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Fran The Land of Now THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Lmid of Nino KY THURSDAY AUGUST 5 1910 UMBER 17 r TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER mr Farmer We have one of the best CULTIVATORS the market No trouble to ex plain its merits Now is a good time for you to have your Binders Mowers and Implements repaired We carry in stock Knives Sections Guards Etc for all make of machines See our Wire Fence Lancaster Ky g o n CON BROTHERS a l w Yr r r r 1I I t f- I I r Elizabeth Vermilion of Danville Ky The above picture is a likeness of Miss Elizabeth Vermillion who won the prize at the fair for being the most beautiful young lady at the fair on the last day The prize was a handsome brass bed worth fifty dollars and was by E E March of Lexington Ky Mies Vermillion is a beautiful young lady as has been admitted by all who saw her and that includes almost every one at the After the judge decided on Miss Vermillion she was asked to ride around the fair ring so that the people might see her so she and lIon Joe E Robinson were driven around the ring in an autnmobile when Mr Robinson made a very eloquent address presenting the young lady to the people at the fair I Miss given fair The C W B M held their regular meeting Wednesday afternocn in the Christian church Joe Jorden of Wilmore will Bryantsville next Saturday to buy mule colts All wishing to sell should have there mules there HOLCOMBHILL- On Wednesday afternoon Mr Stan Icy Hill age twenty one and Miss Mattie Holcomb age nineteen were married at the home of the Rev Shouse in Danville Both parties live in the Camp Dick Robinson neighborhood in this county where they are very popular and have many who we join in ten dering them congratulations and best wishes r Ir I r r r r I I bin friends e Attend The 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 gS He 8 g I j I I I I I j 3 i tI 0g g g0 I Great I CUT PHI i iIi II 11 9 I11 1 I i i iEl ECG 1I811 eII8 x x fti h I I lv J ro i L 93tii a GsA 6cv 300 03JzOaC 0 OEO I CLOTHING SALE 0 o e o a I z-v giv o o m i o wao o o a- mr ti S p C 1 Itt x GO TO LEXINGTON On last Sunday a new schedule on the C and O went into effect And you can now go to Lexington on the early morning train making direct connection at Winchester RichGrove Miss Bell Rich of this county was married in Lexington Tuesday to Turney Grove of Madison county Rev T J Spencer of Christian church performed the ceremony They left at once for Madison where they will reside Methodist Church Service Fourth Communion Service and Quarterly Conference next Saturday and Sunday August Gth and 7th Rev D W Robertson Presiding U der Services Saturday 3 p m 11 a m Quarterly Conference Sunday 230 p in of official Boards of Lancaster and McKendree churches Garrard County has Best Ponies At the fair last week the pony to Mr J Romans took the first premiumm for best turnout driven by boy or girl pony under hands high This pony was of the best ones shown during the nor did we see anything at the Richmond fair that could beat him i Lancaster took all three premiums in this ring Prewitt Thompson taking second and Glass Carrier third Dan also had a good bunch of ponies and landed several premiums JOHN G CARLISLE Passes Away at New York Another great Kentuckian passed away when Hon John G Carlisle died in New York last Sunday He had been in failing health for about a year and it was generally known that his great career was fast coming to a close He had practiced law in N Y since 1897 Prior to that time he was one of the must active and useful figures in State and National politics His political career begun in the Ken tucky Legislature in 1859 when he wag a member of the house of He was afterward State and prominent in all the dem ocratic conventions as long as he re sided in Kentucky He was Governor of Kentucky and was afterwards elected to Congress where he served as speaker of the House the 48th 49th and 50th Congresses In 1890 he was elected to the Senate to fill the unexpired term of Hon James B Back Mr Carlisle served faithfully and well as Senator and on account of his great ability dent Cleveland selected him as a of his cabinet and made him Sec retary of the Treasury During the various presidential administrations different cabinet poiiions have been deemed the most important but dur ing the last administration of Presi dent Cleveland the secretaryship held bv far the most terrible panic that it has ever experienced and financial dis greatest business judgment and state manship and maintained the financial nonor and integrity of the great na tion which he so faithfully served His memory will live in history as one of Kentuckys sons and one of the nations greatest states man Subscribe for The BSCORD I I the Sunday belonging W lone Elkin Representatives Lieutenant during member trying f Senator Pre greatest i rrr l Ready who served at the terms of the Garraid now be paid at Mc Robrerts drug store F S Hughes T J F We take this means of extending our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy at the time of our great be reavement Amelia J Ross and family Found Joseph Wending the accused mur Little Alma Kellner was In caled in San Francisco list urdav bv Cap John P Carney a Loiiivile detective lie writ arrive in Louisville Monday Teachers Institute The Joint County Teachers Insti tute will oe held in Danville begin ning August 29 Supt MACassidy of Lexington and Miss Lelia E Pat ridge of Richmond have been chosen instructorsI orders from State Superintendent Regenstein to re voke the certificate of any teacher who fails to attend this Jennie Higgins Supt Want use of old Brine A move is on to try and get the Southern railroad rate with Jessamine and Mercer counties in an effort to convert the old railroad bridge at High Bridge in to a bridge for vehicles and automo bile The new railroad bridge is baing rapidly constructed and the old structure could be easily transformed into a public vehicle bridge to take the place of the old ferry line now at that print Announcememt Party A very pleasant social affair was the party given by Mrs J A Amon Thursday from five to six to an nounce the wedding of Mrs Mary Fris bie and Mr II T Logan on August 17 Quiet a number of Mrs Frisbie friends were present on this occasion and the fair bride to be was heaped with best wishes Refreshments were served the color scheme being pink and white and Mrs Amen proved the ideal hostess that she has been on many occasion Protracted Meeting Elder F M Tinder will begin a meeting at the Christian Church on next Sunday morning and will continue it for about two weeks We hope that every one will take a great interest in this meeting and that many souls will have been brought to Christ when the meetingis closed The sinking will be extraor ordinaryly good as besides the local singers Mr R I Spencer of Lexing ton and Miss Mabel Myers of Louis will be here and take part lead the singing Miss Myers is exceptionally good soloist Services will be conducted every evening at 730 oclock LONG LIFE ENDS Passes Away at Danville Mr David Wooley Dunn one of the oldest and best citizens of Danville died at his home in that city last Sat urday morning death was due to a long decline in health The was a native of our county hav iug been born and raised near Camp Dick Robirson and living there until he was sixty years of age when he re tired and moved to Danville He was at one time one of the leading horse men ot this section Mr Dunn was twice married his first wife being Miss Sarah Burdette wIll died in 1872 His second help mate was Miss Sophia Robinson who survives him From the first union were born two children Col I M Dunn of Danville who is well known and has many friends here and Mrs M S Btiughman of Stanford Misses Vary and Cyrena Dunn are the de scetidants of his second marriage Funeral services were conducted Sun day afternoon by the Rev J Q A McDowell at the Second Presbyterian church in Danville NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA If you Have it Read This Letter Mi na is Gianatecd g I was taken last August with a se vere stomach trouble The doctor said it was nervous dyspepsia I took his treatment for four weeks but did