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LANCASTER KY., FRIDAY, MARCH. 10, 1911. Mr. James C. Lackey, aged 55 years, I have a fine boar that I will stand of Madison county and a can- af$1.00 at Mr. W. B. Moss's place. H. The district meeting of the Knights didate for the nomination at the next C. Baily. of ..Pvthias will be ,held in Stanford primary, died at his home in ' ichmond " . rnday alternoon ana evening March of heai't disease. For fit and workmanship H. T. Logan 17th. All member are invited to be leads them all in up to date tailoring Howard Caninitz Married. present. ' suits made to measure from $15.00 to Howard Camnitz of Hustonsville, 50.00 Some democratic politicians are try- ' the celebrated baseball pitcher for the ing to get Hon. A. 0.. Stanley to run Other Prospective Candidates. Pittsburg team was married in Lexagainst McCreary for the democratic ington to Miss Mftry Law last week nomination for Governor. Senator McThe name of Dr. W. M. Elliott, of Ky. him and it is rence Claxton of Louisville Creary has the people for Bryantsville and Capt. T. A. Elkin, of to be hoped that congressman Stanley Lancaster are being mentioned for Laborers Leave. will decline to enter the race, representative. Both are good men. James Ballard left on Monday for Capt. Elkin informed the editor that he Mr. and Mrs. Ben D. Hemcion, cl North Liberty. Ind.. taking with him would not make the race altho his Lancaster, were in town Wednesday. fourteen of the best colored laborers in We have not Mr. Hemdon, who has just been &p-- 1 Lancaster. These men will work for friends are urging him. talked to Dr. Elliott, our affable friend pomtea envision ueputy unuui the Universal Fiber Uo. at tneir Hemp of Bryantsville, but should he decide Cooper, came to make his bond and handling plant. to get in the race he will have a strong His headquarters enter upon his duties. following. We know him to be a genMason's Meeting Postponed. will be in Richmond. He is a son of tleman of the highest type and one of Capt. Wm. Herndon, of Lanbaster, at d Because of the damage sustained by the leading citizens of his section. The is one of the most widely known i av- the Masonic lodge room by fire, the shaking enue men in the district. Danville work which was to have been done announced candidates are busy hands with thpir many friends and telMessenger. this (Thursday) afternoon and night, ling them what they are for in case "Magic that is magic" is what the by P. G. M. Samuel K. Veach of Car- they do go to Frankfort as representaFloyds offer as the next attraction at lisle, and the banquet which was to tive from this county. Mr. Farra ant e Court House Monday night Mai th follow at the Kengarlan Hotel, has nounces that he is in favor of the in27th. , Every feature on their progr: m been postponed until the necessary re- itiative, referedum and recall which he pairs can be made in the lodge room. is thick, and broad and long with e will explain to his friends and which the kind that .is utterly the Record has explained in its columns. New Firm. devoid of the conventional and antique. In substance the plan is to place the Messrs. John and Gabriel Walters power to repeal a law or to oust an ofTheir twenty years of experience lu placed them in the front ranks c' have purchased the stock of furniture ficer when he is not doing his duty, in America's greatest artists. They aie of Mr. F. G. Hurt, and the business the hands of the people by a direct entertainers of the very highest class. will continue at the old ste'nd under vote. All of their wonderful experiments hi the firm name of the Walters Furnig and illu- ture Co. Gabe Walters will sever his modern magic, Judge Walker On Hencst Elections. sions are strictly original. An eveu'm;; connection with the Joseph MercanBecause of the fact that when inof startling surprises, refined mirth ur.u tile Co. on the 15th inst, and will destructing Grand Juries in other Countpleasing music is assured all wlroatter.d vote his entire attention to the ies in the district in regard to Honest this unique performance. -J 43. ffi CC33CSt833DM1S for Easter T. Logan; If you want a nice tailor made suit leave your measure with H. er Dead. Subscribe for The Record. mmwmm;mBm&ri imnwm0M pa i ilTrPlP I We Guarantee Satisfactory Plumbing That is 3m It is also the rea- why our workmen are the most highly skilled in their respective lines; we employ no others. son why we use only the finest materials, and when advising upon, and supplying Planters sold in w ThiQ Iq A ft ft. proof that Qiiffinipnt it is a good one. V ft 4 Jg V 'V- -' ,- -r -w u'." , plumbing fixtures, we advise and supply Something new that no other planters have. Let us explain it to you. ets 8 3 JEEi fig "tafcr Goods, SMjills; is which we know always do us credit by their durability, beauty and general sanitary excellence, and give most satisfaction to our "The best at the best 'price" guarantee our work. our motto, and we (&&? l.B$3;&g WSH S u. i its si y?ii y. II Information cheerfully furnished. ill mind-readin- jtj P--v HftSElDEN BROS. Y Will run as good as NEW. LcVge Ad. Boner Withdraws. We can save you money if you will let us. Lancaster, Ky. Jc-re-sire-r- At .!'& -;Ci-2.K4- ? mmFmswm&m$mm2& "33 fmmmmmmmmi vW u tfZrSZ- .'SSS'SCUi- -S 1 Mm 6 rvj m 1 Ml nr KV AVI i jTCrttihtt ''mark jy f Mtmh twmm E- M COPTR1CMT BT A CO, E3 V. FEJCE Vi? ?VJj you want it, at And tlie pay. every particular or you as I PI mm Ksi-iiJ'jJC- H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky. " ' " " -j J.y ? Notice the large advertisement of George Boner has withdrawn from Mr. A. E. Gibbons who has a lare the contest for the postmastership at Nicholasville, giving as an excuse presstock of wall paper Etc. sure of business. Some of f"i03e who Sent To Reform School. u know say that George had the inside We Lihu Campbell, a seventeen year old track and would have won out. white boy who stold a horse from J. N. hope now that he will find time to isAllen, was tried in the Circuit Couvt sue his newsy little paper, which was and fair elections. Monday and sentenced to the House of temporarily suspended during his office It has been decided that he who Reform until he shall have rerched the seeking. steals an election has committed an act age of 21 years. as dishonest as could be committed, the Mr. James Turner III. Court of Appeals of Kentucky has said To Lexington For Safe Keeping. On last Thursday Mr. James Turner so. The man who steals an election it runs lighter and is stronger, it will turn dirt where others Judge Walker, in order to avoid any experienced a serious attact of heart has committed an offense worse than j possibility of mob violence, has ordered failure, and at first it was thought that the man that steals a horse, because fail. See the plow and get prices before you buy. the three negroes who assaulted and he was dead, He fell near his home the latter only steals a chattel of flesh on depot street. He was taken home and blood, which can be replaced with robbed three farmers near Stanford, sent to Lexington for safe keeping where it was sometime before he was a few paltiy dollars, but the man who On Thursday last Deputy Sheriff revived, he remained in a critical con- steals an election not only commits a Embry and Jailer Dink Farmer of dition for several days, but it is thought crime against the one from whom he . . Stanford took them to Lexington, that he is out of danger. steals, and agai-- st society, but against where they will be held in jail until the the millions vet unborn. New Councilman. May term of the Lincoln circuit court I do not say this with the hope that Mr. Horace Herndon, who was elect- there will be an indictment returned by when they will be returned to Stan KiBWPvySQajjjhN I ed to fill the vacancy in the City Coun- you, but that I may undertake to create ford for trial. cil in place of Mr. James W. Smith, at least a slight public sentiment against who resigned, having failed to qualify it, which in time may become so strong to the office, the Council at its regular that the practice may cease altogether. meeting on last Monday night elected One of the most dangerous crimes Capt: William Herndon to succeed Mr. that confronts the American people toSmith. Capt, Herndon is well versed day is the crime of bribery in public in the responsibilities and duties of a elections. "City dad", having served more thn Gentlemen, stop and think about it, Bargains on Hames, Collars, Back Bands, Wagone in that capacity. Must custom require that a man in order to become an officer of the lawbe Big Crop Predicted. on Breeching, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Check compelled to commit a penetentiary of100,000,000 pounds of tobacco to be fense?. I call upon you to use your raised during the coming year, is the best judgement, and to consider that if Lines and everything you need on your farm. prediction of a Louisville tobacco ware- it is not an outrage that public sentihouse, in the burley growing district. ment requires a man to commit a felony An increase of over one hundred per- before he can become an officer of the cent over any crop for the last three law: that a man must make himself a years. If their prediction prove true, criminal before he can be elected to ofwhich we sincerely hope will not come fice. One might ride into this town the to pass, the cut out problem will be l08 BY J& to V.PRICE & CO. solved of itself for the weed will not night before some election and interest some of the members of some of the difbring two cents a pound. ferent churches to raise money to bribe Graham Price Announces. the county, and yet if I was to ask spring AUTO these same people to steal a horse, Mr. R. G. Price of Danville, Clerk of believe the 11 ARMORY, MARCH 15, 16, 17, 18, 1911 they would be insulted. I clotnes the Boyle Circuit Court, has announced act in itself is more hurtful to the ALL THAT'S NEWEST his candidacy for the office of Clerk of county than the act of the man in stealexamine the Kentucky Court of Appeals, subject ing a horse. PERTAINING TO MOTORING a ,4BHs0?r!y.. to the action of the' Democratic party. mmmm!mtx'' DECORATIONS MOST ELABORATE. IMPERIALi Why do I say so, there is a reason. noLLy tlue-gr- ay Graham Price has served as Clerk of BAND. SPECIAL FEATURES VWe7SZrtbEX Our free institutions are founded on the the Boyle Circuit for twelve years and theory AFTERNOONS 25c EVENINGS 50c that in the majority we find the and sliades or is one of the best clerks in the state. most virtue, the mo3t intelligence and He is one of the best democrats and the greatest desire for right, and when and Llue, party workers in Boyle county, an afthat majority can be controlled with fable gentleman, and an money, then we substitute money for woolens sent county man and he is going to make virtue, intelligence and right, and the somebody hard to catch in. this race. whole fabric of our foundation for popus ular government becomes thereby desA Cow In A Zoo. troyed, and bribery and corruption is What would you think of exhibiting substituted in its stead. &, a cow as a genuine curiosity? Not a Is there any reason that we put CHICAGO MER CH ASi'tAILOKS d cow, but criminals in office? Should the law d or just a common, every day boss. Cen allow such conduct to go unpunished tral Park, New York City, vhich has and unharmed?. I warn you because 7V11 measure and one of the finest collections of wild ani- public opinion should be aroused to the Mr Alex West milked three cows during the year mals in the United States is to have extent that a man who holds a stolen selection made up nave such a cow, because thousands of or bought office should be as much dis1910. One of these cows was a registered Jersey, one a school children of New York have never graced "as the man who commits any a price seen a Jive cow and have but a hazy other felony. And it will stop just as high grade Jersey and one a Shorthorn. idea of the origin of the milk they soon as public sentiment takes this posclotnes The cow is to be milked in a ition, and the best element wants it KUt drink. Mr West used about one gallon of milk per day at d paddock where the little stopped, and no sooner. Because you needn children can see the great sight. home; the rest he sent to the Creamery, for which he reknow that the people of this county pay and this state demand that a man Fox's Case Reversed. ceived $190.31. so much money