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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 4, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911080401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 4, 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. 4 a U J t- - THE CENTRAL BECQR PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. ". TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911. Resting From His Labors. ffi&&3F Judge McDowell Gov. Willson h'-i- s HEATING AND : Lennie Miller the efficient foreman in the Record office is taking a well earned rest. He and . his estimable wife left Sunday for a ten days visit to Mrs. Miller's parents in Richmond. Taylor Mullins Dead. reappointed Judge R. McDowell of Danville as a member of the State board of Election Commissioners. Judge McDowell has for several years held fhis position and hid reappointment will meet with approval upon all sides. Chas. The new baptist church at Kirks-villMadison County will be August 20th. Services being held hv Ttov V TV PnwiOl of T.onisvillo "J and Dr. Marshall of Richmond, basket e, " J dinner on grounds for every-bod- y. PLUMBING. i We use the pest material the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. Taylor Mullins a well known Painfully Injured. of Bryantsyille dropped dead of Mr. John Mount was so unfortunate heart disease at Jus home on last Saturday. He had not previously been in as to lose his bala- ice and fell from the bad health and had been at wtrk the porch in the rear of his store Tuesday, severely sprainingliis shoulder arm and day before. bruising himself up considerably. We rur Assessor. are glad to say however he sustained i j The announcement, of Mr. W. Les no serious injury. lie Huffman for assessor of Garrard Danville Fair. county, appears in this issue. He is a The Danville fair this week, Wednes-- , popular man and always voted the Democratic ticket, besides having day, Thursday, and Friday, is attractmany relations who have always been ing large crowds, .and Garrard county true to the party. His friends say is being well represented. The show that he has claims on the party, and of stock is splendid; and the well known that there are several reasons why he hospitality of Boyle county pjople makes' every one who once visits this will have a strong following. fair want to go the next time it is held. - Alberts. White Killed. Albert S. White a prominent colored politician and educator of Louisville and well known here was killed by a colored tenant named Louis Evans. The killing occured in a moving picture show and was the result of a quarrel over the removal of some personal property from the building which White had leased to Evans. Accepts Position In Danville. IPr Plumbing Equipment li.lm-w.-j Tfa5g5Sii5ji For Every Requirement. Is your present plumbing equipment exactly suited to the needs of your household, and is it as sanitary and efficient as it should be? If not, it would be to your proSt to have us install ctt!dant' guaranteed fixtures. This line of sanitary ware is made in such a wide range of sizes and designs that we can supply fixtures to suit tastes. Cutting In The Country. Mote Kavanaugh, colored, residing in Adamstown on the Buckeye pike was severely cut in the abdomen, receiving a gash 12 inches in length and which almost disemboweled him, last Saturday night. He claims that the cutting was done at his home by Dave Denny, who broke down his door to get to him. Dave surrendered to the officers and is in jail. He will have an A Just Award. Mr. Newell Fox eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fox of this county, who has just returned from a sojourn of several years in Oklahoma, has accepted the position of Manager of B. G. Fox's big livery and sale stable in Danville. Newell is a competent and deserving young man and will surely prove to be the right man in the right place in his new position. Kindly Words Fcr A Good Man the most exacting, Would you like to :vv Tv r-L- -i plumbing to know in have cruaranteed zrzt'ri&3S i 1 " i 1 (,ll IV, -- Ate.l-t- l J ! ! One of the tied "blues" at the Lancaster fair was the one most-jsstl- auvance tnat your plumbing would be dependable? Let us give you an estimate on installing "$ntidavA" awarded little Miss Carrie Bell Romans in one of the pony rings on the first day. The handsomely decorated little cart and cute little pony, not much larger than a lap dog, and the winsome little owner who rode in the turnout, caught every eye. and the judge examining trial Saturday before Judge must have been hard hearted indeed Ford. who would fail to give her the best ribbon at his disposal in that ring. Loses Fine Mare. Last week's edition of the Jessamine county News contained an extensive write up of Dr. George M. Ilendren, one of Garrard's physicians. The article was biographical in character and of a very complimentary character, all of which we heartily endorse and know to be true. Dr. Hendren enjoys a lucrative practice in the Buckeye neighborhood and is a splendid physician and educated and refined gentleman. . 3 If flrssis' iJ.T!r tyv rt ! z ware. HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE. Mr. James G. Burnside was so unfortunate as to lose a fine show mare on the grounds during the Lancaster fair. The animal was in charge of one of the horsemen and was hitched in the shade awaiting her turn to be shown in the ring, when she reared and fell, injuring herself so severely that it became necessary to kill her to end her misery. She was a three year old and a splendid prospect for which Mi-- . Burnside had refused 3300. False Rumors In Circulation. Some person who was badly misinformed spread the rumor Monday in adjoining counties that there were several men killed here last week, and we were importuned by newspaper men for information and details over the telephone. With the exception of a cutting scrape on Buckeye pike Sat- Mr. Morris Long Dead. Mr. Morris Long died at his apartment in the Kentucky School for the Deaf building in Danville Thursday morning. Mr. Long had not been in robust health for some time, rnd about a week ago he suffered a stroke of paralysis from which he never recovered. Mr. Long went from this county to Danville many yoars ago where he had been connected with the School Burned To Death. for the Deaf as a member of the Give Fine ty. Mr. Long has many relatives in Garrard county. Performances. The Demorest Comedy Company who were at the Ball Park during the fair week, presented some of the highest class performances seen in Lancaster, and their tent was full to overflowing every night. The company was composed of splendid talei't and every performance witnessed 4c flighted audi-, ences. The specialties of Robert Demorest were especially interesting, his songs and dances being very catchy and drawing for him repeated encores. They have announced a return engagement here within the next sixty -- facul- CONN BROTHERS I Mrs. Calvin Blakeman aged forty eight years, wife of a well known farmer and former proprietor of the Blakeman Flouring Mills, and who now lives in the extreme northern end of the county near the Jessamine county line, was burned to death Saturday night at her home. Mrs. Blakeman was going into the cellar carrying a lamp when she tripped and fell and the lamp ignited her clothing, her cries attracted her husband and son who were seriously burned in their attempts to extinguish the flames. Mrs. Blakeman was before her marriage a Mis3 Clark, daughter of Mr. Wesley Clark. She is 'survived by her husband and five grown children. Mr. Thomas B. Walker Dead. SSrSSSSSssssi it 1 A litrt fi i mwwwtt :m&vAZv&z fill F? 1 ?? 1 Attdu U&lUu iUW I You know that the best way to he sure of getting good clothes for your money is to go to a place where none but good clothes are sold. Lancaster, Ky. ZeZ&sms urday night between two negroes, there was no trouble here last week. The fair went off very quietly, the crowd was an unusually orderly one and there was no trouble of any description. There was no killing either say. I in town or county we are glad to At his home on Richmond avenue last Suturuaj af tei nnon shortly after four o'clock, Mr. Thomas B. Walker breathed his last. Mr. Walker has been in failing health for nearly two years, during which time he has sought relief at many places but without success. Within the last few months he has grown steadily worse and for several weeks his family and friends have known that his end was but a matter of a short time. For the past few weeks he has been very low and has only lived upon his splendid vitality. Mr. Walker was born in Clay county Ky., near Manchester and has but .recently passed his sixty sixth birthday; he came with his parents to this county when he was about fifteen years of age and resided here since. He was married to Miss Jennie Francis of Madison county Ky., to which union was born two children, one son, Bates, died when he was six years of age, the other John F. Walker lives in Lancaster. Mrs. Jennie Francis Walker died many years ago and was buried beside her son in the Richmond cemetery. Mr. Walker several years ago married Miss Alice Steele of Nicholasville who sur- days. The best way to get more than usual for your money is to go to place .vhere they're offering goods at clearance prices. That's what we're doing here now; we're clearing the decks for the fall campaign; everything in Suits go at a price now. tat -- KHVHBiHHBHIiHHiHHHHBKflBJHHHlHHHmliHIiBHDHBHHiHHHHHIHHHI Sttg livery Barn Changes Hands. Messrs William D. Walker and