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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911 This office has just completed catalogues for the colored fair. NUMBER 14. the July 1st has come and gone. Call by this office and pay your subscription. The city council appointed Honorable Quite a crowd of Garrard County R. H. Tomlinson as City Attorney, II. people were in Lexington Wednesday Clay Kauffman having resigned. night to hear Gov. Woodrow Wilson Notice To Teachers. v53SESSe223SS2322k'SSSK23?.l speak before the Kentucky Bar Ass'n. WE HAVE A FEW Well wasn't that rain a hummer this week and dont our people feel good over it? Corn is certainly going to be good this year from the present outlook. A fine seven pound boy came to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Elsener of Charleston, West Va. on July sixth. The little fellow has been christened John Nepomuck Elsener, after his grand father, Mr. Nepomuck Miller of this place. Aldridge. Buggies & Surries that we will make a special price on, as we do not want to move them to our new location (Mason Hotel.) Now is the time to get bar gains in BUGGIES. All this work is GUARANTEED. Archie Lee Aldridge, the three months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Mal-coAldridge of Marksbury died last Friday evening at 4:30 P. M. and was buried at the Lancaster Cemetary on Saturday morning at eleven o'clock. The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the bereave Parents. Picnic. m The members of the Christian church had a good old fashioned picnic in the church yard last Thursday night and fried chicken and old ham with all the other good things to eat made the evening pass off quicker than it would have otherwise. A large crowd of children and grown people attended. Danville Fair. g ft Come early, don't delay and let your neighbor ci get the choice. They are going to sell. We can save you money if you will The Danville fair this year is going to be. a hummer with our good friend Col. I. M. Dunn acting as secretary. The premium list is large and the fair is being advertised extensively and complimentary tickets are floating in the air, among the newspaper men. This fair will start the next week after our fair and will catch most of the horses shown here as well as a large crowd, from this county. See the large advertisement in this issue of the RECORD. Enjoying The Springs. let us. CONN Lancaster, Ky. C&&EmS2 E33Sg33t3333t$33 Mr. George Smith, Jr., Lancaster, Ky., a well and popularly known newspaper man in that city.has laide aside the editorial pen for a time and is enjoying a recreative period at West Baden Springs. He has visited at West Baden a number of times before and thinks well of the place and the mineral waters. Mr. Smith was for several years connected with the Cincinnati Enquirer, but for some time past has been Assistant Editor of The Central Record, which is published at Lancaster, and it is a live and well edited paper. He was a pleasant, social caller at this office. The West Baden P K5SS LOOK! LOOKS LOOK! READ! T Sale Will Continue On & On until entire stock is sold. You can not af- ford to miss the Great Bargains we are of-fering in Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Fur- r niching Goods. Men's full suits worth $10.00 to $12.00 now $1.98 to $2.95. $15.00 and $18.00 Suits going in this sale at $7.98. $20.00 and $25.00 Suits $11.58 to $13.58. Men's Shoes 98cts and up. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 98cts and up. GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. Lancaster, Kentucky. LOGAN rffcH .? Republican Convention. As soon as the school begins each teacher is requested to mail contract The nomination of Judge E. C. to this office. The State Department O'Rear for Governor, by the Republiadvises that no salary be paid any can State Convention, was not a surteacher until this contract is filed. prise as the rank and file of "the party Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt. were for him. The platform adopts considerable democratic thunder, but Politics and Insurance. not enough to win, when their plans Editor Woods of the Mt. Sterling and methods are made known to the Gazette is wasting a good deal of labor people. Everybody is for good roadi, this hot weather, and destroying a good schools, fair elections and a betlarge amount of good white paper in ter system of taxation. Democrats his fight on Auditor James. The Dem- advocate all these and everything that ocrats will attend to the Mercer county insures the greatest good to the greatman's case in due time, so Mr. Woods est number. While we will have an can let up. Mr. James will only have invincible organization and we can win one job soon, that of President of the by an old time majority, it behooves Henry Clay insurance Company, which every democrat to be alert, lally around a good many people think he ought not the banner and above all things vote to have accepted while presiding over when the polls open. the department which is charged with There is no wisdom in ignoring the the supervision of insurance companies. fact that the Republicans are full of W. P. Walton in Lexington Herald. enthusiasm, and they will poll a full vote. Beware of too much confidence Hughes. in our strength. Victories have been Mrs. Ann T. Hughes, wife of Logan lost by sleeping on guns instead of putR. Hughes of Stanford died last Sun- ting them in action. If democrats do day evening and was buried in the their duty there is no danger of defeat. Buffalo Cemetary Monday evening. O'Rear has made mistakes enough to Services were conducted by Elder D. lose in thejjattle of ballots. M. Walker, pastor of the Stanford McCreary stands for everything that Ghristian church. She was a great is pure and for the public good, in favorite in Lincoln county and had political and official life. His long and many admiring friends here and was honorable career is known by all men, connected with some of the best people and with the worthy and popular ticket in our county. She was only 34 years in line with him, we have nothing to of age and had been married only a fear if we are vigilant, active and few years. Her life was a sacrifice on watchful. the alter of motherhood and she folLater news comes that the Hon. L. lowed her unborn babe over the river L. Bristow has been nominated for there to join it never to be seperated. Lieutenant Governor, Harmon Monroe for Treasure, Tom McGregor Garrard County For Cox. General and Judge L. W. Bethurum The republicans of Garrard county for State Auditor at the republican conmet at the court house on last Satur- vention Wednesday afternoon. day in Mass convention and sent a Our Court House. delegation to Louisville instructed to vote for Governor W. H. Cox for Time after "time Thk Record has Governor and for Judge L. W Beth-uru- called attention to the dilapidated conof Mt. Vernon for Auditor. They dition of our court house, however this were uninstructed as to the other of- time we desire to call your attention fices. Mr. R. H. Batson was elected to the new coate of paint which covchairman and Wm. Johnson, Secty. ers the outside. The clock has had There were a few voters who favored new gold put on it and if we had not the nomination of Judge O'Rear how seen the old structure for these many after Judge L. L. Walker made his years we would be tempted to think speech and told of what a friend Gov. that it was a new building. The counCox had been to him by appointing him ty has spent several hundred dollars Circuit Judge and to the people of fixing the inside of the cupola and havGarrard county by doing so much to ing this paint put on. Now there is elect Bradley to the United States only one more thing to do and that is Senate, the vote was taken and Cox to'fix up the vaults. Our Fiscal Court won by a large majority! would also have had this done but that would take more money than they can Democrats Making Honest Efforts. spare. The only way to fix the vaults The Democrats are sincere in their it to vote bonds and we think that the efforts to run the House of Representa- people will soon idealize the necessity of tives on an economical business basis. having this done. We cannot to save The report of Jerry South, chief clerk our life see why there is any person in of the House, just made public, shows the county who could be opposed to that during the month of June a saving these bonds for at the present tinie of $S,5G1.90 was effected as a result of you are paying every cent of tax that the abolishing of useless offices. This the law allows and should you vote ten item, which does not include the big thousand dollars worth of bonds, the reduction on the police force which the law would not allow you to pay any senate has not yet concurred in but more tax even if you wanted to. We congratulate each and every will approve shortlv, means a saving of member of our Fiscal court upon the $102,742.80 in a year. This is not a stupendous sum, it is good work they have done, and assure true, but the spirit is in striking con- them that the good people of the trast to the $35 wastepaper baskets in county will appreciate their efforts to the offices of Postmaster General Hitch- have a court house of which we are at cock and the expensive recreations ta- least not ashamed of from the outside. ken by the Aldrich monetary comDunlap. mission at public expense at Narragan-set- t pier. John Jenning Dunlap died of heart disease, at Flemingsburg, Ky., on Good Man Announces. Thursday the 29th. He was born at The announcement in this issue of Franklin Female Institute Lancaster, the RECROD that Mr. E. B. Ray is a Ky., May 28, 1S76, was graduated from democratic candidate for the nomina- - State University in 1S9G; began the tion for Assessor of this county does practice of law with Judge Lewis Walnot come as a surprise to the voters as ker at Lancaster in 1904, was married it has been rumored for some time to Miss Thelda Dudley of Flemingsthat he would seek the nomination. burg in 190G, and was an official in the demoInternal Revenue service, stationed at Mr. Ray is a crat and has always been found fight- Covington, at the time of his death. ing for the cause since he has been a He had been off duty for some weeks voter. His home is in Buckeye and he on account of illness and was a guest has many" friends