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Frorr Tlie Laid of Now THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT Front The Land ofNino TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 17 191O j NUMBER to 0 01 d- i m Mr Farmer We have one of the best CULTIVATORS on the market No trouble to 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 See our Wire Fence Lancaster Ky i r 1 ICONN BROTHERS I I ii t ixx3xaYC H a Explain r c f- lr I r 4 1 fl 1 M YOU CAN TEST OUR LUMBERa- ny way please It will stand it splendidly I 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 III 11 you I I I Ill ginning as well as in the end And our lumber decidedly comes up to quality called best Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Itl II Iii III I I I t i lifts On the next STUDEBAKER Wagon you pass on the roadW- hy areat they split and cracked like the ordinary wagon Because the ordinary wagon hub is made from oak a wood that splits and tracks very easily while wagOII tubs are made from Black Bcft a springy tough wood chemically treated with great weather resisting qualities Western buck is used by sprite manufacturers but it is even poorer than oak It is fcwAy and will not the strain StafeUker hubs cost more than any other hab on the market but they at troager and wear longer Amother reason why you should bay a Studebaker from J R MOUNT lena 1 A l v i Little Oliver Price Bush son of Rev 0 P Busb is recovering from a spell of sicknes morning between hotel and depot an open face gold watch Elgin movements If found return to this office and receive re ward A nice 83 acre farm all in grass well watered with modern four room three miles from town Wil raise tobacco or hemp Apply at this office Sale of Property Hughes Swinebroad sold for Mrs E J Mason the old Mason Hotel on Stanford street to Mr R E McRob erts for 450000 To Nominate Congressman The republicans will nominate a Congressman in this district on 9th in Danville Ky There are several candidates in Contemplation False Report Our friend Mr George Kelly of Marksbury tells us that there is no truth In the report that he found a box containing gold money while div ing in Dlx river near Kings mill W F Champ as Executor of the will of Emma Gregory sold the farm belonging to the estate to J W Hill of McCreary The farm lies on the tall Lick turnpike and contains 243 acres It is one of the best farms in that part of the county AndrldgeWard Earle Richard Ward formerly of this place now of Cincinnati was married last Wednesday to Miss Ma bel at the Sinton Hotel in Cincinnati The groom is a most es timable young man and is a son of Mr and Mrs Richard Ward who residents of Lancaster for some 12 or 15 years The bride is the at tractive young daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Andridge of the Queen City Congratulations are extended the former Lancastrian Big Fish Mr J F who lives near the Kentucky river brought a 25 pound cat fish to town last Saturday which he caught himself This was the larg est fish caught near here for some lime He sold it for three dollars Mr Stone is a good fisherman and can nearly always furnish you with fresh river fish when you are in his neighborhood On July 4th he will give a big fish dinner at the mouth of Sugar Creek and has prepared an in teresting program for all who attend Richmond People to Take Local Op tion Vote On June 6th four hundred and six voters of Richmond filed a petition in the Madison county court asking Judge Shackelford to make an order on Ins order book authorizing and di recting a local option election to be held on Aug 11th 1910 About one half of the petitioners are negroes and part of them could not write their name The good peo ple at Richmond will have no trouble in defeating the whiskey men Change In Drug Firm It gives us much pleasure to an nounce to the public that Mr R W McRoberts has purchased an interest in the drug store of his father Mr R E McRoberts For the past six years lie has worked in the store in which time he has thoroughly learned the business and his courtesy and strict attention to business has made him very popular among the people of Lan caster and Garrard county He en ters a business already established by his father who by his fair dealings and thoroughness has always commanded a large per cent of the drug business from this county We feel sure that by the new interest of such a capable young man the new firm will continue to prosper and that their business will increase as the years roll by The style of the new firm will be R E McRoberts Son Automobile Tournament The members of the Blue Grass Mo tor Club are completing plans for the Central Kentucky Automobile Tour nament to be held June 30 This will be of far more interest to the owners and dealers of automobiles in Central Kentucky than the Glidden Tour and will have fully twice as many entries almost a hav ing already signified their intention of entering the contest The tour will start in Lexington and will go thence through Lancaster Danville Harrodsburg Brooklyn Bridge Versailles Frank fort Georgetown and Paris backto Lexington It will be a run of one hundred ahd sixty miles and is the same route that was laid out and to toe Glidden pathfinder and by the of the Glidden tourThe route mapped out is one of the most that could be secured anywhere and will be run unaer the rigid rules There will be three tro phies given in the the of which will be an elegant loving for any car making a perfect As yet no one from Lancaster has entered however L Gill will probably be in with LostTuesday For Sale Andridge were Stone contest Core dwelling 3 August hundred Richmond proposed rejected officials beautiful most handsome finest pup the bunch f Mr J E Robinson sold his farm of 140 acres near Bryantsville to Mr G W Callebs for 7000 Central Record office and Carey home gold watch with name Annie Mullins engraved in case Reward returned to this office Hon Wm O Head Mayor of Louis ville announced Tuesday that he would be a candidate for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic party Independence Day Celebration Monday July 4 1910 at Sycamore Lodge mouth Sugar creek Kentucky river Garrard connty Land of Now Big Fish Fry turtle soup a specialty etc Old Soldiers Parade Oratory Brass Band String Band MerryGoRound Childrens Parade Song My Country tis of Thee by one of Lexingtons best vocalists- I have secured the services of a High Diver and water walker He will leap headover from the top of a tall tree overhanging the cliff into the air into water below Dont fail to see this marvelous and dare devil performance Remember the date July 4 Syca more Lodge Sugar Creek Kentucky River Garrard county Postal Card A twobyoneandahalffoob pos tal card plastered over with red hearts and winged cupids delivered to a demure looking couple in a corner of the big dining room at the Sinton yesterday noon informed the large crowd of diners there that the recipi ents who had been looking as matter offact as possible were bride and groom The two were Clay Sutton farmer Lancaster Ky and his wife of but half an hour Their faces turn ed the color of the hearts The had taken place at high noon in a private parlor of the hotel The tender postalcard greeting had been sent by admiring friends from Suttons home and its arrival had been exactly timed On the back of the huge postal were clippings from newspapers reading Two hearts that beat as one Love in a flit Hints for brides and grooms and many more Rev E L Andrews Covington performed the ceremony Two sisters of the bride who was Miss Altie Marksbury of Lancaster were present with their husbands They are Mrs A H Rice Richmond Ind and Mrs Dr J M Staugh ton Covington Ky I am a captain of the agricultural industry said Sutton explaining his business Miss Marksbury was her sister in Richmond and we to meet in Cincinnati and get married here Cincinnati Enquire Council Meeting The City Council met Tuesday night and passed the cement walk or dinance It will be published in next weeks issue On being asked about the enforce ment of the concrete ordinance City Attorney L L Walker made the statement on behalf of the City Council There is no doubt that the City Council has full and complete power to require property owners to con struct concrete pavements The Court of Appeals has decided that the City Council is the sole judge of the necessity of the pavement and of the kind and character that should be built It is time that Lancaster should begin to put down concrete yet there is no disposition on the part of the City Council or any of the city officers to force anyone to make these pavements unless it becomes abso lutely necessary in order to get them It is hoped that our citizens and prop erty owners will realzs the benefit of such improvements and make them voluntarily There is no doubt that they will enhance the value of the property five or ten times as much as the cost of the pavements Anyone can see the great advantage by in specting the pavements recently put down on Richmond street and how much the appearance of the homes there are improved bY the con struction of these uptodate side walks Eyery adjoining town and in fact almost every town in the State has put them iu We should not de lay any longer but our citizens should do this improving voluntarily and not put the city to the trouble and an noyance of requiring it to be done I think they should first be around the Square as this is a place that used by everybody that comes to Lancaster and any im made on the