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' ,' v LANCASTER. KY.f FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911. NUMBSRS1. ip .jasssasK The Josep fi Mercantile Company, "n Spring . 1911, 1911. .aBiaMaeaeBeBiiiHeBiiMeaesHeeaeaeM We announce our Spring and Easter display of Authoritative styles in Women's apparel Completeness and Correctness combine to make this exhibit the most important ever held in Lancaster j" Refined Taste, Individuality and Exclusiveness of style are markedly noticeable in our display of Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists, and all the newest dress fabrics. Regarding price, it may be well to add that the woman who wishes to spend a moderate sum will garments. d find just as much exclusiveness and beauty as the woman who wishes the1 highest-price-iBHHMiBBMMHHBHBMBaaIB JMJm iimrrrMrMyi Spring and Easter displays worthy of prominent mentions are GLOVES, HOSIERY, FOOTWEAR, CORSETS, NECKWEAR and every known and fashionable accessory for Womens' fashionable attire. p Satur April 1st . i p zw mm.mum MeraanMgiwwewMMeBawweeejeieieMeMaMewMoTSiis:.Bj.ggxii e t iiaii iii ii hi r iir r nil .. . , , . i eee e we n r PJfcM Tna Joseph Mercantile Ladies' Trading Palace. Millinery Opening. Union Evangelistic Company. v.t-..- Where The Newest is Always Shown First Services. Gets Fine Horse. t Arnoln. His remains were interred in what you are saying and if you hit me, Divorce aid Meaty. bjd horses accustomed to automobile the Lancaster cemetery Wednesday I will eat you" or something to that Evangelistic services will begin Mr. R. S. Brown announces his milli W. B. Burton was in Lexington last pflFppf' AnrJnrcnn tVion at Armor! fmm Vio ! In the case of Kitchen against Kitch- - momintr after funeral ceremonies at ....... lor 75c per day, Let me handle them w., -. .v... w T..J church in Lancaster -w week where he made arrangements to j hind the partition pistol in hand, Guinn l" lue 3 10 tf. nery opening in this issue of the paper. the Methodist for you. W. B. Burton. ". divorce jij the grave by Dr. Green assisted uy vr. pastors and farm "Alley Gregor during the com- otnrrf t rim ,nrf. Anrfor All Mrs. Kitchen Miss Nannie Anderson has returned ! 7tf0 April llth. H- Pcarce and Rev. F. M. Tinder. w WU VMtbW WW uu AAUWWW fi,! tr, Walker grantedmonin Alimony. a and $ou.uu per from the city where she made herself churches and people are fraternally and ing season. Dr. Pearce's Gran hm Dead. The Confederate Veterans of the shots, two of which took effect, one in ' cordially invited to unite in the fellow- Alley Gregor is one of the best promfamiler with all the latest styles. county, his surviving conpanions in Guinn's back severing the spinal colI Stanley Dodd Pearce, ageu. seven ship of the services. Prayer in homes, ises for a trotting horse in the state. Wants To Be Governor. umn and one immediately below the armsr following his remains to their years, "died at the home of" his father, for the meeting, is especially requested By Allerton and out of Pearl McGregor, shoulder blade. Anderson Luther Ray Dead. Judge Ed O'Rear, of. the Kentucky last resting place as honorary pall surrendered Stanley: Dt Pearce, in Kirkwood Mo., The pastors will be assisted by Patrick he has all that breeding can give. Big himself to the sheriff who took him Court of Appeals has announced.. that bearers. Luther Ray died at his home near H. Davis and Granville Lyon of after only a few days illness. Deceasbony, a high stepper, 7 years old with ' into circuit court which was in session he will be in the fight for the ' Republed was a grandson of Dr. E. H. Pearce Bryantsville Sunday after a lingering and Hopkinsville, Kentucky. ' his colts cominc 2 vear olds and already i, and Judge Walker ordered him to jail ican nomination for Governor. He ib QfcCStrfceEifci w ..-..- , .1 pastor .of the Methodist church at this iilness of tuberculosis. His remains Air. Davis is a direct Kinsman ot in training and showing promise of Coroner Farra empaneled a jury who one of the best known Republicans in ' place. interred in the Lancaster ceme- i were Through the efforts of Judge Martin Jefferson Davis. His labor jng great things. viewed the bodv and after hearing the Kentucky, having been one of the lead- tary Monday, the funeral ceremonie be- as an evangelist, has been greatly A. Knapp of the Mediation Board, and Alley Gregory was on the streets evidence of the eye witnesses returned a ers of his party for a number of years. Mr. Barnett Speaks. j ing conducted by the Bryantsville lodge inauguration of the blessed in byways and highways of Monday and drew much attention, be- . .. verdict" that the deceased came to his That he will be a popular candidate for who ever since the . . .. . , Q of Masons, of which he was a member. Kentncky and the South. Mr. Lyon ing the center of admiration of all the A good crowd heard Mr. R. L. Barhorse lovers who saw him. vflfi4-AsA ,olrort IT nett of Paducah Ky. at the court house , Mr. Ray was thirty years of age. A will have leadership of song service. I QT1I111QMT f fcsjr a4iiAiii;vi. lT Ct x&iiudouii si tituui wii.i iiibtigb mm.iiii Vila vuuujuwwj ences between the railroad company wife and three small children survive He will make the season at Mr. BurMonday, who spoke In the interest of On Friday morning Judge Walker ' by prominent republicans all over the Hop Joint In Bad, ton's stable. See ad elsewhere in this empaneled a special grand jury, which state. Judge O'Rear is a lawyer of re- and its employe, s, the strike was dethe farmers union. Owing to the fact him. clared off last Saturday night. paper. county and circuit court was that both indicted Anderson for murder. He .cognized ability, of It has been ascertained that the liHon Harve Helm Here. An agreement was reached and sign in session not as much interest was cense issued by the City Council to was arraigned, but not being ready for j and an orator power and force. The Tankersly Convicted. ed by representatives of the Brothershown in the meeting as would otherHon. Harve Helm was over from Gott & Ross to conduct a soft drink trial, the case was continued until the platform which he announces, and hood of Enginemen and Firemen and wise have been taken. Stanford Tuesday afternoon. He com- - establishment was not transferable, A jury in the circuit court Tuesday next term of the court. The empanel- - j which he can so ably defend will make Horace Baker, general manager of the mends Lancaster people very highly for and Mr. Gott has again taken posses-- : found Quincy Tankersly guilty of ir ing of a special jury and indicting j him a formidable candidate before his road. The agreement in substance it, Keeping Him Busy. wisdom in choosing the Park as sion of the place, Mr. J. P. Prather j untary manslaughter, and under the Anderson at once will expedite the trial party. the strike is to be declared off. the new indeterminate sentence law, which and permit of his being tried at the There being two weeks interval between the site for the Government building retiring. strikers are to be reinstated, without Mr. Josepii H. Arnold. the closing of the Garrard Circuit Court and says that it will be the means of , On Tuesday night the council met j was explained in the Record last week, next term of court prejudice to their rights within fifteen - and issued and had served'on Gott & he u g0 to the penetentiary for from and the opening of the Boyle Circuit securing us at least $25,000 more as ap- The fast thinning rank of the gallant days, except that any fireman known to The Aid Society of the Baptist ChurRoss a notice citing them to appear on 0 to twenty one years. As Judge Court, Governor Willson has appointed propriation for the building. Mr. Helm leaves Sunday for Washington to be next Monday night and show cause, if Walker was engaged for the prosecu- - ch will have their annual flower sale at heroes who "wore the gray" have have committed any act of violence Judge Walker special Judge of the again been depleted by the passing of shall not be negro fireman C. D. Powells old stand, April 15th. Greene county Circuit Court to preside present at the extra session of con- j they could, why their license should tion, Judge Fryer of Cynthiana presidone more of its members who has join- not to be employed north of Oakdale, not be revoked. gress. ed as special judge. Messrs J. E. Robin the case of John W. Lewis against ed the silent majority. provided competent white men can be The place was closed county oourt inson, Chas Hardin and Judge Walker Greene county, the local Circuit judge Mr. Jaseph H. Arnold died Tuesday secured; the percentage of negro fireCourt Over. day and the following Tuesday and we conducted the prosecution, and Messrs Morgan Chinn Announces. being for some reason disqualified to afternoon at his home on Danville men in the service on January 1, 1911 are informed it will not for Williams and Hamilton defended Tank Circuit court ended Wednesday and street preside in the case. Judge Walker left Morgan Chinn of Frankfort has an- the present at least. after a long illness. He had long not to be increased; negro firemen not ersly. The crime for which Tankersly Judge Fryer, who has been acting specfor Greensburg Wednesday. nounced his candidacy for the nominaThe special grand jury empanelled by was convicted was the killing of his ial judge this week to hear the cases in been a sufferer from rheumatism and to be. assigned to more than one half tion for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. Judge Walker last week returned sevother ailments to which nearly every the passenger runs, or more than one Sale Of City Property. Mr. Chinn though a young man has eral indictments against the place, cousin, James Ross in the Flatwood which Judge Walker was interested as old soldier is subject, He rallied last half the preferred freight run3 and -. section on July 17, 1910. Tankersly, attorney, returned to his home in CyHughes & Swinebroad, the real estate long been connected with democratic arising out of the killing of Ben Guinn Ross and several others had been drink- nthiana. Commonwealth's attorney, week and his condition showed marked that any question that shall arise as to men, sold for Dr. J. B. Kinnaird his politics in Kentucky, and is well ac- by Oz Anderson which took place in ing beer and afterward became engag- Chas. A. Hardin returned to his home improvement, but it was not for long, the application of the agreement shall a change soon came and he grew rapid- be referred to Judge Knapp, and his property on the corner of Buford and quainted throughout the state. He is that establishment. ed in a crap game, A dispute arose in Harrodsburg, Tuesday, after the ly the author- of the famous "Chinn worse until the end came. ' ' ruling in the matter shall be final. Ca npbell treets, consisting of the lot over a dime and hot words were follow- Tankersly trial was over. School Book" bill, and has served one Big Circus. Mr. 