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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 12, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911051201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 12, 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. Pr3 ' it-' v -- " -- ir-ry- -- r4 THE CENTRAL RECORI) PDtf-- RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWENTY FIRST YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911 Work Progressing On Light Plant. Life policies on horses and mules at six dollars per hundred. Money paid Mr. Walker has a force of men at cash on deaths from any cause by work reconstructing the light plant and Gaines the insurance man. It he hopes to have it in operation by The Misses Lear of Paint Lick leave the first of June. The new building is Saturday for Louisville to be guests of to be of brick and is to be equipped Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Haldemen. They with the latest improved machinery, leave Monday in a special car, for arid when completed, we hope to have Little Rock Ark. where Miss Mary lights second to no town of our class Lear will represent the State of Ken- in the state. tucky as Sponsor. Sale Continues. Mrs. Frazier Bennett of Louisville will be her chaperone and matron of The great closing out sale of Mr. H. honor and Misses Florence Haldeman T. Logan's is still on in full blast and and Alma Lear will be maids of honor. will continue until the entire stock is sold out. The people are now realizExhibit. ing how cheap the goods are going and The Women's Club will give an ex- every day brings new people into the hibit in th$3canvstare room formerly store. Mr. Logan has a large fresh occupied bv Mr. GSspool room, on stock of goods and the people of this Friday NjnoSaturqay. May 12th. and and surrounding counties never before 13th. The will have alisplay of fancy had such a money saving chance. work, pictures etc. Meeting At Hyatlsville. Get Ready For The Fair. NUMBER i 5. r&S&BEX WE HAVE A FEW 4 9 For Sale 48 Plymouth Rock chicks, week old. Over stocked. Mrs. M. D. Hughes. Buys New Rock Quarry. as Hughes & Swinebroad sold for J. B. Kinnaird to the City Council two and one half acres of land at the intersection of the Buckeye turnpike and Hamilton avenue. The ground is to be utilized as a rock quarry. Former Lancaster Lady Dies In Arizona. Mrs. Nannie Stevens died at her home in Douglas Ariz. After-- a long illness, the result of an sttact of typhoid fever. Her remains were brought to Bowling Green, Ky. and placed at rest beside her husband who preceded her to the grave seven years ago. Mrs. Stevens was Miss Nannie Hopper, a sister of Messrs Louis, John and Edwin Hopper and Miss Jane Hopper of this place. For Gounty Judge. The announcement of Mr. Clayton A. Arnold for County Judge of Garrard County in the last issue of this paper, came at the last momeut and we were unable to make any comment on it Mr Arnold is known by nearly every person in the county and all know him to be a man of the highest honor and integrity a good democrat and well qualified to fill the high office of County Judge. Mr Arnold is a business man and would guard well the best interests of the county should he be elected. He will prove to be a very popular candidate as he has an army of friends who will help him to win out. His record as sheriff of this county is sufficient proof that he will make a good county judge, should ho win the nomination and be elected. School Closing. I 3 giiton ; Buggies & Surries that we will make a special price on, as we do not want to move them to our new location (Mason Hotel.) Now is the time to get bar in RTTrtrtTPQ "" U111 b"11 " UUUWiUU' All Hio work is GUARANTEED. o-ain- i I jSu-KsI I a m I JLSb P THEY ALWAYS PLEASE. 1 m Rev. 0. P. Bush is conducting a series of meetings at Hyattsville this week. The meetings are held only in the evening, andjare held in the pret ty little Chapel which was recently erected by the people of that locality to be used as a Sunday School room. The little over two months distant, July 26, 28th. Have you anything on your place that looks to you to be just a little bit better than anything you have seen, if you have, why not give it a little extra time and attention, get it in shape and see if you connot succeed Opera House Opens. in keeping some of the money offered The new opera house recently over- on their liberal premium list at home. 27 and Mrs. Zimmer's Niece Dead. great Lancaster Fair is but a Come and Look before you I i bny. Our prices are always right. farPBQQ. I o hauled and remodeled by Mr. W. J. Romans, was opened Saturday night under the management of Mr. Coleman Gulley. A large crowd was present who were loud in their praise both of the attractiveness of the building and of the performance. i Mrs. R. Zimmer has received notice of the death of Mi ?s Freda Kist at her Come early, don't delay and let your neighbor get the choice. They are going to sell. We can save you money if you will let us. CONN BROTHERS V Lancaster, Ky. -- 4 CS3XS3E&32S2t33ES33S J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. home in Baden Germany on April 9th. Miss Kist was with .Mrs. Zimmer here for several years and left for her far away home in company with Mr. ZimGoing To Buffalo. mer in August last Upon Mr. 's Dr. J. M. Acton, of this place was return he biought with him a selected as a delegate to attend the sister of Miss Freda. Miss Mary AnNational Convention of the Woodmen, nie Kist, who is now with Mr. and Mrs. which meets in Buffalo on Juue 20th. Zimmer at the Kengarlan. He attended the State convention at Bowling Green when he wass'elected as Popular Man Leaves Lancaster. the proper one to go to Buffalo. There Mr. W. L. Perking, who for several were four other contestants. years has been the local representative Contract Let. for the Metropolitan Life Insurance On Monday the proposals for the Co. will leave slortly to make his erection of the new school house at home in Cannel City Ky. Mr. PerManse in the Paint Lick district were kins leaves becaus-j- of ill licalth in the opened. Mr. Joseph Roop offering the hope that the change will prove of lowest bid, which was $1,550, he was benefit to him. awarded the contract. During their stay "i Lancaster both The people of Paint Lick are to be Mr. Perkins and hit estimable wife congratulated in this new acquisition have made a host of friends who will to their already thriving neighborhood. regret to see them leave, but will wish them much prosperity in their new Mr. Terril Resips. home. Because of the need of his attention and supervision on his farm, Mr. Giv-en- s Street pair. Terrill has resigned his position as Lancaster is to have a Street Fair. book keeper for the Garrard Milling Beginning Monday! May 29th the Co. Mr. Terrill will be succeeded at the Adams Amusement ,o. with ten atmill by Mr. Horace K. Herndon, who including Ferris Wheel, is an efficient book keeper and office tractions, d ant all the attracman, and who will be an acquisition to tions carried by sudi companies will this busy firm. put their tents on t e public square, Electrocution Postponed. where they will reman for one week. Gov. Willson has granted ninety There may be somi, people in Lan days respite to Shay Penman, who was caster to object to a Ltreet fair, but sentenced to be electrocuted on the 6th we have just enough ,)oy left in us to inst, the electrocution was fixed for anticipate its comm with pleasure. August 6th. The postponement was Anyway it is not often we have anynecessitated because of the fact that thing of this kind, so et us forget our the electric chair is not yet in readi- objections and get i the enjoyment ness. The contractors promise to have we possibly can outbf the week of it in readiness by July 1st. gaiety Zim-mer- I S U&tH IUVI Hess. Merry-Go-Roun- 1 J Hogs Vaccinated. Postal Employes Busy. The employees at tlv local postoffice will be exceedingly lusy during the month of May. Everj article passing through the office mist be classified and counted. In addition to this the rural carriers are reaiired to classify, count and weigh eve article handled by them. AH this additional labor is required in order tha the postal auth-o- n orities may get a lind the business, may ascertain the amount of mail handled, Doth oy c rriers and post- masters. The end the fiscal year, by which the G'overnhent computes all their business, is Ju)e 30th and these preparations are male in anticipation of tne winding up of he yaars affairs. Child Acciderty Killed. (A WkrF Mr. J. E. Robinson had eighty hogs on his farm a few miles from, town, twenty of which were afflicted with cholera, seven deaths already having resulted from the disease. Mr. Robinson had the entire number, sick and well vaccinated last week, and he tells us that since their innocu-latio- n with the virus there have been no deaths and that the well ones are showing marked improvement. The icost of vaccination was?50., but this expense would be but a trifle if the means employed should prove a success. School Notes. Now is the time to have your old Buggy, Carriage or Phaeton - Painted or Repaired. first-class We have workmen and will do your work right and reasonable. Best Rubber Tires $ 6.00. 1 W. J. Romans HELLO! IS THAT . a Beazley -- 3& Haselden? IN- T)o you write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? i SI r j.k-M YES. o 2 Phone or call on us at The National Bank Lancaster, Ky. J Walter Fain Jr., the bright little seven year old son f Mr. and' Mrs. Walter Fain of the Bickeye section of the county lost his fe in a very un- usual manner Monda afternoon. The little fellow had follwed his father, who had gone out o clear away a large tree which hadpeen by one of the recent hih winds. When the father saWed the ;ree into sections, as a member of the faculty. . The trustees are seriously considerthe " heaviest section o which was at- tached the massive rpts covered with ing the addition of another teacher to church, Thursday night, at eight earth, sank back inp the hole from the primary department, which will i o'clock, by Rev. B. M. Shive, of Paris, which it had been upboted. Unknown permit half term advancement of the Kentucky. to his father, little waiter had crawled pupils. The Lancaster Graded School is fast into this hole to my and his little Negro Thugs Kill Officer. life was crushed o b by the heavy becoming known as one of the best schools in the state, with its efficient In Lebanon Sunday officer Robey was mass of wood and eath. corps of teachers, who work untiringly called to a tough portion of the city to quell a disturbance among some of the for the advancement and best interest For Go prnor He arrested Jesse colored people. of the pupils, it has attracted many Hon. Wm. Addair democratic can- - people to Lancaster especially for the Smith and James Buckner and while he had them in custody, and was in a dark didate for Governc of Kentucky is purpose" of educating their children. portion of an alley he was stabbed to pushing his candidac and a number of The educational facilities of a throuii the state have community is the first thing that comes death, there were sixteen knife wounds News-papeon his person, one thrust entering his come out for him. fith head quarters under investigation by people seeking brain and another his heart The two at the. old Inn in Lo sville Mr. Addams to locate, and that our school will bear negroes made their escape, but were and his friends bj hard at work. successfully the closest scrutiny is atrecaptured and were rushed for safety They have employ Mr. Owen Mcln- - tested by the numerous families who to the Louisville jail, the citizens of tire of Danville as ress agent in this have taken up their residence here Lebanon being worked up to su'-a district and he is sading out some good within the last few years in order to pitch of excitement over .the tragedy articles to the new aper and Mr. Ad- - take advantage of these facilities. Our present school board is composed that mob violence, it was thought dams is paying for pem. Mr. Addams would surely result, were theprisoners has struck a step i; the right direction of gentlemen who have at heart not placeo m jail tnere. iney were in and while we are f : McGreary and do only the welfare of the school, but of dicted Monday, the grand jury being not think Addams le right man or the the community. already in session, charged with strongest man in t j final election, still As to the teachers their qualification he is proving that a is not a dead one and fitness for the position which they murder. Officer Robey was 55 years of age, and the people can ead. about him- - and hold is amply proven by the fact that was a fearless officer, and a higoly re- - better understand vhat are bjs princi-- , the same corps of teachers is reemploy-lspected citizen of the community. ed each year. pies and what kirn )f a; man he is. ed Bra-shearup-root- ed rs h .