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NUMBER 10. re3XStXS3X$3XS33CS2S3 . vi ?,& WE HAVE A FEW The prospects are at present that we will have a liberal crop of "poor man's friends," blackberries. However, it is yet ample time for the supply to be curtailed by dry weather. Operation At Hospital. ..' HEAD QUARTERS FOR , Buggies & Surries make a special that price on, as we do not want to move them to our .new location (Mason Hotel.) we will Now is the time to get bar gains in BUGGIES. All this work is GUARANTEED. Come early, don't delay and let your neighbor Mr. Marion Long was operated on at the Lancaster Hospital Monday, having one of his eyes which has been troubling him for some time completly removed. He is doing nicely and will be able to be out soon. Court House Being Painted. afl9?8r y "yryyi fK3P ' k . . ,1. DEERINijr Binders, flowers, The cupola of the Court House is undergoing extendsive repairs which were very .much needed. After this work is completed the court house will be painted from the ground up. The work will be done by Mr. John Burns of Danville. Wheat Being Harvested. Bry-antsvil- M'hm-- ' "HHiHIMni ayVy'.' " ggj3fea'aaSSg Gircuit Court. New Hopkinsvllle, Ky., High School, built under the administration Barksdalc Hamlett, as Superintendent of the Hopkinsville public schools. of We'd Like To Borrow This Game Warden "Game Warden Moore arrested a The wheat harvest is on in the and Buena Vista section of crowd of seiners Monday and they were the county, many of the farmers al- presented before the County Court for ready having their crops cut. Wljgat trial. The authorities are determined cutting will begin here early next week to break up this practice, which is pro and is a week earlier than usual. The hibited by the state" Shelby News. crop is the best in several years. le Some Hot. Mrs. Luther Gibbs Sick. Mrs. Luther S. Gibbs. who has been in failing health for some time underwent a serious operation at her home on he Kirksville turnpike Sundny. She is reported as being much better and hope is entertained for her speedy restoration to health. Blue Grass Crop A Failure. At Yuma Ariz, Sunday the mercury registered 110 degrees. It was not that warm here but the humidity was terrific, however relief came in the form of a thunder shower early in the evening. Through the county the shower assumed the form of a minat-ur- e cyclone uprooting trees and destroying considerable fencing and was accompainied by a liberal sprinkling of The June term of the Garrard Circuit Conrt begins next Monday and Clerk Mason is busy completing his dockets, as is Sheriff Ballard and his deputes, serving processes and summoning the jnries. Their are thirty old Common wealth cases, including two murder cases and thirty three appearance Common wealth cases on the docket. The civil docket consists of 76 old equity and 21 equity appearance, 30 old common law and 33 appearance common law cases Six Garrard county couples have tired of double cussedness and are asking the court to grant them divorces. James Makes Many Friends. A large and appreciative audience greeted Hon. Ollie James at the Court House on last Saturday afternoon and they were not disappointed in their Hay Rakes and Twine. Champion Mowers. DEERING TWINE. get the choice. They are going to sell. We can save you money if you will let us. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. ZBE&& The crop of blue grass seed, which hail. bid fair to be the best in years, was Mail Service almost a complete failure in this secBros, tion of the state. The Denny The mail line between this place and and Mr. R. P. Gregory who had large Danville will be again put into service crops contracted in Boyle county, re- on July 17th. However, bids for the port it hardly worth stripping. carrying of the maile over this route will be asked, the period for which it Attend Memorial Services. is to be let being until July 1, 1912, at Bristow Conn with his big automo- which time all Star Route contracts exbile took Messrs R. H. Tomlinson, pire. The of this line will Wes Zanone, Booth Sutton, James Davis and Luther Herron to Crab Or- be a source of great satisfaction to chard Sunday to attend the Odd Fel- persons living between here and Danlows exercises in honor of their dead. ville, as well as to residents of both Mr. Tomlinson made the memorial ad- Danville and Lancaster, as it was a source of great convenience. dress. Tobacco Setting In Progress. The farmers are busily engaged in setting out their tobacco, and it is estimated that about forty five hundred acres will be raised in this county this TVio nlanta nro lnrcro and stronET ' and are being set with machinery, and with anything like seasonable weather the crop should be a good one. Hugh Logan Hurt. desires to hear a flow of oratory as well as a succinct statement of the political situation throughout the state. Conceded to be one of the best orators in the country, Mr. James made a speech that was calculated to take with our people, and after it was over, it was freely predicted that he would carry Garrard county by a rousing majority, many men who have heretofore been adherents of Judge Paynter, declaring that they would henceforth support Mr. James. Damage For Death Of Jndge W. C. Bell HflSELDEN BROS. TfaifgffTiaKuViV.fliiri Good Clothes in Blues, Blacks, ioi LOOK! LOOK! ! LOOK! Hugh Logan who is in the employ of the Haselden Bros., while engaged in repairing a church at Kirksville last Friday was considerably bruised up by the falling of a scaffold upon which he and another workmen were working, the breaking of a rope occasioned the fall. Mr. Logan fell upon his feet but with such force as to give him a considerable shaking up, which will keep him from work for several weeks. He was able to go to his home in Danville. The injured man is a nephew of Mayor H. T. Logan of this place, and is the son of Mr. Lige Logan of Attend Board Meeting. The administrator of the late Judge W. C. Bell, who sued upon behalf of the estate for damages for the death of the Judge was on last Friday in the Superior Court at Seattle Wash, award ed a verdict for $17,500 against the Seattle, Renton & Southern Railroad. The suit was brought for $50,000. An eight year .old son is the sole heir of Judge Bell. Judge Bell and his wife were passengers on a Renton car on April 24, 1910 when it was struck by a wild freight car and Judge Bell was instantly killed, his wife receiving such severe injuries as to result in her death a few month afterward Suit is vet pending for damages for the death of Mrs. Bell. Sunday School Convention At Hyattsville. On account of a backward season we are going to continue reduced prices on our ENTIRE STOCK of Men's and Boys CLOTHING until the stock is cut to a certain amount. This includes our famous HART SCHAFFNER 6c MARX CLOTHING Grays and other various patterns. Seasons Newest Styles. READ S RETIRING i BUSINESS Capt. William Herndon was in Berea last week attending a meeting of the trustees of Berea College, having been a member of the Board of Trustees for the last thirteen years. With the exception of an amendment to their charter, nothing was done further than the transaction of routine business. Berea College already has an endowment of $1,000,000. and expects to receive as much more before the end of the year. They have 1000 pupils at the college and taken upon the whole is one of the most successful schools in the country. Excitement At Junction Gity. Sale Will Continue On & On until entire stock is sold. You can not ford to miss the Great Bargains we are fering in afof- A convention of the county Bible Schools was held at Hyattsville Wednesday in the beautiful little Sunday School Chapel recently erected. An elaborate programme had been prepared by Miss Carrie Arnold, county secretary of Christian Sunday Schools for Garrard county, who had charge of the arrangements, and of the convention. Don't fail to The convention lasted throughout Clothes of Quality. the day, broken only by the noon hour, at which time a dinner such as would tempt the appetites of the most fastidious, and such as can always be expected and prepared by the good women of that section was served. "Cousin Charley" Has Narrow Escape. $16.50 suits, black, blue,gray,$l 1.98 18.00 suits, black, blue, gray,$12.98 20.00 H.S. & M. light mixed, 13.98 22.50 H.S.&M. brown, gray, 14.98 20.00 & 22.50 blue serge 14.98 get your summer suit while these prices prevail on J. W. Considerable excitement was caused The House of Quality. SMITH, at Junction City recently by what was thought to be the discovery of oil on property belonging to Mr. J. W. Rawl-ingPure refined coal oil was drawn from a well from which several families were accustomed to get their drinking water. This turned out to emanate from a Standard Oil Co. 's tank leaking. A like occurrence took place here some years ago when the late Major R. discovered his sping was running kerosene. Investigation traced the sourc e of the supply to the near by tanks of the Standard Oil Co. and a law suit followed for the the contamination of the spring. Coal oil does not come from the earth in the refined form, and when ever it is discovered in this form, it would be well to look for a leaky tank before starting an oil boom. s. Kin-naird s Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Fur- J nishing Goods. 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. " Make An Example Of Him. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. 0 Lancaster, Kentucky. -- LOGAN .v. Lr .) JL to hail has been arrested in Williamsburg charged with selling the questions for the school teachers examination. If proven guilty, this man should be given the extent of the Jaw governing such offenses, which is five years in the penetentiary. The peddling of these questions has become quite an industry in some lo calities, and is one that should be broken up. It has to be ascertained as yet where they secure the questions but the custom is none the less one to be condemned; it serves to lower the standard of our school teachers, and it does seem to us that the teacher who will stoop so low in order to pass a successful examination as to buy the questions from these people is unworthy to teach, and should be denied a H. Taylor, who claims fronx-Corbi- J. It is reported from Marksbury that a large spotted snake, ten feet long, chased Colonel Charley Grimes out of a dense jungle on the farm of Mr. Josh Kemper on Monday afternoon last. It seems that Colonel Grimes had penetrated the thicket in search of his cows, when the reptile suddenly reared itself from behind a log and made a vicious strike at him, but he saved his hide by a quick jump to one side. The situation was terrifying, for the enraged monster, with its faugs gleaming and with a baleful fire flaming in its eyes, continued to hurl itself toward Mr. primes with strange ferocity. Unarmed and frightened out of his boots at this aggresive horror the Colonel turned and bolted from the spot in a panic with the hideous monster in close pursuit The desperate race thus precipitated was enlivened by numerous noisy clashings and loud yells for help, and for a while the issue was in doubt. It was at this juncture that Mr. Grimes lost his hat. However by fast running and high jumping, he finally managed to elude the serpant and escape from the thicket. It was a close call. He was quite unnerved by the adventure, and even yet there is a frightened look in his eye.. At present . Mr. .primes is going without his usual supply of milk and butter for the reason that his cows are still in the jungle where the snake makes its home. They remain .there almost incessantly these hot days to escape the heat and flies, and Mr. Grimes is still figuring how to get the brutes out without again exposing himself to an attack from the venomous reptile. xxxxxxxoo 000000X0O00X In order to cut down my large stock of Blips, Harness k Wapis you can get some low down prices, for-- a short time. I W. J. Romans, t r s--z - "".- The Central Record to send, them, and the great majority tiation which have been in progress had to be content with what little for a month terminated amicably last learning they could gather in the pub- Saturday by both sides making conincorporated. cessions, the men and the managelic school. $1.00 a yeak. Issued Weekly. nowadays, how posi- ment of the road. How different tive the Drove of the onward march of GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. education. Now we have one of the The dedication of Lincoln Memorial most Commodious buildings in the Hall has been fixed for October 14. Eutercd at tbe Po-- t Olllce In Lancaster, Ky. county converted into a Public School President Taf t has signified his intenMull Mutter. as Secoml-Clasbuilding, a half score or more of effic- tion of being present and it is planned Member Kentucky Press Association ient teachers, who themselves are mak- to have him head a procession of two and ing every effort to keep abreast of the thousand automiblies. times in the matter of education, they Eighth District Publishers League. have their text books and literature to A Costly Blaze. Lancaster, Ky., June 16, 1911. study, the same as the children, they and normal schools attend institutes On Monday the barn of Mr. George and other places where advanced ideas B. Robinson on McGrorty Ave. in DanRates For Political Announcements in regard to teaching are dispensed, in For Precinct and City Ofiiees . . . .