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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 21, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911072101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 21, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i TWENTY SECOND YEAR. THE CENTRAL RECO RB PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. -- y-i LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 21, 191 Before the fair, cut the weeds. Anderson-Richardson. I NUMBER 15. 8XS3XS33333CS&eS33 M WE HAVE A FEW Buggies & Surries make a special price on, as we clo not want to move them to our new location (Mason Hotel.) that we will Now is the time to get bar gains in BUGGIES. All this work is GUARANTEED. Come early, don't delay and let your neighbor get the choice. They are going to sell. We can save you money if you will let us. Bxa BP9HS mJm CONN R IB a AN L mJ3 MB 4fe fcr Lancaster, Ky. 83X&eS33SS3&2nE fmtamamwsaessmmwEmm BuK&fl LOOK! LOOK! FROM xv T AD Sale Will Continue On & On until entire stock is sold. You can not ford to miss the Great Bargains we are fering in Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Fur The stock holders of the Lancaster Hospital will meet at my office Friday Mr. and Mrs. George F. Anderson of ?"Bring me your produce. W. H. evening, July 21st. 1911 at 8 P. M. Ward. purpose of electing officers. "Maplcwood" near Danville announce for the the approaching marriage of their Excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday All are requested to be present. daughter, Lillian to Mr. H.A. Richard$1.75 round trip. J. B. Kinnaird, Secy. son, in the early fall. The wedding is to be a quite one at the home of the Next Monday is county court day. Ready For The Circuit. bride. The contracting parties are Call by the office and pay us that Mat S. Cohen, the genial horseman, well known .here, the bride being a tells The Messenger that he has his sister of Mr. J. M. F. Anderson (Lite and will tle John) and the groom is a Lost Between depot and town a string of horses in popular pair of gold, rimmed eye glasses. make the fair circuits, beginning at salesman for the Remington Finder return to this office and receive Lancaster. As stated in The Messenger, he has a string of winners, and reward. the horses defeating him will have to Blooming Out. Many of our people are enjoying our "go some" to turn the trick. Messen2 new picture show each evening, and ger. Messrs Joe S. Hascldcn and Ollie T. yj i the shows compare with those of any Wallace, two well known Lancaster i l large city picture show. Republicans and Democrats. boys, have just completed real estate Seats are now in the park and there In the last three issues of the paper sales at Crab Orchard and Junction will be preaching every Sunday night the Fair Association announced that City. At the former place they diswhen the weather is good. If it rains the Democratic state candidates would posed of Sfi lots and the latter 77 lots, then come to the church. attend our Fair on the second dav. the average price realized at the two July 27th, but failed to state that also places being $40.00 per lot. Bro Harvey Estes, son of Mr. and the Republicans state candidates had These young gentlemen are proving Mrs. Ship Estes filled the pulpit at the been invites and would attend on tbis very successful along this line and their at the Baptist Church last Sunday, and same day. The candidates will only be services are very much in demand as is dilivered a very inteesting sermon. allowed to speak ten miuntes each. eveidenced by the fact that they have The Association has also invited Hon. engaged for two more sales in Ken The dwelling of George Elam was Ed P. Morrow, District Attorney for tucky towns in the near future. totally destroyed by fire a few nights the Eastern District of Kentucky and ago, says he was insured with Ed C. one of the most prominent Republicans Theodore Currey Married. Gaines the insurance man and was in the state. paid promptly and in full. At the home of the bride in Rome Good Show During Fair. Ga. on Thursday morning at nine Three good houses are being comBeginning Monday night The Evans o'clock Mr. Theodore Currey of this pleted this month, within the town place and Miss Harriet Fleetwood of limits. We still need more and hope Comedy Co. will show every night Rome were united in marriage, Rev. that some good man will put up about during the week under their capacious Headin of the Christian church of Rome tent with a seating capacity of 1500 A a. dozen this tall tor they would cer people on the vacant lot on Hamilton officiating. The happy couple left at tainly find ready renters. Avenue adjoining the Creamery. This once for Chattanooga, where after spending a few days they will return to The Lancaster and Danville stage show is composed of 24 people, each Lancaster and will be at home to their line is again on its regular run much to and every one of whom is an artist in friends at the home of the groom's the convenience of the people of both his or her line. They carry a full mother on Lexington Avenue. The towns. Jim Hatcher is pulling the uniform band and orchestra and there bride is well known to Lancaster peolines and Uncle Sam couldn't find a will be no dearth of good music. Their repertoire consists of such well known ple, having been a teacher in the Gradbetter man to perform this service. plays as St. Elmo, Lena Rivers, Scar- ed school here for several years, and is a lady of charming personalty. The Born: to the wife of Mr. T. Coleman let Letter & C. Gulley on Monday, a ten pound boy. It is a first class, clean wholesome groom, of whom it is unnecessary to aQBSSSTK fw"tdy-ti"""Coleman says he is to be named James show and should be liberally patronized. make mention in the way of introduction, as every one knows him, and to Jeffries, but notwithstanding the lusknow him is to like him, is one of LanW tiness of the youngster we do not think Disastrous Fire. caster's most substantial business men. Mrs. Gulley will stand for this name. About two o'clock Tuesday morning He succeeded his father the late T. Mr. C. A. Robinson awakened to find . It is very seldom that you find more his fine stock barn- - in flames. The Currey in the grocery buisness, and than one devil to a printing office, but barn was on the opposite side of the "Curry's is as well known to the peothe Central Record one has two. Mr. road from his house which is five miles ple of the town and county as the pubAlexander Robinson and Willie Miller. distant from town on the Lexington lic square. They make a good team and if you pike. When Mr. Robinson discovered want anything from this office just the blaze the roof of the structure was Mail Handled at Lancaster Post Office. call 43 and we will have a devil at your falling in, and he was unable to rescue You know that the best way to be sure of During the month of May the local 55 door in a short while. any of the s.ock. Five fine horses and postmaster, as well as all others at getting good clothes for your money is to go to four splendid work mules perished in offices of the same class in the united Eld. D. T. Broaddus and wife of the flames, together with a large quan- States were required to keep accurate a place where none but good clothes are sold. Canadian Texas are expected this tity of baled hay, corn and oats. Mr. account of the pieces of mail handled The best way to get more than usual for your week to visit relatives in this county. Robinson is at aloss to account for the by them and the number of times it Eld. Broadus will begin a series of money is to go to that place where they're oforigin of the fire. was handled. That the local postmeetings at Bethel July 23rd. He will Mr. Robinson carried $400 insurance master and his fering goods at clearance prices. assistant have but litalso conduct a series of meeting at on the barn and $400 on the stock, tle time to devote to anything but Scotts Fork beginning the second Sun- which will That's what we're doing here now; we're not begin to compensate their business is evidenced by the folday in Augast. him for the loss he sustained. clearing the decks for the fall campaign; lowing figures: Number of pieces of first class mail handled during the everything in Suits go at a price now. Let's Clean Up. month 41.609, number second class The Lancaster Fair begins next pieces 19,661, number of third class Wednesday, the "annual event which pieces 9,212 and fourth class pieces 782. attracts visitors from far and wide to Congressional and other penalty mail our town. As they see us, so will they handled 1,136 pieces, foreign mail 10 clothes go; suits that you'll be glad to own, judge us. Let us make their criticism pieces and registered mail 194 pieces. and wear, at much under regular prices. as favorable as possible. "Cleanliness It must be taken into consideration is next to Godliness", and costs but that the average number of times this Men's fine all wool suits in Brown. Tan, Gray, also Black and very little. Let us place our house in enormous number of pieces of mail Blue. Regular price 16.50 now 11.93. order and be prepared to present the matter is handled is three, and that One mixed lot of Men's fine all wool suits, Hart Schaffner and very best possible front to the stranger some of it is handled four and five Marx make, in Brown. Tan, Gray and other colors. Regular price within our gates. Do now the things times. 20.00 now 14.98. that you should do even if you were In addition to the handling of this One big lot Men's all wool suits in all various colors including not expecting-company- , namely, make mail, the postmaster must look after BlacKs and Blues of Hart Schaffner and Marx make. Regular a liberal use of whitewash, trim your his money order business, wait on the price 22.50 now 16.75. lawns and cut those unsightly weeds delivery windows, answer several Men's suits of very finest quality, H. S. & M. make, in Gray, that surround your premises, and do thousand questions daily and attend to Brown, Tan, Black and Blue. Regular 25.00 and 27.50 values all things necessary to impress the the hundred and one duties incident to now 18.75. visators with the fact that we have a the routine work of his office. cleanly as well as an orderly town. In the years 1898-- 9 the money order business amounted to from 30 to 60 Mr. John Greenleafs House Burned. orders a month, now there is that number issued daily and sometimes as The residence of J. E. Grrenleaf on Lancaster Avenue, which was gutted high as 100 orders are issued daily. All, UUUOfc Ul V4UQJUI.J. The volume of business handled at by fire last Saturday afternoon, was favorfully insured, and Mr. Greenleaf hopes the Lancaster office compares to begin as soon as possible the re ably with the other offices of the same building. It was a dangerous blaze and class in the state and surpasses that of had gained considerable headway be- many offices of the same class in towns Luckily it came at who have many more inhabitants. fore discovered, that time, for such a fire when the ocafA Splendid Opportunity. cupants were asleep would have caused much heavier damages, if not loss of Residents of Lancaster and Garrard life. In taking furnishings from the county who wish to invest in real esofburning building, Mr. Greenleaf and tate are offered a splendid opportunity his daughter, Miss Van, sustained along this line by the Texas Land & slight burns on the head and shoulders, Improvement Company who will run caused from falling sparks. There an excursion to the irrigated district was no one at home at the time except of the Lone Star State on August 1st. Mrs. Greeuleaf, who was unaware of The special Pullman sleeping car will the blaze in the roof until discovered leave Junction Citv for St. Louis, by her neighbor, Mrs. W. T. Griggs. thence via the M. K. & T. for a point ship-shap- YOU Is ??????????????? DO IT UOW. We Need It. HflSELDEfti BROS. t I Bet More Ika Usual v alus Hart Schaffner & Marx LOOK! ! Jas. W. Smith, A xoco&c$&o Ov:oooo cxxxxan nishing Goods. Men's full suits worth $10.00 to $12.00 now $1.98 to $2.95. $15.00 and $18.00 Suits going in this sale at $7.98. $20.00 and $25.00 Suits $11.58 to $13.58. Men's Shoes 98cts and up. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 98cts and up. GREAT BARGAINS IN "EVERY DEPARTMENT. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. - Lancaster, Kentucky. ; LOGAN - near Chrystal, which is about eighty miles southwest of San Antonia, Tex. Will Not Run. and is the heart of the vegetable growIn answer to the inquiries as to ing, irrigated belt of Texas, and where Judge L. L. Walker becoming a candi- is located the lands owned by the date for Circuit Judge of the 13th Judic above mentioned company. Garrard county people are not wholly ial district, at the election next November, we are authorized to state that he unacquainted with the advantages offer will not enter the contest but will re- ed by this land company, many of the sume the practice of law in Lancaster most prominent citizens in and around at the expiration of his term of office. i"aint LiicK, among whom we may During the time that. Judge Walker mention Messrs. Ernest Woods and has served on the bench he has mani- James Burroughs, have already been fested a disposition to deal fairly with out there, viewed the lands offered for safeguard sale, made purchases and come back I all parties and especially to the interest of the people. He has on3 highly delighted with the prospects and of the best records of any Circuit Judge conditions in that country. Within a short time Mr. William in the State of Kentucky as to his decisions being affirmed by the courtof Sturgis a representative of the Texas Appeals, and it has been demonstrated Land & Development Co. will be in time and again that Gov. Cox acted Lancaster to explain the advantages of wisely in appointing Trim to succeed the the lands which are being offered for late Judge M. C. Saufley. His able sale and several Lancaster people have public service has endeared him to the already signified their intention of people generally,-botrepublicans and making the trip on the excursion. The democrats, and if he had entered the round trip fare from Junction City will race he would 'doubtless have received be $39.95, and even should one not a larger vote thon any republican ever make a purchase the trip is a very de1 polled in this district. sirable one as an outing. h v. Climax. In order to cut down my large stock of Bunts, Harness k wapns X X you can get some low down prices, for a short time. m I W. J. Romans. - ?V The republican lambs selected for the slaughter in next November at the hands of Senator James B. McCreary INCORPORATED. are not to find their pasturage as $1.00 A YEAR. Jssued Weekly. from now until that day as they might expect, The steam roller methGREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. ' ods of the O'Rear crowd at the conl vention was not relished by some of i Entered nt the Tost Ofliee in Lancnster, Ky., the unsuccessful candidates for the ' Mull Mutter. as Second-Clasminer offices who were so hapless as to go under it, and already rumblings are Member Kentucky Press Association heard within the ranks of the g. o. p. and The republican ranks usually succeed Eighth District Publishers League. in healing all differences before election day, but in this instance it looks very much as if there had been some wounds Lancaster, Ky., July 21, 1911. inflicted which will not easily heal. However, be this as it may, our one Rates For Political Announcements best bet is that the next Governor of For Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 Kentucky will be a democrat, he will 10.00 hail from Madisou and his name will For County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 be McCreary. The Central Record Story Of A Dollar Bill. The -- Great Importance Of The Sub-Distri- Office Of BUENA VISTA Bjr.fllrlIMEIMu.rErrlfMJMia )JMjjMMmMMSMS -- -- s For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 10 10 Obituaries, per line Democratic Ticket. 05 Governor James B. McCreary. Lieu L Governor E.J. McDermott Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. Auditor Public Accounts Henry M. Boswortb. For Secretary of State C. F. Crece- lius. For Attorney General James Garnett. For State Superintendent of Schools For For For For Barksdale Hamlctt. For Commissioner Agriculture Newman. J w. I For Clerk Court of Appeals R. For Greene. Railroad Commissioner W. F. Klair. For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. M. Farra For Representative;-Joh- n from Garrard Co. ANJSOUNCEME N TS For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. are authorized to announce A. Beazley as a candidate for James County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic We party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic party. C. - We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. For Magistrate. are authorized to announce N. White as a candidate for John We. rard county, subject to the action of tne democratic party. In the dismissal of Auditor's Agent Cassidy of Louisville from the service Auditor F. P. James seems to have involved himself in no end of a muddle, and the press of the state, irrespective of political complexion are severely censuring him. The Louisviile Post of the ISth inst, speaking editorially has the following to say: "Auditor James expected, by the aid and the influence of his agents throughout the State, to be rotated into the office of Treasurer. His appointees were not powerful enough to do the work their chief demanded, and he has begun their execution. One by one they are sent tc the block, with the explanation that if they were not "loyal" to him, they might prove disloyal to the State." If the Post's assertion be true, and the Auditor proposes to send to the block all of his henchmen who failed to land for him, it is a foregone conclusion that everyone on the state paj roll will lose his head, for the Auditor succeeded in receiving the vote of only two counties in the state, Mercer and Boyle. that Judge Walker will not make the race for Circuit Judge, it is a foregone conclusion that Judge Chas. Now A. Hardin will be the next Circuit Judge of this the 13th Judicial District of Kentucky. The people of this district are indeed lucky to have such a capable man as Judge Hardin as their ' Circuit Judge. One fact is assured that as long as we have him on the bench, we know that justice will be dispensed fairly and without favor to anv man. We are glad that our brother decided not to run for to say the least; it would have placed us in an embarrassing position, and then too, the jtwo judges are the veiy best of friends jand have alway been. It is not at ell likely that any republican will make the race.agaiase Judge Harlin. . Ten years ago a farmer put his in School Trustee. , Miss Mary Stotts has returned to itials on a dollar bill. The next day he On the 5th day of August there will her home at Nicholasville. went to the nearest town and spent it Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Christopher have be chosen a school trustee in each one with a merchant;-beforthe year vas of every county in been visiting relatives at Lexington. of the out he got the dollar back. Four times Mr. John Proctor and family of State. The number in Jefferson in six years the dollar came back to him the son County will exceed one hundred Mercer spent Sunday with Will Scott for produce and three Times he heard and the total in all the counties will and family. of it in the pockets of neighbors. The Mrs. T. F. Walton and children of an probably exceed ten thousand.-quit- e last time he got it back four years ago army Bradfordsville are the guests of Mrs. this. Before the Sullivan Law he s Tit it to a mail order house. He enacted about three years ago, there Walton's parents. neve.- has seen that dollar bill since and Mr. and Mrs. Leathers of Faulconer trustees chosen in each of these never will. That dollar bill will never were districts, say around thirty thousand; spent last week with their daughter pay any more school tax for him; will of this number, it was said, five thous- Mrs. W. H. Duncan. never build or brighten any of the J. B. Ruble, Raymond. Victor and and of them could not read or write. He sent it houses of the commuuity. Do we need to go further to find cause Robert Ruble, also Tom Scott were entirely cut of the circle of usefulness for the languid prosperity of the State? visitors in Cincinnati Sunday. to himself and his neighbor when he sent Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Davis accompani Each trustee has in charge from forty house. Patronize your ittoa pupils. He is charged ed by their little daughter attended to one hundred local merchant, who helps you pay with their proper and comfortably church here Sunday and were guests at your taxes, support your school and healthful housing, the selection of their William Christopher's. churches and lends the helping hand in teacher and the general oversight of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lane, Mrs. Fad-lac- k times of sickness and trouble. St. the school. It is reliably stated that of Danville and Mrs. Ben Lane of John W. Cassady, auditor's agent Louis Lumberman. Lexington have been visiting their for Jefferson county has received a many of these acting trustees do not terse note from Auditor James saying enter their schools more than once or mother Mrs. Mama Lane. The Dane!. Where Is The body of Mrs. Buck Ford who "your comission as Auditor's agent twice a year. So low has this olhce for Jefferson county has been revoked. " Editor Stears, of Nicholasville New, is fallen in the estimation of the people die' at her brother's at Wilmore was Cassady failed to land . Jefferson mean cnongh to tell the following on in some sections of the State, that it brought here for burrial last Tuesday, county's vote for Mr. James for State his brother editor of that city: The is difficult to get anyone to serve. I interment at Mt. Olivet burrial ground. Treasurer. James Reed who worked thin porcelain editor of the Jessamine was present at the first meeting of one Wade Miller a colored man of the for the nomination of Oliver for Sec- Journal laid down a few evening ago of the district boards of Jefferson Flatwood vicinity who was working retary of State has been discharged as in his yard, with his head resting on County under the Sullivan Law. When for Mr. Parsons died here Thursday custodian of the new Capitol building a mint bed, and as soon as he got a we were talking over the improvement night and taken to his old home for by Captain Farley, who is on the Capi- whiff of that familiar odor he fell into of school conditions, one of the burrial. tol board. Reed was an O'Rear man. a deep sleep and this was his dream: trustees zrose and said, "GenMr. James Temple who had been in Straws sure will indicate the direc- "He thought one of Curley's wagon tlemen, for God's sake, come and help bad health for some time died suddenly had unloaded a barrel of their best, and me. I am here, elected by one vote tion of the wind. at his home Friday. He had returned that the ice wagon had left a and I had to go out and bring that man from Nicholasville a few hours previous At Swinburne Island New York eight- cake of ice, when the editor became in to vote for me, so little interest do to his death, burrial at Mt. Olivet een persons are held in quarantine as busy, and just as the first goblet was the people take in their school affairs." Saturday afternoon, sympathy is exsuspects, some of them being already prepared to drink, and the world seemIt seems as if the management of tended to the stricken family. afflicted with Asiatic Cholera. There ed a fairyland, the pet billygoat be- our educational matters might be likenhas been six deaths from the disease longing to the boy, made a rush, and ed to the building of a house wherein and more are expected. The