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THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRATS AND GOOD GOVERNJIENT From The La4 tfm LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY I 19IO NUMBKK 12 w v w- a a y rt a r j- y t i ozaFray The leaved ofN 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 See our Wire Fence CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky Subscribe for the RECORD Wanted two young ladles to work In The Central Record office and to learn thenews paper business The C W B M wl hold their regular montbly meeting at the Chris tiau church next Wednesday after Mrs W A will entertain the Ladies Aid Society Saturday after noon at her home on Richmond street at 3 oclock Mr A W Kavanaugh met with quite a painful accident last Wednes day while handling a young horse In some manner he was kicked in the face his lip being split open and his nose broken The ten days revival which was held at the Christian church at Antioch conducted by Eld S F Walker of Stanford resulted In thirteen afldl Lions to the church and an awakening of religious zpal of the members of the congregation If you dont to paper at the present time you can well afford to buy some of the tone effects in fine will not go Par lors Dining Halls now of by A E Danville Ky land hold same and then save at least f 50 per cent See his big ad printed today Miller Mr Malcolm Miller a prominent citizen of Richmond Ky died at his home last Saturday He has many friends and relatives in this coucty who regret to hear of his death His daughters Misses Mary and Margaret Miller often visit here For Sale About 150 Dales of hay 1 mare and horse yearling 1 yearling horse slide II head yearling cattle 1 fat cow 1 fat jersey heifer 2 sows with 10 plgs about 250 fence posts 1 No1 cow and 1 six year old combined harness and saddle mare all at a bargain 7l4t Geo Y Conn Challenge to Stanford Base Ball Club We hereby challenge the Stanford Base Ball Club for a game of Base Ball to be played either in Lancaster or on neutral grounds on any open date The terms to be 75 per cent of the gross gate receipts to the winner and 25 per cent to the loser or the win ning team to receive tbe total receipt We are willing to play one game or a series of gamesArthur Joseph Mgr Lancaster Independent Club noon rlce care handsome two all Pa wh1rh out of st le f Library Boo s d GI Jns mules colt 1 Jersey Base- Ball lk S SS Attend The Great At Logans Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits at Half Price Odds and Ends in Mens La dies Boys and Childrens Shoes at half price Odds and Ends in Hats at half price Odds and ends in Shirts at half price Bargains In Every Department- Will sell you any thing in our line cheaper than you can buy the same quality elsewhere Lancaster Kentucky 2F X a g g t g g l g g J g g lt E g g g i I t CUT PHIC ClOTHING Ii i i I I I EI II II9 IiItfiI IPs r SALE i i Z LOGAI T Buys Farm Mr Tailor Rainey has purchase the farm of Mrs Pattie Anderson on the Danville pike about two miles from Lancaster The farm consisted of 180 acres and the price paid was 105 per acre Mr Ralnev will move to his new home on Jan 1st 1911 when Mrs Anderson will move to town Dripping Spring Open On July 1st the famous old summer resort Diipping Springs will be open to the public and for the next three months fried chicken will be in abundance The place has been re modeled and is in fine condition to take good care of all guest Mr Sam Rothwell and his son Mr J have charge this season and are assured of a large crowd from Garrard Upheld By Court Of Appeal The Kentucky Court of Appeals has upheld the constitutionality of the aot increasing the salary of the Circuit Judges of Kentucky by 1200 00 a year The law which became operative June 13th requires every Circuit to act as special Judge in districts other than his own when appointed by the Governor and when not engaged in holding court in his own district Council accepts Resignation At a special meeting of the City Council on Tuesday night Mr Herron resigned his position of City Marshall and Superintendent of the water works As yet no one has been selec ted to take his place however the Council will meet on next Monday night and the question of selecting a competent ahd capable man will come up At present Mr Jack Adams is ac ting as marshall Model Road Have you seen the Lexington pike since the new roan machine finished it It is One of the best roads in tbe State and Garrard County should be prowd of the fact that in a short time all ct our roads will be in this condi tion The machinery is now busy on Stanford road so you see we will have a good road to tbe fair at from the town limits out and we hope that the town will spend some of the good money she has on band to fix up our streets in town Communion Services Next Sunday II a m will be a service at the Methodist church following recent renovation of the church building services conduct ed by the pastor Membership of sis ter churches in absence of services of their own church are fraternally in vited to above service also a welcome to everyone If arrangement of park can be completed in time united con gregational service will be held there at 745 p m and during month of July as perarrangementof pastors further notice being given Dull Court Day County Court day last Monday brought a small crowd to town as the farmers were busy in the field and could not get away Very little was transacted and there was hardly any stock on the market Mr Frather reported only 16 head cf cattle at ahe stock pens which sold at four cents Frank Bonrne sold nine shoats weighing about 110 pounds for 110000 and a sow and pigs for 3000 Mr RobtEIkin sold a cow and calf for 40 00 GeO Ruble sold a mule to Will Arbuckle for 7400 and a horse to 19 W Rogers for 78 50 The merchants were not disapolnted asjthey did not expect much of a crowd knowing that farmers were all busy in their crops 9 Circuit Court The entire week of Circuit court has been taken up In the trial of Mark Jennings The lawyers for the de fense are Hons J I Hamilton W I Williams and B H Tomlinson those prosecuting are Hons Chas Hardin J E Robinson and Lewis L Walker Following is a list of the jurymen Wm Blank H D Lee Ben Ham W T Watson Smith Thompson J K Sutton J T Raney C T Grimes Jas Crecillus H G Lee Parker Jen kins and W J Broaddus who return ed a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at three years la the State penitentiary Temlinson The death of Miss Margaret Mare Tomlinson Saturday evening at five oclock after a lingering illness cf tu bercolosls cast a gloom over the entire community The death aged and infirm in years will naturally fol low in the course of time but to see a young lady the pride of the home in that she was the oldest daughter and sister cut off in tbe bloom of womanhood is Indeed sad and all are saddened for those who are now so sorely bereft She is survived by her father and mother Mr and Mrs B B Tomlin son her sister Miss Annell and two brothers Harry and Robert and they rest assured that she has gone to that the skies where we know no pain and suffering Miss Tomlinson was one of the lead log society young ladles and a social favorite Those selected for pallbcars were young men cf the community with whom she was associated The funeral was at the Lancaster cemetery Monday afteraoon ed by Cr 1C and Rev GO Browa I J Matt Herron least I all- i I i I i i i I f orthe I I mal- I landbeyond I i conduct H Pears J Judge reopening business I young Sunday evening was the beginning of union services for the summer months The meeting was held at the Methodist church and Dr E II Pearce preached an able discourse Attention Sports Dont fail to be in Danville July 4th at 330 p m to hear the uf the great JeffriesJohnson tight at the Danville opera house This will prob ably be the last great prize tight in this country Killed By Train George Williams age 32 vears of this place was killed by a train Sunday morning at Rowland He a son of Mr and Mrs John Williams who for many years were residents of this place Besides a family and his parents he leaves two sisters Mrs William Henderson and Miss Rebecca Williams and two to mourn his untimely death The burial was in the Lancaster cemeterY Monday afternoon Mr Philip Dalton age eighty years died on Monday at his home on the Fall Lick pike two miles from town The deceased was a line gentleman and quite a welltodo farmer and a devoted member of the Baptist church where the funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at three oclock conducted by Rev 0 P Bush Be sides his widow he is survived by two daughters Mrs Nannie Rich cf this county and Mrs Easter Pendergrass of Bardstown Tenn also Mr James Dal ton who is a very prominent gentle man of our city and Mr C D Dalton of Wayne county to whom we extend our sympathy Why Is It not Finished Tht City Counlil will meet Monday night and several good citizen have asked that we call attention of the Council to the