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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 14, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911041401_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 14, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWENTY FIRST YEAH. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 191 Next Sunday is Easter Sunday. I NUMBER 1. r' ' J? This IT Planters sold in IQlfl is sufficient proof that it is a good one. Something new that no other planters have. Let us explain it to you. Cast Plow Point Ground Will run as good as NEW. V We can save you money if you will let us. f- - CONN Lancaster, Ky. I &3XSSmE&3C& J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Ollice Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. f 'wmm0 MM Now is the time to have your old Buggy, Carriage or Phaeton $ Painted or Repaired. We have first-cla- ss workmen and will do your work right and reasonable. Best Rubber Tires $ 6.00. 1 W. J. Romans HELLO! s n IS THAT Beazley Phone ol: call on us 2& Doyou write Fire and Tornado YES. Haselden? ? at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Drop in Saturday and let us dress you Line of new stetson hats just refor Easter, Every thing new and up to ceived for Easter. H. T. Logan. Line of new neckwear and silk socks date. H. T. Logan. just received for Easter. H. T. Logan. No Excursion Sunday. . The ladies of Lancaster and vicinity The C. W. B. M. auxiliary observing are invited to attend a scientific demThe L & N people have asked us to its annual week of prayer held in the onstration of house cleaning without announce that there will be no excurnames of the members. work or dust, in the parlors of the sion to Cincinnati Sunday April lGth. The C. W. B. M. exchange will be Kengarlan Hotel, April 18th at 2:30p m. The first excursion will start April 30th Mrs. Ida Tinsley. ODGn Saturdav mornint? at the Post I . . Mrs. Lackey 111. umce, buy your master cakes ana salads Base Ball. I will break your colts or get your The Lancaster school team defeated Mrs. D. M. Lackey continues quite old horses accustomed to automobiles the Richmond High school team Wed- ill at her home on Danville street. for 75c per day, Let me handle them nesday afternoon after a hard fought .mis win De saa news to a great num ' 3 10 tf. for you. W. B. Burton. game. A good crowd witness the game ber of Lancaster people, for Mrs. Lackey has always been as attentive Our Boys will play the Danville team to the sick and distressed in the comLancaster Girl Loser. Friday afternoon. munity as any other person in our Miss Cordelia Hamilton, daughter of midst the clergy not'excepted, Mrs. Isaac Hamilton of this place, and Mr. Rhea In Town. who condncts a millinery establishment Mr. Thomas S. Rhea of Logan Big Meeting. in Middlesboro, was loser to the amount candidate for the democratic nom of about 200. because of high water in The evangelistic services at the ination for state Treasurer was in town Middlesboro last week. Methodist church everv morninsr at 10 Tuesday and paid the Record office a o'clock and every evening at 7:30 o'pleasant visit. Art Exhibit. Mr. Rhea is a brother of the noted clock are being enjoyed immensely by The Womans Club exhibit of Ky Art John S. Rhea, one of the most cele- the many people who attend. Evangewill be held May 12 and 13. In addition brated attorneys in western Kentucky, list, Patrick H. Davis is conducting the to these attractive pictures, many arti- and once a power in democratic politics meeting and is a fine preacher. The cles of fancy work will be displayed. ajuguig la ucaui.ii.ui. .EjVciy one 13 ill- - r in Kentucky. J Beautiful music and nice refreshment Mr. Rhea is an affable gentleman vited to these meetings and much good fes will make the occasion a very interest- and has his brother's knacks of making will be done. ing one. friends of all with whom he comes in Fisical Court. contact, and if he is not closely watchNow Use Them. ed he is going to win the nomination At the meeting of the Fiscal Court The womans Club has purchased for the office he seeks. last Saturday, the live stock inspector's large, strong garbage cans, and they salary was fixed at $125. annum. The will be put in convenient place around Fair Officers Elected. county treasure's salary was fixed at the square and at the post office. The $300. per annum. Dr. Wm. Burnett The officers of the Fair company Mayor sanction this effort of theClub to county physician and his held a meeting on Tuesday and deci- was V' AJ make the street cleaner. The official ded to incorporate under the name of salary fixed at $200. per annum. 2 board commends the act, and it is hopThe County treasurer's settlement ed that all paper and such refuse will "The Lancaster Fair", articles of in and the sheriff's settlement was filed corporation will be filed at once. be put in these cans and not thrown upThe following gentlemen were elec- and approved by the court. on the the street. ted officers for the ensuing year:- - W. B. Burton, president; J. L. Gill, SecBoyle Court. retary; F. B. Marksbury, treasurer Judge Walker began a four weeks and J. B. Bourne, G. C. Walker and R. term of Circuit Court in Danville on L.5;Arnold, vice presidents. Monday. The appearance is not The boys are already at work and heavy but there are a great number of active preparations are being made to old cases on the docket, both equity make this the greatest fair ever held and common law, which the judge pro- in Garrard county. poses to get rid of, either by trying them or having them dismissed, in Public Sale, of 63 Acres of Land. New School Buildiug At Manse. short, he proposes to have a genuine The county board of education on last On Monkay, County Court day, "Spring cleaning" in Boyle, as he has Saturday purchased of Mr. E. C. April 24th 1911, at 11 o'clock a. m., at We never get depend on our good farmers to keep that for themselves, had in other counties. for $350.00 a lot near Old the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky, Paint Lick church upon which will soon I will sell to the highest and best bidTankersley Goes To Pen. be erected a handsome new school der, without reserve, d or limit, On last Friday deputy sheriff C. A. building for the Manse district. This for cash in hand, 63 acres of 'land on Wc are offering ARMOURS' Robinson took Quincy Tankersly to the improvement is not done before it is Gilberts Creek in Garrard County, Ky. penetentiary. Tankersly was convictneeded for, the old school house is whol- This land is all in grass and is located ed at the last term of Circuit Court of ly unfit for school work. Some of our 3J miles S. E. This is a the killing of his cousin James Ross most progressive citizens live in this good farm and is going to sell to the near Flatwood in July 1910, and was district and they have been working high dollar. Any one desiring to see which is made exclusively of the Leaf Fats. The JJkind our farmers keep for given an indeterminate sentence ol years, and knowing their interest in ed- the farm will call on Hughes & Swine-broa- d their own use in 3 pound and 5 pound tins at 15cts per pound. from two to twenty one years. ucation we look for a modern model of Lancaster, Ky. Possession at While in Frankfort Mr. Robinson school in operation in the district in a once. BOOTH THOMPSON collected the amount due by the state few mnnths. By Hughes & Swinebroad, Real Esto the various Garrard .county officers. This is a move in the right direction tate Agents. and we congratulate the people of the Chbesc Famine Degaties; McKeafeee Paint Lick district in their enterprising spirit to promote the welfare of their Charch. public school. In fifteen minutes, $15.00 was con1nera are other districts in the county tributed recently by McKendree church that could and should follow their exat Hubbell in offering taken by the pas- ample. tor. Inside the following week the offering was relieving destitution in ChiAdvertising Pays. na; the U. S. Government making cable transmission of funds direct to Bank at The secret of the success of the PeKing the capital of China, and where Mail order houses, and the reason they . the food depots for famine relief are are enabled to pay an annual dividend centered. The Chinese famine of today of 33J per cent is the liberal use of is described as one of the most appall- printers ink. Their goods are no beting in human history. ter, and after counting the delivery charges, are no cheaper than the artiNotes Of The Evangelistic. cles you will find at the counters of the home merchant, but they advertise Preparatory service Sunday night the 9th at the Methodist church with their wares, not only with large cata full house and all churches be present- logues, but through the columns of the magazines and newspapers. ed the interest excellent. Perhaps if the merchants who do the Ten minute addresses on "Prayer" most complaining against these houses and "Power" by Pastors Tinder and Brown had superior attention each one a would devote a little less of their time to grumbling and a little more of their thoughtful earnest message. E can save you from nr-Evangelist Davis and Lyon in preach capital to advertising, they would be able to in a measure check this growing and song service will conduct ser V $10 to $20 on strictly vice daily during present and coming ing evil. Set forth the virtues and prices of week; 10 a. m. and 7.30 p. jn. prompt, nigh grade tailored-to-ord- er commencing Tuesday night April 11th your wares through the meduim of fitlmSSf during the 20 days of meeting special your home paper, let the people know clotnes through our advanservice in home of sick aged and shut that you have the same goods for the in people, will be served when notified. same money, and perhaps less than This will include a radius of 6 to 7 miles these people, and you will surely find connections in country as well as in tows, and is to in the long run that every dollar invested in advertising is a dollar well spent. meet want of those unable to leave Chicago tailors their homes B. Walker Shocked By Lightning. J. In event of overflow attendance at night service, permission has been Mr. J. B. Walker had a Yery unique given for use of Court House auditori- as well as dangerous experience this um ushers will be in charge of seating week. Few men there are who can at all services. boast of being struck by lightning, and live to tell the tale. Mr. Walker has and rrw New Ice Delivery Comprny for Lancaster. gone through this illuminating 'exstyle, correct Within the next two or three weeks perience,' and is none the worse for it. Hfly honest workthere will be established in this city a Early Monday morning in the midst of new ice delivery company to be known the severe thunder and lightning storm mansnip and absolute satis-- JKjPjKZjiJL as the Lancaster Ice Delivery Co., W. he went to the barn with a colored boy H. Campbell Manager. Mr. Camp- to do the morning milking. A bolt faction. Select your favored fiFIP bell comes from Richmond and has the from the blue, though it was black reputation of being a young man of at the time, struck a tree in the yard JgfT W pattern and let us talce your sterling qualities, strictly honest, ac- of Mr. Neal Bennett's place adjoining, M n Novelty comodating and deserving. This "new and richochetted to Mr. Walker's barn. Dip Front, No. 7 17 measure today. firm will open an office here with tele- He was instantly stunned, and was carphone accomodations, and will estab- ried into his house unconscious. Prompt lish an up-t- o date delivery service, medical aid averted any serious effects, making delivery of ice to any part of and after a short space he fully rethe city, in any quantity desired, any covered his strength and faculties. He hour in the day, and every day in the fully agrees, however, with Prometheweek, during the season. This firm us of the ancient fable, that it is best will haye oh hand at all times a large to let the fire from heaven alone. His H B v supply of ice, and will be glad to fur- friends are delighted with his miracunish, residences, business offices, lous escape from death. Richmond stores, meat shops, soda fountains and Register. The above refers to Mr. James B. any other concern in town using ice, v Walker, a brother of T. B. Walker of and also invite out of town residents to stop at office and get a big piece of this place. Mr. Walker was more .serice to take home. The location of of- iously injured than the above article fice etc will be announced in a later would indicate, and while no serious issue. Give these people a trial and results are apprehended, yet reports see if the ice furnished, weight given, from his bedside are that he will be low price charged, and service render- - confined to his home for a couple of weeks. 