- will be preached at the Presbyterian church at eleven o'clock by Rev. H. C. Garrison, of Danville. On Monday 2;30 p. m. the primary grades will give an entertainment in the High School chapel. The exercises of the intermediate grades will be given in the chapel on Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. The declamation contest will be held at the Presbyterian church on Wednesday night at eight o'clock. The address to the graduating class will be delivered at the Christian The commencement sermon May 18th. On 'Wednesday evening May 17th there will be held at the Presbyterian church a Declamatory contest in which five young ladies and three young gentlemen will take part as follows:-MissElizabeth Givens, Pattie Anderson, Georgie Sanford, Jennie Cox and Helen Robinson, and Messrs" Holbert Bastin, Frank Tinder and John The winner of this contest will be presented with a gold medal by the school, and will also represent Lancaster at the Blue Grass or School Tournament to be held at Springfield, and in which will take part l'epresenta-tive- s from seeral of the Blue Grass Graded schools. It is with a feeling of deep regret that the school gives up Prof. D. W. Bridges as the principal of the Graded School, he having given splendid satisfaction and brought the school to the present high standard, which they hope to maintain. The Board of Trustees af tax carefully considering the many applications before them, have chosen Professor J. L. Riley to succeed Prof. Bridges. Professor Riley is a native born Kentuck-iais originally from Ghent Ky., and was educated at Georgetown. He has had considerable experience as an educator, both in private and graded schools. He comes directly from the Georgia Militaiy Academy at College Park Ga., which is In the outskirts of Atlanta. Professor Riley conies highly recommended both as a teacher and a gentleman, and it is thought that no better choice could have been made for a successor to Prof. Bridges. Professor Riley will arive about June 1st and he and his wife will take up their residence at the college. The School Board has s, Misses Robinson, Mason, Smith, Anderson, Walsh and Mrs. Dar- nold and have chosen Miss Knapp West es Mc-Robe- Another successful year for the Lancaster Graded School is fast nearing its close. The past year has been one Ji of the most successful in the history of the school, and while the number of graduates falls below the average, there being only two, yet the advancement of the pupils in the different grades has been fully up to if not above the average of other years. The graduates this year are Miss Elizabeth Givens and Mr. Holbert Bastin. The Baccalaureate sermon will be preached bv Rev. H. C. Garrison, pastor of the" First Christian Church of Danville Ky., at the Presbyterian church on Sunday morning May 14th. The presentation of diplomas will take place at the Christian Church on Thursday morning HfiELDN BROS. c imxBwmdtm&m; mismmm M Worry flop Longer About what you are to have for DINNER? Call up Davidson & Walker. all time every thing that's good to EAT. Fhone 181. Another Confederate Soldier Dead. They will be glad to suggest something as they keep at Lan-caat- er Mr. Carroll C. Humber aged seventy years died in Crab Orchard last week, and after services at the Christian Church his remains were interred in the cemetary at that place. Mr. Humber was a member of a prominent Lincoln county family and was an uncle of Misses Rella, Allie and Mary Arnold of this place. He espoused the cause of the confederacy and was a brave soldier throughout the civil war. Making A Record. P" m RX.-s- a Cane The Boyle Circuit Court's session, ac- just completed, went on record as n, complishing more good and disposing of more business than any session ever helc in this city. Judge Walker cleared the dockets of all old business which has congested them for several years, and the next term will begin with a clear track. The lawyers, sheriffs, and other officials are delighted with the situation, while clerk Knotty Price is as happyas a lark. "Danville Messenger." For Sheriff. Millet In this weeks issue of the Record will be found the announcement of Mr. C. A. Robinson for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic, party. Mr. Robinson is at present our deputy sheriff and has made an excellent one. He is a lifelong democrat and has a host of friends who will push his candidacy. He will prove a popular candidate and if he wins the nomination and is elected to office the people will have an honest invi'ntif oVlrtMff QITrtl S E E "I I Whippowill ofTlVinff tt Af Vl?Q duty.in every particular. He is known by practically every per-- 1 son in the county ana no one nas augni to say against him. sSits As Special Judge. D I Mr. J. W. Miller sat as special judge i Cow Peas. the settlement of insurance matters between the Insurance Companies and Mr. Coy S. Sanders. Mr. Miller was agreed upon to sit in the case by the attorneys interested. Mr. M D. Hughes, who combines the qualities of a barrister with his many orher accom plishments, was agreed upon by Judge Walker and Mr. Tomhnson, the attorneys in the case, to sit in hearing on it, but owing to a rush of business, and also that Mr. Hughes is suffering with a Crippled hand and ccjid not sign the orders in the case, he declined the .honor. Mr. Miller, who was out of town, came in at this stage and proved to be the f fght man in the right place. The matters under dis cufieion were finry adjudicated. in the adjudication of some matters in the circuit court.last week involving s and HUDSON HUGHES Phone 26. & y : rvs: . -. t ,- - "VCj I? .y-'- rTr. -- " ,f rZ - w., -- v Z C The Central Record it without let or hindrance, and Lancaster Boy Making 'Good. without delay. The following article taken from the Third, and "lastly", do not forget incorporated. Knoxville (Tenn) Journal the distinguished visitors who are to be $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. with us shortly, the members of the of May 6th has reference to a young man known to most Lancaster people Louisville Commercial Club. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Their train will arrive here on May as "Tommie" Miller, who is now Dr. winning name 1 o'clock p. m. and they will Thomas H. Miller, and is Entered at the t Office in I.anc:t:r, Ky. 24th at principal city of East remain here about one hour. It would and fame in the Mail Matter. Mt Second-Clasbe but an act of courtesy to make Tennessee. The subject of the sketch Member 'Kentucky Press Association their short stay here as pleasant as- - is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Miller, and possible, and this will be done, but the who now reside at Arbor Lodge near is desired of every citizen Knoxville. Eighth District Publishers League. "Dr. Thomas P. Miller has returned of Garrard county who can possibly to his home in Knoxville for the purspare the time to come in and meet Lancaster, Ky., May 12 1911. them, and to assist in making them pose of locating here in his profession speciawelcome. Those who own automobiles as an eye, ear, nose and throat Rates For Political Announcements are requested to bring them, as it is list. Dr. Miller has been assistant surEye, Ear and For Precinct and City Offices ....$ 5.00 purposed to take them for a short drive geon at the Manhattan hospital. He also has taken a Throat 10.00 about the city. For Countv Offices 15.00 These people are out primarily for special course in eye surgery at the and District Offices. For State 10 the unbuildintr of Louisville's trade. New York Eye and Ear hospital, a For Calls, per line 10 boosting their own town, which every special course on the ear at St. BarthoFor Cards, per line Belle-vu- e citizen of everv town should do, but lomew's, has done clinic work at For all publications in the interand for six weeks engaged in postthey are ever ready to assist the coun-tr- v est of individuals or expresstruggles for various operative work for Dr. Chappell, noted town in their sion of individual views, per 10 things in their own particular com- eye, ear and throat specialist. He graline 05 munities, This t ey have time and duated from the medical department of Obituaries, per line again demonstrated by rendering us Lincoln Memorial university last year, timely assistance in the matter of get- and then went to New York for hospiANNO UNCEME N TS ting better railroad facilities, and tal work, where he has since been." holding the facilities which we now Democratic Ticket. West have, and in various other ways. Come QUt and help us show these FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. William K. West, oldest son of Robcity folks that their country cousins Mercer. Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of ert K. West and Mattie G. Roberts, are not lacking in hospitality. was born in Lancaster, Ky., April 24, give j and-Tribune Lancasier Boy Sees Mexican Battle. Lewis H. West who for several years has held a lucrative position in the Treasury Department in Washington, has been compelled on account of ill health to seek a milder climate, and has been transferred to Douglas Ariz., where he has a good position in the Custom house. His many friends will be gratified to know that there is a marked improvement in his health even in the short time he has been there, and hope for an early and complete restoration to Business Man. William Addams, Candidate for Governor, is a Busby iness Editor Hodgenville Her Man.-Discus- NE W' DEERE I'o-.- s sed ald. (From Hodgenville Herald,) We are informed that Hon. William Addams, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor, is a bus iness man of undoubted integrity, honest and upright in his business dealings, and that he is intellectually equipped to cope with any problem that may present itself in the of either public or private affairs. It has long been proven that the odest business man, who is capable of the successful managemeet of his private affairs, is also capable of the successful management of public affairs. The habitual office seeker and professional politician is usually too much absorbed in promoting his own selfish affairs to give the people that full measure of service promised in his oath of office. Kentucky needs a busi-ne- s Wood man in the Governor's chair at Frankfort for a few years. There is a lot of work to be done a lot of things to undo. "Doing" and "undoing" will keep a business governor busy all the time during his four years term of office. The Herald unhesitatingly says ftffl that it believes he will, if nominated and elected, give the people of the State a wise, conservative and busi- ness administration and he will employ himself constantly in "doing" and man-agme- nt -- health. Douglas it will be remembered was the scene of active hostilities between the Mexican Federals and Insurrecto recently. The following extracts from a letter from Lewis to a Lancaster relative gives an interesting account of what he saw of the battle:-- " We have had two battles here between the Mexicans. The Rebels took the town, I saw several of the federals fall in the fight. Bullets fell all over this town. Three were killed on the streets and eleven wounded. The Custom House closed down, the place was full of bullet holes. The officials had to get down in a ditch and wait until it was safe to come out. A few days after the Federal army 1600 strong men came up to retake the town. This Mexican town is only half a mile from Douglas, the Mexican Custom House and the American are just about 15 yards apart. The first day there was not much fighting, but that night they drew closer to the town, took their position, and the next morning about 6:30 o'clock I awoke with a jump, the Federals had opened fire with their rapid fire guns and with a three pound cannon and with Mauser rifles. I want to say it sounded like some fight. I spent the day on the far side of a brick house. They fought all that night, toward morning the rebels ammunition gave out, so tney evacuated the town and fled and the federals took possession. The Custom house opened up for business the next day." 1 I The Greatest Goni Planter and Dain Mowing Machines. Call and see our FARMING IMPLEMENTS. up-to-d- ate lade line of Oliver, John Deere and BrownCultivators. For The Legislature. 