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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 19, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911051901_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 19, 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. 5V r8mf ' v -- ';- -.- -- "-- '.IS -- . 'tB ' -- - - THE CENTRAL RECORD PtfflE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911. Large crowds arc attending the show Read the display ad of the street Ten big features at the street fair in fair in this issue. Lancaster beginning Monday, May 29th. at the New Opera House. New pictures every night at the New District No. 1 of the county Sunday You can see the latest and best pictures and hear good music at the new School Union will meet at Pleasant Opera House. NUMBER 6. rs33&3CSS333XS3XS3X8 Si & WE HAVE A FEW Buggies & Surries that we .- 1 Hill school house on Danville Everybody is coming to the street May 21. 1911 at 3 o'clock p. m. fair in Lancaster entire week of May Street Fair in Lancaster, one solid W. H. Pope. Chairman. 29th. week beginning Monday, May 29th. See the champion high diver, the Don't miss it. While you are in town Court Day mammoth Ferris wheel, merry go Look at the label on this paper rght round, big hippodruine show, Daffy stop by The Record office and pay us now and if you are in arrears kindly ville, the Aeroplane ml and many oth- that dollar. pay up for we need the money. er good attractions at the Street fair PUBLIC SALS The Nicholasville School team de- in Lancaster week of May 29th. Opera House. pike-Sunday i mm Haypton fA .ba'ilrt Vrf - will make a special price on, as we do not want to move them to our new location (Mason Hotel.) Now is SW1,1 the time to get bar "o GUARANTEED. All 4-l- io fYQino in DTTrmiPTQ ll1 work is 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. Tracts of Land. The Record is sorry to note that in a As agents for the owner, we will fire in Lexington last Saturday, Mr. Land Sale sell to the highest bidder, at the Court E. L. March the well known furniture House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 Hughes & Swinebroad sold for Mrs. dealer, sustained a loss of $10,000. Rebecca West a parcel of land on Stano'clock a. m. on ford street, between the street and the MONDAY, MAY 22nd, Colored People III. L & N It. R. and adjoining Ross stock J (County Court day) the following tracts We are sorry to learn of the serious pens to J. N. Ross for $850. illness of two of our best colored men. of land, located in and near Bryants-villGarraixl County Ky., in the fa Harry KaulTman lies dangerously ill at New Light Plant. his home in Duncantown, the lcsult of mous "Camp Dick Robinson" section , Haselden Bros, are installing a new a stroke of paralysis, and Harrison of the county. acetylene 50 lamp light plant in their Doty who lives on Mr. J. W. Elmore's Tract No.l On Canoe Creek road (one building which will add greatly to the place is sick of but of the Bryantsville streets) fronting on comfort and convenience of their is improving. Both are receiving the said street 155 feet and containing 3.14 ready thoroughly equipped place best attention from their beneolent acres. This tract has a 6 room dwelbusiness. organization, the U. B. F., of which ling, new and nearly completed. All in grass. they are members. Tract No. 2. Fronting on same street Financial Statement. '16(5 feet, adjoining tract No. 1 and Buys Automobile. In this issue of the Record will be containing 9.5: nnrcs.. All in rrrnss.j no found the financial statement of the As this is a dull seasoli of the year improvements thereon, but splendid condition of Garrard County, which is with the horsemen and time was hangbuilding site. published according to law. In this ing heavily on the hands of our most Tract No. 3. Fronting on same issue will also be found the balance of prominent gentlemen in that line, Mr. stieet 275 feet, adjoining tract No. 2 the claims allowed by the county. W. B. Burton, he concluded to purchase and containing 9.17 acivs. All in an automobile to help pass away the grass, no improvements thereon, but Mr. Steve Walker Improving. idle hours. He bought a five passen- beautiful building site. It will be gratifying to the many ger, "Hudson" car and has already Tract No. 4. Fronting about Goo feet friends of Mr. W. S. Walker, who has mastered the intricacies of the machine on Bryantsville and Mt. Hebion pike I been confined to a hospital in Lebanon and is able to handle the steering wheel mile from Bryantsville (directly oppoKy. for some weeks, to know that he almost as dexterously as he does the site Lem Tcater's residence) containis improving gradually, and that he ribbons over his good trotteis. Mr. ing 17.789 acres. No improvements, hopes to be out and at home soon. nunon anu nis nanusome maenme are but a beautiful building site on the proving sources of great pleasure to pike. Now in oats and clover. This is Louisville Derby. his many friends of both sexes. lrgh class land. The same kind of unwas run The great Louisville Dex-bimproved land adjoining sold for $100 Young McKecknie Missing. and won last Saturday by Meridian, per acre. Smith, in great son of Broomstick-Su- e The above tracts will bo sold to the Robert L. McKecknie, son of Squire record time, 2:05 flat. Seven horses James McKecknie of the Hubble sec- 'HIGH DOLLAR" without RESERVE started in the race with Governor Gray tion has been missing from his home or LIMIT. Possession day of the favorite, he finishes second with on third avenue in Louisville, Ky., sale. Statement will be made as to Colston third. since May 7th., and to date no trace as oats crop. Terms: a cash, J in 1 year. to his wherebouts have been found, al- I in two years with lien notes bearing To Speak In Stanford. 0 per cent interest. though Record Advertiser Loses By Fire. Several e, typhoid-pneumonia, in feated our boys, Monday a game of base ball by a score of 8 to 0. after-noo- n I C?1 ixU"&Jigv fcsZPBS !2Ss "53 & jGggg jr m& of 0 & THEY ALWAYS PLEASE. 1 I 1 Come and Look before you bny. Our prices are always U w- I right. m i i i sr iffil ndl! Gobi 1ASELDEJ y 8. &!m$&m$mwmi2m fth- mymMw& i BY-BI- D I Worry ftny Call up onger About what you are to have for DINNER? CONN BROT K Hon. Ollie James Lancaster, Ky. v-- Stanford goes without saying that the big Congressman will draw a large and enthusiastic crowd of people. He seems to be the favorite in this county for the democratic nomination for Buys Anto. is to speak in Saturday afternoon, and it - - C83EmS33C&2 t&3XS53JS33S33le3&33e3CXg1 Haselden, the insurance man has purchased a i.ew "Brush Runabout Car", and has been speed S. Mr. J. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director :" and Embalmer Office Phone 31. ing through the country writing insurance and attending his various duties. He is very much pleased with the "Brush" and claims that it just suits his business. Boys Not "On" Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. xxxxxxxxxx oooocoockoox In order to cut down my large stock of HIP, Iks k lapis y-- r you can get some low down prices, for a short time. W. J. Romans HELLO! IS THAT c Beazley C& Haselden? IN- Do you write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? YES. Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. F.rom the extreme quietude of the Lancaster contingent who attended the Louisville Derby it would seem that they did not put their confidence and coin on Meridian. While we have heard none of them acknowledge it, we was in good condition and his employare of the opinion that Governor Gray ers and every one else are unable to was their favorite. account for his disappearance and it is the opinion of many that he has met Awards Damages. with foul play. The Father of the A jury in the Federal Court at young man was preparing to leave Richmond awarded T. H. Parks 2,000 Thursday for the old country but will and Mrs. Lucy Maupin $1,000 damages postpone the trip until his son is locaagainst John Robinson's circus as a ted or his whereabouts are acertained. result of injuries received in a fall School Closing. when a section of seats collapsed there last summer. The suits were for This week has been a pleasant one to $5,000 each. the pupils of our school and the patMr. Stephen Walker is erecting a rons and every one have enjoyed it to new cottage on the lot adjoining the the fullest extent. On last Sunday home of Senator George Farris on morning Elder II. C. Garrison, pastor of the first Christian church of DanRichmand street. Mr. Steve Carrier is erecting a seven ville delivered a very eloquent and room modern residence on the lot forceful baccalaureate sermon to the the which he recently purchased of the graduates. On Monday after-noocity on Danville street. It will be children of the primary grades gave a equipped with all modern conveniences pretty little entertainment and on the children of the ane will be for rent. Mr. Carrier will Tuesday after-noo4th,' 5th, 6th and 7th. grades gave their erect another house on the lot immediately adjoining the lot on which he is entertainment at the college chapel. On Wednesday evening came the dec now building. lamatory contest and three young men Good Crowds. and five young ladies acquitted themOur Moving picture show is a dandy and selves with honor to themselves and to cant be beaten by any town in central the school. All of the speakers did Kentucky. The entire program chang- well and the young lady that won has es each night and the pictures are as won a great honor and should feel good as can be seen on Fourth street in proud of it. The beautiful gold medal Louisville. The piano playing and sing- was awarded to Miss Jennie Cox. The ing is even better than Louisville. Mrs. judges were Rev. C. C. Brown, Prof. L. N. Miller sings the illustrated songs Cates of Richmond and Attorney J. E. and Miss Stella Conn plays the piano Robinson. On Thursday after-noo- n comes Miss every night and this feature is adding Walshs' music recital and every one greatly to the show. Now that we are having such a splen- enjoy it. The pupils are indeed lucky did show, it is to be hoped that it is to have such an accomplished music liberally patronized so that it can keep teacher and all are glad that she is to be with us next year. On Thursday up its high standing. night at the Christian church, the gradConfederate Reunion. uates, Mr. Holbert Bastin and Miss will be presented with The twenty first annual reunion of Elizabeth Givens their diplomas and this will end the the United Confederate Veterans is in school exercises. session in Little Rock. Although the The teachers who do not live here session did not convene until Tuesday, leave the latter part of this week for railroad, officials estimated on Sunday their that at least seven thousand of the help homes to return next year and to make the Lancaster Graded School boys who wore the gray were already the best one in the State of Kentucky. in the city. Garrard county is not represented I pay ,14 cents per dozen for eggs. this year by any of her veterahs, but it J. N. Ross the Misses Lear of Paint Lick are in Plants. attendance, Miss Mary as sponseor for Miss" Alma as one of her Kentucky and Tomato, Cabbage and Pepper Plants. n, n, detectives have been trying haid to locate him. When last heard of, he was at his boarding house on third stieet on Sunday 'after-noo- n and had been driving his auto. And after returning from one of the parks in Louisville started to the post office to mail a letter to his wife who was in Moreland, Ky.. visiting her Father, Mr. J. A. Hammond. Young McKecknies wife v. as formerly Miss Flonnie Hammond who attended school hero for a number of years and who is well known in Lancaster. Young McKecknie was in the insurance business in Louisville and had a good position with the Commonwealth's Life Insuiance Co. He was a model young man and stood well with his company. The day before he disappeared he drew $298.00 from one of the Louisville banks, and told his wife in conversation with her over the phone that he had so done and that the reason he did so was because he was going to deposit it in another ban!:. His business at the insurance office Bryantsville is a thriving village located in the heart of the best section of Garrard County, has 5 stores, prosperous Bank, schools, churches etc, and the best people on earth. Here is a chance for the man of moderate means to secuie him a good home, well located and good land in Davidson & Phone 181. Walker. the "Blue Grass". We will take pleasure in showing the land to any one prior to date of sale. HUGHES & SWINEBROAD. Real Estate Agents, Lancaster, Ky. They will be glad to suggest something as they keep ai all time every thing that's good to EAT. Sale Will Continue On & On until entire stock is sold. You can not ford to miss the Great Bargains we are fering in afof- Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Fur nishing Goods. Men's full suits worth $10.00 to $12.00 now $1.98 to $2.95. $15.00 and $18.00 Suits going in this sale at $7.98. $20.00 and $25.00 Suits $1 1.58 to $13.58. Men's Shoes 98cts and up. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 98cts and up. GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. . T. LOGAN. Lancaster, Kentucky. maids of honor. - Ball & Holtzclaw i s-- J irimf rTJT'nfifn mn J,"i"T - The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. 