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JKjJVy NUMBER f " IT' "v LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1911 Everybody is coming to the street Ten big features at the street fair in Lancaster beginning Monday, May 29th. fair in Lancaster entire week of May 29th. You can see the latest and best picEven John McRoberts finds his Rosatures and hear good music at the new lind in Miss Fannie Tinder. Opera House. National Troubadors. Street Fair in Lancaster, one solid More Suits Against Trusts. week beginning Monday, May 29th. Don't miss it. The commonwealth's attorney of Mason county has instituted suits Tuesday is Decoration day. The banks will be closed and the postoffice will against three tiaists, The Standard Oil Co. The American Tobacco Comobserve holiday hours. pany and The International Harvester W. 0. "Wearren qualified as the ad- Company, charging them with conministrator of the estate o.f his mother spiracy in restraint of trade. Mrs. Almira J. Wearren. Miss Fleetwood Leaves. Rev. Geo. A. Joplin will speak at the Christian church, Sunday night; May Miss Harriet Fleetwood, after teach28th. at 7:30 p. m. His subject will be ing several years in our Graded School The Fence at the Top of the Precipice. has resigned her position and left this All are cordially invited to hear him. week for her home in Rome Ga. She was one of the best teachers that our The County Sunday School conven- school has ever had and during her tion will be held at the Methodist stay here she made many warm friends church Saturday May 27th, beginning who hate to see her leave. at 10 o'clock a. m. A very interesting program is arranged, and a good and National Troubadours. beneficial meeting is expected Big Home Talent Entertainment at Prof. L. B. Ray wrote his home folks Opera House Friday May 2(ith. this week he had just answered a teleRehearsals have been progressing gram accepting the principalship of the favorably for the past week, with more high school of Paraguold, Arkansas a than 100 popular young people in the town of 6000 inhabitants. cast. The Troubadours consist of MexProf. Ray is at present working on icans, Italians, Spanaiils, Indians, Amhis masters degree at State University ericans etc, all in appropriate costumes of Ind, but is remembered here as one Admission 50c children 2."c Seats at of our ardent progressive young educa- McRoberts Drug Store. tors. He is a brother of Miss Ruth Congressman Campbell Cantrill has Ray a brilliant young woman of Richmond Normal school who will join him introduced a bill of great interest and soon at Bloomington for a few weeks. importance to the tobacco growers of Kentucky. It is said he has the pledge Teachers Examination. of enough Democratic votes to insure Fifteen teachers took the examina- its passage by the House without untion for certificates to teach before the necessary delay. The bill provides county examiners in Superintendent that the Director of the Ceusus shall Higgins' office on Friday and Saturday proceed to collect complete statistics, showing the amount of the tobacco of last week. now owned or held by persons other County Court. than the ofiginal growers. The manuThe will of Reuben Stinnett was ad- facturers and the dealers will be remitted to probate with J. M. Vander-po- quired under this legislation to give as executor. Mr. Stinnett leaves full and accurate information of the his entire estate consisting of forty tobacco they have on hand. Anybody acres of land and some personalty to who refuses to give the information is to be punished for the first offense his wife. with a fine of ?30U to $1,000. For the second offense he is to be sent to jail New Nurse At Hospital, for from thirty days to six months. Miss Florence Darnell has accepted the position of nurse at the Lancaster Holds Court. hospital. Miss Darnell is from Mays-vill- e During the intense heat of last FriKy, and is well known to many Lancaster people, having on numerous day while Judge Walker was holding occasions been the guest of Mrs. W. D. court in Harrodsburg, Col. E. K. Gaitlr er, one of the leading attorneys at the Walker. Mercer county bar, fainted in the court Old Citizen Dies. room. It was during the motion hour adMr. Reuben Stinnett died at his and Judge Walker immediately journed court to the lawn in front of home at Camp Nelson last Thursday final and his remains were laid to rest at the old court house, where the proceedings of the day were gone Mt. Olivet cemetery in this county. being Mr. Stinnett was 93 years of age and through with, and Col. Gaither engaged in all the cases that would for many years was a resident of this county and was a highly respected come up for trial at the remainder of the term, Judge Walker finally adcitizen. journed the session because of the ill ness of the stricken attorney. New Grocery. Another chapter is thusjadded to the Mr. J. S. Carpenter and Mr. Joe history of this spot, it being the first Turner both from near Bryantsville place in Kentucky where open air re ol or 7. r32C33C&CSS2eS32e WE HAVE A FEW a ursiwii lyfBUfftli ifrssmv EtfmBlflj 01111 flSIU i w Buggies & Surries that we will make a special price on, as we do not want to move them to our new location (Mason Hotel.) Now is the time to get bar All this gains work is GUARANTEED. in-BUGGIE- p?&fi!l I fc WwB W5ffiL3m mmM ! . Genume alta Double 'We&'I i ! , I Shovel Plows and Points. $ Bull Tongues and Blades. 1 ofioa-LBiEr- Come early, don't delay and let your neighbor get the choice. They are going to sell. Jfc pi and jggg if ? a DnUd. i P KrrvvlfrsSvH&iisS?IJpW,l K3'tj'3lcO'tjir7i C,icO(fil.,(f.)K.y tT3)t3)vOlf,;v,71f,J iC'JlM'fO'sOlC.'ylL'1 tv. We can save you money if you will let us. MASON'S Building Material. i wim worry mm bonger About what you are to have for DINNER? Call up X CONN Lancaster, Ky. C&e&tm2 tS30B3S&SSB3 Davidson & Walker. They will be glad to suggest something as they keep at Fhone 28. ail time every thing that's good to EAT. I Phone 181. - J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Oilice Phone 31. IT TB Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. In order to cut down my large stock of Hips, Harness & Wip you can get some low down prices, for a short time. W. J. Eomans HEELLO! IS THAT a forligious service was even held. merly owned by Mr. H. G. Lee on De pot street and will run a first class Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson Passed To Rest. k?l grocery store. Both are hustling young Mrs. Elizabeth H. Patterson died at rSa men and success for them is predicted. her home on the Buckeye pike, three Their tele'phone no is 213. miles from town, at two o'clock TuesGarrard's Gifted Sons. day afternoon of the infirmities of old The Louisville Herald on Monda' is- age. Funeral services were conducted Wednessued a 24 page paper which they term at the grave at three o'clock day afternoon by Rev. F. M. Tinder, their "Booster's Edition". In going to over the itinerary of the "Booster's after which the remains were lain rest in the Lancaster cemetery. Club", when the name of Lancaster is Mrs. Patterson wasS 8 years of age reached, they state that it is made and was the widow of Judge. James famous as being the home of Senator Patterson, who preceded her to the Bradley and R. E. Hughes. grave many years since. Judge Patterson was for two terms county judge Engagement Annonnced. of Garrard county. Mrs. Patterson The engagement of Miss Sallie Marrs before her marriage was Miss ElizaSparks of Nicholasville and Mr. J. beth Wooley, and was related to the Hogan Ballard of Bryantsville has been Leavell family of this county. announced. The wedding will come off She had been a long and patient sufthe latter part of June. Both these ferer, being a confirmed invalid for young people are very popular in Lan- thirty years. She had been a consistcaster, Miss Sparks having often been ent member of the Christian church the attractive visitor of Miss Margue- from her girlhood. Mrs. Patterson is rite Kinnaird and Mr Ballard being one survived by four children, Miss Marof Garrards hustling young merchants. garet Patterson, who resided at the They will be married in Nicholasville. old home place with her mother, Mrs. George F. Brown of this county and Educational Speaking. Messr? James H. and William PatterProf. T. J, Coates, principal of the son of California. Richmond Ky. schools, and State SupA Week Of Gaiety. ervisor of Rural Schools, made an interesting talk to a good