Horace K. Herndon have purchased the stock and vehicles of Mr. W. A. Arnold and have rented the barn now occupied by tnat gentleman, and will conduct the business at the old stand under the name of Walker & Herndon. The new firm will purchase a complete new and up to date outfit immediately. Mr. Arnold will take a rest, and is undecided as to his future business, however we hope he wHI remain in Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes go; suits that you'll be glad to own, and wear, at much under regular prices. Men's fine all wool suits in Brown. Tan, Gray, also Black and Blue. Regular price $16.50 now S11.9S. One mixed lot of Men's fine all wool suits. Hart SehntFner anil Marx make, in Brown, Tan, Gray and other colors. Regular price 20.00 now $14.9S. One big lot Men's all wool suits in all various colors including BlacKs and Blues of Hart Schaffner and Marx mak-- . Regular price $22.50 now .16.75. Men's suits of very finest quality, II. S. & M. make, in Gray, Brown, Tan, Black and Blue. Regular $25.00 and $27.50 values now $lb.75. YOUR ACCT. Lancaster. The sale of the livery stock was effected through the firm of Hughes & Swinebioad. Mr. James B. Collier For Assessor. IS PAST DUE I Shall Expect a Prompt Set- tlement. ALL ACCOUNTS NOT PAID AT ONCE WILL POSITIVELY BE PLACED FOR COLLECTION. In this issue of the Record will be found the announcement of Mr. James B. Collier for the office of county assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For the Record to attempt to introduce this gentlemen to the people of the county is useless, not a man woman or child in the county but knows "Jfmmie" Collier, He was born and raised here and for many years lived upon his farm, until he entered the hardware store of W . R. Robinson & Bro., where he remained until that firm went out of business, he was then with Haselden Bros, and with the late J. C. Robinson in the furniture business. Of late years he has resided upon his farm in the outskirts of town. He is an upright honest gentleman and an unswerving democrat, and if elected to the office which he seeks, he would make a diligent and competent officer. I fe H. T. LOGAN Lancaster, Kentucky. .S vives him. Thomas B. Walker has been prominently identified with the farming and commercial interests of the county for many years and has a host of friends in this and adjoining counties. He was a man of many sterling qualities, honest and upright in his dealings with all men, a friend true and tried, one who never tired of doing for those who were so fortunate as to be classed amonir his friends, a kind and indul gent husband and father and a progressive and respected citizen. Mr. Walker was of a retiring disposition, he had never sought office of any kind, and many times had refused to allow his name to be used as a candidate, although he might have easily had any office within the gift of the people of the county. Mr. Walker is survived by his aged Surprise Wedding mother, his wife and three sons, John Miss Gertrude Noel, an attractive F., George and Thomas jr., of this daughter of Rev. R. R. Noel, was place, two brothers, Baker Walker of quietly married to Mr. Thomas J. Nicholasville and James Walker of Parks, Sunday afternoon at four Richmond and four sisters, Mrs. D. D. o'clock at the Baptist parsonage, the Geiger of West Virginia, iNJrs. John immediate family being present. The Cotton of Danville and Mrs. B. F. bride was charmingly attired in a navy Hudson and Mrs. W. 0. Rigney of blue suit and never looked prettier as this place. she stood by the man of her choice, After short funeral services at the while Dr. C. V. Cook' performed the home in this place at 9:30 o'clock Monceremony in a very impressive manner. day morning, conducted by Rev. O. P. The bride has been residing in this Bush assisted by Dr. E. H. Pierce and city for several years with her au,nts, Rev. F. M. Tinder, the remainswere Misses Noel, and is much admired. taken to Richmond Ky., where they The groom is a son of a prominent and were placed at rest. substantial family of Boyle county and The Joint Institute for colored teachis a popular clerk in Durham & Cecil's store. The happy couple left immedi- ers will convene in Danville August 21. ately for a trip to several points in the Please make preparations to be presEast. They will make their home in ent during the e.ntire session as1 teachers salary ior mat ween win oniy ue The congratulations and Danville. love of many friends are extended them paid on the certificate of attendance. Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt. in their new life- - Danville Messenger The bride is a sister of Mrs. James Good show at, Opera House Saturday Woods, and has many" other relatives "host- of friends in this county, night. and, ar wTio with the Hecord tender their Recleaned Seed Rye and Seed Wheat good wishes :for future for sale. Hndson & Hnghes. sin-cere- Jas. W. Smith, TVi Un:ipa vf "n oil fir OOOO;XO0 O0OOOK rvyf i In order to cut down my large stock of 1 Bmies, w you can get some low down prices, for a short Ins time. & wapns If st I " hr W. J. Romans, u-- .;wu'im'..i reason that Mr. Shelby Was not recomW. T. mended for reappointment. Fowler, of Western Kentucky, iB said to have been the first name on the first list of those recommended and it is said to have been the first choice of Judge O'Rear for a place on the State The Fair. n iw" t5 ' jt rfHJ QuinP l'tTMi -.U rmn.t . ijfgrn 'he Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. 1.00 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. e Commission." Ky., We do not know just why Mr. Shelby's Entered at tUo l'ot Ollh-- in Mnil Mutter. as name was not submitted to the Governor for reappointment to the position, Member Kentucky Press Association but we do know that if they were seekand ing a good man for the place, one who would give a square deal to everyone, Eighth District Publishers League. and who would have given satisfaction to the great majority of both parties, Lancaster, Ky., August 4, 1911. they need not have ignored the name of John T. Shelby. Seeond-Clnss -- Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices County Offices ... .$ 5.00 10.00 15.00 State and District Offices .10 Calls, per line .10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line Democratic Ticket. For Governor James B. McCreary For Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott For Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. For Auditor Public Accounts Henry M. Bosworth. For Secretary of State lius. C. F. Jrece- - For Attorney General James Garnctt. For State Superintendent of Schools Barksdale Hamlett. Commissioner Agriculture J W. For Newman. For Clerk Court of Appeals R. Greene. For Railroad Commissioner W. The Reciprocity Pact traveled a rngged path and met with strenuous opposition and all kinds of tricks and subterfuges were resorted to to prevent its coming to a final vote in our congress, but after months of buffeting backward and forward, all amendments were voted down and the measure passed as it was originally drafted. The president signed it and it became effective in so far as this country is concerned. However, the same process must be gone through with in Canada and the opposition it is meeting there is if anything more strignent than in this country. The eleventh Parliament of Can ada, before which the measure has been was put out of existence on the 29th ultimo, Premier Sir Wilfred Lauri-e- r, who is leading the fight for the Government, seeing that it wonld be impossible to secure a vote upon the Another Lancaster Fair has passed into history, tlie last one from a point of attendance being the grandest of them all. The weather was ideal, looked as if it was prepared especially, for the occasion, and the people certainly took advantage of it and came in numbers, the second days attendence being perhaps the largest ever seen at a fair Here. llie Lancaster lair this year was conducted by a close corporation of six men;- - W. B. Burton as president and his directors and officers made up L. Gill, of the following gentlemen R. L. Arnold, F. B. Marksbury, Jas. P. Bourne and Joe S. Haselden and that these gentlemen profited from the splendid exhibition which they gave is evidenced by the large attendence. Following is a list of awards. FIRST DAY. Horse mule, under one year First, Hester & Peeples, Stanfort; second, Harris & Woods, Lincoln county. Mare mule, under one year First, Harris & Woods; second, J. D. Deep, J. hand Harris & Woods 1st, Hugh Tarkington 2d J. L. Matsen 3d. MODEL CLASS We Should Be Thankful. WBrnmsfmsimsmsm. (p.aisiaiaiei?aiiiTHg ;ii Si While a good rain would not come amiss with us, yet we are not yet Stallion mare or gelding any age suffering for it in this county. In the shown by hand, Mat Cohen 1st Mack counties of Bourbon and Ciark the Huges 2d. drought is distressing, vegetation is' entirely destroyed and only along the THIRD DAY. banks of running streams is a blade of FINE HARNESS CLASS. grass visible, gardens are burned up Stallion mare or gelding Mrs. Lownand there is not enouirh earden truck des First Carlton Elkin second. for family use, the tobacco crop is CHAMPION CLASS ROADSTERS. almost completely "cut out", and both Stallion mare or geldining any age early and late corn is damaged and unW B. Burton First Abe Coleman second less they have a soaking rain soon will Mat Cohen third Abe Colman fourth. be an entire failure. SADDLE CLASS REGISTERED. YOUR 1 1 US" s m m i g Mare and foal 1911 to be shown by hand, ! limited to Garrard Co. G. B. Robinson First A. B. Wynn second. Foal either sex by Carroll Preston Sidney Dunbar First G. H. Tucker, second. SADDLE CLASS. 