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WSS3SSBSH3tfSS3$KK9tf ' .1 NUMBER 13. i!33C2$33CS33$33SS32 afi3Sgggaaga5S53fiS! 1 WE HAVE A FEW K ft Is y I JL WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY. r,.i Xl.AJtX r H AV YOU Buggies & Surries 53 July ?6thii27thi 28thi 181L r j r ( As good a PREMIUM HIST as any County 1 a pri'ce on, as we do not want g Fair in the State and hetJ than most of them to move them to our new ssssi:$i:si:5$5s$s:"i:i:4s?is oH5sK3a-0aj s3s0shsk-Spainhower are jlrcford. girls reserve location (Mason Hotel.-ten rejoicing over the arrival of ber for their Bazar. It Next Jul s that we will make a special fi s DO ) Now is the time to get bar gains in BUGGIES. All this work is GUARANTEED. Come early, don't delay and let your neighbor Circle wish to Decem1st and 2d Xmas Wednesday 12th Crab pound boy. Orchard people will have n big holiday, Crab Orchard Springs has about L"0 a band of Music and genferal good tim,e guests and every one is Sale. For enjoying the on account of the big lol' sale of city old place. Good new buckboard only been used lots adjoining the famoujrsulphur well about a dozen times. Will sell cheap. at the depot. One Your account is now due, please call fre&Jot and a bag Apply at this office. anu settle at once, am in need of of gold and silver to be given away. money. Miss Rella Arnold. Investigate These Bargains. Fitch. A Big Day At Crab Mr. and Mrs. Noah a IT NOW. get the choice. They are going to sell. We can save you money if you will For Sale Splendid business in prosperous section of Garrard county. 18 acres of land with large store, dwelling Also stock of and other buildings. goods. The business runs $15,000.00 to- $18,000.00 per year. Will exchange for other real estate. Also a farm of 169 acres Well located and well improved at $50 per .acre, worth $65 per acre. Also a number of good farms at bargain prices. For further particulars apply to Mrs. Chester Fitch dfed let us. Hughes & Swinebroad. Lancaster, Ky. Kind Words For Hatcher. CONK Lancaster, Ky. C&3&&2S3ee32 Uncle Sam soon disc6vered the great mistake in taking off the Danville-Lancaststage line, and decided to the 9ute. The bids on the work will be opened next week, the line to be resumed immediately thereafter. It is the hope of every patron that Jfm Hatcher will secure the contract. Mr. Hatcher and his father, the late T. J. Hatcher, took this route worthless. By when hard and untiring work it has been made of inestimable value to the people along the line and its discontinuance caused great annoyance and inconvenience. Danville Messenger. er , LOOK! LOOK! El LOOK! xt T AD FROM ! Sale Will Continue On & On until entire stock is sold. You can not af ford to miss the Great Bargains we, are offering in Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Fur nishing Goods. Men's full suits worth $10.00 to $12.00 now $1.98 to $2.95. $15.00 and $18.00 Suits going in this sale at $7.98. $20.00 and $25.00 Suits $1 1.58 to $13.58. Men's Shoes 98cts and up. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 98cts and up. GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. . X T. LOGAN. Lancaster, Kentucky. of J. Norton Fitch near Nicholasville Our ass't Editoy, Mr. Geo. Smith has on Tuesday and was burried at Nichme on his vacation to French Lick olasville Thursday. She has many id will have a bitrtime. Ho pprtmni.r 0 friends in i r "mu nmin4-i- wivltn. wn uu ueserves it as he is a. hard wnrtnr nn,i wmi . ,! ' lirtoIi-fcli-i4onwif r ::-j"" """.neeus ttie rest. He will be gone for ". , . mis. rucii unui ruceiuiy nau cnarge about two weeks, oi the Lancaster hospital and during her stay in Lancaster she won the Miss Julia O'Hearn, daughter of Mr. love and admiration of all who knew and Mrs. Thomas O'Hearn died at the her. nome ot her parents after a short illness of typhoid fever. The burial was Another Promotion. 'in the Lancaster cemetery Wednesday Mr. W. G. Kemper, the ponular morning services being conducted by cashier of the Paint Lick Bank, hf.s ' O'Dwyer. This was the first received another promotion from his Father death in the family of 12 children and insurance Company and beginning July comes as a cru hing blow to a devoted 1st. went on the road, for twenty days home circle. The deceased was a deout of each month, the other ten days vout member of the Catholic church. he will spend at Paint Lick looking after the interest of the Bank. He has The suddenness of the death of Miss O'Hearn caused a gloom to fall upon also made arrangements to have his inall with whom she was associated and surance business taken care of during to the bereaved ones much sympathy is his absence. Mr. Kempers friends extended. here and at Paint Lick are glad to hear of his promotion and that he is to stay Won And Lost. in our county part of the time. It looks like our good fiiend Jas. P. - Farmer Commits'' Suicide. Edwards has lost in the race for Lieut. Isaac Onstott, a farmer of Governor of Kentucky by About 2000 the Bryantsville section was found votes, however he has won the heart hanging to a rafter of his barn Mon- and hand of Miss Margeret Watham day morning. Life was extinct and and was married to her Monday eventhe body cold when found. ing. The happy young couple are now Mr. Onstott was 57 years of age and on their way to Europe to spend their was a widower, he is survived by a honey moon, and he has doubtless daughter Mrs. Robert Baker and son, by now that Kentucky has to Henry Onstott, both of this county. have a Lieut. Gov". Mr. Edwards will Mr. Onstott was born and reared in be heard from again and will be a party this county in the Herrine's school leader in this state. house section, and was a son of the late William Onstott. Until last year Farra Wins. he had been for some time living in John Farra won for the nomination Daviess county but returned here and for the legislature over Capt. J. A. purchased a farm in the Bryantsville Doty and Hon. J. O. Bogie by a safe section. His neighbors and family for some majority. In the nomination of Mr. Farra Gartime have noticed that he was acting strangely, but thought nothing of it rard county has selected a man who and no action was taken in the matter. will be a credit to the county, one whose democracy is untarnished, whose Trial Delayed. integrity is undoubted and whose intelThe case o f the Commonwealth ligence and progressiveness has many Mr. against Oz Anderson charged with the times been tried and proven. Farra has ever been on the alert for killing of Ben Guinn in last Marcwas taken up in the circuit court Monday the welfare of Lancaster and Garrard morning. Being unable to secure a coujity, and to him more than to any jury from the regular panel, Judge other man is (lue the credit for many Walker ordered the sheriff to summon of the good things which have come to" a special venire of 40 men, this was us in the past, and even now as Presidone and by threee o'clock in the after- dent of the Garrard county Developnoon a jury was secured and the tak- ment Association he is the instigator ing of testimony was commenced, a of plans which are now on foot, which night session was held and the testi- if successful, will prove of inestimable mony was near completion and the value to tne county. As a member of the legislature his case would have been completed Tuesday but for the fact that on Tuesday scope of usefulness will be greatly enmorning the intelligence was larged and he may be depended upon brought to town of the death of Miss never to overlook any thing which Julia O'Hearn, the daughter of Mr. will be of advantage to his home Thomas O'Hearn, a member of the, county. jury. Judge Walker allowed Mr. Bynum Carter Loses Life. O'Hearn to go to his home under the charge of a guard, the remainder of Bynum Carter, 29 years