1.00 I a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered at the Post Office iii Lancaster, Ky., M;iil Matter. as Secoiid-Clus- s Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., Hay 19 1911. Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices $5.00 10.00 County Offices and District Offices.... 15.00 State 10 Calls, per line .10 Cards, per line all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line ANNOUNCEME NTS Democratic Ticket. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. For The Legislature. We are authorized to announce J. A. Doty as a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of tl e Dem- butter won't sell as rapidly and at as The small boy's mother sighed. "It ocratic party. high prices as it was bringing formeris so hard sometimes to reason with ly. And when that day comer., the him," she said. "But I have to keep question of quality in determining my mind on the results and not mind. For The Legislature. tales is going to bo more Important. Stop Edward, let that leaf alone! caster Lumber & Manufacturing Co. Hog Cholera. We are authorized to announce John tearing it do you hear? It is very which has built up a thriving business Paint the outside of the buildings in naughty and makes mother feel M.Farra as a candidate for the Legisla Hoir Cholera is a source of more loss in the community, which is proof posi- the autumn after the hot weather is bad!" She wept into a convenient ture, subject to the action of the Dem to the farmers of the state of Kentucky ' tive of the business qualification of Mr. :.nst, or in the winter. Oil paint, r handkerchief, while her son regarded ocratic party. cold, hardens so as to be much her Imeiestedly. "He is so tenderSanders. hearted," she explained out of the cortheir live stock. It is also the hardest He is a clever affab'e gentlemen, and more durable than when it dries unFor County Judge. ner of her mouth to the young woman a hold if he wins the nomination, will lend der heat disease to eradicate once it has who was looking o "I have to get hogs. There are many strength to the ticket in the final race, We are authorized to announce Clay- on a bunch of The disposition tho likes and dis- at him through V "octlons." things that have been and are now be- and if elected would make a capable ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Counlikes of each cow may be btudied "There goes X' .d leaf," remarkcarefully while the animals are ed the visitor ty Judge of Garrard County subject to ing used which act as a preventative and trustworthy officer. and place the swine in such a condition "Edward," his mother, "are around their keeper, and one can thea the action of the democratic party. that they will not so easily yield to the ' y me? Or do you you going ' feed and care for them accordingly. Our City Visitors. diseases influences, but as yet science want to be ; '.aughty little boy who For Sheriff. The Commercial Club, of Louisville, has not been successful in discovering It will not do to allow ducks to doesn't love his mamma?" Edward tore off another shred of a remedy that would cure it once the will be with us on the 24th. In view share the common lot of poultry in We are authorized to announce C. A. swine are infected. of this visit, and for sanitary reasons general; not that they require more i green and proceeded to eat it up, He Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Recent experience with the serum as well, the city should be put in first attention, but rather a different man- looked bland and undisturbed. Garrard County, subject to the action "It Is wonderful to watch the workmanufactured by the U. S. Government class condition, before that date, and ner of handling and feeding. ings of his little mind," said his mothof the Democratic party. made on a bunch of hogs in this county so kept in the future. The Council diThere Is one thing which vermin er. "Of course you can't see it, but I has given evidences of success. A re ts that all weeds, and other object cannot stand, and that is fire. The can tell that he Is thinking it over and For Assessor. bunch, consisting of eighty head of ionable giowth, and all rubbish, and s roosts held over a big feeling sorry. When he sees quite acd We are authorized to announce Dave hogs, many of which had died, and acjumulat'Nns, which are forbidden by blaze for a moment or two will be plainly how wrong it is he will stop. That will be of so much more value C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor otners sick witn it, were vaccmaieu, ouunance, tie removed, so tliat the en entirely rid of the pests. than his being forced to stop Edward, of Garrard county subject to the ac- since that time no hogs of the number . tire City will present an attractive died, no others are infected and pearance, to our visitors Part of the Build your barns a little larger than do you hear your mother? Leave the tion of the democratic party. Mother is very, very we are informed that some of the ani- - programe is a ride throughout the city you need at the present moment. Few plant alone! men ever get too much barn room. grieved!" sick have yielded to m auto cars, in which the entire city The supreme Court of the United mals which were The fifth leaf fell under Edward's the treatment and show signs of vast will be brought in view of our guests. Plan for future growth, and then see devastating hand and the young MonStates, the highest in the land on to it that you grow. The alleys will also be brought into woman looking on spoke up. "Wouldn't day decided against the Standard Oil improvement. appears to us that the subject of view. It can be seen at once that all It Co. in a case instituted against them in Drafts of air cause bad colds, and It be better," she suggested, "to make consid- - owners, and occupants of pronerty, that means a cessation of egg making. him quit and reason with him afterof Missouri years ago, and hog cholera is one as worthy of the state and , are deeply interested in a thorough To stop all cracks and crevices with ward? It wouldn't be so hard on the which they have fought to the last eration by the friends of hve stock agriculture in the state as sheep scabies cleansing of their premises. We de- - paper and rag; i -- - ' on the part fern!" ditch. The holding of the supreme "You aren't a mother and you can't and if the attention is devoted to it sire mis in oruer to inauce a recur or the poultryman. court was as follows, and was without understand," said the other young a dissenting voice, except that of Jus- with equal as is being given the latter rence of these visits annually, and oth"What Is a Sheep are extremely sensitive to woman, condescendingly. er cities to visit us and get acquainted tice Harlan, and that only as to minor disease, it will be speedily wiped out. mere fern though it did cost $5 in The serum manufactured by the Gov- with our business people and citizens heat. In hot weather their fleece is comparison with the sane and perfect details: The supreme Court holds: mentioned above and which generally. The visitors will be glad to a burden to them. They are a cold development of my child's Ed1 That the Standard Oil Co. is a ernment, country animal most nathas met with great success, is not fur- meet as many of our citizens, as prac- ural conditions. under the ward, how many times shall mother monopoly in restraint of trade. respeak to you on this subject? Mother 2 That this giant corporation must nished for use on farms, and where ticable in the limited time they will you any more if you want by other states is not main with us. Please get busy at manufactured The profit in poultry raising for cannot love be dissolved within six months. to be a naughty boy!" furnished to citizens without their own once. market lies in hatching early, pushing 3 Corporations whose contracts are Edward was undisturbed by this H. T. Logan, Mayor. the chickens forward as rapidly as unreasonably restrictive of com- bonds, so the question of securing it 'not threat and the stripping of the plant either from the Government or from B. F. Walter, Chairman Street Com't. possible, and marketing them early petitors" are not affected. went on. in the season. 4 Other great corporations whose other states is not to be considered. "Nothing," said his mother to her The cost of securing this serum and Dip Your Sheep. friend, "hurts him so much as to think acts may be called into quostion will be Do not wash eggs before packing dealt with according to the merits of of using it is no trifle, costing in the Washing removes from the that I don't love him. He has such them. Since the beginning of the sheep case which we have cited above, uptheir paticular cases. mucilagenous coating which a mind you can't imagine! He has places shearing season it has been discovered shell the ward of $50.00. This of com-sThere is no appeal from this decision, provides for their temporary to reason things out and it Is my i nature " duty King of it beyond the reach of many hog rais- that a great many more flocks of sheep preservation. no way out of it, and the The ringing of the telephone called who aise only a limited number than were at first supposed were af-- 1 Trusts must be dissolved, and that ers away. Edward's two hands reAmong the essentials of the suc- her within six months; nor is this all, the and could not afford the great expense flicted with scabies Flocks that have doubled their interesting labors. Green heretofore been inspected and were cessful management of a farm flock Tobacco Trust is under consideration for just a few hogs. fell about him in showers; one side of This question was made the subject thought to be clean, were found to be of mutton sheep are that we treat and an opinion is expected as to them the plant was bare and ruined. The them in a manner adapted to their young woman who was spending on May 29th. The Department of Jus- of a bill by the last session of the Ken- infected. tho Sheep scab is getting to be very com- nature. tucky Legislature, which reads as folnfternoon looked around swiftly and tice is considering seriously the trust mon, and now while the U. S. Govern- then swooped down upon Edward, question, and now in their first flush lows Make a feeding platform for the jerked him away Into the middle of - ment has taken the matter in hand and 1. That there be and hereby estab.. of victory, they propose to go after all -. hogs eight inches high with a h chubby hands In room, took lished at the Kentucky Agricultural are showing a disposition to assist in of them both great and small. protecting board all around to the and spattedhis ridding the state of it, every farmer, keep both of them with hers Experimental Station a plant for the the feed out of the winter's mud. vim. serum and virus for or at least every one who owns sheep, The Court of Appeals has affirmed manufacture of "If you touch that plant again," she should do everything in their power to hog cholera. There is no kind of animal breed- told him in a low, distinct voice, "I'll the decision of the Criminal court of the prevention of 2. The manufacture of such serum assist them in their efforts. Sheep ing that will pay better than the do It again and harder! Understand? Jefferson county in the case of Joseph shall be under the rules and regulations should be dipped, whether or not they breeding of horses, but horses that Edward, with saucerlike eyes, backWendling charged with the murder of of the Experimental are known to be infected, an ounce of will sell, not dunghills or misfits. ed away to his little red chair and sat little Alma Kellner, and Wendling will of the director and shall be distributed by the preventative is worth a pound of cure, down to think it over. have to serve the remainder of his Station, The increase in a flock of sheep repCommissioner of Agriculture and the and if you will dip them in time it will days in the penetentiary, unless clemBoard of Agriculture, Forestry prevent the disease breaking out among resents almost entire profit to The young woman was busily emency is extended him by the Governor State who has no rentals to pay and keeps broidering when them. and Immigration. Edward's mother redn government land. or Parol Board, and neither are likely Scabies are caused by parasites his sheep turned. Edward, meek as the tradi3. Said Experimental Station shall to interfere. tional lamb and still in the red choir, charge for the hog cholera serum man- which are not discernible to the naked Nest eggs are not needed to induce The murder of the little girl was an ufactured under the provisionsof this eye, and they work outward from the hens to lay. They have no influence greeted the mother's delighted eyes. atrocious one and attracted world wide "There!" she said triumphantly. "I cost price of manufactured not to skin of the animal, their presence is whatever over the hens, and havo attention: After a long and tedious act, knew if I gave him time he'd see that exceed two cents per cubic centimeter, first made known by the sheep rubbing, been discarded on most farms. I had reason on my side! It's wondersearch, and by splendid work of detect-- 1 per cubic centimeter for finally becoming so presistent that the ful how ono can use arguments with Wendling was capturek in Call and one cent ives, wool is rubbed off, then sores, "scabs" We mu. cool the milk In order to that child!" the virus." fornia. The bill carries an appropriation of begin to make their