Public Square is a benefit ball of our people both in the town and in county as well as those who visit us from the outside The City Council expects to fix up the Square this Fall and put it in as good condition as our limited means will permit I know the public will the fact the town has been to a great expense in erecting and maintaining our water works sys tem but we are saving every ceet pos sible and hope in future to fix the streets in good condition as well as to of the new streets We trust that the accept the conditions u they should and will all joi in undertak ingtoImprove little city and with good streets good sidewalks and good schools we will advance along and uptodate towns work begin H soon as possible LostBetween Mullins 100 ft II observe constructed Is provemene appreciate macadamizesome people r 0 Bur oo ceremony visiting decided following Public the that the near up all will our other prosperous Let J Cracks At Creation Did you know fThat if you frame your mind to mirth and merriment you will bar a thousand harms and lengthen life That is what the bard of Avon said and he seemed to have had a rare in sight into human nature That hoping these Cracks at Crea portrayal of the humorous side of life at the capital of Garrard sometimes true and sometimes may awaken latent humor and thereby lengthen life the owners of names give their permission for them to be used feeling if you can really see the joke that 85 will finally seem so young in Lancaster we will tie white crepe on the door and put a lamb on the tombstone of a person who dies at that age That always there are those who howl calamity from the housetops we heard a man say the other day that Lancaster had been visited by cholera twice and how she would escape this summer with its stagnant water muddy streets pigpens and the like he didnt know That when a man is all in he is still several dollars out That two men of our town were kidnapped not long since They were enticed into a devil wagon and be fore they realized what had happened they were in Danville where they telephoned to their respective homes the following old oaken ironbound mosscovered message dont wait supper unavoidably detained One wifes reply was get off something new Adam snt that message to Eve in the Garden of Eden That you can fool some of the all the time and all of them some of the time but you cant fool your wife any time That it is funny when we stop to think about it how much we talk about the weather That the sun would shine into the hearts of a great many if they would only raise the curtain and give it a chanceThat Robt G Cousins U S con gressman from Iowa has written a timely article against The Charging Monster of the Public Road Shall the people be driven from their own highways is the question he aptly asksThat every true lover of the in fact every law abiding citi zen of the U S whether he be an automobilist or not will agree witi Mr Cousins that the speed violator should be punished That the speed mania seems to have become a prevalent disease not a microbe or germ disease but a mala dy made up of selfishness and devil mentThat if we were all of one accord and would put our shoulders to the wheel we could make old Lancaster what she should be That Richmond street has her looks and value 25 cents by the concrete That we need to tear some fences down some need painting and some need whitewashing That if every ciizen had the civic pride he should have we would have a beautiful town That Sam Denny is the intrepid hero of thousands of engagements with ladies and photographers He always faces the enemy unflinchingly whether intrenched in strong fortifi cations or behind formidable cameras We have a few photos on hand we will give each new subscriber to the CKNTKAL RKCOIID That Billy Burton says he is going to the country for a visit where they use Ballards flour That Dave Thomas is singing 11 Alexander dont you love your baby no more That some young ladies have made up a song on our friend Jake Robin son and we are thinking of getting oat an extra edition in which to put lish That Tom Wilson will be here with the fair before long That the only man whose life was perfect was my wifes first husband and her third husband promises to be a close second That Noah had Alex Walker skin ned a block when he lit a candle for he made the first Arklight and he could see by it too That we heard a young man Whats this dull town to me is not here You can supply the blank to suit yourself That we are going to have red lemonade yellow lemonade cocacola and pop at the fair and anyone with injured feelings can bathe them at these thirst parlors and forget all about it If that doesnt help you repair to the many good dinners on the grounds Owing to the large amount of work being done Dr Wyman will continue his price for a few days longer Honest work at Honest prices Gold crowns t4 to 5 Bridge work W to o Alloy fillings 1 Gold fillings 91 and up Silver fillings 50c Set of teeth 95 and up Alt work done absolutely pain and Satisfaction guar Dr Wyman The painless Ofice at Nissan Hotel Lancaster tiona people automobile or30 it whistling Teeth ante Del tlt ti otherwise increased walks without kity r GULTIVftTORS THAT CULTIVATES THE J 33S aCCeS333C83CeC8 3K Genuine Double Shovel Plows HASELDEN BROS XV1 I o i I I DROWN i i i i i I I S S S1 S S 0 H tl t53 BC ZrMANLYIt Malta cztr But a single visit to this store will do more to convince you of the superiorly of our Clothing I and Shoes than all the talking we could do in a whole week We on Deeds Not Words Make Us Loyal Friends j That is we do the deeds and let our friends make do the talking in our behalf Ask any who tried our Clothing and Shoes and if you go by what they say you will come here the next time you either White Elephant Store OUR MOTTO Same Identical Goods for Less Money More of Same Goods for Same Money Iii WB Caula Argue All Day II ill iii 11 we byII Ideeds I I III require I I t I I eJ 11 ITo J Ll 1wVM eo I Now our chance to buy I and they II be sold theY are all gone S IW J Romans r is I BUGGIES CHEAP am over stoked must Come before V CENTRAL RECORD IXCOUrOUATKU i ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR From We Land Of 2ow GREEN CLAY WALKER Entered at the Pest Offlcr in Lancaster StcondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association- and District Publishers League Lancaster Ky June 17 131O Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offlces 6 500 Offices 1000 Fr State and District Oiliccs 15 Of For Calls per line 1C For Girds per line 10 For all pubSicat Ins in of individuals or expression of individual views per line 1C Obituaries per line OS DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS Harvev Helm o Litscoln County The First Victory At the recent municipal election in Milwaukee Wis the Myor ann z majority of the council elected were candidates upon the Socialists ticket Milwaukee is a prosperous and pro gressive city with a ropuiition oi inure fian 300OGO For the first time in the United bttis lias the Socialist party been successful to the extent oJ being iu entire control of a city gov ernment Judfiisg the polls lit this city in past State and national elections a large majority of the vo ters are either Democrats or Republi cans Notwithstanding this io sounds of alarm or notes of warning have been heard from any source cot cerning the unusual and unprccented actijn of the electors of lint city un til the recent speech of President Taft in which he declared that tfce fight against Socialism would be oru of the paramount i sues of lican party in future this evidently being suggested ti him at this time by reason of the S ciilbt victory in Mlwaukee Wt think the President either takes the matter too seriously or is looking fo campaign thunder to hide some of 1m mistakes such as the Balli er trot hIe After the ns of Milwaukee have had an opportunity for rellectioi over the results of the and foi sober second thought all seem quite content to try the Socialises for r term Heretofore when the peop have grown tired of the misdoings ot one of the old parties they have to the other with hope for relief but in this iustince they deserted both and despairing of all hope iu getting relief front either or wuutini to try something new gave over city to the Socialist party It is quite true that little harm can be dune bj the Socialist administration of that city because the officers are oath to discharge their duties and to enforce and administer the laws enacted the laws being made by one or both of the old parties If the Socialist officers fail duty they are subject to impeachment The most pernicious effect that we ob iu the election in Milwaukee is in the encouragement given the So cialist party by this victory But the question comes tj evey thinking why did the people select a party holding such unpopular principles as the Socialist Most municipal gov ernments in the larger cities of the United States are managed primarily for the benefit of the party in power and secondly for the Organized that large campaign funds to the political treasury to the election aud sometimes large coutiibutions to the city counci after the election For illustration we may mention San Francisco St Louis Pittsburg and Philadelphia We think the greatest danger of a growth of Socialism will bt caused not by the advocacy of tb principles of that party to the people but by suffering the two old parties dominated and controlled both hi State and national matters by the trust and organized