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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 9, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911060901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 9, 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. . t v. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. ? TWENTY SECOND YEAR. .LANCASTER KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911. Mrs. Patb'e Gill Sick. I NUMBER 9. &g&& wA WE HAVE A FEW Mrs. Pattie D. Gill suffered a slight cerebral hemorrhage on Monday, which for a time occasioned her family and host of friends considerable anxiety; however she rallied quickly and is reported as being able to be up, and her complete recovery is assured. Brown Manly and Buggies & Surries make a special that price on, as we do not want to moye them to our new location (Mason Hotel.) we will 1 Undergoes Operation. . Y .jMKTJ'I.lI ..l.7 v Mrs. L. M. Schoolfield of Forman Ark. underwent a serious operation at the Lancaster hospital on Tuesday morning, she stood the operation well and is progressing as well as could be expected. Mr. Schoolfield is at the bedside of his wife. Mrs. Schoolfield is a niece of Capt I. M. Myers who she was visiting when she was taken ill. Better Streets. The town is busy trying to make better streets for the people and in a short time we will have them all in good condition. The county is furnishing the machinery and at present Danville street is being fixed up. After this street is in good condition, the force will go to work on Richmond street and then on Lexington street and so on until the town has good streets all over it. Brimly Leverless Cultivators Genuine Malta Double Shovel Plows and Points. 6 Now is the time to get bar gains in BUGGIES. All this work is GUARANTEED. Come early, don't delay and let your neighbor It's Against The Law. that according to the Kentucky Statutes it is known It is not generally Hon. Ollie M. James. Will be in Lancaster, Friday June the 9th. and will speak a,t the Court House M. He is being greeted in every county in the state, where he goes to talk with the people about the nomination for United State Senator, with large enthusiastic crowds of democrats. Mr. James is one of the most entertaining stump speakers in the party. His record in Congress as represented from the First Congressional District, shows unceasing effot to bring into supremacy democratic ideals, and he is constantly working for the interest of the masses of the people. As a party worker, his services have been at the disposal of the organization for many years, and wherever he has been sent his power and brilliancy on the stump has left an enthusiastic and determined dem ocracy. Air. James is a democrat to the core, of the progressive type, and has supporting him in the contest for the democratic senatorial nomination both the young democracy and the progressive democracy of the State. He is now just in the full vigor of young manhood and is in every way fully equipped and prepared for a seat in United States Senate. He will receive a royal welcome from a large and admiring crowd of demo crats in Garrard County on Friday, who will hear him at the Court house and we think give him a large majority of the votes cast in the senatorial primary in this county on July the first. get the choice. They are going to sell. at 2 o'clock P. We can save you money if you will let us. a heavy fine to catch for the purpose of placing in a cage a mocking bird, or red bird. Many people have these woodland songsters in cages about thr house, and are not aware that the new laws of tne state forbid such being a captive. The statute, which is section 2946 reads as follows: "No person shall at any time catch, kill or pursue with such intent or have in possession after same has been caught or killed any thrush, mocking bird, meadow lark finch,, martin, swallow, woodpecker, tanger, catbird flicker, oriole, bluebird." There is a move through the state to stop the capture as well as killing of these birds. red-bird, Bull Tongues and Blades. HftSELDEN BROS. m& FIRST-CLAS- S mmmm MEAT Farm For Sale. We will sell privately 500 acres of the best blue grass land in Garrard county belonging to the estate of Wm. A. Burton, deceased. Farm will either be soldto one purchaser or we will divide it to suit the purchaser in farms of from 25 to, 500 acres. 400 acres of this land will raise tobacco and all of it is good land. It has five houses and six good tobac co barns on it. Well watered and fence in good condition. For further information, call or address, R. L. or W. B. Burton. Lancaster, Ky. Having bought a bunch of fine CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky. Young Cattle we will still be able to furnish the Meats. trade with First-Cla- ss You can see the latest and best pictures and hear good music at the new Opera House. The unusually hot weather during the month of May will cause an early harvest this year. Both rye and wheat are heading out and ripening rapidly and c&E&&t J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. the prospects are for harvest at least two weeks earlier than usual. Will Celebrate The Glorious 4th. Residence Phone LANCASTER, KY. The local lodge of Odd Fellows is pre paring to celebrate the 4th of July with a big old fashioned picnic at the Fair Grounds. A large number of invitations have been sent out, there will be a state meeting. basket dinner, band of music, red lemonade and abundance of oratory. Glad Twice. Improves His Property. Press Association Meeting. The annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association will be held this year at Cerulean Springs, June 19th to 23rd, and Editor John Lawrence of the Cadiz Record, who is on the ground, says it is to be the greatest meeting ever held by the press boys. They will all be there in full force with their wives, sweethearts and families and four days of solid enjoyment is in store for them. Cerulean Springs is on the Illinois Central Rail Road between Hopkins-vill- e and Princeton, and is one of the most picturesque spots in the state, and is an ideal place for the holding of the -- Davidson & Walker. Phone 181. LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! xoooooooo ooooooooocxxx In order to cut down my large stock of -- v Bin Harness k f ps you can get some low down prices, for a short ' time. W.. J. Romans, HELLO! IS THAT . The hearts of the majority of our people were made glad twice by the The old Cunningham property on Street Fair, once when it came and Depot street which was recently pur- again when it left. Large crowds atchased by Mr. Davis the butcher, has tended during the last three afternoons been moved back off the street, re- and evenings of its stay, but the man modeled, painted, an addition built and agement claim that they just about turned.into quite a nice residence, and broke even on their weeks stay here. is an ornament to that section of the Street Fairs are not to be desired town.' every year, but once in a great while they prove a source of pleasure and relaxation to the people of rural comTheTmurcury climbed up close to the munities where the opportunities for 100 mark Sunday arid notwithstanding seeing anything of the kind are few a good breeze was stirring the heat and far between, and we think that was almost unbearable. Did you ever Lancaster and Garrard county people notice how a glance at the thermom- enjoyed the last one to the fullest eter effects one, you may be perfectly Splendid order was preserved during comfortable and take a look at the the stay of the Carnival, only one armercury and if it should happen to register up in the warm region you rest being made during their stay, that will immediately begin perspiring, being a negro for disorderly conduct. looking for cooling drinks and com- The crowds while large were not boisterous and very little drunkenness plaining of the heat.. was observed: . The Carnival company was remarkGood Man Announces. . ably free from the tin horn gamblers In this issue of the paper will be and petty thieves which usually follow found the announcement of Mr. Ashby in the wake of circuses and Street Arnold for sheriff of Garrard county Fair companies. subject to the action of the democratic party. Mr. Arnold has long been a Improvement At Water Works. true and loyal democrat and has done The City Council has purchased a much for the success of democracy in car of fine white gravel and will imthis county. He is a young man and mediately tear out all of the old filler one that would do his duty if elected to of the water works filter and use this this office. He has many friends in gravel for filtering. all parts of the county, having lived There is an abundant supply of pure here all his life, who will push his canwater at the lake which will be amply didacy to the end. sufficient to carry us through the Summer, provided care is taken in using Don't