appearance. If stop tfcfc ravages of what Is now "Provided, of course," sweetly said $2,00. for the cost of the establishment preventative measures are taken when known to be the bacteria that so soon the young woman who was spending Jacob M. Dickerson of Tennessee, the afternoon, "provided you bit on the sheep first show signs of distress, work injury to new milk. President Taft's Secretary of War has of the plant and the manufacture of the right argument to use!" and virus, and the bill also the disease can be eradicated from the resigned and will resume the practice the serum Pregnant ewes should never be kept an emergency clause attached to it, fiock, sometimes with one dipping, in of law in his home state. He will be has the enclosure with the rest of effective from its pass- nearly always with two, and much ex- flock, because accidents are liable tho to succeeded by Henry L. Stimson, who which makes it It Is now time to be thinking pense and trouble saved. cause loss of the lambs. of winter protection for smal was the recently defeated Roosevelt age. It would appear from this bill that Under the present inspection system fruits. For strawberries, the usua! candidate for Governor of New York. remedy is placed within the reach your sheep must be visited and inspectThe mare should be fed at all times covering of straw is good. In mli( Mr. Dickerson is the second member of the inspector, with a liberal ration of clean and nour- locations a layer of straw not less of all by the small cost of manufacture ed by the county Prest. Taft's cabinet to resign recently than four inches thick should be apand it seems that a general distribution who, if he finds the flock clean, will ishing feeds, and should havo an abunthe other being Secretary Ballinger. plied. In more severe locations this give you a certificate to that effect. dance of pure water. of it should be had, and some means would be increased to six inches, and widespread usage and the If he finds evidence of scabies, he will for its Madero is still negotiating for peace Remove the harness effectual eradication of this dread dis- order them dipped, and if you wish to lars during the noon and heavy col- In the prairie sections It Is desirable in Mexico, but as yet nothing seems to hour. To go to use eight Inches of straw, or even sell or move them, will after they are ' over the ease from the hogs of the state. hoises with a stiff brush at more. have been accomplished, When peace q nnv(ilirtita oVirwirMnr ' Why not place it within the jurisdic Hinnarl mtra ttmi noon revives them. is restored President Diaz will have tion of the recently appointed Live them to be "dipped sheep", if he finds The prevailing fence of today Is resigned or will be shorn of his either Stock Inspectors in the various coun the disease to be present in too viruKeep the egg record up every day. the woven wire variety. No better power and will be president in name ties. Let them apply to the Commiss- lent a form, he will order the entire If you skip one day, even, the rest fence was ever devised, provided it is only, a mere figure head. will all be a guess, and guessing isn't put up well, and no other fence Is so ioner of Agriculture for the serum, fiock quarantined. like business. poor, ugly and inefficient If It Is erectrieccessary to secure the then if it be The transportation companies require ed in a slipshod manner. services of an experienced person, or a a certificate before they will accept Another Reminder. The three veterinary to administer the remedy, sheep for transportation over their plants removegreat constituents which from the soil are nitroPick the fruit, empty It onto the sort When we have our Democratic Plat- let the Fiscal Court, or the individuals lines. gen, phosphoric acid and potash. Ing tables and pack It right in the orform Convention, whether it be before who reap the benefit, defray the cost These measures may appear somechard. If this method is practised or after the July state primary, the of the innoculation. what rigid, but they are just and right, Selling the younger heifers that the much labor Is saved, for the whole party ought to make a declaration in they will not only be the means event- other dairyman wishes most to buy work is completed as soon as the fruit Teacher's Examinations. favor of a direct primary law for the ually of eradicating the disease from Is grading the herd downhill. is gathered from the 'trees. state. The sentiment of the people is The examination for white teachers the sheep of the state, but they will Clean away the droppings each becoming so wide spread and universal will be held May 19 and 20, and for col prevent the bringing in from other It has been conclusively, proven that morning and lice and disease are not hens kept In a yard and fed right will in favor of the primary law, that we ored teachers May 26 and 27. states of diseased sheep to mingle with apt to bother the biddies. lay more eggs than hens that run at now hopeful that the next Legisla j'j-axe our flocks. Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt. large all over creation. The feed bill ture will give the voters of the pohti- In the last hundred years wonderful will not be so large either, a fact that Good music every day at the street. cal parties of the state the power to Have a good time for one week at ,1s worth considering. The mass- - fair in Lancaster, yfeek of May 29th. the street fair, beginning May 29th. control breeding of live stock. so-o-- es of the people have little voice in se Farm For Sale. lecting nominees of the political parties We will sell privately 500 acres of when made by convention. The party the best blue grass land in Garrard convention has long been known as the county belonging to the estate of Wm. "Politicians Heaven." But not quite A. Burton, deceased. Farm will eithso for the people. er be sold to one purchaser or we will A legalized primary held once each divide it to suit the purchaser in farms year in which all political parties are 25 to 500 acres. 400 acres of required to select their party nomines of from this land will raise tobacco and all of it upon a fixed day, with the interest of is good land. each party properly safeguarded, and has five houses and six good tobacthe primary to be conducted by and the co It barns on it. Well watered and fence expenses paid for by the state would in good condition. For further inforbe a forward movement for Kentucky. mation, call or address, How much in need we are for such a R. L. or W. B. Burton. law is strongly suggested by the call Lancaster, Ky. recently made by the Democratic for a convention to be held June Fined In Henry County. 14th. to nominate a candiate for rail Harvesters Trust road commissioner for this district, In a penal action against The Interwhen only sixteen days later a state national Harvester Co. in Henry counprimary will be held to select the party ty Ky. The defendant was fined nominees for all state offices. Why $2500.00 this was a penal action not an did not the committee call a primary Indictment, in which the state sued for and have it along with the regular the sum of $5000. for the business state primary July first? .those res doneln Henry county by the defendant ponsible may have a good reason to as- company, which was alleged to be ilsign but we have not heard it. legal. Such authority placed in the hands of The illegality of the business transcommittemen frequently, and is usually acted by the Harvester people was, so used as a mere commodity upon whicn the state contends, a trust, an unlaw to trade and trafic to forward the in- ful combination in restraint of trade. terest of certain political factions in The case will be taken to the Court of the party. If these conditions are not Appeals. serving your purpose, as a matter of course you would approve of a change. More Candidates. The remedy is simple and easy. Use your influence for a legalized primary. The Record makes the announceSee that the next legislature is com- ment in this issue of the candidacy of posed of represenative who will give us Mr. Dave C. Sanders for the nominaDo you know that tion for assessor, subject to the action a primary law. your candidate for the legislature fav- of the democratic party. ors a fair primary law? Mr. Sanders is one of Lancaster's progressive young business men. He If not ask him for an expression. is a member of the firm of the Lancom-mitte Quick Justice. At Lebanon last Saturday James Buckner charged with the murder of Policeman Robey on the previous Sunday morning, was found guilty of murder in the first degree and his punishment fixed at death. Jesse Smith who was indicted for complicity in the murder, was tried on Monday and found guilty of voluntary manslaugh ter, the penalty for which is from two to twenty one years in the penetenti-ary- . The evidence did not show that Smith held the officer while Buckner stabbed him, as was at first supposed. Now for a speedy electrocution of these fiends and perhaps it will be possible to stamp out such atrocious crimes in Kentucky. Barn And Contents Burn. Reasoning NE W DEER With Edward "Why don't y&u spat his hands?" inquired the friend of long standing who was spending the afternoon with the pretty young mother. The pretty young mother had just reproached her small son for tearing ETinf a leaf off her beautiful Boston fern, but she looked scandalized at her visitor's Inquiry. "Oh, dear me, no!" she objected. "You see, Ethel, he has reached the age when he can be reasoned with and it is his due darling, do you remember what mother just said? Leave the plant alone! It would be barbarous to beat a thinking human being. Of course, you can't understand, be" cause you haven't any chil "I don't call it beating!" explained the other young woman, who loved all growing things and had an eye on the fern. "He's at it again Belle!" The small boy's mother held out a hand. "Come here, Edward," she said, j "Come here at once!" The small offender sidled under the fern and reOliver, John Deere and BrownCultivators. fused to move. "Won't you come to mother, dearest?" she wheedled. Wood and Dain Mowing Machines. Call and see our line of "Mother wants to tell you someFARMING IMPLEMENTS. thing!" There were no results. "He's got one hand behind his back and is wrenching a leaf off," whispered the friend. "He'll ruin your plant If you don't stop him." Miwmd ilk iff vlSBfKwAliV. last Saturday night a large barn the farm of Mr. Noah Marsee, formerly the T. I. Herring farm, on the Lexington turnpike, was burned together with its contents. BesTdes cultiva tors and other valuable farming machinery,, the barn contained a thresing outfit and engine, consisting of sepera-to- r and engine, which were totally des troyed. Mr. Marsee was in Lexington at the time of the fire, and he as well as his family are unable to account for its origin. He carried insurance on the barn to the amount of $500. and $1000. on the contents. This amount will nothing like reimburse Mr. Marsee for On on The Greatest Corn Planter Made up-to-d- ate I his loss. A day Is coming very soon, J. R. MOUNT, SON C& CO. when If You Are In Need of Money to run your business, do not o un-le- hesitate to crme to this bank for a loan. You will always fird us ready to assist you in every way possible with due regard to secure and progressive methods; also when re quested to give you the benefits of our knowledge of banking. On the basis of such service we earnestly solicit your patronage. up-to-d- ate The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. II! nest-boxe- i i tM$M WtfOJtl'i w-ef'- a s$ Notice! Poultry &'l Raisers ap-ha- ve . CURES A?.rrz Cholera, Gapes, LimbernecR, Roup, Canker, Mka xoxcL;nroi.7r Diarrhoea 22$. all Diseases of Poultry Mia WilCoonws. Ui'J.lc n. "Or.. j, chick? n VJ the worn; rtliYri ,'. cSic Irjr'Jr. mXcoJ b J. RoLt. Crar.j. Mfc. KCati; Bryant. Can!stcwr. JCr. arij IXV11-- 1 I'ineJy msde 1 1 eur- sii Ky sy: "ih. i j-- d 1. H- - r- 11 - .7 i. .t of Kcci.K? muJ.' f .1 yeari 1 taJ thii.l it t!ic 4--l !' jlLc l- J -4 if-i.l- i"- l.opru Juc sLr rut! cf a liave cvtrr ms." tt z 9-- 6 ffif-I- . ' R. E McROBERTS & SON, Lancaster, Ky. To LANCASTER SUMMER FESTIVAL AND e yn MONDAY, II II I I n L ONE SOLID WEEK, COMMENCING MAY 29th. :- THE GREAT two-inc- ADAMS Gigantic Merry Goround. the-ma- n 10 BigPeature Shows 10 FREE , f L Mammoth Ferris Wheel. 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. fcsrl-ousl- y live-sto- ck ATTRACTIONS. Big Hippodrome Show. Electrodome. Big Joe. The Aeroplane Girl. Dixie Land Minstrels. Vaudeville. Daffyville. The Broadway Belles. a ON THE SQUARE" AT LANCASTER. Don't Miss Anything. Come on Monday and Stay All Week, I party-nomination- 1 2 The good old summer time is here, and the CEMENT season is now on. CONCRETE SEASON. no- - We have a new supply of the "OLD DOM I and can furnish you on short tice with and a THAT ready-to-us- GRADE e WALL, PLASTER. I" lUnlli it ,.., v, of SCALP fpmpn limp ftnfl Brick, wv.wvi.v, Phone 26. CATARRH. It Is Cured By Knapped and Crushed Stone See us before placing your orders for this material, as we are headquarters for same, and will appreciate your inquiries. HUDSON & HUGHES, HENS IOcts. Roosters 5cts. Ducks 9cts, Eggs, 12cts. Turkeys 9 to Octs. Coal from 10 to 14cts in yard. 1 LANCASTER, KY. Financial Condition of Garrard A HOPEFUL MESSAGE TO SUF A FAIR EXCHANGE. New Back For An Old One-H- ow FERERS AND MEN WHO'S HAIR IS THINNING. The Marvel B.