1 ed does not warrant your patronage. ft i 1 . ... f Ml u DD IV I P 1 II U 1 I 1 OPENING I I i s m Thur sday7 Friday, Saturday I " APRIL 20th, 21st and 22nd Come Early ed And Look Through. dc-cke-t Talk about good horses, read the back page of this paper and select them. HrtSELDEN BROS. The Best Country Lard Mc-Whor- by-bi- BUT "Simon Pure" Leaf Lard Davidson & Walker. B H & I r S&f - ffilfSSk witn IsifMSFa Itageous nSMiM rffff I I I I I I H deliver unquestioned fit, - I I I - I H I Three-Butto- H H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky. I I I ! The Central Record Editor W. L. Moore of the Whitley humanity's sake, and to save some one Republican of Williamsburg with his notoriety. from useless wife and son are registered at the incorporated. Secretary of the Treasury, Franklin Mr. Moore has made an offer $1.00 a year. McVeagh, in an address before the Ac- on one of the best two hundred aGre Issued Weekly. ademy of Social and Political Science in farms in Garrard-county- , which will GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Philadelphia bitterly censured the Civil probably be accepted. war pension list. He said that while it There is evidently more money in x&$ Entered at the Post Ofllce In Lancaster, Ky., was given rise to by a worthy motive, journalism in Whitley than in this Mail Matter. as Second-Clasyet it had drifted into a political list, county, and had lost all vestige of patriotism. Member Kentucky Press Association Pull For It. Secretary McVeagh warmly advocataud es a system of pensioning old civil serLeague. Eighth District Publishers In another column of this issue will vice employees of the government. He old men and women be found an article from the Lexington believes that the Lancaster, Ky., April 14, 1911. who have given the best part of their Herald which would indicate that the lives to the government, even if the Lancaster Development Association, or service was of a peaceful rather than a at least its president is not letting any Rates For Political Announcements military character should be cared for good thing, or even the possibility of a in their old days, as well as the old sold good thing escape them, For Precinct and City Offices .'...? 5.00 In the event the capitalists interestwho were more strenuous in their 10.00 iers For County Offices ed in the traction line now running inefforts. For State and District Offices.... 15.00 Secretary McVeagh very wisely ad- to Nicholasville can be interested in the 10 For Calls, per line vocates the contributing system for extension of the line to this place, it 10 For Cards, per line their pensioning, which if he could only behooves the people of Lancaster and For all publications in the interget the employees themselves to agree Garrard county.to lend every assistance est of individuals or expresin their power toward securing it, and to it, would prove a solution of the sion of individual views, per leave nothing undone that will aid the a" line Development Association or its officers 05 Obituaries, per line Chicago editor, in their very laudable undertaking. H. H. Kohlsatt, a when summoned before an investigat1st 2nd 3rd ing committee of the Illinois legislature Burley (Crop 1911) ANNOTJNCEME N TS Red Leaf $10 $5 $2.50 revealed the fact that a "slush fund" 10 Bright Leaf 5 2.50 of $100,000 was raised to elect William Cigarettee Wrapper 10 Democratic Ticke1. 5 2.50 E. Lorimer to the U. S. Senate from Bright Trash 5 10 2.50 inIllinois. His assertion seem to be FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Best Four samples from a single crop controvertible, as he is supported by ill III wlBBiT embracing Red Leaf, Bright Leaf, CigHon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. such men as Cyrus W. McCormick, -'i-. xov president of the Harvester Trust and arette Wrapper and Bright Trash $10 '$i&i Dark (Crop 1911) 1st 2nd 3rd others. For The Legislature. $10 $5 $2.50 In view of the recent facts brought Austrian Leaf Black Wrapper 10 - 5 2.50 to light in the matter, senator Long or African Leaf 10 5 We are authorized to announce J. A. 2.50 has introduced a resolution in 10 5 2.50 Doty as a candidate for the .Legisla- the U. S. Senate to have that body re- French Leaf 10 5 2.50 ture, subject to the action of tr e Dem- open the case, and in the event he is Italian Leaf FOR THE DEMOCRATIC DR. C. F. CRECELIUS, CANDIDATE 5 2.50 ocratic party. .successful and Lorimer is again tried Steming Leaf , any typelO Best four samples, each sample repNOMINATION FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. by that body, he will doubtless be oustresenting different type $10. Dr. Crecqlius is from one of the prin Dr. C. F. Crecelius of Pendleton ed as the complexion of the senate has For The Legislature. For conditions of entry write to Sec- county, cipal tobacco growing counties, has alchanged considerably since he was candidate for the democratic by the 61st retary of Kentucky State Fair, Louis- nomination for Secretary of State was served that county for four years in the lowed to hold his seat We are authorized to announce John ville, Ky. and premium list will be legislature. He is a courteous and eduCongress. M.Farra as a candidate for the Legislahere Wednesday getting acquainted cated gentlemen and should he be electture, subject to the action of the Demwith our people and urging his claims ed we have no doubt he would make a General Stanley Williams, a ocratic party. Suits Dismissed. whose home is thought to be in to the office to which he aspires. Dr. splendid officer. He has already provLouisville, was killed in a battle with race en himself a good friend to the tobacco In the Franklin Circuit Court last Crecelius is running the kind of polit- growers of the state, being the author in Mexican Federal soldiers last Saturday. week, Judge Walker presiding as speci we would like to run were we Amen Brother. of the Crecelius Tobacco Law. ics, he as yet has no opposition, Williams led a forlorn hope, seventy al Judge, the cases of J. C. Cantrill Americans, against against roundly men, most of them d The Middlesbor John C. Noel and J. C. Can-triLancaster Masons Honored. berates the newspaper correspondents the entire Mexican eighth brigade seven against the Kentucky Journal were Her Only Fault. of that city because of what it terms hundred men. The battle lasted seven dismissed, a demurrer having been susHer virtues made a lengthy list At the annual election of Ryan I speak of Mrs. Tuggle "the grossly exaggerated account in hours, Williams little body of Insurrec-to- s tained in the Noel case because the deK. T. in Danville on Tuesday But somehow she could not resist coming out with only twenty of the daily newspapers of the recent fendant in his answer said the alleged night A wild desire to smuggle. J. W, Sweeey was elected Gentheir members, while the Mexican false and malicious cloud burst in that vicinity." statements about eralissimo and J. S. Haselden Warden ' 'Bunny' ' The Record has been importuned by, forces lost one hundred men. Cantrill were made in a judicial proceed Costly Knowledge. a number of people who have friends Durning, formerly a reporter on the ing, and therefore he was not liable for for the ensuing year. "Yesterday my husband threw into Louisville Herald, was with Williams a copy of the in Middlesboro, for the $50,000 damages claimed by CanResidence Changes. the furnace a fine new pocketbook papers that they might read an in his wild charge and was uninjured, trill. In the case against the Kentucky he'd had only a week." and with the true instinct of a newsaccount of the great calamity which Journal in its answer stated that it was Rev. F. M. Tinder will move to his "What did he do that for?" had befallen that city as chronicled by paper man wired the news of the bat- simply publishing judicial proceedings, recently purchased property, the "He had just learned that there the daily press. One message to the tle to the Herald. and therefore was not liable in damaghome on Stanford Avenue, were more than a billion microbes on daily press read as es, and its contention was upheld by this week. Mr. John F. Holtzclaw an old two dollar bill he had been After Judge Sanford had decided the court. April 5 Damage estimated at over will occupy the place made vacant by carrying In it" $1,000,000 was caused here last night several points in favor of the Coca Mr. Tinder's change, having rented it by a cloud burst- - Half of Middlesboro Cola people in Nashville last week, the Electric Line. for the remainder of the year. Vindicated. was under water. Coal mines were Government attorneys moved that the Barnum's Intimate friends were Mr. John M. Farra, of Lancaster case be dismissed, which was done. flooded." Tobacco Season Closes. chiding him for having incautiously a sample of the alarming The move for dismissal was made in who has done a great deal to bring his This is but given utterance to the opinion that Telegrams to the daily papers announ- the people like to be humbugged. messages sent out. The facts as given order that the Government might take town and section into the prominence "Shucks!" he exclaimed. "It won't by Middlesboro papers show the loss to an appeal to the higher courts, and the they deserve, was here yesterday to ce that the tobac.ro warehouse will close have been but trifling as compared matter will in all probability be now meet some of the officials of the new in Danville on April the 20th. for the make any difference in the success of my show." with what these reports would indicate, taken to the Federal Court of Appeals KentuckySecurities Company which is to present season. It didn't take over all the street car and interur-ba- n The Danville warehouses have done a few houses in the low lying district in Cincinnati. Upward of $200,000 has lines in this section, in order to lay a splendid business this season and were a few inches under water, and already been spent in the hearing of Idle Curiosity. there was some damage to wares from the case. The main contention of the before them the advantage that would Garrard county is in a measure respon"There Is a man at one of thpt local the rising waters, and a few families Government is that the preparation accrue both to the company and to the sible for it, having practically no marksection which would be served by ex- et of their own and Danville being