst for knowledge It is safe to say that 75 per cent of them are not even in knowledge except as a Beans to a practical end The net result of these two tenden dies in combination the tendency Basely to seek onlyspecialized knowl eke and the tendency to waste upon inane amusements the strength that might be proved in self Improvement is that tthiBg superficially of and ffectiresets in public cooper l g r n Edt r Association- and 1910 FIr For Calls Aneii an ail usually existence economic it precepts necessity derin theaters tisUc effurt watching examples power enormously educational been worked university consecutively maybebe- come newspaper interested and f r Vow r 1 ty i r s21 4 i 3 r econ d vulga a ti sis1 c amaI pupil- S info ti t employee r r f i3 4 i idleeeas time ad view z ation which are disclosed by all inves tigatiutts of misdemeanor in business and political life Astonishing of what human experience has over and over demonstrated distinguish between imposture and achievement as in the case of Cook and Peary readiness to believe in the supernormal powers of any vulgar pretender faith in the most barefaced swindles offered by promoters and to get together in public co operation for the conservation of the peoples resources or for the cf efficient and economical govern meut are some of the we stupidly accept of our badly dircct ed educational efforts and our waste of time It idle to expect that we shall radically improve our polity and our public policy until we once more take up seriously the art of training child reu and youth in mental moral and economic thrift The Independ erit In this day of greed and selfishness when most men or at least many men count themselves lucky if an opportu nity presents itself where a little grafting can done it would be well to the example of unselfishness and that Regulus a Roman General left to the world Kegulus was captured in war with the Carthaginians and after being de tained by them for years was sent hack to Rome the purpose of ob taining an exchange of prisoner Before he set out they made him promise under oath that he would re rum tj Carthage should their happen to i e rejected this really happened on the of Regulus himself who proved in the Senate that the exchange under considera tion would be greatly disadvantageous to the republic lIe therefore return ed to Carthage aware of the crue treatment which awaited him but preferring the fulfilment of his oath to the preservation of his life lie had no sooner than arrived than the Carthaginians incensed against him made him suffer every pain that resentment could suggest till he ex pired in the midst of lormcntc having rendered himself greater by his con stancy in his sufferings than he was by his splendid success Vital Washington News Special to The Kccord In 1890 under Cleveland the total annual appropriation for the expenses of the national government was 340 000000 or S6 for every man woman and child In 1900 our expenses had increased to 8000000000 or 8 for every man woman and child The last Congress appropriated the colos sal sum of 1044401857 or nearly 12 for every man woman and child This Congress threatens to spend 000000 in excess of last years appro priation Republicans appear reluctant to concern themselves much about gov ernment expenditures in relation to the cost of living But one thing is certain Government does not pick up these hundreds of millions of dol lars in the street This money comes out of somebodys pocket Unlike city and State governments the na tioual but one way of raising revenue to meet expenses and that is by taxing things eaten worn or used by the people Hence it is that Inceased cost of living is march ing haudi hand with increased publican extravagance I am sorry said Senator Bristow of Kansas while discussing the rail road bill that the Senator from West Virginia Elkins has deserted the chamber and 1 am sorry the Sen ator from Rhode island Aldrich is not hero and that the Senator from Massachusetts Lodge has also disap peared A survey of the Senate showed the railroad Senators after haying outlined the kind of legislation they had decided should be enacted had filed from the chamber witbont wait ing to hear those who disagreed from the railroad viewpoint Those of us who are here might possibly be instructed suggested a Democratic senator upon noting Biistows chagrin but if the Sena tor from Kansas imagines that any thing he can say will influence those senators he is wasting his time and breath I am afraid the Senator is right answered Bristow Then he went on addressing the Democrats and the empty seats of the Standpatters Lest we forget only nine of the 218 Republicans of the National House of Representatives are in a position stand beforetbeir constituents and report that they voted to unseat Can non as speaker Page 3490 of Congressional Record shows that on March 10 all but nine Republicans voted against olio Burleson resolution which would have unseated Speaker Cannon and made it possible to elect a new speaker Every voted to unseat Uncle Joe A brief definition of Cannonism has been asked for Cannonism means thatwhen the interests of the common people and the interests of the steel the sugar trust the lumber ti ust the harvester trust and the combination of New England manufacturers come into conflict the latter get the legislation they want and the people are forced to take that which they do not want Aldrich law is a good illustration The people said We want revision of the tariff in order that the cost of living may be lessened The corporate interests said We want upward revision in order that profits may increase The people were disappointed and the campaign 0 Inability- to carrying- on consequences i be fur proposal I 17 government has Re- r thee Democrats The Payne downward A I I Ignorance inability disgraceful remember pat iatism mutt m tile the trust our 1 contributing tariff trusts were That is Cannonism Senator Robert M LaFollette of Wisconsin sometimes thinks of the racist unheard of things For instance in the Senate the other day in President Tafts bill he sail There is not one line iu the statute to give to the people able raHroad rates All that has been accomplished is to afford a means of giving equal rates to the shippers Now who Except LaFolleite or some other Democrat would think of that Direct charges that the Morgan Guggenheim syndicate caused the ap the federal Judge the prosecuting attorney and the United States marshal who will represent the government in suits over tile Cunning ham coal land claims which Ballinger was so friendly t have been made before the Senate committee on ju diciary A responsible party Judge James Wickershain delegate to Con gress from Alaska made the charge Mrs Bennie Metcalf is improving Mr Voyle Ray continues quite sick Mr and Mrs Kirby Teater spent Friday night with her brother Mr Wesley Walker tier and Mrs Newton Grow were the guests Mr and Mrs Leonard Pollard last Sunday Miss Etta Ross is spending a few days with her uncle Mr D Turner Miss Sal lie Sebastin has returned home after a delightful visit with her can in Miss Ella Scott of Jessamine Misses Vernell and Marietta Ray spent a few days with Mr and Mrs Harrison Ray of Buckeye last week GILES We are sorry to report that the little daughter of Mr James Gaheart- is dangerously i 1 with pneumonia Blanche Stotts visited friends and relatives in Madison the latter part of last We are glad to report that Richard Burton who has been very sick is Mrs Lizzie Chandler recently vsit ed Mrs Raymond Davis The stork a frequent and welcome visitor to this community stopped at the home of Nute Davis May 30th i lId left a big boy Miss Blanche Stolts entertained a umber of her young friends last uesday night Mrs Raymond Davis yislted Mrs William Stotts last week We are sorry to report that Mrs B Ray is Sunday school progressing nicely Bro E B Hill will fill his regulrir appointment Saturday night and Sunday PAINT LICK The supper given by the ladies of the Christian church at Fish hall last Friday was quite a success and a nice sum of money was taken in and the supper enjoyed by aH Mrs Mary A Best of Lexington is the guest of friends for a few days Mr C E Williams of Madison Ind is with friends and relatives here for a visit Misses Mry aud Gertrude Noel of Danville are sister Mrs James Woods Little Miss Russell Fish of Stanford is spending a while with relatives here Mrs S D Cochran of Lancaster was the guest last week of Mrs J Walker Guyn Mrs Burdett Ramsey and Mrs Jim Ramsey have had for their guests Mrs John Bright and children of Mr R N Beaxley drove to Lexing ton and back last Saturday in his auto accompanied by Misses Nannie Campbell and Mary Ballard Quite a number of young people en joyed a birthday party and elegant supper given by Miss Nellie Rice last Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Walter Hammock a bachelor dinner last Sunday tried chicken was served in abundance with all the other delicacies of the seasonOld Mr Harvey Thompson died at his home on White Lick last Sunday afternoon Mr Thompson was a highly respected citizen having lived in the community nearly forty years He was 93 years old funeral at the Methodist cnurch and burial at old Paint Lick cemetery Kentucky Fair Date Madisonville July 19 5 days Henderson July davs LANCASTER July days Versailles August days Danville August days Lexington August days Taylorsville August days Unioutown August days Harrodsburg August days Vanceburg August 10 days Lawrenceburg August days Shepherdsville August 17 3 days f Broadhead August 17 3 days Ewing August days August days London August days Erlanger August 24 4 days Nicholasville August days Fern Creek August days Rardinsburg August 30 3 days Barbourville August 31 2 days HodgenvMe September days Faimoutb September 28 4 Florence September 6 5 days Monticello September 6 3 days State Fair Louisville September 12 6 days I i h 8 obeyed I discussing Son puintment of loytl of I 05W week- r sick i on visiting their Allie Stanford- t 255 273 34 33 86 94 95 94 164 174 Shelbvvn 234 234 303 304 63days Y railroad improving i very at Chapel night gay Kentucky e y r- I a f i FARMS FOR SALE W T Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky ICO acres in 3 miles of Danville on pike handsomely improved and tine land nearly all in grass at 105 an 560 acres in G miles of Harrodsburg on pike 200 acres level land is rolling and in grass has 3 houses fine stock farm also producing line grain At 35 an acre 160 acres just outside of Harrods burg Finely improved and good land and at 110 an acre 200 acres fine well laying farm near Ry station on pike aud near village and in 6 miles cf Ilarrodsburg new barn G room house 100 acres fine tobacco land at 87 an acre fine farm on Salt river being largely fine botom handsome brick house two stock barns new ten acre tobacco barn houses and at 878 an acre is in 5 miles of Har rodsburg and 1 miles Ry station Is nearly all iu grass 203 acres on pike 3 miles of Harrods burg nice residence at pike large barn and many acres fine new land in atS75 an acre tine and grows any crop has tobacco barn but no house at 6750 an acre and a bargain 150 acres flue well farm at Mercer county on pike has handsome residence tobacco and stock barns orchards tenant houses and the land is of the best price 100 per acre i 385 acres near Burgin splendidly irr proved has a brick residence that cost over 12000 has three tobicco barns and other buildings lays fine and grows large crops of anything grown in this section at 130 au acre within 8 miles of Danvile 216 acres well laying land on pike in 2 miles of Ry station in Mercer county has 6 room house barn and other buildings mostly in grass and 8000 buys it 353 acres on pike 3 miles Df Harrods burg fine well laying farm and finest of soil has nice residence tobacco barn and other buildings This is an Ideal farm and at 110 an acre A T SCOTT Auctioneer Buena Vista Kentucky 7 Years Experience 7 Years Success Terms reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Write me for dates Will be in Lancaster every county court day to serve you Phone No 19R Exchange BY WING I I I acre tobacco 313 acres t nant rass fatlug Shakerto Nn I I i and I Bur in I I i E remainder la1 r I AND CU E THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New f meW a a1r cOLDS SOc 100 Trial Bottle Free P ICE R AND ALL THRO AT AND LUNG TROUBLES OR MONEY REFUNDED R E McRoberts Drug Store S TISFAC ORI CABA1i1EED Coal FOR SALE Cheap For Cash or Produce Fresh Clean Eggs 1 6to I 6ic Hens 1 1 to Ducks 10 to i icts Geese 4 to 5cts Turkeys 10 to i2cts Just received car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot I 12c I B NorthcottH1 i I I i I I i I The girl gradual e the June bride the summer he proud of their daintiness as expressed in a photographic portrait made by us Expert posing and lighting enable us to produce of merit pictures that please Make an ap pointment today CASSADAYSTUDIO Danville girlwill I Ipor- traits I Kentucky Globe Wernicke Sectional Bookcases Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Baldwin Pianos and Organs Karpen Leather Goods Smiths Rugs and Carpets Edison Phonographs I When you think of building see the I Danville Lumber Co f Incorporated T DANVILLE KENTUCKY J 4 Estimates Promptly Furnished f COME TO THE LANCASTER COLORED AUGUST II 12 13 1910 Geo Moran President James B Williams SecTres Do neglect them If so why If would onilr stop to think of the importance of your Teeth you wouM not hesitate one minute to have them put In first I cass condition by a competent Dentist Delay is very dangerous for most all of the dreadful diseases are caused bv bad Teeth Now is the time toI have them fixed Dr George NWyman of Louisville a dentist of twelve years experience and a man second none in his profession is at the Mason Hotel and for a short time will do the very best Dental Work at the fol lowing pricesFOR ONE WEEK ONLY t Man facturing o lP E EL ABOUT YOUR TEETHyou you tot NNANA NAANN NAANN NANAN 4- s 0 mOA ABA i r 1- HOW t Crowns Gold Fillings 4 to 5 i and up 4 to 5 i Gold 5 Bridge Vork Alloy Fillings Silver Fillings Set of Teeth 500 and up 5 and upu u u u u roo Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without Pain 5octs Remember These Prices Last For a Short Time Only Dr Wyman does his work without pain by the most modern methods finest instruments material etc and absolute satisfaction guaranteed Nothing is used that gives pain after operations or is im any way injurious to the patent Office at Mason Hotel Lancaster Kentucky I The F G HURT Is more than a mart for Merchandise it is an Exposition of the best works of the master Furniture designers includ ing the famous makes Store I f h Ostermoor Mattresses Rudolph Wurlitzer Musical Instre ments Simmons Brass and lion Beds GoCarts and others famous makes beers Come In We will be glad to show you as we are convinced we have some thing you want at prices and terms that will please V G HURTr H Lancaster 1 4ife Kentuckyr V for Jfoe Horned t 5 1 j JcT S j i1 je U f r a j Everything Y w r vx tipS t 4s aY sk a s Drawers FURNITUREIt is easy sailing on a smooth sea Shopping just as easy and pleasant when you strike the right store If you have a house to furnish or a room to fit up that needs a few artistic touches come and get the benefit of our or write and get our free advice Parlor Furniture The Artistic Kind Thr e piece Mahogany Suit Loose Cushions value 3500 Price 2400 Solid Mahogany Rocker Claw Feet value 2000 Price 1600 Arm Chair to match value 2000 Price 1600 Solid Mahogany Divan Loose Cushions value 3500 Price 2400 LIBRARY FURNITURE Comfortable and Lasting Three piece Mahogany Leather Suit value 4500 Price Quartered Oak Couch Upholstered in Spanish Fabricord i8ooprice 1250 Turkish Rocker upholstered in Spanish Fabricord Leather value 1800 Price iioo Mahogany Turkish Chair upholstered in denim value 3200 Price 2300 BED ROOM FURNITURE Pleasing and Satisfying Three piece Golden Quartered Oak Suit value 7500 price 5500 Mahogany Napolean Bed value 4000 price 3000 Brass Beds Best English Lacquer from 1200 to 7500 Iron Beds from 135 to 3500 Dining Room Furniture Durable Lasting Four piece Mahogany Suit Colonial Design Sideboard China Closet 10 foot Extension Table and Serving Table value 8500 price 62OO Golden Quartered Oak Bufiet value 1950 price 1350 Golden Quartered Oak Sideboard Serpentine front value 2000 price 1500 Extension Tables Oak and solid Mahogany 6 8 and 10 foot from 400 to 12500 Poarch and Lawn Furniture Every Kind and Color C F BEOWEE CO Furniture Wall PaperDraperiesPicturesArt Goods Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY 0 I I o Coloni II 3600 Leathervalue 1 C it U t- e experience a7 itA its Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 18 Prompt Delivery DO YOU Want Any Work Done We are prepared to fix you up V Steam and Hot Wdter Heating j Guttering Roofing and Repairing We appreciate your patronage If McCarthy Doty Tin and Plumbing Shop y Having installed a new and uptodate ELECTRIC MOTOR PLftNING MILL latest improved machinery we are prepared to furnish you at reasonable prices any kind of Fancy Planing Mill Work Door and Window Screens Etc Also Rough and Dressed Lumber Laths Cement Estimates furnished on bills promptly THE CRESCENT LUMBER CO Incorporated Danville Phone 600 DANVILLE KY WHY NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW BEAZLEY HAilLilli Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 ICROCERIES IX X X I I I Cooc ooCOCOOOO- cI I I t I COOOOCOOOOO 9 with a R I 1 f 1 00000000000 00000000t wp I r j 4 3 r 4aR 4- rv XYa rF Flag Day Gov Willson issued a flag day pro clamation calling attention to the an niversary of tLe birth of the flag and suggesting that everybody show al legiance to the flag on that and all days The proclamation is as follows To the people ofKentucky Flag Association organized to perpetuate the love of our people for the flag and the earnest patriotic spirit which that love strengthens sends its re minder that Tuesday June 14 1910 will be the one hundred and thirty third anniversary of the adoption of the stars and stripes as the flag of the United States I call upon all our people to join in cherishing the love of the flag on June 14 I order that the flag be dis played on all State buildings and in vite the celebration fo the day I call upon the mayors of our cities to recognize this anniversary and order flags to be displayed upon the muni cipal buildings of their cities and by proclamation invite their fellow citi zens to do the samt upon their pry vate buildings I appeal to the newspapers to cher ish the interest of our people in this anniversary of the birth of the flag by local articles editorial comment his torical articles upon the subject of the flag and appeals to the people to display the colors on Flag Day I call upon all school officers and teachers to arrange patriotic exercises appropriate to the day I appeal to all patriotic societies throughout the State and to all State officers to stir the public heart by their exercises up on this day and I call upon all citi zens to join in the public recognition of the birthday of our flag and I call upon all citizens to herald the coming and celebration of Flag Day June 14 1910 and to fling the stars and stripes to the breeze everywhere throughout all the State for every church and school and building public and pri vate and from every home through out the Commonwealth It will be a beautiful tribute for the pupils in every school to salute the flag and pledge allegiance to the flag and republic for which it stands and I call upon every good Kentucky American to always salute the flag wherever it meets his eye to take his hat and rest it over his heart We too often be reminded or too often remind each other of what that flag forAugustus E WillsoD Governor of Kentucky V rf H Flag and Their All the flags used bv the United States are made at the Brooklyn Navy yard and are made in strict accordance 8 to tulle and material which ut be oft Cst cannot il of the best grade and able to stand se vere tests of weather Each battle ship is 250 flags every three years though many are renewed than this the majority of these are signal flags and each ship carries forty three foreign flags The cost of the flags for each battleship is 2500 The Presidents flag requires more time and money than any flag made at the navy vard