notjfeel any better I took 1 heard of The first day of December s runs I got a box of Miona I took w and havni had one bit of pain in my stomach since the 2nd of December 1 took five boxes Feel well now and sleep E Maxfield B F 2 Avoca N Y MIONA is surely the best pre script ion for indigestion written It relieves after dinner distress belching of gas foul breath etc in five minutes It is guaranteed to permanently cure indigestion cute or chronic or disease of the stomach or money back MI ON V stomach tablets are sold by r E McRoberts and leading jdMij everywhere at 50 cents a I IMo cy I lerer Of f Cincinnati to coope er ion of I I t I I I I i I iI t it ime and an E Ills G E s ieverything them that afternoon and the next day goodMrs ha- D 1 PhI x Wem ling Cal Sat institute- S 54t cause protracted deceased ever heartburn say r f Sj 5 ig j j j 3 Dont get hot and Mad Try a Per fection Oook Stove AND KEEP COOL Every Stove Guaranteed HASEUEN BROS REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES Too busy this week to write an ad We are making GLEN LILY AND WHITE HOUSE Garrard Milling Company Phone 47 Now is your chance for a 1 Q Q ZJ rl 1 Z S1 Oil I i if S iM I i n i Ii I Q tltl rt tl S I III JoIr lulu I I I l Ii I I 4 I I i to II I It II III 111111 i I f FLOUR i IIIlt IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII YoO Vd ftO b V x rJt1 t m GrsJ i0 QlSA CliI e IHUGGIS HAPIi fit xZy R 1 t Kgl I am cutting prices on bug m gies right and left S Don fail to get one while they are CHEAP ifW W J Romans SO 1fJriJJ rlIaTYstYflb1eteYer or- asm marav vVz c ria life M Paiaaa Casal bad one drawback mala troublethat has brought suffering and death to thousands The germs cause chills fever and ague jaundice lassitude weakness and general debility But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria tboubles Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria writes Win A Fretwell of Lucama N C and Ive had good health ever since Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney Troubles and prevent Typhoid 50c by B E McRoberts biliousness 1 frightful Guaranteed Dont pray with the hungry man until you have given him something to eat Prayer without pork availethnot Subscribe for The Recordr Sheas Sfepfc That a clean nice fragrant com pound like BucklensArnica salve will instantly relieve a bad barn cut scald wound or piles staggers Bnt great cures prove its a wonderful heal er of the worst sores ulcers boils tel ons eczema skin eruptions ac also chapped bands spraiw cores t8 Im I 25c at kE cKobH skeptics gad Try IL N We are offering every article in our immense stock at reduced prices now in order to make room for Fall Stock lvlciTiin3 let us serveyou as it will be to your advantage A call will convince you that your money has greater purchasing power now than ever before I J JLT 4 JJ t i Mid AWStirt1trier Bargains I If You Need Furniture Carpets Rugs Pianos Etc F G HURT Lancaster Ky J t w J i r- i i t- f 1 CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR From The Land Of JW GREEN CLAY WALKER Edtor Entered at the Post Gficc in Lancaster Ky a SecondClass Mail Mailer Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky August 5 1910 Rates Fur Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 J County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 Fur Card per line 10 For all publications in the iuter individuals expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries par line Ooj DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR COXGUESS Harvey Helm of Lincoln County A Word te Clark County Farmers Save yourgrcwtng 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 shall then seem best Dont cross that bridge till You com to it The above is advice given to the Clark County farmers by the Win chester Democrat TELEPHONE RATES To be Raises if the Proposes Fraacfeise is CeciL At the regular meeting of the city council Monday nigHt the committee selected by the mass meeting was not ready to report The committee is composed of lions W I Williams J E Robinson and G B Swinebroad Mr Williams is is the chairman of the committee and asked the council to extend the time until the committee has time to make a thorough investi gation and the time was extended until the regular meeting night in September to lepert It was stated by the chairman that his committee had been waiting upon the Fiscal Curt to appoint a cow mittee and the Ccurt had wade no ap poiiitment to date Councilman II C Hamilton then introduced the franchise we publish below Mr E II Tomlinson spoke in favor of the franchise Messrs Wil liams Rubinson and Swinebroad the council to take no action upon the proposed franchise until after the filing of the report of the various Councilman Mount vigorous ly opposed the franchise stating as his principal reason that it made no limit as to the charges that might be made to the subscribers outside the city of Lancaster and that it did nut fix the toll rate Mr W 1 Williams in ad dressing the council asked that the greatest care be taken in selling thr franchise and urged that the Council order the franchise introduced by Mr Hamilton be published in this paper so that the public might be advised as to the proceedings For thisreason we publish the cuse in full and ask that the of the public be given to the doc ument On account of the great im portanceof this matter the editor of this paper invites such personal sug gestions as any citizen might care to write who are sufficiently inter ested to give it their consideration The franchise is as follows The CITY COUNCIL of the City ol Lancaster Garrard County State o Kentucky do ordain as follows Sec That there is hereby creat ed and established a franchise or priv liege to erect operate and maintain a telephone exchange embracing cen 9L I and eo cst of eo eo SeW Ly J 1 I committees fran attention him L 4 l j I urged r tral office apparatus poles fixture cables and wire along thru over atifl undtr the streets sidewalks and all eysuf said city of Lancaster Ky Sec 2 The sd id franchise or ilege shall continue for the period of twenty years from aVid after the time the same shall take effct Sec 3 Said pules fixtures cables and wires shall be erected and main tained in a substantial and workman like manner and shall be so 1icaied as not to interfere with the entrance to any aclj tcent private prop erty nor to obstruct the free use of said streets sidewalks and aleys for the purpose of travel Sec 4 The purchaser of said fran chS3 or privilege his successors or as signs shall promptly replace all pay fug and macadamizing that may be disturbed by said purchaser saL poles and shall also at said own expense remove all dirt and debris that may arise in making j excavations for that purpose Sec 5 All work of setting pole shill be done under the supervision the street committee and it shall the duty of said comnatlee to see that the provisions of this ordinance are faithfully complied with Sec G The maxium charges for telephone service in said exchange to subscribers within the city of Ky shall be One Dollar and Twenty Five Cents per mouth for use and One Dlar and Fifty Cents per mouth for business use for metalic line service The subscriber at the above prices is to have the right to service to all telephones that are located in said exchange Sec 7 Said purcHaser hiS suc and assigns shall indemify aid city from any and all damage that may arise from the presence of said poles fixtures cables and wires upon dung or under the said streets side and alleys of said city of Lan caster Ky or from its failure to with the provisions of this ordi nance Sec 8 Nothing in this franchise shall be construed so as to give the purchaser his successors or assigns any exclusive light to the privilege granted in Section 1 Sec 9 Withii five days after the approval and publication of this it shall be the duty of the said City Council thru its Mayor to ad vertise by publication in the Central Record the only newspaper published in the said City of Lancaster Ky Dusting written or printed notices in three public places in the said City of Lancaster Ky that bids will be received at public outcry for the be forementioned franchise or privilege and the said Mayor shall select and state in said