Need Him Here. READ! DEI IKG :v; Hot-Wath- m BUSINESS 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 $11.58 to $13.58. Men's Shoes 98cts and up. ladies Shoes and Oxfords 98cts and up. GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Beazley 3& Haselden? and-Tornado Do you write Fir IN- U. S. Marshal Coleman of .Somerset is one of the best officers in the employ of Uncle Sam and is a terror to evil doors. At present Mr. Coleman is busying himself with assisting in clearing 'Danville of its illicit liquor vendors, antf-his making the path'of that class of. ''criminals one of thorns. We are glad to say that we are not in need of Mr. Coleman's services along that line in Lancaster, for the keepers of blind tigers are few and far between here, and even if one does spring into existence, he is not allowed to play his e SURANCE? YES. J Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. trade longfbefore he is spotted by vigilant officers and is soon landed the rock pile with a good.stiff fine sentence to teach him that thp wnv . rf the transgressor is hard. w the on and nf w it. The recent severely hot weather has cut down the supply considerably and as it is more than probable that we will not have any heavy rains now before Fall, at least not sufficient to increase the water supply, it would be well to exercise judgment in the use of the water. In sprinkling do not use more than is absolutely necessary, and domot waste the water in any other manner. It is far better to begin the exercise of proper care in this regardt now, than to be extravagant with it and then when the supply becomes diminished, hava to be cut off from water for other than strictly domestic purposes. With the exercise of proper judgement and with the supply now on hand it will not be neces- sary to' adopt such measures. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. Lancaster, Kentucky. LOGAN. ' ., .t W . - - "XT - 2- rws- JTTt' JV The Central Record habited by "a people who are anxious to see the extension built, looking forward eagerly to the time when they INCORPORATED. may have this means of marketing the $1.00 A YEAR. Issued Weekly. product of their farms, and also as a means of transportation for themselves GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. and their families to and from the metropolis of the Blue Grass, Lexington. Entered at the I'ot Ofllce in Lancaster, Kj, ' The Kentucky DistiUeries and WareSecond-ClasMall Matter. as I s examination to become a commisioned office because of the fact that the soldier was of Jewish parentage. Flower Mission. The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will observe Flower Mission day Saturday. T The members are requested to bring 1:30. house Co., which firm owns and oper- their flowers to head quarters by "Member Kentucky Press Association ates two of the largest plants in the p. m. t0;w. and m state at Hickman, Ky., on the route "M" ' i "7M ' j"fc 5 Bible School Convention. J sj gyWigg'.- Eighth District Publishers League.. proposed by us, would give to the prosThe Bible Schools of the Christian pective extension more freight in car Lancaster, Ky., June 9, 1911. loads than either the city of Har- church will hold their annual county rodsburg or Richmond. This freight is convention at the Sunday School Chap to JNicnoiasviiie ny el at Hyattsville on June 14th, BeginRates For Political Announcements now transported Company is anxious ning at 9:30 o'clock a: m. -a wagon and the ' S 5.00 zj For Precinct and City Offices l that the road be built as we suggest. Welcome Rain. 10.00 For County Offices As for the railroad connections to be " 4-- 15.00 For State and District Offices made, they are as good over this route Rain which will be worth thousands --. "&&&&? s. JZ 10 For Calls, per line as either of the other suggested; the of "dollars to the county fell Tuesday 10 For Cards, per line Traction Company .already has afternoon and evening. In the For all publications in the interand Hickman section of the with the Southern and by comest of individuals or expresing here they would make connection county it was the heaviest in months, sion of individual views, per with .the K. C. branch of the L & N and throughout the entire county it 10 line and also be within nine miles of Knox-vilt- e was sufficient to make a tobacco sea- hearts not from their 05 1911. Obituaries, per line branch of the L & N, which would son. er,' they labor from early dawn to late Second: In said Primary election, Seaafford them a direct outlet to the twilight to make a livlihood for the The Dain Verticle Lift Mowers; Something New. Rakes and Pollard Speaks. any known Democrat who is a legal families. ANNOUNCEMENTS board and the entire south. They are somewhat to be pitied as voter in the Precinct where he offers to Hay Tools of all kinds. Double Shovel Plows, Buggies, Wagons and This road will be built with an eye At the Baptist parsonage in LancasDemocratic Ticket. when there will be a ter, Ky., on the first of June the rites they are almost in the hands of the vote, on the day thereof, or who will for the future direct electric line from the great of matrimony were very quietly sol- trust, and have to sell and buy their be a legal voter in said precinct at the Cultivators. Hay Bailers and Gas Engine's. We can save you money FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Lakes to the Gulf, and this is the dir- emnized between Mr. Ben Pollard prices. Yet after all their ups and regular November election 1911 shall be Call and see us. Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. ect line as" well as the most plausible and Miss Minerva Speaks, Rev. O. P. downs they are said to be the most in- entitled to vote. Third: The officers required to hold dependent class of workmen, as they one. Nor is this all the advantages Bush officiating. said election shall be appointed by. the For The Legislature. The bride and groom were reared in are their own bosses, and live up to which we can offer, we have others which are now before the traction, this County but will make their home what the good book says: They make Democratic County Committee for GarWe are authorized to announce J. A. people, and which are far superior to in Illinois. To their future home they their living by the sweat of their brow. rard County Ky., and shall be divided Doty as a candidate for the Legisla- anything set forth in this article, and shall take the well wishes of their When the United States or Uncle Sam as nearly equally as possible as to Judture, subject to the action of the Dem- far excel anything which could possib- many friends. wants a good, pure young man, he ges, clerks and Sheriffs, among the Hp. iMnlMfr5flfmfMfEllrrglBrHL ocratic party. ly be affered by any other route, but prefers one from a rural district, for a various candidates, and where the canProhibitionists Nominate Ticket. which we are not at liberty to state "at soldier as he is apt to be temperate and didates shall furnisn a list of names for lil! THE MORE YOU INVESTIGATE election officers, as they are entitled The Legislature. For the present time. The Prohibition convention in Lex- have good habits. Country boys have Mr. Stephenson advances the beautinot been demoralized by living in an to do by law, the said election officers We are authorized to announce John ful scenery about Brooklyn bridge as ington nominated the following candi- immoral city. shall be selected from said lists, and offices. M.Farra as a candidate for the Legisla- one potent reason why the line should dates for state Everything that grows that is bred said lists shall be furnished by said canGovernor, the Rev. J. D. Reed, days before ture, subject to the action of the Dem- come from Nicholasville through Merborn comes from God's footstool, or didates not less than Paintsville; Lieutenant Governor Prof. or ocratic party. We were the date of said primary election. The mother earth's bosom. cer, we do not think that this road M. T. Moore, Wilmore; Secretary of would be constructed as a scenic rail- State, C. A. Singer, Louisville; State placed here as Adam and Eve were in election officers when appointed shall For County Judge. way, but if the promoters should as- Auditor, H. T. D. Wright, Louisville; the garden of Eden, to be tried, and if be notified by the secretary of the sume that view point; we are of the State Treasurer, W. M. Lowen, Frank- we live up to the commandments then County Committee and requested to the more you will be CONVINCED that you We are authorized to announce Clay- opinion we will be rewarded for our good works serve. Each candidate in said primary that no more beautiful scenery to a challenton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun-t- v may be found along the Kentucky river fort; Superintendent of Public Instruc- and behavior in the upper kingdom. election shall be want to use it. Sold by all Grocers Judee of Garrard County subject to than along the turnpike which skirts tion, J. M." Guilliams, Louisville; Comand the same ger and inspect missioner of Agriculture, A. W. Carthe action of the democratic party. Loth challenger and person may act Work Will Soon Start. the cliffs in the vicinity of Hickman. penter, Moreland. a..