'Arnold enlisted in the ConfederThe strike, while not being a lengthy anl residence and poultry yard for ed by drawn weapons. term in the office to which he now ate army at the outbreak of the Civil one has been a very expepsive one. It Your visit to the mighty Haag shows i Ross was shot twice and died at the This sale was made to Noah In Grave Danger War, going with Gen. N. B. Forrest's has seriously crippled the traffic and at Lancaster afternoon and evening, i Marsee for his White Mar- ' He wm. make an.aCUVe Person.ai c.an- - April llth will not be complete without Lancaster hospital on the following Tna letter to postmaster West, Sena-- - command, he was afterward'transferr-e- d curtailed the revenue of the railroad," it see who will take possession January Monday as a result of his wounds. fron now until to Gen. John Morgan's regiment; has caused the" fireman, men whose encounttor tells of the great-dange-r 1st 1912 and become one of our Citiz- - vass of the stateWl!1 doubtless be after a tour of the colossal canvas equerry, the Pn,Tiary and able even though you are not a over and ered on his trip to the Panama Canal. where he served until the close of the families depend upon their labor for ens. We are always glad to welcome Oz Anderson Kills Ben Guinn, The Steamship Colon, having on board war. their support, to lose much valuable men like Mr. Marsee to our City and ? g,'v a sood account of himself when admire,. of blooded stock, it is claimed "- LUU"lcu' He was one of the bravest of the time, and last but not least, it has causyou will find an hour of genuine pleas On last Thursday afternoon about Senator Bra ley and his daughter Mrs. bespeak for him success in the poultry ure and much to interest' you inspect- four thirty o'clock in the soft drink es- South, Mrs. Graham VreelandVMr. and brave that fought long aud valiantly ed great inconvenience and loss to the business. Bridges Chosen. ing the droves of horses and D'mies. tablishment near the depot Oz Ander- Mrs. John W. Langley and several for. the lost cause, giving up the struggle- towns and industries along the route. At a meeting of the Board of Educa- -' For the last year agents have been in son, a young farmer of the southern other distinguished iventuekians, on -only - The Q & C traverses a territory that with Lee's surrender. Tke Toils. la tion held last Saturday Superintendent the different parts of the world making part of the county, shot and almost their way down the Atlantic coast, "Uncle Joe" Arnold, a3 he was is almost wholly dependent upon it for Mabel Watkins and Agnes Faulkner, D. W. Bridges,. of the Lancaster Grad-- . purchases for this department, with a "instantly killed Ben Guinn a local color- encounted a severe storm off Cape Hat-ter- known by every one was one of Gar- its supplies, for instance such towns as , .. mention of whose arrest was made in ed Schools, was chosen to the, and were blown sixty miles out of rard county's most dearly beloved men. Burnside, Somerset, and many others, result that today the Mighty Haag ed man who was the enginner at the last weeks issue, were fined $100. each of the Richmond Schools, shows possess one of the largest;, most laundry, their course. They experienced two Upright, honest cherishing no animosi- who if the strike had continued would for selling whiskey by Judge Harris. to succeed Supt. Coats. Supt. Bridges varied and costly collection of represenBoth men had been drinking and a days of exceedingly rough weather. ty against his fellow men he was a have not only suffered the financial loss A few doses like this will suffice to will take charge of his new duties here tative members of the equine family few minutes previous to the shooting They reached Panama without serious cheerful and agreeable '.companion, al- from the paraTyzation of their indusbreak up this traffic which seems again the first of September, and from all which wealth can procure, and if is Anderson .entered the soft drjnk estab- injury to any. of the party, but the ways entertaining with a fund of an- - tries, but stood a good chance to experto be endeavoring to rear its head in appearances tnere is no man in the doubtful if anywhere near the like has lishment and ran against Guinn, this Senator was braised by several falls to ecdote of war times, his. companionship ience a fcod fawine, Vkoee only relief Lancaster. state better qualified for the position. ever T)een exhibited before. Certainly incensed Guinn and they had a" few the deck .while assiatincr the ladies was sought by all. He was a kind would have beea tferoegh .the primitive Marshal Herron has his eye on He is a noted educator and broueht never bv anv traveliner shows. etiMd of wagon train. words at that time. Both however, Mrs. Vreefand lost all her clothes, they father and husband a consistent christother parties who he thinks have many strong testimonials before the Ladies and children are particularly left the place, but returned later and being ruined by water, and sheex-perience- d ian. Mr. Arnold was in his 74th year. been bootlegging, and if the fate, of Board. Tne new Superintendent is a' invited to visit this horse fair, which at different times, Anderson went bequife.a nervous shock. Late He had long been a faithful member See the silver cup ki Logaa's wtedew I whidris to be gives away to these two offenders does not jcare them native of Tennessee, but has been at all may safely do without escort,. 54is hind a partition aud was talking- to Mr. tidings roi4:&en,say that all the party of the Methodist church the test in to a discontinuance 6f their business,-- 'the head .of the Lancaster schools ;"for uniformed and courteous attendants W. H. Hughes, and was saying Vome-thi- are'in excellent-healt- h Besides his wife he is survived by Garrard county dec entered and are exper tie dec ' about' the trouble, Guinn" over- iencingWbid results from their rough rfour children, Miseer Virginia aad Nell show at LexkOB. Hatty Met it will be only a matter of time" wlieiOthe past four years. Richmond Regis- - are always present, to look after t$e " 'teV ' they will suffer the same fate.-- ' .. L heard' the remarks and said "I hear JAraeld aad Meiers Ralph and Jaaseei Made before Aprif4tk. of ealWs. I will break your colts or get your -- -- -.. WW -- . ..... 1i. ' .... I Rus-sellvil- le ( wwlir"c-rn- - ,lt-- into-flt"- jj r, spotless-characte- I vol-the- I re-op- en - O- son-in-la- w "" . as f - ng -- iz Jr- - llfar r is- ji. -- il 1 . V SJ.' - H ts r i 4, .? " t .tir r V " ft?'' -- r - W"t SfT. W'. c rfSft-S-i - - -- i -- -- cupy the place of Mr. Clark, leader of the minority. To IT i sknr, distressed Mexico jmd embarrass Presim . dent Diaz, his entire cabinet resigned.' However, with the nerve for which he is famous he at once started about the formation of a new cabinet. The portWhen Perkson let himself into the folio of Minister of Foreign Relations house that evening after having rewas tendered to Senor de la Barra, mained slightly longer than usual afc Ambassador to the United States, who the office he sniffed the air and deaccepted. tected a number of things. First there was anger. Then there was fear and On last Saturdaynear Oscilla Ga. the grief, blended. In addition there was "Dixie Flyer, a fast train on the A. C. sympathy. L. R. R. went through a trestle over Perkson may perhaps have sus the Alapaha river. Eight persons were pected the presence of anger from tho killed outright and twenty two more manner of Mrs. Perkson's greeting, injured. Among the killed was 0. F. and the stern expression of her face. The fear and grief may have been de&$$& Baumwart of Henderson Ky. duced from the manner of little Garrle, who crept to his Bide Hon. Leslie Ccmbs, who was sucand- in and fondled one of his hands in a ceeded as Minister to Peru by Hon. H. and tearful manner Clay Howard, and who returned to until he swung her up and kissed her. Lexington last week, announces that iiiu sjiujiiiu may nuve suuwu m iuu he will not again be in politics but will actions and expression of .Tosie, who kept close to her older Bilive on his blue grass farm, "Bel-air- " ster's side and gave her a loving CT3K corrnwar r near Lexington. ct i.r. Nttctfteok squeeze at every opportunity. Altogether it seemed a very sad and dls The trustees of the Louisville Y. M. trait household. C. A. have purchased three lots at Perkson tried to chase the baby be Third and Broadway upon which to hind a chair; but It would not chase. gold, erect the new Y. M. C. A. building. It just stood and looked at him. Ha The price paid for the lots was $151,000. buried his chin beneath Josie's ear and mumbled in her neck in the loving has just received a fashion peculiar to parents, and which President Taft message from the Emporor of Japan in never before had failed to throw her 3 spasms of laughter, but she took which he reiterates the friendly feel- into mumbling In Ho the bored silence. ing of Japan toward the United States grasped Carrie and turning her upside custom-tailor- ed and brands all war rumors as false and down, made her kick the curtain pole wie'eed. above the double door. It produced never a struggle or a giggle from Car11 rie. He fired a bunch of jokes at Mrs. School Notes. Perkson and she merely looked at , end- - him. The Honor Roll for the month Perkson, discouraged, retired to hia ing March 24, is as fellows: den. When the dinner bell rang ha rea-so- n Twelfth Grade-Hol- bert Dip your sheep for Scabe and get a better price foe Bastin. came out and took his place at tho taEleventh Grade John McRoberts, ble, wearing his sealskin cap, his them. We have the Tank and Dios. Charles Dunn. his overcoat, his galoshes, his Tenth Grade Frank Tinder, Maggie mittens and his neckscarf. Brown, Mattie Adams, Charlie Doty, "Have you got a chill?" asked Mrs. rfc Kate Holtzclaw, Lillie Mae Sutton. Perkson. 81 V. Ninth Grade Robert Arnold, Beu'ah "That's what I've got,' replied PerkJfciMl 3 :i Cotton, Emma Walker, Lucian Grant, son. "I never knew it to be so frosty 3 3 Largest tailors in the world of before at this time of year." Then Elizabeth Collier, Marie Ballard, Mary GOOD clothes Perkson, having made his point, piled Holtzclaw. & v Grade Stella Sanders, Elma his winter clothing on a chair and Eighth Singleton, Jennie Cox, Viola Tribble, reseated himself at the table. "Joseph, you have got to give CarorSeventh Grade Mae Powell, Florence rie a good whipping," said Mrs. Perkjjft Johnscn, CaI tl Arnold. son. "I have told her that you would, Sixth Grade Katherine Bourne, Fay and you must." Acton, Joe West, Bert Embry. Perkson jumped up from the table Fifth Grade Will Rice Amon, Geor- and went to the basement, returning gia Moss, Charlie Elmore, Sallie Cox, presently with a club five feet long Nellie Cox, Annie Powell, Lucy Pollard, and about three inches in diameter. a long time for even as Alice Rigney, Mary Wood, Vanetta "Now," said he, "tell me what it i about." Spoonamore, Harry Brown. good lumber as ours. You "She is so careless that she doesn't Fourth Grade Val Cook, James Siler can whistle forever and Christine Sanders, Gladys Frisbie, John pay the least attention to what she is gave Harvey Estes, AI hrjd Beazley, Annie about. I to go her 50 cents today and to the market and get told her get no better. There isn't one-tir- d Laura Reid, James Tinder, Mary Ows- a steak for dinner, and what do you ley, Merlyn Walker, Wilma Henry, suppose she did?" any. "We stay on top in one-n- aif Robert Brown, Florence Acton, Mary "How many guesses may I have?" the lumber business jubt Lee Loar, Ruth Carrier, "Nov, don't bo silly; this Is a seri' Third C rade Carrie Bell Romans, ous matter." Mary Davis, Bernice Champ, Bowman "Well, then, I seriously guess that because of the superiority of our btaiLS, boards, uibeis, Grant, George Swinebroad Coleman she squandered a nickel, a half dime, Arnold, Clayton Morrow, Margaret the twentieth part of a dollar, for etc. Ask any builder if it p3s to buj tl-- best lumber. Cook, Pearl Dickcrson. Clay Miller, candy." "No, she didn't. She laid the His answer should make jou our customer. Louise Lynn, Joe Ballou, Hudson Frisdown on the sidewalk while she bie, Willie Christine Sanders, Minnie buttoned the strap to her slipper, and May Robinson, Wesley Dickerson. then she went along to the market, president and Mr. F. B. Marksbury as which more than overbalances 'the Second Grade Mary Brown, Thelma secretary, and are now actively engag- quiltude of trade during the few days Hamilton, Lilian Estes, Sue Fisher Res and when she went back to look for it it was gone! I never heard of such ed in making preparation for .the "Big it is in progress. INCORPORATED. pes, Stella Henry, Virginia Beazley, carelessness." gest and best exhibition Garrard The hotels, restaurants, and places Martha Ward Sweeney, Mitchell Tinder "That was awful!" 