1 2-- First Let's Get Down To Business. The primary election is over, the fair is a thing of the past, now let us settle down to busines. The paramout question now with Garrard county people is the proposed electric line. The representatives of the capitalists who will build the proposed extension from Nicholasville some time ago expressed Please call and SE J. 'orMi i3 TTLE Co. 1 i m m CarlStallion yr & under ton Elkin second Mack Hughes. Stallion 2 and under 3 First Les Bradley second Ray & Walker. Hustonville. 3 under 4 First John Stallion Horse mule, one year and under two Smiley second Mat Cohen. First, Harrison & Woods: second, ROADSTER CLASS. Logan Hubble, Lincoln county. Mare or gelding 3 and under 4 First Mare mule, one year and under two Forest Stapp second Abe Coleman. First, Logan Hubble: second, HarSADDLE CLASS. ris & Woods. Gelding 4 years or over First Mat Mule, under one year, either sex-F- irst Cohen second Edgar Doty. and second, Hester & Peeples. combined Class. Mare and mule foal (foal at side) Stallion any age First Mrs. LownFirst, Harris & Woods; second, J. D. Depp. des second Ray & Walkei. - WE NEED THE MONEY. their intention of going over the proposed routes during this month, they are liable to be with us almost any day. Let us all and each of us be ready and willing to point out to them every possible advantage to be derived by the running of this line through this county and to aid the Development Association in every possible way in securing i a i R. Mount, Son thj a rrHlaillrrHlgfrriM I fp WMiJlffgJMrSf mftjim the extension for Garrard county. An Important Election. LfMfJsTgJMulilLirrJsrrlfrtJ. pMlpllMfrilMIrMJrll SADDLE HOUSES. CHAMPION CLASS SADDLE BRED. Mare or gelding, one year and under measure before that Parliament, decidtwo First, Ray & Walker, Lincoln ed to dissolve it and to allow the measure to go before the people at the county: second, Mrs. R. T. Lowndes, coming fall election, which will be held on September 21st This election will be for the purpose of choosing an entirely new membership for the coming Parliament and it is thought that reciprocity will be made the issue of uiu campaign. air winreu iaurn-and his cabinet will take the stump and will conduct a n active campaign throughout the provinces of Canada in the interest of the issue, and there is no doubt but what the campaign will be a vigorous one. The recently dissolved Parliament consisted of 133 liberals, go conservatives and three independents, giving the Government considerable majority in favor of the passage of the pact, could they have been able to get it to a vote, but owing to the filibustering tactics of the opposition, this could not be done, and it was deemed best to dissolve parliament and thereby save the delay. Should the liberal government be returned with anything like a working majority, a vote could then be had on r Foal First either sex shown bv hand Dunbar second Dick Scud-dthird H. Tarkington. 1911 S. er Danville. Mare or gelding, two years and under three First, Matt Cohen, Lexington; second, Bernard Hayes, Nicholas-vill- SADDLE CLASS THREE GAITED HORSES. Mare or gelding any age First Mrs. Lowndes second John Smiley. e. F. Klair. For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. For Representative John M. Farra from Garrard Co. ROADSTER CLASS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 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. Stallion any age First John Smiley Mare or gelding, three years and un der four First, S. L. Burke, Bryants-vill- second Bob Walker. V. M. Hughes, Dansecond, HARNESS CLASS. ville. Mare or gelding 3 yrs and under 4 Boy rider, under twelve years of First Logan Burk Bryantsville second age First, Morgan Baughman, Dan- Abe Coleman. ville; second, Arch Brown, Lancaster. Gelding 4 years and over First Mat e; UNDER. Cohen second Abe Coleman. Mare 4 yrs and over First Bernard Mare or gelding, any age First T. Hays second Carlton Elkin. C. Elkin, Lancaster; second, R. T. Bruce, Stanford. CHAMPION CLASS REGISTERED. Harness stallion, one year and unStallion mare or gelding 1 yr and der two First, T. C. Elkin, Lancas- under First Carlton Elkin second A. ter; second, W. M. Hughes, Danville. B. Wynn third G. B. Robinson. FHEATON PONY. 15 HANDS AND PONIES OTHER THAN SHETLANDS. authorized to James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are announce Mare or gelding, any age First, W. J. Romans, Lancaster; second, Morgan Baughman, Stanford; third, W. S. CHAMPION CLASS FIVE GAITED HORSES. SADDLE Carrier, Lancaster. PONIES SHETLANDS. 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 Fastest pony, any age First, the measnre. On the other hand Hendren, Kirksville; second, Martha ROADSTER CLASS. should the conservative element be Ward Sweeney. Lancaster; third, Dan Mare or gelding any age victorious at the polls, the measure Collier Elkin, Lancaster. would be shelved and its passage renColeman second Mat Cohen. HARNESS HORSES. dered impossible. Mare or gelding, two years and unChurch Stallion, mare or gelding any age-F- irst Mrs. Lwndes second John Smiley third Mack Hughes and fourth J. H. Murphey. Stallion 4 years and over Mrs. Owen Lowndes second Edgar Doty. First Abe Business. democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave C Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic party. 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. We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomination for assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Magistrate. are authorized to announce John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of We. ington Herald attended the Lancaster fair, and as a result of his presence here, appears an extended and inter esting write np of the fair in Monday's edition of the Herald. Mr. Stivers is a newspaper man of ability and dis plays a splendid working knowledge of farming and stock raising. He has charge of the "Blue Grass Farmer" edition of the Herald, and this attractHIGH ACTING HARNESS HORSES. the tree", the center test. Mare or gelding, any age First, ive paper under the skillful direction The Record believes that each church of Air. Stivers is coming to be one of denomination of Christianity comes to Bud James, Harrodsburg; second, M. the leading stock papers of the state. standard in one vital feature, only as S. Cohen, Lexington, it serves good business. It is dishonorROADSTER HORSES. Jesse Alverson Buys Newspaper. ed, devitalized by any thing else. Its Pair, any age. regardless of sex or Hon Jesse M. Alverson has bought officials should give time, energy, judgment, insight and foresight, just as color First, H. J. Coleman, Harrods- and taken charge of the Anderson banker, merchant, farmer. Otherwise burg; second and third, John Smiley, News at Lawrenceburg, Ky. Mr. AlLexington. verson was for years connected with no amount of preach by its'elf can keep SECOND DAY. the Interior Journal, and has been dead branches from multiplying on the Horse mule 2 years and under 3 with papers in both Lexington and tree. On this a practical illustration, two Gentry, Thompson & Co. Lexington, Frankfort; he is an experienced newspaper man, knows every phase of the years ago the Record, printed a church 1st & 2d. Mare mule 2 yrs and under 3 Harris business. Not only is he qualified to membership register for a pastorats in conduct a newspaper, but lie is well this county. If served informational & Woods 1st Gentry T. & Co. 2d. Horse mule any age Gentry T. & Co. and favorably known all over the state for every member, every family. It and with all is a clever gentleman. 1st Hester & Pepples 2d. was business. Mare mules any age Gentry T. & Co. From now on the Anderson News, alThat pastorate in two years, advancready a good paper, may be expected ed 40 per cent in finances, and 45 per 1st Harris & Wood 2d. Stable of mules, four or more Gentry to become one of the best in the state. cent in membership, it is worth think-aboT. & Co. 1st, Harris & Woods 2d. sec-o.id, ut Among all things, coming, going, ROCKAWAY HORSES. The church of the Best Life has come to stay.' Since the day of its Founder Mare or gelding, five years or over sixty generations have come and gone. First, Edgar Doty, Richmond; His way of things, from a territory of Mrs. R. T. Lowndes, Danville. two or three counties wide, in PalesSADDLE HORSE. tine, has become world wid; still Stallion, four years or over -- First, traveling with a vim; its front flag alMrs. R. T. Lowndes, Danville; second, ways the same, "best life for the Smiley, Lexington. world, try it, prove it: "by fruit know John der three First, Sterling Curtis, Stanford; second, T. C. Elkin, Lancaster. Herald Representative Here. Mr. Sherman H. Stivers of the Lex The most important election of the year so far as the mass of the people is concerned, is the election of school trustees Saturday, Aug, 5. The sub- trustees comes in direct contact with the people in the most important public service. Each trustee has in his direct charge the welfare of from forty to one hundred pupils. Their comfort and convenience at school largely depends on him, as the stream cannot rise higher than the source, so the school will not be apt to be better than the trustee who has charge of it. Let the patrons who have the good of the school at heart all get together and select a broad minded, active and incorruptible man for the place, and then make him serve. You will not find him asking