audience at The Adams Amusement Company, the court house Monday afternoon. heralded as one of the leading street The theme of Prof. Coates remarks fair organizations of the country, will was the betterment of rural school con- exhibit in Lancaster for one full week, ditions, the consolidation of the small- afternoon and evening, commencing er districts and the building of larger Monday, May 29, the tents, Ferris and better school houses along modern Wheel, Merrygoround, free acts and plans. His remarks were addressed band stand to be erected in the public principally to school trustees and those square. The shows carried by this interested in education in rural dis- company include an one tricts and was very interesting and in- ring circus, the kind our s structive. enjoyed many years ago, a minstrel show with 25 dandy dancing darkies, Farm For Sale. The Aeroplane Girl, a European novelWe will, sell privately 500 acres of ty, the electric theatre, Rushu, of the the best blue grass land in Garrard wilds of Bulgaria, the Crazy House, county belonging to the estate of Wm. vaudeville airdome, and several other A. Burton, deceased. Farm will eith- attractions. The Ferris Wheel is one er be sold to one purchaser or we will of the largest ever carried by a tourdivide it to suit the purchaser in farms ing company, and the children's deed have purchased the grocery store Efesafc KfSSiH M SSESfe,. Iff m B bH c diari! Ahh wmmr Ed Mr S P i? I Sale Will Continue On & On until entire stock is sold. You can not ford to miss the Great Bargains we are fering in afof- - OlotSiIng, Shoes, Hats and olsSilng Goods. Fur- - grand-daddie- Men's full suits worth 10.00 to $12.00 now $1.98 to $2.95. $15.00 and $18.00 Suits going in this sale at $7.98. $20.00 and $25.00 Suits $11.58 to $13.58. Men's Shoes 98cts and up. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 98cts and up. GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. Beazley 1 Phone or call on us C& Haselden? IN- Do "you write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? YES. at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. of from 25 to 500 acres. 400 acres of light, the merrygoround, with its gallopthis land will raise tobacco and all of it ing steeds needs no introduction to child is good land. ren of any age. One of the free jncts It has five houses and six good tobac- is Professor Cole, who dives from a co barns on it. Well watered and fence hundred and twenty eight foot tower in good condition. For further infor- twice daily,' at 4:30 and 10:00 P.M. mation, call or address, Batiato's Royal Roman Band will furR. L." or W. B. Burton. nish music continuously from 2 P. M. , Lancaster, Ky.' until the close of"the nights gaiety. 1 j Hill . Lancaster, Kentucky. LOGAN ,. V - "vt - ftTVfana.iijiiiMiiimi'nti a Mimi i iiii i 'li'.inrii;,' , A. ?E37.a;jiiErggaas3S'irr. The Central Record INCORPORATED. Issued Weekly. $1.00 A YEAR. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s Kj, AVaIt6n""wliereby ho is to take chargo of their business in Lexington. We congratulate the Colonel on his good fortune, and at the same time we hope that it will not take him entirely out of the journalistic field. Colonel Walton occupies a place in journalism in Cen tral Kentucky that would be hard to fill.. Our Visitors. Announcement. After a two days jaunt through the Kentucky mountains, which was one continuous round of accepting the hospitality of those most hospitable people tired, woru and dusty, yet still full of , Member Kentucky Press Association ami At Juarez Sunday morning represen- tatives of both the Mexican Federal Government and the Insurrcctos signed Eighth District Publishers League. a peace agreement. The resignation Lancaster, Ky., May 26 1911. of president Diaz is expected this week The news of the singing of the peace agreement was hailed with delight by Rates For Political Announcements the entire people of the republic, and a For Precinct and City Offices ....$ 5.00 feeling of quietude has succeeded the 10.00 turbulent times of the past few weeks For County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line New pictures evjry night at the New 10 For Cards, per line Opera House. For all publications in the interest of individuals or expresSee the champion high diver, the sion of individual views, per mammoth Ferris wheel, merry go 10 round, big hippodrome show, Daffy line. 05 ville, the Aeroplane girl and many oth- Obituaries, per line . .. i er good attractions at tne street xair in Lancaster week of May 20th. ANNOUNCEMENTS . . i Democratic Ticket. At Least Paint The Court House. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. For The Legislature. We are authorized to announce J. A. Doty as a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of tr e Dem- It seems to be out of the question to ocratic partv. For The Legislature. We are authorized to announce John M.Farra as a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the ac tion of the democratic party. C. Announcement. are authorized to announce John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We. The Danville Advocate deplores, edi- be continually urging that the court house be repaired and be placed in a safe and sanitary condition, as there seems to be no indication of anything being done along this line in the near future. Probably should the people awake some morning to find the structure in ashes and their records destroyed they would then realize the fact that they had been penny wise and pound foolish. Did you ever stop to think what your position would be if you had never had the deed to your property recorded and it should be lost or destroyed and all the parties to it were dead, this would be your exact position should the court house burn, only worse, for both deed and reoord would burn, the present vaults would not protect them against fire. Every title in Garrard county would be clouded, but we have preached the necessity of repairing the court house until patience has ceased to be a virtue. What we now want is to suggest that the members of the Fiscal Court at least cive the old structure a coat of paint, regild the face of the clock and make it look a little more presentable, even if it is not what it should be from other standpoints. It has been many years since the court house was painted, and it certainly does need it, and the paint on the faces of the clack has scaled and dropped off until the figures are almost obliterated. The court house is naturally a very attractive building to the eye and it would surely be an economic act as well as one of justice to give it a nice fresh coat of paint. Electric Line. torially, the use of dynamite in Dix River and Hanging Fork. Alas brother the half has not been told. What the big twenty foot seins fail to get the gigging fiend kills. It is no unusual occurrence for one or two men to go out from this locality and in a single night kill one hundred or more pounds of fish with a gig, aud we are afforded the unusual sight of small mouth black bass offered for sale on our streets. Never a day passes but one or more bug gies pass tnrough here from adjoining counties headed for these streams carry ing big seines. A special from Lexington says: The new corporation which was recently organized in the East to absorb the Lexington street car line, and the various interurban trolley lines radiating from this city, formally took possession yesterday when articles incorporat- years, the limit of corporate indebtedness which it may assume beMuch apprehension was felt by some ing not in excess of the sum of democrats because of the fact that Hon $15,000,000. J. C. S. Blackburn was booked for a The new corporation is a consolidaspeech at Owensboro on last Saturday, tion of the Lexington Railway Comand it was freely predicted, among pany with a capital stock of $800,000; other dire calamities, that the "Sage the Blue Grass Traction Company, of Woodford" was going to lambast with-capital stock of $700,00, and the someone. However, they w re disapCentral Kentucky Traction Company, pointed, this staunch old democrat is a capital stock of $425,000. not made of that kind of material; he with That extensions of the present made an old fashion democratic speech, systems are contemplated is such as he was ever wont to make. He indicated in the articles of incorporaadvocated party harmony from start to tion, which contain provisions for the finish, plead for it with all