-Tested Of The Century' 3 Done In Lancaster. B. B. For 30 Years. lto 1 ! WANTED BONES. a car load of dry Just received a lot of good lime which we will sell at a reasonable price. B. A B. NORTHCOTT, DEPOT STREET. : Paper Cleaning. Don't Repaper this season. Have your Dandruff now bald later. The same is true of scalp diseases. In fact baldness is a scalp disease. The trouble' with the greasy salves and lotions, the dandruff and scalp cures you have tried so far is that they don't do anything but temporarily relieve the itching and cake the dandruff so it doesn't fall until its dried out again. Nothing can cure really cure such trouble but a real scalp medicine that will kill the germs causing dandruff and scalp disease. Learning from leading fellow drug-ist- s throughout America that they had found a whirlwind cure fo dandruff, eczema and all diseases of the skin and scalp R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store en proving to the laboratories compounding the treatment that it is the most prominent drug store in this city secured the agency for the remedy. This remedy is ZEMO, the clean, liquid preparation that kills the germ of disease and ZEMO SOAP to wash the scalp or skin clear and clean of the dandruff or scale and by its antiseptic qualities soothe and heal. Sold and guaranteed by druggists everywhere and in Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & Son. so-call- Hawking, Spitting Foul Breath, disyou charges of yellow matter permanently weary and restless; piercing pains shoot cured with pure Botanical ingredients. across the region of the kidneys, and To prove it we will send you a SAMagain the loins are so lame to stoop is PLE TREATMENT FREE. agony. No use to rub or apply a plastCatarrh is not only dangerous but it er to the back in this condition. You causes ulcerations, death and decay of cannot reach the cause. Exchange the bones, kills ambition, often causes loss bad back fof a new and stronger one. of appetite, and reaches to general deFollow the example of this Lancaster bility, idiocy and insanity. It needs atcitizen. tention at once. Cure it by taking Mrs. T. S. Elkin, New Danville Pike, Blood Bairn (B. B. B.) It is a Lancaster, Ky., says: "I feel grateful quick radical, permanent cure because to Doan's Kidney Pills in return for the it rids the system of the poison germs benefit they have brought in my familj chat cause catarrh. At the same time My back was very lame and there was Blood Balm (B. B. B.) purifies the a constant pain at the base of my spine. olood does away with every symptom Doan's Kidney Pills went at once tc jf catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling the root of my trouble and entirely re- lood of warm, rich pure blood direct to lieved me. Another member of mj the paralyzed nerves, and parts affectfamily was bothered by attacks of lum- ed by catarrhal poison, giving warmth bago and at times this person's back and strength just where it is needed, was so weak and lame that walking was and in this way making a perfect lastdifficult. Doan's Kidney Pills brought ing cure of catarrh in all its forms. relief in this case just as quickly as Druggists or by express, $1 Per they did in mine. I have not the sligh- Large Bottle, with directions for test hesitation in recommending Doan's home cure. Sample Sent Free by Kidney Pills, as I know they live up to writing Blood Balm Co, Atlanta, Ga. all the claims made for them." Describe your trouble and free medical For sale by all dealers. Price 50 advice given. Sold by F. P. Frisbie. n cents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United STONE. The back aches at times with a dull, indescribable feeling, making Fare good at the Lancaster Fair, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, July 26th, 27th and 28th, 1911. . Be-tan- ic Foster-Milbur- The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price E F Herring W A Price. 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 POSTED Wy, Ky. The following is a statement of the finiancial condition of Garrard CounKy as is shown by the Sheriffs and Treasurers settlements filed at the reguty lar April Term, April 8th. 1911 of the Garrard County Fiscal Court, viz: To amount of revenue charged against the Sheriff on Tax $31,679 70 Books for year 1910 Additional list of 1910 taxes collected by Sheriff on 209 89 $41979,00 at 50 cents on $100.00 4312 50 To total amount of Poll 1910 2875 at $1.50 Amount of money collected by Sheriff taxes on banks, 2670 97 Rail Roads, Trust Companys, and corporations Back taxes collected by Sheriff through Revenue Agent 244 99 less County attorney's commission 343 23 Back tax on J. B. Carter estate $39,461 28 SHERIFFS CREDITS. By exonerations on 1036 polls at $1,50 By exonerations on $148036.00 at 50 cents per $100.00 By personal delinquent on $7607.00 Countys one half 50 1554 00 By Sheriff 10 per cent commission on first $5000.00 By Sheriff 4 per cent commission on residue $32129 07.. By Sheriff 4 per cent on school $5800 34 By County Treasurers receipts By Claims paid per voucher County claims $39,461 28 cents per $100.00 at 740 18 38 500 1285 232 32361 2750 03 00 16 01 79 11 BUENA VISTA States. Remember the no other. $39,461 28 name-Doan's-a- take Paper Cleaned. SATISFACTION Mrs. John Poor is visiting her daugh- ter near Stanford. BUCKEYE. Mr. A. C. Miles made a business trip to Lexington recently. Miss Beulah Hendren of Madison was the guest of Mrs. R. C. Broaddus. Miss Zula Calico of the Richmond Normal School spent Saturday with home-folk- s. j? i Miss Myrtle Ruble is at home from Richmond Normal School. Mrs. Mana Lane has been in Lexington for several months has returned to her home here. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 340. Sheep Shearing has been the order of the day here. Most every one has sold his wool at about 18cts. Miss Eliza Gordon one of the teachers at the Burgin Graded School is the guest of Miss Florence Christopher. Mrs. Annie Walton and little daughRoyal blood and splendid individuality. ter of Louisville are with her mother and gilts for sale. Fall boars Mrs. Amanda Lane for the summer. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. Charles Scott of Anderson county has been visiting relatives here. He was accompanied home by his mother. Mr. and Mrs. John Lane, Miss Jennie Lane and Ray Williams spent last Wednesday with Mrs. Perry near .Han-le- y GUARANTEED. J. J. Faulkner. Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs Mr. William Ray and daughter Stella Ford were with Mr. and Mrs. Ray-moRay Sunday. Mr. Nick Schooler and ne sister Miss Lina of Cottonburg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel. Messrs John and Clyde Watts and sister, also Miss Agnes Miles were guests of Miss Mamie Dickerson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker and little daughter also Mrs. Liza Sadler were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson. Dr. Cheek the Synodical Supt. filled CROUP CONQUERED the pulpit at the Presbyterian church very acceptably Sunday morning. He Every Mother Should Read And was accompanied here from Danville by his Mr. Thompson, Prue one of the twin babies of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Poor died Saturday night. Interment at Mt. Olivet burial ground Monday morning. The little one had not been well for a few days but was not considered dangerously ill. The brother-in-la- w Remem- ber This. 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-youtroubles by trading at the Cash Store of R. S. Brown's r up-to-da- i!UMl ONE HOP B down the throat of "eapey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops In the drinklnz water It f u CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea and other chick diseases. One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons ef Medicine. Every poster raiser should keep of Ms medicine on band. Ask for free booklet on fCHseases of Fowls." In any home where a child has a tendency to croup, a bottle of HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-mshould be kept constantly on hand. A sudden attack of croup with difficult breathing and extreme distress is striken parents have the sympathy of apt to come on at any time. the entire community. The course to be pursued is plain. Send for your doctor at once, and in A Burglar's Awful Deed. the meantime drop 30 drops of HYOMEI into a bowl of boiling water, and may not paralyze a home so com- hold the child's head over it, cover pletely as a mother's long illness. But with a towel or cloth, so that only the Jr. King's New Life Pills are a air filled with Hyomei vapor is Jid remedy for women. '"They gave me wonderful benefit in constipation This method of treatment has saved and female trouble," wrote Mrs. ,M. C. many a child's life, and mothers of Dunlay, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, croupy children should see try them. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & HYOMEI is always on hand.to it that Full in Son. structions for prompt relief of croup is in each package. A 50c bottle of HYOMEI is all you need in treating croup. This is known in all drug stores as Extract Bottle Hyomei Inhalent at R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggist everywhere sell it. Breath HYOMEI. It is guaranteed to cure catarrh, croup, sore throat, bronchitis, coughs and colds, or money back. To break up a cold in a few minutes try this: Pour a teaspoonful of Hyomei into a bowl of boiling water, put towel over head and bowl, and breathe the Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. soothing, healing vapor that arises. It e) l-- m Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Asparagus, Blacker- ries. Raspberries, Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. a bottle H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. I JL ) J. V34 a F$. Mount, Son &Co makes your head feel cleaHn two minutes, It is pleaant to use. Free trial sample of HYOMEI can be obtained by writing Booth's Hyomei Co., Buffalo, " N. Y, - J. I. Sanders sold to Thomas Crane one horse for $85.00 Walker Fain is very low with pneumonia at this writing. Jim Sanders bought of Mrs. Lizzie Osborne hogs for 5 cts. Received from rent work house 1910 150 00 6 20 GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Received from Jack Adams overcharge on coal Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Preston were visitors in Jessamine last Sunday. $22,894 61 Plaintiff DISBURSED G. W. Anderson sold his farm of 78 Eliza Ross vs acres to Willie Ray. Price $1000. 1100 00 Henry Edgington Defendant A. D. Ford County Judge Salary 700 00 Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar- J. E. Robinson County Atty Salary Mr. and Mrs. Mat Folger of Somer650 00' rard Circuit Court, rendered in the Miss Jennie Higgins County bupt set are with their daughter Mrs. Wal- above styled cause at its March term J. W. Hamilton clerk Fiscal Court . 300 00 ter Fain this week. 300 00 1911, the undersigned commissioner B. F. Hudson Treasurer W. G. Gooch Road Supervisor 1000 00 Mr. Dule Lemay and family have re- will on Dr Burnett County physician 200 00 MONDAY MAY 22nd 1911v turned home after several weeks stay Dr J. B. Kinnaird County Health officer 150 00 this day being County Court day, be- Paulv Jail bldtr Co with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lemay. 1083 20 tween the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. 795 00 Mr. and Mrs. John Fain of Lexing- and 12 o'clock noon, sell at public out Gaar Scott & Co for machinery N. W. Harris 2 bonds 44 coupons 1440 00 ton attended the burial of his nephew cry in front of the Court House door in Claims allowed by the Fiscal court jailers fees and for Lancaster Ky, to the highest and best little W alker Fain last Tuesday. janitor at jail and court house, merchants accounts bidder, the following real property to for paupers, undertakers burying paupers, Sheriffs Rev. Mott of Lexington will fill his wit: fees, coal, lights and other claims 10004 29 regular appointment at Scotts Fork This property is located in Garrrrd April 3, 1911 Balance to credit this fund 5172 12 County, Ky., near Bourne post office Saturday night and Sunday night. bounded as follows: $22,894 61 $22,894 61 Mrs. Pattie Tothergill and children and aisstone in Marsee's line, beginning at corner to TREASURY ROAD FUND spent last week with her parents Mr. Taylor Mullins; thence N 86 E 16.4 and Mrs. Smith Thompson of Lancas- poles to a stone on the hillside; thence April 5, 1911 To balance and credit to this fund $ 3097 53 N 64 E 9J poles to a stake in the Received note ter. 2000 00 down the branch S 52 1100 00 L. L. Sanders wife and son Burnette branch; thencestake on the north side Received part note E 20 poles to a Received from Sheriff Garrard County 15861 79 of Crab Orchard were the guest of his of the branch; thence S 41 E 15 poles Received H. Ray justice 5 00 mother Mrs. Mary A. Sanders last to a stake thence b 50 poles k, 13 poles Received J. P. Bourne 60 to the mouth of the drain; thence S 40 Sunday. 