most striking the editor just below his note the builders gave all attention to the stringent measures aix being adopted book, when he cried out , 'yes, mam, roof and upper part, ignoring completeto prevent the spread of the disease I'll be good.' " ly the foundation upon which the secToo bad Mr. McCarthy, we will bet and no apprehension is felt that it will urity and well being of the structure extend further than the quarantine that this would never have happened depends. to Editor Stears for he would have gone station These trustees are the to Lexington to have this dream, and very foundation stones of our common Congressman John W. Langley has left the "Pet" at home. school system. If these stones are rotbeen elected Chairman and Alvis S. ten or faulty, you cannot have a safe Obituary. Bennett as secretary of the Republican and satisfactory structure. Such exMr. Isaac A. Onstotts was born May actly is our condition, just as effect State Campaign Committee. Empty 16, 1851 near Lancaster, Ky., He was honors all. follows cause. Now follow Kentucky! married to luiss reacine nay uct, , Father! Mother! Patrons! of the school, TIip first prohibition election ever 1S74. They moved to Davies County all, it is readily within your power to held in Montgomery county Ala. result Ky. , about thirty five years ago where remedy many of the ills which afflict ed in a victoi-- for the "wets" by a they have lived and been highly reour school system, and you can do it majority of over fif.een hundred. spected people, they have one son and with little trouble and no expense. Molly's idea of a dull time is a daughter buried at Lancaster, one son How? By getting together in each sewing circle without any scandal. and his family live with his mother. colMattie Anderson a respectable and resolving to put into the Every person who is on the lookored woman who was employed as cook One daughter Mrs. Robert Barker who office of trustee the broadest minded, at "the home of Mi. J. D. Gulley,drop- - lives nearBryantsville. They have five most level headed, most active and in- out for some really good news ped dead Tuesday afternoon of heart grandchildren, Mr. Otstott was a kind corruptible man in the entire district. should join the circle delighted cus disease. ard devot- - 1 husband, a loving and in- You will not, as a rule, find him asking tomers at R. S.BROWN'S The Store dulgent fiuker, a good neighbor, above for the place. He will, if suspecting Publish A Day Earlier Next Week. that sells Cadet Stockings. A few all he was a devoted Christian. One you want, more likely be "taking more bargains left, come and get In order to enable the Record force who loved his Sunday school work, and what but no matter, select your share. to take in the Fair next week we will was always in displace at church. He to the woods." him and then make him serve. Such a go to press on Wednesday morning. was always rcaT5 and willing to help will have Advertisers who wish space in next the cauECLoThiSjMaster. He has been man will be a busy man ane many excuses, but by persistence and weeks issue must bring in their copy afflicted jforjjeveral months but was insistent persuasion, you will get not later than Monday afternoon. ahvajs kind and gentle to his family IT16 through his "hard pan" and down and will'be greatly missed by them. where he really lives, and there you Notice To Colored Teachers. He was alway; ready to advise with will find a patriot, who seeing his duty, The Joint Institute for colored teach- them in the duties of life, he was for will do it. In addition to each one of ers will convene in Danville August 21. the right all the time, his was a clean the duties devolving on this Please make preparations to be pres- life such as all should desire, and his trustee, concerning his individual school ent during the entire session as teach- last prayers was for his chiidren and and which no one else can do, and which d ers salary for that week will only be that their lives might must and will go undone if he fails, be pure and clean. Peace to his ashes. paid on the certificate of attendance. these trustees have in their hands the Miss Jennie Higgins. Supt., A Friend. make-u- p of the County Boards of Edu cation and these boards having large At The Ball Park. Kentucky Game And Fish. discretionary, powere are necessarily EASY AND SAFE TO USE Allduring Fair week, beginning on Unless something is done in the near important factors in school government. Monday night the Demorest Comedy future to prevent the wholesale de- As the stream cannot rise higher than INEXPENSIVE. Company will show under their large struction of fish and game in and out its source, so the ability and usefulness tent at the Ball Park. Their repertoire of season, Kentucky fields will be bare of the County Board cannot rise above of splendid shows is unexcelled by any of birds and the streams without fish. the calibre of the average of the trustent show on the road, and their six Even, now there is but little use for tees .who make them. Be careful and acts every night will be interspertcd the gun or pole and line, and the scar- do not let any man be put in as a trusON ALL LIVE 8T0DX. with interesting vaudeville, so there city of game and fish is a constant in- tee because he has a sister, brother, will be no long tiresome waits. There ducement to violation of law in the aunt or cousin who wishes to become a DISINFECTS. will be a complete change of plays and shooting of game out of season and in teacler. Such teachers are almost in CLEA?'SS. scenery every night, and they should the use of dynamite and seines. variably employed at the expense of PURIFIES. be liberally patronized by those who Two things are necessary for the the children's interests and this I am enjoy a good show. It has so many u3ea that It Is preservation of the game and fish. fully satisfied has been one of the One of these is the protection of the fruitful causes of present conditions. a necessity on every farra. Kirk Boone Killed. game now existing, and the other is Do not let sympathy, charity or friendCURES MANGE, SCA3, Kirk Boone was found dead beside the stocking of streams and fields by ship come in between the children and RINGWORM, SCRATCHES means of fish hatcheries and game pre- their rights; to do so is to prostitute the tracks of the Q & C. railroad near serves. those noble qualities to an ignoble end. Brannon station Monday night. The Destroys All Disease'Germs were taken to Somerset where The killing off of the game was a Let merit alone be the measure of the remains they were buried Wednesday. Kirk result of a prejudice against game teacher and trustee. Once you get DRIVES AWAY FLIES Boone was a son of Capt. Sam Boone, laws, based on the belief that game this kind of men in office throughout V08 f ALB ST who is well known to many Lancaster laws were advocated solely for the the State, they will find a way out of people, The deceased was a printer benefit of city hunters, but the people all our maze of difficulty. Now here is R. E. and comes of a family of printers. He now realize that good game laws are a plain duty, easy of accomplishment and absolutely with no money cost. McRoberts 6c Son. was for many years connected with the for the benefit of everybody. The Kentucky Fish and Game Pro- Will you get up and do it, or will you various papers at Somerset and for a SEND FOR FREE BOOKLETS while edited a paper at Burnside. Bril- tective Association is now trying to sit idly by and let it go undone? Will g liant, wholesouled, generous, hot tem- get every hunter and fisherman in the you allow another year of indifference pered and impetuous. Kirk Boone had State interested in the passage of bet- to the plainest and most pressing of .won many friends who will regret his ter laws along this line. One of its duties to pass, thus cheating several plans is for the State to charge a hundreds of thousands of children out untimely end. license of one dollar per year to every of their birthright, which is time and Tuberculosis Car Here Jufy 27 & 28lh man who hunts on other men's land, opportunity to get an education wherer and to charge of Ken- by they may meet more successfully Life has a meaning to you as it gives tucky at least ten dollars per year for the rough and hard battle with the you joy and sorrow. hunting in this State. Similar laws world, which so inevitably awaits them? You are naturally interested in your aie now and have for years past been What shall the answer be? and conown happiness and the happiness of in force in every State in the Union exsequently "whatshall the Harvest be?" your family, friends and neighbors. cept Kentucky and about three other You may say you have no interest in If this is- true, you should not fail to States. the selection of a trustee because you visit the Free Health Car while touring Under such a law a sufficient fund have no children to send to school. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. the county and learn some facts which could be raised to employ men to see This does not lessen the responsibility, perhaps have not come to your mind that the fish and game laws are enexcept in a temporary and selfish way, before. forced, and to provide stocks of fish because your neighbor's children in the This Car will be in Paint Lick July and game for evei'y field and stream next generation, or in a very few years Phone 340. Lancaster, Ky. 25th, in Hyattsville July 26th, and in in the State. Of course, if a man will become men and women who take Lancaster July 27th and 28th inviting doesn't care a dollar's worth about up the responsibility of citizenship. the public to visit it, see the exhibit hunting ho wouldn't have a license, will be in office, and and hear practical talks about Con- and the burden would fall on those Some of them you educate your neighbor's child sumption and other infectious diseases. who would be glad to pay so small a when you are elevating your own community With the present conditions, and the sum for so much pleasure. and performing a God given duty to laws of nature working as they do, One of the big benefits to be derived humanity. In one word, the election another 6,500 will die this year of this by the farmers would be the enforcequalified terrible disease. Among them may be ment of the posting laws and keeping of a good, well trustee .is your most important civic yourself, one of your family, neigh- trespassers off of their lands. Under down the throat of a "gapey" bors or friends. Therefore we ask "the present conditions, a great many duty at this time. chicken destroys the worms Respectfully submitted in behalf of and saves the chick's life. A jou to visit the car and to attend an farmers allow themselves to be im- the Louisville Commercial Club Educafew drops In the drinking ater Illustrated Lecture on What Everyone posed upon rather than to drive hunOught to Know about Consumption ters away, but a paid game warden tional Committee, John B. McFerran, CURES and Chairman. Thursday night in Lancaster at 8 P. M. would have no such feelings in the PREVENTS GAPES by Wm. Jesse Baird. matter. trsSSSw'W white diarrhoea and other chick Parson's Poem A Gem. diseases: Every true, intelligent, patriotic and In order to make the employment of g citizen who has meditated wardens One 50c Bottle of it is proposed to From Rev. H. Stubenvoll, Allison la., upon tbe enormous death rate causpd put the employment of the 'wardens in praise of Dr. King's NeW Life Pills. by this terrible disease, noted that we under the supervision of a "They're such a health necessity, have 20,000 cases in the state to day, commission of four.- - two to be selected In every home these pills should be. Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of should feel the great need of a con- by the Senate and two by the House of other kinds you've tried in vain, If this medicine on hand. Ask for free booklet on centrated effort upon the part of every- Representative, who shall ..serve with USE DR. KING'S Diseases of Fowls." one in trying to stamp out Kentucky's out compensation except for necessary J And be well again. Only 25c at R. E. R. expenses. Ex-.