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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 3, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911030301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 3, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ? I A -- A JLxlxLi TWENTY FIRST YEAR. , : IT PtfftE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED NTRA s -J- -i DEMOCRACY AND GQOD GOVERNMENT. RECORD. Lorimer Retains Seat. - .- - ".w i ,. i ifc,,a.. ,. . Jui LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911 The money for the school teachers Messrs T. B. Walker and Thomas has come and I am now ready to pay Anderson are on the sick list, same. Miss Jennie Higgins Supt. Circuit court begins here Monday. Mr. Richard Lamay, a prominent The docket is an unusually light one. farmer of Buckeye died at his home The measure to have United Senators Tuesday night of pheumonia. He was ' elected by a direct vote of the people about fifty five yeai-- of age. was defeated in the Senate, t A local option election is in progress G. Brat-to- n in Richmond today. The Born to the wife of Mrs. R. latter few on February 15th a fine 12 pound days of the campaign waxed pretty boy Mr. Bra.tton says it wont take him warm and a hot contest is being had. ! long to reach the age of 21. Hon. Logan McKee Cheek, one of Mr. J. W. Sweeney has retnrned the best known young lawyers of the from a business trip at Cincinnati and state and a member of the Boyle CounCovington, While there he sold a fine ty bar died at his home in Danville on pair of horses to the Standard Oil Co. Wednesday morning. He was Master for a fancy piice. Commissioner of Boyle County having been appointed to that offiice by Judge Mrs. Thomas Thatcher entertained Walker. Thursday to dinner Mr. and Mrs. Jack Judge L. L. Walker left for his home Mount of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. J. at Lancaster Friday, after having won E. Claunch and Mr. and Mrs. . Eben high praise from the bar and all others Porch. Somerset Times. who were in position to observe his In speaking of roads, we reiterate prompt, decisive way of doing things. that we want good roads, however we Always on time, and he demanded the doubt if the people who live on mud same of witnesses, jurors and attortoads are treated right. We think neys. He dispatched business in an now that the dirt roads ought to be able manner with fairness to all. kept up by taxation, but at any rate Breckinridge News. there is no excuse for Garrard county Administrators Qualify. not having good roads all over the Robert L. and W. B. Burton"1 qualicounty. We appeal to the people to fied as administrators of the estate of help us in this fight. their father on Monday. Mr. Burton "Magic that is magic" is what the in addition to his other property was Floyds offer as the next attraction at possessed of a vast amount of good t e Court House Thursday night March farming land in the Buckeye section 23rd. Every feature on their program of the county. is thick, and broad and long with enA Well Earned Rest. tertainment: the kind that is utterly devoid of the conventional and antique. Mr. S. C. Denny cashier of the NatTheir twenty years of experience has ional Bank left Wednesday for an explaced them in the front ranks ol tended tour of the south, during which America's greatest artists. They are time he will" visit many places of inentertainers of the verv hitrhest class. terest, including a several weeks statAll of their wonderful experiments in in Cuba. Mrs. Denny will accompany g and illu- him. During his absence Mr. Denny's modern magic, sions are strictly original. An evening duties will be ably preformed by Mr. of startling surprises, refined mirth and J. F. Robinson, who will be assisted by pleasing music is assured all who attend Mr. J. Louis Gill, who is also an adept this unique performance. at the banking business. mind-readin- NUMBER 47." ?33CS33CgCSCES33g33tg33CS33&33C?3t8 POO I After a long drawn out contest, Sena tor Lorimer of Illir.cis is permitted to retain his seat in the United States Senate by a vote of forty for and forty six against declaring his seat 'vacant. Our Senator's Paynter and Bradley democrat and republican voted for Lorimer to retain his seat. Heavy Sporting. 3 I vii phi I I 8 PLOWS Planters sold in 15 This is sufficient proof that it is a good one. Something new that no other planters have. Let us explain it to you. It is rumored that evidence before the grand-jur- y at the present term of the Lincoln Circuit Court discloses that there is an organization of gentlemen in Lincoln County who for sometime past have been holding cock fights and bull dog fights near Stanford and that contestants come from other states and engage in the unlawlul sport. It is said that they have constructed a house specially arranged for the business. We have learned that there are citizens of Lincoln engaged in this business who will be somewhat embarressed to see in this their name in the news-papconnection. The grand-jur- y has been probing the case but to date we have not heard of any indictments. er ALL SIZES. I Collars, Collar Pads, Breeching, Check The Goverment Building I For the benefit of those who are anxious to know when operations will begin upon the New Goverment Building in the park, we quote from section 355 :- Lines & Plow Cast Pie w Point Broond Will run as arood as NEW. I Wa can sve vou money if you will let us. 4JSdt ?a J3 5a V'l if 3t M Y A or p IIP 0 Lancaster, Ky. t-- 32C2533&3! tS33SS33JSSS3El3J338g3Sg Not only do w e want good dirt but we want better roads all over the county. vWe had occasion to go down the Buckeye road a few days ago and found the road in a fearful condition, however we are glad to state that they are at present being worked, and we hope that the good people of this rich section of the county wil soon have a good road to town. One more thing, just outside the city limits on this road will be found two great piles of tin cans and all kinds oi VaJ old rubbish and the hedge fence tree. reach out over the pike and are liab't some out w to put Whythe eyes ofall this gocd citizen. not have remedkc r, so as to make our town inviting to the s people ot this section. roads , 1 S M9I&33B SPIT SEVj) 1 f T( of the United States Statutes "No public money shall be expended 1 upon any site of land purchased by the United States for the puqiose of erect1 ing thereon any armory, arsenal, fort, fortification, navy yard, custom house, light house, or other public building of any kind whatever, until the written opinion of the Attorney General shall oe had in favor of the validity of the title, nor until the consent of the legislature of the State in which the land or site may be, to such purchase, has been given." As the Kentucky legislature does not convene until January 1912, it will be z impossible until that time for that body to cede the title to the site to the Unit Third Negro Captured. ed States, and of a necessity no work Buddy Hawkins the third member of can be done on he building until after the trio of negroes who beat up and the site is ceded, and a properly approvrobbed three Lincoln county farmers ed title is given them to the site for the recently, was captured in "negro building. Heaven," an Indianapolis negro suburb For Representative. X on last Sunday. Capt. G. T. Helm of Danville and Sheriff McCarthy of StanA number of worthy democrats are y ford, assisted by Indianapolis officers spoken of for the nomination for reparrested him. He refused to return to resentative besides those already anKentucky without requisition papers, nounced. but they will be forthcoming and he The Hon. J. 0. Bogie, the incumbent, will be brought back and lodged in the has the nomination in his mind. His atantord jail. friends say that he ought to be endorsed by a renomination. Hon. M. D. For Repre lughesof Lancaster who is well known This issue of the Record contains the n Uarrara county is being urged by announcement of Mr. J. A. Doty, Sr., lis many friends to make the race. In js a candidate for the nomination oi a confersation with the editor of the representative of Garrard county, sub- Record he stated that he had not yet ject to the action of the democratic made up his mind as to whether or not party. Mr. Doty is well known he would ask for the honor. throughout the county and has many Mr. H. Clay Kauffman, a young atfriends who are anxious that he should torney recently admitted to the Garreceive the honor. He is an old Civil rard County bar is also being favorabwar veteran and has been connected ly mentioned and his friends say that with politics in Garrard County for the he would like the honor. Any one of past twenty years, having been county the above mentioned gentlemen would clerk for two terms. Mr. Doty would make good atFrankfortas a law maker. represent us well should he be elected The democratic committee should call JT and sent to Frankfort. ti primary and let the people choose between the aspirants. Masonic Banquet. Gear. HASELDEN ?wyV0Y BROS. - 3'i William J. Olivers improved plow leads all others. it runs lighter and fail. is stronger, it will turn dirt where others 9 .. , "': . See the plow and get prices before you buy. MM p Jff .V. Bargains on Hames, Collars, Back Bands, Wag- . ii fn "'umjjjuuuaiiaus, m " Kiaanliini "X.I . T , A irace unains, unecK -- 1- "V Lines and everything you need on your farm. O f 4S smwmr imfa'S jr cdv.pricc a co- - EFORE clotkss -- Luying spring youll find it I VW stp$a . "?3&?i L:mmi!. worta wilds to examine trie noDby blue-grmixtures, new shades or brown and tan, and blue, in