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THE CENTRALThe Lard of NiKD DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOlrEliNJU XT TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 28 1910 Fair Postponed On account of Rain but will continue thro Saturday The Pair Association Extends Greetings and Best Wishes to All I c lFrm P01j Tfte Land of NUERltS aR t tU t1 tIE lEtIfi tUi tBi4lE Bit1d2tGtUS a Te aRaRaRaRaR1RaRI i Lancaster One Day 1 I I I RECORDPURErv IR YISHID leersai A r roe r We have one of the best CULTIVATORS on i h e market No trouble to ex plain its merits Now is a good time for you to have your Binders Mowers and Implements repaired We Garry in stock Knives Sections Guards Etc for all make of machines See our Wire Fence Lancaster Ky Dont get hot and Mad Try a Oil 6ook Stove AND KEEP COOL Every Stove Guaranteed HASELDEN BROS REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES R RaR5It tIIt aIitDtaIRc iIf 4 zi t i V l rarm6r j tc f t it 1 Ii t g S E l t I CONN BROTHERS I I iY I A 1JI1WS 1WS1W JlS1W tJ e tt1 I I I 11 o iJzJ I I I c I I c i i I2f4mr Ai vq 1s a s j t i a t t LS r 7 a- A f 1 Perfection zl ty a n 7 rit 9 4 ANDREW SEIBERT Leader of of Louisville Seiberts First Regiment Band of Louisville arrived Wednesday morn ing and is furnishing good music The Association should feel lucky in se curing the service of such a splendid band having such a nice gentleman as Mr Seibert at the head of It Every one seem to think that this is the best Fair band that we have ever had here J va Bandy John Juncan col has opened i new barber shop in the room next door to the Post ollice Rev Henry N Faulkner of Phi la deiphia tilled the pulpit at the Pres byterian church Sunday morning Mrs and Michael Ray arc in Ottawa Ontarla Canada Ling their Rays improved water filter on the market Dr Pierce is called from the town this week by serious illness of a He will return to meet appoint ment next Sunday at 11 a m at the Methodist church here unless specially detained by e vent deferred Tell Your Friends We are endeavoring to get out a good paper and hope that our friends and patrons appreciate our efforts and tell their friends to take the paper Grand Work Mrs H B Pearcy and L S Harvin of the Childrens Home Society of Louisville will be in Lancaster Mon day Aug 1st with 10 children boys and girls whom they wish to place in good Christian homes Attractive Advertisement The Bowman Realty Co whose large ad is on the back page of this paper have another attractive adver tiement in the window at the Haseldeo Bros Drop around and Successful Operation Willie Fox Logan returned from the hospital at Louisville Saturday where he was operated on for Apendi citus He is almost well now but will not return to his home in New York until after August 1st Good Show The Lyceum Comedy Co who are are putting up a nice clean show and are drawing a good crowd every night Their play Tuesday night was Slaves of the Orient and was enjoyed by present Doing the Fair Muir Setnple of Louisville Kv ie the debutants delight i among us in all of his glorious glory and will be seen In daily promenade in front of grand stand on the left hand side Calling cards can be left at this An Appeal We appeal to all those who owe us for the paper to either stop at the of fice and pay us or mail a check at once as we are in need of funds You can tell how much you owe by looking at the label on your paper as it shows the exact date to which you are paid Exomg Trial CertM Quince Tankersly was in the County Court Tuesday for an examining trial for the killlng f James Ross The Commonwealth was ready for trial The defendent asked for continuance until Saturday which the Court granted and Tankersly ordered back to jail to await the trial day i 2 I r I r It Doyle Sutton putt I I I r t i I r r J t I I stereo look at it I I I showing under a tent at the Ball Parka I I everyone I I office f upi r I relative I was f rF Serous Operation Mrs Katie Conn Tinsoy left Tues dav for Louisville where she will be operated on for appendicitus at an in that place We are indeed sorry to hear that she is sick but hope that a few more days will see the young bride of only a few weeks well and happy No Drinking on Trains According to a new law which went into effect recently no persons are allowed to take a drink of intoxicating liquor on a railroad train Conductors are given power to make arrests and turn the prisoners over to tlie of the county in which the ofTen se was committed Roll Call Services Next Sunday July 31st the Paint Lick Christian church will hold a roll call all day service which will begin at 10 a m dinner on the ground Preaching by F M Tinder at 230 p m Everyone is invited to attend and it is especially desirable that every member of this congregation be pres ent at the morning services Dull Court Day A small crowd attended county court here last Monday and very little was transacted Capt Am Bourne reports it the dullest court day in twenty years He only sold two horses on the street one at 3000 the other at 4000 The farmers were all getting their work up so they could attend the Lancaster fair The park service last Sunday night was well attended Eider Tinders sermon on the Anti Christ of was heard with deep interest and heartily enjoyed by all who heard it Services in Park at 745 next nightand Rev Henry Faulconer of Philadelphia Is expected to conduct services In event of rain union at Baptist church h the ktterest fe the Tebacce Peel I Mr Bradley Wilson representative of the Burley Tobacco Society in this district is here and will be mingling with friends during the entire week His public meeting will be held in Richmond Monday August 1st and at Stanford Monday August 8th after which he will locate at Lancaster to hold meetings at each precinct in this county Fair Pestpeied One Day On Wednesday morning one of the heaviest rains of the season tell in Lancaster which extended all over the county The Fair Association after consulting the exhibitors of the show stock at the fair had a of the directors at its office at the Garrard Bank and Trust Company and postpone the fair one Every effort will be made by Association to make Saturday one of the most interesting and enjoyable days for the visitors It was a wise decision on the part of the manage ment because it would have been al most impossible for the exhibitors tj have shown their stock so muddy and slick would have been the ring i I I authorities I I business Ullion Gambling Sunday services meeting decidedto infirmary daye 1 At Home For The Fair Dr Chas YAmmer is at home for fair He is now practicing at Pomeroy Ohio a place of about thousand inhabitants and is nicely enjoying a coed practice glad that Dr Zimner is doing for he deserves credit as It was hi own efforts that he learned good profession and now that he is thriving he has every reason to feel proud of what he has accomplished Must Keep the Peace for one Year Before the Quartealy Court last Saturday on a warrant to keep the peace Chris Woolwine Leonard Van winkle James Link Van Winkle and J D Van Winkle were required by the Court to give bond to the for their gcfod behavior and to keep the peace for one year to wark all persons in the Common wealth These warrants grew out of the recent shooting affair near Car tersville in which affray about one hundred shots were fired between the beligerant parties and three persons were wounded Patronize Advertisers Every farmer who takes a paper that admits advertising to its columns re ceives the equivalent of a cash for were it not for the ad vertisiug to help pay for the cost of publishing the paper the subscription price would necessary be two or three times as much A paper whose price is 81 would be at least 3 If it had no adiertifring patronage hence every subscrtfcer virtually gets two from the advertisers It fellows then that subscribers should have a kindly feeling for the advertisers in tins paper and give them the in the bestowal of their patron age for the reason that one good turn deserves another Judges at the Fair The Fair Association three years ago adopted the one judge system and so satisfactory have been the results that it has continued to have only one person to say who shall have the va rious ties of each ring The Judges this year who are deciding between the exhibitors are Messrs John Dolin Lexington Ly Sam Mackin Ky and Thomas M Wilson Cave City Ky The all well knows to Garrard County hft of horses but men who under no would be influenced to blue except where their judge ment directs They are placing ties to the satisfaction of the crowd and we have heard no complaint from any exhibitor Base Ball At a meeting of the Base Ball of Danville Harrodsburg Hus tonyille and Lancaster teams held in Danville Tuesday the Kentucky Cen trai League was organized Mr W L Voorheis Assistant Cashier Mer tea National Bank of Harrodsburg was elected President and Mr A H Adams of Hustonville Sect The first game will be played at Lancaster Tuesday August 2nd Hanodsburg being team This marks the opening of tHe season for this league and as Harrods burg and Lancaster have long been rivals this game will prove interesting to local fans both in this county and at Harrodsburg All the Base Ball tans get busy now and lets make our town win the pennant and at the same time see two good games every week McCreary Will While in Richmond last week a rep resentative of this paper called on Senator James B McCreary and asked him It he intended to run for He stated that he had received letters from his friends all over the state urging him to be a candidate for the nomination and recalling the fact to that in years past be had the people of Kentucky to elect him Governor and Senator and that the people had done so therefore he could not disappoint them Now since the people need him so bad we think that he should make the race and gratify the wishes of his many friends and help the cause of democracy in Kentucky out a doubt the most capable man in Kentucky and will lead the to victory by a large majority He is at the fair and his many friends are indeed glad to have him with us I aa aR I are Commonwealth I 1 preference I I Lebanon gentlemen are I people to not only judges I managers l R Governor him asked He f6 with democrats l contribution subscription excellent circumstances tithe the opposing here t e j i I j I I i i I I CLAYTON A ARNOLD iKESIDKXT OF TIIK GAKKAUD COCXTY LIlt ASSOCIATION The good fair this year is partly due to the rood work of our splendid President and the untiring efforts and popularity of both our President and the Sect Mr R L Elkin Perhaps some people think there Is no work for the Sect and that it is a cinch job however if they had burning the midnight oil doing work for the fair we think that all would join together saying that he has done more towards the success of the fair than any other man WELCOME Every Man Woman and Child Here is Welcome and may you Enjoy Yourself 1 The CENTRAL RECORD along with the officers and directors of the Association extend hearty greet of welcome to these who have honored us with their presence on this occasion of our annual fair There is no event with us that is so universally enjoyed and attended as our countv present association was in 1906 W B Burton as president and R L E secretary and treas and since that time the lat ter has held that position and the fair has been honored by having such citizens as Messrs Burton John M Farra J Y Robinson and C A the last named being the for the present year The corporation has been under the management of about thirty all of whom are of our most reliable and honorable citizens aud has been from the beginning one of the most successful county fairs in the whole state The Garrard County fair has always event of hospitality and nc where in the state have out siders been so successful in gaining The association is mt organiz ed for profit and gain but in order that our people and visitors may have pleasure and amusement at least once during each year It is the endeavor of the association to furnish to visitors all happy amusement but the same time such only as appeal highmoral sentiment Wereit not to do so we might boast ot our hospi the editor may be excused to boast of the hospitality of all himself Around us you may find some of the most luxurient bluegrass that adorns the fields ot any part of Kentucky rich fields of the mountains where so the barren looking hillsard mountains and as you move in any direction you find a rich and glorious county and at the same time find the same generous and kindly neighbors that God blessed any community with So we can with pride and welcome them to our midst as well those who really come greater distance and all rejoice as neighbors and friends on this occasion of our fair and form many delightful friendships and associates that shall live through the flight of years Fir Sale A farm of 122 acres near Lowell