unfinished crossing just beyond Dr Amons home on Richmond St At present it is almost impossible for anyone to get by unless they get out in the middle of the street We ask of the members of the council to walk out Richmond Street and see the condition of things also notice the new cement walks just finished and the beautiful homes and see if you do not think that they deserve some kind of a crossing and as you have started a concrete why not finish up in good style commensurable to the other walks there Defeats Perryvllle The Lancaster Independent Base Ball team defeated Perrville last Fri day by a score of nine to two The home boys played strictly home play ers which naturily drew a large crowd of spectaters On Friday eveninlng MrW B Bur tons team will play The Lancaster Independents and much interest is manifestedOn 4th Wilmore will play our boys a double header This will be without a doubt the best game of the season as Lancaster has only been defeated twice and Wilmore has won every game A Sane Fourth Much has been written and many pleas made to the public for a sane cel ebration of our national holliday the the Fourth of Jtisft The of fire works which began to be used In a modest way has grown to such an that vast sum of money are thus foolishly expanded and thousands are killed or seriously injured for life A great protest has gone up from all over this country to abolish this dan gerous custom and in its place substi tute harmless sports which in the end prove move enjoyable less and a far more sensable way to remember the day of our declared In dependence Explosion destroys Store and Mr Coy Sanders Seriously Hurt On last Friday morning about 3 AM Mr Coy Sanders the popular mer chant of Stone Ky was awaken and called to his store which was only a short distance from his residence pre sumably to sell some goods to a It Is stated that he walked into the back door of his store and lit a match which went out then be walk ed to a drawer in which was some matches and before he knew it happened and he does not re member anything futher An caused from gas or dynamite fol low and the front end of the store was blown out and Mr Sanders was found by Mr William Blakeman who lived near by and heard the noise and rushed to the scene of disaster to fiud Mr Sanders nearly dead being burnt on the face side and back and his foot cut It was a narrow escape but it is thought that Mr Sanders will soon recover He carried 950000 insurance how ever this does not cover the loss as it was a large building and he carried an immence stock of goods There are several theories advanced as to how the accident occured one Is that some one tried to rob the store however this does not seem to be the most pop ular one as many people believe that Mr Sanders mistaken about hearing anyone and he did that when he lit the caused the gas to explode Mr cellent gentleman and his many friend sorry to hear of his misfortune and hope that he will soon be In business at the save old stand enjoying the large trade which be has built np 11 ret urns brothers Dalton enormity customer something badly ought ma t alex are I formerly was use extravagant explosion only Sande s c J 66i lILAND CHAMPION finders Mowers AND Hay Rakes DEERING HASELDEN BROS 4QS IRII IGJI1fJl1JS I g I I 0a I I BINDERTWINE I s w i I To M Of A Hood Thing May be as bad as none at all that is why we f never confine our DRY GOODS selling to any J particular make however good it may be We offer you variety as well as quality if The Wide Choice DIJ Goods C An offer makes this store a favorite with those ofdis criminating taste Come here ifyou want to see every I thing good in the way of Dry Goods Your choice here is not limited it is practically un limited within the confines ofgood qualities White Elephant Store I ill I I IIIII J I lei I uwuwwtruijuvJ Now is your chance to buy WindUublto I am over stocked and they must be sold Come before they are all gone W J Romans g I I s iI f e m r r I JULY 27th 28th and 29th 1910 The fair this year will be the Greatest in the History of this Association Special rates and train from Louisville Paris and Corbin The largest array of attractions ever shown Seiberts 1st Regimental Band will furnish a musical program of the latest popular hits of the day For Catalogue address R L ELKIN Secretary Jr f LA N S T E F AfI 1 service CENTRAL RECOB INCORPORATED I ISSUED WEEKLY J100 A YEAR From The Land Of low GREEN CLAY WALKER Edtor Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClass Mail fatter Member Ky Press Association- and Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky July1 1S1O Rates For Political Announcements For Prtcinct and City Offices S 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications In the of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per lino 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS Harvev Helm of Lincoln County Mlddlesboro The meeting of the Ky Press Asso ciation held at Middlesboro Taft week was greatly enjoyed by the editors and their friends from all parts of Ken tucky The people of Middlesboro know how to entertain and it seems that they could not do enough for the editors during their stay there Mid dlesboro is known as the Queen city of the mountains and well may she be termed that We think that in the next few years there will be quite an increase in the population and we hope that the editors of the State will let the people know what a tine place there is hid back in the of Kentucky No better people could be found any where Ko better men or truer women and for this reason Middles boro will by far surpass the expecta tions of many Fourth of July Next Monday will be independence day On July 4th 1776 the immortal words rung forth that these United Colonies are and by right ought to be free and independent States and for the support of this declaration with a firm reliance on the protection of divine providence we mutually pledge to each other our lives our fortunes and our sacred honor In such a sentiment as this the sign ers of the declaration of independence created the great and mighty nation C e eo eo I I Interest mountains r that i now the pride of every Amer luau citizen and wherever our flag is unfurled it is respected with honor at home and abroad At such a tme we should stop and reflect on the great benEfits and we enj y Our present condi tion was not brought about by chance but was won bv the hard struggles in the blood of our fathers We should resolve to so appreciate our fortunes that we will strive tj uphold and maintain the great principles that underlie our free institutions by good and performing well our parts in this great nation Tobacco Brought Contention To Sir Walter Raiegh is ascribed the distinction of introducing tobacco into England and thus into Europe and from that time until the present day the pernicious plant has been the weed if not the bone of contention and strife To the Colon t of tobacco was one of the first staple sources of income but England no sooner discovered the great source of revenue demanded a monopoly of the trade and In order to maintain it limited the and when tile supply exceedtd the demand in the channels of English trade even burned the infeii jr grades which was a total lussto the colonist It is not difficult to understand that this op pres irin caused an uprising of the peopleTo bacco may also be at tributed of the prime causes of African and all its attending courses it was for the purpose of raising tjbacco that the of Virginia began the traffic in the inhabitants from the coast of Guinea It is clearly evident that this has always played an important part in the political history of our states and never before in a local po litical struggle has the single issue tobacco been more sharply brought to the voter for his decision than in the recent primary in the Seventh Con gressional district in which Congress man Cantriil representing the anti pool idea while Senator Thomas was the candidate of the tobacco societies The representatives of the Burley To bacco Society charged Mr Cantrill during the campaign with being a friend and indirectly aiding the Amer ican Tobacco Company the great to bacco trust which has been as alleged seeking to monopolize and control the tobacco interest of the country The decided victory of Mr Cantrill over st capable and atrractive a personage as Senator Thomas is suggestive of the inability of the Burley Tobacco so ciety to handle the political situation in that district We are much im pressed that the effort of the Burley Tobacco Society weakened rather than aided Mr Thomas in the race We regret that the issue has been I I liberties r I Virgin- Ia j J lone plant rs product I befog cit zees frequently drop m this Democratic Congressional Dis trict between candidates for a nomi nation upon how the grower should handle the situation to best light the trust and it i quite natural that one the contending factions should ac cuse the other of aiding the