before he can be elecRobert' Fox of near Marksbury, who ted. The value of the milk used at home being $36.50 or It is an outrage. Human rights and was injured in Danville over a year to ago by his horse becoming scared at a human privileges are not given us a total of $226.81; or $75.60 per cow; per year. and toy with, but they should be steam roller and running away with play ' with the him, and who was given a judgment appreciated commensurate DOES IT PAY? hardship by which they were won by against the city of Danville in the Boyle Circuit court for $2,000, has had our fathers. An office is only honorable when it is his case reversed by the Court of ApVinnnmViW ohtained. and the man who peals. The higher court held that the only dis city had a right to operate a steam holds an office unlawfully, not disgraces that office. roller, they not only reversed the case, graces himself but Men may gain by improper conduct, but ordered it dismissed. though he Mr. Fox is by no means the first per- but what does it profit a man improperly, themachina-tio- n may get rich in office son to be injured though of the steam roller, lots' of people for it has been said by Him who . ., failed stilled the waves of the sea that he have been run over by them,-anwill lose his own soul." to be restituted for their injuries. Elections, Judge Walker's remarks have been either misinterpreted or misconstrued, we herewith print his instructions along that line in full. The instructions given here touching on this subject were the same as he has given at other places. "There is also another question about which the law requires that I should instruct you, that is concerning honest cmsx iaMiX' imxGxo2x soo09ttoeooooo( William J. Olivers improved plow leads all others. jffr'Mf'B' 3 W. J. Romans, OT EFORE tuying vou -- find it tne wortli wnile to .mixtures, tan, brown new in tke beautiful Spring to fust Sb, LOUISVILLE SHO -- jr - flrWiwMfrlMjginfrrfH. riaiailjpliSd by 'Ed. K Price Co. i Blue Grass Creamery of three-legge- four-taile- 1 Lancaster, Ky. take your your witnm your ability to will satisfy you in t take tbem. city-reare- Wl -- tejtai-J Blue Grass Creameryof Lancaster, Ky. d ijSjgwanB'aiiigiiTrgiiirBiii iSfiiijiiiiifiiJffi i $ r - - ." 'v I' I "J make money right here at home, ready to your hand, all that is lacking is the investment of a little capital, and conincorporated. siderable confidence in the paying qual51.00 a year. Issued Weekly. ities of home industries. These opportunities will not be open GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. to us always, our chances are rapidly slipping from us. While we are sitting Entered at the Po-- Office In Lancaster, Ky., bemoaning our fate, neighboring towns as Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. are erecting the very industries which . Member Kentucky Press Association we should and could have, and thus bringing closer to us a market, and '" and thereby reaping the harvest which we League. Eighth District Publishers should reap. Everytime a factory goes up in Richmond, Danville or any Lancaster, Ky., March 10, 1911. of the nearby towns, it curtails our The Central Record t - a Congressional investigation, which was instigated by charges preferred against him by Gifford Pinchot, at that time Chief Forester. Pinchot charged that Ballinger aided the Guggenheim-Morga- n syndicate in a land grab in Alaska. The Investigating Committee exonerated Ballinger, but there was a great' deal of talk of the exoneration being a "whitewash", and it is thought that this had a great deal to do with the Secretary's resignation. Justice Harlan of the Supreme Court, a Kentuckian and a Presbeterian of the old school administered a stinging rebuke to the Sabbath violators in Washington. He said in part:-"- It is a shame that certain people from New York with big bank rolls should be allowed to come to Washington and give Sunday dinners and supper parties, when that day should be devoted to the work of God. I whish there was some way to stop this unwelcome influx into the Mr.' J. B. Walker Improved. -- ' 10.00 of our own labors? County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 Wake up Garrard County Develop10 ment Association, you Calls, per line started out 10 with great promises for the "Land of Cards, per line For all publications in the interNow". Up to the present, none of est of individuals or expresthem have been fulfilled. Are you go- Capitol." sion of individual views, per ing to do any better in the future, or 10 must we look to some line other source for Twenty thousand United States 05 Obituaries, per line the development of Garrard county troops are being mobilized along the Mexican border and four cruisers, the resources? Tennessee, Montana, Washington and ANNOUNCEMENTS North Carolina are being hurried to the Congress Adjourns. Texas coast line. It is thought that The 61st Congress of the United Sta- the officials at Washington deemed Democratic Ticket. tes passed into the history Saturday. these steps necessary because of the FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. The last moments in both houses were insurrection in Mexico, and they desire Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. marked by stirring scenes; in the to have troops and battle ships close at Senate by the wiring by Senator Joe hand in the event Americans or AmeriBailey of his resignation to the Gover- can interests become endangered. For The Legislature. nor of Texas, which was afterward, W. A. Brubaker, prohibition candiin the House by a We are authorized to announce J. A. however; lively tilt between the outgoing Speak- date for Mayor in Chicago' promises Doty as a candidate for the Legislaelected, he will raise the price ture, subject to the action of the Dem- er, "Uncle Joe" Cannon and Repres- that if of water, that he will put the water entative Ben Johnson of Kentucky. ocratic party. The Canadian Reciprocity Treaty plant on a paying basis, that instead of failed of mention in the final hours and being run as a loss as it now is he will For The Legislature. the question of its passage was never place it on a paying basis. He also even suggested. Immediately after the promises a iair deal to saloon keepers, We are authorized to announce John closing President Taf t issued a procla- that he will see that they are not levi M.Farra as a candidate for the Legisla- mation calling together the 62d. Con- ed upon lor gratt tor the privilege or ture, subject to the action of the Dem- gress in in extraordinary session at conducting their business. ocratic party. at noon on April 4th, for the special With the ending of Congress on the purpose of the consideration of the 4th inst three Kentuckians retire to pri Reciprocal treaty, which the old convate life. They are Congressman Jos.Our Need. gress failed to pass. The legislation of any moment enact- eph Rhinock of the Sixth, who retired What Lancaster, and Garrard county Congress may be sum- voluntarily and was succeeded by Arneeds is a market for their products. ed by the 61st. thur Rouse; Don Carlos Edwards of the Whynot a tobacco, hemp or wool fac- med up in very few words: Creating of Eleventh, who was defeated for the tory, one or all? But, you will say "they a commission to investigate Alaskan nomination by Calab Powers and Joseph W. H. Conn, would not pay". How do you know, conditions; appropriating $3,000,000 for Bennett of the Ninth who was defeatL & N Is Interested. Administrators. 4t. the fortification of the Panama Canal; you never tried them, they have paid creating two new forest reserves; mak- ed by W. J. Field, a democrat. Mr. L. A. Dwell, Travelling Freight other places why not here. Again you Agent for the L & N railroad was here will say "Our water supply is inade- ing Robert E. Peary of North Pole And now the Canadian this week investigating and gathering quate." Again we answer that we have fame, an Admirable, providing for the element is making a great fight data and stafisties as to the amount of a splendid system of water works, it is building of two new battle ships, a the measure advocated by Presi true the capacity is limited, but should few others of less importance, the pass- dent Taft, and are spending money in tobacco grown in Garrard county. His age of the sundry it be deemed advisable, or become nec- absolutely necessaryappropriation bills support of their opposition. However, visit was for the purpose of advising to the running of very essary, with the expenditure of a the farming element is heartily in fav- his Company as to the feasibi ity of comparatively, we could the Government. establishing a loose leaf tobacco market small amount, A total disregard was evinced for the or of it, and there is little doubt of it here, and if his investigation proved extend the present main to Dix river, becoming effective if the new Congress satisfactory, his company would interwhere an inexhaustable supply of wishes of the chief executive in regard ratifies it in the United States. est themselves in trying to secure buywater for all purposes could be obtain- to the passage of the reciprocity treaty ers and establishing a market here. ed. Thus are the most potent objec- in fact every effort was made, to present it coming up for passage in the Uucle Sam's "trust busters" are Mr. Dwell was very favorably impresstions to local factories disposed of. again busy, Suit has been filed at Cle- ed with the conditions here, and while Now for the reasons that we do not Senate; now with a Democratic House verland O, against 37 manufactures of he did not express himself, it is more have manufactories, mills and loose leaf and a barely Republican majority in Incandescent light globes, charging than probably that he will make a favtobacco markets, as other towns of our the Senate, the President, will ask them with being banded together in orable report It is definitely known size have. The chief reasons is the them to ratify the making of the treaty restraint of trade. Among the defendfailure upon the part of home people to between commissions from the United ants is the Kentucky Electric Co. of that a loose leaf market and plant will be established south of the invest their capital in home industries, States and Canada. Truly a peculiar state of affairs, a Owensboro Ky. Kentucky river within the next year by Office Phone 31. the fact, as they claim, that because of Residence Phone the American Tobacco Co, and with our would not pay. Again we say you Democratic Congress to do for him it Senator Lorimcr, who saved his seat own advantages and claims, coupled LANCASTER. KY. do not know, you have never tried, and what a Congress with a majority of in the Senate by such a narrow margin with such his own party failed to do. a strong factor working in until you have tried, you will never was vociferously welcomed back to his our behalf as the L & N, it is pretty know, home in Chicago. He was escorted to sure to Senator Bailey Resigns. amount to something. Let us Surelv here where the raw material I his home from the station by a long au- hope so at least. is produced, it can be manufactured as Just at the closing of the 61st Cong- tomobile parade, and along the route It was through the efforts and rep- IB cheaply as it can where it has to be ress Senator Bailey of Texas approach- women and FSJ . H children pelted him with resentation of Mr. J. M. Farra the transported to a distance and the addi- ed Vice President Sherman and notified flowers. president of the Development Associa-- , tional expense of transportation added him of his intention of resigning his to the cost of manufacture. seat in the Senate, and requested Mr. The city of Reno celebrated the de- tion that this matter was brought to the attention of the L & N people, and you ever stop to consider that Sherman to notify the Senate. "SunDid hemp produced here in the county ny Jim" refused to have any thing to feat of the bill requiring a year's resi- they were shown where they were losour is shipped to Boston and other eastern do with the matter and urged Mr. Bail- dence in the State by persons seeking ing much revenue by the tobacco grown points, there manufactured into rope, ey to reconsider his action, whereupon divorce. Is it Reno's theory that not in Garrard county finding no home clothing and other finished products, Mr. Bailey wired his resignation to even to get a divorce would the aver- market. This