for the place. More likely you will find him taking to the woods to avoid serving. He will plead business cares, and many other excesses but no matter, select him and show him it is his duty to serve. Be careful and do not give the office to one who seeks it in order to secure the school for a relative or friend. Another consideration is, the County Board of Education is elected by these from among their number and this board has large discretionary powers and the e xpenditure of thousands of dollars each year. Perhaps just now your most important civic duty is to elect the right kind of for the rural school. The above article from the Jessamine Journal applies to every county in the state and we heartily endorse every word of it. Upon the personnel of the school timstees depend the welfare of the schools, and it behooves the people to look carefully to the character and efficiency of the men whom they elect to this seemingly unimportant, but in fact highly important sffice. level-headed, sub-truste- es sub-trust- One Ounce of Satisfaction I IS WORTH A TON OF TALK. SEE THAT YOU GET Olen Lily Flour, and we Guarantee you that you will be SATISFIED. DEPOSIT YOUR WHEAT WITH US. 3 I lireMiTgi a m k dl nH 1 Go Lancaster, Kentucky. m WMufi WMmfMlMMm Flour, Coal, 0 Mi, Sungles We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, Raymond City Goal, all coal, no clinkers Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. STUDEBAKER WAGONS. GLASS and SAUNDERS CAMP NELSON, KY. A King Who Left Home. t set the world to talking, but Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y. says he always KEEPS AT HOME the King of all Laxatives Dr. King's New Life Pills and that they're a blessing to all his family. Cure constipation, headache, indigestion, dyspopsia, at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Mrs. Mary Xelley Dead. We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean Seed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same day you bring it. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Only 25c lm HARNESS CLASS Miss McElroy Married. Residence Phone Mrs. Mary Kelley, relict of the late Ollice Phone 31. Elijah Kelley, died at her home in this LANCASTER. KY. county near Nina last Wednesday of cancer of the stomach. Mrs. Kelley was seventy two years of age and has been in feeble health for several months. She is the mother of Mrs. John Malloy of Richmond, Mrs. W. OF LANCASTER. Mc Jones of Hedgeville and Mrs. James Comely of this county, Mitchell Kelley of Boyle county and Messrs Thomas, Benjamin, Samuel and John A. R. DENNY, President. Kelley of this county, all of whom surJ. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. vive her. Her remains were placed at rest in the Kelley family burying S. C. DENNY, Cashier. ground on the farm of Mr. B. L. r. R. T. Embry, Kelley in this county on Thursday. J. F. ROBINSON, Ass't Cashier. THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. Surplus 25,000. Book-Keepe- the democratic party. Hon John T. Shelby, than whom there is not a more upright, honest conscientious gentlemau in the state of Kentucky, was not again named by Gov. Wilson as a member of the State Board of Election Commissioners, a position which he has held for several years, during which time there has never been heard a murmur against his se vices from either party. Samuel J. Roberts of Lexington was chosen to succeed Mr. Shelby. A dispatch from Frankfort to the Courier Journal gives as the reason for Gov. Willson's failure to reappoint Mr. Shelby that his name was not upon the list submitted by the Republican State Central Committee. The list contained five names, the first name appearing being that of Mr. David W. Fairliegh, but that gentleman refused to serve, not approving of the remaining four names on the list, so the dispatch goes on to recite, the Governor thereupon requested the Committee to submit a new list. The second list did not contain Mr. Shelby's name, and the Governor then chose Mr. scription. The very first drops STOP that awful burning instantly! The first drops soothe and heal ! D. D. D. gives you comfort cleanses the skin of all impurities and washes away pimples and blotches over night! Get a $1.00 or a 25 cent bottle today. Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son. Typhoid Fever In Danville. Mr. E. A. Tong, of Springfield, and Miss Oliver McElroy, of this city, were Does it seem to you that you can't united in marriage in the parlors of COMBINED CLASS stand another minute of that awful, the Gilcher Hotel at Danville WednesMare or gelding any age (five gaited) burning itch? day morning, Dr. Cecil V. Cook, the Mat Cohen 1st Bernard Hays 2d. That it MUST be cooled? Baptist minister of that city performyou MUST have relief? PLANTATION CLASS That ing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Tong Get a mixture of Oil of Wintergrecn, Mare or gelding any age P. Parish, remained in Danville until yesterday Thymol, and other soothing ingredients Crab Orchard 1st, Mack Hughes 2d. when they went to their future home as compounded only in D. D. D. Prein Springfield. Taylor County EnquirPONIES Is Your Skin on Fire. 4 Mare or gelding lyr and under 2 R. E. Goddard 1st, Ray & Walker 2d. lteport of the Condition OF THE Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For C Rent. J. E. Bunk Of Bryantsville BUSINESS. Robinson, doing Imsliies-- ! at town of Brynntsvillc, County of Garrnrd, State of Kentucky, AT THE CLOSE OF ItUSIXESS OX THE Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. Stormes, S. C Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. HwaHXKvaHHMVMNaHBnaKsacMMaMMKMiaMMBHaHHaaHBKaaaiM!4aMHaMMaMMaMB"fc i8th day of July 191I. KESOUKCES. 1. Loans and 2. U. rf and 3. 1. Best foal 1911 by Major C. Annie Bell Burnside 1st John McRoberts 2d. Stallion, mare or gelding any age, Shetland under 46 inches, Glass Carrier 1st, Irvine Fox 3d, Dan Elkin 2d. Best decorated turnout driven by boy or girl Irvine Fox 1st, Geo Curtis 2d. Mare or gelding any age J. C. Ballard & Bro Danville 1st, Glass Carrier 2d. HARNESS CLASS er. We published an account of this wedding some weeks since which was a little premature, but which was prompted by a letter from the bride, who was formerly an employe in this office, to our Mr. Miller giving the date upon whiclTthe wedding would occur. In the meantime a postponement was made of which we were not advised. 5. Discounts othur Jiouds, Stocks and Sccuritie". Due from Hanks Actual Cash on hand Checks, cnuh items and exchange for clearing , $ S6J73 5S HELLO! IS THAT K", 1,013 91 (5. overdrafts-Secured- ; secured, 7. Current expenses and taxes paid 8. Keal Estate. .2.MI.23: Furniture and Fixtnres, $1.7a;.l:t; lot.U.. 0. Ot ler Asse:s not included under any of the above heads $ll-.:is- fll!.9-- ; Un- Kii 33 til 83 4,211 OS Beazley Phone or call on us C& Haselden? IN- Do you write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? 49,501 VI $1 3.0C0 00 YES. Danville papers are constantly reporting new cases of typhoid fever in that community and the physicians at tribute it in part to infected cisterns. There is not a case of typhoid in or about Lancaster, and it is sincerely to be hoped that none will occur. It can only be avoided by constant vigilance Roberts. and care, and our efforts along that The following words contained in the line should be redoubled because of dispatch probably explains just why the close proximity of the disease; Mr. Shelby's name was not submitted:- - every care should be exercised as to Much comment is heard here regard- our food and drink, and if there be the ing the selection of the names on the slightest doubt as to the purity of lists recommended by the state Com- your supply of drinking water, either mittee, and the question is being asked abandon that particular water altohere why Mr. Shelby's name was not gether or boil it before drinking it. on the list. It is said that Judge O'Rear Keep your premises well screened and preferred having somebody else on the keep out he flies as completely as may commission, and that really was the jbe possible. In The Open Market. Stallion 2 yrs and under 3 Mack Hughes 1st and 2d. A recent press dispatch from FrankStallion 3 and under 4 John Smiley fort, says: "The American Tobacco 1st, Mat Cohen 2d. Company will buy no more tobacco in the field or in the country warehouse. SADDLE CLASS The tobacco must be brought to the Mare 4 years or over Mrs. Lowndes market, and most of it will be sold in 1st, Bernard Hays 2d. houses. This informathe loose-lea- f RUNABOUT CLASS tion was given out here Thursday by Mare or gelding any age I. C. James M. H. Froman, of Ghent, who is here 1st, Mat Cohen 2d. attending a meeting of the State Board ROADSTER CLASS. of Immigration, Forestry and AgriculStallion, mare or gelding 2 and under ture, of which he is a member. Mr. 3 Hugh Tarkington 1st, S. T. Curtis 2d Froman said that before leaving his home he had seen a letter to the agent FANCY DRIVING CLASS. Mare or gelding any age John Smiley of the American Tobacco Company in Ghent; notifying him that in the future 1st, Mat Cohen 2d. the purchases of the American Tobacco CHAMPION CLASS (HARNESS BRED) Comnanv would be made in the ware Foal of 1911 either sex showed by I houses and in. the open market, 10. 11. 12. 13. 11. 15. 10. G. A.piorgan. Total 18G SUisses Moss & Lay State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss I, J. C. Williams, Cashier of the above 365 Dr. R. L. Pontius named Bank do solemnly swear that the above 383-James Rankin statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. C. Wii.iams. Cashier. 