interest Foi many years these interests have vir tually controlled the Republican ty and the most effective way for President to retard the spread of Sc cialism is to relieve his party from the pernicious grip of the trust and then convince the people of Socialistic that be has been successful ii doing it Thousands Going To See has taken place in Kentucky in recent years has aroused near the interest that Is being mani tested in The Times Aviation Meet that is to be held in Louisville at Churchill Downs on June 18 and 19 and recent achievements in aeronau tics have served to create an intense desire on the part of every person both old and young to see aeroplanes actionThe remarkable flight of Glenn H Curtiss who flew 150 miles from Albany to New York and the previous performance of Louis Paul ban the Frencnman who flew from London to Manchester in England are still fresh in the public mind and as Curtiss beads a team of aviators to appear at TheTimes Meet will journey from all parts of the State to see this wonderful birdman duplicate some of his remarkable featsBesides Curtlse will be Charles K Hamilton who has entered for the I U at Eighth Fur Countv the interest the Repul tile statement sit z elect Lm heretofore tJ do serve person Interest contribute previous continued the tendencies Aero lanes NutninB that thousands Ed tar 6y tout toured the and the p i v Fi n c i e1 i ache 30000 prize flight from New York to Chicago C J Mars who also will try for the handsome purse Horace B Wile who is to essay a flight from Chicago to Louisville by aeroplane and Carl Bates who is also a daring skypilot Every railroad in Kentucky and Southern Indiana has made reduced rates for the two days of the meet and ticket will be good returning on the Monday following In addition many railroads will run special excur trains to Louisville for this oc casion un which the fares will be re aiarkably low Every indication say railroad officials is for the largest crowds on June 18 and 10 that have ever o en iu Louisville The aviators obtained by The Times lave already pruned their meal and the meet promises in every way to out class any usher given in the Unt States The Times is spending thou sands of dollars to bring those Dirt men to Louisville and the entrpiise Joubtless will prove to thousands of persons all over the State few of whom have ever seen an icroplane in action Thus its val ucvill make it well the time of everybody who withes keep abreast of the times Sunday School Association The Garrard County Sunday School VssociaUin In Irl its annual convene ion at the Presbyterian this city on Saturday June hilt and a large crowd from this and counties attended Following was the program flOO Devotional Service Eld F M Tinder 1015 Reading minutesof ion report of secretary of schools 1035 Report of work of advanced grades 1120 Foundations and essentials of tit successful Sunday School work Rev Geo A Joplin 1150 Appointment of Committees Announcements and unfinished busi ness INTERMISSION 130 Devotional Service Rev O P Hush lay Advantage of Teachers Meetings Eld F M Tinder 200 Reaching Men through the Sun Jay School Rev O P Bush 215 Tardiness and irregular attend ance Cause Result Cure Mrs J J Dickey 240 Offering 250 The Sunday School Eid D M Walker 329 The Sunday School of the world Rev Geo A Joplin 345 Report of Committee Mr Luther Guthrie of Beaufort N C spent money freely in employing doctors to cure his wife from continual headache He writes One bottle of Cardui did my wife more good than she has taken for ten years past She had suffered with headache for ten years and I had spent 30000 for doctors bills for her but noth ing did her any good She has taken two bottles of Cardui and it has done her two thousand dollars 2000 worth of good Just as long as it is made I shall have Cardui in my home For all forms of female pain like headache side ache pain in limbs dizzy feelings dragging down sensations etc Cardui has been found to be an effectual remedy Dont wait till you are all run down Try Cardui at once Sold everywhere E46 YODU IN THIS COLUMN Cash paid for 10Gfcasb Wards B L Elk in T L lagan at Curreys Try one pound roasted coffee J Zimmer pine apple f tf fresh Li Hagan ables w Fresh Lowneys 34tf i Zimmers line Buy your chic place Just received a china at Curreys choice assortment of me in and get a j 1 I ion attract ive educational t cHurch in I last cunve 200000 TakeCARDUI Of U Currey has every te at Curreys U wM I I I i wort adjoin ii enr llme 6lr anything FIND IT ue s at W dtfCrcq Sell yourbsc i t ey g I am stand g y Jersey bull fo Nobody se s gs BourbonSanto coffee but Ra Fresh gr a es at 1 est price Just opened hr hut of Lowneq Candy tt it Try a can of wa 1 n y Clay kin o fresh vet j tf y PhoneO9for n h gin the grocery Lee T er 244f n r Medicated MuflKeneed at Wards brand of flour TJejr Turner 24tf Come to tBe Saturday af ternoon at SiucXicki to be held in the park by the If you Ufa 41 4t Geo Baker Lancaster Ky ty Best rt- phcnc 16 J H Baldwin Danville Ky 4228r pd- T No Colored Fair i Some in cost of tjrounds compels u to cancel Fair for 1JIO president James B WilJums secty All persons 1 the otale of will present sa my attorney J caster Ky claims against y properly proven to E Robinson at Lan Mrs O T Wallace ExecutrsstrSx CARD GO TO HENRY DUNCANS- Brber Shop on Richmond street fort Japs Hair Tonic Williams Shaveing SOAP Honing Razors a Specialty 25 years of experience Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY 8am to 12 1 p in to 4 Stormes Drug Store ume Co DENTIST Lancaster Ky Jersey Bull Henry Simpson IWZf Season 1910 J W S E Y c I am ru nth n Employment office hand telephonee ctic avi I 0 T Wallace deceased- h Jr JV INSURANCE Omce Hours Office over B F WEE N i z We handle he i us Red Cross Highest ar t price paid for cnun try produce ce R Tu rer 24It Pie ale ptis id Society need meat House m vng an tising a special ereu s Box 403 Tele far ancaster misu derst ding Gco oran aaooooow o000000oooooaaooooaoo boeaooeooocacooaodeooonooooo000000 WALTER J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fe W Faulkner jVlgr COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Br Kings New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOR OB MONEY REFUNDED R E McRoherts Drug Store KILL THE FOR OLDS TrIal Free OU Bottle Coal FOR SALE Chap For Cash or Produce Fresh Clean Eggs 1 6to 1 6ic Hens I I to 1 2c Ducks 10 to irats Geese 4 to 5cts Turkeys 10 to i2cts Just received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot H BNorllicntt l y j L FARMS FOR SALE- BY W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky 100 icres in 3 miles of Danville on pike handsomely improved and fine land nearly all in grass at 105 an acre 560 acres in 6 miles of Harrodsburg on pike 200 acres level land remain der is rolling and in grass has 3 houses fine stock farm also producing fine grain At 35 an acre 160 acres just outside of Harrods burg Finely improved and good land and at 110 an acre 200 acres tine well laying farm near Ry station on pike and near village and in 0 miles cf Harrodsburg new barn G room house 100 acres fine tobacco land at 37 an acre 313 act es tine farm on Salt river being largely tine bottom handsome brick house two stock barns new ten acre tobacco barn tenant houses and at 78 an acre Is in 5 miles of Har rodsburg and 1 miles Ry station Is nearly all in grass 203 acres on pike 3 miles of Harrods burg nice residence at pike large barn and many acres fine new land in grass at 75 an acre 247 acres in 7 miles of Harrodsburg village in of Burgin lays lure and grows any crop has tbacco barn but no house at 6750 an acre and a bargain 150 acres fine well laying farm at Shakertown 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 385 acres near Burgin splendidly im proved has a brick residence that cost over 12000 has three tob cco barns and other buildings lays fine and grows large crops of anything grown in this section at 130 an acre within 8 miles of Danville i 216 acres well laying land on pike in 2 of in Mercer county i has 6 room hquse tfarn and other buildings mostly in and 8000 buys it 1 353 acres pike miles Harrods burg fine well farm and finest of soil haSj nce residence tobacco barn and othrer buildings This is an ideal farmland at 110 an acre f Mpund City Paints may cost a trifle but C C J Stormes t I I tobacco I at 5 miles I miles station n II I E grays la frig more DEPARTMENT A Corner of Satisfaction Contains About Everything that appeals to the Tasty and Discriminating Come to us for suggestions Let our ex perienced drapers do the work and give to the Old an air of style and dignity heretofore unknown The Curtains and Draperies offered are spic and span crisp and fresh everything in your favor Prices speak for themselves Lace Curtains30 Pairs Nottingham Curtains value 15 Pairs Nottingham Curtains value 14 Pairs Nottingham Curtains value 12 Pairs Braided Curtains value 12 Pairs Braided Curtains value 22 Pairs Braided Curtians value 2 Pairs Real Arabian Curtain value 7 Pairs Irish Point Curtains value ii Pairs Brussels Curtains value 200 price price ioo price 4oo price 650 price 1000 price N ijtoo price Ooo price 600 price COLONIAL CASEMENT DRAPERIES 36 inch cross striped Madrasvalue 5Oc price 35c 50 inch Scotch Madras value r 23 for 850 36 inch Art Tickings value 3oc price 27 j c 36 inch Silkaline value i2cprice roc Fancy China Siiks value j5c and Soc per yard price Fancy Nets and Scrims from 20C to Soc per yard For Summer Comforts on the Poarch use Vudor Ham mocks and shades