trie beautiful ay the afternoon and evening of Thursday March 9th. Lancaster lodge w8 No. 104, F & A. M. will confer the and master's degree upon several candidates. Past Grand Master Samuel K. Veach of Carlisle is coming down to exemplify the work and will bring several gentlemen to assist. This degree team is said to. be the most proficient in the state, and the masonic fraternity are looking forward to their coming with a great deal of pleasure. Alter the work is completed Mr. Veach and his assistants will be tendered a banquet at the Kengarlan by the members of the Lancaster lodge. l On Farra For Representative. The announcement of Mr. John M. aft Farra as a candidate for the Legisla- Cut-O- ut A Failure. tell rsSPwFl: f.vi Spring woolens fust sent to us by Ed. K Price MERCHANT Co. CHICAGO TAILORS Jmmk COrYHiGHT We 11 take your measure and is. . rwcE t co. er g nave your selection made up -- want it, at a price witbm your ability to pay. And tne clothes will satisfy you in every particular or you needn't take tliem. as you H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky, lit U& V ? Mi executive Committee of the Burley Tobncco Union, which was in session at Lexington this week, have announced that owing to the failure of the Burley Tobacco Society to with them in their efforts to cut out the 1911, that the cut out move-- , ment was a failure, and that the pledges obtained were therefore void. They decided however, to maintain the Wills Probated, organizatian, in order to be ready to In the county court Monday three assist in any emergency that might wills were probated, that of Mr. Jacob arise. This definitely settles the fate of the Joseph, Mr. J. T. Conn and Mrs. Emma cut-oin so far as the 1911 crop is Lane. Messrs Adolph and Arthur Joseph qualified as administrators of their concerned. father's will, without bond. Mr. Joseph, Store Robbed. with the exception of his life insurance, On last Friday night the grocery and willed one third of his property to his meat market of Davidson & Walker wife, one third to his son Arthur and was broken into and robbed. En- the remaining third jointly to his son trance was effected by breaking one of Adolph and his daughter Mrs. Chas. the large plate glass in the front door Davis. He willed that his insurance with a brick. Five or six dollars in money be invested by the administrator money, a lot of cigars, cigarettes and in real estate, and that the proceeds go tobacco and probably a beef roast was to his wife during her life time, and at secured. her death the principal was to be dividMr. Will Doty an embryo detective, ed among the children, share and share went to work onthe case and soon found alike. Mr. Joseph stated in his will where Hazel Wallace, a negro boy that he gave Arthur a third of his propfourteen years of age, had been buying erty because he had stayed at home clothes and other articles around town and assisted in accumulating it. and paying for them in nickles and Mr. Conn's will was a lengthy affair dimes, this was the denomination of and contained many codicils, but he atthe money secured from Davidson & tempted to dispose of his property in a Walker. The boy was arrested and the just and equitable manner, having in circumstantial evidence proving so view the rights of all his children. strong against him when ha was tried Messrs William H. and John Conn, his before Judge Ford on Monday, that he-- sons were the curators of his will. Mrs. Emma Lane bequeathed all her was committed to the School of Reform property to her husband, John Lane. at Greendale. ut The ture, subject to the action of the democratic party is in this issue of the Record. He has not before been a candidate for .office and did not consent for his friends to authorize his candidacy until he had been solicited by many persons from all parts of the county and had been presented with a petit ion containing the names of about one hundred democrats requesting him to be a candidate for the nomination. How well qualified is Mr. Farra for this important office is too well known to the people for special mention. Mr. Farra is a farmer, a gentleman of the highest moral character, possessing a liberal education, broad minded and good ideas and is chucked full of the progressive spirit of the times and is a democrat to the core. He is well prepared to represent Garrard County in the General Assembly and will prove a popular candidate. W. J. Romans, 0 AVicaa&y SSk LOUISVILLE ALL AUTO SHO ARMORY, MARCH 15, 16, 17, 18, 1911 THAT'S NEWEST PERTAINING TO MOTORING EVENINGS Y23Ka?y DECORATIONS MOST ELABORATE. IMPERIAL BAND. SPECIAL FEATURES OirTeVr JsS2s2 AFTERNOONS 25c arrHJB3frHlE(TtJ. 50c .IfrinfrrlflrrllMp. IMhIllMJInllifSMnlflfS Blue Grass Creamery of i; Lancaster, Ky. Mr Alex West milked three cows during the year 1910. One of these cows was a registered Jersey, one a high grade Jersey and one a Shorthorn. Mr West used about one gallon of milk per day home; the rest he sent to the Creamery, for which he at re- ceived $i90.31. The value of the milk used at home being $3650 or a total of $226.81; or $75.60 per cow; per year. DOES IT PAY? 1 Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. .UMlisl . - PM - 'I r r-- - j 5 the proper number of hours on the Attention Maccabees. Venture In High Finance. First Court In Garrard County. road, will suffice tq put the road in a Herbert Kinnaird has developed into Below we give an exact copy of the Having been elected record keeper condition to be passable all the followincorporated. a, financier since he moved to Stanford. first order in the assembling of the first for Lancaster tent no 15, 1 hereby Issued Weekly. ?1.00 a yeab. ing winter without the possibility of He bought fy all members of said tent to call at ever held in Garrard County. the franchise sold by the losing a wagon load of tobacco in one At the house of George Douglas in National Bank arid pay their assess-th- e ' City of Stanford for telephone rights GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. of tEe mud holes. County of Garrard, on the first day ments promptly as I will not have time within their limits. He represented a Give the county roads a little more of June, one thousond seven hundred to hunt them up. S if o value in- Entered at the Tost Office fn Lancaster, Ky., care and attention, lets make them bunch of capitalists, but we hope that and ninety seven, a commipsion of the surance be pro up .b Second-ClasMail Matter. better, it can and should be done, and he will make a million out of it as his R. 1. Embij R. K. 2t. peace from his Excellency the Gover- ment. with the consumption of very little own bit. A nor directed to Samuel Gill, Samuel Member Kentucky Press Association more time and trouble on the part of Scott, Moses Dooly, John Harrison, Edand Another Upper Garrard Citizen . the overseer and hands we might have The P .. . Eighth District Publishers League. mund Terril, William Bryant, William county roads almost as good as some of to Judge: "Coming home a few mo:n-Mr. Givens Terrill has accepted the Jenningo Jr., John Alcorn, John Laps-leman attempting Ings since, we met the turnpikes. and general position of Samuel Renshaw, Alexander Cams to walk on both sides of the street, Lascaster, Ky., March 3, 1911. office man with the Garrard Milling The democratic state primary for Co. Messrs W. F. Champ and Parker William Hays, Lipscomb Nowell, Geor- By a skilful maneuver we passed be May 27th. gives general satisfaction. Gregory, both of Paint Lick, came ge Elliott, John Bruce, William Barl-let- tween him." Rates For Political Announcements Charles Spilman and Richard It should, and we think will be, a fair here about a year ago and bought the Jr. The said Samuel Gill adminFor Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 primary in every respect. At this time old Minor mill, then an old ramshackle tas Millions Of Friends-Hoistered the oath of Justice of the peace, For County Offices 10.00 however, the people and the press seem affair and an eye sore to the communwould you like to number your For State and District Offices.... 15.00 to be more interested in a platform for ity. They practically rebuilt it, equip- the oath to support the Constitution of friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica For Calls, per line 10 the party than who will be the nominees ped it with modern machinery, and now the United States and to this State to Salve does? S Its astounding cures in Alcorn Gent., and the said John 9l For Cards, per line 10 as Sen. McCreary has the nomination there is not a better mill of its size in John Alcorn Gent., then administered the the past forty years made them. Its For all publications in the interGoverner cinched. With this popu- the state. Their products are not only for the best Salve in the world for sores, A est of individuals or expreslar demand our committees will formu- in practically every store in the county several oaths to Samuel Gill, John Har- ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, rison, Edmund Terril, William Bryant, sion of individual views, per late some sort of a plan for a platform. but they are branching out into the cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellline 10 We urge the committee to let that plan state, and are selling all the mill pro- William Jennings Jr. John Lapsley, ings, bruises, cold sores. 'Has no Obituaries, per line 05 be such a one as will insure the people ducts that their capacity will afford. Samuel Renshaw, Alexander Cams, equal for piles. 