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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 7, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911040701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 7, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i " ,v :r . v. TWENTY FIRST YEAR. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1911. The Woman's Club will give an exhibit of paintings by Kentucky artists early 'in May. It will be held in the large store room of Mr. W. T. West which has been recently painted and papered and is now very attractive. An interesting feature of the exhibit will be a display of fine handwork, china, and fancy cooking done by ladies in our town and community. This event promises to be novel and most ' infroatinor tn nil Republican Convention. In Louisville last week the Republican State Central Committee fixed the time and place for the holding of their convention for nominating candidates for state offices for July 11th in Louisville, Ky. Judge Walker In Frankfort. State Fair. UNSUCCESSFUL NUMBER 62. ATTEMPT PLANTERS Planters sold in IQIfl 15 This is sufficient proof that it is a good one. Something new that no other planters have. Let us explain it to you. 7 . Judge Lewis L. Walker is holding court in Frankfort this week as special judge in the absence of Judge Stout who is ill. The daily papers devoted considerable space to giving the judge complimentary notice, and it appears that he is making good on the outside as well as in his own district. Higginbotham Property Sold. -- Rev. F. M. Tinder purchased the home place of the late J. M. Higgin- Cast Plow Point Ground Will run as good as NEW. botham, consisting of 77 acres, from the administrator Mr. George T. Higginbotham for $161 per acre. This is one of the most desirable homes near Lancaster. Mrs." Higginbotham will store her furniture and board for the present. Mr. Tinder will take possession of his new home in the near future. Herndon Makes Raid. Deputy Collectors Ben D. Herndon and J. L. McCoy and U. S. Marshal We can save you money if you will let us. John Griffith last week raided a moonshine still on Mud Lick of lower Stinking Creek in Lee county; they destroyed a still, kettle, worm and other and about two hundred gallons of beer. Sam Allen who is said to have run the still made his escape, but warrants are out for him and officers are scouring the mountains in search of him. pare-phernal- The big show, the Kentucky State To Burn Garrard County's Court House. Fair will be held in Louisville from The entire community was shocked .September 11th to 16th inclusive, big Wednesday morning by the fact discovger and better than ever before. ered by Mr. Ed. Morrow when he went up to attend to the town clock that Card of Thanks. some dastardly miscreant had attemptWe take this method of thanking our ed to burn the Court House. many friends who were so kind to us At the head of the first flight of during the sad hours of our great be- stairs that goes into the cupola, and reavement. about twenty feet above the second Mrs. Joe Arnold and Family. floor, some one had collected paper and trash and saturated it with kerosine Governor Fixes Day. and set it afire; a hole was burned in Governor Willson has set May 6th. as the floor about eighteen by twelve inchthe day upou which Shay Penman shall es, and but for the fact that a window be electrocuted. The electrocution will about . six feet above and three feet to take place within the walls of the the left had allowed the rain to beat in at Eddyville, and will be the and keep the spot damp, the edifice first death sentence carried out under would have been destroyed. No clue to the perpetrators of the the new law which provides for electrodastardly attempt has been obtained, cution instead of hanging in Kentucky. Penman it will be remembered is the and it is a source of great mystery negro who in August 1910 assaulted what possible object anyone could have little 11 year old Mary Rankin near in desiring to destroy the court house. Hubble, and who it was necessary to Whoever did it had a grievance against bring the miltiary to Stanford to pro- the county, the officials and every cittect during his trial. Penman is now izen in the county. Had the attempt been successful, in jail in Lexington but will be taken from the monetary loss, there at once to Eddyville. would have been an incalculable loss to Under the new law only the following persons may be present at the exe- the entire county in the loss of deeds, cution: The electrician, the warden mortgages, valuable papers of all kinds and the county records. and his deputies and guards, the sheriff The court house itself is insured for of the county in which the condemned somewhere in the neighborhood of ?30, was convicted, the Prison Commission- 000, but no insurance could reimburse ers, the physician and chaplain of the for the possible loss resulting from the penetentiary, and a clergyman and burning of the structure. three other persons designated by the The records of the court house should condemned, one representative of every from this time on be more carefully newspaper published in the county in cared for, a steel, fire proof vault which the execution takes place and should be constructed at once for their one representative of every daily news preservation so as to avoid any possible paper in the state. chance of their ever being destroyed, should the court house ever by any Judge George pene-tentiary de This space of i a- Haselden Brothers donated this week to the I Union Evangelistic j kd SERVICE. "What shall it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his own soul." M & 9 5 M Memorial MeMist Chick M W : Tuesday Night, April 11th, 7:30 p. m. Daily until further notice. Pastors assisted by :: c :: i H : M 11 t t Patrick H Davis,Evangelist H a 53 53 c Denny Dead. ia Good For Harve. Y CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. Hon. Harvey Helm met with handsome treatment at the hands of the Committee on Committees of the 62d Congress. He was made Chairman of the Committee on Expenditures for the War department, now one of the most important posts at their disposal. He was also made a member of the Committee on Insulara Affairs and also on the Census. For a two term man this is crowding rapidly to the front. Miss Virginia Arnold Dead. Another of Garrard's illustrious sons has gone to rest. After an illness extending over a period of more than five years, Judge George Denny passed peacefully away at his home in Lexington Tuesday evening at 3:30 o'clock, in the 63d year of his age. The funeral ceremonies were conducted at the home in Lexington after which his remains were brought to Danville and thence to Lancaster, where they were buried with Masonic honors, he being a member of that order. Judge Denny's condition had been steadily growing worse for more than a week. His attending physician realized several days ago that his recovery was extremely doubtful and his death Tuesday night was not a surprise to his family and friends who knew his condition. He is survived by three children Miss Eugenia Denny, and Miss Massie Leavell Denny, who make their home with their parents, and Lieutenant Van Hamilton Denny of the United States Army, who is now on the sick list in the Government Hospital in Washington, D. C. He is also survived by a sister-in-laMrs. Eugenia Dunlap Potts, the authoress, who has made her home with Judge Denny for a number of years, and a brother-in-laMr. Wood G. Dunlap, superintendent of the Pepw, t means be burned. Granville Lyon Song Service. 53 As for the miscreant who made the SSSSKEKSSSSSSSKSSSSKi: unsuccessful attempt, he is a menace EfcWrSSKrS6SSiSaSKteMSft to the community, the very lowest of criminals, and no effort should be spared to apprehend and bring him or them to justice. Section No 1168 of the Kentucky Statutes reads asfollows:"If any person shall willfully burn any court house We never get depend on our good farmers to keep that for themselves, county or public prison, or the office of any clerk of a court, of the Capitol of the Commonwealth, or any office therein, or upon the capitol or public grounds We are offering ARMOURS' or any surveyor's or other public office The Best Country Lard BUT within the state, or the office or depot of any railroad or canal, gas, electric light, telephone or telegraph company, he shall be confined in the penitentiary which is made exclusively of the Leaf Fats. The .kind our farmers keep for not less than seven nor more than twen their own use in 3 pound and 5 pound tins at locts per pound. ty one years." "Simon Pure" Leaf Lard -- v C&&X&3S&C&33 I will break your colts or get your old horses accustomed to automobile for 75c per day, Let me handle them 3 10 tf. for you. W. B. Burton. Davidson & Walker. w J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Miss Virginia Arnold who was seriously ill of bronchial pneumonia at the time of her father's death, died Saturday and her remains were laid at rest in the Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon. Miss Arnold was a consistent mem ber of the Christian church, and her death was doubly sad, coming so close after that of her father. The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the family in their double bereavement Calvin Elara Accidently Killed. Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. yjjfflfiii Now is the time to have your old -- Buggy, Carriage or Phaeton During the terrific wind storm Tuesday afternoon, Calvin Elam fell from a telephone pole in Paris and was killed instantly. His remains arrived on the afternoon train Wednesday and were interred in the grave yard at Goshen. The , deceased was the son of Mr. Leyi'lSlam who lives about five miles from Lancaster on the Fall Lick pike. He has been in the employ of Mr. Bas-ti- n of the local telephone company for about four years and was a model young man. He left Lancaster Mon day for Paris, where he had secured a position with the Home Telephone Co., and he had not been at his new position a day before he was killed. Young Elam was on a pole making some repairs during the storm, when it is supposed that he lost his footing and in making an attempt to save himself he came in contact with a live wire, which had doubtless become crossed with the telephone wires, and which caused him to fall. His neck and one arm were broken. Cupid Busy Again. Painted or Repaired. We have first-cla- ss workmen and will do your work right and reasonable. i Best Rubber Tires $ 6.00. 1 w. -- J. Romans, f HELLO! IS THAT r' Beazley C& Haselden? IN- DoTyou write Fire and Tornado YES. SURANCE? Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. The marriage of Miss Sue Anna Lear to Dr. B. C. Rose of Bryantsville was solemnized Wednesday April 5,th at 2:30 P. M. at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Lear. RevF.M. Tinder officiated. The wed ding was a quite home affair, with only immediate relatives of contracting parties, present the beauty of the home was enhanced by an artistic arrangement of ferns and carnations. The bride and groom entered the parlors, to the strains of mendleson's g wedding march, and during the "Call me thine own," was softly played by Mrs. Ross Bastin, the bride wore a becoming traveling suit of tan and carried Easter lilies. Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple were motored to Danville where they took the train for Louisville. The bride is a charming girl and will be greatly missed by the younger set. Dr. Rose is a prominent young physician of Bryantsville and has already made good his calling, he and his bride are among the most popular young people of our'county as was attested by the many gifts received. They" will be at home after April 15 th at the home of- the grooms .father- - near Bryantscere-mon-- - ville. - ' - ".' - per Distillery. Judge George Denny was born at Paint Lick, Garrard county May 11, 1848, and would have been sixty three years old had he lived until May. His father, Alexander Denny, was a prosperous farmer of Garrard county and was of Scotch-Iris- h decent. His mother, Mrs Massie Barnett Leavell, was decended from the French Huguenots. In November, 1870 he was married to Miss Mary Dunlap, daughter of Hon. George W. Dunlap, of Lancaster. His wife survives him, but in recent years has become almost an invalid. In 1870 he was elected on the Republican ticket County Judge of Gar rard. At the expiration of his term as County Judge, he was elected Commonwealth's Attorney of the Eighth Judicial District, winning over the Democratic candidate by 777 votes, while Judge Mike Owsley, the Demo cratic candidate for Circuit Judge, was elected by a majority of 1,700 votes. He was made chairman of the Republican State Central Committee in 1879, and was prominent as one of the party's strongest leaders. In 1884 be was sent as a delegate from the Eighth Congressional District to the National Convention at Chicago. He was one of Mr. Blaine's counsel in the famous libel suit against the Indianapolis Sentinel. In that year he moved to Lexington where he had since made his home. In 1888 he went as a delegate-at-larg- e from Kentucky to the Republican National Convention at Chicago, which nominated Benjamin Harrison for President of the United States. He was a member of the notification committee, entered actively into the campaign, and stumped the State in Harrison a behalf. In 1894 Judge Denny was the Republican candidate for Congressman from the Seventh Congressional District. His opponent, W. C. Owens, of Scott county, the Democratic candidate, was elected by a majority of only 101 votes. Judge Denny contested the election, but lost the contest. Shortly after the election of Governor "Wilson and the other Republican State officers in 1907, Auditor Frank P. James appointed Judge Denny Revenue Agent for Fayette county, which position he held until his (ieath. This space donated this week to c EWLTC SERVICE Of Lancaster and Garrard Co.,by v H. T. "Behold how good and pleasant Loan. it is for brethren to dwell together 'in Unity." - Beginning at Memorial Methodist Church, Lancaster, Tuesday Night, April 11, 1911. Church Pastors Assisted by Patrick B. Davis, Evangelist. Granville Lyon, Song Service. - . -- - ir'v.-- vife.vataB - The Central Regqro incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER, EDrroR.' Entered at the as l'o- -t s St'Coml-Clas- Office in J.ancnster, Ky., Midi Mnttcr. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 7, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices . . .$ 5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 per line Obituaries, '. ANNOUNCEME N TS Democratic Ticket. There are some so called dwellings in certain localities that would not make suitable hog pens, filthy, illkept, unsanitary, suitable only for the breeding of pestilence and disease. Such conditions are a disgrace to a civilized community and they should be remedied without loss of time. The sooner this is done, the better for the health and welfaie of the locality. Le'ts have a "Spring cleaning" right. See that not only the streets aud alleys are cleaned up, but also the houses in the localities where the eyes or the nostrils will easily tell you are in an unsanitary condition. Get after the vagrants, let none escape, white or black.. If you find an able bodied person idle, find out why he is idle, if he claims to be sick, make him produce the evidence, a physician's certificate if necessary, and if he is unable to do this, then apyly the vagrancy laws, let the police judge give him a sentence and then make him assist you in the cleaning of the streets. Let us not be behind our neighbors in ridding ourselves of the drones, not only that but go them one better and place our town in such a sanitary condition that no part of it will offend the eyes or nostrils of the most fastidious. What Congress Will Do. Baseball. Sale Of Stock Of Drugs.- - FO CIRCUIT JUDGE. Hon. Charges A. Hardin, of Mercer. For The Legislature. Many people who are posted on such matters, and who are supposed to know have prophesied that the extra session of the 62nd Congress would be a short one, but the indications are that their 7 " Will make the season of 1911 at life miserable for the vagrants, giving members of the various committees of J.N. Denny farm, AYi miles from them heavy fines accompanied by heavy the House are directed not to report to Lancaster, on Richmond pike at sentences to the rock pile. This course the House during the first session of which the d Congress, unless hereis very commendable, and one could well be emulated by Lancaster. after directed by this caucus, any legisA $20. The Sunday excursion season is about lation except in reference to the followto open, when all the labor in and ing matter: Rex Arbuckle, 1467 by Rex McDonald "First Election of United States around the town, good, bad and in833, he by Rex Denmark 840. different will migrate "across the river" Senators by vote of the people. 1st dam Miss Richmond 551, by King or ts "Injunoplis" or some other north"Second Legislation referring to Richard, by Peavine 58. ern point, where they will spend the the publicity of campaign contributions 2nd dam Jennie Lynn 361, by Stonesummer, to return in the Fall. They before and after election. wall Jackson 72, by Washington Denmay work when they are away from "Third The Canadian reciprocity mark 64. Lancaster, but the majority can not be agreement, general tariff legislation 3rd dam Florence by Sand Maupin's persuaded by any kind of inducement and legislation affecting the revenues Drennon. to do anything in the way of manual of the Goverment. labor when they are here. "Fourth The reapportionment of There is work here for all, of every the House to conform to the Thirteendescription, and for good wages, but in th census. LANCASTER. KY. the early Spring when you want a few "Fifth Resolutions of inquiry and hours of gardening done, you will be resolutions touching upon investigacompelled to do it yourself, for never a tions of the executive departments. "cullud gentlemen" can you persuade "Sixth-T- he admission of the Terto do it for you. It is not because they ritories of Arizona and New Mexico. ' 3173, Vol. 7. are not here, anytime you ma3T find at Seventh Any deficiency bills that Will make the season of 1911 at my least a dozen of them sunning them- the exigencies of the Government may place, 2J miles east of Paint ,Lick, on selves in front of the ramshackle dom- require to be considered at this time, Paint Lick pike. iciles of battle row. Nor are the fe- and bills to correct the enrolling of the Crestiand is by Rex Peavine 179G. male denizens of that sweet scented appropriation bills passed March 4, 1911. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam Powlocality any better than the men. It "Eighth Legislation relating to the ell's Drenon;2he by Brinker's Drenon is almost impossible to secure a cook, District of Columbia." 1600. Will Serve Mares at and when one is obtainable, her qualification are but indifferent, and she will $30.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. Another One Gets Cold Feet. only stay long enough to secure a stake Mares sold, traded, or bred to any Last week Judge William Reed of and she is gone on the first "scursion." other horse without consent, the money live off the Paducah announced himself for the This class of our citizens will be claimed for service rendered by more industrious members of their race; Democratic nomination for Governor. our horse. Mares kept at lOcts per day they always manage by some means, Judge Reed is an eminent jurist and on grass, but not responsible for accifair or foul, most times the latter, to would make a splendid governor, but on the movement of affairs. dents or escapes. A lien retained on get hold of a piece of money, either a he chose an inauspicious time, and the er West The insurance business will also re- colts for the season money. crap game, selling a little licker, or judge has realized this fact, for he ceive careful attention, and no expiraCircus Next Tuesday. some other equally as reprehensible came out last Friday in a card of withtions will be allowed to lapse because practice is brought to their aid, and drawal in which he says that his will be a treat seldom in store of his absence. There was ill advised and was the hard working colored man or womPhone 42-- 5 Rings, P. L. Exchange. made without due thonght, that his for the amusement going public when an is invariable the sufferer. the "Mighty Haag Shows" exhibit at PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. PItEAOHEUSVILLK. Some of them try petty thievery, first duties are to his courts, he being the circuit judge of his district Thus Lancaster on April 11th. but this custom invariable lands them The program this year has been so in the penetentiary, and they have has been removed another obstacle Mrs. Martin of near White's Mill IS arranged as to please everybody, being profited by the fate of their predeces- from the path of the man from Madquite ill. one of the greatest list of features ever sors and seek some other less danger- ison, Will the people who oppose his The postoffice at this place was disoffered by any amusement purveyor. ous method of obtaining a livelhood nomination find another man who is continued March 31. E. Hasg, proprietor of the Mighty blind willing to try conclusions with him, or without laboring for it. The Mr. William Croushorn and sister Royal blood and splendid individuality. Haag Shows, was successful in securtiger evil has about been sqelched here will they try? This remains to be t, ing the celebrated Mons. visited Misses Bartles. Fall boars and gilts for sale. in so far as the males are concerned, seen. They have not yet been able to Pauhlam, as Misses Mary and Lucy Pettus are at but it seems that the women have now lay hands on a man who would stick, as Di' securing one one of the features. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. also of the rarest animals home from the Normal school. taken up the lipuor selling habit. Last soon as they find the pace set is too known to animaldom, "The Hippotra-gu- s Rev. A. C. Baird and wife were visweek two of them were caught red warm, they leave the track. Equinius," which today is almost iting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw. handed and fined heavily, a sentence to With Judge E. C. O'Rear, E. T. extinct; when added to his large zoothe rock pile might well have accompanMr. Homer Cress, of Monticello is logical collection will make it second to ied the fine, for if they will follow Franks, Ed Morrow and Lieutenant visiting his uncle Mr. J. M. Cress. none. these nefarious practices they should Gov. Cox seeking the nomination for Rev. E. B. Thornton was preaching These two features are alone worth expect nothing else but to suffer the Governor at the hands of the republican at Beech Grove Sunday, good crowd the price of admission and with other full penalty of the law for their wrong party, a warm time may be expected. was present. However, the one who is so lucky as amusement enterprises would be the doing. Women suffering from headcrowning feature, while with the MighT. W. Payne has bought the fchouse The Devil is ever ready ts furnish to win out for the nomination wins but ache, backache, pain Inside, or ty Haag it is only one of the many and lot owned by the heirs of Henry nervousness, or any other ailmischief for idle hands to do, and if an empty honor, for he will surely suf features offered by the big Southern Blankenship. ment resulting from female these women were forced to seek some fer defeat at the hands of Senator Circus. .There will be meeting at the Baptist trouble, should get Cardui and honest means to earn their livelihood, James B. McCreary. church here Sunday, every body invited use It regularly. Cardui has they would abandod these practices. Attention Sheep Raisers. to attend the services. j been found, by thousands of laborBees kill off the drones, the non Never Out Of Work. ladies, to relieve female weakMiss Ruth Durham, who hasjbeen ating class, their more thrifty neighbors Now that the time for the moving of ness, by restoring to health tending the Normal school at Richmond refusing to allow them to reap the The busiest little things ever made the Spring lamb crop is drawing nigh it the weak vomanly organs. fruits of their toil. We do not would be well for you to remember the is visiting her brother Mr. T. J. Durare Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every severe remedies as the beas pill is a sugar-coate- d globule of health, recent ruling of the Kentucky State ham. employ, but we do advocate one which that changes weakness into strength, Live Stock Sanitary Board. would force them to go to work and languor into energy, brain-fa- g That ruling is substantially, that no into earn a living. one is allowed to remov sheep from Take mental power; curing Constipation, There are existing laws on the stat- Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. his farm for any purpose until the flock ute books, city ordinances, which if Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son has been inspected by the county in rigidly enforced would not leave an able spector, and that officials certificate 1m Mrs, F. S. Mills, Murietta, bodied citized, male or female idle obtained that the sheep are free from within the city bounds. Calif., tried Cardui and writes: The evil effect of spitting on the scabies. Why not enforce them? It should be street is as nothing compared to the The rule also applies to all transpor"I don't think anyone can done, other places are doing it, why fatal effect of spitting in church and tation companies, forbidding them to recommend a medicine more down the throat of a "sapey" Unless it is done our public places. It is disgusting to think move any sheep, or to accept them for not L.ancasu-i- ' chicken destroys the worm highly than I can Cardui. I town will become a refuge for the idle of walking over and soiling shoes with shipment unless accompanied by a cerand saves the chick's life. A had a mishap, followed by Infew drops in the drinkinsr water who flee from the laws that are being sputum on the street, but when a mass tificate from the proper officer. 1 positively beflammation. enforced by our neighbors. We are of tuberculosis germs are spit in a The law provides that the Fiscal CURES and, not certain that this is not already to building kept close and dry it is but a Court shall employ and pay such an inlieve I would have died, had PREVENTS GAPES some extent the case, many of the un short time until there is flying in the spector in their respective counties. white diarrhoea and other chick It not been for Cardui. When diseases. desirable negroes from neighboring air thousands of germs. The giving of Mr. A. D' Leavell has been appointed I began taking it, I could not towns are frequently seen .on, our consumption is not the only one which inspector for Garrard county, as was One 50c Bottle of stand on my feet After takstreets,especially on public days, and it people get into their mouths by breath- noted in the Record several months ago ing two bottles, I was cured, is a certainty that they are not looking ing grippe, diptheria, pneumonia and at the time of his appointment. .and I now weigh 165 pounds," Every farmer who has lambs to sell, other prevalent diseases are thus taken Makes 12 Gallons ef Medlclae. for work. Try Cardui it will help you. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of would not be a bad idea for the into the lungs of healthy people, why or sheep, should call on Mr. Leavell It Sold everywhere. this medicine on hand. Ask for free booklet oa K45 board of health to cooperate with the dont people stop this deadly habit they and have his flock inspected and secure . jjtseaiea and should decency and humanity , the necessary certificate before dispos-- j police , department, and clean up the K. IVlOUnt, OOn o CO ingofthem. domiciles as well as their tenants. demandit. Sixty-secon- prognostications were without foundaWe are authorized to announce J. A. tion. If they do one half what has Doty, as a candidate for the Legislabeen cut out for them, they will be in ture, subject to the action of the Dem- Washington until well along into the ocratic party. winter. Champ Clark says until September 1st and he has as good an idea as anyone. Neither were the conjecFor The Leglskte. tures of the knowing ones that they would deal only with the reciprocity We are authorized to announce John M.Farra as a candidate for the Legisla- agreement correct. The following adopted by the Democratic ture, subject to the action of the Demcauevs can give an outline of what Conocratic party. gress is expected to do, and if they do one half of this, Speaker Clark will not fall far short of his prediction in sayA Suggestion. ing they will be there until Sept. 1st: "Resolved, That the Democratic Our neighboring towns are making Michigan against Central University, Hughes & Swinebroad have just sold Danville, Ky., Tuesday April 11th. for F. P. Frisbie his stock of drugs, Lovers of baseball may expect a fixtures, stock of jewelry and soda good game in this one, as. the Mich-iga- fountain. The sale was made to R. E. are one of the strongest teams McRoberts & Son, Morrow & in the country and Central has considand J. E. Stormes R. E. Mcerably strengthened their team and Roberts & Son get the soda fountain made vast improvements over the team and fixtures there-witMorrow & as it lined up last year. A goodly del- McRoberts get the jewelry, cut glass, egation will go over from Lancaster to etc, of which Mr. Frisbie has a very see the first big game of the season. splendid line. R. E. McRoberts and J. E. Storms get the store fixtures. The Bum Show. soda fountain, stock of jewelry, and Lancaster has stood for much in the some fixtures will be moved at once, past in the way of bum entertainments, and Mr. Frisbie will sell the stock of but the limit was reached last week drugs at the old stand while closing up when "Professor" Smith, colored, and his outstanding accounts etc. We are his troupe of near minstrels blew into glad to state that Mr. Frisbie, who is town. They were greeted by a splendid one of our most substantial citizens and crowd on Friday night, and on Saturday a business men, has no intention of leavgood many of the same crowd attended, ing Lancaster. but for a different purpose, they were seeking revenge for the punishment John Salter Dead. they received on Friday night, and they Again are we called upon to chroncollected what was coming to them. Sufficient to say that the mention of icle the death of another Confederate an egg or potato would serve to stop soldier. This time it is John Salter. the show and put the entire troupe in a He died in Crab Orchard Monday and his remains were laid at rest in the panic in the future. Lancaster cemetery Wednesday morTry This On Gaping Chicks. ning at 11 o'clock, funeral ceremonies being conducted at the grave by Camp Take a tight box, and heat a stone D. V. Logan U. C. V. Drawn and real hot, put it in the box then put a by age, privation, disease and piece of screen wire around it, so the from honorably received wounds, he chicks will not get against it and get would not have been taken for one of burned, now put in the chicks that have the bravest men in the Southern Conthe gapes, have a board that will cover federacy, where there were so many the box tight. Then pour on the hot men. He was "one of Morgan's stone about a spoonful of carbolic acid; brave men", in Capt Bob Logan's company, the stone must be hot enough so the was captured at Cheshire, Ohio with acid will fry and smoke. Cover the Morgan and sent to Chicago prison box quickly, leave the chicks in it four where he remained from July '63 until or five minutes; it will sound like they March '65, being exchanged only a few are smothering, but they will be all weeks before See's surrender. right. Take the chicks from the box Judge J. W. Alcorn in conversation and put them out, and in a day or two with Capt. J. A. Doty, who was in the they will not gape any more. This resame company with Salter, paid high medy scarcely ever failed and it is tribute to him as a man and a soldier, easily done, and not expensive. saying that when he was wounded at the battle of Milton Tenn., his only Fiscal Court Meets. anxiety was to know if he was shot in The Fiscal Court of Garrard County the ;back, and when he found that his met Tuesday and dispatched business wound came honorably and from the promptly. Judge A. D. Ford, County front, he was satisfied. Clerk J. W. Hamilton, Squire J. P. He was 66 years of age and was the Bourne, Logan Ison, Harrison Ray and son of Thomas K. Salter, at one time J. W. Coldiron and County Attorney J. among the wealthiest man in Garrard E. Robinson being present. Mr. B. F. county. Hudson was elected Treasurer of the county which position he has held very A Good Man Honored. satisfactory for several years. Mr. A. As a mark of the esteem in which he D. Leavell was made stock inspector as is. explained at another place in this is held by his employers, Mr. W. G. issue. As this was the regular time Kemper the popular cashier of the for aljowing claims against the county People's Bank of Paint Lick Ky., has there were many of them allowed been appointed to do special agency Insuranwnich will be published according to work for the Fidelity-Phoeni- x law. The members of our Fiscal Court ce Co. which he represents. While the work required of him is of are all fine gentlemen and have the but a temporary nature, yet i,t is of a interest of the county at heart. very intricate character and such that Mail Route Discontinued. can be trusted to but the very best men :n the employ of the company. On Saturday April 15th. the Ftar Mr. Kemper has been cashier of the Route Mail Line running between this People's Bank since its establishment, place and Danville will be discontinued. and it has prospered under his careful The postoffices at Hedgeville and Hubmanagement like the proverbial green ble will be supplied from the Lancaster bay tree, within the last few years office by lock pouch over rural route paying six per cent to its no. 2. stockholders. This announcement will be a source of Not only is Mr. Kemper a capable de p regret to the many friends of Jim banker, but he is equally as efficient an Hatcher, the popular stage driver. insurance man, which is evidenced by a During Jim's many years of service business built up by him second to none on this line he has made many friends, in the county. both here and in Danville. Clever affaMr. Kemper's new duties will conble, accomodating, he will be sadly sume about one half of his time, which missed. grantNo more faithful or efficient mail the directorate of the bank have ed him. During his absence the afcarrier ever worked out of the Lancasof ter postoffice, and during his long ser- fairswill bethe bank will go on as usual and looked after as carefully as vice there has never been an adverse if he were there, which he will be sufreport made against him. These facts ficiently often to keep a guiding hand will be readily attested to by postmastns ts, h. HENS r I to I V2 m'k-yMmm-'W- y mm-j&jmt'- S Roosters 5icts. Ducks 10c, Eggs, 1 This space is donated this week to li to 12cts. Union Turkeys 10 to 13cts. Coal from H. 1 EnupMc Services , i By J. R. Mount, Son Co. 1 to 14cts "Set your hearts unto the words which I testify among you this day; for it is not a vain thing for you; for it is your life." Memorial Methodist Church, B. NORTHCOTT, DEPOT STREET. Tuesday Night, April th, 7:30 p m and daily until further notice. Pastors assisted by 1 1 . mis-hap- en Paper Cleaning, Don't Repaper this season. Have your f Patrick H Davis,Evangelist Granville Lyon Song Service. Paper Cleaned. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Noticed Poultry Raisers 11-4- 4 CUKES . m J. J. Phone 340. Faulkner. Lancaster, Ky. T 5 Rex Arbuckle 1467. Combined Stallion. NOVE AS GOOD- NO CUKE, ICO MisiKaile Bryant. Bir&town. Ky., for years and iluakiuhelal : "! haw u:0 Rnpe 1 poujlrv rriredy made. 1 curi anj !Lr,i:-c- k wit' o jt fill." tjrn-.XVUConnii. BarJrtwn. Ky..MTK "One dirp o Rrcipc M down ll.ti" tf a jjpini ciuclctn k'Ai the worn .d icIIctm t!.. ctjck iistaat'y. W.t .t .rcvativ.- - i ha etr mrii." ?r-c- c Mfy. aadGuara-.ttc- J i".;i:L Cruras, EiHsJc'i.T. 5Cc zl til Dfujisis. ..? 4-- 1HUlCiU, iapC5, LI'llLKl iiCCft, tUIUU, CAi-S- I'laire Vl LdMlM:!t3 Diarrhoea and ail Diseases of Poultry .. tt cd R. E. McROBERTS & SON, Lancaster, Ky. To 9--6 &st0&iisimHyr& gjg; iniim You'll Have To WHISTLE a long time for even as good lumber as ours. You can whistle forever and 8! For Living Foal lakiRkl f mMIkimw I. j re i ii mil", vww av.i m .!S DENNY BROS CRESTLAND. get no better. There isn't " any. "We stay on top in the lumber business just Bw)7 !iilIKl81II m&j&sEsa gZlgvS-ilLi-i j 1 because of the superiority of cur bean:., boards, timbers, etc. Ask any builder if it pays to buy the best lumber. s His answer should make you our customer. semi-annual- ly Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. Lgi immwmm.1 wnr THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capita! $50,000. Surplus 25,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. WCFitzpatrick Oakdale Herd of A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres'L J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, Book-Keepe- r. I Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Registered Curocs Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. aero-planis- - When Sick advo-cate- as Easily laid can be laid right over wood shingles if necessary Fireproof Stormproof Last as long as the building and never need repairs. For further detailed information apply to Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, CARDUI -- Your Wife has much to do with your success or failnre. If she's thrifty your fortune's half made. If you could see the names of depositors in our books a large proportion feminine ones you'd see the key that i ;x z9avie--.. opens the door of con tentment in old age. Big reason in this fact We permit the opening of an acconnt with as small a sum as $1.00 which when added to, even in small amounts, will not only surprise you but greatly oblige The Garrard Bank ckTrustCo v HE"v Bourbon Poultry Cure oicg-tTu.-coul- J. o --J- . - I 1 rT3JBrLJBrvgLSEn&TB&j&rmLanLaE2r&& STOP Everything New. &"$& &T&3&lbJg?yZ3hJ&'7!EMrWTM iSSh39)uSS'iuPaS. VOILE SKIRTS ranging in prices from $5.00 to $16.50. SILK UNDERSKIRTS from 3.50 to $10.00. King's Tailored Waists in latest cTkfodels. The most attractive patterns in New Foulard Silks and handsome Trimmings to match. If you wish SLIPPERS BECOMING to you; you should BE COMING to US. Ij-WTI OUT IT HM&. B Everything Attractive. i Prices Low. Mjse ?sLmj&p wssrzjaar i M e Joseph A, . m&your Tauit it you are not using 14 ft rcantile lilg er Co. i , -- V'i r ... ... I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. , Glen Lily or White House Set of oak furniture and hat racks for sale. Mrs. W. B. Mason. For all kind of magazine, see Mrs. Dollie Brown at Joseph store. J 'FLOUR. It's the BEST and it is made in your city by lost In city of Lancaster the first of this week a pair of glasses. J. T. Pope. C. Brown Leghorns eggs, 50c for setting of 15 or 3.00 per hundred. Mrs. J. M. Cress. Phone 380G. 2m Stanford R F D No 4. S. We have a full force of first class workmen for buggy painting and repairing. W. J. Romans. -tf Garrard Milling Company. PHONE 47. Lancaster, Kentucky. S. C. R. I. Red- s- Eggs For Sale. Eggs $1.00 per 15 from pen, 50c from range. S. A. Hill, Lancaster. Ky., R 3 box 41, Phone 391-- We are prepared to give you first class work in Buggy painting and W. J. Romans. -tf Wanted. ubscribe For The Record MrrJlirfMp.lfrtJJgfiprg; rfJMirlMrrfMirtfllrlMfrS. tf? Five hundred and repair. W. old buggies to paint J. Romans. For Sale. Standard bred hornless short horn bulls, models in form and choice breed ing. A. M. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. 2J Strayed to my place about a week ago a pig. Owner can have same by paying all charges and describing the pig. Call at this office. Annual Flower Sale. Blue .Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. t. The Baptist Aid Society Flower Sale wille begin April 29th instead of the 15th, at C D Powells Old Stand. Mr Alex West milked three cows during the year 1910. One of these cows was a registered Jersey, one a high grade Jersey and one a Shorthorn. Mr West used about one gallon of milk per day at re- home; the rest he sent to the Creamery, for which he ceived $190.31. Richard Anderson has returned from gram for the meeting. a stay in Louisville. Miss Jeanie Lacky is recuperating afLittle Eugene Dunlap who has been ter a several days illness. quite sick with grip is better. Mrs. Eliza Farris will celebrate her Dr. Wm Burnette was called to Louis- ninety first birthday April 22. 3J2X3 ville by the critical illness of his brother. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of A Brief Mention of the Comings and Danville are guests of Mrs. Rebecca by hose wt Are Interested In. uoings Mesdames Jesse Wearen and Plum-mWest. Kincaid of Stanford were with Mrs. Belle Perkins is in Stanford Lancaster friends Saturday. James N. Denny was a visitor in visiting her daughter Mrs. Crit EuMiss Carrie Hatcher of Atlanta Geor- banks. Richmond Friday. gia is here visiting her brothers Messrs MissTommie Francis was in Danville Jim and George Mrs. E. L. Owsley has been in LexHatcher. for several days visit. ington visiting Mrs. Judge George DenMrs. T. J. Price left Tuesday for a ny and family. W. L. Dalton of Paris, was a visitor visit to her sister Mrs. Judge M. H. in Lancaster for several days. Fish Rhenehart of Danville visited Mabry, of Tallahassa, Florida. his cousins Misses Rclla and Mary Miss Katharine Arnold of Louisville Miss Delia Tinder is at home from Arnold Sunday. is a guest at the Simpson House. London where she has been teaching in The C. W. B. M. had their regular Little Elizabeth Logan Simpson is the Sue Bennett Memorial College. meeting Wednesday afternoon at the improving after a serious illness. Mr. and Mrs. George Bogard of Rich Christian church. Mrs. Belle Perkins is in Stanford vismond motored to Lancaster Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denman were iting her daughter, Mrs. Crit Eubanks. and were guests of the Misses Doty. with friends this week, to attend the Mr. Thomas M. Wilson of Cave City Nuptials. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hndson left Tues- Lear-Ros- e has been a recent visitor in Lancaster. day for a stay in Oklahoma City, Musk Judge Alcorn and his son, Mr. Miss Katie Lee Denny is at home af- kogee, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, and also Alcorn, of Stanfort, were in ter a visit to Eminence and Shelbyville. in Missouri. town Tuesday on legal business. Mrs. O. H. Hendren, of Danville and An "Auld lang syne" evening was Miss Sarah Chenault of Richmond the Misses McWhorter, of Paint Lick, given by Miss Sue Anna Lear to her was the guest of Miss Martha Tinder. were guests of their aunt Mrs. W. S. classmates and chums. Monday night. Miss Mabel Mason was in Richmond Carrier Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Schilling and Mr. and wtih her parents for a visit of several Misses Eliza and Chastine Rucker Mrs. Coons of Richmond were guests days. and Misses Emma and Ora Estridge of of Mr. and Mrs. R. Zimmer Sunday. Mrs. J. G. Carpenter and daughter, Paint Lick took in the Millinery openof Stanford were in Lancaster Satur ing here Saturday. The Ladies Aid Society of the Chrisday. tian church will meet Saturday afterMiss Bettie Myers V est will enterJesse Arnold, of Frankfort has been tain tbe Embroidery Circle this Friday noon at the home of Mrs. V. A. Lear. with Lancaster relatives for a short afternoon. She will serve an appetizMrs. Bettie Landram's many friends visit. ing luncheon to the guests. will be glad to know she is able to sit Miss Brunette Arnold, of the Normal Miss Mayme Lee Ballard has return- up after several weeks illness of grip. School in Richmond, is at home for a ed home after a very pleasant months Miss Bettie Myers West will be the visit. visit with her cousins, Misses Anna Lee hostess Friday afternoon at the EmMiss Minnie Johnston is at home for and Marguirite Woolfolks, at Lexing- broidery Circle an inviting repast will be served. a visit from the Richmond Normal ton. School. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie goes as a deleMiss Lettie Mae McRoberts left Miss Mary Elmore is here for a visit gate to the Presbyterian Missionary So- Wednesday to visit her friend Miss to her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ciety which will meet in connection Moore of Lexington and also to attend with Transylvania Presbytery to con- the fraternity banquet of the class soElmore. vene at Mt Vernon from April 11th. to ciety of her alma mater College of Mr. Roy Gooch, of Harriman Tenn., the 13th. Lynchburg Verginia. was the recent guest of Miss Lucy WalThe Mary Walker Price Chapter of Mrs. C. C. Brown was hostess for the ker Doty. the U. D. C. will meet Monday after- Embroidery Club Friday afternoon at Mrs. Banks Hudson, of Danville was noon at the home of Mrs. S. C. Denny. the Presbyterian parsonage. A most the guests of the Misses Francis the Mesdame Fred P. Frisbie and John M. dainty and inviting luncheone was servpast week. Mount will arrange an interesting pro ed. The following new members were Mrs. Thomas Slavin of Paint Lick has been visiting her cousin Mrs. Geor- iossip About enrolled Mesdames Frank B. Marks-burJohn M. Mount, D. W. Bridges and Miss Letty Mae McRoberts. y, IsNVV 1 The following announcement has been received by Lancaster relatives, 'Robert D. Anderson and Miss Blanche Harring ton were married in Wichita, Kansas.' At home Harper Kansas. The groom is a son of Mr. Wm. Anderson, a former citizen of this place. The groom's mother is also a Kentuckean, having been a Miss Lytte of Stanford. Mr. J. W. Acey of Stanford and Mrs. Delia Hughes Arnold of this city surprised Lancaster friend by going to Lexington Thursday and being united in wedlock's holy bonds. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hughes, of this place, and a handsome stylish woman. She is accompaned by good wishes of her Lancaster friends to her new home in Stanford. Ken-dric- Red Top Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- factory Hoofing made today. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. ASK YOUR DEALER Haselden Bros. flmm g ge D. Robinson. Miss Elizabeth Simpson, of Marks-burwas the guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Simpson. y, MjrE MMfMulfMlffWfrlJlTrSMfE (MlrlMirlllffrirB JJTMnlJlrBirBflrBMfrlJlnli The value of the milk used at home being $36.50 or a total of $226.81; or $75.60 per cow; per year. DOES IT PAY? t VG I 1JLJIV -- .afc . BETSY'S POINTERS Mr. and Mrs. Roy Acer Haynes of Hillsboro, Oho, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Masonr .Mrs. Wm. Moss is Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. lliailiailiWllimilMlrMli imnBMfflmWm&Mn I don't think the height of misfortune has ever been reached yet, although many of us have often made a good try for it. Molly and I staged this little scene for you, dear reader, just to help you forget your troubles by trading at the Cash Store of R. S. Brown's at home from a Col-so- Prescriptions Compounded with ACCURACY and CARE at JUjlif! S3 protracted visit to her mother Mrs. of Middlesboro. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brown will n at- up-to-d- ate tend the Transylvania Presbytery which convenes in Mt Vernon. Miss Leila Teater of Buckeye, has been the guest of her cousins Misses Ora and Vivian Prather- - FRISBIE'S DRUG STORE. IfglBfHi'gMMlTrlM JMjIlMMiUiTMll (i MfMrigJMMrrgJl"iJP P Easter Flowers of Quality Gladden the Hearts of your friends by ordering a nice box of r R. 4' Qui Flowers, W. McROBERTS, Lancaster. Honak I personally guarantee every box to be satisfactory. f - rf -.- .- . - - i yX? Midnight In The Ozarks. ARE YOU DEAF? i t X X This space is donated this week for Union Evangelistic SERVICE i and yet sleeping Hiram Scranton, of Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed. He was in the mountains on the advice of five doctors, who said he had consumption, but found no help in the climate, and started home. Hearing of Dr. King's New Discovery, he began to use it "I believe it saved my life," he writes "for it made a new man of me, so that I can now do good work again " For all lung diseases, coughs, colds, asthma, croup, whooping cough Catarrh Is Probably The Caase Get hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quinsy, its the best known remedy. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Soru. ... -- ? Mildred C, a high-claregistered Of The Cause. saddle filly has been sold by Collins & If you have catarrh and have con- Remdon, of North Middletown to Mat-lac- k & Shropshire, of Winchester. She stant ringing noises in your ears look will be campaigned this season by Billy into the matter at once. It's a pretty sure sign that cattarrh Shropshire, of Paris, who will show her is spreading and is making its way at all the principal Kentucky fairs. through the Eustachian tubes that lead At a sale of Jersey Cattle by F. W. from the nose to the ears. Schaffer & Company, at Burona, 111. When catarrh gets to the ears parMarch 7, 57 head brought an average tial deafness follows. If you have ring 33 per head. ing noises in your ears go to'R. E. Mc- of $158, The best yearling wss bought by Mr. and get a HYO-MRoberts & Son y H. V. Prentis of Worcester, Mass. at outfit and drive out catarrh. $400 and afterwards sold to Jas F. To cure catarrh HYOMEI should be through a pocket inhaler for Middleton, Shelbyville, Ky. by wire. ss to-daEI Rid Farm and Stock. For A Good Cause. We call your particular attention this week to the advertising space of I Messrs. H. T. Logan, Haselden Bros. aoaopooooooootwxxxtoQonfroaooooooooo Mount Son & J. E. Stormes and J. R. Co. Their space ha3 been donated this week for a good cause and it is to be hoped that the meeting at the Methodist church will prove a great benefit to Is the best teacher,- - so come and get our people. the be3t SHAVE to be had at rCARDS "J OOWOfrOO 8000 9 1 l EXPERIENCE Q"' THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS The Business of Sitting Out. By LOUIS HAMMAN, M. D. ..''.' s, HENRY DUNCAN'S Barber SnopoN Richmond Street. We make a specialty of Honing Razors. FLATWOOD Mr. Henry Conn is on the sick list. .Henry Miller continues in a very critical condition. Miss Estella Arnold has recovered from her recent illness. Good Hope Sunday school is flourishing fifty-eigin attendance Sunday. Willie Ball who has been suffering from a dislocated shoulder is able to be ht By JOHN E. STORMES. "How shall we escape if we neglect so great a Salvation?" riemorial Methodist Church. Tuesday Night, April 11th, i at 7:30 p. m. Daily until further notice. Pastors assisted by J J out. Eva and Gertrude Meryman were guests of Mrs. M. F. Cormeny Misses Sunday. Misses Maggie Arnold and Cleo Mor gan returned to Herea Monday after a ten days visit to home folks. Miss Dora Douglas visited Mrs. Alfred Owens at the Gibson Sanatarium last week Mrs. Owens continues to im- prove slowly. Patrick H Davis,Evangelist Granville Lyon Song Service. breathed about three minutes, four or five times a day. Just pour a few drops into the hard rubber inhaler and breathe it for a few minutes. It kills the germs; soothes the- irritation; heals the inflamatlon; stops hawking, spitting and snuffing. HYOMEI keeps the throat free from mucus and prevents crusts in nose. The complete HYOMEI outfit which includes the little indestructible hard rubher inhaler, a bottle of HYOMEI and simple instructions for use cost $1.00. Separate bottles of HYOMEI costs 50 cents at druggists everywhere, or at R. E. McRoberts & Son who sell it on money back plan. Try it today for catarrh, coughs, colds, or sore .throat. i?ree trial bottle by address ing Booth's Hyomei Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 1-- m Jersey Bull Ueni S. Williams of Winchester, Ky., recently sold what he considered the best pair of mules in the State to Hardin Field for $600. The pair weighed 2610 pounds. Mr. Williams also sold three other pairs last week one for $470, one for $400 and one three-year-old Claude for $525. A HOPEFUL MESSAGE TO SCALP SUF- FERERS AND MEN WHO'S HAIR IS THINNING. 3 bald later. The same is true of scalp diseases. In fact baldness is a scalp disease. The trouble with the greasy salves and lotions, the dandruff and scalp cures you have tried so far is that they don't do so-call- ed Dandruff now You must address yourself to the task of sitting outdoors day after day most faithfully. You must make It your constant occupation and stick to It as though you were paid money for get the idea it If you do not firmly set in of continuous rest your mind you will not succeed. By rest I mean lying down In a bed or chair In the fresh air. You are not to spend any time In a closed room except when bathing or dressing or eating. Rest all the time. Take no exercise or work until your doctor Simpson 88427 Season 191 1. J. w. S WEEN EY. H. Office d. TINSLEY, County Surveyor. PAINT LICK. Coming! The Mighty Haag Shows BLOOD POISON. Cured By The Marvel Of The Century, B. B. B- .- Tested For 30 Years. Lancaster, April llth, 1911 Remember we will positively exhibit here on the date named. Believe no one that we are not coming. See Pons Di Pauhlan the Human Bird and his airoplan the metor. Drives out blood poison in any stage permanently, without deadly mercury, with pure Botanical ingredients. To prove it we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE. If you have Ulcers Eating Soars. Itching Humors, Swellings, Mucous, Patches, Bone Pains, offensive Pimples or Eruptions, take B. B. B. Botanic Blood Balm). All symptoms heal quickly, Blood is made pure and rich, completely changing the entire body into a clean, healthy condition, healing every sore and stopping all aches, pains and itching curing the worst case of blood poison, druggists or by express $1 per large bottle, with directions for home cure, samples sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe youre trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by F. 1-- m P. Frisbie. VARK8BUKX. Noah Marsee sold a cow and calf to Joe Robinson price $40 Mrs. Sallie Fox and Miss Bettie Roys- ton were in Danville Friday. John Marcee sold to Charley Dean pair of broke mules price $425. Business meeting of the church Sat urday morning at eleven o'clock. Mr. Whitaker and son Clyde of London are guests of Mr. Kelley Hogg. Mrs. Fannie Pollard purchased from Smiley Walker a safe horse paying for if v rHIPPOTRAGUS1--, it $175. Mrs. Ethel Orel White City Florida has been visiting her aunt Mrs. Ed Mr. H. E. Rucker of Louisville has been visiting his parents. After a siege of grip Mrs. H. L. Wallace is able to be out again. Mr. Lucian Treadway and son Qunton were in Richmond Monday. Mrs. Tom Logston is the guest of her mother Mrs. G. M. Treadway. Misses Lucy and Nellie Higgins left for Normal school at Richmond. Dr's Carman and Patrick made an Auto trip to Danville last Friday. After a serious illness ol pneumonia Mr. John Terry is able to be up again. Mr. Dave Hervey of Louisville spent several days with home folks last week. Mr. John Burgess of Louisa, Ky is the guest of his brother N. M. Burgess. Mrs. J. H. Burke of Richmond spent Monday with her daughter Mrs. Joe McCormack. Mrs. Millard Highland of Paris was the guest of her mother Mrs. Martha COLUMN Ely last Sunday. Miss Jacie Kransgill of Carlton Ind. arrived Sunday to trim for Mrs. W. F. dpaee below this heading la for the excluParks this season. sive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for Miss Annie Boone Ballard of Madison the sale of stock, grain and such things on Institute was the guest of her parents farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four Saturday and Sunday. lines, and will be only in two issues of the Miss Mattie Woods who attends Ukcobd, free of charge school at Berea spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents. for sale A nice 2 year old filly Wm Several of the young people had the Royston R. F. D. No 1 Lancaster Ky. pleasure of taking dinner with Misses Louse and Nellie Rice Sunday. for rale 12 good young milk cows some with calves at side and some to The children and grandchildren of Mr W. L. Todd surprised him by meeting be fresh soon. J. G. Conn. at his home last Saturday and celebratFOR SALE Some thoroughbred Duroc ed his seventy fifth birthday with a sows and pigs. J. M. Cress. Phone boutif ul dinner. There were about forty anything but temporarily relieve the itching and cake the dandruff so it doesn't fall until its dried out again. Nothing can cure really cure such trouble but a real scalp medicine that will kill the germs causing dandruff and scalp disease. Learning from leading fellow drug-ist- s throughout America that they had found a whirlwind cure for dandruff, eczema and all diseases of the skin and scalp R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store on proving to the laboratories compounding the treatment that it is the most prominent drug store in this city secured the agency for the remedy. This remedy is ZEMO, the clean, liquid preparation-tha- t kills the germ of disease and ZEMO SOAP to wash the scalp or skin clear and clean of the dandruff or scale and by its antiseptic qualities soothe and heal. Sold and guaranteed by druggists everywhere and in Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & Son. tells you no walking, no standing, no rambling, no riding, no driving, no housework, no ofHco work, no chores, no trips, no vis-Itno knocking about, no odd jobs, no exertion of any kind. Put yourself at rest in the open cHhipld Lancast air after breakfast and stay Dr. Veterin o- - there. Do not be forever jumping up and doing little things about the house or fetching and carrying. Every morning sit out; every afternoon sit out; every evening after supper sit out or lie In your outdoo. bed. and pi Offlice at Svweney's Llv nfl Lancaster, ,l j ! POSTED The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price E F Herring W A Price S L Rich W S Embry Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin E. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. H. FARMER'S I Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold H C Hamilton, W G Anderson, G Y Conn L H Brown T W Conn J G Conn G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. J Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett C G Gay W K Leavell E Dunn John Boian Offiice over Logan's store. E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath R. E. Thompsan Booth Thompson Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6j J. PATRICK, Dentist. All Work Guaranteed. Kentnc Paint Lick, DR. Win. BURNET' Phvsican and Surgeon. fOO000000e09000C000600eOOOOOOC LIVE STOCK MARKET. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, Gut su Flowers March 6 Receipts Shipments CATTLE: Shippers Batcher steers extra Good to choice Common to fair Heifers, extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra Good to choice Cattle 880 132 - Hogs 2578 SOo Sheep of QUALITY. I six present. WHEN HER BACK ACHES. 