C F BEOWEE CO Carpets Furniture Wall Goods Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY o LLnL Browers DRAPERY house keepers t I 200 I 3 u 335 350 u 575 r Soo u 9 10 525 475 Soc of I Homed 1 ao 290- U Paper Draperies PicturesArt Having installed a new and upto date ELECTRIC MOTOR PLANING MILL with 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 JV al c c 3 V When you think of building see the Danville Lumber 4 Coo Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY f Estimates Promptly Furnished t Man i t I I iNN O O ON v HA-I I I 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 the famous makes Store l I including Globe Wernicke Sectional BookCases Hoosiep Kitchen Cabinets Baldwin Pianos and Organs Karpen Leather Goods Smiths Rugs and Carpets Edison Phonographs I II Ostermoor Mattresses Rudolph Wurlitzer Musical Instre- inents Simmons Brass and lion Beds Wagners GoCarts and others famous makes r Come In We wilT be glad to show you as we are convinced we have some thing you want at prices and terms that will please V G HURTLancaster Kentucky Everything the II l i l i o ar Ji4 f V p 1 1 f 1 f L for Home r1 f 4 j Best Apron hams 56 L3 Gin j I I I T 1 1 1 1 lit 10 I11I I II I 1 loII1111I111II11111111111 I 111Ill I4i IIU 1LT 1 Extra Good Crash Yowling 56 Beginning Tuesday June 14 and continuing until July 1 st we will offer absolutely everything except a few restricted price articles in our big stock at very decided reductions for CASH This is a genuine MoneySaving Event as you select just what you want and get it at reduced price And you can make your selection from the largest and best stock of Garments and Dry Goods in Central Kentucky We the sale over two weeks so that all our trade can have a chance but we advise you to come early as many lines will be closed out quick Terms of Cash No Goods Laid Aside or Sent on Approval 1 JUNE 14th to JULY 1st r J extend E SaleS ofp Wash Goods Bargains 90 Choice of all Bates Toile A F C Dress Ginghams One hundred styles to select from Sc Colored Madras Shirtings best roc quality fine selection 92 Choice of all isjac Cambrics and Percales roc Galatea Cloth usually sold at 15C 12C Choice of Auchtehratighty Suitings was 150 French Crash 36 190 Printed Shirting Madras wast i5c and French Galatea Cloth was iSc iSc 48inch French Lina An excellent imitation of finest French Linen reduced from zgc- jgc Choice of a big assorted lot of Colored Dress Linens consisting mercerized plain and fancy Austrian Ramie Linen Irish Linens and German Linens in plain and fancy Prices have been 30c 4oc and 5oc yard i9c Horrockses genuine English Resp Always sold at 25C i2j c Choice of any printed Flaxon Lawns reduced from 150 and 18 c Household Linens- We offer at reduced prices our entire line of Table Linens Napkins Towels Table Cloths Fancy Linens Hucks Crashesetc Look over your supply and take advantage of this chance We men tion a few items as examples 490 70 inch Union Damask in beautiful quality and patterns Cannot be had under foc 98c Very handsome quality of 72 inch German Table Linen was 125 170 Fine quality pure Linen German Damask Napkins in large size reduced from 250 Sc Bleached Huck Towels size 19 by 40 inches Sc Bleached Turkish Towels 17 by 36 inches 12C Bleached and hemmed Turkish Towels 19 b 40 inches 9ac For pr of Embroidered Pillow Cases reduced from 125 8c Heavy pure Linen Crash Toweling reduced from IOC 6 Handsome Linen Table Cloths 2j yards wide and 3 yards long was 750 du Nordand inchwas anywhere z Tailored Suits One Hundred New Suits to Select From and Notice Prices 750 Choice of any wool Suit that was 15 9 5 Choice of any wool Suit that was sold at 1800 loooChoice of any wool Suit that sold at 20 1 125 Choice fine Worsted Suits that sold at 2250 1500 Choice of finest Tailored Suits that sold at 30 Linen Tailored Suits 295 Tailored Suits made of pure natural Linen were 5 495 Linen Coat Suits in white and colors were 750 775 Choice of any Linen Coat Suit that was 1250 995 Choice of highest grade Linen Coat Suits were 1750 Linen Dresses We have left a number of our very choicest styles of Linen Dresses and offer them as follows viz 495 Choice of Linen Dresses that sold at 750 675 Choice of white and colored Linen Dresses sold at 1 156 Choice of all our regular 20 Linen Dresses Thin White Dresses 175 Neatly made White Dresses that were cheap at 250 590 Choice of any White Dresses that were 85o 995 Choice of any White Dress that was 15 1500 Choice of finest White Dresses that were 25 Silk Dresses 8 90 Choice of all Silk Dresses that were sold at 1500 1150 Choice of any Silk Dress that was 20 1750 Choice of any Silk Dress that was 30 875 Silk Evening Dresses that 15 1750 Chiffon and Satin Evening Dresses that were 30 Skirts 295 All Wool Panama Skirts that sold at 5 Choice of any Serge or Panama Skirt that was 65o 750 Newest Pleated Skirts made of genuine Altman Voile with the Altman label on each Skirt 1 50 Silk Waists K50 We offer about 5o Shirt Waists made in latest style of Seco Silk in black white and all colors at 150 each Lowest price ever named for such garments Come early to get your size 1175 soldat 375 lOc inch White Union Irish Linen lOc9d Thirtyfour 9d i CURTAINS and UPHOLSTERY 59c Plaid Swiss Eu filed Curtains reduced from 90c 95c Ruffled Swiss Curtains with applique designs were 95c Curtains made of new ecru Mission Nets full size were 125 8150 Extra choice styles Mission Net Curtains were 200 375 Colored Madras Curtains reduced from 600 650 Fancy all Silk Curtains reduced from 10 These prices will give you an idea of the reductions to be made on all ready made Curtains during this sale Special prices will be made on every piece of Curtain Net Swisses Scrims Cretonnes Etc 150 I LADIES FURNISHINGS We will offer Special Reductions on everything in Ladies FurniShings such as Neckwear Kid and Silk Gloves Redfern Gossard and War ners Corsets Fine assortment of all these to select from a 1 Princesse Slips g5c Princesse Slips of checked Muslin were cheap at 125 Princesse Slips made of Mercerized Batiste were 3 White Skirts 7 c White Linene Skirts well made good styles were 125 135 White Linene Skirts that we sold at 2 White Goods Right now when you need White Goods most we offer our line ofplain and fancy White Goods at decided reductions We can mention only a few but all are reduced tic Flaxon 36 inches wide Looks like linen lawn Save 5c yard IOC Fine White Lawn 4o inches wide Real value roc 120 Pajama Checks or soft Check Nainsooks used for Underwear 35C Japsi Batiste a beautiful quality of yarn mercerized Batiste full 44 inches wide regular price ooc 35c Pure Linen CrossBarred Lawn 36 inches wide was ooc 165 2yard piece of 36 inch Snow Flake Nainsook regular price 2 120 10 yard piece of 4o inch Madiera Nainsook regular price c5o 8oc 4o inch White Crepe Marquisette for Waists reduced from r Special Values in White Piques now very much wanted for Skirts Sheets and Cottons During this sale we will offer special reductions on all kinds of Domestics Sheets Pillow Cases either readymade or by the yard 55c Full Bleached readymade Sheets 81x90 inches hemmed ready for use reduced from 7oc 12C Ready made hemstitched Pillow Cases sell at i5c Hope Bleached Cottons 7c 36 inch Soft Finish Bleached Cotton Summer Underwear 7 j e Ladies Summer Vests pure white full sizes and taped neck and arms Our best roc qualities nc Ladies Summer Vests with silk tapes The most sightly Vests we have had at 150 Every kind of Summer Underwear including the celebrated Munsing line of Union Suits for Men Women and Children will be sold at reduced prices for this sale Come in and select any you like 225 was IDe 8j3c entire Fine wavy Hair Coronet Braids thirty six inches Reduced fiom 4002 95 42 95long SILKS We will for this sale offer very decided reductions on every piece of Silk Jn our stock All kinds of black Silks Plain Colored Silks and all kinds of Dress Goods 29c 27 inch printed Japutai Silks Sold at 50c 49s choiceof any all Silk Foulards that sold at 75c and 85c printed Plisse Silks in white blue and pink were SOc few pieces Imp Rajab Silks were 50c inch pure Silk Torah Cloth in all colors were 72c 85c Genuine Mirage Silks in black tan blue gray were 135 offer choice of a big lot of Remnants of all kinds of Silk at exactly onebalf former prices 19cGold 25cA 59c27 RemnantsWe SILVER and CUT GLASS We carry an immense assortment of the finest Sterling Silver Tableware of all kinds and only the best makes Al so Solid and Plated Holloware and 1847 Rogers Plated Forks Spoons and Knives We are exclusive agents Hoare Cos Cut Glass All of these lines will be reduced for this Silver forJobn sale 8s HOUSE DRESSES 95c House Dresses made of finest Shirting Prints were i 25 120 Dresses of light weight Cambrics 150 dresses made of genuine Bates Seersuckers and Percales reduced from 200 All of these Dresses are well made good styles and perfect fitting and as you will note prices about cost of making made 160House were are WHITE SHIRT WAISTS4- 5c Two excellent styles Tailored Lawn Shirt Waists reduced from 65c 55c Tailored Lawn Waists reduced from 75c 85c Choice of any Waists including all linen that sold at 8LOO- 95c Choice of any Waists that we sold at 125 120 Choice of all Waists that we sold at 150 150 Choice of all 200 Waists 1 85 Choice of any Waist that we sold at 250 Prices for This sale Only I EMBROIDERIES Thousands of yards of New Em broideries of every kind will be in the sale A few fulllength Skirt Flounces and DemiFlounces in fine Swiss Emb at prices