5L0O a year. Issued Weekly. county has ever witnessed. of amusements reap their part of the William Embry. "Are you going to whip her?" Heretofore Garrard county has rank- benefits while the fair is in progress; "I am going to break her to pieces! First Grade Joe Cable Ramsey, Ida GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. ed up with the best fairs in the state, people and stock must be housed and Grrr!" May Baierline, Ed Oaks, Christine ; ' HI WjnfWlLIIHCTHM! and the gentlemen behind the present fed, and the crowd must be amused. Brown, Stella Brown, Lucile Ballou, "Now, don't try to be funny. ChilEntered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., venture So it is that all reap their benefit, dir must be taught to keep their wits are determined that it shall Mai) Matter. s Second-Clas- s Eugene Cochran, Elisha Carrier, dren about them. Such carelessness is Innot "fall below the standard this .year. ectly or indirectly. Hamilton Cox, Laverne Dickerson, excusable." The social features of the county Margaret Lynnn,. Ida Murphey, ElizaThe grounds will undergo many imMember Kentucky Press Association "I know it. I have got to deal out provements, will be placed in first class fair is another argument in its favor. beth Middleton, Eugenia Moss, Bettie aud OF LAiNCASTER. several whippings tonight, though condition, and eveiy thing possible done It is a rendezvous for all the friends in Respes, Walker Robinson, Russell Eighth District Publishers League. sort of clean up the slate, you know." to assure the success of the 1911 ex- the adjoining counties, where they IsabellaTerrill. "What are you talking about?" Capita! hibition. meet and talk over the happenings of Primer Grade Ruth Austin, Saria "Well, I remember that a few weeks 1911. Lancaster, A fair, in order to be a success must the past year, financial and as regards ' Bland Mattie Lee Cox, Henry Cox, ago a grown-ugirl went into a de- A. R. DENNY, President. have tne of the citizens, all the stock and farm products of their j Eugenia Dunlap, Judith Daniels, John partment store, and after looking ati J. E. STORMES, Vico Fres't. some out leaving a five--j Rates For Political Announcements they must feel and exhibit an interest several communities. netta i? arra, Francis Grant, Timothy dollar goods, went containing $10 in i hand-bnS. C. DENNY, Cashier. in it. Your attendence is not the only Where to the mellow strains of aV,;., , jj,n h.iwMpii. , rwil Hpnrv. .. J, For Precinct and City Offiees . . . .$ 5.0G essential thing to its success, talk it, spienaia Dana ot music, the elite of George Lawson, ReoAah Siler, John money lying on the counter. Because : J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. r. R. T. Emery, .: of the clerk's honesty, the purse and 10.00 boost it, write to your friends at a disFor County Offices Central Kentucky while away a few Tinder, ntis Embry, Helen Its contents were recovered, and th ForStte and District Offices.,.. 15.00 tance about it, prepare' your stock for hours of pure enjoyment, arid go to William Gulley. woman has never had a whipping for 10 it, and last but not least, come to it. Safety Deposit Boxes For Ren For Calls, per line, ., their several homes with a keen anticithat" 10 For Cards, per 'line One deplorable thing about our home pation of another trip to Lancaster " "Well, that WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS For all publications in the inter-e- st fairs is the few premiums awarded to next year to the fair. "Another time, not so very long of individuals or, exprescounty people; this is attributable to ago, a grown-ugirl called at a, Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. sion of individual views, per friend's house and see how similar' the lack of home exhibitors. You deIt seems that while we were holding Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. 10 pend on people from Kne this is to the tale of the f other counties to up our hands in holy horror at the ISBBMBBM rfcS3KEt "JKBro7 Kgppgr rsf..!. ;w. irTszririxsfmef-ys 05 bring in stock to fill Obituaries, per line her shoe coming untied just as she I the rings. This is vote selling probe in Adams county, was starting for home, she put her something that can be easily remedied. Ohio, that we were occupying the po purso on the steps while she tied her Begin now, get some of your stock sition of, the proverlial person who shoe. Then she went howe, leaving ANNOUNCEMENTS ready for it. Perhaps you have a nice dwelt in a glass house. It now devel her purse behind. Later on she accolt, which with a little handling might ops that we have a similar troulle cused her loving husband of having prove the winner of the blue tie. There close at home. At Prestonsburg in D$oeratic Ticket hidden her purse for a joke. That grown-ugirl has never been whipped is no harm in trying. If you are beat- Floyd county 210 indictments have al- FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. for It." en, you will have brought your stock ready been found, and still there are Host. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. The Perksons sat toying with their before the eyes of the public and per- more to follow. It is alleged that the food for a few moments In silence'. haps secured a better sale for it. custom has been in vogue there for "We'l," said Perkson, jumping to fclatwe. ftrTbe A fair is an advantage to a commun- years until it has become common and N his feet. "I'll have to get it over ity from a general financial point of little thought of, but since the investiwith." .We are. authorized to announce J. A. view. It keeps a great 'deal of money gation has been set afoot, many of the "Whip me first, Joseph," said Mrs. Doty ,as a candidate for the Leglsla--tur- at home. The people df Kentucky are citizens are leaving the county, manv Perkson, with tears in her eyes as she subject to the action of the Dem- a fair going people, lovers of the horse, of them men of prominence, to avoid came out and put her arms about and if they cannot get a chance to see the disgrace and notoriety. his neck. "I feel that I have been ocratic party. very and thoughtless an exhibition at home, they will go I ought to be' H and and cruel. elsewhere. This of courae means the They never need repairs, never need any attention izt fact except an p A disaster accompanied by the greatFw Tfee Legislature. whipped." " adezpenditute of many dollars in an f .It occasional coat of paint. They're Fireproof Stormproof and ouitahla loss of life since the burning to the est Barksdalc Hamlett. "No one ought to be whipped," rejoining county. In the years agone' waters edge of the General Slocum in for ell lands of buildings. Tor furiher detailed information apply to ' We are authorized to announce John when Garrard had no Prof. Barksdale Hamlett of Christian plied Perkson. "I would not bruise exhibition, the Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, as a candidate for the Legisla- amount spent by our citizens annually 1904 accurred in New York last Satur- connty has announced his candidacy for one of my babies for all the .M.Farra minted, and you ture, subject to the action of the Dem- in visiting exhibitions in adjoining coun- day when a ten story building occupied Superintendent of Public Instructions, knew that were everyou wouldn't have I wouldn't or by the Triangle Waist Co. was gutted ocratic party. - L; - r&vsJv!rir!Ti fTTTWWBBFET"ac! ties ran well up into the thousands. by fire. One hundred and forty eight subject to the action of the Democrat- told me to." .&H xt. ic party. Of late years during the life of the old persons lo3t their lives, some "I I guess you know me better than burned to Professor Hamlet is well and favor- I know myself," said Mrs. Perkson, Garrard County Fair Association, the death, some smothered and others were Garrari Owtfy Fair. ably known all over the state and has with a little catch in her throat. bulk of this money wss kept at home. dashed to death on the pavement when many warm friends who are lending this It is to be hoped that we may never they jumped to the Garrard county is to have-aiai- r i as rr h to do v kh firemen's nets, him their - year. The same old dates have been miss another year, that we shall have a assistance. He is SuperintendA. coVege education Is the beginwhich were inadequate for the occas- ia'h re rS c u sod .28th, reserved, July fair each and every year. ion. Nine tenths of the dead were ent of the Public Schools of Hopkins-vill- e, ning of many a brilliant success and :hes r.fi . . our for-and is one of the leading educa- .ai.ure. "The Fair" Is the one gale event of Another financial advantage is the women and girls, inhabitants of New year, looked forward- to by ur crowd which the fair brings to town, Yorks East side, who were employed in tors, of western Kentucky. une's half made. If f-- ..the LADIES. 2 Professor Hamlett was in Lancaster - people, as a few daysbf recreation, as from which themerchants reap a boun- the waist factory. ou ould see the names can promise you a clear, clean last week presenting his claims to the We . a relaxation of the years, toils, and a tiful trade. It is true that the fair if depositors in our time for everybody to gather in town gojng crowd is not a money .spending ; On next Thursday April 4th Congress people for the office to which he aspir- - skin and a beautiful complexion if you books a large proporuse ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP according crowd in so far as the general merch- will meetin extra session to deliberate es. i and have, a gpod'time. to directions. tion feminine ones The charter of the old .association has ants-trade is concerned, immediately upon .the Canadian Reciprocity AgreeZEMO is a skin beautifier and a very- - during the fair, but they must "get ment, expired, and for a firoe it .looked you'd see the key that at - least that is the purpose of i'7 scientific preparation for the treatment much W if we yens not to have a fair eady',the Eirls as well as the children thexalling of-- n ki' " opens the door of con extra session, and it of eczema, pimples, dandruff and all this year, r but a few public spirited must have new clothes for the occasion. is hardly probable that other matters diseases of the skin and scalp. ZEMO. tentment in old age. Big reason in this,fact. We permit B went .quietly to work, feeling even the head of the house and "the wilhbe dealt with. citizens SOAP is the nicest, best lathering antithe opening of an acconnt with as small a sum as $1.00 the,pufee pf the.people, seeing if they boys" must have new clothes,- must Caamp Clark ofiMissouria, a Demo"wanted 4t Tney.have now iuiiy con- - lookr well on this occasion. 'This cre crat will succeed "Uncle Joe" Cannon Royal blood and splendid individuality. septic soap you ever used for toilet or which when added in small amounts, will not" onlv .t YmTA9' lliAiv tniMoMcrAtifUi .fliu) nova . bath. ates Fall boars and gilts for sale. forwveraLmtatha as bpeaker of the House, and it is I surprise you but greatly oblige The Garrard Bank &.TrustC6 I Sold by druggests everywnere and in , Organized witn'jKr.'W.'B. Burton ae ! immediately preceding the occasion, j highly probable that the lateer will oc- J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & Son. wmMtmammmmmmmmmmmmmBMsamammm further complicate the affairs of f f ... Punishment wl W wh W J MVV C1-A m t-i- ri of the Best Quality ri csee D PurE StocK Potatoes. f f 1 Davidson & VValke Call nine-year-o- ld t&fezm&mm&smrig see something new the half-frightene-d way of a five-year-o- 'VXT'E don't give dollars for sixty cents, tut we do deliver greater value in clothes than you get m tke average tailor shop. Tne is, we represent Cora Planter over twenty sold last season. This is the tirr.e of year our $i,cck NEEDS VITIUTY, Solvet gives it to thern. ear-muff- s, Ed. Price & er Co. J fjf made-to-ord- I L wnose immense ganization produces at an ordinary price the kind of tailoring for wliicn smaller shops have to ask I l(lftft"r bsi m JU RgniinT a tPU aiVVjWSJBaBfS?rSi-gt-- - rtJ&ftsiXi You'll Have To WHISTLE . to I more. H. T. LOGAN, Oft-- ft f (S c Lancaster, Ky. half-doll- ar TheCentaal Record Lancaster Lumber lft88S t&jJSV&J j-- -- THE NATIONAL $50,000. S San-for- d, Surplus 25,000. 1, p g W. Book-Xeepe- p half-doll- ar p e, -- hard-hearte- d -- (- - half-dolla- rs - Your Wife 1 -- 26-27 - Oakdale Herd of Registered orecs :,9rKc90(Ai DpKi!' tof-eve- n - t .