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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 17, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911031701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 17, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r$ ' THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWENTY FIRST YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1911. Richmond Monday night and Catholic services were held at the home of Mr. N. Miller on Tuesday morning. MM. NUMBER 40. Cg33tSSegC?g32C833ig33t8S3tt33C&33t63Slt5 I c1 f& Mk B Father O'Dwyer came down from it f a 1 MAS VV S I ClaySutton has charge of the $ 9 p LBlelli HIT 1 MH r nA Planters sold 1910 iw This is sufficient proof that it is a good one. Something new that no other planters have. Let us explain it to you. Cast Plow Point Ground Will run as good as NEW. We can sve you money if you will let us. b at m '&&r&xw&r illSlMrSIlimdiE i ?. r ji : EJ r o rt icnd Lancaster, Ky. ranilrJWflrJWiJB?. 9 Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. Mr Alex West milked three cows during the year 1910. One of these cows was a registered Jersey, one a I I I f I high grade Jersey and one a Shorthorn. Mr West used about 'one gallon of milk per day I I t at re- - home; the rest he sent to the Creamery, for which he S s ceived $190.31. The value of the milk used at home being $36.50 or a total of $226.81; or $75.60 per cow; per year. DOES IT PAY? 1 Blue Grass 1 g 0 Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. s Ji fgJllMiMiMifii'i.rr-rg- TMillc'-l- f M"M"H-I1"H- yirM10 I iM It is your fault if you are not using Glen Lily or White House The people of Lancaster were awakened Thursday morning about one o'clo ck by the ringing of the fire bell and it was soon found that the fire was in the cellar below Mrs. Dunlap's Had it not been for John Moss, that his recovery. entire block would very likely have gone up in flames but he discovered Secure Your Licens. the fire and notified Will Doty who It requires a license to stand a horse, soon had s crowd of fire fighters there jack or bull. If you fail to secure and the fire put outi The damage was Narrow Escape. one you are subject to a fine for your very small and that' to the building. On last Saturday afternoon Mr. A. negligence. Call on the county clerk ana secure a license. L. Powers, the Louisville tobacco buyer Inspection Trip. and Mr. W. B. Burton had a narrow Mr. W. O. Rigney, who is High Priest Fisherman's Luck. escape from serious injury by having a of the local Chapter of Royal Arch Mr. E. W. Morrow opened the fish Masons, accompanidd by Messrs Alex buggy overturned with them. They were exercising a horse, the property ing season on Friday last at Dudderar's Walker, J. W. Sweeney and J. B. Mill-daof Mr. Powers, and had stopped near This is a noted place for to Georgetown on Wednes"Newlights" in the early Spring, but day. Mr. Rigney went over to conduct the depot to talk with Mr. Charles from the reports received, Mr. Morrow the annual inspection of the George- Anderson, when the horse became frightened at a hand car, which made seems to have picked the wrong day. town Chapter of R. A. Masons. its appearance very suddenly, the horse This is one of several assignment givEighth District C. E. Meeting. turned so quickly that Mr. Burton who en Mr. Rigney and is, quite an honor, as was driving, was unable to prevent the The Eighth District Christian Endea- only the most proficient Masons in the buggy overturning. vor Union will meet in Burgin on Sat- exemplification of the degree work are The horse broke loose from the veurday and Sunday, the 18 th and 19 th qualified to perform inspection duties. hicle and ran a short distance and jumpRev. F. M. Tinder will preach the Coned over into a yard on Stanford street. Tobacco Being Marketed At Home. vention sermon on Sunday evening. The buggy was demolished, but aside MisB Georgia Dunn of Marksbury is the More tobacco is being marketed at from the destruction of a suit of clothes president of the Union. home the last few weeks than at any for Mr. Powers and the loss of several other time during the present season. inches of cuticle from the shins of Mr. Mr. Price Not A Candidate This is due to the decided slump in Burton, no damage was dome. Mr. R. G. Price and Mr. C. C. Bagby prices atjthe various toose leaf markets. of Danville were over Tuesday attend- There are now three distinct buyers in An Explanation. ing Circuit Court. Mr. Price informs Lancaster, Mr. Gentry, who ships his The following article from the Jessathe Record that he is not and has no purchase to Cincinnati and Mr. J. A. idea of becoming a candidate for the Mingua and Speath Bros, of Louisville. mine News is going the rounds of the nomination for the office of Clerk of the The prices being paid by these gentle- state press at the expense of Garrard Court of Appeals. man are about equal to those being re- county officers. alized on the loose leaf markets, and it "A very amusing occurrence happened 04 New Spring Goods. in Judge rnuiips court Jtnday. There IS obviates the lonf hauls. were several per sons arrested irom ' Tm Mr. Arthur Joseph has just returned It is to be hoped that by the time Garrard county and brought here for from New York, Chicago and Cincin- another Garrard county crop is ready shooting on the public road between nati, where he purchased the largest for the market that we will have a Nicholasvil e and Camp Nelson. Among bill of goods ever bought by this pros- market to accomodate every pound of the names on the warrants was a man who had been dead for several years. perous firm. By being in the city he the weed raised in the county. The judge said to a colored man : ' 'How was able to buy better goods at lower is it that your officers get things so Judge Walts Parker Dead. mixed in Garrard county V The negro prices, and will give his customers the advantages of his- purchase. Arthur is Judge Watts Parker, of the Twenty replied: "De trouble am, boss so few of de officers can read." a hustling young business man and will second Judicial district comprising LexBro. Stears in writing this article hold for the store the good will of the ington and Fayette county, died at his seems to have been forgetful of the people of the county which has been home in Lexington Monday morning of fact that warrants for offenses in Jeswon by his father by years of hard heart disease. The sudden end came as samine county are issued by Jessamine work and honest dealings with all. a shock to his frieniis-an- d relatives, as county officials. Camp Nelon is in he was thought to be recovering from Jessamine county, just across the GarTurner. his recent illness' Judge Parker had been in declining rard line. Mrs. Elizabeth McCarley received a There is a constable in that end of message Tuesday stating the death of health for several months but did not Garrard county who came over from her aged mother Mrs. Martha Tumor, give up his place on the bench until Jessamine, and as he was known to be who died March 13 Mrs. Turner was three weeks ago, when he consented to fearless and of good moral character, i take a rest. ; born in Hancock Co. Ky., December 22 Judge Parker was first elected to the it was not deemed necessary to investi1824 therefore being in her 87 th. year. Circuit Judgeship in his district in 1892 gate him intellectually; coming from Her maiden name was Fisher, she was and has served in that capacity contin- that noted seat of learning, Jessamine, twice married first to William Schooler uously, eighteen years, and was enter- it was taken for granted he was a W9 who died in 1855 she then married ing another six year term to which he scholar, however, it was afterward disCharles Turner who has been dead covered that he was somewhat lacking had been elected. many years. Mrs. Turner died at the in that line. It may be possible that Sunday Closing In Danville. home of her daughter Mrs. C. A. Hudthe warrants were placed in. his hands Nashville Tennessee and will son near for service. There is much trouble on in Danville be buried there. In the future his more gifted Garrard over the Sunday closing question. The county neighbors will read his warrants cause of it seems to be the arrest of Frank Higgins Married In Lincoln. two Greeks who came from Lexington for h5m in order that no such mistake Wednesday afternoon at the Baptist and opened up what they termed the j may aSain occur and subject him to the parsonage, Rev. J. B. Jones said the "Palace of Sweets", and where they ridicule of his once home people. cermony that united in the holy bonds were dispensing candy, soda water and of wedlock, Frank Higgins, a prosper- everything in their line, on Sunday as Strike On Q & C. ous young farmer of Garrard and Miss on week days. They were promptly arThe Q & C R. R. is in the throes of a Florence Smith, of Rowland, daughter rested and tried in police court, where strike. The locomotive fireman are out of W. R. Smith, who wjth his family they were dismissed, they claiming as a result of what they claim to be recently moved from Garrard county to that they were being discriminated a- - the action of the management in pro Rowland. The happy couple will visit gainst, that other places were allowed moting negro fireman over them, there relatives in Lincoln county for a few to stay open on bunday. by injuring'their chances of becoming days before returning to the groom's It is predicted in Danville that the engineers, which the negroes cannot be home in Garrard. Interior