Trust by its position We would like to see the producers of tobacco be in position at all times to present a solid fight against the to bacco trust The grower of today lighting the trust has quite if not t greater foe than had the colonist of Virgiiia when rebelling against tilt monopoly of the King The tobacco situation in Garrard and surrounding counties is worthy of the calm consideration of the My Ships Ella Wheeler Wilcox If all the ships I have at sea Should come a sailing home to mr Weighed down with gems and silo and gold i well the harbor could not hold v many sails as there wouldbe IF u 1 my ships came home from sea If half my ships came home from sea And brought their precious freight t me Ah well I would have wealth as great As any king who sits in state So rich he treasures that would be In half my ships now out at sea If just one ship I have at sea Should come to me Ah well the storm cl suds then might frown For if the others all went down Still rich and proud and glad Id he If that one ship came home to me If that one ship went down at sea And all the others came to me Weighed down with gems and wealth With glory honor riches gold The poorest soal on earth Id be If that one ship came not to me Oh skies be calm Oh winds blow free Blow all my ships safe home to me But if thou sendest some awrack To never more come sailing back Send any al that skim the sea But thing my love ship me First Electric Lamps in London i Six arc lamps installed in a London theater in 1873 were the first electric lamps used commercially in that city A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions praius or wounds that demand Buclclens Ar nica Salve earths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boil sores of all kinds ec z ma chapped hands and lips sore eves or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25c at R E Me Roberts 1m f I I l I I J I I asaiIin home I u Itld J home to I i businesspeople A 4 k j- Y4 r Is now going on I have inaugurated the greatest and most sweeping Reduction Sale of High Class Wall Papers Paints Supplies and Stationery known to the history of this locality This sale will be continued i until the entire store is cleaned out of the present stock It is in celebration ofmy TwentyFifth Anniver 1 sary in the Paint and Wall Paper business in Danville and the culmination ofmy long desire to see Dan ville grow to that state where I could afford to carry a stock of Wall Papers embracing the most exclusive designs ofthe superior foreign makes as well as the best things produced by domestic manufacturers In 5 September I will meet a large number ofimporters in New York and buy my stock direct from the foreign 2 marts Such a standard has never before been set in a town the size of Danville My present stock must be sold It will be offered at such prices thatthose not ready for goods now can afford to buy and hold until I they are required Remember that those who come first will et picking choice Every article in the house has been proportionately reduced Jr 0g g g g0 x0 0 cig g E i 25thh Celebration Sale il g D z a Anniversary h f N r SOME PRICES Wall Papers that sold at jc and roc a roll are offered at 3c border and ceiling to match at the same prices i oc and i5c Paper at per roll 5c 2oc and 200 Paper at per roll roc 30C and hoc Paper at per roll i5c 4oc and 6oc Paper at per roll 1 2oc 6oc and joe Paper at per roll 25c Paper at per roll 3oc Varnished Tile Bath Room Paper roc per roll that sold at lo and octs eo eo jscand too eo eo eo 5c REMARKABLE OFFERS We have a large lot ofsolid color Paper In most all of the shades at per roll sc These goods originally sold at from 2oc to 300 a roll to match all these papers We also have a largy quan tity of fine Wall Papers In small lots at ic and 2C a roll All of this stock is first class new and up to date and will not go out of style If you do not care to paper at once buy now and save big interest on the Investment Writing Paper and Tablets Our stock of Boxed Writing Paper which sold at 150 and 2oc is In this sale at roc Tablets at and roc that sold from toe to 300 n ioff red 5C and C g Borders Big Sale Is Now In Full Blast Paints and Colors- We have a quality of high standard Mixed paints that will be closed out below COST Also a lot of colors ground in oil in Ipound cans at 5c a can Umbers Yellows Blacks and Greens The pound cans originally sold at 20c We will offer everything in Mixed Paints Varnishes Stains Japalac and supplies in this sale Window Glass in nil sizes at special reductions f f f I Window Shades We have a large stock of Window Shades that we are closing n out BELOW COST This sale is not a cost stile All these ow are being sold for below COST We derided that the best a plan to clean our store is to put the prices down to the lowest S possible margin of cost DI goods t regardless frfrV3 I A E GIBBONSI w s a Main Street i Danville Ky i i Have you taken advantage of our Special Sale yet If not why dont your We are offering you some excellent bargains in SPECIAL PRICES ON PIANOS FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY In order to reduce our immense stock we vill continue these prices until August 1st Come look Fife GY M U xi iIarDJLture farpets faJI1d EaULgs I u i inand T LAN0ASTERE e h ie i fj r I j S I GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D WALKERPhone 181 Prompt Delivery DO YOU Want Any Work Done We are prepared to fix you up 9 Steam and Hot Water X Heating tIttering Roofing and Repairing X We appreciate your patronage If McCarthy Doty jj Tin and Plumbing Shop Ilo s o I I II r 0 eo oeaooeooe Fc 000000000000 1000000000001 II DONT Reckless 1Iamn 1 u u I BE when you buy flour always ask for Obelisk Brand and you will be sure of getting the best Milled from the cream of the best grown wheat It makes delicious bread cakes and pies Besides the results obtained from its use makes it the best and most economical flour used Barrels and Half Barrels BANKS HUDSON 1 II a I It I fIww1tmRMm1wwuw lwi1wwvwuvuJttNuYup Keep Cool BUCKEYK Mr Joe P Nave Mrs Mary Scott and two children and Miss Wesren of Danville visited relatives here last week Miss Her B Hill is the guest of her sister Mrs Walker Bradshaw at Me CrearyLittle Miss Jessie Bay of Stone bas been visiting Miss Cordelia Ray Mr A and daughter Miss Agnes attended the burial of her grandfather Mr Lillard at Lawrence burg last week Mr and Mrs Andrew Bogie visited Mr and Mrs Luther Rainey at Loyd last week Mr and Mrs J W Brown Mr and Mrs J P Long Miss Nora Long and Mr Luther Perkins of Oklahoma and little Miss Pearl Dickerson of Lan caster were very pleasantly at Mrs R I Burtons last Sun day On the 18th inst Mrs S A Hill celebrated her 73rd birthday The dinner was taken by the 41 guests and served in picnic fashion on a long table in the yard Among the guests were Mrs Martha Anderson aged 75 who is a very dear friend and schoolmate of Mrs Hill She received several nice presents and her friends wish her many more such hap py birthdays Young Girls just entering into womanhood often suffer rilfech pain and misery during the change their physical organization Many women will tell you their female trouble started during that trying period and has clung to them ever since Cardui Is a friend to young girls as weN as to women of all ages It has been found to help women during their trying periods by relieving palo and restoring disordered organs to health Mrs Mary Hudson East man Miss writes While staying wIth me add going to school terrible misery 1 got her to take a few doses of CARDUI end it helped her at once I have taken Card my andbelieve I would have been under the clay had it not been for that wonderful modi tins Try It will help you For sale everywhere B i Mattie CMlles entertained years CARDUI my youngsister was In 41 o C Growers wtruJwLnwuw Be Com fortable Keep Gool Furniture Delayed but here Tardy but present HOT WEATHER Now the all absorbing question is how to be comfortable Try our summer and refreshing comfort is yours PORCH FURNITURE Swings in green or weathered oak chains and hanging included Value 650 price 450 Flat Reed Settees in brown special 400 Kaltex rockers green and brown value 600 price 375 Reed Rockers value 3 0 price 200 Green Fiber Rockers special 225 Hammocks ranging in price from 100 to 700 4 passenger swings strong and durable value 700 price 550 Green bent wood chairs rockers to match value 450 price 325 Red and Green Chairs and Rockers value 350 price 275 Settees in Red or Green 3 foot long special 300 Gliding Settees the ideal lawn seat special Few pieces of old hickory left including the famous Andrew Jackson style of chair value 250 price 125 RefrigeratorsW- eare agents for the celebrated McCray having a circulation of air as real as though caused by an This active air circulation keeps the refrigerator perfectly dry Come and let us demonstrate the superiority of the McCray over any other refrigerator made Paper Draperies Pictures Art