- . J . :.. ?.v most fatal disease.. McRoberts & Son; ct lux-urant e sub-distric- YOUR & ll ts i Please call and 1 m P m e m m mail-ord- er TTLE I WE NEED THE MONEY. m I 1 S int. S en & Go. liaBiiaarTfflsaffilBKSiaiBrafaTaiBi 1 j sub-distri- ct "mjllPpfiPDIIte ffglMpaMjlB MjflfaJlfgMmiiHtsL'Bigiai CQ MM t5 100-pou- One Ounce of Satisfaction I n -- IS WORTH A TON OF TALK. SEE THAT YOU GET ") Lily Flour, SATISFIED. sub-distri- ct and we Guarantee you that you will be DEPOSIT YOUR WHEAT WITH US. g E y BETSY'S POINTERS S ii ii" Go, sub-distri- ct Lancaster, Kentucky. lijsmMHSJsfSiQi iMifri2fe..fij:siipi3Pli:i!B &srn4n our, SoaI? Salt, Shingles 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. I H'f-'irv- sub-distri- ct grand-childre- STUDEBAKER WAGONS. GLASS and SAUNDERS CAM? NELSON, KY. - ... THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capita! $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. ROBINSON, Ass't Cashier. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C Robinson, J. E. Stormcs, S. C Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Paper Cleaning WE HAVE PLEN- TY OF CASH to meet all checks on this bank without delay. The Garrakd Bank &. Trust Co., carries a larger cash reserve than the banking laws call for. It is therefore always in a position to make prompt cash loans to depositors on acceptable security. If you have no account then this fact may make it worth your while to open one. non-residen- ts Don't Repaper this season. Have your - Paper Cleaned. J. J. Faulkner. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. ONE sub-distri- ct teop Telephones Installed Since May 1st, 191 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 165 F. G. Hurt 339-- J 363-- S 374-- S 1. ' ? "- J. Q. Mahan J. W. Mahan G. A.5 Morgan Misses Moss & Lay Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. Residence Crab Orchard St. Residence Water St. Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. home-lovin- non-politic- non-partisa- n BourbonPoultry Cure Mount, Son &Co Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. Pontius Dr. RL. Residence Bright's Bend. 333-James Rankin 384-Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. T. C. Rankin Grocery Campbell St. 213 Turner & Carpenter Residence Crab Orchard St. 381 Miss Margaret Zanone Paste this in your telephone book. 186 365 U A - . " "v -- J. The Bastin Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster, Kyr. jf - jt c- - -- $ V v Da nville Fair Aug 9 3-- 4, 11 Roadster Rings feach Day. $200. - $200. Roadster Ring Aug 3. Saddlestake Ring Aug 4. 2-3- Attractions of Every Description will be on the Grounds. August 3rd will be Louisville Day. August will be Garrard County Days. -4 ft Hearty Welcome Awaits livery One For further information and catalogues write. I. M. Dunn, KEEP THE KIDNEYS Sect. lieved 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 Frisbie's Drug Store, brought relief in 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 Foster-Milbur- P. Givens , some crops in the botton land were swept away entirely. Misses Edith, Ovelia and Amy Montgomery Ollie Crawford and Jennie Ward Messrs John Prewitt, Clyde Sanders, Walker Burdett, Tom Marcee and Irvine Dean spent Sunday a Camp Nelson. Residence Phone Rev. W. D. Moore of Lawrenceburg Office Phone 31 will preach at Mt. Hebron Thursday LANCASTER. KY. evening and Wednesday morning of the 25 and 26th, on the evening of the 2Gth, he will give a free lecture on his travels to the Holy Land, Every-bod- y invited to attend. Prest. I WELL Lan- Fruit and Shade Trees Health Is Worth Saving, And Some caster People Know How To Strawberry Plants, s- - Save It- - Asparagus, Blacker- ries. Raspberries, Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. Write H.F.Hillenmeyer 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 snflerers. Here is a Lancaster citizen's recommendation. Mrs. T. S. Elkin, New Danville Pike, for free Catalogue. No Agts. Lancaster, Ky., says: "I feel grateful Miss Cora Hurt of Lowell began the to Doan's Kidney Pills for the benefit they have brought in my family. My public school at Sunnyside June 10th. Miss Alice Jones of Lexington is back was very and there & Sons. constant pain at lame base of my was a with Miss Ollie Crawford teaching the spine. Doan's Kidney Pills went at once to music. Lexington, Kentucky. the root of my trouble and entirely re Mr. Joe Pope bought of Mr. J. I. Crawford two head of cattle at 4 cents per pound. Mr. A. S. Dean delivered to Mr. William Lawson a bunch of lambs at 6Jc per lb. Rev. Mahan will fill his appointment at his place Saturday afternoon Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. II. R. Montgomery and children were with her mother Mrs. Mary A. Sanders Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Joseph Rogers, son and grandson of Danville were with Mr. and Mrs. States. Remember the name Doan's and Willie Grow Sunday night and Monday. take no other. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grow and little son Scott spent Saturday night and MT. HEIMON Sunday with relatives in Jessamine J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer A Peek Into His Pocket. HELLO! IS THAT would show the box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve that E. S. Loper, a carpenter, County. of Marilla, N. Y. always carries," I Rev. Ennis, Capt. of the Salvation have never had a cut, wound, bruise, or Army of Jessamine is conducting ser- sore it would not soon heal," he writes. vices in the school house yard at Greatest healer of burns, boils, scalds, Bourne. chapped hands and lips, fever-soreeczema, corns and piles. The rain of the ninth did much damage to tobacco crops in this locality 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. s, skin-eruption- Beazley 9 Phone or call on us C& Haselden? IN- Do you write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? YES. s, at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. 1-- m !9 nm Read What They Say! fiMflMlffli I ffll MifiiT fiaTFgTyreiffflTgg Purchasers. G. B. E xeursion August 1st. TO Read What They Say! Bankers. COMMERCIAL TRUST CO. Williams President. & W. T. B. Williams Sons Bankers. Irvine. Ky..July5 19H. Texas Land Development Co, Kansas City, Mo. Gentlemen: South West Texas IRRIGATED LANDS. man Berth. Capital $1,000,000.00 I have just returned from your Texas lands and I am very much pleased with the trip. I found everything just as you represented it and liked the land well enough to buy some of it. I expect to go to my land about Dec. 1st to spend the winter as I don't think I could find a more delightful climate in which to spend the winter. Yours truly (Signed) GEO. B. WILLIAMS. Rail Go Road Fare Only $39.95 Round Trip. By Special Arrangement we can make this cheap Party Fare. If we have 25 or more in party we will furnish Free Pull- with us and Inspect this Land which can be made to pay for Itself in one Crop. 20 Acres of this Land will produce more Profit with less Labor than 160 Acres of Dry Land. Kansas City. Mo., July 10. 19H. Mr. W. S. Fish. Stanford. Ky. Dear Sir. At the request of the Texas Land Development Company. I am writing you a personal letter relative to the standing of this company, which I understand is composed of very prominent business men whom we believe have the ability of handling the proposition. Mr. R. T. Burge is at the head of the selling company and I fully believe you can rely upon anything he may tell you. Yours truly, (Signed) R.C.MENEFEE. PRICE $100 PEE, ACHE We Have Sold Land To a number of prominent men in Irvine, Paint Lick and other points. We refer you to Geo. B. Williams, Presi- WITH WATER Are You Going With Us? car-loa- PIONEER TRUST CO., Capital & Surplus $600,000 Kansas City, Mo., July 10th 1911. Mr. W. S. Fish, Stanford Ky., Dear Sin-- Mr. R. T. Burge, of the Texas Land Development. Company has been doing business with us for several months and came to us highly recommended by the Commerce Trust Co., with whom he has done considerable business for several years. They stated that they had a very high opinion of Mr. Burge and his business methods. Our experience with Mr. Burge has been We think, in most satisfactory. view of our own experience and the experience of the Commerce Trust Company that Mr. Burge is entitled to the confidence of the investing public Yours truly, (Signed) B. H. GARVEY, Secretary. O. W. WITT Judge of Estill County. Irvine, Ky., June 29, 19U. To whom It May Concern: One Third Cash and Balance In Three Yearly Payments! We will take a of people from Central Kentucky. W. S. Fish and J. W. Acey, of Stanford; County Judge Link Wells, Liberty; Dr Thompson, Kings Mountain; R. H. Metcalf, cashier McKinney Bank, J. I. Hamilton, attorney, Lancaster; E. L. Woods, President Peoples Bank, Paint Lick. Many others will go. We want you to see our and before you buy. d I have inspected V Tartuguenta v pasture in Southwest Texas and find it to be all that is claimed for it by the Texas Land Development Co. Although the farmers in this section were not through planting corn, I found the first crop of corn cut and in the shock in Texas. I talked with a number of farmers and found all of them prosperous and content and making more money than it seems possible to make on a farm. The climate, was ideal and every man in our party purchased a farm. Yours truly, (Signed) 0. W. WITT. dent of Williams & Sons' Bank; County Judge, O. H. Witt, of Irvine; also Dr. Carmen, O. L. Arnold, Hammock Bros., Tom Grady, all of Paint Lick and Jas. Henry, of Kirksville. Texas hand Development Co. 916 Com. 51dg. Kansas CitJ, '- Ock Goodloe, ....Metcalf, McKinney, Ky. Wallace SteeleLancaster; or R. H. ---SEBLOR WRITE Vlo. V t & No Droughts. s Deep Artesian Wells Furnish Water When It Is Needed. Crops Harvested Every Day In The Year. Nu iron Failure ' ! J ': irt? (iy r Bigger and Better Than Ever SS1SSL3 1 w 5 BLUE GRASS FAIR FIFTH OPENS ANNUAL EXHIBITION AT LEXINGTON MONDAY, AUGUST 7TH, FOR SIX DAYS. AJNIMIJAXi iiii Kl...louisviixe ll ? S3 n I sea ails SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. I Fair Bigger and Better Than Ever This Year Numerous Attractions, Including U. S. Marine Band and Aeroplane Flights By Daring Bird Men. I'LL, BE THERE -- WILL YOU? oiuwi ui-J- THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC- CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION- HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER s ---- .K..ttAllNVjr -- d The flfth annual exhibition of the B!e Grass Fair association at Lexington, Ky., begins on Monday afternoon, August 7, and continues six days and nights through Saturday, August 12th. Since its organization in 1906 the Blue Grass fair has taken full rani: with the largest and the best of the state fairs and expositions of North America. It has very justly come to be known as the greatest horse show in the world. It is the only fair which offers a full quota and classification for breeding classes of the three great breeds of American horses, as well as show classes, simplified and arranged in a manner which makes their dis- For information or catalogue write to PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones Building horses from the great nurserie. throughout Central Kentucky. The afternoon program of Saturday is one of the most interesting of the entire week, as it includes all the champion ships, in which final contests occui between the winners of the individual classes during the preceding days ol the fair. To these championships this year will attach added interest, due tc a rule recently passed by the board ol directors of the fair. This rule re quires the winners in the various classes to show for the championships and, until they do so, the money which has been won in the preceding classes will be retained by the association. There will also