Journal. ultimate result of the matter will be a This.the strikers claim, is a violation of The groom is the son of Mr. J. F. rigid enforcement of the ordinances article 18 of their agreement with the Higgins of the Point Leavell section, governing Sunday closing, and that if company which relates to the promoand is a brother of County School Sup- one wishes to smoke a cigar on Sunday, tion of negro firemen, who are not eligierintendent, Miss Jennie Higgins. he had better purchase it on Saturday ble to become engineers, over the head night. of white firemen of long service and efListen! ficiency. Circuit Court. We have seen the sign changed over Traffic is pretty well tied up between every Grocery in Lancaster since we W. R. Gott was fined $100. for per- Danville and Chattanooga, and at many have been in business, and dont propose mitting a nuisance. His offense was places disorders have occurred, due the to be out done this late in the game. the conducting of a "Hop-joinon the strikers claim, to the interference with So on the next two Saturday's we are Stanford pike during the Lancaster negroes and strike breakers by the going to give free, 1 gallon of coal oil , Fair in 1910. mountaineers, who are in hearty symwith each cash purchase of $1.00. Eggs W. R. Gott and Frank Ross were fin- pathy with the strikers. At Kings will be taken at what we pay for them ed $25. each for violation of the liquor Mountain, Science Hill and down as far in cash, and we will guarantee you as laws in connection with their soft drink as Oneida, reports come of firemen and stand. much, or more than anybody. their guards being chased from their I The Grand Jury found an indictment cabs. A detective was cut at Oneida We want the country produce and are Remember for against John Calico charging him with and another one was shot at Glen Mary willine to pay for March 18 and 25th. you ' wilful murder, and his case was set for the latter, James Carl, is in the hospitwo Saturday's, can get your oil free by spending your trial on Monday the 20th. Calico killed tal at Somerset and is said to be in a Irvine May at Buckeye several weeks dangerous condition. The striking fireW. H. Ward. cash with us. ago. Denny-SmThe trial of Quincy Tankeraly charg- men claim they are neither practicing pool-rooed Weekly meeting of the womans club. The writers immediatly preceding the Victorian Eve were under discussion, and proved a most entertaining subject. Matters of Civic imDOrtance were also ! discussed. The Club means to help in the effect to have a clean town this Bummer. As we go to press we hear of the serious accident to little James Kinnaird, youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird. While dressing this morning his clothes caught fire from an open grate, and the little fellow was soon in a flame. He was badly burned about the body and little hope is expected for THE FLOYDS, magicians, who are to be the next entertainers at the Coui;t House Monday night March 27 th, have arranged a program for this season consisting of tricks and illusions that surpass anything heratoforo achieved in the field of modern magic. The or second sight act by Moeala, is a unique feature being unlike anything of its class, an exhibition which not only affords amusement but at which scientific mins marvel. It is a gift, and successful imitation of her 1wonderful work is impossible. mind-readin- g, -t Mr. Sam Spoonamore of Hubble was the victim of a painful accident last Saturday, he was kicked by a horse and sustained a fracture of three ribs. Real Estate Sale. xiirXIXXXX (5 ,f- - 0i'0 Another Fire. Hughes & Swinebroad have sold for T.B. &J. B.Walker 10S-- J acres of the old Beasley farm at $107.50 per acre. The remaining 23 acres was sold by them to the trustees of the Graded school at $150. per acre, the latter purchase squaring out the school's purchase to the Lexington pike. The above sales marks the parceling of one of the best farms in Garrard county. Formerly the property of W. S. & R. A. Beasley it was one of the celebrated farms of the bluegrass section. Very little of the farm was ever in cultivation while owned by the Beasley Bros., it being devoted exclusively to pasturage, their cattle, they producing the finest export cattle ever sent out of Garrard county. At This Season I you should exercise great care to have your home in a perfect sanitary and healthy condition. Among other things, your plumbing system is the most im portant feature that requires careful attention. i When you con- of your family is governed absolutely by domestic sanitary conditions you can readily see the extreme necessity to guard against any possible defects in sider that the health your plumbing system. Let us examine your plumbing and quote you a price on correcting the defec tive piping or installing new fixtures. 0$Xx6Mt& plumbing fixtures and our expert service never fail to please. Illustrated literature always on hand. I I HftSELDEN BROS. irisJ im Buggy Smashing. ilERE i SS IS WHERE WE SHOW YOU. - Dealers often tell you what good material their Buggies have in them. But every now and then we find those who say WE ARE FROM MISSOURI, YOU MUST SHOW US. ON " Saturday, March 25th At 2:30 P. M. We invite all those who are interested to witness the "test." Come and see for yourself. Representatives from the Ahlbrand Carriage Company will be present to show you.. i A Free Souvenir to Each and Every- one Registering. You will be well repaid for your time. Rain or shine we will show you what the Ahlbrand Buggies are made of. o. L. HAMMACK, Paint Lick, Kentucky. t I Subscribe For The Record William J. Olivers improved plow leads all fail. i t" others-- . it runs lighter and is stronger, it will turn dirt where others See the plow and get prices before you buy. it ith FLOUE. vlt's the BEST and it is made in your ' city by - Garrard Milling Company. PHONE 47. Lancaster, Kentucky 5 I 1 1'I mini i 11 11 H" Ci .4& 11 J M g !' I HI Kill ed with the killing of John Ross in Flat Alex Denny of Richmond, the son of wood section several months ago is set Mr. James N. Denny of this place for Thursday March 23d. was on Thursday morning at ten thirty Rebecca Whimsey, colored, was o'clock in Dr. Mueller's Presbyterian granted a divorce from Juhn Whimsey, church in Lexington united in marriage with alimony at the rate of $4.00 per to Miss Sue Smith, now of Fayette month for six years. county, but formerly of Richmond, Dr. Mrs. Mary E. Fain was adjudged the D. H. Scanlan pastor of the groom in sum of $75. against William Whittaker Richmond, was the officiating clergy- for injures sustained by a horse driven man. The groom is the second son of by Whittaker and which was the prop Mr. J. N. Denny. He is treasure and sec, erty oi Mrs. asm. The court is now engaged in the trial jretary of the popular Kellogg Grocery Company of Richmond, and is a very of the case of Mrs. Sallie A. Pence voune business man in his gainst the City of Danville for $800. dented home. The bride is the hrierht damages, Mrs. Pence alleges that the' ,VCA .attractive young daughter of Mr. building of the dam for the Danville .and JUrs.' Thomas Smith of Fayette and Water Works caused the waters of Dix verv highly educated, beinsr a fine mus- - River to back up and damage her fann Lilian, and iate a student of the Boston in the above sum. Judge E. V. Pur-yeof Danville and J. E. Robinson 'Conservatory. She is a sister of Mr. Murry: Smith, of Richmond a frequent are representing the defendant and W. I. Williams is representing Mrs. Pence. ' .visitor .to .Lancaster. I ar -- or advocating violent means to gain their point, and they expect to win on the merits of their case. At Ludlow, Danville and other central points along the line they have held mass meetings, which was addressed by representatives of their Brotherhood, who explained the strike and its cause to the people. At all of these places the strikers are being praised by the citizens for the orderly manner of conducting the strike. All kinds of rumors are in circulation one coming from Somerset to the effect that ten men had been killed, this was afterward found to be untrue. Freight traffic is almost at a standstill, and shippers are beginning to complain of the delay. One or two coal mines on the line below Somerset claim they will have to shut down un less they receive cars --within the next I few days. Bargains on Hames, Collars, Back Bands, Wag- l on Breeching, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Check Lines and everything ydu needJSMi- - your farm. W. J. Eomaiis ' .A.mft.?