Goods Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY specials f 700 iJ electric Jan CFuBROWER CO J It Carpe FurnitureWall F y 1 IL i d MIDDLESBORO KENTUCKY A City of Magnificent Possibilities Facts and Figures Situated at the Junction of states Kentucky Virginia and Ten nessee a gateway between North South near the farfamed Cumber land Gap Natures Roof Garden now 8300 1906 4162 How is that for growth Railroads L and N railroad and Southern railway 20 possenger trains daily leading to all points north and Bank of Middles boro Citizen Bank and Trust Co and First State Bank Wholesale House Wholesale Wholesale Hardward Produce Fruits and Vegetables Supply House Three Liquor Mail houses One Dry Goods house One Furniture bouse One Meat Supply house Manufactories Tannery of toe United States Leather Co Iron Furnace of the Virginia Iron Coke and Coal Co Brewery of the New South Brewery and Ice Co Laundry Health Foods Factory Knitting Mills Medicine Fac tory Iron Foundry Mattress Factory Ice Cream Factory Bottling Works Wagon Factory Lumber Companies CoalMines Thirty or more mines are located in the Middleboro district surrounding the city in the radius of a few miles millions of dollars in coal lie hidden in the mountains yet unde veloped thousands of dollars spent an nually in developing the districts resources more than 6000 coal miners are employed in tbeMiddleboro districtStony Fork is the right prong of Yel low Creek and along this stream is the second developed coal section adjacent to Middleboro The coal and mining companies operating here are the Egdewood Consolidated Hignite Monarch Ralston Puke Drummond and Stony Fork Companies These operations employ 1500 men ond produce 6000 tons of coal per day and represent an invest ment of 1500000 Bennetts Fork 01 Mingo Hollow Is the left prong of Yel low Creek and the following coal and mining companies employ about 5000 men and represent a capitol of 100000 0 operate tlnir niriColunmi Yel low Creek Nicholson Mingo Reliance Fork Ridge Bryson M untiin Ster ling Turner and the Home Coal Coke Co Light and Middleboro Electric Light Heat and Power Co furnishes the city with light value 100000 The Middleboro Water Wroks furnishes the city with water from an artificial lake of extensive proportion value 750000 Concrete SideWalks Three miles or over 75 00000 expended in concrete sidewalksTelegraph and Western Union Telegraph Co bas an office in Middlesboro Two Telephones systems the Middleboro Home and the East Tennesee Telephone Co are operated in Middlesboro Qhurches Middlesboro has ten churchesHospital city has one hospital of the most school buildings in Kentucky er ected at a cost of 35000 handsome colored school buildings erected at a cost of 18000 white attendance 983 pupils colored 350 Growth so rapid another building may be erected Fraternal Societies Mason I O O F Knights of Pythias Jr 0 U A M Red Men and R P O E Middle boro Lodge No 1041 B P O E has disposed of its magnificant home to the Kings Daughters who will con vert the building into a hospital The Elks have purchased a new site and have under way handsome 40000 home on Cumberland avenue Government Building Middlesboro has secured a government building the appropriation for which moue will probably be secured Newspapers Middlesboro bas one of the best printing and publishing Kentucky known as the Cun ningham Company The Cunningham Company publishing the Midelesboro NewsRecord a weekly newspaper Parks Middlesboro maintain a park commission which is engaged in the work of planting hundreds of trees Property will be secured for magnificent parks Climate Middlesboros climate is ex celled The days are sometimes sultry but the nights are always cool It is an ideal climate for the ill peak of mountains being 2000 feet above the level of the sea Middleboro and surroundingjcountry has been well termed the Switzerland of America Amusements Middlesboro has a beautiful theatre known as the Mac ring theatre It moreover possesses a beautiful lake where boating and flushing is indulged in while the Pin nacle the far famed Cumberland Gap the government model road and other points of interest are all in the of the city Middlesboro is aJready the Queen City of the Kentucky mountains In the Cumberland Plateau Those Pies of Boyhood How delicious were the pies of boy hood No pies now ever so good whats changed the pies No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver the active kidneys the regular bowels of boy hood Your digestion is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric sera of all organs of digestion Stom Liter Kidneys Try Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with new health strength and vigor 50c at B to three and PopulationRight In southBanksNational Groceries mineral immed- Iately Sa amore WI WaterThe TelephonesThe SchoolsOne Bowels I r r Wholesale The magnificent plantain annually Its highest vicinity taste Bit ache ahem JlICBObeIt9 FLAT WOOD Dave Collet and family visited at Rev A C Bairds Sunday Rev Patterson preached at Lawson Chapel on Sunday last Most of the tobacco growers of this section have their crops set Mr C A Dillon is preparing to his dwelling where it burned Rev Wm Bryant will preach at Good Hope on the first Sunday in July Several of our neighbors took of the cheap rates to visit Cincin nati and the Zoological gardens last SundayMrs Marinda Lougworth has re turned from Barboursville where she has been by the bed side of her sister Mrs Gibson who is very low with con sumptionMr A Dillon wishes to thank his friends through the RECORD for the kind and generous manner in which they came to his assistance in his recent calamity HAKKSBUKF Mr Joe Gosney Is in bed with ty phoid fever Mr Jimmy Byers is still In a criti conditionMiss Halcomb was in Lex ington Tuesday Mr Jack Daily has been quite sick for the past few days Judge Browning of Williamsburg has been visiting Mr Marcee Miss Lennie Turner of Lexington has been the guest of Miss Lucie Mar ceeMr Sam McKinney of Huston ville was the guest of Mr Mack Gums last weekMrs Richard McGrath and son of Greenville S C are here to spend the summerMrs and Mr Hill of Buck eye have been visiting Mr Noah cee and wife Mr Henry TomiMSon and Mrs Burgess were visiting friends in Lan caster Sunday Mr Benjamin Robinson had a horse to die from heat last week The horse was valued at more than 200 C M Jenkins is at the bedside of his grand son Silas who is very i 1 of apendicitis at home Georgetown Mrs Ben Poindexter is getting along very nicely from a recent opera tion performed by Elliott and Jack 1SKYANTNY1LLE Dr B M Swope continues very ill at this wilting Mrs H B Cox has for her guest Miss Magee from Cynthiana Mr M L Davis of Richmond is with his sister Mrs Chalie Dean Miss Lucile Flowers of Louisville is with Miss Katie Patton for a few days Mrs Fany Ghristopher from Som erset is yisiting her father Mr Logan IsonMr and Mrs B M McGiath Jr of of Greenville S C are with his moth er for a visit John Ballard and Miss Marie were with Mrs Florence Ballard sev eral days last week Little Miss Gracie Cochran of is with her aunt Mrs W M Elliott for a short visit Mr Joseph Farlee and Thos Wool ridge of Harrodsburg were with Mr and Mrs Sam Farllee over Sunday Mr and Mrs Jeff Dunn and son of Lexington were over Sunday in their new car guests of Mr B F Patton Mrs Alice Adams and Mrs Wm Ramsey and children Col were with Mrs E H Ballard last week Miss Anna Kay Jenkins has return ed from Georgetown having been called there by the serious illness of tier nephew Silas Stedman Jenkins Mrs John Johnson and family are with her sister Mrs C C Becker for few days before leaving for her new borne in Louisville where Mr Johu son has accepted a position The friends and relatives of Mr Alex Arnold formerly of this place were grieved to hear fhat be was se riously hurt in a railroad wreck in Virginia where he is now 1 cated Mrs Kate Millard and son Mathan leI who lived in Lancaster a number of years ago but are located in Denver Colorado are with Kentucky friends They are now with Mrs Mote Scott for the week that goes to Lancaster comments on the improvement on the road and are urging Squire Ison to have the machinery brought this way so as to have this the Lexington pike as good as Jessamine and Boyle county czema A Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed Eczema Is a germ disease but the thing that has bated them is to find some remedy that will get to the and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment solved this difficulty by drawing germs to the surface of the skin destroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole of treatment and cure Zemo is explained in an book on subject issued by the makers of Ittells bow to cure yourself at of Eczema Blackhead Pimples all diseases of the skin scalp Call at BJB McBobtrts for booklet and more bout this clean simple remedy that is now recognizd the standard treat went for all diseases of the skin and Mar- hi son Mr Lancaster of