It takes a woman working daily a whole month to make one The desiga is a blue field with an eagle bearing on its breast a shield with the stars and stripes and under neath the national motto E Pluribus Uuum All the work is doue by hand and with silk that costs 9 a pound and it costs a nice sum when finishedThe flags also require much time and money in making and Uncle 3am must have on hand his quota The LatinAmerican republics have flags that are difficult to make and therefore costly San Salvadors keeps one woman busy for six teen days and costs our nation 5250 Germany comes next highest in cost and then the white elephant of Siam costs 3800 The largest United States flair 36x19 ft cost 40 The rest of Uncle Sams flags official and semiofficial are too numerous to men tion Every embassy legation and consulate abroad has its quota entitled oftener emblem Our Flag It is to be supposed that everyone knows that June 14 is generally ob served as Flag Day throughout the United States but few are aware that this custom originated in and it was through the efforts of the Sons of the Revolution that it came to be generally observed Before the Declaration of Independ ence various flags were carried by the colonists the most conspicuous of these being the Pine Tree flag which showed a green pine on a white field and bore the motto An Anpeal to Heaven Another colonial flag was the Rattlesnake Flag with the words dont Tread on Me the significance of which was better understood by a certain people across the water a little later on Still these emblems did not satisfy the people and when was chosen Commander in Chief of the Army a committee was chosen to create a colonial flag that would be national in character They decided on one with thirteen bars alternate red and white the Kings colors with the white cross of St Andrew and the red cross of St George This was un furled by Washington under the Charter Oak Still this was unsatis factory and in May 1776 Washington Col George Ross and Hon Robert Morris called on Mrs Betsy Ross a widow who lived in Arch Street Philadelphia in a house that remains unchanged today where Washington unfolded to her a rough sketch of the design of the new flag She suggested a few changes and Washington drew it Baas to show a flag with thirteen stripes and a blue field with thirteen stars Mrs Ross suggested that the stars be fivepointed When the flag was finished Congress approved of it and the thrifty Betsy Ross was busy thereafter making flags for the treasury and fleets As to how well this distinguished committee perform ed this important task a nation loving people can today attest Pennsylvania Washington Patriotic Toasts AmericaMy land I turn to you With blessing and with prayer Where man is brave and woman true And free as mountain air Long may our flag in triumph wave Against the world combined And friends welcome foes a grave Within our borders find Morris AmericaOur our hopes are all with theeOur hearts our hopes our prayers our tears Our faith triumphant over fears Are all with thee are all with thee Longfellow And thou my country thou shalt never fall But with thy children Bryant Our hearts where they rocked our cradleOar love where we spent their toil And our faith and our hope and honorWe to our native soilKipling Our country is that spot to which our heart is bound Voltaire Our Country To her we drink for her we pray Our voices silent never For her well fight come what may The stars and stripes foreverMcKinley Ko solid South no solid North whensolid for the flag of the Union McKinley jHereS to ypuj Red White and Three cheers now all together AB loyal and we bow to yon Our flag that sball live forever I save fBlue true f The Flag The flag is the emblem of our na tions history of its grandeur and of Its power It borrows its colors from the sky Its red symbolizes the blood of patriots living and dead from the war of the Revolution to 1910 from Bunker Hill to San Juan Hill and from Lake Erie to Santiago and Ma nilla Bay Its blue represents the uniform of the nations heroes its white the purity of our institutions Its stars represent each of the great States of our glorious union firmly set in the firmament of freedom It was the flag of Washington Paul Jones Jackson Perry Scott and Grant and is now the flag of every citizen of this great republic It carries no badge of slavery no stain of dishonor On land or sea at home in Korea in the Fhillipines in Porto Rico in the Ha waiian Islands and on the frowning walls of China it has been borne in triumph and honor It is the symbol of prosperity liberty and peace It is lifted up for the healing of the nations as was the brazen serpent lifted up for healing in the wilderness Oh the Flag the Flag We gaze upon it with patriotic emotion akin to adoration we press it to our bosom with fervent affection It was the flag of our fathers it is the flag of their sons it shall be the flag of those who come after us until He who lay eth the beams of his chamber in the waters and rideth on the wings of the wind shall sound the last note of time W O Bradley from his speech at Ar lington May 30 1910 Historic Flags The government preserves some flags in the National Museum at Washington Among them are the one carried by John Paul Jones the one that first floated from the Niagara and the Great Eastern when the At lantic cable was laid the one made from the first silk manufactured in the United States theone carried by the Red Cross Societies American ambulance in the siege of Paris the garrison flag of Fort Moultrie the flag that floated over Richmond in the Civil War and most important of all the flag that hung over Fort McHenry in Bal imi re in Sept 1814 and in spired that beautiful and stirring hymn that all patriotic Americans love The Star Spangled Banner Oh say can you see by the early light What so proudly we hailed at the twilights last gleaming Whose broad stripes and bright stars tho the perilous fight Ore the ramparts we watched were so streaming And the rockets red glnre the bombs bursting in air Gave proof thro the night that our flag was still there Oh say does the starspaugled banner still wave Ore the land of the free and the home of the brave The Firat Flag Our first battle flag designed was made after the prescribed patter by a drummer boy under Col Ganesvoorts command at Fort Schuyler For the white he took two old amunition shirts for the red he requisitioned on the wife of a private for a red flannel petticoat and for the blue he used a coat that had been captured at Peeks kill On August 3 1777 this flag was used in defense of Fort Schuyler The Union Jack The Union Jack received its name from the fact that the first flag bore the British Union the famous design that commemorated the union of the crosses of St George of England and St Andrew of Scotland under James First giving the flag its name of Union Jack Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but C C J E Stormes historical dawn recorded gallantly GOING AFTER THE I You need something to ckaa vpP disinfect pans KRESO DIP will do SAFE SURE INEXPENSIVE EASY TQHUSE We have a special book let on Poal try Call or write for oae RlMcflobeits L IC E the work I tt t ii- s 1kr B If all the ingredients for your bread are as good and as pure as You will never have any baking troubles Nearly everybody knows this do you Phone 47 and get some fiarrard Milling Company For We ask the parents to bring the boys to our store for their NEW CLOTHES We are showing some splendid values that we guarantee to give good service We have se lected these garments with great care as to style and fit and we assure you that we can please the parents as well as the boys We are always willing to show our goods whether you come to buy or merely to investigate Jas W Smith I IIIIIIJtlII11IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIrT i I GLEN lilY flOUR J i i t i Jlllllllllllrll JltllIII IIIIIIIIIIII CLOTHING The BOYS I Ii I I i z YOU CAN TEST LUMBERa- ny way you please It will stand it splendidly For we handle no unsound stuff of any description We know and you will learn that the best lumber is the cheapest in the be f lOUR 1 ItI ill Ill rNew ginning as well as in the end And our lumber decidedly comes up to quality called best Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co I Iii 1Jii t 1 J 1 1 Y8Yg7SJ Y T Y 1Q GYS Ii SPRING GOODS We have just received a large line of DeeringFarmin Implements Osbourne Cutting Harrows Columbus Wagons g Kauffman Buggies i and in fact everything needed on the l farm See our line of Stoves and g- Ranges White House and Buster Brown Shoes i Men and Boys Suits 1 Carpets and Dragnets to fit any room at prices to 8 please you Becker Ballard Co j Bryantsville Ky I I I I I I Iiu e 1 1+ WORDS TO THE WISE Our bank makes no investtnt n s without ample security we cant afford to tale IIVXK moderate sure are for better than lirge dividends with possible loss of principal Reliability methods fair rates of interestand co iservative protection bank rank high Glad to tell you moreif you will ask anvone hnrp GARRARD BANK TRUST COMPANY I profit s honest make shi THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R resident J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Casbr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennv J L Gill Williams NY W I DEN Wun Get The Best Of The Bargain You when you buy our Flour at oui price Judging by com parison our Flour is worth more than we ask for it Buy a sack and we know you will agree with us Especially when you see how far White Swan Flour goes and how much better are your bread cakes and pastry Next time you need FLOUR order WHITE SWAN Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop AlnlJII MUA n11 Hair Grows Like Grain and the crop depends upon the soil Is your scalp fertile Starved soil grows only weeds cheat- I and puny smutty unmarketable grain starved scalps grow only dandruff y scurf and thin scraggly falling hair The only remedy for starved soils and starved scalps is Dr famous specialist discovered the secret of fertilizing scalps His foodfertilizer Nott the contains nothing ofnutriment that starved scalps need It is scalp sad hair food pure and simple