- - ,v 4 V A Fierce Night Alarm. donbla dealing In oonneotlon with thp ia I I f r- The committee consisting of three Cincinnati attorneys appointed to investigate as to the guilt or innocense of George B. Cox, who was charged with being in contempt of court in connection with the indictment found against him charging him with bribery, t an made its report. Two of the committee adjudged him not guilty, but the third member filed a minority report finding him guilty as charged. , - LIS CO. V. cornuaxT MICI A CO. it "VTE don't give gold dollars for P sixty cents, but we do deliver greater value in custom-tailor- ed clothes tnan you 11 get m tke average tailor stop. The rea-so- n is, we represent I ' I I Ed. V. Price & Co Largest tailors in the world of GOOD made-to- order clothes Last Sunday was the last Sunday upon which patrons of the Louisville post-offimay receive their mail at the carriers windows . Business men who are sufflcently anxious to have their 3U M'Wfiu mail on Sunday may receive it by rentlock boxes. People expecting iming Mrs. Lucy Montgomery 13 improving portant mail may have a search made slowly. for it by describing what they are exMr. Chas. Duncan sold some corn at pecting at the general delivery window. $2,00 per lb in the crib. Mr. John Lane was with relatives Secretary of War Dickersbn sailed here Saturday and Sur.dayr from New York Sunday morning for Colon to inspect the Panama Canal. If Messrs T. W. and H. L. Thompson the Canal is as well built as it is inspect are in the mountains on business. ed, it should be a dandy. Every official Mr. G. A. Bruce of Boyle was with of any standing in Washington and friends here Saturday and Sunday. many of the Senators and Congressman Miss Gertnide McQueny of Jessamine from all over the country have been spent the latter part of last week with sent down, first and last, on tours of in- friends here. spection. The dwelling of Mr. Lowery Speaks was destroyed by fire Sunday, part of Roosevelt is making saved. another tour of the South. He is not the contents were Rev. Mahan will preach at this place attracting the attention that he has heretofore. His principle themes are the fourth Saturday evening and Sunthe Commission form of Goverment, day morning in thi3 month. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Grow and child which he heartily endorses, regulation ren were with Mr. Dennie Scott and of working hours for the laboring class and a rigid enforcement of child labor family Saturday and Sunday. laws. The 17 months old ihild of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Parr of Jessamine was in Col Bennett H-- . Young underwent "a terred in Mt Hebron cemetary Satursuccessful operation for throat trouble day afternoon. at John Hopkins University, Baltimore Mr. and Mr.'. W. B. Montgomery and on last Saturday family attend a surprise birth Jay dinner at her fathers Mr. Lem Evans on Advices from Washington indicate the Sinst. this being his' 93rd. anniverthat Hon. South Trimble of Kentucky sary. will be the Clerk of the next House. A Man's Stomach, h Just As GogiI Or ce nt the hoar3e, startling cough of a child, suddenly attacked by croup. Often it aroused Lewij Chamblin of Manchester, 0.,R. K. No. 2 for their four children were greatly diibject to croup. "Sometimes in severe attacks," he wrote "we were afraid they would die, but since we proved what a certain 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 bofcre it. 50c zmd $1.00. Trial bottle free. Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son. Li n 1 - ? 1 1 i Flon EVERY THURSDAY. Call on or Phone 181. Davidson & Walker. A Car Load of ' I John Deere Implements. " I i 1 Plows, Corn Planters, Drills and Harrows, Mowers and Sweep Rakes. Oliver and Vulcan Plows and Repairs. American Fence. Heavier make. 28c. Majestic Ranges, Monitor Cook I Stoves. J. R. Mount, Son g Co. . 1 i whose immense or ganization produces at an ordinary price tne kind or tailoring for wnick smaller stops rd nave to ask one-tni- i TheCentral Record to one-ha- lf more. H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky. and in the county, if the town thrives, the county thrives with it, if the town falls, they go down together. incorporated. The county seat is the seat of gov$1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. ernment, the capitol, the trade mart, the seat of the leading educational inGREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. stitutions; and the residents of the county should be equally as much inEntered at the Post Office la Lancaster, Ky., terested in its welfare as those who as Second-Clas- s Matl Manet. dwell within its limits. The advanceMember Kentucky Press Association ment of their commercial interests means a better market for the products and of the farm; the betterment of the edEighth District Publishers League. ucational facilities means better schools closer at home. As the value of propLancaster, Ky., March 17, 1911. erty in your county seat advances in value, so in like proportion does the Rates For Political Announcements value of farming land advance. All things being equal, give the home town $ 5.00 the preference. If your farm products For Precinct and City Offices 10.00 will bring you equally as much in your For County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 home market, market them there, then 10 if the proceeds are to be spent, spend For Calls, per line 10 them with your home merchant, proFor Cards, per line For all publications in the intervided you can do as well there as elseest of individuals or expreswhere. If the money is to be placed in sion of individual views, per bank and you have no bank near your 10 home, leave it in your county line seat bank; 05 do not take Obituaries, per line it to a neighboring countv, because perhaps it is a little nearer. Every dollar treated thus, harms your ANNOUNCEMENTS home county that m ch, for the stabili ty of your banks, and the financial showDenocratic Ticket ing they are able to make, has its influence and goes to enhance the value FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. of your land and its products in the Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. eyes of the outside world. Come to town often, visit our churchFor Tke Legislature. es, attend our public gatherings, get better acquainted with the people, learn We are authorized to announce J. A. the condition of the market, the schools Doty, as a candidate' for the Legisla- and all the busines institutions, and then ture, subject to the action of the Dem- when you start to haul that load of corn to an adjoining county to market, ocratic party. stop and think about the home market, and probably you will change yourmind Fw Tke Legislate. and bring it here. On the other hand, the countrvman We are authorized to announce John should be made to feel at home when M.Farra as a candidate for. the Legisla- he comes to town, made to feel that he ture, subject to the action of the Dem- is one of us, that our interasts are"'id-entica- l, ocratic party. and shown .that his presence is appreciated. If lie is accustomed to doing his trading at the county store in Tke RelafiwkipOf Twi Aid Cwaty. his own immediate neighborhood, that The Record Is doing everything pos- is all right and proper, but perhaps you sible for the advancement of the inter may interest him in something which is ests of both town aud county. If in its not obtainable at that store. Any way columns at some time you should find he is a citizen of the- county,- - and - as something that seems to point directly such is entitled to consideration. Into you, that perhaps pinches a little, do vite him to come in of ten,, to church, not think it was directed at you per- to the various gatherings which occur, sonally. We are not antagonizing the in short make him feel as much at interests of any person or persons, be home as possible. The time is near at hand when if we they officer or civilian. We vouchsafe to everyone their opinion on all subjects keep op with the pace of neighboring be .they religious, pqDtkal or civic, and eounties, we must all stand together the same right and put up an united front, must work we reserve to to make it a together for the common good. is We are simply VX7 iter town and more than probable that in the It near more thrifty, future a tobacco market will be estabcounty to liveii &&? "community, all lished in this county, in your county In this aerk interests are.&tical, both, in town seat This may be done by individuals, - hut it may be done by forming a stock company. If the latterplan is adopted, it wiil be to the advantage of all concerned to place the stock with all classes of citizens, bankers, merchants and farmers, This method would create a lively interest in the proposed venture, would put everyone to work for its sue cess. Perhaps, who knows, in the near future factories may begin to go up, we are not so far from fhat as might be imagined, and everyone having a little idle money will be offered a chance to invest in home industries, something substantia, perhaps these investments would not pay the great dividends that you might be offered away from home, but you will have the satisfaction of knowing that they are safe and sound, and that your funds are in the hands of honest upright home people. In union there is strength, let us get in closer touch and put up a united front in the interest of Lancaster and Garrard county, first, last and all the time. -- W. I. Sloan of Hubble sold a fine 2 Bud as He Makes It year old jack to Wilkes Rogere of upIf you,are .blessed with good stomach per Garrard for $750. This jack is 15 be thankful and make up your mind to 2 hands high and is a fine undividual. Mr. Sloan also sold a nice colt to Will keep it good. If you have a bad stomach; one that Lillard for $325 and bought the crack makes you feel miserable after eating; young stallion Silver Wood, from James Rogers. ' This horse for the past two one that turrs your food sour and caus-- 1 15.1 seasons has been owned by Mr. W. B. es gas to belch r.p in the mouth, then you want to got buisy at once and turn Burton. your bad stomach into a good one, How can this be done ? you ask. Stanford Interior Journal There Simply by using daily the bc.it were about 500 cattle on the market here Monday, court day, but trading scrip tion for stomach aiimpnts was rather dull owing to the high written. m What is the name of this prercription? m prices asked. Some extra good stuff Wherever civilization exists it is brought as high as 6 cents and many known