Denver a Everyone that germs has the Zemo home and drugstore scalp i rebuild advantage now the and method interesting Dandruff aid learn Y p The Man Who Signs TheChecks wants to know that the money to pay them will be ready when they are presented a rr s Our methods are safe and conservative The lureof large profits does not induce us to loan on or invest in securities If you want to feel that your money is safe we solicit your account GARRARD BANK TRUST Co I I doubtful Co Q Q O o nsUJ tD Olx 0to Na 4- a THE National BankOf Lancaster Surplus 20000 A R President J B STORMES Vice Prwt S C DESST Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J WI Williams I Capital 50000 DEN Y L Gill to UJ- tIJ 0- C II CD U o C or 3orP- u THE Swan Plour Is Uncle Sams Pride I and ours also The Perfect Flour a scientific product of the most approved milling methods The bread rolls cake and pastry it yields are genuine health kind that combines purity and deliciousness with high nourishing value Try a ban today and be convinced that there is no better Flour made Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop J J WALKEK President J S JOHNSON Vice Praat ORGANIZED I88j The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONKY Asst Cashr C D WALKJEB Bookkeeper J J WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Atteatfot DIRECTORS- J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker Arnold Regardless of everything the returns m of the great 5 JEFFRIESJOHNSON PRIZE FIGHT will be given at Danville July 4th at 330 p m Danville Opera House 1 Ifoodsthe I I 1JI N fIIU1J1IWtIUlU re J J CA i II B I I e l p 1 1 1 r r 4 LETS PUT OUR the lumber you need will cost you We are always ready to assist you with our advice and experience Youll find our estimate of what you need will prove rlJr TogetherI II ample for the job but no more For our lumber does not cutto waste and we do not attempt to stick you for a lar ger quantity than you need Think it over Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co I I A rYls COLONEL ROOSEVELT IN CONVERSATION WITH MR E MONT REILY ON BOARD THE KAI SERIt AUGUSTE VICTORIA Photo by American Press Association During his return voyage to America on the Kalserin Augusto Victoria Mr Roosevelt did a great deal of lit entry work and answered a bushel of letters He was very approachable and talked with many passengers each day lie was very noncommittal in his answers to political questions of a leading character In the picture he is shown talking with E Mont Reify a business man of Kansas City I MR ROOSEVELT GREETING THE COMMANDER OF THE MAN HATTAN NEW YORK HARBOR JUNE 18 Photo by American Press Association MRS ROOSEVELT AND HER PARTY LISTENING TO COLONEL ROOSEVELTS FIRST SPEECH i Photo Preotr A rfos Aaeodation NOT HAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED I Jr i h j WHYtYr NOW Y HASELDENNa- tional Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 er Photo by American Press Association I MR ROOSEVELT CAPTAIN HANS RUSER AND OFFICERS OF THE KAISERIN WJGUSTE VICTORIA j y 7 sa 1 KriW ziii Photo American Press AssociationI by COLONEL ROOSEVELT ACKNOWL EDGING CHEERI Y Photo by American Press Association SNAPSHOT OF KERMIT ROOSEVELT I Photo by American Press Association I 0 r FORMER PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WAVING HIS HAT TO ADMIRERS FROM THE DECK OF THE ANDROSCOGGIN ETHEL ROOSEVELT AND BONGO Photo by American Press Association This picture of Miss Ethel Roosevelt and her dog Bongo presented to her in London by Lieutenant Colonel Ar thur Lee was taken aboard the Kai serin A guste Victoria CHARACTERISTIC SNAPSHOT OF MRROOSEVELT TAKEN ON THE KAISERIN AUGUSTE VICTORIA Pictures of Roosevelts Arrival Special Feature 1 91 0 I 18 When you think of building see the Incorporated DANVILLE Estimates Promptly Furnished l i Oanville tum e Man facturing ol i1 i J f cC i NN N KENTUCKY q tu a Fy cti 4 COLONEL ROOSEVELT PLAYING WITH BONGO Photo by American Press Association White the Kaiserln Auguste Victoria was plowing her way across Atlantic Lieutenant Colonel Roosevelt became very friendly with Bongo a dog presented to Miss Ethel Roosevelt by Colonel Arthur Lee of the British army The colonel and Bongo had many a friendly frolic on deck during the trip the I MR ROOSEVELT MAKING HIS FIRST SPEECH Photo by American Press Association During his tour of Africa and Europe Colonel Roosevelt has lost none of his strenuosity in speechmaking In his first speech on American soil his return on June 18 his oratory was distinguished as usual by vehemence and vigorous gestures MR ROOSEVELT WELCOMED ON BOARD THE MANHATTAN Arrow points to him earnestness after Photo by American Press Association I a Having installed new and uptodate ELECTRIC MOTOR PLANING MILL with latest improved machinery we are prepared to famish you at reasonable prices any kind of Fancy Planing Mill Work Door and Window Screens Etc Also Rough Dressed Lumber Laths Cement Estimates furnished 00 bills promptly THE CRESCENT LUMBER CO Incorporated Danville Phone 600 DANVILLE KY S i a rti S c and 11ijZ 11 GO TO HENRY DUNCANSB- arber Shop on Richmond street for Japs Hair Tone William SfcaYeag SOAP IIouin Razors a Speefcilty 25 years of experience Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY Office Hours Office over 8am to 12 t pm to 4 Stormes Drug Store DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky Jersey Bull Henij Simpson 8142 Season 1910 J W H J County Surveyor PHONE 329J Office over F Hart furultur store w T KING LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references I c ICI B F ALTER SWEENEY TIN LY Ii Lancaster Kentucky Auctioneer CARJawrwMUw TNSNCE ti E W Morrow Optician Glasses Fitted Satlsfuetiou Guaranteed M K Denny DENTIST Office over Arnolds Mllllncrr H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky DR Wm BURNETT and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swiaebroai REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Or J B Kinnaird Physical art SnifCM Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 39 J E Robinson LAWYER Mi CWNtt AITMNET Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Mens Garments Rats Cleaned Blocked and Tried b W Faulkner Igr A T SCOTT AuctioneerBuena Vista Keatacky 7 Years Experience sad 7 Years Success Terms reasonable aad satisfactio guaranteed Write Be for dates Will be in eyery conty court day to serve yov- ffMMIf ItB BWRlft Graduate I lllHC Phvs Can u 111111111111 1 J i CA L Lancaster Miss a t a 1Ia l r e- R Wash Suits28 Suits worth 850 and 000 reduced to 498 Suits worth 750 reduced to 398 We have the above Suits in all the various colors neatly and attractively made in the seasons most sirable merchandise Our ReadyMade Wash dresses that we have on hand are going very fast at reduced prices Come in and let us interest you in some real genuine bargains JIT2 IISargaiDsI x nZ JSi i I at Josephs i I 15 1 C The Joseph Mercantile Company i I t 1 17TJ z A deC i t Gossip About People N V V A Brief Mention of the Corning and Goings Ly Those Viz Are In Judge R A Burnside was at home SundayEditor Shelton Saufley of Stanford was here court day Mrs Ann Robinson has returned from a visit in Danville Joe F Price left the past week for a stay in Washington D C Miss Birdie McClure of Stanford is the guest of Miss Alice Kidney Mister Robert Ballard Hajran is vis iting his uncle at Bryantsville Misses Eugenia and Talitha Bourne have been visiting fi lends at Hubble Mrs G W Spangler of Crab Orch ard has been visiiing Lancaster here Mr W S George of Missippi was a guest for several days at the Kengar lan Miss Margaret Uackley of George town is visiting Mrs Jai I lIamil Miss Annie Belle Burnside left this week fora visit to relatives in Monti celloMiss Elizabeth Collier is in Middles biro visiting her brother Charley CollierMr Lary D Jones of Monticello has joined his wife here for a visit to relativesMiss Arnold left Monday for a short xisit to Lexington and Nich olasvilleMiss Francis is in Rich mond visiting Mr and Mrs George Billew Miss Emma Burchell is in Lebanon Junction visiting her friend Mrs Batner Mrs John L Anderson is in Dan vide visiting Mr and Mrs Fisher T GainesMiss left this week for a months stay with relatives in Madison Mrs Captain Millard and son of Colorado are with Mrs Jennie West for a visit Mrs T S Burke of Junction City has been visiting Mrs Emma Iliguin butham Mrs Melvin of Lexington is the guest of Mr and Mrs R H Tomliuson Mrs Miry Ann Best of Lexington is the guest of Mrs J B Conn and daughters Miss Lillie Noel of Danville is the Mrs U D Simpson and DaughterMiss Woolfork of is the attractive visitor of Miss Alene Bourne Mrs Thomas Wall and little daugh ters of Somerset are with Mr and Mrs Wm Lear Mrs R L Hagan and daughter NancyLee visited relatives in Cinci nnati Sunday Misses Ella Mae and Lee Hagan are visiting their aunt on White Lick r L wn ieSanford Harris guestof Nancy s 1 r r Y t 1 I F k Geor Lexington r 1i I i I Miss Bertha Ham of Newby Ky