$ 5.00 short they themselves are but pupils, ville, and which is used by Mr. Mack Hughes as a home for his good string 10.00 For County Offices constantly studying that they may in of bread winners, was. burned to the For State and District Offices.... 15.00 turn be better equipped for teaching ground. All of Mr. Hughes feed, 10 For Calls, per line the children. training parephernalia and five fine 10 For Cards, per line Of course the taxable property in horses were burned in the barn. Among interFor all publications in the the county is more valuable now than the horses burned was a preston colt est of individuals or expresthen, yields more money for the school, belonging to Carroll Bailey valued at sion of individual views, per the par capita from the state is larger; $300., a Rex Peavine filly belonging to 10 line nor is the state fund and the county or Jake Robinson valued at $500., and a 05 Obituaries, per line district levy the only available fund of nice harness mare the property of Miss the Lancaster Graded School; one of ANNOUNCEMENTS . our noblest citizens, a good and chari- Bettie West of this place valued at 300. table man, who recognized the good Mr. Hughes' individual loss in the Democratic Ticket. this school was doing, died a few vears burning of his saddles, etc amouted to since, leaving no near kin, and after a $200. but he will rebuild it and will be FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. few minor bequests to his nearest rela- seen in the f? ir ring as usual. Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. tives, he wil'ed the remainder of a goodly fortune in trust to this instituA Commendable Work. Tor The Legislature. tion of learning. He even went so far Under the auspices of the Kentucky as to arrange the details as to how We are authorized to announce J. A. this fund was to be handled, it was Association for the Study and Preven Doty as a candidate for the "Legisl- nlaced in the hands of trustees and tion of Tuberculosis, the first instrucature, subject to the actioirof tl e Dem- they have invested it in one of the tion car left Louisville Monday morocratic party. best blue grass farms in Garrard county ning to begin the battle for the exthe income derived therefrom each termination of the White Plague in For The Legislature. year to b turned over to the direct Kentucky. The car was fitted up with trustees of the schools for its use and charts, drowing and different devices We are authorized to announce John for the introduction of pure air into benefit. M.Farra as a candidate for the LegislaThe consequence of this educational the home and for the various means of ture, subject to the action of the Dem- progress .is that we have a school, which combating the dread dlseare. The ccr ocratic party. we think is second to none, one in which is leased for one year by the L & N to a child may be equipped for the ordin- the society and will be transported free For County Judge. ary walks of life, may secure an educa- by the various roads over which it to go out in- travels. The tour is to be an extenWe are authorized to announce Clay- tion that will enable them livelihood at sive one and is calculated to do much ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- to the woi'ld and earn a good. ty Judge of Garrard County subject to almost any calling he may choose. Nor is to The ultimate aim of the Society secure legislation favorable to confined to Garrard is this progress the action of the democratic party. county, Kentucky's educational progress the assistance in exterminating the has been remarkable, her institutions disease. For Sheriff. of learning, private and public, are Lights Next Week. We are authorized to announce C. A. coming to be known the world over; nor or we at a standstill, new plans are Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of The machinery for the light plant Garrard County, subject to the action under consideration and the battle for has arrived and is being installed, and education is to be carried into the most of the Democratic party. Mr. Walker tells us that he hopes to remote of the rural districts, the coun. be able to turn on the lights next week. try school are to be reorganized For Assessor. A new power house has been built, the some districts consolidated in boiler room of brick and the dynamo We are authorized to announce Dave places, divided in others, in short, room of galvanized iron and concrete, C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor every possible thing is being done to nd the dire plant is now fire proof. of Garrard county subject to the ac- - further the causes of education in the The entire line has tion of the democratic party. state, and when the present plans have remodeled and whenbeen gone over and completed we will been executed it is hoped that Ken- have one of the best light plants in the For Sheriff. tucky will rank second to no state in state. Why not take steps to secure the Union in matters of education. an all night service? The past few We are authorized to announce weeks of complete darkness has demAshby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff Does an electric line connecting the of Garrard county, subject to the ac- - large cities with their country neigh-bbr- s onstrated the fact that the old 1 a. m. service is far superior to none all. tion of the democratic party. injure the business in the country but Lancaster is striving to at keep towns? If the thrift and business of abreast of the times in other things, For Magistrate. the city of Shelbyville is any indica- why not in this. An all night light certainly does not. Though service would cost but little more than We. are authorized to announce tion, it only thirty miles from Louisville and the service for which we now contract, John N. White as a candidate for not only by an interurban and it surely seems Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- connected that some steps by two railroads and with should be taken to line, amend the present rard county, subject to the action of trainsbut running every hour in the day contract or get a new one that will the democratic party. between there and Louisville, Shelby- give us lights all night. ville is one of the best business points For Railroad Commissioner. in the state. Her merchants are just Mrs. Carrie Nation Dead. as those of Louisville and as Wm. We are authorized to announce Mrs. Carrie Nation dien last Friday place their wares before the public in F. Klair as a candidate for Railroad just as attractive manner as the mer- June 9th at a sanitarium in LeavenCommissioner of Second district, subLouisville. Last weeks isject to the action of the Democratic chants of Shelby Sentinal contained worth Kansas. Her death was due to sue of the paresis, the result of worry over law party. 16 pages and the number of page ads suits which she instituted against a that was taken up by the merchants lecture bureau for alleged failure to For County Judge. was an indication of their thrift. These pay her salary. Mrs. Nation was born in Woodford We are authorized to announce people are keeping abreast of the times, instead of complaining of the county Kentucky in 184G. she was a James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, sub march of progress, they are keeping up half sister of Mr. Thomas Moore, who ject to the action of the Democratic with it, are setting forth the virtue of until recently was a resident of Garthoir own waies instead of bemoaning rard county, living at the famous party. the close proximity that is given them "Camp Dick Robinson" farm near to larger markets by the introduction where Mrs. Nation frequentEvolution Of The Public School. of the improvements of the day into ly visited him. The remains were taken to Kansas But a casual glance at our splendid their locality. The result is that their Building and business is kept at home, and by keep- City Mo. where she had a nephew, and Lancaster Graded School a slight inquiry as to the work done ing the proper class of goods and jud- were there laid to rest on last Sunday. within its walls serves to bring fore; iciously advertising them they render Mrs. Nation attracted world wide atbly to the mind of any old inhabitantof it unnecessary and inadvisable for their tention a few years ago by her proclivLancaster the remarkable progress citizens to seek a foreign market in ities for smashing saloons, a hatchet being her weapon. In her eai-llife made along educational lines within order to satisfy their wants. she married a man addicted to the use the past twenty five years ago. We have the pleasure of knowing of intoxicants, which created in her Some there are who will tell you that personally, Prof. Barksdale Hamlett, an intense aversion to the saloon. the present building is not adapted to school purposes, and perhaps they are who is a candidate for Supt. of Public When he died she determined to deright, but what would these people Instructions. We know him to be a vote her life to the suppression of the have said twenty five years ago when good clean gentleman and a noted ed- liquor traffic. Later she moved to the public school in Lancaster was con ucator. If he is elected to this very Kansas and married Dayid Nation who ducted in one room, and that a rented important office we afe sure that the sympathized with her principles. Mrs. Nation's first saloon smashing democrats of Kentucky will be justly one. proud of him and will feel that they was done in the barroom of the Cai'ey Had Lancaster made as rapid strides in other directions as along educational have done a good turn for democracy. Hotel in Wichita, December 27, 1900. lines in the last quarter of a century, In this weeks paper will be found a She was arrested and remained in jail she would have now been a city of 5,000 three column item regarding his candi- several days before she was released dacy and the good work" which he has on bond. inhabitants. On January 21, 1901, armed with well remember when the done. He has made a good impression We can Mrs. Nation public scnooi was conuuetea in a room all over the state, having made a per- her favorite hatchet, Many of made another raid in Wichita. This where-eve- r one could be rented, until sonal trip to every county. finally a building was erected on the the democrats had the pleasure to meet time she smashed two saloons. During the next three months Mrs. banks of what was then known as him during his short stay in Lancaster ago, and we have heard Nation surprised the saloonkeepers in "Dunlap s pond. " Most of the time some time there was but one teacher, sometimes naught against him, every one feeling various Kansas towns, appearing unas assistant, but the public money in that he is the right man in the right heralded and leaving a trail of ruined barroom fixtures wherever she went. those days was inadequate to pay even place. Many saloonkeepers became terror first" class educator a living price one The people of Nicholasville and Jes- striken when the militant prohibition Over a hundred pupils for his labors. neighborhood, locked would be gathered together in this samine county are willing and anxious advocated in their places and fled before the hatchet with the people of this their small room, and as a matter of course to the teacher was unable to devote county in securing the extension of could get into action. Remarkably few saloon men used enough atteation to his classes to in- the electric line from Nicholasville on violence in restricting Mrs. Nation, alsure any thing like the benefit which to Lancaster. We will be glad of their assistance though she was assaulted and badly the pupils now receive in school. In and will certainly do hurt while wrecking a bar at Enterand those days a pupil must have a strong schooling all in our power to assist in having the prise, Kan. By this time the State of desire for learning, if their Kansas was in a ferment. Aroused by was to be of any benefit to them, for road take the route indicated. the spirit of the dauntless woman from intrusted with the one teacher was The U. S. Monday night adopted the Kentucky, the people began to demand hearing of all the lessons from the SmashClass" in the early morning to resolution amending the Constitution that all the saloons be closed. ing parties were organized all over the the "Ray's third part" at letting out to provide for election of Senators py diThe saloon power was being time in the afternoon, and he had but rect popular vote by 64 to 24.The Bris-to- State wrecked. As a result of the agitation amendment giving to the Federal very little time to devote to the drones, by the Legislature they failed to come up with their Government superision of such elections, bills were passed if Vice Presi which strengthened the State prohibit lessons the result was usually a whip- was adopted, 44 to 44, the tory law. ping or "staying in", more frequently dent casting the deciding ballot. Erratic as her life has been, Mrs. the former. college in those 'The threatened strike of firemen on Nation was responsible for the great-th-e Fewer pupils went to Southern has been averted. Nego- - est prohibition awakening in Kansas. days than now, parents were not able s te Bry-antsvil- le, y te Qlearance J U n e June to July 17th tmaSS5Z3i-3&2SE3 1st. Sale Beginning Saturday, June 17th, and continuing until July 1st, we will offer everything in our entire stock, except a few restricted price articles, at very decided reductions from lowest regular . prices. This is not a sale of just a few selected articles, but pick and choice of Merchandise through our various departments at lower prices than ever quoted in any previous Clearance Sale, as our stock is entirely too large and we intend reducing it to the mini mum by July 1st. Sale will continue full two weeks, so that all our trade may have an opportunity to attend. on No Goods Laid Aside or out-of-to- wn Sent Approval Wash Goods. Apron Ginghams. 