of age, was the jury being held in charge of the killed at 6 o'clock Saturday evening in sheriff and the trial was resnmed on the switch yards at Rowland. About Thursday morning. three weeks ago Carter returned to his home there after having spent several Garrard County Vote. years as an enlisted man in the regular The vote in Garrard county last Sat- army, but had decided to go back again. urday while not being a large one, ex- In order to say good bye to his brother ceeded the expectations of a great Capt. Walter Carter, who was in many. It had been predicted th'at 750 charge of the freight, Bynum Carter would cover the number of ballots boarded the train and while it was still polled, there was close to 900. Follow- in motion attempted to go back to the ing is the number of votes cast for the caboose. In crossing from one car to various candidates. The figures given another he lost his footing and fell to are approximately correct, subject of the track below. Eight cars passed course to correction by the returning over the unfortunate man before the board when the final count is made, train could be stopped and he was horhowever, there will be no material ribly mangled. One leg was cut off, changes. his hip was crushed to a pulp and an For United States Senator, Ollie M. arm completely severed. NotwithJames 728, Thomas H. Paynter 20; for standing these injuries, Carter lived an Governor, James ,B. McCreary 835, hour and was conscious a greater part William Adams 30; for Lieutenant of the time. The funeral services were Governor Edwards 368, McDermott 305 conducted by Rev. J. B. Jones Sunday Stuart 73; for Treasurer, Rhea 599; afternoon at the home of his mother in for Auditor, Bosworth 439, Lafoon 263; Rowland, after which the remains were Attorney General, Garnett 56G, Pollard laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery. In lUl; secretary ot state ureciuus so; Journal. I 11 1 1 m. at the home Enjoying Vacation. We Need HftSELDEN It !1 I "" l "-"- " T , BROS. ' rM lire Iks I $ Usual Value You know that the best way to be sure of getting good clothes for your money is to go to a place where none but good clothes are sold. well-to-d- o The best way to get more than usual for your money is to go to that place where they're offering goods at clearance prices. That's what we're doing here now; we're clearing the decks for the fall campaign; everything in Suits go at a price now. for-gott- on art Schaffner & Marx clothes go; suits that you'll be glad to own, and wear, at much under regular prices. Men's fine all wool suits in Brown, Tan, Gray, also Black and Blue. Regular price ?16.50 now $11.93. One mixed lot of Men's fine all wool suits. Hart SchafTner and Marx make, in Brown, Tan, Gray and other colors. Regular price $20.00 now $14.9S. One big lot Men's all wool suits in all various colors including BlacKs antl Blues of Hart Schaffner and Marx make. Regular price 22.50 now $16.75. Men's suits of very finest quality, II. S. & M. make, in Gray, Brown, Tan, Black and Blue. Regular $25.00 and $27.50 values now $1S.75. Jas. W. Smith., The House of Quality. &&;zoi&&z os'OCoxckoox: sad In order to cut down my large stock of -- Busies, Harness yr & Wapns you can get some low down prices, for a short time. Public Instruction, Superintendent Hamlett 320, Littrell 185 Eubank 103: Commissioner of Agriculture, Hill 424, Newman224 Wyatt 18; Clftrk Court of Appeals, Chinn 556 Greene' 176; Representative vJohn M. Farra 382, J. O. Bogie 252, terior J. A. Dotyj222 'i The unfortunate young man above referred to was a native of this county. He was a son of ,the late James Carter and a half nephew of the late J. B. Carter, of Cartersville. for whom he s was named. 8 w . J . Romans. & y saved, and to say the least of it, we Farm For Sale. would rid the city of that class of We will sell privately 500 acres of people who thrive by virtue of the the best blue grass land in Garrard incorporated. A-Neat county belonging to the estate of Wm. year. labor of others. $1.00 a Issded Weekly. A. Burton, deceased. Farm will eithThe city of Lancaster has just comer be sold to one purchaser or we will By JEROME WILLIAMSON GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. promised a suit against it for $200. for divide it to suit the purchaser -in farms personal injuries sustained by one of of from 25 to 500 acres. 400 acres of Copyright by American Pres3 AssoEntered at the TostOflloe In Lancaster, Ky., its citizens through a defect in its this land will raise tobacco and ail of it ciation, 1911. sidewalks. as Second Clas Mall Mnttcr. is good land. There are many defective places in It has five houses and six good tobacWhen railroads were first built the Member Kentucky Press Association the sidewalks of the city that are cal- co barns on it. Well watered and fence car wasji firing of stageconches join-and culated to inflict personal injury upon in good condition. For further infor- ed together. Wc in America at the some of our citizens, especially after mation, call or adQress, Eighth District Publishers League. very beginning abandoned this form night, which with the expenditure of and opened the car fiom end to cud. R. L. or W. B. Burton. small amounts could be placed in good Lancaster, Ky. In Europe they still retain the Lancaster, Ky., Jay 7, 1911. condition. We are not advocating the Their coaches are built Modesty. PursoniMed.. in compartments, though those on putting down of concr te all over- - the Just received a lot of good lime city, however desirable this might be; The 'Lywrenceburg News: "It is told throupt" trains ate connected by a pas- and a car load of Portland Cement Rates For Political Announcements we do say that the sidewalks should of one of our young bloods who has sage at one side. Their way trains which we will sell at a reasonable For Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 but placed in such condition some be a as will recently embarked in the dry goods nrj the same as they were 10.00 eighty years ago. For County Offices obviate the possibility of lawsuits be business that a young lady went to the I was traveling one day in a way price. For State and District Offices.... 15.00 cause of them, a few of which will store this week and asked him if he train and locked In a compartment Red Ash Jellico Coal, best on the .10 For Calls, per line sufficient in damages to had any of these elastic bands, capa- with one other passenger, a "young market. See us for Thrashing Coal. 10 amount to For Cards, per line build a considerable amount of side- ble of being eulogated and adjusted at woman. Boon after tno train starteu Good block 12cts. For all publications in the interwalks. pleasure, and used by the feminine she asked if she might smoke a cigaindividuals or expresest of An ounce of preventative is worth a portion of mankind for putting around rette. When a compartment is used sion of individual views, per pound of cure, and if these bad places the lower extremeties of their locomo- for smoking over there they put up a 10 line pleased repaired in time it would perhaps tive members to keep in the proper po- notice to that effect. I felt granted 05 are Obituaries, per line that she was a smoker herself, save the city many time the cost of sition and the required altitude habil- her permission at once and drew forth repairing them by avoiding an injury iments of their tibias." The clerk is a cigar. which might result in a damage suit contemplating going on a sheep ranch Democratic Ticket. "You must first have a whiff with and a verdict against the town. mo," she said, "then you may smoke Whiskey Cannot Be Sold In Lancaster. your cigar." She handed me an open For Governor James B. McCreary. There is nc immediate relief in sight Marshal Herron on Wednesday made box of cigarettes. "These are someFor Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott from the political turmoil. Now that a raid on the blind tigers which peri- thing very fine. Try one." For Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. I accepted the offer. The woman the democratic primary is over and odically spring into existence on the For Auditor Public Accounts Henry McCreary is to lead the democratic "chute." This time Curt Embry, a turned away from mo to put the box back in the satchel from which she M. Bosworth. hosts, every one is on the quivive to young colored was had taken It and took a cigarette for For Secretary of State C. F. Crece- - know who will oppose him. caught in the act by one of Mr. 