of ordinary kinds Allover Embroideries in Swiss Baby Irish and Batiste and a handsome of Bands All of these as well as the entire line of staple Edgess and Insertion will be decidedly under price during This sale I offered assortment offered WHITE LINENS 48 inch French Dress Um en was 65c Linen Lawns were 50c inch Irish Linenpure Lines inch Pure Linea Sheeting 100 inch CrossBarred Pure Ltoea Lawn was bile Hock for embroidered was 40c 39cFinest 39cSbeer 22ic36 was 30e 85c90 WM 35c36 32cFine r Towels D AN VlLrlrJB i x I iJ F A B ROBERTSON BROSKhNTUCkYw 4 T t Ta ax xnF WORDS TO THE USE Our bank make no investnnn s without ample security we cant afford to tale i i ks mnderae sure profis are for better than lirce dividends with possible Joss of principal Reliability honest methods fair rates of interest and co vervative protection make shi bank rank high Glad to tell you moreif you will ask anyone hre GABBARD RANK TRUST COMPANY I I sQ g r- na CDs 0 asUJ U 0x 0m 4- in 4 THE Notional Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DEIS IF Resident J E STORMES Vice Pre t S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Assfc Cashr R T Erabry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamM D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormw S C Dennv J L Gill W I Williams rMr nIJ Get The Best Of The Bargain You CD CJ- Jto 0 cUJ CD UJ r oI t1k when you buy our Flour at out price Judging by 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 comparison JA n VWWVVtflLAW No More Gray Heads in Omaha One firm of retail druggists in Omaha recently bought a car load of QBan Hair Restorer and QBan Hair Tonic to fill the demand in the metropolis for these wonderful preparationsJohn Omaha writes I have used O8aa Hair only two weeks and the gray hairs A had lave resumed theirnatural color DR NOTTS Nebraska slonr for Is sold under the distinct guarantee that if it does not do the same for you as for Mr Berkholtz after using 6 bottles your money will be refunded by the dmggist from whom you buy it QBAN HAIR RESTORER is positively not a dye Its marvelous effects are due to the way it rejuvenates and energizes the dormant hair cells thus inducing normal quantity and distribution of the natural pigment QBAN HAIR TONIC is also sold under a guarantee to stop hair make thin scraggly hair luxuriant and lustrous and cure dandruff and other scalp troubles Its persistent use increases the length of tile hair at least 3 inches per year FriceSlit perbottle Ackrlfce R E McRoberts caPital and Surplus 2600000 OUR MOTTO Promptness Vigilance and PEOPLES BANK LICK OFFICERS L Wood President W C Fish Vice President W G temper Cashier O U Terrill Asst Cashier DIRECTORS Marion Coy R L Arnold J B Woods R G Gnyn J S Burrows W C Wynn E L Woods W C Fish J J WALKKK President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TI2ENS NATIONAL BANK 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HuD Oir Cishlcr JT O IMMBY AsitCashr c D WAJUTJBS Bookkeeper J J WALKER JK Asst BookKeeper siiess Solicited Profipt Careful Attention I DIRECTORS k RF Hudson TL M AnoU Alex GIbbs Lewis L Walker tmtm Sold by 1 I I I PAINT I E n Ol WOSTR KY CAPITAL r J 8Johnson back falling tarLeajaat and J J Walker C A Arnold f r n Wy INDEPENDENTS IN MADISON COUNTY POOLING TOBACCO Three Hundred Acres in the Paint Lick Vicinity Are Pledged By Men Here tofore Outsider BUYER OF AMERICAN ADDS HIS OWN CROP Bradley Wilson Will Push the Cam PaIgn This Week Among the Growers Special to THE RECORD Paint Lick Ky June rous ing j int meeting in behalf of Mtdison and Garrard county tobacco growers was held here last evening in the in terest of the Burley Tobacco Society pool A large number of farmers was in attendance The meet ing was call ed to order by Dr Amon of and was over by Dr Amon and Mr Jesse Cobb of Rich mond representing Madison county Mr Bradley Wilson manager of the pooling campaign in this district was the piiicip speaker In a clear and tL quent address he oulliued the pooling proposi tionTHREE HUNDRED ACRES PLEDGED About three hundred acres of to bacco was pledged by independent growers who had never before been members of the pool composing many of the largest growers ot Burley to bacco of this section So apparent was the pooling senti ment that Mr R N Beasley a buyer for the American Tobacco Company and a man who has effectively fought the pool for the past several years saidIt is so plain to me that in this section is in favor of the pool this year that I am going to follow my neighborsMr pooled his crop of about fifteen acres and also took the book and agreed to induce all he could to sign Mr Beasley was of the opinion that at least one thousand acres would be pledged Immediately in the vicioitj of Paint Lick During the meeting M Wilsen pledged the organization t build a receiving house at Paint large enough to accomodate all bacco pooled and delivered at this jjint OTHER 3IEETIMGS SCHEDULED After the meeting in an interview Mr Wilson said I am firmly of the opinion that enough tobacco will be pooled in a few days to justify the erection of a re ceiving house at this point The adjourned amid good feeig acd enthusiasm and with the understanding that anoeher meeting would be held here Saturday June 25 at 2 oclock and at Lancaster Monday June 27 at 130 oclock Mr Willson will continue the cam paign throughout Madison county this week holding school house the various tobacco districts after which he will go to Lancaster and make a complete canvass of Garrard county addressing the growers in ev ery precinct in the county CAKTEIiSYILLE Dr and Mr G S Red wine were the guests of Mr and Mrs Gathlifi Smith Sunday Miss Pauline Roop is is visting at Silver Creek this week Mrs Annie Pitts and family of Be rea were visiting relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Audrey Carter got his arm bad ly sprained last Saturday whiie play baseballMiss Joseph and sister of Miirksbury were guests of Miss Flos sie Smith Tuesday night Mr and Mrs Walker Bryant were the guests of Mr and Mrs J D Car ter Sunday Again the reaper whose name is Death entered our community and claimed our friend Mr John who had ill some time with that dreaded disease consump tion He leaves a wife and two child ren besides a host of friends to mourn his death PKEACHEKSV1LLE John B Anderson sold some corn to R G Pettees at 325 Mr Logan Thompson and wife were visiting Cephas Morgan at Point Lea venMr and Mrs John Bell were Boyle Mr Sam Tudor of Garrard visited Mr and Mrs S D Carpenter- Mr Cossie D Sutton and wife of Mount Vernon were visiting Logan Thompson and wife Mrs Phoebe Carpenter and son Woodson were in Madison last week attending the burial of a young child of Mr and MIS Howard Mrs Kate Wade of Corbin was visiting T W Payne and sister at TapphannaMr Pettus and wife of Springfield were visiting his mother Mrs Rebecca Pettus Mr John Cress and wife went up to Broadhead last to see Mrs J J Smith who is quite sick Mrs George B Colson la still quite ill Mrs J H Rigsby is very sicJr Miss Miranda White of Tqicbiv Ariz has been visiting the family foif of Mr and J 1B Mr P FCu iai a ilfto d 1 I I 12A I I forcible l everyone tt solicitors sick I meetings- in relat- ivE s r for visit- Ing week J I Lancaster pre ided thoroughly meeting Robinson been Alvin Jibs x AND Business Extension Sale A Sale Is Not To Make Money But To Make Friends The sole object of this sale is to induce men who have never worn Logans Clothing to try them at 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 you money We have tried to prove this in type but that is a difficult matter We can prove It to your own 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 that it will be like some one out to a word for our clothes t g rH 1r g 1t g g lf g 1f s1g E g g g 1f K X X Logans Friend Making i I I That I I themando willsave i i 1 a I r dd i 0P Sale Opens SATURDAY JUNE I 11th 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 I ments for your trade at least demands your investigation in justice to your own interest If You Demand Style To The Minute and Qualities That Are Right and yet dont want to pay a bit more than is absolutely necessary to secure these essentials LET LOGAN CLOTHE YOU I i o di Wear a Frat Suit this Summer and know the Best Clothes Satisfaction on Earth Mens 2500 and 2750 suits special price 2000Mens 2000 and 2250 suits special price 1700 Mens 1850 Suit special price 1450 Mens 1650 Suits special price 1300 Mens 1500 Suits special price 1150 Miens 1250 Suits special price 950 Mens tooo Suits special price 700 Odds and Ends in Ladies Oxfords and Shoes at half price Oddsand Ends in Mens Oxfords and Shoes at half price Odds and Ends in Boys Oxfocds and Shoes at half price Great Bargains in Misses and Chil drens Oxfords and Shoes c 33 FriendMaking Prices on Mens and Boys HighClass handsomest styles produced this season Youths 1850 and 2000 Suits price 1400 Youths 1500 and 1600 Suits price 1200 Youths 1000 and 1250 Suits spec ial price Soo Boys Knee Suits at half price Odds and Ends in Mens Hats at half Odds and Ends in Mens and Boys Shirts at half prise Odds and Ends in Mens Underwere at half price BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT I ClothesThe iriJ i i i l iiII It tcI xl tt special special r price O o Extra Special Prices Extra 150 Mens Suits one two and three kind ranging in prices from 1000 to 2000 we will close out at the following low prices 298 398 498 598 6 98 798 898 998 100 Young Mens Suits in small lot prices from 1000 to 1850 we will close out at two