5c Choice of all 7 9c All Bates, Seersucker and A. F. C Dress Ginghams. 9c Choice of all 12l-2- c Printed Lawns and Batistes. 12 Choice of all 18c Vrinted Flaxons and Irish Linette. 14c Choice of all 18c Galtea Clothes. ISc Choice of all 25c Zephyr Ginghams and Egyptian Tisl-- 2c l-- 2c en o w sues. 9c For Fine Quality Madras Shirting. All White Goods reduced. We can mention only a few items. 10c For 45 inches Sheer Persian Lawn never sold i der IOC U a -3 We have exactly 150 skirts in stock. All in latest styles of Voiles. Panamas a"d fancy mixtures, all offered at sweeping reductions. $2.95 .For all Wool Panama Skirts. 3.75 Panamas and Mixtures were $0.50 $5.90 Trimmed Voils were $8.50 Dress Skirts. White Goods. in 3 3 Shirtwaists. 85c Choice of Waists selling at $1 98c Choice of Waists selling at $1.25. $1.20 Choice of Waists selling at $1.50. o o u r3 CJ to to a 03 a fa "3 to s t Silks. Every piece of silk in our immense stock at substantial) re duction for this sale. 29c Seco Foulards selling up to 19c. 39c All Silk Foulards selling at 59c. 49c All Foulards sell at 59c 69c Cheney Bros. $1.00 Foulards. 39c Silk Poplins, all colors, from 59c. 49c Satin Messalines, all colors, from G9c. 85c Black Messaline, yard wide. $1 25. lf'c Sheer Checked Muslins and Pajama Cloths, 12 l-- 2c v h 15c. c - 3 CS EC 3 Plain 36 inch Flaxon, looks like linen, v.. us hetter. Sheets and Cottons. During this sale we will offer special reductions on all kinds of Domestics, Sheets, Fillow Cases and goods by the yard. 8c For Hope Bleached Muslin. 12 Extra Good Pillow Cases. 69c Fine Quality Sheets 81x91. l-- 2c to 3 3 03 z O I U5 M m 3 u 3 Tailored Suits. All Tailored Suits at half price. $7 50 Any Wool Suit that was $15. $10 Any Wool Suit that vas S20. $12.50 Any Wool Suit that was $25.00 $2.95 Any Linen Suit up to $7.59 $5 Any Linen Suit up to $10 "5 a o 3. 3 O a CO Underwear. 7 & a w a 33 03 Ladies Summer Vests, taped neck and arms, our best 10c vest. 12 Ladies Summer Vests, in three splendid styles, value l-- 2c 1- -2 T3 CJ CI Silk Dresses. $7.50 Choice of all $15 Silk Dresses. $10 Choice of all $20 Silk Dresses. $15 Choice of all 29 Silk Dresses. All thin White Dresses, Gingham and Lawn Dresses, Kim- onas and Silk Petticoats at very decided reductions for 3 3 Z 03 20c. All our Gauze Vests and Union Suits, also all Muslin Underwear in Gowns, Drawers, Skirts, etc., at reduced prices. Hosiery and Gloves. All Hosiery and Gloves of every kind at reduced prices. Z w o Corsets. Every corset in our stock reduced, including such celebrated makes as Nemo, Bon Ton and Thompson's Glove this sale. m 6o. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Killed By Lightning. About six o'clock Wednesday evening Mr. John Montgomery, age about thirty years, was struck by lightning near his home at Bryantsville and was instantly killed. Mr. Montgomery was a son of Mr. D. M. Montgomery a prominent farmer of that section. Young Mr. Montgomery was a clever gentleman and was liked by every one who knew him. Much sympathy is extended to the family. For County Judge. In this issue we announce the candidacy of James A. Beazley for County Judge. He i3 well known as a moral, honest and capable man, and he will have a strong following. His splendid service, as Chief of Police of the city of Lancaster, in the suppression of the illicit sale of liquor, made him many friends. His supporters claim that he abhors corruption in any form; that he is iree irom any clique; mat ne win To The guarde and protect the interests of all the people, ignoring the plans and schemes of those who seek special favors and priviliges; and that his administration would be effective in pro- lSt WW FARMERS Save yourself from heavy lifting by using a FOLDINGJSWEEP NOTICE. People Of Lancaster And rard Co. Gar-- a great Labor Saver. Let us show you the Doin Swinging Hay StackerWolter A. Wood ond Dain Mowers. moting the general welfare. Read This. J. J. Pursley's Creme Soap. First Its Snow white the emblem of Standard Binder Twine 8c per lb Call and see us. Work Will Soon Start. purity. you take Dr. King's New Life after Its absolutely pure once tried always Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their used. fine results. 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Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. I M W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. W. 0. Ricney, Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. Prompt Attention. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. A Check on The Garrard Bank Trust Co., & is a check on your pay- ments. tVhen it comes back to you it is an receipt for your money. Payment by check is a check on spending, to. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. Lancaster Colored Fair AUGUST 11th and 12th, George Moran, Pres. 1911. James B. Williams, Sec. Lancaster, Kentucky. SPECiAL EXCURSION .- -.' CINCINNATI AND RETU Sunday, June 18th $1.30 Trip Round si. so Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m, ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Since its foun- superinlondency of the Hopkinsville HAMLETT public schools. The Man For the Place. Editor T. C. Underwood, presiEDUCATOR CANDIDATE FOR SU- - dent of the Kentucky I'io's asssocia-tioPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC in the Hopkinsville JJews Era: "The Democratic party could look INSTRUCTION. long and hard without finding a worthier or more competent candiDemocratic Party Will Demand as Its date for the important office of state Candidate a Man Who Is a Pracsuperintendent of schools. Mr. llain-le- tt tical and Experienced is a man who has always "made Educator. good,' and his career has been a lesson of energy, perseverance and honor. The state has no more enthusiThe first law of a democracy is astic and efiVethe an advocate of the equalization of opportunity, education, nor the Democratic part' which means the equitable distribu- a more loyal supporter." tion of intelligence. through an adeA Builder of Schools. quate provision of educational equipIn another issue he has this to ment. There can appear no virtue in the sav : '"When Prof. Hamlett came to cry of a "Square Deal" so long as there exists a monopoly of intelli- Hopkiiitville, from Henderson, six gence, in a state where society is years ago, as superintendent of the composed of individuals equally en- public schools, there ver. but two dowed lnT nature, yet to the .great buildings. With the completion this masses of whom all the light ot hu- year of the high school buildings, her- there will be six, at a cot of $200,-00man achievement and the and the faculty of twenty-thre- e itage of truth arc denied. Through a permanently organized teachers has been increased to foily-siHe is an orator of campaign for educational improveafter-dinnment, readjusted ideals must dc con- ability and in demand as an " " lie is a popspeaker verted into practical realities. Thus will the latent energies of society he ular member of tho Elks, W. O. W. set free and opportunity will indeed and other fraternal organizations. knock at the door of ever' home in Prof. Hamlet is also superintendent of the First Baptist church Kentucky. one of the lamest in the His Platform. state." I stand specifically for: A school A Leader in Progressive Movement. free and accessible to every child in Prof. Hamlett, though only thirty-every rural district in Kentucky. two years of age, has had thirteen years of successful experience as a ! teacher, rising by rapid promotions from teacher of a small count' school at .$30 a month to the splendid position he now holds at the head of the Hopkinsville school system, with more than 2.500 pupils and 10 teachers under his superintendeney. Under his direction the ehools have been improved from year to year, until they are more than ever the pride of one of the most progressive cities of the state. A clean, young and progressive teacher, who has all the elements of success in his make-u- p he is a man in every way capable of making an officer of whom the whole state would justly be n reiki. A leader in every progressive movement, Uarksdale Hamlett will help to redeem Kentucky in 1011, and will bo the next superintendent of ubhc instruction. (Mayor Chas. if. Meacham in the Hopkinsville Kcntuckian. Master of School Problems. From study and experience, he is master of the school problems of Kentucky and is particularly interBARKSDALE HAMLETT. ested in the improvcim nl of the The improvement, sanitation and common schools. The Xews knows equipment of our rural schools, in no Democrat so thoroughly equipaccordance with the best modern ped at all points to make an ideal standards. state superintendent, to advance the Minimum seven months terms in school interests proper of Kentucky, ever district. as Prof. Hamlett, and we would like A rational and effective compul- to see him given the nomination sory attendance. without opposition. ( Elizabethtown Practical course of study; agricul- Xews.) tural and the domestic and mechanFriend to the Rural Schools. ical arts and sciences. Prof. Hamlett is a strong, intelliGood roads and consolidation gent friend to the caue of education where practical. and believes in a square deal from Teachers of scholarship, character the smallest district to the most inand personality. telligent citv in the coimrrv. He is County high schools, accessibly lo- certainly a friend to the common cated in every count'. schools, believes in seven month' Improved facilities for the county terms, good roads and improved fa- -, superintendent's office. cilities for our schools in cery Liberal enlargement and mainte(May field Messenger. ) nance of our normal schools and Strong Acquisition to the State Ticket. state university as component parts Prof. Hamlet is in the foremost of our public school system. rank of Kentucky's educators and is Readjustment of our system of in every way thoroughly qualified finance to effect larger results on a for the honor he seeks. We predict more economic "basis. a successful candidacy for .him and Personal leadership in the field on believe he will be a strong acquisitho part of the state superintend- tion to the next tate ticket. (Madisonville Journal.) ent. BABBLE n, gy, his wonderful brain power are wrapped in this, the greatest work to be done in Kentucky. Though yet young, ho is undoubtedly the best equipped man for this office the state has ever produced." Determination and Success in His Face A 'young man who seems to have an ambition to accomplish something worth while in the educational field, and judging from that determined expression in his frank open countenance, he is going to succeed in the undertaking. (Daily Bulletin, Maysville.) A Worthy and Competent Leader. His work at Hopkinsville is a monument lo his ability as a school woiker and organizer. He is abundantly qualified for the high office which se seeks, and his broad platform embraces the very best in educational endeavor. He is a worthy man in every respect, having worked himself up from a poor boy. Al ready he has pledget! to mm aImost the solid vole of the teacher? of alic state, and all interested in the improvement and advancement of Kentucky's educational facilities, see in him a worthy and competent leader for the accomplishment of those ( ILu tford Herald.) things. Successful in Great Undertakings. is eminent:- - qualified for the position which he seeks, and his record as an educator has been one of uninterrupted success. It is due l him that the hamNr.iiit new Christian county and Hopkinsville high school is now a ernianent reality, having been erected under the Sullivan law, at a cost of $10.0,000. 