the hotels from Oinhosu. did have to remain up all night through contains caffeine. "I r '. s go down and tako a look at tending the interurban line from Nich- the nearest point, the business natur and the railroads and mines sus fear, nlm." Hon. Tom L. Johnson died at his olasville to Lancaster, and ultimately ally went there. We hope that by the? tained some !. damage from the cloud "What for?" coming of another season wp will be burst, but nothing like what the re- home in Cleveland O., Tuesday night. to Stanford and Danville. looks "I merely want to see if The road is already completed to prepared to take care of the tobacco anything like his prototype Inhe ports would indicate. There is a ten- Mr. Johnson has made a noble fight musical dency upon the part of "space writing" for life, sick over two years, the last Nicholasville, and the distance from raised in Gfcrraio. county on the home comedy." correspondents to distort every item few months of his life has been a hard tnere to .Lancaster is some tweiittwo market. as rich as any they send to their papers, to build battle for existance, his physicians miles through a Feared a Real Calamity. Dr. Minor Missing. mountains out of mole hills. Middles- giving him on several occasions only a in the State. True the Kentucky river "Why did you abandon your motor boro is not the only locality which has few hours to live, but his, vadomitable would have to be crossed, but those The wife of Dr. O. Raymond Minor, car trip so abruptly?" suffered from this evil. Down here in courageH?i tvill power outwitted them. who have traveled the pike down the "Oh, my wife Is so superstitious! the blue grass every happening vsr Mr. Johnson was a spectacular figure gentle incline to the river on this side of Louisville has asked the police of After we had run over the thirteenth some loeaIijh;s "is grossy exaggerated in democratic politics, a single taxer will recall how easy other vehicles pass that city to endeavor to locate her man she said we ought to turn back before it reaches the daily press, every and advocate of three cent street car over it, while on the other side is a husband, who she alleges has been otherwise she felt sure we should meet street brawl becomes an alarming oc fare in his native city of Cleveland, of valley with moderate grade to Bryants-vill- missing for nearly two weeks. Mrs. with somo accident!" Pearson's. thence along a comparatively lev Minor is seriously ill at her home on currence, one or two- citizens discuss- which he was four times Mayor, he west Broadway, the result of a recent el plateau to Lancaster. ing some infraction of the law are dis- was also twice a Congressman from Between. Friends. The road will open up practically new operation. Miss A. Dolly seems to have co torted into a mob, and the least little the 21st Ohio district Mr. J. S. Minor, father of the miss- idea at all about how to dress herself. territory filled up with thrifty people would which ordinarily occurrence, who are anxiousfor an outlet En ing man, refuses to discuss the matter What I wear she wears. never reach the daily press, is distor In the mines of the Banner Collierly to state that his son is Miss B. (sweetly) Oh, yes; she's ted and exaggerated in order that it at Littleton near Birmingham Ala. 121 route from Nicholasville to Lancaster futher than Dr. Minor, is a always making herself ridiculous one on business. are a number of small towns. At may become an attractive news item, convicts were killed by black damp fol T. Minor, who formerly way or another. London Opinion. else they well know it would not be lowing a supposed powder explosion, Camp Nelson there is a large federal brother of E. lived here, and the son of J. S. Minor published. there were about thirty of the number cemetery nearwhich a town has sprung Times. newspaper notriety is white, the remainder of them negroes up, while at Camp Nelson on the river who erected and formerly owned the This kind of Milling plant. "According to notions, to the community from The accident was supposed to have is one of the largest distilleries in the Garrard detrimental it was impolite to mention trousers In which it is sent and is discouraged by been caused by a slight powder explos country. The latter has to rely entirethe presence of women." A Good Show. all correspondents who place the prop ion setting fire to coal dust and produc ly on the river for transportation of its "Yes. That was In the days before output and immense amount of supplies er value upon news items, who as the ing the awful "black damp". At Lancaster was treated to something women were so darned eager to wear News-Rec- o d puts it "know a news Throop Pa. three miles from Scranton, necessary to run tha establishment this week which is a rarity with them, them." item when they meet it in the big 76 men were killed by Are in a coal Then there are Bryantsville, Camp Dick a real good circus. The "Mighty Haag road". Neither is it encouraged by mine, the origin of the fire is unknown Robinson and other smaller towns and Show" is the best attraction that has EVIDENTLY GOT IT CHARGED. villages. the daily press. visited this place in a long time, and present, although Lancaster is The daily papers instrnct their corbix hundred delegates attended a At very justly attracted a large crowd, miles from Lexington,-i- t respondents to confine themselves meeting at Elizabethtown Saturday but thirty-fou- r A good crowd was out to see the ' requires a railroad ride of ninety W strictly to the truth, but they of course held by the good roads advocates from show unloaded, which showed their have no means of knowing that some the counties along the old Louisville miles and many changes of trains to keen anxiety to see a good show. of their stuff is a fake when it is sent and Nashville turnpike. Committes reach here, besides consuming more The street parade was exceptionally them. The correspondents themselves were appointed and plans set on foot to than three hours of time. It is really good and drew an immense crowd. are solely to blame in the matter, put the old road on the basis of a mod easier for the people of that thriving Many comments were heard on their many of them care little for the wel- ern highway. The one day plan seemed and progressive little city to go to Cin- stock, it being above the average of fare of the community in general, or to prevail in sentiment, and it is prob cinnati to do their shopping which they even much larger aggregations. at least it would so appear from the able that August 15th will be the day. would be glad to do here if they could. There has been added recently to the In order to obtain the road Mr. Farra character of stuff they send in. They tells us that the people of Lancaster list of animals with this show a baby everything except how lose sight of non. unie james win iormeriy open camel of the silver haired variety, the many inches it is going to make and his campaign for the Democratic en- and Garrard county would contribute little fellow was born in Elizabethtown how many dollars they are going to get dorsement for the United States Senate liberally to its construction. From Ky. April 6th 1911, and is only a week out of their inventions. at Nicholasville on April 17th. His what we know of the route and the old now. This is the only animal of A newspaper correspondent, one of opponent Senator Paynter, will be in- people it would serve, we are sure that this paticular species ever born in capthe proper kind, sends to his papers vited by Mr. James to be present on the Securities Company would find it tivity, and it naturally will attract a only genuine news, and in as few the occasion, and in the event of his profitable to investigate. It could be great deal of attention, not alone bebuilt cheaper than the line from Veras possible, they are paid to attendence he will be accorded words cause of its rarity, but because of the a divis- sailles to Frankfort and wonld open up send in the news, not to write editori- ion of time. it is a native of Hindostan, just as desirable a section. It would fact that most superstitious countries als, if there is editorial comment to be Maud I took the ring Charley gave one of the undoubtedly be a great thing for Lexmade, their papers have a man who reluc- me for Christmas to the jeweler's to in the world, whose people are Carter H. Harrison Jr. was elected ington, while proving of inestimable will attend to that. The correspond- Mayor of Chicago last week for the valus to Lancaster tant to allow this species of camel to price it as well as Stanford, pass to the hands of strangers, they Mamlo What did the jeweler say? ent should make sure of the authenti- fifth time, this time by a plurality of which so far as reaching this part of Maud He asked me If I wanted to city of every article before sending it, over believing the animal to be an omen of know the cash price. seventeen thousand vot s. Har- the State, is in the same condition as good luck. be sure it is a news item, and above rison's father, Carter H. Harrison Sr. Lancaster, besides proving a paying in all things do not unnecessariiy injure was a Kentuckian and was himself any community or investment both in passenger and freight the character of A Resemblance. "Never Oit Of Work. several times mayor of Chicago. He traffic W. P. Walton In Lexington dividual, rather than do this sacrifice was The new hata for the women assassinated by a crank named Herald. Aro in every The busiest little things ever made We've shown them, and store; look llks hel- an occasional article of minor impor- Prendergrast. they seen something that would be as well Pills. Every tance, are Dr. King's New Life Mets knights of old once wore. Lost on Friday, April 7th, between pill is a d globule of health, unsent, and in whose happening the T. S. Elkin's store and the rock quarry that changes weakness into strength, world at large is but slightly interestThe Way of It Wasted. on Danville street, a round gold handle languor into energy, brain-fa- g into ed, and whose sending would work an 'T see where a Chicago preacher A salesman and collector for Gar parasol with the name, Miss Erma unnecessary hardship upon some unmental powerp curing Constipation, aays that modern woman's clothes are items rard Co. who can furnish horse and Charleroie, Pa., engraved on han Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. an Invitation to Bin?" fortunate person. Batter news "The bill for hia wife's new dreaa Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son than you ever found are suppressed buggy on salry. Singer Sewing Mach dle. Return to S. B. Elkin, U-1" probably made him want to awear." newspapers, for ine Co. Incorporated Danville Ky. 2t , Lancaster, Ky. very day by great 3 i' Ken-garle- n. T3::e on-ZTTix- e Something NEW in the CULTIVATOR LINE. Item s J&BmKm&k: jg&tXiOr arzr. i The New Deere Corn Planter. Greatest of all. Call and we will gladly explain the merits of these Implements. aBBMlilffMfMIIII J. R. MOUNT, SON r '! C& CO. HHBaHIHsHflHIHr La-Folle- tte Notice! Poultry Raisers HI peltry 1hfe 4ML1-4- 4 CURES Cholera, Gapes, LimhernecR, Roup, Canker, xovn as nooo-j- co Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry cuiic, xo nr f Srabu. Ken-tucki- an Miss Katie Bryant. ELiritown, Ky.. wys: "I h.iv- - uvd R.cirr 4-- 1 144 fcr yean sad tflnLittHe best tly made, llcur-- i zapjani!iira!rr-clVi;"tfsJ.- " iVj-p- rd V.'i.l Coomi. Drdlowri. Ky .says: "0-- s Jrrp of Ucc e 4-- 1 dawn iho !"