grovrth In addition it Mils the germs which grow weeds of the scalp and prevents their return Price 100 per bottle The first bottle will show results Money back if Qban Hair Tonic doesnt do all we claim Mica used according to directions Dr Notts QBan Hr Restorer is guaranteed to restore cr ir to the color of ycutb23 not a dye or stain but just supplies the elements the c s lack Ask tar the cusrantce when you tug FL E McRoberts Capital and Surplus 26OOOOO OUR MOTTO Promptness Vigilance and PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK t yo1ie but kind sleepinghairdandruffthe I J I t H OFFICERS L Woods President W C Fish Vice President WG Kemper Cashier O U Tenill Asst Cashier I E I J J I PresIdent WsLHae DIRECTORS Marion Coy R L Arnold- J B Woods R G Gnyn J S Burrows W C Wynn E L Woods W C Fish II J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY 50000 SURPLUS 25000- B F HUDSON Cashier W O Ajst C D WAEKKB Bookkeeper J J WALKER JK Asst BookKeeper Etasiftess Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J 8 Johnson ILF Hudson J J Walker T Hf Arnold Alex Gibbs Walker C A Arnold CAPITAL RIG N Y ashy a1 Lewis L F Cracks At Creation Did you know That I am di ifting and whither I drift upon whom I land I know no mure than a rural editor That when you strike hard luck it seems to come along like a string of beadsThat New York is preparing to greet Teddy in such a way as U make him sh iw a double line of front teeth That John Walters ir one of the best Cafe Chemists in town and is al so the original just as good man That Frank Marksbury has invented a Noisless Springbottom Sole They will be found invaluable for men un avoidably detained atoSice They are warranted not to awaken the lightest sleeper and taking off your shoes in the thing of the past That a great many people live on cheese and crackers in order to give claret and champagne to their heiS That Billie Burton has a class in stammering He sass he can teach you how to stammer in your own home in ten lessons or money will be refun dedThat every man has his fort its some mens fort to do one thing and some other mens fort to da another and its still some mens fort to do nothingIt Shakespeares fort to write good plays but he couldnt have edited the CENTRAL RECORD thals Green Clay Walkers tort It was George Washingtons fort not to have any other public man resem ble him but Bob Tomlinson insists thats his fort Its Bob McRoberts fort to talk about the fishing trip he is going to take this fall and never goes Its Beddow Morrows fort to swim he can float all day and make a cake of Ivory soap ashamed of itself Acting is the fort of Beazley Has elden there is nothing to prevent them being headliners in vaudeville except lime Naming drinks is Fred Frisbies fort Merry widows delight Old maids sur prise Mirried mans release being some of them Its Harvey Helms fort give away seed He is still giving it away to the needy farmer throughout the land with as lavish a hand as Carnegie gives away libraries Will Cooks fort to write books on riculture chief among which is his reat treatise Do gold bricks make uud building material Its Will Embrjs fort to farm ne is also known as the Knight of the pitchfork and the only fisherman who uever caught a whale Its the fort of the Lancaster Fair to outdo all other Fairs and it will be larger and netter in every respect than ever before No where else can you meet so many old friends and get an equal amount of enjoyment for your money So come and meet your friends and mingle with the jolly crowdIts fort of tne Lancaster women to prepare good dinners and so many willl be on the grounds it will look like one big picnic Its the fort of the directors to see that all visitors are given a courteous and hospitable reception No effort will be spared to make their visit pleasant and profitable That the class song of the senior class of L H S was fine it made us all sad as they bid us adieu with a marcel wave of the hand That al jng v iLh the other of the past week was the exercises of the courting class The presentation of diplomas was very impressive Those receiving them were Simon Peter Anderson Earl Ladlesman Farra Jim Bel owcost Smith Arthur Mercantile Joseph John Justasgood Walters Louie Lear Tinder Logan Ken garlau Smith Billie Bogie West Harry Callylily Tomlinson Davit Singular Thomas Ben Mynervy Cormnev Bascum Tinderfoot Ford and Henry Clay Sutton Mr Sutton received the highest mark in the class and was given a pair of Noisless soles by the Prof who delivered them in a voice as firm as Plymouth Rock and yet as tender as a spring chicken SALVAGE AUTO WRECKED Louisville Barney Duffy and others of corps had a narrow escape from death when the big automobile in which they were to an alarm of fire crashed into a street car at Third avenue and Broadway The automobile was to ashes and several persons were severely bruised Capt Duffy escaped with a severe shaking up GORED TO DEATH Paducah Ky Entering a stable to pet a fine blooded hull that he attended on the farm of Capl Saunders Fowler secretary of the Paducah Commercial club H ry Clark was attacked by the animal and gored to death Clark formerly attended the stock pri the farm and became attached to the bull H recently quit and to his trade When he started to enter stable he was warned by a negro employe to remain out but he laughed remarking Why that bull is my friend The deceased was 25 years old and leaves a wife Middlesboro The contract for the new Elks home was to S M Ueaumont Co of Knoxville Tenn The approximate cost of the home completed will be 40000 It will be a fourstory brick complete in equipment I I I l halla t It graduating Sp ingbot tom KYCapt thesalvage responding reduced JiI i f festivities formerly returned the let modern AND Business Extension Sale A Sale That Is Not To Make Money But To Make Friends sole object of this sale is to induce men who have never worn Logans Clothing to try least to come and see to acquaint them selves with the handsome new styles we are showing We know that the extraordinary value we offer are worthy of your patronage because they will save you money We have tried to prove this in type but that is a difficult matter We can prove it to your satisfaction conclusively by the goods themselves For this sale we sacrifice the largest part of our profit for the sake of making new friends and customers for this store as every garment we sell will be so unusually good that it will be just like sending some one out to speak a good word for our clothes g0J1 E0 IDg g s g g g g g gfg010 g Logans Frien Making 8 I 1 themat themand i i igown i- I s i 0- ROEOFAhOdtt 4OF00 30L KGwE0 0EJw 4 xG G wsv a 4 l r I 0- r I L it- T lhe r Sale OpensI i SATURDAYJUNE ments for your least demands your investigation in justice to your own interest If You Demand Style To The Minute and Qualities That Right and yet dont want to pay a bit more than is absolutely necessary to secure these essentials LET CLOTHE YOU i tradeat I LOGAN ref Nt Wear a Frat I Suit this Summer and know the Pest Clothes Satisfaction on Earth liens 25oo and 2750 suits special price 2000 Mens 2000 and 2250 suits special I price 1700 Mens 1850 Suit special price 140 I Mens i650 Suits special price I 1300 Mens 1500 Suits special price 1150 Mens 1250 Suits special price Mens 1000 Suits special price 7 S Odds and Ends in Ladies Oxfords and J Shoes at half price Ends in Mens Oxfords and Shoes at halCprice Odds and Ends in Boys Oxfocds and Shoes at half price Great Bargains in Misses and Chil drens Oxfords and Shoes i 950 00 Oddsand ii g BRYANTSVILLE Mrs W J Hogan is visiting her daughter Mrs W T Woolfolk at LexingtonMiss Belle Burke entertained a few of her friends at an elegant six oclock dinner Thursday Mr Thomas Dunn is visiting at Lexington and London Miss Eliza Ison spent several days at Nicholasviile last week where she attended the convention of the W F Sallie B Welch returned home Monday after spending several weeks at Richmond with her daughter Mrs Sam Deatherage Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lex ington Is the guest of her cousin Miss Mamie Ballard Miss EPzabeth Robertson of Cro thersville Ind will return home next week after spending sevaral months here Miss Robertson has a host of friends here who will regret to see her leaveDr B M Swope who has been quite ill for some time is reported to be im provingThe exercises of Miss AlHe Dunns school were given Monday evening and were greatly enjoyed by all present After the exercises a social hour was spent served by Misses Zella Cowan and Pattie Belle Among those present were the patrons and SMrs den Frappe 10 relatives M Burke a We are showing this season by far the finest assortment of high grade apparel for Men and Boys ever shown by this or any other store in Lancaster and we want you to know it This sale offers decided induce Extra Special Prices Extra 150 Mens Suits one two and three of a kind ranging in prices from 1000 to 2000 we will close out at the following low prices 298 398 498 598 698 798 898 998 100 Young Mens Suits in small lot prices from 1000 to 1850 we will close out at two prices 498 and 7 28 These last named suits are beyond any question of doubt the greatest bargains ever offered the people of Lancaster and Garrard Co Terms of Sale Cash We positively will not charge Goods at the above cut prices We Clothe Men and Boys from Head to Foot and do it Right THE STORE THAT SATISFIES Kentucky g o I 1 r xc c I ii Lancaster c 0 n 0 h 0 Alumni of Dunn Institute Mrs Annie Grundy colored wife of Dr J T Grundy died last Monday after an illness of only a few days She was a faithful member of Hanan Chapel Burgin She was buried there on Tuesday STONE Mrs Mary A Sanders Is very sick at this writing Mrs Preston and daughter Linnie visited her mother Mrs Ma linda Preston ot Jessamine who is very sick Miss Lola B Crutchfield of your city visited herparenti at this place Saturday Sunday Mrs Nora Teater of Buckeye visit ed her grandfather Mr George Ander son Saturday who Is very sick A T Sanders was in Lexington to see Dr McClaymond Miss Mayble F Crutchfield who has been at the exchange at Nicholasville for sevaral years has come home to spend the summer Mrs Pearl Hicks