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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 11, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911081101_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 11, 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. ir&t r -- " Jk ' fc r ,"' .y iTT'ivrnPT PURE BELIOIO UXTARMSHED DPifr)CRAC?i iYD GOOD .SL' GOVERNMENT. 18. TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1911. for sale. Hughes & Swinebroa-- sold for G. B. "the Court the eight year old son of Mr Swinebroad a lot on Ihnfrnd Street Walker, afternoon Recleaned Seed Rye and Seed Wheat Hudson & Hughes. Sale Of City. P&perty. NUMBER iS3&3eS33CS33CS32S33 HEATING ty AN PLUMBING. We use the pest "material the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. Geo. D. Robinson was kicked by his to L. G. Davidson aiulva&o a tot adjoinpony Monday receiving injuries which ing to .Theo Currey. tfMessrs Currey will force him to go on crutches for and Davidson will eaeh'Ybnild a band- some little time, however, we are gladJsome residence and theIota "being5 Jo- to say no bones were broken and the in- cated on one of the vew best Streets juries while painful are not dangerous. will be quite an impro anient in that section of the city, 'A local optionist" now is one who would have the territdrial unit for votW. "Oc." Goodiot Injured. ing on the liquor question so small that Miv W. 0. Goodloe sustained a very some part of every county would vote wet and have the licensed saloon. The painful injury Sunday Korning. While advocates of the whiskey interest or attempting to tighten the- saddle-girt- h all local optionists and would like to on a young horse in frejt-o- f his premhave the precinct the unit instead of ises on Lexington avenue, the animal reared up striking Mij Gocdloe and the county, knocking him to the ground, the aniUnfermented Wine. mal then either pawed or kicked- - him several times, intheln-,and body. Pick your grapes off then wash put He was carried into and a on and boil until seeds begin to come physician summoned. Mr.. Goodloe reout, then put in sack and strain. To every quart of juiceadd one large tea- mained unconscious from his injuries cup of sugar, then let the juice boil, for several hours. He fe considerably improved and his manyilnends hope to skim and cork tight in jars or bottles. Mrs. Rebecca West. see mm out ana DacK tctpis" duties in a d All Democrats come to House Saturday at 2 p. m., and vote for the extension of the County Unit Bill. -- Plumbing Equipment For Every Requirement. 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 the most tastes. Would you like to Don't Waste The Water. the use of it. Sup't Herron requests that all patrons of the water works be cautious as to the use of the water, do not waste it, and above all things do not allow hydrants to run all night. Unless these precautionary measures are strictly adhered to it may become necessary to cut off the water supply altogether, thus insuring a supply in case of fire. Texas Party. The party who left on August 1st. for Crystal City, Texas are returning. Mr. Jas. House and Mr. "Lewis Brown called at our offlce and stated that the country was all that was represented to be by. Mr. Wallace Steele General Agent, Txas Land and Development Co. Gus Dunn has also returned and all three parties have an option on some land near this city and think that they will close the deal in a few days. Mr. Aldridge, and Mr. Hughes have lake is getting low, not dangerously so, but it is low enough to render it advisable to be economical in The Is your present plumbing equipment exactly-suiteto the needs of your household, and is it a9 sanitary and efficient as, it should be? If not, it would be to your profit to 'have us install taudaMT T exacting, ' short time. 6 plumbing to know in dependable? Let us give you an estimate on installing fatrfntitT have guaranteed iggcj rrrdlx -,- A Q. . , Ballew Mrs. George Ballew died at her home in Richmond Ky Thursday morning at 3 o'clock. At the hour of going to press no funeral arrangements had been made but she will be buried in Richmond. Mrs. Ballew was a daughter of Mrs. Edna Frances of this place. Noted People Here. Mr. John Lackejj)ead. dicl-a- advance that you plumbing would be p- - We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. Mr and Mrs William Yancey Envin of Lexington are guests at the home of Mr. J. D. Gulley, where they will re in main for a couple of weeks. Mr is a poet of considerable renown, being the author of "Wanetka," "Sparks from the Anvil" and many other poems. The gifted couple have just returned from an extensive tour of the south, and were under the impression that the Teachers Institute was in session in Lancaster, which occasioned their visit here. Mrs Erwin was a pleasant visitor to the Record Er-w- office. Colored Fair. o'clock Thursday morning at the home of his son William Lackey near McCreary. Mr. Lackey has been n feeble health for several years and ofMnore than one occasion his life despaired of, but he would rally again be able to get out of the house. Mr. Lackoy was 81 yars of age and was one of Garrard's most highly respected citizens, he ha.3. lived in this county almost his entire life and has built up a reputation for honesty, integrity and fair dealing that it falls to the lot of but few men to leave behind them, but he is one of the few men of whom naught but good can be said. He leaves one son, Wi'lte Lackey, and four daughters, Mrs. Fwirk Broaddus. Mrs. Perry Naylor, Mrs. David Anderson of the county and Mrs. J. D. Gulley, who lives in town. Mr. Lackey was preceded to the gra'e by his good wife some four years siace, and his remains will be placed by her side in the t 1 had-beoi' Mr. John Lackey ware. VCS?V vm? Tr-.- i &:v"-r?fc - ' not returned. . Sanford Ashley. Sanford the pretty young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sanford was on Saturday evening united in marriage to Maurice Ashley. The wedding occured at the brides home, Rev. 0. P" Bush officiating. The happy young couple left Sunday morning for Cincinnati where the groom holds a position. The bride is an unu sually pretty attractive young girl and quite a talented musician. The groom is a son of the late Mr. Silas Ashley a deserving and curteous young man and also a gifted musician. Sincere con- Miss Georgia HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE. gratulations are extended them. Welcome Showers. CONN BROTHERS Lane a,ste r , Ky . "- -. t&8F&8& I YOUR ACCT. The Lancaster Colored Fair is being held today (Friday) and Saturday and is attracting quite a crowd from this and adjoining counties. The show of j stock is quite good, and the music which is being furnished by the Lex Pellagra In Lexington Asylum. ington Opncert Band is nnusually good. Pellagra, a disease n'Ay recognized George Moran is president of the. association and "James" Williams secre-jtar- by medical authorities m the last ten two of Lancaster's best colored or welve years.rhas brriitjn cut in the tfltr.i Jrtsr.re 'A si"lvuaq; TXtiftSi, &nd.sev in their undertaking and they propose eral of the patients are afflicted with to give the best colored fair in the the disease. Pellagra is a skin disease state outside of Lexington. They will peculiar to the south. One theory of its origin is that it is caused from eatreceive a liberal white patronage. ing products of corn that was infected with "smut" this theory is not however countenanced by many of the em inent medical men. It does not yield to medical treatment, and is supposed to be incurable after reaching a certain stage. The only treatment which seems to effect it beneficially is plenty of fresh air, rest and good food. A great scare was precipitated throughout the state by one of the patients at .the asylum, who hoped thereby to gain her own freedom from the institution, writing a letter to the Lexington Herald and singning the name of one of the nurses, stating that the disease was contagious and that it was spreading rapidly in the institution The letter was traced to its source the physician in charge of the asylum issued a letter denying the gravity of the situation and the scare subsided. I v, citianej-lil'y-4Mtv-r8prjd-- Lancaster cemetery, this (Friday) afternoon, after appropriate funeral ceremonies, the details of vhich we were unable to secure at thv hour of going to press. ; With the exception of a few small areas in the northern part of the county, intermittent showers fell all over the county last week, and on Sunday afternoon the Bryantsville section was visited by a regular soaker, sufficient to cause the streams to rise and to furnish an abundance of stock water. Corn and tobacco as a consequence are looking much better. Considerable of the corn in this county is. already 'n.ude"aiid "rhe Ihte cort? will be if we can have a few more rains. Tobacco is growing nicely, a little back-wor- d as a rule, but with anything like i Msre Than usual value You know that the best way to be sure of getting good clothes for your money is to go to a place where none but good clothes are sold. The best vay to get more than usual for your money is to go to that place where they're of- seasonable weather during the next month, the crop will be a good one. Young Lady Burned To Death. fering oods. 