! ci a eapias cruclrn lua the wormiidid etSich"cl.ics!au!y. !,istibrtt rr.vr.!.Y- - I have ever uxrL" Mfg. and Guzrar.UcJ by J. UtiL Crcc.e, Ky. ilee 50c at all R. E. McROBERTS & SON, Lancaster, Ky. To 9-- 6 News-Recor- ll Com-mande- ry You'll Have To WHISTLE a long time for even as good lumber as ours. You can whistle forever jjcl iiu uciici. j. Mid-dlesbo- ro and j Hig-ginbotha- m follows:-"Middles-bo- ro uere isn i any. We stay on top in mm wMf&s02zy7M miM timbers, the lumber business just because of the superiority of cur besn:., boards, etc. Ask any builder if it pays to buy the best lumber. His answer should make you our customer. i 5 I Lancaster Lumber & Mff2 Go. iwMwrf THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- e, A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice - J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. ay BUSINESS. c Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. I .3fl'U j B5Jr,'''l ? . new today. Roofi put on over twenty years ago are as good a For further detailed information apply to Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, i V PAYING- m ffli, - rACC0UHT5l 3. Ask The Book-Keep- er lilt 1 4 j IHwiMlAV !! at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co., if he handles many accounts of a size sugar-,coate- your affairs would yield. He will tell you that the proportion of small accounts is much larger than the number of big ones. So do not hesi tate to start one because your business is not large. It will grow and so will the account Clel-lan- d, The Garrard Bank & Trust Company. & -2t 4- 1-- m ! t ) This space is donated this week to Union Evangelistic Services X-EX of Lancaster and Garrard County by TVK Isa. 55:6. "Seek Ye the Lord while he may be found; call upon Him, while He is near." I I s Memorial Methodist Church, Daily as per Notice. Church Pastors Assisted by 1 i t 111 Patrick UH 11 H. "M"I"M-4"M"1'4"1"M-- Davis, Evangelist. 111 Granville Lyon Song Service. BLOOD POISON. CONFESSED HER IGNORANCE. Notice To Bond-holde- rs M t m-- m i 1 U"H H H... I It is your fault if you are not using Gossip About People N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In. Miss Janie Doty has been in Richmond visiting the Misses Miller. Of Lancaster Mrs. James A. Beazley and Miss Cared By The Marvel Of The Century, Tommie Francis were in Danville TuesB. B. B- Tested For 30 Years. day. Mr. John Bowland of London has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Glen Lily or White House FLOUR. V It's the BEST and it is made in your city by Garrard Milling Company. PHONE 47. Lancaster, Kentucky. H Carrier. Mr. John Nevius, of Paris, is visitMrs. W. S. Elkin has returned to her ing Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nevius on Water street. home in Atlanta. The Presbyterian Missionary Society W. E. Walker left this week "for will meet Saturday afternoon at the Tulsa Oklahoma. church. Miss Margurite Kinnaird was a visi Mr. Carrier, of East Bernstadt was tor in Danville last week. a recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mr. and Mrs. James Dudderar were Carrier. with Stanford friends Monday. Mr. W. N. Wells of Louisville has W. J. Romans was in Cincinnati for been with his friend Judge R. A. a business stay of several days. Burnside. Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Wallace of Louisville are here visiting relatives. Mesdames J. Fleece Robinson and B. F. Walters were visitors in DanMrs. Susie Wallace of Lexington has ville Tuesday. been visiting Mrs. F. S. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Rayney were Dr. E. H. Pearce was called to Ohio guests of Mr. and Mrs. William RayManday by the death of his sister. ney of McCreary. Miss Edith Mayall of Bryantsville, is Mrs. J. S. Johnson and daughter, with Misses Bane and Knapp West Miss Florence, were recent visitors of Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Pursly have re- Stanford relatives. turned from a visit to Williamstown. Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stanford visited her parents Mr. and 'Mrs. A. C. Miss Margaret Arnold of Richmond Robinson last week. has been with her parents for a visit. Mrs. A. B. Estridge and little daughMisses Nell Bourne has been visiting ter of Paint Lick were guests of Mr. her sister, Mrs Worner, of Stanford. and Mrs. R. H. Batson Monday. Mr. James N. Denny goes to RichMrs. Wm. Lear, Mrs. Ross Bastin mond this week to attend Presbytery. and Mrs. Amon were guests of Mrs. G. Miss Lizzie Bettis left Wednesday to B. Rose at Bryantsville, Tuesday. enter the Normal school at Richmond. Mrs. Ann Robinson is at home after Mrs D.M. Lackey's many friends will a stay of several weeks with Mr. and regret to hear she continues quite sick. Mrs. Jacob Robinson of Danville. Mr. J. F. Holtzclaw will organize a Misses Joan Mount and Lettie Mae Sunday school at the Baptist church at McRoberts were recent visitore in DanOrchard Grove within 6 miles of Lanville. caster. Mr and Mrs B. D. Herndon, and lit- I 1 I liA'MiM'i-"l"M'l1'VJ- i MJlOlilDlilM m Pf Blue Grass Creamery of m m 3 Lancaster, Ky. 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 home; the rest he sent to the Creamery, for which he at re- tle son, left Monday to reside in Richmond. ceived $190.31. The value of the milk used at home being $36.50 or Mr and Mrs W. C. McKinsey, of Mt Vernon are guest of Mr and Mrs S. N. Davis. Mesdames E. C. Gaines and H. M. Ballou were in Stanford Monday to see Mrs. Wm. Gaines who is reported critically ill. a total of $226.81; or $75.60 per cow; per year. DOES IT PAY? Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. :aJlrJ11rgJi:rlIll:aflrr5M?r5Ill zfiMftMjlQIm&ImRM y1 r I 'HE Ray Moss the 4 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Moss recently submitt Miss Jennie Warren, of Stanford, ed to an operation for. adenoids the rewas the guest of her aunt Miss Jennie moval of one of his tonsils. Sunday. Duncan. Mr. Earl Grow and wife visited his Joe Haselden accompanied Misses Miss Julia Higgins of Richmond is Julia Hiergins and Annie Herndon to mother Mrs. Peachie Grow last Satthe guest of her friend Miss Annie Danville Monday night to hear the fa- urday night and Sunday. Herndon. mous Italian singer Madame Schuman- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grow and Miss Mrs. Emma Kauffman and son H. Heink. Beulah Roberts visited Mr. and Mrs. Clay Kauffman were in Lexington SatThe Womans Club met Wednesday Tom Hicks Sunday. urday and Sunday. Mr. C. S. Sanders and family visited afternoon at their usual place, the Mr. C. D. Powell left Monday for a Christian church. Miss Frankie Kauff- Mr. Bill Whitaker and family Sunday. visit to his son Robert Powell and wife man was the leader the subject being Mr. John Hicks and family Mr. at Oakland Oregon. "Modern England.". Preston Snyder and family Miss Ocie Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie has returned Mrs. S. C. Denny entertained at 6 Snyder were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. from a stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. o'clock dinner in honor ot Mrs. W. S. Lotie Raney last Sunday. Price of Danville. Elkin, of Atlanta. Mrs. Elkin was; Sunday school was 'organized at also an honor guest the past week at a Scotts Fork last Sunday, everyone is Mrs, W. G. Kemper and Miss Agnes Henderson of Paint Lick were shopp- sumptuous dinner at the home of Mrs. invited to attend. Mattie Denny Duncan. ing in Lancaster Saturday. Mrs. Willie RadcliEe of Eighteenth street, near Oxford, went to school for the first time this week and his first im.pressions were not at all favorable to Drives out blood poison in any stage educational methods and the teachers. permanently, without deadly mercury, When he came home at noon his mother was full of questions and Willie was with pure Botanical ingredients. To full of disgust prove it we will send you a "Well, boy, how did you like SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE. school?" "Aw I didn't like It" If you have Ulcers Eating Soars. "Why, Willie, you must not say that Itching Humors, Swellings, Mucous, Patches, Bone Pains, offensive Pim- You have to learn if you ever wish to ples or Eruptions, take B. B. B. Bot- be a successful man." "Well, that's just it I can't learn anic Blood Balm). All symptoms heal anything In that school. The teacher quickly, Blood is made pure and rich, completely changing the entire body don't know anything." you say that How do "What into a clean, healthy condition, healing you know makes she doesn't?" every sore and stopping all aches, pains "Well, I know, all rightie, she gave and itching curing the worst case of herself away. She can't even spell blood poison, druggists or by express little words. Why she had to ask me $1 PER LARGE BOTTLE, with directions how to spell when she wrote a for home cure, samples sent free sontenco on the blackboard." Philaby writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, delphia Times. Ga. Describe youre trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by F. P. His Afterthought. Frisbie. In an Idle moment Edwin Markham, the poet, was amusing himself by trying to do a bit of verse In the Martin STONE. Dooley dialect: "Bowed be th' weight Iv cinch'ries Mr. R. H. Preston sold to Ike Dun- he leans can one horse for $1.15. Upon 'is hoe an gazes on the Mrs. Walter Fain and children are " visiting her parents in Somerset. Then he stopped. "By jove!" he exclaimed, his eye Mrs. Mary E. Fain has returned home from a two weeks stay with her flashing with a sudden inspiration; "I'll turn that Into a serious poem! son Mr. John Fain of Lexington. It'll make a hit!" Mr. John Roberts and wife and It did. daughter Miss Beaulah visited Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and family lastjweek. His Tender Heart. Mr. and Mrs. Tevis Preston of Dan Lomster (looking over Culmlre'a ville were with his mother Mrs. Mary lawn) What has become of your big B. Preston last week. sweet apple tree? Mr. Henry Teater wife and children Culmlre I had It cut down. Lomster Why In the world did you and Mrs. Mary Clouse and danghter were visitors of Mrs. Walter Fain and do that? Culmire To save myself from havfamily Sunday. ing any more heartaches. You have Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson vis- no idea how dreadful it used to make ited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hicks Saturday. me feel when little boys whom I had Mrs. Lovie Simpson visited Mis3 arrested for stealing apples, were sent to the reform school." Wilma Ray Sunday. Misses Peachie May Sanders, Beu-la- h Roberts and Jim Sanders visited PLEASANTLY SURPRISED. Mrs. J. J. Johnson Jr. Wednesday. Rev. Mott of Lexington will fill his regular appointment at Scotts Fork 1-- m Graded Common School. The following BONDS will be redeemed on May 1,1911: Nos-4, 9, 11, 1, 14, 17, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 35, 37, 41, 44, 45, 50, 52, 60, 62, 64, 67, 72, 73, 76, 80. Persons having above bond3 will please present same to E. . Harris, Treasurer, for payment on May 1,1911, at which time they will cease to bear interest By order of the Board of Trustees of the Lancaster Graded "VN Common School. J. B. Kinnaird, Secretary, A Club Scandal. "Hear about the row at our club?" "No." spoon." "Ferdy struck Cholly with a table- ' "Scandalous!" "Isn't it though. Both were under the influence of ginger pop." .J There. Woman (In village) A man as strong as ought to be able to find work. you any regular occupation? Wayfarer (with his mouth Yes'm; I wash th' winders scrapers. Kind-Hearte- d No Chance country you are Haven't full) o sky! d Glasses All Right Old Lady Tommy, these new glasses