384-T. C Rankin Subscribed aud sworn to efore me by J. C. 213 Turner & Carpenter Williams this 27th day of Jnly, 1911. My Commission expires Feb. 20th, 1912. 381 Miss Margaret Zanone M. P. Newman, Notary Public. Paste J. II. Boner. C. C. Becker, B. P. Swope, Directors- $ 48,501 52 374-- S U A Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid iu, in cash .. Surplus. $l.:;i)O.0O; Undivided prolits.lisi.lO; Total (Deposits on which interest is paid. $1,100.10) (Deposit's on uhich interest is not paid. $23,014.42) Total Deposits Cashier's checks, outstanding, ; Certified checks. $ $ Total Due to Banks Notes and Bills redfscounted, $....;BIlls payable, $3,500.00; Total Other liabilities not included uuder any of the above heads. at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. I 1,587 10 Telephones 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop. 1G5 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan 363-- S 2!,411 42 May 1st, 191 Installed Since 1. 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. 3.5C0 00 J. W. Mahan Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. Residence Bright's Bend. Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. Grocery Campbell St. Residence Crab Orchard St. this in your telephone book. The Bastin Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster, Ky, 41 ! ) " T "- "rrfJ- i iiiriWTimiTTIrj i niMwi'i Kr'iiWnii'nfcrriTiria'ffHfcihiM'i "ifi' mriififciKniiiiwiiiti iwi nViiiiMiiiinr'iri r r t -i- r- " " ' - " - ta.'.TrpwnM' J rji.gjiCT-t- f' nfegiwxfw n wai ioct wiMinaiWiJKS'V THE HOME OF No Special Sale but our usual Low Price on goods of QUALITY and STYLE. NO CAST OFFS. 9 Watch Our Table and Counter P Values, i I I 50c Cotton Voils 29cts. 50c Foulards 29cts. 35c Linweaves 19cts. 25c Dimities lets. 25c Dress Linens 14c. 1 1 5c Lawns 1 Octs. 1 50 and 75c Corset Covers 39c. $1.50 Muslin Skirts 98cts. $4.00 Princess Slips $2.g8. $3.00 Princes Slips $1.98. cts. 25c Suitings Oc Lawns 8cts. 1 1 1 s 1 1 j The Joseph All for good ere jgsgrgaiggyg.. saaa jz& Eu-banks gsassar'getgy m ssrsk szzi oiiipaiiy. xm tvj? a jssm &wt 1 aog i Aboard I) 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 I'lBkW w) u'lwwl S I L HmEm Hi ) H People 1 A Brief Mention of the Comings Goinss byThose Wt Are 'nttrtcd V &i?!y!imT. IP Go. Mr. and'Mrs. JCBowman of Lewis Joe Skinner is at home from a brief county are here for a stay at the home trip to North Dakota. of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson. Mr. R. B. Wilkinson is visiting this Hubble of SomerStella week in Corbin. I setMrs.visiting O'NealMary Hubble Mrs. is Mr. Arthur Ellison of Williamsburg and other Lancaster friends. is visiting Mr. Elmer Mahan. Mrs. William Mast and daughter of and 1 Miss Virginia Gocdloe of Springfield ,n- Little Rock Ark., were visitors the week of the fair of Mrs. R. L. Elkin. is the guest of Miss Katie Lee Denny. Judge Jennings Greenleaf of Rich- mond wa3 in attendance at the fair. Bradley Johnson of Lexington YOU'U, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. is For Sale. J r lumber needed and the time and money thus saved will amaze you. Lancaster Lumber & Mfg J VT LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. iBfrBfglMrHfilE'BfiaairtiianiL (MjSUfgJliSllJllliSlliS WeS ell AT THE AT - Ice Creamery h k i2c Per Pound H. V. BASTIN. MMMiJm.WmMtM) X I MMMWmMiMiM ali!L M.5??.E!r: .: 'SJ W ki WiiTA ki'TiTi d II tL'J H IVA'i ssn Wattat T y m It Wawh proof Handsome Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to Cal Locontractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, Mo4 K Ana i re -- Kifonrn a P - GROCERIES and MEATS That are to please. GUARANTEED Phone 181. p' f? & i, V -- Davidson & Walker. x s ,, ' Miss Rachel Kennody of Richmond was a visitor of Miss Flossie Tribble last week. Miss Jessie Norton Crutcher of Nicholasville is here visiting Lancas- ter friends. John Hugh Gibson and wife of Richand Mrs. Mary Holmes McAfee Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of brother Frank Lusk of Baltimore were mond were visitors of Sam Cotton and Danville were with Mrs. Rebecca West visitors at the fair Thursday and guests wife during the fair. for the fair. of their cousin Miss Frankye Kauff-maMrs. M. E. Wilson, children and sisHoward Belle, of Shelbyville was ter All's. W. H. Ward are visiting relawith Mies Bessie Brown for a several Miss Mary Eleanor Mast of Little tives in Bryantsville. day's visit. Rock, Ark and Miss Mary Burton of Miss Ida Potts leaves Sunday for Hon. W. J. Price of Danville was Louisville have been the attractive vis- Cincinnati where she will trim in one of the large millinery houses. with his cousin Mr. and Mrs. T. J. itors of Miss Kathleen Walter. Price Thursday. The Misses Mount entertained MonMrs. W. L. Owsley returned to her Mrs. Hugh Hemphill is with her day evening in honor of Miss Kathleen home in Merridian, Mississippi after a D. T. Brummett, Grocery. nieces Misses Rella, Allie and Mary Walter and her pretty visitor, Miss visit to Mrs. George D. Robinson. And try a 10 cts cake of CREME May Burton. Arnold for a stay. Mrs. W. L. Lawson and son Ector SOAP Its more than soap made purely Mesdames Banks Hudson of Dan- have returned from a pleasant visit to of vegetable substances. A skin food Mrs. Emma Bush and little grand ville, Kay Lackey of Texas and Misses relatives in Oklahoma and Arkansas. and complection beautifier. daughter of Richmond are visiting Rev. Margaret Francis of Cincinnati and and Mrs. 0. P. Bush. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Coy and Mr. and Jennie Parks of Richmond were guests For Sale Sow and nine pigs. Miss Nelle Johnson of Lexington is during the fair of Mrs. F. S. Hughes. Mrs. Richard Burton were guests of J. H. Tompson, Preachersville, Ky. Mrs. Samuel Cotton Sunday evening. visiting Miss Bettie West and other Mr. A. R. Denny and daughter Mrs. Lancaster friends. receiving more Gradinir Thurston West has returned to attention byof cream ispress and dairyMattie D, Duncan and the dairy Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kinnaird aud Miss Pauline Hocker of Stanford are Washington D. C. after several weeks men than it possibly ever has in the children of Middlesboro are guests of at home after a most enjoyable outing pleasant vacation spent in Lancaster. history of the dairy business. the Misses Kinnaird. of several weeks in California. Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Miss Helen Little Miss Joanna Ballou of Stan- Robinson are at home after a three Messrs James House, Gus Dunn, ioru was witn tne Misses Arnold lor a weeks visit to Mrs. William Jones near Lewis Brown, A. D. Hughes and M. short visit last week. Winchester. G. Aldridee were among the number & Mrs. R. R. Denton of Hyattsville who went to Crystal City Texas on the Mrs. John Bright and children of has been visiting her daughter Mrs. V. excursion of August the Stanford have returned to their home A. Lear and family. after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs. Walker came home Sunday T. R. Ramsey. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neighbors of from a weeks stay at French Lick Louisville are with the Iatters parents Mr. Barbour and Mrs. William Springs. He left Tuesday for Mr. Mrs. J. B. Bourne. where he is to preside as Mason announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Edna Barbour to Miss Carrie Boulden of Nicholasville special judge for two weeks. William Fox Logan of Wilkes Barre, returned to her home Sunday after a Misses Lena Traylor and Jennie Pennsylvania, the wedding to occur in several days visit here, Lawrence will leave Tuesday Aug 5th the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cherry of for a two weeks stay in Winchester Broadhead were with Mr. and Mrs. R. and will be accompained by Mrs. D. M. Dr. Charles Zimmer of Pomeroy H. Batson for the fair. Anderson and daughter Mary who will Ohio is here for a weeks visit to his parents at the Kengarlan. Dr. Zim Mrs. Katharine Moore Wick of Rich- spend a week. C. Warren of Stan mer conducts two dental offices, one at mond was with her sister Mrs. Clayton Mrs. Charlotte Arnold during the fair. ford announces the engagement of her Pomeroy and one at Middleport Ohio. If avordupois is a sign of prosperity, Col. and Mrs. W. M. Best of Millers- - daughter Miss Nell Duncan Warren to Charley is surely getting rich. burg have been recen guests of Sena- Mr. John Charles Osborne of Knoxville Tennessee. The wedding to occur in On Monday Miss Lettie May Mctor and Mrs. R. L. Hubble. September. . Roberts gave a five course luncheon to Mrs. Ann Robinson is at home after Hon. Joe E. Robinson, county attor- announce the engagement of Miss Edna several weeks stay with her niece Mrs. ney, was over from Lancaster yester- Barbour Mason to Mr. Fox Logan. J. A. Robinson of Danville. day. His friends continue to urge him Courses were laid for fourteen.the color Miss Annie D. McRoberts of Stanscheme being pink and green, Miss Mcnomford was the recent guest of her cous- to enter the race for Democratic ination for Commonwealth's Attorney Roberts. in her own charming manner in Miss Lettie May McRoberts. but Mr. Robinson cannot make up his lead up to the announcement the ''Old, Miss Virginia Goodloe of Springfield mind to shy his castor. Messenger. Old Story" found in dainty watered colored booklets tied with pink talle. is visiting her brother W. 0. Goodloe After wrestling with freight rate Those present were Misses Edna Mason and other Lancaster