1 poles Henry Edgington's cor$22,064 92 Harry and Eugene .b'olger of Bry- - W thence towith his line S 351 E 37.9 ner; DISBURSED grand parents poles to a stake near two beech trees, By antsville were with their amount paid out by order of the County Judge and Mr. and Mrs. C. Moberly last Satur- corner to Mrs. King and Warner; Road Supervisor for work on roads, feed for teams S 72J E 10J poles to a stone in and thence day and Sunday. other incidentals for repairs and maintaing the counbranch, thence S 74 W 57.75 poles ty roads 15821 61 Mrs. Eva Murphey happened to a thea stone; thence S 2J poles.to a stone to 6243 31 very painful accident last week by in Warner's line, corner to Sadler; April 3, 1911 Balance to credit of this fund getting a splinter in her eye. She is thence N 84J W 66 poles to a stake, Total $22,064 92 $22,064 92 corner to said Taylor Mullins; thence still suffering very much. said "branch N 14 E 14 poles; up the OUTSTANDING INDEBTNESS Death has visited the home of Mr. thence N 24J poles to the beginning, Turnpike Bonds 4 per cent interest 21000 00 acres) 48A 1 Lem Evans and taken from him his containing (forty-eigSpringfield Kelley Road Roller Co, interest 6 per cent dearly beloved wife. She was only R and 31 poles. This is the same tract from May 27, 1910 1275 00 was conveyed to Eliza of land sick a short time and before a Dr. Ross andthat Henry Edgington by Joel Pauly Jail bldg, Co, with interest at 6 per cent from May 11, 1909 1000 00 could be called she passed from this Marsee by deed now of record in the Machinery Co with interest at 6 per cent world to a better. She was a member Garrard County Clerk's office in deed The Good Roads11, 1911 from February 2420 40 . of the christian church at Scotts Fork. book 17, page 497. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy Gaar Scott Co, for Machinery with interest 6 per cent .; She leaves a husband and four children a debt to Martha Gill, amounting to from April 5, 1910 750 00 Mrs. Ocie Whittaker, Mrs. Jesse Burd- - $665.00 (six hundred and sixty-fiv-e dolAttest:- - J. W. HAMILTON, Clerk, ette, Mrs. Etta Duncan and Mrs. Mary lars) with interest at 6 per cent per Garrard County Court. annum from Feb. 7th 1907 until day of n Montgomery and several sale, May 22nd 1911, subject to a credto morn her loss. We extend our it of $33.25, Feb. 7th 1907, debt and greatest sympathy to the family. interest amounting to $794.42 (seven SPECIAL EXCURSION hundred and ninety four dollars and forty two cents) and costs approxi Saved Child From Death. mating $88.22 of Court proceedings for has "After our child had suffered from which judgment case. been rendered in the above styled severe bronchial trouble for a year." This tract of land will be sold as a Wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richard- j whole - and the proceeds, after paying son's Mills, Ala., "we feared it had tne aeDt inciuaing interest ana costs, plaintiff consumption. It had a bad cough all will be divided between the in accorand defendant in this action, the time. We tried many remedies dance with the orders of the court. without avail, and doctor's medicine TERMS Said sale will be made on a medicine seemed as1 useless, Finally credit of six months and the purchaser Round Rsunrf we tried Dr. King's New Discovery, will be required to give bond with apTrip Trip proved security, bearing six per cent and are pleased to say that one bottle interest from date of sale, with a lien effected a complete cure, and our child retained on the land to secure the payis again strong and haalthy." For ment of the purchase money; said SPECIAL TRAIN coughs, colds, hoarseness, lagrippe, bond to tiave the force and effect of a. asthma, croup and sore Inngs, its the judgment upon which execution may if not paid at maturity. sL-most infallible remedy that's made. issue J. A. AMON, Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. Court. May 1st 1911 ht Commissioner ' s Sale of Land. TREASURY GENERAL FUND $ 4,526 60 To Balance and credit to this fund April 5, 1910 400.00 Received check A. K. Walker 1909 11 81 Received J. W. Hamilton clerk back tax Lear 900 00 Received Part note 16500 00 Received from Sheriff Garrard County 400 00 Received from A. K. Walker 1910 .... grand-childre- CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 21 st MfRMi .SO Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. l-- m U i ,-- t fv .. -. --3- vytr &Qlrij0QnmTMmamBa List of Claims (continued from last issue.) Ison Logan For money to pay for work on pike" 24 00 Ison Logan for money to pay for teams & hands on road 45 00 Same For money to pay for teams and hands and rock with " roller and grader 85 25 Same For money to pay W. H. Gra- -' ham, Ben Graham. Frank Tarrance, Gen Mullins for ditching and repair- ing culvert Same For money to pay for repairs on was out, bridge and .ditching 28 00 74 00 11.00 rock Same for spreading 3 rds Mont gomery 5.50 Jenkins Colby For use of barn 10.00 Johnson J. R. For work on cul- 1.00 vet 1.00 Joshlin Bill For work 1.50 Same For 1 days wor) 13. 5U Same For 4 J days hauling 9.00 Same For 3 days hauling 9.00 Same For 3 days hauling 13.50 .Same For 4J days hauling 15.00 Same For 5 days hauling 13.50 Same For 4 J days hauling Kauffman Harry For 5 days work 7.50 Same For 5 days work 7.50 7.50 Same For 5 days work Same For 6 days work 9.00 7.50 Same For 5 days work 3.00 Same For 2 days work 7.50 Same For 5 days work Same For 4 days work 6.00 Same For 5 days work 7.50 Same If or 3 J days work 5.25 Same For 6 days work 9.00 3.00 Same For 2 davs work Kinnaird Miss Kate For one road cart 7.50 Ky. CulveatJMfg. Co. For Ingal Sime For money to pay repairing culverts near Henry Tomhnson 21 50 Same For money to pay for breaking 20 rods rock Sec 2. Dis, 1. 45 00 Same For money to pay for break24 75 ing 11 rods Hunter rock Same for spreading 11 rds Hunter 12.50 rods rock 146. 65 Same For 10 days work 14.37 Ray Sim For balance on 15 Ssme For 11J days work 11.90 rods and 34 ft rock spread' 68. 70 Same For 9$ days work 13.75 Rose Bill For 34 5 rods of rock Same For 11 days work 7.50 Same For 6 days work crushed and spread on Fish13.75 282. 75 Same For 11 days work er Ford Pike 10.00 5. 00 Same For 8 days work Ruble John For ditching 15.00 8 posts 4. 00 Same For 12 days work 13.12 9. 00 Same For 10J days work building culvert 8.75 120. 00 Same For 7 days work 15 rods rock 15.00 Same For 6 days work Robinson John For 6 days 9. 00 Wallace & Humber For 12 work days work 15.00 4. 50 Same For 3 days work Walker T. B. For 2270 lbs corn 19.50 Ruble Euj' For balance on 27J 475.00 73. 35 Same For in part of mules rods of rock 72. 00 Walker Smiley For 1 days haul720 rods ditching ing coal 3.00 Ray & Ray For on 16 rods 45.00 56. 00 Walker John For 9 rods rock rock Warren E For 1 days work 2.60 Same For balance on 22J rods 101. 50 Whitehead Ed For 10000 ft rock spread 250.00 bridge lumber Ray Sim For spreading 3 rods 11. 25 Same For 7625 ft bridge lumrock 190.60 ber Same For J on 9 rods rock 15.00 33. .75 Witt Jim For painting barn broke Ware & Hughes For 5J days Ray E. B. For 10 rods rock 16.50 use of engine broke 50. ,00 4.50 Woods Geo For 3 days work Same For balance on 43 rods 7.50 For 5 days work and 21 ft of rock 164. ,38 Sam Wilmot Ben For 2 days haul Same For spreading 10 rods 6.00 ing rock 50. ,00 Warren Arthur For 8 days work 8.00 Same For on breaking 10 rods rock 50. 00 Walker Woods For 20 rods on 102.70 Walker pike Same For $ on breaking 10 rods rock 50. 00 Walker T. T. For ditching and 27.00 building wall Same For breaking 5 rods rock 25. 00 For 6 rods and 190 ft Same For J on 10 rods rock 38.00 gravel 50. 00 broke Woods E. L. For part pay on Same For spreading 5 rods 200.00 gravel on Richmond P. rock 22. 50 White J. N. For 441 bbls For breaking and 99.25 corn 4. 50 spreading rod rock 56. 22 Ross Frank For 9370 lbs hay 10. 00 Ross J. N. For 1670 lbs hay $15821.61 Total Ray Aron For balance on 14 rods rock 65.80 A true copy Same For part pay on 12 rods Attest J. W. Hamilton, 42.40 rock broke Clerk Garrard County Court 14.00 Ray Jim For 14 sills Ray Sherron For gravel on pike 2.50 1-- NOT RISKING SPEED LAWS. amateur yachtsman of A New York tells this Joke on himself. With a few friends he started on t cruise hy way of Long Island sound. They kept close to the shore and, owing to the lack of wind and to the slowness of their hoat, theywere still drifting by familiar country a week or so after they left Gotham. At one point of land they passed, a solemn individual sat .fishing. For some hours the hoat made virtually tc progress, and after a while the fisherman roused himself sufficiently to ask: "Where a ye folks from?" "New York." "How long out?" "Since July 1." Then, after a pause, the man asked well-know- n - ikTiTTWtwTTwMwim "What year?" if you allow11 your young cattle to barely eke outtan existence this winter, they will lose In flesh and bodily vigor to such an extent that it will take two months of good pasture to bring them back to their present condition. Such management swells the farm loss account and gradually decreases the net profits that you may expect next year. The farmer who grows clover for hay and seed and sells both may think he has done a good thing for the soil, but aside from the roots which have been exhausted growing the crop be has done the soil more Injury than with any other crop ho APPROPRIATE DIET. Here Is the Utmost In Roofing Quality You can't get better than best There is a standard of material and manufacture in the prepared roofing business that insures longest possible wear and least repairs. This standard represents the absolute limit the top notch of roofing quality, and Vulcanite is the roof- ing that sets this standard. You can pay higher prices than we ask for Vulcanite. But no matter what you pay, you can't improve on Vulcanite quality. And less money than A smaller price won't let the maker we ask can't bring money's worth. give you a roof made good enough to make good. Investigate today. Learn about Vulcanite Roofing Find out how easy it is to lay. Anyone who can drive a nail can lay a Vulcanite roof. Ask users about Vulcanite. They call it, "The Lifetime Roof." Ask them why. You'll keep money in your pocket that would otherwise be needlessly spent if you'll investigate roofing. We have published a book of tests, heretofore trade secrets. It is called "Ten Years Wear In Ten Minute Vests." Ask our dealer for a copy. He'll gladly supply you. Don't wait until you need roofing. Investigate now, and when your buildings need covering, you'll know what is best to use. can raise. For 1000 ft lumber Same For 900 ft lumber Sanders and Glass For Garrard Co. part repairs on Hickman bridge Sutton Pat For 3 days ditching with team repairing: 3 culverts Sutton Pat For 13 rods rock 534.00 Same For Iron culverts on 70 rods Kavanaugh Bert For 6 days work 7.50 I spread balance Same For 2 days work 2.50 For 31 rods, rock broke 7.50 Same For 6 days work and spread. Same For 5 days work 6.25 Same For w.ork on. 3, culverts 7.50 Same For 6 days work For 6 rods 6.90 Same For baiance on 19J rods Same For 5 J days work 7.50 Same For 6 days work rocks broke apd. spread " 7.50 Same For J on 21 rods rock Same For 6 days work Same For 6 days work 7.50 broke 6.90 Same For 10 rods, rock Same For 5J days work Same For 6 days work 7.50 Same For 49 rods rock broke Same For 3 days work" 3.75 For ditching 4 da. 2 Same For 6 days work 7.50 hands, and team Same For 6 days work 7.50 Smalley Ge.o.. For use of barn, 7.5Q Same For 6 days work for mules 6.25 Stipes Sam For 3J days work Same For 5 days work 6.85 Salter Herb For 6, days work Same For 5$ days work 6.85 Same For 3 days work Same For 5J days work Same For 5J days work 6.87 Scott Eb For repairing 3 cul5.00 Same For 4 days work verts Kirkendol Joe For 4 J days work 6.75 Sweeney J. W. For 60 bu oats Lawson Bruce For work qn, culSame For oil for road 2.00 vert machinery Lawson J. B. For 2 days work Standard Oil Co. For machine Shepherd Bros on road " 20.00 18.00 98.05 9.00 9.50 100.00 269.50 238 70 19.50 46.20 48.85. A good heifer with her first calf at a little past two years of age, if she Is from a breed of fairly high producing cows, is worth from $50 to $100. A Squllbob Doesn't McDuffer look steer that will bring that much money comfortable In this wintry weather? Is usually fed two to three times as Squilligan Sure! At the first cold much as the average heifer. wave he starts eating flannel cakes for breakfast. Pumpkins are one of the best winter green feeds for almost all kinds of Uncommon. stock, especially relished by dairy Is not cows, and they are excellent to mix Common sense, Of a truth with dairy feed for the production of For men with common sense. you'll And, common sense, milk, the cows relishing them greatly. Are most uncommon gents. W Patent Vulcanite Roofing Co. S&F Lancaster Lumber & Man'fg Co. 8085 77.00 189.15 16.00 EASY AND SAFE TO USE INEXPENSIVE. It is not to be supposed that every s heifer will make a cow, but the manner In which she is fed and cared for from birth will have something to do with deciding the question. first-clas- 7.50 5.25 KILLS ISCE ON ALL LIVE 9.00 4.50 10.00 25.36 64.50, 37.31 225.00 15.00 STOCK. The feeding of dairy cows for best out" "And when he woke up?" results is more complicated, and in"He discovered that he was wrapvolves more thought than most persons realize; merely throwing a cow ped so tightly In a blanket ho couldn't wiggle his toes." an abundance of food Is not all. "Twiggs ghtmare recently." "What did ' . ;oam?" "He dreai: that he was caught in a revolving sc.in door and couldn't get 1 EC J had ;. : -- :c. DESINFECTS. CLEANSES. PURIFIES. II !iu3 so many use3 that It Is rods rock in sec. '2 Dis. 2. 