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The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9. 1917.
Great $10,000 Saddle Horse Stake -For 1917 Kentucky State Fair Owners and Breeders Throughout the Country Inter ested In President Cohen's Ambitious Enterprise. For Sale i ATTENTION FARMERS Any Size Farms Remarkable Values Voderate In Price Shown To Buyers If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. 30 OR 300 flGR&S any location, adaptation or improvements consult the D. A. Thomas Real Estate l l l I I i I I I $ I II t I fh AGENCY. I I I (!) 1 I DC 1 z DC DC RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Uight now tins Country is calling for men of stout hearts anil sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old (ilory triumphant anil unsullied in lliu air. The exigency now confronting u emphasizes, a' nothing else could ib, th lrnwrtnnCf of good health, both ns an Imli vi Jual a-i.l national msct. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this office, that everybody shout J guard their health as n priceless os sessieii. When you fiml yourself running down nntl not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody nt times. You ought to come to Nature's relief nnd tako n course of COM-CEL-SAR Lejially limirantveil to satisfy you, or tncney hark) If you'll do thai, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent luck horn for Isck of red blosl when you ur.swer Uiu call of the colors. "()I Ci:i.-SAU sells nt One Dollar tor threee bnxes, legally guaranteed for the ntonach, liver, M.lnt'r, lxvls, bladder, blood anil indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SC1KNCK SOl'K is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c n bar. 3 bars i'lc. Try our COWIIOY LINIMENT, for all l'air.s, bruises, burns, etc. 2!? and dOc bottles. STORM ES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Dukoto Jack-White-Moon Remedy Co. 3?'i-31 West Ilroadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. DC DC DC For the next thirty days, we are making special prices on ROOFING, BOXING, FRAMING, NAILS, ETC. Buy nowjas prices this fall are sure to be higher. A. H. Bastin & Son We carry H. W. Johns Manville Famous As bestos Roofing. RICHLIEU KING, 1916. HERMAN STRAUS & SONS' CO. CUP. LEVY BROTHERS' CUB Win 1711 This Summer Where? ASHEV1LLE CALLS YOU Calls you to an Ideal vacation high up In the moun tains of Western North Carolina. Days full of Interest, . t i . , . i i c r. i.i . c . i activity anu puu niiu ui iciic.umik luimuu atiu lV solid tleen. Renew your health In the clear, cool mountain air. Go camping In the woods climb the peaks play golf, tennis enjoy driving and motoring. Dig, fine hotels or quiet. Inexpen sive places, whichever you prefer. Let ui qiioet you ttic lowrit rourtj trip fires-furnUh time l.bUt.liirr.turc and .tltr.vcl Intorruitlon. Cll en nc.icit .sent ur wtitc 11. C KING, Division Passenger Agent rhocnlx Hotel Uldg" US East Main St. Lexington, Ky. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Olllce riu.no 18. Lancaster, Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. Jacob SchulzCompany Two of the nrray of trophies offered In tho great $10.0(10 five galled saddle horso stake nt tin. fifteenth nntitllll ' Kentucky Statu Kalr, the week of Sept. 10, uro tnagnlUcent silver cups donated HON. .MAT S. COIIL'N, commission er of agriculture and, by virtue of this nllUe, president of tho Kentucky Statu Pair, has secured n JKU") flvc galtcd saddle horse stako fur tho 1U17 Kentucky State l'alr to be heM lu Louisville tbu week of Sept. UM.V Commissioner Cohen, with the unan imous Inildrselient and enthusiastic support of the members of the state board of agriculture, was untiring in bin efforts to secure the Interest and co-operation of hvrsc owners and breed, era throughout the country, nnd his plans were imn ned wl'i splendid suc cess. Kroui nearly every" city of any size In tho I'nlted States letters have iwurrd In upon the commissioner eulo gizing his 'brilliant achievement uud cummnidlng the vitalizing effect of such a iroJ(ct uon the horse Interests of Uiq country. World Will Look to America. The commissioner lias made It known that tills very motive Inspired htm In liLs efforts for this gigantic prize list, as 1C Is his firm tellcf that at the close of tlio present disastrous and exhaust ing war all foreign nations will look to America for foundation stock and ucw blood and that this uatlosfthould prepare for the demand. At pKeut he declare that tho breeding opcruttous of this country bare ceased to an alarming extent and that Just such In spiration as this hitherto unheard of stake Is necessary to arouse the horse men and breeders of the L'ultcd States. Entrance Ft Waived. In addition to tho magnitude of the prize money, the fact that uuy entrance fee Is waived and tho horso owner or breeder privileged to enter an many animals as he cares to noiulnato free of chargo and that stable room and bedding are provided by the State l'alr without cost to tho owner U certain to attract the attention of the entire horso world and to make the live galtetl saddlo horso events of tho 101 Ken tucky State 1'atr the uiost sensational saddle horso affair of the age. Tho battle royal for tho flO.omi In prizes will open Monday night, Sept. 10, with u grniid prize total of f:',.") offered tbo live galtcd saddle stnlll.m of any age wbo bears off the champion ship honors