prices 498 and 728 These last named suits are beyond any question of doub 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 THB STORB THAT SATISFIES Lancaster Kentucky i ofa t i i r i JzwCrab Orchard attended church here SundayRev Bryant pastor of the Baptist church preached Saturday and Sunday Mr William Naylor wife and little son visited on Stingy creek Misses Ela and Mary Pettus are spending their vacation at home with their grandmother Mrs Rebecca tus Miss Ha has been teaching school at Monticello and Miss Mary has been attending school at Rich mond Mr Wiley Deshon of the Sweeney section had a large tobacco bed strip ped one night last week The plants are more valuable this year than ever as they are so scarce The persons taking the plants are said to be known GILES s Tobacco setting is in full progress in and around Giles this week Mrs Will Wylie was the pleasant visitor of Mrs Wm Stotts last week We are glad to report that little daughter of Mr James Gabeart who cu been very sick improving Miss Reynolds recently visited her Flora Wy lie at Stone Were sorry to report that Richard t Ibis writing Miss Lizzie College were vigitinjc Annie Murphy Saturday night and Sunday V Yes Robert Lo chUdr a of Pet IS Burton the Nets cousin a verv Mick last fwd r Stone visited her parents Mr and Mrs B Ray last week Mrs Forest Stapp is very sick Mrs William Burton who has been very sick is improving Subscribe for THE RECORD 81 per Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr R E McRoberts the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recommended for Eczema Black heads Pimples Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zerno has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of Zemck Mr McRoberts will give you a booklet on diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured in your own home without any Inconvenience or of time from business by this clean simple preparation BUCKEYE Born to the wife of John Humph rey a 10 lb boy the 12 Mrs Mancy Jane Bay had a borse to die last week Mr Lilllard was with bis Saturday and Sunday rMiae Jennie Dickerson and Ruth Biy have returned to school at I year skin 4 Mlles Bleb 00 I loss parents A V 4 T ti r- v3 mond after a few days visit with home folksMesdames Wheeler and Mercer oounty have been visiting Mrs Andrew Bogie Wesley Brown DIckerson of is visiting Mr and Mrs J W BrownMayme and Lucille Stapp have been the guests of Miss Cordelia Ray the past week Miss Katie Mae DIckerson Is at home from a visit to Richmond Miss Million of Richmond is the attractive guest of Miss Mae Broad dus UNION Mack Morgan has returned from Berea College Arthur Ball sold Floyd McCarty a house and 5 acres of land for 9500 Prof F O Clark of Berea College was visiting here last week A few young scamps have been fill lug up on cheap whisky here lately and trying to give a wild west They are going to help repair turnpikes soon Nearly every tobacco grower in this section west to Paint Lick Saturday to hear Mr Bradley Willsoo of Mad ison ville speak on pooling tbe 1910 crop A large amount of it was pool edWm Oafney sold to Henry COM bis house and Ive acres of lad for 500 He then bought Mr Pete Spain for 43000 Teater of Lancaster I bower w hose exhibition tarn Sale Ends SATURDAY JULY llth i iE City Ordinance i Be it ordained by the City Cbwcil of the City of Lancaster Ky That the license for selling cigarette and cigarette material shall be from 00 per aaeua to SIS 00 per annum and the license for selliBfr cigarette material and cigarettes sigh 00 per annum ordinance shall take effect from Its sad publication H T Logaa Mayor R W McRoberts Clerk Live to the UaM Never o aaytaiBc that fcmtaa secrecy or the want aC ar It lead to dark methods af by your xelghher Farm Far SaW As executor of David CIa de ceased 1 will sell privately the farm OR which beraiidad abe C i irow Statacky tie Ir vise pike Tbis is OM of hoses la Madtaoa CMBrtj about 30 acres of rick btaagraas all suitable for tobacco fruit of pleaty of water cisUra oatem boas C eight roosM hall foarch with the Bsaal out BOOSM quite a lot off mae fooeU to told Rita talrty days Aayoaa Jaririac aw the place caM oa Mrs Chaaaali at tit faro Jrfg J C Chaaaalt w awad Ky orJ W reduced 25 bellS any the all Kr all kind ales etc 0 It faro Xl 111 passage caM liar a oas Rich oad tit gem desirable et r1R titplea Y tea perElet i- to is mere Ltssr tier r s- ff Pleadof showing the prettiest and most varied line of at the most reasonable prices that have ever been displayed in our city 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 The Joseph Mercantile Company l 9 1 I if L E JI E IS IS 5 V I IS j il I WWe Guiltyr i w E DepartI9 A I fdJ8r1 I Ve beautiful selection and of tnprinrilte Gifts Frisbies Drug StoreI I 17drnrn fI wrn rID JWJ lm J fiIJfij tii r trlt rhave a largest c Commencement USEp UQ VERS LLY t SHINGLES YIIEX Cortright Metal Shines were first introduced 24 years ego you bad some excuse for being sceptical nut now If you are sceptical it can be because you do not know the facts in the case The are used today from the Atlantic to the Pacific for all kinds of buildings under They arc fireproof stormproof never leak and last as long as the building repairsFor apply to to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa xfcs i s 3 u Balance Our Ice tanagainst any other delicacy and it will be found to excel all others in popular and never tiring satisfaction When cannot eat anything else you can still enjoy a dish of our ICE CREAM CORTRIGJ IIif only allconditions Apply 3 X ou i lr AL Ii 1xs t i ti z 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 FORE M F 30 125000 Ianders20 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 r I I S1l SSSS fI fIIIIJr 11 I II III I i pl MAYiYilYflY 7Y lYrlijTlIiNiYY I tt i S t t ji 1 t Gossip About People v N V A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are In Mrs J E Dickerson was in Dan ville Monday Miss Bessie Singleton is visiting friends in Paint Lick Mrs Cabell Denny entertained the I Ts Friday evening O W Shugars and sisters spent Tuesday in Lexington Miss Iva Lee Smith left Mondayfor home in Richmond Ind Miss Naomi Ballon has returned to her home in Richmond Mrs Louisa Arnold is in Jeilico vis iting her daughter Mrs Scott Mrs Jessie Fox and Miss Eliza Smith were in Danville Monday Miss Mary Gooch is at home from the Normal school at Richmond Mrs John E Stormes entertained the Card Club Tuesday afternoon Miss Moffett of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Annabel Burnside Mrs C C Brown entertained the Womans Club Wednesday afternoon Mrs Green Perkins has returned from a visit to her parents in Stanford f O W Shugars of Indianapolis is visiting the family of his father here Mrs John Ferrell was the guest of Miss Lucile Spratt for several days Mrs J D Gully is in Lexington visiting her daughter Mrs Ike Dunn Mr and J B Soper attended Jhe commencement exercises at Be reaDr Virgil Gibney Kinnaird is at home from the Louisville Medical Col lege Mrs E C Barnard of Washington D C is visiting her mother Mrs Pat tie Gill Mr George Robinson of Danville is visiting Mrs Rebecca West and family Miss Nacnie Long of Kirksville is visiting her cousins the Misses Hen drenMrs George Ballard and son Tom visited Mrs Ely in Junction City last SundayMr Mrs John Hall of Win chester were visitors here the past weekRev O P Bush attended the Alum ni banquet in Georgetown the past weekMrs Ed Walker is in Eminence on a visit to her mother Mrs Annie Ramey v Miss Rella Arnold left Monday for a stay in Louisville and French Lick SpringsDr Mrs A S Price of Stanford were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Ed Prce Miss Emma Eonds of Ohio is visit ing her cousin Miss Lucile Spratt Mrs Mattie Duncan was with her nieces the Misses Rocker in Stanford this week Mrs Hugh Hempnill of Nicholas yule lg the guest of Mr W rr I I I I I II I Mrs ear town and Mrs q A Arnold T K Watson attended the Livings ton Leete nuptials in Crab Orchard WednesdayMisses and Mayme McWnor ter of Paint Lick are visiting Lan caster friends Miss Hallie Brown is at home from a pleasant visit to Dr and Mrs Brown of Stanford Mrs Martha Evans Lusk who has been dangerously ill is reported some what better Mr Charles Davis has joined his wife here for a visit to Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph Mrs F D Gaines and little son of Danville have been with Mrs Thre sa Curry for a visit Miss Zada Zanone is at home from Adairville Ky where she held a good position as milliner Mr and Mrs Wm Collier and little daughter of Jeilico are with Mr and Mrs James B Collier Mr and Mrs Richard Brown have returned to Lowell after several days visit to their parents Miss Carrie Walton Anderson is here for the summer from the Normal school at Richmond H Clay Kauffman who has been at tending Law school in St Louis is here for the vacation Mr and Mrs Jas Beazley are in Louisville attending the funeral di rectors association Rev C C Brown returned Satur day from Barbourville where he assist ed his brother in a revival Miss Kitty Larmer of Virginia is the attractive guest of her cousins Mr and Mrs W H Ward The remains of Mrs George Davis who died at her home in Illinois were brought here for interment Misses Marguerite and Angie Kin naird have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Louisville Rev Mr Walker and Prof J W Ireland of Stanford attended the S S Convention here Saturday Miss John Eva Hilton of Stanford is the guest sisters Mrs R H Batson and Miss Susie Hilton