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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 24, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911032401_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 24, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. X TWENTY FIRST YEAR. THE CENTRAL RECORD PZ7AE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRAQ1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. ' - i'S.;'W?v 5 LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911. Monday is Court day. Don't fail to stop at the Record office and pay your subscription. The Juniors of the Christian church will have a candy sale at Haselden's NUMBER 50. um&&$ (?(. 0Q (?. a !' ''I,' store Saturday afternoon. I o I vFlTdjtjjS "fir CORK PI HIT sold in Best show of the season at the Court house Monday night March 27th. Get your seat at McRoberts drug store. Mr. R. L. Barnet of Paducah Ky., will speak in Lancoster, Court day in the interest of the Farmers Union. At This Season M IQIfl 15 Planters This is sufficient proof that it is a good one. Something new that no other planters have. Let us explain it to you. Mental Telepathy, Mnemonics and mind reading is what the Floyds offer at the Courthouse Monday night March 27th. Mr. G. M. Patterson who has been suffering an attack of peumonia is some better and we hope for a speedy I 1 i Mr Thomas S Rhea, of Russellville, Ky. 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 When you con- attention. Mk ! II of your family sider that the health is recovery. As we go to press this Thursday morning we hear that Mr. Joe Arnold is very low and not expected to live but a short time. I will break your colts or get your old horses accustomed to automobile for 75c per day, Let me handle them 3 10 tf . for you. W. B. Burton. The District W. C. T. U. convention meets at Nicholasville April 6th and 7th. The delegates from the Lancaster union are Mrs. Fannie Farra, Mrs. William Lear and Mrs. Henly Bastin. governed absolutely by domestic sanitary conditions you can readily see the extreme necessity to guard against any possible defects in your plumbing system. I Let us examine your plumbing and quote you a price on correcting the defec tive piping or installing new fixtures. 0$o4k& plumbing fixtures and our expert service never fail to please. Illustrated literature always on hand. Cast Plow Point Ground Will run as good as NEW. We can save you money if you will let us. CONN BR Lancaster, Ky. a&8&Q8t&& HilfiligJHIrfelllS f'LfrS?r fe fry s nJMiEMSlMiMUr Blue Grass Creamery of 9 s Lancaster, Ky. s Mr Alex West milked three cows during the year 1910. One of these cows was a registered Jersey, .one a f 1 high grade Jersey and one a Shorthorn. Mr West used about one gallon of milk per day home; the rest he sent to the Creamery, for which he at re- s ceived $190.31. The value of the milk used at home being $36.50 or 1 DOES IT PAY? I a total of $228.81; or $75.60 per cow; per year. Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. immmffimffimmMnm ifmmrmmm?m X It is your fault if you are not using i Glen Lily or White House ! PL0Ul It's the BEST and it is made in your city by i; Garrard Hilling Company. PHONE 47. Lancaster, Kentucky. y iittiiuiniiihiMiHiiiMiiMiiiiinii"M -- Hon. Charles Kerr, who was appointMr. Thomas S. Rhea, of Logan enviable reputation as a financier and 5? ed Circuit Judge of the 22d Judicial to county has auther;zed the announce- business man. success the late Judge Watts Parker He is one of the most widely known ment of his candidacy for Treasurer of was sworn into office Monday morning, the State of Kentucky, subject to the young Democrats of the State, and his the oath being administered by James action of the Democratic Primary elec- advice and counsel is always in demand. C. Rogers, cierk of the court. He is a tireless worker, and is never tion to be held July, 1st 1911. Mr. Rhea is a native of Russellville iiappier man wnen engaged in a Supervisor Gooch advertises in another column of this issue for bids for and has lived there all of his life. For cal combat. He is a brother of the the maintenance of Garrard county's four years he was Sheriff of Logan Hon. John S. Rhea former congressman turnpikes for the ensuing year. All county. At the expiration of his term from the third district. Mr. Rhea stands in the foremost bids must be on file in the office of the of ofiice he was elected Vice President of the Bank of Russellville and has ranks at home, and his friends throughcounty Judge not later than April 8th. since that time been the general mana- out the State think his name on a Bros, have just completed ger of the bank. He holds this posit- state Ticket would bring much strength Haselden a $1,200 job of heating and plumbing ion now and has made for himself an. to the party in November. work at Stanford and a similar job at a like figure in the new hotel at LibGetting Out Of Debt. The Q. & C. Strike. erty, Casey county, and will now go to Elixir Springs in Casey county to inThe trustees of the Lancaster Graded The strike situated on the Q. & C. stall a heating and plumbing plant. is practically the same as it School, from the proceeds of their railroad Lewis Y. Leavell fund, have cancelled Come in town Court day prepared to was last week. The firemen claim they about have their cause won, and the $3,000 of their bonded indebtedness. stay over for the show at the Court ! This is well, and in due course of time house that night. You will enjoy the railroad company deny this, and on the other hand assert that business is we may look for added improvements music and the many attractions. "The on the school grounds and to the buildFloyds" will offer. You will see mind fast resuming its normal condition. ings, and ultimately one of the best reading and any one in the audience They are again receiving freight .for schools in the state, free from debt. who wishes will have the chance to test points as far south as Somerset and """" or sweet- f6Y""Cincinnati anclall paints, north. their ability. Bring your-wifSpring Opening. freight service south heart; Seats now on sale at McRoberts However the fact and In todays issue of the paper will be is still considerably deranged, Drug store. whether or not the strike is amicably, found the opening advertisements for or otherwise settled, in the near future the Millinery stores of Lancaster, Free. it will take some time to get this class April 1st is the date decided on and on If you want your name placed on the of business back to its normal stage. this date will be seen the most stylish Cartright Metal Shingle Advocate's list There is no violence along the line of and hats for the ladies that for one year, free of charge, write road, and the reports that have here- can be found on the City markets. The j them at Philadelpha, Pa. mentioning tofore gone out in this regard were trimmers who are here with the stores their ad in the Record. very much exaggerated. are experts at making pretty hats having learned in the large Cities and Where's The Poets? being fresh from Louisville are familProf. Bridges Leaves. iar wtih the latest styles. Every one Tuesday was the "Vernal Equinox'" It is with sincere regret that the is cordiallv invited to insnect the nret-- 1 and nights being equal in the days length. The sun in its journey north Record learns that we are to lose Prof- ty hats on April 1st. crossed the equator on that day and essor D. W. Bridges as the Principal of Calico Convicted. heralded the official arrival of Spring. our Graded School. Professor Bridges has been appointThe trial of John Calico charged with ed Principal of the High School at Rich- the killing Negro Minstrel. of his cousin, Irvine May, mond Ky. He has tendered his resigna- which occured at Buckeye on the 18th There will be an old time negro mintion to the local Board of Trustees, of last January, was taken up in the strel performance at the Court House which has been accepted, as they Circuit Monday morning, the argument on Friday night March 31st and Satcourse would not wish to stand in was completed Tuesday night, but the urday night April 1st. This troupe of the way of