-- l and gives Satisfaction to all the name of such As for Mr. Stephenson's theoryas to you take Dr. King's New Life inspector, after For Sheriff. challenger o i inspector shall b e the Brooklyn bridge being utilized for Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their A Peculiar Incident. who use it. said committee or the traction line, with all due deference fine results. Constipation and indiges- submitted to the We are authorized to announce C. A. 'Squire Ray, a member of the Gar tion vanish and fine appetite returns. the Chairman thereof and his apto his views, we doubt very much if Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of be plausible, it takes a far more rard county Fiscal Court, tells the! They regula'te stomach, liver and bow- pointment certified by the said ChairGarrard County, subject to the action this substantial structure to support the Record that his son Dan Ray set a els and impart new strength and en- man, and the certiflca e of the Chairof the Democratic party. traffic of a railroad such as this 'line steel trap to catch rats which were in- ergy to the whole system. Try them. man of his selection shall entitle the said challenger or inspector to admiswould require, than it does to accomo- festing the premises. One morning Only 25c atR. E. McRoberts & Son For Assessor. upon going to examine his trap he dission to said voting Precincts. date the ordinary foot and horse pascovered to his surprise that he had Fourth: Said primary election shall We are authorized to announce Dave sengers, for which the Brooklyn bridge caught Lancaster, Kentucky. he held in all resnects as reauired by J? a rat by the tail and a frog by C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor was constructed. law for t'e holding of primary elecIn any event, were the road to take the leg both at the same fall of the IggJMJlJlJgriMsi MMJrlllJrWi'B:IliMMMfrlllJ:rl! of Garrard county subject to the actrap. tions, and a uniform ballot shall be the route suggested by Mr. Stephenson, tion of the democratic party. used in every precinct. The precinct it would be necessary to construct a A member of the Fiscal court is not ballot boxes and all returns shall be a person whose veracity can be doubtbridge over Dix river before they could For Sheriff. made to the chairman of the County get out of Harrodsburg, either to Dan- ed, and Squire Ray is above reproach Committee at the Court House in Lan in that particular and we are willing to We are authorized to announce ville or Lancaster. caster Kentucky within the time reproposed by Mr. Sul- accept thi3 incident without question, As for the route Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff quired by law and on the next day so far as we are personally concerned, of Garrard county, subject to the ac- livan, investigation already made shows but we very much fear there are some thereafter the County Committee shall that this would in volve the construction tion of the democratic party. people who will have be shown in remeet at the Court House and canvass of the most costly bridge over Kengard to the matter. the returns and certifiy the name of tucky river yet suggested, then after For Magistrate. the successful candidate to the proper leaving Richmond to get to Lancaster Give Him Your Subscription. officer to be placed under the Demo- George Moran, Pres. James B. Williams, Sec. We. are authorized to announce there would have to be constructed cratic device of the Democratic party The Record has secured the services John N. White as a candidate for bridges over both Silver Creek and on the ballot at the general November Lancaster, Kentucky. Gar- Paint Lick. After viewing the situa- of Mr. H. M. Keefers, a newspaper soMagistrate, in the first district of election 1911. county, subject to the action of tion from every point we feel confident licitor of experience, who will canvass rard The precinct election officers shall that when the promoters of the Traction the county and endeavor to increase the democratic party. make returns to the Chairman of the company together with their engineers the subscription list of this paper to County Committee, the ballots shall be come to look over the various routes the size of that of the Ceurier Journal. For Railroad Commissioner. preserved in the boxes, which shall suggested and proposed, which will be When the gentleman calls upon yon, if Man be locked and one key kept by one an early day, that they will find the you are not a subscriber to The Record, Wm. at We are authorized to announce Judge and another key by another route from Nicholasville to Lancaster your quickest method of getting rid of F. Klair as a candidate for Railroad and His Great Remedies. Judge, but in case the candidates shall far superior to any of the others, and him will be to allow him to take your Commissioner of Second district, .subhave furnished lists from which the that no very far distant time we ject to the action of the Democratic shall at the pleasure of having direct name and place it on our list. To The People of Garrard and Adjoining officers have been selected, the Judges have Now is the time to get the Record, Mass Convention, June 12. 1911. holding the keys must have been taken connection with Lexington by the near- the election is near at hand and we Counties. . from different lists. est and best possible route. propose to keep you posted on the poFifth: Any democrat who is legally I came to Kentucky about two and litical situation both at home and The Proposed Electric Line. qualified to hold said office, desiring to Only .a few more weeks left until the abroad. We are putting forth every one half years ago a total stranger and become a candidate before said primary Mr. Desha Breckinridge, who has great democratic primary; have you effort to get out a good paper and Garrard county was one of the first election, and to have his name printed been elected a director in the newly 1 1 made up your mind as to who you will your patronage will prove an encour counties I spent most of my time in. on the ballot for said election, shall on organized Electric company which is to My intention was to build up my buscast your vote for? If you have not agement. build, or not to build as the case may iness here on a firm foundation, gain- or before 12 o'clock midnight of June 1c then get busy at once and study the in be, the extension of the car line from Capt. ThomaS Helm Again On Duty. ing by fair and honest means the 15 1911, deposit with the Chairman or candidates and cast your vote for the Nicholasville, has received recently two accepted Secretary of said Committee the sum WANTED a car load of dry Capt. Thomas Helm of Danville who friendship of all people, you v best man. Of course there is no doubt laffvie n arvoH s ttia Tttsiaricori of seventy five dollars for the purpose I have never seen a woman with but that practically every man, woman was recently painfully injured by be me for what I professed to be, held of defraying the expense of said primaBONES. tension, which he published in full beauty and child in Garrard County are for ing caught between two cars in the Q out the hand of fellowship," gave me ry election, and such deposit sWa"yeon-stitut- e good sense but who had .with editorial comment in the Lexing enough to make herself highly Just received a lot of good lime McCreary for Governor, and the voters & C yards at that place, is again able encouragement and bade me welcome. notice to the Commitfee.orHhe ' ton Herald, of which paper he is the will prove this fact on July 1st Now to be on duty as an officer for the rail- I thank you for it. agreeable. If you wish to see faces which we will sell at a reasonable haye-- ' his able editor. Most my life has been spent in the desire of such candidate to remember that there are other offices road. On last Sunday he arrested two name printed on said ballot for said liyilL up Willi juy aim auuaiauuuii price. The letters were from able men. Hon and North Wefst on the wild plains as a they are very important ones J. A. Sullivan of Richmond and Hon. and that men should be selected to fill men, one white one colored, on a Cin- cow boy and all the time among the election. In the event there is a sur- just drop in among the customers good cinnati excursion train and turned them plus remaining .from the amounts so W. W. Stephenson of Harrodsburg. NORTQCOTT, them, so be on hand at the polls on over to officers at Lexington, charging American Indians and for nearly seven deposited, it shall be returned to the atR.S. BROWN'S GASH STORE, Each letter seeks to convince Mr. July 1st. and lets have a good