0, x. er Snn-dav-schc- ol, lie (The Xews-Democr- at. Paducah.) Right Man in the Right Place. We believe as state superintendent of public instruction, he would be the right man in the rinht place. (Calloway County Gazette.) Mr. Hamlett believe in the equalization of opportunities, and his greatest wish in his work is to make opportunity knock at the homo of every school child in Kentucky. Wt like Mr. Hamlett, and unlike mo-- t politicians he impnncs on acquaintance. In fact, he i not a politician, he is a school man who is well equipped for the office. (The Breckinridge Xews, Cloverport.) Making a Fine Race. He is a man of infinite ability and capacity and stands upon a platform that neither trims nor tergi crates: that begs no question nor evades a single issue. Mr. Hamlett, a man ol individuality and ability, an educatoi and orator, is conceded to be the 11-sp- dation, it has been the policy of this Company to embody in the "V in perfected form, the best typewriter ideas by whomsoever advanced. For our latest manifestation of thi9 policy, inspect the new R emin gton Visible Writing Remingtons Nos. 10 and-11 at End of Effort. of this sketch is a The subject man of strong individualit', keen mentality, and a broad humanitarian spirit, whose interest in his felloe men is sincere, while his work is always actuated by a desire to adeducation. vance the cause of He worked in the tobacco patch for the means with which to educate himself, and succeeded to the extent that he was graduated College of from the Hamden-Sidne- y Virginia, with the Orator's medal of his class, at the age of "nineteen. ( From E. Polk Johnson's History of Kentucky, in publication.) Success Comes Only -- Solid Backing of Home People. which embody every desirable feature extant PLUS an Adding and Subtracting Mechanism, which constitutes an innovation. The voice that cried in the wilderness 30 yeare ago: "You cannot afford to write in the old way," now acclaims with equal convic-'tio"You cannot afford to calculate in the old way." Remington Typewriter Company - Hamlett stands at the very top among the educators of our state. His friends predict with all candor that he will go into the fight with the solid backing not only of his home county, but the entire second (Daily district. congressional Leader, Fulton. An Ideal Superintendent. Barksdale Hamlett, of Hopkinsville, is the most advanced, intelligent and capable man in the state for superintendent of public insfciuc-tio- n. He knows the needs of the state in all educational matters and would make an ideal state superintendent of public instruction. (IL Endorsed by Educators and Press. A. Summers in The Elizabethtown of the Kentucky Xews.) An Prof. Hamlett possesses all the Educational association, one of its qualifications to make the state an live original incorporators, and up .) (Cadiz to the present time a member of its ideal superintendent board of directors. An The Man of the Hour. of the Fourth Congressional District board examassociation; an As he is seen by the Ballard Couniner. Began his career as teacher in ty Yeoman : L"nnland Aeadenvr, Hardin county, tcTha most casual reader can sco taught in the rural district and nor- in him the man of the hour, the mal schools, Larue county ; principal man in whom all people of all parof the graded schools of Corydon, ties can "graciously unite and work and principal of the Henderson high for. His whole life, his every ener school, from which he came to the IMfc-ordex-sta- te n: Paper Cleaning. Strawberry Plants, Don't Repaper this BEST MATERIAL. Asparagus, ries, Raspberries, season. Have your Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. Paper Cleaned. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Phonex340. (Incorporated) . Louisville, Kentucky. J. J. Faulkner. Lancaster,-Ky- . tiful morning, a stiff breeze right in of all kinds and of the our face, nearly everyone ready for few still sea sick. Mrs. Blacker- - breakfast, a complains o f her head McKechnie Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed swimming, I console her by telling her if her head did not swim she would A representative of our Company sure drown as there is so much water will be at the Kengarlan Hotel in LanWrite for free Catalogue. No Agts. around, fog rising again and the fog caster, every county court day. horn sounding, as we do not want to H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. run into anyone and hurt them. Will HARRIS & WHEELER,have religious, services in the saloon Lexington, Kentucky. KENTUCKY. NICHOLASVILLE, Monuments - logical man for the place and is endorsed by leading educators and the piess. Prof. Hamlett is out for the Democratic nomination and is mak- in eainass: he standi for progression and has the unqualified endorsement of his home people. of water. He has the credentials of a sturdy Thursday May 25th, (noon) we have Democrat and bears the highest traveled 570 miles since noon yesterqualifications of an ideal superinday, beautiful weather with smooth tendent. sea. Mrs. McKechnie feeling dizzy, Eminently qualified for the posi- did not eat any dinneror supper. I am tion sought, we believe him to be feeling good, there are several that 'the man" for superintendent of our did not report at supper. Had some state schools. fine music by the Ship orchestra. 7 p Prof. Hamlett is a strong friend m. the sea is getting a little rough, one to the cause of advanced education fourth of the chairs are vacant in the and believes in a square deal from dining room at supper time in the secthe smallest district to the most pro- ond cabin, this is the cabin we are gressive city in the country. He is traveling in. Mrs. McKechnie still ab a friend to the common schools oi sent from the table, she says she does the state, is a clean, sound and not know what would make anyone energetic teacher, who has all the sick, everything being so good and elements of success in his make-u- p line. Concert in library at 8 p. m. and is a man in every way capable oi 'till 10 p. m., Scotch and Irish songs making an officer of whom the whole interspersed with recitations and speeches. state would be justly proud. It is hoped that Mr. Hamlett will Friday morning, May 26th, very foghave no opposition'before the Dem- gy until noon, blowing the fog whistle ocratic primary, for he is so thor- every two minutes fog lifted or cleared oughly Democratic and clean in his away about noon, sea calm, weather views, so well equipped from all all that could be desired, one fourth of angles, that antagonism would be al- chairs vacant at dinner time, Mrs. most unjustifiable. McKechnie one of the absentees, alMr. Hamlett has given a good ac- though she is improving and promises count of himself, and his work at to be on hands for supper. 6 p. m. a Hopkinsville is a monument to his reunited family, Mrs. McKechnie on ability as a school worker and or- hands and ate heartily. 8 p. m. .the ganizer. He has made more than Orchestra and some of the passengers good there and can make good at the practising for a concert to be held Sathead of Kentucky's school affairs. Ii urday night, the proceeds to go to the you want to know what Barksdale Sailors widows and orphan's home in Hamlett stands for, just follow care- England and America. Have not fully the creed of the man as pro- sighted only three vessels since leavmulgated by himself. (Henderson ing New York. Saturday morning May 27th. BeauJournal.) tiful morning, a nice calm sea, runIn the Lead. ning, a little head wind blowing, soundBarksdale Hamlett, of Hopkinsfog horn, not much sea sickville, continues in the lead for the ing the ness on board now. Mrs. McKechnie Democratic nomination for Superinwell this morning. At noon we tendent of Schools. His superior not so had run 5S6 miles in 23 hours, as we qualifications for the office give him over half way across the pond we a decided advantage over both his are are looking for the other shore. opponents, who are not active school men. The people of .the State arc Saturday night, May 27th. Ship awakening to the fact that to elect running very nice and making good disa lawyer to the agricultural depart- headway, we saw a vessel in the tance a while ago she was what they ment or a farmer to the superinten deney of schools would be sheer folly, call an oil steamer, I suppose the propOil Co. A conand they are lining up m tins sec- erty of the Standard cert in dining room of second class tion at least for Mr. Hamlett mainly 10:45 p. m. conbecause he is an eminent, active edu cabin from 8:30 till sisting of speeches, Irish and Scotch cator and has made a success in his passengers chosen line of work. The Somerset songs, just the talent of discredit to Lanbut would not be a Journal. caster or any other large city.-- The benediction Auld Lang Zyne, sung by cabin at 10:30 so you will see that they do not neglect to be humble to the One The following interesting communi- who takes care of them on the Deep. cation written aboard the steamship 11:30 a. m. services over, standing "Mauratania" is from the hand of room all that was to be had when we "Squire James McKechnie, who with got there. I often wondered what his wife are on an extended visit to would induce the brethren at Hubble, Bonnie Scotland, the native heath of Ky., to attend church. I believe I the popular Lincoln county Magistrate. have found in it, just get The letter is descriptive of an ocean ' mid ocean and report a storm coming journey on one of the modern ocean and they would realize that the Al grey honnds and will prove interesting mighty has them in the hollow of his to the many friends of the writer. hand and they would go, rain or shine, From a hay seed who is out for his health, to his many friends, and to the hot or cold, they would not stay at home even to haul fodder. This is the readers of the Central Record. first religious service I have ever atVrednesday May 21th left New York tended that I had to stand up all the at 9:30 a. m., got breakfast on board time of meeting. We had a nice sership got the privilege of getting on vice, conducted under the English Presship last night hence no worrying this byterian dispensation, the minister morning when everything was hustle. read it all, and sometimes the congreOur family is a large one, over three gation read in concert, so you will see thousand souls on board, men, women that a good reader would be a good and children. It takes 850 hands to preacher if he would just turn to the run this ship, this looks big, you will right page and keep it, he prayed for all say, well it is big, it is a big ship. King George, of England, and our Hon. There are 240 men who do nothing only Wm. H. Taf t and left the other Kings shovel coal and there are 32 men who and Presidents out. do nothing but run the engines. The Dinner is announced and on entering passengers consist of every nationality. the dining room the first thing that We all seem like kin folks, we put our caught our eye was the racks on the trust in the Lord and love our enemies tables to keep the dishes from sliding if we have any, when there is nothing off as a wireless telegram from the in sight only the sky and water, it is coast of Ireland predicts a squal at 4 inclined to make us all feel like broth- p. m., however we have not met it. ers. The first day is over and has been neither has it hit us, but of course we a rough wet day, although no storm, no have our weather eye open. one sea sick yet as far as 1 know, I 8:30 p. m. Concert of sacred music. I have not seen anything along this It was a harmonious meeting and closed highway that looks like it did 44 years by singing "God be witn us 'till we ago when I last traveled it, while seek- meet again" which was very impressive ing my fortune in a free country, only because we will never meet again, as the old Atlantic she is just the same, every nation almost is represented and but so far she has learned to behave will be scattered to every part of the herself. compas tomorrow. Thursday morning May 26th. I was Monday morning