has been the guest of her sister Mrs L J Sanford Mrs Mary Anderson Bacon of Kan sas City is visiting her father Mr John Anderson Miss Bettie West is at home after a I pleasant visit to friends in Winchester and Lexington Miss Mary Elmore and sister Miss Lydia are visiting relatives in Rich mond and Versailles Miss Allie Arnold left Saturday for a visit to her aunt Mrs Hugh Hemp hill of Nicnolasville Little Miss Elizabeth Dudley is at home again after a visit to her grand mother at Richmond Mr and Mrs R h Bronough of Nicholasville were the guests of Mrs W R Cook Wednesday Misses Bessie Brown and Nannie B Herring have returned from a visit to friends in Tlustonville Miss Mamie Bastin is at home from a visit to Misses Pearl and Clara Col lier of Crab Orchard Mr Alex Duty and daughters were in Richmond Monday for the of Mr Malcolm Miller Mr and Mrs W A Price are at home from a visit to Dr and Mrs A S Price of Stanford Mr John Marrs of Richmond was called hero by the death of his niece Miss Margaret Tomlinson Litte Miss Cecil Easton is in Stan ford for a months visit to her grand mother Mrs J II Hamilton Mesdames B D Carter and W P Kincaid of Stanford were quests of MTF J D Burnside Miss nalli3 Brown left Wednesday for a visit to her cousins Misses Fannie Thompson of Boyle Mesdames Merritt Harber and Sal lie Rayburn of Richmond are Mr and Mrs Parker Gregory Miss Margaret Clark the attractive visitor of Miss Helen Gill left Wed nesday for her home in Cincinnati Mrs Eugenia Bush Cox and two bright little children of St Louis are visiting friends and relatives here Mr and Mrs Wm Murphy of Stan ford have been recent visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs U D Simpson Miss Lua May Howaker of Lex ington has been the recent guest of her cousin Miss Anna Britton Moss The Misses Rockers of Stanford and Miss Martha Jones of Kansas City have been visiting Mrs Mattie Denny J Lewis Gill is at home after an meeting tit the Kentucky Press Association spent at Middles boroMr Robert Walker and sister Miss Annie May Walker of Richmond have been Lancaster rela tivesMr James N Denny and daughter Miss Katie Lee were in Richmond Monday lor the burial of Mr Malcolm MillerMisses Margaret and Joan Mount have returned from a meeting of the Kentucky Press Association at Mid dlesboroMrs Howard Rice of Richmgnd Indiana came Monday night for a visit to her mother Mrs H A B Marksbury v Mr and Mrs Robert T Embry are buri it aEl- and guestsof week end visiting enjoyable being entertained at a house party at the home of Mrs Richard Scudder of HustonvilleMr Mrs Herndon Young and baby and Miss Ossie Young are here from Panama visiting Mr and Mrs W G Anderson Miss Knapp West and Master Thom as Cambell of Virginia are visiting Mrs Jeff Dunn of Lexington and Mrs Wm Myall of Paris Little Misses Margaret and Joe i Fauconer of Philadelphia are here for a visit to their grand parents Mr and Mrs W B Mason Elder F M Tirder left Sunday for Tullahoma Tenn where he will be gin a series of meetings He will also visit his brother in Birmingham Hon C H Rodes and Judge C R McDowell of Danville two of the most promnent lawyers in the State were in town Wednesday on legal business Dan Collier Elkin is at home for the vacation from a scholastic year at Andover Mass Academy where he has been preparing for a course at Yale Mr Jeff Dunn wife and son of Lex ington Miss Flowers of Louisville and Miss Patton of Bryantsville were vis iting the family of Mr Jno K West SundayMr H Medley represenative of The Berman Realty Co of Hunting West Virginia ii now in our our city and has charge of the new Haselden edition He will in a few days be ready for business Misses Lettie Mae McRoberts and Nancy Wlker are in Lexington this week attending the Chi Omega Sa rority Biennial Convention They will return home Saturday and will bring with them the following young ladies for a weeks visit Misses Crouch Annie Cleghorn Mary Bibb Eugenia More Catherine Cand ler and Martha Burke The following persons attended the funeral of Miss Margaret Tomlinson Mr Ross Adams and Miss Mary Burns Mr Melvin Harris and wife of Lex ington Messrs E R and Morgan Sparks Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks and MAS Dave Knoble of Nicholasvillej J S Marrs of Richmond W B Marrs of Knoxville Tenn Mr Hen ry romlinson and wife Miss Fannie Tomlinson Mrs Burgess Mr and Mrs Cunningham Mrs Eliza Ballard and sonHogan of Bryantsville Work 24 Hours say The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength languor into energy brainfag into mental power curing Cosstlpation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malaria 25c at B E McRoberts 1m Fog signals Travel Far Submarine fog signals can be heard 15 miles Automoble Wreck As the result of a colision between an Auto and Freight train just outside the city of Monticello Ga Mrs A C Freeman A C Freeman Jr her seven year old son and her brother Louis Camp are dead and her husband Mr Freeman and friend Dr J C Roby are badly injuredr Mr Freeman and family lived in Danville and have many friends thro central Kentucky They were on their way to Danville when the acci dent occured J I J r Lillian a A C tfJiIIr 3 We have a beautiful selection and stock of pprpri teCommencemeftt Gifts Frisbies Drug J gii i large- R Store 1 J i i dbt General News Judge W L Crumbaugh formerly County Judge of Logan county will remove from Eddyvllle to Metropolis III because of the open hostility against him because of his efforts to convict night riders Judge Crum baugh is an old man and although he is not frightened by the threats made on his life be wants to pass the re mainder of his day in peace The BallingerPinchot investigating met in Washington and ad journed to meet in Minneapolis Sep tembei 5 when an effort will be made to agree upon a report Col John W Prowling of Carlisle veteran editor of the Carlisle Mercury died last Saturday after a long illness from paralysis More than a billion dollars was ap propriated at the session of Congress just ended if continuing appropria tions are incorporated in the totals of the general appropriation measures The grand total aggregates at least 1164000000 The Tennessee Supreme Court ren dered a decision declaring the charter bill constitutional and up holding tne commission form of Gov ernment which has been in force in that city since January 1 1910 President Taft signed the public building bill which authorizes the ex penditure of 22000000 but does not actually appropriate the money This appropriation will be left to the next Congress The Senate adopted the Mann white slave bill previously passed by the House which will prevent shipping of women and girls from one State to another for immoral purposes Three daring robbers attacked T A Trandregan a shoe manufacturer and a policeman the streets of Lynn Mass Saturday killing both men and escaping with a bag contain ing the weekly payroll for the shoe factory amounting to 6000 One of the bandits was later shot and killed a second was seriously wounded and the third man surrendered to the po lice A mob attacked the man who surrendered but he was rescued by the police- J Piepont Morgan and Gov Charles E Hughs of New York are to be given honorary degrees by Harvard University at commencement this week according to a New York news paper The degree of master of arts will be conferred on Mr Morgan The doctor of law degree will be on Gov Hughs It is now admitted that the total of dead dying and seriously injured ex exceecjs 200 as the results of the rail road accident In Mexico last week The identified dead numbered fiftythree ofjwhom eighteen were children and twentyfive women ONLY ONE BEST Lancaster Psopls Give Credit Where Credit is Due People of Lancaster who suffer with sick kidneys and bad backs want a kidney remedy that can be depended upon The best is Doans Kidney Pills a medicine for the kidneys only made from pure roots and herbs and the only one that is backed by in Lancaster Heres Lancaster monyMrs B F Walter Hill St Lancas ter Ky says I never fail to praise Doans Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity I haVe not been without a supply of this remedy in the house for years and whenever my back be come lame and painful a few doses relief For some time 1 suffered from kidney trouble The kidney secretions were unnatural and judging from this I knew that my kidneys were disordered At that time it was my good fortune to hear of Doans Kidney Pills and I procured a supply at Frisbies Drug Store Through their use my kidneys were restored to a normal condition For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name ijoan and take DO other 2t committee Memphis guard Dn bestowed yesterday bring prompt e 1 f7 1 cures test L YOITLL FIND IT IN THIS CflWMN Try the new caus that Currey sells I am s 100 cash Just open Candy Try a can at Curreys ing my Jersey Mill for B KElkin Hagan Jwneys Zimmer wawian tr Try one pouod roasted coffee enry Clayfresh R l The weather ife tperHot tohake