visited her mother ThursdayMrs Anderson of California the guest of Mrs L M Crutch field Mr Earl Grow and wife visited Mrs Tom Lemay Wednesday night C S Sanders sold a tract of land to E Oaborne for 350 Elmer Ea t bought a horse from J nfgbt and Saturday waS f Mary on Mens and Boys HighClass Clothes The handsomest styles produced this season Youths 1850 and 2000 Suits spec ial price 1400 Youths 1500 and 1600 Suits spec ial price 1200 Youths 1000 and 1250 Suits sptC ial price SSoo Boys Knee Suits at half price Odds and Ends in Mens Hats at half price Odds and Ends in liens and Boys Shirts at half prise Odds and Ends In Mens at half price BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT I- IFriendMakingPrices II l1 i S ill II 1 D 3 1inde ere l1 roJl lrI y Ill 0C N- Ii d Erins for 150 Miss Osie Snyder visited the Misses Crutchfield Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs L L Sanders of Crab Orchard were gUtstsor Mrs Mary A Sanders and family Sunday Clyde Sanders sold a horse to Chas Boatrigut for 35 IJCENA VISTA Mr David Christopher of Lincoln county is with relatives here Mr J W Scott spent last week with Mr and Mrs Virgil Scott at Bryantsville Mr Bogie and wife of I 3X ington were guests of Mrs Elizabeth Ison a few days last week Miss Jennie Lane entertained her S S class with a croquet party last Saturday afternoon at the beautiful home of her brother G B Lane Mrs Lane assisted the hostess in en tertalning Mrs Gertrude Pryor and Miss Christopher spent Saturday night and Sunday with friends in LawrenceburgAunt Hamilton a highly respected colored woman died here oa the 28th ult Mrs Van Note after several weeks stay with relatives here has returned to her home at Kansas City Mo The Misses Skinner and brothers Misses Askins and brothers and Mrs Burgess and Miss Bry antsville spent a pleasant day tic I I Nelson Florence of sI 1 y Y Sale Ends SATURDAY JULY 11th I r i 5 ing at Eijh Bridge last Thursday Mr and Mrs James Hamilton were recent guests of Mr and Mrs G H Lane Working Hours on Steamships Steamship working hours are four on and eight off to the end of the voy Aged State Pensioners Robert E Pluribus Unum Smith Is an oldage pensioner In Australia la his application he added the words otherwise known as Rowdy Bob In J title the local authorities certified his character as good and he had no difficulty In getting his 1240 a week from the state The oldest Australian peBsioHer Is a woman of 105 Farm Far Sale As executor of David Chenault 1 will sell privately the farm on which he resided about one mile iron RichmoBd Kentucky on the pike This is one of the Most homes ia Madison county about 30 acres of rich bluegrass land all suitable for tobacco of fruit of all kind pteaty of raaaiBfr water Rice dater modern boase of eight rooBS halt pane eta with the usual out Bousee On the placate quite a lot of Mae locust If to sold cam give peMMfttaa iav tairty days Aayoae afeirtot t see the place caH o Cbeaavlt at tee farm lodge J C CheaMlt lick oMHdKjorJ W mon LiMfai I age I spite or this uncomplimentary second I fare Mrs era deceased Irvine desirable abundance Yy i41 K r Y s of showing the prettiest and most varied line of at the most reasonable prices that have ever been displayed in our city We are pleased to show you and when you pay us a visit do not fail to see them New creations in our Ladies Wear Depart ment Having sold many Carpets Mattings Rugs Etc to the early March housecleaners we have just replenished our stock with new and desirable Merchandise and we invite your inspection he Joseph Mercantile Company I f Guilty I 11 x Di z E 15 ISEE 55 V r II Ready To I f t 1 ni We PleadI w z- I I I C C M L frt rt beautiful selection anti large Ite of tmWiflrillte Commencement Gifts Frisbies Drug Store I T0L rLi ijfiIJ fi1f rn IH have a t JSEiD UiHVE SAY SHINGLES r TAL WHEN Cortright Metal Shingles were first introduced 24 years scepticalBut thefactsThy are used today froiri the Atlantic to the Pacific for all kinds of buildings under all conditions are fireproof stormproof never leak and last as long as the building repairsFor apply to Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa against any other delicacy and it win be found to excel others in popular and never tiring satisfaction When you cannot eat anything else you can still enjoy a dish of our ICE CREAM 1l A Aw orryyyryav I Balance Our Ice Cream I y w4 J rllr11Irall rlTr a 1rl rJ r1 rY ball u r Stop in and have some Or better still take some home in a box so the whole faimily can see how good and wholesome it is Henley V Bastin Prop Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster Ky Automobiles AGENTS T30 125000 rianders20 750oo F O B DETROIT We also handle Automobile supplies oils tires etc and keep expert Auto men for repair work If you are intending buying phone us Bell 24 and we will have our demonstrator call on you Danville Ice Goal 60 i i i I Jx t s ti S sS1 n ii I r I I I FORE N II I I J s I I I f 8- i pi M Gossip About People N Ng A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those W Are In Miss Addie Arnold was in Danville TuesdayBradley Johnson is at home for the Miss Delia Tinder has returned to RichmondMrs Fox was In Danville last week visiting friends Fred P Frisbie was in Cincinnati several days this week Mrs Leslie Shephard of Paint Lick visited Mrs Wm Champ Mrs O W Darnoid Is at home from Richmond Normal school Mrs R L Long of Lexington is visiting Mrs J W Bourne Miss Harriet Fleetwood left this week for her home in Rome Ga Miss Norma is at home from a visit to Richmond relatives Rev C C Brown is in Barbourville assisting his brother with a reviyal Miss Eunice Prather of Crab Or chard spent Sunday with home folks Mrs Samuel Baker of Berea is here visiting her sister Mrs Wm Palmer Friends will regret to hear that Mrs Martha Evans Lusk continues quite ill Mrs John Magee of Danville has been with her daughter Miss May Ma gee Little Elmer Batson Singleton has about recovered from her recent ill ness Mr Fred of Detroit Mich was a visitor here for several days Miss Sopbronia Fox came home Thursday from the Richmond Normal schoolMrs J E Lynn of Stanford is visiting her daughter Mrs J M Mount Misses Flossie Tribble and Bessie Brown are visiting Miss Nannie B HerringMisses Katie Simpson and Sue Bra shear were with Danville friends the past week Mrs Mattie Terrill of Richmond has been with her sister Mrs Susie Leavell Mrs George Ballou ofRichmond is the guest of her mother Mrs Edna FrancisElder F M Tinder returned night from several days visit in CarlisleLittle Miss Florence Johnson has gone to Richmond to spend a week or ten days Miss Amanda Anderson leaves June 14 to attend the Normal School in Richmond Miss Lillian Sanford Saturday for a visit to Dr and Mrs Vaught of RichmondMr Sullivan sister Miss Annie of Danville visited friends here Sunday Miss Bessie Prather and Miss Scot U Sebastln of Macksbury are visiting I rr summer Elmore Livermore v Saturday ry 44 1L e cleft and 1 Sf f in Paint Lck Josheph Rogers who has been in Maryland attending college is expect ed home the 12 Mr and Mrs Bridges and little son D Warren left this week to be gone until September W T West and attorney L L Walker have returned from a business trip to Frankfort Misses Minnie Gowen and Catbrine Boone are visiting in Lexington Ni cholasville and Georgetown Mesdames Henry and James New land of Lincoln have been visiting their nephew T K Watson Floyd Swope who has been Transylvania University Lexing ton is at home for vacation Mrs J C Hemphill to her home in Louisville Saturday after a short visit to Lancaster relatives Misses Carrie Arnold and May Broaddus and Dr J S Gilbert visited the family of Dr Wm Burneett Mrs Ei Price and Miss Lou J Grant visited the family of Dr A S Price of Stanford Wednesday- J H Kinnaird John Simpson and J Louis Gill were visitors in and Nicholosville the past week Miss Dorcas Francis of Richmond has been the guest of her cousins Misses Edna and Martha Kavanaugh Mesdames Dr Blaney John Nickels and Logan Woods of Danville were guests of Mrs J M Mount last Fri day Miss Mabel Mason has returned to her home in Bichmond but later on will go to Knoxville to attend summer school Mrs W A price entertained at a 6 oclock dinner Friday in honor of the teachers of the Lancaster Graded schoolMasters Forest and Robert Smith of Birmingham Ala are visiting their giandparents Mr and Mrs S B Henry Mrs Larry Jones and two bright little children of Monticello are here visiting her grandfather Mr Tom JohnsonMr Mrs J B Paxton and little son James have been recent visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs A C Robinson Rev A B Mahoney and daughter Miss Marie Mahoney of Stanford were guests of Mr and Mrs J F Holzclaw Mrs Ella Bettis and daughter Miss Lizzie Bettis eave this week for a visit to Mr and Mrs Jesse Arnold of FrankfortMrs Burnsides has returned home from Monticello where she has been visiting her daughter for the past few months Dr and Mrs T J Acton have to their home at Eubanks Pu laski county after a visit to Dr and Mrs J M Acton Mr and Mrs B F Hudson and Mrs Fred P Frisbie attended the exercises of Central at Danville Wednesday Miss Allie Arnold came home from Indianapolis noted D and D Institution She will leave in the fall to teach at Pittsburg Pa Misses Margaret Clark of Pleasant Ridge Ohio and Corinne Murray of Cincinnati arrived this week for a visit to Misses Martha and Helen Gill Mr and Mrs Coy Mr and Mrs Newland Dr Boyley and Miss Amos Willis of Kirksville spent Commencement week with Mr and Mrs L J Sanford Mr A B Brown Sr was called tj Aurora Ind last week by the sudden death of his soninlaw Judge William Steele Holman which occurred on the afternoon of May 30 Mr Brown will remain with his daughter for The Womans Club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs D W Bridges and an Interesting talk enjoyed The recent meeting of the State Federa tion of the Womans Club was the main topic of conversation attending returned Lexington returned commencement University Friday Sanford sometime a LY Flower Mission or Jennie Cassaday Day was observed here by the mem bers of the Union The sick were with floral offerings and the graves of deceased members