of mine magnify strangely. That dog of yours looks to me more than a yard long. Tommy There's nothing the matter with your glasses, grandma. This is a dachshund. Near-Sighte- d i After the Holiday. "I reckon you didn't think of your poor old dad all the while you were away." "Yes, we did. dad. a man grumbling about his meals at the hotel she said. That's just like papa!'" Comic Cuts. Easy Lifting. When ma heard Patience This novel says his eyes! were riveted to the floor for an In- I stant, but he quickly raised them. Patrice Must have been weak sort' of rivets. Yonkera Statesman. I jSJ&s u ' I Red Top utM.f u.iki r ru.v.nuci.co. J. W. Boland and little W. daugh- HEN. 4 ter of Lexington have Mrs. been visiting her fabric and fashion father Mr. Stephen Walker. you desire, made up to fit your shape and personality, at a very convenient price, may be obtained through us from our famous Chicago tailors, 1 Ed. K Price & Our system H. Brown and daughter Hallie were recent visitors of Dr. and Mrs Eugene Brown of Stanford. Mrs. Jesse Arnold has returned to Frankfort after several weeks stay with her mother Mrs. Ella Bettis. Mr A. K. Walker and son, J. Wade Mrs. J. M. Cress. Phone 380G. 2m Walker, have returned from a visit to Stanford R F D No 4. A Little Lesson. Strayed to my place about a week Mr and Mrs Ed Walker, of Shelbyville. ago a pig. Owner can have same by The golden harbor of content We. have a full force of first class By Mrs. Edna Francis has recuperated describing the "Who him la soonest won, feels for every day that's spent workmen for buggy painting and re- paying all charges and after a two weeks visit to her daughj A sense of duty done. pig. Call at this office. pairing. W. J. Romans. ter Mrs. A. K. Walker near Hyatts-villlm -tf "Well, Harry, did Santa Claus bring For tender face and neck after shav- you everything you expected for Christing, for pimples, black heads, dandruff I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, mas?" or any skin or scalp disease use ZEMO "No." and ZEMO SOAP. "Well, you seem to be bearing up ZEMO is guaranteed to relieve all cheerfully. You look as happy as posFor all kind of magazine, see Mrs. soreness and itching. The soap is part sible." Dollie Brown at Joseph store. "I am happy. I expected he'd bring of the treatment, best for all toilet me a little brother or sister, or somepurposes. S. C. Brown Leghorns eggs, 50c for Sold by druggists everywhere and in thing like that, and what do you got a pup." setting of 15 or $3.00 per hundred. Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & Son. B'pose? I j Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- factory Roofing made today. THERE IS NO TAB Hi IT. ASK YOUR DEALER e. Haselden Bros, Co. j f- of measuring and I the unsurpassed tailoring of t: this famous organization will -- -- r . insure you clothes embodying: every attribute of satisfaction. and service value. . Three-Butto- n Novelty Sack,No.711 Messrs. Fred Frisbie, Joe Haselden class work in Buggy painting and and J. W. Sweeney were in Danville W. J. Romans. Tuesday nightjfor a special Masonic celebration. Waited. Mrs. John M. Farra will be hostess Five hundred old buggies to paint x of the. Embroidery Club Thursday af and repair. W. J. Romans. ternoon. An appetizing luncheon will be served to the guests. For Sale. Misses Mary Elmors and Delia Tin der attended the reception in Richmond bulls, models in form and choice breeaij given in honor of Prof and Mrs Payne, irig. A. M. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. ' of Saint Louis Missouri. re-pari- ng. -tf -tf We are prepared to give you first JE j ligfijgjijgjijgjijgfifi HAVE w-- IP t M fimwmm'iwHfimw&MfiK& Prescriptions Compounded j - with ACCURACY and CARE at jL T. LOGAN. Ljianeaster, Ky, u Miss Allie Arnold who holds a good position as a teacher in Wilkeeburg.PjCr aWe to leave the hospital has just-beehaying bad another operation on hr. n , . AhuI Hunt Aid-Seeiety Sale. f throat. -- - - ' willlMgm'April.2thjB8teadTf Tke Baptist IfrwwLsal tfce FEKilE'S DRUG STORE. isuHtaisisi massnEsajia msssi -- 2- j m -- SN. & -- . ' .? "zkr; k. ' i0" f i- -' c-- . ...- - v- - - -"-- fc? -5i- --.f "Ti, r 'T . " Zr. - - "J- - A. A I s otooaco4oooocooroooo I . 1 HENS II to II J INDIGESTION GOES WHEN HER BACK ACHES. ROSA'S PARAKEETS. And R. E. $CKpoocH$CKcxooKooooeoocoo Roosters 5icts. Ducks IOc, Eggs, 1 EXPERIENCE Is the best teacher, so come and get the best SHAVE to be had at HENRV DUNCAN'S Bakbkk Shop on Richmond Stkeet. We make I i to 2cts. 1 a specialty of Honing Razors. Jersey Bull Turkeys 10 to I3cts. 1 1 Kenif Simpson 8842 Coal from Season 191 1. to 14cts Rosa, wecth her parrakeets, 1 Tal da fortune een da streets. ach Prescription On Money Back Plan. Ambition Slipping Away. Geeve her flva cen an see "Wat your fortune gona be. Almost everybody knows that sick Lancaster women know how the Leetla birds so smart, so wise, headache, nervousness and dizziness, aches and pains that come when the Seet cen cage an' weenk delr eyi; Soetln een a row dey wait are caused by a disordered stomach. kidney's fail make life a burden. Teel she ope' da lcetlo gate. Upset stomach and indigestion hap- Backache hip pains, headache, dizzy An' she tak' wan on a steeck, pen just because the food you eat does spells, distressing urinary troubles, all Keesa heem an mak heem peeck beak, Fortune out weth not digest but lies in the stomach and tell of sick kidneys and warn you of the Wat da card esB say to hees you card ferments or turns sour. stealthy approach of diabetes, dropsy Mebbe bo ees gon' com true. You can stop fermentation and stom- and Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney Som day, mebbe, I weel see ach distress in five minutues by using Pills permanently cure all these dis- W'at my fortune gona be. stomach tablets, a prescrip- orders. Here's proof of it in a Lan- Eef I could be a parrakeet Dat she eesa kees so sweet, tion that has done more to cure I am sure I would be wise caster woman's word. lookin' een her eyes; and put the stomach in fine Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St., Jus' forso I be so smart condition than all stomach specialists Lancaster, Ky., says: "My experience Mebbe fortune een her heart! I find on earth. fortune, with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to Dat's a'klnda ces gon too, true. I could weesh com A A large 50 cent box of say that they live up to the claims T. A. Daly In Catholic Standard and stomach tablets is all you need to get made for them. I suffered a great Times. MI-O-N- A indi-gestisn MI-O-N- McRoberts & Son Sells Best Stom- Woman Finds AH Her Energy B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest y ORGANIZED 1SS3. e Citizens National OF LANCASTER, Bank Book-Keepe- KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. RlGNEY, SURPLUS $30,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walker, Jr., r. Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. j. Prompt Attention. s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. quick J. W. S WEEN H. E Y. B. B. NORTHCOTT, d. TINSLEY, and lasting relief R. E. McRoberts & Son guarantees them. Mrs. Altie Etson, of 93 Dun Road, and Battle Creek, Mich., used within two months was in as good health as ever, and has a good strong stomach and eats anything she likes. She attributes her good health to MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- County Surveyor. FHONE S29-- J. Office over F. G. Hurt s furniture ttore. DEPOT STREET. have heartburn, belching of gas, heaviness or any stomach trouble "you MI-O-N- A If Lancaster, Kentucky Paper Cleaning. Paper Cleaned. SATISFACTION Veterinary Surgeon Don't Repaper this season, Have your and Dentist. Offllce Dr. R. L Pontius, - at Sweeney's Livery Stable. r- Lancaster, -- Kentucky. J. J. ys Phone 340. Faulkner. n JJ. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted, Satisfactipu Guaranteed. &0 Fruit and Shade Trees M. K. Denny, ju DENTIST Paint Lick, DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. 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 All Work Guaranteed. 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 " Co. For all lung diseases, coughs, colds, Mrs. Walker Burnside and baby asthma, croup, whooping cough have returned to her home in Richmond hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or after a visit with Mr. B. F. Patton quinsy, its the best known remedy. The undersigned hereby give warn- and family. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. ing to all persons not to transpass upon Mr. U. M. Jenkins of Indianapolis is Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. Offiice over Logan's store. our lands for any purpose whatever as expected home in a few days for an IHIENA VISTA Office Puone 6. we will prosecute all offenders to ful- indefinite stay with her father Mr. C. Residence Phone 75. lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and M. Jenkins. Fishermen especially take notice. Ralph Scott is visiting relatives in OOOO40OO0OOOOOOOOOOOCfrOOOOOOOOOOeOg Mr. Will Halcomb's horse became Danville. Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra frightened Sunday afternoon and ran Henry Smith sold to A, T. Scott one into his buggy cutting his horse conW S Ferguson Ed & N B Price siderably several stitcher having to sow and six shoats price $55. E F Herring W A Price ofQTJALITT. be taken by Dr. Elliot Mrs. Ed Eason is in Nicholasville S L Rich W S Embry Mrs. Charley Dean attended the with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Stultz. ilMrsPWKinnairdTAElkin Z fuueral of her uncle Dr. E. B. Jones J W Sweeney Misses America and Allie Duncan of 4 000600000060 Dave Thompson Z T Rice at Lexington Saturday. Dr. Jones had Burgin have been the guests at J. W. Jas Sutton quite a number of friends here who Askins. Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels were very much grieved of his death. D B Anderson H C Arnold The stock sale of Taylor Scott was W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, Miss Truehlood of Indiania came well attended and every thing brought VETERINARIAN. G Y Conn L H Brown last week to be with Mrs. C. C, BeckeY good prices. INjnjicr Director Animal Industry Philippine T W Conn J G Conn as trimmer this season. Mrs. Becker Mr. and Mrs. McAfee of Marcellus United States Army J G Clark Islands. Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. will be glad to have her friends call to were guests Sunday of the family of Office at Logan's Stable. Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett see her line of millinery, Miss Trume-bloo- d Albert Skinner. Telephone 32 and si. DANVILLE. KY C G Gay W K Leavell is an experinced trimmer and Mrs. Hugh Christopher and Wilbur John Boian E Dunn she feels sure she can please you. Call Scott were with relatives in Lexington E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath. and give her a trial. Saturday and Sunday. R. E. Thompsan Booth Thompson Mr. Bryan Ballard who is traveling Rev. Gabbard of Danville filled the for the Woolfolk Coffee Co. at Lex- pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunington was in Pittsburg Pa. last week day morning and evening. where he purchased a handsome new Office Danville street. Miss Myrtle Ruble who has been car. It is a Penn 30 roadster and the spending a week with her parents has Office Phone 89 Residence Phone 9. first of that make to be sold in Central Kentucky Mr. Ballard has secured returned to Richmond Normal. Charles Robinson and wife of Bur-gi- n the agency for same. Call and see us for a good attended church here Sunday dined Cut Clean Shave. with the family of J. W. Askins. BUCKEYE. Mr. J. E. Scott one of our blackThe Only Two White Barbers In Town. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon spent Sun- smiths who has been sick for two down the throat of a "eapey" See the tall sign, North side of chicken destroys the worms day with her sister Mrs. Printis Walker months is able to be out a little now. and saves the chick's life. A Public Square. Rev. Thornton delivered an excellent few drops In the drinklnc water sermon at this place Sunday morning. M. CURES and Mrs. Prentis Walker and children PREVENTS GAPES visited her mother Mrs. B. Ray recentwhite diarrhoea and other chick ly. diseases. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and daughBottle of One ter Stella Mae visited his parents Mr. LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY. Mr. Luther Guthrie, of and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Beaufort, N. C. spent money Will Practice in all State Courts and Mrs. Jennie Broaddus and- - daughter Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. freely In employing doctors to keep a bottle of Mae, have been visiting Mrs. Floyd U. S. District Court. Every poultry raiser should cure his wife from continual this medicine on hand. Ask for free booklet on Curtis of Point Leavel. Office over Police Court. Phone 194. "Diseases of Fowls." headache. He writes: Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders of "One bottle of Cardul did have been with her parents, my wife more good than anyMr. aud Mrs. Hiram Ray. thing she has taken for ten Quite a number of relatives and years past. She had suffered friends gathered at the home of Mr. with headache for ten years William Ray of Teatersville, the 31st. and I had spent $300.00 for day of March to celebrate with him his Cleaning and Pressing Ladoctors' bills for her, but nothfiftieth birthday. A bountiful dinner ing did her any good. was served. The plans for this day dies and Men's Garments. had been well made by the devoted Phone 340. Public Square. Second aw ft pvm J oL wife a short time before she died, but hand clothes sold on commission. the day was saddened for the memory of the absent one that sainted wife and te. W. Wgr. Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky daughter Katie Barnes are visiting relatives in Somerset. Mrs. McKenney Moss and daughter Josephine of Nicholasville spent SatWrite for free Catalogue. No Agts. urday here with relatives. Mrs. J. H. Peters, Misses Sara Peters and Beulah Turner of Mackville H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. are the guests of Mrs. C. C. Becker. Mr. C. C. Becker spent last week in Lexington, Kentucky. Winchester on business Mr. Becker is president of the Winchester Grocery Strawberry Plants, Asparagus, Blacker- ries. Raspberries, Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. no matter how chronic, try stomach tablets on money back plan. Sold by R. E. McRrberts & Son and leading druggists everywhere. People who suffer from constipation should not forget that when the stomach PAINT LICK. properly digests food that constipation disappears. The instructions that came Miss Louese Terry is quite sick with will tell with every box of tonsilitis. you how to cure constipation. l.m Several from here were at the! circus in Lancaster Tuesday. BKYANTSV1LLE. Misses Eliza Rucker and Ethel Woods Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess spent Thurs- spent Tuesday in Richmond. GUARANTEED. day in Lancaster. Mr. Clarence Burchell-o- f Fort Scott Miss Virgie Watts of Jessamine has Kansas is at home with his parents. been the guest of Mrs. J. H. Deane. Mrs. H. S. Riddleberger will give an Miss Elizabeth Bryant entertained a Easter Hunt for her Sunday school Lancaster, Ky. few friends very informally Saturday ! class. evening. Mr. and Mrs. McWhorter spent Sun Miss Mayme Ballard spent Thursday day with Mr. and Mrs. Hendron of with Misses Martha and Helen Gill at Kirksville. Lancaster. Mrs. Susie Wallace and Miss Jennie Miss Edith Myall of Paris has re- Higgins attended the burial of their turned home after a very pleasant visit aunt, Mrs. Gormley of Crab Orchard last week. to Miss Lillie Leavell. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dickerson and Foster-Milbur-MI-O-N- A deel from backache and at night could not sleep well. On several occasions my back became so painful and weak 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 1m take no other. EDUCATING THE WORMS. Clinton B. Bastin, Photographer. Kodak finishing. Studio Bromide EnlargeOffice. Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. ments. at Telephone J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. :J jCrSxVVH't! d--e- . "Don't you know that fishing Is forbidden in this pond?" "I'm not fishing; I'm just teaching my worms to swim." Revised. Tho early bird, we've often heard Is the one of which we boost; Sometimes he gets the worm and then Sometimes he gets on toast. 8 MBM?Mj&MriiMmMml fl?rl!MlrlJMrrl!rrHirrHMiEpn Wall Paper, Paints and m m Varnishes. R. E. McRoberts & Son. (PMfTgJlffllllrrHJglfrHJl'i 'glMIMrrllTarrHlOrrHfilfra Indifferent. Midnight In The Ozarks. "What was Constable Miggs doln' up on th' stage durin' the entertainment?" Th' dum'd ol' idiot was insistin' thet Jim Peters should have his Santa Claus whiskers flreproofed." "What did Jim say?" 'He said he'd worn 'em thirty year without flreproofin', an' ho didn't care a dern whether they burned or notl" On Schedule Time. POSTED young member of a certain family had the measles and the family was quarantined. One of the little girls spoke from an open window to a neighbor inquiring into the state of her health: "No, 'm." she said; "I haven't got 'em yet, but I expect to have 'em day after tomorrow." Llppincott's. A Rural Tact. Constable Ezry Filklns "Rumors wanted," eh. By spruce, thar's a rumor aroun our vlllege that Hen tew git hitched up Hasklns is tew Widder Weaver; so I guess I'll Jest go in an' give 'em thet bit o news, an' mebbe I kin git the price o' my trip daown here fer itu He Knew. uut Mowers Ware McRobertS. Henry L. Casey, d.v.s. "I wonder," said the smiling visitor who was- - addressing the Sunday school, "if any little boy or girl here can tell me what electricity is!" "Yes, sir!" shouted Motorman Jar-vi- s' youngest son, raising his hand. "It's the juice what makes the car go!" HIS WIFE WAS DEAD. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, Physican and Surgeon Hair and iA 3E " If You Could Watch Ten Yeats roof ten for ten years see If you could watch a prepared the effect of snow and hail and ice and heat and frost and wind and jire, you'd certainly know whether that was the roof you wanted or not. You can do it. In ten minutes time you can determine the effect of years of severe wear on any prepared roofing. We've embodied six tests tests which correspond to ten years of the hardest kind of wear The information in a book. It is yours for the asking at our dealer's. it contains will enable you to absolutely settle the question of which prepared roofing will last longest and require least repairs. When you make the tests, include a sample of f UKVV HOUSE. J. E. Robinson, 50c "$2,000.00" Jack Did you say that Tom was more than half dead? He seems particularly lively to me. JimAh, but it's his better half that's dead, don't you see. The News, "What is the news?" the condemned cried: When told the Judge denied his plea He shook his head and sadly sighed: "That's noose to me." "You seldom hear a youn'g man these days say that he Is paying his addresses to a young woman." "No. He usually announces that he is 'going after a skirt'" Since the Price of Eggs Rose. Hewitt How did he make his fortune? Jewitt Ke kept a hen. Woman s Home Companion. " Bourbon Poultry Cure Crab-Orchar- d, Lancaster J. R. Mount, Son &Co We know that Vulcanite will carry off the honors. That is why we furnish the tests. We are content to let Vulcanite Roofing sell itself. It is good enough and worthy enough and reasonably enough priced to be its own best salesman. Sixty years ago, the first Vulcanite Roof was marketed. Every succeeding year has seen the Vulcanite label covering a betterpiece of goods. Today it stands alone as the best prepared roofing obtainable at any price.' Mind you the way to prove this statement is yours for the asking. Ask our dealer tor tne book, just, say, "i want to tuotu about Vulcanite." He'll do the rest. Vulcanite Roofing The Vernacular. Dry Cleaning Co y Patent Vulcanite Roofing Co. cig0' & Lancaster Lumber M'fg Co.- - fc5fc. Faulkner, Take SPECIAL EXCURSION mother. Office Hours 8 Office over a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store Saved His Mother's life. IB- - F. W-AJLTE- DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 65. BETSY'S POINTERS I don't .rhink the height of mis- I have just opened up a new, clean -- - Barber Shop on Lexington street next to thepdst office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN. fortune 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 Bon. up-to-d- ate "Four doctors had given me up," writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca, La., "and my children and all my friends were looking for me to die, whea my son insisted that I use Electric Bitters I did so, and they have done me aworld of good. I will always praise them. Electric Bitters is a priceless blessing to women troubled with fainting and dizzy spells, backache, headache, weakness, debility constipation or kidney disorders. Use them and gain new health, strength and vigor. They're guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & I-r- She has taken two bottles of Cardui and it has done her two thousand dollars ($2,000) vorth'of good. Just as long as it, Is made, I shall have "What's that disease when people and things and names feaze you? "That's it aphasia." Kicked By A Mad Horse. Its Name. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, April 23rd Cardul In my home." For all forms of female pain, like headache, side, ache, pain n limbs, diwy feelings, dragging down sensations, etc Cardul has been found) to be an effectual remedy. 'Don't wait till you are all run down." Try Cardul at once. Sold everywhere. -- $1 .5olP!H9jni$i 50 -- Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wis., had B46 n Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it completely. Its the greatest healer of ulcers, .burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, bruises and piles on corns, earth. Try it 25c, at R. E, McRoberts cold-sore- s, a most narrow escape from losing his leg, as no doctor could heal the fright ful sore that developed, but at last Trip Round Hil SPECIAL "TRAIN Tr" Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. & Son. 1-- m r - ' w"-- - , - - V ' J. fc. - -- - v. r'- - v . wvit- - SPRING i v Call at our store on the above dates and we will gladly show you through our stock of goods whether you buy or not We have 10 large floors all full of new goods devoted to your wants. Come oneCome all, Men, Women and Children. Everybody invited. Extra force of salesmen to show you through the building. HASELDEN BROS, Lancaster THTOSDAX 7bW SATURDAY, AlOtt, 21st, 22nd, 1911 U'- r V i; i H Jamesville Shaft drive Corn Planters. Black Hawk,Su-periand Hamilton BEST ON EARTH. Corn Planters. Campbell and Superior one I horse Corn Drills. Genuine Mal T to be A Beautiful Stick Seat ta Double and Single shovel given away absolutely FREE to the party holdplows. Rival Garden plows. ing the right ticket. Each dollar's worth of- goods bought and settled for, either by cash or by note, ltBbbBBb y v jrss .SdCjiitr.lflJ3-J'5lnt. entitles purchaser to one ticket on Also each $1.00 paid on account entitles customer to one ticket. Tickets to be given to each customer, beginDeering, and Champion ning Thursday, April 13th and ending at 4 p.m. Mowers, also Kemp MaSaturday, April 22nd at which time nure Spreaders. will be given away to the lucky person. Osbone Disc Harrow with and WHEN YOU NEEDARAKE without tandem Attachments. Buchner and Gibbs Double Disc FENCE M W Harrow and Gen Malta Drag Harrows. 