188-1- . Most of his life was'spent We are authorized to announce J. A. Since a number of democrats have ington, JXidandBrooKJand a suburban v fl r Doty as a candidate for the Legisla- made announcement to the people town ture, subject to the action of tr e Dem- through the Record of their candidacy At an early age' he was converted party. county and united with the Brookland Baptist ocratic for the nomination for various offices, we deem it proper at this time Church of which his father was pastor. For The Legislature. In June 190S he, graduated from a to again say to our readers in Garrard endorse no Law School in Washington and soon afCounty that the editor will We are authorized to announce John candidate for a nomination, and will ter was married to Miss Helen Beale of "undoing" for the betterment of KenM.Farra as a candidate for the Legisla- endeavor to be thoroughly impartial to that city. tucky. And another thing Mr. Adture, subject to the action of the Dem- all who seek nominations for county The Government Land Department dams can win in November. It a v ocratic party. offices. We will, however, continue at sent him to Portland, Oregan in the inall times to present and advocate those terest of . Land"j Claims. Becoming at- , j l. t iMARY. Fur County Judge. nolicies that we think for the best in tacneu 10 me city, ne ueciueu to locate to practice his chosen profession. of the people, but not for the there Mary hail a cud nf "l. We are authorized to announce Clay- terest Oif April 13th. he went to Seattle. A nuissive, 5CRC1 personal assistance or detriment of inton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun'1 e. Shi' i'h:iv((l It :i' aspirants for county nomina- Washington on important business and And Mary log ty Judge of Garrard County subject to dividual County Levy. is a democratic while there was stricken with Spinal tions. The Record the action of the democratic party. nut Maiy hi ud of Riim- -i, paper and will consistently support all Meningites and died April 17, 1912. you know; She lo'd In order that the people of G raid His wife reached his bedside just a nominees, and thinks it best democratic day evening, county may know how the money they Kile chawed For Sheriff. And Mary beau. for the party organization to leave the few hours before his death. His body pay for taxes is spent, and how the merits of local candidates to be discus- was broutrht to Washington and nlaced spading thereof is apportioned, we Still. Mary Kept on chawing We are authorized to announce C. A. And didn't care a blink: sed and decided upon by the people. in the Beale vault in Oak Hill cemetery publi h herewith a copy of the levy That's why It wasn't lonff before Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Any candidate for a county office desir- April 25th. She drove her dad to drink. Garrard County, subject to the action He is survived by his wife and one ' for thc year 1911 and the apportion-chiling to present his position on public party. in& of the funds for the various of the Democratic Helen M, West, his mother, Mrs. j questions to the people may do so over Guessed It. R. West, three brothers, and poses:- his signature through the columns of It is ordered by the court that there Elolse Is the particular ray of sunone sister. this paper under the usual publishers "Lest We Forget. Though a young man he had filled be levied for the year 1911 upon each shine in a happy South end home, regulations. and of late she has been much interpositions of trust and prominence and $100.00 assessable and assessed properThere are many things left undone, ty, real, personal and mixed, tangible ested in conundrums. Recently Eloise which unthoughtedly or negligently, After being hammered orally for had won many friends wherever he had and intangible, liable for taxation in was permitted by her mamma to take had they been done, might have result- nine consecutive hours by the republi- been, a trip all by herself to her papa's ofed in great good to the community. can minority members of the National "He has ceased forever from labors, Garrard county Kentucky, an ad val- fice, and she stepped through the door Everybody's business is nobody's busi house, the farmers free list was on and is clothed in the garments of rest. orem tax of fifty cen(s for the various with eyes shining in anticipation of He has entered the chamber of Sil purposes of maintaining the county the surprise she was about to give her ness, and because of this fact the error Monday passed by that body in its Government, and the same apportion- - daddy. ence, of omission is often committed. The original form, "without amendment. "Well, well!" exclaimed her dadAnd lives with the purest and best." .ed as follows:- - twenty five cents on object of this article is to simply refresh The measure carried by a vote of 236 cam viiu uuuuicu uujuia ui sum as dy's business partner. the memory of the public in general as to 109, the democrats voting solidly V '1 oocqo1 n nccnccnhltt "Hole in the ground with water in UOVUUUH. HIV,ll,J for the to some things that are now under con- for it and mustering fourteen republimaintaining, repairing'and reconstruct- it," replied Eloise promptly. suctemplation, and which to bring to a cans to their aid. If the measure 'Boys Scouts. ing and keeping up tie various roads cessful accomplishment will require passes the senate and receives the Family Rogues' Gallery. part of our president's signature, it will place upeternal diligence upon the In many towns throughout the coun in Garrard county that are kept up by "You know Mrs. Van Gilder's family more who interest them- on the free list agricultural implements try bands of "boy scouts" are being taxation: Eight ceris on each one citizens, the selves, the better chance for ultimate meats and many other articles. organized. The youngsters are provid- hundred assessed andjassessable prop- portrait gallery that she started last erty for the purpose if the payment of year?" success. Representativa Morse, an insurgent ed with natty khaki uniforms and ac. First, we wish to freshen your mem- republican representative from Wis- coutrements and present quite a mar- the salaries of the virious officers of "Yes." that great criminal detective "Well, Garrard county: thrte cents- on each ory as to the proposed Electric line consin, on Monday introduced another tial appearance. officer who guarded the wedding presfrom Nicholasville, the people along the free list bill to cover wood pulp and The scout movement has been devel one hundred dollars jjf assessed or as ents when Frostie Van Gilder married Lexington turnpike, the route over material used in the manufacture of oped first in England and later in sessable property for the purpose of the oldest De Graft, boy told me that which the proposed line is to be built, print paper. America by Ernest Seton Thompson paying the interest tin the bonded in- he recognized seven of the portraits enthusiastically generally speaking, are and General Baden Powell, and its debtedness of Garnrd county: three and they had all done time whatever one prominent farmer of the for it, Washington Flexner, head of the motto is, "Be Prepared," for any- cents on the one hindred dollars of that means." Bryantsville section goes so far as to firm which bears his name, was form- thing. It is not a military movement, assessed or assessable property for the off the bonded insay he is willing to give the erly expelled from membership in the Scouts are first initiated as "tender- purpose of paying Disappointed. Gariard county that not only along the pike, tut Louisville Stock Exchange. He was foot" scouts and after they have learn- debtedness of "So your hair is coming out very comes due and payable in the year fast?" asked the drug man. . through his farm if necessary. There is charged with violating the rules of the ed to do certain things they may be in each one "hunvery little opposition to the proposed exchange by "scalping" commissions in "Oh, yes, in handfuls," replied the to "second class" scouts and 1911: eleven cents dred dollars assessid or assessable 'neighbor. route, and that weak in character, half certain transactions. Flexner paid later to "first class" scouts. Exami"Did you ever try my hair tonic?" hearted we might say. $5000. for his seat on the Louisville nations are necessary before these pro- property of GarrarJ county for the "Oh, yes7 but I really don't think purpose of a generaj, revenue fund to To the residents along the proposed exchange, which was a record price motions, so that by the time a boy beurge to be for seats on the exchange in that city. comes a first class scout he knows how pay and liquidate.11 legal demands that is entirely to blame!" Yonkers route we wish to especially Statesman. up and doing in behalf of the scheme; tn ir InfQ nf tfiinore in omnrcrnnnioQ flint against the county tlat are not herein see these people who are opposed to it, nhm,- - specifically .provided tor. h; oiHpr. knmv utti Eczema Cure A Beauly Wash. 2 II is further ordered by the court She Couldn't Understand. point out the advantages to be derived Everything the scout learns isprac-- 1 Fidgety man, getting up and giving that there be levied tor the year 1911 from its construction, not only to inAlthough D. D. D. Prescription has tjcaj up his car seat to the stout woman dividuals, but to the entire community, been recognized for years asjthe one Bov scouts are at all times subiect to uPon each male cizen of Garrard who had been swaying from a strap twenty me years of age, so that if we lose the road, which we remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all and guided by the "Scouts Law" and it C0Un5 ovep, for four miles: "Take this seat, have no idea we will do, let it not be other forms of skin disease, it is now won't hurt vmi to learn the scout law u IJO" La oi OIle uou anu ""y cents ma'am." because of lack of efforts upon the known that there is no other wash, from your boy. This is something of to be used, for keepng up and mainStout lady, in suspicious tones and taining the various rlads of Garrard with a strong flavor of sarcasm: part of Garrard, county people to se- even those used by the beauty spe- what the scout law contains: cure it: and when the time comes to cialists, that can compare with this "A scout's honor is to be trusted. If county Kentucky keptUp by taxation; "What's wrong with it?" grant the if as we hope mild liquid for cleansing the skin of a scout says upon his honor that a thing and also ten cents on (ach one hundred will shortly, let us be able . to point pimples, blackheads, rash, and all sim- is so, it is so. If a scout were to tell a dollars assessed and afcessable proper- it DON'T COME OFTEN. ty, and a poll tax of ffty cents on each to it with pride, and without a hitch or ilar skin affections. lie when placed upon his honor i draw back upon the part of any of our For this reason alone, a bottle of could be directed to hand over his scout mate ciuzen oi uaruru county over the age of twenty oie years, except citizens. D. D. D. should be kept on hand in badge and cease to be a scout. We have heard a good many people every household. A trial 25c bottle "A scout does his duty. If in doubt the assessed and asassable property argue that bringing Lancaster into will show you the merits of this great which of two things to do he stops and and every male citiin over twenty Discloser proximity with Lexington, in so remedy as a complexion wash. asks himself, "Which one is my duty?' one years of age in Glided School trict (white) No 24 asprovided by the far as transportation is concerned D. D. D. seems to remove the cause, and does that one. would prove injuriousto the" town. whatever the trouble may be, cleans"A scout is courteous, and helpful to Graded Common schoif laws governing As to this, a gentleman who lives on ing the skin, and leaving it as soft, as old people, cripples, sick or any one the said Graded Copnpn schools. the proposed line, and who is deeply in- smooth and clear as that of a healthy needing help, and tries to do somebody terested in its construction, took the child. a good turn every day. He never ac'i"i trouble to investigate this theory; he Get a 25c bottle today and keep it cepts pay for accommodating people or Owrote to a frieud in Georgetown, a in the house. For sale by all druggist. doingjittle favors. THE END OF TU ERCUL0SIS i 9 town much closer to Lexington than is "A scout is loyal to God, his country, Lancaster, inquiry was made of a his employers, his parents, and he will Timely "Advice. Stamping Out he Disease. leading banker as to what effect the stick to them through thick and thin. offers the folThe Indiana Farmer traction line had on Georgetown, his "A scout is cheerful. .If given an or By HOMER r'OI.KS. answer was that it beyond any doubt lowing advice in regard to the handling der he must carry it out; if he does not There Is absoluu unanimity. of poison about the farm, which in like it he may come back after he has proved beneficial to that city. too, among our ejpprt authoriThe second matter to which we wish view of the recent poisoning of stock carried it o t and state his reasons ties (as there wasinot a decade call your attention is the proposed in this county, might be beneficially against it, He nevea goes about things to ago) as to just wlJt we need to site of the Government building. As heeded by our farmers. in a hang-do- g sort of way. do in order to pre'nt tuberculoEvery summer we hear of accidental has been before stated in these colnmns "A scout is respectful to all. The sis. We must liuvgeneral pubit will be necessary for the Legislature poisoning from Paris green or other penalty for swearing is to have a cup lic education as 6 the nature to cede the right to the U. S. Govern- deadly mixtures because they were left of water poured down the sleeve by the and symptoms ofltue disease, ment to use the ground forgove.nment lying carelessly around in old cans other scouts. and we have it. V' must have Orvllle Bore When we were talking purposes. This will be done in Janu- where children or stock could easily get reporting of cases y. physicians, scout is thrifty. He saves his "A of actors and I said I'd like to be a gettingL We must at the stuff. Often the poisons are money so that he can be able to take ary 1912. The representatives of the and we are star, what did you mean when you said have free dispeiisauos in every Government will tben want a deed, and kept in the house in unabeled contain- care of himself at all times and b.e able you'd rather I'd be a comet? city aud considerate village at they will want an iron clad one, the ers, and jve frequently hear of a case to help others when sick or disabled," Miss Weerigh Comets only come which any person an secure nn person mistakes a poisonstrongest general warranty deed ob- - where-som- e once in fifteen years. Not a bad code of morals which expert and tuoroujli diagnosis, tainable, and this must meet the ap- - ous preparation for some