Mr, Bridges improving his case was not given to the jury until 9 comes under the auspices of the Lanfinancial condition. It is there only re- o'clock on Wednesday morning. After caster Hospital, who will share in the gret that they did not feel able to hold being out until 2 o'clock Wednesday proceeds. him in Lancaster. afternoon they returned a verdict findProf. Bridges, we think we can say ing the defendant guilty of voluntary Kerr Named. with out fear of contradiction, is one of manslaughter. Under the new felony Gov. A. E. Wilson, Mar, 17, appoint- the best educators ever in Lancaster. law of 1910, when a person is found ed Hon. Charles Kerr, of Lexington, to He has done more to elevate and imguilty of a felony and the penalty theresucceed the late Judge Watts Parker as prove the Lancaster Graded School than for shall be other than death or a life Circuit Judge of Fayette county. Jud. any other man who has ever been at sentence, it shall be the duty of the ge Kerr is about sixty years of age and the helm. Court to give the convicted person an has been a leader in the Republican It will be a hard matter to secure a indeterminate sentence, using the minpolitics of Fayette county for many man who will fill his place.in as accep- imum and maxium sentence provided years. His successor will be chosen at table manner, and with such general by law, which is applicable to the the regular November election this satisfaction as he has given. charge under which he was convicted. year. He was popular alike with the trus- The penalty for voluntary manslaughtees, the faculty, the children, the pat- ter, for which Calico was convicted, is Mr. Speaks Dead. rons and the public. from two to twenty one years in the While we regret to loose him from penetentiary. This Mr. Edwin R. Speaks, who lived on of course will be the new Danville pike about 3J miles Lancaster, yet we take great pleasure the sentence of the court. from town died Sunday and his remains in commending both Prof. Bridges and were interred in the Lancaster ceme-tar- y his estimable wife to the people of Circuit Court. Monday afternoon. Mr. Speaks Richmond. The Grand Jury adjourned Tuesday, had been sick for several weeks, the having returned thirty three indict- "A Sad Death. immediate came of his death being pari ments, most of them for misdemeanors alysis. He was 69 years of age and minor offen es. was the father of Messrs James, Lowry Little James Kinnaird, who was so and mention A special Judge will arrive Friday to and Johnson Speaks of this county and badly burned on last Thursday, of which was made in the last week's preside in Judge Walker's stead in O. G. Speaks of Highland. of the Record, died as a result of es in which the latter is engaged as injuries at 5 o'clock Thursday after- - counsel. Judge Fryer, of Cynthiana, his Judge Denny Seriously 111. noon. The little fellow was standing who was here before in the same The many friends in Lancaster and a grate fire dressing himself city will doubtless be here this time, Garrard county of Judge George Denny when his clothes became ignited and The case of Mrg Sallie A pence a, will be sorry, to hear of his serious ill- before help could reach him he had sus- - j gainst the City 0f DanviHe, damage ness at his home on south Mill street in tained injuries which proved fatal. isuit went out of court on peremptory Lexington. Judge Denny has been in James' death Tvas one of the saddett ;ntmc.tir,B. Rnhprt. Hardino- nnH failing health for some time, but with which has ever occurred in Lancaster. Robinson represented theCity of Danin the last few days he has grown much He was a familiar figure, distinct from ville and W. I. Williams Mrs. Pence. weaker and a decided change for the other children because he knew every-?odTim Peters accused of breaking into worse is noticeable. His recovery is and all had a kind word for him. a warehouse in Flatwoods was given exceedingly doubtful. He was an unusually bright child, ever $25. and 10 days in jail. ready with a quick answer for everyLook Out For Fires. The suit of John Simpson against T. one, yet unlike jnany children who are S. Hendren on a note resulted in a verThe small towns in Kentucky have accustomed to being petted and teased dict for plaintiff. J. E. Robinson repsuffered severly from fires this Spring, by the people about town, he was resented Simpson, and Hendren was polite and respectful. The latest victem was Campbellsville, laid at rest in the represented by Williams & Hamilton. His remains were which on last Saturday was vis'ted by The hog case of Richard Ross against a blaze which wiped out a block, caus Lancaster cemetery on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Graded School A. McKnight resulted in a verdict of ing a loss of $50,000 with only $5,000 insurance. Everyone should be unusu- was dismissed to allow his little friends j $150. for plaintiff. McKnight was rep- resented by Attorney J. E. Robinson. ally careful during this blustery March and playmates to attend "his burial. Mr. J. B. Whittingee of Daviess weather, for a slight blaze fanned by a The sympathy of the entire communI strong wind soon means destruction to ity goes out to Dr. and Mrs. Kinnaird in county was examined as to his qualifi their great ber avement. cations and admitted to practice law. jnuch valuable property. I -- I HftSELDEN ).XXXMlaXAXA W; K BROS. 'ZZZWyi&i) J v;a.'0;a !XXXXX Buggy Smashing. iiERE IS WHERE WE SHOW YOU. e 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. up-to-da- te A Free I Souvenir to Each and Everyone" 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. 3 Subscribe For The Record WmgkSJ MM Now is the time to have your old I cas-iss- ue capa-befo- re Buggy, Carriage or Phaeton - .tr y, Painted or Repaired. We have first-cla- ss workmen and will do your work right and reasonable. Best Rubber Tires $ 6.00. 1 W. J. Romans. h v - 4"1 ,sr - HHMaaMMMajHuy'v are-vain- The Yellow Peril. "AllkSlSUKY. Seed oats for sale F. B. Marksbury. James Royston bought a pair of work mules for $390. "For ways that are dark and tricks , that t f f f I. f L9ft COrTISMT f IT to. v. m.ei ca, give gold dollars for sixty cents, tut we do deliver greater value m custom-tailore- d, clotkes than you 11 get m tke average tailor shop. Tne rea- son is, we represent Ed. V. 17E dont The heathan Chinee is peculiar." But when it comes to elusiveness and Mrs'. Sallie Fox was in Lancaster on trickery, the wily Jap has John Chinabusiness Monday. man beat to a frazzle. Russia-Japa- n Ever since the end of the Mr. Noah Marcee was in Danville on war the Japs have grown more and business Wednesday. m more aggressive, and notwithstanding Mr. William Clark of Jessamine has their repeated protestations of love and been visiting his son Mr. Robert Clark. ta friendship for the United States, they fcS succeed in giving Uncle Sam no end of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higgins of Rowtrouble. The first trouble is our Phil- land have been visiting Miss Georgia ippine possessions. Of course there is Dunn. no possible chance of Japan invading Misses Lizzie Simpson and Georgie the Philippines, but nevertheless we Dunn were delegates to the C. E. at must maintain troops there all the time Hurgin. for you can never tell what might hapRobert Fox sold eight one hundred pen. pound shoats to Thomas Metcalf for The latest source of annoyance from the same quarter is down on the Mexi 8J cents. can border, where the Power that Be The Misses Bonrne of Lancaster have are mobilizing the major portion of the been recent visitors of their sister Mrs. Army. Of course no one knows the Nelson Marcee. meaning of this mobilization, and the Mica Tlntw nf Richmond hn.s been , ., :J only information vouchsafed us is that visiting the .home oi- Mr. ana Airs. it is solely for "manouevers." We Mote Robinson. must of course accept this explanation, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson of for we will receive no other until some- Richmond who have visited relatives Garden Seed of the Best Quality. j - PurE StocK SeeD Potatoes. Davidson & Walker. QMMW&&&&aMW( lAfts>f& tf ... .. OLIVER DAY AT OUR STORE thing happens. However, it