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On the notorious SecThe Editor has just purchased a ond street" Kid McRoberts shot and small Hupmobile, and will call at eyery killed Burl Bradshaw, both colored. Teis is the sixth killing in Boyle store in the county once a month. county within the last six months. Please save us your job work. They are needing to send a few to the Preaching Services. electric chair from Boyle county, which would probably teach them to Services 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Lancaster Methodist Church morning place a higher value on human life. old enemy." Hot Hack to Danville. X NUMBER . PJ72E RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. v TWENTY SECOND .YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1911 &g&SZ I J You can see the latest and best and hear good music at the new " CJpera House. pic-lur- es Bloody Boyle. WE HAVE A FEW Buggies & Surries that we will make a special price on, as we do not want g Lancaster Loses Again. The Stanford High School base ball team came over Tuesday and beat our boys again, notwithstanding the fact that Edwards and Broaddus were down from Richmond as the home battery. The score was G to 4 in favor of Stan ford. At the score was 4 to 2 in favor of Lancaster, but they could. not hold their lead. The feature of the game was a three bagger by John Gill one-time X V"N7iv7"Nv?Y5"' 4 - - Jv'fvVH"KH iWx iKiii& 2SS;-'s?V,i,?- Is? I Brown n 1 faiv and Kinnaiid. Sample Of Extravagance. Weather. The weather for the past ten days has been hovering in the vicinity of ninety degrees, the hottest May weather within the ken of the oldest inhabitant. But for the relief experienced by showers on 20th and 21st vegetation and growing crops would have suffered from the severe heat and drought. Something New In Jonrnalism. Seven thousand five hundred dollars! This was the- - amount of the public's money expended to refurnish the offices of Postmaster Genedal Hitchcock under the Taft policy of economy. Asked to cite a to this extravagance. Mr. Hitchan accommodation to those who "desire cock's representative said this amount to go or send packages to or from Dan- was nothing to what the Equitable ville and he should be liberally Life .Insurance company and other Wall street firms expend. "cut-to-the-quic- k'' Jim Hatcher is running his stage to Danville on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday of each week for the purpose of carrying passengers and express. He leaves Lancaster at 7:45 in the morning and returns at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. This is qnite Brimly Leveriess I 1 1 t3 par-rall- el Cultivators Genuine Malta Double Shovel Plows and Points. to move them to our new location (Mason Hotel.) Now is the time to get bar gains in BUGGIES. All this work is GUARANTEED. 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. whp has been mysteriously missing from Louisville, Ky. for several weeks lias arrived in Portland and is with him. The letter further states that the young man's mind seems to be slightly unbalanced. Grover McKechnie,. another brother will leave at once for Some Poultry. Portland to bring his brother home, H. B. Northcott the produce man and is to be hoped that he will soon rehas shipped during the month of May cover from his unfortunate condition. four cars of poultry to Armour & Co. Pittsburg, Pa. The cars consisted "Billy Gooch" Sells' Farm. mostly of chickens and averaged The Record is informed that Mr. pounds net. And this is a dull Billy Gooch has sold his farm in the time for chickens too, so one may draw some idea of what the produce Point Leavell vicinity for 101.00 per We have not been able to business amounts to in this county in acre. learn to whom this place was sold, but the course of a year. it was to some party from one of the eastern Kentucky counties. The Gooch Goncluded His Duties. farm is a good one and in addition to On the 24th inst Mr. W. O. Rigney the fertility of the soil, has upon it went to Broadhead Ky. where he in- the finest never failing spring of water spected Broadhead Chapter U. D. Roy- in the county. al Arch Masons. This concluded Mr. We have not heard of Mr. Gooche's Rigney's duties as Inspector for this plans, but we are sure he will remain district, a well deserved honor which in the county, and we hope will move was conferred upon him by High into Lancaster. Priest Harry Bailey of Cynthiana, and which Mr. Rigney has performed in a Tarry Longer next Time. 17,-000 We are indebted to the Louisville Evening Post for copies of their "Boos- -' ters Edition" issued on the train during their recent excursion into this neck of the woods. This is an innovation in Journalism that is but in keeping with the push and progress of these Louisville business men. Young McKechnie Located. Negroes Convicted. Letters to relatives from Edward In the Lincoln .Circuit Court last McKechnie" from Portland Ore., state week Les Gregory, Bud Hawkins and that his brother Robert McKechnie Curley Johnson were found guilty in three cases each charging them with beating and robbing some white men who were on their way to Danville with their tobacco' crops last February. The negi-oewere given indeterminate sentences in each case which Judge Walker ruled should be successive and not concurrent, and which will aggregate each of the negroes twenty five years in the pen. s 8 ; S Good Fair. Bull Tongues and Blades. Every thing points to the fact that Lancaster is to haye a good fair this year. The promoters are busy each day and have about completed the catalogue and premium list. Every one should begin boosting right now and lets make this the best fair yet. Already the contracts have been let to the privilege men and par ticular pains were taken to see that only clean shows be allowed. Invite your friends to come to see you during the fair, July 26th., 27th., 'and 28tli. Good Man Announces. s Ir? w IDEM BROS. m himi. "Trrn it fffiriiniiTrmPB MEAT Having bought a bunch of fine In this issue of the Record ivvnnfl tVin nnnni-mnmnnX-- will be "Will TTrvn very creditable manner. CONN BROT Lancaster, Ky. CS3X33rS23: To Be Commended. m2&Zmpm&i23 The citizens of the community and the street committee are to be commended on the splenid condition in which they placed their premises and the streets in anticipation of the coming of the Booster's Club. Everything was as clean as a new pin . Now why not keep it that way, it will take very little extra care, and surely we should not have to be "expecting company to make us keep our premisus presentable. Fixing Streets. J ft BEAZL.EY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. The Garrard Milling Co. make and sell such good flour that the City of Lancaster has seen fit to make a good, street from depot St. down to the mill so that this prosperous firm's customers can have a good road. Mr. Horace K. Herndon is now interested in the mill as the and we may ad that he is well qualified to fill this position and will make many new book-keeper The visit of the "Booster's Club" to Lancaster was a case of "Off again, on again gone again Flanagan", and we scarcely had'time to say howdy do and good by. Now we had not planned that this should be a single handed affair, we are some boosters ourselves, and we have our own row to hoe, and we had prepared to tell Louisville our troubles, but it seems they were not in a receptive mood, for Joe Robinson had scarcely got wound up good, had .not finished with his preliminary re marks, .much less come to the vital point, before time was called on him. We hope next time that they will so arrange their itinei'ary as to give us more time. We fully expect before that time to have landed the thing which we now have specifically in mind but we are sure to want something else" by then, and we want time to tell them about it. Lancaster Girl To Wed. iam F. Klair of Lexington for the nomination for Railroad Commissioner for the second district. That Mr. Klair is held in high esteem by his own people is evidenced by the fact that he has held many important offices in Fayette county and in his district, serving now as a member of the lower house of tho Kentucky General Assembly. Mr. Klair is a progressive and public spirited citizen, and if elected to the office to which he aspires, we have no doubt would discharge the duties pertaining to the office in a creditable manner. ftSTVUMKK 6attSe we will still be able to furnish the Meats. trade with First-Cla- ss Davidson & Walker. Tr9 W jmctji. """TfTTTWr'T lid TiTTBtTTf lrl" i" Phone 181. ry' Mt " HHMHMH "" LOOK! afof- - xooxxxxxx 00000;00QO00X I customers for them. A Sign of Thrift. V V I 'Mi1 More traveling men visit Lancaster than ever was known in its history, the middle of each week finding the hotels crowded to overflowing. Trav- eling men often wire ahead to have rooms reserved for them. ,A great number of these people spend several days here and canvass the entire county. This is a splendid sign of a thrifty condition of business affairs. Joe Miller To Marry. Friends and relatives of the groom have received invitations to the .marriage of Mr. Joseph J. Miller to Miss Christine Knoeckelman, which is to take place at St. John's church, Covington, Ky., at 8.30 o'clock A. M. June 14th. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller of this place and a brother of Mr. Leonard Miller of the Record .office. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Knoeckelman of Covington and is one of the most charm- are out announcing the marriage of Miss Louise Kauffman of this city to Mr. John Shackelford of Columbus 0. The wedding to take place in the latter part at the Chris tian Church in this city. The bride-t- o be is one of Lancaster's most accomplished and popular young women. She is a daughter of Mrs. Emma Kauffman. For several years past Miss Kauffman has resided in St. Louis m Mo. where she has held a lucrative pos? ition, in the city schools. The groom is m one of the rising young architects of the country and has had charge of the building of sonje of the most pretentious buildings in this as well as other states. He at present has charge of the reconstruction.of .he Phoenix hotel in Lexington Ky. He is originally from 'Richmond Ky. where he is related to the prominent family of that Cards H JEFL Jul AD ! i of-Jun- e, FMM Sale Will Continue On & On until entire stock is sold. You can not ford to miss the Great Bargains we are si name. Surprised Their Friends. The marriage of Miss Letitia Brown and Mr. Jessie Franklin Cook, of Lexington, which took place at the Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. S. Baugh-main this city, yesterday afternoon, was a very great surprise to the many friends of this popular, couple, not only in Boyle, but in Lincoln and Garrard counties, where they are equally as well ktiown. The bride, as stated in last issue of The Messenger, was the guest of Mrs. Baughman, and her friends believed that she came to en In order to cut down my large stock of feringin n, I Dips, Harness & y ftp r ing members of Covington's younger set.,-Popular Couple Wed. Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Fur . X you can get some low down prices, for a short time. W. J. Romans, HELLO! JSTHAT Beazley . C& Haselden? YES. " Do you write Fire and Tornado IN- SURANCE? Pnone-o- r call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, .Ky. Miss Mae Broaddus and Dr Jonas S. Gilbert boarded the early morning train last Wednesday for Lexington, where at the study of Rev. Mark Col-lipastor of the Broadway Church they were united in matrimony, Rev. Colljs performing the ceremony. They left at once for Cincinnati from whence they will go east for a short tour. They will reach home next week and will make their home at Buckeye. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Jennie Broaddus of Buckeye, she is a young lady of education and refine-men- t and one of the most attractive young ladies of.the county. Dr. Gilbert came to this county from Shelby several years ago and engaged in" the practice of his'profossion, first in Lancaster with Dr. Burnett and afterwards at Buckeye, where he has built up a lucrative practice. He ranks among the leading physicians of .the county and is a clevergentleman and a good citizen. The- - Record extends hearty congratulations to the .young couple and wish them a happy- and prosperous future. s, - 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. J? joy the. Carnival, never supposing that she was so soon to become a bride. It develops that they were to have been married next month, but Mr. Cook came down from Lexington yesterday morning and they decided to spring this- - surprise. The b'ride is a very pretty and attractive young woman, the daughter of Mr. H. L. Brown, of Lexington. Mr, Cook is a prominent dealer in Jive stock, belonging to one of Lexington's largsst firms. They left at five o'clock, yesterday afternoon for an extended bridal tour Danville Messenger. The bride i s well known i n Lancaster, in fact she is a Garrard county girl, and one of her fairest daughters. Her mother was the daughter of the late Mr. Allen Beasley and a sister of Messrs W. S. and R" A. Beasley, who moved to Lexington. but-recentl- $20.00 Suits $11.58 to $13.58. Men's Shoes 98cts and up. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 98cts and and-$25.0- 0 . up.--" GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. TERMS STRICTLY GASH. LOG AN. Lancaster, Kentucky. "St yj " &; "V- '-- k' U jf The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Eutcrcrt at tlte hs Io-- t s- - Marriage Kept Secret. The home talent show given at the opera Tiouse last Friday evening was Mr. James B. Sanders, youngest son one of the best of its kind ever seen in of Mr. J. M. Sanders the merchant at Member Kentucky Press Association Lancaster. The splendid training of Marksbury, and Miss Suella Jones the and the participants in the play points to youngest daughter of Mr. W. Mc. Eighth District Publishers League. the ability of Miss Loubella Jolly who 1 had charge of the affairs and shows ' vUIe B ,e CQUnt haye 8Urpriged Lancaster, Ky., June 2, 1911. ner to oe a lauy or no mean aouity in their many friends in this county by her line. The affair had a splendid at- announcing that they were man and tendance and netted quite a neat sum wife. They drove to Danville on the Rates For Political Anriouncelnents WANTED a car load of . dry for both its promoters- - and the Ladies Hth day of last February, where they For Precinct and City Offices ....$ 5.00 BONES. Aid Society of the Christion church, were united in marriage by Rev. Cook, 10.00 For County Offices under whose auspices it was given. 15.00 pastor of the First Baptist Church of Just received a lot of good lime For State and District Offices .10 Danville. The young people were both which we will sell at a reasonable For Calls, per line Hunj Jury. . .10 former residents of the Hackley neigh- price. For Cards, per line The Lincoln Circuit Court is still in borhood of this county and were popuFor all publications in the intersession Last week the case of the Com- lar young society people. est of individuals or expresmonwealth of Kentucky, vs Humber per sion of individual views, B. NORTHCGTT, and Thomas, was tried" out and the re.10 Decision Affirmed. line sult was a hung jury. The Court .05 Obituaries, per line . The Court of Appeals last week af granted a change of venus and the firmed Judge L. L. Walker of the case will likely be tried again at the ANNOUNCEMENTS Boyle Circuit Court in the case of John June term of the Garrard Circuit Court. Yocum' s Jno Deere Disc and Shovel, The Brown and Olive Cultivators. Someadministrator versus the Queen Humber and Thomas were represented and Crescent Route. Yocum was killDemocratic Ticket. ' thing new in both Wood and Dain Mowers. Hay Tools of all kinds. by Hon. Jos. I. Hamilton, R. H. Fi ed by being shuck by a train while and Judge Peter McRoberls and FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. walking on the railroad tracks near Call and let us explain our different lines to you. the commonwealth was represented by town. Yocum was killed through his Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. Hon's Chqs A. Hardin, J. E. Robinson own carelessness, yet suit for damages and Courity Attorney Bill Bix-cof in the sum of $30,000 was filed against For The Legislature. Lincoln County. the Queen and Crescent Route. A. We are authorized to announce J. At first trial in 190S the plaintiff was Mr. S. G. Haselden Has Wrei ck. Doty as a candidate for the legislagiven a verdict for $9,900, which was ture, subject to the action of t e DemMr. S. G. Haselden and family left reversed by the Court of Anpeals. ocratic party. home Sunday morning in his big tour- The second trial, in September, resulting car for a two weeks trip to Michig- ed in a verdict for defendant. The lat- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. For The Legislature. an City Ind. and .Chicago. On Mon- ter decision has thus been upheld. day while motoring through Louisville Judge Walker is gradually becoming We are authorized to announce John for the money you owe Mr. Haselden had a collision with a noted as a judge whose decisions are M.Farra as a candidate for the Legislacar at the corner of Fourth and pretty apt to stand the test. Harrods-bur- g street and note how much ture, subject to the action of the DemWalnut streets which completely deLancaster, Ky. Herald. Phone 340. more respectfully your ocratic party. molished the auto. Mr. Haselden was creditors regard you. accompanied at the lime by a chaffeur The Street Fair. For County Judge. They like to do business from a local garage in Louisville who The tents of Adam's aggregation of with a man who has an was acting as his