harmless might well be well emulated by their of his condition andudequate inproval of the Attorney General, Are powder. People are too careless about elders. f Not So Bad. structions as to wtit he must we prepared upon short notice to fur- - these things. Poisonous preparations Vaudeville lias run a week we are gettjg dispensado. and And we're a Jubllator: nish this? We are liable to be given are a necessity on every farm, but that A Burglar's Awful Deed. ries. We must hive visiting For Harry Lauder so far has is jio reason why some people should but short notice when the time comes. nurses to visit thematients in Had but one Imitator. may not paralyze a home so comSome time since, we heard it rumored handle them so carelessy. The only their homes and lnjruct them, not once, but many ties. In the that there was some controversy be- safe plan to follow is to have a place pletely as a mother's long illness. But So It Is. protection of their louseholds. tween the town and county as to the especially for these mixtures where Dr. King's New Lrfe Pills are a splen"Will you tell me why to entertain children can't get at them. Keep them did remedy for women. "They gave We are, getting vising nurses. ownership of the park. Has that been a dwarf is the same, thingas to blow We need, above air, ospitals In settled, if not it should be, and that under lock and key. And when through me wonderful benefit in constipation- up wjth an explosive?" the larger cities Jir a county gentlemen, with a box that has contained some and female trouble," wroteMrs. M. C. 1 speedily. Get together "Didn't know the two acts had any hospital jn every cot ty, and we resemblance. Why Is It the same?" come to an amicable adjusttgjjfifciQf poison put it into the stove iustead of Dunlay, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, ' are getting hospitals r& tossinEr-i- t intd the yard. The stove 'is trv them. 25c at R. E. McRoberts &. "Because, stupid, At Id to dine a nes this matter, and when the tM -- 5 mite." ' TSon. deed, letwe3Jable tn the only safe place", for it. to makethe in Wash- I County Nominations. J. R. MOUNT, SON yryg-s-- C& CO. rT- - If You Are In Need of Money to run your business, do no1 hesitate to crme to this bank for a loan. You will always fird us ready to assist you in every way possible with due regard to secure and progressive methods: also when re quested to give you the benefits of our knowledge of banking. On the basis of such service we earnestly solicit your patronage. up-to-d- ate 1 1 1 1 1 1 : i lt-- i. I ! The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. 3C d, pur-Matt- ie P5iiSA ( ?T P! Kcc! i. JD Poultry Sslsers si jn to m a j e XO.VK AS f!OOI - OJ2E3 Cholera, Gapes, LimbernecK, Touo.. j;o cum:, xo wr - Diarrhoea a;.u . W ilvrtr Misi Katie Br ant. BarcLlowi, Ky.. siys: "I far years&sd thai it the &l R"i pouUrv rm!y made .U'l'-- l' llcursi?'sand!i'nifa cironprd ovn thelllcf a sepias WLICoomrs, UarcLtown. I'y s- - 'iz "O e ji p o Iectve 4 ' chicLi n Lifa the worm aa J relieve! t!ie claci. i niUa.Jy. ! i i s the best ir.veuvr I luve eYf--r used." , Mfg. and Guaranteed b J. KctL Cr rzit, E:ri,!ov.-K;. Price CQc C a'l i Canker,. diseases or poultry To9-G 8 R. E McROBERTS & SON, Lancaster, Ky. - - LANCASTER SUMMER FESTIVAL AND right-of-wa- y, ad-vac- ed ONE SOLID WEEK, COMMENCING AlONDfW, MflY THE GREAT 29th. t . - I right-of-wa- y, li7 If fJ COMPANY. Mammoth Ferris Wheel. 10 Big Feature Shows 10 Gigantic Merry Goround. PTPl'Ej'lTJI ; Twice Daily Cham pion High Diver. - '-- Diving 128 feet at 4:00 and 10:00 p. m. De Speiro's Superb Italian Band SPECIAL DAYS EVERY DAY. ATTRACTIONS. Big Hippodrome Show. Electrodome. Big Joe. The Aeroplane Girl. Dixie Land Minstrels. Vaudeville. Daffyville. The Broadway Belles. i ON THE SQUARE AT 33 $ L AIT CASTES. -- 1-- m Don't IsLiss Anything. Come on Monday and Stay All Week. ? . - i-- "- , t t.rf-- '. - j Vi - .. - GET IN LINE MEN'S . Don't The Greatest Opportunity Of Your Life. Miss Attend the Great Closing Out SALE of H. T. LOGAN Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing: Goods at unheard of prices. Everything goes in this sale. Nothing reserved. Come in and let us dress you from head to foot at prices lower than ever offered the people of Lancaster, Garrard and Surrounding Counties. PALL SUITS $1.98 UP. Shoes and Furnishing Goods at your own prices. The whole stock Must and Will be Sold. TERMS CASH H. T. HENS Vi LOGAN, Lancaster. FAIR EXCHANGE. A nets. POSTED UPSET STOMACH LADIES. 2 When First Are Best. " 'Think twice before you speak once,' is a good rule," said the moral-izeizer. And There Are Others. One of the things Time gave the hooka "Was r. New Back For An Old One-- How It Is Mi-o-- na Stomach Tablets Drive Away Roosters 5cts. Ducks 10c, Eggs, 2 to 2icts. 1 1 Turkeys I Octs. Coal from H. V 1 1 to 14cts B. NORTHCOTT, Vtr nr?T irw1iioinrrnil Tnti U1IUU4l)II4.U t?ir AIV glib VVtU.i- ling to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Jno M Farra Sqnire R Parsons W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price j E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. J G Clark Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett C G Gay W K Leavell E Dunn John Boian E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath. Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan J. W. Simpson Done In Lancaster. Stomach Distress In Five Minutes. DEPOT STREET. Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Don't Repaper this Asparagus, Blacker- season. Have your ries. Raspberries, Paper Cleaned. Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Paper Cleaning. Belching of gas: heaviness sour taste The back aches at times with a dull, in mouth, dizziness biliousness and indescribable feeling, making you nausea occurs simply because the stomweary and restless; piercing pains shoot ach is not properly digesting the food. across the region of the kidneys, and stomach tablets give inagain the loins are so lame to stoop is stant relief to upset stomachs, but they agony. No use to rub or apply a plastthey put er to the back in this condition. You do more;and build strength into the stomach it up so that it can cannot reach the cause. Exchange the easily digest a hecrty meal. bad back for a new and stronger one. Sick headache, nervousness, sloepless-nes- s Follow the example of this Lancaster and bad dreams are all caused by citizen. fermentation of food. Mrs. T. S. Elkin, New Danville Pike, Stop the fermentation; renovate the, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I feel grateful stomach and make it clean and sweet to Doan's Kidney Pills in return for the and half the ills of the human family benefit they have brought in my family would promptly disappear. My back was very lame and there was If you have stomach trouble of any a constant pain at the base of my spine. kind don't overlook the fact that Doan's Kidney Pills went at once to is a doctor's prescription, and the root of my trouble and entirely rethat it's as good a prescription as any lieved me. Another member of my doctor will write for years to come. family was bothered by attacks of lumR. E. McRoberts & Son sells bago and at times this person's back stomach tablets and so do leading was so weak and lame that walking was druggists everywhere. They are rigiddifficult Doan's Kidney Pills brought ly guaranteed to cure any case of stomrelief in this case just as quickly as ach disease, or money back. they did in mine. I have not the slighA large box of stomach test hesitation in recommending Doan's tablets costs but 50 cents. They act so Kidney Pills, as I know they live up to quickly that after dinner distress, all the claims made for them." heaviness, and belching disappear in For sale by all dealers. Price 50 five minutes. Give a trial on n cents. Co., Buffalo, money back plan. Free trial treatNew York, sole agents for the United ment of MI- will be sent to any States. reader of this on request. Address Remember the take Booth's Buffalo. N. Y. no other. MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A Foster-Milbur- O-- name-Doan's-a- nd Mi-o-- 1-- m "Xot always," rejoined the demoral"Some persons think of so much Still Wondering. meaner things to say on second Tho deaf man got out of the tram thought that I'd rather hear their first car on to the other line of rails. thought pertaining to the subject." "Look out, there's a car coming!" cried the conductor. ,j : NOT A CHICKEN. "What?" said the deaf man. . bath. "There's a car coming." Sold by druggests everywnere and in jywPBTT''t 'I "I T' ' "What?" Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & Son. Just then the car caught and knocked down thtf deaf man and. as he FLATWOOJ) picked himself up, he said: "I wonder what that fool kept me W. H. Furr bought a cow and calf there talking about." Scraps. from Dock Hunt for $35.00. Rev. A, C. Baird has begun the Too Calculating. erection of a new dwelling house on "Aren't you going to marry Mlsa his farm. Pertle?" Joe Burnside. (colored), will be "Not me; ishe's too for me!" tried for attempt rape on Saturday be "How la she so fore Squire J. W. Coldiron. "I telephoned her last week that I There will be preaching at Good would bo up the following night to Hope next Saturday and Sunday by propose, and she went and sold the the pastor, Rev. A. C. Baird. moving picture rights of my aroposal to the highest bidder." On last Sunday the attendance at Good Hope was 75 with only 3 visitors, which speaks well for our community. A Real One. Hubby (angrily) You were no Mary Stewart, a worthy colored "Is this a problem play?" asked th chicken, remember, when I married woman, of Flat Wood died of consumpstand critic of the manager. tion on Thursday and was buried Fri- you. "It la," replied that worthy. Wife No. I was a goose. "And what," asked the critic. "Is the day. special problem presented?" "How to get money enough into tha Chump No. 1. box office for railroad fares to our next The chap who when he's lost a bet, date," said the manager, with pointed A Rootlly stake. Complains In tones of loud regret brevity. te We can promise you a clear, clean skin and a beautiful complexion if you use ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP according to directions. ZEMO is a skin beautifier and a scientific preparation for the treatment of eczema, pimples, dandruff and all diseases of the skin and scalp. ZEMO SOAP is the nicest, best lathering antiseptic soap you ever used for toilet or Elliott's Five feet of books. one-nig- BUCKEYE. Mr. Raymond Ray was in Richmond BKYANTRVILLE. J. J. Faulkner. Phone 340. Lancaster, Ky. Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. BETSY'S POINTERS I don't think the height of misfortune has ever been reached yet, although many of us have often made a good try for it Molly and I staged this little scene for you dear reader, just to help you forge your troubles by trading at the up Cash Store of R. S. Brown': to-da- te yg.-.pmSli- fc t ONE DROP down the throat of a "eapey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops In the drinkine water CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea and other chick diseases. One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this medicine on band. Ask for free booklet oa fDtaeases of Fowls." Hakes 12 Gallons of Medicine. J, R. Mount, Son &Co i Dr. W. M. Elliott bought a very fine horse from Mr. Eugene Rubel for $230. Saturday. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mr. Bryan Ballard of Lexington Mrs. Nancy Janie Ray had the misPlaintiff H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. fortune to lose a fine milk cow last spent several days at home last week. Eliza Ross vs week. Mrs. W. L. Glass and daughter Mary Henry Edgington Defendant Lexington, Kentucky. Rev. Thornton will fill his regular Lee of Hanly are the guest of Mr. and Pursuant to a judgment of the GarMrs. J. W. Glass. rard Circuit Court, rendered in the appointment at this place Sunday morMrs. T. E. Adams Miss Mattie above styled cause at its March term ning. 1911, the undersigned commissioner Mr. Robert Long has returned home Adams and Mr, Price McGrath spent will on Saturday in Lexington. after a protracted stay in San Antonio MONDAY MAY 22nd 1911, Miss Mayme Lee Ballard will leave Texas. this day being County Court day, bein a few days for a visit to friends in tween the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. Miss Mamie Pearl Brown spent a Louisville and Lexington. and 12 o'clock noon, sell at public out part of last week with her sister Mrs. Miss Margaret Robinson has return- cry in front of the Court House door in Hanly Kurtz. Lancaster Ky, to the highest and best ed home after a visit to her sister Mrs. bidder, the following real property to Mr. and Mrs. Tailor Rainey of LanMary Spillman at Harrodsburg. wit: caster spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. This property is located in Garrrrd Kev. Trumblood of Quincy Illinois J. W. Brown. Ky., spent Saturday and Sunday here with County,bounded near Bourne post office and is as follows: beginning Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coy and children his niece Miss Thora Trumblood. at a stone in Marsee's line, corner to of Kirksville spent Saturday with Mr. Miss Eliza Ison and Mrs, Eliza H. Taylor Mullins;B thence N 8GJ E 16.4 and Mrs. R. I. Burton. Ballard attended the District Sundaj ooles to a stoneion the hillside; thence 64 E 9J pol js to a stake in the Quite a number from this place atSchool Convention of the Methodist branch; thencedown the branch S 52 tended the baptism at the Kentucky churnh at Burgin Tuesday. E 20 poles to a stake on the north side river Sunday afternoon. Misses Marian Atkisun and Hattie of the branch; thence S 41 E 15 poles to a stake thence S 50 poles E 13 poles Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Miles of SomerArnold of Caldwell College will come to the mouth ofi the drain; tl ence S 40 set have been visiting his parents Mr. Friday for a short visit with Misses W 1 poles to Henry Edginj ton's corand Mrs. A. C. Miles. ner; thence wh his line S 15J E 37.9 Annakay and Margaret Jenkins. poles to a stake near two be sch trees, Mr. Edd Dickerson has been spendMr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell and corner to Mrs; King and Warner; ing a few days with his sisters Misses daughter Evelyn of Danville, Mr. and thence S 72J E10J poles to i stone in Jennie and Katie Dickerson of the Mrs. Robert King and children of the branch, thence S 74J W 57.75 poles Richmond Normal School. Louisville were the guests of Mrs. J. to a stone; thence S 2J pole to a stone in Warner's line, cornerto Sadler; C. Williams Sunday. 