25c at R. E. the absolute right to make such a de- If Paint Lick has any more good busi- William Hayse, George Elliott, John &Son. claration of principles as the majority ness men and affable gentlemen like Bruce, Charles Spillman, and Richard ANNOUNCEMENTS may deem best With a majority of Will Champ, Parker Gregory and Giv Ballinger Jr. Joseph Bledsoe Gent., produced a the democratic voters of the state" se- ens Terrill to spare, we will be delightCommon from his Excellency the Govand making our ed to have them. lecting our nominees Democratic Ticket. As I have sold my home, I will sell ernor appointing him Sheriff, whereupplatform, a sweeping victory in NovemFOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. on the said Bledsoe took the oath re my personal property on the farm 1 ber is assured. Let us Have a Home Market. quired by law and together with Willi- mile south of Lancaster on the StanHon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. Now that the tobacco problem has am Bledsoe and Thomas Kendey execut ford road, Saturday, March 4th, 1911 When the time comes for the election of a secretary of the Kentucky State been relegated to the back ground, and ed and acknowledged and ackn., their consisting of the following For "The Legislature. Fair, which will be early in March and and it is a certainty that tobacco will bond in the penalty of three tho' sand Two pair of work mules, in good con1 extra work mule, 3 years old; We are authorized to announce J. A. will be fixed by Commissioner of Agri- be raised in Garrard county, it seems dollars conditioned as the law directs dition; 1 four year old gelding, by Silver King; Doty as a- - candidate for the Legisla- culture Rankin, a hot race may be ex- to us the proper time to do something and then a court was held for said 1 three year old gelding; 1 two year old ture, subject to the action of the Dem- pected. Hubert Vreeland and J. W. toward the securing of a home market County. 1911 crop. Why not have a loose Present, Samuel Gill, John Harrison, filly; 1 year old colt; 1 four year old Rankin, the latter the son of the Com- for the ocratic party. missioner, are prospective candidates leaf market at home? We have a ware- 2d M. Terril, William Bryant, William harness mare; 1 Jennette; 1 extra good against the present incumbent J, W house admirably adapted to that pur- Jennings Jr., John Lapsley, Samuel milk cow and calf; 1 stripper cow; 1 For The Legislature. wagon; 1 hay frame; 2 sets Newman, and the latter will be given a pose, the1 old distillery property, which Renshaw, Alexander Cams, William we have no doubt might be secured, Hays, George Elliott, John Bruce, wagon harness; a good lot of farming We are authorized to announce J. M. warm race. and would require the expenditure ol Jharley Spillman and Richard Balling-i- x tools consisting of 3 riding cultivators; Farr as a candidate for the Legisla2 turning plows; 1 steel roller; 1 steel Jr. And now comes the withdrawal of but a nominal sum to place it in conditure, subject to the action of the Demsection harrow; 1 cutting disk; 1 two Mayor W. O. Head of Louisville from tion. Why not organize a stock comQuality Not Quantity. ocratic party. horse corn planter; double shovel plows the race for the gubernatorial nomina- pany and buy, rent or lease this waresome other, and have a home Now that the "cut out" question has digger; shovels; hoes; cross cut saw; 1 tion. He gives as his reason, that he house, or so that in another year we practically been disposed of, we deem grind stone; 1 one horse drill; 1 good has not the time to devote to a canvass market, Good Roads. of the state. Well the excuse is a may not witness the spectacle of oui it not amiss to offer a few suggestions Deering Mowing Machine Rake. About Much has been said by press and plausible one, but it does look to us tobacco having to be hauled to adjoin- co the tobacco growers of the county. 75 barrels of corn; 2 stacks of hay. public on the above subject, and as a folks out here in the country like our ing towns to market. The sentiment throughout the state Some household and kitchen furniture. J Terms made known on day of sale. usual thing the discussion referred to Jncle Jeems McCreary has them ah Let the farmers, merchants and anj seems for a reduced acreage this year, Sale begins at 10 o'clock a. m. turnpikes and their construction and "beat to a frazzle", and that they are others who wish have a chance at tht ind while every farmer is free to is Due. J. F. Holtzclaw. maintainence. This article is intended to just looking for a soft place to fall. his own inclination in the matter, stock, the more stock holders the more Lancaster, Ky. deal solely with county roads, dirt roads, nr co push along the enterprise. It will eve think that the holding down of the Am Bourne, Auct. or as they are usually found this time The democrats in Garrard County pay, of this there is no doubt. This production will aid materially in securof year "mud roads." want a voice in making all nominations matter is worth your consideration. ing a better price for the 1911 crop. First let us have a look at the law for the party. The primary gives this Think about it. Many growers returning from the governing them, as appplies in Gar- privilidge to all, so let our committee breaks and loose leaf markets have rard county. The Kentucky Statutes call a primary to select a candidate for School Notes. told the Record that tobacco was bringsay:- representative at Frankfort and fix ing a good p'rice, considering the qualiThe Roll of Honor for the month end- ty, "The judge of each county court May 27th. the time of the State prithat it was undoubtedly the poorest shall divide his county into road pre- mary as the date. Holding this elec- ing February 24 shows a good numbei crop they ever saw offered for sale in cincts, shall fix boundaries for same, tion in connection with the state pri- who made an average grade of 90 pei the state. t cent. All the members of the tenth and shall allot all the able bodied male mary would make it inexpensive. It now behooves the growers to look grade are on the Honor Roll for this .veil to the quality of the tobacco they citizens between .the ages of eighteen ! and fifty years to work on the roads .The representatives next November, nonth; the best record that any class Droduce. The day when tobacco brought has ma e in four years. in their respective precinct, and shall will elect a United States Senator to sue a good price just because it was tobacco Four grades, the fifth, seventh, tent! las passed. There is too much to choose appoint an overseer for the precinct, ceed Senator Thos H Paynter. We have the said overseer shall be exempt from not forgotten the last Senatoriol elec- and twelvth have not a tardy mark rrom, and it is now being bought solely jury service and poll tax for road pur- tion therefore democrats in every coun- against any member for the month. m class. Put in just what you can The Roll of Honor is as follows. comfortably handle, take into consider-itio- n poses, and for failure to perform the ty should see to it that their nominees Eleventh Grade Charles Dunn, Cur-re- y the visible supply of help, do not duties herein provided shall be fined for the legislature are pledged to vote Robinson. cake chances on being able to secure not less than $5.00 and not more than for the successful candidate for the $25.00. He shall summon the hands to United States Senate in the primarj Tenth Grade Mattie Adams, Maggie ddditionol help, it is hard to get when Brown, Kate Holtzclaw, Lillie Mae you need it most, put in what you are work the road in their precinct, shall of May 27th. Otfi; PlKl il rt'.ni "ic Pii" Sutton, Frank Tinder, Charlie Doty. sure you can handle with the help at superintend them in their work, and Ninth Grade Robert Arnold, Marie your command. The Internation Harvesting MachinLANCASTER. KY shall keep the road in good condition Ballard, Bessie Brown, Lucian Grant, Another important item is your barn " for travel. The hands will be required ery Co. of American was indicted and HS "i I to work the road not exceeding two fined $2500. under the Sherman anti- Mary Holtzclaw, Patsy Kinnaird, Eliza- room. Be sure you have ample barn beth Collier, Mamie Calico, Beulah Cot- room to accomodate the acreage you days in each week, or six days in each trust law at Lagrange for operating in ! 