&ISr- - - .?. t-- : t . . i AJlkSBUKX. Mr. J. C Williams has purchased a new automobile. D. P. Ranking sold to Brown and Lawson 24 hogs at 6i cents. Masu. Ij'--c Evans is improving who . has be.. . witn appendicitis. Ivirs. liogaii bunc entertained a lew of her xneuud at dinner ounday. J. P. ttuole bought of J. I. Hamilton 100 barrels 01 corn at pen lor $2.25 R. M. Kopinson Dougnt 50 barrels of M00D3. "Alas'.' he cried In deep" despair, "Fate ever bars my way; I meet with failure everywhere. Endeavor as I may; Tho world is cold, my hopes are dead, My efforts all are vain: I've learned all sorrows life can teach, Vnd never more In triumph reach The goal I've sought to gain." Upon the morrow he arose Determined to succeed: He did no't whine about his woes. His heart was glad. Indeed: Within his breast there was no room For real or fancied Ills; NOTICE Bids will be received by Fiscal Court of Garrard county, for repairing the following. - THE - " Bids Wanted. Louisville Times TURNPIKE ROADS IN GARRARD II. FOR 191 1 corn from W. Mr. i, Ammna $t.iv dtljYer-- 4 re- Trumbe and wife who made a trip to arid and Winchester have turned. OF 1 Mrs. Clevaland Rose of Richmond hss been visiting her mother Mrs. belle PerKins. Mr. T. E. Adams of Sharpsburg has been spending several days witn the homeloiKS. COUNTY KENTUCKY, for the year ending December 30th,1911 Quarries will furniahed by tha Hlfl goal was nrisht that had been ton. county n section where county owns Because hte tWflo hnd given him A dose of liver pills. quarries; where none is owned by S. E. KIser, In Chicago county, contractor must furnish same. The regular price of The LouisSaid metal shall be broken sufficiently fine to pass through a two inch ring at ville Times is $5.00 a year, if you SOMETHING WRONG. its greatest diameter. Said metal shall be spread by contractor between will send your order to us, you can October 14th And December 30th, 1911, Brighter, Better, Bigger Than Ever. Reoord-Her-al- d. 00 head of Horses, Cattle, Hogs! Mrs. John Bryant was hostess at dinner Sunday in nonor 01 Kev. Gadby 01 Wumure. Mr. James Cox of Lancaster has just conciudea a weeKs visit to Mr. O. n. unless otherwise ordered by Supervisor having charge of work, and the breaking, measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision of get The jfoindexter. supervisor or deputy supervisor of district for which the work is done. Said turnpike roads are laid off as follows, to-w- it: Central Record And The At Public Auction at My Farm In Buena Vista, Garrard County, Ky., on nUREMJM. PA 1 6-year- sn 5-y- ear olci lueauam Rod and Alfred Swope have returned nom a visit, lu iuxs. Kin Moss oi lNienuiasvine. Miss Lilaan Leavel entertained anu ounday at ner nome Kev. She I do not think they are happily neuuruu uator oi iriea&ant drove married. cnurch. He Why not? Mr. G. C. Lamb ol tort Castle S. C She Why, she's wearing the same woo naa cwo muntiis luriough is benu-.n- g hat she had before the wedding! a pare oi trie time wiui mr. Ueurge Sat-uroay f urd. Elliot and Dunlap performed a very buccea&iui operation on Mr. Joe nuiciiiiibOii who it ib bam 10 oe doing mceiy at ims time. Annie tianKs was the recipient of a new testament lor oeingtue mobt regular atieiiudiit oi ner ounday ocnool According to the Papers. Listen to the tinkle Of my little verse; Nothing ever happens To a homely nurse. -- Beginning Promptly at Sell to the highest bidder 100 head of Horses f Cattle and Hogs, as described: One good Harness good old Harness Mare; Work Mule, 16 hands Mare: i good Filiy; extra nice 2 high; extra mce standard-bre- d and Sorrel Gelding, year-ol- d animals are." here a few da about burrs, teacher?" ol tne lamily registered in the American Saddle Horse and ot uie small passed the evergreen iur. mer the country. it tuougiit Sorrel Stallion ing BreeJers Association; rignt This to tne literary at the Hillci est, cam Lauia S. This is a very Colt, sire swiftest traveler the planets, naa tauie through the ot tne per young silo, ttir.g a colt of great style lainny. to otnertnemeinoerstueii her Egbert space atbetterrate promising ot guests have year that care. the time oi tne saiau were auected and action; 13 head of 125 pound Stock Hogs; 8 manner, tne uoctor administering mercury an nrougut teem airignt again. head ot 80 pound Shock: Shoats; 6 head of 70 emetic Putting RHLU1VIAT16M celebrating the The banker 8 head of 100 pound Stock pound Stock Shoats; niversary birth. queried a friend, the 30 are Shoats; extra good Sow and O.pigs 6 weeks old the answered joints banker. through the Duroc Sow and 5 pigs; 5 as good Brood Sow as ently ingredients, withitpure rise rejoined his "I botanical par." a FREE there is in Garrard county, due to farrow about If haveTREATMENTsciatica or pains, The What is the happiest the pains April; Po. and China Ecar; 10th to 15th of ment married or shoulder aching a throws his extra good Jersey Cow, fresh; 5 year-ol- joints or thm or skinhave skin tures Whenwife's relatives the use the and it pale; itches photographs his instead. high-grashilting high burns; gout, pains; breath; Shorthorn Cow; Botanic Cow and Calf every grade Shorthorn Cow; rich, by n jr side 6 weeks o d; Jersey Heif- apure tinglingjoints, of warm, uirect to the paralyzed giving warmth strength just where it er, will be fresh by day of sale; old Jersey this way making a perfect, its forms ing cure of Rheumatism Heifer, will be fresh by April 15th; 2 good yearling a. has thousands of cure of rneumatism after other failed liniments Shorthorn Heifers; 6 extra good "all red" Heifer or cure, Druggists, or haveexpress, to Calves, 10 months old; 7 extra good high grade tjer large bottle, with directions for cure. sent free Atlanta, ing Jersey Heifers, 10 months old; 4 year old Jersey your trouble free Frisbie. P. Cow, will be fresh in May; new 10 Disc Kentucky Ray has been very Grain Drill; good Deering Ideal Binder, in good Ray was "Who's the little visitors here last week. nonentity with the spectacles?" repair; good as new 2 horse Corn Planter and J. Sanders bought a from he's the Incomparable the Sanders for Order Unsurpassables." Check Rower; 2 two horse wagons; lot of Gear, Sanders and were recently. visitors Jersey bought of Judge Norman Bridles and Farming Tools, I Cultivator. hog for Ford 10 o'clock a. m., 6-year- -olu 1 2-t&i-- oiG 1 1 How It Was. Brother Lobstock How did yo' all got yo' nose busted? ciabS lor me past year. Brother Tump I done slipped down mrs. Hubert iiaKer and grand daugh-te- i an' plumb lit on my back. Brother Lobstock But, name o' Atoie oi mercer county are viaii-m- g goodness, sab, yo' nose isn't located uie lainuies oi MeaSi'd o. it. on yo back. anu in .undersoil. Brother Tump No, sah; an' needer mi. XNoan Warcee entertained Rev. was Brudder Wack. Puck. uin-niuanaa oi oeiucu lenn oaiuiday at who was un nia way to pleach lor Again the Exception. uie ail. iieorun congiegation. The school teacher was trying to iurs. Waitver ijurnaiae and littie between ouiigiiier Augusta jane oi nicmnui.d illustrate the difference plants and animals. naa- leturneuiter several u ayu may at "Plants," she explained, "are not uie nome oi ner iatner Mr. 15. f. fat-to- n. susceptible of attachment to man as oin-ueAk- er ei - 2-year- -old s ago Tne news came "How piped suuuen nliiesa oi a boy who had sumLa. D. JP. Wiifeiicot in oy eatwnich was cauaeu la Wiiu cmcKeti aaiad. Mrs. Vv Coming Way. uiniier wad noaiesa Bacon You know Mercury, ciuo wnen sue waa iaKen suddenly in among anu leave moves of 30 nuaoand and miles second. Well, you'd who a A numDer This is of in iin.e comes down. Yonkers Statesoy man. par-too- n. 1 1 1 I 1 5-year- -old 1 d de 1 3-yeBr- -cld 1 4-year- -old I 2-year- -old 1 2-y- ear It Neatly. anwas Cured by the Marvel of the Ceutury.B.B.B. of his way," "By Years. 'tested tor you?" "how old "Seventy-seven,- " Aching bones, swollen permanblood cured "Well," hope friend, To prove we you'll to win send you SAMJeLri you bone Best. moWillis up and down shooting leg, of life? blades, swollen back picman Glllls swollen muscles, difficulty in of ojit of crut-cne- s; around so you to moving family album up with fills uiood baby of bad and Puck. lumbago, Blood taKe .riaim (&. is. &.) wlucn will remove WHAT'S IN A NAME? sympton, because B. B. B. sends flood rich blood nerves, bones and and is needed, lastand in in all B. B. made all medicines, and doctors 1 by bids. uome Sample Blood Balm Co., and cribe vice given. Sold by F. Ml 1 by writGa. Desmedical ad- 1 1 Mrs. Blanch Mr. Edd Dickerson and Cleo sick. I 1 r. Sale Will Take place Rain or Shine on Wednes- n o" Aov Arril Sln " ,"-w-j- r ? -jf DINNER FOR ALL. Terms--- 5 H . fl f Months Credit Yours for Business, horse I. Clyde $165. children Mrs. Cora in Madison Mr. Grow A. D. one $15.00. Mrs. Lucy Martin of Lexington visited Mrs. Nan Moberly last week. Mr. Curt Fothergill and family were the guest of Mrs. Mary Sanders. Mrs. Mary Preston and daughter visited her mother of Pink last week. Misses Gertude McQuery and Flora Wiley were visitors in Lancaster last week. , Mr. Burnam West of Lancaster was Generally. the guest of Mr. Clide Sanders last "Pa, what's a society bud?" Sunday. "Generally she seems to be a blosMrs. Mattie Duncan of Burgin has som who Is trying to crawl up out been visiting her mother Mrs. Mary A. or ner cioiues.r The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon W. G. GOOCH, Supervisor of roads for Garrard county. our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Enterprising Storekeeper. There Is a double sign in front of Jno M Farra Sqnire R Parsons a store In a New York cross street W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price that extends to a Jersey ferry that Ip E F Herring W A Price intended to catch trade coming and W S Embry S L Rich going. On the west side of the sign Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin are these words: "Stop In and Get Our J W Sweeney Goods and Leave Them Until You Are Dave Thompson Z T Rice Jas Sutton on Your Way Home." On the east side Illustri- of the sign Is this injunction: "Don't Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels "Oh, ous Noble Grand Magnificent of Forget to Come In and Gat the Goods D B Anderson H C Arnold of Supreme You Bought This Morning." W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, G Y Conn L H Brown Verse. T W Conn J G Conn Retain Cheerfulness. To Inspect only dairy milk Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. Hold fast to your happy Impres- J G Clark of blindness, Is little short Dr. W Burnett sions. Life Is full of mischance; but Mrs Maggie Boulden most adulterated sort For the W K Leavell Is the milk of human kindness. if you are tactful you can escape many C G Gay John Boian shoals and the gloom that follows E Dunn them. Do not let the shadows of yes- E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath. An Incorrigible. R. E. Thompsan Booth Thompson "When I started in life I hadn't terday fall on today. nearly your advantages," said the father. "Quite true," replied the gilded youth. "But you shouldn't reproach me for that. Speak to grandfather." round-shouldere- District No 1, Sec. 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to county line with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from Lancaster to Fork church with rock. Sec. No. 3, Sugar creek pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 4, Buckeye pike from Lancaster to McCreary with rock. Sec. No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from Lancaster to O. B. Perkin's spring with rock. Sec. No. 6, Old Danville pike from double toll gate to Dix River with gravel. Sec. No. 7, New Danville pike from double toll gate to Dix River with gravel. District No. 2, Sec. No. 1; Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix River and C. M. Jenkins,residence with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from C. M. Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with rock. Sec. No. 3, Bryantsville and dugar Creek pike, entire pike with rock, sec. No. 4, Bryantsville and Cane Run pike entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 5, rJuena Vista and Kentucky River pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 6, from o. Poindexter's shop to I M. Dunn's gate with rock. Districts No. 3, Sec. No. 1, Buckeye pike from McCreary to Buckeye post 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 xrom Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill school house, with rock. Sec. No. 5, Poor ridge pike from Pleasant Hill school house to Scotts Fork church, with rock. Sec. No. 6, Poor ridge pike irom 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, with rock. Sec. No. 8, from top of West hill to Madison line with gravel. District No. 4, Sec. No. 1, Richmond pike from Lancaster to Goodloe's gate .vith rock. Sec. No. 2, From Good-loe- 's gate to Ed Walker's gate with rock. Sec. No. 3, From Ed. Walker's gate to Madison county line, with gravel, dec. No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from 0. B. Perkin's spring to county line with rock. Sec. No. 6, Fall Lick, pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate 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 Lick White Lick pike, entire road with gravel. The bids will be on Sections, but bidder will not be restricted to one section. Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be required for double the amount of the bid, and said bond shall be approved by the Fiscal Court and said bidder will present with his bid the name of his proposed surety or sureties. The bidding shall be per rod of 225 cubic feet. The amount of metal to be used on each section will be determined by the court after bids are received. All bids must be filed with County Judge on or before Saturday April 8th 1911. The Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and all Louisville Times BOTH ONE YEAR For Only $4.50 The Louisville Times is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. s the best corps of correspon- - vers the Kentucky field perfectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest market reports. Democratic in politics, but fair to everybody. Send your Subscription right away to this paper Louisville Times. not to The Why Not Read The Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR. WE CAN FURNISH YOU The RECORD AND THE Weekly Courier Journal BOTH ONE YEAR For $1 50. We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier-Journal Courier-Journa- l. Write Company, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper Not to the Courier-Journa- l. POSTED .21 d SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, April 9th. A." i T. $ i ii : BUENA VISTA, KENTUCKY. Scott, Sanders. Miss Lida Raney and brother of Lancaster visited their aunt Mrs. N. G. Preston last Saturday and Sunday night Kills A Murderer. KILL the COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS siHB533S31lsi Trip Round A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims, but Dr. King's New Life Pills kill it by prevention. They gently stimulate stomach, liver and bowels, preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis, curing Constipation, Headache, Billiousness, Chiils, 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son, Dr. King's New Discovery WITH FAR 1 SPECIAL TRAIN Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. u" rOUGHS WfOLDS sdlioa Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. GTASANTEED SATISFACTORY OJfc X02fEY BEPUNDED. "J v.-'MWWKXO XMOOOOM4 MVOOOnoOOMM Rex Arbuekle CANT BE SEPERATED. Some Lancaster People Have Learned j I 900 poooooooo i 0000000 000 000000000 ooc bl.hjh"w You can't seperate them. Will make the season of 1911 ai And you can't get rid of the backJ.N. Denny farm, AlA miles from bone until ou cure tne kidney acne. U f) "HI li4Vllll. juurself on Sunday but uet. shaver Lancaster, on Richmond pike at If the kidneys are well and strong, the Saturday before atthp old rollabh the rest of the system is pretty sure to in vigorous health. hr simp. A $20. Foal jeDoan's Kidney ills make strong, HENRY DUNCAN'S nealthy kidneys. Rex Arbuckle, 1467 by Rex McDonak - AltBKK HOI ON LlCUJIOKDoTKKET George Wright, Stanford St., Lan333, he by Rex Denmark 840. caster, Ky., says: "I have never 1st dam Miss Richmond 551, by King .nown of a better kidney remedy than Richard, by Peavine 58. Doan's Kidney Kidney Pills. Last fall 2nd dam Jennie Lynn 361, by Stoneny back ached a great deal and my wall Jackson 72, by Washington k cidneys were badly disordered. The 8842 64. idney secretions were scanty andpain-u- l 3rd dam Florence by Sand Maupin't in passage. I fortunately had Drennon. Season 191 1. Joan's Kidney Pills brought to my and getting a box at Frisbie's Jrug Store, I began their use. They elieved me promptly and in return for LANCASTER, KY. .he benefit I received, I am willing .M." ttI-U- ATTENTION! y 1467. Combined Stallion. How To Get Rid of Both. Backache and kidney ache are twin mmmm fmmmam brothers. Mystery of the Violets -- J Easter and Spring rash ions We announce our Easter and Spring Display of ' For Living Jersey Bull Hemj Simpson J. W. H. Den-nar- -- SWEENEY. DENNY BROS fruit and Shade Trees J. TWSLEY, " hat my name should be used in ommending re- - County Surveyor. e HOKE 329--J. Office over F. G. Hurt 8 furniture store. Lancaster, Or. R. L - Veterinary Surgeoi and Dentist. Oillir.p Asparagus, Blacker- ries, Raspberries, Pontius, rtoses, Rhubarb, Etc Vrite for free Catalogue. No Ken tuck Strawberry Plants, them. My advice to all ufferers from kidney trouble is to .jive Doan's Kidney Pills a trial.,, For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n ;ents. Co., Buffalo, .Jew York, sole agents for the United .states. Remember the name Doan's and ake no other. Foster-Milbur-- Agt. .vliss Mt. Hebron Miss Nannie Coulter is the guest of Pearl Sherrow. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. D. Lemay is very low with pneumonia. Miss Mollie Crawford of Buena Vista was the guest of Miss Jennie Montgom ery Sunday. Mrs. Sam Morford and little son of Jessamine were with her sister Mrs. J. E. Sherrow Saturday. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders, daughter and grandson were with her daughter Mrs. H. R. Montgomery Friday. Rev. Mahan of Jelico Tenn. filled his appointment at this place Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Mr. G. A. Bruce and Mrs. Philip McMillion of Boyle Co, vere with Mr. C. W. Johnson Saturday .light. Mr. George Johnson, wife and little son Roy Burnett of High Bridge an . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan of Burgin were with relatives here Saturday and Sunday. grand-daughter at Sweeney's Livery Stable. --- I.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons Lexington. Kentucky. Lancaster, - Kentucky HENS E W. Morroyv, Graduate Optjciat Kece- 1 2 to 12. Jhickens 10 to 12cts - fitted. Sutisfacciou Guaranteed. i. itli- rC. Denny, DENTIST ?& M. Roosters 5icts. Ducks 10c, Eggs, 10 to 12cts. Turkeys 10 to Sett 1 over Miss Arnold's Millinery. ust received a car load of White See Oats and car of Salt. There are three daughters In the Jervlss family, all attractive young women of a golng-ou- t age. Emily, the eldest, is a tall, dashing brunette. Eleanor, the second, Is petite and dark. Daisy, the debutante, is a short blond young person with freckles and the engaging manners of a cherubic small boy. It is a standing grievance among this otherwise carefree trio that their various admirers often fail to attach a distinguishing first name to their offerings and notes. "It was all very well," Daisy sputtered wrathfully to a girl caller, "to contend that Emily Is the only Miss Jerviss. To be sure, Emily could, properly and technically speaking, olalm the honor of that title, but when It comes to claiming every box of candy that reaches the house thus addressed it is quite another matter. "It's horribly embarrassing," she complained, "for us not to know which one of us has to thank the man whose card accompanies the gift, because we all three go out with the same men occasionally, and it's hard to know which one he desires to favor. 'This time," she added, with a giggle, "Is the worst yet!" She uncovered a square purple box and displayed to her girl caller a great bunch of violets. She burled her nose In them ecstatically. "They are absolutely the first of the season," she said, "and they cama two hours ago addressed to Miss Jervlss' and without a trace of a card. Of course, we all three claim them, because Eleanor is going to the theater with Billy Selterman tonight and Emily. Is. going to a little informal dance with Henry Corsairs and I myself am expecting Livingston Orr to call. A mere call doesn't necessitate flowers, naturally, but Livingston has been rather er devoted of late. And every man harbors the conviction that the recipient of his favors is going to know whom to thank by some subtle romantic Instinct. "No, Indeed," she went on, In answer to a question from the caller, "we haven't come to any decision yet. We had a council and after much discus- Authoritative Styles in Ladies' and Misses' Ready-to-weApparel.consisting of TailorMade Suits, Silk, Linen and Mohair Coats, Separate Skirts, Silk and Lingerie Dresses, Waists, Petticoats and Kimonas in an endless assortment of beautiful models. A variety of cleverly designed garments, that will appeal to those that desire the styles, at sensible prices. ar out-of-the-ordinary New Coat Suits. Recent shipments from New Ycrk's foremost Suit Makers of Newest Styles in Man Tailored Suits in a fascinating assortment of Spring Fabrics. Finely Finished Suits at $15, $18, $20, $25. $29.50 and $35.00. New Silk Dresses. Richness and beauty characterize our splendid shoeing of stylish Silk Dresses for Easter wear. Svriped -- a;in i.etsalines, Eordeied and Dotted Foulard Silks, Bulgarian trimmed Pongees and Marquisettes at $12.50, 13.50, $15.00 $Icj.5u, v2.o und $5- - A SPECIAL EASTER OF SALE HEW aPRIfUG &ILKS. We place on Sale as a specia1 Easter offering. 20 pieces, 12CC yards, of Cheney Bros., celebrated Foulard Silks, in a splendid assortment of newest designs and coloring?, Navy, Elack, Copenhagen, Reseda and Tan in dots, stripes and neat designs, at the very special price of 7Sj J. PATRICK, All W irk Just received -- a car load Dentist. Guaranteed. Kentucky Paint Lick, u-i-t- 'tuiuel Coal winch we ca yll out at 12cts in yank-Othe- r coal from 11 lo 14c ii . A Man's Stomach, Is Just As Good t. the yard. Bad as He Males It sion we decided to be foxy, so each one of us Invented good excuses to call up the man she is going out with this evening to see If he wouldn't get into a conversation and give himself away. "Emily called Henry to say that shecouldn't possibly be ready until half an hour later than the time he was to grateCr come, but he only thanked her fully for letting him know, and she had to hang up the receiver without - Other Special Values in Dress Silks will be oiftiec at 35c, 49c, and 69c yard. 11 it week FASHIONABLE SPRING FOOTWEAR. Our showing of Sty Ik h Oxfords, Pumps and Low Shoes for Spring Now Ready. 1)R. Wm. BURNETT tl. Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. ResM.nc. Phone 75. Office Phone 6 ! B. NORTIiCOTT, DEPOT STREET. BUCKEYE. ! a. uui -- ... oceooooooo 000 of QUALITY. . 1 Ware McRoberts. Henry L.Casey9D.v.s VETERINARIAN. Former Director Atilrnal Industry Phillppiu Islands. United States Arm; Office Telephone 32 at Logan's Stable. and 432. DANVILLE. KY Or. J. B. Kinnaird, Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street. Residence Phone 9. Office Phone Call and see us for a good 8s Hair Cut and Clean Shave Tk Oaly Two White Barbers In Town See the tall sign, Notth side or Public Square. gas to belch up in the mouth, then you want to get buisy at once and turn Miss Lina Schooler of Cottonburg is our bad stomach into a good one, visiting Mrs. Jasper Noel. How can this be done? you ask. Mrs. Mary Dickerson who has been Simply by using daily the best prequite sick is very much improved. scription for stomach ailments ever Miss Agnes Miles is teaching a very A'ntten. What is the name of this prercription'j successful music class at this place. Wherever civilization exists it is Mrs. Jim Clouse of Stone spent Thursday night with Mrs. Robert Long .cnown as R. E. McRoberts & Son sells it for Miss Mamie Dickerson will begin i J cents a box; he does more he guarspring school at Guns Chapel, April 3rd j antees it to relieve stomach distress, Mrs. Olliver Bogie has been spendirc i.i five minutes; he goes even furthei a few days with her mother, Mrs. W. md says: if doesn't cure inT. Noel. digestion, acute or chronic, or any disMiss Her B. Hill has been spending j. eases caused by stomach disturbance few days with her grandfather. Mr. ne will give you your money back, Jno. Teater. without any haggling or red tape. And this guarantee means that Mesdame Robert Long and James Clouse were visitors in Lexington the stomach tablets, as most people .all tnem will cure biliousness, nausea, later part of the week. Mrs. L. L. Sanders and son. Burnett .iervousness, heartburn, foul breath, of have been visiting .iightmare, and sleeplessness. It means that is such a her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. wonderfully good remedy that it quick-i- y We are glad to report that Oscar Ra turns a bad stomach into a good one, Carter who some time ago received a cnat will stay good, strong and vigor-ju- s, severe kick by a horse is very much im just as long is it is treated right. proved. xTy ye men of weak Mrs. R. I. Burton and son J. W. stomachs, you take no risk. It is left Thursday for Sanantonio Texas. guaranteed by It. E. McRoberts cv where she will be with her sister Miss don and druggists everywhere. Nora Long, who went there recently for her health. es MI-O-NMl-O-N- If you, are blessed with good stomach je thankful and make up your mind to :eep it good. If you have a bad stomach; one that nakes you feel miserable after eating; jne that turns your food sour and caus- enlightenment "Then Eleanor called up Billy to remind him that she didn't know what play they were going to see. She told him that she wanted to look up the criticisms beforehand. Equally hopeless! "And so I rang up Livingston to ask him to stop off on his way here tonight and bring me a certain book from the Kays'. He agreed pleasantly and remarked that he had been thinking about me all day. '"Ah ha!' said I to myself. 