relatives. committees, Board of Trade matters, Katie Lee Denny, Mary Doty, Norma Miss. Sallie Burnham Woods of 4th of July celebrations and a hundred Elmore, Kathleen Walters, Sue Shelby Paint Lick is" the attractive young other things during the past year for Mason, Nancy Walker, Elsie Morrow, guest of Miss Margaret Arnold. the advancement of Middlesboro, W. Annie Margaret Elkin, Edna Kavanau-gh- , J. Kinnaird, the insurance man, hied Sophronia Eox, and Maiy Burton Miss Mary Miller of Richmond is behimself off last Sunday for a short va of Louisville. The most, interesting ing entertained at the hospitable home cation and rest to his old home place at feature of the entertainment was "A of Dr. and Mrs. M. K. Denny. Lancaster. His family accompanied Home drawing contest in which each Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pigford of Jack- him on the trip. They are expected young lady drew an ideal home, the son, Tenn were guests of Mrs. A. J. back next week. MiddiesbSro Record- - winner, Miss Mary Burton was award- McNees on Sunday and Monday. Herald. J cda handsome cut glass candle stick. n. grand-daughter Airs. A. J. McNees has returned Sterling where they attended the fair. her home in Clinton, Mo. Miss Camilla Stevens of Valdosta, Mrs. Fisher D. Gaines of Danville Georgia came for a visit to her friend was a visitor here for the fair. Miss Mamie Lee Ballard of Bryants-villMrs. Cleveland Rose of Richmond is visiting her mother Mrs. Belle Perkins. Mrs. James B. Collier left Monday George Hurd of SanAntonio Texas is for a visit to Mr. a?id Mrs. William visiting his friend Mr. Benjamin Pat- Collier at Belle Jellico Ky., and Mr. ten. and Mrs. Charles Collier at Fork Ridge Miss Josephine Warren of Stanford Tennessee. has been visiting her aunt Miss Jennie Mr. and Mrs. Oatley Burk and little Duncan. son Lucian Sanders Burke of Silver Miss Ida Potts who has peen very Creek were with Mr. and Mrs. David sick is reported very much better this C. Sanders for the fair. week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Price and little daughter Vesta of Danville were Mrs. Sallie Rayburn of Richmond is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Parker with Mrs. D. M. Lackey and daughter Thursday. Gregory. W. K. Shugars Jr. of Stanford visitMiss Lucile Flowers of Louisville has Judge William ed his grand-fathbeen the attractive guest of Miss Ruth Shugars the past week and took in the Carrier. fair. Miss Glara Cooper of Stanford was Mr. and Mrs. James Jones and little the guest during the fair of Miss Angie son Thomas Francis Jones of St Louis Kinnaird. are with the formers parents Mr. and Air. and Mrs. John Johnston of Mrs. James Jones. Louisville are guests of Garrard relaMesdames Charles Henry Of Chicago tives. Harry Dodge of Arizona and Dolph Mrs. Dr. Evans of Middlesboro is Rice of Louisville are visiting their visiting her friend Miss Lennie Moss father Mr. Stephen Owsley. last week. er George T. Mason of Chicago is vis Miss Ora Prather and sister Miss Vivian have returned home from Mt. iting his brother W. B. Mason and family. f e. Mrs. Mamie Farra Thompson of Lexington is the guest of Mrs. Fannie Farra. Mrs. J. S. Carpenter has returned to her home in Nicholasville after several weeks visit to her sister Mrs. J. C. Turner. Miss Willie Pierce of Louisville was Miss Mattie Lee Hubbies guest the past week. Miss Williams from Louisville is the guest of Mrs. Amanda Lane and other relatives. Miss Myrtle Ruble who is teaching Mr. Jease Ccok and wife (nee at Hyattsville" was a guest of her parLettie Brown) of Lexington ents. guests during the fair of Mr and Miss Ula Belle Blakeman of Kirks-vill- e S. C. Denny. has been visiting Miss Lily May Sutton. Mrs. Jack Adams has returned Mrs. Annie Doty and son James of M t. Vernon having been called Milleisburg are here visiting Miss Jane by the critical illness of her niece Ida May Adams. and Mary Doty. Upright piano, in good condition, of Danville price S95.00. Apply at this ofilce. were interested spectators at the fair. For Sale. H. Clay KaufFman returned Wednes- ; day from the University at Ann Ar- I will sci! or exchange for farm, my i Dor Jiicnigan. stock of goods at the Shugar Creek Mrs. Robert Bourland and little son bridge. For further information call Roger of Lawrenceburg are visiting J. W. Walker. her aunt Mrs. George Smith. Turner and Carpenter is the place for good things to eat. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams and children of Paynes Depot are visitors of Call 240 for staple and fancy groeor, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. ies. Chas. Baierlein. It Miss Scotta Petty left this week to Dont fail to come to Opera Hous visit her sisters, Mesdames Totten Saturday night. Brown and Thurman of Decatur Illinois. Your account is past due I need the; money. Please come in and settle at; Misses Sue and Talitha Bourne have returned from a pleasant stay with once. Rella Arnold. their cousin, Mrs. N. Macartney of IJUENA VISTA Hustonville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen -tf 8-l- -2t. here mingling with Lancaster friends. Mrs. H. M. Ballou of Stanford was with Lancaster friends Thursday. Tom Armstrong of Louisville is visiting Mrs. C. F. Ison. were Mr. and Mrs. Fountain Myers of Mrs. Boyle Co, have been visiting at J. F. Miss Rubles. from Chas. Scott and of there Anderson Co, were little daughter W. guests of J. 'aiss Scott. We have recleaned seed rye and seed Dan Collier Elkin gave a very en- wheat for sale. It will pay you to see joyable hay ride Wednesday evening it before you buy. Hudson & Hughes Lancaster, Ky. Phone 26. in honor of Miss Mary Burton of LouisMesdames Ed Ballard and Will ville and Miss Mast of Little Rock Ark. Broadus from near Stanford have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Poor. Miss Minnie of Call On The Following Mer- spent last weekButts her Harrodsburg cousin Mrs. with Marshall Scott. chants. Tom Skinner is at home from Richmond Normal. J. E. Stormes, Druggist. Misses and Esther of It. S. Brown, General Merchandise. Maysville Hazel visiting theirAldridgeMrs. are aunt John Poor. Ball & Holtzclaw, Grocers. A series of meeting will begin at Davidson & Walker, Grocers. Lindendall school house, August Gth. T. Currev, Grocery. Tom Wilds of Nicholasville was here J : N. Ross, Grocery. last week in interest of the Aetna Fire Insurance Co. Turner & Carpenter, Grocery. Accused Of Stealiug. E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Me. boldly accuse? Bucklen's Arnica Salve of stealing the sting from burns or scalds the pain from sores of all kinds the distress from boils or piles. "It robs euts, corns, bruises, sprains and injuries of their terror," he says, "as a healing remedy its equal don't exist." Only 23c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m &&& first-Jud- ge Bar-boursvi- lle Are You Woman TAK ? mk 1 The I Woman s Tonic EL 1 ."x k.- - r ) .? II jfroo II II Bill ' - ' CURED TO STAY CURED. ofroooooocoooooooo oofrcc soo$$0 4rinMrnr rfpace nelow Attack Like Tigers. In The District Court of The United States nAi ttiiit Itoport of the Condition -- Itoport of tho Condition OFTHK sive Is for the excluuse of our farmer subscribers, nud Is for this bcadiug the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as ths farmer cannot aiTord to advertise. Xo notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two issues of tin lUconn, free of charge For Sale One good yearling Bull. J. H. Thompson. Prcachersville, Ky. Mr. H. F. Edgington bought of Mrs. E. T. Scott a veal calf price $10. r Fort Sale: Three pure bred yearling South-dow- n bucks and forty young ews All pure breds. J. F. Robinson bear skin cloak between Paint Lick and Lancaster. Please return to Oscar Boyle. LOST-White Lost Hound: Yellow spot, name on collar; J. M. B. Reward if returned to J. M. Broaddus, Phone 395-For Sale 40 eives from 2 to 4 years Also 1 bull calf ready for service, subject to register. H. C. Arnold, Hyattsville, Ky. old. son R.F.D.No-382 S. For Sale ninety good young Ewes and eigljt good Bncks. J. F. Thomp4 Stansord Ky. Phone I have for sale some nice young cows fresh, gentle and good milkers, also some 100 pound duroc boars, good ones. J. W. Elmore. Mr. II. R. Montgomery Mr. Thomas Montgomery bought of Jr., a calf price $10. We have recleaned seed rye and seed wheat for sale. It will pay you to see it before you buy. Hudson & Hughes Lancaster, Ky. Phone 26. The following sales of export cattle were made by Scott county farmers last week. J. B. Graves, 15G head, averaging 1,500 pounds at 6J cent per pound Warren C. Graves, 75 head, averaging 1,440 pounds, at 6i cents. Weil at Lexington, was the purchaser Monte Fox, of Danville, made the following purchases; From N. W. Hambrick 23 head, averaging 1,514 pounds, at 6 cents. From John W. Hall, 3S head, averaging 1,460 pounds, at 6 cents. Georgetown News, Rue and Curry of Harrodsburg, Ky., sold last week for Jefferson Robards his farm of 200 acres, two miles South of Harrodsburg, at $55.00 per acre to J. C. & Clell Adams. Seeding eges in the fall and full possession January the 1st., 1912. The consideration equal to cash. They also sold for Lew B. Brown of St. Petersburg, Fla., his brick dwelling on Danville Street to Lee Smock for $6000. They also sold for Lee Smock a vacant lot in .Goddard Addition at $400. cash. The scarcity of grass is forcing the farmers of the county to dispose of their live stock, and cattle producers of the count' are readily selling this class of stock. Monte Fox of Danville, purchased export cattle of the following