as traders whose cattle were not so classy R. E. McRobtrts & Gen sells it for seemed to think they ought to get the 50 cents a box; he does more he guartop notch figure too, hence the inactivIV Zj ity of the market. Cattle buyers and antees it to relievo stomach distress, five minutes; he gees even further traders were here from a. dozen coun- in and says: if doesn't cure in- i ties. digestion, acute or chronic, or any diseases caused by stomach disturbance 2033 Jags. he will give you your money back, A special from Denver Colo, says, in without any haggling or red tape. her statement to District Judge Riddle And this guarantee means that just before granted her a divorce, Mrs. stomach tablets, as most people Mattie F. Work said; call tnem will cure biliousness, nausea, "I married David E. Work on nervousness, heartburn, foul breath, uary 1, 1891 and during the entire nightmare, and sleeplesnes. iod of cur married life, up to the is such a It means that we seperated six months ago, he was wonderfully gocd remedy that it quickintoxicated two or three times a week." ly turns a bad stomach into a good one, According to the wife, Work accumuthat will stay good, strong and vigorlated 2,032 "jags" during the 19 years, ous, just as long is it is treated right. six months and 17 days of their mar- Try ye men of weak ried life at two "jags" a week. Computing on the basis of a quart of whis- guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts &' ffl ky to each intoxication, Work consumed Son and druggists everywhere, 508 gallons, or 11. 17 barrels of whisky, costing him $3,048 at $1.50 a quart. IHU'K VK If Work was intoxicated three times T. O. Hill sold to Tom Daily a tw a week he should be credited with 3, 050 "jags" and the consumption of year old horse for $150. 7,623 gallons of whisky, costing 54.575 Miss Zula Calico of Richmond Nor mal school was with her parents recent- -' 1-- &jmtefiA&m& Your Account is Still Due. &ttaMvwJ ei " Tired Women Women, worn and tired pre-ev- er from over-wor- k, need a MI-O-N- n MI-O-N- A Ionic. That feeling c! weakness or tiredness will not leave yon ol ilself. Take Cardni, that elf ectnal remedy for the ailments - and weakness of women. Thousands of women have tried Cardni and ivrite enthusiastically of its great benefit to them. br J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Rssldnce Pbne MI-O-N- A HI A recent letter from Mrs. Charles Bragg, rpf Sweelser, , Ind.-says: Fongnc cannot' tell how mno your medicine has donelor me. Before I began taling Cardni I LANCASTER. KY. Jan-per-ti- MI-O-N- A Currey's The Place To Get AII-O-N- A nold S WOTk. I would work awhile and lie down. I shall always give praise to yonr" medicine." Try Cardni. everywhere. For sale GROCERY Satisfaction. A Few . "Becauses" Why we ask for and ex- m E42 Try This On A Balky Horse. Rev. T. B. Ray of. Richmond Va., spent Thursday night with his mother, Mrs. Nancy J. Ray. We have a large stock of Northern white seed oats. Call and see them. Hudson & Hugh'es. Mr. Coy Price is a very lucky man, a few days ago he found a hens nest containing 65 fresh egg3. Just think of Another Declines The Honor. Democrats unfriendly to the candidacy of Senator McCreary have moved Heaven and earth to secure some one who would oppose him for the nomination. They tried long and earnestly to get Judge Allie W. Young to have a try, and after his refusal, they hit upon Hon. Owsley Stanley as a likely man -- to take the measure of the man from Madison. Mr. Stanley came down from Washington, and after consulting his constituents in his own district and looking carefully over the situation, he concluded he did not want to be Governor, and that he had rather be in Congress anyway. He came out in Monday's Courier Journal in a card to this effect. You cannot get many men to fight a buzz saw, and this is what the man who opposes Senator McCreary for the nomination would be doing. New Secretary For State Fair. When a horse balks do not whip, scold or quarrel.with it. "Speak gently." Be patient. Take time. Go to the bit Fasten a strap around one front leg, between the hoof and fetlock, and tie the foot up to the hames, or hold it up, as the case may be, compelling the horse to stand on three legs while it rests (?). Resting will very soon become more irksome than going. But with kindly "whoas" and the continued holding by the bit, compel the horse to stand until thoroughly anxious to go, which will not be long, when the foot should be let down and the animal allowed to go. Repeat the process as often as the occasion demands, increas-in- g rather than diminishing the time of Fruit and Shade Trees it, the restraint Mad Dog. At the meeting of the State Board of Agriculture in Louisville on Saturday Perry M. Shy was elected Secretary of the State Fair to succeed J. W. Newman, the present incumbent, Hubert Vreeland was the only contesting candidate, Mr. Newman's name not being put before the board. The ballot stood 6 to 2 in favor of Mr. Shy, the Newman strength went to Mr. Shy after Newman was not placed in nomination. Two of the members present did not vote. Mr. Shy has for some time been Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture, and was located in Frankfort He formerly lived in Paris. In a spicy interview immediately af ter the election Hubert Vreeland accus 8 CommiMioner H.' C. Rankin with The usual Sunday morning quietude was disturbed last Sunday by what at first was thought to be a repetition of the battle of San Juan Hill, but what upon investigation, proved to be a chase after a supposed mad dog. A "yellow cur" was discovered in the yard of the Graded School, and by was thought to show signs of rabies, then it .happened, someone on Lexington street fired a shot at him and the dog lit for "battle row,, with a crowd of men and boys hot on his trail, armed with pistols, guns and rocks. The dog was finally killed in the alley adjoining the "old ark" by Mr. Elisha Murphy. It is thought that he only bit one other dog, that of Mr. Murphy. Whether or not this dog was mad, it is time that a war of extermination was commenced on the many worthless curs which infest the town, and which commit depredations among the nearby farmei s sheep, and which are a menace to the non-exper- ts A vast concourse of deeply sympathizing relatives and f riend3 gathered at the Chapel church Sunday aftexnoon to Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. pay the last sad tribute to Mi-s-. John Teater who died Saturday evening at 9 o'clock. Rev. Morris of Nicholasville H & Sons. conducted her funeral. Mrs. Teater was 72 years of age. Oh ! how sad and Lexington. Kentucky. unexpected death takes our loved ones from us. In the midst of joy comes sorrow and in sunshine clouds appear. i Verily in this community a sorrow ;haa come and a dark cloud appeared, when one so kind and loving has been remov1 1 O ed. Tis true we shad tears of sorrow v at deaths doing3, and well we may for thus Jesu3 did. We could say to the family. Do not grieve that sheis gone, 1 lay your torn and bleeding hearta on Jesus bosom ?nd remember, "The Lard giveth and the Lord taketh away." Giving her heart in early iife to faith in a Divine Saviour, the graces of kind1 1 O ness and faithfulness to trust marked her journey later in' high degree was a Seed received a car practical witness that her faith was n.t Just Oats and, car of Salt. in vain. The sympathy for this family is universal. They who are left behind received a car load of have God's many rich promises to comfort them. Peace to her sleep; honor 'iTannel CoaT 'which we can to her memory. Strawberry Plants, Asparagus;. Blacker- ries. Raspberries, Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. F.Hillenmejrer pect your grocery trade. BECAUSE as far as it is possible to determine our stock takes in all the good kinds, and leaves the others out. BECAUSE if you are particular about eatables, our store will appeal to you. BECAUSE we play the game of business fair and square We make right any mis- HENSIOtoIO hickens to Ics. Roosters 5irts. Dcks Oc, Geese 6c, Eggs, l2to 13cts. to 4cts. Turkevs Ioad-.of.-yhite takes that we may make as soon as we hear of them BECAUSE we try awfully hard to "get there on time." We appreciate the inconvenience of waiting for goods to be delivered. & BECAUSE in spite of all these advantages your dollar' is as large here as anywhere often larger. Try and prove. Just Try Stones Cake and Hu-big Pies. Card of Thanks. To our many friends and kind nsigh-bor- s, we offer our most sincere thanks community in many ways. for their kindness and help during the What about the dog tax? Are a'l sickness and last sad hours of our be these dogs being taxed, if so where loved companion and Mother. May the are the license tags? There was none richest blessings of God be with on the dog that created "the Sunday ex- one of them.. John N. Teater ! and-fami- sell out a'ticts.in yards. Other co&Uxip" t0 lots. Bring us your Produce. in the yar,d. H. ly. B. NORTffCOTT, Theo Currey citement " r- - DEPOT STREET. i .- -: :.w.. v-- - -- -- mma mmttm knowing themselves indebted to the Joseph Mercantile Company will please come in and settle their accounts at once as the matters of the Company must be settled up. Please do not de- : : : ; : : : : : lay as the matter is important and must be attended to. AH persons to - yitajnyyaa , ! i ) I Adolph and Auther Joseph, Executors Of Jacob Joseph, Deceased. M "TRnHBl, .'mi&fim&jjjfrjm Wall Paper, Paints and Varnishes. (Sun i n. &. .si w.tL- ffictiooons n aon. ra INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH Mr. J. C. Rankin has been visiting ( Mr. Fitzpatrick of Hubble. WW Cecil Beatty- - boughfof Allen King j Miss Rella Arnold is agent for the some stock hogs at eight cents. 