the eloquenextension of the present lines and the ce of which he is capable. He announcbuilding of new lines to adjacent towns ed that he was not, and never again exThe right to construct a pected to be a candidate for office, un- and cities. line to Winchester, and through Winless called upon by his party when they to Mt. Sterling; a line to Richwere in dire straits. He ended his chester mond; to extend the present Frankfort speech with one of those rare bursts of oratory for which he has ever been line to Lawrenceburg, Shelbyville and Owenton; the Paris line to Cynthiana; noted. the Nicholasville line to Lancaster and A New York clergyman wrote to through there to Danville, and from several public men asking them why there to Harrodsburg are all included they believed in God. Among the an- in the privileges claimed under the new swers received was the following from charter. The total mileage authorized by the Mayor Gaynor with the Commoners rearticles amount to about 250 miles and marks thereon, "You ask me" Why do I believe in the Father God? Because there has already been subscribed and I simply cannot help it. I have abso- paid in more than $250 per mile on the lute . confidence in Him and am willing tatal mileage mentioned in the articles , 1 to submit to whatever He wills in re- they state. spect to me." Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? Simple testimony, indeed, but the No, Never. Its foolish to fear a Mayor of New York is big enough to bear witness to the simple faith of a . fancied evil, when there are real and little child when occasion requires' and deadly perils to guard against in swamtestimonies of this kind certainly must ps and marches, bayous, and lowlands. influence upon young These are the malaria germs that cause have ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches young women. men and in the bones and muscles and may inThe restrictions which have hereto- duce deadly typhoid. But Electrid Bitfore been placed on the New York Life ters destroys and casts out these vicInsurance Co. by the state of New ious germs from the blood. "Three York, ' whereby they were prohibited bo'es drove all the malaria from my from writing more tnan $iou,uuu,uuu system, wrote wm. rretweu, ot Lai to the state, which prohibition prevent- - cama, N.,C, "and I 3 had fine health ed" them seeking new business in Ken- -' ever since." Use this safe, sure rem 199 a an far-reachi- ng -- seem that some scheme could be devised to stop this indiscriminate breaking of the game laws. Gigging is not contrary to law, but the extent to which it is being practised should make it so, and the citizens of Boyle, million dollars. Lincoln, Garrard and Mercer county The new corporation commenced its should take some united action in the corporate existence on this date, May 17, matter. Will someone kindly suggest 1911, and is to continue for a term of a mode of procedure. It does ing the three present traction interests in and about the city into the new corporation of the Kentucky Traction and Terminal Company were filed in the office of the County Clerk. The new corporation takes over the entire business of the three companies which it consolidates, assuming all liability for their contracts and the deal is acknowledged by the majority of all parties in interest and becomes effective at once. The capital stock of the companies consolidating amount to the sum of $1,925,000 and the capital stock of the new corporation is two and one half the boosting spirit, at 1:40 o'clock! Wednesday afternoon the Lonisville of Houses" delegation arrived in Lancaster. The arrival of their train was heralded by the blowing of the mill and other whistles in the vie- -. inity of the depot. Upon alighting, the rank and file Saved Child From Death. were hustled into waiting automobiles and whisked to the park, where a "After our child had suffered from grand stand had been erected, after severd bronchial trouble for a year." music by Seibert's band which accom- Wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richardpanied The Boosters, the welcoming son's Mills. Ala., "we feared it had address was made by City Attorney, consumption. It had a bad cough all H. C. Kaufrman, who in a short, but the time. We tried many .remedies happy and pleasihg manner bade wel- without avail, and doctor's medicine come to our distinguished guests and medicine seemed as useless, Finally turned over to them the keys to the wn trior! Dr. Kinf's Now Discoverv. city. He dwelt briefly upon the great . ml rfi nina.fl to snv that onfi hn, tle j to effected ia complete cure, and our child men sent from Garrard county Louisville and into the world at large, is again strong and haalthy." For finishing with a beautiful tribute to coughs, colds, hoarseness, lagrippe, Judge Lewis L. Walker, whose decis asthma, croup and sore lnngs, its the ions he said the supreme court of the most infallible remedy that's made. stae had but to hear to affirm, and Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. predicting that he would eventually Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. grace the supreme bench. Mr. Kauff- nian was followed by Mr. Charles W. Milliken, Receiver of City Taxes for PAINT LICK. the City of Louisville, who after relating that his last visit to Lancaster Miss Mary Lear returned home Fri- was made memorable by the fact that day from Little Rock Ark. he was not here ten minutes before he Mrs. Wm. Denton, of Lexington, has was in jail, he came to adjust the inbeen the guest of Mrs. H. L. Wallace. surance on our recently burned hotel Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kemper left some fifteen years ago, and took dinner at the jail, to which he had refer- Tuesday to visit relatives in Owen Co. ence; he in turn introduced Dr. Ben L. Miss Ruth Carrier, of Lancaster, has Brunei-- , who in behalf of the Commer been the guest of Miss Cleone ' cial Orgaiixation of which he was a member, made one of those quick and Messrs W S Fish and I C Rucker catchy, yet thoroughly logical speech- have returned from a trip to several es, of which he is so capable. Dr. ' points in Florida. Biuner said that Lancaster seemed to Miss Louise Rice and Sallie Woods be thoroughly imbued with the spirit visited Miss Madrew Farris, of Silver of the day, namely, "good roads, good Creek last Sudday. schools and good banks", and that! they seemed to be at the top notch in ' Miss Verda Moreum, of Berea, spent all of these things. He finished his Saturday and Snnday with Misses Emremarks by advocating a principle ma and Ora Estridge. Mr. Salem Wallace, of Lexington, which the Record has so often plead has rcturued to his home after a visit witn ner county people to apply to our own county and town, that is ' help "to Mr. Harry Francis. maker the metropolis great, and there- Miss Agnes Henderson, Mr. Rube by add greatness to yourself." and Jim Ralston attended the burial of y Dr. Bruner was followed by County Mrs. Marguerite Patterson at Joseph E. Robinson, who was ter Saturday. informed in the outset that his remarks j Af tor severai wee;S stay at home would bo limited to ten minutes, Louise Terry has returned to withstanding this fact, Mr. Robinson Goo(1 Samaritan Hospital at Lexington went to it with a vim, and in the short where shc isenfraced in trained nursing. ume auoiteu mm, u ne am not con Misses Stella and Lula McWhorter vince the Louisville people that this was had for their guests last week, Misses the greatest county in the state, it cerStella and Allie Hendron, of near Lantainly was not his fault. He took up caster and Dr. Todd and Miss Marguethe time allotted him in presenting to rite Sett, of Richmond. them a few facts in regards to the The following gentleman who made productiveness of the county and its re- a business trip to Crystal Springs Tex sources, and he would up by trying to convince the delegation that we made as, returned home Monday: Messrs Joe Louisville and asking some little return McCormack, O. L. Hammack and Dr. for our kindness in the way of assist- Carman. They were all delighted with ing us in securing some of the few fac- the prospects and climate. ilities which we are seeking. MEN. 4 Elaborate preparations had been made for the entertainment of the For tender face and neck after shav Boosters while they were with us, auing, for pimples, black heads, dandruff tomobiles in ample number were at the or any skin or scalp disease use ZEMO depot to bring