clean them with abreach of the peace. The years I have been selling and adver- said candidates, and in the event there Ky. Lancaster, Breckinridge that a route through and will say I of candidates elected. alleged offense took place in Scott tising Indian remedies is a deficit, said candidates in said priMadison or Mercer county respectively set county and they will be taken to have certainly made a success and mary shall be assessed pro rata to would be infinitelv more nlausible than done it by treating everyone as I wish Mexico will have her presidential el Georgetown for "trial. the one we advocate. The gentlemen and naking my word my make up said deficit. This is the very kind of work that to be treated, Sixth: In the event no more than each seem to indicate in their letters ection some time in the near future and the campaign promises to be a has long been needed on Sunday ex- bond, my Indian remedies are and have one candidate shall have qualified as that Lancaster is the objective point of , always given perfect satisfaction, the extension, but they seek to show warm one- - Madero is in Mexico city, cursion trains, and a few men with the which is proven ay the sale of these herein set out and made said deposit of .t t, that it could be reached more cheaply , and General Reyes has been recalled nerve and determination of Thomas remedies getting greater all the time. Seventy five dollars within the time w Helm will soon break up the habit of a required, then the said Committee and more profitably to 'the promoters i 1Jom "rope ... assist in tne j j My mail order Business is getting to by coming through their county to get "snmenc 01 peace ana promises to oe a lot of rowdies riding these trains and ba enormous, both at this place and shall meet and declare such candidate formidable rival to Madero for the making life miserable for every peaceto be the nominee of the Democratic to Lancaster. highest office within the gift of the able citizen who chances to be aboard. our other offices ver the entire coun- party for said office, and the amount All right gentlemen we are not seek- try. I am now selling a 45 days treatThe so paid shall be returned to him. The A.1IZ. AlAUl TVW& ..w . people. put catholics .will in all prob- ment of my Indian Herbs for $1.00 and ability forth a candidate who will fish To Be Protected. order on the ballot in which the names do we obiect to vou and each of vou this is the great remedy that has causbe a strong factor in the race. The getting this road, but if there is any The following article from the Dan- ed so much notbnety over 23 states for of the candidates shall be printed shall SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. late president Diaz always strongly op- - ville Aduocate would indicate converging to be done, we want it to that the great relief obtained by sufferers be determined by lot, in the presence be FROM and not TO Lancaster. We posed the .catholic element, holding there is a move on foot to stop the in- of blood diseases, rheumatism, stom- of the candidate, at the time of such EASY AND SAFE TO USE have the advantage'in the matter in that their immense wealth and strength discriminate taking of fish from Dix ach troubles, kidney, liver and nervous drawing of which time and place each that "we saw it first," and we shall, was a menace to the country. River in every imaginable way. This diseases. This is natures own remedy of such candidates shall be given iwrYDrwciurbi lilfaArui'iwiir Lancaster, Ky. Phone 340. leave no stone unturned and spare no will indeed be a commendable under- and has proven its merits to the hun- reasonable notice to be present. ine uanai commission is preparing taking and one which Garrard county effort, when the proper time comes, to Seventh: It is ordered that notice of dreds who have tried it. 45 days treaconvince the promoters of the road, to fortify the big ditch against any fishermen will heartily endorse and said primary election be posted and adtment. 00. by law. that from Nicholasville to Lancaster possibly intrusion, either from crands render assistance. vertised MY COW BOY LINIMENT "There are still many people left in over the Lexington turnpike is THE in time of peace or from foreign coun By order of the Democratic County ON ALL LIVE STOCK. ONLY WAY, then if Mr. Sullivan for j tries in time 01 war. A small army these parts who can remember the is the same remedy as used in the Committee for Garrard County KenRichmond or Mr. Stephenson for Har- will be maintained, fortifications built time when they could seine a bucket of West by all ranchmen, cow boys, tucky, this the 20th day of May 1911. DISINFECTS. : rodsburg want the road extended to , and every possible precaution taken to minnows and hie themselves to either scout and Indians for all aches and JAMES CLARK, CLEANSES. thoir tnwnn., xuhv wp sVinll "lcmnre than t See that the big undertaking which Dix river or the Hanging Fork and in- pains, bruises, strains, burns, headC. C. PURIFIES. j Chairman glad to lend every ettort in our power cost the United States so much money, dulge in a day's sport that was sport; ache, toothache, ear ache, neurelgia W ha so many wes that K ! to assist them in securing, it from this comes to no harm after its completion. when, with very little exertion, they and rheumatic pains and a wonder for E. B. Ray, Sec'ty. down the throat ol a "eapey A Copy Attest: could string a dozen smallmputh black deafness. Price 25c per bottle. a BSMsslty off gvery item. point. chicken destroys the worms The case of Senator Lorimer will be bass weighing from two to four or five E. B. Ray. Sec'ty Dem., Co., Com. aad saves the chick's life. A As for the advantage to be derived SOAP CREAM few drops In the drinking "water CURES MANGE, SCAB, by the railroad people in choosing any reopened, and another investigation is pounds each in less time than it takes for all the people all the time. Once RINGWORM, SCRATCHES CURES and specific route, we are of the opinion to be made as to whether or not he now to get one "nibble," and this used always used. Price 10 cents, 3 Wanted Stock to graze by. the PREVENTS GAPES that we can offer them far more valu- -' secured his seat in the upper house by state of case is attributable to the fact cakes 25 cents. Ask your grocer for month, on about 40 acres of good grass. Destroys All Disease Germs white diarrhoea aad other chick that this was before the day of the Cream Soap. atile inducements than either of the unfair means. A subcommittee G. C. Gay, McCreary, Ky. diseases. gentlemen. ' sisting of four democratic and four re- dynamiter. And if the means are suggested by the My office and home is now at .LanFUE DRIVES they will travel over 'publican senators has been appointed found which they will be of eliminat- caster, Kyv any of the above remeOne 50c Bottle of in the first place Notice. res Aiasit ing these gentry irom the sphere of a splendidly graded road Bed, not ex- - to conduct the investigation.. dies can be obtained from me at any All policy holders, in Garrard County, action for a year or two then these celled in the state, over which the right time either by calling on me or by R. E. Col, Joseph Garrard, a Kentuckiaii streams, which .were made ideal by in the continental insurance Lo, will Makes 12 Gallons of Hedlclae. is already assured, traversing a Tnail. all reports of loss and. other Every pcmJtry raiser should keep a bottle ot please send territory that is as yet traversed by no commanding at FortMyer Va., has nature, will again teem with game fish & Son. McRoberts tbi medfclae oa haad Ask lex free booklet as JACK J. PURSLEY, business direct to me. other steam or electric railroad, a ter- - been severely reprimanded by the and the true disciples of old Sir Izaak PMeasea ot Fowl." " SEND FOB I BOOKLITl Sole Proprietor W.S. Fish, Agent refusing to approve the Walton can again. rise up and call him ritnrv unsurpassed for the fertility of President for -R. Mount,& Oof Stanford Ky. run. m iancaster, 'Ky. iU soil by any .locality in the state, in- - papers of a soldiers asking to take the blessed." ,AV-V- con-nepti- Bry-antsvi- lle The Democratic voters of Garrard is the happiest, purest and most healCounty are hereby notified that a Prithy to live. The farmers as a general mary Election will be held by order of rule are regular in their habits, they i the Democratic County Committee in have a certain time to eat and sleep ntiwcnnnnn trt h faOlllttAna nrinntnM " " and it is natural to think that they are . by the said Committee and under the mA nn iroi" iiirni ji CIU14 mrra Vinolflitr tVian PinmQMT - WJ J V,j 1U"faC1 TCInAirtn loxir 11 flirt f11ttTirr fa J ' any other class. They are independ-- . and know that everything comes manneJ . ent , . I from the earth. Large and small cit-- L each every voting precinct on the tillers of the hueld ies throughout Garrard county Kentucky, soil for their food and raiment. hours of six o'clock A. M. These "sons of toil" are mostly hon- between the and 4 o'clock P. M., standard time on est, and mostly upright and make the Saturday July 1, 1911, under and purmost sincere christians. They may suant to the primary election law of not dress in the latest style or fashion, of Kentucky, and under but they are "diamonds in the rough." the State to the regulations adopted and pursuant by Bobby Burns says he may be clad in the Democratic Couuty Committee as homespun clothes, but he is a man for jherein set out, for the purpose of nomi all that. When they donate for a charitable purpose, they do not only give nating a Democratic Candidate fory with their hands, but their hearts are representative for Garrard County in the General Assembly of Kenincluded in cause. When they tucky, to be voted for at the General converse their words come from their lips altogeth- State Election to be held in November and There The Farm Ltfe. (By Will Q. McKlnney.) is no doubt but the farm NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC ELECTION. PRIMARY V3)i GREAT DAIN MOWER. fl life r " ,w T g, i i TP) ,, SanE-- . -- UHKafMUPOHMlRWT I I .,'. '- jBl xsssarfKJ v Ken-tnck- the-goo- d Walter A. Wood Binders and Mowers. J. R. MOUNT, SON- C& CO. Ummmu)MwlmMM -- Olen Lily Flour, d .. 