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. last Friday night Miss Katie Hicks the 22 year old (laughter of Mr. On Hart Schaffner & Marx Coleman Hicks, who lives below Marks- bury on the Lexington pike was burned to death, supposedly by the overturning of a lamp. Miss Hicks had retired with a iighted lamp on a chair beside her bed, and during the night her parents were aroused by her cries; they found her in the yard with her night clothes a mass of flames, and before they could render her assistance she was iataliy burneu. tier lather was seriously burned about the hands and arms in attempting to extinguish the flames. She is supposed to have knock ed over- the lamp in her sleep and set fire to her night clothes and in her - clothes go; suits that you'll be glad to own, and wear, at much under regular prices. Men's fine all wool suits in Brown. Tan, Gray, also Black and Blue. Regular price $16.50 now $11.9S. One mixed lot of Men's fine all wool suits. Hart SchafTner and Marx make, in Brown, Tan, Gray and other colors. Regular price 20.00 now $14.98. One big lot Men's all wool suits in all various colors including BlacKs and Blues of Hart SchafTner and Marx make. Regular price $22.50 now $16.75. Men's suits of very finest quality, H. S. & M. make, in Gray. Brown, Tan, Black and Blue. Regular $25.00 and $27.50 values now $18.75. IS I f il ST DUE. I I I I 1 fright rushed into the yard. Her cemetery Saturday afternoon. Penman Electrocuted. re- New Principal Lancaster Schools. mains were interred in the Lancaster Jas. W. Smith., The House of Quality. Shall Expect a Prompt Set- - tlement. I I ALL ACCOUNTS NOT PAID AT ONCE WILL POSITIVELY BE PLACED FOR COLLECTION. Professor Joseph Leslie Riley, who succeeds Prof. Bridges as principal of the Lancaster Graded School, has arrived and with his wife has taken up his abode at the school building. Professor Riley has held positions in several states and at the head of several splendid schools, and if credentials and experience count for everything, he will surely make a splendid successor to Prof. Bridgss and a strong head for Lancaster's splendid schools. Professor Riley is a Kentuckion, born at Port Riley in Henry county in 1879, he moved to Owen county when quite young; he graduated at Lynnland Male and Female Institute of Hardin county and also from Georgetown College. It will be good news to the boys to know that while at Georgetown Prof. Riley was a member of the .football team for five years, this fact would indicate that the new Professor will be heartily in favor of athletics in the local school. At 4:45 o'clock last Saturday afternoon in the branch penetentiary at Eddyville, Ky., Shay Penman was electrocuted. Thirty seconds after the current was turned on Penman was pronounced dead, only one convulsive shudder and life was extinct. The crime for which Penman gave his life as forfeit was committed at the home of Mr. Lee Rankin in Lincoln county Ky. near HuGble on the 5th day of September 1910. He had long been a trusted servant of Mr. Rankin and on this day he coaxed little Nancy Lee Rankin the 10 year old daughter of the household to accompany him to springhouse near the home, where he assaulted her. J. he iatner ot the child was away from home at the time, but-onof her uncles was summoned by telephone and he took the negro to Stanford where he was lodged in jail. Fearing mob violence, Judge Walker ordered the prisoner taken to Louisville for safe keeping. When his trial was had in the circuit court in Lincoln county, soldiers accompanied him to prevent e Professor Riley was principal of the I B I X H. T. LOGAN. Lancaster, Kentucky. .'- - - . . .' . .- - ,w"i' Bfl Bfl I v. ' "T - - "-- . Bfll school at Glencoe, Ky., for two years and of the schools at Luverne Ala. for two years; he was professor of French m and German and manager of athletics in Ouchita College Ark. for two years, violence. principal of the Jonesboro Ark. High His trial was a speedy one and a School two 'years, vice president Ed- verdict of guilty was soon brought in gar's Boys Schools Montgomery, Ala. and his sentence fixed at death. The two years, vice president Bunn-Be- ll court of, appeals affirmed his sentence, Institute, Waycross, Ga., two years, the chief executive refused to extend professor of mathematics Georgia Mi- clemency, and he would have died long litary Academy of Atlanta Ga., two since but for the fact that the chair years, from which place he comes to was not ready for service and a delay us. was Tendered necessary. That Professor Riley is eminently Penman asserted his innocense to BM qualified- - to fill the position here is the last. His body was sent to his BB evidenced by the fact that he has held home in Lincoln county and was buried Bfl state certificates in four states Ala- near Hubble on Sunday. Mr. A. L. bama,! Indiana, Arkansas and this Kankin father of the child and Dr. Bfl state, Professor Riley married Miss Rankin an uncle witnessed the elecKatherine, McDanell o'f Warsaw Ky., trocution. " Dr. Rankin feeling the and he and his wife will be warmly negro's pulse and pronouncing him '- . welcomed to Lancaster; dead. I I In order to cut down njy large stock of ? ilies, Mr X . you can get some low down prices, for a short ii 1 time. - IW. J. Romans. 1 .", ujhsBJsy -- - .. X. 3gigiffeygstfflg& ftfes tat ,C - tf The Central Record ikcorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 A CoiBty Fair a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office lu Lancaster, Ky., Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Laicaster, Ky., August 11, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices County Offices State and District Calls, per line Cards, per line ? 5.00 be intro10.00 old ones, new methods would duced and many changes made, for Offices. . . . 15.00 10 10 has established a reputation for giving one of the best fairs in the state, and justly earned it is, ana it snouia am win ne sustained. The recent exhibition was one of the best ever seen in; the county and its promoters are tovbe congratulated on the splendid exhibition they gave. However, the promoters of the last meeting, under the corporate name of "The Lancaster Fair", were incorporated for only one year, rather what would be called a hand to mouth proceeding, and the chances are that should the association be again incorporated under the same name that the same personnel would not be again embraced in the new company, neff members would replace some of the Garrard county settle the question. We have and still believe those persons entitled to the appellation Democrat, rather than others whose positions serve and help the whiskey interests to the constant detriment of business, moral, religious and educational good of the whole state. Democrats will' no longer be intimidated by the declaration that no democrat can be opposed to the licens ed sale of intoxicating liquors but rather believe from the strikingly growing sentiment against it that to be a democrat, or a repuolican, he must approve Political Sflap Shots Of Lexington Herald. x (By Sherman Harvey.) g HENS Eggs, 3 cts. mmlmRMnZMj&mmmnZMnil leMmSmMfMUQM it." "Back to the constitution" as used in the discussion of the liquor question means a declaration in favor of the licensed saloon. Confederate Reunion. all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line Democratic Ticket. 10 05 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. Crece- - For Attorney General James Garnett For State Superintendent of Schools Barksdale Hamlett. For Commissioner Agriculture J W. Newman. For Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. Greene. For Railroad Commissioner W. F. Klair. For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. For Representative John M. Farra from Garrard Co. ANNOUNCEMENTS Fw CetiBly Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to rings, thereby assuming the risk of being crippled in the crush of autos We are authorized to announce and other vehicles incident to the occaJames A. Beazley as a candidate fot sion. These things should of course be County Judge of Garrard county, subdone gradually, the earnings each year ject to the action of the Democratic used toward equipping and improving party. the buildings and grounds, and no dividend declared until every thing in For Sheriff. and about the grounds were in first We are authorized to announce C. A. class condition. Another suggestion which we believe Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff ol Garrard County, subject to the action would improve the local fair, is that several rings be provided each day of the Democratic party. exclusively for Garrard county stock, We are authorized to announce and that this fact be extensively adAshby Arnold as a candidate for sherift vertised before hand in order that our of Garrard county, subject to the ac- people may know that they will not have to compete with the world at tion of the democratic party. large in order to secure a premium for We are authorized to announce W. their stock; this will stimulate them to L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard get something ready, and we believe if county, subject to the action, of the this method were followed, you would democratic party. see ten Garrard county animals in the ting where you now see one. We are glad to have the horsemen Fer Assessor. from a distance here, Bnd we believe We are authorized to announce Dave that premiums should be offered that C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor would insure their continued attendof Garrard county subject to the ac- ance, but we do not believe that horse tion of the democratic party. men who make a business of handling show stock and who have the world to We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- choose from, and any amount of capnation of Assessor of Garrard County, ital with which to secure their entries, subject to the action of the democratic should be allowed to come in and compete with our home production, nor do party. our home people believe this, as is evWe are authorized to announce J. B. idenced by the continued falling off of Collier as a candidate for the nomina- the Garrard county exhibits at the tion for assessor of Garrard county, Garrard county fair. subject to the action of the democratic Another thing, this as well as the party. majority of the county fairs has itself into a mere horse show, We are authorized to announce W. the old time custom of exhibiting all L. Huffman for a candidate for assessor of Garrard county subject to the the farm products, grains, vegetables etc. as well as live stock has been action of the Democratic party. abandoned, much vtu think, to the detriment of the exhibitions. For Magistrate. Let us erect a small floral hall, where We. are authorized to announce not only the productions of the ft rm John N. White as a candidate for may be exhibited, but also of the dairy ' Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- and