cakes so buy them tf Fresh 34tf S line Lee Be sure and of Curreys cakes this week tf House and ell located 5 rooms also bath garden wellimproved Apply at this office s tf brand of flour rner 24tf Highest fc rice paid for coun try produce Lee Turner 24tf House a special ty Best 403 Tele phone 16 rJ H Danville Ky 4228C pd Dont Cassady Studio when you Across the street A B Robertson Bros Danville Ky g242t To July 20to from and all way on morning train A great iays outing for only 12 65 include the railroad fare also board at Cave hotel and ad mission to the several routes In Care See large bills and L N Agent Chick Chick CHTck Why pay three and thirty five cents hundred for cracked chicken fron the stores when you can buy food from us consist of oats and screenings for one dollar and sixty per hundred Burnam Bucker 6244t Millers Paint Lick Ky Independence Day Celebration Monday July 4 1910 at Sycam Lodge mouth Sugar creek river di Now Big Fish Fry turtle Buruoo etc Old Parade Oratory String Band Parade I the services of a High Diver and water walker lie 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 performance the date July 4 Syca more Lodge Sugar Creek Kentucky River Garrard county The One Purpose Why do we stay on earth unless U grow Browning Catsklns of Commercial Value The fur trade of the world makes use yearly of more thaa 1000000 cat Little Sunlight in Ireland Ireland owing to a lack of sun and heat peaches grapes and must be grown and ripened under The are conse quently almost Prince Founder of Great Company Prince Rupert and his fellowadven turers with a granted by Charles IL were the pioneers of tile now famous Hudson Bay Company Mound City Paints may cost atrifle bull CL C J E Storoes Lowney Phone 199 grocery 24tf For S el I goo We handle th mar and Ra ng refere ces ox Ba for e w n photographs fr Mammoth ncaster statio s r lar ree T i ill t4t d ars er tee era whea corn Ke cky Garrardconnty uLan sou specialty leis ass B MerryGo oun Chtldrens Song My au of Thee by one Lexin o s best vocalists hay cured 100 ft daredevil Remember skins tomatoes glass prohibitory i c L Fresh groceries est ces esh lot of 3iU pin pple agars fro Curre andy immers fohing in rner one r f ous eRd Cross ee imoving win t ave ins ytis of light charter more 4 I thought that I had been using the Best Flour Made until I tried GLEN flOUR I knew the difference now Lots of pIe tell us this and they mean it too Use one bag of it and you are our cus tomer Ask your grocer Phone 47 and get some Garrard Milling Company WALTER A WOOD The Best and Most Durable Made JohnDeereBuggies Brown and Deere Cultiva tors See the New Deere Sweep Rake NothiDgmade like it Standard Binder Twine can be all Binders All goods outside the Trusts When in Louisville stop at the Preston Hotel corner 3rd and main New outfit Gobys celebrated restaurant adjoining Good and clean service We recomend this Hotel and Restaurant to our friends in Garrard County J R Mount Son Co Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a da- yS V MOSSPhone 190 v On Juty 1st A change will be made in the style of this firm I am very anxious therefore to have every account on my book closed by that date May 1 But ask that you do not watt forme to see you persoHally count either by cash or note These ac count must be closed so please spare trouble and lime ot sending a collector to yoa Druggist 111111111I i i i I lilY I pea 1 i i i tt i i 111111111IIIIIIIIIIII II r Mowers and Rates 1m usedon 8f Arlii ij J ffi j J 1t i t i 1 I i l but call on us before July 1st tM R cloberts cI j I t 1 l Binders 0 Li 1 l j xr k 1- a r and close your sae II L Balance Our Ice Cream against any other delicacy and it will be found to excel all others in popular and never tiring satisfaction When yo cannot eat else you enjoy a dish of our ICE CREAM f Z y S1 11S i ianything caD till z z c z s x 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 Do Not Miss The mond 1910 Come and bring all your family and friends to the greatest Fair Richmond has ever had WIll I IX I I I I flS W IP i lIIIIII I JUlY 20 21 22 23 ViDi OSCSt iiFSUSC S09iGir 4 txslxir dSA9aS Sk Rich p i K H M J 71 BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Oflce PboM 3L Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Subscribe for Record DrKMgs V IMMIIII ft K HxJUjbertsDrmg Store c KILL COUCH cv fIIC8rr DDJIDJID TiIE LuNCw- ITM Its dlss Fos- sML NuMT iit M L DIIINILES- ifid3Ti VVV FOR SALE For Cash or Produce Wanted Fresh Clean Eggs Hens Ducks Geese and Turkeys at highest market price Just received car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot pace below this heading is for the ojcolo BW of oar former subscribers and la for th sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to tise No notice will be accepted over fonr lines and will be only in two leases of the EcceBB free of charge For Sale A handsome bed Mrs Wood Marksbury Strayed to my 3 young sheep Thog Owen I r Cheap B HNortlicotiI 1 I Coal I FARMERS COLUMN hive ado oak fuldi John place K i rag Farm and Stock nave regular hours to feed the fowls Giva fovvls and chickens plenty of water Henley V Bastin sold 20 hogs to V A Lear at S 50 per hundred Poor hatches are caused outside the as many times as in them Tear out the musty old montersand feed all long hay from the floor Mr R L Elkin sold a yearling ny to Danville parties for 150 G W Spangl r of Crab Orchard sold a mare to T U Robinson for 155 Walker Brothers bought a pair of mares from James Baughman of Lin tuba for 510 Mr Alex Gibbs sold his cattle for July delivery ti Mr Joe Baits of Mad ison county at 7 cents Kindness begets kindness A that floes not love his dumb animals had better keep them on the farm One of ehe largest cattle deals evi r made in Kentucky was Monday when M nte Fox of Danville purchased 1185 head of cattle from Long West Cum pany a firm at an average price of about 90 per head The deal aggregated over 8110000 A farmer that has hired help should be careful what kind of help he hires and hot hire a man that will club his cattle or jerk and whip his horse Many a fine young horse has been spoiled by a hightempered farm hand Maura cow has been made ferocious by and often an innocent to death The disposition to be made of the manure of the farm both fermented and unfermentea must be determined largely by the nature of tbe crop and soil Where improvement of the condition of the soil is the principal object sought fresh manure best adapted for this purpose to heavy soils and wellrotted manure to light soils Concrete tloors in the hog pens have been found a great help in keeping the hogs free from lice and many farmers ire now adopting concrete floors for the hog houses With such a floor it is asy to keep the houses clean Hogs as rule get lice on them during the feeding seasons A good piling tank can readily be made for auclrdippingr filling with water ac cording to the size of the hogs Thi is filled partly full of water and then a proper proportion of one of the coal tar dips is added say about a quart of the dip to a tank threcquai ters full of water The hogs driven through this tank occasionally can be kept entirely free from lice and in a good thriving condition thriving condition because hogs infested with lice never are in that condition and so an occas the tank not only keeps the hogs growing better but saves the feed given them Protect Our Song Bird Oiesof the deputy game wardens of the county arrested some boys day on the out skirts of who were dressing eight robins that had been killed in violation of the law Says the Hupkinsvil e New Era The penalty prescribed is 5 fine for each bird killed or had in possession It would be cheaper to buy chickens even at present high paices It is not generally known especially by the boys that it is unlawful kill any sung bird any time and only game birds duringthe open season for them which is from August 15 to January 1 for doves November 15th to Jan I fur quail While Mrs Sage and others are spending thousands of dollars prevent the extermination of the bud especially the robins thought less boys and shortsighted men tb destroy them Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable neversay die kind the loud that you need most when you have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satisfac lion is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It bas saved thousands of hopeless sufferers Itmasters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup aslhma fever and cough and is safe and certain for all bronchial affections 50c L 00 Trial bottle free at R E Mc Roberts 1m Kentucky Fair Dates Madisonville July days Richmond July day Henderson July days LANCASTER July days Versailles days Danville August days daysTaylorsville August days Harrodsburg August days Vanceburg August 10 days Lawrenceburg August 1C 4 days daysBroadhead August days Shelbyville August 23 I days London August days Erlanger August 24 4 days Nicholasville August days Fern Creek