66 polesto a stake, thence N 84J There will be a pie supper Friday corner to said Taylor Mullins; thence night at Mr. Noe's office given for the up the said branch N E 14 poles; Don't you want to know Cured By The Marvel Of The Century, benefit of the Womans Home Mission- thence N 24J pols toAhe beginning, acres) 48A 1 containing (forty-ejgl- ft ary Society. Eveaybody is invited to R and 31 poles. TKjsyis the same tract how good a B. B. For 30 Years. attend admission fifteen cents. of land that was conveyed to Eliza Vulcanite Roofing is? This Hawking, Spitting Foul Breath, disEdgington game Seturdty af- Ross and Henry now of recordby Joel At the base-ba- ll and five other tests contained in charges of yellow matter permanently in the Marsee by deed ternoon the local team defeated Bur-gi- n Garrard County Clerk's office in deed our free book, "Jen Years Wear cured with pure Botanical ingredients. by a score of 17 to 6. There is a book 17, page 497. in Ten Minute Tests," will demonTo prove it we will send you a SAM- great deal of The purpose of this sale is to satisfy interest being manifested strate to you exactly how any preto PLE TREATMENT FREE. in these games and it is hoped we will a debt to Martha Gill, amountingdolpared roofing will stand up under Catarrh is not only dangerous but, it have the pleasure of witnessing sever $665.00 (six hundred and sixty-fiv- e any and every weather and emergcauses ulcerations, death and decay of al this season. The Burgin team is lars) with interest at 6 per cent per annum from Feb. 7th 1907 until day of ency condition. bones, kills ambition, often causes loss considered vuite a good one subject but the sale, May 22nd 1911,7th 1907, to a cred"Free for the asking," so ask of appetite, and reaches to general dedebt and Bryantsville. boys were too much for it of $33.25, Feb. to $794.42 (seven your dealer for a book and a saminterest amounting bility, idiocy and insanity. It needs at- them. hundred and ninety four dollars and ple of tention at ohce. Cure it by taking forty two cents) and costs approxiSaved Child Free Death. Blood Baim (B. B. B.) It is a mating $88.22 of Court proceedings for quick radical, permanent cure because has "After our child had suffered from which judgment case. been rendered in it rids the system pf the poison germs severe bronchial trouble for a year." the above styled land will be sold as a This tract that cause catarrh. At the same time Wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richard- whole and theof Convince yourself of Vulcanite proceeds, after paying Blood Balm (B. B. B.) purifies the son's Mills, Ala., "we feared quality of Vulcanite worth and Vulit had the debt including interest and costs, canite economy. Vulcanite Roofing blood does away with every symptom consumption. It had a bad cough all will be divided between the plaintiff is its own best salesman and we are of catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling the time. We tried many remedies and defendant in this action, in accor willing to let it sell itself to you. dance with the orders of the court. Our dealer will gladly supply the flood of warm, rich pure blood direct to without avail, and doctor's medicine TERMS Said sale will be made on a test book and samples. Ask him the paralyzed nerves, and parts affect- medicine seemed as useless, Finally credit of six months and the purchaser today. ed by catarrhal poison, giving warmth we tried Dr. King's New Discovery, will be required to give bond with ap (gjfflk PatentVulcanite Roofing Co. and strength just where it is needed, and are pleased to say that one bottle proved security, bearing six per cent and in this way making a perfect last- - effected a complete cure, and our child interest from date of sale, with a lien retained on the land to secure the pay. ing cure of catarrh in all its forms. is again strong and haalthy." For ment of the purchase money; said Druggists or by express, $1 Per coughs, colds, hoarseness, lagrippe, bond to have tqeforce and effect of a For Sale by Large Bottle, with directions for asthma, croup and sore lnngs, its the judgment uponwwhich execution may issue ii not paiu jii, maturity. home cure. Sample Sent Free by " infallible remedy J. A. AMON. Lancaster Lumber 8c Manu- writing Blood Balm Co, Atlanta, Ga. most 50c and $1.00. Trialthat's made. Price bottle free. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Describe your trouble and, free medical Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son, Court facturing Go. advice given. Sold by P. P.Frisbie. Maylstl911; Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Commissioner' s Sale of Land. And hollers "Fake!" Not to Notice. "Have you ever been through algebra?" asked the friend of the family of young man. the "Oh, yes," replied the latter. "But it was dark the night we went through and we couldn't see the pyramids." self-conscio- Tired Women Wemei, Those Hats. "Hello, Jack!" by Jove, your verv familiar, but I don't bebat is lieve I can call your name." Life. wen aid tired fr ver-wtr- k, telle Tiatleellif leave yw of leed a ifweik-less- tr tlrediess will Ml tortieillMeits 1 Cariil, tilt eHeetoilreaedy tl Hsell. Tike weak-Be- ss aid write eithislastically its great beielH to thea. wmei. Tkiisuls wmki live tried Cirfiil nd tl 1ST Take Areceit letter frt Charles Mrs. eaa-Mt hi., Ella There Is an Arabian saying that "words are women; deeds are men." siys: Brif f , Sweelser, TMie tell Imw mci Five as Roofing fire-resistant CATARRH. B.-Tested Stella Then my words, but deeds." motto Is "not prilse to ytw everywhere. fore I befai tiklifl Cardill eeild Mt a day's wark. I woild wrk awiile aid Me I skill always live lis due Iw e. yr mti-Icl- ie Be- it di-wi- . And smash his ugly head; I've learned Just how to do It now I" Tho letter carrier said. A Worm Turns. "I love to meet a vicious dog. edkke." Try CardiL Fir - K4t SPECIAL EXCURSION Be-tan- Vulcanite Roofing ic CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 21 st $1.50 Trip Round $1.50 Trip Raunrf SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. . 1-- m J. i r .. tis&" f XJ. "f - - Pf r ! Mil U -- . ' oecMMcocooofro0 I 4eoooeoooe0ooooooo60oooeo "J 1 List of Claims s The following is 'complete list of the claims allowed by the County Judge and Supervisor of roads and paid out of the Treasure as per order of said Judge and Supervisor as is shown by the report of the Treasurer and settlement made with the Fiscal Court of Garrard County Ky., at its regular April Term, filed April 8th, 1911, said report is made to cover dates April 9th, 1910 to and in cluding AdhI 3rd. 1911. same paid out of the Road Fund. Andv 1 dav work on road $ 1 00 . 19 08 Archer T C 954 feet lumber 1 50 Arnold Bill 1 day work 1 50 same Same 15 49 Arnold W A 35 Bu oats 5 00 Anderson John 4 days work 3 75 3 days work Same 7 50 6 days work Same 6 25 5 days work Same 3 75 3 days work Same 2 50 2 days work Same 5 00 4 days work Same 7 50 Adams Jimmie 5 days work 7 50 G days work Same 6 85 5 days work Same 7 50 5 days work Same 2 25 1 days work Same 3 10 days work Same 3 00 2 davs work Samfi Aldridge S H 4955 pounds of hay 29 73 4 43 Anderson Joe 406 feet rock Same for breaking 2 rods of rock 5 00 Same for breaking 325 feet rock 4 35 2 50 Same for breaking 1 rod rock Bourne J P for money to pay for work 26 50 Rnnnps Cryck P Same money to pay for baling hay 21 81 Same for money to pay hands, Wallace & Humber, Ed With ers, uommoaorer joyu, nnmer 42 90 Reid, and Charlie Bronston 3 75 Same For freight on machinery Same For freight on repairs for 10 12 machinery 47 40 Samn For freight on coal Same For Countv's part of hay 59 30 boutrht from Huehes Bros Same For money to pay for repairs, on culverts, and wash33 50 outs and ditches or money to pay for Some 53 70 rleanmj? of rock auarrv Same For money to pay freight Vizi-Ada- Pnmf fnr K ia Vintilincr nn rrnH Same for 7 " rods rock broke and Same for 4J days seam Same for 12 rods rock on Bryants- ville pike ' 50 rods ditching Grant Az for 4 da work Same for 5 da work " Same for 2 da work Gooch W G for 51J bu oats Same for money to pay for ditch- team - - J..U, 15 00 IK (VI HE WAS ENTIRELY TOO FAST. spread 38 50 13 50 90 5 6 6 3 20 00 00 00 25 00 50 EXPERIENCE Is the best teacher, so come and get the best SHAVE to be had at HENRY DUNCAN'S Barker Shop on Richmond Stukkt. We make a specialty of Honing Razors. Jersey Bull Heniy Simpson Season 191 17 Same for 5 bbls corn Same for money to pay hands work 37 on bridge & washouts Same, for 36 bu corn 21 Gott-22 R for 34i bu corn 125 Same for one horse for Co GastineauGrover for moving land 12 slide off of road Good roads Mach Co. for Grader & ing 4 00 50 50 60 25 00 75 Mil Graham J H & Co. for J H Graham 28 00 4 rods rock 18 00 Chas Leavell 6 da hauling repairs to date 207 25 i. ' J. W. H. SWEENEY. J. T1NSLEY, Ken tuck j' County Surveyor. PHONE 329-- J. Office over F. G. Hurt s furniture btore. Lancaster, Jim Watts 4 da hauling Gott Bros for 50 bu oats Grant A D for 5 da work Same for 6 da same Same for 5 da same Same 6 da same Same 2 da same Same 5J da same Same for 3 da same Same for 5 da same Same for 6 da same Same for 3J da same Same for 3 da same Graham Ben For 2i rods rock Same For spreading 15J rods rock For breaking and spreading 12J rods rock Graham Lee For 7$ broke and spread Gosney N J For use of barn for mules Green Thornton For 6 days with 12 00 21 50 50 50 A Lovely Scheme. 50 "Did you make any resolutions at 50 50 the beginning of the year, Mrs. Stout?" "Yes, I made one." 8 25 "What was it?" 50 50 "I kind of hate to tell." 00 "Pshaw! I won't repeat it" 25 "Well, I have resolved not to scold 50 my husband once until I have counted 23 75 ten." 73 65 Julius Kahn of San Francisco was Rt one time on the stage with Booth and Barrett, but later he went Into politics, had himself elected to congress, and developed a, sense of humor to contrast with the tragedy roles ho played jn the theaters. One morning he went into the country hotel In California and gave his or der for breakfast to a waitress who seemed utterly indifferent as to whether he' got food or starved to death. She kept him waiting a long time, and his impatience grewtuntil he had to give vent. . Calling a waitress who passed by his table, he said: "How long have you been here?" "Who, me?" she asked sweetly. "I've been here three'weeks." "Then," said Kahn, "you're not the one who took my order. That one left before you came." Popular Magazine. M WE PAY FREIGHT TO LANCASTER ON PORCH AND i LAWN Furniture. The Summer Furniture section of this store has grown to be a big department in itself. Here the showing is large enough to permit you to exercise your individual taste in fitting up your veranda. Everything that is new in Summer Furniture comes to this store. You will find Crex Graes Furniture in green and brown, white willow, hand made in stylish shapes so good looking when upholstered in dainty cretonnes Mission Furniture in malachite green and Early English-Kalt- ex, the very stylish and very durable fibre furniture in green and brown and the ever popular maple furniture with woven cane seats. Dr. R. L Pontius, Kentucky "How does it work?" "Beautifully. I was going to scold him yesterday, but before I had fin117 75 ished counting he had promised to buy rods rock 52 50 me a diamond bracelet." 7 00 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Offiice team Gastineau and Denny rods and 169 18 00 177 76 78 00 9 00 4 50 8 50 6 00 6 00 at Sweeney's Livery Stable. --- ft rock For 19 -- Lancaster, Graham Millard J. Paint Lick, n-i-t- f. DR. Win. BURNETT Physican and Surgeon. 6 days work Same 10 days work Same 10 00 6 days work 7 50 Same 5 days work 6 25 4 25 Same on oats 6 days work 7 50 Same For money to pay hands 6 days work Same 7 50 W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiai Same work on road 14 08 for 2 days work Same 2 50 Glasses Fitted, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Bryant Jim For repairs on pike 6 25 12 00 Herring Bill 5 days ditching and bridge 6 days work 9 00 7 50 Same Brim John For five days work 9 00 Herring Sherley 6 days work Brim John For 10 days work on 5 00 15 00 Hiatt Harve 4 days work pike House Taylor For one rod of IWm Bourne and Walker For four day 8 00 rock broke and spread 12 50 work on road with team Humes Jim For 6 da with team 18 00 1 rood and 100 Bourne Loyd For 7 50 10 80 Humber Bill For 6 days work feet of rock 6 25 Same For 5 days work Same For 601 ft rock broke and 6 90 20 52 Same For 5J days work Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. spread 7 50 8 50 Same For 6 days work Boatley Rube For 8 days work 7 50 Same For 6 days work Brim Harrison For 4 days work 7 50 12 00 Same For 6 days work 7 50 with team 21 00 Same For 6 days work Same For 7 days work 7 50 Same For 6 days work Same For 6 days work with team 18 00 Same 6 da same 7 50 4 50 For 6 days work Burnside Jim 5 65 Same 4 da same Rnmside Jim For 10 davs work 15 00 Same 2 da same 2 50 Bourne Sam For repairs on bridAll Work Guaranteed. 6 25 13 50 Same 5 da same ge and culvert 7 50 10 00 Same 7 da same on culverts Same For work 6 85 00 Same 5J da same Same For work on two bridges 4 7 50 Same 6 da same Same For balance on 496 ft rock 6 25 9 25 Same 5 da same , spread 7 50 Same 6 da same (Bame For ditching on Danville 7 50 Same 6 da same ' 6 00 Same 6 Pike 7 50 da same Broaddus W J For making cul17 50 Same 14 da same 10 00 Hurt Tom for 2 da work vert 5 00 16 50 Same 5 da same For 3 rods cravel 12 50 3 00 Same 5 Ball Joe For 1 days hauling 12 50 Offiice over Logan's store. da same Brown Charlie For 4 days work 5 00 Same 5 da same 13 25 Office Phone 6 Bronston Chas For 6 days work 7 50 Same 6 da same Residence Phone 75. 15 00 6 25 Same 5 da same Same For 5 days work 13 75 7 50 Same 6 Same For 6 days work 15 00 da same 7 50 Same 5 da same Same For 6 days work 12 50 9 00 Same For 6 days work 15 00 Same 6 da same 1 50 Same 6 Same For 1 days work 15 00 da same 1 50 Same 6 da Same For 1 days work 15 00 same Bourne Cleveland For team 5 days 15 00 Same 4 da same 10 00 of QUALITY. Same For 7 rods rock broke and 10 00 Same 4 da same 52 50 Same 5 da same spread 3 rods 12 50 I ? 21 00 Same 4 gravel 10 00 da same 00 aoooooooo 000000000 004 000000000 ooo 5 days ditching with team and ex7 50 Same 3 da same 21 25 tra hand 24 20 Hughes Ben for 69 bu of oats 30 00 Same 3 da hauling 9 00 Same For 4 rods of rock 21 00 Hughes and Ware for 2J da with 3 rods gravel 12 00 7 50 engine For ditching 4 days with team 10 50 Same For hauling on road 2 days 6 00 Same for use of engine 3J da VETERINARIAN. 28 50 Bob For 40 rods gravel 220 00 Same same 9J da Former Director Animal industry rhilinpiut Brown 20 00 Hodd Geo for 2 da work 3 00 Ditching 2 United States Arm; Islands. Bowling G A For team 3J days Hurt Wilson for 8J da with team 25 50 10 50 Harlin Howard for 6 da work 7 50 on road Office at Logan's Stable. 15 00 Hood Jim for 3 da work 6 00 12 hands 1 day Telephone 32 and 3i. DANVILLE. KY 150 00 Same for work on cart 5 00 Boian Bob For 25 rods gravel 64 00 Same for 5J da work on barn 11 00 8 rods rock 33 00 Bogie John For work on culverts 6 00 Hunter Joe for 11 rods of rock Same for ditching and work on Same For part pay on 23 rods 56 25 5 50 culvert of rock Hughes Brothers for 31 J rods rock Same For balance on 23J rods of 60 00 219 30 crushed & dumped rock Same For ditching and lumber 41 16 Same for balance on 76J rod rock 288 50 2 00 Same for part pay on rock RichOffice Danville street. Burnside Bob For ditching 26 40 . 450 00 Loyd Bourne For 44001b hay mond pike Office Phone St. Berkeley Eugene For 4 days Residence Phone 9. Same same Crab Orchard pike 175 00 6 00 Same for 3 da hauling 9 00 work Same for use' of steam drill and Call and see us for a good 9 00 Cheatham Lish for 3 da hauling 19 50 40 lbs dinamite 47 58 Same for part pay on 30 r6ds rock Carter D M for 2115 ft lumber Clean Shave. Cheatham Joe for 2 da hauling 6 00 "on road 103 00 9 00 Same for 3 da hauling 9 00 Same for 3 da hauling The Only Two White Barbers In Town. Coun Bros for repairs on road ma18 00 Same for 6 da hauling 212 41 Same for team 4 da chinery 12 00 See the tall sign, North side of Coulter Charlie for wark on culvert 5 00 Hudson & Hughes for 58 bu oats 26 10 42 50 Hudson for ditching for repairs on pike 1 50 Public Square. 17 23 Humber Perry Cochran S D for 26J bu corn & Wallace for 9 da work 11 25 88 93 Same Carter D M for 3757 ft lumber 12 50 M. for 10 da work 39 30 Same for 1420 ft lumber 5 00 Same for 4 da work Coulter Charlie for part pay on 12 50 Same for 10 da work 150 00 Same for 10 da work rock contract 12 50 Same for balance on 68 rods rock 428 00 Same for 12 da work on barn 15 00 Same for ditching repairing cul12 50 Same for 10 da work & hauling verts spreading rock 10 00 Same for 4 da work 81 25 LAWYER aad COUNTY ATTORNEY. water Hughes Ed for team on road 3 da 10 50 24 00 Same for 8 da hauling 4 50 for 3 da work 30 00 Same Will Practice in all State Courts and Cox Henry for 15 sills 9 00 for 6 da work 8 12 Same Cotton Ira for 324 ft lumber 4 50 for 3 da work U. S. District Court. 5 25 7 50 Same for 3J da work Denny Alex for repairing road Office over Police Court. Phone 194 7 50 Same for 5 da work Dennv W B for repairiner road on 6 75 3 00 Same for 4i da work Richmond pike 7 50 Same for 5 da work 1 50 Davis Sam for 1 days work 3 00 Denton Kus for work on culvert 1 & Same for 2 da work 10 00 Duerson Irvine for 1 rod of rock 5 00 Hughes Fred for 5 da work 14 00 Same for 8 da work 30 55 Dunn E for 13 bis corn 10 00 Same for 5 da work Dennv & Gostineau for 13 rods & 12 00 119 12 Same for 6 da work 53 ft rock 12 00 Same for 6 da work 16 ditching Cleaning and Pressing La- 163 rods Joe for 4 da with team 12 30 Same for 6 da work 12 00 IXJ Duncan 3 00 24 00 Same for 1J da work team 8 days Same for 4 00 00 Same for 2 da work dies and Men's Garments. Same for 5 da hauling on pike 15 7 50 Same for 3 da work 12 00 Phone 340. Public 'Square". Second Evins Lem for repairing 2 culverts 3 00 Some for 6 da work 7 00 6 00 Same for 3J da work Estes Ollie for 2 da hauling band clothes sold on commission. 8 00 9 00 Same for 4 da work Estes S H for 3 da work 12 00 15 00 Same for 6 da work Same for team 5 da on road VIgr. Is. ltf. 14 00 56 50 Same for 7 da work Same for 113 loads rock 4 00 Same for 2 da work Edwards Jack for 37 rods & 52 feet 10 00 223 30 Same for 5 da work of gravel Office over Office Hours 11 00 Same for 5J da work 8 R.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store Fig Geo 1 50 Same for 6 da work fori da work on road 12 00 3 00 Same for 5 dawork Same for 2 da same 10 00 1 75 Same for 3 da work Same for 1 da same. G 00 8 00 Same for 4J da work Faulkner Jim for 4 Ha work 9 00 5 00 Same for 4J da work Farris Bill for 4 da work 6 75 DENTIST. 1 25 House Taylor for 5 rods rock Same for 1 da work 45 20 12 00 Lancaster, Ky. Faulkner Jim for 6 da work Phone 65. Fox Newell for repairing two cul- repairs on road 3 days work Hurt Smith 8J days work Hiatt Louis 6 days work 13 rods gravel Punished for His Pun. Blx Why are you so down on puns, old man? Dlx A pun once cost me $50,000. Listen. Years ago two fat old aunts came to visit us. Dad told me to go into the parlor and pay my respects. I was a very smart young man. I went in and remarked in a cheery, offhand way that I had come to make my obeisance to my obese aunts." Bix But how about the $50,000? Dix They left it to the home for cats. A VARIABLE ROUTE. K. Denny, Vudor Porch Shades and Vudor Hammocks may be had here also. You'll Be Please! With Tlie Furuitore & Pric o u s DENTIST H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, Kentucky We start Porch Rockers with woven seats and backs at $1.60. j yf ( i " envy dem fellows dat play golf? Second Hobo No; I'm fond of walk-ibut when I start to travel I like to know which way I'm goin. Showing Off. Mary had a set of furs. For which her father paid. And so much silly pride is hers, She's always on parade. Good Resolutions. First Hobo Joe, don't you kind of n' A solid Oak Porch Swing complete with rust proof chains as low as $1.95. 7 1 I uut Mowers 6. F. BR0WER & 60. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. CERTAINTY IS WHAT A MAN SEEKS IN EVERYTHING The man who buys a I I i Ware McRoberts. it' Henry L. Casey, d.v.s. The ruler of Hades looked up from his morning correspondence as his secretary stood by with a pen t to indict his fiery answers. "Send all those bids back to the contractors we have with us," he ordered. "We get all our paving done free about now." red-ho- Or. J. B. Kinnaird, Physican and Surgeon Not a Mark. "When I went to New York," said the able financier, "I didn't take ?10 wijth me." "That," replied Mr. Dustin Stax, "Indicates a degree of caution which largely accounts for your subsequent success." How He Felt. Miss Gusher (to aeroplane passenger) It must have been splendid riding around up there. Didn't you feel as though you owned all the world beneath you?, Timid Fassenger Well, I certainly had an idea that I was a great deal Model 10 Visible Hair Cut and Remington Typewriter (Incorporated) Jfiflmflr w HOUSE. better off. The Doctor Evens Up Old Scores. "I don't mind the cost of living," muttered the professor, "so much as I do the cost of merely being kept alive." J. E. Robinson, buys absolute certainty; a certainty of satisfaction guaranteed by the greatest typewriter makers in the world Remington Typewriter Company 134 South Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. the doctor had just presented his bill for services rendered. For,- Held Up. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co "Hands up!" exclaimed the western train robber. "Gimme your money." "Too late," replied the tourist "I get off at the next station and I've tipped the porter." Harold's Broke. "Why don't you go to the dance tonight. Harold? Haven't you any flame?" "Yes, dad," said the Harvard student, "a flame, I ut no fuel." Life. O to o - 00. to B. F. HUDSON, o v. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest, President ORGANIZED 1SS3. w P e Citizens National OF LANCASTER, KY. Bank r Book-Keepe- Faulkner, S The Monster. Judge You claim that your husband treated you brutally. In what way? Plaintiff We were quarreling and he darted out before I could get in the last word. It Startled tke World. to 09 CAPITAL, 50,000. w to I :1 s &4 CO SURPLUS $30,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walker, Jr., r. ' W. 0. Ricney, Ass't Cash'r. 33. 3?. "Walter to Business Solicited. J. S. Prompt Attention. I have just opened up a new, clean Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN. verts Foster Sam for 4 da hauling on rd Same for 31 rods rock Floyd Commodore for 5 da work Same 4 da same Same 5 da same Same 5 da same Same 5 da same Same 6 da same Same 2$ same Same 4 da same Graham W H for 5 da work with 14 00 12 00 93 00 50 00 50 50 50 00 3 35 6 00 Kodak Clinton 8. When the astounding claims were first made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but forty years of wonderful cures have proved them true, and everywhere it is now known as the best salve on earth Photographer. for Burns, Boils, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Eczema, Chapped hands. Fever Sores and Piles finishing. Bromide Enlarge Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. n B XIX Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J - Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. r Bastin, r ments. Studio at Telephone Office. 1--m to Subscribe For The Record r . rt-- - j4- K " r J. w 'S2u5nSSLE7E2-rClZ5rB6SraajnE- i w a SL s& is the only concern in the surrounding territory and the only firm in Lancaster, Kentucky who specializes 313 special sale days in each year. Each day our patrons receive the benefit of values that are unequalled by any other store in this or any other surrounding city. Our stock consists of fresh, new and desirable Merchandise and we will appreciate having you call and inspect same. 35 Just Stop and Consider A, oment e ar o n tile Co., Joseph fs5 sv S The t 0k&i.z0 0k&s0i&&JS&&i Bring Your Plans HERS and have us help you figiue on the lumber you'll need. We'll figure closely too for we know our Lumber and Mer at.jsrA.mrsk Lick visiting Mr. and Mrs, d nti le Company. m i 3 tj CTy James was in ossip soplc A Brief Mention of the Comings and UUIlia lyj" JllVJlb II It rMV IIUfclMlkU 111. iyjp Francis. Dr. Spitler of I Crab-Orchar- town Monday. Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is in Danville visiting Mr. W. C, Price. I YOUUHND IT IN TI1IS COLUMN. avwesaar J j I m wmmtr sPstey'JSK2rJ? iii ii ii ii THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Concerning Predisposition. f ? i ii I We have a first class carriage painter. Give us a trial. Conn Bros. -tf Ij vw Mi and Mrs. Leslie Hilton of Stanford are guest of Miss Susie Hilton. i ij i w By DR. LAWRENCE P. FLICK. Let W. S. Fish write your Insurance. For Sale Two Mule Foot Boars. . how well it works up without waste. And when you use our lumber you will have a building that is up to stay without repair bills for )l fl f years to come. help you figure? Isn't that a good enough reason to have us I Lancaster Lumber & Wig mn?f6' V tyygj'i rtvx Tr r Go. (MJlMiEllhlrllJE'MnJcMnE WMMMW&MMMMMrL M it i h Our ICE CREAM DEPARTMENT opened FRIDAY, APRIL 21st A. 0 Mrs. Annie Adams has been visiting H. C. Bailey is in Big Stone Gap Va. her sister Mrs. Joseph Arnold of Richmond. visiting relatives. The Presbyterian Missionary Society Miss Kathleen Walter was a visitor will meet Monday afternoon at the in Danville Saturday. church. Miss Lena Gastineau is visiting her Edwin Hopper of San Francisco, Cal, aunt Mrs. Joanna Ball. is here for a visit to his sister and James Sanders has returned from a brothers. visit to Cumberland Gap. Mrs. Walter McWhorter of LexingMiss Engleman of Stanford is visitton was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ing her cousin Lavisa Harris. Wm. Ball. Dr. J. G. Pursley is making a stay Miss Angie Kinnaird was with her of several weeks in Louisville. parents Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird Mr: and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton were for a short stay. visitors in Lexington Thursday. Misses Margurite and Christine Mer-r- it Mesdames E. L. Owsley and W. R. of Danville are guests of Misses Cook were in Danville Saturday. Rella and Mary Arnold. Miss Polly Traylor of Richmond is Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price are at home the guest of Mrs. J. E. Stormes. after several days visit to Dr. and Miss Elma Batson Singleton is in Mrs. S. P. Grant of Danville. Richmond for a stay with" relatives. Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks of NicholMrs. R. H. Batson has joined her asville is expected for a visit to her husband for a stay at Martinville Ind. cousin Miss Marguerite Kinnaird. J. C. Fox has been visiting in Somerset. Miss Katie Simpson is at home after a stay with relatives in Hustonville. S. C. Denny. Our rubber tires are good -tf try them. Conn Bros. com- EASY AND SAFE TO USE j Insure with W. S. Fish whose panies pay promptly and in full. See our corn planters the most plete planter on the market. INEXPENSIVE. I com- Conn Bros. I d G?I ALL LIVE STOCK. Insure your self and wife first, then your home. Call on me I will do both for you. J. A. Jones, agent. S. C. Brown Leghorns eggs, 50c for Some families undoubtedly are more prone to tuberculosis than others. This is true not only of. families but of races. Predisposition is usually divided into three kinds individual, family and racial. The individual predisposition is often brought about by improper living and by excess in eating and drinking. Family predisposition may be due to inherited tendencies or to environment under which the family lives. Racial predisposition appears to hinge largely upon the length of time to which the nice has been exposed to the CLEANSES. fUr!FIES disease and the resistance which the race has built up against the disease. setting of Mrs. 15 or $3.00 per hundred. J. M. Cress. Phone 3S0G. 2m Stanford R F D No 4. I! lias S3 many uses that It Is a necessity on every farm. My business is Insurance give your business to me I will take care of your property while you sleep. J. A. Jones, agent. CURES MANGE, SCAB, RINGWORM, SCRATCHES Destroys Aii Disease Germs SALS ST DRIVES AWAY FLIES 70S Master Eugene Austin has been sick of bronchial pneumonia, but is improv- ing. 1 WV. f 77 I S J. Herbert Kinnaird of folks. Stanford came over Sunday for a visit to home Mrs. Banks Hudson and children of Danville were visitors in Lancaster .01 Friday. I 0 &i tf We have increased our capaeity to 150 gallons per day, and . are Deuer prepared tnan ever to supply you witn ... 8 1 s Thomas Cherry of Broadhead spent several days with Mrs. R. H. Batson and sister. Misses Hallie Brown and Ella Henry were in Danville Saturday to witness the ball game. Mrs Logan Wood of Danville is with her sister Mrs. J. M. Mount for a Divide up boys do not be greedy send me all business you find you can not write I will write any and all kinds of Miss Norma Elmore was the honor business any old place this side of Ky guest at the course dinner at the home river. J. A. Jones. of her aunt Mrs. Wm. Mill of Harrods-burCorn planters, Cutting harrow. Land roller, Drag harrow, cultivators, Double Misses Martha and Helen Gill left shovel plow, Geers, Harness, etc. Wednesday for a visit to their friend Conn Bros. Miss Frances O'Bryan of Lawrence-bur- g Ind. I represent two old time companies Mrs. B. F. Mattingly and daughter with millions of dollars to back up all Kathleen of Louisville and Mrs. Frank their promises, see me at Conn Bros Able of Lebanon are guest of Mrs. J. Hardware store. J. A. Jones agent. 4t R. Mount and daughters. Just receioed two car loads of SouthMrs. J. E. Stormes entertained ''The ern pine floaring and ceiling. Low Card Club" quite handsomely Friday Paint Lick afternoon. The home was decorated prices. Ky. with palms, ferns and flowers. g. -tf R. E. McRoberts 3 & Son. SFNn FOR FRES ROOICLFTS Red Top VERY IMPURE. Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- Burnam-iS-Ruck- er QUALITY ICE CREAM. weeks visit. Blue Grass Creamery of I 1 s Lancaster. Ky. 1 Mrs. Bohon Campbell of Stanford has been the guest of her mother Mrs. Joanna Ball. Mrs. J. H. Davis of Tampa Florida is here for a visit to her mother Mrs. Silas Ashley. Roy Gooch of Harriman Miss Carrie Arnold was an enjoyable visitor at the Christian Endeavor Convention at Lexington which closed Sunday night after several days session. Fred Frisbie and Joe Hai&lden have returned from Louisville where they spent the latter part of last week in in the interest of "The Lancaster Fair" Notice. factory Roofing made today. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. To the wool Growers of Garrard county who we have bought wool from. The Advertising Manager I suppose We will be in Lancaster at the depot you want this "ad." to go in next tCw Each Saturday to receive wool, be sure pure reading matter? and shear dry and tag well. The Advertiser No; put it next to J. D. Eads, and sons. some scandal or divorce story. ASK YOUR DEALER Haselden Bros. i- - i V Never Leak Never Need Repairs Fireproof Stormproof Handsome Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, 3 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R. DENNY, $Surplus 25,000. S. C. DENNY", Cashier. President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embry, Book-Keepe- J. P. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. r. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Notice. Mr. and Mrs. David Jones of Kirks-vill- e Tennessee are entertaining a dainty visitor All policy holders, in Garrard County, was the guest for several days of Miss at their home. The winsome little Miss in the cofttiacQtal Insurance Co, will Lucy Walker. has been christined Allene Brown Jones please send all reportsof loss and other Messrs A. K. Walker and A. W. Misses Sadie and Patsy Anderson en- business direct to me. Kavanaugh were in "Richmond "SaturW. S. Fish, Agent. tertained a number of their young day on business. Stanford, Ky. friends Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Patterson The refreshments served, were dainty For Sale. and daughter Miss Helen spent Sunday and tempting. in Crab Orchard. Five shares stock, Paint Lick Bank. Mrs. Wm. Burnette Mr. and Mrs. g like twenty Miss Bettie West has returned from Ben King and Miss Addie Arnold This bank a visit to her sister Mrs. George Rob- motored to Hustonville the past week per cent net. I will take $180 per share, which is just about book value. inson of Danville. for the Bible school and C. W. B. M. W. E. Sullivan, DeLand, Fla. Mrs. S. C. Denny and Miss Fannie Convention. West visited Mrs. George Robinson in Dr. J. B. Kinnaird attended the Danville Saturday. meeting of the Kentucky Railway Notice To Contractors. Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson has returned Surgeons in Lonisville. He is secrePlans and specifications for the from a visit to her sister Mrs. B. D. tary of the organization andread an school house 'for the colored peopleof interesting paper at the meeting. Herndon of Richmond. Lowell in in" t nflni 'fTTH sealed The following were in attendance at bids will Irereceived at a meeting of Mrs. T. B." "Walker has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs William the C. W. B. M. Convention at Huston- the County Board Monday May 22nd. ville the past week Elder and Mrs. F. We reserve the right to reject any Steel of Nicholasville. Higgins M. Tinder Mesdames E. L. Owsley, and all bids. Miss Jennie Miss Mamie Bastin has returned Emma G. KaufFman, J. A. Amon, R. Supt. from a vjsit of two weeks to friends T. Embry, W. S. Embry, L. G. Davidin Pittsburg and London. son, Misses Sallie Elkin, Allie Yantis, Miss Angie Kinnaird of Danville was Mamie Walters and Susie Hilton. the guest last week of her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Kidnaird. Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? I will on Saturdry May 13 1911, sell Miss Genevieve Porch and Prof. T. E. to the highest bidder at our residence No, Never. Its foolish to fear a on Richmond street Lancaster Ky, my Tustison, of Somerset, were the guests fancied evil, when there are real and f entire house-hol- d and kitchen furniture last week of Miss Sallie Elkin. deadly perils to guard against in swam- consisting of a real nice quartered oak Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph is enticipa-tin- g ps and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. and center table. Also a visit soon from ber parents Mr. These are the malaria germs that cause bed room suit a nice 9x12 brussels drugget and rugs, and Mrs. B. Fdx of Eaton Ohio. ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches a writing desk, white enameled iron Mrs. Annie Singleton leff Saturday in the bones and muscles and may in- baby bed, chadining room table, for a visit to her daughter who is one, duce deadly typhoid. But Electrid Bit- dish closet and dishes7took stove and of the teachers in Millersburg College. ters destroys and casts out these vic- cooking utensils, feather bed, mattress, ious germs from the blood. "Three pillows, quilts, and blankets. EveryMrs. Ray Asa Haynes has returne bo'es drove all tne malaria irom my thing good as new but must be sold. to her home in Hillsboro Ohio after a system," wrote Wm. Fretwell, of a, No bybids reserve or limit terms visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. N.,C.j "and Ii e had fine health cash. Sale begins at 2 o'clock prompt. Mason. ever since." Use this safe, sure remMrs. W. L. Perkins Mrs. F, S. Hughes and little son edy only. 50c at R; E. McRoberts & Lancaster Ky. A. M. B6urne Auct. Frank Saufley Hughes are in Paint Son. makes-somethin3t-4-2- 8. Are You Going To Marry? Are You Going Visiting? Are You Going To Write i If so you want us to order engraved Invita4fP tions, Cards aud Stationery. We are agents for that famous engraving house, Harcourt & Co., Public Sale whose work is ? first class and prices cheap. Lu-cam- e We CENTRAL RECORD. m Wt 1--m Phone 43. -- 'a "jr Si, .15 - X4, r Yf v' p ??&' i" . - - ALLEY GREGOR 434Q1. Rex Arbuckle rFARMER'S tttWOOaooooo 00000090C0vO I COLUMN !I HO0dO9OOOOOO0OOOM . rW T, Record 2:19 ' .101 34. ( George Wilkes r.l!. 2:2:2. I friiroof 8:; dams of J0i. 1467 Combined Stallion. J.N. Will make the season at Denny farm, AVz miles from Lancaster, on Richmond pike at of 1911 liy Mambrino StarCS. Great lirood mure. ( Mambrino Boy ml. Sire of 15; dams of 13. ( Xora Wilkes. By Georjre Wilkes 51U. ( Major Kdsall 2W. STre oi 1 ; dams of 1. ( fancy Wbitmnu uutraced. ( I rfpnee below this heading is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and la for 64O404ooooeooooooooooo o6 eoooooooo Trotter; Chestnut Stallion; about 16 hand; 7 years old. Registered Vol 17. r """"" Keoord 1 !!..-.- .. M2S : 1 f JnyHInl WWO... 3 i r.w nf " Itimd " Tl . nt l" ""' " ;M ' " 1 Lwly Frank the sale of stock, grain and such things oa farm as the farmer camiot afford to advertise. Ko notice will be accented over four lines, and will be only In wo issues of the Is Record, free of charge txxacsK J I t EXPERIENCE the best teacher, so come and get the best SHAVE to be had at aJtlijiMOlffJi' J.!li!iPjm. a Sire if 2(.i ; dams of :!. in-Nancy Koyce (.Grisstu Wilkes. clurtiiiK l!:)0. Lacoul.iP 2:01, - Dam of J. .Gen. Forrest 2:08. etc-- " 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 and three reds out of thirteen shows. He will make the season at "Elkin Place" MAJOR C. AT $10 OO TO IIN'SURE. ll'earl McGregor.. Kt-cor- ifsKyf. mid Allev Gregor2:l!t-- . and grand (.Maud P.. dam of Trocar 2 :17). Dam of Mhv Bird 2:'J1'4 JCoarl McGregor 'J:284'. .... fKobtMeGregorClT I Kei:orcja:i,J4. .s aire oi in; uams oi .. . IW.- (Seneca Chief 878. aire of 4; dams of 13. Jenny. By .Champion Grinnels. Dam of Jericho Sao. Graudnm oil. R. L. ELKIN, 191 1 Lancaster, Ky. 191 1 SEASON That Grandly Bred Young Stallion LEE CURRY 52718. Trial 2:26. ALLEY GREGOR is one of the best trotting Stallions in Kentucky. He has a lot of style and finish and is a great acting horse. Don't wear any boots. just v oz snoes. lie ought to make a great jsire. His oldest colts are coming two s and silow great Speed and action. Any one wishing to see one of them can do so on the Lexington track where they are now in training. This is a good chance for the people of Garrard County to breed into the best families of the trotting blood. Look this horse's breeding over and see how many they have in the list both sire and dam. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1911 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at What is looking good, oats is up and HENRY DUNCAN'S looking fine, spring grass is line, corn Barber Shop ox RiciimoxdStrekt. plahting is well advanced and tobacco beds are thriving, garden "sass" is all We make a specialty of Honing Razors. A in the ground, some of it up and ready for late frosts; the spring work on the Rex Arbuckle, 1467 by Rex McDonald farm is well advanced, and everything so far points to a prosperous year for 833, he by Rex Denmark 840. 