publication and notices the time and place when said bids shall be received said place to be within said City and said time to be tot later than Sept 15 1010 and said Mavorshall according to said publi cation and notices sell said privilege to the highest and best bidder and report same to the said City Council ar its next regular Said City Council shall award said franchise or privilege to the said ugliest and best bidder subject to the approval of the said City Council Said publication and notices shall reserve the right to reject any and all bidf The bidder to whom said franchise or privilege shall be awarded shall pay for same within ten lays alter said award is made This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its par sage and publication THE FAIR ASSOCIATIO- NThe fair given last week bj the Garrard County Fair Association will be the last one to be given by the present association and M JohnM Farra claims that he will not rent the grounds again at auy price There is not a doubt in our minds but that a fair is a good thingfor auy County when run properly as has been onr fairs the past five years We must have a fair next year and a place to have it so lets all get our heads to and find a suitable place We think that the grounds should be just as close to town as it is possible to Ret Dontsend the crowd to the IQ p legit imatr ill settini purchasers I be- I Lancaster I residence C sons allis comply ordinance I I franchiser meeting however I I 1 I I I I iv public e a and- y ether v F country but keep them here in teen so thev can see what a nice place this is Think it over aud some good get in the game No More Lady Stenographers The Suffragettes will probably sit up and take notice now that the Civil Service Commission ed that no women will hereafter be examined for as and that those now in the Guy ernment employ will be relieved as fast as men can be found to take their places positions people has annourc stenographers Sen Jas B McCreary Senator Jas B McCreary of Ky made his formal annouce meat for Governor of Ky on last Wednesday it reads as follows To the Democrats of Keutuckv I have received so many letters request tag me to announce that 1 am a candi uate for Governor and so many Demo crats have in person said to me that if 1 am nominated I will have the unan imous support of the Democrats of Kentucky and such a large number of newspapers have published editorials suggesting and indorsing me as a prop er candidate for Governor that I have decided to announce that I am a for Governor subject to the action of the Democratic party He is sure the winner and Garrard County will go solid for him GARRARD COUNTY FAIR A Grand Success The fair was a grand success and we have the Fair Association who are all honorable gentlemen to thank for this week of good time and help to the people of Lancaster and Garrard CoThere is a big expense attached to a fair so the association did notgetrich however there was no money lost and in spite of the fact that we had rain the first two days a large crowd was on hand The attendance was about 1500 the first and 4000 each of the last two days People from all over the State were here aud had we had favor able weather conditions it is believed that the crowd would have even the first fair It is to be hoped that the members of the present association will take part in another fair next year All the horsemen seemed well with the decisions of the judges and went away hippy and Mad that they had spent a week in our city The list of awards is as follows FIRST DAY Mules Horse mule under one year J H Baughman Vf Jjnciiln ountylst Mare under year H Ia hnran lst i L Hibblj 2nd lake EastJaud of Boyle 3rd llotsf wie and undjr u J JI Baughman 1st fiuil 2nd hay tumtf J tt of Bcjl8 3rd Varp mile one year au1 under two Ernest Pepplfcs J st T EL Baghipau ants 3rd v Varo and 1L L liulolc 1st J H Baughman 2nd shako East land Boyle 3rd Five Gaited Horses 3Iare or gelding one year and un Richmond candidate year of our J m ic f l surpassed satisfied mule onyx t mile year end colt u r der two II S Scmhler first Mrs Uriah Dunn Hustoilville 2nd Mare or gelding two years and Brothers Mare or gelding three years and un der four Burnette slays of Jessa mine 1st Wray and Walker 2nd Mack Hughes Danville 3rd Plantation Hcrses Dan Traylor 1st E C Moore2nd It E Goddard Mercer 3rd Phaeton Dunn of Madison 1st J B Bailey of Lincoln 2nd Everett Farra Niehoiasville 3rd Harness Horses Stallion one year and under two R S Scudder 1st Wray and Walker 2nd J R Price Garrard 3rd Ponies Native or Shetland Miss Carrie Bell Romans 1st Prewitt Thompson 2nd Glass Carrier 3rd Harness Hcrses Mare or gelding two years and un tier three R W Shuitze Pierce Val ley 1st Park Brothers of Madison 2d A J Coleman of Mercer 3d Rockaway Horse R W Schultze 1st John Smiley Fayette 2d A J Coleman 3d Horses 4 years and over John Smiley 1st Wray Walker 2d R W Schultze 3d High Acting Harness Horses Mare or gelding R W Schultze 1st P W Ray Knoxville 2d l C James Harrodsburg 3d Roadster horses pair regardless of sex or J Coleman 1st SECOND DAY Mules Horse mule 2 years and under 3 J H Baughman 1st and 2d Mare mule 2 years and under 3 J H Baughman 1st 2d and Cd Horse mule any age J H Baugh man 1st Thompson Duvall 2d J H Eaughman 3d Mare mule any H Baugh man 1st Thompson Duvall 2d J H Baughman 3d Pair mules any regardless of sex color or H Baugh man 1st Thompson Duvall 2d J H Baughman 3d Mule either sex under 1 L Hubble 1st J II Baughman 2d and 3d Ponies Mare and foal at Eikin 1st 2d and 3d Mare or gelding S J Eiriury Lin coln 1st Prewitt Thompson Garrard 2d George Curtiss Boyle 3d Stallion any H Griffith Lexington 1st W G Dunn 2d Dan Elkin 3d Harness Horses Mare or gelding 1 year and under 2 R S Scudder 1st Mrs Uriah Dunn 2d Combined Five Gaited Horses Mare or gelding anj age Mack Hughes 1st Burdette Hays 2d Dunn Scndder 3d Harness Horses Stallion 2 years and under 3 Dunn Scudder Stallion 3 years and under 4 Mack Hughes 1st Dunn Scudder 2d Runabout Horses Mare or gelding any W rJchultzu 1st P W Ray 2d I C James 3d Roadster Horses Stallion mare or gelding 2 years and unCt v 1 Co em a 1st T H Bright Danville 2d Fancy Driving Horse Mare any ago II V Schultze 1st Walker Vray lnT Wesley Thompson Garrard 3d Champion Class Harness Horses rca of 1910 either W Schultze 1st Owens Massey 2d Robert Price Lincoln 3d Combined Three Gaited Horses Mare any age R W Schuitze 1st and 2d John Smiley 3d Fine Horses Stallion mare or gelding any age shown to nand P W Ray 1st R E Goddard2d Burnett Hays 3d Champion Horses Stallion or gelding any A J Coleman 1st and 2d James 3d and John Smiley 4tn f 1 Five Gaited Horses T i i 3 under threePark PonyCharley of colorA Lexington ageJ are ownershipJ yearR sideDan ageD i ageR r sexR I 5r gelding 11 1 1 mare age L C i 1 i cf i 1f I t 4 t i1 4J Fvie Gaited Stallion S c c reining Class Roadster TIRD DAY Sr Stallion 1 year mid under 2 II S Sciulder lt R Z Moss Jessauiine 2d Stallion 2 years and under 3 John Smiley 1st Walker Wray 2d Five Gaited Horses Stallion 3 years and under 4 John Smiley 1st Mack Hughes 2tl Roadster Horses Maro or gelding 3 years and under G Evans Boyle 1st Carlton Elkin Garrard 2d Walker Wray 3d Breeding Class Mare and foal of 1910 E C God dard 1st C F Curtis Madison 2d Josiah Bishop HustonviHe 3d Five Gaited Horses Gelding 4 years and W Ray 1st and 2d R V Schuitze 3d Combined Five Gaited Horses Stallion any age R S Scudder 1st John Smiley 2d R W Schultze 3d Champion Class Saddle Foal Foal of 1910 either sex R E God darn Lit Ms Uriah Dunn 2d S Dunbar Hubble 3d Three Gaited Horses Mare or gelding any age R W Schultze 1st and 21 John Smiley 3d Harnss horses Pair of mares or geldings any A Coleman 1st R G Evans 2d Roadster Horses Stallion any age I C James l i R G Evans 2d Walker Wray 3d Harness Horses Mare or gelding 3 years and under 4 Walker Wray 1st Burnett Jars d T B Bright 3d i Gelding 4 years and over A J man 1st John Smiley 2d W B Lancaster 3d Mare 4 years and over I C James 1st P W Ray Id A J Coleman 3d Five Gaited Horses Stallion mare or gelding any age John Smiley 1st Walker Wray iid R S Scudder 3 Mack Hughes ills Harness Horses Stallion 4 years and over P W Ray 1st Walker 2 1 R W Schultze 3dRoadster Horses Mare or