2 Spirella Corset. Miss Elizabeth Simpson who has been A Brief Mention of the Comings and. Dunlap strawberry visiting relatives in Stanford returned for Goings Ly Those Wt Are interested In. plants at $2.50 perJ,000 delivered at Monday. W. E. Moss Lancaster. Miss Lida West o Nicholasville who Wonderful Dust Absorbent cloth, labor has been visiting Mrs. Harvey Dean Mr. S. S. Sanders is in Louisville for savor, polishes, cleans everything, 25 has returned. a business trip. Lela the daughter of Mr. William and 35cts each. J. A. Royston, Agent. Miss Margaret Rennick is in LouisMcKechnie has been suffering with an IP' ville for medical treatment. I will break your colts or get your abcess in her ear. old horses accustomed to automobile Mr. William McKechnie bought of Mrs. George Ballard visited Mrs. Lee for 75c per day, Let me handle them Mr. Hager nineteen hogs averaging Hagan at McCreary Sunday. 3 10 tf. 130 pounds at eight cents. for you. W. B. Burton. Mr. Banks Hudson of Danville was a Miss Jennie and Bradley Rankin of visitor in Lancaster Saturday. S. C. R. I. Reds Eggs For Sale. Eggs $1.00 per 15 from pen, 50c from Hubble were the guest of Miss Mabel Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Fry of New York Rankin Saturday and Sunday. range. are visiting Mrs. Jacob Joseph. S. A. Hill, Lancaster. Ky., R 3 box 41, Johnson Speaks bought a lot of shoats Misses Ella Mae Hagan and sister Phone 391-at ten cents and sold a mule at thirteen Nancy is visiting relatives here. your house painted or cents per pound bringing $130. If you u any kind wantcarpenter's work done, Mr. Frank Robinson and wife and Mr. Hugh Smith of Danville was of daughter Mae Humphrey of Richmond Lancaster's Sunday visitors. write or see were visiting his parents last week. R. P. Ison, Lancaster, Ky. Miss Sue Higgins of Richmond NorMr. Nelson Marcee and family of mal school spent Sunday at home. Notice. I IP a c -- v 'AIlKMillKY. YODXL HNII IT IN THIS COLUMN. Gossip About People vvXjg little children of Lexington are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bourne. i Mrs. Mattie Nevius of Staeford is with her son Mr. Joe Nevius. j Mrs. Lizzie Dillon of Stanford is here for a visit to Lancaster friends. occasion and enjoyed the games and inviting luncheon to their hearts content. Miss Ella Tompson of Boyle is visiting her cousin. Miss Hallie Brown. Misses Lillian Kinnaird and Fannie West were visitors in Danville Friday. SALE-Senat- on I Mrs. George Ballou of Richmond, 13 Misses Margaret and Julia Reid Zanone have been visiting relatives in visiting her mother Mrs. Edna Francis. Mr. and Mrs. James Cummins of S. D. Cochran .ar.d daughter Stanford have been visiting Mrs. W. H. have been visiting Mrs. W. S. Fish of Brown. Stanford. Mrs. Stanford. Miss Edna Carter Lovell of Nashville Miss Lizzie Grimes is at home after Tennessee is with Mis3 Rella Arnold for a visit to her sister, Mrs. William Por- the Millinery season. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown and son Mr. William Steele and wife of Russell, of Stanford have been recent Nicholasville are guests of Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown. Mrs. T. B. Walker. Mrs. ter of Stanford. Miss Margaret Kinnard has been in sumptious dinner last Friday in honor Nicholasville visiting her cousin Miss of Miss Cotton of Danville several coursSallie Marrs Sparks. es were served. Mrs. Oscar Hendren of Madison has been the recent guest of her mother Mrs. James Prather. Mrs. R. S. Brown has returned from a stay with her mother, Mrs. William Blakeman, of Kirksville. Bud James of Harrodsburg the great lover of fine horses was mingling with Lancaster friends Monday. Mr. James B. Robinson of Chattanooga is with his parents Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson at Hubble. The Womans Club was led Wednesday afternoon by Miss Edna Kavanaugh her subject being The Victorian Age. The Ladies aid society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs. R. T. Embry Saturday afternoon at 2,30 o' Misses Margaret and Joan Mount have returned from a protracted stay with friends in La Grage, Shelbyville and Louisville. Miss Fred P. Frisbie gave a most ng 4t BEAZLEY & HSSELOiN Phone 31. T- Office, National B.mk of Lancaster, A-- M.gpt fr ft You'll Have To WHISTLE a long time for even hs Avtv gO"dluin'er.ours. can wuistle any. r op.-ve- fiw?, t:mbeis. You and get no better. There isn'i We .stay on tp in the lum ir business just because of the super ority ol out btanih, boards, etc. Ahk any builder if it pas to buy the best lumber. His answer should make jou our cu.stomer. Richmond. bund ay. Blanks for taking the school census Miss Francis Tomlimson has returned Mrs. Henry Simpson and little daughare ready and trustees are requested to from a very pleasant stay with Misses ter Elizabeth Logan are in Lexington call at my office and get same. clock. Maud and Minnie Perkins of Middles-boroug- visiting relatives. Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt. Mrs. D. C. Sanders received the Mr. Joe E. Nevius is confined to his Miss Edna Berkele went to Lancasmembers of the Mission Study Class at inflammaroom with a severe case of Notice To Teachers. ter Friday afternoon to be present at her home on Lexington street Tuesday shall appreciate it if the teachers the party given by Messrs CharleyDunn tory rheumatism. I afternoon. who have not collected money due them and T. J. Price. Mr. and Mrs. J. Sam Hagan and son Mesdames James Dudderar, Henly for the last month's salory, will call Mrs. Dave Rankin, while on her way of Silver Creek visited their brother at V. Bastin, Ross W. Bastin and Miss and get check. McCreary Sunday. toBryantsville became quite nervous on Sue Anna Lear were shopping in DanMiss Jennie Higgins Supt. meeting an auto, and jumped from the Miss Annie Cotton of Danville was vehicle, lost her balance and fell, receiv- the week end guest of her cousin Mrs. ville Friday. Notice ing a good dust bath was all the injury Marshall K. Denny. Elder F. M. Tinder will go to Dan Ci All persons having claims against the sustained, the horse was not f nghtened. ville this week for the Y. M. C. A I Miss Annie Margaret Elkin will be estate of J, T. Conn deceased present convention which will continue for, Rev. Henry Shouse, by appointment, at home Saturday for her spring vaca- several days. 1911 preached for the Fork congregation j them to us on or before April 1st. approved according to law also those Sunday, and. took up a collection to tion of a weeks visit. Mr. Wat Dudderer and Mis3 Joseindebted to deceased come forward help build amission church in the knobs. The Chautanque Circle met Wednes phine Nunnenly of McKinney were and pay. John A. Conn, He was accompanied by Mrs. Shouse day afternoon at the hospitiable home i with Mr. and Mrs. James Dudderar W. H. Conn, and were guests of Miss Mary Chesnut. of Mrs. Fred Frisbie. h. Lancaster have taken.rooms with his Miss Ella Mae Saunders of Stanford All persons having my notes please father Mr. Jonah Marcee for this year. was the guest of the Misses Arnold. bring them to Hotel Kengarlan and reWe have a large stock of Northern ceive the 5 per cent payment which white seed oats. Call and see them. Maj W. H. Collier was with Mr. and R. Zimmer. was due March 1st. Hudson & Hughes. Mrs. J. E. Robinson the first of the . . Messrs Hogan Ballard, Joe Bryant, week. For Sale. Welch Farlee and Will Halcomb motored Estelle Hall of Maysville will arrive Standard bred hornless short horn to Lexington Wednesday on a pleasure this week and trim again for Mrs. Ada bulls, models in form and choice breed- trip. Kinnaird. ing. A. M. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. Mr and Mr3 Woods of Hanley,and Mr i Miss. Katie Lee Denny is at home and Mrs. Charles Dunn of Bryantsville from a visit to the Misses Miller in were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Notice To Trustees. Ida Potts, sister of Mrs. Davis Prather of this place has accepted a lucrative position with Mrs. E. L. Wil- son, a large millinery establishment in McComb, Mississippi. Harvey Estis of Georgetown is in Danville this week attending the Y. M. C. A. conference. He will return to Lancaster Saturday to visit home folks until Monday. Miss Porter Scott Hudson, now of Danville celebrated her ninth birthday by giving a party to a number of her little friends and classmates. The luncheon served was dainty and tempting. Among the prominent attorneys from adjoining towns who have been attending Circuit Court here this week are C. E. Rankin, of Harrodsburg, John Fain of Lexington and Messrs C. C. Bagby and E. V. Puryear of Danville. Miss Annie Belle Burnside entertained Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 for her little niece Miss Annie Katherine Arnold of Birmingham. The color scheme was green and yellow. The whole house was beautifully decorated ' J V Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. 4t. THE NATIONAL BANK OF I.ANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keeper. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Mr. Lowry Speaks lost his home by Mr. A. L. Powers of the Planter's fire Saturday noon, the house probably Tobacco Warehouse Louisville was here caught from the kitchen flue and the Saturday and Sunday. House, yard and garden, barn and building was ready-tcave in before barn lot situated almost on the pike the family knew it so nothingwas saved L. L. Sanders and wife of were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. three and one half miles from Lancas- not even the meat, insurance was $500. S. Johnson Jr. Sunday. ter on the Buckeye pike, will also rent It is reported that Captain English with house four acres of tobacco and Miss Ethel Wilson of Berea was the Dunn assisted by Alex Floyd a negro eighteed acres of corn tobacco and corn rock on the farm of guest for several days of Mrs. G. M. to be cultivated on the shares, work man were blasting Patterson and daughter. stock and farming tools furnished. his father a few days ago, prepartory laid, the dynamite on Mrs. Jack Davis and children were This is the same house occupied by to a blast Alex the gaound when the pet pig owned by the week end guest of her parents Mr. Austin Black for the past five years, the land to be cultivated is first class. captain Dunn came along and swallow- and Mrs. George Ballard. Phone D. B. Pelphrey 347 A or write ed the dydamite this so enraged Alex Mrs. T. J. Price leaves this month that he kicked the pig and the dyna- for a visit to her sister Mrs. M. H. Z. T. Rice Richmond Ky. mite exploded, and bursted the pig. Mabry in Tallahassee Florida. For Rent. Crab-Orcha- rd Adminsistrators. J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. R. T. Embry, Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Samual D. Cochran, Alex R, Denny, A. C, Robinson, J. E. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Stormes, S. a : 1 "i There Is Hope always.but a proper sys- Mr. S. M. Spoonamore of Hubble is suffering from a painful accident in Cured by the Marcel of the Centary,B.B.B. which he had three ribs broken. Tested for 30 Years. Mr. Alex R. Denny and daughter Royal blood and splendid individuality. Mrs. Mattie Duncan are home from a Aching bones, swollen joints permanFall boars and gilts for sale. visit to Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Ky. ently cured th'ro'ugh the blood with pure J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Asa Haynes of Botanical ingredients, To prove it we will send you a Hillsboro Ohio are expected soon for a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE , visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason. t If you have bone pains, sciatica or Mrs. Arthusa Curry has returned shooting pains up and down the leg, from a protracted stay in Danville with : aching back or shoulder blades, swollen her daughter Mrs. Fisher D. Gaines. joints or swollen muscles, difficulty in Mrs. C. H. Clark and three bright moving around so you have to use crut ches; blood thin or skin pale; skin itches and burns; shifting pains; bad breath; lumbago, gout, take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) which will remove every sympton, because B. B. B. sends Oakdale Herd of RHEUMATISM Registered Curocs , with a profusion of buttercups. The occasion was to celebaate the seventh birthday anniversary of little Miss the past week. Arnold a most dainty luncheon wad James Y. Currey who has been with and place cards added to tha Lancaster relatives left last week for served charm of the affair. New York City where he goes for special treatment. Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Eczema Miss Katherine Arnold of Louisville an experienced trained nurse has been "WeProYelt" 1 called to the bed side of her mother Mrs! James Allen Arnold. Why waste time and money experiMr. W. I. Willjams of Tulsa Okla, menting with greasy salves and lotions, came Saturday to attend Circuit court trying to drive the eczema germ from Mr. Williams expresses himself as be- underneath the skin when R. E. Mcing well pleased with his new home. Roberts & Son Drug Store guarantees Mr. James N.. Denny Dr. M. K. Den-ne- y ZEMO, a clean liquid preparation for Messrs William and Sam Denny external use to rid the skin of the germ and sister Miss Katie Lee were all in life that causes the trouble? One apnup- plication will relieve the itching and attendance at the Smith-Denoften times one bottle is sufficient to tials in Lexington Thursday. cure a minor case of eczema. Dr. R. McCash, of Desmoins Iowa, In over 2,000 towns andcities in Amwho gave one of his imimitable lectures erica, the leading druggist ha3 the on "The New Patriotism" at the chris- agency for ZEMO and he will tell you tian church was the guest Sunday and of the marvelous cures made by thi3 Monday of his friend, Robert Ware clean, simple treatment. ZEMO is recMcRoberts. ognized as the cleanest and most popuentertained Sat- lar treatment for eczema, pimples, Miss Mamie Bastin urday afternoon from 2 to 4 in honor dandruff and all other forms of skin or of her little nephew Charles Bastin I scaly affections whether on infant or and cousin, Miss Mary Allen Pepper of ' grown person. Will you try a bottle on Fayette. All of the children on Lex- - j our recommendation? R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. ington avenue made merry on the happy ny felfrME!lJfl(BlM10iiE iBpapiBiaiBiw. iMjgJMISlMrlESiMfMlMIMSiMfSS HI J) tem of banking makes By hope a certainty. using the facilites offered by The Garrard Bank & BETSY'S POINTERS I don't think the height of mis Trust Company, wrecks and dibabters in the commercial world will be greatly lessen, ed In numbers, and financial failures will be correspondingly decreased. J, l Gfcfrard Bank & Trust Company, fortune has ever been reached yet, although many of us have "often made a good try for it. Molly and staged this little 'scene for you, dear reader, just to help you forget your troubles by trading at the Cash Store of EL S. Brown's. up-to-d- ate of warm, rich a rich, tingling pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves, bones- - and joints, giving warmth and strength just where it is needed, and in this way making a perfect, lasting cure of Rheumatism, in all its forms B. B. B. has made thousands of cure of rheumatism after all other medicines, liniments and doctors have failed to or cure, Druggists, or by express, $1 per large bottle, with directions for home cure. Sample sent free by writing Blood Balm 'Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by P. P. Frisbie. flood -- HAVE YOURi j 1 1 -- .; Prescriptions Compounded with ACCURACY andygA'Rfe-- ' B FHISBIE'S DRUG STORE. . mmmmtim tk FARM AT " e Public Sale Monday March 27th, 191 1 nyd. "My darling," Bald a fond mottier, As Executors of the estate of R. D. who believed in appealing to children' Ballard, deceased, I will sell at public Mrs.' Laakin Hicks of Crab Orchard tender feelings instead of punishing o auctjon in front of the Court House, in them, "If you are so naughty you will has been visiting relatives here. Lancaster. Ky., on Monday March 27th E. C. Montgomery bought a nice grieve mamma so that she will fet 111, Mr. Luther Laney bought at Lancas- 1911 it being county court day for Garmare of Miss Mayme Sherrow for $140.' and have to lie in bed in a dark room rard County, 6 shares of stock in the and take nasty medicine, and then she ter court day one horse price $175.00 We have a large stock of Northern may die and have to be taken away Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater spent Bank of Bryantsville, Ky., 1 black white seed oats. Call and see them. out to the cemetery and be buried, and Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Steve Wal- mare, 1 Buggy and Harness, 1 cow and to- v Hudson & Hughes. you " calf. Terms made known on day of ker. The child had become more solemn, G. T. Ballard, J. C. Ballard Miss Hattie Ray entertained a num- sale.-N. W. Rogers bonght a four year old but an angelic snille overspread bis Executors. saddle mare of Craig Camden at Stan- face at his mother's last wordB, and ber of her friends very pleasentls last HENkY DUNCAN'S Sunday. ford for $150, also a four year old mare throwing his arms about her neck be HAHlinii MIOPOX I'.ICinUjND TKHET." mamma, and may I "Oh, exclaimed: BrfYANTSVlLLE. Mm. Patsy Ray also Mrs. Eliza Ray from Mr. Lusk for $125. Bit beside the coachman?" spent Saturday with Mrs. Mead Teater One of the most noted saddle stallions Mr. Tom Dunn is visiting relatives and family. Kentucky Squirrel, was sold this week in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Lotie Raney are reWhy He Quit Editing. by its owners, Frank Shropshire and Dr. W. M. Elliot and sons Francis "You say you were once the editor joicing over the arrival of a fine girl son, of Georgetown, Ky. Roswell of a newspaper?" and Will spent Sunday in Lexington. has been christened Ethel Leneva. of New York, was the purchaser. "Yes, lady, and it was a very bright Mr. and Mr3. Ben Halcomb made a March the eighth Mr.Lem Evens cele little sheet, if 1 do say it." Mr. V. A. Lear sold a pair of six brated his 92d anniversy. Quite a num- business trip to Lexington Wednesday. will As agent for the heirs of J. M. Higginbothara (deceased) I "How does, it happen then that you StHSOU IOI I. year old mules to Mr. R. G. Pettus for Misses Eiizabeth Bryant and Pattie are forced to ask at back doors for ber of useful presents was received and said to be the highest door in Lancaster, Ky., on $500. This is a bountiful dinner was laid. We hope Belle Burke were shopping in Danville offer at Public Sale before the Court-Housmeals?" EENE price ever paid for a pair of mules in is merely a case of the Irony of he shall pass just as many more happy Saturday. "It Garrard County. Can any one beat it? fate. I had a printer who was near- birthdays. Mrs. Frank Campbell and