pilot, Mr. Haseleen We are authoiized to announce Clayattraction are spread upon the public i Sin i was thrown twenty feet and consideraccount at the Garrard square this week and taking every thing ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun?JUfi able bruised and the chaffeur was also Bank and Trust Co. ty Judge of Garrard County subject to into consideration, are attracting good bruised to some extent, but both mirac- crowds. He has several good attract ed. They know he is do the action of the democratic party. idid individuality. Royal blood r Our Schools are far above the aver- ulously escaped serious injury. ions, ana an are anove tne average Fall I, J gilts for sale. ing business in a business-lik- e age, especially is this a fact as regards wav. Eetter open such an usually, carried by street fairs. The For Sheriff. Crops Not Damaged. J. F. ROBL ON. Lancaster, Ky. the Lancaster Graded School, and with people connected with the carnival account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow. We are authorized to announce C. A. the means at their command they are The unusually hot weather during company are quiet and orderly, and Robinson as a candidate for SherifF of constantly adding to and improving it, the Month of May, together with the there is nothing objectionable to be Garrard County, subject to "the action so that as the years roll on we nfay accompanying drought has done some s?en either among the outside attractip jint to it with more and more pride. it' j (f vVi of the Democratic party. damage in this county, though not as ons or within the tents. The Ferris EIES'aESaaEEE As for our resources, they are prac- much as is reported from other sec- Wheel, the the Hiptically unlimited, first we have a soil tions. Grass is injured to some extent podrome and the Plantations shows For Assessor. whose fertility is second to none in as has also the oat crop, in some in- seem to be the leaeing attraction, -- 3'-iron We are authorized to announce Dave this or any other state, capable of pro- stances tobacco beds have suffered to while the High Diver, the free attractiIff C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor ducing a greater multiplicity of pro- go ac extt nt and the farmers ha e been on, gathers every person v. ithin hearf'JoHuel Po'iiilry Raiders of Garrard county subject to the ac- ducts than almost any'knowivsoil. compelled to water them, Tobacco ing of the "spielers". They have a 3 nr xi r a tion of the democratic party. More and more attention is being plants are small and the farmers have good band of music with them, and the 5r given to the stock raising industry, and hardly started setting as yet, 'however musicians seem to never tiie of their For Magistrate. .s we are now shipping as many car loads when the plants are large enough the inshuments. r nrrrtT-- i ii of stock in the course of a year as our crop will be set in a hurry, as the maA street fair may not be of any specare authorized to announce neighboring counties. We. jority of our farmers prefer the use of ial benefit to a town, but if we must John N. White as a candidate for Our most crying needs are railroad the "setter", which they claim secures have one, it is a pleasure to know we :,oxn as c;oo Diarrhoea a.:d tl- z:o cruc, j o im. Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- facilities and a market for our products a beltei stand and also obviates the have secured in Adams, one of the best , . ujyanl. !t ' V KA.r um'ovra. :t.. ;ar: kw uwa :ir.r- rard county, subject to the action of and these matters are being pushed necessity of w.aiting for a rain to bring-abou-t on the road, and it is some compensar. rm 1 f ni!l. iWpru iIbw iLTUIs S1'J V.'iJ Coorit . Haii'jfciv-- j, Ky .M7 'Of. if-- A RwTrs the democratic party. with all energy, and within the course a season. tion to see the number of people who I don't think the height of misi:l efto be wholly fortune has ever been reached yet, of a short time we hope to see our in their enjoyment seem y lllS. Zl :;rjr.K.j L; ;. U-- u Cn,.:.'. r., Ky. ?.!;: ! Jc ! JI h:s. M Lots of Automobiles. For Railroad Commissioner. forts along these lines bear fruits. free from care, even if some of those although many of us have often Let us all take more seriously to to enjoy it most were loudest To9-R. E McROBERTS & SON. Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster probably has more auto- who seem Molly and heart these matters, consider the in their denunciation of it before its made a good try for it. We are authorized to announce Wm. mobiles than any town of her size in I staged this little scene for you, F. Klair as a candidate for Railroad general welfare from a personal stand- the state. She averages more than coming. dear reader, just to help you forget Commissioner of Second district, sub- point, and we are sure that the indivi- one machine to each one hundred of ject to the action of the Democratic dual efforts of each citizen will vork her fifteen hundred inhabitants. The your troubles by trading at the to the great advantage of the comMass Convention, June 12. 1911. Cash Store of R. S. Brown's machines run from the small two pasiisiit353yii munity in general, and through it to senger "Brush Electric" to the" big our own personal good. seven passenger "White Steamer", "Boosting." and not a machine of inferior make in The recent visit to Lancaster of that Gen Porfirio Diaz on.last Fiiday re- the. entire bunch. Aside from those in old inch worm Why inch along like organization of Louisville Business signed as President of the Republic of town there are as many.more owned in Men known as the "Booster's Club," Mexico, Ramon Corral the county. So common have they with antiquated hand spacing of an off shoot of the Commercial Club resigned at the. same time. President become that the old country horses should be snfficknt illustration of the Diaz will be succeeded 'by Francisca have ceased to pay them any attention, meaning of the word "boost." Webster De La Barra, ex ambassador to the and the good country house wife drives gives the definition of the word, "to United States, who will be provisional "Old Dobbin" to the country store or spot with single touch on right push up from below," and this is what President until after the regular elec- to town without any fear of his scaling these people were doing, and the ener- tion. Now that the great clamor at the machines. gy with which they were doing it which brought on a revolution, and should be snfficient incentive to make which was occasioned by the desire for Abcut Dog Tax. every knocker in Lancaster put away the resignation of President Diaz, has We hear considerable argument his hammer and go to boosting his had its desires rewarded, it remains to home town. Lancaster has great pos- be seen whether or not peace and about the taxes on dogs, .and for the EASY AND SAFE TO USE sibilities, what she needs is boosting. quitude will be restored in Mexico. benefit of those who are not informed If every citizen within the confines ol Gen. Diaz was elected president and we ofFer the following legal informaIN EXPENSIVE. Garrard county would go to pushing took the reins of government in Mexico tion in regard to the canines: his home county and town to the frout on Dec. 1st, 188-1- , the constitution of Each year every dog over four with as much vim and energy as this that country providing for consecutive months of age shall be listed for taxhV&M aggregation of business men were election of their president, he has been ation, the owner may fix any value he per saves from 10 puseing Louisville, the county of Gar- elected every four years since that may desire on the dog when listing, OH ALL LIVE STOCK. rard and her county seat would soon time, entering upon his ninth term of the dog when listed and the tax paid the work labor according bring themselves prominently to the office on Dec. 1st 1908. thereon becomes personal property in DiSSMFSCTS. notice of the outside world. President Diaz has done much for every sense of the word; dog tax is due GLSANSE8. be done. Ben Bruner hit the key note when he Mexico in the way of furthering her and collectible same as other taxes; PURIFIES. along the Metropolis and advancement and has'long been consid- ownei'S of dogs are liable for damage said "help ex- ered a wise man, and held the respact done by said dog when off his own you help along yourself, " that-i- s It tes so many us63 that It Is actly the idea, help along Garrard of his people, but there seems to have premises; "if when listing said dog, a a necessity on 'every farm. We guarantee county and Lancaster, and good to been a revulsion of feeling which cul- value on the dog, the owner satisfaction. yourself will naturally follow. Speak minated in his resignation. may recover exemplary damages from CURES MANGE, SCAB, RINGWORM, SCRATCHES a good word for your home county and any person who