were visited and flowers laid upon them Mrs Peak and daughter Miss Theo dosia Peak of Lexington Miss Eliza beth Adams of Mt Vernon and Miss Lavinia Magraw of Caldwell College Danville were guests of Misses Came and Mattie Adams during Commence went week Miss E izabeth L Broaddus who has so successfuiy presided over the millinery dept of the New Decatur Ala Dry Goods Co will leave for her home in Richmond Ky much to the regret of her many friends here New Decatur The trustees of the Colored A M E church desire to thank their white friends for so kindly donating for tc wards the repairing of the church Respctfully Henry Duncan sec Peculiar Form of Tobacco Using Hqokha the hubblebubble or water pipe is always being smoked by Burmese women partly because they like it but mainly to supply the men with nicotine water This hubble bubble nicotine water habit is in a lazy form of tobacco chewing A mouthful of the beverage Is held In the mouth as long as possible They carry about gourds full of It and claim it preserves their teeth and it York Press Nice Things a Baby Can Do It can beat any alarm clock ever in vented waking a family up in the morningGive a fair show and it can smash more dishes than the most industrious servant girl in the country It can fall down oftener and with less provocation than the most expert tumbler in the circus ring It can make more genuine fuss over a simple brass pin than its mother would over a broken back It can choke itself black in the face with greater ease than the most ac complished wretch that ever was cutedIt keep a family in a constant turmoil from morning til night and night til morning wjtnout once vary ing its tone It can be relied upon to sleep peace fully all day when its father is down town and cry persistently at night when he is particularly sleepy It may be the naughtiest dirtiest ugliest most fretful baby in the whole world but you never can make its mother believe it and you had not try it Itcan be a charming and model when no one is around but when visitors are present it exhibit more bad temper than both ot its put together RUBBLE Miss Alice Rankin of Stanford is the popular and attractive guest of Miss Mary Rankin Miss Liza Pikes the belle of Broad head is the weekend visitor of the Misses Jones of Hedgeville Miss Cora Goode of Hustonvilie the popular guest of the Misses Miller HedgevilleDr of Indianapolis who has been visiting the family of J M Spoonamore returns to his home last week N Hollis Lee of San Antonio Tex is expected to arrive this week to be gin the study of medicine with Dr W F Hickle Miss Mary Hackley has returned home after a delightful visit in Cin cinnati Miss Julia Anderson and Mr Oscar were married on May 25 Misses Lucy and Sibyl Spoonamore entertained In honor of Dr Rivers of Indianapolis Some forty guests the hospitalities of their beautiful country home The musical enter tainment at which Miss Lucy Is an adept was one of the features of the evening Delightful ices and cakes were served and all enjoyed a pleas ant evening I Saturday Advertiser fact mayNew better Infant parents grimes 0 remembered Turkish tee can enjoyed Civic Notes It is with pleasure that we call at tention to the improvements on our pikes leading out of Lancaster the farms of R L Elkin and Ship Estes where trees have been planted throughout their farms especially along the public highway Farmers get in line and farms with shade trees and ere long the popular drives will be out your way Have you noticed how clean and tidy the homes in Duncan town are They have whitewashed houses and fences and there is an air of prosper ity very pleasing If it is against the city ordinances burn paper and trash on the streets why is It done A business man should have pride enough to keep the front of his store clean and the rear as well By each one keeping his own place neat and attractive the whole town will soon be in order The Ky State Journal in speaking of the recent meeting of the pints iu that city says The good work done by these women in the last generation cannot be overval ued or too highly commended Their aim is to help humanity not to injure it They deal with the social intel lectual and moral conditions of the peopleThe progress of civilization may be measured by their success Use of Natural Gas During the last three spars there has been a fairly steady increase In the quantity of natural gas used In this country for domestic purposes a de crease in the quantity used for purposes and an increase In the average price MT Most all the tobacco in this locality will be set at this season Cnildrens Day will be observed Hebron June 12 at 2 p m every body invited Mr Jerial Montgomery who was a victim of mumps is able to be out Mr Harrison Preston bought of Mr Denny Scott a 2 yearold horse for 80 Messrs A S Dean and W R delivered their hogs to Mr C A Robinson last week at S3 per hundredMr Mrs Tom Hicks of Bourne were with Mr and Mrs W R Mont gomery Sunday Miss Jennie Montgomery spent Sat urday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Tom Norris near Bryantsville Mrs Jesse Duncan little daughter Elizabeth and Miss Lula Edgington were with Mrs Hiram Ray near last week City Ordinance Be it ordained by the City Council of Lancaster Ky It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to barter or loan cider or hotshots Jbv retail Unless quanta ties than fiveys gallons ins shall d than 31000 dollars This ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage and H T Logaq Mayor R W McRoberts Clerk All claims against the estate ofO deceased will properly proven to my E Robinson at Lan caster Ky Mrs O T Wallace Executratrix Notice border your t Federated I manufacturing HEBRON I 621 Buckeye s I 1 a so offend b notless ten publication persons avln T presen sa attorne a- Mt Montgomery athe city o Lancaster Noticea Wallace IWU FWi IT IN IMS CIWI Sell your bapojttd Currey I am standing myJersey bull for 100 cash B L Elkin Try a can of pine apple at Curreys tf Currey has all jjjrids ot fresh every week tf Fresh Lowneys Candy atZImmers 34tf Phone 199 fo anythingin thegrocery line Lee Turner 24tf Buy your chlckerfeed at Curreys place tf Just received a lOix of china at Curreys Come In and get choice We handle the Red Cross brand of flour iEee Turner 24tf Highest marketprice paid for coun try produce Lee Turner 24tf I am running an Employment office If you need a hand telephone me at No 41 Geo Baker 4t Lancaster Ky For tine photos views enlargements newspaper and catalogue cuts go to the Cassaday street Danville Ky 2C House moving and Raising a special ty Best Box 403 Tele phone 16 sJH Baldwin Danville Ky 422St pd Are You the Owner A red gjlt weighing about 100 pounds came to my house last Friday night Oiv f Sy byTJay ing for this notice and the keeping Chas Anderson To The Public We desire to that hrThe fu ture we will s meals on county other day Thank ing yea fur your past patronage- 2t Mrs Jack Adams If You are Ambitious Write to me and I will tell you how to turn your time into cash X will put you inr touch cppoi tunity that will lead a Addres H K Goodall 210 Monroe St Chicago III Received Payment Received of Beazley Haselden eighteen hundred dollars in full of insurance on my barn contents destroyed byftp of May recomend these and the Companies theY for their courteous treatment and their prompt payment of loss cash without discount J Wilson Moore We have opened a Ladies Parlor on public square for complexion facial massage manicuring chiropody and Also manufacturing oods First class at reasonable prices Pay us a call ana be con vinced Stand previously occupied by Fox Studio We will also call atjour home Callie Duncan ad daughter TeleboBeKo216 U LowneysCandy Haw ian vegetables assortment famous r St j 1 tin references state rye more court ny sp e nto permanent busin your own settlement e night 26t1Vi910 eartHy gen em repr t beautifying Ip treat t ha ark f Jr have 4 with i Why not buy milk from the Dairy i delivered at your twice a day I i S W i Phone FRESH MILK door MOSS190 UNION John White a young colored man died the 31st of M ly Owing to the extraordinary cool weather tobacco pi inks are very lat A young man arrived at the home of Mr and Mr Chas Diliion all par ties includiuu Charlie are doing well Mr Jas Parson and wife of 1 nvei Garriid visited relatives here Suu dayMiss Elzibslh Murpir of Bere College will return home fiis week to spend vacation The Flitwood correspondent stated last week that Mrs Lydia Murphy sold 27 acres for Si00000 it should have been 17 acres lie was mistaken about Robert Murphy go jug West to locate as Robert never thought of such a i hint An Experts Opnion Of Skn Disease- A prominent national expert oi skin diseases whose name YOU are fa miliar with says tint in all his scien tific expet ijnce he Ins found ft hard a iJease t cnnquer is EZ3ma Yet he does m t hesitate to recom mend ZEMOas a for the treatment if E z Itch ing skin diseases dandruf pimples blockheads and all other diseases oi the skin and scalp He says that not only do its curative qualities make it popular hut also that it is a clean li quid remedy for external use A great improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions whicn art not only unpleasant to use but do destroy the germ life that causes the disease ZMHO draws the kerns te tht surface and destroys them leaving the skit clear and Can br used freely on iifants I E Mc Ruherts will gladly supply those who call with a tree sample bottle of ZIKO and a booklet explains in sim ple language all about skin disease and how to cure yourself at home with Zemo LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YAUPS Juue 1 HOKS Sheep Receipts S2J i2i7 rli Shipments 1TJU 716 CATTLE Shippers SOT 5P Butcher stmsrs extra 7tH 7 15 Good to choice 0 25 C Common to fair 1 i f TO Heifers extra 7 10 7 15 Good to choice f 0J700 Common to fair 3 75- CoxviJ extra Ji 45 r 75 to choice 1 r0 ii iCommon to fair 2 Capper 2 2X3 2T Bursa LiJogiies Extra i 10 Pat bulls 550 COO CALVES extra a oo Fair to good S ii 25 Common and large 00 HOGS good packirs and butchers i 50 i S3 Mixed packers 1 45g JX Stags C M7 K Common to choice heavy fat sows 7 7r S shippers r09 CO Pigs 110 Ibs and lest 9 