well watered i n walking distance o f church school post office and railroad A nice four room cottage on place A bargain if sold at once For further information call on or write Willie B West 7292t Lancaster Ey m I seen uurSect I I lings fairThe organized with as Arnold President stockholders l l r beenan premiums except I As you move eastward you reach the I Imany rich treasures hid beneath ever satisfaction as I kin t talitp aid are fro r heaL ton HORSEMEN AND HORSES Best ia the Cent are at tie Lam ter Fair i The string of T IT Smiley Snn consisting or six head of horses with the Madison Square Garden Bourban Prince has stable on the ground un der the direction John Smiley three years saddle stal in this shipment won on tbe track Mt Sterling last week and is con sidered by representative horsemen to be the best three year old stallion in this section t R S Scudder familliarly known as Dick has his stallion All Peavine and winning bay mare Rapid Richard is the star represen tative of the Peavine family In Ken tucky and the best judge of feminine finery in this section Billie Burton Titian Blond of Garrard county Is also among us and his bright countenance can be seen daily ia the ampitheaterat the fair groundsP Ray of Knoxville has the best string that he has ever brought He also has a black combined stallion called Virginia Weathers J S Nichols of Woodburn Ky has a stable of seven head consisting of gelding Indian Boy the famous State Fair and horse show winner These horses are under the manage ment of Sterling Steele Nicholson who has the representative of the above named gelding Powhatan Farms of Pewee Valley Ky Richard W Schultze proprietor has twelve horses headed by the champion saddle stallion Glennworth This horse defeated every stallion in his class last year winning both cham pionships at Memphis and is consid ered the best going heavy harness horse ia the circuit today He also has the sensational walk trot mare Queen Quality who won the walk trot stake at Mt Sterling last week and is judged by the best judges ia the State to be a better individual than the 500000 Lawrence Jones purchase that this farm sold last year Bud Jim James of Uarrodsbunr Ky has three head of road horses one of them the best in this section of the country Mr James is the best judge of a road horse that this public has ever seen Abe Coleman of Harrodsburg has four head consisting of five bay road mares which have won throughout this circuit Fast year and that look like the state champion winners for the year 1910 Wray and Walker of Stanford are also among us with their fancy stal lion Carol Preston and the three year old mare Sallie Brooks Messrs Bright Rogers and Me Hughes of Danville are on the ground with a string of good onesamong ahem the fine stallion owned by Mark Goins of this county Mr W C Fitzpatrick of Paint Lick will show his good young stal lion Crestldnd There are many other horses at the fair here and more 4 W As administrator of the Mate of B M Swope deceased I win on the premisesabout 2k miles o Bry antsvf He on the fishers ford road oa WEDNESDAY AUGTST 31 1910 sell to the highest and best der the following property to wit 5 shares of stock in the Bank of Btyants Milch Cows 2 Heifers 1 Bay Mule one Mare 1 spotted Ponev l Bay Horse 1 3rey Mule 5 1 fiveyearold Horse Spring Wag iTarm Wagon Har row Wheat Drill Harrows Plows and numerous other farming imple ments one tire buggy and harness one Plano and Piano player household and kitchen furniture and other articles to numerous to I will at the same time sad place sell the farm belonghnc to the deceased B M Swope coBtaiHiop 252 acres This farm must be sold in that the proceeds car be divided between the heirs will mence at 10 oclock a m Trrreg made knowa on day of sale Swope Adaiafefcnter of B M Swope deceased This July 27 1910 For Saler 2B 125 fOM aacm JLH Baatla I alltaRaR 1 I of tat I I I n I fancyharness four years old and a chesnut champion comIng 1 AMs wet tid head or Sheep J Stem 10 I IBay Calve Rubber mention order B x T It we 1- I I C Big Star Peavine mare undefeated vi11e10 Wilily loco Hags Sale cant bM ahorj a 1r rJi tai r CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED ISSUED WEEKLY Prom The Land Of GREEN CLAY WALKER Edtor Entered at tie Post GScc in Lancaster Ky at SecondClaw fait Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky July 22 1910 Rues For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices S 500 Offices 1000 State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the of Individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR COXG11ESS Harvey Helm of Lincoln County A Wtr to Clark Cwy Harmers your growing crops of tobacco at any sacrifice and sign every acre you can save and when the time comes vote the pool on or off as shsll then seem best Dont cross that bridge till you corns to it The above is advice given to the Clark County farmers by the Win chester Democrat Drink Water The drinking of an abundance water will prevent appendicitis appendicitis is the result of con stipatlon and constipation is the re suit of insufficient bile and insufficient supply of liquids Thats what an ex change says anyway If any body wants any further reason theyll have to go elsewhere for were not here to run the doctors out of business Seisile Advice The habit of indulging in the use of profane or obscene language is one most nonsensical habits a human being ever acquired No man or youth ever raised himself in the of saint or sinner by the use foul language Purity of thought and speech are valuable virtues And yet its our honest opinion that the man woo unwittingly cusses a little now and then is not half se big a sinner the fellow who continuously thinks evil and speaks evil of his neighbrs and refuses to pay his honest debts upon the theory that Jesus paid it all all the debt I owe If the of the land would go after the fellows who refuse to pay their honest debts and to love their wives and their fellowmen go after them as vigor ously as they go after the fellows who cuss and chew tobacco the true re formation of the race might be nearer at hand Fdmt a fteay Heaven help the man who dodge enemies by trying to please every bod If such an ever succeeded we should bo glad of that we believe In a man going through the world trying to find beams to knock and thump poor head against disputing every opinion lighting and elbowing and crowding all who differ with him That again is another extreme Other people have a right to opinion so have you dont fall into the error of supposing they will rc spect you less for maintaining it or respect you more for turning your coat every day to match the color of theirs Wear own colors In spite of wind or weather storm or sunshine It costs the vacilating and irresolute ten times the trouble to wind and shuffle and twist that it does honest manly Independence to stand its ground blaster al Gamni forty Garrard County was formed in 1736 out of the counties of Madison Lin coin and Mercer and was named in honor of James Garrard who was then Governor of the State of Kentucky It Is centrally located its capital Lancaster being within three miles ef the geographical center of the State Jessamine county from which It is separated by the Kentucky river bounds it on the north Madison County on the east Lincoln and flock castle counties on the south and Boy le and Mercer counties on the west It a bluegrass county Part of the county Is hilly much of it uadulating what is called rolling land The soil is highly productive of core wheat hemp oats rye and this is one of the best tobacco counties in the State The Buckeye section of the cuaaty is hilly and has been cultivat ed grain for near a hundred years sod seeas to have lost little if any of lit original fine productive quali ties Perhaps the best and fattest bogs In this county and as fine as those of any county are driven out of Buckeye for shipment in the fall We have no Minerals gas or oil in paylag qualities in thecounty The Headier for aay but fuel and fencing purposes It about exhausted There timber in some ef tbe county suited for milling pur pesos Oar faring is diveraiied way by rotation ol f s L 1SX A YEAR Wow and For Fir interest ave estimation pulpits Imagines lIe can Itnot mans therefore is oak saly Sa Use UIIJl i i i I 7 County o because o a a individual hl thei your Is Is one r f I crops and there Is very Hill dairying truck farming and fruit piteviug car ried on as a specialty We have 150 miles of turnpike road in the county all of which can be traveled free of tel With a of taxation for their maintainance of about twenty live cents on the hundred dollars worth of property The other public roads of tu county belong to the general statutory system of roads and are well kept The Louisville and Nashville railroad Kentucky Central crosses the county covering a distance of fourteen miles There are no uncompleted roads in the county and none at present proposed Springs is the onlv health resort in the county The water is Sulphur and magnesia und is very line fur stomach kidney and liver troubles Tnerc is a sulphur well at Lowell and one Cartersvillc and dther could be made a health resort The average price of farm lauds Im proved and unimproved is about 70 00 per acre The labor employed is native and the average price per day is and hard to get The County seat is Lancaster wlh a population of about 2500 laid tiff hi a perfect square extending one half mile in each direction from the center of the public square It is a fifth class city The business houses are nearly all new and modern in their ar chitecture beautiful in design and are large and comfortable Many of the residences are handsome comrno dious and elegant in design and finish and few cities have more shade trees which are properly located for shad lug the houses and streets in the heat ed term The public schools of the county are in good condition with wide awake teachers trustees Gird county superintendent They are not to any great extent supplemented by local taxation We have a bonded in debtedness of 20000 for county and 20000 for the city and the rate taxation for county purpose includ ing the turnpike tax will be about fifty cents on the one hundred dollars worth of property for city seventy five cts In 1103 Lancaster completed its water works system the supply being furnished by an artificial lake one and onefourth miles from the fitv There is plenty or water for all purposes and it lasts through the summer drouths We have six churches and a fine graded school in the city lion Louis Y Leavell a member of the Legislature at its Long Session died in July 1907 leaving to the graded schools an en duwment fund of about 50000 The income on this fund with district tax anon supplemented by state aid has made this one of the best graded schools in the state and it will only be a question of a short time until will have a flue new school building Garrard county is in the Eighth Con grcssimal fifth appellate Tnirtecnth Judicial Eighteenth Senatorial and sixtyseventh Legislative Districts Postoffices in the county are Paint Lick Bryantsville Buena Vista Cartersviile Buckeye Flat AVoods Hammock Judson Marcellus Nina Stone Tealetsville McCreary Hyattsvnle Lowell Bourne and routes taking in the residences and business houses in a large part of the countyLancaster has recently cons several new tobacco Warehouses a new flour mill and now has two of the best 11 tur mills that can be found any where a creamery a laundry a plan fug mill a large Hotel a new mod ern Sanitorium and all are doing well A canning factory an automobile garage a wholesale eery a bottling works or any kind of a factory would do well here and the prospects are that our town will grow very much in the next few years as the new graded school has been ing people into town every year and the prospects are that when the new school building is completed and the grounds are improved in many other ways that more people move to our town to get the benefit of our school A new street has just been opened up and probably forty new houses will be constructed in the next few months The people of Garrard County invite all good people to come here and live and we can the stranger that if he should and live among these good Garrard County that his days be happy ones and he would enjoy the cimpanionship of good citizens god loyal women He rf tor Couty With a shower or a heavy down pour of rain almost every day in June and half of July brought to the farmer his part of the worries But with a week of good farming weather he has used every minute which makes his crops look better and helps his feelings The pretty weather has been used to dispose of the wheat crop either by threshing or putting it in the stack Quality of the crop is very satisfactory but on account of the late frjst in the spring and the excessive rain while the crop was in bloom greatly reduced the yield pert for a