shall kill the dog or town everywhere you go. Not only do entice hirn away from his premises for Justice Sohn M. Harlan of the Germs De stroys All Di: purpose of killing him contrary to this, but keep your interests at home. States Supreme Court, a Kentuck- - the If you live in a remote part of the ian, and one to be proud of, although law; in the event you own a dog and DRIVES AWAY FLIES county and it is eloser to a banking infail or refuse to list with the Assessor i KEHK43ra&:3PtX3?!A pa3t seventy years of age filed a disJOS 3AXE BX stitution in some other county, do not senting opinion for taxation, you are liable to a fine of BPffafwh iTiTlii rtti TrTyiflfftJ from his brother jur- ?1U; take your account there, put it in youi event you keep or harbor a " ' ists in the Standard Oil case, which dog in the . R. E. upon your premises and fail to or home bank. You are a taxpayer here, showd that the space of years had. nb (Jncorpgrotcd) the county's interest is your interest, refuse to pay the tax thereon, you are McRoberts & Son. effect upon his wonderfully brilliant liable to fine GQk39SI a welfare is your welfare, with her mind, of $25. and upon .conher sme-mt-i Judge Harlan takes his SEND FOR TREE BOOKLETS viction the judgment may provide for you rise, and with her you must fall; n czzm Louisville, Ky. Ktmwzma ciates to task for what he the killing of the said dog and the BBzaammasma HMfcra FtiaH then put your shoulder to the wheel in terms the modification of the decision judgment may be carried out by her behalf. Now do not say "my lit- of the the lower courts, and say that while Sheriff or any other peace officer Any tle mite does not amount to anything", the greater company is dissolved, yet it does, every Itttle bit helps, and it is the decision gives to the several sub- person may. kill a mad dog, or one af fected with "rabies." many people having this same thought sidiary companies the 'right to join in The fact that some other .person has that detracts from the welfare of the che restrain of trade among the states, and failed to list or pay tax on a dog neithcounty, if every person would think provided the restraint be" not "undue." er effects or exonerates you from paydirectly the opposite about this quesment of tax on your dog. If you own you would soon see whether or tion, A greater part of New York's a aog ana vaiue mm, wnicn most peonot it amounted to anything. A great draw uack to any cqmmum- - "Coney Island" burned last Sunday ple do, be the dog ever so sorry, the Building Material. down the throat of a 'hrapey" ty is that of people who live in it, who entailing a loss of $3,000,000. A num- proper course for you to pursue is to chicken destroys the 'worms subsist from it, who either earn their ber of the animal trainers showed pay your tax on him, both county and and saves the chick's Hfe. A few.drops In the drinktac vater livelihood in it, or live at the expense themselves to be heroes in quieting the city, for the same law applies to city of their parents, or some other liberal wild animals amid the f fames, herding as well as to county taxes, then vou GURES and hearted person in it, continually say- them info a chute and driving'them. to are entitled to the same protection for PREVENTS GAPES ing "this is the poorest town in the places of safety, and when they saw your dog that you are for any other white diarrhoea and other chick country, I wish I was away from, here." that they would not be able to save personal property. diseases. and An officer in order to be enabled to is no room in a progressive them all they went among them and There One 50c Bottle of locality for this class of drones, the shot them to death, both for humanity's kill your dog, must go throuch the ' world is wide, surely one may live sake and to prevent their escaping and necessary legal proceeding, and thi will occasion you considerable cost as where one chooses and we see no rea- doing damage to the assembled Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine., James B. Williams, Sec, George Moran, Pres. well as trouble, so it is infinitely bet- son why, if a person does not like the Every poultry raiser should keep a tmttle ol r Ask for free booklet on this medicine ter to pay your dog tax in the begin- community in which they live, that Diseases of Fowls." " Mrs. Francis E. Beauchamp is au- aing and avoid' all trouble and controPhone 26. they should not move away. They are -. ...;' Lancaster, Kentucky. r R. . . not only a draw back to themselves, thority for the statement that the Pro- - versy in the premises. Oilice In Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. " but their complaints are by no means sweet music to the ears of those good citizens who are striving continually for the upbuilding of the community in which they live. Lancaster and Garrard county are making rapid strides, and with the amount of energy being exercised aided by a little assistance from the outside world, just such as we hope to .secure from our recent visitors, and from like organization in difTeient towns, we see no reason why in the near future we should not have one of the most thriving and prosperous communities in the state of Kentucky. But this will take boosting, every shingle knocked off a roof lets in that much more rain, and our domicile is still in a leaky condition and can ill afTord to bear the loss of a single shingle. The Garrard County Development Association is by no means a dead one, and we hope that the recent visit of a real live commercial organization will thoroughly rejuvenate them, will urge them to place on foot other improvements for our county, will stimulate them to reach out after additional industries, to seek further fields for the sale of our products and to be ever on the alert for any and all things that will tend to make Garrard a better and more progressive county. Since the adoption of their slogan, we have carried it at our mast head, and we shall continue to do so. Not only this, we believe in it, we believe this really is "The Land Of Now", and that in this Land of Now there are great possibilities, possibly dot mant at present, but nevertheless they are there, and in due course of time, and with unceasing boosting they will be developed and the outside world will become cognizant of their existence, and will come with their means to our assistance, and that ultimately, we will rank among the foremost counties in the state. Our roads are about on a par with the roads in adjoining counties, we have many miles of excellent turnpikes constantly being added to and improv- hibition party in Kentucky will nomBuys Monument. inate a full state ticket for the Messrs R. L. and W. B. Burton purand that they will wage a' chased a fine new monument from vigorous campaign for the election of Harris and Wheeler of Nicholasville to their nominees. be placed at the grave of their Father Mr. W. A. Burton. Koine Talent Show a Success. Novem-ber'election HENS Sets. The Great Disc Cultivator. -- Roosters 4 to 4icts. Ducks 7cts, Eggs, 9 to lOcts. ' Turkeys 7 to Sets. Coal from O to 13cts in yard, lc more del. -- t nil u - SmmJm l DEPOT STREET. --Tom-linson -- m h Don't Repaper this J. season. Have your R. MOUNT, SON Draw a Check C& CO; Paper Cleaned. J. J. Faulkner. -- Oakdale Herd of The.Garrard Bank &Trust Company. - Merry-Go-Roun- d, -- "J 'j$ Jtfc V BETSY'S POINTERS . Y1 - ..-- t! !?- -. --- r -- -: I G up-to-da- te. an vice-Preside- nt the that typewriter carriage when you. can go a to the a column selector key of the Model 10 Kfia emin gzon It to 20 to Visibl e V cent of to ed your 1 1 Remington Typewriter Company, s im&gmmmffi asso-severe- ly -- MASON'S " 4 S5E8iP ONE r"- B- DROP Lancaster Colored Fair AUGUST llth and 12th, 1911. BourbonPouItry Cure J. J J Mount, Son &Co. lj --:- p . d -- ru --- , I . y y-r V" ,' r- - if -- - -- 5 '!? fij? '" USEFSSES. X A Ladies' Nice Embroidery Trimmed Corset Covers, CASH 1 DpCG JLCJLJLj3 VALUES IN J & H Remnants of Matting worth 25 "and 30cts per and Drawers at 19cts each. J" 1" 0 ffIB "1 I ,1 if t? ft atas a 8 BUSB y a n I? 5 U" e& y ft I KB W Hit A4 yard at 1 oCtS. $1.00 tji a H H oris : ! A Few Wash Suits Left at $2.98; A New Shipment of Wide Embroidery Flouncings m attractive Patterns at 98ctS. Bands to Match. Ranging from Fashionable Tailored Silks, Quality at 79cts. for 98 cts to Ladies' Colored Silk Hose; 50c Quality, going 39ClS. i r v f- The fc&$&fi&-c"' Bring Your Plans IK. ' & Joseph JEmi!37mSS2i sggssskaavMkgr J. Raymond Ilaselden made a business stay of several days in Iluston-villA Dreadful Wound e. Comp any. bt wlariLjBrmkjKmrMB,&Larw&ajmmrw&j&rEMbT?&jm&mj&TB&JBrw& ""' !