'Here is where little Daisy corners the violet market.' Then, 'How am I going to be convinced of that?' I inquired archly of Livingston, thinking he would" speak of his floral offering as a proof. But ho only remonstrated, in a hurt voice, that he hoped I wouldn't need any convincing argument on that ccore. So I hung up the receiver baffled. What he said didn't sound promising, although, of course, he may have sent the violets and will not mention them until I do." She returned the bouquet to Its box with a sigh. "Emily will probably get them after all," she said, ruefully, "because she has the legal claim. Then If they really did come from Nell's young man or mine he will be mortally when he notices that we haven't worn them. "But, you see " She was interrupted by the entrance of the housemaid with a card. "There's a boy Just come, Miss Daisy," said the maid, "to say that the box from the florist's that was delivered this afternoon was addressed wrong. He says It was for Mrs. Jerviss instead of Miss Jervlss, and here's the card that was to go with it." Daisy accepted the card with a blank face. But as she read a broad grin grew upon her countenance. "They are from Uncle Jack," she said. "He always sends mother flowers when he passes through town." The grin developed Into a laugh. "The joke is on Emily," gasped Daisy after an interval, "for she has gone Ave miles to the dressmaker's to hurry up her new lavender gown so that she can, wear it with those violets to- Welsh & jCurrey's j m bm m b wviauii il - n & &znf u s ?i y I tf 2 1 w. 60 SMBL'-si- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. r? -- 'v2J&t V j - f A 'I & Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. Mr Alex West milked three cows during the 1910. ar MI-J-N- The Place To Get A Crab-Orchar- d, ORDCERT One of these cows was a registered Jersey, one a high grade Jersey and one a Shorthorn. Mr West used about one gallon of milk per- - day -- Mi-O-N- A at re- A, MI-O-N- A mm acuoa 3 ft j fi home; the rest he sent to the Creamery, for which he ceived $190.31. The value of the milk used at home being $36.50 or a total of $228.31; or $75.60 per cow; per year. M. HOUSE. COUNTY FLA'INOOD Miss Estella Arnold is on the sick list. Henry Miller continues in a critical condition. Rev. Joe Payne and familv have moved to Pineville. Mrs. Beazley the aged mother of George Beazley is very sick. Mr. Jesse Baird and Misses Cleo and Maggie Aanold came home from Berea Saturday for a few days visit to home folks. Mr. D. W. Faukner has moved to Madison Co. near Richmond and Tom Manual has moved to the house vacated by Mr. Faulkner. Mr. Alfred Owens who has been at Richmond with his wife lor more than a week ran down home for a day or so Saturday. Mrs. Owens is at the n Sanatarium where she recentlv un Gip-so- Tell Us Our - DOES IT PAY? J. E. Robinson, LAWYER Faults. It to and i Blue Grass Creamery of I Lancaster, Ky. VJrrHJSrrgJlTHJai . ATTORNEY. Will P act Ice in all State Courts an U. S. District Court. over Police Court. Phone 194 Office Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Phone 340 Nearly all woman suffer some pain at times, due to the ailments peculiar to their sex If your trouble is yet In a mild form, take Cardui to prevent It becoming more serious. If you have suffered long years, get Cardui at once. Use persistently and It will help you. is A mistake is possible. sometimes impossible prevent it get a pound of night!" You may butter not quite up to the mark or a dozen of eggs with one or two of them of suspicious age BUT (and this is the chief point of this ad.) You will find us not only willing but ANXIOUS to right tnese wrongs. You have - -- - .:.:l-r.,-i. La- dies and Men'? Garments Public Square. Si com band clothes sold on commission. Take CARDUI L, I b. TA?. Faulkner, fllgr. Office over Office Hours 3 ft.m to.12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store Eells, of New Hartford, la., was afflicted for 24 years. She writes: "For Mrs. 13 .4F. Phone 65. T "WJLTJER. Lancaster, Ky. DENTIST. I have'just opened up a new, clean Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention have been afflicted with womb trouble, causing extreme nervousness, pain in right side and back altogether making life a burden. I tried doctors and various other remedies without relief. Finally I began using Wine of Cardui. Now I am entirely cured. I cheerfully advise all women similarly afflicted to try Cardui." Sold everywhere. the past 24 years JCHN DUNCAN. E4 Preserving Autumn Leaves. A lady writes that she has preserved autumn leaves in the follow Ing manner: Take a book with rather a heavy "cover when you go to gather the leaves and place them In It smoothly. The next day or so give them a coat of varnish such as la used for photographs. I have mado very pretty centerpieces by cutting a piece of cardboard any shape desired and arranging the leaves as a lace or derwent a very painful operation. Her embroidered centerpiece. For a pretmany friends are rejoiced to know she ty dish for the middle I cut off caris improving. rots about an inch and a half In length and put them in a pretty glass dish with a little water and a few Attacks School Principal. pieces of charcoal. They grow and A severe attack on school principal', look like ferns. Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is thus told by him". "For more than Has Millions Of Friends-Hothree years," he writes, "I suffered inwould you like to number your describable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica kidneys. All remedies failed till I used Salve does? Its astounding cures in Electric Bitters, but four bottles of the past forty years made them. Its remedy cured me com- the best Salve in the world for sores, pletely." Such results are common. Thousands bless them for curing ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, stomach trouble; female complaints, cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains, swell kidney disorders, biliousness, and for ings, bruises, cold sores. Has no new health and vigor. Try them. ' equal for piles. 25c at R. E. McOnly 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Roberts & Son. w l UUbbl lUu Fin B. F. HUDSON, President. ! Ii faObUl II but to bring such things to our notice to have them receive our immediate attention. g, J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. We want to get as near as possible to perfect storekeep-inand you can help us to do We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, this by pointing out our faults. KY. Let us enroll you as a mer. custo- 1 CAPITAL $50,003. W7 SURPLUS $30,000. j? i I ! rHTArr rwt,.-- , W. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J.. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Thao Cray Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. M. Arnold, 1 J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. Akx Gibfc Lewis.L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. L. jj i.j .n. Vr ty Pmjf - ) I ? Srx&POV$.94 0t.1s"&-2O'3)J'-4O3O-- i " iiii niii"irnyiir YOU'LL HNII r ; n i v irifeC2a'ZS:X(Stf M zlSJcfeXM& SPRING If IN THIS COLUMN. --- ""I SsTt-tSr-, fi 1911. For all ki Dollie Brown ,, Sprine? 0 Opening1 Skilled Set of oak furniture and hat racks for sale. Mrs. W. B. Mason. ' ' n ir v s sip iJ' fi About x x GastLneau of near Hyattsville were united in marriage at ths homo of tha bride, Brother 0. P. Bush officiating. Hon Robert Harding returned to his home in Danville, Tuesday. Mr. Carrol Humber of Oklahoma is tho gurst of his niece Mrs. Robert Burns de. t&&if-&g&&i!- a&jMJ? sgKfclSaSISSISfce! iJ vilafER)i.ll7r-l 1 mHHn j SATURDAY, APRIL 1st. You must not zniss seeing our line. workers using the choicest material is the secret to the dash and go in the styles shown by our Millinery Department This Year. 0 Come bring your Test Eye for a close inspec- tion and be sure to see the prices that will surprise you. Our Terms are Strictly Cash; goods being sold at prices that will not per- mit credit. h v. $ -- 0 O'aoo.oOusxXiOexJ 'jCZ&Z2 L:kp---- S. BROWN ! s4 E .i 00OO0O& .yry, Mr. R. S. Brown left Wednesday for We have a full force of first class Cincinnati to purchase a handsome line Ira Holtzlaw was a visitor in Boyle workme Kr bujy i amting und re- county. of goods. W. J. Romans. pairing. Mrs. Clay Dunn and little daughter Miss Mary is numbered with S. C. R. I. Red- s- Eggs For Sale. the aiek this week, are in Lexington visiting Mr. and Mra, Egg3 $1.00 per 15 from pen, 50s frozn Ike Dtmn, JViiS3 bailie Kayburn has returned to range. Misses Sue Taylor Eneleman and i S. A. Hill, Lancaster. Ky., R 3 box 41, her home in Richmond. Nannie Woods were recent visitors in Phone 391-Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford is with Lancaster. you first sister Miss Susie Hilton. We are prepared to give Mr. Long of Cincinnati was here the class work in Buggy painting and Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden were past week in the interest of a special W. J. Romans. recent visitors in Louisville. case in court. Russell Brown of Stanford has been you want your house painted or If McClellan Johnston of Lexington 'any kind of carpenter's work done, with his cousin Cecil Brown. was a visitor in Lancaster for several write or see Miss Marguerite Hurt is recovering days this week. K. P. Ison, Lancaster, Ky. Miss Alberta Anderson has returned Miss Margaret Walker of Lebanon is from a visit to her aunt Mrs. Dove B. Wanted. visiting her father W. S. Walker. Harris of Danville. j Five hundred old buggies to paint Mr: Winston Wiseman of Dpnville Miss Virginia Arnold is seriously ill and repair. W. J. Romans. was a visitor in Lancaster Friday. at her home on Danvill street with Fcr StJe. Mrs. Morton Scott has returned after bronchial pneumonia. -T Mr. Hi -- ginbotham of Standard bred hornless short hon a visit to relatives in Nicholasville. Lexington hr.s 1 q bulls, models in'foim and choice breedvisitor in Ltn- Mr. Joe Nevius is rcrnvprW nftPr caster for some days past. ing. A. M. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. several weeks illness of rheumatism. Mesdames Samuel Cotton and James Miss Agnes Henderson is in Lebanon I. Hamilton, attended the millinery opJunction visiting Mrs. Arthur Botner. ening in Danville Saturday. All persons having claims against the B. D. Herndon of Richmond visited Mrs. James P. White of Nashville estate of J, T. Conn deceased presen. his father Captain W. Herndon Sunday. came Friday for a Visit to her nieces them to us on or before April 1st. 1911 Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is visiting Misses Emma and Lucy Doty. j approved according to law also thos. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price of Danville. indebted to deceased come forwarc The many Lancaster friends of Mr. i and pay. John A. Conn, Mrs. Lizzie Lynch of Allen County is W. S. Ferguson will be sorry to hear W. II. Conn, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bat-so- of his illness in a Cincinnati hospital. 4t. Adminsistrators. Miss Lucy Walker Doty is at home ' Miss Ethel Wilson of Berea was a re- after a visit to her sisters Mesdames cent guest of Mrs. Gecrge M Patters- Smith and Bouregaurd of Richmond. h at Joiei-- .' n . !kf i store. Rkr.tiou of ths Ly Those 'h kr& MTXfjrrw,-idfrs.-fgpr:j- Coniint zUttti.d itI At This Season "mv-'-- - -tf Ai-nol- d 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. When you con- of your family sider that the health is hA "Sot enTIP' y"s3V J-- i I II 4t governed absolutely by domestic sanitary conditions you can readily see the extreme necessity to guard against any possible defects in jr , n -- in TvESS51t J-- f u -- h i. mm rhUr-HaBK & I P your plumbing system. I r- Let us examine your plumbing and quote you a price on correcting the defec tive piping or installing new fixtures. $tikW plumbing fixtures and our expert service never fail to please. Illustrated literature always on hand. -lt 1 iirAW HfELDEM r-3 BROS. nfttii a&J n. ISlBl 2A;..j o c.v&W: on, Mrs. J. M. Staughton has returned se eral weeks visit Mesdames Ed and N. B. PrL-- visited to Covington Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant of Danville to her mother Airs. H. A. B. Marks-bure ()X)XX M1 aiti y. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arnold of d Miss Alice Rigney has been in were called here by the death visiting her cousin Miss Lucy of the formers father Mr. Joseph Walker. Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price were with Danville relatives the latter part of Mrs. O. P. Bush has returned from ast week. Richmond having been called there by Kiss Jane Doty left Wednesday for the illness of her father who is now a visit to her friend Miss Mary Miller somewhat inproved. of Richmond. The marriage of Miss Margaret Bogie Miss Edith Myall of Paris Ky. is the taMr.Frcnk Duerscnboth of Mt. Sterl- I don't think the height of misattractive guest of Miss Lille Leavel ing was celebrated W ednesday morning fortune ha bsen reached ye. of Bryants ille. in this city at the home of the bride's although many of us have cftei and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Hurbert Nicely of aunt made a good tr for it. Molly ant' Stanford have been visiting Mr. and Clay. Rev. J. W. Porter of the First Baptist Church was the officiating: stage i Jus little scene for yo;. Mra. J. B. Soper. minister. After the ceremony the dear reader, just to help you forge Mrs. Emma KaufTman and son H. couple left for a trip and returning our troubles by trading at the up- - Clay KaufTman were visitors in Lex- will go to housekeeping in ML Sterling. Cash Store of R. S. Brown's ington this week. The bride is a charming girl who was a College Mrs. J. Vincent Arnold and children student at Campbell-Hagerma- n and Mr. Duerson is one of the most of Birmingham are guests of Mr. and prominent young business men of Mt. Mrs. J. G. Burnsides. Sterling and both are of leading famMiss Bogie will be remembered as a ilies of that city Lexington Herald. charming visitor to the Misses Mounts on several occasions. Rich-nonHar-rodsburg f Now is the time to have your old Buggy, Carriage or Phaeton ii vVe LUKN betsy5s pointers eer jtn i" 11 uzu two 01 iMMh CIU niir rens-nab!e- hive lirsticlass wurkn en ;n:d will do Work riu;ht ami . I Wpl anters ! Best Rubber Tires $ 6 00. 1 o-d- sold in 1910 This is sufficient proof that it is a good one. W. J. 55, S j. cpj ""T..k K..ttjetALJiSfT'n".' - Roman v i : : Subscribe for Record T1MTK1.SV1LI.E. j . t f ? It is your fault if you are not using :en 1" uij BsEBB If or Wiine ft oisse LJ E (, U xu ft i It's the BEST and it is made in your ? city by '.H ; r . daiTard Milling .Company. PHONE 47. ! 4 4 4 'I t :4:-.vv4A-M-444't4-Mv4444444'4- Lancaster, Kentucky. 4 i i jS aigJMjgUEJSigilJSfJlfip fBfitifBSMffiteiSiaiSlMiaa; Ig: I Wall Paper, Paints and g m lf?51 IE f Varnishes. E. McRoberts d&fiftilgsjftiJifj & Son. rHlrr-;$-.r- HI ? ! f p2SiES INSURED YOUR f I BACCO Mrs. W. S. Elkin of xUlanta is ex pected to arrive this week for a visit to Mr. Silas L. Ashley, one of Lancas- Miss Sula Cotton has been a recent j Annie and Malinda Sanders. Lancster relatives. of Mis-.eter's oldest and most highly appreciat- Mrs. R. P. Gretrnrv lias rotnrnpil ed citizens died at his home on Crab- Miss Maggie Portwocd was the charmMrs. Orchard street Sunday night of a coming guest of Miss Dona Mae East Sun- from a stay with her sister-inlaplication of diseases. Mr. Ashley had H. H. Hall of Winchester. day. been a long sufferer and recently under Miss Annie Sanders and little sister Misses Aliie Yantis and Lizzie Bettis Ida were guests of Miss Texie A gee spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss went an operation at the Lancaster Hospital in the hope of obtaining relief. Tuesd y night. Mary Chestnut at Marksbury. At first it was thought that he would Mis3 Dona Mae East has been quite Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown were recover, ana he did sumciently to allow sick for a few days we are glad to reguests of their daughter Mrs. David of llis being removed to his home. He port s le is well t'gain. is survived by his wife, three sons and Jones of Kirksville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Zeake Moberly were j one daughter. Mr. Ashley was the Mrs. George Ballcw has returned to oldest local lodge of Odd Fellows, guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Jcmes Vincent home in Richmond after a visit to der whose auspices the funeral was Saturiay and Sunday. j conducted and the remains laid to rest; Mr. Elbert Calico and sister Miss her mother Mrs. Edna Francis. Mayma were at the bed side of their " " C. B. Bastin and Miss Minnie Brown " "'? aunt Mr3. Julia Davis of Edenton Sat- itic?!f cA Via ln f nva mnnfltrtlMoi TvTVg i O' urday Sunday. William Blakeman of Kirksville Sun Memoriam. day. A fierce Night Alarm. In St. Louis, (Kirkwood), Sunday, Mrs. J. H. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. is the hoarse, startling cough of a child, Benton Ashley of Tampa Florida were March 19th, 3:30 p. m. Stanley Dodd suddenly attacked by croup. Often it called here by the death of their father Pearce Jr., eldest of three children of Stanley D, and Odelein Pearce; eldest aroused Lewis Chamblin of Manches- Mr. Silas Ashley. errandchild of E. H. and Mrs. E. H. ter, 0.,R. R.No. 2 for their four Misaes Hallie Brown and guest Miss , Pearce, of Danville in his sixth year. ' children were greatly subject to croup. In his last hours, one pulse was "Sometimes in severe attacks," he Ella Tompson, Miss Lizzie Bettis and wrote "we were afraid they would die, Russell Brown of Stanford motored to quenchless. It was the throbbing utbut since we proved what a certain Danville for a short vieit. terance of child faith in Jesus; "This remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is, Mrs. Bud Hatfield who underwent little boy is very sick; but he has said we have no fear. We rely on it for an operation at the Lancaster Hospital his prayer; he is not afraid; Jesns will croup and for coughs, colds or any on last Friday is getting along nicely take him; don't worry dear daddie, mammie, little sisters; its all right"! throa: or lung trouble." So do thous- and her recovery is assured. ands of others. So may you. AsthThen calling for the mother hands to Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey was called to ma, Hay Fever, LaGrippe, Whooping Ros-c- o be placed as a pillow beneath his head, the bed side of her little grandson, Coug'i, Hemorrhages fly before it. 50c Jordon of TerreHaute Ind, who was he fell asleep in the Everlastiug Arms. and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Sold by badly Holy ministries of 'devoted friends burned about three weeks ago. R. E. McRoberts & Son. gathered to the home. But doubtless Mrs. Kicnara Burton anu uitie son a tribute was in the night long sobJ.n1 J. W. left Thcrsday for a protracted bing grief of little fellows of kinderstay at the bedside of Mrs. Burton's garten and Sunday School, who at Mrs. William Rolston has been quite sister Miss Lucy in San Autonio Texas. , eventide, learned that a dearly loved sick for several weeks. The following attended sppcial Ma comrade had been called away. Mrs. H. L. Wallace has been quite "Thou knowest not now; thou shalt sonic meeting in Danville: Judge L. L. sick of grip for several days. Walker, J. M. Rothwell, J. Raymond ! know hereafter"; the sure voice of the Mrs. W. G. Kemper spent last Wed- Haselden, James A. Beazley and'j, W. 'Greater love; "let him come unto me." . .i,1..B. "Thy power hath blessed me, sure it Sweeney. Miss Brosia of Cincinnati is with . still will lead me on o'er moon and T1e Woman's Club that met Wed- Mrs. Martha Ely this season as her fen; o're crag and torrent till the night nesd?y afternoon was strictly a busi- trim ier. is gone; And with the morn those angel Office Phone 31. Residence Phone: ness meeting. The ladies discussed Miss Agnes Henderson is at homo af- faces smile Which I have loved long what subject or writers they would take since and lost awhile." LANCASTER. KY. ter several weeks stay with relatives . up for next year. in Oklahoma. Dr- - and Mrs' Marshal K- - Denny gave Mrs. B. M. Lear has returned to her BjarBiBLiantiantiliia. home after a visit to Mrs. Susie Wal- - a gumptious six o'clock dinner the past .iweek to a few selected friends the Lexington. lace at guest 01 honor being Attorney W. 1. Mrs. W. F. Parkes, Mrs. Martha! Williams of Tulsa Oklahoma. Ely and Mrs. Williams all have a pret-,t- y Judge Fryer of Cynthiana arrived line of spring milliniery. Sunday to act as special Judge in the The Misses McWhorter of Berea He was unavoidably det were visitors of Misses Stella and circuit court . tained at his home and could not be Cleone McWhorter Saturday and here last week as was expected s w Mr. Ashley Dead. Something new that no other planters have. Let us explain it to you. Cast Plow Point Ground Will run as good as NEW. I un-h- er "" "J , We can save you money if you will let us. ! CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. ..., J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer y jiifedia OBiiiSiiisiBM MJarJlfmiBmniimJlrJlrRiflraiil ij HAVE voi ip r jg ! 1 'a Prescriptions Compounded with ACCURACY and CARE at BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH il&IlIY & HASELDEfl Phone 31. i Mr. A. L. Sommers, stock claim Mr. and Mrs. George Treadwaysrent several days at Polleys Bend last week agent for the L & N railroad, came up where Mr. Treadway, has bought a from" his' home at Latoma last week to be present in the circuit court as a farm. The many friends of Mr. John Terry witness in a case against his company. 3; M 3J1 Office, National Bank of Lancaster. ore glad to hear of his improvement at On lastrFriday afternoon Mr. Walker iJ! '&. this meeting after a severe spell of Logan a prosperous farmer of the rn Uackley neighborhood and Mrs. Elizzie IPHiJ if&lHrgia fifflii.gllllllfaili jmeumonis. isFRISBIE'S 3 DRUG STGEE. M i. UlllSSIlflfijSliO BSfiUlMitililMI " -- .J r- - Farm and Stock. Logan Hubble sold Grimes Beasley a fancy sorrel mare for $300. Kinnaird Bourne bought a mule of Erasmus Dunn for $140. ri .... i sm ,''"&& &' Ail J. N. Sloan sold D. Spoonamore nice harness horse for $175. a R. E. Henry sold a sow and nine pigs to Mr. A. R, Denny for $40. Robert Burnside sold to Ike Dunn of Lexington a nice family mare for 2C0. W. L. Sloan bought a nice two year old sorrel mare of Jeremiah Blar.d, our Departments Both In The ReadyToWear and the Piece Goods Ends Are Full Of New Goods. Our Store Offers You All The Advantages Of Shopping In New York Without The Many Disadvantages, . price private. Duckworth & Benton bought fcur at Drices raneinjc frcm $100. to $150. common horses G. T. Higginbotham bought of the Administrators of R. D. Ballard a bi mare for $180. g-g- y Shanks and Dowdy of Columbus Ga. bought of Robert Thompson a nice road horse for $300. Allen Edelen of Burgin sold to Arkai sas parties the yearling colt Bohemiai by Bohemian King for $750. Wilson Rogers sold to Benton oi Nicholasville a horse for $175. and U Renicks of Paint Lick a mare for $135. You will always see in our Suit room and on our counters, just the garments and merchandise to be seen in the best New York shops. We keep in daily touch with New York through the corps of expert buyers in our New York office at 69 Fifth Avenue. We buy everything at lowest cash prices, and our comparatively low expenses enables us to sell much cheaper than the big city stores and still make a profit We have reason to believe that we have the largest and best selection of Ladies' Garments as well as Dry Goods in Central Kentucky. Tailored Suits. nan-tailoreo Children's Dresses. There were very few mules on the market and most of them of wl ich were of inferior quality, no sales reported. H. T. Knott of Kenton N. C. bought two mares of W. B. Burton for 575. Same party bought of George D. Robinson a pacing mare for $182.50. We have been thanked by many mothers for bring We have built up a fine trade on really big li class d suits at reasonable prices. These are made ing this line of childrens dresses an'l saving them all the f the very best materials, handsomely lined tailoring trouble and expense of malui g thtm at home. We have inside and out and is absolutely the best. All the new idea them in many materials and stles in all sizes from 3 year art-nld to 14 years and prices iroin 50cts to $3 50. If it pays in Greys, Tan?, Bmes, stripes, as well