them to town, and every and ZEMO SOAP. thing possible was done to make their ZEMO is guaranteed to relieve all short stay a pleasant one. Upon the soreness and itching. The soap is part conclusion of the speaking every memof the treatment, best for all toilet ber of the Booster's club was present- purposes. ed with a Garrard couuty cob pipe, atSold by druggists everywhere ana m tached thereto with a dainty ribbon Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & Son. was a card bearing the inscription:- "Kentucky Meerschaum from 'The j Poor. Land Of Now'. While smoking this Mrs. Iliglmpp now was the new remember your country cousins who rector's sermon? are always glad to have you as their Mrs. Blase Very disappointing. He ' guests." was goins to talk on "Revelations," Because of the fact that the train and all the scandals he had to offer had several other towns at which they were about cities and people dead and were advertised to stop during the day, gone centuries ago. Puck. their stay here was necessarily short. Under Cross Examination. They left with the assurance that they Counsel Your age. signoiina? Young had thoroughly enjoyed their short Lady (bashfully) Oh, I hardly like to stay and that they would come again tell you. Counsel Yet I must insist on when they would have more time to knowiug it. Tray tell me how old you were ten years ago. Young Lady spend with us. faith-"Hea. 1-- m I am a candidate for Justice Of the Peace, in the first Magisterial district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. I have always been found fighting in the rank of that party, and I leave the d voters to decide how well and how fully, I have discharged my duty in many races. I will appreciate the support of the party and, if elected, I will protect the interests of the people. John N. hite HENS "Sets. Roosters' 4 to 5cts. Ducks 7 to 8cts, Eggs, 10 to 10cts. j .n m The Great Disc Cultivator. u'i.'jirrCTi i Turkeys 8 1o 9cts. Coal from l O to 2cts in yard. 1 hdl 11 eft! ISttttS"' m I WANTED BONES. a car load of dry Just received a lot of good lime which we will sell at a reasonable price. U. B. NQRTIICOTT, DEPOT STREET. Jno Deere Disc and Shovel, The Brown and Olive Cultivators. Some- m Paper Cleaned. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. thing new in both Wood and Dain Mowers. Hay Tools of all kinds. Call and let us explain our different lines to you. Don't Repaper this J. season. Have your R. MOUNT, SON Draw a Check for the money you owe and note how much mo e re p c fully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an -- , CO. SSSSFS-:??S?iXtS'i'iV3- jPP J. J. Phone 340. Faulkner. Lancaster, Ky. I , Oakdale Herd of Register Royal blood ar. OuroGsi .did individuality. jrilts for sale. Fall bev j J. F. ROLL .jN. Lancaster, Ky. account at the Garrard Bank and Trust Co. Ihey know he is do ing business in a busines,s-hk- e wav. Eetter open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow. I The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. Kolicii Poultry b3 m 3a ra m Lancas-Attorne- not-'Mi- ss mm im&JA NO.!I AS Reisers ma 3J) xn ci'uj:. xo JOOD tee -- -- fi 3slk.ch. t; r9 ryiPQ id Cholera, Gapes. LimbernecK, Roup, Canker, j BETSY'S POINTERS I don't think the height of fortune has ever been reached yet, although many of us have often made a good try for it. Molly and I staged this little scene for you, dear reader, just to help you forget your troubles by trading at the Cash Store of R. S. Brown's misup-to-d- ate r Miss KaLc Drj'att. C;rJsIo'vn. K.. mjtj: "Ik " - ; P.Mr rTneJy mz3c. licii-- s lipf.aJul'.TSn-- t '. u f- v'il Coopi'j, riirJilowc. y , sars "Oirt tit. p tv.ti, - wt Diarraoea :::i an v&tcszs gi Poultry for year sad I M.iaa IB-- r s ' 4-- :mrf.2 !&v-- i '.' 'f a sPn2 R. E McROBERTS & SON, Lancaster, Ky. To9-- G LANCASTER SUMMER FESTIVAL AND i f ONE SOLID WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY, EASY AND SAFE TO USE MAY 29th. THE GREAT INEXPENSIVE. (cheerfully) The Troubadours Please Crowds Oh, twenty-three- ! Fan-full- a. if IS SJOIl STOCK. ADAM Gigantic Merry Goround. Amusement u u ivi The National Troubadours, a home talent entertainment will show at the Opera House in Lancaster, Friday night, May 2Gth. The show is given under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society and is under the management of Miss Loubelle Jolly, who put on a show at Lebanon last week. In speaking of the show The Lebanon paper has the following to say: The National Troubadours, a musical entertainment with local talent comprising the cast pleased large crowds at the opera house on Tuesday and rA 1 Y. ON ALL LIVE It Startled the World. When the astounding claims were first made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but forty years of wonderful cures have proved them true, and everywhere it is now known as the best salve on earth for Burns, Boils, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Eczema, Chapped hands. Fever Sores and Piles Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. DSSSftFECTS. GLEAftSES. PURIFIES. I! ha9 so many uses that It Is a neoessity on every farm. CURES MANGE, SCAB, RINGWORM, SCRATCHES Destroys All Disease Germs 0AUC ST 10 BigFeatiireSliowsXO FREE : Mammoth Ferris Wheel. Twice Daily Cham pion High Diver. ' Diving 128 feet at 4:00 and 10:00 p. m. 1-- m Wednesday evenings. The entertainKentucky Fair Dales. ment was given under the auspices of the Young Ladies Sodality of St. AuThe following are the dates fixed for gustine's church and about $75 was re- holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1912 as alized. The cast was under the direcas reported: far tion of Miss Loubelle Jolly, and the days. LANCASTER, JULY success of the entertainment is due in 3 days. Versailles, August no small measure to her proficiency Lexington, August 6 days. The program below gives the name of days. Uniontown, August those who took part and their respecVanceburg, August 1 days. tive roles. We have only space to Lawrenceburg, August 15-- 4 days. speak of them collectively, and nothing truer could be said than that Miss Jolly Leitchfield, August 15-- 4 days. Burkesville, August 15-- 4 days. in her experience in this work, we will Broadhead, August 16-- 3 days. wager, has never had soloists and Fern Creek, August 16-- 4 days. chorus that for sweet voices and feminShepherdsville, August 22-- 4 days. could compare wih ine lovliness London, August 22-- 4 days, the Lebanon cast. The character Erladgsr, August 23-- 4 days. sketches were excellent, and the fifty Germantown, August 24-- 3 days. little girls as butterflies and fairies Nicholasville, August 29-- 3 days. formed a scene that was most enchant; ing. Somerset, August 30-- 3 days. 2-7-- DRIVES AWAY FLIES JTOB De Speiro's Superb Italian Band SPECIAL DAYS EVERY DAY. R. E. McRoberts SEND & Son. FOI FREE BOOKLETS ATTRACTIONS. Big Hippodrome Show. Electrodome. Big Joe. The Aeroplane Girl. Dixie Land Minstrels. Vaudeville. Daffyville. The Broadway Belles. 8-- 5 9-- k ONE 3iiiSf iffiop down the throat o a "eapey" chicken- destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops in the drinking water ii ON THE SQUARE AT 55 A Burglar's Awful Deed. tuckyv" has. 'been removed. The Com- - edy only. 50c pany has closed a deal with Col. W. P. Son. at R. E. McRoberts may not paralyze a home so completely as a mother's long illness. But Dr. King's New Life Pills are a splendid remedy for women. "They gave me wonderful benefit in constipation and female trouble," wrote Mrs. M. C. Dunlay, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, & try them. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m 1-- m ' Bardstown, August 30-- 4 days. Parts, September 5 days. Monticello, September 4 days. Alexander, September 5 days. Mount Olivet, September 4 days. Hogdenyille, September 5- - 3 days. Kentucky State 'Fair, Louisville, tember li-- 6 days. Horse Cave, September 20-- 4 days. Falmouth. Sentember 27-- 4 davs. Mayfield, September 27-- 4 days. 5-5-5-5-- KRmr CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea and other chick diseases. Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ot this medicine on hand. Ask for free booklet on 'Diseases of Fowls." One 50c Bottle of LANCASTER. Don't Miss Anything. Come on Monday and Stay All Week. -- J. R. Mount, Son &Co V "H. -- y- " - ' "'" ' t "L """' - f l,"i Trim i. -- ij'rh-rnrrT- r, -- r.vrrTrMvrTrnnnrTrvmirri j iipiw in TmTTr-r- g "Tr" .ggnnwF, Money Saved Money Made IS 35 ''' III . Jni : IIIBM IIIIimiimmMbi in ' . " w. Beautiful Hand Tailored Wash Suits made from LINENS, POPLINS and Choice Wash Materials worth from $4.50 to $10.00 going fast at m I S The g Joseph gg3igggS g Mercantile Scott. Miss Maud Spainhower, left Tuesday to join her parents in the West. S. V. Sweeney, G. P. Frisbie, Louis Gill Greenleaf, F. and Henry Simpson attended the Knight Templar's Conclave in Lexington last week. 5 Company Tor Bring Your Plans HERE and have us help you figuie on the lumber you'll need. We'll figure closely too for we know our Lumber and how well it works up without waste. And when you use our lumber you will have a building that is up to stay without repair bills for years to come. help you figure? I! Isn't that a good enough reason to have us Prof. D. W. Bridges is in Richmond this week. i Judge L. L. Walker is in Stanford holding court. Mrs. Mary Stewart is in Broadhead A Brief Mention of the Comincs and visiting Mrs. Mary Albright. uosngs Ly Those YYi Are Interested In. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Ross visited friends in Winchester Sunday. J. Herbert Kinnaird of Stanford was Mrs. Mary Ann Best of Paint Lick with home-folk- s Sunday. is the guest of Mrs. J. B. Conn. Mrs. Margaret Herold of Stanford is R. H. Batson has returned from a with her niece Miss Susie Hilton. recuperative stay at Mortinsville Ind. Mrs. Ogg of Berea was a guest the Misses Allie Yantis and Kathleen past week at the Simpson house. Walters have been visiting Stanford Mr. Baker Walker of Nicholasville is friends. visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Walker. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie was in DanMiss Ella Thompson and little niece of ville Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. Danville are with Miss Hallie Brown. C. Price. C. B. Bastin is spending a week with Miss Martha Ward Sweeney will be friends in Livingston and Mt. Vernon. in attendance at Central Univercity Carnival. Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford is Mr. R. P. Gregory visited his sister with her sister Miss Susie Hilton for a Mrs. Henry H. Hall in Winchester visit. Gossip About eople Ng n? n Haselden, J. Instance of the Dainty invitations have been received to the Commencement exercises of Hamilton Female Collecre. There are 33 graduates one being Mis3 Mattie Lee Hubble daughter of Senator and Mrs. R. L. Hubble of this place. Mrs. Jennie McCormack Ramsey entertained at a sumptious six o'clock dinner, the honor guest being Miss Lutie Rothwell of Indiana Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold were also included in the list who shared the hospitable of Mrs. Ramsey. take four features of the Visible Models 10 and 11 Lancaster Lumlior & VTZ 0, Professor and Mrs. C. E. Dinsmon of Berea were guests Saturday and Sunday of Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Brown Professor Dinsmon is the Dean of th Normal department College and his wife one of the teachers of the faculty of fifty that are employed in the school. Remington Typewriter Column Selecfor ' MJlMhlMElihliMfrjiyiMJrE IfhlliJrMhlliJrMllIlfrE Our ICE CREAM DEPARTMENT opened Miss Elizabeth Bryant of Bryants- viUe is the cuest of Mrs. Mortimer Sunday. Scott. Mrs. mond FRIDAY, APRIL 21st .. P iiii;4p ia ESS i 8 v. lk- Pearson. We have a first class carriage Mary Doty. Mr. Thomas Broaddus of Mexico is Conn Bros. Give us a trial. Misses Lettie May McRoberts and expected soon to visit relatives in this Frankye KaufTman were visitors in section. Have a good time for one week at Danville Tuesday. the street fair, beginning May 29th. Miss Florence Darnell of Maysville Dr. and Mrs. B. Ramsey of Chattais the guest of her friend, Mrs. W. D. Large crowds are attending the show nooga are here for a visit to Garrard Walker. at the New Opera House. relatives and friends. Mrs. Elizabeth Denny is in Harrods-bur- g Good music every day at the street Mrs. Thomas Ralston of Paint Lick visiting her sister Mrs. Margaret fair in Lancaster, week of May 29th. was here Tuesday for the burial of -tf Short. Mrs. R. S. Brown has been visitinc her daughter Mrs. David Jones of Kirksville. C. D. Powell has been in RichThe Embrodery Club will meet this visiting her sister Mrs. W. T. Friday afternoon with Misses Jane and Adding and Subtracting Mechanism Tabulator Set Key Built In Tabulator which are absolutely new, entirely original, fundamentally important, and afford conclusive evidence of YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. enduring Remington leadership Remember that we guarantee your satisfaction Miss Susie Brashear left the latter part of the week for her tiome in Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson. Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated) We have increased our capacity to 150 gallons per day, and - are better prepared than ever to supply you with K k 1 m Blue Grass Creamery of g M QUALITY ICE CREAM. M Lancaster, Ky. P m A Our rubber tires are good try them. Conn Bros. Miss Mabel Mason returned the Iat-lpart of the week to her home in Mrs. Rebecca Rice of Madison and The Dutch children will delight you son of Mexico were guests for. several Richmond. days of Mrs. Edna Francis and daugh- National Troubadors Friday. Miss Knapp West was in Richmond ters. last week and visited the State NorPrices are being cut away down low J. L. Beazley and little son and Mrs. on buggies and harness. W. J. Romans. mal School. L. D. Bartley of Stanford were guests Miss Woolfork of Lexington has been Monday of Mr. and Mrs. James A. visiting Miss Ballard at her home in Beazley. Young men see your selves as other Bryantsville. see you. National Troubadors Miss. Edua Mason left Saturday to Misses Bettie Robinson and Minnie visit her friend Miss Logstee at JuncSee our corn planters the most comMargaret Walsh have returned to tion City and to attend the commence- plete planter on the market. Campbellsville. ment excercises. Conn Bros. Mr. and Mrs. William Champ and Mat S. Cohen of Lexington dropped The fifty butterflies and fairies will little daughters are guests of relatives off between trains Monday to shake delight the children. National in Paint Lick. hands with his many friends among the Miss Jennie Arnold of Milwaukee court day crowd. Wisconsin is here for a visit to KenNow is the time to buy a buggie and Mrs. Mike Kennedy and Mr. and tucky relatives. Mrs. William Dickerson of Bryants- a set of harness cheap. W. J. Romans. er -tf -tf Cynthana. Attorney J. E. Robinson Stanford Saturday to hear Ollie James in one of his fine speeches. Buy a paper from the News boy and was in and News girl. National Troubadors. Louisville, Ky. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITA!, $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r.' ttn iii iiji trt i h wmnm Easily laid can be laid right over wood shingles if necessary Fireproof Stormproof Last as long as the building and never need repairs. For further detailed information apply to Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, I THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R. DENNY, Surplus 25,000. S. C. DENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. Cashier. R. T. Embry, Book-Keepe- r. J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. Safety Samual Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT "YOUR BUSINESS. 3 D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C, Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. visitors to Lancaster. Mrs. Willie Sebastian is in the LanMrs. R. E. McRoberts left Monday caster hospital having submitted the for a visit of two weeks at her former past week to an operation, all will be home in Hopkinsville. glad to hear she is doing nicely. Miss Mary Reed returned WednesMr. and Mrs. John Crenshaw of day after a most creditable scholastic Georgetown, and Mrs. J. H. Shropyear at Midway College. shire of Cynthiana have returned to Miss Martha Kavanaugh is at home their respective homes after a visit to from Cleveland Tennessee where she Elder and Mrs F. M. Tinder. Dr. W. L. Carman, Joe McCormick has been attending school. O. L."Hammock of Paint Lick returnMiss Angie Kinnaird of the D. and D. Institute of Danville was the guest of ed Manday from a pleasant trip to Crystll City Texas were they have her parents the past week. been looking at irrigated farm lands. Mrs. Joe Pettus and children of Miss Estella Conn left Saturday Springfield have been visiting Mrs. night for Louisville where she enters Lizzie McCarley and daughter. t the Deaconess hospital to study to be a Miss Margaret and Mary Walker and trained nurse, she was accompanied to sister Mrs. Woods Walker has been in the Falls City by her father J. B. Conn. Stanford visiting Mrs. J. C. Hays. Mrs. R. L. Hubble went to LexingMisses Martha and Helen Gilf have ton Thursday May 25th to attend the returned from Lawrenceburg Indiani Commencement exercises at Hamilwhere they visited Miss O'Brien. ton College her daughter Miss .Mattie Lee Hubble being one of this year's Miss Carrie Bolden returned to her home in Nicholasville, Monday after a graduat.es. weeks visit to her Aunt Mrs. Belle Messrs W. B. Mason, J. R.'and J.