&i!R!g!l&&SixPV&?, " I i I if if Gossip 'About 'copier HERE - vvv and have us help you figuie on. the lumber you'll need: We'll figure closely too for we know our Lumber and 8 fi A- Brief" Mention of the Coinings and Goings Ly Those Wi Arc Interested In. -- '! Ai-nol- d how well it works up without waste. And when you use our lumber you will have ajjuilding that is up to'stay without repair bills for years to come. help you figure? Isn't that a good enough reason to have us Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley visited relatives in Stanford Saturday. Miss Jennie of St. Louis i here visiting relatives and friends, H. Clay Hamilton wife and daughter were visitors in Danville Thursday. Charles Powell of Richmomd is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Parker. Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ross of Kirksville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear. . Miss Birdie McClure of Stanford is visiting her cousin Miss Mamie Bastin. Mrs. Willian Lear and Miss Bessie Gulley were visitors in. Danville Tuesday. Mrs. Rufas Blakcman of Kirksville was the guest of friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Long of Kirksville were Miss Minnie Brown's guests Sunday. Mrs. W. K. Warner of Stanford is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. Rev. Jones of Stanford was the guest of Rev-- and Mrs, 0. P. Bush Saturday. from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail, fireworks, oc of any other nature, deMr. W. G. Kemper the popular cash- mands prompt treatment with Bncklen's ier of the Paint Lick Bank was in town Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or Monday. gangrene. Its the quickest, surest Miss Sue Shelby Mason is visiting healer for all such woundo as also for Miss Willie Benton Logsden, of Junc- Burns, Boils, Sores, Skin Eruptions, Eczema, Chapped Hands, Corns or tion City. Piles. 23c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Logan Hubble was in Lexington for the Commencement exercises at Ham1-- m ilton College. Mesdames UNION. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg vrz: Co. tSS8gfeg. rBrgiHEmS-rBfiaaffBL ilMlMilMdMlMlIS to Our ICE CREAM DEPARTMENT opened I FRIDAY, APRIL 21st Ul!lfcr in PES f i We have increased our capacity to 150 gallons per day, and 5 s g s are better prepared than, ever to supply you with QUALITY ICE CREAM. 1 is v Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. Cleveland Rose of Richmond is with her mother Mrs. Belle Perkins for a visit. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexington was a recent visitor of Lancaster relatives. Miss Mary D. McRoberts of Stanford is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Denman of Nicholasville are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex West. R. H. Batson and little daughtcr Cecil are in Brodhead visiting Mr. and Mrs. . Thomas Cherry. . Gus Dunn and Elijah Ford are at home after a students course at State College Lexington. Misses Mamie and Ethel Walters were in Lexington for Hamilton College WM!EMWMWMMMMM WMMMMMWMMMMM exercises the past week. Mrs Jack Adams has ben called to Mt. Vernon by the critical illness of her sister Mrs Willis Adams. Dr. and Mrs. Ramsey, of Chattanooga, Tenn, are visiting their son, Bert Ramsey, of Paint Lick. Allen D. Henry of Birmingham is here to spend his vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Solon B. Henry. Mesdames S. P. Grant of Danville and Mrs. John Montgomery of Sedalia Missouri are the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Ed Price. Misses Bessie and Eunice Prather left Sunday for an extended visit to friends and relatives in Bloomington and other Illinois cities. Mr. A. C. Miles, wife and daughter Agnes, attended the commencement exercises at Beaumont College, Har-rodsbu- I rg, I SuitH new today. For further detailed infortnalion apply to M Ky. A. Joplin Secretary of Kentucky State Sunday school was a guest Saturday and Sunday of Rev. and Mrs C. C. Brown. Dr. George Mr. and Mrs. John Boner and Miss Wadie Lee Maret have returned from a bridal tour East aud are' pleasantly located at Camp Nelson. Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, , THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Robert Smith and little sister Miss Annie May Smith of Birmingham are here for a visit to their grand parents Mr. and Mrs Solon B. Henry. E. Stormes has returned from several days stay in Lexington where she received the honor of being chosen as one of the Patronesses of the Phi Fraternity ball. Mrs. J. F. Robinson, Ass.'t Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, . John Mattie P. Frisbie and T. J. Price were in Danville visiting relaMrs. S. E. Hammack had a fine Jertives recently. sey cow to die Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Denny were Mr. John Tanksley is very low of guests at the Brown Cook nuptial in pneumonia at this writing. Danville on last Thursday. Annie Newland, of Silver Creek Mrs Wallace Gover of Crab Orchard, spent last week with friends here. , is here the guest of Miss Bettie Wal- Mrs. Bob Conn, of White Lick, was ' ker Burnside and attending the Street the guest of Mrs. John'Boain last week' Fair. Mrs. Eph Hammack went to RockMrs. David Jones and little daughter castle county last week for a short . Allene Brown Jones, of Kirksville are stay. . with Mrs-- Jones parents Mr., and Mrs. Aunt Jane Mcrrit a good old colored R. S. Brown, woman died last week and was buried Mesdames Mattie P Frisbie and John at Flat Woods. The little two year old daughter of M. Mount leave Saturday for Harrods-bui'- g Mr. Pointer received a painful burn to be interested guests at the U. about five weeks ago and is improving D. C. celebration. slowly. Mrs. William Bogle of New Orleans is expected Saturday for a Wash Those Pimples off. 5 protracted visit to her parents Mr. and Use D. D. D., that mild, soothing Mrs. W. H. Wherritt. wash, that recognized remedy for EcEditor Shellon Saufley and wife, ac- zema and all skin troubles. First companied by a party of Stanford peo- drops take away that awful burning ple, motored to Lancaster Tuesday itch, cleanse the skin wash away evening, to attend .the Street Fair. every pimple evsry impurity. NothNext Sunday will .be children's day ing like D. D. D. for the complexion. at the Christian church. There will be Get a 25c trial bottle today, worth a joint service of the Sunday School ten times its cost to have a bottle in the house. At any rrfte, drop in today and services beginning at 10:1,5 A. M. and investigate the merit of this Miss Katheryn Melvin of Crab wonderful prescription. For sale" by Orchard returned to her home last Sun- all druggist. day after a ten days stay with Misses Anna Mae and Cora Perkins and Miss PAINT LICK. Fannie Sutton at their respective homes. Mrs. A. B. Wynn afe visiting relatives in Harlan. The following ones from NicholasMiss Nancy Terry of Richmond spent ville enjoyed the hospitality at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Walker Sunday with home folks. Messers Kirt Park and Cobb of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stelle, Mrs. H. Bruce Taylor, Misses .Annie Steele Richmond were in our place last Sunday. Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor. Miss Alma Lear returned home last Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy of Wednesday from a visit to Memphis Bryantsville entertained a few friends on last Thursday evening in honor of Tennessee. Mrs. A. B. Estridge gave a dining Mr. and Mrs. Will Dickerson who are to locate in Somerset. After several last Friday in honor, of her guest Mrs-P. 'McWhorter. hours of social conversation delightful refreshments were served and a most Miss Dscia Metcalf entertained her enjoyable time was spent by! those friends Tuesday afternoon in honor of present. visitors from Berea. Mrs. KaufFman and children of LexMrs. 