daughter sighted, and one afternoon when he Evelyn are the week end guest of Mrs. R. A. Dodd, of Wilmore, Ky;, purmade up the paper he got a wedding PKKACHtilttiVllil.k J. C. Williams. head of saddle horse-e- s chased twenty-si- x notice and a murder trial mixed, so in Scott, Jessamine and Mercer coun- that after describing-th- e Mrs. J. W. Glass who has been on costume of T. A. Brent sold a cow for $40. ties during the past week, the prices the bride i said the condemnea man the sick list for the past two weeks is PHONK sss-- j. Born to the wife of James Brewer a much better at this writing. ranging from $125 to $200. He will collapsed when, sentence waa Office over F. U. Hurt s ftmiUtm- store. Day, at 10 o'clock a. m., sell the farm known as ship them to Greenwood, Miss., this almost fine girl. it being County Court , . pronounced." We have a large stock of Northern The infant son of Thos. Naylor has white seed oats. Call and see them. week. .Lancaster, Kentucky place on the Stanford pike, and the one that said J. M. Higgin the Pettus been sick. Hudson & Hughes. ProgressJTve Farming. While the past winter was an unusualbotham resided at the time of his death. Mr. E. L. Wilson bought two sows Honest confessed "Well, ves." ly long one, yet the cold was never so A little son is the recent arrival at OtOiUIUS. a grim and pigs for $55. while z the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene This farm contains 74 acres more or less to be surveyed, if desir- severe as to permit of the harvesting Farmer Hornbeak, the weather-beate-n Krin wrinkled his Mr. Grover Gastmeau and wife have Berkele. He has been christened Wilof ice. Farmers who have their own o' ed by the purchaser. It has a splendid 7 room brick in good repair, all ice house had no opportunity to fill comrlexion. "It's a good eal am- been visiting relatives here. liam H. Berkele in honor of his grand trouble, but the satisfaction I feel them and they will now have to depend ply repays me for the extry work. Ye Thieves stole a quantity of corn from father the late W. H. Berkele. " necessary out buildings. This is one of the best suburban homes around on the manufactured article. Mr. Mike Kennedy and wife of Richsee, by degrees I'm sharpenin' up the Sam Harris on Sunday night. Oil) Sv Lancaster. The farm is all in grass and has been for nearly 20 years. I.iv" S 'l- Mr. H. C. Brown of Harrodsburg was mond arrived Wednesday to take charge Patrons of Kentucky fairs this year (op of every stump on the place, and in the course o' time I hope to have .visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C. James. business of Dickerson Lancaster, of the Mercantile Kentucky. Any one desiring to look at the house and premises can do so. may look out for a fine show of stock. mutters so arranged that th paired Rev. Anderson Cornelius preached at Brothers Mr. Will Dickerson retiring. Mack man will find it fully as comfortable Abe Coleman, Bud James, ! Mrs Higginbotham who lives there will take pleasure in showing same. Hughes and all the other old timers the Baptist church Saturday and Sun- It is with much regret that we lose t to stand up durin' the day as j such an excellent family and so splen day. Possession will be given at once. Terms will be made known on day of are buying the best stock obtainable down." Puck. did a business citizen as Mr. Dickerson. J .wacuwv iUIS-ZIt-S and the show of horse stock bids fair Mr. John McCarley, of He has decided to become a knight of sale. For any further information address to be the best seen in years. is dangerously ill of inflamatory rheu- - j 1& , Defining It. the grip and will enter upon his duties tW matism. vj J5y v Owing to the unusually mild season, "So the authorities have decided with the Lexington dry goods Co. We Good crowds from here attend the re welcome Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy they lambs is much larg that a man's home is where he mostthe crop of spring U. IV. Morrow, Graduate Optician er than for many years. Garrard ' ly sleeps, have they?" asked Mrs. vival services at Cedar Creek conduct- come to us highly recommended and Glasses Httol. rihtij:c:ioii liuaranteeu. county farmers are raising more sheep Mrs. Getathim, with a glare at her ed bv Rev. Johnson. we predict for them much success in than have been raised in the county for hapless spouse. my the enterprise. "They have, dear," he replied, CAN'T BE SEPERATED. some time. The bulk of the crop is as meekly. Kills A Murderer. yet unsold. Buyers are offering 6 "Then the next time you go to. reg- Some Lancaster People Have Learned cent for them. ister, give the church as your heme," A merciless murderer is Appendici How To Get Rid of Both. Farrowing time has come for the she said, with an emphasis not to be tis with many victims, but Dr. King's brood sows. Every one should be given mistaken by a guilty, cowering oul. Backache and kidney ache are twin New Life Pills kill it by prevention. Office over Mis-- AmoKIS Millinery. They gently stimulate stomach, liver a good clean house and pen. Proper brothers. and bowels, preventing that clogging food, somewhat laxative, should be givCONSIDERATE. You can'tseperate them. en in moderation. Tankage fed to the And you can't get rid of tthe back- that invites appendicitis, curing Con l-- i. stipation, Billiousness, . Headache, sows will supply not only nitrogen but ache until you cure the kidney ache. Chiils, 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son, will give them what they crave, meat, If the kidneys are well and strong, and this prevents them from eating the the rest of the system is pretty sure to pigs. This habit is only a graving of REPORT OF THE CONDITION be in vigorous health. All V 'ic Giuri:teed. nature and should be supplied. Doan's Kidney Pills make strong, OF THE When the pigs come give them a "Lick. healthy kidneys. chance to eat. They will soon learn George Wright, Stanford St., Lan and a separate, shallow trough should caster, Ky., says: "I have never be provided for them in a corner of the krtown of a better kidney remedy than pen off from the sow. A thin slop of c Doan's Kidney Kidney Pills. Last fall CNo. Thev last a lifetime-- Triev're Firerjroof Stormoroof wheat shorts and milk will make them my back ached a great deal and my OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For grow. Hogs are made while they are kidneys were badly disordered. The further detailed information apply to little pigs. kjdney secretions were scanty and pain- Close of Business March 7th, 1911. Ofiiice over Login's ore. Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, ful in passage. I fortunately had RESOURCE3. Oill-75. Re.NiIMi- i- P'10 I'mme 6. Has Millions Of Friends-Ho1163.177 55 Doan's Kidney Pills brought to my at- Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. e.m oa tention and getting a box at Frisbie's U. S HoikIs to secure circulation... . 50.000 00 ocyoocooiWMMM)i'mHooooo4 00dO would you like to number your BOO 00 Drug Store, I began their use. They Bond.-i-. securities, etc and fixtures 6.000 00 ! Blinking-housfuruiture friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica I relieved me promptly and in return for Due from Nutioual Banks (not ReSalve does? Its astounding cures in serve Aueutsi !IIT 676 M g1 ffmart I called on Miss De Vere the benefit I received, I am willing Due from State and Privnte Banks the past forty years made them. Its and Bankers. Trust Companies that my name should be used in relar ntebl. uiul Savings Banks 50701 the best Salve in the world for sores, of QUALITY. Dashiey What? I thought her fa- commending them. My advice to all Due from itnuroved reserve auents... 66.447 37 ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, Cheeks taut other cash items lb:u ther told you never to darken hlB door? sufferers from kidney trouble is to .otesof other National Banks 1,335 00 cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellSmart He did, so I climbed In the give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial.,, fractional iaer currency, nickelb and cnts 123 SI ings, bruises, cold sores. Has no parlor window. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Lawful Money Resf.ute Is Bank, viz: ; equal for piles. 25c at R. E. Mcdpecle 112.227 00 n Co., Buffalo, cents. r 3 '231X) notes Roberts &Son. 15.473 00 New York, sole agents for the United Redemption A Sleepy Person. j fund with U. S. Treas- (5 per cent of circulation)... 2.500 00 ! urer States. He didn't caro I 400 ooooooooqooo ooooooeo o5 mm VETEKiNAKlAN. For fame, he said, Total $ais.sw 3 Remember the name Doan's and So long as he Philippine Former Direcior Aitlm.il Indn-tr- y LIABILITIES. take no other. Could stay In bed. Vultctl States Army COLUMN Capital stock paid in $50,000 00 Islands. Ex Surplusfuud SO.OOOOOi Office at Logan's Stable. Undivided profits. less expenses and BU UN A VISTA 6,539 80 Telephone J2 and 42. His Job. taxes paid VOOOOeOOO09O6COO4OOOOOOOOeOO0e66 DANVILLE. KY. National Bank notts outstanding.... 49.600 00 dpace below this beading is for the exclu"There goes a man who makes it a 332 71 Due to orher National Bhuks sive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for point, no matter where he is, to raise r T. M. Scott is very ill with gsip. Due to Si ate and 1'rivate Banks and 253 CO Bankers tbe sale of stock, grain and such things on his standard." Mrs. J. B. Ruble continues quite ill. Individual deposits subject to check. 