May 29th. Weathdisturbed just now while writing home er beautiful, sea almost as calm as a by a newsboy who is selling the Cun-ar- d fish pond, every body seems well and Bulletin, a paper published on happy as we have been notified to have board the ship, I bought one as I con- all heavy baggage ready to go ashore sider it just as essential as it is for a by 11 a. m. today, this will be the first citizen of Lancsster to subscribe for landing, as passengers get off at d the Record for that is the way to keep for London England, then 5 posted. hours more sailing takes us to LiverWe, my wife and self, are just de- pool England, where we disembark lighted with our ship, it is just im- and take train for Edinburg Scotland mense, a veritable floating palace. In and I will try and blow my horn again speaking of our large family I neglect- on arrival there. ed saying there are only three colored Tuesday morning May30th, 1911. Just people in the crowd so you see it is not got landed in Liverpool England safe like an excursion from Lancaster to at 8:30 a. m. Cincinnati with the colored people. Respectfully Yours, We are running about 28 miles an James McKechnie. hour, this is pretty good average speed for a rail road train. Just think of it, REPORT OF THE CONDITION have already gained 40 minntes in time since leaving New York and ere we OF THE reach Liverpool England will have gained 3 hours and 20 minutes. This is a beautiful day I am trying to write a few lines to the Lancaster Record and its many readers who are our friends to let them know that we have not forgotten them. I am doing this OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT writing in the library and writing room of this magnificent ship where paper Close of Business June 7th, 191 1. pens and ink are furnished free. Mrs. RESOURCES. McKechnie is doing her morning work, Loans and $172,702 SS she is not feeding the ducks however, Overdrafts, discounts secured and unsecured.. 3,151 12 though it looks like it would be a good U. S Bonds to secure circulation. . . . 50.000 00 Banking-housfurniture and fixtures place for them as there is no scarcity One from National Banks (not Re- 6.000 00 Written On The Deep. I themut Fish-gran- Citizens National Bank e, . serve Ageuts) 771 15 Dnc from State and I'm ate Banks and Rankers. Trust Companies ami Savings Banks 270 ( Due from approved reserve agents... 1S.4; iv Checks and other cash items 15 Jo Notesof other National Banks "10 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels 1D5 2U and cents Liwfcl Money Reshve Is Bixk. viz: Specie jihi; t 4 1O0 no r 00 notes Legal-tende- .... Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation)... 13.0M 00 2.500 00 07 00 00 SO Total LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In $50,000 Surplus fund 30.000 Undivided profits, less expenses and " . 0.910 taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding 49.300 One to other National Bancs 314 Due to State and Private Banks and 129 Bankers Individual deposits subject to check. 12t5.73iS . 80 Certified Checks Reserxed for Taxes 1.4'5 , JJ7,9Jts Total 00 51 47 o 00 20 07 I. W. F. Champ. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and V. F. Champ. Cashier. belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this ith, day of June 1911. S. C. Denny, Notary Public. Commission Expires January 25, 112. Correct Attest: ALEX filBBS, State of Kentucky. County of Garrard, ss: J. S. Johnson. B. F. Hupuon. Directors. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHE NATIONAL CNo.1403.) OF LANCASTER. BANK, KY..AT The Close of Business June 7, 1911 RESOURCES. Jim,9S4 Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured... 1.3V2 50.000 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 20.0"0 Bonds securities, etc Buukmir-uousfurniture and fixtures 7,000 Dae from National Banks (.sot reserve C agents) Dnefrom approved reserve agents.... 11,285 23 Checks and other cash items... .. .. 1,'Jin Votes of other National Banks 25 paper cnrrency.nlckels.cts Fractional Lawful Mo.sey Reserve In Bank. e. 33 15 00 00 CO 45 4 6S 00 W Specie Legal-tend- viz: notes $ 8.767 50 5,4W) 00 12467 50 2,500 00 252,63l IS Due from U. S. Treasurer Total Fruit and Shade Trees all. Sunday morning, May 26th. Beau- LIABILITIES $ 50,000 00 Capita stock paid iu 25.000 00 Snrpiusfuud... Undivided profits. less expenses and 6.552 52 taxes paid National Bank Notes Outstanding... 49.100 00 MW Due to Other National Banks Due to State and Private Banks and 875 13 Bankers Individual deposits subject to check. 118,fca 44 25 Co Certified checks... 1,401 11 Reserved for Taxes... Total 252.631 18 StateofKentucky.CountyofGakrabd.ss: Correct Attest: I, 8. C. Denny, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge S.C.Denny, and belief. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th W. O. Rlgney. day ol June 1911. Notary Public. My Commission expires Feb 17, 1914... J. L. Gill. A. R. Denny. ) 1 A. C. Robinson. Directors. vV. & r r . OUTSI Watchin RHEUMATISM Cured by the Marvel of the Century, B. B.-Tested S B, for 3Q Years. Aching bones, swollen joints perma nently cured through the blood with pure Botanical ingredients. To prove it we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE. James Suffers in Comparison with Faynter as Bis If you have bone prans, sciatic or shooting pains up and down the leg, aching back or shoulder blades, swolNewspapers View the Two Candidates. len joints or swollen muscles, difficulty in moving around so you have to use crutches; blood thin or skin pale; skin Frankfort, Ky., June 6. -- The big f tion of this amendment is regarded as newspapers of the county are watch- of great importance, because it is a itches or burns; shifting pains; bad ing with a good deal of interest the step toward restoring to the states the breath: lumbago, gout, take Botanic fight being waged in Kentucky be- right and control of matters which Blood Balm (B. B. B.) which will retween United States Senator Thos. If. have been claimed by the Democrats move every symptom, because B. B. Paynter and Congressman Ollie James to be the rights of the states under the B. sends a rich, tingling flood of warm for the seat in the Senate now so cap- Constitution. Heretofore efforts to rich pure blood direct to the paralized ably occupied by the first named, and modify Federal laws so as to give state nerves, bones and joints, giving their comment on the methods of Mr. courts jurisdiction of matters arising warmth and strength just where it i3 James in his campaign should be of under acts of Congress and to change needed, and in this way making a perto the Democratic voters as giv- the law as to removal of actions from fect, lasting cure of Rheumatism in all ing them an insight into what the peo- State to Federal courts have been its forms. B. B. B. has made thousands of cures of rheumatism ple of other states think of the man ineffectual. " Senator Paynter 's other medicines, liniments andafter all doctors and the character of contest he is wag- work in securing this amendment, Senhave failed to help or cure. Druggists ing, as well as giving their opinions of ator Hale, long a leader in the apper Paynter as a statesman and member of branch of Comrress. said: "This is n or by express, 1.00 per large bottle, with directions for home cure. Sample the Senate. noteworthy advance in the direction of sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., In a recent comment, Leslie's Week- maintaining the constantly dwindling Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble ly said of James: "It is too bad that force of State jurisdiction and State and free medical advice given. Sold we have so many of the Ollie James control, I congratulate the Senate upon bv F. P. Frisbie. type in our legislative bodies who having taken the first step in the right think there is nothing in the world for direction." UUtiNA VihTA a public man to do but to seek to gain John Callan 0'Lr.uhglin, one of the Mr. Victor Lear was here Monday political advantage, to capture votes brightest and best known newspaper men at the National Capital, recently receiving lambs, price 5 and 6c. and to attract attention." The Chicago Inten-Oceadiscussing reviewed Senator Paynter's brief The C. E. will give a social Friday the Lorimer case, says: "'That Sena- career in the Senate. At one point he evening at the home of Florence tor Paynter should appeal to his col- wrote: leagues to act as judges, consideiing "When Paynter arrived in Washing Miss Grace Ison is spending a part the law and the facts only, and disre- ton he quickly made himself felt in the of her vacation at her grand fathers . i garding alike the clamors of faction o..nj r iiiiumuur anui was given an near here. and the menaces of power, is . entirely honor extended to few new Senators, Geo. Ruble spent last week in Ohio. natural when we remember the life being placed upon the important Jud- He was accompanied by his little son and character of the man." iciary Committee. The Senator has Master Clint. A Washington dispatch to the Cin- been active in connection with the Mr and Mrs. Logan Duncan attended cinnati Enquirer, at the time the "long tariff, the railroad rate, the postal savchurch here Sunday and visited his and short haul" railroad proposition ings and the Federal Incorporation bill. was before the United States Senate. He strongly advocated lower duties on brother and sister. Mrs. Maria Lane, who was ill at her a year ago, read "Senator Aldiich all materials used by the nress insist was completely routed upon the long ing it was important to the Nation that grand daughters was able to be moved and short haul proposition in the open independent newspapers should flourish. to her daughter's Sunday. Senate this afternoon. By a vote of He also has shown a marked know- - Mrs. Cheek, of Danville, accompa57 to 10 the Paynter amendment, de- ledge of international as well as ordi- - nied her husband, who preached at the claring it unlawful for a railroad to uaij raw. in snort, ne is regarded as Presbyterian chtfrch here Sunday. charge more for a short than for a a valuable addition to the United Harvest will begin in this section longer haul was adopted." This is the States Senate. the latter part of the week. The hail same Mr. Aldrich with whom ConThe foregoing gives in brief fashion, of week before last destroyed some gressman James would have Ken- the opinion from outside Kentucky of crops. tucky Democrats believe Senator Senator Paynter's worth as a member The contract for papering Brown's Paynter is in league. of the Federal Senate from Kentucky Chapel has been given to George God Another Washington dispatch, this showing that, from the first, he has bey and it is hope the church will be time to the Louisville Courier Journal, taken front rank among the leaders of jady by r quarterly meeting Sunday. relative to the Employers Liability thought in the Nation, and is y in Mr, Atwood Proctor, of Mercer, Amendment, introduced by Senator position where he can accomplish much Paynter, which provides that no case if retained in his position, not only of brother of Mrs. Will Scott, had his ai'ising under this act and brought in benefit to the State and Nation but add collar bone broken and sustained other injuries an' state court of competent jurisdic- to the lustre of Kentucky, which has on him. last week by his horse falling tion shall be moved to any court of furnished many of the country's greatMr. Frank Bogie, wife and son, Mr. the United States, says: "The adop- - est statesmen. N. H. Bogie and wife and Mrs. Frank Van Arsdall aM of Fayette county, are expected this week to visit at PERFECT CONFIDENCE 3It. JEcliron Mrs. Elizabeth Ison's. I Toe Senatorial Figiit, 9 1 J ei 3 glgl a -- 1 IF ill 8 ir-ter- est We are overstocked on Dining Room, Bed Room, Drawing Room and Library Furniture made by Berkey & Gay, Nelson Matter, Royal Furniture Co., Phoenix Furniture Co., Grand Rapids Furni- ture Co., Gentury Furniture Co., and a number of other factories of like importance. A quick stock reduction has been ordered and prices are heavily reduced. n, Chris-tophe- x. oi.-iiui.