1 H put in, do not put in so much that you year, and in cases of emergency the Oldham county. They announced that ton, Bernie Lear, Emma Walker. Eighth Grade B r a d e y Bourne, will be compelled to crowd it in your overseer may require hands to work a they would prosecute an appeal to the , Ky. supreme court of the United States if Jennie Cox, Jennie Lawrence, Helen oarn, thereby taking a big chance on greater number of days in the week or Robinson, Elma Singleton, Viola Tribble house burn. Cultivate your crop careyear, each day to consist of eight necessary. K&$&t&f&&fitW MMMtfir Seventh Grade Cabel Arnold Annie fully and well, if you do not know how hours," "The King can do no wrong," but Belle Ballard, Nannie Bratton, Florence get someone who does. It is not every The above is copied from the Ky. --. X.rKQJ8r&, road laws. Overseers, how many of this does not apply to near Kings. Johnson, Mae Powell, Ora Prather, farmer be he ever so skillful, who George B. Cox, the big boss of Cincin- Grade Mae Cochran, Iona Dunn. you have complied with any clause of knows how to raise tobacco, and it will J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ? B. F. HUDSON, President. Sixth Grade Cathrine Bourne, Bert pay you to pocket your pride and seek the above law? How many even keep nati has been indicted for perjury, and ORGANIZED 1SS3. your roads in proper shape for travel? afterward cited for contempt of court Embry, Robert Ross, Fay Acton, Lillie information. for some remarks he made in regard to Jones, La Verne Nevius, Harry Raney, Do not let the worms take you, worm Very few we will venture to say. The Dalton Rich, Alexander Robinson, Joe eaten tobacco, when it brings anything average overseer and the hands in his the indictment. West, precinct look upon the working of a at all, commands an inferior price. OF LANCASTER, KY. Fifth Grade-Cha- rlie Argus in the Louisville Herald says: Elmore, Will Much better to have a few acres less county road very much as they would Judge Homer Batson stood an excellent Rice Amon, Georgia Mos3, Lucy Pol- properly handled than to have more than npon an aching tooth that must be a CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $30,000. pulled, a disagreable duty to be per- chance of being elected chairman of the lard, Robinson Cook, Alice Rigney, you can properly care for, and you will Republican City and County Executive Sallie Cox, Annie Powell, Nellie Cox, find in the long ran formed, the sooner over with the betW. F. CHAMP, Cashier. that a small crop Committee until the Post began to ad- William Kavanaugh, Vanetta Spoona-morproperly handled will profit you more ter. Mary Woods, Harry Brown. r. J. J. Walker, Jr., 5 W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. The majority of the roads are worked vocate his election. He may win even than a large one handled in an indifferthough handicapped. Fourth Grade Christine Sanders, Jim ent manner. in the following manner: choosing the Siler, Annie Reid, Mildred Beasley, Val day when the farmers have least to do, Just as sure as the farmers persists Prompt. Attention. Business Solicited. The United States Railroad Com- Cook, Mary Owsley, Ruth Carrier, they are summond to work the road in raising enormous crops of tobacco of mission has refused to sanction a raise Florence Acton, Wilma Henry, Robert on a certain day, they begin to straginferior quality so surely will the cutf J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs gle in on that day about seven o'clock, of rates by eastern and western railroad Brown, Merlyn Walker. out eventually come by the forcing companies and has ordered the roads to Grade Carrie Bell Romans, down of prices to such a small figure Third Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. and by ten most of them are there, i they scratch around with pick and restore their original rates on or before Mary Davis, Margaret Letcher Cook, that they will find themselves unable to j March 10th. j? Clayton Morrow, John Coleman Arnold, raise it, and will then revert to some shovel, throw a little loose dirt here Mary Adams, Minnie Mae Robinson, other, crop. and there into the middle of the road, The Canadian government has de- Louise Lynn, Vivian Prather, Anna there to be converted into a mud hole cided to stop the immigration of ne- Britton Moss, Willie Christine Sanders, A Man's Stomach, Is Just As Good Or j Why we ask for and exby the first rain, probably, if it is groes v from the United States into that Pearl Dickerson, Bemice Champ, Bowgrocery trade. pect your handy, throw on a few loose rocks, Bad as He Makes It country. They were classed as un- man Grant, Joe Ballou, Wesley Dickand along toward the middle of the desirable citizens. If you, are blessed with good stomach BECAUSE as far as it is poserson, Earl Jennings, Kathleen Bratton afternoon call it a day. No ditching, be thankful and make up your mind to sible to determine our Second Grade Mary Brown, Stella no filling of ruts or mud holes left from In the Senate Tuesday the resolution Keney, Martha Ward Sweeney, Thelma keep it good. stock takes in all the good a long time for even as last winter, nothing but put in the to elect U.S. Senators by the direct vote kinds, and leaves the othIf you have a bad stomach; one that Hamilton, Mitchell Tinder, Josephene time. Sometimes this is repeated the of the people was defeated by four votes. go )d lumber as ours. You makes you feel miserable after eating; ers out. Bumside, Virginia Beazley. second day, but never more than two First Grade Christine Brown, Stella one that turns your food sour and causdays of the year. T:an whistle forever and BECAUSE if you are particuBrown, Lucile Ballou, Eugene Cochran es gas to belch up in the mouth, then Who Cai Answer? The consequence of this careless putabout eatables, our lar get no better. There isn't ting in of the time on the roads, for it What has become of the Garrard Elisha Carrier, Hamilton Cox, Laverne you want to get buisy at once and turn store will appeal to you. your bad stomach into a good one, Dickerson, Sallie Crooke Gregory, Mincannot be called working them, is that County Development Association? Why any. We stay on top in How can this be done? you ask. . ? BECAUSE we play the game these same people, when they haul their can't they get busy on that tobacco nie Jennings, Margaret Lynn, Ida MurSimply by using daily the best prephy, Eugena Moss, Bettie Respess, of business fair and square crops to market, get stalled or mired in market in the "Land t'le lum')ir business just of Now"? scription for stomach ailments ever Walker Robinson, Russell Sanford. We make right any misroad, then you will witness some their Primer Grade Yantis Embry, John written. takes that we may make tall swearing and abuse of county Beats Raising Tobacco. because of the super'ority ol cui Ltin boards, t nil tis, What is the name of this prercription? Wm. Tinder, Rebekah Siler, George as soon as we hear of them roads in general and this one in particuWherever civilization exists it is Richard Gerlach, residing near Dan- Lawson, Cecil Henry, Jane Haseldon, lar, but the road is worked the followetc. Ask any builder if it pa s lo I in il e bts-- t luml er. BECAUSE we try awfully ville, Ky., sold his crop of ginseng to a Johnnetta Farra, Judith Daniels, Eug- known as ing year in the very same manner. hard to "get there on New YorK firm at a fraction over $6 enia Dunlap, Henry Cox, Mattie Lee R. E. McRoberts & Son sells it for Now this could be very easily reHis answer should make jou ur cut n.er. time. ' ' We appreciate the F per pound. Some of the Bingle roots Cox, Saria Bland, Ruth Austin, Lula 50 cents a box; he does more he guar3 medied, and no one would reap a greatantees it to relieve stomach distress inconvenience of waiting er benefit from the proper working of broughte $2 each. He sold a patch, Anderson. in five minutes; he goes even further for goods to be delivered. twenty-fivsquare, for $212. feet the roads than these very people who L2 doesn't cure inand says: if A Fierce Night Alarm. a workjthem, or should work them. BECAUSE in spite of all these Mr. Wagers Better. digestion, acute or chronic, or any disOverseers should summon their men advantages your dollar is , The many friends of Mr. John F. is the hoarse, startling cough of a child, eases caused by stomach disturbance "to appear at 7 o'clock and see to it as large here as anywhere suddenly attacked by croup. Often it he will give you your money back, often larger. that they are there, then look after Wagers of Richmond, who suffered a aroused Lewis Chamblin of Manches- without any haggling or red tape. them carefully, see that culverts are stroke of paralysis about ten days ago, ter, 0.,R. R. No. 2 for their four And this guarantee means that Try and prove. fixed, ditches dug and the road proper- will be glad to know that his condition children were greatly subject to croup. stomach tablets, as most people ly drained, underlay the loose dirt is improved, and his physicians have "Sometimes in severe attacks," he call tnem will cure biliousness, nausea, $54 Try Stones Cake and Hu- thrown-ttfrom the ditches with rock, hopes that he will ultimately recover wrote "we were afraid they would die, nervousness, heartburn, foul breath, big Pies. nearly always sufficient rock can be the use of his stricken left side. but since we proved what a certain nightmare, and sleeplessness. gathered along the road for this purBring us your Produce. remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is, is such a We will pay highest market price at al. tin.tb. DeIt means that Fire At Wilmre. pose, overhaul that old last winter we have no fear. We rely on it for wonderfully good remedy that it quickmud bole and obviate the chance of it A $100,000 fire at Wilmore last Sat croup and for coughs, colds or any ly turns a bad stomach into a good one, liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford. recurring the following winter. The urday night came near wiping that throat or lung trouble." So do thousi that will stay good, strong and vigordistricts are not so large in this county nourishing town from the may. It or- ands of others. So may you. Asth- ous, just as long is it is treated right. but what the road can be put in first iginated in a liverv store wich moa ma, Hay Fever, LaGrippe, Whooping Try ye men of weak class condition without consuming six destroyed, together with the Patter Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it. 50c stomachs, you take no risk. It is' DEALER IN days, and as a usual thing, two days son Hotel, the post office, drug store and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Sold by guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & and several other buildings, the proper number of hands put in R, E. McRoberts & Son. Residence Phone 199. ,, .. Son and druggists everywhere, Stanford, Kentuck TheCcntral Record noti-Cou- rt, fi s EVERV n V . a y, book-keep- er Call on or Phone 181. c& e, er Ball-ing- w Davidson Walker. j!stfJS5W Car Load of Mc-Robe- rts 3 John Deere Imolemeiits. Public Sale to-wi- t:- - Plows, Corn Planters, Drills and Harrows, Mowers and Sweep Rakes. Oliver and Vulcan Plows and Repairs. Majestic Ranges, Monitor Ccok two-hor- se American Fence. Heyipr rppke. 