there as well as all among his wife's relatives when the over the country who say that he is a end suddenly came. He was the second sure winner. He has taken a leading son of the Rev. George W. Dunlap, part in Garrard county politics in every who is now a resident of Las Animas, election for the past several years and Colorado; and a grandson or the Hon. in asking for this nomination he does Geooge W. Dunlap of the Lancaster, so with the confident belief that his bar. His maternal grandfather was friends will stand by him and repay the Hon. John Gibson Finnie of Memhim for the good work done in the phis, Tenn. past. He was a young man of high" principles and upright life, readily making Grimes. friends and exceedingly lovable in Mr. Charley Grimes, died at his home character. He was a favorite with all near .Lancaster Monday morning at 4 who knew him, and there are many to o'clock of pneumonia after an illness of mourn his taking away in the prime of several weeks and was buried in the his young manhood. He is survived by Lancaster cemetery at 10 o'clock Tues- his wife and infant daughter, his day morning. Cousin Charley, as he father, too brothers, and four sisters; was familiarly known by nearly every Mr. George Gibson Dunlap, of Peoria, man, woman and child in Garrard 111., Mr. Wesley Dunlop, of Latonia, county had lived all his life in this Ky., Miss Fannie Dunlap, of New county and was 72 years of age. He York; Miss Marie Barnes Dunlap, of had a smile and a cheering word for Covington; and Misses Alic and Nancy every one and could always amuse a of Colorado. crowd with his jokes. He was one of The funeral and interment took place Garrard counties most noted fruit Sunday, July 2, at Flimingsburg amid raisers and always had a good variety a large concourse of sorrowing friends. on hand and nearly every one in Lan- The following named Lexington kincaster always wanted Consin Charley dred went over in a moter car to at- to fix up their trees every spring. tend the sad rites; Mrs. E. D. Potts, His death did"not come as a surprise Mr. and Mrs. Wood G. Dunlap, Mr. as he has been paralized for some and Mrs. Clarence Williamson, and weeks and his family and friends feared Mrs. Gray F. Dunlap. By a strange that he would not get well although fatality this is the fifth young, start-war- d they had hoped that he might pull man in the Dunlap family to die through this spell. He had the dispo- within a few months. y m --dyed-in-the-wo- ol i i 41 TM Hi YOU s ????????????.??? DO a. siUS aa-Kafm IT NOW. i A W p&i a i M C3 VWMi 8F 5 a a! I i m V 1 c su iu s&SSaSlS&l3?iEKaSSi!iSIJMg33C3I B.R. VI K BROS. $mm'$m$m IB & . m Value 3 rou 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. 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. Hart Sclia ffner & 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 $lfi.50 now $11.9S. One mixed lot of Men's fine all wool suits, Hart SchalTner 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 and Blues of Hart SchaUncr and Marx make. Regular price $22.50 now $1(5.75. 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 $1S.75. Jas. W. Smith, TJia HrtiiCA rvf Onalifir W WW bVWi gWffiWWWWWWWM .UJ. 0$aO 00OO0OOX In order to cut down my large stock of Biges, Haruess Wains you can get some low down prices, for a short i - time. rsition that made, friends wherever he went and every one feels sad to hear In Russia. Peat of Peat constitutes about, of his death and sympathize with his wife, two. daughters and one son in the the fuel used in the central industrial ; ,y .loss of a good husband and father.' restricts of Russia. one-thir- d - j W. J. 4 ?,- Romans., D i -- .,. v.- --. .,,-- Av-,- MiC'V... T?. LAajBkMMdHiaii $ft.-- , i,j&2 r- iT- - rfg" -f- cj v--a CJ r T J1 TheCentral Recoro existed for him; comes in and settles here, and thus -- ie personality of our land is ever changing, and when the INCORPORATED. wanderer returns, it is to greet strange $L00 A YEAR. faces, and to see people who came in Issued Weekly. since he went away, and who have GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. made for themselves a fortune in the land which he forsook, because for the Office In Lancaster, Ky., reason given by him, that it would not Entered at the Post . Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s yield a livelihood for him But we have no quarrel with those Member Kentucky Press Association who have left Lancaster and Garrard and county to seek fame and fortune among strangers, for as a rule they have' Eighth District Publishers League. made good, and many is the man who i3 now famous and well up among the Laacaster, Ky., Jaly 14, 1911. "big men" of our country, who looks back with pride to the fact that this is and-his- in a fair primary, by a decided - wjmi'MMmMMjm. fitUM majority, in a contest with two prominent and popular opponents, which demonstrates His popularity with the people. Hon. Charles A. Hardin has been declaration of principles are necessary a favorite of the people of the county even if the party does not expect to be among us all political parties for a victorious in a final contest. Such is number of years. There is no taint upon his title to the the case with the Republican party in holding a State Convention. They can- nomination, his party record is not subnot win, but it is right to keep up an ject to criticism, his official conduct as arganization. Kentucky is-- normally Commonwealth Attorney has been democratic by 40,000. Democrats own such as to gain for him the confidence 1 1 and control most of the wealth, the and admiration of all the people. No leading commercial and financial inter- democrat in Garrard County could find 1 ests of the State, and they have selec- an excuse for deserting such a nominee in c ted a list of servants who will take and we think he will find support in charge of the States affairs as sure as the ranks of other parties. As a whole Just received a lot of good lime his home. the election is held in November. we think our party has nominated an and a car load of Portland Cement Rates For Political Announcements Kentucky has sent men from home especially strong ticket. We believe For Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 into the west, into other states and Garrard county citizens are leaders that Garrard can be counted in the which we will sell at a reasonable 10.00 price. For County Offices even into foreign countries, who have and attract attention wherever they democratic column this year, 15.00 For State and District Offices beiome Governors, Senators, Judges go. This has been demonstrated again Red Ash Jellico Coal, best on the 10 For Calls, per line of supreme courts, and have become at the Republican State Convention. Federal Aid For Good Roads In This market. See us for Thrashing Coal. 10 For Cards, per line famous in every walk of life. In the No county m the Commonwealth, was Good block 12cts. interState. For all publications in the west there is not ajstate that at some as ably represented as Garrard. Judge individuals or expresest of time or other since its statehood has L. L. Walker was made chairmanof (Elizabethtown News.) sion of individual views, per not had a Kentuckian for a Governor, the convention for the second railroad 10 Unless we have State aid to roads we H. line. a member of its general assembly or Commissioners District in which Col. B. NORTHCOTT, 05 Obituaries, per line upon its supreme bench. Why at this L. P. Tarlton was nominated to succ- cannot have Federal aid to roads. This very time a brilliant son of Kentucky, eed himself. Senator Bradley made absolute statement ought to be drilled and one who formally was a member several speeches, took the lead on all into the minds of every Kentuckian as Democratic Ticket. of the Lancaster bar, is writing the important issues and was made chair- one of the very most important reasons statutes and code for the new state of man of the convention, and Judge why the Legislature of Kentucky For Governor James B. McCreary. 'ijlilSiMMfSMMiJlMlJrWWIrSii 'giU'gymgiinBiii Mpl r Oklahoma. What better evidence Homer W. Batson showed up prom- should adopt the bill next winter, which Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott would you have of the esteem in which inently in the will be presented with a memorial from For contest for Lfeutenant For Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. we are held away from home, no Governor. What a pity that the tal- sixty counties which participated in its mmmnuMjmj&M MrS. (MlrlMrrMfrUlr5MrrJilr5. Good Roads Congress. For Auditor Public Accounts Henry greater mark of respect could be shown ents of these distinguished gentlemen adoption at Federal aid to roads is in the nature M. Bosworth. an attorney than to ask him to formu- are not used in advocating the princifctJ of a certainty within the next few v. For Secretary of State C. F. Crece- - late the laws that in future shall ples of democracy and promoting the years. It is in the hands of the farmers general welfare. govern a state. lius. of the United States to force the measAs these people go forth among m IS WORTH A TON OF TALK. For Attorney General James Garnett Uncle Sam opened a Postal Saving ure through the regular session of Constrangers and make good at their vaFor State Superintendent of Schools rious callings, their success casts its Bank at Richmond on last Monday un gress which meets next December. SEE THAT YOU GET to roads which Barksdalc Hamlett. reflection back over their old state, der the directions of Post Master Wal- Every Federal aid bill For Commissioner Agriculture J W. not only are they proud of their birth lace. Richmond is a good town and has been introduced in Congress has Newman. JXX.. m .vSSsSd place but the state is proud of their gets lets of the good things, so watch carried this distinctive provision. "That For Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. success and proud of them. Had these out Mr. Farra and don't let her take no State shall share in the disburse ment of the money appropriated by the people stayed at home and devoted our electric line away from us. Greene. United States Government in the For Railroad Commissioner W. F. their energies, the same energies The lambs selecten by the Republican building of roads which has not grantwhich they have devoted in a distant . Klair. State Conventiou will be sacrificed by ed aid to the same purpose." Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. country, to the same line of business the democrats in For f and we Guarantee you that you will be When Federal aid comes, and it is Molly and I agree that counterfeit November, for the here, perhaps they would have achieved "rHJ For Representative John M. Farra an equal good of the country but the incense coming very soon, not a dollar of the money and substitute goods come amount of success at home, SATISFIED. from Garrard Co. m but ever impatient as we are and ever will not be of the high and holy kind millions carried in the appropriation from the same parents. The coin emited in ancient times. Kentucky if we do not and the goods may very closely rewill come to will be, we cannot await the coming of DEPOSIT YOUR WHEAT WITH US. provide for State aid in advance of its ANNOUNCEMENTS success, but must go forth and seek it m semble the genuine, but behind A boom has been started for Senator adoption. ' for ourselves. Primarily the farmers are the princi- them is neither honor or honesty. As for those who come to us in place Bradley for Vice President and Taft For County Judge. of those who leave, it is the same for President. Whv all this talk? pal beneficiaries of good roads. The You will find no substitutes, only announce Clay- story, too achieve success and great- The next President and Vice President farmers last year contributed over half the genuine of standard quality at We are authorized to will be Democrats. the wealth produced in the whole nation. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- ness, but only as a usual thing they atR.S. BROWN'S CASH STORE, They were responsible for $500,000,000 County subject to are not as prone to leave us as our own ty Judge of Garrard Lancaster, Kentucky. Lancaster, Ky. President Taft has promised that he balance of trade in favor of the United sons are to return from the land of the action of the democratic party. m will be present for one day at the ded- States by the surplus of their products The store that sells Cadet Stockings their adoption; they settle among us ication m frHJlj m MTraiWrr5Il;lMWf of the Lincoln memorial near sold in other countries, and yet the We are authorized to announce and in time grow into the ways of our Hodgenville in October. James A. Beazley as a candidate for people, and this becomes home to Government does practically nothing County Judge of Garrard county, sub- them. This sounds for the farmer. For the last fiscal a little egotistical, ject to the action of the Democratic but one may be pardoned for being a J. B. Reichmann, former president year the Government appropriated: of the Carnegie Trust Company, was party. $188,815,323,52 For the Navy little egotistical about as good a coun- sentenced to four and lf months For the Army 257,829,192,62 try as this, and besides it is true, ask in the penitentiary. 23,000,000,00 For Public Buildings For Sheriff. anyone who has come to this town and For Rivers and Harbors... 23, 825, 342, 60 King George last night issued a mesWe are authorized to announce C. A. county and adopted it as his home. 000,000,00 For Roads candidate for Sheriff of And when we come to die, well just sage of thanks to his subjects for the Robinson as a It expended for roads in foreign pos- mm find me a Kentuckian who does not loyality they expressed during the coroGarrard County, subject to the action sessions: We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection want to die at home, and home to a nation period; of the Democratic party. $3,000,000 In the Philippines Kentuckian is always Kentucky, and Flour, Raymond City Goal, all coal, no clinkers 2,000,000 The production of commercial coal in In Porto Rico We are authorized to announce next best if he cannot be allowed the Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood 1,456,000 Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff blessed privilege of spending his last Kentucky during the year 1910' was In Canal Zone, acAnd for roads at home nothing. Is 14;720,011 short tons. fleeting moments, at home, then his Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. of Garrard county, subject to the boSAA this a square deal? Have not the tion of the democratic party. next dearest wish is that he may be buried there. Next to the love of Mrs. H. R. Whithside and Miss farmers who create half the wealth of EASY AND SAFE TO USE We are authorized to announce W. mother, man's breast can be inspired Katherine Page Whithside are the the nation and practically bring all the L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard with no .INEXPENSIVE. nobler feeling than the love of guests of Mrs. C. C. Brown. Mrs. balance of trade to this country the county, subject to the action of the home, Whiteside is the auditor of "The right to demand and receive a large a feeling that should be respec democratic party. ted wherever found, for the man who National Rivers and Harbors Congress appropriation for roads which would CAMP NELSON, KY. is at home wherever he takes off his an organization which numbers about increase their wealth and the wealth of For Assessor. thousand members and has the nation? hat may be a jolly good fellow, but he twenty-fiv- e ON ALL LIVE STOCK. proposition This is such a We are authorized to announce Dave is but of little account in this world; lectured at a number of places throughdemand Federal the farmers but C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor and there is no better man than the out the United States on ''Conserva that if DISINFECTS. subject to the ac- one who wherever he may roam may tion and Waterways," she will deliver aid to roads, it cannot be denied. We of Garrard county CLEANSES. have a better Constitutional right to often"be heard humming:- - "Be it ever this lecture Thursday evening at the tion of the democratic party. PURIFIES. demand Federal aid for roads in our so humble, there is noplace like home." womans club. own country than the Philippines or We are authorized to announce Mr. It has so many uses that It Is Close Shave Again. Porto Rico. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the NomiGovernor McCreary. a necessity on every farai. OF LANCASTER. While the appropriations for the nation of Assessor of Garrard County, Charles Humber and Alvin Thomas, It looks like the old Senator is going who were indicted by the Lincoln army and navy are simply expenditures subject to the action of the democratic CURESMANGE, SCAB, to lead the democrats of Kentucky to County Grand Jury charging them from which there is no direct piofit to Capital party. RINGWORM, SCRATCHES victory this fall. There was some idle with shooting and robbing James Jones the people , an appropriation for roads A. R. DENNY, President. talk that the catholics would not sup- a respectible Colored man, were tried is an investment which brings an abDestroys All Disease Germs For Magistrate. port him, however they will all sup- on the charge of Robbery at the recent solute profit to the country in increased J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. We. are authorized to announce port him in the final election is the term of the Garrard Circuit Court, and prosperity and in the saving of millions DRIVES AWAY FLIES S. C. DENNY, Cashier. John N. White as a candidate for common belief. We copy below an ed- resulted in a hung jury again, the jury in consequence of bad roads. vox iui ar r. R. T. Embry, J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- itorial which appeared in the good pa- standing here as it did in the trial at We are satisfied that Federal aid to rard county, subject to the action of per" of our friend Editor Ed Shinnick Stanford. Eleven of the Jury were for roads is so just that it is certain to R; E. the democratic party. of Shelby ville, Ky., one of the most conviction and one for acquital. It is come and to come soon, so that KenSafety Deposit Boxes For Rent. McRoberts & Son. ardent supporters of Congressman Ben reported that a Mr. Gabbard from near tucky should get ready to share in the Johnson and later of Mr. Wm. Addams. Cartersville was the one juror who saw benefits of it To do this we must-hav- e WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. SEND FOX FREE BOOKLETS Hose. Editor Shinnick is a Catholic and is one it the defendants way in the jury box. State aid. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C Robinson, J. E. How many people leave JJieir homes of the bravest and truest democrats of Stormes, S. C Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. and is always found fighting Prominent People To AttendThe Fair On When Death Comes to Venice. and seek fortune in a distant land this state for the cause of democracy. His edWhen any one dies In Venice there Is because, as they give it, "there July 27, 1911 posted up on his house and upon the is nothing for my children here." It itorial reads: "In the primary election held last The management of the fair associa- neighboring houses, by way of Inforis the same the world over, the old Saturday a comparatively small vote tion are in receipt of acceptances from mation, a printed placard, giving the home that gave birth to dad and yieldIf Women Would ed him a livelihood, when he gets to be was polled, yet Mr. McCreary was the candidates on the Democratic State name. 