farmers Friday; C. C. Clark, 40 head; H. S. Cay wood, 40 head; W. B. Woodford, 32 head, and Thomason & Collins, 26 head. These cattle will kick the beam at 1, 500 pounds and have cost their owners every cent they will bring and in most instances more. They were sold at 6 cts per pound for "shipment during the first half of August Warron Jtogers also sold to Jonas Weil, of Lexington, a bunch of pound and a premium: -- In fighting to keep the blood pure How Lancaster Citizens Can Find ComFor the Eastern District of Kenthe white corpuscles attack disease plete Freedom From Lidney Troubles. germs like tigers. But often germs tucky in Bankruptcy. multiply so fast the little fighters are If you suffer from backache overcome. Then see pimples, boils, From urinary disorders eczema, salt rheum and sores multiply From any disease of the kidneys, In the matter of Coy S. Sanders a and strength and appetite fail. This Be cured to stay cured. Bankrupt. condition demands Electric Bitters to Doan's Kidney Pills make lasting On this 20th day of July A. D., 1911, regulate stomach, liver and kidneys cures. on considering the petition of the aforeand to expel poisons from the blood. Grateful people testify. said bankrupt for discharge, filed on "They are the best blood purifier," Here's one case of it: the 5th day of July A. D., 1911, it is writes C. T. Budahn, of Tracy, Calif., Hill, High St., Nicholas-vill"I have ever found." They make James J. says: "some time ago my , ordered by the court that a hearing be Ky., rinrl nnnn ilnn snrrwi rtr tli 9nfl lnv vf-rich, red blood, strong nerves and back ached severely and I felt weary A. D., 1911, before said court your health. Try them. 50c build up ,. ... and restless. Pains frequently darted . -- , in & Son. at R. E. McRoberts . .. through my kidneys and were so severe' fnB1Bmn fi that I found it difficult to Stoop or thereto as practicable, and that notice 3It. Hebron straighten. I was also troubled by an thereof be published one time in The The lecture given by W. D. Moore annoying weakness of the kidneys. of Lawrenceburg on his trip to the The kidney secretions were highly col- Central Record, a newspaper printed in Holy Land and other points was well ored and contained sediment. I was said district, and all known creditors and other persons in interest may apattended and highly enjoyed by all. always on the lookout for a remedy pear time and place and show We have recleaned sed rye and seed that would give me relief, and finally I cause, if any they have, why the prayer wheat for sale. It will pay you to see heard about DoanJs Kidney Pills. I of said petitioner should not be granted. Hughes procured a box and shortly after beit before you buy Hudson-Witness the Honorable A. M. J. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 26. ginning their use, I found that they Cochran, Judge of said Court, and the Gobel and Woolford Scott are on the were helping me. The improvement seal thereof, at Covington in said discontinued as I kept taking them and it trict, on he 20th"day,o'f July A. D. sick list ! Quite a number from here attended was not long before the trouble was 1911. ' i entirely removed." (Statement given the funeral of Mr. Taylor Mullins at J. W. Menzies, Clerk. Pleasant Grove cemetry Sunday mor- May 15th, 1905.) A LASTING EFFECT. ning. On March 2, 1908, Mr. Hill said: Mr. Auther Montgomery bought the "The benefit I derived from the use of farm of Thomas Montgomery Jr., near Doan's Kidney Pills five years ago has lock no 8 for $600. been permanent. I gladly confirm my Mr. George Rogers and wife of Cin- previous statement." cinnati, Mr. J. A. Clark wife an' son r4 !"w For sale by all dealers, Price 50 Jil and Miss Jennie Rogers of Danville cents. Co., n Buffalo, In a letter from Branch-lan- d, m were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will New York, sole agents for the United V. Va., Mrs. ElizaGrow Sunday. States. beth Chapman says: "I Remember the name Doan's and pj suffered from womanly Mrs. Fannie Blakeman and son Herbert spent Saturday night in Jessa- take no other. p$ troubles nearly five years. mine. All the doctors in the counPAINT LICK. ty did me no good. I took Miss Mollie Grow of Judson is spend Cardui, and now I am ening a few days with her nephews here. The tent meeting will begin at Paint tirely well. I feel like a Miss Maggie Montgomery and Anna Lick Wednesday night. new woman. Cardui saved Case were the guests of Miss Lou my life! All who suffer Mr. Roger Rucker of Lexington is Montgomery Tuesday night. from womanly trouble with his home folks this week. Mrs. J. M. Lay ton and daughter Miss should give Cardui a trial." Miss Verdelia Bracht of Lexington Bettie of Decatur Illinois after spending from Monday until Saturday with has been the guest of Miss Eliza RuckM Messrs Will and Edd Grow left for a er. few clays visit to relatives in other Misses Louse and Nellie Rice are points in Garrard and Madison county. visiting relatives in Paris and Winchester. Thirty Years Together. Mrs. Henrv Riddleberger visited her Thirty years of association-thin- k of it. brother and family at Hyattsville last Woman's Tonic How the merit of a good thing stands week. 50 years of proof have out in that time or the worthlessness Mr. Guy Rice and Dr. Patrick spent rH m convinced those who tested of a bad one. So thers's no guess work a few days at Crab Orchard Springs in this evidence of Thos. Ariss, Con- last week. m it, that Cardui quickly record, Mich., who writes: "I have used lieves aches and pains due We have recleaned seed rye and seed Dr. King's New Discovery for 30 wheat for sale. It will pay you to see jpj to womanly weakness, and years, and its the best caugh and cold it berore you buy. Hudson & Hughes ' 13 helps nature to build up cure I ever used. " Once it finds en- Lancaster, Ky. Phone 26. K weak women to health and trance in a home you can't pry it out. JZA Mi s Margaret Francis of Cincinnati K3 strength. Many families have used it forty years. Thousands of It's the most infallible throat and lung is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. - women have found Cardui James Francis. cyj medicine on earth. Unequaled for to be a real life saver. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burke of Rich- ir. r, asthma, croup, it for your quinsy or sore lungs. Price 50c. $1.00 mond spent Thursday with their daugh- m Why not test case? Take Cardui today! i Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. ter Mrs. Joe McCormack. TTCfe?a McRoberts & Son. Misses Stella and Mollie McWhorter have returned home after spending a few days at Crab Orchard Springs. Looking Backward. children usually preco"Are Boston Mrs. Dee Woods and daughter Miss cious?" "I have known of one who Minnie have returned to their homo in was only three years old who could Stanford after several weeks stay with get Into a reminiscent vein." Mrs. II. L. Wallace. e, 1-- m OF THE- - peoples Bank Garrard Bank & Trust doing business nt Paint Lick, town of Paint Lick, County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, At The Close op Business on the Pt-it- Co GfAflFLIDrS. Go to the BEST Place if you want the BEST WORK. Ve have the only Steam Sterilizer in town for Massage. Shop on Richmond St, Hank doing lmlne-nt Ijjncastcr County of Garrard, of Kentneky. AT THE CLOSE OF Bl'MNEi-- a OX THE i8th day of July igil. $ 18th day of July, 1911. KESOUKCKS. S5.0SS 00 13.751 TS 1 i:esoui:ci:s: Lonns nnd U. S. and oilier Bonds, felocks Due from Banks Actual Cash oil hand. 2 :i 4 and securities .... . ,,.... Checks, cash items end exchange for clearing ; Un0erdrmt Stcureil $ secured, $1 m Ty Current expenses and taxes paid Keal Kjt.ite. $1,0(X. Kuruitiirii ; Ttal 1.WH) and Kixtiirp. $ Other Assets not included ot thenbote heads Total J,'Ji I.4W O (K 5 Loans and Discount $ L'. s. awl other Uoiidi?, Mix-k- t and securities Due from Uuhkx Actual Cah on hand Cheek-'- , cash Items and ex change for clearing Overdrafts Seeur. f 4.m w); W). DT.sftj in 1T.HM 31 7,112 M HENRV DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber :,io :.i 1,2JM W $101,512 T.IAIIII.ITII: 10. 11. d at-'sai- Total 12. ( which interest is .. iaid,$ (Deposits on which interest Is not paid. Total VI. Cusliitr'd chucks, outstanding $ . .. ; Certified cheek. $.. Total II. Hue to Hanks 1". Notes and Hills $ . ...; Hills pivahle, i.'JiOO.i 0 : Total 15. Other liabilities not included uu der any o( tne, alo e heads. ; d. Capital Stock StirHns. t profits, .hh1 In. In cash.. : rndiritled $ lfi.000 00 10.1HI0 CO 51.121 ti 22 K PMJM N. -- WMl Foster-Milbur- Total $l(H,r,ij t STATE Or KENTUCKY. ) KT' COUNTY OK CAKKAltU I. E. L Woods. Treaid lit of the above named Bank, do .solemnly sweir that the nhore statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. E. L. WOODS, President. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me by E, L. Woods this 2ith day of July 1911. A. II. Estridge. Notary Public. My Commission expires Jnuiinry 31, 1911. S Current eptmes and taxes p.tid Ileal Kstae. Furniture and rimrist JS.soo; otl . Other As-e- ts not ineludrd under any of the uboe heitds. Total LIAHILITIES 10. Capital Stock paid in.lt cash .. 11. Surplus Kuuds oo (.0. Unliid .ed profits $2,811 S: Total . ... 