culinary department; also make rard county, subject to the action of some provision for the ladies to exhibit their needlecraft and other of the democratic party. their handiwork. It would take but very little money to provide the premium list for this He Platform Conveition. class of exhibits and it would add very At the Court House in Lancaster, at materially to the attractiveness of the 2 o'clock P. M. standard time, Satur- fair. day August 12th. The democrats of We sincerely hope that before the Garrard Coudty are asked to assemble time comes to think about our next and select six delegates to attend a exhibition that someone will take this state convention in Lancaster, Ky., matter up along these lines, and that August 15th and make a platform for with the coming of another Jnly wo the party. mav see an old fashioned country fair These delegates will be the represen- in Lancaster, with provisions and tatives of the people and we think premiums for every class of live stock should go to the state convention in- and farm products raised in Garrard structed by the convention at home as county. to how we would have them vote upon important planks. The Record is, and always has been, The party seems pretty well united in favor of the extension of the upon all questions of platform except "County Unit Bill". It believes that the liquor question. The whiskey ele- the interests of temperance can better ment would like for us to ignore the be subserved by this measure than in question completely, or declare against any other way, and it further believes the extension of the county unit. We that the democratic voters should look are opposed to the liquor interest con- well into the matter of how their cantrolling our party and would have the didate stands on this issue before they delegation from this county instructed give him their support. to favor a declaration in the platform Our views along this line are just as advocating the extension of the County they have always been, in our editorial Unit measure. column on April 1, 1910 we had the The Republican party has declared following to say:- - "We think the prinfor the County Unit, and if the demo ciples of the County Unit Bill cratic platform favors it, the liquor it leaves to the will of question will no longer be an issue in the majority in a prescribed governmental state politics in Kentucky. If you unit how it shall be governed. would be rid of the question, be at the To call those favoring this "cranks", convention Saturday and instruct your "doughfaces" and othef uncomplimendelegates to vote for the county unit tary names and askirig that they" go plank in the democratic platform. over to the republican party, will never demo-cratic-'beca- the action of the democratic party. The annual reunion of Morgan's combetter or worse it is hard to conjecture. mand of Confederate Soldiers will be Down in Franklin county where they held at Parks Hill on August 15 and 16. give one of the very best exhibitions Extensive preparations have been in the state, the clamor of the citizens made for the reunion this year and a of the county for stock was so persist- goodly number of the veterans have ent that it was deemed necessary to signified their intention of being there, increase the capital stock. but for fear that some one of them Now with all due deference to the might not know of the time and place many fairs that have gone before, and of the reunion, Mr. Green R. Kellar of they were all good ones, we believe Carlisle is anxious that all the county that the citizens of the county should newspapers publish notice of the fact. be given an opportunity to subscribe There are several of Morgan's men in for stock, that the fair association Garrard county, and some of them will should be a county affair, and every doubtless attend. one who desires should be allowed to have one or more shares; that the Political Bee Buzzing In Boner's Bonnet. shares should have a nominal value that would place them within the reach A special from Nicholasville to the of all. This method would increase the Lexington Herald savs that George interest throughout the county in the Boner's friends are urging him to belocal fair, would make an interest in it come a candidate for the legislature where no interest has ever been before on the republican ticket. George had felt The capital stock should be better keep his weather eye open lest placed at such a figure as would permit he become the victim of his friends. of the purchasing of, or taking a long He was formerly editor of the Triblease on suitable grounds, and then une, a republican newspaper at Nicherecting commodious buildings thereon, olasville, and it seems to us he had including stables which are lacking at much better resume his editorial duties the present grounds, and which are tr an to become a sacrifice to Hugh sadly needed. Stables would not only Mahin, the present member of tha county, be of vast convenience to the horse- legislature from Jessamine man and visitors to the fair, but they and the democratic nominee for rewould prove a source of considerable election. revenue, and would pay for themselves Democratic Mass Convention. almost in one season. Another advantage to be derived from having stables A convention of the Democrats of on the grounds is the providing of con- Garrard county is hereby called to veniences for horses from a distance in meet at the Court House in Lancaster, order that they may be near the ring- Garrard county Ky. on Saturday, Auside, will not have to go backward and gust 12th 1911 at 2 o'clock P. M. to seforward such a distance between the lect delegates to the Democratic Plat- Judge Lewis L. Walker, who by appointment Governor William H. Cox, is Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial District, composed of the I1 12 counties of Mercer, Boyle, Lincoln and Garrard, in place of the late Judge M. C. Saufley, has made it known to his friends that he will not seek a nomination and election at the hands of the Republican party. Judge Walker is one of the most learned lawyers of the state and a splendid speaker, and his determination was brought about from Ic the fact he was neglecting a large and in lucrative law practice. The DemoJust received a car load of Portcratic majority, too, is hopelessly large. The Democrats have nominated for land Cement which we will sell at the juageslrip Commonwealth's Attor a reasonable price. ney Charles A. Hardin of Harrods-burRed Ash Jellico Coal, best on the a nephew of former Attorney General P. Watt Hardin. He is one of the market. See us for Thrashing Coal. best criminal lawyers in Kentucky, and Good block 12cts. as a prosecutor has done mnch to make his district one of the cleanest in Ken B. NORTHCOTT, tucky, Mr. Hardin will not have any H. opposition from the Republcans. The Democrats of Garrard county are backing County Attorney J. E. Roosters 4 to 4cts. Young Ducks 7 to 8c to 12cts. Turkeys 8cts. YOUR m to cts. Spring Chickens. 10 Coal from ACCOUNT IS Please call and 10to.l3cts yard. more del. g, SETTLE. WE NEED THE MONEY, m DEPOT STREET. Robinson to succeed him. Mr. Robinson is now serving his second term and is one of the rising young lawyers of his section. He has prosecuted sixteen persons for homicide in his county. fourteen of whom were convicted, and has banished from its confines the last of the bootleggers and blind tigers. Garrard county is Republican by 250 majority, but twelve years ago. on account of a laxity in the enforcement of the laws, the people voted the party out of power and entrusted the reins of government to the Democrats. No Republican .has since been elected in the county, except a member of the Legislature, who won at the time W. O. Bradley was elected Governor. Garrard county is the former home J. R. Mount, Son & Co. mm fflSMlMpl ISIMUMjifij (0MMMmmdiMM WHmgMftLmmnmRL One Ounce of Satisfaction IS WORTH A TON OF TALK. SEE THAT YOU GET BETSY'S POINTERS The inconsistency of men beats all. First he says a woman cannot use a hammer and in the next breath says she knows more about knocking than a master carpenter. The best knocker I know is R. S. BROWN who has prices on Dry Goods, Gents Furnishing Goods and Shoes knocked down to suit the smallest purse. Glen Lily Flour, and we Guarantee you that you will be SATISFIED. DEPOSIT YOUR WHEAT WITH US. of Kentucky's Junior Senator. There, for a more than a third of a century, he was a familiar figure upon the streets of Lancaster, and as a practicing attorney his eloquent voice was often heard in the courts. Although the Senator's political triumphs have removed him from the yet honored and revered by those who know him best as one of Kentucky's most gifted sons. old home he is Garrard Milling Co. Democrats of Garrard county have selected their candidate for RepThe form Convention to be held in Louis- resentative J. M. Farra, and he looks ville Ky. on August 15th 1911. Said every inch a winner. Prominent as a Mass Convention is called pursuant to farmer and a close student of econoa call of the State Central and Exec- mic questions, Mr. Farrar is looked uputive Committe of the Democratic par- on as an ideal candidate for the posity of the state of Keneucky, and dele- tion to which he aspires. In the primgates will be selected according to said ary election he defeated J. A. Doty, Clerk, an old Confederate call of said Committee. ThisAug 1,1911. soldier, and the present Representative Jas. I. Hamilton, Chm. Dem. Com. of Gar. Co. Ky. J. O. Bogie. Mr. Farra won out by a systematic canvass in which he met every voter in the county Trial Continued. and his campaign methods are causing James Ellis and Fount Helton were the Republicans much alarm. placed on trial inhe circuit court in Somerset last week charged with the That a vigorous campaign is ahead killing of Justic Beatty and Constable is attested by the organization of a Heath at Burnside. Because of the Democaatic campaign committee, at absence of a witness and Jthe refusal the head of which is W. H. Brown a of the Commonwealth to admit as true prominent business man of Lancaster. an affidavit as to