'Elizabeth Joseph went to Cinington are spending several days with cinnati this week where she was met and accompanied nome by her mother Mrs. Rodney Griggs. The Hyattsville Base Ball team and father, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fox of Eaton 0. Mr. and Mrs Fox have played our boys last Saturday, Paint made many visits to Lancaster to see Lick winning the game Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logston of Berea their daughter, during which they have made a.great number of friend' who visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. are always delighted to see the fine old George Trea'dway last week. couple. Misses Stella and Mollie McWhorter and Emma Estridge visited relatives The Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U. D. C. will meet Friday June at Berea Saturday and Sunday. Quite a number from here attended the second at the home of Misses Jane and Mary Doty to arrange floral des- - the dedication of the New Baptist church at Cartersville last Sunday. Rev. A. W, Crawford is conducting of the confederate dead. There will be i.o especial service but it is hoped a a weeks meeting of interesting services number will attend and pay this well at the Presdyterian church at Manse. deserved tribute to the memory of Jthe Dr. and Mrs. Ramsey of Chattasoldiers of the lost cause. nooga Tennessee have returned home Mrs. Alex West gave an elaborate 'after a visit to friends and relatives six o'clock dinner Wednesday to a num- hre. Miss Jennie Arnold of Benton Harber of guests; those out of town were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Knight and Mr. bor Michigan is expected this week for and Mrs. C. F.. Denman of Nicholas- - an extended' visit to Mrs. Burdett "ville and Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose of Ramsey. Bryantsville. A goodly number of Messers E. L Woods, Mit Ross and Lancastrians were also invitedvfor this A. B. Estridge returned Tuesday from repast. A well appointed course din- Crystol City Tetfas where each purner Was served and the table and the chased a.farm and are delighted with home were embellished with choice all the prospects of hat rapidly growcut flowers. ing place. " L. --- Judge Hughes viewing the Street Fair. (IfrllJlJrSiafiUiBJrJllrSffaiig. MjgMj'rlJliglifgflMl THE MORE YOU INVESTIGATE Oien Flour, the more you will be CONVINCED that you want to use it. Sold by all Grocers and gives Satisfaction to all who use it. OBtTSlu Milling Co. Lancaster, Kentucky. OlISrlilDrlliJ r'SIMirlarrgM:rSJJWIlfrlJlira r iMMMMMiaaia FIND Bank Stock For Sale. Five Shares in the Paint Lick Bank. This stock pays 12 per cent dividends a nMOMnjenAiaM m each year and puts aside nearly this Have a good time for one week at much to surplus fund each year. The bank has already a large surplus the street fair, beginning May 29th. and I am willing to sell for book value. Large crowds are attending the show I need the money and am offering a at the New Opera House. bargain. W. E. Sullivan, DeLand, Fla. Good music every day at the street fair in Lancaster, week of May 29th. J YOUU IT IN THIS COLUMN, j iiMmir on buggies and Prices are being cut away down low harness. W. J. Romans. Now is the time to 'buy a buggie and a set of harness cheap. W. J. Romans. Notice My business will be closed on Sunday, so do your, trading on Saturday night. J. N. Ross. Red Top For Sale Bay mare and filly colt, mare 10 years old, colt four weeks old. John Francis. It Buggies and Harness are going cheap 2t for a few days. W. J. Romans, 5--19 Asphalt "Automobile Tires. 2&x3-$11.3- Fine new independent make tires and tubes at most reasonable prices. 30x3-12.35, 0, 28x3J-14.0- 0 30x3J-$16.0- 0, 32x3J $17.20, 31x4-?21.5- 0, 34x4-$25.90, 34x3J-$17,7- 5, 32x4-522.7- 35x4-20,6- 5, 33x4-$23.5- 0, 0, 0. 0, 36x4-527.5- - Work JViH-Soo- n Start.' 34x4J-$30.2- 0, - Bowmar's Summer Tours. high-clas- 36x4J-$31.6- 0, 36x5-$35.1- factory Hoofing made today. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. after you take Dr. King's New Life BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C: Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M; Elliott, Directors. If Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their Miss Mattie Lee Hubble is at home fine results. Constipation and indigesfrom Hamilton College after a credit-- tion vanish and fine appetite . returns. 83 They regulate stomach, liver and bowj able year as a student being one of graduates. Miss Hubble was awarded els and impart new strength and en a handsome gold medal for the neat-- , ergy to the whole system. Try them. Only 25c atR. E.McRoberts & Son est work as a model housekeeper. I 1-- m Personally conducted; low inclusive s accomodations.-- Yelcost; lowstone Park and West, starting Monday, July 3; Niagra Falls, Toronto, etc, Tuesday, Aug. 1; Atlantic City, New York, etc., Aug. 17. Write Bowman's Tours, Versailles, Ky.", for folders giv. ing full details. Tubes about 30 percent lower than standard list prices. Terms C. 0. D. if 20 percent of amount accompanied order. 10 percent allowed if cash accompanies order. Money refunded if The Gey-e- r goods are Sales Co., Bimm .Bldg., Dayton, Ohio. ASK YOUR DEALER Haselden "Bros. u .- - c .V-- Jt5 NOTICE of all kinds and of the The Democratic voters of Garrard Complete Reliance. Old plantation, walking saddle stallion, will make the season of 1911 at my VC44 County are hereby notified that a Pritooo barn 2J miles South of Paint Lick on Richmond and Lancaster turnpike J mile mary Election will be held by order of Do you know how from Manse at Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed pace below this beading Is for tho exclu- the Democratic County Committee in To find quick relief from backache; sive use oT our farmer subscribers, and is for pursuance: to A fcive To the resolutions adopted A representative of our Company To correct distressing urinary ills; the sale of stock, grain and such things on will be at the Kehgarlan Hotel in Lan- King Squirrel is 10 year3 old, full 15 hauds 3 inches, jet black, fine saddle farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver- by the said Committee and under the To assist sick kidneys? I tise. No notice will be accepted over four Primary Election' law, in the following and harness horse, splendid style and action. There's one way your neighbors casier every county court uay. lines, and will be only in ,ro issues of the manner His 1st dam by Peavine; 2nd dam by Lexington; 3rd dam by Copper-bottoknow-H- ave Kkcokd, free of chatgo WHEELER, HARRIS First: A primary election will be King Squirrel was sired by Black Squirrel, Jr., He by Black Squirrel, used Doan's Kidney Pills; OTTTT T T IT EX7rrTTrT"V Nothing like skim milk for raising held in each and every voting precinct IVlill A J UIV1 58, bred by J. C. Graves, of Woodford Co. Black Squirrel was sired by Black TT..j proved their worth in many illUllUUnO n ;i throughout Garrard county Kentucky, Eagle, 74, he by King Williams, he by Washington Denmark, he by Gaines the pigs. tests. between the hours of six o'clock A. M. Denmark. He has proven to be a sure foal getter and his colts have good size Here's Lancaster testimony, Hogs are cleaning animals if given and 4 o'clock P. M., standard time on and style are natural walkers and good drivers. George Wright, Stanford St., a half chance. Saturday July 1, 1911, under and purcaster. Kv., says: . 1 nave MAMMOTH KING N 0. 1894 to the primary election law of Sweet potato plants for sale. I. C suant known of a better kidney remedy than Black Jack, with white points, full 16 hands, will make the season at the the Slate of Kentucky, and under and. Kidney Pills. Rucker Paint Ljck Ky. Last fall my live colt. He has proven a sure same place at TEN DOLLARS pursuant to the regulations adopted by Doan's back ached a great deal and my kidand fine breeder. Seven of his colls, all foaled (so far) this spring avMr. Robert Long sold to Fred Hamm the Democratic Couuty Committee as neys were badly disordered, .the kidney erage 42 7 inches. Let's hear from some Jack man to beat it. Will make two hound dogs price"$40.00 apiece. herein set out, for the purpose of nomisecretions being scanty and painful in contracts to serve Jennets. Mares or Jennets from a distance grazed at $2.00 nating a Democratic Candidate for passage. I fortunately had Doan's 20 acres of grass for rent or grazing. representative for Garrard County per month. Money due when mares, are parted with or bred to other stock. y Kidney Pills brought to my attention W. 0. Wearren; Teatersville Ky. prevent acLien retained on colts for service fee in all cases. Care taken to in the Geneial Assembly of KenT. ii.-i c..:i,:r. escape; but not responsible should any occur. cidents or tucky, to be voted for at the General E.1C. Be careful about feeding to much Store, I began their use. They reliev-- l BURDETT RAMSEY, new corn to the hogs. Mix it in gradu- State Election to be held in November ed me promptly and in return for the ' 1911. Phone in Residence. . Paint Lick. Ky. ally with the Told corn. benefit I received, I am willing "that my Write for free Catalogue. No AgtS. Second: In said Primary election, should be used in recommending , Let the hogs turn the wastes of the any known Democrat who is a legal name My advice to all sufferers from them. farm into meat and manure, and keep voter in the Precinct where he offers to & Sons. kidney trouble is to give Doan's Kid- surroundings sanitary. vote, on the day thereof, or who will ney Pills a trial." Lexington, Kentucky. be. a legal voter in said precinct at the For SalE A first class milk cow regular November election 1911 shall be UUCKKl'E. with young calf. entitled to vote. TOO MUCH LOVE R. S. Ison. Third: The officers required to hold A. C. Miles was in Nicholasville last Too much love for fun, frolic and H. N. Rankin, of Carlisle, has pur- said election shall be appointed by the week. rich food causes stomach, liver, kidDemocratic County Committee for Gar chased quite a number of mule colts Mesdame Robert Long and Printes ney and nervous troubles. Other l Let-tere- ? for fall delivery at an average price of rard County Ky., be divided Walker were in Lexington last week. remedies help you but DENN'S as possible as to Judas $105. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton visited SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures ges, clerks and Sheriffs, among the you. Our discoverer, ten years a One thoroughbred Hampshire boar various candidates, and where the can her sister Mrs. Jim Coy of Kirksviile. miserable sufferer with the. above left, that I will sell right. didates shall furnisli a list of names for Mrs. Wesley Walker and children troubles, and RHEUMATISM for was cured in one week. To S. H. Aldridge, election officers, as they are entitled were guests of Mr. and Mrs. EdArnoid years, our remedy, while they last, prove Thone 339 U. Hyattsvillc, Ky. to do by law, the said election officers recently. zegular size bottles only 25c at Invita- - When wood was used to so you shall be selected from said lists, and Miss Mamie Dickerson closed a sucStormes Drug Store. as fuel, good hog said lists shall be furnished by said cancessful term of school at Gunn's Chaphandlers wouldgive hogs a weekly feed days before el Friday. didates not less than of salt and ashes, great buckets of it, . the date of said primary election. The Cards aud Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles and daughusually as a Sunday tid bit, and the more election officers when appointed shall ter Agnes have returned from a visit charcoal it contained, the better it was. be notified by the secretary of the to relatives in Harrodsburg. The undersigned hereby give warnCounty Committee and requested to We For Sale. Master Wi'liam Dillon of Cotton-bur- g ing to all persons not to trangpass upon serve. Each candidate in said primary . . ling several days our lands for any purpose whatever as has been One new Bemis Tobacco Planter only election shall be entitled to a challen rI. C. Broaddus. with her aunt J' we will prosecute all offenders to fulused . one year, never set out as much ger and inspector, and tne same 6c Co., 4 lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and as ten acres, will sell at a bargain. person may act as both challenger and Fishermen especially take notice. J Apply to S. E. Owsley, Hubble, Ky. inspector, and the name of such Sqnire R Parsons JnoMFarra Most of the slop fed cattle in Ander- challenger o r inspector shall b e Gured by the Marvel of the Century, B. W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price son county have been sold. W. T. submitted to the said committee or for 30 Years. B. W A Price E F Herring Bond sold 800 head at $5.35; Lillard, the Chairman thereof and his apS L Rich. W S Embry Carpenter & Co., sold to Swift & Co., pointment certified by the said ChairAching bones, swollen joints perma- Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin at ?5,40; Hawkins Collins & Co., also man, and the certiflca e of the Chair nently cured through the blood with Dave Thompson J W Sweeney man of his selection shall entitle the sold at $5.40. pure Botanical ingredients. To prove Z T Rice Jas Sutton said challenger or inspector to admis it we will send you a SAMPLE Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels Mr. A. G. Jones, North Middleton sion to said voting Precincts. D B Anderson H C Arnold Ky., has purchased a two year old stalFourth: Said primary election shall TREATMENT FREE. H C Hamilton, If you have bone prans, sciatic or W G Anderson, lion, by Rex McDonald 833 and out of he held in all respects as required by G Y Conn shooting pains up and down he leg, L H Brown the show mare, Helen Walker, from 0. law for t e holding of primary elec T W Conn swolJ G Conn J. Mooers, of Columbia, Mo. Mr. tions, and a uniform ballot shall be aching back or shoulder blades, Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. M len joints or swollen muscles, difficulty J G Clark used in every precinct. The precinct Jones gave up $1,500 for this colt. SPECIAL EXCURSION Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett ballot boxes and all returns shall be in moving around so you have to use . W K Leavell At the sale of Shorthorns at the Elm- - made to the chairman of the County crutches; blood thin or skin pale; skin C G Gay John Boian Jendorf Farm, Lexington, Ky., forty- - Committee at the Court House in Lan- itches or burns; shifting pains; bad E Dunn E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath. five head averaged $267. The highest caster Kentucky within the time re breath: lumbago, gout, take Botanic price was brought by Nonpareil Beauty quired by law and on the next day Blood Balm (B. B. B.) which will re- Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan who sold-fo$G75. A large crowd at- thereafter the County Committee shall move every symptom, because B. B. J. W. Simpson tended the sale and the bidding was meet at the Court House and canvass B. sends a rjch, tingling flood of warm brisk. HARKSBUltl'. the returns and certifiy the name of rich pure blood direct to the paralized the successful candidate to the proper nerves, bones and joints, giving J. B. Haggin of Lexington Ky. warmth and strength just where it is Mr. B. F. Poindexter has returned bought of T. S. Cooper of Coppers- - officer to be placed under the Demo- needed, and in this way making a perRound Round from a visit to relatives at Burgin. cratic device of the Democratic party burg Pa. a fine Jersey Bull "Noble of Trip Trip fect lasting cure of Rheumatism in all Mrs. Mae Cable went to Danville Oaklands" for which he paid $15000.00. on the ballot at the general November its forms. B. B. B. has made thouslast week to attend commencement He also bought a Jersey cow "Lady election 1911. The precinct election officers shall ands of cures of rheumatism after all exercises. Viola" for which he paid $7000.00. SPECIAL TRAIN other medicines, liniments and doctors Charlie Poindexter is erecting a These are said to be the finest ones make returns to the Chairman of the have failed tohelp or cure. Druggists County Committee, the ballots. shall be wind mill for Yates Hudson also one livinsr. preserved in the boxes, which shall or by express, $1.00 per large bottle, for D. F. Rankins. John L. Dodge, one time president of be locked and one key kept by one with directions for home cure, Sample ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Misses Levy Dunn and Edna Berkle the Road Drivers' Association of New Judge and another key by another sent free by writing Blood Balm Co. , Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble went to Lancaster to hear the NatioYork, paid $5,000 a few days age for Judge, but in case the candidates shall nal Trouborours Friday evening. the two year old trotter Buck Leyburn, have furnished lists from which the and free medical advice given. Sold Miss Fan Oaks of Wayne county an'I by Crito Leyburn 2:162, out of Susie officers have been selected, the Judges bv F. P. Frisbie. the Misses Rankins of Hubble have May 2;21i, by Dignus rea smzx igya The colt is holding the keys must have been taken been visiting Mrs. D. F. Rankins. STONE. said to have shown a mile in 2:31 and from different lists. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Greening of Lexa quarter in 31J in his yearling form. Fifth: Any democrat who is legally Mrs. Joe Hicks was the guest of her ington have moved to the home of Mr. He was"purchased of Willa Vily, Lex- qualified to hold said office, desiring to ORGANIZED 1SS3. B. K. Swope where they will reside ington, Ky. become a candidate before said primary son, Tom Hicks L. L. Sanders and wife, of Crab until September. election, and to have his name printed Te All papers in the deal.involving the on the ballot for said election, shall on Orchard visited here last Sunday. Miss Zella Cowen of Monticello who sale of the famous Lexington trotting OF LANCASTER, KY. is the guest of her grand father Mr. or before 12 o'clock midnight of June C. 'S. Sanders and wife attended track, tne property of the Kentucky 15 1911, deposit'with the Chairman or preaching at Mt. Hebron Sunday. Perk Ingram Boyle county made a Trotting Horse Breeders Associa- Secretary CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS $30,000. of said Committee the sum Mr. and Mrs. C. M. MoBerley have short visit to Mrs. Morton Robinson tion, to Edward Tipton, New York of seventy five dollars for the purpose been visiting relatives in Lexington last week. W. P. CHAMP, Cashier. 