1-- m Garrard Milling Go, Lancaster Colored Fair AUGUST 11th and 12th, 1911. 'j The Medicine HENS Sets. Roosters 4 to 4cts. Ducks 7cts, ! -- Eggs, 8cts. Turkeys 7 to 8cts. Coal from 0 to 3cts yard. more del. BETSY'S POINTERS B. B. DEPOT STREET. J re-est- at .1 Jf Paper Cham. Don't Repaper this season. Have your A 0t..-l...v...J- Paper Cleaned. J. J. Faulkner. I KILLS LICE ... Pro-tem- D. f9HR0P Son ONE con-rout- es A, Bourbon Poultry Cure -- of-w- ay J - r FI i J. 7 ' "" '' t ' v.ei Vi i. u ;- - t ' - " ' "" ' IJ " ' ' "' II r r A and Drawers at Week Of June Specials CASH VALUES IN Ladies' Nice Embroidery Trimmed Corset Covers, Remnants of Matting worth 25 and 30cts per yard at 1 OCIS. 19cts each. Ladies & Children's Oxfords Ranging from A Few Wash Suits Left at $2.98. A New Shipment of Wide Embroidery Flouncings in attractive Patterns at 98ctS. Bands to Match. Fashionable Foulard Silks, Quality at 79cts. for $1.00 98cts.to $2.93. Ladies' Colored Silk Hose; 50c Quality, going 39ctS. The Don't Start To without all the lumber you need right 011 the job. Wait ing for more stuff is a most expensive proceeding for you. Your best plan is to bring in your plans and have us figure on how much lumber you need. Joseph ?iifSJv'lR . Mercantile maids of honor at her wedding 11 years ago. The repast was served in courses and the home was made attractive by choice cut flowers and potted plants. The popular hostess added new laurels to her usual charm and gracious man- Company. r ""' - W "" BUILD Gossip About People NNN A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. Paint Lick Ky., Mr. McKinney is a Southern writer, and is contemplating writing a book some day in the near future. ner. Mr. A. K. Walker was in Louisville for a business stay Tuesday. Gus Dunn and Loui.Tinder were visHorace Walker of Washington D. C. itors in Stanford Wednesday. is at home for a visit. Miss Agnes Miles has returned from Miss Mary Taylor of Kirksville is a visit to friends in Harrodsburg. visiting Miss Georgia Sanford. Miss Marie Ballard left Thursday Master Earl Jennings is at home for a visit to relatives in Richmond. from a visit in upper Garrard. Miss Agnes Miles is at home after stay with friends in Harrodsburg. Gulley is in Louisville a visiting her friend Mrs. Fred Neigh Miss Bessie Well tell you right, advising you to bug neither too much or too little, bors. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg V v Mi Go. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. .r We. Sell Ice AT THE I Creamery - Henderson. Misses Emma and Bessie Layton of McCreary are with their sister Mrs. D. C. Sanders. Mrs. Jack Adams has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs. Jack Adams of Mt Vernon. Miss Goodie Ridd of Crab Orchard Mrs. E. C. Barnard of Washington was visiting in Lancaster Saturday. D. C. is with her mother Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. caster hospital the result of a surgiMrs. J. D. Gulley is in Lexington Wedvisiting her daughter Mrs. Ike Dunn. Little Miss Mildred Beazley is re- cal operation performed on him nesday. He is doing nicely. cuperating after two weeks illness of Ehner Mahan of state College Lexing- tonsilitis. ton is at home for his summer vacation. A Dreadful Wound Mr. William Goins took his little Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is is Danville daughter to Louisville this week for from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail, for a stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. an operation. fireworks, oc of any other nature, dePrice. prompt treatment with Bncklen's " Mrs. Wm Sebastin has sufficiently mands L. A. Nevius of Stanford was with recovered from her recent operation to Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest, surest Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nevius for several be taken home. healer for all such wounds as also for days stay. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden and Burns, Boils, Sores, Skin Eruptions, Misses. Mollie Brooks and Clara Col little sons have returned from, a weeks Eczema, Chapped Hands, Corns or lier, of Crab Orchard were visitors in stay in Louisville. Piles. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price were the Miss Minnie Jennings spent Satur- guests last week of Dr. and Mrs. A. day and Sunday with her cousin Ernest S. Price of Stanford. Government Man Here. 1-- m At His Fingers' Ends. "Oh, father! See the funny man!" I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. "Yes, child; Is he not funny?' "Indeed, he Is not. And why does he wave his hands and make strange Allen D. Henry, accompanied by his motions?" Prices are being cut away down low little niece and nephew, Miss Anna "He is a deaf mute, my child." on buggies and harness. W. J. Romans. Mae and Robert Smith returned to "IIow interesting! But why does he Birmingham Sunday. snap his fingers?" Now is the time to buy a buggie and "9e doubtless is cracking a joke." A picnic was given on the banks of a set of harness cheap. W. J. Romans. Toledo Blade. Dix River Monday by relatives to Mrs. Percy Noland and children of Seattle Notice My business will be closed on Washington. The rain came up and Sunday, so do your trading on Saturthe convivial gathering repaired to day night. Captain T. A. Elkins woods. A most J. N. Ross. appetising luncheon was served and For Sale Bay mare and filly colt, enjoyed to the utmost. mare 10 years old, colt four weeks old. Mr. Luther Guthrie, of John Francis. It John Arnold Sick. Beaufort, N. C. spent money Lancaster, Ky. freely in employing doctors to John Arnold the assistant baker at Buggies and Harness are going cheap cure his wife from continual the Kengarlan is confined at the Lanfor a few days. W. J. Romans, 2t headache. - J ii ,, He writes: ."One bottle of Cardul did my wife more good than anything she has taken for ten years past. She had suffered with headache for ten years and I had spent $300.00 for doctors' bills for her, but nothing did her any good. 5--19 Automobile Tires. Fine new independent make tires and tubes at most reasonable prices. 2Sx3-$11.330x3-$12.S5, 0, 0, 5, 0, 28x3J-14.0- 0 30x3-$16.0- 32x3 31x4-$21.50, 34x4-$25.90, $17.20, 34x3J-$17.7- 5, 32x4-$22.7- 35x4-$20,6- 0, 0, 33x4-$23.5- 36x4-$27.5- 34x4J-$30.2- 0, 36x4J-$31.6- 0, 36x5-$35.1-0. Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford was Mr. H. 0. Moore an inspector rep- She has taken two bottles of Cardui and it has done her two thousand dollars ($2,000) worth of good. Just as long shall have Cardul in my home." For all forms of female pain, like headache, side ache, I percent lower than standard list prices. Terms C. O. D. if 20 percent of amount accompanied order. 10 percent allowed if cash accompanies order. Money refunded if goods are not satisfactory. The Gey-e- r Sales Co., Bimm Bldg., Dayton, Tubes about SO Ohio. Bank Stock For Sale. AT Miss Mary Taylor is at home after a visit to Rev. and Mrs. Robert Brown i2c Per Pound But we run No Ice Wagon. I S m of Barborsville. W. K. Shugars Jr. has been visiting his grandfather Judge William Shugars. Mrs. William Hays of Stanford has been the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley. Misses. Jennie Hendrickson and Annie Hall of Junction Citv are euests of Miss Sarah Read. Misses Lettie and Linda Jennings are visiting their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Henderson. Alice Lusk and son Samuel of Huston-vill- e were with Mrs. Emma K auffman and daughter Sunday. Misses Mary and Gertrude Noel of Danville are with their sister Mrs. James Burnam Woods. H H. V. BASTIN. 