of course caused them, j "brought back here and sold to us. Our Gov. Colquitt of Texas. The Gover- age person live in Nevada one year? to get busy. vWe are now ready to make partial g tobacco is shipped to Louisville, Cincin- nor promptly wired his refusal to acThe Elk's lodge of Middlesboro, Ky. anolotries to the Development Associa- - fral nati and everywhere else, manufactued cept the resignation, asking for w m sit m will celebrate the opening of their new tion for the insinuation that they were m M ifa Our and returned to us to be retailed. and urging Senator Bailey to home on March 17th. This lodge has dead, we now think they were only wool is shipped away and returned in reconsider. just completed the building and it is sleeping, and we hope that now they Wheat, because of the same manner. Senator Bailey became miffed at some the fact that we produce but a limited, of his Democratic colleagues because, said to be one of the finest homes in are once more aroused to action that they will continue in their efforts for quantity, is mostly consume! at home. as he claimed, their action in voting for the state. the good of the town and county. With this probable exception, every- the endorsement of the Arizona conMinneapolis was visited by fire Sunthing which is produced in Garrard stitution which contained the InitiaCircuit Court. county is shipped away to be manufac- tive, Referendum and Recall clauses, day which did damage to the value of $l,000,000r Nashville Tenn. also had a tured which clauses the Senator denominated The March term of the Garrard cirWe defy the world to show us a more as "Populistic Heresies", was a re- fire Sunday which wiped out $300,000 of cuit court convened Monday with Judge m productive area of country than Gar- flection on, and a rebuke to him. Upon property. Lewis L. Walker presiding. Hon. Chas rard county, a territory that will their assurance that such was not inA. Hardin was on hand to look after ' a greater variety of farm products tended, but that they simply endorsed A Card. the Commonwealth's interests. Mr. j and stock. And yet with all this we the measure because it met with their George T. Ballard, sheriff and Messrs Editor Record: I am thankful to the must need send it all away to come approval, and that nothing personal press and many friends, for kind men- C. A. and B. F. Robinson and Tommie 43 back to us in the manufactured form. was intended, he wired his withdrawal Why we ask for and exBallard as deputies, Mr W. B. Mason Such a state of ca3e is a crying shame, of his resignation to Gov. Colquitt and tion of my name in connection with the pect your grocery trade. legislative race, but since my friends clerk with Miss Sue Shelby Mason as one that would not exist in the north- the incident was closed. are not as insistent as the friends of his deputy were sworn and the court BECAUSE as far as it is posern states. There, they would erect Senator Baily is a very able man, and proceed to business. sible to determine our factories which would furnish a ready at one time was a very useful man in some of the aspirants, and have kindly then stock takes in all the good jnarket for every one of these products, the ranks of the Democratic party, but consented to let me do as I please about The following gentlemen were chosen the matter, and for the futher reason and qualified as jnrors. finkinds, and leaves the othand would establish a trade for the of late years he has drifted further and raw further from the democratic principles, that two gentlemen have already aners out. ished products rather than the Grand Jury. material; aside from this, they would until now he has reached the place nounced, either of whom can do a good J. T.Rainey, Foreman, J. B. Lawson, BECAUSE if you are particuemploy hundreds of hands. We as well where he cannot tolerate the differing part in enacting much needed legisla- T. A. Elkin, Thomps Arnold, lar about eatables, our tion, I hereby decline to enter the race, M. S. as they could do all of this. Thompson, Henry Arnold, with his views even if those views be This conclusion will store will appeal to you. remove all fear of Thomas If all the capital which has been sent undemocratic. Hicks, Elisha Forbes, defeat, which would have constantly out of Garrard county in the last 25 BECAUSE we play the game J. H. McQuerry, J. B. Bourne, We 'wonder if the gentleman from years to be invested in "boom towns", Texas took into consideration that had been uppermost in my mind if I had J. A. Todd, of business fair and square : Samuel Day. Building & Loan Associations &c, he been taken at his word and his re- made the race. A friend suggested We make right any misPetit Jury. and lost, had been invested in substan- signation accepted, that his place could that my name had been mentioned often takes that we may make C. S. Ballew, Mai Carter, tial home industries, the investors have easily been filled, if not by a enough, in connection with the race, to C. S. Moberly, as soon as we hear of them Lem Teater, would have been much the richer and more able man, then at least by a bet- disgrace me anyway, and I had as well B. M. Lear, H. B. Cox, run but we differ about that. BECAUSE we try awfully the town more thrifty thereby. We ter democratic. Milton Ward, J. S. Johnson, The election of a United States Senhard to "get there on Clubs, Develophaye had Commercial Or. does Mr. Bailey think he is inJ. S. Fields, time. ' ' We appreciate the and the like without dispensable to the Democratic ranks ator makes the office referred to a very Sam Cotton, ment Association J. B. Browning, A. S. Dunn, Respectfully, desirable one. inconvenience of waiting number, outside of holding one or two in the United States Senate? John Merryman, Henley Bastin, M. D. Hughes. for goods to be delivered. enthusiastic meetings and adopting a Wm. Wells, Wm. Lear, 'battle cry", they have done nothing. BECAUSE in spite of all these Money For School. Opposes Harmon for President A. K. Walker, Joe Hammonds Like the child's toy, when the novelty advantages your dollar is The Trustees of the Lewis Y. Leavell H. J. Tomlinson,. R. L. Arnold, In last weeks issue of the Commoner, has worn off it is cast aside. as large here as anywhere u- R. D. Parks, aviason, Better adopt the "if at first you dont Mr. W. J. Bryan announces that he fund have just turned over to the trus- often larger. S. L. Rich. succeed" theory". This has been prov- does not consider Governor Harmon of tees of the school $3140.70 which is the i - u- - Lowell, Try and prove. The instructions given to the grand in our midst in the case Ohio, an available candidate for the 1910 net income off of the amount inen right here of the old Minor mill, which was erect- Democratic party to nominate for the vested by the school out of the money jury by Judge Walker were thorough, Try Stones Cake and Hu- ed and started, its owners concluded it presidency for 1912. He will give his left by the late Lewis Y. Leavell. The rigid and comprehensive, and covered big Pies. would not be a paying investment, and reasons later. Governor Harmon has executor of the estate has turned over the complete duties of that body. He i practically abandoned for several years a neavy mu to tne presidential nomi- to tne trustees $30uu. ana tne Daiance uweit at lengui on me ininngement of . Bring us your Produce. j .1.1 nation with Mr. Bryan opposing him. due the school is invested in stocks not tne nquor laws, tne election laws, tne when it was bought by other men yet sold. The school trustees now have laws of sanitation. and started, with what success we all know, Too many of our Richard A. Ballinger, Secretary of money to buy the children a play ground He' dwelt at length on the evils of people are imbued with the idea that the Interior, has tendered his resigna- and- - if, they can buy one reasonable, we mob violence, also on the unsanitary Lancaster will never amount to any- - tion to Psesident Taft, and it has been think the money would be well invested condition of the court house and other thing as a manufacturing point, too accepted. The President has indicated but of course they cannot afford to pay public buildings. much lack of appreciation of the home that Walter L. Fish of Chicago will an enormous priqe; better build a large j The docket is an unusually light one gymnasium which the children ought to and it is expected that it will be entire town and its possibilities, lack of nerve, succeed Secretary Ballinger. Ballinger was the subject recently of I have at any rate. ly cleaned up at this term of court. to seize the opportunities to failure I i 1-d; 1-anti-reciproci- ty chances just that much. Shall we continue to be simply a Announcements Rates For Political feeder for other more prosperous comFor Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 munities, or shall we reap the reward For For For For Mr. T. B. Walker, who has been quite ill recently is somewhat improved at the present writing. The report that Mrs. Walker had suffered a stroke of paralysis, which was circulated, and Garrard Girl Rejoices. which was published in neighboring papers, was erroneous. Mrs. Walker Miss Katie Mae Dickcrson, the Re has been suffering with a slight vnerv coid's efficient Buckeye correspondent ous attack, but nothing serious, and who is attending the Normal School at has almost entirely recovered. Rifhmonfl. writps ns to fiXnlain the difference between Richmond and a Day Letter Service. drunken man as being one hundred and With a view of increasing the use-o- f twenty six votes. our service and affording fulness Dangerous Fire. patrons of the Western Union Tele- graph Co., an opportunity to send by What might have proven a danger- telegraph at rates in plain language of ous fire was prevented Friday evening more or less urgency for which our by heroic offorts of the Fire Company Night Letter service is too slow, it has ably assisted by a few citizens who been decided, to establish a new class have fought fires in Lancaster so often of service known as "Day Letters," that they have become adepts at the commencing March 1st, between all business. j Western Union offices in the United At 6:30 o'clock flames were discovered issuing from the cornice around the States. As soon as the consent of the Ca- roof of the Citizens National Bank, nadian authorities can be secured the the alarm was quickly given, and inservice will probably be extended to vestigation proved the fire to be in the Great Northwestern and Western attic, between the ceiling of the MaUnion offices in Canada and the Mari sonic Lodge room and the roof. A 2 line of hose was quicklv run up and in time province Messages for transmission as Day the hands of fearless and experienced Letters will be accepted at any hour men the blaze was soon extinguished; for delivery upon receipt at destina-- ! not however, before considerable dam- tion, but they will be secondary to age had been done, the roof and cor- regular day messages in the order of nice was damaged, a partition in the their transmission and delivery. The lodge room was burned, and the caqiet rates will be 1 2 times the Night and some of the furnishings were daminitial charges for each 10 words in aged by water. Quite a lot of damage Letter rates for 50 words, plus 5 th was also done to the Record office, excess of 50. Code languages will not which is on the second floor of the be accepted at these rates. Bank building. Machinery and stock Day Letters may be filed by tele- was damaged by water, but not so sephone or will be collected on call in the rious as to materially interfere with usual way and will be handled the same business. Some damage was also done as ordinary day messages in all re- in the Bank by water running through. spects, except that as stated they will All damage was fully covered by insurat all times be subordinateed to the let- ance. The origin of the fire is un ter in the order of transmission and known. delivery, They must be written in plain Notice English. Code language is not permissible. The rates adopted for this All persons having claims against the service are made possible only by the estate of J, T. Conn deceased present utilization of what would otherwise be them to us on or before April 1st. 1911 surplus facilities between intermittent approved according to law also those points of more urgent traffic and by indebted to deceased come forward less specialized handling. and pay. ' John A. Conn, After one of the most bitterly contested elections ever held in Richmond, that city again went dry on last Friday by 123 votes. The "drys" earned three out of four precincts. Richmond voted dry three years ago by 150 votes. FT S "An I PL! J. - ft g EVERY THURSDAY. - i Call on or Phone 181. Davidson & Walker. t:AWWiil ft&y&tfm A Car Load of John Deere Implements, Plows, Corn Planters, Drills and Harrows, Mowers and Sweep Rakes. Oliver and Vulcan Plows and Repairs. American Fence. Hevifr make. 28c. Majestic Ranges, Monitor Cook x I I I Stoves. P & A Ls J mmm fi98g.aS9&2 F,SJ nn & yriiis g f IJUl Your Account is Still Due. i&MM&&M2fi&8&8& I i22&3lte& If you will mail us the copy for youj Horse J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer and Jack CARDS wwi-ix- c -- g wlim m f li we will have them ready Awx vj iay. Tin firw TPfil P MARR I I1U his i un& a S Hj a 2 ju - ILi &3 1 llurreysl The Place To Get a. 3 pwsm& B. F. HUDSON, President. Lancaster, Ky. 3M&M?mmftMr J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. suapNrfyfejgrsgrgjsyftirsaT&yTSuag 3 ORGAXIZ1W 1SS3 , PtHM!F.RY v pat-icula- rs, g Citizens Isiational Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. I 2 gj CAPITAL $50,000. V. W. O. RlGNEY, SURPLUS $30,000. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walker, Jr., Eook-Keepe- I Satisfaction. A Few "Becauses Ass't Cash'r. r. Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. Prompt Attention. . i J F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. pro-dn- ce 5Sr3&&2u.'52Src fffl a J2eii You'll Have To WHISTLE gaiwgvi time for even as good lumber ay. ours. You can whistle forever and a long get no better. There isn't any. We stay on top in the lumber business just because of the super.ority ot our beams, boards, timbeis, etc. Ask any builder if it pajs to buy the best lumber. His answer should make you our customer. I iwm a Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. naat "i ac mmmm aa 4 ... . a .. SELL YOUR TOBACCO We will pay highest market price at all times. liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford. De"1 1 1 I.' Thco Ciimyi ; W. P. KINCAID, DEALER IN. LEAF TOBACCO. Stanford, Kentucky Residence Phone 199. u u. pAja.- - -- vV..2-i " Jn tS - I m 'A M Ji II Nil 1 j I- -1 M up-to-da- I- -4 - I 9 We have purchased the Furniture Store of F. G. Hurt and will conFurniture Store in the future. tinue to run an We will carry a complete stock of everything in our line, and will be glad to wait on you at any time you need anything in the way of Furnite -- ture, Carpets, Druggets, Etc. Everything to please the purchaser, even the prices. . Call and see us. 1 MJ Jill &$&&m&&m&e&gi&& 11A11KS1SUU1'. Mrs. William Broadas continues ill. Rev. Henry Shouse will preach at the Fork church Sunday, Mrs. Stokes of the Bend fell one day last week ai.d broke her hip. Miss Mary Chestnut has just concluded a visit to Boyle county friends. Business meeting of the church next Saturday marning at eleven o'clock. Mr. Henry Tomlinson who has been ill with grip is much better at this time. Miss Laura Tuggle who has been suffering with a broken arm is improving. Miss Lula Simpson has returned home spitting. after an extended visit to friends in A complete HYOMEI outfit, which Lexington. includes a bottle of HYOMEI and a Lee the son of Mr. Martin Evans has hard rubber pocket inhaler, costs $1.00 been suffering for several days with at R. E. McRoberts & Son and drugapendicitis. gists everywhere. If you already own T. D. Chestnut sold his spring Iambs a HYOMEI inhaler you can get an to Bill Lawson to be delivered the first extra bottle of HYOMEI for 50 cents, 'We have used HYOMEI in our of June at 6,50. family for the cure, and breaking up of Mr. John Sutton has recovered the painful accident of being bitten in the coughs, colds, sore throat and catarrhal affections, and can say that it is a back by a horse. . grand remedy worth its weight in Cable and King have employed W. gold." Mrs. John Cooper, South D. Marksbury to assist in the store for Wayne, Mich. indefinite in IIYOMEI as we have, and we have so much confidence in its wonderful curative virtue that it is sold the country over under a positive guarantee to cure catarrh, croup, sore throat, coughs and colds or money back. No stomach dosing when you breathe HYOMEI. Just pour a few drops of the liquid into the inhaler, and breathe it in. It is mighty pleasant to use; it opens up those stuffed-u- p nostrils in two minutes, and makes your head feel as clear as a bell in a short time. Breathe HYOMEI and kill the cat arrh germs. It's the o ly way to cure catarrh. It's the only to get rid of that constant hawking, snuffing and M f a pra &" If d I sms w e Ig3tg?igig3s Attacks School Principal. LANCASTER, WOITZ& ' -ft KENTUCKY. 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 that my name should be used in recommending them. My advice to all sufferers from kidney trouble is to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial.,, For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n cents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United Foster-Milbur- A severe attack on school principal, Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is thus told by him. "For more than three years," he writes, "I suffered indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till I used iW 3vj rrvWtta ftXUl vait&k , o-v -- mum Nino tons Is a large j io'd of ha from a single acre, and few xom'.A e:C t - t this yield from Btrmu.fa grass. jvt such is the cue, or r;t Icabt Irou: an acre of vetch and Bermuda. v- THE - States. Remember the name take no other. Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Such results are common. Thousands bless them for curing stomach trouble, female complaints, kidney disorders, biliousness, and for Doan's and new health and vigor. Try them. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. P By(!&tat uWf' The largest beet sugar factory a the United State3 Is at Spreeklcs, California, which ha3 a capacity of slicing S.000 tons of beets iec dar, equal to 100 carloads of CO tons each. The women folks on the farm shoaki assert their rights and have the modern and nccessnry equipments in th dairy, and thus produce, with loss labor, a good article of butter. mm iiuo mi b&&i&8 I FOR 19! PAINT MOK. Mrs. Lucien Treadway has been quite sick for a few days. Mr. Henry Riddleberger has been sick for several days. Mr. W. S. Fish of Stanford was with UNION. Mr. R. F. Parson went to Stanford last Tuesday on business. Mrs. Minnie Ross of Point Leavel is the guest of Mrs. D. G. Ross this week. Miss Wille Groves was the guest of Miss Rose Murphey one evening last week. Mr. Eph Hammock sold a combined mare to Mrs. Bayne of Crab Orchard If there is any doubt whether land needs lime or not, test it. One meth The reenter twke of The Loak-- . od is to grow common bests. . . .... r Tiit nlrmfr. itrT:?5 n. vptv niwf wvur! .?11 !..-- . J Mrrt rt yenr. tp yom i v:i;u n is iMAv c-d---- Brighter, .Better, Bigger Than Ever. ". uii 3uii wiuuii uccu iiiac. friends here last week, Messers Chester Metcalf and Curry Rice are at home from Barboursville Union college. Miss Mollie McWhorter entertained an rw-- t F time. The ladies working society will meet wih Mrs. Eugenia Kemper next Thursday afternoon at 2:30 Mrs. Tom Turner and grand daughter Nellie of Lexington of are visiting Mrs. Noah Marcee this week. Perry Tuggle bought some shoats from Robert Speaks also a lot from Pearce Huffman paying for both lots Si cents. Sirs. Fannie Pollard and Miss Eugenia Pollard and Mrs. Margaret Sut- Hebron. ton who have been on the sick list are Miss Agnes Miles has been visiting about well at this time. her aunt, Mrs. Harvey Dean of Bry- Misses Pattie Belle Burk and Edna fantsville, Berklee went to Junction City SaturMrs. Mary Dickerson and son day for a short visit to Miss Burk's Edward have been recent visitors in grand mother of that place. Richmond. Mrs. Mason Pollard received quite a If you are not a subscriber for the scare by probing a corn too deep which , Record, step up and have your name caused an excessive flow of blood and placed on the list. was not stopped until the doctor was Mrs. Forest Stapp leaves this week called. for Lexington where she will undergo Mr. Thomas Moore has sold his farm an operation for appendicitis. containing seven acres to Mr. Trumbo for $4,700 Mr. Moor gives possession CAN'T BE SEPERATED. March the first Mr. Moor will locate in Some Lancaster People Have Learned Lexington, Miss Georgia Dunn who has been How To Get Rid of Both. quite sick for several weeks recovered Backache and kidney ache are twin her health sufficently to meet an engagement to address the prisoners at brothers. Frankfort and Lexington a few days You can't seperate them. And you can't get rid of the backago. ache until you cure the kidney ache. If the kidneys are well and strong, Quickly Cures Coughs Colds aud Catarrh. the rest of the system is pretty sure to If you, dear reader, could spend an be in vigorous health. Doan's Kidney Pills make strong, hour looking over a few of the thousands of testimonials that we have on healthy kidneys. George Wright, Stanford St., Lanfile, you would not go on suffering from catarrh, that diigusting disease that caster, Ky., says: "I have never will surely sap your vitality and weak- known of a better kidney remedy than en your entire system if allowed to Doan's Kidney Kidney Pills. Last fall my back ached a great deal and my continue. You would have just as much faith kidneys were badly disordered. The - several of her young friends last Saturday evening. Mrs. Ellen Ballard of Wallaceton has returned to her home after a visit BUCKKYE. to Mrs. Vina McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel have been Mrs. John Terry was called to Rich recent visitors in Madison. mond last Friday by the illness of her Miss Mae Broaddus has been visiting daughter Jane who is attending school the Misses Arnold of Lancaster. at Richmond. Mrs. Nora Teater, and niece Ethel Miss Docia Metcalf and brother Ray spent Thursday with Mrs. Luther Grant and Lee Ledford who are attendRainey. ing school atBerea spent Saturday and O. Bogie and family are with Sunday with their parents. Mr. J. his sister, Mrs. Jesse Sanders of Mt. RHEUMATISM Man-e- l Cured hy the of the Cetury,B. B.B. Tested for 30 Years. 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Sample sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga, Describe your trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by F. P. Frisbie. area 10 lu the sar.ie with the other croi-s- , and The dairy cow. If able to express you will soon find that you have nawch herself in a way which tfa human , And The for $250. more land than you cau possibly cul- family would comprehend, might well J Mrs. S. E. Hammock and Mrs. John tivate. lay claim to being man's beat frlHd. Bourn was in Paint Lick last week shopping. For home use, the garden, the arbor, j The farmer raises cattle aad bogs the boundary fence and even thai Miss Myrtle Parson of Berea was with a lew of rapid development of BOTH ONE YEAR the guest of htr parents from Friday fat, but the horse is used for mechan- vemnda are the locations generally j ical power and should develop sre-a- t avauauie ror tna growta or tne srape. until Monday. bone and muscle. Muscular developMr. Woods Walker and wife have re- ment ci.unot be attained in close The succulent grasses are rich in turned home after several weeks stay and the voting animal should muscle and materia) down Florida. not bo tied in a stall and fed corn and and are locaening and cooling to the The LouisvUJe Times is the best Mrs. George Beasley who has been timothy hav to fatten him for the system. shambles. confined to her room for several days an-- , where, 1 Probably no one thiB eaters xaor. i is able to be out again. Unless there is an experienced and into commercial frnit growing than i Has the best corns of mrranaa Mrs. Fate Chandwell has gone to succei,i"ul com breeder in the vicinity proper packing Crab Orchard to stay several weeks to who makes a specialty of growing deals. s be treated for her stomach. No ether branch of farming pays seed corn, every farmer had bet Covers the Kentucky field pe- Miss Elizebeth Murphey and Stella ted make his own selection fro:n his a well as a good orchard, if well Hall has returned to Berea College af- own Held or from