of America lu hW se. clusi H0LSTEINS PROMINENT AT KENTUCKY STATE FAIR by the two leading mercantile estab lishments of Louisville In their lines, the Levy ltrothers' Clothing company and the It, Straus & Sons' Co. depart ment store. t The prize money donated aisl set lasldu In this das Is as follows: How Prixo Money le Divided. One thousand dollars to the horso winning tlrst prize. JiKH to the horso winning second prize, S3T5 to the horse winning third prize and $VJ to the horvc winning fourth prize. In addi tion to the first prize of $l,ouu the sad- jdle stallion proving champion of the country lu Ills eias.t will receive a stcr , ling silver ci'p. on which will bo cn craved "Championship of Amerlcn for live galtcd saddle stallion, any age," i and which will lo valued at $2.V). On Tuesday night of l'alr week the mare division of the saddle horse stake will be shown under the same condi tions and with the same amounts and divisions as In the stallion rings. Wednesday night tho exhibition of geldings will take place In Identically the same manner and wkh the mime divisions. Saturday night tlie grand finale of the horse show will take place, when the four champions of America In their particular iox clashes meet to compete for fJ.mo In prize money and the title of grand champion of Amer ica, The money In the grand cham-' ptonshlp event will be divided the same as In the sex classes, and, lu addition, the winner wlU receive a sterling sil ver trophy known and Inscribed as the "Grand Championship of America for live galtcd saddlo stallion, mare or gelding of any age." Judges Carefully Picked. Kntrlcs tir theso stakes will close Aug. J, and all nominations should be sent In Immediately to Fount T, ICr mer, secretary of thu Kentucky State Pair, ltcpubllc building, Loutsvljlc. Three Judges will be selected to prc sldo in these rings, the officials to be named by thu Stute Hoard of Agricul ture of Kentucky, the State Hoard of Agriculture of Missouri und the State Hoard of Agriculture of California. Tills guarantees Judges of the highest Integrity, ability and nation wide rcp ututlou among horsemen and officials emluently well Bulled to servo la tho Host spectacular und Important horso eveut tho world hna ever known. l'or catalogue or information address rnunt T. Kreuicr, Secretary Kentucky Stale Kalr, Suit 001 ltcpubllc Building, Louisville, Ky. BIG SHOW FOR WOMEN PLANNED FOR STATE FAIR I WHITE SWAN We have opened up the Lancaster Ele vator and flour Mills and are running every day. We have 'an expert miller with us and are turning out as good Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wish to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. Walker, Lee & Hicks. r Prize Money Doubled For' Iho "Stars of the Show." Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-F or 83. . All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Ilolstelus will bo one of the most prominent classes In tho Ix'ef enttlo department of the coming Kentueky HlntP l air, to lie held In Loulsvlllo tho week of Pept. 10. Tho prize list for lids breed of efficient dairy performers has lieen doubled nnd now represents he Interesting sum of $S00. All of the classes throughout the beef cattle department have been largely Increased, but tho llolstcln aggregation bids fair to lie thu "stars of the show," A model dairy In operation U promised as an adjunct to the dairy cattlo exhi bition, and there will bo new features of scientific dairy management mark ing tbo cattlo exhibit of the fifteenth annual State l'alr. Kor catalogue or Information address Fount T. Kretner, Becretary Kentucky State Kalr, Suit 604 HcpubUa Building, Louisville, Ky, One of the Most Creditable Exhibits In the Entire Gigantic Display, Ilusy housewives and experts lu arts and crafts arc taking ndrantagc of every moment In preparation for tho .l.n...l.... I. ....!.. !. li.itl. ,i,t. nual Kentucky Stnto l'alr, to bo held i In Louisville the week of Sept. 10. Tho Woman's department U natural ' ly the most Interesting portion of tho Statu Fair to womankind ami Is like wise ono of tbo most crcdltnblo exhi bitions In tho entire gigantic display. Tho entry list for this department will close Aug. 2T, and a "hurry up call" Is Issued by Kentucky Stato Fair Secretary l'omit T. Kreuicr, Suit OM ltcpubllc building, Louisville. For catalogtio or Information address Fount T. Kremer, Becretary Kentucky Btate l'alr, Butt 004 Itepubllc llulldlng, Louisville, Ky. oMen Serving The t Colors. 5EE,Ve offer free our Sat Deposit service to men in the training camps or at the front, llefore leaving home, every man should bring his valuables or 'important papers, keepsakes, correspondence and other precious possessions to this Dank and we will arrange the space for keeping them safe during the owner's absence; without charge. There is always danger of loss, when valuables are kept at home. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KV. U. V. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKEIi, Vice Prest. W. O. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jk Uook-Kceper. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ON ROLL OF HONOR. Draw A Check for the money yon owe nntl note how much more res pectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Girrard Bank & Trust Co. They know ho Is doing business in buslresa like wsy. Uetter open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company J i