is said that the Japanese Government, or a subsidized steamship company, which is virtually the same thing, is negotiating for a coaling station along the Mexican coast, and that in the event they succeed in securing it, it would mean a coaling station for Japanese war vessels, and a menace to the interests of the United States in that vicinity, as well as to the.Panama Canal. Be this as it may, we are compelled to keep a weather eye on the "little yellow men." lest at some inopportune moment he turn one of his tricks on us. here have returned. Messrs George Rue and Ed Huffman Price & Co. Largest tailors in the world of GOOD made-to- order clothes A Chicago mail order house 'astweek percent. declared a dividend of earning was gleaned This enormous from people who do not believe in praising the bridge that carries them over, in patronizing home institutions. But of course they secure the goods much cheaper from the mail order house, also they get much cheaper week. 33-1- -3 of Danville are visiting Mr. C. K. Poindexter this week. William Doolen purchased a pair of work mules for $300. losing one by death shortly afterward. John Royston and son Jim purchased from White Marcee a track of land acres at 591 per acre. containing We have a large stock of Northern white seed oats. Call and see them. Hudson & Hughes. Mcsdames Ben Hughes and John Holzclaw of Lancaster were here a few days ago the guests of Mrs. Margaret Sutton. The sale of Thomas Moore which last Wednesday was very well attended and the things sold brought fairly good prices. Mr. Moore and family will locate near Nicholasville ' instead of Lexineton. as reported last 3-- 1 oc-cnr- ed MARCH Be 27ttL. sure and come in and see something NEW in the way of the Oliver Cultivator Remember the Day, March 27th. ! wnose immense organization produces at an ordinary price the kind of tailoring for which smaller snops rd nave to ask one-thi- to one-ha- lf more. I The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. GREEN.CLAY Entered at the Post as Second-ClaS- 9 $1.00 H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky. a year. the cost of their installation in property saved from fire, which but for them would liave been totally destroyed. They have lowered the rates of insurance so that we do not now have to expend in insurance premiums in a few years almost the value of the property insured. Nor i3 this all the good they have ac- -' complished. Within the knowledge of the writer water was beinghauledfrom Dix River for domestic purposes, and sold to consumers at fifty cents per barrel. Stock was driven for miles for water, the mills, light plant and all other industries which consumed any amount of water were compelled to haul from the river. Such a thing now as being without water for any purpose is unknown in Lancaster. Should we then not be justly proud of our system of water works? It is true the plant is not an extensive one, but it is fully adequate for all present demands. Never during the dryest seasons have we been short of water, for any purpose, unless perhaps, the sprinkling privileges had to be curtailed for a short period on one or two oc- WALKER, Editor. Office tn Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., March 24, 1911. owned by Bob Farlee a A mad-do- g colored man came to our town one night The U. S. Government is prosecuting the manufacturers of "CoaCola"in last week biting several of the neigh bethe Feperal court in Chattanooga, bors dogs. The dogs that were bit and charging that their beveridge contains longed to Messrs Kelley, Royston, caffeine, and that caffeine is a poison- Hog who lost not time in killing their ous drug. If the contention of the dogs to avert further trouble. Government holds good coffee might be placed under the ban, as it too contains A Fierce Night Alarm. cafieine, is the hoarse, startling cough of a child, David H. Moffitt, millionaire railroad suddenly attacked by croup. Often it magnate, and the first man to run a aroused Lewis Chamblin of Manches railroad engine into Denver Col., died ter, 0.,K. K. Wo. ZJ tor tneir iour at the Belmont hotel in New York last children were greatly subject to croup. week. 'Sometimes in severe attacks," he President Taf t returned to Washing- wrote "we were afraid they would die, ton Monday, having fiinished his Spring but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is, vacation at Augusta Ga. we have no fear. We rely on it for croup and for coughs, colds or any throat or lung trouble." So do thousCured by the Marvel of the Ceutury,B.B.B. ands of others. So may you. Asthma, Hay Fever, LaGrippe, Whooping Tested for 30 Years. 50c Cough, Hemorrhages fly before Aching bones, swollen joints perman and 1.00. Trial bottle tree, sow- Dy ently cured through the blood with pure R. E. McRoberts & Son. eign matter washing in the lake. Botanical ingredients, To prove it we Last, but not least, the power-hous- e will send you a itself should be looked after and kept SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE in good repair, the roof, smoke stack, If you have bone pains, sciatica or windows, doors and all wood work kept shooting pains up and down the leg, painted and the .concreting kept in aching back or shoulder blades, swollen good repair. The machinery should be joints or swollen muscles, difficulty in kept clean and in first class condition, moving around so you have to use crutand everything surrounding the lake ches; blood thin or skin pale; skin itches and plant should be kept in good repair and burns; shifting pains; bad breath; and good to look upon. The fire hose, lumbago, gout, take Botanic Blood truck and apparatus should be looked Balm (B. B. B.) which will remove after and kept in good condition, if the every sympton, because B. B. B. sends hose is old or worn, get new ones. Do a rich, tingling flood of warm, rich Hi not wait for afire to prove their pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerA stitch in time saves nine. ves, bones and joints, giving warmth goods. Mount. Son Co, & &g&$me&P nvtfimtr ft Hi J, I C33Jfrjggae?3w You'll Have To WHISTLE a long tiuiti for e en us go id lum ;r , ours. You a-- 5fes$etfe mi can whistle forever and i get no better. There isn' any. We stay on t p in thi lu;n ir business just because of the super ority ot oui Ltan., boards, t ml'tib etc. V RHEUMATISM V Ak any builder if it pajs to Lnj tl:t bet luml er. it His answer should make you our customer. - Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. Currey's (fiittS! OF 3 swVAVi?, Mil !B3eeeM333S!wrs,,.rci,"" THE NATIONAL SANK ANCASIER. -- The Place To Get Capital $50,000. Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- worth-lessnes- s. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 For For For For For 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all nublications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 per line Obituaries, These things are what the tax payers money should be spent for, and there will be no kick from any quarter over the spending of money for things to afe guard the public health and the people's property. Standing In His Own Light. 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, $1 6R0GERY Satisfaction, A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, r. per large bottle, with directions for Any farmer who fails to take advan- home cure. Sample sent free by writ & tage of the present high prices being ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Desadpaid for hogs, cattle, sheep, horses and cribe your trouble and free medical vice given. Sold by F. P. Frisbie. poultry by growing more than he has M been raising, and by curtailing his to.