what the missing wit- Mr. Brown says he "is a Democrat beness would state, the trial was con- cause he can't help it" and that he tinued until September 11th. There is entertains no fears of the result in considerable feeling in Pulaski county November. against these men, and because of this, County Judge A. D. Ford, who is and to avoid the possibility of mob vioserving his third term, has announced lence Judge Bethurum ordered them he will retire. Former Chief of removed to the jail at Danville for safe that Police J. A. Beasley, who gained an keeping, where they will remain until enviable reputation for having rid Lanthe time for their trial, caster of bootleggers and blind tigers, is an announced candidate for the place "Tutt" Burnam Dead. C. A. Arnold. as is Hon. E. Tutt Burnam of Richmond For sheriff of the county a three died at John Hopkins Hospital in BalMd. last Saturday. Mr. Bur- cornered fight is now on with perhaps timore nam had been undergoing treatment at two other candidates yet to announce.' C. A. Robinson, the present chief dethe hospital for about six weeks. Mr. Burnam was Referee in Bank- puty, is out for the place and has pitted against him W. L. Law-so- n ruptcy for this district, and was an and Ashby Arnold. Former Asof the Kentucky legislature. He was a brother of Messrs Robert, sessor W. S. Carrier and J. R. Rubles Rollins and Thomas Burnam and Miss are receptive candidates, and it is said, Lucy Burnam of Richmond. His re- combine their interests and become a mains were buried in Richmond Tues- formidable ticket, one taking the position of sheriff and the other chief deday afternoon. puty. "Tutt" Burnam was by no means a Btranger in Garrard county and was a E. B. Ray of the Buckeye section, frequent visitor in Lancaster, where he and David Sanders are announced canhad many warm friends. He was a didates for County Assessor and will big hearted, whole souled fellow, one make active canvasses. who made friends of all with whom he Green Clay Walker, editor of the came in contact and his popularity was Central Record, who has a license to only limited by his acquaintanbe. practice law, has announced his canAll Roads' Lead To Lexington This Week, didacy for the office of County Attorney, the present incumbent, J. E. The Blue Grass Fair opened at Lex- Robinson, having declined to make the ington Monday and will continue race for a third term. Mr. Walker is throughout the week. Large crowds a young man and has for some time are attending, the weather is fine, the hesitated about giving up the editorial show of stock unprecendented and the sanctum for the practice of the law. music simply grand. The United If he is as successful in the latter as States Marine Band under the leader- in the former his record will be one to ship of Lieutenant Santelman is fur- be proud of; nishing the music and those who have Accused Of SteaJiug. heard it are loud in their praise. It was no little trouble to secure this band E. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Me. for the occasion, and it was only done boldly accuses Bucklen's Arnica Salve though the intercession of Hon. Champ oi stealing the sting from burns or Clark; the consent of the president, scalds the pain from sores of all kinds and the Secretary of War had to be the distress from boils or piles. "It obtained, then furloughs for each and robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains and every member, Bixty seven in all, be- injuries of their terror," he says, "as fore they could come. Lexington is a healing remedy its equal don't exthe only place they may be heard, and ist." Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & it is well worth the trip over there to Son. hear the music. ty Monuments of all kinds and of the Lancaster, Kentucky. afrgHlafTHJiirmJoi WMflJllTgMl:r5MlWl frHJS ITtifljl BEST MATERIAL. Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed A representative of our Company will be at the Kengarlan Hotel in Lancaster, every county court day. r Flour, Goal, Salt, Shingles J 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. 1STUDEBAKER W A kb N S . HARRIS a WHEELER, KENTUCKY. house-to-hou- se NICHOLASVILLE. GLASS and SAUNDERS CAMP NELSON, KY. Red Top 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. ex-Sher- Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest ) Satis-factor- J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. y ex-Sher- iff Hoofing made today. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. ASK YOUR DEALER Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- r. Haselden Bros. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. ROBINSON, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. R. T. EMBRY, 9K Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, .Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr.' W. M. Elliott, Directors. ." ' HELLO! IS THAT EASY AND AFC TO USE Beazley Phone or call on us CS, Haselden? YES. Bank of Lancaster, Ky. INEXPENSIVE. Do you write Fire and Tornado IN KILLS LICE ON ALL LIVE SURANCE? at The National 8TQQK. 1-- m DISINFECTS. CLEANSES. PURIFIES. N Telephones Installed Since 5 chants. Use D. D. D., that mild, soothing wash, that recognized remedy for EcJ. E. Stormes, Druggist. zema and all skin troubles. First R. S. Brown, General Merchandise. drops take away that awful burning Ball & Holtzclaw, Grocers. itch, cleanse the skin wash away Davidson & Walker, Grocers. every pimple evsry impurity. NothT. Currey, Grocery. ing like D. D. D. for the complexion. J: N. Ross, Grocery. Get a 25c trial bottle today, worth Turner & Carpenter, Grocery. D. T. Brummett, Grocery. ten times its cost to have a bottle in the house. At any rate, drop in today And try a 10. ct3 cake of CREME than soap made purely. and investigate the merit of this SOAP prescription. For sole by wonderful and comDlection'beautifier. R. E, McRoberts & Son Its-more Wash Those Pimples off. Call On'The Following Mer- lw way mms that K i MMStHy m mry lira. - May 1st, 191 1. CURES MANGC.SCAB, RINGWORM, SCRATCHES Dittroys All OltitM lirftit AWAY OMVES rUE R. E. McRoberts & Son. IIKI VOI Pill lOOELITf .- fcr Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. Residence Bright's Bend. 383-James Rankin Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. 384-T. C. Rankin Grocery Campbell St. , 213 Turner & Carpenter T... .Residence Crab Orchard St. . 381 Miw Margaret anone . 'Paota thtntn vniir tilnhnnf rwV U A A . 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop' 165 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan 363-J. W. Mahan . . '374-- S G. A.!Morgan.V... 186 Misses Moss & Lay 365 Dr. R. L. Pontius S 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. , - -- . - 4 The Bastia Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster, Kyd ) ras-- ! Pk: .rfy ?- r ra e? Ajanai jau J S THE HOME OF REAL BARGAIN Np Special Skle but our usual Low Price on goods of QUALITY and STYLE. NO CAST OFFS. Watch Our Table and Counter Values. I M 50c Cotton Voils 29cts. 50c Foulards 29cts. 35c Linweaves J9cts. 25c Dimities lets. 25c Dress Linens 14c. 1 3 - -- The Joseph Mercantile Company. AH -- :.:. 50 and 75c Corset Covers 39c. $1.50 Muslin Skirts 98cts. $4.00 Princess Slips $2.98. $3.00 Princes Slips $1.98. cts. 25c Suitings 15c Lawns lOcts. "10c Lawns 8cts. 11 yj Aboard 1 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 iHiiiiyis Gossip About People NVN I A Brief Mention of the Comings and Coins by Those We Are Interested In. I . lumber needed and the time and money thus saved will amaze you. W. C. Price of Danville is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price. Miss Fannie Tinder left Wednesday to visit friends in Lexington. Harvey McLean of Nashville is visiting Mr. a.id Mrs. J. G. Burnside. Miss Eliza Lunsford is in Cincinnati visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott. Mrs. T. B, Walker is making a recuperative stay at Dripping Springs. Miss Minnie Brown leaves this week for a visit to friends in Nicholasville. Johnnie Simpson is enjoying an outing at the famous Crab Orchard springs. Sherley Hudson was in Danville Saturday with his aunt Mrs. John Cotton. Miss Bettie West is in Danville visiting her sister Mrs. George Robinson. Miss Jennie Lackey is in Danville for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. H. Herbert Price. Miss 'Carrie' Woods' of Manchester, Ohio, is visiting Mrs. Sallie McCor-mac- Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. c OiffiifgiimiiEBfftLttfRifirrraBTrti. rmmmnMmn&mnmmmm. iwe. Ore 1-- Se AT THE llW Ice ' k. WIMP - AT - 2C Per Pound H. V. W cm Hi cfltfplji BAST IN. liuSJiisnfilSilfliiiijSSi aaMutUHfaifiBi mSEBBmH Mrs. Margaret Folger of Nicholasville is visiting her nieces the Misses Monday. Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear and children attended the Lexington fair Mrs. Jennie Scott left Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott of Cin- Thursday. cinnati. Misses Martha and Helen Gill are guests of Mrs. Chenault at Crab OrMiss Virginia Goodloe has returned to Springfield after a visit to Lancas- chard springs. ter relatives. Miss Mae Anna Lee and Master Albert Burns of Paris have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hill of Stanford have been recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Tapp. Mrs. John Walters. Mrs. Jennie Scott and niece Miss Jennie Cox left Sunday for a two week Miss Pearl Aldridge of Stanford has been the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. stay in Cincinnati. J. Raymond Haselden. Miss Kathleen Walter will be the Lucy Francis has been the re- guest of Miss Mae Elenor Mast at Crab Miss cent guest of her cousin Mrs J. F. Orchard this week. Cummins of Stanford. Mrs. Thomas Roice and daughters of Chenault Elmore of Birmingham is Decater III, were with Mrs. A. F. at home for a visit to his parents Mr. Sanders this week. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore. Miss Bessie Yantis eas returned to Miss Ruth Waller has returned to her home in Indianaples after a visit to her home in Louisville after a visit to Lancaster relatives. Miss Flossie May Sutton. Mrs. Elbert Smith and children of Mrs. Rebecca Perryman and son, Jellico are here for a visit to Senator Raymond are at home again after a and Mrs. George T. Farris. visit to friends at Corbin. Mrs. Erastus Bowles and two little Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robinson and children of Paris have been visiting in Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Farra left Monday Lancaster and Kirksville. Mrs Moore of Liberty, is here visitreturned after a stay of some weeks ing her daughter, Mrs E. B. Wilkerson. the Crab Orchard Sanitorium. at Miss Kathleen Walter's visitor, Miss Miss Ardelia, Turner is visiting in May Burton, of Louisville left Friday to Nicholasville. Miss Stella Sanders is in Lexington make a visit in Danville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs J. E. Robinson and Mr. visiting relatives. v and Mrs J. M. Farra and Miss Johnetta Mrs. Adam Kelley was a visitor in are spending some time at Estill Springs Cincinnatti Sunday. I Mrs Rachel Austin, and Mrs S. B. Robert Tomlinson went to Lexington Henry and daughter, Miss Ella, have Wednesday for the fair. returned from several months visit in Miss Amanda Anderson visited Mrs. the South. Daley at Marksbury last week. Miss Mary Doty and brother Alex Dr. and Mrs. J A. Amon were guests Doty and George Barkley Walker left at the Lexington fair Wednesdey. Monday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Miss Eliza Lunsford has gone for a William Doty at Winsboro, South Carolina. months stay with relatives in Panola. Mrs. J. B. Soper entertained at a 6 Mrs. Daley entertained Mrs. McDer-m- it o'clock dinner on Tuesday evening in and Miss Jennie at 6 o'clock dinner honor of Misses Susie Craig of Shelby-vill- e Mrs. Mattie P.Frisbie and grandson and Kathleen Hanley of Nicholashave returned from a visit to Danville. ville. Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Scott left Miss Katie Simpson gave a hoice Wednesday for a short visit in Lexingluncheon Saturday morning course ton. from nine to eleven in honor of her reMiss Bessie Singleton is now engag- cent visitor Miss Jessie Powell of ed in teaching the schoel at Bryants-vill- Hustonville. J. Bradford Jennings of Pecos, Mrs. Sadie Chairs Davis and daugh- Texas was here for a few days visit ter of Florida are here visiting rela- before going to New York to purchase tives, goods for the large mercantile firm he Mrs., Joe Hinternish, of Covington is is connected with. here visiting her daughter, Mrs. N. The following composed a partv who Miller. motored to the Lexington fair Wednesday, Louis Tinder and sisters Misses Col Bennett Young of Louisville was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie Delia and Fannie, Misses Fannie West J ! I e. BUENA VISTA Master Willie Lane, who has been quite ill, is convalescent. Recleaned Seed Rye and Seed Wheat for sale. Hndson & Hnghes. Miss Nancy Mae Ison is visiting her grandfather and family. Miss Williams .of Louisville is the guest of Mesdames Lane and Walton. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Christopher are visiting in Lexington and attending the Fair. Born to the wife of Mr. Frank Wells on the 30 ult, a son christined Paul Elliott. William Christopher and daughter visited relatives in Lexington last week. Miss Alice Scott has been chosen assistant teacher in the Bryantsville pub, r YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. 31 For Sale. Upright piano, in good condition, price 95.00. Apply at this ofllce. For Sale. , I will sell or exchange for farm, my stock of goods at the Shugar Creuk bridge.. For further information call J. W. Walker. Turner and Carpenter is the place for good things to eat -tf 8-l- -2t For Sale Two mule foot boar hogs weighing about 175 lbs. 2-J- S. C. Denny. 3t. lic school. Otis Blakeman and wife of Jessamine were with the family of Mr. Calvin Blakeman a part of last week, Mr. John Nickols, wife and two daughters of Mercer County were the guest of Mrs. Nannie Jennings. Tom Skinner has been elected principal of the Graded school at Petersburg Ky. He returned from there Saturday Call for staple and fancy grocer ies. Chas. Baierlein. It Dont fail to come to Opera House Saturday night. Your account i3 past due I need tha money. Please come in and settle at once. Rella Arnold. Lost: At the Lancaster fair, a gold headed umbrella. Return to this office and receive reward. - 9- Tbey sever need repair, never need any attention in fact except an occasional coat of paint They're Fireproof Stormproof and suitable for all Idnda .of. building. For further detailed information apply to for a stay at Estill Springs. Mrs. Annie Gastineau and children of Decatur Illinois are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Josh Hurt Mrs. Lizzie Denny has returned after a visit .of several weeks to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Walker of-- upper Garrard. Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Ballard and Miss Marguerite Kinnaird were at Crab Orchard Friday night for the dance. Miss Jessie Powell left Saturday for her home at Hustonville after a two weeks visit to her cousin Miss Katie Mr. and Mrs. Wood Burnside and sister Alice Rigney were visitors at the Lexington fair Wednesday. Mr. Jim Hilton has returned to his home in Middlesboro, after a pleascnt visit to his sister, Mrs. Malcom House. Mrs. Maurice Thompson entertained quite a number at her country home at an elaborate course' dinner Wednesnay. Miss. Rella Arnold leaves Saturday for a stay in the cities of Cincinnati Indianapolis, Chicago, St Louis and Louisville. Cal Locontractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, GROCERIES and MEATS That are GUARANTEED tO'please. Mrs. Ethel West Darnold has returned from a protracted visit to Mrs. Dar Simpson. nold and Miss Gertrude Darnold at Dr. O'Bannon of Stanford and Mr,. Taylorsville. James O'Bannon of Greenville, Miss Mrsv Henry Simpson was hostess at issippi visited their uncle Mr. J. K. an elaborate course luncheon the West last Friday. honor guest being Miss Jessie Powell R. Zimmer, Dr. Charles Zimmer, of Hustonville. James W. Smith and A. T. Anderson Mrs. W. M. Porter and sister Miss boarded the last Sunday morning exLizzie Grimes were guests at a cursion for Cincinnati. sumptuous dinner at the home of Mrs. Misses Gertrude and Sarah Richard- Breathitt Brown. son have returned to their home at Miss Sallie T. Smitn and Miss Junction City after a stay with Mr. Robinson of the new Danville and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson. Pike spent Saturday and Sunday with .Miss Kathleen Hanley returned to Miss Bessie Tnomal at Hyattsville, her home in Nicholasville Monday af ter a visit of several days to her Dr. andMrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta and Mr. R. L. Elkin left Saturday for friend Miss. Minnie Brown. an outing to Atlantic City Old Point Mrs. William Anderson and children Comfort and other, interesting places. I Per-meal-ia Davidson &9s: KJ -- , ?m rt&mM., Wmfcen . of Birmingham, Alabama are with her Mrs. D. D. Geiger has returned to parents Mr. and Mrs. J; B; Kemper her home in Huntington, West Virginia for a stay of several weeks. after a. short visit to, her sisters, Mrs. GedrgeM. Patterson anddaugh-teriMiB. F. Hudson-anW. 0. Grace Helen Patterson have Mes-dames ss d First class cleaning and pressing at Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Proctor, Mr. the Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co. l'hontt Atwood Proctor and family all of Mer- 340. L. W. Faulkner. Mgr. cer county spent Sunday with Will Notice. Scott and family. Mrs. Miles of Nicholasville Mesdame City taxes are due and the book has and Mary Elmore. Adkinson of Oklahoma and Will Hamil- been turned over to me for collection. Miss Susie Craig who has been visit- ton of Lancaster were visiting their Please call and pay your city taxes as the city needs the money. L. E. Hor-ro- n ing Misses Minnie and Bessie Brown aunt Mrs. James Christopher. City Marshal. leaves Saturday for a visit to Lexington relatives before returning to her A King Who Left Home. home in Shelbyville. set the world to talkiug, but Paul Misses Helen and Martha Gill enter- Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y. says he tained, at "500" at their home Satur- always KEEPS AT HOME the King of day afternoon. A dainty and well ap- all Laxatives Dr. King's New Life pointed menu added greatly to the Pills and that they're a blessing to all afternoons enjoyment. his family. Cure constipation, head- Garrard Circuit Court. ache, indigestion, dyspopsia, Only 25c Dan Simpson, et al, .Plffs. Miss Franky KaufTman left WednesVs. lm at R. E. McRoberts & Son. cousin Miss Van Green-lea- f day to visit her Mary F. Miller, et al Def ts. in Richmond, and from there she Pursuant to a judgement of the Garwill go to.Columbus, Ohio, to make a Sale Of Land And Stock. rard Circuit Court rendered in the visit to her sister Mrs. John Shackelstyle cause at its June term 1911, I will offer for sale on Wednesday signed ford. August 23, 1911 the farm on which I the underAugust, commissioner will on Monday, 28th. 1911 this day Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn was a live, one mile South of Bryantsville being County Court day, between ths eleven charming young hostess Tuesday even- adjoining the Camp Dick Robinson land hours of noon, o'clock a. m. and twelve sell friends. The with a frontage of half a mile on the o'clockof the Court at public outcry in ing to a number of her eight miles from Lan- front Kentucky, House door in Lanbeautiful and spacious yard was illumi- Lexington pike caster, to the highest and nated with Japanese lanterns and the caster and Danville, consisting of three best bidder the following real property dainty luncheon served made the occa- hundred and thirtyfive acres. All of said land has been in blue grass Said land is located in Garrard Counsion a very pleasant one. for several years except forty five ty, Ky. on the waters of Sugar Creek A family picnic was held in the yard acres, most of which is in tobacco and and is bounded on the West by Sugar Creek; on the North by the lands