1st dam Miss Richmond 551, by King the farmer. Sheep cost less to take care of than Richard, by Peavine 58. dam Jennie Lynn 3G1, by Stone- - any other class of live stock. They 2nd F Tfil'rt aaT uit,-Season 191 1. wall Jackson 72, by Washington Den- luivv: iraa uul ui uie sun 4lh leeunuiu, and improve it the most; still there are mark 64. 3rd dam Florence by. Sand Maupin's many farmers that have no sheep on the farm. Drennon. R. Zimmer bought a fancy black road horse of John Walker for $250. $20. For Living Foal Jersey Buli Italy Simpson 88427 - a I y .svwfe J. W. H. SWEENEY. TINSLEY, DENNY BROS LANCASTER. KY. d. John Gastineau sold Thomas Conn a sow and eight pigs for $40.00 County Surveyor. PHONE OClce over F. G. PUBLIC SALE Of Hurt s fnrnitnre; store. " Sired by Jay Morse 10889; Record 2:26. Dam Susie Wilkes,(dam of 5, gandam of 9.) by Red Wilkes 1749. Will make the season of 1911 at Central Park, Fair Grounds, at $15. to Insure a fciving Colt Sound and All Iight. Several Tracts of Land. Lancaster, Kentucky. I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien retained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. $L5.00 To Insure A feiving Foal. For further particulars address PHONE 95. W. B. BURTON, LANCASTER, KY- - L. K. Rogers, Danville, Ky. Tenn. Phone 348. No business on Sunday, ( V JM- ri;vir:;Ksi.Ks.JsicsMssM!vi?:sss:2s.r 191 1 SEASON SADDLE STALLION 191 1 I offer for Public Service the Royally Bred and Handsome Individual At my farm, near McKinney, Kentucky, at S2S.OO To w All Peavine 4092, Insure 179G. S33. A Living Colt. Daisy 2nd by Sire, Rex Peavine Bv Rex McDonald Peavine 85. Grand sire, Rex McDonald 1st dam, Lucy Wells "2nd dam, 640-1- , by Peavine 85. daughter of Harris' Denmark. 3rd dam, daughter of John Nosely. R. 5. Scudder, Owner. McKINNEY. KENTUCKY. DESCRIPTION- - This Stallion is a grade crossed between ah imported Percheron Stallion and a purebred imported Belgian Mare; is 16i hands high; is a dapple brown; is nine years old; weighs 2000 pounds. For style and action, he can't be beat; hus good heavy bone a good foot and a noble disposition. He was one of the best breeders in Shelby county, Ohio; his colts sold as high as $500.00 from the tits. He has been shown in the fair ring all over the state of Ohio and has never been beaten by any. horse. This horse will make the season of 1911 at my place one mile south of Buckeye at the very low price of DUTCH. As agents for the owner, we will sell to the highest bidder, at the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock a. m. on MONDAY, MAY 22nd, (County Court day) the following tracts of land, located in and near Bryants- arraru coumy ivy., m tne ia- Bay stallion 15-- 3 hands, foaled sum- - V1,,e' ...r .v.. kvumuu,! mer mi, said by good juuges to ue "iu" one of the finest stallions living. He of the county. Tract No. 1 On Canoe Creek (one of is a perfect image of his great sire the Bryantsville streets) fronting on Chester Dare 10. Mr. J. C. Graves who raised and showed Chester Dare said street 155 feet and containing 3.14 ' .. in cQvc. , ; filmnsr. imnnssihlo for t.wn acres. This tract has a 6 room dwel- ..wuw .2www. V.V J.V JJ to be more alike than Garrard ling, new and nearly completed. All horses Chief 1835 and Chester Dare 10. Col. in grass. Tract No. 2. Fronting on same street W. A. Barriger, (f Shelbyville, Ky., 4G6 feet, adjoining traet No. 1 and at the Texas has judged thfc ' . times says he is as containing 9.52 acres. All in grass, no State Fair sc-fine a horse r p ' c- ever saw. Garrard improvements thereon, but splendid championship of teh building site. Chief won i Tract No. 3. Fronting on same South West ::t Dallas in 1908, 1909, his colts won sireui Mo leet, adjoining tract Wo. Z 1910 and during that time All in more than and other herd shown there and containing 9.17 acres. Fort Worth Srass no improvements thereon, but saddle classes. in At Horse Show in. March 1910 Garrard beam iful building site. Chief won first in breeding class forj Tract No. 4. Fronting about 6oo feet saddle stallions and age over 15 good on Bryantsville and Mt. Hebron pike i ones, he also won at same place first miIe from Bryantsville (directly oppo-fd saddle stallion mare or site Lem Teater's residence) contain-treldin- c He will make the season of inS 17.789 acres. No improvements, but a beautiful building site on the 1911 four miles from Stanford on Hus tonville pike at $25 to insure living pike. Now in oats and clover. This is colt. Mares grazed $2.50 per month. high class land. The same kind of unCare taken to prevent accidents but improved land adjoining sold for $100 per acre. not responsible should any occ.ur. The above tracts will be sold to the Garrard Chief Dr. R. L. Pontius, 1835. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ottilce at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky. , fcJ W -- w- -- B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Ulaes Fitted. Siitldfuctioii Guaranteea. re r M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Miilinerv. or H. five-gaite- All J. PATRICK, Dentist. Work 'Guurau teed. Paint Lick, Kentucky. $12.50 To Insure a Living Colt. A lien retained on all colts until the season money is paid. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. For public Service Season of 191 Big Mammouth Jack, Napoleon 3rd, 1 . The Sensational Performer and Splendidly Bred Registered Saddle Stallion CARROLL A. Bay horse PRESTON-43- 83. S. H. R. 15-- 3 J, foaled 1906. 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Washington DenSire, Preston mark 64, Preston's dam was Belle by Roderick 104 by Mambrino Lee Grand 99 by Highland Chief and the dam of Roderick was by a son of Peters' Halcorn 3241. star and hind ankles white. jack. will stand at $20.00 for jennet and $10,00 for mare. Black Jack with white points. Foaled April 1st, 1904, 17 hands high, weighs 1,400 pounds with good heavy bone and body, and the best head and ears you ever saw on a "HIGH DOLLAR" without RESERVE or LIMIT. Possession day of sale. Statement will bn made as to Ounce over Logan's store. 1 Stanford, Ky. oats crop. Terms: cash, J in 1 year, years with lien notes bearing Residence Phone 75. Office Phone C. i 6 per cent interest. Bryantsville is a thriving village lo2410 cated in the heart of the best section of Garrard County, has 5 stores, prosperous Bank, schools, churches etc. Chester stallion, 16 hands high. an(i the best neonle on earth. Of QUALITY. weight 1250 pounds, foaled 1905. By Here is a chance for the man of King. Dam Queen of Harri- -' erate means to secure him a good Bohemian home, well located and good land in son, by Harrison Chief. King owes his success as a sire Jargely the "Blue Grass". We will take pleas-t- o Queen of Harrison, who was a finer ure jn showing the land to anv one and faster mare than her sistex, Lou to date of sale. Chief.) HUGHES & SWINEBROAD. VETERINARIAN. Property of Glenworth Stock Real Estate Agents, Lancaster, Ky. Former Director Animal ludnstqr Farm, Burgin, Ky. jdiHuu. n.x- - eteriunnan united States ArinV Champion of Champians, World's Logan's Office J. H. MURPHY, BY-BI- D DK. Win. BURNETT PhYsican and Surgeon. in-tw- Bohemian King, urn - mod-Bourb- LWare McRoberts. i m-jo- r Henry L.Casey,D.v.S;i Phltfps fastest five-gaite- d saddle stallion. 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 r: IT x "a a Sired by J. K. Baughman's 2nd Napoleon, 1st dam by Sena tor Beck, he by Old Prince, owned by Stigall. Prince was shown all over this state and ISmMimmmiWlMiWr never was beaten: 2nd dam bv Daniel Boone. He has proven himself to be a number one breeder for both mares and jennets; his colts selling as high as $140.00 from mares and from $300.00 to $500.00 for Jack colts. Full pedigree furnished at mmmmmimmmm r & S3 M $25.00 To Insure a giving Colt at A. T. Nunnelleys Stock Yards in Stanford. Good pasture and care at prevailing rates. Lien retained on colt until service is paid. Best of care, but not responsible for accidents. Address, a-:- : the barn. At the same time and place I will stand my big Jack, JOHN MORGAN, Jr., at $10.00. John Morgan Jr., was sired by John Morgan, he by Marmaduke and is out of an imported Jennet. Also another 3 year old imbred Morgan Jack at $8.00. Will also stand another 4 year old Stallion sired by Paragon and out of a Denmark mare at $6.00 to insure. ! a. a- - T. O. HILL, Phone 138-G- W. O. Walker, Stanford, Ky. (Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Hores Futurity Stake.) . . Buckeye, Ky. , C8333333B3C83X83Daca83C8Ke3pO $l:J.l:S$S$S'$l:'SIlS:'?Ig'?5?-SS:?'l- $30.00 TO INSURE A LIYE COLT. Call and see us for a good Mares sold, traded, or bred to any other horse without consent, the money Hair Cut and Clean Shave. yearling harness mare of Kentucky, will be claimed for service rendered by The Only Two White Barbers la Town. xjuiiciniaii J. iiniHO, aiou ure .uuiicuuaji UUC UUlbe. lUULtfS Kepi UL J.UCLS per Uiiy See the tall siyn, :Noi th side of Girl, the only mare that defeated Bo- - on grass, but not responsible for Princess in 1910. He sired the" dents or escapes. A lien retained on Public Square. winners of every colt stake South of colts for the season money. M. the Kentucky river in 1910. He sired ' . . the record price, yearling saddle mare . A H 1 T "DeL T who sold for $1,100.j and manv othor .. v rf .? sucklings bringing from $500 to $750. Phone 42-- 5 Rings, P. L. Exchange. If you would make the business -KENTUCKY. LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. profitable, breed horses ol"size; there is PAINT LICK. no market for the little ones. Will Practice in all State Courts and He will make the season of 1911 at $50 U. S. District Court. to insure a living eolt, or $30 the leap. Beau Naboth Office over Police Court. Phone 194. ALLEN S. EDELEN, BURGIN, KY. acci-hemian and undefeated two Highest year old. Kentucky's Champion saddle stallian at a three year old, A sweepstake winnerat a three year old in roadster, harness and saddle rings. The fastest bred saddle stallion before the public. Combines more animation, action, speed, bone and substance than any horse in Kentucky. Bohemian King has proven as great a sire as he is Show horse. His colts are changing hands every day, somewhere, at long prices. He sired the Champion priced CRESTLAND. Telephone at Stable. ft! and rsi. DANVILLE.' KY. 3173, Vol. 7. Will make the season of 1911 at my place, 2J miles east of Paint Lick, on Paint Lick pike. Crestiand is by Rex Peavine 1796. Dam Annie Roonev 4104: 2nd dam Pow- Office Danville street. ell's Drenon;".he by Brinker's Drenon Residence Phone 9. Offlce Phone 89 1G00. Will Serve Mares at Or. J. B. Kinnaird, Physican and Surgeon V-- .. 5 Vv ) I, triCxC HOUSE. J. E. Robinson, 4,: 45006, By Naboth 10116, Lancaster 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 h mile from Manse at $10.00 To Insure A hive Colt. King Squirrel is 10 years 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; 3rd dam by Copper-bo- t tom. King 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. n Hanna s iireen Seal "The Made 4o-We- ar Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning ancf Pressing La- By VValsingham by George Wilkes. Paint" Formula on Every Parage - Does This Mean Anything to You ? It expresses the maker's faith in the product. Labor is the.principal.cost in painting. The material should be the best. MAMMOTH KING NO. 1894 foal-getter Black Jack, with white points, full 46 hands, will make the season at the same place at TEN DOLLARS to insure live colt He has proven a sure and fine breeder. Seven of his colts, all foaled (so far) this spring average 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 par 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 accidents or escape; but not responsible should any occur. ., ,,. t. v BURDETT RAMSEY, ' " Paihf LickKy. Phone in Residence. .. 5--- si jII Biia YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. " FOR SALE BY yTjm iiw'f "i.'ieii" Beau Naboth's dam, Nora Baugh-ma- n by Norval 5335, by Electioneer dies and Men's Garments. 25; 2nd dam Lela J., by Metopolitan Phone Public 'Square. Second 1392 by Hamiltonian 10; 3rd dam Josehand clothes sold on commission. phine by Mambrino Starlight 3942, by Darlbay 441; 4th dam Mary Withers by W. jWgr. Oliver (thoroughbred); 5th dam by Offlce Hours Wagner; 6th dam by Imp. Tranby; 7th Office over dam by Thornton's Rattler. 8A.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes Drug Store. Beau Naboth is a handsome bay, standing 15:3J hands of great style and action and perfect disposition. He has DENTIST, proven a breeder, and his own breeding, Electioneer-Wilke- s cross is second the hone 65. Lancaster, Ky. to none. Beau Naboth will make the season I have just opened up a new, clean of 1911 at A. T. Nunnelley's stock yards at $15 to insure a Hying colt. Money due when mare is traded or on Lexington street next to the post h. Faulkner, 33. F. "Walter., I Barber ShoD '3 V parted with or bred elsewhere. M. " " "' G&MH BROTH ERS, s- X-jjTj- PETTUS, Stanford, Ky. s office and will be glad to have to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention my-friend- JOHN DUNCAN. ' 'v: -- - T - W w 53eU' A