&$ B YIN'TNVIIjIjR. bacco, is standing in his own light. casions. ANNOUNCEMENTS tx Another thing in their favor is that Possibly never before has a good, all Seed oats for sale F. B. Marksbury. the lake and pumping station is so lo- purpose horse sold for as much as he is Mrs. Harvey Dean was in Nicholascated that in the event that the exig- now selling for. The same might be ville Friday and Saturday. Desooatic Ticket. encies should demand an increased sup said of cattle and hogs, and that there FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Mr. Walter Denny and wife of Bur-gi- n A mistake is possible. It ply, say for instance the establishment is splendid profit in raising this kind of Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. visited the family of J. C. Williams. ; stock at current prices no one can of factories in our town, which we hope is sometimes impossible to Mrs. N. P. Cobb has gone for a visto see before many months, by extend- - aouot. mere is no prospect ot very prevent it. miinh .w.ta rtiao aifViA llf tintm it to her father at Fleirtingsburg. mttroi llkVO) .lAt.l For The Legislature. ing the mains a distance of exactly ono .mw. lie navu You may get a pound of es.' mile in an air line, we can reach Dix heard of sheep selling- in Grant county Mr. F. E. Adams of Sharpsburg visbutter not quite up to the and by adding a supplementary duringthe- - week for as much as eight ited his wife and daughter the latter We are authorized to announce J. A. river, mark or a dozen of eggs with Doty as a candidate for the Leglsla-tair- battery of engines, obtain an inex- dollars per head, of yearling steers sel- part of the week. ling for as high as forty dollars and of haustible supply of pure water. subject to the action of the Miss Dean of Sulpher Well has been one or two of them of suspicAside from" the advantages above set good milk cows bringing from fifty to the attractive visitor of Mrs. Charley ious age dollars. ui course, you Dean has returned home. out, and above all, our water has ever seventy-hv- e been pure and perfectly safe for drink- can't raise a good horse as quick as you BUT (and this is the chief Mrs. Walker Burnsides and little For The Legislature. ing p rposes. A rigid analysis by the can a crop of tobacco, but the difference daughter Augusta Jane of Richmond point of thi3 ad.) You will best chemists in the state failed to in the profit is great enough to more are with Mr. B. F. Patton and family. find us, not only willing but We are authorized to announce John show any disease germs in the water. than counterbalance the time one has '3. ANXIOUS to riht these We have a large stock of Northern M.Farra as a candidate for the LegislaWe should take every precaution to to wait for his money. That there is ' wrongs. ture, subject to the action of the Dem- see that our water works are kept up good money in growing corn and hngs white seed oats. Call and see them. 3- - 17-Hudson & Hughes. ocratic party. main- at present prices no one can deny. to the high standard heretofore You have but to- bring such Miss Kay Jenkins who has been in Where then is the sen.e in continuing tained. things to our notice to have No expense should be spared, every to raise tobacco, which is at best an un- Florida for the past two months has Lancaster's Pride. dollar spent on them should be consider- certain crop, when the price is quoted returned home accompanied by her sisthem receive cur immediate brought more ed well spent The filter should be below the cost of production? A man ter Mrs. Chalanus Gailaher. Perhaps we have been attention. fully to a realization of the value of changed often, especially in the sum- with only a small farm, say from thirty Attacks School Principal. We want to get as near as our system of water works in the last mer months when the sand is likely to to forty acres, can make a good living improve his land A severe attack on school principal, possib'e to perfect storekeep" month than ever before. They are become heav.ly coated with sediment, and at the same time, as a matter of course, until we thus preventing thorough filtration. by raising poultry and eggs, and there Chas. B. Allen, ot Sylvama, ua., is. .ing, and you can help us to do taken have a fire, then when by their use The filter should be thoroughly over- is always a ready market. No man ctn thus told by him. "For more than this by pointing out our faults. thousands of dollars worth of property hauled and put in first class condition grow tobacco for less than ten cents a three years," he writes, "I suffered inis saved, we are brought to recognize before the coming of the heated season. pound and make wages. Even at ten describable torture from rheumatism, Let us enroll you as a custo- Care shnuld be taken of the water shed centsa pound there is not much more liver and stomach trouble and diseased them for their'real value. mer. When it was suggested several years immediately surrounding the lake, self than good wages in this crop. To make kidneys. All remedies failed till I used ago that we put in a system of water ; closing gates should be providen to pre- -' Grant county what it should be we Electric Bitters, but four bottles of works, the proposal met with opposi- elude the possibility of stock getting in have got to change our ways of farm- this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Such results are common. tion from many taxpayers. It was said and grazing, All decaying vegeatable ing. Show us a farmer who has devoted Thousands bless them for curing could not afford them. Those matter.vweeds, and filter of every dethat we people are willing now to say scription should be removed from the the better part of his lite to raising to- - stomach trouble, female complaints, same that wa cannot afford to be without water shed. The banks where .they bacco and we will show you a man who- kidney disorders, biliousness, and for Z ...- - years wai uae them, in tne low,,....M.il' we l..3. are inclined to wash, should be smoothed has not made verygreat success. finan- new health and vigor. Try them. Idw'3 VU62?3ttfc'MMfMtfIC2jt,3r ?!&1HH Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. had them they have saved many times down and steps taken to prevent icr- - cially. Grant County News. f h Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Tell Us Our Faults. MOrtihHHiluBMBI T 5T fc.' I nTAJMJ II V W J.TiTi d H V'A'J a 1 :- - - -- e, Dem-ocratiSrar- ty. -- MoTTa T - MTra proof Handsome Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to Local Contractor or Conright Metal Koofing Company, ' Mrt T?ofaii"e t ifonmft r .NfM'lll c- - 3t - ,' j i -- iriiflHffirafm '4?ir7fiiBF'''T There Is Hope . ,' al a., s.but a proper sys- tem of banking makes By hope a certainty. using the facilites offered by The Garrard Bank & Trust Company, wrecks and di&aaters in the commercial world will be greatly lessened in numbers, and financial failures will be correspondingly decreased. Tb Carrey I Garrard Bank & Trust Company.., .1, I rii m&m r rtSAAETWij t t CZ3SEZ2 LAST r,9t4FajXB NO TIGE! K2K&4 All person's indebted to We JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO., for Merchandise purchased prior to February 1st, 1911, will kindly call and pay same at once and thus avoid unnecessary trouble and expense, as the estate of J. Joseph, deceased, must be settled. THIS IS FINAL. l Adolph and Author Joseph, Executors Of Jacob Joseph, Deceased. I I visiting the formers mother, Mrs. Lynn of Stanford. Mr. W. S. Fergueson is here mingle-wit- h his many friends, Miss Estelle Walker is at home again after a sojourn in Florida. Mrs. F. C. Nick, of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs. C. Arnold. Mr. Thomas Adams of Sharpsburg is here visiting Lancaster relatives. M s. Charlotte Warren of Stanford is the guest of Lancaster relatives. Mrs. Sallie Maret of Frankfort is visiting her sister Mrs. Jack Adams. Mrs. George Miller Lusk is in Louisville with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes. Mr. William Smith of Arkansas has been visiting his daughter near Hubble. Guss Dunn of State College Lexington is visiting his mother Mrs. W. A. Price. Susie Hilton, H. D. Tomlinson Miss Minnie Walsh, T. K. Watson Miss Bet-ti- e Walker Burnside, Miss Nancy Walker Edna Kavnaugh and J. L. Frances. Mr. Solomon Fry of New York who with his bride has been on a visit toMrs. Jacob Joseph, discovered to his surprise on reaching this city, that he had previously visited this place. Though quite a youth he was with Bragg in his retreat through Central Kentucky, and on his recent return to Lancaster he found that this was one of the towns through which he rushed as a private in the fleeing confederate army. On visiting Danville he also recalled his flight through that city and his participation in the memorable battle t r ."