2-Ho- rse or Deeping Binders 2-Ho- rse RUN-A-BOU- - &. gpgffiS&fcSbMIs Run-A-Bou- w . ff Run-A-Bo- ut Brown Manly, Krause and Brinly Leverr less Cultivators. 5 and 1 4 Tooth Tobacco and Potato Plows. International Gasoline Engines. Land Rollers and Tobacco TO A NEW CHAMPION LOCKLEVER nlTCn Champion and Deering Self Dump and Sweep Rakes. Adrian and National Wire Fencing. Superior and Peoria Wheat Drills i- -r HASELDEN BROS., LANCASTER, KY. "mLEABLEl "THE E. M. F. 30 Jifca tPaMflid il ft FREE SEWING MACHINE. fcvrft v and rtRCJHL AlAU JTCfl- It yoik I . . Flantlers 20 One Minute JSt- - Malleable and I. k. ? :t 'jr-- Electric Ranges Automobiles. $-- Si ! C Washing Machines, New Perfection Coal Oil Stoves f. .- i -t y. JC rtt .. f ''&&,& -- ,- 'as - 4. T-- : ALLEY GRRGOR Record 2:19 1? C I 43401. Farm and Stock. Squire J. P. Bourne sold to Banks Hudson a fine mare for $300,00, 4 34. i MIES. ,nnm, . FROM r00OO6OOOOeOOOOCO4OeOOOOOQO Trotter; Chestnut Stallion; about 16 hand; 7 years old. Registered Vol 17. fl AJKW I -- 1 o ..W" rnrJm ..... . .......... Kecord2:iP9. Jay Bird 5O0O Sire of 131; dams of 79. George Wilkes Bin. 2:22. Sire of 83 ; dams of 2(W. r 54 w C, Sire of 201; dams of 33, Including Nancy Hoyce .Gussic Wilkes. 2:)6. LncondaPetc.2:02. Dam of 2. Gen. Forrest 2:08, ' 3 j The first sale of wool of the season is ALLEY GREGOR is one of the best trotting Stallions in Kentucky. He reported from Paris, John T. Hedges This beautiful Shetland Stallion is 41 inches high, with fine style and action, and a perfect model in shape. His record in the show ring, is ten blues has a lot of style and finish and is a great acting horse. Don't wear any boots, sold his 1911 crop for 20 cents per and three reds out of thirteen shows. He will make the season at "Elkin Place" just 9 oz shoes. He ought to make a great sire. His oldest colts are coming pound. two's and show great Speed and action. Any one wishing to see one of them W. Irvine Arnold, of Woodford counAT $10 OO TO INSURE. can do so on the Lexington tiack where they are now in training. ty, Ky., bought from E. A. Farra, of This is a good chance for the people of Garrard County to breed into the Jessamine county, Ky., 30 thoroughbred Southdown ewes with lambs for best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and see how many they have in the list $375. The Old Mason's Home have discon191 1 both sire and dam. 191 1 This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1911 at my stable in tinued their dairy business at Shelby-villAt their dispersal sale last week That Grandly Bred Young Stallion Lancaster, Kentucky, at their cows brought on an average $50. a giving Colt and All Right. per head. $15. M A JO R C. Robt McGregor 017 Ker.ord 2:171. I Tearl McGregor Sire of 111; dams of 1S8. Record 2:233,'. "and Alley Gregor2:l9, and grand .Maud B. ... Dam of May dam of Trocar 2:17. rd2:214 Pearl McGregor 2:2a;.j. ! Lady Frank By Mambrino Star 58!). Great hrood mare. Mambrlno Boy Sire of 15; dams of 43. Nora Wilkes. By George Wilkes 519. Major Edsall 210. Sire ot 1; dams of 1. Nancy Whitman untraced. Robert E. Tipton of Montgomery county sold a fine pair of mare mules to southern parties for $600. B. Myers, or Shawcan has sold old jack, Midnight to J. his five-yeM. Rice of New Mexico, for $1,000. E. ar I&RM BymMht 646OOO6OOOOOOPO0OO6OOO 006000000000 oooS &r EXPERIENCE Is the best teacher, so come and get the best SHAVE to be had at Seneca Chief 378. 5 Hire of 4; dams of ( Herbert Brooks recently purchased the fine horse "Dignity Dare Jr.," of his brother L. W. Brooks price paid $451.00 Jenny. 15. HENRY DUNCAN'S Barber Shop ox Richmond Street. We make a specialty of Honing Razors. Grandam of 4. By Champion Grinnels. Dam of Jericho 230. Jersey Bull r Look out for the weak colonies of bees and give them honey from those that have more than they need. Thousands of colonies starve to death every winter. If you feed the bee3 sirup be sure It is not too thin or trouble will result. Three parts water and four of sugar will be about tho right mixture. Hemj Simpson 8842 Season 191 i. R. L. ELKIN, Lancaster, Ky. J. W. S H. WEEN EY. SEASON e. J. TINSLEY, ."S3-- LEE CURRY 52718. Trial 2:26. Sired by Jay Morse 19889; Record 2:26. Dam Susie Wilkes,(dam of 5, grandam of 9.) by Red Wilkes 1749. Will make the season of 1911 at Central Park, Fair Grounds, at In order to maintain the fertUlty of J. PHONE our soil wo must farm scicntihcally Office over F. G. Hnrt's fnrnitnre store. in the future, and it will be necessary At the sale of T. B. Ripey, of I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien reKy., which was held re- for us to adopt the practical methods Lancaster, Kentucky. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. tained on colts for service fee. cently, mules sold from $150 to $200 of live stock farming which have not responsible should any occur. Care taken to prevent accidents but each. Mule teams brought from $312 been in vogue in Great Britain for many years. to $450 per pair. to Insure Sound County Surveyor. Law-rencebu- rg, W. B. BURTON, 45006, Dr. R. L. Pontius, $15.00 To Insure A biving Foal. For further particulars address PHONE 95. L. K. Rogers, Danville, Ky. Tenn. Phone 318. No business on Sunday, Beau Moth By Naboth 10116. 191 1 SEASON SADDLE STALLION 191 1 By Walsingham by George Wilkes. Beau Naboth's dam, Nora Baugh-ma- n I offer for Public Service the Royally Bred and Handsome Individual by Norval 5335, by Electioneer 25; 2nd dam Lela J., by Metopolitan 1392 by Hamiltonian 10; 3rd dam Josephine by Mambrino Starlight 3942, by Darlbay 441; 4th dam Mary Withers by 5th dam by Oliver (thoroughbred);Wagner; 6th dam by Imp. Tranby; 7th dam by Thornton's Rattler. Beau Naboth is a handsome bay, standing 15:3J hands of great style and He has action and perfect disposition. proven a breeder, and his own breeding, cross is second the Electioneer-Wilke- s to none. At my farm, near McHinney, Kentucky, at Beau Naboth will make the season Paying to Work for the Public. of 1911 at A. T. Nunnelley's stock The County treasurers office is usually yards at $15 to insure a liying colt. greatly sought after, on account of the Money due when mare is traded or good deposite, for the Banks knowing this fact the Fiscal Court of Lincoln parted with or bred elsewh'ere. All Peavine 4092, Sire, Rex Peavine 1796. By Rex McDonald Daisy 2nd by county, let the office out to the best bid J. M. PETTUS, for the interest of the county. HeretoMcDonald 833. Peavine 85. Grand sire, Rex fore the county has paid a salary of Stanford, Ky. 1st dam, Lucy Wells 6404, by Peavine 85. $200.00, but now the Treasure pays the county $151.00 for the office. 2nd dam, daughter of Harris' Denmark. - The Department of Agriculture is LANCASTER, KY. authority for the statement that Kentucky raised in the year 1910 381,024,-00- 0 pounds of tobacco, which was 38.7 per cent of the weed raised in the United States. This was the banner 3173, Vol. 7. crop for Kentucky in so far as quantity Will make the season of 1911 at my but the qnality was way below the place, 2 miles east of Paint Lick, on average. Paint Lick pike. H. F. Hillenmeyer, the nurseryman, Crestiand is by Rex Peavine 1796. says the fruit crop in Central KentucDam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam Powky was not hurt by the recent freeze ell's Drenonjjhe by Brinker's Drenon and that the fruit prospects are thus 1600. Will Serve Mares at far excellent. The fruit, however,' Mr. Hillenmeyer says, is by no means safe $30.00 TO INSURE A LIVE COLT. yet, it being killed last year by a freeze Mares sold, traded, or bred to any on April 24. Mr. Hillenmeyer believes other horse without consent, the money that the only fruit thus far injured are will be claimed for service rendered by perhaps Jayanes plums. our horse. Mares kept at lOcts per day on grass, but not responsible for acciBatter Is a good price. Feed Is comdents or escapes. A lien retained on paratively cheap, especially so If you have saved all of your roughage, such colts for the season money. as cornstalks, the best of your straw, and things of that sort which frequently go to waste . This being true, dairying should bring good returns Phone 42-- 5 Rings, P. L. Exchange. this winter provided the cows are fed -PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. liberally enough to produce largo quantities of milk. CRESTLAND. A team with one horse fretting and fuming to go faster and rushing ahead at every opportunity, and with the other horse willing to take life easy, Is anything but conducive to a pleasant frame of mind. As the nation has raised the largest corn crop in its history farmers should be in a little better condition than ever before to hold back enough corn to tide them over until the 1911 crop is in the crib. Don't put off breaking and turning your land till spring, and then jump in and try to do in a week work which, if properly done, would require Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Offlice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky. E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician GX&ai Fitted. SatUfuctiou Guaranteed. several months' steady grind. Anyone can easily see that bone la one of the best feeds for producing eggs, as the fat assists In forming the yolk of the eggs and also in sus taining the fowl in winter. Simply, laying the grape vines on the ground will often save them from winter Injury. Throw a little earth or evergreen branches on them to make sure. Calves will begin M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over MI33 Arnold's Millinery. WCFitzpatrick H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. $25.00 To Insure A Living Colt. to nibble at bright hay or grass by the end of tho Disorder, of the digestive functions first two or three weeks, and soma of afflicts lambs most severely. White it should be kept where they can lamb. reach it. scour affects the unweaned This appears to bo the passing of undigested milk. Change the ewe's Cull out the worthless members of feed, providing poorer hay with ground the flock and save your profits. Then oats and corn with a sprinkling of be kind to the biddies and they will llnseed-meabe kind to you in filling your egg l. Dentist. Paint Lick, ii-ii-- Kentucky. DB.Win.BUBNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. 