'the age, the birthplace, the a man of family becomes too small, or chosen by an overwhelming majority tickets, who will be the guests of the cause of death and a certificate that Bank Their Money the dead received the sacraments, that too poor or too densely populated, in as the party's nominee. We were not association on the 27th of July. they would spend less One hour and thirty minutes will be he died like a good Christian, and askhis estimation, to yield a livelihood to surprised at the result of the primary, his progeny, as it did to him, and he but 'to tell the truth and face the set aside by the association giving an ing the faithful to pray for him. and save themselves must seek pastures new. This wander devil,' we were disappointed. We opportunity to every one to hear such Theophlle Gautler, "Travels In Italy." many a worry as well. lust is not confined to any particular were an ti. McCreary for what we con- brilliant speakers as, Hon. Ollie James Hard to Move In Russia. The Garrard Bank &. locality, but is probably a little more sidered good and sufficient reasons, not Gov, Jas. B. McCrearVjHon. E. J. An American wished to move from the least of which was the belief that McDermott, and others on the demoTrust Co., invites acSATISFACTION GUARANTEED. pronounced in the more thickly pop"in St. Petersburg to he would be weaker in November than cratic state ticket, also Mayor, Head the principal hotel ulated sections of the United States counts from women a smaller hotel around the corner. He than in the far west. There is a love some other man, at the head of the of Louisville and Mayor Skain of Lex- came down with his bag packed ready engaged in busi whether for home in every man's breast, more ticket. We are a democrat in every- ington. to go. "Sorry," said the manager, "but ness or not. A call here you cannot leave this hotel or register especially in the breast of the sons of thing that the term implies. We beNotice To Voters. will disclose many ad nt another hotel until we get your passold Kentucky, and where ever these lieve in majority rule and are ready Lancaster, Ky. An election for trustee will be held port from the police, and that will take PhoneT'340. wanderers roam, whatever may be and willing to do all we can in our vantages of paying by check instead of in cash. Any of a day and a night. You must go their success, that longing is ever with fee"ble way, that the ticket may be on August 5 in the following the officers will be glad to relate them. in Garrard County: Antioch, Syca- through exactly the same procedure as them, to come back "home." There is successful in the general election. As to the candidates nominated for the more, Beazley, West Point, Linden-dal- If you were leaving the country." ever that longing to again visit the Buena Vista, Bourne, Sunnyside, dark and bloody ground, the home of minor offices on the ticket, there canj?L-r- x7 not be a word of adverse criticism. Bright's Bend, Polly's Bend, Walker his nativity, and&s all Kentuckians away from home express it "God's They are individually and collectively, School, Buckeye, Beech Grove, Teaterc-villUnion, Manse, Stony Point, CopVery Serious country." There is even in his breast as good as could' possibly have been sefeeling that it takes but the strains lected. What has been said of any of per Creek, Huiett School, and Logan If a : It i3 a very serious matter to ask of "My Old Kentucky Home" to move the candidates before the primary Chapel. Blanks for these elections It for one medicine and have the him to tears, just as the strains, of should be forgotten. Every Democrat have been mailed to the present truswrong one given you. For this Dixie in a foreign climate or a distant should remember that the prospects of tees of these respective schools and I J reason we urge you in buying to flown the throat of a "gapey" Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. part of the United States fronr'ourown electing a Democratic President at the ballot boxes are in the office of the chicken destroys the worms 35T H G. A. Ballard ' be careful to get the genuine next election grow better all the time. County Clerk. Every voter is urged and saves the chick's life. A 397 Miss Fannie Bishop Residence Crab Orchard St. beloved Southland will cause every few drops in the drinking water 165 F. G. Hurt They should remember, too, that Ken- to be present at these elections and Residence Water St. southerner within its call to involtucky is tired,of Republican misrule vote for a trustee for each of these BUck-DrTugH- T 339-- J Residence 3 M Richmond pike. CURES and untarily throw up his hat and shout J. Q. Mahan Residence 6 M Lexington pike. PREVENTS GAPES 363-- S J. W. Mahan everyone look upon his home as and for that reason they should work schools. Miss Jennie Higgins7Supt. Did Liver Medicine "G. AIMorgan '. white diarrhoea and other chick 374-- S Residence 7 M Flat Woods. these wanderers do at the time of their harmoniously to the end that the nomThe Denecratic Ticket, diseases. t. . .Dressmaking. leaving, his native country would soon inees selected last Saturday may be 186 Misses Moss & Lay The reputation of this old, reliaVetinary Surgeon. The Democratic Party in this county One 50c Bottle of 365 Dr. R. L. Pontius become depopulated, but luckily the elected at the November election. Let ble medicine, for constipation, indigestion .and liver trouble, is firm3S3-..Residence. Bright's Bend. , James Rankin feeling, as we said before, is not con- us pull together and have a Democrat- has not been so thoroughly united and ly established.- - It does not imitate 384-Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. T. C Rankin fined to any particular locality, and for ic Administration in Kentucky and so fully satisfied with its "ticket in pother medicines. It is better than on we will give the State's ejec-tor- many years as at the present time. Grocery Campbell St. Makes 12 Galloas of Medlciae. 213 Turner & Carpenter every one of our citizens who emigra- later others, or it would not be the faEvery oonltrv raiser should keeD a bottle ot 381 Misa. Margaret Zanone vote "for a Democratic President " The state ticket from Senator down Residence Crab Orchard St. vorite liver powder, with a larger tes to what he believe J abetter country Oils medicine on hand. Ask for tree booklet oa sale than all others combined. were the men that the Garrard County - ninoocipo nf FmI." Paste this in your telephone book. or a country jwhere he can do better, SOLD IN TOWN F2 from some1 It is necessary for the good of the uemocraujwanw:u. m.r. jonn m. rar-some one The, Bastift Telephone -- Company, InCj.LancasterKyg other locality, where like conditions commonwealth to have at least two ra, for representative won his nomina- tjrrf r political parties, each serving as a check on the other, and in a measure preventing the corruption which results from a long term of office by one party. To this end party organization and a tion HPNS 5 to Qrts Roosters 4 to 44cts. Young Ducks 8cts Eggs, 9 to 9icts. mmmmmmmm 3 YOUR Turkeys 8cts. Coal from 0 to 3cts yard. more del. T Please call and SETTLE WE NEED THE MONEY. DEPOT STREET. J. R. Mount, Son & Go, li $ At Jf One Ounce of Satisfaction 1 BETSY'S POINTERS r4J ll i m . Olen Lily Flour, ! Garrard Milling Go. I lUmjplpllJij m one-ha- Flour. Coal. Salt, Shingles STUDEBAKER WAGONS. KILLS LICE GLASS and SAUNDERS self-evide- nt THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus 25,000. Book-Keepe- Fapsr Cleaning. Paper Cleaned. Don't Repaper this season. Have your J. f. Faulkner. sub-distri- ct e, The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. e, ONE toop Telephones Installed Since May 1st, 191 1. Bourbon Poultry Cure U A al I V S i't'y' ' i ll' i.v- J: R.Mqunt, Son &o u i1 -- .i 5 - -- -i . --- - e& l?.-- . ?s tM Month to Buy at March's In While You Are In Lexington. 9x12 Room-Siz- e Don't Forget To Stop The Greatest July Price Reduction Clearing Sale of Furniture, Draperies and Floor Coverings in the HISTORY OF THIS STORK Having the "courage of our convictions" we state boldly that we have never bhen UNDERSOLD, and we propose to demonstrate in no uncertain way, that we can not be UNDERSOLD. In proof thereof we present, beginning Wednesday morning, July Fifth, our Clearance Sale of Furniture, Rugs, Draperies and Wall Paper that settels the question once and for all. We'll the importauce of the offerings to shrewd buyers, but let the big valuee speak for themselves in the small print below. not dwell at length-on CARPETS. Ingrain Carpet in very attractive patterns. value. July clearance Sale price per yard . Regular 50c OIL CLOTHS ' AND LINOLEUMS. in 4x4 and 6x4 widths; 24 patterns. e This grade retails for 30c to 40c the world over g July Clearance Sale Price 1,500 yerds Oil Cloth Pro Brussels Rugs. Worth $7.50 July Clearance Sale Price 100 Matting Rugs 9x12 feet. Worth $5.00. July Clearance. iSale Price 1.48 In beautiful rich colors. CURTAINS. 1,200 pairs Swiss and Nottingham Curtains, three yards long. Seven patterns to select from. Every pair fully guaranteed to be clean. New designs worth $1 25. July Clearance sale price dub Regular Brussels Carpet in floral and Persian patterns. 55c value. July Clearance sale price, per yard y .2.48 .9.98 69c 98c 33c Twenty two patterns, extraTme quality Brussels Carpet; Regular the kind that looks well and gives satisfaction. price $1.10 value. July Clearance sale per yard Twelve patterns Axminster Carpet; all new designs in floral and Oriental patterns. This carpet is recognized as a good July Clearance Sale value at $1-3Qfl Price, per yard OtJLl Eight patterns in Velvet Carpets in floral, Oriental and Mission patterns. Among this lot four special hall patterns in brown, green, red and tan, especially suitable for halls with stair to match. Worth $1.25. July Clearance Sale Price per yard great variety of patterns. Every woman in Central Kentucky should have her Kitchen covered at this price. These goods wear well, tf & look well and are going in the great July Clearance Sale at - iB 2,000 yards of highest grade Oil Cloth 1,500 yards six patterns highest grade Print Linoleum. Next to the real inlaid it is the best wearing and best look ing floor covering made. Worth 7c and 85 c. July Clearance Sale Price Tapestry Brussels Rugs 9x1- -' feet; Oriental and floral pat terns; unusual quality extra well woven and is a rug ftiat will wear for years. Regular $15 00 value. July Clearance Sale Price Four patterns best quality Seamless Tapestry Brussels, A most dependable rug, well worth $18.00 to $20.00. July Clearance Sale Price 500 pairs, three yards long, white, Ivory and Arabrian. Regular Price $1.75. July Clearance Sale Price 1,000 pairs, three and three and one-ha- lf and four yards "lft Jj $11.98 long, made of fine Egyptian yarn, close woven mesh worth $3.50 to $ .25. July Clearance Sale Price $1.98 Inlaid Lii oleum, 3,200 yards; 15 patterns; regularly priced at $1,50 to $1.73. July Clearance Sale Price , 9x12 Room-Siz- e RUGS. Art Fifty Velvet J?ugs, size 9x12 feet; all one pattern; Persian design, closely woven and one of the best rugs made for real hard wear. Regular price 818.00. July Clearance Sale Price $9.98 2,000 pairs Irish Point Brussels Net, Cluny, Antique, Cablet Nets, worth $7.50 to $10.00. July Clearance Sale Price $3.75 Square, worth $5.00. July Clear 80c ance Sale Price $2J Axminster Rugs, 9x12 feet, in both floral and Oriental patterns; best grade, beautiful colorings and will wear and give perfect satisfaction. Regular S25.0 value. July Clearance Sale Price 14.98 About 200 pairs of Plain Swiss, 3 yards long and Nottingham Curtains, 2 Vi yards long in white and Arabian; worth 75c to 85c. July Clearance Sale Price 47c Upholstery Yard Goods. Three patterns 400 yards, worth $1.00; July Clearance Sale price 0 Although we have had a big season in our Wall Paper and Decoration Department we still have about 70,000 rolls of paper assorted in room lots which we wish to dispose of. To do so we have decided to place them on SMALL RUGS. 27x54 Axminster Rugs, worth $2.50. 