-- S. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price were visi- ville were guests Modday of Mr. and tors of- - .Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant of Mrs. J. E. Dickerson. Danville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Royston and Mrs. E. N. Wallace and little daugh- little daughter Alice of Chicago will ter Ophelia are in Winchester for a arrive Thursday for a visit to Mr. and visit to relatives. Mrs. Jamas A. Royston. Mrs. S. A. Maret has returned to Mr. James I. Hamilton Frankfort after a visit to her sister confined to his home for who has been several days Mrs. Jack Adams. by illness, is much improved and is able Miss Lula McWhorter of Paint Lick to be on the street again. has been the recent guest of her aunt Mrs. J. B. Conn daughter Miss Stella Mrs. W. S. Carrier. Mrs. John. Hurt and Miss Kate Davis Miss Nannie Woods Engleman and were in Stanford for the funeral of Robert Coffey of Stanford were recent their cousin William Curtis. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. Insure your self and wife first, then your home. Call on me I will do both for you. J. A. Jones, agent. Corn planters, Cutting harrow, Land roller, Drag harrow, cultivators, Double shovel plow, Geers, Harness, etc. -tf J. s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Lewis Conn Bros. Fruit and Shade Trees Buggies and Harness are going cheap for a few days. W. J. Romans, 2t 5-- 19 Plants. Tomato, Cabbage and Pepper Plants. Ball & Holtzclaw Lost Black silk umbrella, left at McRoberts store May 16th. Strawberry Plants, Asparagus, Blacker- ries. Raspberries, Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. vv.rt y WJ "v4:-V55n- . It Mrs. Ann Robinson. Red Top We have a large lot of Chinaware, consisting of Haviland and other kinds also hand painted ware, and will sell these "goods at reduced prices for 30 days.. Overstocked come and see. Ball & Holtzclaw. Automobile Tires. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Olinton 28x3-$11.3- 0, 30x3J-$16.0- 0, 35x4-$20,6- B. Bastin, EnlargeOffice. Fine new independent make tires and tubes at most reasonable prices. 30x3-$12.35, 28x3-$14.0- 0 Photographer. Kodak finishing. Studio Bromide Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest Satisfactory Roofing made today. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. 32x3i $17.20, 31x4-$21.50, 34x4-$25.90, 34x3J-$17,7- 5, 32x4-$22.7- 5, 0, 0, 0, 33x4-$23.5- 36x4-$27.5- 34x41-$30.2- 0, 0. ments. 36x4i-$3L6- 0, 36x5-$35.1- at Telephone Tubes about 30 percent lower than standard list prices. Terms C. O. D. if 20 percent of amount accompanied order. 10 percent allowed if cash accompanies order. Money refunded if goods are not satisfactory. The Gey-Sales Co., Bimm Bldg., Dayton, er Notice. I. Members of Franklin Lodge No. 7 O. O. F. will assemble at lodge room Sunday May 28 at 3 o'clock P. M. to ' ASK YOUR DEALER attend anual decoration of deceased brothers graves. J. Booth Sutton N. GT. 1--t Ohio. Haselden Bros, r s tra"' 2s5s-w . j f-- u , .,.-- jyy . NOTICE Old plantation, barn 2 miles South "V The Democratic voters of Garrard Stomach Distress In five Minutes. County are hereby notified that a PriBelching of gas: heaviness sour taste mary Election will be held by order of and in mouth, dizziness biliousness from Manse at rfpRCC below this hendlng is for the excluthe Democratic County Committee in i sive use of our farmer subscribers, tiud Is for pursuance to the resolutions adopted nausea occurs simply because the stomTo fcivc the fnle of stock, grain and such things on ach is not properly digesting the food. is 10 years old, full 15 bauds 3 inches, jet black, fine caddie f.irm ns the farmer cannot nfford to adver- by the said Committee and"under the King Squirrel stomach tablets give in tise. No notice will be accepted over four Primary Election law, in the following and harness horse, splendid style and action. stant relief to upset stomachs, but they lines, and will be only In ".wo issues of the manner His 1st dam by Peavine; 2nd dam by Lexington; 3rd dam by Copper-bottodo more; they put strength into the ItKcoi'.D, fr.ee of churRO First: A primary election will be stomach and build up King Squirrel was sired by Black Squirrel, Jr., He by Black Squirrel, it so that it can Sweet potato plants for sale. I. C. held in each and every voting precinct easily digest a hearty meal. 58, bred by J. C. Graves, of Woodford Co. Black Squirrel was sired by Black throughout Garrard county Kentucky, Eagle, 74, he by King Williams, he by Washington Denmark, lie by Gaines Rucker Paint Lick Ky. Sick headache, nervousness, sleeplessbetween the hours of six o'clock A. M. ness and bad Denmark. He has proven to be a sure foal getter and his colts have good size dreams are all caused by Tinsley Bros, sold a pair of five year and 4 o'clock P. M., standard time on and style are natural walkers and good drivers. old horses to Wilson Rodgers for $300. Saturday July 1, 1911, under and pur- fermentation of food. Stop the fermentation; renovate the MAMMOTH KING NO. 1894 law of Wilson Rodgers bought of White, suant to the primary election stomach and make it clean and sweet 1G hands, will make the season at Black Jack, with white points, full Kentucky, and under and Marsee a three year old horse for $150 the State of and half the ills of the human family place at TEN DOLLARS to insure live colt. He has proven a sure pursuant to the regulations adopted by would promptly disappear. and fine breeder. Seven of his colts, all foaled (so far) this spring avJohn W. Francis sold a fancy har- the Democratic Couuty Committee as IMJENA VISTA If you have stomach trouble of any erage 42 7 inches. Let's hear from some Jack man to beat it. Will make ness mare to C. GatlifF of Williams- herein set out, for the purpose of nomi kind don't overlook the fact that contracts to serve Jennets. Mares or Jennets from a distance grazed at $2.00 burg Monday for $225. nating a Democratic Candidate for Mrs. Ed Eason- is numbered with the is a doctor's prescription, per month. Money due when mares are parted with or bi'ed to other stock. representative for Garrard County Kenthat it's as good a prescription as any sick. A. W. Kavanaugh sold and shipped Lien retained on colts for service fee in all cases. Care taken to prevent actucky in the General Assembly of Ken- doctor will write for years to come. Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan of Burgin is his gray saddle horse to Mississippi, cidents or escape; but not responsible should any occur. tucky, to be voted for at the General R. E. McRoberts & Son sells receiving $300. for him. the guest of relatives here. BURDETT RAMSEY, State Election to be held in November stomach tablets and so do leading Miss Alice Scott closes a successful Wilson Rodgers sold to Jack Beasley 1911. Phone in Residence. Paint Lick. Ky. druggists everywhere. They are rigid- term of school at Lindendale Friday. Second: In said Primary election, ly guaranteed to of Stanford a five year old hearse horse cure any case of stomMiss Alice Duncan of Burgin has for $175. He also sold to Robert Bur- any known Democrat who is a legal ach disease, or money back. voter in the Precinct where he offers to ton a three year old horse for $155. A large box of stomach been with her sister who is quite sick. :$ x$ ?$: "?! ft Ttf vote, on the day thereof, or who will tablets costs but 50 cents. They act so Rev. Evans filled the pulpit at Squire J. P. Bourne bought a mule be a legal voter in said precinct at the quickly ft that after dinner distress, Brown's Chapel Sunday in the absence of J. W. Prewitt for $150 and one of regular November election 1911 shall be heaviness, and belching disappear in of the pastor Rev. Morris. 