gelding any 1st A J Coleman 2tl and 3d Commissioners Sale ol Lund GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Pauline Carter Plaintiff- vs David M Carter Etc Defendants By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court at its June term 1910 in the above styled I as special Commission er will on MONDAY AUGUST 22cd 190 between the hours of 1L a m and 2 p in it being couuty court day sell at the court house door in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky to the and best the follow ing described real lying and be lug in Garrard Co Kentucky on tht waters of Broaddus Branch and as follows Beginning at a point on the of a corner to Burnside EEallew and J L Coldiroi with Joldiron S 84 E passing an elm stump at 74 links in all to a point in another drain corner to saner to the 2t acre tract and the fort icre tract of Carters laud thence ui drain still with Coldiron S Ti chains S 46 E 524 chains to u Linn stump 15 feet West of the forks of the drain Gi W 750 chains S 25 R 3 75 chains to H point and in line to WHliR thence with Turners 37 E 7 62 chains S 17i W 1355 chains n a point on tM i smith batik of the drain S E 1195 to a mug berry corner in sun and B with Lear E 359 chains N 33 E 13 74 chaP s S 40 E 322 to a ooi t in lute to Lear and corner to R R1 Gal thence with Gay down a drain N 394 E 572 chains N 50 E 5 7G chains to a point in a drain corner to same md Rroaddus heirs thence with Rroaddns heirs III 54 W 7 25 chains S 38 W 383 chains N 68 W 18 82 chains to a locust stump and sprout corner to tame and 9 ft south of i he corner of Barters 40 acre tract thence N i E 28 05 chains to a point Jnthe middle of Broaddus branch thence with middle of said branch S 29i E 106 chains to in elm stump on south bank corner to said Broaddus heirs S 815 E 525 chains to 46 anti 48 acre tracts of Carters land old call sycamore stump S 78 E 570 chains to a sycamore stump on north hank of branch N T5 5 pains to a point in middle E 645 S 72 7 chains to a point mid I I 4R I overP J I I ag I I Col I Burton l ray ageI action bounded E 571 chains iIS 77 chains I stone and to the N j91 e f c d C Cam se Master West- side thence aid S Lear corner tosame 4l c way between sycamore and a honey locust standing about 15 ft apart on tile north baux of creek ami corner to Adams thence aviisir creek and with Adams 7 UH W 10 chains N I4x V 547 chaits N 3 W 621 chains t a walnut ana iocise iirosvimr to corner tf snine and II Wal with same S 87 W 4 SO chains to a locust on north hick of drain and of same K 4Si W 2 chains to a black lcusi thence west to4j and 48 iifre tracts nf Carters land at 56G cimias in all 3216 chairs to a point at the ea t ed e of branch mrner tf same and Chas B llew thence down the branch S 25i E 450 chains to a on east side S 1 E 525 chains S 3 E 7 03 chains tj a point at forks of branch thence up right hand branch wirh S 53 W 9 32 chits S JSj W 3 r chains S 2Gi W 1130 chain S 47 W 2 53 chains to the beginning 202 3 acres Said sale is wide for purpose of dividing the procet ds among the and other heirs at law of J P Carter as set forth in former judg ments herein and said land will be sold as a whole The foregoing boun dary was taken from a report of herein TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to the undersigned special Commissioner for said money bearing 6 per cent intc est per annum from date of sale paid having the fume anti effect of ti judgment upon which execution may if not paid at maturity A lien also be retained upon the land suld for the payment of the purchase money J 51 ROTH WELL Special Master Ccnfr Garrard CourtL Walker Atty This Aug 4th 1910 Commissioners tale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Tempie Turner Plan till vs Gilbert Turner E c Dfendants- Pursuant judgment of the rard Circuit Court rendered at its regular June term 1110 in the above styled acthm 1 as Master of said court in said case will on MONDAY AUGUST 22 d 1910 between ten oclock a m and two p in it being the first dav of the regular Garrard ty Court fur month sell to ihe highest bidder at the house door in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky a certain tract or parcel of land in Garrard County Ky on the Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike near Biurue and is pounded as follows Beginning at a point at the north edge of the metal of said pike In J B Bournes line thence S 23 E12 70 poles It W leer corner meanders he survey purchase nut i isst c wile Circuit for Plaintiff Jr tot Gar U Cuut tout t I the i lick ether ahead passing point I widow spent Commissioner clock aid to a stone thence N 67i E 12 02 to a stone thence S 23t W 1270 pieties to a stone in the center oC said pike thence S 67i W G2 poles tu the tt ginning containing tine acre la- The purpose f tails sale is fur tle satisfaction of a ni rtgaue lien mt sa 1 land held by Ruvcsta Carpenter fi the sum of 6100 aad her tae rtsiJue of the proceeds satisfaction ut said tfeb to be vested for the wife and children r W C Turner according to the way th 3 own and huM the land nowurdsredistNdi TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 5 months and the purchaser will quired to execute with good1 se curity to the special Master COtnmt sioner for the purchase money bearing 6 per interest per fr ia date of sale until paid t have the f4 rre and effect of a judgement wirb lieu retained p n the land soil thepercbase moKey W B Master Comr Garrard Circnltt Court W I Williams Attorney for PhiintiO August 1 ID10 Adnn sr5tcrs Sale As administrator of the estate tC B Swope deceased I on the rsmisasalMnU 2i n ies West ot Bry it ville on the tellers fiord road in WEDNESDAY ALGTST 31 1910 to the Holiest anti best tLI her the luUowitig property tu wit 3 shares of stuck the Batik of Bryant vlle 10 head of Sleep 4 Stears 10 MUch Cows 2 Heifers I Bull I Bay lot jf flogs 1 Bay 1 spotted Pone 1 Bay II rse 1 riy Mue 5 Calves 1 fiveyeartil Horse I Spring W gon 1 Farm Wagon Bar row Wheat Drill Harrows Plow numerous other farming iuiDk 1 ments one Rubber tire buggy anti harness one Piano antI Piano player I household and kitchen funs Lure ami other articles to numerous to men tion I will at the same time ante place sell the farm belonging to the deceased B M Swope containing 25 acres This farm must be sold in or der that the proceeds can be divided between the heirs Sale will cum mence at 10 oclock a m Terms made known on day of sale R K Swope Administrator of B M Swopt deceased This July 27 1910 I 729 4 The Seat In Captivity The fur seal will not breed in tivity This does net apply to the hair seals which are those so readily trained for exhibition purposes poles 1 artr rep I I beebund I cent annum I for MASc special in sec and t f I cap cost Isere rand a will gel Mule are NOT I HAVE YOUR LIFE INSURED NOW I Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 3r WHYI I I 1 T 5JDL THE SMALLEST il SCUTTLE of our free kliuking coal will go as far as the largest of the other kinds There arc as many grades of coal as there arc and to be sure of I I I burningnon iil III III ofeggs t the best you should buy where only the best handled That is right here as many large coal users can tell you Lancaster Lumber and Manufacturing Co 11 is il Iii i IR t oft iII f1I c- i f tA fdwyr rwirriz zq iii L v 11- i Box Couches We have secured a large assortment of Box Couches The one lika cut is solid cedar lined Upholstered in embossed velour or green dinim The top and pillow roll is upholstered with moss fiber and cotton price 10 July Clearance Sale Price 675 Genuine Leather Upholstered all handtufted cedar lined chest covered with denim heavy leather fringe all around regular price 30 July Clearance Price 2175 Folding GoCart t regular I f t a 7 a I s T Celebrated Whitney folding go cart Made of solid steel tube mounted on 12 in heavy rubber tire automobile wheel and upholstered in the very best genuine chase leather Filled with hood and adjustable reclining back it can be folded up making it convenient to carry Reg ularly sold for 500 July Clearance Price 398 With hood springseat and adjustible back regularly sold for 700 July Clearance Price 448 Sanitary Couch r j r I r I A sanitary Couch solid steal frame construction mounted on with best steel springs supported by three rows of coil springs in center Can be used as a couch in day and opened in a fullsized bed fortnight Strictly sanitary and guaranteed not to get out of order Regularly sold for 450 July Clearance Price 298 roll- erst fiood Furniture f I t tS q Sr i Furniture Values That Win Make Strong and Loyal Friends For This Store Only one more week of this Great July Clearance Sale Those that have profited know that the values are here Those that have not profited should not put off coming any longer Come this week with out fail We want more people to know that this store is the best and always will be namely a truly helpful place to buy Note a few of the many wonderful values offered RUGS Rugs of every size and every description are included- inthis sale We only mention a few on account of space Ingrain rugs in all colors and designs full 12x9 feet reversible to use on either side Sold the world over for 850 July Clearance Price Pro Brussels Rugs 12x9 feet made heavy and strong for hard use to use on either side in Oriental patterns Sold at 800 July Clearance Price 448 Tapestry Brussels Rugs 12x9 feet hi floral aud Oriental designs in all colors never sold for less than 1400 Price 889 Velvet Rugs Hx9 feet Oriental and Floral designs Good values at 1800 July Clearance Price CARPETSHe- avy half wool Ingrain Carpets in all shades Regular value 65 cents July Clearance Price 49 Cents Heavy wool Ingrain Carpets in all colors Regular value 85 cents Clearance Price 52 Cents Tapestry Brussels Carpets in tan brown green and red some with to match Regular value 110 July Clearance Price 79c Hearth Rugs 36 inches wide by 72 indies long Smyrna Rugs all new and beautiful designs July Clearance Price 98 Cents inches wide by 54 inches long Axminister Rugs in Floral and Orien tal patterns Regular value 300 July Clearance Sale Price 198 MATTINGS 25 rolls Matting in all colors and designs all new stock A bargain that may never come to you again Regular 20c value July Clearance Price 9 cents CURTAINS New line of fall Curtain Nets just received in time to give you the opportunity of buying at a great reduction during our July Sale 20 cent value 14 Cents 30 cent Value 22 Cents 40 cent Value 29 Cents 65 cent Value 43 Cents 135 Lace Curtains 225 Lace Curtains Now 169 Choice of any 1500 or 550 Lace Curtain in our house now 398 348 Reversible regularly JulyClearance 1098 borders 27 Clearance Now 98c July SETTEE I II Good old summer time has surely come you can sit out in and enjoy your evenings Dont you want to buy now and save the dif ferenceThis bench exactly as shown in illustration is built substantial and for comfort will hold two pepole can be folded and put in one comer when not in use enamel red back aud legs with natural ffnish seat Just the thing for your porch or lawn Now is your time to buy Sold regularly for 100 July Clearance Price 59 Cents Mission Rocker front Heavy Mission Pocker or Chair to match In Early English finish solid leather seat and back large 2 inch post large comfortable a chair of comfort made of solid oak sold regularly for 700 July Clear nee Price 198 Linoleum and Oil Cloth Large line of twoyard wide printed Linoleum Regular value 60 cents July Clearance Price 33 Cents Oil Cloth one yard wide light and dark patterns Regular value cents July Clearance Price 19 Cents arms MARCHLexingtons Greatest Rug Store E r Ji k h 7 h iiI v 0400 fv t t i s to-s S 6oodCarpets- 0a4n Z y r iAl A I Uu IJ ill S ale jED H11Fs I 1il jJ Shine Pain IL h lIYIO IiOFI fi It f Shine U I I I tIIf you 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 I III III- III I I III ill I I I I il III I i J IIi III j v J on n 4 131 Ii 13 Its L r r sr oaFr a d ra araor s On the next Wagon you on the 1 road arent they split nod cracked like the ordinary wagon Because the ordinary wagon hub is made from oak a wood that splits and cracks very easily while C TWrVTJ B RJ 111 pass f Way Wagon rd- a rl- n hubs are made from pattern Black Bird a very springy tough wood chemically treated with great weather resisting qualities Western birch is used some manufacturers but it is even poorer oak It is trashy and will not stand the strain Studebaker hubs cost more than 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 CO GROCERIES Clean Fresh Groceries at all times Prompt Delivery Satisfaction Guaranteed W D W A L K E R Phone 181 When you think of building see the Incorporated DANVILLE KENTUCKY Estimates Promptly Furnished DO YOU Want Any Work Done We are prepared to you up Steam and Hot Water Heating Guttering Roofing and Repairing We appreciate your patuonage McCarthy Doty Tin and Plumbing Shop than OOOOO OOC OOOOOCOOC II 2ooooOOOOO OOJOOOOO Oanville Lumber ManiJfachrring CUe 1 ij C ooooOOCJf 1 I fix 1 1 t j t t are e c k R Prompt Deli eery 4w r NNNN NNNNP I f r i N 4 b 4N- r iLu s L T 4OOOOOO I ooooo- I a 4 1 Jersey Bull Season iQio J WEEN E YJ H J T1NSLEY County Surveyor Office over F G store Lancaster Kentucky AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY- Get him to cry yoifr sales Best of i i r tJ CARDS I IL Hemy SimpfinBB42I I I W S 9J hurts fnr llttire vv T G I references 040000CQdoJ4049ti 0o40400 oootoat ooooooooscoyGoooooaoooo f PHONE KIN 13 W Morrow Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction DennII M Kit Guaranteed DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky nietf DR Win BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Out Flowers of QUALITY I Ware McRoberts Hughes Switiebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J 8 Kinnalrd Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Ollice SO J E Robinson LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing and Mens Garments Hats Cleaned Blocked and Trimmed fe W Faulkner ftlgr GO TO HENRY DUNCftNS Barber Shop on Richmond street for bps flair Tonic Williams Sbaveiag SOAP Honing Razors a Specialty 25 years of experience Ed G Gaines NOTHING BUT LANCASTER KENTUCKY Office Hours Office over 8 a m to 12 I p m to 4 Stormes Drug Store DENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster Ky COUCH AND CURE THE LU33GS r l i j J I 1 ooooo000ooooocooooo i Ocooo I Ladies INSURANOE B F WALTER KILL THE i ooooaooooo00 aooooooacvooooooooa aooooooaeo Phone t WiTH Dr Kings New Disc FOR OUCHS PRICK Me SLOGrat 1111 ALL rR E 00 SATISFACTOB XANEY FUNDED McRoberts Drag Stare N t BUENA VISIA Miss Myrtle Ruble opened schod here Monday This is Miss Rubles term here f Mrs Bf ugh Christopher was a week of relatives at Lexington and Athena v Jenriigs is visiting the family of John Nicholas near Law renccbtirg Miss Kate McCann has returned to in Lexington after visiting Jrej ivistei Mrs II S Christopher Miss Fhirence i5 at home from Normal A series of meetings will begin at Mt Oliver August 28th Owing tj the recent rains but little threshed in this H Ruble had one Held which No 2 and soW for 8l02 The blackberry crop has been very abundai t in this section Judging from the number who came from Mer cer to get berries the crop must be very short there A mid week prayer meeting hat been organized at Mt 0 ivet meelipg Wednesday evening Miss Kate Lane of Danville was married jio Mr Joe that city Ttie wedding place in Lex ington Miss Lane h ter of Mrs Marie Lane of this place who with a number of other relatives extend congratulations Among those from a distance WIll attended the funeral of Miss Sallie Asians were Mr and Mrs John Askins and Mrs R P of JIc dreary Chas Dunnou and family of B IJ Button and wife of Harrodsburg Guy Stacy wife and sis ter of Jessamine Mr Estridge postmaster at Paint Lick was in this vicinity last week enroute to his Mercer farm C M Scott of Anderson was with relatives here last Thursday Wednesday the community with sad the news of the deuMiof Miss Sallie AsUins who de parted from her loved ones early the morning For several months sb had been in failing health wa hoped by many her life would be lengthened but alas lie who doeth all tliqgs well called her home Miss Askins was jmt budding intt womanhood with a disposition that won her many friends She had bees a consistent member of the Preshyte rian church since the age of sixteen g regular attendant at Sunday schotl and Endeavor until ill health pr venl ed only a short time back Funeral services was conducted b her pisfor Rev Walton The flora olfeiinyr indicated the in which she was held Struck a Rich Mine- S w Bends of Coal Ala says be struck a perfect mine of health in Or Kings New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney Trou ble after 12 years of suffering They are the best pills on earth for Consti pation Malaria Headache Dyspep Debility 26c at R E McRob erts 1m UNION Mrs of Chesterfield 111 and Miss Ross of Lave been visiting their Mrs D G Ross Mr Walker Pointer family of Paint Lick were guests here Sunday Mr Wm Conn and family of Ilaci 3ey viiited in this community Sun day Mrs Ebb Benlly and children of Cartersville ipent Sunday with at shis place Messrs Chis Ross of Fort Worth Texas and Wm Ross of Chesterfield Ill who came home to attend thi funeral of their brother have return ed to their homes i Jt 1 third 6n11iUe t fl Susan u heat hus been It is selling at different prices G every Tadlock of took is the Lst received hearts City i t Mill tha Richmond mother I I her hcute Richmond vicinity tested i Ion Danville butt esteem Samuel Wade and relatives Coal FOR SALE ChiaP For Cash or Produce Wanted Fresh Clean Hens Ducks Geese and Turkeys at highest market price Just received a car load of Lime Stones old stand Campbell street near the depot j Eggs H B1 Iort1icott J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office 31 Residence Phone 3 J f t4 f Phone LANCASTER KY Z d rY 1l Women who sillier from p female aiJmcsls frequently neglect er froable tin a general breakdown follow P wait till your case is M as brad as bat lake Csrdoi H 3 medicine for all women II Voman I Don l in time It l3 a sale rerlahle Ff 47f I i J t Thka CARDUI Mrs Rena Hare of Pierce Ha tried Cardui aM alter pf ward wrote 1 was a sill ferer from all sorts cf Ie If had pain in my g legs coala nOt sleep had p- sliorfaess of brecth I suffered for iinsltsnd insisted on t3 q Uouie gave utc now I aim ahsos well I Try Cardoi i will help you i FJiATWOOI Mr W s Walter lost three mules by lightinin valued at GOOOO Mrs Aclclie Marshall of Oklahoma is visiting here her Old Home W IJ Forr bought a cow from Rev Joseph Payne for 2500 Henry Parker has moved to George Bealoys house that he bought from C VVMnrptiy Mr Mrs AV H Furr visited at Mr Floyd McCjirtysSunday Jim Hunts horse was kicked and killed last week John GOfuey moved to Arthur Mc Querrys 1 st veekr An Experts Opnion OfSkn Diseases A prominent national expert on diseases whose name YOU are fa miliar with says that in all his scien tific expeii Mce he his nevir found hard a disease to conquer is he does not hesitate to recom mend ZEMOas a must successful gem edy for the treatment of Eczema Hi h nf skin diseases dandruf finpies blackheads and all other di easeS of r he skin and scalp tie says that not oily do its curative qualities make it popular but also that it is a cteau Ii quid remedy for external use A improvement over the old styli salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving he skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on infants I E Mc Roberts will gladly supply those who call with a free samplj bottle of Xnnu and a booklet which explains in sim pie language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with Zemo Misses Dye and Flora were the guests of their sister Mrs Mitch Laney Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Edcf Grou of Ml He bron spent Sunday with his brother W N Grou Mrs Aaron Ray has returned home after spending few days with her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Chapel of LancasterMr Mrs Henton Grou a number of their friends Sur dayMisses Pattie and Lettie Ray and Hattio Hone spent Sunday with Maretta and Maggie Ray of Jud sonMr Nelson Davis wife and of Chapel visited Mr and Mrs LemIvens of this place 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 gIld to learn that prompt reliaf is within their reach Many a laine 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 an example worth readingMrs Nancy A Logan E Main St Stanford Ky says scarcely know how to express my 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 terribly I often became so weak and lame that 1 was almost prostrated I was also annoy ed by a kidney weakness Learning of Doans Kidney Pills I began their use and they only 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 Qamember tile and take uo other 7292t MoundCity may cost a male trouble I side piiilS in my years nn J my tiin foe nrst rend and tfi E 43 f q y J Kentuek II sin u ma- Y t reef j Jorll o entertained children U s I gratitudeto u nameD trifle J ESt z tk 4 draw nj fir lid Car iii and Ecz greasy Adkiu Misses not relieved Paints more bathC di Y OVER WOOD SINGLES or RIGHT CORTRIGHt can 1 laid without fuss or bother right over the old wooer shingles rftanKinjc the top o your building instantly from a fire catcher to A FIREPROOF ROOF that last sis as the building itself never repairs For further detailed information prices apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON KENTUCKY AUGUST 8th to 13th r g gjg and Nights 6 I I Ion and need etc I BLUE m ou Days wilt i r i4 l Gus II 1000 SADDLE STAKE HORSE TvoYearOId Trot I HighClass Running and Harness Races Daily I i4 You Keep i1 An 3 Record expenditures and a receipt for each item if you have a checking ac count with us and make cz i Exact-a F R METAL GLES IN PREMIUMS- Best Horse ShoW in America Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock I 25000 1 AEROPLANE FLIGHTS DAILY 1 Thavius Russian Band of Fifty Herbert A Kline Carnival Company For Catalogue or further information Address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary LEXINGTONKY I 1 i I the merest memorandum on your stub Dont have to think dont have to all flare in Mack and white and the money balance i which you can tell at a glance is here in security GARRARD BANK Co Irememberits I i 0 u TRi sr SIFTING OURFLOUR will show how clean it Is and free from all oth materials which you of IT 1 I ten see in other brands For your next baking try a sack of our WHITE SWAN FLOUR Vhen you on the improvement in your you needut tell them that our White Swan Flour was respon sible for the improvement But youll know it just the sameLancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop Make my store your head I quarters during the Fair W SMITH I baking I JW n1IfI1AIiii 01 z r V 7e1013f T0 yy 1 l f r0YSY TI 8 B I I StSiI IJ I 6 I congratulates T a 0 1 4 yi 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 andean 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 The Joseph Mercantile Company 1 d 7cO r d I Ii i IF oY k1 I 6 i J ir i I f II j I i I III J ii J vm s r raa ssvas a sar a The Real Lighta a j S j Owing to the rain and muddy grounds at the Fair we had to call our CHINAMEL f demonstration and Graving Contest off But to give our Customers the benefit of it III each Saturday for the next three weeks on j M August 6th 13th and 20th at Our Store 1 and to the lady malting the best grain ve will give as a prize rn entire recm outfit of CHI NAMEL Prizes to be given each Saturday night Contest free to all So come and ll- SI for g fej F R I 8 B I E 5S li rnfilJffi fj fI FrJfijra fillfrl I D we will hold it I 1 try it r fif I10f rn JJJrf0 lrMmJffi f dI DRUG STORE fflJiJ gOt1i L in 1 ne CU 1t A Badge c Kcws Iran Various Paints in GarrarJ Oathtrti Jiy Energetic Eeporlcrr T K Viatnj Is spendii his Mca turn zt Crab O cHard Mr McDowell of LaGrange is with his friend W S Kerieuesou of Coriuglon is friends Mrs Aldrich of Stanford is visiting Mr and Mrs J El Hu elticu Miss Mary Dilton is in Stanford Miis Katuerine Anderson Miss K lluriic Anderson has re turned to her home in Stanford Mr Joe Prexvitt Chenaultj of Rich J E Eluioie- Mi s Ora Prather returned Monday from a weeks visit in Cincinnati Mrs John Duncan of Toledo Ohio is the not of Mrs II M Ballou Miss Eunice Prather has accepted isi Lion with the Central Record Mr Parks of Madison has boon iNiiiug Mr Malcolm TMett Mr Piisun SimMi of Greensburg is visiting his cousin J Sweeney Robert Kennedy of Lexington is with his sister Mrs Barks Hudson Miss Pearl Bettis left Tuesday for a weeks outing at Dripping Springs Mrs John Huffman of Stanford has been the guest of Mrs T S El kinMiss Gertrude Noel of Danville was with Lancaster friends during the fairJ Walker Geiger of Huntington W Ya is here with Lancaster rela Lives Miss John Eva Hilton of Stanford in visiting her sister Mrs B II Bat sonMr Cleo Ray of MsCreary was in Lancaster last weep and attended the fairMr Robert AusVin of Junction Ford Luc ter visit H mind is biiui W 1 r iq Eli ti visiting a- Il County r City was a visitor at the fair last i week Sherley Hudson and Alex Doty Jr have gone to Xiagra Falls for a short staj J E Stormes and George IIarri i made a motoring trip to Lexington i Monday W W Watts of Richmond visited Lancaster the past week and took in the Cjair Miss Jennie Lackey was in Danville Tuesday vbitinj Mr and Mrs IIer bert Price Mss Nell Boswell of Louisville is yistitig at the home of Mr and Mrs Miles Miss Lois McCurty of Danville was the guest of Miss Margaret Hurt dur ing the fair Miss Willie B Pierce of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs Oscar Ray atBuckeyeMr Dwell of Bowling Green was here last week the guest of Miss Zada Miss Rhoda Pitman of Parksville is the guest of Misses Mary and Rankin Mr and Mrs Jonas Rucker of Rich mond are visiting Judge Ym Shu gars and family Mrs Charles F Deaman of jSTicho is with her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Mrs Silas Asnley and son Maurice are at home after several months stay in Tampa Fla Miss Ida Risnheart of Oklahoma City has been the attractive guest of Miss Rella Arnold Miss Mabel Myers of Louisville will arrive Saturday for a two weeks stay in Lancaster Arthur Taylor of Madison has been the recent guest of his sister Mrs A F Sunder K Shugars of Stanford was at the home of Judge Wm Shu gars the past week Miss Dove Harris of Danville has been a recent visitor of Mrs S II Anderson and family Hon Way Jennings Price of was the guest of Mr and Mrs Fred P Frisbie Friday I I I I j A C ZuiUne ite I V I i i Jennie las visiting Danville Misses Edna and Naomi Ballew of Richmond have been recent visitors fo the Misses Francis Miss Beaulah Grimes is at hone again after a visit to Miss George Logan of Stanford Miss Georgia King of Birmingham Ala is the attractive visitor of Misses Rachel and Ella Henry Miss Elizabeth Collier is at home again after a visit to Mr and Mrs Collier of Middlesboro Mrs Raymond Hendren of Kirks vilie has been with her parents Mr and R S Brown Mr and Mrs F H Medley Mr and Mrs O L Bl mchard spent Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Carrie Woods of Ohio is Mesdames Mary Frisbie and George Lusk for a visit Mr and Mrs R S Scudder of Mc Kinney were with Mr and Mrs R T Eznbry the past week Mrs E T Minor of Louisville was the guest of Mrs L L Sanders of Crab Orchard Tuesday Miss Annell Tomlinson has return ed from a visit to her aunt Mrs Mel vin Harris of Lexington Mike Smith and little son Leavell of Paducah are guests of her father Mr James Leavell Wm Johnson of El Paso Texas was the guest the past week of his uncle Mr Thomos Johnson Miss Nancy Goodloe of Springfield will arrive tlm week to visit her cousin Mrs W A Arnold Misses Lena Travlor of Stanford and Ann Dunn of Hustonsville are the guests of Miss Julia Zanone Mr Roy Gooch has returned to his home in Somerset after spending several days friends here Miss Nancy Yeager and Mary Mob ley of Stanford have been the attrac tive vistor of Nannie B Herring Mr and Mrs Fleece Robinson and Miss Fannie West were in Danville for the burial of Mr Dave Dunn Misses Allie and Stella Hendren form a house party at the home of the Misses McWhorter at Paint Lick Mrs J C Robinson and Miss Helen Robinson returned Thursday from a visit to Winchester and Lexington Mrs herewith Mrs with Mr and Mrs Eph Hammack of Paint Lick spent Saturday with Mrs S D Turner and attended the fair Misses Rella Arnold and May Broad dus left Tuesday for Niagra Falls and New York to about weekp Mr J E Arnold of Deland Fla and Mr J P Sims of Madison are the guest of Mr J S Job son and Mr RL Arnold this weep Mr and Mrs Oatley Burke of Creek Mrs Bradshaw ana daugh ter Irene and Miss Emma Layton of McCrearey were visitors of Mr and Mrs D C Sanders during the fair The following were guests of Mrs James A Bezley for the fair Mrs Wm Hays and daughter Emma Hughes Hays of Stanford Stewart Sandidge of Middleville Mr and Mrs J S Baughman and little sun Brannon of Danville Mr Theo Campbell Sect of the Springiiield Fair Association the past week in the interest of the Washington County Fair YOULL FIND IT IN TIllS COLUMN Try the akes that Currey sells I am standing my Jersey bull for cash R L Elkin Try a mearaty opposite depot kind of fresh vegetables at S D Phkne 1JJ9 7292t Best meals at opfiprffte For in good condition H GffKauffmap Just opened a of Lowneys Candy 3fc f B Zimmer The weather Jioo hot to bake cakes so buy them from Currey tf f Fresh at Zimmers 34tf Be sure a d try of Curreys cakes this week tf Watch for tjfe spotted horse and give the boy order Phone 109 729 2t FOR fine Jersey cows with calves John W Miller Too reduce my large You get a bar gain W J Romans 729tf Then go to Baierleins restaurant oppsite the depot Call up 199 and fresh gro ceries for the S D Turner 7292t market price all D 7292b If you buggy wagon or ness you them cheap W J II J begone two I I I 11 rand r ne 100 s IAn in L N depot SaleA ECO band eton Irresk licit I I Lownef ur SALETwo Imust Do you want a oodineal 1- I Will Iv for coup fy produce- S Turn r harIc get Roma s County Silver washer alai efn own Restaurant Candy one r hies stocky can T anew f i tSe est want e Contracting Painters and Decorators 141 Third St Danville s- Ir I f I I I x c i 7CltM rff Yl eta te y buggy cheap Thay fast 72ttf J Romans Fur Sale A good hay bailer 852b Mrs Jas Comleyj Sb Lost the furng r a pocket book with mv it and 7200 in checks Wieer Duncan Thursc afternoon a for reward McRoberts Now is the time to buy an Old Hickory wagon to eliver your wheat 72Jtf W J Romans For Sfle I will on next County ie highest bidder 53 acres oLgotid land For further In W M M Simpson LOST Miss Helen Robinson lost a hand some set with pearls one day last Week while walking on the streets of Lancaster Will the tinder please return fp the rightful owner Dont forget the Old Hickory wagon is built and runs light er than any wagon on the market 729tf W J Romans Your Account is due Please call by and pay your Bill for if you dont pay Bill how do you ex pect Bill to pay his Bill Please do not delay but pay your at once MissxR elJa Arnold The late improvement on the Old Hickory wagonplaces it in the lead of all other vvagfous 729tf Romans Angust Examinations The examination for appointment Richmond IWrmal School will be held August 13 ii my office The last examination this year for white teachers will be held August 19 and 20 and for colored teachers August 26 and 27 Jennie Higgins Supt For Sale A farm of 122 Lowell well i n distance o f church post office and railroad A nice fur cottage on place A bargain if sold at once For further information call on or write Willie B West 7292t Lancaster Ky Lumber Per Sale On next County Court day August 22id 1910 at two oclock in the afternoon we will sell at pub tic outcry in front of the Court house in Lancaster all the Lumber owned by Fair association Any prospective buyers may inspect same at thefair grounds Also wish to stale that any claims against the Fair association must be pre sented to me at once 853t R L Elkin Sect Come if you want first class I W I pot I Dam n LostLast I large E tmanK9I k to me f R I l I l y to l r Judso Ky II old br och I r stronger i j W J 4 4 4 4 4 near Iwatered s hool I I I I Now ar going return Cour d sell format on call on I account tithe acres walking room Monday the WALTER A WOOD MnwQpUWol The Best and Most Durable Made JohnDeereBuggies Brown and Deere Cultivators Sec the New Deere Sweep Rake fe like it Standard Binder Twine can be used on Hfo all Binders All coods outside the Trusts m J R Mount Son Co Why not buy milk from the Dairy MILK delivered at your door twice a day S W MOSSPhone 190 Toilet Articles In Dozens of dainty women comment daily on the completeness and quality ofour toilet accessory department Everything that the most fastidious taste could demand is kept on hand and the purity ofevery item Is guaranteed R H McRaherts Ban