22.50 Same For breaking-3rods' rock 77.00 Same For "balance 'on break- 44.00 ing 31J rods rock Noland Bill For 2 days work 5.00 . Tl Yv' TlIA-i, Noel W. rura uays- wiui 10 1 Wallaceton pike Moran Geo. For work on concrete Murphy C. W. For fixing culvert on Walker pike Moberly C. M. For cleaning ice out of Sugar Creek pike Same For 12 rods of gravel Morgan Henry For 5 days work Same For 3 days" work Same For 3 days work Same For 3 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 4 days work Same For 4 days work Same For 2 days work Same For 4 days work McKee Sam For whitewashing Middleton Bob For 4$ days work Morgan S. For repairs on Craborchard pike "" Mullins Temp For "breaking Richmond pike Moor Wilson For hauling on road 2 days For work on culvet Miller Raymond For 6 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 5 days work Montgomery D. M. For balance on 22 rods rock For 31 rods rock at 3 dollars per rod Mitchell G. W. For work on Locker 'Jim For, 8i rods rock 100.00 "broke and spread Same For building wall on back 10.00 creek pike Same For work on culvert 3.00 6.00 Same For bal on 7 rods of rock Lunsford John For hauling 3& 10.50 days Same For 1J days hauling 4.50 3.00 Same For 1 days hauling Same For 3 days hauling 9.00 Leavel B. F. For repairing bridge Leavell J. D. For 2 days work 3.00 Leavell Rodes For 2 days work 2.50 Lewis Will For 1 days work 1.25 17.50 Lemay Sid For 17$ days work Lemay Dick For 9 days with 27.00 team 7150 Leavel Jim For 6 days work Leavel Charlie For 5J days' 16.50 with team 1.00 Miller Lon For 1 days work McWhorter For ditching on 2-- 2.25 oil Sweeney 56.50 6.00 1.00 7.50 7.50 6.25 97.40 93.00 20.00 12.30 3.00 2.80 80.00 7.50 4.50 4.50 4.50 9.00 7.50 6.00 3.00 6.00 6.00 5.60 15.00 Noel Lewis For 7 days work Overstreet Bob For work on ' fence Oaks John For repairing cul: Same For-work team 27.00 7.00 4.00 5.00 4.00 5.00 on bridge Overstreet "Denny For 4 days work Same For 4 days work Sam a For 5 days wark Same For 5 days, work Same For 5. "days work Same. For 6 days work Same For 5 days work Sja.me For 3 days work Same For 4J days work Same For 2 days work Palmer Bill For 5785 lbs hay Patterson G. M. freight on road roller Preston Bill For 5 days work Preston Harrison For 4 days vert Oaks J. T. For work on bridge 6.00 6.00 7.50 8.25 7.50 9.00 7.50 4.50 6.75 2.50 28.92 79.20 7.50 6.00 io.OO Penman Hiram For work on culvert Same For building wall for bridge across White Oak Creek Payne John 6 days work Same For 11 davs work Mat Prewitt For 9 days with , team Pollard Mason For 59 bu corn Parsons R. F. For 3324 ft lum- ber Phelps Chas For 6 days work Same For 4 days work Pollard Bob For 4 days work Ruble Eugene For f pay on 27$ work 50.00 9.00 16.50 27.00 36.94 99.72 53 ft rock 53.00 7.50 Wallace & Humber For 5J days work '6.85, 5.60 Same For 11J days work 14.35 Kodak finishing. 4.00 Same For 8J days work 10.65: Same For 9 days work 11.25 merits. Studio ler Sutton Josh For renairiner cul verts on Craborchard P Smith Mrs. Celia For 144 ft. lumber Smith J. L. For 20 rods gravel ' on Boones Creek pike Tarance Frank For 5,days work Same For 12 days work Same For 9 days work Turp'in Henry For i days work Withers Ed For 6 days work .same For 6 days work Same For 4 J days work" Same For 5 days work Same For 6'days work Same For 6 days work" Same For 5$ days work Same For 6 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 4 days work" Same For 6 days work Same For 6 days work" Same For 4J days work Same For 2 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 6'days wprk Same For 4 days work" Same For ldays work Same For'3 days work" Same For 5 J days work Same For'4iays work Same For 4 days work Same For 6 days worlc Same For 4J daysworkv Same For 5 day s work. Same For 6 days'work" Same For 3J days work Same Far 6 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 3J days work Same For 4$ days work Same For 5 days work Same For 5 days work Same For 5 days wojk Same For. 2 J days worjc- Ware Albert 'For, 3 days.w.ork Ware Albert For 6, days w.or.k Same For 4 daysyprX t or oil Same For 6days work. Same For l'days wqr"k" Same For 6 days w.ojrk. Same Forr5J daysrwprk. Same For 6, days work. Same For 5' days, work Same For 6 days w.oj"k Same For 6'days.w.brk Same For e.days.w.c-rSame For ida.yfi. work Same For 2.day& work Same' Fdj" 6, days, work Same Foj"5,diays.'xork jSame For"-6- , days work Same For 4. days work Same For 6 daps work iSame For 3 days work Same For 5 days work Same For 4 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 1 days work Same For 2J days work Same For 6 days work Same For 3 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 3J days work Same For 5 days work on barn and road Same For 4 days work Same For 5 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 5 days work Same For 6 days work Wallace Newt For 3 days work Same For 5 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 2J days work Same For 6 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 5 days work Same For 7 days work Same For 5J days work Same For 6 days work Same For 5 davs work Same For 6 days work Same For 6 days work Same For 14 days work Walker & Ross For 6 rods and " J. Wt For road sprink- a necessity on every farm. CURES MANGE, SCAB, RINGWORM, SCRATCHES 284 100.50 Destroys All Disease Germs OHIVES AWAY FLIES JOB IULB 8T 7.50 18.00 13.50 R. E. .75 10..50 McRoberts & Son. 41 5,25. 7,85, 8.75 10.50 10.50 9 65 10.50 10.50 7.00 1,0.50. SEND FOR FREE BOOKLETS AFTER DINNER. .At 1 . ' 10.50, With roasazlne and friendly pipe "' I sit at ease And read about some wondrous type Of early peas A man can plant them In his yardj Ann make them pay. To cultivate them Isn't hard. 6,65 3,5Q. 1Q.50 7,50 7,00 1,75 The writers say. I read about the Belgian hares. 4.50 11.00 7.00 The Plymouth Honks. They pay as well, the ad declares As mining stocks. And thus a pleasant hour I pass,. I smoke and nod. And dream of how I may amasa A goodly wad. &!Sj p 7.87 10.50 7.87 8.75 10.50 5.75 10.50 9.QQ It is impossible to tell the profitable No Need of Bradstreet cows from the unprofitable animals you Seaside Hotel Proprietor unless you test your milk. The quan- have given our finest suite of rooms to tity of milk is not enough. The but- a man named Bilkins. Are you sure he ter fat must be considered. can pay the rates? Clerk Yes; he's immensely rich. It is very Important that when the Proprietor How do you know? calves are first placed in the feed lot Clerk He Is old and ugly and his they should be given the most palat- wife Is young and pretty. able feed that can be obtained until they have learned to eat. The Handicap. There Is no known feed that Is bet"What!" cried the woman orator, ter for poultry than good clean grains, waxing warm, "restrains our progress accompanied by plenty of clean, fresh when we would go forward? What water and an abundance of charcoal. prevents us from taking long strides to our goal?" And a voice in the crowd yelled, Now is the time to study up on the new "serum" method for preventing "The hobble skirt!" hog "cholera, then you will be ready to act at once when you have to. Part of the Cosmos. "I've Just been to hear a lecture on The only way to be sure a cow has " Mrs. Fllbb. good milking qualities which can be 'The Social Cosmos,' said "And .did you learn anything new, perpetuated in her offspring is to be my dear?" asked Mr. Fllbb. sure she has good blood in her. "Yes, Indeed. Mrs. Wapple told me chat Mrs. Wllgeham is carrying on In improving a flock of mutton scandalously with her chauffeur." sheep, the ram Is practically the whole thing until such a time as the ewes are equally well bred. His Dim Impression. "Father," asked the boy, "what is a Don't pack the dairy cow away for gink?' " winter into a dark corner of the sta"I have only a vague Idea, my son," ble and expect to take out a strong, said Professor. McGoozle; "but I prehealthy cow In the spring. sume a gink is a guy, or a geezer, or something of that kind, raised to the Generally farmers who feed stock nth power." upon their farms are successful farmI--see System A The Kemington- - W ahl Adding and Subtractin T I 1 Typewriter will do all your writing and adding in Your Way Visible Writing -- Visible Adding Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated ers, but not all successful farmers need be stock feeders. WISE., 134 South Fourth SL, Louisville, Ky. 25 5.25 6.75 and putting It on the market In an attractive form are two of the secrets Producing what the consumer wants successful dairying. ssssmssssS! 7.50 7.50 7.50 3.75 4,50 12.00 &Q0 Women Women who suffer from female ailments, freqncilly of wt&, f ",'X It isn't much use to keep cows that milk hard. You can find Just as good r ones that milk by and not man-powe- four field horse-powe- r. 6.53 12.00 B. F. HUDSON, President. 2.50 15.00 13.75 15.00 12.50 15.00 15.00 15.00 6.75 5.00 12.00 12.50 15.00 10.00 12.00 6,00 10.00 neglect their tronble, iflJa general Don't wait till your easels as bad as that fate Carduif In time. It is a salev reliable break-dowafalio- Cattle raising presents a promising of endeavor to those who aim alike at personal satisfaction and financial profit. All damaged limbs should be cut out, because they are likely to injure others while swaying in the winds. Mrs. Askett (in grocery) Don't you give a baker's dozen? tem of feeding to grow and develop Grocer (counting eggs) No'm. Thira draft horse for market. teen is an unlucky number and I'm 'The sheep responds profitably to very superstitious. conditions of peacefulness. They need sensible treatment as to surroundings. A Fool Rushed In. Eh might have known In the large city markets the best Sh would got hurt. prices for fatted fowls are realized Tennis! In a hobble skirt from about February to July. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice PresL ORGANIZED 1SS3. medicine, lor all women". It requires skill and a liberal high-grad- e sys- IOF I J W. & Citizens National Bank LANCASTER, KY. SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. K W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. Take Mrs. Rena Ham of Pierce.l Fla., friar Cantor and alter-- J wardwrtfe: wIwas asuf- -i ferer. from all sorts of fe-- 4 matetronble, haft pain in my' side trawing palas in. ray. I Business Solicited. J. Prompt Attention. 8.00 12.00 2.00 5.00 12.00 S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker. T. M. Arnold. Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. V 6.00 12.00 12.00 1 7.00 9.25 9.00 10.00 12.00 i!s,cua ofnx sieep, breath, shortness til My instaad fur m a Lousy hogs are a direct source of loss, which, with worms, prevent divi- dends in the hog business. 10.00 11.25, 3.75 6.:. 5- -, wue gave me reiiei anu mw f am almost well." iaslslefl n, wlwhiii 47nitnt Tlin JIbcIU" lw,u" :,"5 uyi Z2uv" vmki. your late uncle's will?" "No; he didn't come up to the Attention to every minute detail scratch." In dairying must be observed if thn best results are reached. After weaning the foal, the young "I want to give a timely and striking animal should not" be neglected and present to my husband." permitted to rough it the first winter. "Then why- - not give him a clock." Carrots, potatoes, beets and other root crops should be dug as soon as possible now, dried, and stored in the cellar. It Startled A. Timely Suggestion. The Reason. "So you didn't like the clause in Subscribe For The Record ?i 7.5u 3.15 7.50 7.50 6.25 Iry Uwiirhelpyw." CaTdul. tie WerU. 7.50 6.85 7.50 6.25 7.50 7.50 17.50. Clinton B. Bastin, Enlarge- - Every farmer will admit that a good new fence on the farm Is beautiful and useful.. There is nothing quite so good as fine brush to catch and hold soil wash. I ) I Photographer. . Bromide at Telephone After being built the fence must receive regular "attention- if it is intend-- . 1 Office,' fd to last and always turn stock. When the. astounding claims were first made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, bu forty years of wonderful cures have proved them true, and everywhere it is now known as the best salve on earth for Burns, Boils, Scalds, Sores, Cute, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Eczema, Chapped hands. Pever Sores and Piles Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- nt Lancaster Colored Fail AUGUST 11th and 12th, IftiaU George Moran, Pres. jtr James B. lrViliaHii.itSec;-- - Lancaster, Kentucky. .1 - ,11 Al& J, &!..- - - rjCw-yrieV- - n liSarfiBi 'Ti,gTsa,a7rfnaj&-fc&i3E'Tgnigreriajg- T jmi jijyTcaa "aa f & K w Money Saved Money Made IS 35 Beautiful Hand Tailored Wash Suits made from LINENS, POPLINS and Choice Wash Materials worth from $4.50 to $10.00 going fast at 5tj3fr The t! Bring Your Plans HERE and have us help you figuie on the lumber you'll need. We'll figure closely too for we know our Lumber and Joseph m Mercantile nnn Mrs. Mary Taylor is in Barboiusvillc of Bryantsville this county and John Boner of Camp Nelson were united in visiting. marriage last week at the home Miss Martha Sweeney will go to Dan- of her sister Mrs. Grant Trumbo of ville for the Carnival this week. Frankfort, the Reveren Joseph the christian minister, ofiiciating. Dr. B. C. Rose, was in Richmond last The bride was attired in a handsome week to vacillate his brothers hogs. traveling suit and largo picture hat and Miss Mary Rankin returned Wednes- a huge boquet of valley lillies. The day from Mndison Female Institute. happy young Couple left at once for an Mrs. Rebecca Perryman and son Ray Eestern trip. The bride is the attractmond leave Saturday for a visit to Cor-bi- ive daughter of Mrs S A Maret recently of this county while the groom is an industrous business man being a governMrs. O. T. Layton has been the ment employee at Camp Nelson. guest of Misses Sallie and Lily Noel of The Womans Club gave an educatioDanville. nal and instructive Art and Craft Di". W. B. Oglesbie of Princeton is on Friday and Saturday. The here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Horace K. collection of handsome pictures by Herndon. Misses Sallie Elkin and china painting Mr. Hughes L. Barrett of Louisville of Miss Mayme Walters on exhibition has been the recent guest of Rev. and would adore any studio in larger cities. Mrs. C. C. Brown. The fancy work consisting of quilts, Mr. and Mrs. La Fayette Howard of centerpieces and counterpanes and inEdenton have been visiting Mr. T. M. teresting curio tables consisting of souvineers of Major Wm. H. Collier Howard and family. brought from the Phillipines and a Dr. William Elkin of Atlanta, arrived photograph of the late Commodon Wednesday for a visit to his father Cicero Price of Troy New York, and Captain T. A. Elkin. his handsome daughter the Duchess of Mrs. G. B Rose of Bryantsville is Marlborough of Blenham lastte Engvisiting friends and relatives in Rich- land all drew admiring spectators that numbered into the hundreds. Dainty mond and Winchester this week. refreshments floral decoratinns and Mrs. James Burnham Woods iV at sweet strains of music all added to the home after a visit to her sisters Misses attractivness of the occasion. Mary and Gertrude Noel of Danville. Sen-rance Company. f j YOUU FIND Gossip About People i . r, ..c it i! il- J unei mention 01 inc r" uuuiiv;5 anu Ooines Ly Those Wt Arc Interested In. A IT IN THIS COLUMN. J Buggies and Harness are going cheap for a few days. W. J. Romans, 2t 5-- 19 Notice. Wc have a first class carriage painter. Give us a trial. Conn Bros. 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 years to come. help you figure? W. B. Burton was in Lexington for a few days last week. Cecil Brown has been in Stanford visiting his cousin, Prescott Brown. n. All policy holders, in Garrard County, in the continental Insurance Co, will please send all reports of loss and other Let W. S. Fish write your Insurance. business direct to me. W. S. Fish, Agent. Stanford, Ky. For Sale Two Mule Foot Boars. For Sale. S. C. Denny. Our rubber tires are good -tf Five shares stock, Paint Bank. try them. This bank makes somethingLick twenty like Conn Bros. com- Isn't that a good enough reason to have us J. W. Sweeney will go to Lexington for the Knights Templar Conclave. Miss Katie Holtzclaw of Gilberts Creek is visiting Miss Mattie Adams. Miss Belle Denny of Stanford is visiting her cousin Miss Katie Lee Denny. dis-nl- ay Insure with W. S. Fish whose panies pay promptly and in full. on buggies and harness. W. per cent net I will take $180 per share, which is just about book value. W. E. Sullivan, DeLand, Fla. 3t-4-2- 8. Prices are being cut away down low J. Romans. Notice To Contractors. Lancaster Lumber & tt JU j Wk Co. Miss Dove Harris of Danville has been with her sister Mrs. S. H. Ander- son. Miss Tommie Francis is the guest of her friend Miss Annie Cotton of Danville. L, Lawson and Givens Terrill were in Louisville the past week. Messrs W. tito&f&&&tsz&!&i&&. Our ICE CREAM DEPARTMENT opened Plans and specifications for the school house for the colored people of See our corn planters the most com- Lowell are in my office and sealed plete planter on the market. bids will be received at a meeting of Conn Bros. the County Board Monday May 29th. We reserve the right to reject any Now is the time to buy a buggie and and all bids. Miss Jennie Higgins a set of harness cheap. W. J. Romans. -tf Supt. -2t Insure your self and wife first, then your home. Call on me I will do both for you. J. A. Jones, agent. My business is Insurance give your business to me I will take care of your property while you sleep. J. A. Jones, agent. t ;" I- FRIDAY, APRIL 21st i fe Mrs. W. T. West has been on a recent visit to Mrs. W. K. Warner of Stanford? Miss Hallie Brown has been in Danville for a visit to Misses Ella and Fannie Thompson. Mr. Albert Schoolfield of Forman Ark. is here to spend the summer with Mr. Ike Myers. m ?' -- x Mr.s James Hersley and daughter of Paris are at the bedside of her mother Mrs. John Estes. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Davidson have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice of Richmond. nx i "OX Mrs. Emma Higginbotham leaves this week to visit her niece Mrs. Joseph Elder of Danville. We have increased our capacity to 150 gallons per day, and sr : are better prepared than ever to supply you with QUALITY ICE CREAM. I j- . - Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. :SiBrHiHifHllilBi;BIliailiaill WlaiSlBiSJai'aiBiBJBTaiBi A K MS.W.VMJ & z iiiSii2 6; 5335 They never need repairs, never need any attention in fact except an They're Fireproof Stormproof and suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to occasional coat of paint. i(Mj7 OF LANCASTER. Pres't. S. C. ?M ifcjinavufHH Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES,Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. i R. T. Embry, r. Safety Samual J Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. " -- D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. made today. Having decided to quit house keepMrs. Arthur Batner and little daugh Mr. and Mrs. John W. Crenshaw of ing on account of ill health and other Notice. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. ter of Lebanon Junction were Georgetown and Mrs. J. H. Shrop reasons, I have decided to sell all my To the wool Growers of Garrard guests of Garrard relatives. shire of Cynthiana are guests of Elder house hold and kitchen furniture at county who we have bought wool from. the highest bidder at public auction on DEALER Samuel Walters of Frankfort is en- F. M. Tinder and Mrs. Tinder. 3 We will be in Lancaster at the depot SATURDAY, MAY 20TH. at joying his vacation with his parents Elder F. M. Tinder and Mrs. Tinder Each Saturday to receive wool, be sure O'CLOCK P. M. Mr. and Mrs. John Walters. entertained at an eloborate 6 o'clock Also the partnership furniture of W. and shear dry and tag well. J. D. Eads, and sons. Mrs. Mary C. Hunter of Crab Orch- dinner Tuesday evening in honor of C. Davis & Son, I have several pieces ard visited Mrs. J. W. Grant and f the teachers of the graded school. of old fashion furniture and all of it is daughter Saturday and Sunday. Mr. J. R. Smith of Birmingham Ala, in good condition. I have an old fash a member of the National Fox Hunters ion book case, and clock. Mesdames S. A. Maret of Frankfort W. C. Davis. and J. C. Adams of Paynes Ky. , are Association is expected this week for a visit to his friend Mr. Woods Walker guests of Mrs. Jack Adams family. of Paint Lick. FLATW00D Bettie Respass the little old Mrs. James L. Cross, who has been daughter of Mrs. Sue Herring Respass visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. is reported very ill of typhoid fever. Jesse Baird is visiting home folks Hammack of Manse, and brother at and attended church at Good Hope SatMiss Margaret Arnold of Madison Paint Lick, has returned to her home urday and Sunday. Female Institute is expected home in Thrifty Texas. Mr. Green Morgan at Spainy has this week from her scholastic duties. There "being a light docket in the completed his new store and now has Dr. E. H. Pearce has been in Somer- Mercer court, Judge Walker came groceries to accommodate his many set for a Centennial Anniversary of the home Friday and remained until Tues- friends. Methodist church congregation in that day. He will adjourn court in Harrods-bur- g Henry .Miller is somewhat improved place. this week and will begin the regu- he has been a suffer for about eight Let-ter- e? Mrs. Alex Walker and little daugh- lar term in Stanford Monday. months and is now getting so he can ter Virginia Pearl Walker left Sunday Mrs. B. F. Walter entertained at a sit up a few minutes each day. for a visit to the Misses Hardin in 6 o'clock dinner the honor guests being Rev. A. C. Baird's new house is Indianapolis. Mrs. J. R. Mount's visitors Mesdames nearing completion and it wont be a Dr. Virgil Gibney Kinnaird of the B. F. Mattingly and daughter of Louis- great while untill he and his estimable Louisville Medical College is at home ville and Mrs. Frank Bbol of Lebanon. wife will be enscoused therein. with his parents Dr. and Mrs. James The menu was daintily served in coursRev. McHudgins filled the pulpit at es. B. Kinnaird. Good Hope Saturday. Rev. A. C. Mrs. Pearce Noland and children If so you want us to order engraved Invita- Mrs. John L. Anderson of WashingBaird the pastor preached a very able Robert and Nelly of Seattle Washing-ingto- n ton D. C. came Friday for a stay of sermon Sunday on Giving and the spir will arrive in a few days to some weeks with her mother Mrs. " it of giving. visit Mrs. Noland's parenis Judge M. tions, Cards aud Stationery. Arthusa Currey. D. Hughes and Mrs. Hughes; this is J. R. Estes of Cincinnati and Mrs. the first visit Mrs. Noland has made Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? Pendergrass of Beachville Ky., are to her "Old Kentucky Home" in eight We are agents for that famous engraving the guest of their mother Mrs. John years and her many relatives and No, Never. Its foolish to fear a Estes who is very sick. friends aae glad to extend to her a fancied evil, when there are real and deadly perils to guard against in swamV " Miss Fannie Tinder of Hamilton cordial welcome. house, Harcourt & Co., whose work "is ps and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. College Lexington was at home for a Mr. Woods Walker is entertainiag week's visit with her parents Elder the following friends this week all of These are the malaria germs that cause ague; chills and fever, weakness, aches and Mrs. F. M. Tinder. first class and prices cheap. whom are members of the National in the bones and muscles and may inLittle Miss Virginia Beazley received Fox Hunters Association and who have duce deadly typhoid. But Electrid Bita prize a nice book from her teacher with them about fifty of their favorite ters destroys and casts out these vicMiss Anderson for having made the fox hounds A. V. Huyler New York, ious germs from the blood. "Three H. Wilder Vincent Ala., J. R. Smith bo'es drove all the malaria from my greatest improvement in writing. Birmingham Ala., J. H. Lane Syla-cau- system," wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Miss Margaret Letcher Cook is at tAlabama, S. E. Slebg LivingN.,C, "and I' e had fine health home after a visit to friends in Louisstone Ala, W. A. Wode Versailles, ever since." Use this sate, sure remville. While in the Falls City little Samuel Woodridge Versailles. edy only. 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Miss Cook was invited to quite a num-berPhone 43. Miss Wade Lee Maret until recently Son. parties and balls. ! Mr. W. B. Mason accompanied Mason to Henderson where Mrs. on will spend a few weeks. Mrs. Mas- Dr. B. C. Rose and wife, attended, the commencement exercises and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bastin. Miss Hattie Ray and James A. Lee both of this county were married Wed. desday Elder F- - M. Tjnder officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker Misses Mary and Margaret Walker spent Sunday with Mr. and Airs J. C. Hays of Stanford. Mrs. Albert Schoolfield and little daughter Louise of Foreman Arkansas are guests of her father Captain Isaac Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson and little daughter Elizabeth Logan left Wednesday for the Knights Templar Conclave in Lexington. Divide up boys do not be greedy send me all business you find you can not A call is hereby made for the demo- write I will write any and all kinds of cratic county committee to meet at the business any old place this side of Ky county court room in Lancaster, Ky., river. J. A. Jones. at 2 o'clock r. M. on Saturday, May Corn planters, Cutting harrow, Land 20th. 1911, to determine the manner by which a democratic nomination shall roller, Drag harrow, cultivators. Double be made for representative of Garrard shovel plow, Geers, Harness, etc. Conn Bros. county in the next Legislature, who is to be voted for at the election in NovJust receioed two car loads of Southember 1911. ern pine floaring and ceiling. Low Jas. I. Hamilton, chairman prices. Burnam & Rucker Paint Lick Democratic com. Ky. Call For Democra.ic Committee. Red Top Garrard county Public Sale. I represent two old time companies with millions of dollars to back up all their promises, see me at Conn Bros Hardware store. J. A. Jones agent. 4t Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest factory Roofing Satis- ASK YOUR Haselden Bros. J ar Are You Going To Marry? Are You Going Visiting? Are You Going To Write , ga Lu-cam- a, We CENTRAL RECORD Hr of 1-- m lft.-- - - JWv , ALLEY GREGOR Record 2:19 Trotter; Chestnut Stallion; about rJay 1G 43401. Rex Arbuckle OOOOfrPOOoOOOOOOOOOPOOOfrOoOOOq009VO I fOX ooooe0O6o0O0eeooe0oooeo 34. George Wilkes .IIP. 2:22. Sire of J:; dams of 20 f. . 1467. Combined Stallion. Will make the season of 1911 at J.N. Denny farm, Wi miles from Lancaster, on Richmond pike at I.ady Frank Ky Mambrino FtarSS-'Great brood mare. Mambrino Hoy Mi. Sire of 15; dams of i:;. Nora Wilkes. Hvfieorjip Wilkes 510. Major Kdsall 210. Sire of 1 ; dams of 1. Nancy Whitman uutraced. Seneca Chief 378. hire of 1 ; dams of 15. 