12 Deposits on which iuterest is paid ?12 (Slu 20) (Deposits on which Interest is not paid 47U.7S! HI) Total Deposits Checks, outstanding 13. $. . .Certified checks if Total II. Due to Hank-- ' 1" Notes and I'llls rcdiconatcd ; liiils payable. $ $ . Total ll.ibilitie- - not included 1. Other any of the above heads . under ",.; ii.s m Jersey Bull Hemy Simpson 88427 Season 1 9 it. $111 Mil H -- $ M.oeo 2,515 o ! J. W. 8l 92.TS Ca-hie- r's r I SWEENEY. M. K. Denny, 5S2H LC1 llOl n,o Oflicc over Mi3 ArtioM s Mi.iinery. Correct Attest: H.C.Gnvnn, W. C. Wjuh. W. Pish. i J ) Directors. Total $IH2iai State of Kentucky. County of Garrard. Pet. I.J. W. Elmore Caihier of the abie named Bank, do -- olcmnly uear that the above -- tate mentis true to the best of my knowledge atnl belief. J. W. Elmore. Cashier. and sworn to before me by J. W. Elmore cashier till- - 25th day of Jul) lull. My Commls-Io- n Expires January 25h, 1912. S. C. Denny. Notary Public. Correct Attest: . A. Lear. w. i:. root. Directors M) Snb-crib- H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, 1)11. Kentucky. II.T.Lozau. Win. BURNETT Olliec. - tt fflifflll The Water Colors, rifrments have been used from tho iarlicst times and are now used by all savages for decorative purposes. Cut the paint used in Babylon and Nineveh and in l'ompeii was composed of pigments mixed, not with oil, but with water to which hail been added a little glue, egg albumen or perhaps some times casein, which is albuminous matter from milk or the gluten from cereal grains. Glue, however, which was well known to the ancient Egyptians, was the mo.st used binding material. Such paints are now known as fresco paints or water colors. Well, Do It! Of course, you know just what you would do in another man's place, but why don't you do the right thing in your own place? onuments Phvsican and Surgeon. of all kinds and of the Offiice over Logan's .store. BEST MATERIAL. Residence Phone 75. Plionc 6. Lowest Prices. Satisfaction Guaranteed Call and see us for a good A representative of our Company will be at the Kengarlan Hotel in Lan- Hair Cat and Clean Shave caster, every county court day. The Only Two White Barbers In Town. HARRIS a WHEELER, KENTUCKY. See NICHOLASVILLE, the tall sljfn, North side of Public Square. . m house:' COUNTY J. E. Robinson, LAWYER A r-- and ATTORNEY. n Red Top Wi Will Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Oilice over Police Court. Phone 194 f.- ,1 hay-feve- v hi JSf I- - ft sJ J 1-- m gJp Asphalt Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone 340 Public 'Square. Second hand clothes sold on commission. fancy export steers for ADMINISTRATOR G Bourbon News. SALE. cents per ' On Sat Sep. 2, 1911, 9, A. M. will sell the property of Almira Wearren Dec'd Viz; 43 acres land 6 miles of Lancaster, on Buckeye turnpike, good house and barn 2 hen houses, smoke house, coal and buggy house, shop, 2 good wells, cistern, 3 lasting springs, milk house and the best of sand stone land in fine state of fertility. . Also personal consisting of 1 family horse, 2 jersey cows, buggy and harness, good lot of house hold and kitchen furniture and numerous other things. W. O. Wearren. (Adms.) m m REMEMBER THE BREATEST o'clock Mrs. A. B. Hardwick died at her home, after a brief illness Mrs. The undersigned hereby give warn- Hardwick had been a resident of this ing to all persons not to transpass upon neighborhood for many years, and was beloved Christian our lands for any purpose whatever as a well nature generous woman, having a and kind. The we will prosecute all offenders to ful- funeral services was held at the metho-dilest ex tent of the law. Hunters and church and burial at Paint Lick Cemetary much sympathy is extended Fishermen especially take notice. to the bereaved husband and the two Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra sons John and Atward who reside in W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price Hamilton Ohio. E F Herring W A Price S L Rich W S Embry Closing Communion and Conference. Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Fourth and last communion of church Dave Thompson J W Sweeney year will be held next Sunday, for Z T Rice Jas Sutton Lancaster and McKendree churches at Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels the Memorial Methodist Church LanD B Anderson H C Arnold caster. Business conference of churcn boards 3 p. m., Saturday closing acW G Anderson, H C Hamilton, count and record of church work of G Y Conn L H Brown year. This exhibit and record is for T W Conn J G Conn annual conference of churches, which Pilgrimage 'iioaco Co. convenes Sep. 10 at Richmond Ky., the J G Cl?vk Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett month of August closing the church year. C G Gay W K Leavell All membership dues for Benevolences E Dunn John Boian and current expense will be credited to E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath. personal account at Garrard Bank in Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan view of injury to Treasurer John Mount, confining to home. In past 3 W. Simpson J. years of present pastorate of Dr. Pearce, the two congregations have made superior record, over 90 per cent of membership being contributive, with ' 45 per cent increase in membership total, a year of gain. Dr. Dan Robertson will preach at 11 a m Sunday and in Union service at night. Membership of sister churches, who may be present, fraternally invited to the communion. st POSTED On last Wednesday evening at seven Rofin tffc.lSY'fcj HUM KRS Tsthfi "Rest and CheaTjest mr h. IV. Faulkner, Satis- t jlgr. " omceHonM 8 Molly's idea of a dull time is a sewing circle without any scandal. Every person who is on die lookout for some really good news' factory Koof ins: made today, THERE IS NO TAR !N IT. m to K l J3. Phone 3J1. Go. sr "WAJLTim. StorMM" omceover EASY AND SAFE TO USE should join the circle delighted cus ' tomers at R. S.BROWN'S The Store, that sells Cadet Stockings. A few1 more bargains left, come and get your share. DENTIST. ASK YOUR DEALER Lancaster, Ky. Haselden Bros. 1-- m H. J. TIN5LEY, -- INEXPENSIVE. County Surveyor. PHONE Officii over F. G. X-- JlTL!2F&BrkjBr&F&jaFLff B. F. HUDSON, President. T&xrm..gr?5i menu jr-avrr- t J. HILLS UOfi ON ALL LIVE Hurt s furniture store. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. Lancaster, Kentucky. 8T0GK. D9SINFEC7S. CLEANSES. PURIFIES. It has so many uses that It Is a necessity on every farm. h Citizens CAPITAI, $50,000. National Bank KY. OF LANCASTER, 4 J? SURPLUS $30,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Book-Keepe- CURES MANGE, SCAB, RINGWORM, SCRATCHES I W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jn., r. O6OOOe9feOO9Q0OeOOOeOoeOOO Destroys All Disease Germs Business Solicited. J. S. JC Prompt Attention. Gut m Flowers 1 606C DRIVES AWAY FLIES job axut x Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. R. E. uWare McRoberts. oo404ooofro09eoeoo40oeoooe4 of QUALITY. F, m B. McRoberts us & Son. CATARRH Cured by the Marvel of the Century, B, B.-Tcsted SEND FOR FREE BOOKLETS mzusSB ancaster Colored Fair AUGUST 11th and 12th, George Moran, Pres. Henry L.Casey,D.v.s. VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. United Statos Army w KENTUCKY for 30 Years. Will be Held at Hawking, spitting, foul breath, discharges of yellow matter permanently cured with pure botanical ingredients To prove HNSoto9cfs Roosters 4 to 4cts. Young Ducks 8cts Eggs, 1911. Office Telephoue 32 at Logan's and 43".. Stable." I.ANVILLE. KY it we will send you a sample HARRODSBURG ST -- - '4 Admission to all 35 cents. Fair will be held on the famous Graham Springs grounds. Do not fail to attend. R. W. KEEN ON, SECRETARY. treatment free. Catarrh is not only dangerous but it causes ulcerations, death and decay of I Oi 11 bones, kills ambition, often causes loss of appetite and reaches to general do bility, idiocy and insanity. It needs attention at once. Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It is a IO quick, radical, permanent cure because it rids the system of the poison germs in that cause catarrh. At the same time Blood Balm (B. B. B.) purifies the Just received a car load of Port-lan-d, blood, does away with every symptom of catarrh. 3. B. B. sends a tingling Cement which we will sell at flood of warm, rich, pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves, and parts af- a reasonable price.' fected by catarrhal poison, " giving Red Ash Jellico' Coal, best on the warmth and strength just where it is needed and in this way makinga per- market. See us for Thrashing Coal. Good block 12cts. , fect, lasting cure of catarrh in all its forms. Druggists or by express, 1 per large bottle, with directions for home cure. Sample sent free by writ- II. NORTHCOTT, ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by F. P. Friabie. lm ji James B. Williams, Sec. Lancaster, Kentucky. Oakdale Herd of" Registered Ourocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. to cts. mm Turkeys 8cts. Coal from to 13cts yard, lc more del. ""Kfci"fc-fWE HAVE PLEN- c feLtaAbfl&jBHlBHv J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster Ky. TY OF CASH to meet all checks on this bank without delay. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co., carries a larger cash reserve than the banking laws call for. It is therefore always in a position to V ' S make prompt cash loans to depositors on acceptable security. If u have no account then this fact may make it worth yom while to open Dr. R. L Pontius, Kentucky. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. --- Lancaster, I have just opened up a new, clean ftiJ -- Barber Shop on Lexington street next to thepost office and will be. glad to have,. my B. one. friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention : JO'HN DEPOT STREET, JThe Garrard Bank & Trust Company. A DUNCAN. fr ?,"-- Vt. ;.