August 30 4 days Ilardinsburg August 30 3 days Bar bourville August 31 2 days Hodgenvi le September 6 3 days Falmouth September 28 4 days daysMonticello Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 12 G days r r I i eggs i i po- farmer nut consumed expert i mistreatment gores person mechanical is lter and We say iunal use Uf t at and continue remedy 195 204 255 273 August 34 33 Union town 95 94 Ewing 174 234 303 I i fresh r Central sect so who uinh most V T S- c1 p t lie tong at al a i BUENA VISTA The farmers are busy cutting wheat Misses Susan and Essie Jennings yisited in Harrodsburg last week Mr Virgil Wilds of Burgin has been visiting Mr and Mrs J J Poor Miss Nora Christopher of Somerset is visiting her cousin Miss Bernyce R P Ison and daughter of Mc Creiry spent tne weeks end with Mr and Mrs R H Brown of Lan caster visited S W Poor and family Sunday Mrs John A skins of McCreary has been the guest of J W Askins and family Miss Mary Belle McCann of is the guest of her sister Mrs H S Christopher Mr and Mrs B B Lane and daugh ter inlaw Mrs Shelby Lane have re tvrned to their home in Lexington after a pleasant visit with relatives Miss Florence Christopher is taking summer course at the Ricbmend Normal having accepted the position as teacher in tbe Graded school at Burgin PKEACUEllSYlLJLK Little Miss Ruby Cress has been VIE fling Mrs T W Jones at Stanford Mrs Jane Bell been visiting ber friend Mrs J M Cress Rev Pierce Bryant preached at tbe Baptist church last Sunday Miss Katie Payne of Tappbana yis relatives here Mr Fado Parks our cleyer black smith and miller has been complain ingMrs John Richcrdson and daughter visited Mrs Levi Bell Sunday Mr and Mrs J M Cress and little son Joseph were visiting Mr and Mrs James Hayes near Crab Orchard Mrs W C Cummins has been her father Mr H F Newland and wife on Cedar Creek Mr and Mrs Henderson of Paint Lick were with Mr and Mrs John Williams Mr Tom Naylor sold some hogs to Mr J R Rlgsby at 81c Mr and Mrs John Bell were Mr and Mrs Levi Bell Miss Sarah Howard of near Crab Orchard was selected to teach this years term of school at tbe Hobbtt school house near here A better se lection for this school would be hard tomake Mr Quincy Naylor and Master Blankeusbip were visiting their friend John B Anderson Miss Euima Holtzclaw of Gilberts Creek who so successfully taught the Preachersvllle school which is known as Clay Bank College last year will preside again this year Miss Holtz claw is held in high esteem by both patrons and pupils Mr James J Whitr of Tuscon has been visiting his brother Mr W P White Mr James Rigsby who has been sick has been moved to Dr Spatter Sanitarium near Crab Orchard Mrs George Colsonls better The cabbage snake scare has reach ed this place A specimen being at W H Cummins store Mr J H Thompson has oats grown on the old Holtzclaw dowery which are 6 feet two inches tall Mr George B Colson sold a mule to Curtis be also bought three calves ol John Martin for 42 Mr J H Thompson sold a car load of hogs to Robert Thompson of Crab Orchard at 93 85 per cwt LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Jane 20 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 773 3438 4817 Shipments 131 1039 180S CATTLE Shippers 0259725 Butcher steers extra 6 25 6 75 Good to choice 5 50 25 Common to fair 3609535 Heifers extra 6109815 Good to choice 5 25 GOO Common to fair 3259500 Cows extra 635550 Good to choice 4509825 Common to fair 2009425 Canners 2 CO 3 00 Bulls balognaa 4 0094 50 Extra 9475 Fat bulls CALVES extra 858 6 50 8 00 Common and large 4009600 HOGS good packers and butchers 9 15 9 20 Mlxtdpapkers 109 30 Stags Common to choice heavy tat sows 0 25 7 40 Light shippers 9409950 Pigs 110 Ibs and less 910950 SHEEP extra Good to choice Common to fair 2 0093 iO LAMES extra 8109825 Good to choice Common to lair 40096 20 POSTEDThe Ing to all persons not to trespass upon oar lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price Herring f W A Price S L Rich MrsP W Klnnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson JW Sweeney ZTBlce Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E Daniels Anderson HC Arnold WGAnderson L H Brown G Y Conn T W Coon J G Conn PilrfriHwmeTobsvcoCo ScottMrs Lex- Ington has ted visiting ArI- zona exhibited Gover at 8110 n n 5 50 Fair to good D 6 257 00 4 25 00 00 JnoK Farra SquireD E F W JD Hamilton ClulrJ re- yes visiting Henry ajt 3504 6508 SEmbry Jas Sutton B H C G s 4s y I a j I LEFT HIM HOLDING THE Seems Mean Thing to Do But Many Will Sympathize with Irate Householder The night was still Nights are The householder had built fire in the wood stove with a couple of old newspapers which warmed up the vicinity sufficiently to enable him to prepare for bed without excessive suffering Then he made a shivering run for the bed and crawled beneath the covers with chattering teeth and hooked his knees over his ears in his effort to keep warm Then he swore Afar down in the unlighted coldmattinged hallway the telephone buzzed merrily The house holder tried to persuade himself that it was a mistake It just the tinkle of broken icicles on the glass jected strongly to this and buzzed fu riously The householder arose and hurried down the stairs They were not warm The hall was cold and silent The telephone kept up its persistent clamor Eilo said the householder wrathfully Ello Is that 3456 inquired a voiceYes the householder what dye want Does a family named Mullins live next door to you Yes said the househoHer what of itI wish said the voice youd send over there and ask Miss Mullins to come to the Huh inquired the householder unbelievingly visions of dressing in the cold room and parading out into the night flooding his brain Get her soon as you can said the voice Im in a hurry Got to catch a train Then the householder came to a swift decision Hold the line he said Then he calmly hung up the receiver and went to bed Isnt that our phone asked the householders wife after a while Ive been hearing it for half an hour It aint for us said the household er curling up comfortably They had the wrong some one named Mullins A MISTAKE LINE was obI phone 1 numberwanted Y generally mss think we ought to dc something to honor his memory a good Idea He wasnt much account but he had a corking fine memory An Exaggeration Mrs E R Thomas the day her horse Nemesis won at Gravesend was congratulated on the brilliant success of her racing stable When one wins Mrs Thomas an swered ones losses are forgotten But in racing ones losses are many an the keeping of a stable has its troublesThe idea of a racing stable the idea that it is one long triumph and joy is very wrong It is as as the foreigners of our mammoth hotels This man said of our hotels In America everything is on a grand scale They have gigantic buildings of incredible splendor 1 lived in New York in a hotel of such colossal proportions that when I rang the bell Thursday evening the waiter would come to my room Monday morn ing Oh the Mistletoe Bough The village amateur operatic recently essayed to give a of a musical play written round the story of The Mistletoe Bough As a vocalist the heroine was not a success and hi additioa she had the misfortune when playfully hiding in the ancient oak chest kindly lent by the local grocer to hear the lid go down with a click The lid of your box is locked whispered the alarmed stage manager to the grocer who was In the front seatShe aint agoing to sing no more is she was the cautious inquiry Her spirit appears im the next act and sings twice said the manager Oh do it came the reply That Im agoin to hide the key Spirited Tale What did you do when the car bore down upon I held my breath and My How strong you must be He then turned aside and chewed a clove Farm Sale As executor of David Chenault 1 will sell privately tbe farm on which be resided about one mile from Richmond Kentucky on the pike This is one of tbe most de sirable homes In Madison county about 30 acresof rich bluegrass suitable for tobacco abundance of fruit of all kind running water nice house of eight rooms ball with the usual out houses On the place is a lot of tine locust It farm Is sold cats give possession IB tnlrty days Anyone desiring to see the place call oa Mrs Cneaanlt at the farm Judge J C basalt Bich ondKyMorJ W UrKy 104f SmithsonI JacksonThats exaggerated description company performance your Far deceased land- aU plenty arch etc Lanes a Irvine quite Elmore ANY day that youd like to know some thing about the best clothes made in a store where nothing but the highest grade Merchan dise is handled drop in on us and let us show you some of our file clothes Theyll interest you theyre mule of strictly allwool 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 jtii suits from 18 to 30 Ready for service 1 Jas W Smth USED UNIVERSALLY t j I HART SHAPPNER MARX i i I i E fabrics yearsagoBut now thefactsThey are used today from the Atlantic to the Pacific for alt kinds 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