Mrs Jerry Frith and son James of Broadhead are guests of Mesdames N M Ballou and J R Mount Mrs Frank Bacon and children of Kansas City are here for the summer with Mr and Mrs John Anderson Misses Minnie Gully Lizzie Lay and Lennie Moss attended the Childrens Day exercises at Mt Hebron Sunday Mrs C W Clay Mrs Geo Robin inson and Miss Nancy Walker were in Lexington visiting relatiyes this week Misses Bertha Ham and Hattie Mobley of Newby Ky are visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs L J San fordThe Home ana Foreign Missionary Society will meet Monday afternoon at 3 oclock at the Presbyterian church Bev G A Joplin of Louisville of the Kentucky S S Conven tion was a visitor here Saturday and SundayMrs M Staugbton of Cov ington came Saturday for a months visit to her mother Mrf H A B MarksburyThe Mount entertained at cards Wednesday in honor of the attractive Miss Margaret Clark of CincinnatiMr Brown has returned from Aurora Ind where he went to attend the funeral of his soninlaw Judge Holman Misses Pauline and Margaret Hock er of Stanford and Martha Jones of Kansas City will be the guests of Mrs Mattie Duncan Misses Elizabeth Scott of Missouri and White of Richmond were visitors at the home of Miss Mary El more the first of the week Mr and Mrs H Clay Sutton have returned from their bridal trip and are receiving congratulations and good wishes from a host of friends other secretary evening Miss 3 Mr Dae Dalton of Monticello was called here by the serious illness of his father Mr Phillip Dalton Misses Sallie Mars Sparks and Julia Woodcock of Nicholasville and Mr Ruy Land and Mr King of Lexing ton were visitors here Sunday Mrs Thos Campbell and little son and daughter of Va are visiting the family of Mr Johh K West Mr Campbell will join them later on Elder Walker of Stanford began a protracted meeting at the Antioch Christian church Sunday night He will be assisted by Elder Tinder Mrs B F Hudson who has been visiting her sister Mrs G D Geiger at Huntington W Va was hems by her mother Mrs Ante WalkerMrs D Simpson and Misses Sue Brashear and Katie Simpson spent a very pleasant day in Cynthiana Sun day as guests of Miss Brashears sis ter Miss Mattie Brashear The Mary Walker Price Chapter of D C was entertained Mon day afternoon by Mrs Ed Price at tha home of her mother Mrs Edna K Francis Refreshments were served The C W B M and the Junior met Wednesday at the Christian church and listened to a splendid ad dress by Mrs Sara K Yancey of Lex ington The Stanford Auxiliary were also present The following composed an auto party that were visitors of Mrs D M Lackey and daughter Tuesday Mr Charles Stephens and wife of Paris Mr Woodford Spears and wife and Dr Miller Stephens of San Fran cisco Miss Martha Davis Rodes of Dan ville Ky and Mr Martin Read Jr were married at the home of the bride on Thursday Jnne 9th 1910 by Dr J Q A McDowell The bride is the third daughter of Hon and Mrs C H Rodes and is very popular in Dan vile Society Obituary Emma Frances Hyatt daughter of Green Lee and Mary Ann Hyatt was born January 13 1855 near Lancaster Garrard county Ky Departed this life June 6 1910 aged 55 years 4 month and 24 days She was united in marriage to Isiah Comley they being school mates July 26 1871 To this union were born eleven chil dren two boys and nine girls four children dying in infancy July 25 1901 the husband and father was ta ken and again Dec 31 19049 death claimed her only son On Oct 19 1905 she was united in marriage to Lafayette Shelhorn In her early girlhood she united with the Fairview Christian church but later in life after moving to In diana she united with the new little Flatrock Baptist church near Green burg Indiana having lived a consis tent Christian life Being an invalid for about four pears she was deprived of many but bore hersufferings patiently trying to cheer those about her and striving so hard to regain her health All that loving hands could do was done to relieve her but at last He that doeth all things well claimed her for his own She had made peace with God and was willing and anxious to submit that His will be done The husband has lost a loving de voted wife and companion Her daughters a loving and anxious her friends a true friend and neighborShe survived by a husband and six daughters Mrs Frank Lawson Mrs George Davis Mrs James Parks Mrs Chester Baymer Mrs Will White and Mrs David Baymer Three stepdaughters Mrs Gus Byse Mrs Ray Selby and Mrs Dr Shanck four teen grand children and three sisters Mrs Ezina Spainhower Mrs Jannie Bryant of Lowell Ky and Mrs Belle Hurt of near Adams Ind to mourn their loss She asked for favorite songs to be sung to her and tried to join in the hymns and remarked that the songs to bring Heaven nearer to her She felt that God would guide her with unerring hand that he would read the meaning of our tears that Heaven would the explain and there sometime we would understand vX e F the U Society pleasures mother L M accompanied together mysteries l I thought that I had been using the Best Flour Made until I tried I knew the difference now Lots of peo pIe tell us this and mean it too Use one bag of it and you are our cus tomer Ask your grocer Phone 47 and get some 6arrard Milling Company I ANY day that youd like to know about the best clothes made in a store where nothing but the highest grade Merchan Use is handled drop in on us and let us show you some of our fine clothes Theyll interest you theyre made allwool fabrics and tailored perfectly You will not find any such clothes readytowear anywhere else theyre better than the average custom tailor can make Well sell you Hart Schaffner Marx suits from 18 to 30 Ready for service Jas W Smith Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a days w MOSSPhone 19O JuljJ 1st A change will be made in the style of this firm lam very anxious therefore to have every account on my book closed by that date May 1 not ask thatyou do not wait for me to see you personally but call on us before July 1st and close your either by cash or note These must be closed so please spire Me the trouble and time of sending a collector to YOU R E jVlcRoberts Druggist I II1I1 III II III III II 11111 I 11111 11111 11111 II i i I GLEN lilY flOUR I I they i t I I 111111 1 1111111111III IIIIIIIIIIIIII1 Isome- thing I HART SHAPFNER I ofstrictly I i I i i rac- count account f 1 t 1 j MARX iL H N t NN N- On i i Clearance Our Clearance Sale is now in full swing and until July 1st All seasonable merchandise mark ed for immediate clearance at prices move stock quickly as we are to make tins the banner Clearance Sale in our history All goods have been this thought in mind and we cannot urge you too strongly to come and take advantage of this buying oppor tunity Remember this is not a sale of just a few selected items priced low to catch the unwary but a bonafide duction sale throughout the entire storeMost liberal price reductions on all Ready to Wear Tailored Suits and Dresses Dress Skirts Shirt Waists Silk Petticoats and Kimonas All Dress Goods Silks white Goods Table Linens Napkins Towels Laces Embroideries Hosiery Under wear Domestics Notions Silver Ladies Fine Shoes Lace Cur tains Curtain Nets Furniture Car pets Rugs and Linoleums Danville Ky isALEI SemiAnnual willcontinue I to j pricedwith ref I I Jewelry i determined Battings l r In the interest of the Burley Tobacco Society Pooling Campaign will be held by MR BRADLEY WILSON at the following places and dates about 730 each night Union School House June 2O Buckeye Spoonville Judson Paint Lick June r June 22 June 23 June 24 J 21 Bryantsville t MEETINGS June25 ftARKSBUKY John Simpson bought a sow and 4 pigs for 30 Mote bought a bunch of 150 hogs at 9 per cwt T D Chestnut sold two suckling mules to Eph Woods Lincoln county fur 180 to be delivered next fall Mr and Mrs Tom Turner of have been the guests of Mrs Noah Marcee and Mr Jim Turner Mr Bob Rout has returned from a visit to Mr and M F Bout at Lex ingtonMrs George Rogers of Cincinnati is making an extended visit to her parents Mr and Mrs C K terMiss Bessie and Messrs Pete and Ed Poindexter are just recovering from a severe attack of measles Mr Dave Rankin while ministering to a sick child a few evenings ago lost his footing and fell down a flight of stairs breaking his arm Mrs Nelson Bogie and son of Lex ington have been visiting Misses Min nie and Bettie Royston Dir Johnson Speaks while walking down to his tobacco patch a few days agp was suddenly pinned to the earth by a large snake entwining ite self around both feet To use his I my feet were bound together with a log chain I never was scared so badly in my life The snake was 10 ft long and as large as my He was released by cut ting thesnake in two with his knife The Ladies Working Society will meet next Thursday at the reside ice ofJ S Svrope ex Rot hson Lex- Ington express- Ion r i Poind i fe16 hlce arm i S r General News Smith an Ohio capitalist announced his intention of lisping a home for wornout newspa per men on the Mississippi River miles north of St Louis The summer White House at Mass is all ready for the of President Taft and his family on June 23 Col Roosevelt Is scheduled to spend some time at Beverly this The government is engaged in evidence intended it is said to form the basis of a suit against the Great Lakes Towing Company under the Sherman antiTrust 1iw on the ground that it is a combination in re straint of trade It is understood in Washington that the nomination of J M Sharp for Dis trict Attorney of Eastern Kentucky will net be acted up m