GO SHEEP extra 4 S5 Good to choice 4 2yai4 75 Common to fair 2r04 ID- LAMiS extra Good to choice 8 2r 9 10 Common to lair 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 3 no SI Farra Sqtire B Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich MrsP W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W 9 Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson Ii C Arnold W G Anderson II C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn- J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co I FARMERS COLUMN dpace below this heading is for tile cxcln she use of our farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer caunot to adver tise No notice will be accepted over four lines aud will be ouly iu two Issues of the Recoup free of chat ge For Sale 1 pair coming 4vearoll horse imule Geo Y Conn For Sale Three tine Boars Dan East Teatersville Ky For Sale A nice tobacco bed Forty by 9 feet Mason H Pollard For Sale Both osage orange and lo cust posts and 9 ft in For young guilts to find pigs in a few days also a good young cow Wm Royston Fairview For 12 year old horse absolutely gentle Telephone 309F male hog with black arid red spots B L Hubble I have 48 acres of grass to rent near church J L Littrell afternoon a class pin B H S 06 Bring to this office If For Sale Brown walkint CHllivator also a hay rake and a two hoot torn planter Jao W Woods 11 uf laud uev r 1I10st successful remedy Ill nut healthy whih Cattle tfi 9 5 Gad io t I O S S 9 10 5 Sweeney- Z T nice Jas Sutton II II 1111 U II II J II 1IJ afford 81 lengthF SaleThree SaleA good LostA i Scotts Fork LostWednesday CheapA 7 I o a r2 fOR 510 t Cod 5 d e S- Light 5ar Ca 7 sod S S e found Q The Greatest Subterraneaf Wonder in the World Since Discovery in 1809 This Ken tecky Cave Has Been the Mecca ef Tsarists aid Scientists the 500 known caverns undermining Edmondson County Kentucky Almost from the time of the of the cave in 1809 by a hunter who pursued a wounded bear into the mouth of the great recess the place has been the mecca of tourist and scientist And in this day of easy trav el the trip from Louisville to this mar velous labyrinth of tunnels is the meisst incident The cave is about ninetyfive miles out from the metrop olis of the commonwealth and a lightful ride of scarce three and a half hours over the Louisville Nashville Hail road supplemented by a few mini utes journey up a peculiar mountain railway from Glasgow Junction places the tourist at Cave Hotel The of almost a century are left on this quaint hostelry that shelters the Stranger during his stay in the cave region Wonders Are Encountered By the visitor almost from the moment he steps en the picturesque winding leading from the hotel to the cave entrance The path suddenly stops i a marked by a black hole at the bottom opening into the side of th mountain the visitors arrival should happen on a hot afternoon or evening in August he will experience the delight of an instantaneous change from the torrid climate of something tike 90 degrees to tile pleasant air of an October afternoon The current of air rushing from the mouth of the cave is responsible for this change The at mospheric stream flows with force sufficient to at once dry the perspira tion from the brow and momentarily chilI the flesh It is popularly de scribed as the breath of the cave the cool air constantly rushing out in summer and the heavy cold air arils tinually flowing in the winter Through Narrow Gate Passing through the narrow gate that opens into the hallway of this marvelous and mystic mansion built Uy natures master architect water i the visitor has before him in the neigh borhood of 200 miles of underground avenues stately chambers tortuous passages stairways inclines halls and domes The regulation courses OT routes mapped out by the guides are such that each moment brings with It its particular wonder First Stop At Rotunda The first stop is made at the Ro tunda a magnificent cavern whose limestone ceiling vaults some 50 feet above Here are to be found the rude leaching vats log pipes and frame work used by the early miners to se cure the lime nitrate so important in the manufacture of saltpeter The Identical objects seen here played their silent but nevertheless effectual part in tiding the then infant nation over the perilous sea of 1812 To the right of the Rotunda extends Audubon avenue named after the great naturalist This treasure laden passage leads to Olives Bower which j contains the most beautiful stalactites to be found in the entre cave Off to the left of the Rotunda one strikes the Main Cave almost as wide as a city street and fully fifty feet high Turning aside from the Main Cave for a moment before the Rotunda has been left many yards be hind the visitor may find himself walking through Gothic avenue specting numerous grottoes and examining the snow white eyes less crustaceans In the Cooling Tub casting a pebble into the Lake of Purity and winding up at the old little waterfall and its attendant beauties in Annettes Dome Th way Is retraced and on ajjrfB CuE If I I I I I I I t MAMMOTH subterranean discovery des fingerprints path gully i ins alcoves i TIE MARBLe TEMPLE MAMMOTH CAVE KENTUCKY Copyright by H C Cantori entering the Main Cave the guide leads his guests directly to one of the most remarkable sights in the cave the Giants Coffin This is a colossal rock of limestone formation plucked in some prehistoric moment from the wall of the cavern and set down at the side of the pathway The huge rock is estimated to weigh 2000 tons is 45 feet long varies from 12 to 15 feet in width and has an almost uniform The winding path leading to the Cave height of 18 feet It is appropriately named from its remarkable to an enormous burial casket A little further on the Acute Angle is reached where the avenue turns with a suddenness seldom witnessed en a surface stream of it is supposed that this is the river bed of a former underground then the visitor pauses at the famous Star Chamber a name nearly as com mon as that of Mammoth Cave itself Here truly Is a sight of a lifetime resemblance waterfor torrentand THE CHIMES MAMMOTH CAVE KENTUCKY Copyright ty H C Ganter Palmistry Palmistry in its modern acceptation Is divided Into two branches chirog nomy and chiromancy Chirognomy defines the outward shape of the hand and of its the thumb and fingers name is derived from the Greek and means the laws of the hands Chiromancy is derived from the Greek and signifies divina tIon by the hand that is by the lines mounts and other marks OB the palnr alSo bans o l members Ottk 3tt4 Gladstones Great Mind In his Life of Gladstone Lord Morley somewhere notes that Mr Gladstone affirmed that he did not ever to have been at a loss for a word w Object in Light Shades Originally made merely for electric light shades now are designed along purely lines to diffuse or reflect the light with the greatest ecosomy I J r i remember ornamentation scientific r- n J MS- t e a Probably nowhere else in the world will the tourist be able to secure so thorough an impression of the of an utter absence of light The peculiar flickering little cave lamps have in a measure penetrated the i shadows but in the Star Chamber tho guest is to be treated to a new seusa tion Left in Spacious Hall The guide collects all lamps and his steps leaving his guests clone in a spacious hall with a high flat ceiling He soon loses himself to view and the dim reflection of the lamps he carries is to be seen on the ceiling In this faint light far over hid the spots or Stars of a thou sand gypsum crystals stand out against a background of manganese di giving an excellent imitation of a portion of the Milky Way seen in tie inky blackness of a misty sky And then the guide shouts a warning to his guests the receding footsteps of the pilot in this sea of darkness are again heard and presto all light is gone The senses of the visitor are appalled by the terrifying intensity of the indescribable blackness and he Is left in hopelessness and awe until the guide makes his welcome Brief cave description will have accomplished its purpose in the mind of the reader if it persuades him to make a personal inspection of these everrecurring wonders There are five tiers or stories to Mammoth Cave and when the lowest is reached and all is in readiness for an embarka tion on the wonderful Echo River the visitor is about 270 feet beneath surface of the earth I Rivers Source in Darkness This stream located amid such weird surroundings is navigable to the three rude boats that ply its during the dry season for a of something over half a mile The river has its source in darkness i and empties into tile black unknown The wellni h acoustic properties of the walls rising out of and arching Echo River have been often described I In places the smooth arch draws down j to within less than three feet of the surface of the water and the mariner must stoop in his seat The river J has a maximum width of forty or fifty feet and its greatest depth is believed to be about thirtyfive feet The soundingboard formed by the solid rock twisted into hundreds of nooks and inlets returns the faintest noise or note into myriads of echoes In the cool dark waters are often found marvelous witish fish and crawfish that Nature has kindly deprived of eyes because of their utter uselessness in such a place Mere mention can here be made of a few of the many other wonders shown by the guide on even the briefest cave journey Mammoth Dome about 150 feet from floor to vaulted room Is one of the striking glories of the cavern Its almost perpendicular walls are by gigantic columns rich In sculpture that the hand of man might imitate but not excel Often these walls suggest that they might have served as models for the sculptors of the interiors of the ancient Egyptian pyramids The Bottomless Pit The Bottomless Pit is another glor ious cavern which despite its name has been fathomed This was first crossed where now there is a tiny bridge by the elder Bishop guide and explorer on a cedar sapling The the Bacon Chamber Lovers Leap Standing Rocks the Arm Chair the Cork Screw the Bridal Altar j where half a dozen weddings have oc Styx Martha Washing tons Statue and a