066qooo ooooo4 ooooooooo $$ a I 6464OOO0Oe0OOOO6OoefrooOOoO9O9O U .i 1 hand; 7 years old. Registered Vol 17. nircUOfio 131; clams of 79. 5 Allerton.M28 Keroid'JUilJ.f. Sire of 201: dmns of :n'., in- cmflitip Uniicv Kojccl Gnsili- - Wilkes.... 2:ir.',j. Uicoiidrtfl Dam of --'. Gen. Fori est 2 :0s. etc. i-- biro of rfpace below this heading id for the exclusive nse of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will he accepted over fonr Is lines, and will be only in 'no issues of the Hecobd, free of charge EXPERIENCE the best teacher, so come and get the best SHAVE to be had at 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. fRolt McGregor 017 $20. For A Living Foal Frank Ross bought a three year old Shop on Richmond Street. black harness mare of Sam Warren Bakbek We make a specialty of Honing Razors. for S1G0. HENRY DUNCAN'S (.Pearl McGrejjor Sire of 111: du'ms ofiss. 2 km,'. and Allev . GroRora-.l'ami grand (.Mand R. dRin of Trocar 'J:17J. Oam of Mav Itird 2:'.'1'4 Pearl .McGregor 2v2alj. 1 ( Jenny. Hy Champion Grinnels. Dam of Jericho 2o0. Grandam of 1. AT $IO OO TO INSURE. R. L. ELKIN, 191 1 Lancaster, Ky. 191 1 SEASON That Grandly Bred Young Stallion LEE CURRY $15.00 To 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 actirnr horse. Don't wear anv boots. just 9 oz shoes. He ought to make a great sire. His oldest colts are coming two's and show great Speed and action. Any one wishing to see one of them can do so on the Lexington 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 Dave Ross sold a jiice two year old black mare to Mr. Mcallum, of Boyle Rex Arbuckle, 1467 by Rex McDonald county for $200. 833, he by Rex Denmark 840. 1st dam Miss Richmond 551, by King Mr. J. M. Cress bought 27 head of Richard, by Peavine 58. sheep and lambs of J. J. Smith of Rock2nd dam Jennie Lynn 361, by Stone- castle, for 67.50 wall Jackson 72, by Washington DenWanted Stock to graze by the mark 64. 3rd dam Florence by Sand Maupin's month, on about 40 acres of good grass. G. C. Gay, MeCreary, Ky. Drennon. Jersey Bull Heniy Simpson 8842 Season 191 i. J. W. H. SWEENEY. J. TINSLEY, Kentucky. ' DENNY BROS at LANCASTER. KY. Joel White, of Wilmore, Ky., recently purchased from parties in Lexington Ky., a registered Holstein cow $185. County Surveyor. PHONE .m-- j. Office over F. (J. Hurt's furnltnre store. Lost: Pale red yearling heifer. Left about April 21. Reward for information to lead to her recovery. John Richardson, Stanford, Ky, Route No 4. Mr. Mat S. Cohen, of Lexington, Ky., has sent the good young saddle stallion Bourbon Star to Hook & Woads, Paris, Mo., to be trained for the fall shows. Sired by Jay Morse 19889; Record 2:26. Dam Susie Wilkes,(dam of 5, grandam of 9,) by Red Wilkes 1749. Will make the season of 1911 at Central Park, Fair Grounds, at $15. to Insure a feiving Colt Sound and All Right. Lancaster, I am prepared to take care of mares on grass at lOcts per day. Lien retained on colts for service fee. Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Garrard 1835. Chief Dr. R. L. Pontius, Insure A giving Foal. PHONE 95. For further particulars address W. B. BURTON, LANCASTER, KY- - Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Otliice L. K. Rogers, Danville, Ky. Tenn. Phone 348. No business on Sunday, E3iS'i:tiiisst$??i:g?si:?''K?sjv,v 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 $2'o.OO To Peavine 85. Insure 179G. A Living Colt. Daisy 2nd by All Peavine 4092, Sire, Rex Peavine Bv Rex McDonald Grand sire, Rex McDonald 833. So. 1st dam, Lucy Wells 6104, by Peavine 2nd dam, daughter of Harris' Denmark. 3rd dam, daughter of John Nosely. R. S. Scudder, Owner. McKINNEY. KENTUCKY. DESCRIPTION This Stallion is a grade crossed between an imported Percheron Stallion and a pure bred imported Belgian Mare; is (ii hands high; is a dapple brown; is nine years old; weighs 2000 pounds. For style and action, he can't be beat; has good heavy bone a good foot and a noble disposition. He was one of tRe 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 l.orse will make the season of 1911 at my place one mile south of Buckeye at the very low price of DUTC county Ulivet, Robertson Tuesday night fire destroyed the trainBay stallion 15-- 3 hands, foaled summer 1902, said by good judges to be ing stables of Asbury and Anderson one of the finest stallions living. He together with twenty head of fine is a perfect image of his great sire show mares and stollions. The loss is Chester Dare 10. Mr. J. C. Graves estimated at $20,000. who raised and showed Chester Dare The seasons seem to be changing. 10 says it is almost impossible for two .formerly, a large portion of the corn horses to be more alike than Garrard crop was planted in April, and a promiChief 1835 and Clips', ev Dare 10. Col. nent farmer of an adjoining county W. A. Barrigor. ' Shelbyville, Ky., used to declare that if he did not get a has judged tl l .' de at the Texas portion of his corn planted in March State Fair s. - . vimes says he is as he would not plant any. This is all fine a horse o ever saw. Garrard changed and if a farmer gets any of teh Chief won - championship planted in April he is lucky This year South West r.t Dallas in 1908, 1909, we dont suppose there is ten acres in 1910 and during that time his colts won the county now in the ground and it more than and other herd shown there appears that none will be planted for in saddle classes. At Fort Worth some time. Winchester Democrat. Horse Show in March 1910 Garrard Chief won first in breeding class for j The entire hemp crop of Lincoln and saddle stallions and age over 15 good Garrard counties to be raised the presones, he also won at same place first ent season, amounting to about 400 saddle stallion mare or acres or an aggregate of 400,000 pounds for gelding. He will make the season of has been purchased by agents of E. F. 1911 four miles from Stanford on Hus- - Spears & Sons, of Paris, Ky., at $5.50 tonville pike at $25 to insure living per iuu, an increase oi lo cents over colt. Mares grazed $2.50 per month. , last season's price. These two coun Care taken to prevent accidents but ties produce more hemp than any other not responsible should any occur. two counties in the State, but the acreage this year has been reduced to less than half as compared to that of J. H. MURPHY, last year, when both counties combined produced over 1,000 acres. Farmer Stanford, Ky. Home Journal. Alt. . At at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky. E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. . - ! M. K. Denny, DENTIST onice over Miss Arnold's Millinery. H. five-gait- ed J. PATRICK, Dentist, All Work Guaranteed. . , Paint Lick, Kentucky, DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Plione O090OC OOOOOOOOO OO 009C00004 J G. IF I HAD ECZEMA. $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. Tor public Service Season of 191 Big Manmioutli Jack, Napoleon 3rd, 1 Id wash it away with that mild, soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, 25c. Relieves all kinds of skin trouble, Chester stallion, 1G hands high, cleansing away the impurities and weight 1250 pounds, foaled 1905. By clearing up the complexion as nothing Bourbon King. Dam Queen of Harri- else can. Yes, If I had any kind ot skin trou son, by Harrison Chief. Bohemian ble I'D USE D. D. D. All Druggists King owes his success as a sire largely to Queen of Harrison, who was a finer and faster mare than her sister, Lou Bohemian King, 2410 Cut Flowers of QUALITY. h aoooooooo&ooooooooooaooooooooo 1 froo Ware McRoberts. Henry L.Casey,D.v.s. VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. Tulted States Army . The Sensational Performer and Splendidly Bred Registered Saddle Stallion CARROLL A. Bay horse PREST0N---438- 3. S. H. R. -- a 'A a star and hind ankles white. 15-- 3 J, foaled 190G. t Sire, Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark G4, Preston's dam was Belle by Roderick 101 by Mambrino Lee Grand 99 r: by Highland Chief and the dam of Roderick was by a son of Peters' Halcorn 3241. iniTrnr,vr:'iir 1 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 Chief.) Property of Glenworth Stock Farm, Burgin, Ky. Champion of Champians, World's CRESTLAND. 3173, Vol. 7. 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. x i: is Carroll Preston is the finest individual and best performer in Central Ken- H J tucky 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 awith a world of speed and action. His colts are proving him a coming sire and 53 are the kind that will sell high. Will stand at the low fee of 53 Sired by J. K. Baughman's 2nd Napoleon, 1st dam by Sena tor Beck, he by Old Prince, owned by Stigall. Prince was mxLI i Ulif, r JO i jwtrrjt Uj Jr 1 .71 shown all over this state and 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 C1T 1 Highest priced and undefeated two year old. Kentucky's Champion saddle stallian at a three year old, A sweepstake winnerjat 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 Office at Logan's Stable. Will make the season of 1911 at my Telephone :u and isi. DAXVILLE. KY. place, 2 miles east of Paint Lick, on Paint Lick pike. Crestiand is by Rex Peavine 1796 Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam Pow ell's Drenon;;he by Brinker's Drenon 1600. Will Serve Mares at Dr. J. B. Kinnairil, Physican and Surgeon $30.00 TO INSURE A LIYE COLT. I - $25.00 To Insure a foiving Colt 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 53 53 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 $G.OO to insure. I at A. T. O. HILL, Phone 138-g- - W. O. Walker, Stanford, Ky. (Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Hores Futurity Stake.) . Buckeye, Ky. s$sg5s5ssssssi:?i:5'i:'i:ssl aC6333333C853?C83C833a3332QO Mares sold, traded, or bred to any other horse without consent, the money Call and see us for a good will be claimed for service rendered by our horse. Mares kept at lOcts per day Hair Cut and Clean Shave. on grass, but not responsible for acciyearling harness mare of Kentucky, dents or escapes. A lien retained on The Only Two White Barhers In Town. Bohemian Princess, also the Bohemian colts for the season money. See the tall sign, North side of Girl, the only mare that defeated Bo- Public Square. hemian Princess in 1910. He sired the winners of every colt stake South of M. the Kentucky river in 1910. He sired the record price, yearling saddle mare Phone 42-- 5 Rings, P. L. Exchange. who sold for $1,100, and many other sucklings bringing from $500 to $750. -KENTUCKY. PAINT LICK. If you would make the business LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. profitable, breed horses of size; there is 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 Office over Police Court. Phone 194. ALLEN S. EDELEN, BURGIN, KY. Office Danville street. Residence Phone 9. Office Phone 89 WCFitzpatrick HOUSE. i .V J. E. Robinson, NM 45006, By Naboth 10116, King Squirrel. plantation, walking saddle stallion, will make the season of 1911 at my barn 2J miles South of Paint Lick on Richmond and Lancaster turnpike i mile from Manse at Old MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St-cp! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? Mr 0) By Walsingham by George Wilkes. Baugh-ma- n Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co -- $10.00 To Insure h fcive 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-bottoKing Squirrel was sired by Black Squirrel, Jr., He by Black Squirrel, 58, bred by J. C. Graves, of Woodford Co. Black Squirrel was sired by Black Eagle, 74, he by King Williams, he by Washington Denmark, he by Gaines Denmark. He has proven to be a sure foal getter and Jiis colts have good size and style are natural walkers and good drivers. Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE 1--7 lii v MAMMOTH KING N O. 1894 foal-getter Black Jack, with white points, full 16 hands, will make the season at the same place at TEN DOLLARS to insure live colt. He has proven a sure and fine breeder. Seven of his colts, all foaled (so far) this springy 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 per month. Money due when mares are parted with or bred to other stock. Lien retained on colts for service fee in all cases. Care taken to prevent accidents or escape; but not responsible should any occur. BURDETT RAMSEY, " " Paint LickVKy.T Phone in Residence- 5-- "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Made to Wear" FOR SALE BY ill M IS llil II v lIFilll Wm Bin III !SS Beau Naboth's dam, Nora by Norval 5335, by Electioneer 25; 2nd dam Lela J., by Metopolitan Phone 340. 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 fc. W. jVIgr. Oliver (thoroughbred); 5th dam by Wagner; 6th dam by Imp. Tranby; 7th Office Hoars Office over dam by Thornton's Rattler. 8 a. m to 12. 1 p. m. to 4. Stonnes Drag Store. Beau Naboth is a handsome bay, . IE 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 Phone 65. the 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 Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Men's Garments. Faulkner, B. "Walto-r- Barber Shop parted with or bred elsewhere. office and will be glad to have my at- CONN BROTHERS. 1- J. M. PETTUS, . friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention - ' Stanford,Ky:- i JOHN DUNCAN. - , v.v . -