tho best fields ai taken care of. foctly. ter spending several days with home ntigauoung larais. Once settled indoors, tke Cavers tbe gemral news fieMf folks. No kind of live steel: can thrive and plants must be sure of regular attention if they are to he a success. Mrs. Minnie Mason and children do well ia eooipletsly. poorly-airespent several days with her sister Mrs. LuildiEoS. One of the first requireJ3ns the fees msd fullest markB Horse manure is muck better to be Lucy Hammock of Point Leavel last ments in a etrl'c is that it should mixed with other manure and wofked provided with windows, and have week. reportf. means lor letting fresh air in and foul over by swine. YIELD air out. SKIN AND TROUBLES SCALP Democratic in politics, but fair to A useful and ornamental plant ia x parsley. It may easily be kept everybody. TO ZEHO. 4 Tbe introduction of the English nsd all winter. sparrow by its driving away the little Send yor Subscription right A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION native birds has bean responsible for Ranking as the bet in evergreen FOR EXTERNAL USE. more damage by insects and weed hedges may he mentioned lemtoek away to this paper not to TIte R. E. McRoberts & Son Drng Store pests than all other causes combined, and Norway spruce and American arLo'tiiavilie Times. bor vitae. is so confident that ZEMO will rid the Including cats, and boys with guns. skin or scalp of infant or grown person If protected against tha The farmer can, by enervation and of pimples, blackheads, dandruff, ec- cold the hens are they winds while are enjoying the experiment, determine wlich are the zema, prickly heat, rashes, hives, ivy sunshine of the yards, they will surely best pasture plants for his section. poison or any other form of skin or lay more eggs than if not thus shieldscalp eruption, that they will give your ed, while the redacad feed bill will Judicious feeding, proper exercise amb CURE. ?fcH LUI3GS money back if you are not entirely compensate for the expense incurred. and warm, dry quarters are the btst satisfied with the result obtained from preventives of rheumatism in hogs. with Ho2 a Paint the staves on all sides before the use of ZEMO. a u&k. fciiii.z, vs vsv soil is best, but a High, The first application will give prompt erecting the silo, rather than to paint any relief and show an improvement and in the exterior later on, since paint put tl'e grape will grow oa r.linost on the outside afterward holds water kind of soil and exposure. every instance where used persistently, in the will destroy the germ life, leaving the decay cracks and causes the staves to While chickens require consideramore rapidly. Uil aiFGDS Tftel Bottfe ricsi skin in a clean, healthy condition. ble water for drinking purposes, I A.1D S5.L '; AtiO L'JHSTROUSLES. you proof of some re Let us show ducks require some more. If the cows are stabled at night, iSlkzAStiEFZ S TI3?AG20B markable cures made by ZEMO and', much fertilizer is saved that would S OR lONST HjSaTJKDED. Without' question California prirct give you a 32 page booklet how to pre- - i otherwise Le dronued in the pasture is, as the best tall he 'gz plant, th? serve the skin. and disintegrated by wind, rain and favorite with the public. R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. Bun lose its 3trcnglh and be lost. R H. McRoberts Drujj Store. cue Qov.ii xne oiie-iourcn. The i roblem is not bow much land you haw, but how well you cultivate it. tie hay. land piodtice nine tons lit- and four cr fle acres of hay will bo enough. Make the corn land produce 200 bushels per acre, ami k, ! , j y Fashionable folks are taking horses .again, the automobile having get The become too common for them. Ami farmers are buying autociofcllea to save lhe,rhor2K- - will send your owfer ta us, you euro Central Record LonisYille Times ! eou-nueaie- bone-fcrrnin- g For Only a9"1 PPr $4.50 flrst-clss- ! d be-we-l l fr KSLLths SOUGH iCfe,9 well-draine- d s0T I JKfU5fcJ3?KKmHU4SUIiCe5rfc2'( - (??r& m 'I II m - SCILUSIWS Opposite Court House. s PRINO J .wn. " ASlti--eUL.'mmtwm Mmur- - i mar - ' - " - ' g3SB3gg'3Jl;aga8l2iaa3e igssssass&sassi OPENIN-- G OF es5&rJ ( SSK5!3CSmd fiffl m SATURDAY, MARCH 11th, BEGINNING AT Q O'CLOCK. WE are receiving and placing upon our shelves this week an entire car load of Wall Paper, the biggest shipment that has ever been received in Danville, and embracing between 18,000 and 20,000 rolls. However, we still have other shipments to come, notwithstanding the fact that the present one is the largest ever received in a Kentucky town the size of Danville. In order to get low prices, we were forced to buy on the wholesale plan. The people of Danville and surrounding territory will profit by our purchase, for we expect to sell accordingly as low as we purchased. OUR new, fresh stock includes the best designs of the foreign markets and the makes of the two recognized manufacturers of the United States, Robert Graves, of New York, and Thomas Strand, of Boston, In the 1911 models there are many new and exclusive patterns in fabric effects, cut out borders, crowns and panels and a very large variety of French designs. Our heavy purchases enabled us to secure rock bottom prices remember the public will be benefit- ed by our large deal. Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Supplies at Lowest Market Prices. Mjam-a-- - Main hhk ttStreet. "ff-- s $r ipist H) - P Jy B' ?S?Ct?5 &&: 2t Oanviile, Kentucky. 7 Hi (?' mma m -- Every P iece ojM. aierial that goes into Arnold Buggies is Carefully Selec y Ar nold hi mseif. The reputation of the Arnold Bug'g'y has been established by these painstaking' methods. aiytwt?rioniMnw lwm jwi '. TELLING ITHE NEWS "Well, I came over to be the first one to tell you the news," beamed .Grandma Prindiville. She spread har voluminous black silk skirts over the big rocker, put on her spectacles and proceeded to extract her knitting from her large shoestring bag. "Elvlry Dobbins and our Henery's goln tq make a match of it after all. "My! My! It seems like a long time since they begun keepln company together. I guess Henery never looked at another girl from the time they went to school together anyways not while Elviry was around. Elviry she had a plenty ot beaux. My! Such a flirt as that girl was! But she's sobered down considerably during the last ten years. I used to tell Henery All parts of the Arnold Buggy are put together as accurately as clock work. For these and other reasons, the Arnold Buggy ranks first as a neat, trim pleasure vehicle and one that will stand the severe usage of the liveryman. And these good buggies cost but little more than the ordinary slip shod, machine made vehicles. " m iere are shown a number of the latest designs in Ar- nold Buggies. We have a force of expert painters ready to do spring P'w 1 lz$'' .311 -- Arnold Factory, Second Street, Danville; Ky. painting, Let us have your old job now so that we can put it in order for you before the rush of spring begins. he'd better quit she wouldn't never really take him. But Henery he'd always say: 'Gramma,' he'd say. 'as long as Elviry's single I won't quit When she's married to some other feller I'll take a back seat' "Henery used to talk real open ta me about it sometimes and then again he'd be as as a clam. I mind one day when him and Elviry'dj been out for a long drive." Grandma stopped to have a reminiscent chuckle. "I guess she'd been giving him a chasa that day, for Henery he come In to h!a supper looking like a thunder cloud Maybe I'd ought to a knowed to say anything right then, but. law! folks have to be pretty old before they get any sense. "Well, when Henery come in to supi per that night I didn't have no mora senso than to begin teasln' him about; Elviry. close-mouthe- d bet-ter- 'n Repairing and Rubber Tiring X vv V are our Specialties L?i tl AW 1 Pji fea SJ WA v ' ' Jijy , - - , i ' cl" -- r , I v: Factory Second St. Ij5 mi U K Ite Lsr imJ P4 a H WS te3 S Danville, Kentucky i m F Sssa m&r ta 4 f f IN THE MASTER'S By REV. JOHN II. KERR fevXNiVSj5' lMnlrtnye xNS - - and have never needed repairs. Fireproof HandStormproof Inexpensive. For further detailed information apply to some rt,rri ritr ,.fi -- in I lUifil h ill e imiif'i '&5S& 32S&J&5&&i& TiTSyJ Peitcr Arlington .Presbyterian Ciurch Ko-- gyaaSKU "v,vi..tv fn.rnKp - g. r4 e ri--k ifi - nnr Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, 1 LM Ki 1 Neat, Up " 5 i - S 0v4 S Ci d 11 1 11 E I I words he referred specifically to the example of our Lord under suffeiing Furtheimore It Is worthy to note that his words were primarily addressed to those who were slaves. It is not at all my purpose to use only this one side of the Master's e ample. I want rather to gather to gether from a wider ranss than this one test some of the lending characteristics of the example set us by our Lord. His is an ideal character of the ages, and we cannot too often bring before our minds its salient fea Text: For even hereunto vcre ye ca'.'el because Christ also m for us. -. Injr us an f ampl t t yc hliould follou his steps Petei II Jl When the apostle Paul wrote6 those l- SS: ork Ci tures. Gives your business a tone, and commands a respect and con- I la 1 Iti Yfl rv fidence, that it can't possibly a 6 receive otherwise. Let us fill that next order for you. Nothing shoddy to offer, but the best quality and the best workmanship anywhere for the money. Give us a trial, The Centra! Record. The word "examp'e" h?ro is the translation of a word which Is used only In this place in the New Testament It menus a "writing copy." such as might be found in a child's exercise book and designated as an aid in learning how to write correctly. The word "follow" is emphatic and Implies close and dilligent following If we catch the full meaning of the text, It is necessary to bear in mind these facts with reference to the two most important words in It. "In the Master's steps." He has left ns an example that we should follow his steps. The Master Jiimself on several occasions cited his own pz'h. as the only ones to be imitated by his followers. Thus he said concerning an act he had just performed: "I have given you an example, that ye should do as I have done to you." Or, again: "This is my commandment, that ye love one another, even as I have loved you." So the apostle Paul cites our Lord's example, saying: "Have this mind in you, which was also in Christ wliHst he MmseTT said: 'My meat is to do the will of him tint sent me and to accomplish his will." Later In his juin-stiin the presence of a great multitude, Jesus affirmed: "I am come down ii om heaven, not to do mine own will, but the will of. him that sent me." And In his last prayer with his disciples he said: "I glorified thee on the earth, haung accomplished the work wh'ch thou hast g.von :ne to do" "1 hough he was a Son, yet learned his obedience by the things which he sufCertd Obedience is about the first thing the follower of Christ has to leain. Obedience is the Master's test. "Ye rre my friends, if ye do the things v. hich I command you." No amount of piotestation that we are his followers will take the place of obedience. We should follow in the Master's steps in iesisting temptation. Our Loid hath been In all points tempt-- c 1 like wo are, yet without sin." Nor were the temptations of our Lord matters of little moment. He "suffered being tempted." The conflict with Satan at the beginning of our Lord's ministry was a tremendous reality. Temptation once came to him in the words of Peter, so that Jesus said to him: "Get thee behind me, Satan; thou art a stumbling block unto me." So again and again our Lord was tempted. It is to be wondered at that hp should say so solemnly to his disciples, just as he was about to leave them: "Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation." We follow in the Master's steps when we resist y ther ulUnghls lips, "Boh slamming the door and mother shocked and unhappy because sister Jane called me a selfish pig. The term hardly seemd to appy or was that just my conceit? And then suddenly it occurred to me that the whole disturbance was because of that silly remark somebody made, and .. ...... ... -. . I ou repeated to me, about my rounded "Don't you perfectly dote on a dress waist! And not a think came of it! you have had good things in?" cried One feels so humiliated!" "I know," murmured the other girl. complexthe girl with the blush-rosion, draping an affair of silvery tissue "And the weird thing you do when you tenderly over a hanger and pinning a are under a particularly foreign Influence. It is a wonder everybody does sheet round about. The other girl disentangled sixhair-pin- s n't see through you. Like getting a lingerie hat to wear once, and a jeweled clasp from her net pale-blu- e before she spoke. "I surely do, dear," just once, because a certain person apshe replied. "They get to seem al- proves of fluffy girls, when you well it isn't your style, and most human, don't they? The hoodooes are just as bad as the other kind you will never dare to wear it are delightful the gowns that you sim- again. ply cannot have a decent evening in, "But it was almost worth it" she though you bought them at the very added, absently, smiling Into her best place in town and have done everything to them you can think of "By the way," suddenly asked the to break the spell." TELLING THINGS ---e know-perfectl- y that way.' getting along?' "My! My! But Henery was mad at me! He said a word I never heard him use before nor since. He said it wasn't any of my business, only he made use; of a word that if he'd been a littla smaller he'd a' got a good spankinl lor usin'." Grandma winked slylfl from sheer enjoyment of her grands son's lapse. "Well, In the meantime," she contln! ued, "Elviry was flirtin' with this ona and that one and t'other one and having a mighty fine time, take It all round. Do you mind when Henery had that attack of typhoid? Seemed like he'd passed away half a dozen times off and on and he was out of his head till we all thought he never would talk straight asaln. And all tha time It was: 'Elviry! Elviry! Whg don't Elviry come?' "Well, bless your heart, one of tha first sensible things he said when ha come to was: 'Gramma, how did El-viry take it?' " 'Take what, son?' I says, though J knew fast enough what he meant but I didn't quite know what to say, fo? Elvlry'd been flirtin around like sha always did and happy as a clam. '"Me beln sick, says Henery, and! his eyes seemed like they was goln to drop clear out the back of his head, they was so awful sunk in. "'Well,' I says, kind of soothln, 'she came round to ask how you was gettin along every now and then. '"How many times did she come?1 he says, kind of impatient " 'Well,' I says, 'I guess "they ain't no use beatln round the hush about it, Henerey,' I says. 'She didn't come bun twice.' "He lays back on his pillow andj laughs real soft like. '"Well, gramma,' he says, 'I guess I might about as well give up, don't you think? " 'Yes, Henery, I says, 'It does looia i '"Henery I says, kind of chuckling to myself, 'how are the courtin folka agreed the blush-rosgirl eagerly, her lips hampered by pins. "It's no use trying to change the luck of them, though you do everything, from wearing them the very first night Jack is back from the Philippines to flapping them about at the Country club. Hateful things! They just do it on purpose!" "Uh-huh!- " e temptation. What an encouragement it is to bo assured that "the Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of temptation." In prayer Is another way to follow In his steps. Our Lord repeatedly' prayer. And this was not merely for its effect on his disciples. The Master prayed because he needed thus to hold communion with the Father. Remember the transfiguration scene on Mount Hermon, when, as he prayed his countenance was changed, and his whole person became radiant with glory. Our Lord said: "Watch and pray." If he needed to pray, much more do 'we. it w- - follow In his steps, we will be regular attendants on divine worship. Tne record tells us that it was his custom to go to the synogegue on the Sabbath day. That simply means that he was himself an habitual attendant on divino worship. The time is here when thought must be given to the comfort of the cows if their owners expect to sleep with no twinge of conscience. Some few exact conditions are necessary in the production of ducks for either market or breeding purposes for be&t possible results. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS OIJ SALE DAIL.Y VIA I TO -- ; GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, I91t. , FOB FULL PARTICULARS, CALL H. C. KINO, Passenccr and Ticket Agent, ON ANY AGENT QJJEEH OB WHITE & CRESCENT ROUTE, I I I 101 E. Main SL, LEXINQTON, KY. Ihe Jesus." And in another place we read: "Let each one of us please his neighbor for that which is good, unto edifying. For Christ also pleased not himself." The apostle's aim in life was to reproduce as far as he could the life of his Lord. "For to me to live is Christ." One of the reasons why "it behooved him in all things to be made liko unto his brethren" was that he might show us the possibilities of which our na- - j tures are capable. Man needed to seo j how an ideal person acts. In addi- tion to that which our Redeemer must , do to make atonement for our sins, ho must also set us an example In his own me, so mat we mignt nave a model after which we should attempt to conform our lives. Of course there were many things' about our Lord's life that we could not imitate, but there are other aspects of it which we must imitate. If we are to be able successfully to lay claim to his discipleship. ""We must walk in the Master's steps. In obeying the Father's will. The psalmist has said: "Lo, I am come; in the roll of the book it is written of me; I delight to do thy' will, O jny God." writer of the epistle to;ther, applies those words to. Jesus, j j It is one thing to buy a big gasoline engine of the most approved make and quite another thingrto sta-- t it in very cold weather. Currants need little protection except from deep snows, which sometimes break down the branches when setting in the spring. -' Damp floors cause roup in the flock, if flcors. are cf dirt, it Is vise to keep them covered well with straw, clean nay es. , j the edge of the bed. "What, dear?" asked the blush-rosgirl encouragingly. "Oh, nothing, I believe I won't say It Only, do you ever think of the reasons for your getting different parts of jour wardrobe? The occasion, you know, that seemed to call for a new color." party wrap, though afterward you real"I should be almost inclined to beize that you might just as well have lieve that," murmured the blush-ros- e worn the old one and saved your money girl, "if I could." for the house party expenses? And A Moan Joke. whenever you wear that wrap afterNew Arrival (at Eagle Hotel, Smlth-ville- ) ward you remember how disappointing What are the prospects for a it all was for a minute." young lawyer in this burg? "Oh, yes," chimed in the blush-ros- e Landlord Pretty darn good, I girl. "But you really didn't have to get that party wrap for the great Mrs. should say. New Arrival (expectantly) You box party, because it don't say? wasn't that sort of box party at all; it Landlord I sure do that Is, the was only an informal little affair. The prospects uv starrin to death! real reason you blew in your dollars Was that vnur Vinctoac' nontiaro noma Left Him Limp. back to town the week before and' "What did that pretended million' everybody said " "Stop this instant you little witch!" aire do when he learned that she gasped the other girl. "You are a knew he worked in a laundry?" "Ot, it took the starch out of him." perfect clairvoyant!" "Just a guess, my dear," placidly reTHE LIMIT. turned the blush-ros- e girl, pinching an eyebrow into a tidier line. "We all "You say you would go through fire do it But I never thought before how and water for me?" it applies to everything one possesses. "Yes, darling." Why, you could go straight through "Would you turn from all your peoyour things and if you were perfectly ple for my sake?" honest, how many "Yes, you pieces could you find that you got just I would sweetheart if fordemanded it, deny them all you." to be in readlnes for the season or "Would you renounce all your friends to look as well as the other girls? if I wished it?" I always wait, I do believe, until I "My love, I would turn my back on have a special reason." each and all of them for you." "But it Is the last thing any girl "Would you give up smoking for would be really honest about" mur- me?" mured the other girl, feeling in the "Willingly gladly, dearest" writing desk for her shoe-tree"Would you let me have three cun"Of course. I was so cross the oth- ning doggies, with real lace handkerer night at the Whitbys when I caught chiefs in their cute little pockets, to myself wishing I hadn't broken my act as my bridesmaids?" w o- -"rf uiuvwoi uau iiuui uiui "No! By heaven, I may be crazy, repair shop. I upset the entire fam-- i but there is a limit to my madness." ilv about getting it in time: left f&-n a,u e Smith-Popson- 's other girl, pensively, sitting down on "I wonder, though," murmured the girl, with suspended hairbrush, "now that we are telling things, for goodness' sake who was the inspirations of that wonderful business you appeared in last Christmas? It was a success, of course, but not the least like you, somehow. I've always meant to ask you how you came to do it" The other girl was very busy with a refractory locket clasp. She did not answer at once and a deep scarlet slowly rose to her forehead and then ebbed away. Finally she looked her friend squarely in the eye and said, with an easy candor that would have convinced a jury: "No mystery about it at all, year; I got it to please grandmother. It's her favorite blush-ros- e sea-gree-n of." You know, the Watsons ain't like my side; they're just as ed as they can be! "Well, I ain't goia1 to, gramma,' he says, "not's long as! she ain't married to anybody else. "It wasn't very long after that Etj viry up and married this here Eddy Thompson that was about the poor est excuse for a man that ever went: ' around on two legs. "They do say there was times whenj they didn't have enough to eat in tha house, but I don't know about that for Elviry was too proud to say a word. But everybody knows she took In plain sewin and did every thing she could help along, and mights poor pickin's she got, too. I guess when Eddy Thompson died and took himself out the way it was the best day's work he'd done in a long time, even if he did leave Elviry with that little spindle-shankeyoung one that they call Margarita to take care plg-head- -t set "Henery just set his lips tight, llkej the Watsons alwus do when they gee d Joyous chuckles. Grandma gave way once mora ta ' cross-your-hea- rt "Seems like the minute Heneryi heard about Eddy dyln he startAd tnJ jiT2 with his rnnrUn ntrtn TTa ma.i Ilgil 0.u. u5 tigul over ana tooic cnarge of everythin for Elviry, her not havin anv mp folks handy. My! My! But the Wat sons are '"I'm goln' to get her thin titn.i gramma, he says to me about a couple vi weena mwr uie iunTSJ. And shor enough, he's done it" Grandma sat and smiled to herseli for a minute or two, rocking gentla back and forth. "Heneryll make Elviry a mighty good husband," she resumed, "even 11 he is awful set He's a good provider, and if he hadn't been so set some other girl 'ud 'a' had him before this; so I think things will work out welJ enough, come to think about it" Dix-heade- 4 m Kills A Murderer. s. New Life Pills kill it by prevention. They gently stimulate stomach, liver and bowels, preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis, curing Constipation, Headache, Billiousness, Chiils, 25c at R. E. 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M Phone 31. 32E232I2; 3E5SZSXZCS! Office, National Bank of Lancaster. IJ I PIIILM J II l.t-'rhj- - 'fh,ti!'i';ivi'iii'vd',i'ii'i'ih It is your fault if you are not using t I Glen Lily or White House FLOU It's the BEST and it is made in your city by PHONE 47. t t Garrard Milling Company. f t X Lancaster, Kentucky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $Surp!us 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Safety Samual ni Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR D. BUSINESS. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Brn-t- - Dear Record:-Lost a half moon gold pin with star of some interest to your readers to in middle, set in star. Allice Gibbs. col hear of some points of interest that I We have visited in this Old City. Dunlap strawberry FOR boarded the train at Lancaster in a plants at $2.50 per 1,000 delivered at whirling snow storm on the 21st. of W. E. Moss Lancaster. February and reached New Orleans at I will break your colts or get your midnight of the 22nd, and went to the old horses accustomed to automobile home of Mrs. Kate Berkele, and were for 75c per day, Let me handle them welcomed by Claude Wheritt and Mr. 3 10 tf. and Mrs. Wm. Bogle and have been at for you. W. B. Burton. home ever since. Mrs. Iva F. Teater will continue her The weather has been clear and crisp, sewing at same place, also stamping. just ideal for out door exercise. The She most cordially solicits your patron- Mardi Gras festivities were grand, -t age. there were 4 distinct processions consisting of 20 floats, each accompanied S. C. R. I. Red- s- Eggs For Sale. Eggs $1.00 per 15 from pen, 50c from with band of music and torch bearers of Greek fire, ornamented with strange range. S. A. Hill, Lancaster. Ky., R 3 box 11, and weird figures of sea monsters, wild beasts and creeping things, fowls Phone 391-of the air and fishes of the sea; with I't If you want your house painted or persons dressed in gorgeous oriental I ' any kind of carpenter's work done, costumes, altogether making a fairy write or see scene that lingers in memory. R. P. Ison, Lancaster, Ky. We have visited the City Parks ornamented with huge live oaks rare shrubNotice. We have by and beautiful flowers. All persons having my notes please visited several of the cemeteries and bring them to Hotel Kengarlan and re- were astonished at the elaborate and ceive the 5 per cent payment which costly tombs and vaults, built above R. Zimmer. was due March 1st. ground. We have visited the statues of Generals Lee, Jackson, Lafayette, For Rent. JefTDavis and others. We went upon the House, yard and garden, barn and levee and saw the French ancL Ameribarn lot situated almost on the pike can Battle ships and all the smaller three and one half miles from Lancas- water craft that made the scene beauter on the Buckeye pike, will also rent tiful and inspiring. New Orleans is $ with house four acres of tobacco and built on a bend in the Mississippi and a eightecd acres of corn tobacco and corn grand view of the river is presented. to be cultivated on the shares, work The streets in the old city are narrow, stock and farming tools furnished. but the new are wide and regular, Canal This is the same house occupied by street is the great retail street and all Austin Black for the past five years, the car lines converge and enter it. the" land to be cultivated is first class. The retail houses display every variety Phone D. B. Pelphrey 347 A or write of wearing material for man or woman, Z. T. Rice Richmond Ky. with curios from China and Japan. The Catholics have a great many Cathedral, the most notable is St Peters, its II dome is magnificently ornamented with the figures of Saints, and in the vesti1O 1 bule beneath the crypt in the statue of St. Peter where the faithful kneel and kiss his toes, which are worn by constant kissing. The Protestant churches are numerous and some of them grand and massive. The church of St Roch isvisit-e- d 1 10 for its supposed healing power there the faithful kneel before a full life figure of the Saviour lying in the tomb with bloody marks of the nails in his 12 hands and feet and spear in his side; in Egg market uncertain oweing to one corner the old crutches of the healweather. ed are stacked. We found three colored women kneeling before the figure and 10 at intervals there were figures of saints received a car load of White Seed where they are kneeling. But the Just most interesting work of art was the Oats and car of Salt. grotto under the Greenwald Hotel which a car load of is the newest and most elegant in the Just received city. You enter the cave from the hall Can n el Coal which we can of the public room and descend by two large room from sell out at in yards flights of steps to a descend beautiful the ceiling of which Other coal from 13 to 15cts. imitation stalectites and from the balis-ter- s and railings rise stat es lighted Wanted Fur at highest with concealed electric lights in pink, white, and blue. All the supporting market price. columns are similarly lighted forming a scene of exquisite beauty, it is used for H. B. NORTHCOTT, an exclusive dining room. Our impress ions of New Orleans are very pleasant and our stay has been made doubly so by the beautiful hospitality of our hos tess. For fear of tireing you will SALE-Sena- tor 11 St 4t liW II. - 1 New Orleans Louisana, March 4th. 1911. ! thought it might be j Gossip About jeeopi A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. week was thoroughly enjoyed by the large number present. Mrs George Miss Bertie Walker is visiting the Robinson who had charge of the proMisses Prather. gram, had for her subject the "RomanMiss Lula Simpson is at home after tic Period in English Literature." A a protrac.ed visit in Lexington. delightful feature of the meeting was Mrs. Mary Coley of Richmond has the song, "Annie Laurie," by Mra. Leonard Miller. been visiting Miss Bessie Gulley. ing. Ben Robinson of State College is home for a visit. at 9 HENS cts to lets, Chickens Young Roosters 6cts, Old Roosters 5scts. Ducks Eggs, lets, Geese 6cts, to 12icts. to to 14cts. Turkeys llcts DEPOT STREET. - Zfa.-yi- - -.- ju-i. -5. .(t..?t-5!iiille- sr vrHHSEHqbqSSSSSS aSvgrrwr-CTic- y a5ea!aiBs There Is Hope always.but a proper hope a certainty. sys. JAMA TlSlii, tem of banking makes By using the facilites offered iwmm jbA? i&: Vmi J BETSY'S POINTERS by The Garrard Bank &, Trust Company, wrecks and disasters in the commercial world will be greatly lessened in numbers, and financial failures will be correspondingly decreased. Garrard Bank & Trust Company. I declare, since the invention of the airoplane everything in sight has trken to soaring. Even Molly has joined the Women's Uplift Society. But there's one consolation, Taken up as estray a 2 year old, ' Jersey heifer. Owner can have same prices fly so low at R. S. BROWN'S by paying for the notice, proving prop- that they can be reached with' ease erty and pay for keeping. Lancaster 3 10 3t IwfTO'aafirainM.I Stray pen. and grace. I 1 would you like to number your friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica Salve does? Its astounding cures in the past forty years made them. Its Elijah Ford of State College LexMrs. John'Gregory Hall of Winches- the best Salve in the world for sores, ington was at home the past week. ter has been the recent guest of rela- ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains, swelltives. Mrs. Bettie Burnett of Shelbyville is ings, bruises, cold sores. Has no Miss Katie Lee De"hny is in Richmond equal for piles. 25c at R. E. Mcvisiting Dr. and Mrs. William Burnett. this week the guest of Miss Margaret Roberts &Son. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Campbell of Miller. Stanford visited Mrs. Joanna Ball SunJohn Dunn who has been at a Lexing day. ton Business College is at home sick Mrs. E. L. Owsley is in Lexington with grip; Fruit for a visit to Mrs. Eugenia Dunlap Miss Mamie Bastin has returned from Potts. a protracted visit with relatives in FayMrs. Jacob Joseph is at home from a ette county. visit to Mrs. Charles Davis of ChatMesdames Ed and W. A. Price were tanooga. recent visitors to Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Mrs. Emma Bush has returned to Price of Stanford. Richmond after visiting Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Ray Orrell and little son, of O. P. Bush. Florida will arrive to morrow for a Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gully are in Lex- visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Price. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. ington visiting their daughter Mrs. Miss Fannie Tinder of Hamilton ColIsaac Dunn. lege Lexington was at home for a vis- H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Mrs. Raymond Hendren of Kirks-vill- e it to her parents Elder and Mrs. F. M. is with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tinder. Lexington, Kentucky. R: S. Brown. Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn has reMiss Edna Levell of Nicholasville turned after spending several months will arrive shortly to trim for Miss with her sister Mrs. Ray Orrell in Fort Rella Arnold. Pearce Florida. Miss Margaret Shugars is in RichMiss Luella White an experenced mond for a visit to her sister Mrs. telephone operator of Stanford has ac-- 1 Jonas Rucker. cepted a position in the Bastin Tele- Womci, nhei tkreateiei phone Exchange. Jim Ballard left Monday for Indiania with a mishap, skesli take where he holds a good position with a Robert Brown the bright little four , Cardol and preveit Ike trti-bl- e hemp company. year old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. ' from occnrrlig. Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Franklort will Brown is recuperating after quite a sick spell of illness. Ih yoar delicate eeiiHtea come this week to visit her mother, Mrs. Ella Bettis. It will save yea mack pill Mrs. Lizzie Walker who has been) and misery. Tkeisaidskave Misses Shugars visiting in Floridn is now the guest of , After a visit to the Mrs. Jonas Rucker has returned to her Mrs. J. Hervey McDowell of Pass tried Cardni More ceiiiie-ne- at Christian Mississippi. home in Richmond. aad aave faani it ! wsiderfnl beaelit. Squire Isaac Myers was reported Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts is expected home from a visit to friends in quite ill for several days and it "was feared at first he had pneumonia but is Lynchburg Virginia. only a bad case of grip. Commodore Granger a student, of The Mary Walker Price Chapter of Take the Morehead school, is with Mr. and the U. D." C. will meet Monday afterMrs. William R. Cook. noon, March the thirteenth at 2 o'clock Miss Callie Adams leaves the latter at the home of Mrs. Rebecca West. part of the week for a visit to Miss Miss Virgina Bourne who taken so ill Lee Prather of Richmond. Mrs. Fannie Nickels, tf at the home of her sisters Mrs. W. K. Hexiee, H., writes: "last The Chautauqua Circle met WednesWarner of Stanford, has been brought day afternoon with Miss Annie Hern-do- n to year I was tkreateaei with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. on Lexington Avenue. a ariskap aad Wine ei Carta! Bournes home near McCreary. Judge" Homer W. Batson of Louiskelped ate mere taaa aay Mr. W. H. Brown and family have ville was the guest for several days of moved to otaer medlciae. Nowlkave their home on Stanford pike j Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Batson. Holtz-clarecently purchased of Mr. J. F. aliaebealiny key. Itaiak Dr. Shelton a returned physician mis'The latter with his family have Carta! tke liaest medicine I sionary of Thibet was the guest several taken rooms in the Stormes block. kaew e! for female treaties, days of Elder and Mrs.- - F. M. Tinder. The Tuesday afternoon club was enaad I wish all salferiaf we-m- ea Miss LucyWalker Doty is back from tertained at the home of Miss Alberta Alex R. Denny. weald try it close. a visit toher sisters Mesdames Ed Anderson on Richmond street. Tie Get Cardai.- Smith and George Bogard of Richmond. house was artistically decorated and A Fierce Night Alarm. Seld everywhere. The Missioary Society met Monday the inviting luncheon served made the 41 hoarse, startling cough of a child, is the the Presbyterian church. occasion a pleasant one. suddenly attacked by croup. Often it afternoon at The meeting of the Womans Club last New officers were elected at the meet aroused Lewis Chamblin of Manchester, 0.,R. R. No. 2 for their four children were greatly subject to croup. "Sometimes in severe attacks," he wrote "we were afraid they would, die, but since we proved what a certain if remedy Dr. King's- New Discovery is, we have no fear. We rely on it for croup and for coughs, colds or any throat or lung trouble." So do thousands of others. So may you. Asthma, Hay Fever, LaGrippe, Whooping Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it. 50c ahd-CAR- E and $1.00. TriaLbottle free. Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son. n. Miss Mae Broaddus of Buckeye is Mr. parker Gregory is in Winches-tewith Miss Mary Arnold. visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Hall. Rev. D. Frierson has returned from Miss Jennie Rankin is in Richmond a pleasant sojourn in Florida. visiting her sister Miss Mary Rankin. Miss Nell Johnston of Lexington is the guest of Lancaster friends. Miss Bessie Gulley of the Richmond Normal school was at home for a short Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker have visit. returned from a stay in Florida. Mrs. R. S. Brown is in Kirksville Mrs. William Hays of Stanford has visiting her mother Mrs. Wm. Blake-mabeen visiting Mrs. J. A. Beazley. r Mr John M. Duncan and sister Miss, Mr. A. C. Robinson is recuperating Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, attended after several days illness of grip. the funeral of Logan McKee Cheek... Miss Mayme Lee Ballard is in Lex- Messers Green Clay Walker and Clay ington visiting the Misses Woolfork. Kauffman, of Lancaster, were here yes terday to attend the funeral of Logan Cheek.... Mrs Louis Landram returned this morning from Lancaster, where she was called by the illness of her mother. Danville Messenger. Has Millions Of Friends-Ho- w and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Asparagus, Blacker- ries. Raspberries, Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. Avoid Trouble J w. HAVE - YOUR,. Prescriptions Compounded with ACCURACY at- i ?l - FMSBIE'S DRTJG STOSLE. laffiaiiiaiiiaMrgfliail WIraigaJafr?eilaJi J ; - - 4 . ...- - ...to.J. ' , -- i- V-- S. - r- .- r ".' ..,. '. . . - A. , - . fv ..-- " v.-- FA it being County Court Day, at M AT cotton seed meal. Test weight Febrn-ar- y 24 and March 4 8 days gain 1490 lbs, average gain 33 lbs scales at feed barn, weighed each morning just after day light out of beds and weighed for private information and not for publication. E. C. McWhortur, Paint Lick, Ky. $-a- o i r COCOOOO-MWS- tC $ 000009 OWQ 9 Z iA frooseoo f5 Pi eooc-r& oooooo 5 m fl a -- " JrAL. u . -- ff fv J Public Sal Monday March 27th, 10 o'clock a. m., sell J. Colemon, of Harrodsburg, Ky., bought last week at the auction of the Kentucky Sales Company, at Mr. A. ATTENTiONI Don't loose your religion by Shareinn yourself on Sunday but yet shaved the Sttturd:ij before at the old reliable Lexington, Ky., a fine pair of matched roadster geldings. Gibson and Frances, out of the consignment of R. G. Evans, of Boyle county, Ky. The .team are very successful last season, having great action and style besides lots of speed and Mr. Coleman expects to draw down a number of ties this season. As agent for the heirs of J. M. Higginbotham (deceased) I will They are 4 and 5 years old respectively and had records at 3 years old of 2:23 offer at Public Sale before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., on and 2:24 respectively. They are full brothers, by Cecillian Chief, dam by C. F. Clay. Are iiguin baibershop. HENRV DUNCAN'S liAKBBK SHOP ON RICHMOND STKKET. Jersey Buli Henij Simpson Season 191 1. After A Month Spent In New York, Trying To Skim The Cream Of The Market For Our Trade. Ml 1911 M. Higgin &M4 the farm known as the Pettus place on the Stanford pike, and the one that .said J. botham resided at the time of his death. This farm contains 74 acres more or less to be surveyed.'if desired by the purchaser. Lancaster. It has a splendid 7 room brick in good repair, all 000OO0OOO0ftOOOoOOOo00 dpace below this beading Is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, aud Is for the sale of stock, grain aud such thiugs on farm as the farmer canuot afford to advertise. No uotlce will be accepted over four Hues, and will be only iu two issues of the Record, free of charge u 00000900H ooooooooo o$ 9 FARMER'S COLUMN ! J.W.SWEENEY. B. J. Kentucky. County Surveyor. I'll ONE .tS--J. Office over F. (J. Hart s fnruiture store. , Lancaster, - necessary out buildings. This is one of the best suburban homes around Hill onion sets for sale. Mrs Lawrence. FOR SALE The farm is all in grass and has been for nearly 20 years. Our Big Store Is Rapidly Filling Up And New Goods Coming In On Every Train. We are confident that the great majority of the Ladies will be Any one desiring to look at the house and premises can do so. for sale A pair of 4 year old horse Mrs Higginbotham who lives there will take pleasure in showing same. mules. Will Denny. Possession will be given at once. Terms will be made known on day of FOR SALE Ten bushels of hemp seed. sale. For any further information address W. E. Moss. S.' C. Brown leghorn eggs at 5o cents per setting- - J. L. Cress R. F, D. No. 4 -4t Stanford Kv. mni o iit n lisIr srfe setting of 12 eggs; also barred rock eggs at 50 cents per setting. Mrs. S. C. Henderson Lowell Ky. K. ply-mou- th Several nice sows with pigs. T. L. Yantis. Br. ft. L Pontius, Liverj Stable. -- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. OtMli;e ; Sweeney -- Lancaster, - - Kentucky. G. T. Higginbotham, Agt, For the Heirs. I will stand my Hampshire black Mr. George B. Robinson, of Dan- listed boar at $1.00 cash at service. ville, Ky., reports both his show Privilege to return. He is some of the mares, Eleanor C. by Rex Peavine, same blood that won at Chicago InterMr. W. B. Burton bought a fine and Lady Pierce by Montgomery Chief, S. H. Aldridge, national Show 1910. mare in Richmond Monday. and his noted brood mare, Helen Gould, Hyattsville Ky. Phone 339U. W. B. Burton bought a nice road by Chester Dare (and the dam of the LIVE STOCK MARKET. horse of Charles Dean of lower Gar- Louisville Horse Show winner, Vista Dare, sold a few years ago to Mr. Chas. rard for $300. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, Halland, of Missouri) , Hogs Sheep Cattle March J). Mr. S. D. Cochran bought a nice 4SJ 20J2 113 Receipts Hughes & Swinebroad sold for T. B. Shipmeuts 1)00 fcU 000 bunch of stock hogs in and around and J. B. Walker to James Clark, 75 CATTLK: Shippers $5100 15 at $7.35. 5 00 acres of the rear portion of the old Butcher steers extra " 4 i'OfeO Beasley farm between the Lexington (cod to choice Mr. M. D. Hughes set 1G eggs nnder I 4 Common to fair a hen and hatched 10 little chicks. and the Sugar Creek turnpikes for $80. Heifers, extra 5 75 5 per acre. . ;0 4 2.) Good to choice Has any one else done that well? 3 They also sold 23 acres off the west Common to fair o0 4 Co4 S3 W. B. Burton sold three saddle portion of the same farm to James I. Cows, extra 4 104 00 Good to horses to James Whitesides for $650., Hamilton for $150. per acre. Both these Commonchoice a 00 to fair he also sold a five year old mule to tracts were unimproved. 2 5C3S0 Canners 4 35510 Bulls b&iognas Robert Clark for $180. 5 1;2.At the sale of Mr John F. Holtzclaw, Extra 4 7:S't i.'i Luce & Moxley, of Shelbyville, Ky., which was held at his residence near Fat bulls 0 fiCta'J IK) CALVES: purchased at the McCray sale of Here-ford- town on last Satureay; the following Falrtogood extra SO08 73 in Kentland, Ind., "Beau Reol," prices were realized. Horses brought Common aud large 4 0C($ S 00 the highest priced bull sold. He will from $90.00 to $160.00, milk cows from ' HOGS: good packers and butchers 7 3((q. 7 10 7 20(0.7 33 $30.00 to $100.25, one pair aged mules Mixc.d packers be added to their noted herd at ' 4 C(ia 25 $250.00, one pair seven year old mules Stags Common to choice heavy fat 6.0 vs. 4 ?0 n 23 $327.00. Com sold at $2.50 per barrel j Light shippers 7 33(7 10 Powell & Depp, of Hustonville, Ky., in the crib. Farming implements Pigs, (110 lbs and less) 7 007 4C 4 23(g0 00 sold to a Southern buyer 1 four year brought a good price. SHEEP:extra t is :! 75 Good to choice old mare by Dareall, and one three 2 2y$3 50 am feeding 45 steers dailv ration. Common to fair years old by Dignity Dare, the two for I 0 50(&000 LAM fiS: extra $700. One a harness mare and the Sorghum silage, machine cut up fodder, Goodtocholce 006 40 4 73 5 75 clover hay, 12 lbs broke ear corn, 2 lbs Common to fair other saddle. Farm and Stock. better pleased with the new garments and new dress materials this season than for several seasons. Fabrics, styles and shapes of garments are very attractive. It will pay you to come now and inspect the many new garments even if not ready to buy, so that you can see what is to be had and then make up your mind what you want. I?. VS. Morrow, GlaMM HtttMl. snttiatactlou Graduate Optician Uuaraated. i"vl, K. 3Ii-- Denny, DENTIST s .iruoM'-t TAILORED SUITS. These are very attractive in shape, having much shorter coats and more becoming to most figures. The colors and materials are very pleasing while the prices are if anything less than usual. We already have in stock over 200 new suiis at every price from $12.50 to $49.00. I-- OiBee okt Millinery. IW.". i, Car-tersvil- le Jo PATRICK, Kentucky. "J") 7."i All "Work Guaranteed. GO i'4 Paint Lick, DB-W-m. 24 SILK DRERSSES. Made up by artists, from a bewildering variety of new Foulards, Messalines Etc. It is to be a decided Silk Season and we prepared for it. We are now showing more than 15o new silk dresses at from $15 to $4o. Well worth coming to see, A choice line of exquisite Evening dresses in Chiffon and net at $18.5o to $50. BURNETT - Phvsicsn end Surgeon. Olliice over Logan's store. Residence. Phone 75. Ollice Plwue 6. s, WHITE DRES; We are showing many beautiful dresses in Lingerie and the new Voiles and Marquisitte trimmed with new embrohleries, Cluny and Crochet laces, Bulgarian embroidery Etc. All strictly new and different. Prices from 67. to $30. 1 I bill of QUALITY. nuwdib I I '. LWare McRoberts. Henry L. Casey, d.v.s. VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry riiiilpplna Island;". I'ulted Suites Army HURRY ! WASH DRESSES Gingham dresses made of dainty pattern fabrics, and as artistically made as silk dresses. Prices range from $3.50 to $5. Office Telephone 3--J at Logan's Stable. and 4K. DANVILLE. KY- - Hurry OF CHARGE. Record prices received Bring your Tobacco to the urr 24c, CHILDRENS DRESSES. We tried these in a small way last year and were so successful this season we have put in a big assortment of all kinds of fabrics that to sell from 50c to $4., in all sizes from 5 year old to 14 year size. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street. Residence Pho::e U. OlHee Phone 89 These are we'l and tastefully made and busy mothers should investigate. Call and see us for a good Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Co Near L& SILKS BY THE YARD For those who are wanting to make up their own costumes we offer choice of hundreds of new fancy silks at very low prices- - Printed Foulards are to be the leaders in the silk world and we offer you choice of over 75 patterns in all the new colors, and exclusive designs in Waterproof Foulards. We show a choice line of the new and scarce Bordered Foulords in double width. Prices for dress silks are 50c, 59c, 75c and $1. Hair Cut and Clean Shave. The Only TwVhile Barters Publii: Square.'" In Town. See the tall sitii, Xurth . .side or NJDepot. 64, 7M, M HO U.S and COUNTY E . We are in a position to take care of you day or night and will also take care of your stock FREE J. E. Robinson, LAWYER at our sales last week. Jas Friend's tobacco brought 12, 10.2 30c, ATTORNEY. Competent men to handle your tobacco and plenty of buyers always on hand. be convinced. Give us a trial and WHITE GOODS. Many new fabrics such as imported Voiles, Marquisettes, Crepes, Will Practice in all State Courts and TJ. S. District Court. Olltee over Police Court. Phone 194. Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Company. Near Is. ,Sherrette, FlaxonsBatiste etc. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone Public 'Square. Second hand clothes sold on commission. & N. Depot. Richmond, K?ntuc!J. We are showing the largest and handsomest collection of 27 inch s, and wide bands to be seen in Central Ky. If you Flounces, on your mind for this season you cannot afford to have a white dress miss looking at this line. We cannot begin to mention all the new goods now in our store as every department is full of novelties. Come look and you' will buy. All-Over- Mr J. B. WALKER, is soliciting in Garrard County. r- LOUISVILLE AUTO SHOW ARMORY. MARCH AFTERNOONS - h. Itf. Faulkner, Vlgr. 8 ft. m , 15-16-17-18. 3 191L ' Office Hoars to 13. 1 p. m. to 4. Office over Stormes' Drag Store. B. 3J1. DENTIST. Phone 65. "Waxter. Lancaster Ky. . " ALL THATS NEWEST PERTAINING TO MOTORING. CO?ATONS MOSTELABORATE - IMPERALBAND 25 f. EVENINGS 50? L - B. ROB & BO. I have just opened up a new, faean Barber Shop on Lexington street next, to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me. Clean " ?'S v DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, Tools, Sharp RazorS, Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN, i -- ' . . -- -.