- ftbso UtG 61 earance of PonIi and Lawn Furni- lire, Hammocks, and Dorai Hammocks. GO-CAR- TS AND REFRIGERATORS. A ,. "Nothing carried over" is lh" ..olicy of this store, so we haven't waited till the tag end of the season to reduce prices. ;ndid showing and remarkable values characterize this sale. COME TO LEXINGTON. I Co. Main at Broadway. I&35 K 31 to-da- Lexington, Ky. ?rereWrere;K553;fi5fi3ftl Lancaster People Have Good Reason fc Complete Reliance. Mrs. Lucy sick list. Montgomery is on the feMfclft It Q fh ' Zi3S A Charming Woman. a Jps-W&sk- f Do you know how To find quick relief from backache; Mr. Mariam Montgomery sold a nice To correct distressing urinary ills; bunch of hogs last week at 5i cents per pound. To assist sick kidneys? Mrs. William Holtzclaw of LexingThere's one way your neighbors ton spent last week with relatives in know-H- ave this community. used Doan's Kidney Pills; Mr. J. E. Sherrow was iinfnrrnnnt.. Have proved their worth in many enough to sprain his ankle last week tests. but is imp.oving. Here's Lancaster testimony. Mr. J. E. Sherrow sold to Mr. J. D. George Wright, Stanford St., Lan- Pope a bunch of cattle for July delivcaster, Ky., says: "I have never ery at 4 cents per pound. known of a better kidney remedy than Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Montgomery and Doan's Kidney Pills. Last fall my children of Lexington were with relaback ached a great deal and my kidneys were badly disordered, the kidney tives here a part of last week. Miss May Scott who has been teachsecretions being scanty and painful in passage. I fortunately had Doan's ing in the Graded School at Nicholas-vill- e is home to spend vacation. Kidney Pills brought to my attention and getting a box at Frisbie's Drug Mrs. Marcee who has been confined Store, I began their use. They reliev- to ner bed ior some time from a par- ed me promptly and in return for the alytic stroke is able to be up now. benefit I received, I am willing that my Mr. and Mrs. Rob Speaks and chilname should be used in recommending dren, Stella and Hamilton of Marks-bur- y them. My advice to all sufferers from were with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. kidney trouble is to give Doan's Kid- Speaks Sunday ney Pills a trial." Mr. James Hunter wife and children . Rats have destroyed a number of is one who is lovely in face, form, mind chickens for different families in this and temper. But its hard for a woman to be charming without health. A locality. weak, sickly woman will be nervous and irritable. Constipation and kidney poisons show in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. But Electric Bitters always prove a godsend to women who want health, beauty and friends. They regulate Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood; give strong nerves, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety skin, lovely complexion and perfect health. Try them. 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m P'Mi 'r ''3v'Jlia'jsj:rv'-:5i- (Sfii: iHMvipi l'&W$M&m pm?&M Mv feJ$ eastern mi Jj O? BREATHITT COUNTY. CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY P FUTURE POLITICAL IS TilEOllUf DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE YCR STATE OFFICE K l "WHO LIVES 1W THE EASTERN THIRD O? KENTUCKY; COMPRISING 3H Oi' a" &c7tV0ZZ. BATTLE GROUND OF j? B THEliq COUNTIES.. HE VAS EOBN AMD REARED IN HEHBY L& 3-- 3 COUNTY AND 23 YSA.T5S AGO, AFTSR SERVING A.TERM AS COUNTY IK vp. i jiuvi i rein kn r. u i i n . ii.iiHininj.flvx i iia Mm ifi vi uurur i i VJHERS HE HAS SINCE LIVED AND 'it AS STEADILY VPf "F W-"- V RISEN IN HIS PROFESSION. HE HAS FORBEARS A S azmpi, BEEI SUCCESSFUL LAVJYER IH THAT SECTION AS A LEADER OF THE A'D TOPif GENERM4. . I Kentucky; bar. KOI1 THE KOMINOION OF WILL THIS EASTERN KENTUCKY j8Z&? AJC xmJ jt!f c gZ$&l&- I i KENTUCKY A. W-&- Azeirs fV tea lm wW .A'--'- .1 h r? Sss' gjzz?wS 7l 7 Commissioner' s Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. K-- ISUUKKYE. of Jessamine were the guestg of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Montgomery Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. R. I. Burton was in Richmond Mr. W. B. Montgomery has been Monday. very successful fishing the past week Miss Ruth Ray of the Normal School catching four fish two of which weighed 48 one 44 and one 27 pounds. is with home-folkMr. Irvin Duncan who has been The Misses Calico intertained a numspending two weeks with relatives and ber of their young friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ulysis Preston spent friends have returned to his home in Indianoplis Monday, he was accompanSunday with Mrs. Nancy Jane Ray. ied to Lexington by his father and sisMiss Lina Schooler of Cottonburg ter Miss Hattie and Mr. Harrison has been visiting her sister Mrs. Jas- Dean. per Noel. Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Miles and daughWins fight For Life. In Lexs. ter have been recent visitors ington. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert have returned to their home after an extended bridal tour. Miss Ola Luttrell of the Richmond Normal School was the guest of the Misses Dickersons. Mrs. Printis Walker and children have returned home after a visit tc relatives in Lancaster. Miss Katie Mae Dickerson of the Richmond Normal School has been spending a few days with home-folk- s A Dreadfnl Wound from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail, fireworks, or of any other nature, demands prompt treatment with Bncklen'f Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest, - surest for healer for all. such wounds-as.'als- o J. A. AMON, Burns, Boils, Sores, Skin Eruptions. Royal blood and splendid individuality. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Eczema, Chapped Hands, Corns oi Court Fall boars and gilts for sale. Piles. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son, June 5, 1911. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. R. H. Tomlinson Atty for Plaintiff. its supreme. 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts six months time with interest at six per cent per annum from date of sale & Son. m until paid. Said purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security, lien being retained on said land to secure said payment, said bonds to have the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if same is not paid when due. -- and bloody battle for life that was waged by James B. of Newark, N. J., of which he writes: "I had lost much blood from lung hemorrhages, and was very weak and rundown. For eight months I twas unable to work. Death seemed close on my heels, when I began three weeks ago, to use Dr. K ng's New Discovery. But it has helped me greatly. It is doing all that you claim." For weak, sore lungs, obstinate coughs, stubborn colds, hoarsness, la grippe, asthma, hay fever or any throat or lung trouble It was a long Mer-sho- n, term, 1910, the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY JUNE 26, 1911 this date being County Court day between the hours of twelve o'clock noon ana two p. m., sen ax pumic outcry in front of the Court House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder the following real property this property is located in Garrard County Kentucky; (2-undivided interest of a tract of land containing about 300 acres and described as follows: On the Crab Orchard and Cartersville road and about one mile and a half from Dripping Springs. The interest herein ordered sold is the 7 undivided interest in the following described land, bounded on the west by the lands of Buford Mason, on the south by the lands of Jesse Fox and Eb Bently and on the north by the lands of William Knuckles and on the east by the Perkins land and containing about 300 acres. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy a debt of one hundred and fifty dollars with interest thereon at six per cent per annum, from June 30th, 1909 (subject to a payment of one hundred and fifty dollars January 23, 1911) until paid; debt and interest amounting to fourteen dollars and .twenty seven cents, (14.27) to date of sale June 26th, 1911 and costs approximating $99.75 of court proceedings for which judgment has been rendered in the above styled case. The land will be sold as a whole or such part as will satisfy the above to-w- it, two-sevent- h, 7) 2-- vs Speed Mason & Others Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar-rai- d Circuit Court rendered in the above styled cause at its November James I. Hamilton & Others Plaintiff g& 'fST'f TTTy r a WJ&itTM V - rrzv-vr7- i uzoivxih . .easareTssgagggansx f i cmsboA V!SiJc!iE3i5 .n 252SSaa Ci i II t--f Tnrfi wiuoi ur nrT UHiLlOOhIYl yvT-- 1 rprTT sf r mio j3Ljrj. -k IV- r" LiMNiliyrs.IILiO ttt Tn WZ&CY "'.0W&Vl f..' a i LJ T&T v - Tv a. TT r- - v T TXTrl lumji. niv lei HJUWAi io rAix:MTTrIT, n EAST OF THIS t e a r JSbzj. j i y y -- ONE LONE V .BLACK LIITE Sk fr Pk 1 d jD" 11 Are Out STg'fc A w P SjL 1 I J mA y IL L vI 1911. Fair $300.00 Rings " JULY 26th, '27th and 28th, TERMS. This sale will be made on a credit of The Fair this year will be the best one ever. held in Lancaster. To prove this fact, all we ask you to do is to glance over the Catalogue and see those Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs $2,000 GIVEN AWAY IN PREMIUMS. See the RINGS where only GARRARD CO., People can Enter. t .- - r i i f r L3il3WCT'eagy tBUgy gyi .gpra sgg jyByga ,-?- ; ru 1 - 1- -4 I ' I i OFF I ON $2.50 waists for 2.00 waists for Our Ladies' SUMMER $ $ 1.98 1.48 ii: hSS WA ae&r ws3rsssl eDaS tPlSr1 G . . APPAREL. See Table values in White Waistings and wash fabrics worth from 20 to 35c going at i- 65 and 75c Embroideries at 48ctS. OiiJILjaUtXA. MAJmWJU SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. LADIES5 - e iouhwi Ready-to-we- ar stock at the above reduction and you can purchase a handsome Skirt from $5.00 to $10.00 OXFORDS GREATLY REDUCED. ! THE J Don't Start To EPH IViERCA PITILE JE5&matjm&WajS&rfMJE&X&&1i52JZ33r52&?JTEAJa&Bij iSSST ssfx-icsauETsa The only concern in your city that specalizes every day sales. I II W3 &tfB&la&0&fi v i without all the lumber you need right oil the job. Wait ing for more stuff is a most expensive proceeding for you. Your best plan is to bring in your plans and have us figure on how much lumber you need. We'll tellyou right, advising you BUILD to bug neither too much or too little, Lancaster Lumfeer sr: ! MrirlMr-fMrB'rrrrrriJ. I in M'fe Co. " $?' w tf t LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. e8!iEJ?SiS?5:2'!3., rsrMriMrlBulMirfafS. We Se AT THE Ice I & p I G ClG AT m S - f i2c Sii Per Pound B I I 1 1 But we run No Ice Wagon. Vi TIN. i I :gJllMrrlM:rUMIMirJlrrni :SWfT2IlflW:gJlMljSiM) P ilH tfll Kk. II W iiWirpT 'If IK? x nwvsvFm SSsn v woccf ,5J?5tiri?i!SI?T"t TMV.'VI.VIlttti t D iv They last ajiferime. They're Fireproof Stormproof Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For 1 further detailed information apply to Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, I I FIRST-CLAS- S Having bought a bunch of fine Young Gattle we will still be able to furnish the Meats. trade with First-Class Davidson & Walker. Phone 181. ., I mar" snn" ,H assessed pro rata to make up said deficit. I ELECTION. Sixth: In the event no more than It r.f caniiHiaie snail nave qualified a Mr. and Mrs. Bristow of Lexington Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pettus and chilk The Democratic voters of Garrard her-iset out ami made sakl deposit of arc guests at the Simpson House. dren and Mrs. Reuben Smith of Spring- County 1 tws&atas&B are hereby notified that a Pri - seventy five dollars within the time ii nnwatfKasgaBaggae field motored to Lancaster and wore .mary ll Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Rucker of Rich- - the gucste Election will be held by onfer of! 1 A Brief Mention of the Comings and of Mrs. Elizabeth McCarley the Democratic County Committee in renired. then the said Committer j mond are guests of the Misses Shugars. " shall meet ami declare such candidate Ly Those Wi Arc Interested In. Goings and daughter. j pursuance to the resolutions adopted . to be the nominee of thv Democratic Mrs. Davis Prather and Miss Eva Miss Edna B. Mason received in hon- by the said Committee and under the ,mrtv for sa!tl 0nke, awl the amoant Dougherty were visitors in Danville or of her attractive guest Miss illie Primary Election law, in the following. ! m j)a;u shalI be returneti to him. Th Mrs. Robert Gully of McCreary is Tuesday. Logsden of Juction City. A most ap- j manner onfcr on (he balot Jn whch the namos reported quite sick. primary election will be of th candidates shall be printed shall Miss Fannie West was with her sis- petising lunchoan was served by the J First:-- A Mrs. Thomas Hendren is in Ohio the . held m each and even' voting precinct he determined hv lot, in the presence ter Mrs. George Robinson of Danville affable hostess. guest of her sister. throughout Garrard conty Kentucky. of the canlklate, at the time of such this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Walker Misses ucc-me uours oi six o ciocs a. m. Hvwkuuc of whkh time and n4ac each Miss Minnie Johnson is at home from ? t t. t " Mrs. Willie Belle Greenleaf of St. Annie Herndon, Lucy Walker Doty and i u ciocK n. ji., sianuaru ume ontftf such enn.lulntn shnll h., the Normal School at Richmond. givun Louis is here for a visit to relatives John F. Walker comprised a camp- Saturday July 1. 