Druggist r rtr WrtJmilJ l iil1iiJffiI I I I I J Nothingmade m m j fRESH ty 1 J l l Binders J ti s N NNN N Q 4 I We carry the most complete and uptodate stock of Decorative Wall Paper Material Paints Oils and Painters Suppliesi- n Central Kentucky Also set the pace when it comes to low prices and give our supervision to all work intrusted to us We solicit your inspection v Very Respectfully Coomer NaveDANVILLE KENTUCKY a 4 personal T M1 hr ti A R Mopey In Dirt at HASELDEN HEIGHTS Big Auction Lot Sale On Thursday August 1 Ith 1910 Lots AT 11th At 10 a m S3 Choice On Easy Terns Dinner served on the Grounds DayLight Fire Works and Band on the Grounds all Day Investors and Home Builders should not miss this grand opportunity of investing their money where it is SURE to DOUBLE itself in the next few years We have at ITaselden Heights Concrete Walks Water Lights Wide Streets some lots on Lexington pike within three minutes walk of Court House and when you add to the above the well known fact that the future growth of the city MUST GO IN THAT DIRECTION it makes HASELDEN HEIGHT LOTS one of the best investments ever offered to the people of Lancaster Remember this is a White Proposition Not The as Burden No Lots Sold to Colored People Under Any Consideration Jlrt OINBUClon aie lJiJClll 6OMiitEr6E1 THUR DRY fUG Lots lmr rr nlu nJftI9 JNJ i i Grand HASELDFN HE1UHTSM- LE g Mans I I200Q In ValuabI Prizes Leather Rocking Chair F G Hurt Fine Hammock Bros Ladies Parasol Joseph Mercantile Co Silver Set F P Frisbie Dress Suit Case Jas W Smith Gentlemans Silk Umbrella R H Batson Bevel Plate Mirrow Morrow McRoberts and many others prizes to be given away at Haselden Heights Thursday August 1 1 th Lots on easy payments fully explained on sale day Real Estate Developers JU Main Office Huntington W Va 53 x Local Representatives at Simpson House B 0C 1 w C 0Ir W E i I1I f17 1 Hase den iAi tr Ittt tip 1 GammissioncTs Sale of Land GARRAUD CIRCUIT COURT W R Cook Plaintiff Caroline Andersun ELl Defendants In obedience to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at it regular Jiue 1910 term in the above styled case 1 as Master Commissioner of said cuurt in said casu will on Mjiiday Au ust id lUlU between tin oclock a m and two oclock p ui jc being the regular County Court day ol Garrrard county for said month sell to the highest and best bidder at the ctiiirlliuuse door in Lancaster Garrard ounty Kentucky herein after described real estate Said real estate lies in Lancaster Garrard County Kv and is described as follows J ituited and being that purtion of the town of Lancaster Ky kuowu as Duncantowii in Garrard County and being a part of the lot conveyed to Hampton Anderson bv Henry Masons heirs by deed of record in the Garrard Cjunty Clerks ollice in need book Ko 15 and dated March 19 181 and is bounded on the south bv Joe Johnson west by Louis Burham on the north by Louis IJurham and ou the east by the street Said sale is made for the purpose of paying the going to W 11 Cook and the costs of this action Sail debt and costs amount approxi initely on the day of sale to 315030 Sale will be made on a credit of months and the purchaser will be re quired to execute bond with good to the Master Commissioner for tne purchase money healing inter est at the rate f six per cent per from day of stale till pAid upon which bond execution may issue if not paid at maturity said bond having the force and effect of a judgment A j lien will be retained upon the land for Jhe payment of the purchase money IWILLIAMS j M ister Commissioner Garrard Circuit CourtJ Robinson Atty for Plaintiff August 2 1910 218 indebtedness J Sale Vs pave six Security annual C issie krs j j I GAI1UAUD CIRCUIT COURT John A Wood Plaintiff vs E C Cheatham Defendants- In obedience to a judgment the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its June 1910 term in the abovestyled i case 1 as Master Commissioner of said cuurt in said case will on August 22r 1910 between 10 i oclock a m and 2 oclock p m itbeing the regular county court day of Garrard county for said moath sell to the highest bidder at the court house door in Lancaster Garrard county Ky the hereinafter described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the plaintiffs interest and costs SaUl person al property to be sold as follows Igray live years 16 J haods high known as the Baughmau horse 1 j gray hoise 16 hands high seven years old known as the Joe Lee horse 1 black horse four years old 15 hands high 1 sorrel mare seven years old 1 J meads high known as the Collier mare 1 wagon Studebaker make and set of double harness for same 1 surrey 1 buggy said surrey buggy beinir of Eistnian make double set harness for said last vehicles two cows of Durham tit years old and twenty Siil sale is made for the purpose of paying John A Woods debt interest and c sts amounting on day of sale to approximately 21415 Sale will be made on credit of six mouths with interest at six per cent per annum from day of sale paid Purchaser must give bond with good surety to Master Commissioner for purchase i price W WILLIAMS Master Commissioner Garrard Cir Court- J E Robinson Atty for Plaintiff August 2 1910 Commissioners sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT June James Pollard Others Puffs i I I I I I Moose I I I I lone tilt cult I I I C Monday Is I tern 910 t will be given away on sale day as a souveiiior of Haselden Heights These prizes are not small worthless articles but valuable articles that will be useful as well as ornamental in the homes of the lucky winners Everyone present at the sale has an equal chance of winning one of the beautiful prizes whether you buy a lot or not Vie have not the space or time to enumerate the entire list but the will convey some idea of them See them in the windows of the followim merchants Myrtle Others Defts Hy virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its June term 1910 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY AUGUST 22nd 1910 befoie the court House door in Lan caster Ky it being the first day of the August term of the Garrard Coun ty Com t sell to the highest and best bidder tic following described prop in Garrard County Ky tfvitA tract of land in Garrard County Ky on or near the new Danville pike and West of the City of Lancaster ant is bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in line to Sauney Bourne and corner to lot o 4 thence running with Kis 4 and 1 S i poles the middle j of the braich thence down same 22- W 142 poles to a stake thence S 10 W 17 poles thence S 45i W 28 poles b 8 W 14 poles to a stake in middle of said branch or creek thence S 88 V 30 poles to a stake between two beeches corner Bourne thence his line N 3 E 96 poles to the beginning containing 23 acres twenty three acresThis is the same land that was to Robert Pollard by W Me C Johnson as Commissioner of the Gar rird County Court on the day of Mir S95 in ion of land sought by Robert Pollid and others in said court The deed from said Johnson is now of record in the Garrard County Clerks offlce deed book page This Hnd will he sold as a whole as it is not susceptible of division and for the purpose of distributing the proceeds according to the respective rights of the parties TERMS The sale will De made on a credit of quired of purchaser payable to the per cent from day of sale until paid MILLER Special Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court W I Williams Attorney for Pills vs I Caldwell I I I I crt I GIt E ill at stone I a J HllIeU j to Sanney I I I securityforsix U1 tail stume conveyed div 1 undersigned beating interest W Master INVITED TO MAKE Headquarters during the Commercial Club Shopping Carnival A warm and the glad hand will greet you whether you wish to buy or not Special inducement to purchase offered in every department Store closes every afternoon at live oclock anti one oeloed on Saturday Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Pictures Art Goods Corner Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KENTUCKY T PAYS T THE RECORD c S I a TF T BROWERS STORE I welcome C F Brower CO J ADVERTISE IN 0 GREATEST FAIR and HORSE SHOW In The STATE Ito T 2Z JdI Ii c 9 11 120 0 J w3w HARRODSBURG FAIR August 10 1910 f I s erl Y xi h twi y tea