double score other Interesting features found in this land of darkness get their names from imaginations keenly descriptive and i are shown to the ordinary cave visitor And lastly attention may be called to the Water Clock that tells the time for the traveler as he Is about to leavA this region of sublimites On the out ward journey when the Rotunda Is not far ahead at the guides command A Charming Girl The greatest charm In a young girl Is her simplicity and by simplicity one does not stupidity The charm of real simplicity is an entire absence of boldness cynicism assumed so often met with In the modern girl Absolute candor and sincerity are the attributes of true and they are characteristics Which invariably attract men when choosing their future wives Home I meaning I I I retraces reappear- anCe the I surface I natural I I I I I I i curredRiver oft i I worldlywisdom OteL 00 aide distance relieved Cataracts J mean and simplicity there is a pause a stillness follows and presently is heard from up in the depths of a Stygian recess in the walls above a monotonous slow regular tick ticktick the never changing dropping of water from an unseen stalactite to a hidden pool many feet below telling off the centuries and but forcibly describing how the glories lately beheld have been created by the hand of water Colossal Cavern Colossal Cavern was discovered In 1895 by Robert Wcodson who was searching for a spring Jt was first partially explored by a young man named Pike Chapman in the fall and winter of the same year and in the spring of 1896 since which time more of the cavern has been explored and a great amount of work done at the en the widening of several very narrow passages the lowering of the floor in certain places where the space between the floor and the roof of the cave did not permit of an easy traveling and the construction ot roads All of this work has now been completed and the trip through the cave can now be made without any great exertion in about six hours As yet but few persons have seen the of the magnificent cavern and it stands today practically the same as when first discovered None of the beautiful rock formations have been destroyed by vandals or blackened by the smoke of oil lamps which are not used here In order to preserve the natural whiteness of the beautiful rock formation it was decided to use acetylene lamps whose light is much more brilliant and powerful and which do not give off the disagreeable smell that arises from oil lamps several entrances existed to Cavern but these were all closed by filling in the entrance with rock and earth and an entrance made at the extreme west end of the cavern This was done for the reason that the natural entrances were very inconveni ent and hard to reach the surface land being very rough and hilly The entrance to Colossal Cavern is one and onehalf miles from the to Mammoth Cave and at foot of a steep hill facing the west and is the private property of the I N Railway From the surface to the floor of the cave Is two hundred and twelve feet the descent being made down well constructed steps in the rock the pas sage way averaging about three feet in width From the foot of the steps th avenue in which we find ourselves and which is the main avenue of the cave oitends for four miles in a southeast wily direction to the end of the care All the rock at this lavel is limestone and after ones eyes have become ac cnstomed to the darkness the remark able shape of the rocks and marking In the walls and ceilings attracts the attention There is possibly no known cavern where the action of the water and the force of eruption is as plainly seen as in Colossal Cavern and in localities farther on particularly In Florence avenue the walls are richly decorated WILL INCREASE TAX That Supreme Court Has Sustained Its Validity The announcement that the supreme court at Frankfort had sustained ths rectifiers tax placed on that kind of whisky at a special session under Gay Beckhams administration was hailed with delight by whisky men in the capitol city who predict the ax will be increased to five cents ai gallon at the next session of the The tax of onefourth cent a gallon brings 50000 into the state treasuryThe on rectified whisky was put on at a special session of the legisla ture which was held immediately the regular session of 190G There was a hard fight against the act and a compromise was finally reached whereby the tax was placed at one and a quarter cents instead of onehalf cent The rectifiers an nounced that they would fight the case all through the courts but they to pay the tax pending a If the decision had been against the state and in favor of the rectifiers the state would have had to refund the amount which has already been paid by the rectifiers and it would have crippled the treasury greatly An Observation- If looks really counted for anything In this world how empty our colleges would be Detroit Free Press When Sick Women sufferingfrom head ache backache pain inside or nervousness or any other ail ment resulting from female trouble should and use it regularly Cardui has been found by thousands of ladies to relieve female by restoring to health the weak womanly organs i trancein interior Colossal entrance the I I I certain former legislature following I consented settlement I I get Cardul weakness patiently simply individual Originally Take i CARDUI Mrs F S Mills Murietta Calif tried Cardui and writes I dont think anyone can recommend a medicine more highly than I can CarduL ihad a mishap followed byta flammation I positively would have died had it not been for Cardui When I began taking it I could not stand on my feet After tak ing two bottles I was cured and I now weigh 165 pounds Try itvill helpyou Sold everywhere X45 I j I Car believe t 4 1 Farm and Stock Loyd Bourne sold to Woo Rovston a mule colt sired by Wm Lears jack for 13500 R E Henry sold a Jersey cow to James Dalton for 7500 The man who said the best poultry men on most farms are the women knew what he was talking about Fresh straw to work in makes the little chicks just as happy as it does the older girds The small stomach of the horse in dicates the impropriety of long fast jug Feed three times a day at all times of the year Lice breed fast when the weather gets warm Houses that have been occupied by broody hens will need close looking after now Horses very lose their eyesight through dust and hayseed falling into tluir eyes from the loft above The pooled wool of Nicholas county Ky has mostly been sold and deliv ered at Carlisle at the prevailing price of 24 cents Dealers had previ ously been paying 30 cents Feeding fresh milk to calves from several cows instead of skim Milk and grain and getting the market price for the cream or butter will make the difference between prosperity and poor living to many farmers The mites and lice of different fam increase and mufply more than anything else so begin the battle at once and keep at it Carry the fighting into the enemies teni tory the roost pen and brooding coops or houses and fight with a ven geance Kerosene carbolic acid and are excellent ammunition to use either separately or together Catarrh Will Go Relief Comes in Two Minutes Complete Cure In Few Minutes Dont go on hawking yourself sick every morning its cruel its harmful and its unnecessary If after breathing Hyomei the won derworker you are not rid of vile car tarrh you can have your money back No stomach doting just take the little hard rubber pocket inhaler that comes with each outfit and pour into it a few drops of Hyomei Breathe it according to directions In two min utes it will relieve you of that stuffed up feeling Use it a few minutes ev ery day and ina few weeks you will be entirely free from catarrh Breathing Hyomei is a very and certain way to kill catarrh Get an outfit today it only costs its worth 1000 to any catarrh sufferer For sale by druggists every where and by B E McRoberts who guarantees it to cure catarrh croup coughs colds sore throat and bronchi tis An extra bottle of Hyomei liquid if needed costs but 50c as the lUtle hard rubber inhaler you get with the outfit will lasta lifetime MIONACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour belching and cures stomach or money back box of tab Zeta 50 cents Druggists in all towns Jersey Bull Simpson 08427 Season 1910 J W S W E E N E Y autumn leaves are too valuable to be used for bonfire fuel Onethird bran and twothirds corn meal is a good food for little chicks A light porous clay loam having some lime in it Is the best soil for fruit A cure for cornstalk disease tee silo It cures by eliminating the causeThe farmer who sells butter is not complaining much about the 50 cent prospects The litter carrier should be kept in a constant state of good repair It is a necessity Mulching will keep the fruit cleaa and the soil in good condition duriBg the fruiting season Milk is one commodity in which buyer refuses to recognize the grades of excellence If the skin of the horse Is kept he will sweat more freely which Is necessary in keeping him in good tea dittos To a very considerble extent the lection of a suitable or unsuitable decides the fruitfulness and value of the orchard Repeated plantings to keep ap a sup ply may in a measure be avoided by sowing early medium and late varie ties at one sowing Many of the wastes sad byproducts of the fruit farm and household are utilized by the fowls changed fate valuable poultry products Pall pigs aad spring pigs both should be kept growing from the very start This doe not aecesearily that they h Nft ra4 t 1 often lies rapidly I pleasant 1 stomach disease Large Hen the C clime different el see sad Muss a sisaW gas GO TO HENRY DUNCANS on Richmond street for Jars lair Twfc WilJtass Sfcaveiag SOAR Honing Razors a Speciilty 25 years of experience Office Hours Office over 8 a m to 12 1 p m to 4 Store DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky H J County Surveyor PHONE 329J Office over F G Harts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky Ed C Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER w T KENTUCKY LOWELL KENTUCKY- Get him to cry your sales Best of 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