3DC sale at a great reduction tc make rooom for our incoming stocks, which will be here in the next thirty days. This paper is all new and clean, each lot consists of enough paper for the walls, ceiling ranging from 30 Cents tov$1.00 a room. first served. and border for a room. Prices Don't Delay if you are thinking of papering your home. July Clearanc Sale Price 36x72 Axminster Rugs, worth $5,00 Clearance Sale Price $1.65 July Twenty patterns 600 yards finest imported upholstery fabric, worth $3 50 to $5-0per yard. July Clearance Sale Price $1.9! First come, $2.98 A i C H. A E. wr EVERYTHI FOR THE EADINESS GREAT LANCASTER FAIR. . Good . Furniture. Xj . JDL Good Carpets. L,EX!INQTOIN'S GREATEST RUG STORE. nP W . M JL 261.-28:1I Inclusive. EVERY DAY ) V- PLENTY OF 1 rf ' in Free Attractions, HI I JHTT PEETTY aiRLS. Have your friends to visit you during the Fair. A big Dance two nights during the Fair. . . This is the Seventh Annual Fair and the Premiums are lar. ger than ever. ... - GOOD DINNER. GOOD DINNER. t Fried Chicken, Old Ham, Corn on the Cob. Fried Chicken, Old Ham, Corn on the Cob. ? h ,A. Best Horses Kv.. Produces 4 1 fc m WRITE AT ONCE FOR CATALOGUE. 1 J. L. GILL, Secretary. -.- . VJtl , VI i v i? ;. u.WV- - - N. 3ES M CTfc. 5TJL. Danv H ,4ak j tfc. IS WS Rsngs saGh S2001 2-3- 34, 'ii Day jar u I $200. Roadster Ring Aug 3 Saddlesfake Ring Aug 4. -4 Attractions of Every Description will be on the Grounds. August will be Garrard County Days. August 3rd will be Louisville Day. learty Welcome Awaits Every One For further information and catalogues write. I -- M . utvi.3 - Olvens, ' .. V Prest. -I. .1. " " " ..- .- . Doctor Praises D. D. D. 1 BLOOD POISON. Cured By The Marvel Of The Century, B. B. B. Although an M. D., I acknowledge to my patients and patrons that your remedy, D. D. D., reached cases of Eczema and permanently cures them. Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, Caldwell, Kan. "My cure began from the first application of D. D. D. My skin is now as smooth as a baby's. I wouldn't take a thousand dollars for whgi D. D. D. has done for me," writes August Santo, of Chillicothe, Ohio. These are just samples of letters we are receiving every day from grateful patients all over the county. "Worth its weight in gold, "" "All my pimples washed away by D. D. D.," "I found instant relief," "D. D. D. is little short of miraculous." These are the words of others in describing the great skin remedy, D. D. D. Proven by thousands of cures, for ten years to be absolutely harmless and reliable in every case of skin trouble, no matter what it is. STEEL MONSTERS Kentucky Fair Dates. Tested For 30 Years. Get a trial bottle Instant only 25c. At all druggist. to-da- v! re-i- ef out blood poison in any stage permanently without deadly mercury, with pure Botanical ingredients. To prove it we will send vou a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE. If you have Ulcers, Eating Sores, Itching Humors, Swellings, Mucus Patches, Bone Pains, offensive Pimples or Eruptions, take B. B. B. Botanic Blood Balm). All symptoms healed quickly. Blood is made pure and rich completely changing the entire body into a clean, healthy condition, healing every sore and stopping all aches, pains and itching curing the worst case of blood poison. nnucciSTS or by express, $1 PER large bottle, with directions for . home cure, samples SENT free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., Describe your trouble and free me'dical advice given. Sold by F. P. Frisbie. Drives 1-- m CnASMHEftD 01 D The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as far as reported: Madisonville, July PROM-I3ETHRILLING SPECTACLE FOR VISITORS AT KENTUCKY STATE FAIR. COLD Two Daoh SHIVERS A PLENTY Monster Steel Steam Engines to Certain Destruction in Full View of Spectators. Srjldc: is it that any community is afforded :.n opportunity to witnosb sucli Lii ambitious and thrilling performance as is promised the crowds in attendance at the Kentucky State Fair on Saturday, September 16. when the specrde is provided of two monfull In it of steam and permitted to in full view of the spec crash head-otatoia A sight such as thi& is sufli cient to cause tho most stolid of persons, he with the nerves of steel, tc involuntarily shudder and flinch at the collision occurs. The hiss of escaping steam, the bursting of 'he great boilers, tho rend ins of the formidable iron par's, the tearing and crashing and grinding ol twisted masses of steel aie even in spiling in the tenible force which ac companies them. The sight of the two mountains ol machinery rushing headlong into each other's embrace is sufficient to freeze the blood in one's veins, and seiu shivers of fear rushing up and dowr tho spinal columns, despite the ,'cnov.l edge that there is no personal danger The sensations resulting are intenst but it is such as thc&c tnat the hu man family is seeking to day, and nc more spectacular offering coi'ld hr provided to satisfy the ever present desire for something out of the ordi n ster ste'in engines, started under a UUUKKVE. BUENA Hazzard Thursday. Miss Sallie Sherrow has been visit- VISTA at Mrs. Davis leaves for her home Mr. Tom Best and daughter Sam Murphey of Moreland. Mrs. Miss Lorine Tolton of Stanford is the guest of her aunt Mrs. Micheal Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simpson of Teaters-vill- e spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. ing near Lawrenceburg. Miss Edna Lane, of Danville, spent last week with relatives here. Will Davenport, of Somerset was a caller in our midst last Wednesday. Don't forget childrens day celebration at Brown's Chapel Sunday morning Mrs. Alvie Christopher and children have returned to their home in Somerset. Mr. J. W. Dismukes went to Lexington on business the first of the week. Miss Georgia Cook, of Lexington, spent Sunday and Monday with rela- J. S. Gilbert. grand-daughter Miss Nancy Jane Ray is spending a week with her Miss Stella Ford Ray. Misses Mable and Mamie Crutchfield of Nicholasville has been visiting their aunt Mrs. Hiram Ray. tives. Rev. Chopin, a young minister from near Danville, filled the pulpit here Sunday. Lendendle school opened last Monday with Eiss Lula McWhorter, of Paint Lick as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lane, of Danville, spent Sunday with Mr. Lane's mother who is ill again. Miss Mamie Dickerson has to her home after a weeks visit to nai y. relatives at Richmond. The engines are placed on opposite ends of a track built especially foi Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cotton and daughter of Kirksyille were guests of the purpose. The fires are started the steam is produced, the throttles Mr. William Ray and family Sunday. are thrown open, and the two mon Misses Flossie Mae Sutton and Em- sters are started to physical destrucma Walker of Lancaster attended tion by engineers who leap to safot preaching at this place Sunday and before the impact comes. were guests of Mrs. Printis Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Bogie, Mrs. Nora Teater and daughter Sallie and Miss PREMIUM LIST FOR Ethel Ray spent Saturday and SunCREAMERY BUTTER day with L. L. Sanders and wife at Crab Orchard. KENNEW DEPARTURE FOR TUCKY STATE FAIR CERTAIN KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. Health Is Henderson, July 255 days. 9 writes ilrs. L. R. Barker, Georgetown. July 255 days. of Bud, Ky., "and can do 3 days LANCASTER, JULY all my housework. For Providence, August 15 days. years I suffered with such Danville, August 3 3 days pains, I could scarcely Berea, August 3 days After days. Versailles, August j4 stand on my feet. three different doctors had Lexington, August 6 days. Uniontown, August days. failed to help me, I gave K Taylorsville, August 8 4 days &A Cardui a trial. Now, I feel Elizabefehtown, August 9 1 days like a new woman." Vanceburg, August 4 days. Sgk S53 3 PRH-HLawrenceburg, August 15-- 4 days. 15-- 4 Leitchfield, August days. Burkesville, August 15-- 4 days. Broadhead, August 3 days. Fern Creek, August 16-- 4 days. Columbia, August 224 days Shepherdsville, August 22-- 4 days. Woman's Tonic London, August 22-- 4 days, A woman's health deHardinsburg, August 223 days pends so much upon her Shelbyville, August 224 days fosJ delicate organs, that the EgVj Liberty, August 3 days least trouble there affects Erlanger, August 23-- 4 days. Germantown, August 24-- 3 days. H her whole system. It is Nicholasville, August 29-- 3 days. m the little things that count, Frankfort, August 29-- 4 days m in a woman's life and Fulton, August 29-- 5 days Barboursville, August 30-- 3 days ra health. If you suffer from any of the aches and Franklin, August 31-- 3 days Somerset, August 30-- 3 days. pains, due to womanly Bardstown, August 30-- 4 days. weakness, take Cardui at Paris, September 5 days. once, and avoid more seriMonticello, September 4 days. ous troubles. We urge Alexander, September 5 days. you to try it. Begin today. Mount Olivet, September 4 days. 5- - 3 days. Hogdenville, September Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, tember 6 days. Horse Cave, September 20-- 4 days. Morgantown, September 21-- 3 days FARMER'S COLUMN I Falmouth, September 27-- 1 days. Glasgow, September 27-- 4 days Mayfield, September 27-- 4 days Paducah, October 4 days o'pace lielow this hendiug is for the exclu20-27-- 185 days. I "S si S V4 Ifcm UfaW" Ail well i i PREMIUM LIST OF THE I Lancaster Colored Fair AUGUST 11th and 12th, George Moran, Pres. 3-- 2-- 3 7-- 1911. 8-- 5 James B. Williams, Sec. 9-- " Lancaster, Kentucky. 