--- - " YOU'LL TINU IT IN THIS COLUMN. Wtrp Quickly ' Cures Coughs Colds aud Catarrh. - SPRING 1911. i Spring 4 1 Opening1 SATURDAY, APRIL 1st. Pat Y n u OUlt am J :t 1 Hats. tre 3 r i illy .vitecl fc V Mrs, ftda Kinnaird. Storm-b t t Eui cit g, Me O-tn DVnville, St. id ? K Ms:gS'Bj??3?fSs$3 88,&5!.38S33 VKsKsftKsaysx.KS'i Saturday Ap We il: p ?j.K r tc list, h a ic th-- i 1911 trade If you, dear reader, could spend an hour looking over a few of the thoushim' ands of testimonials that we have on Seed oats for F. B. Marksbury. file, you would not go on suffering from disease that Set of oak furniture and hat racks catarrh, that diigusting will surely sap your vitality and weak- for sale. Mrs. W. B. Mason. your enure system 11 anowea to , en full force of first class continue, We have a You would have just as much faith workmen for huggy painting and re-- 1 " c uac "" W. J. Romans. pairing. :'" cur- . so much confidence in its wonderful Eggs For Sale, i ative virtue that it is sold the country S. C. R. I. Reds Eggs 1.00 per 15 from pen, 50c from over under a positive guarantee to cure catarrh, croup, sore throat, coughs and range. S. A. Hill, Lancaster. Ky., R 3 box 41, colds or money back. No stomach dosing when you breathe Phone 391-HYOMEI. Just pour a few drops of We are prepared to give you first the liquid into the inhaler, and breathe class work in Buggy painting and it in. W. J.Komans. It is mighty pleasant to use; it opens up those stuffed-u- p nostrils in two minIf you want your house painted or any kind of carpenter's work done, utes, and makes your head feel as clear as a bell in a short time. write or see Breathe HYOMEI and kill the cat P. Ison, Lancaster, Ky. R. arrh germs. It's the o ly way to cure catarrh. It's the only to get rid of Wanted. that constant hawking, snufflng and Five hundred old buggies to paint spitting. and repair. W. Y. Romans. A complete HYOMEI outfit, which includes a bottle of HYOMEI and a rur Sale. hard rubber pocket inhaler, costs $1.00 Standard bred hornless short horn at R. E. McRoberts & Son and drugbulls, models in form and choice breed- gists everywhere. If you already own ing. A. M. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. a HYOMEI inhaler you can get an extra bottle of HYOMEI for 50 cents, "We have used HYOMEI in our Notice family for the cure, and breaking up of All persons having claims against the coughs, colds, sore throat and catarestate of J, T. Conn deceased present rhal affections, and can say that it is a them to us on or before April 1st. 1911 grand remedy worth its weight in approved according to law also those gold." Mrs. John Cooper, South indebted to deceased come forward Wayne, Mich. K and pay. John A. Conn, 5 - - l Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those H Art Interested In. -tf " Miss Angie Kinnaird of Danville is home for a visit. at i ! I re-pari- Attorney G. D. Florence, of Stanford, was in town yesterday. Mr. Wells of Louisville was the guest of his friend Judge R. A. Burnside. Mrs. Louis Landram of Danville visited her mother Mrs. H. A. B. Marks-bur- y. of Perryville. Smith--Deim- y -tf Mrs. A. H. Rice returned to her home Saturday after a visit to relatives here. Mr. and Mrs, Shirley Elkin of West are gues of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Elkin. V"a., 4t Little Miss Josephine Rainey is spending the week with his aunt Airs. W. H. Ward. Mrs. Henry Simpson and little daughter have returned from a visit to Lex- ington. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Denny are at come from an enjoyable trip to Florida and Cuba. Miss. May Broaddus of Buckeye is spending several days with Miss Rella Arnold. i: French Model AND Hats K B S Those Of Our Own Design AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. Also Large Assortments Of s ? S ! K K a -- Misses' and Children's Hats If k :; a K i s: Hiss Rella Arnold Di BSCKoKKSS-'kX9SS9Kt.K9- ivhle. Street, &' v"r;5.j". Hu j5KOJrJ55- K j H S3 av. it i V Wall Paper, Paints and f ET ries, Raspberries, 1 Rops, Rhubaib tc. I r r& Varnishes. V I R. . HcRoberts t- & Son. . frt!J&TgLai $'?H:fii4dintilB INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH U - BEAZLEY & HASELDEN Phone 31, isit 0Bce, National Bnjc ofLancaster, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes have returned home after spending the winter in Florida. Blind Tigers. W. H. Conn, Mrs. Jonas Rucker of Richmond is Adminsistrators. 4L Marshal Herron arrested Mable Wat- - visiting her father Judge Wm. Shug-ar- s v kins and Agnes Faukner, two "Battle and family. row" colored women, and lodged them Mrs. E. L. Owsley is at home in jail charging them with selling after a stay in Lexington Nicholasville As Executors of the estate of R. D. booze. Owing to. the fact that circuit Ballard, deceased, I will sell at public court is in session they will not be tried and Frankfort. auctjon in fron 4 of the Court House, in until next week, when they may secure J. Herbert Kinnaird of Stanford was Lancaster. Ky, on Monday March 27 with Lancaster relatives the latter service of an attorney. 1911 it being county court part of the week. Kills A Murderer. rard County 6 shasepTstock in the Miss Nell Johnston has returned to " Bank of BrySntsville, Ky., 1 black A merciless murderer is Appendici- her home in Lexington after a visit to mare, 1 Buggy and Harness, 1 cow and tis with many victims, but Dr. King's Miss Bettie West. calf. Terms made known on day of New Life Pills kill it by prevention. V G. T. Ballard, J. C. Ballard JJh. Robert Harding of Danville was sale They gently stimulate stomach, liver Executors. and bowels, preventing that clogging mare Monday and Tuesday in the Calico that invites 'aDDendicitis. curiner Con- - case for the defense. I Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Robinson of Danstipation, Billiousness, Headache, Chiils, 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son, ville were called here by the death of little James Kinnaird. Sheeps Claims. Mr. O. G. Speaks of Highland, Lin Early in the year County Clerk J. W. coln county was called here Monday by Royal blood and splendid individuality. Hamilton certified to the Auditor the the death of his father. Fall boars and gilts for sale. amount of the sheep claims in Garrard J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky. county, $1175., he figures that the dog Dr. Virgil Gibney Kinnaird of Louistax from this county will enable about ville is at home with his parents Dr. 60 per cent of this amount to be paid to and Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird. the losers of sheep. The Auditor has Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Batson and little Fruit not sent check for the amount, not- daughter are at home from a stay of withstanding the fact that other coun several days In Chicago. ties have been paid. Mr. Humber of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma has been visiting his nieces, Miss. CAN'T BE SEPERATED. Asp-iraguBlackeres Rella and Mary Arnold. Some Lancaster People Have Learned The Ladies Aid Society of the ChrisHovrTo Get Rid of Bolh. tian church will meet Saturday afterBackache and kidney ache are twin noon at the home of Mrs. J. Fleece Write for free Catalogue. No Agts Robinson. brothers. was with her cousAllie seperate H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. You can't can't get them. the back- in Miss LottieYantis of Stanford, and Carson, And you Miss rid of attended the K. P. Banquet given there ache until you cure the kidney ache. Lexington. Kentucky. If the kidneys are well and strong, Friday night. the "rest of the system is pretty sure to Dr. Frank Cheek the Synodical supbe in vigorous health. erintendent of Presbyterian Missions ; Doan's Kidney I ills make strong, was here Sunday and preached at the healthy kidneys. Presbyterian church. ; George Wright, Stanford St, LanMrs. John Mount and neices"Misses caster, Ky., says: "I have never Louise and Marjorie Mount have been t known of a better kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney Kidney Pills. Last fall na my my back ached a great deal kidneys were badly disordered. The kidney secretions were scanty and painful in passage. I fortunately had Doan's Kidney Pills brought to my attention and getting a box at Frisbie's Drug Store, I began their use. They relieved me promptly and in return for the benefit I received, I am willing should be used in rejl don't think the height of mis that my name commending them. My advice to all fortune has ever been reached yet, sufferers from kidney trouble is to :although many of us have often give Doan's' Kidney Pills a trial.,, made. a good try for it. Molly and For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo, T.ctndPrl this littlfl sppnfi for- vnil: cents. New York, sole agents for the United T,ai ,, j ,!,,,. fnrrtat ' luwu- tcaucijjuai. "ciH JUU , States.