174.222 4o farm as tbe farmer cannot afford to adver722 70 Certified Checks "He must be very keen about imGeorge Barnett sold a track of land Reserved for Tuxes tise. No notice will be accepted over four 1 629 01 provement." lines, and will be only in two issues of the $3is.2w tw Total j to J. S. Ison. "Not so much that as because he is Record, free of charge Mrs. G. H. Lane and J. F. Ruble are State of Kentucky, County of Garsard, ss : ; the regimental 1. W. F. Champ. Cashier of the above named t Office Danville stieet. on the sick list. bank, do solemnly swear that the above state-Hill onion sets for sale. Mrs Lawrence. mcut is true to the best of my knowledge and : ' Tom Skinner is with his parents after oeuei. Oitiiv Phone 89 Finnic J. unamp. cashier. It Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10. for sale Several nice sows with pigs. Bill I Will the Buy Bread? . teacning at Smithfield. see day of Varch 1911. T. L. Yantis. D. Call and see us for a good Is to be used by the city treasurer. of Mr. E. A. Eason made a business trip Commission ExpiresA. Thomas. Notary Public. January i9, 1912. Milwaukee in paying off municipal em- ito Lexington Monday. LiOKKhCT Attest: , FOR sale A pair of 4 year old horse Clean Shave. Cut B. F. Hudson, ployes. . mules. Will Denny. W. T. King Jr. of Paint Lick was! J.J. Walker, .1 Director. many thumb prints. do. you Jill How The Only Two White Barbers In Town. lewis I.. Walker suppose a fellow will get for "a week's .with friends here Sunday. FOR SALE Ten bushels of hemp seed. Mr. and Mra. J. W. Askins spent work? Yonkers Statesnian. Se Hit- - u si; N-- tM hide of W. E. Moss. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Friday with relatives at Burgin. Farm and Stock. MOTHER'S ANGEL. Today iS'St. Patricks'3 day. Public Sale. '. A. T. Scott bought of Mrs. F. W. Montgomery eight lOOFb shoats for $65. i BBS ATTENTION! - " -- Jersey Buli Eld-ridg- e, Heniy Simpson 1 J. W. S W H. Y. J. TINSLEY, - County Surveyor. " Or. VstsriflSry Surgeon and Dentist. to-ac- Jf- . Crab-Orchar- d, SlW 3 G. T. Higginbotham, Agt, For the Heirs. , Me K. .& Denny, 1 DENTIST I' ( lyssi PATRICK, Paint Kentucky. Citizens National Bank 299. Dll.Vfm.BUllXETT c PhYsicon qp.! Sorqcon. w e. will mail flf youcopy for yourus the - JUl r?tnyiorQ nu u LWare McRoberts. I Horse and Jack CARDS Lancaster, Ky. Foster-Milbur- I Legal-tende- Henry L. Casey, d.v.s. Vtteri-tarla- FARMER'S I we will have them ready for you by Court Day. Dr. J. i. tCinnaird, Physican and Surgeon flag-bearer- ." 1 The CENTRAL RECORD v.. Re.-.ldei;- thumb-print-ayate- Hair and " FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAIL.Y VIA WINTER TOURIST TICKETS 1 S. C. Brown leghorn ecsrs at 5o cents Queen & Crescent Route, Excnrsiea 1911 per setting- - J. M. Cress R. F. D. No. 4 The first excursion of the season via Stanford Ky. Phone 380-4 t the Queen & Cressent Route to Cincin India runner duck eggs 50 cents per nati, Ohio, will be operated Sundayy April 9, 1911. Special train. For full setting of 12 eggs; also barred . rock eggs at 50 cents per set- particulars, call on ticket agenti ting. Mrs. S. C. Henderson Lowell Ky. Beckler, General Passenger Agent, Cin G ply-mou- th Christopher began a spring term of school here Monday the sixth. Mr. and Mrs. Askins entertained Professor and Mrs. Atchison at dinner Mrs. H. S. Pu'ni Square. M. HOUSE. COUNTY NATIONAL ; BAM i KV. AT W.-"A- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S-- day- (No. 1493.) OF LANCASTER. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER cinnati, Ohio. J. J. Poor visited their ; and ATTORNEY. daughter near Stanford Saturday and -- " GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31.7911. FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL ON AKY ACENT QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, It C. KINO., Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 E. Maia St, LEXINQTON, KY. I B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1883. i e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. RlGNEY, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Wauceh, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, Prompt Attention. J. J. Walker, C. A. T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewisi. Walker, Arnold,,Directors. P4INT MfiK. A; T. Scott's new store house will ' He is some of the RESOURCES. Miss Callie Adams of Lancaster spent soon be completed and he will again be 145.7S2 95 same blood that won at Chicago InterLoans aud discounts at home to all. Tuesday with Miss Eliza Rucker. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured... 2.D35 24 S.-national Show 1910. Aldridge, 50.000 00 U. S. Iiouds to secure circulation t and Frank Wells sold their Bonds securities, Misses Nettie Treadway and- Emma 21 SCO 00 etc... Hyattsville Ky. Phone 339U. Estridge visited friends at Berea Sun- tobacco at Danville last Thursday it Due from National Bail Vs (aot reserve 7,000 CO " brought 12J cents. 1,464 73 day". agents) LIVE STOCK MARKET. iroin state Mary Stultz of Nicholasville uueaud Bankers. ana rrivaie uanics Miss Miss Annie Boon Ballard of" Madison Trust Comnanles ' ;... 102 M UNION 8TOCK YARDS, Institute spent Saturday and" Sunday spent from Friday until Monday with Dueand Savings Banks , CINCINNATI from approved reserve agents.... 37.272 5 Cleaning ai.il Pressing La- 102 U Checks aud other casn items her sister Mrs. Ed Eason. ' Cattle Hogs Bheep at home. March IS 2,226 00 Notes of other National Bauss GG9 1187 fll.u Receipts paper airt2 Martha and William Munday of Har- FractionalMo.mjy curreucy.mckels.cts 162 Mr. Frank Higgins and wife of Linuiea aml Men'? Garments.,. Reserve In Bank. Lawful Shipments 46 000 coln county lm spent Sunday at Mr. Hig-gi- rodsburg spent the week's end with viz: CATTLE: Shippers 7.637 60 $5256 T 8pecie Public 'Square. Second Phone their aunt Mrs. Joe Hamilton. home. 6,ow CO 12.637 60 j Botcher steers extra notes .'..... 5 00 ' hand c the. Mi'd on commission. ' Good to choice 5 00 5 75 Miss Alice Scott who assisted Miss Due from U S. Treasurer Mr. Ollie Terrill attended the party 2,500 00 Common to fair 4 2"4 83 given by Miss Lee Prather at Richmond Ison at Bryantsville during the public Heifers, extra 1283,55 70 flftgr. fe. tf. rotai ft755 85 Monday night. school, has opened a subscription school Good to choice 4 7556.s LIABILITIES Common to fair Oil Several from here attended the at Dunden Dale. Office Hours Office over Cows, extra Capital stock paid in 4 75 f 50,000 00 5 00 musical given by the "Glee Club" at 25.000 00 8a.m to 12. p.m.-tol-. Surplnsfund Stormes' Urng Store. Good to Choice 4 25 4 05 Undivided profits. less expenses and Kirksville Monday night. Attacks SdoI Principal. Common to fair .. 2 2."4 00 4.515 86 taxes paid Canners a 503 60 National Bank Notes Outstanding... 40.40O0O 13- - !E Mrs. Dee Woods and daughter Minnie 3,331 32 A severe attack on school principal, Due to Other National Bines Bulls balognas 4 355 10 returned to home in Stanford afDue to Trust Companies and Savings ., 6 15 6 2ti ter a visit totheir Extra. Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is 21112 Hanks DENTIST. relatives here. deposits Fat bulls 4 7,ygg 25 thus told by him. "For more than Individualchecks.... subject to check. 149,d8sS 15 10 Certified CALVES: extra 0 oo0 00 Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Heridreft-o- f .DanLancaster,"Ky;, 1.401 11 . Phone 65. suffered in- Reserved for Taxes..... three years," he writes, rairtogood 5768 73 ville spent Sunday with her parents describable torture from"Irheumatism, Common and large 4 ooSOO 283 J95 70 ' Total Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter. HOGS: good packers and butchers 7 16 7 20 liver and, stomach trouble and diseased I have just opened ;up a new, cleanf Mixed packers We haye a large stock of. Northern kidneys All remedied failed till I used Btateok Kentucky. County or Garrard.ss: 7 05S7 15 B I, Alex R. Denny. President of 4 006 25 white seed oats. Call and see them. Electric Bitters, but four bottles of named bank, do solemnly swear thatthe above the above Common to ouoloe heavy fat sows. 4 f0 a is- 3- - 17-Hudson 4 Hughes. this wonderful remedy cured me com- - statement is true to the best of mv knowledre Light shippers 7 15f 7 25 and belief. r. Denny, on Lexington street next to the post Rev. W. O. Weir paster of New nlptplv ." Such resnlts are common. Pigs, (110 lbs and less) 7 007 25 ' dasTub0srclid1,S1d 8W0rn ; BHEEP: extra 4 250 Oil Hope gK,,"? ,h,s u o&ce and will be glad to have my? church wil address the 'young Thousands bless them for curing Good to choice 3 75(g) 4 is people and children Notary Public friends to call and see me. Clean T of the' neighbor- stomach trouble," female complaints, My Commission expires Feb 17- 1914. Common to fair .... 2 i5330 hood at Walnutta, Sunday afternoon at kidney disorders, biliousness, .and for CoKKitcT Attest: .f. LAMxSS: extra Tools, Sharp.Razors, Close Attention .'.?"6,600 00 A. C. Robinson, Goodtocholce new health and vigor. Try ' them. fr..;;'...v6 006 60 3 o'clock all are requested to be J.L. (JILL. I Common to fair il. ?...'.,,... 4 75o5 7u Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 8. O. Cochran Privilege to return. Will-Scot- I will stand my Hampshire black listed boar at $1.00 cash at service. .ft ClflSfi flf BuSluBSS M 7, 1911 WW Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Offlceover Police Cot"t. Phone 194. ) Lancaster .- iDry Cleaning Co 3-t- " ns I 1 86 Legal-tend- Faullnr, Ziai 1 .......... "W.jlt:ir.: " " 1 - 3t Barber Shop alk ,.. , -, i- J' JOHN DUNCANJ ". -- s. t 'yfrr i' l4. ;i. . , ,(,ifT,'?, .