1) Madison county parties for $160. He entitled to vote. fivt minilto Give a trial on ft Several from here attended the also sold a mule to Lincoln county parThird: The officers required to hold money back Free trial treat-- . trict S. S. convention held at Pleasant ties for $135. said election shall be appointed by the mentof MI- will bo sent to any Grove church Sunday afternoon. There is no danger whatever of Democratic County Committee for Gar-- reader of this on request. Address There were three interments at Mt. Buffalo. N. Y overstocking the market with really Yard County Ky., and shall be divided Booth's Olivet burial ground last week little M good horses, no matter for what pur- as nearly equally as possible as to JudJ Price Poor, Mr. Rheuben Stinnett and HAitKSliUlEl'. pose intended. The topnotcher will al- ges, clerks and Sheriffs, among the Mrs, Hunter of Jessamine. canvarious candidates, and where the ways be in demand. Mr. Charley Huffman is ill of Tyshall furnisli a list of names for didates FAIR EXCHANGE. "Tis an ill wind that blows nobody election officers, as they are entitled phoid fever. S tpod" The extreme heat at such an to do by law, the said election officers Born to the wife of Mr. Clayton A New Back For An Old One-H- ow It Is early date has spoiled the cut worm shall be selected from said lists, and Marcec a girl. Done In Lancaster. or at least we have heard no said lists shall be furnished by said can'rZ c op, Mr. John Pruitt spent a few days at , complaint from the farmer's about that didates not less than days before Freedom The back aches at times with a dull, last week. the date of said primary election. The lest. indescribable feeling, making you K R. E. Hulett bought of Carmon a pains shoot weary and restless; If every farmer would raise six pigs election officers when appointed shall p a mare for $125.00 fi t across the region of the kidneys, and a year, that would provide twelve be notified by the secretary of the 11 J. A. Duderar a horse ? ' hams, twelve shoulders, and twelve County Committee and requested to Sastenan paying bought 200.00 of Mr. again the loins are so lame to stoop is fn H sides, and lard, spareribs and sausage serve. Each candidate in said primary agony. No use to rub or apply a plastt F. L. Clark ; . .j Montie Fox 50 er to the back in this condition. You K $ in addition. For a small family one election shall be entitled to a challenS and inspector, and the same barrels of con .50 delivered. O ham or shoulder or side per week ger cannot reach the cause. Exchange the H person may act as both challenger and A i would furnish enough meat diet for Miss Luc-- ' . ee has returned af- bad back for a new and stronger one. & inspector, and the name of such ter avisit U . . -- lives at Lexington. thirty-si- x Follow the examplefof this Lancaster weeks. M challenger or inspector shall be t B. F. Poindcxter sold five nice bars citizen. A mule, the college experts say, is submitted to the said committee or DESCRIPTION-Th- is Stallion is a grade crossed between an im- K Mrs. T. S. Elkin, New Danville Pike, t never sick but once in his life. This the Chairman thereof and his ap- weighing 7 pounds one day last week. , ported Porcheron Stallion and a pure bred imported Belgian Mare; is JLancastei-- Ky., says: "I feel grateful Mr. Willie Jenkins who has been sickness is followed by a funeral. Two pointment certified by the said ChairS to Doan's Kidney Pills in return for the ft IGk hands high; is a dapple brown; is nine years old; weighs 2000 good spans of mules will last fifty man, and the certifica e of the Chair- holding a position in Indianapolis is at 3 pounds. For style and action, he can't be beat; has good heavy bone benefit they have brought in my familv K years with good care and human treat- man of his selection shall entitle the home. a good foot and a noble disposition. He was one of the best breeders My back was very lame and there was ment. They are not so fashionable as said challenger or inspector to admisRev. Mahan and wife were the guests a constant pain at the base of my spine. in Shelby county, Ohio; his colts sold as high as $500.00 from the tits. automobiles, but a heap more profit- sion to said voting Precincts. He has been shown in the fair ring all over the state of Ohio and has of Mr. T. D. Chesnut Saturday and Doan's Kidney Pills went at once to able. never been beaten by any horse. Fourth: Said primary election shall Sunday. the root of my trouble and entirely reThis will make the season of 1911 at my place one mile ,! Despauing of being able to be held in all respects as required by The Ladies woi'king society will lieved me. Another member of my blv raise tobacco this year, because of law for t e holding of primaiy elec- meet at the residence of D. S. Swope family was bothered by attacks of lumsouth of Buckeye at the very low price of me iow prices oi tlie weed, the high tions, and a uniform ballot shall be at 2.30 bago and at times this person's back i To a Living Colt. cost of labor and the scarcity of used in every precinct. The precinct Mr. Ben Hughes wife and daughter was so weak and lame that walking was plants, many Nicholas county ballot boxes and all returns shall be A lien retained on all colts until the season money is paid. Care were the guests of Mrs. Margaret Sut- difficult. Doan's Kidney Pills brought t .farmers are preparing to put in one of made to the chairman of the County ton Sunday. relief in this case just as quickly as taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. the biggest crops of watermelons ever Committee at the Court House in Lanthey did in mine. I have not the sligh- Mr John Boner and wife have re5 planted in the county. caster Kentucky within the time retest hesitation in recommending Doan's fel quired by law and on the next day turned from a bridal trip are at home Kidney Pills, as I know they live up to Many mules are being shipped to thereafter the County Committee shall at Camp Nelson. all the claims made for them." will stand at $20.00 for jennet .: Decatur, Ala., from Tennessee and Eight dollars was realized from the meet at the Court House and canvass For sale by all dealers. Price 50 !g Kentucky and are being sold to the and $10,09 for mare. the returns and certifiy the name of pie supper given by the ladies of the cents. n Co., Buffalo, Black Jack with white points. 0 farmers in the Decaturs and vicinity at the successful candidate to the proper Methodist chuch. New York, sole agents for the United g good prices. Almost every week a car- - officer to be placed under the Demo- Alex Durham of London Foaled April 1st, 1904, 17 who has States. v load of mules arrive and are scon dis- weighs 1,400 high, hands Remember e take a cratic device of the Democratic partv been with his brother Jim Durham has posed of in the markets of the De K no other, th pounds with good heavy bone on the ballot at the general November located in Danville. caturs. and body, and the best head election 1911. Mesdames George and Tom Ballard U and cars you ever saw on a j: There were only about thirty five The precinct .election officers shall of Lancaster have been recent good at Lancasvisitors jack. cattle on the market Monday and few make returns to the Chairman of the of Mrs. Sam Haselden. t: 3 Sired by J. K. Baughman's g of those changed hands. The light County Committee, the ballots shall be Mrs. Herbert Brooks has returned j: Thurs2nd Napoleon, 1st dam by Sena rv sauwers anu prospects oi more nave preserved in the boxes, which shall from Burgin where she has been visitet .. t: i ,t lor Beck, he by Old Prince, t 6 uurneu me auenuon oi me larmers to be locked and one key kept by one ing the family of Mr. Henry Burdett. day and Friday, B HI .. ....tiirl'Iliii'l n their backward Ct a more occupied crops and they are Judge and inanother key by another Rev. Mahan preached two very in,ua " IS amiBmnvaumKrmxnaiyi-tj"U case the candidates shall with catching up than Judge, but .it. mnmntynerTmr.K j i srrnn.TrraiT&A. it .lwiUiiJcnjiiai'ji.iiiJiiiitawi.'.ji.viiiiUitt?' 