-y our .troubles by trading at tne up- - Remember the name Doan's and .tonlate vCa$h Store of R. S. Brown's. take no other. Public Sale. gasrjar- s V Oakdale Heid of Registered Durocs The marriage of Miss Sue Lydia Smith, of Richmond and Fayette county, to Mr. Alexander Rice Denny of Richmond wa3 celebrated Thursday Miss Harret Fleetwood is in Lexington in one of the city hospitals for morning at 10:30 o'clock at the First Presbyterian Church in Lexington. treatment. Rev. Dr. D. H. Scanlon of Richmond The Chautanqua Circle met Wednesofficiating, assisted by Dr. Edwin Mull-e- r. day afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. The wedding was quite simple the F. Hudson. entering togethbride and Mrs. E. C. Gaines and Miss Lucy er with no attendants. Walker Doty were visitors in Boyle After the ceremony the bridal couple Capitol Tuesday. left on the C. & O. train for a trip to Mrs. J. C. Pratt of Colorado has been New York City. The bride wore her traveling gown of the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Simpblue cloth with a becoming spring hat son of Marksbury. of straw and velvet and a beautiful Miss .btnel Jones has accepted a posi- corsage ooquet 01 lilies 01 tne valley tion as assistant trimmer in Miss Rella and "ferns. She is a most charming Arnolds Millinery. girl with beauty and talent, a Bryn Mr. Frank Sloan, who is attending Mawr student and received her musical school at Georgetown is with his home education at the Boston Conservatory jof Music Her parents are Mr. and folks at Hubble Ky. .Mrs. Thomas Smith who came from Mr. Charley Adams of Lexington was Richmond to Fayette county recently here Monday visiting his parents Mr. purchasing the old Shelby place "Grass and Mrs. Jack Adams. land" where they make their home. Mrs. J. B. Paxton and bright little Mr. Denny is the son of Mr. J. N. son James of Stanford have been visit- Denny of Lancaster, Kentncky, and a ing Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Robinson. capable young bnsines3 man of RichMrs. A. W. Kavanaugh will enter- mond of the firm of Kellogg & Co. He tain at a most sumptuous dinner Thurs- and his bride are among the most popular young people of Richmond society day in honor of a number of friends. and a large number of friends came Rev. C. C. Brown delivered an inter- from that city Thursday morning to atesting lecture Monday afternoon at the tend the wedding. Presbyterian Missionery Society. The bridal couple received many gifts and returning from their John McRoberts and Frank Tinder went as deligates to the Christian En- bridal trip will go to housekeeping in deavor Convention which met in Bur-gi-n. Richmond, the home being already fitted up for the coming of the bride. Lexington Leader. Mesdames C. D. Powell and S. D. Cochran were in Danville Monday to purchase flowers for the Baptist Ladies 1 Aid Society. bride-groom -- 2pPy ele-ga- nt HENS 2 to 12 1 Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson will be at home this afternoon Friday to the members of the Embroidery Club. An appetizing luncheon will be served. Chickens O to 12cts, Roosters 5cts. Ducks 10c, Eggs, 0 to 2cts. Turkeys to 13cts. and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, s, - Elder F. M. Tinder and son Louie were in attendance at the Christian En1 1 deavor Convention at Burgin where Mr. Tinder delivered an able sermon Sunday evening. 10 E. R. Sutton of Paris has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson. Mr. Just received a car load of White Seed Oats and car of Salt. Sutton has just been offend a lucrative position in South Carolina as manager Just received a car load of of a Telegbaphic Company. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie gave an elabor-it- e Can ii el' Coal which' we caD six o'clock dinner in courses Monday evening. The guest of honor were sell out at 12cts in yards. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hudson, attorney coal from 11 to 14cts. W. I. Williams of Tulsa Oklahoma and Other Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price. Mrs. Fris- in the yard. bie proved herself a charming hostess. The following were in Stanford for NORTBCOTT, the K. P. Banquet, Hon Charles A. Hardin, Messrs Raymond and Joe J. W. Sweeney, F. G. Hurt Miss 8. B. Has-elde- n, DEPOT STREET. J mMmmLmismmm. HfHijlfidfl HAVE iMSMISIlffilMiSilJSIlMIMf&u YOUR.fc. BETSY'S POINTERS Prescriptions Compounded with ACCURACY and CARE at '" :. - Foster-Milbur- """" FEISBIE'S DRUG STORE V . a. 5j lllgieiaftraft.'glMfailfafli WmiWK&MmmiWmr gpfMiafMi -- .,- FARM 1 'v.n j " OOOfrOOW0000000000000000000v FARMER'S COLUMN 1 The Cincinnati, Mew Orleans & Texas Paeife Ry. Co. '"'"NOTICE Bids Wantei Bids will be received by Fiscal Court of Garrard county, for repairing the following. if." W J-- . . & Jsb JeJ fees? fr-0 t -- X - AT dpace below this heading Id for tlie exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and la fur the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four Hues, and will be only in two issues of the Record, free of charge 85 head of ewes with lambs in good condition for sale at a bargan. " L. G. Davidson 0OOXX.C ATTENTION! r NOTICE Cincinnati, Ohio, March, 16, 1911. To v id. '( iu'i'.n by Shoeing - aur.il- TURNPIKE ROADS IN GARRARD COUNTY KENTUCKY. i.re l.fi,T.. ni but ga'j .hVMl me ..trt reliable Public Sale As agent for the heirs of J. M. Higginbotham (deceased) I will offer at Public Sale before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., on good A one hore wagon. Sale-- For "Old Hickory" J. W. Elmore. For Sale A sow and 9 pigs, also 9 shoats.. weight about 80 lbs. R. E. Henry. LOST 90 Froni my place near Teaters-vill- e white sow shoat weighing about pounds, been gone three weeks. The Management of. The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company believes that the public should be advised of the reasons for the present difficulty with the white firemen who left the service of the Company on March 9, 191 1. The railroad is divided into three operatThe Third District is the one between Chattanooga, Tenn., and Oakdale, Tenn., a distance of 84 miles. was not possible to secure enough white firemen to operate trains between Chattanooga and Oakdale. Because of the inability to secure the required number of white firemen, the Company was forced to employ negroes as firemen and has had negroes in service constantly as firemen since 1904 on that part of the line between Chattanooga and Oakdale. The agreement between the Management of The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company and the firemen applies to all firemen. The Committee representing the white firemen demanded that The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company should, within 90 days, discharge from the position as firemen all colored men so employed and to agree that hereafter no negroes shall be employed as firemen. The Company declined to grant this depurpose to leave the service of the Company. The committee gave this notice to take hours in coneffect in less than twenty-fou- r 45 of the agreement dated flict with Article July 1, 1910, which provides that 30 days' written notice shall be given of any purpose to revise or abrogate the agreement. The Management of The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway, ing Districts. the Public: Monday March 27th, it being County Court Day, at 10 o'clock a. m., sell 1911 for sale I have 26 good sheep and 17 lambs 12 of these are to lamb yet. Old phone No. 92 W Jessamine Co. Charles Dutrich Buena Vista Ky. LIVE STOCK MARKET. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, had charge of the operation of The Cincinnati, In 1904, before the present Management the farm known as it for the year ending December 30th, 1911 UUftCftN'S Quarries will be furnished by the . iAKam: rOPCS UlCtniOSD.gTEEET. county on section where county owns quarries; where none is owned .by county, contractor must furnish same. Said metal shall be broken sufficiently . fine to pass through a two inch ring at Simpson 8842? its greatest diameter, aaiu metai snau : J I; j y by contractor between be spread October 14th And December 30th, 1911, Sesson 191 1. unless otherwise ordered by Supervisor having charge of work, and the breaking, measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision of supervisor or deputy supervisor of dis. trict for which the work is done. Said turnpike roads are laid ofF as follow?, County Jersey Bull iri(j J. w SWEENEY. T1NSLBY, Surveyor. za--j. Kt-ntuck- I the Pettus place on the Stanford pike, and the one that said J. botham resided at the time of his death. M. Higgin March 23 Receipts Shipments CATTLE: Shippers Cattle 1.023 100 Hogs 2.l 4lU .... Sheep 1C COO This farm contains 74 acres more or less to be surveyed, if desir- $5 00S)fi 15 ed by the purchaser. Lancaster. It has a splendid 7 room brick in good repair, all necessary out buildings. This is one of the best suburban homes around The farm is all in grass and has been for nearly 20 years. Butcher steers extra Good to choice 'Common to fair Heifers, extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra Good to choice 5 T.'q.i5 00 4 75 5" 4 10 4 &" 6 75 5 U0 4 3 4 75g)5t.s io 4 50 flYdtl Any one desiring to look at the house and premises can do so. Mrs Higginbotham who lives there will take pleasure in showing- - same. Possession will be given at once. Terms will be made known on day of sale. For any further information address Common to fair Canners Bulls balognas Extra Fat bulls CALVES: (0 4(04 uo 2 c Fairtogood extra G. T. Higginbotham, Agt, For the Heirs. Common and large HOGS : good packers and butchers Mlxtd packers ritngs 5 5 0('(&5 35 8 50dj8 75 75U(a8 50 4 0C& 7 75 7 30 7 So 7 COfaT 35 4 4S55 2 50&:s 00 15 2'3 Common to choice heavy fat sows. Light nhippers Pigs, (110 lbs and less) SHEEP:extra Good to choice Common to fair r LAMxS: Good tochoiae ctra Notice! Poultry Raisers Common to fair 4 50g, 35 7 SO 7 :5 7 00&7 35 4 250 ud 3 7X34 15 2 25&3 50 CCO&OUO 0 0030 50 5 00C9 5 75 005 35 mand, and, thereupon, the committee representing the white firemen gave notice of their 11-4- 4 CURES Cholera, Gapes, LimbemecK, Roup, Canker,. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry ztliz0?.-- T Misi Katie Bryant. Bardstcwn, Ky., y: "I hsvc used R'dpe for yean and think! I the best pwlttY trtnedy made, i t cum capes and liolmn-c- k wrj.o it fail." drorp down the bill of a sipins WulCoomet, Bardttown. Ky.,tay: "One it-- p ef Recipe 4-- 1 diicirn H)! the worm iod wlieVes tb"- - chick instant'--, his the best preventive I have ever used." Easy to Be Good. Miss Smith Now, Madge, tell mo, which would you rather be pretty or good? Madge (promptly) I would rather be pretty. Miss Smith; I can easily be good whenever I like to try. London Punch. Work of an Artist. Mfc. and Guaranteed by J. BobL Crume, Birdstown, Ky, Price 50c at all Druggists. SOLO BY R. E. McROBERTS &. SON, Lancaster, Ky. To 6-- 9 Bill You say that man's an artist? Jill That's what I said. "What l;ind of an artist?" "He makes cuts." "In a newspaper office or a barber shop?" Yonkers Statesman. ! I B. F. HUDSON, President J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1883. && Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. "They say the hoop skirt Is coming back," observed the professor, regretfully. "This seems to show that fashions travel in regular ellipses, and not In parabolic curves, as some of us had hoped." Periodicity. CAPITAL $50,000. W. SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. J. S. Prompt Attention. Women snifer from female ailments, frequently lerjleet their trouble, una general break-dow- n follows. Don't wait fill your easels as bad as thai take Cardni In time. It is a safe, reliable medicine, for all women. Women who Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. ers feared they would lose the cattle with Texas fever. If it should turn out that they escaped, a big trade in Seed oats for sale F. B. Marksbury. this line will be opened p. The pasr W. B. Burton was in Lexington Mon- tures are splendid and cattle can be day. He is on a deal for a fine stallion kept fat and growing all the year, oyer there. 1 1 Farm and Stock. LOCAL FIRM Will CONTiNVE VALUABLE 1 R. E. McRoberts & Son of this city have jnst closed a deal whereby they C. C. Carpenter, of Hustonville, Ky. sold his fine gelding, sired by Dignity will continue to be agent for ZEMO the well known remedy for Eczema, Dare to a Lexincrt- for $500. Dandruff, and all diseases of the skin and scalp. Out of a total of 7,500,000 mules in the world we have over one-ha- lf of The extraordinary leap that this them in the United States and we can- clean liquid external treatment for skin not begin to fill the demand. There is effections has made into public favor no better business that a man can en- in the last few years proves its wongage in today than raising mules for derful curative properties and makes it the home, as well as the foreign mark- indeed a valuable addition to the fine et. Good prices prevail and there stock of remedial agent carried by R. never was a more opportune time than E. McRoberts & Son. They have a limited supply of samples the present to start in raising them. one of which will be given free to any 'The stock exhibited by Kentucky skin sufferer who wishes to test the breeders at the recent Insular Exposi- merit of the medicine. A booklet' 'How tion, at San Juan, Porto Rico, was all To Preserve The Skin," will also be sold there except the cattle. The buy-- given to those interested. , y We have a large stock of Northern white seed oats. Call and see them. Hudson & Hughes. Take AGENCY CARDUI Mrs. Rena Hare, of Pierce, Ha., tried Cardni and alter-war- d wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, had pain in my side, drawing pains in my legs, could not sleep, had shortness of breath. WI suffered for years, until my husband insisted on my trying Cardni. The first bottle gave me relief ud Hew I am almost well." Try Cardui. . It will help yei." E43 ANNIE R00NEY 4)04 PEAVINE 85 CRESTLAIND 3173, Vol. 7. REX PEAVINE 1796 DAISY 2nd 2229 85. Although the Management of The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company has been always wiliing to accept the services of Judge Knapp as mediator the officers of the firemen's organization and the committee representing tha firemen have declined to accept his services. The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company has at all times faithfully carried out the provisions of the contract between the Company and the firemen. Negroes are not employed as locomotive engineers, and the Company will not promote or employ negroes as engineers. When the white firemen left the service of the Company on March 9th, on less than twenty-fou- r hours notice, it became necessary for the Company to obtain such firemen as could be obtained to move the passenger and freight trains and to meet the needs of the public. The Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company has always endeavored to give good service to its patrons sd to meet in every way as a common carrier he needs of the public. It is recognized xhroughout the entire country as a high class ailroad, and the Management will appreciate jny assistance which can be rendered by the citizens in sections through which The Cincinnati, Nw Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway runs in restoring the former satisfactory service. This statement of the situation is made so that all persons interested and the public generally may know the actual conditions. ' ation. mediation. ; This was declined, but, as the la.