28c. Stoves. J. R, Item & a -- R fol-iO- W a JMgftfrfo jli Your Account Stll &&s&&pem1l mHmw&m&sj t&i&&&v&&$i yuu wni man us ine copy for your d Horse a n Jack J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer CARDS EN P Jl H we will have them ready for you by Court Day. - 1 Mm 1 The f fi L ULliUflL? fs fi Lancaster Currey's GROCERY mrtA grjmrJMJsrsssrsTiii The Place To Get e Citizens National Bank e, Satisfaction. j Book-Keepe- I A Few "Becauses You'll Have To WHISTLE C; r- - -- miiri. j- MI-O-N- MI-O-N- A Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. V,V6,tr?te ii MI-O-N- A p SELL YOUR TOBACCO W. P. KINCAID, T MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A Theo vurrey LEAF TOBACCO. f I J-- , sAf Ci .:, ,, . '- -, 111 II- ' . rawt rg-3Ter- jU ff yy, " -- .., . ., T. - - ... ...,. MJMMMfc,.MM.MM, ... - , .M,MMMM . . .. Aypav ii .,. ,. i. . .. .... . . . .... .. .. . - - . i. - iiii ... . t mmamm ! EEIkkB j. fjHHiE!9HR I ) I All persons knowing themselves indebted to the Joseph Mercantile Company will please come in and settle their accounts at once as the matters of the Company must be settled up. Please do not de: : : : :: : : : : lay as the matter is important and must be attended to. I I ) I Adolph and Auther Joseph, Executors Of Jacob Joseph, Deceased. iETWS A severe attack on school principal, Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is thus told by him. "For more than Lost a half moon gold pin with star three years," he writes, "I suffered inin middle, set in star. Allice Gibbs. col describable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased lost An account book made out in kidneys. All remedies failed till I used bank book of National Bank, Lancaster Electric Bitters, but four bottles of return if found to J. F. Robinson . this wonderful remedy cured me com- Such results are common. S. C. R. I. Red- s- Eggs For Sale. Ipletely." Thousands bless them for curiner Eggs $1.00 per 15 from pen, 50c from stomach trouble, female complaints, range. S. A. Hill, Lancaster. Ky., R 3 box 41, kidney disorders, biliousness, and for new health and vigor. Try them. Phone 391-Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. FOR SALE A few choice duroc boars and a fancy pair of mare mules three Miss Katie Lee Denny is in Richi.ihk years old. J. F. Robinson d ;1 mond visiting relatives. .83, If you want your house painted or Miss Louse Rice visited relatives in Miss Margaret Hurt of Hyattsville -' "-js.'fiUsjfyJiTtiJsiHiiaiTtiJsi.ry any kind of carpenter's work done, Richmond last week. . is visiting Lancaster friends. ?asfiTiJirHiai write or see Mrs. Nelson Mays has been quite Mrs. A. W. Dyhouse is at home from sick for several days. R. P. Ison, Lancaster, Ky. a visit to Harrodsburg friends. Mr. Rogr Rucker of Lexington visKolice. Miss Nannie Long of Kirksville is ited his parents last week. All persons having my notes please Miss Sallie Woods spent Saturday with Mrs. John Ross for a visit. bring themltOLHjifcer'Kengarlan and re- and Sunday with home folks. Mrs. Emma Bush, of Richmond is ceive the 5per cent payment which Mrs. W. G. Kemper has been quite visiting Rev. and Mrs. 0. P. Bush. i was due March 1st. R. Zimmer. s;ck of grip for several days. l Miss Lucy Francis of Paint Lick is Mrs. Louis Ross of Kirksville visited Presbyterian Mite Society ask their with her sister Mrs. F. S. Hughes. 5 friends to save old books, magazines, Mrs. Walker Guyn last week. news papers, letters, pasteboard boxes Miss Bessie Patton is the guest of Mr. Tom Tribble of Richmond was & postals and scrap paper for them. the guest of relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Burnside of RichCall up any member of society. 3t i? Miss Flossie Tribble is spending the mond. Phone 31. office, National B ink ot Lancaster. week with her aunt Mrs. Henry k. Mrs. Rufus Blakeman of Kirksville For Rent. r.' v. s."i 5 Jti'iJSKSCSi i rr rr '. ."tLfc 'isaj riu'Oiiij-Ui.J'i- i is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. House, yard and garden, barn and Brown. Mis3 Verda Marcum who is attend! barn lot situated almost on the pike fr'fr4''ii,h4'''i,,I,,t',fr,i'il ! ing school at Berea has been the guest Mrs. Banks Hudson of Danville was J three and one half miles from of Miss Ora Estridge. the week end guest of Mrs. F. S. ter on the Buckeye pike, will also rent yOU Mr. W. T. Champ of Lancaster was Hughes. witn nouse iour acres 01 toDacco ana eighteed acres of corn tobacco and corn the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. G. W. Fitzpatrick and daughto be cultivated on the shares, work James Champ last Tuesday. ter are in Shelbyville for a stay with Misses Margaret Anderson and Ada relatives. stock and farming tools furnished. This is the same house occupied by Estridge were guests of Miss Ethyl Mrs. Louis Landram of Danville is Austin Black for the past five years, Estridge Saturday and Sunday, with her mother, Mrs. H. A. B. the land to be cultivated is first class. Misses Stella and Allie Hendren and Phone D. B. Pelphrey 347 A or write Nancy Long were week end guest of Marksbury. Z. T. Rice Richmond Ky. Miss Ethel Walters has returned Misses Stella and Loula McWhorter. Mr. W. F. Parkes of Lowell has from several weeks stay with Lexingbought the creamery building of Mr. , ton relatives. II George Ballard. Mr. Parks is reMrs. Mary White of Stanford is vismodeling the creamery and making a iting Mr. and Mrs. Jacob White of 1 nice residence of it. Upper Garrard. Dr. W. L. Carman accompanied Mrs. Mrs. Fisher Herring of Preachers-vill- e Robert Guyn and Miss Margaaet Ren-nic- k was the week end guest of Miss to Louisville where the latter will Lily Dale Grant. - I . Attacks School Principal. a i a- V..t .i- ,- 3hfK.-?-- ni 2-p;- !frr la C YOU'LL RND IT IN TI1IS COLUMN. Wall Paper, Paints and Varnishes. J I 1-- pd 1 s ii J , ill 8t 1 R. E. McRoberts -- k Son. evening to meet Miss Lee Richmond. Decorations emPrather of in Stanford. I bellished the home and a well appointed Miss Bertha Burnside was a visitor lunch was served to the guests. & in Danville Tuesday. j Rev. and Mrs. 0. P. Bush were Mr. and Mrs. William R. Cook were given a donation party by the memvisitors in Lexington Tuesday. bers of the Baptist church Tuesday afA Brief Mention of the CominCs and Mrs. Alice Wilkerson of Stanford is ternoon, the hours were from 2 to 4. Goings Ly Those Wi Arc interested In. i visiting Mrs. R. B. Wilkerson. Many substantial inviting eatables vzsssxsnm were donated. Miss Lucy Pollard and Lettie Mae Dr. J. B. Kinnaird was in Louisville Kelley are in Danville visiting. Miss Delia Tinder who has been a for a short stay. S. Staudifer of Richmond has diligent student at the Richmond NorMr. J. Mr. Walter Walker of Stanford was been with his daughter Mrs. Lee Per- mal school has been offered a position in town Monday. kins. at the Sue Bennett Memorial College Shelton Saufley of Stanford Editor Mrs. William Gregory returned Sat- in London and entered upon her duties was in town court day. urday to her home in Braddock North as teacher Monday. Mrs. Zack Monroe has been visiting Wednesday Gossk) About People NNNe lt-p- u.vr S er aUliiclJ lUUik lUMLt 0 I BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH BEAZLEY HASELDEN - Rid-dleberg- r ril'tiiriI'4,iv4,?,l,H tyr'r is yOUr fault if I are not Using ( Glen Lily or White House George B. Harris is to join Allen Henry, Vincent Arnold and other memMisses Callie Adams and guest Miss Lee Prather were visitors in Danville bers of the Lancaster colony in Binning Tuesday. ham Ala. George has been appointed agent for the L & N RailDr. J. L. Slavinof Danville is in city ticket road in that thriving southern city. Lancaster for a months stay to prrc-ti- c his profession. The Casey County News says that Miss Sallie Elkin a gifted artist is in Rod Wesley left there Tuesday to join Stanford where she is teaching a class the U. S. Navy. "Rod" will be remembered by Lancaster people as the in china painting. bright little son of Dr. and Mrs. I. S. Miss Bessie Layton of McCreary is Wesley who formerly resided here. spending two weeks with her sister Mrs. David Sanders. Little Miss Virginia Pearl Walker daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker Mrs. Annie Adams' many friends are celebrated her second birthday on Satglad to see her out again after quite a urday by giving a party to a number serious siege of illness. of her friends. This bright little girl Miss Jennie Rankin leaves next week was the recipient of many preaents to visit her sister Miss Mary Rankin at and wa3 quite attractive to all her guests. Madison Female Institute. Miss Callie Adams entertained Wed- Mrs. Annie Slaughter is at home from a visit, to rplativps mhprp sVip was nesday afternoon at ffve in honor of her guest Miss Lee Prather of Rich- called bv the illness of her nephew. ' fPaia maia fVivnii ftlMoa Onrf Little Miss Margaret Barret Brown the home was decorated with ferns and returned Saturday from a visit to her cut flowersa very dainty lunch was cousin Miss Mary Brown of Barbours - ; served by the hostess. I Dakota. vine. FLOUR. city by FMONE 47. Lancaster, Kentucky. It's the BEST and it is made in your 1 M Garrard Milling Company. MM lttM1"!'"-'!OF 1ANCASTER. 1 ' THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. $ Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- I A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, r. 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. ,:s. r.r? 'rasiraarcft., i45toC6.5fei.iwta?nAwi. 'aiiatfj: '. i-- V u NO WONDER industrious Court. The men were assembled at the festal board. Mrs. Emma Kauffman retnrned Mesdames J. B. Collier, Mattie P. Fris-bi- e, Monday for a stay of several weeks U. D Simpson, M. D. Hughe3, with Mr. and Mrs. John Greenleaf of John Walters, and Joseph Mount. A Richmond. most substantial and sumptious dinner sons J. R. was prepared by the capable hostess. Mrs. S. G. Haselden and . in and Duncan leave this week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Powell Duncan in Nicholasville. enter the hospital for treatment. Mrs. Raymond Hendren of Kirks1 George W. Conn has added to his Mrs. E. L. Owsley has taken rooms Cured by the Marvel of tbe Ceatary.B.B. line of Caskets, Robes ville is visiting her parents Mr. and with Mrs. David Ross and will welcome business a full S. Brown. Tested for 30 Years. etc. He has seeured the services of a Mrs. R. her many friends in her usual social first-claMr. Louis Tinder has returned from manner. embalmer. Hearse fur1 1 Aching bones, swollen joints permana protracted visit to his uncle in Bir-- . nished. Miss Margaret Arnold of Madison ently cured through the blood with pure Egg market uncertain oweing to mingham Alabama. It will pay you to examine the qualFemale Institute was at home for a Botanical ingredients, To prove it we weather. ity and prices of our Clover, Timothy. Rev. C. C. Brown has returned from visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. will send you a Orchard Grass, Blue Grass and seed j Harlan county where he was engaged Clayton Arnold. SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE Oats before you buy. in a series of meetiug. CovIf you have bone pains, sciatica or Mrs. James M. Staughton of Hudson & Hughes, Lancaster, Ky. Just received a car load of White Seed Mr. Baker Walker of Nicholasville ington is with her mother Mrs. H. A. shooting pains up and down the leg, Miss Maddell King entertained a spent several days with his sister W. Oats and car of Salt. B. Marksbury who has been quite sick aching back or shoulder blades, swollen large number of her friends at her 0. Rigney and family. joints or swollen muscles, difficulty in but is now improving. received a car load of home "Baconfield" last Saturday night Miss moving around so you have to use crutGertrude Wilkerson of Stanford a miscellanous shower in honor Miss Rella Arnold is at home from aJ Oannel Coal which we can with and Mrs. 0. H. Hendren. Miss has been with her cousins Misse3 Bes- stay in Indianapolis, Ciucinnati, Louis- ches; blood thin or skin pale; skin itches of Mr. and burns; shifting pains; bad breath; King the sie and Willie Wilkerson. ville and Frankfort where she learned lumbago, gout, take Botanic Blood yards bride served a delicious lunch andhandsell out in and groom received many Mrs. Roy Beazley has returned to of many new creations in millinery. ( Balm (B. B. B.) which will remove Other coal from 13 to loots. some and useful presents. her home in Rockcastle after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Mount have re- every sympton, because B. B. B. sends While Miss Eliza Rucker was driving Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beazley. turned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs a rich, tingling flood of warm, rich Wanted hiiilirst down to Paint Lick last Thursday with Miss Hallie Hamm of Cottonburg is Joe Claunch in Somerset. They also pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerthe two little Thomas girls the horse the attractive guest of Misses Bessie visited friends in Danville and Stanford ves, bones and joints, giving warmth marki t price. became frightened and ran for quite a and Eunice Prather this week. and strength just where it 13 needed, Mrs. Stephen Walker will be hostess distance running into a wagon, the bugand in this way making a perfect, last- Master Henry Thomas Hatcher is Fridav afternoon of the embroidery ; Xnrm Mitva f T?tiAiim iot in all Tfra frnrrni ... gy was broken throwing all of them " visiting his grand parents Mr. and circle. A well appointed luncheon will , out. Miss Rncker received painful of the B. B. B. has made thousands of cure of add to the social enjoyment but not serious injuries on the face Mrs. H. C. Pollard at Hedgeville, rheumatism after all other medicines, meeting. and shoulders neither of the little girls Little Miss Annie Katherine Arnold liniments and doctors have failed to were badly hurt. Mrs. A. H. Rice of Richmond India-ni- a or cure, Druggists, or by express, $1 of Birmingham is visiting her grand1 has been called here by the illness per large bottle, with directions for parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Burnsides. AND ITCHING DANDRUFF mother Mrs. H. A. B. Marks- - home cure. Sample sent free by writ-Mrs. Ada B. Kinnaird is at home af- of her bury who we are glad to report is now lng Blood Balm Co Atlanta, Ga. ter a sojourn in Louisville where she SCALP YIELD TO THIS j cribe your trouble and free medical ad- better. caught many new ideas in late mlllingiven. Sold by F. P. Frisbie. Miss Bertha Burnside was at home vice ery-village. was held J. Raymond Haselden has been in An old fashion quilting bee hospitable Tuesday afternoon at the Liberty pntting in a water fixture for on Hill the New Belle hotel in that thriving home of Mrs. B. F. Walter wofollowing HENS cts Chickens 10 to lets, Young Roosters 6cts, Old Roosters 5icts. Ducks 10 to Ids, Geese 6cts, Eggs, 2 to 2cts. RHEUMATISM ss Turkeys 10 to 14cts. Just ! I at lifts Fur at H. B. NORTHCOTT, DEPOT STREET. r""r "V Des-somew- hat J YOUR TREATMENT. Head Aches after counting out the cash for your monthly bills and then finding your cash don't balanse. And it's all unnecessary work too. If you had an Lccaunt a this bank you could simply make out your bills and you could know instantly your checks for cash balance on hand and not be troubled with its keeping. XviwrNX-variVvrnw- BETSY'S POINTERS I never heard of such doings. The idea of breaking into a child's bank to pay a Dry Goods bill. But it does beat all how 'some folks charge. Make a person feel like breaking into anything. It is bei cause I'm treated right that I deal A Garrard Bank & Trust Company. ' with R. S. BROWN. Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff germ from uuderneath the skin with greasy lotions or fancy when R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble. ZEMO .and ZEMO SOAP can be ob- -, tained in any city or town iu America and are recognized the best and most economical treatment for all affections of the skin or scalp whether on infant or grown person. One shampoo with ZEMO ZEMO SOAP and application "will stop itching and cleanse the scalp of dandruff and scurf. We invite "you to try ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP and if not entirely fied we will refund your money. hair-dressi- ng mmmmmmmmmmm rfiaiiiajiiaiinfiL m !iiiiii!iii!iPipiiliiSliBB HAVE vni Tp with ACCURACY and CARE Prescriptions Compounded at FRISBIE'S DRUG i;railBrrgrB,lBimig raJli li.MrrHiarftifli'arBl STORE:--1 ffplpfairglaffglifrUlu A, - FARM AT Government Whitewash. Public Sale Monday March 27th, botham resided at the time of his death. ed by the purchaser. Lancaster. Now that the spring cleaning season is upon us, we publish the U. S. Government recipe for whitewash, which is said to be the very best. "Half a bushel of unslaked lime, alnk-with warm water, cover it dur ing the process to keep in the steam; strain the liquid through a fine sieve or strainer; add a peck of salt previously well dissolved in warm water, three pounds of ground rice boiled to a thin paste and stir in boiling hot; half pound of powdered Spanish whiting and a pound of glue which has been previously dissolved over a slow fire, and add five gallons hot water to the mixture, stir well and let it stand for a few days, covered up from the dirt. It As agent for the heirs of J. M. Higginbotham (deceased) I will should be put on hot. One pint of the mixture will cover a square yard, propoffer at Public Sale before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., on erly applied. Small brushes are best. There is nothing that can compaie with it for outside or inside work, and it retains its brilliancy for many years. Coloring matter may be put in and made of any shade, Spanish brown, yellow ochre, or common clay." being County Court Day, at 10 o'clock a. ra sell the farm known as The coloring matter was left out of it this mixture when used on derelict the Pettus place on the Stanford pike, and the one that said J. M. Higgin politicians. Farm and Stock. Mr. J G. Burnside sold sheriff inson a good horse for $150.00 Rob- - inn mil jjaBnn i : ooooooooaOOO I FARMER'S COLUMN ! 009140004 OOOOOOOOO OOO r M OOOOOOOOO wwwogw Wilson Rogers sold Mote Fox of Danville a 3 year old mule for 175. Who! s Alice? i i i Lear bought of Ed. Clark one extra two year old mare mule for $225. V. A. of Hyattsville bought a pair of mules of Balor Holtzclaw for J. Q. Mahan 325. Bob Arnold bought a nice pair ef three year old mules of Bob Bruce for 395. Let us tell you how Cotton Seed Meal will make you money. , Hudson & Hughes. 1911 CAN'T BE SEPERATED. Some This farm contains 74 acres more or less to be surveyed, if desir Lancaster People Have Learned It has a splendid 7 room brick in good repair, all How To Get Rid of Both. necessary out buildings. This is one of the best suburban homes around Backache and kidney ache are twin The farm is all in grass and has been for nearly 20 years. brothers. Any one desiring to look at the house and premises can do so. Mrs Higginbotham who lives there will take pleasure in showing Possession will be given at once. sale. Terms will be made known on For any further information address G. T. Higginbotham, Agt, You can't seperate them. And you can't get rid of the backache until you cure the kidney ache. same. If the kidneys are well and strong, system is pretty sure-tday of the rest of the health. be in vigorous Doan's Kidney ills make strong, healthy kidneys. George Wright, Stanford St., Lano 1 For the Heirs. n lBBlV-JJMUlBI NEW ULEAft tm MOBILE with Privilege of Extension caster, Ky., says: "I have never known of a better kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney Kidney Pills. Last fall my back ached a great deal and my kidneys were badly disordered. The kidney secretions were scanty and painful in passage. I fortunately had Doan's Kidney Pills brought to my attention and getting a box at Frisbie's Drug Store, I began their use. They relieved me promptly and in return for the benefit I received, I am willing MARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES TicKets on sa!e Feisrcary 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 Good that my name should be used in them. My advice to a from kidney trouble is to sufferers give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial.,, For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United 1 Foster-Milbur- Returning until Plarch 11th, 1911, for full H. C. KINd, STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS particulars, call on any ticket agent, queen & crescent route, OR WRITE States. Remember the name take no other. Doan's and Passenger end Ticket Ajent, 1C1 E. Main Street, Lexington, Kj. W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent. Ingalls BuiiJicz, Cincinnati, 0. Subscribe for Record l HURRY Hurry. OF CHARGE. Record prices received Bring your Tobacco to the ur 24c, 6K, 7J4, Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Co Near L& N Depot. We are in a position to take care of you day or night and will also take care of your stock FREE at our sales last week. Jas Friend's tobacco brought 12, 10.2 30c, Competent men to handle your tobacco and plenty of buyers always on hand. be convinced. Give us a trial and Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Company. Near h. Sc N. Depot. Richmond, Kntucly. Mr J. B. WALKER, is soliciting in Garrard County. Tobacco Orowers-ftTTE- NT The loose floor sale at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse on Perryville street, immediately east of the Queen and Crescent Railway, is being held every day. Buyers from all leading factories are on hand. All tobacco is placed on sale in uniform grades, each grade bringing the highest market price. We make no charge for rejections and will sell your tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive. All insurance is carried by us and your tobacco is protected from the minute it enters our house until it is sold. Experienced men in charge of all departments to guard your interest. Our advice, as is the advice of all tobacco W. B. Burton sold a choice pair of "Alice!" she nterrupted mules to Ison Bros, of Burgin for Season igi I. Buckeye, Ky. 412.50, Mr. Burton also sold Mr. Tom For her name was Mabel. I mean, of course!" "Er Mabel, Yantis a mule for 170. EEN E " FOR SALE Three splendid Jersey said the young man hastily. "I milk cows and calves. B. Woods J. the Thomas Chestnut sold to George "Who is Alice?" demanded Phone 324H. Conn a two year old mule for $170.00. young woman frigidly, adding a foot Mr. Chestnut abo bought of J. W. to the space bet.cen them. "Alice? Ka! Ha! Why, there Isn't Woods a three year old harness horse KLATWOOI) any!" declared the young man viva for 125. Countv? ciously. "It certainly is a joke for me W. H. Furr sold to John Longworth to call you Alice when it isn't your C. L. Raily left for San Juan P. I., one mare for $90. " Office over F Hurt furniture itore. with a string of .Kentucky show horses name! I pretty much on your Miss Mary Beazley commenced a se"She must be which he is going to exhibit at the Kenunk mind," insisted the young woman school at Union Monday. She has Lancaster, forthcoming fair that is to begin at coldly, "when you go around calling lect eighteen pupils. San Juan February 23. every other girl by her name! You Mr. Jesse Baird accompanied by two never mentioned any Alice to me in of his cousins came home from Berea It will pay you to examine the qual- your letters!" ity and prices of our Clover, Timothy, "Now, Mabel!" pleaded the young Friday to visit with home folks. Orchard Grass, Blue Grass and seed man, "why make a fuss over a mere Sam Fields was a delegate to LexBlip of the tongue? Just as I spoke ington and was one of the voters who Oats before you buy. an automobile went by with a girl Voted for the cut out of 1911 tobacco Hudson & Hughes, Lancaster, Ky. ru it who reminded me of a girl I crop. Peaches are in bloom throughout used to know in school whose name -- -- Kentucky. Rev. Pierce Bryant, of Cartersville, Lancaster, " Georgia and the growers are anxious. was Alice, and has been visiting relatives and friends "Your mind works quickly!" scoffed There was severe cold and snow as late in this community. He attended Sunas April 17? last year, in northern the young woman. "But I can always tell a raercerizPd excuse from one day school at Good Hope and gave a Georgia. Two months of worry before and the regulation very appropriate and much appreciated that's them. width! You might just as well oh, talk. l you have been going around with It will pay you to examine the qualgood many mules in Alice Speckcrson while I was away? There were a town but few sold, the demand seem- I'd forgotten all about her and she ity and prices of our Clover, Timothy, ing to have slackened, prices were not was crazy about you when she met Orchard Grass, Blue Grass and seed 7J. W. 3orroir, Graduate Optician Httul. Mdli3. action GunrauteeU. " Oats before you buy. quite so stiff as they have been and you at that dance. If Hudson & Hughes, Lancoster, Ky. the farmers were loth to turn them "No!" insisted the young man, "it was not Alice Spcckerson, for she was loose at the reduction. Mrs. Tom Tankersley died on the away, too." 18th and was buried at Stringtown A' K.. Bruner Bros.of Jessamine county "Then what Alice was it?" the young Monday the 20th. She leaves a hus "You band, one small child and an infant sternly. woman demanded, bought the following horses Monday : of Will Jackson for 150. one of have practically admitted that there only a few days old who have the symVY William Hendren $140., one of T. W. was an Alice. You needn't try to de- pathy of the community. tell me Ollice over Mi Arnold's Millinery. Rogers for $150. one of John Wilson ceive me! You might as "well S110. and one of Will Williams for flrst as last, because for Kills A Murderer. "Mabel," said the young man, gath$125. ering all his forces and speaking reA merciless murderer is Appendicito see you getThere were about 400 cattle at the proachfully. "I hate about something tis with many victims, but Dr. King's ting all worked up stock yards Monday, embracing everythat is purely imaginary. Let's go lu New Life Pills kill it by prevention. thing from suckling calves to thous- here anil get some candy They gently stimulate stomach, liver All W rk Gil ir.iMlft'rt. and pound feeders. Only about one "Harry Pandill!" cried the young and bowels, preventing that clogging It u Aa nun. ui 41 vuunguu nanus, me urov-er- s woman, "don't try to distract me from that invites appendicitis, curing Conuiuiii Lick, Kentucky-- . holding them so high that they the subject! I guess I'm more than stipation, Billiousness, Headache, " were not sold. A lot of good feeders sixteen years old Chiils, 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son, were sold at cents in small lots "You don't look it," interrupted the young man hastily, seeing his chance. to different parties. 3IA11KSJSUK1'. She merely held her nose higher in Mr. W. E. Bradshaw, of Columbia, the air. "I am waiting," she remindM. G. Aldridge bought a flock of Ky., has sold his show mare Bonnie to ed him in a tragedy voice. "Who is girl named Alice that you are so sheep at 6 per head. Ounce over Ltguii'i .tore. Mr. Allen S. Edelen, of Burgin. Bon- the Miss Maggie Hill, of Danville, is the nie is by Kentucky Squirrel out of an in love with that you can't think of tte.M!rnrt Piio-.o. Ollirr Plimu b to and Artist mare and full sister to the Lown- anybody else every that you haveany guest of Mrs. Myers, of the Bend. one whether talk about to des mare once shown by Cohen. BonMiss Addie Arnold spent last week WXiXXyKwoooaooonooo-oouoooooMOo- . one is interested or not? And when nie is a rich chestnut and beautiful you were writing me that you were with her sister, Mrs. Ben King, of gaited and high school horse. The worrying yourself thin because I was Marcellus. price was not given. away. And you were running around Miss Mary Chesnut has returned instead with somebody named Alice, from Lexington where she has been of QUALITY. Now while an attempt is being made and " visiting 'datives. I to leplenibh the stock of hogs on the "A fellow cannot sit in his room and Miss Ella Dunn came out from DanOOOO farm, and hogs are being brought in stare at the wall every night for two from everywhere, it is well to look af- months!" protested the young man. ville a few