be seen on Saturday afternoon the American Saddle Horse Breeders' association special, in which a magnificent trophy is offered for the finest stallion or mare, three years old or under, to be shown to hand, registration in the American Saddle Horse Register being made a condition of entry. The fair will close on Saturday night with the last concert oi the Marine Band and the last exhibition of the Kline shows. The week promises to be not only a gala one in Lexington, but in the history of the Blue Grass fair. record-breakin- 2 Although D. D. D. Prescription has been recognized for years as the one remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other forms of skin disease, it is now known that there is no other wash, even those used by the beauty spe cialists, that can compare with this mild liquid for cleansing the skin of pimples, blackheads, rash, and all similar skin affections. For this reason alone, a bottle of D. D. D. should be kept on hand in every household. A trial 25c bottle will show you the merits of this great remedy as a complexion wash. D. D. D. seems to remove the cause, whatever the trouble may be, cleans ing the skin, and leaving it as soft, as smooth and clear as that of a healthy -- Eczema Cure A Beauty Wash. Fair S GiJ figrra as; f r 3 Vv on Hamilton avenue adjoining Creamery. eek CO 24 People 24 People 24. COMEDY child. Get a 25c bottle today and keep it in the house. For sale by all druggist. Uniformed Band and Orchestra. Return of Tavorites in all Royalty Plays Including HARKSJiUKl. tinction clear. Pitched on a larger and more extensive scale than ever before, with the certainty of increased interest on account of various added features, this i year's fair promises to eclipse all records. Numerous additions and improvements have been made in the I Q & 1i ua matter of rings and amusements featia ures have been secured of a kind and to an extent that justify the belie! that the fair will prove not only more valuable than ever to the live stock interests of Kentucky, but also more attractive to those who visit it. Three stakes are offered in the show classes for saddle horses, in addition to the first contest in the National Saddle Horse Futurity, which will FLfc: i Daily A. D. hang up for weanling colts a total prize of three thousand dollars. The fair will be opened at two 2 fikQfa Saddle Hcrss o'clock on Monday afternoon, August Futurity 7th. Effort is being exerted to secure Greatest Colt Show in lb World the presence of a speaker of national IN PRES5IUR5S prominence, who will deliver a briei . Rich SaJcie Horse Sfakta 1 Kg TLrce Be.1 of all American Iforse Shows address. Following this, interesting Hig- - Class Running show rings will be seen, races will be Splendid Display of Every Class and Harness Races Daily contested and a band concert by the or Liya block noted United States Marine Band from City Washington will continue throughout the afternoon. Monday HERBERT A. KLINE CARNIVAL GOHPAN night at 7:45 the evening concert oi the Marine Band will begin and the JOUElT SHGUSE, Sec'y, Lexington, Ky. famous aggregation of Herbert A. world renowned Kline's B carnival 3 fesCTBBCTCEaBZSSSar 'SrvESCSIE3TESEE2Kr2yrs: shows will offer opportunity for enter' a.z irrx tainment and amusement. On Tuesday morning, August 8th, the big mule show, always a most interesting feature of the Blue Grass fair, will be seen, and Hereford cattle will also be shown. Various breeds of sheep and swine will be judged in the pens and the poultry judging will take place in the poultry house. The outstanding feature of Tuesday afternoon will be the contest for the National Saddle Horse Futurity, in which fifty or more colts will compete for the prize of three thousand dollars. There will also be various interesting rings for all kinds of show horses. Also on Tuesday afternoon the first 1 1 of the week's aeroplane flights by Mr. J. A. D. MuCurdy will be given. In addition to flights over the grounds, in in which he will attain an altitude of more than a mile, Mr. McCurdy will Just received a lot of good lime make a trip from the grounds to the city of Winchester, eighteen miles disand a car load of Portland Cement tant, carrying to the mayor of Winwhich we will sell at a reasonable chester a letter from the officials ol price. the Blue Grass fair. He will alight at Winchester and receive an answer to Red Ash Jellico Coal, best on the this letter and then leave immediately market. See us for Thrashing Coal. on bis return trip. He expedite, make Good block 12cts. the journey in a little more than one time. Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- - hours'Wednesday morning On will be seen fnnfYVPTr "RnrvPincr mflrln t.nrlnTr in front of the grand stand the classes for jack stock and the breeding classes in for standard bred horses, which always afford one of the best shows during the week. afterDEALER noon's program On Wednesdayfamous appears the Blue Grass fair stake for saddle horses, which for the paskthree years has produced the best show ol horses to be seen anywhere in the world. There will probably be Kentucky Fair Dates. twelve or more entries to this stake The undersigned hereby give warnThe following are the dates fixed for this year and an exciting contest is ing to all persons not to transpass upon holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as certain to result. our lands for any purpose whatever as far as reported: Thursday morning is given over the breeding classes for the American sadwe will prosecute all offenders to fulMadisonville, July 185 days. dle horse and to classes for short horn lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Henderson, July 255 days. cattle. The prizes offered for AmeriFishermen especially take notice. Georgetown, July 255 days. can saddle horses are particularly rich M Farra Sqnire R Parsons Jno LANCASTER, JULY 3 days and desirable and are certain to result W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price Providence, August days. in a magnificent show. The display of E F Herring W A Price Danville, August 3 3 days short horns at the Blue Grass fair is W S Embry S L Rich well forth a trip of many miles to any Berea, August 3 days Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin man interested In beef cattle. On Versailles, August 3 days. Dave Thompson Thursday afternoon among the show J W Sweeney Lexington, August 6 days. Z T Rice features will be witnessed the Junior Jas Sutton Uniontown, August 5 days. sadchampionship stake for Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels Taylorsville, August 8 4 days dle horses and an excellent program ol D B Anderson H C Arnold Elizabethtown, August days racing, varied show classes for roadW G Aiderson, H C Hamilton, Vanceburg, August 4 days. sters, three-gaiteand G Y Conn L H Brown horses and for fine harness horses. On Lawrenceburg, August 15-- 4 days. T W Conn J G Conn this afternoon, also, as every other aftLeitchfield, August 15-- 4 days. Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. J G Clark ernoon beginning with Tuesday, Mr. 15-- 4 days. Burkesville, August Mrs Maggie Boulden McCurdy will make three or more Dr. W Burnett Broadhead, August 16-- 3 days. flights in his aeroplane which will C G Gay W K Leavell Fern Creek, August 16-- 4 days. prove both educational and spectacuE Dunn John Boian Columbia, August 224 days lar. E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath. Shepherdsville, August 22-- 4 days. Friday morning is devoted to Jersey Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan London, August 22-- 4 days, cattle. This show will be more imJ. W. Simpson portant than ever this year, because Hardinsburg, August 223 days of the fact that a number of very valShelbyville, August 22 4 days uable cattle have recently been added 23-- 3 Liberty, August days to the herds in the vicinity of Loxing Erlanger, August 23-- 4 days. ton. On Friday afternoon will be seen Germantown, August 24-- 3 days. eleven rings for "Shetland ponies, Very Serious Nicholasville, August 29-- 3 days. ' a large number of show classFrankfort, August 29-- 4 days es open to different kinds of horses. It is a very serious nutter to ask Fulton, August 29-- 5 days Saturday is known as Thoroughbred for one medicine and have the Day. On that morning are seen rings Barboursville, August 30-- 3 days wrong one given you. For this in which are brought together many Franklin, August 31-- 3 days reason wc urge you in buying to of the most famous thoroughbred Somerset, August 30-- 3 days. be careful to get the genuine 80-- 4 Bardstown, August days. Paris, September 5 days. BUCK-'DRiuGt- tT TOO MUCH LOVE Monticello, September 4 days. Alexander, September 5 days. Too much love for fun, frolic and liver Medicine Mount Olivet, September 4 days. rich food causes stomach, liver, kidHogdenville, September 5- - 3 days. ney and nervous troubles. Other The reputation of this old, reliaKentucky State Fair, Louisville, remedies help you but DENN'S ble medicine, for constipation, inSURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures digestion and liver trouble, is firmtember 11-- 6 days. you. Our discoverer, ten years a ly established. It docs not imitate Horse Cave, September 20-- 4 days. miserable sufferer with the above other medicines. It is better than Morgantown, September 21-- 3 days troubles, and RHEUMATISM for others, or it would not be the faFalmouth, September 27-- 4 days. years, was cured in one week. To vorite liver powder, with a larger prove our remedy, while they last, sale than all others combined. Glasgow, September 27-- 4 days regular size bottles only 25c at...... SOLD IN TOWN 27-- 4 F2 xaayneia, eptemer days Paducah, October 4 days t Stormea D"rug Store, v AIM n iDLuCi Ij&KAaa S LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY AITflTCT s9 ir& XTLimuijfl 1 chq av, -- F J bhtg uays ana jNmms6 U. S. Marina Band? ts lll& Mc&rdy Daily Concerts Aeroplane by J. g ?tl,vyw $5,000 "2Sl&: ??-.?- .. HENS3to9cts Roosters 4 to 44cts. Young Ducks 8cts Eggs, 9 to 9cts. Turkeys 8cts. Red Top Coal from 0 to 3cts yard, lc more del. Asphalt Granite Roofing tar Mr. Johnson of Illinois is visiting her sister Mrs. Ammons. Miss Susie Cable of Broadhead is visiting-he- r brother Mr. C. C. Cable. Messrs Tom Marcce and John Pratt went to Camp Nelson Sunday to attend a picnic. Miss Mary Chesnut went to Lexington to make a several days stay with WILL CONTEST FOR RICHEST Mrs. John Woods. PRIZES EVER OFFERED CONMrs. Ap Price and Mr. Charles Dunn DITIONS PROVIDE FOR of Lancaster have recently been visitTHREE CONTESTS. ing her sister Mrs. Ed Perkis. Mrs. Mahan has returned from Tennessee where she has been with her First Show Brought About Through mother who has been puite sick. the Organization of the National Saddle Horse Futurity GreatMrs. Ben Hughes and Delia Rice est Show of Colts Ever Hughes of Lancaster have been visiting Seen on Any Fair her mother Mrs. Margaret Sutton. Grounds. Miss Lula Simpson has just concluded a six weeks visit to Mrs. M. F. Rout On Tuesday, August 8th, the sec Fayette county and relatives in Lexond day of the Blue Grass fair at LoX' ington. ington, will be contested the richest The Pleasant Grove Sunday School prize ever offered for saddle horses had a picnic at King's Mill Saturday. It will be the first show brought about An abundance of everything was prothrough the organization of the Na vided and every one present enjoyed tional Saddle Horse Futurity. This stake was opened by the Sad the day. Mr. Jonah Marcee fell off a wagon dle Horse Chronicle Publishing Co., early in the year of 1911. Its condi- last week injuring his right arm which tions provide for three contests, the broke the fall. He was considerably first this year when the eligibles are stunned and had to have assistance beweanlings, the second in 1912 when fore he could get up. they are yearlings, and the third in Messrs D. S. Swope and Henry Bur-detr 1913 when they are olds. Unreturning from church Sunday der its published