at this season I of Congress and that during the recess the President will again reconsider the g case Receiver J C Rogers of the defunct I Southern Mutual Investment Compa ny announced at Lexington he will pay 200000 to claimants against the concern There are creditors in thirty I six States with total claims of 000 I The corner stone of the Coliseum of the model town in Henderson county was laid Monday and announcement l was made that no negroes will be al towed within the town limits either to live or work The Continental and the Commer cial National Banks of Chicago have heeu consolidated The capital stock will be 20000000 making the bank the second largest financial institution in the country N B Forrest Adjutant General and Chief of Staff United Sons of Confed erate Veterans announced Saturday the appointment of Thomas B Collier of Memphis as commander of the Tennessee division Edward J Ryan assistant chief of the New Orleans Fire dropped dead while engaged in righting a small fire at Hagan ave true and Gravier street Sunday night Heart failure was given as the cause Edmund Baxter general counsel for the Associated Railroads of the South in matters pertaining to interstate commerce died early Sunday morning at his summer home at Ridge Top near Nashville Tenn A report prepared by the director of the Philippine land office and forward ed to Congress by the War Depai t ment states that the Philippine fair lands are again being leased to persons in the islands including one utlicial and the nephew of another at from 8 to 20 cents an acre At a conference at the White House it decided that a paragraph shall be added t the railroad bill providin for a commission to investigate the question of the control of the new is sues of stocks and bonds by railroad companies This is due to the stand of President Taft The motion of the Pullman Compa ny and the Great Northern Railroad Company for a preliminary iojunction to prevent the lowering of sleeping car rates by the Interstate Commerce Commission was denied by Judges Grosscup Baker and Seaman in the United States Circuit at Chi sago President Taft will spend three days t New Haven during the Yale com i mencement week He will leave Washington Sunday night June 19 Land on the following day will attend a meeting of the Yale Corporation He will see his son Robert graduate Wednesday the 22ud Mrs Taft will go with the President and on the morning of the 23rd they both will go to Beverly where Mrs Taft her daughter Helen and the two boys will remain for the summer The President will return June 24 to until the adjournment of Con fires Lovely Complexion A Clear Skin and Bright Eyes are Easy to set All the beauty creams in creation wont improve your complexion if your stomach is out of order Belching of gas aud heartburn mean bad food in the stomach Bad food means bad blood and bad blood means a bad complexion Try MiQna stomach tablets for stomach misery biliousness dizziness and indigestion They relieve in a few minutes they make lich red blood They are guaranteed to cure or money back Bead what a Kansas woman says i want to praise Mi ona stomach tablets for I had doctoiing for over a year for stomach trouble and found nothing that did me as much good as Mona does I only have the second box and it has relieved all pain in my stomach For all who suffer from stomach trouble cr indigestion Miona cant be beaten You can use my name for Miona has done a world of good fur me when doctors failed Mrs Cordelia B Mann 207 E 11th St Junction City Kansas Nov 1 1909 M iona stomach taplets are sold hy druggists and by B E Me Roberts 50 cents a large Tx x Test samples tree from Booths Mio na Buffalo N Y dues catarrh or back Jus breathe itin Complete inhalerfl 50c 4 J Craig has e tab ival summer 1500 t favored was Court I on remain HYJM I rJi i ffv i fourteen Beverly art collecting 3 engineer Department been everywhere foe Drug 1 J of in is Farm and Stock Circuit Court begins Monday IT Clay Hamilton sold a horse to Mrs Miry Fox for 100 Samuel Anderson sold to Jesse Fox two 1150 pound cattle at GJs per lb J W Elmore bought of Frank Bourne a sow and five pigs for 1000 J D Pope sold a cow and calf to Miss Bettie Joseph of Hiatsville for The must valuable farms were t ime sloughs and swamps and con sidered worthless orchard is a splendid place for poultry to range in Poultry is a very good insect destroyer Keep the boys from fooling with any the farm animals Joking with calves or colts will surely bring jukes that make us laugh out of the other corner of our mouth Dont let the sheep get half starved for salt If you do when you salt them they may eat so much they will be sick Give some every day In ev ery thing be regular awl moderate When your lambs get enough good milk from their mothers they will grow It is the hungry lambs that stand around bleating and with backs humped That looks bad Lively lambs are the ones that will bring you the money a little later A Canadian exchange adds the fol lowing to the remedies suggested for scours in your suckling pigs Take half a gallon of oats and boil fur an Hour and a half Allow them to cool and feed to the sow giving nothing else for twentyfour hours As to better cows there is just one way to get them That is to get good sires to test the cows for dairy work to get rid of the poor ones and save calves only from those that pay their way Doing this we can soon have as good dairy herds as to be found any where We have a few of them now but all too few All mills utensils should be washed as soon as possible after using They should be Based with cool water first then thoroughly washed with a hot so lutiou of washing powder soap should never be used using a stiff brush for scrubbing And it is well to have two kinds of brushes a dark one fdr the exterior and a white one fur the inte nor of pail or can scald vell Peanuts are a valuable crop for hogs Louisiana T L Downing who in KOS shipped the first load hogs to Worth that ever came from the vicinity of De Suto patisb is now pro dicing hogs on an increasing scale and raising them largely on peanuts He likes the Georgia peanuts for this as they ield heavier than the Spanish nuts In his experience one acre of nuts will raise about four hogs Pigs fed on skimmed milk either sweet or sour give good satisfaction although care should be taken not to change from one t the other Pfgs seem inclined to the sour rather than to the sweet and in either case grain foods should be fed with it in order to make a balanced ration Skimmed milk as a food for all young animals is an aid to the digestive organs as there not a particle of it but is digestible LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS June 15 Cattle hors Sheep Receipts 11 S3Io 3S17 Shipments tf 0 CATTLE Shippers JG S7 j Butcher steers extra 700715 Good to choice i G 2r i 75 Common to liar 4 i 5 8i Heifers extra 6857 V Good Common to fair SirX5 5 Cows extra jCO 4 50 S 25 Common to lair 225 i Canners 2253i5 Bulls baloguas Extra r 50 5SOSVO CALVES extra 50 S25 23 Common and large 600SOO HOGS good packers and butcher t 501 53 Mixtd packers J5S S Stags C 507 50 Common to choice heavy fat sows 7 7 8 Light slippers 8 75 15 Pigs 110 Ibs and JOOJ55 SHEEP extra 5CO Common to fair 2oO4i7 LAM j S extra Common to fair v Clipped Lambs G 0SOO Immense Trade In Tobacco Last year over 17000000 pounds of tobacco and snuff manufactured in the United Kingdom were exported Civic Notes Have you noticed how much the square is without the and machinery m the corners Would not new street crossings be an improvement We have the brick the ground and there is money in the treasury why the delay A rumor is in the air that we are to have concrete pavements around the square It is even whispered that John Stormes will start the good work A concrete with that handsome new front will be in perfect harmony Lexington street is determined that Richmond street shall noTbave all the big porches So Mrs Dr Walters ereciinK one which will make a some addition to her home The late Dr was a great foyer of rare and beautiful plants and zany HCtUcaB be found around this attractive uld place 7 i atone The j i i I j I I i of Fui t to 6 OO G i5 Loud to L ii510 Fat butts to good les Good to choice 1 9 00 8 S 100 GOO improved j- on C i is handy iI l Ic i ir 4 r 5 purpose b 9G y choice choice g33 Fair 9 9 t n0J 4 ti Good to choice s0 v wagons r walk Hill i ROOERIESClean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D W A L K E R Prompt Delivery DO YOU Want Any Work Done prepared to fix you up Heating fiatterifig Roofing and Repairing k 5We appreciate your patronage McCarthy Doty Tin and Plumbing Shop VHV NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW Office National Bank of Lancaster OOCOOCOOCOOC V I q t il Phone y OOCOO OOOOO OCcOOCOOOOC OMKg I vcare 2 x i 1 p JIiI T I rB HASELOER Phone 3r T e h t 1SI r L j if Steams t oocr A2LEY u o j 9 r s r A WI WHY SHOULD I YOU ilangilack IMwrNI1 j 5 e J 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 Le 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 BANKS HUDSON MC We have just received a large line of Peering irmm Implements Osbourne Cutting Harrows Columbus Wagons Kauffman Buggies and in fact everything needed on the farm See our line of Stoves and Ranges White House and Buster Brown Shoes Men and Boys Suits Carpets and Druggets to fit any room at to please you Becker Ballard Go Ky 1 1 1 A1NIrI41fr Wla IWIIIIWT Y t riy Y1I Y ddi M flj eA0le e NewS HING GOODS I I I I I Iprices i W w i w 1t r K Bryan ciin- v W J h4 A