as staple colors, others to buy these, why will it not pay you? w in stock at from 15.00 to $40.00. These are three of the finest corsets made in the world and from these lines we can fit any one perfectly. Remember that no dress can look right unless the corset is right. We have an expert corsetierre who will fit you in the style to suit your figure at no extra expense. We have every price from $1.00 to $10.00. Try us for your new Corset. S New Embroideries. They were never prettier than this season, and we never before had such an assortment of -- 7 inch Flouncings, Allovers and bands as at this time. If you have any though of a white dress for this season you should see this line. It will be a pleasure to see them anyway, and we like to show them as we are a bit proud of the line. Silk Dresses. - Shirt Waists. We are showing an immense line of new shirt Wo ovo nrw slinwino- more than 150 new dressei etc. When waists in Messalines, Chiffons, Embroidered Voiles, Bead made of Poulards, Messalins, Pongees,;Chinas, you consider that most of these are of a kind, you can im- ed Chiffons, Fancy SilLs, Etc. These are in a reat vaW. L. Sloan has the good horse The My Its riety styles and colors and prices are low, rangeing from which he purchased of Wil agine the variety we otter for your choosing. son Koagers oi tnis county, anu win It will pay you to come to Danville for this line alone, as we are are just from New York and are correct. As to pnces,you 3.50 to $7.00. stand him at his far.n near Hubble. We also call special attention to our lire of Pure now showing many extra values in new garments, the equals of which will be surprised to see the stylish, well made and perf. ci Jo and Wood Burnside sold a Lunch dttm silk dresses we will sell you at 15 00, 18 00, 20.00 Linen tailored waitis at 1.25, 1.50 and up to $6,00 as it is were never shown. Hand embroidered gowns on fine Nainsook as low $1.25 and up. The new Crepe underwear, the kind that don t have of fat hogs to Stewart & Vanien. urg on up to 40 00. It is to your! the best line ever shown in Central Kentucky and the as for 6J cents, Howard Logan so!d a and $25. We have them e and hand embroidto be ironed, and a full line of imported finest qualities. bunch of 30 fat hogs to V. A. Lear for interest to see these before having one made. gowns, "Sil-verwoo- d" Muslin Underwear. hand-mad- $6.35. Shanks & Dowdy bought the follow-- . ing horses, one of Banks Hudson fo $200.; one of H. Peel of NicholaLvilk for $275. and one of W. B. Burto for $175. W. L. Sloan sold to Will Lilkv.d oi Danville an 8 months old Jack colt for $325. This was a fancy animal and Mr. Lillard has already been offered $50. profit on his purchase. At the fat stock snow in Taris, Francs, last month the grand ham-pio- n steer was z Shorthorn, weighed 2,717 pounds and was sold to a Paris restaurant keeper for $700. A fire occured in the Union Stock Yards at Chicago, 111., on March 18th, causing a loss of about one hundred thousand dollars. Six hundred herd of cattle were burned to death, and two men were lost. All of the live stock markets are barring veal calves that weigh less than 100 pounds. Be sure your calves are of sufficient weight and maturity before you ship them, else you will suffer a loss on them. We offer for your selection an immense stock, cdnsisting of over Here is where we have made a big "hit." Tczeis 200 pieces of new Foalards, Messalines, Pongees Taffetas, Mirage, if dainty Voile and Marquisette dressessome all while Tussorah etc. All colors all qualities and all new. absolutely new We offer dress silks in checks and stripes-ya- ll black and cuiOrs. pure silk at 39c. thers trimmed in We offer choice of a line of 22 y2 inch printed' silk Foulards, all this ind different from any you have had and some of lhem seasons goods and pure silk at 50c. m surely please you'. Tue prices of these range lrom 9.00 We offer Messahne finished Foulards, 23 inch and pure silk, in a co 35.00. See them anyway. great range of designs and colors at 65c. We are agents for Valentine St Bentleys celebrated "Shedwater" Foulards and offer you choice of 40 new paterns. In this line you will White Dresses. a Dress Silks. ered corset covers, chemise and drawers from $1.00 to $7.00. Wash Fabrics. Ginghams of every kind and color, Irish Linette, Flaxons, printed Batistes, printed Voiles, Tissues, printed Foulards. All of these in many designs and - colors, and in bordered effects. More than three hundred piecesof new Wash Goods at 10c, 12J4c. 15c, 18c and 25c. Silverware. Wash Dresses. Calico and Seersucker and Ginpham 'House dresses, and well made ones too, at 1.25. 2 00. 2 50 ai'd 3.00. Gingham, Muslin and Percale dresses, beautifully made and designed by artists at 4.00 to 87. This is the first time that you have ever had the chance to buy this class of dresses ready made. Whenever in need of something for a piesent, think of our great stock of the finest Sterling Silverware and Cut Glass. We carry everything in silver from a 50c spoon to a $20000 Tea find the prettiest patterns made in Foulards. Only the highest grade silver such as Towle Mfg. Co., Whiting, We offer you a line of 25 designs in printed silk warp Foulards Set." etc. No cheap makes. We carry complete lines of "Paul Revere", Co at 29c. lonial and Lafayette patterns of Sterling Sih er. We carry a full line of the celebrated John Hoares American We are agents for the "Redfern,'' Corsets, for Warners "Rust cut glass, in all kinds of pieces from small dishes at $1 to very handProof Corsets, ancl the Gossard Front Ldcing Corset. some pieces at $25. J Fine Corsets, i A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville, Ky I ALLEY GREGOR record 43401. JIVE STOCK MARKET. UNION STOCK YARD8, ARMER'S COLUMN I oeooooooo oocooo 000400000 eco ooi CINCINNATI Mdrcb.30 Cattle 710 137 Hogs 2S33 COO 964 Horse racing is dead in New York 2:19 CATTLE: Shippers $525) C5 State, for this year at least. The rfpace helow this bending is for the exclu5 7VSS 00 sive use of our farmer subscribers; and is for Bntuher steers extra Jockey Club has issued a statement 4 755 60 Stallion; about 16 hand; 7 years old. Registered Vol 17. the sale of stock, grain and m'h things on Good to choice Trotter: Chestnut saying that because of adverse legisla.George Wilkes 119.2:22. 4 10 i 65 farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver-tis- Common to fair Sire of 84;dumsof 201. Jflv Bird 6 75 5 90 tion it has been decided to make no ap( l.ady trunk No notice will be accepted over four Heifirs. extra of 131 ; dama of T'J. Sire 4 755S5 By Mnmbrlno ScarfiS1". plication for dates. This news came lines, and will be only in two issues of the Goodtochoice Grcnt brood mnre. 3 2o4 50 Common to fair Itocnrri 2?H1. Record, free of charge ( Matnbrino Boy Sil out almost simultaneously with reports SO. 6lreof2ll;'dair-;oCows, extra 4 fi."4 rti Sire of lo;dauisofn. (.Gussio likes. eluding Nancy Hoyce from New Orleans that horse owners Q Good to choice I Nora Wilkes 4C04b0 2:0J, Damots. By Hcnrge Wi'kesdlS). 2 25 3 90 Common to fair believe the sport beyond revival there. ci 2:)Gf. LacondilPJ Gen. Forrest 2:08. etc. l Major Kdsiill 21tf 85 head of ewes with lambs in good Canners 2 50 3 60 Sire ol 1; dumsof 1 McGregor 617 f Robt 4 255 00 Bulls baloguas condition for sale at a bargan. ( Nancy Whitman ua traced. I 2 r,li J. N. Ross reports about 100 head of 5 10ftl5 Extra i Sir.-o- f 111; dams of !&. L. G. Davidson .Pearl McGregor cattle on the market, all of which sold f Seneca Chief 376. 5 0T(g5 2" Kcrnrrl 2:23V. and Alley Fat bulls ire of J; dams of 15. Gregor 2:194, and grand MaudB May at fairly good prices, He reports the CALVES: extra 9 ii9 .'0 ( Jenny. Bird 2:2m Uam of For Sale A good 'Old Hickory" Talrtogood dam of Trocar 2:174By Champion Grinuels. following sales at his yards 55U7 00 Pearl McGregor 2:23','. Dam of Jericho 230. one hore wagon. 3 Oofs'". 50 Common and larjje Lillard & Fox to R. I. Burtou and Grnudam of 4. HOKS : good packrra and butchers 7 15 7M J. W. Elmore. 5 cents. steers at 5J Lewis Dillon, 7 lfta" 25 Mixtd packers pound Same parties to Teater, 4 0t5 23 I want one hundred veal calves age Stags ALLEY GREGOR is one of the best trotting Stallions in Kentucky. He steers at $7.35. J. M. Roberts of acting horse. Don't wear any boots, 6 weeks to 6 months. H. P. Edgington Common to choice heavy fat sows. 4 25 ft 25 style and finish and is a great 7 1.M3 7 SO Light .shippers Somerset had 33 mixed heifers and has a lot of Bourne, Ky. Pigs, (110 lbs and less) 7 007 10 just 9 oz shoes. He ought to make a great sire. His oldest colts are coming steers which he disposed of to differ4 250 00 faUEEP: extra two's and show great speed and action. Any one wishing to see one of them ent parties at prices ranging from 4 to 3 7i4 15 for sale I have 26 good sheep and Goodtochoice can do so on the Lexington Uack where they are nov in training. 2 2o 3 50 Common to fair 6J cents. 17 lambs 12 of these are to lamb yet. SOOTAGt'o LAMi.3. .xtra This is a good chance for the people of Garrard County to breed into the Old phone No. 92 W Jessamine Co. B 006 50 Goodtochoice The Fresh Kid. trotting blood. Buena Vista Ky. Charles Dutrich 6 00(95 75 Common to fair "Young man," said the o!d one, se- best families of the Look this horse's breeding over and see how many they have in the list I was your age I, too. verely, "when thought I knew It all. Now 1 have both sire and dam. reached the conclusion that I know This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1911 at my stable in very little." "Great Scott!" exclaimed the lad. In astonishment; "has It Lancaster, Kentucky, at WINTER TOURIST TICKETS taken you this long time to find that TO and All Right. out? Why, I knew it the minute I $15. a biving Colt saw you! 1 IF I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien re4Gcod Aim. tained on colts for service fee. "Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Hoax "So young Golrox has taken Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. AN ALL RESORTS a'wife. What was her maiden name?" ON SALE DA1L.V Joax "Her maiden aim seems to have VIA been to marry Golrox and she proved good shot for a worn-un.an unusually LANCASTER, KY. Stray Stories. PHONE 95. e. 50-'i- 34. Receipts Shipments Sheen 407 Coming! Til i . f In-- 1 msghty Haag Shows 1911 Kfi-or- d I :- Lancaster, April lltii, 25-72- 11-7- 00 Remember we v ill positively r ItU r c i e en the date named. Believe no one that we are not coming. See Pons Di Pauhlan the Human Bird and his iroplan ihe meter. to Insure Sound I I TZ I 1 JL iT" SOOTHED " W. B. BURTON, REX PEAVINE 1796 DAISY 2nd 2229 !. TTlb 101 1 !T"X - jt. A I I I ANNIE ROONEY 4104 GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, i911. FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL i'tfcii'u.-,.- J l y rHJPPOTRAGUS1-- ! EQU3NUS x it lilt'' . '24m;!''ffyMM AMUiMAk.. PEAVINE 85 CRESTLAND 3173, Vol. 7. $30.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. H. C. KINO, Passenger and Ticket Agent, ON ANY ACEHT QUEEN OR WHITE & CRESCENT ROUTE, E. Main St., LEXINGTON, KY. PEAVINE 85. n II" 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. Crestland is by Rex Peavine 1796. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam Powell's Drenon; he by Brinker's Drenon 1600. Will Serve Mares at parted-with- . Lien on colt for service my consent I claim my fee. Mares kept on bred to another horse or jack without ' i grass at 10 cents per day. Grain "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. 3E zU - Money due when facf, is known or mare fee-Mar- IB l;bh II Mfg. and Guaranteed by wC" Notice! Poultry 4-11- -44 Raisers CURES Cholera, Gapes, LlmbernscH, Roup, Canker, smss Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry cI.ko0? J. Robi. Crume, Bwdstown, Ky. Price sue W. C. FITZPATRICK, Phone for yearjndtMnkltt!jetest MujKub'e BryanU Br&lowri. Ky., uvK "1 have pied R'a'pe pot !tty teinedy mnt!e. llcurrssap'Jimd!ralKrn-ck'wit0'!tU.- I. 1 -4-Will Coom- -, Darditown. Ky., cays: Or.e drcp cf Recipe 1 44 dtopprf down Ibehll pi a fpui8 -- ,M. Ills the bet creventwe I have era juta. wnrm Don't miss that grand FREE Street Parade, at 0:30 a, m. Realy this one feature costing more than the entire production of many so called shows. $100,000 spent 1 425 Rings, P. L. Exchange. PAINT-LIC- KY. at ail urgggtsis. alone in Parade feature's."f3 - SOLD DY R. E. McROBERTS & SON, Lancaster, Ky. To 6--9 Positively No Gambling. i - U. j JVv ' - V-