terms the stake is divided into two portions, one of night were struck by a passing vehicle which is contested at the Blue Grass throwing them to the ground. The fair at Lexington and the other at the young gentleman who was driving like Missouri State fair at Sedalia, Mo. Jehu tryiug to head every thing on the Each nominator has the option of pike and having a small amount of choosing at which fair he will make courtesy in stock, pressed on with a his entry. As probably seventy-fiv- e per cent of the eligible colts are in light hello leaving his victims prostrate Kentucky, this proportion of the show in the mud, fortunally there was no will be held at the Blue Grass fair h rm done only their best suits were and consequently the larger amount of ruined by the mud. money to be distributed as the result of the futurity will be hung up at LexBLOOD POISON. ington. Every indication points to the great- Cured By The Marvel Of The Century, B. est show of colts ever seen on any fair grounds. There are about ninety eliB. B. Tested For 30 Years. gibles at the present time and it is Drives out blood poison in any altogether probable that a minimum of fifty will be seen in the ring on the stage permanently without deadly afternoon of August 8th at the Blue mercury, with puie Botanical ingreGrass fair. The prize for which" they dients. To prove it we will send you a will be shown is well worthy of such SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE. a ring. It will aggregate close to three If you have Ulcers, Eating Sores, thousand dollars. As under the condiMucus tions of the stake there will be ten Itching Humors, Swellings, Patches, Bone Pains, offensive Pimples s monies, each colt shown has a chance at some part of the prize. or Eruptions, take B. B. B. Botanic This great feature, of itself, should Blood Balm). All symptoms healed make Tuesday the banner day of the quickly. Blood is made pure and rich Blue Grass fair. But when it is re- completely changing the entire body called that, in addition, on that after- into a clean, healthy condition, healing noon Aviator J. A. D. McCurdy will every sore and stopping all aches, make a flight from the Blue Grass fair pains and itching curing the worst grounds to the city of Winchester, eighteen miles distant, and return, case of blood poison, druggists or by g St. Elmo, The Cow Boys Girl, ADDLE HORSES Lena Rivers, Majors Daughter, Beyond the Great Divide, Scarlet Letter. 6 3 1 Vaudeville frets T 6 Band Concert Every Evening. Seating Capacity 1,500. T" B. r I Prices within reach of all. 4 2 FTTl gTTi fTH nl Ml fW" fj Fr HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. e Citizens JNational Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. 2 SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. 'f W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. two-yea- te Business Solicited. J. S. Prompt Attention. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, July 30th iATrr37TTflTT7737Th9 $1.50 lrlUMLE!lJtllMklll $1.50 XS Round B'jt ill BbIB Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN first-clas- Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. I). n. d. iNUKlnlu 11, jhere is no DEPOT STREET. ASK YOUR it within an hour, the outstanding importance of Tuesday, from the standpoint of a visitor to the fair, can readily be understood. The management seems justified in feeling and in predicting that it will break all records in the history of the association. express, $1 ter large bottle, with directions for ..home cure, samples sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., Describe your trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by F. P. Frisbie. 1-- m Tor Instance I take four features of the five-gaite- d PREACH EKSV1LLE. POSTED Haselden Bros. MR. HAGGIN'S EXHIBIT Kentucky Jersey fancier, J. B. Haggin, owner of the magnificent Lexingnear Elmendorf farm paid ?28,000 ton, recently fpr Jersey public bulls two at auction. He bought at the Cooper sales in Pennsylvania Noble of Oakland at $15,000 and at the Stills at Kirksville, Mo., Viola's Golden Jolly for $"13,000. At the Cooper sale, also, Mr. Haggin paid $7,000 for the famous cow, Lady Viola. These are the three highest prices ever paid for three head of Jersey cattle in this country. All three will be shown in the Elmendorf herd at the Blue Grass fair at Lexington on Friday, August 11th. A Visible Models 10 and 11 of the five-gaite- d 26-27-- 15 3-- 2-- 7-- 8-- "five-gaite- d 94 9-- d five-gaite- 4 5-- 5-- 5-- 5-- 1 Beasts. The number of people killed yearly by wild beast don't approach the vast number .killed by disease germs. No life is safe from their attacks. They're in air, dust, even iood. But grand protection is afforded by Electric Bitof all kinds and of the ters, which destroy and expel these deadly disease germs from the system. That's why chills, fever and ague, all Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed malarial and many blood diseases yield A representative of our Company promptly to this wonderful blood puriwill be at the Kengarlan Hotel in Lan- fier. Try them, and enjoy the glorious caster, every county court day. health and new strength they'll give you. Money back, if not satisfied-Onl- y HARRIS c WHEELER, 50c at R. E. McRoberts &Son. Ancient Rain Guage. The credit of Inventing tho rain guage has always been given to a contemporary of Galileo, who made one In 1639, but the director of the Coroan Meteorological Observatory, Dr. V. Wada, has shown that It Is due to a Coroan king. The latter, King Sejo, in the year 1442 caused an instrument of bronze to be constructed to measure the rain, and it is set out In the historical records of Corea that this was a vase fifteen inches deep and seven Inches in diameter, placed upon a pillar. An example of this was placed In the observatory, and each time the rain fell the ofu clals were instructed to measure the height and to make it known to the king. Other Instruments were distributed to the provinces and cantons and the results of the observations made were sent to court Cas-tell- l, John Naylor. Miss Lela Cress, the popular daughter of Judge Wm. R. Cress, of Monti- cello, has been visiting her uncle, Mr. J. M. Cress and other relatives here. During the storm" last Friday, lightning struck and killed a nice mare valued at $225.00, for Mr. W. D. Peters, of Crab Orchard. The animal was in the pasture of F. F. Cummins. Lightning played a queer freak at the home of Wm. Brewer, a farmer living "near here in Garrard. A gentleman who had tied his horse to a tree, went in the house out of the storm, a bolt of lightning struck the tree, knocking the horse senseless. After the animal regained its feet it was put In the barn. A second bolt hit the barn and killed the horse. Kill More Than Wild Little Miss Gertrude Adams is quite ill. Miss Sarah Howard who taught the Hobbs school last year is teaching the Whites Mill school. Miss Mary Pettus, a graduate of the E. K. N., of Richmond will teach the school at this place. Mr. Quincy Carpenter, of Lancaster, is a visitor at the home of his father, Mr. S. D. Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gastineau, of Point Leavell, with their pretty little daughter, were visiting Mr. and .Mrs. Remington Typewriter Column Selector Adding and Subtracting Mechanism Tabulator Set Key Built In Tabulator vhichare absolutely new, .entirely original, fundamentally important, and afford conclusive evidence of enduring Remington leadership Remember that we guarantee your satisfaction Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated) Louisville, Ky. 1 Monuments BEST MATERIAL. Lancaster Colored Fair AUGUST 11th and 12th, Geor&e Moran, Pres. 1911. James B. Williams, Sec, 3-- NICHOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY. 1-- m Lancaster, Kentucky. J3i V - r i j i THE HOME OF No Special Sale but our usual Low Price on goods of QUALITY and STYLE. AINS NO CAST OFFS. Watch Our Table and (Bonnier I Values, 1 50c Cotton Voils 29cts. 50c Foulards 29cts. 35c Linweaves 19cts. 25c Dimities llcts. 25c Dress Lingings 14c. 1 5c Lawns 1 Octs, 50 and 75c Corset Covers 39c. $1.50 Muslin Skirts 98cts. 400 Princes Slips $2.98. 300 Princes Slips $2.98. cts. 25c Suitings 10c Lawns 8cts. 1 1 i The Joseph Mercantile Company. &mt&zi S 1 : r All t?iH&s&tii&m Aboard I for good boards, beams, 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 lumber needed and the time and money thus saved will amaze you. Gossip About 1 People NNN A Brief Mention of the Comings and uomgs by lnose wz Are inurestea in. t 9 Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. i m M I LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. k&st'&!i&&c? MmiMM&mm&RnmBL BJmMfMMfMmi m m m We Sell Ice AT THE -- - Creamery AT i2c Per Pound H. V. m BASTIN, ikkiiiMikmiRm Bu3dings covered over twenty years ago are as good as new and have never needed repairs. Fireproof Stormproof HandInexpensive. For further detailed information apply to some Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, GET YOUR Fair Lunch - AT 181. - - " C k. if Davidson & Walker. ffe- - Phone c--. When you come to the Fair call Ball & Everything good and fresh at Baier-lein- 's Holtzclaw for all kinds fresh Mr. and Mrs. Jess Alverson of Frank- fruits Hon. W. J. Price of Danville was a ford. Mr. and Mis. R. E. Fleming of i for the fair. and candie3. recent visitor to his old home. Louisville, will be the guests of Sena csu Farm for sale or will exchange for Miss Helen Thurman of Horse Cave tor and Mrs. R. L. Hubble for the city property. J. E. Nevius. For Sale. Lancaster fair. Hon. W. J. Price of Danville was a is the guest of Mrs. U. D. Simpson. Good new buckboard only been used When in town call on Turner & Carvisitor among us last Saturday. Mrs. C. C. Brown entertained the Mrs. William Berry of Lexington is about a dozen times. Will sell cheap. Woman's Club and the Chautaqua penter for fresh groceries. Kendrick Alcorn of Stanford was with her sister Airs. Henry Simpson. Apply at this office. Club last Saturday with a porch party When you come to the fair bring J. here last week on legal business. Mrs. Lizzie Denny is at Paint Lick in honor of Mrs. H. R. Whiteside of N. Ross your produce. Wanted. Miss Cora Budwetsky, of Cincinnati visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wade A alker. Louisville and Miss Abby R. Taylor of is visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. Mr. Alex Long of Decatur Illinois is Washington. Fresh bread received daily for the fair The address of Albert Lindbery and here visiting his uncle Mr. Alex West. Ida C. his "wife of County of Garrard, M. Arnold gave an elegant Ball & Hollzclaw. Mrs. T. Jack Best of Nashville is visiting his State of Kentuckey 18S9." Address grand-mothin honor of Dr. and Mrs. Jonas Mrs. Mary Ann Best. We pay cash or trade for produce. L. Mrs. Bowling of London is here visit- dinner B. Halleran, 63 B'way, Flushing? Burnette, Mr3. Call 213. ing her daughter Mrs. W. S. Carrier. Gilbert, Dr. William Turner & Carpenter. Miss Margaret Crook of Richmond, N. Y. 2t Buri.ett and Cassie May and Mrs. B. was the guest of Mrs. W. A. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner aud daug-ar- e F. King of Boyle were all seated at Hubigs fresh pies received every Farm For Sale. visiting in Nicholasville and Lex- this hospitable board. week at Ball & Holtzclaw. Mesdames J. A. Amon and Henly V. ington. We will sell privately 500 acres of Bastin were visitors in Danville ThursMrs. C. C. Brown was "At Home" Call 210 for good things to eat dur the best blue grass land in Garrard day. Miss Ruth Waller of Louisville is en- Saturday afternoon to the members of ing the fail-- . Charley Baierlein j county belonging to the estate of Wm. Miss Elizabeth Adams of Mt Vernon joying a stay with Mrs. John Brown at the Woman's Club to meet her honored Everything good to eat for the fair A. Burton, deceased. Farm will eith Louisguest Mrs. R. H. Whiteside of is the guest of her cousin Miss Callie Buckeye. er be sold to one purchaser or we will ville. A most appetising course lunch- at J. N. Ross. Adams. Misses Estella, Mary, Jane and Mat-ti- e eon was served. Good rooms and meals during the divide it to suit the purchaser in farms Walker are at Lake Chatauqua for Miss Abbie Taylor of Washington D. Mrs. J. W. Elmore entertained the fair at Baierlein's also lunch. Give of from 25 to 500 acres. 