$provides that either party may make application to the mediators, a telegram was at once sent by the railroad company to Judge Martin A. Knapp, (appointed by President Taft as one of the Board of Mediation, Washington, D. C,), requesting him to immediately use hisgood offices with the firemen to bring about medi- immediately filed protest against this action, but, although an investigation was promised, no final answer hasbesn given by the committee representing the f. re men or by the officers of the firemen's organization. The Erdman Act provides for mediation between' a railroad and its employees, and at the last conference, on Harch 9th, before the strike order took effect, the committee reprei senting the fiiemen was urged to consent top;: envst. District No 1, Sec. 1 Stanford pike IMP' fvtl. a. t'.iit i fcti ttur itore.. from Lancaster to county line with j rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from i,unca cr, Lancaster to Fork church with rock. Sec. No. 3, Sugar creek pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 4, Buckexe pike from Lancaster to AlcCreary with rock. Sec. No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from Lancaster to O. B. Perkin's spring with rock. Sec. No. 6, Old Danvil'e pike from double toll gate to Dix River OiSif.-- . Sw'iftwj'-- . Li vM S:aMt-- . with gravel. Sec. No. 7, New Danville-pik-- -- Kentucky. from double toll gate to Dix River Laiicister, with gravel. District No. 2, Sec. No. 1; Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix River ..:' .1 V! and C. M. Jenkins,residence with rock. Sec No. 2, Lexington pike from C. II. .,2. Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with rock. Sec. No. 3, Bryantsville and W Morrow, Graduate Opticlav Sugar Creek pike, entire pike with rock. Qlitit i It:e-J- . Guaranteed. Sec. No. 4, Bryantsville and Cane Run pike entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 5, Buena Vista and Kentucky River pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 6, from i C. Poindexter's shop to I M. Dunn's gate with rock. iffffc DENTIST Districts No. 3, Sec. No. 1, Buckeye pike from McCreary to Buckeye post mold's Millinery. office, with rock. Sec. No. 2, Buckeye pike from Buckeye post office to Stott's store with rock. Sec. No. 3, From Stott's store to Kentucky river with rock. Sec. No. 4, Poor Ridge pike from Buckeye pike to Pleasant Kill school house, with rock. Sec. No. 5, All Work Guaranteed. Poor ridge pike from Pleasant Hill Lick, Kentucky. school house to Scotts Fork church, with rock. Sec. No. C, Poor ridge pike from Scotts Fork church to Kentucky river, with rock. Sec. No. 7, Kirks-vill- e pike from Hyattsville to top of : West Hill, East of H. West residence, n with rock. Sec. o. 8, from top of S.,xrr West hill to Madison line with gravel. Oiiiirc?over Loganftor. District No. 4, Sec. No. 1, Riehrnord p:ioh "u. Office PJWW: 6. pike from Lancaster to Goodloe's gate with rock. Sec. No. 2, From Goocl-loe- 's gate to Ed Walker's gate with rock. Sec. No. 3, From Ed. Walker's gate to Madison county line, with gravel. Sec. No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from O. uf QUALITY. B. Perkin's spring to county line with rock. Sec. No. G, Fall Lick, rike frcm ? Crab pike to Llmore's gate rf with rock. Sec. No. 7, From Elmore's gate to end of pike with gravel Sec. No. 8, Lowell and Gillispie pike entire pike with gravel. Sec. No. 9, Paint VETERINARIAN.. g Lick White Lick pike, entire road wit Former Director Ai.iMal luanstry Pfiilipjuwg gravel. United States Arm r1- The bids will be on. Sections, but Islands. Office at UpganV Stable. bidder will not be restricted to one sec2. 'DAXMI.LE.KY. tion. Said bids shall be sealed and a TcIeiboi-siaac- l bond will be required for double the amount of the bid, and said bond shall B. be approved by the Fiscal Court and said bidder will present with his bid the name of his proposed surety or Physical) and sureties. The bidding shall be per rod Office Danville, street of 225 cubic feet. The amount'of metal to be used on each" section "will be determined by the ccurftegbids are received. All bids mu-t- e filed with Call and Eee us for a.good County Judge on or before Saturday April 8th 1911. The Fiscaf Court re Hair Cat and Clean Shave. serves the right to reject any and all I Tbe Only Two White Barbers la Town. bids. W. G. y to-w- it: ,N Br. R. L Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. e c x "m i vssgSBo M. iC Denny, . M J. PATRICK, Dentist, Pmt ii-i't- i. ML"VFm.BUR3ETT end Sun V. M Flowers "1 -- , N. Ware McRoberts; Oi-eha- 00 HeftnL Casey, d.v.s. Or. J Kinnaird, Surgein GOOCH, Sai ervisor of roads for Garrard county, See toe UP .. vyi 2foithidti' X Pu'fl.' Squure. Seed oats for sale F. B. Marksfcury. Mrs. J. B. Ruble who has. been quite ill i3 improved at this writing. Miss Margaret Askins and "brother have been visiting in Burgin. ' Mr. and Mrs.E. A. Eason "spent Sun- .M;'. HOUSE. Robinson, COUNTY Jl-- 't J. UWUI . and - ATT01XEY. !UU-tf Ai.! P JfjMU- ! day with relatives at Harrodsburg. U. S. ! Miss Alyce Scott is spending the t week with friends in Harrodsburg. rti n .tv.-- i m Several from here attended the C. E. convention at Burgin Sunday evening Miss Osa Duttery of Flatwocd is visiting her sister Mrs. James Parson. C. M. Scott of Lawrenceburg spent last week with his parents Mr. and ar.U t?ien!iii! Mrs. J. W- - Scott.- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. AldricH of Mays- ville have been visiting the latters sis- dies aDd P-1 "SMt'e ! KM? : 'VOL. i"r.. PU'Wif 194. Lancaster Pressing La-Me- n's -- Dry Cleaning Co r ter Mrs. J. J. Poor. " Garments. - P " - Will make the season of 1911 at my place, 2J miles east of Paint Lick, on Paint Lick Pike. Crestland is a chesnut, coming six, 16 hands. A good flat bone and foot; has finish and action 2nd to no horse in Kentucky. His first colts are coming two years old, and are equal to any horses produce. Show finish, size, color and action. Crktland is by Rex Peavine 1796. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam Powell's Drenon; he by Bnnker's Drenon 1600. Will Serve Mares at General Manager. The C. N. O. & T. P. Railway Co. H. BAKER, ' ? " $30.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. Rev. Morris of Nicholasville filled his regular appointment at Brown's Chapel Sunday morning and evening. We have a large stock of Northern white seed oats. Call and see them. Hudson & Hughes. Miss Florence Christopher president of Buena Vista C. E. society attended the'C.'E. ennvention which was held at Burgin Saturday and Sunday. . w Phone 340 1i.uk! Public 'Square. Second cuabes sold on commission. h. W. Faulkner, JJUqt, 8 h. m ! Oilico Hour 12. 1 p. m. to I. Office ovar S torm w' Drag 8tere. B. F. "Walter. DENTIST. LaacMtK, Kj. I Money due when fact is known or mare parted with. Lien on colt for service fee. Mares bred to another horse or pack without my consent I claim my fee. Mares kept on . grass at 10 cents per day. Gram fed at reasonable rate if desired. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any "occur. ' Come and see this horse before you breed. - W. C, FITZPATRICK, Phone 42 5Bings, P. L. Exchange. -. PAINT LICK; KY. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. 1 lizs Millions Of Friends-Howould you like to number your I have just opened up a new, cJeta friends by millions as" Bucklen's Arnica Salve does? Its astounding cures in the! past forty years made them. Its the best Salve in the world for sores, on Lexington street next to the post ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, office and will be glad to have my cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains, swell friends to call and see me. Clean-Tools- , ings, Druises,- - com sores, lias no Sharp Razors, Close Attendo equal for piles. 25c at R. E. McRoberts &Son. Phone 65. Barber Shop v iVJ JOHN v.--- ,. pUjMCAN. J- - Y"' J -- iTJL A, yr ,.-v' ti & uw &311 '?!