's herself while her back was toward The republicans of the state hold lius. detectives and was by Judge me so that I couldn't see her doing it. For Attorney General James Garnett. their convention in every county on Harris promptly fined $100 and forty I lighted mine and as soon as I began the eighth of this month to send dele- days on the rock pile. William Wright, to smoke felt a delicious languor: I For State Superintendent of Schools gates to the mass convention which another coon, who is already serving sliould have suspected that something Barksdale Hamlett. convenes in Louisville on the 11th to out a sentence for the city for the was wrong and thrown the weed For Commissioner Agriculture J W. nominate a state ticket. Three men same offense, was also caught again away, but I was enraptured and soon s. 57 Newman. ' are in the race to a finish, Judge Ed- dispensing the cup that cheers. He fell Into a delicious trance. on me and The woman kept her eyes r Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. ward C. O'Rear of theAppellate Bench, has not yet had his trial, but it is safe presently asked me to hand her a novGreene. Collector E. T. Franks of the western to say that he will get the limit and el she had left on the seat beside me. w. r. part of the state and Lieutenant Gover- for some time continue to diminish the I couldn't move even a finger. She vor Kauroau commissioner nor W. H. Cox of Maysville. had evidently expected as much and size of the city's pebbles. Klair. had asked mo to hand her the book to Moly and I agree that counterfeit To the uniformed it appears that For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. see it I were able to do so. As soon The Odd Follows Picnic. For Representative John M. Farra Judge O'Rear has the best of it, hut a money and substitute goods come republican convention is just about as One of the most pleasant gatherings as she was satisfied that I was powerfrom Garrard Co. less she took off her dress and hat and from the same parents. The coin uncertain as a woman s whims, and iieiu in uarraru county in many years out of the window. There and the goods may very closely rewhen the smoke of battle has cleared, was the Udd bellows picnic, which war threwa them costume underneath the was man's ANNOTJNCEME NTS it is hard to foretell who will be the held at the Fair grounds on July 4th. j dress, and it was evident that the semble the genuine, but behind e victor. was about fifteen hundred pec tended Aroma n was a man. He took a them is neither honor or honesty. For County Judge. pie in attendence and there Avas an felt hat out of his bag and put it on, You will find no substitutes, only Dispatches from Washington indicate then, taking a paper out of his coat We are authorized to announce Clay- strongly that Hon. J. Sherman Cooper abundance of old ham, fried chicken pocket, he put It in mine. the genuine of standard quality at and all of those toothsome dishes for ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- will be ousted from the collectorship All Ihls was done between two sta- atR. S. BROWN'S CASH STORE, ty Judge of Garrard County subject to of the Eighth district. The only thing Avhich the Garrard countv ladies nr tions about ten miles apart, although noted to feed all of those in attendance ' the Lancaster, Ky. the action of the democratic party. train went pretty slow. When we that seems to be holding him in office and as much left over. An old fash- - ' reached the second station the man The store that sells Cadet Stockings is the inability of Senator Bradley and ioned basket dinner Avas spread and got out of the train, leaving me still Congressman Powers to agree upon For Sheriff. everyone- - present Avas invited to par-- j powerless. I was just as conscious of whom shall succeed him, the former the situation ns If I had not Inhaled We are authorized to announce C. A. endorsing Winston Wiseman of Dan- take. Rev. F. M. Tinder upon behalf of Franklin Lodge No. 7 made the ad-- l the cigarette. I surmised that Jie Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of ville and the latter wanting a 11th. man was a criminal fleeing from jus Garrard County, subject to the action district man to have the plum. Natio dress of Avelcome and in a few well tice and had put papers In my pocket rtnnpnn rt ntl.r tc""l-ll-in)Anl u,e I. I j "ul"wu- (hat wonI(1 cause ,,is pursuors to think of the Democratic party. nal committeeman &. K. Burnam of i ir.v n"f tliA lnrlcra fr ifa Ym tfc. .WO miocfo .WMtj. lii nua ' that I Avas the man they Avcro looking Richmond also wishes to have a say followed by Hon. Charles A. Hardin of for. Why he wished them to think so in the matter and has recommended For Assessor. HarrodsUurg, Avho for thirty minutes I fancied to bo because they word hot Waller Bennett of Richmond for the made an interesting and instructive on the pursuit and he wished to gain Don C. EdWe are authorized to announce Dave place. talk upon the good Avhich is being ac- tine by throwing them off the track. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor wards has been to see the president to complished by the odd fellows and! Tno train seemed to lie delayed in of Garrard county subject to the ac- intercede for the retention of Cooper, fraternal orders in general; next came starting again. It appeared to me that but as Mr. Edwards now belongs it must be waiting for something. tion of the democratic party. among the "lame ducks" it is hardly Rev O. M. Huey of Somerset, who What was my horror to see several probable t at his wishes in the mat- set forth in a masterful way the work men come to the door of the compartFor Sheriff. being done by the odd felloAvs, their ment led by the man Avho had drugged ter will be regarded. aims, the progress being made by the me. We are authorized to announce EASY AND SAFE TO USE order, and what they hoped to accom"That's the man," he said. Eugene F. Ware, former CommisAshby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff sioner of Pensions, poet, humorist and plish in the future. The crowd then The effect of the cigarette had passed INEXPENSIVE. of Garrard county, subject to the ac- noted writer died while on a visit to adjourned to the heavily laden dinner off sufficiently to enable me to protest. But the man interrupted me. tion of the democratic party. relatives at Colorado Springs last Sun- tables, to Avhich they did ample justice. "I tell you," he said to the others, day. Mr Ware under the nom de plume After dinner there Avas races of all "he's the notorious Cartouche, who a For Magistrate. of "Ironquil" won name and fame as kinds, fat men's races, potato races, day or two ago escaped the French a writer, his best production being barrel races, and to add to the interest police. I saAV him in court once and ON ALL LIVE STOCK. of the occasion, the Anderson jury knew him the moment he entered the are authorized to announce "The Washerwoman". We. John N. White as a candidate for Mr. Ware was 70 years of age and which Avas in attendence under the train. If you don't believe me search DISfiftrECTS, Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- was born in Conneticut. He fought charge of Sheriff C. A. Robinson, took him. lie may have something that CLEANSES. rard county, subject to the action of with the union troops throughout the part in a very amusing foot race around will identify him on his person." PURIFIES. My blood ran cold. I knew of Carthe democratic party. civil war and was an aide on Gen. the fair ring. The Liberty brass band dispensed touche, Avho was under sentence of It has 90 many uses that It Is Sherman's staff on his "march to the music for the occasion and after My death. I was ordered out of the coach, sea". a necessity on every (arm. County Judge. For Old Kentucky Home at four o'clock but as I had not recovered the uso of Will Shanks from Lincoln, Francis the crowd dispersed, all loud in praise my limbs they Avere obliged to pull CURES MANGE, SCAB, We are authorized to announce Breckinridae Douglar from Boyle and out. They placed me on a baggage of the hospitality of the Odd FcIIoavs me RINGWORM, SCRATCHES Beazley as a candidate for and went through my pockets. roller James A. John M. Farra from Garrard county of Lancaster. A letter addressed to .Tuques Cartouche County Judge of Garrard county, subare the nominees for representative Destroys All Disease Germs was found on me. At that moment the ject to the action of the Democratic from their respective counties. All Don't Quit. train'pulled out and my accuser, jumpparty. DRIVES AWAY FLIES three young active, intelligent and Fight, and the crowd stays Avith you; ing on the footboard, went off with it. progressive young men; with such men Quit, and you are out of the race; I Avas taken to the town jail. On the JOS 8A13 BT f For Sheriff. in Frankfort the eighth district will For he Avho quits goes doAvn and out, the next train police officers take her rank in the fore front in the R. And Avho fights slips into his place; arrived. The moment they saAV me they knew they had boon tricked. I We are authorized to announce W. halls of the legislature, all three will Dig, and reach the McRoberts & Son. told them my story, and they knew L.. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard make their marks and will put forth Quit, and you find but sand; by my description of my accuser that countv. subiect to the action of the their best efforts for the good of the For the treasure is for the digger SEND FOR FREE BOOKLETS he was Cartouche himself. But the state. democratic party. For the quitter, the rifled land. train on whjeli they came lrsd gone on and they Avere obliged to wait for Those who were unfavorable to the PIoav, and you turn smooth furroAvs; Many of the towns in central Ken- nomination of Hon. James B. Mcthe next to get on jnthe chase. Quit, and your tools gather rust, tucky are having crimes committed Creary for Governor advanced every Root, and you soon I considered myself lucky to escape learn to burroAv; as easily as I did, for the police bewithin their borders by that ever pres-n- argument imaginable as to why he Keep striving, and pay you it must. lieved my story, saying that it was class of undesirables, vagrants. In should not receive the democratic nomi- The Avorld lays its coin on the Avinner; just like Cartouche, who had played nine cases out of ten Avhere you find nation', but their efforts Avere futile, For the shirk, it has no use at all; that and similar games before. an idle Avell dressed negro, one who is he made a runaway race, gaining his So, up with you; Wrestle, you sinner; By a very singular coincidence I saw never known to work, and yet wears nomination by over 25000 votes. Gar- Or don't howl if you go to Avail. Cartouche again, though some years better clothes than any of his own race rard county was ever for McCreary Martin Brewster, in Farm Journal. later. I returned to America. On the and than most white people, that same and stood true to him this time, giving steamer I found the stern fenced off colored gentleman is engaged in some his opponent but thirty votes in the with canvas. There was an opening BLOOfi POISON. nefarious calling that will ultimately county. between the canvas and an after cabin Cured By The Marvel Of The Century, B. through Avhich I could look into that bring him within the clutches of the A fitting tribute to the popularity of portion of the deck Avhich had been law. B. B. Tested For 30 Years. fenced off for the use of the steerage Lancaster is not free from this class Ollie James Avas the way the voters passengers. While looking through SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. of people, and while there has as yet turned out and cast their ballots for Drives out blood poison in any I see but a been no crime committed by them; yet him Saturday, notwithstanding the an- stage permanently without deadly this aperture, who should man whom I Immediately recognized they are a constant menace. They are nounced withdrawal of his opponent mercury, with pure Botanical- - ingreas Cartouche. the ones who at odd intervals are en- Judge Paynter several days previous to dients. To prove it we will send you a I was sorry I had seen him. for I felt gaged in the whiskey traffic, and if it the election. What a team to go against SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE. it incumbent on me to prevent his - Lancaster, Ky. were not for the vigilance of the au- James and McCreary, how can our If you have Ulcers, Eating Sores, landing In America. Had he been going Phone 340. thorities, would be conducting tigers friends the enemy expect to Avin Itching Humors, Swellings, 1 should have hold my Mucus the other way against this pair. here as of old. Patches, Bone Pains, offensive Pimples peace. But as a criminal coming to Section 4758 of the Ky. Statutes deor Eruptions, take B. B. B. Botanic my oAvn country my duty as a citizen fines a vagrant as "Any able bodied The primary is over and now we Blood Balm). All symptoms healed Avas to Inform the immigrant commisperson, male or female, who has no have to think of November. We have quickly. Blood is made pure and rich sioners of his identity. On reaching visible means of support, and who a good ticket and there is no reason completely changing the entire body New. York I told my story and the port habitually refuses to work, and who why we should not win out in the final into a clean, healthy condition, healing criminal was sent back to the from which he sailed. What became habitually loiters on the streets or election. Every body get busy and every sore and stopping all aches, of him after his return I don't know, public places of any village, town or lets elect a full democratic set of of- pains and itching curing the worst but be was smart enough to cheat the city." ficers this fall. case of blood poison, druggists or by gallows more than once, and he may e The city of Lancaster has an express, $1 per large bottle, with have used another as he used me. down the throat o a "jrapey" covering this offense, and she directions for . home cure, samples chicken destroys the vrorms . Wash Those Pimples off. 5 also has within her bounds several ofand saves the chick's life. A sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Use D. D. D., that mild, soothing Atlanta, Ga., Describe your trouble few drops In the drlnklne vater fenders under that ordinance. Why Parson's Poem A Gem. not take time by the forelock and wash, that recognized remedy for Ec- and free medical advice given. Sold CURES and people before the proper zema and all skin troubles. First by F. P. Frisbie. bring these PREVENTS GAPES From Rev. H. Stubenvoll, Allison la., 4 tribunal, either have them show some drops take away that awful burning white diarrhoea and other chick inpraise of Dr. King's New Life Pills. diseases." means of support, and take no itch, cleanse the skin wash away visible way excuses in the matter, go to every pimple evsry impurity. Noth'"They're such a health necessity, half One 5Qc Bottle of work or suffer the penalty to the full ing like D. D. D. for the complexion. In every home these pills should be. Get a 25c trial bottle today, worth extent provided for their idleness. If otHer kinds you've tried in vain, It will do no good after some crime ten times its cost to have a bottle in Makes 12 GalloBS ef Hedlclae. Every poultry raiser should kcep'a bottle ot has been committed to take this step, the house. .At any rate, drop in today Royal blood and splendid individuality, USE DR. KING'S thlsmediclne on band. Ask for free booklet on and perhaps by exterminating this and investigate the merit of , this TBf rat;. ,. And be well again... Only 25c at R. E. 'Diseases ot Fowls." vagrant class, some crime could be wonderful prescription. v For sale by . J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster; Ky. McRoberts & S6n$? i, prevented, perhaps some human- - life all druggist The Central Record Trick HENS 3 to 9cts FARMERS Save yourself from heavy lifting by using a FOLDING SWEEP - stage-coachpatter- n. Roosters 4 to 4icts. Young Ducks 8cts Eggs, lOcis. Turkeys Sets. Coal from 10 to 13cts more del. in yard. c a great Labor Saver. Let us show you the Doin Swinging Hay Stacker, Wolter A. Wood ond Dain Mowers. H. B. NORTHCOTT, DEPOT STREET. Standard Binder Twine 8c per lb Call and see us. J. R. MOUNT, SON 3( , CO. m good-for-nothin- g, Her-ron- One Ounce of Satisfaction IS WORTH A TON OF TALK. SEE THAT YOU GET '8pm SrJ r-s-- 1 u m BETSY'S POINTERS Glen Lily Flour, and we Guarantee you that you wIU be SATISFIED. DEPOSIT YOUR WHEAT WITH US. 'S pre-Ther- liiling Lancaster, Kentucky. liraUii aUlraiiWrej m Co. si rsrSyiTtiMHJsrJipJfSiliS I :"".," 'J ... 1 I u VV ULA-1- Jf Flour. Goal, k !l Eliiups "44 1 We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, Raymond City Coal, all coal, no clinkers Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. STUDEBAKER WAGONS. I K LLS LICE t GLASS and SAUNDERS CAMP NELSON, KY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice arriA-aL.o- e; J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, rock-botto- Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. -- D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. nt Paper Cleaning. 3E3I Don't Repaper this season. Have your If Women Would Bank Their Money and save themselves many a worry as well. The Garrard Bank &. Trust Co., invites acfrom women counts whether engaged in busi ness or not. A call here will disclose many ad vantages of paying by check instead of in cash. Any of the officers wdl be glad to relate them. Fas. Paper Cleaned. wSrH they would spend less J. J. Faulkner. a - The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. ordi-nae- Telephones Installed Since May st, 9 . 1 1 11 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 165 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan 363-- S 374-- S ! Residence 2 M below Lowell on R: R. i-- m J. W. Mahan A. Morgan Misses Moss & Lay Dr. R. L. Pontius James Rankin T. C. Rankin Turner & Carpenter. . Miss Margaret Zanone G. Oakdala Herd of 186 365 333-- U 384-- A Residence Crab Orchard St. Residence Water St. Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. i - . Registered Durocs Bourbon Poultry Cure ResidenceBright's Bend. 3fj .... 213 381 Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. Grocery Campbell St. Residence Crab Orchard St. Paste this in. your telephone book. J.4R.M6unt,,Son &Co The BastiiL Telephone Company, Lie, Lancaster, Ky -- " 3fc fc - 'ZKj&3? 23T&2.&VG&.dE2?&a3Pr&A&rWH.i wynBM S1kst9Q9 WHY COMPLAIN B&srfim MuSMb AsJJej lK HA s iniHHDRI WITH YOUR FEET NOW? I GROVER'S Qomfort Shoes for Tender Feet The Joseph rjiM aagyiBi ere EUltllG Company. ssLisaenss i i 5 jaft a-- wa w?7Tsa or All for good Aboard boards, beam?, timbers and lumber of any kind. This is the place where such things are bought by builders who know their business. Give us your next order and you'll know why. The difference in the quantity of ilfftiWi WmWmm,!mm UHMkW VSffi59S5K F Gossip About People vvv I'' 1 companied io cheu good wishes. lumber needed and the time and money thus saved will amaze you. Lancaster Lumber & Wig Ce. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. fcwV)iV fs3gMgSf3'&.' IjgMflJlgfMjg'MrfJPMiE rBfgJlriWnl.ulrrlMnlMrH. We f Ice AT THE 1 n i ft Creamery AT - s i2c Per Pound IH. V. i a 1 1 BASTIN. liMiSfifiiiiUiiliifiiljlJli MBfrtfiBirfgiBjTararSii MthUii 1 jlirjfe 5 Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, "ina F,.:t.. l ""j "" --- , ., . , can toe lam ngnt. over wood shingles if necessary Stormproof Last as long as the building and never . need repairs. For further detailed information apply to .'.V.t j&VW- - FIRST-CLAS- S MEAT Having bought a bunch of fine Young Gattle We will still be able to furnish the trade with First-Cla- ss Meats. 181. .--it Davidson & Walker. Phone - r ,- Tuesday to visit several patients. Kill More Than Wild Beasts. Miss Lula McWhorter of Paint Lick The number of people killed yearly Mr Kay Lackey, of Kansas City, Mo., is with her aunt Mrs. W. S. Carrier. by wild beast don't approach the vast is here visiting his parents. Miss Eliza Ison, of lower Garrard, number killed by disease germs. No Mrs. Mary White is in Stanford vis- has been the recent guest of Mrs. E. life is safe from their attacks. They're L. Owsley. iting her son W. M. White. in air, dust,, even food. But grand Hon. W. S. Burch, County attorney protection is afforded by Electric BitMrs. James Anderson of Chicago is visiting Mrs. Sue Burnside Anderson. of Lincoln county was here Monday on ters, which destroy and expel these legal business. deadly disease germs from the system. Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Frankfort is Danuel Collier Elkin is at home after That's why chills, fever and ague, all the guest of her mother Mrs. Ella Bet-tia successful scholastic year at Andover malarial and many blood diseases yield promptly to this wonderful blood puriMisses Tommie Francis and Edna Massachusetts. fier. Try them, and enjoy the glorious Newell Fox is in Danville having ac- health and new strength they'll give Kavanaugh were visitors in Danville cepted a position with his uncle at you. Money back, if not satisfied Monday. Only oOc at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Misses May and Annie Powell are Fox's livery stable. enjoyingta visit to friends in Upper Miss Bessie Yantis of Indianapolis is expected Tuesday for a visit to Mr. Garrard. Call On The Following MerMrs. C. D. Powell was in Richmond and Mrs. James Dudderar. John Burnside of San Angelo, Texas for a short visit to her sister Mrs. W. chants, is expected shortly to visit his parents T. Short. J. E. Stokmes. Druggist. Leverne and James Nevius are in Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Burnside. R. S. Brown, General Merchandise. Mesdames Mary Ann Best of Paint Stanford visiting their grand mother Bali, & Holtzclaw. Grocers. Lick and .Pauline Carter of Cartersville Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Davidson & Walker, Grocers. are guests of Mrs. J. B. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. John Askins of T. Currey, Grocery. Mesdames B. E. Flora and W. H. were guests Sunday of Mr. and J: N. Ross, Grocery. Mrs. R. S. Brown. Whitaker, of Richmond, were guests Turner & Carpenter, Grocery. Mr. and Mrs George McRoberts of of Miss Annie Austin Saturday. D. T. Brummett, Grocery. Covington are with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cleveland Rose of Richmond came And try a 10 cts cake of CREME Tuesday to see his parents Mr. and SOAP Its more than soap made purely Burnside for a stay. of vegetable substances. A skin food Miss Bessie Brown returned Tues- Mrs. G. B. Rose of Bryantsville. day after a pleasant visit to Miss Sue Miss Ruth Tinder of Birmingham and complection beautifier. Crag of Shelbyville. Alabama is the guest of her cousins PAINT LICK. ie Tatem and brother Mr. Misses Delia and Fannie Tinder. Earl Tatem of Silver Creek have been Rice Fox has returned to Tulsa, Mr. W. S. Fish, of Stanford was visiting Miss Eliza Todd. Oklahoma, after a vacation spent with with his parents last Thursday. his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fox. Col. Jack Chinn and wife of Harrods-burg- r Miss Ada Estridge, of Wallaceton, were visitors last week of Mr. and Misses Newell of Somerset'and Elizavisited Mrs. M. K. Ross last week. Mrs. James I. Hamilton. beth Fox of Danville are guests of Miss Nancy Terry was the guest of Mrs. Mildred Beazley is at home Missess Sophoria and Mary Lynn Fox. her home folks Saturday and Sunday. again after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Bourne and sister Miss VirMiss Lula McWhorter left home last William Hays of Stanford. ginia Bourne have been in Stanford Saturday to teach school near Buena Mrs. David Chenault has returned to visiting their sister, Mrs. W. K. War- Vista. her home in Richmond after a visit to ner. Mrs. Robert Duncan and sister, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. W . Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes and lit- Minnie Hurt are visiting Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Arthusa Curry returned Mon- tle daughter, Margaret Elkin Hughes of Berea. day from a visit to her daughter Mrs. Kave returned to their home in LouisMr. and Mrs. George Treadway and ville. Fisher D. Gaines of Danville. daughter Miss Nettie visited in Berea Mesdames J. B. Conn and Pauline last Sunday. W. K. Shugars Jr. of Stanford is Carter have returned from a visit to Miss Nettie Treadway visited her spending several weeks with his grand Miss Estella Conn at the Louisville sister last week and atteneed the wedfather Judge William Shugars. Deaconess Hospital. ding of her cousin. "Miss Jennie Davis and little nieces, Mrs. Alex Walker and little daughMr. Atward Hardwick. of Hamilton the Misses Hendren of Mt Vernon, are ter Virginia Pearl, have returned after Ohio, is visiting his parents Air. and visitors of Mr. and Airs. S. N. Davis. a visit of several weeks to the Misses Mrs. A. B. Hardwick. Mr. and Mrs. David Jones andlittle Hardin, in Indianapolis. Mrs. Saufley Hughes and little son daughter, Allene Brown, of Kirksville have been the guests of her parents Mrs. William Porter of Stanford is were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Francis. Brown. Charles Grimes the former being conMiss Callie Adams has returned to sidered dangerously ill. her home in Lancaster, after a few Miss Mamie Lee Ballard was one of d the bride's maids at the Mrs. Davie Bright and sister Miss days visit to Miss Eliza Rucker. wedding in Nicholasville last Wed- Sallie Grimes and Mr. Ben Grimes, of Little Misses Marguerite and Clara nesday. Lexington, are here at the bedside of Highland, of Paris, are visiting their grand.mother, Mrs. Martha Ely. Misses Ora and Vivian Prather have their brother, Mr. Charley Grimes. Mrs. Dee Woods and daughter Miss returned from a week's visit to Misses H. L. Cress of Cincinnati and Will Lurah Mitchell and Minnie Pearl Brown iam Cress of Monticello, Ky., and Minnie, of Stanford, are spending sevof Buckeye. George Beck of Milton Ohio are guests eral days with Mrs. H. L. Wallace. Miss Jane Terry entertained several home of Mr. J M. Cress of Mr. and Mrs. Smith-Lon- g d at the of of her friends laft Monday night in Arkansas are here for visit to Preachersville. honor of her guest Miss Elenor Hagan, Mrs. Carrie Davidson and other LanMiss Kathleen Walter entertained of Richmond. caster relatives. at a moonlight party on Wednesday Mrs. Ferguson of Mount Vernon, has Mrs. John Boland and little daughter night in honor of her cousins Mr. Dan returned to her home after spending Dorothy Boland of Lexington are here Elkin and Miss Anna Margaret Elkin several days with her daughter Mrs. to spend the summer with Mr. and who are just home from school. W. D. Hammock. Mrs. Wade Walker. Mrs. M. D. Hughes is in Louisvil'e Misses 'Louese Rice and Mollie McMrs. B. F. Walters was hostess at visiting her son R. E. Hughes and Whorter were the guests of Miss Nanan elegant luncheon on last Friday family. She will be joined this yeek nie May Davidson, of Richmond from evening in honor of Mrs. Percy Noland by Judge Hughes who goes to see their Friday until Monday of last week. daughter, Mrs. Percy Noland and chilof Seattle Washington. dren who will leave soon for Seattle Escapes With His Life. Mr. Arnold Simmons of Berwick Washington. Pennsylvania and J. P. Simmons of "Twenty-on- e years ago I faced an Mr. and Mrs. Millard F. West are awful death," writes, H. B. Martin, DeLand Florida are the guest of Mr. now occupying their handsome new J. S. Johnson and R. L. Arnold. Port Harrelson, S. C. "Doctor said I residence situated in the fashionable had consumption and the dreadful cough Mrs. Victor Rice and little daughter Chevy Chase suburbs of Washington, Stella formely of this place are both Dt C. The exterior of the house is I- had looked like it, sure enough. I tried everything, I could hear of, for reported very ill of typhoid fever at patterned after a Swiss Chalet with the home of Mrs. Mary Rice in Dan- all modern conveniences and attrac my cough, and was under the treatment of the best doctor in Georgetown, ville. tions. S. C. for a year, but could get no re Mrs. Michael Smith and little son Ms-eMrs. Michial Ray entertained lief. A friend advised me to try Dr. James Leavel Smith of Fort Smith at an elegant six o'clock dinner the King's New Discoyery. I did so, and Arkansas are guests of Mrs. Smith's first of this week in honor of Miss was completely cured. I feel that I father Mr. James Leavell of Bryants-vill- Ruth Ray of Richmond Normal and owe my life to this great throat" and miss nany uoy a popular young lung cure." Its positively guaranteed Mrs. H. M. Ballou and bright little woman of Madison. Covers were laid for coughs, colds, and all bronchial afchildren leave --Lancaster to become for" the following guests' "Misses Cor fections. 50cW& $1.00 Trial bottle free residents of Stanford They are ac- - delia and Ruthe Ray, Hallie Coy , Tom at R. E: McRoberts& Son. " . . r iJ i A A Brief Mention of the Comings end Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. Dickerson; Mesdames R. I. Burton, J. W., Brown, J. S. Gilbert, Messrs Judge L. L. Walker was in Paris Micheal' Ray, J. W. Brown, W. T. Davis, J. W. Burton. D. R Coy and Friday on legal business. Dr. . I. S. filbert. The color scheme Mrs. Sam Cotton has been spending was green and pink and beautifully a week at Crab Orchard. carried out. The guests left feeling it Dr. Spitler of Crab Orchard came was good to have been there. w ,-- home by many Notice. 3 ! IT IV 1JU.J Just received a nice assortment of I Vnil'IKlI FIVn 11 111 TH1C CM IIMM 11111 J) Drummer Samples to retail at whole- ! sale prices. Shoes and Hats at reduced prices. For Sale. Bargains on my 10c tables. Best fancy patent Hour Goc, 70c and7.,c .Meat 10c, UprigRt piai.O, in good condition, 12c and lie per pound. Lard compound price $95.00. Apply at iM? office. 10c, Pheasant pure lard lie, granulated Wanted a cook for a small famify'-- St sugar 17Jbs for one dollar; arbuckle coffee 21 c, greea.c6fTee 18c, soap 3 Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Bright Herron. cakes f or aJfme, soda : pkgs 10c, Phone 368 G. best cwKoil 10c per gallon, "Atlas" Have a Spirella Corset selected for Mason Jars, qts. Goc, 2 qts. 80c. you and perfectly fitted by a compeTerms cash at the store. Produce tent Corsetiere. taken at cash value. 2t Miss Rella Arnold, Agt. S. X. Davis at Powell Stand. Water Rent Due. FROM ARCHERY TO GOLF. D s. J ' J iWAW SP--. f .W.v' The city has gone to a big expense in repairing the Waterworks and need money so all those who owe rent please pay me at once. L. E. Heron. Supt. Wanted. 1-- m .- - MJm s I. '. -- wm.vM Mc-Crea- ry nsAv." w 4i. IV r i The address of Albert Lindbery and Ida C. his wife of County of Garrard, State of Kentuckey 1889." Address L. B. Halleran, G3 B'way, Flushing? N. Y. 2t Automobile Tires. Fine new independent make tires and tubes at most reasonable prices. 30x3-312.35. 28x3-11.3- 0. 0. 2Sx3J-$14.0- 0 5, 30x3-SlG.0- .. 32x3J $17.20, 31x4-2l.534x4-25.90, 0, 34x3J-$17.732x4-$22.7- 35x1-20,6- 5. 33x4-23.5- 0, 34x4J-30.20. 0. 0, Once Cupid, the frolicsome laddlo, With quiver and arrows would call. But he now takes a man for a caddla And uses his heart for a ball. KEEP THE KIDNEYS 36x4-27.50, 36x43-331.6- 36x5-335.1- 0. Miss-Jess- WELL Lan- Health Is Worth Saving, And Some Tubes about 30 percent lower than standard list prices. Terms C. O. D. if 20 percent of amount accompanied order. 10 percent allowed if cash accompanies order. Money refunded if goods are not satisfactory. The Gey-Sales Co., Bimm BIdg., Dayton, er caster People Know How To Save It- - Ohio. Many Lancaster people take their lives in their hands by neglecting the kidneys when they know these organs need help. Sick kidneys are responsible for a vast amount of suffering and ill health the slightest delay is dangerous. Use Doan's Kidney Pills a remedy that has cured thousands of kidney snfferers. Here is a Lancaster citizen's recommendation. Mrs. T. S. Elkin, New Danville Pike, to Doan's Kidney Pills for the benefit they-havbrought in my family. My back was very lame and there was a constant pain at the base of my spine. Doan's Kidney Pills went at once to the root of my trouble and entirely relieved me. Another member of my family was bothered by attacks of lumbago and his back was so weak and lame that walking was'difficult. Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Frisbio's Drug Store, brought relief inr this case ju.t as quickly as they did in mine. I have not the slightest hesitation in recommending this remedy, as I know it lives up to all claims made for it." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n cents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United e Foster-Milbur- Red Top Lancaster, Ky., says: "I feel grateful Asphalt Granite Roofing factory Roofing made today. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. Sparks-Bal-lar- Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- ASK YOUR DEALER Pari-goul- States. Remember the take no other. name Doan's and Haselden Bros. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer , Office Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. - HELLO! IS THAT , nd Beazley - Phone C& Haselden? IN-- , e. DD.'you write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? YES. or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. 1-- m " A " S-t &K. .T 4" (W - X Kentucky Fair Dates. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. It Often Happens. ORGANIZED XSS3. FARMER'S COLUMN I rfpneo lielow this heading is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain mid such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will he only in ,vo issues of the THE FORCE Copyright by American Press ciation. 1311. lb Citizens I I N National Bank KY. OFHABIT Asso- The following are tho dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as I ooo30ooocofta far as reported: Madisonville, July I OF LANCASTER, Qn0X By C. ROBB1NS ANDREWS CAPITAL $50,000. V. W. SURPLUS- $30,000. - F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Record, free of charge 0. Rickey, Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. J. S. Prompt Attention. .5 When Alfred Pool first went to school lie stood no chance whatever. But he grew up and "played the fool," And people called him clever. For Sale One good yearling Bull. J. II. Thompson. Preachersville, Ky. Chas. Graves,, of Paint Lick, has a nice short horn bull for sale. Fort Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L.Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. J. Sow and nine pigs. H. Tompson, Preachersville, Ky. Sale Language Chance In Diazland. . C. C. Carpenter, of Hustonville, Ky., recenty sold to Florida party two fine young mares by Dignity Dare for $750. Mule buyers have been picking up a few sucklings around in Oldham county recenty, at prices ranging from $100 to $125 for good ones. Lancaster Colored AUGUST 11th and 12th, George Moran, Pres, lair 1911. James B. Williams, Sec. Ki ft "Mexico is a good country for the to forefather in." "What's the smswcrV" "Fifty-tw-o Indian tongues arc spoken of Winchester, bought recently from Elmendorf farm at Lexington, an imported Jersey cow for which he paid four hundred dollars. For Sale or Exchange. D. T. Matlack, Lancaster, Kentucky. Five room cottage, one acer ground, store house 30x16, good cisten, out building, would exchange for small farm and pay diffence. Call on or address J. W. Aker, Preachersville, Ky. The 1911 cron -- f "wheat is being tlireblieu and delivered and the dealers tell us is the best, in point of quality, ever raised in the county, and is both weighing and grading splendidly. The price being received by the farmer is in the neighborhood of eighty cents 339&&6auBi JTmJL there." Encouraging. S S i va c F & $w & r M ill F a S W 'a 0T I x per bushel. Mat Cohen, with his fine string, continues to win blue tics on the Ohio circuit. The features of Wednesday's show at Columbus were the Campbell stake and the walk-trring. Mrs. Lowndes' Kentucky's Choice won the first, valued at $500. while her Kath-erin- e Sheridan captured the latter. Reolatta, also owned by Mrs. Lowndes, took the blue in the road class. Young Heir (to her father) Then, pay my adsir, I have your consent to Mr. Hood Worthington and Gentry dresses to your daughter. I trust I y sold to Mr. Joseph Brothers may win her affect ions. not, why not? Plenty of oth- Bales, of Richmond, two hvndred and "Why fifty head of the finest export cattle ers have succeeded." that have been seen in Boyle county in many a day. It is said that they are Circumscribed Mentality. the cream bunch produced in Kentucky this year. The average weight is estimated at 1500 pounds and delivoiy will be made immediately. The price paid for the cattle was $0.25 per hundred. Danville Advocate. ot to-da- Wlf v flWHl a There was revolution in Mexico. General Alvarez was suspected by the president and closely watched. Ouc day n visitor called at the general's headquarters. "General," said the visitor, taking a manuscript package from his pocket, "knowing your reputation as a man of literary taste, a critic of the highest order" "Cut that out," interrupted Alvarez. "I was once chief reader for a publishing house." "I see. I have here a book of poems" "Poems of any kind are not available. We have a whole room full of Excuse me; the force of habit is great. I was thinking I was back in the editorial sanctum." "But these poems of mine," continued the visitor. "I consider to be In that lighter vein which is the only kind of poetry now popular." "Have you tried tho Mexican Popular Magazine?" "General," replied the visitor impressively after a pause, "if you have been an editor I have been a contributor. I'm on to that honeyed fashion of getting rid of 'an author.' " The general settled back in his chair as one bracing himself to hear an author's rec;i hy liis experience is more valuable than other experiences. Those In the room went about their various duties. The visitor met tho general's eye and winked at him. The latter caught on. "These poems," continued the man with the manuscript, "were composed during a period of deep feeling. The spring was coining on and nature was awakening." "You can wake me when you get through." yawned the general. "One word more. Tearful April, with its clouds and thin gilded linings, had passed into June, and the roses were unfolding their delicate petals." The general closed his eyes. "I seized my pen and yielding to tho balmy" The general snored. The visitor looked about him and. seeing that the others in the room were becoming infected witli the drowsiness that had fallen upon their chief. laid his manuscript on the table and silently withdrew. As soop a3 the door had closed behind the author the general awoke. "lias ho gone?" he asked with a "" shudder. general." "Yes. Taking up the manuscript Alvarez j j Henderson, July 255 days. Georgetown, July 255 days. 3 days LANCASTER, JULY Providence, August 15 days. Danville, August 3 3 daj-Berea, August 3 days Versailles, August days. Lexington, August days. Uniontown, August 5 day3. Taylorsville, August 8 4 days Elizabethtown, August days Vanceburg. August 4 days. Lawrenceburg. August 15- - J days. Leitchfield, August 15-- 1 days. Burkesville, August 15-- 4 days. Broadhead, August 3 days. Fern Creek, August 4 days. Columbia, August 224 days Shepherdsville, August 22--1 days. London, August 22-- 4 days, Hardinsburg, August 223 days Shelby viile, August 224 days Liberty, August 23-- 3 days Erianger, August 23-- 4 days. Germantown, August 24-- 3 days. Nicholasville, August 29-- 3 days. Frankfort, August 29-- 1 days Fulton, August 29-- 5 days Barboursville, August 30-- 3 days Franklin, August 31-- 3 days Somerset, August 30-- 3 days. Bardstown, August 30-- 4 days. Paris, September 5 day?. Mon'ji !lo, September 4 days. Alexander, September 5 days. Mount Olivet, September 4 days. Hogdenville, September 5- - 3 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, tember 11-- days. Horse Cave, September 20-- 4 days. Morgantown. September 21-- 3 days .Falmouth, September 27-- 4 days. Glasgow, September 27-- 4 days Mayfieid, September 27-- 4 days Paducah, October 3- -1 days 2G-27-- 185 days. 8o oooooaeoa fro- - oooeooooo &o$ 1 .! EXPERIENCE Is the best teacher, so come ami the best SHAVE to be had at s get 3-- 2-- 3 7--G HENRY DUNCAN'S Bauheu Suoro.v Richmond Stkkkt. We make a specialty of Honing Razors. 8-- 94 9-- Jersey Buli Henij Simpson 88427 Season 191 1G-- 1G-- i. J. W. H. SWEENEY. d. TINSLEY, l'HONK :t-- County Surveyor. J. OClcc over F. O. Hurt 3 furniture tore. Lancaster, Kentucky 004000900009 ooooooooeooooooooooc 5-- Gut 5-- Flowers o--0 1 oo3 5-- of QUALITY. 5-- UWare McRoberts. OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOQO G Henry L.Gasey,o.v.s. VETERINARIAN. 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If lie had two ideas at r lesthe same time they would have a should be, eight or ten smashup." sor?;; given in systematic order will accomplish mor and put a colt in In Midocean. condition to utand more severe testa than the haphazard please methods now commonly practised can do In two years. half-houu use of corn fodder In ad dition to corn and alfalfa will cheap en the ration of corn and make the Gains less costly because of the low market value of tho fodder, and in this way it is usually more profitable than corn and alfalfa alone well-cured Don t try to see how warm you can make your hog house this winter; hut see how well bedded you can keep It and how well you can ventilate it. air Is needed by the hog as much as it is by any ether animal on i'l-es- the farm. jmmMmgm I ?USTRdPTOffl3lr The Wife or Husband can work wonders with I Husband (near the rail) Oil, let me die! Wife (in steamer chair) That's just like you, James. You never could hold your own. 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Our discoverer, ten years a move him. lie puzzled for hours try- miserable sufferer vith the above ing to find a key to a secret message. troubles, and RHEUMATISM for At last, by skipping all but every years, was cured in one week. To tenth word, he succeeded. lie was in- prove our remedy, while they last, vited to join the revolutionists, carry- regular size bottles only 25c at ing with him the force under his com- -' Stormes Drug Store. mand. For so doing he was to be appointed minister of war. Having read all of the message he could find to read, and being satisfied that there was no more of it. he wrote , his acceptance of the proposition and of all kinds and of the laid down his plan of operations by making a dot over the words required to make up his message. This done at daybreak, in the morning he went to bed. When the author came the next Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed day for his manuscript the general said A representative of our Company ' to him: will be at the Kengarlan Hotel in Lan"I am very much obliged to you for caster, every county court day. your kind permission to read your beautiful poems. I have not been HARRIS & WHEELER, struck so forcibly with the poetic fer- - j vor of any manuscript in many years. In these verses is the very soul of NICHOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY. poetry. But in" "Never mind that." said the author. "I have hoard it a million times before. ' I know what you're coming to." "Oil. I forgot," replied the general. "I am not now in the position of a publisher; you wisli simply my honest The undersigned hereby give warn- individual literary opinion. Well, your .- - nftt tn trnnanno nnn tn ., poems are tomniyrot. 'J here is neither our lands for any purpose whatever as versification nor feeling nor thought w,n Psecute all offenders to ful- in them. But I'll make a suggestion. ' we ex tent of the law. Hunters and They nre so bad that if youcan make lest them a little worse and start a few of Fishermen especially take notice. Sqnire R Parsons them in some publication intended to Jno M Farra Ed & N B Price be popular, with a curious story about ' W S Ferguson the author, I'm not sure but you could E F Herring W A Price get a big sum for them." S L Rich W S Embry "Thank you. general, for your very Mrs P w Kinnair(1 T A Eikin j practical advice." Dave Thompson W Sweeney l - UUU1U1 LUICW IUC liiailll.TUl ipi Z T Rice Jas Sutton at the author, telling him to get out, j Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels and if he ever came again on such a H C Arnold matter ho would have him arrested D B Anderson W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, and his poetic ambition cut off bythe G Y Conn L H Brown garrote. J G Conn The young man caught the package T W Conn and, departing, made his way to the J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. commander of the insurgent army. Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett " Laying the pages on a table, the mes- C G Gay W K Leavell sage of General Alvarez was quickly E Dunn John Boian deciphered. A few days later at dawn E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath. the rebels moved on the government R. E. Thompsan Works and were joined by the troops of Booth Thompson W. Simpson General Alvarez. The revolution was J. accomplished, and Alvarez was made minister of war, according to the agreement. Later the deposed president asked Very the new one how he had managed to It is a very serious matter to ask nil in hi i:. ill: itoo LuuiuiuuiLiiic for one medicine and have the Informed of the plan. The young man wrong one given you. For thi3 who accomplished it was made a cabinet minister. reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine wl TOO MUCH LOVE W.Morrow, COlue-j Fitted. 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