400 acres of C. is the guestrof Rev. and Mrs. C. C. an outing. this land will raise tobacco and all of it Woman's Club Tuesday afternoon the him a call. is good land. Brown. Miss Bettie West is at home after a honor guest being Mrs. R. H. WhiteIt has five houses and six good tobacDon't forget the fair and the new Mrs. Sallie Rayburn of Richmond visit to her sister Mrs. George Robin- side of Louisville. The pretty home . co barns on Well watered and fence Turner & Carpenter, been with her daughter Mrs. Parker son of Danville. was made more attractive by decora- grocer-in good condition. For further inforGregory. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Rucker of Rich- tions and a most inviting menu was Phone 213. mation, call or address, Mrs. Ed Price was with her sister mond have been recent guests of the served the guests. R. L. or W. B. Burton. Gentlemen! I will be in front of McMrs. George Ballou of Richmond for a Misses Shugars. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts entertained Roberts on Sunday so get a good 10c Lancaster, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Howard and Miss Thursday at a course dinner in honor shine. Clell Dunn. short stay. It Notice. of Mrs. R. H. Whiteside. Mrs. Brown's Miss Annie Steel Cook of Lexington Fannie Carpenter were visitors in I will shine your shoes at Henry Louisville guest; and Friday afternoon Snnday. is with Miss Mayme and Ethel Walters Just received a nice assortment of George D. Robinson invited the Duncan's barber shop during the fair for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of Mrs. Drummer Samples to retail at wholemembers of the Woman's Club to meet for 10c. See me. Clell Dunn It sale prices. Mrs. L. B. Adams of Mt Vernon is Nicholasville are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Whiteside. The repast served Shoes and Hats at reduced prices. I have a fresh lot of pies, cakes canhere for a stay with her sister Mrs. Mrs. Alex West. was quite refreshing. dies and fruit for the fair, come and Bargains on my 10c tables. Best fancy Jack Adams. Mrs. Emma Kauffman left Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. James McKechnie of eat-upatent flour 65c, 70c and 75c. Meat 10c, Green-lea- f up. Chas. Baierlein. Miss Mary Gaines of Stanford has for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John the Hubble section, arived home last 12c and 14c per pound. Lard compound of Richmond. been the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fresh cakes, candies, pickles, P nut 10c, Pheasant pure lard lie, granulated week from a sojourn of several weeks Ed C. Gaines. Misses Jennie Higgins and Eliza in Scotland and England. Mr. Mc- butter and everything for your fair sugar 17 lbs for one dollar; arbuckle Smith left this week for an outing to Kechnie was ill during his absence and dinner at Wards grocery. It coffee 21c, green coffee 18c, soap 3 Mrs. Jesse Arnold has returned to was thereby much inconvenience in his Frankfort after a visit to'her mother Bay View Michigan. cakes for a dime, soda 3 pkgs 10c, Wanted a cook for a small family at Mrs. Ella Bettis. Miss Abby Taylor of Washington travels. Mr. and Mrs. McKechnie visitbest coal oil 10c per gallon, "Atlas" ed relatives in Glasgow, Edinburg and Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Bright Herron. Mason Jars, qts. 60c, 2 qts. 80c. Dr. M. K. Denny, James Smith and spent a few days last week with her other points. He was born in Glasgow. Phone 308 G. Terms cash at the store. Produce Horace Walker are at the Crab Orchard sister Mrs. C. C. Brown. Have a Spirella Corset selected for taken at cash value. Mr. and Mrs. John Mount, of LanSprings for a rest. Mrs. Earnest Sprague of Louisville you and perfectly fitted by a compeS. N. Davis at Powell Stand. will arrive this week for a visit to her caster, spent Saturday and Sunday Dr. and Mrs. John Batson of Marwith Mr. and Mrs. W. Logan Wood. tent Corsetiere. ietta Oklahoma are guests of Mr. and friend Mrs. W. R. Cook. Miss Rella Arnold. Agt Automobile Tires. ....Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rice have 2t Mrs. R. H. Batson. Mrs. M. E. Wilson and children of gone to Lancaster for a visit before Fine new independent make tires and For Sale. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rice of Rich- Lulu Miss, are here for a visit to her returning to their home in Richmond, tubes at most reasonable prices. sister Mrs. W. H. Ward. and Mollie Mc- Miss Lula mond, Indiana are with Mrs. H. A. B. Indiana Upright piano, in good condition, 2Sx3i-14.0- 0 Marksbury for a visit. Miss Leah Asbill of Richmond is the Whorter, and brother, Harry, of Paint price 95.00. Apply at this ofllce. 32x3 17.20, visiting their sister, Mrs. O. Messrs R. W. McRoberts and J. E. guest of Miss Maud Wilson, who is Lick, are 0, For Sale Messenger. H. Hendren. Storms attended the druggist meeting visiting her sisters here. 34x4i-30.2Stock of goods. Selling on account in Lexington last week. Mr. N. Merkel of Cincinnati is ex Escapes With His Life. of bad health. T. M. Howard. 2tpd. to Tubes about 30 percent lower than Mr. and Mrs. John M. Farra are en- pected to arrive shortly for a visit his friend Mr. R. Zimmer. years ago I faced an standard list prices. Terms C. O. D. "Twenty-on- e joying a stay at both the Dripping and Water Rent Due. if 20 percent of amount accompanied Crab Orchard Springs. H. M. Dudley of Panama has joined awful death," writes, H. B. Martin, The city has gone to a big expense order. 10 percent allowed if cash acPort Harrelson, S. C. "Doctor said I Mr. George M. Patterson spent Sun- his wife and children here for a visit had consumption and the dreadful cough in repairing the Water Works and need companies order. Money refunded if day with his wife and daughter at the with Mr. and Mrs. James Hill. had looked like it, sure enough. I money so all those who owe rent goods are not satisfactory. The Gey-Mrs. J. D. Gulley held the fortunate I Crab Orchard Sanitorum. Sales Co., Bimm Bldg., Dayton, tried everything, I could hear of, for please pay me at once. L. E. Heron, Supt Ohio. Mrs. Louis Landram of Danville ticket at R. S. Brown's store that won my- - cough, and was under the treatcame over for a visit to her mother the handsome ten dollar trunk. ment of the best doctor in Georgetown, C. C. Brown, Mrs. Brown and S. C. for a year, but could get no re Rev. Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury. children and Mrs. Mary Taylor leave lief. A friend advised me to try Dr. Miss Mattie Adams was one of the v 3t&X& Discovery. I did so, and guests at a party given by Miss Chas- - shortly for a stay with relatives in Kintr's New North Carolina. was completely cured. I feel that I tine Rucker of Paint Lick. great throat ana Miss Elma Singleton is recuperating owe my life to this Miss Lucile Cooper of Stanford has lung cure." Its positively guaranteed upon her been the recent guest of Mesdames J. after a successful operation bronchial ai- throat which was performed at the for coughs, colds, and all B. Kinnaird and W. R. Cook. fections. 50c & $1.00 Trial bottle free Lancaster Hospital. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Mr. Thurston West of Washington D. Miss Eunice Prather'a valued mem-de- r C. is here for a ten days visit to his ofthe Record's staff of compositors "The Flowers of Yeddo." uncle, Postmaster W. T. West has returned from an extended visit to Japan has, owing to its wooden Mrs. Ed England and children of At- relatives in Bloomington 111. 'louses, many Arcs, but it is odd .that lanta are visiting Mrs. Englands par'it should be proud of them. But, acMisses Nancy Walker, Edna and cording to Mr. Inouye, "In old Yeddo ALL ents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. Martha Kavanaugh and Miss Lettie fires were known as the 'flowers of Misses John Eva Hilton of Stanford, May McRoberts are enjoying an outYeddo,' being as much among the and Francis Forbes of Mt. Vernon have ing at Crab Orchard Springs. great sights of the city as the cherry been visiting Mrs. R. H. Batson. Misses Nannie Goodloe and niece blossoms on the southeast bank of the T. K. Watson and Miss Bettie Wal- Miss Nancy Goodloe of Springfield," river Surnida, the morning glories of ker Burnside were at the Crab Orchard haye been visiting Mrs. W. A. Arnold Irlya or the chrysanthemums of Springs the past week for a short stay. and other Lancaster relatives. Mr. ane Mrs. J. D. Gully and Miss Miss Bessie Singleton has returned Call On The Following MerScotta Petty were guests at the home from a visit to Richmond. While there of Mrs. H. M. Ballou in Stanford Fri- she went on an excursion to Frankday. fort with the Christian Sunday School. J. E. Stormes, Druggist. R. S. Brown, General Merchandise. Miss Annie Royston of Chicago is Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta here to spend the vacation with her are here for a visit having been called Ball & Holtzclaw, Grocers. Davidson & Walker, Grocers. parents Mr. and Mrs. James A. Roys-to- n. to Lancaster by the illness of Mrs. "T. CURREY, Grocery. SS z4 Elkin's brother, Mr. John M. Duncan. T Location of Grounds. J: N. Ross, Grocery. Mr. and Mrs. Harve McRoberts of Mr. an3 Mrs. T. J. Price, Mr. and Turner & Carpenter, Grocery. Stanford 'and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mc- Mrs. George D. Rqbinson and Mr. and D. T. Brummett, Grocery. Roberts motored to Lexington last Mrs. W. R. Cook are at the Crab And try a 10 cts cake of CREME tion in Columbus Ohio. ! cuperating by a stay at the famous old Crab Orchard Springs. 1 Mrs Baierlein is reported some better this week. Henry C. Simpson is enjoying a vaca- Nicholasville, motored to Lancaster is their handsome car and were guests of I YOU'LL Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denman Alex West's. Dr. N. Mays of Paint Lick town Wednesdoy. j at Mr. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J filly For Sale-- A gentle pony mare and colt Jas. Hatcher. Phone235 B. on 213 2t Ci'l 7--1 was in Get fruit jars at Wards. It for fancy groceries. Turner & Carpenter. I I er I it Crad-orcha- rd m 28x3-11.3- 0, 0, 30x3-12.3- 5, 30x3-16.0- 34x3-17,7- 5, 35x1-20,6- 5, 33x4-23.5- 0, 31x4-21.534x4-25.9- 0, 32x4-22.7- 0, 36x4-27.5- 0, 0, 36x4J-31.6- 0, 36x5-35.1- 0. er 1-- m COMING MONDAY NIGHT 8 The Oemorest Comedy Co next week, under canvas. Dan-gozaka- ." chants. St. Elmo. -20. --. if I BIG VAUDEVILLE Features 20--PEOPLE- week. : Orchard Springs for a recuperative SOAP Its more than soap made purely Mrs. Hugh Hemphill of Nicholasville stay. of vegetable substances. A skin food and niece Miss Rella Arnold are re Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight of and complection beautifier. BASE BALL GROUNDS UiT s? ' IN FOR THE. F CT SL "ST 26-fcJQL-28-tJlaLp s Inclusive. EVERY DAY Free 9 PLENTY n. 3l a. OF Attraction! I, ft , This is the Seventh Annual Fair and the Premiums are larger than ever. h pJ .... SaK && d sire llwwll PEETTY aiULS. 