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TWENTY SECOND YEAR. .2 LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911 There will be a box supper at Fair-viechurch Saturday night, July 1st. w NUMBER 11. t&333CCS33SS&e Danvilie Bird-Ma- n. Quail Prospects Good. - t&Z&Fm&c&tg '1 f '. : "Tommy" Longo of Danville, who From the number of quail heard call HEAD QUARTERS FOR Springs will open July 1st. has won name and fame as a ballonist ing in the country the prospects for Dripping TT o rrnA U! l : f. Everything is in first class condition has come to the conclusion that the j 6UUU tiujj ui uiiua is line, nowever, balloon is not enough for the fellow who goes out shortly before with good people at the head of it. WE HAVE A FEW him and has launched forth into the the expiration of the legal time set Hustonville Booming. realmdom of the flying machine. He for hunting them, ostensibly to "locate has constructed a patterned them" or "to try his new dog", will in Over in Hustonsville last week a lot after the Curtiss machine, and will all probability get the cream of the sale was held and forty one lots were sold and two given away, and several give exhibitions at the country fairs, sport as well as the bulk of the birds. maybe. It is sad to relate, but crame in this nice residences are to go up in the One thing is certain, if "Tommie" neck of the woods has become a joke, near future. makes good, he will have an open field except to the pot hunters who kill all in this neck of the woods as the visible the game out of season and seine or Moonshine Captured. supply of "bird-men- " in Kentucky is dynamite or gig the fish any old time. Deputy United States Marshal Will remarkably small. iam Mays with Collector B. D. Hern- Masonic Picnic. succeeded Thursday morning in j don Bogie Announces. The Masonic Fraternity of Lincoln still destroying a large moonshine Mr. J. 0. Bogie announces in this county will be hosts tomorrow at about with about seven hundred gallons of beer at the home of Boone Stanmer, issue his candidacy for the nomination the biggest thing of the kind ever attwo miles from Hezel Green, in "W olfe for representative for Garrard county. tempted in this locality: they will have Mr. Bogie is the present incumbent a monster picnic in celebration of St. county Boone Stamper was taken to placed in jail to await and now seeks the endorsment of the John's day, at which the bars have Beattyville and people by being returned. The many been pulled down, and masons from all trial. Winchester Democrat. friends of Mr. Bogie in the county who over the state are invited and will be supported him in his provious race and present. Grand Offiers will be presMack Back In Business. who are again standing by him, claim ent and make speeches and will bring Mack Hughes crowds a whole lot of that he will win the nomination easily; with them forty five boys from the grit and energy into that little frame they claim that he has made a good Orphan's Home in Louisville, who will of his. He was up and doing even be- record as the representative from this be dressed in the Shriner's Patrol fore the embers of his burned barn county and that he is entitled to a and will give drills and make were cold, had rented another barn second term as an endorsement of his speeches. and began gathering togather a string faithful service. People taking baskets will be expecof "good uns" for the coming fair. ted to deposit them in the court house May The Best Man Win. Mack is popular all along the fair ciryard, where have been cuit and always goes away with a The race for representative from made to receive, and you will then be goodly share of ties. Garrard county has resolved itself into relieved of further responsibility as to a three cornered one,Mr. Bogie, the them. Mrs. Will Gaines Dead. present incumbent, having put up his Lawson For Sheriff. Mrs. William Gaines died at her money and asked that the people nomhome near Stanford Wednesday after- inate him. There are many democrats in GarThe candidates are Mr. J. M. Farra, rard county who will be pleased to noon. The deceased was 38 years old and had been a great sufferer from Mr. J. O. Bogie and Capt. J. A. Doty, learn from this weeks issue of the cancer of the stomache for many and their names will appear upon the Record that W. L. Lawson is a canj Come early, don't delay and let your neighbor DEERING TWINE. months. She was formerly a Miss ballot in the above mentioned order, didate for the democratic nomination Stuart of Crab Orchard prior to her the places having been awarded in the for sheriff of Garrard county. While marriage and was quite a favorite at usual manner of "tossing up." Each it has been several years since Mr. get the choice. They are going to sell. her girlhood home. She was a devoted of these gentlemen confidently claim Lawson has served the people as a and consistent member of the Baptist that they already have the nomination public officer yet by his activity on bechurch. A husband and only one child won, and the race bids fair to be a half of the nominees of the party and a daughter, Miss Mary, thirteen years warm one. his constant work for the good of the of age, grieves for the early death of a if democratic organization in general, he Rural Carriers Get Increase. devoted wife and mother. The burial has kept himself before the people and was in Buffalo cemetery in Stanford Beginning with next July all rural no democrat is better known to the Thursday afternoon. Several brothers mail carrisrs having a standard route democratic voters than is Mr. Lawson. and sisters mourn the loss of an exof twenty-fou- r miles will receive a He has heretofore served as sheriff cellent christian woman. raise in salary of $100 per year, which and made an excellent record and also Friends after friends depart. will make their yearly salary $1,000. made many friends by 'the prompt efWho have not lost a friend. Those below the standard will receive ficient and courteons way in which he There is no union here of hearts. an increase in proportion to the num- handled the peoples business. Mr. That knows not here an end. ber of miles traveled in delivering Lawson has always had a strong foltheir mail. This increase will be the lowing in Garrard county politics and third one granted the carriers since the his friends are behind him in this race On account of a backward season we are going Mr. Merchant. department was established in 1903. and are pushing him to win July 1st will soon be here. You to continue reduced prices on our ENTIRE STOCK of The original pay was 600 per year. J. Proctor Knott Dead. will want to collect your outstandThis was increased to $750 two years ing accounts. Have you got the At six minutes past six o'clock Sun- Men's and Boys CLOTHING until the stock is cut to a later, and in 1907 to $900. necessary stationery, letter heads, Only one of the routes out of this day afternoon at his home in Lebanon This includes our famous HART bill heads, envelopes etc? Look place, No. 3 down the Buckeye pike Ky. J. Proctor Knott certain amount. up your stock and send us your orbreathed his last. The death of Gov. SCHAFFNER & come up to the standard in distance. MARX CLOTHING in Blues, Blacks, ders. The Central Record. Knott was not unexpected as he had been in declining health for several Grays and other various patterns. Circuit Court. years. His death was due to a generThe June term of the Garrard ciral breakdown by the excuit court convened Monday with Judge cessive heat. superinduced Walker presiding. W. B. Mason is at The late Gov. Knott was born near the books and Horace L. Walker was near Raynick, Marion county, August sworn in as his assistant. Sheriff Bal- 29, 1830. His family moved to Shelby lard has for his deputies Messrs C A. county and later to West Point, Hardin Robinson, B. F. Robinson and Tommie county, where he attended school. Ballard. This force together with While yet a boy he went with his Commouwealth's Attorney Charles A. brother and sister to Memphis, Mo. 1 Harding presents as formidable a court He studied law there and was admitas may be found anywhere and is cal- ted to the bar at the age of 16. He culated to inspire the evil doer with practised law in Memphis and was sent awe. from there as a member of the ConJudge Walker gave his usual exhaus stitutional Convention. He was elected tive and comprehensive charge to the to the Missouri Legislature in 1858 and grand jury, dwelling at length on elec- was appointed Attorney General of the tion frauds and infringements of the State in 1859 and was elected to that sanitary laws, advising the members office in 1860. of the body to divide themselves into In 1861 he was arrested by military Don't fail to get your summer suit while these prices prevail on bodies of three or four each and visit officers for refusing to take the test each house in their immediate neigh- oath. His office was declared vacant Clothes of Quality. borhood including the town, and look and he was disbarred from the pracinto the sanitary condition of the prem-- . tise of law in the State. ises, He came to Bowling Green in 1862; The following comprise the juries: to Lebanon later in the same year and Grand Jury. began the practice of law. Ed Chandler Foreman. He was a member of the Fortieth and The House of Quality. Ed Perkins Millard Ledford Forty-firand Congresses (1867-7Thomas P. King, Wm. Simpson Forty-sixt- h and of the Forty-fiftEb Cook J. B. Creech h Congresses (1877-83- ). G. B. Gabbard, W. P. Tuggle He was chairman of the Judiciary ComWm, Baker W. S. Embry mittee and member of other imporaftant committees. J. S. Schooler. He was offered the governorship of Petit Jury. Hawaii by President Cleveland and W. A. Price J. D. Carter oflater a place on the Interstate ComJ. C. Criscillis. F. P. Brvant merce Commission, but declined both. Luther Raney Robert Sherrow He was elected Governor of Kentucky Oscar Ray J. Wade Walker in 1883. J. S. Johnson J. C. Fox In 1887 and 1888 he was employed by L. F. Brown John Green the State to assist the Attorney GenJohn Layton Nath Noe eral in lawsuits for the State, includS. P. Davis T. C. Rankin ing the Green River Island case. F. N. Folger J. A. Beazley He practiced law in Frankfort with John G. Doty Jr. J. M. Duncan T. L. Edelen in 1890 and was elected a B. F. Patton J. B. Wood member of the Constitutional ConvenG. H. Ruble N. K. Bogie county. He was The grand jury asked that they tion from Marion largely instrumental i n retaining might adjourn until Tuesday the 2?th Frankfort as the capitol city. He inst which was granted. from practice to accept the dean-shi- p Owing to the wheat harves being on to to Men's full suits worth now of the law department of Centre hand Judge Walker on Tuesday afterCollege in 1894. He held the place six Suits going in this sale at $7.98. noon dismissed the petit jury until next years. and Tuesday in order to allow the memHe suffered a stroke of paralysis in Suits $1 1.58 to and bers to harvest their grain. 1900 and had been feeble physically evA jury found Curt and James East er since, He moved back to Lebanon Men's Shoes 98cts and up. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 98cts and up. In order to cut down my large stock of charged with petit larceny, stealfng in 1902, His country home burned in meat from James Simpson, guilty and August, 1902, and he afterward rented GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. fixed their punishment at six months in Lebanon. imprisonment in the county jail. Early in life he was married to Miss William Wren charged with adultery Mary Froman, in Memphis, Mo. She upon peremptory instructions was died two years later, and June 15, 1857, found not guilty. Gov. Knott was married to Miss Sal- you can get some low down prices, for a short Attorney J. Sam Owsley of Stan- - lie R. McElroy at Bowling Green. She was over Monday and was accom- survives him. There were no children fort time. panied by "Uncle Josh" Swope, the from this union. efficient clerk of the "Lincoln circuit The funeral services were conducted court, who hoped to gain a few point- at Lebanon at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afers by the reading of Clerk Mason's ternoon under the auspices of Marion Commandery Knight Templars, of minutes. Attorney Florencfr and Hill of Stan- which Gov. Knott was a charter memford also had business here the first ber, after which the remains were inday of court. terred in Rider cemetery. te DEERING Binders, flowers, Buggies & Surries that we will make a special price on, as we do not want to'movethem to our new location (Mason Hotel.) Now is the time to get bar gains in BUGGIES. All this work is GUARANTEED. nni-fon- n, i Hay Rakes and Twine. Champion Mowers. HftSELDEN BRGFS. We can save you money let us. you will Good Clothes CONN B Lancaster, Ky. or LOOK! LOOK! Seasons Newest Styles. LOOK! READ! $16.50 suits, black, blue,gray,$l 1.98 8.00 suits, black, blue, gray, $1 2.98 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 T from BUSINESS J. W. Sale Will Continue On & On until entire stock is sold. You can not ford to miss the Great Bargains we are fering in SMITH, st 1) h, Forty-sevent- XXXXXXXXXX OOOOOO0OOOOX Clothing, Shoes, $10.00 flats and $1.98 Fur- - nishing Goods. $12.00 $13.58. retired $2.95. $15.00 $20.00 $18.00 $25.00 TERMS STRICTLY CASH. Rips, Harms & Wipe Lancaster, Kentucky. LOGAN. W. J. Romans, m9B E3I kTaR bB flv The wheat and hay season is at hand and we are in the market for both. We can offer you as complete facilities for handling your products as can be found in Central Kentucky. We will be glad to have your inquiries and will at all times give you the outside market price. We can supply you with new sacks for your grain, and have storage room sufficient to accomodate all products we buy. We carry a large and complete stock of domestic and threshing coal, Kanawha Salt, Red Brick, Portland Cement, Wall Plaster, Sand MR. FARMER: iy!iKt5k. ae E3 elac2fa sHi i'a and all kinds of Field Seeds in season. hope to be favored with a call. We will appreciate a share of your patronage and will use our best efforts to give you prompt service and courteous treatment, JF"3L0 3 We LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. We guarantee OBELISK FLOUR to give you satisfaction, or your money refunded. Phone 26. IS5s2SEsS2S? TheGehthalBscoro incorporated. Issued Weekly. 1.00 5S5S33 f Good Dr. Soap. Criminal Business Set. a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered nt the l'ost Oftice In Lancaster, Mail Matter. as Secoui-CIas- s K.. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., June 23, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements County Offices 10.00 State and District Offices 15.00 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line 10 all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 03 For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 ANNOUNCEMENTS Democratic Ticket. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. For The Legislature. We are authorized to announce J. A. Doty as a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of tie Dem- ocratic party. For The Legislature. We are authorized to announce John M.Farra as a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Legislaturee. We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie as a cardidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of the .? Democratic party. For County Judge. Panama Canal Bond issue was quickly gobbled up at a figure coming We are authorized to announce W. wuth in a fraction of $1.03, and that L. Lawson for sherilT of Garrard $117,000,000 worth of bona fide bids county, subject to the action of the were received, almost three times the amount of the bond issue., Most of democratic party. the bids came from New York banking The crowning of England's King was houses, Chicago coming in for a share, as did San Francisco and Seattle on the attended with more pomp and western coast. than any event that has taken place within the last half century, and The reciprocity bill is leading a prefor months past London has been the carious existence these days in the mecca of only the worshipers of nobility, but not tourists and curiosity seek- Senate, but the indications are strongly for its passage in the near future. ers from all over the world. anThe Colonation proper took place on Senators Lodge and Root have nounced their intention of supporting the 22nd at Westminster Abbey, but bill, whether or not the Root amthe ceremonies attending the noted the endment to it is adopted. Senator event began early in the week and will Nelson of Wisconsin is making continue throughout the week and- - well Knute the bitterest fight on the bill. into next. Of course the crowning of a king is Postmaster General Hitchcock conan event that takes place but once in a ' templates a saving of 9,000,030 lifetime, but all this ado over the event to the Government by a re ad when it does take place makes one justment of the amount paid to railglad that they live in this democratic roads for the transportation of the country, where the inauguration of the mails. A j ears investigation not yet President is a simple event, which con- completed discloses the fact that some sists only of the taking of the oath of roads are being enormously paid for office, and while it attracts a great this s.r ice, while others ate not remany of our own people to Washington ceiving what the work is really worth. at the time, most of them being friends and politicians who are glad "their It seems that the path of Madero is man" won. The entire ceremony con- not to be strewn with roses in Mexico. suming but a day. 'One of his generals, Emiliano Zapato, is the revolutionists, and it The reception given by President and may become necessary for .Madero to Mrs. Taft at the white house on tbe j send Federal troops against him be19th, it being the anniversary of their fore the new rebellion can be supsilver wedding, was in striking con- -. pressed. trast to the functions now in progress in England. While invitations had At Vincennes in France Sunday, been sent out to at least 12,000 people three aviators were killed, one by beand 5,000 of them responded, yet the ing dashed to earth and two burned to reception was thoroughly informal, be- -' death in mid air by exploding gasoline ing held in the open air in the spacious tanks. The occrasion was aeroplane grounds surrounding the white house, races in which fifty machines started. where Mr. and Mrs. Taft stood beneath two of the massive trees and reCandidate Here. ceived their guests. The decorations gold, but conwere abundant, not of Hon. B. F. Hill of Henry County sisting mostly of well arranged elec- candidate for Commissioner of Agricultric lights and flags. The refreshments ture was in town Tuesday. Mr. Hill is were not served from golden platters, a good democrat a"nd a fine speaker. l but they were substantial and plenti- He made a .political speech here ful, and ofisuch a character as would some three years ago. be served at the home of any gentleman in this democratic country. Getting Proud. For Sheriff. 000 mag-nificense an-nua- ly J. J. Pursley left us a few cakes The case of the Commonwealth Vs of his good Creme Soap and it is cer- Jt JIUUUI OUU illllUU Willi IIIU HIMUI tainly good. You can see in this issue j of Ben Gumn in March, has been set of the Record, the names of the deal- for Monday July 1st, as has all other I FARMERS Save yourself from heavy lifting by using a FOLDING SWEEP j Broken in health and spirit and in Wc are authorized to annonnpo fM:iv- - his declining years forced to seek comton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- -' fort from a foreign people and upon a tj- iuugc ui uaiiaiu vuuiiuj Duujctk lu foreign shore, Diaz still the action of the democratic party. evinces that strong spirit that enabled him to bring Mexico from a land of For Sheriff. bandits and peons to be one of the lead- Lancaster is putting on airs. The court house is receiving a coat of white paint, the faces of the clocks are to be regilded, and by Saturday night the lights will again be turnad on at the light plant and we hope to be able to tell the time of day even at night. Married In Covington. only child. Charion McNable, and niece Carrie Moore, she gives the residue of her estate for the Carrie A. Nation Home for drunkard's wives and widows at Kansas City, Kansas. The book of her life and all rights thereunder goes to W. C. T. U. of Kansas. Mrs. Nation published "the Hatchet" for sometime, and previous to her last iliness was dramatizing the story of her arrests in Washington, which was to have been presented in a theatre of that city in May. Perhaps the most memoi able episode of her hatchet expedition was when she smashed the bar in the Union Station in Washington, when sne threw three hatchets which were labeled Faith, Hope, and Charity. It is said that every saloon that felt the blow of her weapon was either licensed falsely or unlicened. The management of a saloon in the Capitol City, ofFered her five hundred dollars at one time to "smash it," . they desired advertisement. In her will she requests that her body be burned in Belton, Md. Mrs. Nation was erratic, but generous and many charities in her home city have been largely benefited by her gifts. Ex. Must Report. ers who are handling it. Dr. Pursley criminal business. sold over 200 gross M the soap last Don't Forget Us. week and his business is increasing all the time. Mr. J. E. Stormes handles Monday is county court. Come in all the Doctor's remedies. n JC',J and pay us your subscription, or if you m ff" are not a subscriber, call around and , aW tr . . A Welcome Rain. T- I give us a dollar and become one, or if j KL, J VA Rain began about ten o'clock Sunday you are a subscriber and do not owe Aygsrjyr-frnight and continued throughout the us, just drop in anyway. The latch night, not a heavy washing rain, but string is lost and we are always glad just a steady downpour, every drop of to see you. which penetrated the thirsty earth. Trade Ediiion. This rain meansthousands of dollars in the pockets of Garrard county farThe Winchester Democrat came out mers; it enabled those who were await-int- r Tuesday with a twenty six page, three a season to finish their tobacco section "Industrial and Progressive setting, gave that already set a fine Edition", which was a daisy. It was start, helped oats and corn and in fact not only brimming over with news, as a great Labor Saver. was a God send to all vegetation. And that sheet always is. but it had a big then it cleared away and by Tuesday lot of catchy advertisements of the Let us show you the Doin Swinging Hay Stacker, Wolter A. Wood the hum of the binder was heard anc merchants of that thrifty and busy by the end of the week the wheat crop city. It also contained a splendid ond Dain Mowers. will be harvested in the county. write up of the men, matters and affairs of the "Queen City of the Blue Carrie Nation's Will. Grass." The will of Mrs. Carrie A. Nation Call and see us. Infant Dies. was filed in the Prabate Court of Washington, D. C. last Saturday. At 10 o'clock Tuesday morning a litAfter remembering generously her tle son came to brighten the lives of i r- - "T3 V.-- -- l . ji'" 3A 'SJ Standard Binder Twine 8c per lb C& Mayor and Mrs. H. T. Logan, but sojourn in this vale of tears was of J. R. MOUNT, SON his CO. mmannM I J short dui'ation, scarcely an hour elapsing ere the little soul returned to the God who gave it. All that was mortal of the tiny infant was placed at rest in the Lancaster cemetery at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening. The heartfelt sympathy of the entire community goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Logan in tbeir bereavement. Masonic ALL THE TTu'R 1 MF "NT Inspection. Maj. R. M. Collier accompanied by Mr. W. H. Seaton came down from Cynthiana Tuesday and on that night inspected Lancaster Chapter No. 56 Royal Arch Masons. They found the Chapter in splendid condition in every Will be at the GREAT LANCASTER FAIR on respect. Mr. Collier is well acquainted and has a host of friends in Lancaster, having for several years been located here as supenntenuent lor tnc Ky. Uistu-- j lery & Warehouse Co. at the Miller Distillery. Sheep Ruling. 'I -- L.U On account of an impression being ing nations of the earth. We are authorized to announce C. A. The grand old man last week sailed Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of from Santander for Paris where he is Garrard County, subject to the action ' to seek medical advice for an abscess, of the Democratic party. from which he has long been suffering. He at last broke the silence which he For Assessor. has heretofore maintained, and stated that he surrendered his power in We are authorized to announce Dave Mexico in order to avoid the at least a C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor year of fratricidal bloodshed which of Garrard county subject to the ac- would necessarily follow the putting tion of the democratic party. down of the insurrection. He further stated that he would never return to that country except in case of dire For Sheriff. necessity, and then with rifle in hand. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff Rome was not built in a day, and of Garrard county, subject to the ac- while we have made considerable tion of the democratic party. strides since the building of Rome, yet we have not yet reached the advanced stage where railroads are built in a For Magistrate. day. But be patient, our electric line We. are authorized to announce is going to be built, and we believe it John N. White as a candidate for is going to be built through Garrard Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- county too. Every thing touching on rard county, subject to the action of the proposed route is being carefullj the democratic party. watched and we do not propose to bt caught napping. Latest advices to the Development Association officers For Railroad Commissioner. are that the representatives of the We are authorized to announce Wm. company who propose to build the road F. Klair as a candidate for Railroad will start on a prospecting tour over Commissioner of Second district, sub- the various proposed routes in the midject to the action of the Democratic summer, probably in August In the meantime let us leave no word unsaid, party. nothing undone that will be of assistance to the county in securing this exFor County Judge. tension. Other people are helping us,' are authorized to announce let us help ourselves. We James A. Beazley as a candidate for That the integrity ofthe credit of County Judge of Garrard county, subto the action of tfie Democratic the United States is undisputed is atject tested to by the fact that the $50,000,- party. A press dispatch from Frankfort Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller have re- says: For the first time in the history turned from Covington where they of rural schools County School Superwent to attend the marriage of their intendents will have to make monthly son, Mr. Joseph Miller, which took reports to the Superintendent of Pubplace at St. Jonn's church in that city lic Instiuction of the condition of the at 8:30 o'clock on the morning of June County Board Treasury. The report 14th to Miss Louise Knockelman. The will show the cash on hand at the close happy young couple went at once to of the preceding month, receipts durhousekeeping in a house which the ing the month, warrants issued and groom had already prepared. unpaid at close of month, deficit at The attendants were Miss Anna Mil- close of month, deficit at close of preler of this place, sister of thp groom ceding month, total, warrants issued and Mr. John Knockelman, brother of ; and unpaid at close of preceding month, the bride. The bride was clad in warrants issued during month and cash white and carried a large bunch of on hand at close of month. The re white roses, Miss Miller likewise wore ports Will be filed with the Department white and carried pink roses. of Education. Superintendent Regen-stei- n Joe Miller until a few years ago redecided on this method of keepsided here with his parents and he has ing in touch with the County Board a host of friends in Lancaster who will Treasury after State Inspector and Exwish to him and his bride a long and aminer McKenzie R. Todd had inspecthappy life. ed the offices of the county School Superintendents. Heretofore the County Press Association. School Superintendents did not make The press T)oys are gathered at Cer- any report of the treasury unless called ulean Springs this week and are not upon to do so by the Fiscal Court of only enjoying a literary feast, but if the county, and in some of the counreports in the daily papers are to be ties inspected by Mr. Todd the Supercredited they are living on the fat of intendent had never been called upon the land, spring chicken in abundance for such a report. With such reports and all the perquisites that go with being filed monthly with the Departthat toothsome dish. ment of Education the money matters We very much regret that the Record of the rural schools will be put on a is not represented, but the Editor is business basis. .Hereafter teachers for also an attorney and as our circuit the rural schools will be elected in ev- -. court is in session it is impossible for ery county in the State on June 24, him to attend, however our lieart is which means that over 8,000 teachers with the boys and we hope that the will get certificates to teach on that next meeting will not conflict with date. The rural teachers are selected other matters and prevent us from at- by the Trustees of the Division Board -tending. in each county. general over the state that under the ruling of the Department of Agriculture all lambs must be dipped before being shipped, Dr. A. J. Payne, in charge of the fight on sheep scabies in this state, has asked the newspapers to state that the rule is that lambs from infected flocks must be dipped before being shipped. Lambs from non-infect- flocks can be shipped in- without dipping but they must be spected. A family reunion was held Sunday the home of Judge and Mrs: M. D. Hughes. The children of this popular couple who graced the festival board where Mrs. Percy Noland and children of Seattle Washington Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes and little daughter Mar-- 1 garet Elkin Hughes of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hughes and little son Frank Saufley Hughes, of this city. A most bountiful dinner was served and made inviting by being arranged in courses. The absence of Mr. Percy Noland of Seattle detracted much from the pelasant gathering. Farm For Sale. We will sell privately 500 acres of the best blue grass land in Garrard county belonging to the estate of Wm. A. Burton, deceased.. Farm will either be sold to one purchaser or we will divide it to suit the purchaser in farms of from 25 to 500 acres. 400 acres of this land will raise tobacco and all of is good land. It has five houses and six good tobacWell watered and fence co barns on in good condition. For further information, call or address, R. L. or W. B. Burton. Lancaster, Ky, it Mat Cohen, Billie Schropshrire, John Smiley, Clarence Harris, Mack Hughes, Bud Jrmes, Abe Coleman, Charlie Cecil, Dick Scudder, "Walter Walker, Carroll Bailey, Bob Walker, Edgar Doty and many others will be on at hand with the greatest bunch of show animals ever yet exhibited at a fair. Look out for that big Bob Walker and don't be afraid. The Lancaster Fair this year has the largest premium list ever offered and some of the rings only allow Garrard county stock to enter. it Dinner will be served on the ground by Lancaster people and a good dinner is assured. -0 I Catalogues will be ready in a short time,, r - rM Z w .- .- j. &fcj PERFECT CONFIDENCE IF I HAD ECZEMA. 3 Anothw Matter. Lancaster People Have Good Reason for S . Do To To To Complete "Reliance. 1 . you know how else can. find quick relief from backache; Yes, If I had any kind ot skin trou correct distressing urinary ills; ble I'D USE D. D. D. All Druggists. I'd wash it away with that mild, soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, 25c Relieves all kinds of skin trouble, cleansing away the impurities and clearing up the complexion as nothing 0k Ay mA SI hH ifehH BBHn wKZOk tf PuiiLSE Ok0I 93 fSS9 tB 1W y ISj v??B flPwn t&hH assist sick kidneys? There's one way your neighbors know-H- ave Mt. Hebron Little Lillian Dunn is on the sick list. used Doan's Kidney Pills; Mr. Have proved their worth in many tests.' Here's Lancaster testimony. George Wright, Stanford St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "I have never known of a better kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills. Last fall my back ached a great deal and my kidneys were badly disordered, the kidney secretions being scanty and painful in passage. I fortunately had Doan's Kidney Pills brought to my attention and getting a box at Frisbie's Drug Store, I began their use. They relieved me promptly and in return for the benefit I received, I am willing that my name should be used in recommending them. My advice to all sufferers from kidney trouble is to give .Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." UNION. Mr. W. T. Dunn, of Crosbyton, Tex. is visiting relatives here. Mrs. Beasley who has been very sick is reported much betterat this writing. Elizabeth Murphy a student of the school at Berea is at home for the summer. Robert Murphy a student of Berea College has gone to Ashville, N. C. for and Mrs. Will Grow and little daughter Lucy, were with his father Mr. W. N. Grow Sunday. Auther Mesdames A. S. Dean, One Girl Why do you insist upon Montgomeay and little son Roy, have marrying Lighter? He isn't to be returned from a visit with relatives in trusted. Lexington. The Other Girl Why, I'd trust him Rev. W. D. More, of Lawrenceburg with my life. "But 1 mean that he is not to be who has just returned from a trip to trusted with anything valuable that the Holy Land, is expected here to lecture the latter part of this month. ar er" Misses Lunsford and Dillinger and On the Wrong Ly. Mrs. Bertany Lunsford, of Danville, were the gu sts of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. John Hamm Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Eddie Preston and Miss Francis Sherrow both of this place drove to Harrodsburg last Wednesday and were united in wedlock. May rich blessings MONEY ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD OUT. WORTH OF HIGH GRADE SHOES, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, SUIT CASES, and TRUNKS to be SOLD OUT at LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST. attend their pathway. Messrs Dickersons and E. Duncan, of Nicholasville, Mrs. Wm. Holtzclaw and Nannie Coulter, of Lexington, Miss Etta Sears and Garrett Edwards; of Harrodsburg, attended the burial of Mr. J. F. Montgomery at the family burying ground in this vicinity last Thursday afternoon. BUKNA ren Successors to Sallee & Crow. Caldwell & Lanier Old Stand. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. VISTA " Nothing Reserved. ?S,'i' 13 entire stock must be sold. . Everything Must Go. nrllip The Misses Walton's of Louisville the summer. are here for a while. Mr. Earnest Beaumont, of Fairland, Miss Mary Norwood of Sheffield Ind,, who has been visiting his aunt, Alabama is the guest of J. W. Askins. Mrs. C. W. Murphy for the past two Mr. and Mrs. Johnson spent Sunday weeks has returned home. with Mrs. Johnson's brother at Circus Season Here. i . Wil-mor- e. RHEUMATISM B.-Tested UfllU iuavy VS o H HUH jiNl uuibG 1 at 9 a. in. Cured by the Marvel of the Century, B. B. and Jennings. Mrs. John Davis and children of Aching bones, swollen joints permaHaggard are with her parents Mr. and nently cured through the blood with pure Botanical ingredients. To prove Mrs. C. F. Ison. James Scott wife and mother of it we will send you a SAMPLE Jessamine were guests of Will Scott TREATMENT FREE. If you have bone prans, sciatic or and wife Sunday. shooting pains up and down the leg, Misses Mary Belle McCan and Daisy aching back or shoulder blades, swol- Dean of Lexington are guests of Mrs. len joints or swollen muscles, difficulty Hugh Christopher. in moving around so you have to use The C. E. social given last Friday crutches; blood thin or skin pale; skin evening was largely attended and was itches or burns; shifting pains; bad a very enjoyable occasion. breath: lumbago, gout, take Botanic Mrs. William Johnson from near Blood Balm (B. B. B.) which will reDanville visited her sister Mrs. John move every symptom, because B. B. Johnson one day last week. B. sends a rich, tingling flood of warm Rev. I. Cline of Berea held the rich pure blood direct to the paralized nerves, bones and joints, giving quarterly meeting Saturday and Sunwarmth and strength just where it is day in the abseme of Rev. Steatton. Miss Vanetta Spoonamore has reneeded, and in this way making a perfect lasting cure of Rheumatism in all turned to her home after a visit to her its forms. B. B. B. has made thous- aunt Mrs. Johnson and other relatives. ands of cures of rheumatism after all Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown of Lanother medicines, liniments and doctors caster attended church here Sunday have failed to help or cure. Druggists and dined with Mr. Brown's sister Mrs. or by express, $1.00 per large bottle, S. W. Poor. with directions for home cure, Sample Mr. and Mrs. Congleton of Polly's sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Bend spent from Saturday until MonAtlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble day with the family of Robert Rose and free medical advice given. Sold near Bryantsville. bv F. P. Frisbie. Miss Mattie Sherrow of this place was united in marriage to Mr. W. A.' P. YE. BUCK Caruthers, Sunday June 11th at the Hon. J. O. Bogie was in Frankfort Methodist parsonage at Salvisa. The young couple is with Mr. and Mrs. last week. Cow Peas and Millet seed for sale. Charles Scott near Salvisa, good wishes are extended. The groom is not yet Hudson & Hughes. Phone 2G. 19 and the bride under eighteen. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown were visitors in Lancaster the first of the week. Messrs. John and Clyde Watts left Friday to enter the Normal school at Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ray and daughter spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Luther Raney. Little Miss Lavern Dickerson, of Lancaster, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Miles, of Somerset, are with his parents Mr. and Mrs, M. C. Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long left Monday for Cincinnati where she will have for 30 Years. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Newton of Bur-gi- n have been visiting Mesdames Pryor FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. U3HSS of TnlS Mighty Slaughter. Sale Opens Saturday, We are Confronted with a serious business problem. The unexpected sometimes happens. Owing to the backward season and disastrous weather conditions we are heavily overstocked and the stock must be sold Therefore we are compelled to sacrifice every article in our store. Cash is King. Gash' we must have, no matter how great the cost, therefore we will place our entire stock on sale to be sold out in ten days. Nothihg like it before. Nothing like it may ever occur again. Suggestion for a trick if the barber can do his part Entire stock to be sold out in ?3c. Wait For This Big Sale. The stock is now being remarked. No attention will be paid to what the goods actually cost, as we will cut and slash prices to sell it quickly. In some cases $1. will do the work of $5. elsewhere; by no means miss this giand opportunity. Its an event that seldom comes. We are marking the goods at prices that will be the talk of Danville for years. We will claim supremacy in value giving fjr 100 miles around and leave the verdict with the people. June 24, at 9 a.m. The most extraordinary sale that has ever been attempted in the State of Kentucky. We advise prompt action, so be on hand when we open the doors. Assurance Doubly Sure. TEN DAYS. Sale Opens Saturday, June 24th5 at 9 o'clock a. m. Sale Opens Saturday, June 24th, 1911, at 9 a. m. FARKS 5 HENDREN, Danville, Kentucky. CONDITIONS OF "You have returned from abroad, but I don't see any foreign checks on your baggage." "No; my wife pinned them on her cloak and the dog's blanket." Golf Term. re-arran- ALE. ge All goods sold for CASH. Our name stands back of every purchase. To avoid any misunderstanding, bring store. Sale opens Saturday, this add with you. Our store is now closed to Mark Down Stock and June 24th, at 9 a. m. Come to this sale expecting the greatest bargains you ever saw or heard of. We assure you that your expectations will be realized. Come early and get first choice. Commissioner's Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. - IBP1 ' Read! Read! Prices Wrecked In Every Line. Men's Shoe Department. Lot No 1. Mens Work shoes. These QQ shoes sold for $2. closing out price- Lot No 2. Mens heavy work shoes (fr 1 OQ --? These sold for $2.50. Going for . . S . Lot No 3. Mens fine shoes in all styles and kinds. These sold for 3. While QO OL thpv last Lot No 4. Mens shoes that sold for $3.50, now shoes M CLQ Lot No 5. Mens high-grad- e that sold for $4. closing out price. vp Lot No 6. Mens extra fine shoes (ho A O that sold for $5, closing out price J-- James I. Hamilton & Others vs Speed Mason & Others Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered in the above styled cause at its November Plaintiff Ladies shoes that sold for $4, closing out price Lot No 5. Ladies extra fine shoes (fcOIQ ' that sold for $5, closing out price H' Lot No 4. .$.198 $1.50 dress shirts now 75c mens underwear now 50c mens underwear now $1.50 mens union suits now term, 1910, the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY J ' Boys and Childrens Shoes. $1.50 boys shoes $2.50 boys shoes now $3.00 boys shoes now $1. and $150 childrens shoes now $1.75 children's shoes now $2.50 children's shoes now JUNE 26, 1911 her eyes treated. Misses Jennie and Mamie Dickerson and brother attended preaching at Bethel Sunday and were guests of the Misees Lay ton. The following composed a party to High Bridge Tuesday, the Misses Dickerson and brother, Miss Ola Luttrell and the Messrs Watts and sister. Quite a number of relatives and friends met at the home of Mrs. Hill to celebrate with her, her seventy fourth birthday. There were seventy three present to partake of the bountiful dinner which was spread and served in the beautiful yard of her home in an old time picnic style. Her only schoolmate present was Mrs. MarRo-linda tha Anderson. We hope that Mrs. Hill will live to see and enjoy many more such happy birthdays. A Ckarming Woman. s. -- is one who is lovely in face, form, mind and temper. But its hard for a woman to be charming without health. A weak, sickly woman will be nervous and irritable. Constipation and kidney poisons show in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. But J2Ieetric 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 t skin, lovely complexion and perfect ', health. Try them. 50c at R. E. Mr, Roberts '& Son. ,1--m this date being County Court day between the hours of twelve o'clock noon and two p. m., sell at public 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 isthe 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 judgment. to-w- it, two-sevent- h, 7) 2-- ..98c $1.39 .$1:48 v)atO $1.48 A hard day on the links. Her Eyes Fell. Ladies' Shoe Department'. Lot No 1. Ladies white canvas slip- - AQ.r. pers that sold for $1.50, closing out at O Lot No 2. Ladies shoes. These shoes Qp snlrl for Si. SO. rlnsind out nrines . . . . v7V- Lot No 3. Ladies fine shoes that sold for $3, to close out ..38c ..98c Mens collars now. 15c mens hose now---- . 7o 10c handkerchiefs, white, blue or red, now 3c Mens fine silk web suspenders now 19c fancy hose now Mens high-grad- e 19c $2 mens hats now 48c $3 mens hats now 50c and $1, boys straw hats now Mens 35c straw hats now Mens $1 straw hats now $1.50 suit cases now $3.50 trunks now 98c 39c 19c 79c 10c 98c 24o 14c $1,39 Cpl.Oy Men's Furnishing Goods Dep't. 39c Best make work shirts now 39c Dress shirts now- $1 dress shirts now 69c 39c ."..... 98c $2.48 Hundreds of other articles; come and pick them out. TERMS. This sale will be made on a credit of six months time with interest at six per cent per annum from date of sale 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 duo. J. A. AMON, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit -- A Dreadful Wound Free Trip to Danville to all purchasers of $15. or over for a Ra dius of Twenty Five Miles. Entire Stock To Be Sold Out. Store Closed WANTED! 10 Shoe Salesmen. 10 Shoe. Salesladies. Successors to Sallee & Crow, Caldwell -- Court jgft June 5, 1911. R. H. Tomlinson Atty for Plaintiff. from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail, fireworks, o: of any other nature, de mands prompt treatment with Bncklen's Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest,, surest healer for all such wounds as also for Burns, Boils, Sores, Skin Eruptions, Eczema, Chapped Hands, Corns or Piles. 25c at R. ErMcRoberts & Son -- PARKS & HENDREN & to mark and re-arran- ge this gigantic stock. Positively no goods sold or no one allowed in the build- Lanier old 10 Furnishing Goods Men Applyat Once. stand. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Sale Opens Sat, June 24. at 9 a.m. .v. ing until. Sat., June 24th. i- -- .. r- - t . -- ' ARKSBUltX. Mr. Blanks and son of Lincoln county vifited his brother Sunday. Cow Peas and Millet seed for "sale Hudson & Hughes. Phone 26. Misses Mary and Cyrena Dunn of Danville have been visiting Mrs. C. C. Cable. Miss Georgia Dunn has been to Eddy-vill- e where she has' been doing prison 'notice of democratic SELECTION. PRIMARY B. F. HUDSON, How I Became an J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest President ORGANIZED 1SS3. Ibr Instance vviiiiifpi take four features of the Archaeologist By ARNOLD L. TINKAM Copyright by American Press Asso- The Democratic voters of Garrard County are hereby notified that a Primary Election will be held by order of the Democratic County Committee in Te Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Visible Models 10 and 11 of the ciation. 1911. work. Remington Typewriter Column Selector Adding and Subtracting Mechanism Tabulator Set Key Built In Tabulator which are absolutely new, entirely original, fundamentally important, and afford conclusive evidence of Mesdames Holtzclaw and Am Bourne of Lancaster have been visiting Mrs. Nelson Marcee. Mr. and Mrs. Mote Robinson spent several days at Richmond visiting their son Mr. Frank Robinson. Miss Kay Jenkins gave a hayride last Tuesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Reid of California. Mrs. Noah Marcee has returned from Nicholasville where she has been to visit Mrs. Jake Carpenter. Rev. Mahan and wife have returned from Mt Tabor where he has been to fill an appointment at that place. Misses Ruth and Martha Dye of Middleburgh are expected Sunday to be with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Swope for several days was a boy and studied Latin 1 read stories about ancient Rome that gave me an unconquerable desire to see the Eternal City. I wished to visit the chasm, or at least the place where it was, into which Quiutus Curtius leaped on horseback, the remaining pillars of the temple erected vto the two beautiful strangers, Castor and Fol-luwho watered their horses in the forum after the battle of Lake Itegillus, and the bridge that Horatius defended so valiantly. There was no prospect of my ever visiting Italy, for I had not the means even to take me to col"When I x, stay. n Mr. John Boner and wife of Bryants-vill- e Dr. Rose and wife of Camp-Nelso- were .entertained at a six o'clock dinner a few evenings ago by Mrs. C. C. Cable. enduring Remington leadership Mrs. J. W. Woods and Lucile Woods Remember that we guarantee your satisfaction !l I I I Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated) Louisville, Ky. v J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer OUlce Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. of Lexington came over from Lexing ton Tuesday to make a several days visit at the home of her father Mr. T. D. Chesnut. In order to affiliate with the Mt. Hebron church the time for meeting has been changed to the first and third Sunday. The business meeting of the church will be on the Saturday before the third Sunday of each month. Mrs. Margaret Sutton's dwelling house narrowly escaped being burned on Monday of last week during an electric storm, when the lightning came down the chimney played across the room to some hat and suit boxes that were stacked in one corner. When Miss Sutton entered the room she discovered the boxes on fire one of the bottom boxes was torn into fragments scattered about the room. Mr. John Sutton who was standing in the doorway when the lightning struck felt the shock distinctly in one arm. Wins Fight For Life. It was a long life and bloody battle B. for Mer-sho- n, that was waged by James HELLO! IS THAT Beazley Phone or call on us C&, Haselden? IN- Do you write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? YES. at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. 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 ;was unable to work. Death seemed close on my heels, when I began three weeks ago, to use Dr. King'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, hav fever or any throat or lung trouble its supreme. 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m HENS5to9cts jr The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon tvSrN our lands for any purpose whatever as 1 we will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and 1 Fishermen especially take notice. Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra Ed & N B Price W S Ferguson W A Price E F Herring ' iPb-R-n ft ymK S L Rich 1 W S Embry Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels Just received a lot of good lime H C Arnold I have never seen a woman with and a car load of Portland Cement D B Anderson H C Hamilton, W G Anderson, good sense but who lhad beauty which we will sell at a reasonable G Y Conn L H Brown enough to make herself highly price. T W Conn J G Conn agreeable. If you wish to see faces Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. J G Clark Dr. W Burnett light up with joy and' satisfaction Red Ash Jellico Coal, best on the Mrs Maggie Boulden market. See us for Thrashing Coal. C G Gay W K Leavell just drop in among the "customers John Boian E Dunn Good block 12cts. atR. S. BROWN'S CASH STORE, Mrs. Mackie McGrath. E G Hammock R. E. Thompsan Lancaster, Ky. Booth Thompson W. Simpson J. fel&feyEizzL A BETSY'S POINTERS Roosters 4 to 44cts. Young Ducks 8 to Oc Eggs, 9 to Octs. - Turkeys 8cts. Coal from 0 to 13cts in yard, lc more del. POSTED H. B. NORTHCOTT, Monuments of all kinds and of 'the DEPOT STREET. BEST MATERIAL. Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed A representative of our Company will be at the Kengarlan Hotel in Lancaster, every county court day. Papsr Cleaning. Don't Repaper this season. Have your HARRIS 6c WHEELER, KENTUCKY. PljfIl EASY AND SAFE TO USE NICHOLASVILLE, Paper Gleaned. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. INEXPENSIVE. A .VAA ONE S aigi J. J. Faulkner. Phone 340. Lancaster, Ky. KILLS LICE ON ALL LIVE STOCK, ROP Fruit and Shade Trees DISINFECTS. CLEANSES. PURIFIES. It has so many uses that It Is A necessity on everyJara. Strawberry Plants, CURES and PREVENTS GAPES Asparagus, Blacker- white diarrhoea and other chick diseases. ries. Raspberries, One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Roses, Rhubarb,NoEtc. Agts. Catalogue. for Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ot this medicine on band. Ask for free booklet on , Diseases of Fowls." down the throat of a "srapey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops In the drinking tater CURES MANGE, SCAB, "RINGWORM, SCRATCHES dDBBBBBsV'V&-iBSBBHH9 A Check on The But I was a good deal of a dreamer, and, my fancy getting fixed ou my obGarrard Bank ject, I couldn't turn it upon anything 1911. Second: In said Primary election, else. The only practical result was a Trust Co., to "save up," as children put any known Democrat who is a legal resolve it, with a view to getting enough mon- voter in the Precinct where he offers to is a check on your payey to take me to Rome, keep me there vote, on the day thereof, or who will ments. When it comes Ions cnoueu to get a hurried view of be' a legal voter in said precinct at the bring me back to you it is an what I wished to see and regular November election 1911 shall be back to America. receipt for By the time I was eighteen years entitled to vote. your money. Payment Third: The officers required to hold old I had acquired this amount I suppose I should have spent it in starting said election shall be appointed by the by check is a check on me upon a college education, but I did Democratic County Committee for Garspending, to. You think not. I bought a second class ticket on rard County Ky., and shall be divided twice before drawing a check. And the second thought ofproa ship crossing the Atlantic and as nearly equally as possible as to Judceeding through the Mediterranean to ges, clerks and Sheriffs, among the ten results in your not drawing it all. Open an account Naples. I remained at Naples long and you'll save in spite of yourself. various candidates, and where the canenough to visit rompeii. then went by didates shall furnish a list of names for rail to Rome. At first I was disappointed in getting election officers, as they are entitled into a modern commercial city, but to do by law, the said election officers when I struck some of the landmarks shall be selected from said lists, and of ancient Rome the rantheon, the said lists shall be furnished by said canarches of Constantino and Titus, the didates not less than days before Coliseum I was not long in forgetting the date of said primary election. The the modern in my rapture over the an election officers when appointed shall cient. When I had exhausted Rome notified by the secretary of the itself I was seized with a desire to be County Committee and requested to visit its environs. I had read of the Campagna as it was when covered serve. Each candidate in said primary election shall be entitled to a challen with farms and villas. OF LANCASTER. But by the time I had seen Rome it- ger and inspector, and the same self my money was all gone. I hadn't person may act as both challenger and Capital enough even to buy a return trip ticket inspector, and the name of such was stranded in a for- challenger or inspector shall be to America. I A. R. DENNY, President eign country. What could I da,? submitted to the said committee or genius J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't What did I do? I followed the of archaeology tlfat was strong within the Chairman thereof and his apS. C. DENNY, Cashier. me. Reading a notice in a newspaper pointment certified by the said ChairJ. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, that an excavating party was to make man, and the certiflca" e of the Chaira search for the ruins of a certain villa man of his selection shall entitle the some fifty miles from the city, I hired said challenger or inspector to admisSafety Deposit Boxes For Rent. myself as a digger to the archaeologist sion to said voting Precincts. in charge, went with him and dug with Fourth: Said primary election shall WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. the rest In his reading he had hit be held in all respects as required by upon a description of the site, but holding of primary eleclaw for t'-Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. could only confirm his views by burtions, and a uniform ballot shall be Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. rowing in the ground. In other words, he must hunt for that for which he used in every precinct. The precinct ballot boxes and all returns shall be was looking. We dug three days, at the end of made to the chairman of the County which time my employer gave up the Committee at the Court House in Lansearch. During this time I put in my caster Kentucky within the time respade here and there on niy own ac- quired by law and on the next day count, with no result. When the parthe County Committee shall ty went back to Rome I asked for my thereafter meet at the Court House and canvass pay, a few lira, and they returned without me. I had seen a stone pro- the returns and certifiy the name of jecting from the soil at some distance the successful candidate to the proper from where wo were digging that seem- officer to be placed under the Demoed to me to have been artificially shap- cratic device of the Democratic party ed, and I wished to investigate It on the ballot at the general November As soon as the party were gone I 'election 1911. began to dig about this stone. I found The precinct election officers shall that it rested on another, to which it make returns to the Chairman, of the was fixed by mortar. This in turn rested on another. Then I came to a County Committee, the ballots shall be wall. I followed the wall for a dozen preserved in the boxes, which shall feet and came to an angle. The top be locked and one key kept by one of the wall was five or six feet from Judge and another key by another the surface, and I was not likely to Judge, but in case the candidates shall find anything of value at a less depth. have furnished lists from which the James B. Williams, Sec. I dug all day, and as the evening was officers have been selected, the Judges George Moran, Pres. coming on, some ten feet below the holding the keys must have been taken surface, my spade struck something hard. I shuddered, for by this time I from different lists. Fifth: Any democrat who is legally knew that I was liable to ruin a treas Lancaster, Kentucky. ure. These villas were oruamentea qualified to hold said office, desiring to statues some of them very bea- become a candidate before said primary with utifuland every year they are found. election, and to have his name printed I had with me a scoop and, throwing on the ballot for said election, shall on down my spade, began to dig about or before 12 o'clock midnight of June the hard substance with the smaller 15 1911, deposit with the Chairman or implement. It was round. In a few IHrJ frtiJlfriJ.HTf5Jlr5Iirg. !EfHUSimdl1rlafrf5Jg Secretary of said Committee the sum minutes I uncovered a marble head. Had I discovered a mine of inex- of seventy five dollars for the purpose haustible gold I could not have been of defraying the expense of said prima- IMi THE MORE YOU INVESTIGATE more delighted. I scooped away ry election, and such deposit shall conenough earth to tell me that I had stitute notice to the Committee of the found a statue. But it was by this desire of such candidate to have his time too late to look any further. I name printed on said ballot for said threw back the loose earth, , marked election. In the event there is a surthe spot with a stake and hurried away from the fever stricken Cam- plus remaining from the amounts so pagna that I might not be caught there deposited, it shall be returned to the said candidates, and in the event there after nightfall. The next morning I went to the ar- is a deficit, said candidates in said prithe more you will be CONVINCED that you chaeologist who had- conducted the mary shall be assessed pro rata to search and told him of Tny find. It make up said deficit want to use it. Sold by all Grocers would have been illegal for me to reSixth: In the event no more than move the statue myself, and I preone candidate shall have qualified as ferred to proceed under his superinand gives Satisfaction to all tendence. He was as much delighted herein set out and made said deposit of at my luck as I was myself. We start- Seventy five dollars within the time who use it. ed at once for the hole I had dug, required, then the said Committee removed the loose earth and exposed shall meet and declare such candidate the marble. We could tell nothing to be the nominee of the Democratic about It except that the face was very party for said office, and the amount beautiful. so paid shall be returned to him. The We dug about the statue till we could see that it was the figure of a order on the ballot in which the names woman, the drapery being ancient Ro- of the candidates shall be printed shall be determined by lot, in the presence man. Lancaster, Kentucky. The archaeologist before leaving of the candidate, at the time of such Rome had left word for workmen to drawing of which time and place each raUIQlMreUlifTaiai follow, and when they arrived the of such candidates shall be given statue was removed. It proved to be reasonable notice to be present of great value. I had struck the site Seventh: It is ordered that notice of of the villa for whifih wo had searched, and other articles were found in it, said primary election be posted and adthough none In as good condition as vertised as required by law. By order of the Democratic County this. I received a remuneration for SPECIAL EXCURSION my find, but what I valued more was Committee for Garrard County Kenbeing taken as a student by the man tucky, this the 20th day of May 1911. who had employed me to dig for him. JAMES CLARK, I spent a number of years under hl3 D. C. C. Chairman Pro-tetuition and by my own efforts have mucontributed to the contents of the E. B. Ray, Sec'ty. seums in no small degree. A Copy Attest: E. B. Ray. Sec'ty Dem.. Co., Com. lege. pursuance to the resolutions adopted by the said Committee and under the Primary Election law, in the following manner First: A primary election will be held in each and every voting precinct throughout Garrard county Kentucky, between the hours of six o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., standard time on Saturday July 1, 1911, under and pursuant to the primary election law of the State of Kentucky, and under and pursuant to the regulations adopted by the Democratic Couuty Committee as herein set out, for the purpose of nominating a Democratic Candidate for y representative for Garrard County in the General Assembly of Kentucky, to be voted for at the General State Election to be held in November to-w- it: CAPITAL; $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. r. Business Solicited. S. Prompt Attention. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Ken-tnck- T 5 The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Book-Keepe- e Lancaster Colored Fair AUGUST 11th and 12th, 1911. .- ins v Glen Lily Flour, - Garrard Milling Co. TOlMIli:MrgJar5JanlJiW m CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, June 18th. Work WillSwi Start. Hm!m!!i1 SPECIAL TRAIN .50 Destroys All Disease G?rms DRIVES AWAY FLIES after you take Dr. King's New Life Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their fine results. Oakdaie Herd of Raund Trip Raima1 Trip Hakes 12 Gallons ef Mediclae. Write free H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky., vosauT R. . McRoberts & Son. SEND FOK FREB BOOKLETS J. R. Mount, Son &Co Constipation and indigestion vanish and fine appetite returns. They regulate stomach, liver and bow- Royal blood and splendid individuality. els and impart new strength and enFall boars and gilts for sale. ergy to the whole system. Try them. Only 25c atR. E, McRoberts & Son J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. 1-- m Registered Durocs Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. c S TT ?.-l Vi & -- , r- - - iA L-i- -- r .iSigysi-BS- ! ay c Lyiytz7ra.gsr,&aggyraqF;3.r7 frgyy. TTyy77CTf?ygRfpnatralsr -- ' J HEPVIHIHBB!- i jf. 1 tiTJJf- gxjTrEA 4 HjfiHaBySg MBS S&53 g ii'HI WHY COMPLAIN WITH YOU FEET NOW? GROVBR'S Qomfort 1 QtlQ er drn iKSrsaES3r53LE?3auSsarEivjS5aeijSSJ'C6ki Light From Sugar. This phenomenon, the cause of which has not vet been satisfactorily explained, may be observed when disks ui iuai sugar are raounteu on a lathe and rapidly rotated while a hammer plays lijjhtly apaiust them. An almost continuous radiation of litrht mav be thus produced from the sujrar. It has bceu shown that the light docs not arise from heating of the sugar, and it is believed to be caused by some change taking place in the sugar crystals. The act of crystallization is known to be sometimes accompanied by flashes or light. The practical bearing of these experiments is on the question of the possibility of obtaining artificial light by methods as yet untried. Chicago Record-Herald. Feet The Joseph rmm any. If v NM 11 IN 11115 mersm mn arna esrns &vwuajmnM!zTto.&n&j!&F JVtSgSfc0.; DON'T rS- - g9gtegi;3fegiaigfr BE TAKEN IN Gossip About tZOple rK5S55 9 with the idea that all coal is alike. It isn't by a great deal. For instance our coal is clean and entirely free from stones or slate. Every lump of it means a lump of good heat. Doesn't clog up your range or furnace. Doesn't take all day to get burning either. You ought to hove some. Vvv A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Arc Interested In. J. Herbert Kinnaird of Stanford was here Sunday. Miss Bessie Mesdames Brown left Thursday M. for a visit to Shelbyville. J. R. and J. Mount Galvenized Roofing for the next 30 days at $3.10 per Square. 8 LdllUaSIBI v-.- Am S VAm ...UAU IS ! UUi LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. &&&& Vit33atSSsfeJfe!s"i3.' mTmlm rffUnrs ran a i?ii m rfc rBfMlrJli.iMlfMin visited Stanford friends Tuesday. Miss Mabel Clare Arnold of Paris is with her aunt Miss Nannie Anderson. George Conn of Wilmore has been fr visiting Lancaster relatives and friends. J Miss Fannie Thompson of Danville is visiting her cousin Miss Hallie Brown. 'The Misses Dunn of Danville have been recent guests of Mrs. C. C. Cable. Miss Mary Portman of Liberty was the guest of Mrs. It. Zimmer last week. L. A. Nevius of Stanford was with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nevius this week. US Mrs. Frank B. Marksbury and Miss Mary Doty were in Danville Tuesday. Miss Jennie Duncan is in Stanford visiting her sister Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Miss Mary Portman of Louisville is with her friend Mrs. James House for a visit. John has joined his wife here for a visit number of their girl friends at the home of the latter near Lancaster. to his "Old Kentucky Home." About twenty school girl friends reMr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden have sponded to the invitation and an evenreturned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. ing of pleasure was most heartily enPowell Duncan of Nicholasville. joyed. A most inviting and tempting Powell are repast was served by the popular young Misses May and Annie enjoying a visit to their cousins Ella hostesses and it was with regret the guests took their departure. May and Nancy Hagan of McCreary. Mrs. Lizzie Denny has returned from several weeks stay with her sister Mrs. Margaret Pearson "of C. Har-rodsbu- rg. W. R. Cook is in Cincinnati for a plants made the home an inviting scene. business tiip. Miss Mary Lee Lear was at home to Miss Justina Johnson is in Stanford a number of her young friends last for a visit to Mrs. H. D. Alridge. Friday evening. The hours were from Richard Swope of Berea visited Mr. 4 to 6 the color scheme was pink and and Mrs. J, B. Swope this week. white which was quite a becoming one Mesdames W. B. Mason and W R. to the brunnette typhe of little Miss Cook were visitors injDanville Tuesday. Lear. Dainty refreshments were served by the gracious young hostess, Mesdames James A. Duddcrar and Henley V. Bastin were visitors in DanMrs. M. D. Hughes will give a party ville Tuesday. this Friday afternoon in honor of her Mrs. Sallie Lawson and little son tnrec grancicnuuren Koucrt Hughes George are visiting Miss Nell Tansey Noland and sister Miss Nellie Noland of Seattle Washington and little Miss of Louisville. Margaret Elkin Hughes of Louisville. Mrs. Alex West has returned from a A dainty and appetising luncheon will visit to her daughter Mrs. Charles F. ucjiiiib tut; Unn.4r. ui 4Ln iiiui; 4n11. IKli4- Un uciiiio liiu iums Denman of Nicholasville. and a number 0i games will add much Mrs. R. B. Wilkerson and daughters to their pleasure. The hours are from to six. Misses Willie and Bessie are in Liberty four Misses Florence Johnson and Gracie visiting friends and relatives. Washington D. May Cochran gave a "Lawn Fete to a L. Anderson of Kt-41-, lUu'Ll, ' "" c- - . t iuii 0il.e. xi te" ucre looacco barn an(i ood buildlnS lot. Tom Chnppel. ZTT! , !J j ! Water Rent Due. The city has gone to a big expense in repairing the Water Works and need money so all those who owe rent please pay me at once. L. E. Heron, Supt. Wanted. ' Ever Deen THers The address of Albert Lindbery and Ida C. his wife of County of Garrard. State of Kentuckey 1SS9." Address L. B. Halleran, C3 B'way, Flushing? N. Y. 2t Bank Stock For Sale. &l M S -- J r &S s- z v Five Shares in the Paint Lick Bank. This stock pays 12 per cent dividends each year and puts aside nearly this much to surplus fund each year. The bank has already a large surplus and I am willing to sell for book value. I need the money and am offering a bargain. -It W. E. Sullivan. DeLand. Fla. Automobile Tires. AT THE I Dr. and Mrs. Jonas Gilbert (nee Miss May Broaddus) have returned from their bridal trip to a number of East- Dr. H. ginia is M. at home for the Grant of Newfork summer Vir- months. Crea inery - j g 1 m AT - i2c Per Pound But we run No Ice Wagon. H 1 ft H. V. BASTIN. "rHUMiM'M MfrUMfSD JllM(rlJl:rSlTr5JlrMi Misses Martha and Helen Gill were recent guests of Mrs. Bessie Hardin of Stanford Miss Ethel Jones has returned from a yisit to Mr. and Mrs. David Jones of Kirksville. Miss Norma Elmore is enjoying a stay with relatives in Richmond and Versailles. Miss Annie Margaret Elkin a student at Glendale near Cincinnati is at home for the vacation. Miss Eva Dougherty the popular and Sue Shelby Mason. night telephone operator is visiting her Mrs. Ann Walker of Huntington parents at Corbin. West Virginia and Mrs. Ellen Walker Mayor W. L. Steel and Mrs. Steel of Tevis of Oklahoma were recent guests Nicholasville have been guests of Mrs. of Mrs. W. 0. Rigney and family. Thomas B. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. William Haas daughMiss Jennie Young of Lexington is ter and son of Louisville motored to expected next week to visit her friend Lancaster last week and were guests for a short time at the Kengarlan hotel. Miss Lillian Cochran. Mrs. Stella O'Neal Hubble'of Somerset, is here soliciting pupils for Hamilton College Lexington. Rev. and Mrs. Murdock of Buckhorn were guests for several days of Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Brown. ern cities. O. 0. Parks, of Paint Lick, has accepted a position as stenographer with Jouett & Jouett, Lawyers Winchester Democrat. Mrs. J. W. Boland and little daughter Dorothy of Lexington are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Walker near Paint Lick". Mrs. Mary Kauffman and grandson Samuel Lusk of Hustonville were visitors of Mrs. Emma Kauffman Monday and Tuesday. Miss Willie Benton'Logsden has returned to her home in Junction City after a pleasant stay with Misses Edna To The Fine new independent make tires and "I saw yon at Iho play last night. tubes at most reasonable prices. Eujoy it?'" 0 30x3$- "o. Woman in front wore a , $16.00, 32x3J $17.20, 35x4- hat. Man next seat kept time $20.65, with his feet." 28x3-$11.3- 0, 30x3-?12.3.- 1. 2Sx3J-$14.034x3-?17,7- chan-Ucic- er 3, 31x4-$21.5- 0, 32x4-$22.7- 0, 33x4-$23.5- 0, 34x4-?25.9- 0. 36x4-$27.5- 0, 34x4-$30.2- 0, Saving Time. 3Cx4J-$31.6- 0, 36xo-$35.1- 0. Tubes about 30 percent lower than standard list prices. Terms C. 0. D. if 20 percent of amount accompanied order. 10 percent allowed if cash accompanies order. Money refunded if goods are not satisfactory. The Gey-e- r Sales Co., Bimm Bldg., Dayton, Ohio. A Good Move. NOTICE. People Of Lancaster And rard Co. Garft Pursley's Creme Soap and the Merchants in Lan" caster who Han- die It. Stormcs, Druggist. J. R. S. Brown', General Merchandise. HAL.U oi xiol.tzul.aw, urocers. 'Qii xV Davidson & Walker, Grocers. E. T. V'il rS The city, by a recent resolution, has a good watchful, careful purchasing agent, in the person of councilman, Dr. B. F. Walter; and hereafter no person will be permitted to sell any suplies to or for the City, unless the purchase is authorized, or made by him. This applies to all purchases except water works snpplies wnich continue as fixed by ordinance. R. W. McRoberts H. T. Logan Clerk Mayor ' 'Ctiiv!il,-,- Glean And Keep Clean Your Primises. re z$&a. 3 MiliHilMiliiB z Miss Allie Arnold who has held a fine position in one of the Colleges in Pittsburg Pennsylvania came home Wednesday for her summer vacation. And That's No Joke. Currey, Grocery. ni :,VJi T I." v., . wv 7 123 17 7m Miss Mary Rankin left Tuesday to attend the Epworth Letigue Concert in Mrs. J. B. Paxton and little son Millersburg, and will go from there to James of Stanford are guests of Mr. visit her schoolmate Miss Ida Martin and Mrs. A. C. Robinson, at Sharpburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dunn and son, of Lexington were guests of Mr. J. K. West and family last week. ' Mrs. Joanna Ball is at home after a visit to her daughter Mrs. Earnest Bohon Campbell of Stanford. Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie has returned from a pleasant stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price of Danville. Mrs. J. S. Johnson went to Richmond last week to attend tbe burial of her little nephew. Jack Arnold. Miss Lettie May McRoberts is in Carlinsville Illinois for a visit to her schoolmate Miss Martha Burke. Mrs. Rebecca West and daughter Miss Bettie were recent visitors of Mrs. George Robinson of Danville. Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond came Wednesday to visit her cousins Misses .Louise and Frankye Kauff man. Mrs. John W. Woods and daughter Miss Lucile "Woods of Lexington are with Garrard county friends for a visit. Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Louisville and sister Miss Allene Bourne are in Stanford visiting Mrs; W. K. Warner. Miss Lucy Walker Doty is enjoying a stay with her sisters Mesdames E, B. Smith and George Bogard of Rich mond. Mrs. J. W. Woods and daughters, Nancy and Lucille and little son, J. C. of Lexington and Miss Mary Chesnut, of Marksbury were guests at Mrs. J. K. Wests' on Monday. Miss Grace Mae Cochran and Florence Johnson entertained a number of their girl friends at a yard party last Thursday. Ices were served indoors and the young ladies proved themselves ideal hostesses. Miss Bessie Singleton who has been teaching the past year in Millersburg College is at home with her mother Mrs. Annie Singleton. She submitted to a very successful operation upon her throat at the Lancaster Hospital the past week. Mrs. 0'. H. Schenault and daughter Mrs. Sallie McCan Elmore and Mrs. W. P. Browning and daughters of Lexington motered to Lancaster Wednesday and spent the day with Mr. John E. Anderson and family. Mrs. M. D. Hughes entertained at a'Six o'clock dinner Friday evening for ier daughter Mrs. Percy Noland of Seattle Washington. The guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mount and Misses .Margaret and Joan Mount. The dinner was sumptuous and dainty- ly served in courses and flowers and Grocery. D. T. Brummett, Grocery. Why everybody should use Cream Soap in preference to all other toilet soaps. Its absolutely pure once tried always used. First Its Snow white the emblem of J: N. Ross, Grocery. Turner & Carpenter, The ordinances requiring this will be enforced- - No garbage or trash or filth of any kind or any thing forbidden by the ordinances is to be placed on the streets or alleys. , Arrangements are made for the removal of such garbage by the City Driver- - Deposit your garbage, waste & C, in barrels and boxes, and the driver will call and remove it to the City dumping ground, at twenty five cents per load or fractional parts of a load on notification to him that you have same to be removed. R. W. McRoberts H. T. Logan Clerk Mayor Outrageous. The cans placed on the side walks many of them furnished by the good women of the City, are for the reception of waste paper, rags and such other things as can be removed within contract, with offensive matter. Some careless or "dont care sort of people" have been using these cans as receptacles for dead ratsdecayed meats and perhaps other putrid matter. Unless this practice is discontinued at once the City will discontinue the use of the cans. This outrageous practice, is a source of great danger to the health of the people. This service is free, the removal is at the expense of the City, and in consideration of this all persons who use the cans for the purpose for which they are intended are expected to see that this outrageous use of the cans shall cease at once. R. W. McRoberts H. T. Logae Clerk Mayor Kssa BA3 ii Never Leak Never Need Repairs Fireproof Stormproof Handsome Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, FIRST-CLAS- S MEAT 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. purity. It contains no .animal fat. Is made perfectly clean. Is made solely for human skin. Is best for skin and scalp diseases. Is best for shampooing the hair. "Now, Willie, what on earth are you Its for shaving, toilet and bath. crying that way for?" "Boohoo! My teeth stopped on my It cleans vthe skin of all impurities. It removes blackheads pimples and tongue!" splotches. .j Its a skin food and purifier' How Fido Gave Away His Mistress. Its for father, mother, sister, brother and baby. It works better in hard water than other soap does in soft water. It takes grease spots out of all kinds of fine fabrics. CREME SOAP is always white, never colored. It should appeal to all clean people. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. CREME SOAP is sold by all Grocery stores Drug stores and department stores. 10 cts per cake 3 cakes for 25 cts, Ask your Grocery man for CREME SOAP, if he hasent got it he can get it for you. Or yoU'can get it from J. J. Pursley, Lancaster, Ky. Sole Owner and originator of CREME SOAP. All merchantscan buy CREME SOAP at whole sale price. From J. J. Pursley Lancaster, Ky., J- (WSS g vj, w6; - Frerch Forest Land. Eighteen per cent, of the entire area of France, or about 23,000,000 acres, ia forest land. - "5 S & rJh i ? AAA rOOOvOOvOO0vO9OwvvvWww aaa J BUT ANTS V1LLK T. J. Price of Lancaster is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Burdette. Cow Peas and Millet seed for sale. Hudson & Hughes. Phone 26. Miss Louise Wevius of Danville is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dunn of Lexington were over last week visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams visited relatives at Burgin Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McBeath of Boyle have been visiting Mrs. Dave Rankin. Mrs. T. E. Adams has returned home after a very pleasant visit to . ,. i At the Wrong Door. COWS ON PASTURE L.' 'ARMER'S COLUMN " 1 J NEEO SOME GRAIN, ' ( Self Condemned By r I O0000600 OO6O6C0MOOOOOM I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOeCCOOC 606000000000 rfpace below this heading Is for the exclusive use ol our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale ot stock, graiu and such things ou farm as the farmer cuunot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four Hues, and nil! be only iu vo issues of the Record, free of charge Ajj 1111 f MARGARET C DEVEAUX Asso- i Red p Mr. J. I. Crawford, of ML Hebron, sold two steers to Mr. Joe Pope at 4c per lb. Mr. J. C. Williams of Bryantsville sold his carriage horse ,to Dr. Hinitt of Danville for $300. - H. N. Rankin, of Carlisle, the well Sharpsburg. known buyer of suckling mules, sold MGfc Mrs. Walker Burnside and baby of &JB two that were sixty days old and Richmond are visiting Mr. B. F. Pat-to- n weighed 392lbs. The best one was and family. 12f hands high. One sold for $190 and Mrs. R. A. McGrath and children of and the other for 210. This is said to Cheapest Satisbe the record prices for weanling mules Greenville South Carolina are visiting the Best Mrs. Nackie McGrath. factory Roofing made today. W. C. Daniel has sold to W. H. Miss Susie Buford of Nicholasville Whaley, Jr., a bunch of 260 lambs, 100 has been the guest of Mrs. J. H. Dean THERE IS HO TAR M IT. head for June delivery at 6 4 cents and Mrs. Charley Dean. per pound and reaminder to be delivery Mrs. U. J. Logan has returned home about July 15 at 5 cents per pound. from Lexington where she visited her The Baldwin Packing Company purchased 60 head of fat hogs at 5$ cents daughter Mrs. U. T. Woolfork. The farmers of this community are for immediate deilvery. quite buisy getting their wheat cut and Probably the largest cargo of mules since the rain Sunday night every body ever shipped from the United States is trying to finish setting tobacco. o i left San Francisco this month. FourDr. J. G. Carpenter of Stanford will THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS teen hundred mules were put aboard lecture at the Methodist church Sun the steamer in specially built stalls. t day evening at 7:30 o'clock subject, They were consigned to the Colonial Value of Education. "Tuberculosis" every one is cordially Sugar Company of the Fiji Islands, invited to attend. which are directly east of Australia. By DR. EDWARD L. TRUDnAU. Mrs. Eliza H. Ballard and Miss The first and greatest need In G. M. Lyons and F. L, Clark, of Mayme Ballard attended the linen the prevention of tuberculosis is Valley View, have traded to Indiana shower given by Mrs. R. M. Sparks education education of the peoparties 13G acres of land in Garrard and Mrs. Marshall Gurrant at Nicholasple and through them education county, near Bryantsville, at a valua- ville Thursday afternoon in honor of of the state. It Is evident that tion of 11,000 and some real estate Miss Sallie Marrs sparks, whose mar if every man and woman in the and a stock of goods in Valley View, riage to Mr. J. Hogan Ballard will be United States were familiar with valued at $7,500, for a farm of 500 celebrated next Wednesday. the main facts relating to the acres near Paris, lnd. This land is manner in which tuberculosis is Miss Mayme Lee Ballard entertained traded on a basis of $60 per acre, and a few friends very informally Friday communicated and the simple measures necessary for their includes 150 acres of timber. Jessa- evening at "Five Hundred" in honor protection not only might we mine Journal. of Miss Reed of Cal., the guest of the reasonably expect as direct reMr. Edmund Miller, of Salvisa, lost Misses Jenkins. Those present were sult of this knowledge a great d diminution In the death rate of steers, two milch Misses Lila Reed, Anna Kay and Marthree and Katie Patton Messrs the disease, but the people would cows and a fine bull this week as a re garet Jenkins Will Jenkins, Oscar Patton, Price Mcsoon demand and easily obtain sult of the cattle having eaten a quanGrath, W. C. Rose and Dr. Sam Rose. effective legislation for Its pretity of paris green. Mr. Miller had When a vention and control. Misses Anna Kay and Margaret placed a paper bag of paris green in state has once become well eduthe tobacco barn last fall and thought Jenkins entertained a few friends very cated and not before will the it was out of reach of his stock, but delightfully last Wednesday afternoon other requisites necessary to the G in honor of their guest Miss the cattle in unaccountable way got from 4 to control of the disease be forthLila Reed of California. A feature of the door open and eat the poison. coming. the afternoon was the contest "Dressmaking Additns," Mrs. C. C. Cable PAINT LICK. was awarded the prize a pair of silver Eagle and Snake. scissors for the most correct answers Tho eagle will dive upon a snake Mr. James Hammock is very ill at while the consolation a paper of needwhenever it gets the chance. The eagle les was given Miss Mary Chesnut. this writing. usually swoops upon its prey, seizes Miss Maddell King is visiting relait by the tail, bears it aloft and lets it Kentucky Fair Dates. tives at Nicholasville. fall. It never attacks it when coiled, but lirt drives it lo tlijjht by screams Cow Peas and Millet seed for sale. The following are the dates fixed for and the heating of its wings. The Hudson & Hughes. Phone 26. holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as snake is either killed or stunned by Miss Totten of StanfoH is the guest far as reported: the fail, whereupon the eagle carefully of her aunt Mrs. Mason Pullins. cuts off the head aud devours the Madisonville, July 185 days. body, which is usually very fat. Miss Mattie Wyle has retun.ed from Henderson, July 255 days. Texas where she spent the Winter. Georgetown, July 255 days. Miss Agnes Moore of Wallaceton is 3 days LANCASTER, JULY )&j visiting her cousin Miss Agnes Hender days. Providence, August son. Danville, August 3 3 days Berea, August 3 days Messrs I. C. Rucker and Walter City Texas on a Versailles, August 3 days. Henry are in Crystal Lexington, August 6 days. business trip. Uniontown, August 5 days. just entering into womanhood, Miss Emma Burchell is the guest of Taylorsville, August 8 i days often suffer much pain and her sister Mrs. Arthur Bottner at days Elizabethtown, August misery during the change of JunctionCity. their physical organization. Vanceburg, August 4 days. , Mr. E. C. McWhorter has returned Many women will tell you Lawrenceburg, August 15-- 4 days. home after an extended trip to Texas their female trouble started Leitchfield, August 15-- 4 days. and Hot Springs. during that trying periocj, and Burkesville, August 15-- 4 days. Mr. R. G. Woods of Kenross Iowa 16-- 3 has clung to them ever since. days. Broadhead, August has returned to his home after a short Cardul Is a friend to young Fern Creek, August 16-- 4 days. visit to his father. girls, as vell as to women of Columbia, August 224 days all ages. It has been found Dr's W. L. Carman and H. J. Pat Shepherdsville, August 22-- 4 days. to help women during their rick attended the annual fish fry given London, August 22-- 4 days, trying periods by relieving at Lake Reba Richmond by the MadisHardinsburg, August 223 days pain and restoring disordered on County medical association. Shelbyville, August 22 4 days organs to health. Liberty, August 23-- days Erlanger, August 23-- 4 days. TOO MUCH LOVE fzj Germantown, August 24-- 3 days. fun, frolic and Too much love for Nicholasville, August 29-- 3 days. rich food causes stomach, liver, kid Frankfort, August 29-- 4 days ney and nervous troubles. Other Fulton, August 29-- days you but DENN'S remedies help Barboursville, August 30-- 3 days SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures Mrs. Mary Hudson, EastOur discoverer, ten years a Franklin, August 31-- 3 days you. man, Miss., writes: "While miserable sufferer with the above Somerset, August 30-- 3 days. staying with me and going to troubles, and RHEUMATISM for Bardstown, August 30-- 4 days. school, my young sister was in years, was cured in one week. To Paris, September 5 days. prove our remedy, while they last, terrible misery. I got her to Monticello, September 4 days. regular size bottles only 25c at take a few doses of CARDUI Alexander, September 5 days. Stormes Drug Store. and It helped her at once. Mount Olivet, September 4 days. "I have taken Cardul myHogdenville, September 5- - 3 days. self an d b elie ve J would have Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, been under the clay had It not tember 11-- 6 days. been for that wonderful mediHorse Cave, September 20-- 4 days. cine." Morgantown, September 21-- 3 days Try Cardul. It will help Falmouth, September 27-- 4 days. you. For sale everywhere. Glasgow, September 27-- 4 days Bromide EnlargeKodak finishing. E 48 Mayfield, September 27-- 4 days Paducah, October 4 days ments. Studio at Telephone Office. Asphalt Granite and Docs it pay to feed grain to dairy cows when tlicy are turned out to pasture? This is a question that claims the attention of dairymen at this time of rear. In most cases tnere win be an Increase In the milk flow from a herd when the cows are fed grain in addition to the pasture, but will the increase In milk flow pay for the nmoirut of grain fed? When the cows are tirst turned to pasture in the spring Copyright by American Press ciation. 1911. M. le EXPERIENCE Is Is the best teacher, so come and get Judge cuner was uispensms the best SHAVE to be had at ' justice on the bench during the French HENRY DUNCAN'S The justice he was disrevolution. classes, not indi- Bakbek SnoroK Richmond Stueet. pensing was between viduals. The nobles had tyrannized We make a specialty of Honing Razors. over the common people for centuries. Now the common people were endeavoring to extirpate the nobles from the face of the earth. Judge Curler was sending a batch of them to the guillotine. 8842 "Who is this?" he asked, seeing a girl, a mere child, brought before him. "CItizeness Elise Bellair," replied the Season 191 1. officer of the guard. "Who ordered her brought here? She is not old enough to to understand the difference between patriotism and Jersey Bull ferny Simpson J. W. SWEENEY. Surveyor. -- tyr-rany- ." 1-- ASK .YOUR DEALER Willy Couldn't you please let me have some cold wittlcs. Wandering - Haselden Bros. ma'am? Mrs. Ilusspy Cold victuals! Do you think that this is a delicatessen store? Where It Paid. J 1,200-poun- Q4.i.,.4i4.t.t..i.t'4i44.f; 26-27-- 15 3-- 2-- 7-- 8-- 94 ' 9-- 3 5 5-- 5-- 5-- 5-- Clinton B. Bastin Photographer. 3-- S Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-Wear Paint" FORiMULA ON EVERY PACKAGE Does This Mean Anything to You ? It expresses the maker's faith in the product. Labor is the principal cost in painting. The material should he the best rfifB fcid furl YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. FOR SALE BY Fill IU mm 1141 I ir. - CONN BROTHERS. The judge pondered a few moments. There was something wrong in this case. Possibly a list had been made of QUALITY. out and presented to some one In auI thority who had signed the warrants I accompanying it while thinking of &OO0 aoooooooo ooooooooo 00 oooooooo-- oooi it is always best to feed them grain for something else. Nevertheless the judge awhile until the grass gets more ma- did not dare disobey the order he had ture. The grass In the early part of received to sentence every one sent bethe season contains a high per cent of fore him. water, and it is almost impossible for "Take her away with the others," VETERINARIAN. any of the cows in the herd to obtain he said reluctantly. Former Director Animal Iildnstry Philippine enough nutriment from this grass at He was looking down into the child's Islands. I'uited States Army face pityingly. She saw the expression this time. Office at Logan's Stable. After the cows have been on grass on the judge's face. Children are quick DAN VI I.LE. K Y mar- Telephone 32 aud 4KJ. for a week or ten days It will be to recognize their friends, and the necessary to feed only the best cows. quise, not understanding that the Nockern I don't think Ous Do Jaj As long as the cow is producing not judge had sent her to the guillotine, knows enough to pick up chips. pick up over a pound of butter per day it is smiled at him. Then a soldier took her Lusem He knew enough to possible for the necessary feed to be little hand In his and led her away all 1 put down last night. secured from a good pasture. A cow ' with the others. Physican and Surgeon The judge asked one standing by that will pivduee one to two pounds Rapped In Slumber. of butter per day cannot get the re- something about her and was told that Office Danville street. quired nutriment from tho pasture she was the Marquise de Bellair, and Otlice Phone 89 Residence Phone 9. alone. If the cows freshen iu the since she alone represented tho and since the revolutionary comlate winter or early spring, they will be in their full flow of milk at time mittee was anxious that no member of grass comes on. Their ration will the family should be left alive the ueed more consideration than the ra- - 'child had been marked for execution. tion of the cows that calved in the When the deed had been done It would fall. As a general thing the cows that be put down to an error. The judge went home that evening, calve in the spring will need some pasture. In case thero and his own little daughter, about the grain while at age of the child he had condemned, Otlllce at. Sweeney's Livery Stable. "V r "' Is not plenty of pasture for the cows sat upon his lap, put her arms about CV it will pay always to feed something -- -- Kentucky. Lancaster, to keep up the milk flow. If the cows . his neck aud kissed him. "How hot your face is, papa!" she are allowed to fall off In milk flow at this time, they will not come back to said. He unwound her arms, gently put it at any time later in the season. her away, and called for n glass of Tt- lo t"1I CAmft rrfcicir frtrocrft crops on hand to supplement the pas- - j ,ne- - , n,e had ftod "p ,und?r the the ...... lllll llll' . i... Vlllllllltll- - lllllllli,11V crim of . .i....! III ' Wishes a Change. matter of the little marquise had reCorn Is the best crop for this purpose He did not eat because of its high yield, and it can quired his attention. to bed feverish. ZJ. IV. ilorrow, Graduate Optician his dinner and went be grown almost everywhere. Glasses Fitted. Satisfactiou Guaranteed. smile he had received from the One of the main reasons why many The marquise had unnerved him. All little cows are not profitable milk and but- night bed, two sights coming he lay ter producers is that they are allowed up alternatelyinbefore his mental vision to freshen In the spring and are not the one the marquise's smile, the othfed properly through the summer , er her little figure lying on the guilwhen the grass dries up and becomes lotine, the drop of the knife and her DENTIST unpalatable. Cows handled in this little curly "head dropping. Into the manner usually dry up before winter basket. Office over MI 33 Arnold's Millinery. sets in or they are giving a very small In the morning Judge Curier looked amount of milk at the time there is as if he had passed through a fit of the greatest demand for milk and milk ' sickness. He ate nothing, spoke not products. The length of time they are a word. "When he went out after in milk is thus cut down, and if it . breakfast his little daughter put up were possible to know the total pro her arms, as was her custom, for her duction for the period while in milk morning nug an,i uiss. Her father put All Work Guaranteed. they would be found to be very un her away and left her standing with profitableProfessor O. B. Reed, Kan tears in her eyes in the hallway. Kentucky. Paint Lick, sas Agricultural College. The judge turned into a boulevard and after following it for awhile enMaking Pork Quickly. tered a street that led him to the A bank cashier with many years' expig is weaned. The Place de la Revolution, now the Tlace Start before the perience wishes a change. Has occu- sow Concorde. It is one of the most soaked ground present position, with one of oats should be fed withshorts until the de la pied his spacious plazas in the world, lyiug as or slop made of the strongest aud most substantial In- pigs are about eight weeks old. By it does between the Champs d'Elysees stitutions in the country, for over this time they have learned to eat and the gardens of the Tuileries. CarOffiice over Logan's store. years. Address Confidential. fairly well. It Is well to feed the pigs riages drive through It. but few who near the mother, hut she should not be ride or walk past its fountains and its Residence Phone 75. Otlice Phone 6. nllowod to eat with them. The nlcs obelisk think of the work that was Out of Harmony. should be fed slop and corn, together goin on there more than a hundred Call and see us for a good with some other succulent food: if in years ago. A crowd was collecting about the summer time, blue grass pasture Is Hair Cut and Clean Shave. good. No more feed should be put into guillotine, and a tumbrel was driven pigs will eat. Just up loaded with condemned persons. The Only Two Woite Barbers In Tewa. the trough than the enough to keep them growing rapidly As is passed the judge he caught sight of a little figure about half the height See the tall sign, North side of is enough. and water regularly and see of the others and saw a little hand Feed Public Square. that every pig comes to his feed. If waving to him. He walked on and any of the little fellows seem to be joined the party at the guillotine. At M. sick put them out and give a small the moment an ofilcer began to call ration for awhile, and the chances are names from a list he had in his hand. "CItlzeness Elise Bellair!" that they will come out all right withThe judge approached, took the out any further treatment. child by the hand aud said: "I condemned this child by misLAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Value of Silage. take." Since the introduction of the silo Why, I thought you knew I hat recognized by the officials Will Clara He was Practice in all State Courts and dairying has made more rapid prog- and permitted to lead the little marDe Peyser girl. makes it possible TJ. S. District Court. I don't ppeak to ress because the silo away. Maude I did. but profitably quise any more since I saw her eating to carry on dairy work was never seen again In Paris Office over Police Court. Phone 15H. her She throughout the entire year. No feed till long after the revolution. She rehocolate ice cream In a pink gown. found that can take Its has ever been turned a middle aged woman. place. When the judge went home that An Unkind Cut. evening he seemed to have the seal of Notes of tho Hog Lot. death upon his brow. He took his Tamworths are good rustlers, very little daughter in his arms, while tears prolific, and the meat is of the highest rolled down his cheeks. quality. In the middle of the night there Hogs are the cleanest animals on the was a knock at his door. The judge Cleaning and Pressing LaIf given went downstairs and met an officer. farm to bed and the. easiest. half a chance. who told him he was under arrest for dies and Men's Garments. hogs are dying and the cause being In conspiracy with the emigres, If the Phone 340. Public "Square. Second cannot be found, have an expert hold The visit was not unexpected, and the hand clothes sold on commission. . prisoner went with the soldiers witha postmortem. pigs are found among the out a word of protest. The best b. 1A?. Faulkner, jVIgr. A week later a tumbrel drove up to best breeds, and it is useless to look The headsman has an ax, we Know; the guillotine In the Place de la Revofor them elsewhere. The guillotine an aa and frame: Office over Office Hours The auto has no ax at all. Mature hogs that are thin may be lution, and among those who stepped But, then, it geU there Just the same made to gain a half pound a day on out was Judge Curior. He dled'on the 8 a.m to 12. Lp.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store engine of death fnm which he had iilfalfa without grain. saved tho Maraulse de Bellair. 33- Ready For Him. Not a Good Clubman. She made her first cake, and, wishing A very undesirable clubman. If AbraCHEERINESS. DENTIST. lo "jolly" her, the husband winkeu at ham Hayward is to be trusted, was Cheerfulness is a thing to be Lancaster, Ky. Phone 65. Bishop Samuel WHberforce. Hayward her brother and said: more profoundly grateful for than "Nice cake, dear. Are you ure, once wrote to Edmund Yates about the all that genius ever inspired or talent though, that you used baking powder I have just opened up a new, clean-Barbebishop that "the committee of the accomplished. Next best to sponin Athenaeum was frequently obliged to taneous cheeriness is deliberate, inj "No," she said as a iittle smile flickwrite to him about his selfish irregutended and persistent cheeriness, lodged In Pall Mall and larities. He ered around her mouth. "I didn't have on Lexington street next to the post which we can create, cultivate and lived at the club. After breakfast it baking powder, so I put in n substi office and will be glad to have my so foster and cherish that after a was his custom to sit upon two newstute." few years the world will never suspapers while reading a third or to re"Ah," said the husband brightly, friends to call and see me. Clean pect that it was not a hereditary "anbTwhat was that?" tire with a whole bundle." The type Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention gift Helen Hunt Jackson. still survives in less exalted quarters. "Cement, dear," said the wife sweet. The Brown Swiss cow Is becoming more popular In tills country. This breed Is one of the two popular types raised In Switzerland. They are primarily used for dairy purposes In the old country, but are classed as dual animals In the United States. They give a fair amount of mlllc. fatten readily when dry. mature early and are popular where both milk and beef are desired. Drown Swiss rival the llolsteln cattle in weight. H. "She was included in a list furnished by II. Marat" "Indeed," said the judge, frowning. County "M. Marat Is accustomed to make Inphone :ao-- j. quiries if all those on his lists have OBice over F. O. Hnrt a furniture tore. been taken care of." "But this one did he know that she Lancaster, Kentucky. is a child?" The officer shook his head. M. Ma00000900q0000000tf 000 000000000 o rat's brain was not open to him to look Into. J. TINSLEY, uui Mowers Ware McRoberts. e Henry L.Casey,D.v.s. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, 1 WW Bel-lai- rs Dr. R. L Pontius, J Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. , ! M. K. Denny, I H. J. PATRICK, I Dentist. r. DR. Win. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. fif--te- ! HOUSE. J. E. Robinson, Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co J IF. "Walter. r itr Shop London Chronicle. JOHN DUNCAN, ut