1G-- The FIRST DAY AUGUST PREMIUM LIST. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 11th. $ S 2 00' 3 GO S 2 00 S 1 50 S S 1 2."-- Best White Cake 2 Best Black Cake 3 Best Silk Quilt 4 Best Worsted Quilt 5 Best Home Made Gingham Apron 6 Best Quart Blackberry Wine 1 . rw 00 l 00 Special Premium by Geo. Ballard. Best Pound of Country Butter Special Premium by J. W. Hamilton. No. 8 Penmanship, only School Children 7 Special Premium by Will Cassidy McCoy. ' $100 $ $ $ 1 1 1 00 00 00 5-- 5-- 5-- 5-- No. 9 No, 10 No. 11 No. 12 Drawing Comical Pictures School Children Best pair of Mated Pigeons Special Premium by W. B. Mason. Best Suckling Colt either sex not less than 3 to en- 11-- ter Best Pony in harness, not less than 3 to enter Special Premium by Luther E. Herron. No. 13 $ T 00) L 3-- Fruit and Shade Trees sive use of our farmer subscribers, anil is for the sale of stock. Brain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in .ivo issues of the Record, free of charge No. 14 $7.00 to first $3 to Second Handsomest decorated turnout driven from town not less than 3 to enter $6 to Is $4 to sec. ... Special Premium by J. E. Robinson. Best saddle mare or gelding, 4 years old and under not less than 3 to enter Special Premium by C. A. Robinson, democratic candidate for nominatin for Sheriff of Garrard Co. Old $ 10 00 $ 10 00 $ 10 00 Strawberry Plants, Asparagus, Blacker- ries, Raspberries, Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. Fashion Wheelbarrow Race, not less than 3 to enter $2 to 1st $1 to second Fon Sale One good yearling Bull. Special Premium by J. R. Mount Son & Co. J. H. Thompson. Preachersville, Ky. No. 16 Best Combined Mare, Stallion or Gelding riden Chas. Graves, of Paint Lick, has a and driven $8 to 1st $4 to Second nice short horn bull for sale. Special Premium by C. A. Arnold. J. N. Ross sold to Logan Hubble one No. 15 suckling mule for $125. $ 3 00 $ 12 0 J. E. Scott has returned from a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mrs. TO MAKE HIT. For SaleSow and nine pigs. Scott near Lawrenceburg. Miss Sue Higgins, of Upper Garrard, is wielding the rod in this district. We welcome her to our midst. Miss Margaret Hackley a teacher at Georgetown has made a recent visit to her niece Mrs. G. H. Lane. Mrs. George Smith, of Lexington, will arrive this week for a brief visit to her sister, Mrs. Maria Lane and other relatives. Worth Saving, And Some Lan caster People Know How To Save It- - 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-t- he slightest delay is dangerous. Use Doan's Kidney Pills a Miss Myrtle Ruble will leave Saturday to open school Monday at Hyatts-vill- remedy that has cured thousands of We recommend her to the kidney sufferers. Here is a Lancaster citizen's recommendation. patrons of that school. Mrs) T. S. Elkin, New Danville Pike, Mrs. C. F. Ison, gave a childrens Lancaster, Ky., says: "I feel grateful party Saturday afternoon, compl- to Doan's Kidney Piils for .the benefit imentary to her little grand children, they have brought in my family. My HazBlanche and Fletcher Davis, of back was very lame and there was a zard. Green and pink was the color constant pain at Dainty refreshments were Doan's Kidney the base of my spine. scheme. Pills went at once to served. Twenty eight children and the root of my trouble and entirely resome adults were present on this en- lieved me. Another member of my joyable occasion. family was bothered by attacks of lumbago and his back was so weak and lame that walking wasdifficult. Doan's A Peek Into His Pocket. Kidney Pills, procured at Frisbie's Drug Store, brought relief in this case would show the box of Bucklen's Arniju.t as quickly as they did in mine. I ca Salve that E. S. Loper, a carpenter, i have not the slightest hesitation in of Manila, N. Y. always carries," I : recommending this remedy, as I know have never had a cut, wound, bruise, or it lives up to all claims made for it." I For sale by all dealers. Price 50 sore it would not soon heaL" he writes. n cents. Co., Buffalo, Greatest healer of burns, boils, scalds, New York, sole agents for the United chapped hands and lips, fever-soreStates. eczema, corns and piles. Remember the name Doan's and lake no other. 25c at B. E. McRoberts & Son. e. Foster-Milburs, skin-erupfio1-- m Nursery cultivation is proving not only one of the most fascinating of studies in the rural sections of Kentucky but it also is developing into one of commercial importance which is taking high rank. To those inter- Write for free Catalogue. . No Agts. ested it will be good news to learn i that the Kentucky State Fair management has decided to offer tempting H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. premiums for nursery displays in connection with plant and flower departLexington, Kentucky. ment. This is another of the entirely new departures which have been decided upon for the big Kentucky State Fair of 1911. It is along the lines of prog ress and' improvement which make certain that the Kentucky State Fair net only will maintain its lead in tho south but that it will take its rightful place among the great state exhibi1JF 0. 8 tions of Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota and others to the north. J. H. Tompson, Preachersville, Ky. No. 17 For Sale ninety good young Ewes No. 18 and eight good Bncks. J. F. Thomp3S2 Grand Cake Walk, not less than 3 couples to enter $5 to 1st $3 to Second Sweepstake Roadster Ring, not less than 3 to enter $ 8 00 $ 15 00 son R.F.D.No"4 Stansord Ky. S, Phone For Sale or Exchange. Five room cottage, one acer ground, storn house 30x16, good cisten, out building, would exchange for small farm and pay diffence. Call on or address No. J. W. Aker, Preachersville, Ky. SECOND DAY, AUGUST 12th PREMIUM LIST. 1 No. 2 3 4 Best Yz doz. roasting ears of corn Best Peck of new potatoes Best Rooster and Hens any stock ' Best Pairs of Ducks any stock Best Pairs of Geese any stock Prettiest Baby, Boy or Girl, 2 years and under. ... Best Mule, either sex, 2 years old and under 3 Best Double'Team, in Harness not less than 3 to enter $8 to 1st $4 to second Best Special Premium by Judge L. L. Walker. Saddle Mare or Gelding 2 yrs old and under 4 Ford. Special Premium by Judge A. Special Premium by Capt. Wm. Herndon. $ 1 00 $ $ $ $ 1 00 fa ") Bigger and Better Than Ever NINTH ANNUA!, (ot No. No. No. No. No. $100 1 1 C No. 5 6 7 8 $ S 50 50 3 00 5 00 12 00 PERMANENT BUILDING IN INTEREST OF HEALTH waged the country over is to be aided materially by the establishment on the grounds of th Kentucky State Fair, at Louisville, of a .permanent health building, the cost of which will be paid by the Jefferson county fiscal court. Dr. W. Ed Grant, city health officer of Louisville, and Dr, W. B. Smocfc, Jefferson county health officer, took up The campaign for health being yi 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. FIX BE THEUE I WJIX YOU? SEPTEMBER 11, -- XOUisVXIXE... DA1LY--RACIN- No. 9 No. 10 No. H No. 12 Best Mare and mule colt Model Ring not less than 3 to enter I. $ 7 00 ' $ 5 00 $ 8 00 Special Premium by W. B. Burton. this matter with the fis'cal court and i secured the appropriation. The federal i government has agreed to send a corps of instructors to Kentucky eachyear .during the fair to deliver lectures dealing with the problem of health. ! THRILLING FREE ACTS - - LIVE STOCK SHOW--FIN- E HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC- CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION- HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY-MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER G -- -- ' For information or catalogue write to PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones Building do) ) Fancy Turnout, no decorations, not less than 3 to enter 86 to 1st $4 to 2nd Special Premium by W. J. Romans. No. 13 Best Stallion any age No. 14 Old Fashion Mule Race not less than 3 to enter $5.00 to 1st $3.00 to 2nd Special Premium by J. W. Sweeney. r No. 15 Sweep Stake Roadster, not less than 4 to enter, $20.00 to 1st $10.00 to 2nd... No: 16 Worst Turnout, not less than 3 to enter Special Premium by George Moran. ' $ 10 00. $' " 8 00i . $ 80W 30 00 $ 8 00' S v v " --- x. . A K 'i 5 -- "' .. - III I- - ;; ) July Clean Up And Stock Reducing PRICES inch Foulards and Dress Silks, Etc., in a broad variety of colors and designs. 27 It H .''"" W AT C -' ' '- " - - S At 1 1 2 9cts SPLENDID MUSLIN cm UNDERWARE -- VALUES---1-- 3 OFF. l l Shirt waists sold regularly at $ .25, $ .5o, $ 1 .75. REDUCED TO 95cts. THE- Ladies and Children's OXFORDS. JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO GREATLY REDUCED. v: IhlJljliljUljl.iMjSiiMME rifraMrrgMriilrSfifJiiE 1 Having bought we will still be able to furnish the JMjeiats. trade with W Winchester and Mrs. Charles RichardSpecial Car. For Sale. son of Lexington. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. The Kentucky Association for the Good new buckboard only been used -Richmond, is prevention of Tuberculosis will send about a dozen times. Will sell cheap. V Miss Georgia Jones, of I visiting Mrs. J. N. Ross. a special car here for two days dur- Apply at this office. Gill is visiting friends in ing the Lancaster Fair with the hope Miss Helen Bring me your produce. W. H. Notice. that the parties in charge will be to Ward. for good boards, beams, Cincinnati. some benefit to our people in general. A Brief Mention or the Comtnjs and timbers and lumber of any Just received" a nice assortment of Farm for sale or will exchange for Miss Edna Lovell is at Crab Orchard The car will be equipped with maps, Goings byThoie We Are Interested In. Drummer Samples to retail at whole- city property. J. E. Nevius. stay. kind. This is the place Springs for a week's charts and pictures and illustrations of sale prices. where such things are Texas is here model homes and will show how this Mrs. A. J. Mershon of Brumette is the man who handles Shoes and Hats at reduced prices. dreaded disease can and must be stop- Bargains on my 10c bought "By builders who Mrs. Chenault is in Frankfort for a visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Walters. fresh vegetables. tables. Best fancy ped. This car was in Owensboro last visit to relatives. know their business. Give Economy and mason fruit jars and jar Mrs. Mattie Nevius of Stanford is week and while the car was there they patent flour C5c, 70c and 75c. Meat 10c, 12c and 14c per pound. Lard compound rubbers at Wards. us your next order and Miss Callie Adams is in Richmond for visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nevius. had 934 visitors. This car will visit 10c, Pheasant pure lard lie, granulated a visit to Miss Lee Prather. you'll know why. The difWhen in town call on Turner & CarMr. Emory McWhorter of Paint Lick every town in Kentucky in the next sugar 17 lbs for one dollar; arbuckle ference in the quantity of Miss Ellis of Latonia is the guest of left last week for Denver Colorado. few months hoping that the people coffee 21c, green coffee 18c, soap 3 penter for fresh groceries. Miss Carna Walton Anderson. may become educated as to how to cakes for a dime, soda 3 pkgs 10c, lumber needed and the time and money thus saved will Fresh line of candiesjust received at Miss Hallie Brown is in Stanford for prevent this disease. The State of Mrs- - Charles Baierlein is much imbest coal oil 10c per gallon, "Atlas" Wards. Extra nice. a visit to Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown. Kentucky loses annually 6500 people Mason amaze you. proved after a spell of fever. Jars, qts. 65c, 2 qts. 80c. from this disese. This is more than When you come to the fair bring J. Terms cash at the store. Produce Miss Ollie Phillips of Liberty is a of Cincinnati is Herbert Lancaster any other state loses as compared to taken at cash value. M. Ross your produce. the guest of Miss Martha Ward Swee- guest at the home of the Misses Wil- the population except Tennessee. It S. N. Davis at Powell Stand. ney. kerson. Call 240 for good things to eat duris to be hoped that the people of our Miss Lydia Elmore left Tuesday to Mrs. C. L. Doty of Cincinnati spent countv will visit this car while it is ing the fair. Charley Baierlein Farm For Sale. visit Miss Josephine Chenault of Rich- the Fourth of July with her litIe son here and that one more lick will be hit Everything good to eat for the fair We will sell privately 500 acres of mond. Gayle Doty. towards the prevention of a disease the best blue grass land in Garrard at J. N. Ross. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. homes of Mr. Fred P. Frisbie is attending the Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford is that has robbed more rs Ca'I on 213 for fancy groceries. and sisters county belonging to the estate of Wm. in Buffalo, New visiting Mrs R. H. Batson and Miss Fathers, Mothers,-brotheSchriners meeting A. Burton, deceased. Farm will eiththan any other known disease. Turner & Carpenter. York. Susie Hilton' er be sold to one purchaser or we will Mr. T. M. Wilson of Cave City was Call Brumette for fresh and stample Mrs. Samuel Eads and children have divide it to suit the purchaser in farms Kill More Than Wild Beasts. a visitor in Lancaster the first of the returned from a visit to relatives in of from 25 to 500 acres. 400 acres of groceries. The number of people killed yearly this land will raise tobacco and all of it week. Wayne county. Tablets, ink, pencils and crayons. by wild beast don't approach the vast is good land. Mr. Jim Robinson has returned from Mrs. H. R. Whiteside and daughter, number killed by disease germs. No Every thing for school children. W. It has five houses and six good tobac- H. Ward. the Mountains where he has been of Louisville are guests of Rev., and life is safe from their attacks. They're co barns on it. Well watered and fence trading. Mrs. C. C. Brown. in air, dust, even food. But grand in good condition. For further inforGood rooms and meals during the t Miss Ada Alcorn of Hustonville is Miss Nancy Long, of Kirksville, has protection is afforded by Electric Bit- mation, call or address, fair at Baierlein's also lunch. Give the attractive guest of Miss Angie returned home after a pleasant visit ters, which destroy and expel these f him a call. R. L. or W. B. Burton. deadly disease germs from the system. to Mrs. J. N. Boss. Kinnaird. Lancaster, Ky. Your account is now due, please call why chills, fever and ague, all Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doty of LexingMiss Margaret McMullen of North That's and settle at once, am in need of yield ton are guests at the home of Miss Carolina has been the recent guest of malarial and many blood diseases money. Miss Rella Arnold. AT THE promptly to this wonderful blood punV Lena Bright. Miss Lillian Cochran. fler. Try them, and enjoy the glorious For Sale. About every other person at the Mrs. A. J. McNees of Clinton, Miss- health and new strength they'll give Crab Orchard Springs Sunday was ouri., is enjoying a visit to her grand- you. Money back, if not satisfied Upright piano, in good condition, from Lancaster. mother Mrs. Arthusa Curry. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. blood and splendid individuality. price $95.00. Apply at this office. Royal Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of Miss Lily May Sutton returned SunFall boars and gilts for sale. Wanted a cook for a small family at Danville are guests of Mrs. Rebecca day after a pleasant visit to relatives Ky. Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Bright Herron. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, A Warning. West and family. in Nicholasville and Lexington. Phone 3G8 G. Mr. Aolph Joseph has returned Mrs. A. H. Rice of Richmond India- Breathes there a man with soul so Have a Spirella Corset selected for dead, from Indiana, where he spent a two na, has been the recent guest of her you and perfectly fitted by a compe- AT - mother Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury. Who never to himself hath said: week's vacation. tent Corse tiere. "My trade of late is getting bad, Miss Rella Arnold, Agt. Marjorie Ballou of Stan2t Little Miss Misses Margaret and Angie Kinnaird h ad?" cousins and Miss Alcorn of Hustonville are en- I'll try another ford is enjoying a visit to her Water Rent Dae. the Misses Arnold. joying an outing at Crab Orchard If such there be go mark him well, For him no bank account shall swell; The city has gone to a big expense Miss Maud Wilson of Richmond is Springs. No angel watch the golden stair, in repairing the Water Works and need visiting her sisters Mrs. W. R. Gott R. L. Crossfleld of Tran- To welcome home a millionaire. President money so all those who owe rent and Mrs. Len Miller. sylvania University Lexington was the The man who never asks for trade. please pay me at once. Raymond Haselden guest Saturday and Sunday of Elder By local line or ad displayed, P Mr. and Mrs. J. L. E. Heron, Supt Cares more for rest than worldly gain, and children are enjoying an outing at and Mrs. F. M. Tinderr the Dripping Springs. Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson returned Fri- And patronage, but gives him pain. Wanted. day from a visit to her mother, Mrs. Tread fllghtly, friends, let no rude sound Harry Brown has returned from a The address of Albert Lindbery and Disturb his solitude profound; visit to his grandmother Mrs. William Jno. W. Moore, of Stanford and also a Here let him live in calm repose. Ida C. his wife of County of Garrard, visit to her sister at Liberty. Blakeman of Kirksville. State of Kentuckey 1889." Address Unsought except by men he owes, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bogle of New And when he dies go plant him deep L. B. Halleran, 63 B'way, Flushing? Mrs. Charles Hardin of Harrodsburg N. Y. 2t joined her husband here and was a Orleans after a stay with Mr. and Mrs. That naught may break his dreamless mMMMM W. H. Wherritt left this week for a guest at the-- Simpson House. sleep; Automobile Tires. visit to relatives in Hustonville. Wherein no clamor may dispel. Judee L. L. Walker and Mr. W.. T. Fine new independent make tires and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard are The quiet that he loves so well; West attended the republican conventubes at most reasonable prices. 28x3- expected home in a few days from And that the world may know its loss, tion at Louisville this week. $11.30, 0, 0 their trip to Atlantic City, Washing- Place . on his grave a wreath of moss; Mr. Arthur Joseph left Tuesday for ton, New York, and other interesting And on a stone above, "Here lies, 32x35 $17.20, Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he will points in the East. 0. 0, A chump who wouldn't advertise." visit his sister for two weeks. Exchange. Is the Best and Cheapest SatisMiss Angie Kinnaird was "At Home" factory Roofing made today. Miss Clara Miller of Charleston Saturday evening to a numbor of Escapes With His Life. Tubes about 30 percent lower than West Virginia, is here visiting her friends for her visitor Miss Ada AlTHERE IS NO TAR IN IT. standard list prices. Terni3 C. O. D. parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. "Twentv-on- e vears ago I faced an corn of Hustonville. A tempting lunchif 20 percent of amount accompanied awful death," writes, H. B. Martin, much in evidence. Mrs. I. E. Adams and little son eon was order. 10 percent allowed if cash acPort Harrelson, S. C. "Doctor said I Homer Cassel are spending their vaca companies order. Money refunded if Misses Camilla Stevens of Valdosto, had consumption and the dreadful cough goods are not satisfactory. The Gey-tion with her sister Mrs. Oscar Ray. and Mary Hunter of QuitGeorgia., I had looked like it, sure enough. I Sales Co., Bimm Bldg., Dayton, man Georgia., will arrive next week tried everything, I could hear of, for Misses Gertrude Wilkerson of StanOhio. for a visit with Miss Mayme Lee Bal- my cough, and was under the treat ford ahd Ada Westley of Liberty are home in the country. ment of the best doctor in Georgetown, visiting Misses Bessie and Willie Wil- lard at her .. H B iU r J ... B kerson. Miss Norma Elmore entertained at S. C. for a year, but could get no re koom put on over iweuy yean ago tigoea.M Wn&HpS new today. For further detailed iaformatioa . Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Cheak of Nash- "500" Friday afternoon at her pretty lief. A friend advised me ta try Dr. ville, Tennessee., were guests of Mrs. home on Danville avenue, the honor King's New Discovery. I did so, and Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, Will Cook and Mrs. Owsley last Wed" guest being Mrs. Charles Hardin of was completely cured. I feel that I Harrodsburg. A most appetising lunch- owe my life to this great throat and nesday. eon was served and a mosfT enjoyable lung cure." Its positively guaranteed 1 W. M. Boyle of New Orleans came evening spent by the guests. for coughs, colds, and all bronchial afTuesday to join his wife here for a FIRST-CLAS50c &$L00 Trial bottle free Miss Lillian Cochran gave a "lawn fections. short visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Office Phone 31. - Residence Phone E. McRoberts & Son. fete" to her charming guests Miss at R. Wheritt. LANCASTER. KY. Margaret McMullen of North Carolina . Mrs. Ike Dunn and children have and Miss Jennie Denton Young of Lex- Call On The Following Mer-their home in Lexington af- ington. The spacious lawn was made ter a stay with Mrs. Dunn's parents quite attractive by decoration and the chants. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gulley. . dainty menu served, made the occasion J. E. Stormes, Druggist. Miss Willie Belle Greenleaf who has a1 very enjoyable one. R. S. Brown, General Merchandise. I bees 'with Lancaster relatives for a Ball & Holtzclaw, Grocers. IS THAT , stay left Tuesday to visit Mesdames Parswi's Pwm A Ge. Davidson & Walker, Grocers. Price and Farris T. CURREY, Grocery. From Rev. H. Stubenvoll, Allison la., Mrs, James C. Hemphill and J. C. in praise of Dr. King's New Life Pills. J: N. Ross, Grocery. First-Gla- ss . fe. t JjoamiUe' aad Mra.A-- . J, Turner & Carpenter, Grocery. "They're such a health necessity, IN Clinton Missouri, are with f In every home these pills should be. D. T. Brummett, Grocery. Mrs. JLatiras Curry for a stay. try a 10 cts cake of CREME If other kinds you've tried in vain, And SOAP Its more than soap made purely USE DR. KING'S. Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Miss Helen Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. - And be well again; Only 25c atR. E. of vegetable substances. A skin food itobinaan.Utft this weekfor a protracand complection beautifier. ltoMrs.-vWilKa& Son. Joaes of McRoberts U vmt, 181. All Aboard gossip About People vee mil J Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. We Sell Ice Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs Creamery i2c Per Pound H. V. 1-- m ten-inc- Ky?fe Red Top -3t BASTIN. MfMfMMyMMfM Asphalt Granite Roofing 30x3-$12.3- 5, 28x3J-$14.0- 30x3J-$16.035x4-$20,6- 34x3J-$17,7- 5, 5, 31x4-$21.5- 0, 32x4-$22.70, 33x4-$23.5- 34x4-$25.9- 0, 36x4-$27.5- 34x4-$30.2- 0, 36x4.-$31.6- 0, 36x5-$35.1- 0. ASK YOUR DEALER er Haselden Bros. a 7.-- S' i J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer S MEAT 1-- m a bunch of fine , Young Cattle HELLO! C& Beazley Haselden? Mc-Na- es Davidson & Phoie . Wafo S3fc DoTyou write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? YES. m t V. ." tf i1 , " t'--J . v-- ;- 1 B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON,-Vic- e Prest. r JLJi 0600000000440006 OOOOOOOOOOO0OOO I 1 ORGANIZED 1SS3. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- I W. O. Rigncy, W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. w id-Sum- mer 60&0000OOOOOOOOC00000000 9 ..DON'T.. Jersey Bull Henry J Ass't Cash'r. r. forget your old reliable Barber for a Fair Hair Cut and Shave. We aru always on hand waiting for you. Razors don't pull and Shears don't bite. Business Solicited. i Prompt Attention. HENRY DUNCAN'S B.vitiiEK Shop on Ricujiond Stkeet. J. S. Johnson, B. 5 if F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs ."Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. tmax&arvm-u iwb Mm nawwawwtfmw.u jl', rfi j i uu gjjcgi 19 aw Annual jf- Simpson Season Ml j. v rgri. for Instance take four features of the , SJM nnoun cement J. W. H. SWEENEY. d. TINSLEY, rilOXE S29-- J. County Surveyor. Office over F. (J. Visible Models 10 and 11 of the Hnrfi furniturf store. Our Annual 5 Typewriter Column Selector Adding and Subfracflng Mechanism Tabulator Sei Key Built In Tabulator which are absolutely new, entirely original, fundamentally important, and afford conclusive evidence of enduring Remington leadership Sale of exclusive lines of Furniture for the bed room, dining room, parlor, living room and library began MONDAY, JULY 10th, 1911. .THIS ANNUAL BARGAIN EVjENT For the purpose of clearing our floors, before the fall buying season, of high quality suits from nationally known makers of the best furniture, for whose product we have the exclusive sale in Lexington will prove unusually attractive this year because of the large and varied stocks on hand and the decided price reduction. Mid-Summ- er Lancaster, Kentucky. uiii ft i pi I of QUALITY. LWare McRoberts. i Henry L.Casey,o.v.s. VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal In!ustry Philippine Nl.imls. Tuitert States Army Office Tc at Logan's Stable. DANVILLE. KY Icrihoue si and 42. Dr. J. 8. Kinnaird, Olllce Phone 89 Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street. Residence Phone 9. & M Remember that we guarantee your satisfaction IB B Uy H-- N. d m$ Remington Typewriter Company xr-lt- sl ft Will include suits and odd pieces in Mahogany, Circassian Vtfalnut, Birdseys Maple, Antique Walnut and White Enamel and Oak,finished in Golden, as well as the rich, darker shades, such as Cathedral, Jacobean, Early English, Fumed and Old Oak. THE SPECIAL OFFERINGS Dr. R. L Pontius, KenUicky. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Oiliice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. --- Among the styles represented are the best present day designs and the various ular periods Colonial, Old English, Jacobean, Sheraton, Chippendale and Adam. PRICE REDUCTIONS pop- Lancaster. I I I SPECIAL EXCURSION lf CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, July 16th 11 I are great enough to put this excellent Furniture within reach of persons in moderate circumstances. No one contemplating the purchase of new Furniture should fail to see these special offerings, and make the most careful examination and comparison of values. Sale Prices will prevail in the floor coverSpecial ing section also, and will include such desirable high quality rugs as Bigelow, Whittall and Eardwiek Royal Wiltons, Axministers and Body Brussels exclusive designs and colorings in room and all the smaller sizes. FLOOR COVERINGS Mid-Summ- er E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Gliidaes Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. I M. K. Denny, fTrSlS DENTIST Office over Misd Arnold's MUlIneiy. H. J. PATRICK, All "Work Guaranteed. 1 SPECIAL TRAIN ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTfCULARS. 1 8 H 1 I Leaves Junction City 5s56 a.me I TOO MUCH LOVE A splendid variety of qualities and colorings in carpetings by the yard are also being Sale Prices. offered at Mid-Summ- er Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as i will prosecute all offenders to ful- , wli . lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweenetf Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels of all Idnds and"of the D B Anderson H C Arnold W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, L II Brown G Y Conn Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed T W Conn J G Conn A representative of our Company Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. J G Clark will be at the Kcngarlan Hotel in LanMrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett caster, every county court day. C G Gay W K Leavell E Dunn John Boian HARRIS & WHEELER E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath. Kodak finishing. r R, E. Thompsan Booth Thompson NICHOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY! J. W. Simpson mants. Studio --- Too much love for fun, frolic and rich, food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help ycu but DENN'S SURE, k.SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Uur discoverer, ten years a miseraDie sunerer wan tnc aoove zrouDies. ana KtiiiuiviAi.ixivi tor years, was cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at..,,.. Stormes Drug Store. fi J? 'JBlO WB i DB. Wm. BURNETT WW MAIN AT BROADWAY. er 8z Co. KENTUC KY. H1 IIL " Physican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. OtDce Phone 6. Call and see us for a good LEXINGTON, Hair Cut and Clean Shave. The Only Two White Barhers la Town. See the tall sign, North side or Public Square. . Monuments BEST MATERIAL. M HOUSE. ATTORNEY. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY Wilt-Practi- Photographer. Bromide IIP 0 ijillliy L Enlarge Office, I llLllUliU : in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Oftlce over Police Court. Phone 194, 2 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone 340. Public 'Square. Second hand clothes sold on commission. at Telephone m- m W ri3M$ MID-SUMME- R ill gTfie M one-third 9 VACATION TO G reen oeai W ear Paint,, two-third- m I I S3? vi hi r ROUND TRIP FROM Lancaster, TUESDAY And All Way Stations. Regular Train 5:15 a. m. If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the quality of the paint to be used. Iu any given job of painting, Iabot represents practically s, material t the cost. It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality h. W. Faulkner, Office Hours 8 fVIgr; . - Office over a. m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes Drug Storo of the paint is all important. is sought? , Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job Phone 65. DENTIST. Eancaster.-Ky- . 1 jj 1 All Expenses at Hotel only $6.50. This includes your board and admission to the several routes in the Cave. One evening for a promenade or dance. Outing. Write or Phone L. & N. Ticket Agent. A Grand Three-Day- s A ft Mow is one to determine the. true value and obtain paint that maybe depended upon for durability? , HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. This paint has g the printed formula on eyery package. the composition of I have just opened up anew, clean ' " The makers have confidence and take pride in' the quality and tell the public the paint. t IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU?) IT OUGHT TO BE. FOR SALE BY i - :, Barber Shop 2 .w IV x z cc3nn c ' brothers. V . . T ': - on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have.'iny friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention II JOHN-DUNCAK- .. t Si.j' v. jr v.-- . .., .- ' v JA .l