8 the recent guest of her parents Mr. resenting the U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry has been here the last few days with Col. A. D. Leavell, assistMrs. E. T. Minor of Louisville is In visiting Mr. John Johnson and family ing the inspection of Garrard county sheep. After visiting several flocks and Mr. J. S. Johnson Jr. and finding no infection he concluded Elder .F..M. Tinder and son Frank, that Mr. Leavell's work has been so were in Springfield for the Blue Grass effectually done that it would be useGraded School Tournament. less for him to remain longer. Mr. Moore expressed the opinion that if Miss Nina Reed of California is the present rigid measures would be guest of Misses Margaret and Anna the kept up, scabies, would be completely Kay Jenkins of Brvanisville. stamped out in this state. Mrs. B. D. Herndon and little son, Ansel of Richmond are guests of Mr. Eager For Double Duty. and Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson. A manufacturer iu the west of England, anxious that his hands should Mrs. Earnest Bohon Campbell of keep Christmas in a proper spirit, told Stanford was with her mother Mrs. them that If they went to church on Joanna Ball during the street fair. that day they should receive their Mr. T. L. Broaddus' many friends wages just the same as if they had will be glad to know he is able now to been at work. Shortly after the adbe out after a continued spell of ill- dress a deputation of solemn faced employees waited upou their chief. ness. "We're willin' to attend church." said G. T. Beazley of Stanfqrd was the the spokesman, "and If ye can see yer guest during the Street Fair of his way to payln' lis overtime we're willin' cousin Misses Mildred and Virginia to attend the Methodist chapel In the evenln'." Beazley. and Mrs. William Hughes. as it is made, pain in limbs, dizzy feelings, dragging down -- sensations, etc Cardui has been found to be an effectual remedy. Don't Five Shares in the Paint Lick Bank. This stock pays 12 per cent dividends each year and puts aside nearly this much to surplus fund each year. The bank has already a large surplus and I am willing to sell for book value. I need the money and am offering a bargain. 4t wait till you are "all run down." Try Cardui at once. Sold everywhere. W. E. Sullivan, DeLand, Fla. E4 TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other ! remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and "RHEUMATISM for GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. years, was cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, James I. Hamilton & Others Plaintiff regular size bottles only 25c at Commissioner' s Sale of Land term, 1910, the undersigned commissioner will on j MONDAY vs Speed Mason & Others Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered in the above styled cause at its November Stormes Drug Store. Oakdale Herd of JUNE 26, 1911 Mrs. Cyrus Eason of Bardsville and Convention Monday, June 12th. Mrs. E. C. McWhorter and children Mrs. Curry of Madora Indiania have of Paint Lick have been guests of Mr. been visiting friends and relatives in The democrats of Garrard county Lancaster. and Mrs. W. S. Carrier. will hold a convention at the Court Mrs. George M- - Patterson and daugh- House, Monday- - June 12th, to select Dr. W. E. Barton of Oak Park Illinois was the guest Monday and Tues- ter MissGrace Helen leave this week delegates to represent Garrard county for a months stay at the Crab Orchard at the convention in Louisville to seday of his sister Mrs. George M. lect a democratic nominee for Railroad Sanitorium. commissioner in this district We are Mr. and W.. W. Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ed C. Gaines gave a sumptus always opposed to conventions, believcourse dinner Saturday evening in hon- J. F. Cummins motered to Lancaster ing that the primary is the only proper or of Mr. and Mrs. Claude 0. Koyston last week and were guests of Mr. and way to select party nominee's, .and the Mrs. James A. Beazley. of. Chicago. calling of the convention was a great Misses Bernie Lear, Patsy Kinnaird mistake when we were to have a priMrsdames E. B. Smith and George Boargard, of Richmond, visited their and Pattie Anderson, and Mr. Charley mary on July 1st It is rumored that Biddings covered over twenty years ago are as good as new sisters Misses Emma and Lucy Walker Dunn were all in attendance at the this convention was lobyied through, the w saw ir Tournament held in Springfield. LSI UVl AdllU- lUWU1UVI committee by a certain faction of dem Doty last weeks. MvrW4 AWf'UM tiUl " tome Inexpensive, ror hirther detailed information apply to ocrats in the district, and that they Dr. Samuel Rose of the Medical ColThe Mary Walker Price Chapter of at" this time the peoLocal Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, the U. ,D. C. will meet Monday after lege of Philadelphia is at home to had in mind that ple would be very busy. The duties of noon June 12th at 3 o'clock at the home spend the vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose of. Bryants-vill- the Railroad Commission are very of Mrs. John Mount U.V to the people of the state, The ladies of Hill Court gave a picnic therefore the man nominated at LouisMrs. James Anderson of Chicago ville should be a good oqe and one that Monday complimentary to Mr. and Mrs Claude Royston and little daughter, but formerly of this place is now in would be on the lookout for the best Harrodsburg visiting her mother Mrs. interests of the people. You should, Alice, visitors here from Chicago. OF LANCASTER. Helen. VanArsdall but is expected to attend the convention at the court The fallowing dainty invitation was visit Lancaster relatives later on. house on the above date and send good received by Lancaster friends. "The Mr. Alex Denny and daughter Mrs. men to Louisville, men that would seCommencement exercises of the Preparatory Department of Marshall Col- Mattie Duncan of this place Miss lect a man that is in every sense of the A. R. DENNY, President. lege was held Thursday morning June Pauline Hocker of Stanford leave the word capable and has the best interest J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't 8th in Huntington West Virginia one of twelth of June for a delightful outing of the State and people at heart S. C. DENNY, Cashier. the graduates being Miss Anna "Fran- in different parts of California. r. J. F. ROBINSON, Ass't Cashier. R, T. Embry, Bowmar's Sumner Tours. cis Geiger formerly of this city daughMrs. Mattie P. Frisbie of this city ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Geiger and was in the list of a number of invited a niece of Mesdames Hudson and Rig-ne- y guests at a handsome "reception" Personally conducted; low inclusive Yelhigh-claaccomodations. and Mr T. B. Walker of this place. given in Danville by Mrs. Robert Ev- cost; and West, starting Monlowstone Park WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie gave a mar- ans at her beautiful and artistic home. day, July 3; Niagra Falls, Toronto, etc, riage anniversary 6 o'clock dinner on W ill G. McKinney of Montgomery Tuesday,- - Aug. 1; Atlantic City, New Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. , Tuesday. The honor guest was Mrs. Ala., formerly from Stanford, Ky., York, etc, Aug. 17. Write Bowman's ' Percy Noland. Slormes, S. C. Denny, J.4L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. , of Seattle., "Wnah .. WW..., KK.W who is well known in the rail road cir- Tours, Versailles,, Ky.t for folders givia , I J having- been one of Mrs. Frisbie's cle is visiting relatives at Fairview and ing full details. -- EiLiJS? A 111 A e. THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. Surplus 25,000. this date being County Court day between the hours of twelve o'clock noon and two p. m., sell at public outcry in front of the Court House door in Lan- Royal blood and splendid individuality. caster, Kentucky, to the highest and Fall boars and gilts for sale. best bidder the following real property this property is located in Gar- J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. rard County Kentucky; (2-undivided interest of a tract of land containing about 300 acres and described as follows: On the Crab OrchM&& iS$&: ard and Cartersville road and about one mile and a half from Dripping Springs. The interest herein ordered sold is the 7 undivided interest in the following described land, bounded on the west by the lands of Buford Mason, on the south by the lands of Jesse Fox and Eb Bently and on the north by the lands of William Knuckles and on the east by the Perkins land and containing about 300 acres. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy a debt of one hundred and fifty dollars with, interest thereon at six per cent per annum, from June 30th, 1909 (subject to a payment of one hundred and fifty dollars January 23, 1911) until paid; debt and interest amounting to fourteen dollars and twenty seven cents, (14.27) to date of sale June 26th, 1911 and costs approximating $99.75 of court proceedings for whjch judgment has been rendered in the above styled case. The land will be sold as a whole or such part as will satisfy the above judgto-w- it, two-sevent- Registered Durocs h, 7) -- 2-- Red Top ment Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. ss 4 - Court JuneS, 1911. six months time with interest at six per cent per annum from date of sale until paid. Said purchaser will be required to give bond with approved "security, lien being retained on said land to secure said payment, said bondf to have the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if same is not paid when due. J. A. AM0N, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit - TERMS. This sale will be made on a credit of Asphalt Granite Roofing JVV V. Is the Best and Cheapest Satis " factory Hoofing made today. THERE IS HO TAR IN IT. ASK YOUR DEALER A R. H. Tomlinson Atty for Plaintiff. Haselden Bros. $ -- Vi- - -- rC - - -.- - y'.j' t M ff " ' '. , LIIMHIL1 III , -- .. . '' f "',, t Till II! ' II II I ?S3L37- - LANCA STER BIGGER. AND BETTER THAN EVER! FARMER'S COLUMN. 00$0000OC ooooooo 0 GREAT Agriculture gives the in crease in acreage of the cotton crop for the United States over thatof last year as 1,58G,000 acres and the condition of the growing crop as 80.8 per cent oyer S0.2per cent at the same time last year. WILL BE HELD AT LANCASTER, KY., ON July 26th, 27th, 28th, 1911 MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS TO COME AND BRING THE FAMILY. Messrs. Hudson, Davis & Cogar dur- i rfpace below this hcnditiK id for the exclusive use of onr farmer subscribers, mid is for the sale of. stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot nfTord to advertise. No notice will he accepted over four lines, and will be only in .vo issues of the Record, free of charge For Sale Two good milk cows. W. R. Gott. Attend the Great Lancaster Fair July ness. For Sale A good buggy and harAlex West. Frank Bowman recently purchased a nice bunch of shoats from Mark Goins at Gi cts. Robinson & Toomey, Harrodsburg, Ky., recently purchased 21,000 pounds of wool at 21 cents. Messrs. Bean and Fox sold a pair of very fine mules to Mr. John Buster, of The management of the Elmendorf the Faulconer section, for $450. DanStock Farm of Lexington purchased on ville Advocate. Decoration day at the Cooper sale in Kentucky Choice will be taken to Cooperstown Pa. fifteen head of high Springfield and Columbus, Ohio, where grade registered Jersey milk stock. ll he will be entered in the great shows Lady Viola, pronounced by Prof. of the Kantucky Experimental Stanext week. He will be returned un- tion to be the finest Jersey cow in mediately. Sco-vece ing the past few weeks have purchased 500 acres of growing hemp from various Boyle county farmers. The amount purchased represents almost the total acreage of the county. The hemp is suffering a great deal as a reOne thoroughbred Hampshire boar sult of the extremely dry weather and left, that I will sell right. it is predicted that the crop will be S. H. Aldridge, cut materially short, especially that Hyattsvillc, Ky. Phone 339 U. grown on the poorer land. The above firm is hackling last year's crop ai.d The sale of the herd of Duroc Jersey preparing to have their warerooms cows belonging to Messrs. R. J. H. vacant so that they can store wheat. Spurr and H. D. Martin, Jr. , was held Danville Advocate. Tuesday afternoon at the fair grounds At Haggin's sale of shorthorn catin Lexington and was one of the most successful held for a long time. Thirtv- - tle at Elmendorf Farm last Thursday, d animals sold five head were sold at an average price Forty-tw- o a total of $11,720, or an average of for of $75.71, the top price being $220. $270. The best price of the day was heifer, Lady . The report of the Commissioner of paid for the Margaret, knocked down to George Agriculture for the month of May says that unless we have rain in the near Sears, of McHenry, 111., for $725. The future crops of all kinds will fall from next best price was $650 for the best bull, Music Master, an imGO to 75 per cent below that of last year; his report on the fruit crop for ported son of Bandmaster, one of the the state is also discouraging, giving best bulls in England, and E. S. 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B. sends a rich, tingling flood of warm rich pure blood direct to the paralized nerves, bor.es and joints, giving warmth and strength just where it is needed, and in this way making a perfect lasting cure of Rheumatism in all its forms. B. B. B. has made thousands of cures of rheumatism after all other medicines, liniments and doctors have failed to help or cure. Druggists or by express, $1.00 per large bottle, with directions for home cure, Sample sent free by writing Blood Balm Co. , Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble and free medical advice given. Sold bv F. P. Frisbie. Although an M. D., I acknowledge to my patients and patrons that your remedy,' D. D. D., reached cases of Eczema and permanently cures them. Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, Caldwell, Kan. Olllice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. "My cure began from the first ap- -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky. Pncaon of D. D. D. My skin is now as smootn as a naby s. 1 wouldn't taKe a thousand dollars for what D. D. D. has done for me," writes August Santo, of Chillicothe, Ohio. These are just samples of letters we are receiving evr ilay from grateful patients all ovc r - county. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician "Worth it? .',:;t in gold," "All my U.Glares fitted. Satisfaction L Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon I 44&eoooeoooooo6o6 and Dentist. r O4OOe4OOOOOCC44OOOO00OO s 60000000000 EXPERIENCE Is the best teacher, so come and the best SHAVE to be had at get . HENRY DUNCAN'S Bauhku Shop ox Richmond Stueet. We make a specialty of Honing Razors. ,: "I found : away by D. D. D.," cant relief," "D. D. D. Guaranteed. is little short of miraculous." These rare the words of others in describing the great skin remedy, D. D. D. Proven by thousands of cures, for ten years to be absolutely harmless and reliable in every case of skin trouble, no matter what it is. Get a trial bottle Instant re- lief only 25c. At all druggist. to-da- v! - Jersey Bull Henry M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. Simpson B8427 Season 191 1. J. W. H. SWEENEY. J. TINMY, PHONE R29-- H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. MAliKSISUHY. A Charming Woman. Dentist. County Surveyor, J. is one who is lovely in face, form, mind and temper. But its hard for a woman to be charming without health. A weak, sickly woman will .be nervous and irritable. Constipation and kidney poisons show in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. was among the number, for But Electric Bitters always prove a The reporting board of Department of which $7,000. was paid. godsend to women who want health, beauty and friends. They regulate Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood; give strong nerves, bright B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. 4 eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety skin, lovely complexion and perfect ORGANIZED 1S83. health. Try them. 50c at R. E. & Son. Mc-Robe- rts k e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. 1-- m m J CAPITAL, $50,000. W. O. Rignev, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Goldfish. Goldfish weretirst discovered in na, whence they were carried to rope in the seventeenth century. ChiEu- I W. F. CHAMP, Cashier.. Ass't Cash'r. Helping His Friend. "An Irish cab driver camo into the Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T: Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. BMHBBHHHHHHHHBH A Check on The depot the other night," said the ticket agent, "and asked me. how soon the next train came in. I told him, and he said thank you and went away. In about five minutes he came back with the same question. " I told you not more than five minutes ago,' I said. "'I know it,' he answered cheerfully. 'But it's not me that .wants to know the time. It's" a friend of mine outside' that has to watch his horses an' can't come in an ask yez him- self.'" Cleveland IMaln Dealer. Garrard Bank Trust Co., -- & Not on Earth. A life insurance agent met an easy looking individual the other day, and is a check on your payments. .When it comes back to you it is an receipt for your money. Payment by check is a check on spending, to. You think after a few preliminary remarks about the weather out came the well known little black book. "Let me see," remarked the agent, turning the leaves of the book. "Your age is so and so, and I can fix you up with the real thing at oO cents a week. The policy becomes operative immediately, and one day after your death our company will pay you Sl.OOO. It is" "Hold on just a minute," smilingly interjected the victim. "Where in the deuce is the paymaster of your comPhiladelphia pany located?" twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. HamiaV Green Seal 'The you-expe- ct .one-thi- rd Made-to-We- ar Paint" two-third- If to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the quality of the paint to be used. In any given job of painting, labor represents practically material s, the cost It stands to reason hat with so much expense in labor, of the paint is all important. is sought? the enduring quality Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job i IB CM IH m I How is one to determine the true value and obtain, paint that maybe depended upon for durability? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. This paint has the printed formula on every package. The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public the composition of the paint. ISThlSOFANYVALULTOYOU?. IT OUGHT TO BE. ' - FOR SALE BY I 11m 1 -Z : CONN BROTHERS. r-- Charlie Aldridge has a case of measles. Mrs. Lucy Huffman is ill the effect of an operation. Born to the wife of Mr. Joe Pollard a nine pound boy. BUENA VISTA Mark Goins sold to Frank Bourne a Miss Mattie Sherrow is visiting near bunch of hogs for 6Jc. Offiice over Logan's store. Lawrenceburg. Miss Reid, of California, is the pleasOffice Phone 6. Residence Phone 75. Mrs. A. Voris of Burgin is the guest ant guest of Miss Kay Jenkins. of Mrs. John Johnson. Herod Raines, of the standing army, Mrs. Grubbs of Shelbyville is visit- of New York, is visiting Mr. Jonah ing Mrs. Elizabeth Ison. Marsee. Miss Alice Scott is in Lexington visThe Ladies' Working Society will iting relatives and friends. meet with Mrs. Susanna Hogg next Mrs. Mamie Lane is ill at her grand- Thnrsday. daughters Mrs. Jesse Rogers. Bob Swope sold to Mr. Walker, of Bromide . EnlargeLancaster, 100 bbls. of corn f? $3.00 Kodak finishing. Mr. Ed Ballard wife and daughter of ments. Studio at Telephone Office. Stanford are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. per barrel. J. Poor. $20.00 clear money was realized at Nettie Ison accompanied her step the strawbery supper at Pleasant mother Mrs. Rosa Ison to Jessamine Grove church last Wednesday evening. The Misses White, of Indianapolis, last week. Miss Mary Stotts of Nicholasville Mr. William and Miss Fad Wood, of of all kinds and of the will arrive this week to visit her sister Lancaster, have been visiting Mss. Jim Green. Mrs. Ed Eason. Miss Margaret Arnold will be gone Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed Walter Denny and family from near for several days stay to visit friends Burgin spent Sunday with Mr. and A representative of our Company and relatives in Nicholasville, LexingMrs. John Johnson. will be at the Kengarlan Hotel in LanMiss Florence Christopher has been" ton and Richmond. caster, every county court day. Forest Oldham, three years old, died to the primary department of Membranous Croup at the home of HARRIS & WHEELER, of the Burgin Graded school. Quarterly meeting will be held at his parents, of Louisville. Forest was NICHOLASVILLE, KENTUCKY. Brown's Chapel the third Saturday and the nephew of Mrs. Logan Burk. A few days ago Mrs." Mote Robinson Sunday Rev. Stratton is expected to entertained in honor of the following be present to preside. Either Dr. Cheek, Synodical Supt. or guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gaines and Proffessor Atchison of Danville will little son, of Lancaster,Mr. and Mrs. fill the pulpit at the Presbyterian ClaudelRoyston, of Chicago. Mr. Jonah Marsee had a valuable church next Sunday morning. mule to die last week. He also had a Miss Margaret Christopher who formerly lived, near here but who for very sick horse which he feared he the last few years has lived at South would loose but after treatment by a improving! Elkhorn was married in Lexington veterinary is slowly Mr. N. P. Cobb who is one of the iast Thursday evening to Mr. Anderson of North Carolina. They left im- neatest farmers of this vicinity and mediately for Washington D. C. thence who raises stock on a small scale has a to North Carolina, they will reside in sow with 10 pigs, 4 of which are striped Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. like a Zebra, the stripes in color are Lexingtonmode and black. & Soils. Miss Susan A Dunn closed a term of PERFECT CONFIDENCE about 2J months school in the Bryants-vill- e Lexington, Kentucky. Lancaster People Have Good Reason for section last Friday evening, with a play "The Deacons Second Wife" Complete Reliance. Miss Dunn will leave here but has not decided where her future work will be. Do you know how The failure to get the rural route To find quick relief from backache; The undersigned hereby give warnTo correct distressing urinary ills; through here has been repeated three ing to all persons not to transpass upon times. We hope this will satisfy the To assist sick kidneys? our lands for any purpose whatever as There's one way your neighbors parties who are interested in the de- we will prosecute all offenders to fulstruction of our post office and let us lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and rest in peace for the future. used Doan's Kidney Pills; Fishermen especially take notice UICII virvju... 111 1.......J 11UVC iUUVCU Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra tests. Wins Fight For Life. Ed & N B Price W S Ferguson Here's Lancaster testimony. W A Price ' EF It was a long and bloody battle for W S Herring George Wright, Stanford St, LanS L Rich Embry caster, Ky., says: "I have never life that was waged by James B. Newark, N. J., of which he Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin of known of a better kidney remedy than J "W Sweeney blood from Dave Thompson Doan's Kidney Pills. Last fall my writes: "I had lost much T Rice Jas Sutton very weak Z back ached a great deal and my kid- lung, hemorrhages, and was and rundown. For eight months I Jwas Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels neys were badly disordered, the kidney H C Arnold seemed close D B Anderson secretions being scanty and painful in unable to work. Death H C Hamilton, W G Anderson, passage. .1 fortunately had Doan's on my heels, when I began three weeks G Y Conn New Discovery. L H Brown Kidney Pills brought to my attention ago, to use Dr. King's . J G Conn helped me greatljv It is T W Conn and getting a box at . Frisbie's Drug But it has Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. all that you claim." For weak, J G Clark Store, I began their use. They reliev- doing Dr. W Burnett coughs, stubborn Mrs Maggie Boulden ed me promptly and in return for the sore lungs, obstinate W K Leavell colds, hoarsness, la grippe; asthma, C G Gay benefit I received, I am willing that my John Boian lung trouble E Dunn name should be used in recommending hay fever or any throat or its Bupreme. 50c & 1.00. Trial bottle E G Hamm.ock';; Mrs. Mackie McGrath. them. My advice to all sufferers from to give Doan's Kid- - free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts Booth. Thompson R. ET Thompsan . Paint Lick, Kentucky Office over F. G. Hurt's furuitnn; store. Lancaster, 400 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Kentucky. OOO OOOOOOOOO 0OO DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. urn riowers of QUALITY. 000000000 Clinton 8. Bastin, Photographer. LWare McRoberts. I toooooooooo3 HenryLCasey.D.v.s. VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Idlnmld. United State- Army - Office at Logan's Stable.' Telephone a! and ri. DAXVILLK. KY Monuments Dr. BEST MATERIAL. J. B. Kinnairti, Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street. Residence Phone 9. OHlce Phone 89 Call and see us for a good ed Hair Cut and Clean Shave. The Only Two White Barhers la Towi. Fruit and Shade Trees See the tali sign, North side or Public Square. . Strawberry Plants, Asparagus, Blacker- ries. Raspberries, Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. M HOUSE. and COUNTY J. E. Robinson, LAWYER ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all State Courts and XJ. S. District Court. Phone 194. Office over Police Court. - RF.Hillenmeyer POSTED Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and ATen's Garments. Phone 340 Public 'Square. Second hand clothes sold on commissions h. Ml. Faulkner, jVIgr. Drug Store, Office.Hours Office over S tonnes' 8xm to 12. lp.m. to 4. Mer-sho- n, 13. U1. "Wajlter. Lancaster, Ky. DENTIST. Phone 65. I have just opened up a new, clean Barber Shop " on Lexington street next to the post"" office and will be glad to have, my friends, to call and see me. Cleantj Tools, Sharp Razors, Close AttMtkgr' kidney trouble is jney Pills a trial." &.SoriV ' - v v . .::-l-- m J.' W.wpBon''-- ' j&$qfrJb. JU.n IM4M u in oy $ . CS. -- , " w . A ' r. . "AJ- - - - i .t- - c:r . -- o- , jv. 5:, .. x w -- sr- - . s, , ""-- ? T 3. "