large crop of corn The ac reage in the county is unusually large and the crop has been reasonably well cultivated considering the weather and with seasonable conditions we should have a record breaking corn cropThe hay crop is not as large as us ual Many of farmers that cut clover meadows previous to last week lost the greater part yf their crop on account of the rain We have never seen cleaner and better fields of oats in Garrard than is being bar vested now The tobacco in Garrard as in moat d rate Division 100 off prominent- f we- s rural upto ate gro- t bring- r will promise of would Cr countydid t f it w Dripping Lancaster come especially the county pjirfs of the state Is not up to the nv craiie The acreage is larger than before but the average crop Is late Our soil is very much adapted to the raising of tobacco and with weather conditions favorable grows the weed very rapidly Old tobacco raisers ten us that with an early frost there is a chance for a great loss in the crop The crop on an average is fully a month later than last year However j the late tobacco is the heavy crop and should the conditions be favorable our farmers would yet put on the greatest number of pounds of t bacco perhaps by one third ever to the breaks The price will be good and with a loud crop of corn and tobacco our farmers will be better fixed than ever before Hunting and Fishing in Garrard County Garrard County the most centrally seated of all the counties in the State offers a broad field to the lovers of gun and rod Perhaps the most popular form of hunting is dove The season I opens in August when the hemp j after being cut drops its seed on the ground Then doves congregate by the hundreds to feed In a field of a hundred acres with twenty or thirty hunters lively and excit ing as the doves fly swiftly and the canonading entices you into believing that you are on a minature battlefield Overlapping the closing of the dove season Is the season for quail j Quails are plentiful inj certain portions of the county and local hunters anticipate with great pleasure the fatter part of the fall when with their dogs they have the j opportunity to bag the limit A very much used statement tif a man whose former home was in rard County is Thick as rabbits in Kentucky This remark indicates the bountiful supply of the cottontail which can be hunted from the first frost to the last of winter The sportsman can continue his shooting in the spring when the ducks lly over going north Now and then a few geese are bagged but this is not The desciples of Daniel Boone have the opportunity to test their steadi ness with the rifle during the season for squirrels Another of the many things for which Garrard County is noted is the fact that it is the home of the Walker Bros the famous fox hunters They have given enough attention to the needing of fox hounds to produce the i est in the world This sport it is t ue is indulged in by comparatively ew people but it is so well known that it scarcely needs mention Fish of numerous varieties abound- in the ponds lakes and streams The gamest fish and at the same time one of the gamest of all fish is the big mouth bass Many big catches are tirade nearly every week at the present time The aforementioned forms of Hunt fug and ilshiig are sufficiently excit lug and interesting to keep mans attention busily occupied from January to December Sexes Divided in Church The separation of the sexes seems to have been formerly by no means an uncommon practice in the Church of England In fact Edward VIs prayer book specially mentio that at the communion service the men shall tarry on one side and the women on the other The papers of a church in Westmoreland include elaborate di rections for the division of the sexes at its services Russian Has Few Equals and No Superior Management of Blue Grass Fair Has Secured Thavlus Famous Band Probably the concert band which has attracted greatest attention throughout the country the past two seasons is the splendid aggregation of musicians gotten together under the direction of A I Thaviu the famous Russian bandmaster The It has played has been uly aTtested by the fact that each city is than anxious always to have the band return The good for tune of the management of the Blue Grass Fair In being able to secure this band Is therefore especially notable Mr Thaviu has few equals and no superior as a leader His band com pines every element of efficiency nec essary to the greatest success and the most pleasing effects It numbers fortyfive musicians all of them stars in their respective capacities In ad dition the band carries with it a troupe of Russian singing and dancing girls who are themselves one of the most notable features ever seen with any band This troupe of Russians was imported by Mr Thaviu and has ap geared with him the past two seasons H is the only troupe of its kind ever seen on the American band concert The Thaviu Band will give a morn ing afternoon and evening concert each day throughout the week of 813 the troupe of Russian dan cers appearing at each performance excellence of the music at the Blue Grass Fair has always been one of its features of outstanding merit The management feels secure In pre dieting that the Thaviu Band will please the public as no other band that ever appeared in Lexington has done It Is certain to prove one of the greatest and most notable draw ingcards the fair week at Lexing ton Miss Woodward is splendid soprano soloist with band v I I I I I tent I shooting i i the SpOltS Gar often the sports BAND NUMBERS 4 sucees f the Thaviu Band at m re stage of the r ever j Russian every August The Anna the F 4 js y Let us Beautify and Improve every room in your Home If you canft come Uncle it possible for the most remote customer to us We guarantee real values latest patterns and lowest prices Our stock of Furniture Garpets Slop Wall Paper Etc is complete We solicit your patronage Remember are no farther away titan the nearest Mail Lox LANCASTER KY I 4 HU T S Sam makes dealwith Mail Us Your Order I F f G LYU TJL Phone 5 12 H s t i 9 tiff c lQ- y AGAIN RENEWED Valuable Premiums Be Given For Individual Farm Exhibits As never before in the history of a fair at Lexington the interests of the agricultural community will be caret for at the big Blue Grass Fair the week of August 8th to 13th Last association offered valuabe for Individual Farm Ex hibits including an array of different products produced on individual farms So wide was the interest in this ex hibit and so large the entries that the class will be again renewed and there is every prospect that it wit have a still larger entry list As last year the Kentucky Station will make a splendid of products grown on its excel lent farm this however not enter ing into competition with the exhibit of farmers of Central Kentucky and also will bring to the fair grounds samples of grains and of various cer eals which will both entertain ing and instructive The Fair will give a good deal of money for the show of small grains such as wheat oats bluegrass seed and there will also be handsome premiums for the display of corn To this display of farm products will be given over the first floor of Floral Hall On the second floor the Lexington will make attractive din plays white on the third floor will be exhibited i large number of articles entered in department of Women Work and Table Luxuries The en tire Floral Hall will be more complete and more attractive than ever before All farmers who have products In which they take pride should Secretary Shouse at Lexington asking for a catalogue of the Blue i5rass Fair setting forth details th to the Individual Farms and the premiums offered fo different grains c FOR THE LITTLE ONES Especially Attractive Provision For Children at Blue Grass Fair There will be especially attractive ages of six and twelve which is gen erally twentyfive cents will be re duced to fifteen cents and among the children who attend that day a Shet land pony will be given away abso lately free Furthermore the classes for ponies which are always a great attraction for the young folks will be shown on Saturday afternoon ana there will be other features that will serve to interest and attract and en tertain the children which will not ob tain during the other days of the fair I As in past years the Blue Grass Fair will continue both day and night during the week of August 8th to 13th Each evening beginning at 730 band concert be given the full program of free acts will follow and all the large aggregation of will be open IIpremiums I I r Experiment exhibit I prove Association merchant- of the addre Jouett Exhibit BlueGrass admission a Will t y ff t l Will relate Shetland shows q THE RICHEST Stake a Marked Success Excellent Results This Year the Stake Will Be Held on Lexington Day the Second Day of the Fair ti The richest race ever offered for j twoyearold trotting horses by a fair i association was the Thousand Dollar I stake given at the Blue Grass Fair last year This stake was a marked t success and produced an excellent con test The winner turned up in Hill J brooks Queen owned by the Messrs Sinyser Brothers of Louisville Ky and in the field that finished behind her was the noted Sue D which after wards won the famous Lexington stake at the fall meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association This stake will be renewed for the Blue Grass Fair this year and will be a feature of the racing programme oi the week It will be contested on Tuesday the second day of the fair which has been designed as Lexington day The probability is that it will t have an even larger field than went to the post last year While it will be the most notable feature of the program during th week there wilt be a number of other races both for harness horses and for runners which are certain to produce splendid con tests and to evoke general interest Running races will be made more jf of a feature than at any previous fair and large fields for each of the several events to be offered are assured There will besides be a splendid pro gramme of cup races offered for mem of the Gentlemans Driving Club So that during each afternoon begin ling with Monday and including i excellent racing will be wit j nessed Home of the Counterfeiter Counterfeiting is still a considerable industry in Calabria It is good form in Naples to bite all silver coin before accepting it In payment or In change j A Poor Substitute The trouble with a lot of people who cannot be famous they are willing to accept as a substitute f High Buildings In Old Rome It is a curious fact that the Romans In the time of the Caesars experienced much trouble with high buildings A law was passed restricting the height to 60 feet Quality of a Good Teacher j No man can govern a school unless l he knows how to govern himself have just opened up a new clean Barber Shop- on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me Clean Tools Sharp Razors Close JOHN DUNCAN I racIn hers R f is that r I I I aI RACE Producing I I l i Saturday notoriety Attention y 0 THE SMALLEST SCUTTLE of our free burning non klinking coal will go as far as the largest of the other kinds There are as many grades of coal as there are and to be sure ofofeggs the best you should buy where only the best is handled That is right here as many large coal users can tell you Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing I II II 6 AVV V ill a ten see in other brands For your next baking try a sack otttr WHITE SWAT FLOUR When your family con grcltilates you on the improvement in your baking you neaint tell them that our White Swan Flour was for the improvement But youll know it just the same Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop responsible NIJ1JtLmMm rwwinnnnrirus You Keep An Exact Recordof and a receipt for each item if you have a checking ac count with us and make SIFTING OUR FLOURwill is and free from all oth materials which you of I I I h the merest memorandum on your stub Dont have to think dont have to all there in black and white and the money balance which you can tell at a glance is here in security GAXRARD BANK TRUST Co rememberits 0 F 9 LAST CALL ON I Porch ani LOT Furniture Our arc now in Grand Rapids lord ing the Great Furniture Exposition and purchasing the Fall Stock Car Load Lots will soon be here To make room for the com ing Goods we are compelled to sacrifice our KeepKool Furntiure Cost is not con sidered only the question of space The summer is only half gone plenty of time to enjoy out doors Now is your chance PORCH FURNITURE Swings Regular value 750 Special 575 Swings Regular value 600 Special 350 Swings Regular value 450 Special 30 Green Settee Regular value 500 Special 350 Rocker to matce regular value 325 Arm Chair to match regular value 450 special 300 Kaltex Rocker regular value 600 special 3 75 Green Chair double cane seat and back regular 325 special 250 Green Chair regular value 400 special 200 LAWN FURNITURE Four passenger Swings strong and durable regular value 700 special 500 Green Bent Wood Chairs Rockers to match regular value 450 special 275 Gliding Settees the ideal lawn seat special 700 Hammocks from SOc to 450 Store closes every afternoon at five oclock one oclock on Saturday Carps Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Pictures Art Goods Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KENTUCKY d s ffiII JJ Br 1 f i I Buyers I 475Special fA i 1 I C F DDOIR CO I lI A5 r 7 I 1 We arc having a Special Sale on Rugs and MattingsA- ll styles of FLOOR COVERING- We can give you the finest grade of Marguett Rugs 9x12 for 1O5O A very heavy grade Velvet Rug for 129 See our special price Iron Beds for 199 with heavy angle iron All Furniture reduced for the next 30 days See our special sale bills Freeman Furniture Co Danville Ky New Discovery But an old principle worked care fully and Good Flour is the result and we call it Glen Lily White House Everybody likes it Phone 47 Garrard Milling Company 1 111111111111111111111141111111111IJlllllllllllll I I S I 1 l NoV 4 fM scientifically f f V J1 f r DAILY FLIGHTS WORLD FAMOUS AVIATOR WILL SHOW POSSIBILITIES PROMISES WILL BE FULFILLED Race Between Aeroplane and One of the Fastest Horses at Lexington Foremost among the amusement features which will characterize the Blue Grass Fair to be held at the week of August 8th to 13th will be daily flights in an aeroplane by one of the most famous aviators ol the country No other one subject is creating at this time the same amount of interest in the public mind as is the development of aerial The possibilities which it are so great as to be almost human computation Present prospects indicate that perfected it is apt revolutionize the entire world American aeroplanes have taken high rank among the aeroplane of the world and Ameri can aviators have performed not only In this country but abroad feats which entitle them to be ranked among the greatest of those living Exhibitions Daily The exhibitions at the Blue Grass Fair will be given by a worldfamous aviator and will in every respect set forth intelligently and fully an idea of the possibilities of aerial naviga tion These flights will be made daily throughout the week of the Fair so that visitors who come only for one day may rest assured of seeing them Naturally weather conditions play some part in the extent of flights in aeroplanes The management of the Blue Grass Fair has never believed in promising what it can not absolute ly fulfill It therefore does not any particular feats to be on particular days because ol the realization that wind velocity and other weather factors may prevent such feats but it can promise that except in the case of terrific down pour of rajn aeroplane flights will be made each day Race Between Aeroplane and Horse At least one day during the Fair a race will be arranged between an aeroplane and one of the fastest horses at the Lexington track The horse will be given a start of a ter of a mile and the aviator will en deavor to catch him circling in Its entirety the famous mile track at the Blue Grass Fair grounds before the finish wire is reached This will be a feature that has never been at tempted anywhere else arid is certain to prove adrawing card for thousands ot people from all portions of Ken tucky The Reputation of this Region Extends to Many Lands Blue Grass Fairs Classification is Unique Among Works of Its Kind Lexington Kentucky is in ibf cen ter of the richest and most famous agricultural and live stock raising sec tion of the United States if not of the world The renowned Blue Grass has a reputation extending to many lands and of the interests with which it is particularly concerned the Blue Grass Fair which comes this year the week of August 813 is repre sentative Although in magnitude and importance fully on the basis of a State Fair the Blue Grass Fair which is responsible alone to the enterprise of its stockholders for organization and dependent upon the support ol the people of Central Kentucky for maintenance does not try to reach outside the particular products with which its section is concerned and to which its further advancement may in measure be due Always in mind the slogan a Kentucky fair for Kentucky products it omits from its classification certain breeds of live stock for which most state fair make provision guch omission is in tended in no sense of criticism It is rather a course adopted after careful consideration for what is believed to be the best interest of Kentucky and partioularly of this section The classification of the Blue Grass lair introduced in 1907 and since is unique among works of its kind No other fair ever succeeded in separating completely and entirely treeding and show classes In its horse departments The former are provid ed for the three great American breeds the only three with which Kentucky is in any sense concerned The show classes are thrown open to the world specifications of individual ity being the only consideration taken into account Competent judges have pronounced the horse show at the Blue Grass Fair the best in America No where else can such a display of breedingstock be found no where else do both saddle and harness rings fill so well or offer contests so stirring and satisfactory to the lover of the horse 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 ec zema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25c at E E McRoberts 1m Subscribe for The RECORD I Track r offers beyond to l i i r i f I r i t mar- I f r FAMOUS BLUEGRASS Region f t r some bearing reaffirmed J VINAEROPLANE Lexington navigation aggregations specify performed l kinds PAINT LICK Dr G G Kemper ot Sulphur Springs Texas is vihiiing Ills son Mr Garnett Kemper While cranking his auto last Wed nesday Mr R N Bsasley sprained handMiss Rucker left Monday for Lexington to visit her brother Mr Roger llucker and have her eyes treatedJ Metcalf our progressive has just completed an ice house as the demand for ice is so great thai he has been unable to keep in The farmers of this neighborhood have killed the weeds and ale read lo attend the Lancaster fair 1 seems that everyone wit mako an tn be there Post master O C Estridgt 1 moved the Post ofllce into the new concrete building owned by Mr I E Moye Mr Moye has intended up a general store but owing to his ill health he has postponed ib for an indefinite time Dr and Mrs B Ramsey of Chatta nooga are expected to visit their SOl B Ramsey Jr in the near future Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable neversay die kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery 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 hay fever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain edy for all bronchia affections 50c 100 Trial bottle free at RE Mc Roberts im Beware of The more wealth increases the more men set their hearts upon it It Is a tyranny that weighs the soul down to the earth Strength of Legs Differ In 54 cases out of every hundred the left leg is stronger than the right I ISatisfac- tion rem druggist effort opening Avarice THE THOROUGHBREDS Will Be One of the Great Features of Coming Slue Grass Fair Almost every Kentuckian at one time or another has seen a running race but comparatively few have had the opportunity to see thoroughbred stock not in training Within a radius of twenty miles of Lexington are grouped practically all of the big thoroughbred nurseries to be found in North America At a number of these places are horses which have cost their owners from 50000 to 150000 It seems therefore both fitting and proper that the Blue Grass Fair which comes at Lexington the week of Aug 8th to lith should show its recogni lion of the importance of the thorough brsoding industry to Central Ken tlcy by offering attractive premiums for a show of thoroughbred breeding trck This s the only fair In America Thich offers such premiums and un f thoroughbred stock cer seen in the vori1 vill he provided for those TLs isit the big BI Grass Fair on Safurday August 13th Through the generosity of many of the most important of the thorough bred nurseries seasons to stallions which stand at fees of hundreds of dol lars have been added to the monetary premiums to be given to the winners j of the thoroughbred rings No wonder then that the owners of thoroughbred stock should Desire to win these premiums no wonder that I in some of the rings to be shown there should be as many as thirty or forty entries The thoroughbred show will be the climax of a week which will go I down in the annals ofjjorse shows of the world and which ivTIl attract to the Blue Grass Fair grounds thousands of people from every section of America Advance promises from the owners of the most valuable horses in the vicinity of Lexington indicate that the vast majority of such horses will be shown like August Belmont James R Keene Clarence H Mackay J B Flaggin F R Hitchcock R T Wilson J E Madden and others who own stock scarcely less valuable will give the public the opportunity to see such horses as can be found In no oth er section of America than at the big stock farms near Lexington H Subscribe for The Recordr C 1 I I I t k t t I I t I I I I I Men G I I r x r t x red 1 lc shows SLEDGE HflMMER Shine If are in doubt about the right road to take for the best Merchandise Follow the Crowd It will inevitably lead you to the SLEDGE HAMMER SALE at the White Elephant Store Lancaster Kentucky III ills III- III Rain 7 or II Shine ji you III III III III III III IIII I I II I II 1IIIi 1Eiii ilJI M igneMM AfRe or iu Rain I liI I ICI II 1 Now is your chance to buy N I am over stocked and they must be sold Come before they gone W J Romans m m 0Jm areall m 1 II IIIi a BUGGIES CHEAPI iiI T e iteXftffl VSBeSRSBffiraS Ice against any other udicacy and It will be found to excel all others m popular arid never tiring satisfaction When you caauol tat any iL ing else you can still enjoy a dish of our ICE CREAr li k tt B C i ream tip f E r naOnr u Stop in and hive some Or better still take some honie in a IKX so ti whole fainiily can see how good and wholesome it ia Henley V Bastin Prop Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster Ky K SKK C5 S1 I Z S i tr t t tr U cix 0 C4to 0 0 c zc aL a 4 THE Notional Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 20000 A R DENXV resident J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DESSY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr- R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Deunr J L Gill WI Williams r= WOOD SHINGLESOVER PT 74-MEESLHM can be laid without fuss or bother right over the old wood shingles chanjcinjc th top of your buildinc instantly a fire catcher to A FIREPROOF ROOF that will last as long as the building itself and never needs repairs For further detailed information prices ct apply to Apply to local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa Automobiles I AGENTS FOR E M F 30 I250 M rianders20 750oo F O B DETROIT We also handle Automobile supplies oils tires etc and keep expert Auto men for repair work If you are intending buying phone us Bell 24 and we will have our demonstrator call on you Danville Ice Goal Go BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON KENTUCKY AUGUST 8th to 13th Days and Nights 6 1from I I I w V IJl IJI 6Big I I I I w ti AAftSADDLEHORSE STAKE 1000 HigkCUss Rwbgaid Harness Races Daily w 0 t 0 to oc CDN INM 3CD rP- fA 25000IN Best Htrse SW in Aacrka sIeMii Ear ae- fIiYe DilLf AEROPLANE FLIGHTS DAILY TfczHfs Russian Band of Fifty Herbert A Kline Carnival Company ftkr OEITSHOOSESeaelalJ FrGtalpee afaiwAiine LElQiGtOMQ u S yLJ n t R sit r E f1r 1m allYiJ 1 IYiI J i io r 1J1i t f f J1 nJi f nIfi 1 t1 i 1fb po1 M Jh r lS 1 ItJ 1 r f k7i sDC r S f iilort J z I Ti tJr 1iJ cOK jo J fiiIjt k1 sYy i t r- Fd 1- d SI- r 4 t r I TI 7 J l i y 1 1w1t i srtv S ii z d K lwl T 7rw 9 ccis s9 rx tr r r See My Line of Buggies at the Lancaster Fair Price For This Occassionr R M R R r nOt D n fI V I itIb f l l3Le 9 j B I L GroundsSpeciai I KY GO TO HENRY DUNCANS Barber Shop on Richmond street for Jars lair TMHC Williams SOAP Honing Razirs a Specialty 23 years of expel ience Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY Office Hours Stormes Drug Store DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky Jersey Bull Henij Simpson M Season 1910 J W SWEENEY H J TINSLEY County Surveyor PHONE 329J ogee over F G Hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky W T KING AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references r RDS INSURANCE Office over I a to 9 B F r t Sr i UpuSUUhuppSISS1lSSSSISSUSS Shareug t atto 11 pm b WALTER t sa r Jg W Morrow Graduate Optician Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed Ki Denny DENTIST Ofiee ever Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK DentistAU Work Guaranteed Paint lack Kentucky1M0M BURNETT Physkmn and Surgeon Office over Logans store SeOdeoce Phone 75 Office Phone 6 tit Flowers of QUALITY Ware McRoberts 01 Me j DR 1111 1I111UIIIIIIIIIIII I 1rT T Wink t t 4 Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physican and SurgeonO- ffice Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Ofllce over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and hens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed b Its Faulkner jVlgrr I J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY FOR 1 SALE For Cash or Produce Wanted Fresh Clean Eggs Hens Ducks Geese and Turkeys at highest price Just received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot KILL THE COUCH MI CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discovery marl t WITH I Fill OLDS All ALL 11III0AT AIID LUNGTIOUBLES- CHJ SUISPAcmm2 OxY R it McRoherts Drug Store I flp B1orthcott ou Tree AYDos Hall and Poultry De partments have been back as of old atthe Danville Reduced rates on all railroads Pony races Mule Races Saddle Stakes Etc The Floral Placed rt r y y r HARMONY Farmers in this part are trying to finish up their corn crops save their meadows- D W Faulkner sold some heifers to J E Hammons for 1750 per head N L Willeford bought ten shoats from Mat Collett paying 84 00 per beadMrs N L Willeford and daughter Miss Bertha paid Mrs W M Hutch ins a visit last Millard Rogers of Crab Orchard was married to Miss Rachel Davis at her brothers John and Andv of this place Rev II utchison otliciat We extend congratulations Rev Hutchison was at Freedom last Sunday looking after the interest of the church was visiting master Gib son Carson last Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Burgess is visiting the home of Mr Robert Tomlinson of LancasterRev Smith Louisville will Pastor Heilbun in a protracted meeting at Pleasant Grove church Monday evening Misses Mary Chesnut and Nancy Winds went to floustonvile Friday a several days stay with Mrs Rob iuson and Miss M W D Marksbury has returned from a two weeks visit to his mister sirs B K Swope Houstonvi Mr Pointer has been sick for a few days s mptons Typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Tom Wall and chil dren have been visiting her uncle Mr and Mrs W M Broaddus also Mr Tom Broaddus and wife Perry Tuggle recently bought live calves for 200 Mr Noah attend ed worship at Mt Hebron Sunday Miss Mayme Ballard is quite ill at this writing Mrs Sam Detridge of Richmond and children have been the guests of Mrs John Bryant Where Wine Is Cheap In Spain shoe blacking is mixed with wine instoad of water Good News Many Lancaster Readers Have Heard It and Profited Thereby Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Lancaster are grid learn that prompt relief is within their reach Many a lame weak and aching back is bad no more thanks to Doans Kidney Pills Thousands upon thousands of people are telling the good news of their experience with the Old Quaker Remedy Here is an example worth readingMrs Nancy A Logan E Main St Stanford Ky says scarcely know how to express my gratitude to Doans Kidney Pills in return for the benefit they have brought me My back seemed to have given out entirely and at times pained me ten ibly I often became so weak and lame that 1 was almost prostrated 1 was also by a kidney weakness Learning of Doans Kidney Pills I began their use and they not only relieved my backache but restored my kidneys to a normal condition For sale by all dealers Price 50c FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United State Qemember the tike 110 other 7152 Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but C C J E Stormes rod Saturday ill Jeff Stigall r Barnet l1ucee and t 11 I nameDoansand I o M t1I1tSBURY assist beginning family annoyed 1IUCKKYE Mrs Wm Burton has been on the Mrs R C Broadm spent several days last week with her parents in Madison Co Mr and Mrs Mead Teater and family of Loyd spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ml Carter Mrs Nancy Jane Ray and Miss Mayme Dickerson Mrs Henry Arnold at Hyatts vLle last week Mr and J 0 Bogie and chil dren visited Mr and Mr Jess Sanders recentlyMesdames R J Burton and Forest Stapp arc at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Ed Dickerson was in Richmond several days last week Miss Ruth Ray is at home from the Richmond Normal School Miss Mae Broadus visited Miss at Newby last week Mrs Susie Reagen of Newby the guest of Mrs Jennie Broadus Mr and Mrs Harvey Dean of Bryantsvi le Mr and Mr Hiram Cox and Gertrude Torn of Leb non have been visiting Mr and Mrs A C Miles CATARRAH GOES So Does Sore Throat Bronchitis Croup and Asthma You can easily tell by reading the symptoms below whether you have catarrah or not OITeiifcive breath frequent sneezing discharge from the nose stoppage of the nosy huskiness of the voice tickl ing in throat dropi i gs in throat cough pain in chest loss of strength variable appetite spasms of coughing Ijw spirited at timer raising of mu cus ditliculty in breathing a loss of vital force j It E McRoberts has a sensible rem edy back if it fails for oath rah called Ilyomei pronounced II igl omewhich is a vaporized air so anti septic that when it is breathed over germinfested meu brane it kills all germ life gives re lief in two minutes and cures catar rahThe price including hard rubber in haler is only 100 The hard rubber pocket inhaler will last a lifetime so that you should need a second bottle of Ilyomei you can get it for 50 cant 7 2U 2 CUtes indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour stom ach cures stomach dis ease or money back box of tab lets 50 cents Druggists in all towns POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Juo M Farra Squire B Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich MrsP W Kinnaird T A Erin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson W S Anderson H G Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co I Mrs i a I I a J money the i t1lmed and MIONA belching and n C Arnold J G Clark Sick list granddaughter visited Million Mss L Pas Boy When pa was just a little boy Gee how he usl to work lie sawed the wood an built the tires An never tried to shirk lie always oiled the reservoy An sweet the process too Nl guess there wasnt many things Pa didnt use to do Now ma gets up and builds the tires She says i am An sweeps the porches an the walks An doesnl mild at all She says shes glad t let my pa His morning y Because hes tired with all the work He done when lies a boy When I get big Ill wife like my To do the chores an let me sleep Just like she does my pa An when Ive had my mornin nap You bet that Ill enjoy To tell em how I use to work When little boy Elizabeth Clarke Hardy in Wiscon sin Agriculturist Women who sailer from 1 female aihaens frequently ncnfppf pniT fill s general in time It is a safe reliable medicine for all women Mrs Rsna hare oJ Pierce Fla tried Gsrdui and afisr ward wrote I was a suf fever from all sorts of fe male trouble had pain in my side drawing pains in my legs not sleep had shortness G breath I snilered for years nn husband insisted on my trying Cardni The first gave me relief and now I am almost we1 Try Cardui It will help you E43 Kentucky Fair Dates Madisoriville Julv 19 5 days Henderson July 25 5 days LANCASTER July 27 3 days Versailles 1 days Danville 3 3 days Lexington August 8 6 days Taylorsville August J 1 days Unioiitown August 5 days Harrodsburg August 9 4 days Vauceburg 10 days Lawrenceburg August days Shepherdsville August days Broadhead August 17 3 days Ewing August 17 4 days Shelbyville August 23 4 days London August 23 4 days Erlanger August 24 4 days Nicholasville August 30 3 Fern Creek August days Hardlnsburg August 30 3 days Barbourville August days Hodgenvi September days Falmouth September days Florence September days Monticello September days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September days I I I too sma1 i i I nap J I I I Ex tetly ma I t I I ls a I I t It tj 0 Vome i1 I their a break wno1mvs Dont U ii tin case is as bad as thaltaiie Cartiui Rn llilor I k lt lu e j iB 01 I i I i U ill my I I August August August 164 173 daysI 304 312 63 284 65 63 126 Beta ie xU your it 1i Ke THE mi mm fAIR August 335 1910 I M DUNN Secretary DANVILLE KY C 11f r f l I di M 45 sw4 ISra ivY b 4 w InnU 1- rh it L 1 a t BY Brick Sand Crushed Stone PortlandCement i HUGHES iPHONE 26 No order to small be appreciated or to For Our CAPACITY DO YOU Work Done f V6 are prepared to fix you up Steam and Hot Water Heating f Guttering Roofing and Repairing We appreciate your patronage McCarthy Doty Tin and Plumbing Shop J J WALKEU President J S Jonxsox Vice PrestL ORGANIZED I88j The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSOK Cashier W O RIQNKY Ass fe C D WAIXXR Bookkeeper- J J WALKEIC Jit Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hcdson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker C A Arnod WHY NOTHAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW illlilY HASELDEN Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone 31 4At r JI nnJ4 I I I I I I HUDSON I iTo I I ANWVA AW ij COCK I II Yant Any I s 2 I 2 x I I II OCC Q I I ashr Ii f 1 I 4 s s j Unlimited seating capacity Plen ty of Shelter and Shade Attractions of every description A hearty handshake and a welcome awaits every one Write for further information Ii I J b t S 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 quality it is the foundation of this business It is an event for the people that is certainly I LOOSEN TIGHT PURSE STR INGS ON THE INSTANT thereeverything JPrDWiK1g XC JEae JEaargai leastABOX SEAT DINERS4 Dining Table 998 U z 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 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 legs 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 to 18 Our July Clear ance Price S998 16 j Furniture Values that Should c Daven port Here is your chance to rest easy and comfortable Rill two birds with one stone This davenport can be easily opened out into a lull size bed by letting down the back it has the appearance of a regular bed Golden oak or mahogany finish embossed velour or best grade of Boston leather all the top is tufted and built separate from the bottom Underneath is a box lined with denim for bed clothes Well worth 2500 July Clearance Price 1995 J I Rugs Art Squares in reds greens ori ental patterns size 12x9 feet reg ular price 500 July clearance price 348 Half Wool Druggets in Oriental patterns medalion center colors green red tans browns regular 700 July clearance price 4 48 wonderful rug i ix 9 ft good quality of Brussels in Floral and Oriental patterns all colors 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 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 elearanee 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 ofthe finest Turkish Rugs July clearance price 1998 Bodv Brussels Rugs 12x9 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 4750 July clearance price 3300 Hearth Rugs 27x54 Axminster Rugs regular 300 value July clearance price 198 27x54 Wilton Velvet Rugs 2 50 value July clearance price 148 3x6 Wilton Velvet Rugs 4po value July clearance price 248 clearance regularly regular regular Garpets Axminster Carpets in rich and floral patterns all shades borders to match regular 125 and 135 grade Per yard July clearance price 75c Tapestry Brussels Carpets in Oriental designs to match regular 1CO and 110 grade Per yard July clear ance price A 65e All wool Ingrain Carpets Soc and 9oc values Per yard July clearance priee 52e Half Wool Ingrain Carpets reg ular 65 and 75C values Per yard July clearance price 400 Mattings China Mattings regular 20 and 25 cents values Per yard July clearance price 12e Japanese Mattings regular 25 and 30 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 85o grade July clearance price 675 Linoleums Prinfed linoleums regular 50 and 60 cent grade Per yard July clearance price 33c German Inlaid Linoleums reg ular 135 and 150 grades Per yard July Clearance price 98e German Inlaid Linoleums i 65 and 175 grades Per yard July clearance priee 124 Oil Cloth colors regular 25 cent grade Per yard July clear ance price 19C Oriental Floraland borders regular cents clearance regular mall fJUFEET 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 tjv small drawers with fancy ground glass cabinet doors on each side Our regu lar price S280U July Clearance Price 1975 Curtains Assorted patterns of Saxony Curtains regular 65 cent 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 effects Brussels Irish Points Rennaissance etc regular 150 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 ace and f J5cnt We bought three car loads of white iron beds all of the newest and best designs A great assortment 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 300 July Clearance Price 275 f Good Furniture Greatest Rug Store E T 0 ii 600d 1fo T 0 c l l k f t h 1 t ff 4 L I JS tb A1R Carpets w Lexington s rF r a Yi fr P s Attend The Great CUTPRICE ClflT At Logans Mens Boys and Chil drens Suits at Half Price Odds and Ends in Mens La dies Boys and Childrens Shoes at half price Odds and Ends in Hats at half price Odds and ends in Shirts at half price Bargains In Every Department Will sell you any thing in our line cheaper than you can buy the same quality elsewhere Lancaster Kentucky We make a specialty of Photographs of Stock r Wi g I j 11 i I J 1 i i i I 11 J i X JLCJG 1 f0g 0 X X X x x it S 0g Sg JI0K g I g00g0i g 7 BaiSCASPE AO O Ogrt0 0 CO Cc 0RL O OnOC3G R auu0 SALE e i 4 SiFJFOfi EOSIO EEP lr Cm C 70gOS0 0 0 0 C 0x0 0 0 A050 The STUDIO MAIN STREET PHONE 636 DANVILLE KENTUCKY I CASSADAY lzszztl StlS tr r 1 r r Administrators Sale I James Dalton as administrator of Philip Dalton will on the GLb day of August 1910 on the Premises about 2 niles of Lancaster on the Fall Lick Pike offer for sale the fol lowing property to wit one horse buggy one lot of Corn and Hay implements Douse bold and kitchen furniture at the same tine will sell about 18 acres of Land well Improved terms will be made kaowB oq day Sale begins at 18 oclock a will also on the 22 day of County Court day ell to the highest and best bidder about 2 oclock in the afternoon 20 bares of stock in the Garrard Bank m d Trust Company this July 9th M10 James Dalton Admr of Philip Dalton deceased TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of the Sec retuy Jane l W Pro hereby elicited to be lu Architect Treas lIlY WMblartob D C at ten 22 1919 for toe isle or IjfMrtoa to tie United States of a corner lot approxinatel IMzlK feet centrally and COB a Federal balUtac attest Laaearter Upon F laiaatfr will supply pros Metlve Mssari with a efae Iar lviaer te sad iBctraction fo ytawstiaa for bids aa4 data to accoapaay far I t J Wa D C JII e tie sloe of the 0 r tie lreta I jtF South o1 sale a Deparf eat a a6 v 1e and as S T THE FLORAL HALL Fine Place to Meet Your Friends the Grass Fair The Floral Hall at this years big Blue Grass Fair which comes the week of August 8 to 13th at Lexing ton will be one of its most attractive features The hall is under the direct supervision of Mr G Norton Sharpe who made such a success of it last year The first floor will be given over to exhibits of farm products and to a special exhibit which the Kentucky Station will make for the benefit of the farmers of Kentucky- On the second floor will be seen at tractive booths decorated and occupied by prominent Lexington merchants On the third floor there will be the ex of womans work and table lux uries provision being made for 123 dif ferent classes The entirely hall will be handsomely decorated there will be music all day throughout the week and men women and children alike who come to the fair will find much there to entertaii3 taem Exports of American Fruit Tile sale of Americas fruit abroad has amounted to about 116000000 aa ually for the last several at Blue years r o C 1 f Experiment bits it THE POULTRY SHOW Wide Range of Classifications For Different Kinds of Poultry and Fowls The Poultry Show at the Blue Grass Fair the week of August 8th to 13th will be one of the largest ever seen in the South A very wide of classification has been adopted so as to provide classes for all different kinds of poultry and domestic fowls The Interest in theraising of poultry throughout Central Kentucky has in creased vastly within the past few years Many farms are now given over to the raising of poultry where was never before attempted To en courage this interest the Blue Grass Fair has made liberal provisions for these different classes and it is assured that the number of entries for the poultry department alone wi be unprecedented in the history gl a Kentucky fair Y Skillful Bribery At one oldtime British election candidate won by means of an um brella Sheer absence of mind caused him to leave the at every house at which he called to canvass and of course when it was returned by the voter a sovereign was only a suitable reward for honesty allof amp f rang t a behind e t a ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS Reproduced in Wonderful FiveSheet Posters For Blue Grass Fair Probably the most attractive paper ever put out by a fair association is that which has been used this year to advertise the big Blue Grass Fair which will be held at Lexington the week of August 8 to 13 The paper is all made from designs copyrighted by the Blue Grass Fair association and the views used are taken from actual photographs made on the fair grounds in years past The most prom inent of these is a large fivesheet poster showing a superb type of a Kentucky saddle horse One of the bestknown exhibitors in America is astride him and the position of the horse and the pose of the rider are so natural so graceful and so lifelike as to attract immediate attention Herbert A Klines Aggregation of Shows This Amusement Company Has Play ed Most Important Fairs of the Northwest At the Blue Grass Fair at the week of August 8th to 13th will be seen the famous Herbert A Kline aggregation of shows which has come to be known as the best mid way on earth For some years past Mr Kline has played all the lirgest and most important state fairs of the Northwest This will mark his first appearance in the South and the management of the Blue Grass Fair is particularly fortunate in being able to secure him for Lexington There will be some twelve or shows in the Kline Carnival Com pany all of them new with features not before seen In similar shows and all of them well worthy of patronage Wild West Show The big Buckskin Bill Wild West and Dog and Pony show is not only the largest but is one of the most enter taining of the different shows It abounds with exciting features char acteristic of the vast West that ob tained in the days when every man was a law unto himself when savage animals and savage humans alike had to be accounted with and when fea tures of our modern civilization were to large extent lacking in a vast por tion of this country In addition to the most excellent of the acts of the big wild west shows is the of a dog and pony circus which especially appeals to the children and which adds decided features of enter tainment Trained Wild Beasts The famous Rollins Trained Wil Animal Show is the peer of all shows of its kind in the country and pre sents a magnificent menagerie jungle beasts trained to an extent that would seem almost incredible Those who put these lords of the forest lions tigers leopards hyenas panth ers and other dangerous beasts through their tricks daily and hourly take their lives in their hands this element of danger risk and neces sity of unceasing vigilance causes a thrill and a zest added to the natural interest of the spectator in witnessing an almost unparalleled performance The great European Flea circus with trained fleas performing thou tricks at the direction of those who have taken infinite pains in teaching them is as novel and as remarkable as any show that could possibly be witnessed- A Model City In addition to these there is the famous Kempfs Model City a wonder that no other carnival company in the entire country can offer It is a mod ern uptodate city in miniature ac knowledged to he the best and most wonderful mechanical exhibition in the world The fact that five years were required to build it is proof suf ficient of the intricacy of its mech anismThen there is the Little Russian Prince the most famous midget a well as the smallest man on earth This diminutive dignitary is a human doll twentyfive inches high thirty two years old and weighs only six teen pounds He speaks fluently Eng lish Russian and German He spent his babyhood in a cradle made cigar box While he is so small that an ordinary can hold tim in one hand he will nevertheless prove the most popular and most sought after man on the Blue Grass Fair grounds An Antithesis In direct contrast will be seen Elma aged twentyone and weighing seven hundred and thirtyone pounds the human antithesis of the farfameo Russian Prince When with him she appears on the platform the two make a pair that is a marvel to all who see themThese are but a few of the shows which go to make up the famous Her bert A Kline Carnival Company which under the personal manage ment of Mr Kline will offer entertain ing features the full equal of any eves seen on a grounds These shows will be open both day and night throughout the week of the Blue Grass Fair August 8th to 13th A great compliment was paid the Kline shows in that they were chosen to play at the big Elks Reunion at Detroit tile second week of July Thoroughness Pays Although the time is one of rush thoroughness will pay in the long run Work 24 Hour a Day The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New LifeTills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength languor into energy brainfag into mental power curing Cosstipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malaria 25c atB E McRoberts 1m I 4 t j OJ 2 AUGUST i 5 i x 2 2 5 f f f ot- a nan I c i I t i 8THTOI5TH 1 Lexington fourteen introduction r o i ant i i F t fair A Washington Dispatch to the Women Men Must Plat Read Written expressly for The Central Record by Marion E Lelind Washington July 27 Madam Have you been to the dry goods store dry gocdsStore in your own town Have you that you must Day from 10 to 12 cents these days for the standard muslins that retailed for S agoAndginghams that sold last year for 71 cents a yard now cost 8 Those questions to the womenfolks In fact this article is dedicated the women of Lancaster This is because the editor has asked fur a political let tier from Washington for the solo terest of I is women readers Yes the request was somewhat un usual The nexvspa per correspondent who sit in the Press Galeries in the United States Capitol seldom If ever prepare an article for the enlightmeiil of women of the land But why no V Is it not true that they do more buying than the men And that in creased prices pinches the womer even more than the men1 Now if you have noted that muslh and ginghams and such are higher di you know why Senator Aldrich ot Rhode Island and Sen tor Flint ot California stated on the hour of tin Senate that the retailers were ti blame for the upward tendency ot prices These senators were simp tnitg to pass the responsibility fron their shoulders it belongs shoulders of the corner stirs where St dues not belong Your retailer is as blameless for increasint prices as you are Then wlio Is to blaim I can giv you the answer The colored gentle man in the woodpile is the PayneAl rich taiilT law The members or Congress who voted for this measure iII be exi 1 lining to your husband oefore long that tries voted for pre lection But what they really votec for was extortion STOCKINGS COST 3IOUE NOW Ginghams and laces are not the onh things that cost more because of th passage of the extort ijnJbii Tak stockings for instance A year ago a popular seller was Ger roan knit cotton stocking with a seam less foot and Louis Hermesdorf dyes This stocking costs the merchant 225 a dozen pair and sold for 25 i pair Last year a certain merican steel ing not so well dyed nor so well made cost the niftichani Si75 a di zen pair Today the American stocking costs the merchant 82 25 a di zen and sell for 2 cants Do you see the poiui The tariff has raised the price of German rival 10 cent a pair and it is no longer on sal The greedy icon gets a monopoly on stockings Then he irnmediit ly raises his price to the retailer And you are now pay ing the same price for an inferior that vou used to pay for a good article Higher pricosand cheaper qualities That is the short definition of AI drichism WOMENS CLOTHES COST MORE Womens clothes cost more this year than they did last as a result of the PayneAldrich bill A readymade suit costs 83 more than it did for a pattern of the same quality The woman who bought a pattern and made her own spring suit had to pay 1 a yard for common Line serge that she bought last year at 75 cents or for broadcloth 150 a yard for what was formerly 1 25 IMUCK IN GEXEKAI SOAK Nor are these pi ices an exception Take woolen blankets take woolens of any kind take mens ladies and chil drens why more ex ample If you have been shopping you know the story better than the writerBut on one thing at least tIle Washington correspondent if he knows his business can put you straight Your local Ameri can women are not the responsible parties It is true that the clew to higher prices leads into the but it is also true that it runs right on through and out of his back door KELUrLICANS ARE RESPONSIBLE The really responsible parties are the members of Congress who voted for the PayneAldrich hill And you might by the way inquire around and find out just how your member votedIf voted nail him and nail him hard Fcr he is the villian in the Fineness of Spider Web A web two and a quarter miles long has been taken from the body of a spider Germ Disease Can Now Be Cured is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has bailed them is to find some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that souses the diseases The whole or treatment and cure by Zemo is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers of It tells how to cure yourself at home of Etrzama Blackhead Pimples Dandruff and all of the skin and scalp Call at R E McRoberts drug store for booklet and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognzd the standard treat went for of the skin and scalp v r latelythe not iced to here Inca t cent Amer- f glovesbut r tai rs piece EczemaA profession mo i iif Ca Lis 1 Z firs the lithe its article woman loyal retailers aye The Didical method Zt diseases all diseases ERIES Clean fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed I W D WALKERPhone 181 Prompt Delivery you think of building see the Seville Lumber Manufacturing Co Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished C ROC XI X X If OC oc O hen i i t s s w t atf19 AHs G On the next STUDEBAKER Wagon you pass on the roadW- hy areut they split and cracked like the Because the ordinary wagon hub Is made from oak a wood that splits aad cracks vary easily ordinarywagon rpile hit iiR1ltf Vagon hubs are made from atan Black Birch a very springy tough wood chemically treated with great weather resisting qualities IVsitsm birch is used by some manufacturers but it is even poorer than oak It is otcihy and will not stand tine strain Studebaker hubs cost mere Lan any other hub on the market but they stronger and wear longer Another reason why you should buy a Studebaker from J R MOUNT SON ERYBOdY GOME- TO7 WHAT THE OPENING OF THE Crab Orchard Sanatorium When Sunday July 31st Lectures Swimming Race Op en Challenge to Club Swiming feats of all comers strength Will also serve a grand dinner and supper a sample of our dietetic system Everybody come YOULL LIKE are I i GRAND t Ir or t CO- t G J Y Z na y tf z 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 or Misrepresentations 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 order 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 Joseph Mercantile Company S J j 1 The Real I I I1 111 t f and can I II ThewIII j 3 E o Light I r- rPJ I f r i4f I Special Sale on J We have a number of boxes of paper when tli3 boxes only are slightly I that we are selling out at one half price Come at once Frisbies Drug Store 1 r rnJri rt mirnJ I Box il I soiled I tJi Gossip About People NSN N 5 A Brief Mcniicn of the and S Goings by Those Wz Arc Interested In Harry Tomlinson was in Stanford MondayLouis Herndon of Louisville is here for the fair Miss EUz ibeth Set t of Ark is vis itiiig Mto Tinder Miss Ethel Huron of Stanford is with Miss Susie Hilton Mr Mrs Cherry of n rod head arc vith Mrs I II Mr Goo T Misou of Chicago is visiting VT H Misun and family Miss Stella Rish of Vanceburg Ind is the guest of tha Misses Arnold Mtss Van Greenleaf of Richmond is visiting Miss Frankie KauiTuian Miss Agnes Miles is at home again after a protracted stay in Louisville Miss Emma Wilkerson of is the nuestaf Mrs C D Powell Miss Margaret Francis of Cincin nati is the guest of Mrs S F Hughes Dr J M Frnzee of Mavsville has been visiting Mr and Mrs W I Wil 1 in ins Mr Chas W West of Tuisa Okla homa is back on visit to the Lancas ter fair Misses Minnie and Annie Cotton of DanvMe are visiting Lancaster rela tivesRev C C Bjown leaves next week to begin a of meetings at tion City Misses Jennie and Mary Rankin are at home after a visit to Stanford friends Mr and Mrs Dolph Rice and Mrs Isabel Owjilev Henry of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs Stephen Osvsley Misses Norma and Miss Lydia El more are in Georgetown for a visit days The Misses Hoover of Nicnolasville1 L p I I Comings ti caJ Deli and J Hat od a serIes J j c lit T Somer- Set H June 3 r often = are expected guests of Mrs John E StormcsMr Mrs II H Puce of Dan vide are guests of Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Miss Cordelia Hamilton of Middles born Is with her mother Mrs Sarah Hamilton Vorest of Indianapolis is the truest of her sister Miss Amauda AndersonDr S Eiksn of Atlanta has joined his wife here on a visit to His former home Dr and M s A S Price of Stan ford were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Ed Price Mr and Mrs W II Molt of have been visiting Mr and Mrs Brown Miss Kate Read of Washington D P is the guest of Mrs J A Amon on Richmond avenue Misses Bessie Yantis and Sadie BauKhman of Stanford are visting Miss Aillo Yantis Misses Lillian Cobb and Tommie Cole Covington of Richmond are the guests of Miss Kathleen Walter Mr and Mrs Woolfolk of are visting Lancaster friends and taking in the Fair Mr Claude Wherritt of New Or leans Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Tom Wherritt and attending the fair Miss Willie Pierce of Louisville and Miss Mattie McClarey of Stan ford are viiting Miss Mattie Lee Hubble Mrs Wallace Walter of Kings Mountain and Miss Annie May Wil burn of Stinord are visting Mrs B F Walter Rev T H Campbell and family left Wednesday for their home in Va after aseveral weeks stay with friends in and near Lancaster Mrs H B Arnold and children of Paris are spending the week with Mrs Belle Austin and Mrs S D Turner and attending the fair Miss Ruth Ray has returned home from Richmond Normal School after remaining in school eleven months and receiving a two years state certifi cate J i J Mrs ell I John J I Louisville Lexington 1 Jm Mis Martha Swann of Danville is visiting Mrs Jas Hatcher on Water reet Mrs E H Smith and children left Tuesday for their home Birmingham Alabama after a visit to Mr and Mrs S B Henry Miss Kathleen Walter chaperoned a house party of the Junior set at the home of Miss Edna Berkle near Bry antsvillc Mrs Donald McDonald who has been spending some time with in Indianapolis left this week for Chautauqua New York where she will remain the rest of the summer Danville Advocate Mrs James L Yantis has the fol lowing guests at her hospitable cou try home Mrs A M Girdler and daughter Miss Elizabeth Miss Hele May Mrs Ralph Longworth and Mr Brent Crawford all of Somerset and Mrs Jack Adams Jr of Denver Ctl The following are some of the Lan caster people who attended the Rich mond fair last week Mdssis R L Elkin W B Burton Mark Goins J Y Rcbinson Waller Hudson Dan El kin Robert Walter Drs J B Kin naird son Robert W W Burnett and J Misses El sie and Margaret Morrow Sophroney Fox Fannie and Delia Tinder Eunice Prather Annie Herndon and Mary Kate Singleton An auto party of Leading Louisville citizens made a run through Frank fort Harrodsburg and Danville reach ing here Tuesday evening and stopped at the Kengarlan The following the party Messrs V H Euglc hard Fred Levy R A McDowell R E lughes and their families They were entertained Tuesday evening at a six course dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs J W Miller on Wednesday at their home a most substantial repast was given them by Mr and Mrs M D Hughes parents of R E Hughes They went to Lexington where dinner was served to them at the Country Club They were also entertained at historic old Ashland as Mr R A McDowell of the Louisville party is related to the Clay and Mc Dowell familes of the Fayette capital The auto tourists will return Thurs day night to the Falls City More personals on last page I s M Elliott M Acton comprise e YODU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Try the that Currey sells I am standing bull 100 cash R L Elkln Try a BaIerleiuSi opposite depot r All kind of fresh vegetables at S D Turners 7292t Best meals In at p N Res taurant opposite Just opened a fra n lot of Lowneys Candy 34tf R Zimmer The weather ii too bake cakes so buy them tf Fresh at Zimmers 34tf Be sure and try one of Curreys cakes this week tf Every thing ror at Baier leins Restaurant opposite depot Dont tall to see of Base Ball Tuesday 2nd Watch for the ripqtfted horse give the boy your order Ph 5ne 199 7292t Too s I must reduce my large stock can a bar gain W J Romans s 729tf Do you want a Vo0a meal Then go to Baierleins the lepot Call up 199 fresh gro ceries for the S D Turner 7292t Will give highest market price for all S D Turner 7292t Will pay 1 cent per dozen for your eggs than anyone Ward 7 29lt If you want if buggy wagon or har ness you them cheap at 729tf Come Now If you wanta first class buggy cheap They fast 729tf W line of Fruits Cakes Pickles Lunch Biscuit ana etc for your lunch at Fair Ward 729lt- i Now Is the time o Old Hickory wagon to deliver your wheat 729tf J Romans Lost or stolen A year old black mare mule She was seen at Wednesday oilered Goode pd Nicholasville Ky Wanted White pak Logs write us prices Will also buy Standing and White and Red Oak Lum Mill Hardwood Co Ky 784t n depo fro Frey Lowneys l lhe t e attern Ib gg uu et res uTantoPPiite fo neWand t e cuuntr duce H get W J Rom s going J Romans IH lour last Ma July 13th Rewa jW 7222t for Timber n ng Flooring ulsvllle t new cakes my 1 sey for meal a Phone 9 otto Land iair August and far pr mole Fresh lCa Cady I r uy Jan W u ksb rry bert Contracting P inters lld Decor Y4iTffird St Danville o tZJI c I f CoOflier N te 1 torsa Ky arw iCS c Dont forget Hickory wagon Is built J Romans the Hickory tvajpon places It In the lead of all 729tf Romans City Tax and Water Rent Due At a meeting of the City Council of Lancaster I was directed to report to them on next meeting nigljtf all the rents to Jtfylst and all the unpaid city The City taxes for 1910 were 1st All those who owe above will please call and settre tonce L E Herron 71536 City Marshal ITS GENEROSITY IPPIEtllTED BLUE GRASS FAIR LAST YEAR GAVE BIG STAKE THIS YEAR WILL SURPASS LAST Great ThousandDollar Stake for Sad die Horses Will Be Contested on August 10 At no other or horse show in tho entire country will be witnessed a show ring In any sense comparable to the great Thousand Dollar Stake for Fivegaited Saddle Horses which will be contested at the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington on Wednesday August 10th Last year the Blue Grass Fair association startled the entire horse world by its generous offer of a stake with a guaranteed value of one thousand dollars in cash Its and its progressive methods were appreciated by horsemen to the extent of enlisting twelve entries which included the very greatest five gaited horses In the whole country The contest between these beautiful animals was watched with unabated interest by more than twenty thousand people It required nearly an hour for the Judge to form his decision and when the ribbons were tied first money was awarded to Edna Mae the peerless chestnut mare which Is re garded by good judges throughout the country as one of the greatest of her breed that was ever produced Yet notable as was last years for this stake the one which will result this year promises to surpass it The number of entries will be larger the class of horses will be fully as good and additional interest will come from the fact that Missouri will send of its best known horses to do battle with the best tha Kentucky produce Last years is barred from competition but the horse fortunate enough to wear out of the ring the purple ette denoting the champion will be worthy to take place along side of Edna Mae as one of a galaxy of stars that will be long noted in saddle horse history the I ld ger an runs than any a n market 729tf W The late on Old- I W J I rail r contest I I lighter on t is imprnement oche agoras water tax d larch for a li generosity several can winner roe WALTER A WOOD The Best and Most Durable Made JohnDeereBuggies Brown and Deere Cultivators j See the New Deere Sweep Rake Nothing made fe like it Standard Binder Twine can be used all Binders All goods outside the Trusts i I- J R Mount Son Co i Why not buy milk from the Dairy FRESH MILK delivered at your door twice a day w MOSSPhone 190 On Juty 1st A change will be made in the style of this firm I am very anxious therefore to have every account on my book closed by that date May 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 must be closed so please spare me the trouble and time of sending a collector to you 3- H E flcRoberts 1 Druggist p Bin er Mowers and Rates I ont r f S f i t JII I I I i rl 1- J i NN NN f account S We carry the most complete and uptodate stock of Decorative Wall Paper Material Paints Oils and Painters Supplies in Central Kentucky Also set the pace when it comes to low prices and give our per S sonal supervision to all work intrusted to us We solicit your inspection Very Respectfully Coomer c DANVILLE KENTUCKY 7 j 40 1i Navelj- t i F S pa Five Minutes Walk t rom Court Housew The beautiful new addition to the rcsidcntal part of the ety known as Haselden Heights is now open for sale and investors as Well as home builders are cordially invited to look this beautiful tuildirg site over This beautiful spot has all the advantages you have in the city property Without I is Disadvantages you have her concrete walks water electric lights pure air ynd when you take into consideration the fact that you can buy these fine lots at r 1 I4 HA L ElJ i Ec r uj l a 1rErmpTat 1 tV b- t tit p F I 3j1pi1 1 r- IIEIGHTS- ni cltt h IH 1 P 1 F g tJ et iit lll rlv J LHWSclZ tate Y bk l1y IoJVwN 0 9 C l afv So come early before the are all gone Price Terms Will Surprise You Our salesmen of Ilnntington W Va are on the grounds all day or a phone to the Simpson House will bring us to your door with a team Be sure and these lots over at once The Land of is now waiting for VQU to do your share Do it now by buying a lot in Haselden Heights LANCASTER KENTUCKY lets 1 The Location and loot I Now B0 t i r C0jjJ fYJ Pr iiJc 11 ttid PT li s t 11 Jt41 f 1 N r I ET Ti Aik 1 1inL 2 v 414 People N V N atioBof Ihe and Oew rcf Interested In Kiss Aniul is in Lex ington for a stay EUIIKQO ks en joying a visit at Crab OtecBard SprJh s MIL ail r ffttdson Is af Estll Springs tor scprel daYs Horace t Walker of Washington IX G Fs TKte for the fail M5s of Loursville is TLsiiifig Miss Minnie Brown Mrs Jack McBot erts of Covington isjierc with Mrs 3 II Mpunt Mary EbftojR is at after m prdtrac etl In Richmond Joe F Price is at home from an en joyftJtiestay IB Washington Oft Mte Ahofc Ilig ins of Richmond is Tisiting MisS Annie llernion M Jotm iSratcher t Somerset is VMiing his Waller Hudson Mr Robert Bronauuh of JJicholas vllje is vMtlog Mrs W Rv Coofr Miss WHlle He trf Lexington rs wHJi ber sister Mr Ilenry Sinipsou Mrs Wm Grcyoryi of Braddock 3 t rt Dakota 4s tn nj visjtln MissAnnfc Berfidon was Miss Julia Jlitrghife during the Richmond fair Mesdames T J and Ed Price were guests tif Dr and Mr P Grant Ffidax Shirley Elftln fe at home for a visit ta his parents Mt aqd Mrs T S EHUn Miss Yanole Tinder Is at home from a prutracLedvisK to relatives in Cyn Kiss EanaBericfey of Bryantsviila 16 tbegua of Jrtiss CI wid rrtve Htey lot a visit to Mws Wade flush of St Louis is a guest it the home of ME and Mrs MeRoberts The BttIbS and Mrs C Brown fc recHperating after a spell BioiM Ilodson and son ftpwtt several days at Grab Orcbard MH Loaiae Kaiffnon is in Rich 1tLJ G About Itgrid n lilhaon Miss Waller MIsS home tri I relay guest S BtfMi LYroisdne A JIII ill dt Rev Mrs Utile ssZ sir 7lrhsti Ton Ruth stay y tlves thlanafay r P WHlla es- y1iss Malidoa d1 of d1 C otillnebe li prhgs S i viiting Mr and Mrs John jCrccnleaf j Mrs Wyatt Letcher of Danville was the guest the past week of Mrs Wm R Cook Mr and Mrs Joseph Bogus of Rich mond are guests of Mr and Mrs J D GulleyFrank left the pmt week for New York from whence he will sail PanamaMisses and Nell Warren of Stanford are with their aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Miss Kate Kinnaird has gone to visit relatives at Barbourville and MiddlesboroughMiss has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs George Rob inson of Danville Miss Helen Thurmon of Somerset is visiting Mrs U D Simpson and daughter Miss Katie W C Price of Danville visted relatives Thursday and took in the Creat Fair Mrs C C Brown and children will Iftve Saturday for a visit to her sister BarboursvilleMrs and children of Junction City have been guests of Mrs C C Brown MisSeses Lettic Mae McRoberts and Joan Mount have been recent visitors at Crab Orchard Springs Misses Bej a and Stella Sanders and Dr J L Pursley were visitors at the Richmond fair Friday Miss Willie Henry of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs Henry Simpson for the Fair Mrs K F Postle Mrs E C Gaines and Miss Annie Roystqu leave Mon day for Estill Springs Mrs Mary Taylor and daughter Miss Abbie Taylor arc enjoying a stay at Atlantic City Mr and Mrs Hiram Cox of Leba non have been guests at the home of Mr and Mrs A C Miles Miss Marguerite MCcrmack of Hustonvlfie is the guests of her friend Miss Bessie Brown Mr Ross who was called here by the death of his brother James Ross has to his home in Illinois Miss Rella hasre turned from Martinsville InrJ where sbe was un der treatment for rheumatism Sparks of Nichol Seville came Friday fora visit to her cousin Miss Marguerite Kinnaird Miss Gladys Frisbie is at home after a visit of several weeks to her cousin Miss Margaret Hughes of Louisville Mrs J B Kinnaird entertained at 1 I 1m Hid I i I I I J cst J j returned Arnold Miss Salle Marrs I J ci Lancaster a G oclock dinner in honor of Mrs K F Postle of Passedena California Jlr R Zimmer leaves Sunday for a two weeks stay in Germany Mr R H Metcalf and W J Dun can of McKinney were in town Wed nesday Mrs Jennie West entertained Fri day evening in honor of her sister Mrs Joe Faulconer of MHdlcsuoro Mr anb Mrs J R Haselden and children had trip to Flemingsburg aud back in their handsome auto Miss Elizabeth Thatcher of Somsr set will arrive Saturday for a visit to her friend Miss Mie AieRob ers The Stanford Hop Club will give a dance at their dance hall in Stanford on Friday night Seibert will furnish music Mr and Mrs R E Hughes and daughter Margaret Elkin of Louisville arc guests of Mr and Mrs J W Miller Mrs Jennie West gave a handsome six oclock dinner Friday evening in honor of her sister Mrs Joseph Faul cyner of Middlesboro Mr and Mrs S D Cochran gave a 6 oclock dinner in honor of Rev T II Campbell and family of Coburn Va and Rev and Mrs O P Bush Mrs J Fleece Robinson entertained handsomely at a course dinner Friday evening the guests of honor being Mrs K F Pestle of California and Miss Annie Royston of Chicago Dr IT M Grantand sons Lucian and Bowman were in Richmond for the match game of baseball between the Winchester team and Richmond nine Hon Chas Reynold General Dep uty Collector of the State Messrs M Ray Yarberry and EJward Wells also in the revenue service are the guests of Judge R A Burnsides and are hav ing a good time at the fair Matter Allen Johnson and Miss Florence had for recent guests Miss Eugenia Anderson Master Thom as and Mary Campbell O P Bush Jr and Misses Josle and Mary Ar noloVMr and Mrs 3 S Johnson enter tained at dinner Monday Mrs Wm Anderson of Birmingham Ala Rev and Mrs T H Campbell of Coeburn Va Rey and Mrs O P Bush Mr J B Kemper and Miss Knapp West of this vicinity Hon Ludlbw F Petty collector of the Fifth District of Kentucky came up from Louisville Thursday to be the guest of Major IT Collier for a few days and attend the fair Major Collier always gets home for the Lancaster fair which he thinks is a LeI tie the little Saturday William vAw and theSh revved INVESTOR and a place where everybody has a royal time Mr Petty is at home on fairgrounds although it is Iris first visit to Garrard county is a hap py way of making friends with body he meets which accounts for his remarkable success in the game of politics for so young a man Farm and Stock Hogs can not be raised with profit wihout suitable pasture of kinc Commissioner nankin has started a school at Frankfort for the purpose of educating inspectors of live stuck untierthe new law in the effort to tmp out the scab disease of sheep In this state The onions should be taken np and dried a few hours in the sun and then stored in a cool plac It is best to sprinkle airslacked lime over them tie in bundles and hang to the joists of the storeroom or place upon the cellar floor The poultryman who lives near a or a he can get skimmed milk for his fowls is in big luck It is an excellent feed for them and especially valuable to use in the mashes A number of prominent tobacco growers of Nicholas county announc ed Wednesday that they had aband onep their crops for this year on ac count of the destruction wrought by ghe recent floods and the heavy growth of grass and weeds in the crops It is estimated that the yield has been cut down fully onehalf by the floods aiip wet weather The highest price for farming land ever recorded in Boyle county was given by Morris J Farris to J D Whitehouse for twentyfive acres one mile east of Danville The price was 191 per acre The land is prac tically unimproved Mr Farris will erect a house on the property and reside there In The next highest price ever given was the recent deal by James A Shut tleworth who rave H D Stiles 160 1 per acre fur the old Duke farm The War Department has 19949 horses 10187 mules As there are approximately 4123000 mules on farms in the United States there are not over onefpurtb of one per cent of the mules owned By the War There are very few mnels owned by The turkey crop of the United States could easily be doubled and still be profitable if the farmers of the country would give this branch of poultry culture little more atteir the Ill every some I creamery dairywhere I r the I n I the goverment I I mixing future made iw Department other At You have to pay for a city lot W fr qII OJ f eijiVf You I1t L Will Not I Home BuiLer j j j tion So many have the idea that turkeys are hard to raise that they hesitate to muse the venture the first ten days or two weeks of their lives they arc more delicate than chicks of the same ogre it is true but after thst period they hardy as other poultry THE OLD MAIDS DREAM From the Majors Scrap Pun The old maid sat in her old arm chair with half closed eyes anti air and without a blush on her maiden face fell into old Murphys sweet embrace She dreamed a husband kind and true her form to Ills side so gently drew while in ac cents gently clear and slow he called her the dearest name below A lire was kindled upon the hearth while the tea kettle sang a meaner lay than it had whistled for many a day Now light was diffused in the old maids heart as she felt her loneliness de the table spread all clean and new plate saucers and chairs for Here the poet kindl pauses for the laudible purpose of prolonging the old girls bliss But to resume At last as the dusky dim twilight was fast giving way to the shades of isight she reached her arms for a sweet embrace and alas alas found empty space Asfrom her vision of bliss she awoke and found that her dreams had van ished in smoke she arose and said with a shuddering sight that I had married in days gone by P S The oW girl lives in Lancas ter Cost of Crime in Britain Crime in the United Kingdom costs the state about 30000000 a year LIVE STOCK MARKET f CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS July 27 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 91 2519 50J7 Shipments 73 534 5301 CATTLE Shippers 10 T 00 Butcherstecrs extra 6 10r 50 Good to choice 510 ft 00 Common to fair t 2fi4 2o Heifers extra 5 S3 5 GO Good tocholco 4 355 15 Common to fair 75 4 25 Cows extra C05 25 Good Jo choice 4 25 1 00 Common to loir T 2 00 4 15 Connors 2 02oo Bulls balognas 3754 150 Extra 1 65 Fat bulls I 1 605i5 extra 1 50 7 50 0 i 5 j Common and large C 4 W7J5j HOGS good packers and butchers 00 10 Mixed packers 10 Stags r 751 Common to choice fat sows GV 7 frt j Light shippers 9 Pigs 110 Ibs and less J 05940 1 10 Good tochojcc a 3X 1 00 ComnioQ to fair i 1 75 3 25 LAM S extra 750 Good to choice ly 23 25 to i45 G 00 j I I I part two ObI t t t 2 5 CALVES Fair to P I u Soot 9 i G cal 910 I SHEEP extra r f1i During areas pensive that 4- 5 0 6 good N off 5 r 6 7 Common fair Those Piss Of How delicious were the pies of toy hnocl No pies now ever good whats changed the pies 2o Its you Youve lost Via strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver the active kidneys the regular bowels of boy hood Your digestion poor and you blame the loon needed A complete toning up by Electric Bit ters of all organs of digestion Stom ach Liver Kidneys Bowels Try them Theyll restore your boyhood aopetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with new Health strength aud vigor 50c at B E McRobert State Pensioners Robert E Pluribus Unum Smith la an oldage pensioner in Australia In his application he added the words otherwise known as Rovcrfv Cob In spite nf tn 5 uncomplimentary second title thi local authorities certified his character as goon and he had no difficulty in getting his 240 a week from the state The oldest Australian pensioner is a woman of 105 As a Rac The most interesting neighbors however are usually the most Detroit Free Press Boyhood tasteso i r II I I I i I I f tl What im- Aged t unneighborly 1 FARMERS COLUMN space below rhl heading is for exclu sive use of our farmer snbseribers and is for the sale of stOIc jrrniii and such things n farm ss the iftrmcr cannot afford to advuc tlso No notice twill be accepted fore lines and will be only in two issues ot til KECOCD iree of charge For nice red caw and caW W For twoyearold mic cow giving about three gallons par day J F Higgins Send your JOB WORK To The nUHOU tJ1 OIH lIIt1I1U i IUOH HOUD all II oven SaleA R Cook SaleA I I Paint Lick Rlt D 2 Central Record the good iaTy 0r0 V s I I I Make my store your head I quarters during the F irIS 1 IJ s I T H I I I t VO no r 4 c44L 2ts-d t Q n 0s Q- ra t et 1- J l i