380G. 6 J5006 I want one hundred veal calves age weeks to 6 months. Woman Finds AH Her Energy And 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 alone in Parade features. 1 Perkins. Mr. Pete Bray and family of Tennessee have located on the place of Minor Teague. Messrs John Royston, Virge Chesnut and Perry Tuggle made a trip to Lexington last week. The ladies working society will meet with Mrs. Eugenia Berkele next Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Mr. Billy Blanks who has been nursing a lame leg the effects of being kicked by a horse is about well at this has been to Broadhead to visit his sister and his mother who is at Livingston has returned. Mack Emery colored one of the oldest citizen of Davistown fell dead while at the plow handle one ev.ening last week. Miss Emma Combest of Casey county and Miss Mary Cunningham of Junction City were guests of Mrs. Logan Burk Sunday. Mr. C. C. Cable the up to date merchant at Marcellus has had gas lights installed in his store. Mrs. Sallie Pence has also had gas lights put in her home. Mesdames Eliza Ballard, J. C. Williams, Taylor Burdette, John Bryant, and Mr. Joe Bryant motored to Danville a few days ago in Mr. Wiliams new car. Mrs. Kate Adams entertained at her home Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Heilbron who came over from Lexington to fill his appointment at Pleasant Grove church. A fine colt belonging to Clate Arnold while he was trying to break it reared up and fell on its neck leaving the leaders of the neck very much strained the colt still remains in a bad condition. C. C. Cable who H. F. Edgington Bourne, Ky. . Ambition Slipping Away. Positively No Gambling. ALLEY GREGOR Record 2:19 Jay Bird 5060 Sire oi 131; dams ol 3-- 4. i 43401. Trotter; Chestnut Stallion; about 16 hand; 7 years old. Registered Vol 17. 79. Allerton M2S Record 2 :09. fcircof 201: darasof :tc. In- cludme Naucy Koyco Gussle Wilkes. Dam of 2. 2I06J4. LacondaFJ 2:02. etc. Gen. Forrest 2 w ' Robt McGregor 7 o Iter.ord2:17J4. "I Pirl Mrfireirnr. nd Alley Sire of 111; dams oflKS. 3 Uecord 2223V. ana cr an a jlandB. . Uregor2:l!S. 5 Dam of May Uird 2:21l4 dam of Trocar 2:17. Pearl McGregor 'iiiS.'i. ?. George Wilkes 519. s m. aire oi 83; dams of 201. Lady Frank ByMambrlno Scares. Great brood mare. Mambrino Boy SJ1. BIreof 15; dams of 43. Nora Wilkes. By George Wilkes 519. Major Kdsall 210. Sire of 1 ; dams of 1. Naucy Whitman untraced. Seneca Chief 378. Hire of 4; dams of 15. Jenny. By Champion Grlnnels. Dam of Jericho 230. Grandam of 4. Canners Lancaster women know how the Fruit Bulls, balognas aches and pains that come when the Extra 250 kidney's fail make life a burden. Fat balls Backache hip pains, headache, dizzy CALVE8: extra Fair to good spells, distressing urinary troubles, all large .. tell of sick kidneys and warn you of the Blacker- Common and packers and butchers HOGS : good stealthy approach of diabetes, dropsy Mixed packers and Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney Stags Common to choice heavy fat sows. Pills permanently cure all these disLight shippers orders. Here's proof of it in a LanPigs, (110 lbs and less) caster woman's word. 4 354 SO Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. SHEEP: extra Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St, Good to choice 3 854 2 2 60 3 75 Common to fair Lancaster, Ky., says: "My experience LAM15S: extra 6 85 0 00 with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. 8 236 75 Goodtochoice say that they live up to the claims Lexington, Kentucky. 6 50 6 00 Common to fair made for them. I suffered a great deel from backache and at night could not sleep well. On several occasions my back became so painful and weak SPECIAL EXCURSION that I was unable to attend to my housework. Being advised to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a supply at Frisbie's Drug Store. They helped me from the first and I am grateful to think." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and Round 11 Round take no other. Common to fair and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Asparagus, ries, Raspberries, Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. 000 00 5 S56 00 75 5K 3 65 5 75 6 00 4 50 5 00 2 25 5 25 4 50 5 CO 2 50 1 25 2 SO 2 75 4 35 5 15 5 00 4 755 23 8 757 C9 4 506 00 3 00fi 25 6 6 05 B 00 0 75 4 00 5 00 4 25 0 00 6 85 6 95 6 B0 85 Ware McRoberts. """"" 254 Henry L.Casey,D.v.s. VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. United States Arm y "v J 591 105 Office Telephone Si and 4M. at Logan's Stable. DANVILLE. KY. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street. Residence Phone 9. Office Phone 89 Call and see us for a good i Hair Cut and. Clean Shave. The Oily Two Wk'te Barters Ii Tews. See the tall slgnNorth side of Public Square. M. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, April 9th. HOUSE.. ud COUNTY J. E. Robinson, LAWYER ATTORNEY. Foster-Milbur- sl IfllBBBni a 1 1-- m Trip HJ SH Practice In all State Courts, and TJ. S. District Court. Office over Police Court. Phone 194. Will 1 BUCKEYE. -- ALLEY GREGOR is one of the best trotting Stallions in Kentucky. He has a lot of style and finish and is a great acting horse. Don't wear any boots, just 9 oz shoes. He ought to make a great sire. His oldest colts are coming two's and show great speed and action. Any one wishing to see one of them can do so on the Lexington tiack where they are now in training. This is a good chance for the people of Garrard County to breed into the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1911 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at -- 'St. .15. to Insure a fciving Colt Sound and All Right. Lien re tained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. W. B. BURTON, -P- HONE,95. LANCASTER, KY. o . 7c- - " ,- SPECIAL TRAIN Mrs. Nora Teater viBited her sister-Mrs. L. L. Sanders at Crab Orchard. Miss Nancy Long of Cottonburg has been the guest of Miss Agnes Miles. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Mr. Lewis McCulley and family spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bogie Mrs. Wilson Hurt and childred spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs. Harrison Ray. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest Miss Ruther Ray of the Richmond ORGANIZED 1883. Normal school is with her parents .Mr. Saved His Mother's Life. and Mrs. Michel Ray. "Four doctors had given me up," Miss Jennie and Katie Mae Dicker-so- n writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca, of the Richmond Normal School La. , ' 'and my children and all my friends were with home folks recently. OP LANCASTER, KY. were looking for me to die, when my son insisted that I use Electric Bitters. CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $30,000. Kicked By A Had Herse. I did so, and they have done me a world . W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wis., had of good. I will always praise them. narrow escape from losing his Electric Bitters is a priceless blessing a most r. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., to women troubled with fainting and leg, as no doctor could heal the frightdizzy spells, backache, headache, weak- ful sore that developed, but at last ness, debility, constipation or kidney Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it comdisorders. Use them and gain new pletely. Its the greatest healer of ulhealth, strength and vigor. They're cers, burns, "boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs bruises and piles on guaranteed to. satisfy or money refund- corns, Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. 25c, at R. E. McRoberU ed. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberU & earth. Try Son. &Son. v, - i - Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co I w Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone 340. Public 'Square. Second hand clothes sold on commission. (- -- I (Y h. W. Faultier, Wgr. Office Hoars 8ft.m to tt. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes Drug Store. Office over ' i !$e Citizens National Bank i Book-Keepe- B- - IP. "WOLTER. DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 65. I have just opened up a new, clean Barber Shop on Lexington-stree- t Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. office and will be glad to. have my - next to the post 5 - VJ cold-sore- s, it Tools, Sharp Rafcors, Close Attention i;- friends to call and see me.- Clean 1-- m 1-- m -- '. JOHN .DUNCAN, t ? ?- -- i it ' '.1 .- - . . .. v- - , -- ..- S. - . rr HI 5otJSjt'b- - - -- , J- -J ' I