days ago to visit the home ter the condition of the new comers. "He's got to do something not that of Mr. Morton Robinson. Be sure to secure stock that is free I was running around with any Alice: Pence Bros, have just returned from from disease. Do not bring sick hogs I read lots while you were away Missouri where they purchased two VETERINARIAN. on the farm to contaminate the well and the last book was that ancient car loads of cattle paying 5c. one, 'Alice of Old Vincennes.' It alFormer Director Ai.Imxl Industry Philippine ones. Use lots of disinfectants. Mr. C. K. Poindexter went to Cincin-no- ti Islamic. Ex Veterinarian fulled States Army ways was a favorite of mine and I've on business last week. He was in mind so much it's no wonhad it Office at Logan's Stable. $10 Reward. " the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Geo. Telephone Z2 and IS2. der DANVILLE. KY. "Pooh!" cried the young woman vio Rogers while in the city. For any information leading to recovbeery of my 13 lost sheep 11 white and 2 lently. "You never can make me It will pay you to examine the quality lieve." blacks, last seen about Jan, 3rd. on and price of our Clover,, Timothy, "Mabel!" cried the young man earSugar creek going toward Poor Ridge nestly, "you don't mean to say that Orchard Grass, Blue Grass and seed where formerly owned. All ews. you doubt mo? Don't you believe Oats before you buy. G. H. Ruble. Hudson & Hughes, Lancaster. Ky what I tell you?" ' Office Danvill stiett He looked so stern that the young Mesdames W. J. and Thomps Broad-u- s, Mr. J. Gano Johnson, proprietor of woman faltered a bit. "Well," she John and Alexander Layton of i i o. I'lim.f !). Pn....t- - 85 Ol!l l Emerald Chief Stock Farm, Mt. Sterl- said, "it's kind of funny when you go also Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kelley, girl's ing, Ky. , shipped from his farm Tues- around calling me by some other of Hyattsville, have been recent visiCall and see us for a good day a car load of fine saddle horses to name. Do you mean to say, Harry Pandill, that there really wasn't any tors at the home of Mr. Wrn. Broadus. St. Louis, which he had sold to differ Cut Clean Shave. Bob Rout has accepted a position ent parties in that city. Every one of Alice?" "You heard what I said!" remarked with Kenton Bakingpowder Co. His Tlie Only Two While Barbers In Town. them is bred in the purple and it was young man in a pained voice. territory will be Indiana and Illinois. the biggest sale of saddle horses ever the "Really, I can't tell you how it cuts Mr. hout will make a short visit to his sa N t ee lln : itlt ut made at one time by one farm in Kento have you, of all the world, think for parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Rout of Pii' qiiiir. tucky. j a minute that I was trying to conceal Fayette county before entering upon something!" M. "Why, Harry!" said the young wo- the work. Mrs. Wm. Tuggle and daughter, man, "of course I didn't mean to hurt your feelings! I had no idea you'd Laura, were badly injured while retake it like this! I believe I was turning from Sunday school last Sunexcited and nervous. I I've done it day morning. Mrs. Tuggle who was LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. myself. I remember calling a man by driving accidentally, dropped one line once, my poodle's name just entering into womanhood, Only I thought for a minute " pulling strong on the other one turned MM Piiic'ice in ail Sta'e L'mirt.s and often suffer much pafh and U. S. "Don't say any more about it," in- the buggy over, throwing the occurmri. misery during the change of terrupted the young man with impres- pants to the ground. As a result of r Pollre Piitme 194. their physical organization. sive kindness. "I'll forgive it, Mabel. the fall Mrs. Tuggle received an ugly you'll trust me!" wound on the head and Lauras arm was Many women will tell you Only I hope in future their female trouble started "I'll never doubt you again, Harry," broken. during that trying period, and said the young woman. "You've airways shown me how silly I was!" has clung to them ever since. LIVE STOCK MARKET. "I'm glad you see it that way," said Cardui is a friend to young magnanimously, 'men CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, the young man, girls, as well as to women of nieaiiiui; and Pressing Lahe said to himselt "Gee! That was all ages. It has been found Hogs Sheep Cattle March 1. a close call!" to help women during 1 It would have been him to look a particle than he did. His attitude as he walked beside her was perfectly satisfactory, for she knew that everybody could see ho belonged to her. Being a woman, this made her happy. "It's been so lonesome during all the months you have been away," be told her for the eleventh time. "Ha3 It, truly?" she inquired tenderly, also for the eleventh lime. "You. never can know," he proceeded, "how desolate I was with nothing to do. Why, Alice, for the exclu-ih- c use of onr farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and nch things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will oe accepted over fonr impossible for lines, and uill be only In two of the more devoted ItF.coRD, free of cbaige is-n- ts ri(mce below tbls heading l ATTENTION! mip hi-- ''; lii sf f i LosT-Pal- e place in January. red heifer strayed from my Taylor Rainey h I iirriaj .NIMH'. in .m it " i !) n ! 'v liii k!" S!' !.; siim! olI r U,i!ile lUlb For Sale 2 extra good milk cows. S. A. Hill, Lancaster, Ky. I will stand my Jersey Bull, Golden Lad at one dollar. Money due at time of service. Ed. Price. HENRY DUNCAN'S HaUBEK MIOPOX ltICH2IOXD-TKEET- . Jersey Buli Henry I" Lest During Crab Orchard hunt in November, a black and tan hound. Resharply. turn for reward to Prentiss Walker, Simpson B8427 SW J. w. Y. J. TINSLEY, Surveyor. ? Dr. R. L Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. all-wo- Ulu-'-e- s Denny, DENTIST H, J. PATRICK, Dentist, nl-- A L AA L. A J 4. 1 J Paint -4 DB.W111.BUKXETT P!wsican and Surgeon. e tit 1 Flowers X. LWare McRoberts. Henry L.OaseyD.v.s. Dr. J. B. Kinnairti, Physican and SLrgecn I Mc-Crear- y, v 3air and i- mmmmimMim HOUSE. J. E. Robinson, D:-.;ri- ci absent-mindedl- Jlllc-emv- Lancaster I Dry Cleaning Co their trying periods by relieving pain and restoring disordered .organs to health. warehouses, is that you place your tobacco upon the market as soon as it has been stripped. more then and you save the cost of extra hauling and get the use of your money. It weighs The People's Warehouse has the capacity to accommodate fifty loads of tobacco at one time and ample room for a hundred head of horses. Remember the location Perryville street, immediately east of the Queen and Crescent Railway. Col. I. M. Dunn is the auctioneer who sells at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse; he has had twenty-fiv- e years experience in the production of burley tobacco; his judgement on tobacco you get free. He is ably assisted by C. C, Lucas, of North Carolina, who is an auctioneer of large experience in the loose leaf Mrs. Mary Hudson, Eastman, Miss., writes: "While staying with me and going to school, my young sister vas in terrible misery. I got her to take a few doses of CARDUI Officers Must Be Able to Swim. While it may be true, as has been asserted 'since the disaster in the North river, in which a score or more of the New Hampshire's crew were drowned, that 20 per cent, of the enlisted men of the navy cannot swim, their officers without exception can. At the naval academy midshipmen who cannot show a certain degree of in swimming are comproficiency pelled to take a course of lessons. Old But Kittenish. Receipts Shipments 813 182 3375 116 398 000 15 CATTLE: Shippers Butcher steers extra Jood to choice Common to fair Heifers, extra liood to choice Common to fair Govts, extra (Joed to choice $52S)6 ., 5 6g5 ." 5 00(05 B 4 2V& 4 V b Mi(a 5 to 4 dies and Men'? Garments. Pulilic lu Rtp.iirnn Plioi'P equate. nrt liuirl c ciiintuKMnii. the mi d nn 73.'$54u b. 3 k. m IV. Faulkner, Vlgr. Office over Stormes Drag Store. 'ommou to fair Cauners Bulls balognas Extra Fat balls CALVES: 4i)(S4i 3 5 iVa 4V lfV5 l. 2 50(a 4 On 2 50(a'2 To 4 So 5 10 Olllce Hours to 12. I p. m. to 4. lf5 4 75(35 :5 5 9 8 4 2.'i B. F. 65. market PEOPLES' TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Phone No 50. Perryville St DAVE-ROSSolicitor in Garrard County. S. CO. Incorporated. DANVILLE, KY and it helped her at once. "I have taken Cardui myself and believe I would have been under the clay had it not been for that wonderful medicine." Try Cardui. It will help you. ror sale everywhere. E 48 "Old Mary," Mr. James Collier's buggy mare was left standing on the street the other day without being hitched, she suddenly concluded to to make a quick tour of investigation of the Public Square. So rapid were her movements that in rounding the proposed site for the Government building that she overturned the buggy and did considerable damage. Horses, es pecial young ones should not be left stanaing on tne square, unary is oniy 28 her next birthday. -- extra ralrtogood Common and large.. 50" 10 2"jU5 Phone 00SV5 "Walter. DENTIST. Lancaster. Kv. 40 HOGS: good pacters and butchers 7 7 2.VS.7 40 Mlxtd packers 4(H5'2.1 Stags Common to choice heavy fat sows. 4 TZd, a 2A 7 SOU" 40 Light shippers 7 C07 4C Pigs, (110 lbs and less) SHEEP: extra 6E0 3 75 4 1 Good to choice 2 Common to fair 50 LAMC3-- . extra '. , 6 50(3650 Good to choice .: 6 Q08 40 Common to fair 4 75 5 75 2i7 I have just opened up a new, clean Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention i53 JOHN DUNCAN. ' u -- s