of which was illuminated with Japanese hemp. The entire farm is excellent John Adams, on the South by the lands lanterns on Thursday night at the hos tobacco and hemp land. The place is of Norman Grow and on the North by pitable home of Mr. and Mrs. U. D. well watered by four living springs the lands of James Sanders and con The guest of honor was which will afford water for any amount tains about 1 acres, more or less. Simpson. Said sale will be on a credit of six their cousin, Miss Jessie Powell of of stock, also one pond. and twelve months time. Purchaser Hustonville. A most tempting repast The main residence on the Lexington will be required to give bond with apwas served. pike is a two story frame nine room proved security, said bonds bearing 6 dwelling with all necessary out building per cent interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect Misses Joan and Margarite Mount, including a new stock barn 40x60 with of a judgement upon which execution Kavanaugh, Lettie Edna and Martha a mule shed 60x20 and a nice young may issne, if not paid at maturity. Mae McRoberts and Allie Yantis were orchard. It also has a seven room Lien retained on the land to secure the entertained at luncheon, Wednesday house and twelve acre tobacco barn payment of the purchase money. at the beautiful colonial home of Miss located so the farm can be easily dividJ. A. Amon, M. C. G. C. C. Kathleen Walter in honor of her guests ed. Miss Mary Burton of Louisville and I will also offer a farm of one hund- Ip The District Court of The United States Miss Mae Elenor Mast, of Little Rock, red and forty two acres, most of which Arkansas. is in blue grass, with a seven acre toFor the Eastern District of Ken- D. W. Bridges bacco barn, small stock barn and dwellCadiz Record- :- Prof. who has been in Chicago taking a ing. This land raises fine hemp and iBcky in Bankruptcy. Said special two months course, reached tobacco and is well watered. Cadiz last Saturday and joined Mrs. land is one half mile from Bourne on Bridges and D. Warren, Jr., who have the Mt Hebron pike. In the matter of Coy S. Sanders a been visiting Mrs. Bridges mother, Mrs. LIVE STOCK. Bankrupt M. H. Jagoe. They left yesterday for At the same time I will offer my live On this 20th day of July A. D 1911, Richmond, Ky., where Mr. Bridges was stock consisting of 6 good brood mares; on considering the petition of the aforeelected some time ago as the superin- 1 four year old large brown team; 1 said bankrupt for discharge, filed on tendent of the graded school of that five year old bay gelding, good driver; the 5th day of July A. D., 1911, it is place. old geldings broken to ordered by the court that a hearing be 2 nice two-ye2 nice yearling fillies; 3 yearling had upon the same on the 22nd day of drive; Attack like Tigers. mules; 3 nice mule colts; 1 nine year August A. D., 1911, before said court In fighting to keep .the blood pure old saddle pony mare well broken for at Covington in said district at. 10 the white corpuscles attack disease children; 2 'filly ponies, comming 3 and o'clock, in the forenoon, or as near germs like tigers. But often germs' 4 years old, broken; 2 horse ponies com thereto as practicable, and that notice multiply so fast the little fighters are ing 5 and 6, broken; 1 yearling filly thereof be published one time in The Central Record, a newspaper printed in overcome. Then see pimples, boils, pony and one horse pony colt eczema, salt rheum and sores multiply This is "all Kentucky stock of good said district, and all known creditors and strength and appetite fail. This breeding, bred and raised by me on the and other persons in interest may apcondition demands Electric Bitters to farm. 42 exra nice 850 to 900" ltr Steers pear at 'said time and place and show regulate stomach, liver and kidneys quality good; 90 fat heifers from 750 to. cause, if any they have, why the prayer and to expel poisons from the blood. 9001bs, in carload lots; 165 stock .ewes,. wyfrsaid; petitioner should not be granted. Y.;v A TTAHAw.t.lA T f "They are 'the best blood purifier," ages good; also some farming imple writes C. T. Budahn, of Tracy, Calif., ments. Sale will begin at 10 o'clock, CochraB,: Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof,-- , at'Covington in said dis"I have ever found." They make sharp. A good, lunch for all. trict, on. the 50th day of- - July A. D. rich, red blood, strong nerves and Terms made known on day of sale. 1911. B F. PATTON. build up your health. Try them. 50c J. W. Menzies,- - Clerk. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. I. M. Dunn, Auct night. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. ve to-wi- t; 1 ar . 1-- m lc Sj n ' . . I 5 B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. s ORGANIZED 1SS3. FARMER'S COLUMN ! ripaco below this heading is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, nud Is for the sale of stock, grain and such tilings on farm as the farmer cauuot nfford to advertise. No notice will be ncrcpteil over four lines, and will he only lu .vo Issues of the Record, free of chaipe CATARRH Cured by the B. B.-Tested MarrehiRhr Century, B. for 30 Years. An Te Citizens National Bank UI1' liAINUAbllliK, iVI. q SURPLUS $30,000. CAPITAL $50,000. W. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. For Salc One good yearling Bull. J. H. Thompson. Preachersville, Ky. Recleaned Seed Rye and Seed Wheat for sale. Hudson & Hughes. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. ; 'n J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. OLi5EnE33rE33F":S5vS. James G. Conn sold to Jesse Fox 7, 200 pound hogs (a G els per lb, For Sale Boars. A few Registered Jersey Jiis N. Denny. &. Lancaste Colored Fair AUGUST 11th and George Moran, Pres. W. A. Arnold bought a nice combined six year old mare of Robert Long for $200. Mr. Alex West sold a pair of mules to Ben Bright of Boyle county for 8375. 12th, 1911. James B. Williams, Sec. Lancaster, Kentucky. r For Sale: Three pure bred yearling South-dowbucks and forty young ews All pure breds. J. F. Robinson n Hawking, spitting, foul breath, discharges of yellow matter permanently cured with pure botanical ingredients. To prove it we will send you a sample treatment free. Catarrh is not only dangerous but it causes ulcerations, death and decay of bones, kills ambition, often causes loss of appetite and reaches to general debility, idiocy' and insanity. It needs attention at once. Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It is a quick, radical, permanent cure because it rids the system of the poison germs that cause catarrh. &t the same time Blood Balm (B B. B.) purifies the blood, does away with every symptom of catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling Hood of warm, rich, pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves, and parts affected by catarrhal noison. eivimr warmth and strength just where it is needed and in this way making a perfect, lasting cuiy of catarrh in all its .forms. Druggists or by express, $1 per large bottle, with directions for nome cure. Sample sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, ba. Describe your trouuie and tree medical auvice given, bold by F. I, r risbie. lm An Ordinance. Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. Ordinance Providing For Sale Of A Telephone r WsAiaRiiDS I Go to oooeooocooowoo$cdl Franchise In The City wwswwwwwMCM, the BEST Place if you want the BEST WORK. VS We have the only Steam Stpr-Lurinda Raines Deft. The City Council of the city of LanPursuant to a judgment of the Gar-- ! "izer n tow for Massage. caster. Garrard Couity, State of Shon do ordain as follows- rard Circuit Court rendered in the on Richmond St, Sec. 1. That there is hereby created ?ve styled cause at its June term 1911, the under signed State Of Kentucky. Of Lancaster Garrard County Garrard Circuit Court. PIff, James I. Hamilton Ken-tuck- v. I commissioner and estabhrhed a franchise or privilege to erect, operate and maintain a tele- will on Monday, August 28th. 1911, phone exchange embracing central of- this day being County Court day, befice apparatus, telephone poles, fixtur- tween the hours of eleven o'clock a. m. es, cables and wires along, through, and twelve o'clock noon, sell at pub over and under the streets, sidewalks lic outcry in iront ot tne court House and alleys of the said citj of Lancas-U- door in Luocaster, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder the following Ky. 2. The said franchise or pnvil-- . i cat ijiuijcil) , located in Garrard Coun- ege shall continue for the period of . Sarld ' " wat' of SugIJlr .Cp?ek twenty years from and after the time i is bounded as fol ows;- - Beginning the same shall take effect. a in aec. . baid poles, fixtures, cables iac ,i (juuiL xt,. nit; iiuume oi i ougaroreeK . auuTxi. tiwuiuu .i: iiHui. corner 10 uiil and wires shall be erected and main- Mt. Hebron church lot and W. Nel tained in a substantial and workman- son and in line to A. R. Dean; P.thence like manner; said poles shall be neatly with said Dean S 8G E passing afore ' painted and shall be so located as not anu ai t ueecn at ir,za cnams, in all to interfear with the legitimate enter-anc- e 45.81 chains to a stake (Ift. east of a . to any adjacent private property, nor to obstruct the free use of said beech stump, corner to T. W. Thomp- r, HENRV DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barekr Jersey Bull Heniy S. iu-it.- ;- VI t- - Simpson 8842 Season 191 r. J. W. S VV E E N E Y. f nusofSncStr"vefeiS bear skin cloak between Paint Lick and Lancaster. Please return to Oscar Boyle. LOST-White rtTji2;T,.2&lj':,r-r--?- WE HAVE PLEN- Thomas Rankin purchased at Richmond court, seven mules aged 4 to 7 years at an average of $175. per head. spot, name on collar; J. M. B. Reward if returned to J. M. Broaddus, Phone 395-W. B. Burton bought at Richmond court a pair of mules for a mule for $1G2.50 and a harness horse for TY OF CASH to meet all checks on Lost Hound:-Yell- ow this bank without delay. The Garrard Bank &. Trust Co., carries a larger cash reserve than the banking laws call tV IS! 50. if ways in a position to i$yz -s make prompt cash loans 1 have no ac- security. If to depositors on acceptable count then this fact may make it worth yum while to open one. rrt rvr ni rfX && 'gspz&zv jq g0 old. Also 1 bull calf ready subject to register. H. C. Arnold, Hyattsville, Ky. For Salc 40 ewes from 2 fr to-- years service, 1 0 good young Ewes and eight good Bricks. J. F. Thompson R.F.D.No-Stansord Ky. Phone SALE-nin- ety 4 For 382. S. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. 'ggRgrgrsrnnrfl. xjr&msuMLSEBsmMM wm I id) r j? P Bigger and Better Than Ever some 100 pound duroc boare, good ones. J. W. Elmore. 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. I have for sale some nice voung cows fresh, gentle and good milkers, also NINTH ATCNUA'L 0a B James I. Hamilton bought of Ross a tract of land in the "Cat section containing SG acres for per acre and sold it to John N. for $75. 00 per acre. Frank Hole" $72.50 White mht 02 JW aSBQBO so LOUISVILLE :c?e SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. I'LL BE THERE -- 2 WILL YOU? : Col. Joe Embry declares the mule show at the Lancaster fair was the best he had seen in many years. He is an expert judge of mules and belives the br"ed is improving wonderfully ir. Central Kentucky. Climax. Thirty Years Together. THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION- HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY-MORE CLASSES AIS'B LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER -- For information or catalogue write to PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones Building- - M SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETUHN Sunday, Aug 13th. Thirty years of association-thin- k of it. How the merit of a good thing stands out in that time or the worthlessness of a bad one. So thers's no guess work in this evidence of Thos. Ariss, Concord, Mich., who writes: "I hav.e used Dr. King's New Discovery for 30 years, and its the best caugh and cold cure I ever used." Once it finds entrance in a home you can't pry it out. Many families have used it forty years. It's the most infallible throat and lung medicine on earth. Unequaled for asthma, croup, quinsy or sore lungs. Price 50c, $1.00 Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. hay-feve- r, 1-- m $1.50 Trip Round (HM S .so IHBHHHflflHl SPECIAL TRAIN jlriXJSHB3HB I A special train of eighteen cars left here Friday morning loaded with 237 head of fat cattle, sold by W. J. & B. A. Thomas, of this county, to Simeon Weil, the agent of Nelson, Norris & Co., of Chicago, at 6 J cents. The cattle averaged 1,500 pounds. Six carloads of the best are consigned to New York; the other twelve will be exported to England. This is the largest shipment of btef cattle ever made from Shelby county. Shelby Sentinel, CURED TO STAY CURED. Com- Leaves Junction City 5s56 a.m. u & ii g u &5 Eklla liilA&S All i .LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY v :Sg; r ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. How Lancaster Citizens Can Find plete Freedom From Lidney Troubles, If you suffer from backache From urinary disorders From any disease of the kidneys, Be cured to stay cured. Doan's Kidney Pills' make lasting cures. Ef fU S3 I fjj S AUibU5l Lf 8 Q Ifi 11 19"0 ( PJcr Firj-v- ? Kfirch&e 2 I '' I U.S. JJar me Bandy Daily Concerts " - -- 1 rnl II .i . r ..!.. " U Aeroplane Flights Daily by j. A. B. McCurdy j."1" jm i nrwimn 3pAJ ? m ir m ri Saddle Horse Futurity Grateful people testify. Here's one case of it: James J. Hill, High St., Nicholas-villKy., says: "some time ago my back ached severely and I felt weary and restless. Pains frequently darted through my kidneys and were so severe that I found it difficult to stoop or straighten. I was also troubled by an annoying weakness of the kidneys. The kidney secretions were highly colored and contained sediment I was always on the lookout for a remedy that would give me relief, and finally I heard about Doan's Kidney Pills. I procured a box and shortly after beginning their use, I found that they were helping me. The improvement continued as I kept taking them and it was not long before the trouble was entirely removed." (Statement glren e, m Greatest CckSnpw in the VorW Tbree OlLir Rich Saddle Horse Stakes IligH- - Class RunHing-an- d IN PREMIUMS v Harness Races Daily Best cf all American Horse Shows Splendid Display of Every Class cf Live Stock HERBERT A. KLINE C3B CARMAl COMPANY ysi20ao: fi "uS&ZaEZ J0UETT SH0USE, Sec'y, Lexington, Ky. o May 15th, 1905.) A LASTING EFFECT. On March 2, 1908, Mr. Hill said: "The benefit I derived from the use of Doan's Kidney Pills five years ago has been permanent. I gladly confirm my previous statement." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n cents. Co., Buffr'o, New York, sole agents for the Uinc d Foster-Milbur- States. Remember the take no other. name Doan's-a- :.d .. , 1. , ... jm...oowio jl . ....u.. ... a- .,.i.22r i r, Odlce over Miss Arnold'-- Millinery signs suaii promptly replace all paving &anu macadamizing that may be distur- - s;,i f rnfi'f (term r to S. F Shar-pbed by said purchaser in settimr said inence wun bnearer, falling into anil poles, and shall at said purchasers own with said road S 76? expense remove all dirt and debries 7( v 1.40 chains toW 4.40 chains N point that may ante in making excavations middle of said road and acorner toin the same; purpose and shall remove all thence leaving for that road and RUNNING RACES WILL BE GIVEN foliage and limbs taken from trees and S 9i W 3S.40 chains to awith his line point in the all kinds of fabrics while in running or Ml Work Guaranteed. ON EACH OF THE SIX DAYS edjre repairing lines. All work of setting North line of branch, corner tn same and in to Gilbert Turner; thence! OF BLUE GRASS FAIR. Tpoles shall be done under the supervi- up said branch with its meanders and , uu3t ljleK' Kentuckx sion of the street committee and it with said 4 shall be the duty of said committee to (21 V o Turner N 41 W C . chains N chains to a point feet Westi Each Day Will Witness a Cup Race see that the pro ibior.s of this ordinan- of a young elm N '31 W 3.5 chains N ce are faithfully complied with. 79 W 1;42 Open to All MeT.Liers of the GenN Sec. 5 Tu'j city of Lancaster shall ' a black chains on 42 W 3.15 chains to walnut south bank N" 4fU tlemen's Driving Club of ., .. have the right to place, maintain anu w xr .1.1. ns N 59 Lexington. operate its lire and police wires upon w. Lfifi riUina v" j in ..,. r ,...:.! a, mj ,1 .... ....! .J chains - ' j 3 33 y 3.64 puic-- ui .im puiuiiuser vwunin corpor ate limits of said city) free of charge, j i;nk's" to a point chains N Sh E 69 Ofiiice over Logan's store. on North bank of An excellent speed program has nuiuiu sum wires snail ue sa locateu h toiu can a stone) corner " " "" "?'iUij l"!to said Turner and Tom Mnntmnwn.v P.esidence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. been arranged for the Blue Grass fair .?:...;!." ''" ::,a V wun tne wires 01 said which will be hold at Lexington the nueriere The purchaser agrees to iur-- 1 thenct. up a drain wjth sa5( Mon"t: -chaser lur;!omery N 42i E 1.73 chains N 37 E week of August 7th to 12th. On each iiifei,. 11 uu Call and see us for a good ine uiy 01 , of the six days will be given running Lancaster, yicuarsuio disr:ine. r.U- - ;5.o7 chain - N 48 - E 2 chains N 37 E 4 t iv , to cnains i races and on Monday, Tuesday, Wed Cut Clean Shave Montgomery aSnyifriam Shearer 'at nesday, Thursday and Friday there , .. v ... (mil r. .. . . La nni-. i.ii tiKimo in cm ,ii trimms 10 a noint.TL. n1. Tiin Tinhiia n , & . n .v city. vmih iiu iniir will be races for light harness horses within said " ""' ino l,Uilc uuuei: in iown. m the Sec. 6. If after said exchang is es- tnence before mentioned dirt road; , as well. On each of these days will witn the middle and meanders See the tall sign, North side or be witnessed a cur race orrn to mem tablished, said purchaser, his succeiS- - ot said road i OS W 7.IU chains N 40$ to perform all hers of the Gentlemen's Driving club ors or assigns, shall fail this ordinance, W 7 chains N 53? W 13.6S to beginn-ir.- g Public Square. terms and conditions of containing 122. 85 acres. of Lexington and one of the several said Lity council may. alter giving M. races for which monetary prizes are said purchaser, his successor or assigns This sale is for the purpose of satisfying a debt to James 352. offered. reasonable notice of such failure, and 19 with interest at I6Hamilton of from cent The 2:10 trot is scheduled for the such failure is not remedied, revoke all May 26th 1909 to date persale, princiof afternoon of Monday, August 7th; the rights and privileges herJm granted. pal and interest amounting to SIM-T.. .. : : r.r ui trot for Tuesday after- and cause all poles, wirs and appars.- - nni ti tl'A ""'.J' timuuil noon; the 2:0 pace for Wednesday; tus erected under this ordinance to be Ltl v.vf vtwt, tuiu 176.63. trot for Thursday, removed. Nothing in this the LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Sec. 7. franchise The lancLwill be sold as a whole or a and the 2:22 trot for Fiiday. In both shall be construed so as to gi e the trot purchaser, its successors or assigns, less number of acres if the same is Will Practice in all State Courts and the 2:1G tret and the year new any exclusive right to the privilege sufficient to pay the debt interests and at the Blue Grass fair last U. S. District Court. costs. records for the season were set. granted In Stclion 1. Terms;-Sai- d sale will be made on a Office over Police Court. Flume 191 Sec. 8. Within ten days after the credit of six and twelve There is every reason to believe that months time. these events will be equally interest- approval and publication of this or- Purchaser will be required to give bond dinance, it shall be the duty of said with approved security, ing in the contests which they offer said bonds adthis year and will piobably bring to- City Council through its Mayor to only- bearing six per cent interest from date in the Central Record, the paid and having the force of gether a larger number of horses. published in the City of andsale untilof a judgment upon which effect Fi-The most attractive featuie in the !vertise Ky.. and having a general matter of running races will Le a spe- circulation therein, for two consicu- - execution may issue if not paid at ma- - -punty.