0 thev are in cattle trading. npvpi- - was beaten. Unci dam bv and have furnished lists from which the teresting sermons at the church at this :; place last Sunday morning and evenDaniel Boone. He has proven himself to be a number one breeder for a officers have been selected, the Judges :; English trotting mare, Lady both mares and jennets; his colts selling as high as $140.00 from mares holding the1 keys must have been taken ing. who was 26 years old In from S3 Simplicity of La Fontaine. Mrs. Ella Cecil and daughter Miss different lists. and from $300.00 to $500.00 for Jack colts. Full pedigree furnished at tiJune, 1895, in an effort to trot twenty Apropos of the simple, philosophical Any democrat who is legally Annie T. Cecil of Danville have been Fifth: ts the barn. miles inside of an hour, she covered the qualified to hold said office, desiring to visiting at the home of Mrs. Fannie La Fontaine I either read or heard a i: At the same time and place I will stand my big f Jack, JOHN distance in 59 seconds. Only six become a candidate before said touching trait of his simplicity. He primary Pollard. MORGAN, Jr., at $10.00. John Morgan Jr., was sired by John MorAmerican horses have ever trotted s was wise enough to despise money and election, and to have his name printed Misses Pattie Belle Burk and Edna gan, he by Marmaduke and is out of an imported Jennet. twenty miles in one hour and none of on the ballot for said election, shall on Berkley were at Lancaster to hear the spent all he had from not knowing its j Also another 3 year old imbred Morgan Jack at $8.00. them since 187S. is or before 12 o'clock midnight of June Baccalaureate sermon by Rev. Garris- value or caiiug for its production. Will also stand another 4 year old Stallion sired by Paragon and is out of a Denmark mare Sim Weil who has been slopping a 15 1911, deposit with the Chairman dr on and were guests of Mrs. Ap Price. When reduced to nothing he lived with at $G.OO to insure. a friend who loved him and supplied large number of cattle at Silver Creek, Secretary of said Committee the sum Rev. Heilbron came over from Lex- ihe very few wants he had. This s Madison county, this season, sold the of seventy five dollars for the purpose S3 ington to fill his appointment Saturday friend died. One who had known La J lot to Nelson Morris, last week at $5.50 of defraying the expense of said prima-i- y Fontaine at his house Immediately K election, and such deposit shall con- and Sunday at Pleasant Grove and was went to invite him to come and live per cwt. There were two hundred in entertained at the home of Mr. Logan the bunch aad they averaged 1,265. stitute notice to the Committee of the with him. He met La Fontaine on the if Burk. According to those who kliow there desire of such candidate to have his road to his chateau, and upon hearing 138-GR. M. Robinson sold to G. E, John- the invitation the poet replied, "J'y O were about 40,000 slop fed cattle in name printed on said ballot for said G cts 19 head cattle '.irTtO Kentucky this year and the sloppers election. In the event there is a sur- son of Danville1217 lbs each alsoat31 hogs allais" ("I was going there"). The nai&Q&aao&&0&ay&B weighed vete of his reply is very striking. From will lose the profit they made last year. plus remaining from the amounts so they This has been anything but a cattle deposited, it shall be returned to the weighing on an average 159 lbs. each Lady Holland's Journal. said candidates, and in the event there at 5 cts. year. is a deficit, said candidates in said priThe District S. S. union met at Circumstances seem to be combining mary shall be assessed pro rata to Pleasant Grove church last Sunday afagainst the raising of sheep in this make up said deficit. ternoon with a good crowd in attenstate, the rigid quarantine laws are Sixth: In the event no more than dance. The principal addresses were calculated to discourage, the sheep in- one candidate shall have qualified as by Rev. Maban and Rev. Godby the dustry, however, once the disease is herein set out and made said deposit of same officers were reelected Miss Ison stamped out, which the present rigid Seventy five dollars within, the time president Miss Christopher secretary. proceeding is calculated to do, we will Nearly all woman suffer required, then the said Committee have no more trouble along that line. some pain at times, due to shall meet and declare such candidate The price of wool has fallen off to an to the ailments peculiar to their be the nominee of the Democratic alarming extent, the best wool bring- party for said office, and the amount sex. If your trouble is yet in Sec. ing only about 21 B. George cents per pound, so paid shall be returned to him. The Cured By The Marvel Of The Century a mild form, take Cardui to ranging down as low as 14i for the order on the ballot in which the names prevent It becoming more B. B. For 30 Years. Kentucky. common and burry article. serious. If you have syffered of the candidates shall be printed shall long years, get Cardui at Hawking, Spitting Foul Breath, disbe determined by lot, in the presence once. Use persistently and of the candidate, at the time of such charges of yellow matter permanently It will help you. drawing of which time and place each cured with pure Botanical ingredients. of such candidates shall be given To prove it we will send you a SAMOWNER-St- op! PLE TREATMENT FREE. reasonable notice to be present. Catarrh is not only dangerous but it is ordered that notice of Seventh: It said primary election be posted and ad- causes ulcerations, death and decay of bone3, kills ambition, often causes loss vertised as required by law. deBy order of the Democratic County of appetite, and reaches to general bility, idiocy and insanity. It needs atCommittee for Garrard County KenMrs. L. Eells, of New tention at once. Cure it by taking tucky, this the 20th day of May 1911. Hartford, la., was afflicted for Blood Baim (B. B. B.) It is a JAMES CLARK, 24 years. She writes: "For quick radical, permanent cure because D. C. C. Chairman Pro-tesystem of the poison germs the past 24 years I have been it rids the E. B. Ray, Sec'ty. that cause catarrh. At the same time afflicted with womb trouble, Blood Balm (B. B. B.) purifies the A Copy Attest: causing extreme nervousStands for everything that is best in paint. Co.," Com. blood does away with every symptom E. B. Ray. Sec'ty Dem., ness, pain In right side and The pigments used are properly proportioned of catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling back altogether making flood of warm, rich pure blood direct to and thoroughly compounded. Wanted Stock to graze by the the paralyzed nerves, and parts affectlife a burden. I tried doctors month, on about 40 acres of good grass. ed by catarrhal poison, giying warmth and various other remedies G. C. Gay, .McCreary, Ky. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE and strength just where it Is needed, without relief. Finally I beand in this way making a perfect lastgan using Wine of Cardui. Notice. ing cure of catarrh in all its forms. Now I am entirely cured. I GREEN-SEAis Made to Wear" Druggists or by express, $1 Per All policy holders, in Garrard County, cheerfully advise all women in the continental Insurance Co, will Large Bottle, with directions for similarly afflicted to try Car FOR SALE BY please send all reports of loss and other home cure. Sample Sent Free by Sold everywhere. dui. writing Blood Balm Co, Atlanta, Ga. business direct to me. E44 Describe your trouble and free medical W. S. Fish, Agent. Stanford," Ky. advice given. Sold byJF. P. Frisbie. King Squirrel. $10.00 OF DEMOCRATIC ELECTION. PRIMARY Mi-o-- UPSET STOMACH Stomach Tablets Drive Away Is Your Skin on Fire. 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I Fare the of QUALITY. -- , ter Fair, Wednesday, 27th Ware McRoberts. mmMmmmAWrf n u" July 26th, Henry L.Gasey,D.v.s. 28th, 1911. VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Iudnstry Philippine Islands. United States Army t Com-bemer- e, I Office Telephone ! at Logan's Stable. and rsi. DANVILLE. KY. 3-- 5 Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street. Residence Phoue 9. Office Phone 89 Call and see us for a good a-i- s T. O. HILL, Phone . Buckeye, Ky. i Hair Cut and Clean Shave. The Only Two White Barbers In Town. See the tall sign, North side of Publiu Square. . Lancaster Colored Fair AUGUST 11th and 12th, Moran, Pres. James Lancaster, M HO and USE. ATTORNEY. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER COUNTY 1911. CATARRH. Bi-Tested Will Practice In all State Courts and TJ. S. District Court. Phone 194. Williams, Office over Police Court. t Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone 340. Public Square. Second hand clothes sold on commission. -- MR. 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