1911. under and pur reasonable notice to be present. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta and friends. ing party on the banks of Dix River suant to tne primary election law ot Seventh: It is ordered that notice of are guests of Miss Jennie Duncan. the latter part of last week. the State of Kentucky, and under and said Mrs.'L. G. Sanford and daughter primary election be posted and adpursuant to the regulations adopted by Miss Nellie O'Hearn is visiting Miss Miss Georgia are in Madison for a visit Mi-s-. James A. Royston entertained vertised as required by law. Mary Barr at Hackley in this county. to relatives. Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. C. me democratic uonuty committee as By order of the Democratic County 0. Royston of Chicago. Choice f lowers ' herein set out, for the purpose of nomi- - Committee for Garrard County KenMiss Amanda Anderson is in Rich? Mrs. A. M. King of Lexington was nating a Democratic Candidate for and inviting apartments lent much tucky, this the 20th day of May 1911. the recent guest of Miss Lena Bright, mond for a summer couise at the representative for Garrard County Ken- charm to the occasion the hours were JAMES CLARK. Normal School. tncky in the General Assembly of KenMr. and Mrs. J. R. Weddle are rejoifrom 4 to 6. n Chairman D. C. C. tucky, to be voted for at the General Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden cing over the arrival of a eleven pound Mrs. Silas Ashely and daughter Mrs. State Election to be held in November E. B. Ray. Sec'ty. and Mrs. Dollie Brown motored to boy. A Copy Attest: Pearl Davis and son Maurice left Lan- 1911. Danville Sunday. Miss Nina Cottrell has accepted a Second: In sakl Primary election, E. B. Ray. Sec'ty Dem.. Co., Com. caster the past week to reside in StanMiss Katharine Harris of Stanford is position in the office of Dr. Wm. Burford. They were accompanied by the any known Democrat who is a legal visiting her grand-fathJudge and good wishes of nett. where he oifers to the community to their voter in the Mrs. E. W. Harris. vote, on the day thereof, or who will & new liome. Miss Margaret Mount is in Stanford be a legal voter in said precinct at the ' g YOU'U, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Mrs. Sallie McCormack has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton gave a regular November election 1911 shall be' dangerously ill but is now showing six o'clock dinner in honor of Dr. nnfilofl tn vnto iMKHnmi some impiovement. B. A. Dawes of Georgetown, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Robinson are in j and Third: The officers required to hold Miss Mayme Ballard has returned Misses Margaret and Anna Kay JenBank Stock For Sale. Richmond visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank said election shall be appointed by the home after a visit to friends in Louis- kins and father C. M. Jenkins of Robinson. Five Shares in the Paint Lick Bank. Democratic County Committee for Gar-- 1 ville and Lexington. Brvantsville. rard County Ky., and shall be divided This stock pays 12 per cent dividends Misses Allie and Stella Hendren are at home from the Normal school at Michael Elkin of Lexington a pi'omi-meThe Presbyterian Missionary Society as nearly equally as possible as to Jwl-- ; each year ami puts aside nearly this Maccabeo is the guest of Mr. Richmond. will meet Monday afternoon at three ges, clerks and Sheriffs, amonj the much to sutplus fund each year. : and Mrs. T. S. Elkin. !!.- - jiiHi ...t me can- The bank has already a large surplus wiieie L.. o'clock at the church. All of the mem- viiiiuus citiHuu-tLusMisses Ora and Vivian Prather leave didates shall furnisn a list of names for ami I am willing to sell for book value. Miss Annie Herndon left Tuesday bers are requested to be present as next week for a visit to their Uncle in for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mrs. Murdock of Buckhorn will be election officers, as they are entitled I need the money ami am offering a. Mt. Sterling. Herndon of Lexington. here and deliver an interesting add- to do by law, the said election officers bargain. Miss Katie May Dickerson returned W. E. Sullivan, DeLand, Fla. shall be selected from said lists, ami Mrs. Ed C. Gaines entertained the ress. Saturday night from the Normal School said lists shall be furnished by said canEmbroidery Club Thursday afternoon. Automobile "fires. at Richmond. Mrs. B. F. Hudson entertained Sat- didates not less than days before A dainty luncheon was served. urday at a six o'clock dinner the honor the date of said primiry election. The Fine new independent make tires and Mrs. William Porter of Stanford has i Miss Louise Kauffman of St. Louis is guest being Mrs. Percy Noland of election officers when appointed shall tubes at most reasonable prices. 0, been with her parents Mr. and Mrs. expected Monday for a visit to her Seattle, Washington. The repast was be notified by the secretary of the 0 Charles Grimes. served in courses and with the many County Committee and requested to 35x.l-$2- 0, mother Mrs. Emma Kauffman. S2xS $17.20, Miss Lizzie Bettis a student of the delicacies and floral decorations the serve. Each candidatein said primary 0, Go, 0, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collier and Normal School at Richmond is at home festal board presented a very attrac- election shall be entitled to a challenchildren of Fork Ridge Tennessee are for the summer. tive appearance. ger and inspector, and the same guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Collier. Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie has returned Tubes about 30 percent lower than Mrs. Solon B. Henry and daughter person may act as both challenger and Mrs. J. S. Baughman and little son after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miss Ella, Mrs. Thos. Austin, Mrs. W. inspector, and the name of such j standard list prices. Terms C. 0. D. Brannon have returned to Danville afo r inspector shall b e if 20 nereent of amount affenmnaniwl Price of Danville. Tues- challenger L. son ter a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Luther dayLawson and to Ector, left submitted to the said committee or order. 10 percent allowed if cash acfor a visit relatives, in BirmingMiss Bettie Walters of Stanford has Gibbs. ham Alabama and El Dorado, Ark. the Chairman thereof and his ap- companies order. Money refunded if been with her cousin's Misses Mamie Miss Elizabeth Collier will leave Mrs. Lawson and son will visit her pointment certified by the said Chair- goods are not satisfactory. The Gev-and Ethel Walters. Sales Co., Bimm BIdg., Dayton, shortly for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mrs. B. H. Conn, of Guthrie, man, and the certifica e of the ChairRice Fox now of Tulsa Oklahoma is Charles Collier of Fork Ridge Tenn- Oklahoma, and brother, Mr. R. J. Ad- man of his selection shall entitle the Ohio. here for a stay with his parents Mr. essee. said challenger or inspector to admisams, of Mangum, Oklahoma before re and Mrs. Jesse Fox. sion to said voting Precincts. Miss Ella Thompson has returned to turning. Fourth: Said primary election shall Mrs. Ethel West Darnold left Tues- her home in Boyle after a stay of wedding which be held in all respects as required by At the Sparks-Ballar- d day for a visit to friends in Winchesseveral weeks with her cousin Miss will occur at Nicholasville on the af- law for t1 e holding of primary electer and Taylorsville. Hallie Brown. ternoon of the twenty-eight- h at six tions, and a uniform ballot shall be Miss Margaret Arnold left the past o'clock at the handsome home of the used in every precinct. The precinct Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Brown attended week for a visit to friends in Lexing- the Commencement exercises in Berea brides grandfather, Hon. E. R. Sparks, ballot boxes and all returns shall be ton and Winchester. and were guests at the home of Prof, Mrs. Marshall Guerrant, of Louisville made to the chairman of the County an aunt of Miss Sparks will be the Committee at the Court House in LanMr. and Mrs. Frank Bourne of Lex- and Mrs. Dinsmore. Matron of honor. The bridesmaids caster Kentucky within the time reington have been recent guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes and lit- will be Misses Mayme Lee Ballard, quired by law and on the next day J. B. Bourne and wife. 1 tle daughter Margaret Elkin Hughes, Carrie Boulden, Blanche Hamilton and thereafter the County Committee shall Mrs. R. E. McRoberts has returned of Louisville are here for a visit to Charlotte Knoble of Nicholasville. Mr meet at the Court House and canvass in 1 c ' from a stay with her mother Mrs. Lancaster relatives. Bryan Ballard of Lexington will be the returns and certifiy the name of Ware of Hopkinsville. WANTED a car load of dry Miss Nina Reed of California who his .brother's best man. The music the successful candidate to the proper Mrs. David Jones and little daughter has been the guest of the Misses Jen- will be played by Miss Annie Mason officer to be placed under the Demo- BONES, Allen Brown Jones have returned to kins of this county is now in Frank- and Miss Bessie Chapman will render cratic device of the Democratic party Just received a lot of good lime several vocal solos. Several very de- on the ballot at the general November their home in Kirksville. fort visiting friends. lightful social affairs have been plan- election 1911. which we will sell at a reasonable Miss Christine Sanders left the past Mrs. George T. Bogard, of Richamong ned for the charming bride-eleThe precinct election officers shall price. week for a visit to her aunt Mrs. Oat-le- y mond, and Misses Mary and Gertrude them being the linen shower which make returns to the Chairman of the Burke at Silver Creek. Noel, of Danville, are the guests of Mr Mrs. Marshall Guerrant and Mrs. R. County Committee, the ballots shall be B. NORTHCOTT, C, J. Bush of Curtain, West Virginia-wa- and Mrs. O. T. Layton, M. Sparks will give on Thursday the preserved in the boxes, which shall fl. with his brother Rev. 0. P. Bush Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fox left Sun- twenty-seconbe locked and one key kept by one day for their home in Eaton, Ohio affor a short visit last week. Judge and another key by another Judge, but in case the candidates shall Miss Sophronia Fox who has been ter several weeks visit to their daugh Eczema Cure A Beauty Wash. 2 have furnished lists from which the teaching in Nowata Oklahoma is at ter Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. Although D. D. D. Prescription has officers have been selected, the Judges home for the summer months. Mrs. L. H. Cox (nee Miss Pearl recognized for years as the one holding the keys must have been taken and little son L. H. Jr. of been Samuel Walters is in Portland Ore-ga- n remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all from different lists. where he has been offered and ac- Elizabethtown came Tuesday for a other forms of skin disease, it is now Fifth: Any democrat who i3 legally visit to Mrs. W. D. Walker. cepted a most lucrative position. known that there is no other wash, qualified to hold said office, desiring to Mrs. Geo Taylor Bogard of Richmond even those used by the beauty spe- become a candidate before said primary Mr. and Mrs. W. K. .Shugars of and Misses Mary and Gertrude Noel, cialists, that can compare with this election, and to have his name printed Stanford came Sunday for a visit to of Danville, are the guests this week mild liquid for cleansing the skin of on the ballot for said election, shall on down the throat of a "eapey" Judge William Shugars and family. of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Woods. chicken destroys the worms pimples, blackheads, rash, and all sim- or before 12 o'clock midnight of June Mrs. W. G. Anderson and grandson and saves the chick's life. A 15 1911, deposit with the Chairman or B. A. Spencer Mr. and ilar skin affections. Mr. and Mrs. few drops In the drinkinsr 'vater Lucian Grant are in Lewis county for For this reason alone, a bottle of Secretary of said Committee the sum a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bowman. Mrs. Cooper comprised a Louisville D. D. D. should be kept on hand in CURES and of seventy five dollars for the purpose party that motored to Lancaster SatPREVENTS GAPES every household. A trial 25c bottle of defraying the expense of said primaMr. and Mrs. William Collier and urday in the former's handsome car. white diarrhoea and other chick; little daughter of Fork .Ridge Tennesswill show you the merits of this great ry election, and such deposit shall condiseases. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Sanders and remedy as a complexion wash. ' ee are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. stitute notice to the Committee of the children Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Pursley all One 50c Bottle of D. D. D. seems to remove the cause, desire of such candidate to have his Collier. were in Berea for the Commencement whatever the trouble may be, cleansname printed on said ballot for said Dr. B. A. Dawves a prominent Bap- exercises of that thriving Institution. ing the skin, and leaving it as soft, as election. In the event there is a surtist mimister of Georgetown was the Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Mr. "and Mrs. Alfred Curry and Mr. smooth and clear as that of a healthy plus remaining from the amounts so recent guest of Mr. and Mrs.,H. Clay Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of and Mrs. Prank Curry of Harrodsburg child. deposited, it shall be returned to the this medicine on hand. Ask for free booklet oa Sutton. were gnests of Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Get a 25c bottle today and keep it said candidates, and inthe event there 'Diseases of Fowls." Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Burnett and Dr. Brown at dinner Monday evening. in the house. For saleby all druggists is a deficit, said candidates in said pri- R. NOTICE HPrl Gossip About N$7VN ff Mark motored over from Lexington Mrs. Nell Taylor and two children Monday and were guests of Dr. Wm. jare visiting Miss Virginia Conn at Burnett for the day. Willmore. OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARl . n , .' J to-w- it: I u ?- j I i-- . I Pro-ter- j er V' ts. ! nt I . 1 -lt 28x3-$11.3- 30x3-512.3- 5. 2Sx3J-514.0- 30x31-51.0- O, 3Jx3J-$17.7- 5, 31x4-321.5- 0, 32x4-$22.7- 33x4-$23.3- 34x4-$25.S- 0, 36x4-527.5- 0, 34x41-$30.2- 0, 36x-$31.C- 0, 36x5-$3o.l- 0. I er HENS 3 to 9cts Roosters 4 to 4?cts. Ducks 6cts, Eggs, 9 to 9icts. Turkeys Sets. Coal from 0 to 13cts yard. more del. ct s d. DEPOT STREET. -- Hal-com- b) g8rtzff5S) ONE t mo? BourbonPoultry Cure Mount, Son &Co ' r JTS .' J. -; . i M Our June Clearance Sale. JUNE -- A Chance to Make Money. BEGINS THURSDAY i r 0300oeMoooooooeoooooo 1 oooo&oo90ooooo&o Li 15th and Gontinues for FIFTEEN DAYS, EXPERIENCE Is the best teacher, so come and get the best SHAVE to be had at ur Clearance Sates are in a class by themselves, as we reduce everything in our store except a few restricted price notions. You can come in and select anything you may need and know that you will get it at a decided reduction from regular price. We have placed the limit at 15 days in order to give our "out of county" customers time to take advantage of the sale. Come as soon as you can as many lines will be quickly closed out. HENRY DUNCAN'S Bakiiku Siioiox Richmond Stkbjjt. We make a specialty of Honing Razors. Jersey Bull Kemy Simpson 88427 Season 191 1. V' Terms of Sale-Sp- ot Cash. Nothing New- Voile - laid aside Waists. or sent on Approval. Ladies Furnishings. J. W. H. SWEENEY. J. TiNSLEY, 329--J. ?. County Surveyor, We will offer at 35c choice of over 150 Childrens PHONE Wash Dresses in every size from 2 year size to 14 year .Suits. $6 Imported Voile Waists for $3, $3 Voile Waists size. These are ginghams, percales etc. and all colors. Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. .Lancaster, Kentucky. We offer you choice of about 100 new Spring and now $1.50, $6 New Fancy Silk Waists now $3. well made and perfect fitting percales. Summer Suits in all desirable colors and latest shapes OM frOOOOOOfrftgfrOOC" Silks. and each one at exactly halt price. Every piece of silk in our stock will be marked Cllt FfOWBTS During this sale we will offer special inducements I Suits for $12.50 and $35 down cheap, but we quote a few as examples. '! $18. Suits for $9. $25. on Warners and Redfern corsets, and on the Gossard of an suits for $17.50. 25c 19 inch Pure Silk stripe and check Taffeta tw t Ain,;nnfv m.h.i.. , I rawing ftatfl xiu auiuo Ul llcUJiWCBr, JDCllb, I mt j Ware IVlCnOOerlS. $ nrr e o2C;no?C nchc?!fipe. andcheckTaffetaswere! Handkerchiefs, Jewelry, Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves and . jc, auu o iiiwi jtuic oim piimcu xuiuaiua, were oc,HftS1vr .. . Ladies Silk StnrVinds at SRp a raiV 49c Choice of Cheney Bros and "Shedwater" printed about. 75 new Silk Dresses in stock-- All We have 75c Shirt Waists 29c We will offer at special, "BUrjf LCaSBy,D.V.S. fabrics and styles. These were Foulards, the best, were 85c; 19c twenty five pieces of price of Z9c about 100 ladies neatly desirable in colors, made, white lawn! veterinarian. from $9. to $30J and we offer them at exactly Half-Pric- Frinted American Habutai Silk, all choice new designs, IJ Former Director Animal Industry Philippine walstSj reduce(J from M& Idlamld. United States Army $9. Silk Dresses for $4.50, $15. Silk Dresses nwiv cv Office at Logan's Stable. for $7.50, $22. Dresses for $11, $30 Silk Dresses Telephone Si and rsi. DANVILLE. KY Goods. ' for $15. If vou k"? house it will Dav vou to come for this Hundred of pieces of new wash goods to select from and different patterns from those "at home", and line alon :i j you can save big money on table linens,' Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, napkins, ; ; ,vels, crash, sheets, quilts etc. Everything prices will be away down. We have received a great many new White Dres9c choice of all our best A. F. C. and Bates dress will be narked down, but we can mention only a few Physican and Surgeon . Office Danville street. ses within the last two weeks and our line is almost all Ginghams were 12 2 c. 9c choice of all our best items. 68c fine quality and choice designs, pure Irish Linen Demask full 70 inches wide reduced from 85c. Residence Phone 9. Office Phone 89 new, but still they go into the "clearance" sale. Lawns, Batistes, and Dimities that were 12 $9 White Dresses will be $6, $12 Dresses will be 12 choice of genuine printed Flaxons and Irish $1.50 doz. pure Irish Linen Napkins reduced from $2. $8, $15 Imported Voiles Dresses will be $7.50. Linettes were 18c. 19c choiceof an assorted lot of 50c 70 inch bleached union Linen .demasks were 65c. Dr. R. L Pontius, single pieces of fancy Linens imported ginghams, 8c Large size hemmed huckaba towels 18x36 inches. Veterinary Surgeon 68c Very fine grade of ready hemmed bed sheets crepe etc. were 40c and 5pc yd. and Dentist. 81x90 inches, better than any 80c sheet on the market The very hot weather about cleaned us out of thin Offlice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -wash dresses and we have just received from New Lancaster, Kentucky. Hundreds of pieces of Embroidery.in every width go York almost a complete new line and these too will Everything in the curtain line either made up or by from 2 inched&re to 54 inch flounces. Laces in evat decided reductions. into the sale ery imaginable land and any of these can be bought the yard will be marked down for this sale. A lot of during this sfle so that you will save 25c on every single pairs of fine lace curtains and also some lots of Swiss curtains at just dollar you spend. &K&e' V VJPEJJyg Our stock is too large and too varied to attempt to E. W. Morrow, We have about 25 fine Linen tailored coat suits Graduate Optician d mention all the articles but remember that this is a Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. carried over and these we will offer at less than We will offer our entire line of childrens dresses it clearance" sale and includes all lines, and that prices first price. $29 suits now $7.50, $14 Line at prices that will tempt you to buy all you can use. quoted will not be good after July 1st. Suit now $4. Tailored Dress & Silk Dresses. f ;, I i e. """ --- atjw I Wash 1-- Household Linens. White Dresses. l-2- c. l-- 2c Wash Dresses. Embroinefy and Laces. Lace Curtains. half-pric- e. V-- Linen Suits. one-thir- Childrens Dresses. -- M. K. Denny, - A. B. Capital $50,000. J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. Robertson & Bro. Clinton B, Kodak finishing. Studio DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. For Sale D. No 2. 5Hb M. DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Bastin, EnlargeOffice. FARMER'S COLUMN ! 6tt0e0OOO0OOO4 00000000 oeMS A surry in good repair with both shafts and pole, at a reasonable C. S. Cotton, Paint Lick R. F. price. J. PATRICK, Dentist. All Work Guaranteed. Photographer. Bromide Paint Lick, Kentucky. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't S. C. DENNY, A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Cashier. r. Red Top ments. at Telephone TOO MUCH LOVE rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer, with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in one week. To prove our- - remedy, while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at Stormes- Drug Store. - Too much love for fun, frolic and dpace below this heading Is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for has sold W. C. Heacock, of Lexington, tbe sale of stock, grain and such things on a large amount of wool, at prices rangfarm as the farmer cannot afford to adver- ing from 17 to 22 cents per pound. The tise. No notice will be accepted over fonr deal involved more than $10,000. lines, and will be only in two issues of the Herald. Record, free of charge Har-rodsburg Charles W. Robinson, of this county, DR.Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. R. T. Embry, Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- Offiice over Logan's store. For Sale Two goodinilk cows. Office Phone 6. Although the wheat crop will not be Residence Phone 75. W. R. Gott. to cut for two or three weeks, ready For Sale A good buggy and har- Kansas farmers already have called Call and see us for a good ness. Alex West. for 12,000 harvest hands. Charles Hair Cut and Clean Shave. Who said Raspberries. Phone W. E. Harris, director of the State Free Employment Bureau, said today that the The Only Two White Barbers la Taw. Moss and will deliver them to you. bureau expected to ask for from 15,000 See tbe tall sign, Nortb side of John Mackay arrived at the Elmen-do- to 18,000 men this year. Farm Monday and selected worty Public Square. yearliug horses which will be shipped M. to England to be sold. rf HOUSE. COUNTY J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director . and Embalmer Office Phone 31. JIM PAINT" factory Hoofing made today. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. Haynes Dunn, of Paducah, Ky., recently purchased Reelfoot, a pacer, and will race him in Indiana, Illinois and Kentueky this season. The Commissioner of Agriculture in his report for May gives the average price paid for mules throughout Kentucky during May as $150.97. Woman's Age often does not agree with her appearance. Fain and suffering add to the years till many women-loomuch older than they really are. Many women, avoiding pain by the regular use of that effectual remedy, for women, Wine of Cardui, keep their youth and beauty. k J. E. Robinson, LAWYER asd ATTORNEY. Will Residence Phone ASK YOUR DEALER HASELDEN BROS. Practice in all State Courts and TJ. S. District Court. Phone 194. LANCASTER. KY. Office over Police Court. I Hanna's Green Seal "THE MADE-TO-WEA- EASY AND SAFE TO USE o-- . 2 "O INEXPENSIVE. Go L) Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone 340. Public 'Square. Second band clotbes sold on commission. R KILLS LICE ON s 1 CO AIL LIVE STOCK. O c fc Take Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the passing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. - DISINFECTS. CLEANSES. PURIFIES. It has so many uses that It Is a neoesslty or avery far. s, 0 rt CO1 1 cv. TEST THE QUALITY. " Et H hi g (A iZ m " u a difference. g0 w,a t0 'eam "position of the paint you intend to use. There The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have .la. their product is FOR SALE BY CURES MANGE, SCAB, RINGWORM, SCRATCHES SI zs rr n Mrs. Annie Vaughan, Raleigh, N. C, tried Cardui and writes: "I was sick and worn out almost unto death. My sister finally persuaded me to take h. ltf. Faulkner, fllgr. Office Honrs 8 Office over ft.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drag Storo, W-cV3LTER. 13. Phone F. 65. D CarduL Before I I had taken five bottles DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. was well and Destroy! All Disease Girmi MUST DRIVES AWAY FLIES VOX Thk CQNIST BROTHERS. R. E. McRoberts & Son. w' PQ 1 m IEKD FOX FREE BOOKLETS 4 J Q O strong." Try Cardui. It Is for women. Its tonic, building qualities should restore you gently ;to health. Thousands of women have found It to give them lasting benefit Try Cardui. For sale everywhere. 47 I have just opened up a new, clean . Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN. vJL'- A A v ? rC-- V. "