-hen is retained cial race for gentlemen riders, which tive weeks, that bids will received at secure the purchase money. on land to d has been gotten up at the request of public outcry lor the J. A. AMON, M. C. G. C. C. Cleaning and Pressing Lafranchise or privilege, and said Mayor members Gt the Lexingtou Polo-clu' In this club are being developed a shall according to such advertisements dies and Men's Garments. such bids, and report same to and the number of expeit said City Council at its next regular Gentlemen's Cup race will bring to- meeting, and said City Council shall awPhone 310. Public "Square. gether or ten of these, mounted ard suc'i fruahi e or privilege to the en some of the best thoroughbreds to highest ral best bidder, subject how ever Itf. be tound in Central Kentucky. This to the approval of said City Council. Said race will be put ou Monday afternoon, advertisement shall resenrve the light Oflief Hor.r.-of the Citv Council to reject an and Ortkv rer the opening day of the fair, and is Garrard Circuit Court. sn.m Jo Ji. lp.m. to 1. StermeV to prove one of the most attrac- all bids. The bidder to w horn such Stora be franchise tive features witnessed during the shall pay or privilege shall such awarded Newton Sanders, et al Plffs- bid in the amount of week. - Vs. 3J1. cash, or by duly certified check, to the treasurer of said City of Lancaster, Clayton Sanders, et al Def t's DENTIST. Ky., within ten days after said franTHE POULTRYSHOW Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar- - Phone 05. chise is awarded. Lancaster, Ky. Sec. 9. The Council reserves the ' raru circuit tourc rendered in tne a- The poultry show at the Blue Grass rigiit to fix the maximum rates for all bova styled: cause at its June term 1911 ;r .. . 1 fair the week of August 7th to 12th, telephone service; and before the fran- tUiT;.i uii: uuucioijiiivu lumililasiuiicr Will OU is going to be a feature of outstand- chise goes into effect the purchaser MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1911, ing importance. A classification em- thereof shall enter into a writh cr fix this day being County Court .day, bebodying pri7es for 2GS different classes ing rates and the time during which tween the hours of eleven o'clock a. m. of poultry and pigeons has been open- the rates as thus lived shall continue, nnil rwplvp nVlniO.-- nnnn cull fit rml!i phone .sy--j. iiiiij ue ie:u.uui.m ic- outcry in front of the Court House ed and every indication points, to a and the rates agrement m arranged by writing at j?or in Lancaster. Kentucky, to the Office Uver F. (!. Hurt' fnruunrr store. fiitiy list. Mr. S. II. any time. , hichest and best bidder the to mvinc .Lancaster, Lane, of Ind., has consentSec. 10. This ordinance shall take real property Kentucky ed to judge the poultry. Dr. C. W. effect and be in full force from and af' Said land is located on Back Creek in Trapp, of Lexington, will judge the ter its passage. the County of Garrard and the State of ! pigeons. The sIkw is being managed H. T. Logan Mayor. JventucKy, anu oour.ueu as toliows; Be by men who lme been prominent in R. W. McRt baits Clerk. ginning at a stone in w aiKer s line a Blue Grass Pouitiy association, who beech marked as a pointer; thence N27 are thoroughly in touch with poultry W 45 poles to a stake in a branch;thence Contused Impressions. down the same S 061 W 32 5 poles to conditions throughcut the south and "Of course you know the story of who feel sure of being able to bring William Tell," said the sciious citi- a stake near a spring; thence S 73A W to the Blue GraLs fair such an entry zen. "To tell you the truth," replied 23 poles to a hackberry'on said branch: thence N 17 W list as will make a most creditable and Mr. Cumrox, "I'm not clear about him. N89 E 10 poles 26 poles to an oak stumn 2v. W Morrow, Graduate Optician to a small ash in a drain" Glares Fitted. Sittisfaclion CnarjutecU desirable show. I can't exactly remember whether thence with Casey s line to a stake in he was a great marksman cr a famous a drain five yards below a" spring beWOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. longing to Noel thence to a stake, cor- 03000OOqPgOOO0fr000A opera singer." ner to Sanders; thence S29 E 91J poles to a stake on Walker's line an ash The Woman's department of the pointer; thence with the same to the Blue Grass fair, which will be held at beginning, containing 40 acres. Lexington the week of August 7th to of QUALITY. 2nd. Tract; In the Codnty of Garrard 12th, is more extensive and important and State of Kentucky on the waters this year than ever before. The pre? of Back Creek and bounded as follows, mium list has been improved and ento wit; Beginning at a black ash corner to04ooooooooooooeo6ooe larged and classes are offered which to a stake said Sanders; thence a new cover specifically almost every kind line N43 W17 poles to a stake in a head of women's work and table luxury. of a hollow; thence down the same causes heartburn, sour To this department is given up the enwith its meanders N31J W13 poles N48 stomach, nervousness, WS8 poles N24 W14 poles N3S W25 tire third floor of the largo Floral hall. nausea, impure blood, and VETERINARIAN. poles to astake-.thencN66 W27j poles On the second floor of the building are more trouble than many to the center of Back Creek;- thence up Former Director Animal Inilustry Philippine attractive booths utilized by Lexingthe same S 5J W 38 poles to a lynn, IsIanI.-i- . different kinds of diseases. Tinted St.it- - .Army ton merchants for the display of their corner to Casey; thence with him S46 The food you eat ferments wares. As for two years past, the Flo-ra- l Office at Logan's Stable. E 32 poles to a large Pine oak; tnence in your stomach, and the hall will be under the direction and S44 W52 DANVILLE. KY poles to a white walnut Telephone 32 and 152. management of Mr. G. Norton Sharpe. poisons it forms are abstump on a branch; thence with the It promises to be more attractive same S64J E35 5 poles to a sugar tree sorbed into your whole and Lynn; thence N50 E58' poles to the from every standpoint this year than system, causing many disbeginning, containing 20 acres and 20 ever before. tressing symptoms. At the poles. first sign of indigestion, try 3rd. Tract Beginning at a stake HALF FARE RATES TO FAIR. E62 near an ash; thence N60 E50 poles to a sugar tree; thence S89 E54 poles beech Roya! blood and splendid individuality. Do not fail to visit the Blue. Grass on a branch; thence down the same fair at Lexington, the week of August Fall boars and gilts for sale. witn its meanoers iN&f r, 5 poles to a f 7th to 12th. faro rates will stake on said branch; thence N 60 W12 prevail on all railroads in Kentucky. poles to a stake S26 W16J poles to a J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. stone, a sugar tree marked as a pointEach afternoon, beginning with Tuesday, there will be aeroplane flights by er; thence N5T W54 poles to a lynn; , thence N69 W41 poles to a double popR..L-Pontiuscho world renowned aviator, J. A. D. lar; thence N 7i W18J poles to a black McCurdy. Each afternoon and eveash, Sander's and Casey's corner;thence ning, beginning with Sunday, August the old, reliable, vegetable S 50 W"33 poles to a stone in Casey's " magnificent band (5th, there will be liver powder, to quickly field, corner to Woolfork; thence with concerts by the renowned U. S. Mahis line S 27 E 9U poles to the begincleanse your system from rine band from Washington City. ning, corner, containing 50 acres, 2 these undesirable poisons. Offllce at Sweeney's Li very Stable. roods and 10 poles. The entire boundry being llo acres; TOO MUCH LOVE -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of 2 roods and 10i poles. Goodwater, Mo., says: Too much love for fun, frolic and "I Terms: Said sale will be on a credit suffered for years from dyspeprich food causer, stomach, liver, kidof six and twelve months time. Pur- I have just opened up a new, cle.an sia and heartburn. Thedfora's ney and nervous troubles. Other chaser will be required to give bonds in small doses, remedies help you but DENN'S with approved security, said bonds cured my heartburn in a few SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures bearing six per cent interest from date on Lexington street days, and now can eat without cext to thexpost you. Our discoverer, ten years a of sale until paid and having .the force Try it. distress." miserable sufferer with the above and effect of a judgement upon which office and will be glari to have my troubles, and RHEUMATISM for execution may issue, if not paid at friends to call and see me. Clean Insist on Thedford's years, was cured in one week. To maturity; lien is retained on said land prove our remedy, while they last, Tools,-- Sharp to securer v V-- . purchase regular size bottles only 25c ' money. Stormes Drug Store. J. A. AMON,' M. C. G. C. C. m-JJ&.-- 'sic v CarS; ..... fcrfe .f"'?..f.ia" j. ' at the North T- atoains a sto & of the beforc men" tinned road). in,ajK10 chains; thence .... 7j.bank onSouth ' n 4usiaTiaiu tuiiuon t.. it 1 1 -q ' ' M. K. Denny, f DENTIST . "SPE&"Pffl5RAM H. J PATRICK, Dentist. TD-,4- f ! l)K.Win.BLTRITETT .- ,..:.. -- 1 -- v7 1 Pliysican and Surgeon. lii-in- ch i..S.,f,'tt',it0 w ,- -. Hair and -- WM- . .1 XI 1 J. . a I H,OUSE. ! twc-ycar-ol- d ' three-year-ol- d , .rf ;"". ,,." - E. Robinson, "CI J. j , two-year-ol- d l i Lancaster Plconinrc A ' iJ O OU j before-mentione- b. hors-eme- a ei;-;- ht Commissioner s Sale Of Land. h. Fauli;ncr, Igr. i ccr-tni- n lrg B. "Walter. TINSIiEY, ! 11 H. J - County Surveyor. I record-breakin- g Spit-eland- to-wi- t; t I 4-- m Mowers i Ware McRoberts. Henry L. Casey, d.v.s. e - 1-- Oakdale Herd of Registered Ourocs One-hal- TMfbnTs Dp, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Black-Draug- ht, Barber Shop Razors,-Close-Attentio- 1 at...... n JOHN DUNCAN. 1A' Wi?3l KZ3&fei ..