1 firm of Fasig & Tipton, were sign-- , of defraying the expense of said primaed Friday. The deal involved eighty Several from Buckeye attended ry election, and such deposit shall, conr. 2 W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., A Last Resort. five thousand dollars, and Mr. Tippreaching at Scotts Fork last Sunday. stitute notice to the Committee of the Little Boy I want you to write me ton announced he will spend twenty-fiv- e The many friends of Mr. Walter Fain nn excuse for being late to school yesdesire of such candidate to have his thousand dollars on improvement on name printed on said are glad to know that he is able to be terday. Jeeler-E- h? ballot for said You nre not ray the-- track. The track is one mile son. Little Boy N-- but mamma says election.. In the event there is a sur- out once more. " around. Burnam West, of Lancaster, was the I had plenty of time to get to school, plus remaining from the amounts so J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs deposited, it shall be returned to the guest of Mr. Clyde Sanders last Satur- so I guess the clock you sold her Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. doesn't go right. A Charming Woman. said candidates, and in the event there day and Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Johnson Jr., of Lancaster, is one who is lovely in face, form, mind is a deficit, said candidates in said pri and temper. But its hard for a woman mary shall be assessed pro rata to spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Mary A. Sanders. to be charming without health. A make up said deficit. Sixth: In the event no more than sickly woman will be nervous weak, Mr. Angle Sanders and sister Peach-i- e and irritable. Constipation and kidney one candidate shall have qualified as May attended preaching at Mt. Hepoisons show in pimples, blotches, skin herein set out and made said deposit of bron last Sunday. eruptions and a wretched complexion. Seventy "five dollars within the. time Mr. Johq Fpthergill and family visitBut Electric Bitters always prove a required, then the said Committee ed his brother, Mr. Curt Fythergill and Women suffering from headgodsend to women who want health, shall meet and declare such candidate family last Sunday. ache, backache, pain inside, or to be the nominee of the Democratic beauty and friends. They regulate nervousness, or any other aliLa Rue Burnett the infant son of Stomach, Liver and Kidneys,, purify party for said office, and the amount ment resulting from female Mr and Mrs. Forest Curtis is very the blood; give strong nerves, bright so paid shall be returned to him. The sick trouble, should get Cardui and at this writing. eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety order on the ballot in which the names use it regularly. Cardui has Miss Linnie Preston accompanied by skin, lovely complexion and perfect of the candidates shall be printed shall been found, by thousands of be determined by lot, in the presence Mr. Ike Duncan were the guest of Mr. health. Try them. 50c at R. E. ladles, to relieve female weakof the candidate, at the time of such and Mrs. Tom Hicks last Saturday. .1-& Son. ness, by; restoring to health drawing of which time and place each Rev. Bell, of Lexington, will preach the weak womanly organs. of such .candidates shall be given at Scotts Fork Saturday night, Sunday Farm For Sale. reasonable notice to be present. and Sunday night. Let everyone come We will sell privately-50- 0 acres of Seventh: It.is ordered that notice of out and hear our new preacher. the best blue grass land in Garrard said primary election be posted and adMisses Leota Ray and Lilly Sutton, county belonging, to the estate of Wm.. vertised as required by law. of McCreary, attended preaching at A. Burton, deceased. Farm will eithBy order of the Democratic County Sunday and were the er be sold to one purchaser or we will Committee for Garrard County Ken- Scotts Fork last guests of Miss Peachie MaySanders. divide it to suit the purchaser in farms tucky, this the 20th day of May 1911. who taket Mrs. F. S. Mills, Murietta, of from 25 to500 acres. 400 acres of pride in the beauty tho home Wins Fight For Life. JAMES CLARK, Calif., tried Cardui and writes: this land will raise tobacco and all of it can work wonders with D. C. C. Chairman Prp-teis good land. It was a long and bloody battle for "I don't think anyone can life that was waged by James B. Mer--' It has five houses and six trood tobac E. B. Ray, Se'c'ty. recommend a medicine more co barns'on it. Well watered and fence A Copy Attest: shon, of Newark, N. J., of which he highly than I can Cardui. I in good condition. For further 'inforE. B--. Ray. Sec'ty Dem., Co., Com. writes: "I had lost much blood from had a mishap, followed by In lung hemorrhages, and was very weak mation, call or address, 1 positively flammation, and rundown. For eight months l.was R. L. or W. B. Burton. be Wanted Stock to graze by the unable to work. . Death seemed close Old floors can berefinished in Mahogany, Antique Oak or any color I would have died, had Ky. Lancaster, lieve month, on about 40 acres of good grass. on mv heels, when I began three weeks no matter what surface you have, if you work according to directions, It not been for Cardui. When ' G. , Gay, McCreary, Ky. ago, to use Dr. King's New Discovery. ' which are simple and easily followed. 1 began taking It. I could not But it has helped me greatly. It is stand on my feet After tak "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" is also used on all kinds of Furniture Notice. rlninor nil trinf vnn .olnim " Vnr otpaIt. 'I ing two bottles, I was cured, J and Woodwork in the home. This Finish does not fade and is absolutely ana I now weigh 165 pounds." All policyholders, in Garrard County, sore lungs, obstinate coughs, stubborn durable, and on this you may depend. Many of the ladies derive pleasure 1 ry uardul in the continental Insurance Co, will colds, hoarsness, la grippe, asthma, It will help you. in this work of beautifying their homes. "WHY PONT YOU?" Sold everywhere. please send all reports of loss and other hav fever or any throat or lung trouble ' FOR SALE BY its supreme. 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle business direct to me. B45 Kodak finishing. Bromide Enlarge - W- - S. Fish, Agent. : . . ments. Studio at Telephone. Office. . Stanford, Ky. & Son. , King Squirrel. $10.00 OF DEMOCRATIC ELECTION. PRIMARY PERFECT CONFIDENCE I I FARMER'S COLUMN I i Lancaster People Have Good Reason for Monuments BEST MATERIAL. I ,oooocoooooooooo 660 4oee6oe "1 .! &xxk 00 oooooooo J get Insure Colt. EXPERIENCE Is the best teacher, so come and the best SHAVE to be had at to-w- it: 5 A a V J.J-J- J. HENRY DUNCAN'S Bakbek Snoi'ON Richmond Street. We make a specialty of Honing Razors. J Fruit and Shade Trees Jersey Bull foal-gett- er 5-- Ken-tnck- 1 ti. riOSeS, HnUDarD, ! Strawberry Plants, Keniy Simpson 8842 Asparagus, BlackerSeason 191 i. ries; Raspberries, J. W. H. SWEENEY. J. TMSLEY, store. Are You Going To Marry? Are You Going Visiting?. Are You Going To Write If want us H.P.Hillenmeyer County Surveyor. PHO.N'E XO-- 3. Office over F. G. Hnrt's furniture Lancaster, Kentucky. Dr. R. L Pontius, Kentucky. and-shal- nearly-equall- y Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Olliice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. --- Lancaster, order engraved tions, Stationery. are agents for that famous engraving POSTED ZJ. r Glasaea Fitted, Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician house, Harcourt whose work is RHT B.-Tested IATISM first class and prices cheap. j M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. e CENTRAL RECORD. Phone 43. H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. Dentist. I Paint Lick, Kentucky. CINCINNATI ARID RETUI Sunday, June 4th- . D1L Wm. BURNETT r Phvslcan and Surgeon: Ofiiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone To. Ollice Phone C. $1.50 mrnrn J bin Mowers of QUALITY. I Leaves Junction City 5s56a.ni- Ware McRoberts. ? - -- Henry L. Casey, d.v.s. VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Imlntry Philippine Islauds. United States Army gLrwyjy-ff&HajgsrjnoariAr- ci fygy. -- Office Telephone 22 at Logan's Stable. and 422. DANVILLE. KY last-wee- I I Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street. Residence Phone 9. Oilice Phone 89 Call and see us for a good -- Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. Hair Cut and Clean Shave. The Only Two White Barbers In Tawn. See M-- the tall sign, Uorth side ot Public Square. . HOUSE. and COUNTY When Sick J. E. Robinson, LAWYER ATTOKNEY. Will Practice In all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Phone 194. Ollice over Police Court. Mc-Robe- rts m Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and ATen's -- Garments. fake Phone 340. Public Square. Second , hand clothes sold on commission. The Wif e or Husband h. .W. Faulkner, ftlgr. Office 8 of Hoars Office over m R.m to 12. lp.m. to 4. Stormes Drug Store "W-AXTER. "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" "The Made To Walk on Kind" 15. IF. " DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky, Phone 65. I have just opened up a new, clean Clinton B. Bastin, Barber "Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention Photographer. ( CONN BROTHERS. .- 1-- JOHN DUNCAN. i, r -. .5 ,. .f-r-- ff, ' 1. tZZ y r3 3