1 Have your friends to visit you during the Fair. A big Dance two nights during the Fair. . . kill f la 19a OllNFP Fried Chicken, Old Ham, Corn on the Cob. Fried Chicken, Old Ham, Corn on the Cob. b Wh XSRk. Q jtfidWI MfgM yv TI WRITE AT ONCE FOR CATALOGUE, OCO0H5OOC-OOC-0O(CMI-OC- J. L. GILL, Secretary. v$$oo$$joocoooeo$j Produces I FJU &o&oo6oeo &w over for a shed. A queen bee is like a hen, she will lay more eggs her first laying year than any other, and it is the vigorous queen that produces abundance of bees when we need them. Upon vigiliance in keeping the roots nests and runs sanitary will largely depend your success in raising the little chicks you have recently hatched. Keep the premises sanitary. FARMER'S COLUMN L. ctnci below till lif.HiiiiN J for tlie use of our farmer :il4rriln-r- . mid is for the -- .lie of -- lock. ;,r.iiii ami Mich things on farm ns the Isrtni-- r cannot alToril to titficr-tiee- . N'o notice uill ho ni'cpiitort owr four Hms. mill vi!l lie only tti issues of the KKCOl'.li. free of clnuge Teater a calf for $15. Feeding fowls is very important. No one would be willing to follow the "hit J. N. Ross sold to Logan Hubble one or miss"plan in feeding livestock nor should fowls be treated in this way. suckling mule for $125. Feed your birds intelligently. Chas. Graves, of Paint Lick, has a Hog cholera has broke out in Boyle nice short horn bull for sale. county, Ky., and many porkers have Fort Sale One good yearling Bull. died. Prof. Charles Guerrand, of the J. H. Thompson. Preachersville, Ky. Kentucky Experiment Station, is on Messrs J. E. Sherrow and L. E. Speaks delivered to Mr. Joe Pope a the ground vaccinating the live ones in bunch of Fort Sale Sow and nine pigs. cattle at 3J and 4c per lb. J. H. Tompson, Preachersville, Ky. the affected communities. John L. Francis soitl a three year That the horse breeding industry Look out for ticks, your sheep canold saddle horse to C. F. Davis, county not fatten if they are troubled with will be greatly benefited and stimuWhitley counlated by free trade with Canada is school Superintendent of these pests. ty, for $2C0. clearly shown by the fact that the Mr. II. R. Montgomery had a fine value of horses sold by breeders and Rev. C. C. Brown sold a registered work mule to slip into a hollow last dealers in the State to the Canadians cow and two calves to J. H. Otter of Thursday and die. reached the magnificent total of Danville for $125.00 and the value of those imported Pigs that are apt to have "differfrom Canada was $2,540,201. With ences of opinion" should be separated. free trade relations between the two Fighting takes off flesh. countries, the increase in the volume Stagnant water should never be al- of business cannot be estimated. lowed to remain where sheep can get The State census bulletin of Illinois at it It conveys parasites. for 1910 shows that the value of horses Lost Hound: Yellow spot, name on ' and colts was $163,000,000, while the $k headache, biliousness, incollar; J. M. B. Reward ir returned to report for 190D was but $C9,600,000, digestion, rheumatism, J. M. Broaddus, Phone 395-showing a gain in a single year of pimples, blotches, yellow Ten years ago the value of complexion, etc., are all Breeding ewes should not be too fat; in the state greatly exceeded signs of poisons in your see to it that they are in a strong, the cattle the amount invested in horses; but tohealthy and vigorous condition. These poisons blood. day the situation is amazingly should be driven out, or For Sale ninety good young Ewes regardless of the fact that the raising and eight good Bncks. J. F. Thomp- of cattle should have been extremely serious illness may result son R.F.D.No-Stansord Ky. Phone profitable by reason of the hight price To get rid o them, use of beef. 382 S. $M,-172,075 $93,-400,0- Mr. V. Ii. Grow sold to Mr. Lem trotters unil pacers by v;eight instead of time records or distance is to be given a pretty thoiough try-oat the Grand Rapids meeting July 25 to 2S, and will no doubt attract a greac deal of attention. This plan was experimented with by Horace Wilson, Secictaty of the Lexington Association, some years ago, who pretty thoroughly demonstrated that it was practicable, but for one reason and another the idea was never extensively ti ied at a big meeting. At the Grand Rapids meeting it will be tried in a sweepstakes race for trotters eligible to the 2:10 class, or better, and for the pacers with records of 2:08 or under. An owner may start as many horses as he chooses. The entrance fee is $50, with $500 added by the association. ut AEROPLANE FLIGHTS BY W IE! AT LEXINGTON CARD eoa "1 1 a ftt w w kT - 4 ogooooooo "J I nnnv w 2 DENTIST Ofilce over Mi-is Flights Will Begin on Tuesday and Several Will be Made by J. A. D. McCurdy Each Day Over Lexington forget your old reliable Barber for a Fair Hair Cut and Shave. We are always on hand waiting for you. Razors don't pull and Shears don't bite. ..DON'T.. HENRY DUNCAN'S Arnold- - Millinery. EGA H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. Dentist. -- V' a t. iJii. Baki:i:u Snorox RichmondStuket. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Jersey Bull Heniy Simpson 8842 Kr! Season DE.lYm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Ofliice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office IMione C. igu. J. W. fl. SWEENEY. T1NSLEY, County Surveyor, 0. ltnrt s furniture store. I Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two White Barbers In Town. ' Office over F. Aeroplane Flight of J. Lancaster, A. D. McCurdy Over Colorado. the Rocky Mountains in J Kentucky See the tall sign, North side of Public Square. . 4OOO9O0OO9O?OOOOOOOO9OOO0COC 4 D. F. Rankins bought of some parA good market for the American ties in Wayne County GO head of cat- trotter is rapidly growing in Australia. tle weighing from 800 to 1.000 pounds Many new breeding establishments are cts. at being started every year and a growing demand for American trotting Poultry house manure is a wonderful stallions and mares of good breeding is thing for the garden, but it should not apparent. The light harness horse be applied in the hill, or it will burn races in that county are gaining in the roots of the plants. popularity. At a recent public sale Do not keep more roosters than are held at Melbourne, where several trotneeded to insure fertile eggs. Dispose ters and pacers were sold, thirty-on- e of the surplus cockerels and save the American bred horses were snapped up at long prices. feed that they consume. 4-- Tl J mm ftOU IU& W E5" 9. Pi liii B the old, reliable, purely vegeiauie, liver iiieuiuuc Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thed-for- d't Black-Draug- ht, .J The terrible drought that has prevaiThe average weight of wool per led in the Northwest for some time fleece this year is G.8 pounds, compared with G.7 pounds last year, and 6.5 has been considerable of a handicap to pounds the average of the past ten the trotting meetings in that section of the country. The dust on the counyears. try roads is said to be many inches Two hundred and sixty-thre- e horses deep and driving over them in the ".were burned to death in a fire which broiling sun occasions so much discomdestroyed the stables of the Dixon fort to men and horses that farmers Transfer Companp in Chicago last Sun- prefer to remain at home rather than day mornjug. attempt Even with such a severe handicap, however, all the meetings Afew trees in the pasture add great- held to date have bean well attended ly to. thejeomf or t of the sheep, these ' and successful. days. If you can't have them, set up 7.a jewpost and cover a bit of ground The experiment of handicapping t -- now and feel better than when was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. I I Insist on Thedford's it Cures Ccldsi PravMt Pnounaala Outstanding in importance among the amusement features arranged for 'the big Blue Grass fair, which, will be held at Lexington the week of August 7th to 12th, are the daily aeroplane flights to be given by the world famous aviator, Mr. J. A. D. McCuidy. No other modern science is the subject of so much interest y as the effort to perfect aerial navigation. Among those engaged in this work, Mr. McCurdy holds a foremost place. The feats which ho has already accomplished have given him a reputation that is not confined to the American continent, but extends throughout the world. A nephew of Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the Bell Telephone, Mr. McCurdy has been placed all his life in the closest touch with foremost scientific investigation, maand his work with lieavier-than-al- r chines has done much for the development of the science of navigation. Perhaps best known among his accomplishments along this line is the flight made last winter from Tampa to Havana. It was the longest water Hight in the history of aviation and proved the absolute iacticability of the aeroplane. In addition Mr. McCurdy was the first man to send a wireless message from an aeroplane, and he has made numerous other experiments and flights that have not only been spectacular, but have been of large service in the advancement of the science to which he has devoted his life. Formerly connected with the Glenn II. Curtiss Co., Mr. McCurdy has now a powerful organization of his own and is building his own machine. He is using the world famous Gnome motor, which holds all records in aviatfon for distance, duration, speed and altitude. The speed of the new McCurdy machine, which will he shown to the American, people for the first time at the Blue Grass fair, Is equal to that- - of to-da- beyond-peradvent- ure any of the foreign monoplanes. With it McCurdy can easily attain seventy-liv- e miles an hour. With such a machine he will give demonstrations at the Blue Grass fair that will be not only thrilling to the spectator, but of very great educational value as well. Beginning Tuesday, August Sth, the second day of the fair, Mr. McCurdy will make several flights each day. He will attain an altitude of more than a mile and will remain in the air from thirty to foity minutes. On August Sth he will also make a flight from the grounds of the Blue Grass Fair association in Lexington to Winchester, the county seat of Clark county, eighteen miles distant. There he will alight for a few minutes to carry a communication from the officials of the Blue Grass fair to the mayor of Winchester, and, when an answer is received, will come immediately back to the Blue Grass fair grounds. The round try, including the stop at Winchester, will be made in less than an hour and a half. This trip will not only prove the speed of the McCurdy machine, but it will also show the practical uses to which modern air craft of the best type can be put. The management of the Blue Grass fair anticipates that these aeroplane flights alone will be considered by tha people of Central Kentucky well worth the price of admission and will draw to the grounds crowds. The flights will be arranged at such hours throughout the day that they can be witnessed by all. Those who come from a distance and are compelled to take early afternoon trains will have the opportunity to see these flights before being compelled to leave. The fastest and most powerful of all American aeroplanes directed by the most skillful of American aviators is the attraction that will be oifered during the week of the Blue Grass fair, August 7th to 12th. record-breaking - M urn riewers of QUALITY. n m HOUSE. ATTORNEY. t ware ivicttooerts. T J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY Will Henry L.Gasey,D.v.s. VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islumls. United Statu Army Practice in all State Courts aud U. S. District Court. Phone 194 Oftice over Police Court. Office Telephone at Logan's Stable. and 432. Lancaster Dry Cleaning-Co DANVIM.K. KY Oakdale Herd of Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone Public "Square. Second hand clothes sold on commission. igisiered Ourocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. J. F. ROBINSON. Iancaster, Ky. h. ltf. Faulkner, Office jVIgr. Dr. R. L Pontius, - 8.m tn 12. Office, over Ilonrs 1 p.m. to 4. Stormc3 DrngStora, Veterinary Surgeon 13. and Dentist. Ollllce F. "WJLTER. DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. at Sweeney's Livery Stable. --- Phone 65. Lancaster, Kentucky. I have just opened up a new, clean Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have ray. friends to call and see me. Clean E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted, Satlstactlon Guaranteed. s " Tools, Sharp Razors. Close Attention' I JOHN DUNCAN. v? - J?"vSi V-