3rd dam, daughter of John Nosely. R. 5. Scudder, Owner. McKINNEY. KENTUCKY. For public Service Season of 9 1 1 1 . If a cow has an apple or similar obstruction lodged In her throat, It can be removed by pouring a pint of meltMcMurtry Has Good Chance. ed lard down her throat This will J. H. McMurtry, former Superintend make the animal strangle and cough, ent of Schools in Garrard county and a and in the struggle the obstruction will practising attorney here for some years, be dislodged. s considered the one best bet for the The common opinion that sheep icholasville postoffice. should be kept as scavengers and that The larger postoffice appointments in Combined Kentucky are expected to be made in they will thrive best on the farm that Is too poor for other kinds of live the near future. Mr. E. C. Linnev is stock is twin brother to the opinion Will make the season of 1911 at slated to hold onto to the Danville that white beans thrive best on a poor, J. N. Denny farm, 4 Vz miles from postoffice. thin soil. basket One of the best preventives of scratches in horses Is to keep the feet clean. If mud is permitted to dry on the fetlocks irritation is likely to ensue. Rex Arbuckle A 1: 1467. it . n nuinro u I i Stallion. ground fine are excellent for supplying lime. A pound of shells contains enough lime to thoroughly coat seven dozen egg3. Oyster-shell- s of QUALITY. oo &OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO OO ooooooooo Ware McRoberts. Lancaster, on Richmond pike at The pig, like every other young animal, loves to be alert and to be moving about with all the freedom which belongs to such a nature. J Henry L. Casey, d.v.s. VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. United Stated Army The Sensational Performer and Splendidly Bred Registered Saddle Stallion $20. For A Living Foal FARMER'S COLUMN Ytt000OO00OCOOO4OO6O0OO060604 i Rex Arbuckle, 1467 by Rex McDonald 833, he by Rex Denmark 840. A. H. R. 1st dam Miss Richmond 551, by King Richard, by Peavine 58. Bay horse star and hind ankles white. 15-- 3 J, foaled 1906. 2nd dam Jennie Lynn 361, by StoneSire, Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Washington Den- wall Jackson 72, by Washington Denmark 64, Preston's dam was Belle by Roderick 104 by Mambrino Lee Grand 99 mark 64. by Highland Chief and the dam of Roderick was by a son of Peters' Halcorn 3rd dam Florence by Sand Maupin's CARROLL PRESTON-43- 83. S. dpace below this beading la for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In two issues of the Recohd, free of charge 3241. 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden 2nd dam Lady Pence, by Almont Forest 2863. 3rd dam by Garrard Chief. Carroll Preston is the finest individual and best performer in Central Kentucky and proved himself one or the most'formidable ring horses out, last season He is one of the greatest racking horses seen in years and has a splendid trot with a world of speed and action. His colts are proving him a coming sire and are the kind that will sell high. Will stand at the low fee of Drennon. Royston for sale A nice 2 year old filly Wm R. F. D. No 1 Lancaster Ky. DENNY BROS LANCASTER. KY. for rale 12 good young milk cows some with calves at side and some to be fresh soon. J. G. Conn. for sale Some thorough bred Duroc sows and pigs. J. M. Cress. Phone 380G. Plowing not qnly loosens up the soli but arare of it is thus exposed to No. 1 the action of the sun, air and frost. T. Nunnelleys Stock Yards in Stanford. Good pasture and care at preat A. I will pasture a limited number of Stubble, weeds, etc., are burled and vailing rates. Lien retained on colt until service is paid. Best of care, but not cows at $2.75 per month for a season so changed into humus. responsible for accidents. Address, and $3.00 for a single month all payMilking must be done quickly. able monthly in advance. F. M. Tinder Anything Quickly and thoroughly. Bay stallion 15-- 3 hands, foaled sumI want one hundred veal calves age that irritates the cows such as roughmer 1902, said by good judges to be ness, or slow milking will shorten the (Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Hores Futurity Stake.) one of the finest stallions living. He 6 weeks to 6 months. H. F. Edgington Bourne, Ky. milk flow. is a perfect image of his great sire $25.00 To Insure a giving Colt Garrard Chief extra For It Is scarcely necessary to suggest Sheep and lambs should not be althat It Is good policy to make a close examination of any newly purchased lowed to run in the same pasture or Office at Logan's Stable. hogs and be assured that they are the lambs will be In great danger of Telephone 32 and 43J. DANVILLE. KY. absolutely free from lice before they becoming infected with disease. are turned with the other hogs. capacity of the The It is much better practise to raise soil is enormously increased by the heifer calves from the best cows In presence of large quantities of decayPhysican and Surgeon the herd to keep up the number ot ing organic matter or humus. protablo milkers than to depend upOffice Danville street. on buying the maturo animals as Ducks prefer ground grain to whole needed. except in cold weather, when a Residence Phone 9. grain Office Phone 89 ration" of whole grain soaked In warm Start the trap nests so It can be water is desirable for them. Call and see us for a good known which are the best winter layers. Almost any old hen will lay In A nervous cow is preferable to a spring and summer; it takes a good stolid one. The chances are that sho Hair Cut and Clean Shave. hen to lay In late fall and winter. will give more and better milk than The Only Two White Barbers Ih Towh. her dull, mopish sister. See the tall sign, North side of The use of the separator Is no longfact that disease er an experiment with the farmers It is a Public Square. and dairymen, as most every farmer is more prevalent among hogs Just keeping two or more cows Is using after they are started on new corn M. one at the present time. than at any other time. water-holding Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, U well-know- n HOUSE. Sale White Dent B. L. Lancaster Ky. good. seed corn, Kelley, R. F. D. 1835. A moist soil then kept in an unfrozen condition as long as possible is the surest means to prevent winter killing of trees. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUiNTY ATTORNEY. W. O. Walker, Stanford, Ky. A sheep that has once been chased Will Practice in all State Courts and by dogs becomes suspicious at the U. S. District Court. sight of a dog or any noise that may Office over Police Court. Phone 194. suggest one. Nowadays farmers are alive to the fact that it requires strong horses to perform efficient work on the farm. A stumbling horse Is dangerous, and is usually made so by bad shoeing. Go King Squirrel. Old plantation, walking saddle stallion, will make the season of 1911 at my barn 2J miles South of Paint Lick on Richmond and Lancaster turnpike J mile from Manse at $10.00 To Insure A fcive Colt. King Squirrel is 10 yeara old, full 15 hauds 3 inches, jet black, fine saddle and harness horse, splendid style and action. His 1st dam by Peavine; 2nd dam by Lexington; 3rddam by Copper-bottoKing Squirrel was sired by Black Squirrel, Jr., He by Black Squirrel, 58, bred by J. C. Graves, of Woodford Co. Black Squirrel was sired by Black Eagle, 74, he by- King Williams, he by Washington Denmark, he by Gaines Denmark. He has proven to be a sure foal getter and his colts have good size and style are natural walkers and good drivers. - MAMMOTH KING NO. 1894 Black Jack, with white points, full 16 hands, will make the season at the same place at TEN DOLLARS to insure live colt. He has proven a sure foal- getter and fine breeder. Seven of his colts, all foaled (so far) this spring av- erage 42 7 inches. Let's hear from some Jack man to beat it. Will make ..contracts to serve Jennets. Mares or Jennets from a distance grazed at $2.00 ..per .month. Money "due when mares are parted with or bred to other stock. Lien retained on colts for service fee in all cases.- Care taken to prevent or escape; but not responsible .should any occur. BURDETT RAMSEY . Paint Lick, Ky. Phone in Residence. 5-- Chester Dare. 10. Mr. J. C. Graves who raised and showed Chester Dare 10 says it is almost impossible for two horses to be more alike than, Garrard Chief 1835 and Chester Dare 10. Col. W. A. Barriger, of Shelby ville, Ky., has judged this horse at the Texas State Fair several times says he is as fine a horse as he ever saw. Garrard Chief won the championship of teh South West at Dallas in 1908, 1909, 1910 and during that time his colts won more than and other herd shown there in saddle classes. At Fprt Worth Horse Show in March 1910 Garrard Chief won first in breeding class for saddle stallions and age over 15 good ones, he also won at same place first saddle stallion mare or for gelding. He will make the season of 1911 four miles from Stanford on pike at $25 to insure living colt Mares grazed $2.50 per month. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. five-gaited Hus-tonvil- LIVE STOCK MARKET. CINCINNATI UNION 8TOCK YARDS, x An acre of land which produces ton of dry hay must contain moist uro enough so that the' growing crop can pump up approximately 500 tons of 15 35 5 90 6 00 00 i Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Menrs Garments. Second hand clothes sold on commission. April 12 Cattle Hogs $5 C Sheep CATTLE: Shippers Butcher steers extra Good to choice Common to fair Heifers, extra 000 236 2.1 water. Cold-frames, to an intelligent, expert shoer. hot-bed- s, 5 green-house- s i 00 Qoodtocholce Cows, extra Good to choice 690 Common to fair Common to fair 5 3 5 10 255 00 t 5 15 lf585 502 and mushroom caves are all used for forcing rhubarb, but lacking these, one may utilize an ordinary root cellar. Any good cellar in which an even temperature of 40 degrees can be Phone 340. maintained will do for bees. An ounce of prevention Is worth a pound of cure In the treatment of your flock of laying hens. Public 'Square. 435 . 2 25 2 4 60 5 5 25 5 00 75 3.1 h. ltf. Faulkner, fllgr. Office Hoars S ft-- m Canncra.,...'...... Bulls balogn'aa...J '.... Extra ;....."...;.,.. Fat bulls. .'...J. CALVES: extra......,-- . '...f.. Talrtopobd. ........'.... Stags..... 5 7 6 3 400 00 75 15 75 50" . ........... Common and farge.. HOGS : good .packers and butchers G a ; Mixed packers 607 007 60fi 005 40 6 6 4 5 0 Some folks are still housing their hens under the barn, where the wind As foaling time approaches, the sweeps through, fearfully cold. These are the folks who are sure hens don't mare needs the best of care and the most careful feeding. pay. wagon in the Use a low, wide-tire- d orchard, nd thus avoid cutting up the sod and dragging the lower limbs over the bed, peeling and breaking them. properly-conditioned to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Office over Stormes' Drug Store. " 33. Fi "Walter. DENTIST. ... , ." le ( -- J. H.MURPHY, " Commoa.to choie heavy fat sows. Light shippers Pigs, (110 Ibs'and less) , 6 758 SHEEP: extra....... .. 4 154 Good to choice 3 75 4 Common to fair ..................... 2 25S LAMUSt.cXtra..,,.. 4 35 4 Good toonolce.-.i...- 40 35 3 76 4 ,00 e 40 Kicked By A Mad Horse. Phone 65. LancastjKyi J 45 50 75 50 50 25 10 ;.'."..-..- .. ..- Stanford, Ky. : Common to fair Clipped lambs.. Spring lambs . f-Cf -. ..... 65 60 3 7B6 15 6 00 5 65 4 7595 50 7 009 10 0 Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wis., had a most narrow escape from losing his draft horse, A with its necessary education largely leg, as no doctor could heal the fright completed, Is one of the most perfectly-finis- ful sore that developed, but at last Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it comhed products of the farm. pletely. Its the greatest healer of ulThere is solid satisfaction and en- cers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, couragement for a man to do his best corns, bruises and piles on team .that re- earth. Try it 25c, at R. E. McRoberts in. driving a sponds to good aomaaBshlp. ASon. t cold-sore- s, well-nate- d - 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 1 JOHN DUNCAN, 'rlFf-&- .. - "Jf A . -.-- k .JSSfev- rx " V5C, 1 J.S5fcCS ri-- Crw-.l- v' -j..: