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The Land of Mm THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DE3WGRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT Irmn Tbe Land oftf TWENTY YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 22 19IOFIRST 15 II Frorr xurta itt Mr Farmer We have one of the best CULTIVATORS market No trouble to ex plain its merits Now is a gdod 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 o nth e oJ CONN BROTHERS w- I 4 a J 1 Best Yet Lancaster Fair Dont Miss It The Central Kentucky Medical composed of Doctors in Lin coin Boyle Mercer and Garrard win meet at the Kengarlan Hotel Thurs day morning at 1030 July 21 This is the oldest District Society in the State and is usually well attended The local physicians are expecting a full attendance The stock certificates are ready for all who will call upon J E Stormes Treas or J B Kinnaird Sec and pay their subscriptions to the Lancas ter Hospital The work on the is progressing nicely but it takes money to pay for material and work Dont hinder nor embarrass the work by not your subscription Better Service On last Sunday morning a twohour schedule was put on the Lexington Nicholasyille traction line Since the line was completed a threehour sched ule has been in effect and the new schedule offers much better service The cars now leave Lexington on the even hours and leave Nicholasville the odd hours The last car from Lexington to Uicholasvllle leaves at 8 p m and from Nicholasville iugton at 9 p m Richmond Fair This Week The Richmond Fair is on this week and will last through Saturday A special from there says that a good crowd attended the first day and that a large crowd was expected the days Fine horses for the show ring from all parts of the State are on hand as well as fine cattle and other stockAll the fine stock will be at Lan caster next week as the horsemen are very much pleased with the former Lancaster Fairs and never miss one i Locates In Lancaster After two years of hard study at the best law school in St Louis Mr H Clay Kauffman has returned home and will practice hi chosen profession here He was admitted to practic Law in the State at Kentucky lost week having passed the required ex amination at Lexington before the Circuit Judge and two leading For the present he will study under Mr Lewis L Walker and will occupy part of Mr Walkers offices Mr Kauffman is a very bright young man and a fine student and with the untiring efforts that confront every young lawyer he is sure to succeed and bring credit and honor to himself and to that noble profession which has chosen for his lifes work We are glad to welcome him back to our little City and wish him that success and prosperity that comes to those who do what is right and honorable jJ i i S r r i paying r r I r on- t I r r toLax r I r I r r r I I f r r r her I r Association building t following attorneys I I 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 Bargains In Every Department Will sell you any thing in our line cheaper than you can buy the same quality elsewhere K Lancaster Kentucky n 0I r r i A0gig0 0K0X X0i0V Vv V V I CUT PHIC ClOTHING fI if I i il i i 1 price I 1 j i EE ICcI 1I8 I Ie tII X K ii KK i11xme i Pss 1 s- dn Ix Itt Ix tt SALE Ixl i 1 p 1Wff1 IN N pe O R 4 u jOif iW t w Next week is the Lancaster Fair Dont Miss It Buy New Auto Mr Sam Haselden has returned from Louisville where lie purchased a new E M F 30five passenger touring car for 1365 complete including wind shield and top He drove home from Louisville and arrived here Sunday evening Haselden Bros have secured the agency for this machine as well the Flanders 20 and have contract ed for six new machines to be delivered in the next year Automobiles are becoming more popular all the time and Lancaster has about as many as any small town we know Our Fair When one more week rolls by we will be in the midst of one of the best fairs that Garrard County has ever knownWe that the people of the town and County appreciate the ef forts of the Fair Association to get up a good Fair one that is a credit to its people one that does much towards advertising Garrard County and business and money to our people as well as pleasure and happiness to every man woman and child who at tends therefore let us urge you the people of Garrard County to attend the Fair and to do everything that is in your power to make it a success Remember next Wednesday Is the first day Crab Orchard Springs Sold A deal is on foot among a number of wellkcowng Harrodsburg capitalists to organize a stock company whereby it is proposed to purchase the celebrated Crab Orchard Springs and make it one of the largest health resorts m the South An option has been obtained on the springs and hotel property for 33000 and it is more than likely that it will be taken over before the expi ration of the ninety days allowed by the present owners Those interested in the deal are Col D L Moore Judge John W Hughes W J Poteet of Harrods burg They propose to expend 000 in improvements on the property and organize a company with a capi talization of 8100000 Crab Orchard Is one of the oldest and most famous health resorts in this country and should this deal go through it will mean that many more people will spend some of their time at this splendid place Trustee and the School When the general education of the masses is accomplished it will be done through the public schools of the state This is a condition so much desired that we feel justified in call ing public attention to any thing that will aid in bringing it about The suttees of the district school does not depend alone upon the teach er be a coopporat ion of the teacher truste and parantage with an ambitious pupilage The proper person for trustee is almost as important for the success of as any of the agencies mentioned If an incompetent trustee secures the services of an efficient and satisfactory teacher it is by chance Whether or not the subdistricts of the county who hold elections Aug ust 6th will have a suitable trustee for the next two years depends upon the results of the election Every good citizen owes it to his community to aid in getting some suitable person to act as trustee of his school Patronizes Home Paper This office has just gotten out a big lot of bills for Mr James W Smith ad vertising his second big clearance sale Mr Smith states that he is very much pleased with our work and that he could not have gotten a belter bill in the City at the price we charge This is the only Printing office in Garraad County and we are prepared to do any kind of printing at a reasonable price so therefore ask of the good people to give us their support and in return we will guarantee first class work We think that we are entitled to your business for has the City printing office the interest of our County at heart Do they advocate through the columns of their paper the tnings that are of special interest to Lancaster County On the other hand we wish to reiterate that we at all times and on all occasions do that we think is for the best interest of the people of Lancas ter and Garrard County Swope Dr Benjamin M Swope President cf the Bank of Bryantsville and one of the most prdtainent citizens of this CoUnty died at his home in Bryants ville at ten oclock Monday night after a illness of a complica tion of diseases He was 82 years of age and for a number of years has been very influential in at all tjmes was loyal and true to his many friends and to the cause Democracy He has many friends in Garrard County all ofwhom will hate to hear of the death of this good man The burial took place in the Danville Cem etery at two oclock Tuesday after noon services at the grave by the Rev Josiah pastor of the Methodist church at Bargin Dr Swope is survived by four his wife having died several years children are R K Swope W H Swope and B P Swope of ville and Mrs George Bagsdal of as- tor bringing May be 50 and Garrard everything GOd U There must the school politics and conducted children ago the Bryan Plea M t Bill I t w Union Services next Sunday night in the Park if the weather is fair otherwise in the Badtis Church Sermon by F M Tinder The Lyceum Comedy Co will show here in a tent on the lot opposite Mr Gotts residence on Depot street the entire week of the fair This com pany has been coming here during the fair for some time and puts up a good show The Danville Hop Club will give I its annual fair dance Thursdy Au t gust 4th at the Rink The famous First Regiment Band of Louisville will furnish the music This event is always looked forward to with much interest by Danville and Central Ken tucky Society Dmville Messenger Mrs Robert Cox the wife of a prom inent Garrard County farmer died Sunday at 12 oclock at her home one mile from town on the Crab Orchard road Mrs Cox was a good Christian woman and a devoted member of the Christian church We extend to the husband and children our deepest sympathy in the dark hour of great sorrow No words from man can mend their bleeding hearts their only comfort is that the just God knows best and He alone can ease their heart achesThe obituary in todays paper ex press very forcibly the tender love of the family for this loving wife and mother Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon by Elder F M Tinder interment in Lancaster Ceme tery Hid In River Cliffs John who lives in this county in the Bryantsville neighbor hood is at large in the Kentucky river cliffs and is being hunted by a gang of men from Mercer and by the sheriffand his deputies of this county On last Thursday Grimes attempted to assault little Mary Ashford who lives near Mundays Landing in Mer I cer county The little girls screams j attracted the of a negro who f gave the alarm and had Grimes Authorities from Mercer county started to Lexington with him to land him in jail there but Grimes leaped from the window of a moving train near High Bridge and since has been in hiding in the cliffs of the Ken tucky river lIe was last seen by a j possee from the Mundays Landing section Monday They saw him in the Buena Vista section crawling i along in some shrubery and fired sev eral times at him but havent been able as yet to catch him It is be lieved that he will be lynched caught wbie the excitement is at such high pitch however we hope that this will not happen and that Grimes will be caught and let the law handle him which will be as severe as the mob Game of Craps Ends In Killing James Ross who has been running a little grocery store near Hammock in this County was shot twice with a pistol by Quince Tankersly at the store of Ross last about three oclock Dr William Burnett was telephoned for immediately and brought the wounded man in his auto mobile to the new hospital in Lancas ter where an operation was made Sun day morning Ross was bit twice one shot taking effect in the left arm ajout the elbow and the other in the right side penetrating the liver and the stomach Ross died from the of the wounds Monday morning about five oclock and was buried TuesdayBoth deceased man and Tank ersly were born and reared in Garrard County and were neighbors each being about thirty years of age Ross was a son of the late David G Ross and is survived by a wife and mother He had the reputation of being a peacea ble and quiet young man and had many friends in the neighborhood where he was raised Reports as to the shooting are con flicting but from the best information obtainable the accused man and with some others had been en gaged in a game of craps on Saturday night which had lasted up to a short while before the shooting Tankers ly had been drinking and when considerably under the influence of liquor a quarel arose and he drew his pistol and fired three shots two of which took effect in the body of Boss It is reported that when Tankersly shot Boss bad hIs hands up asking him not to shoot To a representative of the Record the accused man stated that he did not intend to shoot Boss but was shooting at another person who was shooting at him at the time and that the shooting of Ross was uninten tional and that Ross was his friend Tankersly was arrested by Sheriff Ballard Sunday morning and landed injailOn morning he was before County Judge and his trial set for next Tuesday Card of Thanks We take this method of thanking our for their deeds of afknew and bereavemenTT B L Cox and Family The City authorities us that all automo ilea in the City lTniiti above speed Unit will be prosecuted and med Cox Grimes at tention If I I I I Sunday morning 1 I I I deceased brou t many klndeJI i the ho Ntic ha riotlfted pe ns w n r arrested effects examining ends l f y Dont get hot and Mad Try a Per fection Oil Gook Stove AND KEEP COOL Every Stove Guaranteed HASELDEN BROS REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES SLEDGE HAMMER S iii I a I iI rI I I I I S f4 11 I I Sale I CKiIRC 7 iW Gv4aClrC 4l9Ct i4SOi6 FSiiG3 G KvYF 6CTJiACSS i t t F k F Et Rain or I Julg7fRain or Shine If you are in doubt about the right road to take for the best Merchandise Follow the Crowd It will inevitably lead you to theSLEDGE HAMMER SALE- at the White Elephant Store Lancaster Kentucky I I I I Ii J Now is your chance to buy DUbbltu I am over stocked and they must be sold Come before they are all gone W J Romans I i CHAP I Miriilj 3 Il 2 b CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED t ISSUED WEEKLY too A YEAR From The Land Of Now GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor Xntered el te Pat Office in Lancaeter ca SeeondCUtt Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky July 22 1910 Political Announcements For Precinct and City Oftlccs 500 Offices 1000 For State and District Onices 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 line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS ITarvev film of Lincoln County Womans Suffrage There has recently been more or less agitation of the question pf wo mans suffrage and while we approach the subject with some timidity for fear of provoking an argument yet views are firm and fixed The ouly that should be considered in reaching a proper as to this matter is what 5s best for woma It occurs to us that the casual reader of hi tory is forced to the conclusion that womau the highest has beld and indeed the highest that has reached She is the queen of the home the guiding spirit of children and the consolation and of her husband She is held in such esteem by man faire is as much protected from insult and injury by a stranger who is a gentleman as by hei most devjted friend Man worships her and gives his substance for her maintenance and his life for her henor She is respected and honored by all and the future generations are left by God in her care and keeping She must train and raise those who are to take our places and maintain our county and its fre institutions- To bring woman into active and orous competition with men in and you would not raise the latter to the high plain on which the former stands bring her down with the lower level of met where political and business jealousies and envies hare full operation If any woman thinks she wishes suffrage let her go and spend a short time in some place where men and women come into active and her observation will soon teach her that the great Creator put her at her right place as the ruler of her home which if she rules well proper she can find no time to in the undesirable field of politics The experience of the ages and every element of reason and common answers the question that it ii not best for women that she be given suf However all of her rights must be guarded with jealous care and the must be ever held in the high and honorable esteem which she so justly deserves The Old State House Buildings The question as to what should be done with the old State House tugs and grounds is still unsettled the buildings are going to decay with out doing any ore any good Nearly every person who takes an interest ID public affairs has an tj the disposition of this property however many of them will disagree but all will agree that something should be dune One suggestion has been that place be converted into a historical museum to be in charge of the State Historical Society another was to donate it bur a law school or normal school while still another was to do pate it to the city of Frankfort to as a public park The Frankfort Business Mens Club want every citizen of the State who will take the trouble to do so to vote on the matter and to send his vote to the Business Yens Club Frankfort Ky with the understanding that the total vote on each proposed disposition of the property shall be submitted to the next Legislature with the request that they pass a law in accordance with the wishes of the majority as expressed in this vote Our State should take a pride ri preserving this historical old Capitol at Frankfort and we believe that tilt Business has hit upon the proper method to find out the peoples desires Every Citizen who feels in teiested should express his opinion to the Club Disturbers ef the Peace Moving picture concerns that paid enormous sums lor the privilege photographing the recent prize fight are preparing to invade all the great cities of the country with their disgusting show Decency and rood order require that the public ex liibltioa of these pictures should be I rofeibited It is bad enough to per vert the morals and ideals of a com malty with such shows But would be Btuch worse to allow them to incite race riots throughout the eotntrj Several cities have already actkiH to support reports Eagland and India D i a u ElI and Fur Fur County Interest quest ion conclusion occupies position shr anyone helpmate vi business politics bayou 0 Menslub f troy r r 1 e I RstIs i su eve he an spen sen rage bull an ideas tb bused o fi it- t takes themselves alai t- I g that the British authorities taking steps to exclude the shows The moving picture concerns are in large measure responsible for the of the JeffriesJohnson type of pugilism The enormous sum of money which they pay for privileges are ustronii tempta tion to pugilists and promoters The entire suppression of prize tight pic tures throughout the country will strike at the root of the evil and make the recurrence of such hrutal encounters less likely Public citlzens everywhere should see to it that niuncipal authorities outlaw the pictures The Independent Pull Together The best way to build up a city Is for each and every man in it not to strive to rend and tear down When ever a man in the town is doing wen dont tear him down All the rest dents of a town are partners nut In all livelihood the more business dune by your rival the more you will do Every gentleman treats his customer honestly courte ously and fairly will get his share and the more business that can be se cured by united effort the wetter it will be for When a town ceases to grow it commences to die and the more people to try kill off each other in their business and good name the more rapidly will utter ruin come Stand together for advancement of every citizen If a man shows obit ity to prosper do not pull him back with jealously cr weigh him down with cold indifference The Newspaper- A good newspaper is the grandest temporal blessing that God has given the people of this country In the first place all the people read the news papers and the newspapers furnish the greater proportion of the reading to file people They dont read books The old people look for deaths the young look for the business men read the business and financial columns Great libraries make a few intelligent men and women but lift the nation into the Try to live a life that is worthy the highest praise but let all of that praise come from the lips of others The man who praises himself does so lecause no one else has found occasion Jo du so The Sale of Tipping Privileges It was said of the late Edward S Stokes that he required all the tips given his hotel employes to be turned over to him and no employe was al lowed to leave the house until he had emptied his pockets says the New York Herald New Yorlc City hotels today now accomplish much same thing by a different proces They sell out the tipping privileges at so much a month or year to trusted employes Coatroom privileges in larger hotels sell for from 5000 to 10000 per annum and one hotel is al leged to have received as high as 50 todhigh prices paid the men owning tip stands gathered in more than 100000- e from generous visitors Take a large hotel entertaining only the wealthiest persons Vehicles at at least two sides of it At each entrance stands the man who helps personS out and calls their vc hides when wanted He has a corpse of assistance The lowest price paid the Intel for the door privileges in New York is 75 a or 900 a year for medium sized The highest price paid is 10000 a is the eoat room privileges which the hotel prupiictcr one of tLe highest There a story that when the palm rooms of one of the big hotels was opened as a novelty several years ago the tip revs nue of the hotel averaged 110000 for two years from checking hats and out been paid by the owner or the tip tak ing privilege for checking garments alone With scarcely an exception all head porters of hotels have wealthy from tips which they take from all the under porters No mat ter who gets the money the tip goes to the head porter When a patron on departure seeks out the head por ter and hands him a bill of from 1 to he also pays the porter who hand les his trunks a quarter or hilf dollar and this ultimately gets tutu the head porters pocket Dining room tip privileges are ab solutely in the hands of the head wait ors who while not taking all the grat uities received by waiters receive a liberal share The bell boy privilege is also drift ing iuto the hands of one man al though this system is not yet general Even the elevator men in many big hotels are now syndicated by one tip taker sums to be divided among several men owning the privileges to collect them In utueiwords a round sum which cannot be estimated but which must run into millions represents the an nual incomes of syndicated takers Work 24 Hours a Day The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a globule of health that changes weakness into strength languor into energy brainfag into mental power curing Cosstipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malaria 1m indicate are continuance opponents aPe man ilges sunlight u arrive pr pTbtor hot yeard rentals i large 10 rangefrom tip In New 25c at B EJlcBoberts f cO v iJO photographic spirited wh tall newspapers u th tU montt i fu th York i Base Ball League Some of the base ball fans of Lan caster Stanford HusionviHe and Harrodsburg will meet in Danville next Tuesday to discuss plans for or ganizing a league for the above named towns two games a week tobe played by each town This will mean if their present plans materialize that we will have a ball game once every wceic from now until the season is over i The Lancaster boys have a good team and will stand a good forj the pennant Election of Trustess August 6th one half the school sub dig tricts in all the count is of the state will on Saturday August CMi elect trustees who will hold office for two Tears In order to be a candidate for trustee there must be a petition filed i with the county clerk signed by least ten persons qualified to vote at j the election asking the clerk to print the derircd trustees name upon the ballot The election will begin at oclock and end at five No per sou is eligible to vote in this election j who is not over twenty one years of j age who has not been a resident of al least sixty days prior to the election and who is not able to read and write as certified to bv five reputable citizens A visitor shall be elected for the col ored schools at the same time person is eligible to vote at the Lion of a visitor except qualified and no one can legally sign the nominating ptttion for the colored school visitors except qualified colored votersTuesday July the 26th is the day fur tte filing of the nomination petitions with the couuty Clerk in to be candidates for trustee or col ored school vivisor The duties of visitor is to visit and look after the interest of the colored school of the subdistricts and make recommendation to the district board Good Work for The Council The City Council met on Tuesday night and passed an ordinance the snowing of JeffriesJohnson prize fight pictures in Lancaster also prohibiting the sale of vehicles cut medicine uierclmndisectc on the streets Ve are indeed glad to see both cf these ordinances passed by the Coun cil of the fist named one we gave u sr views in an editorial last week and wish to reiterate that the Council uvted very wisely in prohibiting the pictures the latter one should have been passed many years ago and we are glad to see the merchants and good people of Garrard county protected from these people who cl im to give you something for nothing when coin teaches us that they do not du this which would include Milt Mead or beerine or as it is sometimes called Cream of Hops and the Council e1 to grant the license There is an ordinance which prevents the sale of this in our city however we understand that Mr Gott will probably go into court and have it say whether or not the City has the right to pass such an or dinauce We think that the court wi 1 decide in favor of the City if they should not the city would be forced to license and there would be no wav to rid the community of these places where Hops are sold Criticises Prison Commissioners The Interior Journal criticises Board of Prison Commissioners for undue sympathy of the Board for those convicted of crime has been com in the following language Few people in the State realize the extent to which political trading is carried on by the powerful oligarchy of three penitentiary Commissioners Its a common saying at Frankfort that a member of the Legislature can get the worst murderers in State prison out on parole if he wants him and is to be il ht on the Prison Commissioners race And theres none who has quite as much influence with the members are seeking guards positions for some staunch supporters back home as these same Commissioners Such things ought not to be It isnt right that attorneys representing large should be permitted to hold State carring with them such opportunity for influencing the Ltw making body The Piison should be appointed by the governor or elected by the people What to Teach Girls Teach them to spend within their incomeTeach them good common sense selfhelp and industry Teach them that good health and a bright face are better than cosmetic Teach them how to purchase and see that the amount tallies with the purchaseGive girls a thorough educe tion Teach them to nook and pr pare the food of the household Teach them to wash to iron to darn stockings on buttons to make their own dresses Teach them to wear a calico dress that is paid for with more comfort than a one which is still owing them marrying a man principle is like putting to sea compass jor rudder finally teach them that matrimon ial happiness depends not oh wealth nor on appearance but on personal character K s e s I I i i I at I l lone I the subdistrict I No flee last pat- f I aperefus- e already next obecr however rant PalInteriorsuen knows next andwho corporations S Commissioners r chance About i voters order prohibiting mans ease th cfiic sew silk Teach without without r9 I HUTSLet us Beautify and Improve If you come Uncle Sum makes it for remotu customer to deal us B Mail Us Your Order I we guarantee act patterns prices Our stock off I Furniture 6arpets Rugs Vall Paper I Etc is complete your we are no farther thane the nearest nrtF G TlH 1 II L U j3 I Phone 5 LANCASTER KY I I I n r canti Homer possible the most with real values 1 and lowest y We solicit patronage Remember atical Mriii r i7 iat r r Bryan on Personal Liberty The most notable recruit of the pro hibition ranks is Hon William Jenn lugs Bryan who has come out in his newspaper The Commoner em against the saloons aarl saloon arguments His influence will be extensive Dealing with the spurious pleas of the liquor dealers that prohibition is an unwarranted of per sonal liberty Mr Bryan says What is meant by personal liberty Does it mean that a person has a right to drink in anyquanity at any time and ill any placo no matter what injury ho may inflict on others A drunken man is a menance to the lives and property of those about him hi s neighbors no right to protect them selves A drunkard robs his wife and children and may finally make his and himself a charge on has society no right to protect itself The saloon is nextofkin to the bro thel and the rambling hell it is the rendezvous of the criminal element and the willing tool of the corrupt politician has not the body politic a right to protect itself from the de moralization which the saloon works Personal liberty must not curtail or deny any other persons liberty One mans liberty stops short at the Hm its of other mens lights Mr Bryans aid in the great battle which is now being fought for the American home is heartily welcome Christian Ob YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN j Try the n that Currey sells the Lances 100 cash Candy fc L Elkin lot of Lowneys ttf R Zimmer The weather i i topHot to bake cakes so buy them If Be sure and this week oneW Currcys cakes flats at cost cost fur the next 30 days great bargains T152L iViss Rt lid Arnold My tity bi Is pa would like for iudebtarl to me to please settle at once 7152 Wi s IMla Arnold Lost or stolen black mare u last seen at j July 13th 7 7222t pd ear old She was urry Wednesday 1 C W Goode Nicholasville Ky Wanted White Oak Logs write us for prices Standing Timber and Bed Oak Mill Hardwood Flooring Co Louisville Ky 784t I infri ement I have I family society- e server an b w So e ale due and I cal lid A fou m e ode r dod red Wil also Wh le a i I C aticaiI1Phi moo cake Every on wi eve a large time a Fair I am stai- it my Jersey uZ Just opened a fro urre Fresh Lown ndy ayZiimer- s3Itf tf are uy Lumber Louisville Pia r J t r v To Mammoth July SOti from Lancaster and all way on regular morning train A great three auCfhir for only 12 Go This will the railroad fare also board at Cave hotel and ad mission to the several routes in Cave See large bills aud L N Agent 62441 Chick Chick Chick Why pay three dollars and thirty I five cents per hundred for cracked chicken reM from the stores when you i can buy cracked f us consist ing of wheat screenings for one dotter and sixty per hundred I Burnam Tucker G244t killers Paint Lick Ky j Notice I Notice is hereby civen thnt all sons having claims against the estate j Plilip Dalton will them prop erly proven Admr j All persons kn rn themselves indeb j ted to said Philip Dalton will please j come forward and pay same at once This 1910 James Diltoa Admr 7826 City Tax and Water Rent flue At a meetin of the Council of Lancaster I diroefed to report to them on net night all the unpaid to July 1st and all the unpaid city taxes The City taxes f for 1910 were due March 1st All those who owe for the above will please can and settle at once j L ELHerron 7153D City Mawhal I Important Notice The Lancaster Building Loin Association has renewed baf iuess and all persons owirJjr interest or dues are notified to cotnrneuce paying same to the undersigned onSaturday the 9th of July 1910 anoVto pay on each Satur day thereafter at the Garrard Batik and Trust Company in Lancaster Ky R L Elkins Sect 782f For Sale About 150 Dales of hayf l mare and horse yearling lyeailing horse i colt 1 slide yearling cattle 1 fat LfatT jersey heifer 2 with 10 pigs about 250 fence posts 1 Nol jersey milk cow and 1 six year old combined harness and saddle all at a bargain 7l4t Geo Y Coon An Ordinances An to preventrepresenta inns of and immoral and indecent exhibitions by moving pctures The council of of Ky as follows 1 That it shall be unl awful to ex within the corporate limits of the city of Lancaster Ky by moving pictures or otherwise a representation 2 of the provisions of ordinance be fined not less than 10 nor more than 25 for each effense This ordinance takes effect ifter its publication IT T Logan Mivor B W McRoberts Clerk Caver stat ions da I I oo t ats and I oft cnt to July 5 y s I n I wet I j fI mu I cad cow sows I I II 4 Jdry city ins bit Indecenttb 8h8H I I J 7 0o ft i tide rum cor C amen Gis to Ling eats c l c c a r mare ordinance Lancaster Vi haters from and k YVf THE SMALLEST SCUTTLE free burning non klinking coal will go as far as the largest of the other kinds There are grades of coal as there are of eggs and to be sure of iJ 1 I I ofour I asmany I I lJ 5 n cI by the best you shouid buy where only the best is handled That is right here as many large coal users can tell Mariufacturincj Co II L L dIiancas lCr umner an 0 I II f s ara t r 1ItI IIMVW your l THE Swan Flour Is Uncle Sams Pride r 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 bag today and be convinced that there is no better Flour made Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop foodsthe A JV1llrl IJIMt Keep An Exact Record of expenditures and a receipt for each item if you have a checking ac count with us and make You the merest memorandum on your stub Dont have to think dont have to remember its all there in black and white and the money balance which you can tell at a glance is here in security GARRARD BANK TRUST Co Y av 6x- N 1 1 J j 4d1 f E j m 1 1i 01 m Rids tJJf 1 i 1 r I f kIe l i E itvf kj cvit laf7k This is a rare bargain in a high grade dining table Made entirely of American quartered oak showing the beautiful markings Eight inch ped estal supported by extra heavy Top 42 inches in diameter and can be extended full 6 feet Of dependable manufacture throughout Golden oak finish only Sold in any store in the country from 816 to Our July Clear ance PJ ice 998 8 legs Daven port here is your chance to rest easy and comfortable Kill two birds with one stone This davenport can be easily opened out into a lull size bed by lilting down the back it has the appearance of a regular bed Golden oak or mihigany finish embossed velour or best grade of Boston leather ail the top is tufted and built separate from the bottom Underneath is a box lined with denim for bed clothes Well worth 25 00 J uly Clearance Price 1 1995 i 1 J j Furniture PM r- J Furniture Values That Should 7 The first two weeks of this great sale has been one of great success Shrewd buyers have awakened to a full realization of the striking advantages offered by these forced July Saving Prices Weve not been through this great stock and picked out shopworn pieces here and shares in the price reductions From a single price up to a parlor or bed room suit there is something exactly right for exacting purchasers You know the is the foundation of this business It is an event for the people that is certainly w lDDSN TIGHT STRINGS ON TH INSTANT r thereeverything qualityit roving reBe BL gain Ee st PUaSE BOX SEAT DINERSI Dining Table 998 Highly polished genuine quarter sawed oak dining room chairs first grade leather seat and full box panel back French legs and claw feet substantial construction an ornament as well as serviceable article for any dining room always sold for 350 July Clearance Price 225 Rugs Art Squares in reds greens ori ental size 12x9 feet reg ular price 8500 July clearance price 348 Half Wool Druggets in Oriental patterns medalion centers colors green red tans browns regular 700 July clearance price 4 48 wonderful rug ft good quality of Brussels in Floral and Oriental patterns a good value at 1400 July clearance price 848 Heavy seamless Brussels Rugs 12x9 feet in finest patterns of choice Oriental and Floral pat terns every one a beauty sold for 1750 July clearance price 1248 Axminster Rugs size 12x9 feet Oriental and Floral patterns sold all over this country at 2250 to 2500 July clearance price 1398 Wilton Velvet Rugs size 12x9 feet extra heavy beautiful pat terns Oriental and Florals a good value at 2750 to 3000 July clearance price 1575 Onepiece Wilton Rugs size 12x9 feet Oriental and Floral pat terns ask any dealer his price and he will tell you 3500 or 40 No seams copies of the finest Turkish Rugs July clearance price 1998 Body Brussels Rugs 1 2x9 feet in Oriental and Floral patterns red brown tan and green regular price 2750 July clearance price 1798 Royal Wilton Rugs in Floral and Persian patterns regular price i753 July clearance price 3300 Hearth Rugs 27x64 Axminster Rugs regular 300 value July clearance price 198 27x54 Wilton Velvet Rugs reg ular 2 50 value July clearance 3x6 Wilton Velvet Rugs regu lar 4oo value July clearance pricS 248 patteI ns r IX 9 all colors price 148 regularly Carpets Axminster Carpets in rich Ori ental and floral patterns all shades borders to match regular 125 and 135 grade Per yard July clearance price 75c Tapestry Brussels Carpets in Floral and Oriental designs to match regular ico and 110 grade Per yard July clear ance price 65c All wool Ingrain Carpets regu lar Soc and 9oc values Per yard July clearance price 52c HalfWool Ingrain Carpets 65 and 75c values Per yard July clearance price 49C Mattings China Mattings regular 20 and 25 cents values Per yard July clearance price 12c Japanese Mattings regular 25 and 30 cents values Per yard July clearance price 20c Crex Rugs 9x12 Crex Rugs plain borders regular 750 grade July price 575 9xi2 Crex Rugs Grecian bor ders regular 860 grade July clearance price 675 Linoleums Printed Linoleums regular 50 and 60 cent grade Per yard July clearance price 33c German Inlaid Linoleums reg ular 135 and 8150 grades Per yard July Clearance price 980 German Inlaid Linoleums r 65 and 175 grades Per yard July clearance price 124 Oil Cloth in all colors regular 25 cent grade Per yard July clear ance price 190 borders regular I clearance regular 6UFEET An elegant Buffet made of solid quarter sawed oak Goden oak finish highly polished large French plate bevel ed mirror on top One large drawer and small drawers with fancy ground glass doors on each side Our regu lar price 2800 July Clearance Price 1975 cabinet tact Lace Curtains Assorted patterns of Saxony Curtains regular 65 cent and 75cent values July Clearance Price 47cts Assorted patterns or Saxony Cluny Antique Irish Points Scrim etc Regular 475 and 500 values July Clearance Price 398 50 pairs of handsome Curtains in all the new Irish Points Rennaissance etc regular 1050 to 1400 values July Clearance Price 798 100 pairs Irish Point Cluny Antique etc regular 675 to 850 values July Clearance Price 698 3 yards long Scrim Curtains lasting durable and an excellent wearing curtain always sold for 75cts July Clearance Price 49cts Special To Housewives Hotel Keepers and Rooming Houses effectsBrussels r We bought three car loads of white iron beds all of the newest and best designs A greatassortment to select from A full size white enamel iron bed regularly sold for 250 July Clearance Price 119 A full size white enamel iron bed with one and oneeighth inch posts and straight threeeights inch fillers with heavy cross bars regu larly sold for 500 July Clearance Price 275 M A EC H Lexingtons Greatest Rug StoreV E L it7 I J f i f d s bN Good Carpets i jit bo 0 Q e i YF r B NOW FOR A BIG CLEANUP Every Article remaining unsold from our Spring and Summer Stock must be sold at a BIG SACRIFICE The tailend of our DETER MINATION SALE leaves us with small lots and broken sizes which we are going to clear out at a great sacrifice and lower prices than ever before Lots of good things left in Shoes Clothing Hats Underwear Ladies Shoes Etc 1O More DAYS Until INVOICEThe time left to us for disposal is limited and since the time is so short we have applied our only PRICE with a vengance to a degree never before known in Lancaster We are absolutely determined to make a CLEAN SWEEP of our stock before invoice which is now starring us in the face and is a big task in a store like this Our stock is NEW and UPTODATE all brands of Merchandise are standard qualities unquestionable All prices lowered and stock must go Cost of goods will not be figured in this last big cut ONE MORE BIG CUT ft t I t BEF E INVOICE This Starts Thursday 211O J remEd all LI H tl v J w JuiyEventBig a CUTJ si Lot Mens White Handkerchiefs Large size good quality nicely hemmed something every man must have While they last 80 Mens Bandana Handkerchiefs in red and blue extra large size and best quality very fine for men who work on farms While they last 4c One Lot Mens Suspenders well made and good quality were regular 25c grade only few left will be sold while they last at 60 Mens Gray Work Sox extra good quality long legs well made fast colors something extra good for working men While they last will be sold at 3o Mens Fine Fancy Sox New patterns new goods fine style extra good quality regular 250 seller Clearance price He- Lot Mens Suspenders extra good quality for work and dress wear nice light patterns or fast colors new goods Clearance price 19c Mens Wash Ties One big lot mens handsome fourinhand wash ties beautiful patterns in fancy white black figures and stripes nice large mw style ties Clearance price while they last 14c One Lot Mens and Boys Belts in black and tan colors new buckles new belts this goods very fine quality were 35 and Soc goods Clearance price One Lot Mens Cotton Gloves made from heavy drilling extra quality made with and without cuffs Big bargains Clearance prices 7 and 110 Mens Balbriggan Underwear hirts and drawers well made double seat drawers and long sleeve shirts extra quality all sizes 34 to 44 Big bargains Clearance 10 Lot Boys Underwear in suits and drawers all sizes regular and knee length drawers long and short sleeve drawers plain balbriggan and porous knit Extra big bargains regular 35 and 5oc goods Clearance price 17o One Lot Mens Fine balbriggan Underwear in shirts and drawers extra good quality sold in every good store in the country at 5oc A big value in this sale while last at 29c Boys Fine Dress Shirts ew goods made in best style pearl buttons and cuffs attached bear tiful range of patterns in nice light colors all sizes 12 to 14 regular 50 aid 7c shirts Clearance price 39c Boys Work Shirts made from stout durable goods cut full and well made fast color goods all sizes i2 to 14 Sale price 19e Mens Work Shirts in several colors well made and cut very full long sleeves and very e 19 and 890 r r f seasons j 1 price t l b L y Urge through body made from strictly fast color goods sold every where for SOC Sale price 39c One Lot Boys Knee Pants wool goods medium dark patterns well made all sizes 4 to 15 years big value at 5oc Clearance price 19c Lot Mens Blue Cottodade Pants- N Y Camlets best make all sizes best value on earth regular 75c and 100 grade Clearance price 42c Mens Blue Pin Check Overalls made with bib extra good quality and well made sizes 32 to 42 ex tra value Clearance price 39c Lot Mens Blue Overalls made with bib and full an extra good value while they last at tie Jew price of v 39c Mens and Boys Genuine Panama Hats good quality light weight extra good value While they last clear ance price 39c Small Lot Childrens Sandalsi- n broken sizes extra good quality were 150 goods will be sold while they last at 79c Childrens Tan Educator Ankle Strap Slippers new style and very best quality to 13 regular 150 grade now beingsold at 89c Small Lot Kens Wool Pants well made nice patterns sold at 200 Clearance price 98c Kens and Young Kens All Pure Worsted Pants cut peg top and made in very latest style extra good quality sold for 4oo regular price A big bargain Clearance price 149 One Big Lot Ladies Slippers- in Vici Tan and Patent leathers ankle strap and lace new style goods all sizes regular 250 goods price 149 One Lot Ladies Tan Pumps very latest style ankle straps with new goods regular 850 Patrician make small lot while they last Clearance price 198 Big Lot Ladies Slippers and Shoes all leathers all styles all sizes red and patrician make regular 350 shoes Clearance price 275 One Lot liens Lowouts in Tan Patent Leather W L Douglas make regular 350 and 400 branded goods small lot while they last 198 One Mixed Lot Boys Shoee Box Calf Telour and Patent Leathers pointed and round toes blech er style regular 300 grade sizes 2 to 5 Clearance price 198A f One Lot Ken Low Shoes in Tan and leathers very best in shoe making sizes 5 to 10 Regular 55o grade big bargain at 375 One Lot Boys Knee Suits double breast coats straight pants made from wool goods medium cutvery t o sizes 4 regularprice Clearance cross peifection bows Gunmetal le dark patterns brand new goods sizes 10 to 10 regular price Szoo Clearance price 95c One Lot Boys Knee Suits doublebreast coats kniclierbarker pants made meditm dirk wool goods sizes 8 to 15 brand new goods regular 3 tufts price 145 One Mixed Lot Boys Knee Suits all wool goods well made nice patterns in gray rceditm trot n cce small check sold regular for 300 and 400 Clearance price 195 One Big Lot Boys Overalls made from yellow kakai goods made with bibs ages 5 to 10 Clear anceprice 19c 7143 One Lot Mens Fancy Strive Suits light color coat and pants only pure worsted gcc ss seaitns newest style regular suits Clearance price 1198 John B Stetson Hats in several shapes several colors Pearl Tan Gray and otner shades seasons newest goods Clearance price 295 Ona Big Lot Mens and Young Mens Hats several colors all sizes regular 25o and 3co grade 195 Big Lot Mens Lowcuts in several style toes all leathers all sizes new goods W L Douglas make regular and 400 shoes Clearance price 270 One Lot Mens Dress Shoes box calf blucher style full round toes regular grade Clear ance price 149 One Lot Mens Suits all wool new goods cut in good style size up to 36 coat extra value ragular 1000 suitr Clearance price 2 9 8 Young Mans Long Pants Suits fine worsted goods dark brown and green stripe cut in latest style long coats peg top pants new goods regular 1200 suits Clearance price 498 One Lot Mens Fine All Suits in medium brown and gray stripe cut latest styles long coats peg top pants new goods regular i25o and 15co suits Clearance price 649 One Lot Mens All Wool and Worsted Suits brown blue and mixed patterns cut in latest style long coats peg top pants suits sold 1200 to 1800 While they last 798 liens All Wool Hart Schaffner and Mark Suits very Sue goods finely tailored best clothing to te had at any Regular225o suits Clearance price 1398 One Lot Young liens Hats latest shapes in black tan pearl and other colors silk bards bound and raw edges seasons newest goods Reguter 2co hat new Kens Broad Brim Hats in black and light colors silk bands raw edge all sizes regular 250 grade Clearance price 145 C o Crt IirCe t oo allshapes Saleprice 350 250 Trice u n tEe n Wools Our entire stock will be sold at these Cleareme fifcle Prices for CASH ONLY Every article in the house has been cut to a frazzle and we are going to make a clean sweep in order to have small stock as possible to invoice Dont half to visit this last Cut Price Feast of the season and supply yourself with all your summer Clothing and Shoes Positively ao goods on approval or any other way than SPOT CASH r ASJ S All IT H r J DC r 0rl dcIE yo b y r r e sLSMw W r r L X tirr Y s The Great African Wonder will be at the NEXT WEDNESDAY THURSDAY anal 1910 People will be here from all parts of the State as the Fair Association has this year secured Large You will see everybody you ever knew and will meet everybody you see Come and bring your family if you have no family bring your Sweetheart Seiberte 1st Regiment Band Will Furnish Music For All Occasions The greatest line of FREE and Pay Attractions ever shown on the grounds of any Association For Catalogue address R L ELKIN Secretary 1 I BONGO BONGO BONGO LANCASTER FAiR FRIDAY 1 July 1 Premiums Everybody Knows Where to Buy Carpets of the Best Quality RUGS of Superior Merit BrowersTHE WHY ISAssortment always the largest Prices always the lowest Pat terns always the most pleasing Quality which means style finish always the highest and the Service which is the knowledge attention and detail which should accompany Sale un equaled A comparison is all we ask to convince you of Great Values CARPETS IN ALL GRADES Lowest Axminsters Borders to match value 175 Price 15 Axminsters Borders to match value 135 Price 85 Wilton Velvets Borders to match value 150 Price 90 Velvets Borders to match value 125 Price 75 Tapestry Brussels Double bxtra quality Borders to match value 110 Price 75 Tapestry Brussels Extra Quality Borders to match value 100 Price 65 Tapestry Brussels Medium Quality Borders to match value 80c Price 50 RUGS IN ALL SIZES Our Leader 9x12 Axminsters in Oriental and Floral Designs 1500 Seamless Axministers 9x12 value 30K T Price 2000 Seamed Axminsters 9x12 value 2750 Price 1850 Seamed Axminsters 9x12 value 2500 Price 1650 Ten Wire Tapestry Brussels seamless 9x12 value 2000 Price 1500 Kite Wire Japestry Brussels seamless 9x12 value 1800 Puce 1350 Eight Wire Tapestry Brussels seamless 9x12 value 16 00 Price 1150 Tapestry Brussels seamed 9x12 value 1400 Price 1000 Remember our store closes every afternoon at five oclock and one oclock on Saturday C P BROWER CO PaperDraperiesPicturesArt Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY A7 1 ll EASY materialand 4 every our u Good P r nflflflftfl c Pc i workmanship s y T b it Car etsFurn tureWalIp utiUiia a Mr and Mrs Ollie Johnson spent Sunday at Mr Merrymans Miss Myrtle Conney has been visit ing friends in Crab Orchard and Stan ford the past week Jesse Baird visited at Mrs Brandan burg Sunday Rev A C Baird filled his regular appointment at Gillead Saturday and SundayWhile Mr Gastineau who lives at place was riding along the road last week his horse fell dead under him The recent heavy rains have done considerable in this neighbor hoodThe crops in this section are look ing well A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklens Ar nica Salve earths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boils sores of all kinds ec zema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25c at R E McRoberts 1m Mr Hiram Hardric Is reported quite sick fc Mr Yoyle Ray continues quite sick Miss Mattie Turner visited Miss Lida and Ethyl Simpson Sunday Mrs Eliza Ray and Miss Lida Ray have gone to spend a few days with Mr William Bay and daughter Stella Ford Mr William Ray and daughter Stel la Ford spent Sunday night with his mother Mrs Eliza Ray Mr and Mrs Larkin Hicks of Crab Orchard spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Bunch Bay Miss Yernell Ray entertained a number friends Sunday Mr and Mrs Mitch Layne and fam ily visited her parents Mr and Mrs George Saturday and Sunday Miss Etta B Boss and Sister Miss SallleSebastontook dinner with Mr and Mrs W M Whitaker Last Wednesday while out after the chickens Mrs Bunch Bay slipped and fell in the branch which was put fording and came near being drowned by catching to shrubs on the bank saved herself We still haying a fine Sunday School at Pltatnnt Hill to taking an the Newland damage I Loyd 4 other Ad son Everyone late t FLAT WOOD ire xs MT HEBRON Mr B A Duncan bought of Mr Enoch Gilliim a work mule price 8125 Mr and Mrs H R Montgomery are the proud parents of a ten pound boy which arrived on the 10th The infant of Mr and Mrs D Le may is quite sick Miss May Scott left Sunday for Hickman where she will teach the public school Mrs G A Bruce who has been vis itiug her daughters in Mercer county returned home Monday Mr Frank Montgomery of Mercer is with his sister Mrs Thomas Mont gqmeryMr Ward of Lancaster was in our midst Sunday afternoon Mrs Lucy Montgomery spent a part of last week with her sister Mrs D M Montgomery who is very sick Those Plo Of Boyhootf How delicious were the pies of boy hood No pies now ever 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 of all organs of digestion Stom ach Liver Kidneys them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with new health strength and vigor 50c at R E McRobert 1m MABKSBUUY Monday morning Mr Nelson Mar cee lost a valuable work mule by death Little John Gallahan with trouble at the home of his C M Johnson Rev Heilbron pastor of Pleasant Grove church will begin a series of meetings first Monday night in He will be assisted by Rev SmithMr John Pritchette a former citizen of this place died at his horns at Rowland June 25th and was inter ed in the cemetery at Stanford the following Be leaves awife and three children to mourn his loss Mrs Milliard Rout of Fayette county Is visiting her son Mr Bob Bout Mr Joe Jacob and wife of McKln nev Mrs Goodnight of Stanford Helton of Louisville bave bst I Little tasteso BIt- ters BowelsTry I I lath l spinal grandfather August Ups Sirs i 4v visiting Mrs John Simpson and fam ilyMr James Byers aged 89 years died after a lingering illness at the home of Mr John Royston last Fri day afternoon and was hurried afternoon the Bellevue ceme tery He was very tenderly cared for during his illness by Misses Minnie and Bettie Royston his grandchil dren He was a member of the chnrch at Mrs Margaret Button has a beautiful crazy quilt which she presented to the Ministers Aid Socie ty at Bowling Green Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but C C J E Stormes BUCKEYE Mr Jim Prather of Lancaster his daughter Mrs Mal Carter last week Mrs Josh Brown and children of Bee Lick are with her parents Mr and Mrs Ray Mr and Mrs J E Dickerson of Lancaster spent part of last week with Mr and Mrs J W Brown Mr and Mrs John Askins ct Mc Creary were guests of Mr and Mrs J W Brown Sunday Mr Allen Sebastin died very sud denly at his home near here Friday morning of heart disease Hewas 70 years of age and has been in failing health for about two months but his death was not expected so soon and was a great shock to his family and friends He was long a devoted and faithful member of the Baptist church here and will be greatly missed The following sons and daughters are left to mourn their loss Messrs Sib and Ruf us Sebastin Foster and Moberly to whom much sympathy is extended was of the unconquerable neversay die kind the kind that 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 tion is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers It masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma hayfever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain for all bronchial affections 50c LOO Trial bottle free at B R Mc Roberts Saturday Christian Perryville completed vis- Ited f Parson and Mesdames Grit you 1 Harrison Ns s1ess remedy AN ACT FOR THE BENEFIT OF ROADS OF THIS COMMONWEALTH It Enacted 8y The Genarat A mbly of Commanwcalth of Kentucky CROSSING OVER CtTIVEBTS TO BE PROVIDED turnpike or any public road by puttinga crossing either private or public over the water table of a public road without providing a culvert or drainpipe cf sufficient dimension to carry the full volume of water that may water TJKLAWFCI TO OR POLES IN CERTAIN DISTANCED closer than two and onehalf feet of the outer edge or the ditch so that aplow or machinery may be used inmaking widening or deepening them Any fencing tree orstone falling Into a water table or rolling from the obstruction was a part or anyperson not an owner trimming trees the roadbed and also to a fine of two dollars for each day the obstruction DUTY OF ROAD OVERSEERS It shall be the duty of the road over act with all the evidence he ray col the penalty of being indicted thefirst grand jury for misfeasance Im ofbce and on conviction expelled front his office the fiscal court shall order it to bepublished once each year for two years DITCH MAY BE DAMPED Any water table that say wash outdeeper than necessary to carry thevolume of water drained aad under part of apublic road one sixth or sore of allmoney so spent shall be pilot thedra aace of said road by watertables and culverts or tfrahtpipes of suitable number aai This act shall to tefoahei oHfaaiestKat have o the ItO D anyone ItsoP REEs planttrees withinlIve personalldamage fivedays reportdistrictOs act c cIrculation property medIn raking or retain aay eseat of tile of wherein its poles lie tklocatioa of DD1 TURNPIKE fie this a law need aie ithetk cal coact the eeatyar located as oaks Approved March 8 i 1- r The Floral Hall and Poultry De have been placed back as Danville Fair Reduced rates on all railroads Pony races Mule Races Saddle Stakes Etc Ipartments 01 O c5 GO TO HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street for Japs lair Tonic Williams Sbaveia SOAP Honing Raz irs a Specialty 25 years of experience Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER Office Hours KENTUCKY Stormes Drug Store DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky Jersey Bull Henij Simpson 8842 Season 1910 J W SWEENEY H J Surveyor PHONE 329J Office over F G furniture store Lancaster Kentucky AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references o J Orrice over 8 am to u 1 to A B rF TIN LEY Count w T G r4 ONMSNO t 5oe- CQ0eDQCRDSj INSURANCE pm WALTER Hurts KIN E We Morrow Graduate Optician Glases Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed M K Denny DENTIST Omcc over Miss Arnolds Millinery f H PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed Paint Lickll10tf Kentucky DR Wni BURNETT Physical and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers QUALITY Ware McRoberts I I J J I u E S Hughes REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Titles Abs1ractprl Phone 221 Or J B Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over PoliCG Court Phone Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fe W Faulkner JIgr Commission I I UmnalfO I J 191 I I r I e r- Y y j J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director j and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 i LANCASTER KY r I Goal FOR SALE i For Cash or Produce Wanted Fresh Clean Hens Ducks Geese and Turkeys at highest market price Just received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot KILLTHE COUGH w CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discovery I Eggs IH B I Northcott- r I I WITH I I FOR cOUCHS OLDS 50o 100 Trial Bottle Free PRICE GTARANXEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY BE T TDED R E McRoherts Drug Store I AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES I MFf ryEFj 1 if2 TH n 1iiB AII ntI i h1Hl r r q t i f K1 ILikb 4 3 WM FI lnu JJ Y I N Secretary DAfJVI lt l r tL a r1Tt ya 1zL L r r Wuj- tALSt i DUN l LYr w er Grades At Creation Did you 1 now i seventy six thousand fanners in the U i ed States own busies That faruitg i hard work and the is to j y rides if any one is That no one should the farmer an Auto if he wants to buy ona i s t ojodys business Jf he doest mortgage the farm or the and harvest to do it That the farmer can utilize 5t for going to mi 1 for coing fishing for meeting friends at station and he can even take the town folks out riding That we drink from public drinking cups use public towls place pencils money and numerous other articles of more or less public property in our mouths That we eat apples and other fruit that has to the lust of the street without washing them and yet we wonder how we happened to contract certain diseases That nurses in taking care of ty phoid and other infectious or costa genus diseases are taught to never eat or even take a drink of water without first bathing the lips to remove any germs that may be reposing there That facts and boils may be endured but seldom avoided once they get started your way That the growth of money is a strange thing for some it refuses to sprout at all for others it grows in yreat clusters on low bushes That a brother is a great education tl institution lie is an entire cor respondence course comimn sense taught while you wait Dont be treated by other boys as 1 treat other boys sisters a favorite lecture among them we blame so many things on that really are due to our carelessness or ignorance That Lancaster has some Dread nauyhis in the way of small boys and bids fair to have more That the road to the Fair Grounds reminds me of the Riverside driveway in New York City That I think Squire Jim Bourne is the original Boulevard builder from Boulevardville Taut floating high on the waves of success that has billowed loftier each year since its opening the Lancaster Fair expects this year to break the record How often do we hear people say Where in the world do all the flies come from It is simple enough The toper makes the bluebottle fly the stern father makes the gad fly the cyclone makes the house fly the blacksmith makes the fire fly the driver makes the horse fly the grocer makes the sand fly and the boarder makes the butter lly Pretty Good Answer At a board school the teach er had explained to the children the meaning of tile word ability Now children she went on what word would express the opposite to ability A sharpfaced little boy at the end of the end form bobbed up his head and exclaimed Please teacher nobility Work and Play UNION Messrs Win James Paison of Garrard visited their father B F Parson Sunday Mr Charles Ramsey had a horse to fall on his leg dislocating his ankle Hogs and labor have gone up in fi basoon in this yicitiHy almost impos sible to secure either i j i j i I i zinc I I I beenexposed Providence i I J don I f I i i nat Ile fat mer begrudge neglect seed- time and Will Attempt to Pool 1S10 Crop A the in of the Hurley Tulnc cb Siciet last week t Lrxfngt t there were in try advanced as i what should bo mile v i h the T10 en p of tobacco After two days the following plan agreed upon ly the adoption of the resolution flared by commiUce appointed by toe organ rijn The report as adopted the ollicers and members of the District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society Your to whom was rofcmd the questions taken up for reconsideration would respectful ly beg to submit the following report r which we recommend as the proper for this board towit We wil prior to October 1 1910 or we wi 1 recommend Unit our cessors take such action on or before November 1 submit to the powers of the 1910 crop all information in pcses ion as to the number of acres of Burley tobacco pooled in the di trict and the number of acres planted and uupouied in said district and place upon them the pouters the responsi bility of decl uiig a pool by a vote of of the various precincts in each county at the time and in the manner here inafter suggested by the Burley board or its committee Each pooler at said election to be permitted to vote upon the question the number of acres he has pooled and will besupplicd with a ballot for that purpose After sai1 vote is taken at the precinct the result will be report ed immediately to the county board where a record of same will be made on the minutes of said county board and the results tibul tied and counted recorded to head quarters at Lex The result of the etire dis trict will then be ascertained at head quarters by careful computation and count and the question of whether or not a pool shall be dc dared off or on shall be ascertained by this liual count the mijrity of tile votes to determine the matter isher for or against the pool B n EihstiP A E Ding L n F P Mann M II Bourne It will be seen that the final deter ruination of the poll depends upon the I result of the precent vote pf those who the contract for the 1110 pool a uiijju ity of those who have signed the contract vote in favor of declaring it a pool the pool will be regaidkjss of the per cent i f acreage of the growing crop that is in or out of i How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff We desire to say that when we took the agency we were that itwas a valuable remedy for pimples and dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that mo has far exceeded our expectations las a treatment for skin diseases We are pleased to state that we shall tin agency as ZRMO has given splendid results wherever recommen ded Our customers like ZEMO too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use ZEMO effect its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroy lug tie germ life that causes the dis ease leaving the skin clear and It dues not soil the clothi g or linen and can be used freely on infant With every purchase we give a booklet on skin diseases explaining in simple words person can be cured at home of any form of skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy R E IcRoberts druggist Subscribe for The BECOUD p tits of dicu i m was I the i I i- To I act iu I uc our I I I I I I l I Ian tn I I i its I fIn I If effective pool- i I for Ez ma howanv i i I I I r meet committee determining 1s ZEMO convinced l continue healthy Women worn and ilrea from overwork need a ness or tiredness iviH nol leave you oi Ilsell Tale Cardui ia ellectea remedy for he ailmeof and iveolt pness of women Thousands I 6 I JI f q1 ff ijid 8njl1 inU tlr lJh lfr 101Iiimi 0 wealr of have and write enthnsl3shraUy el i Us greit IicIIclit to them I I rrV a ti tI g s Sllllt r2C1sLg women fried Cardtiii a Take CJDD 11 U A recent letter from Mrs 1 Charles Bragg o Sveetser Ind says Tongue can m not tell how much your rued Hir would work awhile and lie praise fo your medicine Try sale everywhere Kentucky Fair Dates Madisonville Julv days Richmond July 20 I days Henderson July 25 5 days LANCASTER July 27 3 days Versailles August 3 4 days Danville August days Lexington August 8 G days Taylorsville August 9 4 days Uniontown August 5 days August 9 1 Vanceburg August 10 days Lawreiiceburg August 36 4 days Shepherdsvilie August 17 3 days Broadhead August 17 3 days Ewing August 17 i days August days London August 23 4 days Erlanger August 24 4 days XichulasviUe August 30 3 days Fern Greek August 30 i days Ilardinsburg August days BarbourviUe August 31 2 days flodgenvile September 5 3 days Falmouth September days Florence September 0 5 days Monticelio September G 3 days Kentucky St te Fair Louisville September 12 G days The undersigned nereby Rive warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire I Parsons- W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price VV S Embry S L Rich MrsP VY Kinnaird T A Elgin Dave Thompson J TV Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson U C Arnold TV G Anderson H C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn 7 G Conn- J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co 1 has done lot me Be- I fore l began il Cartni I r do a days work I down I sitall always Jive E r Jill r7 I E42 nWJ I 1I I 195 I I 33 I I Harro sLur Shelbyville 234 303 281 I I POSTED Hunters I i I I E iciae agin could not x Ca For days l Unlimited seating capacity Plen ty of Shelter and Shade Attractions of every description A hearty handshake anti a welcome awaits every one Write for further information 1 I a 1 H I I rr ytl t Brick Sand I Crushed Stone I PortlandCement PHONE 26 B No order to small To be appreciated or to LARGE For Our CAPACITY DO YOU We are prepared to fix you u- pI Steam and Hot Water Heating I Guttering Roofing and Repairing f appreciate your patronage McCarthy Doty 6 Tin and Plumbing Shop 4 J AII I I I HUGHESR Pj Ii Ny f OOC oOOOOOC- KI I Work Oboe I J I I if I ooc coc f TM Wrr S w V1tts 4 tire J J WALKEI President ti J Prest S Jon tsorr Vice ORGANIZED 1883 Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNSV Asst fashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper J 1 WALKER JK Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention Johnson Hteson Alex Gihbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnod WHY NOTHAVE YOUR INSURED NOW Office National Bank ofLancaster TUQ Nlh BANK I t- S DIRECTORS- t S F J Walker T Arnold LIFE i HElDEil IPhone 31 i w l r 1 r gi arvl jrMA 1 r4 t R T M EZLEY t I Ut4U flIIIBIIlr rayS1- iiiuiiw ox MADE H BL ARNOLD DftNVILLEA R Mcf KY Prices X Si l Painting ct J 0 r rJ J Rubber Tires Carriage and Repairiig Specia1ty Phone Us For s h J v 4 is ye T7 rk Danville Phone 274 We fully realize that if a great business is to be built up In any line it must be built in the Clear Light of day with clean hands and honest metheds open and above board No great success endures long on Mistakes orMisrepresentations We think if your Merchandise is worth selling at all it is worth selling for what it is and YOU reap the benefit by buying with us Remember for every dollar you spend you receive a dollar in return NO CHEAT and NO FRAUD We are showing our entire line of Spring Stuff at a very great reduction in grder to make room for our enormous FALL LINE furnish all with real live genuine bargains that are not to be had on sale in Lancaster Every Day is a sale with us All we ask is a look before you buy You will reap the benefit B S IL4t gyVtf lSJcG T 23prH2 JE7 X GPELsBF3SL STBj J 7 5FI 1 The i 1 le1 r and can Ci I I Joseph 0- 6i Bi 69 i65Aii f Real Light II I I I Mercantile pang I Special Sale on We have a number of boxes of paper when byes only are slightly soil I ed that we are selling out at one half price Come at once Frisbies Drug Store I rm I3Jft1rnri1imfi1m wmrJ rm jtW Fx Stationery IIiHiHrlJrE J JaI ri H HR f s the v I About 1 A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Kz ire ktcrertzd la Wm R Cook was in Djnvi le court II Clay was in Stanford Tuesday sir W B Burton was In Crab Orch ard last Sundaty Dan Elkin was in Louisuille the first of the week JTr Luther Gibus were In Danville Monday Mr anti Mrs F II Medley spent Sunday in Danville Mrs J W ItiJton of Paris i the guest of Sirs House Geo Smith Jr has returned from a two weeks stay at West Baden Iliss Jane Rogers of Bradfordsvill is with Garrard friends for a visit Mrs E L Owsley left Thursday for a sojourn at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs J C IlemphiU of Louisvill is visiting her mother Mrs Currey Charles Brown of Louisville is the truest of Mr S G Haselden and Mr and Mrs John Smith of Dan virile were visitors in Lancaster Tues dayMrs E T Minor of Louisville Is visiting the family of Mr John John Mr and Mrs Tom Wall of Somer set arc visiting and relatives here Charles Collier of Middlesboro IB with his parents Mr and Mrs J B Oilier Miss Pearl ITardin of Decatur is here visiting Mr and Mrs Alex Walker Misses Martha and Edna Kavarauyh and Nancy Walker were in Stanford Wednesday Miss Lillie Leavell is in Stanford visiting her cousin Miss Josephine C irpenter Gossip I I KnfTU1 n and ra cum son eopic a aa u daughter family k friends r Ill l aP A Miss Jennie Terrill of New Rich mond lad is visiting Mrs Givens Toriill Mr and Mrs S 11 and son J R have returned from the Falls City Mrs S II Tomlinson i in j at the St Josephs hospital treatment I Mrs Nelson of Chicago who is a i guest at the ICengarlau is reported quite sick Miss Matlie Walker left this week for a recuperative stay at Battle Creek Mich Rev and Mrs II X Falconer and dill here visiting Mr and Mrs W 15 Mason Miss Scotta Petty leaves the last of the week for a visit to her sisters in Decatur Ill N B Northcott is ii Newport where he is recuperating from his accident Miss Lottie Webb of Lexington will be Mrs Banks Hudsons guest during the fair Miss Xannie Anderdson the milli nery trimmer at R L Browns store is on the sick list Misses Ray and E la Henry and Hal lie Brown will the Richmond fair today Friday Mrs H M Ballou and children are Jn Stanford visiting Elder Joseph Ballou and family Misses Bertie Jean Penny and Clara Cooper of Stanford were visitors in Lancaster Saturday Miss Susie Craig of Shelby ville will be the guest next week of her friend Miss Minnie Brown Miss Jennie Lackey visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Price of Danville Monday Miss Martha was the guest Saturday of Mr and Mrs Joshua Tillett of Danville Mhs Anna Lane Therigo of Lexing ton will arrive today Friday for a visit Miss Hallie Brown Mrs John Ballard and daughter Miss Marie are at home after a pleasant visit to Richmond friends Mrs S A Walker and have been visiting Mr and Mrs I I ITase den I for r t j ircn are be at Till t little I r Lexington recent tt daughter I II J Ij i i I J ii Walter Walker of Stanford Miss Angle Klnnalrd leaves this week for an Eastern trip taking in many interesting places Mrs Henry Moore and children of South Dakota have been recent guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Champ Rev and Mrs Bourland and little son Roger of Lawrenceburg are the guests of Mrs George Smith Miss Frankye Kauffman has return ed from a stay with her cousin Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond Elder J W Hardy of Nashville Tenn filled the pulpit at the Chris tian church Sunday morning Miss Ora Prather accompanied her aunt Miss Ida Rats to Cincinnati Wednesday for a weeks visit Miss Vivian Prather left this week to visit her uncle and aunt Mr and Ollie Potts of Richmond Mr and Mrs Joseph Ballew of Richmand will be with Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis for the fair W P Dickerson of Newport is ex pected to be with his friend Fred P Frisbie for the best fair in the State Miss Amanda Anderson who has been at the Normal school in Rich mond for weeks past is at home Misses Collie and Mai tie Adams leave Saturday for a visit to their Mrs Edward England of Atlanta GaMisses Delia Tinder and Mary El more of the Normal school Rich mond are expected home in a few daysDr James M Staughton of Coving ton join nis wife hers Sunday for a visit to Mr and Mrs H A B Marks buryMrs Annie Doty and son James of Millersburg will be here next week for a visit to Misses Janie and Mary DotyElder F M Tinder has returned from Tuilahoma Tenn where he held a most successful revival of two weeksJ Jennings of Pecos Tex as will join his wife and little son here for a visit to hip Old Kentucky Home Mrs L C Green and children have some Mrs sister sill returned to their home in Lexington after a visit to Mr and Mrs J B Soper Mr Theo Currey has returned from Coffeeville Kan where he has been visiting his brother Mr Will Currey Mrs Cannon McWhorterand Mimief of Paint Lick have been the guests of her sister Mrs W S Carrier Mrs J B Paxton daughter and lit tie son of Stanford have been re cent visitors of Mr and Mrs A L Robinson Mrs Quincy Gray and little daugh ters of Connersville Ind will arrive this week for a visit to Mr and Mrs A K Walker Misses Sarah Goodloe Benton of Paris and Mary Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City will be guests next week of Mrs D M Lackey Arthur Joseph is at home from Eaton Ohio where he attenned the golden wedding of his grand parents Mr and Mrs B Fox Mrs Alexander Kennedy and grand daughter Miss Porter Scott Hudson left Tuesday for a twoweeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mesdames Ann Robinson of this city and K F Postle of South Pasa dena California were guests Tuesday of Mr and Mrs Jacob Robinson of BoyleMiss Mary Goodloe Lackey of Kan sas City who has beer with Mrs D M Lackey is now with her sister Mrs Herbert Price of Danville Miss Bessie Austin has returned from Lebanon where she has been visiting relatives She was accom pained home by her cousin Jessie Bruce Austin Rev T H Campbell and family have returned to Lancaster after a vis it to Lexington and Richmond He will preach at the Baptist church morning Miss Margaret Hackley of George town who has been the recent guest of her niece Mrs James I is now enjoying an outing at Lake Cnautauqua N Y Mesdames John E Stormes and Banks Hudson were in Richmond the past week to see the two fine plays As You Like It and The Merchant of Venice Mr and Mrs J W Bowne enter tained the following at dinner Mr and Mrs J W Griffin Wel by Yound of Ark Rev Bowlan wife and son of Lawrenceburg Mrs Tom Elkin and Mrs George Smith Miss Edna Berkle is entertaining a house party at her hospitable home at Bryantsville The following ones are her guests Misses Martha Tinder Mary Clay Williams Mayme Stormes Dunn Elizabeth Ford Florence John son and Grace May Cochrane On Friday night Miss Berkle will give a large party to her young friends and Saturday is to be enjoyed by a picnic I Sunday Shakespearean J laughter her grandmother Hamilton Saturday Contracting Painters and Decorators 141 Third St Danville Ky j S t j c j t 1Cooei Nave f w a vi 1w vn t fsae d i A3 S1 Y 3 Mrs L C King Mrs T C Rankin of Hubble and Mrs Julia Higgins and children were the guests of Mrs Nan nie Lawrence the first of the week Mr and Mrs Homer Tinsley arrived I home Monday after a delightful bridal trip thro Idaho They are living on Mr Tinsley farm on the Buckeye I roadMis John M Farra gave a roof I party Monday afternoon in honor f of Mrs John of Wash Ington City and Mrs Geo A Mc Roberts of Covington Messrs Lige Ford Currey Robinsor I Shanon Wallace and Misses Kathlene Walters Annie Margaret Elkin and Lidla Elmore spent several days in Richmond attending the house party given by Tommie Cole Covington I Obituary On last Sunday morning every voice i in the community had a word of sym patty to express to Mr R L Cox and I family when they heard of the death of that true wife and faithful mother of theirs Mrs Jennie Bryant Cox was the only daughter of John Bryant deceas j ed of Rockcaslle County and was born June 14 ISIS In her early child hood her mother died and she was l reared under the care of her uncle and fj aunt Mr and Mrs Cyrus Eason and althrough in her childhood days she was faithful and obedient to the ad monitions of her guardians October 10 1889 she was married to R L Cox and from that time she has traveled down lines rugged pathway with him partaking of all the joys and sorrows that might come in their pathwayAs there was never one more faithful than she was to her children every moment of her time was utilized for the care of them tr ing to teach each one to be useful and to walk in the path of righteousness Never was there one of them that came near her that it did not receive a pleasant look or kind word and when I think of her as my Mother I remeu ber these few lines in which every word is as true as can he Out of the bosom of the God above Is born the dower of a mothers love It will follow her child to the prison cell Or down to the brink of a drunkards hell Friends may cease to be kind and clever But i mothers love will never Kinships ties may break and sever But a mothers love will last forever She was a member of the Christian church but never allowed the pride and vanity to be stamped upon her brow that is so much displayed in the Modern temple of worship On Saturday morning at 130 oclock she was stricken with paralysis and struggled for life until 1140 oclock Sunday morning when she passed peacefully across the River unto that Shore of Eternal Bliss She leaves to mourn her loss her husband and five children two boys and three girls Cyrus E Cox John S Cox Mrs Virgie Hester Eliza Cox and Cox also aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Cyrus Eason U L Anderson fj I 1 ij Irr f I I t t I Mary E C E C garden 1 WALTER A WOOD j The Best and Most Durable Made i j JohnDeereBuggies j Brown and Deere Cultiva i tors i See the New Deere Sweep Rake Nothing made like it Standard Binder Twine can be used on Binders All goods outside the Trusts J R Mount Son Co Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a w MOSSPhone 190 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 I not ask that you do not wait for me to see you personally but call on us before July 1st and close your ac count either by cash or note These ac count must be closed so please spare me the trouble and time of sending a collector to you R E JlcRobcrts Druggist r rt g 11 II ijj Mower Bates m 1 mallill I frlli J I- On I Binders and i J J- j J t N N da- yS f H Y We carry the most complete and uptodate stock of Decorative Wall Paper Material Paints Oils and Painters Suppliesi- n Central Kentucky Also set the pace when it comes to low prices and give our per sonal supervision to all work intrusted to us We solicit your inspection Very Respectfully DANVILLE l t i iXC D 0 0 Inef ave A KENTUCK- t 1 fj Balance Our Ice Cream against any other delicacy and it will be found to excel all others in popular and never tiring satisfaction When you cannot eat anytli ing else you can still enjoy a dish Of our ICE CREAM I i i I 1 Y Y1f WJYilltia1rY1YwY1irYw7 t Stop in and have some Or better still take some home in a box so the whole falmily can see how good and Iesome it is Henley V Bastin Prop Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster Ky nBMRS l I I I d t g v I Y 5 lY THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 JL R DEWY tresident J E STOHMES Vice Prest- S C DESSY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Enabry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennv J L Gill WI Williams Saml RIGHT OVER WOOD SH GlES METAL GLES be laid without fuss or botherright over the old wood shingles changing the top of your building instantly from a fire catcher to A FIREPROOF ROOF that will last as long as the building itself and never needs For further detailed information prices etc apply to Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Automobiles AGENTS FORE M 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 BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON KENTUCKY AUGUST 8tfa to 13th 6 Big Days and Nights 6 can repairs r 11 I II f It It It Ii II II t r Pa- C G r t w Y I r irrt y tr 1000t 1000i I SADDLE HORSE STAKE Tw YearOW Tnt I Hmess laces Daily 1 I 0111 J I s f r 25000IN PREMIUMS- Best Hene Sitew uAmerica S Ienti Display of Every Class flare DAILY Thavia s Russian Band of Fifty Herbert A Kline Carnival Company F r ViUpy tr fagber Cmiim Attest JOUETTSHOUSE Secretary AER PLANE FLIGHTs s if YiJ f s it4ti if R Y LEXINGTON ICY 4 r Y- S r Farm and Stock Give the young chicks plenty of grit There i of leaving the duck out of your plans These Indian Run ners are wonderful layers and some they even the best of Keeping down expenses even helps to increase profits but sometimes profits come only expend tures Yet the expenditures must al ways be wisely directed Many poultry man place too much importance in the breed thinking this is the one main cause of success or failure There is no one best breed of poultry It would a half dozen best Some pouitrymen make the greatest successes and most abject failure with the breed The matter of experiment with the growing of corn has been in the South for some years with the result that with proper applica lion and the employment of upto date met hods of cultivation the South can be made the greatest corn section of America Supply water in such a manner tint they cannot get into it See that an abundance of green feed is supplied Dry hopper feeding will produce good results Equal parts corn meal bran and sifted ground oats to which has been added ten per cent of beef scrap makes a good mixture The Crawford Bro registered Jer sey sale at Lebanon was one to be re corded for high prices Fortyseven cows and calves were sold at public outcry and realized the owners 0200 brought the sellers approximately per head The highest price paid an individual animal was 300 given for a milch cow Modern methods uf handling dairy products will be exemplified by the Department of Agriculture on a farm of 475 acres near Beltsvile Md a few miles northof Washington now are being made under ap propriations granted at the recent of Congress A herd of milch goats will be bred on the farm in ad dition to the other dairy stock The Sow that Raises the Pigs We are now up to the time when the ovs which are to raise the early fall must be bred Here is where u many breeders fall down The se lection of the right sort of sows means the success of your next hog crop This selection should have been mane several mouths ago but not many do that preferring to wait until about breeding time and then do it If these sows have had the run of the feed yards better get them out of there and cut down their corn allowance and increase the glass clover and bran portion The essential thing after the sow is bred to keep her thrifty but not overfat The brood sow should be given ample range all the time and after she is bred she should be fed plenty Fe d the sows ration ally Young pigs are not made out of corn hence feed the mothers such food as will keep themselves in good condition and at the same time sup ply the material necessary to frame youngWe best success in handling sows this way After the sows are bred they are allowed the run of the pastures during the day time They are cornfoitably housed at night and we sec that sleep out around the straw stacks This habit of sleeping in their house should be well fixed as soon as possible About two weeks before the sow is due to farrow she is put in an individual pen and kept there unsil her pigs are a month old With some sows it may take a week jr more to get them quited down so j they wont fret Be patient and be qui t The sow must be contented by the time she farrows and this calls for quiet gentle handling Ex Much Precious Metal Lost The loss from wear and tear and shipwreck of precious metals has been estimated at two tons of gold and 100 tons of silver yearly Her Marvelous Escape A lady had a wonderful escape from death In Queensland lately When out gathering flowers she fell a preci pice at Mervyn creek near Cairns Her dress caught on something 80 feet down the precipice and this saved her from a further fall of 500 feet She escaped with a few bruises and cuts noticed say beat bedimcut i i production i i i laud I i i S 1 I I h I I I I j I I I over fti hens thru lgh to select others the same progressing p 1 1 Improvements session tern none I t i General News A Masonic lodge at Marietta 0 conferred honorary degrees upon President Taft and Gov Harmon Nearly a billion dollars was for buildings in 128 American ci during the calendar of IGO- JTiiere were 202 in the Uiiil ed States during the week ending July 14 as against 182 the previous weekSeveral of the legations at Caracas Veiuzula have cabled their that there are a few cases of the plague in that city James T Corbett claims to have an unknown who he hopes will show himself fit to win tilt tite that Jeffries lost to Johnson at Reno ruin Baltimore Ohio railroad has executed a new by which it will pay increased wages its engineers The new scale will become effective Angust 1 Speaker Cannon collapsed from the heat after speaking for an hour and threequarters at the Winfield Kan Chautauqua A temperature of 105 degrees prevailed at Wiufield The quarrel a mon officers of the United States Marine Corpse resulted Elliot Ct1 Charles 11 others Col Roosevelt aunoucned that he woud speak for his Theodore Douglas Robinson in case he receives the Republican nomination for Con gress in Ilerkimer and OieiJa New York The dead body of Charles Coast 12 years old horribly mutilated was found in a bed at the home of Muses Riche a farmer near Fort Wayne Ind Richer was arrested charged with the boys murder Countess M Lavina Magri the midget wife or Tom Thum the dwarf who made P T Barnum famous has arrived in Amerca Although years old she looks and acts young she frowns on woman suffrage President Woodruff Wilson of Princeton University announced he would accept the Democratic for Governor of New Jersey if he was convinced that a majority of the party desired him to make the race Lieut Co Francis n Ilardie US A retired of New York City has been appointed inspector at large of the Panama Railroad Company The pa itju a now one and comes as a result of the developement of the morths operation the 3 cent fare rule has caused a deficit of 78 828 in the revenues of the Cleve land Street Railway Company The directors passed a resolution to bor row 8250000 to pressing obli Ten thousand troops Of the Mexican armyincluding artillery infantry and calvery will take part in the greatest military encampment and maneuvers in Mexican history at the Centeniu Independence celebration at Mexico in September The sales of articles on install ment plan to enlisted men of the army hereafter wi 1 not have the moral support of the War Depart ment so extensive had become the practice and so frequent the purchase of articles of luxury that steps have been taken to put a stop to the sy stemNearly all the watch signs probably ninety out of 100 have hands set at 818 but comparatively few people know why this is It is no accident W K Washbnrn of New York was painting a sign for a jewler of that city when the new of rhe assasina Abraham Lincoln April 14 1865 was received in Ntw York and the latter ordered the painter to put upon the dial the hands the exact time when the fatal shot was fired namely 818 and so they have con tinued ever since Whenever you see a sign after this recall the fact that to the fatal moment TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of the Sec rctajy Washington D C June i9 lull Pro posals n e hereby solicited to be in the office pf the Supervising Architect Trees ury Department D C at ten a 22 1110 for the sale or donation to the United States of a corner lot approximate 130x135 feet centrally and located and a Federal at Lancaster Kentucky Upon application the Postmaster bidders a mrs ad to requirements and instruction fo and data to same Franklin Macvengh Secretary I S expended tit s year fa Southwestern Lauchheimer- and 80 nomination is roadFour under meet gal bns City the Lion of it l o mol Jul site S s lures Governments contract tip lettersnephew counties points conveniently prospective 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I ii1 1 1 No New Discovery But an old principle worked care fully and scientifically Gcod Flour is the result and we call it Glen Lily White louse Everybody likes it Phone 47 fiarrard Milling Company I 1 I I 1 I t It Jlli I IIJlllliII l t i M rl l Oj j I Throw Out The Give the Kidneys Help and Many Lancaster People Will Be Throw out the Life Line The kidneys need Theyre overworked cant get the poison filtered out of the blood Theyre every minute Will yoii help them Duaus Kidney Tills have brouyJil of kidney sufferers back from verge of Wl cure any form of kidney troti ble Thomas Elkin Danville St Ky says For many years I suffered from kidney complaint Until a year I had such severe pains in the small of my back that I was able to get about The many remedies I tried failed to help me and on a friends ad vice I procured a box Downs Kid Hey Pills at Frisbies Dru Store and commenced their use In a short time I improved and it was not long before I was restored to good health I rave Doans Pips the entire credit for this great changeand recon mend them highly For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other 7152t See Bongo the African wonder at the Lancaster Fair An Ordinance The City Council or the City of Lan caster Ky do ordain as folicivs No person firm ur corporation shall sell any vehicles dru s patent clothing or other articles o merchandise j6n the Public Squire o any of the piiblic sjreetsof the City ol Lancaster hnfi anyone so offending shall be nut less than Ten doIlar and not more than one hundred dol larsThis ordinance shail take effect fron its passage and publicationII Mayor R McRobeits Clerk IJVE STOCK MAIIKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS July 20 Cattle Hogs Sheet Receipts 1W1 lOt i Sws Shipments e 1331 iSS7 Shippers C 25 7 00 Butcher steers extra 5 0 50 Good to choice 5 SSo 60 Common to fair 3 50 j O Heifers extra 00 Good to choice 5 0 5 T Common to fair tcol 3 Cows extra 5 ai 50 Good to choice 4 50 5 25 Common to fair 2 004 i Canners 2 CO Bulls bnlognas U 7iXj4 0 Extra i Tot bulls 1 725 55 CALVES extra 00 Fair to good 7 M Common and large I IT 7 CO HOGS good packers and butchers S 70 S To Mixed packers Stags S K S 75 5 J K ail Common to choice heavy fat sows G 5 s Light shippers Pigs 110 Good to choice Common to fair LAM4S extra Good to choice J 10 9 15 S a 15 C 7 75 6 G5 Common to fair 350550i Administrators Sate I James Dalton a administrator of Philip Dalton will on the 6th day of August 1910 on the Premises about 2 miles South of Lancaster on the Fall Lick Pike offer for sale the fol lowing property to it one horse buggy and harness one lot of Corn and Hay farming implements hold and kitchen furniture at the same time will sell a out IS acres of Land well improved will be made known on day ofs le Sale Begins at 10 oclock a pu I on the 22 day of day sell to the highest and bsst bidder about 2 the afternoon 20 shares of stock in the Garrard Dank and Trust Company this July Dili 1910 James Dalton Admr of Philip Dalton deceased Pcetical Truth ilan thou pendulum betwixt a and tear Byron Quick Growth of Mahogany The rapid growth of mahogany Is shown in southern Nigeria where the site of a town destroyed GO years ago bas been covered with a forest con taining mahogany trees some ot which are than ten feet in di ameter Stomach Feels Fine One or two Ml ona Tablets Drive Away Distress from Stomach Get a 50 cent box of M iona tablet today and learn for yourself how easy it is to put your out of order stomach imperfect condition Miona stomach tablets give instant do more They build up the stomach so quick ly that in a few days belching sour ness heartburn heaviness billiousness headache and dizziness will entirely disappearMiana stomach tablets are guaran teed to cure indigestion and all stom ach ills or money back I have been troubled with my stom ach for two years I tried everything I heard of Miona stomach tablets did me more than 25 00 worth of good They are the best in the nis Stephen Coudersport Pa Feb 1 1910 Fifty cents for alarge box of Miona at druggists and at 32 McKoberts who guarantees them II Line help iOrS de pair Lancaster of Kidney W CATTLE 5 airy Ij u 3 0 5 I 2 m t3l t 7 oo I I I wi laliO smil more reliefand worldDen R I Happier setting thou 5rids the ago hat tiv medI- cines fine O i 9 S c 1101 less tad SHEEP extra ai S 3 7F a Q ri House perms Court n 1 everywhere h H1 fJM YOM EI catarrn or money breathe itin inducting Mutter fl Extra bottle 60o gt l 1 zt L t Cures A f p K I 1 The Peoples Favorite THE I 1 ON SOLID WEEK Commencing July 25th A Guaranteed Attraction Popular Prices I525C CDI lit9u D hiV rt1 PJ ms i ii I 1o day Night L rw- vx 1a l r r NOTICE THE HUB5 1 I falthe STUDEBAKER Wagon you pass on the road Why arent they split and cracked like the ordinary wagon Bemuse the ordinary wagon hub is made from oak a wood that splits wed cracks vcrv easily while next 1 fo Dlt t on0 h J hubs are made from 6 rn Birch a very springy tough wood chemically treated with great weather resisting Western birch is used some manufacturers but it is even poorer oak It is trashy and will not stand the strain Studebaker hubs cost mere than any other hub on the market but they fltronger and wear longer Another reason why you should buy a Studebaker from J R MOUNT SON CO When you think of building see the i Danville Lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated A DANVILLE KENTUCKY J- f t Estimates Promptly Furnished Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D W A L K E R PlionelSl t Black than ate l t t X I OOOOOOOo 1 jF I jCROCERIESH Pro lApt Delitr- erjPOO4OOOOOOOO P A t vVw